Mount Vernon High School - Forum Yearbook (Mount Vernon, OH)
- Class of 1922
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Top Row: Kendrick Baldwin, Karl Van Aman, Harold Cunningham, Robert Appleton, Myron Eggleston
Middle Row: Mr, Folter. lrcne Thomas. Anna Sanderson, Etlie White, Elizabeth Houck. Marietta Berger
Doris Simpson, Mr, Boyle
Bottom Row: Leia Darling. Doris Pipes, Colin Montis, john McKinley, Olive Smith. Pauline Taylor
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EE Editor .............. Colin Montis Picture Committee Anna Sanderson
Business Manager John McKinley Doris Simpson
Assistant--- Harold Cunningham i Pauline Taylor
Treasurer --..-. Robert Appleton Class Poem ........ Ethel VVhite
Artist --- .-.. Kendrick Baldwin Class VVi1l --.-.- E1izabeth'Hosack
Jokes ..... .-... O live Smith Typists -.---.-. Marietta Berger
Assistant -... ....-- D oris Pipes Lela Darling, Irene Thomas
Athletics - - --.. Karl Van Aman Faculty Advisors ...-.- Mr. Boyle
Assistant .--..-- Myron Eggleston Mr. Foster
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EE MRS ILA x1 NIABB STE
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2 Physics 2
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EE ll oster College
EE lil- th matics
MISS FAXL CLINE
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E MR. CHARLES KIRKVVOOD 5
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EE Agriculture EE
EE Miss FRANCES BENEDICT QE
-EE Ohio Wesleyan EE
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? NIISS MARY LEONARD E
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Hazel Edith Agnew: English Course,
Athenaeum 121g Girl's Glee Club
'lBetter be small and shine, than
be great and cast a shadow."
Robert Chase Appleton "Bob": C01-
lege Course, 16W credits.
Boys' Glee Club 135g Roof Garden
Revue 1359 Orchestra 13-41g Senior
"He fears the wiles of maiden
But they like him none the less."
Frank Kendrick Baldwin "Ken": Col-
lege Course, 17 credits. X
Orchestra 11-2-35g Hi-Log stall' 147.
"You can't judge a book by its
Thyra Bartlett: College Course, 1895
Glee Club 12-3-43g Roof Garden
Revue 133g Dramatic Club 145.
"Love is such .a gentle thing,
May much of it the future bring."
Marietta Berger: Commercial Course,
Forum Statl' 145g Hi-Log Staff 141.
"She talks but little-that's her
H I - L O G l 9 2 2
Ethel Phyllis Blaine "Radu: English
Course, 1695 credits,
Athenaeum 12-39g Roof Garden
Revue 131. U
"All flowers start with a 'Bud'."
James Lester Brining "Bill": Com-
mercial. Course, 16 credits.
Basket Ball C3-4-5Jg Football C4-55.
"He's our English tiger and he's
got the grit."
Edna Olive Burke 'lEddie": College
Course, 17M credits.
"Chl fairest of the rural maids!
Thy birth was in the forest
Carl Hays Clark "Bingy": Commer-
cial Course, 16 credits,
"Better late than never."
Edith Louise Cleeland: Scientific
Course, 17342 credits.
Athenaeum C2-355 Glee Club 12-3-
4Dg Roof Garden Revue 131g Junior
Quartette 1315 Dramatic Club C4lg
Senior Play 145.
"Her dimple is her greatest charm,
But she has lots of others."
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Joseph Cawley Cleeland "Joe": Eng-
lish Course, 1655 credits.
Delphi 12-335 Glee Club 1335 Roof
Garden Revue 1335 Class Secretary
1335 Orchestra 1335 Class President
143 5 Midsummer's Night's Dream 143 5
Dramatic Club 143.
"There's nobody like a preacher's
And .loe's our 'prexy' too."
Marguerite May Cochran: English
Course, 21 credits,
Bose Maiden 1135 Glee Club 13-4-
535 Roof Garden Revue 143.
"I have fought a good fight,
1 have finished my coursef'
Olive Bell Colwill: Commercial
Course, 1616 credits.
"She speaks when she is spoken to
And that she does with speed."
Alice Louise Creeden: C 011 C g e
Course, 17 credits.
Princess Kiku 1235 Athenaeum 11-
2-335 Roof Garden Revue 1335 Dram-
atic Club 1435 Girls' Booster Club
1435 Senior Play 143. ' .
"She is pleasant to walk with, and
witty to talk with, and pleasant, too,
to think of."
Harold B. Cunningham "C00kies":
College Course, 18 credits.
Forum Staif 1235 Hi-Log Staff 1433
Football 133, Captain 143 5 Basket Ball
"By loud acclaim the tallest hero
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' ' Cooks": Scientific Course, 16 cred- E
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-- Lela Leontine Darling "Ning: Com-
2 mercial Course, 17 credits. EE
Q Roof Garden Revue 639g Forum Q
' ' Stntl' f4l3 Class Secretary C413 Dram- E
5 utic Club 145. E
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- -A Charles Lepley Davis "Chas.": Scien-
QE tific Course, 17W credits. E
'EEE Orrville High C1-2Jg Delphi f3Jg
Forum Staff MJ. :EE
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Q Mary Eleanor Dorgan "Steven: Latin Q
Q Course, 18 credits. EE
ji Parochial School C1-25g Roof Gar- E
2 : den Revue 431g Glee Club C3-453 2 S
: 2 Dramatic Club 1453 Girls' Booster 5 :
: 3 Club C453 Senior Play C4Jg Miss Bob
Ei! White 431. Q
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EEE can tell."
Harold Floyd Dougherty "Rcd":
Commercial Course, 17 credits.
"It's the little things that count-
Claren Emmett Duke "Dukie": Col-
lege Course, 17 credits.
Football C415 Basket Ball 143.
"A night owl, and a wise bird, too."
Myron Mitchell Eggleston "Scr0oge":
College Course, 17 credits.
Glee Club C2-3-415 Roof Garden
Revue 133g Dramatic Club C453 Mid-
summer Night's Dream 145. A
"He,s so small, he's hard to find,
But there is wit upon his mind."
Banning Errett "Reds: Scientific
Course, 16 credits.
Delphi C1-2-3-419 King of Diamonds
C333 Forum Staff C1-25.
"All great men are dying,
And I don't feel well myself."
Kathryn Allen Fairchild "Kate": Col-
lege Course, 17 credits. W
Princess Kiku C253 Athenaeum C1-
2-3Jg Miss Bob Xvhite i313 Roof Gar-
den Revue f3J.
"My heart's in the Forest a chasing
Hazel Fishburn "Hazen: College
Course, 18 credits.
"Her manners all who saw ad-
Courteous and gentle, tho retired."
Encil Fletcher "Fletch": Conunercial
Course, 16 credits.
Basket Ball t5Jg Football C4-53.
"Just how could we have won
Edith Letts Fory: College Course,
- 1724: credits.
Athenaeum C1-2-31g Class Pres-
ident C213 Princess Kiku f2Jg Miss
Bob NVhite 135g Roof Garden Revue
1315 llldSllllllI1Cl' Night's Dream C455
Dramatic Club 145.
"Aliho she was raised upon the
lt did 11ot take away her charm."
Byrdie Forsman: English Course.
"Every Byrdie has its 'Bill'."
Mable Pauline Gleason "P0lly": Eng-
lish Course, 1756 credits.
"Give nie time, I'll not worry,
Great things are not done in a
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Dana A. Harper: Scientific Course, 17
Roof Garden Revue 137.
"A guileless youth with brains is
Eli F. Harris: English Course, 16
"Although a country lad is he
NVe're glad he came to M. T.V."
Mary Frances Higgins: English
Course, ICSW credits. X
Roof Garden Revue CSD.
"The fair, the chaste, the unex-
John Abbot Herron "Abb": College
Course, 16M credits.
DelphiC2Jg Glee Club C2-353 Roof
, Garden Revue t3Jg Dramatic Club
t4Jg Foot ball 145g Midsummer
Night's Dream 143.
"Too much rest is rust."
William Glenn Hess: Scientific
Course, 16 credits.
"My heart in yonder hamlet lies."
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Elizabeth Hosack "Liz": College 5
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QE Clyde F. Houck "Gus": Connnercial E
ii Course, 16 credits. '
EE Football C3-41. E
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QQ Milda Pauline Jacobs "Johnnie": Col QF
Qi . lege Course, 18 credits. gt:
E Roof Garden Revue i335 Glee Club E
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Ruth Adell Johnson: College Course, 212
QE 18 credits. QE
E "She's here-I heard her giggle." Q
iii Elwood Charles Jones "Bashful": iii
if Scientific Course, 16M credits. it-E
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George Morrow Kahrl: College
Course, 18 credits.
Delphi C1-27g Forum Staff C1-2-413
Glec Club C2-31g Miss Bob NVhitc C333
Roof Garden Revue C353 Booster Club
C4Jg Dramatic Club C455 Midsummer
Night's Dream C4D. '
"George is one of our faithfuls
and hc's usually ri-ght when he
Bertram William Kleiner: Scientific
Course, IGBQ credits.
Rose Maideng Glee Club C3-4Jg
Roof Garden Revue C355 Orchestra
"Better a witty fool than a foolish
John R, Lamson "Johnnie": English
Course, 16 credits.
"He loves to chase alone, but he
makes a good pairf'
Thelma Edenia Larabee: Commer-
cial Course, 17 credits.
"Full many a pupil has become
more famous than his master.
Lorena Latimer: Scientific Course,
"Laughter makes the world go
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Ray Lepley "Lep": Scientific Course,
Blndcnsburg 11-2-33g Debate 143.
"What I attempt, I do."
Marjorie Elizabeth Level-ing "Marin:
College Course, '16 credits.
"True to her word, her work, and
Evelyn Levy: College Course, 19W
Princess Kiku 1233 Athenaeum
12-33g Orchestra 1333 Forum Staff
133g Roof Garden Revue 1333 ,Glee
Club 12-33g Accompanist 143g Dram-
atic Club 1433 Midsummer Night's
Dream, Accompanist 143.
"With a piano I'll charm you."
Eleanor Elizabeth Lorey "Bill":
College Course, 17 credits.
Princess Kiku 123g Athenaeum
12-33g Basket Ball 11-2-33g Class
President 133g Miss Bob White 133g
Dramatic Club 143.
"My heart leaps up when I behold
Joseph McCarthy "Joe": Scientific
Course, 16 credits,
Parochial School 11-23.
"Although he came in late-wetre
glad he's in."
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2 John Charles McKinley "Jack": Sci- QE
: : entilic Course, 17 credits. - -
SIE Delphi I1-2-Big Football Mig Hi- gg
ig Log Staff 449. QE
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Et? Helen Gould Merrm "Tony,': College
3 : Course, 17 credits. :E
Q om Club 12-3-414 Roof Garden
QQ Revue 1313 Dramatic Club 147.
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E Ralph J. Mill "B. J.": College Course, L-
EE 1716 credits. 'E
- - Delphi C139 Forum Staff 131. ai'
EE "It is certainly something rare, E
EE When you catch a teddy bear." E :
2 Colin B. Montis "Col": College is
2 Course, UM credits. ai
gg Delphi K1-2-355 Orchestra C1-2-31g 2:
gli King of Diamonds 121g Forum Staff QE
E i333 Midsummer Night's Dream 0155 gli!
535 Hi-Log Editor 449. Q
: : "Oh, what a pleasure it is to roam, ji
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EE Stanley Blair Moore uglilllui College 2
EE Course, 1734 credits, 2
EE Delphi C1-255 Miss Bob VVhiie C325 I :
EE Glee Club Accompanist C2-333 King QE
: : of Diamonds C233 Athletic Manager ' '
gg Mig Senior Play i4J. EE
gg "My dearest books are in her looks." E
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Loren C. Murray "Murray": English .
EE Course, 1655: credits. qi
EE Rose Maideng Delphi fl-2-3Dg Glee 2 2
: : Club C2-3-41. l SE
EE "My days pass pleasantly away." E
QE Gordon Clark Nixon: English Course, Q
5-E 16176 credits. EE
E "Leap year's my only hope." E
E Robert A. Odell "Bohn: College . E
: :, Course, 17 credits, K : :
2 Glee Club 42-3-45g Roof Gm-den 2
E Revue C315 Booster Club 147. m
Q "You never can tell .about Robert if
EE Odell." E
2 G. Thurston Parker "Pete": Scien- gg
E13 Rose Maideng Roof Garden Revue qi
EE C3Jg Delphi Cljg Glee Club C2-33. E
EE "The biggest folks have most to E
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E Doris Charlene Pipes: College 5
E Course, 17V1 credits.
: : Glee Club C2-3-435 Roof Garden Re- : :
2 vue C393 Dramatic Club f4Jg Hi-Log 52
2 Staff 1415 senior Play 149, QE
Q "A contented spirit is the sweet- , iii
I I ness of existence."
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Eldon Earl Porter "Bud": College
Course, 18 credits.
Delphi C2-353 Orchestra C2-3-45g
Roof Garden Revue C35.
"Tall, thin and likeable."
Hilda Quack: College Course, 18
Dramatic Club C45.
"Take nothing on its looks,
Take everything on evidence?
Dorothea New Richards: English
Course, 16 credits.
Glee Club C2-35g Roof Garden Re-
"My heart is true as steel."
Winifred Margaret Riley "lViunie":
College Course, 17BQ credits.
Athenaeum C2-35g Princess Kiku
C25g Roof Garden Revue C355 Miss
Bob White C353 Forum Staff C35.
"For every wherefore, she had a
Anna Minerva. Sanderson "Amin: Col-
lege Course, 18 credits.
Princess Kiku C253 Athenaeum C1-
2-355 Roof Garden Revue C353 Miss
Bob NVhite C355 Xvhat Happened to
Jones C354 Dramatic Club C453 Mid-
summer Night's Dream C45g Girls'
Booster Club C455 Hi-Log Staff C45.
"Laugh when you are tickled and
laugh once in a while anyway."
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Lucy May Scottie: College Course,
Roof Garden Revue 135g Dramatic
"A small lark may lurk unseen."
Lulu Scottie: Commercial Course,
Roof Garden Revue 135g Athen-
aeum 1353 Dramatic Club 143.
"Beware the fury of a patient
Mary Alice Shutt "Shutty": Scientific
Course, 16 credits.
Roof Garden Revue 1333 Miss Bob
Nvllltil 13,3 Girls' Booster Club 14,3
Dramatic Club 143.
"Oh, girls! There goes a man!"
Doris Olma Simpson: College Course,
Howard High School 11-2-393 Glee
Club 1413 Dramatic Club 14lQ Hi-Log
"Our new arrival who studies hard
and does not shirkf'
Cedric Leland Smith "Ced": College
Course, 19 credits.
Delphi 11-2-333 Glee Club 12-313
Hoof Garden Gevue 1353 Miss Bob
White 13,3 Forum Staff 12-333 lVhat
Happened to Jones 1353 Football 1453
Basket Ball 12-333 Captain 1413
Senior Play 141.
' "And he has made himself a hero
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QE Olive Amelia Smith uCill'l'0tSnl Sci- E
:: entiiic Course, 16 credits. 2:
Q Glee Club C2-3-493 Miss Bob White ?
C333 Roof Garden Revue C353 Girls'
QE Booster Club mg Hi-Log staff 449, gg
gg "A sweet songster, she." EE
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if Agnes Somers: Comlnercial Course, 2
EE 174 credits. EE
EE Roof Garden Revue C313 Glee Club EE
' ' C3-4Jg Dramatic Club 141. EE
E "I have more than one use for my E
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E Mary Louise Stonebrook: College :E
- - Course, 18 credits. Q
E Roof Garden Revue K3Jg Glee Club E
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gg Wetha Pauline Taylor "Polly": Eng- EE
2 lish Course, 17 credits. 2
: : Forum staff 13:4 Miss Bob VVhite 2
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Cecil Mae Whetsel: Commercial
Course, 18 credits.
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Ethel Vera Whetsel: Commercial
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3 ' I SENIOR PROPHECY i
QE Altho I am a prophet of no slnall power and ability to look i11to the EE
EE future, nevertheless I did not consider myself equal to the enormous if
Q task of foretelling the future of the Senior class with its glaring uncer- EE
if tainties and dubious personnel. But the class must know its future and E
EE it must be found in some manner, so after much hard thinking and gg
:E sleepless nights, I finally hit upon exactly the correct method of securing EE
E-:EE a carefully considered and absolutely true prophecy. 'W 2
E Accordingly I betook myself to a certain secret part of the world, EE
EE tl1e whereabouts of which is known to no other mortal, and, having JE
E gone thru the proper rites and assumed the proper posture, I spoke thus: 5
E O come ye magic spirits of the rustling air! ye unseen guardians of the it
EE fathomless deep! Tell me the future of the Senior Class, and take care EE
E to mlallielit truthful and vivid. h EE
Q Q ad no sooner spoken, than, as I expected, I heard a rustling noise Q Q
5 and saw before me one of the immortal spirits of the air, who spoke to
EE me saying: "O cousin prophet, know that you have been wise in selecting EE
1 this methol of foretelling the future of the classg know also that as the
E futures of thousands of other classes must be told at this time, my
E brothers are all occupied with this work and even I must soon leave E
EQ thee to go about my business. Therefore, O my son, I will leave thee Qi
gtg this crystal wherein may be seen your class's future, but take care that
EE you do not gaze therein till the time for the prophecy l1as come. And EE
QE also take care to warn your class that if they do not laugh at, and make EE
the most of a disagreeable or joking prophecy it will but disclose their E
EE inward guilt to their fellowmeng but also remind them that "a man may Ef-
Q I smile and smile, and be a villianf' QE
EE So saying the spirit placed this crystal in my hand and departed. EE
EE But now that the time for the prophecy has arrived, I will but repeat EE
SE . to you the spirits warning, and tell you the secrets of the globe.
EE The first sight that greets my eyes is that of our esteemed and rev-
-E erend class president, Joe Cleeland. I see that he has become the pastor Et:
2 of the only church in'Howling Gulch, Arizona, and has an ad in the EE
E monthly paper to secure parishoners. He now fades, and there comes 5-:E
: 2 to my sight our present hopeful, blooming George Kahrl. My glass tells : :
EE me that he has become one of the greatest scientists of the day, and , E
EE ' has already announced to eager humanity his one 22111131 only discoyeliy, 35
' 2 that if two tons of electrified radium could be poun e into a rat- 0 e, : 5
535' we would have, for the same purpose, no further need of sand. He goes, E
E still arguing. And now I see a figure that in some way resembles Myron if
QE Eggleston, but he has false whiskers, bushy 'eyebrows and a slouch hat.
E I perceive that he is hlling the eminent position of chief detective-and
'EE only one, in fact-of Hogwallow, Kentucky, and even while I look he
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EE nabs. a kid who was t1'y1ng to steal an all-day-sucker, and celebrates it EE
ai as lns first arrest in ten years. I now discern that the ofiicial force of E
EE Howling Gulch is greatly strengthened by the presence of Dean VVoods if
E as chief of police, who, .having Iilled up his gun with notches, has 200 of E
QE A them on his door-post. The thriving metropolis of Howling Gulch diss 5
E, appears, and in its place I see New York City, now famous for its fam- QE
E ous school of crooks, of which Charley VVright represents the principal,
EE superintendent and faculty. Howl quickly things change. I now see Qi
E Ralph.Mills operating a second-hand store in Bangs, Ralph is offering
332 for sale one dozencarpet tacks, three dozen second-hand cigars, one E
Q apple core, a dead cat, and two marbles, all for a dime. My sight is now EE
E turned to Columbus, Ohio, where Abbott Herron is motorman on a EE
EE street car, his reason being that he always did want to run things. There EE
EE I now see an enormous city hall where Robert Appleton, working in QE
E the interest of the Society for Aiding Blind Mice, is making 2111 eloquent EE
QE speech. But his audience is composed of one man-the janitor. There :EE
Q IIONV appears to my eager eyes the vision of Loren Murray, who, besides gig
b,eing the best tooth driller east of the Mississippi, during his dentist
,fig work has pulled a tooth with roots two feet long hanging to it, thus 2
:QE establishing a world's record. But what do I now see? There is Ced E
Smith, who has become coach of the Jug Run basketball team, cele- 2
Q2 brating his great victory over the Zook quintet, thus establishing the gig
Q25 championship of Knox County for towns of not over twenty-five in- gig
3 habitants. And now I see that Alice Creedon, after many long and stren- QE
:EE uous years, has become the better three-fourths of the Jug Run coach. :QE
2 But this too passes away, and in its place I see "Cookies" Cunningham, 512
QE who has just become a movie actor, taking the giant's part in "Jack the 2
? Giant Killer," and I also perceive that our Anna Sanderson having like- ?
:Z wise entered the movies, has taken the part of .I ack in the above men- 2:
EE tioned production, and in killing the giant has done the most effective E
2 : acting thus far seen on the screen. This now is gone. But I wonder what : :
EE has become of the rest of our female class mates?-are they all dead? E
IEE Oh, I see. Here is Pauline Taylor, who, having used her great oratorical E
gtg power to become famous the world over as a woman suffragist, has E
E finally decided that woman's place is in the home, and settled down to
E her former quiet, useful life. And there is Elizabeth Hosack, decked in ag
E a long' purple gown with a mortar-board cap, receiving the presidency E
if of Oxford College. And now I see Lela Darling-but what a place! EE
QE Oh, I see. She is secretary of the Y.VV.C.A. in the Fiji Islands, and that E
QE accounts for all those chickens and watermelons I see around her. And
5 there I see Evelyn Levy, who by 11111011 hard toil has acquired the posi- E
if tion of pianist in Hiram Hayseed's Jazz Orchestra at Hunt Station, and E
E Eleanor Dorgan, likewise of Hunt Station, whoahas made a name for
iii herself by teaching dancing at that place. But what is this? Well, I'll E
E be blowed! If here isn't our present mass of brain and brawn known .j EE
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5 as.Ray Lepley. And he has become .the world's most famous historian E
EE and essayist, and even now he is writing a history of two hundred vol-
if umes on '6The Downward Progress of the Skirt since Nineteen Twenty- if
EE two," and up on the shelf I see his recent production of fifty volumes
E on "How to Chew Gum." And now comes another vision. Yes, as I sus- b
QE pected, it's Clyde Houck, who, having-become horseshoe pitching chain- EE
EE pion of the world, is now working on a plan whereby shoes may be
EE pitched between Mars and Earth. Well, look at this! Here I see a grand E-E
Q carnival company, most etticiently managed by Roy Shields, and com- QE
EE posed of Pete Parker as fat man, VVinifred Riley as slim woman, Hazel EE
2 Agnew as the shortest woman on the globe, and Cecil and Vera Whet-
2 sel, who pose as the Siamese twins. Also connected with this carnival I QE
:QE see Claren Duke, who runs the merry-go-round, Kathryn Fairchild, who
2 dresses the cupie dolls, Charles Davis, the great cigarette fiend, Glen
gg Hess and Elden Porter both of whom sell tickets, and last of all, Gordon
2 Nixon, who drives the mules and the stakes, does the cooking and wash-
EE ing and in return gets to ride free on the merry-go-round. Several now EE
gg come in quick succession. I see Doris Pipes, manager of the old ladies'
EE home, the corpse of Col. Montis, who has died from over exertion of the gg
gig brain, together with Ruth Wiliterxnute, who is drawing S500 a night from EE
2 the Ziegfield Follies, Ken Baldwin, who is in jail for stealing washings, L
EE and Eleanor Lorey, who has become chief inspector in an enormous
gtg needle factory. But look at this muddle. Here are Francis Dempsey,
Eg Mable Twinem, Milda Jacobs, Mary Shutt, Mary Stonebrook, Doris Simp-
Eg' son, Hazel F ishburn, Theyra Bartlett, Helen Merrin, and Irene Thomas, gg
E all of whom are otlicers in 6'The Most Benovolent and Paternal Society 2
2-5 for the Protection of F ishworms, Spiders, VVaterdogs, Frogs and Toads, 2
and for Restoring Sight to all Ground-moles? And here is another prom- 2
EE inent institution, composed of Marguerite Cochran, Elizabeth Jones, Ruth
E Johnson, Hilda Quack, Pauline Gleason, and Lorena Latimer, all of 52
E whom have banded together in a society for the suppression of pipe gg
55 smoking. And now comes another prominent bunch, organized into a
E professional football team in Alaska, the personnel of which is John Mc-
5 Kinley, Lester, or rather, "Bill" Brining, Paul Cunningham, Carl Clark,
:jg Curtis Grubb, Encil Fletcher, and many other Eskimos, all of whom are
is ' managed by Stanley' Moore, and "pepped upv by Carl Van Aman, who
EE leads the Eskimos in cheers. And now I see another group, composed of 35
SE Olive Smith, Bob Odell, and Edith Cleeland, who are singers in the Owl EE
SE Creek Chatauqua Company. But look at this conglomeration. Here are is
SE Marjorie Levering, Lucie and Lula Scottie, Ethel Blaine, Dorothea Rich-
ards, Olive Caldwell, Thelma Larabee, Mary Higgins, Edna Burke, and as
EE Marietta Berger, who are selling Christmas trees to the Eskimos, with
EE Agnes Somers as their very, very high-priced manager. Some smaller
EE partnerships now appear. I see Ken Hoffman, Joe McCarthy, and John EE
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EE F orsmen, but what is she doing! Oh, I see. Her mother certainly named is
if her correctl , for she is touring the world with a noted opera company 2 2
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E and has become famous as an imltator of birds-especially mocking
birds. And now my crystal shows me Mr. Leroy Slusser, who also is
if touring the world, but not with an opera company. No, he stops in at
if little towns, takes a room in a hotel, and, having filled up two or three
gross of ten ounce bottles with nine ounces of water and one ounce of
coloring matter, he sells them on the street as the Resurrection Bitters,
guaranteed to cure anything from headache to consumption. But, when
business is low, he also can qualify as an expert juggler, sword swallow-
EE er, knife thrower, or even bootblack, all depending on the size and con- E
dition of the town.
But right at this point my glass shows me no more such wonder-
Q ful and truly prophetic visions as I have just described. But when I stop QE
EE to think for a moment, I can realize its reason for such queer behavior E
Q -the cause simply is that the future of the whole class has been told, Q
which fact surprises me, for I supposed that it was absolutely impos-
sible for some of our class to have a future-but I guess I must have 2
Q 1 been wrong.
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gg LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Q
Q ELIZABETH HOSACK Q
E We, the Class of 222, of the Mt. Vernon High School, being of
3 sound mind and memory, most of the time, being fully appreciative of 52
EE our greatness and of our accomplishments, and of the glorious honors
E we have attained, unprecedented by any other class in the history of gig
is the Mt. Vernon High School, do make, publish and declare this to be 2
E our last VVill and Testament. However, the girls of the class, due to 2
:li their inherent rights, reserve the privilege of changing their minds at 2
5 : any time. 5 :
32 ITEM 1. VVe hereby direct that all our just and unjust debts be aid 32
:E by "Daddy" Kind before the year 1999 I P EE
E ITEM We bequeath to the Board of Education all our net income s
fi derived from our real estate holdings, being the northern division of
EF the United States of America, so conquered by our famous basket ball '
tealn, to be used by the Board of Education for the erection of a better
and larger high school building for Mt. Vernon, providing this building as
be dedicated as a memorial of our basket ball greatness.
, ITEM 3. We give and bequeath all our chattels, to-wit:-Ponies,
which have been carefully trained by numerous members of our class,
E .to any and all the Juniors who may be unable to progress through the
ii depths of Virffil. ' E:
5 ITEINI 4. VVe, Doris Simpson, Evelyn Levy and Mary Stonebrook, gl-,E
if as members of the Senior Class, do hereby bequeath all our extra if
5 credits, which are plentiful, to Lawrence Hedges, Sumner Lee, and
Ei their associates, to take the place of those lost by 'them in going to the
National Tournament at Chicago by the way of "box-car pullmansf, QE
.ITEIVI 5. I, Anna Sanderson, do hereby bequeath my recipe for E
if "Cookies," which I have tried and found successful, to its rightful own- E
if er, Eleanor Reese, from whom it came. E
gi ITEIVI 6. VVe, the Senior Class, since we have been referred to by EE
EE one instructor as the "dumbest class," will not bequeath our victorious Q
E Senior debate team, significant of the intellect and brains inherent, QE
Q but perhaps not always noticeable, in our class, that is the elements of EE
EE preciseness, cleverness, and deliherateness, as shown by Pauline Tay- Q
E lor: 'calmness by Ray Lepley: tiery oratory by Samuel NVorkmant, to Q
QE any person, but will always hold that team up before the eyes of the Q
QE faculty and the school as one example of what this Senior class can g
Q do and has accomplished. 2 5
Eli ITEM .7. 'We hereby appoint Mrs. George McNabb, our one instruc4 Q
E tor who is forever voluntarily offering motherly advice, as guardian 2
2 for the smallest and youngest member of our class, Samuel Workman.
QE Item 8. VVe hereby bequeath the present basket ball team, com- EE
El! ' posed wholly of members of the Senior Class, the team that has at- Q
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5 tained honors never before accomplished in the history of the Mt.
QE Vernon High School, and honors that it has taken this high school over
EE fourteen years to attain, the team that has so successfully exemplified
E the various qualities and merits of its class in a basket ball way, to wit: E
SE -Our gracefulness as displayed by NVrightg our coolness and deliber- EE
E ateness by F letcherg our endurance by Briningg the fact that we are E
EE always on guard by Cunningham, that we are able to deliver the goods QE
EE by Captain Smithg that we hold a part in reserve by Duke, our execu- E
Q tive ability by Manager Moore: no, not to any person, or group of per- E
EE sons, but to be held in trust and reverence, and respected by all until E
some other team comes forward and shows itself worthy of this na- E
Qi tion-wide famous team. ' Q
EE Item 9. VVe nominate and appoint Miss Hadley to be the execu- E
QE trix of this, our last VVill and Testament. We request that 110 bond be EE
Q required of her because we have abiding faith in her integrity, and we Q
fi do not appoint for her a successor for she will always be with you, as E
EE she is not capable of being "McNabbed."
EE Dated at Mt. Vernon, Ohio, this lst day of April, A.D. 1922.
gli? I Senior Class of '22.
QE We, the Senior Class of the Mt. Vernon High School, do make,
publish and declare this Codicil to our last Will and Testament dated
the ist day of April, A.D. 1922.
VVe hereby revoke and annul Item 3, concerning the said "Ponies,5' QE
gl? of said will, and in lieu thereof we hereby substitute the following, to if:
2 he deemed a11d taken as if originally inserted in said will as Item 3. EE
gig Item 3. After the writing of this will, Miss Campbell appointed if
2 herself caretaker of our Pony Farm, and as all our ponies have been Q
2 confiscated by her, we are unable to assist you, poor Juniors, as we QE
gg have desired. QE
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hands this 7th day of Q
EE Ma , A.D. 1922. t Z!
y Senior Class of 1922.
EE Signed and 'acknowledged by the said Senior Class as our last 'Will' gig
2 and Testament, in our presence, and by us subscribed as attesting wit- 2
EE nesses in their presence and at their request, and in the presence of each gig
E: other, this 7th day of May, A.D. 1922. . QQ
lf ' R. Good Spirit. A
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EE By Ethel White E
2 N ot a one of us is slow, we've got tl1e necessary pep,
E I n athletics or ln studies, we've made the H. S. step,
if N ow since We have honors won, in all we've tried to do, F 3
QE A E verbody cheers us and says goodbye to '22. .
? T omorrow is before us and there too we're oin ' to win 5:
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SQ E ven though we do not know, just where we will begin gtg
32 E xert ourselves and win we will, so 1922 can say, EE
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if "N ow they surely had some Seniors in the bob-haired tlapperis da ." L
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5 T akes lots of work to have your fun, and get your lessons well, QE
EE VV e labored and we did it and live the tale to tell. QE
WE E xamine all the records, you'1l find these four years past, EE
52 ,N ot every time we were on top, but we always won at last. QE
E, T ell the world we'll keep right on, that same good work to do Q
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E Y ouill know us by our victories, the classmof ,22. EE
E T oo short these last four years have seemed. As we go on our ways EE
Et VV e always will remember our happy high school days, EE
QQ e 0 ur teachers, too, who all deserve, the Seniors' earnest praise. ' Q
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: Canon Young Harrison Greer
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EE The aftirmative team was sent happily on its way to Newark with
EE many an encouraging, jolly and clever train letter from Miss Koons' E
and Miss Leonard's classes. The reading of these made the time on QE
the train pass most pleasantly. Members of Newark High courteously
met our party, conducted them to the hotel, and offered every assist- 55
If ance possible. -
When the hour for the debate arrived, the school auditorium
was packed with students and friends. The balcony was a solid lnass
of girl students conspicuous in the high school colors: white middies,
red tiesg white shoes, red stockingsg white hats, red ribbons. Many of
the boys were also gayly attired in white and red. 'Waiters, barbers,
porters, and such must have worked without their customary garb Q
that night. E
The serious part of the program was preceded by some lusty
cheering. VVith Beatrice VV ard as leader, the small group of Mt. Ver-
non fans managed to emit considerable-noise in support of the af-
: 1 firmativc team. Former Mt. Vernon students now at Dennison
helped to swell the volume of noise in our favor.
4 Kenneth Martin was the first speaker and prefaced his speech
1: with a few happily chosen words expressing the pleasure of the vis-
as iting team and gratitude for kindnesses received. Then he launched
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E bravely and impressively. into the debate of the evening. His IHZID- E
QE ner was altogether dignified, easy, masterful. EE
Q The negative side of the question was first upheld by Ethel SE
E Barnes. The other negative speakers were Paul Pine and Helen Ran- E
EE ney with Harold Johnson as alternate. All spoke 'forcefully and well E
EE but it was easy to see that the favorite with the audience was Helen E
Q Ranney. She was one of the three who met our team last year in de- iii
EE hate and while her arguments were no better than, and her rebuttal EE
EE not as good as, those of her colleagues, her previous texperience in if
QE debate gave her greater freedom and ease upon the platform. Q
SE VVhat has been- said of Kennetb's ability as a debater can as truth- Q
gg fully be said of his colleagues, Harrison Greer and Carson Young. The E
gg good work of the alternate, VVanda Thomas, came to light when our EE
EE boys gave their rebuttals. .Upon the favorable ears of Mt. Vernonitcs, EE
EE these fell with remarkable ilnpressiveness. They were new, fresl1,- EE
2 not the speeches heard in practice debate, but devised by the debaters EE
? while listening to their opponents' arguments and delivered in a whol- f
5 5 ly convincing 1na11ner. p EE
But when the decision of the judges came in, it fell to the affirm- E
2 ative to congratulate the negative. Nevertheless, Mt. Vernon High has
2 ' no reason to be ashamed, but rather, indeed, every reason to be QE
:QE proud of her affirmative team. The trouble was only that the judges 52
Q and the Mt. Vernon fans did not agree on the decision. Q
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QE Mt. Vernon's negative team met the affirmative arguments of. the
EE Zanesville team al every angle and gained 'the judges' decision 111 a EE
two to one vote. . . ' I E
gig Ray Lepley made it clear that our debtors can pay m due .t1lIlC. E
as His arguments that cancellation will destroy confidence XV61gl1Gd E
ig heavily in drawing the decision. I I if
2 Pauline Taylor argued that Europe should be alded by planning 5
E a revolving fund of credit and thus stabilize business. Her plan shat- E
3 tered much of the Zanesville argument. . i ' E
Samuel l'l'01'1i'I'I'll1I1 closed with a volley of logic and conviction that EE
E rounded out the contention and brought victorylto Mtg Vernon. t. f Li
if Vera Perrine as alternate did splendid wort 1n t e prepara lon o 2:
E arguments and stood ready to help at all times. 1 E
EE Supt. A. YV. Elliott was the presiding officer. The J udges were Prof. E
EE Delbert G. Lean of Vtlooster College, Prof.ABeverly.Sm1th of Otterbem E
ff' College and Prof. C. C. McCracken of Ohio State UIl1V6I'S1ty. EE
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Q HARRY s. NEWMAN 2
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2 D ty" t rting from the fir t to E
EE the b t t m in the t t for EE
2 petition, h -1 5 1 f Mi. gig
EE . Vernon High sch 1 ng 2
? tl leaders of th t t EE
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35 HAROLD CUNNINGHAM : :
E I End, Captain 2
2 "Cookies" retained his ability to 2
Q throw a pass farther than any body EE
Q else we know. Cookies is considered EE
" " one of the best players ever turned : :
gtg out by the H. S. We are anxious to
E know what his record will be in
: : college. 'Q Q
EE - CREDRIC SMITH Q
QE E Fullback Q
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if 1 "Cert" This was Ced's first year
1 for foot-ball and he proved himself if
E : 1 a star on the Gridiron as well as on QE
the basket ball floor. Q
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li Center E
:: "Curt" proved himself as one of 2
gl-E the best defensive nien ever turned 2
2 out by the H. S. Curt was only able QE
EE to play part of the season, on account
QE of receiving a fractured arm in the
EE Toledo-Scott game.
2 CARL CLARK Q
212 Guard gig
E "Bingyr like Houck, quiet but tt
Q very consistent player. It will be E
Ei t hard to find? H1211 of his caliber.
EE RUSSELL WILLETT 6
Q Halfback ai
5 "Russ" is a good man to buck the gtg
33 'line of an opposing tea1n and you can : :
2: count on him to find a hole and go
1. through it. He will be back next year Q
Q and will help greatly in the con- Q
E struction of next year's tea111.
QE LESTER BRINING ' Ei?
3 Halfback 31 2
2 "Bill" small but mighty, was fear-
Q ed by all teams. No man was too qi
EE big for him. 2
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U, - HARRY DANCEY Q
2 Quarter Back ' '
E 2 I
:EE "Hank" taking the place of Claude 2
E-E BICBFOOIH as pilot of the team, proved 2- -I
EE to us that he knew something about
52 piloting an eleven. Harry was elected
QE Captain of next year's team and we QQ
E feel confident that he will H11 this
gi position to the best of his ability.
CLYDE HOUCK :ii
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EE As a reward for previous year's
QE hard effort as well as his ability to 515
jf fill the position Clyde was chosen as :E
E a member of this year's team a11d his
if work showed that the selection was : :
: : well made. The position requires : E
Q nerve, and he had il. gg
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"Fletch" is perhaps the braincst
and fastest man on the eleven. We
don't think a 111ore consistent man
can be found.
Sumner came to us this year for
the first year and he immediately
proved his ability. He has a way of
hanging on until the last.
"Ed" far surpassed his former rec-
ord: and if he continues to improve
in his next years of play as he has
this, we will have more reason than
ever to he proud of him.
"Ah" made the varsity in his last
year with us, and received much
praise in the accounts of the game
during the season. His place won't
be the easiest to fill next year.
H I - L 0 G 1 9 2 2
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it CLAREN DUKE CLARENCE MCLARNEN QE
its Halfback Guard if
ig While "Slippery" did not make the "Dick.,' This is Diek's first year on Q
if lirst team his letter was well earned. the varsity also, he proved to us 2
if it is too bad they don't play foot-ball that he can hold down the position 2
E at sea. another year. E
QE JOHN McKinley MARCEL 'CORNELL Q
EE Tackle Stub-Center 1 K QE
EE .1 . g , X. 'ff EE
EE "Jack" thru misfortune was un- This was "Massy's" firstgyeaijiwith E
EE able to play last year. He showed us us, and he sure will he a igooatpaian to Qi
Q this year that he knew something a- build a team around next Vyear, ac- EE
EE bout football. cording' to the games he played in. EE
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Q ' SUMMARY OF FOOTBALL E
EE The past season of football was not so successful as those of pre- EE
QE vious years. Our numerous defeats were not the fault of the team or
2 the coaching of Mr. Newman, hut of the extremely hard schedule which E
gg we had., VVeather conditions were also had at times. The team fought QE
gig hard and gamely and it was especially hard to face one defeat after an- Q
2 other. .It has been said "It isn't whether you win or lose, but how you Q
QQ play the game," this is very true. Looking over the season with this in QE
QE mind we find that we have been highly successful as our boys play the EE
2 game in the right way and the right spirit. QE
QE We have great hope for a better team next year. The second team gig
EE has showed up better this year than anyteam we can remember of in :EE
QE past years. QE
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EE 5 After Winning the State Championship at Delaware and receiving
gg the title as Second Best Team in the U. S., Mt. Vernon High School 2
E ends the Most Successful Season in Basket-Ball in the History of the
I-EE K High School. :ji
I I I I
Q At the start of tl1e season when we played our opening game with Q
'Q Commerce High of Columbus, we did not know what the outcome' would Q
E be. After playing our regular schedule of 12 games, We won all but
E three. These three were lost to three of the strongest teams in the State, EE
Q Canton McKinley, Cambridge, Toledo NVoodward respectively, on their
EE own floors. QE
VVe were now ready for the state tournament at Delaware. We went
2 straight thru the tournament with ease. Only once did the team exert 2
themselves to a strenuous effort. That game was with Canton McKinley
gig in the preliminaries. At the end of the first half the score stood 15 to 6 EE
2 in Canton's favor but in the second half Mt. V. showed her comeback
gig and won from the Cantonites by a score of 22 to 19. Vilinning from 2
EE Fostoria in the semifinals by a score of 34 to 19, we went into the finals
55 to play.Delaware and the outcome of that game will never be forgotten. 2
Q Not because it wasrsuch a hard fought and exciting game because it E
Z! wasn't, but onl because of the fact that we had become champions of 2:
gig Ohio, of whichlive had dreamed so many years. The final game ended
gg. with Delaware on the little end of the score, 33 to 17. Q
EE The team returned home and received one of the greatest ovations
E ever given to a basketball team. The team after a week's rest and a QE
QE week of hard practice left for Chicago to take part in the national tour- E
E nament, during the week of April 4. They started to play on NVednesday
E. of that week. Their first game was with Yankton S. D., winning this game E
as the game at the state tournament. The Orange and Black Quintet 33
QE from Ohio had to play the strong Rockford, lll. team in the semi-finals. EE
QE This game, somewhat like the Canton McKinley, put us on the market QE
EE for the next game with Lexington, Ky. We calne out of the Rockford on E
E the' large end of a score 24 to 20 but it took all the pep out of our fellows E
E and they could not go the gait with Lexington, Ky., who had an easy E
'E game with Fogg Hi. of Tenn. This game was a snap for the Kentuckians.
E Our boys were completely exhausted from the game with Rockford, Q
if were not able to put up any opposition. The results of the last game Q
E was 48 to 26, Lexington's favor.
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EE The Mt. Vernon High School basket ball team, Champions of Ohio, 5
2 2nd best in U. S., highest scoring team in State and National tournament. E
:Q Three men placed on all Ohio team, two men placed 011 all American EE
Q team and one man on 2nd all American team. VVhat more could you SE
gig ask from any one team. E
EE VVe also wish to thank tl1e basket hall fans of Mt. Vernon for the is
E support that they have given us this year. EE
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E Mt. Vernon 72 VVest Commerce 13 QE
? Mt. Vernon 35 Akron Central 26 QE
QQ Mt. Vernon 44 Massillon 17 EE
EE 'Mt. Vernon 24 Cambridge 27 EE
Q Mt. Vernon Q 30 Dayton Stivers ' 10 EE
Z! 'Mt. Vernon 23 "Canton McKinley 25 EE
EF Mt Vernon 39 FOSt01 ia t : :
: .1 . 4 f 16 QE
E Mt. Vernon 46 Gambier A 11 QE
E A 'Mt. Vernon 20 foledo VVoodWard 22 QE
E 1 Mt. Vernon 60 Morwalk - 12
E Mt. Y ernon 38 Columbus East 24 ?
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E Games at Delaware Tournament
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1? Mt. Vernon 48 Akron North 9 I
:Q Mt. Vernon 32 Massillon 6 E
gig Mt. Vernon 34 Archbold 10 EE
:E Mt. Vernon 22 Canton McKinley 10 if
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qi Mt Vernon 25 VVoodwa1d Tech 1U : :
5 Mt. Vernon 34 Fostoria 19 E
EE Mt. N ernon 33 Delaware 17 Q
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E Games at Chicago National Tournament EE
gig Mt. Vernon 31 Yankton, S. D. 19 QE
E Mt. Vernon 50 Sutton, Neb. 14 2
M1. Vernon 35 Watooko, 111. 19 QE
M1. Vernon 24 Rockford, 111. Q 20
E Mt. Vernon 28 Lexington, Ky. 46 gill?
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- Total 874 Total 435 gg
EE 'Games Abroad ' 'Overtime Game ?
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EE Average per cent per game Mt, Vernon 40,9 E
EE Average per cent per game Opponents 19.6 EE
5 Games Won 195 Games Lost 4. E
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E CEDRIC SMITH - Y : :-
: : T Center-Captain E
E .H . . 3
-EE 1 "Led holding his record as the 2:
: :- most consistent scorer for the past if
gt: three years and has also made a
2 name for himself on the basket ball E
Q Floor this year. His work at the Del- EE
EE aware state tournament and the EE'
E national tournament at Chicago was EE
E phenomenal. He has been placed on : g
: : the all Ohio and all American teams 'EE
2 as center. His place will be hard to E
Q fill next year. if
1 CHARLES WRIGHT E
it-i Forward 5
1 "Chas." This little tow-head made E
E ' all Chicago stand and gawk by his if
ai wonderful playing in the Sutton, 35
3 Neb. and Mt. Vernon game at : :
E Chicago. He also made the all Ohio gt:
: : team as forward. Another hard job Q2
gtg h for the coach is to fill his place next EE
gtg year. ' -
E 7 ' V ENCIL FLETCHER , T
E Forward Z Q
3 "Fletch.5' This is "Fletches" first 2
gig year on the High School quintet. He gr:
: : is beyond doubt the fastest and EE
2 hrainiest man on the team. His floor E
2 work throughout the season was the EE
Q talk of the town. It is too bad that E
ii he cannot will his basket ball ability gt:
E to some other student for it will be : :
E greatly missed next year. EE
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Q HAROLD CUNNINGHAM 5
E Guard. E
QE "Cookies" has been declared, by if
EE basket ball ofiicials at Chicago as the : :
E greatest guard that ever stepped on 2
if the basket ball iloor. It did not take E
gg . the judges long to decide who the QE
gg best guard was in Ohio or the U. S. E
Q T . Cookies stood out as a star from all
E the rest, This will be one of the
E i hardest positions for the coach to 5:
E Iill next year.
EE ' - - ::
QE LESTER BRINING EE
ii Guard E
EE "Bill" is the greatest guard for :.-:
:: his inches ever turned out by our E,
E school. Fast and ready, dn their QE
2-E fighting all the time, sure was the Q
Q pride of the fans. EE
gi I :
gig CHARLES HOOKWAY Q
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ag "Hooky" in the games in which ii
its he participated, convinced us that
: E we are to have a championship team,
2 next year, with him to captain it.
EE 'l iii
' ' CLAREN DUKE - -
? Sub-Forward I Q
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2. "Slippery" showed us, in the games
2 in which he played, that we need 52
2 not fear if one of the regulars were QE
QE out of the game.
i ' EDWARD ARNOLD Q
E Sub-Guard gig
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SE "Ed" is a hard lighter and has de- EE
QQ servedly won a basket ball letter.
Q The High School is very fortunate
E in having him back next year.
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2 NAME KN OWN AS FUTURE Favorite Expression Q
2 Loren Murray Peggy Dentist 011, Gee Whiz E
3 Karl Van Aman Curley Undertaker P How ,bout cha' kid 5 2
: : Mildn Jacobs Johnny Latin Teacher Oh, Heck m
Q Eleanor Lorey Bill Actress D-- ai
1 John McKinley Jack Evangelist Now, how 'bout that? E
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EE Joseph McCarthy Joe Hen-peeked Husband Tough 5 :
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QE Charles Davis Chass Pres. Beta Phi Sigma Oh iii
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E I've got the fPulln1a11J Porter Blues Ethel Blaine EE
Q Lonesome' Evelyn Levy E
EE ' Do You Ever Think of Me? A Curtis Grubb
Q I've got the' Alcoholic Blues Joseph McCarthy E
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QE Bright Eyes Elizabeth Jones Q
2 A Good Man is Hard to Find g Milda Jacobs EE
Q Meow Mary Shutt EE
2 Kiss Me, live Never Been Kissed Before Edna Burke Q
2 Dardanella Clarence McKnown EE
EE Oh, Helen ' Mr. Foster gg
EE Old Folks Catj Home Colin Montis EE
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Z! You'd Be Surprised . LGYOY SIUSSCI' QE
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EE Why not arrange to come to the studio now '
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