Tuley High School - Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1927

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THE LOG - ER t Y "Q l I r" f X , I LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS GOLDIE SHANDROSS , . Pre:1'de1z.z FRI EDA BERNSTEIN . . l'z'cf-Prerideazt ELFREDA GA LANTIERRE . . Serrezary DIANA LACK . . . Trmyurer Je declare la seance ouverte-je propose que-achetez vos billets-vous n'avons pas assez d'argent-these are some of the expressions which you might disentangle from the chaos of sound as you pass Room IIS on a Wiednesday afternoon. From the sounds Within, one can readily conclude that the students are having a pleasant time. After a relapse of one semester "Le Circle Francais' was revived with a re- newed activity. The hrst event of the semester was the election of officers. The officers chosen were Goldie Shandross president. Frieda Bernstein vice-president, Elfreda Galantierre secretary, and Diana Lack treasurer. The French Club is not only for recreation but also for information and knowl- edge of that French which is not covered in class and derived from the meetings. The entire meeting is conducted in French. The program consists of short plays written by French masters which are entertaining and beneficial, book-talks, recitations, games, and songs.The singing is accompanied by a harmonica played by Sid Mussman. In the near future, Le Cercle Francais plans to have a play in the Lecture Hall for the student body. There are many discussions on the feasibility of an All-Tuley Dance sponsored by this club. Several other social eveIIts are being planned. The efhcient ofhcers and various committees have done their best in the reor- ganization ofthe club. Although the club is but a small group of students banded together, it is a successful organization because of the active interest displayed by every member. Pa gc lVir1rly-fiw'

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THE LOG . .1 -fa... '-. V , H' . 'i i V . V ,tn-. 1 -v .. Y , THE BIRD LOVERS' CLUB OFFICERS BENJAMIN PLONSKY . . Prerideviz NATHAN FE1wLowiTz . Vice-Prexidem DELMAR KOLB . . Secretary-Treafurer The Bird Lovers' Club, one of the latest societies to be added to Tuley's grow- ing roster of organizations, has made its successful debut this semester. The increasing interest of the entire country in birds which has resulted in the forma- tion of many societies whose object it is to study and protect them has found an echo in Tuley. lt is owing the initiative and zealous work of Benjamin Plonsky that an or- ganization of this kind was made possible. Wiith Plonsky as president, Feiwlowitz as vice-president and Kolb as secretary-treasurer, The Bird Lovers' Club has in its very first semester obtained an envious position among Tuley Clubs. Tuley students have eagerly responded to the call for bird fans. During the Spring, groups of Bird Lovers' have been going out to the city parks and the forest preserves to study bird life. Trips were taken to Lincoln Park, Jackson Park. Nlilwaukee Vifoods, Beverly Hills, and even to the distant Palos Park. In fact, if Walking counts, the Bird Lovers can be considered the most active club of all Tuley. The Bird Lovers' meet once a Week in the Zoology Laboratory under the super- vision of Mr. Epsey. Much credit is due to the interest of Mr. Minnis and Mr. Espey. The interest of our Zoology instructors in this young organization has done much to insure its existence. The members have delved into bird books, studied birds in their natural haunts, compiled migration records. and have endeavored to stir up in Tuley a deeper appreciation for nature, particularly bird study. The enthusiasm and interest displayed in but one semester, assure a brilliant future for the Bird Lovers' Club. Pagf Ali716'fy:f0 ur



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THE LOG LIBRARY STAFF There is not a group of students in Tuley that does as much for the Tuley student body and receives as little recognition for their work as Mr. Tanner's Library staff. During every day of the school year hundreds of volumes are issued by our Library to Tuley Students, and the work accomplished by these books among them cannot be overrated. To keep the library in order, to keep records of all books, to see that books are in good condition, all requires a great deal of Work. The small group of girls that help Mr. Tanner take care of the Library do therefore not have easy work to do. Every period of the day somebody is busy in the Library rearranging books, filing cards, taking inventory or giving information to some student. But the harder the Work the broader the smile, because lVTr. Tanner, Chief Librarian and Supervisor, labors shoulder to shoulder with the girls spreading sunshine with almonds and peanuts, and since they are all girls Whom a smile well becomes,the Library is a rather pleasant place in which to spend one's time. The staff includes Edith Lichtenstein, Rose Berkowitz, Grace Germann, Sylvia Lipman, Caroline Notarious, Goldie Shandross, Sylvia Suffrin, Ida Seefor, Ruth Miller, Florence Greenspan, Sophie Reed, Ida Bestcck, Miriam Gollin, Blanche Levy, Susanne Falstein, Bertha Rottner, Diana Lack, Florence Hackin, Ethel Kahn, Sara Korman, Jeanette Brichke, and Beatrice Yellin. Page A-Z4IIc'fj'4.ff.Y

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