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HE ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOO
J u n i o r I-I i - Y
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NINETEEN TXVENTY-FOUR MIRROR
The Hi-Y Service Cup
"The Oldest Trophy in the School"
HEN the Hi-Y Club at an assembly presented to Roosevelt High
School this beautiful silver trophy, to be known as the Hi-Y Ser-
vice Cup, the first start was made toward the trophy case of the
future, and a worthy tradition was established in thus making the first
cup .in that trophy case an award for outstanding character and loyal
This Service Cup will be engraved annually with the names of one
boy and one girl who during that year have best lived out in their own
school life the purpose of the Hi-Y Club: "To create, maintain, and ex-
tend, throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian
character." In time there will be on this cup a list of Roosevelt's notables
who during their stay here contributed in a large way to the establish-
ment of high ideals and honorable traditions for the school.
Awarding of this trophy is based upon the following: moral char-
acter, scholarship, citizenship, sportsmanship, length and consistencyof
service rendered, all-around participation in school activities, personality,
punctuality, and initiative. Selection of each year's winners was placed in
the hands of a committee of the faculty composed, of department heads.
When the cup was presented, on behalf of the Hi-Y Club, by Mr.
R. E. Overmire of the South Town Y. M. C. A., Mr. Philip Carlson
insisted that as first principal of Roosevelt High he should be allowed to
pay for the first trophy in this school. His name will appear on the base
of the cup.
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NINETEEN TVVENTY-FOUR MIRROR
STANLEY TRUAX - - - - - Prrsidf-nt
STANLEY HOLNIES - - Vice-Presizlent
ERNEST SWANSON - - ---- - Secretary and Treasurer
HE Roosevelt Radio Club is an organization in which the members
experiment with radio hook-ups, build sets, and knock down old sets.
The purpose of the club is to create in the school an interest
in, radio work and to give those who are interested in radio an oppor-
tunity to learn more about it.
lNlr. Gilmore and lXfIr. Lundgren have helped furnish the club with
equipment. Plans for a radio set to be used by the club and the school
have been made. Two members of the club have been chosen to Work
on a three-tube single circuit receiver. Plans for a loud speaker to go
with the radio set are now under way. I
The Radio Club has twenty-Hve members and two faculty advisors
and approximately two-hundred dollars' Worth of equipment. The or-
ganization meets every Tuesday after school in room 152.
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