Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

 - Class of 1928

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tice begins with Tom Farrell coaching until "Bucky" llahman tizrslies the foot- ball season at Notre Dame. XYL-dnesday. Nov. 3OfThe teachers took entire charge of the general assem- bly. Klr. XlcCally taught us our man- ners, Hr. llonm gave some pointers on sportsmanship. and Mr. llatheld on scholarship. The "Tattler" contest ban- ners were awarded to Mr. NYalker's iS. HJ and Kliss Rockwell's lil. HJ advisories. The scholarship banners went to Mr. XlcCally's tS. HJ and Klr. llatl:1eld's 1.1. HJ advisories. Thursday, Dec. 1-Senior girls' soc- cer teams played a game of soccer at Plym Fark, which resulted in a tie 1-l. After the game both teams devoured hamburgers, cocoa, and all the extras in the cafeteria. Doesn't Mr. Collisi make an ideal Santa Claus helper! Friday. Dec. 2-The girls interested met lil form an organized rooting sec- tion. Benton Harbor out-scored us 29- 9 in our First basketball game. Monday. Dec. 5-Girls' basketball practice. Dr. Burrell, of Renton Har- bor, gave the second health talk on Troudean and his work. Tuesday, Dec. 6-Mercy! XYhat ails the seniors? Uh, it's only Freak Day, but 1 sure was scared for a minute. lleclnesday, Dec. 7-l Mrfj "Bill" Mathews gave a "spec-1" on how to sing the "Loyalty Song." The band has the music and now they play and we sing. Senior class meeting to decide on the class flnver, colors, and get "Tattler" activities under way. Friday, Dec. W-We licked South llaren 23-15.'s gol The new time board is up and ready for use. Thursday, Dec. 15--A new "Moon" today. Friday. Dec. 16-General assembly. Next semester the orchestra will be a regular class with five hours credit. Sen- ior class niet-ting. XVe outplayed Do- wagiac, 25-20. lfriday, llec. 23-General assembly for a ifhristmas program. Mr. Rich- ter, Rlr. .Xnderson, Miss XVilbur, and l'l'auf- Om: llnndri-al lfxglttl Miss llammoncl-the faculty quartet- were a "howling" success. No. they really did very well. Vacation beginsl JANUARY Tuesday, hlan. 3-Back again. XVe-dnesday, -lan. -1-Miss .Xckerman told us about the scarlet fever in Niles, and how to keep from getting it. Friday. vlan. 6--"Pep" meeting. Boo- hool St. bloe. won 23-9. The digni- fied seniors are being measured for caps and gowns. Monday, lan. 9-Dr. Sours, of Ben- ton Harbor, gave a very interesting ac- count of Pasteur's life and work. Friday, lan. 13-Vile beat Three Riv- ers, 32-19. lYednesday and Thursday, Dec. IS and 19-Exams! Friday, lan. 20-Paw Paw managed to nose out 21 points to our 17. lllonday, Ian. 23-New semester be- gins. Tuesday, lan. 24-Assembly. Mr Zabel gave the welcome news that there were fewer Hunks than ever before. New library system explained. XYednesday, lan. 25-Locker inspec- tion! All books labelled at the Book Store. Harold Logan visited school and explained the possibilities in chemistry. N. ll. S. can be proud of him. Friday, vlan. 27-Mass singing, led by Mr. Richter, was the main feature of general assembly. Three Oaks soaked us 32-26. FEBRUARY XYednesday, Feb. 1-Another of the graduates talked to the chemistry classes. llenrietta Smith is taking a nurse's course. Thursday, Feb. 2-"Moon" is out. Friday, Feb. 3-"Pep" meeting. i'Foxy" XYadel and Mr. bl. D. Elder were the speakers. Monday, Feb. 6-To date there are 77 seniors, 102 juniors, and 176 sopho- mores enrolled in Senior High School. The speaker did not arrive. so, as a last resort, Mr. Zabel asked for some sing- ing which did not succeed, and then he dug up some more announcements.

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