North Division High School - Tattler Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

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CULVER Vice-Principal l Caiifer Staff SEMESTER I, 19411-1941 Robert Holmes .,.,........ ' ....................... Editor Kempert Quabius ...,...v............ ....... A ssistant Editor Gloria Runge, Ruth Stanke ..,,. ........... C irculation DEPARTMENT EDITORS Literary Department Shirley Gums Doris Shabushnig Geraldine Platz Esther Schuster Marcia Miller Gloria Runge Clubs Thelma Safer Glenn Runge Jeanne Wanner Lamont Ehrenstrauss Sports ' Harold Segel J Marvin Fishman Photographer Dan Bennett Locals Jeanette Anello i Marion Church N Norbertine Mattson Margaret Gaydosl Humor N Elmer Roberts ' Eunice Dulan ' i-1--ol FACULTY ADv1slERs Advertising Clarice Eland Betty Zastrow Paul Hagensick Jane Schnackenberg Art Stefanie Schmid Eli Bornstein Kenneth Windl Ray Stollberg Typist Natalie Jean O'Leary Alumni and Exchange Ruth Stanke Miss H. Campbell Mfg. Nyberg Miss Conlan Mrs. Porter Miss Cropper Miss Roethke Miss Givan Mr. NVarner M r. Newman, Chairman ART CONTRIBU'IlORS .MMM Cover ......................................,.................... , .,... ............ Robert Kenneweg Dedication Flags ...... W .......... Marshall Stokes North Division ........,. ..................... X ........................ Gene Kuehl The Capitol ...............................,..,.................. ............ Charles Edmonds Lettering .....,.. Raymond Eckhardt, Clifford Radtke, Edward Fisk Cartoons- 1 Audrey Daud, Eli Bornstein, Robert Kenneweg, Raymond Eckhardt, Clifford Radtke, Evlelyn Fausek, Florence Schapiro. ' THE TATTLER l l 13 Graduates NATALIE ROBERTA AGRANOVITZ Science Course. French Club: Girls' Club: Leaders' Group. Huw near to good is what is fair. AUDREY ALTMANN Elective Course. Girls' Club, Spring Concert. She'll soon be "middle'aisling." FRANCES J. ARGANEK Stenographic Course. Cadet: French Club, Girls' Club, Guid. Room Mon. A shelter of friendliness. HARRY W. ASCHENBRENNER Elective Course. Aviation Club, Vice-Pres. His mind's in the clouds. BEATRICE V. BABICKY Science Course. Cadet, Girls' Club, Leaders' Groupg Loc. Hon. Rollg gflath. Club, Sec., Treasg Nat'l Hon. oc. A girl of few but meaningful words. EILEEN R. BARR Mathematics Course. Biol. Club, Vice-Pres, Cadet: French Club, Treas., Scribe, Girls' Club: Guid. Room Mon, Loc. Hon. Rollg Mas- quersg Sr. Lit. Comm, Give her a problem and she'll solve it. OTHMAR BAUER Elective Course. He held "by the right, and doubled hix might." 14 ERNST A. BAUMEISTER Manual Arts Course. Math. Club: Swim, Team. "Musrlcs. " IRANUS BEHRENS Elective Course. Biol. Clubg Mase quersg Sr. Class Play, .She rings when shes walking, and laughs when she's talking. DAN BENNETT Elective Course. Masquersg Photo Club, Pres, Sr. Class Playsg Sr. Exec. Comm., Chair, Speech Club, Pres: Student Coung Tattler Staff, Photographer. To have suth personality is a great jay. IDA A. BERGER Stenographic Course. For "Patek" sake! ROY H. BODENDOERFER Science Course. Leaders' Group. 'Torn know him, he's everyones friend, WARREN GEO. BOEHRINGER Elective Course. A man who gets around. ELI BORNSTEIN Science Course. Band Concert: Spring Concertg Tattler Staff, Art Dept. Helieatsall. THE TATTLER WALTER W. BRUNSCH Accounting Cuurse. Spring Concert. Hc'll get our rule cl'c1y 111116. SHIRLEY JUNE BUCHOLTZ Elective Course., Band Concert: hirls' Club: Sr. Class, Pub. Csunni: Spring Cuncert. A lwavunly voice fit fm fi rclcxtial Chun. MARION LOIS BURTCH Scieute Course. Girls' Atli. "NHL Girls' Club: Sr. Class Plays: Spring: Concert. Hiirk. tlic l1f:1iild angel sings. MAX M. COHEN Science Course. Biol. Club. lX'liiit ii num thinks of lll'YYlXCl-f determines his fate. ROSALYN L. COHEN Stenugraphic Course. Girls' Club: Leaders' Club: Luc. llnu. Rullg Nafl llon, Soc. A little biz of liciircn RUTH LEE COHEN linglisli Course. Caclet: French Club, Pres: Girls' Club: Guicl. Ronin Mun: Loc. llon. Roll: The Masquersg Sr. Class Play: Sr. Exec. C4-inni: Speech Club. "Tliu'rc'x smiiutliivig about a .wld1c1." DUANE P. CONAWAY I'.leurriv li-ui-ee. Thu past ix dmiug x-mir fllllwlix juxr liuqnu. THE TATTLER Graduates ALFRED A. D1oR1o lilective Course. Spring: Cmivert. Hu luis gifts huwinl ull -riiluc, JOYCE D. DUNN lilective Course. French Club: Girls' Club. Pupuluvity WCll'dCXU1'l'a'Ll. RAYMOND F. ECKHARDT Elective Course. "'l'attler," Art NYwrk. Grmitncxs maker nu wonml. CHARLES CLEMENT EDMONDS lileclive Course. Aviation Club: Fall Follies: "'l'attler," Art Vllvrk. The gift of un ix ii 'rurc mic. ORVILLE A. EGGERT Cmnmercial Course. Hc's yinglmg in p1u.ipc1xr5-. CLARENCE EHRICH Science Course. Buys' Club: Germ. Club: Math. Club: l'lwtu Club: Sci. Club: Sr. Class, Pub. Ci-nun. He know.: cxurrly ll'l'lAlI to my IRENE EICHENBAUM Steiiugialwliic Cmuirsv.-, Girls' Club: Leaders' Griuip. Sllclx our tu win tlir wiwld. 15 Graduates MARY FABER lilerlive Courw. Hand Concert. blic in the jlhur ui x14'cutm'.xx. EVELYNNE W. FAUSEK Scienre Course. l.ea:lerf' Group, 'Yfiiflfu z1'nlil1mr1 ull .ni iuullulv. LA VERNE CLAIRE FELTES lilective Cnurwe. Girls' Club. Pofmlnvxlv purwiiificml. LUCILLE E. FIRZLAFF Sleniigrapliic Course. German Clubg Girl! Club: Plnitri Clubg Spring Cmlvertg XVebster Soc. Swrut in LL sung. ELDRED J. FISHBEIN Science Cnurse. llinl. Clulig Pliutu Club. Happy mn lg funn uma I'm fruu. ESTHER FORMAN Elective Cwnrfe, Czuletz lfrencli Club: Girls' Club: Luc. llfin. Rullg Speech Club. Eruryllzmg, mul thru win' LILLIAN GALATZER lileclive Course, lliul. Club: Frenrli Club: Girls' Club: Luc, llml. Rnllg The Masquers: Nzifl llnn. Snr: Sr. Lit. Cuninig Speech Cluli. ll'x!ty and wma, und oh, rhmu wax. 16 Ciininlerciz HELEN A. GALKO St eiiswgmpliic My .. In MAX Course. Girls' Aih. l Ull Ylliv lillly. GENDELMAN Science Ciiurse. Chew Club, Pres: l.Saclers' Griiupg Illzisqiieiwz Muliuu Pict. Oper: Sr. Class Play? Sperch Club, Pres: Student Chun. huruiiil to vmvxr. JOHN GERHARDT lllective Cuurfe. ll'l1c11 he 'lnillqux up lux mind tu ilu xt, t'i Ji n i. lr. HAROLD GLICK lilac ' ' ' in e L nurse. Ruilllx' and truly. il lulmlmmiu jr-Iluw. NATHAN GORDON Ncience Course. Gym 'lezuu "XMI I NY .. Rwim. 'lean Hun' ruvmzx "Fluxl1. SHIRLEY J. GUMS Ncience Ciiurse. Girl! Club: Leml- lm 91 l'xe C im lt ers' Grfiu : , '. C, un 1 il - ller Staff, Lil. fmt iix ni ' im .elif rim lux ARTHUR E. HARDER Fri. il lrwurye. rzmitxng jclluu T H E T A T T L E R KATHRYN H. HARMS Elective Course. Leaders' Group: The Masquers: Sci. Club: Sr. Class Play: Spring Concert. Har lyric ltulgl1tc1 'ripplcd down the lmllx, GEORGENE E. HARRMANN Elective Course. Cadet: Girls' Club: Guid. Room Mon: Leaders' Group: Luc. llrm. Roll: Nat'l Ilan Soc. Kmdnuxx ix to do and my the swcctcst thing in thu Swcutcit way. BETTY HEDER Elective Course. The kind of gn! you like to meet. ROBERT J. HOLMES English Course. Leaders' Group: Sr. Exec. Cmmn: Sr. Lit. Comm., Chair: Student Coun., Pres: 'Vat- tler Staff, liditnrg Wiriters' Club, Pres.: l'run1 King. A "1ugulti1" fclloiuiulcvcr, wrtty, tmd rapalvlc. ARLINE M. IRMISCHER Stenngrapliic Course. Girls' Club. Plans: take iz lf:ttc1, Mm Irmischef. BOB JACOBS Mathematics Course. Swim. Team, Tull, tan, and tenific. ROBERT C. JACOBS l'ttmmerci:il Course. Another Eddie Duchm, we hope. THE TATTLER Graduates DORIS E. JACOBUS lilective Course. Girls' Club. Rather quiut, but i-an mrs. ELAINE I. G. JAEGER Elective Course. Cadet: Girls' Club: Loc. llon. Roll: Xat'l llon. Sufi Office Mon. Her way choir: is u in HOWARD E. JANECEK Science Course. Cadet: Leaders' Group: Movie Mach. Oper: Phntu Club: Sr. Exec. Ctllllllll Student Coun., Vice-Pres: Track HN." Such tarttcx and lct'hv1iqm'. DORIS M. JOHNSTON Elective Course. Girls' Club: Lib. Mun: Vllebster Soc. Athletic, t1T!l.itli', t1ttmt'tl1'c. LORRAINE N. JUNG Stenographic Course. Girls' Club. Pwtty and petite: no onc's quita .vo xwcut. HARVEY C. KAPLAN Eleetive Course. Band Concert: Spring Concert. Galrricl, blow tlmt hom! YALE KAPLAN Science Cuurse. Tennis Club, UN." Tennis is his 'n1ckct. 17 Graduates ROBERT H. KENNEWEG Elective Course .r1'attler," Art VVork. His will is his "forte," DORIS EVELYN KLENZ Elective Course. My rum is to please. ALBERT KNIAZ Science Course. Biol. flubg Photo Clubg Sci. Club. 'You can count an Al when you 'need a pal. JANIS KOEGEL Atli. Stenographic Course. Girls' "N"g Leaders' Grofupg Loc. llnn. Clubg Nat'l Hon. Soc. Iovial, jocular Janis. EUGENE KRASNO Mathematics Course. Biol. Clubg Math. Clubg Photo Clubg Sci. Club. Dorft tell me - I kriuw. LAVERNE A. KRUEGER Elective Course. Cadetg Girls' Club: Gym Exhib., '38g Leaders' Group: Loc. Hon. Clubg Nat'l llori. Srncg ' omm Class Plaw Pub Sr. Lit. C 3 .. j, . Comm: Spring Concert: Webster Soc 3 Valedictorian, 93.88. Conscieritious, true, and wisc4a girl we'll always prize. GENE E. KUEHL 91 Elective Course. Football "N"5 . '. Inform. Commg Track UN." Ha draws friends and pictures. 18 ELSIE LADE Elective Course. Guid. Room Mrmg Leaders' Groupg Lib. lxlong Luc. l llon. Rollg Sr. Class Playg 'l'l1e Masquersg Speech Club. A bmmie lady. SHIRLEY BEVERLY LEVIN Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg Guid. Room Mon. Shirflcy slick a friend. BETTY FLORA LEISLING Stenographic Course. Girls' Club: Lib. Mon: Photo Club, Sec., Treasg Sr. Inform. Comm, Vfho could ask for anytlu-ng marc? DOROTHY LOBELL Elective Course. Cadetg Leaders' Groupg The Masquersg Speech Clubg Sr. Class Play. Frank, friendly, and fair. PAULINE G. LOEBER Elective Course. Spring Concert. Quality speaks for mxclf. CARL LOTZE Elective Course. Football "NH: Student Coung Swim. Team "N," Capt. 'You have to be a football licro. EDWARD C. R, MANDARICH Science Course. Biol. Clubg Stu- dent Coun. Hes another Beau, Brumrnel. T H E T A T T L E R JACK W. MATZEN Elective Course. His qtuct 1cxc11 ' 1ct1lly rtttcs. ARTHUR R. MICHALZIK Iilective Course. Fall Follies: Gvui Hxbib.: Shakespeare Club: Spring Concert: Student Coun. His ctnly lun-r has xtolcn mam ri ,feminine hcttvt. HOWARD C. MILLER Iflective Course. Biol. Club: Cheer' leader "NU: Motion Pict. Oper: Chair., Sci, Club: Sr. Infnrin. Cllllllll. 'Three t'l1cc1x for our clicu1letitlu'r. ARLENE D. MUZZY Elective Course. Cadet: Girls' Club' Loc. Ilou. Club: The Masquers: Natl llon. Soc: Sr. Lit. Comm' Student Cnun. , Avltmc pussexxcs twinkling toes and jlammg tnsscx. WAYLAND F. NORELL Iileetive Course. Boys' Club: Track A A litdy's man. CONSTANCE 0'GORMAN Elective Cuurse. Girls' Club. lllnttld tl1c1c wuvc more ltkc lim, NATALI E JEAN O'LEARY Elective Course. Cadet: French Club: Girls' Club: l..eaders' Group: lute. llini. Club: Niilll llflll. Soc: Sci. Club: Sr. Class Play, Pub. Cmnm: Sliakespeare Club, Vice- l'ief: 'l'attler, Typist, l.it. Cmnm. Pruttv, witty, and wtxu. T H E TA T T I. E R Graduates HELEN LOUISE oRAvEz lileetive Course. Girls' Club. A genuine gum. RUTH PACHEFSKY lfleetire Course. llinl. Club: Cadet: French Club: Girls' Club: Luc. llnn, Roll: Nat'l llon. Sue: Speech Club: Typist, Atb. Dept: A lttippv t'0Il1bll'lllIlU1lU-ff'l'llSL'lllL'l', lwtxuty, tmd brums. DORIS PALM Science Course. Girls' Alb. "Nu: Luc. llun. Rnll: Masquers: Nat'l llnn. Sue: Spring Concert: Student Cuuu. Slic is like it fnvovitt' book of tulixrli unc never IIYUX. ESTELLE R. PERSSION lilective Course. llinl, Club: Cadet: French Club: Girls' Club: Speech Club, Sec'y. She cuniex by hu rlni1ntx "Nntc"fu1tilly. GERALDINE F. PLATZ Elective Course. French Club: Girls' Club: Guid. Runm Mun: Leaders' Group: Masquers: Sr. Class Play: Sr. inform. Cunning Spring Concert: Tattler, l,it. Staff: VVriters' Club, 'l'reas, Dnnrmg cycx tmd 'ruby lips. SIDNEY PLOTKIN Scienee Course, Sci. Club. Fltuliy rlntlict tunl tlttvtring tncx. FRANCES POLIAK lilective Course. Girl! Club: Gym lxxbib. Dt'pt'ntlt1bil1tx' Pltu. 19 Graduates LEONARD S. POPUCH Science Club. Biol. Club: Sci. Club. .lust cull mc Sammy, MARJORIE E. PORTER English Course. Girls' Clubl Lead- ers' Group: Luc. llon. Rull: The Masquers: Na1'l llmi. Soc: Sci. Club, Sec'y: Sr. Class l'lay: Shake- speare Club: Spring Clmcertg Stu- dent Ciiun. A iiatmaliicxs we ull adore. RICHARD F. PROKASH Elective Course. Shakespeare Club: Track "N" Mgr. "Pm" is for professional: "kzisl1" ix for wuultln. ANNA PSZOTA Qtenu r'mhic Course Cadet' Ger . g .1 , . , , A man Club: Girls' Club: VVebster Soc. Tiny girl with lug umbltionx. HARRY A. RAASCH Elective Course. He means wlmt lic suy. CLIFFORD G. RADTKE Elective Course. Tattler Staff. The "Cond Humovu Mlin. VINCENT S. RANDAZZO Commercial Course. A dynamo of f11c11dsl1ip. 20 MELVIN B. RASKIN llistory Course. Sr. Inform. Cmnnin. D1. jckyll UT M1. Hydc: there mfr one llc liu.m'tt1iu1.l. CHARLES F. RATZOW lilective Course, Zuxt rlfplenty. BIRDIE A. REED lilective Course. Biol, Club, 'lreasg Girls' Club: Sci. Club. As morn' :ix the day xx long. GLADYS M. REED lilective Course. Girls' Club. Gladfys thc one who lqmnus lim. BEVERLY LOU RETH Stenographic Course. Cadet: Girls' Club: Guicl. Ronin Mun: Leaders' Group: Loc, llon. Club: Nat'l llun. Soc: Plmto Club: Sr. Class Play, l'ub. cffllllllll Sr. Lit. lkfllllllli Stu- zleut Couu: Typist, Ath. Dept. Brilliant, xwect, and lllqcalmlu. FREDELYNN B. RIFKIN Elective Course. Biol. Club: Girls' Club : Speech Club. fccpcfs, cfeepcrsl Where did 3-nu get those pccpc1s7 BEATRYCE H. RIGER Elective Course. French Club: Girls Club: Speech Club. Part and puppy, slum mid xnappy. THE TATTLEH ROSE RITTBERG Stenograpliic Course. Cadet: Girls' Club: Speech Club. Love mc, low my dog. BEVERLY ROBERTS Elective Course. Band Concert Spring Concert. When with her, youhrc quita at case. ELMER G. ROBERTS Mathematics Course. Leaders Group: Loc. llon. Club: Math Club, Pres: Motion Pict. Oper Navi nfm. soc, Photo Club: sml :lent Conn: Tattler Staff, Humor. 'Thu CoiL1t'xjcstcr. YVONNE RODGERS Elective Course. "Haste makes waste" is hu motto. ARLENE M. ROESE Iilective Course. Girls' Club: Lead- ers' Group: Office Mon: Spring Concert: VVebster Soc. Tfustwovthy as a gi1l frm bc. GLENN B. RUNGE Science Course. Student Coun: 'Val- tler Staff, Club Reporter. Ha is every but a. ma-n's man GLORIA RUNGE English Course. Band Concert: Sr. Class Play: Sr. Lit. Comm: Spring Concert: Tattler Staff, Mgr. Cir. Dept: Lit: VVriters' Club. "Glo1ia."Wthc word portrays her gmuu. gisnnosity, and gcvlialty. THE TATTLER Graduates JOSEPH J. sABo Elective Course. German Club. A quietness that is imprcssiiws. LOUIS D. SADOFF Elective Course. Basketball "N"' Biol. Club, Treasg Football "NU: Sci. Club. Backbone of thc backficld. HYMAN SADOWSKY Science Course. Band Concert: Chem. Club: Sci. Club: Spring Cun- cert. Happy days Mc lion to stiiy. STEFANIE SCHMID Science Course. French Club: Girls' Club: Leaders' Gruup: Luc. Ilnn. Roll: Tattler, Art Dept: VK'rilers' Club. Her mt bcspcaks her modest, ninidcnly fhmms. DOROTHY SCHOEN Steniographic Course. Girls' Club. V'itl1out it xliiiduw of affcctntian. RUSSELL C. SCHREIBER Elective Course. Chess Club: Ph:-to Club. Fine and "dandy," MARVIN A. SCHEFRIN Science Course. 1'm in thc inoutl fm fun. 21 Graduates SOPHIE ANN SCHUEMPERLI Stenographic Course. Girls' Club: Photo Club, Sec'yg VVebster Soc. We'd walk a mile to see you smile. SHIRLEY JUNE SCHULZ Elective Course. Biol. Clubg Girls' Clubg Loc. Hon. Rollg Student Coun. She's always doing lovely things. MARGUERITE SCHULZ Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Stu- dent Coun. Delicate in form and features. FRIEDA SCHWARTZ Stenographic Course. Girls' Club. The're's grace in her every step. ALICE SHROKENTHALER Elective Course. Biol. Club, Sec'yg Cadetg Girls' Club, Pres., Vice? Presg Guid. Room Mong Leaders Groupg Loc. Hon. Rollg The Mas uers: Office Mong Sr. Class Playg Speech Clubg Student Coun. As busy as a bee, buzzing with activity. MARIANNE SILBERMAN Elective Course. Band Concert Cadet: Girls' Clubg Loc. Hon. Roll Speech Clubg Spring Concert. Two magic hands that weave a spell. DOROTHY SIMENOFSKY English Course. Biol. Clubg Cadet Girls' Clubg Speech Club. My day is yet to come. 22 AUDREY J. SPI NDLER Elective Course. Ath. Exhib: Girls' Clubg Office M0115 Spring Concert. XVhat mystery lies behind those eyes? LORRAINE STAHNKE Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg Loc. Hon. Rollg Office Mong Stu- dent Coun. Good without an effort. AUDREY E. STOLTZ Elective Course. Biol. Clubg Girls' Club. Silence is more eloquent than words. JEROME J. SUSLER Elective Course. Jerry, you 'make us merry. DOROTHY E. THOMPSON Science Course. Biol. Cluhg Girls' Clubg Loc. Hon. Roll. A sweet disposition and a charming smile. SYLVIA TOLWINSKY Elective Course. Girls' Club. A conscientious worker. BERTHA UGENT Elective Course. Biol. Club: French Clubg Girls' Clubg Speech Club. The rising sun's flush sponsors Bertha's sweet blush, THE TATTLER HELEN A. VRABEL Elective Course. Girls' Clubg The Masquersg Photo Club, Sec'yg S Class Play. All the things you do are fine. JEANNE L. WANNER l'. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Sr. Class Pub. Comm., Chairg Spring Concertg Tattler Staff. Rhythm is my business SHIRLEY FAY WEICHER English Course. French Club. When Shirley rome.: in, the fun w.ll begin. HOWARD WELDON Elective Course. Sr. Lit. Comm VVriters' Club. He ncvcv waited for the future. T H E T A T T L E R Graduates VIRGINIA E. WENDLING Stenographic Course. Cadet: Girls' Club: Loc. Hon. Rollg Nat'l Hon. Socg Webster Soc. She practircs every vntuc. MARJORIE G. WINDL Elective Course. Girls' Ath. "N"g Girls' Clubg Gym Exhibg Sr. Class Play. Spitfire! GOLDIE ZACKS English Course. Girls' Club. A 1lldlll11CCfT07Yl within. NORMAN F. ZOSKE Elective Course. Fall Follies, '36. Little, but oh, my! GRADUATES NOT PI-IOTOCSRAPI-IED BERNICE ADAMS Stenographic Course. Girls' Club. What counts with her is quality. DOROTHY R. BAUMANN Elective Course. What a sunny temperament. CARL BLIEMEISTER Science Course. Football "N." He is the "master of his fate." DORIS CHAPMAN Elective Course. Silent and serene. ALBERT COHEN Science Course. Biol. Club: Boys' Clubg Chess Clubg Student Coun. To debate is his delight. JOE H. CZECH Elective Course. He is no churl nor trifler. HUGO BERNARD DAVIS Elective Course. What has Rochester got on him? HAROLD E. DUMPKE Manual Arts Course. Football "N,' Mgr. Wfhlat-er boy! JOE FARINA Elective Course. Basketball "N." Benevolent benefactor of the basketball. ROBERT R. FEIGE Elective Course. Football "N" Writers' Club. Football or friendship-he stars in both. GORDON FIELDS Science Course. Leaders' Group. Parting is such sweet sorrow. BEN FRIEDMAN Elective Course. Why work at the world? It's made by HUW. EDITH GLICKLICH Elective Course. Happiness grows as it is given. RALPH T. GRUBER Elective Course. A companion for the Muses. HELEN A. HEFFNER Elective Course. 'Your greatest gift is yourself. M 1 EVELYN M. HILDEBRANDT Stenographic Course. ' Her face is hushed in perfect calm. JAMES F. HUGHES Elective Course. Determination and grit-that's jim. JOHN H. JACKSON Elective Course. A real Roosevelt booster. MARGARET E. JAEGER Elective Course. Girls' Clubg Spring Concert. Known for her dimpled smiles. ESTHER A. JANOS Stenographic Course. Girls' Ath. "N"g Class Play, Pub. Comm. Sophisticated lady. MARVIN KESSLER Elective Course. For he's a jolly good fellow. JEROME C. KIEFERT Elective Course. Boys' Club. An eye like Mars to threaten and command. EVERETT G. KNUEPPEL Elective Course. Thoughtful and fun-loving. DAVID KOSHAKOW Elective Course. A goal set is half of success. ERNEST KRAUSE Elective Course. The Masquersg Sr. Class Playg Stage Crew, Mgr. His world is his stage. CHARLES W. KRUEGER Elective Course. Doing his best with the greatest of zest. HAROLD C. KRUEGER Elective Course. Harold, the herald of good will. BEATRICE LEVER Elective Course. We'll ne-ver forget you. MILDRED H. LUDWIGSEN Elective Course. Sweetness personified. OWEN E. MARREDETH Elective Course. Chess Club. Life is a joyful occasion. INEZ B. MINASH Elective Course. Sluiet, but how those eyes can talk. ARTHUR MONTIBELLER Elective Course. The answer to any maiden's pTnyC1. BENJAMIN W. PESSIS Elective Course. Stand up and cheer, Ben is here. ERWIN R. PINNOW Elective Course. Merrily we roll along. CARL PORUPCAN Elective Course. Information, please. MARION J. PROCTOR Stenographic Course. Ath. Exhib: Cadetg Guild. Room Mon. Tour eyes were made for laughter. HYMAN REBA Elective Course. Eventually, why not now? MARCELLA P. REHBERG Elective Course. Girls' Club. She's so agreeable. BETTY RICHARDSON Elective Course. Forumg Speech Club. Her modesty is worthy of imitation. ELROY WALTER ROSSOW Elective Course. Chem. Club, Sgt.- at-arms, Vice-Presg German Clubg Masquersg Sci. Club, Treasg Sr. Class Play: Webster Soc. Away with books, let's have some fun. CHARLOTTE RUBIN Elective Course. Biol. Clubg Stu- dent Coun. Tall and statelyg we're proud of her. PAULINE RUBIN Elective Course. Girls' Club. She's turned many an eye in her direction. HAROLD G. RUPLINGER Elective Course. Spring Concert. "Ain't" we had fun? SAM SOKOL Science Course. Biol. Club, Treas., Vice-Presg Sci. Club. Of real merit and worth. RAY H. STO LLBERG Elective Course. Football "N"5 Tattler Staif. 'There is no such word as "can't." JOHN SZIVECZ Elective Course. Peanuts! Candy! But no gum! THE TATTLER l enior Glass gfozzors MAGNA CUM LAUDE LaVerne Krueger Eileen Barr Natalie O'Leary Lillian Galatzer Arlene Muzzy Beatrice Babicky Beverly Reth Georgene Harrmann Ruth Cohen Stefanie Schmid Shirley Schulz Lorraine Stahnke Marianne Silberman Elsie Lade Esther Forman Sylvia Tolwinsky Howard Ianecek Shirley Gums john Szivecz Alice Shrokenthaler Howard Weldon Arlene Roese Roy Bodendoerfer THE TATTLER Elmer 'Roberts Virginia Wendling Janis Koegel Doris Palm Ruth Pachefsky Marjorie Porter Elaine Jaeger Rosalyn Cohen CUM Estelle LAU DE Helen Oravez Robert Kenneweg Gloria Runge Carl Porupcan Max Gendelman Sam Sokol Audrey Spindler Rose Rittberg Evelyne Fausek Dorothy Lobell Frances Arganek Natalie Agranovitz Betty Heder .-Xnna Pszota Marion Proctor Beverly Roberts Perssion r CURTAIN CALLS By Robert Holmes "What-a Lifef, Clifford Goldsmithls rousing comedy of high school activities, was presented by the Masquers as North Divi- sion's senior play, and, for those who have short memories, it was done on the sixth and seventh of December. To Miss Halbach, the excellent director, her cast, and her helpers, go long, lasting, en- thusiastic applause. Take your bow again, Eddie Daub. You were tops as Henry Aldrich, the boy who was always in trouble. Now, when I hear the radio's Henry Aldrich, I think it's just an imitation of you. Goldsmith must have had Geraldine Platz in mind when he wrote the part of Miss Wheeler, the prim music teacher. She had Max Gendelman, who played Mr. Ferguson, detective, wondering who really was the sleuth on the case of the missing band instru- ments. 'The way Robert Buege, the janitor, ambled about no wonder that Marjorie Porter, in character-Miss Pike, was always cold. We began to wonder, however, whether the building was warm or cold, or perhaps whether they were all "wacky" when Sylvia Eizen, the gym teacher, came prancing into the principal's office wearing shorts. Everybody will remember Dan Bennett as the understanding vice-principal who fell in love with the 'Miss Shays. Miss Shays is correct, because you will remember too that on Friday night Dorothy W'egner was the charming office clerk whose duties were taken over on Saturday by Iranus Behrens. All three deserve a loud "hurrah!" Oh, yes, the girl in the case: that was Alice Shrokenthaler. She was great as the fond admirer of abused Henry Aldrich. Robert Cartwright was the big bully, pushing poor Henry around. Bob didn't mean any harm, he was just acting the part of George Bigelow. Speaking of "meanies," if the high school audience in "A" could have just had their hands on Robert Budjac, Mr. Patter- son, the history teacher, they would have shaken every date out of his head for running to Mr. Bradley, the principal, with petty complaints about-yes. you guessed it-Henry Aldrich. The part of stern Mr. Bradley was cut out exactly for August Krueger. He huffed and he puffed in a most convincing manner. Elsie Lade as Gertie, the ticket selling addict, and Marion Burtch singing "VVe Threei' with gestures had the audience in an uproar. Harold Segel was Bill, the student who saw the high school band being carried away yet didnlt tell anyone. We must not forget Henry Aldrich's mother, played by Doro- thy Lobell who did a fine piece of work in that role. Then, too, Shirley Erlich's characterization of the typical teacher was well done. Don Turek was good as Mr. Vecchitto, the father, who spent all night in the school waiting to see "hisa girla Mary." Eventu- ally they found Kathryn Harms, whose hrst name was Mary but whose color was off tone, Finally, a nod of approval to the splendid North Division Orchestra under the direction of Mr. Schmidt, to jack Cooke and his stage crew boys, and to the art department for the excellent set. All in all, it was a production which in every respect was well done. 28 THE TATTLER THE TATTLER "WHAT A LIFE COMMENCEM ENT PROGRAM PROCESSIONAL ............................................ The Graduating Seniors March ..................................... ................... M endelssohn At the Piano ............................. ........... N aomi Rudman BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET "A Moonlit Night" .................. ............,. M , L. Luvaas "Shadow March" ............................................ Daniel Protheroe BASSOON SOLO .............................................................. Gloria Runge Concertino for Bassoon, "The Message" .................... Brooks Accompanist ...................................................... Marjorie Porter VOCAL DUET ................................ Shirley Bucholtz, Marion Butrch "As I Went A-Roaming" ................................ May H. Brahe Accompanist .................................................................................... TRUMPET TRIO .......................................................... Harvey Kaplan, Max Taglicht, Ada Ruth Emde "The Three Trumpetersn .............................................. Agostini Accompanist ............................................................ Thelma Safer CELLO SOLO ................................ .......... M arianne Silberman Intermezzo from Goyescas .......... ................ G ranados GIRLS, TRIPLE TRIO "Step Lightly O'er the I-IolloWs" ............ Frances Williams "Sweethearts" ................................,..................... Victor Herbert PRESENTATION OF HONORS AND DIPLOMAS Fred W, Werner RECESSIONAI. ................................................................ The Graduates SENIOR COMMITTEES PUBLICITY Jeanne Wanner, Chairman Shirley Bucholtz MIXER Marjorie Porter, Chairman Robert Cartwright Robert Jacobs Clarence Ehrich Alice Shrokenthaler INFORMAL Howard Miller, Chairman Betty Leisling Melvin Raskin Don Turek Gene Kuehl EXECUTIVE Dan Bennett, Chairman Ruth Cohen Shirley Gums Geraldine Platz Robert Holmes CLASS ADVISER H. Clyde Krenerick M Howard Janacek THE TATTLER NORTI-I'S SPIRIT CIF GIVING Veterans' Hospital, I Milwaukee, Wisconsin, December 30, 1940.I To the Members of the Girls' Club, I North Division High School: The other day I was fortunate rd meet the chairman of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign ars. She gives four days a week without pay to visiting disabl d veterans. Her comment will interest you. She said, "I am so glad to meet you. I have been seeing those trees in the wards ear after year, and do you know all the cigarettes and other thi gs that we bring in don't compare with the trees. The men wantI the trees. They need them. The trees are the symbol of Christmas." if ' lk PH f Late in the afternoon on the daynhe trees were distributed, we took some to the so-called "ne1ivous" ward. The patients thought they had been overlooked aid how pleased they were when they saw us. We asked some oi? the patients who were up and around to assist us. Such fun as they had. :sf vs xg One patient came up and remarkdd, "Do you know I got to know more of the other patients in thle last twenty minutes than I have in the nine months I have been here. This afternoon it seemed as though I just couldn't stick it out. I sure am thankful for my tree." I wk is XI At least 975 trees were distributed. The 27 patients in the restraint ward were given fruit, cand and cookies. Thus more than a thousand disabled veterans we e remembered. Almost one-third of all this good cheer was due to the gen- erosity of the students and teachers of orth Division High School. May the New Year have as much happiness in store for you as you brought to the disabled ex-ser ice men. A very special thank-you to Mr. erner, Miss Luker, Miss Suckow and Mr. Duwe for their loyal support in this project. Sincerely you s, MA Y GEERLINGS, Chairman, co-operating with Social Service, Veterans' Administration. I 1: Pk af, P. S. Here is a letter that will be of special interest to you. "Dear Miss Geerlings: We, the p' tients of Ward 18 of Vet- erans' Hospital at Wood, Wisconsin, iivish to thank the students and faculty of North Division High Sdhool through you for their wonderful thought of us who are shut! in on this day of all days -Christmas. Words cannot express our feelings for your thought of us. We thank you with all our heargs and wish to say that we hate to part with our beautiful trees w en the season is over. "With more thanks, hoping the students realize their highest ambitions when they graduate and the faculty an easy success in teaching'the students, we are, "Your unforgetables, THE VETERANS OF WARD 18." 'ri-In 'rA'r'rL.1:n I . 29 I IEIDILIE 4 as-N .5 ., IDN . wr ... N' ff, ff - , , 9 3. gif - 5 ' ,XV , ' -f 'fa f ' f -. if- ,- f l' f V ' M S ,E-Aw - 4 FF, idx I A 3 ff fa' ' K -1- - I-JQLMES TQAVELOGUE -4 V63 1 - hm' ,1' fx . 'N , 132 al' 'vi ' 51 1 ' fj X V I me MH: l W In 5 ,. .X 0 x-Q ,,, V55 - A af Q 5 . W X 7 U '7 Ak V , -2 K GIRLS' GLs.1: 1?-46 DOLL Pl A C' "1 W , N,-. N D- LR. :" k ' k Ya! 'Hi Ha 1 mf, I :, 1 f f L KV 'WW ' INFO ' ' FHM sg,-rg, H RMATION 'HII M: CHOIR BQJGGS Tl-JE AQTIST SHOPPING 5'ggNg ,N 'W "V" W IU, lb W :Www t I ' "N Q H: 5 ,uf W" A ' 4 , 1126 lv N Q 3 lv A PM Tf N. a S 6 H WW V "X 2' V 1 18 . N. QA Y '-' 'ff N-R 1 "N f.ff":f - . gflf N .X DW xlxl' h 1 'N V U fx .. , N X If XXX- I, .l -7 J, ! 1- 5 fi " .1 511 K 'ly X ,jf N' E xva 1 I 1 A 4 iii? 51- V X R' Lf-R egg 2-Lift :E ? Jesse K.RoasR1'.s'oN DANCING A-IOQSE MAN Fbofw INDIA ao THE TATTLER I 1 I 0 I W5 ' 4 , at 2 is fXTIQA-cufffCu1af Christmas cheer is the order of business for the Girls' Club during the holiday season. As has been the custom, members of the Girls' Club distributed small trees to the disabled veterans at the Soldiers' Home. :X total of 382.00 was collected from stu- dents here at North and was used to purchase 270 trees and trim- mings. The club members and members of the choir who went to distribute the trees enjoyed the visit greatly. Round and round they go, and where they stop-. "VVhat goes round and round?" he asked. "Why, tires on automobiles," came the answer. And. speaking of tires, did you see the movie on the manufacture of tires given at the Chemistry Club recently? It was fine. And did you miss a senior farewell? The graduates will not forget that for a long, long time. To move or not to move, that is the question. This problem confronts the members of the Chess Club as they play in the club tournament. The winner in this contest will receive an award. The club members are acquainted with Mr. John Flashingbauer, the city champion chess player, who demonstrated his winning moves at a recent meeting. For interesting entertainment, visit the Chess Club. Education and success were the topics recently discussed at a combined meeting of the Boys' and Girls' Leadership Groups. Mr. VVerner addressed the group with questions and answers taken from a pamphlet issued by "Information, Please." He then interpreted the answers to the group. Looking into and preparing for the future, the Photo Club is planning its next semester's program. Among other things, it will sponsor its annual photo salon for the students at North Division. The club also discussed the photographic staff of the new newspaper. It is an annual event in the Girls' Leadership Group to have the privilege of hearing a short talk by Mr. Werner at a joint meeting with the Boys' Leadership Group in the library. Ques- tions which face everybody after graduation were discussed in his talk. Everyone was advised to keep his eyes and ears open to opportunities of today which might become valuable, take an in- terest in everything, make contacts, and have a good sense of humor. Congratulations should be offered to the cast of the German Club play presented at their Christmas party. Other special fea- tures were a solo and a duet, besides a few community songs. A hilarious time was had by all. An interesting program was given by the Shakespeare Club for the senior farewell. New officers were elected who will, they feel sure, carry on in the best tradition of the club. Are you a mathematician? If you are, test your knowledge of mathematical terms by unjumbling the following brain-teaser which Bernhardine Poch produced at the last Math Club meet- ing. Each group of letters, arranged in proper order, is a geo- metric or algebraic expression. The first letters of each word THE TATTLER 31 CAN YCDU DO IT? CContinued from page 313 form another word-a word with which you should be well ac- quainted. All right, let's go! 1. implytul 2. edajtnac 3. ertnapsos 4. ytoheshsip 5. sxreanteuo 6. mnlaimoo 7. Xoima 8. mtohere 9. geitnre 10. erlcic ll. rusd fFor the Answers Turn to Page 465 ,litlllii As the semester draws to a close, the French Club can truly say that many things have been accomplished. The singing of French songs unwittingly added new words to the members' vocabulary, while well-delivered speeches acquainted them with political and economic aspects of the old and new France. "Why, from the Forum of course!" Such was the answer of one member when asked where he received his beautiful gold pin. These pins were awarded to all who served their club faithfully and well during the past year, and are much prized by those for- tunate enough to receive them. Did you enjoy "VVhat a Life"? Have you ever wondered what happened to Henry Aldrich at art school? You'll find all the answers to your questions in a sequel to this play written by Robert Holmes. The Masquers hope to cast this play in the fu- ture, so all you aspiring young actors and actresses brush up on your dramatics. Looking over the past year, the Webster Club can face the new year with the feeling that it has really achieved something in promoting a friendly companionship among its members. The Christmas party of the Webster, Forum, and Writers' Club was a grand success. Election of new officers is now in order. "Bon Voyage." That was the wish of the Speech Club mem- bers to their seniors during the club's annual senior farewell party held January 8. The program presented by the seniors was one to be long remembered. With the going of the seniors comes the hope that others who are interested in speech training in the dif- ferent fields will come into the club to fill the empty places. True to its purpose, the Writers' Club has offered students valuable training in writing this semester. It has also secured assembly "C" as a club room which serves also as a reading room for its increased membership. Now, the Writers' Club looks for- ward to its forthcoming Valentine dance and its work on the new school newspaper. 32 THE TATTLER 1. After the tire drillq 2, School's out: 3. School secrets: 4. Walker's Club: 5. "All for one-one for all"g 6. Sr. showing graduation pictures: 7. What a Life! 8. What a Life! 9. Smiles. THE TATTLER - MUS C THE BAND The close of the semester finds the band members unusually active. On January 9, we played for the annual "open house," and shared a program of one and one-half hours with the chorus and orchestra. The following afternoon, we shared with the same or- ganizations the annual music appreciation concert for the grade schools of our district. These events were the last appearances of nine senior mem- bers with the band, and we wish to extend to them our best wishes for a pleasant musical future. For the past three weeks tryouts have been the order of the day. For the second semester the band will be organized upon a strictly concert basis, and it is planned to play much new music. We are already beginning to think about the annual festival in which we are anxious to participate, and which was such an out- standing musical success last year. ,1l.......iTi- I CHOIR Scene-in the Choir Robe Room. Robe Custodian-"Here, you, Jeanne and Shirley, hurry up wi,th.your robes. Where are numbers 58 and 477' 'ia-"Oh, Ken! Don't be so crabby. Do you realize this is the last timeiwe are wearing North's choir robes? Guess you don't know what it is to say good-bye after all these years." "Yes, and Jeanneg we sang such lovely songs for Christmas. And wasn't it fun working on that cute Peddler song? I really think our parents like that song and the tongue twister, 'Carol of the Bellsf at the open house program. Oh, here is June Shiel- manf' "Hello, Jeanne and Shirley. I couldnyt help hearing that you are sorry to leave the choir. Well, I Want you to know that we who are left are mighty sorry to lose you two and all the other top notchers. We'll never forget how you and Marion sang your solos, and I'm afraid We'll miss the sweet tenors and deep basses as well as the rich altos and brilliant sopranos who are graduat- ing." ORCHESTRA "Should auld acquaintance be forgot-U With the new year comes the realization that the Orchestra will soon be without some of its very best friends and players who cannot easily be forgotten. Most of them have been with us for their entire four years and have given much to make our orchestra a success. Now we who are left behind give them our sincerest wishes for their success in times to come. Our past semester has been filled with many pleasant programs, among the last of which were the music appreciation and the open house performance. Now we are looking forward to another semester of Work and pleasure. 34 THE TATTLER IJIRNAIBOUIS 1 S HM . ' lf gems : 'W 9 " , LAVEQNE Knusesn- reading, comic books I -JR MAH , ,, f- '- ' ? Z' 0 , 2.1. X f x W x fy ,L 5 A 7 X 'X 1 N N 1 ,.k.. Y LW 5. 'Z .-. 1 Q MQ QUERNER lgnorlng the puber- Iifijered floor-.s. .f N' fn f: , l -,,,, ,pr , Z f l . ,A fl! 'Q Q Jlaxammlr., ' ""2'::-f' I A P1-NLUD EAUSL IN bloqing 'ghe flute. THE TATTLER f f 54426 2,4 ? Ex' M' x 4 wks Q. , j ' ., lv X I X 1 ag X Vp , X 5 f vlxl ,,4 , f X X 2' if 3. f i ,,Q,'7 .P4gZ 'f 'ml Q1 -. - - Wxuvk. Wg 5 ,. - U- .:'.::- , , 5 12 , I L .... H, Q . f - ' Y ' Q .!...2f1 M Q? 5 u 4., ,... I. :fI..?.L'- ,- 2 l . ,.. 312: ' ' r l if ' 'E 6' E F kx gl ' M f Ill jg-.v:::::u ' ll ""'- -.,.. I I-JYMAN PEBA makings brisket uuifh lime GffO1'T X f lr x flfl.2i,fiff .Q , X A ll X l. ' , f uv. VX ' -N 3 a,'-.Q 5 'Ha zz ' 'G L 'z f L rp., ll Jw .X Joe Czscu-with his hair combed very 1 . GLENN QLNGE-l sl11'ing in E04 5. I Bi w ,Wulf 5 Q Y K 'Ill Lx n wx 1l Qin' ,M .rgf PQ. il fi' P l x A4' I flf x xx Ui! Ixl ff X l ll I t Gonoolv FZELD5 walking past ,. Shelf Lmlszmfslol 3- fiifzkj' n l N l X in . zffoffarlf IN.. Z fl. ,E f l I" Xj f pifk X L ,, rf? 'f ' 5 f 01' " x :fri V .-. HOWARD Mu.1.EP volunteering CAQL Lorzz walking fo replfe. wiIhou1' IVIAQGUEQITE. 35 fi Hllinc NORTH BOWS TO LINCOLN, 40-33 In a fast and furious game from start to finish, the Blue and W'hite quintet went down to defeat before an untiring Lincoln team. Outplayed in all but the third quarter, Lincoln's highly touted team could not cope with Northls offensive attack and threw up a feeble defense. It was only in the third period that Lincoln was able to go ahead, their speed then carried them to victory when North's basketballers tired. Weber was the spark- plug who kept scoring points to keep North in the game. The first quarter was even in all accounts exceptiin the re- bound department in which Sadoff, Kaiser, and VVeber excelled for North. Weber put in two hook shots, and Britton put in one to give North six points for the quarter, that is until a beautifully executed sleeper play, with Weber adding the finishing touch, made the first quarter end in a tie, 8-8. In the second quarter, two more sleepers were pulled off suc- cessfully with Kaiser and Weber scoring. Another "bucket" by Britton and a hook shot by Wichman were the field goals scored in the second period. Wichman, who had been promoted to the reserves by Coach Trythall only that week, had never been in a game before, but to everyone's surprise, the first time he touched the ball he hooked in a "looper" to win the crowd's applause. In the third and fatal period, Lincoln piled up fifteen points in rapid succession on six field goals and three free throws. Brit- ton and Weber were the only ones who could break the monotony by each scoring one goal. The third quarter ended 33-23 with North on the short end of the score. The Blue and White fought hard in the last quarter and had managed to close the gap a little when the gun ended the game. Kaiser, Weber, and Rother all cashed in the register for two points, with Beyer and Averkamp each putting in two free throws to give North ten points. The game ended with the score 40-33 in Lincoln's favor. Weber was high for North with thirteen points. Kaiser and Sadoff stood out on defense. lineups for the game: North Lincoln F.G. F.T. F. F.G. F.T. F. Britton, f. ..........,.......,. 3 0 1 Sierociuk, f. ................ 5 0 2 VVeber, f. ......... ...,.... B axter, f. ........ ........ 0 0 0 Wichman, f, ................ Kopacz, f. ...... ........ 2 1 4 Greenburg, f. .............. Curry, c. ....... ........ 6 3 1 Bennings, c. Cibik, C. .......... ........ 0 0 2 Averkamp, c. ...,.... Beamer, c. .................. 0 0 0 Schmidt, c. ..... ........ D e Makas, c ................. 0 0 O Sadoff, ..,,. ......., D zieminski, g. ............ 2 2 l Kaiser, c, ...., ........ I enser, g. .................... 1 2 2 Rother, c. ..... ........ S ileno, g. ........ ........ 0 0 O Miller, c. ....... ....... . Beyer, g. ....... ....... . Total ,,,,,.., .....,,. l 3 Total ..,................. 16 8 12 North ........... ....,................................. 8 ll 4 10-33 Lincoln ..,.,.... ..,..... ...,... ....... 8 1 0 15 7-40 36 TH-E TATTLER NORTH NOSED OUT BY BOYS' TECH, 20-I6 Resorting to a defensive style of play on North's Hoof, the Tech Cagers held the Blue and White foogwards to five free throws and no field goals. Dave Kaiser, a guar , the only one who could cope with Tech's defense, put in four long shots. Although,North couldn't shoot effectively against their opponents, they held Tech's offensive attack to six held goals without any of Tech's basket- ballers scoring more than one. Starting with the first quarter, the' contest was decidedly a defensive affair. Passing the ball backgand forth with unerring accuracy, North controlled the ball throughout most of the first periodg but whenever North attempted tb shoot, Tech managed to get the ball. Only once did North break through, and this was when Kaiser dribbled the entire lengthl of the floor to put in a "bucket," The quarter ended 6-3 in Teeh's favor. The second period was a repetition of the first with Tech domi- nating the play. Tech managed to get a field goal and a free throw, while Britton garnered a free throw for North. The half ended with the score 9-4.' T In the last half, Kaiser registered three longs in the "hoop" and Averkamp put in a rebound. Weber accounted for three free throws and Britton for one. This total bf twelve points was one better than the Boilermakers had for the same period. But the game ended 20-16 with the Blue and White on the short end of the score. 1 Kaiser was high scorer for both teanis with eight points, while Raatz was high for Tech with four. "Louie" Weber and "Louie" Sadoff were superb with their sterling defensive Work. The lineups were as follows: T North Boys' Tech F.G. F.T. F. I F.G. F.T. F. Britton, f. ...............,.... 0 2 2 Zinner, f. ...... 1 2 3 Schmidt, f. ...,.............. Kolopf. ......... . 0 Weber, f. ...... .......... P ersidk, f. ....,.............. . 1 Beyer, f. .....,.. .......... S arnolwski, f. 0 Averkamp, c. ..i.........., Raatz c. ........... ..,... . l Kaiser, g. ...... .......... V aldeh, g. .................., . 2 Sadoff, g. ...... .,.i....., T omaszewske 3 Total ..,... .......... T otal .................... 10 North ..........,...... ....................................,.. 3 1 5 7-16 Boys' Tech 6 3 8-20 SWIMMING The North Division tankers came uf against stiff competition in preparation for the Little City meet w ich was held January 15, 1941. The Cudahy swimmers outlastedl the North tankers in a closely contested meet that was not dedided until the last event. the 200-yard relay. The meet took placdat the Cudahy tank with the score, 39 to 34. The Blue Fish then took on the Lincoln swimmers at the North Avenue natatorium and defeated them, 42 to 31. Two North Side swimmers, 'Tack Feller and Bob Petelrson, grabbed firsts in the 200-yard free style and the 100-yard back stroke. The Blue and White then swept both relays to decide the meet. The North tankers went down to defeat before the Tech team, the defending City swimming champions. The meet was held at THE TATTLER 37 T SWIMMING CContinued from page 373 the Tech pool, and the final outcome was SO to 23. Earl Baum- gart, a North Division standout in the free style, captured the 200-yard event, and in doing so he lowered the time and established a new record for North. Meeting the Marquette high school swimmers at the Eagles' Club pool, the Blue and VVhite tankers swept seven out of nine Firsts and overwhelmed the Hilltoppers, 48 to 25. George Trapp and Herman Mueller made fast time to win the ICO-yard free style and breast strokes respectively. Nathan Gordon and Conway An- derson, Blue and White divers who will be definite threats in the Little City meet, took first and second place respectively. Little Davie Huth was a standout in the relay. The details on the meets: North, 34: Cudahy, 39 40-Yard Free Style: Brinza and Seed, Cudahy, tied: Gad, North. 100-Yard Breast: Mueller, N: Lepine, C: Forster, N. 200-Yard Free Style: Schaal, C: Baumgart, N: Marchese, C. 100-Yard Back: Peterson, N: Petacek, C: Frederickson, C. 100-Yard Free Style: Trapp, N: Brinza, C: Reed, C. 60-Yard Ind. Medley: Baumgart, N: Huth, N: Schaal, C. 180-Yard Medley Relay: North CPeterson, Mueller, Huthl. Fancy Diving: Borland, C: Beard, C: Anderson, N. 200-Yard Relay: Cudahy CBrinza, Hruzak, Schaal, Reedj. North, 42: Lincoln, 31 50-Yard Free Style: Pyle, L: Baumgart, N: Gad, N. 100-Yard Breaslt: Ferrerra, L: Mueller, Ng Drvaric, L. 200-Yard Free Style: Feller, N: Jacobs, N: Mason, L. 100-Yard Back: Peterson, Ng Reynolds, L: Baumeister, N. 100-Yard Free Style: Pyle, L: Trapp, N: Benzin, L. 75-Yard Ind. Medley: Ferrerra, L: Baumgart, N, and Huth, N, tied. Fancy Diving: Drvaric, L: Gordon, N: Anderson, N. 150-Yard Medley Relay: North fPeterson, Mueller, Huthj. 200-Yard Relay: North CBaumgart, Feller, Trapp, Grierj. North, 23: Tech, 50 50-Yard Free Style: Wussow, T: Jager, T: Huth, N. 100-Yard Breast: Sablica, T: Mueller, N: Williams, T. 200-Yard Free Style: Baumgart, N: Hackbarth, T: Rahoy, T. 100-Yard Back: Keller, T: Peterson, N: Potochnick, T. 100-Yard Free Style: Karpowitz, T: Trapp, N: Henschke, T. 75-Yard Ind. Medley: Rohde,.T: Baumgart, N: Baumeister, N. Fancy Diving: Pitrolf, T: Anderson, N: Gordon, N. 180-Yard Medley Relay: Tech CKeller, Williams, Hackbarthj. 160-Yard Free Style Relay: Tech fSablica, Wussow, Henschke, Beselj. North, 483 Marquette, 25 50-Yard Free Style: Duffy, M: Huth, N: Gad, N. 100-Yard Breast: Mueller, N: Frederick, M: Coplan, N. 200-Yard Free Style: Baumgart, N: Egerer, M: Feller, N. 100-Yard Back: Peterson, N: Heinen, M: Grier, N. 100-Yard Free Style: Trapp, N: Weiand, M: Duffy, M. 75-Yard Ind. Medley: Frederick, M: Baumeister, N: Kaiser, M. Fancy Diving: Gordon, N: Anderson, N: Frederick, M. 150-Yard Medley Relay: North fPeterson, Mueller, Huthj. 200-Yard Relay: North CTrapp, Gad, Baumeister, Grierb. 38 THE TATTLER .N -Wwmwwwmw . 1. Pav-OH for lunchg 2, Attention, please! 3. The bookstore line: 4, Signing up for "Thu Tattlcru: 5, Cadet on clutv: 6, A pantomime: 7. 'l'v:achcrs' lunfh hour: 8. "A" plav basl: Ntagc: 9, On with the flanfc. E TATTLER 39 1. Chemistry demonstration: 2. 'Twas a Xmas program: 3. Singfsing at North: 4. Attend- ing program rehearsals: 5. Out-of-focus: 6. To the Veterans' Home: 7. A sewing class-so? 8. Please note! THE TATTLER HU What Isn't Mrs. XYhite: "Billy, what are you looking for?" Billy: 'fNothing." Mrs. VVhite: "You'll find it in the box where the candy was." Shallow Melvin Billy: 'KI know a good joke about a river without any bottom." Melvin: "I.et's hear it." Billy: "Oh, no. It's too deep for you." A Good Idea Billy: "Did you ever ride a horse?" Melvin: "VVhy, certainly." Billy: "Did you ever ride a mule?" Melvin: "Of course not!" Billy: "You oughta get on to yourself some time." Dog Service Betty: "Say, what kind of a dog is that F" Oliver: "A police dog." Betty: "But it doesn't look like a police dog to me." Oliver: "Sh-h-h-h! It's in the secret servicef' No Fire Betty: "Does your face burn Pl' Melvin: "No, Why?,' Betty: "It doesn't look so hot!" Dick: "VVhat time is it when your watch says it's 14 o'clock P" Dope: "Time for repairing." She said: "Social scurtyf' He said: "I don't get it." She said: "You vvon't till you are 65. .i !! NVe know a man who has what it takes to make the girls blush. I-Ie's a rouge salesman. The Weaker Sex Jerry: "My girl friend is tempermentalf' Billy: "Yeh, I know what you mean-ninety-nine per cent temper and one per cent mental." Soup to Nuts Cannibal Prince Crushing inj: "Am I too late for dinner?" Cannibal King: "Yes, every body's eaten." Achy Trees Slick: "VVhy do all those apple trees bend over so far?" Hick: "You'd bend over too if you were as full of green apples as they arefl THE TATTLER 41 4 Economist Tom: "VVhat animal is satisfied with the least nourishment ?" Ned: "The moth. It' eats nothing but holes." Typical Girl Billy: "See that boy over there annoying Mary?" Betty: "Why, he isn't even looking at her." Billy: "That's what's annoying her." VVorker: "He's been sitting there all day, doing nothing but wasting time." Foreman: "How do you know?" Worker: "Because I have been sitting here watching him." Looking Troubled Asparagus: "Wheah you-all bin ?" Joe Banks: "I've been looking for work." Asparagus: "Man, yaah curiosity's gonna git you in trouble y1t." Some Wash Jerry: "Oh, I see you got your hair cut I" Billy: "Nope, I washed it last night and it shrank." How Boring VVhat is your father's occupation ?" He's a worm imitatorf' "What is that ?" "He bores holes in furniture for an antique dealer." Does your man work, Mrs. Waggs?" Oh, yes: he peddles balloons Whenever there's a parade in town. VVhat does your husband do?" "He sells smoked glasses during eclipses of the sun." "My father can sure tickle the ivoriesf, "Is he a pianist ?" "No. A dentist." "See that fellow over there? It's his job to travel all over the country." "Why? What does he do?" "I-Ie's a truant officer for a correspondence school." ts rc H H Mrs.: "I-Iow do you like the cook's new meat sauce? She says it brings out the flavor." Mr.: "I was wondering how the flavor got outf' Joe: "How are you getting along with your writing for the magazines?" Would-be-Author: "just holding my own. They send me back as much as I send them." Silly: "In the Eskimo country people live on candles and' blubberf' Willy: "Well, if I had to live on candles I guess I would too."' 42 THE TATTLER A Diplomat . x... llulmlw: Hliczlllv, lhn-11, S30 for 11 hut is the llOlSj,l'll ot txlr mx L gzmcc l" , 4 XYifcv: "Hut, mlcztr, l simplv have to look nice wlwn l :lm xx you. You :irc so clistinguislicrl looking." Clue: "Sec that chap wc just passed? Cmolcccl clouffli m him." 5 Two: "XYh:1t is hc, gzmgstci' or coi1ntQ1'fQitc1'?" Une: nlllillllll-1lL'illTCS pretzels." ffzis AES costs only Include an I. E. S. Better Sight X ber, I. E. S. Better Study Lamp 32. 95 Pa ren tsl Be Fair to your Children study lamp ftable model, among the "necessary school things" your children will need. Provide 7 if 5 5 the RIGHT light for their homework and eliminate eyestrain and fatigue so common to children who study -s. under ordinary light. Remem- Sight study f, lamps cost little to buy and to use. SP -A-40 The zlngler was trying lu explain to il fricncl such ll lish in my life!" "I believe you." szlicl his frieucl. Escaped about I1 llsh he . "f Sho 5 N Mrs.: llow clo vou like thc cook s new mczmt mutt f it hrings out thc ll:1vor." Mr.: "l was womlcring how thc llavoi' got out. THE TATTLEH almost Cilllglll. "l'll tell vouf' hc saicl, "thc lish was that long! l never bm E lllll Cap and! gown Ughotogncqp ha One Large 8x10 inch Folder -F our Proofs 32110 Six for 34.50-Twelve for 56.50 Preserve the Memory of Your Grad- uation with a Photograph in Cap and Gown. Cap and Gown Available at Studio D plicale copies of your photographs may be had I m your negatives on file. cwlonniaon .Studio Your Photographer M1-Xrquette 3793 Wisconsin Theatre Bldg. THE TATTLER it ut ,wi just Like a Woman VVife: "Dear, if you keep this car I can save a lot on clothes during our vacation this summer." Hubby: "How?,' VVife: "Well, if we go to one hotel as formerly, I'll need seven dressesg but if we have a ear, I can have one dress and we'll go to seven hotels." 5-:-:-:-:sz lzlln nuuluin i e NORTHWESTERN ' Mm' YEAR GRADUATES Beginning freshmen are Em admitted at mid-year to the following divisions of the University: Business Administration 1. Four year curricula g 2. Evening courses E. for those who are employed Engineering Five year co-operative curricula Journalism Four year curricula liberal Arts l. Four year curricula 2. Curricula leading to admission to the professional schools 3. Late afternoon courses 55555555 Registration, Jan. 30-31 Instruction begins, 1705.3 wus. for complete infwmmam. MAHQUETTE LAUNDRY CO. Fine laundering on Lace Cur- tains, Feather Pillows, Wash- able Rugs and Blankets 2401-2403 W. 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Wells Street Steering Correction BEHN AUTO SERVICE GENERAL REPAIHING IGNITION AND TUNE-UP EXPERTS 1648 N. 21st Street lnear Walnut Streetl 46 THE TATTLER H EHMMUNIIY HHNI4 ,fin I - I 1- LEl It IS our des1re to take satrsfactory care of your bankrng needs o Savrngs Department o Commercral Department o Safe Depos1t Department TEUTONIA AVENUE STATE BANK N 'rEU'roN1A AVE. at w HADLHY sr Deposlts m thrs bank are msured by the Federal Depos1t Insurance Corporahon wrth S5 000 maxunum msurance for each deposxtor MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1- 1 Y Q A 21 '51 51 E R -gtE2H!H!i:::1cg1:4:q:' farm rl WJ v, wii1"f1f1""' , -fw...har: , V M w,l!,,,,t1tfy,yzNew U Vmgvyifrfft ,.G1-5.1:-'e::':11'eI ' ,,,.-wtxivww N5,,,,,,.ll3Iwu"mH:" V -. 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THE TATTLER THE ANSWER TO MATH CLUB BRAIN-TEASER CContinued from page 32D 1. multiply V Z. adjacent ' 3. transpose 4. hypothesis 5. extraneous 6. monomial 7. axiom 8. theorm 9. integer 10. circle ll. surd RAY EHLERT SANDWICH SHOP 2730 N. Teutonic: Ave. COncord 9837 Sandwiches Fried in Butter Compliments of BURLEIGH THEATRE llillllll' FOUNTAIN The best HOT FUDGE in the Whole World, IOC A spectacular t W. Burleigh gud N. 10th St. MALTED MILK S . CREWNECK SWEATERS chwanke s 1002, A11 Wool Pharmacy Cardigan Weave - l Heavy weiqht- visit our long ribbed tails S '95 YELLOW LANTERN and sleeves. SODA GRILL , Palace Clothing Co. Cor. N. Third and W. Locust 3309 N- Green B'-'Y Ave- And the Cat- Poet: "Hear the birds singing. Mewsic? That's music." Knowit: "Yep, hear the cows lowing. That's moosicf' Puzzled: "I don't understand it. Dr. Smith absolutely refuses to prescribe for me. He started by saying that in my condition I ought to take a daily walk on an empty stomach, and then . . ." Friend: "And then what? VVhat did you say?" Puzzled: "VVhy, I simply asked him, 'VVhose?'." l- Norris: "How did you ever learn to Walk a tight-rope? Don't tell me you picked it up by yourselflu Dorris: "No, it has to be tautf' ,-l ..l. -- "Can you keep a straight face when telling a lie?" "No, .my lips always move." 48 THE TATTLER Best Wishes to the Iomuory Grcrducrtinq Class of 1941 may your future be prosperous cmd successful. f93iQQQJ. - ffflkig 92M l4Q?3529.Q lkmlik? QTO HHHS PHINHNH EH. Printing Service That Scrtisfies 338 E. Reservoir Ave. COncord 0740 THE TATTLER From the Dark Ages Mother: "XYhat were von and Harold talking' alwout in the parlor last night?" ' ,Xl1ce: "Oh, we were discussing' our kith and kin." l.ittle Sister tlispinglt "Yeth, llarold asked you if he could kith you and you said, 'Yeth you kin,." You Get a Rise "XYhy should you ride a mule if you wish In he rich ?" "Because you are no sooner on than you are lwetter oft." Maybe He Slept on His Watch .X.: "l was shipwrecked once and had to live for a week on a can of sardinesf' ll.: "You didn't have much room to move around, did you ?" Aw' GUERNSEY FARMS 3326 W. Capitol Drive Telephone Hllliop 3326 Undoubtedly many of the faculty will remember the delicious "Old Fashioned" Ice Cream Grandma made with fresh sweet cream and natural flavors. It was a treat we all looked forward to. GehI's "Old Fashioned" is made from the same old formula. Note the deli- cious flavor ancl smooth texture. You'll enjoy every mouth full. Parlcer Pens and Pencils Full rhvllllltf l:'n,gra:'nl lfrvlr Alf. lD. Fuchs, lnc. 4fc'ZL'f'fc'2'S 3279 N. Green Bay Avenue First Mosquito: "XN'hat are you so happy about?" Second Mosquito: "I just passed my screen test." Mrs.: "Horace, l do wish youll huy one of those patented inkstancls that don't spill when someone upsets them." Mr.: "Those things cost money! XYouldn't it he cheaper just lo spank the hahy?" Seeking Knowledge lithel: "l7on't you think that talkative women are the most popular?l' Tom: "What other kind is there?" 50 THE TRTTLER Get the Ax, Homer Teacher: "'l'ommie, give me at sentence using the wortl 'diu- clem'." Tomniie: "l'eople who tlrink 'corn' tliziclem sight quicker than those who clon't." Ruth l'eterson: "XYheneyer l'm clown in the clumps, l huy myself 21 new hat." i ll. Rztdtke: "Oh, so thztt's where you get them." ll. Fssman: "Mister, could you give me zt dime for 11 szintl- wich?" .Xrt xY2lL'liSI "l.et's see the sztnclwiehf' WANTED! One hundred high school graduates to enroll in our classes and thus become eligible for placement. At the present time, we are unable to meet the demands. Therefore, we urge young Women to enroll with us immediately and prepare for these ever-increasing calls for secretaries and office assistants. 168 Permanent and Temporary Positions Filled in December WINTER TERM-Feb. 3 MISS BROWN'S SCHOOL 408 E. WELLS STREET Milrquette 2582 T h e r e i s a wide range of delicious fla- . . . Properly vor combina- pasteurized. tions - bulk, Order from the packages and Gridley sales- special bricks. man or phone Marquette 7370. Giving Him Points ',l'wo youngsters were in swimming. One thrztshetl zilmout hut niucle little progress. "l ley, 'limmief' shoutecl the other, "keep your lingers together when you're swimming. You clon't eztt soup with ll fork, tlo you?" -loe ltepkziz "Did you ever iincl what happened to our oltl pal Smith, the :trchiteet?" Norman Ruehl: "Yes, he linztlly gave up :incl went on the stage." bloe Repkzt: "llow's he cloing there?" Norman Ruehl: "Oh, still drawing poor housesf' THE TATTLER 51 C g 1 1 th G d t I th "IW" LAW R E N C E TYPESETTING CUMPANY Ph DA1y 1863 319 E D 1


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