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Page 46 text:
LFTTERMAN' s CLUB '
This year the Letterman's club had five veteran
basket ball players back to get it going. Even though
there were a lot of old members back it took the new
lettermen to start its activities.
Before the new plryurs could do anything they
had to wait for the Basket Bell Benquft to give
them a letter to place on their sweaters making them
The Club started a new precedent by electing
whft they considered the all around best player chos-
en on five points: sportsmanship, defensive player,
offensive player, team-work, and training quality. The
boys elected this member, choosing Ellsworth Warman.
Mac showed his feeling toward this by giving Ellsworth
a check. w
' The boys in turn showed their appreciation of
Nacfs work by giving him the fender markers you may
have seen on his car.
A scholarship co mittee, composed of four members
Walter Hopkins, Fred Burnett, Edward Nollmeyer, and
Charles Grey were chosen from the personnel of the
TorchJHonor Society, with the main duty of promoting
high scholastic standing among students.
Among other duties are the selecting Salutatorian
and Valedictorian, averaging grades and affixing names
to Honor Roll.
Aiming for the highest in various branches of
learning and pushing to the fore the fine arts of
knowledge and scholastic efforts would be fitting mot-
toes of this Scholarship Committee.
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1 I V
THIS YEAR'S ADMINISTRATION
Bang! Bang! Bang! Please don't te alarned. It's
only Ray Schillereff trying to keep the Freshmen in ord-
er during student lady meeting. As president that is on-
ly one of his numerous duties. It takes all the persua-
siveness that Treasurer Bob Lynn can muster and his most
winning smile to induce the students to pay-up on their
student boiy tickets. As the Wkeaper cf the minutesn
Walter Hopkins is Hefficiency personified.' The vice-
president harn t much to do but Ed Borg will see that it
is Well done.
Fun? The Freshman reception, basketball banquet,
and the school picnic furnish food f in the material and
literal senses J for entertainment.
Business? The annual, Lomoag the school paper, Hi-
Logg the class play, operetta, and the basketball games.
To help us refrain from blushing, when talking to a
large groupg train us to stand still and not twist our-
selves into knots of emharrassment, are some of the aims
of the student lody meetings: There should be no knock-
ers in high school for everyone has a chance to express
himself in student body meetings and if he doesn't it is
just his hard iucxznvp
AS THE EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS
NLet's get down to business now,N Ray Schillereff,
Chairman of the executive board, tactfully reminds the
other members. y M
The duty of the board is to keep 'things humming,
They have their eye or eyes on everything and on every-
one. The board is oomposed of all the more important of-
ficers in high schoolg the officers of the student body
Ray Schillereff, Bob Lynn, Ed Borg, and Walter Hopkinsg
the athletic manager, Milton Neherg the chairman of the
Scholarship committee, Warren Pauly the literary manager
and the social chairmang the editor of the annual and of
the paper, Walter Hopkins and Carol Borg, respectivelyg
class presidents, Alfred Fuller, Warren Paul, Fred Bur-
nett, Lyle Tarmang Club presidents, Carol Borg and Ells-
worth Warman, respectively.
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Some one or some ones have to take care of the
money--see that the Freshmen don't spend tee much and
that the seniors hate enough to spend,
This work is left up to the Finance Committee and
the Student Body Tressurer.and if they misosleulate or
give the underelassmon too much of the Wwhore-with-allu
it nonft be lens before they hear about it from ithe
Juniors and Seniors. The success of 'ttis cmnwittes is
largely duo to the efforts of the Student Body Treasurer,
Bob Lynn. His struggles' in gc-ming the students to
Wpay-upn on the student body tickets till make him sym-
pethize with the collector.
Thumers, of the co mittce are .composed of all the
class- tressurers, club treesurers, student body tree-
urer and the President. Usmhers this year are: Elaine
Henfclos, girls club trcssurcfg Frank Neher, Boy's club
treasursrg Bob Plata, Freshamen classy La Vern Hills
Sophomore classg Ellsworth Yermsn, Junior Clsssg Milton
Ncher,.Senier classg Bob Lynn, Student Treasurerg Ray
Sshillereff, student Eddy President.
And the result of many heated and eencentrstive
meetings is s new, different and revised budget. A
close bit of budgeting too. It seems that the under-
elassmon oouldn't be given too much money for fear that
they might hurt themselves--iE.99--just Lnough so as to
teseh them hor to be Nscotchu and are th:y learning!
Tha Junior and Seniors having learned all shout nfinen--
ccsn in their young and tender years are new given the
lionfs share, 225.91 and f47.82, respectively.. The an-
nusl has been proven to he the most fzpensive item in
Ei-School costing 0lll.58. The Hi-Log is much cheaper'-
f27.9C. Then of course one must not forget the banquets-
--foed eating--altogether they cast the A.S.P.H.S. fZ4.46
lot of money to est up---isn't it?' The his thing in
P4H.S. basketball ian allowed 240.65 under this plan.
New there's a big mistake or is it? The emrnitto evi--
dently telieting that girls are beautiful hut dumb
Kif you will notice there is only one girl on the com-
mitteE slloted them s meagre paltry little sum of
'5.Q9. The boys club evidently has more pull and they
are given Q7.97. For miscellaneous expenses 577.72 was
to be had.. '
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