Tuley High School - Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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The staff has Iaboreh inhustriousip to present a true picture of the Dominant rhararterf istics of life at Tliulep. lit the log of 3Iune, nineteen hunoreo ano thirty has arhiebeh but that enb, our efforts tnill not habe been in bain. mg NXNNXN X ,Z The bcbunl Uliulep-3Hurt1J button Qssemhlp iball Jfnpers A - .V N, ex.. Erbs in lactic"-ClEntranre Culeqfs ZBeIlr Viherr Zlhministratinn Ulu iitlr. ttllarente QE. Ee Butts Brimipal of the HI. jf. Culep itaigh School, thc Class uf l93O, first of the thirties, cxtenhs its Urrprst appreriatiun anh thanks for his grnial spirit uf guihamr, his curhial rnuperatinn ann his fclicitnus frirnhship. jllllr. CE. CE. 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Nllltto l'omm.l I'rL-X. VI, Y. I.. 'Z'llf'Qg il. Y. l,, llvuncilg l'ri1nsfm Sim' 'ZW Ifrzm. llrzmuriczll 'ZW' 1. XI:Xl'lill'Ii "IJUl"' llgXliBl'I'T .I 'wg l11tl'r-r1f4m1 Iizxskctlmll '29. 1941. Intl: mlmm X'-Illvylmll :mrl Ilaschzxll '29, 'RIM '4I'. l'." in ilu- can uf K'rimsun Star: Miv-:I lluwll- 'ZXHZ Lircux '20, 'SIM Buys' Ulu- XIII: II:lll finzu'-I. Suxxum-1' Srlmul. SY I .Y I .X IIA I fl' ICR 3 J I-13 I.il-, Smtl' 'Nz Mixed Mlm-mg .xllfllh l,lll!llL'lIj t'.In1n1. 'jllg RL-cl Crum Ummm.: Imp, I5p1Nl3 Ir. lzlpl. lwzlll 11111113 Sr. lnrlw lllcc lllulu. ,Ilf.'XXXl'I ILXICII Yin--I'rw. Sr. lin-IJ Mlm: Club: Secy.-'I'rc:n 'xlllllill Iiwl l'1w-M lbrmn. '20g Hall lhlzmll lllnnw Slmll-ul: lin'-nm Nlcrlal, jl'.IQHKll'. ILXNS Lane '28g SM 'crq lmcrrrnmn Ilzm-lvall '291 Inter-rmnn Baskvlluzxll 'Z02 Vullm-ylmlli Sxximm. Team. SA ll.-KH HAI' Ml QA RTIQN Inter-rwmn1 lzqwt. lmll 'Z7I41 Sr. llirls' lilcu Klub: Pin L'4m1n1.3 iiulrl Sclnllmwllip Medal '.Illg jr. lfr, llnrly lIulnn1. 'ZW l'-Vlllllilllll li. ,-X, AX.: Img 'l'y1JiN1, DOROTHY BERNSTIQIN Pres. Altrua: Chairman Flower Comm. 130. SARAH BIQSEY SF4 'erz Sr, liirls' lilee Club: Chairman Adv. Cnmm, Altrua: Inter-room Capt. ball 130: Crinir sun Star: Rev. Typist: jr. Sr. Sabin Party Comm.: Colnr Uimm. PAUL M. BINENFELD Fr. Baseball team '29M: Hnnrvr Student Base' ball team 'ZQMQ Honor Student: Inter-mum Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball '3U: Medal man: "T" man, FA N X I li CARNOW ti. A. A.: B. A. A. ANNE S. CHOLDEN 3 'L-rg Bronze Medal '27: Mgr. and Capt. ln- tcr-cluss Capt. ball teams 'ZUQ Jr. Sr. Sub. Party Cmnni. '2l4IfQ: Girls' Glee Club: Library Staff: Usliurclte Xl. 81 G. HAZEL J. CHRISTENSICN Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Annex Staff 130: Altrua Cnmm., Reception Comm. QUM: Sclmlarship Society: jr. Life Saving Class '29. RAY A. COHN Pres. Ki. A. A.: Track and Swimm. Mgr, 'Z'lyQ: Sr. l.iie Saver 130: High point woman 230: Volleyball champs: Capt. ball champs: Rev. Stafiz Liv. Staff: Circus Comm. '303 Capt. ball Mgr. and Volleyball Mgr. '29, '30, ESTHICR COKLISS Color Hunan.: Lib. Staff: Treas. Art Club 12953 Clmrtcr member Art Club: Circus: Crim. Stag: Swimm. team: Capt. ball team '30: Rev. Sta . , 1 f aa... '..., .. 'f1:if.'. ,X.1,vf- 'f,..fff . .mf ..,,.1,,,LV l 35,460 'auf EVA LTIOPICR 313 'crg Ilr. 3 .-Xrtwz Vrzuilclin 2295, lillg Tulcy Sqhnlzirsliip Slwii-Ly: Inter-ri-mn llzipt, hall '27lQ: Sr. liirlx' film' Vluli: Scriblxlvrs' Club '3llg Vmnni. Iirzuluatc 'Z?U,, .XIJI'fl.lXlC l'R.XNIf liiiix'-rnmli Capt, lmll 'IOM-'.3Il1 Rcvicix Stall' QU. l':ixt llr. 5 -Art, Play: 1. rm uf flpcrettai 511 liirlx lilu' K llilw. l. ILXYIUSHX L .mic liI'Ulll l'i'zn10. fXli'l'Ill N Dlillfll lfrlitni'-iii-KAliiuli img '3U: Bus. Mgr. lliiivllmuk '2'l',-Gil, lfiliwr llzmdbook 'ZQMQ licvim-ix Smtf 'ZUHQ lln--, Sr. HLY. MARY IJIAXICJXIJ 3 R-rg Ili-nw Suulvut: Sr. Girl! Kilee Club: lr, .5 ,krlxz K'-nixlitiitioii Comm.: lmvr-Capt. lmll 'INK-3 11 ,-X. .-X4 Altrua. XIIXXH-' Illl-f'l'k,ll 3 'vii lilii-1'-iwmlii lizipt. ball 272, '292 Sr. fiirlf lilrc lillili: lliwmm- Scholarship. BENNIE L. DISENHAUS 35 'erg cami- from Cram: Sulutatorian: Bronze Scholarship Medal '30s 1 l1Ilfll'l' member Scribblers' Club: Chrmn. and oruamizvr of Ora- turs' Society: Klutto Comm.g liilii--rizil Editor of Review Staff 130. MARCIA "OSH IE" DLTBINSIQ Y FANNIE IQCHIKSON SM 'crg Sr. Girls' Glec Club: Capt. hall Mgr. 'Z'JyQ: Sr. Fr. Party Comm.: Altrua Comm. BEN l-IIYIQCSSY Sr. Class Prom Comm.: Soph.. Jr. anrl Sr. Indoor champs: Volleyball champs '30: Inter! class Vollt-yhztll champs '30: Medal anal man: Sr. Basketball champs: Honor Student team '2'J,l'Q. PEGGY Iil.l.MAN SM 'er: G. A. A.: Franklin Lit.: Volluylxall. RI"l'II ELLMAN 3 't-rg Bird Lovers' Club: T. C. I.. Manner XYQI-k Comm.: Sr. Girls' Glcc Club. GliR'I'RL'IDli EPSTEIN 3 't-r: Birrl Lovers' Club: Chrmn. T, C. L. Manner VV:-ck Comm.: Sr. Girls' tilt-c Club. JICANNE ESTERMAN Sr. Girls' Cwlee Club 130: Scrilvblcrs' Club: Social: Franklin: G. A, A.: Altrua: Girls' Aero Club: Volleyball. ESTIIER I".-XITELSON 3 'erz lntur-room Capt. team '30: Program Comm, Altruu: Program Comm. J. Y. L.: Cast in Crimson Star: Girls' Glce. VIOLA IRICNE FEENEY G. A. A.: Franklin: Ccrcle Francais: Sr. Girls' Glec Club: Altruag Mixed Chorus '28, I ..1i. . . ff, l'rf"1 1. ISKIJOIQIC lilfl X S'liI'ilX .Vg 'mt Vim--I'rw. llu-fkcr L'Iulw '2H- ,-: Klum. Iillk'CIiCI' lczuu 'J'P',: Iirfnm- Nlwlzilz Hrclu-Nliuu 275, Nl I I.lJlQIilJ IfliI.lJNI.'XN .IL cr: l.ilm. built: llm'i'-ummm lnln. lvall: II'II'I'Ivll1 btalf: Sr. Ixlllx lilu Llulvg lzmzly Falla' uf .AIIYIIJIQ Rlixml l'Iv-rim. IQ.-XI'lllfI.I'i I5IfI'I'ilQ5'I'IflN Sulwlzuslmip Sm-ii-151 Si-cy. Ir. lin-uclx Club 275: Sa-cy.-'l'i'c:1x. Srrilwblcrs: .-Xllrua and lfrzmlxlin Pull. Limnnig Class Llwlur Comm.: liimimg Silvur Nltclals: Rev. mul Log Staff! Sr. Iiirli lilcn- Liluh: T, lf I.. fiamly Sali- tlunin: ICKJSIQ IfllJIJI.I-QR .ll ,H'm': 'IiI'llt'Ix -tczuu 127: ii. A, A.: I-rzmliluil Nr. lnrlx Kilcc I lull: Altruu: lim-rfrlznu tum. lmll u-:un 'ZW lulci--mmnn Capt, hull. Iflulill IC. l"II"llI,l'ilf l111vv'-xwiiil, ilitifi'-rllua Capt. Imll lnznu 'SUI lr 4 Xrtv I ily Stuff: Sr. Girl! Kilim- L lull. VR l lil LX lf. I-'I XIII-'IQ .I 'n-rg Nlgr. Iir. Ima-i'-clasa Capt. hall: l'rrs. .-Xrt lilulr: lic-v. :mil Lug typISt: Lili. Stull' 'l'J',g Sr, Iiirlx' Mlm- Club: lfluwer L'-ininip L irfux Nllllil I-'Y lflYKIfl NIIFIY lflmx rr Ljtbllllll. '.IIII Yicu-l'ri-5. :Xllruu '50 Sr. Girls' Glen- Club 130: Capt. lim-r-iwmin Capt hall: Lib. StaIT. ADOLPH IFURXIAN 546 'crg Inter-class Swimniinu ti-am 'ZS Mixed flmrus: Track team: Lilafx Nite Llnmm Rust of KI. K I., QU: Vulleyball qlmnipsg Sr. Buslwllmll rlmmpw: MAURICIE H. FRIIQIJRIAN Came from Schurz: tilt-v Club: Orchestra. High point mzm in Inter-claws Swimnlingg Capt. of Swimm. team: Track team: Letter man: All Star lmloor ta-um: Jr. Volleyball champs: lima'- hall chatnps: Prom Comm. '5ll. MORRIS K. FRIICDMAN 3 'er: Clasg Nite Comm. .301 Cast of Hmm'- Cumlng' play .301 The Valiant 'ZUMQ Rotmw and ,lulictg jr, play llrirlc anfl liloom 28: Mixtri Chorus 'ZUQ Sr. Hi-Y 130. MAX FUCHS Orchestra '20, 130: Contest '30: All Vity High Orchestra '29g Boys' Glce Club: Circus 29: l'i1-ztte Squall 120: Log Representative 'ZUL Soph Volleyball. gXlJlil,l'f IFUENFER Mgr. Capt. ball 'ZSg Critnson Star: The Yztlizmtg American Harem casts: Sect.-'l'rL-as. tllcc llluhg Picture Comm. 'SIL MOI.l.l li HALTLT JL! 't-V: Summer School lirzuluatcz l.it. Soph: jr. 3 Artx: Franklin: Altruu: li. A. A.: lfrt-uclt Clubg lkmt. Room Ball tm-am. C. PEGGY GELFOND lil,DliN GIENITIS l.il1. Stuffg Ser. Art fluh: Charter member uf Art Club: Treaty. 'lf C L. 1301 Hall liuztrtl 303 Cslrcrm-tie M. X ii.: Pres. At-ro lluh: Bronze Medal: Sr. Girls' Glce Club: Adv. Mgr. of Jr. 3 Arts. HYMAN IJICTZOV 35 'erz Swimm. team QSM, '29: Capt. Jr. lnter-class Swimm. team 'ZUQ Inter-room Base- hall champs: jr. Hi-Y 'ZSM3 Sr. Hi-Y '303 Charter mumhcr of Art Clubg Inter-room Vol- leyball llnztle 2814: Hatchcrt Orator. if ,af nf-.Q 1 ,. 1 . 59lfif4i.g 4:39 -. . . 1. get ...W ' ,553 - .HPS T1 'Q -- ,J . Q, ,f M. I 727 C., L. -My ' 10 Q A ' -f w. '17 PD' vw M wif., I 1ll:Xlil.l'.51ilX5lll'.llKi 3 1-r: lntcr-rlziv lmlwur cliaunpf 'jill Sr. lixukctlmll clizxrnpx 'IW J: Sr. Y-vllcylmzxll vlunnixwg Kiwlcl Xleilzll H--nur Slunlvnlg Nlixcrl l'lwrus lflg, lll.l,l:XX lil'l"l'l.lflQ Sr. Iiirli lilw Vlulvg ,l. N I..: Rm-in 11-:un 'l '71 ' ' J, J, .2015 Xlixwl l'lhiI'llN .Xlilf lil ll.llll.Xlll5lQ Yirr--I'rcs, l"r.mlxlin 120: Pin X Ring: L'omm.g lfllll. llznskctlnzlll u-:nn 'IRQ Lug K Rov. Staff: Ilzifvlmll Sqnzul 'JU1 liuli Club 'ZW Hall Guard 'SII- lll'i'l"l'Y liUl.DXlAN .ll J 'ur: Lit, Sliplls: Xlixccl lfliorm 137' . 'ZS2 lr. S .Xrlwg Trelvlc l lvll' Lfluh '29: l"r. K rinwnl Star: lfwtivzil Vlmruwg Sr. Girls' Kiln l'lul11 kzlpr. lwzlll. IS.-XIJHRIC l.1i1ll.l7NlAX lim-r r--uni llzvlwlhnll champx QSM-1 'lrzxck tvauug lim-1'-iwmi 'l'rz1ck Chanupxg limi rwom Ywllcil-:ill Cllilllllhi Picture Comm. 'SIL J 5.XlQ.Xll 1.111.115 l I-IX .ll R-rg Iir-um' Nlwlzilg Inter-rrmm Capt. hall 2814 Srlnilxirxliip Swcicty: Sr. Girls' lilcc llulwg lla-lmliim l'llllII l7lirwcr Comrrl. X.X'l'll.XY 4.1 Dkllll-'lil- .l 'vri .X1lx. Xlur. l.-fu '-ill: l'rvs. lr, 3 ,Xrtxi ,li play lzmflllixr K -iimn, .wllg llmiur--.--iiwiiim play 30: jr. champs Volleyball. liar-vlmll YUM: Franklin Entertainment Lumm. 'jtlz tircus. ZIGMUND S, HOODMAN 3 'L-rg Vice-Prvs. lfrush Club: llrluzntixlg team 'ZS3 Inter-class Indoor team 'Z8: Hu-ckcr Clubg jr. Hi-Y 'Z8M: Crane-Tuley Clnh 'ISL Inter- rumn Baseball, Y-wlleyball and llzixlwilmllg De- lmxxting Club '30. BICATRICE P. GRAFF G. A, A.: Volleyball cliznnps X301 Capt. hall champs 'Slip Swimm, Liiv Saving team '3ll: Frcshie, Snpli. jr., Scniur fi. A. A. teams. EVFLYN F, lilQAFlf Vullcyball clizmips '30: Capt. ball X301 Sxximm. Lifu Saving' team 'Sill Fresliie, Suph. lr.. ir, G. A. A. tvzmis. FLORENCE HIQIQIQNSPAN l'll'Lllllillll Lit.: li. A. Ag Lit. Sophs. Hlillll.-XX GREISDURF 3 'urz llrcs. Class of 'SOL Pres. Bird l.1-wrs 'ZHQ Yicc-Pri-s. Frosh Club 'Z7: lin-11, Ncxxx livl. licvicw 'jill :Xssnc. Mg. lirl. Lug 'Z'?,',. VVILLIARI ISROSSBLRKE B. A. A.: Franklin: Lit. Suplix. MINNIE GROSSFICLIJ Lilnrziry Staff: G. A, A.: l'-Hllllillll. GERTRLIJIC GRIQENBERG G. A. A.: lrfiilllilill Lit. JANET SIQIHAL G. A. A.: l'lI'9llll'CliI'l. . 1' -,,4., 1.. ,, A I "Jill-f'n x 17, wi -. , 7"M , H. 1 ' f9,w.v. f 9 ww A sv . - ggi. gwxk. 4 ll' Q' :Z fl .. H. Jl.'faff,A1 .1 ,- Q 'K avi' U- ' . : '21 V 'if " -0 8 . ef .i l i- N ' . r , .x IZ. if ' 5:6 ,Ah A g V . H, A ,hfmqviifw-Aylix A C? 1g,...7, , f f.r...1,4-,..4 Slll'llIlf l.lQl Xl NYSKI l. K. l,.,1.. .X. X. nl-1 JIU Qlf lllulll l-flilil-'X lrslclq lL'2llll 26. 29. Jlli l rr-. :mrl lllllllllflllil' lllw11'lu'Iwr: l'L'lIClll2 lilpl. IN .vllg l lllilll. Nl:Xlf llAl,l'lflClX llnlnzv lllm-lr NIL-llnl: llnll lluzml 'ZWQQ Sr. l.irIJ lil.-v llulug Jxllfllill lfranlslin I,il. Suciclv: ll-mln' Stumll-nt. NlllQI.XXl llAl,PliRlN WY- 'a'I'1 llrulllv, Sllvvr. llnlfl Xlvllillsl l'.l'n'm'll llulng lum-r-mlm: Klum. hall: -lr, lfr l,2lI'lj tlnum.g Nr, lllrlx lxlvc Q lull: Klum' lullllll IQl'fl!'lllil'lJl" ll.'XNl"l.lXli .il l hm-V1 l 21111, lmzlll 2283 jr. l"r. l':11'ly K'-umm.: Sr. lfr. I'z1r131 l"ln-un-r Cmnm.: Sr. Hill! lilvc l'l1ll1. XHKNIAX ll.'XXl'l,I-fY llmvlllzm- in Sllllllllbl' School: Lllartcr mem- lwr ul :Xmru k'lul11 Xllmlcr of Altltuflv COIIIUNI .ll .Xvm llulm Lkllllwl 'lllj lfllcss :mtl fllcclwr llulv: ll. .'X. .X. I ,l PR RA l X lf .X H lfl N lfNl .NX 'lf KA. Igwil- 'ZW Illlg Aumw Stall' 'Sllg Grad. Nite Reception Ummm, 'l'l',1 51. liirls' lilcc Club: Broun- and Silver Blwlznlx: Sclmlar- ship Society: Ru: typislg lflmu-r L'-vmm. '30, HARRY HENRY SM 'er: Pin K Ring L10I'l'lYll.Q lfslwr Nl. Sz G.: Hall Guard: lntvr-room Baseball. Basketball, Volleyball: Buys' Glen- Clulvg Virtua: Soph Dance Comm. Nm'-r llulwg I'1'u. J tum-N. l'ulul: Xlvcllzulwi l.OL'lS HICRSHENBERIL 3'fQ 'org Grail in Summer School: Fr, Cluh, Inter-room Baseball YUM: Basketball 'ZQLQZ First Prize XYinner in "lt Pays to Advertise' ContCSt YVK. GICTRCDIQ l. Hll.l. 3VQ 'erg Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Orchestra '283.Q, 30: Lincoln Oraturical Contest: Motto Lionlin. SYLVIA HORVVITZ Treas. G. A. A. 130: Vice-Pres. ll. A. A. Summer '29: French Cluh play: Valley champs 292, '30: Track team: Sr. Girls' Glu- Cluh Pin Comm,: G, A. A. Party Comm. lSAlJORli ISOVITZ SDL 'L-r: Vice-Pres. jr. Hi-Y: St-cy. Sr. Hi-Y: Puh. Mgr. Log: Pin K Ring Q-unm.: Honor Student: Swimm. team '2S: Cl?-Cllillflllilll Franklin Picnic. Lll.l.l.-XX l.liON ITZKUXYITZ fznnc frnni Senn High 128: Bronze Honor Mcrlzxl: Sucy. J, Y. I-. '30: Sr. liirl! lilce Club: Hall liuarrl: Franklin: Altrua: Honor Sturlt-nv. MANDEL JACOBSOX Fr. and Soph. Inter-class Baseball team: vlr. and Sr. Baseball champs: Sr. Volleyball eliznnpsz Swimm. team '30: Basketball champs KSU: All Star Honor Student: lnclnor lizmshall tm-:nn 293122 "T" man. LOUIS JANOWSKY 3 'erg Honor Student: Charter member Schol- arship Suciety: Tuley Hi-Y '28. QSM: Mixed Chorus 'ZS: Picture Comm. 130. HARRIl'f'l"l'l'2 JENSEN Came from Denver, Colorado: Treble Clef 295: G. A. A.: Franklin: T. C. Lassie: Sr. Girls' Cleo Vluh: jr. 3 Arts. XlUl.l.ll'f ,IUSI-fl'llSKlX Lzum- irmn nlzuucs Alllflhllll llxglu Sclufml, X. X.3f,11'ls Mlm- klulw. I'lf.XRl. KAHX 3' A- 'crg l3r1nm- Ixlwlnlg llnlllm' Stusln-mg Vuln- licily K'un1m.g ln1cx"1'nmx1 Vqqn. hull: Vzunly Sllll' uf AlYl'll2lI krinwul Star. Sr. llirle' lllcc llllllll Ill-lmtiug l-lllllf S1-Q,-'llxw-zax. lulvx Um- lulk gil. liI"X,I.XXllX ll. K.XX'I'l-IR 31- 'rrg l'rus. J. Y, I.. '3Il: llrmn Q'rm1111.: 'l'rzu'L ln-zum: lilvc Club: fircuk: lfrilm-nl Fturl Hull iiuzml: Hu-vlmull clmavwmx '.Z7'wQ3 lim-xy Slut! D1 llQ.X Ix:Xl'l..-XX N, R-rg llI'4blllL' N Silver Rlcrlulxz lzqn, lvzlll 'ZN3 llznll Hun-'nlg fhiei L'slu-1'vm- K riunsun 51511-g nwlm' 1 ullllll. ,I If XX X If lx.Xl'l..XX L 9 wg Mgr. tzqul. ball 28. .vlbg Ng lnrls Mlm' llllllll .Xml-xxxpzllliat Sr. Girls' Ulm' Clllh. ML 5 l lx.-Xli.Xl:ll:5 l I P5 Klum- fr-.111 I4-yllm-11 l'..mmunity High Scluml, l'kl'l1IllxllII I'zu'lx, lllimwix, 'ZUZ B. A. A. 'ill HARRY KALTMAN JOSEPH S. Kl-ISSEL 3M 'erg Chrmn. Sr. Class Prum mmnnm.: Sr. Hi-YQ Feature News Editor wx' Lug 'Z9M: VicCfPrcs. Sr. Hi-Y '30. MARTIN KLAPMAN 3 'erg Jr. Hi-Y '283 Checker team QSM, 'ZVIQI lfranklin '3ll. RICHARD Kl.lNli Circulation Mgr. Rev, '30g Feature lid. Lug '303 Chaplain Sr. Hi-Y: Chrmn. Franklin Pub. Cunnn. HELEN KUHLENTZ l.OT'I'l li KOLCZAK .UQ 'Q-r: Orchestra: Orch. Contest and Cun- ceri: liirfl Lovers' Clubg Altrua: Sr. Girls Glen' Klub. VICTORIAI, KORBA Came- from Wlhiting High: li. .-X. A.: Sr Girls' Iilcc Club: Altrua: Franklin Lit. Suciety Tuley Acro Club. XYILLIAM KOPEL SL-Q 'er: Hall Guard: lnduur champs '28 French Club '27Mg Handball finals 2022, XVALTICR j, KUPIERNY 3M 'crg Supli lnterarnom champsg Art Club Medal man: Franklin. REXFE KORMAN XYAXUA K4lSt'l'l'llflYlZ Sunnmw' Srlnmlg 3 'crg lit. Snph 428: U. A A. 'SUQ Music .'xl'7l7l'DCli1lltlll IW: Altruza '30, llll0l'-l'l1lS4 tztpt. lmll lt'IlIll 21. 28. llll.l.lAX KUSXIQR l'll'IllllillllQ ll. A. A.: Altruzl. ILXRRY Rl. KHS'I'l'fNKU lrzmklmz ll. A. A.: Urcua. mil-IXI-i IiOS'l'OWXl.'Xli 'I'. kk. l..3 li. A. fl.: Altrua. I.I ll'ISlf lf. KI DSX .v I-V3 l'-Vlllllillllj fl. A. A.: ixllfllil. ll.XlCl!Y IQKJXUXI. 'lrztrlt it-:nu A303 man in Truvkg All Star Ywllcyluztll 'ZH: 14.1-kt-thall Squadg Baseball: Xklllcylmll: lluyf' HIDE Club '292 C351 of "Rl-nmw Qmrl .Iulit't" :md "lYalk the Plank." lANlII.l..-X Xl. lillXXlXl,SKI lzmu- 1'1'-H11 llilj XYWXK lligll Scllrml, Xlilxxjtu- kt-tx NUS., H283 lfranklin Lit. Swcivtyg Girls lllee Club: Honur Student. tiliRTRL'lJli RRAUS 3 'cri Suph tflubg Jr. 3 Arla: lfranklin: Altruztg li. A. A.: Capt. hull tt-:un '293 Sr. lllrls' tllcc Clulm. SHPHIIE KRAUS Class Prophet: Sr. Class Prom Comm. '30: Pres, Sr. liirls' Glen Club: Head typist Log Staff 205, '30: Spring Festival Chorus 285. 130: Mgr. Freshie Inter-class Capt. ball '26: Chrmn. Sopll Dance: Chrmn. jr. Dance: Chrmn Sr. jr. Sabiuite Party '29M: Altrua Visiting Comm. '30, READA KCTUK Pres. T. C. Lassies: Chief Marshal: Co- chrmn. Pin K Ring Comm.: jr. Sab. Party: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Altrua Visiting Comm.: Re- ception Comm. '29M: Csherette Comm, 'ZUEQL Lib. Staff: Franklin Program Comm. NORMAN LAMBERT jr. Baseball '281 Baseball champs 'Z8: Bas- ketball 220: Track team '29. SAMCIfL A. LANDY Drill team 'Z9: Soph Picnic Comm.: Mgr. Ht-avyweiglit Basketball team: Prom Comm.: Swimni. team 275: Circus 130: Pagliacclii. JOE LASKKY Came from Crane '28: Boys' Glue 'Z-KH: Pres. of Mixed Chorus 29: Crimson Star: Inter-room Baseball and Basketball 2934: Cas: of "VValk the Plank"1 "T" man: B. A. A-2 belongs to V. body and soul. MILTON H. LASKOX' 3M 'erg Teller Class Bank 130: Baseball 110: Volleyball: Latin Club: Hall Guard. I'li'l'FR LICRNICR Treas. lfrosh Club 127: Pres. B. A. A. '281 Pres. jr. Hi-Y '27: Vice-Pres. Class 130: Chrmn. Pin X Ring Comm. '30: Chrmn. Class Nite Comm.: Capt. Marshal Force '30g Honor Student: Track "T" man. VIRGINIA LEONARD Hall linarml '30: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Vol- leyball champs '29: Inter-room Capt. ball '30: French Play: Track team 'ZQMQ Sr. Jr. Party Comm, '30, 4.4. Iwi.-. .,. , RT,4...i.f1' .KQ ,NW A., mm. ,gl ,V l In 4.4, AXI'l'.-X l.liY Uapl: hull Qltlg llulnzning tluh: ,lr'.'3Q.-hifi llwll C mrzl' 1 X X ' R1 ' A lu Nlllf Sr. .1.,1,- 'X'.j:.iI-' Iiirle' Ulu' lllulw. l'il.l l.lfYlXl'l SQ- 'L-ri ll. .-X. .'X.: l'1l'1llllillIl l.il. IS.-XIJHNIQ l,lfYlXIQ SQ 'crg xI1'. Yullrylrzlll lczun '20"J: ,lr. Bastr- lmll champ- 'lil gg llull lhmrrl 'Slip Sr. linskvt- lmll clunnp-. SAM L'l-il. l.liYlX H05-J Kiln- Ululs 'MII l,l'CllQSlf2l 1375: Klum- lwr uf l-l'lll'IsUll Star and XYalk ilu l'l:unL: Xlixwl t'l1-:run li. .-X, :Kg Hlcc l-llllll mzm. .-X.-X R1 JN l.lfYI X S4 IX---"lids" lgiml- lrlym R4u1sm'Yi'll, IMS Allyltllfsl l ilpl. llll lla-lwtlmll neun: lrm'r-rn-nn spurlx. .-XXXA R. l,lfYl'l'l' .Vg lr: Sr. Girl! Ulu' fluls: Sclmlurwlmip Xlwlal. XY.Xl.'I'lilQ l.IXlJl-ili 314 'crg jr. Hi-Y 'llfffgl Urclmcmtl 'ZR '303 Prom L'mnn1.: jr. liawvlzall clmmp5 '3U',Qg jr. Volleyball champs 'ZWQQ Klum. llpcrctta '20g B. A, A.: Vircus, CHARIJQS R. LISISICRG .llfg 'erg Sr. aull jr. HLY '28, AIU, 'SOL Scry. Latin Club: Vullcybzlll '28, '20, HARRIET MACI Inter-Class Capt. ball champs '29M: Volley champs XIII: Capt. Volley team: Pres. jr. 3 Arts: T. C. Lassies: Pres. jr. French Club: Lib. Stall: Track: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Bronze Medal: Ir. Ifr. Party Comm. LIQONARD KIALINA 3 'crg Secy. jr. Hi-Y '29: Rev. Staff: Prom Comm. 130: Stage Mgr. M. X G.: Oratorieal Contest '3lI: "T" man. BENNY MANPEARI, Fr. Baseball team: Suph team: Medal man: All Star Basketball: Baseball team '30: Swimm. team 130: Volleyball champs '30. ETHICI. MARAFCHIK T. C. C.: G. A. A.: Altrua. BICNNII-I MAYER Llass Nite Comm.: Tennis team: Sr. Hi-Y: Track team: Usher Grad 2922: Usher M. S: G.: Baseball: Volleyball: Boys' Glee Club. ANNA MILLER Capt, ball: Mixed Chorus: Festival Chorus: Girls' Glee Club: SM 'er. RIQTH MILLER Girls' Glee Club: Head typist Rev. '30: Lib. Stat? '2IJ: Mixed Chorus. ELITANOR MIODUSZEXYSKI Hall Guard 130: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Honor Student: Bronze Medal: Art Club '29M: French Club: Aero Club '30: G. A. A.: Secy. Girls' Division Aero Club. ljfffaf VJ' f Ari., W,-uf,-. fi 786' .f'ff.,., , . ff .-Xlilf H. MLK llJlXHlflf 3-'era Lug A Rex.. Staff: lizaskt-tlmll cliziiupxg Lzttm llub: Hall imaril. .XXX MUl.l.liR Fwy. of ,lime l'lz1s4: Lili. Slzxtl: l'i'1-N. Lib Klub: Vice-Pres. 'l'. l'. laiwiw: 'l'rt-.tx hl. Y. l..: lillI'lT1ll, Sr. l"r. l'zxrty: Silver Meclzil: Girl! Spurt lfclitur ni Rev. K Lily: Aclv. Mgr. ul liirl! lsstw inf Rt'vic'w3 l'it'tm'i' Kiuniin. Sr. liirls' iiluc lilub. X.-X l l'. X. Kl4lbl'.5UX lfr. lmlum' tczim '.Z7jQ: Inter-miin1 Basketball, Yiillt-iluill. llaselwall clmmpsi l'res. B. A. A, 150: Ser.-'l'rcas. B. A. A. 'Zfllil Heavyweight llziskvtlmll team '3U: B2lllllk'l' man. mm: :mil Xlwlzll man '29, '3ll. HliLliX MUXYEZ ,liz lfr. Party Ciiinni.: lfslterettu "Y:ili:uit": .-Xltruzx Yisiting Vinum.: Hall Gunrfl: lfrzuikliiz Piwvgiuniii llnnm. 'Z'IF.fQ: Lib. Statlg Sr. liirls' lilt-c Lliili: flaw Nite Cinnni. '.lll, X.-X'l'llfXX X.XIllX SD- 'urg ll, .X. A.: Lit. Siipllz l'riim nuttin. '.lIl, t.XlQl. XrX'lill:XX lfr. luiluiu' Ivillll 1271 Suph team: jr. Yulley- lmll rlizunps: Sr. lmltiiir Champs: IlllCl"I'lltIl1! Ywllt-5' clmzxinpwz Sr. llzlsketball champs 1511: 'liziclq tezmi. XY,-XL'l'liK X.'XZl.L-XX Handball champ: Track team: lizuelmall an-l Volleyball team: Capt. liltci'-multi Baseball team and Capt. uf Inter-mom Yfillcyliztll. JACK NEM IZNI IFF Class Nite Ci-mm. 130: lfr. lmlom' team: Sopll Indoor team: jr. anfl Sr. lllfliun' champs: Basketball aml Volleyball clmmps: litter-claws Vulley champs: fkleclal man. ROSETTA NIBOXV G. A. A.: Jr. Inter-class Capt. ball 'ZOMQ J. Y. L.g Franklin: Altrua. Vl-ZLMA NORTON Sr. Girls' Kilcu Club: Franklin: Social: Latin Club: G. A. A.: lnter-mom Capt. ball in-mn: Birml Lovers' Club: Spring Festival Cli-urns: Art Club: At-ro Club. HENRY J. NOWAK 3M 'erq Swimm. team '20, '30: Vice-Pres. and Pres. Glcc Club '29M, '30: Pres. Apprccia- tion Club '3lI: Festival Chorus: Letter man: Life Saving tczun. BICN NUNN 3 'crz Treas. Latin Club '30: Track '29I Truck Capt. 'Z8: Circus 129: Hi-Yg Crimson Star Cust. All ilill NOX R. PARKER Crum- frmn Lane: won letter in lfrmotlmll, Baseball and Track. And zu mighty man uas bc. HELEN PAWLCS 3 'cry Capt. ball: Bird lmvcrs' Club 'Z7g G. A, A.: Mixed Chorus 'ZH: Treble Llcf: Aflv. Comm. of French Club. XINA l'liRl.STAD'l' G. A. A.g br. Girls bloc Klub: J. X. LJ Franklin Lit. Society: Altruag Hall Guard: Scribblt-rs' Club. ALINE P IQYROT 3 'erg l-'cstival Chorus: T. C. Lassies: Secy.- Treas. Appreciation Club: Secy.-Treas. Le Cercle Francais: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: G. A. A.: Frankling Jr, 3 Arts. 2f..,... fl l , wth. L' sf.. me inf fa. f' Cx , I uw. 1 1, in-:f 1 111 , ,.f.',, ff . ,fm 19,9 A 11,1 1. Ani-MA , . , -.MA , q.,fn,. J.. J ,- 1 NIAIC l'lllI.l.ll'S 3:1113 tl. JK. .X,: S1'.Ii11'lililcc Lllulai .Xltruai 1. 1. 1. lf,-XNXIIC l'l.UXSKY Sw,-'l'1'uz15. H1111 I.1wc1'! lhllllb '281 Yic1"l'rcs V11-111'l1 k'l11l1 'ZW 1,2 Altruax Yixiting LR1111111.: lf l..: ,l1'. l"1'. l':11'1y 111111111 'ZW Hull lS11:1r1l '29, I-'ANNIE PIU IYLS 1.11l1l Nlcrlnl k11111p1111111'l1'5 11111: ,l. X. l..: Al- lr11z1: l'-Tlllllilllll ,l1'. .5 :Xrlag l.i1. Stilllll Capt. lmll 'Z7' . ,IUSI-1l'll PUDLISXVSKI llawclmznll cl1z1111p5 'lug Volleyball: Nlllfillill lf1111'r Kill: Rcfcruel Medal llliilll Y11llc5l1:1lI. SAM l'l UZI X 3 1-rg 'l'1'z11'l4 11-11111 Hill: L'rin1s1v11 Star: K-Il'L'llS: I-Zllil. R1111111 Yullm-1'l1z1ll 'SOC Fr:111kli11. l'l l.-XlQl.lfS lifxlll X1 HYITZ l71'11Nl1 lllllllj t'i1'c11x -ZQIQQ Mixed K'l111r11sZ Y-1ll1-yl1:1ll cl1:111111f 'JU' J: liz1suhall champs 230. IAUR.-X R.-XlilNOWl'l'Z Xflft'-l'l'L'r. .-X11 lfluls '.?U',1 llzue X1111 llullllll. 'jllj L11111111. 5 .xflrl l'm1c1' 1111111-N1 'lfjgg Usllcrette M. K G. FANNIE RAFFIQ Vice-Prcs. li. A. A. X303 L'irc11w: Swimm. 11-11111 '27: Truckg Vulley champs '29, 1303 Capt. l1z1Il cllalnpsp Sr. Girls' lilce Cluh: Ilnll Guard 1303 G. A. A. Party and Awzml U1111111, 12923 Honor Slllfllllll. HARRY XVILLIAM RIBACK 3 'cr: 'l'rack '30: Swimming '305 Checkers Kill: Inter-rnom Baseball: Basketball: Volley- ball: -lli Hatchet Oraturg Baseball Mascot: B. A. A.: lhecker Club. IJCSTER G. RICHMAN Distinguished lfssayist: SZ 'ery Treas. of Class '3U: Pres. of Bank '3U: Pres. of Sclmlar- ship Suciety '301 Vice-Pres. 'Z9M: 4B Hatchet Orator 129543 VVinner of West Section ISU: Marshal 150: liditorial Editor Review .502 Adv, Mgr. of Log: Gold Scholarship Medal for -lth time. FIDRIQNCE ROSEN Chrmn. Suph Play: Mixed Chorus '28, '291 Hall liuurdg Sr. Girls' Glee Club: jr. Play Ummm.: Circus: Rev. and Log Stat? 20. ICDXYARD ROSENBERG 3 'erg Orchestra Z 'erg Jr. 3 Arts QUM: jr. Inter-mum Baseball champs '29M: Circus Band: khess and Checker Club '29g IHZUI. SAML'liI. Y. ROSENBERG 3 'erz Orchestra 2 'erg B. A. A.: lfrzuiklin. YALE ROSENFELD Chess and Checker Club team: Vice-Pres. Chess and Checker Club: Orchestra QSM: In- ter-romn Volleyball: Baseball 'ZSLQQ B. A. A.: Cast of Suph Play 2856. lfL5llf RUSXER 3 'er: Secy. jr. 3 Arts 'ZVMQ Lib. Stat? 305 Csherette Tuley-Austin Debate: Soph Picnic Comm. 28: Adv. Mgr. Operetta ,ZSML Crime sun Star: Rev. Staff: Volleyball and Capt. ball. HETTY RCMSEVVICZ 35 'erg Bronze Medal: li. A. A.: Franklin: l.e Cercle Francais: Sr. Girls' Glee Club: Al- trua: Mixed Chorus: Music Appreciation Club. :VWQ e4J.',.,ff,,,' 11.4, ,ff f Him, ,Z Qi .nuff Mfvf ff fl , f -1,311 '7,6,,,,.,f , , ,,, ,. ,v,,,,-J NI ICYIQIQ QX, XXIII X .all I-ig Pri-N, I-rzmlilmg Nm. slr. Ili-X . I ull Nlgv-.l,Ilugl'I1IM Xlini-lk'fnn1n.: lliliiur Siu: Q IC ICXA SAL I IS ., .,.. 1 S K I-IVIQ lracli li-:un - 3 I. . 1 X X I lil 'ilu' Kllllll .Xltrung limi-rlxi-N Kam. lmll "J llbllilllllgj' lllllwi llili-i'-ri,-iii! lain. lszlll. lllir JIU Ili SX I.'l'ZNl.'XX .il 'rrg 5ri'i,'l'i'i'1IX. l'-l'UNlI .Xtlilclic ll I I-'ix Quill Swpli Ilzm-lwxnll Iczunsg Iiuskctlmll clmliiivxl llipt, llL'JIYIl'N :mil llll-L-HIFI. Hem '.lII1 Kinpt, Ilziwluzill lvillll IW: Vim--I'rcs. H -X X1 Nlwlzll mul niml. I llI'IS S.-XNDICRS IIIXI L lziw I'mpl1ut: "T" mam fur Baskvili. 3 tin 'N lu :mul lluwlmll clumps '303 IJITIIVN 'J Ili-yy I-Inc l'IulI: Vircus 'ZULQZ I'1'i1c-ii: llii '2"y , Xvr-I l'lulv 'JUL 'I'cm1is Squzul, IJ Ili lC.'X I X If S.X'l':Xl.I Ili .3 'rrp lllril l.:rx'L'r5' 'ZNQ Vim' l'l'i'N, lflil . . I - . nm llsll Llulw .wllg lin-nrli lluh Arlv. un .. fiuzu-ll: In-lwlv l lot: Sr. liirls Mlm' I lulig .XI x Llniim, Klum' ,X1IIlI'L'K'l2lIIIIII Klulw: lIIlkI"k In liqil. luzlll lm-:mi 'ill l.ll. SK'IIXlflI,llfli Llzlw km' l1'lIIIll.I I. L. Laasic 303 lull Staff. Iii-v. Slllll-Q L'-lieu-ttc Hmnccomiuig ,ll liirlilili-vI'l11lv l'i11 Ll-limi.: jr, Picnic Lhinin KQIIYIIIII. -lr, liIiIi.1Ii-in ll-mm. uf T. C. LQIMII lim. lipifli llzlll Iluxliwl. IQDITII 5L'lIXl'I'ZIiR 5 'crl Clmriix of LAYIIIISKIII SI Medal Holder in Sclmlarsliip LI Current Events: Sr. Girls' lilui .5 Arts: Altrua: li, A. A. l'fDY'I'HI'f SL'l'lIYARTZ .Elf 'erl Lib, Staff: Bronze N :Xltruai Inter-rmnn Capt. lmzallg Sr. Girls' lilac Klub. ull :arg Hrunza l I I " I'r:ixilcIli1 r Sil vvi' M ci I'i'i'm'li I FRANCES SCHNVARTZ 322 'erg Sr. Kiirls' Glec Club: French Club: French play: Scrihblcrs' Club: Capt. ball: Crim- son Star 'ZSLQ LICXA SEG.-XI. 322 'org I.ihrziry Staff: U. A. A. MACRIL E R. SENXETT Chrmn. Franklin Prom Comm.: Vice-l'i't-, Social Club: Jr. 3 Arts play: Circus 120: Yol- ley champs '29'fQ: Swimm. team: Rev, Stuff: Basktball: Hmmm' Student: Medal man. S.-XR.-X SINGER 3 'er: Art Club: Rev. Staiif Hill: Circus 'IDI J: Cnzlcli nf Different Plays: Capt. hull champs. EVICLYX SIRIS 3 'er: Sccy. Lit. Sophs '29: Mgr. Sopli play 'ZVQ NYrite-up Editor of Review 12993: ficiieml News lirlitor nf Log '29yQ: Chrmn. Review Treasure Hunt Comm. 'ZULQQ liencrzil News Editor of Review '30: Club liclitnr of Log 'SUQ Csherctte Tuley-Austin Debate 2311. RUTH SHAPERO Lihrury Staff: G. A. .-X. ROZFLLIC SHAPIRO T. C. L.: ti, A. A. SAMCIEI. B, SPIRA 35 'erg Inter-room Baseball '27M: Fr. Pub- licity Comm. 1275: M. 81 G. Representative: Rev. Staff: jr. 3 Arts: Franklin: Motto Comm.: Debating Club: Constitution Comm. JAH .1J..,,gf 70.1.15 1!1'f1Q'1'11.X S'1fX1Q1Q S11 fiirla' 1-111 11111112 ,111 Y. 1..3 .'x111'1l2l1 11, X. .-X.: 11111111-11 Star: H2111 1111:1r11. 1'11'i1I11-Q' 1111: 111111111 11-:1111. XIXX 5'1'11X1" X111 XI-'1' 1110 'W 1' X X' 14-I"1111'1111 ,,..N-1.1. .1. 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Mixed 1'1111r11s 275: Track 1111111 13115 Bagkci- 111111 clmlnps 128: 111tc1'-11111111 Sp--rn: 111111. jr. '.1'r:1r1-1 1011111 'ZSVA-. BARNABY TL'CH'l'liN Came frnm Crane. ARTHUR XYANDICLI. litter-ronni Baseball, Volleyball, Basketball: Capt. Basketball 130: Orchestra: B. A. .-X.. Franklin. Nlf'l'TlE XYANDNICR Capt. ball team '27, X301 Treble lflcf l'lnlm 'dllg Inter-class Capt. ball team: Sec. C. li. Lf 'BU' Q. Treas. J. Y. l-. 130: Cast of Crimsnn Star: Lib. StaFf3 Rev. and Log Stall 130: jr. 3 Artsl 3 'er. SAM XYANDNER Mgr. lfr. Athletic Club: Baseball team: Capt. Heavyweight team: Co-Capt. Basketball team: Volleyball champs: "T" man: Banner man: Medal man: All Star Basketball team: Cam uf Rumen and Juliet. Mflillfl. ,l. XYAX Valedicmrian: SM 'erz Sr. Girls' lllce Club: Pin and Ring Comm.: Secy. Scliularfhip Sn! Ciety: Grad. Nite Reception Cnnnn. 'ZOVQQ Gnld Medal k'umm.g Jr. Fr. Party: T. C. l.a4sie. GLADYS IC. XVEINSTICIN 392 'er: Treas. Franklin ,302 Sr. Girls' Gln-ci Hall Guard '301 Trcas. jr. 5 Arts '2'llfQ: XYin- ner "Does Advertising Pay" fnntcst 12992: -Ir. Dance Comm.: lfslierctte Summer Grail: An- nex SHUT Summer. LILLIAN L. XYIEISKOFF 3M 'erg Scholarship Society: Bronze and Silver Medals: Lib. Staff: Altrua: Inter-room Cat ball Crimson itar '71 In 79' Sr. HD-ji. S .' J:-2'-63 birls' blee Klub. ISADURIC XYEISS Came from Crane: 3M 'erz B. A, A.: Frank- lin: Buys' lilac Club. 4 l.Il.l.l.-XX NYICISS ll-:un 29: ,l. X. l..2 l'1'1mlllm1 lnrlx lllsvt -l1l'L'lDlk' lslcf lllllll. ll Xllllll-'T XYl"l'l'7l"YI' lfl ll Sl. llills' Kiln-c, Al, Y I... .XllVuzl3 ll, .l. A. . . . , . - f., llrnll lluzmlg l'l'JllllillIlQ lwlnxl lvillll lf' l All, XI NlQ4LgXRli'I' XY!-1l'I'Zl-fNlflil.D 5 'wg Sunum-r Srlun-13 Lil. Suphsl ,lr. 3 MIN: .Nllruzlp l-'rzmkliui fmnm, fur Supl: play: li. .X. ,Ng lmvr-rmnn Lupt. lmll team: Hall 1 uzn'-l: 1 IVIC .A-hfllllllj lmwu lla. NI4 ll.l.Y XYliXI.l-IR 3 'mt Lkuutitmium flYll'lll'l,I ,lr. 3 :Xll-1 In ul-nlmx llllll, lmll tram, 41, A. A. lxlulxll W1-fXI.l1lQ l.il Swplwx 'ZNQ liirfl l.m'01'C llllll '21 Xlixwl llwrux: Sr. flirls' lllcc llulv, ll.XlilQY ll. XX l'l"l lzmu' I-l'Hlll Sfllllfll .3 'Pri Mgr. zmcl lzlpt. I Nllplu Iimzniuu 14-:nn 'ZSLQ3 Review: l.1'lll"' mum: fm-ln--11'.1: Aw. lkmccrtmasterg Hrcufg llllm' ltnllllll, -vi lit, Swgvlli '291 Acro Vlulu '2". ' lullllll Zllikillli 511 'er: Rvv, zmcl Lug' Sunil: Inu-r-ruon1 l'z1pt. hall: Sr. llirls' lllcc flulmi Sl-ph Dance l L'nuun.1 Altruzlg Vrillmvxl Slant l"l't'lIk'll Llub. Illil.liX P. ZILKA 3 'org Hull liuzmlg Sr, liirl-' llll-v: Intex'- runn Cant. hull teams 21, .20 ,-1 turns 29: l lf, .-X. A.: lnrls .XIHIUX 243. .1 cr: lirwulzl- Xluflzll: txllflllll ll. A. N.: . . , . A . DAVID ZITNICK 3 'uri Franc-'l'uley Club QSM: Review '29FfQg lnlcr-mann Baseball: jr. Baseball champs: ln- Icr-rmmu liabachall and Basketball '30l Hrrmzc Medal 229512. ALIFRICD ZIYIN 35 'cr3 Yullcyball champs '29: jr. Baseball champs 'ZU3 Basketball team '20, '30. DEBORAH ZULOTT 3 'erz came fmm Schurz '29g Hall Guard '2'J: jr. Fr. Party Comm. '29Mg Treble Llc! Klub 'Slip Sr, Girls' Glce Clubg Inter-class Capt. ball tczun '30. Rl.-XX S, ZUCKERMAN lilcc Klub QSM, '29g Capt. Bascball champs '.Z'I'Q: Sr. Hi-Y 'NMI Cnmm. of jr. 5 Arts '2'l'g: Sr. Basketball champs '30, JOHN ZURFK SM 'crg Baseball champs 27543 French Llub '283 Trcas. jr. Hi-Yg Houur Student: Baseball mam 'ZUMQ Track champs: Hall liuarcl '3lIg Boys' Glce Club. Glass iBrupbenp 7'eIi'fvl1om' c'0ll'I'I'VXUfi0II 'I'ime 1950 He: lliye me right number this time operator. I want Capital 0000. Ilello, Ilello, is this Capital 0000? She: No, this isn't Capital 0000. This is Capital 000I. Ile: XYelI. wait one moment. Did you say your number was Capital 0001 ? She: Yes, that's what I said. He: XY:-ll, that nmnber will do l'llo himself. l'm satisfied l. I like your voice. Q She: XYho is this speaking? He: You wouldn't know who it is even if I did tell you my name. She: XI'eIl, I won't talk to you unless you give me your name. He: .XII right. I'Il give you my name if you will promise to give me yours. She: .XII right, I promise. Ile: Xvell, my name happens to he ,Jill SUl1lI't'l'.Y, She: .Xnd my name is .S'oNli1' Kraiix. llut your name sounds very familiar. llid you ever go to ,IIllICy'? He: IYhy yes, and I graduated in l9.l0. She: Illiy l'm from that class myself. Ile: Not really. XY:-ll I sure am glad I got your number. 'l'ell nie, what are you doing now. She: IYeIl I am an Opera Singer. Ile: Now you see why I liked your voice. She: Xvhat are you doing now? He: XXI-ll I am a lawyer. She: 'I'hat's line. Now I have someone to take care of my law suit for me. I.isten I,ou, I want you to take care of my case, I am from the Metropoli- tan Opera House and I have made a contract with the l'resident of the House, Alyvrnwi Rirluird Parker. This contract stated that if I would ever make the leading role I would have to get a raise. XYeII I have reached that goal but he has refused to give me this raise and therefore I want to sue him for llreach of Contract, He: Ilave you the contract there. You can reall it to me. She: No, I'm sorry, I have it in my dressing room at the theatre. Ilut before we say anything more about my case tell me liow did you ever become a lawyer. Ile: XYell. it's a long story, Sophie. but I shall tell it to you. .Xfter I was graduated from 'l'uIey I went to I7e I'aul University and I studied law, There I met l,nui.v !amm'.vley', and his secretary, Lorraiiif Sufalmg lxtidurt' tfoldniuu, ll'uIli'r Kofu'ruy', and .lliltzm Luxleoix These fellows are all prom- inent lawyers now, ,Xfter I was graduated from law school I began to look for a position in a law ollice. XYhiIe looking for a position I met for 1x'e.v.vrI. ZIHWIHIIIII Cfondzmzn, and Rieliura' Kline, who were already embarked on their business careers, .Xfter talking a while they informed me that .Yinu l'erI.vfm1f and 4'lly'4'r Suhiu were giving a lecture on the philosophy of life. I went to this lecture and I met the lfditor of the Chicago Tribune, .lrflmr Ilvitrli. You remember when he was the editor of the Log and how well he took care of it. XYell now he is the editor of this great newspaper. Ilvith him was his press agent, Ilelen I'u1c'Ii1.v. I also met the editor of the Herald K Ifxaminer, .lluzrrifr .S'rum'H. You reinemlver him don't you? He was the fellow with the large lftllllffllllfll on jiugfe I20j l7mIy-ri31liI Grahuates Emu fear Qlinmmmial Qlluurse .Xnne N. liahry Jeannette llaylen Catherine Seringer .Xnna Berman Victoria E. Blaze Myrtle C. Hrohlin Jennie ll. Hush Fannie Carnow Frances Cesario Bernice Chwistek Mary Cigoj Ruth Clanier Laura .X. Cummings Jennie M. Czarny Charlotte .-X. Dach Eclith Dahl Dorothy Dambro Serene Deutsch Elsie Dubay lleatrice M. Fischer Genevieve J. Folta Ellen M. Frostholm Eva Gault Laura li. Gawrye Shirley M. Gildenlilatt Mary F. Giortlan Sophie J. Gronowski Helen V. Hajfluk Mary Heller Clarice llitehcoek Jeanette M. Huygheliaert Margaret Janibrich Eleanor Jaworoxyski Gunrla M. Johansson Alice Jozenas lcla Kaplan .-Xlwina ll. Karowski Thereaa C. Kawszynski Julia Y. Koliza Eugenia M. Kostownialc Lihhy Kravitz Sera Krol Shirley ll. Kruger Jane Kuhacki .Xnielia Kuhala Celia L. Lamm Lucille H. Lech Esther E, Lefkowitz .Xnna M. Levine lmla M. Levine Eugenia l'l. Lisa .Xcleline Lorek Catherine lllairow Marian Malkin Dorathea O. Manke Helen Markowicz Dorothy L. Mauritzen Rosalie Mermelstein lienjamin Miller Harriet Miaewiez Esther M. Newman Rose S. Newman Genevieve M. Norlock Lottie Olszowka Josephine l'ietrusa Josephine l'iteuk . Mary l'. l'rophorcny Harriet ,X. Romanowski Lena R. Rubin Stephanie Sanko Elizabeth Scholz Razelle L. Shapiro Ruth Shapiro Stella C. Smolinski Gloria Snell Lucy Szafamler .-Xnna M. Szerszen Gertrude Yihon Florence M. Xliaisinan Sylvia C. XYeiner Helen T. lliojocieszek llelen XYiszowaty Dorothy J. XYootlcox Eleanor H. XYyczal Sarah Zimmerman Ethel M. Ziolkowski I"nrly-1 I 7525 5 ,QW f w , 9 - X f A , v 5 , Q 5 ll A LI' 'Z gb y. IW ...................... M, g F to Glasses Senior lass Zbisturp SENIOR LUG Senior .Xllei .. .. . ..,l930 Lug Cahn anrl fair weather was prevalent iluring the last lap of our perilous journey tliruugh the Murray F. 'lluley lligh Seliuul. when we entereml the paelht' Seniin' Ocean in nur perpetual journey search fin' the elusive giiltl uf kncwvlerlge. The -i1llIl'Ill'5 was very eventful. We were nriw in CHIlllll1ll'Ill uf the squatlriin iii' fiinr ships that hail tent- pesturvusly starteil nut in quest uf the gulclen tleeeel ,Xll arlrenture eanie our way as well as all "Kicks" Rising tn the eniergeney. we ileveluperl great tliplmuats, autliurs, eilitnrs. anrl statesmen. lt was glui'iiu1stu liiaf while others were servile tu nur niinutest eunnnaumls. Our pihit, Captain ilreisclm'f. steereil us tliruugh a niust sueeessful l'rnin and Class liauquet. Iii his expert nianipulatiim uf linaneial atlairs he maui- tainefl the stalnlity autl integriti nf the elass. lfnr the liinim' of the Seniurs, ruse Wanclner anal Saltziiian, hasketlvall ehanipsg Sanders aml Greistlort, expert raeketeersg lletzur, the superior splasherg anal Ray Ciihn ancl Fannie Katie, the girl athletes who kept her gmail name. 'l'hen we fuunrl nur ship was wreekecl upon the euast nf classes. 'llhere was fully pnlly Yun llmenherg, the CUllllllt'l'Cl2ll Law expert, inure generous than ever with his zeros. There was Usear .X, Ulsiin, elivniistry perlauugue. the free mlispenser nf quarterly synipliunies in reclg anfl Klr. Sirl Casner, History anml I'ulyemi exponent, the terror of the -l.X's. .Xfter nur tirsl mlaze hail wuru ull' we fuuml them to he jollv, lovable seuuts, at thatffever l'l'Zlllj' tu help along with Klessrs. llarry .X. Michael anrl Xlerlgy, our liistnry ancl eivies teaeh- ers, anil Bliss Nleta Ciiiisuvr, our guide tlll'HlIgl'l the iiitrieaeies uf lfnglish l,it4 erature. It was fluring this time that the 'llulei Review was eclitecl ln' twin uf uur tannins literati: lleleii ,Xpplemau anfl -lack Charnnw. .Xml wishing tw keep ever fresh our memories uf the ninst happy periml ut nur lives. we ehiise .Xrthur lleitch and llarry Sanclnian In Ifclit nur LUG. Xnw this phase tif nur journey if liver. . . . 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Firstly, 1111- V1ll1111ll' girls, 111 1111- 1'11s1 111 1111- 11111111 S:1111111'i11111, N1'1'1C1lll1L'11 111111 i11s11'111'11-11 1111- 1111-11111 111Z1l'11'l1'1'S 11s 111 1111-ii' flll111'1' 1'11111's1-s 111 111l' 11'1111i1i1111:11 '111 1-1'1-s1111- 11111111 R 1 1111111 11111-1' 1111111- 1111- .112 .X111'i1 1-'1'111i1', s111111s111'1-11 111 1111- V111 .1 .X1'1s, 11111111 11'11i1'11 11111' 1111- L'1'L'XX4 111 1111 1-11111' ships 111rg111 1111' ll 1111111- 1111' 111-1'i11111s 2111VL'I11ll1'l'S 111 11111111 111111 11ss1-1111111-11 111 111-11-111111- SlJl'111Q.f 1111'c11111111111i1-11 11-1 1111' 11'lll'S1 l11izz:11'11 111 1lg'L'b1 111 1111- Il1l'1'1'f' 1'11111111s11111s llf 11111111-. .X11 11 11111-1' 1111- 1111'1'1'i L'l'L'X1' 111-111- 115311111 1111111-11 Il1l1l1l1'l1 1111- 11111111 511111 1111111111 1111' 11 1ll'11'1 111111111-111 111 1-1-111x111i1111, 111 1111111-ss 1111' Q1'1'Zl11'S1 1l1':1111111i1' 111'111l111'1i1111 111 1111- 11111-. 1111- -1l1111111' 111111. 1 1 1111-11 11s 1111-:1s11111 111-111111-1' 1111-11 nigh, 1111 11is1-11111111'111-11 11111111 X1i111-1"s 111-111-11 5111111 1Jl111L'5. 111 1'1-11-111'1111- 1111- s111'1'1-ss 111 1111- X'1I11l1,fK' 111 1111- ,X111111111 111 1'i1'11i1'. 111-1'1- 11115 51'111'1'11 Il 111-1'1-1'-111-111--1111'g11111-11 s111'i:11 sl11'1'1-ss. l 111111 1111- 111-111-11 111111 1.1111 8121115 111- 1111161-11 s111'11 1Y1'111'1'5 111- ll1l11'11 111111111 115 1'1'1I1'1 51'11g'I11Il11, X111111 1,11'11I1'1'l1lZlI1. 1X1lI1l1,1l1 111-1111s1'11. 111111 111-1'11'11111- 1.1-1111-. 111 1111- 111"l11l1'1t'Il1N 111' 1-1111-1'1-11 111'1111' 1111'111111'1'N 111111 11s1111111' 1-1111-1'-'1-11 111'- 1111'11I11s 1 . 1 Y . . i 5 111 1111- 111-111 111 1111111-111's s1111111- XX-1'11111'Z1l111 111111 SZ117l11Z1l1, 1111sk1-1111111 111'1-sq 11-11111-r, 1111111- 11111115 11111112 111111 .X11L'1Il111k' N11-s1'11. 1-X111-1'1 s111:1s111-1'. . . . , , , 111 1111' 1'1:1ss 1'1111111s 1111151 111 2111 11111 111' 1111'1X 1-. 1111-1'1- 111- 111111111-11 11111'11s 111111 1l1111'1'N 11111 111-11111 111. 211111 111 11111' s11i111u1 1111111-, 111-1'1- s11-1-1'1-11 111I'1l11g11 11111111s 111111 11-111'11i11g, 111 1'111111- 11111 511CL'L'5Nfl11 i11 1111' 1-1111. XII11 111l1N is 11115 11111 111. 11111' 11l111'11l'j 1lX1'1', 111- 111111' :11'11i1-11-11 I111lL'11. 111111 1-l'1'1 111:11 111- Zl1'1' 11'1s1-1' 1111' 11111' 1-X111-1'i1-111'1-. 111111' 1'111111, N1'1.'11l1l14111j 1J1'2lk'l'fl11 S11 .X111-1, 111-s 111 1111- S1111111. X1111' 11111' 1111:1g1- 111- IIN s111'1-1-ss1111 1111-11-. 1f1f1,1-,1'. 1111' p ,.,l. E-"1'fTL' ' . TTI". '41'L'f3'I1 1 LI' ,.X L...,,,,,,Y- . ,Y f .Y.,.gf.. ,-g,..,, . ,,,, A . ,, ,..-,..,.,.4 I I' lg'l "VJ 'fi' ' Sophomorz lass ilaistorp S111'1111K111lQ1f1.1111 N1-111' -I11111111' 17111111111-f111110 1'1111111111'11 ...... ...111 1111111 11-1111 :1 N1,Lf1l II1. 1'L'111'1., :1 1L'1'Xl'I111j' 1111-:11111-11 1111111-11 4114 111:11111s1,1'11111g :11111 :1 f11l1a1':11'111111 1111111 111. 11'111'11 111-11 1111111-, 1111 111- 1111111 111L'1' 11115, 11111' 1.1111 1111' 1111 v1IllI1'I11'j 11111 1111111111-11-11. 1J11111'1111 1111111g11 11 11:11 11 11:11 1111111111-11' 11-sw 111 1111111 1111- 1l1'1'1'C111l1Q 11111-. 111- :11'1- 111111' :11'1'11f1111111-11 111 1111- 11:111111111g 111 11111' 511111. X11 :11'1- 111111'1111g1111' 11-1-:11111-1'1-11. :11111 1111111' 1111111 111-:11111-1' X1'1N1', S1111111-11 L'X1Q,L'l1l'1l'N 1'1111 1111 11111Q1-1' f1l'NL'L'l111 11111111 11111' 11111111111-1'11-11 1'1'1111111111 1-1'Il111 1111- :111111g111,1 1111111-1s :111111-1- 111, l'111'1-1'1:1111 :11111 111111-'11 111-'11111-1' I11l'l1'lL'L'N lls 1111 111111-1-1' '1'111- 1111111 111' 111l A 1 1 , , 5 , A 1 In 1':1g'111g 1-11-1111-1115 lll111 1111111-1' 1'1:1sw1111-11 1':111 11111 1111111- 115 111 1111-1-1111' 111111 111 11I1'l1 l11l'1l1111. 1 X -11-111' 111' :1111111-11111-1-111111 111 1111' 1"1'1-s11111:111 1Y1l11'1'N 11 11111 11111111111 111115111111 1'1-y1111s. .Xa 111- 1:1111-11 11111 111l'1lllg11 1111111- 111111111111 -11411111 11111-1'1- XY1' 111 111-:1111 11111111111-1'1-11, 111- 1k'1.1 111-1111111 115 1HI'l'YL'1' 111:11 1111111141:111:11111- 11:111g1- 11f N1'1'1'11ll11L' 1111' 1l1'lk'1 11111-. :11111 111:11 1111111 1-11111:11'1':1-111113 111'11111f1111111, :1 1'1111N1'11-111111111 1-1:1sf 1'1111w1'11-111'1-3 :11111 11-1-1 11l1l1'1lUl1t'f1 111l'1'L' 111l'l'1'1I1- 11111' l1lll11l11'l'1'5, 111 1111, 1'111l'S, 11-1111- 11l11111lS. :11111 1'1'1'IlI'N, .X1-1K'1A 1111:11'11111-- 1111- S11111111111111- 11-:1111-1, 11'1- 1'l1:1111-'1-11 11111' 11111 1111-1111-111111111 B YS , N 5 lII11flJ1'1115 111 11111111111 111 1DI1l'N l1lll1'1' 111 11IlI'l1lI1I1j' 111111 :1 111-11' 11--s1-1, 1'1'h1111'1111l'll1 110111111-11-11, 11:1xz1111g. 1111111111-1':11111- :11'111111' :11111 111111111-1' 111' S1111111N111':1111111, 1111 111-11111 1'1-111111'111g 11111 111-111' 1111- l'f1gl' 111 1111- 511111. X1'11l'lAl' 1114151 111 us X11'1'1' 11111 11-11 111'1-1'1111:11'11. :11111 1Y!lN 111-1'1-1' 111-111'11 111- 1l'LfJl11l. .X1111:1111-11 111 11111 11':1g1-111, 17111 111-11-1'1111-11-Es 111-11-1-1111111-11 111 QP 1111, 111- 1'1-1'1-11111 1'1-s1'111-11 1,111-1':11'1 5111711 S111'11'11'. 111111 11'1 l'1l1'1'k'l'1 211141 1'Il1'1'1.ll1 1111111111111 1-11-1-1'1 :1 111111'1111g11 1'1'l'l1Yl'l'f. l'lll11'1'1151ll1h1P1l'1'FA 11'1- 511111151111-11:1 1111351 5111111-551111 .X1l1'11 1'41'1l111'. :11111 111111'1-. 1 1 Il S1lCl'l'NN1.ll1 S111111111111111- 111'1111' 111 1111- '1'1'11111111111:11 H1111-1"a 111-111'11. 1'1'1'11llQ I1 111-1-11 111 :111 1111111-1 1111' 11111' 111111111111 1111111111110 11111-111 111- 1ll'l'N1'1111'11 111 1111- 1'1-ft 111- 1111- 11K'1'1 1111111 ll 1111111111-1' 111 1-X111-1-11111g11 g111111 1'111-1-1' 11'1l111'I'r :11111 Il X1'1'K' 1lI11l1111l1l'lII'1N1I 11:11.f. 111119 11'1- 11111 11111' 11:11'1 111 11111111112 11115. 11111' .11ll11'1ll'f, 1111'1111g11 11113 11111s1 1111-111- 111':11111- 111-111111 111 11111' 1111-. 11111- 111:11 111- s11:111 1'1-1111-111111-1' 1-11111111 111111 wc-11. l- 1fI 1'-.vi.1: 11- 1111:11g1- 11111 11111 N11ll'1 111-11. '11111' 1111111111 8111111 151-1111111111 1111111. 111111111- VIII IXI .,L,,1.,I , S. T 1 V' XL, , ...' jfrzsbman lass Ilaisturp 'l'l11' 111-11' 111111 Ill- l"1'cNl1i1-N tl1i5 NL'llll'5l1'l4 11'11t1I1l 1l1-11 1-11-11 S1'11t1'l1 1li111i1111- ti1't-Q. s11 1111:1cr111111tal1l1' 11't't', pvtitc. a111l tiny 11'1'1'1- tl11'1'. l111l1-1-1l, Illllllj t-l1l1-1 :1111l 11'is1-11 F1 1'1111l1l llltl 1'cf1':1i11 lflllll 11'11111lc1Ai11g lllllllillly, at timcsl, "l11111- tl11-11' small l11-a1l5 1'1111l1l l111l1l all tl1at they lillCXY.l' I7111' Illlj' 11111l1111l1t1-1ll1 1li1l 1111551-as lllllfll gray 111z1tt1'1' a111l t':111z11'it1' f111' fliligciir a1111l1t'ati1111 111 1'111'1'ic11lar :11'ti1'iti1w- 111111, 11'11111l1-1' 111' 11'lIll1ll'1'S. algt-l11'ai1' ltk'k'llllllk'N41'S. 11'l1icl1 rl1llL'lllt'lII is gi1'1'11 1'1'1'1lr111't- t11 I11' tl11- 11a11cit1' 11f 1'i1'i1l 1'11l111'i11g tlfli 111. lil'lllL'?l 1111 tl11'i1' llltlllllllj' 1'11l1111't flips tl1c wa111c slipx tl1at l1a1'1- 1111151-1l lllilllj' :1 l111'1ll1', 1111I1l1' St'11i111' 111 lift llis lll'1ltl ll1l11111l1 l111t 1111l11111'1'1ll Zlllll t'11git:1t1' 1111 tl11' L'l'llL'llj' 11f lifn- 111 gt'l1l'I'1ll Zllltl 1-1'111litc, lllll 111-1'1l1'tl11-lcws i111'11115i1I1'1':1t1-, 11111l:11g11g111-s 11'itl1 l11-arts 111 Zlllillllilllllllt' i11 11:11'tict1la1'. 'l'l11-xv l'41'1wl1i1-5. 11l111w11 staturcs 11111-1'i1'allt-1l Xa1111l1-1111's lilllll 1li1'1.-iw 11tl11-1' gn-at 1111-11 11'l111 lig111'1- 111 the l1ist111'1' 11f tlic 11't11'l1l1 ll1lXC Yilllllllllj' llIllll'l1l tl11- 1-xct-lla-11t 5IZlll1lZil'1lS 111' lllvil' p1'1-1lcccss111's, 1-1't'11 r:1is1-1l tl11-111, Zlllll 11-t'1'1' as sl1i11i11g l'X2lllllJlCS Ill i111l11l1-11t 111' 11tl1c1'11'is1' 1111i11s11i1'1-1l 1111511-1'it1'. 'l'l11- 1111n1w111'f 11f l1l'KIIlXL' llll'1lillS Illllllllbl' lllillly. :1111l 1111'1'ia1l 111i11iat111'1' c1111- ftn-llati1111s a1'1- l11'g'i1111i11g t11 cast tl11'i1' 1-lli1':1ci11115 ill11111i11ati11115 111 ll11- 1la11'11i11g.5 ti1'111a1111'11t5 11f 'l'11l1-13 i111li1'i1l11alit1'. 'l'l11' li1-l1l 111' :1tl1l1'ticw als11 is 111'11f11s1'l1 st1't'11'11 11'ill1 tltcwc llilfligtlllh :1111l lllliillll l'1'111ligitw 11l111. tl11111gI1 tl11-1' 111111 llllbli i11 tl1c 1'1-il1-1't111l gl111'1 11f 'l'11lcw1"Q 111'11111i111'111'1- at lltis 1-:11'l1' 1Iatc- 1ll'l' l11'gi1111i11g Ill t1111l llll'lllsl'lX1'5 ill?-llg2lllll'S Zllltl 111'1111111t1'1w 11f tl1at Slllllt' ggrc-:1t111'sw. I7111' tl11' l111li1'1 111' lllL'NL' l'1lI'llL'Nl, it-1111115-111i111l1-tl littlt' 1l11'a1'fs i11 stat111'1' a111l giantx 111 st1'1111gtl1, l1af:1l11'a1's l11-1111: "lfx1'clfi111'l" Zlllll 11'itl1 tliis i111'ig111'ati11g, i11s11i1'iti11g lbllllllx 1'1'1' tl11'1' l1z11'1- L'llllSl2llllly Nt1'i11111 tl1at tl11-1 111igl1t Ctlllllllllilllj f111tg1' 111111'a1'1l. L'Y1'llllI1lllj att:1i11i111g' tl1t' 1'111'1't1-tl g111:1l Ill w11i11l'l111111l. 1l1lKl 11't'a1' tl11- t'111'11111-t 11f lPHXX1'l', 121111-111i:1ll1' lll'1ll'lI1Qf tl11' Slllll'l'Illt' S1'1'11t1'1' Ill. 5l1111'1'i111'it1. 5111111-1la1'tl11'1,11111, 11'ill l4111111' "tl11' llflilfl 11f lll'li!lllll'f. tl11' lllllllll 11f l11111'1'1'." Stl 111' 1:11 111 tl11-111 "lfx1'1'lfi111'l" I-11111-1-1.11111 ,l,.. rw 1 Klip DZLTIL if. , 1 '...T 1 n 4..- Y-...- EQQDQUN- .A W Ml WH! - X . N AE N f KN Qctihities Buhlisatinns M. , ...q,a,,+fff.,,, . . , s may ky, V ' f - . -118' K . - Mb: X A H ,wynm 4pf,w,Q pfxrcff ,ff any 51,52,,fM,, if sf 9? zeskr effglffdff D ' lfklr Fddff N Aw! WIT lrf x 1 X v Q , ' . I H. L 4 V 4 E W - , . I l 4 s v xv . v ' . ig. 'fl A 1 Ax tk I U..,,, nz. ,. , 3.m4, my 74.45.14 X,-.f 1. f 1,191 .. , A , in ,N E? kv - 'f.,i1f,AiM ..-xr fiat, sf f --f lug btaft LITERARY DEl','XR'I'MENT .'XRTllL'k Dlil'I'L'lI ..... IIARRY B. S,-.xmux .... ,Xu-nr bl. I'liN,xk ...., H. 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Ylurulrl tliis :iwrzxgv lu- SllbIIllIll'll fm' tlu- lwu cnsiiing seiiu-su-rs, tlu- sliula-in will iwu-iw an silvvi' iiuwlzil. .X silwr mcilzil IlYL'l'1lj,fl' fur twin sL'iiu'sl1-i's is I'i'lN'2ll'lll'll witli :i gulcl mwlzil. ilu' liiglivst Svlurlzlslic ziwzml 'liulvj frm gin: 'l'lu' rusulls wt' tliis iricciiliu- is nstuiiiuliiig. Xlwlzils :iwzirila-il iii WIS l1lIllllll'l't'4l 71, wliilv iii l9301lu-v lizul iiuicziswl tn 307. ll is fliu-. in lxirgv illt'2lsl1i'0, to ilu' ciulm-:ix'in's uf this lunun' ui'g:inizzitir that tlu- Svluilzirsliip inf 'l'uln-y is rzztvzl :Ls llig- liiglicst :iiiumg Cliiungu lligli Sflllllllx ill Kliicli uf tlu- slum-ss of tlui iwgzuiiziilimi falls In ilu- rrmlit uf Miss livin W. Klaus, tlu' c-flicu-111 spmisiwr. wlui lizis ilmu- lui uiiiuisl In iiiipiwwc llu' scluvlzirsliip rating of lulcy. 'l'lu1 pn-siflciitizll nlluu' was CZ-lllllllll flillillvml lmy lxstci' li. liifliiiizui. Il luilslci' ul' :1 gulil nu-ilzil for tlu- tliircl tiiiu-. 'l'illu- Strauss, zilsu gi luvlflm-1' uf :i gulcl iiuvlnl fm- tlu' tliiiwl tinu-. lu-lil tlu- nllicv uf Yifu-l'i'vsi1lciitg wliilv llc'rii'gq' Cluillin, munlu-1' gulml lllwllll luvlrlm-11 iu'ciipi4-ml tlu' mluulilu iuisilimi nf Sc-on-trii'y-'l'i'u:islm-i'. "lQc':illy." I'L'lll2ll'l'il'1l King luviiis XIX' 1lflK'l' glziiiviiig lPXL'l' llu' i'i-miwl uf 'lf S. S.. HI fn-L-l rzitlu-i' lllk'Ullgl'll1lXl4 Ilu'i'v," N. rr MIM' 4.-fat, J2W.5.,t f..t...,.tQ ,nof- 'Y lloizornv lil-IRNSTIQIN . ....... 1Ul't'.YllI't'l1f SHIRLEY FiNKi.ias'ri2ix .. ....... fvfft'-Pl'l'.Yidt'lIf .li-g,xNic'1"1'i-1 HARD ...... . . . ..... .St't'l't'ftlf'AV'Tl't't1.YlH't'7' Our kingly namesake seemed astonished. ln fact he was more than as- tonished. he was astounded. For in the days of "Good" King l,ouis XIX' misery, hunger, and desolation had dwelt in the fair land of France. And, two centuries later. when Louis XIV and his retinue came back to inhabit the 'l'uley Log, they unearthed a strange catenation of affairs. l'overty had vanished! Hunger, its bosom companion. friendless, and in an tmhospitable atmosphere. had succumbed to a powerful invader. And desolation, the third of this cheerful trilogy, had simply made as graceful an exit as time, tide, and circumstances permitted. The ,Xltrua has been organized. Long ago, while 'liuley was yet young. it had been formed for the sole purpose of creating an inhospitable atmosphere and uninhabitable domain for the above mentioned trio, never dreaming of the return of the three horsemen. The .Xltrua is the most energetic society in the school, and each semester witnesses a greater expenditure of energy in this direction of rendering the needy needless than the preceding one. It is because of this organization that many pupils have been enabled to continue their education. that otherwise would not have been able to do so. Previously the altruistic scope of this club extended into the surrounding territory, but this semester, it has been narrowed to Tuley proper. The sale of membership tickets is the greatest source of income. each student's conscience dictating to him the command that so worthy a cause must be supported. and Tuley students are conscientious. Since the students have increased considerably. the .Xltrua, this semester was more than successful in its membership drive. ln the finer arts also is the .Xltrua proficient, proof of which may be found in the adjectives and interjections applied to their dance. liut perhaps the most charitable act of all was the candy sale, for therein material effects were felt by students. dentists, and needy alike. Dorothy Bernstein, president: Shirley Finkelstein, vice-president, whose programs were eagerly watched for, alternate Thursday of each month in Room 115 3 and Jeanette Bard, secretary-treasurer, kept both minutes and money in the most perfect order. Kliss Claus. the faculty sponsor, deserves a good deal more credit than is usually accorded her. .S'c'I't'rit,t'-mu' 44-4- jfranklin literary Sancitztp Kli-:vicit Sxisix . ..... l'i't'.t'itit-ul .Xiu-, tltmi,iiii.xiiiQie . ...I'it't'-l,rt'.vitlt':iI S. SI'IR.X .,....,.... ..... , S't't'i't'ft1r',v Givxiws XY!-1lNS'l'l-IIN.. .. ...Y'rt'ti.t'itrt-r . t lht- vicisxittitlt-s tat timt- hzut- witwtiglit numt-rtttix mirztvlt-N hut it is tltvtiht- ful wht-tht-i' tht-5 t':1ii Nzttisft tht- Iflitiikliiiitt-s in tht-il' tlt'sii't- this at-nit-ftt-r. lf. in stunt- my stt-ritvtix iiiauiiit-ig Iflfllllilill, tht- iiziiiitwztkt- tif thin tn'g:ti1iz:ttitm. twiultl rclt-:msc himst-ll' frtmi tht- hiiitliiig ft-ttt-rs tif tht- grztvt- :mtl t-mt-i' zigztiii tvtti' wtvrltl tit rt-:thtit-5, with what tlt-light wtmltl wt- t-iijtiy his :tpiwt-t'i:ttittii' l.t-t 115 just tvtstiztlly gliiiilut- :tt tht- :tctixitit-5 ttf tht- t'h1h thrttugh hif t-ytw Utitstztiitliiig ztiiitviiq tht- IllllI1l'l'lIlIS ftiiwtitme tif tht- wticicty wsu tht- Um- ttmcztl Qtnitt-Qt which iiispirt-tl iiizmy Itttiiizicitmtish' iiichiit-tl wttitlt-iitt ttt tt-at tht-ir mt-rits. l"i':1iikIii1'f hung silt-lit't- wztw liiiztlh' hrtikt-ii, Hut imztgiiit- that tlt-ui' tnltl 5l1llL'Slll1l.ll'N1llN1lZl'IllL'lll wht-11 ht- vm tht- lfrztiik- Im play! 'I'ht-ii :tluff spriiig iiizttlt- ht-1' t-i1tr:mct- uiilit-rztltlt-tl, hui iit-vt-rtlit-lt-55 wt-lrtimt-. Sht- tht-ii yhztpt-tl tht- :tvtivitit-5 tif tht- Ifrzmkliii mtiuli tt: tht- CIN'l1lI'I'1lSNlllCIll nf lt Xt tl litiiltliii ntiiit li Il in t l t t-tl WHT ', . it- "1 ' A I i' t- j: lin lfiitiikliii tztf t-t :gain tht- ,g 1 tlt-ii iit-t'tz1i' ttf lift- tt: my iitvtliiiig tif trtht-i' tit-lt-ctzihlv vivttiztlw. Hut tht- ftit't't-sw ttf tht- tttit- iiig was iittt jtitlgt-tl frtmi at tlt-:ttl niznil ptvint ttf vit-w, httt t-iitirt-ly I-Vtllll tht- lzttightt-i' :ti itl tlt-light iiiztiiifestt-tl hy tht- sttitlt-nts. llztving :tt't'ttiiililixlit-tl sta much mit- wtmltl think that tht- t'i't-:ttix't- ptiwt-ix tif tht- tnHit't-rs wtitiltl ht- fzttigttc-tl. lltit tlitl 5-tiu t-tt-i' ht-zu' tif Rlyt-i' Szthiii, :mtl his ctullt-:tgtit-rt. tlttltlliuht-r, Spirn, :mtl Misa Wt-iiistt-iii :tt victimx tif Such zt tlif- grztct-ftil tlih.'llllIlIl? Iht-x' t-tmihiiit-tl tu It-:uc at rt-t't1i'tl thztt NllLlIl4iS ilitrrt- likt- gt t-ttlttgy thzlli :L cltih rt-ptirt Spriiiltlt-tl in tht- ctvtiixt- tif tht- st-mt-stt-r wt-1't- tl:uit't-5 ttht- prtini iii ctmjtinc- titm with tht- St-iiitn' class h, wt-iztls, :ill fztcultv prtigi-rtim, :mtl litt-rztrx t-iitlt-ztvtnrs. ln tht- fact- tif stirh :i i't-t'tvrtI, it is t't-rtztiii that lit-iijzuiiiii Ifittiiltliii ztpprt-cizttt-5 tht Iiittixltl' tx it tlt tixts tuitl is 'l'tiltt Ist-N Xti :ii lfmiiltliii till xt st-mt-stt-rY ,S't':'t-my-lufu 1111 'N " ' '. . ' I. 'i it ,. . TOY! ', " 'I , IW. t J 10 rv! A 13.4 4. fr- . u ,4- ,..'- Q Eetmsb youth ilsague IHQNJAMIN Kaxrou ,. ...... l'rw.vifIt-zz! llokornv l'oLL.-xck . . . . . l'it't'-President l,II.l.IAN lrzkowirz .. ..... .S'vt'r'clary Niciriic Waxnxiik ............................ 7'ret1.mrw' This, the third semester of the Y. l..'s existence, has heen an active and fruitful one, for the organization has heen instrumental in arousing an interest in -lewish art, literature, and music. The cluh is rapidly progressing in every way. lts varied programs make the meetings infinitely more attractive from an intellectual standpoint than in most of the other clubs. The assemhly is the chief feature of the Y. I.. every semester, and is of special interest to every red-hlooded, earnest student in 'l'ulev, for he knows that there he will have the opportunity of hearing an eminent and well-informed speaker who will present the situation in a forceful, vivid manner that will instantly make itself clear in the student's mind. livery semester delegates are appointed to represent 'Fuley at the jewish Youth League Council and at the leagues of other Chicago lligh Schools. lien Kantor, who has with notahle success captained the ul. Y. l,. through another semester, deserves much credit from the energetic manner in which hc has tilled his office. Dorothy Pollack, the vice-president. should be given thanks and apprecia- tion for the excellent programs given at every meeting. The minutes of the secretary, Lil ltzkowitz, always have been concise and lucid, while Nettie Wandner, has proved herself an efficient treasurer. Bliss Rosenthal, the cluh's sponsor, must certainly not he omitted, for what would the club have done without her guidance. The club shows a great deal of promise, and may that promise he fultilledl Svwvity-lllr'et' lll 11l1 In lllll N11 .1 -Llp-fi 16 -'ff-'H V-Q" ',.,,-,1 Z...1-ff, -J ,,,,..,.... Zuninr Gibran Qrts 51115131 'lL11'1'1.1c ... .... l'f'1'.114f1'11.' l.1w1x.x1111 l,.x11111-.m'1Q . .,I'iw'l'1'111'1'11l1'11l l11,x l,111'1 1 A .,.... ,.... . 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Ship ahoy, Forwarfll Such is the slogan of the Lit. Sophs this semester. unrler the imigorating piloting of its l'resitlent, llarry Gooclman. whose alnilities stoocl him in good steacl- a steaily eye. clear vision. ancl a really hancl to the garel. Procrastination. that wholesale "thief of time" was eliminaterl-and permanently, we hope from the make-up of the Sophs. Xt least they showed no traces of that eorrocling and lax clisease in the past semester. ,Iurlith Simlransky helcl the Yice-l'resirlency anrl heltl it well, evidencing the enviable qualities of a good program manager and a better committee chair- man. lfsther Notarius pertormerl her secretarial mluties with a vigor and com- pleteness of execution that showed the memhers conticlence in her justihahle. .Xu extremely amusing play was actecl by the Sophs ancl coached hy Sara Singer. The characters in the production were very well portray eil hy Mignon Rubenstein, lrvin l,er, -Iurlith SlClI'Zll1SlQ' and l,llllZlIl Hetsler. The Soph picnic, aceorcling to traclition, has but selrlom been a failure, anrl this one certainly uasn't to judge from the lightning anml ririrl continents of those who were there, and from the tanneil, frecklecl, aml sun-lnurnecl visages to he gliinpsecl here and there on the following Monday, ancl the large clemanfl for a healing. soothing tulle of lfnguentine f,'XflYCI'llSUl1K'l1Il. Sophs know how to tlanee, as witnesses at their social affair will testify. .X successful party closecl the series of social activities, which moves us to say that the Sophs surely have justiherl their right to the slogan, "l'orwarfl." ,Yu:'t'n1l,x'-fii't' 1 -v- 9 . Q ' l . ui wif, -,, fm!! , ,, -'.:f- , ,f i V Y- ,AM f.,,.4. X . . 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Smxi-:Y Cxsxi-311. . . ..,Yfn11.m1' llzv 'l'11l1w- cll'ZllHl'Sl Swain-ty was fmiiirlt-tl at thc lat-gi1111i11g uf tl1is sciiiustcr fm' tht' IPLITIIUNL' of fostering anal 1'11cu111'11gi11g public spmkiiig a111l fl6ll2lllllg' in Ttiley. I11 Ul'llL'l' to furthe-r this lrllI'1lUSC, thc Oratmws arc makiiig 1111 Ul'gZlIllZCfl 1-tifurt tu piwrcttrc a piihlic SllCZllilI'lg' class fur thc sclioul. 'l'h1- fh'11t11rs haw mat i11 205, every XX'CllIl6Sll21j', The lJl'llgI'IllTlS have cmisista-rl of mlt-hatt-s. talks ancl clisctissimis by the l1'll'llllll'l'S. Scwrztl 1111-ctiiigs wc-rv hclml i11 cmijtinctiuii with thc Ffillllillll. Slmiistnrccl hy Mr. Casiicr. Zlllfl lc-cl hy lien Dis:-11l11111s aml l'c111'l li11l111, chairniaii :mtl Si'Cl'QlIll'j', l'l'SlJl'CIlYt'ly, thc Orztturs haw hacl a vt-ry sticccssftil sciiicstcr aml art- 1111w luuking fc11'w111'1l to 21 lJUllllC-SlJl'1llilllj,l class. 'I'h1- 'lilllL'j' llchating Team. also spmisrmrccl hy Mr. L'11s11c1', Zlllll cuiisistiiig uf -lack k'l1111'1111w, Capt.. Snpliic XXX-iiistt-iii, aml Martin Nl. Klirult, hultl its Illlllllill 1l1-l111t1- with .Xustin 1111 Alllj the 29th. The sttlmjvct was "Rcs11lv1-ml, 'l'hat .X Systcin Ill- S1-g1'cg'11ti1111 Shmiltl Rc-place Coetluczniuii l11 Our Erlucatiuiial l'lZlIl.'l 'l'11lt-y tmik thc lll'45.fZlIlYL' -lUSl'lJll R. N111-l, tht- 1111-sitlc-111 of thc Nucl State liaiik, was tht- 1'h11ir1111111 of thc mlcliatv. 'l'h1- .iurlgcs wc-to thc l'lllll. Oscar 111-lwl. hltulgt- of tht- Superior Cntirt. thc llcm. plilllllllili -I. l.yllCll, 'lurlgc of thc- Cirvtiit Cmirt. Zlllfl tht' llmi. lfrancis S. XX'ils1111.-lttrlgt-11f tht- .Xpl1cll11tc Court. 'llhc Uratrmrs' Sticic-ty tlllllllllilltil this clclfatc. tht- 1111-iiiht-rs uf tht- lelllll. lllIlI'l2lgK'l'S, sccrvt111'i1-s, ti1111-kc-cpm-1', ushers 111111 uslicrcttvs all living lII'1llfll'S. liCUl'g,fL' 0111111-1', thc 111111111531-r fur Tilley, clvst-1'ves 111t1cl1 crcrlit fm' thc way i11 which thc husiiicss part nf the rlchate was carric-cl out. C21'cat crvtlit is alsu chic, 11l11wc all, to Mr. Casncr. Sv:'filly-x1'r'1'11 11112, Ululep Svzuiur 1911? Xldllll ll l71111 ll , 4..... 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L'l1-I111 l,lYlllQ4 k'l1-1111 .YIl1l1-1111, :1111l k'l1-1111 F1'l111l:11Nlu11. lllll llu- 1111l111l1l111g 111 1l11- 41 N1x11u-11-lx llIk'l1ll'!llJll 111 1lu-:11'l1x'1l11-5111 1lu- 111g:1111fz1111111, 11111l llilx l11-1-11, 1l111'111g llu- llll-I X1-1111-N11-1. 1111-111-11111-:111-1l 111 ll 111111-I1 1111111 11111-11x111- 11l:111111'111 l11-:111111u':1l11111 111 l11l1-1. 1111-:111-1' N'l11111l 5l11I'lI. g1111l ,. , . V . . Il Illlblll' 1-1111-11-111 kl1-1111 1111 :1111l l11N11-1' K:111111:11g11, Il- 111-ll :1- 1-111111-11. llu- K'l1-1111 llll k':111111:11g11 :1111l l'11N11-1' 011111-NI. 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Xl K' Y,,11111l 1l11-11-:11-1- XKllll1'NNl'1l l'111g l'1111g 11111111:111u-1115, 11':11'l1 Il1l'k'lN NYYllllI1llIlQ 1111-1-lx. l1:1N1-l1f1ll Illlil l1:1Nl11-ll1:1ll 3:11111--I :1111l x:11'11111N 111lu-1' x1u'l1 llL'llYlllL'N, xlllL'lllN1l1Il'I11 ll:11'1'x Y, Xl11'l1:11-l, 1l1:11 Q1-111-1':1l :1111l l11llx ll1g ll1'111lu-1' 11l11- l1.-1 X111111- 11111-1-1' 1111x1:1l11- 111 IlQ1'lN 1:11'11l11 x111111N111- :1111l 11111 11111 111 1l11-111. 1,11 151 1-111111 Zlliulep Bluninr 3992 AlllSl-jI'll Xl.'XRlilN .. ....... l'f-r.vif1f'1zf .line tlrikiziau . .. .. ,I'im'-l'ri'.vidm1f l,m'ls Al.'Xl.llXY ...... ..... , S'vt'r't'fi1rjx' Ili-:RN.xRn llum-zvlucie . ...TI'l'll.YZIl't'P" 'l'lu- llmim' lli-Y is tliv clmptvr of ilu- 'l'ul 'mil hy ilu- lcmci' classmcn, :mcl if mutivztu-fl lay tln- fzmmc 1 furm an is tliv Scnim' ewgziiiizzttiim. lliit uiltsirlc ni cu-:qu-lutiiig tu the full cxtciit with tlu- vy Hi-Y tliilt i4 urgzuiizt-fl itll' mriiiciplcs, zmcl plat- 5l'lllUI' lll-X m :lll ' s mitttm-fl fruni that uf the l,l'll'lllIlU' wa of its czniipziigns, it ztlsu lm, :m Q-xistx-lice mitilcly ey ulilci' urgzmizzttimi. :mel if guiflc-il wk-lx' luv its mm otllciztlf. Q llc fZlY4l1'llL' :tctivitx nf tlw lunimx during tlw past SC'lllC5lt'1', t H . 1 Y h limnrt-rl pt-rlizlpi ln' tlic cu11ti'm't-ixiztl spirit that sccnif tu liztxc ivciwzulcml Tulcy. l'rmiiinm'nt six-:ilu-l's wort- iuvitwl to ?'IlK'fll-Q :tt clulr iiin-etiiigx :mtl rt clclvatmg tc-:tm 1 ' 'I 1 rliur Ili-'li was l-lll'lllt'4l tlmt :llily cmiipt-ti-rl xxitli similar Ul'?,f1ll1lZ1llll11S n '- w ,, Sfluumlx 'l'l1t' wzmtlurlust 1 . mrl Npirit inf iiiqtiisitivciicss has :mlm lm-11 prc-clfmiimtiit. ' tm lnli lllmll tai- g tr fzuising tlw lmuys tu mztkn- at-va-1':tl triph tu x':n'iuus Cliicth 1 is Cvn ' ftrit-sg zu wt-ll :tml tlu-rc lllHIlL'Cl tht- lIllll'I' llll'k'll2ll1lNIll 1:1 tht- city r lllll-Illl' mrlu f :ts tn. with tlu- Zl1lX'l'IlI of Npriiig, liilu- out to tlic surrnumliug, wtiutry. lit-firing tu place- ll much strictci' wzxtcli Ullilll tlu- Cl1ill'11t'lt'l' uf thc lmys zulmitlwl as new im-mllt-rs, Il in-xx' ufticc. cullml "S1ipc1'vism' uf l'c1'scmiit-l" lms lm-11 t'i'c':ltt'cl. wllurn- flutit-s invluclc il1tv1'x'iewi11g pl'uspcctix'L' l11Qi11lw1's, as wt-ll :lf looking up tlwii' pc-rwilzll rvwntwls in tliv rvztlnis ul' xcliulzwsliip, :tml ctliics. Nlucli Crt-slit for ilu- feuicstt-i'K xwrk is tru lic QIYVII U1 ,ltlfvllll Nlilflilll. hlfll' l ll lzmu-S Svnipcl :mr tlvrlmcr, lmuis Nlzxlmv, :tml llL'1'll2ll'tl llm-tlclqtw, :ts wc' :ls Xlr. ,X, lflilllf tht- l-Zlfllllf' FIBUHSUFS uf tlic hlllllltll' Hi-Y. A1':'t'l1l,t'-frirrt Girls' Qtbleti: Qlssuciatiun 1111 1.1111 1 .,. ...... l'1'1',1'i1i1'111 1911 1 ll IQ 11-11 . .,1 111 l'1'1z111l1'11l 511111-. 1f1'111X ... .,.. ..N'1'1'1'1'l111j1' SYI 1'1 1 1111111111z .1 . . 'l'1'1'11,1111'1'r ' 1111- :111111-111' 111-1111-1'1-1111-1115 111 1111- 11. .X. X. 11111 51-1111-511-1 111111' 1-111-1-111-11 1111111- 111- 111111-1' '4l'1l11'N1l'1'N 111 111111 1111- 111'1'11111z11111111 11:11 1ll'L'11 11111lS1l1l11X 111111-w1'111 5 , 11 111 H11111111g 111111 1ll1'111l'1'l1l1: 1111- 1k'k'111lg 111 1l11l'l'k'S1 111 :111111-111-5 Zlllllfllg 1111111 151111. 1lll1ll11ll'1'Il1I1L' ,XI11l'11ll 1'.111'11:11'1s, 111-1'11'11111- 11111-1'11-5, :11111 111-11-11 1111151-N 11111'1- 111-1-11 111s11111'1-V1-11 111 11111- S1I1l1'1 N1-1111'NlL'1'. 111l'11LlQ11 1111- 11111111-111 111111 1'11111'1-11111111-11 1'11ll1'1N 111 41l111L'111H 111111 Q1111 111f11'111'1111's, 1111- 111-1-11111-111 1.1't'11l1g 111 111111-1511111111-11111 11115 11111 11- 111111-11 111 1'11st1-1'111g 1111- 1-lll'111l'1' 111-11-111111111-111 llf 1111111-1101 111 11111-1. R111' 111111111 4'211'11L'K1. s11'11ig111-f111'11111'11 1111111111-1' 111 111-111111g 11-1111 t'X'L'I'1'1111llQf 111-1'111111i11g 111 1111- ll. .X, .X. 1s111g1111 1111111111-1111111111-. X1-x1 111 1111- 111111-1' 111- 1111101-1x 11- 1111111-. 111111s1- 011114011-111111115 1-xc-011111111 111 111-1' 111151 111111 1-111-111-111 1112111- 11 1'111111 111511115 111111111 111-1111-11 :1 1:1111111111- 21S5L'1 111 1111- 011111. 1111- 1'1-1x111111- 1111111-11-, Sil11lC R1111111, 11'11s 1-1111111 111 1111- 111'11111g11111s l1l41i 111' 111-1-11111g' C1-1'1'1'1'1 111111 11-g11111- l1l111ll1l'h, 11111 12151, 11111 TAI11' 1111111 11-1151, 1'111111-Q 11111' 11L'1IL'1111Z11D1t'. 111111 Lk1lllZl1l1l' 11'1-1111111-1', N11" 11111'11117. 11'1111 r11111'1111'1-s 11s 11111' 11111111-1 11115 111 g111111 11111111r. '1111l' 11, .X. .1 1121111 1.111s S1-1111-N11-1' 1111111-11 111 11111'1- :111 1-N111-C111111' 1111'g'1- 11111'I111' 111111-. 11111-, 111-1'111111N, 111 1111- 111111111 1'1-1'1'11t Il1lS1l1'1l11ll11 111 11111lgS 11111111111' 111111 g1'lNl1Il511k'. 111111' 111'g:1111z111i1111 11115 11115 SL'1lll'51t'l' 1111111111-11 1111111 15 l1L'I'1l1l11r 115 1l1111121C11' 111 111':11r1'-11111'1111 1101111-11-1111-1115 111111 11111111111111-11-11 111111-ss, 211111 11215 s1111'11 1110 N1-1-11s 111 1-11111-111'111'. 11'1111'11 11111 11111111111-sf 111- 1'K'I1lJl'11 111 1111- 1ll1'l111l1'1'N 111 l1l'X1 Sl'11ll'S1L'1'. 11 11ZlN 1111111-11 1111- 1'111111 111 11ig111-1', 111111'1- 111-11111I1- 111111111111111N111111-1115, lfi11l11A1- A l 5 V H 6 f' 4 A ,N ' l 33. Zi. Q. Nfvrimx Mosiisox . , .... ...... P mvitivzzf Giiouoia SA1,TzAi,xN . . . . .I'it't'-Pzuvitirlif Once more the li. A, A. sponsored an extensive athletic campaign for the sport-minded Tuleyite. Waiving the positions of Treasurer and Secretary to Messrs. Gross and Handschu respectively, the student leaders were not troubled with money matters. Nathan Moseson was elected as President of the R. A. QX. by a great majority. Nate has played on both baseball and basketball squads, and has a winning personality. George Saltzman was elected as Vice-President and he too, has participated in baseball and basketball. George eaptained both sports. To begin their season of popular contests, the young and more agile mem- bers of the faculty were persuaded to don baseball togs and tackle the Review .Xll-Star team in a basketball game. The game went to two over-times. but the Studes finally won by a score of 15-13. Youth must be served. AX well conducted inter-room basketball tournament came next in order, and a Junior room conquered the lordly Seniors in the final tilt and were crowned champs . . . Volleyball followed, and that tournament too. was run off with well matched games, and a success was inevitable. ,Xt the time of the writing, baseball en- thusiasts are watching the pre-school games with a-genuine interest and they are being rewarded with some line games. Xml so, with a list of successful enterprises, the ll. .X. .X. Carried on. and reached the heights once more . . . lfigllfj'-nite l'i,nl1Iy lim- ilihrarp Staff l'rulv:1lrl5 uni- uf ilu- ll1ll'1lL'Nl'XKH1'lU'4l :nnl INHSI l'I1l'l'QjL'llk' lIl'QIllllZZlllllllw in tln- sclmnnl In ilu- l.ll1I'1ll'j' 511111, Iln- Illl'I1llK'l'S ut wlnclu lmvm' L'Zll'llt'5llf Nl1'IX't'I1 In vnzilmlc- win tn prncL11'L- nltll :mx lntlv llxhwnllx ua pw---xlvlv znn' lllIHl'lllIlllUl1 wan flu-sim-, 'lllnx ,ruff is rL'lll1ilIl giwn ilu- cn-slit il ll1i'I'l'lN, lm' ll nun liln':n-inn mn QC'll'CL'lj urvllfvlxc- nl lln- cxla-nt ln tln- n'w1'k lnxnlwfl In-tn1'v llllN cnll lllllf lm- . 1 alttzlincvl. Ilu- 1lllI1t'N nt Iln- llllI'2ll'IZlllN lllk'lllllC ilu- l5SLllllQ. Illl'lIlllllQ, :nul Il1AI'Zlllg'lllQ.'f ut lmunks, wlncll If nu Inc-:ln tnalx, xxlu-n lnlvy 5 UI1l'Ivlll1lk'III lr tnlwn min cun- ml l'I'ZlllHll. Klr, 'l':nnn-r, utlln-rwiav knmxn an H'llt'llClll'l'..' xlnn-1'x'in-5 llla- xxnrlx. Illlll dm-5 21 lar--C 1w1'vc111'wm- of il lnlnwlf. XYiIl1 his I'Q'lIlSll'l-i1llPlX l'4'IL'l1llXL' !lICIIllll'X rx ' A . , lu- Can ll11l1lt'fl11llL'lj' 1ln1-Ut tlu- pnzzlwl stnmlvnt lu lnt4n'n1:1t141n 111 zlll lypvwl rang- ing frnnn King ln! tn tln- lh'vl:l1'ntim1 uf lHLlL'lPL'Hflt'llt'l'. L'l ll lln- stall' xxlnfll lmf plum-nl 'l'nln-yl lllwrwy lllllllllg' tlu' lu-fl in ilu- city i npmuml ul- ilu- fnllwwing pl-uplc: l,illi:n1 l5zn'r. lfsllu-1' llsuw, Row llllllll. llZ1l'I'll'T lzI'l'll1lXYlCll, l':Fll1l'I' laftbllilll, lfwtlu-1' Llnlxlise, lfxrl llc-lfuml, lfllln-n lla-nitis l.cnmw- illnftnll, lflurcnu- f:I'kK'IllJL'I'fI, Xlinnic flI'HSsllt'l4l. Slnrlvy llznnling lil- Cn Inu-l rtlm wlznnkwx, Huw .ll-nkinx, llnrntln' Klzqnnznl. l.illi:n1 l.4-vinc. l.cn:1 l.02ll12Ll'1l. mlim- l,ipn1z1n, l.ily Nlm-nclclwn, Xlnrn-I Xiunirk, lrlzl Nlinvly .Xnnu Nlnllvr, ' 'A A i I I yn Nlurgnll. llu-ln-n NlllI1Xl'Z, lztln-l Xllllllfli. lXllllI lc-zirl, llmmllly lnllnclx lgflnzl lim-ntl-l', Sinn Rosa-. lflsin- Noam-1', Xlzlry SL'l1zu'lnL'1', l,illi:1n Sclmm-iflcx' . , . . . . - - , mln I-,llnh N-lmgn-11, lbnrntln' Nlmpnn. I-lmn-ncc N'lu-ttlc-1'. I-lun-nmw blnnnzin. ,lu - 9' l lK'1,fk'l, :Xl1ll'j SIl'l7lUlSl'if. lf-ilu-I' Silu-r'lu-r'g, Sllfllll Swn'l4in, l.illi:n1 XM-islmtl l'rim-1l:1 XXlt'lL'l1L'I', SIll'1ll1 Zlwlu-x', nnrl lux! lfnl n-ul lm-zur, tln- Qllllillll :mel lxznulwnu 1l:1f.lnng' lla-n X11l111,wtlu-1'xx'N- lxnmxn :mx ilu- lrixll lfxplm-ax, ilu- nnly lllilll' llll'IlI' lu-1' :vi tllm' Nlilll. x I ,,,....,.,,,- Wi... ...- .,.,. ..- ,.... jllilarsbal jfurce l'lc'1'icR l,l-LRNI-IH ............... ........,... C dlzief nf lluyx liicmm Kl"l'I1K ....... ...... C flzief of tjirlx .lUSl'1l'll l'nm.i:wsKt .. ..., Lienlmmnl-.lIizrxlztil llicun.-xx Cliuaslnoiuf. .. ..,....... ITIDIT .llmztlml l,liS'l'I-ZR G. lqlfll xnxx. . . ., l.r.vm'iute Cliief .lltlfiflltll 'l'uley's Marshal Force has this semester proved tu he a very etlieient. capable, executive body. l'eter Lerner, Chief of Boys' Marshals, and Reada Kutuk, Chief uf Girls, have persistently endeavored-and with ennsistent sue- eess'-'-tu clear 'l'uley's corridors of kipper and garruluus eolluquialists. They are especially tu he commended for the excellent order kept in the halls. and the quiet maintained tu permit the pupils4ambiti0us or utlierwise-'sto "cram" diligently , . . The Lieutenant Marshal and Associate Chief Marshal performed their duties. The Fire Nlarshal, Herman Gresidorf, and Deputy Fire Marshal, Nlartin Miruff, with the rest of the staff. have eu-operated splendidly with the Nlarshals. 'l'he Marshal lfuree, though comparatively small this semester, has yet sueeeeded in aeewmplisliingg a task that a larger furee would tind dillieult--the task nf keeping it herd uf twenty-nine hundred students out uf the hall--surely a hard task for six. 'l'he Marshals who have lalmred all semester with this end in riew are l'eter Lerner and Reada Kutuk, captains, -loseph Vwdlewski, llerman Gresiclwrf, and l.ester Richman. They have lmeen alrly assisted by the hall guards. Credit and thanks are alsu tn he given tu Bliss Claus, whn has aided and :ulvised the Nlarshals in erery quandary. ln addition tu their regular duties. the fllarshals have hlled the eapaeity wwf ushers at several selieml entertainments. lfifflity-llirtt Qlulep Zleru lub -Buys' ihisipn 1-11 11 11 111111111 151 ... ..,. .... .,.... I ' 1'111'11i1'11l 1111.1,1,111 11111- 11x1 1 . ..1'1'1'1-l'1'.p1'1'1l1'11r '1'111-111111111- 1.1114 ,. ....' l'1'1-11,1'111'.1' 1111141115 111'l111I'1'f 1, ..,1'1 1-1'1'1111'.1' .1. 11. 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'11111' 11-111 C11111 11115 11111'1111111'1-11 Il 111-11' Sl1H1'1 111 '11ll1L'1 111111 111 XL'L'11I'111Q 111 1'1--11115 lIl14' 1'1111 1111111111-1'1 ll 11111111-1' 1-ll111I'l' 1-411' 11. l'11111l,1'-111111 ulep Qzru luhwbirls' ihisiun Iinoiax l.iul'1NI'I'IS .. ..... Prt'.vifit'r1f Yiamm Noivrox ....... . . .I7it'i'-l're.v1'a1't'1:l EI.1i.xNoR BlIOllL'SZl'lVt'SKl . . . . . . .,S'4'U'1'f4l!'.X' F1.oR14:Nt'1-1 Siliai-'rl.1-ZR . . . .Tm1.r1o'vr 'l'his semester markerl the intromluetion of Z1 Girls' Division in the .Xero Club. For the last two semesters sueh a division has been in rlemantl. The orheers of the lioys' Division organized this division anrl it's now on its own feet and progressing rapirlly. .Xt their initial meeting lilclen fienitis was electecl presitlent, Yelma Norton. vice-presulent, Florence Sheffler and Eleanor Miocluszewski were eleetefl as treasurer and secretary. XYith this group of able officers the clulv has progressed Tllplflly. The girls are very industrious and with the boys worlvecl on the Heath l'arasol ancl engines, of the Aero Club. 'l'he girls gave their support and entered in the model contest helrl in April. l'ins were atloptecl ancl hooks were bought to stucly. Colonel Richter, General Commanfler of the .Xir Commerce Reserve. ,Sfave them a very interesting talk. The girls, like the hoys, are members of the junior .Xir Safety Division of the .Xir Commerce Reserve. They visitecl several airports :luring this semester. Miss liriclgam anfl Miss Dixon are co-sponsors :mtl help the girls a great cleal in organizing :mtl planning their work. The girls' rlivision is out to heat the boys at their own game and it can he saitl that the lmoys will have eom- petition. The girls holfl meetings in Room 220 on Monclays antl have their lessons in Room 107 on Tliurstlays. .Xny girl can enroll in this division hy either signing up in Room 23 or seeing any of the officers of the lioys' flivision. lffgflzlj'-fi':'t' The Qcrihhlets' Qlluh Ki-X'l'llI.YN Htirtasctt . ...... Prenrlwit lil-ZSSII-2 F1 N Klil. ..... . . l 'ire-l're.vidwit liAt'lllil.I-Z Ftat'i:ks't't:tN . . . . ..S'et'1't'lt1ry 'l'he literary Muse is once more active, and the Scrihlvlers live again, due to the tireless, indefatigalmle efforts of its organizer. its sponsor. and divers ambitious student scrililmlers. yxllllllfltllli? Caesars anilnition was lint a sparlc in comparison! The Scrilmhlers have edited a cltth ntagazine whose circulation tthough limited in nutnlmer, attested to its popularityl. lt was a compilation of the efforts of the ntost outstanding students. Martin Kliroff, its editor-inschief. and his literary staff. which consisted of Evelyn Siris and Rose l'attick, toiled long and sedulously to produce a puhlicatinn truly representative of the hest efforts of the Tulevites. The programs of the club have proved unique and varied, for the winged Pegasus of Imagination and the fervid glow of creation cattse many students to excel themselves in the painting of word pictures and fantastic artistrt. Louis XIY, upon a visit to the Scrihhlers, would have been astonished tu find here an art. which though of another sort. from that of his court, would have quite equalled that of his Gallerie de Glace. his ornate tapestries. and in fact, his entire l'alais de Versailles. The willing and talented material which. the Program Committee had to work with, resulted in programs that attracted a large percentage of the intelligentsia and the literarv-minded of Tuley. . Kathlvn lleulmsch. to whom is due largely the credit of reorganization. filled the office of Chief Scribhler with an earnestness and sincerity of purpose that woke all to fresh effort. Bessie Finkel, Subscrihlrler. and Rachele Feuer- stein. l'ecuniary Scribe. filled their respective offices with an efficiency horn of whole hearted interest. So. "lion Yovztgen say we to the Scrilrhlers. and we say it sincerely l Ifiylify-six jfrencb Qllluh Rosle PANICK ..... ..,.... P resident LORRAINE SATALOE . . . ....... l"icr-Prcsidmit .XLINE PEYROT .... . . .Secretary-Trm.vurcr La seance est ouverte. La secretaire lira les minuits. How many times in the past semester have these words been repeated in the soft and liquid Romance language called French? The French Club, full of enterprise and that magical quality called "Go" has increased in membership since Sophie Weinstein reorganized it last September. Now, under the leadership of Rose l'anick, whose executive ability and foresight well equip her for such a position, the Cercle has steadily progressed. The journal completed by it early this semester gives an adequate and vivid picture of Chicago, and contains French as nearly perfect as possible through the co-operative efforts of its sponsor and members. The two plays presented by the Cercle "Le Doctenr Mystiticu and "lei on l'arle Francais" went off fto us very un-French like languagej with a bang and were immensely enjoyed by even those students who have acquired only rudiments of French. Several of the students are carrying on a correspondence with high school boys and girls in France, which is both interesting and instructive. There is always an interesting program to be enjoyed after the business which is carried on in English, is disposed of. Lorraine Sataloe, vice-president, is an efficient, capable officer, and Aline Peyrot, secretary, is a worthy complement to the hard-working group. .-X strong factor in the success of the club is the liberal use of imagination. Xor is it not truly a wonderful gift to be able to transform Room 103 into a salon of the time of Louis quatorze, with its bright witticisni and gallant speeches? just such things have been done, and the spirit of Louis XIV and his gay brilliant court pervaded every seance. Yes. the French Club has experienced a busy semester, and expects to experience many more. Eigh ty-smwx Qliulep burial lub Roni-:kt S'I'liNIQl.II .. .....l'l't'.ritlt'1lt Nl xt'1m't-. Sl-QX xi-:rr ... ......I'1'ru-l'rt'xitIrnI lllcxte11a't"l .y Xl'ol.sin . . . ..S't'r1'i'ti1ry'-Y'1'n1.ur1'.'1' .Xnotht-r noyitiatt' within the exclusive inner circle of :trot-ptt-il anrl sup- morts-fl 'l'ult-x' Ul""IlIllZ1lIlHIls is the fray anil li 'ht lu-artetl 'l'ulex Social Clulr. . 5 Pa . . .Xu organization of this type has lmcen in ratltcr urgent ilt-inancl for the past few years lvut it was not until the liegiiniing ot' this suiin-stci' that this condition was finally rvcognizccl antl renietlic-cl. The primary purpose of tht' Social Chili is to luring the pupils into Contact with each other socially, outsiclt' the sat'l't'tl precincts ol' the class rooni, as well as to instruct them in the noble art of clancing-an 1lCCtlllll!llblllllldlf, which is toclay, of the utniost iinportanct-. Lack of pi'oticiviicy in dancing among the 'liuley stuclents was often the cause given to the failure of a cluh social or rlauct-, :incl always the cause of the mt-cliocre success of that Event ot lfvents, the Senior Class l'roni. The purely business meeting in Claus' Gym, where the lmashful ones were introtlucecl to those less lxashful, autl these ignorant in the art of clancing were presented to the skilleil ones. 'llhe breaking up of the initial atmosphere of restraint, anfl the success of the socials in general is largely flue, to Miss Margolis antl Miss Claus, faculty' sponsors. either of whom hail an engaging way of taking a hashful stuclent unrler hur protecting wing and launching hiiu safely into the lllltlSf of things, as well as the tlanct- tloor. Robert Stengle. originator antl organizer of the Social Club. was president during the past seiiicstciy while Maurice Senna-tt and llenrit-tta Xpolsky tillerl the otiices. respcctivt-ly, of vice-presitlent anal secretary -treasurer very capahly. l?ig1liIy-rigflzf iveniur Qlllass Bank l.liS'l'lCR Rtciumx . . . .... .... P l'l'X1'dt'llf Mnxrox Lixskov .. .. .201 Teller NATIIAN NAIIIN . . ...l05 T1-Ilrr hloia luxskt-:v .... . . .101 Teller XIR. Novorxv .. .,.. Spozzmz- This semester was the second, in the life of the Senior Class Hank. This idea was a novel idea in Tilley, but as far as other High Schools were con- cerned, in the city of Chicago, it was not at all new. The purpose of the Senior Class Bank was to aid the graduating Seniors in promoting a successful Promenade. There were three 'fsectionsu to the class bank, the faculty adviser, president, and the room representatives. The most active of these officials were the roomi representatives, Their duty was to collect money, keep a record of all the money collected, issue bank books, and finally turn all the money received to the president, who, in turn, gave the representatives a receipt. The work of the president consisted of checking up on the room representatives, and de- positing the money in receipt from the representatives, in the school treasury. The Faculty was to see that the three departments of the Bank co-operated and that one did not encroach upon the powers of the other. The Class Bank was backed not by a Constitution, but by four simple rules: l. The liank was to be opened to deposits from 8:30 to 9:00 every Mon- day, llerlnesday, and Friday in all Graduating Senior rooms. 2. No deposits of less than Five cents to be accepted. 3, Seniors were to make their deposits with their own room representa- tives. 4. XVithdrawals were not to be made until two weeks before the Promg the representatives were to settle all accounts. The officers of the Class Bank of '30 as announced by President Herman Greisdorf were: Mr. Novotny, Sponsorg Lester Richman, Presidentg -loe Laskey, Nathan Nahin, Milton Laskov, tellers. Enthusiasm and support the Class Bank received last semester was a sure sign that there would be much co-operation on the part of the student of the following graduating classes so as to give the Senior Class Bank a place among Tuley's most helpful organizations. Eiglzty-Him' Qcknnlnlehgments Che log of '30, the must Resplenhent anb finest ftireatiun of the btuhent Bully nf the Qlllurrap jf. Uiulep laigh brhunl. tnishes to gihe thanks tu the fnllntning for their help in matting the log of '30 a Baurress. Jllr. Qlilarenre C. Be Butts Jllr. Sluhn 35. Slaruhsun, lnithout tnhum the gigantir tailx of pirture taking roulh not habe been arromplisheh. Hlr. Slusepb 35. jlinbntnp, who aiheh us at all times. jlllr. ibarrp SZI. Jllirhael, a true gentleman anh frienh. mhuse genial guoh nature was straineh to the breaking point hp our frequent requests fur aih. If eber there mas a man. Zlaarrp Q. Rlirhael is. Qrthur lBeiteh, QEI1. 'flag '30 jililusin anh Bramatics ,...,,,,. ., Iiaumeruming 3515111 llLL'L'L' VLHN LLL :L ILLLLLLL-, :LLLLI LLTL:1L L'L'LLL:LL'lLILIvlL- LLLIIN LLLL-X XX1'Il'. llLL'L-L' l'LllN LLL :L IILLLLILA, :L L:LLLL:L-Lx LLL LLLLL- :1L'L L'L'xc-:LIL-Ll L-L LLLL- IILLLLLLTLLLLL -,,,. LLL4 Xlllllllll LxlL:LL L'L'LLL:LL'lL:LlLIL- LL'zLLs QLQLLLQLIIL' LWLLLILI ILL' :LL'wvLLLLLlLf1LL'Ll lux LILLLL- I!l1k'llIlIl ILLLLIN LLI ll1L' LILLUILLL' IILL' ILL-rw LLL LILL' lll1lX'. :L lzul LLILLL :LL'L'LLLLLLrlLflLL-N LILLL LLLLLNL LL':LL'lL-Nw :LLLLI IILL LLLLLNL ILL-ruin' LIL-L'LI Ll4rLLL', :LW2lI'1ILLlg,j' ILLl'L'L' VLIIN LLL LILL' vmls 4114 :L WLNNLL' gl'LLLLlL'L L XX'IlNllR'I'XXlLI11.lII :LLLLL :L l'lL'll g'L'LLLlL'LLL:LL'L. 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Tht- officers hzlcl ll gre-at llL'2ll tu flu witl1 mxilqiitg it ll vt-ry succcssful sc111csti-r. R1-slyn Ttircck, one uf 'l't1lvy's must furt-111ust pianists, acta-rl as both 1lI'k'!slllClll :tml acc11111pa11ist tu tht' club. S4llllllC Culu-n, :1 wry rzqralrlc via'- tu tht- pr:-siflt-111. In-nv Zuwolkuw took the l1llIllllCS :mtl culled the roll at thi- Ul'4lL'I'lj' :mtl i11tc1'1'sti11g 111et:ti11gs. l7li1re11ct- XYicsel111a11 ccrtainlv hzicl a job as cullcclm' of tht- Club clues. l42lSl but not llI't'Sllll'lll :xml right-l1aml Illllll least was ll'L'l1L' Klass, the able librzlrima, who tuula cure uf the Cll1lJi5 slu-ct music. The club gave :L very siiccc-ssfill li111cl1cm1 tl1is sc1110stcr :mtl it Ctflillllly was 11 graml affair. 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L'nder the sponsorship of Miss Dole, all Senior A girls formed a glee club which imposed upon itself the task of singing on graduation night. Starting out with much enthusiasm, the girls perfected two very pretty Commencement Songs, and then ambitiously tackled a few other numbers. That they might keep the memory of the organization ever fresh, each member purchased a very pretty "Glee Club Pin" emblem with the spirit of music. Much of the credit for work accomplished is due to its very capable roster: Sophie Kraus. presidentg Jeanne Bard, vice-presidentg and Adele Fuenfer, secretary-treasurer, who did a great deal for the club. But a good deal more is due Miss Dole, faculty sponsor, who devoted most of her spare time to the Glee Club in her effort to perfect it. 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Ibomarh Qbruss QCIIIUI' Dlrrrtur uf Cflthlrnrs Hlr. ZLFIIIIIYIIEF Zipaxlhsrilll Zluniur DlI'FIlUl' uf Qthlrnrs Baseball Xkith the second new coach in two seasons, the Baseball team took up the pennant chase. Having many good men left from the last year's team, it has at this early date shown every indication of finishing well up in the list in the W1-st Section, under Mr, llandsehu. XYith two left-handed pitchers from the last season, the team's chances were given a great boost, for both of these southpaws, Moseson and Efrussy, are excellent pitchers. lffrussy has a good deal of speed, and Moseson, dope. The team batting, in contrast with last year, was exceptionally strong, and with some good fielding coupled on, the team just had to forge ahead. For the second semester, Marvin Cohn managed the team. LINE-Ul' Saltzman, cf.-Captain George was a fly hawk if there ever was one, and was a good hitter, Moseson, p.4-Klainstay of pitching staff, alternated in the left tield. 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For the tirst half, the Lights succeeded in winning only one game, losing tive, hut they proceeded to start the new period right by nosing out .vXustin, 17-15, Crane took a Z0-18 deeisiong Harrison buried us under a barrage of 15 free throws to win, 2-1-173 lN1arsha1l's last quarter rush won for them. .37-25, Kleliinley took it on the nose to the tune of 37-135 and to close the season, Medill visited us for a 52-18 trouncing. Captain Lakin and ,lack Salzman were the scoring aces of the squad. Lakin managed to keep his lead until the very last game, when Salzman, scoring 11 points, managed to forge ahead. Silver, a tlashy forward, was third, close behind. All of those boys were capable floor men. Levine, who played only half semester, was capable at center. Shenker. at the other guard, was always depended upon to hold his man to just a few points, licheles, a llashy little Hoorman, zoomed to the fore during the last part of the season. lfarner, Zivin, lloluroft, Foreman, .Xgranowskyg Jacobson, 1-larris and Balas were eapahle substitutes. X1'ith all tive regulars returning, and most of the substitutes having a semester or two in store, we should put a snappy little team on the tloor. '11he final standing was: VV. L. XY. L. 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Gross instituted the llllflllllll-llllllj' Circu! ut Tuley in fmler to give the teztclic-rs :intl students :tn uppurtunity to relax frnin tlie rigmw of intensive sclnml n'm'k-ftp give the teachers it time when they can openly enjoy the peculizu' zmcties uf "restless yuntlf' :incl tu give the atuclenls il periml when they can :ict nztturztlly zmnfl nut get tleinerils frmn rlning sn. ln niztny ways tlie Civcus pruvifles at great uppnrtuniti fm' the mlevelnp- nient nf initizttive and ingenuity :unung the pupils :mtl airls in tlie imatiwttimi :tnfl integrzttifin nf mzuiy subjects in tlie curriculum, especially tlie tXrt. llrzunutic. Music. Sewing, l.itei'zu'.x'. uncl l'liysic:1l Erlucutinn clepztrtinentf. limin tlte verx' start the l7zn'nuin-llnilx Circus has lieen :t liigli success clue tn the splencliel wuitk :tml eu-uperzttiuii of tlit- faculty :tml stuclenl hotly. NIR. lhizxmi. Um' llznitlrrti lflfzwz literature Zlllusiun By EvieLvN Sims Ah, you of the worltl, how you cliscreclit us of the oltll How you laugh at our tales ancl legentls, antl call us superstitious! Call us chiltlren of fancy! For you cannot know our sprites. You are young antl they are oltl. You are inhospitalile. You cramp them in your cities of steel, asphyxiate them in your atmosphere of smoke, cleafen them in your everlasting tlin, cast them out of your materialistic and analytical mintl, and tlestroy them in your progress. They cannot inhabit houses reeking of fresh varnish antl unset mortar. They cannot liathe in rivers of oil intlustry. They survive in a worlcl hare of Illusions. Scott- not at my tale of another sphere. You tlo not know. l clo ,... The Staf River is long antl witle. lt is a restful river, full of repose. full of secrets. liver onwarcl has it tlowecl, throughout the .Xges, throughout llistory. lly its lianks Man has eonquerecl lmeasts, Man has contpieretl Klan, antl lfmpire has conquerecl Empire. Chiltlren have liathetl in its still waters, lovers have here plightetl their troth, philosophers have here pontleretl over the mysteries of Nlankincl. lint never has the cynic here scottetl. liamerotl' lies on its hank. It is a small town which time cannot forget, liecause it never knew it. lts people live ever in the chimerical present which was when the worlfl was young. Time has gone with lleeting foot, ever on. liut never here. lvZlllli'l'tllTlS walls are impregnalmle. .Xntl all those whom the New ltorlfl seornetl. came here, ancl livetl antl prosperetl. You coulcl see. on that fateful tlay. oltl liranec. the lnlacksmith, plying the liellows with vigor on his great, oh many' times great grantlfatlier's forge. Yashel is stantling at the tloor. Yashef is always stantling at some one's floor, llome of his own he has not. Every one slums him. for no one knows what he will tlo. lfvil lie loves, anrl suffering. Trouhle is his sphere. l'leasant he is not to see. llis ey e is retl :mtl sinister, his mouth is cruel antl toothless, his face is yellow antl parchetl. XYhere he goes. troulile follows antl lamenta- tions are lieartl. llartec, the veneralile, comes, lle joins the couple at the tloor. Learuetlly he tliscusses with them the effect of the new moon on the titles. anal sawllv he gazes at the tlelinouent Yashef. Then the Twilight comes. The rlay has entletl. The Night is not yet here. This is the hour that the water-sprites. the Schytem have matle sacretl. No mortal may liathe at this hour hut at the peril of his life. No mortal may linger at the river lint at the peril of his vision. lfor the Schytem love secrecy antl privacy, ancl shun the eyes of the worltl. ,Xnfl a Mist falls over the town further to screen the revelers. "King Schyai is here," the simple folk whisper in awetl voice. "l lush thee. chiltl, antl rush to thy home, None flare tlisolmey the Monarch of the Klist ancl Fog." None hut the homeless Yashef--he who loves evil. Swiftly to the river he rushes. No one sees him, for no one tlares look. Ali, there is no one there. XYhat fools those people are. he chuckles. that they shonltl lielieve an itlle tale toltl at their Rlother's knee. The mist is getting tlense. lt is assuming. very slowly. a tangible form! The waters are parting. Other forms are rising-rising weirclly, antl yet, how surely! ,Xn otlcl fear has him in its grip. Fiereely' he struggles to shake it oft, hut no. llis muscles lmecome rigitl antl impotent. lflis tnintl lrecomes tlistortefl. llis breath lmecomes irregular. The Schytem have him untler their control. Stern antl Majestic rises Old Schyai from the enveloping waters. lle is the Mist. Yet is he not. For is the Mist clothetl in long tlowing rolies, locks of seavveetl ancl crown of Moss? Does the Mist holtl in its hantl an awful Um' lllllIlil't'tf l'itHH'lt't'Il scepter, and in its glassy eyes a ghastly green light? Does the Mist possess a visage of such stern mien that one but looks and trembles? Can the Mist control one's body and numb one's mind? No, it is the Monarch. Angry he is, and turbulent. His Forces has he set free. The raging winds lash the waters! The lightning flashes! The dark clouds mutter threateningly. He commands the Mortal to vanish. Hut the Mortal has conquered. He is mute no longer. Frantically he shouts out his defiance. Loudly he proclaims his disbelief. .Xstonished stands the Schyai, and sorrowful. All the world has he traveled. To all nations has he been. Many times has he heard this shout, and been forced to leave. Many times has his empty throne been taken by the Dark Menace. Here had he found refuge. Here had he been held sacred. And now a scoffer bade him go. XYhere he has gone, we know not. Perhaps he has found a home in the cold inhospitable North. Perhaps his habitat is now the torrid South. Perhaps he is still a wanderer, going ever onward, ever on. For the world is young. he is old, and Youth loves not Old Age. But on the banks of the Staf a new Monarch has taken the vacated throne. Black he is, and ugly, lustful and cruel. Kameroff has he destroyed and all of its ethereal inhabitants. He is mighty palaces of wheels and grinding clogs and screaming shrill whistles line its banks. His servants, the Mighty Steamers, go on a river of oil. There is strife. fury. chaos, and darkness. Mortals does this new Monarch not fear, for he is their creation and their Master. Frantically they order him begone, but he is Progress, and all must him obey. Spring Hy Maumee REED SENNETT lt is the custom far and near .Xbout this time of year, To romp about in joyful glee .Xnd herald signs of spring. I could a pastoral poet be And rave of birds on wing, Of daffodils and violets blue And sprouting buds of greeng Of sunshine, warmth I could sing too, And gentle Nature newly seen. Hut these are not for bards as I, My mood is sober, sterng Howe'er when springtime winks her eye I too of Nature learn! One II1tlldl'1'If Fifteen Jin ztense of lluafing By Nt1,111 Rl. l,1t'11'1'1:1u1AN l'111111 the grass l'll lay me 1l1111'11. 1'Xllfl sl1't'11 and 1l1'1'z1111 :tt t':1st'2 For l11:11i11g is tl1t' j11y 111 life, ,Xntl l wisl1 all work w1111l1l ct'ztst'. 111111111 1' K11-1',1't1111111'1'f1'11, 'I'11 XX'f1I'li is lllll11ZlI1Q 111 l11:11. 1livi11t-. l havt' 1111 loss 1111 Zllltlllbflty 111r this s1:11t'111c11t than 1l1t' t-x:111111lt' 111 tl1t' 11i1111s :mtl just 111 Ht'z11'c11. 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'lihus wt' st'e that tht' 1'1'wz1r1l 1111 virtue is l11:11i11g. :mtl tht' 111111ishm1'11t 111r wi1'kt'1l11t'ss is t'1t'r11nl XX't1l'li, 1Xct'11r1li11g 111 tht' Iilbfllll. llllf' just sit 1111 grt't'11 tlivzms z1111l l11a1, with l1t':111- t1111l t11z1i1lt'11s 111 st-rvt' tht'm. ln .XHg'Zll'fl, tht' l11':11'c N11rst'111t'11 wh11 l1:11't' 1lit'1l in hattlt' sit :tt Il t:1l1lt' :mtl t'z1t zmtl 1lri11k. .Xlltl what is this i1 11111 l11:11i11g? 1X111l what 1l111's liutltlhzi stty? llt' 1t'lls his 111ll11wc1's 111 sit :1111l 1111111lt'r Zlllll 1l11 1111thi11g 1111til thc' stzttt' 111 Ni1'1':111z1 is rt':1t'ht'1l, 1l1t' stzttt- wl1t'1't'i11 lllL'll hztvt' 1111 tlcsires. 'lilllts wt' sct' thztt 1111111 tht- l1lis1t'ri11g s:1111ls 111 1Xr:1l1i:1 111 tht' C11l1l, l1lt':1lc Nl1l'Il1l8I1fl, :mtl hack 111 tht- 1r1111ic:tl 11lz1i11s 111 l111liz1. tht' 111111 11ri11ci11z1l 1't'ligi1111s 111 tht' w111'l1l :11l1'11t':1tt' l11:1ti11g. If all 1l1t'st' rt'1't'rt'111l z111tl1111'i1it's s:111c1i1111 l11z11i11g. 11'h11 gtrt' wt-, 1111111' 11111rt:1ls. 111 c1111111z11lit't Illlll gztinszty them? 'liht'1' :1rt' tht' in- s11irt'1l, :mtl :1ll s11t'h Iltllll' lll'Illg'll11'1l 111ll1 likt' IIS lIlllSl 111ll11w their c111111st'l. .Xllll i11 truth, why sh1111l1l11't wc? lull wt' gain z111y1l1i11,t5 111 tht' t'111l I11' 11t'gl1't'1i11g 11111l s glits X:11111't'. llt':111ty. l,11xt'7 XX-llill 11lt':1s111't' it is 111 l11ll 111 cztst' fur 1l'lllIl tI1t' l11ll'l'X Zlllll sctittlt' 111 111t'11. 'lll1L'l1 lIll4'lAl'llllIt'fl I11' 1111 l12lI'Sl1, l11':1zt'11 111:1t'l1i11t'-V11it'1's. wt' 02111 givt- 1111r 11111011-s 11't-t' 1't'i11 :1111l 0111111-11111l:1tt' tht- XX'lll1llCI'S :mtl 1111's1t'1'it's 111 tht' 1111i1't'1'st'. Tl1t'1't'f11r1'. lt't 115 rise 1111 in ?ll'111s :1g:1i11st this 111111lt'1'11 "t'i1'iliz:1ti1111" :1111l 1't'l1t-l ztgziiiist tht' s11-cztllt-1l n1l't'CKl4II1lH 111 this 111z1t'hi11t' ztgtz l,1'1 115 ret111'11 111 tht' 11t':11't' :mtl 1111i1't 111 :1 si11111l1'1' ztgt' l1t'1111't' tht' :11l1'1'111 111 111111lt'1'11 s11t'1t'11'. ya 'ss LX Um' ll11111l1'1'1l .S'i.t'I1'1'11 3L'QEnhui By MAVRICE IQEEID SENNI-ITT The time has come and we must part, The tear-drop dims mine eyeg O Tuley, thou were't deep in mine heart In happy days gone by! Vlfhat joys we shared in common bond! NYhat happiness we knew! And yet we heartaclies often found, Wlith pain and sorrow, too. Sorrow and joy-- we knew them bothg Each shaped its more mature, For youth doth quickly climb from sloth, Emerging wholesome, pure, And if I rmd in Lifc's new path The thorns of troubled care, Dear Tuleyl thy kind spirit hath Inured me it to bear. Years may roll by and mem'ry fade, Ah, yes-Life changeth sog But in my heart a spot's been made -Reserved for thee to know. It is indeed a parting sad, Fain would 'twere not so soon, Could I relive the years I had, -Vain yeaming, that heaven-sent boon! I must instead be firm and calm In face of this farewell- The ache be soothed with courage balm XYhen tolls the parting knell. Farewell, dear schoolffarewell, farewell, Thy name shalt cherished be My Hope, my Youth-a fond farewell Thou'lt be an eternal memory, One Hundred Sez cnleen Our llzmdrvd liiglzm sspnnhencp By M Arkicii Stax N li'I"lt My life has been a weary one, Sorrow, trouble, pain Have left their mark upon my soul .Xnd made my hopes seem yain. In all my search for happiness, My quest for nohler things, I still haye yet to hurl that joy The joy contentment hrings. Uh Life, where is your rapture tled, Why misery and scorn? Why can you not luring peace and quiet Unto a heart forlorn? 'Tis foolish to exist this way. What need for man-made bliss? l'll try to live, exist, lint oh - lYhy did it come to this? I thought my cup of happiness Has liounteous, replete: .Xh, yes-life seemed a heaven then, Complacent, soft and sweet. The poignant pangs of yesterday Still prod my aching' heartg Despair and anguish toll their share To fend my soul apart. The pleasures that did leave me once No longer hold their sway, My mind in fennent sees no In stilted forms of play. YCSI Oh shall I dwell in Solitude, .Xnd muse in bitter vein? Or shall I mal-ze the world my soul To ehface each guilty stain? Each path is but a counterpart Of counterfeited peace, Which cannot soothe my weary h And bring repose and ease. L'Ill'l What then can assuage this pulse. ,Xml calm this care-worn frame? lt must lie in a higher Sphere, Remote from earthly flame. The clouds of cold mortality .Xhate with pulsant breath. Vayilioning the dust of Man- 'l'hei'e's but one refuge-lDE.'X'l'll. 'll Battbzt Qbratiun '30 By IIYMEN Gmzov, 411 Iiatclzcl Orator HARRY RIBACK, -ll? llutrlirf Oramr Plum'-Vault of Ist National Hank of Chicago. YlilI1t'f2Zw A. M. Scene opens as the night watchman QH. GQ is taking a light nap and rest from his arduous duties. He is sleeping on a chair that is leaning against the vault. .-X flashlight beam is shown along the Hoof and the night watchman QH. GJ is awakened hy a loud crash and the chair falls. A burglar tH. RQ then enters and the following conversation ensues, H. G.-lleh! VVho's there? H. R.fSh-h-h, nobody. H. G.-You can't fool me, I heard something. H. R.-It's only little me, trying to make a living. H. G.+XYell, what are you doing here? What do you want? H. R. Con his hands and kneesj-Sh-h, don't bother me. ll. G. talso on his hands and kneesj forgets the object of his work and helps H. R. to locate the dial of the main vault. H. R. observing H. G.'s badge inquires: "Say what's that you have there F" tI'ointing to it.j H. G. glancing at his badge exclaims: "That's right by golly, l'm a watch- man, I can't let you do this." H. R,-Say, how did you get that broken tooth? A H. G.-Oh, when I was a student at the Tuley High School a friend of mine accidentally hit me with a dictionary. H. R.-Hymie, don't you recognize me, your old friend Harry Riback. H. G.-For crying out loud, it is H. R. XYell, well, well. llow's tricks old pal? H. -R.-You can see for yourself. Business is so slow that I have to work at night to keep myself alive. H. G.-Never mind the business, you always were a little crooked. Do you remember the time you hocked Mr. Michael's history book and we didn't have history for three days? H. R.-And the time I copped your test paper and you flunked for that quarter? QBoth laugh as H. G. slaps H. R. on the shoulder.j Say, if I'm not mis- taken you graduated with the class, the semester before ours. H. G.-Yes, when I graduated the cream of the school went with me. H. R.-Do you mean the sour cream? H. G.-Aw! don't he foolish. VVhy, in our class we had the backbone of the baseball team consisting of Saltzman, Moseson, and Efrussy. H. R. fsarcasticallyj-That's nothing at all. In our class we had the high lights of basketball in Larner, Stein, Foreman and Tempkin, and to offset your worthy stars of the baseball team we had practically the whole track team in Blackman, Nunn, and VVeissherg. H. G.-What is athletics, any how, when scholarship should he the out- standing factor in a high school. Take, for instance, our honor students, Muriel NVax, Ben Disnehaus, and Lester Richman, whose averages were the highest in fifteen years. Among our other notables were Morris Friedman and Meyer Sahin, our great oratorsg our boxer Binenfeld and our air minded en- thusiasts George Gutierrez, a second Lindbergh, and Elden Genitis, and, and- tConIinucd on page 1301 Our' lI1om'r'm' Nim'tNu Wvnbrrp Ifnnlinurd from page 431 vocabulary. 'lihen I met the lfditor of the Daily News, llclcn glpfwlntan. You knew her didn't you? She took care of the Review at Tuley and she always did good work for the school. Then I saw some reporters as, Francis Srlzfearts, lllildred Feldman, .llinnic Deitrll, Lottie Ivolcztilr. I also met the millionaire. lien lifrizxrkv, who looked very dignilied in his full dress suit. Ile spoke to me awhile and then introduced me to the far-famed female lawyer. Anita Lcrf, and her secretary, Gcrtrurle Kranx. I-le spoke to me all evening, and while we were talking, the orchestra, which was composed of .lrllznr ll'andeIl, Nate Gonzbrrg, E11 Rnxenlwrrgj, S'a1nncI R0.rrnlvrrg1, and ll'nllrr Lindrr, played very sweetly. Later on I niet the author, Henry Harnntcrxnzlitlz, and some artists, Eleanor Larxan, Frieda Finder, Sarah liamngarten, and Eldrn Gvnitis. There were some stock brokers there, namely, Wm. Knftcl. lc.v.vc Slnnlr, .llar Stone. Leonard lllalina, and some politicians. lllantlrl .larol7.von, Ilarry Henry, Yale Rosenfeld, lllaftin lx'lajunnn, and Hyman tfrtsozf. Later ou I met a few piano teachers, Sylvia llaltrr, Betty Cialdinan, Peggy lfllllbllll, and Jeanne Kaplan, and some Latin teachers. .Ihr flllrnlinoff, .llinnic tiroxsfclrl, and English teach- ers, Rarlzrlr l"rnr.r1l-in, Mollie .ln.vrpl1.ron, Miriam Halperin, and Lil ltsleoteils. Then I saw Dora Kaplan, and she has just tinished writing the book on psycho- logical phenomena. Later on I saw Eleanor .lll0rl1t.v:t'zt'.vlei, l'rlnrn Xvrfon, and Ha.':el CQlH'lXlt'Il.Vl', who are now nurses in a hig hospital. I also met the well known checker champion. frrnmc Ham, and then I saw the great architect, Harry lx'0.rlcnleo. .Xfter the lecture Mr. lffrussy took me home in his car. I spoke to him of my inability to secure employment. He helped me, for if it weren't for him I would not become the lawyer I am today. That is my story, hut tell me how did you ever come to he an opera star. She: XYell l took singing lessons from a few prominent singing teachers such as .rllinc l'r'vrn1, Fay Sternfcld, Lil lvaxnrr, and Saninrl l.r':'in. Later on I sang at different places. I sang at a luncheon which was given hy the eminent Ifnglish teacher of the University of Chicago, .llixx lllnI'1'cl Il'n.1'. You rememlmer that she was the Valedictorian of our class. 'lihere I met all the female athletes, llcalrirc Graff, Evelyn Graff, Fannie Rnjfr, Syl llortvits, and Ray Calm. They all gave exhibitions. There was also .lnnr .llillcr, the in- structress of the Girl Scouts, :X little later I met Sara Singer, the great coach, and some of her performers, lflanrhc S0.vnm'ik, Bertha Starr, Peggy Gelfana', Adolph. Forman, and .Harris K. Friedman. You remember Ilctly Rimixmeics, the French singer. XYell she gave a solo. At this party the two great tennis stars, Sarah llcxry and llcnjaznin lllaycr, played a set. Later on, lllanrlcc Frivrlnzun, the swimmer. gave an -exhibition. Some other prominent people were there such as lfcnnir lliserzlzaus, the economist, and Clzarlrx Ginsllcrgl. the history teacher, also 1,c.vlz'r Richman and Nathan Naltin, the well known bankers. You rememhcr Ltkvlrr lfirlznzan. He was the Treasurer of our class and he was the President of the Class Bank, and now he turned out to he a banker. You knew Laura Rabindzoitz and Gertrude Hill. Xllell they are hoth running against each other for U. S. Senator. Their secretaries are Rose Caafvrr and Fannie Eclzikxon. You remember the girls who used to be on the Library Stall, Lil Srlznrltler, lfstlier Cnklisx, janet Siegel, Lil lI'0l.vk0ff, and Ruth Millar. They are all librarians now in the Chicago l'uhlic Library. Ile: And l walked along the street the other day and I saw a poster that llfanucl Soho, the well known promoter, is staking a light for the world's heavy- weight championship hetween Paul Bincnfrld, the defending heavyweight champ, and Carl Xatltan, one of the leading contenders of the country. She: Oh yes, I saw that poster also. After that luncheon came other Ifonlinnrd on page ISM Ont' llnndrrtl 1-Ti't'I1l,I' isuhehiznce BY I4I'1NA Signal. I was always afraid of father, but with poor little mother it was another thing. Father was hard and stern with us children, and when he told me to do anything I just steppedg but mother was too gentle and loving to say a harsh word, and I often took advantage of that fact in father's absence. Toward him, I felt little emotion except that of fearg while I love mother with all the strength of my passionate natureg yet her, I often disobeyedg him, never. I-Iow well I remember my last and greatest disobedience and the bitter lesson that I received in consequence. I was about fourteen at the time and we were living on a farm some distance out of the village. My father was an overseer in the mill. Bad luck had followed him for some time and he was quite heavily in debt. My three elder sisters had one by one died of lingering consumption 5 the house had taken tire and burned to the ground when uninsured 3 and in the effort to save some of the funiture, father was badly injured and had to stop work for some time. So when the new house was built and fur- nished, he had to run behind a good deal, and we had to practice the strictest economy in consequence. Father had gone back into the mill again, and my long summer's vacation had begun when yet another misfortune came to us, fthough I was too young and thoughtless to realize much about itj. Mother had begun to show signs of the same fatal disease that had claimed my three sisters. Her strength failed quite rapidly. However, she would not allow father to hire a girl as long as we were in debt and she could keep about. Father at last consented to get along without some extra aid. if the washing could be put out and I would stay at home and help. That is how my life's sorrow found me. Although, as I have said, I loved my mother devotedly, I was not always: as good to her as I should have been. I was full of life and did not realize her condition. She grew paler and thinner day by day. The brilliant red that glowed litfully in her cheeks and made her look so lovely would have told a more experienced eye than mine that the gentle, loving woman was going fast where sickness and sorrow are unknown. As for me, I remained blind to it all, and often grumbled at the little things that she occasionally asked me to do. Naturally, I grew more wild and rebellious with every indulgence and my neglect daily became more apparent. But the end was near. The Champions, a boys' baseball club of which I was the catcher. had arranged to play a match garlic with the "Victors" a team from the rival village on VVednesday afternoon. Of course it was all We boys could talk about for a week before the event took place, but at last the day actually arrived. The game was to begin at half past one, and I would have to start early to get there in season. I did not dare mention the match to father, for I knew he would surely forbid my attending it. My rival, Billy Atwood, would be only too glad to catch, and if he did, I might lose my position in the team and that I could not bear to think of. No, I must be there and catch. Father came home to his dinner, and it was nearly one o'clock that day before he started back to work. Mother had been feebler than ever all the morning, but I never noticed anything about that. The coming ball game filled my head so full that there was no room for anything else. As soon as father was out of sight, I started to slip out the back door, but quiet as I was about it, my mother noticed me. fCorzfinm'd on page 1225 Om' Hmidrvd Ttwnty-om' Blsnheblenre lC0IIffH1ll'tII from page 1.213 "XYOn't you get me some fresh water, Henry," she said, in a low gentle voice. "That in the hucket is stale and it is so warm this afternoon. I am very thirsty." lVith a frown on my face I caught the pail angrily up and went hastily out into the yard. It was only a minute's work to till the bucket at the pump and I was soon hack again. "Why didn't you get me some nice cool spring water, dear." said my mother. as I came in with my pail. "The well water is so hard and I cannot drink it. I'lease get some, it won't take you very long." CNow the spring where we get most of our drinking water was nearly a quarter of a mile across the tield, and it was already a quarter past one. In my mind, I saw the game already begun., I was absent and Hill behind the hat. Such thoughts were unendurahlej. "Oh that water is good enough and I'm in a hurry. lJon't he so fussy." I saucily answered. "But Henry, I don't like the well water and it makes me feel sick. Your father wants you to stay and help me. Can't you do that much for your poor, sick mother, dear?" "Oh yes. I suppose, I can. You are bound a fellow shan't have any fun and always contrive some way to stop it. Give me the old pail," I hurst out in a rage as I caught it up and started for the door again. My mother never said a word in reply to my disrespectful and hrutal speech. but she gave me such a repoachful look from her unnatural hrilliant eyes that I felt a strong impulse to turn back and ask her pardon then and there, even if I had to lose the ball game in consequence. I also noticed how pale and slight she was growing, and I saw her tremble as she stood beside the table watching me leave. I went out with the water pail, banging the door after me. I started slowly oil toward the spring without a single look behind me, though l well knew the tender glance of those lovely, reproachful eyes was following me. The temper is always near to a wavering mind. The thought of what I was losing came hack with recloulmled force, and as I neared the spring, my indignation toward the poor mother, who had unknowingly kept me at home. increased in great proportion. In a moment the pail was hidden in the ferns beside the spring and I was Off across the fields as hard as I could I'l1l1. Ten minutes later I reached the ball ground, hot and breathless. The match was long and close, hut it ended at last. I caught a magnificent hand and was so excited that I never thought of the poor sick mother at home with nothing to quench her thirst, but the nauseous well water during the long, hot afternoon. At four o'clock I hastened home, tlushed with triumph and entirely forgetful of my disobedience. I hurst noisily into the house. crying out, "Mother, mother. we heat them! we beat them! The "Victors" are no longer victors and everybody says I caught a splendid game." But there was no answer. The kitchen was silent and forsaken. So was the sitting room. Where could little mother be? I soon ascertained that she was not about the house, and thought with a sinking heart that perhaps she had gone for the water. Ah! I remembered myt disobedience then and bitterly did I regret it. I fairly flew down the path to the spring and as I neared it. I saw a fflflllffllltfll on ftlljt' lilfml Om' llmzdrrd 'I'rei'l1fy-treo Qklnnnnhentinnal Eietn nf ature By Nozvn M. l,1cn'rExMAN I. ln the forest on the grass I laid me down. The air was soft, and lilled XYith the fragrance of spring. There l heard the drowsy murmur Of the growing plants- 'lihe hum of the insects- 'lihe buzz of the bee . . . "Ah-here at last is peace," Said l, and slept, liar to the earth. ll. 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II1-Ii1-10 it 11r 11111, 1111: sc-11te11cc 11l'l'L'L'KIIIlg this 11111- 1.1 c111'1'1'ct. ?!?!?I?I? 'I'I11: jury l1:11I l'ClLlI'llClI ll 1'cr1Ii1't llf guilty. 'I'l11- 17l'ISlJlll'l' s111111I I1ef11ru the I1ar 11f justice aw:1iti11g s1-nt1:11c1-. 'IIIIK' j111IQ1' 1,fI:11'1-1I ti1'1'c1'I1 111 II11- ClII1lI'It llllll Sllllkl' 11-I11'111c11tIy: "You :1r1- cI1:11'g1-1I 11'itI1 the 1'1Ai1n1- 11f 111g-stc:1Ii11g. 'I'I11-tc Illlb been :1 I11t 013 that guing 1111 I:1t1-I1 :1111I I'11- gut tu 111z1I11- :111 1'x:1n111I1- 111' 11111 11r 1111111' of us will be safe!" IN'l'IfRN1X'l'IlJN.XI. Spring fz1sI1i11ns f11r 1I111 w1'II-1Ir1:ss1-1I lllilllf S1'11t1'I1 twewl suit It:1Ii:111 fclt I1:1t Ifnglish I1r11z11I1:I11tI1 shirt S11:111isI1 1'111'1I11vz111 I1-:11I11'1' shoes I1'isI1 IIIIUII I1:1111II11'1'1'I111'f 11111112111-1I:11-g:11' 1111111-1'11'1-111' I':11'is 15:11't1:rs 'IIEXSIC Nl! JM ENT II1' I1I11sI1e1I Il Iicry r1'1I, II1:r hczlrt W1-nt 111t-:1-11z1t, SI11- gently hung I11'1A I1c:11I, ,X111I I1111k1-1I KIUWII 111 thu lllllf, IIc rose fruni wI11:r1f I11' sat, .Xnd sI11111t111I witI1 21 screeclit "Y1111're sitting 1111 my hat!" H11 tr:-111I'1lc1I in his s11ce1:I1, U111' lI1m1lr1'1i Tfwllly-f11111' SOME MORE SHAKESPEARE "Midsummer Night's Dream"-No home-work. "As You Like It"-No school. "julius Caesar"-Five majors fambitious studej. "Hamlet"-Tuley. "Taming of the Shrew"-Miss Lawrenee's tardy room. "Much Ado About Nothing"-Cutting class or kipping school. "Comedy of Errors"-L0g staff. AMERICAN TRAGEDY The fellow who was drowned while gargling. ORDER or PRECICDENCE I. Principal. 2. Assistant Principals. 3. Seniors. 4. Ordinary faculty members. J. Other students. here is some doubt as to whether No. 2 and No. 3 should be interchanged, says 1 close observer of school deeorum. 1 XYIIYI' IX IIRlfTEI Ile had chocked her. She was dead! There eould he no doubt about it. He had listened to her dying gasps. Now she was cold-cold as the hand of death. Yet in his anger he was not convinced. Furiously he kicked her. To his amazement she gasped. sput- tered, and began to hum softly. "just a little patience is all it takes, -lack," remarked his girl from the rear seat. V ' 1 QIIJII 'lllllffli no.x palood 'sun sup pnai oi punon: U,:iH'l'y .np Lum usnow laq qu IIIGII SCHOOL Freshman Year-"A Comedy of Errors." Sophomore Year-"Much :kdm About Nothing." Vlunior Year-"As You Like It." Senior Year-s".XlI's XYeIl That Iinds XXIII." YUU'RIf RIGIIT! Teacher: "Give the different tenses of the verb 'to Iie'." l'npil: "I'ast, 'lied'g present, 'lied again'g future, 'get caughtI." MOST I'OI'LfI..XR HIGH SCHOOL SUNG III-v Pony Uh. my ponyfs a friend of mine, .X friend of mine, a friend of mine. What care I if the exam is hard XYhen I've got my pony? That's the reason I feel so fine, Feel so fine, feel so line, For though the teaeher's no friend of my pony, My pony?-5 a friend of mine. Om- lluudrm' 7'1t'mIAi'-fin Bisnhehience tliontiniieti from page llli motionless figure lying hesirle the wall in the blazing sun. lt was mother, In an instant l was kneeling at her sicle. wildly imploring her to speak to me anrl asking for forgiveness. For some time she remainerl unconscious of my tears and prayersg then the lovely. lantpiitl eyes slowly openetl, aml she gazecl up into my face with the same loving reproachful look lingering in their depths. "Forgive me, motherg only this time ancl l will never tlo so again," I sohhetl. She triecl to answer me. .X shucltler shook her slight frame. and then the hlootl hurst through her flrawn lips in a hright scarlet stream. .Xnother shutlfler throhliecl through her eniaciatecl form. then her heafl tlroppecl antl her beautiful eyes half closed. XX'ith a wiltl ery' l tletl from the scene :mtl rushecl to the nearest neighbor for aitl. lt was only' a few minutes till l was haclc again with four strong men, hut to me it seeinetl an age. My mother's fragile form was placecl on an improvisefl stretcher aml tentlerly horne hack to the house of which she hail always heen the light aml guartlian angel. Kly' fathei' antl a physician were hastily' summonerl. Iloth came immetliately, lint it was too late. She was gone. Yes. my mother's pure. loving, hlameless life was gone. That walk to the spring in the hot sim, together with the effort she matle in climhing over the wall harl heen too nmch for her remaining strength. Xly' cruel impulsive tlisohetlience hail ltasteneil her rleath. l waitecl for hours with frantic fright aml repentance hefore they tolcl me the hitter truth. lint it was too late. Never upon earth may' l atone for my cruel neglect, for those heautiful eyes were closetl forever. l hail refusetl her last request, aml her last look hail heen one of sail aml temler reproach Xu womler l felt like a guilty' criminal. Years have passetl since that terrilrle afternoon. Yet. I can never forget that mv nntilial concluct was the cause of this tragetly: I hope that when l meet my' tlofl in the pearly gates of the tlreat lleyonfl. l shall be eonfronteil hy' my' mother's angelic spirit aml lie forgiven. Mncnnhentional Blew of ,amature ttionliuzred from fttltft' ll3f X'. 'Xml heneath the grounfl , Ihe tleatl thrl rot. .Xml the very rot tlitl move aml struggle - .Xml nourisherl them all- lfaters nf earrion! . . . X'l. Fo sau l all The struggle aml the vleathf- lior life- Alior life floes live on life, .Xml life is the fruit of death-- .Xml Nature-that olrl hag-s Stootl l1:1t't'. .Xml grinnerl her ileath's-hearl grin . 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G, :t11tl t1'it-s ft-1't-1'1fhl1 Ill t111t-11 tht- 1'ztt1l1 :tx ll. ll. l11t1lt1 1111 tlisgttstt-tlly. .Xftt-1' ll ft-11' llllll1Ilt'i t11' this Ill'tlt't'tllll'l' h:1tl t-lztpst-tl, ll, ll. llLlSl1l'w ll. li, ttsitlt-, t-jztcttlntittg, "l.t-t 111t- try," llt- t-:wily opt-115 tht- 1':tt1lt zt11tl ll. K. t-11tt-rs. 1't-t111'11i11g al1t11'tl1 11'ith 11 hug 111 111t111t-1. ll. Rf 'llllZlIlliS llylll, t1ltl l1t11, l'll t-t1111t- :t1't1t111tl itblllt' l1llll'1' ti111t-. Walks tt1 tht- tlt1t11' :111tl 5t1t111 1't-tt11'11N t-xt'l:1i111i11g: "lit-t- 11'hiz, tht- tlt1t11 t'l11st-tl, l t'z111'1 gt-t 'llllrl ll. ll.-'lllmtl ztll right, tlt111't lt-t :t littlt- thing liltt- zt t-lust-tl tlt1t11' 11-111-1-1 11111 ll1ll'I'j. llt-1't- trtkt- this l1:ttt'l1t-I, :mtl tlt111't mztkt- tt111 111t1t'h 1111ift-, :t11tl. 11'h:tt 't't't' 1't1t1 tlt1, tlt111't lust' il." .M ll. li. lx lt-z11i11g llll' st't-11t- ll. tl, 5111115 hi111 1-Xt'l:ti111i11g, "Hy tht- 11:11 ll't1'1'1' 11-h'1t ti111t- ix 11" t , t , . ll. li. tztltt-1 lllll 11':ttch illltl says. "l,:ttlit-5 :111tl gt-11tlt-111t-11, 11ht-11 tht- gmt! 1t1'1ltt-s II 11'1ll ht- t-xztctly 41.32 .1 Nl. Llt'llTl'1ll St:t11tl:11'tl ti111t-." ll. 11. xlt' 11':1tt'hl ll. Il. tht-11 t'h:tst-N ll. R. h:1stil1' 1111- tht- Slllffl' 114 t'111't:ti11 th-1115. . 1-. l lht- lfntl. Eanherlust I11 M1111 KI. l,1t'11'1'1g1t11.1x l'il'lIlIl :111t-t-1tt11w 11'iltl :t11tl f1't-t- .XX tht- 11't'stt-1'11 11'i11tls. t':t111t- 11't-1 .Xittl l1t' Is t'l:11'. 11'ht1 11't111ltl 11t1t 1't1:t111. l'l4l'L' 1111111 t1t'r tts tl1t- 11111tl-tl1'11't-11 11::1111, lllll 1111111 tht- ll1llllllS 111 11tl1t-1' 111t-11 l11t11 1111lt11t111'11 ,Xtlxt-111111-t-'s tlt'll. 'l'l1t- lt11't- 111 tht- 111t1t111t:ti11f, 'l'ht- t':1ll 111' tl1t- t1t't-11115, Will th'z111' 111t-11 l.lll'Il1 l71't1111 tit-ltl :mtl ht-:11'th. Uh! tl1t- 1111 :mtl tI1t- th1'1ll 1g1'1ll, A H1 tl1t-I1t1hl1l11 .Xtttl tl1t- mit-ll 111 tl1t- xt1'11t- If tl1t- l11t-:tth 111 1111 htt-. .X11tl il' I wllflllltl l"t11'f:tltt- tht- 11't1t1tl. .Xlltl l1t-:trkt-11 lltbl 111 tht- tl11'11hl1i11g t':1ll Ut' tl1t- l'11lt11t111'11 t-vt-1' l1t-1t111tl tht- 11':tll, lllt'11 hit- 11't1t1ltl ht- :1 thing 111 tl1't-:ttl. .Xml l 11't1t1ltl 1'z11ht-1' ht- t't1ltl :mtl tlt-ml. U111' ll1t11ti1-ml 'l'l111'I1' lllg' 111 tl1t V ----+ We Help You to Secure a Position -4 VERY Columbia graduate may look forward to securing a good position which offers advance- ment. Year after year, hundreds of business Firms and professional men phone Columbia for graduates to take office positions. In placing a graduate in a position we take into consideration the different factors which will contri- bute to the success and happiness of that graduate. In other words, we try to send every graduate to a position which he or she will fill in the best possible way-we do not try to make "square pegs lit round holes." The Columbia stands back of its graduates from the date of graduation until any future time when they will need assistance in the way of coaching or a new position. The Columbia takes an interest in the success of its graduates-because graduates' success means our success. judge Columbia by the success of its graduates. Write for the new catalog. Summer Term-July l to 7 A phone message will bring you Our Literature Columbia Business College TWO SCHOOLS Armitage at Western Avenue Cicero at Irving Park Blvd. Phone: HUMb4uldl 2505 Phone: KlLdare 5726 Um' llrnrilrvd 'l'l1i1'ly-rv I I A H ii w il 1 1 ---+ ll' ..,,,,- , ,....,,,---ff 7 -.. ,,..--f--f:- .. e-if-r ...p A Feu' Exferpts from Maury Letters Received from Our Grudzzutes I The Position I X pleasant I havea:Vig0fd:gg ixththe present time is the most I am Private gecretdr at L ave had some very good ones, Believe me 1 am 1 y he Guarst , 1 d eel Safet 53 to anyone seeking Z bggirxigggmlgsggnggiumbia most higlglgo' Florence Blendow, ith the Hansen Real Estate l have held my present position w - l 5.. Thi uccess ee D creased 35 f 7 s s end your training to any of and will not hesitate to recomm my friends. Albert Pelukaytis. inligtnog living a Position as Secretary to L. L. saws it the clllugbigrgugiiieggealli recetivfdktms Position through e 'n ' ' thanklH8 You for placing me? d 4 e this opportunlty of Lucille Hosimann. ' k Carney, I am now employed as private secretary at Pedd1e if t . I r all the mail myself - plastering contrac ors answe t b en correctly trained my employers thought that I had no 8 would they trust my ability? Gladys Strauss. 1 Write for Our New Catalog I NEW TERM-JULY 1 to 7 L02 Columbia Business College l Two SCHOOLS Armitage at W'estern Avenues Cicero at Irving Park Blvd. 1 Phone: HUlN1hnldt 2505 Phone: Kllnlarc 5726 , , ,,,-+ .i,.-, , ,:1:,:, - Uni' llumlruil 'I lz1'a'l,x'-lm' + New -Y Y it -1- A BUSINESS CCLLEGE with a Business Office Atmosphere Attend a school that has been serving Chicago for over 50 years. Over l00,000 successful graduates prove all we claim. Nothing better in the entire city. I We offer complete training in Term Oggnling all commercial subjects. d IEW' . tiuysl gth Special finishing courses for an Clagjgmg y High School students. Free Employment Bureau Metropolitan Business College H. F. RABER, Principal l-lUMboldt I I38 1643 Milwaukee Avenue CNear lnleraectiun of Milwaukee. Daman and North Avenuesj 50 Years of Good Service and Quality We have served the Tuley High School with high grade boliled milk and other dairy products for the pas! I2 years Theo. Renz 8: Sons Company IVlJolesale Milk and Cream 1376-80 West Austin Avenue Haymarket 7125 Om' limnirvd 'lilirlpx'-If C'l..XSS l'RUI'IlECY lfillllfflllffll from fungi' lltll affairs and then I finally secured a minor part in the opera. 'l'here in the same show with me was the beautiful dancer, Shirley Fiukl'I.rtrin, and her partner, Robert ,bift'lIlflt', and my leading man, Henry' ,X'mef1le,- and do you know who the vice-president of the Civic Opera Ilouse is? No other than .-Ihr' lfoldlmber. I kept this position a long time and then I finally got to he the leading lady. He: I am really proud to hear that of my classmates, but do you know I went to a professional basketball QIHITIC and I saw .Iuron I,er'in.von, Cleorglv .hllIlf.CIlItHI, Sum ll'fIll!lllIl'l', and .Yule llIo.n'.vmi. You remember that they hardly won any games at Tuley, but you should see them play now. They are all stars now. .Xnd that is not all yet, SIIHIIIFI LIUIIIVV is the coach of the Illinois basketball team. and Jack SHIIll4'l1.Yk3' is the coach of Northwestern's team. Then I went to see the Cubs play, and who do you think is the coach of the Cubs. None other than lid. S11.r.wr1. 'lihe players on the team are .lolm Z1u'i'l'. fuck .Yl'u1c11ojf, who is the pitcherg .fue l'oc1le7t'.vki, and lien .'llr1nfl'urI, the slug- ger. and can thev play. ,Xlso lfflljilllllfll Kanter and Hurry lx'o7'al.rley' are pro- fessional track stars. 'llhe other day I went to buy a car and I walked right into the auto mamifacturer. Cliurlex I,i.rlwry, and I had to buy a car from his firm. Yes, it sure is wonderful what the years have done to people. She: I still have more news for you. I was invited to the inaugural ball of the l'resident of the Ll. S., Herman Cfl'e.virinrf, and of the Vice-l't'esident, Peter l.l'l'lIt'l'. 'lihe l'resident gave a speech on prohibition and he stated that we should have light wines and beer. 'l'he YiceAl'resident also gave a speech and he stated that we should not only have light wines and beer but that we should also have whiskey. .Inne .lloller is the Secretary of the Chamber of I'ublic Education and IVJH. C,'r'o.vxbery is .Xmbassailor to Xlexico, Gust Kuro- l1c.v'lo.v, is .Xmbassador to England, and .Suiiiuel Spiro is .Xmbassador to France. There were some court reporters there also. Ilurfu' Zilnirlc, Eli' l.er'ii1, lrrein FFIIINIFIII, .llm'ri.r .Sirliorf and Hurry Kaufman. He: Uh yes, I saw several others, You knew Iluroflzy llt'I'IIXft'III, who was the l'resident of the .Xltrua. Vvell now she is the president of the biggest charity society in the lf. S. .Xnd .leunne lllzrd is the vice-president. 'llhen I saw Cliarlcx Ktll?fl1llTUfl.C. Ile now owns the biggest sweater factory in Chicago. You remember lxorlore lxorifs. He is now chemical engineer. and you know George ti1lI1'i'rr'c:, the pilot. Ile has just made a trans-.Xtlantic non-stop flight. She: Did you ever come across those two lovely girls. Null: Ifllumu and frit'I'fl'Ildt' lffvxteiii. You remember that they were always together. Ile: Uh yes. and now they are joint owners of a large hook factory. Some of the girls that are working there are Rem: ,hltIt'll.Y, l1t1l'rfl'ie !l'u.n'u, fiumille lX,ll'ZUlIl.VL',X', Lillian tfittlcr and Null: lVc.rll'r'. She: You know ffltlfiyllf ll'eo1.vtl'ir1. XYell she owns a jewelry store and she is in partnership with llrlmrruli Zoloft. 'lihey furnish my jewelry accord- ing to my acts. llelen .lII1llT'l'.C' is working in her store and she takes care of everything except the rings, which Remlu Kufrlc takes care of, You remember when she took care of the rings for our class? Ile: Did you ever see that cute girl lft'lIl'fl'fItI ,IfoI.rl.'yv.' She: Yes. she is now a great movie actress, and by the way, Ifillvfln' ,Sirlireurtz and .-lnm' C'l1oIdt'u own a dress shop, and the models are .lcfeliiie fiftlllf, Florcm'l' Roxen, l.m'ruine Hciueman, llnrrict .lluciv and .flmz Lertitf. 'lihey took care of my costumes. My beauty specialist was llarricf lI'l'if:enfclfl, and her assistants were .llolly lI'e'.rIl'r and Edith Zeigfler. .ldclu Fnciifer in- vented the permanent blush powder, and she has a big factory and the girls working with her are l'l'ofI lvoliii, tfertr1m'l' lltmfling, and Sunil: tjolzfxiein. He: lt sure feels good to hear about the success of our former class- mates. IC'onti111n'il on ftlljt' ISSI Um' llmulrcrl 'l'1iir'l3'-foto' -fl 9 . S 58 k me Cxss ed f QA 0 XX, df 91 I Aff' , O i -ii . I. A A ,ij l - ' R ,' i J eg Q ,. :K A f . W 1 7' S ' i f w ,,.,,:,' 2 X x Slaiwix os vote, j 'ooo cw: at .I , K X069 sv Ko'sooX DQ S 'es 6 '.0-'b'es K- 1 I vbfsg MOR :Sly 5- 6 I i' xxxfxfxo' X f ' -Ach 'S . 4 v S o Nvvv, 5 xo Ao OAQYXQXXSCOOD to oke K xooq -Ms 'sox xxdxqlxog'xo'2:osxo sxeo exgvxq osxo s qvewoeixe-1z'xoYrdoo io oo CQNQQ, 0 QYGRQY-GS Qobodkes Rot oskxo K s o 6651 ,OvC,,.Nzq,eO1o6e oob gbov ok xos o X 'xo ,Qvxoodxes ok 'ooixoess-. Sosxooss bm X 'vasoKxooX1.-qeox-A:2,+zr,oKvle'anc,wKoxxg9Q 0 cob 'xooxxeeo owex eooxsas Ko gvoose, xoxo 152. 0 soo-ia ,mo Q-xc.p.c, U ff I i 1, I X r + 7-Y f f + Prospective Dental Students l,oyolzl l'x1iw1'siI5 College of ,Xrls :xml Sricixcvs olll-is :i pre- ilcntznl your of L-special interest In pmspt-clixc ili-mal sliulenls. The work is gin-n, putt in the rloxvlitowii college. IS North l:l'1llllillll Street :mal part in the llcntul 4ll'llZll'llllK'lll. ilu' fliirzigo Llwllt-ge of lit-mul Slll'g1Cl'j'. ln zulmlilion to lllc ri-qtiiu-fl snlnjt-cts ilu' cmirsi- ol'I'i-rs xxorlq uf 11 lla-11l:1l nzitim- wliicll will cimlvlc the tuclenl In L-im-1' ilu- Iulll'-xvill' llcmznl miirw with lllirty-two M'lllL'5ll'l' lwurs of college crcilit. ll1t'llt'XI session will open lJctol1er7, llllll. lin' flll'lllL'l' IrZll'llL'lllZll'S :ulrlrt-ss 'llllf lllfl2lS'IiR.XlQ Chicago College of Dental Surgery Dental Deltmrtment of Loyola University 1747 West Harrison Street Chicago, Illinois Compliments l fff CORYDON'S D E P ' T. STORE +-------------- - -+ -I- Xllxlilzipfv lxofl D. HAMMER jflurist 1" SL , lflowcrs for Xll Uccnsions 2020 W. Division St. CHICAGO nr IIHl1!ll'i'li 'l'l1ir'l,x'-.fix OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ER '19 Bloom DHDTDIEIDADHEIQI 190 NORTH STATE STREET TELEPHONE CENTRAL 5807 CHICAGO Glu ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL CLASS '30 +-.-. , , , if , 2 ,H ,W , 1: I I The Most Complete Stock of Students' I Clothing Outside of the Loop KLEE Blfaos. sl Co. ll The Store or Men and Boys HATS l H 0 E FURNI HINGS Milwaukee and Ashland Milwaukee and Cicero Lincoln and Belmont I ll I ,,,,, I ee- , , no iBwnberP lfitllllllllllll fi-lun fwlyr I3-I1 She: Yes. I lmve that mine feeling. llut wail, I ftill lizlve more to tell you. 'lilie lmzmk xx here I hzive my ininiey mlepositeil, .lille l'llilIi .v is :nt the e'jlxl'l1L'l'5 llesk :mil ,luilizizu l:,vlei'111ui1 is :it the llooklqeelierk clesk, Illfllll l'4l'r'lIX ix the Sk'Cl'Cl1ll'j' to the X'ice-l'resiclent :mil .llue llulferiu is the Sl'Cl'ClIll'Y In the I,l'l'Slfll'lIl. Why it's -I ifeloele. 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