New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)

 - Class of 1931

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Frederick Ufifndoes, senior advisor chairman of the boys, whose genial personality and high. idealism have been a great factor in New Trier life for seventeen years, the class of 1931 rledicates the Echoes of its activities and achieve- ments as a token of sincere grafiturle afnrl appreciation. , STATEMENT OF SENIOR PRESIDENT WITH this last gesture the class of '31 becomes a part of the history of New Trier. We shall close our high school life, as we close this book, and go on to the things ahead of us. Some clay we will glance back. Then, and only then, shall we be able to see our high school clays in their true per- spective-how much they mean to us, how much they have in- Huencecl our lives. We leave soon to be forgotten by you who follow, but you in your turn will be forgotten too. So be it. -GEORGE F. OGAN. 6 QQ' ' -1 is if , w, :M wg-an .E .V . jim., ' 55, eg? 1- 2,9 , "Q .f 5 1 11. - 1 ! . . .1 ,' Y , -nf ' .A '-:W Qfg Q..Lx. Y, .-, .. , .M .-.. QW! . R 290532 f J J 1... 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M J' f T1 , . ,, . ,.1 1:1 .- - " , ' ' f' A. , f.i"!'1-"?'4' -ff' 'a 11- - r 'f it-a'f x N1MH '-if QV KQQE .,. -,IC wg.',' 1,9 H FQ, L , - y 'X-A11 , lug? ' 4 -'-..-l 1, ,'-A X. . j'..-:- - 4 .' 'A K' .v,.'j',V X' 'Ai """2 14m.11.?t' :WY -ibm?" 'fy f.'aJfH1i4'rx-,i- N smig1.. -., 'M '-f V ' V. -355,3 Nine - - 1 l A TRIBUTE SCHOOLS are not the brick edi- fices, the students, and the teachers, but the personality which they reflect. New Trier high school is one of the foremost in- stitutions of learning because it is endowed with Mrg' Clerlis high idealism, courage, -and will to suc- ceed. An institution so endowed and permeated with such stand- ards cannot cease, but will carry on as a lastingnimonumerit to him who gave his life to that ideal. This is the realization which comes to New Trier High school in its greatest sorrow. With' the passing of Mr. Clerk the students have lost a friend whose greatness and kindliness, whose sympathy and unclertand- ing, whose love of life and people has lighted their lives. In the midst of this grief is born-the si- lent resolve to live and act ac- cording to his example and teach- ings. Thus in the hearts of count- less students, the memory of Mr. Clerk will ever -remain fresh to guide and counsel. -Lois GOLDSTEIN. I I - -:Nz Ten lllr. Gafhcrcoal 1'rcsicIc11t 1931-32 .llr. Barnett Jlr. Ellis Mr. Phelps MRS. GORDON Presirlvnt 1930-31 SCHOOL BOARD 6 Mn. W. L. BROWN .plvting Supcr'intcnder1l.t ADMINISTRATION Miss Packer Dean of Girls Mr. Ifalllel' Dean of Buys Mr. Frisbie Miss Wright 1 ' wg Eleven fI'irrIrc Firxi Noir: Qllrs. Lig,-liter, Jlr. IIir's1'n1fir':'. .lliss I-'uyy, Jlr, Niyrlfr. jliss Gl'Ul'Cl', .lla'. Childs, JI:-ur I, iblzjl. Scr.'l.n4l li'uu': .lI1s. Ufifflllli Mr, Small, Jlr. I!uIc'lu'us. .Iliss l'llri:'ll, Mr. 1YimI4.f's, .lli'. ilulzusrm ,Urs Moore. DEPARTMENT HEADS The New Trier Faculty has the reputation of being one of the finest teaching groups in the country. While this book is intended pri- marily as a record of the extra cur- ricular activities of the school, it is a foregone conclusion that unless the scholastic standard of the school is maintained, all else must go. The staff has 90 members all of which have proven themselves excep- tionally well fitted for the respective tasks. The faculty of the school is divided into thirteen departments: Administrative, English, Nlathemat- ics, Social Science, Science, Language, Commerce, Home Economics, Man- ual Arts, Art, lliusic, and Boys' and Girl's Physical Education. At the head of each of these departments is a teacher who has charge of all work done in his or her department. Nlr. Hutchens is in charge of Englishg NIL Snyder of ll-'Iath.g lVIiss Ullrick of the Social Scienceg Mr. YVindoes of Science 3 Mr. Smallpof the Languagesg Mr. Johnston of Commerceg NIL Lighter of Home Economicsg Nlr. Biesemier of lvlanual Artsg lVIiss Grover of Artg Mrs. Cotton of llflusicg ilflr. Childs of Boys' Athletics and llfliss Fogg of Girl's Athletics. The School this year has been under the guidance of llflr. VV. L. Brown to whom the student body is indebted for a most eflicient administration in a year which looked very dreary in Sep- tember. i i i I-'irxt Row: Alias Jlulnyley, Miss Shllllf, Miss Hurst, Miss Flcntyc. Svvuml Row: Mr. llfrroln, Air. 'll"imlm2.w, Mr, l'frnun, Mr. Grinnell. AUVISER Cl-IAIRMEN One of the distinctive fedtures of New Trier is the advisor system, in- stituted here by Mr. Clerk. p The system provides for the wel- fare of the student in the best possible way. The student has close Contact with a faculty member who is5 familiar with all the factors of the student's life. This advisor is a port mia storm. The group assigned to each aflvisor is small enough so that the advisor may know thoroughly his charges. The majority of students at New Trier have come to look upon hi. or her advisor as a real friend. X The advisor room providesa unit of the student body which is small enough for eflicient handling yet large enough to reflect the spiriti of the school. The importance ofithe ad- visor room has been enhanced by the l i l l line intramural athletics program now enforced through competition between the rooms. The personnel of the advisor group is composed first of the advisors and then of the chairmen. A man and a woman aregiven charge of the ad- visor rooms of each class. hir. Her- ron and Miss Shaw have provided an excellent program in the freshmen rooms to acquaint the students enter- ing New Trier with the life here. hir. Grinnell and Niiss Hurst have charge of the Sophomore rooms. hir. Vernon and Miss Flentye act for the junior groups. The most important posts of Senior Advisor Chairmen are filled by lVIr. VVindoes and bliss hia- loney. The program of the Senior year is one designed to prepare the student for entrance to college. Thirteen, Mr. Carpenter Mr. Catan Mr. Flrmingnm Mr. Oaks Mr. Winduf-s .11 iss Jluloney .-lrlriscr Chairmen Miss Brvdin Miss David Miss L. Fong .lI1'8. Ligll tri' SENIOR ADVISERS Fourteen Jlr. Parsing Jlr. Wvln' Miss Thorne Miss Walker Fifiefn Muff Q1 .Sf:I'f1't'II K "f::.1gM,'?g5m is ,T I nat Rom: S. Turucy. G. Boylston., I". Lind, S. Ifriclwl Q00-I'rCs.J, J. Ba-rrlmz lCo-I'rcs.j, R. Olfncr, Mr. Frisbic fS1J0'Il80TjV, J, lfimlstronz., G. Q'llfI!-lllllr. ' Second Row: C. Finlayson, lf, Buclrctt, D. Nyyaa-ral, M, J. Tunsill, T. Smding, Il. Webster, W. Sund- Ioj, P. Spiegel, H. West. INTER-CLUB BOARD ' The Inter-Club Board which was organized this year takes the Place of the Student Cuncil of former years. lVIr. Clerk felt that a board composed of the ofiicers of the Girls' and Tri- ship Clubs, who with the exception of four out of the eighteen members are Seniors, would function more effec- tively than the Student Council which had been composed of a student repre- sentative from each advisor room. The duties of the Board are as fol- lows: CU To advise the adaministra- tion on any school policy when re- quested to do so: CZD To interpret the sentiment of the student body to the administration of the schoolg C31 To interpret the policies of the admin- istration to the student bodyg C4-D To call the attention of the administra- tion to problems which the students believe to be acute, and to advise the school administration on these prob- lems. The Board takes up only business which is presented by petition. VVhen this is done full consideration is given the request and official action is then taken. At times the members feel it necessary to have further student opinion on matters which are to be settled. In this case they refer to the club representatives at their regular meeting. This body has met and solved many important problems very satisfactorily and it is hoped that it may continue to do so in the future. The members of the Board are: Sally Kriebel, Jean Lindstrom, Polly Spiegel, Ruth Offner, Harriette VVeb- ster, Betty Buckett, Sue Turney, lVIary Jeanne Tansill, Agnes Halley, John Barden, George Quinlan, Bill Sundlof, George Boylston, Dorrance Nygaard, Roy West, Fred Lind, Colin Finlayson, and Tom Sinding. I+ W Se vcn teen -- .. K' . . .L , -. .,,1 ,A it -....,, ml, f V --mf,-Y ,. I I 5 , , I l ff . 9 IIT 1 N GIRL'S CLU B 1 . .-..,,,,.,,, ,. ,.X ,. Sully Kriebcl Jean. Linllstrom Ptlillill 1' Spiegel Ruth Offner 1'r0.sident 1"ic'eAI'r0sidvg1 t Svcrvtu ry 7'l'l'1lS1ll'f'l' N Ni1le'tt'c'n Twenty 1 M. J. Tansill H arrzette Webster .-lgncs Halle!! Suv Tierney Betty Buckett GlRL'S CLUB SALLY KRIEBEL . . . ...... President JEAN L1NDsTRoM .... Vice-President PoLLY SPIEGEL . . .... Serretary RUTH OFFNER . . .. ...... Treasurer HARRIETTE XVEBSTER . .. .... . . . . . . . Chairman Financial Committee SUE TURNEY L .......... . ..... . . . . Chairman Friendly Committee MARY JEANNE TANSILL ........ . . . . . .Chairman Social Committee AGNES HALLEY ............... Chairman Employment Committee BETTY BUCKETT .... . ......... . . . .. . Chairman Charity Committee MISS WRIGHT. . .Faculty Sponsor Membership in the New Trier Girl's Club is automatically given to every girl in the school. The organi- zation was created to promote friend- ship, and to give financial aid to grad- uates by scholarships, and to under- graduates by loans. T The first social event of the year was the Freshman-Senior party which was given to initiate the Freshman girls into an atmosphere of friendli- ness. Other social teas were held throughout the year to promote the companionship of the students, moth- ers, and teachers. The lIother's and Daughter's banquet was held late in the winter. It was another project to lend a friendly spirit. There was an interesting and unusual program of soloists. The Girl's Club has always been very successful in raising money for its scholarships and other expenses. G'irl's Club Room On the first day of school sandwiches were sold and all through the year magazine subscriptions were solicited. At the football games hot dogs and candy were sold by the girls of the several advisor groups. The bazaar was held on December sixthg this was a most festive occasion. Various booths were gaily decorated and the costumes of the girls offered a gala appearance. From the bazaar alone the Girl's Club cleared one thousand one hundred dollars, an accomplish- ment of merit. Early in the spring fifty girls at- tended the annual Girls Club Con- ference at'the Chicago Womaiis' Club. The purpose of the conference was to teach each club the reasons for the 'success of others and also to further friendship among the various schools. A delightful program was arranged and a tasty luncheon was served. Twenty One Twenty-Two A Booth at the Bazaar Through the scholarships, Red Cross, loan funds, and Christmas sup- port, the Girl's Club has been able to give aid to those who were deserv- ing of it. Reports from the girls who have formerly received scholarships through this means have been favor- able, and the club is proud to con- tinue this advantageous project. The total income of the Girl's Club for this year has amounted to approxi- mately one thousand eight hundred dollars. During the year three hun- dred dollars was given for scholar- ships, seventy-five dollars for medical help, and smaller amounts for blan- kets, coal, and sundries for local chari- ties. Another five hundred dollars went to amortize the debt on the grand piano which is in the club room. This club room is the place of many social teas, small informal recitals, meetings, and assemblies. It is beautifully furnished by the earn- ings of the club itself and has gained suburban praise. 1 1 Cl1inesclLa1m11ry Grab Brig at the Bazaar i A ' l. l The Girlls Club co7operated with the Tri-ship Club in givingia silver coffee set to Mr. W. L. Brown in deep gratitude for the service he has rendered to the school and toithe stu- dent body. As all girls are members of the Girl's Club, and all boys are members of the Tri-ship Club, this gift was an expression of esteem of the entire student body toward lVIr. Brown. It was presented to him in V V l a regular student honor assembly as the last and greatest award. Credit for the year's success is due to the president, Sally Kriebel, and the other executive oHicers whose leadership and judgment have been responsible for the successful Way in which the business was handled. Miss Wright is to be praised for her con- stant and watchful supervision over all the activities of the club. Twenty 7 hree 1 fren fy-Fo ur g,,pn-ucv" 3 K, Yu ,- .F Yu. .,, 'W my 45 x 1 hh ,P N. QL 5 s fiiqgi pw-5 fx -vw' M l 1 x TRI-SI-IIP o DIR. DONALD FRISBIE f Sponsor 1 i John- Bardcn. George Quinlan George Boylston Bill Sundlof Presidg-n.t Vice-President Treasurer Secretary I Twen ty-Five L Twenty-Sir Colin Finlayson Dorranlcc Nygaard Fred Lind Tom Sineling Roy West Tl-IE TRI-SHIP CLUB JOHN BARDEN .. President GEORGE QUINLAN . . . Vice-President WILLIAM SUNDLOE .. Secretary GEORGE BOYLSTON Treasurer Rov WEST ............. Chairman of Cluhroorn FRED LIND ..................... Chairman of Inter-Selzolaxtic Rela- tions DORRANCE N YGAARD .... Chairman of Charities COLIN FINLAYSON ...... Chairman of Dinners TOM SINDING .......... Chairman of Publicity The word "Tri-Ship" Fellowship, Sportsmanship, and Citi- stands for zenship. Since iits inception five years ago, the club has been increasingly successful in the promotion of its ideals among the boys of the school. Every boy at New Trier is a mem- ber. A representative from each boy's advisor room attends the meetings of the Club on every alternate Nlonday morning. Here student questions and problems are discussed and, un- less of too serious nature, voted on. In this way the club becomes a medi- um for the expression of the student feeling. Typical of the problems be- fore the representatives of the Tri- Ship this year was a signed petition asking for a change in the smoking rule. p Because in the student Council and the Tri-Ship there was a duplication of eifort, the council was done away l i ! , Tri-Ship Room with and a reorganization in the Tri- Ship eilected so that student problems could better be decided. The! oflicers of both the Girl's Club and the Tri- Ship Club formed an Inter-Club Board to settle any all-school prob- lems. llfleetings were held bi-Tnonthly on the Mondays when there iwas no representative's meeting. This new plan has worked well. i One of the best assets of the club is its club-room. While only a com- paratively few used the room last year it now has become a regular Qmeeting place during lunch periods and after school. On account of its sizeljuniors and Seniors only are allowed there at lunch time. During the last tlwo peri- ods ten honor students are Nselected to use the club room as a study place for a term of two weeks, at which time a new group takes their place. Two students for each period act as hosts. This last football season with the co-operation of the Tri-Ship, the Girl's Club and the Athletic Dept., the visiting teams were served refresh- ments just before they left for home after their games here. There were two all-school Tri-Ship dances. The first was held in the fall. lt was called the Hangar Dance. With an immense aviation beacon re- volving slowly on a pilon in the cen- ter of the hall and spot lighting from various other places, the dance was most originally illuminated and was Twenty Seven X iff P , fogw A Group of Tri-Ship Represcntati'iies one of the best dances, ever held at New Trier. The other dance which came early in the spring was held so that with the money made theband could be taken on trips with the teams. In the spring the club sponsored a boxing tournament in which over 60 boys participated. The first dinner of the year was the Freshman Reception. lVIajor John Griffiths, secretary of the Big Ten conference, talked about collegiate athletics. The second dinner was the Fathers' and Sons' banquet. About four hundred fathers and sons present enjoyed a good dinner and were then entertained by students representing some of the leading clubs and outside activities who explained to the fathers their particular interest. lVIr. Paul Fu enfy Erqht K. Leach, feature writer of the Chi- cago Daily News, talked about poli- tics and discussed the plan of a city manager. At Christmas quite a lot of money was donated by the advisor rooms for those families in the township which were in want. This money instead of being spent all at Christmas time was given out only when the need be- came apparent. This type of charity work seems the best method of using the Tri-Ship charity fund. But certainly the most outstanding event of the year was on the evening following Thanksgiving when Com- mander Richard E. Byrd, recently back from a south polar expedition, lectured and showed his motion pic- tures here at New Trier. Before a Usher's Corps full house assembled in the Leslie F. Gates gymnasium, Commander Byrd showed pictures which none of the general public had seen before and gave a highly interesting talk in con- junction with them. After the lec- ture, the Commander met the North Shore sea-scouts who had attended the show and he personally met the offi- cers of the club. The lecture was a great success educationally as well as financially. In April, Mr. Bradford Washburn, a Harvard student and traveler, gave a lecture illustrated with motion pic- tures on Mountaineering. The Tri-Ship Award, given each year to that boy who best exemplifies the ideals of the club, was first award- ed in 1929. The selection is made by all the boys in school. John Born- 1 l i 1 camp and George Eaton have received this award. This year the award was given to Guy Robbins. These three boys have been recognized as outstanding in the three ideals of "Citizenship, Sports- manship, and Fellowshipf' The Usher's Corps is a compara- tively new undertaking by Triship. They have served regularly and faith- fully at many performances where such service as their name implies is needed. Their work this year has been more efficient than ever before. It is expected that the Usher's Corps will become more and more important i ncoming years. The year has been perhaps the most successful yet enjoyed by the Tri-Ship. Mr. Frisbie deserves a great deal of credit for his leadership and advice. Titenfzl N me I Q. . H K. bh.. 1 v I In N Q k I , . ' i 5' . . . E f 4 x 'W - K . f - W Q E E E I JOHN BARDEN' GEORGE BOYLSTON' JOHN HICKS FRED LIND GEORGE OGAN ROY YVEST PATSY BOYLSTON' SALLY CLARK SALLY KRIEBEL JEAN LINDSTROM RUTH OFFNER PAULINE SPIEGEL Q T. N. T. J HN Bonmo I-Ii+NRY Fosmn JACK Hr11'rMAN .roHN HOWE' DORRANCE Nm.xArm W1ILLIAM SUNDLOF BETTY Boclimm Lors GOLDSTEIN J.-QNE orm' MARY JEANNE TANSIL sim TURNEY IJARRIET WEBSTER I i , . COLIN FINLAYSON 'CLAUDE HAMILTON AL LIND RENNOLDS OSTROM GEORGE QUINLAN TOM SINDING BETTY DOSTAL 'f MARY FOXVLER AGNES HALLEY ESTHER KRIEBEL MARGARET LINDSTROM JANE SNYDER T. N. T. is an organizatiori whose purpose is to recognize unusual ability and leadership on the part of sltudents at New Trier. Scholarship, 5Activi- ties, and Service are factorslin the selection. Six boys and six girls from the senior class and the same number from the junior class are elected ito this organization in April of eac, year. They are elected by the active mem- bers of the organization upon recom- l l mendation of advisors, advisor chair- men, and deans. The officers for this year are George Boylston, Presidentg Sally Kriebel, Vice-Presidentg Sally Clark, Secre- tary. The name T. N. 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PV,v,,..,,,, ad. V VV -Wg ,,. L .VV - V., , ,.,V,V , VV... VV .. 4,5 VVWVVQVV V,,,, . ,. .VV , VV V .-SFC! .w--1f1Qi2- . 'FL L- . gs: .-in , a, -Q21 " 1!-'-ri-'x-- .v . 'rw . .- .. 'Amr . I T i i i' K l ,, , l . Dorrrmee Nygaurd ' 2I'rcasurer George Oyuu President I Virginia Riefhicmer Secretary . Sally Clark Tir-e-Prcsirlent SENIOR CLASS The Senior Class has fulhlled its duty to the school in all respects. During a very uncertain year, most members of the class have done their best to help the administratidn of the school overcome its problernsl A senior class must of necessity as- sume a great deal of leadership among the students of the schbol. We l . feel that our class has shouldered its responsibilities and gone forward. A great step foreword in the realm of student government has been taken during the past year by the l lter-Club Board, made up largely of, Seniors. Seniors have been, as they sliould be, in most of the student executive of- fices of New Trier. The New Trier athletic teams have all been good this year. The average of sportsmanship, team spirit, and clean play was very high. The foot- ball team was especially marked by a fighting spirit seldom found in a high school team. We of the Senior class are proud to say that we have played a part in the life of this institution during the past four years. We hope we have Contributed something towards a finer New Trier spirit. Tim ty Thi ee 1 ilu vmnriam MURIEL MILLER COLBY-'31 Born May 11, 1914 Died April 23, 1929 SO LON L. REI LY-'31 Born August 6, 1913 Died May 31, 1930 ll 1, I Constance Margaret Addenbrooke Baseball 2. 3: Soccer 3, 4: Track 3: Tumbling 2, 3: Baseball 4: Swimming 4: Dancing 4: Opera 2. 4: Music Club 3. -1: President 4: .lunlor Orchestra 1, 2: Senior 2. 3. 4: Charity Com- mittee of Girls Club 3: Employ- ment Committee of Girls Club 4: Student Council 2, Alternate 3: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3, 4: Star 4: Senior Baseball Mana- ger 4. I Denison University Helaine Nancy Adler Hockey 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Dancing 1. 2: Tumbling 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2. 3, 4: Freshman Sophomore Play: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3, 4: French Club 2, 3. 4: Honor Group 2: Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4 Sargent Ruth Edwina Allworth Soccer 1. 2. 3: Baseball 1, 3: Track 2, 3: Spanish Club 4. Undecided James William Alsdorf Intramural Baseball Champions 3: Stamp Club 1: Spanish Club 3: Gavel Club 2: Sports Club 4: News Stalf 1: Advertising Stalf of the Echoes 4. University of Pennsylvania Otto Henry Altman Featherweight Basketball 1: German Club 3, 4. Undecided l f l l l l l mm, ,W AN V- j 7,1 i Arthur Arnold Andersen Tennis 3: Intramural Football 43 Glee Club 1. Iowa State College Ethel Virginia Anderson Soccer 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Basketball 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Glce Club 2, 3: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Dramatic 2, 3, 4: Student Council 1: Honor Group 1, 2: News Flashes 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Honor So- ciety 4, University of Chicago Florence Natalie Anderson Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1: Basketball 4: Leaders Comps 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: N. A. A. 3, 4: Service Club 4. Illinois T. G. Henry Carl Anderson, Jr. Intramural Volley Ball Cham- pions 3: Lens Club 3: Rifle Club 1, 2: Echoes Staff 3. University of Kentucky Betty Marie Augdahl Undecided Thirty-Fi-ve J Felix Robert Bnlak, Jr. Lightweight Basketball 4: Let- ter 45 Baseball 4. Bradley Barbara Taylor Ballenger Student Council 2: Social Com mittee 2: Soccer Manager 4. Miss Madleras School Harold Balluff Undecided John P. Borden Swimming 2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 4: Captain 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Student Council 3: Inter-club Board 4: Trlship Class Ticket Representative 1: Triship Vice- Presldent 3: President 4: Class President 2: New Trler News 2: News Flashes 4: Editor Echoes Group Pictures 3: Co-Editor-lm chief 4: Vice-President French Club 3: Football Publicity Mana- ger 4: Leaders Corps 1, 2: T. N. T. 3. 4: Honor Group 1, 2: Honor Society 4. University of Chicago Harold Barenbrugge Baseball 3. Undecided Thirty-Sia: I s.""1L I N Q . Jacqueline Barnett Alternate Health Co Sullivan Junior High. Undecided Daisy Kathryn Barrett Student Council 2, con 1, Carleton Howard Hui Barritt Swimming 1, 2: uncilor 3: 3: Dome- Freshman- Sophomore Football 25 Varsity Football -Z Northwestern Lora Hunt Baughman Undecided Ruth Marion Becker Northwestern Ernestine Behrens Junior Drchestra 2: Senior Or- chestra 3: Opera 4: Glee C'lub 2, 3, 4: Senior Music Club 2. 3. 4: Health Councilor 2. Undecided Lewis Jae Bell Track 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 3: Social Representative 4: Kenosha High School 1, 2. Southern California School of Commerce Frank Belmont Basketball 3, 4: Letter 4: In- tramural Baseball 3: Baseball 4. Northwestern Er I' A X Henry Edwin Bender Truck 2, 3, 4: Letter 3: Foot- ball 4: Swimming 3: T1-lsliip Representative 2: German Club 2: Information Desk 4: Ilarval-'d fChicag.':oJ 1, 2. Northwestern Kathryn Ann Benson Hockey 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2: Service Club 3, 4: Domecon Club 4: Echoes Advertising Stuff 3, 4: Registrafs Otllce 4. Briarclltf i RB I' 2 2 5 S 3 5 5 f 1 4 3 S 2 'E E T E 1 i r Eugene P. Berg Spanish Club 2: Science Club 1. Cornell Adam Bernarde .1 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4: Letter Illinois School of Pharmacy Joseph John Bezdek Undecided Margaret Bickham Glee Club 23. 3, 4: Opera 4: Student Council 1, 2: French Club 4: Echoes Staff 4: Leaders Gym 1. 2. Grinnell Wayne George Blankshein Band 1: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 1: Student Coun- cil 1: News Staff 1. Wisconsin an " "-JN l Q l Thirty-Se1'en Charles Ross Blaylock Senior Orchestra 4: Junior Or- chestra 3: Chess Club 2, 3. 4: tlrnothologists 2. 3: Wauehulll. Florida, 1. Post Graduate Edward Carter Blomeyer , Radio Club 4: Southwest lligli, Kansas City, Mo., 1. 2. 3. Northwestern Mary Ellen Boozer lbomeeon Club 3. 4: Service Club 3: Girls Club Friendly Com- mittee 4: Social Committee 3: Student Council 1. 2: Class Vice- President 3: Leaders Corps 1: Album and Advertising Staff of' X. Echoes 3, 4. A X : ix I John Wendell Borino, Jr. A Lightweight Basketball 2, 3. 4: Co-Captain 4: Letter 3. 4: Foot- ball Manager 2, 3: Numerals Ii: Intramural Football Champions 1 I Senior Orchestra 1. 2: Student Councilor 1. 2: Triship Repre- sentative 3, 4: Chairman Dance Committee 4: Leaders Corps 1, 2: Editor of Album Staff 4: Class Social Committee 1: Vice-Prcsl- dent Sports Club 3: T. X. T. 4. Georgetown George Arthur Boylston Football 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2. 3, 4: Captain 4: Glee Club 3: Tri- Ship Treasurer 4: Inter-Club Board 4: T. N. T. 3, 4: President 4: Honor Groups 1. 2, 3: Social Committee 2, 3: Yale Club Cup 3: Echoes Athletic Editor 3: Co- Edltor-in-Chief 4: Sports Club 2. 3: Treasurer 3: Honor Society 4. Dartmouth Thirty-Eigh t ew , N r I. il 4 i Patsy Ruth Boylston llockey 1, 2. 3, 4: Swimming 1: Glee Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 4: The Mautuan 4: Daddy Long Legs: Girls Club Financial Com- mittee 3. 4: T. N. T. 3. 4: Gift Committee 4: Fchoes Staff 3. 4: News Staif 2: Lens Club Secre- tary 3: Vice--President 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3. 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3. 4: llonor Society 4. Wellesley William Bracket! l'Ieavyweig'ht Basketball 4: Let- ter 4: Intramural Football 4: ln- tramurnl Swimming 3 C Intrlllllllflll Volley Ball 3: Intramural Water Polo 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Student Council 1: Health Councilor 22 Chess Club 1. 2, 3. Antioch Helen Bratschi Hockey 1: Baseball 1: Student Councilor 1. Northwestern John Thompson Bremer Swimming 2, 3: Track 4: tln- tramural Championsl : Intramural Swimming 3: Water Polo Cham- pions 3: Intramural Volley Ball 3: Intramural Football 4: Science Club 1: Senn High School 1. Georgetown Fannie Brown Art Institute Phyllis Irene Brown Soccer 2. 3: Swimming 1: Base ketball 4: Dramatic Club 4: Daddy Long Legs 4: Lens Club 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3, 4: President G. A. A, 4: Echoes Staff 3, 4, Northwestern Norman I. Bruedigam Glee Club 2, -1: Opera 4: Infor' mation Desk -1: Student Coun- cil 1: Sports Club 2. 3, 4: Secre- tary 4: Honor Group 1. Illinois Richard Buck Swimming 43 Letter 4: Intra- mural Swimming 2, 3: Intramural Basketball 3: Band 1. 2. Undecided Theodore Baker Buck Manager of Basketball 3: Man- ager of Football 2: Manager of Baseball 2: Featlxeru-eight Bas- ketball Intramural Champions 2: Captain of Basketball Intramural Champions 4: Glce Club 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Opera 4: Sports Club 2, 3. 4: Vice-President 4. Northwestern Betty Duoane Buckett Soccer 2, 3, 4: Track 3: N. T. G. A, A. 4: Student Council 2: Inter-Club Board 4: Friendly Committee 3: Chairman of Charity Committee 4: French Club 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Girls Club Representative 3: "N" 3: New Trier News 2: News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 1, 3. 4: Gavel Club 3: Vice-President 3: Dome- con Club 4: Treasurer 4: Foren- sic Board 2, 3, 4: Spring Frolic Chairman 4: T, N. T. 4. Principia :A 1 I K a E E E Q I 2 1 1 5 Q K. L L N I U Q Virginia Burgess Domeeon Club 3, 4: Service Club 3. Art Institute Robert Byrne Intramural Champions Valley Ball 3: Swimming 3: Water Polo 3: Rifle Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 4 Undecided Hope Carroll Soccer 1: Glce Club 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 3: Health Council 2: G, A. A. 2, 3, -lg Domecon Club 4. National College of Education Thomas Carson Marguerite Elaine Casey Glee Club 3. -1. Dennison jg x X3 , X 1 x Thirty-Nirw William John Caverley Swimming 3: Volley Bull 3: Water Polo 3: Freshman-Sophrr more Football 2: Band 1, 2. Carleton John Shehield Chapman Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Opera 2. 4: Senior Music Club 3, 4 1 Sextet 4: News Staff 1, 2: Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Team 3, 4: Captain 4: Lens Club 3. Exeter Caroline Jane Child Soccer 1: Baseball 2, 3: Chau-ity Committee Glrl's Club 4: Dome- con Club 3, 4: Leader's Gym 1. Theda Jane Childs Honor Group 1: French Club 2, 3, 4: Ride Club 2. Northwestern Amy Lee Clagett Soccer Team 1: Gir1's Club Representative 2: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Honor Society 4. Knox College, Gnlesburg Forty E , . 2 , . 3 5 L 2 1 ,, 1 l - .. ' n w 5 . E 5-. ' X . l E 1 E 1 2 w I ll E Sally Clark Glee Club, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Student Council Alternate 1, Secretary 3: French Club 2: liens Club 3: G. A. A. 2: T, N. 'l'. Secretary 3, 4: Echoes Staif 4: New Trier News Advertising Stuff 3: Wranglers Club 2: Friendly Committee Glrl's Club 2, 4: Charity Committee Glrl's Club 3: Class Social Committee 4: Class Vice-President 4. University of Chicago Dorothy Louise Clavey Undecided Mary Alice Cochran Soccer 1: Student Council 1, 2: Class Social Committee 4: G. A. A, 1, 2, 3. 4: lIea1t'h Council 4: Student Council Alternate 3. Vassar Charles Howells Coflin Swimming 2, 3, 4: Letter 4: Tennis 3, 4: Letter 3: Swimming 2, 3: Water Polo 3: Freshman- Sophomore Football 2: Numerals 2: Echoes Advertising 4. Princeton Lowell Morris Comee Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Spanish Club 3: Gavel Club 1, 2, 3, 4: President 4: Debate Team 2, 3. Northwestern Marion Louise Condy Lens Club 4. Art Institute Alice Jane Conhaim Mantunn 4: Honor Group 3: French Club 4: Honor Society 4. Vassar ' fn 'll fl' , . 1 Y? W if f 'K V10 , . John Amos Conley Staunton Military Academy: Northwestern Military and Naval Academy. Georgetown L. William Conover, II Evanston and St. Albans. M. 1. T. Joseph Irwin Converse Intramural Football Champions' 4: Boxing Champions 4 : St. .lohn's Military Academy, Delafield, Wis. Colorado University ' to X97 V -Nm Donald Cornell Undecided. William Charles Covington Brownsville High S c h o 0 l, Brownsville. Texas, 1 : Webb gchsool. Bell Buckle, Tennessee, Northwestern Mary Rebecca Cowen Head of Tennis 4 : Hockey 2, 4 : Basketball 2, 4: Baseball 2, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: N. T. G, A. A. 2: Glee Club 4: Reserve Desk Librarian 4. Northwestern David Crawford "The Mantuan" 4: Probationary Member Dramatic Club 4: Science Club 4, Vice-President 43 Honor Sllcieiy 4. Yale Gordon Butler Cutler Freshman-Sophomore Play 1: Pomander Walk 3: Mantuan 4: Phcss Club 1, 2: Tri-Ship Repre- sentative 3, 4: Echoes Editor- Activities 3. Princeton Forty-One Nellie Constance Cutts Rib Lake High School, Wiscon- sln 1, 2. Price County Normal David Edward Davis Swimming 2, 3, 4: Intramural Champions Swimming 3, Water Polo 3: "Montana" 4: Stamp Club 2, 3: French Club 2: N. T. 0. 2, 3, President 4: Dramatic Club 4 : Burnett Blrd Essay, First Prlze, 33 News 2: Echoes 4: In- ternational School, Geneva. Swit- zerland 1: Honor Society 4. Swarthmore Ray Heath Davis Baseball 3: Sports Club 2. 3, 4: Student Council 35 Cheerleader 4: Information Desk 4. Purdue Arian Delander Senior Music Club 3. 4: Vice- Presldent 3, President 4: Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4. Curtis Institute of Music Joel Dickenson Undecided Forty-Two xii ,EN 3 4 li tw 4 x 'f li l fm: Victoria Louise Dieball llockey 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4: N. T. G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: "N" 4: Service Club 3. 4: German Club 2: Student Council 33 Commercial Club 3. Undecided Ralph Mayo Dillon Sherwood 2. Undecided Winifred Dingle Glec Club 3. 4: Opera 4: Lens Club 3, 4. ' L, Denison N! Y Ll Edward George Dierks Lens Club 2. 3, 4: Geology Club 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 3. Purdue Mary Jean Downie Dramatic Club 4: Student Council Alternate 2. 3: Class So- cial Representzltlvc 2: Bazaar Committee 2. 4. Xorthwestern School of Journalism. John Albert Durham . Water Polo 3: Swimmlnfr 3: Volloy Ball 3: Football 4: Band 1. 2, 3: Sports Club 2, 3. 4: Treasurer 4: Junior Manager Bas- ketball 3: Triship .Representative 12: Health Co-uncil 3. - Ilnrlocided Jean Duncan-Clark Alternate Councilor 3: Echoes Staff 4: News Flashes 42 North- sllore Country Day and Royce- more. L'ndecidcd Virginia Dunlap Advertising Champions Basket- bnll 3: Baseball 1, 3: Basketball 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Domecon Club 4: N. T. G. A. A. 4. Butler Charles John Eastman, Jr. Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 1: Band 1, 2: Commercial Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Rifle Club 2: Student Council 2: Social Com- mittee 1, 2. 3. Illinois Geraldine Eddington French Club 3. Art Institute N1 sw 1' , 1 ,. if X .A if Thomas Merwyn Elvin Glee Club 3, 4: National H. S. Chorus 3: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Pirates of Penzance 4: Helena H. S., Helena, Montana, 1: Fer- gus County H. S.. Lewistown, Montana 2. Northwestern Ernest John Enchelmayer - Freshman-Sophomore Football: Numerals 2: Football 4: Letter 4: Swlmmlng 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Football Champions 3: Boys' Glee Club: Gavel Club 3, 4: Forensic Board 3. -1: Commercial Club 2: Infor- mation Desk 4: Assistant Mana- ger Debate Team 3: Manager De- bate Team 4. - Northwestern School of Commerce James Joseph Enright Basketball Manager 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Sports Club 2, 3: Ushers Corps 4: Student Council- or 2: Leaders Corps 1: Trl-ship Representative 1, 2. Notre Dame Grace Lucille Erickson Soccer Championship 4: Base- ball Championshlp 3: Basketball Championship 3: Baseball 3: Soccer 3, 4:.Iunior Orchestra 1: Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Junior Music Club 3, 4: Riile Club 2: French Club fv!L,Noi-thwestern nf Rose Elizabeth Faucett Commercial Club 1, 2. Wu rd-Belmont Fort y- Three K A GL .,,. 2,.,..m,.. ,.-.... ....1...,.,.......,...............,......,........,......, Mary Joan Ferrarini l I Commerce Club 3, 4: Science , Club 4: Honor Group 1, 22 Honor Society 4. Undecided , Bradford E. Fike Truck 4: Tennis 35 Junior 1 Track Manager 3. Illinois l l Ivan Philip Florsheim, Jr. Commerce Club 1: Prlnciplu St. Louis 2, 3. - Undecided , 3 3. ll 1 .. 1 : . l 5 Martha Jane Forman Hockey 1, 2: G. A, A, 1, 2, 3, 4: Opera 4: French Club 2. 4: Domecon Club 4 3 New Trier News Stall' 2: Echoes Stuff 4. 1 Wisconsin ' 1 I .,, ..,, 4 'S 'F Q .,, 3 9? Q' -. 9 fr 5 .A gf? X 1 . T 5 Henry E. Foster . Dramatic Club 2. 3, -1: Player 3, 45 Publicity Chairman 3, 4: 5, Echoes Statf 4: Information Desk il 4: Lens Club 3, 4: Treasurer 4: 5 Stamp Club 1, 2: Business Mun- ager Opera 4 3 T. N. T. 4. Colgate I ' K ,, Q l ' an y Adelaide Frank-lin Undeclded Garland Foscue Southwest Hlgh, Kansas City, Mo., 1, 2, 3. Northwestern William Harrison Freeman Fleatlxerweight B a s k e t b a l 1 Champions 1 : Science Club' 2: Gavel Club 4: Debating Team 4: Honor Society 4. Purdue Phyllis Fuennan Student Council 1: Domecon Club -1: Lens Club 4. Sullivans College Jack Frost Undecided Alan Bradtield Fuller Tennis 3, 4: Letter 3, 4: Track 4: Tennis Singles School Cham- pions 4: Tennis Singles Class Champions 3: Class Volley Ball Cham-pious 3: Honor Group 2. 3: Information Desk 4: Prlvatc School 1: llonor Society 4. Illinois Clark Culbertson Gapen Volley Ball 3: Student Coun- cil 2: Honor Group 3: Stamp Club 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 3, 4: Secretary and Treasurer 3, 4: Honor Society 4. Wisconsin 54,4 Mft. Elizabeth Stirling Garner Soccer 1. 4: Dramtlc Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Student Council Alternate 2: Glrls' Representative 3: Health Council 1: Spanish Club 3. Northwestern F. Kendall Garretaon Football 4. Unlverslty of Virginia John Emmerson Gazlay Chorus: Glee Club: Hughes High School, Cincinnati. Undecided Q5 1 s'L2. I J Y ae, X ' me Jane Geringer Domecon Club 3, 4: Evanston Township High School, Northwestern Paul Thomas Gilbert, Jr. Track 2, 3. 4: Numeral 3: Jun- lor Music Club 1, 2: Treasurer 2: Senior Club 3, 4: Opera 4: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice- President 2: President 3, 4: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Havard Award 3: Leaders' Corps 1, 2: Latin Play 4: Honor Society 4. Northwestern Margaret Gindele Undecided Hollis Garland Gleason Swimming 3: Water Polo 3: Volley Ball 3: One Lap Relay Champions 4: Freshman-Sophm more Football 2: Student Coun- cil Representative 1, 2: Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Georgetown Kentucky Mary Kathryn Gleason Glec Club 4: Domecon Club 4: French Club 4: Lens Club 4: So- clal Committee 4: New Trier News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 4: Yllhl de Chantal, Rock Island, Ill., Sa rab Lawrence Forty-Fire Lois Harriet Goldstein Junior Music Club 1, 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Girls Club Charity Committee 4: Service Club 3, 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Student Coun- cil 1: Gavel Club 3, 4: Secretary 3: Scriblerus Club 4, Secretary 4: Wranglers Club 1: National Forensic League 2. 3, 4: Honor Roll 1, 3: First Prize Poetry 3: First Prize Essay 3: News 1. 2: Echoes Staff 4: New Trier News l-'lashes Editor-in-Chief 4: Daily News Oratorical Contest 2. 3: Union League Club 2: Debating Team 2, 3: T. N. T. 4. Vassur Frank Gordon Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Letter 4: Fond du Luc, Wls., 1, 2, 3. , Wisconsin f- -r fftff 'V A John Wadsworth Gordon Varsity Track 4: Stamp Club 1: Advertising Stat? Echoes 4: glegron Academy, Hebron, Maine, Ca rleton Robert Gordon Varsity Football 4: Varsity Basketball 4: Letter 4: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, 1, 2, 3, x- Wisconsin . s Dorothy Downing Graham Soccer 2, 3, 4: Student Coun- cll 1 : Alternate 3: Lenders' Corps 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Social Com- mittee 4. Brlnrclitf Forty-Sim ms, can -..-,.....:....w....,.,,.......-W.. ,.w,,w. , 9 l 5 2 5 5 i 3 Q 1 4 ..............-.-.....,..s 6,x f gh George A. Greaves Stamp Club 3: Rifle Club 4. Undecided Edith Green Commercial 1, 2, 3, 4: Secre- tary-Treasurer 4: Science Club 4: Picture Committee 4. Mosser Business College Dale Grilin Gavel Club 3. Undecided Hernando Guigli Senior High, Mulberry, Kansas. Undecided Edward Frank Gritzbaugh Intramural Featherweight Bas- ketball Champions 1: Health Councilor 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Librarian 4: Plnatore 2: Pirates of Penzance 4. Undecided Margery Florence Hacker Commercial Club Charles Hall, Jr. Campion High School. Notre Dame Jean Lucille Hall Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Play- ers 4: French Club 2, 3g Junior Music Club 2. 3: Senior Music Club 4: Clogglng 3, 4: Pirates of Penzance 4. Philip Hamilton Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Football Coach 4: Intramural Football Champions 1: Trl-Ship Representative 2. Illinois Edna Dorothy Hammer Soccer 2: Health Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Health Council Secretary H Kentucky University Undecided "I L, Mx X W 0 'lim' Lois Hanawalt Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Student Council 1: Alternate 2: Lens Club 3: Spanish .Club 3. De Pua W Lelah Jayne Hardwick Tumbling 2: Lens Club 4: Echoes Staff 4: Class Social Com- mittee 4: Girls' Club Represen- tative 4. Grinnell Hugo Hartman, Jr. Volley Ball Champions 3: Band 1. 2, 3. -lg Orchestra 4: Sports Club 3, 4. President 4: Stamp Club 1: News Advertising -Staff 1: Student Council 1. Pennsylvania Thelma Alice Hayskar Track 2: Soccer 3, 4: Dramatic Club Active Member 3. 4: G. A. A. 3, 4. Stockton Junior High 1. Art nstitute Y f William F. Healy, Jr. Lightweight Football 2: "The Xlllllfllllllv' 4: Probatlonary Mem- ber Draumtlc Club 4: Intramural Coach 4: Student Council 31 Snapshot Stai of Echoes 4: So- cial Representatlve 2, 4. Dartmouth Forty-Seven Thomas R. Heffner Lightweight Basketball 4: Let- ter 4: Liglztweight Basketball 3: Lightweight Football Coach 4: Junior Orchestra 1: Band 2. 3: Tri-ship Representative 2: Stu- dent Councll 3: Sports Club 1, 2. 3: Spanish Club 3: Commercial Club 4. Georgetown Jack Kenneth Heitrnan Lightweight Basketball 3. 43 Letter 4: Co-Captain 4: Senior and Junior Football Manager. Numeral 3: Letter 4: Feather- weight Basketball 2: Freshman and Sopho-more Basketball: Class Treasurer 1: Sports Club 1: Com- mercial Club: T. N. T. 4: Base- ball 4. Lake Forest Academy Charles David Henderson Track 4: Volley Ball 3: Scrib- lerus Club. Art Institute Edward John Hicks, Jr. Football 3, 4: Letter 3. 4: Bas- ketball 3, 4: Letter 3. 4: Fresh- man-Sophomore Football 2: T. N. T. 3. 4 : Class Treasurer 3 : Echoes Staff 4: New Trier News Flashes -1: Health Council 4. Prep School Alice Hillinger Hockey 2. 4: Girls' Finance 4: Swimming 3: G. A. A, 2, 3, 4: Junior Music Club 1, 2: Service Club 3. 4: French 4: Doniccon 4: Tenn? lganager 4: Leaders' Corps Rockford ForfysEight il l l t Km I X it , .,-. .... ..,.........,, .. ......W...,,..,...-., 1 . l . E ' ' l ll ll - , l 4 . 4 I , ls ll 1 It ! i ll ll ,N ' 1 f' am Flora Helen Holm-Hansen Boulder University, Colo. Helen Marie Hodgkin: Hockey 1, 2, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: French Club 4: Service Club 4: Domecon Club 4. George Washington University Richard Hooker Lens Club 3, 4: Frenc 3: Stamp Club 1, 2. Corne Z Grace Horky Northwestern William Francis Horsting ' Undecided or Betty Helen Houren Lens Club 1: Social C0llJI1liltC0 1: Echoes Staff 3. Saint Marys of the Lake Robert Llewellyn Hughes Student Council 3. Oberlin Lloyd B. Huguenor, Jr- Rlne Club 4. Northwestern Margery Claire Hume Si 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3? illcgomecon 3, 4: G. A. A. 4. Undecided . .7 Dorothy Marie Hunt Dramatic.C1ub, Properties Com- mittee 3, 4: Echoes Stud 3: French Club 4: Lens Club 33 Re- serlrle geek Librarian 4: Sullivan J. . . . Knox l 1 l I 1 xg? . l f l F l , l l , l Robert Hutchings Track 4: Featherweight Basket- ball 2: Glee Club 4: Opera 4: New Trier News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 4. Purdue Christine Irwin Soccer 3, 4: Tumbling 2, 3: Natural Dancing 1, 2: Tap Danc- ing 4: Baseball 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Dramatic Club, Probatlonary Member 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Social Committee Girls' Club 4: Class Social Committee 2: Echoes Staff 3, 4: N, T. G. A. A. 3, 4: Opera 4, Wisconsin James Iverson Basketball 4: Swimming Mana- ger 2. 3: Intramural Handball Singles Champion 3, 4: Intramu- ral Handball Doubles Champion 3, 4: Band 2. 3: Sports Club Award 3: Sports Club 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Ride Team 3, 4: Information Desk 4. A ntloch Amelia Frances J acobs Adviser Room Hockey Cham- .plons 3: Second Team Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Second Team Clogglng 3: Probationary Member Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Class Manager Hockey 4: Lead- ers' Corps 2, 3, 4. University of Chicago Ruth Claire Jackson G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: N. T. G. A. A. 3, 4: Probatlonary Member Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4: Health Coun- cil 4: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: News Stat! 2: Echoes 3, 4: News Flashes 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Gavel Club 3, 4: Vice-President 4: Lens Club 1, 2, 3: Chess Club 2, 3: Honor Society 4. Middlebury Forty-Nine Effie Adele James ' Baseball 1: Soccer 1, 2, 4: Basketball 1: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Junior Music Club 1: Senior Music Club 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Opera 4: Glee Club 4: Girls' Club Social Committee 2: Financial Committee 3: Class Social Com- mittee 3: Class Secretary 33 G. A. A. 2, 3. 4. Arlington Hall Henning Adolph Jansson Ride Club 2: Radio Club 2, 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4: Com- mercial Club 4. Illinois Oakley Jenks Freshman-Sophomore Football 1, 2: Numerals 1, 2: Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4: Letter 4: Band 1, 2: Student Council 2: Class Treas- urer 2: Class Social Committee 1. 2: Manager Boxing Tournament 4: Echoes Staff 4. Michigan Thomas Stevenson Johansen Swimming 3, 4: Letter 4: Track 3: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Ride Team 3, 4. Colorado School of Mines Grace Johnson Undecided Fifty Q mf xff. S F wx 'ss Lila May Johnson 'Commercial Club 1, 2, 3. 4: X ice-President 3 : Commercial C11 Honorary Group 3, Undecided Lowell Hartley Johnson Student Council 1, 2, 35 Com- merce Club President 4, La ke Fores t Martin Arthur Johnson, Jr. Baseball 3. -1: Gavel Club 1, 2. Cf? Junior Basketball Manager 3: Senior Basketball Manager 4: Letter 4, M. I. T. Josephine Johnstone Basketball First Team 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2. 32 G. A. A. 3, 4. Undecided Agnes Nichols Jones Glee Club 3, 4 : Opera 4 : French Club 3, 4: Class Social Commit- tee 2. Northwestern Barclay Jones ' Treasurer of Stump Club 4: Honor Group 1. 2, 3: Honor So- ciety 4. Armour Institute of Technology Paul Pearl: Jones Basketball Lightweight 3: Let- ter 35 Heavyweight Basketball 4: Captain 4: Letter 4: Lightweight Basketball Champions 1: Student gogductor Band 45 Bnnd 1, 2. , . Northwestern Pauline Estelle Jones Commercial Club 4: Domecon Club 4, . Undecided Thomas Harold Jordan Lens Club 39 Geology Club 3: Ilitle Club 2. University of Kentucky - J V Xl. Xl Victor H. Joyce Swimming 3, 4: Letter 3, -1: New Trier Sextet 4: Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Senior Music Club 4: Bennett. lligh School, Buffalo, New York, 1, 2. Purdue i mm, pw S , . We -.nv-Yg.....W:-. 3 t ll it 4 1 4 i E 5 t 1 5, X. if 3 5 5 lr 1 1 'E il . 1 Q, l I . mx 'mi i Clarence H. Kavanagh, Jr. Freshman-Sophomore Football 1, Numeral 1: Lightweight Bas- ketball 4, Letter 4: Tennis 3: Basketball Champions 3: Debat- lng Club 1 5 Sports Club 3: Echoes Staff 43 Information Desk 4. Illinois Charlotte Keator French Club 4: Domecon Club 4: Monticello Seminary, Godfrey, Illinois, 3. Undecided Kathryn M. Kerr Undecided Betty Jane Ketcham Swimming Team 15 Tumbling Team 23 Student Council Alterna- tive 1: G. A. A. 3, 4: Stump Club 1: Domt-con 2: Class Social Committee 1, 3, 4. Undecided John Charles Kingery New Trier News Flashes 45 News Editor Echoes Stuff 4: gmaha Central High School 1, 2, Dartmouth Fifty-One Robert Kirtland Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3. President 4: Octet 3, 4: Opera 2, 4: Senior Music Club 3. 4. Northwestern t 4 xl J U Ralph Thomas Kline Baseball 3 : Swimming 2: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Undecided Harvey Edward Klunder Lightweight Basketball 2, 3: Letter 2, 3: Heavyweight Basket- ball 4: Letter 4: Freshman- Sophomore Football 2: Freshman- Sophomore Basketball 1: Band 1. 2: Student Council 1, 2: Echoes Stat! 4. Prep School Hazel Louise Knepper Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Rifle Club 2: Service Club 3, 4. Carleton Louis Gerald Kohn Oklahoma: Senn: Elgin, Military Academy. Wisconsin Mo., Fifty-Two l 1 x77 l . up W ZZ-' f' in N Thelma Rose Kollie Lens Club -L: Shaker Heights lligh School 1, 2, 3. Grinnell ,Q gxzfx Sh 'ix Joseph William Kraft St. Charles High School, Colum- bus. Ohio, 1, 2. Undecided Charles Kremer Junior Track, Numerals 2: Senior Track 3, 4: Lightweight Basketball. Letter 3: Varsity Football 3. 4: Letter 4: Intra- mural Baseball Champions 3: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Senior Music Club 2, 3. 4: Junior Music Club 1: Treasurer 3: Student Council 1: Class President 1: Barnet Bird Prize 3: N. T. 0. Undecided Sally Kriebel Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: Cap- tain 1. 2. 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: Secretary 2: Treasurer 3: Girls' Club 1. 2: Social Committee 1, 22 President 4: N. T. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: Letter 4: T. N. T. 3. 4: Vice- Presldent 4:: Class Vice-President 1: Social Committee 2: Gift Com- mittee 4: Echoes Editor Girls' Athletics 4. ljruuison Louis Kuppenheimer Tennis Team 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 2: Student Coun- cll 1: Health Councilor 2, 3, 4: Class Social Committee 1, 3, 4. Northwestern Willard Kus Baseball 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: News Staff 4. Wlsconsln John Laing Baseball 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Science Club 1, 2: Information Desk 4: Social Representative 4: Health Councilor 2, 3. Illinois Jack Berry Lampe Track 3, 4: Letter 3. Helen Ida Larson Hockey 1: Baseball 2: Art Club 1: Lens Club 3: Girls" Club Rep- resentative 4: Social Committee 1. Lake Forest Catherine Frances Leary Lens Club 4. St. Marys, Notre Dame ss., x W , . ., . 0 . , E S E e E 2 Z 2 A 5 gi 2 ? if ,1 53 s it ,ll Q as 5 'rl 5 s 5 l 3 l 4 2 l Q E Q JJX 'QQ . l Laurence Robert Leviton Tennis 2, 4: Track 2: Light- weight Basketball Champions 3: German Qlub 3. 4: science Club 3, 4: Latln Club 2: Roosevelt 1: Lake View 2. Northwestern Herbert Durham Lilly Undecided Christina Lind Adviser Room Baseball 2: Hockey 3: Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4: Bas- ketball 1, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3 4: Vice- Presldent 2: Secretary 4: Service Club 4: G. A, A. 1, 2, 8, 4. Frederick Augustus Lind Baseball 2, 3, 4: Letter 3, Cap- tain 4: Football 3, 4, Letter 3, 4: Basketball 3: Freshman-Sophm more Football 2, Numerals 2: Freshman-Sophomore Basketball 2: Trisshlp Chairman Relations Committee 4: T. N. T. 3, 4: Class President 3. Duke University Sarah Lindahl Undecided Fifty-Three Jean Mildred Lindsirom Soccer 1. 2. 3: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Opera 4: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club Active Member 2, 3. 4: Girls' Club Vice-President 4: Inter Club Board 4: Student Council 2: T. N, T, 3. 4: Class Vice-President 2: Echoes Staff 4: Domecon 2. 3: Leaders Corps 1, 2, 3: G. A, A. 2. 3, -1. Undecided Earl Harry Lingle Glee Club 2, 3: Sports Club 3. 4: Gavel Club 1: Information Desk 4. Undecided Gustav Stephen Link Chess Club 4: German Club 3. 4: President 4: Waller High School, Chicago. Northwestern Joseph Lawrence Link German Club 3, 4: Chess Club 3, 4: Chess Team 4: Waller High School, Chicago. Illinois Robert Livingston Glee, Club 1, 2: Gavel Club 1, 2: Honor Group 3: Debating Team 4: Honor Society 4. .University of Chicago Fifty-Four 551 xg. 5. 11 , ' I r 22-2 " Q Alex Logan Lens Club 3, 4: Stamp Club 2 3, 4: Spanish Club 3. University of Chicago Edna Loomis Junior Orchestra 1: Commercial Club 1, 2: Registrars Otllce 4. Undecided Davis Newton Lott Junior Track Manager, Numer- als 3: Senior Track Manager 4: Lightweight Football 3: Glee Club 1: Trl-Ship Representative 1: Class Social Committee 3: In- formation Desk 4: Student Coun- cil 3: Usher Corps 4: News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 4: Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: Emblem 4: N. T. O. 1. 2, 3, 4: Lens Club 3, 4: French Club 2, 3. Northwestern Russell George Luce Baseball 3: Football 3: Junlor llrchestra 2: Orchestra 3. 41 Gavel Club 3. 4: Roosevelt High School, Chicago. Illinois Jane Denton Ludwig Baseball 1: Hockey 4: Tum- bling 2: Junior Music Club 1, 2, 3: Senior Music Club 4, Secre- tary 4: Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2. 3, 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 42 N. T. G, A, A. 3. 4: Echoes Statf 3. 4: Health Council 3. Vassar n Dorothy Lundin Undecided Winifred Edith Lunclquist Baseball 1, 2: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A, 2. 3, 4, Zfffflffff 7,17 ,otfoffv Lucille Helen Lutter Commercial Club 4: Spanish Club 2. Moser Business College Frances Eleanor Lutz Hockey 1: Dramatic Club Pro- bationary Member 4: Play 4: Student Council 2: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: French Club 2. 3, 4, Pres- ident 4: Girls' Club Charity Com- mittee 1: Girls' Club Financial Committee 4: Honor Society 4. Northwestern Gertrude Louise Lynn Baseball 2: Hockey 3, 4: Hockey 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: First Track 2, 3: First Tumbling 3: French Club 4: Student Coun- cll Alternate 3: Leaders Corps 2, 3. 4: Head of Hockey 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: N. T. G. A, A. 3, 4. Grinnell Mae Edith Lyon ' . Adviser Room Soccer Cham- pions 4: Glee Club 4: Commer- cial Club 4: Health Councillor 4: Yorkville High School 1, 2, 3. Northwestern Angeline Maistrovitch Senior Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Charity Committee 4: Alternate Councillor 2: G, A, A, 4: Dome. con Club Publicity Chairman 4: French Club Vice-President 4: Lenders 1, 2, 3, 4. Lake Forest Eugene Earl Mancinelli, Jr. Basketball 4. Letter 4: Basket- ball Champions 2: Trl-Ship Rep- resentative 2, 3: News Flashes 4: Football Manager 1, 2: Baseball Manager 2: Honor Society 4. Northwestern Royal Bernard Martin Track 2: Featherweight Basket- ball Champions 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Trl-Shlp Representative 1, 2, 3. Lake Forest College Alberta May Commercial Club 4. Undecided Fifty-Five Katharine Maxwell Junior Orchestra 1: Senior Or- chestra 2, 3. 4: Junior Music Club 1, 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Science Club 1, 2, President 2: Service Club 3, 4: Honor Society 4. Antioch I Ruth Elaine McConnaughey Dancing 1, 2, 3: Clogglug 3: Probationary Member Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 43 Domecon Club 2, 3, 4: Lens Club 4. National Kindergarten College Dorothy Lillian 'McDen-nid Soccer 4: Clogging 3: Tum- hllng 3: Lens Club 3, 4. Wisconsin John McDowell Volley Ball 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Ititle Club 4: Trl-Ship Represen- tative 1: Morgan Park Military Academy. Northwestern Letha McGill East Denver High School. Undecided Fifty-Siu: I sw . Z K 5 4 .....,.,...... ..,...,.,s..-Q,-. N.. . 0' I l 1 ll 5, 1 fl l S Donald Mclntyre Undecided Catherine Harriett McKay Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Domecon 1: Commercial Club Honor Division. National College of Education Betty McNamee Hockey 2. 3: Domecon 3, 4: Social Committee 3: Principia. Princlpia Jean Sinclair Mack Soccer 4: Rifle Club 1: French Club 3, 4: Lens Club 3: Prob. Member Drama Club 2, 3: Second Prize League of Nations Contest 3. Northwestern Jack Lester Mee - Tennis 3, 4: Letter 4: Golf 4: Basketball 3, 4: Letter 4: Water Polo Champions 3: Swimming Champions 3: Volley Ball 3: Ten- nis Doubles Champion 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Trl-Ship Representa- tive 3: Echoes Staff 3. 4: New Trier News Flashes 4: Ches Team: Rifle Club 2, 3: lvl o - clety 4. X Princeton ,f Charles Melcher Water Polo 3. 4: Volley B011 3. 4: Track 4: Band 3. 42 SDOFYS Club: Nicolet High. W. De Pere. Wis., Il, 2. Purdue Mary Agnes Melville Scrlblcrs Club 2. 3, 4: Com- mercial Club 3: Ida M. Fisher Fla. 1, 2. Rollins Fla. Mary Margaret Melvin Soccer Adv. Championship 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Soccer 4: Health Councillor 3: Honor Group 2: Spanish Club 3: French Club 4: llonor Society 4. C Northwestern Marjorie Martha Mergenthaler Soccer 2, 3: Health Council 1. 2: Social Committee 3: Commer- cial Club 1, 3, 4: Commercial Club Social Committee 3: Chair- man Membership Committee 3, 4: Registrar-'s Odice 4. Moser Mary Jane Mess l 0 Igrench Club 3, 4: Honor Roll I l l Northwestern l ei' ms, CW I. . Q i f 1 vs . X V . , ' 1 , . ,......s..,.,. f . ,. . .s.,. N -.M--.....-.. ag' 'ou Mollie Treadwell Mickey Junior Music Club 1, 2: Secre- tary 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Treasurer 4: Dramatic Club Active Member: Student Council 1: German Club 3, 4: Service Club 4. Undecided Hugh Middleton Glee Club 3, 4: Senior Music Club 4: Opera 4: Commercial Club 4: Advertising Manager of lichoes 4: Boonville High School University of Washington Dorothy Barbara Miller Soccer Championship 4: Danc- ing 2: Dramatic Club :Probation- aryl 2, 3, 4: Glrl's Club Represen- tative 1: Commercial Club 1, 3, 4. Evanston Hospital Meta Elizabeth Miller Hockey 1 : Student Council 1, 2: Advertising StaE of News 1. 2: Echoes Staff 1, 2, 4: New Trier News Flashes 4: Service Club 4: Secretary 4: Domecon Club 2, 3: Vice-President 3: German Club 4: Vice-President 4: Maine Town- ship High School 3. Undecided Becky Miller Soccer 1, 2, 4: Captain 1. 2: Manager 3: Baseball 1. 2, 3: Bas- ketball 3: N. T. G. A. A. 3: Junior Orchestra 1, 2: Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Girls' Club Representa- tive 4: llealth Council 1: German Club 2. 3, 4. Grinnell Fifty-Seven Walter George Mockler T r i - S h l p Representative 4: Honor Group 3: Science Club 2. 3: Geology Club 3, 4: Sports Club 4: Rifle Club 4: Information Desk 4: Middletown. Ohio. 1: Honor Society 4. Northwestern John Edward Moore Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Proba- tlonary Member of Dramatic Club 4: Stamp and Coln 4: Illtle Club 4: Stage Crew 4. Carleton William Thomas Morgan, Jr. Basketball 2. 4: Handball Dou- bles 3, 4: Intramural Golf 4: Boys' Glee Club 1, 2: Quartet 23 Band 1, 2, 3: Senior Music Club 1, 2: Sports Club 1, 2, 3: Com- merce Club 1: Echoes Staff 4: In- formation Desk 4: Football Man- ager 2: Swimming Manager 3. Northwestern Blossom Morris Baseball 2: Health Councilor 4: Reserve Desk Librarian 4: Castle School, Larrytown. N. Y.. 3. Wisconsin Emily Jane Mullen , Hockey 2: Commercial Club 3. 4: Domecon Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Re- serve Desk 3, 4. Micheal Reese Hospital Fifty-Eight s, W Xi . . .M see. M., .,.. W1,.,..-... ,. .,..,,....-...,..............,....-.-,- :Z ll . l p , I l . 3. - . if! , 2 an X 'JS' Donald duRoi Nelson 50-Yard S ll u t t l e Relay 4: Health Council 1: Debating Team 4: information Desk -1. Wisconsin Florence Cecelia Nelson Basketball 2, 3: Soccer 1, 2: Hockey 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: G. A. A, 1, 2, 3, 4. Undecided Sherwood Ralph Nelson Football 2, 3: Freshman-Sophm more Football 1: Freshman-Sopb ornore Basketball 1: Junior Or- chestra 1: Student Council 1, 3: Tri-Ship Representative 4. Undecided Virginia Elise Nelson Hockey 3: First Tumbling 2, 33 Probatlonary Member 4: Charity Committee 4: Honor Group 2: French Club 2. 3. 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Domecon 4: Service Club 3: President -1. National Park Seminary Charles William Nelson Basketball School Champions 1. M, I. T. or Purdue Mai-ion Martha Anne Nettlernan Probationary Member 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 1, 2. 3, 4-: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Honor Society 4. Moser Raymond Neumann Basketball School Champions 3: Echoes Advertising Staff 6. Lake Forest Merritt Nicholls Undecided Eugene Byron Nickel Football 2, 3, 4: Letter 4: In- tramural Water I'olo 3: Intra- mural Swimming 3: lntramural ll 1 Freshman So homore Footba 9 - P Football 2: Numerals 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Lens Club 3, 4: Trl- Ship Representative 22 15011008 Group Pictures 4: Baseball 4. Northwestern Carl Nordberg Un decided P I C122 Y, , Yi, . V n 1 1 ' 1 E l I . . T Q ' I S . ,N i S 5 5 3 1 l f 'f 1 2 2 2 .5 i 3 . . 1 1 E . Q E 3 E f 2 3 1 l , 1 l E l , iz 1 1. e if 3 . 5 S 3 s n l i 3 , 1 ' 5 K 1 Z 1 4 , 77-li -H 4 2 Jane Helen Nonnan Hockey 1, 4: Swimming 1. 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Gavel Club 4: Lens Club 3, 4: Service Club 3. 4: French Club 2.I 3, 4: Social Com- mittee 1, 2: Echoes 3, 4: News Flashes 4: G. A. A, 2, 3: N. TI G. A. A. 4. Wellesley Dorrance Clark Nygaard Heavyweight Football 3: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Senior Orchestra 3. 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Inter Club Board 4: Tri-Ship 'C'hnlr'mnn of Charity Committee 4: Treas- urer 4: Science Club President 1 Z Union League Club Oratorlcal Contest 4: T. N. T. 4. Grinnell Helen Louise Obermeir Marywood 1, 2: Malllnckrodt 3. Undecided Philip Richard 0'Connell Swimming Team 1, 2, 3: Foot- ball 1: llealth Council 1. Kentucky Ruth Genevieve Offner Hockey Team 2, 3: Charity Committee Chairman 3: Treasurer Girls' Club 4: Inter Club Board 4: T. N. T. 3, 4: Secretary of Class 2: Echoes Stalf 3, 4: N. T. G, A, A. 3, 4. Grinnell' Fifty-Nine Marjorie Marie O'Flaherty Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Undecided , "Nath George Frederick Ogan Football lCaptain Freshman- Sophomorel 2: Varsity 3. 4: Cap- taln 4: Swimming 1: Basketball Squad 2. 3: Student Council: T. N. T. 3. 4: President Senior Class: News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 4: Scrlhlerus Club 4. Rochester Jane Isabelle Orr Soccer 3, 4: Hockey 1: Leaders Corps 1. 2: Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Librarian 1: Junior Music Club 1, 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Opera 2, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3: Player 4: Secretary 4: Glrl's Club Financial Committee 4: Student Council 1: Honor Group 2, 3: Class Social Committee 1, 2 : News Flashes: lnqulrlng Reporter 4: Echoes Staff 4: French Club 2. 3. 4: Lens Club 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: T. N. T. 4: Honor Society 4. Vassar Herbert Otten Basketball 3: Lens Club 4: Science Club 4: Spanish Club 3: Information Desk 4. Wisconsin Gerald Bright Parker Baseball 3: Senior Orchestra 3: Latin Play, Mantuan 4 : Rifle Club 2, 3, 4: President and Range Of- ticer 4: First Team 4: Stamp Club 3: German Club 4: Honor Group 1: Information Desk 4. University of Chicago Sixty ms, sw . T 5 , I 1 , an N - Helen Parsons Soccer 3, 43 G, A, A, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 3, 4, Charles Follett Patterson Intramural Football 3: Baseball School Champions 3: Commercial Club 3: Lens 'Club 3: Rifle Club 3: Commercial Club Honor Divl- sion 1: Commerce Club Emblem: Mock Election,2. Beloit Lucia Abbott Perrigo Hockey 1, 2: Junior Music Club 3: Play 1: Glee Club 3, 4: Opera 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2: G. A. A. 3, 4. Northwestern Ada Lucille Peterson Baseball 1: Chorus 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ilealtth Councilor 3: Committee 4. Illinois Alf Harold Peterson Alternate Councilor 1. Undecided Julian L. Petersen Stamp Club 2: Spanish Club 2: Debating Club 1: Science Club 1: Information Desk -1: Honor S0- ciety 4. Northwestern Ora Rosalie Phelps Glee Club 4. Undecided Ruih Vernette Phelps Soccer 1: Glee Club 'lg Lens Club 1, 2. , Chicago Teachers' College Allen Kellogg Pima-ack Debating 2, 3: Track 4, Undecided Lljlvf 1-f s - l 4 I ,A ki, . Benjamin Phillips Ride Club: Sports Club: Lens Club. Illinois ' N1 i. an X J Ethel Pierce Baseball 3 : Busk tball 4 : Junior Orchestra 2: Seni Orchestra 3, 4: Honor Group 1 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 4. A ,fl O QQ I Harriette Edwina Pollard Lens Club 3: 4: Scrlblerus Club 4: Domecon Club -if Glee Club 4: Pirates of Penzance 4: Reserve Desk Librarian 4. ' Principia Marian Lorraine Pomeroy Adviser Room Swimming Mana- ger 2, 4: Spanish Club 2: Lens Club 4: Domecon Club 4: Echoes Stuff 4. Miami Marion Popper Baseball 2. 3: Basketball 2, 4: Hockey 2, 3: French Club 4: llonor Roll 1, 2, 3: Leaders Corps 1, 2, 3, 4: Socinl Committee Glrl's C'lnb 3: Financial Committee Girl's Club -1: G. A. A, 2, 3, -1: Social Committee G. A. A. 4, University of Chicago Jane Rita Portis 1 Hockey 2, 4: Soccer 1: Base- ball 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2: Tum- bling 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: N. T. G, A. A. 4, Wisconsin Sixty-One Mary Elizaheth Potter Junior Music Club 2: Senior Music Club 3. 4: Vice-President 4: Glee Club 4: Senior Orchestra 3, 4: French Club 2, 4: Geology Club 2: Girl's Club Representative 2: Alternate Councilor 3: Honor Society 4. Mt. Holyoke Virginia Preston Dramatic Club -1: Latin Play -1: Glrl's Club Representative 4: Honor Group 3: Scriblerus 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3: Editor of "Scrib- blings" 4: Honor Society 4. Radcliie Ralph Elliott Putnam East High School, Rochester. T. Y., 1, 2, 3: Football Numeral Purdue Helen Virginia Putt Basketball 1, 2: Soccer 2: G. A, A. 2 .3. -1: New Trier News Flashes 4: Student Council 3: Health Council 2: Sarasota High School 1. Illinois Helen Webb Ranney Soccer 2: Spanish Club 3. Undecided Sia'ty-Two ss, ,W ? . E .2 ii 5 3 wx 'sm Cynthia Richards Soccer Championship 4: Health Council 1: Girl's Club Represen- tative 2: Science Club 1: Lens Club 3. Undecided Harry Richards Football 3, 4: Letter 4. Undecided Margaret Richards Baskemall 3: Baseball 3: Soc- cer 4: G. A, A. 4: Lens Club 3, 4. National Kindergarten Virginia Rogers Rietheimer Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3: Tumbling 2: French Club 3: Secretary 3: Stu- dent Council 3: G1rl's Club Fi- nnnciul Committee 2: Glrl's Club Charity Committee 3: Leaders Corps 2, 3: Secretary of Class 4: Class Social 'Committee 2: Echoes Staff 4: News Flashes 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: N. T. G. A. A. 2: "N" 4: Sports Committee 3, 4: Inter-scholastic Hockey 3, 4. Post Graduate Dorothy J. Ristow Soccer 1: Baseball 2: Domecon 4: Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Undecided Alan Scott Robinson Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Player 3, 4: Student Council 1: Echoes Stall? 4: Information Desk 4. Wisconsin Q Jean Margaret Robinson Soccer 1, 2: Track 2: Baseball 1, 2: Swimming 1: G. A. A. 1, 2. 3, 4: N. T. G. A, A. 2: Student Council 1, 2: Domecon 1. Cn rleton Winfield Gordon Rogers Baseball 3, 4: Band 1, 2 : Sports Club 4: Roosevelt High 1. 1 Northwestern Mary Elizabeth Ronan 2 Domecon 4: Marywood High 1, Undecided Blossom Rosenthal Baseball 2: Basketball 2: Hockey 1: Domecon 2: Commerce Club 3, 4: Student Councilor 4. Illinois ..-.--Qu., 'om Sara Irene Rossman Hockey 2: Basketball 2: N. T. 0. Club 1, 2, 3: Lens Club 4: Domecon Club 3. 4: Service Club 3: Echoes Statf 1: G, A, A, 2, 3, it Alternate in Reglstl-ar's Otiice Grinnell Gordon Ruff Senior Music Club 3, 4: Senior Orchestra 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Science Club 3, -1. , Antioch Francis Benjamin Runnfeldt Featherweight B a s k e t b a ll Champions 2. ' Undecided Frank Soltow Iowa Alvin Carl sanaberg Intramural Champions of Base- ball 3: Football 2: Glee Club 2: Mock Election 2. Northwcs tern SLU ty- 'l'h ree' Harriet Mountain Sandberg Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Social Com mittee 2: News Reporter 2: French Club 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Leaders Corps 1, 2, 3. Briarcliff Jacquelyn Sanger Milwaukee Downer Seminary 1. 2, 3. Undecided Thomas Edward Saxton Basketball-Lights 3, 4: Fen- therweight Basketball Champions 25 Freshman-Sophomore Basket ball Team 1, 2. Henry Schauffler A North western James Caughren Sohnur Trl-Ship Representative 3 Cornell Sixty-Four I , an .,.....hN.- .C i I i l 3 E . Q a E 5 2 s s S l Q mx Y fr lg 'I 1 George Joseph Schopin lntramural Football Champions i 1. 4, Undecided Warren Schroeder Undecided Caroline Schwarm Junior Orchestra 1: Senior Or- chestra 1, 2, 35 Junior Music Club 1, 2, 39 Senior Music Club 3: Plnnfore 2: Nntlonal H. S. Orchestra 3: Lens Club 33 Dome- con 3: Echoes Staff 1, 4: Service Club 3: Student Council 1, 2: Class Soclnl Committee 1, 2, 3. Northwestern Betty Schwarm Soccer 3: Senior Orchestra 1. 25 Senior Music Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2: Health Council 39 Service Club 4: Lens Club 3. Undecided Edgar Scott Evanston High School. University of Kentucky Lillian Scott Baseball 2: Hockey 3: Glee Club 4: Opera 4: Domecon Club 3, 4: Commercial Club -lg Student Council 1. Lake Forest William Carver Sellery Freshman-Sophomore Football 1. 2: Football 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Swimming 2: Intramural Cham- pions of Swimming 3: Water Polo 3: Glee Club 23 Band 2: Health Council 1, 2, 35 Presl- dent 3. Cornell Martin Arthur Sensendorf Lightweight Ba sketba ll 4: Baseball 2, 43 Liglltwcipght Bus-, ketball School Champions 3. Undecided Olin Charles Sethness Water Polo Intramural Cham- pions 3: Glee Club J, 2, 3, -lg Secretary -1: Senior Music Club 2, 3, 4: Treasurer' 43 N. T. Octet 3, 4: Dramatic Club -1: Opera 1, 4g Gavel Club 1, 2, 3: Debating Team 2: Sports Club 4: Ilealth Council 1, 2: Honor Group 1. 2, 3: Rifle Club: Honor Society 4. Wesleyan Robert Charles Shahino Intramural Swimming Cham- pions 3: German Club 2, 3, 4: Ride Club 3: Sports Club 4: Rodeo- Club 2, 3. -lg Vice-President 3, elf German Play 3. Illinois sux? .-+C, . ...M ,. .. l l 3 l 5 Q E 2 2 5 5 S N r I John Von Stager Shank Spanish Club 23- Science Club 13 Stamp Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Purdue James Shanken Sports Club 3, 4g St. Louis, Mo., 1, 2. Northwestern Yetive Schapiro Service Club 3, 4g French Club 2: Domccon Club 2, 3: Commer- cial Club 2. Louise Blend Shepard Hockey 1, '29 Gl'rl's C'lub Social Committee 4: Representative 3: G. A. A. 2, 3, 49 Social Repre- sentative 2. Northwestern Ronald John Sheperd 1 ' West Ham. London, England, 1, 2, 3: Honorable Mention Honor Society -1. Northwestern Simty-Five William Powell Sherman Featherweight Basketball 21 Junior Orchestra 1, 2: Senior Or- chestra 3, 4. Undecided Claire Simon Swimming 1, 3. 4: Class Man- ager 4: Soccer 3: Junior Music Club 2, 3. 4: Social Chainuan 4: Probatlonnry Member Dramatic Club 4: The Mantuan 4: French Club 4: G, A, A. 2. Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Student 'ouncll 3: Leaders 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 4. Gaucher Charles Simpson S . Berkely High School. Califor- nia, 4. Margel Christine Small Senlor Music Club 4: Play 4: Dramatic Club Probatiouary Mom- ber 4: French Club 3: Girls' Club Representative 4: Health Coun- cilor 3: Germantown High 1. 2. Northwestern Barton Smith Gavel Club 4: Echoes Stai 4: Forensic Board 4. W iscon sin Sing-Sir x9 ,....,..l-....,,..,..........M....,.... ...1,...-..- :V ,,,,. ,,..-,....-.. ' X Evelyn M. Smith Junior Music Club 1. 2: Senior Music Club 4: Senior Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 4: Domecon Club 4: Service Club 4. St. Francis Hospital Willett Jeannette Smith Commercial Club 1, 4: Dome- con Club 4. Undecided Austin Smithers Ride Club 2 : North Shore Coun- try Day 1. Illinois Marjorie Ann Smythe Basketball 3: Track 2: Tum- bling 2: Basketball Second 1, 2, 4: Hockey Second 2. 3, 4: G. A. A, 2, Il. 4: Vice-President 4: N. T, G. A. A, 3, 4: Domecon 3, 4: President 4: Lens Club 4: Echoes Staff 4. Dennison Jane Sowers Stamp Club 1: Service Club 3, 4: Domecon 3: Lens Club 4: Echoes Staff 4: Leaders Gym 1, 2, 3, 4. Northwestern Charlotte Spegal Hockey 4: French Club 3, 4: gleglth Council 4: Service Club ., . North Park Pauline Madeline Spiegel Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2. 3: Captain 1, 2: Tumbling 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Swimming 3: Life Saving 1: Domecon 2, 3, 4: Social Chairman 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Councll 2: Inter- Club Board 4: T. N. T, 3, -1: Sec- retary ot Clnss 1: Echoes Stuff 4: Vice-President G. A. A, 3: N. T. G. A, A, 3, 4: Star 3: Secre- tary Girls' Club -lg Friendly Com' mittee 2, 3. Knox School For Girls Betty Cecilia Spillane Baseball Champions 3: Buse- ball 3: Basketball 4: Student Council 3: Malllnchrodt lllgh School 1, 2, - Undecided Polly Spooner Hockey 3, 4: Tumbling 3: French Club 2. 3. 4: Chess Club 1, 2, 3: Lenders' Corps 1, 2, 3, 4. Connecticut Virginia Frances Sprague Baseball Champions 1: Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Junior Music Club 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Opera 2, 4: Service Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Echoes Stuff 43 llenlth Council 2. Grinnell me , x W -s,,,,. . . WJ... . L... ...Y ,,,, -AY ,N IRQ Esther Jane Springer Soccer 2. 3. 4: Christmas Can- tata 1, 2: G. A, A. 2, 3, 4: Echoes Staff 4: Health Council 1. Stephens Marjorie Kathryn Stanton 1 Euskctball 3, 4: Mallinckrodt Northwestern Q I Raymond James Steffens 0 Basketball 3: Student Council Notre Dame George Teall Stewart Aquinas Institute of Rochester, New York, 1, 2, 3. Undecided Agnes Mae Slickrath Soccer 3, 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Commercial Club 3, 4. Undecided Sia-ty-Seven Richard Streeter Swimming 2, 3: Tennis Mana- ger 3: Sports Club 3. 4: Barnett Bird Second Prize 2: Evanston High School 1. U. S. Naval Academy Allen Parker Stults Basketball 4: Lightweight Foot- ball Champions 1: School Base- ball Champlons 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Band 1, 2: Opera 1 : Trl-Ship Representative 2. Illinois William A. Sundlof Truck 2, 3, 4, Letter 3: Glee Club 4: 'Christmas Cantata 4: Trl-Ship Secretary 4: Represen- tative 2, 3: Inter Club Board 4: News Flashes 4: Echoes Staif 43 Social Representative 4: Ushers' Corps 4: T. N. T. 4. M. I. T. Rosemary Swanson Commercial Club 3, 4: Domecon 1, 2, Undecided Mary Swiston Washburn High School, Wash- burn, Wis., 3. - Stout Institute S-ircty-Eiyld 5, Z l 5 551 x E i - , l ' 'C 5 ll fill 5, N V Mary Jeanne Tnnsill Advisor Room llockcy Cham- pions 3: Second Team Hockey 2: Glee Club 3: Senior Music Club 3. 4: Secretary 4: Student Coun- cil 3, Vice-President 3: Inter- Club Board 4: Social Committee 2, 3: Echoes Typing Stalf 3, 4: Editor 4: Lens Club 3: Chairman Social Committee Girls' Club 4: fasndena, California, 2: T. N. T. Leland Stanford Helen Catherine Thalman Commercial Club 1, 2, 3: Serv- ice Club 4. I Undecided Ruth S. Tay , Baseball 2: Soccer 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2. 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Honor Roll 3, 4. Beloit Everett Thiel Baud 4 I Glee Club 4 : Rltle Club 4: Science Club 4: Curl Scllurz 1, 2, 3. Illinois Eugene Park Thoms Football 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2: Basketball 4: Intramural Volley Ball 3: Water Polo 3: Swimming 2, 3: Student Council 1: Trl-Ship Representative 3. Purdue John Holbrooke Thomson Student Council 1: Science Club 1: Treasurer ZZ: Tri-Ship Repre- sentative 3: Information Desk 4. Princeton Chester Arthur Thorsen Football 3, 4. Letter 4: Fresh- man-Sophomore Football 2: Fresh- man-Sophomore Basketball 1, 2: Tri-Ship Representative 4. Northwestern Dentnl School Susan Elizabeth Turney Intramural Chzunpions Baseball 2: Intramural Soccer Chaun.pi0ns 3: Soccer 1, 2, 3. 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Truck 1. 2: Student Council 3: Inter-Club Board 4: Health Council 1: Album and Typing Stnft Echoes 4: Friendly Commit- tee of Girls' Club 3, 4: Chnirnmn 4: Girls' Club Representative 3: T. N. T. 4. University of Chicago Philip Ernest Von Ammon Dramatic Club 2, 3. 4: Mun- tuan 4: German Club Ilonor So- ciety. Undecided Arno Von Reins berg Undecided ms , X W i X , Q Xxx Daniel P. Wachs Freshman-Sophomore Football 2: Trl-Ship Club lleprcsentntive 4: Football Manager 1. Wa bush Louise Wagner -Advisor Room Soccer Cham- pions 4: Soccer 4: Basketball 4: Swimming 4: G. A, A, 2, 3, 4g Junior Orchestra 1: Senior Or- CUPSUW1 2- 3, 4: Junior Music Club 2: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Play 3: Drnnintic 'Club 3, 4: Honor Group 1, 2, 3: Service Club 4. Undecided John Robert Walgren Volley Ball 3: Water Polo 3: Band 2, 3: Sports Club 4: Lens Club 3: Gavel Club 2: Honor Group 3. Vndecided John Martin Warren Undecided Anita Jane Watson Soccer Champions 4: Soccer Team 4: G. A. A. 3. 4: Senior Music Club 3, 4: Junior Music Club 1, 2: French Club 2, 3, 4: Stomp Club 3: llonor Roll 1: Manager of Soccer 4. N orfhwestern Siavty-Nin.c Dan R. Wax Heuvyweiglit Football 4: Ad- vertising Echoes 1, 3. Northwestern Harriette Elizabeth Webster Hockey 2, 3, 4: Gil-l's Club Friendly 'Committee 2: Financial Committee 1, 3: Student Connell 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, -1: Service Club Treasurer 3: French Club 2, 3: Class Social Committee 1, 2 : News Flashes 4: Echoes Staff 3, 4: Leaders Corps 1. 2, 3: T. N. T. 4. Connecticut College Gordon Wehrly Steele of Dayton, Ohio. Ohio Wesleyan Frank J. Wenter Varsity Football 4: Numerals 4: Rifle Club: Social Connnittee 3: Special Vsher -l. Duke University James Roy West Liglitvveiglit Basketball 3, 4: Letter 3, 4: Lightweight Football Coach -1: Fresiiman-Sophomore 2: Trl-Ship Chairman Dinner Com- mittee 3: Chairman Club Room 4: T. N. T. 3. 4: Assistant Mun- ager Basketball 2: Social Repre- sentative 2, 3: Sports Club 2: Vice-President 2: Cheer Lender 32 Champaign High School 1. Undecided Sen 11111 we 1 fli- -.-B.,-vw.-...,...-,.,.-wt was .s,fo...:e. .-. f A 1 A K . 2 5 l . , E 5 l 1 i 1 3 : l l l . . A ,, L 1 ... 2-,W - 1. an' 'en Frances Whitman Senior Music Club 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, -1: Honor Group 2. Connecticut Elizabeth Whitney Martha Irene Wilen Soccer 1, 3: Baseball 1: Honor Group 1. 2, 3: Health Council 3, -l: G. A. A. 1. 2. 3: Honor SP- ciety 4. Northwestern ,pI ' Q I.. , ,Try Y . ,lv- wi My William Williams German Club 3, 4: Leaders Corps 1, 2. Cornell Dorothy Winzenberg Cbrlstmas Concert 1, 2, 3: Honor Group 1, 2. 3: Service Club -1: llonor Society 4. Northwestern Frederic Elliott Witt Swimming 3. 4g Letter 4: Freslunan-Sophomore Football 2: Intramural Chaunpions Football 2: Baseball 3: Echoes Staff 4: Information Desk 4: Oak Park Illgh 1: Honor Society 4. Purdue George Dorr Wolf, Jr. Football 3, 43 Letter 4: Swim- ming 3: Volley Ball 3: Water Polo 35 Rifle Club 2, 3. Northwestern Ruth Ann Wolter Hockey 4 g German Club 4 : Marywood, Evanston, 2 : St. Mai-y's, Knoxville, 1. Normal College A. G. U., Indianapolis, Ind. John Arthur Woodhead, Jr. Q , ew Robert B. Woods Northwestern 2 3 i ! . l E E s ' ! E s s ! l Barton Wright ? Oak Park 1, 2. Undecided E , a 5 5 1 3 5 . 3 3 3 , g i 5 2 5 Jane Yost Soccer 2, 3, 4: Tumbling 2, 3: Christmas Cantata 1: Girl's Club E 2 l 5 Alternate 4g Class Social Com- mittee 1: G, A. A. 2, 3, 4: N. T. . G. A. A. 3, 4: Echoes Stott' -lg News Flashes 4, i E 5 2 5 V Sweet Briar , .. L l Q I ' 3 , E ' 2 Robert Samuel Youngberg Lightweight Football 1: Band Q 2 1, 2, 3: Science Club 1: Geology Club 2: Rifle Club 2: Information E Desk 4. E ' 5 Undecided Q E 5 1 5 5 l ' T 3 5 W 5 America Beretta Q - I , Centerville High School, Iowa. L ., WMM. , m,N,,,,,,,.n.,....... Undecided wi' ' me .ill Elizabeth Browning Edward Frankel Baseball Manager 2. 3, 4: Lot- ter 4: Junior Swimming 1, 2: In- tramural Lightweight Champions 1: Band 1, 2, 3: Senior Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Triship Representative 1, 29 Sports Club 3. 45 German 'Club 2,-3: Echoes Staff 4: Publicity Manager 4. Annapolis John W. Howe Freshman-Sophonmre Football 1, 25 Track 2: Numerals 23 Var- sity Football 4: Letter 4: Dra- matic Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Players 2. 3. 4: Radio Club 29 Student Council 23 Circulation Manager of Echoes 4. Annapolis Virginia Jenkins Llewellyn Jones Seventy-Taco s l 5. 3 ? 5 if 5 E 5 ! l v 1 fi 4 N I K N ale Margaret Ellen Knight Hockey 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2 French Club 41 Basketball 3 Domccon 2, 4: Lens Club 3, 4 Student Council 2. A Pine Manor Peggy Knight Helen Leavitt Stanley Marwick Lucille McCalmon Jane Metz A p n Y ,nc, cnc, 2 4 1 X99 5 L I l E 5 1 I 2 s r Q i S 5 f 5 1 i i 1 9 S 2 2 5 5 4 I 1 1 i 'N f Nancy Nordorf llonlth Councilor. 1'x'vshytv1'ian llospltnl Guy Robbins Tl'i'ShiD Award -lg Barnett Fivivs Prize 4. Leah Shanken Julia Schaefer Dudley Steen Seventy-Three TI-IE LEGEND OF '3I Lols GOLDSTEIN Once upon a time long ago, as all fairy tales go, four hundred girls and boys cast away theirltoys and to the Palace of Learning came, for very wide spread was its fame. There his majesty, King Clerk, and assistants of all work Duke Kahler the Great and his pa'rtner in fate Duchess Packer so royal and the courtiers who toil welcomed the pages who hoped to be sages and the ladies- in-waiting 'who 'most always were dating. A triangle each morn took the place of a horn and assembled them all in the palace's hall. Three notes it did sound with mean- ing profoundlof scholastic results, athletic tumults, and all the activities found in these cities. At the end of one noon that passed all too, soon these young people chose one in whom to repose the cares of the mass. President of the class was famous Chick Kremer the courtly declaimer. Assistant,Sally Kriebel and Scribe Polly Spiegel planned two lovely balls while Heitmau paced the halls looking for the dough with which tonmake them go, with the help of Lady Shaw and Loird Herron's mighty law the ladies and pageslreceived their due wages of honest effort on cards of report. For the court's pleasure a veritable treasure of talent was found. The palace did resound with the praise of two great plays. For their second happy year in the palace of New Trier 'the guardian courtiers true did their work again renew. For leaders they elected john Barden who protected the honor .and the fame and jean Lindstrom did the same. Ruth Offner kept the reco'rd while the gold did Oakley hoard. In the pleasant fall, the pages did forsake the hall and o'er rival pages wield victory onthe foot- ball field. For ladies- it was much the same tho theytplayed many another game. A great new hall with-in the palace wall was Set enty Four I l built for these and other things that pleaseg again they gave some lovely plays. Some found more music in the phrase of old De- mosthenes while others did Apollo please. But nearly all enjoyed the 'ball with Lady Hurst and Lord Grinnell the year did pass full pleasing well. The ladies and pages returned tho much they had already learned, for now they welre older and seemed to be bolder. For leader Fred Lind was the choice and 'all the coufrt did rejoice. Mary Ellen Boozer, assistant they did chooseI'er, fair Efliie James was scribe while jack of Great Hicks' tribe was keeper of finance. And at thejdance, which really was a ball, these noble four did lead them all. The trianlgles notes were again struck and I guess it was more their luck that both lady land page had found the courage to be worthy of earning a place in the palace of Learning. In the Spring by solemn court decree twelve were honored by the badge of T. N. 'T. In sports and every-thing they did excel and every foe rival palace did repel. ' For the last year atl Palace Trier Lord VVindoes and Lady Maloney guidedthe perilous destiny. George Ogan was chosen the president and a veryi busy year was spent. Sally Clark was assistant and very persistent in making her class allfthe others surpass. Va. Reitheimer wrote the minutes and vote. Dorrance Nygaard kept the class treasure which was not without measure. Under Marquise Vlfright, the ladies so bright gave a wond'rous fair. Every one wasthere. The pages great in every sport were now the admiration of the court. As did the Five and seventy in Lady Cotton's sovereignty who gave an opera grand known thru- out the land. Forty ladies and pages were awarded the title of sages and twelve the ddgree of the honored T. N. T. Solemn music was sounded and the palace resounded as si- lently all walked up the hall and greatly delighted by King Brown they were knighted. Their fairy tale goes, as every zone knows, that in parting, rejoicing, and laughteir the class of '31 live happily ever after. SC1TClfl Iv 0 I TER ATIO AL HOURLY JUNE 1, 1951 MRS. WACHS SUES FOR DIVORCE The most sensational divorce case in years opened this morning. .lung Yost Wat-hs is suing.: Dan Wnchs. prominent business man of this city, for divorce. She elim-ges Miss Virginia Rietheinier with alienation of ulfectious. Gloowll The wise is being tried in Judge I.ind's court. The lawyer for the defense is Betty Buckott: Mrs. Waclis ls repre- sented hy Churlcs Kremer. The final jury chosen consists of Robcrt Living- ston. Thelma Kollie, antique collector: IfllHll'j'Il BICIf2lj', stenogrnphor: Walter Mot-hler. president of Gritzbnugh Ruh- bor Co.: Emily .lane Mullen. modiste: Ray Noumnn, specialist in pastries: Ruth Phelps. rnanuoquin: Joseph Bezdek, prominent florist: Ross Blaylock. chem- ist: Donald Cornell, banker: Winifrcd Lunquist, secrl-t:u'y, and Lucille Luttcr, telephone operator, Mrs. Wuchs was first sworn in by Clerk .lumes Srhnur. The court was declared in recess by Judge Lind to give the jurors fl chance to retire. It will convene again nt ten o'clock Monday when the trial will be IJl"0:ldC2lst ovor station WOP. Dorothy Hunt. Miss Rieflloinlt-r's maid. Dale Grltiin. Mr. Wuclrs sn-crotau-3': Jnmes Aldsdorf. owner of the llot Spot Night Club. and Fl'2lllCt'S Lutz. the host- oss. will givu al skit over XVOI' tonight. The seem- is rumored to have In-en vn- alcrvd lN3tll'1'0ll Mr. Wuchs and Miss Ille- thoimer. PLAYFUL EDUCATION HOLDS CONFERENCE The twelfth annual tenchei-'s convon- tlou of the Eugene Berg Playful Educa- tion Union meot today at the Burgess Hotol. Dorothy Clnvey was speaker of the day. The convention this your is try- ing out a new plain. In order to show their powers of concentration and to speed up the convention, six prominent teucliors speak at once. Miss Helen '1'holmz1n. well-known kindergarten teach- er, and Dorotihy Miller ure to give il de- bate. Margel Small. Mau-y Melvin, and Mary June Mess are to give fl play ln French, Spanish, and Latin respectively, :md Ray Davis ls to illusirnto how he teaches his school of l"lu-erleuding, Mlss Nellie Cults will preside. Among the prominent educators who are attending the convention ure Amor- lco Berrvlai, flflllllllllll' school principal: Joseph Berol. who has just graduated from college: Rose Faucvtt. Kendal Gm-- retson. Edith Gwen: Profs. .launes Ivor- son of Linduhl's Swhool for the Denf. Ednn Loomis of McNnmno's Mons Col- lege, Alice Sandburg. nursery school teaclier, and Malrilm Wllen :ind Goorgo Wolf of ll'olter's Correspondence School. Mr. Robert Hughes has just completed rl beautiful portrait of tho charming Mrs. Jayne llnrdwick Ogun. wife of the Pros- ideut, lt is to hung in the White Ilouse Gallery. Seventy-Sis: .- S. S. NEW TRIER CRASHES AT LIGHT HOUSE The S. S. New Trier was christened yesterday by Miss Harriet Sandburg and left for Australia in the evening. Ad- miral Gnzlay was in command. Early this morning Dick Buck. radio operator. sent out an S. 0. S, us the ship had crushed into the rocks due to the negli- gence of Patsy Boylston, the lighthouse keeper. who was so engrossed in "The 'Preutlsc on Routine" by Eliot Witt that she forgot to turn on the light. Vic- oria Diolmall, ambassador to Australia, and hc-r secretury, Rosemary Swanson: Alice Ilillinger, prominent sportswoman, :md Sally Clark, Parisian modiste, were among those rescued by the pi-ivnte Zep- peli'n of Charles Cotiiu. ELVIN, SPRAGUE SCORE TRIUMPH IN NEW OPERA Last night the world .premier of "The Ring Around the Star" was given ln the old Chicago Opera llouse. Arian D0- lnndei' conducted. The skillful concert- meister, Miss Louis Wagner. played the solo numbers very brilliantly. Miss Au- geliue Maisrrovitch has done :lu excel- lent piece of work in this her third opera. Miss Ileleu Brntsvlil wrote the llbretto. Miss Emestiuo Brehrens and Miss Virginia Sprague interpreted the very difficult music with skill while Mr. Thomas Elvin colored the whole perform- ance witlx his rich tenor. Two orchestra membors, Miss Elizabeth Schwarm and Mr. Ralph Kline. played a duct between the tirst and second acts. Society was well represented by Mr. and Mrs. John Lampe, Miss Betty Ketchum, during nvintrix. her numerous admirers. Messrs. Howard Barritt. H014 lis Gloasou. John Woodhend. and Dr. .lohn Gordon. Sven in the golden horse- shoe were Misses Marjory Hacker. Edna Hummer, und Messrs. .lohn Laing. Alex- ander Logun, Donald M1-lntyre, and Mr. Phil 0'l"one-ll and his charming wife Virginia. WEATHER REPORT Monday. June 1, 1981-Metl-orologist Saxton. Fair tonight :ind warmer, possibly glacial slides. YORKTOWN CRICKETS LOSE FIRST GAME The Yorktown Crickets, newly organ- ized professional baseball tenm. lost its first game today 27 to T. The team ,is composed of Felix Bulnk. Frank Belmont. Hernando Guigil. 'Clark Gapen. Ernest Enchclmeyer. Henry Bender, Adam Ber- nnx-di, Bradford Flke. and Iflurvey Klun- der. The team is owned by Oakley Jenks. alemite expert, Manager Phil Hamilton refused to be photogruphed after the defeat hut his cliarxnlng wife. June Orr Hamilton. grac- iously consented. WORLD COURT DEMANDS S900,000,000,000 FROM SUNDLOF George Browning 1Foroign Corre- spoudeutl -Chief Justice Sully Krlebel. the lirst woman to enter the World Court, has just rendered decision favorable to Wm. Sherman. dictator of Iceland. who is to receive S900,000.000,000 from Wm. A. Sundlof. the foremost belligerent of Madagascar. who instructed his airplane army commander. George Schopon, to bomb It-elund. The nalace which Jack Thompson has just built was destroyed, including the priceless portrait of Betty Spillane painted by Ralph Dillon. Thelma Hnyskar. .press-1'eporter, was able through the activities of Detectives Blossom Ro- senthal and Jane Sowers, to obtain cor- respondence of Miss Krlehel's secretary Mary Melvin and Mr. Sundlofs private secretary Miss Tansill. Mr. Alan Robe lnson. nssoclate justice. has written a R5 volume hook on this decision which will be reviewed by Mrs. Louise Shep- ard France in the next issue of the paper. BARDEN, BOYLSTON TIE IN CHICAGO MAYOR RACE The tinnl vote in the m:1yoralIty race was Crawford 444,999,873 Burden 444,- DDSLST9. Hooker 174. th-orge Boylston, hacked by Labor and their lndefatigahlq chief, E. John Hicks. und his press agent, Mary E. Boozer Hicks. and .lohn Burden. the capitalist candidate, must now iight for the 174 members 01' Hook- c-r's party as there was 10093 voting. Arno Von Relnsberg. president of the Barclay Jones Rubber Bund Co.. Robert Byrne of the Freeman Flreless Furnace Faction. and John Warren of the Lluk Bros. Energetic Atom Assn., controlling 5171 of the Nntion's Pnpiml. will make n lust desperate jight for Burden who opposes the two-hour working.: day. MARATHON REACHES SEVENTY-SIXTH YEAR The world champion talking marathon now going on at Burrenbruggesville. the great We-stern metropolis. which is named after its plxilnnthropist founder. has reached its seventy-sixth light Year. The team of Jerome Straus and Ruth Jackson appear to have the best chance of winning. Ruth has been talking steadily for seventy-five of the light years. Jerome saving himself for the last struggle, and incidentally Jerome has been saving himself for this sluce his graduation in 1931 from high school. Josephine Johnston and Bob Shublno ure running close to the lenders. Judge Wil- lard Kus and time-keeper George Stuart are in constant argument over the IIC- cumcy of their wwltvlies. Kus owning a Thorson Speoiul. und Stuart :1 Henry Anderson, Page 2 I N TERNATIONAL HOUR LY YOU CAN HAVE A NEW-FACE The New-Face Beauty Parlor. owned and- operated by the famous pulchritude critics: Davi Lott. Eugene Mancinelli, and ll m. Morgan, Jr., have installed the Marlon Nettleman Nose-Modeling method which has been successfully tried on the following screen, radio vision, und stage stars: Daisy Barrett, June Nordstrom, Marlon Condy. Garland Foscue, John Clhapxnnu, Betty Garner, Jean Meek, Don helson, Cris. Irwin, and the famous comedian. Marjorie Mergenthaler, and Ule singing Itomeo, Bob Kirtland. Miss Portis will manicure your nails to match every gow-n. CZAR PHILIP CONSIDERS NEW MODES OF TRANSPORTATION Henry Schaniler lReporterl Czar Philip I of the Russian Empire wnsvrecently entertained at his palace at X-on Ammongrud by the court fools. Jack Dllrhilm. Royal Martin, and Her- bert Otten. Betty Houren. first woman fire Chief, and Ada Peterson. .police com- missioner of Russia. have been in con- ference wlth Philip concerning new modes of transportation. which are hearrllr Opposed by his majesty's car salesman, Hugo Hartman. ANTI-MAKEUP LEAGUE MEETS The Anti-Makeup League has been con- ducting a series of world-wide lectures. The ofiicers are: Gertrude McAdam, Jac- queline Barnett, Jacqueline Sangor, Lil- lign Scott. Mr. Russell Luce and Mr. Wm. Healy will be guests of honor at their monthly meeting. Their' bill will he presented to congress by Senator Robert Woods. HOPPERS PASS PHILIPPINES James Shanken and Daniel Wax. who are seeking to lower the balloon hopping record around the world, are reported to have been seen hopping over the Philip' pines by their Manager Arthur Ander- son. The former record of three months was set by Wayne Blonkshlne and Roh- ert Youngberg in 1946. SOCIAL REGISTER NOW PUBLISHED Social Blue Book of the World has just been re'eased from the press. This year it has been compiled by Martha .lane Forman, It is larger than ever before. containing forty names. These include the social elite of this planet. The com- .plete social register of the Solar System will be published shortly by the Sensen- dorf Publishing company. Mary Jane Mess and Wayne Blanksheim will colab- orate with Miss Forman in producing this greatest of modern achievements. Ruth Becker, the wor1d's most famous hostess. says that it will be the most priceless boon of the modern housewife. ENGLAND MODIFIES SPELLING Edward Blomeyer. London. England. Prime Minister Ronald Shepard has recently passed a bill demanding modliied spelling. This met with the great ap- proval of the Kin: and the charming Queen. who was Miss Jean Lindstrom of Illinois, U. S. A. Ambassador A. E. Stultz reports wild rejoicing throughout CUTLER ESTATE AUCTIONED On ,last Tuesday the firm of Kenton- and Henderson. appraisers. announced that the Gordon Cutler estate would be auctioned. Mr. Cutlel"s creditors are hopind to realize 10 million dollars. Uponjthe opening of the doors at ten o'clock the large crowd rushed ln. Sev- eral pgeople were injured including Har- riet lpllard and Jean Robinson. The anctio was taken charge of by David Davis? The famous portrait of Elizabeth Ronan: painted by Agnes Stickrath. was bought! by Gordon nuff fm- S50,990. A landschpe by Fanny Brown and another by Helen Obermeler were bought by Dor- othy Graham. The'Cutler library. which included the Cynthia Richards' collection of Byron first editions and the Marion Popper col- lection of presidential personal letters were bourht by anxious purchasers: namel,. Winfield Rogers and Francis Runnifldt. Ral h Putman was found in the kitchen samplihg the contents of a Prussing re- frlgeraftor. Policeman Harry Richards reminded him that the vegetables were not being auctioned. GOLD TIMES PROPHESIED As a sign of returning good times Hugh Middleton. president of the Altman Can Co.. and member of the board of directors of the O'Flaherty Pill Co.. is- sued 11 statement today. Mr, Middleton clearly proves through figures gathered by B. Augdahl, International's statistic- ian. tint. the period of depression is nearly! over. The statement was given to thel press by Miss Helen Parsons, Mr. Mlddleton's secretary. l Boox REVIEW ' POLITICAL POMPOSITY By Amy Clagett flleviewed by Harriette Webster-J This book deals with the recent pur- chase of Nicaragua by the United States. The pi-ivute letters of Foreign Minister Robert Youngberg to the traitorous Wil- liam Fovington of Nicarngna reprinted here through the courtesy of his sister- in-law Mnrgeret Richards. show that the Secretory of the Treasury Iven Flor- sheim. received fl bribe of 252.000.000- 000.000 from Arthur Anderson, nmll street broker. This book is written in a very modern style, being modeled after Homes Epics, It proves most fascinating reading' be- cause it reveals the private life of the world's foremost citizens. Only Miss Clagett could have written this book. because lt shows a great knowledge of other people's affairs. This issue of the paper has been pub- lishedxln its entirety to give the people of the! world st summary of the impor- tant 'happenings of the World. It deals with the leading political. athletic. and social jevents of the universe. Its aim is to publish the news which will interest the greatest number of people. the news whichlwill do the most to promote good feeling between the people of the earth. and the news which records the really important events in .present day history. We submit this issue as a model of the type 'which we expect to continue PHILANTHROPY CLUB AIDS HOMELESS CATS At the last meeting of the Barbara Ballenger club for Philanthropy. the president Alice Conhaim, appointed a committee of Mary Swiston, Jane Ger- ringer, and Grace Horky to investigate the possibility of a home for homeless cats in response to n letter depicting their sud condition, written to the club by Phyllis Brown. Caroline Schwarm and Mae Lyon were appointed to take care of the publicity for the .program to be presented next Thursday. This program will include the following speeches: Ruth Olfner on "The Necessity of Athelsmf' "Gardens: An Emotional Stimulus" by Lois I-Innawalt, and "The Chlldren's Hour" by Ruth McCon- naughey. COMEE LEAVES FOR NEW HOME IN LITTLE AMERICA The world's archery champions, Con- nie Addenbrook Comee and Lowell 'Comee, have recently built their new home. in Little America, which they have called Archer's Paradise. They are to be escorted to Little America by the United States Navy Commander Paul Jones with three vice-admlrals John Shank. Tom Carson, and Everett Thiel. Mrs. Fuller iEthe1 Andersonj, The Nosey Note-Taker of the International staff, and Miss Florence Anderson, head of the Camp Fire Girls, will spend a few weeks with the Conxees. returning on the private yacht of Norman Bruedigan. EARTH STILL FLAT, SAYS STREETER .The religious Conference held ln Zion City wus presided over by a faithful disciple of the Great Vollva. the Rev. Richard Streeter, who eloquently rea- soned Q?J that the earth is flat. The famous Evangelist, Virginia Pl'9St0ll, spoke for five hours, leaving little time for the Revs. Wm. Nelson and Robert Hutchings of the Bahai Temple. Sister Jane Norman regaled the conference with readings from her recent autobiography, and Sister Mary C. Gleason closed the meeting with a hymn. NOTICE! It has been brought to the attention of the staff of this .paper that a school model. both in fact and in princi- ple. has been in operation for over three years in Winnetka, Illinois, U. S. A. This school has been noted for its pro- gressiveness for the past quarter of a century and has incorporated in its new program the best qualities of each of the progressive schools in the country. Some of the better features are the stu- dent election of the faculty, individual class rooms. the serving of soup every morning, and ten each afternoon. The school is willing' to share its plans and experience with any other school or other educational organization. Address, New Trier High School, Winnetka. Illl- the island. through the next decade. nois. U. S, A. l l l Seventy-Seven l INTERNATIONAL HOURLY P3ge3 PROMINENT MEN IN AIR- RADIOVISION HEITMAN-HEFFNER CIRCUS CRASH ' .00- .5 .30-S1-tlting up exercises-Lois DRAWS RECORD CROWD Early last evening the Niary Alle ,lo dstftin- Th - Cochran plane crashed at the home oi' 130' 0100-Pima by Greaves clock' ous FIeT,:g1Ial3ETlepd5e1g,fe?'rll:Z2T?g1?sottodllge ffalcle Frances Whitman. famous equestrian. Helen Hodgklns- last night The owners should bepcon- Mr. Lawrence Leviton, president of the 00' 6 30-Phofogmphing Of m0f'DiUS gratulated. upuu their success due no Martin Johnson Air-Service, and Earl ,. P"P0"-Robert f'01'd0U- d b - ' Li , 30- .00-MB kf C , h ou t to the Jovial personality of the ngle. plane designer in this same com- - 4 - P08 Rst onceit, t rough famous achtsn an D , V pany were injured as well as il - COUYYOSV Of S011SPHd01'f y I ' Olmnce ' ygaard' ' 1 v D Oth - who presided as the Barker Christina Und and Bob Walgreen. They bgeukfast food - Barton The world's superb tight 'rope walker were rushed to the Wm. Conover Hospl- M right' Ed Moore received great ovation ' tal which was donated by Katherine 00' 7530-Breakfast decorations - ' ' I An interesting spectacle was that of Benson in honor of the famous arche- . Th?0d0"e Buck- me HFM Iundyn fJaue Ludwig, buying oiogist William Williams, and are being 30- S-00-Gaming weight for 11 fash- popc0,.n from Ham, Peters attended by the well-known doctors, Ma- 'Unable ngure Geraldine The ring attractions deserve consider- 'ion Pomeroy and warren Schroeder- and Eddplgton' able praise Jolhn Conle gave an as- the famous Wapmlrses- Gefffllde I-Yun zoo' S 30-Mens slyleS'J0hu Brem' toundlng demonstration ost his strength and Mem Miner' The two Wimess'-is to . eg' . - and skill when he held the dancer Lucia the tragedy were Frank Gordon- basket- -30' 9 :OU-W Omen S Styles-Ad0""de Pen-io on his hand Frank wearer dis- bfm coach 'tt Vassar' and Mr- Louis .00 9.30,-fgfanknni . E , played his disregard for the jungle cat kqpg' chailgpugn nag'p0le'Sg5tgx1' h ,. i ' ' ' Thtiiis S uae' - u fs Cue when he fearlessly subdued ten lions be- reifmc maui Vilas repom 3 E e U F' '30-10 -oo-sister 'dan e Q-'r n 0 da fore 9- thmlcd Crowd- COP W0 'Ol' an- ' ' Childs, Polly Spooner, Anuildded ani! uncipccted atltracfion lil- Becky Miner. WHS ' e prema ure S ower bat gven ' , , ,. 7 4 , " Jimmy Enright and Alf Peterson b an 50' '00-10'1'J-dgggfa, Itgalgizflriilg elepgant uqhich playfully mistook ayrow . , Humk. ' ' o 'Yre pals of water for one of its Pafglfggf Egan 1reHf:nd0fEg112?r Pg'-521316 LE- 115-10:30-ueauu our-Dr. Ben Phil- 'mme flim- D., bark! compiled a-Sglgolumfhidistionli -30.10 45-igfsgtllug cuuce,-t - Emu -"' ary. ey were assis e n s wor James. The . 4. V . -. - . - . u l x . 4 , , . . proposed ho Smoking amend- by the following Ruth Tny'.Libmrmn' 4-D-11 00"'RLQ'Pl'b-B-11535991 Whit' ment to the Constitution will be de- Margaret Blckham, Professor, Jack Mee, um - - . , , ,. , bated tonight at McDowell Hall. Mr. eminent physicist and expoundel Of fhl- 0011 1 -llox to hee ' ur husband Non-Matter Tlheory, and Lila Johnson, ' ' 0 ,-51155 Mug. iilonvnlp. Xigglihgggfg 3:5118 lgerglsgijllh Iggrfgg e 230-12 '00-Zoology-Kay Leary. ' W nee C es an ' ADVICE TO THHE LOVELORN -00- 1 '30-Luncheon concert-Evelyn W By Ma,-jo,-ie Stanton. Smith, Barton,Smith, Wll- I am n wealthy rcd-haired bachelor in ,30- f, O0-a9f,If:grSmix?5at Packers- 'NEVV TRIER WINS FOOTBALL lose with u bcsgltiful ghil who does not ' " u.n.gm.et'Giud51e ' TITLE d h i . 2 " I . ' ' , ' , , ' e re H r OW Cm Hgulffowui 00- 2130-223221 1 0 C i Nl l-31 fi F 5 I SeyX'hTrlexi wifi? U. preip slchgol foot- .-, . Q H ' - 131 amp onsx p. rinc pa - r e J' H DW your hair :30- 2 -lu-.la.p:1ncse vocal concert- -Kavanagh and the Deans. Ca!T'oEl?x?e MIS SIONARIES CIVILIZE NATIVES OF NENV PLANET A contingent of missionaries have just left for the ,planet which was recently discovered by Lowell Johnson. Guy Roh- bins, and Joel Dickinson. who was ac- companied by his courageous wife. the former Miss Dingle. Those leaving on the Kuppenheimer Sky Rocket are: Her- bert Lilly and Mrs. Ilope Carroll Lilly. Lloyd Hugenor, Austin Smlthe1's, and Lora Baughman, whose work in the Can- nibal Islands has been remarkable. They will introduce the Johanson-Phllbrick Automatic Razor, the Sarah Rossman Perpetual Nose Powderer and the Julian Peterson Non-Run Hose. PILLS ELIMINATE FOOD Dr, Waldemar Jones has just invented a concentrated food pill that eliminates the necessity of ever eating. These pills sold at the Joe Converse drug stores are ,outtlng the Yetive Home Bakeries in bankruptcy. "Take a Jones pill and you've had your fill," says buntam weight boxing champion Big Beef Selle-ry from Kalamazoo, Mich. WANT AD Experienced street cleaner' wants job. Call David Crawford. HA. .... MA.. . .. Ph. D .... LL. D .... L. ll. D .... F. R. S. Seventy-Eight Jean Hall. -lu-3 .00-Dance concert sponsored by 00- 30- 00- 30- 00- 30- 00- 30- 00- 30- 3 4 4 5 5 6 G 7 7 8 -.lack Frost Refrigerator- Claire Simon 'and Helene Adler. 230-Biography of Blossom Mor- ris, Dictator of Siam, by Dorothy McDer1nid - re- viewed by Gordon Wchrly. 00v"'l'l1c Blackmaik-r." a skit by Jean Duncan-Clark- Amelia J a c o b s, Grace Erickson, Ed. Dierks, Man- ager Henry Foster. 30-How to rear your children --Pauline Jones. 00-Poetry hour-Olin Seth- ness reads and interprets his verse. 30-Childrens hour - U n cl e Jack Kingery. 00-Reading of Holms-Ilanson Mystery Stories-Phyllis Fuermnn. 30-Mrs. Molly Mickey Car- ruthers speaking on' Rev. Locke Cill'l'l.ll'hGl'yS Idcal- ism. 00--Mannequin show - M a r y Agnes Melville. Virginia Nelson, Alberta May, Helen Larson, Hazel Kncppcrx and I-Iclcn Putt. 30-Concert by Kathryn Max- well accompanled by Beth Potter. :00-Way Buck When-Margu e- rite Casey. Schwarm Ilorsting and Mr. Wm. Horst- ting, were very much elated but did not give the students a holiday. in accord- ance with wishes of the school board. which consists of Ruth Allworth, Harold Baluff, and William Brackett. S . 00- S :30-Sports revicw-E u g c n e Nicholls. 30- 9 130-Prize tight-Carl Nordberg 30-10: vs. 'Charles Melcher, an- nounced by Dorothy Ris- ton. 30-Joseph Kraft Cheese hour -Miss Grace Johnson 5 lTiddlc-winks Expcrtl. 10 '30-11:00-Roy West, the new Spring- er-Winzenberg Collar Ad. 11:00-11:30-W0man's basketball game -Polly Spiegel, Charlotte Spiegel, Marjory Smythe, Florence Nelson, and Helen Ranney. 11 30-12 .30-Chuck Eastman's dance. -1 30- 1 :00--Morning frollc - Charles 1 1 00- 1 30- 2 00 Patterson, Sue Tarney, Ag- nes Jones. 30-Blues singer-Paul Gilbert B.A.. M.A., Ph.D., K.C.B., P.C.. D.C.D. 00-Mystic-M a 1' y Farrarlnl tSend in your favorite per- fume and the size of your shoes and your future will be read.l -Curfew-Courtesy of Edgar Scott Bells. 4:4 5 fain' Nw - fx Sl'l'1'l1f!l'xilIf9 i i Eighty I .llary Fouflcr President If ay French Secretary - i 1 .il Lind I' ice-Pres i el e n t Claude Hamilton Treasurer JUNIOR CLASS The Junior class has done its best this year to live up to the high stand- ards set for us by our predecessors. VVe have made a name for ourselves in scholarship, athletics, and all branches of school activities. Socially we have set a new mark. The first party was a Hallowe'en af- fair attended by almost the entire class. The girls asked the boys and the increase of those present was es- pecially noted. The biggest event of the year for us was the Junior Prom. The whole class co-operated to make it a big suc- cess. Both parties proved to be most successful and are indelibly stamped on our memories. During October the Class officers were elected. A new idea was adopt- ed in making a girl president instead of a boy. Albert Lind was chosen for vice-president, Katherine French for secretary and Claude Hamilton for treasurer. We Wish to express our apprecia- tion to our sponsors, hfliss Flentye and lVIr. Vernon, whose kind help and guidances have led us successfully through our Junior year. As Seniors, we hope to set an ex- ample for the rest of the school and to fill the place of the class leaving us this year. -NIARY FOWLER. I JUNIOR HONOR GROUP GRACE BARTLING! HELEN BOWVER BETTY DOSTAL MARGARET EBELILLYG MARGARET GOULIJ HELEN GREEN MARGARET KAHLFR JACINTA KAMPB'Il?IER KATHERIN E LIG HT BODY BERNICE LOEB LUCY M URDISON ELLEN SAGER JOSEPHINE SCHESSLER ELSIE XVADE R-'IARION WOLINSLEY CAROLINE YERKES JACK DE BEERS ARTHUR BOYAJIAN STEPHEN BROOKS GEORGE COLE JOHN DERNEI-IL GORDON RAY MILTON VORE ARTHUR WELDEN PAUL WILLIAMS E ighty-One Eighty-Two , l Bob White Preaiden t Dick Oliver Treasurer Joy Stover Vive-Presizlent Janet .McNulty Sec-rc-tary SOPHOMORE CLASS -Everybody thinks that the Sopho- more class of 1930-31 came out of the long struggle through the school year very fortunately. Our class has had the highest scholarship ranking of any other second year class on record. This is a record of which we are proud. In athletics we had several mem- bers of our group on varsity squads and some who starred in intramural teams of all kinds. The question of class parties was not left unsolved for we turned out two of the best. The one in the fall was a lively event hav- ing unusual entertanment and plenty of clever talent. The spring gather- ing was one of the most unique part- ies that had yet been giveng it was a yachting party and a novelty to be- hold, i ' Taking these points 'together we have the letters that spell a word typical of our class,-"SUCCESS" -Rosen VVHITE SOPI-IOMORE HONOR GROUP ROGER BARRETT . GRACE BECKETT JOHN BECKMAN EMMA BICKHAM LOUIS BIRDSALL ANNIE BOROVICKA WVILLIAM BREMER EILEEN BURKE ELSA CARLEN JANET CHATTEN MARY CHAVE DORA CRAXVFORD SYDNEY DATE CLINTON DENMON GRACE DRUMMOND DAVID EISENDRATH EDMUND FRAZER JUDITH Fox ETHEL GRAHL KATHERINE HANSCHEL VICTOR HANSON CATHERINE HEPRURNE CHARLES HOLMES JANE HORTON ED JOHNSON ED KAHLER CHARLES KNAPP ELEANOR KRESGE CHARLES LEONARD NIARGARET LOOMIS ILA IVICCLELLAND WALTER MERRILL NORMAN MODINE BARBARA MUNN CLYDE MURPHY WILLIAM N ORDBERG DICK OLIVER HELEN PARKER RICHARD PICKARD JEANETTE POST NANCY RUTLEDGE JEAN SCARRATT ED SCHMIDT STANTON SCHUMAN MARJORIE SENBOLD HELEN SHEPHARD VIRGINIA SMITH GRETE STANNING RICHARD STEEN JEAN STOUT VIRGINIA V AYVTER JACK VANDER VRIES CECILIA NVAGNER BEATRICE WASHBURNE HARRY WEEsE BARBARA XVILDER Eighty T711 ec Eighty-Four Philip Oguu President Alice Holloway Secretary Elizabeth Burden T'ice-Presizlcnt Alf Brow n. Treasurer THE F RESI-IMAN CLASS Our first year at New Trier has been completed. It was a year to which we long looked forward, and now that it has closed, we feel a dis- tinct success. The members of our class, although they have come from many different schools, have been formed into one compact group which is now the largest class in New Trier. Various members of the Freshman Class have participated eagerly in athletics and activities. VVe have been well represented on the Freshman- Sophomore football team and basket- ball team. A great many have com- peted in the intramural activities. The girls have been fully as success- ful in their athletic activities. The Freshman-Sophomore play "Seven- teen" was one of the best plays given this year and it had both girls and boys of our class in its cast. It is even a fact that several Freshmen are on the Echoes Staff which is quite a novelty in that organization's history. With the advice and help of the social committees and with the tire- less co-operation of Nliss Shaw and Mr. Herron, our two class parties were great successes. Both were well attended, and both offered many forms of entertainment. We feel that we have learned every phase of New Trier life. llflore than that, we have participated in every phase-a thing unusual in other be- ginning classes. We of the class of '34 are confident that, with this splen- did start, our Sophomore and follow- ing years shall even outshine this one through which we have just come. -PHILIP OGAN. 0 FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP VVILLIAM BOWEN BURRAGE FARVVELL' PETER GILBERT RICHARD HALL JOHN GRIFFITH VVILLIAM KATZ JAMES KINGERY JOHN BQIATHISON GEORGE IVIAXWEL CY NICIQINNON HARRY MINOR LOCKE ROGERS VERNON RUGEN DONALD VAIL RUTH ANDERSON L I I J I ELIZABETH BARDETT JANE BISBEE RUTH BRISTOL WILERED BLADES CAROLINE CALLOWAY RUTH COALE PATRICIA DAVIS ALICE EBELING GRACE ELLIS ALICE FREEMAN ESTHER HEARNE ALICE HOLLOWAY KATHLYN HOLXW'AY BEATRICE LEVINSON ETHEL MOE ANN MOSSER VIRGINIA IVIUNSTER GLADYS PANCOE BETTY RICH RUTH SAGER ELEANOR SHAPIRO FLORENTINE STRUBE GRETE VON REINSPERG CATHERINE WOODXVARD I 1 P I 2 AL, , fi, Eigll ty-Five ,Nuw .J ,LY 5 Nw- ,. ,ff E:f1JI2'ff,- ,, ' -C -x..,f-:- Is.- 'SPL -r Ifiylaty-Six . . . 1 fir. , ' r .,'-md ' hs, Q ..QQQfQQQ,. 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' dba -v-Tx' Q. .1 QW ' ' --:rr - '. M-Lw nru, 1ff-'ff-.' if . ff.-9 A - ' 0-H1 if. .".-'-' -- fm-.-.1151 'P wa. . -uv- c. . '.".r'::Z" A 'a .11 za. 'gill' "5-iWiK g,u f.II--.QQI3 I india zqff-Q AI, -4, ' -I 39.3, ' I r I Q5 "-- .II x , . , 1 II-'5q.v.Q Mg.-1-,,1ff....N'Al' ..1 ui 1 'I Ei... :. J .I, P? .. . fs- - :'v-uw rw. - iff?" --f1"fw'f1:1-'.-W .. 'H -5- -'F 1- Ju! I' 51, I 3911 "' .Nw - -.H ix FOGTBALL I kj Q . N E George Onan ,vlllrvrt Lind Lvonard Wolff Captain Co-Captain Elccf Co-Captain Elect W M R. WALTER A SCHENBACII Coach Eighty-Seven 54' QF THE l930 FOOTBALL SEASON Despite the unusual shortage of ex- perienced players, New Trier was represented in the league this year by one of the very best teams in its his- tory. There was, indeed, a pro- nounced lack of veteran material in both line and backlield, for only four of last year's letter-men returned to the team. However, this squad of "rookies" made up in energy and spirit for what it lacked in experience, and before the season was far ad- vanced it had turned into a scrappy, hard-fighting, game-winning bunch. Those qualities so necessary in a win- ning aggregation-teamwork, morale, and "fight"-were everywhere evi- dent, and when the fundamentals were mastered and the team began to really click, it made an unusually creditable showing, winning 5 games, tying one, and losing two. Nluch credit for this record is due to Captain George Ogan, not only for L ighfy I' aylit his excellent playing at guard but also for the way in which he kept up the morale of the team at all times. He was assisted in opening holes and bat- tering down the opposing backs by "Red" Howe and Bill Sellery, veter- an fighting tacklesg Stan Schuman, a powerful sophomore guard, and Ted VVachs, guard. The wing ipositions were held down by Co-captain-elect Len Wolffe and Chick Kremer, a pair hard to dupli- cate for pass-receiving and tackling. The pivot job was capably handled by Al Lind, Co-captain-elect and a fighting, dashing player. Henry Crawford, guard, Kimbell, Wolf, and Riley, tacklesg Finlayson and Sinding, ends, played a real game whenever sent in to relieve their team-mates. S e v e r a l back-field combinations were tried out, and competition was keen in that division. Jack Hicks- last of the New Trier Hickses-di- R e it A N rected the team's maneouvers from quarterback position, and George Boylston plunged through for many substantial gains as full. Sam Smale, perhaps the most spectacular player out, dodged and twisted his way down the field in a remarkable manner, while Fred Lind, with two years of experience to his credit, squirmed through the opposing lines. Other backs who contributed to the total yardage were: Nickel, Thorsen, Jenks, and Quinlan, halvesg Gillogly and Richards, fullbacks. lkluch credit should be given to coaches Aschenbach and Caton for converting this inexperienced squad into a real football machine. New Trier l3: Maine 0 New Trier opened the 1930 season by defeating Maine High 13-0 in the first football encounter between the two schools. New Trier scored a touchdown early in the game by an I lyllfy N me rIET'lllISf0lI hits a stone -zeal!" "Prot'ix0 Falls" Ninety , opportune piece of luck. The llflaine captain fumbled a punt close to his own goal line, and New Trier recov- ered on lVIaine's one-yard line and went across on the next play. The Des Plaines boys tightened up after this and allowed only one more touch- down, though they did not threaten their opponent's lead throughout. Although they showed real possi- , l bilities, the gray-and-green boys play- ing was somewhat ragged and spas- modic, due to a lack of playing ex- perience. New Trier 6: Waukegan 6 The following week New Trier battled its ancient rival, Waukegan, to a 6-6 tie in a hard-fought, closely- contested game. 'Al nire bil of blocking" New Trier 03 Oak Park 7 The next weel: New Trier's sensa- tional winning streak was broken by an unusually strong eleven from Oak Park, in the closest and most fierce game of the season. , The Oak Park team was a real football machine and possessed two star players in their captain, Lovett, and their midget half-back, Rubini. In the first period they marched down the field and on a short pass to Lovett rang up the first and only touchdown of the game. After this, the New Trier boys played as they had never played before, smashing through time and again and battling thd orange- and-blue players to a standstill. How- ever, despite several long passes from Smale to Wolffe in the last: quarter, New Trier was unable to break through the Oak Park defense and was forced to take a defeat. New Trier IZ: Evanston 20 The encounter with Evanston is always the most anticipated and, per- haps, most doubtful game of the sea- son. This year the teams were fairly evenly matched. New Trier 39g Joliet 0 The Joliet boys lacked team-work and ability and were the only team on the schedule which might be called "easy." New Trier 18g Proviso 7 The whole New Trier team was outstanding and displayed first real evidences of the snap and spirit which helped them threaten the league pen- nant. New Trier 63 Morton 0 In this game the New Trier boys were better on the defense than of- fense, though Boylston and Smale gained fairly consistently through the line, the former going across for a touchdown in the second quarter. New Trier l3: Deerfield 0 Deerfield was neither heavy nor strong enough to break through the New Trier wall, and since passes and wide runs were out of the question, failed to score. Ninety-One 4 ... 2 gf 3. , F RES!-IMAN-SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL In spite of the fact that New Trier F reshman-Sophomore team lost a ma- jority of their games, they had quite a successful season. Coaches Funk- houser and Ream developed a power- ful and spirited team that will fur- nish some outstanding material for the varsity teams to come. The first game with Proviso ended in a defeat for New Trier 13-7. In the next game the luck changed, for the Freshman-Sophomore trounced lklorton 12-0. Our boys lost to Oak Park and Evanston and after a very close game Deerfield came from be- hind to defeat them again. This year's team had no season captain as there were no outstanding players, but a captain was appointed for each game. Kahler, Hall, Pres- ton and Paulson played at ends and did super work in catching passes and running down under punts. Shapker and Olsen played tackle in most of the games. Philip Ogan, brother of the captain of the Varsity, Shank and Rossman performed remarkably Well at the guard positions. Heberholtz was at center, snapping the ball back to his team mates. Oliver, Gieland, Hallquist, Nordberg, Williams and Ballenger did most of the hall carry- ing. J- BASKETBALL Puul Jones J0llllfB01"fll0 ' Jack Hcitman HCtII7JlIl'6i!I11t Lightweight L'igl1twcig7I:t Captain, C0-Orlptain 00-Cllllfllfllf . 1 MR. CLYDE O. GRATER Coach Ninety-Three Ninety-Four HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL During the 1930-31 basketball sea- son the New Trier heavies played 17 games. Ten of these were league games and one each with lliaine, Hyde Park, Alumni, NIcKinley, Bowen, Northwestern Freshmen, and Stivers, Ohio. The season was very successful with New Trier winning 12 and losing 5. The season opened with a 34-2-1- triumph for New Trier over lliaine. On the following week the Gray- Green basketeers were defeated by the strong Hyde Park quintet 22-16. The league schedule opened with a 38-17 victory over llflorton. During the Christmas holidays New Trier entered the Stagg tourna- ment and defeated lVIcKinley in the first round, but lost to Bowen in the second. The next league game was an easy victory for New Trier over Deerfield 33-12. On January 16th New Trier trav- eled to Evanston and defeated the high-powered Evanston five. New Trier showed a good defense and with Church leading the scoring New Trier was victorious 22-15. The first league games lost was to Proviso 26-23. New Trier played listlessly and were considerably off form. January 30 Oak Park visited our gym with title hopes in their minds. New Trier played like champions and displayed an excellent brand of bas- ketball. Captain Jones, Church and Finlayson sinking baskets from all points of the court. When the smoke had cleared Oak Park had been de- feated 42-29. The following week New Trier l i l l Bob Gordon ' Colin Finlayson Frank Church ' traveled to Morton and defeated the much improved IVIOITOII team 32-32. Deerfield was next on the schedule and New Trier emerged the victor 48-12, Church again leading the scor- ing with 10 baskets. The inexperienced Evaristonians were defeated this time 39-17l February 20th New Trier traveled to Proviso and staged the thriller of the season. VVith twenty seeonds to go Finlayson sank the winning basket, giving Proviso a 27-25 licking. New Trier entered the game at a great dis- advantage, but the team showied their fighting spirit throughout tlfe game and were tied with Oak Park at 23, all at the third quarter. Finlayson Hugh Flcmiuy HIIVU E and Bob Gordon were ejected from the game early in the fourth quarter because of fouls. This weakened New Trier considerably and the strong Oak Parkers continued their victory march with a 33-26 win. This game closed the basketball season for New Trier. There are high hopes of a successful season next year with three regulars returning. New Trier will feel the loss, how- ever, of Captain Jones, Bob Gordon, Frank Gordon, Harvey Klunder, Al- len Stults, Jim Iverson, Jack llfiee, Bill Brackett, and Eugene Thoms. The entire squad were awarded letters in recognition of their splendid -work. ey Klun-tler Allen. Stulis A rnetu Five 6 Ninety-Sim LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier New Trier The teams in the Suburban League were very evenly matched this year. Another basket or so in the deciding games would have made New Trier the champions. The season's totals show New Trier credited with 7 wins and 6 losses. The season opened at home with easy victories over lvlaine Township High School and Hyde Park of Chi- cago. We dropped the next game to Mor- ton of Cicero. Maine 10 Hyde Park 13 Morton 28 Deerfield 25 Evanston 19 Proviso 16 Oak Park 18 Morton 23 Deerfield 19 Evanston 32 Proviso 18 19 Oak Park Following this we lost a very close game to Deerfield Shields Q25-211. Co-captain Borino came through with six baskets and two free throws, giv- ing his fourteen out of twenty-one points scored by New Trier. On the following Friday New Trier journeyed to Evanston and nosed them out f2O-19D in an over- time game. We then whipped Proviso C18-161 in another over-time. l i i i 1 1 l Clyde Warble ' l 5 These were followed by an easy victory over Oak Park. The whole team reached the peak in this game. Colcaptain Heitman, playing after two weeks on the sick list, shdwed his real worth. The next two games were llropped to Morton Q23-211, then lfleerfield C19-171. l Evanston trimmed us on obr own floor C34-ZOD. i The league schedule ended with victories.over Proviso Q31-IFJ and Oak Park Q20-l9J. As a curtain raiser for they Stivers game, the lightweights, comgiosed of next year's men, took on thd Fresh- man-Sophomore team but lostl l l r l l Frank Belmont - Fells: Balak Lightweight Basketball is another of the sports at New Trier which af- fords Varsity play for boys who are not big enough physically to play with the Heavyweight team. Since it is the policy of the New Trier Athletic Department to afford athletic compe- tition for all boys, the Lightweight team is one of the most popular branches of sport among the boys of the school. Lightweight competition in the Suburban League is much faster than is Heavyweight play. In former years the Lightweight team has been considered a training place for Heavy- weight material. The team is now considered equally as important as the Heavyweight team. Ninety Seven First Row: - Horn, W, Gielen, R, Hanson, U, Williams. R. Preston-,eR. Hallquist, V. Luensnzan C. Dahl, B. Thaokery. Second Row: K, Funkhouser lCoachj, E. Belmont, R. Barrett, V. Lueusmun, A. Rossman, P. Ogun E. Kohler, R, Flyn-n, R, Ream lOoachJ. F RESHMAN-SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL The Freshman-Sophomore basket- ball team, coached by lVIr. Funk- houser and lVIr. Ream, had a fairly successful season. The team lost the first game to North Shore Country Day's varsity by a few points. Of the next six games the team lost five, but they were close, and one Could see con- stant improvement. It was in the sec- ond round that the team reached its peak and lost to a powerful Evanston team 21-20. The next week they de- feated VVaukegan, a team that had 7NmeillElgl1t defeated them earlier in the season, by a score of 28-24. In the final game of the season the Freshman-Sophomores played the un- derclassmen of the Lightweight squad and defeated them in an exciting bat- tle 27-19. The captain of this year's team was Dick Preston who played guard. His running mate at guard was Hallquist. Vic Luensman played center while Williams and Dahl played forwards. The team showed a great deal of promise. They had spirit, skill, and size. TRACK n 1 . i , , 1 Gcoryc Boylston George Quinlan Henry Bender Captain State Champion State Champion MR. JOHHN M. N.-XY Coach Ninety Nine SENIOR TRACK TEAM The pentangular meet turned the boys for the Indoor Suburban Meet which took place on the seventh of March at Oak Park. Again Oak Park was victorious over New Trier, which finished a close second. First places were won by Bender in the low hurdles and by Pavlicek in the half mile. Quinlan placed second in the quarter, as did .lvlartin in the broad jump, Bender in the 50-yard dash, Bell in the Low Hurdles, and Finlayson in the High Jump. Third place in the broad jump went to Wal- ter Wanger while Bill Sundlof won a fourth in the 50-yard dash. The relay team running Bender, Sundlof, Wanger, and Quinlan again placed second to Oak Park's record breaking outfit. Deerfield and lVIorton of the Sub- One Hundo ed urban League journeyed to New Trier for a triangular meet the fol- lowing week. The scores turned out to be: New Trier, 593 Deerfield, 285 llfiorton, 2. Bender, Kirby, Wanger, and Quin- lan represented New Trier in the 8X9 mile high school relay in the Central A. A. U. meet 'held at Oak Park. The boys won from a very classy field, in- cidentally carrying home a trophy to add to their collections. To cap the indoor season the first Annual Oak Park and River Forest Relays took place on April New Trier entered an 819 mile relay, a two-mile relay, and a sprint medley relay, as well as several boys in the individual events. Outstanding was George Quinlan's victory in the 50- yard dash over the cream of Illinois Sprint Relay Team High School sprinters. Coke Finlay- son tied for first place in the high jump, while Louis Bell won a fourth in the low hurdles. The 8f9 mile and sprint medley relay teams placed second, and the two-mile team Won fourth. At the writing of this article the entire outdoor season was ahead -of the team, with good prospects toward bettering the fine reputation already established. llflost of the meets were to be gala affairsg an interscholastic at Gary, Indiana, the district meet at La Grange, and the Annual Outdoor Suburban lVIeet which was to be the event which was to mark the dedica- tion of the New Athletic Field on May 23. Throughout the season the boys who won places on the sprints were Quinlan, Bender,'Kirby, and Sund- lof. George Boylston, Pavlicek, and Joyce, in the half mile, and Davidson, Gilbert, Henderson, and Gordan, in the mile, upheld the distance running end. Three crack representatives in the quarter mile were Quinlan, Kir- by, and Wanger. Bender, Bell and Sundlof skimmed the low hurdles, while Fuller, Krem- er, and Holmes hurdled the high sticks. Handling the weights were Schu- mann, Kunz, and Hilpert, who per- formed very creditably. Finlayson earned a place as one of the outstanding high-jumpers in the league, although only a junior track man. Distance Relay Team One Hundred One 5 JUNIOR TRACK TEAM Undefeated throughout the entire indoor track season, the New Trier Junior Track Team has sent next year's senior team's stock soaring sky- high. Nothing but words of praise can be said of the younger boys who have so ably and well performed their tasks that they have sent home in de- feat the best teams in the district. Against Fenger of Chicago our boys started off right by gaining 37 points against I2 for the enemy. After two weeks rest, Senn was sent back to Chicago on the short end of a very close score. The relay won by New Trier decided the meet. University High was the next vic- tim-New Trier, 373 U. High, 13, on March 21. In this meet the real power of the team was shown. The home boys made 47 points against 7 for La Grange, 5 for Deerfield, and 3 for lVIorton. Fifteen points were due to the efforts of Alex Newton, who was the team all around star. One Hurzdrc1ITrL'o The team was rich in stars who will be very important toward the building of a good senior team next year. Alex Newton, Russ Grenning, and Rex lilartin, until he became a senior in March, were always in the running in the sprints. Again the 660 yard run was a strong event with Earl Weinstock at the wheel. When Earl became a senior in lVIarch the banner was snatched up by Buckmaster, Sharp and Leason. Topping the timbers were Newton, Grenning, lVIartin and Nordberg. Nordberg, Grenning and Merrill were three fine shot-putters. Newton, Sim- onds, and Nordberg were in the high jump. Martin, who competed sometimes as a senior in the broad jump, upheld this event with Grenning and Sim- onds. ! S SWIMMING a A L .f John Barden TT'm. .llnrris Ernest Envlrclmayvr Oapiatn M R. EDGAR JACKSON Couch One Hundred Three First Row: E. Enchelmayer, R. Palenske, T. Wilder, J. Ifarflen fCaptain.j, R. Ostrom, R. Rosenberg E. Hofbnan. Second Row: L. Carruthers flllanagerl, H. King, C. Coffin., T. Johansen, N. Shopker, D. Davis, D Alford, R. Buck, R. Condon !Coaf,-hj. SENIOR SWIMMING New Trier 31 Vtfaukegan 38 New Trier 32M Kenosha 362 New Trier 40 Gary 19 New Trier 49 Proviso 10 New Trier 28 Evanston 32 New Trier 32 Morton 27 Coaches Jackson and Condon de- veloped a good team which closed a successful season finishing in a tie for second in the league. Ner Trier's relay team kept up its Fine reputation which has been un- blemished for three years. This un- defeated relay team was composed of Barden, Nlorris, Ostrom and Palen- ske. Bill Nlorris, high point man, swam both the forty and hundred-yard crawl events. Bill was a consistent winner until he was forced from com- petition by ineligibility. Captain John Barden and Rennolds Ostrom One Humh ed Four New Trier 44 Kenosha 15 New Trier 41 Harrison 21 New Trier 37 Fenger 22 New Trier 35 Englewood 27 New Trier Z9 Oak Park 30 New Trier 54 Deerfield 4 kept up the winning streak in these events. Ernest Enchelmayer turned in his usual successful season as a fancy diver. He was second to Morris in the season's point total. Roger Palenske, a Junior swimmer, who at times competed on the Senior team both in the crawl events and re- lay, did admirable work. He has two more years of competition. In the breast stroke New Trier was represented by Ed Hoffman and Bob Rosenberg, who held their own against all comers. SENIOR RELAY TEAM R. Ostrom, W. Morris, J. Burden., R. Palenske, T. Wilder. Tom Johanson, Hunter King, and Elliott VVitt turned in their share of points in the backstroke. The prospects are bright for a championship team next year as the Juniors won the League Title by overwhelming scores. Those receiving letters were Capt. John Barden, Richard Buck, .Charles Coffin, Ernest Enchelmayer, Ed Hoff- man, Tom Johanson, Victor Joyce, William lVIorris, Rennolds Ostrum, Roger Palenske, Ted Wilder, Elliott Witt, and Bob Rosenberg. 4 JUNIOR SWIMMING RELAY R. Siler, W. Paulson, A. Henning, G. Enchclmayer, One Hundred Fwd The Junior team this The diving was well handled by C. JUNIOR SWIMMING New Trier 18 New Trier 28 New Trier 39 New Trier 42 New Trier 36 New Trier 37 New Trier 38 New Trier 35 New Trier 42 New Trier 30 New Trier 30 year was the best in the history of New Trier. They went through the season with- out defeat, either in dual or Inter- scholastic competition. Seiler, Henning, Paulson, Shapker, and Adams composed the relay team which was undefeated, and which set several records including that of the Suburban league. , In the crawl events Henning, Seiler and Paulson seldom met defeat, while C. Enchelmayer, Bryant and Andrews could always be counted on for a few points in the back stroke. Pearson and Blaylock stood out in the breast stroke. One Hundred Sis: Waukegan 18 Gary 25 Oak Park 14 Englewood 11 Harrison 10 Proviso 17 Harrison 16 Evanston 15 Morton 18 Deerfield 8 Fenger 23 Enchelmayer, Adams and Putman. Carl was a consistent winner. Much credit is due to Coaches Jack- son and Condon for developing these real "green" men into Suburban League champions. If this team develops into the team which it promises to be in a year or two, New Trier will be a threat in any meet. Those who received awards were: Brewster Adams, Lee Blaylock, Carl Enchelmayer, Art Henning, Bill Paul- son, Bob Pearson, Ned Shapker, Bob Seiler. BASEBALL T - 1 Fred Lind Adam Bernarda Captain MR. WVA LTER ASCHENBACI-I Coach One Hundred Seven BASEBALL The 1931 baseball season looms as the most successful season that base- ball at New Trier has had in many seasons. VVith an abundance of material, Coach Aschenbach has built up a wonderful team and should give the other suburban league schools much trouble. As this goes to press, the official league series has not start- ed, but with the practice games al- ready played, the team as a whole looks good. The catching department is being taken care of by Al Lind and hlartin Johnson, two seasoned veteransg Clarence Dahl, a freshman, is also getting a good share of the burden. The pitching department has three One Hundred Eight veterans from last year, Eugene Nickel, Ray Kimbell and Sam Smale. VVoodrow VVilson, Dick Huck, Dick Foslund, Vic Schultz and Jack Sind- ing, another freshman find, doing the relief work. All but Nickel will be back next season. At first base, we find Frank Church holding down the position that he held last season. Joe VVoodward and VVillard Kus are the other first basemen, Kus having a year of experience behind him. Adam Bernarde is holding down second base, the position we found' him in last year. George Cole, also a two- year man, is his' understudy, and Jack Heitman is the third member of the trio of second basemen. Felix Balak, Frank C'II1H'CIl Clarence Dahl Gus Bebas a new man this year, is taking care of the short stop position with Harry Gillogly relieving him. Nlartin Sen- sendorf and Victor Hansen are the boys patroling third base. Both are good ball players and it is a toss up between the two as to who gets the first team job. The outfield is made up of Captain Fred Lind, VVinfield Rogers, Gus Be- bas, Frank Belmont, Walter Hawkin- son, Ed Nicoll, Paul VVi1liams, Cecil VVilliams, and Eric Lindahl. Of the five mentioned, Lind, Rogers, Bebas, Belmont, and Paul Williams are the boys who see the most action. SCORES Senn 16 New Trier 2 Morton 12 New Trieigi' 10 St. George 1 New Trier 1 Deerfield 13 New Trier 6 Lane 7 New Trier 1 Oak Park 2 New Trier 3 Semi 4 New Trier 5 Evanston 10 New Trier 4 Morton 7 New Trier O One Hundred N me V , One Hundred Ten. ATHLETICS FOR ALL." "Athletics For fill" is a challenge to every New Trier boy. Participation in In- tramural Sports is entirely voluntary. In football,Vgolf, tennis, hand-ball, playground ball, basketball, horseshoes, swimming, track, water polo, boxing, wrestling, foul throwing, ping pong, football skills, volley ball, speed ball and touch football we have such diversified forms of play that every boy can participate in one or more activities if he makes the effort. With the new Leslie F. Gates gymna- siums and field house, the new athletic field soon to be completed and erection of an extraordinary natatorium within the next year, New Trier will be one of the best if not the best equipped high school in the country to carry on a program of health and physical education. Last year James Iverson was honored by having his name engraved on the Sports Club Trophy in the Tri-ship Room in recog- nition of his contribution of unselfish service to the Club and in the promotion of Intra- mural Sports at New Trier. Seniors grad- uating this year who have contributed a certain amount of service determined by a point system will receive gold medals. Se- niors receiving gold medals this year are: Ted Buck, .lack Durham, Ed Frankel, Hugo Hartman, James Iverson, Herbert Lilly, Charles Melcher and Walter Mock- ler. With the co-operation of students as vol- unteer leaders as members of the Sports Club, New Trier will continue to be an outstanding example of what can be accom- plished in that phase of Health and Physical Education known as Intramural Sports. DEFORREST SHOWLEY. One lllHllll'6llPlC1Gl1 ' 1 I ,, '- LIGHTWEIGI-IT FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS First Row: C. Wright, C. Brown. B. Knauer 1Capt.1, J. Hall, D. Campbell, F, Leuller. Second Row: Cage? West, J. Gaither, J, Bell, B. Farwell, A. Clayton, G. Jackson, T. McCann, Coach e ner. I-IEAVYWEIGI-IT FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS First Rolo: A, Nicolozzi, B. Johnson, H. Bender, G. Schopen., M. Gooch., H. Carlson, J. Durham. Secoml Row: Coach Waters, S. Knight, J. Bremer, B. Jensen, D. Warn, B. Griffin, R. Goss, W. Brackett, K. Garretson, Coach Oaks. ' ' ,121 H f V' " . f i ' in ' . One Hundred Tzcclre LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS fWehrJ First Row: R. Hutchings, T. Buck, R. Martin. Second Row: W, Morgan, F. Runnefehf, B. Smith., W. Sherman. HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS CFunkhauserJ First Row: 0, Murphy, R. Kimball, H. Gilloyly, W. Kidd, T, Wachs, Second Row : B. SIIHUJPIIV, F, Mitchell, J. Wcstcrfcld. One Hundred Thirteen F EATHERWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS First Row: B. Melcher. A. Bohmen, F. Gilgis. Second Row: R. Wyle, L. Greenblatf. INTRAMURAL TRACK CHAMPIONS First Row: U.,M5'lcher, J. Bremer, H. Gleason, W. Caverly, R. Fairborn, C. Ha-milton, D. Pavlicek, o ce - . Z! . Second Row: B. B1-c'lmn, U. Brown, J, Will, L. McGuire, A. Weldon., A. Lind, B. Gr'ilTin, F. Robinson. One Hundred Fonrtevn Mr Jones, Mr. Wehr, Mr. Carpenter, Air. Parsing, Mr. Oaks. Mr. Shearer, Mr. Ream, Mr. Waters, M1 Nay, Mr, Funkhauser, Mr, Catan, Mr. Aschenbach., Mr. Grater, M-r. Jacksons, Mr. Condon. COACHING STAFF All coaches of New Trieris Intra- mural and Varsity sports are Faculty men who give their time to the sport and who enjoy it. Unlike some of the other suburban league schools, we have no men hired solely for coaching. For the last few years football has been taken by llflr. Aschenbach and llflr. Caton. Basketball by Mr. Graterg F reshman-Sophomore Foot- ball and Basketball by Mr. Funk- houser and lXfIr. Ream, Track by Mr. Nay: Swimming by Mr. Jackson and Mr. Condon 5 Baseball by Mr. Asch- enbachg Golf by Mr. Grater, and Tennis by Mr. Flaningam. All of our teams have stood in the upper di- vision of the Suburban League, and not a few have taken first place. The whole school, and especially the in- dividual varsity teams, have greatly appreciated the unselfish work of these men as coaches. Intramural football is now the main intramural sport, and this year, under the leadership of Nlr. Persing, it was more successful than evernbe- fore. VVith the help of lVIr. Jones, NIr.VVehr, lVIr. Carpenter, llflr. Oaks, Mr. Shearer, and llfir. VVaters, Mr: Persing was able to organize a sys- tematic coaching plan which gave the intramural players practices almost approaching the Varsity work-outs. Of all outside activities at New Trier, athletics-intramural and var- sity-are the most important in the minds of most of the boys ofthe stu- dent body. They, in addition to the Administration and the School Board, wish to express their sincere gratitude for the capable work done by these coaches. One Hunrli ed Fifteen One Hundred S-irtccn M. A . J 1 -QJ L 's ,451 v -ug L , . , i Q, wk V Nz: xr, ik: A 5 xy 2 f, i , ,X c.A.A, I Q , MISS IRIS BOULTON Sponsor Ph yll-is Brown J ean Haskins Marge Sm guth c E sfer .K ri cbcl Prcsifl cn t Vice-President Secwtzz ry Treasurer i I One Hundred Seventeen SENIOR ' TEA!!! BREDIN- DAVID CHAMPS First Row: M, Richards, B. Miller, A. Stickrath, Miss Beisemier, J. Yost, H. Parsons, B. Buckett. Second Row: L. Wagner, C. .-lddcnbrook, J. Meek, C. Irwin, D. .UCICDCl'lllil1, E. Anderson. SOCCER The Soccer season this year was a very successful one. Many more girls came out for the sport than in previ- ous years. This year the Soccerites were coached by Miss Biesmeier who took the place of Miss Baker of last year. Due to a new experiment of the Girls' Athletic Association one girl was appointed head of the sport and four class managers were chosen. Each manager was assigned certain duties and the system worked very efficiently. The regular advisor room tourna- ment was held and the combined ad- visor room team, Bredin-David, won Ollt. One Hundred Eighteen SENTOR TEA!!! First Row: V. Rictlaeinwr, P, Boylston, P, Spiegel, G. Lim-n Iflapfainil, S. K-riebel H Adler H, Samlbury. Second Row: A. Hillinger, J. Ludwig, C. Lind, Miss Boulton., J. Norman, V. Dieball, H Webster HOCKEY There were more girls than ever playing the enjoyable sport of hockey this year, to be exact there were 101 enthusiastic athletes out. With the new system of Heads of Sports, team and class managers, the tournaments ran more smoothly than ever before. The advisor room contests made it possible for every girl to play in sev- eral games, and in that way get the real thrill out of hockey that the ever important, but seldom exciting, prac- tices do not afford. The contestants for first place were Cole-Walkup and Sentney-Paul. Cole-Walkup won 7-0. One Hundred Nineteen WALKUP CHAMPS H. Adler, J. Norman, D. MncDcrmid, L, Wagner, JI. Pomeroy, C. Adrlcnbrook, C. Simon, A. Crumbish, EVANS CHALMPS One H undre P. Boylston. SWIMMING Swimming this year has been un- usually interesting, due to the en- thusiastic leadership of Miss Fogg, ably assisted by Miss Fraser and Eleanor Culver, Head of Swimming. After a fairly long season, team tryouts were held. The teams were chosen in a new manner. A time limit of 13 seconds was set for the 20-yard free style, 18.6 seconds for the 20-yard back crawl, 19.1 seconds for the 20-yard breast stroke, and 30 seconds for the 40-yard free styleg 8 points in form was set for the crawl, breast, and side strokes. A girl had to qualify in at least- 4 of these events to make the class team. d Twenty SENIOR L w TE Ulf SENIOR TEA!!! ..g . 1 ,M-2 First Row: S. Ifindall, Miss Boulton fCoach5, S, Kriebcl 10aptuinJ. Second Row: G. Erickson, J. Johnston, O. Addenbrook, V. Dicbnll, V. Dunlap, BASKETBALL T c The assistance of the sophomore :leaders gave this year in the basket- ball games was most efficient. ,r 'X-1 The leaders riot-longer wear special uniforms, but are recognized by em- blems on their suits reading "New Trier Leaders." The leaders are used primarily to officiate in after-school sports, and to assist the coaches. They are prepared for this -work by meeting with Miss Fogg once a week after school, for practice in games and instruction in refereeing. FULTON CHAMPS One Hundred Twenty-One i K, "..f', ,LQ by "Natural Dan ring First Row: S. Haven, S. Mitchel. K. Holucay, A. Fraser. Second Rom: L. Moses, V. Raclin, R. A nderson, M. Ilutchings, L, Baughman, K. Mamcell, E. Wade, R. Jackson. Third Row: J, Ruyen, C. J, Ifellbelored, J. Bull, C. Addenbrooke, E. Anderson, L. Wagner, L. Humphreys, G. Bartling. When Natural Dancing, a course Although a comparatively new usually oiiered in colleges, was first SPOYY, IQ ITS Second year, Cloggmg has again been very popularamong the girls of all classes. Eighteen girls received credit for first team, thirteen for second team, and thirteen for at- tendance. given the appeal was mostly to the underclass girls. However, this year the number of Junior and Senior girls out is proof that they also are inter- ested in this unusual course. There This year has been very good for are ten girls who have made first team both clogging and natural dancing' Credit and SCVCU Wh0 have made SCC' Altogether there were about one hun- ond team credits. dred girls out for dancing this season. 1 "Clogging" On-e Hundred Tu'en.ty-Two . !.' X . l 4 l HEADS OF G. A. A. SPORTS l First Rowi B. Buckett, H. Adler, V. Reithei-mer, G. Lynn, J. Snyder. Second Row: E. Belhatchet, E. Cul-ver, F. Anderson, M. Cowen. l The Girl's Athletic Association has added a new practice to iits After School Sports System in having heads- of-sports. The girls who ltake the positions of heads-of-sports arerecom- mended by the coaches and appointed by the Executive Board of the G. A. A. The girls who have so capably filled these positions this yearl are Ger- trude Lynn' for Hockey, Betty Buckett for Soccer, Florence Ander- son for Basketball, Elizabeth Bal- hatchet for Dancing, Eleanor Culver for -Swimming, Helene Adler- for Track, Jane Snyder for lBaseball, Mary Cowen for Tennis, and Marion Popper for Golf. Each head-of-sport has four class managers, who work with her and the coaches. In additionto the heads-of- sports and the class managers, there is a third group which is necessary for the proper functioning of the After School Sports System. This group is composed of managers from each of the girls adviser rooms. 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QV ++'ir+rr1f ' 'ff -f 1 S .'?w.:-'W5'f'??V--'-'f 3"k:VV :2"'5 '1Nf-V iw-z'iAf f "fb ' 591.1 ti .H-.: 1'1 .3' ' . -A m M ..fT' Tv 'V'A,:'xl?g3'xT.' .mah lv f I N-H 1. V Lf fm 'f " 1 ' OPERA lt is a tradition for the llflusic De- partment of New Trier to give a light opera every two or three years. Two years ago a very finished production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "H, lbl. S. Pinafore" was given in our audi- torium. Therefore it seemed most suitable for the department to choose "The Pirates of Penzance" as the next op-era. The two have been called twins, as "Pinafore" is considered a satire on the British navy and "Pi- rates" on the British army. Through the patient efforts of Mrs. Cotton, our director, Nlr. Ellis Rhodes, Miss Agnes Biesemeier, lVIiss Elizabeth Stanwood, lVIiss Winifred lvlickey, Nliss Ada Pilley Allen, and llfliss Olive Grover two excellent per- formances were given on the evenings of April 10th and 11th by separate casts. Talent was so plentiful that for the first time at New Trier an opera was given by a double Cast. With the exception of George Bersch, '30, who took the part of lklajor Stan- ley on Friday night, the two casts were made up entirely of students. This shows a marked advancement over former years. Acknowledgment of beautiful work and co-operation is due both the Sen- ior Orchestra and the Glee Clubs, for through their loyal support the per- formances were a great success. One Hundred Tuenry If cz e CAST FOR FRIDAY NIGHT PIRATES OF PENZANCE DRAMAUS PERSONAE Richard, a Pirate King. Lowell Comee Samuel, his lieutenant ........... Hugh Middleton, Robert Kirtland Frederic, a Pirate Apprentice ..... Thomas Elvin Nlajor-General Stanley of the Brit- ish Army .... George Bersch, John Chapman Edward, a Sergeant of Police ..... Lindsay Field lylabel, General Stanley's youngest daughter. .Jean Lindstrom, Vir- ginia Sprague Edith. . .Ernestine Behrens, Jane Orr Kate. .llflarion Tubbs, Ellen Cozzens Isobel .... Eleanor Culver, Jean Hall Ruth, a piratical "'lVIaid of all work" . . .Molly Mickey, Phyllis Dubsky General Stanley's Daughters, Pi- rates, and Policemen - llflargaret Bickham, Lesley Champlin, Mfy Jane Elder, Martha Jane Forman, Doris Goode, Helen Greene, Lois Hanawalt, Helen Holton, Christine One Hu id: ed Twenty-Size Irwin, Eflie James, ,Margaret Kahler, Hazel Knepper, Mary Kulchar, Vir- ginia Lang, Jane Ludwig, llflargaret Meleney, Becky Miller, Frances Payne, Lucia Perrigo, Harriet Pol- lard, Jane Snyder, Marion Watson, Agnes Jones, Marion Barber, lllar- guerite Casey, Helen Enright, lVIary Katherine Gleason, Florence Sellery, VVinifred Dingle, Alison Burge, Beth hlcllraith, Georgette Horstman, Doris Ingham, Sally Romig, Mary Frances Rodgers, Virginia Smith, Helen Shepard, Charlotte Wachs, John Ballenger, Norman Bruedigan, Jack Chichester, Norman Eilertson, Burrage Farwell, Robert Fletcher, Howard Fogg, Robert Guthrie, John Guthrie, William Katz, Arthur Kat- zel, Fred Kriebel, Jack Long, James NcNammee, William Miller, Paul Nioore, Phillip Ogan, Richard Olsen, Nlarshall Peterson, John Phillips, Stanton Schuman, Olin Sethness, Al- fred Struebing, Robert Struggles, Richard Wrightson, Edward Gritz- baugh, John Conrad, Joe Hayes, Ber- ger Jensen, Victor Luensman. Fwst Ron R, Bersch, Margaret Theil, G, Erickson, Evelyn C. Addenbrooke, L. Wagner, Bill Sher- man-, Ellen Sager, Ralph Kline, Ethel Anderson., Norman Modine, L. K1-upnick, E. Kohler, E. Potter, M. McKeni:ie, L. Hooper, F. Christensen, E. Arden, E, Bostrom, W. Lemipke, R. Luce, V. Lange, R, Wyle. Second Rau : E. Pottery S. Jane Haven, W. Hopkins, G. Mawwrll. J. Ben-sou, G. Ruff, R. Delunder, K. Harwell, A. Delandcr, M. Loomis, E. Edin-ger, J. Wright, C. Wwrble, R. Crowe, W. 0o::en-s, B. Nordburg. NEW TRIER ORCHESTRA The orchestra under the direction of lylrs. Cotton has played a very im- portant role in the activities of New Trier, and it certainly has performed it well. During Christmas the orchestra did a fine piece of work in their annual Christmas Concert given in the New Trier Auditorium. This same con- cert was given for the student body in a special assembly in the new gym- nasium, , ln April, when the opera "Pirates of Penzance" was iven, the orchestra g did a large part in making it a suc- cess. The opera was given two suc- cessive 'nights in which the orchestra did a piece of work. At the former Parent-Teachers meetings at Highland Park, the Lit- tle Symphony orchestra from Chicago was engaged to give concerts. This year the opportunity was given to the New Trier orchestra in place of the former entertainers. The orchestra also had the oppor- tunity of playing at the Rotary Club banquet given at New Trier. One Hundred Twenty Sei en BOYS' GLEE CLUB: BOB KIRTLAND ...... .............. .... P r esident OLIN SETHNESS .... .... S ecretary ED. GRITZBAUGH .. .... Librarian GIRL'S GLEE CLUB: VIRGINIA SPRAGUE . . . . . . . . . ......... .... P resident JANE SNYDER .................... . . . .... Secretary ELEANOR SHANAHAN AND JEAN HALL ...... Librarians One Hundred Twenty-Eight SENIOR MUSIC CLUB President .... ................ .... A R IAN DELANDER Vice-President .. ...... ELIZABETH POTTER Secretary ..... ...MARY JEANNE TANSILL Treasurer .. ....... OLIN SETHNESS JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB President ........ . ........ CONSTANCE ADDENEROOKE Vice-President . . . . .. ........ AMERI EDINGER Seeretary ...... .... J ANE LUDWIG Treasurer ..... . . .ALFRED BROWN , Sofia! Clmirnzan ...................... CLAIRE SIMON One Hundred Twenty-Nine BAND "A" BAND Piccolo Alan Swabacker Paul Hosking Ba,-ses Oboe Ted Hosking Jack Long' Frank McCabe Hams in E Flag Scott E. Thomas Wm. Allen Flute Fred Kriebel Robt. Rolzertson Bob VVersted Co,-Wg, Saxophones Henry Appel Jack Bigham Ted Buck Bruce Karnes Willard Kus Robt. Smith Selin Tideman Bob Wheeler Trombones Warren Cozzens Bert Falkenburg' Peter Gilbert Bill Grant Geo. Jones Bill Nordberg One Hzmdrcd Tl: ir!!! John Dsiiidson "f Erwin Foslund Frank Hilpert Paul Jones Bob Klemm Harry ivlinor Arthur Rice - hiark Simonds Hugh VVehrly Janet VVright Clarinets Bill Brackett Richard Buck Jack Edmonds Dwight Green Ewing Johansen Bill Kidd Chas. Nielcher Wm. Nlyers Ben Olds Hubert Pelott Fred Robinson Jerome Straus Everett Thiel Paul Urion Jack VanderVries Bob VValpole Drums and Percussion James Enright Hugo Hartmann Glen Porter Russell Wyle Baritone: Ralph Sinsheimer Hor'r1s in E Flat Jim Donahue Saxophones Richard Born Donald Cooke Donald Easterberg Sterling Harper Andrew Russo Chas. Tanner Trombone! Bob lilieleney Basses Ed. Bristol Cornell' Frank Appleyard Art. Boyajian George Eber Jos. Harrison Jos. Hayes Henry Hunt George Hunt Paul llfloore HBH - Norman Olsen Angus Sterem Harry VVeese VVarren Young Clarinets Glenn Ammer Donald Andrews Clarence Arnold Mart. Bridges Lester Kornblithe Edson lVlcEldowney Ted Nakutin Richard Pickard Franklin Taber Robert VVard Drums and Percussion Marvin Frankel Elmer Young Baritones Loren Greenblatt John Kirby ,mmf 62,4 r i 5 4 I On 11111111011 111111110110 1 EFL? I w , 251 '- if ' -T100 . a Thirty one Hulldfe F Q 1 . M , - . V f 4 , S ' I f ' ' - ... 2g ' gl . 2 k A .sk - fn in T: V ,- tgz., Q '-Q?':-'mf-.f i . 11 'gyilf . 4 . ,,g'.W1-Hsu' ,1 ,. . 9 . Ly ,,. url, 1? ,Tw , .517 ,x,,.,..- Q . ,J tagging-..,. Qi 3':..Qa1,'3i5M. 4' . -I - .'.'.9-:nA+:.-JA..QL?-:W ff 1 - a ' -'+V V " -" ' ,.'ns-f-:,v1 -:Q-fn'3..fMgf,4Lf,. f. 5, .,-, 1 - Ls' 5 . 1wQw.....+ I. , 1- "w a-M.. ,, - A 1-,,,' , 79 V V- f ,zzz--5 -'-- Th, . .M N 4, i5'v'QQ,J.,,f5,,:: Z kk - . .f-vw a ,K .. My NN ,A : S -W I i . ' , 1 A ff 'Q' R , :.:a5v 3:g35. Lv' D ,, A r..-,N MISS CU TTON whose work in Nfusie has made New Trier outxtanzling in the field of musical education. MISS STANIVOOD, head Dramatie Coaeh, under 'whose direfiion the Dramatir' Club has beeomv one of the most importaui factors in the stuklent life at New Trier. Ont' If1lll!1l'l'lI T,1fl'fjl4Tlll'Cl? First Row: D. Nyyaard, J. Orr, P. Netteratronz. Second Row: L. Champlain, A. Robinson, J. Hall, T. Robertson. THE DRAMATIC CLUB President. . . . . .DORRANCE NYGAARD Vice-President. . PAUL N ETTERSTROM Secretary ......... . ..... JANE ORR The Dramatic Club presented three plays this year. The schedule of five productions during last year seemed to be too extensive to hold the interest of the student body: consequently, only a Fall play, Freshman-Sopho- more play, and Senior play were planned for 1930-31. However, a great deal of effort was put on these threeg they were given very success- fully before large audiences. One Ilimdrul Thirty-I-'our "Daddy Long-Legs," by Jean 1Veb- ster, with an all-school cast, was pre- sented on November 15. This very popular play introduced a number of new actors and actresses to the New Trier audience, as well as many fa- miliar ones. The plot is concerned with the life of Judy Abbott, an or- phan, first at the John Grier Home, then at college, and finally when she has become a young woman. ln the end Judy's guardian, Jarvis Pendle- ton, whom she called Daddy Long- Legs, falls in love with her. Booth Tarkington's play, "Seven- ACTIVE MEMBERS OF DRAIVIATIC CLUB bust Rom: P, Brozrnr, S. Clark, M. Gleason, J. Linrlstro-m, P. Boylston, D. Nygaord KP:-esJ, J. 011 J. Ludwig, E. CuIi'r'r, J. Demmzt, J. Normrln. Second Row: E. Cassels, I. Haskins, H. Adler, JI. Tlaaleg, A. Edmonds, M. Down-ie, N. Fisher, L Chamiplin, U. Hepburn, E. Albergo, H. .1luhrne, E. Bicklulm. Third Row: E, Almtcinelli, C. Kavanaugh, T. Helfner, G. Bull, M. Sensen-dorj, J. Kelly, H. Sudlow R. Steen. teen,'f was the Freshman-Sophomore production, given on March 7. Wil- lie Porter, seventeen, troubled about getting a tuxedo and his pestering little sister furnished some of the very amusing incidents of the play. Many of the under-classmen showed fine tal- ent in the dramatic field and were a great addition to the club member- ship. T The Senior play, presented on the 22nd and 23rd of May, was "The Boomerang," by Winchell Smith and Victor Napes. A doctor who undertakes to pre- scribe for a sick young man discovers that the reason for the sickness is love. The doctor, inexperienced in ailairs of the heart, tries to tell the young man how to play the game of love. A very unusual play was attempted this year under the guidance of Doc- tor Small. The Junior and Senior classes of the Latin Department pre- sented "The Mantuan,"'a Virgil play by Lidian Ruth lVIoore. The play is a series of episodes in the life of Vir- gil, beginning at Siron's School in Rome in 53 B. C., showing Virgil's life and his art, and ending at the wharves of Brundisium in 19 B. C., where Virgil died leaving his great epic, "The Amid," unfinished. Olin Sethness played the part of Virgil very skillfully. One Hundred Thu tu F110 PROBATIONARY MEMBERS OF Tl-IE DRAMATIC CLUB First Row: E. Hirsh, J. H1-lmuih-, L. Moore, R. Slncheimer, A. Linn, 0. Sctlmcss, B. Simpson, J. Moore, V. Prosfon, B. Ellison, H. Orvis. - Second Row: L. Lcckncr, R, Sager, A. Burgc, G. Vosburgh, B. Weston, L. Parrogo, M. Wegncr, D. Miller, A. Jacobs, M. Small, F. Lutz, B. Crowe, M, Watson., Y. Nelson. Third Row: N. Putnam, E. Balhatchet. L. Ifuokmaster, J. Jl!cCnnn.aughc'y, D. Martin, D. Crawford, D. Moore, D. Davis. C. Lind, P. Phillips, D. Miller, A. Aoker-man. STAGE CREW First Row: B. Ellison, H. Mehren, J. Lauritsen, I. Haskins, A. Ackerman, J. Moore. Second Row: A. Edmonds, N. Putman, E. Moore, AI. Thaleg, P. Hooking, J. Winter, R. Hoagland. One Hundred Thirty-Six Jervis Pendleton James McBride Cyrus Wykof . Abner Parsons . Phineas Codman Griggs .... Pfalters ...... Judy ......... Miss Pritchard .... lllrs. Pendleton Julia Pendleton Sallie McBride . Mrs. Semple . . . Mrs. Lipper: .... Sadie Kate .... Gladiola . . . Loretta ..... Mamie Freddie Perkins . . Carrie ...... . . DADDY LONG-LEGS CAST OF CHARACTERS . . . .PAUL NETTERSTROM . . .DORRANCE NYGAARD MR. C. RUSSELL SMALL MR. EDGAR B. JACKSON .......MR. JOHN NAY . . . . . . . .ROBERT SPARKS . . . .JAMES MCNAMEE . . . .LESLEY CHAMPLIN . . . .PHYLLIS BROWN .......JANE ORR . . . . .JANE DEMENT . . .PATSY BOYLSTON . . . . .MARY DOWNIE . . . . . .ELEANOR CULVER ..........RUTH SAGER .CATHERINE MCGIVERN ... . . . . .BETTY BROWN . . . . . Lois LECHNER . . .ROBERT FLETCHER . . . . .JANE NORMAN One Hundred Thirty-Seven I Mrs. Baxter . . Mr. Baxter . . . Williarlz Sylt anus Baxter. . Jane Baxter . . Johnie Watson May Parcher . Lola Pratt . . . Genesis ..... Joe Bullitt ... Mr. Parcher . . George Crooper Ethel Boke . .. Wallie Banks . Mary Brooks .. . One H u-mired Thirty-Eight SEVENTEEN CAST OF CHARACTERS .FLORENCE SELLERY .....SYDNEY DATE . . . .WILLIAM Do'rY VIRGINIA F LANNERY .ROBERT MERRIMAN .. .ROSEMARY PRICE . . . .BETTY SI-IELDON PHILIP voN AMMON . . . . .ALFRED BROWN . . .ROBERT SPARKS . . .CORAM DAVIS . . Q . .JOYCE STOVER . . .GRoss WILLIAMS . . . .VIRGINIA JONES "THE MANTUANH Publius Vergilius Moro ........... OLIN SETHNESS Oorntelms Ga-llus, h-is friend ...... DAVID CRAWFORD Szron, head of a school of Epicurean philosophy at Rome. . ....... ..... .......... D A vm DAVIS Students of Siron's- Alfenua . ......... GEORGE EVERETT Aemllius .... . . . . ff: :JOHN HELLMUTH Lucius.............. .......EuKURRIAN Honor:-us .....PAUL GILBERT Remus, Vergws father. ..... . .... CARLTON PROUTT Magia Paula, his mother ........... FRANCES LUTZ Flaocus, his younger brother ..... CAMERON BROWVN DLIARGEL SMALL Sabina Paula, a country girl. . . Gains Asinvius Pollio, Govern-or of transalpivze Gaul. .......... , ........... ALLEN PHXLBRXCK Claudius, a war-veteran ........... JOHN DERNEI-IL Bolus, another veteran ............ ATOM CHISTIE Octavian flater Augustus Caesar! ........... .....................-.PHILIP vON AMMON Lucius Varus, a tragic poet ........ IIARRY KINNE Varius Rufus, an epic poet ..... ....... F RED LIND Gytheris, a comedian and courtesan .......... ..........................VIRGINIA PRESTON Maevius, a minor Augustan poet ...... BILL HEALY Maccenas, a Roman- knight and. patron- of liter- ature ........ . ............... GORDON CUTLEP. Terentia, wife of Maecenas. I ..... ALICI-I CONHAIRI Lucretia, friend of Terntia- ......... CLAIRE SIMON Scribonia, second wife of Octavian ............ JANE MESS Qnintus Horatiues Flaccus ......... GERALD PARKER Julia, daughter of Scribonia and Octavian .... LUDWIG Lima, third wife of Octavian .... HARRIWT YVEBSTER Octavia, sister of Octavian ..... . .... JANE NORMAN Marcellus, son of Octavia ......... JOHN CHAPMAN Seartus Propertius. a young poet.. .DEXTER MARTIN Hostia f"Cyntl1iaI"'u his mistress. .PATSY BOYLSTON Tuoca, poet and friend of Vergil ............. ..........................LAIIRERT MIAGUIHE Pharnaces, co-url physician, ....... DAVID CRAWFORD Ant Innkeeper of Bruurlisium ..,....... TED WACHS His-wifr........... ..... .. ......-TEANINIECK A messenger . . . . . . . .PAUL GILBERT DR. SMALL Great credit is due the Latin Depart- ment for this unusual production celebrat- ing the Vergilian Bi-Millezzizlrrz. Our? IIlUIfIIi'l'1l Thirty-.Vine Marion Nehlvmnn Sally Kricbrl Philip Von Ammon Do:-rant-e N!I!lrun'rI Dr. Sumner. .. Budd ....... Preslon de lf'itt .... Emile. . . Hartley. . . lllr. Slone. .. Virlginia. . . . "THE BOOMERANGH LIST OF CHARACTERS for SENIOR PLAY Ruth Offner John Ilurdmx- DORRANCE NYGAARD ' ' PHILIP vox AMMON DAVID CRAWFORD ' ' JOHN BARDEN HENRY FOSTER ' ' ' BILL RACINE DAVIS LOTT ' " OLIN SETHNESS . . OAKLEY JENI-is . . ...... BUD HOW'ARD SSALLY KRIEBEL ' ' QMARION NETTLEMAN RUTH OFFNER """' SALLY CLARK Loursxz WAGNER MARTHA JANE FORMAN HARRIETTE WEBSTER THEDA CHILDS SCONSTANCE ADDENBROOKE ' ' QMARY JEANNE TANSILL Grace. . . - . fl-farion . . . - . Geftrude. .. . . . . . . Mr's. Woollbrizlgv. . . . Our: Ilurzdred Forty First Row: S. Kriebel, R. 0lTn,cr, P, Boylston, L. Goldstein., M. J. Tansill. 'Second Row: G. Boylston, J. Burden, G. Finlayson, Mr. Cwrpenfter, J. Howe, H. Middleton, H. Kin-ne. , ECHOES OF' I 931 The editors of the 1931 Echoes have been confronted with as hard a task as any of their predecessors. The so-called "depression" has precluded any attempt to lavish- ness. The book has been kept as cheap as possible. The editors-in-chief and most of the staff this year are Seniors! To the under- classmen, we leave this record of their school year with the hope that in the years to come they remember their friends of the Senior Class of 1931. , JOHN BARDEN, f - GEORGE BOYLSTON. One Hundred Forty-One First Row: L. Krupnick, E, Anderson, P. Dubsky, R. Jackson, B, Sunrllof, L. Goldstein., QJ. Kingery B. Buckett, J, Duncan-Clark, M. J. Curtis, D. Lott. Second Rolo: B, Greenlully, J. Yost. A. Altsclzul, H. Putt, JI. Jllillcr, H. Webster, V. Rieth-cimlrr, M. J. Rich, J. Norman, E, Moss, Third Row: J. Strauss, B. Honrard, B. Hutchin-gs, B, Kidd, H. Kinne, J. Borden, J. Hzbks, W. Kus E, Mancinclli. NEWS FLASHES .u .v The New Trier News Flashes was started in January, 1931, with one column in the local papers. Lois Goldstein for several months was the only reporter, but later Phyllis Dub- sky, Sylvia Boynton, and lylary Jane Curtis offered their able services. The staffifias now increased to thirty peo- ple and from one column to two and a half pages. It is puiblished by Lloyd Hollister and printed in the Glencoe News, VVinnetka Talk, and VVilmette Life. The column was started mainly with the idea of arousing school spirit and replacing the New Trier News One Hundr cd Forty-Tico to a certain extent. For two years now New Trier has been without a school paper. It is hoped as a 'result of the News Flashes a campaign for a school paper will be started and will be under way before this year closes. The Editorial Staff is composed of the following: Editor-in-chief, Lois Goldsteing Editors: Jean Duncan- Clark, Betty Buckett, Bill Kidd, L. Krmpnick, lylary Jane Curtis, Jack Kingery, Phyllis Dubsky, Hat Web- ster, Bill Sundlof, Dave Lott, Jane Orr, Ruth Jackson. i First Row: Mr. Reiley, D. Wachs. Second Row: D. Nygaard, O. K1'c'mcr. 4 p ORATORY Oratory, begun two years ago under the capable guidance of lVIr. Reiley, has assumed an important position in extra-curricular activities. This Year the work was greatly handicapped by a lack of veterans. None ohthe ora- tors had had any previous experience. ,In spite of this handicap New Trier made a very commendable record. I The first contest entered iwas the Union League at Morton. Dorrance N ygaard represented New Trier. Each contestant spoke about the ideals of George Washington and their ap- plication to modern problems. ' In the Daily News contest, for which the prize is a trip to Europe and five hundred dollars, Dan Wachs was our representative. Entrants chose a phase of the constitution as their subject. Our representative spoke on John Marshall's interpreta- tion of the constitution. In order to increase interest and give' practice in oratory a prospect con- test has been organized. ,The con- test is open to Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen. The Junior candi- dates are Jack Broad and Cameron Brown. Sophomores: Bruce Ellison, Cynthia Holmes, William Moffet, Sally Romig, and Bob Thorsen. The Freshmen entrants include Gross Williams, Mable Page, Mary Louise lVIOrreau, Virginia Raclin, George Maxwell, and Don Easterburg. This contest is expected to stimulate great interest in oratory and to make cer- tain that there will be veterans for the coming year's work. Oratory is fast assuming its de- served place in school activities and, with veterans assured, next season will be even more successful than this year. One Hundred For ty Three First Row: J. Curtis, J. Griffith, A. Puncoe, Mr. McLean, M. Cobb, T. Antrim, L. .UcQui1'e. Second Row: W. Klein-, W. Freemrm, B, Smith, R. Livingston, P. Nettefstrom, D. Nelson, A. Acker 1lll111, DEBATE TEAMS New Trier's debating schedule this year consisted of the following de- bates: lVIarch 13, Aurora, lVIarch 27, Morton, Maine, May 8, Cleveland iHeights, Ohio. This debate with Cleveland is t-he fifth meeting of the two teams. The Kuppenheimer cup, awarded to the Winning side, has been won by New Trier three of the four times. Cleve- land was champion of the Ohio-Erie League each time New Trier won. The subject of the debates was: Resolved: That chain stores are detri- mental to the best interests of the American Public. The members of the Negative Team wer-e Captain Paul Netterstron, Robert Livingston and William Free- iman. Tom Antrim took VVilliam Freeman's place in the llflorton de- bate. The Negatives were composed of Captain Don Nelson, Albert Ack- erman and Lambert Maguire. William Horsting, Margaret Colb, Ada Pancoe, John Curtis, and Royal Martin also did excellent work. John Griflith was Freshman Alternate. One Hundred Forty-Four The Forensic Board consisted of Ernest Enchelmeyer, manager 5 Bar- ton Smith, assistant managerg Betty Buckett and Leonard Krupneck, so- cial chairmeng James Will, publicity manager. The Gavel Club, sponsored by Mr. MacLean, was organized to give prac- tice in debating and extemporaneous speaking. The officers are Lowell Comee, presidentg Lois' Goldstein, vice-president, and john Curtis, sec- retary-treasurer. In order to become member of the club, the candidate must make a try-out speech, accept- able to the organization. The Spring Frolic held under the auspices of this club llflarch 27, was an unusual suc- cess. Those whose debating is of a supe- rior quality are elected to the National Forensic League, an honorary debat- ing society of more than three thou- sand members. The present members are William Freeman, Lowell Comee and Allen Philbrick., It is the aim of every debater to' belong to the Na- tional Forensic League. ' Q. A id nfl, LENS CLUB The Lens Club is one of the largest clubs in school, having an active mem- bership of over sixty. It 'promotes interest in photography by having its members turn in snap-shots at each meeting and by putting these snap- shots on exhibition on the bulletin board. The officers of the Lens Club are Elwood Mons, Presidentg Patsy Boylston, Vice-Presidentg Betty Ket- cham, Secretaryg Henry Foster, Treasurer, and lylr. Herron, sponsor. Lens Club meetings are held twice a month. Several times this year the club has been entertained by movies taken around school, Color movies, and short films which the club rented. This year the Lens Club started work on an all-school movie. The amusing scenario, written by Fred Wetterer, concerns a high school girl and her boy friend who is jealous of his rival. The scenes are all laid in and round New Trier and the actors and extras are New Trier students. It is hoped that this amateur movie, a difficult and enterprising undertak- ing for high school students, will be presented to the students in June. On January 24 the Lens Club had a winter picnic at Deere Park. There were many opportunities to take ac- tion pictures. Members enjoyed bob- sledding, tobogganing, and hiking to the utmost. Hot dogs and burnt co- coa refreshed the weary photographers. Any New Trier student is eligible to the Lens Club if he is interested in photography and is willing to take pictures each month to hand in as evi- dence of his interest. One Hunrlried Forty F210 I . . , COMMERCE CLUB: BUD JOHNSON .................... .... . .President AGNES HALLEX' . . .. .Vice-President CHRISTINA LIND . . .... . .Secretary EARL PETTINGER . . . .... Treasurer CHESS CLUB: EUGENE HILDEBRAND .......... ...... P resident JOHN CHAPMAN .... . . . .Vice-Presidenz CLARK GAPEN ...... . ........... . ........ Treasurer One Hundred Forty-Sim ,wj,x,f" DEBATING CLUB: V i.3691"f'!N Lowsu. COMEE .......................... President ' . RUTH' JACKSON .... . .... Vice-President JOHN CURTIS ..... ....... S ecretary FORIENSIC BOARD 1 1 T-slbft -,f:,."4f One Hundred Forty-Seven DOMECON : IVIARGE SMYTHE ,.............. ....... P resident MARY JANE RICH. . . .... Vice-President JANE SPINNEY . . . ..... Secretary BETTY BUCKETT . . . . . .Treasurer FRENCH CLUB: FRANCES LUTZ . . . .... .... P resident MARGARET GOULD . . . . .Secretary LOUISE V ARNEY ......................... Treasurer uf One Hundred Forty-Eight MW .Aki GEOLOGY CLUB: PAUL N ETTERSTON ....................... President THEO ROBERTSON . . . ..... Vice-President FRANK POLZIN .... , ..... Secretary GERMAN CLUB: GUSTAV LINK ..... . .......... . . . . .... Presideni RUTH IVIOLL ...... .. .... Serretary GERRY SCHNUR ............. . ........ . . . .f1'r-easzu-er One Hundred Forty-Nine SPORTS CLUB: Huco HARTNIAN ................ ...... P resident TED BUCK .......... . . . Vice-President NORMAN BRUEDIGAN . . . . . . .... Secretary JACK DURHAM . .... . . .Treasurer STAMP CLUB: N HERBERT LILLY ................. ....... P resident JOHN DERNEHL . . .... Vice-President SIDNEY DATE . . . ..... Secretary BARCLAY JONES ............ . . . Treasurer One Hundred Fifty. . N. T. O.: V s. 4' 'ff-,.f DAVE DAVIS .......... ..... ...... P r esident PAUL N ETTERSTROM . . . . .Vice-President STEPHEN BROOKS . . . ..... Secretary RADIO CLUB: JOEL DICKINSON .. ...... President Bos SHABINO ...... .... I fine-President HENNING JANSSEN . . ........ Secretary JIM RICKS . ........ . . . . .Chief Operator One Hundred Fifty-One . C:-13 RIFLE TEAMS RIFLE CLUB: GERALD PARKER ................ ..... Q . .President LESLY CHAMPLIN . . . ..... Vice-President BILL SMYTHE ...... ....... 7 'reasurer CLINTON DEMMON ....................... Secretary One H undrcd Fifty-Two SERVICE CLUB: VIRGINIA NELSON. .............. g. .... President META NIIILLER . . . . . . . .Secretary HEALTH COUNCIL JP A J' One Hundred Fifty-Th-ree SCIENCE CLUB: PAUL GILBERT ................... ...... P resident DAVID CRAWFORD . . . . 4 . .Vice-President EDITH GREEN ..... . .... Secretary SCRIBLERUS: SYLVIA BOYNTON ............... ........ P resident ELLEN SAGER ..... .... 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Coo1ey's Cupboard ................. .....-- - - . . . ., . .,. . , . De Nelda- Beauty Salon .......... .- ....... Duncan Studios- ...... 1 ....,,........ Dutch Mill Candy .............,. ,..,..... . . . E Eckart Hardware Co. ....l.. ...... ... ........ . ' F First National Bank, NViln1ette ......... V G Glencoe State Bank ........ .............. H Herbst, Grace ........,............,.,.............,......... l ..,.,. Henry's Electric Shoe Repair .... ...... Heartllstone . ......................................... . ' I Indian 'Hill Drngs and Gifts ....... Q ............,. King Lumber Co., XfV.l O., ,... 1. ....,.. L Ley-Cross Printing Co. ...,... .... I Linden Tea Room ...... 1 ........ Linden Crest Garage ...... ....... M Millen Hardware Co. ...... ...... . Motor Service, Inc. ...... . 174 181 175 163 175 171 17.3 159 166 171 173 168 174 163 174 186 159. 178 179 166- 171 174 170 One Hundred Fifty-Seven INDEX TO ADVERTISERS-Continued N North Shore Laundry ..... ........ --------- O O'Brien Lumber Co. ........ ........... .... . . . ----"-- Odhner's .................,....,...., ........., ........... P Porter's Electric Shop ...... .................... .......,...., R Rapp Brothers .................. ........................ . ..... .... .... ---.-.. - - Rensch Fireproof VVarehouse Storage .................................. V .......- . Ridge Avenue Pharmacy ....................,...... ..- ........ s ........... , ........... ............. Robbins Mfg, Co, ,,,.................................. - ................... ..... .......... ......... . . Robertson Products Co., Inc., Theo. B. .s ...... .......... . S Skokie Motor Company ....................... -...-.... Snider-Cazel Drug Co. ..s ...........,...... - .,.......... . ......... . Spies Bros., Inc. .............................. .. ...... . Standard Photo Engraving Co. ......... .......... . State Bank of Winnetka ........................,... ............. T Thal, Elsie ...,.................,. - ........ ..-.--..... Theatro del Lago .......... ......... Terminal Hardware ...... ....... ......... I W Waglicr Sz Sons, Edw. C. ..................... ........ . Wersted Motor 'Company ........ ....,..... ----------- Wilmette Beauty Shop ............. ------------ VVilmette Music Shop ........................... ......... Wilmette State Bank .......... , ...................... ........ ......... Xvilmette Stationery and Gift Shop ..................... ......... Wilson Bakery ............... - ........ - ..............,................ .. ... ............. ..... - .......... . Winnetka. Coal-Lumber Company .,........... ............ 1 84- Winnetka Trust and Savings Bank ........... ...i.......,..... Winnetka Motor Co. ................................. ........ . Wolf-Griiiis Hardware ............................,...... ............. Z Zick Sz Co., G. L. ......... ..,............,.... .......... . 177 161 183 170 166 168 168 159 163 168 170 184 160 159 161 165 184 161 L84 173 183 173 166 161 186 170 183 175 175 . E Ono I-Iundrqrl Fiijty-Eight check book blo'H'erv CIS nflldcl hsauly salon psvmananl' waving marvoelling 'flngsr' wavmq 'Facials sxpcrl' hair' cu+Hn9 I65I sherficlan Pd mnfalago building :I WIImBI'I'6 li-576 STATE BANK OF WINNETKA CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS OVER SI 75,000.00 A STATE BANK - A TRUST COMPANY Established I909 iii' A STRONG PROGRESSIVE BANK READY TO SERVE YOUR PERSONAL NEEDS Compliments SCREEN S of I ' Are on 80W of the North Shore MR' AND MRS' Bi- Homes -1 II We make both Wood and Metal Ca1'A1ba'1Y 2600 INDIAN HILL DRUGS AND GIFTS The Robbins Mfg. Co. l80l North Central Park Avenue CHICAGO, ILL. 454 Winnetka Avenue WINNETKA, ILL. 0 H ldflld Fifty-Nin E1 General Office MT .Ar YDQDBTIMPDIW Hg' Y ..,,......-..... T gi! Prnnfind Denartmont A Q - 313 CJ' H5lfiorHE EQhin if Rourin 6Blockin P" g2Q Devmm-:ni Defgrffnenf g. One Hundred Sixty XVHEN IN NEED OF FINE CANDIES CALL DIVERSEY I770 HOMEMADE PIES Delicious Buttery Cakes if BREAD OF SUPERIOR QUALITY Edw, Wagner 85 S9115 For These end Mehy Other WHOLESALE Delicacies See CONFECTIONERS THE 617-621 W h A e CHICAGO 6 WILSON BAKERY lf 1 I62 Wilmette Avenue SERVICE AT CNCE Phone 414 LS IE HAL WALNUT MAHOGANY 565 LincoIn Ave. Nvinnetka l780 it-Q - gg .. TI-IE Wherever You Go for Your Summer Holiday . . . to the seashore . . in a small country village . . . up to the mountains . . . or if you stay-at-home and play golf, tennis and attend the summer activities at your favorite country club You Can Find Your Every Wardrobe Need Here 0'BRIEN LUIVIBER CG. 2639 So. Damen Avenue Canal 2346-7 o 1111511106 I-IEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR GRADUATION DAY Theo. B. Robertson Products Co., Inc. ' Manufacturers of SOAPS--CLEANERS--DISINFECTANTS--BRUSI-IES ORIGINAL 20th CENTURY SOAP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ST. PAUL, MINN. LOS ANGELES, CALIF. - O O I 'Q' .IF Y 5- I GRACE HERBST ff A 5 y. Y Je?-. X, Y I 2 I' fin f if ow ' ' 2 INTERIOR DRcoRAT1oNs AND 5 I 5 We encourage the 5 development of your 4 E beauty, and teach ! A you to enhance your L W 3 attractiveness. 3 Intriguing Gifts I For the 'gh' . .., s, . 0.51. Graduate .. - ' , I Q QBEAUTY 563 I..1ncoIn Avenue Telephone Winnetka IBI I WILMETTE Aves: PHONE SUITE a QWIQQSQTE U OH1ltTl l Page 16 Red. Round one. "Sammy." Jane is puzzled. Loafer. Don't feed the monkeys. Oh, girls! Page 18 "Dee-dee" and "Chi." Polly and Phyllis. Attention. Sally, Dot and Sue. just a couple of "big shots." Sweet, aren't they? New Trier chorines. Unspeakable. Page 24 "Cris" and Jack. Trudy and Bill. Drag. Damned sissy. Sewed up. llflary and Jack. VVhat a man. Red and Phil. Page 30 Pepsodent. Hurry or they'll be taken. The boy athletes. I refuse to comment. Just a couple of SNVEET kids Clyde O. Stand on your own feet. That's tough, Jane. One Hmulrvrl Si.:-ty-Four SHOWING THE YEAR'S LATEST AND BEST TALKING-SINGING AND DANCING ATTRACTIONS ON OUR LATEST DeForest Sound Reproducing Equipment TE TRO del LAGO No Man 's Land EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1931 GRADUATES OF NEW TRIER AND WISHES THEM A FULL MEASURE OF LIFE'S BLESSINGS AS THEY JOURNEY ALONG THE PATHWAYS OF THE FUTURE. -1- -:- -:- -:- -z- -SAIVI C. MEYERS. Let Us Supply Your Needs -FOR- DEVOE ARTISTS' SUPPLIES ENGRAVING, STATIONERY, GIFTS, GREETING CARDS and DENNISON cooos i Wilmette Stationery and Gift Shop I I 55 Wilmette Avenue WILMETTE, ILLINOIS Phone Wilmette 3051 RAPP BROTHERS Quality Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables and Bakery Goods Distributors of Basy Bread and Sweetheart Pure Food Products SERVICE--FAIR PRICES In Wilmette 621'-23-25 MAIN STREET Phones Wilmette 48I0-48I I-48I2-4BI3 In Winnetka 522 CENTER STREET Phones I869-I870-I87I-l872 DUNCAN STUDIOS 576W Lincoln Avenue Winnetka 2272 W? INTERIOR DECORATIONS OCCASIONAL FURNITURE WEDDING GIFTS BRIDGE PRIZES LINDEN TEA ROOM 4I3 LINDEN AVENUE Wilmette I824 We serve a delicious Chicken and Steak Dinner on Sunday for 3SI.00 7 ll Il! D O Y O U SAVE REGULARLY? Saving systematically is one reason why so many people are financially successful. You, too, can "get the habit" of saving regularly. You can start with 35.00, or as much as you can spare. Open the account with us. L' The First National Bank of Wilmette SKOKIE MOTOR COMPANY 'k'k'k Ford C A R S PARTS SERVICE 'ldvk 435 MAIN STREET Phone Wilmette 955 Phones: 3l6 and 3390 YOUR DRUG STORE Chapell's Quality Ice Cream for All Occasions Phone Wilmette 316 We'll Deliver Promptly i RIDGE AVENUE PHARMACY Carl C. Rennecl-mer, R.Ph.. Prop. Ridge and Lake Avenues WILMETTE, ILI... PACKING We pack China,, Brie-a-Brac, Silverware, Books, Wedding Gifts and Household Goods. MOVING We specialize in House to House and Long Distance Moving. STORING We place at your disposal our Modern Warehouse for the storage of Household Goods, Pianos, etc. SHIPPING We ship Household Furniture and Oflice Equipment to all parts of the world. Chairs and Tables for rent for all . occasions R E N S C H Fireproof Warehouse STORAGE 521 MAIN STREET,, WILIVIETTE. ILL. Wimette 32 University 73 I 7 0 CII Iv? HP lit Page 79 1. Oh, nurse! 2. Hilde's geologists. 3. Who took this anyhow?? 4. Big thrill. 5. Lunch time blues. 6. Potato chips. 7. Some boy Heifner. 8. These Lindstroms! Page 86 P 1 P Sweet sixteen. Two Cakes. WVhat will I say? Joe. These fellows are gyps. KI think they have a drag with the snap staffj Charlotte's amused. VVho's got the dice? Page 110 1. Gigolos. 2. Effie. 3. Bet he strikes out. 4. Hah! Hah! 5. Juniors. 6. Gee! its cold. 7. , Pensive. 8. i PrinciPALS. CI know its spelled wrongj Page 116 Campanille. Snow. C'SnoW use cryingj These must be Sophomores. Wonder what's in the package. "For I'm the Shiek of Araby." "I crown thee." fThe editors should be-with a brickj Ona Ilmulrcfl Sirfy-A me Established I 894 WINNETKA T R U S T AND SAVINGS BANK A State Bank Capital and Surplus SI50,000.00 IVI. K. Meyer, President Alfred D. Herrmann, Vice-Pres. Allen T. Weinstock, Cashier james O. Brooks, Asst. Cashier Savings and Checking Accounts Solicited WINNETKA, ILLINOIS Telephones Wilmette 2600 Wilmette 2601 NEVER CLOSED MOTOR SERVICE, Inc. J. EVERYTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE 'kink HART OIL HEAT 721 Main Street WILMETTE, ILLINOIS c. SLOWN A. B. VAN DEUSEN Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies I-Iydrox Ice Cream A. G. Spaulding Athletic Goods We serve at our Fountain the Famous S. Es' C. Chocolate and Butterscotch Sundaes Also Sensation Toasted Sandwiches SNIDER-CAZEL DRUG CO. E. C. Cazel, Pres. I I67 Wilmette Ave. Phone Wilmette 400-401 Portefs Electric Shop 797 Elm Street Jackson, Bell and Echophone Radios Thor and Maytag Washers Electrical and Radio Repairing Phone Winnetka 44 0 II 1 I I UTC IL 7 4 v I J' 153 ANU one -H-'5T:t oou.AR me us. Over IOI Tempting Varieties FRESH EVERY DAY Await Your Selection l l87 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette, lll. 284 E. Deerpath Ave., Lake Forest, Ill. l600 Orrington Ave., Evanston, lll. -AND SHOPS ALL OVER CHICAGO AND SUBURBS f' . I X7 cp EB. Eyeglasses for reading, study, street wear or sports. Countless styles of eye glasses, at vary- ing prices-S7.00 up, according to eye requirements and frame choice. We carry a most complete line of optical goods, photographic and moving picture apparatus. Almer Coe f?Company wnescnumon 'nzcusnon mms' oP'rlcnANs GLASSES l 645 Orrington Ave. EVANSTON Wilmette 4 7 7-4 78 LIN DEN CREST GARAGE T. K1RKwooD, Prop. if REPAIRS RED CROWN GASOLINE, POLARINE AND MOBILOIL STORAGE DAY AND NIGHT WASHING -H+ 332 Linden Ave. WILMETTE, ILL. One Hu I Iseivcnty-Ono 01:0 Ilumlrvrl Scrvnfy-'1'nm CONGRATULATIONS E C K A R T FROM HARDWARE CO. YOUR HOME- BANK 735 ELM STREET Q4 .- PAINTS, TooLs, CUTLERY, THE GLASS WILMETTE X STATE ' WINNETKA, ILLINOIS A TRUST COMPANY Telephones: 843-844 After Your Party I W I L M E T T E WERE GPEN BEAUTY SHOP NOON TO MIDNIGHT fend then some, 'N COOLEY'S CUPBOARD 505 Mann Street ISI I Chicago Avenue l63Z Orrington Avenue EVANSTON I I 37 Central Avenue - Telephone Wilmette 79 EW PERMANENT WAVING C FINGER WAVING 6 BEAUTY CULTURE In all its branches M. L. ADAMS A Good Place to do your BARBER SHOP Banking BIS ELM STREET WINNETKA STATE BANK Phone 409 GLENCOE, ILLINOIS SERVHQE: To serve each customer as though he or she were our only customer is the creed of the Millen organization. That you will return tomorrow and - on other tomorrows -is more important to us than toclay's purchase. MILLEN HARDWARE COMPANY I2 I9 Wilmette Avenue Phone Wilmette 3060 Expert Shoe Re-building While-U-Wait Phone 2 75 WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER if-me Henry's Electric Shoe Repair All Work Guaranteed 672 Vernon Avenue GLENCOE, ILL. OHII 1F Phone Wilmette l 83 WOLF F -GRIF FIS HARDWARE I I I9-21 Central Avenue Lawn Sprinklers Lawn Mowers Lawn Mowers Sharpened 111 For three successive years we have been privileged to produce the covers for the "E.choes." 1 Ill We appreciate this compliment and assure the future staffs that the quality of AIROLAC covers, which this year's cover represents, will always remain the same. 'A"k'ki' General Hardware Builders' Hardware Gutters, Spo t 0 Household Goods Leaky Roof: S E. W. Q CO. 5P01'ting Goods Furnaces Installed Paints' Ons Repai' Work MAKERS OF COVERS . Lawn Seeds W... Glass and Polishes Garden supplies L d P h Fertilizer , Li , a"E,,i'2,i,,,,1'C ,nsectiiidesme 320 s. Honore sr. chicago, lll. G. L. ZICK 8: CO. "The Store on the Corner" Elm Street at Chestnut, Winnetka Phones Winnetka 63I and 632 A 6 Your vacation will be quite incomplete without a PARKER PEN :Before leaving, see our large selection of Parker Pens and Pencils COMPLIMENTS OF CITIZENS STATE BANK The Bank on the Corner GLENCOE, ILLINOIS if BANKING HOURS: Daily-7:30 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. Saturday-7:30 A. M. to 8 P. M One Hufndred Seventy-F e u 1 X r North Shore Laundry 556 Chestnut Avenue Winnetka t Telephone W'innetka:602 ,aim We extend hearty congratulations to the graduating class Of 1931 KI G Quality Manual T1'a1'n1'ng Lumber NORTHERN AN D SOUTHERN HARDWOODS Air Dried or Kiln Dried 0 Write for Price List and Stock List W. O. King Lumber Co., 2701 S. DAMEN STREET CHICAGO, ILL. The Ley-Cross Printing Co. 331 West Ohio Street C H I CA G 0 T lv pleasur 5 that, specialise in printing School, High School and College Anfzuals One Hundred Seventy-Nine One Humirerl Eighty w Better Pictures Better Values Qi BERNIE l632 STUDIG Sherman Avenue EVAN STON Page 124 1. Lucky dog. 2. Playing around. 3. Dear old N. T. 4. VVords fail me. 5. lsn't love grand. 6 . Oh! the faculty does laugh. Page 131 The Lindstrom family is peaceful. Sally and Hat. Odd jobs. Now who's got a drag? Look at Babe's nose. Napoleon. CNot really?j Gordon, Bob and Harry. fI'll get killedj l like the smile on the girl in the front center. Page 132 Donald Frishie of the N. T. Faculty. VVell! YVhat would you say? Roy. Tansills. YVhat's she pointing at? Lott and "Ole" are cookies. Caught unawares. VVitt pitches a fast one. Cls it possible?l Page 156 jim has mixed the score up. If she wants a cake, Burden is around somewhere. fThis one is too funny. Notice the signs., On their toes. Freddie. Co-cap. l'm dazzled. This is a nice gang. lylore faculty. Uni' Illmrlrrzl Eighty-Tivo Z N tl f k rm rx And we agaln extend our slncere thanks to the many New Trlerltes who are our customers Your s IS an lmportant part of our business. You can always be as- sured of the latest in J ANOTHER YEAR A B d H' L ' . D 1 M H n WM . . 6 if W TAILORING Of the BETTER DISTINCTIVE. KIND Vlctor, Brunswlck and Sheet Music Wilmette ODHNER'S Music Shop CUSTOM TAILOR N79 Wilmette Avenue 1050 Gage Street Hubbard Woods WILMETTE, ILL, Phone 278 Winnetka WINNETKA MGTOR CO. Authorized Dealers Phone Winnetka 349 I 664-6 Center Street WINNETKA, ILL. On-e Hundred E hty Tl Earl Weinstock, Vice Pres. 6: Gen. Mgr. COMPLETE WINNETKA A S E R V I C E COAL-LUMBER REPAIRING PAINTING COMPANY WASHING SELECTED STORAGE COAL, COKE, FUEL OIL BATTERIES LUMBER AND TIRES MILL WORK WERSTED C geli lilgm. , ' '9 I-E521 -Efwi 823 Spruce Street ! , N ' IZl1fiQf'liklLiZLfZS WINNETKA SPIES BROS. 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