Northwestern High School - Norwester Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1930
Page 1 of 180
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THE YEAH B00lQ
li GH SCHGGL
VIII. .IG l95'0
To our teachers for their patient efforts
in behalf of our leaming, for the hours of
special instruction, for their interest in
our activities, for their companionship
and theinpart in all our victories, we the
members of the senior class, dedicate this
sixteenth editon of the Nonwnsnn.
The Nonwssrnn staff has enjoyed its
extended efforts to compile a pictorial
record of the year's activities at North-
western High School. In addition to the
loyalty that a Northwestern student can-
not help but possess, the staff, after keep'
ing in close contact with the school's
achievements, has acquired a boundless
enthusiasm and a profound admiration for
Northwestern. It has been the constant
purpose of the staff to transmit that en-
thusiasm to the following pages.
ANNA BELLE BEARD
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When all brute man could feed his stirring mind
Was what his eyes perceived or he had felt-
The thoughts that stripped his beasthood off still dwelt
In prefbirth night. But when his life entwined
With other lives, he found himself a Man.
Then many trod as one, with lasting trace,
On Ways where years the single tracks erase.
And what for ages men alone began,
The multitude erects-the House of Thought.
There is, for all who care, a place to fill-
For they with truth give strength and they with skill
Make fair. But men whoubuild must first be taught.
How strong the house is reared depends, at last,
On how men grasp the lessonsiof the past.
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Byron j. Rivett, Principal
Sadie M. Alley, Ass't Principal john E. Porter, Ass't Prinnipal
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September, 1929 to june, IQ3O
The following new teachers have been added to Northwestern's Staff during the past year:
Ella Carson, Mathematics Albert Keenan, English
Marjorie Decker, Health Education jane Mett, Helath Education
Helene Harley, Health Education Margaret Moye, Foreign Language
Erwin Hogle, Commercial Dorothy Philbrick, Library
Doris Hustedt, Chemistry Louise Orth, History
Marion Kanouse, Mathematics Eleanor Wardwell, English
We regret to note that the following teachers and clerks have left during the same period:
Geraldine Brasie-Leave of absence Irene LampkinATo Redford High School
Venus Cadwell-Leave of Absence Caroline Leonard-Leave of absence
Harlie Catherman-To MacKenzie High Marion Maddock-Leave of absence
School Suzanne McFarland-'To Cooley High School
Doris Cline-To Board of Education Place' Philip Nichiman-'To Northeastern High
ment Bureau School
Amy Coats-Leave of absence Dorothy Roehm-To Cooley High School
Marjorie Decker-To Northeastern High Ethel Walkerefo MacKenzie High School
Eunice Grover-To Redford High School Ruth Yostsffo Western High School
Theresa Kelley-To Cooley High School Selma Burgman-Leave of absence
The enrollment in September, 1929, was 4,26z, and in February, IQBO, 4,242. There
were 216 students graduated from Northwestern in the class of January, 1930. The june
class will graduate 467 students. Of this number, approximately twofthirds have entered
higher institutions of learning to further satisfy their quest for knowledge.
During the month of October, Northwestern purchased 40 acres of land in the Detroit
News Reforestation Plan.
Northwestern's three publications, the Noawnsrss, Odds and Ends, and Colt brought
new laurels to Northwestern when the Michigan Interfscholastic Press Association conf
ferring at Ann Arbor, awarded Northwestern the "Sweepstakes Cup." This award is
made to the school gaining the greatest number of points through its publications. North-
western having placed first, three times, permanently keeps the Chimes Cup.
On November 15, 16 and 18 Northwestern's youthful talent submitted Vanity Fair.
Thirtyfthree acts were given, seevn of which remained in the final contest. The entire mu-
sical comedy was original, and was written for the occasion. Much of the music was
composed and all of it was arranged by the artists.
The graduation class of January completed its social functions with the commencement
banquet held in the school lunch room, january 22.
In February, The Romantic Age, written by A. A. Milne, was presented. The play,
produced under the direction of Miss julia E. Gettemy, introduced a new feature, that of
a matinee given in addition to the three regular evening performances.
The year's debating was most successful, Northwestern winning city championship
and being second in state, only to Clawson, by whom we were defeated in the debate
finals held at Ann Arbor.
In sports, Northwestern won more than half of all events entered into. Records set
by us number more than all other city high schools together.
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May jaehning Elsie Coop r
Harry O'Brien Florence Stevens Sherman Wilson
Lewis Burgess Archie Gilpin
I rudential Hoffman Bert Maris Alice Lowden
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Mrs. Gracia Da Ratt
Mrs. Ella Doherty
Mrs. Hope Vorys
Mrs. Iris Bascomb
Mrs. Agnes Donovan
Mrs. jean Ferris
Mrs. Ruth Maclnnes
Mrs. Edna Tingsten
W. M. Washington
Mrs. Ruth Whipple
J. P. McGuinness
HEALTH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
HEALTH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Mrs. Mildred Cheney
Mary E. Clarke
Mildred E. Hardy
Mrs. Florence Stevens-
Mrs. Mary Aikin
Mrs. Helen Bauer
Mrs. Gladys Hirt
Anna May Hughes
Mrs. Vernetta Kemmer
Mrs. Anna Keppel
Mrs. Rita MacKenzie
Mrs. Rachel Ryman
Mrs. Edna Maris
Mrs. Ella Adams
Mrs. Emma Nielson
Helen St. john
Karl Van Dyke
Sadie M. Alley-Head
Mrs. Mabel Bovill
Mrs. Madge Wood
A. R. Gilpin-Head
Mrs. Violet Stoll
Mrs. Ruth Bourcier
Mrs. Grace Langs
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The young are quick with love for things of Mind.
Athirst for life, they come and the World gives dust
To quench their thirstg the ashes of souls to blind
And blot their dreams. Young men must learn distrust
Of bitter minds whose faith in Man was slain
By meng of them who weigh all things with scale
Of gold: and men who vibrate to one strain-
The present note. Youth's faith in self is frail,
For all its talk, and needs the year's gift-strength.
The somberfeyed and Gold-God spurners dare
Not heed the sneering old or doubt, at length,
Shall brush with Death away what youth finds fair.
Let youth retain ideals: lt is not meant
To see through eyes of minds that pain has spent.
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.IANIUARY IZA CLASS ACTIVITIES
Miss Susanne Clough, Miss Doris Cline, Sponsors
CHAIRMEN OF COMMITTEES
Ring and Pin - --ff-f' f
Dues - f
Class Day f
Informal Dance - f'f- f
Class Day f f
f George Kyes
f Kenneth Berkaw
Mary jane Compton
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- Helen O'Day
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JIANUARY CLASS UFIFIUCERS
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KBERKAW LBERTRAND SBETHEL
HBIELFIELD EBIK05 BBISHOP
JOSEPH ADELMAN--Angell5 House Football
C3'55J House Tennis C4'85j Business.
ANTHONY ANZICK--General Motors Technical.
ROBERT BACON-Gayo Mills. Wiscon.sin.
DOROTHY BAILIE-Marr5 G, A. C.5 Caryatides5
House Baseball C355 House Basketball C4f855 House
Archery C755 School Basketball C75j School Track
C755 College of City of Detroit.
ELINOR BAIRD-Angell5 Caryatides CP45, Vice-
Presuient C3'455 G. A. C. Cse855 Treasurer C6-755
Forum C855 VicefPresulent C855 House Swimming
C2'-455 House Track C355 House Basketball C4f855
House Hockey C855 House Tennis C755 School Swim'
ming C555 School Hockey C855 House President C855
Student Council C755 Norwester C755 12A Ring
and Pin Committeeg Hall of Fame C955 University
JACK BALDNERfManistee5 Forum C855 House
REGINA BARFKNECHT -Jefferson Intermef
diate5 Cercle Francais Csf855 President C655 Secref
tary C751 Treasurer C855 12A Commencement
Committee5 Detroit School of Applied Art.
JAMES WM. BAY-Wingert5 HifTC1f85, President
C255 VicefPresident C45' Treasurer C655 Herodotus
C255 President C7f855 Socii Romani C3'455 House
Track C3-755 House Social Chairman5 12A Ring
and Pin Committee5 Chairman of Exectiuve Com-
mittee of Miller Book Nookg College of City oj
SADIE BECKfSpelman Seminary.
WILBUR BECKERfAr1gell,' HVT C155 House
Track5 School Track and Cross Country5 12A
Social Cornmittee5 Michigan State.
WILLIAM BEEMANfStrathmoore5 Science and
Radio Club C7-855 VicefPresident C855 School Def
baring C855 Norwester C6f755 IZA Class Day Come
mittee5 College of City of Detroit.
KENNETH A. BERKAW-Hzttchlns lntermeiliate5
HifT Torch Kee'WahfKe CI'-1,51 Secretary C255
Treasurer C355 President C455 House Swimming
C4f755 Student Council C855 Colt C755 Vanity Fair
C855 The Romantic Age C855 Business Manager of
"Erminu:"5 Chairman of IZA Picture Comrnittee5
Hiff Blue C7855 Treasurer C555 Viceflyresident C655
President C755 Lister Csf855 Parlramentarian C855
Business Committee 12A Plays C6f855 College of
City of Detroit.
LOUIS W. BERTRAND--Angell5 Hi-T Blue,-
House Colf C755 House Baseball C755 City College.
STIVERSA BETHEI.fSampson5 Home Basketball
C655 House Hockey C6-755 House Track C755 House
Tennis C855 College of City of Detroit.
JEROME BIELFIELD--Hutchins lntermediateg-
House Baseball C855 House Tennis C855 House Golf
C855 Odds and Ends C7'H55 University of Michigan.
ELIZABETH BIKOS- McCraw5 Business.
BESSIE L. BISHOP-Angell5 CaryatidesC3f455 G. A.
C. C7855 Forum C7-855 University of Michigan.
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RALPH BLACKMANACondon Intermediate
House Basketball 15-755 House Baseball 1755 House
'Track 1855 College of City of Detroit.
BASIL BLA'I'NIKOFFfGarfield5 House Golf 1555
School Speed Skating 17-855 Stanford.
DORIS BLOMfClei'eland, Ohio5 Glee Club 141855
Vanity Fair 1855 Business.
CLADYS BLOMFIELD-Monnier5 Home Science
161855 Olivet College.
RUTH BEATRICE BLOONI-jefferson Interrnef
diateg Home Science 1755 Ontario Ladies' College
EVELYN BOOTHAAngellg Bios Club 14-755 Art
Club 14f755 Herodotus 1I'25j House Basketball
14455 University of Michigan.
FRANK X. BRAUN-German High Schoolg Uni'
versity of Detroit.
SARAH BRODY-Sampsong Herodotus 1155 Girls'
Business Club 17-855 Business.
DELORES BROWNASampstin5 Amici 16f855 So-
dalcs 171855 Student Council 134555 The Romantic
Age 1855 Vanity Fair 1855 12A Ring and Pin Corn-
rnittee5 String .S2uartet5 College of City of Detroit.
ELECTA L. BROWN-McGraw5 Socii Romani
13f555 'Treasurer 1455 Secretary 1555 Bios Club 15f655
Sodales 16-855 House Baseball 135' Captain5 House
Tennis 1455 Student Council 1855 Colt 1355 Odds and
Ends 161855 Audite 1755 Literary Editor 1855 12A
Color Comrmtteeg Business.
MARGUERITE BROWN---Franklin5 Socii Ro'
mann 1465: Bios Club 1sf655 Sodales 15f855 Treasurer
1855 Odds and Ends 16-855 Audits 1655 joke Editor
and Audite Literary Editor 1755 Vanity Fair 1855
College of City of Detroit.
QIEAN GLEASON BURGESS-Marr5 Caryatides
11'-35: Socxi Romani 1345: Glee Club 12f655 G. A.
C. 17f855 House Tennis 12f655 House Hockey 1455
Erminie 1755 Detroit Teachers' College.
VELLA BUTLERYGrand Rapids Central High
Schoolg Forum 14f855 Vicefljresident 16f755 Glee
Club 17-855 Pre'Medics 1755 Business Club 1855
House Baseball 1355 Colt 1455 All City Glee Club
and Chorus 1755 Business.
LILY BEATRICE BYRDSONG-McGraw5 De-
troit Teachers' College,
-IEWEL CAMERON-Angell5 Soczi Romani 13415:
Herodotus 11455 Caryatides 131455 'Treasurer 1455
G. A. C. 15-855 Secretary 1855 Forum 17f855 Nor'
wester 175: 12A Dress Committee5 Hillsdale.
WILLIAM HENRY CAMPBELL- Condong Hi-'I'
10855 Forum 17-855 Colt 1655 Publicity Agent for
"Erminie"5 University of Detroit.
VIRGINIA CARLEN--St. Vincentsg Herodotus
11455 Secretary5 Bios Club 1s-855 House Baseball
and '1'rack5 School Skating 14'75j Business.
HELEN W. CARRfPattengill5 Art Club, Treasf
urer 1655 Business.
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I"I,COU5E MCRAIG GCURRENT
MDAWSON ADEHAIT 'ITDENNIS
L.D'WK1K LDGRR WDDMANDWSKI
PERNARD CINNAMONW Business,
PRESTON CLARK'-Arlgell5 "N" Club5 House
Baseball C135 House Track C3635 School Track Cs'735
College of City of Detroit.
VIRGINIA SCHMIDT CLARKfFranklin5 Pon'
tiac Normal College.
RICHARD COBLEIGI'If Contlong College of City
BLANCHE COLE -Coldberg5 House Hockey5 Odds
and Er1ds5 Business.
MARY JANE COMPTON- Angellg Alice Free-
man Palmer C2f435 President C435 Alcott C.r83:
Forurn C835 Vice-President C335 House Swimming
C435 House Hockey C435 Manager of House Debates
C6035 Odds and Ends C4635 12A Chairman of
Social Committee5 Michigari State College.
RAYMOND COOPER- Pattengillg Hifi' C.1f83i
Secretary C735 President C835 Forum C7'83Q Treasurer
C835 House Football C635 House Basketball C735
House 'Track C635 House Baseball C735 Student
Council C735 Norwester C6-735 Vanity Fair C6-835
12A Dues Committee: School Band5 All City
Bandg College of City of Detroit. 5
CHARLES ,l. COURVILLE-Angell5 Hifl' C1133
President KeWahkee C335 President Blue C635 HN'
Club C7f835 Lister C6-835 Treasurer C835 House
Baseball C3435 Basketball C335 Football C835 Swim'
ming C2, -131 School Swimming C5f835 Student Coun-
cil C7-83, President C835 House Debating Manager.
12A Class Presidentg College of City of Detroit.
MARIE COUSE-Marrg Caryatides C1f435 Secre-
tary5 Girls' Affiliated Club C5635 College of City
MILDRED CRAIG-Wi1igert5 House Basketball
arid 'Track5 Lincoln Hospital, Chicago.
GLOSTER CURRENTA Wingert5 House Track
C735 House Baseball C735 College of City of Detroit.
MARJORIE JANE IDAWSON-Angell5 Alice
Freeman Palmer C9435 Secretary C435 G. A. C,
Csf835 Forum C7f835 House Secretary-Treasurer C835
12A Social Committee5 College of City of Detroit,
ALICE MARGARET DEHAITE-fstabrook5 Cirls'
Business Club C7'835 House Bowling C735 Business.
THAD DENNIS-Wingert5 Club5 House
Basketball C2f335 House Football C2-835 House
'Track CI3: House Secretary-Treasurer C835 Michigan
LORRAINE DE WICKfPattengill,' Glee Club'
House Basketball C435 House Track C735 "NfarthaA'i
"Errninie"5 "Vanity Fair"5 Detroit Business lu:
LOUIS ELMER DOERRV--'Angell5 HifT C3631
Treasurer C435 PT8'MEdlCS C1835 President C73f
Vice-President C835 House Track CSD. C735 School
Track C735 Cross Country C63, '835 Student Council
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HUBERT DYER- jejferson Intermediateg House
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HELEN ELDER-Earl Grey, Winriipeg, Canada!
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10855 "Vanity Fair" 1855 Michigan State- College.
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PALMER ESSER-Angell5 Art Club5 Radio
Science Club5 Hall of Farneg Schiller Club 13-555
Vice-President 1555 Michigan State College.
EVELYN FALK-Pattengillg Home Science Club
1855 College of City of Detroit.
ETHYL FENTON--Pattengill5 House Basketball
12'455 'Tarreyton Hudson.
MARY FERGUSON - Western High5 Black
Qluills 13'-45: G. A. C. 15-85, Greek Club 17f855
VicefPresiderit 175: President 1855 House Baseball
1355 House Track 1355 House Basketball 1555 School
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1I'455 Home Science 1855 Harper Hospital.
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Basketball C2-315 Michigan State College.
JEAN FREEMYER-Schenectady High, New Torkg
Cercle Francais C6-715 Sodales C6f81, President C815
Arnici C815 Colt C6f715 12A Ring and Pin Corn-
mittee5 Olivet College.
CHARLES GHENT-Marr: Red Chapter Hifl'
C7f815 Secretary C815 House Swimming C2f815 House
'Track C315 House Football C815 School Swimming
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Fair"5 12A Social Comrnitteeg Detroit College
MARY GIBSONfMarr5 Caryatides CI'21j House
Basketball C415 House Golf C615 Norwester C5f615
University of Michigan.
HAZLE GILLESPIE-Goldberg5 Business College.
ROBERT GILLESPIE4-College High5 IZA Supper
Committeeg Michigan State College.
BERNARD GOLDMAN-Angell5 PrefMedics
C5f815 College of City of Detroit.
BETTY GRABOW4Hutchins Intermediate5 So'
dales Csf815 House Basketball C2f415 Audite C715
Editor C715 University of Michigan.
MARIAN GRAHAM-South East jr. High5
South Bend, Indianag Girls' Business Club C7'815
House Bowling C715 House Hockey C615 Business.
JANETTE GRAY-f Pattengill5 Sodales C5f815
Student Council C6f51g Executive Board C815 12A
Class Colors5 Second Prize P. T. A. Essay Con-
test5 College of City of Detroit.
WILLIAM GUY!-Angell5 Hi-'Y C1f415 Treasurer
I-11: "N" Club Csf81, Secretary C315 House Baseball
C1'31i House Track C2'-11: School 'Track Csf715 Cross
Country C6f815 Captain C815 House President
C815 12A Ring and Pin Co-mmittee5 Michigan
HAROLD HAEGERf-McCrawg Business College.
BENJAMIN HARRl?Highlami Park High5
Michigan State College.
DANIEL HAYES-Wingertg House 'Track C215
House Baseball C715 House Swimming C815 Howard
LUCILLE HAYES-Angellg Spanish Club5 College
of City of Detroit.
MARY HAZELTON-Northeastern High5 Girls
Business Club C7-815 Greek Club C815 Socii Romani
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of City of Detroit.
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ness Club C7f855 Schiller Club C3'45j Business.
MARIE I'IESPENTHAL+Franlqlin5 Girls' Busif
Club C755 Business.
WARREN HOCKENBERRY-Winterhalter5 Hi-'T
C7f855 Forum C7-855 PrefMedics C655 Cross Country
C855 College of City of Detroit.
FLORENCE HODGES-Pattengill5 Amici C4'85j
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GENEVIEVE I'IOLBENfje5jterson Intermecliate5
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Archery C655 House Committee5 Business.
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of City of Detroit.
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Club5 Home Science Club, President C855 House
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Michigan State College.
MARGARET IRVINEfEstabroolq5 Business.
WILLIAM IRVINE-Angell5 HifT C6f855 House
Track C655 Business.
EUGENE JACKSON---Hutchins Interrnediate5 12A
Dues Committee5 Albion College.
ELIZABETH JACOBS-Pattengill5 Business.
ALVIN -IENKS-Sarnpsong House Basketball C255
C355 House Track C355 Cross Country C355 Albion
HARRIET AIENNINGS-Hutchins Intermediate5
Amici Csf855 Vice-President C855 Lister C7f855 Vice'
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President C855 House Swimming C2f855 Chairman
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minie"5 "Vanity Fair" C855 IZA Chairman Memo-
rial Comrnittee5 University of Michigan.
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MARY JANE KOONTZ-Angellg Caryalulcs
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of City of Detroit,
VIOLA MARTENS Nazaretlig Art Club 16-H55
Secretary C755 VxcefPresulent 1855 G. A. C. 174555
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DORIS MAUL - Mfirrg House Swimming 1355
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rmttee5 Unwersxty of Mtchrgan.
STUART McCALLUM-Pattengillg Hifi' C3455
Vicefl'resulent 1555 House Basketball fS'75j House
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1S'755 House Golf 1755 University of Michigan.
JOHN IVICCOLLOUGH-Nobleg Forum 1855 H1-'I'
12'.j5f Hifl' Blue f7'85f House Swimming 164355
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of City of Detroit.
ROBERT LARSEN-Noble5 House Tennis 1sf755
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College of Cnty of Detroit.
BARBARA LEAVENS-Webster5 Detroit Bust'
VIRGINIA LEE-Nobleg Sodales f.j'85f Secretary
16-755 Amin 16-855 Student Council c3'S55 Mary'
HAROLD LEIPHAIVI-fGolilberg5 Spanish Club
12f455 Treasurer 1455 "N" Club 17f855 Treasurer
1755 President 1855 House Basketball 1:4455 House
Baseball 1555 House Track 1455 School Basketball
1855 Odds and Endsg University of Southern Calif
RUTH LEMKE- Conclon5 Business.
FLORENCE LIEBLEIN-jefferson Interrnediateg
Art Club 174455 Business.
VALENTINA LITVINOFF - Patzengillg Arr
Club 1ofB55 Lister fo-H55 House Debating 155: School
Debating 1655 Dance Recital 13755 Business.
CHRISTINE LORIIVIERY College High5 House
Swimming 1655 Business.
RICHARD LOVE Condon Intermetliatcg House
Baseball 154355 College of Cnty of Detroit.
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C7855 "Martha"5 Northom, Illinois,' Michigan
MARY ELLEN MCDUFFEE-Noble5 Socii Ro'
mani C3'45j School Golf C655 Hillsdale College.
JEAN McKAY-Washington Junior High, Port
Huron5 Socii Romani C455 Sodales C5'855 House
Basketball C455 House Baseball C555 House Hoclqey
C755 House Debating C5f655 Colt C54555 12A Mernoe
rial Committee5 University of Michigan.
GERTRUDE OTELIA MEYERS-Sampson!
House Basketball5 House Baseball5 House Hockey,
Captain C6'755 Business.
JOHN EDWARD MlLEYAHancoclC5 Hifi' Ci-45:
House Baseball5 House BaslCetball5 Witteriberg.
EMMA MINKOFE-Sampsoru Herodotus C152
French Csf855 Business Club C7f855 College of City
JOHN D. MITCHELL-West Technical High,
Cleveland5 Forum C7'85Q Business.
PAUL T. MITCHELL-Pattengill5 Michigan State
THELMA MITTER--Condon Intermediate5 Al'
cott C6-855 VicefPresident C855 Bios Club C555 Busif
ness Club C6f855 President C7f855 Novice Swimming
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MAXWELL MORRISH-Estabroolqg College of
City of Detroit.
WILLIAM S. MOUSER-Sampsong Hifl' C1455
Hall of Fame C455 Lister C6f855 Hifl' Red C855 Jeffer-
son Debating Club Cr-s5j President C3f455 Vice-
President C555 House Debating C6f755 Student Coun-
cil C4-655 School Debating Team C855 12A Play
C855 "Vanity Fair" C855 College of City of Detroit.
KIMBALL NORTHROP'-Angell5 House Tracks
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cil Treasurer5 Odds and Ends5 Chairman of 12A
Ring and Pin Committee5 University of Michigan,
HELEN O'DAY-Pattengillg Amici C4'855 Treasurer
C855 Le Cercle Francais C6f755 Los Leones Espanoles
C855 Girls' Affiliated Club C355 House Basketball
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HARRY OKRENT- Hutchins lntermediate5
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wester Staff C6-735 Business.
BETTY ROBINSON-?vIarr5 House Swimming C335
Unwersity of Michigan.
CATHERINE ROBINSON --Franklin5 Girls' Busi-
ness Club C7'll3j House Baseball C535 Detroit Busif
IRENE ROCHE- Pattengill5 House Basketball C635
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Representative Girls' Athletic Association C73.
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tral High5 Socii Romani C3f435 Sodales C6f?l35 Greek
Club C6-835 House Basketball C435 Hockey C5f635
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City of Detroit.
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Science C635 House Basketball C435 Commerce.
PHILIP SCHAUI'NERfNIarr5 HN" Club5 House
Track C335 House Football C3'43: School Football
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AUSTIN PATRICKfGrandmont5 House Football
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ELIZABETH PHILLIPSfPattengill5 Home Science
Club, Treasurer C 635 President C73f House Baseball
C235 12A Dues Committee5 Business.
ELAINE HELENA PLUES--Hutchins5 Alice Free'
man Palmer C3-435 Treasurer C43j Detroit Teachers'
KENNETH RAYNER7Hutcl1ins Intermediate5
Science and Radio5 House Baseball Crf735 House
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C2f835 House Golf C535 House Tennis C735 House
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House Baseball CS'73j All House Football C6f835
Chairman of Athletic Activities C635 Michigan
MILDREI3 LOUISE REPP--Estabrook5 House
Basketball C635 College of City of Detroit.
IRMA LORENA REUSS--Pattengill5 Schiller5
Bios5 Business Club C5-335 House Track5 Detroit
MARCELINE M. ROBERTSON i Pattengillg
Le Cercle Francais C635 Girls' Afhliated Club C6-835
Soilalcs Csf835 Treasurer C635 President C735 Nor-
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BERNARD SCHMIDT-Hutchins Intermediateg
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College of City of Detroit.
KATHERINE SCHNELLvPattengill5 Le Cercle
Francais 14f755 Girls' Affiliated Club 1751 Detroit
LAURA CAROLINE SCHOLLETTA-Marr5
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LUCILLE SCHWARTZBECK --Angell5 Lister
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mittee5 House Debating 11'25Q School Debating
154555 Norwester 1755 Miiimi University.
ALICE VIRGINIA SCULLY'-Pattengill5 Home
Science Club, Treasurer 1855 VicefPresulent 1655
House Hockey 1655 Business.
WANDA SHATTCJCKYMKITTQ Orchestrag 12A
Play and Operag Olivet.
CATHARINE SMITH--Greeni'ille5 Herodotus
1155 Caryatides 12'45j Secretary 1455 G. A, C. 1s'855
House Swimming 1655 House Hockey 1655 Albion
RUTH LAVINA SMITH-Angell5 Alice Freeman
Palmer 12'45: Girls' Affiliated Club 151855 Forum
1855 Hillsdale College.
JANET SNYDER-Angellp Caraytides 1355 G. A.
C. 14-855 House Baseball 1255 House Swimming 1355
School Swimming 14-555 House VicefPresuIent 1355
Secretary and Treasurer 1qf755 Norwesrer 1S'75j
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DON SOPERfCass Technical5 Bios Club 171855
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Michigan State College.
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Clubg Detroit Business Institute.
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HELEN LUCILLE STEVENS-Estabrook5 Spanish
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and Ends 16-855 Hillsdale.
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1855 House Swimming 1855 University of Nlichigan.
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mittee5 College of City of Detroit.
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JOHN THOMPSON--Sampson5 House Track
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HifT Red Chapter C6855 Treasurer C755 President
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Play Business Committee C6-855 Chairman Lister
Publicity Committee C855 Band C5655 All House
Debating Tearng College of City of Detroit.
ROBERTA THOMPSON-Frankling Socii Ro'
mani C3f455 Greek Club C455 Secretary and Treasurer
C6'75f Lister C6855 Secretary C855 House Secretary
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dales C355 Art Club 631755 President C655 Forum C855
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University of Michigixn.
KATHRYN TIVY--Hutchins Interrnediatet Girls'
Athletic Club C6-855 House Swimming CI'25,' School
Swimming C355 "Erminie"5 University of Michigan,
School of Music.
GENEVA STRANEY-Louisville Girls' High
SChool5 Alcott C855 Chairman of Fountain Com'
rmtteeg Green Brier.
EDYTHE E. SUFFRON- Seattle. Wttshirigtririg Le
Cercle Francais C355 Odds and Ends5 University
GEORGE PITMER SWAN- -O. W. Holmesg Hi-'I'
Club5 Odds and Ends, Circulation NIanager5 Colt
Circulation Stajfg 12A Commencement Com'
mitteej University of Michigan.
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Bois Club C3f355 Treasurer Cs-755 University of
MARGARET TAINSH Angell5 Le Cercle Franf
cais C3f45g House Hockey C2-355 Dance Recital C755
College of City of Detroit.
RALPH H. TALBOT- McCraw5 junior Rifle
Club, Secretary C755 Vice-President '855 President
C055 House Secretary C7855 House Vice-President
C955 R. O. T. C. First Lieutenant C555 Captain C755
Nfaior C855 Lieutenant Colonel C055 12A Dues
Cornmitteug Detroit College of Law.
DOROTHEA MAE TANNER- Cleveland, Ohio,-
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ELVIRA MARIE TAYLOR-Pattengill5 House
Social Committee C755 Entertainment Committee
C855 Detroit Business University.
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ALICE TREACYfEstabrookg House Hockey C35g
PORTIS TURRENTINE-Winterhalterg House
Football C7'85g House Track C5f75g "Vanity Fair"
C85g University of Detroit.
ELSA UTKEN-Condon lnterrnediateg Girls' Busif
ness Club C7f85g House Basketball C855 Business.
RUTH VAN DE SAND4Goldbergg Socii Romani
C3f45g Detroit Business University.
HERBERT VAN NOUHUYSfHutchins lnter-
rnediateg Hi-'Y Blue Chapter C555 Odds and Ends
C4'55i Ad MUHUEET 155.
ROBERT CLIFTON VEACH--Pattengillg "N"
Club: Bios Clubg House Baseball C1f35g School
Baseball CSf75j Western State Normal.
CHARLES E. WADEfBarbour Intermediatcg
Spanish Clubg House Tennisg School Track C555
BERTHA WAGENHEIM-Pattengillg Le Ccrcle
Francais C9855 Business Club C6fB5g House Basket'
ball C6f85g School Track C755 Business.
HERTHA WARD4Goldbergg Socii Romani C355
Girls' Business Club C85g House Basketball C855
Norwester C75j Business.
FRANCES WATKINS-jefferson Intermediateg
Detroit Teachers' College.
DOROTHY WELLS-Angellg Alice Freeman Palm-
er C2f45, Secretary C45g Girls' Athletic Club Cqf85g
Treasurer C85g Forum C7'85j 12A Social Cornrnitteeg
HOWARD WHITACRE-Winterhalterg Business.
LEONE WICKHAM--Niwthiiille High Schooll
House Baseball C255 House Basketball C3f85g House
Track C35g School Track C455 School Hockey C455
Reserve Basketball C655 School Golf C755 Cult
C6-75g University of Hcidelburgg University of
GRACE EILEEN WOODfPattengillg Alcott C0855
House Swimming C155 House Track C45g House
Baseball C25j House Basketball C4, 6, 855 House
Tennis C35g School Swimming-C3. s, 755 School
Track C455 School Hockey C6-85g House President C855
Norwester Co'75: YZA Supper Committceg Girls'
Athletic Board C6f75.
FRED WRIGHT4Estabrookg University of Detroit.
BEATRICE YAVITZ4Hutchins lntermediatcg
jejferson Debating C455 House Basketball C6f75g
House Swimming C5f65g Norwester Csf6f75g Col'
lege of City of Detroitg University of Michigan.
HELEN ZAWADA-Angellg Alice Freeman Palm'
er C2f45g VicefPresident C45i Girls' Athletic Club
C6f85g Forum C85g College of City of Detroit.
WILMA ZIMMERMAN-Pattengillg Hillsdale.
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Corrine Tilton Charles Courville Harriet Jennings
ACH semester the Student Council selects from the graduating class ai number of
people who, by their outstanding work in school, club and house activities, have
earned the title of celebrities. The title is won entirely by merit and is considered one of
the highest honors that the school can bestow upon the members of the class. The record
of each candidate is read before the Student Council and then-a vote is taken. The number
of celebs is determined by the size of the classg thus, there are six people chosen in january
and ten in June.
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Becomes for men an alien thingg to toil
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To joy in senses, thrill of health. Forget
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JOHN S. ADAMS- Angell5 H1-'Y C1'31J President
C115 VicefPresident C215 House Basketball C4f815
Chicago Worsham College.
LOIS ADAMS- -Nobleg Bios Club Csf61g Business
HERBERT G. ALBRIGHT-Pattengillg House Bas'
ketballg College of the City of Detroit.
JAMES ALCOCKfHutchtns5 House Track C815
House Swimming C815 University of Detroit5 Un'
itiersity of Michigan.
GORDON ROSS ALLEN-GoIdberg5 Hi-T Crf415
College ofthe City of Detroit.
MYRNA ,IOSEPHINE ANDERSON-Pattengill:
Herotlotus CI'21j jefferson CI'21j 12A 'I'reasurer's
Committeeg University of Detroit,
MARGARET ANN ANGERER-Franklin:
House Bowling C615 Harper Nurses' Training School
CHARLES ANNANfBathgate Academy of Scot'
land5 Odds and Ends5 Business.
VALINDA PEARL ARCHIBALDf Ontario5
House Bowling C815 House Archery C815 Business.
WILLIAM AUPPERL4Avonrno1e, Pa.5 Uriiverf
sity of Michigan.
LLOYD BAILER- Sampson5 Schiller C3'815 School
School String .Quartette C1-415 First Prize in the
Chemistry Essay Contest C615 House Baseball C615
House Debating C815 College ofthe City of Detroit.
RUTH MARGARET BAILEY -4 Hamtramck
Highg University of Detroit.
BONALEE BAKER-Leslie5 Sodales C4-615 Herodof
tus C215 jefferson Debating Club C115 House Ar'
chery C4'81j House Bowling C815 House Debating
C61g Odds and Ends C5415 College of the City of
ROWE A. BALMER --Hutchins5 Hifi' Grey Chap-
ter C7f815 House Football Ci-715 House Swimming
Csf715 House Track CH15 House Golf C6815 House
'Tennis C6f515 Norwester C515 Odds and Ends C5'615
House Baseball C715 House Basketball C815 College
of the City of Detroit.
DOROTHY E. BARNES-Estab'ro0k5 Home Science
Club C4-815 President C81g Business.
GERALD BARRINGER-e-EstaI'rrook5 "N" Club
C815 House Baseball Cr-515 House Track C6f815
House Swimming C415 School Football C815 Business
WILLIAM HARRIS--Winterhalterg House Base-
ball CI'41j House Basketball CI'41j College of the
City of Detroit.
LILY BATCHUM--jejfersong House Swimming C61.
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GOEFFREY ALEXANDER BAXTER-College
Highg Glee Club C4f855 House Tennis5 House las-
ketballg House Baseball5 "Serenade"5 "Vanity Fair"
C755 12A Class Day Comrnitteeg University of
MARY K. BAXTERf-Carrollton High, Carrollton,
Ky.5 Home Science Club C44555 Vice-President C755
DONALD BEACH- Pattengill5 House Baseball C655
DOROTHY BEESONfMcFarlane5 House Bowl'
ing 1655 Burroughs School.
'IAMES A. BELLU Pattengill5 College ofthe City of
LEILA BENSON'--Pattengillg Globe Trotters C851
BERIOUHI BERBERIAN-Highland Park5 Art
Club C355 Business.
AGNES CATHERINE BERGINfSt. joseph's
Academy, Ailriang Ohio, House Basketball C755
ERSON B. BERNSTEINM Hutchins5 House 'Ten
nis 144555 House Basketballg School Track5 Student
Manager C855 School Orchestra C655 University of
SYLVIA BERRISV- Balchg College of the City of
ROBERT B. BICKMAN-Pattengill5 12A Ring
and Pm Conimitteeg University of Detroit.
ANNA F. BILLS-Hamtramck Highg House Hock-
ey5 House Basketballg House 'Tennis5 Colt C64555
College of the City of Detroit.
WILLIAM BLACK--ejejlersong College ofthe City
EDXVARD G. BLOSS Angellg Hifi' Red Chapter
Ci-H55 Secretary Co55VicefPresii.lent C755 President C855
Art Club C7585 Norwester Cqf855 "Vanity Fair"
C15, Stage Nfanagerg "Romantic Age" C655 Pub'
licity Manager5 "Martha" C655 Stage Manager5
Stage Craft Crew C4651 Manager C555 Hall of
Fame: Albion College
JOHN BODEN--Marr5 Hif'Y Blue Chapter5 "N"
Club C4-855 Secretary C855 House Basketball C155
House Football C755 House Baseball CP35: School
Basketball C3-855 Varsity Captain Cs-755 House
Presulent C755 Student Council C255 Colt C7f855
11A Memorial Committeeg University of Michigan
MABLE FRANCIS BONE'---Houghton5 Business
Club C655 House Basketball C4455 House Swimming
Ci5: Dance Recital C455 12A Ring and Pin Com-
mitteeg Detroit Business Institute.
ELLA BOOKER' Wiiigertg Herodotus C155 Michi-
gan State Nonnal College.
IEASTMAN C. BOOMER f Pattengillg House
Football C2455 Odds and Endsg Coltq William and
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MAXINE BQWLUS -Mnrrg Home Scxence Club
C6f85g Prestdent C85,' Busmess.
BETH JOAN BRACONIER--Hutcbxnson Hxgbg
Buffalo, N. 'I',g Alcott 16185. C. A. A. Bolml C75j
Glee Club C6f85g House Avchevy C65g Nomce Swnmf
mmg C655 School Golf C75j School Tennxs C355 Colt
C7f85g 12A Dinner Comvmtteeg Busmess College.
MILDRED D. BRAIDEL-'SL Tberesag Busxvwxa
Club Cf7e75j House Hockey l7lp Detroxt Busmess
WILLIAM R. BRANNEY-College Hnghg Hn-'Yg
Detroit Comm ercml College.
BURNEICE B. BROCK Fmnlqlmg Buxmess Club
C7'85,' Dance Recmtal C455 Buxmexs College,
DIXIE BRUOMEfAClarlq.wxlle jumor Hzgb, Tem1.,'
Busmess Clubg Lxbmry Staff C3-455 Busmcsx.
RUTH BROUNSTEIN--Novtb Hxgb, Nylxg Um'
'verxuty of Nfmnesota.
ERNEST C. BROWN -- Mxtcbell. Imlunmg House
Baseball C65g Detrmt Commercml College.
JEANE BROWNA- Pnttengnllg Los Leonex Exfumoles
C7f85g House Baxebull C255 House Secretary-Tmxxf
uverg House Debatmg C855 IZA Class Day Com'
m1tteeg Detroxt Teachers' College.
MILTON BROWN- College Hngbg Mxchxglm
HAROLD .IAIVIES BROWNEfSt1atbmrJ1v1 Hlgll,
Glee Club C.l'85f V1cefPvesulent C752 I'16S1LlC11I C3455
Los Leones Espanoles C6'255,'.'Md7lIld.I C455 "Er-
m1n1e" C655 "Serenade" C855 "Vamry Four" CHL
12A Social Committeeg College of the Cnty of Def
OLIVE BUCHANAN - P. S. IZI. New 'Torlqq
House Baxeball C35g Detroxt Busmess Unxvemty.
MARIE M. BUCKNER f-Trafalgar Hxgb. Tmful.
julgar, Imlg Home Smence Club C855 Fmnlqlm College,
ROBERT W. BUELICK--Goldbergg Herodotus Ill:
House Swimmmg C45j Ferns Instxtute.
PEARL CALOGERIDESVWmrerlmlterg House
Hoclqey C3-455 House Btlslqetball 165g Buxmexx.
CLARENCE M. BURTON-Hutcbmsg House
Basketball C4455 Umvemry of Southern Calxformu.
LILLIAN BURTON--Ham1emLm,' Business Inf
-IEAN CAMPBELL-Hutcl1ms,' Home Scxence Club
C4f?'l5g Secretavy C'75j Con. Secretary 485. Alcott C855
HETTYIIHICH C65g Tpsxlanti No-rmal.
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KENNETH CAMPBELL--jejfersong House Track
1255 College of the City of Detroit.
HELEN K. CARY-Pattengillg Sodales 17f85g Busif
ness Club 161853 House Hockey 135g House Basket'
ball 165g House Archery 1455 School 'Track 1455 Colt
ETHEL M. CAVETTEANortherng Cercle Fran-
cais 17f85g College ofthe City of Detroit.
FLORENCE HARRIET CHAPMAN-Goldbergg
Business Club 17f85g House Basketball 15f75g House
Bowling 1655 Business Institute.
HELEN EILEEN CHASE-West Guilford. Ont.g
Socii Romani 13455 VicefPresident 1455 Lister 15455:
Parliamentarian 1855 House Debating 154555 Busif
VICTORIA BARBARA CI'IECINSKYfC0ndortg
Schiller Club 13f65g House Hockey 135g Providence
Nurses' Training School
FRANKIE L. CHERRY-Sampsong College of the
City of Detroit.
MARVIN J. CHRISTIANSEN-McGrawg Span'
ish Club 16fB5g Vice President 175j Forum C7e85j
House Track 111555 House VicefPresident f75j
President 1855 IZA Dinner Committeeg Business.
LESLIE CLARK-Gaines Highg College of the City
WILFRED CLARK-Nobleg House Football 15f75g
College of the City of Detroit.
ALICE MAY CLAUS-Highland Parlqg Business.
MARY EDNA COATS-Wingertg Detroit 'Teach'
NOREEN COGLEYYPattengillg Art Club 165:
House Baseball 1255 House Bowling 1855 Odds and
Ends 165g School Band 13f75g College of the City of
ALICE ELIZABETH COLTON-fArnherstg Home
Science Club 185g Detroit Business University.
KATHLEEN COMRIE-St. Theresa: Spanish
16-855 Detroit Teachers' College.
ARTHUR CONEY-Estabrooltg "What Anne
HAZEL EVELYN COOKfAngellg Business Club
165g Michigan State University.
ALBERT ALCON COOPER-Northeasterng
House Baseball 1555 House Football 1755 House
Track 1755 House Basketball 185g Business.
K,CAM8fLL H.CARY LCAVETTE
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ECHEMY PICHIISTIANSEN JLLARK
CHARLOTTE R. COPEfMarr5 Business Club
C7-815 Detroit Business Institute.
ANTHONY CARDALAgCuster5 Bios C7-815
MAHALA CORNWELL--West Lancaster, Pa.5
Amici C6-815 Corr. Secretary C715 Secretary C815
House Archery C4-615 House Basketball CS'71,
House Swimming C515 House Track C415 House
Hockey C515 School Hockey C715 School Track C615
House Vice-President C315 President C815 Student
Council C6-715 Vice-President C715 "Romantic
Age" C815 "Vanity Fair" C815 'KWhat Anne Brought
Horne". 12A Social Cornrnitteeg College of the
City of Detroit.
LOUISE CRISPEN---Ruddimang Lister C4-815 Alice
Freeman Palmer C1-415 Secretary C415 Alcott C4-815
House Debating C4-815 Student Manager C815 IZA
Chairman of Color Cornrnittee5 University of
HELEN M. CURTIS+'I'ornpkins5 jackson County
LEO CZYZEWSKI---Ruddima115 House Track lil:
House Football C5-715 University of Detroit.
ANN CATHERINE DALEfStrathmoorg Art
Club C6-815 G. A. A. C7-815 House Basketball C3-715
House Track C115 House Swimming C3-515 House
Bowling C415 House Baseball C3-515 School Swim-
ming C715 12A Social Co'mrnittee5 Albany College.
BILL DANT-Marr5 House Basketball C2-615 House
Track CI'i1j House Baseball C2-615 School Football
C5-715 Student Council CI'21j School Basketball C815
12A 'I'reasurer's Comrnitteeg University of South-
RONALD DAVIDGEAHalifax Academy5 House
Basketball5 School Hockey C815 House Secretary-
'Treasurer5 University of Detroit.
MARION DAVIDSON-Marrg Dancing Recital
C2-615 College of the City of Detroit.
EUDORA DAVIS-Sarnpson5 Art School,
LEONARD A. DAVIS-Nobleg House Swimming
Cs-615 House Baseball 141.
IRENE DEIVIAREST4Germantown5 Lister C71,
Amici C815 House Hockey C715 House Basketball C715
House Debating C7-815 Odds and Ends C7-815 'Ypsi-
MARION DEVER-Wingertg Albion College.
DOROTHY -IANE DEWEEY-Angell5 Glee Club
Cr-815 Vice-President C715 "Erminie" C615 "Vanity
Fair" "Serenade" C815 Sullins College, C71.
ALICE DILLON-Condom Detroit 'Teachers' Col-
AMELIA DINATALE--Condon5 Glee Club C4-815
Detroit Institute of Musical Arts.
DOROTHY DOUBfAngell5 Alcott C6-815 Corr.
Secretary C715 Lister C6-815 Alice Freeman Palmer
C3-415 House Tennis C5-715 House Swimming C615
House Debating Cs-815 Student Manager C81,
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LOTTIE A. DRASCHNER-Ruddirnan5 Schiller
C4615 Maude Royden C1fz15 Home Science Club
C4f815 House Baseball C315 House Hockey C4-615
House Basketball C71f House Track C515 Odds and
Ends C815 Michigan State College.
DORIS DRUMMOND-Marrg House 'Tennis C511
House Bowling C515
KATHERINE DUKES-Bay City: G. A. C. C5f815
President C815 Odds and Ends Csf615 Forum C7f815
"Lucky Break" C615 College ofthe City of Detroit.
LEONE DUNCAN-Westerng Art and Craft In
MARJORIE DINN-Sault Ste. Marie.
WINIFRED DUNN-Sault Ste. Marieg Girls'
Business Club C6'815 House Bowling C815 Bransorne
JAMES ROBLEY DUNNINGfPattengtll5 "N"
Club C315 Glee Club CI'71j House Football C3'S1j
House Baseball C615 House Golf C615 School Foot'
ball C715 "Sweethearts" C215 "Martha" C41j "Er-
minie" C615 House VicefPresident C715 University
RALPH EDWARDS-McFarlane5 House Football
C31, C51g Business.
RUTH ELLEN EICI'IELBARGERfPattengill5
Senior Girls' Glee Club C7f815 LeCirlce Francais
C615 Library Stag C21, C715 "Vanity Fair" C515
House Hockey C41, C6-715 House Basketball Cs1,
C715 School 'Track C615 "Serenade" C815 University
LEAHLA ENDTER-Snyder Park junior High,
Springfield, Ohio5 Home Science5 Art School.
DORIS MAE ENEIX-Warren High School, War'
ren, Minnesotag Senior Girls' Glee Club C5f815
Detroit Teachers' College.
CELIA EPSTEINfAngell5 French Club C6815
Senior Girls' Glee Club C4f815 "Serenade" C81.
MALCOLM EVELETH-Northerng Odds ancl
Ends C5f615 University of Michigan.
PAUL FACKLER-College Highg Michigan State
RAYMOND FARKAS-Pattengillg School RifIe
Team C7f815 University of Detroit.
VIOLET MAY FIELDS-Wingert5 Girls' Glee
Club C1f815 House Hockey C315 College ofthe City
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FRED FINSTERVJALD--Hutchinson5 Hi-7' Gray
16-855 House Swimming 155, 1755 House Baseball
165, 1855 University of Pennsylvania.
BARBARA FLlNTfNorthern Highg Girls' Busif
ness Club 17f855 President 1855 House Tennis 1755
Michigan State College.
VERA FORNEYfHutchins5 Art Club5 Business
IRENE E. FOSTER-College High5 Girls' Business
Club 1855 House Hockey 1655 House Basketball 16'75f
College of the City of Detroit.
MARION K. FRANKFORD Pattengill5 Art
16-855 House Hockey 1555 House Swimming 1251
House Debating 1855 Olivet College,
EARL FRAZIER--Estabrook5 Socii Romani 1455
House Basketball 185,
HERMAN S. FREED--Hutchins lntermediate5
Science and Radio5 House Baseball 1655 House Bas'
ketball 165, 1855 School Baseball5 Colt 1655 Orchestra
141655 University of Detroit.
ELMER FREEDMAN-Condon Intermediate5 Col'
lege ofthe City of Detroit.
DOROTHY MAY FREEMAN-Angell5 Caryaf
tides 12'35,' Girls' Ajfliated Club 14-855 House
Basketball 1655 House Bowling 1855 Odds and Ends
17f855 Hillsdale College.
BELVA FRITCH-Angell5 Arnici 17f855 Vice'
President 1855 House Swimming 125, 145, 1655 School
Swimming 145, 165, 1855 Water Carnival 145, 1855
House 'Treasurer 1855 G. A. A. 1755 "Vanity Fair"
1455 "What Annie Brought Home" 1855 l2A Social
Committee5 Albion College.
IDA GAL-Pattengill5 Glee Club 11'-15: House Base'
ball5 House Hockey 1655 House Basketball 1655 'Ypsi-
GERD GAMBORG-Angell5 Herodotus 121355
Treasuerer 1255 Hall of Fame 1355 Alice Freeman
Palmer 1355 Amici 14f855 Secretary 1655 President
1855 Schiller Club 151655 VicefPresident 1655 Lister
1855 House Swimming 135, 1555 School Golf 155,
1755 House President 175: Student Council 13-655
Executive Board 14f655 VicefPresident 1555 Odds and
Ends 15f655 12A Vice-Presidentg 12A Dress Com'
mittee5 Preparatory College, Oslo, Norway.
CARL GAMBURD-Mt. Clemens High5 Uniuer
sity of Detroit.
ERNEST C' NTZ'-Wingert5 .lejferson Debating
Club 1455 cretaryffreasurer 1455
ARLAND Wingert5 PrefMedics
seball 1655 House Basketball 1655 Business
DAVID ALLEN GARRISON-Marr5 Hifi' Gray
16f855 House 'Tennis 1455 House Baseball 1155 House
Basketball 1655 School Tennis 16f855 House Vice-
President 1855 Student Council 1755 House De-
bating 1855 Chairman 1655 Colt 13'65j Odds
and Ends 17f855 MayFestival 125: 12A Social
Committee5 University of Detroit.
SANTIAGO GARZAfSt. Mary's Academy Col-
lege ofthe City of Detroit.
JACK W. GEBHARD-Pattengill5 12A Colors
Committee5 College ofthe City of Detroit.
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ARDIS GlBSONAAngell5 Maude Royden CII145
VicefPresident C41: Secretary C215 Treasurer C315
G. A. C.5 House Hockey C115 House Swimming C11
C315 House Basketball C115 School Swimming C4-815
House Secretary C715 President C815 12A Memorial
ELMINA GIBSON-Wingert5 Socii Romani C2f815
House Hockey C615 House Track 515 Teachers' Col-
JOE GOLDBERG-Colt Publicity Manager5 R. O.
T. C. First Lieutenantg House Baseball C61, C815
House Golf C615 House Basketball C815 House Track
C41. C61, C815 University of Detroit.
RUTH EDITH GOLDBERG-Sampson5 Latin
Club C315 Business Club C6f715 Detroit Business
ROSE RAE GOLDBERG-Sampson5 Latin Club
C315 House Baseball C215 Girls' Business Club C715
Detroit Business Institute.
BIRDIE GOLDBLATT-Angellg University of
FANNIE bl. GOLOBlSKYhHutchins Intermediate5
House Bowling C61, C815 Odds and Ends C715 College
of the City of Detroit.
SHEILA MARY GOODNOW-College High5
Business Club5 House Swimming C615 Detroit
BERNICE BELLE GORDON-Northeastern5 So-
cii Romani C1015 Louisiana State University.
SARA JEAN GRANT-Pattengill5 Senior Girls'
Glee Club C7-815 LeCercle Francais C615 Library
Staff C21, C815 "Vanity Fair" C715 "Serenade" C815
College of the City of Detroit.
DOROTHY GREEN-Condon Intermediate5 House
Baseball C31, C415 House Basketball C3'81j AllfHouse
Basketball C815 School Basketball C815 House Tennis
C615 University of Michigan.
GLORIA GREENHUT-Sarnpson5 Art Club C41615
Black .Quills CI'21j Herodotus C3'14: Schiller C6'71j
House Vice-President C315 "Vanity Fair" C515
Wicket's Fine Art School,
FRANK LOUIS GREGOR-Pattengill5 Socii Ro-
manig Los Leones Espanoles5 House Track CIf515
House Baseball CP315 House Basketball C215 School
Golf C41, C61, C815 Carnegie Technical.
EDNA GREGORY-Wingert5 Nurses' Training
School, New York, N. T. '
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SIMON GURVITZ- -Sarnpson5 House Basketball!
1855 House Debating 1655 College of the City of
ROBERT GUSE-Estabrookg Glee Club 1if?'l5: So'
cial Committee 1755 House Tennis I.-155 "Sweep
hearts"5 "Martha"5 Palmer Chiropractic School.
IONE HABERKORN-Angell5 Detroit Conserva'
tory of Music.
HOWARD HAEGER-TvIcGraw5 PrefMetIics 1.1-
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ALMA HALLAEstabrook5 Business Club 16f755
House Basketball 1655 House Hockey 165.
JESSIE MABEL HALLfHutchms Intermediatc
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KENNETH HAMLINYPattengill5 University of
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Basketball 16f855 House Baseball 1255 Manager
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WILLIAM O. HAMMER-Marr5 Hifi' Gray
164555 Secretary 1855 House Baseball 1155 House
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Track 1655 School Tennis 175, 1855 House President
1855 12A Ring and Pin Comrnittee5 College of the
City of Detroit.
JOAN L. HANCOCK-Marrg Bios5 College of the
City of Detroit.
HERBERT HANSEN-Hutchins Intermediate?
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GEORGE S. HARRIS-Hutchins IntermecIiate5 Hi'
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JANET HAWKEfCollege High5 Amici 174553
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GENEVIEVE LOUISE HEAL-Marr5 Maude
Royden C2'45,' President C2655 G. A. C. C6f855
House Bowling5 IZA Ring and Pin Cornrnittee5
New Tork Business College.
FREDERICK ALEX HEBERTfEstabr0ok: Hif'Yf
Gray C6-855 House Basketball C65, C855 Detroit
Technical College, T. M. C. A.
HAROLD HEYDON-Redforclg Hiff-Gray C6f855
Treasurer C855 House Football C555 House 'Track
C955 House Baseball C655 School Football C755 School
Baseball C855 Olivet.
THOMAS HEYDON-Estabrook5 House Baseball
C255 House Football C455 C655 House Basketball C45,
C655 C855 Manager C855 House Tennis C45, C65, C855
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HARRIET NEIGER I'IICKSfMCGraw5 Herodo-
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jefferson Debating C3f455 Secretary C455 Spanish
Club C6f855 College of the City of Detroit.
PARAMORE HICKS-Glee Club5 House Trackg
House Baseball5 House Basketball C2f455 School
IRIS HIGGINS-Ursaline Acaderny5 French Club
C3f455 University of Detroit.
MARGARET LOUISE HILL-Marr5 Sodales
C4'65j G. A. C. C5f855 House Basketball C555 House
Archery C655 House Swimming C25, C455 Odds and
Ends C4-855 12A Treasury Committee5 College of
the City of Detroit.
ELIZABETH E. HINZ-Orion5 Home Science C855
House Swimming 435i Schiller C4e85f Detroit Busif
CHARLES W. HOCKENBROCHT-Paxtonville,
Pa.5 House Football C655 University of Detroit.
CAROLYN MARIE HOFFMAN-Marr5 Alcott
C6f855 President C855 Bios C5-855 Secretary C655 Vice'
President C755 House Secretary C855 New 'York Busif
MARTHA HOFMEISTERM-Sebewaing High,
Sebewaing, Michigan5 Schiller C5f85.
ELVIRA HOLM-jefferson Interrnediate5 Girls'
Business Club C6f855 Secretary C855 Schiller Club
ELEANOR MAE HOWITTfPattengill5 French
Csf655 Girls' Business Club C655 Art School.
GEORGE HUBERiAngeIl5 "N" Club5 House
Baseball CI'3lJ House Track C355 House Football
C255 C455 House 'Tennis C35, C555 School 'Track C55,
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ball C55, C755 School Hockey C65. C855 Business.
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ing C355 House Archery C655 Mary Grove.
DOROTHY .IUNE IRWlN4Marr5 Lister C6455:
Secretary C855 Sodales C5f855 Vice-President C855
LeCercle Francais C755 House Secretary C855 House
Debating C5f655 Manager C7-H55 School Debating
C7'85j Colt C4'65j Assistant Club Editor C655
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Cornrnitteeg Mt. Holyoke or Radcliffe.
JENNY IRWIN-Uni1'ersi'ty of Micliigari
ISABEL JACOBS-Lincoln jr., High. Duluth.
MARGARET E. JASON-Moore.
MARY A. JENKIN-Angell5 House Hockey C6f85,'
House Basketball C5'575 House Bowling C6f85
College ofthe City of Detroit.
ALLAH V. JENKINS-Arthur Hill High, Saginaw5
House Basketball C755 Indiana University.
RUTH M. JEYNES-Pattengill5 "Vanity Fair" C555
Dancing Recital C455 Oberlin.
ALLAN JOHNSONAHutchins5 Globe Trotters5
House Debating C25, C45, C655 Odds and Ends5
FLOYD JOHNSON-Goldbergg Clubg House
Basketball C45, C65, C855 House Baseball C655 C855
School Football C855 Reserve Football C655 House
SecretaryfTreasurer5 12A Treasury Committee.
RAYMOND E. JOHNSON-Hutchinsg House
Basketball C655 Detroit Technical.
AMY J. -lOHNSTONfAngell5 Girls' Affiliated
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JACK JULL-South School, Tharns, New Zealand,
HifTfRecl 164555 Los Leones Espanoles 17f855 Colt
17f855 College of the City of Detroit.
VICTORIA D. KAPECKI-McGraw5 House
Suiimming 1355 House Archery 1655 House Hockey
1455 House Track 1655 School Track 1655 Nurses'
ALEXANDER KATZ-New Torlqg House Base'
ball 15-855 House Debating 161855 Odds and Ends
174455 Pre-Medics 17f855 12A Ring and Pin Corn'
rnirteeg College ofthe City of Detroit.
DAVID KEEVER-Hutchins Interrnediate5 College
of the City of Detroit.
RICHARD S. KELSO-Pattengill5 Albion College.
WILLIAM R. KEMP-Wingert5 House Football
135, 155, 1755 House TTt1Ck175j University of Detroit.
GERALDINE M. KEOWN-Pattengillg Glee Club
115, 17,855 House Hockey 1655 House Basketball 1555
Norwester 15f655 "Vanity Fair" 1755 "Serenade"
1855 Business University.
VIRA KERSNICK-University City High, Uni'
versity City, Missouri.
KATHLEEN C. KIEFER-Marrg Schiller 17f855
Globe Trotters 1855 Glee Club 15f855 House Archery
May Festival 165, 1855 Girls' 'Trio 17f855 "Erniinie"
1655 "Serenade" 1855 Business College,
CORA L. KIMBALL-Goldbergg Herodotus 12-535
Norwester 1sf655 12A Social Cornrnitteeg Business.
CLIFTON KING-Hutchins5 Science and Radio:
EDWARD KIRBYfAngell5 Hi-Tfwaniega 11'45j
Forum 1855 Secretary 135: VicefPresident 1455 House
Tennis 1355 Odds and Ends 17'85f Colt 1If255 College
of the City of Detroit.
CHRISTINE KIRSCHENHEITER 7 Sarnpsong
Schiller 14f855 Girls' Business Club 16-855 Business.
MARVIN KLEIN-Neinas5 "N" Club5 House
Football5 House Baseballg School Reserve Baseball5
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College of the City of Detroit.
DOROTHY MARIE KOEHLER+Angell5 Horne
Science 154555 Glee Club 1155 House Tennis 155, 1755
Michigan State College.
VIRGINIA M. KOTHE+Angell5 Herodotus 1155
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LEONA LATTA-Hardingg Bios Cjnnj LeCercle
Francais C-il: Detroit Business University.
LOUISE LEE-'Tuscolag Home Science C7f8lg Busi-
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cais 1412515 House Basketball H735 Business.
EARL LEFFLERvCondong University of Detroit.
KENNETH LEHEUP-Pattengillg Glee Clulrg
House Trackg "Lucky Brealfg "Serenade"g North'
ern Illinois College.
LOUISE LEPPERgCondon Interrnediateg Art Club
C6-855 Lister Uefllj Water Carnival C-OJ House
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Manager C7f8jg 12A Class Day Committee.
KENNETH LESTER- Busmess
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Alcott 17-855 House Basketball Q7Dg House Archery
fell: Norwester f5f8Jg Business.
EDITH LIPSITH-Brockton Highg Business
FLOYD W. LOCKWOOI3fMcGraw5 House Foot'
ballg House Basehallg House Basketballg School
Footballg Alma College.
ELOISE LOGAN-Hutchins lntermediateg Odds
and Ends Q5'SJg Alhion College.
RUSSELL LONG-Condon Intermediateg R. O. T,
C. Lieutenantg Coltg Leland Stanford University'
MARGARET MARY LOVEfAngell5 Herodotus
C1'355 VicefPresident C255 Secretary C355 Socii Ro'
mann C3-555 'Treasurer C555 Hall of Fame C955 G. A.
A, C7-855 House Tennis C755 House 'Track C655
House Basketball C755 Managerg School Golf C55,
1755 Captain C755 House Assistant Secretary C355
'Treasurer C855 House Debating C655 12A Ring and
Pin Comrnitteeg College ofthe City of Detroit.
FELICIA LENORE LUBOWfHutchins Inter-
rnedmteg Soci Romani C3f455 Library Staff C555 Rid'
ing Club C7f855 House Debating C855 University of
HILDEGARD LUECKHOFF-Wingertg Schiller
C4-855 Secretary C7-855 School of Arts, Berlin, Ger-
JENNIE STELLA LULKO--Assumptiong Schiller
WILLIAM MACAULEY+Marr5 House Swim'
mini: CS5. C755 House Basketball C45, C65, C855 Uni'
versity of Michigan.
ROBERT MAC CLAREN - HifT5 Odds and
Ends, Chairman Social Committee C855 University
WILLIAM T. MACDONALD-Nobleg Univerf
sity of Detroit.
EMMIE LEE MACKfWingert5 Nurses' 'Training
VERA HELEN MACKfMarr5 Schiller C5-855
VicefPresident C855 House Debating C855 College of
the City of Detroit,
BARBARA MANCHESTERAHutchins Inter'
mediate5 Alice Freeman Palmerg Herodotusg Girls'
Business Clubg 'I'reasurer5 Business.
DALE E. MAPLE-Marr5 Glee Club"C1-255 Presi'
dent C255 Senior Orchestra C5-855 House Basketball
C655 Curtiss Flying Service.
LEONARD F. MARKS-Nobleg Detroit Business
HARLYN EDAN MARSHALL-Pattengillj Los
Leones Espanoles C6f855 Collegeof the Cityof Detroit.
ORVILLE RAYMOND MARTIN-Angellg Hi'
T-Keewahlgee C1f455 House Track C355 College of the
City of Detroit.
,IESSIE A. MASSEY-Franlqling Business Institute.
WILLIAM J. MASSEY, jr.,-Angell5 General
RUDOLPH MATTSON-Rudyard High5 Hifl'
C2155 College of the City of Detroit.
NOEL MAXAM-Hutchins Inte1mediate5 House
Track C1355 School Track C45, C65, C855 Odds and
Ends C1-55, C7'85f Assistant Editor C75i Editorf
infchief C855 Club C4f855 Art Club C3f455
Hif'YfGray C4-855 President C655 City Presidents'
Council5 Lister C5f855 Parliarnentarian C655 Detroit
HifP1ess Club, VicefPresident5 Student Council
C3-655 Executive Board C4-655 President C655 Hall of
Fame C655 School Cross Country C35, C555 "Vanity
Fair" C355 School Productions Business Staff C3'65j
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Age" C855 Dartmouth University.
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C6f81g Hiff C31i House Baseball C11, C315 House
Basketball C21, C415 School Baseball C51, C715 School
Reserve Basketball C615 Student Council C4f61p
School Orchestra C1f61g Michigan State College.
FRANCIS W. MCDONALD-Winterhalterg Odds
and Ends, Exchange Editor C7f31g College of the
City of Detroit.
HENRIETTA MCINTYRE-Belmcmnt Highg Busi
ALMA NICKESSONV---Langston Highg House Bas-
ketball: Business Institute.
EARL C. MCKINNON-Estabrookg House Swim'
ming C5f61g Northwestern University.
KATHRYN R. MEADYGoldbergg House Swim'
ming C4'S1j School Tennis C615 'Ypsilanti College.
CHARLES STUART MEAGHERfHutchins In-
termediateg Orchestra C1-615 House Swimming C31,
C51, C715 College ofthe City of Detroit.
JULIA EDMUNDS MEDDAUGH--Hutchins Inf
terrnediateg Bios C815 House Swimming C415 House
Hockey C815 House Bowling C815 University of
RAY MEITZ-Nazareth Lutherang Business.
IRENE BURROWS MERRELL-Marrg LeCercle
Francais C7'81j Dance Recital C41, C61, C815 "Sere-
nade" C815 College of the City of Detroit.
IRAS ALBERTA MERRIMAN-Highland Park
Highg High School of Commerce.
JAMES METH McGraw-Odds and Ends
CWSP: Colt, News, Editor C815 Norwester C815
MARJORIE MEYERMSampsong Schiller C7f81g
House Basketball C71g House Track C515 Business.
ANGELO MICELI-Winterhalterg House Trackg
"Vanity Fair"g University of Detroit.
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ELIZABETH E. MICHA --lejfersong Business.
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School Foothullg junior Vorsityg School Baskethallg
University of Detroit.
RUTH ANNA MILLER4Bennett Highg Greek
Cluhg French Cliihg College of the City of Detroit.
VIRGINIA LOUISE IvIILLERfjejferson Inter-
mediateg Girls' Business Club L6f85g Business
ARTHUR MILLIGAN-Gmylingg Hi-TfRed C1f25
C555 Student Councilg Michigan State University.
ERNESTINE MILLS'-Siimpscrng Business.
TVIILDRED MARY MILLSfPattengillg Home
Sciencep House Baskethallg House Swimming:
DOROTHEE L. MILOCH-Assumptiong Herodo-
tus 1155 Business University.
FLORENCE 1. MITCHELL-N. W. S. S.g Hero'
dorus 1255 House Swimming Q25: Captain C455
House Hockey Q75g House 'Tennis 665g School Swim'
ming l4f65g Business University.
LESLIE MITCHELL-Hiitchins Intermediateg Hi-
T-Blue Q4-85g Treasurer-Secretaryg Business.
BARBARA K, MONTEE f Wingertg House
Hockey Q6'75g House Bowling i655 House Basketball
175g Evangelical Deaconess Hospital.
FRAZIER NIOOREW Wirigertg House Track f65g
School Cross Country 1655 School 'Track C75g College
of the City of Detroit.
SIDNEY NIOORE--Track C1655 Business.
WALTER G. MOOREfAngell5 Hiff-Blue Q7-85:
Science and Radio C7-85g College of the City of
FRANK MORAN Business.
.IAMES MORTIMERgWestern Highj House
Baskethullg University of Detroit.
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Detroit Teachers' College.
THOMAS A. MOWBRAYfWinterhalter5 House
Track C355 C555 University ofMichigan.
jEAN ELIZABETH IvIURDOCHgMarr5 rzA
Treasurers' Comrmttee5 Wicker School of Fine
ALICE MUSIALfAngell5 Girls' Business Club5
House Hockey C655 House Baseball C35- CS5g School
Reserve Hockey C755 Odds and Ends C755 University
CHARLES NEEDHAM-Pattengill5 Business.
DOLPHUS NELSON-Estabrook5 School Basketball
C855 Reserve C655 University of Michigan.
MILDRED NEWLAND-College High5 House
Track C655 Business.
ETHEL NIKRANT--St. Rose's5 LeCercle Fran-
cais C4-855 Herodotus C1f255 Caryatides C1f255 Art
Club Csf655 House Golf C655 House Tennis C655
School Golf C755 Odds and Ends C4'65j Colt C855
"Vanity Fair" C45, C655 University of Detroit.
,IANE F, NISBET-Marrg Girls' Business Club5
Colt C455 Henry Ford Hospital.
FHYLLIS CLAIRE NOR'TON+Mar'f: Alcott
C4-855 Schiller Club C6-855 House Secretary C6f855
12A Dress Cornrnitteeg Michigan State College.
RICHARD OBERSCHULTE - Nazareth Lu'
therang Schiller C355 Science and Radio C855 House
Basketball C855 Valparaiso University.
NORMAN L. OLESCN-Pattengillg House Foot'
ball C355 Cs5, C755 House Baseball C655 C855 House
Golf C65, C855 House Ba:ketl'all C855 University of
RUTH OPPENHEIM-Sampson5 jefferson De-
bating C355 LeCercle Francais C.4:855 VicefPresident
C855 Lister C7f855 House VxcefPresident C255 House
Debating C4-855 Chairman C6f855 Norwester C7851
Publicity Manager C655 Assistant Editor C7'85f
12A Motto Cornrnitteeg All House Debating Team
C65, C855 Detroit Business Institute.
IDA E. PALLEY-Hutchinsg Odds and Ends C755
College of the City of Detroit.
FRED PALLIAER-Fochg House Baseball C655
House Golf C65.
RICHARD S. PALMf,Iejferson5 "N" Club C6'855
VicefPresident C855 House Football C555 House
Swimming C4-855 Captain C7f855 House Vice-
Presiderit C7f855 12A Social Commxttee5 College
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Alice Freeman Palmer 13455 House Baseball 12'45j
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ming 195: School Golf 1755 House Vicefljresident
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GEORGE PARROTT-W Angell5 Socii Romani5
Radio arul Science Clubg HWY Blue Chapter5 Col-
lege of the City of Detroit.
DANIEL PASKIEWICZ-Clipperg House Swim'
ming 1755 House Baseball 1655 12A Ring and Pm
Committee5 University of Detroit.
HARRY PAULL--Angell5 School Baseball 1555
College of the City of Detroit.
EDNA W. PAYTON-Newmarket High School5
Newmarket, Ont.5 Alice Freman Palmer 1455
French Club 1655 House Archery 1455 School Hockey
1555 Norwester 1s-655 Dance Recital 1655 College of
the City of Detroit.
ROYAL E. PEAKE-+Marr5 Lister 16-855 President
1855 Herodotus 111255 Hall of Fame 1255 Socii Ro-
mani 1555 Censor 1955 Hifl' Grey Chapter 17f855
House 'Tennis 14f65,' House Debating 151855 All
House 1855 Norwester 17-855 School Oratorical Con-
test 1855 I2 A Class Day Committeeg University
NOBLE PECKHAM- Mcl7T,' Forum 17f855 Hifl'
Blue Chapter 13f855 VicefPresident 1855 Socri Ro'
marii 12-45: President 1.455 House Tennis 1455 House
Golf 1455 House Swimming 15f755 House Track 1555
House Basketball 1855 Student Council 17f855 Odds
and Ends 15-655 12A Supper Co'mmittee5 Albion
VIOLET M. PEERBOLTE-South Strathm0or5
Greek Club 134555 Norwester 15f855 12A Memorial
Comrnittee5 Dance Recital 1655 College of the City
of Detroitg Business College.
SYDNEY PELLERW--Philadelphia, Pa.5 University
ABRAHAM PELTON-Goldberg House Golf
1655 12A Treasurers' Committee5 College of the
City of Detroit.
FLOYD PENICK-Wxr1gert5 Club5 House
Baseball 1255 House Football 1655 House Basketball
1255 House Track 11f655 School Track 16-855 Michif
gan State College.
GEORGE PERRY -Goldberg Lister 17f855 House
Debating 1855 University of Michigan.
FREDERICK PETERSON--Angell5 House Base'
ball 11455 School Football 14-855 House Secretary
mul Treasurer 1855 12A Color Comrnittee5 Unroerf
sity of Southern California.
HUGHES PETERSON- Condong House Track 1555
House Football 1755 College of the City of Detroit,
MARBELL F. PETERSON-Irfan Niountam High
GERALD PHELAN--St. Theresa5 Socu Romani
1l'45,' House Debating 1855 University of Detroit.
GEORGE PICKETT-Estabrookg Business lnsti-
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Baseball C415 House Tenms 14f61g House Sll'171'l1V1l111.l
li'7lJ House Baslgetlvall 1'i'71g Norulester 10441,
LOUISE C. PLUTVIIVIERY - Arlgellg Herotlotus 11415
Secretary 1315 VlCE'I77ESlkICYlI 141g Hall of Fame 1415
Odds and Ends 151815 Girls' Glue Clulv 1111, Socu
Romam 13-81g Presulent 1615 Alcott 131, Busmess.
MARY PORTER-Angellg Herotlotus 111215 Socn
Romam 1sf61,' Alcott 15f?l1g Secretary 181g House
Swimmmg l4'7lf Gwls' Clee Clulv 1115 Secretary
'Treasurer 111g School Golf 1sf71g Otltls and Emls
Csflllg IZA Soczal Cormnxtteeg Smxth College.
WILLIAM POWRIE flvlarrq Norwester 171515
'xVamty Fav" ,'W1ClQEY Art School,
ELIZABETH QUAULINIP- Easterng French Clulv,
HAROLD QUAYf LaSalleg Ururersxry oj Nltclu-
HELEN RABEfPatter1g1ll,' Busmess Cluh 181,
House Bowling f7f81g Busmess.
MAC RACHLlNflvlcGrawg House Baseball
12f61g House Basketball lzfbjg School Baslqethall 181,-
Michigan State College.
JEROME RAIKE-Kalamazoo Centralg Schxller
Club f7f8jg Kalamazoo College.
EUGENE RHEA--Goldbergg House Football 16181,
House Basketball 13415 House Baseball 1'3'i1,'
House Swxmming 1615 Umversuty of Detroxt.
EARL RHEAUME-St. 'Theresag House Track lkllQ
House Football CVSDQ School Cross Country 171g
School Track C815 Busmess.
JAMES RICKARD -Sampsong House Football 171g
All-House 171g House Swmrrnmg is-715 House Golf
C815 House Tennis 1815 House Track l71: House
Basketball 181g College of the Cnty of Detroxt.
DOUGLAS ROBINSON4CvoldlWergg House Foot'
ball C61g "Martha"g Stage Crewg Mxchngan State
WILLARD ROBINSON ---Tawas Clty Hxght Bust'
EVA ROCKIVELLAEstalvroolqg Home Sctence
Clulwg House Bowlmg 181g Business.
CHARLES A. ROGERS--Pattengxllg Luster 1411115
Presrdent 1715 V1CK'PTCSlLICTlI 181g Parlnamentanan
lil: Hi-T Grey Chapter 14-815 Presxdent 1715 Stu'
dent Counczl 13f41g House Delvatlng 131415 House
Chairman 181g AllfHousc Delvatmg 14.15 School Def
baring 15-81g Odds and Ends 1515 Norwester l71,'
12A Commencement Commxtteeg Extempore
Speech Contest 1615 University of Mxclugan.
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Czty of Detront.
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12455 University of Michigan.
MARCIARET A. ROSSfAngell5 Soclales 16-855
Secretary 1855 Greek Club 15-855 Albion College.
ERMA ROSSIE-Goldberg5 House Swimming 1555
LAAURICE ROTHSTEIN--Hutchinsg House De-
bating 1855 Michigan College of Mining and Tech'
ROYCE ROWE'MllTT5 Business.
MERTON R. RULEfMarr5 House Baseball 12f655
School Hockey 13f855 College of the City of Detroit'
.IANET RUNYEON-Angell5 Los Leones Es.
panoles 17-855 Herotlotus 1g1'455 Alcott 1855 House
Archery 1455 House Golf 1655 School Golf 15-755
Odds and Ends 14-655 University of Detroit.
LILIAN RUSSELL-Angell5 French Club 19855
Secretary 185: G. A. C. 1655 House Track 1455
House Tennis 1655 Odds and Ends 14f655 College
of the City of Detroit.
HAZEL C. SAMLlEL-Condon5 Business Club
15-855 House Swimming 1655 House Hockey 15'755
House Basketball 15-755 House Bowling 16f855
School Golf1755 G. A. A. Board 17f855 Business.
MARY JEAN SANDERSONfAngell5 Socii Ro'
mani 13f455 House Basketball 1655 Captain.5 House
Secretary 175: House President 1855 Dance Recital
1l'75Q "Vanity Fair" 1755 12A Dinner Cornrnitteeg
University of Southern California.
IRENE SARY-Monnier5 Business Club 1855 School
Hockey 1755 House Basketball 141855 House Hockey
1655 House Bowling 1655 House 'Track 1755 School
Basketball 1355 Business.
MAY SASSv-Marr5 Business.
CHAUNTAL C. SAUNDERS-Angellg Alcott
16'855 President. Treasurer 1855 LeCercle Francais
14f555 House Swimming 1355 School Swimming
14-S55 House 'Treasurer 175: "Vanity Fair" 175:
Water Carnival 14f855 Hall of Fame 175: Castle'
onfHudson, Tarryton, N. T.
DONALD W, SAWYER-Estabrook5 Boy's Glee
Club 12f855 Secretary 1255 House Baseball 14f85:
House Basketball 16-855 House Swnnrmng 1755
Manager 1855 House Basketball 16f855 Manager 1855
House Swimming 1755 House Track 1sf755 House
Secretary, Treasurer 1755 House President 1855
House Debating 1655 "Martha" 1455 "Erminie" 1655
"Serenade" 1855 All City Glee Club and Chorus
12f855 Dartmouth College.
JOHN SCHANG-Condon5 Bios Club 1855 Uni'
versity of Detroit.
GEORGE SCHNElDERfHutchins5 Schiller Club
17f855 University of Detroit.
LILLIE SCHRAEDER- Pattengillg Schiller Club
17f855 President 1855 "Erminie" 1655 "Serenade" 1855
College ofthe City of Detroit.
CHARLES SCHULMAN-Pattengill5 House Base'
ball 1i'75: House Football 15-755 House Basketball
13f755 University of Detroit.
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DAVID SCOTT+Pattengill5 Hiff C4fi'l55 Vice'
President C755 President C855 Forum C7'C'l5j Pres'
ident C855 Socii Romani CP455 Treasurer C355
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ger C855 Odds and Ends C655 Norwester C7-H55 11A
Class Day Committee5 Albion College.
ALICE SEEFRED-Arsenal Technical. Indianapoi
lis, Ind.5 Abwhtlf Ann Brought Homcf' College oj
the City of Detroit.
ELIZABETH E. SHEETZ-john Morrow School,
Pittsburgh, Pa.5 Girls' Business Club C7-855 Busif
ROBERT SHEPARD-Greenfeld Farkg West
Point Military Academy.
MARGARET A. SHERMAN-Pattengillg Bios
Club C3f855 President C6f755 Detroit Business Um'
MARGARET I. SHERRIN--Pattengill5 Globe
Trotters C855 Detroit Teachefs College.
SHESHANA SHNITZ---Hutchins5 Business.
VIRGINIA SHY+Clipper5 Girls' Business Club
HAROLD SIELOFF-St. .Iohn's5 "N" Club C6f855
Secretary and Treasurer C755 President C855 House
Baseball C6f855 House Basketball C3f855 School Foot'
ball C3f755 House President C855 12A Commence-
ment Committee5 Valpariso University.
JACOB SILL?Hutchins5 College ofthe City of De'
ARCHIE SIM-Scotland5 Business
LOUISE SIMMS-Wingertg House Track C1f355
School Track C3655 House Basketball C655 House
Archery C75i School Basketball C755 Uriiversity of
SAMUEL SINILA' --Business
AUDREY C. SMITI'IfEstabrook5 Alice Freeman
Palmer C1'45j Treasurer C45.
ETHEL V. SMITH-Hutchins Intermediate G. A.
A- C3'75i SCCTCWVN C3'-15: Treasurer Csf655 Refiref
serttative C755 House Track Czf855 House Baseball
C2f455 House Tennis C2'-45: House Archery C455
House Swimming C155 House Basketball CI'85j Cap'
tain C355, C755 AllfHouse Basketball C3f755 Captain
C755 School Swimming C1f855 Manager C1-855 School
Track C455 House Treasurer C755 House President
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Fair" C555 12A Ring and Pin Committee5 College
of the City of Detroit.
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SHERILL D. SMITH--'Marrg Girls' Glee Club
144515 "Vanity Fair" 1715 First Prize5 Detroit
MURIEL C. SMO'I'HERSf-leffersong Socii Ro-
mam 151715 Sodales 174515 House Basketball 1541: - R'
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ofNIichigan. 5 "f" J' fm, Q.
ALICE SMOTHERS fM1ller5 House Hockey 151615 ,
House Basketball 171: House Swimrning 14-715 -'
House Bowling 13515 House Archery 13515 House Nsnolnma AJMOTHFRS
Baseball 1115 Business.
LLOYD SOCALLfWinrerl1alter5 Business. : '
MAR ORIE SOMKIN-Winterhalter' Schiller
17'71: House Basketball 1615 Water Calrnival 1415 5 W A
School Hockey 1515 School 'Track 141: Odds and Ends 5 1
1515 Uriirersity of Michigan. ' E
KENNETH SORENSONfCollege H1gh5 House
GENEVIEVE E. SPENCER--Angell5 Alice Free'
mari Palmer 141: Bios Club 151815 Secretary 174515
Nfichigari State College. ' ,
GEORGE A. SPENCERfAngell5 Science and
Radio Club 12515 House Football 1515 House Base-
ball 141: House Basketball 1612515 Michigan State '
FRANK STAUB' -Goldberg Orchestra 134515 Col'
lege of the City of Detroit. Gznucm ESTAUB
DOROTHY STEDMANfWin!erhalter5 Cirl's
Glee Club 13-415 "Martha"5 "Errninie"5 D. B. I.
JEANNE MARIE STEELE--Leslie5 Herodotus -an-Q0
11f215 Cercle Francais 13f415 Alcott 154515 School
Swimming 131415 Water Carnival 1315 'Romantic
Age"5 "Whitt Ann Brought Home" 12515 11A Corn'
menccrnent Committee5 Cass High School.
MARTIN J. STEEANAC- Marr5 Hifl' 161815
R. O. T. C. 164515 House Baseball 164515 House
Football 17-715 House Basketball 164515 House 'Track
15-715 "What Anne Brought Home"5 College of the
City of Detroit.
ELEANOR STEVENS-Marr5 Bios Club 13515
Le Cercle Francais 16-I51.
DORIS STEWARTfPatte1igill5 Alcott 154515 Art
Club 17'rII1j House Secretary5 Student Council 15-715
Executive Board fs'715 Narwester 161815 IZA
'I'reasurer's Cornrnitteeg High School of Commerce,
DOROTHY M, STlRLINGfAngell5 Girl's Glee
Club 111, 16-P515 Vicefpresident 1115 Accornpanist
164515 Dance Recital 1215 "Vanity Fair" 1715 Water
Carnival 1515 Norwester 154115 "Serenade" 1815
BOYD STOCKMEYERN Patterigillg Hifl' 1112515 MTQM 11519114945
Forum 174515 House Basketball 1215 House Football
16,9515 All-House Tennis 141: House Swimming 1315
House Baseball 124515 School Basketball 16f815
House Secretary 1615 House 'Treasurer 1815 Colt
k7'tIl1j 12A 'I'reasurer's Cornmittee5 De Poirso.
ROHERTA STOCKWELLfCollege High5 Cercle
Francais 164515 Odds and Ends 14-2515 Colt 1615
Detroit 'Teachers' College.
EMMA P. STRASDINfGeorge Fordg Girl's Busif
ness Club 174515 Odds and Ends 1815 House Base-
ball 1415 Business.
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Detroit 'Teachers' College.
CARROL H. STRICKLAND -- Paine College High
School, Gag College ofthe Cnty of Detroit.
RUTH E. TAGERACondon5 Art Club C6315 Bios
Club Csf8J5 VicefPresulent C6J5 President C825 Col-
lege of the City of Detroit.
-IOSEPHINE TALBOT--Marr5 Bios CllLl7'C3'4lf
Secretary C435 Le Cercle Francais C4'8lj Art'Club
C5-855 School ColfC6-815 Colt C4l5 12ASocial Com'
mittee5 Vassar College.
AARON TAYLOR-Paterson, New jersey Col'
lege ofthe Cnty of Detroit.
MARGARET F. TEICHMAN-Marr: Schiller
Club C895 House Basketball 5SchoolSw1mrnmg C4405
House Swirnrning5 House Tennts5 House Baseball5
Water Carnival5 Albion College.
MARION TEI.FERfMarr5 Alice Freeman Palmer
CMD: Alcott CWD-
EDGAR F. TEMPLIN---Estabrookg Busxness.
LORRAINE A. THOMAS--jeffersong Globe
Trotters Club C835 Detroit Business Institute.
ALBERT THOMPSON-Wxngertg House Track
CIJ, C6'7Jj House Baseball C7J.
DORIS THOMPSON'f-,lejfersrrn5 House Bowling
C815 Globe Trotters Club C8J.
HOWARD W. TI'IURMANYAngell5 House
THELMA M. TILLEYA George Fordg Gxrlfs Glce
Club C2j5 Busmess Club C205 Busmess.
VERA E. TIMBERSfWungert5 House Track C635
House Basketball C7J5 House 'Track Czl. Cell. C695
School Track C6-815 House Bowling C6-335 School
Track C715 Michigan State Normal College.
BETTY TINSLEYfEstabrook5 House Basketball
BETTY TOWNSEND- -College of the City of
ELIZABETH TRATTNERfSampson5 French
Club C4-BJ5 Secretary C715 President CBJ5 Art Club
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of the City of Detroit.
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ketball 1455 House Swimming 1465: Odds and Ends
13-55g College ofthe City of Detroit.
FLORENCE M. TUREK-St. Casimifs Parochial:
LeCe1cle Francais 17-85g Odds and Ends 15-651
College of the City of Detroit.
RUTH TURNER-McCrawg Business Club 15-85g
G. A. C. 14-655 Business.
IRENE j. TUROWSKIfSt. Casimir'sp G. A. C.
15-65g House Basketball 1555 Business Club 15f85j
WILLA MAE LJNDERWOOD-Wingertg Thales
Debating Club 115g House Track 175: House Base-
ball 1355 Lincoln Hospital.
HARRY VAIL-Hutchinsg Schiller Club 165g Col'
lege of the City of Detroit.
CHARLOTTE VALLADE-Angellg Sodales 17'85g
ERWIN VALMORE-Marrg Hifi' Blue Chapter
1855 UN" Club 1855 House Football 16f85g All'
House Football 16-855 House Baseball 11-54g House
'Track 11f35g School Track 17-855 House Vice'Presif
dent 1855 12A Social Committeeg University of
EDGAR VAN DYK-Pattengillg Science and Radio
Club 185. College ofthe City of Detroit.
SIDNEY VELICK-Bartlesville, Oklahomag House
Track 15-65g House Treasurer 1755 House Secretary
1855 Lincoln House Record 1Editor5 185g Odds and
Ends 165g Norwester 17f85g Editor 1855 Hall of Fame
175: Chairman of 12A Motto C0mmlIlCCj Colurnf
MARJORIE VOORHIE-9-Wethersyfield High,
Connecticutg Business College.
BUHL WALBRIDGE-College Highg House Base'
ball 1655 House Basketball 185.
NORMAN WARGOWSKY---Nazarethg Valpa-
FLORENCE E. WEAVER-Uniiversity High, Chi'
cago, Ill.g Chicago Business College.
ROBERT WEBBERg.Quincy, Hancock, Michigang
DAVID WEISENFELD-Hutchins. College ofthe
City of Detroit.
EDITH F. WELLAND-Goldbergg Detroit Business
HARRY N. WELLAND-Goldbergg College ofthe
City of Detroit.
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Los Leones Espanoles C855 House Basketball C7'85,
University of Michigan.
ANNA BELL WI-IALEY-Lincoln lnstitute5 Con-
servatory of Music, Detroit.
IVIARGARET WHITE-HiLtchi1is5 Bios Club C355
House Track C2f655 House Baseball C4-655 House
Swimming C555 School Track C655 School Skating
C3f755 Detroit Business University.
WILLIAM A. WICKHAM -jefferson Interme'
diate5 House 'Tennis C755 House Football C7'85:
House Basketball C655 House Baseball C6f755 School
Basketball C7f855 IZA Ring and Pm Committeeg
College of the City of Detroit.
MARGARET WILCOX-4Atlritin fr., Highg Globe
Trotters C855 Dance Recital C455 Business.
DON M. WILLE -'Hutchins Intermediate' 'IN'
Club C6-855 Secretary C855 House Football C3f555
House Swimming C4f85g House Baseball C64555
House 'frafli C455 House Golf C655 House President
C6f755 Norwester C855 Lincoln House Record C6655
12A Secretary5 De Paw University.
ERNEST G. WILLIAMS-McGrauf5 College of
the City of Detroit.
MUIR WILLIAMS-'fejjl'erscin Intermediateg Girl's
Business Club C855 House Basketball C655 House
'Tennis C555 House Archery C655 School Basketball
C4'85j School Hockey C5-755 School 'Track C4'65Q
House Treasurer C855 C. A. A. Rep.5 12A Dinner
Committee5 Detroit Commerical College,
EDYTHE JOYCE WILSONALeslie5 Herodotus CJ5.
ETHEL OLIVE WILSCJN4Marr5 Girl's Alfhliateil
Club C855 Los Leones Espanoles C755 Michigan State
MADELEINE VJOHLGEMUTH-Marrg Los
Leones Espanoles Csf655 House Basketball C755
House Bowling C855 House Debating C5f65g Chair'
man C7f855 College of the City of Detroit.
CLIFFORD H. WOLFE-Marrg Herodotus CI'25j
Secretary C255 Glee Club C 31755 'Treasurer C755 Odds
and Ends C7'85j "Martha" C455 "Errninie" C65.
"What Anne Brought Home"5 12A Memorial
Committee5 College ofthe City of Detroit.
ELEANOR VIRGINIA WOOD-Winterhtilterg
Herodotus C2355 President C355 House Bowling C855
French Club C755 Art Club Cs-855 House Vice'
President C355 Student Council C855 12A Class Day
C0mmittee5 Middlebury, Vermont.
RUTH MARGARET WOOD-Sampson: Greek
Club C6f855 Dance Recital5 Wittenberg College.
HELEN WOOLFENDENfPattengill5 Alcott C6f855
Globe Trotters Club C855 P. Cv. High School of
DORIS Y. WRIGHT-St. Theresag Socii Romani
C5'355 President C855 Girls' Business Club C7'85g
FRANK YENELOUIS-Blocklick, Pa.5 Business.
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FRANK YENNY-McFarlane5 PrefMedics C4f515
College of the City of Detroit.
SOL YOLLES-Sampsong House Basketball C4f815
House Track C615 House Baseball C6f815 House
Tennis C815 College of the City of Detroit.
JAMILLA ROSE ZAKO-McGraw5 College of
the City of Detroit.
JEAN ALBERTA ZANDER-Angellg Socii Ro
rnani CP515 VicefPresident C315 Alcott C6-815
Treasurer C715 VicefPresident C815 Forum C7f815
Band C715 Orchestra C1-815 Herodotus CI'-31: Dance
Recital C2415 Hall of Fame C715 12A Dress Com-
n1ittee5 Wittenberg College, Springfeld, Ohio.
BENJAMIN F. ZIMMERMAN-Marrg College
of the City of Detroit.
ALFREDA L. ZURHORST-Jefferson Intermef
diate5 Wittenberg College.
EDWARD E. BLACKSTOCKfG0ldberg5 Bios
Club C5-165 Hifi' C1415 Glee Club C715 House Base
ball C2'41i Colt C4-815 Odds and Ends C715 Business
ALFRED BUCHBAUM-Sampsong House Swim'
ming C615 House Tennis C71, C815 House Baseball
C7f815 House Basketball C815 College of the City of
ALBERT DRESNER-Wm. Nottingham.
VIRGINIA M. CLAYPOOL-Morenci5 Glee Club
WILLIAM FOX-Hutchins5 House Golf5 House
Swimming5 House Tennis5 School Golfg Captain
C715 College of the City of Detroit.
KARL COUYOUMJIAN-Goldberg5 odds and
Ends C6f815 Curtiss Wright Mechanic School.
CHARLES D. CREED-Goldbergg Glce Club
C4-815 Secretary C71j Treasurer C815 House Baseball
C615 School Reserve Football C71f "Sweethearts"
C21Q "Martha" C415 "Erminie" C615 'LSerenade" C815
Michigan State College.
GILBERT GLOVER-Jefferson Intermediate5 Busif
BEATRICE IRVINE-Bay City, Michigan5 G. A.
JOHN HUFFfWoolstock, Iowa5 Iowa University.
SADIE KLEIN-Marr5 Socii Romani C3-415 House
Bowling C615 House Tennis C515 College of the City
ARTHUR LADUCER-Hartford Public Highg
House Football C41, C615 House Baseball C515 House
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FRANCIS A. McGUIREfWinterhalter5 Business.
EDWARD E. MAINE, Jr.,-Angell5 House Foot
ball C21, C41, C61, C815 House Baseball C315 Hous-
Golf C315 School Golf C515 School Skdfl7lg'C21j Busif
PETER MARTYNIK---R1tddiman5 Business.
ARTHUR PALMERfHannibal High School5 Hi-
'Y Gray Chapter C7'81j House Basketball C815 Col-
lege of the City of Detroit.
CECIL SCHEIDgCollege High: Business.
ISADORE PlTKOWITZhCass Tech5 Business.
RAYMOND REED-Hutchins5 Spanish Club5
House Golf C715 House Football C515 House Baseball
C315 House Track C1'81j University of Detroit.
EMERSON NORTON-Simmons Uniuersityg
House Basketball C6-71.
JOHN SPENCER-Findlay High School, Findlay,
Ohio5 Socii Romani C5-815 House Debating C815
Norwester C7f315 IZA Dinner Comrnittee5 Harvard
MILTON R. ZANDER-Pattengillg Wittenberg
JANE ZANTIS-Bolton High School.
LENA ZANTIS-Bolton High School5Art Club5
Detroit Business Institute.
HERBERT THOMPSON-Lincoln5 Club
C7f815 House Track Cz1, C41, C615 School Track
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WESLEY HURD, for his fine efforts in
behalf of Northwesterifs athletic teams,
for his good work in house activities,
and his leadership in the senior class.
MAHALA CQRNWELL, for her fine
efforts in behalf of Northwesterns athf
letic teams, and her leadership in house
NOEL MAXAM, for his fine work in
behalf of Northwesterifs athletic teams,
his work on publication, his leadership
in student activities, and for his high
RUTH KURTZ, for her good work in
behalf of Northwesterns athletic teams,
her leadership in house activities, and
her high scholastic standing.
JOHN HAMMER, for his fine efforts in
behalf of Northwesterns athletic teams,
his leadership in student activities and
his high scholastic standing.
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ARDIS GIBSON, for her excellent workin
behalf of Northwestern's athletic teams,
and her leadership in house activities.
CHARLES ROGERS, for his Hne work
in behalf of Northvvestern's debating
team, and for his leadership in student
DOROTHY IRWIN, for her good work
in behalf of Northvvestern's debating
team, and her work in student activities.
JOHN BODEN, for his excellent work in
behalf of Northwestern's athletic teams,
his leadership in house activities, and
his high scholastic standing.
GERD GAMBORG, for her leadership in
house and 12A activities, her great
interest in student activities, and her
high scholastic record.
The quick and dull meet here where tools of th
Are given them who shall be lords, some day,
Of men: where skill in mental things is taught
With manhood but a few short years away,
They seek the means whose minds have dreamed of end
Who will tomorrow build with intellect,
The common plane of mastery transcend,
Today, in scholarship. Who will direct
ln later years the swelling streams of gold,
While young display the seeds of mastership
That mark the potent man, the stern and bold.
Thus all beloved by life attain, with slip
Of years, their fate. So here, where all are met,
The young choose ways on which their lives
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HE symbol of Mt. Vernon House, the spinning wheel, which symbolizes "Industry,"
has been spinning busily during the past year through the untiring efforts of Miss
Vyn and Mrs. Hirt.
The house has been rightfully proud of its swimming team which brought the inter'
house cup to Mt. Vernon. Moreover, with Mahala Cornwell, Louise Crawford and Maude
Bright on the hockey squad, Helen Curtis, jane Cadwell, and Madeline Crawford on the
swimming team, and with a large turnout for all of the house sports, Mt. Vernon feels that
the girls have helped carry out the house motto, "A Sport for Every Girl."
However, athletics are not Mt. Vernon's only interest. Ruth Davenport, Dorothy
Beasley, Martha Boyd and Doris Blum had leading parts in all of the musical productionsg
while Mahala Cornwell and Dolores Brown were featured in the 12A plays.
The house debating team had quite a successful year having participatied in the semi
finals. The chairmen, Louise Crispen and Helen Chase had a very able team composed of
Eleanor Blum, jeanne Brown and Winifred Busha, Affirmative, and Madelyn Coe, Grace
Boman and Dorothy Cook, Negative. The coaches were Mrs. Bauers and Mrs. Ferris.
The girls have kept up their social side with a Mt. VernonfPershing party, a 12B-12A
party, and two Freshmen Frolics, all of which were very successful. Thus, the girls of Mt.
Vernon have upheld their motto, "The Outcome Proves the Deed."
Baird, Pres. fallg Miss Vyn, Cornwell, Pres. spring,
Dawson, Cross, Clements, Brown
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HIS has been a year in which Pershing House has contributed much to the school.
VJilliam Becman made the varsity debating team. Bill Dant and Allan Campbell were
on the varisty football team. John Boden was captain of the varisty basketball team and
Harry Curtis proved one of the fastest swimmers in the state. Harold Brown took a lead
in the opera Serenade, and Ken Berkaw took an important part in The Romantc Age.
Charles Courville was president of the january graduating class.
In the intrafinural affairs Pershing House was less fortunate. A victory over Marshall
started the football season with a bang, but the tide turned, leaving Pershing high and dry.
Although Pershing won individual swimming meets with Wilsoia and Roosevelt, she came
out next to last in the allfhouse meet. Barnard, Anger, and -I. Adams were the star
swimmers. Cooper, Balmer and Barrington made the track team, passing good. It was in
basketball that Pershing's star rose. Every team came through with a long roll of victories.
Due to a late start, the Pershing debaters had a string of bad luck. There can be no fault
found with the team or with Jerome Choinski, the chairman. Altogether, this has been a
year of achievement for Pershing House.
Boden, Pres., Fall, Mr. Munro, Christiansen, Pres., Spring.
Baldner, Davidge, Booth, Berkaw
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NDER the guidance of Miss Suzanna A. Clough and with the splendid leadership
of the house ofhcers, joan of Arc has completed another successful year. The officers
were assisted by able committees headed by enthusiastic chairmen. The debating team,
composed of Irene Demarest, Dorothy Doub, Barbara Herron, Dorothy Foege, Patricia
Graham and Marion Frankford, while not entirely successful, put up a splendid fight in
defense of the Yellow and White.
This year, Joan of Arc has had more individual athletic stars than successful house
teams. Hockey, basketball, swimming and bowling championships were lost in spite of
noble efforts. However, janet Hawke, Loretta Glover, Marjorie Hedgecock and Alice
DeCou starred on the school hockey team, while Ardis Gibson, Emma Grikscheit, Belva
Fritch and Daisy Donald brought honor to the house by means of their swimming ability.
joan of Arc was well represented on the school golf team by Gerd Gamlforg, and on the
school basketball squad by Janet Hawke and Loretta Glover.
, The social events of the year have been many. A "Get Acquainted Party" was given
for the QB class. A joint party with Marshall was a marked success due to the efforts of
the combined social committees: Carolyn Hoffman, Dorothy jane DeWees, Bob Hamilton
and Thomas Hayden. Finally, a novel party, planned by Irene Foster, was enjoyed by the
girls in March.
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Fritch, Donald, Hoffman, Gibson, Pres., Spring
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ARSHALL HOUSE under the excellent supervision of Mr. lviunsell has maintained
its reputation and has had a very successful year. Marshall House was very sorry
to lose the services of Mr. Holmes, who was director of intrafmural athletics. However,
Mr. Catherman took over the coaching with the result that an inexperienced football
team won third place. The swimming team won the championship, with Bob Doran and
Fred Finsterwald starring. The track team kept up the good work by placing second. In
basketball Mzirshall House was very successful, placing four teams in the play-offs. The
QA team reached the finals but was eliminated in the championship game. The tenth
grade team won the school championship. Therefore, the house has hopes of retaining
the intrafmural house shield which it has held for the last four years.
The Marshall House debating team composed of David Garrison, Marshall Glaser,
Fred Gollbach, David Habif, David Hall, and Albert Friedman and coached by Mrs.
Bovill and Miss Lehman, qualified for the semiffinals.
The house is well represented on the school teams: Edward Downs on the debating
team, Robley Dunning, jack Fundis, Charles Golinske and Harold Heyden on the football
team, Fred Gruezke and Thad Dennis on the track team, Max Gurman, William Hammer
and David Garrison on the tennis team, Otto Gutowsky on the basketball team,
Raymon Goetzke and Frank Gregcr, golf team, John Hammer, president of the student
council and Max Gurman on the Coltfliditor.
The social event of the year was a dance with joan of Arc House. This was made possible
through the efforts of the social committees of the two houses.
Guy. Pres.. Fall, Mr. Munsell, Hammer, Pres.. Spring
Dennis, Dunning, Garrison, Gross
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BIETSY ROSS II-IIUIUSIE
ETSY ROSS was able to accomplish much during the past year, not only because of
the cofoperation of all its members, but because of the untiring efforts of Miss Vera
Fox. The possession of the coveted scholarship cup during the fall term is evidence of this
Betsy Ross also had her full share of honors in the athletic Held. The house hockey team
and the second basketball team won the girl's championships, while the Hrst team lost the
championship by a narrow margin. The graderoom is proud of its many athletes on school
teams: Bessie MacCracken, captain of the girls' hockey team, and Viola jones and jose'
phine Lake, players, Margaret Mary Love, captain of the school golf teamg and Ruth
Kurtz and Jennie Irwin, outstanding members of the swimming team.
Dorothy Irwin, besides being chairman of the house debating team, has consoled the
house for its loss of the debating cup by her splendid work on the school debating team.
Several awards found their way to Betsy Ross, the attendance medal going to Irene jonesg
the scholarship medal to Harriet Jennings, and the third prize in Vanity Farr to Florence
McMann. The most notable achievement of the house committee is the acquisition of a
beautiful reproduction, The Student, by Rembrant. The social events included a 9B'12A
and a theatre party given for the 12A's by the 12B's.
Jennings, Pres., Fallg Miss Foxg Kurtz, Spring.
Love, MacCracken, Irwin, Koontz
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HIS year Roosevelt House held up the high standards which have become traditional
under the leadership of Mr. Jerome. In football Roosevelt, of course, won first place,
although, by bad luck, it took only third in track and fourth in swimming. Making up its
losses, Roosevelt then took a strong second place in basketball. The teams were ably coached
lay Mr. Maas, assisted by Mr. VanDyke, who was unable to devote his full time to the
house because of his injured back.
Roosevelt contributed six stars to varsity football, George Huber, Bud Kyes, George
Kinneunen, Floyd Johnson, William McClintock and Dan Lysett. To varsity basketball
the house yielded Lafollet Leckner and Fred Jacobs. both high point men in several games.
To varsity swimming Roosevelt gave Chuck McKinley, and to varsity track Captain
Wesley Hurd, Norman Lawton, David Logan, Noel Maxam and George Huber. Roosef
velt Debating Team came very close to getting into the semiffinals. However, in a special
debate, Mount Vernon defeated the Roosevelt debaters. Both Lindsay and Litchfield
were on the allfhouse team, which testihes to the calibre of Roosevelt debaters. Kenneth
Jewel was chairman.
Members of Roosevelt House were active in other school affairs. Wesley Hurd was
president of the June graduating class. Noel Maxam was the very romantic Prnice Gervase
of The Romantic Age. Kenneth Jewel and Goddard Light took part in the opera Serenade.
Hurd, Pres. fallg Mr. Jerome, spring
Huber, Kunkle, Jewell, Johnson
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LARA BARTON has been greatly handicapped during the past year by changes
fmade in the grade rcom principals. Miss Dorothy Roehm had been principal for
one year when, at the beginning of the spring semester, she was transferred to Cooley
High School as head of the For eign Language department. Miss Rachel Newcomb, ofthe
Mathematics Department, look her place as house principal. Miss Doris Cline, Miss
Roehm's assistant, left in the middle of the fall term to accept a position as head of the
Girls' Placement Bureau. Miss Cline was succeeded by Miss Hildegarde Beck.
The debating teams were partially triumphant this year in their encounters. The house
is'proud of Ruth Oppenheim who gained a place on the AllfHouse Debating team. Other
members of the teams were: Rosalie Resnik and Kathryn Robinson who with Ruth
upheld the negative side, and Bettina Rightmire, Harriet Roberts, and Ruth Rabinowit:
who upheld the affirmative.
The bowling championship banner has a prcrninent place in the graderoom. The winning
team was composed of the following girls: Hazel Samuel, Gladys Panton, Marjorie Sell'
man, Irene Sary, Grace Schmidt, Esther Meyers, Helen Rabe, Eva Rockwell, Dorothy
Prior, and Anne Pareimsky. With the exception of a QB "Get Acquainted Party" sponf
sored by the seniors, there have been no large social gatherings. Lorraine Salot represented
Northwestern in the National High School Orchestra. Phyllis Norton and -lane Saunders
were chosen as R. O. T. C. sponsors.
Saunders, Pres., Fallg Miss Rhoemg Sanderson, Pres.. Spring.
Murray, Myers, Petersen, Norton
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UNDER the excellent leadership of Phil Schaupner and Don Sawyer and with the
guiding hand of Mr. Sickley, Wilson House has completed a successful year. Wilson
House is rightfully proud of its athletic record which was due to the house spirit and the
expert coaching of Mr. Bishop and Mr. Weaver. In spite of the poor start in football,
james Rickard and Hughes Peterson were named on the AllfHouse team. In swimming
Wilson House was close on the heels of the leaders, taking third place. Fred Mueller,
Myron Rosenthal and Noble Peckham showed up well. In track, Wilson House placed
high in both lightweight and heavyweight events. Raymond Roe and Earl Rheaume
starred in their events. Wilson House qualified two teams in the basketball playfotfs.
The debating team, composed of Bruff Olin, Maurice Rothstein, Gerald Phelan, Royal
Peake, Milton Rabinowitz and George Perry won the championship by defeating the
,lane Austen team. The coaches, Mr. Hulbert and Mr. Watkins, as well as the members
of the team, deserve much credit for their success.
Wilson House has also maintained a high standard of scholarship. The house has been
well represented on the varsity teams: Vaughan Pierce, Phil Schaupner, and Richard
Palm on the football squad, Hugh Rea, Tony Rachlin and Dolphus Nelson on the basket'
ball team, Earl Rheaume on the Cross country team, and Raymond Roe, Sidney Moore
on the track team.
Schaupner, Pres., Fallg Mr. Sickleyg Sawyer, Pres.. Spring.
Palm, Peterson, Roe, Northrop
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HE girls of jane Austen house have once more exemplified their motto, "Nothing
Great Was Ever Achieved Without Enthusiasm," by their achievement during the
past year under the capable guidance of Mrs. Watson. Ethel Sm th, captain, with Eileen
Wood, Louise Simms, Betty Tinsely, Fannie Wexler and Bertha Waggenheim, successfully
defended the basketball championship, while the Erst three placed on the AllfHouse team.
Moreover, jane Austen placed Louise Simms, Suzzanne Sh:nk and Muir Williams on the
school basketball team: Eileen Wood, Muir Williams and Margaret Wickam on the hockey
teamg Ethel Smith, Eileen Wood, Georgia Waters and Louise Shafer on the swimming team.
The house has been exceptionally fortunate in debating this year. Besides having Ro'
berta Thompson on the school team, the house team, composed of Dorothy Tryon, Sylvia
Sorola and Reunelle White, Negative, and Maefred Sheppard, Martha Wolski and Eliza'
beth Trattner, Affirmative, with Madeline Wohlgemuth, chairman, and ably coached by
Miss Covey and Mr. Keenan, brought the silver plaque to the house by being runnerfup
Socially the year has been very successful. One party was given for all new members
and house officersg later a I2B'I2A party was given, and also a 12A Mother and Daughter
tea. The jane Austen girls have continued their policy of service by donating a drinking
fountain to the school which was designed in the art department by jane Austen students.
Wood, Pres., Fallg Mrs. Watson, Smith, Pres., Spring,
Thompson, Van Dyke, Tackabury, Stewart
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IN LINCOLN HOUSE, when some team has won, they are wont to say, 'LOpen the
windows, now YELL, so Marshall can hear." There were plenty of occasions for this
during the past year. Lincoln's victories made the house second in house football,
second in house basketball, and first in house swimming, and first in house track. This
superiority was due equally to the excellent coaching of Mr. Schwall and to the inherent
talent of Lincoln House men. The house debate team met with difliculties, but its only
veteran, Stanley Taylor, won a place of glory on the allfhouse team. Robert Ward was
chairman, and Mr. Sisson, Mr. Addington and Mr. Dean coached the team.
The remarkable feature of the year was the ardor with which S. Velick and D. Willie
made the Lincoln House AntifVice Association and Society for the Prevention of Home'
work an important factor in school affairs. This organization Cal succeeded in reducing
the amount of homework to which Lincoln men are subjected, and Chl provided a bureau
for the dissemination of information concerning examinations.
Lincoln House boasts of the only house publication in the city, The Lincoln House
Record. This year it is being edited by Sidney Velick. In addition, the house boasts of
Harry Sieloff, captain of the football team, Willis Ward, allfcity end and holder of the
World's Interscholastic High Jump Record, and Clifford Wolfe, leading man in the 12A
play. The house grieves at the tragic death of its secretary, Robert Strickroot.
Willie, Pres., Fall, Mr. jones, Sieloff, Pres., Spring,
Talbot, Velick, Stockmeyer, Valmore
Birth sows in us some seeds that root and thrive,
And some that find dead soil. lt is but wise
To work to keep the fitter growth alive.
Yet strength-enamored youth should not despise
The slighter talents: Thoughtfdevotees should
Seek out the lifefremolding, thrilling sports
And join the full-formed, healthy brotherhood.
The bitterflipped, whose selffturned view distorts
Their weight of other men, should strive to feel
A pleasure in the human contacts free
From mental clash, for social walks conceal
A world of undreamed values and the key
To happiness. Nor is it strange men find,
As Nature meant, no growth except through kind
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RUTH OPPENHELM f ' f Assistant Editor
ROYAL PEAKE f f f Photographic Editor
ZETA LETT f ' Assistant Photographic Editor
ETHEL SMITH f
GODDARD LIGHT f
JOHN SPENCER f
DAVID SCOTT f
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EDWARD BLOSS f f Business Manager
HARRIET Hxclcs f
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MARY MISCHNIEWICZ f f Secretary
MARTHA WALSKI f Typist
ELEANOR PIOCH - f f f Typist
Advisors-Miss HUGHES, Miss GUENTHER, MR.
STOLL, MR. BOLTZ.
Art Staff-HALDAIN GRESEY, DORIS STEWART,
JUANITA CRIPE, DOROTHY PULVER, CECILE SALWAY,
RUTH VICSTBIN, RUTH SAss, BERYLE LESLIE, WILLIAM
POWRIE, PHYLLIS DOOLEY, ALEX KRIEGER, WILLIAM
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SIDNEY VELICK EDWARD BLOSS
The Noawssraa has always been the
wandering waif of the school. Without a
continuous staff, without a permanent
oliice, it has been deprived of the pleasure
of heirlooms and traditions. This year,
the Noizwesnm has carried on business
in an exfchemistry lecture room that is
fitted with running water to moisten
postage stamps and gas for abused and
shop worn editors. Fifteen years ago when
the Noawasrak was founded, the main
purpose was to encourage nascent literary
talent. When the Odds and Ends and Colt
took over the literary side, the Non'
WESTER began striving to present a pic'
torial record of the year's activities. The
only year that the Noawnsreiz failed to
appear was in IQI8 when war conditions
made publication impossible. This year
the staff was completely reorganized. It
had already gone through several stages
of development. The number of members
was cut down to a minimum, every possf
ible merging of positions was made. As
a result, the staff members were more eiiif
cient and at the same time were in closer
contact with the general progress of the
work than in previous years. In addition
to the change in staff, Miss Anna May
Hughes became the new faculty advisor.
Mr. Carl Stoll, Miss Florecne Guenther
and Mr. Boltz continued their positions
as advisors of business and art respectively.
First Row: Wolski, Lett, Spencer, Oppenheim, Velick, Peerbolte, Bloss, Tryon, Wood. Second Row: Hicks:
Michniewicz, Kaplan, Smith, Scott, Pioch, Peake, Stewart, Light. Third Row: Miss Guenther, Mr. Stoll, Miss
Brasie, Mr. Boltz, Miss Hughes.
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Edimr Fall 'Term
It is in the glossy pages of the Odds and
Ends that Northwesterns budding young
authors first break into print. The stories,
essays, and poems of the Odds and Ends
have entertained a vast reading public for
seven years. Every issue since the first
in iozg, has shown improvement. In januf
ary, io27, Miss Edith Tilton took the
faculty helm and swiftly guided the magaf
:ine into national prominence. This year
the Odds and Ends calmly annexed an All'
American rating as one of the four best
high school literary magazines in the
United States. The Odds and Ends is
ODDS and ENDS
now the mecca of good English students.
It publishes everything from travel arf
ticles to epigrams. In times of prosperity
and literary activity it vaunts seventyf
two pages, and in normal times it averages
around forty-eight pages. A large stall'
of high pressure salesmen infest Detroit
business circles for advertising. More
salesmen impress upon the school the inf
trinsic merit of the magazine. The Odds
and Ends oiiice is a veritable hive of acf
tivity. Proof readers, copy readers, typists,
department editors, business managers,
and faculty advisors vie with each other
in work accomplished.
Firxt Row: McDonald, Kirby, Riekse, MacClaren, Stockwell, Maxam, Tilton, Ayers, Huber. Doerr. Koit,
Filbee, Howard. Second Row: Katz, Outland, Tashjian, just, Clark, Smith, Logan, Velick, Lepper, Hoey.
Douglas, Barfnecht, Kehring. Third Row: Miss Tilton, Wolfe, Tozer, Stevens, Hill, Waterbor, Blum, Irwin.
Brown, Brown, Cole, Webster, Elder, Raimi, Mr. Boltz. Fourth Row: Leitert, Leipman. Blackstock, Freeman.
Plummer, Bloom, Lee, Waterman, Currie, Thompson, Soeder, Garrison. Fifth Row: Share, Couyoumjian.
Bielfield, Krehl, Herron, Strandell, Siebuska, jull, Blake, Annan, Ried, Battenfeld.
Gurntan. Fall Term Ferguson Grikschcit, Spring Tenn Anderson
THE COLT STAFF
This winter, at the annual meeting of
the Columbia Scholastic Press Association,
the Colt, Northwesterifs bifweekly news'
paper, was awarded first place, class A,
in the national contest. The award was
the climax of a period of intensive develop-
ment and innovation. The first issue of the
Colt was published in 1917. The first
staff consisted of only six members. The
alumni, as well as the student body, was
urged to contribute to the paper. As time
went on, the Colt improved steadily in
quality and size. For several years it had
been close to an All-American rating.
Then in the:Fall of this year a change was
made. The paper was put into the hands
of the journalism class, who accomplished
the cherished ambitions of the past. The
new Colt contained enough personal
columns of good natured nonsense to
please the most exacting student body.
Ralph Frank's cartoons graced the feature
page. Under "Mushy" Gurman and Mar'
garet Ferguson during the first semester,
and under Alice Steele, Gilbert Anderson
and Emma Grikscheit the second semester,
the eaglefeyed, repertorial staff allowed
nothing to escape it during the school year.
First Row: Tainsh, Steele, Anderson, Salot, Frank, Ferguson, Gurman, Donner, Lake, Meth, Wright, Brandt
Second Row. Mr, Keenan, Miss Dunnigan, Taylor. Stockwell, Shearer, Stockmeyer, Braconier, Grikschcit
Higgs, Cary, Downey. Miss Guenther. 'Third Row: Hanelin, Durr, Bills, Friedman, Hansen, Tromlcy, Hatten
Hcusinger, Hinds, Goldberg, Colbridge.
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ORTHWESTERNS Student Counf
cil is made up of grade room repref
sentatives, who were formally installed in
office at a newly instituted service this fall.
One of their lirst activities each semester is
the management of the Used Book Store and
again in the middle of the semester English
Classics are sold. The Student Council
Dances are always enthusiastically at-
tended by the student body. The 9 B's
are welcomed and oriented to North'
western through the o B Mixer, sponsored
by the Council who present the school
activities to the bewildered freshmen. An
all activity bulletin hoard which was pref
sented by the Girls' Afhliated Club is
kept upftofdate by this group also. The
Red and Gray Hand Book, an endless
service of information, is its yearly publif
cation. As the Council aims to further
every worthy phase of school life, it en-
courages athletics through the sale of
season tickets for the football and basket'
ball seasons. The Northwestern banners
are another undertaking that helped to
create school spirit. It also sponsors a
club merchandise sale. In order that it
may come into more intimate contact with
the student body suggestion boxes are
placed about the school and on certain
days a council member may be inter'
viewed in the halls. Through the council
Northwestern was one of the first schools
of the city to cofoperate with the Detroit
News in its Reforestation program for
Michigan, by contributing Sioo.oo. Schof
larship is further rewarded by a special
cum laude seal for the honor diplomas,
while further recognition is given to allf
round students who are chosen as celebs
by the council.
Fmt Row: M, Hedgecock, D. Garrison, J. Orians, L. Kelley, M. Cornwell, VicefPres., C. Courville, Pres.
Lysett, Sec., D. just, Treas., H. Shearer, R. Stickroot. Second Row: Mr. Porter, E. Spencer, j. Hammer,
H. O'Day, N. Peckham j. Cadwell, K. Berkaw, F. Gee, Miss Alley. Third Row: A. Ford. W. Ways,
-I. Gray, V. Pierce, T. Mitter, A. Milligan, E. Brown. Fourth Row: W. Chamberlain,
E, King, H. Wells, D. Stewart, H. Patton.
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HALL OF FAME ig' TUNE 1192.9
First Row: jean Kreg, Amicig john Campbell. HifYfKee-wghfkeeg Annette Rudolphi. Greek, Maxine West,
Norwesterg Garnet Waggoner, Alice Freeman Palmer, Winston Hill. HifYfGray, Betty Phillips, Home Science.
Second Row: Lorena Renshaw, Caryaditesg Jeanette Seeker, G. A. C., Helen Hilhorn. Alcottg Kenneth Hart'
well, Lister and Hi-Y-Red, Hildegarde Orwick. Sodalesg Louis Doerr, PrefMedics, Dorothy Cook, Forum,
Thelma Mitter, Girls' Business Club, Olga Trattner, French. Third Row: jack Peckham, "N", Virginia Flemf
ming, Spanish Club, Robert Lake, Colt: Corrine Tilton, Odds and Ends, Marshall Glaser, Socii
Romanig jack Baldwin. HifYfWaneagag Edward Berg, HifYfBlueg Carolyn Murdock,
Maude Roydeng Noel Maxam, Student Council.
Membership in Northwestern High
School's Honorary Society, The Hall of
Fame, is the greatest honor that can be
conferred upon students engaged in the
activities of the school organizations.
Each organization is entitled to nominate
every semester a member who has main'
tained a high scholarship rating, and has
made an outstanding contribution to both
the club and school affairs.
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First Row: Elizabeth Trattner, Art, Bessie Doig. Herodotusg Dorothy Wells. Forumg Robert Thompson, Hi-
YfRed, Mary .lane Koontz. G, A. C., Charles Rogers, Lister and HifYfGraygGrace Woodley. Maude Roydeng jean
Zander, Alcott, Alma Harbican, Alice Freeman Palmer. Second Row: Kathryn Lake, Caryatidesg Irene Jonas,
French, jack Kaplan. Pre-Medicsg jean Freemyer, Sodalesg Margaret Sherman, Biosg Margaret Ferguson Coltg
Robert Chapin. Socii Romani, Erna Lysett. Student Council. 'Third Row: Sidney Velick, Norwester, Marjorie
Hedgcock, Amicig Williaim Filbee, Odds and Ends, Elise Humphrey, Home Scienceg Robert Wessels, HifYfBlue,
Marion Stotz, Greek. Not m Picture: Robert Hill, jefferson, Harold Rossano, Spanish, Phillip Schizupner,
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series. Formality in delivery
the outstanding characteristic
judges used it as the basis for
decisions. Both losses were to
or less informally: and the decididing factor was the
temperament of the judges.
Northwestern, with thirteen points to its credit,
won the city debate series but the title was waived
because the one point margin over six other Detroit
teams was not considered sufhcient. The subject of
debate throughout the season was: "Resolved that a
judge or a board of judges should be substituted for
the jury in all trials in the state and municipal courts
of Michigan." The teams engaged in ten debates
and lost only two of them: to Central early in
the city series and to Clawson later in the state
and organization was
of the team and the
most of the favorable
teams that spoke more
Northwestern entered the state series as one of the
64 seheols left of the original 265. There were seven
regular debaters during the first half of the season
nda no two teams were exactly alike. Roberta Thomp-
son, Glen Howell, William Beeman and William
Mouser graduated with the january class, leaving
only three debaters, Dorothy Irwin, Edward Downs
and Charles Rogers to bear the brunt of the six state
elimfnations. Although the three survivors had never
cebated together before, the critic judge, Professor
SUMMARY fCITY SERIES
Proposition: Resolved, That a judge, or Board of
judges, Should be Substituted for the jury in all
Trials in the State and Municipal Courts of Michigan.
Nov. 8nNorthwestern neg.: Redford aff. e-won.
Team: R. Thompson, E. Downs, W. Beeman.
Nov. 22 -,Northwestern neg.: Hamtramck aff.
won. Team: D. Irwin, E. Downs, W. Beeman.
Dec. 6eNorthwestern aff.g Central neg. lost.
Team: W. Mouser, G. Howell, C. Rogers.
Dec. 2O7NOfthWESCCfD aff., Norhern neg. won.
Team: W. Beeman, G. Howell, C. Rogers.
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P. H. Scott, gave them the decision over Pontiac on
February 14. In two weeks time the team shifted to
the negative and defeated Flint Northern. Mr.
Melvin P. Hart awarded the decision. Having demf
onstrated its ability to win both sides of the argu-
ment, the team assumed the affirmative side again,
and beat St. Anthony, the state parochial champions.
On April 11, Cheboygan, last year's state champions
came down to Detroit and went home with a 3 to o
defeat. Prof. J. K. Pollock, Principal F. HI. DuFrain,
and Superintendent M. R. Keyworth were the judges
The state final debate was held at Hill Auditorium,
Ann Arbor, on April 25. Clawson upheld the negaf
tive side and was given the decision by the judges.
As a result of the state series, Northwestern won its
fourth Free Press wall plaque and its second state
finalist trophy. Dorothy Irwin, Charles Rogers and
Edward Downs received watches from the Detroit
Free Press as testimonials of individual merit in def
baring. A victory over Clawson would have made
Northwestern the first school to win the state debating
championship twice. Edward Downs will be back nexJ
year to form the nucleus of a team. Mrs. Ruth Huston
Vvlhipple who has coached most of Northwesterifs
successful debating will coach the team next year.
Team fD. Irwin, C. Rogers, E. Downs
Sante Proposition as in City Series
Feb. 14' eNorthwestern aff., Pontiac negwwon.
Feb. :SH Northwestern neg.: Flint Northern affi-
Northwestern aff., Detroit Northern
Northwestern aff., St. Antnony neg: H
April ii Northwestern aff., Cheboygan neg.--M
April 27 fNorthwestern aff., Clawson negilost.
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ORTHWESTERN'S local oratorical contest was held early in March, logo. Out
of six contestants Royal Peake was awarded first place for his oration on "The Meri'
ace of War." Chalmers Ayers, who spoke on the "Life of Theodore Roosevelt" took second
place. In the sub-district contest at Redford, Royal Peake was defeated.
The local declamation contest for ninth and tenth graders was also held early in Mzirch.
There were forty entrants. After three elimination contests, Gordon Shapiro, who def
claimed Wendell Phillips', "Touissaint L'Overture" was awarded first place. Second honors
went to Beatrice Oppenheim. In the suhfdistrict contest, Cooley High School took first
place. Owing to a misunderstanding there was no extemporaneous speaking contest held.
Northwestern's last oratorical victory was in 1925 when Earl Gremmel won the city chamf
pionship and placed third in state competition. No Detroit speaker has reached state
competition since then.
This year Northwestern continued its series of victories in the state chemistry Essay
Contest when Sidney Velick and Harriet Jennings won first and second place respectively,
the verdict having been vicefversa the preceding year. In the Trafhc Essay Contest
sponsored by the Detroit Police Department, Roberta Stockwell won second place in
city wide competition.
Royal Peake, Harriet Jennings, Sidney Velick
Beatrice Oppenheim, Gordon Shapiro. Roberta Stockwell
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JANE AUSTEN WILSON
First Row: Trattner, White, Shepherd, Tryon First Row: Olin. Peake, Rothstein. Second Row:
Second Row: Wolski, Mr. Keenan, Sorola, Miss Mr. Hulbert, Rahinowitz, Phelan, Mr. Watkins
The annual inter-house debating competition was conducted by Miss Waggoner. The
question for debates was "Resolved that the United States should adopt a policiy of free'
trade." As a result of the preliminary contests, Wilson, jane Austen, Marshall and Mount
Vernon competed in the semifinals, Wilson and jane Austen tied in the Hnals, the decision
going to Wilson House, because of its previous record, the first boys' house to win the
honor. Presentation of awards was made at the Debating Banquet.
jean Brown Mr. Markley-Coach
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Dorothy E. Cook
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First Row: Miss jaehnig, Plummer, Doub, Saunders, Treasg Porter, Sec., Hoffman, Pres., Zander, Vice'
Pres., Stewart, Cor. Sec., Howey, Wood, Wright, Miss Wiley. Second Row: Clements, Edwards, Saunders,
Dant, Lett, Woolfenden, Steele, Resnick, Waggoner, McCarter, Hilborn, Mitchell. Tl-md Row: Gool, Graham,
Truhn, Norton, Pioch, jones, DeCou, Pierce, Kothe, Braconier, Murray. Fourth Row: Cook, Runyan, Waters,
Campbell, Rightmire, Crispen, Huesinger, Woodley, Ortwinc, Emig,
The Alcott Club strives to promote
scholarship, leadership and friendship.
Each semester Alcott awards two scholar'
ship medals, one to the girl in the graduatf
ing class who has maintained the highest
scholastic record throughout her high
school careerg the other to the club mem'
ber who has the highest scholastic rating
for the semester.
The Alice Freeman Palmer Club was
organized in 1025 for junior girls, the
object being to develop character and
to promote service and loyalty. An
outstanding achievement was the pref
sentation of a picture to the school.
They also have contributed money for
the Miller Book Nook and baskets of
food to needy families.
ALICE EREEMAN PALMER
First Row: Shafer, Treas.g Bertram, Merrel, Sec., Harbican, Corr. Sec., Petoskey, Sec., Gee, Pres., King,
Pres.g VanDyke, VicefPres.g Corr. Sec., Phillips, VicefPres., Rooks. Holiday, Treasg Bouker, Second Row.
Miss Hughes, Eniex, Howes, Wiet, Spencer, Phelps, Berak, McGarvah. Hoyden, Frost, Warrick. Mrs, Bauer
Third Row: Angnve, Allen, Brown, Morrin, Kling, Johnstone, Fundis, Barnett, Kohort, Schwartz.
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Fwxr Row: Lepper. Lysett, Sec., Hansen, Treas.g Trattner, Sec.: Martens, VicefPres.g Hotten, Pres.:
Frank, Sass, Comiskey. Second Row: Mr. Boltz, Talbot, Litvinoff, Bloss, Litvinotf, Dooley, Dale, Miss
Guenther. Third Row: Blake, Frankford, Wood, Forney, Tager, Stewart. Hopkins.
The Art Club was organized to further
an interest in art. To this end the mem'
bers give an annual bazaar, attend exhi-
bits, have lectures by outside speakers,
and enjoy numerous social events. The
Club also contributes material to the Art
The Amici Club promotes scholarship,
participates in many social activities, and
tries to live up to its motto "Deeds, not
Words." The greatest achievement this
yearwas the sale of Northwestern Seals. The
club also gives a medal each semester to the
graduate with the most perfect attendance.
First Raw: Shearer, Tre.is.g Fritch, VicefPres.g Kurtz, Sec.g Jennings, VicefPres.g Gamborg, Pres.,
Cornwell, Secg MacDonald, Corr. Sec.g Brown. MacDonald. Second Row: Herron, Young, Clark,
Dinwiddie. Donald. Rensliaw, Sutherland, Waterbor, King. Third Row' Demerest, Hodges,
Grikscheit, lviacCracken, Hawke, Panton, Lake.
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First Row' Hancock, Snay, Spencer. Hoffman, VicefPres.g Sherman, Pres.g Mr. Hollinger, Tager, Pres., Hill.
Cordola, Trcas.g Spencer, Second Row: Carlen, Zimmerman, Porter, Tager. Gerken, Soper. Korinek, Men'
ninger, Somers. Third Row: Fleming, Berger, Kilpatrick, Reuss, Schang. Reuss
The Bios Club is composed of students
interested in science of life. They pro'
mote sociability and a deeper interest in
health and plant and animal life. This is
accomplished through discussions, held
at the club's meetings, of different topics
of biological interest and through trips
which have been taken to Belle Isle, River
Rouge Park and Parke Davis Plant.
The boys' quartette and girls' trio have
assisted jointly on many programs about
Northwestern. They have also, upon ref
quest, sung for various organizations not
connected with the school The boys'
quartette received Honorable Mentioii
in the Vanity Fan competition and sang
at the january commencement banquet.
Three of the members are jun: graduates.
BUYS AND GllRlL'S QUARTETTS
Fmt Rowg Davenport, Beasley, Kiefer, Stirling. Second Row: Light, Stradley, Brown, Jewell
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First Row: johnson, Mitchell, Taylor, VicefPres.g Merckle, Treas.g Malone, Pres., Sec., Lake, Pres., Lerchen,
Jewell, Vice-Pres., Koontz, Sec.g Hampshire. Second Row: Mosser, Bossardette, Moore, Kehrig, Blumner,
Platz, Lawson, Cogsdill, Keller. Third Row: Lewis, Barnes, Jackson, Shearer, Renshaw, Lask,
Saunders, Zimmerman, Knight.
The Caryatides, a Girl Reserve Club,
derived its name from the Greek Maidens
on the Acropolis, who were known for
"Cheerfully Serving." Striving to live up
to this ideal they have as their aim to
"face life squarely," and as their slogan,
"to find and give the the best." Cariatif
dies works with the Maude Roydon Club.
The activities of the Forum club during
the past year include three museum trips,
and interesting travel talks during club
meetings. Five speakers have been sponf
sored for auditorium gatherings including
judge Guy A. Miller and Prof. Frank
Kemmer.Nine books have been given to the
Miller Book Nook which the club sponsors.
First Row: Cameron, Scott, Pres., Wells, Snyder, Par., Cook, Sec., VicefPres.g Bay, Pres., Compton, Vice'
Pres.g Cooper, Treas.g Dawson, MacClaren, Treas.g Miss Finn. Second Row: Baird, Tilton, Bloss, Smith,
Mitchell, Butler, Husinger, Bay, Zander, Peckham, MacDonald. 'Third Row: Strichroot, Witter, Reule, Mit-
chell, Hockenberry, Bishop, Wells, Par., Wells, Owen, MacDonald, Sec., Pres.
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G. A. C.
First Row: Irvine, Skeel, Treas.g Lee, Sec., Dukes, Pres.g Lee. Ferguson, lnterfCluh Repg Murdock. Sermid
Row: jones, Martens, Thompson, Durr, Wziger, Trombley, Thornburg. Tliirrl Row: Johnston, McLaren,
McLaren, Gibson. Freeman, Heal, Hill. Not Present: Koontz. Pres., Baird, VicefPres.g Cameron. Sec.g Wells.
Girls' Afiiliated Club, a branch of the
Young Womens .Christian Association,
has for its purpose "To find and give the
best." One of the club's recent contribu-
tions has been a splendid bulletin board
for the Northwestern Building. Each
spring a mother and daughter banquet for
the entire school is sponsored by the club.
The Girls' Athletic Association strives
to promote the general students health
interests, and provides and encourages
means of participation in some form of
sport for every girl. An administrative
board, consisting of officers and house
representatives, plans the social and athletic
program and aims to further the purposes
of the organization throughout the school.
G. A. A.
First Row: Knight, Fritch, Kurtz, Treas.g Irwin, Sec., Gibson, Presg McCracken, Phillips, Second Row:
Wilson, Dale. Love, Samuel, Braconier, Miss Hardy. 'Third Row: jones, Smith, Flynn, Hawke, Burgess.
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Fmt Row: right, Sec.. Treats., Bleming, Sec., Treasg Stotz, VicefPres.g Ferguson. Pres., Blum. l res.g Tozer,
Vice-llresg Orwick. Smmd Row: Friedman, Shipley, Beamer, Meyer. Elliott. Third Row: Wyatt, Rosenleld,
The Kaloi Kai Agathoi, better known
to nonfmembers as the Greek Club, was
organized for the purpose of increasing the
knowledge of Greek Literature and Art.
Interfclub scholarship is promoted by a
gavel awarded each semester to the or-
gaznization showing the greatest scholastic
The Herodotus Club is an organization
of students, who are interested in History.
Its purpose is to stimulate and maintain
interest in the subject. History reports,
trips to the museum, and discussions make
the meetings hoth interesting and enter'
First Row: Brodcr. Brown, Sec., Doig, Pres., Bounker, Gamar. Second Row: McCormick, Hendrickson,
Snyder. Vice-Pres., Wild. Wiillich, Treas.
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Firxt Raw: Wocliler, Davenport, Dinwiddie, Secq Mitchell, VicefPrcs.g Ireland, Presg Drury. Serrmd Rnwi
Dean, Hurston, Hill, Terry, Stuckey.
The KeefW1ihfKee and Wziiiezigzi junior
chapters of the HifY are composed of
ninth and tenth graders. The purpose of
hoth clubs is uto create, maintain and ex'
tend throughout the school and com'
munity the high standards of Christian
First Row: Phillips, Stewart, Giesey, Bailey, Baldwin, Taylor. Second Row: Armstrong, Leitcrt, Snodgrass,
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H11-Y GRAY CHAPTER
First Row: Heydon, Treas., Hammer, Sec., Hotten, VicefPres.g Rogers, Pres., Frank, Pres., Sec., Hammer,
Trcas., ViccfPres., Maxam, M. Benson. Second Row: Peake, Sawyer, Olsen, Martin, Hebert, Finsterwald,
Micheals. Tlimi Row: Harris, Martin, Plamer, Hansen, Brant, Nichols,
The Red, Grey and Blue chapters of the
HifY Club of Northwestern have worked
together in their various activities. In the
past year they have taken over the business
of both of the 12A plays, the opera and
Vanity Farr, the allfschool musical comedy,
all of them successfully.
The Hi-Y's work as business managers
consisted mainly of administering the seat
reservations and managing the box office.
Outside of school they have ushered at
graduation exercises, have held a party for
for underprivileged boys, providing many
of them with clothing.
ll-llll ,Y RED CHAPTER
First Row: Chapin, Wicgand, Swan, Taylor, Sec , Ward, Sec.. VicefPres., Bloss, Vice-Pres., Pres., Thomp-
son, Pres., Ghent, Treas., jull, Hockenberry, Doerr, Mouser. Second Row: Eaman, Cogsdill, Blake, Donner,
Chew, Brown, Bouhlcer, Mr. Porter, Bleimeister, Sawyer, Mody.
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Hll 'Y BLUE CHAPTER
First Row: Bergin. MacClaren. Harris, Crawford, Treasg Scott. Vice-Pres.. Pres., Cooper. Pres.. Wessels,
Sec., Berkaw, Courville, Boden. Second Row: Hurd, Mitchell, Brockway. Treasg Parrot. Peckham, VicefPres.g
Bay. Wells. Mr. Keenan. Gutowsky. Third Row: Snyder. Campbell, Meier, Burnham.
Bertram, Persons. Wzilker, Stefanie.
During Lent the three HifY chapters co'
operated in managing Sunday afternoon
Forums at the Y. M. C. A., and ushered
during Good Friday services at the Grand
Riviera Theater. Social gatherings have inf
cluded parties with the girls' clubs: Amicii,
Alcott and the Girls' Affiliated Club.
The Home Science Club derives much
enjoyment in preparing and serving at
various teas, luncheons and banquets
about school. A Mothers' Tea and a fare'
well party for the 12A members are other
activities of the group, under the guidf
ance of the Misses Emmons and Strickland.
HOME SCllENCE CLUB
First Row: Connelly, Foley, Corr. Sec., Scully, Phillips, Baxter. Vice-Pres., Treasg Humphrey, Pres., Camp-
bell, Rec. Sec.. Corr. Sec., Dunn, Treasg Falk, Fleming, Barnes, VicefPres. Second Row: Miss Emmons, Cram'
ton, Bloom, Howe. Mills, Draschner, jane, Corr. Sec.g Flory, Miss Strickland. Third Row' Woodhead. Burke,
Blomheld, Lee. Endter. Welling, Koehler, Rockwell.
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slIEElFlFlERSON DEBATTNG CLUB
First Row: Howe, Sec.fTreas., Greenwald, Karp, Treas.-Sec., Malone, VicefPres,, Litchfield, Pres., Brown,
Pang Hill, Sec.fPrcs.g Oppenhcim, Richards, Eneix. Second Row: Guest, Drury, VicefPres.g Mosser. -Iohlen,
Mitchell, Birenholz, Schlesinger, jernes, Bidinger.
The jefferson Debating Club is the
junior dehatng club of the school. Its
purpose is "to introduce publicfspeaking
and debating to beginners". The club
offers preparation for house and school
debating and many of the members later
Le Cercle Francais is an organiziation of
students interested in the French langua ge.
This year the club dedicated a French
library in Room, 152, to the memory of
Helen Konkol, fourth president of Le
Cercle Francais, who died in August
LE CERCLE FRANCATS
First Row: Guest, Owen, Barfknecht, Treasg Jonas, Pres., Trattner, Sec.,-Pres., Oppenheeim, Vice-Pres.,
Trcas., Nikrant, Russell. Sec., Herron. Wzird. Second Row: Miss Netzorg, Olsen, Turek, Hall, Ossman, Cash,
Katcly, Urquhart, Stockwell, Miss Maloney. Third Row: Salot, Wood, Stevens, Talbot. Merrill, Waterhor,
Lysettc. Hudson. Tainsh. Duncan. Fourth Row: Schwartz, Dinwiddie. Leete.
Stocker, Comport, Branton, Miller.
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First Row: Blum, Mouser, Chase, Par.g lrwin, See., Rogers, Pres., Vicefljresg Peake, Pres.: Courvillc, Treas.g
Berkaw, Pang Jennings, VicefPres., Thompson, Sec.: Ayers, Treas. Second Row: Miss Younglove, Light, Douh,
Gamhorg, Maxam, Schwartzheek, Olin, Koontz, Brockway, Litvinolf, Mrs. Whipple. Third Row: Rightmire,
Taylor, Crispen, Thompson, Hedgcock, Lepper, Perry, Tryon, Crispen, Waggener. Fourth Row: Barfknecht,
Busha, Howell, Oppenheim, Beeman, Robinson, Downs.
Listens interest in debating has been
very evident during the past year. Teas
were served after the varsity's home def
hates to the opposing teams and the house
dehaters also were entertained. The Ser'
vice Committee assumed responsibility for
the school debating preparations.
Los Leones Espanoles interests its mem'
hers in Spanish and international affairs by
acquainting them with the life and char'
acteristics of the Spanish speaking counf
tries. These aims are attained by playing
games, presenting playlets and holding
discussionsf--all in Spanish.
LOS LEONES ESPANOLES
First Row: Wilson. Marshall, Rosen, Shepard, blull, Howey, VicefPres.g Rossano, Pres.. Treas., Hoffner,
Christensen, VicefPres.g Stevens, Lougheed. Second Row: Higgs, Hicks, Wexler, Pietkwitz. Dailey,
.I0hnston, French, Fishheck, Sorola, Batson. Third Row: Miss Moye, Runyeon, Hayes, Craig, Schlecde,
Woll'e, Murdock, Lenuerts, Kimmel, Miss Hart. Fourth Row: Hurston, Raef, Skeel. Merriam, Orians,
Brown, C'Day, Clink, Gorman. Not Present: Flemming, Pres.g Kennedy, Treas.
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First Row: Roberts, Sec., Boyd, Treasg Anderson, VicefPres.g Barron, Pres.. Treas.g Woodley, Pres., Dorsey,
Sec., Olver, Vice-Pres., Hawkins, Sarchet, Berman, Second Row: Smart, Lapp, Davies, Condon. Rice, Chockley
Sitter, Barnhart, Gewert, Cash. Third Row: Smith, Erickson, MacDonald, Allen, Shaffer,
Pfluke, Davies, Selman, Meyers.
The Maude Royden Club is a unit of
the Girl Reserves of the Young Womens
Christian Association. The motive of this
organization is to aid its members to grow
in health, knowledge and spirit, to face
life squarely and to find and give the best.
The purpose of the Girls' Business Club
is to raise the scholarship of its rrembers,
create interest in business methods and in
sozial activities. An interest in art is shown
by purchase of pictures for the school and
visits to art exhibits, potteries and the
GllRljS lBlUSllNlESS CLUB
First Row: Luke, Samuel, Holm, Sec., Pioch, VicefPres.g Flint, Pres., Manchester, Treasg Weiner, Treas.
Bills, Avedean. Second Row: Mrs. DaRatt, Worlds, Hill, Dunn, McLaren, Wilson, Turner, Hocking, Kusuare,
Micliniewicr.. Third Row: Pxirtovich, Tilley, Sheetz, Stroup, Hopkins, Wolski, Long, Kirsclienheiter, Whyte
Chapman. Fourth Row: Frxiniatis. Charbonneau, Carbarry. Rabe, Sary, Palmer, Cary, Hovvitt, Foster. Hall.
Fifth Row: Turowski, Turner, Koeppler, Somers, Shy, Hoffman, Strasdin, Wright, Lett, Musial.
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Fmt Row: Mr. MacGuiness, Beamer, Wessels, Keidan, Stobbe, Moore, Second Raw: Ward, Harris,
Bloss, Bounkcr, McGrann, Chapin, jones. Third Row: Share, Korinek, Striclcroot, Kaplan,
Bonner, Doerr, Hill, Smith.
The members of the PrefMedics Club Schiller Club was organized for the
form a group of future doctors and nurses. students of German. Features of interest
They are organized for the purpose of during the past year include various prof
bringing together students with a com' grams given in German, the presentation
mon interest to discuss advances in the of a picture to the German classroom
medical field. Numerous instructive ex' and a donation of German books to the
peditions are made to further this interest. library.
First Row: Mack, Mack, Kiefer, Norton, Gollbach, Pres., Lueckhoff, Sec., Hansen, VicefPres., Wurst, Treas.,
Meyers, Kurtz, Sec.g Eaman, Gamborg, Vice-Pres. Second Row: Radin, Keidan, Mussnig, Grikscheit, Buchman,
Schroeder, Somkin, Grether. Third Row: Smith, Walker, Bailer, Gamroth, Morrow, Hofmeistcr, Grcenhut,
Strickt. Hinz, Domkin, Mrs. Nielson. Fourth Row: Dchatz, Raicke, Elson, Pevoz, Schneider,
Draschner, Kirchenheiter. Lulko, Ruschinski, Wurst.
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First Row: Madgett. Moore. Parrott. Reed. Esser. Be
The purpose of the Science and Radio
Club is to promote an interest in Radio
and Science among the students of North'
western High School. The members are
mostly students who are interested in and
intend to take any of the engineering
courses given by the leading colleges.
Second Row: Mr. Cline, Peacock, Perkins, Mr, Wade.
Socii Romani is composed of Latin
students of all courses. The purpose of
the club is to promote interest in Roman
customs and ideas, and to more closely
unite the Latin students on a common
ground. Social gatherings are held and
charity work is done also.
First Row: Howe, Rigley, Scribus, Clazer, Redman, Consul Miiiorg Chapin, Censorg Leviant, Howie, Wright,
Consul Major, Plummer. Olmstead. Second Row: Mrs. Adams, Owen, Gibson, Chockley, Switalska, Cham'
berlann. Mothcrsill, Parrot, Leipziger, Preston. Miss Norris. 'Third Row: Barnes, Karp, Whately, Eneix, Robins,
jackson. Spencer. Brown. Mcllarvah. Fourth Row: Morin, Mansure, Warrick, jacob,
Scarborough, McCulloch. Condon.
The Sodales Club, the Senior Latin Members of the library staff render a
is i l f IMS ifsli lNlV'lIl'si-s .X
First Row: Lee, Robertson, Brown, Treas.g Scheer, Vice-Pres., Orwick, Sec., Freemyer, Pres., Switalska,
Pres., Irwin, VicefPres.g Brown, Beamer, Treas.g Steele. Second Row: Miss O'Donovan, Rosenfeld, Myers.
Stotz, Harbican, Wheeler, Hack, Smothers, Miss Cooper. Third Row: Brown, Gray, Fauber. Grabow, Trumble,
Tozcr, Hampshire, Lerchen.
Club, was organized in 1919 for the purf
pose of enabling students of Latin to bef
come better acquainted. The club pub'
lishes Audite, the foreign language magaf
zine, each semester, the proceeds of which
are used for the Sarah Sheehan loan fund.
service to the school by assisting the li'
brarians, teachers and pupils, as well as
acquiring a prefvocational training in li'
brary practices. Only pupils of satisfacf
tory scholarship and citizenship are eligible
for staff work.
First Row: Gregory, Lapp. Miss Winton, Crandall, Grant, Hurvich. Mather, Keidcn. Hicks. Birenholz,
Miss Philbrick. Second Row: Micholns. Brown. Ellas, Miller, Compton. Miss Meston, Cook. Hurston. Finley,
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First Row: Gidlow. Parrott, Trcasg McCormick, Sec.: Gregor, Pres.g Weiner, Garrison. Wardrop. Second
Row: Barr, Mitrin, Moore, Seaver, Zimmerman, Hockenbrocht, Wheeler. Third Row: johnson, Shier, Buelick,
Miller. lvlaine, Lipsitz, Lareau.
The Globe Trotters' Club was an or'
ganization which flourished for a short
time at Northwestern High School in
ioi8. It was revived this semester under
the direction of the Natural Science Def
partment. The purpose of the club is to
sponsor field trips and to bring speakers
to Northwestern High School to speak on
The stage crew put in a season of un'
usual activity this year. It designed and
prepared the setting for eight onefact
plays, two elaborate threefact plays prof
duced by the Senior Class, Vanity Fair
and the opera. In addition it managed the
lighting and made all necessary scenery
changes for every performance.
First Row: Reed. Robinson, Kerns, Maine. Second Row: Mr. Cline, Mr. Bolt:
RESERVED OIFIFIICERS TRAINING CORPS
NLY Kipling could properly describe
and appreciate the R. O. T. C. Anyf
one who has heard the snapping, staccato
commands and has seen the prompt, inf
telligent obedience cannot doubt the value
of the R. O. T. C. The R. O. T. C. was
organized in ioio. It was created with the
purpose of giving students fine carriage
and- good physique. Two years' intensive
training whips the men into fine military
form. The Northwestern Unit has won
national honors repeatedly, and is one of
Detroit's best groups. The Unit always
makes a fine showing on the Field Day,
held annually, when the nine units of the
city vie for rating as City Honor High
School. This excellence is due, not to
luck, but to the fine spirit of the men, the
work of their ofhcers, and the ability of
their instructor. The most credit is due
to Sergeant john Tkacik, U. S. A., Ser-
geant Tkacik has drilled Noi'thwestern's
R. O. T. C. ever since its organization,
and has consistently turned out men of
the highest type. The ofhcers at present
are: Captain lvlartin Stefanac, Battalion
Adjutant Goldberg, First Lieutenant
Smith, First Lieutenant Kiedan, Second
Lieutenant Farkas, and First Sergeant
Olin. The Northwestern Rifle Team has
held the city championship for seven conf
secutive years. Two cups are permanetly
in Northwestern's possession and the
team has won one leg on the third cup.
In ions Northwestern won the National
Intercollegiate Rifle Mzitches. The team
Fmt Row: Hart, Lang, Rosenberger, Soop, Bernstein, Hoffman, Niedzwiecki. Owen, Bowman. Norman,
Keever. Second Row: Slack, Stewart, Goblent, Hall. Graves, Davidge, Robinson, Grantham, Watson. Long.
May, Fisher. 'Third Row: Wall, Sy nes. Fanning, Flanigan, Szymanski. Buzin, Palmer. Stigleman, Weidman.
Moore. Connolly, Fourth Row: Ways, Dombrowski, Wigle, Schmidt. Vail, Partyka, Erdman, Fry, Rigley.
Wetmore. Fifth Row: Bees. Drew, Bott, Dickinson, Pattison, Kolodsiek, Zienert, Stoner. Sixth Row: Goldberg.
Spearman, Faudman, Smith, Mason, Glick. Darling, Shipman, Wigle, jatras. Seventh Row' Kerns, Whittaker,
Farkas, Norton, Sparr. Erwin, Olin, Zumberg, Smith, Walker.
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First Row: Cadet Lieut. Co. Talbot, Tech. Sgt. Tkaeik, U. S. Army. Instructor, Cadet Capt. Stefanae, Cadet
First Lieut. Keidan. Battalion Adjutant, Second Raw: Cadet Second Lieut. Zumberg,
Cadet First Lieut. Smith, Cadet First Lieut. Goldberg.
which won city championship in IQBO,
was composed of Lieutenant Colonel
Ralph Talbot, Qteam captainlg Captain
Stehmae, Lieutenant Kiedan, Lieutenant
Zumberg, and Sergeant Kerns. The memf
bers ofthe Hearst Trophy team are: Cap'
tain Martin Stefanae lteam captainl,
Lieutenant Kiedan, Lieuteant Goldberg,
Sergeant Wiiys, Sergeant Kerns. Captain
Martin Stefanac and Lieutenant Kiedan
will represent Northwestern for the Two'
Man team city championship, Field Day.
This year the rifl: team again brought
Northwestern's R. 0. T. C. into national
prominence by taking second place in
the National Willi11111 Randolph Hearst
Trophy Contest. There were 149 schools
in the competition. Many of them, such
as Culver and Kemper, were leading
military acadamies. Northwestern is the
first Michigan school to gain such an
Firxt Row: Goldberg, Zumberg, Talbot, Sgt. Tlcacik, Stefanac. Keidan, Smith. Second Raw: Stewart, Kerns,
Farkas, Sparr, Lang, Wetmore. Third Row: Ways. Olin, Erwin. Spearman.
There is in Man expression's need to hold
The potency of things he feels and sees
Which dull the senses and themselves grow cold
When locked within the mind. Through Art Man frees
From selfish grasp sensation's wealth: Stream's pace,
Bird's song, star's drift, breath's measure, pulse's beat-
All point to rhythm's rule in life, embrace
The essence of the Dance and Music. Sweet
Things are too often transient-gone while still
We merely taste of them: applause, a passing girl's
Shy smile, the rare magnetic moment's thrill.
And Art and Drama steal from Time these pearls.
Thus Man, in passing, takes from years choice fruit
Which love keeps fresh and age cannot pollute.
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Vanity Fair Chorus
performed: and then down to New Orleans,
where an amusing rubberneck tour took
place, a brilliant Spanish dance, a chorus,
and a grand finale. There were more than
one hundred players in the cast. A board
of judges awarded prizes for the best acts.
Sherril Smith was first with a catchy xylo-
phone solo. Doris Sampson in a song and
dance act took second prize, Elizabeth Mc'
Mann, a dashing Spanigh dancer, won the
Sherril Smith, Elizabeth McMann
Vanity Fair was a rather novel departure
in high school productions. Originally inf
tended to be a vaudeville show, the number
of acts entered was of such quality that the
seven best acts were selected and a plot
written around them. A musical comedy
was the result. The first scene was laid in
the Grand Central Station, New York,
where the first plot thickened and a red cap
chorus did its stuff. Next was an unusual
winter scene at Banff, Canada. Following
that, the scene shifted to a small town grof
cery store in Arkansas where a hick band
The Centerville Town Band
C A S T
William Mouser Mary Hazelton
Lorraine DeWick Louis Westman
Ellsworth McDowell Clarence Gaiesky
Marguerite Honeywell Mary Owen
Elizabeth Owen Sherrill Smith
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THE ROMANTIC AGE
january 12A Class Play
The Romantic Age, by A. A. Milne, was the first dramatic
return of the IQ2Q'IQ3O season. Owing to a series of annoying
but inevitable delays, it did not get on the boards until February
I4 and 15. But it was worth waiting for. It was the most im-
portant play from a literary and dramatic point of view that
has been given at Northwestern in several years.
The play was unusually well performed. Dolores Brown was
adequately lightfheaded for a girl lost in day dreams. Noel
Maxam was enthusiastically gallant as the hero. Ellsworth
Mac Dowell's deep bass voice and willowy figure were perfect
for the part of the old man, and Eugene jackson, who ate cheese
and spoke at the same time, played his part to perfection.
The settings and advertising posters were taken care of by
Mr. HI. K. Boltz, and the music by Mr. Roy Miller. The business
end of the production was managed by the Hi-Y Club under
Mr. Albert Hollingers supervision. Miss julia E. Gettemy
directed the production.
C A S T
Gerx ise Millory f f f f Noel Maxam
Mellisande f - Dolores Brown
Bobby f Kenneth Berkaw
me - Mahala Cornwell
Mr Knownlt it f f Ellsworth McDowell
Mrs Knownle f if Mary jane Koontz
Martin Susan -. 4 f Eugene jackson
Alice the Mud f f -Ieanne Steele
The Boy fffffffff Robert Wordrois
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june, 1930, Class Play
Wlitit Ann Brought Home, 1930 june class play, was
presented on the evenings of May IO and 12 under the
direction of Miss julia Gettemy. It is a rollicking farce'
comedy dealing with a middle class family in a village in
Northern Indiana. There are three daughters in the family,
two of whom have suitorsg there is an unclefan enterprising
business manfffand the father and mother.
The scene is laid in the living room of the Bennett house
where Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are found on a summer eveningi
The oldest daughter, Anne, has gone to a neighboring town
on an errand and returns with a husband. The husband,
Dudley, is an impractical fellow and a dreamer. The play
settles around his imcompatibility with the Bennett family.
He finally wins their good graces by transacting a business
deal which makes the whole family wealthy.
There is much human interest in the play, and many
amusing characters, which account for its successful run
on Broadway in IQ28, and similar successes wherever it
has been produced.
C A S T
Mrs. Sam Bennett f - Alice Seeford
Mr. Sam Bennett f f Alfred Ott
Nina fffff f - f Belba Fritch
Anne, the eldest daughter 1 f f f Mahala Cornwell
Alma, the youngest daughter f f qs., f f f f .Ieane Steele
Dudley ffff- f , + f Clifford Wolfe
Herb Hardcastle f f 1 fd, 3 .- 1 - f Harry Guest
Uncle Harry - f 1 - - Robert Ward
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Carlos Alvarado, Baritone of the Madrid Opera f f
Romero, Chief of the Brigands f f f
Lopez, Lieutenant of Brigands
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HIS year being one of Victor Herbert revivals, North'
western entered into the spirit of the movement. The
music department presented the fifteenth annual opera,
The Serenade, with great success. In iozo this same opera
was performed before six enthusiastic audiences in the new
Northwestern auditorium. This year the opera was no
less successful, inaugurating a policy of Saturday matinees
instead of the previous Monday performances.
The curtain rises on the oilice of the Royal Madrid
Brigandage Association where the bandits are contemplating
an attack on the Duke of Santa Cruz. The Duke in the
meantime, is trying to keep his ward, Dolores, away from
her adorers. Alvarado, a baritone of the Madrid Opera,
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mistakes an old opera singer, Colombo, for the lover of his
Dolores and imprisons him, placing Dolores in the Convent
of St. Ursula. Gomez, a tailor, who hopes to win Dolores
by a song, seeks refuge from the Duke in the convent.
Dolores escapes with Alvarado and the Duke is forced by
Romero, the bandit chief, to consent to their marriage.
Yvonne, a dancer, who has been seeking to win Alvarado
frees her father, Colombo, and then gives her hand to
Lopez, lieutenant of the brigands.
Under the direction of Miss Lowden and through the
dramatic assistance of Mr. Young, from New York, the
opera was one of the finest ever presented at Northwestern,
C A S T
Colombo, an old Opera Tenor ' f 1 Don Sawyer
Dolores, the Duke's Ward Dorothy Beasley
Yvonne, CoIombo's Daughter Mary Stewart
The Mother Superior f Ruth Davenport
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Fmt Row. lvleagher. lvioore. Bernstein, Clements. Krieger, Asarn. Owen. Bailey. Goetzke. Sass, Sernml Run'
Miller. Snyder, W.rg.1r. Leichtag. Caster, Paddon, Shattock. Hawkins. Zander. Salot. Tlunl Rim' Fisher. Stauli.
lvlaule. Camplield. LaRose. Elliott. Cogsdill. lviclienney. Lemon,
Music students hecome eligihle for the
senior orchestra when they hecome io As
Under the direction of Mr. Roy lviiller,
the orchestra provides the musical hack'
ground for the operas. plays and com'
mencement exercises. Lorraine Salot and
Richard Wolf represented the orchestra
in the national High School orchestra at
Meiiilwers of the junior orchestra are
taken from the ninth and tenth grade
classes. The work is a foundation for the
senior orchestra. Mr. Roy Iviiller, who
played for two seasons with john Phillip
Sousa. is the director. The junior orchestra
appears annually at a spring concert given
hy the junior organization in the school
Firxr Row: Maller, Holfrichter. Brown. Aulph. Knisel. jordan, Bassett. Hall, Lawson, Sccmiii Row, Henley,
Fonncr, Knight. Proctor, Salway, Willerford. Tl-md Row: Alexander. Fishkind. Lweenherg. Graves, Engle.
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Left to Right: Dolores Brown, Richard Wolfe, Peter Tainsh, lsidore Weiner
The band consists of liftyfone pieces.
Like the orchestra, the band is under the
The membership of the string quartet
has not changed for two years. Richard
Wolfe, a member of the quartet, is a mem'
ber ofthe Allfcity quartet, which was the
only quartet invited to Atlantic City for
the National High School orchestra conf
vention last February.
direction of Mr. Miller, who incidentally
directed the best army band in Europe
during the late war. The hand plays at
fooiball, basketball and baseball games,
rallies and parades.
Firxt Row: Raskin, Mair, Waha, Ruddick, Loisel, Michaels, Bogart, Goldblatt, Elliott, Bush, Mclntosh,
McLean. Second Row: Buchanan, Coggan, Dorfman, Locatis, McAfee, Snarey, Comrie, McGrann, Cogley,
Daley, Gyvis. Thompson. Third Row: Wagner, Beach, Maule, LaRose, Kilgour, Sawyer, Campfield, Tromley,
Sopcr. Fourth Row: Whiteley, Peters, Fishkind, Bigham, Feldscher, Fry, Taylor, Murphy. Fifth Row. Davies,
Cogsdill, Cooper, Truscott, Williams, Gold, Marston, Lind, Miles. Preston.
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First Row: Turnhill, Dear, Freeman, Wright, jones, Lihrariang Ortwine, Sec., Treas., Devcees, Social Chair'
mang Saunders, l3res.g Grant, Carhary, Clark, Second Row: Edwards, Wadell, lvlcFerran, Uvuen, Sehley, Keifer,
llraconier, Luke, Pinch, Gordon, Prout. Third Row: Miss jackson, Butler, Keown, Emmett. Davenport, Beasley.
Sterling, Accompanistg Wills, Eiehclharger, Smythe, Fields, Fourth Row: Irwin, Stewart, V1CC'l,fCS.,
Snyder, Sec,g DeWiek, Stevens, Wannamaker, Emex, Thompson, Downs, Yerex, Watson.
The Girls' Senior Glee Cluh during the
last year hroadcasted over WJR from the
Unitarian Church and appeared at Cass
Community Church. It presents a concert
each june and sends representatives to the
May Festival at Cass High School. Mary
Stewart was a representative at the Chif
The Boys' Senior Glee Cluh was orif
ginally organized as a part of the school
curriculum. With the Girls' Senior Glee
Cluh, it gives an annual Christmas Conf
cert, and supplies memhers to the casts
of musical productions. Kenneth .lewell
represented the cluh this year at the Music
Supervisors' Convention in Chicago.
BOYS, SlENllOlR GlLlElE CLUB
First Row' Lind, Taylor, Wolfe, Stradley, Jewell, Browne, Cuse, Light, Lelrleup. Second Row: Wollie, Pomeroy,
Neilson, Armstrong, Baxter, Dunning, Thompson, Burge. Third Row: Farnum, Creed, Gaietsky, Whittaker
Scott, Gritman, Hicks.
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First Row: Horn, Gavcburd, Wresche, Lawson, Sec., Grether, Pres., Valrance, Workman, Stewart, Robins,
Second Row: Woods, Bright, Willeyord, Green, Earnshaw, Fromer, Bogle, Honor, Miss Newell. 'Third Row:
Barnes. Fox. Lcichtag, Gagnon, Fundis, Hawley. Ellerby, McKee. Fourth Row: Forton.
Strandell, Hicks, Holiday, Harrington, Fenu, King.
The Girls' junior Glee Club is directed
by Miss Mabelle A. Newell. Its sixty'
tive members from the ninth and tenth
grades have taken part in the Christmas
Concerts and have sung in several houses.
Each year a concert is given in june, and
members are sent to the May Festivals.
The Boys' Junior Glee Club, directed by
Miss Alice M. Lowden, consists of thirty
members. It takes part in the annualChristf
mas Concert and collaborates with the Girls'
junior Glee Club in the june Concert. It
gave a supper party, followed by a movie,
for the girls at the Fisher Y. M. C. A.
BOYS' QHUNJIOR GLEE CLUB
First Row: Dwyer, Selik, Beers, Covert, Bebb, Henrikson, Randall, White, Bell, Schening. Second Row: Whaw,
Ankeny, Hughes, Buchner, Goldman, Rigley, Bailey, Alexander, Hofmeister. Third Row: Burton, Booker,
Long, Bajus, Aldridge, Schonfeld, Ahell, Schultz,
What Ages watched the human body form!
Saw slime move up the scale, grow lungs, desert
The swamp, reach massive size, then change with storm
And icefage cold-its ugliness convert
lnto a cleanflimbed type. And did they note
The brain, which only came to strength when Man
Stood straight, and to whose service men devote
The love once body got? What folly can
Men not conceive? This change of masters brings
New wages: health passed by for intellect.
Thus thought, when sent aloft on weakened wings,
Soon wearies, reels, and flutters down unchecked.
Lay siege on health, of all men's loves the best,
And capture thought and joy, among the rest.
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MATHEMATICIAN has Hgured
out that it would take more than
a hundred years for the Detroit high
schools to catch up with Northwestern's
record. Athletics at Northwestern began
in 1914. The football team started by
playing only freshmen and reserve teams
from other schools and, despite this, lost
most of its games. The next year, how'
ever, Northwestern stepped out into high
society and took on varsity
teams, winning all but one
of the games. Since then 1
the Colts have won seven
city football chan1pionships.
They started a winning
streak in 1924 and took five
city championships in a
row. They have been state
champions twice, sharing
the honor with Muskegon
in 1927. Among the out'
standing players that North'
western has produced are
the two Heston brothers
who are showing promise
at the University of Michif
gan, "Snitz" Ross and John
Hackett who are starring
on the U. of D., team, and
Ernie McCoy and Marshall
Boden who won their footf
ball letters at U. ofM.
Northwestern has also '
taken a lion's chare of bas'
ketball titles, having won
seven city championships and four state
championships. The most outstanding bas'
ketball player ever to play on a Colt team
is Ernie McCoy, who captai11ed the 1925
team and later went to Michigan where he
led the 1928 team to the big ten champion'
ship. The Colts also lay claim to what is
generally accepted as the outstanding bas-
ketball team ever deveioped in Michigan,
the 1928 champions.
Northwestern swimming teams have
annexed eight of the ten annual city chamf
pionships thus far held. Dick Spindle, '25,
captained the University of Michigan big
ten champions of SZQ. Durr, Boldt and
Walker also swam for Michigan. The out'
standing swimmer at Michigan State this
year is Horace Craig, captain of a Colt
city, state and Midwest championship
Northwestern's trump card has always
been track, in which fifteen city titles,
seven state titles and six Midwest titles
have been won since 1916. It is not necesf
sary to delve deep back into the past to
find its stars, although in
IQ24 the half mile relay
team broke the world's
Practically every city
record is held by a North'
western man. This year's
team alone boast of Willis
Ward, the World Inter'
scholastic High jump
champion, Wesley Hurd,
the holder of the MidfWest
mile record, and Raymond
Roe and Noel Maxam hold'
ers of the city half-mile
and pole vault records ref
spectively. Cne of the most
outstanding weight men
that Northwestern has prof
duced is Leroy Dues, the
national junior shot put
This year the athletic
department, through the
HN" club, made a signili-
cant innovation. A fund
was established to send Northwestern
athletes, of meritorious scholarship, thru
college. The purpose was to avoid the
dangers of professionalism that have ap'
peared in several colleges in recent years.
During Easter vacation an elaborate dance
was held to establish the fund and it
was nobly supported. It will become an
annual event. Mr. Bert Mavis, North-
western's athletic mentor, was largely
responsible for its success.
This is the last year that Northwestern
participates in state and midfwest athletic
contests, following the policy of the
Detroit High School League.
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Mr. Maas, Coach Palm, Capt,
The 1030 swimming team won the City and state championships but lost the mid'
west meet unexpectedly by two points to Northern. The championships came after two
years of terrific competition against Highland Park's national championship teams.
Livingston Oliver broke the city record, for the hundredfyard free style, made by Craig
of Northwestern in 1927. Chuck McKi11ley took the hundredfyard breast stroke in every
meet but the MidfWest. Curtis took several Hrsts in the hftyfyard free style, beating
out Ballard of Northern in the city meet. The diving was done by Earl Gormaine and
Captain Richard Palm, who also swam in the winning relay. Great success was not
apparent at first, but after a few duel meets the city championship loomed ahead. All
the seven duel meets were won by top heavy scores. The captain elect for 1931 is Livingsf
ton Oliver, who swam on the varsity team in his freshman year.
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Redford . ...., .... 3 71 26 . 1
Central ......... .... 5 6! 8 Highland Park' ' ' "" 38 26
Southwestern ........... 58 6 Northern ----'-b-4--'-- 33 31
First Row: W. Moon, H. Bush, R. Doran, Capt, R. Palm, C. Courville, L. Oliver, C. McKinley,
E.Gormaine. Second Row: Mr. Maris, M. Sherman, R. Snyder, W. McCollough,
H. Curtis, F. Mueller, Mr. Maas.
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With only five veterans back from last
year, Coach Bishop moulded a team that
that was to face three powerful state
elevens in addition to a strong city schedf
ule. The first Eve games were taken brilf
liantly. The sixth game, with Muskegon,
ended in'defeat. It seemed to take the
morale. nom the team, since not another
point y asiscored after this game. In the
next game, with Central, came another
defeat, this time entirely unexpected.
Highland Park, the city champions, then
defeated the Colts for the first time in
football history. The state champions,
Benton Harbor, completed the disaster. For
the first time in six years since Sam Bishop
took the helm, Northwestern failed to
take the Metropolitan championship.
Sept. 28 Northeastern o
Oct. Hamtramck 7
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Oct. Southeastern 6
First Row: Pierce, Feldsher, Huber, Fundis, Barringer, Sielofi johnson, Crawford, Dunning. McClintic,
Dant, Palm, Griuezskc. Second Row: Batson, Heydon, Ward, Lysett, Campbell, Schaupner, Golinske, Gross,
Kyes, Ziegle, Kinnunen, Petersen, Zaharski. Third Row: McFall, Buenger. Harris, Robb, Mr. Carry, Mr.
Maris, Mr. Bishop, Burgin, Fisher, Spomer, Borland, Thompson.
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Captain Harold Sielolf suffered a broken
collar bone in the second game of the sea'
son and was forced to miss the next Eve
games. He starred in the four games he
played and his management from the
bench earned the position of allfcity
bench captains. Phil Schaupnbr played
a stalwart game at tackle and arded
the position on the allfstate teihng. The
other tackle position was filled by George
Huber, who was placed on the allfcity
team. Gerald Barringer, at guard, like'
wise placed on the allfcity eleven. The
passing combination, Golinske to Ward,
was responsible for many touchdowns.
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Nov Central ..,...,,,.. 6
Nov. Highland Park 6
Nov Benton Harbor ....... . 26 . '
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This year the Colt track team was probably
the most balanced team ever put out by a
Michigan high school. Every dual meet was
taken by an overwhelming score. The city
title was a walkfaway, and the Midfwest was
taken after a keen struggle with Froebel High,
of Indiana. Five veterans formed the nucleus
around which Coach Weaver built the team.
The outstanding star of the year was Willis
Ward, who set a new Interscholastic World
High Jump Record of six feet, four and onefhalf
inches. His ability in the hurdles made him high
point man in both the City and Mid-West meets.
Captain Wesley Hurd, with three years of
varsity experience, ran a consistently fast mile,
close to the record time of 4:37 which he set
last year. Raymond Roe upset all the critics
when he won the city half mile, breaking the
city record set by Thompson, of Northwestern,
in 1929. Another record breaker was Noel
'Top Row-Pleaume, S. Moore, Ward, Center-Wilson. Lawton, Bottom Row-Cogan, McCord, Valmore
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Maxam, the holder of the state standing high
jump record, who vaulted II, 5M" in the city
meet. Sidney Moore, who himself has vaulted
11' 6", was bothered all season by minor in-
juries. In the weight events, Jack Fundis had
things all to himself. Earl Rheaurne, Eugene
Wilson, Herbert Thompson, Erwin Valmore and
Norman Lawton were consistent point winners.
Northwestern 77 ...... Western 18, Jan. 16.
Northwestern 85 ...... Redford 1o, jan. 24.
Northwestern 88M..Southwestern 6M, Jan. 31
Northwestern 8394 .Central HK, Feb. 7.
Northwestern 82 ...,.. Highland Park 13, Feb. zo
Northwestern SI r..... nearest competitor 17M.
Northwestern 3,5 ...... nearest competitor 30 115.
'1'0p Row: Hurd, Maxon, Fundis. Center: Stobbe, Thompson. Bottom Row: F. Moore, Fisher, Gruezke
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TARTING out the season with only two lettermen, Captain John Boden and Hugh
Rae, Coach Carty built a well rounded outfit which finished in a tie for first for the
West Side Honors with Southwestern and Highland Park, Southwestern later winning the
West Side playfoff. Nine players were awarded letters. They were: Boden, Lechner,
Jacobs, Burgin, Gulvansky, Rae, Nelson, Rachlin and Stockmeyer. In the Hrst game of the
season the cagers defeated the Alumni, 17 to io. In the next game the Colts lost to the
City Championship Northern quintette by the sccre of 26 to 8 in a itorvleague game
First Row: Leckner. Coyne, Rea, Boden, Burgin, Gutowsky, Racklin, Jacobs. Second Row: Mr. Mans.
Peterson fmanagerj. Stockmeyer, Roase, Nelson, Dant, Managerg Carty. Coach.
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The Colts opposed Weste1'11 in their first league game and downed them zo to io. The
Colts won another thriller the following week 21 to zo. The Red and Gray team finally
hroke their onefpoint jinks, downing Southwestern 23 to 21. Central was the next victim,
to the tune of 18 to 15. Cooley was then taken into camp hy 24 to 16. The Colts, however.
here ran into tough luck, losing to Highland Park 18 to 11, which put them into a tie for
first place. In the playfolf the Colts drew Southwestern and dropped a heavy thriller, 15 to
14, to end their season. Leckner and .lacohs were honored hy heing selected for AllCity teams.
Merckel. Anderson, Gurman, Rea, Armstrong, Boase.
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I CROSS COUNTRY
FTER dominating city cross country for five consecutive
years, the Colts came through this year to win the state
championship. It is the first state cross country title to come to a
Detroit team. The Colts took second place for four consecutive
years, and in IQ28 they were only four points behind the leaders.
Wesley Hurd and Captain Bill Guy were the only letter winners
from last year. The time trials were held on September 26, and
Ennis Stafford proved to be the most promising of the new men.
The three quadrangular meets were taken by large scores, with
Wes Hurd starring. In the city meet Hurd took third, Guy eighth,
Stafford and Rheaume also placed. Eastern, the nearest competitor, was beaten by
twentyfhve points. In the state meet, Northwestern nosed out Kalamazoo for the
title. Hurd made a sensational comeback by beating Otto Pongrace, the national
mile champion. The local meets were held on Bonnie Brook Golf courseg the dis'
tance was close to two and onefhalf miles.
Malcolm Weaver Coach
Cross country running has always served as foundation work for Northwestern's
championships track teams. The distance running developes wind and endurance
and form. Almost invariably the good cross country winners star in track.
Coach Weziver has several men who give promise of upholding Northwesterns
laurels next fall.
Among them are Raymond Roe, city, state and midfwest half mile champion and
Thomas Lawton, a consistent point winner in the mile.
CITY AND STATE CHAMPIONS
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ITH four ,letter men from the preceding year Coach Sam
Bishop organized a team that went through the baseball
season with only one defeat. The Colts started off the season well
by thoroughly trouncing Highland Park. Cliff Veach connected
for a home run and Larry McClements from the mound only
permitted five hits. They next took down Western. In this game
McClemei1ts proved his ability at bat as well as pitching. With
the bases full he hit a double bringing in three runs. He held
them down to only four hits and made eight stick outs. Every'
body made at least one run in a walk away game against South' A
The Colts then met Cass for their first and only defeat. Marcus Com'
Greenlee who was responsible for many of their runs, was ill
and the team suffered from this loss. Northwestern got live hits while McClements held
Cass to a mere four, but two errors in one inning gave Cass the run by which she won
the game. Veach hit his second home run of the season with a hard drive into left field.
Burgin hit a triple and Grenlee pinchfhitting in the last inning hit a double but died
The next two games were won from Central and Cooley. Cass vron the City Champion'
April IQ f Northwestern IO f f f f Highland Park 1
April go f Northwestern IO f f f Western 4
June IO Northwestern 18 f f Southwestern 1
June I7 Northwestern 2 f f Cass Technical 3
june 24 Northwestern 4 f f f Central 3,
june 31 Northwestern 8 - Cooley 1
First Row: Mogge, Coyne, Golinski, Leckner, Burgen, Jacobs, MacDonald, Rachlin, Olsen, Haydon. Second
Row: Aiken, Ziegel, Barland, McClintick, Whiteley, McKnight, Wilson, Speier, Lawrence, Bishop fCoachl
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First Row: Mr. Maris, Davidge, Peckham, McNahh, Brandt, Hutchinson, lvIacDonald. Ivlopps, Mr. Catherman.
Second Row: johnson, Pollett, Pasel, Huth, Walsh, Rule, Gillies, Fletcher, Student Mzinzigerg Owen, Schaupner.
Coach Catherman's hockey team this
year led the league during the iirst part of
season. But a month of inactivity, with
no ice to practice upon, put the team off
form. The season ended with six vicf
tories, five defeats, and one tie. Don
MacDonald placed on the allfcity team.
The Colts captured the city skating
title for the third consecutive year and
gained the third leg on the H. Welvher
trophy in the annual meet at Belle Isle.
Bud Keyes, holder ofthe city two twenty
mark, won this event hut did not equal
his time of last year.
First Row: Mr. Maris, Phillips, Walsh, Gih, Keyes, Minner, Rohillard, Owen. Kistler, Mr. Catherman
Second Row: Gross, Peckham, Rule, Roe, Batson, jameson, McNahh, Mclieever. Hutchinson.
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The prospects for having a champion'
ship tennis team this year are very promisf
ing. Last year the team won all its sched-
uled city matches and defeated Northern
in a close contest for the city champion'
ship. john Hammer was responsible for
many of the Colt's victories but was def
feated in State competition. So far three
matches have been won.
With Captain Russell Armstrong,
Chas. McKinley, Fred Goetzke, Fred Zief
gel and Tom Brown hack from last year's
team, Northwestern is expected to have
the strongest golf team that has ever ref
presented the Red and Gray. The Colts
at the time of publication have met only
one team, Western, whom they have
defeated, ii to i.
Left to Right: lvlcliraw, Brown. McKinley, Coetzke, Armstrong, Burgess. Coach
Nizfllw t wyiirss t s
First Row: Fundis, Kline, Dant. Sielolf, Rae, Moore, Hurd, McKinley, Palm. Second Row: McDonald,
Major, Varin, Veach, Wiiterhor, Northrop, Guy, Wille, Ziegel, Mr. Bishop. Third Row: Dennis, Penick.
Sehaupncr, Kycs, Wiesentliiil, Gormaine, Huher, Burgen, Fourth Row: Clark, Oliver. Leipham, Boden, Maxam.
Courville, McClements, Ward, McCord.
The "N" Club is composed of letter'
winners in foothall, hasehall, track, swimf
ming and basketball. The cluh is striving
to keep the scholarship hasis of its mem'
hers up to a high plane, and to promote
cleaner athletics. At all athletic events
the "N" Cluh endeavors to keep the
sportsmanship of hoth sides up to a high
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The cheerleaders are as much a part
of every athletic game and rally as the
teams themselves. A Northwestern stuf
dent cannot imagine an important event
without the three Ihdia ruhher cheer'
leaders, Kunkle, Gurnian and McKnight
leaping to his mind. Their enthusiasm is
everywhere and their melodious voices
move the rafters.
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THERE are ten houses in the school,
live of them for boys and five for girls.
Each house has approximately four hundred
members who are taken alphabetically
from the school enrollment. The rivalry
is intense. Each house produces a foot'
ball team, twelve basketball teams, a
swimming team, two track teams and
twelve baseball teams. The house with
the highest average standing is given pos'
session of the house plaque until the next
year's season is completed. To gain per'
manent possession of the plaque it is
rumoured that a house must win it sixteen
times, so that very likely it will be the
last half of the twentieth century before
the plaque stops circulating. Of the four
years that the plaque has been in existence,
Roosevelt House has taken it twice, Marf
shal once and Pershing once. Incidentally,
Roosevelt has taken five of the thirteen
house football championships, and has
taken second place the other eight years.
ALLfHOUSE FOOTBALL TEAM
A. Patrick f f f Left End
A. McGarvah f - Left Tackle
A. Stigleman f Left Guard
J. Rickard f Center
L. Kabbouch f f Right Guard
J. Woods f f Right Tackle
E. Valmore f
E. Knapp f ' Quarter
M. Klein f Half Back
L. Varin f f Half Back
D. McClellan f Full Back
Roosevelt Football Team gd House Champions
First Row: Klein, LaDuser. Hutchison. Second Row: Kabboush, jackson, Kerr, Kanpp, jameson, Macomber,
MacFarIand, Mr. Maas. Third Row: Hunter, McComb, McGarvah, jatrose. Leckner, McKinley.
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First Row' Yeomans. Turrentine, Zander, Woelke, Stefanac, Varin. Stoekmeyer, Wilson. Stiegelman.
Valmore Smith. Sucrnid Row: Sehwall Ccoachl, Trattener. Williaims. Taylor. Stiegelman. Spiers. Smith
Thomas. Telfer. Smith, Mr. jones.
This vear Roosevelt House won the
Foothall Championship. Under the suf
pervision of Mr. Nlaas, they completed a
hard season, undefeated. Two tie games
were played, one with Lincolng the other
with Pershing. Lincoln House took second
place, having suffered two defeats. The
Roosevelt team received miniature foot'
halls in addition to house letters.
This year each house had twelve has'
kethall teams. After totaling all the points,
Roosevelt's teams took lirst hy a wide
margin. The Lincoln House l1fA team
won the elimination tournament held to
determine the hest of the sixty house
teams. The new system was instituted hy
Mr. Maris to allow everyone to play
LHNCOLN BASKETBALL Q QHAMPHUNS
Left to right: Wailhridge, Spencer, Stefanac QCaptainl. Sieloff. Sorenson. Stafford, Schwall lffoachl.
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HOlUSlE TRACK CHAMPHONS
Fivst Row: P. Hicks, A. Frazier, W. Fisher, R. Hotten. Second Row: K. Haynes,
H. Green, W. Ewing, Mr. Munsell.
This year the Marshall House heavy'
weights and the Lincoln House light'
weights won the interfhouse track com'
petition. Gerald Barringer and Lawrence
Turner were high point men in the final
meet. New records were set hy William
Fisher, Eugene Wilson, Raymond Roe,
and Frazier Moore.
Marshall House won the swimming
title this year with Lincoln only two points
hehind. Myron Rosenthal, of Wilson,
was all around Champion. Marshall won
all its dual meets and in the finals, hroke
the twofhundred yard free style relay
record by fourffifths of a second, breaking
Lincoln's long winning streak.
HOUSE SVVIIMMJINO CHAMPIONS
First Row: Golden, G. French, C. Gilbert, F. Finsterwald, Dyer. Houghton. Second Row. Mr. Catherman,
Doran, Goodyear, W. Hammer, Mr. Munsell.
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GIRLS ATI-ILETIC I-IISTORY
HISTORY of girls' athletics in
Northwestern High School includes
girls who have made names both for them'
selves, their teams and their school. No
real history was made until 1919 when the
girls placed second in city swimming. On
this team swam Margaret Woodbridge,
who covered the fortyfyard backstroke
event in thirty seconds, for a world's
record. Also in 1919 jane Austen House
won the first girls' intra'
mural basketball title. .
In 1920 and 1921 the
girls swimming and basket'
ball teams finished in the
runnersfup positions for the
city title. It was also in
1921 that the first inter'
house swimming meet was
run off. joan of Arc easily
outclassed the rest of the
field in this meet. Hockey
was first started as a varf
sity sport in IQ23, the
Coltettes finishing in second
place. In 1924 we End that
Margaret Eamon, than a
ninth grader, was stareing
for the hockey team. She
later turned out to be one
of the best girl athletes that
Northwestern has prof
duced. In 1925, the G. A.
A. was first organized,
under the sponsorship of
During the years 1926-29 Northwestern
was favored with three sets of sisters, the
Felske's, the Eamon's, and the Derby's.
All of these girls were responsible for
putting the girls' athletics where they
now stand. During the years that they
attended school, the girls' athletic teams
that they played on had a better showing
than at any time in Northwestern's
In 1926 we find Margaret Eamon presif
dent of the G. A. A. She was also a mem'
ber of the basketball and hockey teams.
Her sister Emily was on the hockey team
while both of them starred for the tennis
team. Hilda Felske was on the swimming,
basketball, and hockey teams. In 1927,
Margaret was captain of the hockey team,
while her sister was captain of the basket'
Both Marietta and Virginia Derby were
on the hockey, track and tennis teams
while Virginia was also on the basketball,
and golf teams. Virginia was captain of
the tennis team. Dorothy Felske was on
the swimming team and
was high po nt scorer of
the city meet. The swim-
ming team finished in a tie
for first place honors, the
first championship the
swimming team had ever
In IQ28, we again find
Virginia and Marietta
Derby playing hockey, basf
ketball, track and tennis,
and also engaged on the
, skating team. Marietta
was chosen captainfelect
for hockey. She was also
captain of the track team.
Virginia was captain of the
tennis team again and was
also chosen captainfelect for
basketball. During this year
we End the girls winning
the city skating and track
championships. Also Es'
ther Challove winning the
City Interscholastic Tennis
Title. The Coltettes were also runnersfup
for the city title in basketball, hockey and
swimming, thus completing one of the
best years in their history. Dorothy Felske
was on the hgekey and swimming teams
again while Emily Eamon was on the
hockey team in her last semester here.
In 1929 the girls won the city hockey
title. The girls' skating team retained
their city championship and the girls' golf
team won the city champion' ship only
to lose it because they had used an in-
eligible player. The swimming team was
again runnerfup to Highland Park for the
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OTRLSS SCHOOL HOCKEY
W N 71TH the coming of the hockey season, Northwestern cherished the ambition to
retain the championship cup. After much hard practice under the able guidance of
Miss Hardy, and later of Miss Watson, the team advanced with great strides toward a
victorious season. The games started in the latter part of September and continued
throughout October and November. The Coltettes won all games, the one with Highland
Park proving the most spectacular of the season. Due to exceptional team work, the girls
won West-Side championship, defeating Southwestern yo. Then came the final clash
with Hamtramck. Both teams showed good defensive and offensive lighting in this speedy
combat, but in the end, the Maroon and White defeated the Red and Gray by a score of zfo.
Bessie MacCracken who acted as captain last fall, has also been chosen as captain for
the team this year. The girls comprising the team in the fall were: Muir Williams, Eileen
Wood, Mahala Cornwall, Viola jones, Bessie MacCracken, Josephine Lake, Lorena Ren'
shaw, Margaret Woickham, Lretta Gluver, Irene Sarey, Marjorie Hedgecock and Janet
Northwestern also placed two girls on the allfcity team. These were: Bessie Mac'
Cracken and Josephine Lake. Those receiving honorable mention were: Eileen Wood,
Viola jones and Muir Williams. : . ,
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Left to Right: Lake, Williams, Renshaw, Wood, Cornwall, Jones, Wickham, Fraser, Hawke, Hedgecock,
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Meet. There were few veterans back this year, so it was practically a new team that
took to the water in the hrst meet. Many new swimmers, who now rank among the best,
have been developed.
The Coltettes initiated the season by defeating Northern, who has always been a formidf
able foe. Throughout the remainder of the season, the Northwestern aggregation was such
that the mermaids succeeded in adding successive victories. However, the dual meet with
Highland Park gave quite a setfback to the Northwestern prospects of gaining the City Title.
Eileen Wood, backstroke star, proved of exceptional value to the team, but due to graduaf
tion, was able to take part in only two dual meets. During this short time, however, she
acquired enough points for a school letter.
The City Title fell to Highland Park, while Northwestern received a close second. The
diving proved to be extremely exciting. Captain Ardis Gibson, defending champion,
showed her versatility in winning this event, defeating Mary Gilmour of Highland Park.
Others who starred were: jane Campbell, jane MacDonald, Emma Griksheit, Ethel
Smith, and Helen Curtis.
The successful season of the mermaids is due to the hard practice on the part of the
girls, the excellent leadership of Ardis Gibson, and the remarkable coaching of Mrs. Cheney.
Opp. N.W. Opp. NW.
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Central .. mph 84M Southeastern . , 34 Q3
Western 8 1 1 1 Southwestern . . S2 72
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Top: Edwards, Wickham, Snith. johnson, Oak, Crawford, Dale, Kimmel, MacDonald, Grikscheit, Gibson.
Bottom: Fritch, Cadwell, Woods, Kohenen, Saunders, H. MacDonald, Waters, Irwin, Donald. Montce.
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HE girls' basketball team met with very moderate success this year as far as winning
games goes, for it won only two contests out of a schedule of six. However, the season
was a success when the development of players is considered. Viola jones, janet Hawke,
Edora Morton, Louise Simms and Lillian McLaren were among the outstanding stars. Much
new and promising material was uncovered, and although many players will be lost through
graduation, high hopes are entertained for the coming season. The Red and Gray sextette
was not an aggregation of individual stars but rather a squad which relied on team play.
After many weeks of grilling practice, the girls started the season by trouncing Redford.
Throughout this game, teamwork and speedy passes played a great part and resulted in
leading the Red and Gray to victory. Next they encountered Commerce and succeeded
in greatly outplaying these opponents.
The coaching was under the skilled guidance of Miss Mildred E. Hardy, herself a former
star. She is greatly responsible for the splendid display of sportsmanship that was main'
tained throughout the entire season.
Towards the end of the season, the team suffered the loss of a valuable player, Muir
Williams. She was injured early in the season and was unable to take part in the last games.
Many girls were winners of the school "N" award. These were: janet Hawke, captain,
Viola jones, Bessie MacCracken, Edora Morton, Lillian McLaren, Margaret Murray,
Loretta Glover, Martha Higden, Lonetta Kuhn and Louise Simms. Those receiving the
reserve letters were: Muir Williams and Dorothy Green.
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GIRLS' SCI-IOOL OOLIF
Although golf has just recently been initiated into the school sport program, it has
proved to be most popular among the many partcipants. Fourteen girls, seven of them
veterans, comprised the team for this year. The city meet was held at Rackham Course,
October 5. The Coltettes carried off the championship with many points to spare. This
was a bit unexpected, since they had succeeded in winning but one of their dual meets.
Last year, because of the ineligibility of one of the players, they were forced to forfeit
their title, but now Northwestern has acquired the cup. The low scorers on the team
were Jeanne Willson and Ellen Anne Murray. Jeanne placed fourth among individual
scorers in the city meet. Eleven of the girls who went out for golf this year were winners
of the scarlet They are: Ellen Anne Murray, Marion Clark, Beth Braconer, Jeanne,
Willson, Gerd Gamborg, Mary Porter, Janet Runyeon, Josephine Talbot, Haziel Samuel
Gladys Panton and Margaret Mary Love, captain. The other players who helped to win
honors are: Amy Johnston, Virginia Kothe, Bettina Rightmire and Ethel Nikrant. Due
to the efforts of Miss Prudentia C. Huffman, the coach, golf has been most successful this
year. Not only have the results of school golf been encouraging, but a start has been made
toward house tournaments.
GIRLS' SCHOOL SKATING
This year has again been a victorious one for our school skaters. Under the coaching
of Miss Huffman, our girls captured the City Championship cup for the third successive
year. The relay team, comprised of Emma Grikscheit, Viola Jones, Mary Oak and Margaret
White, placed first in the final meet. However, the meet was decided by Viola Jones and
Emma Griksheit, who won second and third places for fancy skating. The rest of the squad
consisted of Ann Dale, Hazel Johnson, Erna Lysett and Grace Broquet, who should be
complimented for the faithful way in which they turned out in the subfzero weather.
Praise is also due to Miss Huffman, who has coached the girls so well, thatgthey-carried
off the cup for three consecutive seasons.
GIRLS' SCI-IOOL TENNIS
The call for prospects for this year's tennis team was answered by about twenty girls.
Through a process of elimination, the following eleven were chosen to represent the Red
and Gray: Evelyn Gurman, Suzanne Shenk, Janet Hawke, Bonnie Harris, Virginia Kothe,
Beth Braconier, Dorothy Green, Margaret Thiele, Bessie McCracken, Pearl Finkman
and Evangeline Johnson. Although very few veterans are back this season, the girls are
practising hard and are showing consistent racketfwielding. Consequently, they are looking
forward to a victorious season. A practice match was held with Cooley Cwho had a tennis
team for the Erst time this yearl and the Coltettes succeeded in winning all but one match.
Other matches have been scheduled with Western, Southwestern and Redford. The team,
this year, is being coached by Miss Watson. She promises bo be an excellent coach and hopes
to bring the girls to the top in the ensuing season.
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House hockey has now become a very lively sport. Miss I'Iardy's untiring work and
encouragement to the teams individually has resulted in an improvement among them.
The intrafmural tournaments were a great success. The games were played on Ferry Field.
The competing teams were well matched in every case, making the outcome doubtful
and interesting to the spectators. Defensive and offensive work was superior to that of
teams of previous years. As a whole, the standard of hockey, as revealed in these games,
has been noticeably higher than in the past years. The fall season of hockey was ended
in grand style. Betsy Ross proved the conqueror. Good team work, which is essential,
helped Betsy Ross girls accomplish their aim, that of winning the cup. The girls playing
on this team were: G. Meyers, captain, L. Kuhn, R. Katrieb, M. Jenkin, E. Johnson, M
Jacobs, M. Michniewicz, J. McKay, A. McCormich, F. Mitchell and F. Jewell.
With every house having extremely large turnfouts this year, the intramural basketball
season was one of the most successful and interesting of all time. Many of the teams were
strong, but Jane Austen, with Eve of last year's championship team back, was tied with
Betsy Ross for the title. The final game was of intense interest, for the score was even
throughout. In the last quarter, the Jane Austenites gave a final spurt and won the game
by the same score as that of last year-2047. The girls who comprised the winning team
were: Ethel Smith, captaing Eileen Wood, Louise Simms, Fannie Wexler, Betty Tinsley,
Bertha Waggenheim and Margaret Teichman.
This was not the end of Jane Austen's honors for she succeeded in having three of her
girls placed on the Al1fHouse team. They are: Ethel Smith, who was chosen captain,
Eileen Wood, and Louise Simms. The remainder of this team consisted of Dorothy Green,
Mahala Cornwall and Loretta Kuhn.
Basketball has been gaining more and more popularity and now looms as the most in-
viting field for house athletes.
The girls participating in this sport greatly outnumbered the turnfouts in previous years.
Under the able guidance of the school team, house swimming was made very exciting and
lively. Much future school material was developed from these participants. Those placing
the highest in the preliminaries qualified for the finals. In this meet, Mt. Vernon girls
piled up the greatest number of points and incidentally became the permanent possessor
of the cup. Joan of Arc was second and Jane Austen came third. The girls who were most
outstanding are: Dorothy Scott, Marie Tingstead, Isabel Witter, Betty Beyer, Mary
Porter, Doreen Collins, Grace Broquet, Isabella Caller, Phyllis Black, Helen Shearer and
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When lads no longer practice on the green
And sunny meadow we call Ferry Field,
When your familiar walls no longer lean
Above us lovingly, our hope and shield,
We will remember you, Northwestern.
When "Meet me at the Cannon" sounds no more
ln youthful earsp when we no longer swing
Across the campus for the fun in store,
The laughter, and the girls' blithe gossiping,
We will remember you, Northwestern.
When medals, plaques, and banners lose their thrill
And, in the attic, trophies gather rust:
When "red and gray" upon the last long hill
Mean autumn colors soon to trail in dust,
We will remember you, Northwestern.
When "Silver Bell" and "Sleepy Hollow Tune"
Are echoes faintly heard through piled up years:
When we forget the classmates of this June
And the goodfbyes we could not say for tears,
We will remember you, Northwestern.
When the bronze tablet with our heroes' names
Cannot be read for Time's corroding hand:
When boys no longer linger to play games
Upon the spot where now your loved walls stand,
We will remember you, Northwestern.
Fostering Mother, you are more than roof
And brick and stone, and windows to the sun!
Kindler of fires in youthful hearts, the proof
That Galahads still ride, and bays are won,
Farewell! . . . Remember us, Northwestern!
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HTGHLTGHTS CF 1930
EBRUARY: There is a quaint custom in this school of singing each morning in
the auditorium such songs as "Roses Are Shining In Picardyng and it is our shameful
duty to report that Lincoln House was severely reprimanded for harmonizing too
artistically yesterday morning. But Northwestern is a musical school, for at all
hours of the day special arrangements of popular songs may be heard coming from
the boys' locker room. All this month they have been trying to sell us Nor'f
westers, after getting us out of classes for club pictures. The camera balked at
snapping the Grey Chapter of the HifY.
ARCH: Rudy Vallee's Maine Stein Song is being sung continually by the
repeal and modification elements around school. Scandals are rife, for john
Hammer was seen at the tenth grade dance. just today there was a fire drill
while we were having an economics test. Strangely enough, everybody came back
in and got A's. Yesterday the Odds Ee? Ends surprised the school by coming out
this month. The poetry in the Colt is no worse than usual.
PRIL: Those blue polo shirts with orange ties, how they brighten up these dull
April days. But where have the girls' ankle socks disappeared? This is truly
a month of great happenings, for on one night the opera "Serenade" was presented
and the debating team won the State semifinals. Lo and behold! Wilson House
won the intramural debating trophy from a girls' house-and the Wilson athletes
blushed. Oh, cruel fate! Why makest it thou to rain during Easter vacation?
AY: It was made known to us today that we have futures before usg but let us
forget about futures. There are ball games to attend to, and occasional interviews
with grade room principals who remind us that it is very late in one's career to
let one's marks drop. And every day a person must wait hours to achieve a
tennis court. Lo, again, the polo shirts have turned to silk and Clifford Wolfe
has become a matinee idol in "What Ann Brought Home."
UNE: This is the last opportunity to use up second hand irregularity permits,
for these are hectic days. The good old R. O. T. C. today brought home several
trophies, more or less, and they may be pawned for much ready cash. And the
good old Odds and Ends received an AllfAmerican rating. The heat is terrific.
Christmas and Easter clothes are being dragged out for the "prom," Sentiment
flows right and left as Nor'westers are proffered for autographs. It is very nice
Fo linger in the halls. Can it be true that soon the portals will close against us
1930?--'Why, that was the year I graduated.
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HIGHLIGHTS of 1930
EPTEMBER. It is the day after Labor Day, but from now on every day will be
labor day. The teachers have regained their strength during vacations in Europe
and they are starting out by cracking grim jokes in class. That sunburn still
itches and it is torture to wear a tie. Already studies are interfering with foot'
ball. What we need is a good rest and plenty of chocolate sodas.
CTOBER: The teachers seem to be enjoying school very much, but it is October,
and one can't study in October. From afar comes the sounds of fiendish laughter
from club initiations. There is much cause for rejoicing, because this is the
Edison Jubilee and we have a one dayfvacation. Yesterday there was a freshman
mixer, and Harold Sieloff came to school with a tie and a clean face. The Parent'
Teacher's Association is studying child problems. We must refer to it on tomorf
row's math assignment.
OVEMBER: By this time we are wearing overcoats at the football games, and
now and then somebody's melodious voice arises from a bearskin or raccoon coat,
W-or sadly enough-rabbit. At the Olympia the "Miracle" is being presented
and Charles Rogers was so severely frightened that he stopped talking. Now
the senior class is becoming serious and its committees are infesting the school.
In a mock election Charles Bowles was elected Mayor of Detroit, while in more
important circles Charles Courville became president of the january class. The
midfsemesters loom. No school on Thanksgiving Day.
ECEMBER: One recovers but slowly from the midfsemesters and one can hope
but feebly for the Yuletide and vacation. The publications stir one's pulse a
trifle by being noted the best combination in the state, but tennis can no longer
he played, there is, as yet, no skating, and football is past. One gazes drearily at
leaden skies, and since there is nothing better to do, studies. One's delicate nerves
are wracked by musical programs in the auditorium. George Huber, it is rumored,
studied all night on New Year's Eve.
ANUARY: Wes Hurd today wrung tears from the audience of a basketball
rally and Mushy Gurman gave the audience a big laugh by showing his face.
Already the debating team is showing great powers of persuasion. But has anv-
hody noticed Belva Fritch, the people's choice, or Don Wille, Northwestern's
most generous spender? Oh, those new long dresses! What curves thereof!
How they flare in the wind!
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SAMUEL BISHOP-Domestic Science Club CD85
C2f165, Pastry Department5 Aesthetic Dancing C8f
94055 Quiet Hour Sewing Circle CI'Q5j Ladies
Home journal C85, Baby Editor5 Representative to
Baseball Umpires Protective Association C655
Champion Hair Puller5 Chiropractofs College.
NOEL DEVOID MIXEM-House of Correction5
Locker Room .Quartette C85, Sopranog janitor C955
Heavyweight Checker Team C555 janitor Roosevelt
House5 Lightweight Debating C855 Odds and Ends
janitor C1155 Advanced janitor's Training Schoo.l.
MAHULA CORNWELL-Hula Hula Club C15f
1655 House Track C115 pound shot put55 Girls'
Football Team C1f75, Secretary C855 One Hot Hour
C955 The LaPalina Girls C955 Champion Ukulele
Player C455 Woman's Detention Home.
CARL STOLL-Purple Gang C3'45, Chief Pineapple
Thr ower5 School Track C76 pound hammer thrower5
Cz-55 Varsity Poker Teamg The Alchemist Cchie
odor maker C855 Smith's Live Wire Salesman School.
SHANTY SAUNDERS-Quiet Hour Sewing
Circle C3'65j Bible Class C1f855 Recitude Club C755
Leader of Hymns C455 Prayer Leader C855 Pilgrims
Progress C85, Female Lead5 Chariman Soul Savers
Committee5 Aimee Sernple McPherson's School
FERDINAND SIELOFF-Reform School5 Tappaf
Hafaflfeg, Chief Tapper5 Intra-mural Necking
C3'955 Walljiower on Dancing Team C155 Cheer'
leader Roosevelt House5 Chief Thunder Maker in
Macbeth5 Sing Sing Institute.
Y. EASTMAN BOOZER-Coon Sanders Night
Hawks, Firs Oboe Player5 String Sluartette CSaxaf
phone55 Music Editor, Shoemaker's .Quarterly
General Motor Family Party C855 Lucky Strike
FILBERT PEAKE-'Yes Man's Club C7l, Chief
Wrist Patter5 Soda jerkers C755 Daily Refreshment
Chairman C1'755 Beatrice Fairfax Column, Colt
C1-751 'tHe Who Gets Slapped"'.C455 Nursemaid
Training Institute5 Business.
MARY PORTER-Engagement Breakers' Club
C1-855 Fiancee to Hifl'-Red Chapter5 Girls joy
Riders CQ'lO'I 155 joke Censor, Odds and Ends C155
"Nellie, The Beautiful Sewing Machine Girl" C855
None Cum Laude5 Electoral College.
MUSHY GORMAN-Carrot Munchers C355
Lettuce Nibblers C4li Chief Chef5 Golf Team
CCaddy55 Bantamweight Debating C9f1o55 "The
Phantom of the Opera" C355 Barber College.
SIMEON FORCEPS VELICK-Backward Child-
ren's School5 Society for the Prevention of Home-
work C55, Treasurer C855 Illustrius Latin Student's
Guild C1f1155 Wornarfs Home Companion C855
Daily Tagablatt C055 "Neither Maid, Wife, Nor
Widow" C855 Chairman Boy's Garter Com'
mittee5 Lost Souls Redemption Bureau.
DAVID ORIFICE SCOTT-Head Chauffeurg
School Track CTwo Mile High Hurdles C351 Editor
Daily Check List C4f555 "Ex-Wife" C75, Male Lead5
Senior Dues Collector5 Osteopath University.
LOVE MARGARTE MARY-Three Hours For
Lunch Club C1'1055 Treasurer C955 Billiard Team
C455 Girls jui jitsu Wrestling Team C855 Student
Council C855 Head Womna, "Babes in uoy-land"
COne of the Babes55 Correspondence School.
MARVIN BRUTUS CHRISTIANSON-Back
ward Latin Class C1-955 Girls jack Team CHalf-
jark55 School Baseball CBench Representative5 485:
Norwester, Fly Leaf Editor C455 "Little Miss
Mufetng Green's Old Folks Home.
REBBECA KURTZ-Doty5 Woman's Suffrage
League C3f455 DeltafHanda-Poker C1f2f3f4f5f6-7f8f
95, As- sistant President5 Girls' Wrestling Team
C355 "After Dark" C855 "La Giocondau C11f12-
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EPIC BLOSS-ParentfTeachers Association C455
Dishonorable Society C9 semesters55 Underwear
Salesmen's Club C455 House Mascot C1f2'3f4fgf6'7
8-9f1o55 "Ten Nights in a Barroomn C855 Chairman
Investigation Committee5 Pan Handler's Trade
ELIXIR VALMORE-Geometry Student's Co'
operative Association, Corresponding Secretary5
School Track C15-'Yard Dash55 Pershing House
Gazzatte C45, Head Man5 "Love Will Find A
Way" C85, Male Lead5 Deaf and Dumb Institute.
ANNIE MAY HUGHES-R. O. T. C.5 Ladies
Auxiliary, Substitute Pass Word Makerg Girls'
Boxing Team C455 Maxwell House Coffee Sippers
C955 The Importance of Being Earnest C855 McPher-
son's Beauty College.
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THE SOCIETY EOR THE PREVENTION
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to the members by the club, instead of
Homework, formerly the Anti'Vice vice versa. The club motto is. do not do
Association, is made up of all the 15 today what you can do tomorrow. The
semester men of Northwestern. The club president of the club assigns one member
meets twicea day and dues are distributed to do his homework each day.
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Suits of avy lue
for Graduation f
Double Breastecl Suits
are in goozl clemancl illltl the
coat looks sowell when worn
B K cn. with white flannel trousers.
ln single breasted style also
"Hire Brirk ox Quality and Cl1ararIf'r" with two pair of trousers
12844 Greenfield Ave S25 ts
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Hogurt h 4600
0 U I533Wushington Blvd.
Wilber F. l,0rku'nml, Clasx of 'Z-I
Adioininq Hotrl Statler
BELLE ISLE MILK
Famous Jersey Ice Cream
is used daily in over 100,000 homes
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XN'nlnut ....., 1793 Longfellow ...... 2000 Melrose ...... 4200
Rc-clforcl ...... 0460 Hogarth ..,..... 9556 Arlington ..... 4420
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FERRY FIELD THEATRE
Grand River at Grand Blvd.
Czlrrosxfronz gVorlh'w1'sl1'rn lligh Sfhoolj
PRESENTING THE BETTER TALKING PICTURES
A Motz'0n Pirture Theatre that is a Credit to the Community
llffice Employment . . .
is congenial. It is well paid at the start and it affords excellent opportunities for
advancement to those who are thoroughly qualihed. You can qualify for a good
position in our Day or Evening School.
Complete high school and college course if you can. But include, by all means,
practical training in accounting, shorthand, stenotypy, bookkeeping, typewriting or
calculator that will enable you to answer the question, "Whal Can You Do!"
lVlany college graduates have difficulty in finding employment because they cannot.
answer this question.
Woodward Avenue Branch, 4709 Woodward at Forest, Detroit
joy Road Branch, 5040 Joy Road at Grand River, Detroit
East Side Branch, 3240 Gratiot at Mack, Detroit
Other Branches in Pontiac and Saginaw
Main School. Entire Institute Bldg.,
1333 Cass Avenue. Detroit
"Michigan's Largest Business and Secretarial School"
If you are interested in business training, plan to visit The Business Institute school near-
est you. Or Phone Randolph 6534 for latest prospectus of courses.
Metal and Wood Circular Saws -:- Mitre
and Dado Heads -:- Planer Knives
Paper Knives -:- Wood and Metal
Band Saws -:- Shear Blades
Hack Saws -:- Files
SAW Xt SPEClAlTY CCRP.
and Shear Blades Ground
937 Larned Street. East
TASTY PIITATC CHIPS
Tfafsftfy Shoe String Potatoes
The Tasty Line
1570 HOLBROOK AVE., DETROIT
Phone Northway 2304
MICHIGAN PCTATO CHIP
Our process of manufacture makes our chips very
light and easily digested. Guard your health and
eat The Tasty Brand.
ate receiving these charmin
oung children. They are so simple
rang ment. yet preci s I i
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M 0 th e r
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Mothers appreci g gifts
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Distance no object. We can deliver flowers any
where the Mercury Way fguarantecd servicej
In our Famous
Chocolate lcc Frcam
FREESE INSURANCE AGENCY BENSURVS fff0'flfAN"7
ESTABLISHED mm Royal Dutch C hocolatc
is used cxvlusivcly.
The Stfoh Products C0-
909 E. Elizabeth St.
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GRAND BLVD. AT HAMILTON
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Joseph S. Ga, nler'
COMPLETE SERVICE PRINTER
3101 Monroe Ave.. cor. McDougall Phone Fitzroy 4500-1 Detroit, M
42 MILWAUKEE WEST
D0 You Know Alva llunn?
Why not drop in and get acquainted ? He wants you to know the
facts concerning his Jewelery business. Here are a few of them:
Values here that will create no end of comment . . . Prices of great
significance to economical shoppers . . . lntense valuefgiving on
quality merchandise . . . He is outdoing all competition with
prices . . . Value, for value, price for price, you will do better
here . . . Let your visit to this Store be a treasure hunt
for excellent values . . .You hit the bull's eye every
time you makea purchase at this Store. . . Prices
Detroit here that put no trying task on your purse. , . One ofthe
Associated Low price is the favorite candidate here Five
Jewelers . . .The sky is the limit in valuefgiving Stores
ALVA IlUNN'S JEWELRY S'l'0llE
And Optical Department
23 'Ii?"1i'L.'lusLTZZZ 4614 GRAND RIVER AT FOURTEENTH Glxndale 7334
0UR INSURANCE . . .
J. Leslie Clark
Class of '30
CITIZENS MUTUAL i DORR W. FRISBEE AGENCY
AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. 30:1-iFleor
Howell, Mich. David Stott Building
E take pleasure in congratulating the June l930
Class at Northwestern. . .and to extend sincere
good wishes for your happiness, and for success
in whatever undertaking next comes your way.
1225 - 1235 WOODWARD AVENUE
We specialize ,d,,,.,.4 s f
on repairs of Strap ,,,,,,,'f10h,l-Tsliio.
and Bracelet Watches 1 , Lf gflfll Q X
. . . also Jewelry repairing
Special discount to
High School Students
lvilliam J. Trost
306 Capitol Park Bldg.
Griswold and State Street
Phone RAndolph 1506
Ask Edward Bl ss. who is our Sp i l
Rep K tive about us.
All kinds of
Salt Water Fish
i and all kinds of
l Sea Food
THE L. SOLOMON FISH CO.
Wholesale and Retail
18 BROADWAY MARKET-DETROIT
RAndolph 1689 - 0417 - 1741
Two llumlrod and Tllirty-fivo High School
Iiraulualios Iinrollod Last Ye-au' . . .
They chose the D.l3.U. Secretarial and Business Admin-
istration courses for one or several of the following reasons
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2nd and 3rd floors
Grand River Ave.
park place over Millers
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QUALITY AND SERVICE
1472 Adelaide St.
Caille Motor Co.
Phone Rand. 3781
City Sales Room 6210 Second Blvd.
Represented by HARRY VREELAND Class nf 1921
:- Wcyhing Bros. -'
Official Jewelry to the
Northweyierfz Hzglz Selzool
Michigan's Leading Manufacturer of
EMBLEMATIC GOODS, CLASS PING, RINGS
GRADUATING MEDALS, PRESENTATION
JEWELS, TROPHIES, ETC.
Speezkzl Derzgns amz' Samples on Applz'eaZz'on
MAIN OFFICE ANU SALESROOM
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