New Albany High School - Senior Blotter Yearbook (New Albany, IN)

 - Class of 1916

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VVV., . ,Z ,. ,. 4. , V31 Q! 'w . , , .,-f , ,. , V-,J-A .V rf. .Al V 4' HV' . . ,kV xA . . 5 k me Ci-'11icD1'l3Ic9ttc1' 2r!Af!ecx! SEOIIGIX CIASSE-.Sf of 7 Naxspwf-alfbfxgxp 1-1 IGH SCI-1501.1 New Albany gg RVSSELL A. SHARP SUZANNE VA N ARSDALE Ibehicatinn 'Un our iessinnh, llioum anh Qiixpressinn Qleaehers, miss Eau Hirshale ant mr. jharp, the tlasses of 'wh anh '16 after: tiunatelp hehitate this 2BIotter in rememhrante of the happy times spent with them in :lass aah sessinn rooms. -Q2'u1SN1odR DLQTTEBFQ be beninr Iutter oath Editors-in-Chief Helen Pierce Hazel Rilling Assistant Editors Edward Plnalre Mary Lee Barth Art Editor Lawrence Moorrnan 1 Elizabeth Lemmon, assistant. Business Manager Jchn Mitchell Clarence Kenney, assistant. Photographs by Riddle, Photographer. Glass Qbffitmi of '1556 anh '16 President Lawrence Moore Vice President David Straw Secretary Madge Goode Treasurer John Mitchell fy' r s 1 A A 'r 11 E. N fi 1,1 6 STN-L GREEN. Ano ALITTLE xv MORE cuL1'svATvNG f wow HURT Pr. , 7701 X f f " 1 -. F f- , .. 1 Y., .4 4 . , '.-.va 5423, ':- .2t:,'2g,:':i. 1 I1 . .ff- x. xv. - -, .':: j ' '-551 issii lj ,, Q fag x flyylulualxdlkxtmskaum.. 4 Q . LW I i n , Photo by Riddle TIME TRBLQ KKK ES DE 9f 1 Q N l3'L,..- P: III 4f ni lll 1:55 '5 og LL 7 MPV' 4 MKTIMG-4 Jiang: ' 1 A . I X o RTUNQTY ,Z-1...-3 ONE HALF' FRRF. "oPPo Ox SV X1 W 2 :O X Q -egaifrznlolx DLQTTELXXQ Lawrence Moor- Ifllfl XVranglersg German Clubg Class Basket Ball, Captain I, Illg Varsity Basket Bally Choral Clubg Varsity Baseball IIIQ Capt.I. C 1 a s s Basehallg Robin Hoodg Class Play. ' Richard Harmon Wranglers IVQ Robin Hoodg Glee Club: Choral Clnhg Orchestrag Latin Clubg Track III. Florence Haffen Speakersg German Clubg Choral Cluhg B. T. T. N. John Mitchell NVranglers, Presi- dent IV, Sec'y. IIIQ President Glee Clubg Business Manager, Senior Blotterg Sec'y Athletic Associationg IIIQ Class Treas. IVg Choirg Choral Clubg Robin Hood. Mary Lee Barth Speakersg Orches- tray Blotter Boardg Latin Clubg Choral Clubg L. B. H. S. Debateg Senior Blot- ter Boardg Class Playg C. T. YV. Helen Pierce Pres. Speakers IVg Pres. Latin Club IVQ German Clubg Ed- itor-in-chief Blotter IVQ Class Playg Ed- itor-in-chief Senior Blotterg First Award Tyler Contest III. Mary Hunt Latin Cluhg Choral Clubg B. T. T. N. Alvin Corcoran Class Basket Ballg Varsity Basket Ball, Capt. IIIg XK'rang- lersg Class Baseball. -QQCJENIGR DLQTTELXXQ Myrtle McKown Speakersg Latin Club. Hazel' Rillind Vice-Pres. Speakers IVg Class Playg Class Treasurer IIIg Presi- dent Latin Club IV. Choirg Clloral Clllll: Editor-ln-chief Sen- ior Blotter. Spencer Wells XVranglerS3 Orches- trag Glee Clubg Robill Hoorlg Choir. Faye Shaffer German Clubg Or- cllestra. Irma Wentzel Clloral Clubg Sec'y Latin Club III. Harry Voyles President XVI'8llgl8fS IVg Latin Clubg Robin Hooclg Class Play. Esther Browne Speakersg Gerlllall Clubg Orchestrag Choir. Forest Hauler Orcllestrag Robin Hood. C-Qgaifiewiolx DLQTTELXXQ Zelda Ulmer Choral Club. James Huckel- berry Class Baseballg Var- sity IIIQ Sporting Editor Blotter III, IV. Sylvia Kahl German Clubg Latin Clubg Choral Club. Clarence Kenney XVranglersg Glee Clubg Sapinsky Con- test III, Second Award IVQ Hunt- ingburg Debate: Choral Clubg Or- chestra, Business Manager Blotter IVQ Ass't Bus. Managerg Senior Blotterg Robin Hoodg Choirg State Discussion Contest IV. Herman Bedo XVranglersg Sapin- sky Contestg Blotter Board III, IVQ Robin Hood. Hazel Miller Speakersg German Cluhg Choirg Choral Clubg Class Playg T5ler Contest, First Award IV. Raymond Jones Class Play. - Elizabeth Lemmon Orchestrag B. T. T. N.: Class Playg Sen- ior Blotter Board. -4??'d1E'NlCDK DLQTTELF2 Madde Goode Speakers, Secretary and Treasurer IVQ Class Treasurer Ilg Latin Club, Sec'y. II, lllg Choral Cluhg Class Sec'y. IVg Cinderella. Paul Seabrook Business Manager, Martha, Cinderella, Robin Hood, Class Play. Roy Cook YVranglers, Class Baselmallg Varsity Baseball IV: Capt. Class Basket Ball lllg Varsity Basket Ball IV: German Clubg Choral C-lull. Esther Hauswald German C l u b 3 Choral Clubg B. T. T. N. Lorraine Duer Orchestra, Robin Hoodg Footballg Class Baseball. Charlotte Herzer German Cl u b g Choral Clubg B. T. T. N. Lydia Tether Orchestra, German Clubg B. T. T. Ng Class Play. Angus McLean Football, Basket Bullg Wranglers: Latin Club, Robin Hood. 1 li -QZEQQIENI lx DLQTTEEXNQ Edgar McKown Treasurerwranglers IV: Pres. German Club IYQ Blotter Board IV. Laura Miller Latin Club. Chester Graff' Wrnnglersg Business Mgr. Blotterg Latin Club. Gertrude Smith Choral Clubg Ger- xnan Clubg B. T. T. N. Martha Bennett Speakersg Latin Clubg Choral Club. Harry Moore Baseballg Choral Club. Esther Mathers Latin Cluhg Choral Club. V Howard Taylor Orchestra UENL li DLQTTEX Q Flora Weible Speakersg German Club, Blotter Board III. Evelyn Sampson Speakers: Latin Clubg Sec'y German Clubg Sapinsky Con- test, First Award III, Blotter Board III. George Hanafee Wranglers: Latin Club. Albert Dupaquier Wranglers, Foot- ball, Class Baseball. Edward Graham Class Baseball IV. Leon Vernia Latin Club. Helen Mitchell Choral Clubg Latin Club, Treas. III, IV 'Stuart McLean v Varsity Basket Ball, Captaing Baseball, Class Basket Ball, Captain IV: Inter- Class Track IIIQ President A. A. IV, Capt. Football III Wranglersg Agora. c-QQQJENIQIK DLQTTELXXQ 1 Ola May Wilson Choral Club. Edwl rd Pin alre Wranglersg Blotter Board IVQ Senior Blotter Boardg Robin Hood. Nellie Peters German Club, Sec'y IYQ Choral Club, Earl Sievekind Robin Hooflg Glee Clubg Clloirg Choral Clubg Class Playg Class Basket llallg Class Baseballg Track Ill. Robert Theis Baseball I, Choral Club: Sec'y Athletic Association IV. Horace Schaefer German Clubg Latin Club: Robin Hood. David Straw XVranglers Ill, IV: Latin Club III, lVg Football III, IY1 Honor Man Sapin- sky Contestg Vice President Class. Sarabel McCulloch Class Secretary lIg Choral Club. A These Photographs by Riddle. egaiffmioa DLQTTEQXQ Hazel Rosenbarger Choral Clubg B. T. T. N. Chester Harmon Class llnseballg Class Basket Ballg Glce Clulvg Orcliestrzi. Lawrence Moore Varsity Baseball Illg Class Baseballg Var- sity Basket Ball III, IYQ Blotter Boarclg XV:a11glersg Class President IYQ Ger- man Club. Byran Eve Class Baseballg Class Football. Vergil Theis Wranglers IVQ Base Ball IV. QEhvnts that Eistinguisheh nur Giwninr year Cinderella-March 3 and 4. Robin Hood!Apri1 28 and 29. Martha, March 17. Latin Club Banquet-April 22. Speaker Debate with L. B. H. S.--May 19. Tyler Dramatic Reading Contest-April 14. Shakespearean Tercentenary-April 25. Sapinsky Public Speaking Contest-May 5. Junior Reception-May 20. Baccalaureate4May 21. Commencement-May 26. Class Play-May 31. l 1 I7 1 UKNDERLLGQBSSNEN CANWNQ T0 mem or mm THIS MAKES we 5:-:vemn ou'v5 BEEN CANNED E- Y me or 1wo wean EH? fWNfL4 GEN fb X63 'VULSANCE QW, Y f I ,Lil Q E! JUNIORS S3HOWOHdOS FRESHIVIAN CLASS 9-A H'6 SSV'lD NVIAII-ISERH i f i GUQGMUZATUGUS x Xb. . - gQ 5? xi N, ,Q x W SUWR' Xe NNN K-' 'J 0 ' 7' A f N p -f' 7 LG 3 fb 1 7 , o G ' , X , 03 Jusr rm. an ram- BW Illllll ' 1 WW 1: mnn, Q e Q S .1 . m Ou 'rms F'e:anosmP lil 5 ' U Q ooo ' TOO.wn..x,v4ou I- EERE. 'J ' U Q, I XX ' ::.5!::: 4 Cb 'Q ii!!! Q Q? ' "'--- '-H E -assi' fl' N as mfr, 55:7 255535: om'-'xuuuvxf gg i ,, .E 3 ' ' 6 fro--The EEE Z B .. - ' ' 4 ,f 4, ,L g --5-4-:E '-- D ..,f Q W , ,kg , ml. -egeifisfvi DLQTTELXXQ Plz um IU' Rilifile' THE SPEAKERS The Speakers, although this has been a year ol' hard work, feel that they have lived up to the plans made in their lirst meeting. Attempting to interest girls in night school. thc Speakers visited all the factories in which girls were employed and talked to them about the opening offered them there for continuing' their education. The Speakers were also interested in getting cleaner streets and alleys in New Albany and, to advertise and publish this movement, they took many pictures ol' llll- sightly places about town. Besides their civic work, the Speakers have kept in close touch with school life. They have given receptions for some of the organizations and have been instrumental in getting proininent business woincn to talk to the girls of the opportunities open to them in the colnniercial world. After taking first awards in both thc Sapinsky and Tyler contests, the Speakers closed a successful year with their victory in the debate with the Boys' High School 01' Louisville. . is ...... .- azz-255. s 1 13 E, N . 19 26 -egeifis 1 ix ntorrnxoe WRANGLER5 PM! I hr lx'ft!i!i'f The Wranglers have spent an enjoyable year in carrying out the purpose of the clubvthat of debating. Under the leadership of two energetic Presidents, John Mitchell, 1515, and Harry Voyles, '16, niany important things were undertaken, The debate with Iluntingburg ended in a close victory for the opposing teain. On account of the lack ct time, the club was disappointed in the industrial survey of the city, under the direction of the Chamber ol' Ccniiiifwfe, but lock forward to taking: it up in the futgxe. The XVl'i11lQ,1Cl'S were well represented in both the state discussion contest and the Sapinsky extunporaneous SIJQHIQIIQ' contest, taking iirst place in the tornier and second plicg 1:1 the latter. OFFICERS: Fall Spring President, John Mitchell President, Harry Voyles Vice President, Chester Grail' Vice President, David Straw Secretary, Herman Bego Secretary, Albert Dupaquier Assistant SCCIQHIFY, Roy Cook Assistant Secretary, David Winn T103SllX'01', Edgar McKown Treasurer, Clyde Hull 1" W i 'l Ad" 4,5 . i, 5122-' 'Q 7 I s 1 A I , T 15 E, N v I L -- ' 4. 1 ' 27 -egQfEN1o1x DLQTTELXNQ lmxu fri' l.mf.fz,f SODALITAS LATINA The Sodalitas Latina tern1inz1teCt their successful work of the yt :ir H515 :ind '15 with a Roman feast to which a few fortunate guests, other than the club niembers, were invited. Augustus himself would have felt at homo in old N. A. H. S. in the ililli'5,ZiIll01lg ferns. flowers, statues and beautiful fountains, spraying out upon growing plants. The guests, breathing the air heavy vsith incense, easily iniagiuezi themselx':'s in the atrium ol' rt house in Old Rome. During the last few months tlie club has adopted 21 novel little pin, They f-an now be identified by a sniall silvcr enxlgleni made in the form of at selioll with tl o en- graved letters S. L. Since the time of its organizatioii, the HSCd?tiii.I1S Latina" has been known for its successful and industrious club members. Much originality has been shown in the Club this year in translating D0DU121I' SOHSIS H110 Latin 211111 making unique contests, The pros grams of every meeting have been interesting and instuietive. The consuls who have carried on-tliis successful your were: H555-Helen Pierce, Edgar MeK0wn. '16-Catherine Lee, Hazel Rilling. fZ32's's 7 N s 1 A 1 ' T E. E. N ' M 454 28 -4??'dENlCDR nrorrnee - I W, IVIUIU 17-Y lx'1'1fzf14' THEQGERNIAN CLUB In the year 15M-16, the German Club has upheld and even added to its reputation as one of the most active organizations in school. The German Club has always been noted for its entertaining and instructive meet- ings but this year it has been unusually successful in this phase of its work. A novel plan of having the programs furnished by the different German classes as represented in the club proved to be a Valuakle experiment, for in this Way a much wider field was covered and everyone was given a chance to show his originality. Much advance was made in the use of the German language in the meetings, owing to the fact that Miss Rockenbach offered a silver medal to tlte person making the most progress in German conversation during the year. After much rivalry and zest in the contest, the medal was awarded to Ruth Borkenheim at the last meeting of the year. Although no open meeting has been given, the German Club is not going back on its custom of having one big social event and it is planning for a picnic up on Silver Hills, to which all members and those who have assisted the club in any way, will be invited, A V , ffZ2::s'a , I S I A ' T E E. N 46 2 ' e 29 -QYKJENIGR DLQTTEXXQ ORCHESTRA This lias been an unusually successful year for the orchestra. The work of the iirst term culminated in the recital given just before the holidays. This was the only appearance of the orchestra before the public because most of the time was spent in con- structive work in the regular practicing. The biggest thing of the season was the at-coinpaniinent for the opera "Martha," early this spring. Nothing so difficult has ever been undertaken in the history of the organization and if Mr. Embs had not been sure that the orchestra was capable oi it, the public would have been deprived of a splendid program. Another thing which made- the year an unusual one for the orchestra was the trip to Charlestown to play at the commencement. This was the first trip the orchestra has taken in many years and it was greatly enjoyed by every one. The work closed with the annual recital given May 19, There was much talent shown in this concert throughout the entire program. VVith the graduation of this class, Mr. Embs will lose many valuable members but, although this always happens, each year, he succeeds in producing a better Orchestra. So may this be the case next year. , , fl ,Z' 1 4? S I x v T E. N 14. 30 Q-QQQJENIQR DLQTTELXXQ ARGO CLUB LASSIES O' LIDDESDALE 31 QQQJEN 1011. DLQTTEXXQ 15711110 lil' lfllfrflz' B. T. T. N. According to the custom tlie '1515 girls formed a Senior Club. For a 10212 time W9 were witlout a nanie, not because we were unable to find one, but because we found so many suggestions that it was hard to choose the best. After a regular Speaker-Wrangler debate at each meeting, we Hnally decided upon calling ourselves the B. T, T. N. No, we had no officers-but why need we have any, with only eight girls? Nor have we any aim except that of making' our girls better friends. Hikes, wiencr roasts, kid parties, etch., gave us so many incidents of school life to store away for future enjoyment when we could no longer sae the friends of N. A. H. S. You are probably waiting for our name and you certainly shall know it, How could we choose a name from so many good ones suggested, that would show our trouble and be more appropriate than, "Better This Than Nothingn? S I I, T 1-1 E. N IL 4-3' 32 X'Q O3 1 FOOTBALL SQUAD 19 1 5 egaife-:Nick DLQTTEXXQ The ,litem Qlkbinh the sam Coach Best Bobbie volunteered his services. He wasa faithful coach, an earnest worker, always on the look- out for the good of the teain. Mr. Buerk Coach Daniels He was an excellent coach, one in whom the boys had confi- dence. It was nn- foriunzlte that lie was unable to be present at the games on account of play- ing on the IT, of L. team. The man who is "responsible" for the team. He supported the team to the extent of backing it with his personal credit. To him is due the fact that last year's team had the best equipment of any team in the history of our school. Mr. Meldahl He was an unusually good manager. He saw that there was a full schedule of good games and he managed the nuances with great skill. Clarence Rogers He knew the game and knew how to teach it to the boys. He had the team in good shape when he left for Lexington, Kentucky. Mr. McLinn To him is due the credit for getting the funds to pay up the debts of the season. .. 35 c-QQQJENIQK DLQTTELXXQ l l i ARTHUR BATES, Quarter-back One of the tinest football players N. A. H. S. has ever hai A full of grit, in every play. Displayed excellent judge- :nent in running the team. ANGU8 McLEAN, End Quiet, heady player. Best upon defense. Marked by indomitable courage and great skill in intercepting runners. TH EODORE STEIN, Tackle His weight and courage were valuable assets to the team. He made it a point to be in every play. CHARLES MEYER, Guard He was a good balance to Goulding 'upon the other side of center. Had plenty of courage and was never afraid to break up any play, however massed. w HARRY GOULDING, Guard . Consistent player. His position did not allow brilliant N playing, but his team play brought substantial returns. r ROSCOE DE LOZIER, Tackle Received his first training in the Manual Training High 1 School. He was an excellent ground gainer. Kept his head, feet and temper, upon all occasions. 36 egeiuie lon DLQTTELXT ROBERT KELSO, Half-back Splendid runner in broken Held. His great run of 85 yards in the Thanksgiving game will be remembered in football annals for many years. DAVE STRAW, Center A tower of strength, amiable, cool, a fine passer, a close student of the game. The enemy could never gain through his place in the line. HARRY REED, Captain, Half-back Very fine field captain, played with great energy and showed knowledge of the game. ALBERT DUPAQUIER, the "Count," End Displayed great aptitude for the game. Made the touch-down from a forward pass which won us the game from St. Joseph. ROY RANDALL, Guard Excellent player, earnest, a close student of the game. STUART MCLEAN, Fullback He excelled at charging. One of the best ground gainers we have ever had. His presence would steady any team. . 37 eg2ius:N1o1x DLQTTELXXQ A rm f- ,, VARSITY BASKET BALL The past season has been an unusually successful one for the Basket Bah Team. From the first the fellows displayed their eagerness to train and plunged in to win the games. Every man did his best, each sacrificing individual starring for teamwork. The team met the greatest disaster of the year when it lost through graduation Barney Moore, captain, considered one of the best forwards in New Albany. Although he was only with us for the first three games, in these he displayed great activity and fast play- ing. Barney was succeeded by Stewart McLean and later in the season Bates was chosen captain. This year N. A .H. S. was not disappointed in the desire to play in the tournament, After winning over some of the best local teams, the boys were in good shape for a suc- cessful contest. Three games were won by the quintet before they wnt down before Salem. Although outplaying Salem in team work, the strain of three successive games told on our boys sooner than it did on our heavier opopnents. Mr. G. Ferguson, a member of the Anderson team at the time of their state cham- pionship, coached the boys. By showing them many successful plays, he developed a strong team, which gained for N. A. H. S. the reputation of the best team work in the Falls Cities. 38 -4?2?fdJENl0R niorrrnbe Roscoe Delozier Arthur Bates Lawrence Mooreman Stuart S. McLain INTER-CLASS BASKET BALL The Inter-Class basket ball for 152, and '16 ended in a triumphant victory for the enthusiastic Seniors. The season was interesting and exciting throughout and marked by brilliant and fast games. The games were well attended by large crowds composed of energetic class rooters. The tie between the Juniors and Sophs was not played off and both remain claim- ants for second place. The hard playing shown in the class series supplied good and capable players for a splendid Varsity. Captains of Inter-Class Series: SENIORS-"Stew"-By bringing the same spirit as he used in football into his game, Stewart, with his splendid leadership backed by fine team-work, was responsible for the Senior victory. JUNIORS-"Punkie" has been a fine captain and has shown splendid ability as a. leader. His fast and sure work brought the Juniors up to the top. SOPHS-Bates has been perseverance itself during the past season. Cheering his men on to victory, he never gave up until the last, turning many seeming defeats into victories. FRESHMEN-DeLozier-Although a new man in basket ball, DOL0zier developed into a splendid leader. His team has met many defeats, but showed enthusiastic work throughout the whole season. Mr. Hickman tmanager of Junior teamj-Isn't it funny that every team 1 have charge of, wins? Mr. Belch-That's because you don't have anything to do with it. 46 S, ... , Wx r 4 s 1 A ,L T is E. N 434' , , 39 -4?2?fdENl0R DLQTTELXXQ THOSE WHO WON AN "N" ARTHUR BATES-Guard. Bates was the live man of the team HIS enthus asm and strength, coupled with confidence, made him a valuable man. ALVIN CORCORAN-Forward. Corky always did his best for general team xi oxk His gentlemanly conduct on tl'e floor gained him the respect of all. LAWRENCE :MOORMAN-Center. Punkie knows the intricacies of the game ard is a heady player.. 'He is an earnest wcrker and knows the advantage' of big teet CLARENCE HERZERffForward. All the boys played earnestly, but Llai ence wa always substantial and enthusiastic in all his work. . - fn, s ANGUS MCLEAN-Guard. The defense was upheld by "AngY rlftymh to t e utmost. of his cne1gy.'Accu1'a'le passing gained him his 5 LAWREIXCEQNIOORPI, Forward- Barney was captain last term He played tis position well"'and had -a good eye for the basket. 4 '. Sffff ..Q?'i HE.QV,ylT,T SHRADER, Substitute-Hubby was au excellent man who liew the game. Ifekvas always ready when the team needed him. The Season's Results N. A. H. S. 25 N. A. H. S. 50 N. A. H. S. 17 N. A. H. S. 36 N. A. H. S. 28 N. A. H. S. 35 N. A. H. S. 41 N. A. H. S. 17 N. A. H. S. 27 N. A. H. S. 19 N. A. H. S. 16 N. A. H. S. 21 N. A. H. S. 13 N. A. H. S. 15 N. A. H. S. 24 N. A. H. S. 28 N. A. H. S. 14 Total 426 Alumni Charlestown L. 13. H. S. Salem C1'lZll'10StO1VI1 CTournament.J Scottsburg St. Xavier's Bedford St. Joseph Calumet Bedford Owengbox 0 Salem Carlton Smitliville Linton Salem 22 li 24 12 2J 26 19 15 15 16 26 1U 2.9 32 23 26 15 Total 345 LINEAL MEASUREMENT TABLE. Mr. Martin--How does a hobo travel? Bright Student-By feet, rods and back yards. Mr. Sharp.-Well, if you didn"t have anything' to eat your lunci with what did you do, throw it away? Small Girl-Oh, no, sir, we went on until we came to a fork in the load ,M A ,1z?-25's , 1 5 I A ' T E. 1 5 - - 2. 1 ' 40 egeiasmiort DLQTTELXXQ Herbert Stein Richard Hauswald Maurice Stack Albert Dupaquier THE WINNING TEAM The Juniors had the best team-work of all the classes in the series-and all the games- in which the Juniors played were interesting. The team was unfortunate in losing their pitcher, but Arthur Bates took the box and finished up the season to the best of his ability. John Vernia took Arthur's place behind the bat and, he and Arthur, well sup- ported by the rest of the team, made things interesting. The team was unusually fortunate in having a great number of good hitters. Be- sides the boys already named, special mention is due Roy Randall, who played first base, and Joe Renn, outtieldcr. The Juniors are predicting a victory for themselves in the series next year and few people are contradicting them. ALBERT DUPAQUIER, Capt. Seniors He was the mainstay of the Senior team. He never lost his head, but was always cool. He was also a good utility man. MAURICE STRACK, Capt. Juniors. Much of thc credit for the victories of the Junior team belongs to Maurice Strack and he deserves special mention for the good placing of his men which resulted in such excellent team-work. RICHARD HAUSWALD, Capt. sophs He. as a popular captain, kept his team well together. He was respected and liked by all his mon, to which is probably due the fact that the team made as good a showing as it did. HERBERT STEIN, Capt, Freshmen He was a gccd all round man, able to play almost any position for which lle was needed. I-le kept his team in hand so well that they didn't get into a wrangle during the season. ....f---- . Ag.. Mfr.,-i.-,-. . . I f- ' gfzgftf sx s 1 x wfr E E. N gl" 4I c-QB' Dterrnxvife- THE BASE BALL SEASON During the bad weather and the many activities requiring the attention of the school, the games were not as well attended this year as they have been ln previous sea- sons. The teams, however, played through the schedule with great zest although unsup- ported by a grandstand. Kenney Fawcett knocked the only home run of the season, bringing in two men. The series next year promises to be the most interesting in the baseball history, judging from the fact that the Juniors feel sure that they will win, the Sophomores say they will be the champions of 1917, and Mr. Belch, Freshmen manager, says that the Freshmen will be victorious. QUIT YOUR KlDDlN'! Sweet Stogle worked with groaning zeal To renovate an auto wheel, Applying paint, he made a coat. He-labored seven hours with zest, Then lay upon the grass to rest, Exclalming, "My, that got my goat!' His ma persmbulating by Heard hlm and answered with a sigh: "You have no goatg you never did." But "Stogie," erudlte, with cheer Asseverated then quite clear, "To be exact, lt got your kid." As Mitchell had his picture took His face was sad, his head was bent, "Why don't you smile?" somebody asked, "I can't," said he, "think what I've spent." WHEN THE CAFETERIA WAS RUNNING. Bean soup was a luxury, Water quite a treat, And lt took a microscope to sea The things we got to eat. The pennant did the Juniors cop, The banner now is theirs: And all the teams that they did meet Are needing great repairs. 1.- idzeffak, x s 1 X: 4 'r .la . I 22 13, N 45 -egeiusmlon DLQTTELXXQ Eaffpnitiuns Daffynitions-A daffynition is nothing told in the briefest manner possible. Cafeteria-Obsolete. Loaling4An occupation devoted to the useless utilization of spare time. RecitationfA splendid tield for originality and invention. BlaeklistMA twentieth century cradle roll. Flunkers-A class in agriculture featuring grade raising 011 I'9D0l'fS- JuniorsiA certain specie of fish supposedly descendent from the blowlish variety. Egotistf-An animal well known from its habit of paying itself compliments in its sleep. 95 Per cent Student-It's all a mistake, Caroline-it's all a mistake. History teacher-A long drawn out torture of modern times. Hard work-No longer in existence. Excuse-Another scrap of paper. Guarantee-Substance of "Ste-inie's" speeches. Geometryf+A solid that oftimes causes indigestion. Recreation-Writing 5-page theme after school with tlnermometer at 92. Date-Several hours of supreme agony, divided by two. Brains-Some people really have 'em, but the majority of people find a vacuum or a solid in their stead. Monotony-Our dear teacher reading Wiley and Rhiiies. Pony-Means of locomotion over rough places. Gossip-Nothing made the most of. Gas-A wealth that is distributed freely to all the students. Success-The Scandinavian word for classes of 1559 and 16. .. b -414-6753, . , x S I X T E E. N 42' 0 " 44 w. ' I ,T ' ' T k-'4 ' fy' 'D 3x f' vs Q XV , f f pfdr K "' i 5 ff ' i VXA 'fx ' is if X Sf' X X ' swx w va, gg Q 15 A ri- X li- v ably T WG N f W 5,5261 .X E X M 2 Q Qc ' U W Q 4 f X 4 5 fn X f XR If x X fmllm QU N , f X "" X 'mem H' 'I GE if K f -f "" .3 " " me "' 4 uAlfInmklL,4,5,7lf..M.5ul.u..MAVM---x-'--15' 1.4- .-. st., 1::.:,::'z::f.M 3 It P Bllbnfi-LK 'sl .LQ 9 o 1 .fy X one if ZS wwf wfwm Eszifl 4-il rlqfffrefr wmv' 1-ly, X x x " A a L r Vs ji' LYQ-J -L N 1 'fi 3 e 6' Z 'fuer Umnlm if sfrvvc Q 1 se S 4 N ? 3 FA: Smarrzvl vmvfvu or A MIILU VKKNCBQNEEL Endeavorlng to take advantage of his knowledge of Economics, one of our young friends tried to get the fellows to buy their commencement flowers wholesale. We have to admit Ed Pinaire with his curly raven locks made a good King Richard. Mr. Theis wishes to announce that he is taking the home cure for his recent mania. We fear our beloved Principal looked into the mirror at the beginning. Dick Harmon, the man that is doing things for New Albany. It is chieflv through him that a new arc lamp has been placed on Elm street. The Retail Merchants will undoubted- ly be glad to endorse the Senior Blot- ter as an advertising medium. When the Civics class visited the -egeimmlon DLQTTEXXQ ga 9940100 f' ' K- Yu 9 An ns los Y Q I-nv sr v-L v , 9 ltlzlliiv X do I 'vu M mu .. L ss' 'sf M lf"-Qc" ' F0854 x F P' f U. L NHL B .-A a A So-ac sou f N ng env have A 3 out w . be f x . . 1 R ? 1. Bill , Sh X Q 2 Lian.: Bguugr nv-was-on -r 2 '1 ru Yuki K , 9 Reformatory, Miss Shaffer's pet W 4 ,H Q' ,O , . Sonemnvv 'Q wget' to French came off Just as she tripped m-iv...v ,Q fm down the front steps. She stayed at 5 L 1" home. ' 57 , At the beginning of the term some kifmi 9 upper classmen came -upon Lizzie LQ 5 QV: 1 Bennett in the gym trying to work 5 . N? some German exercises out before at- Z I - tending class. 1 439s S -,X-.-... .. 5, 5-it , 4 , ' J I A , T E E. N 441 : 46 IRD TT RT womx i 1 I El! pc 1, mai N two .N - :D f Af? I Swlbvvx sn u coo-v'wmu.w f Til d '-735 Z is in 1 "" X 1' Gif' EN An XRM Puovn or A TLUNKERS Harry 'mousnu . QW A , IQ gl I! Mr. Meldahl and Miss Ruthenburg announced their engagement. A sketch of the mean man Mr. Mel- dahl is always talking about. Some graduates are mere sticks lf some cynics are to be taken as au- ' thoritles. Test tubes evaporate quite rapidly when adapted to other purposes. This ls seen very often strolling around all alone. Poor seems to be happy, Dupe, he ls green, but A B C class the square. The color of this cube the delegates of the swear that they are on Our modesty and Mr. McLlun as censor has required that this ex- quisite masterpiece be turned to the wall. No explanations needed, believe me. l 'xx' mer. "1 z -er 0' t -.f ' L fl' wa' si., : he L A fun wsu L X mi: Qi E 'vzxaf' ,, v Q .-Hr. .A -rn Asc nusnvc Sum, .9 Q Q7 Lonvosvvf RUUKC 0' "0 vnu Sn nvnss-0-1 N -has or vnu aqrrmm-Q IIWOQ fl, if KD xf ffl 0 sr' ,-':-f:'- ' i,,,.4-ASX S I A r r E E. N 21' 47 egeiurtniioa DLQTTIEZXXQ - nnnr Giituhznts CLASS OF 19155 First Honor'--Evelyn Sampson, 92.53 Second Ilonor--fltldgai Meliown, 92.251 Other llonor Students-fMnry Hunt, 91.62 Florence Haffen Gertrude Smith CLASS OF 1916 First llonorflflora VVaible, 93.11 Second Honor-Helen Pierce, 92.84 Other Honor S1Lulent,s-Either Mathers, 92.55 Raymond Jones Nellie Peters Horace Schaefer Martha Bennett Hazel Rilling SHARP POINTERS Quoting Mr. Sharp-"Married men" on the Blotter staff delay the issuing ot' tre Blotter. Ncvenagain! Make comments upon the speeches of others so that they may have an excuse for making comments upon yours. People should not endeavor to carry a stiff upper lip, If they do, and by oliance encounter the chilling glances of their fellow men, it might crack. A hard boiled egg for lunch is oftimes more appropriate than a can of sardines in a gold Hsh L-owl. When at dinner, never offer the Asparagus tips. Diligcnt application tranforms the hardest work into play. Have you ever noticed how few are the people that care to play? Atlletes should wear 'silk stockings, as this kind cf hosiery promotes runners. Never brag: about being a blonde, or else people will make light of thee. Students should not hold conversations or loiter in the halls, as this affords teach- ers indulging in the same pastime less privacy. WHAT DOES HE DO NOW? W'he'n Richard felt a pain at heart Or indisposed with ills, He took a trip to his health resort On top of Silver Hills. APPROPRIATE. Ladies' Man-Don't you know I use a hair tonic every morning? It keeps the hair so soft. Bored One--ls that so? What do you use, wood alcohol? I-1Z?.f?'53sx y I S I A , T 15 E. N ll. iz' i 48 r 4 '14 2 Z ZZ me take pleasure , 0 uno much prtoe 1 " in presenting this Hobertising gestion Z of jenior 2BIotter Q '15 1916 JB. H. 19. 55. is knotnn hp its loving .JFrienhs V Thumb through these coming pagesg ine romrnenh these aohertisers to pour gooh patronage. 2Boost1Betn Elllhanp uno Gihop at Home 49 The Spirit of -.-mIs-- High School Days S We e I S 17 gp can best be remem- bered by an artistic piece of Sanitary Fountain JEWELRY Candy and Music Frum J. 0. EIIDHIS, gigvgfafgl, 330 Pearl sr. New Albany, Ind. MCCULLOUGH'S TIIE EIGH'1'II STIIEET DIIUG S'l'ORE A GOOD PLACE TO BUY ATHLETIC GOODS, CAMERAS AND FILMS WHERE YOU GET YOUR D. 85 M. BASEBALL TIIICY DELIVER FREE AND FREELY HELP! There was a young fellow named WELLS, Who dreamed of sweet Wedding-Bells, He had dates galore, And then a few more, Still he's minus his Madamoiselles. THE FLOUR QUESTION SETTLED .I B A u S E . L... ..ll, ik 'F ' . ' J l ift "i.,, It . 5 1 Q l iill zhi "':1-w . g,,,, ,,Mf.- - - xxxxgf ' IlIsbury's esl llso BlLLlRD'S OBELISK and MIGIIULII Flour CHICKEN FEED FOR BOTH BIG AND LITTLE CHICKS LOUIS HARTIVIAN dt SONS iv! 1 50 Try Sapinskyls The smre Wim lndividualizy Garments- Distinctive Prices-Quality Considered, Most Reasonable Service-Courteous and Painstaking WOIHCH 'S WCHF--MCH 'S WCHF fff f f fl! Wi! Q 7 W 4 ffif Z If xffhz New Location-Pearl and Main Sts. 5I High School Students, Come to Lerchy's FOWFEC and Find Home Made 5 . i fefvdxifb Candies and Ice Cream "ION:-nv I BOXIE PHONE 254 127 EAST SPRING STREET The Very Best Made. Films Developed I0c per roll Fllm Packs 204: PYIIIIS 30 alld 40 Bach The ldcllonald-Sloekdell Go. INCORPORATED PHOTO FINISHING KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. . Pearl and Market New Albany. Ind. WE BELIEVE HIM. Mr. Me1dahlYEllsworth, what would you do if you had a million dollars? "Schanie"-Nothing. CORRECT-Mr. Meldahl-What old duck turned pirate after following the slave trade awhile? Student-Admiral Drake. For New Albany-By llew Albany The great men of this country, of all creeds and denominations, unite in pronouncing the Y. M. C. A., next to the Church, the greatest asset of any com- munity. BOOST THE Y. Nl. C. A. rifwe- Nix . .. 'f' l'l",,, - -.IT 1 - if-do il Ni '1'y,.,,,g,5.Wf ' Sai? ,cgi if si. 1 w,,rff5ff'ff' X, -, X ff! ' f ' N Xu 1 4' f 3 x . Q' iff. sri: J? In xl f ' if-E .5':'9-Q. ' 1,1 N Q gr? , '12 ,,'1"ffv,'i ' .I i':'qe':Q f' ' 'jgfh ffm "7-1,3 . -5 X- . fwmlflf. , I wwf, 'w,gi., .,.,,'.1f4gafb1 -X Be Wise Let GABLE Furnish Your H 01116 52 W1-IE WHITE I-IGUSE S. W, NEWBURGER 61. CO. TYLE thatls really stylish suggests dignity-"freak" creations aren't considered seriously by men who know "what's what." A You'll find here clothes that are sanely stylishg thoroughly dignified, refined apparel -clothes with permanent shapeliness- inade of woolens that give service-patterns that dress you with distinction. VVe're specializing right now on Suits at I Iliff! ,lrri 1 J ' li I ifff I I TI, ' I' N , I QI1 Iii llu, ig 'iiliillm ,,fY ' ,fl I lf'lM, I fl 1 ll ., . l i lil! L w ill I' l l l AI Ex ulu x we If ill, , ' ,131-I nl as L 329 "1N'23l5-. ADVICE FROM COOKING DEPARTMENT. Don't beat a steak-you'l1 spoil its tender disposition, If a girl is disorderly, let an egg beater. We insist that powder spoils the complexion. This statement is based upon rumors from the European battle front. FOR PARTICULARLY GOOD SERVICE'- SERVICE THAT WILL PLEASE YOU'-CALL ON THE New Albany Steam Laundry Co. 53 f . ill ' BIIIIGNIJS Allll SEIII-PIIECIGIIS STONES GGLII AND SILVER UNNAIAENTS f, AGIIOIIIE LINE UF GIFT THINGS .. . ELGIII WATCHES , ...I ,,4. f s eff . 72' . ' is XL' I 5 'f S 1" sb F r X will I' o if Idfi IWW W Wy ff A - W5 Wo Er of 'Wav' G, IIfIIf J , q. Solid Gold and Gold Filled Braoelels From SIZ lo S30 Solid Gold and Gold Filled Jewelry Gold Beads, Neck Chains, Set Rings, Bracelets, Vanity Cases, La Vallieres, Gold Lockets, Gold Crosses, Souvenir Spoons, XVatches, Signet Rings, XVatch Chains, Gold Charms, Fountain Pens, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Tie Clasps, Gold and Silver Belts -A'1'-- N. LEIST ..,.'liZYiifiE. FRANK A. KRAFT Funeral Director and Embalmeral Born Pi-iomzs 280 146 and 148 East Main St. Young Men of Taste Go to Morgan for their Clothes. There's a distinctiveness in ii1,fahric and workmanship that Stamps a fellow in Morgaifs Clothes as "up to snuff" hoth in society and in the business world. JGIIII J. INUIIGIII 81 SIIIIS I2 Blocks from N. A. H. 5.3 Prices Reasonable. Mr. Meldahl fexplaining a holdupl and escaped. Yes, indeed, he ran through my pockets IF IT COMES FROM FIIGHT IN QUALITY BAKER 'S RIGHTIN STYLE IT WILL BE RIGHT RIGHT IN PRICE lVzdu'ing llIl'IfftIfl'0llS, Clzlfing Cllrds, 1,l'i7I!Z'lL.Q', .SYtlff01lt'lj" and Books. Baker's Printing House BANK AND MARKET STS. MASK BAKER ABOUT IT" W. A. PINAIFIE GROCERIES, MEATS AND VEGETABLES XVe are the grocers that invite you to weigh after us. HOME PHONE 566 CUMB. PHONE 201 VINCENNES AND EKIN AVE. NEW ALBANY, IND. WE GUARANTEE EUREKA If it is not satis- factory, return it and get your money back. You Are the J udge 6 Bas ECT PA 7. UREK BETTER ALBAN4 Ask Your Grocer for Eureka No Better Flour Made .L H.EHdne and Go. fo P9 f 54 MAKE YOUR DATES DURING VACATION TIME AT BU RD 54 STRATTON BON BONS IDARFAITS SODAS SU N DAI- I-TCI. And while being refreshed -meet your friends and classmates who always come to the QUALITY STORE TH ERE'S A REASON Small Girl-How long can a man live on water? Professor-That is according to the kind of a boat he is on. Fond Parent-Now "Lizzie," if you don't be good, the bogey man will eat you. Lizzie-No, he won't either-no, indeed, cause I'se spoilt, I is. First Stude-And I was 'thrown out of the dance hall by that big cow of a black- smith over there. First Student-On account of his bellows. Jos. T. Krementz J. R. CARNAI-IAN Handles nothing but me best D E N -,- , ST Meats, Beef, Pork, Veal, Lamb and S31-15398 223 PEARL STREET -- NEVV ALBANY, INDIANA Also a nice line of Fresh Vegetables, Fancy All of the new novelties as Groceries and Oyster-5 well as the more conservative A, models cangbeifound at the Your Patronage Solicited EE Boston Shoe Store 615 VINCENNES ST. 304 Pear' Stn" See us for your BOTH PHONES Commencement Shoes 55 Anders Rasmussen MFLORISTH Choice Roses and Carnations a Specialty WE HAVE THE LARGEST CUT FLOWER GROWING ESTABLISHMENT WITHIN A HUNDRED ' MILES OF THE FALLS CITIES BOTH PHONES 1108 VINCENNES ST. Student to George Carrick-VVhat's the matter, George, you eem to be peeved George-Nothin! I've just had a brush with my fatli First girl in Cooking Class-Oh! Quickg call a dcctor! Second girl, excitedly-What for. Are you sick? First girl-Oh, no, but niy cake is very low. Frank Zinsmeister if Co. WHOLESALE GROCER-I-ES Try a case of our High Grade Fancy Blend Valley View Coffee 30. 60 and 100 Pound Cases Sole Distributors of Honey Bee Milk 317-3I9-321 stare Street New ALBANY, INDIANA SCHREIBER ci HOWARD PARTICULAR I-'Rl:.SCRH-'TIONISTS EAST MARKET AT FOURTH NEW ALBANY. IND 56 Valparaiso niversity VALPARAISO, INDIANA A FOU N DE D 1 873 HE Vnivcrsity was founded with the idea of giving to every person the opportunity of obtaining a thorough, practical education at an expense within his reach. That such an Institution is a necessity may be judged by the fact that each year, since the beginning the attendance has been greater than that of the previous year. It offers excellent equipment for doing the highest grade of work in the following twenty-one departments which it maintains: Preparatory, High School, Primary Methods, Kindergar- ten Methods, Commerce, Plionography and Typewriting, Review for Teachers, Education, Arts and Sciences Engineering, Architecture, Manual Training, Agriculture Expression and Public Speaking, Music, Fine Art 1 i 1 Domestic Science, Pharmacy, Law, Medicine, Dentistry. The expenses are the lowest. Tuition fzo per quarter of twelve weeks or 3265 per year of forty-eight weeks if paid in advance. Iloard with furnished room Qf29 to 3541 per qvarter. FOR CATALOG ADDRESS HENRY B. BROWN, PRESIDENT OLIVER P. KINSEY, VIC-E-PRESIDENT THE FOFITY-FOURTH YEAR WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER 19, 1916 OCCUPATIONS WANTED BY GRADUATING CLASS. XVANTED POSITION: Papering walls of air castles -'tBab" Barth. Selling license tags for dog' iisl:-Harry Moore. Trimming wicks for electric l2lIIDS.fAlb6I'I Dupaquier. Waiting for old 1naid's birthday.-I-Iome phone 1329. BUY YOUR For Hot Water ELECTRIC FAN after the fire is out use the N OYV BEFORE HOT WEATHER CATCH:-:S 66 I 99 YOU UNPFIEPARED u JUST RE- CEIVED A FU'-L LINE ' GAS 'SVATER IIEATER UNITED GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. 4 New A1bany's Most Popular 53 I , Shopping Center Dry Goods LADIES' READY-T0-WEAR, Etc. 57 f W ' OUR Morro: Quality and Service Give Us Your Next Order for Coal, Cement, Lime, Sand, ' Gravel, Coke or K indling M me X-A we rn River Coal and Supply Co. Both Phones 2000 Office and Yard: Pearl and River .J Senior, to Lizzie--Say, kid, do you believe in SDIIIIS Lizzie'-Certainly, my father is a saloon keeper. A SEEDY CORE. Loraine Duer ftelling about Charlestown Bandy-The village drum corps was ln the majority composed of seeds. FRED. TYRAUF CROCKERY, CHINA, GLASSWARE, CUTLERY AND KITCHEN FURNISHINGS HOME PHONE 404-A l33 EAST MARKET STREET NEW ALBANY. INDIANA ROYAL CLEANING AND DYE WORKS l4'RlCD. L. COOK, BIANAGER HATTER, CLEANER AND DYER KVORK CALLED Fun Axim nlcLlvERlcn RESIDENCE: 403 E. INIARKET ST. HOSIE AND SVORKS: FIRST AND INIARKET STS. HONIE P NEWV ALBANY, IND. GIVE US A TRIAL 58 E-1. 1. -, - 1- i The L g O Une Dozen Roses Best Prescription ' Assortment of Fern - .- , Une Beautiful Box ln the World 4 lnnat one mmm Dr' M' D' Take weekly and repeat indefinitely The above prescription has cured more cases of grouch, weariness, headache, heart-ache, despondency and actual illness than any other we know of. If you don't believe it, ask your own physician. A fine assortment of flowers for every occasion of gladness and sadness. ln such cases, 1,111 the doctor. JOHN G. BETTIVIAN 6. SON FLORIST 1601 EAST IVIAIN STREET AUTO DELIVERY TO ANY ADDRESS IN FALLS CITIES BRANCH OFFICE MISS ROSE DETRICK History Teacher-Yes, children, Romance was unknown in Roman History. The Shining Light-Beg pardon, teacher, but who put the Roman in Romance? First Stude-What is that I smell burning? Second Ditto-Oh, nothing but a few dry leaves. F. Stude-What! Dry leaves this time of the year? Second Ditto-Certainly! "Punkie" Moorman is burning the remains of a joke book he was writing. E. G. MAYES succzsson TO cHAs. n. Kmosrzl. onus co. Wholesale Drugs, Paints and Oils HOME PHONE 103 CUMB. PHONE 176 110 SOUTH SIDE MARKET BETWEEN STATE AND PEARL STREETS DISTRIBUTORS FOR PAFIKE DAVIS G. CO. LLOYD BROS. MERCKS CHEMICALS P. G. 6. CO. MASTIC PAINTS Everyone who wants the best SODAS AND SLJNDAES GoesTo PFEFFERS You know why, don't you? Just step in and try one! VINCENNES AND SPRING 59 You Can Get Your Noon Lunch For I5 Cents, or Any Special Order Served Quickly and in the Best of Style, at the Hoosier Dairy Lunch Room WHEN IN DOUBT Go to J. A. Thornton for your wants in Dry Goods. Notions and Gents' Furnishings. Wilson Bros. Underwear for Men and Boys. Maline Line for Women and Misses. J. A. THORNTON 604 Vincennes Street The Store That Satisfies KEEPING TRACK OF THE LADIES' MAN. Girl-Have you seen Ed Pinaire anywhere around here? John Mitchell-Yes, he was around h re a couple of nxinute fi o Gi1'lfOh, goodie! Which way did he go? J. Mitchell-Oh, there isn"t any use of you following him, because he was Q01 g full speed and must have half a mile lead on you by this time. CALL F011 STEIN'S PEERLESS The Bread That's Always Good to Eat Baked in New Albany. by New Albany bakers and sold and demanded at all New Albany grocers Labels and Coupons :food for Prizes Flags with every 10 cents purchase ...LlSTEN... W'e sell THIS and THAT in WALL PAPER. And can furnish you THIS and THAT in PICTURE FRAMES. And if you want THIS and THAT in ARTISTS MATERIALS A THE ART SHOP YVe have it. 60 0"'CE BLANK sooxs APPLIANCES Petery-Eedde FOUNTAIN PENS ALI. THE BEST MAKES ROYAL TYPEWRITER THE BEST MADE HIGH GRADE PAPERS Fon SELECT CORRESPOND ENCE Ano ALL socuu. USES flfltlng Olnpall INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS W, IIS. ' T T I-wuanvn ITING CARDS--ENGRAVED OR PRINTED m..I.N., nfwwlsows PRINTING, BINDING, s'rATIoNERs, EN- SPNNG 2223: GRAVING. COMPARE oun wonx ::?NE INK STANDS QUALITY QUANTITY F. L. SIEVEKI N Groceries, Meats and Produce 1515-1517 EAST MARKET STREET Home Phone 619 148 Cumb. Phone SERVICE EXPERIENCE The clock was striking' Iwo o'c10ck, The boy said "Good night"g "You lie," the old man, upstairs, cried, "I see the morning light." When yOu ask fOI' Bllttel' IF YOU CAN'T GET IT AT Say .ASPICIAU ITS NOT IN TOWN CHEEIIS Churned Daily from PASTEURIZED CREAM Home Phone 433 Two STORES Zapp's Dairy 8I Creamery Vincennes and Culbertson Avenue BRANCH STORE Fifteenth and Spring HOME PHONE 644 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE, SEEDS, ETC. 317 STATE STREET 61 lfine Hardwood Floors From North to South People of Refinement Equip Their Buildings With Our Products. ood Mosaic Co. Brooklyn, N. Y. Rochester, N. Y. Highland Park, Ky. New Albany, Ind. Student-Wow! but I've got an awful case of indigesticn! Christian Scientist-Oh, now, you know there is nothing wrong with you. Student-Ow, but there is. I've got inside information. , Nutt number one-Say, Spense, have you heard that story about the stopper? SpenceMNo. What is it? Nutt-Can't explain, but it certainly is a corker. THIS ANNUAL PUBLISIIED IN TIIREE DAYS BY 'rim PRESS 011' TRIBUNE PRINTERS Publishers of High School Annuals. Booster Editions, Law Briefs, Catalogues, Convention Reports, Books, Etc. Printers of high grade Office and Society Stationery, Programs, Window Cards, Sale Bills, Business Forms, Etc. Let Us Figure on Your Next Book or Catalogue W'ork. New Albany, Indiana B. W. Ulsh, Manager. il 1 w 1 1 1--...f-- cyifienion DLQTTELXXQ CELEBRATION BY BUSINESS MANAGERS Assnsrzo sv nov F. cook BULLETIN! MR. RICHARD HARMON Announces that he will return to school in the fall for a post-graduate course, so we are pleased to announce that school will not be discontinued as previously expected. A POEM. ALMOST CORRECT. ' Breathes there a man with soul so The "SD9Hk9I'S"HA bunch of girls dead, rounded up for gossip. Who never to himself has said. gltyMgur,IFee,1u?g for Ffeshmin' - I' 1I1I1 I' I' 8 As he stubbed his toe against the bed, . Com a 1 g qua e S or wild west show. I ! I ! ! 4' "' ! " Z - - I " it "' ? 'Z 7? Basket ball suit-Almost nothing. ALL IN FAVOR, SAY "AYE!" The ginks that made up Latin, made a very bad mistakeg I hope for all their awful sins, they're burning at the stake.-Albert Dupaquier. MISTAKEN IDENTITIES. Bob Kelso for John McCormick. The Cafeteria for a lunch room. N. A. H. S. as a place to Work. Edgar McKown for a sport. Wranglers' assemblage as a prayer meeting. Mooreman as a huznorist. ODE TO EXAMINATIONS. Questions to right of me, Questions to left of me, Questions in front of me, Written and thunderedg Stormed at with "why" and "tell," Boldly I wrote and well, But into the jaws of Death, Into the mouth of Hell, Rode my one-hundred. 1 THE FAMOUS JEFF FOOTBALL TEAM. 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