Northern High School - Viking Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1935
Page 1 of 150
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Text from Pages 1 - 150 of the 1935 volume:
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Prmclpals Message To Semor Class
December 19 1934
To the Class of .muarx 1935
Cltss mottoes are no longer lil xogue but I should lrke to
suggest one for xour gL11LllI'ICC It IS especmllv applrcable durmg
Resolte to be tbyyel and know that be nba nd humel layer lazy
Trv to find vour xx eak poxnts as well as xour strong ones and
then dex elop your strength and correct vour xx eakness as far as x ou
lre able Aboxe all thlngs do not dellberatelx decelxe xourselx es
AS so m mx x oung peo le of todax arc doing hx assumrng x lrtues 'md
1b1l1t1es which xou to not possess Be honest with xourselxes
Your class has been a credrt to the school We send xou out
IDIO the xx orld xx1th our slncere xxrshes for your contrnued success
X erx trulx xours
JANUARY 11' 1935 JP VIKING
THOMAS I CLEMENS
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JANUARY 1935 VIKING
Mx IN L Buns
Liu. x B B xcon
LOUISE E Bun
Art Dept Head
Akcma E BXRTLETT
L :tm Dept Head
Cammercmf Dept Head
Is war. K BUGLB
FLORENCE -X BR XDFORD
Home Art Dept
VI XRIORIE YN BROWN
Moderne Lang Dept
I nglzrlv Dept
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GR xrl x Comm xr.
ALEX KNDRI x M Dxvls
Commerce af Dept
M xYnELLL A DEAN
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BIXRY A IDELUNEY
Hmftla EJ Dept
ALNHRX B DIGBY
Home Ar! Dept
NX XLTER DURRES
Hezflh Ed Dept
RL ru ELI lor
M eel em eller Dept
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JANUARY -ff. 1935 -fr VIKING
FIORENCE S GREEN
Lu Ll KN S GVNINN
Luzmmn R HALFERT
H uuue B HAYES
Bnxnx E HILI
Home Sezerzee Dept
RUTH E KINC
M etltemattef Dept
H rx RY KOLBF
STEPHEN! N LAB ADIE
ORXIS K LAWRENCE
C11 nu ES A LEINB xc!-I
Mtl1tf111 Trezmzng Dept
Lxuzm A LEONARD
Cn XRLES S LEWIS
CRETCHEE K LUTZ
Moe! Lung Dept Head
FR mcss M LxoN
hum mn I MCR W
Heuftll Ed Dept Head
BERrH x F MAIONE
Moderfz Lang Dept
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LLOIS F PIUMB
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Hefltlr E11 Dept
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Mad Leng Dept
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M mc, XRET S SCHMIDT
M mic E SLHMIDT
L xun x Sa XRLE
Mlzftc Dept He ed
HENRY L SIMPSON
Hzrt Dept Head
ILOREINQE M Smlrn
M uw R SNELI
I ommern ff Dept
FR unc I SOLAR
ivvx G Sowmav
.Ypeeeb Improvement Dept
Eu ENE Swan!
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M :tl emtltlrx Dept
xwar C THORPE
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Home Art Dept
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Home Art Dept Head
JANUARY 1935 VIKING
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Mdfbfltldflff Dept He 111
Louise E XX xRD
Ronsnr E XX XRNER
E E XX nuns
Mat! emeztzef Dept
F1.oxD XX HITHER
Eaztgfzrf Dept He Id
Tnoxms C XX runs
Merit mme! Art Dept
'Xnmsox X XX ILSONI
HELEN XX OOD
Xin E ZINCR
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Mr Labadre s Farewell To Semors
'Vlembers of Jammrx Gratlu.1t1ng Class 35
Let me eongratuldte wou on haxmg re tched the end of your
h1gh school yournes If vou are to contmue sour traxels 111 the
educauonal world or enter the turmo11 of busmess or enter the
arms of the un emplox ed remember xou can be of great xalue to
xour assoclates emplox ers or the commumtx 1n whxch xou llxe
bw glxmg them the same rourtesx and helpfulness that xou hue
glxen to me Ahoxe All he honest and truthful
I hope I mas see xou xll 1n the General Motors ballroom on
Januarx 11 35 and it other future -Xlumn1att1x1t1es
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Max Kh1S Y1k1ng sym
bol1ze to you pleasant mem
or1es of Northern H1gh 1fS
facults 1ts students and
the 1deals for whlch
stands We hope that these
mernomes wlll be a n
sp1rat1on to xou 1n later
Good Luck Sen xorsl
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The Compleuon of thrs
V1k1ng 1S a source of great
pleasure to me I wlsh to
Vlklflg Staff for thexr splen
d1d co operauon
behalf of the
EDWARD H Gursors
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To vou graduates of the Class of anuarv, 1935 we the Northern I-hgh School
Alumm ASSOC1dI1OU glxe a warm and tordlal welcome
Xou haxe completed xears of arduous studs that were coupled w1th 1nt1mate
assoc1at1ons w1th vour sehool, vour teachers and your Classmates These asso
You know that there must he some means wherebv the graduates of Northern
I-hgh Sthool mav meet and tarrx on former comradesh1p Th1s IS emhod1ed 111 the
The AlL1I'I'1I11 ASSOLIHIIOII sponsors manv gathermgs 111 the hopes that the grad
uates not onlx Contlnue the1r former frlendshlps but make new acquamtances I
these act1x1t1es we put forth our unt1r1ng efforts for the furthermg of soC1ab1l1tx , but
xuthout xou, our a1ms could not he fulhlled
After you have been graduated, lf 1S our hope that vou become HCIIXCIV lnterested
111 the Alumm ASSOCI mon and derne as mam pleasures as we hope X ou do
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St Martms Hugh School Ba
Ridge Hugh School
Great mm have purport:
GARDNER T MACKIN
Men of fcw wordf ar: the
Hutchms Intermedlate House
A wall made man who ha:
a gooa' detcrmznatzon
Vars tv Rifle Team Ofhcers
Club Prcsldcnt Rldlng Club
President Awarded Best Olhcers
or-IN B MAHLER
Laugh and live, ar youth
Vlkmg staff House Basketball
The .ft1ll, :mall volt:
Thu 1: a man
Luerman Club House Basketball
House Baseball Business ln
Action u eloqumre
Hutchins lntermedxate House
Basketball Llnden Hall P
Character 1: higher than
Hugh School of Commerce
The pen 1.r thc tongue o the
Llght Cofdltor Vnkmg
Bovs Sports Editor Lxght
Sports Editor Umverslty of
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CHARLIS D X111 xnows
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Her vozce II ever mf gentle
Light staff House Basketball
Inter Nos Glee Club
K eminem: xx we rdom
Sherrard Intermediate Golf Ger
man Club Detroit Business Um
AJ large a.r 11 e and tufzce
To believe in the heron:
Hutchins lntermc'lxate House
Basketball Y lkmg staff
HARRY M NAYER
One 0 Nature 1 mafter ul
11A Class President Torch
Bearcrs Viking Humor Ed
:tor House debatmg
A renrzble, uell bled man
Sherrard Intermediate Chess and
Checker Club House Baseball
ENNIE NANCY NOBIL1.
Her eyef are the home 0
errard Intermediate Ellen H
She will attazu Juceeu
Durfec Intermediate German
Club Glee Club
The joy 0 Joutb and
bealtb her ge: displayed
Oometrage Players l-mancc Com
mtzee 11 virtue the
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" f ,, ' f is 'Af A A ' ef
A .fame of rzgbt uppermaxt
A polzrlonl gentleman
Hutchins Intermediate Chess and
Checker Club Chemlstrv Club
Ml hlgan State College
He 11 re rumznt upon
Sherrard Intermedxate House
Baseball House Basketball House
He bore hu banner to the
Varsity Tenms Torch Bcarers
Socxal Commxttee House Basket
FRANK ACK PETROSKI
A: cool ax a mcumber
Sherrard lntermeslxate House
Baseball House Swlmmmg
Page Forty five
Pence 1: always bmutz ul
Glee Club House Basketball
Scrnbo Club German Club
The noblest mznd the
but contentment ba:
Qherrnrd lntcrmedmat Inter Ixos
Detroit Business Unlvcrsutv
Her heart wus nz her work
She rartl Intermediate
MARCIA BELLE RANNEY
The ttyl: 1: the woman
Golf Team Captain Northern
Lnrls Club Mlclngan State
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A Tweet, attractive kind o
Hutchins Intermediate Vlkmg
staff House Commxttee Detront
LOWELL H F
Endurance If the crowning
Memo nal Commxttee House
Light staff Commerce High
School Business College Nlmers
ville Pa High School
DAVID B REISMAN
In wrt a man in .rlmplzclty
House Basketball House Swim
mmg House Boxing House
Wzrdom of many and wit
Semor Orchestra House Baseball
House Basketball All-Cntv Or
met and ,yet a.r cheer ul ar
Varslty Hockey House Basket
ball Vlayne Umversxtv
Faith ul af the Jun in the
elferson Intermediate Detrolt
MARTHA RosE RITTER
I am a part of all I have
Let the rut of the world ga
HELEN E ROBBINS
In ramlng an arlut, art
bath tlnu decreed, to make
.rome good, but other to
V1kmg Art Edxzor House 327
Treasurer Torch Bearers Com
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Hutchnng lntcrmcnlutc lntcr Nm
blcc Club Detrtnt llusnncn
Ko qllflf dfld I0 Jul!! ll
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Hlgh School of Commcru:
Housc 327 Sccrctzn Spanish
Club Prcsldcnt hiking bull'
FREDA FRANCES RUBIN
A wwe girl and 4 good
Hutchms Intcrmedlate ln cr Nos
President berman Club Business
Louls LLOYD RUBIN
The heart to concewe the
undentandmg to direct and
the band to execute
House hlhltlli 'Vlanager Phvalc
Club Chess and Chcaket Club
Page F orly seven
SARA LEE RUBIN
She um' a maiden bright
Hvuac Commute D lrmt Bus:
new l nlvcrsltv
A tender heart, a will
Hutthms lntermc.ll.It: Inter Nos
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are :mn Jepalated
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1 Jack Schlesmger 4 H1ld.1 Shoob 7 Betts NIIIIOU 10 Esther Lex me
2 B111 anook 5 Ux x al ones b K xthrx nc Lx d IX 11 Helen RObl'v1I1b
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MRS XX mo D BXRON K CRITTENDEL. T Escrm wx B EPs'rE1N
Mary Gamble House
The g1rls of House 207 were proud to w1n the S5 00 pr1ze offered to the grade
room makm the most subscrlptlons to the Llght Mrs Ward was perslstent nn
our efforts or she bellex es th tt lf vou don t succeed trv trv try again
Thanksgwlng baskets were hlled and LllSII'lbLlICd among needv famllles
The gxrls entered into the Christmas Splflf by helpmg contrlbute X arlous art1cles
of food to hll baskets for some needv fAmlllCS We also assisted the Goodfellows 1n
dressmg dolls slxtv of whtch were LllSII'll7LlICLl among., the glrls
The 12A ofhcers Dlane Baron Presldent Katherlne Crlttenden Y 1ce Presldent
Thelma Eschmann Treasurer and Bess1e Epstem Secretarv w1ll be succeeded bv
Norma Allen Secretarw Eluabeth Cook Treasurer The 12A ofhcers the 12B
ofhcers and FCPFCSCDIAIIX es of the other grades T Dean M Brooks Brvant
and R Bernstem make up the House Counc1l
We were well represented 1n the Senlor plav The Torch Bearers bx Dxane
Baron Esther Burnstem Verna Dans md X lrgtnla Danlels
DIHHC Baron our actne House Presldent clalms the t1tle of 12A Secretarw
She w as also on on the Y arsttv Swlmmlng Team and Sports Edttor on the Y lkxng and
on the Llght
X 1rg1n1a Danlels Dlane Baron and Ellzabeth Cook are on the Student Counc1l
It was through Mrs Ward s conslderatlon and helpful guidance that her g1rlS
were able to become outstandmg We should l1ke to take thxs opportumtv to express
our gratltude and appreclatlon
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Woodrow Wilson House
Woodrow W1lson House has completed another interesting and enjox able
semester under the guidance of Mr Isbell and the house officers The officers chosen
for the House Counc1l this semester are as follows Byron Everitt President Harrx
Cutler Vice President Harx ev Elford Secretary and Tom Brown Treasurer
The scholarship standing of the house has been fair and in order to bring it up
to excellent Mr Isbell has again continued his effectise method of aiding failing
students by compelling each bov to remain in the house for study at least one extra
period a dau
House 322 has had .1 fair share of representatixes in athletics this season Among
those who represented the House on the football team were Philip Begun Captain
Harry Birnberg and Robert DeWitt Ioe Bowers and Hx m1e Bernstein excelled in
On the Viking Staff we haxe our president Byron Ex eritt and Henry Barnett
Bill Dolly Bud Bedells and Tom Brown hate parts IH the senior class play The
The boys of the house contributed money to the annual Thanksgiving Fund
and raised about 325. They gaxe several baskets to needy families.
The Woodrow Wilsonites wish to extend to the House graduates their best
wishes for a happy and prosperous future. They also wish to extend to Mr. Isbell
their appreciation for his friendship help and personal interest shown to ex ery boy
in the house.
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Miss lxmc 'r R Ge1.uzRi rs R H osrnor A Giuivorr S Is EE
Alice Freeman Palmer House
The past term has been an eventful and enjoyable one for all the lrls of the
Alice Freeman Palmer House Under Miss Knight s svmpathetic gui ance manv
little difficulties have been smoothed out and several charitable acts accomplished
The House officers Rose Gellerman President Ruth Hagstrom X ice President
They were assisted by the 12B officers Cora Gates Clara Grossfield Ida Gross and
Barbara Halning We packed Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets for needy
families bought and repaired toys for an Orphans Home and took a good sized
collectlon to pay for the Goodfellow papers
The Seniors remained true to the 227 traditlon and as in past years had manv
prominent members in their midst Rose Gellerman our president was News
Editor of the Viking and an active member of both the Student Council and the
Finance Committee Alice Granoff our secretary was the talkatixe Mrs Fell and
Annabelle Germansky was the weeping Mrs Sheppard of the Senior Plav Alice
was also active on the Viking and in the Play Committee' while Martha Glazer
who received the Trideal Medal for scholarship and osephine King were members
ofthe Cap and Gown and the Social Committees respectively.
Among the undergraduates Clara Grosslield Jeanie and Dorothea Keighey
and Isabelle Jordan distinguished themselxes in sports. Virginia Harmon acted as
property manager for the Senior Play.
The Alice Freeman Palmer girls were as usual among the foremost contenders
for the sports trophies and put up a hard battle to retain the basketball trophy
We wish the graduates much happiness and good fortune in the future.
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Mn M CMT M FE1cENsoN E Gans E C ursoN L I consoN
Benjamin Franklin House
Under the guidance of Mr A L McGrath and the House Council the Benjamin
Franklin House has concluded another successful semester The House officers are
is follows Morton Feigenson President Edward Gates Vice President Edward
Gutson Secretarv and Leon acobson Treasurer
The Northern athletic teams were ably supported by the members of 308 Edward
Gutson ohn Hazen Uyval Jones Wallace Hudson Clement Foston and William
Kabzinski held regular berths on the warsitv football team In tennis 308 s repre
sentatixe was Arnold Goldberg while Sam Goldstein captalned the Cross Country
Te tm Theodore Heideman was manager of the football and baseball squads
On the Northern Light Staff was Edward Gutson and Charles Fox Gutson
being on the Board of Editors and Charles Fox serx ing in the capacitv of News Editor
The 12A s of the house held stragetical honors of the Senior Class Edward
Gutson held the position of Associate Editor of the X ikmg Uyxal ones held the
leading part in The Torch Bearers the Senior Plav On the Student Council were
Morton Feigenson and Sol Kort an undergraduate. Feigenson was also chairman
of the Cap and Gown Committee. Other Seniors on the different committees were
Leon acobson Social' George Freedman Memorial' oseph Gardner Finance' and
Uyx al Iones Plas Committees
This semester again finds the Boys Scholastic Shield hanging on the walls of
the Franklin House. The aserage for the house is better than 80 per cent. This
'u erage is the best that we hase enjoyed in a number of years.
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Miss PULFORD M LEWJBETTER B BAITTUN Y Roxnoaouou H RonBxNs
Jane Addams House
Under the CHZICICDE guldance of M1ss Pulford the Iane Addams House h 15 com
pleted another of IIS suetessful terms
For the thlrcl SUCCCSSIVC term House 327 has I'CC.C1XCLl the schol mrshlp cup whlth
IS a great honor to the graderoom
Dorls Oschln Margaret Leadbetter Barbara Rxehards Dorothv Lohse and
Judlth Navarro haxe all been outstanding on the svvlmmlng team Members of the
golf team were Marcia Rannev Vlrglnla MHCKIHHOU Phvll1s Murphy and Barbara
House 327 was werv proud to have three of IIS g1rls 1n the senlor play cast
Bettv Mrtton had the lead and other roles were plaved bv Helen Robbrns and Kath
Dora Lev1ne and X 1rg1n1a Roxborough were Club Edltors on the Northern
Llght Staff and Helen Robbins was Art Edltor of the Y 1kxng
lane Addams House gave IIS annual Chrlstmas contr1but1on to those IH need
We wlsh to extend a hearty welcome to the freshmen and a happy and prosperous
future to the senlors The members of the House also want to express the1r appretla
t1on to Mnss Pulford for the lnterest she showed 1n ex erv student 1n the House
Home Prmczpal Miss PULFORD
Prerzdent MARGARET LEADBETTER
Vzre Prefzdent BETTY MITTON
Secretary Y IRGINIA ROXBOROUGH
Treaxurer HELEN! ROBBINS
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MR FME Mawsnmznr A L1PsoN M Rzssuzn D Memzosrz
John Marshall House
As each senior cl 1ss 19 gradu tted md new groups of freshmen enter many new
achlevements are recorded 1n the annals of the House ofjohn Marshall The semester
yust concluded was no exceptlon to the rule and there are mam thmgs of whlch 224
can well be proud
Forgrng ahead to take the lead 1n semor ACUXIIICS House 224 agaln contrlbuted
many outstandlng members to the graduatmg class Included among the number
were Harry Nayer Presrdent and lack Menenberg Treasurer ack Menenberg
and Harry Nayer serx ed respectn elx as Graduate Edltor and Humor Edrtor of the
xllkllig whrle George MdSk1U was Sports Edltor Morrls L1pSCh1IZ Harry Nayer
Chfford L1ghtstone md Ross Perlne were lncluded 1n the cast of The Torch Bearcrs
On the Llght staff George Mtskm Co Editor ln Chlef Earnest LaBarge
News Edltor and Alfred LIPPIII Boys Sports Edltor were contrlbuted by 224
Such men as Captaln jack Poss ames Loy ett Ross Perlne and Ben Plotkm on the
tennls team Captaln Phlllp Read Bob Reld and Ted Nox ak on the golf team and
Herbert Newman Louls Perbutak and Louxs MHFROWIIL on the grldlron were
House 224 has set an unbeatable record by capturxng all the rnterhouse athlet1e
trophles Th1s semester the sw1mm1ng basketball and football champlonshxps
were agaxn secured Credlt must be gn en to George Rubm House Athlet1c Manager
and hls assrstants Nathan MOISCCX and S1dney Markowltz The scholarshlp was
nnally won by another house but we enterta1n hrgh hopes of IIS return to 224 next
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Mlss SUTPE LAND H SHOO M Slcwon E Urn i M Sc:-more
Clara Barton House
Under the msplrlng leadership of Mlss Sutherland the Clara Barton House has
had many more honor students thls term than 1n PFCVIOUS ones
The theme for thls term s Work was benevolence For Thanksgnung the gxrls
prepared baskets for the less fortunate of the house Whlle for Chr1stmas the House
Councll dressed dolls
Seweral members of House 307 took part successfully 1n the productlon of the
12A play The Torch Bearers a satirical comedy Wrltten by George Kelly
famous playwrlght Those who partlclpated ln If were Elalne Schrelber Eleanor
Uhan and Hllda Shoob The prcsldent of our House Hllda Shoob had the honor
of bexng elected XICC presldent of the graduatlng class and was the rec1p1ent of the
Tr1deal Medal for scholarsh1p for the term endmg Mav 1934
The monev ln the treasury thls term Was used for plants to beautlfw the room
The House Councll CO1'lSlStCLl of Hllda Shoob Matllda Skwor Eleanor Uham
MHIOFIC Schooten Martha Sager Bertha Sokolox Eeanore Savlckas Sarah Unrot
Beatr1ce Taxey Zelma Shoob Jeanette Teltel and Ruth Tenenbaum
The sports of the house were carried on verv successfullv under the enthus1ast1c
leadersh1p of Maryorxe Schooten
The officers for the next term are Presrdent Martha Sager XICC Presldent
Bertha Sokolov Secretary Eleanore Sav1ckas Treasurer Sarah Unrot
Th1s term s officers were
HILDA Snoon Preudent
MATILDA SKWOR Vice Preudent
ELLANOR UHAM Secreturv
MAJORHL ScHooTLN Trmrurer
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Thomas Edison House
At the first meeting of the House Council, the following ofhcers were elected
Woomzovx W1 iss Prefzdent
Acx ScH1.i.s1Nc LR Vzce Prefzdent
SHLRWIN X INI Xecremry
The duties of the council members this semester consisted of taking care of
the grade room to insure better conditions for study and taking care ofthe house
Thomas Edison House retained its supremacv in scholarship among the bovs
houses by haxing the gre itest number of students on the honor roll
This semester prox ed to be an exceptional one for the House 208 in athletics
Under the leadership of Louis Schwartz and Graeme Tengel the house swimming
team pros ed its abilitx bv winning all of its scheduled meets To xarsity football
House 208 contributed the following outstanding play ers.. ohn Sharmet ackWeston,
Charles Solomon, Leslie Tregg and Lemuel Svvajen. The nucleus of the tennis
squad was formed by members of Thomas Edison Houseg these members were ack
Schlesinger, captain' Elmer Setina and Hamilton Wilson.
ack Weston, a member of the senior class is the most outstanding athlete in
House 208. He captained the hockey team, starred in baseball and was also an
outstanding football plat er.
A member of the Council, Harold VanBaalen, who has been very active in
council actixities is assisting Mr. Brown in conducting the ninth hour citizenship
The members of House 208 unite in extending best wishes to the members of
the graduating class.
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X DINIIQI M LEXDBETFER X ROKIIOROUIII
SImrnlRnu I FINKI-:LSIEIIN 'X GRINOII IL Sl'LINTl'ihRK X NIIIKINNONI B NIIIIUIN
D Lexlvb M SRWOR M Rxrrwm L TRUEI M FRIILDNIXIN S Erma
Tlwml Rau V MENENIIERI H Bxnvarr XVESTOIN NN WIIISS MIHLER B Ewuurr
M FEICENSOS. H NXYER G MXSKIN M XXIEIWBBRC
EDIIOR IN CHILI H SHOOB
MLNENBERG H NAYLR
E STLINBERC A GRANOFF
FACULTI ADX ISORS
VIR A WILSOIN NfIIss L Ban.
NIR F WIIIYNILR VIISS L BACOIN
NIRS B Pow us 'VIIss L Y OORIILI5
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VIRs VI BROVSN
MRS G COLLNIAN
MR S LABADIL
S T EDILR
Iss NI Tuoxxm
ISS F SsIITII
ISS A CANIPBLLL
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ASSOCIATE EDITOR ------- EDXVARD GUTSON
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Flrrt Rau E Crixnuv H Bmwsrr D LBWNE E CUTSON M SXGER G MXSKIN
B FRKIILK K L11Px'r'r X Roxnonouru
.SWILQIIIJRUIZ uhLNlR F Nllxrz K Cmutxvsm R Bxsrtw lx Five D Buzov
A Bum 'X DwoRuxN D Xhrr S XXHIFIVC B XXIFT
Thlrd Rau C Ttzvcu I: LxBxRc E -X KKWOISKI Snuuzwtar C Fox M CJREHNBERK
C Cluuc D LBXINE S Varian
Th1S semester saw the tnauguratxon of a new system of organuatlon tn the
Northern Ltght Staff In place of the former ELllIOI' 1n Ch1ef an ELllfOI'13l Board of
three members was substltuted Thts board vx as composed of Martha Sager Edward
Gutson and George Maskm
Mr A Y W1lson agam rendered xaluable asslstance 1n h1s capacttw of sponsor
of the student publlcatlon The pos1t1on of feature edltor was filled by Henry Barnett
and that of exchange edltor xx as filled bv Betty Fralxck News was taken over by
Charles Fox and Ernest LaBarge Adelrne Dworman and Els1e Charlxp headed the
personal department Dora Lex 1ne and X 1rg1n1a Roxborough acted as club ed1tors,
whlle Rachel Baskrn and Alfred Llppltt carried out the dutles of Glrl s and Bows
Sports Edltors respectlxely
Clrculatlon was handled bv Shirley Whmng who was capably assisted by
Barbara and Dorothv Wxtt Anna May Goldln ean Welner, and Cllnton and Carl
Clark Adwerusmg problems were turned ower to Dan1el Les me and Graeme Tengel
Houses 207 and 322 won the L1ght subscrtptxon contest the former hax mg 255
and the latter 240 subscrxptlons
Both grade rooms receued a cash award At the close of the campalgn oxer
1,600 subscr1pt1ons were recorded
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The pot has 15,1111 called the kettle black The gr11du1t1ng class of 1nu11rx,
1935 gue two excellent performances of George Kellx s The Torch Beirers
the gre1t satire on am1teur dramatics
The duersitx in the interpretation of the 1 irious roles bv both c1sts w IS re
markable It was difficult to choose between Ditne Baron llikl X 1rg1n1a D1n1el as
pompous P1mp1nell1 Ill arrogint dornineering womin wl o sees onlv trtgelv in
the c.OI'I'l1L 1l miships which occur in the pI'CSCl1lClIlUI1 of the I lu within the plax,
which she directs
The audience ro tred with ltughter 1ll exening but bet1me almost hw sterical
when h tlf of Vlr Twiller s Dax E011 Slater and Woodroww Weiss mustache fell off
It took B111 Dolls as Mr Ritter, almost the entire term to get icquainted with his
wife, Paula whose part was plas ed bv Betty Vlitton Bud Bedells and Y erna Dax is
who pl 11 ed the same parts, had no such trouble
The part of Nellx Fell 11 gushx giddw gigglx and g1rrulous thrice widowed
fem1le seemed to hate been m1de to order for Eiline Shreiber md Alice Gr inoff
enriched the s1me role bx making the most of the little m innerisms th 1t 1re ch 1r
lt,E4.I'lSIlc of the Ncllx Fells in life
Clifford Lightstone ind Nlorris Lipschitf cnyox ed filling all oxcr thc stige in
their cndcuors to issist Vlrs P 1n1p1nell1 lt s 1 good thing thu weren t both in
the s une c 1st, espec11llx xx hen trving to lXO1Ll one of her tantrums
igun we mention dixersits in interpret 1t1on lXlIl'lI'Xl1 Lxdaw, I5 Florence
XflLCflLlCCE, the st1r of imateur dr1m1t1cs in her communitx did 1 good yob of h im
acting in the right pl ices without exaggeriting it l-l1ld1 Shoob howexer, por
traxed Florence is 1 pleis mt, sophisticated woung womtn -Xlthough thex dif
ferered 1 greit dcil thu httcd 1dm1r1blx into the pl 11 ml iddel color to their
Elemor Uhin ind Helen Robbins performed their roles 19 ennx serv well llikl
Helen s English accent 1'1'1'lLlC '1 ch'1r'1cter of 1 mere maid. Both Tom Brown ind Ross
Perine had at least one moment of complete rel'1xation. The emotional strain was
too much for them. They swooned in the best Victorian manner.
Annabelle Germansky '1nd Esther Burnstein cried away to their heart's content
because of the deftth of Nlr. Sheppard. Their parts were played effectively.
Sidney Eder has tin'1lly come out from behind the curtain in his natural role,
that of '1 stflge m'111'1ger. In fact he proved so xery successful th'1t he pl'1yed in both
The success of the pliy wis lirgely due to the efforts of the the stage l'I'l'lll21gCI'S
immy Schaarsmith 'oe Bowers, 'uid Graeme Tengel.
George kelly may scoff at amateur theatrical, but if spontaneous laughter of the
audience is any indic'1tion of success, we have '1g'1in "raised the torch of essential
culture" under the expert direction of Nlr. C. S. Lewis, who can hardly be compared
with Xlrs. P'1mpinelli.
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F1HtR0u K Srxkocrsxcrt M MxNDEL1. M HULGXTE M XX EISS M1ssLYoN NX ELISER
R BAKER NIKOLUPP M GoRuoN
5'rm1izl'R0u B Sc11vxART7 K IPF M Poss B -K KX 1RR1NF1z B QVXATXSON R Quxsn
E Comms F BERKHO S lVlx1ucL1z
Tlurd Rau H Fox S HICXS E SISLIN M SI-ILNi'.kER E Boxmz C HBLLER I. NK XSSER
The l1br1r1an M1ss Fr tnces M Ls on 15 xerx pleased to announce that the
st lff this semester 111s been serv cooperatue III ctrrymg out IES dutles The staff
C.Ol'lSlSfCLl of members of the student bodv 1ll humg marks aboxe the axerage,
who des1red to IHLYCASC Il1ClI' knowledge of lll7I .1r1 tn dut1es
Our l1br lrx vt l11ch IS o11 the th1rd floor, IS one ofthe most complete ll'1 references
md at the same t1me one ofthe most attrtctlxe 111 the c1t1 It has also a xery well
selected group of magaames Although these lre not on d1spla1 thex mas be had
bv anvone for the askmg
The attendants are xerx glad to help un one w1th am problem he may hate
concernmg the arrangement of the books There are also at t1mes, d1fferent refer
ence books put on reserxe bx teachers to help the students w1th the1r vw ork
A showcase near the xundovss IS hlled vs 1th 1nterest1ng exh1b1ts of such thmgs
as xaluable stamp collect1ons, IllLll2lI1 rel1cs, soux en1rs from tr1ps abroad loaned bt
our faculty and other 1nterest1ng mater1al
MISS Lyon has a well stocked cabmet of recent newspaper references, chpped
from the New York T1mes md the Detro1t Free Press to VVl'llCll the school h IS sub
scr1bed for 1 number of 1 ears
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The G1rls Glee Club
Bur memorx waked bv mus1c s art
Expressed m srmplest numbers
Subdued the .rternerz person s heart
'Vlade llght the mfant s slumbers
The g1rls glee classes have lust com leted 1 xerv rnterestlng and beneficnal
semester of work Under the dlrectlon ol? Mrs Searle the g1rls have progressed
The Classes haxe worked on all tw pes of music lncludlng some of the well known
Choral SClCCfl0HS of two operas Carmen and Tannhauser Through Mrs
Searle s efforts the g1r1s haxe mastered some of the quamt vet delrghtful Englrsh
composmons as Come to the F.11r Dream Baby Dream My BOHUIC Lass
She Smlleth and As Torrents ln Summer
A group of sixteen glrls aceompamed by Mrs Searle and MISS Lee PIEIUISII
were able to take in ACIIX e part on the X ar1ets Program ox er Stat1on WWII the Detrolt
We appreclate the thlngs Vlrs Se lrle has done to help us IH furtherlng our edu
canon of good muslc and now h.ue .1 better understandxng of the appeal of music
I aye Serenlv one
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Boys Glee Club
The fpnzt a mug 15 tba rpnzt 0 jay
In the bean' U a gn! and the heart 0 u bay
The hovs glee cla s has shovsn unusual progress thxs semester It mcreased so
rapldly that xt was necessary to organize a class ln the audltorxum under the dlrectlon
of Mr Lawrence Mrs Arthur Searle 1S dolng hne Work Wrth the other classes
Wrth Mrs Searle to direct the class has galned .1 place for ltself IU Northern
were Men of Harleck Cradle Song lnx lctus choral selectlons from Wagner s
Tannhauser and Carmen by BIZCI glghf readmg IS also a Fart of the class
work Thrs IS a saluable asset to the sxnger and tlso prepares h1m or other mus1cal
fields such as church cholrs and choral socxetles The class 15 fortunate 1n haung
M1ss A Lee as aceompanlst
Mrs Searle rs slncere nn her efforts and commands respect for her zealous work
The hand that follows intellect can achlexe
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Northern can well be proud of IIS fifty plece band whlch made such a fine showlng
m the recent Arm1st1ce Dav parade
Under the able d1rect1on of Mr Lawrence who came to Northern 1n 1933 from
Southeastern H1gh School and who 1S one of the hnest mstructors 1n the Clfy th1s
organlzatlon has added ox er 25 to IIS Gflglflill 26 and now ranks as one of the best
hlgh school bands IU the c1tv
Meetlng each mornlng the fourth hour IU the aud1tor1um the band rehearses
the fOllOW1I'lg selectlons The Booster NC4 Our Directors and Ofhcers
of the Daw
A punlor band COI'1SlSI1Hg of less experlenced l'T1LlS1CldI'lS meets the s1xth hour
and lf IS bellexed that mam members w1ll soon be plaung ln elther the band or
orchestra next semester
Students w1th muslc tl talent are urged to speak to Mr Lawrence and he wlll be
glad to arrange an AL1Ll1ElOI'l
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orthern Senior Orchestra
One of the most outstanding musical organizatlons at Northern High School is
the Senior Orchestra The enrollment this semester is 42 with a better balanced
ensemble than ex er before Each section of the Orchestra has improx ed in reading
in tone quality and in following a conductor
A few of the regular engagements plaved bs the Orchestra are the M E A
Com ention Senior Plax and Commencement There is a selected group of about
twenty players chosen from the Orchestra to plan at banquets and meetings under
the named of Selected Concert Orchestra
The players selected because of their ability are Sam Helfand Jerome Wigler Freda
Lang Anna May Goldin Paul Goldberg lrxing Goldman lsadore Goldberg
Sam Weisberg Ianlce Veldhoen 1nd Shirlev Whiting
The Orchestra is graduallx working into a better unit professionallv The
stressing of watching counting md intonation is beginning to help all members
of the organization
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Northern is well represented in the Detroit All City High School Orchestra.
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Fzrrt Rau I XxElSENTHKL X Mxasmruc B W xc Nan G EXVERNJKN S MXRTIN
Srcond Rau. Cxvr Lzmmcn L Mlrcnsu. G MACDONXLD Scr Mouresm
Durmg the past year the Reserse Officers Traxnmg Corps rllle team competed 1n
a number of local and 1ntersect1onal matches The most lnterestmg of these a
nat1onal match, was for the W1ll1am Randolph Hearst Trophv A team of fue
crack shots were entered from each school 1n the countrv htvmg fac1l1t1es to fire
The sharpshooters re resentlng Northern were Mayor Isadore Pasman Lxeutenants
Wlllldm Wagner an Xalerlan Maeslmxuk md Corporals Wlllxam Exerman and
Alphonse Permen Wlth but Exe rounds to hre from each of the four prescrrbed
POSICIOUS If was a match 1n wh1ch one poor shot would mar the score of the ent1re
team Lleutenant MHCS1m1Uk had the h1gh 1nd1s xdual score w1th a card of 177
In the S1xth Corps Area rntercolleglate match a team of ten cadets placed e1ghteenth
Lreutenant Wagner led IH th1s contest w1th a score of 337
For the thrrd consecutue vear House 224 won possesslon of the school rrfle
marksmansh1p cup when the1r team led bw Nflajor Pasman hred a score of 934 out of a
posslble 1,000 For a number of seasons, thxs House has furnlshed the mayor portlon
of the school s good r1flemen Thxs year was no exceptxon when more than hftx
per cent of the squad was made up of Mr Fue s boxs
From the amount of lnterest shown and the good results obtamed 1n the earlx
stages of tra1n1ng xt IS expected that Northern wlll be well represented IH the matches
on the present schedule The War Department has furnlshed an abundance of
ammun1t1on for practxce and the school range IS kept ID da1ly use by those trx mg
out for the places on the team
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Durxng the past xear the Reserve Ofhcers Traxnxng Corps was rated IS an Honor
School hx the W tr De vartment lnspectlon Board lt IS the hrst t1me slnce 1923 that
Northern h ts recelxe thxs su verlor ftlflllg The comp tratlve SEalHLlll'lg gtxes them
hrst pl ace Ill the c1tx 1nd thlrc among all schools IH the states of M1ch1gan,lllxno1s
ind W xsconsln As a mark of dlstmctlon, a red emhroldered star IS xvorn thoxe the
ROTC lllblgflll on the rlght sleexe of the unrform ln 1 cletermrned effort to reta1n
th1s h1dge of honor, all cxdets from the nexxest prlxate Ill ranks to the companx
commtnder 1re xx Oflilllg hlrd to m lster ex erx lntrxcate detall of clrxll 1nd to galn
a suH1c1ent lcnoxxledge of the other m1l1tarx suhlects VVl'llLl1 mclude hrst ald hx g1Cl1C,
courtesles, OI'g1l'l1LdI1OIl, stgnxlmg guard dutx scoutlng patrolllng musketrv,
map I'CdCllI1g, comhat prlnclples phx slcal tralnlng, and rlfle marksmansh1p
At the annual Reserxe Othcers Tra1n1ng Corps Flelcl Dax' Northern made use
of thelr superlor tra1n1ng to capture three first txxo second, and two thlrcl places 1n
competxtlon xxxth other schools of the C1tx First Sergeant Lawrence Mltchell
xx on hrst pl xce IU the Cl1II111'ldfl0I1 dr1ll xx h1le Sergeant Lawrence Northxvood took
second In the Battahon Parade, Mlyor lsadore Pasman led the FIFSI Battallon to
x1ctorx The hrst ard team of Lieutenant W1ll1am Wagner and Cadet ames Ramm
was declared xx1nner of that ex ent Our Flrst Platoon led hx' L1euten1nt X 1ler1an
MHCS1m1Uk pl tced second rn the platoon drlll whlle Coxporals Emanuel G1llZlCI' and
Herbert Fortgxng took third pl 1ce ln tent P1fLl1ll'lg
Medals xre lwarcled etch semester to the oll1cc1 non LOlT1IT11SS1Ol1Ckl otllcer, md
pr1x ate xx ho, hx thelr attentlon to dutx, excellencc Ill drlll 1nd supellor knowledge
of mllxtarx suhyccts, hzxe hccn selected IS the most excellent students Ill fl'lC1I' re
spectlxe grxdes Lxeutenxnt X 1lLfl tn Nl 1CSllnlLllx Scxgetnt Wxllxnn Wlgner, 1nd
Prlx ate Fxrst Class George W tller xx ere LlCSlgI'l :ted hx Clptun Lelnhxclc to lecelxe
th1s axv 1rd for lxst semester
The Companx h is one hundred and th1rtx mcmhexs cl1x1dccl mto thlee platoons
The hrst txxo meet for trarnmg d ulx durmg the sutth hour The thxrd recelxes 1ts
lnstructlon durlng the sex enth pcr1od Captaln Get 1ld Cr1n1on IS xn comm tnd of the
Companx LICLIICUAIIIS Sheldon Martln X alerlan Macs1m1uk and W1ll1am Wagner
are the platoon leaders As these ofhcers are expected to he lost to the Unxt through
graduatlon this term II xx1ll he necessarx to promote others to take the1r places
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F1rrtRnu E Yxrlzs R GREENBLXTF MR Lewis Y Dnls B LUNCBOTHWI
sCL'll?1dROW MYERS D Monc KN NX XX Elss NX Russert l HXYFNER
Varstty Debatmg Team
After three wears wlthout an actlxe x arslty forensic squal Northern catered the
1nter state League once agaln The team won three out of four scheduled debates
on tlce questlon of federal control and ownershlp of radxos
The squad th1s sear found the return of two veterans Douglas Morgan and
Woodrow WCISS The remammg members of the complete squad th1s year are
Exelwn Yates Yerna Davls Rose Greenblatt Barbara Longbotham ullan Mwers
Irs mg Haffner and Wllllam Russell
Th1s season the resolutxon tg he contested was Resolxed that the Federal
Gox ernment should adopt a pollcx of equallzmg educational opportumtles through
out the nation bv means cf annual grants to the sex eral states for publlc elementary
and econdarv educat1on
The schedule for th1s season was as follows Pershlng Hlgh School November
16 Highland Park December 7 Northwestern I-hgh Januarv 11 Central Hxgh
lanuary 18 ln the hrst two debates Northern upheld tl'e negatlxe and 1n the last
tlae Eskles upleld tl'e afhrmatne of the resolution
The prospects for future successful seasons are hopeful smce the squad IS under
the mspxrmg dlrectlon of Mr Charles S Lewls
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On The Detroit River
BJ Harry Wagrzer
Occupy 'ng a ste lmer chair in our boathouse on Grosse Isle is similar to taking
a center seat in a theatre of oceanic pantomime The first ship to arriye IS a large
six hundred foot freighter heayily laden with ore This IS followed by a smaller
one tony eving oil Soon we hear it whistle its intention to pass on the right of
1 white passenger bolt yourneying to Put in Bay
Then comes .1 little gray bolt 1 tolst gu 1rd cutter owned by the government
going dovxn to the Liyingston Channcl, to begin the duty of directing the larger
ships out of danger Tl11t thumping ue heir IS the oil burner which furnishes
power for the immense freighter vxith 1 black and yellow st lck This IS called the
Henry Ford II ind it IS owned by the motor car magnate
Notice how slowly the little tug comes pufhng along towing a barge with a
pewa , an old timer, which now makes trips from Detroit to Sandusky and Toledo
ust see how one of the Fisher brothers yachts com ares with the ma nihcant
Octorara , sailing perhaps, to the Thousand Isles
Today the North American and the South American are intersting visitors
Along vyith the different sized freighters we obserye a loyy canal boat which may
pass below the bridges without any interferences Of course, there are several other
ships that are not seen everv day such as the Huronic the Noronic and the
At six o clock the Ge iter Detroit on her wa to Buffalo IS due Doesn t
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she glide gracefully dong? She IS the miycstic greyhound of the Lakes
During the seison of1933 on the Detroit Rn er, the greitest commercial water
xy ay in the yyorld 18 770 freight 1nd pissenger boats s uled
By Wilma Ogden
Floating slowly dovyn the Detroit River, one has time for thought. Twinkling
lights reyealing Canada s shoreline, send shimmering gleams across the rippled
surface. In the blue heay ens the moon becomes a romantic sphere of mellow gold.
The soft swish of water against the boat soothes tired nerves. Now and then, a
picturesque vacht a rugged freighter, or ft dashing speedboat filled with spirited
youth quickens the spectator s interest. Colorful signs on buildings and skyscrapers
in the distance speak of the miracles of science. Numerous moying car lights in-
dicate the multitude of human beings enjoying the beauty of Belle Isle. The star-
studded sky is mirrored in the yy ater. It is time for rex erie, and one loses himself in
his land of ' dreams-come IFUC . All too soon a shrill whistle breaks the calm
and the steamer returns to its port, but the memories ey er linger on.
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The Ambassador Bridge
By F Baxter
One evening iust is twilight came creeping over the river I stood alone on a
deserted quav seeing perhaps fc r the first time the beautv of the Ambassador Bridge
as it stood outlined ag linst the tl irkening ski Sexeral lights trembled in the mist
far out on the river the lanterns of tl e boats moved slowly forward into the fog
The great tits for one breathless instant was still the silence broken only by the
distant call of far off boats But the illusion of peace wx as soon broken bv the hoarse
scream of a nearbx ferrv boat
From vshere l stood I mari eled at the beauty of this thing man had created
The great beams and cables seemed like lace work across its surface moved tins
cars like ants across tl'e draw bridge of a giant castle
l think its beiuti will outlive its usefulness Some dav the founditions mai
height into the rixer which with in igeless face will flow serenelv onward for
Men mai come and men mu go but it goes on forexer This may happen
at last but for mam long wears the bridge will continue its usefulness a mightx
link in fact a true imbassador between two mighty nations
Reflections Have Charm
By ack fclflesnzger
Reflections haxe charm l-low often haxe l wandered ilong the Detroit River
and found them nevx and more enchanting with each succeeding visit The brilliant
sheen of a full moon transforming the murkv waters into a sea of silver takes one s
breath awav Words cannot describe the glorious scene when the twinkling of
far away stars illuminates the surface of the rix er What 1 gleaming panorama takes
form when the lights of the buildings on the banks flash into the night A city of
lights appears with the dusk a transparent city which vanishes at dawn. When a
drab old rix er becomes, under the magic of darkness a thing of beauty can any one
doubt that reflections haxe charm?
Ships Seen From Shore
By jack We.ftorz
Old-fashioned ships are beautiful. The gray silhouette of a ship at sea is far
more impressive and pleasing than the solid black hulk of a ship in port. An old
sailing vessel is grace personified. Sometimes large and majestic, other times squat
and prosaic, the impression changes as the ship recedes from view. Most beautiful
is the picture of an old-time barque with all sails unfurled leaning at a smart angle
with the wind. Technicians and engineers gloat over the im rovements thev haxe
made in the building of ships these past one hundred and fi ty years. But to us
casual obserx ers, their improvements are purely technical as no x iew we may obtain
of the marine monarchs impresses us nearly as much as that of the almost extinct
wooden barqucs ofthe sea, the kings of old.
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BJ I-rrlwr MCCf0llIIl6
It certalnlv IS upsettmg conceded M1r1e, to h uc lne get the mumps just
before our party But lf you can t get lnyone else, how lbout Cora?
Cora' exploded anet, the OIUXIOLIS le1der of the l1yely group Why she d
onlv be 111 the wav She s afrud of her own shadow lllll 1f a boy spoke to her,
she d probably fa1nt
Well, at any rate she wouldn t be l1kely to att teh the man vou ye p1ckel
for ane, and you can IIIIFOLILILC h1m to 1ne some other t11ne
No Cora won t do She would be gust 1 wet bl mket Well h 1ye to 1sl1 Clem
lhe gnls all agreed h llf heartedly , IS they trooped DOISIIV from Nfl 1r1e s ro mm
for Cleo w IS d1sl1kedby most of them for her success Ill sn lflllg my dfslr yblc m 111 Ill
the XILIIHIX for her oyyn court
Cleo, walklng down 1 corrldor of the Sunnybrook Sthool for Glrls w IS lI'lfCl
cepted and the 1nv1tat1on extended She ttcepted wlth 1 Well I ll come lf l
hayen t anvthmg better to do, dCIlILlLlC and proceeded down the hall Ifntermg
the last room on the left yyh1c.h she shared wlth the unpopular Cor1, she found
her roommate huddled 111 a blg chalr, Lfylllg is though her heart yy ould lWlCIlC
Why, Cora what 111 e1rth 15 the m1tter3 lsked Cleo But to all her quer1es
came only a fresh outburst of tears Cleo beclme frankly worrled, for ney er before
had she seen her roomm lte IU such a state Cleo had thought from Cort s att1tude,
that she cared nothmg for the school 1ct1v1t1es and recreatlons Llttle dld she 1m
aglne that Cora s 1nd1ffereente was a protectlon agamst the hurt of not lUClllg asked
Consequently' she was yery much surprlsed yy hen Cor1 burst out Oh I thought
they d ask me, I wanted so much to go
Go where, dear? quc.st1oned Cleo
Oh what s the use? Sou wouldn t understand I ye been looklng forward
to th1s partv for weeks' exploded the hurt glrl 111 another burst of tears
So that s lf thought Cleo I wouldn t bother ll7ULlf If so much Cora
It really' ISU t worth II she sud comfortmgly
Not to you no, because you ye ney er had to st1y home wonderlng yy hat all
the others are LlO1I'1g Xou ye alyy ays been amo1g them, enjoymg yourself
But Cora don t you see the glrls don t yv mt me, but they re afrald not to ask
me? I ye ney er had a true fI'1C11Ll who reallv wanted my tompamonshlp I ye got
money and a car and can glye them th1ngs They feel lf would be unprohtable for
themsely es to snub me
Cora looked 1n amazement at th1s b1tter Cleo, who to her, had alyy ays been the
essence of gay ety and yoy She felt that here vyas someone to whom she could confide
her own story
Im dlfferent though Cleo I was brought up by a yery str1ct fyther aou
see, yvhen I was about two years old mv mother d1ed and he th1nks the yy orld of
me and IS alwavs afrald that some day I shall marrv and leaye h1m It took my aunt
tyyo vears to persuade h1m that I should go awav to school, and the only' reason
that he hnallv gaye 1n yy as that he yy as afra1d I should d1sl1ke h1m 1f he d1dn t At
home he 1mmed1ately repulsed any boy who tr1ed to be fr1endly to me lou see,
1fI d1dn t understand how he feels I would rey olt but oh I know yvhat lf IS to be
But how could he be so mean? excla1med the thoroughly aroused Cleo
That s just what makes If hard sobbed the heart broken gxrl I ye alyy ays
wanted to haye fr1ends and Id do anvthlng to be popular and vyell llked but I
feel nery ous when I speak to people for fear I ll make the yy rong 1IT1pI'CSSl0l1
We ll soon fix that up Cora I take lf upon myself here and now to make you
a po1sed,'soph1st1cated, and popular young woman before the year 15 out pronused
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Now Corl, be game and yye ll shoyv thxs school a th1ng or tyvo before we re
fmlshed Flrst, yye ll stlrt on your posture Stlnd up 1nd walk across the room
No, not Ilke that' Put more bouvmcy, more pep 1nto1t l1ke th1s and she lllus
trlted what she meant Now you do lf and here, I ll put two books on your
head Th If w1ll make y ou keep y our shoulders b :ck There, that s better Practlce
ey erv day for hfteen mmutes, and II won t be long before people yv1ll look after vou
when you go by
Oh how I hope you re right I ll do ey ery thlng vou say
Now yye must yy ork up 1 campugn Cleo resumed FIISI of 1ll we ll haye
to trouse some excitement I know' Well h tye flowers sent to vou from let s
see, from whom? I haye If Bob Glrret
Bob Garret' exclalmed Cort Why he s the most popular boy IH the Garv
Qchool I-le cl neyer look at me
Don t be s1lIy Ill 1ust slgn hxs name Le :ye lf to me Ill attend to all
that Why I m gomg to get as much fun out of thls as you are
Oh anet, met, called Marle a few hoars later I just m t Cleo and guess
what she sald well, she s sorrv but she forgot that she had a prevlous engagement
and she can t bretk xt All the boys h we accepted, so we have to find another glrl
She suggests we 1ny1te Cora She s sure that Cort would l1ke to go ThlS was
sud IU great der1s1on
Well I guess there IS f1OfII1l1g else to do If yve don t Cleo yv1ll snub us I
yvonder w hy she suggested Corl She s ney er spoken of her before
The two glrls unceremonlously walked 1nto Cora s room without knockxng
Cor 1, who wts readlng a letter, flushed and exc 1l1mecl 1ngr1lv Why dldn t vou
We re sorrv, stimmered Imct, but we clfdn t thmk youd mlnd Sa
yvho IS the good Iookmg fellow9 she polntecl to 1 portralt on Cora s dresser
Cora qu1ckly' turned the plcture down Oh he s just a frlend of the famllv
I see Well, we wanted to mylte you to the dmner at my house tomorrow
n1ght I hope you can come, returned anet who was a day pup1l and l1ved ln a
mansxon 1n 'Iarrvtown
ust then a mald came up wlth 1 huge flower box,w hxch sheszud had come forCora
Oh' Cora exclalmed, blushmg furlouslv
anet and Marle looked at each other IH bewllderment Cora gettmg flowers
from a man9 Well that was news'
Well open II Cora, excl umed anet
Cora complled rather ungraclously A card fell from the box and anet,
plckmg lf up read to herself To Cora from her falthful slaye Bob Garret
She put the card on the table and turned to look at the flowers Three dozen
beautlful Amer1can Beautles
No sooner had the g1rls left than Cleo rushed 1n from her bedroom Darlmg
that yvas simply mary elous I thmk you ye mlstaken vour professlon You should
haye been an actress Why that blush was so reaI1st1c that 1t clecely ed even me
Oh that wasn t actlng, ansyyered Cora I was really so frlghtened that
I thought I should famt
It was superb I can just 1mag1ne thelr cur1os1tv Before long the story wxll
be c1rculated all oyer school, and that s just what vou want
Oh Cleo, you re so grand I hope I can go through wlth lf for you
Cora, you re not dolng this for me You re dolng xt for vourself, and lf you
don t go through yylth If I ll yy ell I ll break your neck Now for the dlnner
partv I knew they yy ould my 1te you, so I ordered 1 dress It IS hvacmth blue and
wlll br1ng out the color of your ey es I ye arranged for .1 ha1r dresser to come out
tomorroyy afternoon to do your h ur, and I ll come ln to help vou dress I guess
that coyers II pretty well Now yve ll practxce our cony ersatxon I ll talk to you
I age bzyhfv one
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as your dinner partner who I hear is to be Carl Sheriff probablv will and you
answer me So the next hour was spent in preparation for the gala occasion
That ex ening at the dinner Cora was a big success I-Ier bright chatter com
bined with the modish dress which Cleo h td selected drew many admiring glances
During the next sex eral Weeks the pl tn that Cleo and Cori had arranged seemed
to be Working to perfection for Cora xy as asked more and more often and for each
important affair came a bouquet of flowers or a corsage from Bob Garret The girls
asked Cora sex eral times to bring him but each time she made some ingenious excuse
and relied upon Carl Sheriff who had l'econ'e an irdent admirer
As the day of Phllomethan formal d tnce the big ex ent in the term drew near
Cora wondered how all this vxas going to end She couldn t go on forex er inventing
plausible reasons for Bob s failure to appear Tl'en too she must inxite someone
Carl Sheriff would accept readilv enough Cleo s plan had succeeded It was not
time to bury the hctitious romance with Bob Garret
But the other girls vxere determined upon a showdoxx n Bob Garret was a star
on the Gary elex en and although l'e nexer broke training in the fall it was novy
after season There is scrrething hshx about the whole business exclaimed
Marie Bob Garret is 1 lunior ard l'e s rexer been krown to look at a girl
Maybe he s been waiting for his little Cora to grovy up and come to Sunny
Well if you want my opinion said Marie I don t ex en think she knows
Ill tell you what to do exclaimed Helen a girl noted for her nefarious
schemes I know Bob Garret and I ll ask him to go to the dance with me then we ll
put her on the spot
Cora standing by Cleo in the ball room as the dance was beginning remarked
What s the matter with anet and Marie? They seem excited about something
Then suddenly Cora stammered Look Cleo 1sn t that Bob Garret ox er there in
the corner? Oh what shall I do
Stay here a minute honev Cleo threaded her yy ay among the dancers and
hnally stood before the tall good looking xoung man Come out on the balcony
Bob I want to talk to y ou please she said When they were alone she said
right now D0 your stuff She s 1ust about scared stiff
O. K returned Bob grinning. I xe just been waiting for the chance.
She s ex en more stunning than you promised. He reentered the hall and walked
toward Cora. When she saw him coming she turned as though to escape but
anet and Marie blocked her path.
Well she thought it was swell while it lasted.
To her surprise Bob stopped in front of her and said loud enough for the eax es-
droppers to hear 'Darling Im so glad to see vou. Did you get my note this
Cora almost fainted from the shock but she stood her ground brax ely. es
I did-I m so glad you came.
'Shall we dance? he asked at the same time taking her in his arms.
As they glided away from the baffled conspirators Cora said ' Oh this is swell
of you. I don t know how to thank you.
'Thank me? Why ex er since Cleo-who by the way is my cousin-showed me
your picture and told me how plucky and braxe vou vsere I knew that I would like
you a lot.
Oh Bob will you?
just come out to mv frat s formal next month and I ll proye it to you.
And so before the flabbergasted girls they danced out into the balcony to further
their acquaintance beneath a perfect moon.
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To Do Or Die
By Donald DeMaJe!!zJ
Perq J Vzctory on Lake Erze
The sun was hanging low in the sky and the trees were gradually extending
their grotesque shadows into the spring twilight as a small squadron of boats with
Captain Oliver Perry on the deck of the foremost slowly came into harbor after a
hard dav of patrol on Lake Ontario Perry was weary and downhearted Here
he was serxing under Commodore Chancey a man of power who was loved and
honored by eweryone and still he was discontented
The boats moored to the wharxes he slcwlv walked to headquarters to re ort
the affairs of the dav and the condition of the ships thinking meanwhile o his
past life He had entered the navy as a midshipman with his father when onlv a
lad of fourteen Working hard he had been promoted time and again He had
been made commander of a flotilla at Newport and was now second in command on
the Lakes It was true he was proud of his record and for that matter so was his
father but he wanted to be something greater a leader among men He was sud
denly brought back to the present bx .1 youth appearing around the corner of a grav
Captain Perrv' Oh' Captain Perry ' he shouted
Here lad what is it?
Commodore Chauncey wishes to see you sir Right away sir and with
hurried footsteps he was gone
Commodore Chauncey s house stood on a small knoll on the shore of the river
It was a homely house of unpainted rough hewn boards He walked upon the porch
knocked and again became absorbed in deep thought Was this to be the long
cherished romotion or was it demot1on9 No it couldn t be he had worked honestly
and faithffilly He was suddenly interrupted with the opening of the door bv the
Come in Olixer He had acquired the habit of calling many of the officers
by their first names Qit down He was a man of middle age with twinkling
eves and a winning smile
Oliwer the commodore began the United States has decided to operate a
fleet upon Lake Erie and I am sure that you are the most able to command that
fleet. You will begin preparations immediately and-.
Perrv heard no more. So at last his goal was reached' his dreams come true!
He was to be in command of a fleet near the key to the Great Lakes Detroit which
was under control of the British.
Sentiment in the East had been against his appointment' He was considered
too young being only twenty-eight and too inexperienced to be matched against
a man of the ability of Captain Barclay the British naval commander at Detroit.
It was true he had been in the navy fourteen years but he was not experienced in
actual naval warfare.
Fixe months after Perry had taken command on Lake Erie nine ships had been
built from the timber of the forest and officers and men had been trained Re-
sponsibility which lay heavily on his young shoulders became greater with the
receiving of orders either to capture or destroy the British fleet' and the load was still
harder to bear with the news that the British were in command of Lake Ontario.
On him depended the future of the Lakes. Would they be British or American?
On the morning of September 10 1812 Perry gave the order to sail forward
find and meet the enemy.
The American flagship was so named because Perry had modeled his life after
that courageous American naval officer Captain Lawrence. High on the mast of the
Lawrence were not one but two flags. The one was the stars and stripes' the other
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bore in vshite letters on a blue background the famous words of Captain I awrence
Don t gne up the ship
Olrxer do you see them? Do sou th1nk we will beat them? asked Perrx s
twelxe wear old brother as he and Perri stood at the helm of the American flagship
We must was the answer Then as he focused his binoculars he cried
There they are on the starboard side'
The plan of battle was simple set daring Each ship was to pair off taking a
single British ship as 1tS opponent and not a shot was to be fired until the signal was
gn en bv Perry
The opponent of the Lawrence wts the enemy s flagship the Detroit As the
lawrence slowly advanced she was swe t by such a barrage of shot that almost everx
object on deck was shattered Thirtv our Br1t1sh guns were trained upon her The
two ships were only half a musket shot a art when the Laurence set forth such a
cannonade and musket fire that the crew o the Detrozt were forced to seek shelter
below deck Now all xessels entered the battle and an almost equal engagement
raged furrouslv for hours The sides of the Lau renee were a mass of splmters and
she was leaking badly Doubts began to arise in the mind of Captain Perry Would
But as he gazed up at the beautiful blue and white banner was mg mayestically aboxe
the roar of the fight new hope and courage surged through him With grim de
termination he forced the doubts from hrs mind and turned his attention to the
problem before him
Half the shi s crew were killed and below deck a surgeon and six assistants
worked like ma with the manv vs ounded Captain Perry and his young brother
were unhurt and remained so throughout the battle as if endowed with charmed
lives Blood flowed so freelx that sand was thrown on the decks to keep them from
becoming too slip ery
The captain o a gun crew came to Perry his head svs athed in reddened bandages
and begged Sir could I haxe some more men I am the only one left of my crew?
I haxe no re1nforcements9 shouted Perry aboxe the din Send below and
see if the surgeon can spare an assistant
Time and time again this order was sent below until finallx the answer came
I am the only one left Do you want me?
The Laurence was wallowing badly and was completelx bex ond control es
he would hate to leave the ship but the battle was not yet lost Perry lowered his
banner and draped it about his shoulders but left the stars and strips flying. After
firing the only cannon still undisabled with his own hands he put off in a small
lifeboat mid cries of Sink the ship! and "Don t leaxe us to the British! ' the little
boat made its way through the thick of battle toward the Niagara.
Perry stcod in the rowboat a perfect target for the British gunners and sat
down only on refusal of the men to continue to row. A cannonball tore through
the small boat and Perry calmly forced his greatcoat into the hole.
Atlast the Niagara was reached and now Perry put forth his most daring action
of the battle. The Niagara was rushed between the Detroit and the ship on her right
and cannon and muskets were fired with such rapidity and accuracy that the British
line was broken. Other American captains immediately followed the example set
by Perry and the Nia ara. By three o clock that afternoon Captain Barclay was
forced to haul down t e British colors and to run u the white flag of defeat. For
the first time in British history a whole British squa ron had been captured and this
had been accomplished bv the magnificen courage and able seamanship of a voung
man of twenty-eight.
It was ten o clock that night before the last British ship had been rounded up
and it was then that Perry writing to his superiors in the East of the outcome of
the battle wrote on the back of an old em elope those famous words that cause the
blood to tingle in the veins of all true Americans: ' We have met the enemy and they
are ours.' Captain O. H. Perry
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A Ship Of The Air
By Martzfz Rfnmey
A recent ex ent of world wide interest which happened near Detroit was the
flight of Professor Piccard and his wife in their stratosphere balloon The inflation
and the launching of his balloon was a noi el spectacle, which attracted an audience
of sexeral thousand people
Ex en before dawn the interested crowd began to gather at the Ford Airport in
Dearborn Michigan On this site four twentv five foot telephone poles and
seventv six anchors embedded six feet in the ground had been set out A compli
cated arrangement of ropes and pulleys was used to hold the great balloon as it was
filled with gas and while it rose from the ground
When inflated the bag measured one hundred sex enty fixe feet in height The
gondola a large sphere made of aluminum allov was wheeled under and attached
to the balloon It had two manholes through which the passengers entered and
ten portholes for obserx ation purposes Space had been proxided for hundreds of
pounds of equipment and cosmic ray apparatus On the outside hung manv bags
of sand ballast which could be automatically released from within
When all was in readiness, the moorings were gradually loosened, except the
four ropes fastened to the four telephone poles Mrs Piccard climbed into the
rigging and the professor entered the gondola At a signal of the flag from the
the four ropes The ship poised for a moment like a bird then rose into the air
In yust a few minutes it was out of sight swallowed up behind the clouds ofdawn
The Piccards mission to obserxe and to obtain d ita on the cosmic rav and ele
ments of the stratosphere, was successful but their landing was disappointing
because the great balloon was ripped by the branches of trees This intrepid couple
are ready however, to ascend again whenexer another flight can be financed and
thus through the brat erv of such as they is man s conquest of the unixerse slowli
A Symphony In Blue
By Hang' Neyer
Ever since the im ention of radio, physicists and engineers hate been striung
to correlate impulses of light and sound so that music may become x isual as well as
audible' as wet their experimentation has met with failure. While not claiming
any super-scientific ability I beliexe that I have solved this problem to my personal
satisfaction. It has become almost a natural reaction for me to associate the surface
of the Detroit Riser under xarving natural conditions with the music of the great
At times when the river assumes a vitid azure hue and a brisk wind breaks the
surface into innumerable little waves that sparkle dance and scintillate in the
reflection of the brilliant sun I think of the wind intoxicating Hungarian music
of Brahms and Liszt.
Whenex er the rit er becomes forbidding and leaden hued, the surface disturbed
Only bv a swell, I invariably think of the somber strains of "Finlandia, by Sibelius.
While the sight of huge waves pounding against the shore with all the fury
that the storm can impel is not pretty neither is Wagnerian music pretty' but both
hate a martial air of infinite power that awakens responsive chords in me.
A view of deep blue waves lapping the shore gixes a feeling of relaxation like
that produced bv the beautiful "New World Sym hony of Dvorak.
Perhaps some incredulous ones may ask, a ter reading these few examples if
the surface of a river can depict so much' but let them remember that this spectacle
was created bv the greatest impressario of them all He who created the stage on
which all mortals act.
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The Never Failing Universe
By D Slater
Wztb Apologzex ta Sczerzce
By the way ohn what do you think of that new tvyo hundred inch telescope
thev ve yust completed? Professor Shapley was saying as the two men were leaving
the table after a hearty meal You know the one that s being installed in the
Why from what I ye heard it 1S expected to si ht oy er three hundred thousand
new stars but that seems almost impossible his r1end answered
Professor Harlow Shapley an experienced astronomer and director of the
Hary ard University Obsery atory seemed excited about the new telescope because
on the following day he was to be g1XCI1 the opportunity of gazing through it His
intimate friend Dr Johnj Nassau of the Case School of Applied Science in Balti
more had arrived in Boston to XISII Professor Shapley and trade facts with him
Both gentlemen appeared to be nearly fortv but they were really ten years older
Their intense excitement probably accounted for their youthful appearance They
had become close friends 1n former davs as roommates in college and their mutual
interests were as strong as ey er if not stronger
Professor Shapley a yyidoyy er for the past fifteen years had buried himself in
astronomical research in the hope of assuaging his grief over the death of his beloved
science and had recently become intersted in astronomy through his friend s in
You know ohn one of the reasons I inyited you here was to giye you an
exceptional opportunity to see the uniyerse Although that telescope you ye been
using IS all right for the school Im sure you ll be amazed when you peer at the
heavens through this one predicted Sha ley
Well I certainly hope you re right answered the doctor hopefully because
just a few days ago while looking through our telescope 1n Baltimore I sighted
something strange crossing the face of the moon but I couldn t continue my ob
sery ations on account of bad weather
Is that so? inquired the rofessor Maybe it was a small meteor
No I think not it seeme much larger. More likely 1E was a meteorite .
Well that will be one of the things we can look for tomorrow night' and if
this telescope will do what I think it can we shall be able to see an ant on the moon
if there is one laughingly' replied Shapley.
The ey ening conditions could not haye been better for obsery ing the heay ens.
The sky was so clear that it would probably haye taken this new telescope to detect
a trace of a cloud and the moon was high.
The time was about eley en-thirtv when the rofessor was heard explaining the
new invention to his dear friend the doctor. he objective lens has a focal length
of seventy-five feet and a circumference of two-hundred inches. The two ey e-piece
lenses have only one-tenth millimeter focal length. The total magnification power
is slightly more than fifteen-thousand diameters!
The doctor shook his head in amazement. 'Why that s twice as much as the
one I ve been using in Baltimore .
It s the greatest in the world continued the professor and see all of those
little gadgets on that platform. Well we can so adjust them that the tube will
continue to point at any astronomical body. Clocks regulate it.
Marvelous! exclaimed the other much intereste ' 'but let us get busy. Im
anxious to see that moon.
h Mounting the steps to the platform they beamed with excitement and en-
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Here goes cried Nassau as he pushed a button Instantly the long tube
slowly began to rise as a slight purr of electric motors was heard Up and up the
end tube ascended until If was nezrlx xertical then the button was released
Now over to the right a little and I think well haxe it murmured the
doctor in a trembling voice Ten degrees isn t IID
Let s see yes that s right sexentv eight degrees ten m1nutes up and ten
degrees to the right confirmed Shapley Got it?
There she is beamed ohn as he adjusted the lens with nervous lingers
Great Scott look at that moon'
Shaplev put his eve to the eye piece Lord' he gasped I can almost reach
out and touch it'
Yes Did vou notite that black thing near the center? See it? That spot on
I see lf What can it be? It looks almost like a hole in the moon Shaplex
replied calming down alittle
It s larger now said Nassau but when I caught a glimpse of it a few days
ago it was yust a black spot on the edge of the moon and now it 15 onlv at
But wait a minute Doctor whatever that thing is it IS headed at an oblique
Im not right
Hmm murmured Nassau I guess that s right Look it s beginning to
light up on one side lt s probably passing out of the earth s umbra You can see
it eclipsing part of the moon s surfate now he idded as he again passed the in
strument to the rofessor
Shapley stu ied the sight mumbling slightlv to himself Suddenlv he spoke
ohn that meteorite Qthat s what I m sure it IS ex en though it s large IS moving
much faster than its shadow on the moon Again he peered through the telescope
Doctor the shadow IS growing larger fast Do vou know what that means?
No I can t say that I do
The professor was not jovial It means he said stenly that the huge
meteorite is hurtling through space at such an angle that it will strike the moon
within the next ten minutes'
What' cried Nassau, Spflflglflg to his feet Why that s incredible Ten
minutes vou say?
Maybe sooner! answered Shapley. I haven t been able to calculate the
exact speed it s traveling but I should say about three thousand miles an hour'
and it appears to be only five hundred miles from the moon!
"What will happen if it hits the moon? Na-sau shouted.
'I have no idea. The meteorite is about one-eighth the size of the moon but
it is traveling fast enough to smash it into a million pieces. The earth would prob-
ably receive most of them and I hate to think of the outcome. That shadow is
growing larger continued the professor. Please quiet down ohn. There is
absolutely nothing we can do. The time is too short only about live minutes now.
Although this may mean the end of the world Im really quite glad I am able to
witness it clearly through this telescope.
"Isn't there some possible chance that the meteorite will hit the moon without
bursting it? Couldn't it become a moon of the moon? asked the doctor trying to
be calm. 'You really don t think this is the end. Do you?
"As I said before ohn I have no definite idea. The possibility of its becoming
a moon of the moon is not likely because the meteorite is traveling too fast. Hmm
this is strange Doctor' the shadow has stopped growing larger. john! he shouted
"it's moving to the right! lt might miss!
"Might miss you say? cried Nassau.
i'Yes, yes, it s going to miss! cried Shapley. ' It s curving around to the rightl'
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The huge meteorite although headed straight for the moon, had bv some
unknown power, been forced to bend from its course and was now fast disappearing
What is your explanation for that meteorite s suddenly turning, Professor?
Nassau asked his body still trembling but his voice remarkably calm and steady
Well, mv only explanation is that the force of attraction of the moon and
that of the meteorite were the same, and as you know like forces repel
That s logical enough From where do you think this meteorite came?
It s hard to say for sure thoughtfully answered Shaplev but y ou remember,
about three years ago someone discoy ered that one of the faint satellites of upiter
had disappeared Well, from my calculations of the s eed and the distance betvyeen
upiter and our moon, I figured it yyould take one o them lust about this long to
reach our moon Of course, nobody knows exactlv when upiter s satellite broke
away Anvway that s my theory concerning the case
I suppose this will affect the tides Professor , rem lrked Nassau
Undoubtedly John Come, let s go home Im tired lfter this trying ex
Professor, I was just thinking Nassau said as they were walking along the
street how manv times Iye heard of astronomers predicting disruptions in the
universe, but, vou know the uniyerse ney er fails us
By IWW IJ Llp rclutz
In the midst of 1 heayy thick forest there W is an intersection of two roads
The road running east and yyest came into sight oyer a slight rise yyent directly
across the tableland as if it knevy its oyyn mind md disappeared from yiew behind
a rockv knoll This road noyy h ad 1 long line of trxfhc on it, trucks motorcy cles,
About two hundred y trds to the right of thc ro td, enc amped in the woods yy as
a company ofAmer1c1n machine gunners, stretched out on the ground asleep H tying
marched twenty miles that day they slept as soundlv as the de td They' were
moying constantly northyy ard north to the Argonne where the two armies shly ered
and killed each other in an attempt to forget their respectiye troubles.
Later that night there yy as '1 disturbance among the men,-much rattling and
bumping, clanking of metal, creaking of leather thud-thud of mule s hoofs, swishing
of whips and muffled exhortations: "Guddup ol rack of bones! Then silence,
broken by the shuffle of many feet. The company was slowly moving along the road.
In the middle of the column a man tripped on a stone and fell oy er his mate.
"Where the hell are you going? demanded he who had been fallen upon.
' Is that y ou Rav? asked the ayy kward one.
"Aargh grunted the first. "Still asleep huh?
"Pipe down said an authoritative voice in the darkness, yy heieupon the men
This particular company had been recruited from a Middle West state, and
haying marched half way through northern France, had seen numerous and sundry
engagements. He who had stumbled yy as one Floy d Smith, yyho yy as beyond a
doubt the funniest specimen of a soldier yet seen in this part of France. His helmet
was too large and so yy as his blouse, but his coat was too small ey en for his under-
sized form. The result yy as that his blouse sleey es came down below the cuffs of
his coat and a good three inches and coy ering his hands assisted in keeping those
members warm. He vyas the butt of manv crude jokes and would have been utterly
miserable had it not been for his beloved pal Ray.
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The expression on the little man s fice to night w hen rewetled bv a bursting
rocket, denoted st1rk terror For two weeks he had traxeled through wasted
country, had seen on all sides the desolation of the war, had sle t in muddv rat
infested trenches, and scratched diligentlx it a prize collection o cooties Now,
he was on his w IX to the battle rox al of the w ar, and was petrified
Early next morning the outht h ilted at the edge of 1 broad river, the Meuse,
spanred bv a pontoon bridge Ori all sides were evidences of in anticipated idx ance
artillery, infintrx, an engireer comp mv, French ard Senxgilese troops, lll lay
resting on the ground
Smith was just ibout to hide in a deserted hole when a two wheeled cart ap
peared, piled high with cans, pots, and dishes the chow had arrix ed
Immediatelw there followed a wild scramble in which each man got IHIO line
and presented his mess kit Each man got a slice of good, tough bread slightly
sour, but appetiaing
This bread was brought u from the held bakery, piled up on truclcs as if it
were wood or coal If it picke up a little mud on the journex , the cook would wipe
it off and the ultimate consumer need newer know the difference
This bre 1d in a far fetched sense, won the battle For whit happened was
this Smith upon eating his meal begin to feel slightlv ill 1nd thinking a short
walk might do him good, set off to the south When he was about a mile from his
unit, he decided to take a bath in an attempt to get rid of his cootie colony ust
as he was in the center of the Nfleuse, spasmodic bursts of fire broke out to the north
which soon swelled to the roar of a battle Smith immediately began to swim
frantically for shore, and arrix ed bre1thless and nude, on the wrong side'
In his h iste ind excitement the little min did not notice the unfamili 1r sur
roundings but trotted back to the north a ludicrous sight in his natural state
Imagine his consternttion when he suddenlx stumbled upon 1 mtchine gun nest'
Now this nest w1s the cruci 11 point in the entire adv ance lt comminded the
pontoon bridge icross the Meuse in such 1 w iv, that if the gun were not silenced
the entire lLlY ince would be help up for an indehnite period
Now herein lies the yoke for the gunners upon spy ing Smith g illopin 1 ilong in
his birthday suit immediatelx assumed th it he w1s a German soldier, anc began to
laugh Smith was so frightened as to be speechless, but when the un began to
fire at the oncoming American line, wherein he saw his pal Ray , he orgot himself
and cried aloud Hex don t do that'
lnstantlv the nearest gunner jumped the American. In the tussle that followed,
the little II1'lD got hold of his opponents belt, seized his bay onet and killed the
German, who fell leaving the belt dangling in Smith s hands. The gun crew had
in the intermin, swung the gun towards Smith, who, hardly knowing what he was
doing, pulled the rings on two of the grenades hanging to the dead mzlll s belt and
heaved the whole into the nest. He turned and ran like one possessed, but had
gone only ten steps when he was knocked down by a wave of air preceded by an
ear-splitting detonation, and was instantly trampled upon by the feet of Allied
troops who storming across the bridge were just in time to see the destruction of the
A cold dreary day, lowering clouds, a regiment of Allied troops drawn up in a
pasture, with little Smith out in front being decorated by a magnificent French
general, whose face was surrounded by a mass of wiry whiskers.
"For bravery in action, disregard of personal safety in the face of direct machine
gun fire, we decorate you with the Croix de Guerre," he said as his lips touched
Smith on each cheek.
' W 1 ll be-' said bewildered little Smith. "Imagine being kissed by a
manl' Now he expected to be laughed at forever, but instead of jeers, cheers
greeted him and Smith began to like the w ar.
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JANUARY 1935 VIKING
Sunset On The Rlver The Angelus
As the sh ldes of CXCI11l'1g fall SOI'Ll1tl flllkl o1lx 1n dax IIITIC s l11rsh hght
And the xx orld forgets 1ts L tre Now x ou are gold 111 the SUIT s dx 111g gle un
Etched agamst the txx1l1ght slc1es TUfl7lLl and sullen IU m1ddax
Thex stand l1eads hoxx ed 111 prlx er Noxx golden majesue lllkl hmghr
Rax s of the dep 1rt1ng sun The frelghters become is shlps 111 a dream
Smlle o11 a d IX so fazr W1th p1lots so braxe at tl1e1r helms
A couple c.l1d 111 peasfmt garb Bound xv1th r1eh targoes for SL1I'l ZQIILICLI. realms
Who stand helds hoxx ed 1n pr IX er Afloat on a molten gold strelm
Returnmg thanks for meager food That squahd xx arehouse tl11s uumblmg shed
The s11nple tlothes thev wear Thex too heeome gold 1n the sun s falllng heam
In deepest rex e1e11te to thelr God Wh1Cl1 g1lds ahke frelght r l1u1ld1ng and streun
Thex stxnd heads hoxxed 1U prax er When the r1x er and su11 gold are xxed
WILLIAN1 DOLLX ROBLRT SCHL xmrs
To Northern Hlgh
'Nlorthen H1gh mx da1lx home
You are a gultllflg hght
Wnthout xour healthful LIISLIPIIUC
L1 e xxould not seem qUlIC I'1gl'lI
Elph morn I ansxver to xour L 111
When I d prefer to sleep
Though xou demand exattlng to1l
Ifl lost xou I sl1ould xx eep
Elch mght I leaxe xou tlred spent
And homexvard vvend mx xx 1x
To lest and xx ork md he prep zred
To meet another dax
Northern I-hgh xou groxx 011 one
You are the l1fe I need
To work and plav xv1th1n x our xv 1lls
Is I1 zppmess 1f1t.lCCLl
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The Northern H1 Y
BELCHLR TODD Prerzdent
THOMAS BROWN Vice Prerzdent
HENRY BARNETT Secretary
HERMAN ZANGER Sergeant at Armf
DAYTON CLOSSER Hzftorzan
Another lmk has been added to the chaln of successful sears of the Northern
H1 Y As always the club was capablv sponsored by Mr L L Bexer of the
Y M C A
Sexeral well known c1t1zens ofDetrO1t have spoken to us 1nclud1ng Judge Plmv
W March formerlv ofthe Recorders Court and Judge ohn Maher of the Trafhc
A xar1ets of act1x1t1es IS shown bw the fact that H1 Y took part 1n charlty at
Thanksgnmg and Chr1stmas football and basketball games sw1mm1ng skatmg
and soC1al affalrs
A large delegauon of members attended the state Older Boys Conference at
Lansmg on November 30 and December 1 and 2
Unfortunately the club started the year w1th a great loss 1n membersh1p due
to the graduatmg class of-Iune 1934 We expect to lose only a few members at th1s
t1me The commg wear holds b1gger and better thlngs for the H1 Y to undertake
To those few who are leaung hovwcxer we wlsh the greatest success 1n thelr
future endeax ors
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l'ur1 Rou4C Moonn D HANNA B Duls F BROTHERTON R RENAUD Annum'
F URQUliNRT oHNsoN P XANDERMADE B Smzppxnn
Ynoml Rau Miss HOLLOWAX MRS CQLEN1 KN P BAUMUARDINER ll CULVER B A XVARRI
xrn B FIIUX G BRALN S LEHR Nfl PHILLIPS Miss VOORHEIS
ANE ARBURY Prefzdent
ROMAYNL RILNAUD .fecretafjy
EAN OHNSON Trearurer
FLoRE1sc11 BROTHLRTON Sergemzt at Arms
Durrng the past term we members of Euterpe have been strrung to further our
knowledge of fore1gn places and the l1terature connected wlth these places Under
the guldance of our able sponsors Mlss X oorhles, Mrs Coleman, and M1ss Hollaway,
we have successfully artalned our goal Our most mterestmg speaker was Mrss
Voorh1es who told us of her trrp to England thls summer
The club IS now plannlng a budge tea whlch we hope to g1VC durmg Chustmas
We are contrrbutmg to the Braxlle fund agarn th1s year and hope our small
contr1but1on w1ll a1d the fund
We hase taken 10 elght or ten new members th1s term and haxe enloyed havmg
them wxth us
Euterpe members are lookrng forward to makmg the club ex en more 1nterest1ng
ln the future
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JANUARY ww 1935 -fr VIKING
F1rrtRau D CLxRL YK IKELLOGC E BRXDFORD L BhDELLs K Hoixuzs B XX simian
.YmmdRou Vw Duran B BXRLETT C Pom' MR XXILSON L Nleiasow H Moons
The final meeting ofthe thirtieth term of Northern s oldest debating and public
speaking club was ended with farewell tddresses bv the seniors md ofhcers If the
semi annual banquet at the Book Cadill IC Hotel
Meetings were held exerx Wednesdu at the homes of the xarious members
feeling of compamonship among the members At these meetings herv speeches and
actue debates contributed to the knowledge ofthe members ofthe orgamzation
Fifteen wears hate passed since Senate s hrst customs and tracl1t1ons were es
tablished It is a club wherein self confidence and a sense of I'CSPOUSlbll1IV are
deseloped Here a member s character IS built and prepared for the vwork of the
Senate wishes its graduites and those of the school warmest COUgl'21CL1llI10l'lS
and sincerest wishes for their success
Liow. EL BLDLLLS Prefzdent
EDW ARD BRADFORD Vzfe Preyzdent
ALMOND HoLMLs .Yecremry
WILLIANI KLLLOGG Sergeant at Army
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JANUARY ab 1935 -ar VIKING
F1rJtRou TEITEI S Hoxn R Btxrssrrsus D LEWIN H Simon L S11.xLRMxN
M Skwon R vslNTl'.R E Btooxi
.Yefond Rau l Poivr L Suools H Fuussroxn F MINTZ K FRIEDMXN S SLGERKIKIN
F Fxsmclb. Miss CXMPBELL
HILDA SHOOB Pfefzdcfzt
LILLIAA SILVI RINI KN V766 P1 czfzdefzt
DORA LLVINI .fmcfaxy
Ross B1:RNsT1:1N Tfearzuez
Vllss A CAMPBI LL .Ypmzmr
We feel this xear that we hax e made real adx ancement toward our goal Among
Barlum Toxx er and a trip to Greenfield Y illage We xx ere most fortunate in obtaining
as speakers Miss Smith whose subject xx as Tr tx els in England , and Dr Katzin
xx ho spoke on Food, Cosmetics, and Drugs
We take this opportunitx to thank publiclx the members of the Girls Glee
Club under the direction of Mrs Searle, and the members of the Northern H1gh
School Orchestra who made x alued and much enyox ed contributions to our programs
Social gatherings at the homes of the members haxe been successful in their
purpose The semi annual affair, to which alumnae were 1nx ited, xx as a source of
pleasure to all who attended New members this year are the following Ex elxn
Bloom Adele Friedman Fav Fishkin Sophie Sugarman Helen Firestone, Frieda
Mintz Irene Pont and Zelma Shoob
We haxe maintained our high scholastic standard exidenced bx the fact that
Hilda Shoob won the Trideal Medal
The members welcomed the opportunitx of aiding the Sight Saxing Classes
We cannot amplx express our thanks to Miss Alice Ctmpbell under whose
sponsorship Delta Kappa was founded and xxithout xx hose aid it could not possiblx
hax e developed
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F1r1tR0w E Acon M Guzxsox D Lsxms MENENBERC Miss MooN D Buum
E STBINBERF R GREENHLXTT F MILILIKN
5'econdRou E Burou S Pxsxuvruk S NOIXND ll LUNQ noruwl H Rormms M
Scmuzxc R BERNSTEIN R XXINTER
Third Rau R WEISS M IRRAEL S MKRKONVIFY D Mont KN I W BISENIHXI S MM NBR
ACK 'VlLx1.NBLRG Prefzdenr
DIANE BARON Vzce Prefzdent
DORA LEVINE Secretary
Miss MooN Sparuor
The Cometra e Plaxers under the com etent gLl1LldI'1CC of the sponsor Mxss
Moon, have adde to the1r records a group o achlex ements
The play a delightful comedy, whlch was presented to the student bodv, was
The Sauce for the Gosllngs Thls sem1 annual productlon was placed 1n the able
hands of Ethel Stelnberg dlrector The cast 1ncluded Rose Greenblatt Exelvn
Bloom Douglas Morgan Sldnev Markoutz Mx er Israel, and Dora Lewlne
To further the 1nd1x1dual member s knowledge concermng dtamat1cs a program
commxttee vxas appointed, cons1st1ng of ack Menenberg Dora Leune and Belle
Rothenberg Thls comm1ttee secured speakers and planned lnterestlng d1scuss1ons
on the dex elopment of the drama and the resent stage of dramat1cs Mr Lawrence
of Professor Dunham s staff was obtalnet to gnc characterlzatlons and lmpersona
txons from the play the College Plas ers produced at Wav ne UHIX CFSIIW last vear
The club feels fortunate nn haung a few of IES members represented IU the sem1
annual 12A plax Among them are Dxane Baron, Allce Granoff and Helen Robbxns
Among the personnel of the club are the treasurer of the graduatlng class, two
members of the student councxl, and three members of the V1k1ng staff
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Fzrtt Row E Kms L Sum B BEKN HOLDEN BETTY Hrzrrzxucu S WETs'raxN
B THOMPSON E FERRIS F BROTIIERTON Miss ELLIOTT
stC071dR0w1MISS CLAWSON B MITTON R LEET11: oHNsoN P BAUMGARDNER M1ss
TENINGA H Evsmc B Tu.co'r'r D VANDERMADB M J GILMORE
Under the capable hands of M1ss Clawson, M1ss Tenmga and M1ss Elllott
Trldeal trles to carry out IIS motto fr1endsh1p, char1ty and scholarsh1p
Throughout the year the g1rls make If an obpect to g1XC baskets to needy fam1l1es
and flnd var1ous ways of helpmg people connected w1th the welfare and also glve
ZSSISIRHCC to the s1ght savmg class
Trldeal s mterest 10 gnrls 1n school as well as school act1v1t1es has led them to
award two medals, one to the best g1rl undergraduate scholar and one to the best gtrl
Holdmg meet1ngs on the first, second and fourth Monday s of the month Tr1deaI
has been able to have an 1ntercst1ng and educat1onal program
M1ss Russell who spent a great deal of t1me 1n MCXICO, was able to g1VC the
gxrls a most mterestmg account of the beautles and cond1t1ons of Mexxco In add1
t1on to havlng M1ss Russell Tr1deal was fortunate ID securlng M1ss Leonard who
gaxe an account of the hxstory of M1ss Barry s School 1n Georgla
The Club has had one of the most successful years 1n IIS hlstory under the leader
shxp ofjane Arbury as Pres1dent, Betty Helferlch as X 1ce Presldent Elxzabeth M11
ste1n Secretary, ane Holden Treasurer, and Betty Thompson, Sergeant at Arms
Harrlet Ewlng Laura Stem, and Enora Ferrls were the new members taken 1nto
Tr1deal Ih1S term
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F1rfrRau HY Bumssnsxrs XKI1sToN L TRICG B SMITH XX moox P BEFUN
A GOLDBEIQ S GOLDSTEIN B SIIIzPIIIzRo
.Y:tomlRr1w- QCHLESINCJER Tnowvsov B HART E GUTSON U omzs SIIIREMET
RY-IN II GRIME W CIIBVERNOIIY Mn MCRIY
or hern N Club
WILLIAM ANOOK Prefzdent
ACK SCIILIZSINGLR Vzce Prendent
BRENT SMITH Secremq
PIIILLIP BLGUN Sergeant at army
MR E J MCRAY Advzrer
The Northern N Club fInIshed a successful term th1s semester, both socIally
and athletIcally The purpose of th1s organIzatIon IS to promote and mamtam a
h1gh school sp1r1t and to encourage bovs to partIcI ate In varsIty athletlcs T
become elIgIble for membersh1p In thIs club the can Idate must have won a varslty
letter In a major sport and must show that he IS a leader In school Splflf
Due to the very fme work accompllshed by a membersh1p drIve, the club has
now twenty actue members
The fellows of the club w1sh to extend a warm welcome to all new varsIty letter
wInners and slncerely hope that they wIll carry on the work In the future, as the
members haxe IU the past
Mr E J McRaw, sponsor, deserxes many thanks for h1s untIr1ng efforts IH
helpmg the progress of the club The dee est gratltude of the members IS also
extended to the club offlcers who performed t eIr tasks very capably
To those members who wIll be lost by graduatlon, the club extends IES best
wIshcs for theIr future happ1ness and success
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JANUARY 1935 VIKING
F1rrt Rau R Brtovsrs M MILES R Nhumxu MISSTRUNlllL1L B lmxm B FRALIQK
E Ross C Hozmvs.
.S':mndRou X PRATT F Pow T Himsa N Lua N Sums N Dun D Novus
Tl1IfdR0u L PERLSFEIIN D LHIPMXV l A1.nxxNDER M Ruomss M HERRIUTT
Ellen H Rlchards Club
BLTTY FRALICK Prcrzdent
BARBARA FARRANJ Vzfe Prerzdent
The Ellen H R1Cl1dI'ClS Club lb Nlorthern s Home Economxcs OI'gdll1L3.ClOIl
and II conslsts of glrls who h ue stud1ed elther elothmg Home Stlence or Famllx
and Ch1ld L1fe for one semester or more The urpose of the club IS to promote an
1nterest 1n Home Econom1cs and to mcrease goo fellowsh1p The Ellen H R1chards
Club was orgamzed IH 1924 and the club colors are x ellow and orch1d
The fall season began with the formal 1n1t1at1on of the new members who are
Leora Alexander Rose Brown Y 1rg1n1a Dugu1d Theresa Heller Vllldred Herrlott
Harrlet Hoffman Galdxs Hopklns Ellzabeth Howman Mars Mlles Ruth Needham
Penn1e Nob1le, Dorothv Paton Lucxlle Pearlste1n Vu 1an Pratt Margaret Rhodes
and Harrxet Rosenzwe1g
Our socxal act1x1t1es cons1sted of teas p.1rt1es ind eh 1r1tx work Wxth Ruth
Needham as cha1rman we donated two baskets of food for Thanlcsgnrng to needy
famlllcs of Northern Gally lctured strapbooks were m ide for the poor chrldren
A splash party was decl ed upon and a soual ex enlng xx as spent at Norma
Allen s home on November 28 1934 The sale of candy at the Sen1or play proved
a huge success
Our sponsors are Mlss Hollow ax and Vlxss Trumbull
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FllIfR01l G Rtmx M BORISON F Evsruv C Gut-.s S LEFKONVIFZ B Mxxcts
E Guklvs K FRI:-znxru. I 'XDLER H BXLHER F Rumx L DOBKIN
Second Rau R BROWN P LEVINE E Crussw Y ROXBORUUCH B STBIN B EPSTEIN
F RESNILK R PITKowsKY M Gaossnuvr R Gocnow MISSMKLONE
Der Deutsche Kranz
BESSIE MARCUS Preudent
SHIRLEY LErKoxx1Tz Vzce Prefzdent
CORA GATLS Secretary
FLORENCE EPSTEIN Treamrer
To 1n1t1ate the new members of Der Deutsche Kranz a gav costume partv was
held on Hallowe en at the home of Freda Rubrn The m1t1at1on comm1ttee stern
and unrelentlng took charge ofthe trembllng pledges Upon takmg the tradlonal
oath the follownng became members of the club Irene Adler, Beatr1ce Ostrow
Rebecca P1towsky Bettv Stem Ed1th Gussm, Paullne Levlne, Harrxet Marvxn
Hrlda Bacher, Eluabeth Cravens, L1ll1an Dobkm Florence Resnxclc, and Margaret
Grossbart Refreshments were sers ed, and the remalnder of the evcnmg was spent
rn playlng games and danclng
The object of the oranlzatlon 1S to acquamt the members wxth the l1fe polltxcs,
and hlstory ofthe German people Nirss Bertha Malone, our sponsor, havmg trax cled
and llved ln Germanv, is well mformed on these subyects
One of the speakers th1s term was a former student at Northern Mr George
Wagman, who had traxeled m Europe and had lxxed sexeral months IH Palestine
We greatlv enpox ed h1s mterestmg and xnstructne tccount of h1s adxentures Also
we benefited bx sexeral excellent talks deln ered bx promlnent speakers, some of
whom are 1ncluded rn Northern s facultv
At Chustmas tlme vse had an outmg We plan to contlnue our RCCIYIUCS everv
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.l'fC071dR0u Miss LLOAARD C Cmsrsovsaru L Rune B Svx Axsox NK IXNICLERBOLK
C BUELL L POTTIAGER C Coovhn F Flu S Bm Nllssl'lxLrERT
orthern Grrls Club
OSLPHINE CLAPI Pzerzdent
BARBARA HAINING Vzce Prefzdent
DOROTHY Wrrr Secretary
ELTRIEDA ALBRFCHT film-Club Coumelar
'Vl1ss HALFERT Sponforf
Under the gu1dance of our sponsors and under the leadersh1p of our officers the
club has sought and succeeded 1nl1x mg up to the rdeals estabhshed by precedxng clubs
Our act1v1t1es for the semester sn ere many and yarled One of the most lmpres
s1ve meetlngs of the club the formal 1n1t1at1on of new members, took place IH the
Chapel ofthe Central Y W C A The candle hght and soft organ musxc rndellbly
stam ed 1n the m1nds of members the h1gh 1deals and ums of the group and set the
stan ard for the rest of our gatherlngs
The clxmax of soclal act1y1t1es was reached when the club combmed busrness
vuth pleasure and sponsored a Scaxenger Hunt COUS1LlCI'CCl from 1 hnancl 11 as
Well as a soc1al standpomt rt xx as extremely successful
Besxdes good times, the g1rls took up thexr I'CSPOI'lSlb1l1I1CS xuth the rest of
Northern I-hgh School and prepared Thanksgrung btskets They also made toys
for chrldren 1n hospltals
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I"1rJtRou MR Cxswau. -X GOIDBERL O HHQTL S XIINE S XVILLI-.R
.fecond Rau D xssay R GUNSBERC R STEGMAN l-l XAINBANLEN
At the seml annual banquet of the Northern l-llgh Standards the followlng
ofhcers vsere elected Presldent Oscar Hertz X1CCPI'CS1LlCIlE Albert Goldberg
Through the ard of our sponsor Mr Caswell the club has successfully completed
another year of soc1al and eclucatlonal actxutv
The outstandmg soc1al esents of the semester COUS1SlCd of an outmg at the
estate of Mr Caswell 1n Blrmmgham and the attendlng ofthe 12 A plav en masse
Harold VanB.1alen one of our most outstandlng members had a gatherlng at h1s
home whlch was attended by sex eral alumnl and thoroughly en1oyed by all
The new members admltted thls semester are Rlchard Gunsberg and Dax 1d Jassy
The Hxgh Standards showed thelr school Splflf bv assxstmg the sxght savmg
teacher ln readlng to her pupils
The Club extends best wlshes to the graduatmg class
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Inter Nos Club
KM Pol LOCK Vzce P1 exzdent
IVIARY ZLIFNIAA Secretary
LILLX TRl,TL Treafurer
MISS lx C-XNIPBILL Spomorf
Wlth the .nd of Mtss K Clmpbell Mlss Grant, .ind the COOPCIZIIIOII of all
the members, the Inter Nos Club his completed another successful term of soeml
The purpose of thls orgamzatlon IS to foster the htgher 1de.1ls of womanhood
The Club has been org.1t11Led under A new tonstltutlon and Ims tzken 1n manv new
The mformal IUIUJIIOFI was held at 1 Htllowe en partx
The members ofthe Club had a Weenxe Roast at P xlmer Park Sundax Nou ember
18 1934, and exerv girl enyoy ed herself
The custom of glXlIIg Th.mIcsg1x1ng baskets to the needx was tontlnued thls
In .1dd1t1on to these functlons, the members looked f0I'VN1I'LI to 1 Greenheld
X 1II lge Tour 1nd .1 trlp to the Hostess Cake Comp mx
We are xerx sorrx to h ue the grlduates Ie ue, but wlsh them the best of luek III
cxtrxthmg thex undertlke to do
We ofler tongratulltlons to the followmg grxdultes
L1IIx Trute Anna Xetz Frede Rubln M lf, BCFIIII, and Ida Rudd
Our new members 1re Helen X lekers Allte Vlckers Ruth Makela Ellzflbeth
ILIOX Esther Waldmln Charlotte Dol1nlc.1 Sarah Bexgler, Sldle Belgler LIIIITU
Westerman, Sarah Klam, IVIAFIOH ohnson, Lorraine Elllott, and Annetta LeDoulx
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Fxrrr Rau PERBUT uc CHEVBRINOHY T1-xoNiPsoN WILLIXMS TRIGG MARKOWITZ Nawwurs.
.ferom1'Row Scnuurz ONES SHTYK Hunsozs Snuutmar
Tl11rdRow BIRNBERG Busn Coxcn POWERS Gowns Swroorzn Svfxjlw Sromssrnaar
MosoN Wnyvlourn KABZINSKI wuzs
Fourth ROW'HAZBN WESTON CAsuu SOLOMON BECUN COSTRINI Bunk Wxznmzn
F1ftl1Row-Asnwfw DEWITT E MCRAY Mon Srorrsk MGR HEIDNIXN
Northern s 1934 football team was the oorest to represent the school 1n over
a decade The team went through a sche ule of seven games, wmnlng one and
los1ng the remammg s1x
The poor showmg found the Esk1mos 1n n1nth place when the final Eastern
D1v1s1on standmg was announced Only one team Cass Tech, fimshed below North
ern The Techn1c1ans lost all thelr games and were the only team Northern was able
Northern lost to Southeastern, Hamtramck, Central Denby Pershmg and
Eastern W1th the one except1on of the Hamtramck game, Northern had a chance
each of the contests, Northern staged a scoring threat whxch a peared certaxn to
net a touchdown, only to have lf snuffed out by a poor cholce o plays
The 1934 eleven lacked experlence from the start of the season Ed Gutson
and Phxl Begun were the veteran l1nemen, whlle Herb Newman boasted the most
experlence among the backs Charley Solomon ack Weston, Harry Blrnberg
Luc1us W1lll3mS, and Leslle Trlgg were expected to gnc the team enough power to
make ll a successful season
Coach Edd1e Power s blggest dxfhcultv came 1n fmdmg a good quarterback
He used Harrv Blrnberg Herb Newman, and ack Weston at the s1gnal callmg post
and none handled the pos1t1on 1n a fxrst class manner
Coach Powers howex er, awarded a Y arslty N to twenty tvso players They
were Harry B1rnberg Phxl Begun, Walter Chevernohy Herman Casarx, Bob DeW1tt
Ed Gutson, ohn Hazen, Wallace Hudson, Uyxal ones, Frank Kabzmskl Louls
Markownz, Herb Newman, Clement Foston, Louls Perbutak John Sharcmet,
Charles Solomon, Roman Shtvk, Lemuel Ss ajlan, Ed Thompson, Les Trxgg ack
Weston, and Luc1us W1ll1ams
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F11 rf Roz R Psmux Lox ETT E Sx ETIN x
.fzrozzd Rau MR Lexus x ua ox SCHLESINGER Poss H 11 ILSON 'X GOLDBERC
MR MCR n
Led bx the plax of thejack Schleslnger Jack Poss and Elmer Swetma Ham1lton
W1lson combmatlons Northern s tennls team vs is runner up for the Metropohtan
Detro1t Hrgh School C1930 fall net trtle
The team won sxx stralght matches fine of whrch were league affarrs to galn
the rlght of plaw mg Northwestern for the clty crown at the Detrolt Tennls Club
However the Northwestern squad was too much for Northern and the Colts woi
The Schles1nger Poss and Swetrna W1lson teams each won srx consecut1ve
matches The latter parr lost only one set plaved 1n the matches whlch preceded
the Northwestern affaxr
Northern won three of 1ts league matches by 2 1 scores and the other won on
3 O shutouts Central Cooley and H1ghland Park succeeded rn takxng one pomt
from the Eskles whlle Northern blanked Redford and U of D Hlgh
After gomg throu h the league season undefeated Northern aga1n met Central
m the semr final roun for the city trtle The match found Northern wlnnxng by
the same score as before 2 1 It was 1n thxs match that Swetma and W1lson suffered
thelr first defeat
In the c1ty final match james Lovett and Ross Per1ne accounted for Northern s
lone vlctory Schleslnger and Ross Per1ne were beaten rn two sets So were W1lson
Per1ne and Schlesmger are lost through graduanon for the sprmg team but
Lowett Poss W1lson Swetlna Doug Jamieson and Ben Plotk1n are back for the
smgles team 1n the sprmg
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F1rJ1R M1ss DEL nav coachy M Sc oo'r1zN S Ko N M REVELL C Gnossrmn
fCaptD E R zzx C C RTER SMIT
fr dR0 D Na M N I ORDXN M ERLILH F PETRONIS I KENNEDX S G vias
Tb1dR A Fanmzno P Moons D HAGUB B Hokovwrz F BEAVER M Suoammcan
GIFIS Fleld Hockey
The llttle old battered hockey ball has been slugged about for the last txme th1s
In spxte of the fme coachlng of MISS Delaney and Captam Grossfxeld the team
emerged wlth one vlctory two t1es and two defeats
The team standmg IS not so h1gh but st1ll If means .1 good deal of hard fast
plavmg was put 1nto effect by the team to get where lf dxd
For many old and gray seterans such as Captam Clara Grossfield Manager
Isabelle ordan Mar1orySchooten Eva Razza Marguar1te Revell Dorothy Newman
and Mabel Nye 1t means the last of h1gh school hockey
Among the outstandlng layers th1s season were Isabelle jordan center half
Carwee Carter left wmg an Mabel Nye rlght full back
Howes er let none be fearful for the candldates for next year have the stuff
that IS needed and w1ll really dlsplay it They have already demonstrated that they
have the necessary Splfll
Followmg are the results of the games thxs season
H1ghland Park Northern
Northeastern 3 Northern
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CoAcH CLEMENS TRIMBLE R Rain P RE D C Novmc ACOBSON COACH MCRAY
A veteran golf team carried Northern to second place m the Metropolitan
Detroit High School fall medal tournament at the Warren Valley Course 111 October
It was the second straight time that the Eskies finished 1n the runner up pos1t1on
to the title having taken second spot 1n the s ring tourney last May
The team was the last coached by the ate Thomas J Clemens who was in
the golf team for several seasons prior to his death
The fall meet was played over a Wind swept course which handicapped the play
of all the contestants None of the participants in the meet was able to break into
the 70 column
Southeastern captured the title with the aggregate score of 337 Northern with
348 was eleven strokes behind The Esk1 team consisted of Charles Novak Phil
Read Bob Reid and Jack Trimble All four had played IH the previous spring
In the fall meet Read carded an 84 against a 79 in the s ring Novak and Reid
carded 85 s at Warren Valley whereas the former had tied fldr the low honors in the
sprmg meet with a 77 while Reid shot an 84 Trimble came home with a 94 one
stroke better than in the PFCVIOUS meet
In the league competition Northern didn t fair so well The team lost to
Cooley Highland Park and Redford while beating U of D High and Central
Novak is the lone member lost by graduation this semester the remaining trio being
eligible to play in the spring
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JANUARY are 1935 -fr VIKING
F1fJfR0w'GlDDlNGS E KING P MURPHY B MAUER A LAUGHARTY Amsunr
5':condRaw--M E MCCLELLAND GUBNTHER V MCKINNON D HANNA S LONG
Glrl s Golf Team
The Northern glrl golfers under the gu1dance of Mxss G1dd1ngs deserve much
cred1t havlng lost only one of the four matches won two and tled one durmg the
The matches wlth both Hamtramck and Central September 17 and October 3
respectlvely resulted ln vlctory for the Esklmettes both scores readlng 5 3 in favor
of Northern The honors and xncldentally the polnts were equally d1v1ded 1n the
Northern Cooley meet on the 20th of September the score bemg 4 4 But the
Hlghland Park gxrls presented our golfers w1th the first and also the last defeat of
the season by totalmg 6 po1nts 1n the1r favor to the 3 wlth wh1ch Northern was
MHFCIH Ranney Jane Arbury Phyllls Murphy and Ellzabeth Kmg made up the
flrst foursome and were respons1ble for most of Northern s v1ctor1es However the
other glrls of the team Vrrgtrua McK1nnon Barbara Mauer Alxce Laugharty
Dorothy Hanna ackala Guenther Barbara Longbotham and Mary Eltzabeth
McClelland also mer1t credtt for Northern s successful season
Of the fifty seven gxrls who partlclpated xn the Htgh School Gnrls Golf Day
held at Palmer Park Golf Course Marcla Ranney shootmg a forty elght placed
fifth 1n 1nd1v1dual records Two glrls shootlng forty s1x and two shootmg forty
seven preceded her on the l1st and Jane Arbury followed 1n sxxth place shootmg a
fi ty one
A novelty match was held thls season at the Oakland Hxlls Golf Club a mtxed
two ball foursome w1th Northwestern Four Northern glrls Ranney No 1
Arbury N0 2 Murphy No 3 and Kmg No 4 and four Northern boys competed
agalnst e1ght boys and glrls from Northwestern Northern won 3 1
The golfers and Mlss Gtddmgs enyoyed the season s golf xmmensely and Northern
IS proud of 1ts teatn
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F1 tRau THOMPSON lhmrssrsrrs MXRKOWITZ GOLDSTEIN Awmansors Gmuaucu
Co cn MCR Y
.Yfond Row Brsx-top IDEN Hoon
When Coach McRav Athletxc D1rector and Cross Country Coach sent out a
call for Cross Countrx asprrants early th1s fall the answer was the most d1shearten1ng
that any coach could face Onlv fourteen bovs turned out for th1s sport and most
of them were freshmen
Facmg th1s small squad Coach McRay s first act was to appornt Samuel Gold
stern the onlv xeteran as captarn He then explarned that he was sorry the student
body drd not take more mterest rn th1s sport but that he expected th1s small squad to
work harder and accomplrsh more I can g1XC each boy more personal attentlon
now and I expect a great deal more he finrshed
After s1x weeks of lntcnse practxce the first and only meet was held on the two
and a half m1le Rlver Rouge course Thrs was the North Srde League Meet w1th s1x
schools belng represented They were Cooley Central Hrghland Park Redford
finrshed fourth Paul Patton a tenth grader finrshed first for Northern and flfteenth
on the meet Then followed Captaln Goldstern twenty thrrd and Warren Anderson
twenty ergh th
For limshrng among the first thlrty 1n th1s North Srde Meet Captam Goldstern
Paul Patton and Warren Anderson were presented wrth the N certrficate for
The outlook for next fall IS much brlghter All the boys wrth the exceptlon
of Srd Markowltz are return1ng A majorrty of them are tenth graders so that
thay have two more years of competrtron
The boys who were on the squad are Capt Goldstem W Anderson P Patton
M Barrett H Bcrnsteln W B1shop W Hood S M3fkOW1IZ S Magner S Shep
perd A Trezona R Iden andj Garellck
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Most Popular Girl
Most Popular Box
Best Dressed G1rl
Best Dressed Box
Most Talkatixe ox
Most Talkative Gir
Class X amp1re
Most Sarcastic Gir
Most Sarcastxc Box
Most Nonchalant ir
Most Nonchalant ox
Most Studious Girl
Most Studlous Bov
Most Inseparable Pair
Most lnseparable Pair
Most Ahtletic Gir
Reserx ed Box
Most Reserx ed Girl
The Eternal Gradu'1te
Cl'1ss Pessimist -
PROGRESS OF A STUDENT
Tenth Grade: Believes that the brief c1se is indispensable.
Purchases four packages of paper a semester.
Elezerztb Grade: Finds that he can carry books without brief case.
Purchases two packages of paper a semester. r
M itilda Skwor
Charles Los ett
- Cly de Webster
- - Bill 1 anook
Tuelfth Grade: Finds that he doesn t have to carry books.
Buss no packages of paper per semester. Depends on lower classmen to
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1k111 Verslons Of Popular Songs
Lost 1n 1 Fog
When Ir1sh E5 es Are Smllllig
Ha Cha Ch 1
You Nastx Man
Sweet And Slmple
I Wlsh That I Were Twlns
Annxc Doesn t Lne Here -lny More
Cross Eved Kellw
Here Come The Brltlsh
Llfe ls lust A Bowl of Cherrles
I m Szmshed
Mv Old Flame
You ve Got To Be A Football Hero
Love In Bloom
Llttle Man lou Xe Had A Busv Du
Who s Afra1d of the Blg Bad Wolf?
The Blg Bad Wolf Is Dead
La Cucar tcht
Pagllacce Laugh Clown Laugh
Stax As Sweet As You Are
You re A Bullder Upper
Qln Im1t1t1on of Alexand
Bmlogy To dlrt and weeds lt most pertalns
Detested but xt stlll remalns
Cerwan Such awful sounds We haxe to make
Our jaw bones reallx almost break
Lam: Grows e1s1er as x ou upward go
T1ll re lClllHg X 1rg1l s world below
Ceametrj lI'lf'll'l'l0US demon horn to b tnlsh lox
Thv terrors do whole tribes destrow
Pbjfzca In the upper uorll xt has lts realms
To the depths belou II some o erwhelms
Englzfh Some thlnk thex re doxng thls wnth ease
T111 on reports thex oft see E s
Cfvemzftrg Tinglble odors x 1s1ble lntense
Let me pass out come take me hence
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we 111 the lahoratorx would he blown skx h1gl1 Now come tl l1ttle Closer, e ass,
111 order that vou mxx follow me
Mmguerzte Revell Wl1e11 do xou do xoux h udcst xxork'
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