Morgan Park Military Academy - Skirmisher Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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.J 01 67he SKIPMISIIER Copyrighted by S.RainsWallaceJn Editor-Q1-Mid CarltonllHutchins,Jn CBusinessf4laf1ff1:r H929 KIHMISIIHK JUNIDR icmss 213-ifl'-5ziE??i5bf'f?2?f?11U5E?r5i55t:3f35i-216245225241222212919iriGrf:'iE'iivH12':?Ri-f:2:1v:?:.'?1sierf?-6221I-31'-PP9fff:sf-:Faviii:ff-Eff'Ffaafa11s115?:6-'wsF:f6vff!f1f.-S-:fFr:ffi 'r-f"v- ' 2:1-'-,,-3?-pV-!'1'4I--Q-2r-.'--51117-:g:.L1':.:,:1-If-H21-'E21111-1-::,-.:J:g'l-Ai1vg:!p'!y,--g:7g-:'.:'.4::::-::g:.'::-lzi:':Z1gf-.- F4- DIEDICATION To Major Edward Bouma who by a rare combination of professional ability and per- sonal charm has done much to make this year one of happy memories, and Whom We all count as a friend, We the class of 1930 affectionately dedicate this Skirmisher. E ln, ..,, --.,. . ....,A.w:'.m.,L.L5.:...,... 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I l ., , u ? 5 g.1.3s,1eeff .5' A .,' 5 4 Q . .. .lL ' - J . 7 il 'if W f ' ' .2,,1 QQ 1 f' ' 4 E2 ..,. zz-1.-J,-:..:., . '-':.11:.'g:31:':121-"':::-5 '-:3:E'J3:I-?f: fr:-'.-:Z '111131zfifrr-If.-azz?1-:fir:-.gr--iz'-1::-1-'r::: -z-.:1gf.'-grzf . -.1 g - '-3::':.-gg. -5.31 1.51. .-...g-g:... -.3 . - ' 111.-3:4 2 -If-'.-.1:Z'-in ,, -:1:- r- : . N, :g:2:- : - ' 5 FOREWORD In this, the 1929 volume of the Skirmisher, the staff has endeavored to give a true pic- ture of the happy year spent at Morgan Park. If this book recalls one more pleasant memory of the school year 1928-1929, We will deem the labour Worth While. CONTENTS Book I Academy - 17 Book II Classes - 29 Book III Sports 57 Book IV Military - 87 Book V Activities - 95 Book VI Events - 101 Book VII Lower School 107 Book VIII Features 119 ax 'K ,u- .-:-:::' ":i.:EE:. 'm3E,f?Q1z. , . . ' 'k'Qjiif:.,x. '- g.. 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See how the snow clings to the vines! IfVe'oe had one of the hardest winters for year5.7' 1 1 . c lp H V- f -,I .J fl ff j,Qfi??1i' Y' tai gh' EF s r of g"!J'S,'-, li 1 'V .N . 4. -Q --1, --,QI 54,31 ,-.1!f,,,x A "iff:-T2i':w-va g- -1- eg, ff ff'1fU 'Q fi? IV f U , L , V, in sg jf' I 'RBS' ' 1 vs. 4 A. Es' jak PEA fkylfg rff ,Qu J, I Y 4 5 A, s, ' :S A , K1 4 -H- , . , - A- .wa- 'V ,1-..,mM-mm-mmf, -.WMF L ' ,.s:"'2' MW ,iff ,X -Z.. imkf 4' Ti 21,22 kwf g' :.1 V I , , - . I. 1 ' 9 . , V, . 'r 1 1 . " ROM the oldest to the newest. This is Hansen Hall, where we live. Big, isn't it? The hrstfloor is all taken up with elass- rooins and ojiees--some change after traditional Blake Hall. You should see it lighted up at night. It looks like a gigantic glow-worm. " WV- . A 4 69' 'rp ,A v , :J 41" 'Q ' ' ERE is the most beautiful building 011 the campus. Alumm' LMEWZOTZ-dl Half, the gzifz of the alumni. Therf if a woudeqfuf club room in it, but it has an even more importautfunctiou. You g'll6'.V.Vl'ClI 11, llzf1'f'5 where we gf! tha' fruzzlv Qf our !6lZ10'lH'.V.,, fl. ' 51" b . " ' .W X 5 - . ' , I - , 5-Q , 1 IS " J ,Y A' f .4 :X -I' mil :aight 1 Jhhgfiz 931 ' Q ' . AV,A . lr, Qi - H OW you can see it more fl ole closely, the fellotw are tg , ,if ,iijg 'f fmt going down to laboratory. M. xy 2 - 4.5 o,o. .. Sometimes they light those lamps to V g H -- v--, on the side. Why? I guess they do it to guide 145 to the food." W , Bur " ACK again to Hansen Hall. You'll notice that the same type of architecture is used in the two buildings. That's the bugler-lie's just about to blow assembly. Come on 'You ainbt seen nothin, yetb. H Af Ax ' gs ' i V3 ,I -fr N. ,, ,, "ff 4 " Q4 Sifil - , AP 5 mm l1ff4nA.S,e..XfQ2 fwliq uw . t-ti! M! " ales ffws, ff Ii Q fJ'5'f., ..-limi N-. swift: ,X ,123 5 . wfnx. Yunnan: 9 4 grim: ' ' ERE'S the old gymnasium. The scene of many an exciting game. Of course we won most of them! If we had time fel show you our keen basketball floor, but we'll have to hurry on. Snow all over the campus, it sure is a hard winter. " 71 ,, 7.3 , ' ' HERE,S the other barracks. The bench in front of it is sacred to the seniors, the rest of us don't dare sit on it. Idon't blame you for liking the new building better than this one, but you should see it when the ivy is out." ' ' HIS is the oldest object on the campus. It came from an old Spanish fort and dates way back to the time of the invasion. N0 one seems to know just exactly how it got here. Well, that jinishes your tour of the campus. Nice, isn't it." A ?s A 5 .-29 .,V . 45" ?'f'?Eg'27i hwy: p A ,.,.s' ff- 'V " wx., -52 ? ' , T HI E AGAID IE MI Y , ' V -.f 5.- " .1 -4-f.:--.. ':....-J'-J-'.L".-J--1'izLzEG15ffiE5i?:'55'i"fi'?!2 ' '- . ,- ,V .' 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N A ,I H, .pz::5,w ' ,4'SgfEtf-gy 5 A ,A . ,A v ,,nm :. l.- ,Ig I i- 3905, - og, A-glxga fairy, F1 i 2 4,3 :N Hit ,J -1 I -. 1 I K . . N -, - I - g -u 195' be . "1 f 'M-' fa ,' 'H gg., 3, ' f' ,ag 'mi 1 1 A , hi -ff N- , t J I ,4 ' IL' ' Q 5, 'gas' , .. 'Saw' ' E W f -1 ,I , I . 0. ...rl ,...-I-I, Cy ,ctr . W by -- 4 Q ,Lai N' i . L . . 'I :gs I "::fj- "gk, .' J . :1 -v -fiasitfss. .' :I--.: . saw-r:,. ' w 2. R f I 4 ' IX IX IX ..-4-.- 1... .. '9.n5J'195'-a-"S.'l- fs'-lx. A , A .f I THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICERS ENOCH J. PRICE . . . President ARCHIBALD G. SHAVER Firrt Vice-Prerident J. DWIGHT DICKERSON . Second Vice-Prerident ALFRED E. RUSHTON . .... Treasurer COLONEL HARRY D. ABELLS . . Superintendent and Secretary MEMBERS OF THE BOARD E. R. ALDERSON . President ofthe Great Northern Manufacturing Co. J. DWIGHT DICKERSON . Of the Law Firm of Cutting, Moore and Sidley ELLSWORTH L. DARE ...,... Real Ertate HARRY B. GEAR . Afyiftant to Vice-Prefident, Commonwealth Ediron Co. J. W. GREENMAN ........ Real Extate TMARTIN C. HANSEN Vice-Prefident of fohnfon Seed Co. ENOCH J. PRICE . . . . Attorney-at-Law ALFRED E. RUSHTON .... Prerident of Wayte Laundry Co. WILLIAM SCHULZE . Prefident of Calumet Truft and Saving: Bank ARCHIBALD G. SHAVER ...... Electrical Engineer GAIR TOURTELLOT . . Wextern Manager of Tubular Rivet and Stud Co. NIELVILLE B. VVYELLS .,.. Profeffor of Armour Inftitute lXfIAJOR FREDERICK L. VVYILDE ...... Quartermafter REV. PHILLIP YARROW . . Secretary of Illinoi: Vigilance Affociation COL. HARRY D. ABELLS . Superintendent Morgan Park Military Academy HE ACADElNlY Board Of trustees which was established in IQI4, is a body Of far-seeing men who have dedicated a great part Of their time to the welfare Of lylorgan Park and its cadets. Through their untiring efforts the school has advanced tO the position she holds today. Morgan Park Owes them a debt which they are rapidly increasing. A number Of the members have sons who either attend the Academy now Or are alumni-this shows the great interest the trustees have in the schOOl and its work. They are directly responsible for the new Hansen Hall which is named after a deceased member. 1 I , 4 X .. I I I I I N 4 J X f ' 1 , i l l i .LQ 18 Icy 1 1 ! I "1ff::3fffPilifffilf'i'ii212E77?:1.fV.if'ff-Tf'l.51fif27'.11iE'11535322L2-1' "?.'fq?'f"' -'P f52Z':'-"1 "f':- L'.13311:iii:'.'f''::P??':!I-'-1--'111--1.-,-:.:.e:1r. gfg:...1:..-we-,,,I,,-g...-g-.I.,p..- .. .- , , .. ff.- : .-1-,g .. ::,-:rg-. -.,., .. ,:,,: .- : :-gg,.z.g,nj-5351 : aixggug: '.:.-rg:-,ggggggqgi-iq-,-:,153:-gi.-h-,p5,3:13-43,21353513,-,'g555:.j5:g:g3.1,33.53-,J5,311-..gLz:f-,1--I-53 ,A g a fl ily-V! HIL :.:s!:F:sr-fseaef 'rf ::4+Iga1.:.. -s 5- :I-I -iz' F iff: : . 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BLAKE, '21 Secretary XYILLIAM IQ. BLACK, '28 Trmrzmfr HIS YICAR, one of the biggest hits of the Minstrel Show was a skit given by members of the Alumni Association. This is a good example of the personal interest and enthusiasm which is displayed by the alumni in all cadet activities. There is no athletic or forensic contest held at which some alumnus is not present. As a group the alumni are influential in the progress of the school. Undoubt- edly, they were the medium not only for the new Alumni Building which stands as a mute testimonial to their undying loyalty but they also started the idea which led to the erection of Hansen Hall. As each class graduates the organization gains in loyalty and with the addition of the present graduating class, the school may proudly speak of an alumni associ- ation which is seco11d to none in devotion. . 2 ll 1: 1 1 ur -a 1 , 1 I ' 19 Q ' l l A I A A l l l l 'EL f ' " . -, f:f1'E'ff':?:-1'-Y-I'Z".:El:-93122 gi!-2.4: 5::.-.ic- -,1-31-aw:af:i::1:+E?'f'ffa1:.:.- V- ':2?2':4:-1:2:i51::f ::fr:f2?::rf- 1:51211 if'-21-"lf1Kgi?fff-53231733415ffi-:J:5ll11121ZA--EEG:iiiiiiiiiiiwfef4:325!1f::Z?f:7I5i3i!1'7i'!-'iii ' 1 -"Lf xr.-z.1-1'.1-..jj.,-!,-...g'::Z,.-21111:-,i::T::,L-:.-,Q-535::g::::::33'.-,-.- ,-2-2111?-1,-,fiizgz.4-1:5--.:g.'-111-,-213215-,-,-Q-7:::::!fZI1-.1-:q.:'.1,115:3g::::::,-15.agzg-ag.:'4,...:::,,ggggvg::.x-.154-3-.-.1-gg.-,-.-3.3.',3-55.ig., . 'V ' " ' '-Pb' "- , 3 .3 -1 . ,--. ., .--g---, .1-,.-:vm - .. '., -- . .-. 1.2 ,...,.. . 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Superintendent g Chemistry RS., l7zz1'rwr.vity QfC111'fz1gn, INQ7,' Crnduzm' ffurfrllf, INQ7-QcV.' .1'rar1'wn1y ,1.v.f'z'.vta2zr in IlIH'ULllH'ffll'y yrar af rllnrgau Paris .lllllll-fllfj' .Jl'HIlJl'l7Zj', 1olQSf1001,' Illffrurlor in Pl1y.fz'r.f and filIz'HI1A.Vfl'j', 1902: l,7'IiIlL'I-Pdf .1'r'aclrn1y, 1007-IQIQJ S11prr1'11ffr1zfi'11I, IQIQ-. HILN, during the winter months, Colonel Abells was held inside for a time due to sick- ness, his absence was keenly felt by the corps. His steadying influence and inspiring presence is cher- ished by every cadet in the Academy and he has been a big factor in the growth of the school. A man who is fair, who can be strict without unneces- sary harshness, and who can be a real teacher and still a good friend is a blessing to any school-such a man is Colonel Abells. 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J., IA'6'4-INcVj.' .fl.B., RI'l4lI7?IfIlIli Culfrgf. fa.: Grazfzaarf flzulrzlf. Ur1z'iv'r,f14fy gf Clzirago, 13114-1J'gtV.' Fwllncc' in Sfmlifliti l.1u1g1mg1',r and Llifr'I'6ll1Aft', 1'111'a'., 15049: .1.v,mf'z'afr in llfxlrnry, .llnrgzin Park .lllflffary .'lr'adz'n1y, ISQQ-lQUj,' Ir1.flrzu'for. flfzif., 11107-19105 Dmn, IQ16-IQIQJ .1.f.f1'.ffant Szzprrifzlwzzlvrzl, IQIQ-. HHN grades get low and lessons become a terrible job, Colonel Jones is the man to whOm the cadet lOOks for encouragement and ad- vice. This advice he is always glad tO give and he is not above administering a few reprimands when he thinks they are needed. There is nothing that will straighten a cadet up more effectively than a wOrd from this man. Col. Jones, courses are among the most interesting in the curriculum and they sacrifice none Of their effectiveness in obtaining the interest. ory COL. JONES 'lll' ,lllgri I 23 i i f u .0 ot i t Q i " -71 ,. 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A, .. ,- . , A i ii' iq "' W ' 'iid' ' K . . 3 ' i ' 3 "1 ' "bf ff MAJOR Wrum Muon BOUMA CAPTAIN MAYHEW lX'IAjOR FREDERIC WILDE Quartermaster Rm! Effalr, Clzimgo, ISQQJ Board of TT11,ffFK.f, Morgan Park .llilimry Jradfmy, 19149: Quartfrrna.ft1'r, fllorgan Park fllilitary Academy, IQIS-. Probably the one around the campus who receives the least credit for the work that he does is hlajor VVilde, who, in his capacity of handling the finances of the school, does not come into as close a contact with the boys as do the other ofiicers. However, in recalling all of the improvements made during the last two years they realize that it is to him that they are indebted. NIA-IOR EDWARD BOUMA Commandant J.B., l"111'iu'rf1'fy of Jlirlzigarz, 1919: Srroml Lif'ZlfE'7'I!171f, Fzrfd Jrtillfry: ,llorgan Park ,llilimry .-lradfrliy, 1919-. lX'lajor Bouma certainly must have believed that variety is the spice of life, when he took up his position as commandant. Besides taking care of the regular duties of that dignitary, he coaches track and lightweight football, advises the senior class, and sets the pace for the selling of tickets to our annual lvlinstrel Show. The cadets know that in Xlajor Bouma they have a friend worth having. CAPTAIN HERMAN RTAYHEW Principal Lower School PffZ'dIf Narnia! School. 1898-1A'99,' Soulfzfrn Illirzoif Normal Ur1ii'1'r.fily, IQI4- IQI6,' Trafhrr Lozorr School, Morgan Park illilitary .-lradrmy, IQISAIQIQ, Prin- cipal, Lower School, 1919-. Those cadets who come into the Upper School from the Lower School have kind remembrances of Captain lNIayhew who always remembers his boys and always has a cheery word for them after they have left the Lower School. Those who didn't attend the Lower School know him for the excellent entertainments which he secures for the school. H , 4 , A A l n i W 0 as--43:--.--:-:-::-:-e:-A .--.2-.1-11,1--....,. . ..- .- -2 ..'.'T12"-. '51-..--JI."-1.. ' .. - .'rff-.-. - f- -'f--2411:-1':I!:-:th'2-:r!f-:--1--:ru--.:.-131' -1:..i:: :::.-::.,1?..-g::-5.,1-::.- 4:5-:4..:1..g33e.5:,-4: -.:::!JiJ+2?.:-.ffm1:2:55-1'i-2236:5-2313221-321-1'fR':iF1::2.ia:fE,.,...'ff'-H11:alff::53.'21?1231?-1-izgbgzgi::E:1g:1'5:.rizizngp,-.w12:::5::J511:Jw-::f::q5:92?:5:,:-21:2:45.1f:::A:11:E2:7:.1::--.rxvm-:-Var-:sa-3:2-11-fic.-:ar s...-v rlsbiorn .U YM- 'QA 3, r- few. ...Anus .FN e f ff CAPTAIN FRANCIS GRAY, LL.B. University of Nlichigan Mathematics Captain Gray is one ofthe old timers about the campus. lle follows the activities of tlIe Alumni with a loyalty which they hardly suspect on graduating and his interest in seeing the school bettered both scholastically and ath- letically is as great. CAPTAIN FLOYD FLEMING, A.B. University of Indiana Director of Athletic: .Xs an athletic coach Captain Fleming is looked up to with respect not only from those of our own corps but also from others who have come in contact witlI him and his unusually successful teams. "As George would say, "l'lIat's hnc'." CAPTAIN IRVIN HIRSCHY, A.B. Lake Forest College Phyfzcf Besides teaching physics Captain Hirschy coaches tlIe orchestra and band. Xlusical work has become so popular under him that this year he was forced to organize two orchestras. lXlR. HUGH G. PRICE, B.S. Denison University Mathematicf, Mechanical Drawing The organization of tlIe Guardians, a group which has done much for the school, was due to the efforts of Xlr. Price who is always on the lookout for various means of bettering the school. Besides teaching algebra aIId draw- ing he keeps scholastic records and is also advisor for this publication. CAPTAIN lhlERRILL DAKIN, Ph.B. University of Chicago Engliih Captain Dakin besides being head of the English depart- ment and being in charge of the school library has been chosen as advisor of the junior Class. l-le is capable in all of his positions and performs his duties well. CAPTAIN Rov S. KICINTOSH, AB., KLA. LIIIIVCFSIIY of Colorado Latrrt Pounding Latin into the heads of both bright and dull students is the job of Captain Xlclntosh who makes his courses very interesting by many imitations of old Roman weapons, siege towers, and so forth. lf he should chose to give up teaching we don't know whether he would make a better Roman soldier or a carpenter, I I A 0 A X I D A ""'.'.::,'1-E1:f-22- -. . .. 1' u I -' - '.-5"f'- 91 -fi'-ttf -: Istfwfxr. 112 72"-I :er-. --Q-an . .- ,. f' U' Mavis L fr s-.N ec s 2' -, 'z':-'J--'-1'5-'ia-Z- f i" 172:--.. - --.. -. --. - ..f:::. . .-. ..-.,--.-:.-f.--.. -s 1- , -3:-., .1.. ... ,.. .- ..1L. ...::.:,.5'...:,gm..ggg..g..g-.... ,,5g..:...-gm.,..g,-g...,.1:-...-..: -H 1. 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'U ' :Ly .5-'ifrii-'ifwq' '-:ffl -. ...P -.- --.."""i2'5g::3gii:g,j5j"2.: ' 5 gy -Q-7 1 -4 "1-: I CAPTAIN JOSEPH A. PAUL, A.B. Ottowa University French, Spamfh Captain Paul takes great delight in cornering members of the corps from foreign speaking countries and in holding conversations with them in their own language. His linguistic ability is greatly admired. CAPTAIN JOHN DEGRANDPRE, B.S. Coe College Engluh, Economzc: To Captain DeGrandpre goes the credit of organizing and holding the interest of a bantaniweight football team. His interest in the younger and smaller cadets has made him many friends among the corps. He is an important factor in the military line and devotes Inuch of his time to that subject. CAPTAIN KENNETH PRINGLE, A.B. University of Illinois English, Latin Captain Pringle together with teaching English and Latin docs a successful job of coaching the orators, de- clamators, and debators. The time spent with these groups and the handling of pep-meetings indicate to some extent the spirit with which he enters into school activities. CAPTAIN GEORGE NIAHON, B.S. Ohio Wesleyan University Englwh Mathematicf Captain Mahon says little but does a lot. He assisted Coach Fleming by putting out one of the strongest lines we've had for several years, and also produced a lightweight basketball team of his own which was the best that has ever been seen at the Academy. CAPTAIN ALBERT G. Donn, B.S. Missouri State Teachers College Phyriology, Phyfzography. Chemirtry On his Joining with the upper school faculty, Captain Dodd organized a Chess Club which has now become an established organization. He is no mean player himself and many is the member who has fallen before his superior knowledge of the game. CAPTAIN JOHN N. PAYNE, A.B., B.M. University of Wfichita Commercial Besides instructing future bookkeepers and accountants Captain Payne has taken upon himself the coaching of a Glee Club which was organized by him last year and which has made much progress since. He also leads the corps in chapel singing. K AO 26 ol L l I '.-'X-fn" r'::- "' Fm' -T' 'sims '.:- .. ' f ' .,- - - - - ---P - 1 .,. .,- f -.....,-- .. .. 1w.E4fwESi,1.13' EE? ff!-Zi? easy ' Q Y ""' " " 'Jw QP., dbg, LF'-Pfvfxsf' 1"- 1-o"A..'bx -3 -sm.. ,--f n.i .,. ..,,-,,-..... . .e,-31 -. . - . :- .4-... 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Proffuor of Military Science and Tarticf With the advent of Captain Driggers the school has taken a great leap ahead in the military line. 'l'he anima- tion which he succeeds in instilling iIIto the corps should place us oII the l10I10l' list this year. CAPTAIN GEORGE HITTLE, B.S. Knox College Engluh, Latin .-Xlthough he didn't arrive at tlIe opening of school, Captain llittle when he did arrive sooII entered into the spirit ofthe school and before long was seen on the gridiron assisting Major Houma with his second and third string lights. His stories of Knox College are always interesting. CAPTAIN lXIAURICE E. STAPLEY Iowa State Teachers College Englzrh On arriving at the mid-semester Captain Stapley quickly made many friends HIYIOHQI the corps. His lfnglish classes are unusually successful due to tlIe argument and discus- sion which he allows and encourages on any question which arises. Many a young debate has arisen in his class. SERGEANT LYLE NOLPXN, D.E.lN'I.L., U.S.A. Affiftant to P. M. S. and T. The Sergeant has had all important part in the military development of the school and has witnessed a steady improvement during the past ten years. No one is striving , any harder than he is to place hl. P, NI. IX. on the honor roll. LOWER SCHOOL CAPTAIN STEPHEN KLING Wooster College Fifth Grade Captain Kling is an old timer iII the Lower School. Besides teaching the fifth grade he instructs the school in penmanship and coaches the boxing squad. He is well liked by all the cadets and has many friends iII the Upper School. I """" Y 1.1.1. . , . ,r .- - V w h 1 1 1 27 Q. . 1 i Q A-ifili'ti'f3?fif.5'5555-fii"15?i1?f1fQ2E'.E?fI?ff573ilif'7fi':':'i :',i?'?33 -QQQFEEQEYE' .Lf..1j527-? 1-3.5 ff-51651 f' "'. 5 QQ? 3155.2 .E1.5553zeif?S T "ei-E13-5-'f2f'5.'-Q.:i'- 'iifflil t-iii' r.i'51'-.V :IS-T' .ii fiif' DL... . . :L , : law, nh 'AA ' - 1. f:- - :dz-'lr-Q E ,I . . - . A - , T ,, K... - , ., , 'lk .. 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Cornell College Eighth Grade I The best tactical officer that the Lower School has ever had is Captain Bridgford, who, iII handling the nIilitary affairs of that body has placed it in tlIe highest military standing that it has yet had, CAPTAIN VVILSON University of Illinois Eighth Grade Captain Wilson's ability both on the diamond and in the classroom places hinI high in the estimation of tlIe cadets. He coaches baseball and bantamweight football. CAPTAIN HAROLD ELLIOT VVisconsin State Normal Seventh Grade hdost of the instructors of the Lower School not only teach in the classroom but coach some form of recreation or aIIother. Captain lilliot is an example. This year he pI1t out an undefeated lightweight football team. CAPTAIN DONALD CLEMMER Cornell College Seventh Grade lt would seem that Captain Clemmer has bCCO111C greatly attached to the school. llc graduated from here but a few years ago aIId is now back teaching the seventh grade. This year he coached a heavyweight football team of which tlIe Lower School caII well be proud. CAPTAIN JAMES HALSEY VVabash College Sixth Grade SiIIce tlIe arrival of Captain Halsey a new and greater interest lIas arisen. As Scoutmastcr of 'l'roop 632 lIe has revived an organization that had almost disappeared from the list of Lower School activities. CIXPTAIN BERNARD Mitfieal Director The organization of a Lower School Band and also a Choir was the task of Captain Bernard. la . . I f I ' o 8 - I 'I I I I . I A 2 I A I l I A . r f i l e ? 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Third lr'uz1'-QUALKINBVSH, CONKLIN, Sr'HULTz, EISELT, FORBES, BERGSTROM, RIVHARDSON, GJKUSELIN, SHIMMIN, NORTH. Fourth Ruiz--JOHANNES, BERN, SCANLON, PAYNE, GAREN, SCHULZE, STADELMAN, GRANT, CL.kHKE, ITLAUS. THE CLASS OF 1929 OFFICERS GEORGE E. SCHNUR . . . . President RALPH LEATZOW . Vice-Preyideiit VERNON B. CREDEDIO . . Secretary THOMAS KEATING . . Trearurer PETER Nl. BEINERAUSKAS . . Szrgeant-at-Arms MAJOR EDWARD BOUMA .... Faculty Adifixor NOTHER Senior class has come and gone, leaving behind the memory of work Well done. Never before has hflorgan Park produced so versatile and fine a class. Like lylidas fabled touch, everything they turn their hand to, turns to gold. As Juniors, they put a majority of men on the football team, turned out an All-American yearbook, and performed achievements in the numerous activities of the school. Under the guidance of President George E. Schnur, they have done even more as Seniors. The majority of the campus leaders, proudly claim the distinction of being a member of the class of IQ29. As an achievement heretofore unrivalled, they set the standard for scholarship in the school, regardless of the hard courses Which, by necessity, they must take. The majority of the class members plan to attend college, and it is expected that they will be heard from in all parts of the country as being true and stalwart alumni of hflorgan Park lN'lilitary Academy. l I ,' ' S' ' X 3 2 l i LQ! o A ' T W T .. ?' W F i m. " , . f . - 1 S . T i fffffxaw -5'-ff-If-::-11:2L11L:1.:2Q1'.-M".--1: -5117!-: tg-,gg-1 .Z- L 33:9-:,'.'.-:Q-111.2 -.1-,--1':-.2.13:.-14? g:.Igf,gq1L?:pgJ ii.::g:,-:g.3gj.1.gz'i.-,-..p.-. - -11-.:,.'-1117 .g-, -g:..:g. :g--.f' -3-J.-.-:. -..-:..g..- -A-A----g -,:.',f,i..ff 35 T575 i . L, .6 . rf ,Mu ,dl nl x ' 'N 1-3" H' 'Na ,c ,,'.. ' t .., -412' , 1, A -.".' .. -:""'. 1,5 df' .5 Xa x L, V ., L' Y, 4 1,1 1 34. .fa s . vu' 1 f 11 J- .11 'I " 4 v l,x A. i' fl bln il Q' vs. tr. M.. "tb 4- "..,.-J...-+L. I 1 PETER JOSEPH BEINARAUSKAS-"PETE" Born june 29, 1911, in Chicago. Entered Ill. P. Ill. fi. in 1925 from Saint Georger Catholic High School. Honor rating 145, Diftinguixhed rating 145,' Sergeant-at-.lrnzr of Senior Clan 145.' Private Co. B 115, Corporal Co. A 125, Sergeant Co. C 135, Lieutenant Co. C 1455 Upper Ten 12, 3, 45,' Lightweight Football 115, Heavyweight Football 12, 3, 45,' Track 13, 45,' Boxing 1455 Wreftling 145. Pete has proven his Worth both on the gridiron and in the class room and has been a most loyal member of the corps. This together with his natural friend- liness has made him many pals among the cadets. PAUL LEONARD BERGSTROM-HPAULH Born May 30, 1911, in Chicago. Entered M. P. Ill. fl. in 1925 from the Oglefby Public School. Proficient rating 145.' Private Co. B 115, A 125, Sergeant, Band 135, Lieutenant, Band 145: Upper Ten 13, 45,' Orcheftra 12, 3, 45, Band 11, 2, 3, 45: Bantamweight Football 115, Heavyweight Football 12, 3, 45.- Track 12, 3, 45,' Wrextling 145. Paul was one of the best line plungers we have ever had. Although not very big he proved to be of great value to the team. His other activities consist in the band and in the orchestra, both of which he did very well. LESTER CARL BERN'uLES,, Born fune 7, 1911, in Chicago. Entered ill. P. JU. A. in 1925 from the Oglefby Public School. Projicient rating 145: Private Co. B 11, 25, Corporal, Band 135, Firft Sergeant, Band 145.' Upper Ten 13, 45,' Orchertra 12, 3, 45, Band 12, 3, 45,' Lightweight Bafleetball 125: Track 13, 45,' Company Basketball 135, Company Bareball 145, Company Volleyball 145. During the past three years Bern has made a name for himself in the orchestra. We only hope that life proves to be as harmonious for him after graduation as it has been at M. P. M. 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Although he sometimes gets into a slump it isn't often that he allows many hits and his opponents have come to respect his ability. JOHN RICHARD BURNsf"John,' Born fanuary 3, IQII, in Columbuf, Ohio. Entfrfd lil. P. lil. fl. in 1928-f7'0711 Colurnbui 1-lfazlrnzy. P70'IlflF71l rating Pritfatt' Co. R Trade CID: Ffnring Burns has been with us for only one year but in that time he has made a repu- tation for himself as one of the best fencers in school. He has also made many friends all of whom join in Wishing him much success. GUILLERMO CABRERA1HSPIC,7 Born Notienzbrr 29, IQIO, in San xlngel, ll'lf.x1'to. Enterfd lil. P. ill. fl. Lowfr Sfllool in 1920 from Thr' Englifh School for Boyf, Mfxim. Honor rating C455 Guardian C455 Lowrr School, Fiw yfarfq Prtziatr Co. B CID, Co. rl Czl, Sergtant Co. B Cjj, Staff C415 Upper Ten CI, 4j,- Sleirmifhrr C3J, Atademy Ntwr CI, 2, 3, 415 Chem Club C315 Light- wfight Football CID, Heavyweight Football C2, 3, 435 Lightweight Ea.fkftlJall CI, 2J, Ilfavywfiglzt Bafleetlzall CYP, Captain C4li Tfflfl? CI, 2, 3, 45- Cabrera entered the Lower School way back in IQZO and ever since then has been distinguishing himself in most every department that holds a place on the list of school activities. It Wonlt seem like old times with Spic gone. . l . . . . . . , ' i . 40 34 QA 1 - l 1 ' .Lil 1? "Q f' 'S--'?-iliv tiftv'-3373"-3:1 155434 ' V725'ii-434542:-knewFc.-?:flri:lv:liiS2i:':frM.f'Q Viiffvll55-95:93f?'A?kf-.51-f3f.'3E?lif-ffffrif-1315572-21134114:-1cf-xi-P "'1'F"l'T ji'-r , ,'g:f.1 gg :2i',,fff.gF: ig, . .. ff'-saga' L: .3 :ff-QLfQ'Nls1f-'fQQ3i:iyCj: fig:-:ggi-Lai 57.7 3: 51. jg 51 fi 3 :g4.vg,5w 4:1355 31:5 ,Shag-fp .ck 55 : .sgzg:fi'qT-:2::3'2-".::gCgBsa2:5:K?E-32? xr-'-f:g75.' g.-,.::-.5-2"-L '..-1 : '..., '.., ,. 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Although too small to actively participate in any of the major sports he had enough spirit to get out and work for the team and we all like him the better for it. ROBERT THEODORE CONKLIN-"OsCAR', Born September 24, 1910, in Chicago. Entered lll. P. lll. rl. in 1927 from Hyde Parle Iligh School. Private Co. fl C1, 25, Corporal Co. el C255 Bugler C255 Debate CI, 25: Lightweight Football CI, 25: Light- weight Bafleetball CI5,' Track C1, 25. During the two years that Bob has been with us he has made many friends. VVhen he and Scotty get together there is certainly something doing and nobody ever knows what to expect from these two enterprising lads. VERNON JOHN CREDED1o-H PETEU Horn july 24, 1911, in Chicago. Entered lll. P. lll. xl. Lower School in 1921 from the john lllarfhall Public School. Ilonor rating Cuardian C3, 45: Prefident funior Clan C355 Secretary Senior Clary Lower School, four year.v,' Private Co. B CI5, Corporal Co. B C25, Firft Sergeant Co. A C35, Captain Co. fl C455 Upper Ten CI, 2, 3, 455 Sleirmifher C355 Academy News CI, 2, 3, 45: Claxsical Club C255 Bantamweight Football C15, Lightweight Football C2, 35, Captain C45,' Lightweight Batleetball C2, 3, 45: Bafeball CI, 2, 3, 45: Company Barleetball CI5, ' Crededio has captained both the lightweight football team and A company and has been successful in each position. During his long stay at the Academy he has made many friends and won many honors. It is with regret that we see him leave. 30 N '6 q U of, F' 1- s- . A -:- " . : . . . -v2- :::' ,r-1: ..- '.:.--.. .-- - J' ""d-5' -V inFQYFHGZ:-Midi:3.11Mk?-a:5a1522:::2r:'.eT'?221?IE1f?1i3'f?-iii-'51E::?':Sai:::i11'i'1':?5.z1:51:::i1-hi-:fi-T132"1-Iifi-...ftzarcfsiff:1L.2i'::f-EQEII''A-.1-"-.-315.::3:?:3::fw:IA1'2-PEI "' lv 27:55 1:1 if-J ,.-..5-Q.. ' ' ' ' -- T'-135'---.L 'fe we u. g , - 4 '- 7,-1 N, fr.:-'L ar f, , -S!-h .r'5f'ta. f-V ,-:1 . gf,-. .ffl ,eo ll THE SKIRMISHER 1 ff-H: wa: .w H. '- -gf: ,., - . .- - . 1. . . .. . Y 1 ,-rfb: -:i .:1I'1g1 .. A Ai'tf'Af1e7Q1'lff"A5is'Aise' A A 1 THEODORE EISELT-"TED" Born November 6, 1911, in Baltimore, Md. Entered M. P. Ill. A. in 1926 from Hammond High Sehool. Honor rating Private Co. A CI, 25, Sergeant Co. B C35, Bugler CI, 25,' Upper Ten CI, 25: Light- weight Football C1, 2, 355 Company Bareball C255 Company Volleyball CI, 25,' Soceer C155 Tennif Manager C35- Ted has made himself famous on Major Boumas' "Fighting Lightsv where for the past two years he has played a successful game in the line. We are sorry to see him leave, for in another year he would have proven valuable to Coach Fleming. FERDINAND ANTON FISCHERiuFERDIE,, Born Auguft 7, 1911, in Chicago. Entered M. P. M. A. in 1928from lllorton High Sehool. Proficient rating C255 Prioate Co. A C1, 25, Corporal Co. A C25, Bugler C1, 25: Upper Ten C255 Bantam- Zveiggttblvootball C15, Lightweight Football lllanager C255 Bantamweight Bafketball C15, Lightweight Barker'- all 2 . Ferdie as most every cadet knows hails from Cicero and is proud of it. He claims that after graduation he is going to become a hatblocker and expects to make a profitable living in his home town. We are not sure just what kind of a hat blocker he intends to be. However, we hope for the best. WILLIAM P. FORBES-UBILLH Born November 23, 1911. in Chieago. Entered M. P. Ill. A. Lower Selzool in 1922 front Univerrily of Chicago Elementary School. Proficient rating C455 Lower School, four yearx: Private Co. B C1, 25, Corporal Co. B C25, Sergeant Co. A C25, Co. B C35, Sergeant lllajor C45, Band C155 Upper Ten C1, 2, 3, 455 Academy Newf C1, 2, 455 Cheri Club C3, 455 Bantamweight Football C1, 25, Lightweight Football C3, 455 Lightweight Bafleet- ball C355 Track C1, 2, 3, 455 Boxing C45.' Wrextling C455 Co. Basketball C45. Bill stays with a thing until it is accomplished. He worked three years on Major Boumas, Lightweight Football Squad before playing in a game and it took almost as long for him to become acquainted with every femme in the village. Persistence such as this should make a name for him some day. to 36 1 1 lx- JA l i M ra ' ... " - f - ,.- 4- f- -t ' -' -N' 'MLM -,.1'- ' - , .1 t'1"--- 'I'-J: Z." . " '--:-w-:- 1...-e-.1--"' I--' ' - .uw 11: -2- 1 4- :.-:--'1."'--::-:::2:t-'-"-- ul" r:::--1.--:-:-e '1-5-1-. -La'-:'.'.':-1:-':r--:..-1-:-:-- ..H-.::.-::...g...-,.-,.,1-,:.-,,-.. . ...:... g:.-:-.:-. , .... ...-wt.. 491,15-....,aLt.'i'ai':y.f-,:-mi-.1-,wat.1'as::-.mt-1-,:::'-f:i:elif-1mbnzna-2:-1:u:?:mi:::s:s'ez 2--:sv-in-:-Q-1'1es3T'ff:.s:-.agree:1afss:e:a:g::mi1:11a-so::4:a::b::s:3::!si1:e:- C' 5' X ' u P si, 5' Win, 5,-52.552 .Asahi 'i5":.5-ij , , ZtLifi"."' ' 5242 - " ibm? fill' In "Di 1 fi Q su I '2 zz -s,Z1', : Z? Q55 -'12 .M n-3. 'i p ,fa I-rr J. ..'1DL'l 55f'?E:Tf'f5 ." 4"-C-'Ti' hi-':'3'1 P-na' J. 4? bg fwgzav ,':'liE5f" 5 ww. .. 'qw l RUB1-: SANFORD FRODIN, JR.-"RUBEN Born july IO, IQI2, in Chicago. Entered M. P. lil. J. in IQ25 from Bryn Mawr Sfhool. llonor raling C4D, Di.rtirzgui.rhrd rating C4D,' Guardian C3D,- Conduct Mrdal CID: Private Co. If CID, Corporal Co. B C2D, Sfrgeanl Co. B C2, 3D, Color Sergfant Lirul. Quartrrrnaflrr Uppfr Tan CI, 2, 3, 4D.' Skirnzixlier CI, 2D, Editor C3D,' flcadrmy Nrwf CI, 2, 3D, Co-fdilor C4D,' Dfbalr CI, 2, 3. 4D.' Cla.f.viral Club Chem Club C3D.- Eantarnwfighl Football CID, Lightwfiglzl Foolball C2, 3, 4D.' Trarle CI, 2, 3, 4D: Co. Eafkrtball CI, 2D. Rube is and always has been the class journalist. Last year hewas editor of the Skirmisher. He put out the best year book that had ever been published at the Academy up to that time. He is also a debator and has successfully helped to uphold the school in that line. ROBERT TRUE GAREN-H Bonn Born .lpril 10, IQII, in Chicago. Enffrfd Ill. P. Ill. xl. in IQ27ff07Il Calurnrt High Srliool. Profirirnt rating C4D.' Prioatr Co. I-I CID, Co. C C2D, Corporal Co. C Ilfarywright Foollzall C3D,- Ilfazfywfighz Baxkfzball CI, 2D,' Hairball CI, 2, 3D,' Boxing C3D. Bob is the last of a line of l'Garens', who have distinguished themselves at M. P. M. A. in recent years. His own reputation is that of the lankiest cadet in the corps. However, that may be, he makes up in friendliness for anything which he might be lacking in build. With his graduation Nlorgan Park loses a true son. EDWIN ALBERT GAUSELIN-ic ED " S' I .liorn Frbruary 25, IQI2, in Chicago. Entfrrd Ill. P. Ill. J. in IO27ff0711 Sain! Rilax Caiholir High L 1' 100 . Pro-ririfnr raling C2D,' PT1.'Z'!lff' Co. B CI,2D. Corporal C2D,' Liglziwrighl FoorballCID, llrar'ywfigl1t Foolhall C2D,' Trafk CI, 2D.' Boxing C2D,' Company Basleflball CID: Company Bafrball CID Gauselin has made himself known during the past year by his fistic ability. He packs a mean wallop and woe be it to the unlucky person that places his chin in it,s way. CQ 37 C93 D A-,T A l 1 l -'-' h q.,.s':?-.a?Sf-awk uid'?f3fsq:- , . 1, . -J3r.az-'43i?S1t'5"E'f1l xr 'f'- .'..4 21'5:41a,.-Mg,-.:..' ,.Q.,g-.-.- .-Ing'-z-..::E1::::g. -.n-:EE--:.g1 f.:-rg .--.1:5':5r'.:fE:":If-z:I-11:-frm.:-'??Ii-.p1:,-.2::2ff-:nr-Egf1:.Eg:i1::f,-.5:'5.?:---4:-g:.-FV-.qii'4i,:!55g':.?:.:':.-ral.: 1, Q mc:',.':L5a,:'.:-,.:-14-,.55..15,53gmgqgagg4.y:.:.551Q.g:,5-:yg.:.::q:g1'E:-5p'L,az:4,-fggzrgq-L:.tu-J-w14.-r'::::.12-ala:-av::::.-::1::f---:.1::--If!v..vr---Q--:-'-..--.-.-10.-::.L" ui we- .J 4' .. ' gf:- Emgiff-lr.-... ,g - ,N ,DQ ,, ... , H., 7 i' Q G fi I 1 5. ,4531 .:fEE-, 455:-1 wif. A14 "' ' ' ' N xxx'-A11 -ef?-nf J.. .gt 22'-.. 5-- -:-:- .fn w-- .-:'-:gtg -ua:-1. .fr LZ:-1 -' " ' l V1.1-:se -:-.gf ,.4.--t ..'- . , .m::::,, W a,,t.,,L,-- . 1 . .:::::.f:::, ,.i?,t.,::. .a,:...z:.. dere..-.. , "' ' - to 1-'H-, --.wg - 6.. .Sf :-.g3-z1- "e4:Q--:r- 'rs-.f:.-- -15... . . . . , 'W ' 'J s, 5' t . - ' 'cts-.s t. ' ' ..A-. .. -.fs fr' -'J-,. .e " he ' o-"' 4 r 50 J-4 -.4-. 4- H-.-s..-" .-.Clif -,sa 1-f: ' -f"' 7 . ....,. .... . .A --'A MLA A is-V , .. AUREL EUGENE GOGLIN-icGOOSE,, Born july 23, 1911, in Chicago. Entered M. P. M. fl. Lower Sehool in 1024 from Portage Park Public School. Honor rating C45: Guardianf Sergeant-at-Armr, junior Clan C35: Lower School, one year: Private Co. A CI5, Corporal Co. B C25, Sergeant Co. B C35, Captain Co. B C45,' Upper Ten C3, 45: Chen Club, Prefident C3, 45: Lightweight Football CI5, Heavyweight Football C2, 3, 45: Lightweight Bayleetball CI5, Heavyweight Eafleetball C2, 3, 45: Bafeball C1, 2, 3, 45. Goglin's care this year has been the welfare of B. Co. which organization he has looked after as a father would his only child. His free time was devoted to athletics and he proved a credit in all that he participated in. RICHARD DALE HEBBJR.-4'D1cK" Q h liorn lllay 29, IQII, in Chicago. Entered lil. P. IV. A. Lower Sehool in 1924 from .-lrlingtorz Public . e oo . Honor rating C45: Debate llledal CI, 2, 3, 45: Lower Sehool, one year: Private Co. B C15, Corporal Co. B C25, Sergeant Band C35, Lieutenant-Adjutant C45: Rifle Team C3, 45: Band CI, 2, 35: Upper Tean CI, 2, 3, 45: Skirmirher C35: .fleademy Newt' CI, 2, 35, Co-Editor C45: Debate CI, 2, 3, 45: Clarrieal Club C25: GW C31 49- Dick was co-editor of this year's Academy News. This was not his only literary field however for he was also an important member of the Debate Squad. His fiery eloquence Che's red-headed5 helped to Win many a debate. RICHARD C. HODGES-i6HODGIE,, Born October 25, IQOO, in Telfonfha, lllieh. Entered lil. P. M. A. in IQ25ff07l1 Tekonxha High Selzool. Private Co. B CI, 25, Corporal Band C35, Sergeant Band C35, Lieutenant Band C45: Rifle Team C3, Captain 45: Orehextra C455 Band CI, 2, 3, 45: Lightweight Football CI, 25, lleavyweight Football C3, 45: Traele CI, 2, 3, 45: Company Barleetball C1, 2, 35: Company Volleyball C2, 35: Soreer C35. Hodges Was the mainstay on this year's rifle team. After distinguishing him- self at Fort Sheridan last summer and entering into the National lN'leet at Camp Perry he came back to be captain of the best rilie team that the school has had in recent years. li AQ as QA I :W . f .... :.,1 .31-.1 . : .,,, I Y rg.. . Q. f- M-in-, . J. ,- we 1 ., :Z azfreetw my-dean? fM"f':f'f it L Wt' wiv as e -we -5.5uf,LIrxg1..151,,..i'J'334555: :I "Q'lg,5:Q"':,Q - '-'g3,L.'.1-I -' eg " ' "f ,,g:,jLL.Q'LQ5,,z..' .o,.553't e "Qu '- '.-,,,,,,. 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A A A ' A A ' A --"'aQ5m'QHL'.ei?1eaaa3:.:.Qftta,::,.D-Sly lik. A' '- fx" EDWARD W. JOHANNES-H ED " Born july 22, IQII, in Chicago. Entered lll. P. lil. .-1. in 1927from Srlzur: High School. Probcirnt rating 145: Private Co. B 11, 25: Upper Ten 11, 25: Che.r.r Club 11, 25: Y. lll. C. nl. 125: Heavyweight Football 125: GoU 11, 25: Fencing 125: Company Bafeball 11, 25. Johannes is one of the few that went out for fencing, when it was given it's first try-out at M. P. M. A. this year. He devoted much of his time to that sport and will be remembered as one of hdorgan Parkls pioneers in that field. WA LTER MAX KLAUS-" WALLY " Born ,iugufl 21, 1911, in Chicago. Entered M. P. M. fl. in 1925 from Goudy Public Sclzool. Cuarzlianf 145: Private Co. el 115, Sergeant Co. A 125, Color Sergeant 135, Lieutenant Co. B 145: Rifle Team 12, 3, 45: Sleirmixher 135: Clee Club 13, 455 Bantamweight Football 115, Lightweight Football 125, Ileaoyweighi Football 13, 45: Track 11, 2, 3, 45: Wrextling 145: Company Baxleetball 11, 2, 35: Company Bafeball 11, 2, 35: Volleyball 11. 2, Soccer 12, 35. Wally not only played center on the football team this year but was also a center of attraction for the fair sex. His reputation on the grid-iron will cost him a diamond some day. THOMAS EDWARD KEeXTING'iiTEKE,, Born October 22, IQII, in Chicago. Entered ill. P. Ill. el. in 1925 from Oglefby Public School. Proficient rating 145: Treafurer Senior Clay: 145: Conduct Medal 1day ,vtudenl5 Private Co. B 115, Corporal Co. B 125, Co. C 135, Fir.rt Sergeant Co. C 145: Upper Ten 145: Skirmifher 135: .-lcademy Newt 145: Bantarnweiglzt Football 11, 25, Lightweight Football 135, Heavyweight Football 145: Bayeball 11, 2, 3, 45: Company Baxleetball 11, 2, 3, 45: Company Bafeball 11, 2, 3, 45: Volleyball 11, 2. 3, 45: Soccer 135. Teke just can't help being liked. He has many friends who are sorry to see him leave. However, since he only lives across the street from East Barracks We will expect to see him often and will be disappointed if We don't. - ' i il ' ' 1 39 . i ' ' ' ' ' ' 'Q' W I 1 J , . . 1 . -- f .' . ig- - -I .1 .- ,- .-g.. V A ..... , , 14- .. ,, . , - -gi ,. rv: -.G - - ,ggi-,".g.g., - .1 ,V ""i'.fi1:'I-rcxx,--Tris'-.if-cqarxrg-. Jia.. wa:.r3p.ea:w4-J-:fo.f,1-Jrcrsiwf-,ic1.. 1-,Q sg. ' - 4 .-.-' , " - -354' 'Z-"1. . " .-...' -, " "1 H 1:21 .4 f'5-to-f2BfJ-.91:er?f wsfefjheveg-t435,-gfifrfslssfgbl ,. ah F' . ., 01 u,,, , ., . , I 4 5, ,H ,.-4. ,. ,Q-. c .. -. -....-.,-.. 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Proficient rating K4D,' Guardian K3, 4D: Vice-Prexident Senior Clan K4D: Conduct Medal KDay StudentD K1D,' Private Co. B KID, Sergeant Co. B K2D, Co. C K3D, Lieutenant Co. C K4D,' Oreheftra K1, 2, 3D,' Academy Newt' Lightweight Football K1, 2D, Heavyweight Football K3, 4D,' Baxeball KI, 2, 3, 4D,' Wreftling K4D,' Company Bafketball K3, 4D: Company Bafeball K3D,' Volleyball Whether it's football, baseball, minstrel show or any other thing, Plebe is found to be right there putting his heart and soul into it, and when Plebe puts his heart and soul into a thing it is certain to be a success as far as his part is con- cerned. RALPH ERVILLE MACDUFF-"MAC" Born May 12, 1910, in Maywood, Ill. Entered M. P. M. A. in 1926from Morgan Park High Sehool. Proficient rating K3D,' Private Co. B KID, Corporal Co. B KID, Firft Sergeant Co. B K2D, Battalion Com- mander KjD,' Sleirmifher K2D,' Trarle KI, 2, 3D. Mac in three years worked himself up to the position of Battalion Commander which position he held down with a responsibility and determination which will doubtless be determining factors in the success of his later life. ROBERT HARPER NORTH-" BOB " Born November 8, 1910, in Battle Creek, Mieh. Entered M. P. llfl. A. in IQ26fT0m Battle Creek High Srhool. Honor rating K2D,' Private Co. A KID, Corporal Band K2D, Bugler K2D,' Oreheftra K2D,' Band K2D,' Upper Ten K1, 2D,' Academy Newf K2D,' Debate K1D,' Declamation K2D,' Glee Club K1, 2D: Cheerleader K2D,' Lightweight Football K1D,' Golf K2D. Bob left us at the close of his sophomore year and we certainly missed him. He came back for his senior year however and now has as many if not more friends than ever. e .ct ff i QD 40 Q l .ff ' sf A1 .,.c,-an-U 3.?5fiE5vHehf 9: 14g , ,,, 'f5'.Q.g5x,-5-as. -3-.r 7'-'-'1'-'-1Lf::'11L:f:::.1g:'.11'57'g11':13tfLiZi::11:71r:1C:gill:-2-1213?gf:::.gi'.1'-I-11744:-225257215125511513-::!-gf''12 -r-2:5-3-T.-21. r-:-A::.. -::::r- .:. -g:--:v-cctv1.-111-1:..1.,z:.:.::.-4:.f.' :..: . 1'-"i'-'-"'-5--P - -'- ---'f- -'lf M11 --'H-I I-1121-v---I-r-.2r:1:' 1-f:---:-1'-':-2-2:-12mfrfiausuacrh'-zz:::251:-1-1'-'rffriiilr-'I?:Ef::.1e21:121EI.r55::iirE53::r.-.Q:i1:tg-:-:-::.gf:..':::::5:5::!1:15:1'2E ln 3 .1.,:e:-ff wwf. -rw:-L3-:.L..-,3.. Q. 11 -il. -1- -- ' Y -sh . G- S 3: Mm 4,-Ji :QF AL tp- -.-,3 .-.gifs -.141 X: - ,:" 4. , ...- . rc, , .:.-:' '1'7,' 'f' -' T 17-'L ' -1 ' - X xr .,-S, 4. " S.. 41 My-". u R em ,ax " Y 9915. Y 'sf if -X wr' Na - .5 ,TT inf' ff-,H -,,.?..l'ft, f -- ---- rr, -3 .- r r in , . . , :-5, --.- if - - GEORGE THOMAS PAYNE-"GEORGE" Born February 7, 1910, in Chifago. Entered M. P. lll. A. in IQ28 from Evanfton Townfhip High. Projieient rating Private Co. B Cl5,' Rifle Team C15,' Bafeball Team C155 Company Barhetball C155 Company Baxeball C15. George hasn't been here very long but in the short time that he has we have learned that he can certainly play the banjo. When he and North get together the result is sure to be harmonious. JOHN EDWARD QUALKINBUSH-"QUALK" Born September 11, 1911, in Chieago. Entered Ill. P. M. A. in 1925 from the Bryn Mawr Srhool- Private Co. B C15, Corporal Co. B C25, Sergeant Co. B C35, Lieutenant Co, B C45: Derlamation C2, 35: Clee Club C3, 45: Lightweight Football C15, Heavyweight Football C2, 3, 45: Trarlz CI, 2, 3, Captain, 45: lVre.rtling C45.'Company Bafketball C2, 3, 45: Company Bafeball C2,j',45,' Volleyball C2,3,45.' Sotrer C2,35. Qualk has been working persistently for the past three years with the shot and has at last developed into one of the best weight heavers ever attending the academy. We all hope he will keep it up. NORD FINLEY RICHARDSON-"NoRD,' Born june 4, IQII, in Chicago. Entered All. P. ll-I. fl. in IQ26from lllorgan Parle Iligh Sfhool. Profeient rating C45,' Private Co. .4 CI, 25, Corporal Co. C C35, Sergeant Co. C C455 Upper Ten C2, Orcheftra C3, 45: Heavyweight Football C1, 25: Traeh C1, 2, 45. VVhen it comes to playing the piano Nord is certainly there with the goods. He has been with the orchestra for the last two years and in that time Major VVilde has had to get several new pianos due to the melting of the keys. 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Q. .4:': ' .61 . , E. ig: 53 .4.-yy -' J... -: I It -. , NK 16 H, I -5 ,,, s f, :gf .L , :A I, Uk ' " "' " ' .1 -. 1' A v l GILBERT YAEL RUBENSTEIN-c:GIL,, Born February 27, IQI3, in Chieago. Entered M. P. M. A. in 1927 from Central High, Flint, .Mielz. Private Co. A CID, Corporal Co. A C2D,' Upper Ten C1, 2D.' Aeaderny Ne-wx C2D,' Chen Club C1D,' Bantam- weight Football C1D, Lightweight Football C2D,' Volleyball With Gil's return to Flint there will be many there who will joyfully welcome him home. They will be none the less happy to have him back than we will be sorry to lose him, for in the two years that he has been here he has made many friends. HENRY ANTON RUTKOWSKI-" HANK " Born june 7, IQII, in Chicago. Entered XVI. P. M. A. in 1925frorn Saint lVenea.flaux Catholie Sehool. Projieient rating C4D,' Private Co. B CID, Co. A C2D, Sergeant Co. A C3D, Private Co. B C4D, Corporal Co. B C4D,' Bantarnweight Football C1D, Lightweight Football C2, 3, 4D,' Company Baxleetball C2, 3, 4D,' Company Bafeball C2, 3, 4D,' Volleyball C3, 4D. Hank graduates leaving a younger brother to take his place on Major Bouma's 'C Fighting lightweight" football squad. Hank was at home in the line and when he tackled there vvasn't any doubt but what his opponent was down. That is the kind of a player we regret to lose. lVlAURICE JOHN SCANLON-"BUTCH" Born july 22, 1911, in Chicago. Entered Ill. P. lil. A. in 1927frorn lllorgan Park High School. Private Co. CC1D, Corporal Co. C C2D,' Upper Ten CI, 2D,' Glee Club C1, 2D.' Heavyweight Football Cl, 2D.' Heavyweight Barleetball C1, 2D,' Tertnif CI, 2D. Hail to the lrishl, which of course includes Scanlon. Butch played end on this year's Varsity team and when that Irish temper of his got loose-look out opponent. He was one of the best ends we have ever had and we expect to hear more of him. ffm +s-an 1, "5'5r,dr x' """""" A, 'B-'qt' 13:1 A 1 X 42 QD. . Q -.3 ...,--L: ,,f.'.-gg .-.. :- 1- -, '-'-' .,.. - ...mf . ,... ., .... ...- ,... . , . ,H V . .. ., ,. .. , , .. U 3.-:reef ,g-v:,g,.e3 3,-A g- 4-gg,--.L ',-3:55 .4 - ,v-yr y:,,,4:.5,, . . I .-- . , . . -'- .. ., ,,. . ' f - w. ,-,Q-Q9 nf, . png 1 ttf ..-.253-.1-,:'n "'?5" ?'f '9y.,, "ff?,L,r YQ . : L W 9. lr - ..e.,o '5.,,,.,:: ,MD fggeg. """ - 5. - Q ' M Q 'x:-,J---... .-.---.--:......7-.sr-,-,-1'-.w.:::-:fn.'..1--rf-'.--5':f .z-.:- :ir ---it---1.-... .r:-:.-.--. n-e.-2---iv-1--51157:-::.-:'!-I..-T11-E..-.:'.'.:-::::-r.-3.----:----far:-:.4-. -t--.--1-::- -Huh . ,..- ...z u::::e:v-tai:-1-Eu?-1if-i-'Qa1::f::F.:E:5s::1Saw:-.Gina::ES1?-if:11srxnizzari:?322:-333.122151:4112-15"?.s1:i:rsi1.:E'5::532132535322:E2'5::E9111:re.'Ef-E:-grim:15::fsfiiiQ::i5f:5:g:53.s?Q1:E2r.i:53za:5fa'f.11:.g5.E25:5::55555:ag:,:1zig.-5Q955,75135.513-,f.1g.g: f . we-t-i63fF:ri24.fff?a'xQiif f'f.:- lv - A Fiji THE SKIRMISHER - wg. gt- F... AA.V F ix- 3, R ... lit Ev -5 rpg- v4.1 TL r-. 'ni -Al Y. , X-h w' K gj Nrlzf ' diff- ,L F41 g:. yE,?5..1.vLT-L: .N ,X 11-A -,NV ,X -,fyx ,KIXH ,'x:4'. 1- g A?t"fx3:,.lA fy ,X .1 GEORGE EDWARD SCHNUR, JR.--"GEORGE" Born May 31, 1911, in Chicago. Entered Ill. P. Ill. el. in 1025 from Lellloyne Public School. Proficient rating Guardian 13, Prerident 45: Prexident Senior Clan' 145: Private Co. B 115, Firft Sergeant Co. B 125, Lieutenant Co. B 135, Captain Adjutant 145: Upper Ten Sleirmixher Academy News 12, 3, 45: Claffical Club 135: Glee Club 135: Lightweight Football 115, Heavyweight Football 12, 3, 45: Track 11, 2, 3, 45: Gohf 13, 45:Wreftling 145: Company Baileetball 11, 2, 3, 45: Company Ba.reball135: Volleyball 12, 3, 45: Soccer 135. George will graduate leaving many friends and admirers. He has been a mem- ber of the Guardians ever since it's organization and as President of that group this year his inliuence brought about many benefits which were enjoyed by the corps. LOWELL PAUL SCHULTZ1uSLATSH Born October 10, 1909, in Oaklawn, Ill. Entered M. P. Ill. A. in 1927 from Englewood High School. Prohcient rating 125: Private Co. B 115, Corporal Co. B 125: Lightweight Football 11, 25: Lightweight Bafketball 11, 25: Track 11, 25. On coming to M. P. M. A. it took Slats some time in which to get settled down. This year he has been Working hard and was out for lightweight football and basketball. He graduates leaving many true friends. WILLIAM VV. SCHULZE, -IR.1uBILL,, Born December 23, 1909, in Chicago. Entered M. P. Ill. fl. in 1925fronz Concordia College. Private Co. el 11, 25, Corporal Co. C 135, Color Sergeant 145: Upper Ten 115: Trach 145: Golf Schulze is seen more than he is heard, consequently we don't know much about him. YVe do know this though and that is that he is a good scout and has many friends. - "" i 1.1 . X ,. n Y ' -" N .JA ' 1 ' I 1 1 43 , i I i .Q 105 I Q " J :-ff k i o-ef :"'-f-,-.::,?'5?L3,'2f '- -fre-as itsszrv a- 111:-QQ -fa-T -"1't:gf,:2? 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A. in 1926 from lllorgan Park High School. Honor rating C315 Private Co. B C11, Corporal Band C21, Sergeant Co. C C315 Rifle Team C2, 315 Bugler CI, 215 Band C215 Upper Ten C215 Lightweight Football C315 Track C2, 315 Company Batleetball CI, 21. Larry deserted the boarding students to become a day student. However .in so doing not one bit of his work is lost, for he has kept right up in all of his act1v1t1es and for the last two years has made a name for himself on the rifle squad. HIBBARD MILES SHELTON-" HIB C, Born june 13, 1910, in Buffalo, N. Y. Entered M. P. M. A. in 1926 front Lakeview High School. Private Co. B CI, 2, 315 Lightweight Football C2, 315 Company Bafhetball C1, 2, 315 Tennif Manager C21. Shelton can always be found doing something around the campus. There are many boarding students who have been royally entertained at his home and they all are sorry to see him leave. ROBERT SHIMMIN, JR.-HBOBU Born February 27, 1911, in Chicago. Entered M. P. M. A. Lower School in 1924 from Arlington Public School. Prohcient rating C415 Private Co. B CI, 21, Corporal Co. B C31, Sergeant Co. C C415 Academy Newt C1, 2, 315 Bantamweight Football C21, Lightweight Football C3, 415 Golf C3, 415 Company Bateball C415 Volleyball C41. Bob plays a steady game on the golf team. He seems to be steady in more ways than one however. This is illustrated by the fact that he played a bang up game in the lightweight forward wall for the last two seasons. t ' I 1 ' 44 I t r i I Akgl Il Q4 A l l l "i-p9 i'?'- .4-5' 'f' " T: ':: . -Ln 1' .as -: 5 - - 1 -- . ' " ' ., .., M ' " - ' ' -. -:--. " K , P . '. .. ,... .. . . . 5:2117-'l:'1: -2-1i'I411::r2?f:E2 5.111.132-:ii .' -.E:-555a12aTli1:532214531:-Qifiiifiif-3:if-ERE: :F-EGM.1-1-:.g-:thi:.ii:5gi51E4:5E-. 52,-53: -. .23:a:5ft."-.-,.-:Ei 55: '..2Ei1::-.2-1 E"k'i?-'Q:r:Zg.:,gg 651 ,1, . Lg .-r N li N :wig z., N, . . f x A "" l tl' Qt: 3 441-231 " If-Li,-. PW-:V . X.. I,-img, at ,i-J ' i' me .pig ,-' 1 -. ,. -5. -F" - a t-5 1' ' "f R x'1ag-We' -f'fraff'- if 12415 V 'E1f' f: :f 4. ' -L, .-1: S- 'H - T' cj. '.-'-i.. "3 --ig, 'Tl' 5.11 ,.-fn.-'-' ,. 1 -zo H v:'- ' an-.LU , I '. A, f J'-. c 1 in t X I fl L in.. X1 A-sl p-1 1 1 l DUANE H. STADELMAN-HDEWEYH Born july 1, 1909, in Chicago. Entered lll. P. M. fl. in 1Q25fro1n Arlington Public Scliool. Private Co. .4 11, 25, Co. C 135, Sergeant Co. C :lcademy Newt Heanyweiglrt Football Lightweight Bafleetball 11, 35: Company Basketball 145: Company Baseball 13, 45: Volleyball 145. Dewey leaves a host of friends among both the day and boarding students. Inasmuch as he was a boarding student for three months last year, both have some claim to him and both wish him luck. PHILLIP VOGEL--" PHILN Horn lllay 28, IQII, in Manchefter, Tenn. Entered M. P. lll. el. in I925fronz Oglerby Public Sclzool. Honor rating 145: Dirtirzguiflzed rating 145, Guardian 145: Private Co. .AI 115, Corporal Co. fi 125, Sergeant Co. ,I 135, Lieutenant Co. :I 145,' Upper Ten 11, 2, 3, 45: Bantamweigbt Football 115, lleazyweiglzt Football 12, 3, 45: Company Baxeball 145: Volleyball 12, 3, 45: Soccer As "Little Evan in our own burlesque on " Uncle Tomls Cabinn Phil certainly filled the part. His ability and size were more greatly appreciated on the gridiron where it was his habit to break up all plays that came his way. HARRY CHARLES WALL-"HARRY" Born March 31, IOI2, in Kanfai' City, Mo. Entered .ll. P. ill. J. in IQ2jf7'01lZ Central junior lligb School, Kanfaf City. Ilonor rating 145: Di.vtir1gui.rlted rating 145, Sclzolaftic llledal 11, 2, 35: Private Co. .1 115, Corporal Co. J 125, Sergeant Co. A 135, Supply Sergeant 145: Upper Ten 11, 2, 3, 45: Skirnzirlzer 135: Jcadfrny Newf 11, 25.' Debate 12, 3. 45: Declanzation 135: Chen Club 135: Bantanzweigltt Football 135, Liglztweiglzt Football 145: Company Bculeetball 135.' lblleyball 12, 35: Soccer 135. VVall's name has appeared on the scholastic board for the last three years. In lieu of the fact that indicates that he was at the head of this class every year We certainly think that that is a record to be proud of. Keep up the good work Harry. 7 5 .gf , It I 05 45 Qi. A 1 ll I CVT' ,ru,:.-.-ugh 'N'-1?+w,vg Q-fri:-'-:seq 'ref-4 J ,L L, J Xia:-'..a3,, mel .,..- 'v' gas' -YL..-,.4-" '5 'f-::,f,,g.,,'.,-.:4'L ' "f ...f:1,,QL g..,:'g"' " 4 T- " jf-ge.. ' gf" ,-..-fz. - -' .-'-.r .V -' C- 4 :Q .ef--..t,k.. rev- . ., "r'::,:.f." "..4,cf":.- -A. ,, -4.55 VJ- -rzvs-fa nfvfqf-1-ww , t.- . 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LQ 1" '52, ' '57-'Y -551,-rf' .5 ROBERT GEORGE NVALLACE, JR.-" BOB" Born june 6, 1912, in Hlilwaukee, Wir. Entered lil. P. lil. 11. in 1926 from Ben .luon High School Pa. Honor rating C455 Guardian C3, 455 Vire-Prefident junior Claw C355 Seholartie ,lledal C355 Prizfate Co. B C15, Corporal Co. A C25, Sergeant Co. C C35, Captain Co. C C451 Upper Ten C1, 2, 3, 455 Lightweight Football C25, Heavyweight Football C3, Captain 455 Lightweight Barketball C25, Heavyweight Barketball C4, Manager 35: Bareball C1, 2, 3, 455 Track C45. Bob leaves a vacancy that will be hard to fill. He has been successful as foot- ball captain, as company commander and as a basketball and baseball player. We Wish you just as much success after graduation, Bob. GEORGE ERIC WIEGEL'ccSOUSA,, Born Marfh 23, 1911, in Chicago. Entered JU. P. Ill. Al. in 1925 from fanderpool Public Srhool. Honor rating C455 Priifate Co. J C15, Corporal Co. nl C25, Sergeant Band C35, Lieutenant Co. .-I C45,' Band Upper Ten C2, 355 Sleirmifher .rleazlemy Newr C2, 3, 455 Ifantamweight Football C15, Light- weight Football C2, 3, 455 Barkelball C1, 255 Volleyball C1, 255 Track C2, 3, 45. Sousa gained his title last year when he was in charge of the band. The mem- bers regarding his ability with great approval decided that he should be called after none other than the great master himself. This year however he was the fond father of the second platoon A Co. NOW everyone calls him George. CLARENCE A. WORTHAM-66 CLARENCE H Born Nownzber 2, 1909, in Danville, Ill. Entered M. P. M. fl. Lower Srhool in 1921. La.rt attended Sari Antonio Jradrrny. Proheienl rating C255 Lower School, three yearn Private Co. B C15, Co. nl C255 Bugler C1, 255 Upper Ten Lightweight Football Heavyweight Football C255 Heavyweight Bafketball C255 Bafeball C255 Trade C25. Clarence after leaving the school in his Freshman year returned as a Senior and successfully upheld his reputation. We only Wish that he had been with us longer. 1 CQ 46 Q A C, A l l if tal' .1.ig-..ag.. .Me '+ R ' 'ir' 1 'f f4Pi1:Q2'i1s:4 1.-.aii at if-FTL1?3'fi7!:? e X' - f- -A-. - w- '- f e. -'- --H - -J .r to ' - at 1 .- '- -vw. " - .1 . - -.fe I+ :-'- '5':f-' :--- .:.-:'-:--::--.'1-::'::'--f-:- -ri:----::--Wi-:--e -21:'f:.-Zz:-12:1f2:2222::ff:2f-::7-.:f'42f--r--:-'..-1'-.-wef.2::1-I-:IS--f:--::!-::f:::f.-:-:l.v:2-41:--:.-:f-'-f'fe:-'-'f:.:-'-4-: -A I n-Jaap -"11-.'iE1.a"'fu5-f1-no-fruav-::f,:.1:-fs:5-aaa-5rx:-y::.-,.1w.5-za.-:y5.:.::-1:-.11:::Q-r.,1i:4,,5-aaa:::.-:rig.Qi-:.-,-1:15.-:frat-.ze-Lurz.fff::.:::zi:f::-:sa--:wx-:-vt-rrJ:1::5::f1. -iw u.'i'-J:-5 . .-.M .f- -, . .-1955? es. "iw ' -'-s . W ' ' Q., , . . 5 f L N 4 M, 9. ,M f-1 -155' Wfsg -vhgasg. X 7 'T w'- : " , P .- ,q 11 s .fr,.1:.1- - - . . .. ax .. , .. .,- -1 f -...mf l, 4h .58-, -fn f.. 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Sf-mnrl R01l'fPEAIRS, SPIRO, BENKO, BENNETT, RENSTROM, LUEFFLER, MONAf'0, R. Kcss. Thirrl Rou'fPmcE, I.. JOHNSON, BELL, COLLINS, LOWRY, R, NELSON, G. ROBINSON. Fnurlh Huw-PRASII., G, JOHNSON, LANVRIE, NIATTHEWS, WOLFF, MCGINTY, WIEGMAN. THE CLASS OF 1930 OFFICERS S. R. VVALLACE, JR. . Prefidmt xXvILLIAM FREEMAN Vice-Prefidfnt REUBEN lX'lILLER . Secretary JOHN HESLER , . Szrgmnt-ai-Arms HE class Of IQ3O is already known as one of the most loyal and steady classes ever seen at school. The members have been prominent in every activity and sport. Their number includes athletes, speakers, journalists, and cadets of prominence in military. Although not starting any project of startling newness, the class has followed every worthy precedent and tradition with characteristic thoroughness. Handi- capped by the smallness of their number, as they are, they have equalled or sur- passed everything done by past classes, and it is expected, that, as seniors, they will be the controlling factor in the school. They are preparing for this control and in such a Way that there is little doubt as to their success. V ' Y I ' A A I . , , , I ' 0 48 I 1 I 1 . - ' 4 A A I l r I -fQfefr?f'fF5LfiRP5JQsiii:?19w5 i' "5 ?Jel12i?'3:fisf'::1115aiwi'?L'+5f3 i" fsas'l-xi'-1245 +-i--'-f "ff '1f??:f:: cfflau 1 e 1 '1ffF"T?C'J .f-m 21,?9'5,y:.:11 :fRr1.,-R+1,:iZI-E. f?f51if: -32-25541:-lfrffem gif-5:13-'ifai-'f X-1-if r,y:::?rg2-fi: .eagizfi-11,251-BEEN -:S-QSM -x.'g5,-fg.:--:.-g.g-,.-y.7,.-.ig-2-.H .:..,.... . .1 , . .,-,.., -.g-....11"--!"- ..-. ,..--g: , . ,, -,.-.g-.1--.:-.:--v-:.-:.- ... .-.. . ' . .:-- --- .--- -. .- .-- ..-- . . - -. -. .. :-.-.,- .-. . .-.. ... . . 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' 1- ' T f' " fe 4 ' me s R su R -f 1. +. -2 f J - ff 'H-'f m KI Ml E - -sw- """:' f is L , . D 1 X . 9 .. . , " Y a 4 Z" -. " " gm., .. r' -,M . K 47 44" V+ 334 i A. 332'-'F L i?"lil.f' iL , i s ff' .MM . ,, gs.. Mg-,Rn V ', 4.21 ,Q ,J .5 7Q:2MAf?P'Aq.e A'lW:- A -'::7Q5i f IRA BELL 1 It is rumored that when Jacob Reed first got the measurements for Big I,s uniform they back for verification. Then they . Went out and opened negotiations 7 for a tent factory. ALBERT BENNETT Wve predict a great future for Alilo as a member of the house of David. Many visitors asked to see the dog-faced boy. VVe would guess that they Albert. JEROM E FACTOR Benny has a great nose for business. True, he has a nose for everything-especially a dab of red grease paint. XN'1LL1.xM FREEMAN Cadets all affirm that Bill is one fast hombre. Strange to say the girls agree. Vl'hy gild the lily further? LEWIS GROEBE wired A7 g have mean great A Wise old owl sat on an oak. ' You all know the rest of it. W' e believe that a number of interest- - ing things could be heard if . Groebe would open up once in a while. 1 it .1 5 . . . l A I ' ' l ' fe I n 1 f 4 I I s C ' 'N 49 fe . i l 1 AQ' Q4 l l l l f':f7?:f7'f'I'7'f-fff7f773i':f57:12FISZZ12:1'f31.E2l!1-?",,125.12-1":"'-:L"S2:'j'z:":xZ-'-5j-jf'1- ' '.g:L:'.:5ii' "" vm :rl 1 --':'.:::- -.3 ' , ---, .. ,-1 .- . .A . if" ' :AJ " -ffl'-1 -1 ---- 1':2111f5--'::- +111-fl.-1-'ff-Law,-'-fsf.-.r:'-zirrr -145'f:if"':p::'ij':?-I-if-. L-,iffg-:':ii11'f2.-Pii:.'::.-12,3PiifieifIf'?-'.i7::-3Er:f,-I . ' -5 W' xl .. 'P-'52,-af - , QQ- IQXQW. "'-2'-4 'f'3"i'-YA-rf' W' BP - .'-:fa m-S 'bi ' W'-W -7-73 .6 'f ---- f 'H'-'-'----C-'H--1 ' We---:1':-112-f:f::-1:1121:I1:::1r:.uE::?1a25?11131:':s-21:::E12:?:siui::A231h:?:5:5:i::viii-1I-2-ffisrlrffffiiiriiis5:1r555a'i2+p?5r.1f33:15LrG.:qE.i-ES5:55.2Eiieifzgij-3E551 1 w e i f 'J vt my ,., . A mx In hz I H gi 4 A I, -2- ,, Q.. , gs. , 1 :K . .- , ' ' I A Ye '- ff .L t.- . - s.- f. --:ff-. f m 11155. fr A., av- .AQ 5, - ..-. gp, I-" Is 1- -,--. .::'- g.. 1- ' 'N J 42' f" T? A: sf-fx ,- : 5. 1r1:?' f:54' ,' - -, ' ' J . -'. -4: -.- ,.d..., fx X 1 7 . 5 -"tg ..- . 3 3... 1- 9 I U C .. A A A A A '- -. A JOHN HEsLER Red is one of these athletes you hear so much about. He has a reputation for being very bash- ful, but his closest friends and admirers say that they dOn't understand where he got it. CARLTON HUTcH1Ns lileven and one half. No, most gentle reader, llm not speaking Of Huteh's age, it's his feet I had reference to. And when I say "double A," you may be sure that l'm not speak- ing of his grades. FRANK JOHNSON Nlorgan Park has had its full share Of shieks. But those mem- bers of the Lightweights who went to Roosevelt will never forget this curly-headed bOy's popularity With the fair rooters there. GLENN JOHNSON Glenn is the Bantam wonder. We all wonder how anyone can be so tall and still manage to be a bantam. LAWRENCE JOHNSON These Johnsons must all be beautiful. For here We have none other than the handsomest man in school. The girls also say that he writes perfectly gor- geous letters. sfwgff J r i 4 v i W so I 1 1 le QA 1 1 l l 'irq -3- in-hi sr :.. :1., ::g. :.,. ..,,1- 3.1: :- g gg l,-::,.,:. Q., -13, 'PP' -f -1-' f 1 -M ff'-'1Mea""" "-Kfgiiae-f:'S-3-?M2:atff?'f:?'.4-nwnvwiifrt- :e:ii'sgf'sW7qMr9-:5?'-::'xn-.T':'5Z?i:v+1'l"ef-'-. .-,-553:f:55.1j-j-'.-.f.-1::'Z:lEfL--1:1411.12::E:I1.2i:r:11-1-if-'-:'-:P-:-1-g.-.-:,.:zz2-:.2::2f-':11--.r::::1-griarzw 1-.-11 ---- 'ffl-':1 -"'4 1:-1'--1 - .-.-:..--..-.-..::.,-f'.:s....f,v21-.::.:-:-.L-111'---.---1-V-r-:zz-:.-.'.--azzn ----::.Awe-::f:A:-----'.i---If-:.f::J::rzrr-:1112-.-1-'.-?:.if:::aff:2 1. .1 'v..ee-- -..,: i '-gg s i:--ft.. , -.Q-ni s-vu H -V 'H-' T- " 'Z " 'RSE iv.- SKIRMlSlliEi 22' . .. ,, .- .E,a, ,awa ke ,A 4 A "' -ew 'S -' .. Pe." "..i s.. ?f" .:l'mf -'...:?f" li '3 'i"' ii --" M 1 5 l ' H Aj......i, ,-f.:ig, :.,t:ri ,gi im gh- ur i, ,fli-7, ,,,,,43,,,,,g. , l, , ,,,.-Qgwgsr g ,,i g11 5,'4 ,, '-1.k!,1,Q , -Q-7 -. F s-. N-.1 --.'4-"v..:::-- . .. . .:. . :' '- ' .- ' wr 387' IX 4' AK- IX -JA 'f AVIX -- 1:1-fam-,wa-wi '-- f.-.- .-. 55,Q'c'A't' A ffx A v 9 -X ol' s W1 . ROBERT Kuss Vlle acknowledge Kuss the slyest cadet on the campus. Anyone who can stutter so well in math, and stutters no place else, is not only clever, he is a genius and should be considered as such. lNl,XRVlN LANGE To look at hlarvin you would never suspect him of being a basketball center. But the truth will out-and if you donit be- lieve he is good, all you have to do is ask him. DAVID LAWRIE Vlve are expecting any moment now to see a text book written by Dave on Solid Geometry, make its appearance. Then won't Captain Gray be sorry! lXLxRsn,x1,L LEVY Levy is the big fellow who has to get in a chair in study hall by installments. First a foot, then a leg and so on. He tried another school for a while but found that the desks there were too small also. Rickman LOEFFLER Jake is a living example of what a Lionel Strongfort course can do for a weakling. The authorities have been consider- ing the purchase of a couple of dumbbells so Jake can work out ff ,, :Q - N Q! 'V 1 st 43 fe I E K fa 1 3' at school every day. g ..-X.. l 1 . 1 A ll A l 4 l l - www? r---.n ...- -.-.-':.---'---'.--.--.:-'.1':- .:: ::r:.g.- - -. -.D-..:.1.g'.:-...,-ffgg-.11::,.:1. .::-:r:.,.4,,, .,-.-g..g.tg:.1-,zg5-31:1-:::::f-,:-5..-,:,-.:.1:5-sz,...:5,:::.g:::.:::.73:.:g:,1:::f-1-,'.:gL-.-..-11,',Qp3:..QgQ'g -:sis-:-:1Z:ii:Eff.Q-hi-2.1::?a:kick:.9511-Ere::Ex-1::f55:miieai::::E1s::EE:E14253111S::2s-:G::F:1.::'5::fi'f4:a::5gsuz:?:::5::-1,11-:IQ-ffiislfz:-z'.:v-11:2-:-:f:::-:zu--rr--:A::---rM--'-1-:A---w L. - pq- A .L-:ini-.. iz-5i3QE?.1 1Q:f,? -.:':1J:31' linux K I Q .. :iz . - . -35:3 md. I . ,..s,,s-Quint.:- b f "-- ' me sxmmsnzn . di -ii-g::r .N ' "" A AW -4 -.r .nw 3- 1 . if -E. -. , L , " 3 "S " ' 4' fr r Y' .- f - ik bfi , , "SL4,I ,,:' 4"'t rl .an . 15, , pjpig, '1 ' -1 22:5 . .,,f ,JJ flu- ful, J . SI. ,ks ,.',.g' ., hs' 'f '- 1 I I ,IQ fi, .4 ' ln, :ISM Big! ft' 1. EDWARD LOWRY Lowry is the classes pride when it comes to physics. The person that made that last dirty crack may come to the front of the room and take his slap oII the wrist like a little man. XVILLIAM MATTHEWS Squirrel has the distinction Cdoubtful or otherwisej of being tlIe only cadet in school Who can Wear his hat so far on one side aIId get away with it. Wie wonder how he does it. Wie tried it once, and lylajor Bouma made up our mind not to do it again. XVILLARD MCGINTY lXIcGinty is the prize cor- poral of C company. VVoe be it to the poor unfortunate in his squad who acts rough. It is said that lX'lacGinty administers a Wicked left slap to the wrist. REUBEN MILLER Rube is considered one of the best little athletes that ever hit hlorgan Park. Gary is mighty proud of Rube, but ask him about Gary. JOSEPII lN'IONACO joe has a decided aptitude for - . s if-' 1,39 fe-QQ I l I I ' 5545 ,IHA at 3? lik ., ' Lg' , 'Lg' 1 Qs fs,,.'QQf , gf I W51'E:' A . R41-c,.' if ... wg I swishing the leather ball through the white netting. At the time of writing he is busily engaged in a fight for the free-throw Q I trophy. A I I , ' I I ,,v 1g.g.- ':,,- .fu - , ' , A .- H- '-P' r- :TL . l ' ' 'Aw' QF: , R .., --,nv f ' - t LN A .:::. - X 14' . , .. ' 22- . l -" ' f"' Jima. 'El ft 5 me sxmmsn ER ' iiiifglfifglx' 1 '3 " - B: iw-":f': tif K AA ' A K IIOBERT NELSON Bob is the tall lanky boy who is such a God send to the Solid Geometry class. Bob can take more time stating a proposition than an ordinary person would take proving it. "Saved by the bell." Cn.xR1.Es OGREN Chuck is a decided ornament to the so-called ice pond on the campus. Sometime he can be induced to don his full regalia and then Morgan Park can feel that it has not lived in vain. BEVERLY PEAIRS Bev studies harder than any- one in the class. Leastways he tries to give everyone that im- pression. Sometimes we wonder whether Bev is really sincere. FRANK PRASI1. Frank maintains that he may not be the best sergeant in the corps but is one of the best. Joe Military, is this guy, except on the few days that he gets kicked out of the junior Military class for fooling around. 1 + l'lDXV.XRD PRICE lid is a cherished legacy from . the class of 1929. lid says that if he likes thirty on rings better y I. I than twenty-nine anyway. ,jf lx j 'C l I i l . l Ao 0 A s l . " Wt ' K wwf nv"'dzJ it X as '1- ' THE SKIRMISHER N A "Lr13i'5f'A ICQ Ax l V J WNV 'We' N N is- ..,, if 'IA 1 A AQW A 1 .. ,.,, E L ,, eg.. jig.:-'ff-. .sy .-FZ5,:g' .:.,4. Q .x::- 'CM 173' ..','?' . J.. jf.. Yi .., " ' ' ' ' wi. .Q W . .1-.. as .JA l"z',2'-L , :f'-'1I'Jr- .'i""?-- ,.-:'f::J- Jug:-1. fi!'f12-'- - '. 'f' "'- ' .452 --2'-sr -Wil .'::1:: .HU-'-. I. f:-2- .aw M- 'av ':,- :-u- ,-:: :---':- ,,: - ,--:-'--.- .1-:-- -. ---::":.. .:.'.- -.: .:-:--as Qs.. '-'.-:-1: .gf -izigani' -11:g.:'::3' :EEE-A . 3: QE., eg-' -:2.g4g.,.-11" '::1+..,':::- 15:-,Af z::1,,::" :is--si:-if -fn, ma- .. ,T .V .F ..:f',., .M I ...FT ,? ,Hd 1 Tan. Im, 355, ,, . Lam' ,M 5q5.. IH, .bw . ep- ...Q 'vJm.'w " ' - ' 'sf -' . -I 3131" -1:1z.'p1e2aarii35!5J" ...z ' 'f3:5:3:e::::5f,-4.2--4. 1'-s '- ' .1 Q -5- - , ' " -,ew is - . w 1L:-:,:-1,r:::.-.-f:.:':au---11-L -- -.mag-5.-.---ea.-':v51,4:g::3q,::g5:4gg:gg ' tp -5- - , , Us OLIVER RENAUD Renaud is the class cynic. VVe Wonder if perhaps he was not born too late. Couldn't he and Socrates have had a lot of fun? ROBERT ROSENBERG Buddy loves to get into trouble. Nothing gives him greater joy than to be caught in some mess. Far be it from the authorities to disappoint himg they just Wonft do it. RAINS XVALLACE Rains has a wonderful gift of gab. No doubt about that. If he isn,t out winning some ora- torical contest he can usually be found in Captain Stapley's ling- lish Class arguing against pro- hibition. BERT VVILLIAMS Chiz has the determination of a bull dog. Nlaybe thats the reason he has such a determined chin. Or perhaps we are mixing cause With effect. SIDNEY VVOHL Sid used to be quite the ladies man, but lately he has given up the follies of dateship and gone into a life of solitude. No one knows why. y i . . . Q 54 Q65 ' - i 1 ' 5 4 i . r i if Q' -- ' i5i'i"'fZiff11' 7:-ji'2',',?g.5'fIij lil" 5j.jigq5gggi,'.g:lff,l',ai:liQ .'.'5j,g.',g,32"ifiJsii5.:Pf.f,".Q11, ii:-1153 'Y k'i:ff,iz,.2,gif335g,::::.' E r' :f??fff.1' ii-33-trips?-1'f2z?5:'.La-:5.-.png-.E::.ii:2.i-3- :'i'i: .aiiff fnee'-1'aes"g2'.f:'7ha2mr as-spfgfcss... . 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" cw., E 'v ' fr -4. .V i-." . fs 4' 1 " -f 'R 'll .' 1-Q' '.':-' :iw "f" --J-'-'.'-'r-. :Par 1 W' .V wg fe w , .- , - .,, .,..,, L ys' Y gs-V Q, 5sfw,: g:r1-f Q1-Q ' ' 1- '- '. -- 'E-zf'-.w""?1s51:m42:E MIX rfxf- A 'sf' A f' A 'FA 4: Ai- f-A s V- HAL VVOOD . l Hal believes that the only i reason he is on this globe is to , B play basketball. Most of his Kal instructors are inclined to agree . fi with him. all ELMER RENSTROM Elmer just came into our m1ds,t, therefore we place lllflfl i last. Last but not least. Hidi- JA lri- tor's note!That ought to make L i him feel goodj .xy . 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Third R1lll'4WOZNI.4K, SIEM, XYOHE, SN.xs1-1.xLL, l..xvEm', S. YOOEI, R. WIEOEI., CQOBLE, FOWLER, GILMORE, BAUER. Fourth R1l'l1"WHITVl'f7IlTH, J. HANSEN, CTAMPNELL, KNIGHT, HOFFM.KN,f10ES, PERRHTT, flRME, C,SMXTH, RIBBENTROP, WxswEr.L, J. SMITH. I-'iflh fx'11rr7VV.SMI1'H, PRIEHN, RIDIJLE, BROWN, MCIJOWELL, Gu.xvEn, Novuc, XNATKINS, BERGEL, SEYMOUR, R z51x1N. THIS FRICHHM.-XN, 1928-29 I"frwIIx'n1rfI'. SMITH, SCHAFFER, ILKUEIKT, STARRETT, Mmm, ll umgu, R. WAGNEN, N0liTf3N, SEABHOOK, IIALL, YEIUEL, .X. lI.xNsl-:N. Nrf'm1fl RUIl'fZEI'HMAN, LEYEE, FAIR, I71L'KH.xrT, PIPER, SAUNDEKS, UOULD, THOMPSON, SFHUFIPILD, PHINTUP, Cvwu, PINKERTON. 'I'1n'rfl Rauf'-IKEAKH, W. FEEHEIQY, MAPP, NNIERSEMA, EDOELL, HARTJE, G,xTE1.x', G. FEEHERY, W.G1xOE1xE, IQRAFT, P. IXIILLEII. 1"uurthIx'O11'4lCIDMANN, DUULEY, CJENTLEMA N, CLEX'EL.AND, FROEMKE, IJNELL, VV.S'l'. -JOHNS, IQIHNS, 'l'OwNsl-:ND, HAAS, A. IC. 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Hirschy supervises the golfers. TEAM MANAGERS No team can be successful when the equipment is handled in a slovenly manner, and to the managers of every team belongs a lot of credit for the team's success. Here We have as good a group of managers as has been on the campus for years. livery one has been a willing and efficient Worker. They are: A. Nl. Bennett, H. VV. Football, F. Fischer, L. VV. Footballg Price, H. NV. Basketball: Bell, L. XV. Basket- ball, Gilford, Baseball, A. Andersen, Track. SPORTS COACHES Captain Fleming is the head of the athletic department and it is under his supervision that the teams are taught the rudiments of their games. Captain Fleming, who was prominent at Indiana University in football, basketball and baseball, personally coaches the heavyweight divisions of these sports. Major Bouma is the coach of light- weight football and track. He has had astonishing success with both teams, but his experience in track at lN'lichigan University makes him a track coach of excellent ability. Captain lX'lahon, assists Captain Fleming by coaching the Heavyweight football line. He also directs the pony basketeers and this year developed the best team that has been seen on the campus for years. Captain Mahon received his athletic experience at Ohio Wiesleyan. TEAM MA NAGERS l s i 1' .Q CGD. ' l i i i .s.. 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Swnnrl Hllll'-CAPT,AIN FLEMING, COACH KELLY, LEATZOW, RDSENBERG, J. HANSEN, NIANEELY, liIBBENTROP, E. A WAGNER, GAREN, W. FREEMAN, NovAK, E. MrLLEn, SCANLON, LOEFFLER, QUALKINBUSH. Thml 15610-WIIQGMAN, E. LARSEN, GAl:sEL1N, Hons'r, JOHANNES, BOWMAN, GUNDHUM, WAoENsELLEn, GOES, R. IEGEL, .VoGEL. 1928 HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL SEASON HE successful season of 1928 is to be credited to Captain Fleming and his assistant Captain lXfIahon. There were a number of letter men who returned, and in order to get a good start and do away with the time ordinarily spent in conditioning the men, a football camp was organized. This camp was held in the last two weeks of August at Camp Traverse. There were twenty-two aspirants to places on the team who attended and they enjoyed the camp so much that it will be continued in future years. When the season opened on the flrst day of school, Captain Fleming already had a number of men who were in shape to play real football and were well versed in the fundamentals of the game. Although the team only placed third in the conference, the season was in no wise unsuccessful. In this review of the season, consideration must be given to the fact that the schedule was the longest and without a doubt the toughest in the history of this school's athletics. "Bohn Wiallace was captain of the team and led his team with a field general- ship of the highest caliber. "Bohn played quarterback and from this position proved an important factor in his team's success. lN'liller who has played superior football on the squad for two years has been chosen to lead the team next year. it is believed that "Rube" will do much toward making next years season a suc- cessful one. l l A I A V A l I l l l 60 ' ' I 1 1 4 A l 1 l 131:55-:"A I fl'-1'1'i'!i17i5""3'-JJ 150,12-'.-1 1-zzztltzf 12:1--T-'-'rr-' riirvf:-1:-'-'-'G-:rv-2'-12::.'.'1-ra'1:01-.r'-'-4:11 42 ---- r-11-:'i:f-r:::'- -"'-I:.'1'i 4-H-:-'J-:::rfif-:Ji-.1-Ez.: - - -- - :f 5:.m: ag-.-1: 1 -:1::'.'.1 :-,:g,. :ir ,.-:,If,a11'.npia:Erf:,':.-EE,1331g::g:::: 1 :11'??,"-5:1 :f,:fF1':J::5f5,12j::1-Ff.':EEz::ggq1z'.:: 1::Q"-Hi'- 7:1 r:::E::5-ji-iiifi:12:53.-::::: 111:11 :gr f,1,:jg:.f.':::g:-j'S::1:: r.:-.:E11E1"1-ET 'rv' P"-11' 15 .' .ya - war. '3 3' - A '1 - - - -wg -- -f -- 'hes Q aisff c-M441-J J,i321,?3'i?f3E.f. ', : , -, E -i ,, ,N 1 . 2- ,v,, 'Qsf,. . sa grggggiz . 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'1"'A?"'Aii' Kai.-fQX'Lf?Qx A ' Starting the season on Qctober 3 with a scoreless tie against St. Aquinas, the team couldn't seem to get started. Although the Weather was perfect and the hlaroon VVarriors knocked on the door of a touchdown and a victory, time after time, the team seemed to lack the necessary punch to win the game. The next Saturday, with high hopes and determination the VVarriors journeyed to play Mt. Carmel. Early in the second quarter, Sinclair, one of the flashiest backs on the Maroon aggregation, intercepted a Carmel pass and raced down the gridiron for the first score of the game. This narrow margin of six points was maintained until the last quarter. Then observers could see the Morgan Park team weaken before the desperate rushes of the high school opponents. The cadets fought a losing fight and the game ended with hit. Carmel on top, 13-6. On October 13, the heavies were launched upon the conference sea in a game with Vlayland Academy. Here it seemed the VVarriors found their true might for they overcame a strongly built team to the tune of I4-O. Bell did some brilliant line plunging, but the victory was marred by the fact that this star fullback was badly hurt and laid up for the rest of the season. Speedily whipping the backfield into shape after the loss of Bell, Captain Flem- ing prepared the team for their second conference game which was played with Onarga Military Academy on their field. Here again the team dropped a game by a small margin, emerging to find themselves losers, by a score of 6-O. Raised to a high pitch by their failure in play and fight in the game with the Onarga team, the warriors played way over their heads to humble Elgin with 25 points to 7. The first score was made in the second quarter by Scanlon on a pass from W'allace. A few minutes later, dodging and changing pace, Wvallace raced seventy-five yards for the second touchdown. From that time on Nlorgan Park had it just about her own way. Orme and Leatzow each scored a touch- down, while Sinclair made the extra point. On November 3, Nlorgan Park stock soared high when the heavies avenged last years defeat by trimming Northwestern hlilitary and Naval Academy by the one-sided score of 44-O. The game proved to be a runaway for hlorgan Park from start to finish. W'ith perfect open field blocking a high point in the VVarriors THE TEAM I lai1.ol bl QQWA ,Ill - " y?"f- "'- .. ., :-1m:'. IF' ' Av b rj - - : ,. gag, me sxmmsusa i ,N fhvffusfz' " ' 2 -3 fu 'I g- f if ' ' " .. df' ' fhik .Q f' 'I ,gl 4"A'X vw- . --i. M- HN ,-'.. La-',+ 1 -,.,,., -f.. '- V. 5- - V. V- ,,".-. , ff . , J ac. 4 -, .t..f - ,J ,?F, ,g- . JL 31 'SQL F' P5515 'ziiwjcf ,jf C, 'fjiurff 0:'i .4,1 H - ,,,,,, : . , ...,,, . ,.. ,,. :N l .: " '-,r ig c,Q J.,i ' 55 - ,,f"'f..' i,, IX IX 7- 1 IX 2 IX -14 .- -' In: 'Y'55'lX'w"A'ff'Q'ff5fX"1'f IX 1X l l offense, Wallace and Vl'ortham scampered down the field time after time. Between them, Wallace, Wortham, Bergstrom, and Orme scored seven touchdowns. VVith the team in fine fighting shape, November IO rolled around bringing with it the biggest game of the year. This was the hfissouri hfilitary Academy game and was played at Cub's Park before a large crowd. Here the warriors were plainly outclassed, some defeats may be blamed to bad luck, some to casualties but the only reason for the team being on the wrong end of a I9-7 score was that their opponents were to good for them. The school was and had every right to be proud of the team, they fought and fought hard. Nlore cannot be asked. Our lone marker was made by Orme,who sccoped up a fumble and ran eighty-five yards for a touch- down. After the game a big banquet and dance was attended by members of both schools. Homecoming day came, and with it a drizzling rain and a muddy field. Un- daunted the heavies stepped out and smothered a strong Howe team to the tune of 24-O. The field was a sea of mud, and it was hard to distinguish the two teams but it could be seen that the Nforgan Park team would be superior to their oppo- nents on any kind of a field. VVallace scored the first touchdown from a thirty- eight yard run. Miller and Sinclair also scored while VVallace was taking the ball over a second time. Howe failed to even threaten the hfaroon goal posts and the game ended with hforgan Park way ahead. Of all the games played during the season, the hardest to lose was the last. This was played with St. Albans Academy on November 24 and was the deciding factor in the lhfid-Wlest Prep Conference Championship. A victory meant a tie between Onarga, St. Albans, and Morgan Park for first honors, a defeat gave the championship to St. Albans. Never had the "Saints" played such football or fought so hard as they did on that Saturday afternoon when they defeated Morgan Park 25-IQ. 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Miller lYortham, and Bennett fhlanagerj, received them. Of these, live will return to form a nucleus for next years team. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov Nov .Q IQ28 HEAVYWILIGHT SCHEDULE Morgan hlorgan Morgan Klorgan Morgan hlorgan Morgan Klorgan Morgan Total Park Park Park Park Park Park Park Park Park o 6 I4 o 25 44 7 24 I9 139 St. Aquinas Mt. Carmel Vlayland Onarga lilgin Northwestern Missouri Howe St. Albans Opponents 3 O I3 . O 6 O O I9 O 25 70 1 . 1 1 'L iw?-5'4" if 63 ta iw 1 l . 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FREEMAN, CAPTAIN HITTLE, FOWLER, SHREVVSBURY, SHASHALL, ASHENDEN, Worn., STRING- FELLOVV, Sr. JOHN, C. SMITH, SHELTON, RAINS W.kLLACE, FORBES, SHIMMIN, KIRN, G. WIEGEL, L. GROEBE, MAJOR BOUMA. Third Run'-RUBENSTEIN, R. NELSON, SNYDER, PRIESS, W. ST. JOHN, PENRET, SMALLEY, C. Rurxowsxr, R. BROVVN, XVALL, COLE. 1928 LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL REVIEW N A REVIENV of this, the most successful lightweight season in the history of the school, all praise must be given to lVIajor Bouma who showed him- self to be not only capable in the technicalities of the game but also invaluable as an inspiration to his team. Sharing in his honour is Crededio who led the team on the field with a remarkable display of leadership. After a few weeks practice, the Lights played their first game at Bloom, Sep- tember ZQ. In the past the Lightweights have always lost their first game, but the -team was greatly encouraged when they held Bloom to a scoreless tie. The Tilden team bowed to the scrappy Lights on Saturday, October 5, to the tune of I3-O. Crededio and hfancine, playing their usual hard and steady game, brought victory to the team. Although there were many fumbles the game proved mighty interesting. A pass, hlancine to Burk brought the extra point. On October I2, a cold and rainy day, the midget scrappers took Pullman into camp with thirteen points to their opponents goose-egg. Scoring a touchdown in the second quarter, the warriors held Pullman scoreless and in the last quarter, lylancine, most elusive back in the lightweight aggregation, shook oil his pursuers and raced down the field for a second touchdown. The game was characterized by perfect blocking on the part of the line. Not satislied with the past tie, Nlajor Bouma succeeded in securing another game with Bloom, and on October 20 the two teams met to decide which was the better. It was a grimly-fought battle and the outcome was unknown until, in the last quarter, the Lights uncorked a beautifully executed pass, and hlatthews I l i 64 N i H i .CCD CQ. l :q.-.3-:l:,.geEs3ss,5.1.555:'.?i15555:15:.':251,-.1E?5:jf5if.3Z52,2g,2EE2?1553332Eiifziigfz?-5.63253i3553553f,1,Z12E5E5g.i2e'.Qgg5j2ii555'gf-Fri?-.22255:'5555gf,il55iifi553?Eg33-5E:f.2'f:.-1?53za:5fair,1ig1Q.'f3EEs.':55355515.3151 -.QsfJr,e1'f'4f'?f:7 fff1 " - . .1-T. Q -.f1fff'1" ' - new . . a ,. - V., Aja. gpg . .. . , ,G -. . ,, ye . f SMA " In 5 N. 5 'va .j i , , 5-ff: 'A ,W -. yi if ..-5.5 gfzbs. A i, Egi: js P' 4 ass: Q V 'e nv Q l il ' . '.- - .t - . .- -- iz. -2 1' '1 ff' My 'IX A-XIXSVVVX "lXi'flN-W . .swyXwfjQ-:QXff.-'yy-i'fffx L-u ,. .. Lu- s LIGHTS IN ACTION galloped across the line with the pigskin in one hand and the victory in another. Another pass added the extra point. Bloom was licked 7-Ol Almost every team must endure its defeat and on October 27, the Lights journeyed to East Chicago, there to suffer their first and only defeat at the hands of Roosevelt High School. Fighting a game struggle against superior weight and skill the warriors kept the battle even until a blocked punt gave Roosevelt her chance, and in the third quarter the only touchdown was marked on the wrong side of the ledger. There the score remained and the game ended with the scrappy Lights trailing 7-O. The big game of the season was played on November 9, when the hlidget Maroons trimmed Onarga by a score of I2-6. The Lights were superior in every way to their opponents and the downstaters were lucky to get even the lone touchdown. hflancine played his best game and scored the first marker in the leading quarter. Hesler broke loose for the second touchdown. November I7,the Lights took Harrison on a sloppy field to the tune of 7-o. Hesler had the field pretty well to himself and scored not only the winning touch- down but also butted his way through the line for the extra point. Determined to run up a big score in their last game, the Lights entered into a battle with St. Leo and played at the peak of their form. November 24 is a day long to be remembered in Lightweight history. Until the middle of the second quarter the game bid fair to be a punting duel, but Kfancine broke away for a touchdown and started a march which was not to be denied. VVith this taste of blood the Lights went wild and when the final gun went off, Nlorgan Park was lead- ing by the score of 20-o. Thus the IQZS Lightweight season ended in a blaze of glory, naming the team one of the most successful and gamest in school history. The cadets who received an emblem in recognition of their part in the making of the team were: Seaman, Smith, Mancine, Rains Wallace, Burk, Matthews, Nlonaco, Eiselt, R. Fischer, Kirn, Peairs, G.VViegel,VVilliams, L. Johnson, Hesler, Crededio CCaptainj, and F. Fischer fManagerD. IQ28 LIGHTWEIGHT SCHEDULE Sept. ZQ hlorgan Park 0 Bloom o Oct. 6 hflorgan Park I3 Tilden O Oct. I2 hdorgan Park I3 Pullman O Oct. 20 Nlorgan Park 7 Bloom o Oct. 27 hforgan Park o Roosevelt 7 Nov. 9 Morgan Park I2 Onarga 6 lNov. I7 Morgan Park 7 Harrison o Nov. 24 hflorgan Park 20 St. Leo O Total 72 Opponents I3 1 4 ' 'H f l- - I AQ, 60 I QA I izisri llr ' 232:59 157' I - .ggjtngitzkw Q lf- -er - are-f - , .' if A Vx Saas " A A S A A f W . 12- .gag-in Ap gg? ld 406' J --.. " . M Q ,A . 5-5 I, - . , -, jf:-.b ..4' sf N J' THE SKIRMISIIER I, i f ' Y 1., 4, 'cd .WW , N 1-M .F 5 1 M . MM 5 Y up 1928 BANTAMWEIGHT FOOTBALL SEASON This years bantamweight team led by Captain "Benny" Factor and coached by Captain De Grandpre was not as successful as might have been hoped, however, considering the size of their opponents it was no disgrace to lose three of the five games scheduled. The bantam- weight team is composed of the smallest cadets in the Upper School who, when they go out for the team expect no more than to learn the rudiments of the game and to play an occasional contest. Because of their size it is usually hard to find other high school teams small enough to compete with. In most of this year's games the "lXTidgets', were greatly outweighed and we are just as proud of them as if they had won them all. , Letters were given to fifteen cadets in appreciation of their ellorts. I 928 BANTAM SCHEDULE Morgan Park I2 Lower School Heavies I2 Nlorgan Park 7 Bloom Lights Czndj IQ hflorgan Park 46 Morgan Park Yankees 6 Morgan Park 6 Third Team Lights 24 Morgan Park 0 Lake Forest 24 Nlorgan Park 71 Opponents 85 l AQ QA l 'i5t1i2:51:7:fTefQ'? 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The team that Was flrst upset by the Wvarriors was the St. Leo quintet, with the close score of 21-18. Miller was the stellar performer of the game with four baskets to his credit and one charity shot. Up to the third quarter it was anybody's game but the cadet squad reorganized and were impossible to stop and thus they closed the game with a victory. The second victory was won from Elgin Academy, who later beat the cadets on the "Orange and Blackl' Hoor. The five played a good brand of basketball for so early in the season. Again lNliller was the star of the fray. The final score was 26-19. Harvard was overrun by the cadets attack in the last seconds of the game with a final count of 23-20. VVallace was the cadet performer of the game with a total of eight points in his favor. 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The Cadet team traveled to Onarga and continued its victorious march by triumphing, 28-I6. It was in this game that 'LRube,' lhliller probably played his best during the entire season. He rang up six Held goals in this play. Orme was a close second with five baskets to his credit. The VVarrior five then got two defeats in a row, one from Luther 20-16 and the other from St. Albans 42-II. The St. Albans game was a walk away for the visit- ing team. Branfort, the Saints center was the star of the game, he being much larger than the cadets, the guarding of the little fellows was to no avail. Bran- fort could sink the long shots as well as he could sink the short under-the-basket shots. The Cadets came back with two wins, one from Wlayland, in a close and fast contest: and the other from Blue Island. The VVayland game was a iight between two evenly matched quintets, that were playing real basketball as a team. The score at the close of the game was 21-18. The Cadet five ran over the Islanders 29-I2 and the opponents seemed to offer no resistance for the first or the second team. The score at the close of the game was over double that of their opponents. Nlorgan Park motored to Elgin only to get beaten by the score of 31-22. They also traveled to Beaver Dam, VVisconsin and were also trimmed with a score of 24-21. The bad luck streak continued and they were upset by Fenger High school with the huge sum of 28-8. The Maroon quintet upset Howe I4-IO in an excellent stalling game. Two more victories followed, a 22-21 win from Christian High School and a I7-II conquest from Harvard. The cadets played the Harvard boys on their own Hoof which is considerably smaller than the Nlorgan Park hard wood court and for this reason the score was considerably smaller than is cus- tomary for the style basketball both teams were playing. St. Albans swamped the Chicago boys on their second encounter by a score of 30-I5 in the gym at Sycamore, Illinois. 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The Nlorgan Park team started to play real basketball in the first seconds of the game and they kept this up until the final Whistle blew at which time the visitors were only trailing by one point. The season came to a close with a victory from the ancient rivals from Geneva, Wlisconsin. HEAVYWEIGHT SCHEDULE jan. 9 Morgan Park 2I St. Leo 18 -Ian. I2 hlorgan Park 26 Elgin IQ Jan. 16 hlorgan Park 23 Harvard 20 Jan. IQ h-'Iorgan Park 28 Onarga 16 Jan. 23 hlorgan Park I6 Luther 20 Jan. 26 Nlorgan Park II St. Albans 42 Feb. 2 hrlorgan Park 21 Vllayland I8 Feb. 6 Nlorgan Park 29 Blue Island I2 Feb. 9 hlorgan Park 22 Elgin 31 Feb. I6 hrlorgan Park 2I Wlayland 24 Feb. 20 hlorgan Park 8 Fenger 28 Feb. 21 hlorgan Park 35 Blue Island I5 Feb. 23 Morgan Park I4 Howe IO Feb. 26 Morgan Park 22 Christian High 21 Feb. 27 hflorgan Park I7 Harvard II lWar. 2 Morgan Park I4 Onarga IS Mar. 6 Morgan Park 18 Luther 27 Nlar. 9 Nlorgan Park I5 St. Albans 30 Mar. I3 Morgan Park 27 Christian High 25 hfar. I6 Nlorgan Park I7 Northwestern I6 Total Nlorgan Park 405 Opponents 418 l wh .Q : 70 Q. I ::: : .-21-:si1:1nv::1.z151n-in2.1-1:1-.1:::,,:g 5351131Ltg::5f:::.12:Z21-:23:11311-45:13:3:1.1:E:::g1:i1a::i:5'g:2:E'::5:?1:1:3130:I-18:51:222:55:55-1111:af:::ggg52:25::9.3115115-AI-,-:.'::.:::. THE LIGHTWEIGHT I3ASKI'ITBAI.I. TEAM 1929 .sifting--W'. Kvss, Cmsm-umm, Nonavo, Snvmzn. Nanfliny-I. B1-:LL, Iizsmm, Woon, CAPTAIN HIAHON, 1928-29 LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL REVIEW HIL Maroon Lightvveights were again led through a successful season due to Captain lXlahon's excellent coaching. The team came through with an excellent record. Like the football team they were defeated only once, winning " PETEH Cnsmzmo eighteen games, giving them the phenomenal percentage of -947- The team was run on the two captain scheme and these positions were held very well by Wood and Crededio. Wi. Kuss proved to be the star of the team and scored 198 points in the nineteen games played. A record which will probably remain for a long time to come. On January 9, the Lights started the season by beating St. Leo 23-Q. The game was a fast one from start to finish 71 " HAI, " Wool: , A1, ,, 45 .h::my',v 11" W- nj .-bp, -mg. N- Gr. . Le- .251 iff' C' - I gr- ,s d h, A ' fm THE SKIRMISHER f 'iv-:?""f":4:i"' ' "1 4. if . ,,,. - - .. -:+L iff-1 f fx IXT-'fX" 1" -iihzrii e ifffx'-' 1X ' IX" IX 'f'lXl XX l and the team played exceptionally well. Crededio and Kuss starred and an early lead was secured and held through the entire game. The second game was with Elgin second string 'LHeavies', on January 12. The 'fLights', were so much superior to their opponents in both team work and all-around playing that they ran up a score of 30-9. On the following Saturday they again won from Harvard, 26-12. Here too they showed a superiority in attack. Hesler starred with a good defensive and offensive game. The following Saturday they traveled to Onarga and easily won, 36-1 1. From the first basket to the last, the lights easily led. On Wednesday, Luther fell before the onslot of the so far, undefeated " Lightsw, 31-8. In this game the team showed much better style than at any time so far. On January 26, they easily defeated St. Albans, 29-12. This was a welcome victory for it revenged many otl1er basketball defeats by St. Albans. The next Wednesday, Blue Island was the 'fLights,' opponents on the home floor and was defeated in one of the slowest games of the year, 29-8. The next Saturday the team journied to Elgin and was again victorious, 26-8. On February I3 St. Leo again lost to the "Lights", 30-21. On February 16, the "Lights" lost the only game of their career to the 135 lb. Champions of Gary, Ind. The final score was 30-22. On February 20, the "Lights were revenged somewhat when they took Fenger into camp to the tune of 33-12. Blue Island was nosed out by the close score of 22-20. The final outcome was in the balance up to the last minute of play. A new rival in the shape of the Dundee Quintet were licked by the Maroons, 29-29, on February 23. This was Dundee's first defeat. Christian High School was defeated, 39-14 on February 26. On February 27, Harvard was routed by the Lights. On lylarch 2, the Lights beat a poor Onarga team by the score of 21-15. March 6, the Lights again beat Luther. This time, the Morgan Park quintet scored 23 points more than their opponents. The final score was 40-17. St. Albans was beaten on March 9. Here again the lights ran away with the game. VVhen the final gun was fired the score stood 21-8 in our favor. In their final game the lights won from Christian High School, 43-13. LIGHTWEIGHT SCHEDULE Jan. lXIorgan Park St. Leo 9 Jan. Nlorgan Park Elgin , 9 ,,.,... Jan. lNIorgan Park Harvard I2 Jan. Nlorgan Park Onarga II Jan. Morgan Park Luther S Q, iii Jan. Nforgan Park St. Albans I2 f Y, in , Feb. Morgan Park Blue Island 8 Feb. Morgan Park Elgin 1 1 , Feb. Nlorgan Park St. Leo 2I Feb. Morgan Park Gary Y.M.C.A. 30 Feb. Morgan Park F enger I2 iiii Feb. NIorgan Park Blue Island 20 3 Vgl, 1 Feb. NIorgan Park Dundee 29 Feb. Nlorgan Park Christian High I4 g f Feb. Morgan Park Harvard I2 Mar Morgan Park Onarga I5 P Mar Nlorgan Park Luther I7 i. lN'Iar. 9 Morgan Park 21 St. Albans 8 .ww Mar. I3 lNIorgan Park 43 Christian High I3 A Total Morgan Park 559 Opponents 271 -'1z11.L" miss II i h A .QT 72 CQ. 1 i i . . '7 5 .-1? .M m - W. ..,. 'F 'ts vffa -S. -::1-, 37 ,,,,.-5-.3-. ,L Qi- fmk-55' -Q3 .:,: N, ,, -Q, "'- ' - -aww -'--: .v nw. 1---:- . - ., f . -,. . . .. . , .. .. . - . -I '-' ., .- ' I -" - '-r' 111 . A - ' - 4 .1 . f - X - ' -' ' - :. :..'.." :.. :-- '::---:::- 1 ':. rw 3,-:-if 'Qw v' ' 1-3 rf '-': q.' ..-., V.. -- 1 - . . - -- -. .. wr- ir" Qu- - . .- f..-, wtf ff,.' ,H2-. A -A'10A14A-v'A . IPAALIEJ fn 's BARR. .- N I -vf ' 1 J' J- .. a. ,. , , 1 -.. Y M 4-X W hz A if 1, fuk A-65 M 1 " J, ., '- ,gg 4 ,- -..' In .52 'f ., N 6. 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' rf' -:m fg-'A I' -1. .J "G+ :IT . . . ,.--"' 12. 1 'r '- s J" Ur "m r, ' " PIKTJTIXW? 2: '?5e'lY1'1flY'V:lN L6A'i'zAW THE 1928 TRACK TEAM Fi:-si 1flHl'4Tl0DGES, SCHNUR, WARREN, ATWELL, W. FREEMAN, C. LARSEN, CURDES, VAN' TUELLAN, IC. TVIILLER, GAIQLAND, BOUMA, ITNAUFF, NTACDUFF, CARRERA. S1-mm! RUYVYJOHNSON, flRAU, FORBES, l1.GR0EBE,GRAD0LPH, HORST, FRODIN, NELSON, H.xwKxNs, linux, ANDERBEN, BERGSTROM W Koss, YYORE, MAJOR BOUMA. WTILLI Ms OGREN, . , , Tim-11 Run'--R. Knss, Lawnm, SEIDEL, LOEFFLER, KLMIS, LxvxNGsToN, BOWVMAN, Ast-IEND1-JN, A ', Ro'rH, LANGE. THE 1928 TRACK SEASON ERHAPS the most successful major season of the year was turned in by the track team. Out of the six meets in which they participated, they won five. The success of the team was a surprise to the supporters since there was little material at the start of the season and the team was rated by many as being doomed to mediocrity. Due, however, to the coaching of lXfIajor Bouma Cwho always produces a good track teamj and the leadership and spirit of Van Dellan the captain of the team, the tracksters developed into an aggregation that Morgan Park can well be proud of. Practice was held up considerably at the start of the season by the rainy weather but once the tracksters got started, nothing could keep them from prac- tice and they could be seen out every day, rain or shine. The first meet was a triangular event with Bloom and Kankakee the other contestants. The meet was held at Nlorgan Park on April 21 and the earliness of the season was well demonstrated by the shivering of the participants. Klorgan Park barely copped the meet with my points to Bloom's oo and Kankakee's goyz. Although all the times were slow, the meet was interesting to the last. Until the relay was held, hlorgan Park was second, but the relay team won Kas it was to do many times afterwardl and winning, brought the victory to Morgan Park. A week later hlorgan Park swamped a strong Central Y. XI. C. A. team with 82 points to her opponents 4o. In this meet the Morgan Park tracksters proved to the few remaining sceptics that they were a team of no little ability. It was also evident that their strength lay in the running events for it was the races which gave Morgan Park the meet. l 'i' ' ' ' " 'X 74 - U' l 1 A A OD 0 A I ' l l l '.:-Shitf7':Ez:-:12T1fi-'fi511i-'-I"':.::-'.':?11??L"-T-'-2 :fir:-ivzz'-.'1'222iifL5 1Efi:f'f'-""'?-'-1:f.:1ffiia12::2.':P??'f::'.1p1'1?-:-1'"-F-3211e:-.Jr:-vrvirf,-f.-rg.,-:':::2::4:-: ig:-rg,-,:g1.g?,-.'.1 .,::I:-5,51-:?'.1s,: 1-- - 1-.".'f'.:'--4.--1r.5:.'r.: ag-.':351'--1-1-'-1-fr.--g:::7gff 1111':.,j 'p'::,.:'::.g-Q,-3319:1:::4-',-gf-A.Lg:.',:Ff2, g:g:g.'11-1-j:ij-5-1:g:2:Q:pQT2.21LT.Jg'-ifif::::::gfqqQq-5-,-: Azz?-,:gg.-.':f::3-:ng1,.5:,-gj::J:.:,1::::-gg:1-.z'jz2?- . . . :gs-f' .J A . .:5:. 1.-,5.'..:'-.,gg,.2' .itz-:r-,Q--2- ggfw.---.gf 5. -:y-.Q,g-.-gtg .:-i mr.-':.-55,4qz.:gW gg, -'-':: -1-7-'egg-ge'-:gh -'x-u,,3:.5-..1'.L,.g.--3-ag 1 .. . ....,. . ......,...., g..,,....,3..5,3.,,,...,L.,:,.11 ..... g...z:..i,,.-.'.-fr..-li.1.H:,:::.:,1.::3:.-3Z.Q31::::!g.:gr-15:5513:-351.5-.::1,5:e23Ei:-5:55,.:L5:..:5i3553E:,363-iqgfu-,EEEF:aH,:-:iz-E,-E.-2.55:Si-5:E.i::,i:i: .,3,,,.-.....'. -,m.,..: . , , "'. , 'fi:5"??i'7iGi' '-iekv.ffe- . 'W l '. ,Q - l,55 ' J - J U A THE SKIRMISHER 4' - -1- - - i..:.' as- .-" -- A f-f-ax 1fA1afA if . fr 4 2 - 1--f A 7612 - 1111, .4 av... CONFERENCE MEET AT ELGIN hlay 5 the team went to the Marquette relays and came back with seven medals. Here they were meeting really fine competition and they showed very good form. Nlany spectators remarked at the wonderful tenacity which the team displayed in the running events. On May I2 the Maroon tracksters ran away from Onarga to the tune of 77-54. Of the 54 points scored by Onarga, 31 were donated by Hays. Although our tracksters could not compete with this star they took almost everything else in sight and there was little doubt as to the final outcome. On May I9 Morgan Park snatched a meet from the hands of Loyola Academy by the close margin of yz point. As in the first meet, Nlorgan Park was trailing until the very last when the relay team 'fran the legs off" the Loyola tracksters giving hlorgan Park 44y2, Loyola 44. On Xlay 23 the team swamped Calumet with 80 points to Calumets 9. Calumet did not win a single event-field or track, and picked up the few points she could get with seconds or thirds, usually in the field events. A A week later the team journeyed to Elgin for the hlid-lvest Conference meet, there to sustain their one and only defeat at the hands of Wayland Academy 58-52. In this meet the Mor- gan Park runners established every record in the running events but the weights and the seconds and thirds gave lVay- land too many points. On June 2 the cadets went to the Stagg lnterscholastic meet where, although they turned in a creditable performance noth- ing worthy of note was accomplished. In a last analysis of the season we note that one new track record was established. Although with such a strong running team, one might expect the record to be in one of the running eventsg the record was for the javelin throw. It was established by Cordes with a distance of ISIM. Captain Van Dellan was high scorer of the season, turning in places in the broad and high jump, the pole vault, and the high hurdles and running on the relay team. CAPT, VAN DELLEN , l A ' A i D i i , , . A -, ,-. 3' M33- fv'M1r1 u"Y1.5:.W:,"U:' 25'-1' J-'Nfl -13325. c 'A' van Q i I 1 f 1.1 i i i h .QU tg, 1 l of . -- .1-L ."1:w,f , ,. rw ---- 4 ' - . --'4 2 -.::: . " 'I Jr- 142' - - .- 5- -. . 1 L-- H ' - ' ., 'Q' ' , ,g i"' 1" 3 " 'ff' """ 1' " 'u gl-"V . . - l af effff " - me - Q -. .- 1. -. if 1-1 ,,. .. ,,3, H Jef' 2 is K C JQ su -1. , ,A r 1'-g , . N- 1 ' .-. I .-5 1 . 'TB-gif: 525.59 'LR-fig, 2 .n "its,-If ALL Qi ,,. hay, ' 'IF - ,XX ,f ia. GI' J. 1.-t 5 r- fu-. 'z--z a 1' -f- qi- wa. - -hp -:- .-n- -' .fa ' 1. 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Nlills :10 IQO7 220 yard dash ..,. , Mills :22 IQO7 440 yard run . . . . Hatheway :52 1925 880 yard run ........ . Pratt 2:02 1899 Mile run ..,..,...... . Lyon 4:49 1903 220 yard low hurdles ...., Bergquist .26 1904 I2 pound shot put .... . Baker 47' 1916 16 pound shot put . . , . . . Prather 34' 1908 I2 pound hammer . . . . , . Tilly 170' 1907 16 pound hammer .... . McNab 90' 1899 Running broad jump ,.,.. Quin 22' 1923 Running high jump . . . . Barber 6' 1927 Pole vault ....,....,, . Stransky 11' 1925 Javelin throw ...,.. . Cordes 151' 1928 Discus throw . . . Baker 115' 1922 1 I'l an I 4 fx X l 1 l l .QI 76 2 . QQ. l l 1 l ,fa firpk A , 1,3-gy 1. .1 , 'W-:gk v A XQbf A2-fAN-fAf A A1-' ' 16 .'v ., - -. '.' - . ... - '.-::a. ..-..- - ge h ,W - .4 -Q , H .. ,-:'-- 3 ug- , .g- , : . - - , .1 . 59,1 ..,,., . N Mb . -5 V . -w " N ' W 1 ' . Y , rs- ,A , , - .s I, " .-" ' r 7-X . Q . ' 4 N .:-.fi 4-'-- .zu E ' 'xt M " 41- ' 'I A 4, ' .' uh- . 11, V ui. 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I i ...L .1-'hx 0 Fr. -55: ,fx gh L r.'I5-?- f"'if'. "5-:. -wr" Y 4:1233-P. .1515 THE SMRMISHER Er. Aw .ii BASEBALL TEAM 1928 Srfntvrl-BL,wKLInGE, GOGLIN, Roma WALLACE, GHUNDSTROM, LEATZUXY, CHAPP, R. AIILLER. Sf!Ll7111A7IflfCO.U'H FLEMING, CREDEDIO, BELL, CQAREN, RlBHON'I'ROl', WIEGMAN, Mun, CQIFFORD. THE 1928 BASEBALL SEASON LTHOUGH the baseball season was not a great success it may long be re- membered as one in which the team showed real fight while playing. It is hard to say that only four out of thirteen games were won, but it is better to say that more strike-outs were made because the batters were "pressing" or trying too hard, than because of listlessnessg or that more errors were made be- cause the fielder jumped a little too soon than that he was too late. This is the redeeming feature of the baseball seasonfno matter how hopeless the score, the team was always out to win. Not alittle of this fighting spirit must be attributed to Captain Stanley Grund- strom who was an inspiration to his teammates not only in his playing but also in his own spirit. Although rain marked the first of the practices, the weather for the games was very good and few had to be postponed. The first game was dropped to Bloom by the unusually tight score of 3-2. It was played on the Academy held on April 18. Instead of the expected sluggers fest the teams found themselves deadlocked in a pitchers battle which ended only by an error on the part of the Academy. Hopes of Morgan Park supporters soared high however, for Blacklidge showed unlooked for control all during the game and gave promise of some brilliant pitch- ing later in the season. On April 21, the cadets journeyed to Chicago Latin and after hitting the sphere from one end of the lot to another came home with the victory IO-7. Pitching was wild on both sides and many walks were given. 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Again the number thirteen comes ing for it was by just this margin that the cadets were beaten. VVhen batsmen hit every pitcher the opposing team has to offer and the opposing team can hardly touch one pitcher from the other aggrega- tion there can be little doubt as to the result. There Wasnlt, I9-6. The game was played on April 29 at home. Discouraged but in no wise licked, members of the team took a hitch in their respective belts and set out to take revenge from Calumet on lVlay 2. But Calumet refused to cooperate and Morgan Park was again set back. The game was played at home but even the cheers of the cadets could not help enough to beat the strong Calumet team. The final score was 7-I. The next day the team took on Calumet again and fighting hard almost managed to get revenge. Wlith the score tied, a Calumet player drove over a home run with a man on base and broke up the ball game. The team tried hard but could not score again and the game ended with Calumet still in the lead, 6-4. On Klay 5 Luther came to lyforgan Park and beat the hforgan Park team 9-3. Although the cadets were strong in defense and played a tight game, they lacked the necessary punch and lost the game at the plate. Still unable to break away from the losing streak which held to them, tl1e cadets dropped a game to VVashington High on Nlay 9, 8-4. Errors were the cadets Waterloo and although they could hit well, they let quite a few hits slip through their fingers. On hfay 23 the team went to Concordia College and changed their luck. Playing both a strong hitting and fielding game they outfought Concordia 9-6. Almost the same game was re-enacted when Bloom beat the cadets again by the same score, 3-2. The game was played on May 31 on the Bloom field. Although the score was close it was apparent that Bloom had a better hitting attack. On june I Calumet repeated her defeat of hlorgan Park, 9-19. 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As usual the final game was played on June 9 with the Alumni. The Alumni had a very strong team, in- cluding college men in their line-up. However, the cadets played a much better brand of baseball than usual and won, 11-6. IQ28 BASEBALL SCHEDULE April I8 Morgan Park 2 Bloom 3 April ZI Morgan Park IO Chicago Hts. 7 April 25 Morgan Park I3 Pullman E o April 28 Morgan Park 6 Lake View IQ May 2 Morgan Park I Calumet 7 May 3 Morgan Park 4 Calumet 6 May 5 Morgan Park 3 Luther 9 May 9 Morgan Park 4 Washington 8 May 23 Morgan Park 9 Concordia 6 May 31 Morgan Park 2 Bloom 3 June I Morgan Park 9 Calumet I9 June 2 Morgan Park 5 Concordia 6 June 9 Morgan Park I I Alumni 6 Total Morgan Park 79 Opponents 99 l i, T I-9 L Q, --.:,:'z-f-.- -z' . 7 ,'--.4 - -mv: V -tLsfA.f..-:ff-.a-- , . , -.. . , . .1 . 4. . . . ,..-a.-.-g--.50-,,-. ,-3 ,N -1,-,, f--av-m.z..4,,,-. .-gn- ,1.,.g,-wap-Q,,.,,..-u-..---'5,..,-z'-- --Av . 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T4-"V A M :g U ,jg--,-4, .3u' .R . .1 I N -ix if Q: ukLm4'm,,?,. . .- . ,pwhowgi v5-ff 5: 1 - l 0 . -5, , E lr. .rx-Q, ZX ATSQVX Arek? -1 f': :FIX " ZX - A -Y' 'Y .- - "" -45 , .c . sir- ,infix '- ,lm .-Q' ., Fi ' i q gf..-1 g.,-,1 4311- gawk :Fan A-5:11-, - - .- ,f THE SKIRMISHER 'F L Ku ' TQ 'lil my W1 A ' .....f"' ..' ..., J' 5-'23, f 5 il A 'viii ' 'i cq' V- ,ffl GOLF TEAM 1928 Lvfl in RightiScuM!D'r, CHAPLIN, C. SMITH, SHIMMIN, FRIEDMAN. 1928 GOLF SEASON tennis. Due Golf, a minor sport introduced last year, did not fair so well as to a late start only four meets were secured. Of these, two were won lost. Taking into consideration the disadvantages under which the this was a fairly good showing. and two were team played. of the public Golf is an expensive game and, although the team played at one courses at a reduced price, it was not possible to practice more than a week. On Vllednesday afternoons one of the nearby country clubs extended to the team the privileges of the course, whichvwas a great aid to development. The team members were Chaplin CCapt.D, C. Smith, Shimmin, Schmidt, and Friedman. OHCC OI' IWICC Two meets were played away and two were played at home. The scores were as follows: Nlorgan Park 4 Onarga O Nlorgan Park 4 Onarga O lNlor an Park O Lake Forest I 8 4 lX'Iorgan Park I Lake Forest 3 Nlor an Park O' onents 8 PP -i"'1' l X l.i1nvl4i l l I i i i h .Q 82 - Q. l l l i , Vmesa'-:Az1:12:12freas-:fea2::232-42:2Ei5i.a1:.i1e'J.2:f:5521-1'-'i:-:F:f.2a53,21.232zE13512122155ii:i'5:l2':Ii.iE3isEtsffsflf,-g1ae5E:5ii21Ez?525:Lgt?Li-2532311:rf-'fif.af?af5:.g:gF555i'92:1s,':.,in15iggaii,2b.1zE:.1,'.'.a1Eg53-35555325.-515.3 .f-",.'W." ' '? ' E sxmmsmai I 'F 'Lx V 9' I idk , ,l 2 5 '11 'z . 4 l JL ,- spa: .pu r ff. 1515: if 2 , 425 '- iff! T?"-5: +,,,. f-.f'i.l." 4115515 'l3?i':1':? X 4 I Jisff' .iff 'iafl wx I I Y I C3 . I . I 1 lf, 1 1 'o 5 u '- 51 I 5 is ,gd rr I ,f .' ,- ff.. - ke' 1:1 E355 nf!-3' ru 2-'JV i'.f??, Aff. .42 5,"?:- K., . r X -5. .P H bg Q" .. E' TENNIS TEAM 1928 Lwfl In lfzfglzl-IIAMALIAN, ROBERT BROXVN, CAPT. PAUL, Sc.xNLoN, ULIN. 1928 TENNIS SEASON The team made its debut at Morgan Park in fine style,by winning tvxo ch im pionships. On May 25 and 26 the team journeyed to Elgin Academy and won the conference championship in both the singles and the doubles. The following week they went to the interscholastic tournament at the University of Chicago and won again in both the singles and doubles. Robert Brown and Asbed Hamalian were the two letter winners. The team got an early start and had five meets, other than the championship tournaments. Of these, four were won and one was lost. This is a fine record, especially for a first year team. Four of the meets were played at other schools and one at Morgan Park, so the corps did not have much of a chance to see the team in action. Wie can say this much however, when they were awayg the school was eagerly awaiting news of the outcome and backing the team to the limit. The scores were as follows: Nlorgan Park 4 lflgin 2 hiorgan Park 3 Harvard 2 hiorgan Park 2 Howe 4. Morgan Park 4 Roosevelt 2 Morgan Park 4 Bloom O Nlorgan Park I7 Opponents 8 5 i ' sa I ' l . A A l igif' " ' 1 , 1-1531,-'-Q15 5-.fi'.'.E:1:a:Qia:."J-Ii' 929-.'-21 :,3f.gf:'-Ziij',-1335265522 if 51 14.-'3 ff: 2'-,zqfgggyjgg T 55 .2. 5 "? . E i , Q 3 a1i?,'35 " ,. -,12:."-- -----..a.-.af-rv. -'-- . --1-.,-.,.,.--..,-, -. ..- -4.-.: ---. :..., -4 .Ln--.-4.'.f:f.-...-:.t'.'n'1-.sea--a--af-..-.--.'.'l'2--L-:.----'::1.:-.:z:v.-v.-:-5.f-::.:---::-:'.'-f.-:-!-..--1-4.1:--1 .4----ra.-ar-.:-e-:---11---..-1:-r'f-2.--Q-v-'--':-.v---f--"-----H -9--H ' Q '- 4 WRESTLING SQUAD 1929 Swim!-W. Gnmsum, P. SMITH, EDGELL. KVIl'1'Il'Il1l"FUICBEN, l'n.xHxL, RAKE, HEHGSTRUM, LARSEN, HAUERT. Stmulinyf4N1m:u. GOLDBTINE, SCHNUR, HORST, LOWRY, RAY FREEMAN, .I. 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T S hi " ' S THE SMRWSHER S . ..,,, as -, wa.- f -- - ' 'fkfzf ----"A ' ' - -- -- - 1' " , ' .5 -' TACTICAL OFFICERS The Academy has been very fortunate in the past year in having such a capable group of tactical ofhcers. Under the able leadership of Captain Driggers, these men have done much towards developing the military part of the school into one which will be ranked as one of the leading R. O. T. C. units in the United States. Captain Driggers devised a system by which each cadet received attention and each cadet, when he had finished his course, had a very thorough knowledge of his sub- ject. Not all the credit goes to Captain Driggers, however, for his assistants have ' spent many hours of hard work in order that the school might rate as an Honor School. Captain De Grandpre has charge of the juniors, and woe to the sly junior who thinks that he can get away with anything in his class, for Captain De Grandpre has a very thorough knowledge of his subject and a bluff in his class is not worth the effort it takes to think it up. There is a very large Sophomore class and it is under the fine direction of the Assistant P. lX'I. S. 8: T., Sergeant Nolan, and his helpers, Cadets Hodges and ljiselt. Years of service in the regular army make the Sergeant a very capable man for such a position. The Freshies are under the tutelage of Captain Hewitt. Captain Hewitt is a good natured man, with a world of patience and a complete knowledge of his subject, just the man for the freshmen. l CAPT. IERIGGEHS TACTICAL OFFICERS Sur. NOLAN, CAPTS. IQLING, HEwrr'r, BRIDGFORD, Dx-: GRANDPRE .ri . fi T ' T o o T ' l l i . 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Third Razz'-FORBES, CABREH.N, WALL. THE STAFF HL staff of this year has been very eflicient. It is due to them that all the parades and guard mounts have been carried off with such snap and pre cision If it had not been for their help it is doubtful whether or not Sergeant Nolan would have had the armory in such fine shape and it is up to them to keep it in this condition. The staff of the past year consisted of Battalion Commander Macduffg Cap- tain Adjutant Schnurg Lieu- tenant Adjutant Hebbg Lieutenant Quartermaster Froding Sergeant Nlajor Forbesg Staff Sergeant Cabrera: Supply Sergeant Wiall. STKFF 51-HELD MM DUFF S9 fcvgfiliat.vp-'5ffO55i5.'-f.'..f:fZ'ESih2pi':... iii THE SKIRMISHER --,-.':f:.v52:':'"'C1':':2r:.zR:-.- . . --::::f:.? 5- nt' ""'f':fNaza.:::-... 1: ,. L fs 1 ' -4 ' .f 1' v- ,-' f 4 , 9' P ' W N' 'sr ' 1. E?--. :::::' LH ,z..'.-?f.p::g'.a:-iii. 5,5-:J 3:-.:'.,, 55:2:.'i.Q2g5i::QiLQ:5'::'aiiiziffif fi: COMPANY "A" 1928-29 Smlrfl-W'OzNr.xx, HESLER, LANOE, BOVVMAN, IIUTCHINS, R.. lx4ILLEI!, P. VOGEL, Cm-:Dr-zmo, G. XNIEGEL, mrYlLLI.XMN, l5ENNE1'r, A. MNNPINE, R. Kuss, PEAIRS. Nw-mul Ifuu- -- FAIR, LEVEE, BOGIN, IQAMINSKI, ICLLIOT, BENKO, RUBENSTEIN, SEYMOUR, MOHR, L.iI..XDS"l'0NE, CONKLIN, NOH'l'0N, IQOLL, HARTJE, ZEFHMAN. Tliirfl lfuw-llrvnnn, x'EIDEL, YORE, G. JOHNSON, IIUTKOYVSKI, FIHCHER, IQHAFT, G,vrELv, A. HANSEN, fi0LDMAN, ClRAl', EIDMAN, CATH-1, P. NIILLER, li.BROVVN, FLYER, HOFFMAN, R,SMI'rH, F, .lOHNsON, R. FREEMAN, TOWN- SEND, KENT, CLAX'TON, FVRMANIAK, NOVAK, ARHENDEN, SMALLEY. l"uurlh Ruir----MURPHY, SHREWSBURY, NIANN, HAVERT, lIALL, lxIA'l'THEVYS, lXl0N.Xl'O, I'0NT.xRx-:l.L1, RAKE, VVOHTHAM, A COMPANY IRILRILQUISITIL or perfection in any organization is leadership, and A Company this year certainly lacks nothing in this line, with Crededio as captain, and G. Weigel and Vogel as lieutenants. Starting the year Oli right with the new stripes for best company the year IQ27-ZS, the company has progressed with rapid bounds to a high state near perfection. They have always participated in the intramural athletics, and many a rival company has felt their teeth. They are ably represented in all the major sports, and for some years past have had a captain in some Academy team. They are always danger- ous contestants in the drill contests, and can usually be relied on to come to the fore at government inspec- tions. Some of their accom- plishments are: the best company, the possessors of the best platoon, and this year, they hope to get possession of the cup for intramural athletics which B Co. SIEHOLD, FOWLER, ISAVER. J X has held for so long. CREUEDIO A Co. SHIELD I u u l ' l ' ' 11511114 '. l-""'1 A A l l l l 90 l I l l ...,ggg--.--. - .-:L-:-. ...q - ....'--:'.g'-:.:. -f:---'----..:-4---1-:.--:1-.sz 2'.'f:'."-I-' '. .::' ,-:::-' .11g.:.... . ..-X-::L warm '1' tg.:Yggggg-:g::g.3:.-:.-rg---g::..r-'-11:11, 11t:::ii95:5g1w:.,":'xp'!-gh:-:gil-,gat :g.:'5Q Sfi'S11g!g?12::f:5LL'..-:. aff-ra::I-.-..1-'f.1.if1211s:1vt:4L'2 . 351:51 :11'.1- .-.v::g'-em? -'- Eizzeic-m21.':1::' 12 3155-.air ':cF21:f2.zs::555E:a1EgfS3:5.s,'hZg:-f:gP5S?5 'r 1-2241-211111:a'-,i:3--1-r2-',i3:E1:53J5a ff: ?Q1j5-i4':3:yQ-2wEQg2,45f2j::N155:g.g':NvEg-Lfq2::J'-1,2142-Q-4-22353-j.'::-:A13-'-'L-Q4an-r:1QgLQE2,z1gQ5hqL .4-Q..-. V- f .- - . ---- . - , -':-l g. fn. Jw-4 1 , .'.21,, , ., .ig ,, -I , ,. .. . .. 1 .. ,... . 1 .- 'mx , .V . . ... . .0 .., ,.:,, . . .- .U . ,i , ..- .H-. gh -,,,a'5 N. ,. ,S .H ,, A .,:""-QW, .4--"1'?:. ,'-" Iii ff . ' ff? "'.' ,Q-2 -1. 511:51 -Wfra. Aff-'. ..:I1:.. af THE SKIRMISHER I.. N1 ' f S - 1 ,ff It , ' ff' . ., . . , 'I+ 'I I er rf If ' " - I - -Q -1 4-using: - .- -:far gif' - I, 2 M Q Q II . Q Pi - , COMPANY "li" 1928-29 SWIMITR. l4I'I:K, .l.llhNBENhW. KUSH, ROSENIIERG, PRABIL, KL,x1's, GOGLIN, QUALKINBYHH, W, FHEIIIMAN, I. BELL, C. WKVAGNER, EISELT, ICI-IAIID FREEMAN. ' Swmnirl Run' -'l'HoMPAsoN, G. FEEHERY, W. FEE1-IEHY, YIMMERMAN, R. WAGNEII, SHAEEFEII, COXIE, IHIRNH, W. l3ImwN, HAMKLIAN, Mvllowmnx., GOLDSTINE, EDGELL, PIPER. Thirfl lfuu'-li1Im', IUIFKHAUT, P. SMITH, WEINSTEIN, NIYNN, W. ST. .IOHNH, W. ITENNIS, G. IKOBINHON, w'ILll.kI'PIli, .IoH.1NNEn, PRWE, J. NELSUN, 1fUBIN, AVEHY, PHINTUI-. Fnurth limi'--GOSLIN, R. SMITH, OHME, BLACKLIDQIE, R. NE1.:soN, G1'NDu1IM, SHAVER, PAYNE, Housr, lD1IE1.1,, l'EIm1-:'r1', H.KXN'KINS, COLLINS, .lox-1NsoN. Ffflh Hun--S1'NIn-I'moM, W. GROEHE, STAHRETT, GILMOHI-:, .,.. , J. ST. JOHNS, WHI'rwo1:1'H, Ii, M1I.I.I-In, Sl'Hl'LTZ, PRIESF, S, XYUGEL, C. RIUTKOVVBKI, Sirmo. B COMPANY RONOUNCED b man the darkest of dark horses, " B" Com an ' has alwavs . Y V . . P. .V - been recognized as the bane to all Winners In company competitions, and has formed the habit of a I earin at most unex ected moments 111 a contest, to cow . .. , PP 3 . . P , . P the prizes. W1th boghn out 111 front glV1Ilg the commands, and lxlaus repeating them to the first latoon While uall-:inbush informs the httle bo fs in the second P I . . 5 . platoon what to do, the company sails merrily along toward tl1e ultimate, and might We say, the definite goal of perfection. Sorry to relate, and yet with a certain pridef the company has more men o11 the varsity and lightweight teams than it can well allford, for that takes a great 11umber away from the intramural athletics, and leaves the brunt of the playing with the other mem- bers of the company. ln military the company ranks with the highest and many have picked it for tl1e win- --iwwfri:-.---.'1.x l'.'.'::'1'-'-'-'i--'-I- -2. BCO. SHIELD ner' the Colnpauy Com' GUGLIN ' - - I petition. l I I ' 'Ii'i'i'I '. f ., l.1lkv1, I I I 1 - 0 91 0 1 1 1 1 A 'iifiiflinf'-235:I:r:1::ilg5:l-v.-:-.'.-131:-2-512:ff!-2'.-v-'Ig:-gi:4-'11::m1::g.'.g--:1g..::::.-::.-V:--::::-:-z-.-If-ur:-.1-.---ru: ........ ..., -.-- . .....- . .. . ,. . . . ' I-'-iwff'-11-1 '-- :'ff5:-'nz 1 vs: : 1: -1117-'-7-1-' -TJ F:-'fx :::f1 1.1111-.xii :E2:E'.:-5l4331::1::2 E2 112' 11312 --1'-1352-I-5:1122 QT-xiii: : : fi:-55: 52-:::.-.-.'f51'.t-5+-21:Q-.-Z-::::3:3.3233591-12-2 9,1-'E'-:tqizfzf 1:-3513 1?Q1j!" f I - L -4-z a- : b f - Q , ' ,, -4:41. ..... , :...::::-A-,f..-Q-:..::..1f:.a:.:,1.3.3,.,:.,1.:,,g..,5,:,.55-512,31,:,51.:3i3-,55,.,:,,,:,:,,55.3,za1,535i.:l,5E33.3i?55-I35E55g5,i:2,335,555i555555,55ig3555ggk23'g5,Q3ggfffgrgggjigj-- fs- . . .. .. . . . . - .. COMPANY "C" 1928-29 Smfwl-VVOLFI-', IQAINS WALL.u'E, RxCH.uzDsoN, STADELMAN, Lrmrzow, ROBERT W.u,I,.xcE, BErNr:R.xUSK.w, T. IQEAT- mu., S1-UMMIN, W1EGMAN, H. ROBINSON. Sf-mm! Rflll'-'SC'HOFIELD, lN1APP, CANNON, RIDDLE, CAMPBELL, KNmHr, GRAVER, MCBRIDE, HOLM, COHEN, GOI'LD, SAUNDERS. Third Rm:--Giuvx-as, GENTLEMAN, Comms, HAAA, KIRN, WISW'ELL, G.AREN, F, BROWN, Goss, C. SMITH, XNATKINS, Lfxwum, BERZINSKY. Fuurlh RD1l7+GOBLE, MCGINTX', W. SMITH, CLARKE, CLEVEL.AND, RENBTROM, SCANLON, CiRAN'l', FHOEMXE, S1Nc'L.un, PETERSUN, TJUDLEY. C COMPANY AKING probably the greatest strides of any company in the battalion, "CN Company has risen from a group of cadets who were not wanted any place, to the complex system that exists today. In the first years of day-student life, the cadets were a part of the boarding-student companies. Here they were not given a chance to air any company spirit, or to develop that individuality that is so essential to create a strong organization. For many years, the day- student company has been rising in importance, both in military and athletic lines, but it was not till this year that they have seriously threatened taking the cup away from B Co. in the intramural athletics. On the varsity and light- weight teams the following men have carried the com- pany over to victory, Roblt Wiallace, Sinclair, Scanlon, S. R. Vliallace, C. Smith, R. Fischer and Vllatkins. ROBERT XVALLACE C Co. SHIELD 92 -tggsv iifiu ww iiaz-. L In Agrligzr 'Qi' iff:-. 7 1: . . . . -'ff K Akx Lim. ,-.lakh ,AH lipu ' . , q... - .. .. . , , , , --.H -,A I- um - ,- 5 .- '.- . '. ' 1 I --.-L., " '..:l .I .',',- 5 Z., TH E SKIRMISH ER ' b i f - 4" 1 Y- 4'-if V x -as '--f ,,. he . 1 .542-f 'F' -v +- -W -4 M aw- '- wi, is : ,Q'if:"q:jQi'If:-'jx91 Afr:4-',QQ,e'Afig , 5K1v31' 5,g: 41cWi5a??g:'i,u 1 vAii.l c Z mc!-X60 ij 'I-Lmoas, 'V 'pl' ACP0 THE BAND Sitting-I.,xvERx', G. Wxmom., RENAUD, Wooo, Scaormun, WILDAI'R, LOEFFLER, Bnncsfrnom, VVlEnsEM.x. Smurf! Run-iF.u"ron, Fiscnmn, HUB!-m, SNYDER, BERN, SN.xsx-1ALx,, L. Gnomm, IXKNNER, Lowmx Thml Huw--Honsr, BOVMA, BURGEL, HODGES, RIBBENTROP, SAMYELS, NORTH, CAP1'AxN Illia-wav. BAND COMPANY NJOYING its second year of individuality, the band celebrates by producing the best music the Academy has had for years. lt Was last year for the first time that the band Was organized as a separate unit, and it has profited im- mensely by the change. Bergstrom is the first lieute- - nant, and heis ably assisted by Hodges, who operates the tuba. Judging by other com- panies in the corps, the band seems to have a superlluity of officers and non-coms, but the result of this method has shown up favorably in their music and in their drill-Work. It cannot be said that they are lacking in spirit either. BAND SHXELD BERGSTROM in-in f- - , ff. ' "M af-.Qs-."' 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VOGEL, BERGSTROM, HEBB, FRODIN. Third Rau'-G. WIEGEL, BEINERAUSKAE, QUALKINBUEH, Honcns. BATTALION ORGANIZATION Battalion Commandfr and Fint Captain. , . KIACDUFF CID Battalion Adjutant and Captain , . SCHNUR C55 Panronnel Aldjutarzt and Firxt Lirutmzatzt . IIEBB C52 Quartrrmaftrr and Firxt Lieutfnatzt FRODIN C65 Sfrgrant lllajor and Firft Sfrgfant . FORBES CI, Staj Sfrgraut and Firft Srrqfant CARRERA C13 Supply Sfrgrant and Fir!! Sfrgranl . . RVALL C73 Color Srrgmnt and Fimt Srrgfatzt . SCHULZE C83 A CONIPANY CaptairzfCREDEDIo C415 Ut Lz'rutrnarzt-VOGEI. C4Dg 2nd Lifutenant-WIEGEI. Czjg 1.fl SrrgrantA R. NIILLER C3Dg St'fgl't1lZl5'XVILLIAlNIS, BENNETT, R. Kuss, BOWMAN, NIANCINE, HUTCHINS5 Corpnralr- PEAIRS, HESLER, NOVAK, WOZNIAK, G. JOHNSON, LANCE, GRAU, RUBENSTEIN, BOCIN. B COMPANY fjdDfdi?I'GOGL1N C314 Ift Lirutfnaur-KLAUS C115 2776! LiI"LLft'7IIl7ll'Ql7ALKINBUSH C3Dg 1.rt Sw- gvant-W. FREEMAN Cglg Sfrgfantf-BELL, PRASIL, EISELT, VV. Kuss, li. VVAGNI-LR, IROSENBERG. Corporal,r4IIANsEN, R. FREEMAN, GUNDRLIM, PRICE, BURK, S. VOGEL, AVERV, I.. JOHNSON, SCHULTZ. C COMPANY CHPIQIIIYROBERT XVALLACE C255 nt Lieutenant-LEATZOW Czjg Ztld Lifulflltl7Il1BEINERAUSKASCID? Irt SFTgFd7ll1KEATING C4Dg St'l'i,Qt'd7Zl'.f1IlAINS XKVALLACE, SEAMAN, SHIMMIN, STADELMAN, RICHARDSON, WIEGNIANQ Cl1TP070l.f'GAREN, W. SMITH, ROBINSON, SINCLAIR, C. SMITH, COIIEN, XNOLFF, NICGINTY, RATHJE. BAND IJ! Liratfz1a11tfBERosTRoM C3Dg 271:17 Lifutmtavzt W. 0.4HODGESQ Ift Sffg!'Ll7If'BERN C6jg Sn- gf0?Il.T7GIiOEBE, BOIIMA, NIANEELY, FACTOR, Corporalf-R. XVIEGEL, DANNER, LAVERY, I,oEFI-'LER, NORTH, SIEN, SNASHALL, RIBBENTROP, R. 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A ,A ' . . A ij- , L.. - . . ... .. . in 7 c.'f f "' ' THE SKIRMISHER ' .W V " 4 "-Fx ' -.T ,, A , Ab . .M 'ic' 5' .. ,. f, xx- fix ,. it-- -W, Q R- " - 5. u,, W , .. w--- c' -, ff .- ' F .-A. ,f.-1 ..-A fl' f HW.. "' ,MAJ ,iff . pg jf: 3:-' " ..,. ,J ffg, 'f xg' T-1'-'. -f '13::::" " fgnl' yr: '-"Ta, - i, i .- . -W., -4 .. V: - HQWS' - ' 31. fx IX rlX VIXWU -4 -. -..E. ?!'fPv4'FE:i355if5a:'as5'i5f3: t-CA iff fx X GUARDIANS-FIRST SEMESTER Firsl Ruw-ROBT. WALLACE, CREDEDIO, SCI-INUR, CABRERA, f,fOGLlN. Semrzrl Huw!-BELL, W, FREEMAN, E. WAGNER, GUNDRUM, P. YOGEL, Tlzirfl Hou'-R. IVIILLER, A. M. BENNETT, BURK, LEATZOVV, IQLAUS THE 1929 GUARDIANS FIN! Sfm rfffr Sfmnd St'7llI'.Vfi'I' SENIORS SENIORS SCHNUR CREDEDTO SCHNUR CREDEDIO WVALLACE, ROBERT CABRERA XNALLACE, ROBERT CAER1-:RA KLALIS GOGLIN KI.AUS RSOGLIN LEATZOW XYOGEL, P. LEATZOVV VOGEL, P. ,IUNIORS ,IUNIORS NIILLER, R. BELL, I. KIILLER, R. XVILLIAMS FREEMAN, W. BENNETT, A. XI. FREEMAN, NV. BENNETT, A SOPHONIORICS SOPHOXIORES WAGNER, Ii. GUNDRIVRI BOUMA XIANCINE, A BURK. R. NVAGNER. li. FRESHKIAN CATCH ROBABLY nothing this year has so thoroughly carried out its original purpose as the organization of the Guardians of the lX'lorgan Park Spirit. Their presence has been felt at all times and they have so loyally toiled for a better lVIorgan Park that any task requiring a loyal, chivalric, friendly spirit has been referred to them. Paramount in the accomplishments of the organization is the obtaining of the use of the Alumni Hall after lX'Iess lllg and the orderly management, and establishing of a beautiful tradition speaks better than Words for them. Next in importance comes the treatment of teams from other schools. This has made such a marked improvement that it has evoked comment from the visitors and coaches of the other teams. , : 4 5 ,.- n I I I 96 I 1 l 1 I i go QA l l A ., .. z...,:4,:.553..:.gi5g.5j.j.g11,,:,:,:55 4. j5:.,L2amz.:EEi'553E..g55g::3:i5:2255L5555-5iv.i1E5j3:3:3?5,3.:Hg,3:ig.g.+.E2Eg45:5g5gg-:555-.':I.g,..",-3.1:'.:,.33:4yt,.-:,.:. ii.: .iE:::1.5.:- SKIRMISHER STAFF 1929 First Rau'-FACTOR, A. M. BENNETT, Rams WALLAPE, I'IU'rr'HINs. Sf-mm! Rnw-Monn, Pmms, BURK, RICHARD FREEMAN. THE 1929 SKIRMISHER N A last review of the pages of this book it is necessary to note that the names which appear on the stall page are not the only ones who worked and aided in its development. To these friends the staff expresses gratitudeg especially to: Nlr. Harold Ollier, M. P. M. A. ,26, who has done even more than might be expected as representative of the jahn and Ollier Engraving Company. Also to lN'lr. Paul Robertson, of the Rogers Printing Co., whose expert advice on printing matters has been a bulwark of strength. The Daguerre Studio, under Mr. Hauschner, has co-operated in every possible detail with the editor and have done much outside of the regular duties. To Nlr. Frederick Borchert, thanks must be given, for his clever drawings which have done so much to add the necessary dash to the division pages. And last but not by any means least, both credit and thanks are to be given to Nlr. Hugh Price, to whose aid and experience this book owes its very existence. And who has aided the stall, not only as an advisor but as a friend. Finally, on behalf of the class of 1930 we wish to thank all those of the staff who as under-classmen or seniors have lent such a willing hand to the success of another class's venture. WVALLACE ' H m-cmws 97 ...mf . " 'i v?m"7g'3t'W S3ag:5c-.. , :if -. 7' T- , Q--.. 4 i -i ' - air-I -f 2, . .-. ' .-. is-'u-4, 4. 334.m,.., x.. , . . THE SKIRMISHER . .. . ,.. ,.s ,Q- R. ,.. , M... ., PM .A 4 ,iz-M ,L f -' J- .N N-. , fr '4 . :fi H ,rib QT fee c. . FF js, 4 5 , ., ...S :, .... - Y 1 ?. . 1, .- '.-. -"' Y' Nw' ...-.- , - . ..-,...Z- -, :.A-- ' --.ik I'-.. r -, . f N 5 u 5 . np: 46.-. ff' . "'-- ,?f.I fE':+-'5:1- I . Q: Q- rf 'ff ' 7: ,.5JL.s sZ'r--"- ' 1:1-. --: . - . I- EF .J ww 4,1 I -fx .-1 -we gn . .. - , . . ,,. w.: -a-: ..-of -:,,gIf 'E U' qv Jw' --. pc' "L 1, 7 I4 -M . ,N , , g ,,. .. 1: , if gy wx ACADEMY NEWS STAFF 1928-20 Fifrsl If01l"C:.-KBRERA, CREDEDIO, T. HEATING, HERB, FRODIN, RAINH WALLACE, G. WYIEGEL. Swrurzrl lfozl'-RIUHARD FREEMAN, LEATZOVV, FORBES, SCI-INIIR, fiUNDRUM, A. M, BENNETT. Thin! Hou--SHREWSEURY, R. BURK, STADELMAN, RUBENSTEIN, NORTH. ACADEMY NEWS THE STAFF Editorial RUBE S. FRODIN, RICHARD D. HERB, JR. . . Co-Editor: VERNON CREDEDIO, S. R.-XINS XNALLACE, JR. Afyociatf Editorf GEORGE VVIEGEL ..,... Sportx Editor BENNETT, GUNDRUINI Affiftant Sporzf Editor: SCHNUR .... . Military Editor R. BURK, C. SMITH, R. FREEMAN . . Reporter: Bufiizeff THOMAS KEATING , . . . Bufinefy Manager WILLIAM CABRERA Circulazion Manager STADELMAN i . . . Asfiftarzt CAPTAIN PAYNE Faculty Adzvifor SIDE from being a recreational activity, the Academy News has proved valuable as a study in journalism and the art of telling a story in a clear manner. Easily keeping up with the phenomenal growth of other items and activities iII the Academy, the Academy News staff has raised the standard of the publication to a pitch never before reached in the history of the school. . . . , I . N I , I Q 98 . l . I AC, 5 . l I l if-5-ig-xg.,Q.f2f,v.g.g55,-'1 .gjQr.h.g5Qg.,,g 'L:.4""-Ls' fe'-'-5-..,L.jgg"' ' '3f4.LL.,-'3,1g,gf-55, g':1.k.'v1iiL,:: up , .vt-7 A aff.: sfsiawges f ie f fwhl ff- SEEN sw a y- 'E"!12:A::i" :-n-3:-.'." 5:zf'1'i1-" ' 2---E-.1--:f '.?.-:--L---:J'f.:f5:r::tr7!21:--71:5 7-:::.:"ff--I-:1" ':.:-:-7:1-515'57'-!f5:f::ff31:T-:-11?--rg.:--??I:.11e'E.I::iff-::::,j:g:::!7::1z::f7'g -1?-.1:l---:--5:552125,::"Qbi'-'-712'-'fY'41i'1f19:v:1fr:!U:3 - .Bs-.--.-u:3s::-.fri-li'm-.1fa:5.:::K::.1-,-'nt':v-:::.z-aniuzazuwl61:-rx:39?-z:-5?:f1:::,g.::-1:b.:1:::rg-':,z.::fg:2g::::::.-rr::-1.w:.1--.mr-f:1:a'.:f-zzz:-gf.-::::-zaiml:-ans:--mv:-1-r--4.e--1-heL-.-mass:-:.v4.:-s--:::.:w A rn ,su Y 1 L J .fQgf'1g5..Q.--'Q X ' ' as . i- 'WYW-ect hz, w -1 "sw- , , W, A A ,I ,- 115-.'j. ...H jiri-, qi"IQ CA-,"- , ' ' ' 1 'H . , L I n '45, ,-. 7- "1 V " -:,".5-31,155-7.:":::" '- R ""'1- .- C .- -. .. - iI.' ,, '-I.. -gx vq, - Q -.zr 1 V- :V 'gI:,'M 5: 'L' - Q. " .' .wr 'T A A+ A' 'A A ','- 'fx"A A ., if 1' as ,, A 1 1, -4 1 i f 9' K .s RIF gf!! E MI' as 1 8 l ' ph. .xillfq I -m sn , AN 923, If .1 X 4 I rx . wut x y 4 J X :ir VJ- ck I i i. DN ' -t .1 J 3 l l l l ORCHESTRA 1929 Lvf! to Right, Standing-RIDDLE, DANNER, Honsr, SAMUELS, Norrm. Scaled-BERN, GROEBE, Fxscimn, SCHQFIELD, LAVEHY, STARRETT, BERGSTROM. O R C H E S T R A O ONE can help feel, as one listens to the strains of the Academy orchestra, some indication of the time and labor spent in bringing P the or anization to its resent hi h sta e of erfection. There is that 8 P 8 8 P oneness of time and tune that repays Captain Hirschy for the hours he spent in selecting, testing, and organizing the material he had. This does not imply that there is a lack of material, for the turnout was splen- did and there was keen competition, even for those men who played last year. Great things are expected of the orchestra, both this year and in years to come, and We can make a safe bet that all our expecta- tions will be justified. A ' 99 "" i i i h 9 .Q QQ, , I Q I l tm . 1 z... ,.. X :- .fee 'Li' "A ' ' J ' "- n V: 'N .. '- me sxmmsmaa , , ,. 5 L of - "" ""-. w J' hs. ,lf -. s ' .X ,A , 1 . , , L N M 1 f t, I . X, . '-. 1. I " ' ' ' X - . .- . ' 1' -c' 'W 14 5. ' I I. nl' H. , 'km x rj' 4 f. -fgrqk .1555 -35: WL " -. L . . 4115, ' Wx 1 K ' ,a -r - -Q . 3' HH 'J' N 52 " " 4 ', . -. .,,., J. v . M- N , -t 4 , M .!' , 4 .J .U -A . t ., 5 A -g I 7, , -W -fx A- -' -...r -e 'v was at-. - -. 5 A A THE FORENSIC LEAGUE 1929 ig!'fllP1IiHEBB, R,AINS WALLACE, WALL, FRODIN. :bill7lff'I'IlfjiC.XBRER.X, C.APTAIN PRXNGLE, CONKLIN, FACTOR, THE FGRENSIC LEAGUE WO years ago a chapter of the National Forensic League was formed at the Academy. This was the first year that the Academy has belonged to any such league. The debators have not been as successful as might be desired, but, taking into consideration the fact that a new system of debate was being used, the record was not bad. Two dual debates, one with VVheaton Academy and one with Wauke- gan High Sghool, were lost by close margins. Then the affirmative team won from Riverside High School and the negative won, by default, from Streator High School. The allirmative team consisted of Rains Vlfallace, Cabrera, and Conklin. The negative of Frodin, VYall and Hebb. The oratory was much more successful, winning, very decisively, the Inter- academic Oratorical Contest, held at the Central Y. Nl. C. A. High School. Rains Wallace represented the school in this contest. The declamators have as yet not been picked but the elimination contest which decides which men will represent the school, will be held soon, so that the winners will have a chance to practice before the contest. At the present time the Academy is one of the leading chapters in the league, having two Degree of Honor men in the chapter. This is next to tl1e highest honor that can be awarded to a member of the league. The degree is based upon the number of points which the man has received for participation in contests. 100 Q ' ' 4 5 t i 1 i I if f '.'.'.-A'-fl'-1-1"3--111--.52--11':,..g.'-.-':g-13123-Ug7f.Z:g..Z!ggZ'--:--- TZ--.g..- .::--f-.:'g.H:-2'g12::Fg'f-:..:-g.-1--L-,.. ,.,.11:f21..,r.5--:::fZ:ZZ.7.....-,.-g...:1,,7 , .5,,'...'---r.:::-f:,::-mr..,. .... .,..-...-.. 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Like a sauce to the pudding, the end-men sprinkled wit and gags copiouslv over the songs, and "Coon" Sander's unpremeditated antic was probably the hit of the show. 'Twas with a sigh of regret that Goglin rose to announce the finale, for everyone was having a grand time, and the closing song seemed more like a roar of regret at the sud- den close than a good-by shout. Then followed a brief intermission, during which the Alumni, who felt the urge to once again get on the stage, gave a short sketch in which many of the stars of shows gone by were again given the chance to do their stuff. Among these were Bob Dillon, "Chuck" Thomas, Jimmy Galligan, and Tom Burke. I 4 1 v I .,. uri.. ll 4 fx I I Kiki' ,1ii.LCD 104 ol lgig 'I35i7i'5'.if ' ifif5E45f?E52i7'ZG5i1s.-9:5-223:???f-z-59975-?'7f:"'ff-'-a1:.2+-:'.'1a2F'EILQLEL'-:PL-sic::qi .aiaaffft ' 155151: ernfffzwf. ::i3e22::f- 1:-' 121 - - t-.fa.,-f.5.,.-.,,.,,::,,. Q.. .,.1-.vs-1.1 as .-J.. , f..f,. I. . .,,. . 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Horst proved uproariously funny with his "plus-eights" and his string of snappy comebacks, while "lid" Larsen in truth made the seats ring with a tempestuous, "Here, sir," when Wallace, as Colonel Barelyable called the roster. The bull-ringers regretfully wended their way OH across the campus and Factor comes cn the scene. hlary Nlakem, Scanlon in disguise, carries on a love affair with Otto, but returns to the arms of "Bob" Garen at the end of the sketch. As quickly as it started, so did it end, and the crowd slowly withdrew to tl1eir domiciles, while the cadets, with cosmetics still hanging on their drooping lids, trooped joyously out with thought of '6cits," girls, cars,-but that's another story. So all in all the show was a huge success. if Xlr. and Mrs. Darflar, our two smiling coaches, were just the pair needed to put us over in great style. To them belongs the glory- give 'em a great big hand. 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The only thing which seemed to annoy our cadets at this dance was the fact that the Missouri boys were so handsome. In the future we'll see to it that the Missourians furnish their own partners. The regular Football Dance came on December 15th and although it was quite cold outside the old Gym Was plenty Warm and there was a large crowd present. Most of the members of the squad attended, however, there were some who thought that they could feel more at home on the gridiron than on a wax floor and these few failed to attend. The Motherfs and Fatherfs Dance, the first formal of 1929, was held on Feb- ruary 9th. Although it was again a very cold night many of the parents were present giving the affair an air of stateliness not often witnessed in the old Gym. All told the dance proved to be one of the most impressive affairs of the season. VVhat could well be called the most brilliant and happiest event of the season came on March 16th when in connection with the Minstrel Show Dance the Guardians staged their second annual Masquerade Ball. This event naturally drew one of the largest crowds of the year and every type imaginable from an escaped convict to Cleopatra herself could be seen strutting about among the gaudy decorations and flying confetti, streamers, and balloons. General whoopee was raised by all and it will be sometime before those who attended forget that glorious evening. The cadet officers were given a chance to strut their stuff on April the twentieth when after three days of decorating they invited the corps, faculty and friends to help enjoy the fruits of their labor. The old saying, " Clothes make the man" was certainly applicable to this affair, for with all their gold braid, sashes, and various other trappings the officers certainly looked resplendent and if they felt half as good as they looked we cannot help but think that they had a wonderful time. This seasons group of informals were considered the largest and best ever held on the campus. The school kit' is rapidly increasing in size and where the big floor of 'si' the Gym used to seem immense to those attending hops ,Rig of but a few years ago, the same floor when compared MXN to the large crowds of this year seems but just large Qffwif enough and a stroll about the campus in between dances '11, is coming to be appreciated more than ever. 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'Lf'-+ wif' Ns! 'Hs-. Ni. W-f. V--' 12. . . . HOME OF 'rim Low!-:R SCHOOL THE LGWER SCHOOL EST BARRACKSI What a myriad of memories this picture can arouse. A living place for those of the Lower School-a spot sacred to memories, for the grad. The're happy years, these breathless times spent in the Lower School. They are years of Wonderful discovery, of awakening, of life spent only in the enjoyment of life. It is here that the athlete first feels the thrill of the clean tackle, first learns something of the technique of the hardwood floor, and first learns to hit the ball and hit it hard and clean. It is here that the scholar first feels the joy of work well done, first tackles a task and realizes that he has overcome it. It is here that friendships form, that the truly great lesson of association is learned, 'and leader- ship is first realized. Yes, they are years of work. But they are glorious with fun. VVhat graduate can forget the first day so full of surprises and promise, or the first realization that he had made one of the teams. Remember, remember, remember, for there is so much to reminisce about. Wlhen you and your roommate had that grand tussle and Captain came in and caught you. How scared you Were, waiting outside of that fatal door, Waiting for the little buzz which bid you enter. And then when you got in, you saw a kindly looking man who smiled, and told you it was alright but not to do it again. Weren't you happy? You joined hands with your roommate and danced in circles from sheer relief. Happy days! And then after what seemed a long-long winter, Spring came. You lolled around and eagerly awaited graduation. High schoole- high school, two words filled with glorious significance. Then, finally graduation did come, you sang a song in what you imagined was a deep voice and Colonel Abells gave you your diploma. 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' .yi 1 -ts ' 'vga' ' -.Lfjf is .V ,. ,.. ., .fx , J- f - .-.474 iff' '5' . 'ffil-. A INA A' A A Q A 's A- A A A A CAPTAIN HERMIXN lvl.-XYH EW Principal HE growth and development of the Lower School has been phenomenal to say the least, behind it all stands one man, a man who is recognized by all with whom he comes in contact, as being really fine. It is significant that those members of the class of IQ3O, who graduated to- gether from the Lower School, left behind, as a class gift, a portrait of this man. Here we pay tribute to him again, this time not only for ourselves but for those present members of the Lower School who are unable to do so. The Lower School owes him a debt which is beyond repayal. It was he who came to the institution when it had an enrollment of a scattering few. It was he who fought and planned, who dreamed and built, shaping the destiny of the big little school. After years of struggle and toil, his dream came to the point of realization, here his great importance to those boys which he held, became even more apparent. As the enrollment grew larger and problems grew, it was he who, diverting that great fighting spirit into the channels of wisdom, dealt with them in such a way as to help the school and, what he deemed even more important, the boyl The boys! This has been the battle cry which he has forever kept before him. Vlihen something was done, it was for the boys, when plans were made, it was the boys who reaped the benefitsg for he put the welfare and development of one of his boys ahead of all else. It is always hard to realize greatness when it stands before us. But with the passing of the years we realize more and more what great things he has done, just as we feel sure, the Lower School cadets will do. XVe take this last oppor- tunity to express our gratitude to Captain Herman hlayhew, a man who has done a great service not only for our school, but for ourselves. Vlie, along with the Lower School cadets realize that we will always be his boys. . - ., l i - ' W 109 - ' ' l AQ' A pp- wg lg11s.l5J,! " "g"'?3:' Q"T'.f' 'c "if Log. 'L,17'iQL -as f 9 A -"4affes?9 e w.VQ2 .11:,1+'i???7f15'1 were 'V -iff: I-5-1.5-1-1:-1,1-'2::::..:. ,g..g, .rr-'..:,... g. -:-.'--1'-12:-zz:-1:1-z. ---.-1--Lg.. .,p111:..: .r., g,.-gg...-., .g --.. ..g:-,., j-,.2T2:.1:.-:g,:'-:-.3.-.-. . .. e.'-use-h.naw9514.4-,aa.aeguzmsazsg::mesa-bias:-1s.r:ms:a:52Ss.....,,-----'aimsz:Ea-:ra-fs?-:s:s,m:au::sssazeara..'.--'14Q:new-::a:.::u:si2:a:::a:s-1-3 "W J -. . ' 'JE is, .- . J +2 5' THE SKIRMISHER f -'-f Tr- fl "H-if' '121 .-. 1' ' -'f:7:' T: Y, ,,.. 1. - V .-,, - . '43, '91, "',,,"'f' --E jf' 'si- ifE""f.Q, '51 As A- l 7 l THE EIGHTH GRADE EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS GUY LATOURETTE . Prefidenz GEORGE JACOBS . . Vice-President RALPH SIEBOLD . . . Secretary ROBERT ARCUS Sfrgeant-at-Arm: HE eighth grade class of 1929 is the largest in the history of the Lower School. The class has been divided into two groups under Captains Wilson and Birdgeford, to give the members more individual attention and instruction. The members of the eighth grade class are the leaders in all athletic and military activities, as well as Lower School social events. Although they will be missed by those who know them and come in contact with them, they are expected to make good wherever they go, and it is sincerely hoped that they will all attend the Upper School. . l . V . . , . i ' 4 A to O A l . 1 Q ...,,,f,,Q.HJ' :.'ijMQ,.3ifl'Ag' gli' av I-.zz '111,-11:121-'gi-14'::.:.:LAa .1L.:..f.- . 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LOWER SCHOOL BUGLERS AND DRUMMERS I'vI'I'9f Ifmr-I.Evx', NIl'HfJL.XS, Iuxuulolwx, SNYDER, HPROUL, AI.-KGNUSSEN, JOILGENSEN, S.XliIJi'1'O, Ihrmuuowsxx. Sm-om! Row-HOKIN, STRUOK, ROOT, WAGNEH, BRITIGAN, STOGEN, NVGENT 1125 EMFQHQ IEQQ gin? -I .sg Y xi A1,x , 53. .tg-3, v U 4? uh as 'Af A-'-fA-11-A A' A A A 1 f .4 ,t 1 .1 db ' 5 an A -' W ' '45-".-f -. -XF. .-na -. .-LM -.--, . .- O M .J . 1 me sxlnmsnsa --f s '- fir. ' lf. - -- GU-v 'f Q1-412 -2 wrt - Q? ,F-, --ff 31 ' ' 'H' '- ' ' -' ' ' - 4- - - v T . vw ..-, V -Q, 3.- - X 1 8 A ri,-..,-.,.,,m N M i,, ,-viii' , x"""' --'L LOWER SCHOOL HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL SQUAD First Rllll"IjUMBROW'SKI, SIEBOLD, WILLIS, RICHARDS, PIERCE, COTHARIN, S'mUc'K, BOTH, BAIL1-:N. Sn-um! R!l7L"SEE, EIDMAN, SPROUL, DENN1s, FLYER, NORTON, BRITIGAN, HROVVN, ROOT, C.APT. CLEMNIEII LOWER SCHOOL HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL HE Lower School Heavyweight team played seven games, of which they lost three, won three and tied one. Their opponents were mostly grade school boys except one, which was a high school lightweight second team. Some of their games were played at home and some were played away. There was a rather small squad this year, but there was plenty of good material to make up for it SCHEDULE Oct. 2 Morgan Park O Crystal Lake 6 Oct. I6 Nlorgan Park 6 Onarga O Oct. IQ hforgan Park 2I St. Barnabas O Oct. 27 lylorgan Park O Crystal Lake O Nov. 3 Nlorgan Park IQ Onarga O Nov. IO Xlorgan Park 2 Niorgan Park High 6 Nov. I7 Nlorgan Park 0 St. Albans 6 Total Morgan Park 48 Opponents 18 1 il' I Y l l ,"' 1 I I i ' AQ 114 LA 1 i .. -,UL 5. .,., , , 4, ., ,.,. , . I ,T . . , Q A ,-E,...B.5. -if ..E. .- 4 .:r.. QL 595 rt QE? ' 1 .- -zwsrizffi-'f34?':-?'1i-V555 5.25 ,251-Y . . fm THE sxmnlsmsa - ' '-ff 'ifilif '1 " -1 ff ' . A . .V-. ' , ,-f-v t--: u NY -rlfii 'Yi.1...' ' 'wi' 'lg -,?7' 32 55 i'f:..'- f A -- A- A 'YA i1'A-1, fffv A . A X l LOWER SCHOOL LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL SQUAD First Rm:--BUREL, DOVER, FERGUB, NEUFFER, J. GOULD, KOPPB, NICHOLAS, P. BRUVVN, J. ROBINSON. Sfrzrrifllfo11'+ACKERMAN, JORGENSEN, SLAYTER, J. Mauna, NUGENT, ATLESON, lVlAGNUBBEN, DJCITINZY, C.kPT. W11.soN. LOWER SCHOOL LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL HE lightvveights played six games this year, winning five games and losing only one. They had no regular schedule, but arranged games whenever possible. This team under the coaching of Captain Elliott had the real fighting spirit which is traditional at lylorgan Park. From such teams as this come the victorious Morgan Park varsity teams. SCHEDULE Oct. 16 lX'Iorgan Park I3 Algonquin o Oct. 27 hflorgan Park 7 107 Street IQ Oct. 30 Nlorgan Park 6 Harvard O Nov. IO Morgan Park 1 2 107 Street 7 Nov. I7 Morgan Park I 2 Algonquin o Nov. 21 Nlorgan Park 25 Harvard 6 Total Morgan Park 75 Opponents 31 X 1 1 - V A 115 C91 I W 1 ..L1.. .. -.-- -..-. -...-.:-.-.- .. .: !:. - "r . . ,. -. -. , , , -g.. 51-.:-. g-f3 --:.5.,- .....- ...w uz-.. ..,.. :. :.:..gg, ,....-5. --: -4-. 1. ..-. z e.::.g:: 25.-.--. q-g-,-,-1:-3.12.1-5-.-'y----:I ..... - - -,.- .. . .... .......,-.V ,..-.1-.gf :-....-.m-.-f5..- .' .... ,.,,..-..yg,.-,.- ., --.-....- ---- --.. .11-gg-..-.g..y . ,..g,.:,. ,, ,,.... ---.g- . ?k:1Sr.w-321532:-xi-life-TA.':L:-1's'5..-ff-:amp-Llc.-Lv:Q?'-.am-v1.-4-FL-ui!-'-i::5':--H:-3--m-'.-xr.-Za4....fasi-'5.'ra-:---!-1--'.'F::-r'k--1Y---f:r:l---f:--'--'ww "TW---'--'-v-'-" -' A-3--3------I-ln'--3'--I . llrj fi- 1 Hz- ...,.. .-..a fill' THE SKIRMISHER ,,,, ,fa I r .f ' I i LK' -. I ...... ,:-..,,,, M,.,,.2i 1..,.,, E9 N41 , Q... "-- 'xiii' U. ""' .taiwan-razaz-a'f:1':-z1-mv--.'---g:-:va-.:q.-w--4-g.---Q..-:Q Gigi ' ' 3: "' "' i' A - A ' A ' A ' A M ei? ' Ax A " Q1 HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL TEAM First Rll1l"POULSEN, DENN1s, WILLIS, ISRITIGAN, ISALLARD. Nmwnul IfIlIl"RICH.KRDS, POOT, COTHARIN, CAPT. CLEMMER. LOWER SCHOOL HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL " H12 Lower School Heavyweight team played seven games, winning two losing six, and tieing none. Their opponents were all of grade school age All of their games except two were played at home. The squad was just large enough for two teams, and although the boys all did their best, that seemed to be too large a handicap to overcome without more men on the team. SCHICDULIL lan. 6 Xlorgan Park Ridge Park 41 Jan. IO Xlorgan Park Arlington I7 jan. I7 Xlorgan Park Algonquin 26 Jan. Zl Morgan Park Onarga 24 jan. ZQ Morgan Park St. Albans 27 Feb. 3 Morgan Park Algonquin 39 Feb. 7 Xlorgan Park St. Albans 24 Feb. I2 Morgan Park Albany Park IQ Total Morgan Park I33 Opponents 215 i U N Q 116 F ' . 1 l - 1 A Q l i l l i W I . 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The squad was very small and not able to win consistently because of this fact. SCHliDL'LlC jan IO Morgan Park 8 107 Street 12 Jan I7 hlorgan Park 9 Algonquin IS jan ZQ Morgan Park I2 III Street Q Feb 3 Klorgan Park I2 Algonquin I3 Feb. I2 Morgan Park I6 107 Street IO Total Klorgan Park 57 Opponents SQ l l A X A 1 ' ' A l A A I I r - i ' l l 1 . 1 A 11' A i i i ' jif3':.,A555551':L1.:1,1g,IQ!a2'225if5Lj 155 tiffizei'3Q'5.iZiffii:'5?j'.if,3z'5gj','f?g't'j.i Q51,'gjQ1tf'51:123,5EiQ3fe:g53j.Qf2F2i?5fjfiiii'iffjjgfi f,fffiIf-'ffij . -.v.G.- - . - -z-'- . 111. -1. .... ,ai-5, . :., iq . ' .4" Mmm mlsgxshn ' . f.. .ak . . THE SKIRMISH ER - .... , -. 'Q . , 1 AF .ap Iv- if ,, 455' A Rm. 1, .1 di' I x f . ' H t r T - H ,QR .,,,3:'lx ..'. 'Q fw.-. -59 QB. -"" . .5 ,. :ff ,. . . , '1 vw " ' ' 'gfi '.'f --' ' -1- " xqq., git- - b . v - I .gg .Legg--' v"- :1:.'7!"- ---56 3 WNY' 'I' ,- . 'ix-' -Q: S 2 5 A 1 "" K - if .. ' Am. MOV! G EC E. 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" ll 0 Q X ff I 4 I ,,, .C " iw 4.1-:id-xl , - Zips. .T'41 , I' " SEPTEMBER OCTOBER I2-VVhoopsl Back again. Greetings, regis- trations, room assignments, get together, ice cream, and what have you? I3-6:00 A.INI. first call-6:04 turn over- 6:o8 get up-6:12 late reveille. Oh, welll Such is life at a military school. I4-Classes start in earnest in Blake Hall and Hansen Hallg so does drill. What a green bunch of bratsl 15-First football scrimmage. Looks like we're going to have a good team. 16-Many parents out to visit. Self conscious brats stroll around the campus striving to look nonchalant, without the aid of a Murad. I7-EVSTYOHC surprised. Captain Gray has not yet given annual chapel talk. 19-Murphy thinks QFD he's insulted. A soph called him a "brat". Stick up for your rights freshmen-Ha, ha. 22-New Nlenis dance. Hot music, pretty girls, bashful cadets Cand those not so bashfull and all the rest-if you know what I mean. 25-This rainy weather should develop some excellent swimmers on the football squad. Vogel is steadily improving in the breast stroke, Bell prefers the crawl. 26wItem in the Academy News: GIRLS TAKE NOTICE! The cadets are too busy playing football to have dates. 28-First game of the season. Warriors tie Aquinas. Life is just one disappointment after another. 29ALights tie Bloom o-o. Heyl Is this a habit. O 3-Nlembers of the golf squad shiver through nine holes at Ridge. Schnur is elected president of the Guardians. 4iCO3.Cl1 Fleming broadcasts over station W.L.S. A group of cadets who were with him sent KI. P. IW. A.'s melodious yells Qthat's what I saidj hurtling through the ether. 6AHeavies lost to Mt. Carmel 13-6 in last minutes of play. Oh! Death where is thy sting. Anyway the Lights beat Tilden. 7-Battalion Church. Movies in the evening. 9-These bearded men. Will they never shave? Is this a military academy or the House of David? 11-Freshmen are urged to purchase tickets for the approaching pep meetings. 12-Lights trounce Pullman. Pep meeting in the evening. Captain IWahon in charge. Many frosh failed to get tickets. We must look into thisl 13-Heavies down Wayland. We usher at Navy-Notre Dame game. 15-I.. johnson was seen studying today. YVill wonders never cease? zo-Here's a hard pill to swallow. Varsity loses to Onarga in first conference game by six lone points. A battle from start to finish. 2lfDedication of Hansen and Alumni Halls. Big doin's. 24-Colonel Burton of Missouri Military School takes mess with corps. Tell's us we have to provide girls for the big dance. We'll provide Iemeand howl 27-Heavies crush Elgin. Whoopeel Ponies get licked by Roosevelt. First defeat-so hard to take. 28wVaudeville acts entertain corps. 31-Hallowe'en-What pranks these village boys do play. 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Aha! Revenge is sweet. Bob Wallace turned it into a track meet-tive runs for a total of 315 yards. 6-Alumni Hall officially opened for cadet use. New club room is a wow. 9-Ray Schalk visits us again. He is becom- ing quite familiar on the campus. 1ofVarsity loses biggest game of the season to Missouri at Wrigley field. II-General John Garrity speaks at Armis- tice day program. Mr. Wiswell presents cadets with new radio for the clubroom. 12-Senior class oliicers announced. Schnur is president. HAt a boy, George." I3-Permanent list of officers and non-coms announced. Macduli Battalion Commander. Colonel Abells goes to hospital for operation. I6-Pep meeting. Captain Pringle aided by Rains Wallace and Factor instills some pep into the corps. Captain Pringle's motto: "Bigger and Better Pep Meetings." 17-In a sliding, splashing game on Blake Field, Heavies plow to a 24-O victory over Howe School. Muddy! can't describe it. ISA-Captain Tim Healy of the Australian Army gives illustrated lecture on his native country. Very interesting, however, we're convinced that our country is better. Not so many snakes or savages. 21-Colonel Abells is resting better. The whole corps misses him. 22miiWOC is me! woe is me! So says Coach Fleming as his "lost for good" fso 'twas hoped! Buick is returned to him none the worse for it's sensational A. W. O. L. 237MCmbCfS of faculty drive down to Champaign for State High School Teachers Conference and give banquet for M. P. M. A. agent says we. 24-Varsity loses to St. Albans 25-tg. "Ruben Miller stars for cadets but to no avail. 28-Thanksgiving vacation! Hot Pups! Sweet lylammal and similar expressions. Boy, yo sure am welcome! DECEMBER 2-Vacation is over. Now all we need is a week for recuperation. 34State Senator H. C. Kessinger addresses the corps on, "The Nliddle West." His statis- tics prove interesting. 7-First basketball scrimmage. Several of last years stars look mighty good. 8-Colonel Abells returns home from hospital. joyously welcomed. I2-Commander John Philip Sousa makes appearance in chapel. Relates several interest- ing yarns. Almost as good as Col. Jones. I3-Captain Wilson's wife gets in way of newspaper camera. Picture appears in paper. Mrs. Wilson wins too bucks. Of all the breaks! CAnd we didn't say the cameralj I4-Junior Class officers announced. Rains Wallace president. That boy don't know what he's got himself into. l5fFootball 'Dance. Cold outside, hot within, warm in between. I6-"Shorty'! Burdick substitutes for church. Excellent sermon on football, University of Illinois, etc. I7fOh what a slump in school work. Captain Paul gently reminds members of French I that vacation hasn't begun. I8'WOfSC yet! Col. Jones announces same thing in chapel. I,ll bet they think we aren't studying. 20-Varsity sweaters, lightweight and ban- tamweight emblems given out. Everybody happy, even the coaches. 21-Whoopee! Home! Bright lights! Dim lights! No lights! Dates! Lemons! Cadillacs! Fords! Christmas! New Years! Seventeen whole days! Wow! i ll h QQ! 122 CQL! i f I I .. rl .I I . . M.-U t 1. , , MWA -. .. , . .. .- .,,. . , ...,.,.. . . . Y, . V- . . .dv .-.. .... ., so . . .. , .,. , ..... U. . rf ..... .-.-- . , J... . . ...gn V- -- . ,- -f - .V -76i'r.s.f2" . I M ...-4, ..c .swap-fu ,,,. gg-:,..mw - ,.m-r . W,-. - .. . .-- .. - 42. 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With the last train for Morgan Park fai11tly disappearing over the horizon. 7fOh! What a change. This isn't like it was two weeks ago. Sfhlore grief! Semester exams only three weeks away. Time to get out your books Oswald! 9-Heavies down St. Leo in cage opener. 21-18. Team looks promising. lofskirmisher staff announced. Rains Wallace, editorg Hutchins, business manager. I2-IXIHFOOH quintet defeats Elgin 26-19. Ponies down Iilgin second team 3o-9. 15fM. P. M. A. publications to get press room. Now watch those editorials! l7mR3iIlS Wallace places first in Mid-west Oratorical Contest. That's telling'em, Rains! 18fDebators start work. Six veterans back. Bright outlook. 1QeOnarga falls Z8-I6 for !Waroon's fourth straight victory. Lights defeat Onarga second string 36-11. Informal dance. 21-N. NI. N. A. challenges to a rifle match. We're on Northvi estern! 23fRead it and weep! Luther downs heavies 20-16. Lights save day with a 31-8 win over Luther ponies. Keep it up Lights! 24-Hey! Hey! It won't be long now. Start collecting your pencils. 27mHCy'! Is this another bad habit? St. Albans wins 42-11. That,s not what we asked for. Ponies again save the day, however, and win 29-12. Don't know what we'd do without lcha, Lights! 30-Fxams! the rattle of brains heard afar and near, mostly near. 3I'lh'IOI'C exams. Din still continues. FEBRUARY I-Last dav of exams. Rattle ceases. Curses! Now we'll have to make new secret panels. 2-Ah! This is better! Warriors defeat Way- land 21-16. Orme Stars. Atta boy, Tubby! 3-Dr. Huxley gives illustrated lecture on liquid air. Pretty hot stuff! 4-ZZZZZZ-Not a saw mill dear reader. Merely seventh period study hall. 5-Count Felix von Luckner lectures at Forum and very interesting he proves to be. 6-Varsity defeats Blue Island 29-12. Lights win 29-8. Oh those Blue Island cheerleaderesses. 9-Mother's and l"ather's dance. Many present. All happy. Fats 'n everything. IOmlNIOVl6S. Bebe Daniels in "The Campus Flirtfl Yes, sir! We're going to college. I2-'Lil1COlIl,S birthday. Chapel period de- voted to reading of speeches, etc. Very pat- riotic! I4mNCCd I tell you? Valentines day of course! Captain Gray overcome by perfume, faints while handing out mail. Ah, me, 'tis enough to set any heart a pitter patter. I5iIi0SI! One cigarette lighter and a pack of cards. Finder please return to room 314. 16Y'I'hen dawned another day, but not for Morgan Park. I-Ieavies lose to VVayland 21-24. Lights suffer first defeat of season to Indiana champs. Gary Y takes thrilling encounter 30-22. I9-General LeRoy T. Stewart gives interest- ing chapel talk. Clt must have been. No one fell asleep.j Zlfhlorgan Park Iligh host to NI. P. AI. A. cadet officers in annual high school Military Ball-and a good time was had by all-ask Hodges. 22-W3Sllll1f1tOI1,S birthday. Mr. john Voight gives two hour chapel talk on the "Father of his Countryv. Iiveryone delighted. Big ban- quet in the evening! 24.-Bradley Kincaid famous Radio star enter- tains the cadets with some old time Mountain ballads and railroad songs. Vogel says he heard Moving day. I Companies change barracks. them all before he was three years old. I ' ' w 123 A N ' I+ : I I I M91 R94 . . 1 1 ---I----:.-a n-r: .--Q.: "-1'-:.:.... ...: :. ' -.. - ..- s g-- -----. -:-.... ,. ...rr..,.--. .-. 1- ., ,, 4..,-..'.::: ::.::.r:-:. . axarahfli-az:-1e.-A-QE.-:h::va::.:1i:1-m:::1.was:maizewe-.nw'I::m51:-:miie1aiiii:-.ask:2?:s:?-1224.21-:az-1-:airssaazswafmasar.::r-ss::Q-w:aaaws:Quizzes-:-sa:::sas:s:ziuie. 4' -.-a,g,:ff?Y'ii37?LT 1fEfl'55"71 "jg A A ,-Q., 'Il rw It 52.-Q L: sb' xg? . - :Fr . ef., .IL ,gtg .1 l 1+ -f, . :-. .'. 'P ,f of Eli. sir TIIE SKIRMISHER 'fi ff' A Mfg, , - . .- ,r-..- -, -- . N ,,. . -:QC rt. K K 31... F.:-5'g,. L yy ,, -,.A-- 7. - g IX er.: ,.-V35 as -' L I urs' ' ' ' 'I ' I ' 1 ,, s ?lgf1VBll i if 'gsisjjq ' X .5'pnn9Mon1l1s K fx? 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How, now Ilarryfhow long has this been going on? 13-Dr. Bickham, University of Chicago talks to corps on College Adventure. lX'Iore work and less dreaming seems to be the demand, Oh well, I'll be like Napoleon. I5'M3j0f Ditto of 6th Corps Area pays an informal visit to the school. Gives some needed friendly criticism. I6-Warriors win exciting contest from N. M. N. A. 17-16. A few more games like that and wc'll all have gray hairs. Nlasquerade Ball in the evening. Those Guardians do things don't they? I7'St. Pats' Day. We can see why Nlurphy would be wearing a shamrock but I ask you what would a Goldstine be doing with one. I8YWell! well! home in two days. We'd almost forgotten. Oh Yeah! zo-Final Minstral Show rehearsal. Nobody gets to bed before 11:oo o'clock. 21-First performance and then back to school. I11 bed at1:ooA.M. Tired? Oh Noooo. 22-At last. Final performance and then home. Too good to be true, to tired to do. QWhat? You know whatlj I-Spring is here! Spring is herel Snow? Sleet? Ice? It must be April Fools Day. Corps presents Colonel and Mrs. Jones with a radio. Again I say it must be April Fools. 2-Captain Fleming has a brand new Nash. Now the whole team ought to feel rejuvenated. They would if the season wasn't over. Baseball and Track as well as Tennis and Golf come into their own today. I-Iere's hoping for a successful season. 3-Golf team hold first practice at Ridge Country Club. Prepares for heavy season. C. Smith, Captain. 4-Debaters defeat Riverside in interesting match. Streator forfeits. The debators do have their days. 8-Resume of lightweight season shows that our ponies lost one out of nineteen games. Not bad at all, we should say. 14-Dr. Hollander gives interesting demons- tration in glass blowing. He'd be a handy guy to have around. Isflll that this book was sent to press before the school year ended and in that the writer claims to be neither a prophet nor a genius the rest of this diary will be merely a calendar of coming events. 19-First baseball game of season with Blue Island. Iiveryone hits a home run Cso we hopej. MAY 16-I7fGovernment inspection. Honor school? 25-Midwest Conference Meet. JUNE 4-5-6-7-Fxamsl 'Nuff saidl' 8-Alumni Day. 94Baccalaureate Sunday. Last Church Formation for us this year. 11fSenior Prom. The best dance of the year, And howl 12fGraduation for the Seniors. Vacation for the others. Are we happy? Dunlt eskl O F-fr -as -C-sg-.N -awwwggw 'vs .rr s 4 1 an ""f' 1 r 41..- CQ 124 C5 A - - . 1 A 'vit-'.:iLfr'fif'QE-I-Pi?-at :Lv irlrirefze.-:Quia if:-L42-. i"'.ef'lis2E3-fit-251+ fi lil 7-+-iiiiilifliizs'-whit' -3W.'f5:"-2"-1" iff: 25'-'--fe? 'f"'5Tii::11iiii "W-'-fs-f-1"i-rf ?rf1?g:.:s'a'-2' 'f-5:17.15-'.-?-7.-iff? :V I-..l:.-jrif-Q12-:Rf r11,:ff4if'?FEs', ze.-52r.i95.y -,--455.1 5. 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Special parties leaving every week-end. see lhe best of Col0rado's scenery and enjoy the best railroad, hotel and auto service at minimum cost. For detailed information concerning Rock Island Planned Vacations, address Rock Island Vacation Travel Service Bureau 723 La Salle Street Station, Chicago, Illinois ROCK ISLAND LINES THE ll0AD 0F UNUSUAL SERVICE JOHNSON COMPLIMENTS OF , MRS. J. FACTOR CO' Specialists in SUBURBAN HOMES Renting Insurance May the Success of Loans The Class of 1929 - - 11106 Longwood Drive Be Unlimited Chicago .,. I xx 128 A I i . . i . 1 AQ' 5 A 5 I ,,,. ,.,, ,,.',.--. ,,,,,,. -,,1.....g, -,.,-Lmg. ,. . I ..,., .M H... rg- ...g-. . ,.,- .--,- ,. .. , .,,-.. -.,-..,. -,.-...qu M H, --.. - ,. ...- .. nv' .- .. , --. -. . . v--.----. . '- -. - -.. . L ..-...-'H '.-H." 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Specializing in Morgan Park and Beverly Hills Properties 11047 Hale Avenue Beverly 7646-47 COpposite 111th Ht.. R. I. Stationj I Have Heeled More Than Any Doctor Saved More Soles Than All the Churches AL FERRA The Beverly Shoe Rebuilder 1763 W. Ninety-fifth Phone Beverly 1974 30 ln' 1 ,L 1 1 Z6 l Q- f?5z"-jg -fir, f5P2fi::Q5Tff.fzzei'i1-f3S9:11?:.xbHrEsw- -its " . g.,,.::.-. -'f-. :1-e-::g-,gg. -:.g::5-:. +- :f... .,1.. -11-rr. .vga :::.-::..1g---g:-+11-1:-A.g':,- g:..,,.z...: .:,::-5i'-'-:f-.:f:-.-.-154:-1:-1-an-::::g-gr Amt-.-'.i:. ....,i7g,..: . .J--.-, ., .. ..j......: - wc' .. .. .. ,,...J. ,. - -.--.Jr .---.--.-4,-.--... -..-. 2 :.,.,5.--Q -.-6-ag., --,,,.,3.-9.-.... -.-.Nd 1 r ' :Mr f-"1-' .r :SLE-" 2 ' ",5QC-':-,..2:::-',-:fs ."':-. 3I':1-:::2- ,gf,.::.:g,.g,.::g:.-.:-.' ..gz',-3-Ng-, g.g-.:-.-.-gs::::.-:.:::g-1-.,1 - ,., -.., .--. .1-. -:. .. ........l:.. :-- L,5.aJ::5:x"?g'2i7'2i'Ki3'fT-'f -,EP - ,255 ' ' " ff..1:N:.-., .ski 1 'L Ati, Jig.. 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Shaver, R.Ph. 3701 E. 106th St. at Avenue J THE BEVERLY GARAGE Accessories Tires Tubes Vulcanizing Batteries Charged and Repaired Towing and Repairing Satisfactory Service A. SUES, Prop. Telephone Beverly 0540 2043-45 W. 95th St. Chicago, Ill' Phone Blue Island 30 WESLEY A. SMITH WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES 240 Grove Street Blue Island, Ill. Jewelers to M A E. llX.mAr1.iAr .i f 4. - HJ' vu-gnfggggf PM ...w..,,. .,........ mm "i,?,fgg,cQ,'Z'3M rursmvn-r Mass: L A I A AAA UNCH Hvvfl-W-f RAN. 0329 I Q 132 Q 1 ' 1 A A A Q '11, -1- ff-ff -2 .,gQ?',Q:?4fsf C, ?fE9r?e'Q:cZ'Q .,5 f1f:?1'5 Yr -tq?1'f:a: - f,,g :, m1iev'PN'53-wx. ' ' - -- -- - - "-- - '----- ' - - -f -- '- .-.-- ... . nzzznz. 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Ji a -H , fx Q Nm' 'JZ " , , - .fx " A 'Rx' ' "l ff 73? 1 YEIDEL 8a PERREAULT INC. COMPLIMENTS OF INTERIOR DECORATIONS AND HOYT 85 SAUER HOME FURNISHINGS Studio: 534 Cass Street Work Room: 6301 South Park Ave. Phone Work Room Phone Studio Wentworth 5181 Delaware 10147 Wentworth 0140 QUALITY GROCERS Chicago, Ill. S. RAIN WALLACE REPRESENTING THE DARBY A. DAY AGENCY CORPORATION 23rd Floor Bankers Bldg. GENERASHTAGENTS THE UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1929 M. P. M. A. ' ' ' . . . ' O 133 ' ' 1 1 A AQ A a 1 1 I f1l'i "'L'35.3'ilJ-:L-'.:--"JS-:f'lW1if','-5-'-Ph? 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Studebaker has been noted for square dealings with the public since 1852. We are pioneer Studebaker Deal- ers in Southern Cook County and maintain one of the most up to date Service Station in the State. BLUE ISLAND GARAGE INC. STUDEBAKER DEALERS 127th Street and Western Avenue Blue Island, Illinois COMPLIMENTS OF THE BLUE ISLAND TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK A State Bank CUnder State Supervisionj Western Avenue at Vermont Street Blue Island, Illinois 3fZ, INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS QUARTERLX' THE ROHRBACH CO. 259-261 Westem Avenue Blue Island, Illinois THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS HART SCI-IAFFNER 61, MARX GOOD CLOTHES STETSON HATS FLORSHEIM SHOES HAAS' CAFE FRED W. STEINWEG, Prop. THE PLACE TO EAT WHEN IN BLUE ISLAND 262 Western Avenue Blue Island, I11. Phones 216-75 1 f , N .LQ B6 L9. N -,, 'Z' ..- Tgb I 1 . J' nr ,- Y... - - 1- 1. f lr 1.29. -xiii-, ". WSH- , Ag- .,-1-I.. 1 4 -r 1 C-4: Az .- I rl' if K ,I 41-'--ff A You 10111 -' M'-..fr11f'w. f ,Jef ,-W'-f 1" :Qin - "1- A Qu, " . ' 91' ,. . . . n...j-2 nl... A si-:mb mM.,.J,M :5?Mr.:.-ru.'?-dx l- 1' 1 . . i.. 4 . vw' A-'A A""qA 'A' A'-A2f'A'2 A MORGAN PARK SERVICE STATION GEO. I. MYRICK, Proprietor GASOLINE AND OILS Academy visitors will find our service superior V Homewood at Monterey Ave. DR. RUSSELL ROBINSON ACADEMY PHYSICIAN TURKSTRA-HEEREMA ANDREW RINGMAN CO. 10807 So. Michigan Ave. BUISQER Distributors Hardinge Fuel Oil Burner COMPLIMENTS HABICH BROS. MOTOR SALES Authorized FORD SALES AND SERVICE 162-176 Westem Avenue Phone State 3194 LEONARD L. MARCUS f PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR Room 617-20 127 No. Dearborn St. . . i Blue Island, Illinois Ch cage ' A 1 V, R X 1 . v . I 1 ' 1 N 137 ' I ' I 1 A 1 AQ' . 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With a muzzle velocity of 4500 feet a second, good wood chips are blown from a gun by steam under terrific pressure and are reduced to a mass of separate fibres. These fibres are felted together and then pressed in hydraulic flat bed presses into smooth, grainless Wood boards four feet Wide by twelve feet long. This, briefly, is the story of the production of Masonite Struc- tural Insulation and Masonite Presdwood. Samples and literature sent upon request. MASONITE CORPORATION 111 West Washington Street Chicago, Illinois Y fr 3 f' A A - ', l f f l ' .Qi 1 8 LQ. 1 l 1 l 'iii' -' .-.'E":3.-1:5 1,.gLL'f-1Q-"- , A Gil'.f.' -Q.121'5fz?f-""iZu""j'.:f''if:E15:f.3.'4.r'I-lfiiilf '-:5?'f'?1-f-.::i'1,31- 5-'-1125. 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Tracks Blue Island, Illinois BRIDGE MATERIAL YELLOW PINE CAR MATERIAL HEMLOCK BUILDING LUMBER NORWAY SPRUCE LATH OAK SHINGLES CEDAR PILING TIMBERS MILL WORK DOUGLAS FIR SAWING OFFICERS R. G. HUTCHINS .... President and Treasurer F. E. HU'rcH1Ns . Vice-President C. B. HUTCHINS , . Secretary and Manager O. M. BAILEY . . 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The Uniforms worn by the students at Morgan Park Military Academy are finished examples of the quality, workmanship and appearance of Reed's productions. JACOB REED'S SONS 1424-1426 Chestnut Street Philadelphia ls.l 1 In x . - ...,, 1 g 4 ,f ' f' ' N ' 1 I 1 i AQ, 140 QA l I I lgiifffili'"El'35f3f5??3ff--E725:2'QiL3'?i2z5f1f71""v:"f':":f':7i'755515:355,532iiiiilifl-ff.:fi-2225 :ifi-23125755:-f'-lf-iii:-T--i:'fFff5f-Yffifffifllif'--Q fifff-'if fbi.-I'f5:f'. i3-Q1"'fE'Z5V-1'-T?15121: Lffiif L -g n . ' . A ' - Z ' ., . i -li I lg- ' . 4: an 1- md Y nfsi.. , ,... -::::e5:-1.::,: if-:'h13:::::-42::tieA11-14-ni:14513-151:-5:5-11121:Qi2322:9?5i12E21t:gp11-ga:magma :am :Q 44-2:-3::::::u::5g:gi-:safe .5:,.5g,f3:qe1?:: .-'V.' 5::,- n-,-ae. ffiky..Ei::1:,:5q-355:'5:55Jgg1::.g.:':yua -'-R'-f"'i5.f:"7 IEQQE .. . ?1 Q' ilkiz. YZ, : :it , ..,.i 1,3-.ggn 1.1: any -W . i2 ZLQAIIVI: iff," u.. J A 'A 'YN 'A' A' 'A A , ,un 7' nf J x .L . ,. Q- ' fri, 9 Nl , X , ' , J A' ef M ' v 1 Q x ' YQ q 'I ft 1 jx .4 5 " fi-hz ttf-f U 15' -.M F , . ,N JY, ' L 'Ly 'Qi' pi X Q -w ,, c ,Q N , ff' , K A . A .-S'-f. 9415 Y ' ' Compliments of OSCAR WOLFF . 4 4 1 u 4 1 1 W t1 X I If X 4 X K Q I 4 , 141 Q3 1 . 1 ' - 1 A J .JA . A I u 35l-5a4-Q's.w1.-'Ql.+M,!:r::Qx-'Q-1142. ai.q4fgq.,3..r:,,1-gmgsfufg,,,:gLgg','F' '.eL,.,Q,5-QQ:g....g ',, +Ji.59eggg3. 5-.Mg ,f .gakkp sg .gg+'.'ffQi'I1i,q.1',.q' gg. .gag Q., -'Avi-?'f f,i'4?i:4: ,1Z : -vsfafpl-fzgiisgvgqrsir m, ffsspq , 1,35-xiifigff-55:5?13-1 fl: 516- ef? iic kfzifgilgrfgffixr -ix:-'-5g..'-T-.g.g.::E: -:lg-ta-.1-1:.ag1':r:::r1-..g .z - :'-.-7:1-:.:--.5-.. :..:---..., .g.. ..e:fr..,, -..y.-4-.g-,,zg,::-1:1-gg.-e:.g:,---..g-..5 .. -....:.. 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PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS 1751 W. 95th Street 1835 W. 103rd Street Chicago of city on short notice. . Members Florists' Telegraph Delivery Ass'n. Phone Beverly 8230-8231 Phone Beverly 8868 WHEN IN TOWN The Wise Cadet EATS AT ONE OF The Annes Restaurants 205 So. WABASH 57 E. ADAMS 91 W. RANDOLPH 42 ered we 2121 A-,emi see. +341 sf 5 4 1 Q . 1 , Q A A lr.--J.. :1'1-qlg, ,-QW -1 ,j-,-f- .lL2fgff'pu'Q- 5251. lr' il H i I- t.-333-pqxir 7.5: V 'iizi':'E-'vfiggjflli -jim gf .1 112 L, ?1'7i:i5f'f5-Q'':.1',l43T,A1,Q .g.,-353312771-2' Fbgrfgff. Qf?:"f"r-1:51-Jr2i1Q'F:7j'15" I 35,5152 .5523-11-gl-N -. 5 , 235155: . '-f- .1 fag: .li""q., ,,.'.-L..-.-.:,i'-p 9 2-35? , rg -n-- :af-r-'-:.:-.-.:-.-. rn - 'a ,gg , .:. , :..- -'-- .1-tg :1..::-.." :'-- .-.5511-:.g1 4-5-:.-.: -22:!f::-22S:'F:f?5f:!':f'.:-2--r:-2-g:.-1'i:u!.1::5f5':23:4?1:1ff5:ii:1:?f:55-15:-1':I'::S-.ziwffa1F'i:Y:?f-2-'Q-'12:13. "2 Q:2-'rib-f:-ii?-::rr:-.-.'nfuGixi-1.5-'fpas-,2'mn-g'.-g:g,:1::fE5:gg '- ,we ':::'-1:53.-,,!El1g.:1.'f1:.1.g.::.,:-1.1g:.Qr.,:::,:J ci4:::.-:Q-2:-1-av-'.-ai?-1:-P -:rar-'..f-1-.--:-:f::.-::1::--- --.1-:--2 Fes--t-----w--:-3-v--ww'-2 ---- '13--3 ,,.1g,q5,.7T5 ' 7'i""' f:'w".E.jg.1,5,,,M rw., ,.4"4,-- -f J? :iYv"'x gb 'rn :ff ww ..-+14 gs, L.-fi 1:13 Q5 Q41-4 .. '5":. 441' ,, 5,I ff.Qfi,., '5Q.-ff? THE SKIRMISIIER QT? - J. l .,,, fi1.- it ' " N M Y A v K L. K, w x +A G I ' i f n A 'ma 1 J- 1' ..,:::.. hey rang the FIRE BELL N old resident of a small southern city remembers when the bell on the village hall was rung to announce the arrival in town of a farmer with fresh meat. Today this city is supplied with fresh meat through Swift 8: Company's nation- wide car route system. A network of "car routes" now carry direct refrigerator car shipments to retailers in By this economical and effi- cient method of marketing, these towns are supplied with the same variety and quality of fresh meat and farm products as the larg- est cities. Swift 8z Company's system of wholesale distribution serves retailers at a cost of less than tive cents per dollar of sales. This is the lowest selling expense thousands of smaller cities and towns throughout the country, we know of in any line of business. Our profit from all sources averages only a fraction of a cent a pound Swift 81 Company A fter Graduation If your school days are over and you are seriously considering entering the business world, your first thought will be to align yourself with the right kind of an organization. If you would like to associate and work with men who are guiding the destinies of one of the wor1d's greatest industries, if you areinterested in free educational advantages, if you would like to work for a firm that is quick to recognize and reward ability, talk the situation over at any time with our Employment Department, General Ollice, Union Stock Yards. 4 Swift 8: Company . 3 ' EU-"" Wx N5-'r' 'ig :rx sms sv. an ug, -.M-.:.a.' 4-'. ' ' .. '- '- , f ..- -tn-, - J. 5...-.N -....-.v:-ea 1 1 ..- v., --fc..-J-4... '- -. wg--.-... A.--. fre. - f ..- 4 .W-t .- -fs ,t-on .x .wa-.fc -...wwf-1 . A 'f ,ww -..-f. 1 .-- .-Y ----1-.-.3 -. ,N-1 .1 ., ..7--.-.,,.-., .- -3- -L-cr-z-. ' - - ,- wwf, M.. ,M -QR.-...f . '24-9-.1-L ,,,..-.,1. va. . . 'TJ' ':' ' T111:-,1f,,'.3.r- - f1:,f'i:f'.-t-:L '-If-"Ni" '55 '-'ii-'ftngr:g:1..w'fl-1-f::L:'Zx5,f '15,.:,,:. ,Tr'-4.'.1-54311Sw?-:a?rfj':1-1-.:2'1"ie"-1-:ll iw- L-,u-:.:v5?!'.K- ,:r51-:z.::f,g,,.n.f5.'2::. 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Authorized Dealer for I Firestone and Oldheld Tires Willard Batteries Commodore 1242-1243 THE CALUMET EXPERT CLEANERS AND DYERS CLEANERS AND DYERS OF LADIES' AND GENTS' GARMENTS LACE CURTAINS AND ORIENTAL RUGS Work Done on Short Notice Goods Called For and Delivered Main Office and Works 11043 Michigan Ave. ZECHMAN LUMBER CO. Lumber and Mill Work WE HAVE NO BRANCHES Phone West 0012 430 N. Damen Avenue fForrnerly Robey Streetj Chicago, Ill. C. G. EVERSON 8a CO. Designers and Manufacturers LIGHTING FIXTURES Two Fifteen North Dearborn St. Phone Central Six Seven Three Seven ' n , . 4 A 4 Q 1 4 4 Q ft-, 37, LT "'tg,:,-'11, r -4- 'rbi - -Q Nf9i,f+:-reef!!-i5'13'2-If Q h -elqgigzzgfy 'tak-r:f:gL Q.:-L zsiief- Siezese-Effie?-ees H-e::wfa1ref5Ca:.::f - ----.-- -.- --.:- -- - - -A-1-.H . , -2:1 -121:-...L 1:-2. 11577-.g,-4 .-:- -.- .:g-1:-::..::fg::- :rf-gas.. ., ,,,.1::e....,..:..g.:..3g:::....gg.5, .g,..,:,..g..:, g ....:..:.-4:.:.-:.g: . - f .... ...-..,.x, ,..,....- .- -, .. - - , . ,,,-- . ..,,,..,..-.-,4.,... .,,. A.. .. ,..,.., . , ,. .. . ...., .. . ., .. dr:-.""'..1'6-'?'.5z'17-2:.:iz'.fn.'vmrf!!-:-:HQ-o'.---PJ1l".ivei1:.3-v1'i:E:f-.1z:u:-if-P.-.-1:-:" .-:ST-.-f-11:12-smu::-fs-: .-1r:::.'5-2::::-:lr-1-:11--af--1:-r -:.::-.'.1:-:-a--:-::::.-::ace-.--.:::--:fha-1-----4--a-3-fre. . .1:4fCf5?' im :', " . . .. -.I 54,5 I is IA., - -'TZ -4. qcv va N 4 E J- 1. M - V -1 1 ' A. -' :.. ,.5:E4: 'WL 1:::.g ,' ,- ., ,gm-4 ,:??'E. -11" f?354:2" 1 -e'f: M W 5, EH THE SKIRMISHER 13, Q - '- . --ww - . .4 2. , ' - .. .1 -, ,:.,- ., N - .,,-fu, "DruggisI to his Majesiy The Morgan Park Cade!" Partington 8: Newhall "NOT ON ANY CORNER ALWAYS ON THE SQUARE" .-.......,-..g. OUR ADDRESS 11049-51 Hale Avenue PHONES BEVERLY 4238, 10115, 0973 I ' , I l ' 4 1 1 I 1 ' ' AX f 'X I , . - 1 A A A9 , ,-, , C91 . 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ARLE cu I on W 0 Eff GCP Q2 C5 rn AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALERS The Silver Anniversary With Masterpiece Bodies By Fisher ' 'll build Zlzemv '6When better c an are Iwi , It Buick wt On Display at Their Salesrooms: LOGAN SQUARE 2623-35 Milwaukee Avenue . . 0 Phone Capitol 2800 AT BELMONT 3153-61 North Clark Street . . , Phone Bittersweet 2840 NEAR CRAVVFORD 3848-52 West North Avenue ..., Phone Capitol 1128 NEAR IRVING PARK 4037 Milwaukee Avenue ,.,., Phone Kildare 6700 ALSO COMPLETE LINE OF USED CARS f f- - ' rf m l epngggxglz ' .'-E"if?JZi3"TF' ' ,5:4.2ml- LN Q V X .EBI-' . -Q. ' ' - , g-,, Alljflvlx ' w if .,?7g --tt ,. 'mv-, .f . ,rg , .L me Summsnfn ,J ' 'wif' 'q v 11- igf. -.5 'a . , -A ,, . r- A. - V. .ff '13 A '-'qACfA 10X f'fA3f'A1P-if M ' -"'3Tf'-:- - - ' H 1' 9 I ag J! 100 Woods eff-.J Years ago a single Libby food and an ideal of fine quality---today 100 foods famous for their goodness To be cerlain of fine flavor ask your grocer for Libby's Peaches Corned Beef Pineapple Vienna Sausage Bartlett Pears Veal Loaf Apricots Lunch Tongue Fruits for Salad Deviled Ham Berries Dried Beef Jellies, jams Comed Beef Hash Asparagus Mince Meat Spinach Plum Pudding ' Pork and Beans Bouillon Cubes Tomatoes Catchup , I Apple Butter giili Saiuce . Sauerkraut ustar L A , - .. , Evaporated Milk Olives Alaska Salmon Pickles fparlial Lisij . . . , . V A N I . . . . , n . 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' 'P a ' 9-6515 "im .r3:-F'-A 1-:'F'.. 1 THE SKIRWSHER FL --Le, '+ ' ,-.- fi- ' - -' ' , ,. ,:'-5 ,Q n N , , - ,I ,' 4, -. -L-:ti .y v 1. - ' - -ws . .,.-my .1-:"w::. - W 3 'Af E 5 A H s I I N N G G KNIES' NEW SUPER SERVICE GARAGE GAS 10112-28 g?6eggEgIgg2RN AVE. O IL WILSON'S PHARMACY DRUGS OF QUALITY DELICIOUS ICE CREAM SODA AND SUNDAES FRESH CANDIES PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE Longwood Drive at 111th Street Telephone Beverly 4184 CHICAGO The Lytton College Shop The Style Center of the Middle Wesi for Universify Men Featuring Charter House Clothes Henry Clgtton 8 Sons STATE and JACKSON-Chicago Evanston Gary Oak Park Y 1 II N A Q ' ' 1 1 U A 1 1 1 A 148 Q4 X 1 I ' . 5 Ififfjliffl-"JLi-Q2'5ff"74.5i.Zf'?"f':'f1.323-I'-f-?':f?fFI'f'-Qa'?3ia?2L-3-41'-F:-'35-L7.iZ 5i2':i1',f5.f.f26..i',LS'."Z'.".:-'av-7i'.f1 'f,1.72?:f,i :'11fw' -'f'ff:f:'--F-"f'ff'.f.1:.f'.1I'5-g1,iiiE1Z.,1"E" 'ii' ''Ll'wh'--''I'-"'-""'-"Ulu-"'.' ' 'na -' gn' 1 1 n-. '. 1, .- '-. 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