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Page 23 text:
VVe took our seats, and were given programs. We read, " 'His Only Love,'
by john Carricof' VVe looked up, and there in a box we saw the author himself.
He was entertaining his guests, Gertrude Epperson and Evelyn Singer, who, as
missionaries in the South Sea Islands, taught the savages. Behind them sat
William Plumb, a renowned engineer, he had invented a wingless aeroplane. Be-
side him was VValter Libetski, whose paintings were on exhibition in the great art
museums of the world. The party was completed by Kathleen Smith, who was
dramatic critic of the "Theatrical Myth," a paper of wide repute. In another
box I saw Corrine Wilcox, a society belleg and with her was a young man whom
l did not know. In the hrst row of the balcony, sat Max Wainger, owner and
manager of the "Unknown Stranger," a paper in which he published his criticisms
and jokes. He was with his old friend and able assistant, George Slutsky. Near
them were Norma Scroggie, Vera Eagen, and Ruth Cook, editors of various
history, mathematics, and English textbooks used in High Schools. With them
was Alice jones, who had ,charge of the educational department of the Michigan
State Telephone Company. Since she had held that position, the telephone service
had greatly improved.
At last the curtain began to rise. The scene showed the main hall of a
palace. Seated on the throne, as monarch of an Eastern country, was Charles
Ryscavage, arrayed in gorgeous robes. By him stood Otto Schultz, who con-
tinued since school-days, to play the part of messenger
After the play, we went to a restaurant, owned by Joseph Geraci. He
greeted us enthusiastically and at once began to praise his jazz band, which was,
indeed, very good. He was about to introduce me to its conductor when I found
that this talented person was none other than Russell Schultz! He led me to
a table where seated together were Doctors Rhoades and Busch, who were cele-
brating their discovery of a chemical which insured cternal youth. Nearby sat
George Michlen, whose cartoons rival Bairnsfather's, and with him, Allen Davis,
who had succeeded Mr. Lane as mathematics teacher at Northeastern.
At another table Mollie Hack was giving a dinner in honor of the fifteenth
anniversary of the meeting of Anna Hose and Elizabeth Hoga. Among her
guests were Virginia Sangbush and Edna Mroseske, joint owners of a business
firm on Woodward Avenue, and Elsie Hoschek, who taught school so well that
all her pupils received 1's.
Suddenly there was a great silence, Ella Kilburg had begun her beautiful
dance number. NVhen she finished I rose to go and was greeted by five more
friends-Ralph Schaber, a most successful business man, William Boyd, the
world's greatest football star, Edward Rutkowski, his manager, Edward Cun-
ningham, whose occupation it was to gaze at the moon through a telescope to
see if the man in the moon ever moved 5 and Anthony Lipke, who had just dis-
covered a huge silver mine. They were to take me to their club, when-
I found myself before the fireplace in my own room. Slowly the crystal dis-
appeared before my eyes. When I looked up, the Hindu had disappeared, too.
I ran to the door, but it was locked from the inside, so he could not have gone
out that way. I sat down again, pondering over the mystery when it occurred to
me that I might have been dreaming, but
"Be it a dream, or be it true,
There's a future in store for me and for you."
JOHN F. CARRICO, Class Prophet, june, '20,
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R011 of Honor-Girls
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Sylmil Cook. .losepliine Leppzl, Agnes lloseliek. Marg e nuexe Kem
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