Towson High School - Sidelights Yearbook (Towson, MD)

 - Class of 1929

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I V 1 1 1 4 i 1 I 1 'WW CLASS MOTIF Aeroplane Class Oh our qoal zs aczalron Our ambrtzon IS to soar We love the swzft propellors And the smolzzna exhaust s roar We love the flashzng wzngs Of a plane zn mid azr flzqht And we love the sullen roar Cl ASS MOTTO On hlaclz the slazd hue of LL SllO!77 Lce u,1ll emblazon the aold of out achzevements Poem lhen lhree cheers for avzalronl Wag rt arou, rn every way May we all be perfect pzlots On some brzqht future day We can t all he ltke Lmdbergh But we cull never never stop In our efforts to be llke htm And three cheers for 7 owson seniors Of the Class of Twenty Nzne Such a jolly bunch of students From a school that IS so fine XVe u,1ll e er be true to fou,son And to :ts splendid faculty YVho have guzded us through hrgh school Molded us for what we ll be ANINA DAVIS CLASS YELI HOOoooooooooRAHl I-IOOoooooooooRAHl HOOoooooooooRAl-Il Hlgh School Hlgh School Yea' Hxgh School Hlgh School Yea' IS Rah' Hobble Cobble Rlbble Robble' IS Boom Bah' Z9 Rahl Rh a CLASS FLOWER CLASS COLORS Oflemal POPPU Black and Cold O00 I v Yq.l l 29' x "TJ 'YJ ll S. f so ,a In the dark, silent night. And Io soar ro the top. l S' ' so V S f i 5' r f '29f" T . a ffRhfT ' 1 ci - kr -Ol if A J MARGARET CECELIA ALLEN Academic Course Glee Club f4J Latln ub ll! 129 All Class Teams 119 2 433 149 Class Entertainment l Z9 39 Varsity Obstacle Relay Q33 Mu eues make pzctures uhen they are shut HE curtam rrses and we present Mrss Margaret Allen 1n the role of Merely Margy an Awfully Sweet Gxrl Drd someone mentlon that she was quxetp If so he does not know her She rs all enthuslasm and pep yet very dependable Her success m l1fe IS a fore gone conclusxon My Countru GRACE WEAVER ALLMAN Commerclal Course Class I leldball C19 Class Basketball 29 3 ass X olley ball 129 French Club Q29 A aood friend a fazthful friend A true friend Indeed RACE not only bel1eves m the motto What IS worth domg xs worth domg well but she practlces tt too She re gards her work as a pleasure and thus escapes the drudgery of rt Lucky are we to clalm her as our comrade Her twmklmg eyes begullmg smxle and sun ny drsposmon have won our love Good Nzght' FRANKLIN JENIFER BAYNE Academtc Course All Class Teams CID L m u 431 Track Team Q19 XVhat s the use o spmnm words As ine as stlhen thread' E thmk that Bayney must be one of those natural born comedtans you read about for his wltty remarks are al ways the cause of laughter m class He s rather handy at solvmg math problems too Bayney IS a good athlete as well as a good sport H orsef eat hers ' O60 22 ,:.' , J x. .- T 5 ct . 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Y Y h l Cr' Rf uf' JOSEPH EUGENE BECK Commercial Course Varsity Track Q25 Cass Soccer Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45 French Club Q25 Class Speedball Q15 Q25 35 No! perlect nay but full of render deeds IN Towson High School parlance the name Gene Beck is a synonym for all things meaning true blue comrade ship This young man is exceedingly even tempered and terrlbly honest about everything He possesses a fascinating smile and a manner whlch invites con fldence That s a fine thmg to ash me JASPER MAUDUIT BERRY JR Academic Course Class Soccer Ql Q25 Q35 Q45 Class Basketball l Class Entertainment Q15 Q25 Q3 Officer of Whatever skeptic could mquzre For everu why he had a wherefore AUDEY has that divme power of being able to win the affections of nu merous members of the faculty there fore we all envy him We also envy h1m for his ability to get good marks without much effort His favorite pas times are eating arguing and loafnng and the greatest of all these is argumg Scares me' CAROLINE LILLIAN BLUME Commercial Course Class Volleyball l Q25 Q35 Class Fleldball Q15 25 Q35 Class Basketball Q15 Q25 As good as she looks fx HE S not afraid to smile' This the reason Caroline makes friends so easily and keeps them without any effort on her part She is a very capable sten ographer and one whose work is usually accurate Caroline is liked by everyone mcludmg the faculty Is that mce now? as O90 E231 5 nu r '33 ex 2 ' , , Y , 1 I . . . , - Q Q45. .. , - ,U ' - 5 . . DQ 5. Athletic Association Q45. Latin Club Q15 Q25. c 5 . ' ' 4 is ' ' RUTH ELIZABETH BOONE Academxc Course Orchestra C23 C33 ee Club C23 3 C4 IE ball C43 All Class Teams C13 C23 C33 Latin Club C13 C2 Staff 4 As frank as ram on cherry blossoms OONIE IS just hke the sun after an Aprll shower so brxght and gay that It IS lmp0SSlbl2 to feel depressed when one ns near her Besndes bemg a star athlete Boonle IS our talented plamst whose servlces are greatly 1n demand at dances Glee Club and operettas Oh say' CATHERINE FOSSETT BORTNER Academxc Course French Club C23 I atm Club C33 C43 Class Entertamment C33 Vars1tv Dodgeball C13 Class Field C Chorus Her eqes were deeper than the deprh ATHERINE IS an attractrve little per son who can fllng a handful of mrrth mto the gloomxest group and change thelr desoondency mto the mirrors of her own smlle Catherme rs mterested m everythmg more or less more m horses and less ln Latm and phYS1CS Honest to John i EDITH ELEANOR BORTNER Academxc Coure I atm Club C13 C23 Class Fxeldball C13 C23 Class Volley C 3 Varslty Dodgeball l C 23 Class Entertamment C13 C23 C33 A Ialzsman of prrceless worth -a oyal frrend DITH 1S just So Blg but her cheery smlle and sunny dxsposltlon over balance her lack of stature If we can t End Edlth we look for Dot or Helen and Edith IS sure to be near Frank smcere k1nd what a wonderful frlend she makes' Oh Ham' O90 l24l lg - I - l T 447. GI ' 4 5 9. F' ld- mm. ' ' 3. C 1. ball' 13. Cl3. ' - of waters s!1'll'd at even." ball 13 rz . A ' ' C 3 ro Cf U war' LOUIS ELLIOT BOWEN Academic Course All class teams ill l J Basketba l-H Trac Soccer 45 Glee Club 133 Jumor Basketball UH Love and reyozce For time has nauqht rn store AUSE gentle reader and gaze upon Lou a real merrymaker Good natured and congemal never permnttmg anythmg to worry hlm-especrally hrs studles Lou IS lxked by the entnre class He IS an athlete of no mean abnllty and excels on the cxnder path Ah Mtss Balls MARIE FRANCES THEA BREWSTER Academnc Course Class Fneldball Latm Club ofncer ill Latin Club Class entertamment CU 135 You Luke It C35 Executive Commlttee Staff C45 Petite and churmzna folly and sweet Wtth a genume smzle for all whom she meets EST lnttle boss ln the world' What could be a better txtle to grve thus damtv senlor for whenever we need an eflicxent leader we always call on Bruce She possesses both personallty and ablllty Some day we expect to hear of her teachmg world w1de p0llIlCS You would' MARY RIDGELY BROWN Commercxal Course Latm Club Ill L27 Chorus 123 She speaketh lzltle and yet there Iles a conversatton m her eues ARY IS a good sport dependable and slncere Her quiet and studxous ways have helped her to become adept nn bookkeepmg and stenography B sxdes bemg an eflicnent commercxal stu dent Brownxe excels m Domestxc Scrence We have no doubt of the fu ture success of one who IS so consclentl ous and persevermg Oh my senses o:--- ceo IZS I f 'Sf av: C tzm tw 4. 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' ' tn. .a . , . e- ., ,,, I kv NJ NJ JO!-In BONNEK DUCK Academnc Course Class 9 ccer C41 Class Basketball C41 Varsxty Tennis C4 Staff C41 Hxs humor gemal as the noonday sun Quzckens our pulses HIS br1l11ant classmate descended upon us from Connectxcut where the Bahston Engltsh language IS spoken John IS one of those rare unfortunates who never get a grade lower than an A He IS not a grmd elther but takes an actlve part m athletlcs John s scm tlllatrng wut has brlghtened many dull moments nn class Suttznly not DOROTHEA BURGESS Academxc Course All Class Teams C31 C4 Class Entertalnment C31 Decora non Commtttee C31 Regma C41 Latm Club C31 C41 Lxhe the summer rose Tha! opens to the mornmg sky PARKLING eyes tnfecttous laugh ter and an underlymg stram of serxous ness have helped to make Dot so popu lar Although she has been wtth us for only two years she has frxends a start lmg number of them because she IS such a good mixer She IS also a Latm stu dent par excellence Y u egg' JEAN BURKE Academnc Course Latln Club C11 C21 French Club C31 Class Fxeldball C41 Decoratxon Committee C31 Class Entertainment C11 Roman Dance C21 A frzendly heart wzth lots of frzends EAN surely gets the spice out of hfe She never misses anythmg-except class Jean IS athletxc and IS especnally fond of tenms and swlmmxng Good natured and smxlmg Jean s presence rad lates good fellowshlp I thought that was nght O90 26 gl ff' N .- , U - . .r, . " I , ll ' Il l l 0 H ,, - - . ' Y . . . , . . Il ' fl - ., C 3 y - , - , - , . ll ll O . H - - - .. . CS. 1 . . , , - ll ' ll Cf KK 5.4-' JOHN EDWIN BURKHARDT Commercral Course Class Soccer C15 C2 L33 f4l Class Speedball ill C ass asketball L I l 3 Lam Club ill Q25 Cheerfulness ts the prmctpal mgredaent tn the composition of health URKY rs the youth who halls from Fullerton Hrs favorrte pastrmes seem to be playmg the saxophone and tellmg hrs experrences to anyone who w1ll lrsten If he can t talk you mto thmk1ng the way he does hell laugh and before you know lf he has cornered you He has such an mfectrous guffaw' Who sazd so? HARRY LINGAN CAPLES JR Academrc Course All Class Teams CID K4 Glee Clu Q31 Execu trve Commrttee 133 141 Latm Club Ltfe rs not so short but there ts aluaus ttme for courtesq ARRY IS no brrllrant scholar but a normal oerson with the usual amount of abrlrty He works wrth steadmess and oatrence that must fmally brmg hrm successfully to some goal Do not con cerve the rdea that he props hrs feet on the waste basket nrghtly and burns the mrdnrght oxl he lrkes fun and a good trme as well as anyone Thats all stuff' RUTH CONWAY CAPLES Academlc Course Latm Club HJ KZ Glee Club OJ Q41 Staff Q45 All Class Teams CU C21 Q35 Q4 As a wrt rf not first In the very first lme 18 Ruth breezes along she rs a prcture of nonchalance She arrrves about 9 15 but rn sprte of her frequent mornmg vrsrts to the office she retarns her cheery smrle Ruth s dry humor rs a constant source of merrrment She bubbles she eifervesces and we love her for rt I don t care ct O60- l27l N f 'ff fx ' I 5 . ' 425 l 431. 1 B czm cy. 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' 5. . 3' . .P , ' 'WW Suv HAZEL ROSE CARTER Academrc Course Orchestra KZB Lat Club ill C25 Executlve Committee f2J Class Freldball 145 Class Enter taxnment C13 C25 Never Idle a moment but thrifty and thoughtful of others AZEL possesses such adm1rable tralts as patience sympathy and lndus try She does her work well and by steady apphcatxon achleves envlable grades as a result Her serious mxen ns belxed by her frequent laugh and an un derlylng stram of good humor W predlct a br1ll1ant success ln anythmg Hazel undertakes Oh my dear' WALTER LEO CLARK Academlc Course Class Speedball C15 Q31 Class Soccer C4J He srts llke patrence on a monument Smzlmq at grzef ALM complacent never ruffled al ways smxlmg thats Doc He never worrres about anythlng and takes thxngs as they come We wager that he d get better marks xf he d burn a l1ttle more mldmght o1l however he manages to get along quxte well Gosh V ERNEST JACOB CLASS Academnc Course Class Soccer CID I ench Club C22 Latin Club KH C41 Who knows nothrng base RNEST IS always ready and w1ll1ng to do anyone a favor and consequently many of us feel lndebted to hlm H IS usually seen and not heard except when an agrncultural subject IS dlscussed and then he IS m his glory We predxct that he will take up farmxng as hrs lnfe s work Whatta ya know? O60 8 ' l J' X .' ., ,. ln- - 5 l in , ' ' ,, l I Y Y - ' r , . . C U .. . . C 7 1 I - . . , , . , . U - . -,fu , V If ., 'r . ' . . . C , . . . . , . lf 7 PY . 1 7 A- - h Cf' Kf N-if FREDERICK TALBOTT COCKEY Academlc Course All Class Teams 1 l 5 lass Treasurer 125 ack 1 15 Basketball 135 ccer135 4 latm ub1li On u.1th the dance Ao sleep t1Il morn lllhen youth und pleasure meet AZE upon the benlgn countenance ot one of Amerlca s future generals One glance at FIIIZ s BCIIVIIICS wlll prove how valuable he has been to Towson You can depend upon hlm to laugh to re spond to a sntuatron and to make amus mg comments Good luck to you Fr1t7 Well Dzd I bus out laugh: DOROTHY ELAINE COLE Commercxal Course Class Teams 115 ln Club I5 25 Glee Club 125 135 145 Entertamment Com Oh Romeo Romeo Wherefore ar thou Romeo RE you askmg why Dot IS so popular? That s not hard to explain In the gentle art of dancmg she has no nval and rn the Glee Club she IS a lrfe member Although Dot would lxke to study the day IS not qulte long enough for both work and play Isnt he preczous' MARTIN EPHRAIM CORNMAN Academxc Course All Class Teams rack 11 2 1n lub 125 13 145 Treas urer of Larm Club 135 Staff 145 Glee Club 145 Oh blesl u.1th temper u.hose unclouded faq Can make lomorrow cheerful as to day E who know Corny admire him for hrs even good natured d1spos1t1on and all round good qualltres I-I IS a splendrd student a renowned athlete and a sterlmg frlend Martm rs one of the few lucky mortals who are admrred by both the faculty and students Glue yourself up' CPQCD l29 X f N ex ' 125 ram 145. 'C . Tr 1251351-15. . So 1 m. , ' Cl 125, 'll 1 ' ' 'n'1" 125 135. Lat' ' 1 .1 . mittee up 125 135. .. , g. t K . . 115 121 135145,.T mmm 145. I.at'. C 5 . - I .. u e. G Y l if NJ NJ BLANCHE CAL DONIA CROWDER Commercxal Course F ldball 1l 5 125 s et all 135 all 1 l Dodgeball 1l 5 I atm Club 1l5 Thy tonque zs a pen of a readu unter LANCHE wrll long be remem bered for her charmmg personalrty sta brlrty of character and strarghtforward ness Her propensrty for blushmg ns the bane of her exrstence Blanche de serves honorable mentron for bemg the early brrd of the commercral class she arrrves every morning at exactly ten mmutes after erght My stars ' ANNA VIRGINIA DAVIS Academxc Course All class teams 1l5 1 5 Fxecutrve Commuter. rn Club 1 l 5 guna 125 135 Class Secretary Pro Tem 3 ass I ntertamment 125 Knott lerlqe IS power J SK Anna she knows Thrs ex pressxon IS often heard because Anne re members thrngs that everyone else for gets Obtammg As IS an mevrtable hablt of hers I-Ier asplratlons lean to ward more educatron probably a Ph D such ambrtron 1S as laudable as lf rs unusual For Petes sake DORIS AYER DONNELL Academic Course Staff 145 All Class cams 11 Varsity Dodgeball 1 l 5 EXECUIIVE Committee 125 nn u 145 srty Basketball 145 Volleyball 145 Her azr had a meamnq Her mocements a arace one were trymg to sur up some thmg very nxce one would probably take deep brown eyes a vrvacxous man ner a crlsp Marne accent add a dash of frlendlmess for SDICG and call rt Dons She IS an excellent student as well as a fine athlete For Heaven s sake O90 30 .af 5' x ' h ' . ie 135145. Bak b 1l5125 .Vol- Ieyb 5 125 135. , O . ' 125 3 145. Q ' ' - 1-25. Lat' 125135145.Re- 1 5. Cx '2 ' -135. Staff 145. 'rc a yr: 'ra , 5 125. 135 145.. 1 " 135. Lar' Clb1l51Z5135 .Var F . . - Pa l 015304-A RAYMOND FRANCIS DUGAN Commercial Course All Class Teams Q25 Q35 Q 5 Varsity Basketball 45 Orchestra Q15 2 3 Glee Club Q35 Q45 Cheer Leader 35 Q45 Class President Q15 25 Q45 Presldent Athletic Assocratxon Our leader frank and bold BIT o song lots o fun plenty o pep and a great deal of executnve abrl ity characterxze J xmmre our Semor Presx dent who deserves a medal for gurdmg us so well for four years He rs also our Fritz Krersler and hopes to attam fame someday w1th hrs fiddle You re crazy' MARKELL WARNER DUVALL Academnc Course Class Soccer Q35 45 He fills hrs llfetzme wtth deeds No! mactrue years ARNER rs one of our most mdus tr1ous and dependable boys H IS a real student too It would be hard to find a more consclentlous young man than Warner I-Irs qulet unassuming nature causes hum to be well lnked by all hrs classmates I dont know MIRIAM JOANNE EBERT Academxc Course La rn Club Q15 Class Fxeldball Q25 Glee Club Q45 Class Entertainment Q35 Pmafore 45 And once the uoung heart of a maxden rs stolen The maiden herself wzll steal after lt soon OOKIN for an all round com pamon? Let us recommend Mlm-our combnnatron of talent amb1t1on fun and dreams She IS studnous and pos sesses an unselfish spmt accompanied by a contaglous smlle and a merry glggle Mmam expects to contmue her studles at Peabody next year I ll bzte O00 I3 x f lf A . w I l Q15 4 f ' Q25 Q35 Q - Q 5 Q5 Q45. . Q25 Q - ' Q C35 l . . . . Q45. ' , Q . Class Speedball Q15 Q25 Q35 Q45. ' . e' A ' ' . r' . 6 Q ll if NJ '53 MIL DRED ELIZABETH ECKERT Commerc1al Course All Class Teams Entertamment om m1 tee ill Latm Club ill 2 To eat and to drmh and to be merry IL S greatest asset IS her person al1ty Can anyone say that he ever talked to M11 when she d1d not have a sm1le on her face or a Joke on her tongue? No of course not She IS always 1n a jOVl3l mood We are constantly re mmded of her presence by some remark w1se or otherw1se Imagme V WALTER FRANKLIN EDWARDS Commerc1al Course Class Basketball C25 C35 Class Soccer l2j 13 Class Entertamment C11 121 OJ Glee Club C41 French Club 121 EAR reader meet the class come d1an From the moment of h1s arrxval WhlCh IS seldom before 9 o clock hlS w1t and pranks contmually br1ng forth peals of laughter But Walter can be SCIIOUS and 1S espec1al1y adept at shorthand when these spells attack hxm So help me Oscar' LUDWIG EGER Commerc1al Course Class Soccer CU C31 Class Basketball 1 l P Q21 a1n Club ill 123 Rex 125 Execu KIVC Commnttee ill 425 133 Glee Club Staff t4 An absolute qentleman full of the mos! ex cellent dzfferenres of ueru soft sorrety and great shou.1ng ERE lad1es and gentlemen IS a model of what the well dressed man should wear Twlgger IS a dashmg lad perfectly 1rres1st1ble when on conquest bent He IS one of the sh1n1ng stars 1n the Glee Club and the possessor of the loudest laugh 1n IVC Oh my' OQO 32 ' I 13' x ' ' u A 'T' I 5 . l um rzm um 141. ' ' c - ' 't . ' f J. cn L. ' 1 441. "Theu say, best men are moulded out of faults." czm . ' R 433. L t' . . . - cw 141. 5. ' fo l Cfjiuvbl DOROTHY LOUISA EHL ERS Academnc Course Glee Club Q43 Var snty Volleyball Q 3 l Class Fxeldball Q15 Q2 Q35 Q4l Class Basketball QU 7 ass Volleyball Q l l QU A frrend IS u.orth all hazards ue can run OT 15 one of our best mathematnc mans For four years we lesser mortals have envled her splendld marks rn that subject She makes frxends wxth every one she meets and we can safelv say that she wnll leave T H S wlth the frxendshnp of everyone she has known there Oh my soul FRANCES MARIE EVANS Academxc Course I tm Club Qll Q71 Q45 lrench Club Q33 Class I-ncld Q2l Q45 Athletic Clu Dodgeball Qll lf our hearts are cheeru HIN a member of 29 rs nn need of a frxend he usually turns to Marle She is an asset especrally to those lnter ested m the Classxcs for she surely can translate Latm Mane s frlendlmess and s1ncer1ty are two of her finest attrxbutes lsnt that dumb? DOROTHY FERGUSON Academnc Course Varsxty Dodgeball nn lub Ql Class Entertamment Q3l Class Reporter She shapes her speech all salter fine Because she lotes rt so ERGY radxates laughter and happl ness her very volce bubbles over wxth unaffected good wlll No wonder we are always so glad to have her wnth us She lS an excellent companron and a frrend to all Gay and lovable Fergy IS also a student of no mean abrlnty It slays me ' O00 l l X f S if I 1 . S ' Q.w l wx, Cl - 439. . 44 y'7 ' . .a' Q - QU . 3 . " - ball my . ' b Q4l. There's sunshine wherelwe go." up Qzm. Lat' C' um on m. 645. S GX 7 - 33 SY A J THELMA KATHERINE FORD Commercnal Course French Club C2 Staff C49 An znlimte Uarzely has she Swzft to reason quick to see TILL water runs deep apphes to Thelma She IS very quiet as Well as dxgmfled and never comes to school wxthout her lessons fully prepared Thelma lntends to enter Normal School next fall and wlth her adaptabxllty and conscxentlousness we know that she will be successful Ah nuthm CORA HOFFMAN FOSTER Commerclal Course Glee Club C3 C45 Staff C45 Class Teams C31 C41 Pmafore C4D Sweets to the sweet HE honor of bemg our champion typlst goes to Cora Although she has been wlth us for only two years Cora She IS our songbnrd our Russxan Dan cer and one of the leaders of our Cmlee Club Wlth her voxce and abrhty Cora should be successful 1n life Fer ebens sake' THELMA BUEHLER FRIES Academxc Course All Class Teams CU CZ? C33 C43 Secretary Latm Club 3 Glee Club C41 Class Play C31 Varsnty Fxeldball C45 Consul 42 Shes prettq to Lcalk wrth Luttu to talk wlth And pleasant to look upon AVY blond ha1r twmklmg blue eyes and a mlschxevous smxle descrlbe Thelma A marvelous dancer a good student and a fine athlete this combm atlon has made Thelma very popular at Towson Address all her mall next year to the Chicago Normal where she wlll take up Gym teaching For Pats sake' ooo l34l - a 5' x , J N. 7. ' la V l C ' . J. li . I C is one of our most popular seniors. ff ! . I! A , ' CID. ' . C . ' 7 O ro cv wa-4 HOWELL PRICE GERMAN Commercial Course All Class Teams 21 OD Class Chairman 4 French Club CZJ Track Team 31 Hrs manners are gentle complymg and bland HIS IS Howell the proud owner of a new Ford Cheerful and agreeable under any crrcumstances he possesses a dxsposrtxon whrch we all envy H doesn t mmd solvmg dlfflCUlt problems for hrs fellow classmates Howell can usually be found chattmg wrth some of the boys but as soon as the bell rmgs he attends strrctly to busrness It s all the same to me HOWARD GILBERT GERMROTH Commercral Course Class Soccer C23 J Uke Club Q35 Class En tertamment 3 They laugh that wm humor keep IVC 1n an uproar If by chance you should stroll along the cor rldor and hear laughter rssumg from Mnss Balls s room you may be sure that Howard IS glvmg one of hrs oratrons Goof llkewrse provrdes good entertaxn ment Wlth hrs banjo F eetumes HOWARD MILTON GROSS Commercxal Course Class Soccer Llj f2J C33 C45 Class Basketball C27 C32 Class Speedball QU C29 OJ Track C25 A Iron among ladzes zs a most dreadful thing HE blond chap from Stemmer s Run? Oh thatsMr Gross Howard very seldom wears a frown and IS usual ly playmg a joke on hrs classmates There IS a sort of mystery connected wlth thrs lad and all of the commer cxal students have endeavored to solve lt but to no avarl Who IS she Grossy? You re all wet' C5642 135 I f K. fl N A 1' ' cu c . ' ' c 1. - . 4 . . . . . ' e gap. Q4 . ' . - 6 D- ERE is the lad whose dry wit and ,, . . Gi I if NJN HILDA LORRAINE HACK Commerclal Course All Class Teams Glee Club 3 Class lfntertamment ill 125 37 A Lullma heart a helpful hand flluaus reudu on demand PEAKINL, of personalrty plus thats I-Iacky all over She has made more frlends at Towson rn her four years than some people make 1n a lrfe tnme She has many accompllshments and whatever she does she does lf well Perhaps Hacky s popularrty IS due to the fact that she has no vlces save an addrc tnon to chewmg gum III say me too' ROBERT EVANS HAMBURY Academxc Course T ack 133 G ec lib 431 ass Teams ill 2 m u 4 The qreuter part of Izfe rs sunshme ES thats I-lammy the youth wrth the blonde curly ha1r rn the last desk He is the chamolon gum chewer of the class Outsrde of that hrs favor 1te pastxme IS teasmg Gerald Robert expects to enter the Unrverslty of Mary land lDon t tell anyone but the U of M ns a co ed school 5 Horse radzsh JEANNETTE LAVERN HEIM Academic Course All Class Teams fll l2l 135 lxecutlve Commnttee KU l2 l atm u Her eqes hou. theu Iu,mhIed Her dzmnles hom merry LUI- IYFS cunnmg dlmples and a charmmg dnsoosntlon characterxze Jean nette The class has enjoyed her frrend shlp for four years and IS proud to boast so farr a member Jeannette has had to work hard thls year to make up the txme she lost durmg her recent rllness We wrsh Dxmples success on every road she may travel after leavmg Towson Feature rt O90 36 ' I J x ' i 1 h l . 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Cl b qw fzu. lo l CU -.4-' GRACE ELIZABETH HELLWIG Commercnal Course All Class Teams K J Secretary to Stall' Old lrzends are the hes! f' RACE IS the youngest member of the Commerclal Class She IS an expert typnst and has recenved several awards as the result of her proficlency What m the world would we do sometimes xf we dxdn t have Grace to help us wnth our work She also possesses a knack of entertalnlng the gang whlch few can equal Ye qods and Izttle fishes CHARLES RUSSELL HERBST Academic Course Executrve Commit ll 125 Track Team ill 25 Gee Club 03 Stall' 4 Latln Club 135 f4l Presrdent IV A Or named thee but to prazse USSELI xs one of our nndxspensa ble members Strong of Wlll steady and serxous he has those qualmes whxch typxfy the capable A student I 1928 Russ won the Prxze Essay Contest of the American Chemlcal Society Aeronautxc study at college wxll doubt less gam hxm further honors Who knows? RALPH HENRY HETT Academxc Course Glee Club C45 Lam Club ill Q25 All Class Teams C3 Q4 Class Pla Q2 .Iumor Basketball OJ Lxfe IS tame I crave exczlement F hexght were necessary for reach mg success nn llfe Ralph would be pluckmg golden apples for he xs our tallest semor Ralph s smxle and good humor have made hlm lots of fr1ends He hopes to enter West Pomt and be come one of Uncle Sam s generals or the love of Mike UK ooo- l37l I f N I K- X az' ' l flu czu cm 4 f . 143. P U YH me f . ' Q ral Hl.. 1 145. 4 1 5. 445. ' "None knew thee bu! to love thee. t' l Cll- C23 5 J, Y 7433. UF . I., A-AQQLSJ CHARLES MILTON HILGARTNER Academlc Course All Class Teams ln lub l 2 Cleo: C u You shall End ln htm the comment or uhul purl a qenllemun would be ERE 15 the other Sxamese tw1n so chrlstened by Mlss Edna ThlS dark eyed young man can take a car to pxeces and put xt together agam ln half a day wlth p1eces enough left over for another one Although Stump has never allow ed lessons to bother hlm he has man aged to pull through Mllton expects to follow the trall ofav1at1on I can I translate ETHEL MARY ELIZABETH HILTZ Commercial Course Dodgeball CU Entertainment Commlttee Q35 A ladq u.hose brraht eyes ram znfluence OULD we ever ever GXISC wrthout Ets' Never She comes from Raspe burg where all the catchy saymgs of the age are comed Crlmmy Cranks and That s the cat s are two of her favorlte platltudes Ethel has attamed a scholas t1c standmg of whlch anyone mtght well be proud Just the kind I Izke MARY MARGARET REGINA HOLTER Commercial Course La m Club fl 7 Class Basketball 121 !3 Class le dball 13 Chorus 12 Varsxty Dodgeball 4 IJ lxrndness IS dearer and better than gold ARY IS blessed w1th a pleasant happy go lucky nature and an optlmls IIC outlook on l1fe and when were around her we cannot help but feel that way too In tellmg funny Jokes Mary just can t be surpassed We all know that she w1ll get along well at Normal next year Good grzef O90 l8l ,gl W' x C I I - . fn p 1251354-H. Lat' C flfbmm l4l. 1 lbv fll. U A Fieldbalnl up 423. one Club 437. Class v l - . U t. fzm. 9. If'l m. J. ' 79 3 Cr Lf wr' MARIE ANTOINETTE HOSHALL Academrc Course Class Fleldball CI1 441 Class Dodgeball fl1 Class Bas etball Q11 121 Latm Club Q11 Q21 The mxldest manners and the aenrlesl hear! N flrst acquamtance Marxe appears to be a demure lass however we know her better than that She usually acts as the mornnng receptxon commlttee of IVB Mane IS always prepared and re sponds to any S O S call If her am b1t1on as realrzed she wxll expound knowledge wrthrn the walls of a lrttle red schoolhouse Dont be so szlly CHARLOTTE MAY JAMES Academxc Course Class Fxeldball C11 Latm Club 11 Q21 Entertam ment Commrttee C11 Q31 Glee Club C41 Tho she pursues a scholarly way Much fun she finds from day to dau E are goxng to let you 1n on a dark secret Charlotte IS one of the few outstandmg lrterary personages of the class A wrlllngness to help a sense of humor and a l1k1ng for a good trme such qual1t1es make Charlotte an mter estmg companron That am t bad VIRGINIA MAY JAMES Academrc Course French Club Q21 Latm Club 131 Q41 Class Teams Q11 Q 1 Q41 Staff C41 Class Enter tamment C11 C21 C31 Dear Joy how I do love thee As brrds do lone the sprmg UCCIQSS That s the goal of all students and Vxrgxnxa has steadrly clnmbed her ladder She began at the bottom rung and wlth her popularxty humor and wnllrngness to asslst others ,he found clrmbmg a pleasure We are onfident that she wxll make the same progress on the ladder of l1fe For land s salzes 090 I39 In f lf GX l . I , y 521 ' . C . l k , ' . 422. j 'c . ' - Ring Committee 131. Staff C41. . tgp 3 . ' . - L ex , l if NJN HELEN EHLER JENKINS Commercial Course Class lreldball Class Bas et a H C ass dgeball fll 1 ass n eyball 1 l l ll hu! xht Lulls lu do or sau Seems Lusesl drsrreelesl hes! I now mtroduce Helen our well known shorthand prodrgy o hear Helen translate seemrngly un decrpherable shorthand hleroglyphrcs makes one marvel She slmply bubbles over wxth enthuslasm and can see a joke ten mrnutes after rt has been told She has just enough sophrstlcatron and sub tlety to make everyone admrre her Au don I be Izke that JOHN THOMAS JENKINS rack ill er geant at Arms 135 Some Cuprd hrlls urlh arrou.s some uszth traps ACK halls from the great metropolrs K J of Carney He IS an all round com panron and IS always ready for a joke Hrs true to lrfe drawmgs of noted per sons prove that he possesses real artxstlc ablllty and we predlct for h1m much success nf he pursues th1s lme of en deavor ll here s Maru HELEN SCOTT KEECH Academxc Course Latm Club fll fly 133 f4l Decoratlon Committee 135 for mme enemy rs qrref EFCHY IS our ammated dlctron ary Few can surpass her when nt comes to usxng blg unpronouncable words As for her knowledge of mythology no one would ever thmk of trymg to learn more Greek or Latm myths than Helen knows Her kmd and unselfish drspo sltron lS admnred by everyone Ah Im all hot and bothered CDQCD l40l .gl 5' x ' A m qzm mm, ' k bll um 12 133. l Do 25. Cl Vrll ' ill Ill. UL A , ' . T .. vi . - V. Commercial Course. All Class Teams gli 425 VH 445, T . S - J . . 4, I v ,Jer l ro Cr Lf -.4-V MARY LOUISE KELLEY Commercral Course Class Entertarn nt 113 121 133 Class Dodgeball 115 Class Freldball 1ll 123 Class Basket IQ Class Relay 1 A rosebud se! u.r1h lrtlle u,rlfuI thorns NOTHER charmrng example of the type Gentlemen Prefer Mary s gold en harr rs truly her crownrng glory and the envy of all of us who are not so blessed She rs probably our smallest stenog and rs always trrpprng about on extremely hrgh heels Honest I do EDMUND THOMAS KENNEY Academrc Course All Class Teams 1 1 3 ac tertarnment 131 He Irudged alona unknowrnq what he souqhl And whrstled as he went for uant of thouaht H HA' Now enters Kenney no ted for hrs nonchalant and courteous manner Trrvral thrngs lrke lessons do not worry Kenney but hrs smrle helps to keep hrm out of trouble rn the class room He rs a Jolly lrkeable young fel low Each sprrng Kenney shows hrs abrlrty on the crnder path M y goodness ' FRANCES EVELYN KING Academrc Course Glee Club 125 132 4 Class Basketball 11D 122 13 4 Class Volleyball 11D 125 135 14 La rn Clu 113151 123 13 Class Freldball 11 The Musrc of the stranded shell ls rn lhe sono she srnqs INGY rs another sedate and drgnr fred senror at least superfrcrally but un der the surface we have found a good student an excellent helper and a srn cere frrend Evelyn rs a model of de portment whose example all lowly un der classmen should seek to follow Be yourself ooo l41l l f M C -f 'Q 1 - me . . . rurrq qzr. ' rr 123. 421 my my -Tr rr cry rzb up 14j.- Latin Club 1ll 125. Class En- c J. ' n c 2. . I b 5. ' 5 12? 143, GY lo MMM-HJ 1 NORRIS ALONZO KING Commercnal Course Class Soccer 145 Class Speedball 115 125 135 Uke Club 135 Glee Club 145 French Club Then mzxed a lauqhter Luth lhe serrous stuff INGIE one of our Star banjo play ers can strum Jazz that would make even Ted Lewls turn green wrth envy We often read shorthand to the tunes Kmgxe hums rn the back seat m the com mercxal room Thls seat IS also used to advantage by thrs brown eyed lad m hrs famous talkres w1th hrs frrends Well blow me over' MARTHA DU HAMEL KIRTLEY Commercial Course Class Teams Rm Commlttee 135 Class Entertaxnment 135 Banner Commrttee 135 Chorus 125 Staff 145 And when she speaks Sweet words Izke droppzng honey she doth shed ARTHA needs no mtroductlon or you have probably already notrced t e art1st1c drawmgs bearmg her name an art edrtor of Sldelrghts Martha as scored glorrously and wrll contrnue to do so at the Marfyland Instltute She also dlsplays unusual abllxty rn her scholastrc work Merczful' ELEANORA AMELIA KOERBER Commercnal Course Class Teams 115 Staff Ever ready for work or play HERE came a day three years ago that brought Eleanora to Towson As a student nt w1ll suilice to say that her drlrgent applrcatron and self confidence have made her become very efficient ln commercnal work Few mdeed are for tunate enough to possess her calm as surance whrle takmg speed tests ln typ mg Looka heah hon O90 I42l ' l if' t x . . ' up 125. f . h . . . . . As . . . y h . . i 125 cam. 145'- . I0 Cf U N.-1" GERTRUDE LOUISE KOLK Academic Course Latm Club QU C21 C4 Class Fleldball CID Q22 OD 4 Class Basketball QU C21 OD Thy modesty is a candle to thy ment ERE IS an awe mspmng example of the perfect scholar Gertxe always has her school work done never mter rupts xn class and conducts herself m a manner befittlng a dngmiied sennor OUtSld2 of recxtatxons we have all found Gertxe to be a very helpful person and one who IS justly popular Come on let s study MARGARETTA LAURENSON LACKEY Academic Course Vrce President of IVA Latm Club Q41 We were friends from the first moment FGGY entered Towson Hlgh m September 1928 to 1o1n the graduating class and it took us but a short time to realize her aptness in all lmes of actlvnty Her bright smile and cheerful dlsposl tion whlch are always in evidence have made Peggy a very popular member of the class You never can tell OSCAR FRANCIS LACKEY Academic Course One cannot always be a hero But one can always be a man SCAR IS a new addmon thus year from the wilds ofV1rg1ma and although he has not been here very long his repu tatlon as a classmate IS already made He IS a good natured fellow and pos sesses a keen sense of humor We know that Oscar w1ll succeed ln the busmess world Aw Louis' OQC7' H31 M f E X ii H . - ,. ll 17 ' , . ., , U , . Sincere attachments begin at the beginning." P 7 V I fl ay . JR. ' Il ' .li , . CK "' if NJ NJ CATHERINE AUGUSTA LANG Commerclal Course Dodgeball 4 Z J ass Entertamment 41 l 425 433 latm ub 431 C ass Relay 4l Il ts more blessed to one than to recerce Ht lost lS found Langy left us for awhlle rn the fall but she just couldnt stay awav and We greeted her wlth open arms when she returned Langy 1sn t especially fond of her studles but nevertheless she phxlosophlcally ap plies herself to them Charmlng franl kmd she rs a smcere frxend to every one I can t su.ear to lt JAMES GOULD LEVERING Academrc Course Class Teams 41? Tack 435 latm Cu like tuo smale Gentlemen rolled unto one IMITED space prevents cxtlng the many admrrable qualrtres of this young man Cuould seems to be very quxet ln the classroom but he IS altogether dxf ferent outsrde Hrs good humor and affable manner have won hum many frlends As for hrs future we thmk that he would be successful as a banker Dont ask me AMANDA ELIZABETH LLOYD Commerclal Course latm Club fll Class Entertarnment 4 l l Class Basketball Be to her ments kmd And to her faults be blmd F you want a frlend who IS ever wlllmg and glad to help you just look for Elrzabeth Every mornmg m her Chevy she dashes mto Towson not the least b1t afrald of the cop lurkmg around the corner A brave lass mdeed Heres wrshlng her success rn whatever she attempts Oh gee O60 l44l gl 5' N ' '- 71 Cl ' ' . . " Cl . l J 423. ' . 423 435. r 423 . . ' lb 4Zj 43h 4.4l. Class Entertainment 411 425 439. .. , ,.. ul. ' . u yu , 1 h Cf' kf -.cf HUDSON TAYLOR LOIZEAUX Commerclal Course Class Teams 1lj 14? Varsnty Soccer ee Club 133 1-H Staff And often tunes excusxnq of fault .Jolh make the fuull lhe u.orse bu the ercusr 'Ni JALL even tempered relxable w1th a keen appreclatxon of values a true gen tleman thats Huddy He IS one of the champlon typxsts and outstandmg students of IVC He IS pensxve or mer ry at w1ll and a part of any Towson semor group Hxs sterlmg busmess qualmes make hls presence at the office often deslrable Horses ' ALFRED MILTON LOIZEAUX Academic Course All Class Teams 1 lj Varsity Soccer Y ack 125 am Club 1l Gee Club 13? 1-H Athletxc As socratnon Commxttee For he rs fest the quret kmd XVhose natures never Larry ,-.. FHOID lVl1lt A good natured care free lad We see lVl1lton on the soc cer freld as fullback and on the court as guard He IS also a trustworthy mem ber of the m1le relay team Mnlt expects to enter Hopkms next fall I dont know CLARA MAE LONG Academic Course All Class Teams 135 Heres to the mazden of bashful fifteen Let the toast pass HIS llttle blond Jomed our class m her Jumor year Pete lS probably our youngest Semor as she has only reached her fifteenth year TflVl3l thmgs l1ke lessons do not bother her but when class txme comes around she always has an answer Pete IS mterested nn athletrcs and has been a boon to her class teams I thouqht you would Cx O60 l451 I f E ar " ' 123 135 ,. " up 1,45- G1 . 143. I -r T, I Rv' 5211351-H. ' ' 131 143. Varsity Basketball 131 14 J. Varsit Tr my 143. Lt' w rzyh 1 V . ' - 7 JJ ' I - 141. ' if W ELINOR BOND MAYS Academrc Course All Class Teams lj fly Q33 143 Vars1tyF1eldball Q31 Q41 VBIQIIY Touchdown C31 Varsrty Dodge b fl 3 Glee Club 3 Fun and frolrc glee was there The uzll to do the soul to dare GOOD pal a good sport that s hlmor Her specralty Ines along the lmes of athletlcs m whlch she has taken a very promment part smce her Jumor year Whenever there IS a dance or a good t1me scheduled Elrnor IS always present Gravy Boat' GILBERTA ELOISE MCGINL EY Academic Course Latm Club C1 K2 Class Entertamment C35 Glee Club K3 As You Like It C35 Pmafore Aluaus neu! and drqmhed gentle and sweet She rs yusl the arrl you love to meet ILBERTA IS natural and unaffected frlendly and very lrkeable we have good proof of the latter 1n her popular rty wxth both sexes Because of her frank open smlle and charmmg person alxty she rs a delxghtful companron G11 berta excels ln dramatrcs and 1n the gen tle art of Terpsnchore Oh don tl DOROTHY MARIE MCMANN Commercial Course All Class Teams 123 435 L45 Varsity Dodge a La ln u Execume Committee CID Mrss Esthers uest 1 l Yo sawnq urlh despalchful looks zn haste She turns on hosprtable thoughts mtent OT IS a true pal She always has a cheery smnle a kmd word and rs al ways a staunch frrend We admire her good qualltres and feel sure that her success at Towson presages that some day she wlll attarn prominence rn the busmess world Oh shucks GQC7 l46l :qi 57' N .V J .XD . P- h YY l ' -, . 4 alll , qi. ' 'b , ' 5 J. . A 5 m. " ' " . HJ. up .' ' bll up qzx up.. r' Clblflj qzy. G " tm. ' ro ELLEN TODD MERRITT Academrc Course Class Fxeldball fl ass Basketball f l J Q27 Class Volleyball flj f2l I atm Club Cl Q-H Class Play GJ A horsce a horse My lzmgdom for a horse T last there appears rn thus gallery of fame our drstmgunshed horsewoman Ellen She finds horses much more rn terestxng than lessons but occasronally she surpnses us wlth grades that make us suspect that she can be a student when she chooses Ellen s ambntxon rs to ranse and tram thoroughbreds My Johnny STUART LOUIS MILTON Commercial Course Class Treasurer ass Soccer fll 125 Secretary French Club 423 Track C35 Glee Club VH 43 Eyes look your lust TEW IS one of those gentlemen who have occasron to wear out several Tuxedos ln the course of a year He IS not as green as h1s manly attlre 1nd1 cates and he nonchalantly assures us that green IS merely the shade that be comes hmm most Stuart Mllton or vrce versa Cjust as you preferl 15 lrked by everyone Mother guzde your boy ETHEL AMELIA MOHR Commercral Course Latin Club fl f2l Class Dodgeball I l l Class Bas ket all fl l The slzll small cone of qratzlude THEL always knows when to do the rxght thmg at the rrght txmc n splte of the fact that her usual mornmg greetmg IS Dld you do your Englrsh? Honestly I havet done a thmg Her sm1le wms her frrends we know that lt w1ll help her to wxn success Isn r rr the truth, O90 E41 K' ' Cl y . 135. up. CI ' c ram mu. 645. 1 f rflrrns, take your lust embrucefm ' - ' P b' . ' GX WJ EMMA ESTELLA MURRAY Commercnal Course Class Fleldball tl D Class Basketball ll 2 3 Mlss Esther s Guest l l l fhe blushmq beaulres of a modes! mard C 'MALL in stature but large ln heart the owner of a laugh that can be heard from one end of the corrxdor to the other one of the staunchest rooters Towson has ever had possessor of dlm ples and of wavy locks that Aphrodnte mlght envy have you guessed who rt IS? All rlght let s go Rah Rah Murray' Of all things MALCOLM ABRAHAM NEIFELD Commerclal Course Class Soccer ill Class Speedball Ill 2 Q3 The man tha! hlushes rs not qurte a brute OVlBINE you must the qualltles of a drllgent student good fellow and sm cere frrend rf you would know Malcolm as we know hrm Hrs keen sense of humor has done much to brrghten dull moments m class Good luck Malcolm may your future be as full of smxles as your past has been You dub MILDRED EMMA OLIAS Academic Course All Class Teams ill a rn u l4l Refreshment Committee lll Deco ration Committee 135 Consul of Latm Club MJ ls she not passma farr IL rs one of the few grrls of our class fortunate enough to be endowed wxth dlmples She IS most conscrentlous and ever wlllmg to help others wlth thelr lessons We understand that Mrldred s ambrtxon IS to study abroad 29 wlshes her great success while across the pond Well I Il be 060 I 4 8 'C J N 'fill' m. V r KD cb. I 1' V Y ' . mm r4m. ' X fl tb. rzb mm 143. I.'t' clb on fzn or x ' ' ra l Cf U s-1" DOROTHY BENTLEY PARKS Academxc Course Latm Club fl f25 f3l l4l All Class Teams fll KZJ 132 l4l Executnve Commlttee fll l2D R freshment Commlttee GJ Class Play Ill be merry and free Ill be sad for naebodq If naebody cares for me lll rare for naebody OT IS a person of moods She may be seen at any tlme energetlcally engaged ln flrttmg hrther and yon on some mat ter of l1fe or death U9 or sanely occu pled m the pursuxt of knowledge Col lectmg fratermty oms seems to be Dot s hobby Did I laugh well' HEYWARD BURNS PEARCE Academxc Course French Club Q25 Entertamment Commnttee QU C21 C33 lass Speedball CU C2 Q3 Class Baseball CID Class Soccer lj 121 C31 As much as any man am I ND now we present Peewee the blg game hunter of IVA If he shoots as well as he solves dlfficult math prob lems he IS a regular sharpshooter Hey ward towers 60 mches and txps the scales at 99 9 He excels ln math and scrence We predlct that some day Pee wee will be a chemncal engmeer Oh gee' ELEANOR ELIZABETH PERDUE Academxc Course Class Fxeldball CID Q21 Class Dodgeball CID le! me be srlent for szlence rs the speech of love LEANOR has not sought the honor and glory route thru school that IS vla ZCIIYIIICS and orgamzatrons She de votes herself assrduously to her studles durxng school hours and gnves her lexs ure txme to books and horses The best washes of 29 go wlth you Eleanor ln whatever you undertake That s my luck ck 000- l49l X f K3 ex c ' . n . 3 - l ' I ' . e- rm czn ou. 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E., N J Q60 JOSEPHINE LOUISE PHIPPS Commercral Course Pre dball 12 Decoratron Commrttee 133 Latrn Club ill f2l Second Year Chorus Genlle and lou an excellent thzna rn uomun ITHOUCH Lourse could easrly be the model for Keen that school grrl complexron she evrdently does not at tach much value to rt berng entrrely un aware of her charms She rs very quret and retrrrng but nevertheless appears to get the full measure of enjoyment out of lrfe rn general Lourse possesses a great deal of artrstrc abrlrty 7 hat s not even funnq GERALD ROBERT PIELKE Academrc Course Varsrty Track lil rn Club 1 Class eedball 4 l D 135 Class Soccer l-ll Class Base a Theres honeslu honor manhood RRI: we have C: R Prelke gentle man student athlete Gerald rs loyal to hrs frrends and school krnd hearted good natured and effrcrent He rs a quret unassumrng sort of chap but rt rs rum ored rn certarn crrcles that hrs dancrng r ne plus ultra Why man WALTER YELLOTT PINDELL Academrc Course Varsrty Soccer C33 Captarn 145 Varsrty Basketball Q25 Varsrtv aseball ll ack 1 l l ass reasurer 13 3 A mans Irrendshrps are one of Ihe hes! measures of hrs Lcorth F now rntroduce our caoabl class treasurer For two years Walter has successfully handled the frnancral matters of the class By glancrng at hrs actrvrtres you can readrly see that he rs fond of athletrcs Walter has greatls contrrbuted to the success of Towson s teams Arc now Irsten 50 .:.l 29' x .- J ,X- ' 7 ' . 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P0 l C f vc' CATHERINE PASQUAY PRATT Academlc Course L ln Club 4 l P 1 7 Entertamment Commlttee LH N arsltx o geball l l P 42 All Class Teams All thmas u.ere about her draun From Maylzme and the cheerful Duam ATHERINE 15 one of the best natured persons ln the Class of 29 Nothmg seems to dnsturb her serennty Summer usually finds her ln the pool where she excels wlth her graceful strokes and dlves Cath hopes to enter Temple Unxversmty next fall and we wxsh her the best of luck Do I Well DOROTHY FERN PRESTON Commerclal Course All Class 'learns French C u 4 Class Entertnxnment 431 Ao anqel bu! u dearer bema All dxpl rn unael mstmcis PPLCH IS sxlver sllence ns gold but Wnth such a muslcal tmkle ln her voxce Dot should always talk Charm IS xn her sunny smlle and IH her danclng eyes that sparkle wlth cheer and mlrth We are sure that the qualltnes whxch have endeared Dot to her classmates xull help her reallze her llfe s ambltxon D tell NORMAN EVANS PRINCE Academlt Course Narslty T ack 1 I l mn u Varsity Basketball f-H All Class Teams G ee u u Sta f-ll fl Przme u.as he blue eued and rarr ot face ORKIANJ lS a prmce of good fellow s He IS a f3XOflI8 among h1s classmates and hls perpetual good humor dewoted frlendshlp and clear thlnkxng havc won hlm many admlrers Norman has been successful as an athlete and as a student Wxth hxs determnnatlon and dblllfy Norman s success IS assured Huh Q60 l5ll ln f li f' K. N GX l ' . at' -L ' ' I V '. Dd m. 1 qu qzm my Hn, y .. , 116 czm my gay' lb zu, .., . U O .lp " . ' " rs qzym Ha. Lat' Cl b um mzm my 1156211331-4J."l Cl b my 44. ff . .. ,.. W 1 Af 'NJ 'NJ DONALD FREDERICK PROCTOR Academxc Course Glee Club Q35 Q41 nn Club C J Ponttfex 'Vlaxxmus 125 Fxecutwe Commlttee fl C ass Soccer fl! 14 Staff 4 Varslty Tenms C45 And slzll they gazed and still the wonder arew That one small head could carry all h knew HE Class of 29 has selected the professxon of law for Don No one es capes hxs persuasnve powers Our Side llghts organizer IS very versatxle he has shown exceptlonal ab1l1ty as a stu dent an actor a srnger and a plamst I don t agree wzth you' EVELYN VIRGINIA QUELET Academxc Course Executxve Commit Club Q31 C4 French Club 25 Class Tams UD Q23 C35 C45 Its the songs ye smg and the smzles y wear That s mahmg the sunshme everywhere I-IE above llnes seem to have been wntten just for Que for lt xs seldom lf ever that she IS not found ln exuberant spmts She IS full of xdeas and thls wlth her artxstxc talent makes her a valu able partlclpant ln many of our class ac IIVIIICS Evelyn expects to follow an ar t1st1c career I should smzle ROY SPENCER RILEY Commercnal Course All Class Teams Q41 Track Q39 4 He never says a foolzsh lhmg And always does a wzse one OY has a posmve and pleasmg per sonalxty We have never known hlm to lose hls sense of humor or his perpetual good nature We admlre the energy he puts mto h1S work ln sprte of hxs being on the left hand when Mlss Feast wants a rlght hand man Applesauce' 1390 l52 gl 5' N . 7- W l l . lsr. ,un 'czmu 3 . , ' D' im.. 1 1' I D. KJ- V 9 me up C235 1471 staff 445. Latin . 4 . C . H , 4 1 D 9 415429139 D cn. ra l ff Rf wtf DOROTHY ELIZABETH ROBE Academrc Course French Club Q25 La rn Club Q33 Q45 Rrng Commrttee Staff 4 Joy rrses rn thee Irhe a summers morn OT who rs one of our art edrtors rs a second Rembrandt Of course thrs may be exaggeratrng somewhat but rf you gaze upon one of her drawrngs you wrll agree wrth us as to the truth of thrs statement Dot rs also adept at makmg frrends and better strll at keeprng them Glory Be' JEANE SYDNYE ROSEN Commercral Course Latrn Club Q l D Q Latrn Club Entertarnment Q25 Freldball Q25 Batball Q25 Staff Q43 For she was crammed wrth theorres out of books OU now have before you ladres and gentlemen another member of that Jeane rs a marvel at wrrtrng storres rt rs even rumored that she has begun a novel of the romantrc type We expect .Ieane to become a brrght star rn the lrt erary firmament Gosh who d have thought rt? DONALD CAMERON ROYSTON Academrc Course Class Baseball Q l 5 French Club Q 21 Class Speedball Q 31 Class Soccer Q 3 5 Q43 'NC The Cherub Contemplatron HE Mona Lrsa of 29 rs noted for hrs serene drsposrtron and non exrst rng temper It rs drlhcult to rmagrne a more unobtrusrve person than Donald for hrs phlegmatrc bearrng rs matched only by hrs tacrturnrty Outsrde of the oppressrng rnfluence of school lrfe how ever we have found Donald to be a very good fellow I d grue a nickel O90 I5 I f ls 'Q 6 I QD. Q D. N .. . . . . Q gm. ' ' ' . most unusual group of intellectuals. GX , 3 I Ev W GEORGE MANN RULLMAN JR Academlc Course Varsxty Soccer 131 ack 121 131 All Class ams 1l1 121 131 141 Varsrty as ketball 141 Varsnty Speedball 121 131 Jumor Basketball 131 Speech IS slluer bu! srleme rs gold ERE S Buck another famous Towson athlete He has proved to be an eilicxent basketball captam as well as one of our leadxng track stars Buck IS well lxked by all and IS ever ready and wnllmg to lend a helpmg hand to those needmg xt It s a dagged shame HELEN RULLMAN Academlc Course Varslty Fxeldball 121 141 Varsity Basketball 2 3 141 Varsity Volleyball 131 Class Sec ary 131 141 Secretary of Athletnc As The heaven such qrace drd lend her That she mxqht admzred be EA Captain Yea Rullman Nuf sald for you can guess that Helen IS the star athlete of 29 She has been a valuable asset and a true frlend to Towson May her llfe s vnctorles prove as numerous and overwhelmmg as those won durmg ber hxgh school career Gosh' ALICE GENEVA SCHARFE Academic Course Latm Club 111 121 Glee Club 131 Class Entertamment 111 2 Happzness rs the result of work well done ENEVA has mamtamed a qulet dlg mty and seremty throughout all four vears of hlgh school She ns probably the most ardent pursuer of thxmbles and needles that we know Muslcal ab1l1ty an aptness for sewxng and cookmg n dustrxousness all characterxze Geneva We prednct a happy future perhaps a model housewife l nearly had a fit O60 I5-fl V4.4 25' X . J -EU - ' A 441. Tr ' 141, Te . , V' B - wa . E ' A c M J ret l . U ' - sociation 141. Latin Club 1l1 121. . , ,,. v ' ' - 1 J 139. ' W . ' I . -as IU f'Kf eff GLADYS HOLLANDS SCHROEDER Commercxal Course Basketball Q15 C25 Fleldball 1 15 C25 Entertamment Com mr tee U5 C25 C35 Chorus Q25 Learned and fazr and good rs she O Gladys IS not a Spamsh seno nta desmte the fact that her pxcture gxves that nmpressnon A sweet manner has Gladys and an even sweeter vorce She IS also gtfted wrth that rare much coveted charm better known and de scrxbed m present day vernacular as It Do tell ' MARGARET FRANCES SEFTON Commercial Course Class Freldball Q15 Q25 Class Basketball Q25 French Club wa s are wa s of pleasantness ARGARET always mamtaxns a discreet sxlence even wtth the best of frlends and seems to lose nothmg by rt therefore all whose tongues wax bold take heed and be WISCY Margle s future has not been declded upon but that does not worry us because we feel sure she wrll succeed Jumpm Jupzter' LOUIS HENRI SOULE Academxc Course Glee Club Q35 Q45 Class Teams C15 Q25 C35 Q45 Latm Club Q35 C45 French Club C25 Farewell' Thou an too dear for my possessmg E now present our class actor Not only nn dramatxcs does he make hum self outstandmg but also as a member of the Glee Club Several of hrs affalrs of the heart have become the talk of the class but lack of space prevents cxtmg specriic cases Louls expects to become an avxator and were sure he will Hy hrgh Bunk' ooo l55l t f 53? I 'r . . 1 - . . .. H H H C25- "Her y y , And all her paths are peace." , , I 9 l . . , , ll ' I ' ll I . , ' . I ' ll - ,, , fl If Gt- Y I if NJ NJ JULIA REMARE SPARKS Academic Course All Class Teams CI5 Lam Club l 2 Varsity Hit Ball C35 Staff 45 To be merry becomes you For there rs nothing melancholy rn you LIBERAL dash of humor plus consistency dependability sportsman ship and behold you have Julia She hails from My Lady s Manor way up in the open spaces but try to convince her of that and see the sparks fly which shows that Julia can hold her own in any argument Her favorite sport is horse racing You must be a detective' MARY EILEEN STEVENS C15 C35 Class Basketball C15 C25 C35 Class Fieldball Cl5 C25 C35 C45 Class Entertainment C35 Latin Club Cl 2 The web of Izfe is of mingled yarn Good and ill together Q UESS WHAT' These are Mary s first words on Monday morning and we immediately start down the list of the favored few Math is Mary s favorite subject After we have struggled through a math problem and have final ly obtamed the correct answer Mary usually takes the Joy out of life by find mg some mistake Oh that s hornd' DOROTHY THERESA TAYLOR Commercial Course All Class Teams C15 C25 C3 C45 Run and Catch Re lay C25 Hit Ball C35 Thy merit wins the soul OT is one of our best athletes and always takes an active part in every thing whether on the athletic Held or ln the classroom She is rather modest about her accompllshments and usually tr1es to change the subject when they are discussed Glory' O60- l561 ,Q I if X . 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GC l 1 - A - ,W Y 1 k cf U sqf' GRACE FULLER THOMAS Commerc1al Course All Class Teams C4 Chorus Breuzty rs the soul of wrt RACE rs one of the busxest students at Towson If you dont belreve rt ask her Wlth her dancmg shorthand bookkeepmg and talkmg Grace has a long day of xt There IS nothmg hr hat about her erther she s one of the frankest and best natured persons m ex lstence Isn t lf PCCUIIGFP RICHARD NELSON TILLMAN Academic Course Executrve Commrt te 35 C45 Glee Club C35 C45 ta C45 Class Teams C35 C45 Class Song Commnttee C45 Hts Hngers shame the Ivory keys They dance so Ilght alonq ICHARD IS our class encyclopedra brought up we consult Drck Among Rrchard s other accomphshments hrs musrcal talents are outstandlng He ex pects to enter Johns Hopkms Umverslty rn the fall and the Class of 29 w1ll be proud to have such a worthy represen tatnve Englzsh? what Englzshp RICHARD WESLEY VINCENT Academic Course Class Speedball C15 Class S ccer 15 25 C35 C45 Class Basketball C15 C25 35 nn Club C15 That gracrous smzle lzghi up your face UCK IS a modest C35 young man from Whlte Marsh He came back to Towson thls year ln a new Ford roadster of which he rs justly proud Although Bucks future IS undeclded we expect hlm to follow rn hrs fathers footsteps and become one of the leadmg IIOFISIS of the state Well Ill be doggoned' O00 l l l f N at g g . cw 429 on mf czv. eC . I . S fl' When anything out of the ordinary is C25 up mp. ' 0 C E C4. Lat: C25 on 445. d i 57 5' ooo MARVIN NAIDEAN VOGTS Commercral Course Executive Commxt 42 Latnn C u Varslty Dodgeball 125 Narsxty Throw an Catch 135 All Class Teams l But oh she dances such a u.uu No sun upon an Easter dau ls half so ine a sxght X AY and her two comrades Dot and Edythe have upheld thelr t1tle as The Three Musketeers At first Nay ap peared to be as shy as a lamb but we were not decexved very long Dancmg lS Nandean s f3VOf1f6 pastnme and when she dances the poetry of motxon rs beau txfully expressed Im funny that way JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH WADSWORTH lzfes a yes! and all thmgs show xt I tho t so once and now I know rt GSEPHINE does everythmg tomorrow -especlally studymg She laughs much eats more and talks most enjoying her self 1mmensely wnth xt all She possess es unbounded good health except that she IS subject to per1od1c spells of sprmg fever Jo has an ample amount of energy whxch 1S expended chnefly ln laughter and wltty conversatxon Why P RIZPAH ANNA WICKES Academxc Course Latm Club QU Q21 Executwe Commxttee Clj C25 Glee Club H5 Pmafore Q41 Class Entertamment C2 Be thou the rainbow Io the storms of lrfe IZPAH possesses a gemal d1spos1 tnon and a smlle full of sympathetxc cheerfulness Her unobtrusnve person alnty has the placld quallty of an unruf fled lake and she treats all wxth um form courtesy and consrderatron I m not proud 58 ,gl 5' X 1 1 A ree ,mmm 1-H. 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' lo l fr' Lf wtf MARTHA ELLEN WILHELM Commercnal Course Glee Club C35 C45 Class Fxeldball C35 Class Basketball C35 Class Entertamment C35 She adds a precrous seemg to the eye HIS little brown haxred brown eyed lady came to us 1n 27 but nt was really more than the miluence of Tow son Hlgh School that brought her here She may be found at any of the Normal School Dances Martha dlsplays ab1l1ty 1n both Glee Club and typmg class She mtends to enter Normal School next fall I II be seem ya Im afrazd CLIFFORD MAZENNAR WILLETT Commercnal Course Entertamment Com mxttee C15 Soccer 15 C3 C45 ase C15 Speedball Cl5 C25 C as all C15 C25 Has deeds agree wzth hrs words LIFF S brown eyes and long curlmg but he has much more to dxstmgulsh hum first he comes from the great town of Txmomum and ns proud of lt sec ond he has hxtched h1s wagon to a re mote but brxllxant star to become Presx dent Hoover s secretary N 1 ncompoop ' EDYTHE WILLIAMS Commercial Course Class Vnce resldent C15 C25 C35 C45 All Class teams C15 C25 C35 C45 Varsnty stac e Relay C25 C35 Varslty Fxeld ba C45 Censor Latm Club 25 A peppy gxrl a lwely gxrl A wmsome grrl mdeed TTENTIONU' Meet one of our most popular seniors who breezes ln each mornmg sometxmes as early as mne o clock When we thxnk of Edythe we realrze that xt IS personalnty that counts and we can readily understand why she has so many admirers Edythe s ambmon ns to become a nurse Belzeve rt or not Cx oQo'- ""' l59l N I K, M GK ' C at - A ' 1 l ' . C 5 . B - ball . 35, B - mb 433. lashes are quite an asset in themselves, P ' ' . ' . ' Ob- l . ' ' - ll . ' C . if N 7 HANNAH GLENN WILLIAMS Commercial Course Class F1eldball OD Class Basket all L ln Club CID C21 Dodgeball l Class Relay CU C21 Haste thee nymph and brmg wtth thee Jest and youthful jollxty ERE IS a concrete example of a dual personallty Observe Hannah un class and see the exact replxca of a model student quletly perusmg her shorthand notes but observe her in the corrxdor and mark the dllference Hannah possesses a generous share of pulchrltude and xs lxkewxse talented m recntmg humorous recltatxons Gosh all out doors' CHARLES WILLIAM WINTER II Academic Course All Class Teams Varsnty Basketball C35 14, Varslty Soc ce C45 Varsxty Baseball 4 O And mustc from that ptpe could draw Lzke sounds of wtnds and floods HIS dlgmfied CU chap rs Charles better known as Scrubby He IS an out standmg member of the orchestra and hrs trumpet solos are the delnght of as s mblles He act1vely partrclpates ln class work and varslty athletxc posrtxons H expects to study engmeermg at Hopkms Ach you annoy me' MARY ALICE WOOD Academic Course Class Basketball fl fll Class Fieldball CID Class Enter tamment CID 125 3 Latm Club I Come and trtp zt as you go On the lzght fantastrc toe LICE IS blessed Wxth that hlghly pleasmg paradox unruffled temper and auburn harr Her dancmg IS beyond crxtxcxsm her aptltude for planmng en tertamments IS envlable and her wxllmg ness to be of assistance IS commendable Don t be like that O90 l60l . ,"N 5' jx ,. 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' ' c J c2,. . . 1 nw Cr' kf S-4" EVELYN VERNA ZULAUF Commercnal Course Varsxty Dodgeball flj C27 Class Entertamment KU C23 133 All Class Teams 115 C23 OJ C45 Executrve Commrttee Clj Oj f4D Staff All that glrtters xs not gold HIS rs our Tman barred Clara Bow Wxtty opt1m1st1c a Hash of sun shme on the dullest day such IS Reds Wlthout her the world would be very gray mdeed to many of us She IS true blue-even to her dress We predlct a brxght future for Reds Crawl: ng codwalloppersl Farewell Tzs txme to leave old I owson s drome Our plane soars toward the sky But as we lose you from our szght We wave one last good bye Farewell dear azrport' All thru lzfe Well hold your memory dear Your counsel and your knowledge taught Shall guide us year by year Dear faculty we szgh to thmk That we are loszng you But though we part you ll ever be Our beacon lzght-adzeu Now freshmen as you learn to grease Your planes for later flzght And Ground Crew as you study on We hope you ll do all rzght And jumors you shall take our place As sensor pzlots true May you attazn our attztude May your mxshaps be few And now our plane of 29 Is off the motors swell We ve taken off for lzfe s long flzght So Towson Hzgh farewell' of-" ooo- I6 CHARLOTTE JAMES I 'S' f 1 x -Q at ' H 5 - 11 . 1 1 ' 41 - -1 , . . , . , 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 f .r , . 1 1 1 1: v 11 1 1 T 1 , . , . - 1 I till l b l ,Q Q September 14 l925 Well Well The Splrlt of 29 just landed Prettx good hangar n est ce pas' Brand new no grass out front yet March 2 1926 Spent all thus time gettmg acqualnted Since we are lowlx Frosh we are the last to organ17e Gee' We re all excltedl Tomor row we elect officers March 3 Our class assembled 265 strong ln the auditorium Results four sllghtly C97 embarrassed officers Preszdenl Raymond Dugan Vzce Preszdent Edythe Wlllxams Secretary Ruth Lynch Treasurer Vernon Rrchards March 5 Today our class elected Mr Stephens as honorary member May 20 Our first class entertainment We gave several vaudev1lle acts lxf they could be termed as suchl although they weren t so bad for our lirst solo fllght June I4 Exams ahead As usual vse re all crammlng June 25 Whoopee No more school untll September September ll 1926 Just made a perfect three polnt landmg Feels good to be back at T H S agaxn As a result of the wash outs last June our numbers are somewhat reduced We are now sllghtly exalted SOPHO MORES lf you please From the pmnacle of our long years service we look down on the Frosh December 8 Today we elected the followmg officers Preszdent Raymond Dugan Vzce Preszdent Edythe Wllllams Secretary Ruth Ly nch lreasurer Frederick Cockey Our fighting Splfll IS aroused XVe were told that vue could not have class rlngs December 9 XX e elected MISS Margaret Shaeffer as our honorary member l 02 l Y-777 Y W Y A 1 'TY -WT X v 1 r Y -5 1 ,.-- " , 7 4 Vi, 5 l , -K ' .. 7 - " . , ,, t --1 n X 1 z x H X 2 1 X- 1 L5 l : Xff f' N , s V, I -'4'5 l , A ' , ' 1 l l 1 l r l , ,,, H - I , Ri' . .1 -S " 43 ' 7 -.' . .- 4' 2 - 5 , , T A 7 WW T, , s,A,,, , vrnnslgr , - , , .. - - , ., - , , Y ' , V - ' n , .T I lv ., .. - . . , . . .-- , f 1 . 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I A I 1 H Y T 1 lv I . f Cf U February 2-1 1927 A bulletin from the battle front News has just arrived that all activity concerning class rings is at a standstill until next year Oh death where IS thy sting February 23 Mid Years My we re astomshed at the great amount of knowledge that we have somehow acquired We are planning our class entertainment Maq 19 Class dues are a nuisance aren t they' Our poor treasurer fhow we feel for him 1 is being run ragged chasing delmquents May 27 Another Hun to our crednt The entertainment was a success The big attraction was the comedy Teacher Km I Cmo Home June 15 lt doesn t seem as if another year could roll by so quickly Tempus certainly persists in fugxtlng Only two more years and we will be SENIORS September 12 1927 Back on the old field agam Between the Laundry Board and numerous crack ups our numbers are sllghtlv dlmmxshed but the remainder of our class is back in the fight for class rings We chose Walter Pindell for this office and selected Mrs Hopkins as our honorary member A ouember 18 As a result of our strenuous efforts we are at last to receive our class rings Our committee IS already at work on the design Who says there am t no Santa Claus March 7 1928 We walked the halls with heads held high and fingers out stretched The reason Class rings of course March 9 W had an extremely important class meeting The question of class colors was placed before us Yes every one spoke at once and what s more each suggested a different color March 16 After a week of argumentauon we have agreed on black and gold for our class colors Long may they wave' Mau 1 Quick work Our banner has arrived and do we like it' Well Ask anyone from 29 Mau 15 An air of secrecy and excitement pervades the atmosphere We are feverishly working for the biggest and best Junior Senior Prom ever held at T l-I S Mau 17 More feverish action on our part May 21 Still more feverish action June 1 Est ce qu 11 est possible' Yes No For tonight the Junior Senior Prom vtas staged It was indeed worth all our labors The auditorium was converted into Mistress Mary s Garden and as interior decorators our boys take the prize The entertainment xncluded a pantomime The GQQ 1631 f si X ik ' 'VY I . . , F ' 1 ' ' L J-T . V . . ' - . . X . .TTT 1 ls. ' P" I v ' ' I Y FF Ulf Pk October 2O.4We re-elected our old oflicers with the exception of our treasurer. A, . 3 ,. , - r -"" J n - .- e ' ' , ' ' ' . . V . V . . , - , ' Y .- 1 ,. . , , . . - . y . V . . CA I0 NJ nj D011 Shop m whlch the glrls dlsplayed thelr dancxng ablllty The one act play Aunt Harrxet s N1ght Out was a blg success Thelma FIICS Anna Davls and LOUIS Bowen certalnly acted thelr parts well A short dark face act by Dugan and Edwards added zest to the program and the entertaxnment ended wlth a grand and glorlous iinale June 2 Ouch The mornmg after the night before' Wlth the combxned ass1stance of five bovs and a 2x4 truck the hall was cleared up m the record breakmg t1me of four long hours June 4 And then came the blow Treasury M T June 23 The day of our lmves' ' Our outxng to Forest Green on the Bush RIVCY IS an event long to be remembered by all of the members of our squadron It was one gala day Words can t express how we enjoyed ourselves Swxmmlng rowmg speedball and those pleasant llttle trips to the sprmg and nearby CU stores We notxced that coats were popular on the return tr1p June 25 Woe be unto the man who slaps a Jumor on the back thls day Noxzema stock took a jump of 10 pomts over the week end fAnyone fa1l1ng to comprehend the above two lmes ask any member of the Class of 29 for detanlsj June 29 Our last day as jumors Two more months and we e SENIORS September IO 1928 SENIORS at last' After a three year hop of record breakmg achievements The Splut of Z9 has come 1nto lts own' September 12 uxck orgamzatxon? Well I guess' We elected the same officers who pxloted us through last year s rough flymg mcludmg Mrs Hopkms wlthout whom we would have crashed long ago October 25 It seems to be our lot to flghf for everythmg we want Just emerged from a dlscussxon as to whether or not we should publxsh SIDE LIGHTS Mr Buck has fmally glven us permnsslon and we are con fident of puttmg out the best SIDELIGI-ITS ever pub11shed at T H S October 30 Hooray' Our SIDELIGHTS Staff has been selected Donald Proctor IS our Edltor ln chlef December 18 A great waxllng and gnashmg of teeth resounded through the corndors today The first set of proofs arrlved We get a lxttle more nervous every day when we thmk how soon we w1ll be thrown out lnto the cruel cold world Snxff snlff' January 22 1929 Mld year exams aga1n Its amazmg how much knowl edge we have farled to acqulre Stlll xgnorance lS bl1ss and we are happy February l 28 Plenty of staff meetmgs ooo l4l 5,1 'fi' N , ., . 7- ,,' -V - H ' ' .- . . . , . . , H ..., Y . 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V - 6 Cf' kf March l 2 What ho mates Txs H15 Majesty s Shxp Pxnafore on the horlzon and so Plnaforc saxled mto Towson and docked ln the audxtorxum lt was manned by the Cvlee Club whlch dxsplayed a great deal of talent ln the presentatlon of thls operetta March 9 Hooray for our gxrls They won thxrd place ln tht Wnnter Car mval and were first among the county schools March l6 Three cheers for our boys Flrst place rn thc annual nndoor track meet was the result of strenuous practxce m the upper hall Aprzl 2 The Easter holxdays are our and we are now lookmg forward to June Sprmg ns here brmgmg tht usual sprxng flowers showers and sun shnne all of whxch help to produce sprung fever Maa 3 An axr of secrecy ptrvades the atmosphere the lovxtr classmen are plannlng thelr entertamments June 4 The class entertamments are oxer and 1n splte of all the dlfficultnes and debates connected wrth gettmg the Assembly Hall eserythmg turned out beautlfully for all concerned Jane 5 SIDIIIGHTQ IS out XVh1t a world of feelnng those thrcc words express The result of all our labors rs at last before tht cr1t1cal ues of the An Avzator Read on n a chzldren and aoa shall End ll hat happened to careless ll zllzam Grznd One alorzous mornzna Btll started out Hzs knoalcdae or aeronaattcs to float Before hts astonzshed pop eutd trzends ll ho predrcted tor h m all sorts of ends Such as hroken arms and a broken head And a Iona sojourn tn a hospztal hed B111 clambered znto hzs flaznq shaa And prepared tor a tconderfal qet a Lcaa He aelled Contact to a nearba man Please harry up zt aou posszbla can lhe contact teas made Bzll started to zoom Alas poor fellott he hadnt enouah room lht plane ran tnto a nttahborznq shed Poor Bzll das pulled out mashed and dead So nou, aentle readers remember thts fact Be sure aou are reada tt hen aoa aell Contact A Dsxls C450 l65 W .. f '3 X -Q It V . t Y . . i . - 1 . . 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X 1 1 'Algae .-eg? if-sa A Trzp Around the World 'I ne September 3 1953 Slartmq Place Crommer Fxeld Axrdrome The Fates of Aytatxon decreed a vu orld wxde lltght for the T Z9 A great roar of applause burst from the crowd as Helen Rullman repre sentatlve to the Olymplcs from the Unlted States ascended the ladder to the aeroplane Upon entermg the mam salon Helen was extremely surprised to see Russell I-Ierbst lookmg over some charts at a small table m one corner of the room At h1s slde stood Louxs Soule neatly attxred 1n avtatxon togs He was wxldly gestxculatmg and as Helen entered she heard htm say Now look here Russell don t argue wrth me for you re wrong even 1f you are captam of th1s plane Helen greeted both of them and then went to her cabm As she entered the wrltlng room she beheld live of her former classmates They were changed very llttle from the happy go lucky pals that Helen had last seen back m 1929 There was Maudult Berry a mlsslonary to Chma Norman Prmce a salesman for Wrxgley s Chewrng Gum Company Jeannette Helm a health worker who was on a world tour IH search for mtcrobes Hannah W1lll3mS a modlste travelmg for the Madelon Company and Eugene Beck who was just gomg to get an eyeful of the cruel old world Well' well well they all exclaxmed 1sn t thts great luck? Just thxnk what a wonderful tlme We are gomg to have novs talkmg of old frlends and of old txmes Thls plane must have been bu1lt just for a reumon of the class of Speakmg of this aeroplane sa1d Eugene dtd you all know that If was buxlt by Charles Winters company Charles ns some aeronautlcal engmeer noyy At thlS polnt the motors started and the plane tax1ed along the ground for seyeral hundred yards and then rose gracefully into the alr The T 29 had begun tts epochal fltght Fl he Toyy somtes leaned out of the vylndovxs to wave fareyy ell to the cheermg crovxd l00l V -. ' --n-'1 "9-v v 7-1 gui " 41 ' 1- ..l.i.gF2", - Q L - L L ' 512 ."- .--. 12.40 5- 1 .. 1 :" i- 1 Q 2 ... , 3 ii.. V - .- - X : -ef -1 3 ggi 4 E E31 5 1 g l I L.:- : ,..-H" -. .- of ,f ,fa , ,, 4' . . - ., -K F' 2: 'P' .f 1' -4 - n 'x t 41'-12.2-.4. gg .lf '554s. 1 7' 1 V. . V - . I . , l ' - I ' 3 l . . V . . V . V V V , . V , . . , V V - VV - 1 1 Q V I V , , . . V V V - .A VV. . . 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Y CFQWMA Do you knoyy Nlaudy exelarmed Norman rt seems mposslble that you ar gomg to be a mnssxonary but I ll bet youll make a good one Back 1n 29 I hought that Loulse Phrpps and El17abeth Lloyd yy ould make good mlsslon arres but mstead of that they are yery successful busxness yvomen Ch dont yyorry about my occupatlon drawled Maudy you really shouldn t do that XVhy I ll conyert eyery heathen 1n Chlna before the year s out Let s change the subject broke ln Hannah A frnend of mme vyants to send her chrldren to school ln Europe Do any of you know of 1 good school there Do I gasped Jeannette W ell I guess I do Why Mary Stevens Xfllflk Hoshall and Geneya Scharfe haye a wonderful school at Avrgnon I have been correspondmg yv1th them and they wr te about so many embryo Counts Dukes Duchesses and Barons who are thetr puplls that lf makes you d17zy to read about them Its a yery LYDLHSIVL school but If s a mnghty fine one mffht I m gomg to bed and get all the sleep I can I don t rhlnk that anythlng could make me sleep whxle we are m Los Angeles and Hollywood not even Donald Royston s Solutlon That Sat1sfactorly Stops Somnambullsm See you ln the mornmg Gradually the rest of the Towsomtes retlred to thelr cabms and the T 29 yy as wrapped ln slumber After elght hours of steady flymg the plane arrlved at Los Angeles The Townsomtes awakened much sooner than usual and Maudy remarked fjust as he dxd back rn 791 XVell am I hungry Let s look up some place to eat I second the motlon sand Jeannette and so they all proceeded to leave the shxp IH search of food On the corner of Hollywood Boulevard and Santa 'Vlonlca Avenue they sayy the flashmg electrlc slgn of the Montmartre That looks good saxd Hannah Let s go 1n They entered the Montmartre and had just seated themselves when a short blue eyed glrl breeled rn and placed ash trays and matches before them Imagme therr amazement when they found that thls cxgarette glrl was Mary Kelly She appeared as surprlsed as they were After several hours of relaxation the Toyvsomtes wended thexr way to Hollyvy ood As they aruyed at the Paramount Studlo they were treated to another surprxse by meetmg Charlotte James the scenarlo wrrter of Naldean Vogt s latest plcture vy hlch was belng taken at that t1me Charlotte told them that Howard Cwross had also entered the movles and vy 1s domg well rn the role of a comedlan After thoroughly domg Holly yy ood and Los Angeles the Toyv sonrtes returned to the plane vyhrch shortly afteryy ards resumed 1ts flrght and headed for Honolulu rts next stop After c1rcl1ng oy er Honolulu for qulte a yhlle to grye nts passengers a bird s eye vlew of that plcturesque clty the T 29 Hnally landed or terra firma once O90 IGI I.. f e -Q . fi V . V . .V V V V . . I ' Y ' YH KYB Y 'A I I I ' ll I i H .H V'- i I V .A lx I 1 I ,., I . " ' ' ' . , , X V 7 V v Y Y 11 l . 3 I ' I "I "Thanks lotsf l'll tell her about it." replied Hannah. "Well, good- K., . x I . . I I A V - 7 I ' 3 D I. X ' ' ' -f v ' yr y v -' v ' x ' V 1 r l v V s V - ' 3 X Y ' Y V 5 J I . ' ' vm I QV A u ' vu ' s ' ' - fs ' ' m um ' 'V -I ' - v u 1 " " Gy I0 NJ '39 more In the rush to get out Jeannette accxdently stepped on Eugene s foot Ouch My pet cornl he screamed Oh I beg your pardon Jeannette repl1ed but have you corns? Dont you know that Leo Clark s drug company IS putting out a marvelous corn plaster? If you want one I ll lend Extra' Extra shouted a newsboy All about the non stop flrght across the Pacxflc IH a race wlth death Hannah grabbed a paper and found that rt was none other than the Semr Colon wlth Evelyn Zulauf as prlot that had raced across the Pacrlic carrymg Dr Josephrne Wadsworth wlth an entirely new and effectrve cure for a vrrulent dlsease IH Indra She was accompanred by her nurse Clara Long and two secretarres Thelma Ford and Catherme Lang Just then Eugene rushed up Have you heard about rt? he asked Isnt xt wonderfull But guess whom I 1ust met? Grlberta She s wrnter mg here marrled a mrllxonalre and us now travelmg ln the hxghest soclal clrcles You dont mean II txclalmed Hannah But whom dxd she marry? That s just the pornt Eugene replled txcltedly xt s Edmund' You remember Kenny don t you? He made a fortune rn orl Isnt that just llke hlm? Dld Gllberta menuon any of tht old T H S crowd? asked Helen Oh yes She sa1d that on the way down she met Erxtz Cockey who was taklng a free trrp to Hollywood as the first prrze wrnner IH a beauty contest Ludwrg Eger was wxth hlm as his press agent She also told me that Ruth Caples and Julla Sparks are Jomt owners of a natlon wxde Cham of dress shops Culadys Shroeder Ethel Hlltz VIartha Wllhelm and Dorothy Preston are man nequxns 1n the maln shop whlch IS on Flfth Axenue New York She also met Catherme Bortner and Ellen Vlerrltt vsho were on therr vsay to the Ken tucky Derby m whlch they were tntermg Bonme Lassre and Napoll III Before leavlng New York Culberta went to Roxy s Theater and saw Dorothy Cole as the leadxng lady rn one of Edvurn Burkhardt s revues Before departmg from Honolulu the party was Jolned by Vlarle Exans a buyer for the Wholesale Honolulu Grass Skirts Company Agam aboard the T 29 the Towsomtes tuned rn on the radro program from XTW Harry Caples s statlon over whlch Jlmmy Dugan Howard Germ roth and Norrls Krng members of the orchestra at Stewart 'Vhltons nlght club vxere broadcastmg a musrcal program The next stop was Hong Kong Chma No sooner had the Towsomtes landed than a crowd of jabbermg coolles surrounded them The 29ers feared for therr lrves untxl a tall sllm person w1th a gruff volce appeared on the scene and drspersed the crowd Therr rescuer turned out to be Warner Duvall who for the past Eve years had been Amerxcan Ambassador to Chlna He extended O60 lo8 75 gl X .' 9 . 71' 75 . . .l , H ,. v- - .. y . , . V V 1 o v , H I -Y .. A ' I Y. . . . . ',, A, , ,, . . . - ' Y - y , . I. - H - . . -t v - - 4 , , . 1 11 .r . - ,H W - .. - rr .. v - - 1' - - ..- V 1 n . I - . . . - H 4. - - - .. ' v 1 v .. , - - . . , y v I - Y l . I I - ' - 3 - .. - - H .. - ,, 1 V 1 y ' . . . , ,, I . A I , ' v l v y T . . . , . y V 1 1 , . . . . . v , - , Z Cr Lf them a hearty welcome and mvxted them to attend a dmner whlch he was gomg to gnve at the Embassy that mght The stroke of exght found them enterxng the drawmg room of the Embassy where to their great amazement they beheld the famllrar faces of Martm Corn man and Walter Edwards Great guns' Corny surely has grown someone exclaimed The party rushed ln and surrounded Corny and Walter who as usual were slamming each other ffigurattvely not actually! After a general handshakmg they all started remmrscxng about old txmes In the course of the conversatron Walter Edwards told of h1s mxraculous clrmb from a stenographer to the posrtxon of General Eastern Agent for the Standard Oxl Company wlth headquarters at Hong Kong Walter sald that while m Indxa the prevxous year he had met Oscar Lackey who owned a large tea plantatron there Oscar told hum that Peggy had made her debut and had marrled an Englxsh army officer who was then statxoned ln Ceylon After a very enjoyable evenmg the Towsonxtes returned to their cabms on board the T 29 whrch was preparmg to leave for Bagdad Thrs cxty of romance and magrc greatly mtrlgued the travelers Jeannette xmmedlately drved mto a quamt old shop m her search for mxcrobes On the threshold of an mner doorvs ay she found herself confronted by the sylph lrke form of a woman draped m black whose face was concealed by a heavy verl Therr eyes met and Jeannette stood transflxed wxth amazement as the woman qurckly drew asxde her veal and drsclosed her features Mon Dreu Mmam Ebert' exclaxmed Jeannette Whatever brought you to thus heathemsh place? The last trme we heard of you you were an ardent advocator of peach farmmg Well I fooled you that txme sa1d Mmam for we decxded that date farmmg was much more profitable and so we came here Ralph Hett ns the supermtendent of our xrrxgatron department Only two days ago Malcolm Nexfeld Howell German Roy Riley and Cllfford VJ1llett stopped at our house on thexr way to hunt for dmosaurs nn the desert And guess who spent two weeks wxth us lately? Jeane Rosen she was here to get the atmosphere for her new novel The Son of the Thnef of Bagdad In a Br1t1sh hosprtal near here there are seven of our former classmates Hazel Carter Edlth Bortner Margaret Allen Elmor Mays Dorothy Ehlers Evelyn Kung and Blanche Crowder They came over together durmg the Anarchxst Revolutxon and proved so eflicxent that the Brxtxsh government has asked them to stay there If you ll come to dmner to mght I ll tell you some more news sand Mmam Thank you very much replned Jeannette but I am leaving for Rome at two 0 clock wnth a party of 29 Towsomtes And so they parted In 1929 Rome was the goal for Latm students Here nn 1953 was John Buck studymg architecture among the ancxent rums Here Robert Hambury and Gerald Plelke were planmng and workmg upon thenr New Project In OQO I69 r I' N . . AI " ' , . , V . . . . . , , Al ' ll - . , - I Q . . . . ' ' ' 4 A, . . AMMNJ Roman Mythology Here Mane Brewster was found absorbed 1n her work of takrng flashlrght photographs of Roman statuary She had at last found a strll object Mrldred Olras Thelma Frres Dorothy Parks and Gertrude Kolk were maklng a tour of Rome for the purpose of collaboratmg on therr new Latrn Text Book wrth Notes But as Rome was rn the throes of a revolutron for Vrrgmra James and Evelyn uelet had struck for more rrghts for women and the woman proletarrat of the southern European states was hrghly aroused the Towsonrtes VISIE there was cut shore On the 25th of January the T 29 landed at Le Bourget Flymg Freld Pans My' gasped Hannah turnrng to Helen we must hurry strarght to a harrdresser It seems lrke I haven t seen one for years Now Eugene please take our baggage and reserve rooms at the Contrnental Hotel Helen and I shall take a peep at Pans on the way down town The grrls Walked down the street and were busrly talkmg about the beautres of the French caprtal when someone tapped Helen on the shoulder Turning around she saw a tall gxrl wrth red harr dressed rn black sat1n and holdrng a French poodle rn her arms Mes amls from Towson exclarmed the g1rl Well what a comcrdence l m so glad to see you We re awfully glad to see you too sa1d Helen and Hannah but how you have changed Mary Alrce Wood Now tell us what brought you here To make a long story short Mary replred I came here seven years ago wrth Dorothy Ferguson and Dorthea Burgess both of whom have become renowned beauty specralrsts Very shortly after I arrrved here I accepted a posr tron rn the Follres Bergere and I am strll there I m now going to hear Rrchard Trllman delrver a speech on Women rn Polrtrcs Won t you accompany meg Wed love to Hannah answered but we are on our way to a harr dresser and smce you mentroned Dorthea s beauty shop we shall go there See vou later They contmued on thelr way and after spendmg several hours at the beauty shop they returned to the hotel That mght Helen Hannah Marre and Jeannette went to the Casrno to see a vaudevrlle act featuring the Three Blond Graces whrch they had heard so much about Do you know Helen those grrls look famrlxar to me whlspered Mane durlng the performance but I cannot place them Let s find out who they are Helen replred and called a crgarette g1rl who was standmg near by Our Mademorselle Amer1cans Mesdemorselles Vlurray Mohr and Blume the gurl answered Thanks' sard Helen Who would have belneved rt? Why they are Fmma Murray Carolrne Blume and Ethel Mohr What a small place thus world rs anyhow After the show they all called on the Three Blonde Graces behrnd the Cx... ooo 74, l70l .. ' gf' N .' f , p- ,EJ 11 - - . - 1 ,A , . 1, . . . , . . - ' l u 11 - .I - . 1 1 . - 1 . . 1 . 11 1 . 1 A, . V, . . H . . . . 1 . , 11 rr 1 11 - rr 1 1 1 ' 11 I 1 1 . ax 11 - U 1 1 1 . . . - 1 - - . 1 r - - - 1 1 11 4. 1 11 rl . 1 1 ' . . , 1 1 . 11 - 1 1 . . . A, 1 11 - , . ,A . . . ., . . 1 1 . - 11 , . tr 1 11 1 ' ' 1 1 . H . . . . - 1 1 "' 11 - I 1 v 1 f tr 11 - .1 ' ' - v ' , 1 ar 11 - 1 i - 1 T Cf KF scenes and spent a dtlnghtful half hour chattmg about the good ttmes thcy had had at Towson After spendmg several eventful weeks 1n Pans and a week rn London the Towsomtes once agaln embarked on the T 29 for New York As the plane started on the 3 000 mxles trlp across the Atlantrc Helen sank wearxly 1nto her chart and exclatmed Thank heavens we have left London I surely thought I would smother there Those fogs are perfectly terrrble but they d1d do me one good turn I got lost after leavmg Charmg Cross yester day afternoon and who should I bump mto but Dorothy McMann and Edythe Wrllxams Dorthy has the leadmg role m Helen Keech s new drama whnch they say IS creatmg a b1g sensatron rn London Edythe rs the London repre sentatxve of Gould Leverrng s trust company Margaret Sefton IS travelmg wrth her and IS provmg very effluent as her secretary They told me that Ruth Boone had just gone to Vrenna to study musrc and that Jean Burke Dorothy Robe and Martha Knrtly left two weeks ago for home They had been studyrng art ln London Edythe also saxd that Mxlton Lo17eaux has been studylng European educational systems rn London for several years Edythe Dot and I entered a llttle mn nearby to get out of the mist and Edythe ordered tce cream It was perfectly delnctous and I wasn t at all surprrsed when Dot mformed me that xt had been manufactured by the Hudson LOIZBBUX Ice Cream Company She sard that Mary Brown rs 1n the laboratory of the plant where she rs kept busy testrng the products and that Ernest Class 15 the general manager there Whrle we were talkmg a neatly dressed young woman entered As she seated herself we all gave a gasp of astomshment It was Dorothy Taylor She had just swum the Englxsh Channel she sard for the tenth t1me We surelv drd tongratulate her The Towsomtes spent the remamder of the journey drscussmg therr lnter estmg expernences m Europe As the T 29 clrcled over the New York harbor they caught srght of a glarmg red electrlc s1gn whnch read Bowen s Bowery Bakery They learned later that Walter Pmdell was rn New York experlment mg wtth hlgher electrxcal forms and radlo frequency theorles Heyward Pearce the well known chemxst was assxstmg h1m 1n hrs expernments and Franklm Bayne and Mrlton Hxlgartner were ready to sell Pmdell s apparatus as soon as rt was placed on the market George Rullman and the advertnser John Jenkms were financing the project As soon as 1t was learned that the Towsonltes had arrxved rn New York Dorrs Donnell and Anna Dav1s proprletors of the Rntz Carlton mvlted them to be thelr guests durmg the remalnder of thelr stay 1n New York The evenmg of March l found the travelers at the Metropolxtan Opera House to see Lorrame Hack as Anda rn Verdl s opera Rwpah Wrckes vu as also one of the cast All of the Towsonrtes went back of the stage to see thenr former classmates Lorrame told them that Cora Foster Helen Jenkms Vlmry or-" O00 I7 I I xg.: x -Q . -. 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I 4 1' - V 84.3 jj Holter Eleanor Koerber and Grace Allman owned and managed a large secre tar1aI school and that they were makmg money hand over fist Rlzpah also had a b1t of news to add She sard that Catherme Pratt was a swimming lnstructor at a large country club just outsrde of New York and that Eleanor Perdue was a rrdmg xnstructor at an exclusrve gurls school rn Massachusetts Before the party left the Opera House Lorrame remarked that lf any of them wrshed to reduce they should go to the Eckert Physical Culture School for the Overweight and thelr wish would be granted that Mlldred Eckert owned the school and Grace Thomas was the general manager On the mornmg of March 2 Hannah Wrllrams recerved a letter from Grace Hellwrg mvrtmg the Towsonrtes to the Inaugural Ceremomes at Wash rngton as guests of the lncommg Presrdent Donald Proctor Grace was prr vate secretary to Mrs Proctor who was also a member of the Class of 29 As soon as the letter was read Eugene asked Robert Hambury manager of the RII7 Carlton to see that their luggage was despatched as soon as posslble At last everythrng was m readlness and once more aboard the T 29 the Towson xtes were off for Washington on the final lap of therr history makmg world tour A Semor Yhey call me a Senzor But rf I always hutch And say that to go far My wagon to a 5,-ar l always have to hutch I cannot lzve the way I want My wagon to a star And so cannot qo far They say How tall you ue grown I hardly would have known you fo thrnk you are a senzor And qraduatlng tool To hztch my wagon to And rf I see the others Ihe way I want to hue!! Who dont know what to do That knowledge rs a steppzng stone And school rs just a pruot And rf I sep no star They say to lzue my Izfe There are so many others It leads you up the ladder My head contracts wrth dzzzaness Info the hefghfs SUCCESS And I conclude that stars and waqons And brzngs you Izfe s two creates! boons Content and happiness RUTH CAPI V9 Are runnrnq out of busrness cv ooo p, I72l fx 'Q X,-, 1 I.-to ,D 1 - , , , ,, . . I . , . I i ' - 4' 0 . - ' v - , . ,,,,..+.,.E Y , . - ,, , . ' ' , , . , , . . , . , 1 . . . I 1 1 T - , ,.4-' Heacllxqht Scurchlzahr Fnqzm Szeerma YY heel Auelerator X urs C us Ima Horn Shock Absorber Self Starter f lulch XX hulx Wuffler lzatra lzre Tall I raht I: xhuusl license lllutu Doors Semor Class Bus Nirs Hopkms Facults H Jxmmn Du an Vvlalter Edu 1rdS Nladult Burn Rllph Hutt Howard Gurmroth 1 udwng Lger Dorothy Roby Frederxgk Cocku Clais Duts Hden Rullman bdnth Vxxllnams Donald Prouor Martm Cornman Mr Buck Edvu nn Burkhardt 'Vhlton loweaux I ouns Souh 1929 Dxplomas O60 F31 X K A ml fl ff X l . X A , GX F ll ' - v . b' 1 ll7 .P x I b V I .5 g 1- , 7 , . , V ' A l Y 3 . - . I. . in .' 1 1 ' I1 xl ' ' 1 v Q in l X .4 mv , ' Q , 4 , x ' nl- , ' ' 1' ' , 1. - -kflv 4 ' , ', '. . ,. kr N lIL .L ifniz 'gs' T? H XXZM z J 42? ik t arm-1' if Come come sazd Wzllzam lVadsu,orth Bale Come I say before xt s late Tarry but longer sazd old man Bzll I shall no! ao tzll l make my Lczll For rn spzte of new fanqled zdeas 1 shall not lzsten to your pleas My umbrella s ready my lzfe saver s here But I shall never come back l fear So before I yo l hereby wrll To all my frzends from old man Bzll My earthly belonqzngs also this heed That they shall take warnma from my wild deed JEANF Sr DNX P Rosrw E THE NlEVlBl1RS Ol: THE CLASS OF ININETEEN HUNDRED AND 'lXVP'Nl lql NINE bemg of sound mmd do make this our last w1ll and testament After the payment of our just debts and funeral expense we grve devrse and bequeatl' fzrst To the Faculty as a whole A set of rules that nobody w1ll break Second To the Faculty rndlvrdually VIISS ALEXANDER A class that doesn t try to be funny 'VIISS ALLENSWORTH An Armstrong heater MISS BALLS A class that w1ll understand her hleroglyphrcs 'VIISS BANDEL An mdestructrble lxft pump 'VIR BUCK A school full of ladres and gentlemen MISS CROMIMER A class of freshmen that know rt all MR DYKEMA A new palr of glasses so he can C, sharp before he ll B flat MISS FEAST A class wrth horse sense MR HARP A human skeleton 'VIISS HELD--A w1de awake class so she wxll not have to raxse the wmdovu s 'VIISS l-IEROLD-A class that can eat the food that rt cooks MRS HOPKINS A much needed rest cure MISS LANKFORD A flre extrngulsher to save her harrpms rn the next fire MISS LEWIS A class that never Hunks her tests MR MADAN and MISS SNIOFNBOS A full Athletrc Assocratlon treasury VIR MCAULIFFE A new smock Vllss MILLER A perfect drer lf+I ,fr gt r 2 A R .1 V S Q e LV A C I l,t,i,.ii .:' 'E l 'N 2 lv , I' H .. , 5 fx r- " of '.' 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'l ', X a 1 Cr' Lf VIR RHODL A pack of lmed paper MISS EDNA ROTHHOLL A class fully equrpped wrth red flannels VlISS LOUISE SHAI-FFR A Senlor Cl1ss that doesn t make her blush MISS MARGARET SHAEI-I ER Slx study perxods a week without seniors VIRS SPURGIN A class that thmks math IS a beautxtul subject VlISS STEPHENS A clear road from Baltnmore to Towson MISS TOWNSEND A vxctory for Al Smith In the next electron MISS WACK A pack of O Boy Gum Thzrd To the Juniors Somebody to love other than themselves Fourth To the Sophomores A lrttle traxnmg Fifth FI o the Freshmen A mirror to reflect thelr monkeyshmes Szxth 1 o varxous members of the lower classes VIARCARET ALLEN S alr castles to some practrcal person GRACE ALLMAN S partlcxpatron rn athletlcs to Katherme Parks FRANKLIN BAYNE S cynlcal expressrons to Wallace Woodward EUGENE BECK S abllrty as a ground flyer to hrs brother Ernest MAUDUIT BERRY S much worn book of etlquette to GBIUS Goodwln CAROLINE BLUME s quret ways to Mary Mandro RUTH BOONE S drgnlty to the Junrors In hopes that they vull use rt CATHERINE BORTNER S fondness for horses to Martha I-lopps EDITH BORTNFR s herght ro Carrol Fowble LOUIS BOWLN S efforts to keep out of trouble to Phxllp Crxblet VIARIE BREWSTER S bxrdlnke appetxte to Harvrene Some VlARY BROWN S dxsllke for shorthand to Thelma Rodney JCHN BUCK S southern accent to Roland Bragan DOROTHEA BURGFSS S slow manner of speakrng to DeCourcy Leverxng JEAN BURKE S unllmrted vocabulary to Jeannette Sauters EDWIN BURKHARDT S elastlc Suspenders to Cnrdwood Magness to hold up hrs socks HARRY CAPLES S loquacrty to James Leslre RLTH CAPLES S punctuallty and prlmness to her SISIEI Martha HALEL CARTER S nervousness before exams to Mlldred Wood LEO CLARK S grln to anyone who can use 1t as falthfully as he ERNEST CLASS S erratrc Latm abllrty to Stanley Clark FREDERICK COCKEY S ablllty to step on gurls feet whrle danclng to anyone who deslres to acqulre the art DOROTHY COLE S colorless llps to Beatrrce Street VlARTIN CORNMANS actrons the mornmg after the mght before Nlcholas Hope BI ANICHE CROWDER S llterary ab1l1ty to Dorothy Schoelkopf ANINA DAVIS S curly locks to Mary Brookhart DORIS DONNELL S nonchalance to Louls Davls C Llght a Murad J RAY XIOND DUCAN s rah rah stuff to Mary Howard ooo 175 in. 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A ' I 1 . - . , G L I' " K 'iw WARNER DUVALI S IIOIOUS nature to George Gelston MIRIAM EBERTS expecfatxons of benng an old maxd to Mass use your lmagmatxonj MII DRED ECKERT S dlgmty to Dorrs Wheeler WALTER EDWARDS S restlessness In class to Clarence Class LUDWIG EGER S supposed authority over certaln aulhorxtles to George Sxlllk DOROTHY EHI I RS S mathematlcal abrhty to Mary Vlrglma Rlder MARIE EVANS S atroclous dlsposmon to Danlel Parrsh DOROTHY FERGUSON S qunet reserved manner to Cordella Pullm THELMA FORD S soprano vorce to Mary Prxce CORA FOSTER S trtle as Russlan Dancer to Julxa Rust THELMA FRIES S baby doll face to Frances Fantom HOWELL GERMAN s A s ro B1lly Carroll HOWARD GERMROTI-I S horse sense to Lours Lerf HOWARD GROSS S amlablllty to Mmam Boone l ORRAINE HACK S undymg love for bookkeepmg to Herbert Nortrup ROBERT HAMBURY S supply of chewmg gum In Mlss Bandel s waste bas ket to John West JEANNETTE HEIM s dlmples ro Mane McCoy GRACE HELLWIG S long finger nalls to Marne Bruggman RUSSELL HERBST S aeronautical knowledge to B111 Kauffman RALPH HETT s gulhbnhty to Robert Bnele MILTON HILGARTNER S well erased Latln book to George Rodney CDon t get bram feverj ETHEL HILTZ S patience 1n lettxng her hanr grow to Dorothea Becker MARY HOLTER S sense of humor to Evelyn Mattes MARIE HOSHALL S carefree nature to Kathleen Sprmg CHARLOTTE JAMES S ablllty to make eves to Lllllafl French VIRGINIA JAMES S ollve complexlon to Sarah Nealy HELEN JENKINS s behef In Santa Claus to the Fresh1es JOHN JENKINS S Jaz7 regxment to Evelyn Blume HELEN KEECH S 57 varletres of earrmgs to Catherine Tracy MARY KELLEY S art of struttmg about on spxkes to Helen Dost EDMUND KENNEY S well spent physrcs Derxods to some future physrcnst EVELYN KING S lxterary asprratxons to Phyllls Burgess NORRIS KING S slum physlque to Thurlow Cleveland MARTHA KIRTLIIY S talent as an artxst to Nancy Burke EI EANORA KOERBER S faxthful pocketbook to Catherme Waggner GFRTRUDE KOLK S dxgmfied semor manner to George Osenburg PEGGY LACKEY S knowledge of hockey to the Gnrls of T H S OSCAR LACKEY S mmute Smlth button to Rnchard Wxckes CATHERINE LANC' S bashfulness to Mary Potter ooo I76l J.f .., --1 E' 1 N I .' 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' . , . . , . - , - - , . . . 4 t . , . . . . . . , 4 ls . fr kf GOULD LEVERING S frlvollty to Bully Sneer1nger ELILABETH LLOYD S Chevy to anyone rn need of a relrable bus HUDSON LOILEAUY S fondness for dancrng to Ruby Whrtehead MILTON LOIYEAUX s habrr of bemg a day lare to Al Rubelmg CLARA LONG S expressrve name to Ross Gagllano ELINOR MAYS S delrcate constrtutlon to Dorothv Flowers GILBERTA MCGINLEY S tendency to be a man hater to Edna Wallace DOROTHY MCMANN S slgh of rellef to the faculty ELLEN MERRITT S Buxck to Marv Grason STUART MILTON S good taste for femmes to Nrcholas Hope ETHEL MOHR S numerous dates to Georgle Bosley EMMA MURRAY S glggle to Ellen Clayton MALLOLNl NEII ELDS schoolgrrl complexron to Grace Phipps MILDRED OLIAS S Hrrtatlous ways to Thelma Rodney DOROTHY PARKS S futurlstlc curls to George Wagner HEYWARD PEARCE S knowledge of world affarrs to Wlllxam German ELEANOR PERDUE S place on the football team to Anlta Seward LOUISE PHIPPS S senlor dlgmty to Lrllran Ey GERALD PIELKE S blushes to Grrdwood Magness WALTER PINDELL S anrmatron to George Adreon CATHERINE PRATT S bolsterous vorce to Roland Orth DOROTHY PRESTON S patlence nn goxng thru four years of hxgh school to Elrzabeth Akehurst NORMAN PRINCE s renacrry to Thomas Green DONALD PROCTOR S love for French verbs to Jack Rrley EVELYN QUELET S permanent permanent to Chrrstlne Whrte ROY RILEY S snowshoes to Loulse Mays DOROTHY ROBF S record breakrng attendance to George Olxa JEANE ROSEN S numerous novels to Ad Vlc'Vlann DONALD ROYSTON s hrlarrry to Robert Codd GEORGE RLLLNIAN S fondness for gxrls to Douglas Thomas HELEN RULLVIAN S athletlc abxlrty to Gretchen Cross GENEVA SCHAIREE S domestlcrty to Thomas Hunt GLADYS SCHROFDER S abllnty to recogmle people at nrght to Charles Kelly MARGARLT SEP PON S large assortment of cosmetrcs to Annette Harmon LOUIS SOULI S motto Never argue to Margaret Rust JLLIA SPARKS S abrllty to argue for Al Smlth to Miss Tovx nsend EILEEN STPVL-TNSS love for the beautlful subject Math to her slster Edna DOROTHY TAYLOR S popularxty to Dorothy Streber GRACE THONIAS S wntty personalrty to Hamrlton Poole RICHARD TILLMAN S xnferlorrty complet to George Schaffer ooo lffl in f Rf x --Q . , . . . 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I . , . . . ew D RIFHARD VIWCENI I SIILLL IoILL no Roland WLbLr XIAIDFAN VOGTS S GrLta Garbo S Stuff to Nora l LL DohmL Josl PHIINE WAosxxo1a1II s adomnon for all Ilnngs mrrunmo ro LdUCJfIOY1 to John Farlow RIJPAH WICIII I s qulck rLmpLr ro HLlLn Runolds CI II I ORD XVII LI I I S Nktll vlorn bookkLLp1ng book to EllLn Bond VIARIHA Wn HEI xx I pLr Lars ro Ruth Coggms FDXIHI XVILI I-XNIS S plLas1ng pLrQonal1tx and ch:LractLr1st1c sm1lL to NlLlba Fallon l'lAIN'XIAII XVILI mms I mLrhod of smudymg shorthand ro Ermsr Beck CIIARI F9 NVINTI-R S trumpet to 1930 Senlor Class to keep lf avIakL next yLar VlARI AI ILI VJOODS raun bl1Lk lrcssu to lr1ncLs Rullman lvl I HN YLIALI S swing to Eulyn Ilurnu VJL appolnt 'Vlr GeorgL Buck to be thL LXCCLIIOI' of thms our last vull and tLsta ment ln vutmss whLrLof WL ham l1LI'LUl1IO SLI our hands 'Ind afHxLd our seal thls first dax of Aorxl n1r1LtLLn hundrLd and rvsentv n1nL FI ASS OF I920 The Pzlots Masterpzece or, The One Wing Plane Have you ever heard tell of thc one Lunq plane I hat uae buzlz hu Joseph Mclhuselah Rum It flew for nearly a month and a dau lVhen zt qaue up the race and-ah but stau I ll tell you the slory u,1Ihou1 more deluu ll I a maqzcal Qtoru of uonderful Innes Such as seldom are found In muzhzcal rhumes In mneteen hundred and lumtu mne On IhL ffm! dau of fum LL hLn Ihe Lcealhar uus fine loscph decided the Izme LLUS LII hand ll hen his plum should lJL Ieslcd In air and on land O90 ISI 'l.I' :wp N , j ,J 4 A 1 A 'hx' V11 Y 'H ! 3 . 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I L, 'J 1 I ' I I II I - I 1 ' ' 1 I . , , I I' ' l ' , . . - I - I- I If I , -I 1 F ,rf lhe plane was equzpped wtth all the best parts And butlt by skzlled workmen at all ktnds of arts lhe ltke of thzs plane wzll neter be round lhat wtll fly tn the atr and run on the Ground lhe day tt was tested the wznd was so hrah lhat many men s hats flew skztttshly by l he test was completed the fltaht a success Joseph was happy and so were the rest After the test fltaht the azr was hts home And many a day thru the sky he dtd roam lwas the Hrst of July when the aecrdent Came Ana' no one can say that Joe was to blame For he kept the machzne tn areatest shzp shape from the laraest of nuts to the smallest ot tape Llow hzs plane tt dza' aleam as tt soarecl thru the azr And the crowds they assembled as tho at a fazr He was altdtna alona at a most pleasant rate XX hen the ttme arrtped chosen by tate he plane tt beqan to dzssemble tn atr the tazl skzd departed for some dzstant lazr rudder and azlerons then dzd depart lett poor Methuselah weak tn the heart propeller then left the sky for to roam Hunttna propellers heaetnly home he And lhe And For tt left Vlr Joseph Methuselah Ratn Hanqtng tn atr wtthout any plane He sazled away to reazons unknown ind lzke the wztch on the broom stzck he flew all alone And he And he enqtne than wabbled and shw ered and shook eleuators rudders and spark pluas forsook wma and the fuselaqe next took thezr leaue the rest of the story zs hard to beltete DoRoTm lApoloqzes to Olwcr U endell Holmest E f' sig III N X 'J' gg-Nl 'Nj XX O90 U91 Roar N . , kfx 1 . . . . Q. , Q - , , Y. . . . I . ' ' ' 1 1' Y - K , . ' . ' 7 N - ' r l ' ' I .' "'ff. V ' ' f . ' , ,, ' ' ' v X 1' ,F Q V - V 'I V v - 1- : I ' ' , I V . . . Y . 1 . 1 b . Y j V is , , V i , . , . . 7 . . ' . I -' 11 1 , , - 1 . Y 4 , , I V 1 , . 1 l v v 1' I Y. -. A A ' ' , 'J V 1 X x S . Meg ., Yagi! .R qw'-X515 NS . 1" fe x bb.i.1'..-.5 dv' ' VX + .,. -..-R Sw Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Wmgs Brotherlu Loce Dunne l ada Cree and lake Head Man Hot tXeu.s I forbzd Wzdnzahl lzfe Openzna 'Xzqhl fhe Perfect Crzme Port ot Dreams Rzdznq to Fame Suck to Your Story fhe Spleler l arsztq fxream of the Earth Honor Bound ll here the I au, Rides Red Hatr The Shout Ctrl Heart I rouble fhe Racket Pau 1-ls You Enter 1 Duty s Rettard Xauqhtu Baba B11 of Heaven lhe Gale Crasher Cxhozr Inuszble Potter of the Press I ttle Ir sh Gtr! I h Nut Cracker Arzstocratzc Mzss Brewster Hrs Secretary Her Honor the Governor fhe CFPUI Deceptron 9 lence I ck 1 Numbers fhe Maslermznd I: xcess Baaaaae D Senzor C znemas O60 pac Thelma FIICS Russell I-lerbst Gerald Prelkc and Robert Hambury Naldean Vogts l cssons Jrmmy Dugan l929 Qldellghts Faculty Louxs Bowen Senior Play Playmg hookey and not gettlng caught Commencement Nlght Ellen Merrxtt l ou1s Soule Donald Proctor l929 Ereldball Tcam Mxrlam Ebert Senlor Class of l029 After a trlp lo the office Mlss Steohens s Car Exelyn Zulauf Vlary Alxce VJood Cnlberta XflCGlHltX and Edmund Kenny John Buck Senxor Dances A E Nlaudurt Berry No Assxgnments Er1tL Cockey Glee Club Sldelxghts Staff Mary Kelley Walter Edwards Mane Brewster Cora Foster Mass Balls Blufllng I xbrary Report Cards Rnchard Trllman Text Books :. 4 gl, N . J ,HJ all ' 'E7 . , 4 ,Z Y Y VY V X 7 y V H - - rv 1 K ' A- ,1 E , I ,, . , ,, I ' - , The u'l'C1'41'lvf7gl March ' ' . . 7 V i V ' I r r l , L V I y 5 ' R ?n B R ' , i . . 7- -l Y .114 1 1 , Gi F0 l l XT A-Av! C-'L J umuunlulannla' lA,q H, ,WW NW ff' -v ,,,, M ix xLl 'X 1 r ' X I X ' -ff? 1 H5 X 73 - L 2 ,...v... ' f ...-lik Vf A 37fNK ,ff X 4, I X ' "" A ' iQ, fig X A ffffk X4 w '--- X iff V' Y V -: -d F v.',rQffLE7 i I V 1 2 W I l u IL NIOR Cx ASS -nl Jumor Class History IKE every Freshman class 1930 spent IIS first days rn T H S lost ln the strangeness of thrngs and afrald of everyone from the faculty to the jamtor But soon we knew our way through the corridors we found that the teachers d1dn t brte and some of our braxer spmts even dared to make a nonse After Chrrstmas we elected Donald Cooper prestdent Ethel Rxchardson vnce president Cmeorgre Bosley secretary and Ph1l1p Crrblet treasurer Our only actrvrty accordrng to the mlnutes was the drscussmg of entertamments We almost had a taffy pull but rnstead of the taffy pull we decrded to have a dance However We agam changed our mmds rn favor of a movre whlch was nearly glven But what We finally d1d have was an entertainment for good old 27 whrch xncluded a play a dance favors and refreshments The entertain ment IS a lrttle hazy ln our mmds but we do remember that lt put us rn a hole financlally so rt must have been good In the fall of l927 the former freshlcs returned to 'Iowson as lordly sophomores We d had our ground school trarnmg and were ready to take off solo at any tame We went back to the hangars we had just used last year wrth a superlor feellng We could look down on at least one class In the first part of the year we got down to bus1ness Wlfh an electron of officers We re elected Donald Cooper presrdent Sherwood Wershext vxce nresldent Llllxan French treasurer and Cweorgle Bosley secretary Mrss Lankford was elected honorary member and our government was complete The class held a theatre party the play chosen bemg Escape In the sprmg we entertarned the class of 1928 wrth a play followed by a dance The play Lrttle Lady Dresden was presented by Jeanette Sauters Vlf21H18 Bosley Frances Lrnzey Elvrna I-Ioffman Sherwood Wershert Douglas Thomas Bllly Sneermger and Philip Crlblet Now 1n our thnrd year we have a new rdea of ourselves as Jolly Jumors and begun to take an lmportant part ln school actrvltres Thxs year we are proud of havmg three members on the Varsrty basketball team Our home room entertamments rn assembly have been full of prevlously unknown talent Two of our gurls have taken the leadmg parts m the school operetta Pmafore The officers elected at the beginning of the year were Sherwood Wershelt presrdent Donald Cooper vrce presrdent Georgre Bosley treasurer Ruth Iynch secre tarv and Mlss Margaret Shaeffer honorary member In January our president resrgned and we elected Donald Cooper to that posntxon for the thnrd trme and also chose Albert Rubellnv to take h1s place as vrce presrdent We mstrtuted a new rdea thus year that of havmg a school rrng We chose a rmg wrth the Maryland seal on the face and an rmage of General Nathan Towson on the shanks and here we are thrs brmgs our hnstory un to tht date when thrs SIDFI ICH FS goes to press P CRIBI FT ooo- ! 8 I f lf' ' x 5-,e Lt 1 C t .Q . . . , . , y v V - 1 , I , . v Y v 1 - ' , , . V V . . . . . , - . : , -5 1 ' ' - I: f nv ' ' - 'Q u ' H . . , . . - I . I - . ' . . C, ' . - , , .. I . X? V' SL 1, L Ll -fl-Lf" 'N 2 .. rkrvi f Lid mil'-f 2,1 K, Zig 'Si' - 6' ,ff D W ,iE y,f -nur occ , 4 Y i xicx All Y W 1' 1 V: :LEX L I ff' X 'jzfiriiiix 1 I X A, X Q 'I . ' , Y' 'V - NW 2 X B G1 l ,V L .HJ X A XX XX-X iQ. gf!! x XX? - I ' 1 z A F w "' 1 3 X l I l Xfkjfz yexii L -:Jw ,I 1 i -...ll Y Vrrrr W" in :Q Y -I I SOPHOMORE CLASS K f Sophomore Class H :story UR own dear Towson High School on the morning of September 10 l927 welcomed to its flying field a brand new craft The Spxrrt of 31 The crew of this plane though young and inexperienced were most ambitious to make a worthy record on thelr freshman flight Their first effort was a class meeting held after many conferences with Mr Crommer for the purpose of selecting officers and a pilot Miss Mary Crommer was chosen as honorary member Nicholas Hope as president Stanley Clark as vrce president Norma Lewis as treasurer and Mary Pratt as secretary After this meeting business was conducted by the executive committee in which each section was repre sented by two members This organization inspired The Spirit of 31 even greater thmgs Still longing for that record flight they decided to follow the example of the three upper classes each of whom had entertained at an assembly Section IE offered their services and prepared to startle the school with a program based on their study of American poetry Among the several poems dramatized Zekle and Huldy blushed their way through The Courtm and The Vision of Sir Launfal was presented in colorful pantomime Following this came preparation for the grand flight of the year the seniors were to be honored with a farewell entertainment On thas occasion an Our Gang Comedy on the screen was mtroduced by Our Gang in per son these being members of the First Year A garden dance by Milderd Wood and Betty Verleger and a one act comedy completed the program Jrmmy Dugan s orchestra was engaged and a capable refreshment committee provided abundantly Francis Cooper as senior president assured his hosts and hostesses that their attempt to break the altitude record had been indeed successful The Splrlt of 31 took off on its sophomore Hight with Miss Ruth Wack as the new pilot Nicholas and Mary were reelected to their ofiices of president and secretary respectively and Gaius Goodwin and George Gelston were taken on as vice president and treasurer The first objective of the new executive com mittee was a conference to persuade Mr Buck that the Second Year as well as the Third Year should be permitted to purchase school rings This conference con ferred but did not persuade The executive comm1ttee then turned its attention to other matters the most important of whrch was planning the entertainment for another group of departing seniors After many proposals had been consrd ered a comm1ttee was chosen to select a suitable play What could be better they concluded than a presentation from that idol and hero of all Fourth Year classes the immortal Shakespeare? No sooner said than done One of his greatest tragedies was placed before the seniors who recognized it readily though the poet hrmself might have had more difliculty rn domg so Love s labor was not lost for the seniors expressed themselves well pleased and agreed cheerfully All s well that ends well GX O90 l8fl 3 1 C X . 1 fy --J 1 1 - - 1. - - 1 11 , i . 1 1 1 - 1 Y 1 T 9 1 - 1 , - . .... H . . , ,, t - 1 1 - f 1. - 1 11 1 1 H . . . ,, . . an 'V ' lA I1 ' , . 1 - ' , . . . 1 1 U . . , ,, . . . . 1 1 , . 1 v ' V 1 1 1 . . . . . , 1 H 1 VY , . 1 Mfg Y. -J f .15 JL. P HIV KI? NIE KWH KIM NN N KX 7 y : " , I, 'X V ,Y ' ix li 6x5 1 73 Q4 X ' W N 1 X 4 A 3, J . ' ' 5 , Vx! X X616 U V . I u I ...JK X,JNN.v-14x,,'X.,-fvv"f'x- X-, v,,n..fy- ' T' f Q ,ig fQf-w - ! f if ' L , AA r x-xnxx +w X Q' I 1 2 B I u FRESHMAN CLASS Cf' kf Freshman Class H :story N September 10 1928 The Spmt of 32 made a graceful landlng upon Towson s flymg field Our large crew t1m1d and shy entered the spacrous halls of Towson Hxgh Ground School The other classes were already seated and calmly surveyed us who were merely the Grease Monkeys Some of us were frxghtened as we took our places and glanced furtxvely around A feelmg of homesrckness came over us as we real17ed that we would soon be sent to varrous home rooms and probably separated from our frrends When we began to recover from our uneasmess we saw a tall man enterrng the audltorrum He apparently was the Commander of the Squadron As he looked at us hrs new charges we began to feel uneasy agaln Our nervousness proved to be unwarranted however as the Commander soon became the beloved leader of all the newcomers At last we were establrshed rn our new quarters under the gurdance of the mstructors of the school Everyone settled down to work mtent upon makmg a worthy record of hrs freshman fllght Our crew soon felt the need of organraatron and after much dxscussron chose Mxss Lankford as pllot Richard Wrckes as presrdent Louls Davls as vlce presldent Ruth Chambers as secretary and Eleanor Lorzeaux as treasurer W then decrded to follow the example of the other classes and entertam the school among our crew Y Then came preparatron for the grand flrght of the year we were to have the honor of entertarnlng the crew of T 29 After conslderlng various pro posals we Hnally decrded to be orlgmal and presented a crrcus whrch mcluded everythrng from the fat lady to the trght rope walker The crew of the T 29 were delxghted and we felt amply rewarded for all our efforts The grand flrght of the year was mdeed a record breakmg success Freshman Longzng It s tzme sazd the freshman that we begzn To spread our wzngs and leave thzs dm Of haughty senzors that know rt all But no' sazd Mother T H S' Go not tzll I thmk rt s best Contented be you tzl the fall Then on wzllmq wrngs you ll rzse Hzgher upward towards the skzes There eventually you wzll reach The haven of Sophmorzal Peace JFANE SYDNYE RQSEN O90 l9ll I is f '3 I GX ' ' 3 r ' . e at several assemblies, which brought to light a great deal of unsuspected abilit ld ll 'K -l ' - . .x ., ll ' ' ' ! GX I0 f QS 3 OQCHESY X AT H Mice. P-Mi l ox O00 Q ' , X Student Counczl 412 Student Councxl mstrtuted by Mr Buck was organlzed thrs year for the purpose of cooperatrng wrth the prmclpal and faculty 1n handlmg those problems affectmg the general morale of the school It IS the arm of the councrl to develop the student morally socrally and physrcally and to grve hrm the experlence of partrcrpatrng rn a democracy The councrl conslsts of the presrdent of each class one member elected from each home room and three faculty members The meetmgs are held every Tuesday durmg home room perrod Commlttees have been appomted to look after the prano regulate traflic rn the parkmg space behrnd the school and to abolrsh the use of undrgmiied language OFFICERS HELEN MUVIMA Vzce Preszdent MARGARFT ALLEx Secretary RUSSELL HFRBST Treasurer E941 LUDWIG EGER t , s p,4President , T T h fwf' Cf U' N-1-' 'Q . Latm Club Officers THELMA FRIES-Consul GEORGIE BOSLEY--Stfflbe PHILIP CRIBLET-Quaestor REX Gould Levermg John Jenkms Donzell Brxtton Nlcholas Hope Ramsay Thomas Wrlllam Lynch Donald Buck Donald Jewell Albert Rlch George Adreon Wnllxam Schuman MILDRFD OLIAS Consul ELSIE DEVEAS-Censor S'lANLEY CLARK Pontzfex Maximus IVA IIIA IIAa IIAb D Aa A Ac Da Db REGINA Dorothy Parks Ethel Rxchardson Mmam Boone Mary Pratt Dolores Fahey Ada McMann Ruth Chambers Rosalle Jacobson Catherme Webster Mane McCoy Kathryn Richardson 090 l9al r I nn ll' ' George Sillik IIAc Frances Rllllman II ' ' IIF I a 1 b I . I ' I n . . I c G ' J' IIE GIEE CLUB Cr' kf ,X The Glee Club HI Glcc Club ns an orvamzatron vuhrch attempts to carry on wrth the adxanced students a mort pretcnttous and sernous program of mustc than IS possrble rn the classes Tbls means preparatron and prcsentatton of one or more programs for publlc pcrformancc The first performance thrs year was Grlbert and Sulllvan s famous comrc operetta Pmafore Dcsprte lrmrted rehearsal pertods the chorus succeeded m domg excellent work and thc prmcrpals drd very credutable work somc of them dcmonstratmg unsuspectcd 1b1I1ty The Glen Club ms Iookmg forward to rcndcrrng a fine program xt com mtncement OFFICERS LUDWIL EGER Presrdenr CoRA FOSTER Vzce Presrdem HUDsoN Lom ALX Secretary Gu BFR FA Mcfitxt I x Treasurer VIR KAR! DHAINIA Dtrecror Sopranos Dorothy Cole Dorothy Ehlers Grlberta IVIcG1nItx Thelma Fnes Vlargaret Allen 'Wmam Boone Irances Srpes Mlldred Burgemttsttr 'VIar1e Bruggman 'Vlxldred Betl I rllnan French 'Vhrxam Garner Ruth Cross Marlone Tolle Cathenne Tracx Vlargaret Herring Helen Turner Nlarx Pr tc Carolxnc Grtcn Jtannette Sauters Vrrgtnta Bosltx Betty Sucro Nlarv Dans Nlurtel Fly Altos -Xmtt Burgemexstcr Exelyn Jurnex Dons Phlpps I ourse NIaxs Jane XKIQlSbl'Od Catherrne XX agncr Exelxn Adreon Nlane Gallon ax Nlartha YV1lhelm Ruth Caples Charlotte James Euelvn Ixrng Nlxrlam Ebert Hllda Prntchett Gretchen Cross Vlartha Dans Cora Foster frrst Tenors Russell Herbst Hudson I oweaux John Buck I ours Soule XValter Edwards Theodore Ebert Stuart 'VI1lton Qetond Tenurs Wtrner Chapman John XX hrtney I udxug Eger Grrdvx ood Magness Fdward Schmxdt Russell Schmrdt X ernon lVIcC1han I du 1rd Smlth lrrsl Iiasstx Donald Proctor 'Vlartm Cornman Thomas Hunt Rxchard 'Illlman I ee Tnllman Robert I-hmhnrx Donald Cooper Douglas Ihomas Setoml Bum s Norms Ixmg Norman Pnnce O wald Clayton George XVagner XV1ll1am Kaufmm 'Xlxlton I OIICIUX Rrlph Hut coo I9f1 'hu X -q . : as ' V ' v v ' ' , . . c o . 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I - - A, 4 , , I r ' I 4 1 I LXFORE IIN HWS I TO 9 CA Cf' Lf Dramatzcs HAT would school life be without dramatics' We can t imagine since it has played such a prominent part in the school life at Towson this year Dramatics is one of the oldest forms of teaching and its educational value has been demonstrated this year by the operetta and the assembly programs The main dramatic achievement of the year was the presentation of Gilbert and Sullivan s operetta Pinafore under the direction of Mr Karl Dykema head of the Music Department The cast was chosen from Sophomore Junior md Senior Classes and consisted of about seventy five persons Donald Proctor skillfully interpreted the part ofCapt11n Corcoran and held his audience spellbound at times by his fine singing and splendid acting Louis Soule as Ralph Ra kstraw the boatswain aroused intense interest 15 he attempted to take his life for love of Josephine Jeannette Sauters and Virginia Bosley on different nights cleverly por trayed Josephine the Captain daughter We do not think that a professional could have acted the part of Sir Joseph Porter any better than our Martin Cornman whose solos brought down the 'ipplause of the house The part of the vamp Cousin l-lebe who so cleverly roped in Sir Joseph Porter was played by Vliriam Ebert who boldly disclosed her long concealed crime and vyon the heart of the Captain Other principals were Dick Deadeye Thomas Hunt Bill Bobstag Richard 'I illman Bob Becket Norris King The parts of the relatives of Sir Joseph Porter and the boat s crew were well played by a mixed chorus of about seventy selected voices The weekly assemblv programs prepared by the various classes proyed to be educational as well as entertaining Some of the programs commemorated special days or holidays as The Armistice Day program by IVB the Thanksgiying Day program by IIIC he New Year s program by IIID and Vylashmgton s Birthday program by IAB Other programs represented the school and its work such as The Math pro Gram by IIAC the Poe program by IIAB the Burns program by IlAa the pantomime of Hiawatha presented bv IA1 and the play The Trial of Bad English presented by Ill: The goal in dramatics has not yet been attained by the senior since he still looks forward to the greatest dramatic achieyement of the year the Senior Play The play has not yet been selected but it is eyident that there will be plenty of talent to make it a success Gr CDQQ E901 X f 'f' e K I . . . ' . ,S . 3 l 3 ' ' I 3' V 3 I . , A' 1 4 I . Cora Foster proved to be a most delightful and intriguing Little Buttercup. . . V . , Y . . Y I K .V. K 2 t D : ' . : : , 4: T , U 4 - n 1 ,Y V r ' 1 '- I 1 3 3 3 I , H V. H ' I Y fC ci CD63 ' I 5' N " N J 'YJ if ,- on The Orchestra LASHING cymbals the blatant blare of the trumpet the deep bass of the drum the syncopated melody of the saxophone the sweet strams of the vIolIn and the melod1ous twang of the banjo mtermmgled wxth the dulcet tones of the pxano Where? At Towson Hlgh School lVhat' Our Orchestra lVho P RUTH BOONE Plano RAYMOND DUGAN VIoIIn CHARLES WINTER Trumpet HOWARD GERMROTH Bamo JOHN JENKINS Drum PHILIP CRIBLE I I-'lure DONALD SCHWANEBECK Saxophone N001 f NoRRIs KING , I oloo Banfo I kr Cff' Cf' Kf The Atbletzc Assoczatzon HF Athletxc ASSOCIBIIOH was orgamzed m October for the purpose f plannmg and dxrectmg a program of physncal actxvxtxes whxch should be educa student OFFICERS RAYMOXJD DUGAN Preszdenr HELEN RULLKIAN1 Secretarq GEORGIP BOSLPI Vzce Prestdenz Gmoxxooo MAc3.NFss Treasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Elmor Mays Ethel R1Ch3fdSOH Frances Rullman Eleanor Loweaux Mllton Lo17eaux Roland Bragan Nxcholas Hope Rxchard Wrckes ATHLETIC INSTRUCTORS E Stanley MaDan Luella Snoenbos FACULTY ADVISER C J McAul1fTe or O60 I 101 I . f I3 ex ' I 1 . . . .r . O tional as well as interesting, and tend toward the all-around development of the A - . 4' L . k . 4 rv I ' . V 4 hi N.:-4 Fzeldball VIISS SNOENBOS I he yytnning ot the state championship this year by our fieldball telm yy is largely due to the able management and coaching of Miss Snoenbos HELEN RULLMAN Helen our captain has lcd us to yictoryf on numerous oceasions She his deservedly lcquircd the reputation of being Towson s best athlete EDYTHE WILLIAMS Cutie played the yery important position of center Xleyet year 1 m will miss her excellent playing KATHLEEN SPRING Behold next years fieldball captain Kathleen was our smallest player hut her size did not impair her good playing GEORGIE EOSLEY place as center guard next year ELLEN BOND Ellen s straight shooting made her a valuable member ol the team Her ood work helped to um many games FRANCES RULLMAN Although Franees is only a sophomore she succeeded in making the first team We commend Fran for her splendid Work ELINOR MAYS Fl nor one ot our exeellent guards knows hoyy to stiek to an opponent Her sportsminship has yy on for her the admiration ot her team mites FRANCES LIN7EY Franees was our goal keeper and a good one too Anyone yy ho has yyltelled her pliyinv knous yyhy yye yalue her RUTH BOONE Ruth yy as one ot our foryy ards yy ho filled her position with skill and d X tcrity She displayed her ability particularly in be Citonsyille game O00 l10l 'us f '7 Cl, K If e Ge F H . F x Y' 1 l H 7 I I I Y Y 3 C it VL 1 V 5 1 K 1 I I 5 ' i v . 1 Y- I - ' -. ki 1 L 513 L . W 1 I DA V A 3 1. .4 F I!" cyv 1 V1 ,Y D L I I M y h A H r vig 'S V' I 3 7 Y. - t u vx . 1 I ' 31 3 VI - C A L I v U Georgie displayed much skill as guard. XM: expect her to take Helcn's 1 I I I 1 I 3 - X 1 ' 3 G 1 'i A . 'H I xl I I I 3 1 u i A. 'V H 4 X .Q 1 D I 1 1 L ' I . E It ' K l . y w 1 v v 1 K' ' v' K l l el,- A 7. L 1 I c '5 x L . I Y I I 1 lL V4 5 1' GI 4: FD H GX ..: 4 :ey N 'Nj 'YJ Q S., hd ETHEL RICHARDSON Ethel vms an Lxupuonallx fim fullback Hu unusull Igllxty and Lxpert playmg kept mmx bllls out of thu Iowson goxl LOUISE MAYS oulsc dld lur p7rl nn lu pmv to um thu. Haldblll Lhlmplonihxp u dusarus a grnt dnl of Lndll for har Qplundld 'vlsimg next HELEN REYNOLDS I-hlen WIS our om and onlx subsututv. 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Basketball bl to the fact that the glrls fieldball team was sttll playxng m the State Tournament unt1l late 1n December basketball practlce was somewhat delayed However after much careful thought on the part of our coach Mxss Snoenbos two teams were fmally selected Helen Rullman the captaln was the only V1rs1ty player left from last year s team The grrls were not quxte as successful rn the County League games as ln former years They met their only defeat at the hands of Catonsvxlle However toward the end of the season the team had xmproved so much that the gurls were able to run up a score of 20 22 agamst the undefeated Park School Helen Rullman Captam C1 Elinor Mays Manager S C Kathleen Spring F Doris Donnell F Mary Potter F EdytheV71ll1ams F Frances Lmzey C Margaret Allen C Lourse Mays S C Frances Rullman G Ethel Rlchardson Cn Caeorgle Bosley C1 O90 1105 First Team Second Team GY I0 l WJ Volleyball XOLI EYBALL team was selected for the meet held at the Flfth Reglment Armory The Towson players Won several games but finally lost to Catons vrlle by one polnt As there are others deslrous of trymg thelr sklll at volley ball besxdes those who partxclpated m the meet we cannot deflmtely name the players who w1ll make the varslty team I he members of the squad are as follows Helen Rullman Captam Edythe Wlll13mS Dons Donnell Mlldred Eckert Ethel Rlchardson Dorothy Ehlers Ruth Boone Mary Potter Elmor Mays Louls Mays Anna Davxs Kathleen Sprmg Ruth Caples Georgle Bosley 060 l106 H I gif' Y x , J -5' - . V 1 ox E 1 E fe l Cf U -1.4" Soccer Team Front Row C Hart C Mace R Codd N Hope G Magness W Schrller R Bragan Second Row M Loweaux W Pmdell LCaptJ A Rubelxng C Wmter W German Cockey C Fowble G Osenberg G Rullman Coach MaDan League Games Towson 14 Randallstown 0 Towson Towson 4 Franklm Towson Towson 0 Sparrows Pomt Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Independent Games Normal Normal Navy Plebes Calvert Hall Polytechmc Towson Z 2 Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson 3 Forest Park 0 O60 11071 I Catonsvllle 8 Alumm Forest Park Mt St Joe Polytechmc Calvert Hall Y A . , SCORES -- 9-Sparks 2 - ' 6 l- ' . 1 ' 4 4- 0 2- ' 3 0-- l 5- 0 2- 5-- . . 3 0- 0-- ' 5 2- ' 5 . - 2 cf ,-'!2!"'i'?E, f F P8 f'Kf ,nf Basketball MR MADAN Although thls was Mr lVlaDans first year as coach at Towson he has shown marked ab1l1ty rn developmg good players He also organ17ed many worthwhlle athletlc BCIIVIIIES MR MCAULIFFE Coach Mac has been of great assxstance ln coachxng xarrous teams FI he fact that thls has been a banner year for the Tovu son Athlttlc ASSOCIHIIOU I9 due rn no small measure to hrs efforts GEORGE RULLMAN Although th1s was Buck s first year on the varsxty squad he was tlccted captarn and proved to be a very capable one Hrs steady work as guard deserves commendatlon GIRDWOOD MAGNESS GlfdWOOd was our hlgh pomt scorer Hrs abllxty as a forward madc hum NICHOLAS HOPE Nxck gave hrs runnmg mate Magness a hard fight for scormg honors He pulled more than one game out of a hole with hrs sensatlonal long shots ALBERT RUBELING Al not only played a fine defenslve game but was also noted for hls shots from behmd the foul lxne Hrs work 1n gettmg rebounds contrxbuted to the team s success CARROLL FOWBLE Carroll another junxor was our plvot man and a good one too Hrs abllrty to cage the ball w1th h1s left hand whxle under the basket seemed uncanny RAYMOND DUGAN Whenever the team slowed down Jrmmne was rrght there wxth an en couragxng word a quxck pass or 1 perfect shot Jxmmne excelled especlallx rn feedmg passes MARTIN CORNMAN Corny was one of our forwards Although he was handxcapped by has lack of exoerlence he drsplayed great sk1ll IH accurate shootxng l-le was one of our most dependable players O60 H09 A -Q r A ' A the star of many games. We expect great things from him before he graduates. g,-X I0 l NJ 'NJ WALTER PINDELL Wlth hns natural abxllty and experience of former years on the varslty squad Walter made an exellent guard Towson loses a real player m Walter NORMAN PRINCE Norman IS an all round good basketball player He played both guard and forward posntxons exceedmgly well H1s coolness and good work helped to vsm several games ROLAND BRAGAN Roland ns anothcr yumor who should prow xaluablc to ntxt ytar s tcam Ht combmed both offensxve and defcnsnt playmg but hrs sptclallty was gtttmg rebounds from hrs opponent s backboard CHARLES WINTER Scrubby was the only man on the squad who played tvtry pos1t1on I-le dtstrx es a great deal of credxt for h1s line work as ccntcr forvu ard and guard LOUIS BOWEN lou was Fowblc s undtrstudy Ht playtd IH ont of tht forward posxtxons when called upon and at such tlmcs showed marked abxllty SCORES Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Towson Tovs son Towson Tovs son T ovs son Tovs son Towson 1 taaue Games Randallstown Franklm Sparks Catonsx lllc Sparrows Pom! Independent Games Normal School U of Balto Frosh Army Navy Prtp Mr St Joe Elllcott CILS Catonsulle Llllcott CII, Catonsullt Alumnn Calxtrt Hall Sparks ooo I l - 0 BS! x . ,V - A 31 I Z2 ' 34 20 f , 43 ' 40 21 . . 29 - 1 ll . . a 33 ' ' f ' l8 Y' 33 3 ' Q ' V A rl x S ' 20 ' V 4 vu 54 GX 7 ll0 r 'N cf U' s-J" Track RACK practnce started unusually early thls year a month before the end of the basketball season Mllton LOIZCHUX was elected captam and Fredernck Cockey hrs asslstant The team has qurte a reputatlon to maintain smce last year s squad won both the mdoor meet at the Fnfth Regxment Armory and the meet thereby wmnmg the meet twlce rn successxon Thls year s squad ns the largest that has ever represented Towson and shows that a greater mterest rs bemg taken rn track BCIIVIIICS Mr MaDan IS confident that the team wlll Wm the Baltimore County Champxonshlp agam of" ooo Illl K I - . County meet in June. It has made a fine start by decisively winning the indoor F ra- 1 . 'WN "N J 'YJ if Baseball ITH nine members returning from last year s squad Coach Mac hopes to put a winning team on the diamond this season It is expected that the team will be entered in the state baseball tournament for high schools Those trying for positions on the team are Walter Schiller lcaptamj Robert Codd Walter Pmdell Roland Bragan Charles Winter Albert Rubelmg Raymond Dugan Curdwood Magness George Osenberg Walter Rader Howard Foxx Donald Schwanebeck Donald Cooper and John West SCHEDULE April April April April 'Vlay I Calvert Hall Boys Latm School Maryland Training School Franklin High Gilman Country School May May May May May Mt St Joseph Ellicott City State Normal Boys Latm School State Normal O60 Ill2l 7- - h April 5-Maryland Training School May 8-McDonogh ' 10- ' f l0- . . ' 16- ' ' l5-- ' ' ' l9- ' ' 17- ' 30- ' ' 24- ' ' i - 29- .5 E nv E Cr' lf Golf OWSON HIGH SCHOOL has wldened 1ts athletrc actxvrtxes thus year and offers among rts new sports the popular game of golf The team rs fortunate rn hav1ng the use of the lmks of the Rodgers Forge Golf Club Norman Rockel captam has vxslons of a strong team Those asprrmg for places on the team are James Leshe George Rodney Edrrc Rush George Buck Roger M2fflfi6ld Bnlly Smnth Martm Cornman Mrlton Bruff Vernon McCahan Up to the present tlme CMarch 19293 two matches wxth Catonsvxlle and one wxth Poly hate been scheduled O90 IIIBI fix 03 ' ki ' I 'WF X "N.j 'YJ ' 1'--1--' ra Tenms OR the first time in several years 'lowson Hlgh School boasts a tennis team Tennns had been trled ln past years and had failed largely because there were no funds to construct courts on the athletic field and also because there were only a few interested in this sport Early thls sprmg Coach MaDan 1ssued a call to all those interested in tennis The followlng candxdates for the team turned out Charles Wlnter Hudson Loxzeaux Mrlton Loxzeaux Louis Soule Lee Tillman R1chard Ttllman Donald Proctor Wlllram Smlth Phllxp Crxblet John Buck George Buck Walter Schlller Robert Codd Edmund Kenney Fred errck Cockely and George MISSCI Th1S group elected Richard Txllman cap tam Most of the team entered the Evenmg Sun Indoor Tournament and made a good showing Appropriations have been made for the construction of tenms courts on Crommer field SCHEDULE Army and Navy Prep Mav 15 gy 000 f1l41 Calvert Hall .tt.,,,a,tatataa..taataaaa ,t ac..aa aa.acacc rcac C . aa.. - April 18 "' re NJ 'NJ Towson Hzgh School Alumm Assoczatzon HF Alumni of Towson High School wishes to thank Mr George S Buck the principal of Towson High School and Mrs Buck for their splendid co operation in all the activities of the association In June I928 the Alumni presented to the school an oil painting of the late Arthur C Crommer in appreciation of the life of service he rendered to the school In recognition of Miss R Louise Balls s serwices at Towson High School for twenty live years the Alumni presented her with a silver basket of flowers at the 1928 banquet and established an R Louise Balls prize for efficiency in English to be awarded annually to the graduate of Towson H1 h Sch l g oo obtaining the highest average in English dur ng his senior year The Alumni entertained the State Field Ball Champions at the Valentine extended the congratulations of the Alumni to the team ALUMNI OFFICERS Agnes Mullen Hicks President Elizabeth Cordner Recording Secretary M Bremer Shearman Vzce President Gladvs P Hoffman Correspondmg Sec L1 Ruth M Wack Treasurer Theresa R Ricketts Financial Sec q EXLCUTIVE BOARD C Walter Cole Chairman Marie Hartley Shearman Francis Cooper J Howard Murray Frederick Peper PRINCE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP TRUSTEES Lawrence E Ensor Addie May Flayhart The Parent Teacher Assoczatzon HE Parent Teacher Association of the Towson High and Elementary School has grown tremendously in 1928 29 The association has been most helpful in giving financial aid for the continuation of the library while the interesting and worth while programs have been a real asset to the school The value of the P T A becomes more apparent each year and the fine spirit of co operation indicates a most promising future OFFICERS OF TI-IE P T A President Rev Richard W Wickes Treasurer Mrs William E Sites Vzce President Mr Fred L Mason Secretarq Mrs Jessie G Bradley ooo Ill6l .L l x " A Dance. at which time Mr. Wm. P. Cole. Jr., the founder of the association, er 'O C f The World Would Come to An End If John West jonned a ladles reducmg class Mrs Spurgxn wxllmgly admitted a staff member ln her home room All persons usmg Mlss Townsend s 1nk pald live cents Helen Keech came to school wnthout earrmgs Crushes ceased to exxst m Towson Hugh School Albert Rubelxng dxdn t make the Varslty teams Ruth Caples and Mllton Lolzeaux arrxved before 9 o clock Everybody attended a staff meetmg Sxlence were observed rn the lxbrary The three o clock bell faxled to rlng Donald Proctor agreed wlth anyone except hlmself Mr Buck gave a dlrect answer All rules of etlquette were observed during an assembly Miss Bandel bobbed her haxr Malcolm Nelfeld dldn t blush A perfect revxew lesson were read ln Vlfgll class Mlss M Shaeffer s chaxr remamed uprtght MISS Held had a poorly ventllated class room Mxss Stephen s car had a blow out The school possessed a good pencll sharpener The yearly schedule suxted everyone at T H S 'Vlane Brewster s haxr grew long enough to be put up Franklm Bayne ran out of wxse remarks One day passed wxthout John Buck and Louxs Soule arguing wxth Mlss Balls .llmmle Dugan spent H R perxod IH his home room Miss Allensworth dldn t have a tomato for lunch Burkhardt dldn t mterrupt class recxtatlons to ask qucstxons Mlss Feast gave her class a study pcrnod .leane Rosen stopped readlng novels Stuart Vlnlton lost hxs xoxct Mlss Edna posed for a snapshot O90 l1l71 lb: f W' Ml -Q f ,- Y , I X Y . , A . . , l 'I V7 I Y! A. Cf Lf s..z" New Books ln the Towson Lzbrary Hott to Grou, Fa! Hou to lzarn Nloneu Why I Xecer Razse Wy X ozce Makznq the Most or l our Educatzon How to Stand tn u.1th the Faculty YVhy I Lzke to Study Bluffzng My W ay Throuah Why I Never Play Hooley Co authors 1Dorothy Ferguson W zthdraual of Lxhrary Cards Forhzdden Fruzt Tastes Best Mlldred Eckert Edmund Kenney Stuart Milton Eranklm Bayne Oscar Lackey Mrlton Hrlgartner Maudun Berry Dorothea Burgessj MISS Townsend Ruth Caples Do You Know That l The number of tlmes the vsord abnllty ns used m SIDYI IGHT9 Wflft ups IS 2 683 0029 Z The number of cxceotxonal students and athletes ln the Semor Class accordlng to wrlte ups as l 179 3 Dan Cuprd has rarded the Semor Class, 4 The boys m the Senlor Class can t drne slowly along country roads at nrght wlthout bemg held up 5 Chewmg gum m the class room accordmg to the Student Councxl IS 3 05 per chew? 6 Sllence IS thc first rule of the lmbraryl 7 On Aprrl l the IV A Vlath Class unanlmously agreed on an answer 8 That I5 698 234 pxeces of confettr were found on the floor of the Assembly Hall after the Itallan Street Carmval fApply to Mr Gerstmeyer for mformatlon H 9 These items had to be censored? Our Chief Occupatzons Bemq late Wzse crackmg rn Latin Class Stealmq forty Lcmks zn Englzsh class Thwartzng bandzts Burnmq the mzdnzqht ozl Tryznq to be second Danzel Webster Runmnqs hrs leas off Getlzna class meetznqs from Mr Buck Ialkznq to Evelyn Kuelet rn Physzcs class Marrymq off her classmates Ruth Caples John Buck Edmund Kenney LOUIS Soule Anna Davxs Rxchard Tnllman Vlartm Cornman Jlmmy Dugan V1rg1ma James Vlarre Brewster Ludxg Eger Preszdzna oter Student Counczl and other less zmportant orqanlzatzons Student COUHCll Passma Iau,s that can not be enforced ooo lllql xn- f lf' X I .Q , y v .. . v - .. Y , , . ' , . ,, . l 7 A A " , , . V. ,, I T qv A , ll 1 ' " ' 1 1 '- V . 1- 1, ' ' , ' . - . ,L . , . , .V . . . 9 s , - l . V l I . . . 7. . . . Y Y , , .. . . . , C -4? X Ode To A Math Exam l marched into the math room And sa! me zn a chazr lhen qazed au,h1le tn mutest gloom At what was urztten there Ah there tt was zn black and u,h1Ie Mu math examznatzon But soluznq Lehat was wrztten there XX ould puzzle all creatzon l started work on number one But found I couldnt do xr 'I hen worked atthzle on number tuo But couldn I see quzte through tt I hree and four I trzed rn uazn I hen came to thzs eoncluszon Evamznattons are a bore And passzng a delusion Jr AWE Sw oxxr RosFx Words To The Wzse Some people make an awful mzstalze In thznkzng a uear book ts easu to make Do not belteue them u.hat e er they mau sau E eru one saus so but try zt some day Let the prrnter be houlznq It must ao to press Inszde of thus u.eek or a lzttle less G t your wrzte ups corrected Cthat s easu you thznk Have the drauznqs all ready zn lndza :nk Then there are poems that some one must LL rzte S9 hurru rtqht home and compose some tonzaht So nou that the work rs all Hntshed ana' done There has been an zntermtsszon sznce tuas first beaun And nou, that the staff mau lauah and plaq F om the claun of the mornrnq to the end ot the dau F tends tell us Irulu lzkest ue thzs hook or nau DoRo rm Roar coo E111 xii. f 'F f' kfx 61 ,, '. . v v vA . . 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I . .. . , vw Y Y ' D A K. ij. x - J k GX 0 Tanlspnn Times JUNE I 1999 A FLY PAPER FOR PEOPLE WHO FLY VOL 0 WEATHER FORECAST THE LATIN CLUB WOMAN HAS WORLD NEWS OF WI HES TO NARROW ESCAPE WEEK The world rs comrng S to an end today or tomor ANNOUNCE IN FIRE 1 Ausfna got Hungary row followed by cold northerly wrnds from the South Brrght and clear tonrght IDIOTORIAL BOARD ldrolor tn Chref M T BEAN Assrslunl Idrofor A NUSANCF Ar! ldroror HOPE U LIKET Business Manager NIILI S O WURCK Secrelaru IMA WEERY Conrrrbulang Idxotor ADALINE O DAY Joke Idxotor OPHELIA FUNNIBONE FACULTY GAME PROMISES THRILLS faculty vs Freshmen Fallrng harrprns' Flyr harr' Collrsrons Acroba Stunts' Crashes' Bump ' Nam of great men taken varn' Caesars Gho Great Scott' Shades Napoleon Then smell sv gh nd he n trc Sv CS st' f rng salts' Rub down Reporters And throu rt all laughter cheers a frnally vrctory for t Freshres Thrs wrll be next Sat urday s basketball game don t mrss rt You and yourself are cordrally rnvrted to attend moonlrght afternoon prcnrc rn the mornrng grven by the Latrn Club at Insane Grove Drrectrons Take the car you yust mrssed and rf you mrss the boat swrm after the trarn Nothrng extra wrll be charged for the swrm mrng Admrssron Chrldren half pnce and orphans accompanred by therr parents wrll be ad mrtted free of charge You are requested t brrng a basket of water rn case your frrends get hun r Twenty five dollars worth of fireworks wrll be drsplayed rf you brrng them along The Brll of Fare Very firm long short cake 5c a on Spaghettr Afrrcan style 5c a yd Closrng Remarks Dont farl to come we know you wrll enjoy yourself and be sorry af terward LEARN TO SWIM Buy a canoe and youll have urck turn overs mean profrt for us at a sarrng to you ur trademark on the bottom of every canoe where all can see rt 'Ihrs rs on y a srde lrne wrth us our m rn lrne rs grapprng rrons Judae S ves Valuable Property Mrs lancaster Ford was awakened last nlght by a dense smoke and trn trnnabulatron of fire bells She leaped from her bed and threw two fur coats over her shoulders to keep her from freezrng whrle makrng her fiery descent She also put on her opera pumps and grrbbrng handful of harrprns and a sheet began her headlong flrght down the fire escape to the lower regrons A her wrndow she met a fireman who had the noble rntentrons of rescurng her Get thee hence bold rntruder she crred and krn run Wrth these words she fled to safety Once on the ground she was overcome when she realrzed the value of the property she had saved She held forth the sheet and harrprns to the assem bled crowd and suddenly exclarmed Oh l forgot my toothbrush rRussrad after Turke l slrpped on Greece broke up Chma fell rnto the Medrterranean and go Chrlr 2 The Prrnce of Wales has adopted the song Faw Down an Go Boom as hrs natronal song 3 The Icky Trcky Tem ble No Srr Remble Appy Bappy Booskr Natronal Pom Pom of Chrna has rssued a decree statrng that no brrd nests for soup makrng can be collected from the Great Xkall f Chrna on a Calrfornra Redwood rn hrs plane wrth hrs errl the left wheel of I nd berghs plane became drs engaged from the axle Hrs one armed drrvrng prevented hrm from notrc rng the accrdent for some trme DARING ROBBERY COURAGE SHOWN BY TOWSON HIGH STUDENT IN CAPTURE OF DANGEROUS CRIMINAL AUTHORITIES PUZZLED Your money or your lrfe crred the bold man as he leaped upon the speedrng car and shoved a 38 automatrc calrber rnto the drrvers face Verrly my good man quoth the latter thou art mad I am a student at Towson as rs my farr com panron Upon hearrng whrch the would be looter fell backwards wrth a low moan and the ma chme of the Immortals CFordl passed over hrs prostrate body Authorrtres sard today that when the desperade recovers from the shock the penalty of solrtary confinement rn a padded cell would be rnflrcted for the dastardly deed of attemptrng to rob the collegrate occupants of a Ford car LOST A black bull dog by a colored woman wrth vyhrte spots . f Q " 'Y 'nn 'VT WZ T' H T W TT H I W Y vs I 'T TT W ,,,,, -., N W Y - 'Av - 3 I - I 4 . a W t 'Y 1 ' 3. . . . 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'T D 1 - 1 rr y TAILSPIN TIMES SOCIETY NEWS A WORLD PRODUCT Nlr and Mrs XX alter Shes 1 xxorld product Clark of Baldxxm an lIn appearance too much nounce the engagement ofIEast and West and not therr son leo to Mxss enough North and South Greta Garbo vxhom he as a result of eatmg too met In Holly yxood xxhtle much Greece She IS al tourmg the NVest ways dotng the Charles M155 Clara long and,ton therefore she has the her brother Mrles I ong Shape Of Styx gh? 3550 ,HH le'-We than longllutely walloxxs In Cologne Island home for long and some people thunk ll Beach Calrforma In amakes he' Smell NWC short mme When her allowance runs Mlss Mmam .lohannaout She goes to Begdad Ehert wtll be marrled onand SaI'S Hanover It and .Iune 25 The brmde wrllhe bcmg human says Denmark my words no g en away by er, father who wrll vsear agsrecyunllh ISI Youh taffeta dress wrth a tnght e eves to Im Wu xx Ist whtch wlll be deco ,Hales andqffl realy Ii an rated vxrth peach blossoms waging? evereuigsyxss mg I The members of theylan and the only person SID1-LIGHTS staff of Tow She ew! heard of is Bay K 'jP:."0:SC:QZ'xZ'Z9?.'9"u POETS CORNER rsazazuzararaaxrsniril JUNIOR S CHEMISTRY PSALM 'Vlmss Iexxns IS mx teacher I shall not pass She maketh me to show mx rgnorxnce before the xx hole class e e Yea gtveth me more than I cm learn loxxereth my grades though I walk thru the xalley of knowledge learn not Q Iireth questxons at me In the presence of my classmates She anornteth my head wlth slams my eye run neth ox er Surelx atoms md molecules wtll follow me all the days of my lrfe Son Hlgh School are tak fguth gnd she Says his dyg And I 9I'l.1lI clxx ell In the SCIENCE lab fOt'CXLt' mg 3 Vacanon PWC wlulposttron rs so PJCIIIIC To ge Ion?-'fi If fe Ssepparqmake a long storx shortI mu oiplm ht ISI are she thmks she looks luke a qoloulmng at I 0 m0nDresden doll and tctually Ylljjeflil retnilgzilfngamenjtlooks forward to gotng to ' I d bers wxth the class advts HI IgoIIIII Can IOII IIII,I J h H I kphlplljis CIIITC She calls herself Frank 0 HS Op ms OIPIU yfort because she thxnks II MYS SPUYSIU Will glvesounds drstxngulshed but Jhfea 02 SUtf1d33L fgolineverybody else just calls! tree to ye or er at her plaln Boulogne Ing math students IH the hope that they wrll galn some knowledge tn a dxf WGS that U F00-UPF ll ferent atmosphere heard Cmuvmgp No that s the hens say CHEAPI m thezr Now I au Rummage Salell Wes second hand TE XAS RANQIR Compacts -"W"'Y WANTED Fountam Pens Pencxls I angel Tennis Shoes I devll Apply Mr Buck s Offxce 1 CIIYOYCQC I rnnocent boy ARE YOU ALIVE lheroxnef thawrgl I Take my course and I wall 2 tn u anyone answertng to these, e yo Apply requtrements be sure to Dr Harp ome to Senxor rehearsals Apoloazcs Io The Chemrstru ltuflrl Behlnd Before Before me lay my tvxo degrees me lay my college fees me only awful fleas me only buzzmg bees My good wlfe sard Oh klll those bees Oh what good are your two degrees? I sard Go clxmb some bamboo trees For how can I ever use two degrees In chop suey countrxes wtth wtves to please OOA 00A 30 A OOP 'SOP 30OP ON THE AIR TODAY Mr Buck How to bc I ldus and Gentlemen CJIJCIISSIS Twele MtllO sopra Mr Harp Jews Harp Carl Dykema trumpettr Mormng serxnces conducted by Balls Shae er Hovx to Iscape e Pffects of the Mornmg xfter t e 'Nlnght Before Mxss Townshend and her Bedtxme Stones Mr Buck The Ifnd of 1 Perfect Day , I I Sh I , be iv 1 I h A ,Q o' Sh ' ' - . 'V t , Q ' . . -R I , - -l V' I 3 t I I I I I 1 I I'- II 1 I- .' '.II Q ' Q I T9 S ' 'I I Cr' ,are-A I .- , I, jlflglni' 2lnyb'odY So tfumb.-I Behind I. , . , I . ' ' ' 1 I ' ' ' , y I I - A . I II 57 I I L I yy H I , - p , Q ' 33 I 101 ,M.i' . ." 3 .. I Y V, 3 . ' I ,l0: .M.- ' I ' A -I I I I1 11 .M-A ' . - IR, In IFES S af! - I I1 smfal.. . If 4" V th I 3 ' . h I wi I I I I I ' . . I ' I I .NIH . , " 1 . HOW TO AVOID THE FLU Glues Set of Rules A noted doctor grves the followmg advrce as to how to aword the flu Sunday Wake p promptly at srx do your darly do7en go to church and take a cold plunge Walk devoutly home tune rn on three sermons Gar gle wrth lrsterme to keep pure Also use mange cure for harr to punfy nt Monday Get up con sume a box of Calo mrnts fexperrments and alll Follow thrs wrth a vrgorous dose of Burkes Cure All tten lmes for children Eve hundred for adu tsl Thrs wrll be a sufftclencv for one day Tuesday Follow a drfferent menu Dr R Mrllers Perfect Diet tlf you dont apprecrate thus you don t know your Wednesday G t m rubber sult and run a mrle ibut not after a Camell The doctor adds that af ter followmg these rules you wrll be Immune for the rest of the week IDIOTORIALS Ye Classroom Conduct Saunter mto ye class room at 9 30 ocock wrthout ye olde slrp from Mr Buck Look nenther to nght nor to left but pro ceed to desk When ye mstructor entreats for ye sltp reply that head mas ter was not nn place of busmess Departure be mg hastened by mstructor slam same Instructors door savagely and pro ceed to oflice RCVISII hrs tory class delrver ye olde TAILSPIN TIMES and say I beg your par don but would ye pleasel repeat' Whereupon y ego recerves a most mrser able squelchmg from ye Instructor B ye are saved by loved bell show mg ye proverbral srlver lmmg and once more Tls a Hne endured ye ye spnnts soar heavenwards thrng to have' calling downl GOOD NIGHT' Then and Nou, They used to be satrs fied nf they got from coast to coast without be mg stopped by a cyclone now they re satisfied f they get from curb to curb wnthout bexng stop ped by a red lrght lk wnthout flmchrng Yeal W,-,ly and most truly All that most daredev lls get rs a llttle admxra FOR GREY HAIR Zxovriaxfebut Lmdbergh got Theres nothmg luke lk worry Send fxfty cents If longfellow rved for our booklet gtvmg now he would say one thousand two thmgs By the shores of Gnqhqe to worry about Some are Gumee qunte unusual and many whrch you wrll be unable to thmk of by yourself A darly remmder makes xt 1mposs1ble for you to skrp even one day Thrs daxly remmder lnsts a number of common worrres arranged! according to season Eachl thmgs to worry about the followrng day thus noth mg IS forgotten CSpe cxal After we get your, four b1ts we wont sendl you the booklet and that: wxll gnve you one more thrng to worry about No extra charge for thtsl Wrlte today Name and address on request R C OBr1eri SNOB HUMOR Slgn at Italian Ba7aar l Get your coffee and roll down stalrs :- I eat my peas wxth honey I have done xt all my lxfe They do taste kmd f funny But lt keeps them on the kmfe Chrzstlan 'World I met a gurl who sand she knew me Rnght mto a date she blew Flfteen bucks I new she d do me ll A person IS luke a quart measure w aren t at tracted by the contamer but by the contents lk lAn apple a day 'Keeps the doctor avr ay A mce sprmgy day Keeps the chrldren away Some homework each day Keeps the boy frxend awa But an omon .1 ay Keeps all away ANYONE OF YOU CAN BE A POET' A HELPFUL GUIDE T0 INSTANT LITERARY SUCCESS Pro A R fAIlPerk s Lrcensed Poet The poetry racket or game as xt IS often Jok lngly called rs gettmg bugger better and more profitable every d y People are begmnmg to real we that mllllons lxterally Mlllnons can be made out of poetry That IS provrded rt rs the right sort of poetry The nght sort of poetry rs poetry that rhymes and rxght here rs where the ma jorrty of poets fall down and mrss the bug money that rlghtfully should be thexrs They get to working on a poem and suddenly come to a word for which there IS no rhyme' They have to abandon that poem at a sacrifice of hundreds and hundreds of dollars profit It rs 0 remedy this condltlon that the authors of thrs trea use dlctlonary hate become the authors of thus trea ttse dxctronary The purpose rs to show strugglmg poets that there rs not a word rn any language for whnch a rhyme cannot be found Thmk of nt You can wrxte your poems rn any words you choose and always find rhymes for them' To prove that this IS no rdle boast Eve words hate been selected the Eve Enghsh words that are the hardest to fund rhymes for and that have caused the downfall of more nncnpnent poets than any other fwe words rn any other five languages These words are Gargle Srlver Pantry Market and Spec tacle words that should be rn every good poem but to the layman seem terrxbly hard to rhyme followmg the new system you wall find these slnp and consrgn yourself to most extreme boredness When ye xnstructor asksj for response to Why ye' One cow grtes Eve Engltsh Parliament thatlquarts mxlk a kltchen drew up ye Bull of Rlghts 'range three shovels one made xt the way lf rslpltchfork a second hand Xtrxtten recall ye most typewrrter and fourteen excellent home breednngbaby chrcks l FOR SALE words and all others remarkable easy to rhyme Correct rhymes for any other words wlll be su plied promptly free of charge on recenpt of S10 000 FOR SALE Frosh Eggs 60c doz Apply R Wrckes Headman Judqe FOR SALE Bull dog eats anythrng loses children l 72 . ef , , ' r k - I ' . ut , ' ' 4: 'F v . : . 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