Tuley High School - Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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ADAMKIEWICZ "Polly' Gold Pin. Clubs: Vice Pres. oi Seekers, Polish, Social Science, "A", Charm. 3V2 Year Graduate. Ambition: To become a foreign correspondent or secretary to a newspaper editor. ROSE H. ALBERTS G.A.A. Pin, SV2 Year Graduate. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, Seekers, Ambition: To be a private secretary and to live in California. FRED LEONARD ALTERMAN "Fritz' Tennis Team Letter, B.A,A. Official, B.A.A. Swimming Champ, Lifeguard, Tuley Rep. in lnterscholastic Swimming Meet. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To be a playboy. BARBARA BAKER Log Business Staff. Clubs: French, Social Science, Sec. G.A.A. SOL AMSTER Tuley Orchestra Letter, Swing Band. Clubs: B,A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To become the finest swing drummer. VIRGINIA M. AYESSE "VifQ Life Guard, Chorus, I-lall Guard, G.A.A. Pin and Clubs: Classics, Social Science, Pres. G.A.A., Charm, Ambition: To be a professional model and marry a millionaire. M.. ESTELLE BARASCH Silver Pin, Log Advertising Staff, Library Staii. Clubs: G.A.A., Physics, French, Social Science. Ambition: To become a K nurse or a laboratory technician. JUNE L. BARDEN "Blondie" Hall Guard, Piano Player during lunch time. Clubs: Book- keeping, French, Commercial, G.A.A. Ambition: To live a long and happy liie. t: ' DAVID BEACHKOFSKY Clubs: French, B.A.A., Social Science, Physics, "A". LEE IRVING BEINHORN Class Nite Committee, Clean-Up Campaign, Review, Orchestra, Swimming Team, Lite Guard, Swing Band. Clubs: Physics, Spanish, B.A.A. Ambition: To have a complete knowledge of music and to play and arrange in a dance orchestra. IRVING S. BELKIN Clean-Up Committee, Civitan Contest, Hall Guard, P.-T.A. Section Editor, Captain Volley Ball Team. Clubs: Classics, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a social worker. .1 js. 1 4 "Sl'1usl'1le" I ...trite af "Curly" 16 1 EUGENE BERG "Gene" Orchestra Letter, Trumpet Player in Orchestra. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To work for a Bachelors Degree in Music and to become a composer. LILLIAN RUTH BERNATH "St, Louie G.A.A. Rep., Girls' Chorus. Clubs: T.C, Lassies, Red Cross, Charm. Ambition: To travel and make a success oi life. :fs ii! EVELYN SHARAEVE BIOFF "Evie" Girls' Chorus, Volley Ball Team. Clubs: Travel, Physics, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in anything I undertake. "" an g KATE BETTY BIXON "Scarlet Ar: Gold Pin, Exchange Manager Review, Orchestra, G.A.A., H, Administrative Helper. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, Book- keeping. Ambition: To become a business executive. LEONA L. BLUMENAU "Lee" Honor Student, G.A.A., Library Staff, Review Rep., Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Bookkeeping. Ambition: To become a business executive. ADA LUCILLE BOETTCHER Festival Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Chorus, Ambition: Office work. EDWARD A. BOGUCKI "Chips" Festival Chorus. Clubs: Polish, Classics, B.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in life. Big ALICE MARIE BOGUNIA "Nan" Hall Guard Captain, Hall Guard Pin, Captain Basketball X Team. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a model. DOLORES BOWDEN "Doris" Festival Chorus "T". Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A, Ambie tion: To go to business college and become a capable stenographer. EDITH BERNICE BRIGGS "Petie" H Chorus, l-lall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Commercial, G. ' A.A. Ambition: To be able to take up nursing and later become an airline stewardess. : ss DORIS MAE BROKASKE Circulation Manager oi Review, Silver Pin, G.A.A. Pin, Girls' "' Chorus "T", Student Council, G.A.A., Review Ambition: l L V 6 To become a siatistician and visit Washington, D.C. HELEN BRONSTEIN Silver Pin, Hall Guard, G.A.A., Chorus, Volley Ball Team, Bookkeeping Pin, Clean-Up Committee, Student Council, G.A. X A. Pin. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Would like K to become a social worker, 17 1 Charm. VIRGINIA MARIE ZONSIUS "Gabby" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Commercial, Social Science, Ambition: To be a beauty operator. MELVIN ALVIN BROOKS "Mel Fire Marshal, Hall Guard. Clubs: Bookkeeping, B.A.A., Math, Social Science. Ambition: To be an accountant. IOHN BUCHHOLZ "Buch" Intramural Basketball Champions, intramural Baseball Cham- ' pions, Hall Guard Manager, Iunior Basketball Team. Clubs: .. 41 Social Science, Commerce, Commercial. Ambition: Telephone operator. LORETTA ELLEN CARD "Lollypop Review, Bookroom, Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard, Loq, Librarian. Q I Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science, Commercial. Ambition: ily Telephone operator. vt . ' Riwzf. ss' Q8 wiv- wiv NORA ELLEN CHUSTOVICH "Chusty" Bookkeeping Certificate, Shorthand Certificate, Girls' Chorus, Senior Dance Committee. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. DOLORES H. CIEMINSKI Chorus "T", Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Charm, Polish, Ambition: To be a musician or an artist. EVELYN IRENE CHERESKA "Evie" Log Business Staff, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Rep., Librarian. Clubs: Physics, "A", Charm, Math, Social Science, Spanish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in whatever l may undertake. NAOMI CHOLDEN "Nomi' Honor Student, 3V2 Year Graduate. Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A., Bookkeeping. Ambition: To be a good secretary. . ,Q PEARL RENEE cosr fi' Review Hep., Hall Guard, G.A.A. Rep., 3115 Year Graduate, , . A' G.A.A. Pin. Clubs: Charm, Radio, G.A.A. Ambition: To be 'C- a stewardess and marry the richest passenger. 3 6 ,S .gf DOROTHY EVELYN CRAGGS "Dot" rf yuuly Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Commercial, Social Science, Ambition: To be able to take up nursing. TELESFOR NICKILAS CZAPLICKI "Scope" Hall Guard Captain, B.A.A. Gym Team Captain. Clubs: Physics, Polish, Camera. Ambition: Aeronautical engineering in the U.S. Navy. OLGA CZYZO Girls' Chorus, Librarian, Hall Guard, Former Student at Wells. Clubs: Polish. Ambition: To become a nurse. 18 3 is but-4 P Qt E Marshal, . , f , -1 l . vi :1s:i?ZQ3f.. if . V - Q 'im . ROSINA ANTONETTE D'ANDREA Hall Guard Captain. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambi- tion: To be a social worker. I IOHN DANIELSON "Danny" Review. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To enjoy a suc- cessful life and to secure a satisfactory position. ARTHUR DANIEL DANOFF "Danny" Class Nite Committee, Hall Guard, Festival Chorus, Fire Civitan Contest. Clubs: Social Science, Physics, B.A.A., French, Marionette, Travel, Art. Ambition: To do things right, to get hings done, to be someone under the sun. IEAN DI VENTURI "leannie" Shorthand Certificate, Bookkeeping Certificate. Clubs: Red Cross, Camera, Commercial, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambi- tion: To become a successful commercial artist. 'l JEROME DAVID DRIBIN ' "Little Yaris" f' f Orchestra, Track Team, Tuley Hi-Y, B.A.A. Official, Hall ' . Guard, Student Council. Clubs: Physics, Classics, Social - . gs Science. Ambition: To get rich quick. , HELEN DUDICK "Duck" A r V Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Charm, Social Science, Physics. Am- in. g bition: To become a surgical nurse. "" l .4 . y ..,. ANNA DUDLAK Girls' Chorus, Librarian, Honor Student. Clubs: Seekers, G. A.A., Social Science, Polish. Ambition: Personal Secretary. "Duds" OLGA MARY DUNSKl "Dutchess" Library Staff, G.A.A. Rep., Hall Guard, Dance Committee, Chorus, G.A.A. Pin. Clubs: Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To become a typist and be a millionaire without marrying one. DELIA HELEN DUTCHAK "Deel" Hall Guard, Girls' Glee Club. Clubs: Commerce, G.A.A., Social Science, Ambition: To be a receptionist. LILLIAN ELI-'MAN Librarian, Life Guard, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: French, Social Science, Ambition: To be successful in the business world. RUTH EMMERMAN Clubs: Radio, Charm, G.A.A., French, Social Science, Classics. Ambition: Social worker. DOROTHY LOIS ETTER "Dotty" Review Rep., Librarian, Hall Guard, Bookkeeping Certificate. Clubs: G.A.A., Commercial, Social Science. Ambition: To become a typist and hold a good office position. 19 l f ' 9' M1 ANNE FISHMAN Gold Pin, Review, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Social Science, Charm, Physics, Radio. Ambition: To meet Mickey Mouse. DOROTHY MAE FRANC Clubs: Commercial, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To hold a successful secretarial position and later be happily married. ETHEL C. FRATKIN "Ettie" Class Nite Committee, Review Literary Staff, Silver Pin, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Physics, Social Science, French, Charm. Ambition: To delve into the intricacies of science. RUTH REBECCA FRIDKIN "Fridie" Chorus, Review Reporter. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a good orchestra leader. MINNIE FRIEND "TONY" Chorus, G.A.A, Letter Winner, Review Rep., Hall Guard. Clubs: "T", Social Science, Travel, T,C. Lassies. Ambition: To make other people happy. ELI FUTTERMAN Business Manager of Log, Clean-Up Committee, Tennis Team Letter, Review Rep., Fire Marshal, Honor Student, Intramural Basketball. Clubs: Commerce, French, B.A.A. Ambition: To it be a success in the business field. EDWARD EVANS Orchestra, Valley Ball Champions, l-lall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be successful in whatever I undertake and contribute my share to society. NORMAN GEORGE FASTOFF Hall Guard, B.A.A. Rep., Senior Basketball Team, Two Letters. Clubs: Classics, Fencing, Bookkeeping, Physics. Ambition: To enter into the business of manufacturing cigars. ROSE MARIE FICARELLI "Fic" Chorus, Senior Dance Committee, Bookkeeping Certificate, Shorthand Certificate. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. ALICE MARILYN FIGUIRAS "Alsy-Palsy" Clubs: Commercial, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a telephone operator. GERTRUDE L. FISCHER "Gert" Orchestra, Mixed Chorus, Log Business Staff. Clubs: French, G.A.A., Commercial, Social Science. Ambition: To become a successful secretary and travel before getting married. WILLIAM FISCHGROUND "Fuzzy" Vice President of Senior Class, Branch Editor of Review, Hall Guard, Review Rep., Lieut. of Fire Marshals, Silver Pin Win- ner, B.A.A. Basketball Pin. Clubs: French. Ambition: To become an executive of a large firm. HDOHYH 20 X JL. 5.6. ESTHER EVELYN GABRIELSON "Smusie" Gold Pin, Review, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: Classics, Social Science. Ambition: To become a famous designer. MARGARET GARMISA "Margie Hall Guard, Log Literary Staff, Clean-Up Campaign, Class Nite Program. Clubs: Social Science, Commercial, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a good secretary or a model. ,--.:',' :- ,,.,r,l- I '?-" MARGARET ANNE GELATT "Marge" E- Secretary of Senior Class, Piano Player in Gym, Secretary Music Class, Vice Pres. Division Room, Secretary History Q ' ' Class. Clubs: Social Science, Latin, G.A.A., Commercial, :As -. Charm. Ambition: To be loved for myself alone, and not tor R my fortunes sake. MARION GEROWITZ "Mayan Chairman of Class Nite Committee, Orchestra Letter, Gold Pin, Clean-Up Campaign. Clubs: President and Secretary of Charm, French, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be one of the finest French horn players in the country. f SHIRLEY L. GERSTEIN Honor Student, G.A.A. Rep., Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Sci- -' 'l. . . ence, French, Charm, Ambition: To be successful in 1 A anything I may undertake in the future. JACK WALTER GEZELLE "Ge-Zzii Intramural Baseball, I-lall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish, Social Science. Ambition: Police force. a ,L - ,Q 1 r N FLEMME MAE GIANCOLA Hall Guard, Festival Chorus. Clubs: Physics, G.A.A., French, Latin, Social Science. Ambition: To be a good history or English teacher. IOSEPHINE M. GILDEMEISTER "Iosey Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in Whatever l undertake. JOE GILMAN lunior Basketball, Three Letters, Review "T". Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To own an ice cream parlor. ,. . ALBERT IEHRY GINSBURG "Goldberg" K' intramural Basketball Champs, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social 5: xg Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a commercial artist. , ,,..j , LAURA MAY GLANCE "Lolly" Gold Pin, G.A.A. "T". Clubs: Vice President "T", Charm, Vice President Classics, Social Science, Travel. Ambition: Teaching. MILTON GLASER Editor-in-Chief ot Review, Second Gold Pin, Senior Basketball Team, Three Letters, Log Literary Staii, Clean-Up Campaign, Fire Marshal, President Classics Club. Clubs: Physics, Social Science. Ambition: To be a psychologist and psychiatrist. 21 1 SIDNEY GLATCOW Winner of Civitan Contest, 4A Hatchet Orator, Class Nite Play, Drama Play, I-Iall Guard, Clean-Up Committee. Clubs: Travel, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a radio announcer. MARVIN IEROME GOLDBERG Honor Student. Clubs: Physics, Social Science, B.A.A. Am- bition: To become a pharmacist. ANITA GOLDBORTIN "Needa" Chorus Mixed Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To become a dietician. ROSE GERTRUDE GOODMAN "GOOClY Silver Pin. Clubs: Math, Physics, French, G.A.A., Social Science, Charm. Ambition: Mathematician. HILDA GRAFMAN "HildY" Clean-Up Campaign, Log Literary Staff, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, G.A.A., Commerce. Ambition: To make a success ot my life. SARAH KATHERINE GUCCIONE "SiS Hall Guard, Chorus, Bookkeeping Certificate. Clubs: Com- merce, Social Science, Art, G.A.A. Ambition: To be success- ful in whatever I undertake. EVELYN CECILE GUTOWSKI Chorus Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Am- bition: To be a successful hat designer. HARRY HACKER Intramural Team, Review Rep., Honor Student. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., Social Science, Classics. Ambition: To become a suc- cessful attorney and see my first million in the bank. IRENE ANNA HAIECKI Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Commerce, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a telephone operator. ELEANOR G. HALPERN "El" Silver Pin. Clubs: G.A.A., Commerce, Social Science. Am- bition: To marry a six-footer. SIGURD OLE HAMMER "Seqar" Intramural Basketball, I-Iall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science, Bioloqy, Ambition: To be a member of the US. Forestry Service. WILLIAM JAMES HANSON "Bill President of Senior Class, Vice President Bancroft Student Council, Intramural Baseball and Basketball, Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To enter the ministry. y zz 1 we HELEN STELLA HAVARK Clubs: Commercial, Social Science, Polish GAA Ambition To become a bookkeeper. DOROTHY Z. HELLER Tuley lunior Red Cross Rep. Silver Pin Secretary Red Cross Clubs: Social Science, T.G. Lassies GAA Ambition To be a famous shoe designer. RHEA HEYMAN Organizer Tuley Red Cross, lunior Red Cross Rep Red Cross Vice President and First Secretary. Clubs Social Science French, G.A.A. Ambition: Radio playwright DOROTHY HOFFMAN Chorus, Review Rep., Hall Guard Typing Certificate Book keeping Certificate. Clubs: Social Science Charm GAA Ambition: To be a success in liie JEROME SOLOMON HOLLANDER Silver Pin, Orchestra "T", Class Nite Committee Log Adver tising Staff, Fire Marshal. Clubs: Physics Chess and Checker ' B.A.A,, Math. Ambition: Electrical or chemical engineer MARION GERTRUDE HORWITZ Clubs: T.C. Lassies, Social Science G A A Ambition travel and be successful in all future undertakings R, MARY ANN Huzo "Pepin ' 35 Salutatorian, Second Gold Pin, Silver Bookkeeping Pin, Short- 5 3 hand Certificate, G.A.A. Pin, Advertising Mgr. of Log. Clubs: I , Social Science, Commerce, Camera, "A", Red Cross. Ambi- ' R tion: To spend a few years in Hawaii. , JULIUS JOHNS "l9Wkie" . ..., ' - 5 Clubs: Classics, Social Science, Physics, Travel, Radio, B.A.A. Ambition: To become rich enough to hibernate. ' E, LOIS FRANCES IOHNSON "Lo" Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a fashion illustrator. RALPH E. IONES intramural Basketball and Baseball, Hall Guard. Clubs: mercial, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: Mail carrier. Com- SEYMOUR IURBIN "Bud" Review, Captain intramural Championship, Baseball and Volleyball, Hall Guard Captain, Fire Marshal, Captain Life Guards. Clubs: Travel, Physics, B.A.A., Chess and Checker. Ambition: Traveler and biological explorer. FLORENCE SOPHIE KABALA Review, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Com- mercial, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a model. 23 it QQFW of BERTHA RUTH KARPEL "Birdie" Honor Student, President and Vice President of Classics Club. Clubs: Chorus, G.A.A., Social Science, Travel. Ambition: To be a registered pharmacist. GRACE KARWATA "Gray Mixed Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in life. IOSEPH KARZEN Honor Student, Civitan Contest, Log Literary Staff, Chairman of Five History Classes. Ambition: To teach history, civics, and economics. HELEN ELEANOR KASHINSKI "Bashtul Shorthand and Bookkeeping Certificates, Hall Guard, Chorus, Senior Dance Committee. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, G.A. A., Charm, Commercial. Ambition: To be a dress designer. REUBEN AARON KESSEL 'Ruby' ' CYRUS KIRSHNER "Cy Secretary of History Class, Civitan Contest, Hall Guard. Clubs: "A", Travel, Radio, Chess and Checker, B.A.A. HAROLD BERNARD KLIEMAN Orchestra, Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Math, Social Science. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. HARRY LEO KLINE "Kline" Clubs: B.A.A., HA". HELEN MARY KOBETZ G.A.A. Rep., Captain of Hall Guards. Clubs: Chorus, Social Science. Ambition: To be a success. Gold Pin, Log Literary Staff. Clubs: Social Science. Ambition: To become a millionaire. ELIZABETH LUCY KIELKIEWICZ "Liz Chorus. Clubs: "A", Physics, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To see the world. an , "Kobey" CECELIA FRANCES KOCHAN "Lucky" ,,,, i , G.A.A. and Bookkeeping Pins, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To be a general office worker. MABEL KONOPACZ - as ffMitOff Gold Pin, G.A.A. Review Bookkeeper, Senior Dance Com- mittee, Secretary Library Club. Clubs: Commercial, Social Science, "A", "T", Charm, Polish, Glee. Ambition: director. we 5 i x v fl ,.., . ' 3, -QA N Personnel - .,.,. 3 . il if . 24 1 f it HELEN IRENE KOPESTYNSKI "Koppy" Gold Pin, Chairman and Secretary of History Classes, Honor Roll and Semester Plays. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, Bookkeeping, G.A.A. Ambition: To become an art teacher. GEORGE KOSECEKE President of Division, Hall Guards. Clubs: Social Science, gf ' B.A.A. Ambition: To be a social worker. px ,, ik WANDA FLORENCE KOSTENSKI "Windy" Girls' Chorus, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, 4 A G.A.A. Ambition: To become a good secretary and tour the World. OLGA KOWALSKY L Orchestra, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: French, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a secretary and tour the world. . , of W lxsx is I R- GENEVIEVE KRUPA "Gene" Hall Guard, Festival Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Charm, ' ' " ' f l b kkeeping Social Science. Ambition. To be a successu oo machine operator. EUNICE IUNE KUKEE "Cookie" Orchestra, Gold Pin, Fifth in Senior Class, Log Literary Staff. Clubs: French, G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To become a teacher. MITCHELL KUTYNA "Cue" Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, Travel, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a successful athlete. LORRAINE LAUN "Penny" Review Rep., G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: Social Science, "A , G.A.A. Ambition: To become an interior decorator. IRENE CATHERINE LESZKIEWICZ "Blondie" Chorus, Hall Guard, Vice-President Polish Club, Red Cross. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Polish. Ambition: To tour the 3 ,E world and to become a traveling secretary. PAULINE LEVIN "Pauly" Class Nite Committee, Orchestra. Clubs: French, Charm, G. AA., Camera. Ambition: To live a iull and beautiful life. SAM LEVINE "Shamie" B.A.A. Official, Honor Student. Clubs: Social Science, Math, Classics. Ambition: To become a C.P.A. "Flo" FLORENCE NORMA LEVITT Librarian, Honor Student. Clubs: Social Science, French, G. AA. Ambition: To pass the normal exam in order to become a primary grade school teacher of music. 25 ALICE ROSEBUD LOBECK "Al" Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., "A", Ambition: To become a professional dress maker because of love of beautiful clothes. HAROLD M. LOVE B.A.A. Rep., Safety Rep. Clubs: Travel, Physics, "A", B.A.A. Ambition: To be an accountant. IRENE MARIE MADEI "Tootsie-wootsieu Honor Student, Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. MARTIN MANEVITZ "Marty Silver Pin, Hall Guard, Fire Marshal. Clubs: Social Science, "A", Physics, B.A.A. BURTON MANN "Butts" Senior Basketball Team, Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A, Classics. Ambition: To take a general business course at college and enter into the business world. Orchestra, Gold Pin, Class Nite Committee. Clubs: Chess and Checker, G.A.A. Ambition: To be the first horn player in a well known symphony orchestra. EMIL MARKIN Orchestra. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science, Bowling, Classics. Ambition: To amass a fortune. IOSEPHINE CLAUDETTE MARTINEZ Silver Pin, G.A.A. Rep., Girls' Chorus, Bookkeeping Silver Pin. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Social Science. Ambition: To become a surgical nurse. LILLIAN MARUSCHAK "Dutchess" Gold Pin, Librarian, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A. A. Ambition: To become a good housewife. BENJAMIN LEO MAYS "Ben" Hall Guard, Vice President of Festival Chorus, Log Staff. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To make i530,000 a year. MARIAN MERMELSTEIN "Dusty" Chorus Letter, Secretary in History Class. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a licensed pilot. HARRIET MICKENALOFF "Honey" Chorus, Honor Student. Clubs: Red Cross, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To become a rich man's wife. 26 DORTHEE MAE MANSEAU "Dotty' t ... in 'P' ' te- . 1 QV LORRAINE ANNA NOVAK "Lorry" Hall Guard, Chorus Letter. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm. Ambition: To travel and be a dancer. LILLIAN CAROLYN OPYCHANY "Lil Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Physics. Ambition: To become an accountant. EDWARD PACHNIAK "Ed" Hall Guard Captain. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, Physics. Ambition: To become an accountant. BOLESLAW W. PAL "Pal" Concert Master in Orchestra. Clubs: Camera, Radio, Polish, Fencing. Ambition: To become a concert violinist. MURIEL M. PARADISE "Perry" Log Business Staif, Secretary of Class Nite Committee, Class Nite Program, Hall Guard, Honor Student. Clubs: G.A.A., Chorus, "T" Winner, Social Science. Ambition: To be one of the best vocalists with one oi the most famous orchestras. MINNIE M. PATMAN "Mickey" 27 ful nurse. ., IENNIE MARY MIKUCKI "Mickey" Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Social Science, Math. Ambition: To become a radio actress. ROSE MILLER ' Rosy Clubs: G,A.A., Charm, French, Social Science, Bookkeeping Ambition: To be a teacher or personnel manager. 5" LILLIAN C. MITORAI "Lou" 3Vz Year Graduate. Clubs: G.A.A., Classics, Polish, Social - ,JE if, Science, Red Cross. Ambition: To be successful in all my undertakings. 7 Esmsn Mosxowirz S Publicity Staff of Annual Play, Honor Student. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a well known journalist or enter the advertising field. ESTHER DOROTHY NELSON MESH Cap and Gown Committee, G.A.A., "T", Girls' Chorus, Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Bowling. Ambition: To be a success- DORIS MARIE NEUBECKER Hall Guard, Honor Roll, Log Business Staff. Clubs: Red Cross G.A.A., Social Science, Commercial. Ambition: To become a bookkeeper. gg, L E' -is .Ji N P' 9 if g SRM? tiil Wi s SHYRL LEE PRITIKIN "Pretty" Orchestra, Festival and Mixed Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Physics. Ambition: To study medicine. DOROTHY JEAN REID "Reidie" Chairman of Cap and Gown Committee, CoAEditor of 235-5B . ' Paper, Orchestra, Chorus. Clubs: Charm, Travel, French. Ambition: To be successful and independent. is IACOB Gym EDYTHE LILLIAN PERLICK "Edie" G.A.A. Secretary, Captain Girls' Basketball Team, Life Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Ambition: To be cz physi- cal education teacher. LUCY E. PETKUNAS "Gabby" Review Staff, Clean-Up Campaign. Clubs: "A", G.A.A. Am- bition: To become a famous dress designer. ANDREW DAVID PETMEZAS "Andy" Junior Basketball Team, Two Letters, Chorus, Fire Marshal. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish, Social Science. Ambition: To become if a detective. IRENE ANNE PIETRUCHA "Rene" Hall Guard, Chorus, Honor Student. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Charm, Commercial. Ambition: To become an efficient secre- tary. LORRAINE BETTY POLCYN "Paulson" President of G.A.A. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in whatever field I choose. RUTH POLIN "Ronnie" Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., French, Charm. Ambition: To be successful in all undertakings. EDWARD RASKE President of Chorus. Clubs: B.A,A., Social Science. bition: To be an advertising agent. "Eddie" Am- .Y S? "' WN ,. . t , . .X HELEN MARIE RENFRO '--k:i 5 ,::,i Second Gold Pin, Marionette Play, Log Art Staff. Clubs: "3 Physics, French, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a dress N A designer. 2. an mt t X at REZNICK Team in Swimming. Clubs: B.A.A., Spanish. ANNE RILL "Terry" Valedictorian, Second Gold Pin, Review "T", Asst. Circulation Mgr. of Fteview, Log Literary Staff, Bookroom, Clean-Up Cam- paign. Clubs: Physics, Secretary oi French, Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To live happily ever after. ' ,. 1 . X Wiifyul'-.Q if gs ,M- si ELEANOR ALICE RUBENSTEIN "A1kie" Honor Student, Review Rep., Clean-Up Committee, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Red Cross, Charm. Ambition: To do general office work and travel. THELMA T. RUBENSTEIN Review Rep., Clean-Up Committee, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, Commerce. Ambition: To be suc- cessful. NORMAN RUTTENBERG "Normie" Honor Student, Iunior Basketball Team, Two Letters, Baseball and Gym Team Champs, Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A. Official, Math, "A", Social Science. Ambition: To live and let live. HELEN G. SACHWEH Bookkeeping and Shorthand Certificates, Honor Student, Hall Guard, Chorus, G.A.A. Pin, Captain Basketball Team. Clubs: Social Science, Ambition: To be a success. RUTH SANDMAN "SandY" Second Gold Pin, Represented Tuley on Radio, Log Advertis- ing Staff, Marionette Play. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Physics. Ambition: To be a chemistry teacher. GLORIA ANN SCHWARTZ EDWARD ROSEN "Eddie" Treasurer of 4A Class, Senior Basketball Team, Softball Champs, Volleyball Champs, Touch-Football Champs, Gradu- ation Committee, Chairman of History Class, Honor Student. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To live happily ever after. EDYTHE IUDITH BOSEN "Eadie" Sabin Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Spanish, Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful secretary. t ESTHER ROSENTHAL Clean-Up Campaign, Log Art Staff, Safety Rep., Review Rep., Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, French, Art, G.A.A. Ambition: To do whatever l want. RICHARD ROSTROM Library. Clubs: B.A.A., Chess and Checker, Social Science, Travel, Camera. Ambition: To be a successful business man. MAY ROZANSKY Gold Pin in Bookkeeping. Honor Student, Organizer, Chair- man and Rep. of Red Cross. Clubs: Radio, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a successful C.P.A. DANIEL T. RUBENSTEIN "Schwalby" President of Fire Marshals, Hall Guard, Four Gym Medals, Log Literary Staff. Clubs: B.A.A., Chess and Checker, Social Science. Ambition: To be a commercial artist. .,TObY,, Review Rep., Hall Guard, G.A.A. Medal. Clubs: Charm, Radio. Ambition: First-class stewardess. l Q H ti . . IUDITH SEBBY "lusty" Bookkeeping and Shorthand Certificates, Hall Guard, Volley Ball Team. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in everything. PEARL SEI FER Bookkeeping an ypinq f , . Clubs: Charm, Social Science, "A", G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in everything. d T ' Certificates Chorus Review Rep GEORGE DONALD SHERMAN bition: To PHYLLIS P. Review "T", Clean-Up Campaign, Safety Engineer, Fire Mar- shal, Assistant Advertising Manager of Review, President of History Class. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Social Science. Am- become a professor of history. EDWARD A. SHINER "Ed" Silver Pin, Log Literary Staff, Senior Basketball Team, Two Letters. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Mathematics. Ambition: To be a successful chemist. SHINER Silver Pin, Log Literary Staff, Librarian, Clean-Up Campaign, 2-' Hall Guard, Class Nite Play. Clubs: G.A.A., Radio, Charm, TILLIE SICHER "Tibey" Chorus, Hall "A", Ambition: To be a successful stenographer. Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, G.A.A., RUBY SALLY SIEGEL "Butz" Review Staff, Mixed Chorus, Hall Guard, Vice President of French Club. Clubs: Social Science, Physics, G.A.A., French. Ambition: To be a pediatrician. FLORENCE F. SILBERBERG "Flossy" Hall Guard, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Red Cross, Charm. Ambition: To be successful in life. SHIRLEE PEARL SIMANSKY "Peg" Chorus. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a rich woman. MOLLIE B. SIMON "Peanut" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Bookkeeping, Charm, Social Science, "A". Ambition: To become a social worker. REVA R. SINGER Captain of Basketball Team. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Social Science. Ambition: To be a comptometer operator. 30 French. Ambition: To be a radio dramatic artist. C 'L H if X ROSE S. SHULMAN Roz Log Literary Staff, Honor Student, Review Staff, Clean Up Campaign, Librarian, Bookroorn, Pitman Certificate, Civitan Contest, Hall Guard, Sabin Mixed Chorus, Synchronized Swim- ming. Clubs: T.C. Lassies, Radio, French, G.A.A., Social Science, Sec. of Radio, Treas. of French, I.Y.L. Ambition: To enter the field of medical social work. Q 'N '5- V? . REBECCA B. SPINKA "Becky" Silver Pin, Log Advertising Staff, Bookroom, Chorus, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Clubs: G.A.A., I.Y.L., Treasurer and Vice- President of Radio, T.C. Lassies. Ambition: To become a radio artist. ERMA SPITZER "Tiny" Shorthand Certificate. Clubs: Charm, "A", Social Science, G.A,A. Ambition: To become an air hostess. A HELENE DOROTHY STAWIARSKI "Dotty" Shorthand Certificate, Hall Guard. Clubs: Charm, Polish, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in all undertakings. STEN EL CLARICE S Senior Class Play, Silver Pin, Captain Basketball, Review Rep., Clean-Up Campaign, Librarian, Office Clerk. Clubs Seeker, French, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To become a secretary to a good looking young boss. MARY STUDNER "Maria" Hall Guard, Clean-Up Campaign, Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Commerce, Social Science, Ambition: To be a success in the business world. WARREN KENNETH SWANSON Chairman of Log Art Staff, Hall Guard, Art Scholarship. Clubs: B.A.A., Radio. Ambition: To become a successful com- mercial artist. EMILY SLUKA Silver Pin, SV2 Year Graduate. Clubs: Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful. FLORENCE SMAGACZ "Flo Clubs: G.A.A., Commercial, Social Science, Charm. Ambi- tion: To be a dressmaker. 11 NAOMI ELSA SMITH "Ome Gold Pin, President of Boolcroom, Hall Guard, Log Literary Staff, Student Council, Chorus, Safety Engineer. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, Commercial. Ambition: To enter civil service. ELSIE SOBOTKA Bookroorn, Hall Guard, Chorus, Honor Student. Clubs: G.A.A., Commercial, Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To be a beau- tician. MADELINE SOHN Gold Pin, Girls' Chorus Pianist. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Phy- sics. Ambition: To be a laboratory technician. MARA LYNNE SOMACH "Merry" Log Business Staff, Hall Guard, Clean-Up Campaign, Libra- rian, Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Charm, Radio. Ambition: To design clothes for Hollywood stars. 5' if "SWanee" , 31 "Els" CHESTER IOSEPH SYKES Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a FLORENCE MARTINA YOLANDA SZPAK ,,Gump,. dentist. "Flossie Silver Pin, 3V2 Year Graduate, Librarian, Review Rep., Get Acquainted Dance Committee, Treasurer of Girls' Chorus Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, Red Cross Vocabulary, Travel. Ambition: To be an executive secretary IDA SANDRA TABAK "Tootsie" Clubs: Social Science, Pan-American, G.A.A. Ambition: To it i travel. Ambition: KENNETH ROY TRIGGER "Bang-Bang" 4B Hatchet Orator, Log Editor, Silver Pin, Clean-Up Cam- Deion, Review Feature Writer, Orchestra. Clubs: Radio, B. A.A., Physics, President of Mathematics. Ambition: To become a famous statesman in the U.S. government. SONIA TUCKER "Sonny' Hall Guard, Cap and Gown Committee, Review Rep., Book- keeping Certificate. Clubs: G.A.A. Pin, "T", and Rep., Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To be a success. LORRAINE TUMAN Gold Pin, Log Art Staff, Marionette Group. Clubs: Chess and Checker, G.A.A., Social Science, Physics, French. Ambition: To draw and make money in an attic. ALICE V. MARVIN VIGON Junior Basketball Team, Two Letters, Captain of Hall Guards. Clubs: Classics, "A", Social Science, Mathematics, B.A.A. Ambition: To make my first million and enjoy life, RUTH TAXY I Gold Pin, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Com mercial. Ambition: To do general office wor EVELYN MARIORY TOBAK Orchestra. Clubs: Social Science, French, Commercial, To travel. HELEN TRAGARZ k. "Toby" G.A.A. Silver Pin, Safety Rep. Clubs: Social Science, French, G.A.A Physics. Ambition: To become a stewardess. M.. Q. Q' I it ,wx i 'f F35 "Wil iistssfei , ' str..-Lfisfa.. ' 3: wA1.'rz fi N g ' HELEN EMMA WEBB "Emmie" .x W . Synchronized Swimming, Girls' Chorus, Piano Playing for Social Dancing. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To ' be well liked by everyone. W ,.-J... W n QE LENORE WEXLER "Wexy Review Rep., Librarian, Second Gold Pin. Clubs: G.A.A., "A", Social Science, Mathematics. Ambition: To be suc- cessful. EDWARD WALTER WIEI A B.A.A. Medal for Basketball. Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To play professional baseball or football. .sf '55 -' T- .. f , SOPHIE GEORGIA WILCZYNSKI "Sue" f - A 7 - - Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Commerce, Charm. ' - , Ambition: To become an aviatrix. sa if 5 . ' Q . MARCIA BARBIE WINNER "Peewee" V i g ',.' iz Review Staff, Loa Business Staff, Office Clerk, Fire Marshal. j ' - A , 7' 4 Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful 7 A ,H j 2.51 executive. V fl ,,li 5 I . -.' ' . ull 7 LORRAINE CLAIRE WOLF "Chick" S Hall Guard, Log Business Staff. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., -'-- Commercial. .:., . ' RUTH ELEANOR woon "www" - Hall Guard, Librarian, Chorus, G.A.A. Rep., Championship 3 X QQ x 1. 5 Volleyball Team, Shorthand Certificate, Honor Student. Clubs: 2 Q 5.35, G.A.A., Social Science. tram.. MITCHELL . B. WROBEI. "Champ" I Clubs: B.A.A., President of Chess and Checker, Classics, Physics. Ambition: To become a wizard in research chem- istry and help humanity. ALICE IOSEPHINE ZALEWSKI Hall Guard, Chorus, Bookkeeping Certificate. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, Charm, Commercial. Ambition: To become a nurse. MORRIS BENIAMIN ZEITLIN "Moishe" Silver Pin. Clubs: "A", B.A.A. Ambition: To be a lawyer. FLORENCE MARION ZIELINSKY Gold Pin, Pitman Certificate, Librarian. Clubs: G.A.A. "T" and Rep., Social Science, French, Mathematics, VIRGINIA MARIE ZONSIUS "Gabby" all Guard Clubs GAA Commercial Social Science, I-l . 1 . . ., , Charm. Ambition: To be a beauty operator. "Shorty" it frzeefr 33 F' 5' A it .1..' 5 l f 54 ABE ABRAMS Hall Guard. Clubs: Math, Physics, Social Science, B.A.A. Honor Student. Ambition: To enter University of illinois and become a doctor. LILLIAN EVA CITKO "Chee-Chee" Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in any undertaking. WALTER FRED DINSE Former Lane Student, Hall Guard, Intramural Baseball Champs, 4B Gym Medal Winner. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. MEYER DOLINSKY Camera Club, Review Feature Editor, Photographer of Review. DOROTHY FOGELHUT "Dinkey Silver Pin, Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To be a plastic surgeon. ESTHER M. GEIR MILTON GINSBERG Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. RUTH RONNY GOLDBLATT "Gee-Bee Hall Guard, Fire Marshal, Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., "A", Charm. Ambition: To become a stenographer and, later in life, a housewife. DOROTHY ELIZABETH HAMMOCK "Dotty Festival Chorus, Bookkeeping Certificate, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Commercial, G.A.A., Charm. Ambition: Tele- phone operator. HAROLD HOFFMAN Volley Ball Champs, Gym Team Medals Three Times, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Classics, B.A.A., Chess, Checker, Civics. Ambition: To become a successful pharmacist. ANGELINE JACOBS ESTHER KAPLAN Silver Pin, G.A.A. Rep. Clubs: French, Charm, Social Science. EDWARD IAMES KOREBA Basketball Team, Iuniors. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Am- bition: To be an airplane designer. IEANETTE V. KRASNOW Clean-Up Committee, Log Art Staff. Clubs: Latin, G.A.A. Ambition: To travel, study languages, and to be an author and artist. ELEANOR SOPHTE KWASNIAK "Tiny" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. Ambi- tion: To be a dietician. HAROLD HARRY LASKY "Hookey" Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To make a lot at money and become a successful designer. FRANCIS LITZ Cap and Gown Committee, B.A.A. Official, Organized the Bowling Club, Captain of Ice Skating Team. Clubs: Math, B.A.A., Classics, Physics. Ambition: To be a successful aero- nautical designer. ftfcrip ALICE LOGAN LORRAINE MARCELLE McCLEARY "Lorrie Worked in Reinstatement Office. Ambition: To become a lawyer. MICHAEL ANTHONY MIRAGLIO Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., Camera, "Mickey Mouse MARIORIE MARY NELSON "Margie Festival Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, Com- mercial. Ambition: To be a telephone operator. LORRAINE POCK Mixed and Girls' Chorus, Librarian. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To be a nurse. SHIRLEY LORRAINE RICHARDS "Blondie' Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a comptometer operator. MARY A. SCIORTINO "Tony Clean-Up Campaign, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Camera, Commercial, Charm. Ambition: To be a nurse. HARRIET SIMON Clubs: Radio, G.A.A., Red Cross, "A", Social Science. Am- bition: To be successful. AL SIMOVITCH lunior Basketball Team, Two Letters, Manager Basketball Team, Lifeguard. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be healthy, wealthy and Wise. LEONARD E. SMART "Big Len' Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a radio singer. NANCY SOLOMON Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a singer. DOROTHY UNGER EMILY UNGER " Em' Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Bookkeeping. Ambition: To become a make-up artist. BOB ANTHONY WIONCEK "Chippy' Track Team. Clubs: B.A.A., Classics, Physics, Social Science, Mathematics. Ambition: To study law. LEONORA LOIS WOITAN "Pussy' Orchestra, Cap and Gown Committee, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. ANN YORK ESTHER ZIMBOROFF Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success. ARTHUR A. ZIVIN "Artie' Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To be rich enough to travel. I swieuwlmws Tuley Has Its Face Lifted. Students returning to Tuley in September found a surprisingly new and rejuvenated Tuley. Many things had been done to lend a more cheerful atmosphere to the school. The walls had been lightened and the ceil- ings were painted white, for there is nothing gloomier than a dark school-room. Yes students, as we leave, a new and beautiful Tuley remains behind. New Review Staff Goes to Work. With the semester on its way, the even more cap- able Review staff dug in to put out bigger and better Reviews. Senior A's and B's, all of whom had worked their way up from the bottom, held important positions. Milton Glaser, the editor-in-chief, was ably assisted by lulius Draznin, assistant editorg lulia Kirstein, news editor, and Meyer Dolinsky, feature editor: while Marvin Fromkin was elevated to the position of Busi- ness Manager. The sports department was headed by lulius Matlin and Eddie Deerfield. Bernard Reisin and Abe Friedman took over "Round About Tuley" while Dorothy Libin continued to write her Hash Heap columns. Fire Marshals Introduce "Stagger System". The fire marshals, sponsored by Mr. Center and Mr. Gross, devised a new system whereby five marshals will be on duty every period during the day. The fac- ulty appointed Arnold Klass as head of this Service System. Andy Petmezas and William Fischground will serve as his lieutenants. Goodbye, Mr. Small! Hello, Mr. Purdue! After an even dozen years of faithful service as head of our physics Department, Mr. Arthur W. Small has left Tuley's portals to teach at Gage Park High School. Mr. Small will long be remembered for his excellent service as Senior Grade Adviser, and for his witty sense of humor. His departure, however, has been ably filled by Mr. Perdue who previously taught at Muskeegon, Michigan. So we say, "Good-bye, Mr. Smallg welcome, Mr. Perdue." Student-Faculty Basketball Game Our athletic pedagogues, Tuley's noted teachers, once again trounced our Honor Students in their annual basketball tussle to the tune of 49-32. The game merely proved that brawn and not brains score points. The teachers were led to victory by Messrs. Smidl and Gill. The scholars high point men were Bernie Reisin and lrv Markin, each scoring three baskets. Armistice Day Assembly. The Tuley students observed Armistice Day with proper and fitting solemnity--by presenting the annual Armistice Day assembly. After the opening of the as- sembly, Ben Mays, student chairman, took over the pro- gram and introduced the various musical numbers and speeches. Mr. Eliadore Libonati, veteran of the last World War and now an American Legionaire, gave a short talk commemorating our war dead. Staff Picked for Annual. With the Staff for the Annual Chosen, plans were made for the production of the biggest Log in Tuley's history. The 4A and 4B classes voted to collaborate on this book. President Bill Hanson appointed the 4A Staff Zmlmq 6734. 7941! Editor, Kenneth Trigerp Eli Futterman, the 4A Business Manager: Vtfarren Swanson the Art Editor, and Mary Huzo the Advertising Manager. The lune officers were elected by represetatives from that class. Merton Kahne and Beverly Yufit were elected co-editors, Bernard Reisin was chosen Business Manager: the position of Advertising Manager was given to Alice Kramer. The Art Saff was headed by lrving Markin, Seniors Hold "Get Acquainted" Dance. The Social Committee, headed by Irene Pietrucha, planned a gala "Get Acquaintedn dance. The affair was held in Kopp Gym, and the music was supplied by Tuley's famous "Rhythm Boys." There was almost a l00'k turnout to the Senior lamboree. D.A.R. Representative Elected. Patsy Murphy was chosen by both faculty and stu- dent body as the best girl citizen in Tuley. The contest was sponsored by the D.A.R. One girl from each state was chosen to go on a tour to Washington D.C., all expenses paid. Patsy was selected from a field of 15 girls, previously nominated for that position, to repre- sent Tuley. Class Averages Announced. After several weeks of diligent work, Mrs. Herrick announced the averages of the graduating seniors. The Valedictorian was Anne Rill with a perfect average of 99, all S's! Mary Ann Huzo, salutatorian, ended up with an average of 98.25. Third place honors in the four year scholastic race were shared by Milton Glaser and Lenore Wexler each sharing an average of 97. Seniors Elect Class Orator. After a very close race with Naomi Smith for the position of Class Orator, loseph Karzen finally emerged victorious. Other candidates for that position were Ruben Kessel, and Eunice Kukee. Thanksgiving Collection Hits New High. Tuley set a new high in its Thanksgiving collection by turning in 583437. The previous high mark, set last semester, was 35800. Miss Metcalf's 4B division set the pace for other rooms by turningin 52900, Miss Mayer's room was second having handed in 32800. Civitan Contest Held. Sidney Glatchow was declared the victor of the Civitan Contest, held in the Assembly Hall. Sid was picked from a group of Twelve finalists by the judges, Miss Konkowski, Miss Mayer, Miss Margolis Miss Newheart, Mr. Hunter, Mr. Lawley, and Mr. Perry. All of the contestants spoke on the same topic, "Speak Up for America." As winner, Sidney Glatcow won the Dale Carnegie Public Speaking Scholarship. V Drama Class Presents "Phantom Tiger". Every year the drama class presents a play. This year their performances in the "Phantom Tiger" sur- passed all previous ones. The play was a mystery- comedy. The leading roles were taken by Rebecca Spinka, lulius Draznin, and Bernard Dukelsky. Miss Konkowski once again did a mervelous job in directing the play. Fisk Auditorium was completely sold out for both performances. CLASS NIGHT COMMITTEE 36 0 CLASS NIGHT lt was the eve of Friday, Ianuary 24, l94l. Hearts were quickened and faces were flushed. Two by two came the graduates into the hal- lowed Fisk Auditorium from which have passed into the world so many such as these to become the country's great. Swishing formals, tuxedos, and orchids were quite commonplace. Fisk Auditorium was adorned in its best, with the rows of flowers lending an air of sparkling gaiety to the hall. Suddenly, the lights dimmed, a hush came over the audience, and once again Class Night began. The curtains suddenly parted and the cordial face of Harold Brooks, master of cere- monies, greeted the Tuley students and visitors. William Fishground, vice-president, opened the ceremonies by delivering a welcoming ad- dress. Following this were the inspiring Hatchet Orations, given by Sidney Glatcow and Leo- nard Fromkin. Leonard Smart, Muriel Paradies, and Ruth Sandman rendered vocal solos, while Margaret Gellat and lohn Buchholz each gave piano solos. Then a novel musical comedy called "Fish," was presented. Continuing the "light fantastic program" was the well-received "In a Garden," featuring those two superb players, Sid Glatcow and Phyllis Shiner. Bringing to a smashing close the evening's program was a new and original Truth and Consequences, in which the audience took a part. Time passed much too fast, and too soon the curtains were drawn. A happy, jovial crowd completed their evening of festivity by dancing in our own Kopp Gym. 27 GET ACQUAINTED DANCE "Hello loe, whadcla-yuh know?" And, with this familiar phrase uttered another couple went out upon the dance floor, and another friendship was all the more closely cemented. For that was the very purpose of the most im- portant dance in Tuley's history, the first "Get Acquaintedu dance ever given by a senior class. The idea of the dance lay in the fact that, with so many classmates never getting to know one another very well because the class was so large, many of the boys were a bit shy in asking a girl to the senior affairs. So, to both hot and sweet music, music of the famous Tuley "Rhythm Boys," Lee Bein- horn, Iohnny Buckholtz, Sol Amster, and George Singer, the seniors spent a very enjoy- able afternoon. But it was more than an ordin- ary dance for it helped more than anything else to draw the class together. That was its pur- pose, and the question of whether this brain- child of Mr. Tingley, class sponsor, Irene Pietrucha, chairman of the dance, and the rest worth their efforts is of the committee was adequately answered by the number attending the dance. HA iS T I 1 Q iuiniliwlsilsg PROGRAM PERF ORMERS 37 Qu QW Vet' weol m0q'ivOt Pl I I Semen is Zocfwm We embark upon lite with open minds and brave hearts due to the guidance ot the faculty, which has been invaluable in preparing us to meet the outside world with courage and intelligence. For four years they have Worked to prepare us so that We will not tail. To Mr. Tingley, who is the very embodiment ot kindliness, consider- ation and quiet determination, we Wish to convey our gratitude. He has been tireless in his ettorts to smooth our paths, and We have no Words with which to express our sincere appreciation. V. FESSLER S. DUBOW ,Q ..,,,, X A. BURLINGAME ' O : l. MCGILL H. BAKER ig, M. LEE S. GREENBERG t .f-1i "'A'i't 'i ' illu i "' V I ..i:'Qr2'-i i ., .. t . i i' .,. 38 B1 'FK M. OMALLEY S. PRITIKIN , ,L,, A, E is -'M ... 2. - ' in Z im: A A 2, B. NEEDHAM I. NELSON nf' W L, SCHAFFER E. WEILER .......1 I. PERDUE M. ROBERTS . U I ENN my fl, it f 'Q V' I ff 1 f , I I 5 5 fd JULIUS MATLIN PRESIDENT PATSY MURPHY VICE PRESIDENT HELEN PENZINSKI SECRETARY 40 E , X BILL MILLER TREASURER Saad Qawwwbffee Wdeflzazmzm 5 QZM4 gwjm ag: mm Qammbillee Gap mmf Qmm Qcwmfzdillee JOSEPH I.. ABRAMS "Professor" Baseball, Gold Pin, Honor Society, Drarnatics. Clubs: Physics, Math., Fencing, Latin, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a chemi- cal engineer. PQ! LGVERNE AKESON "Lovely l-lall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a successful ofrice worker or file clerk. ROSALIE MADELEINE ALSTER "Roe" Silver Pin, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Math., Charm, Ambition: To be happy. PAYE F. ALTER "Babe" l-lall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Charm, Math. Ambition: To be successful and happy. l 4 ELEANOR ALTMAN ff X, if Bookroom, Log Representative, Publicity Committee of Classics v?l":'w E3 K Club, G.A.A. "T" Winner, Silver Pin, Mixed Chorus. Clubs' G.A.A., Math., Classics, Social Science. Ambition: To be suci cessful and happy throughout my life. ,. DOROTHY MARIE ANDERSON "Dottie" Review Representative, Festival Chorus Letter, Girls' Chorus, Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Biology, Social Science. Ambition: To go to Moser Business College and become C1 proficient secretary. JEAN LOUISE ANDERSEN "Jeanie" Silver Pin Winner, Clubs: Art. Ambition: To study commercial ,,,, ' art. '3 AMu.1A AN1'oNczAx "Milne" f Hall Guard, Usherette, G.A.A. Representative, Stage Prompter. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success. V, 4 vlll 'iZg,'Z"g" . 1 -13203: S RUTH LILLIAN ANTONSON' "S d " we e Life Guard, G.A.A, Letter, Treasurer G.A.A., G.A.A. Rrepre- sentative. Clubs: Social Science, "T" Club, G A A Ambition: To become a successful stenoqrapher or secretary. BERNARD ART Review, Log, Hall Guard. Clubs: Physics, Math., Honor Society, B.A.A., Chess and Checker. Ambition: To be an Accountant. ANN ASHKINAZY Library Assistant. Clubs "Shelly" : G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in whatever I undertake. Fw IRENE BABICS Class Nite Com., Pres. Polish Club, Vice Pres. Polish Students , Federation, Silver Pin Winner, Sec. Polish Club, Chairman Lunchroom Com., Cleanfup Campaign, Treas. Polish Students Federation, Clubs: G.A,A. Polish, "A" Club. Ambition: To attend College and engage in a career. 42 FLORENCE HELEN BABIEI. "Flo" Review Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Iiatin, Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To be an Airplane ilot. IOHN A. BAC "Iohnny Gold Pin Winner, Baseball. Clubs: Latin, Physics, Math., B.A.A. Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer in time of peace and U.S. Army Pilot in time of war. BETTY BALTER "Bosh" Advertising Staff of Log, library Staff, G.A.A. Representative, G.A.A. "T" Winner, Hall Guard. Clubs: Chess and Checkers, Social Science,, Pan American, G.A.A. "T" Club. Ambition: To be successful in any of my future undertakings. Chairman Class Social Com., Hall Guard, Log Representative. Clubs: Polish, Charm, G. A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To own an exclusive dress shop. HELEN 1. BANKA Chorus. Clubs: Polish, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a singer. Girls Chorus, Library Staff, Office Page, Senior Life Guard, Life Saving Badge Winner, Synchronized Swimmer. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be an excellent surgical nurse. DOLORES GRACE BARBEAUX "Frenchy" Lunchroom Hostess. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To do something that is absorbing and not at all routine. IOSEPH I. BARCH "Buckets" Hall Guard, B.A.A. Official, lr. Varsity Basketball Team, ln- tramural Soft Ball, Baseball, Indoor Champs of "4U," Ice Skat- ing Team of "40". Clubs: B.A.A., Classics, Social Science. Ambition: To go to college and obtain a position as coach or physical education teacher. dm' FLORENCE MAGDELLAN BARNAK "Lola" Q neu Guard. curbs. GAA., Polish. Ambition: To be Q Air EA 3 Hostess and take a trip to Honolulu. "" W 5 BETTY B. BARTLETT "Snooky Class Nite Com., G.A.A. Sport Editor at Sabin, Usherette, Review Representative. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To get fur- ther than l've gotten this far. ED. W. BARTNICK "Chick" S Sr Varsit Basketball Team Baseball Hall Guard Clubs: 'Ellie ,:Ea51?iEf . y , V - B.A.A. Ambition: Make good in the business world. ..,.,, - ROBERT B. BASKIN "Bob' Gold Pin winner. Clubs: Fencing, Latin, Math., Physics, - B.A.A., Honor Society, Camera. Ambition: Lawyer. 3 ist if . We 2 43 ADELYNE PATRICIA BANAS "Del' EVELYN W. BARAN "Eve' VIVIAN ANN BATTY "Vee" Silver Pin winner. Clubs: Festival Chorus, Girl's Chorus Letter Winner, Biology, Social Science. Ambition: To become a proficient secretary. JUNE BEINHORN Review Typist. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club, Charm, Drama Social Science. Ambition: To teach kindergarten. MARY ANN BELETSKY "Dopey" Librarian, Tuley Review Representative, Lunchroom Hostess. Clubs: Camera, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become successful in what ever I undertake. -sl' KATHLEEN BELL Hall Guard, Review Representative, Lunchroom Hostess. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Latin, Social Science, Travel, Bowling. Ambition: To be a success in all my undertakings. IEANETTE M. BENIAMIN "Benjie" Librarian, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: Classics, G.A.A., G.A.A. "T" Winner, Silver Pin Winner, Honor Society, Social Science. Ambition: To be a High School gym teacher or a civil service secretary. ii ARLENE E. BERGER " Hall Guard, Library Staff, Chorus. Clubs: Travel, Charm, French, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a Humorist writer. 'X LUCILLE BERMAN "Lu" Orchestra, Review Letter, Sec. Classics Club, Silver Pin Win- I . ner, Sec. Physics Club, SV2 year graduate, Clubs: Travel, - W Physics, Math., Classics, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To E -"-'- I S' teach music in Public School. N A .,.. - f ,-,.' 'i l CONSTANCE EVELYN BERNTSEN "Connie" "9 Usherette, Library Staff, Office Staff, Girls Chorus. Clubs' : A Club, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become cr 2 r A good Stenotypist and business machine operator. RUTHE BERNSTEN "R" Review Reporter. Clubs: Charm, Art, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a pediatrician ibaby doctorl. ANDREW BIELAT Hall Guard, Clubs: Physics, B.A.A. Ambition: Tool and Die maker. EDWARD IOSEPH BIERUT "Ed" Hall Guard, Lunchroom Guard, Honor Society. Clubs: Polish, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a successful criminal lawyer and always be merry. 5 LOUIS B. BLACK "Blackie" Hall Guard, Ir. Varsity Basketball Team, '40 lntermural Free Throw Champ., '38 and '39 Intramural Basketball, Football and Softball Champs. Clubs: Spanish, Social Science, "A" Club, B.A.A. Ambition: To coach a college basketball team. 44 R 8 I EVELYN PATRICIA BLUNKA "Patsy" Hall Guard, Gold Pin Winner, G.A,A. Representative, G.A.A. "T" Winner. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, Polish, G.A.A. ti Ambition: To be a private secretary, a movie actress or work is in a publishing concern. A' if ., 3 VIRGINIA HARRIET BOBINSKI "Virg Hall Guard, Silver Pin Winner, Assistant Circulating Mgr. of Review. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club. Ambition: Operatic career. CLARE BOGEL "Tile" Library Staff. Clubs: Physics, French, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in all the things I do. 'Fr X ADELINE BORTA "Dimples' G.A.A. Champion Volley Ball Player, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Pin Winner, Tuley Review Reporter. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a secretary. , : .,., ,I Tis? If: FLORENCE ROSALIE Bonucxt "Bubbles" K, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: Charm, "A" Club, Polish, . K J .1 in ,ii x G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in anything I undertake. A at l ,.,. . In ll A W K HELEN MAE BOUWMAN "Blondie" fri' if A .ff Hall Guard, Review Representative. Clubs: Camera, Classics, 4 I 2. fi ..,. , f zu G.A.A., "A" Club, Social Science. Ambition: To be successful if F' .54 ' Q 4 in whatever I undertake as my life work. Z ., 95,3 5 5 il ,. si is 4, 1 r f an. ,. 'Lit . A5513-1.1 MARCELLA IVIABLE BOWDEN "Marce" Orchestra, Hall Guard, Lunchroom Hostess, Review Represen- tative. Clubs: Camera, Classics, Social Science, G.A.A. SHIRLEY SHIRI. BOYD "Shin" Hall Guard, Review Representative, Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, Chess and Checkers, "A" Club, G.A.A. Am- bition: To be a good secretary. . , if BERNICE HELEN BRANCHE "Niece" f A Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, French. W - Q ,E Ambition: To become experienced in Beauty Culture. ' .,, MARIORIE VIRGINIA BRANDT "Dixei' I Log Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Review Represen- tative, Senior Class Play. Clubs: Social Science, Physics, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful as a model or in any other venture. IEROME BRESSLER "Muscles" , an 4- Senior Class Play, Puppets. Clubs: Camera, Harmonica, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in any field I choose to enter. LA VERNE L. BRESSLER Hall Guard, Lunchroom Hostess, Girls' Chorus. Clubs: T, C. Hwy.: -,E V Lassies, Red Cross, Charm, G.A.A. 'Mil' ' 1.21, tt as 4. 45 '-fi .gs "w-,, . Q tiif fiiii A W ,. A Q I . ,. 7 ' 2 71 : 'Mi ' v. ...,, , 55,0 4 -1 ,. M w... ,wf.12's-fgigx Saws? 9 ,, Mn. .M if-1 fb LORRAINE MILDRED BRICKMAN "Brickie" Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Latin, "A" Club, G.A.A., Sewing, Social Science. Ambition: Typist and file clerk. ETHEL BRINKMAN "Ethie G.A.A. Representative, Gold Pin Winner, Library Staff, G.A.A. Silver Pin. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Go to college and become a school teacher or to continue my piano lessons and may become a piano teacher. ROSE BROMBERG "Arby" Hall Guard, G.A.A. Letter Winner, Dancing, G.A.A. Represen- tative. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., "T" Club, Pan American, Girls Chorus. Ambition: To be a "qualified" secretary. ADELINE I. BROMIERSKI "Honey' Social Science Club. Ambition: To receive a good position and be successful in future life. IANE BRONIEWICZ "lay" Clubs: G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To be a success in the busi- ness world. CHARLOTTE MURIEL BROWN Clubs: Classics. Ambition: To b School teacher. GGSOC "Chuckie" ial worker or a High CORINNE H. BROWNER "Cory" G.A.A. Letter Winner, Chairman of Classics Program Corn., -' ' Gold Pin Winner, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: T. C. Lassies, W Latin Classics, Chess and Checkers, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: Teacher or Laboratory Technician. GLADYS I. BRUHN "Gibby" Hall Guard. Clubs: Pan American, French, Charm, G.A.A., Camera. Ambition: Dress Designer or Merchandise Buyer. RALPH EDWARD BRUHN B.A.A. Clubs: Physics. Ambition: Aeronautical Engineer, Pilot and inventor. HELEN ANN BUCZKOWSKI "Butch" G.A.A. Representative, Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a private secretary. DON D. BURDASH " Mouse" Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: Be active and alert in the business world. PAULINE ANNA CALANDRA "Candy' Hall Guard, Festival Chorus, Hospitality Committee. Clubs: 2 Q Red Cross, G.A.A., Americanism, Latin, Glee, Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To be a typist. gL'9-P a 46 IAMES P. CARDIS BETTY CASPER EMILY FRANCIS CHERREY Swimming, Basketball. Clubs: B.A.A. good trade and get a good job. Girls Chorus, Silver Pin Winner, tative. Clubs: Red Cross, G.A.A., To have, what I have not. "Greek" Ambition: Learn a "Betts" G.A.A. Alternate Represen- Social Science. Ambition: Hall Guard, Tuley Review Representative, G.A.A. Represen- tative. Clubs: Polish, Charm, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambi- IU- W tion: Receptionist, Literary Achievements. ELAINE VIOLET CI-IICY secretary. STELLA FRANCES CIGOY "Sty" Tuley Review Representative, Division Room Representative, Lunch Room Hostess, Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: I want to be an A No. l. Stenographer or Secretary. HARRIET ALICE CIUPIK "H ' arrie Clubs: Polish, Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a success in the Business World. BERNARD SIDNEY COHEN "Moses" Class Prom Committee, Fire Marshal, Review Reporter. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Camera, Chess and Checker, Ambition: To be a Mechanical Engineer. ESTHER B. COHEN "Essie' Hall Guard, Review Representative, G.A.A. Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm. Ambition: To be happy, healthy, pros- perous and successful in all my undertakings. MYRTLE GERTRUDE COHEN "Myrt" Hall Guard, Library Assistant, Review Representative. Clubs: Social Science, Library, Drama, G.A.A. Ambition: To be suc- cessful in any undertakings of my future years. SAMUEL L. COHEN "Sam" Baseball Team, Fire Marshal, Capt. Hall Guards, Safety Mar- shal, B.A.A. Representtive and Medal Winner, Honor Roll. Clubs: Charm, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a C.P.A., a good court reporter or a successful business man. 4 To be a private secretary. DOROTHY SHIRLEY CHRISTIE ARDINE FLORENCE CI-IISHOLM "Chick" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., "A", Social Science. Ambition: "Squeek " Y G.A.A. Representative, Synchronized Swimming. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To study medicine. G.A.A., Polish, Charm, "A" Club. Ambition: Qui ,vw "Dimples" To become cz if fe R li EDDIE DEERFIELD Class Nite Com., Fire Marshal, Safety Engineer, B.A.A. Medal Winner, Sports Editor of Review, Literary Staff of Log, Honor Society. Clubs: Fencing, Radio, B.A.A., Dramatics, Harmoni- ca. Ambition: A position in any branch of journalism. WILMA DELI "Willie Nillien Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be an office clerk and travel around the world. RUSSELL EUGENE DE MARCH! "Goan" B.A.A. Medal Winner, Hall Guard. Ambition: To do a good job in my life work, be happy and keep the friends I am most fortunate to have. IOSEPHINE MILDRED DE MARCO Review Represntative, G.A.A. Representative, Room Delegate, Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a secretary. SHIRLEY ARLENE COHEN "Curley" Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club. Ambition: To be an opera singer. IACK L. COLE Sr. Basketball Team, Sec. Treas. of B.A.A., Gold Medal for Fencing. Clubs: Fencing, Honor Society, B.A.A. NORMA COOPER Cap and Gown Com., Review Reporter, Student Council Rep- resentative, Safety Representative. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To b a good doctor. ROSE CHRISTANUS G.A.A. Representative, Honor Roll, G.A.A. Letter Winner. Clubs: Physics, G.A.A. Classics. Ambition: To work in a busi- ness office or be a stewcirdess on an airline. FRANCES MARY CZARNOWSKI "Fritz" Clubs: Charm, G.A.A., Polish, "A" Club. Ambition: To be an office or store clerk. ELEANOR MARIE DEC HKUTY Review Representative, Festival Chorus, G.A.A, Representa, tive, Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish: G.A.A. Ambition: To be an orchestra singer. Vik Y fs k . JACK 1. maurscr-1 "Cannonball" 53, rf,-gg Hall Guard, lntramural Football, Baseball Champs, lr. Var- 'K F f f sity Basketbll Team. Clubs: B.A.A., "A" Club, Social Science, qt! Ambition: To become a successful salesman. MORRIS A. DLUGIE i'D1Usiei' Fire Marshall, Review Reporter, Safety Engineer, Hall Guard, V ii' 4-is B.A.A. Official, Room Delegate, Stage Mgr. Ambition: To be I ""' -.'i:-- f 154 JT' M -as ,K successful in rny undertakings. . i x Q - , ... , ,E : f-". if ' M3345 -ii. f- it i jg -. I Q: at ml --ti : f X M: i i?' EV: yogi i .5 ,X g- : I LYDIA IOANNE DOMBROWSKI "Lee" Library Staff, Hall Guard, Review Representative, Log Rep- resentative, Festival Chorus Letter Winner. Clubs: Sec. Polish, G.A.A., Charm. Ambition: To become an efficient Private Secreary. BERNARD DORKEN "Berny" Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., "A" Club. Am- bition: To be a happy, successful bookkeeper. IULIUS N. DRAZNIN "Yudie" Class Nite Com., Ass't. Editor of Review, Orchestra, Sr. Class Play, Sports Ed. '39. Clubs: B.A.A., Charm, Physics, Fencing, Pres. Radio Club. Ambition: To succeed in whatever l set out to do. Wm: STEPHANIE DRONSKI Hall Guard, Review Representative, Past Treasurer Polish Club, Polish Student's Federation Secretary. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a good stenographer and Bookkeeper. ri. is . te Q , . .. 'ig x A-tin t 4 ,t , ' ADELINE BARBARA DRYNIAK "Adie" X r -A Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Travel, Charm. Ambition: V, Q To be a success in all undertakings. ff :gi .-" . : ' f 7 , f , , BERNARD nuxzisxy 'farrrryrrrore' - frfrv ,V Class Night Com. "Phantom Tiger", Honor Society, Gold Pin " Winner, Sr. Basketball Team, Varsity Tennis Team, Hall :" ,, Guard. Clubs: Classics, Math., Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To ' become a very fine actor. ISABEI. MARY DURAND "lackie" Librarian, Review Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Honor Roll, Classics Club President. Clubs: Camera, G.A.A., Chess and Checker, Social Science, Classics. Ambition: To Q be a nurse. ALICE I. DUTCHER "Penny" Lunchroom Hostess, Treasurer in Home Management, Dele- gate at Bancroft. Clubsz. G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: Be a Missionary in Home or Foreign Fields. JOAN THERESE DYMOWSKI "lan" Hall Guard, Clubs: Charm, Classics, G.A.A., Social Science, "Seekers." Ambition: A successful business career, or to be a novelist. WITOL WALTER DZIEM "Shorty 'Track Team, Swimming, Medals in B.A.A. Clubs: Polish, Phy- sics,, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: Go to business college, become accountant and travel around the world. BENIAMIN EISENBERG B.A.A., Physics, Fencing, Bowling, French "A" Club. Ambi- tion: To become a C.P.A. DOLORES ELKIN "Laurie" Hall Guard. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a nurse. 49 NORMAN I. ELKIN Clubs: B.A.A., Latin, Classics, Math., Travel. Ambition: To be a figure in the political or musical world. DOROTHY IEANNE EPPSTENE "Dottie" Drama, Hall Guard, Volly Ball. Ambition: To be in any field and to travel extensively. ELVERA MARIE FABRO "Vera" Cap and Gown Com., Review Representative, Art Staff of Log, Librarian, Gold Pin Winner, Honor Society. Clubs: French, Charm, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be an interpreter A sh or social worker. is IULIAN WALTER FALECKI "Whitey" Basketball Letter, Tuley Review Photographer, B,A.A., Medal, Track Team. Clubs: Classics, Physics, Polish, "A" Camera. Ambition: To go to Wright and later lllinois for a medical COLIIS9. ' fb' VIRGINIA FAUGHT "Ginny" Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club. is J 1 Ambition: I would like to sing on the radio, or be a recep- E1 W ' Y tionist. -lnlu 5 nonznr n. rzrnnnnc "Bobby" ,ix If Q, 4A Delegate, Honor Roll. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., Math. l 'H -' Ambition: To be a successful business man in anything I 55 5 i Rl 5" undertake. 53' . ANDREW IOHN FEISCI-IL "Fish" Hall Guard, Bancroft Touch Tackle Team. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To be one of the head draftsmen in some large aeronautical plant. ANNA MAE FELDMAN "Ann" Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: My ambition is to be a bookkeeper. lik 4 if SAM HYMAN FELDMAN Orchestra, Hall Guard, Clubs: B.A.A,, Fencing. Ambition: N To be a doctor. 5 it 'f 3 HONETTE FIDELMAN 'Honey' Library Assistant, Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Chess and Checker, G.A.A., Civic League, Latin, Pan American League. Ambition: Private secretary or social service worker. "Blackboy" SAM rms C c Class Prom Com., Co-Capt. Tennis Team, Letter Winner. Clubs: Classics, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a successful business man. ,W .. ,....... ANTOINETTE E. FISHER "Toni" Class Nite Com., Hall Guard, Lunchroom Hostess. Clubs: d desi ner, fashion- .gT,,.5QQ" 1 ifffff5?i'1F - . ri 35' wi Q Ziff 'aafazssif 1 Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a ress g able seamstress, or a good housewife. , i t WILLIAM I-'ISHMAN "Fishy" Class Night Com., Hall Guard, Lieutenant oi Hall Guards, Baseball Team, B.A.A. Representative, Sabin Glee Club. Clubs: Charm, l3,A.A., French, Music Appreciation, Ambition: To see every point of interest in the world. Fire Marshall, Hall Guard. Clubs: Drama, B.A.A., Ambition: To travel around the world, to help mankind and to be a leader among men, SHIRLEY I-'LANSBERG "Shirl" G.A.A. Representative, Silver Pin Winner, Girls' Chorus. Clubs: French, G.A.A. Ambition: Besides the desire to be a good citizen at all times, I Want to be an A-l secretary for some nice employer. ESTHER FLICKER "Essie' Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Camera. Ambition: To be a success in the business world. MARGARET FORMAN "Marge" Vice Pres. G.A.A., 2nd Gold Pin, Safety Engineer, Usherette, G.A.A. Pin and Letter, Honor Society Play, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Charm, Physics, Honor Society, "T" Club. Ambition: To be successful in any undertaking. Hall Guard, Librarian, Girl's Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Social Science. Ambition: Librarian and for second choice do office work. IRENE MARIE FRANKLIN G.A.A. Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. Social Science. Ambition: To become a private secretary ANNETTE FREIREICH "Skyscraper" i - ' e , ' ' , - V If Rev ew Proof Reader Review L tter 2nd Gold Pin Winner Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representative, Chorus, Clubs: G.A.A., Travel Club Pres., Honor Society, Social Science, "A" Club. Ambition: To succeed in any field of work that l may choose. GERTRUDE LILLIAN FRIED "Gertie" Hall Guard, Library Staff, G.A.A. Pin Winner. Clubs: Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: Iournalistel would like my writing to be in some way connected with radio. ABE S. FRIEDMAN Publicity Director of Log, Literary Staff of Log, Mgr. Tennis Team, Fire Marshal, Hall Guard, Feature Writer of Review. Clubs: Physics, Radio, B.A.A., Charm. Ambition: To be hap- py and successful in all my undertakings. MARVIN FROMKIN Class Prom Com., Business Mgr. of Review, Review Letter. Clubs: French, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a lawyer. LEONARD LEON FRUMKIN "LennY" 4B Hatchet Orator, Class Prom Com., Treas. Fencing Club, Sec. Travel Club, Review Representative. Clubs: Travel, B.A.A., Physics, Fencing, Math., Hall Guard, Charm, French. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. with training as an income tax expert. 51 WILLIAM FLACKS "Bill IULIET I. FOX "Judy" MEYER A. I-'UTTERMAN "Mike" Hall Guard. Clubs: Physics, French, Math., B.A.A. Glee, Bowling. Ambition: To become an expert C.P.A. ANNE GABRIEL "Gabby Life Guard, G.A.A., Representative, Review Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A., Social Science, "A" Club. Ambition: Dress Designer. EUGENE STANLEY GALKOWSKI "Gene" Delegate Polish Federation, Sec. Polish Club, Vice Pres. Polish, Club. Clubs: B. A.A. Ambition: To own a home of my own and always be secure in the future. EDWARD ALEXANDER GALL "Co-co' Silver Pin Winner, B.A.A. Medal Winner, Honor Society. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish, Social Science. Ambition: To have health, wealth and happiness throughout my life. FLORENCE T. GALLINGER "I-'lossie" Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, "A" Club. Ambition: To be a beauty operator. b ask tx . Fi Y 4 ELSIE ANNA GARAND "Windy' Hall Guard, Book Room Assistant. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Charm, "A" Club. Ambition: To be a beauty operator. ELAINE V. GEISEN Review Statf, G.A.A., "T" Vtiinner, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Classics, Sabin Chorus. Ambition: To be an efficient and successful secretary. FRANCES GILBERT "Gillie" Review Representative, Student Librarian, Hall Guard, Hos- pitality Committee. Clubs: Classics, French, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To succeed in the business world and to make a success of my life. CATHERINE GEDDES GILROY G.A.A. Tournaments. Clubs: G,A.A. Ambition: To be a suc- cess in business. Ku. NANCY G. GILROY Clubs: French, G.A.A. Ambition: Train hostess. HELEN R. GLAIT G.A.A., Representative, Safety Engineer, Honor Society, Re- view Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: French, G,A.A. Charm, Travel. Ambition: To become an English teacher. 1 TILLIE T. GOLDEN "T.G. G.A.A. Letter and Pin, Hall Guard, Librarian, G.A.A. Repre- sentative. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Social Science, Girls' Glee Club, Red Cross. Ambition: Social worker. 52 'egg . Eb . ...Ei ' I ,I 4 1-v...,,. VIVIAN GORELICK secretary. GEORGE GREENBERG business man. IOANNA ANNA GREENER whatever l undertake. ' it 1 itxfix x W To travel. HELGA ELSIE GRIESBACH 4, signer. ANN E. GRIGER LORRAINE GROCH Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Biology. Ambition: To become an efficient secretary and to travel extensively. ARNOLD ALLAN GROSS "Arnie" B.A.A. Official, Iunior Basketball Team. Clubs: B.A.A. Arn- bition: To be a business man. PAUL HAGIST Clubs: B.A.A., Social Science, Latin. Ambition: To get into the field of refrigeration. EDWARD PETER HAIEC Intramural Track, Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Swimming. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To see the world. IRENE F. HALL "lice" . Review Representative, Silver Pin Winner, Festival Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a private secretary. - Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. a successful secretary. Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a private "Dudie" Hall Guard, Baseball Team, Swimming, Iunior Red Cross Life Saver. Clubs: B.A.A., Drama. Ambition: To be a successful "Ioan-Toots" Review Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: Camera, Classics, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To become successful in LEONARD MARTIN GREENSPAN "Greents" Hall Guard, Classics Club President. Clubs: B.A.A., Classics, Physics, Math, Chess and Checker, Social Science. Ambition: Clubs: "A" Club. Ambition: To be a successful dress de- isa' . as MORRY M. HALPERIN "Mo' Mgr. Sr. Basketball Team, Capt. Bowling Team, Cheer Leader, I Drama, Puppet, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. and have V A a business of my own. ,ww ...Z 53 Log Staff. Clubs: Physics, Social Science, Fencing, Bowling, ,X "Anicka" Ambition: To be ', ff : in t 3 - , :Z ' I. V . ,,., xt: I ix. K QQSQP FLORENCE ALICE HANNETT "Flo" Life Guard, Synchronized Swimmer. Ambition: School teacher. LILLIAN HANSEN "Blondie" Review Representative, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Pin Winner. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Stenographer. HUGH OWEN HARRIS "Speedy" Hall Guard, Festival Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Pan American, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a well known writer, al- ways do right by God, man and my country. PEARL HARRIS "Pearlie" Class Prom Com., Review Editor at Sabin, Pres. G.A.A., Vice Pres. Charm Club, Sec. Physics Club, Honor Society, Pres. Council, Sec. Clean-Up Campaign, Review Letter, G.A.A. Letter, Fire Marshal, Log Staff. Clubs: "T", Math, French. Ambition: To make history. MARCIA IEAN HARTZELL . Silver Pin, Hall Guard, Review Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., g Biology, Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful secre- tary. IOHN P. I-IASKIN B.A.A. Ambition: Aeronautical engineer. LAURA HAURE "ings" WM , A , Log Art Staff, Art Ed. Review, Fire Marshal, 5 Art Scholar- ' , .I rv ships, Art Ed. Clean-Up Campaign, Girls' Chorus, Librarian, , A ffc Hall Guard, Honor Society, Sec. French Club. Clubs: French, my Riva., - i Charm, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Commercial artist. . cmmz HAYDEN "Nan" v, S Hall Guard, Orchestra, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: Social H Science, G.A.A., Pan-American, Chess and Checker. Ambi- f . in tion: To get a B.A. degree. it if 4 .,. y 3 CHARLES ROBERT HAYES "Chuck" ,..- 5- A N S x Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in the business bf 55' g., world. . Sf., . .... . .Q tg Q El-N5 E- H591-UND "Swede" 'li "i' -:" 1 1 Hall Guard, Business Staff of Log, Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: I "'4" . .3 2 G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful steno- "" ' i"' 3 ' "': 35" it E grapher. '5 S DOROTHY D. HEIZLER "Little One" 5: f 53 Review Reporter, Advertising Staff of Log, G.A,A. Pin, Log ' Representative, Safety Engineer. Clubs: French, Charm, G.A. F ,L '-1' A., Social Science. Ambition: To be an Ancient History i X' 'Q P ieqcher, y . ',': j ETHEL L. HENKLE "Duchie" ' Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: Social Science, Library, G.A.A. t it Ambition: To be a social worker. 54 EVELYN I-IERSHFIELD "Hershy" I' News Editor Tuley Review, Review Letter Winner, Honor So- ciety, Gold Pin Winner, Clean-Up Campaign, Branch Chair- man. Clubs: G.A.A,, Social Science, Travel, Ambition: To x Q- make others happy. if BEVERLY Hsnsxovrrz "Bev" Hall Guard, Librarian, Bookkeeping Certificate. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, G.A.A., Red Cross. Ambition: To travel and be a success in all my undertakings. NADIA O. HLADY "Nadi" .t 1. Hall Guard, Polish Club Committee, Polish Club Treasurer, 5 K , ' ' All School Committee. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To my K reach the success of a highly experienced beauty operator, ' 1? 1 and in due time, have a beautiful salon of my own. H DOROTHY HOHENSTEIN "Dot" ' Office Page, Sec. of Fire Marshals, President of Charm Club, T, wt Silver Pin, Review, Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be J a good secretary. Iili I SHIRLEY RUTH HORWITZ "Shirt" Orchestra Letter, Review Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: Travel, Social Science, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: Piano teacher. FRANK A. HUDSON Clubs: Travel, Spanish, B.A.A. Ambition: Forestry or aviation. BERNICE HUDASH "Bern" Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition To be a Chem- istry teacher. RICHARD IRWIN HURWITZ "Dick Art Staff of Log, Phantom Tiger Publicity, Clean-Up Carn- paign Publicity, Intramural Teams. Clubs: Spanish, B.A.A. Ambition: Songwriter. RALPH GEORGE IPCINSKI "Ippi" Silver Pin Winner, Pres. Social Science Club, B.A.A. Medal Winner, Honor Society. Clubs: Polish, B.A.A. Ambition: Be healthy and get a good job. CHARLOTTE IRENE IVERSON "Ivy" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club, Horseback Riding. Ambition: To become a secretary. KATE ROSALYN IACOBSON "Kay" Festival Chorus, Hall Guard, Chorus "T", Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Chess and Checkers, G.A.A., Social Science, Biology, Riding. Ambition: To became successful in my career as a secretary. VIOLET IACOBY Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful. 55 Q 'X EVELYN MARGRET IAKIMOWICZ "Iackie" in 'P V Gfiice Page. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, Charm, I ' Travel. Ambition: To be a nurse. . l'l is gi- , SOPHIE KAY IAKUBIK "Kimo" 'R Chorus. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: Dress designer or just a plain housewife. As a sideline, just a little dancing. in E' MARY JEAN IAKUBOVICH "lackie" ' Hall Guard, Librarian, G.A.A. Representative, Chorus. Clubs: I Charm, Polish, Seekers, G.A.A., Social Science, Red Cross. as Ambition: To be a brilliant costume designer. A OLGA I.'IANAS "Jackie ' Polish Club. Ambition: I would like to be a dress designer. 5 in 'S an it ni 1 xml 5+ Qu. E P we 1 ' fQ ..,:g rf-. l xx kathy ' -'.. I I VIRGINIA IUNE IANIK "Ginny" .5 Hall Guard, Librarian, Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: Biology, Q, 'gn Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in any 51' nerd I Choose. ROSE A. IANKOWSKI "Storkie Second Gold Pin Winner, Hall Guard, Review Typist, Ban- croft Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a ballerina. SOPHIE ADELINE IANKOWSKI "Dimples" Hall Guard, Review Representative, Review Reporter at Ban- :Q croit, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: Polish, GAA. Ambition: To b a stenographer. BERNARD STEVE IAROSZ "Mickey" ,iss m Polish Club. Ambition: Aviator in the United States Army Air :' Corps. . . K mA M. mwoncxs I Hall Guard, Safety Engineer, Librarian, Program Com., Chair- A : In man oi Classics Club. Clubs: Social Science, Biology, Chess . and Checkers, Camera, Classics, Vocabulary, G.A.A. Am- ' "'- . ,..,.-, bition: Vfriter-and successful in anything I try. ' . . ...,. ADELINE L. IOHNSON Business Mgr. of Review at Bancroft, Capt. Hall Guard, Re- ' . Cl b : Social Sci- view Representative, Lunchroom Hostess u s ence, French, Charm, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: undecided. ROY LAWERENCE JOHNSON B.A.A. Medal Vtfinner. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambi- tion: To be an accountant. IERRY IOURAWENKA "ler" Class Nite Committee, Gold Pin Winner, '40 and '41 Adver- tising Mgr. of Review. '39 and '40 Ass't Business Mgr. of Review, Clean-Up Campaign Publicity, Phantom Tiger Pub- licity, Review Letter. Clubs: Sabin Chorus, B.A,A. Ambition: To become a great music writer. 56 W MARY F. KAGAN Class Social Committee, Silver Pin Winner, X'Vomen's Club Chairman of Clean-Up Campaign, Class Play, Literary Staff of Log, Radio, Christmas and P.-T.A. Plays. Clubs: French, Social Science, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To make the world a happier place to live in and take Drama as a hobby. MERTON KAHNE "Mickey Editor of Log, Gold Pin Winner, Intramural Baseball Champ, Medal for Fencing. Clubs: Math, Classics, Honor Society, Physics, Fencing, Pres. Council Social Science B.A.A. Am- bition: "Caesar was ambitious and grievously hath Caesar answered it." HELEN V. T. KANASZYC Lite Guard, Hall Guard, Synchronized Swimmer, G.A.A. Rep- resentative. Clubs: Social Science, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: . qi H To be a success in whatever I undertake and to travel ex- Q +1 't tensively. WILBUR A. KANE "Sonny Class Prom Committee, Hall Guard, B.A.A. Medal Winner, '40 Intramural Basketball Champs. Clubs: Classics, Fencing, Social Science, B.A.A, Ambition: To be a C.P:A. 1' 5 . , 3 OLGA KANIUGA "He:G" Hall Guard, Review Representative, G,A.A. Representative, Safety Engineer, Bancroft Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Charm, G.A.A., "A" Club. Ambition: To be a model. BEVERLY B. KAPLAN Hall Guard, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a profitable citizen to my country and my community. l would like to be cz comp- tometer operator. HARRIET D. KAPLAN "Hedy" Class Social Committee, Honor Society, Student Council Rep- resentative. Clubs: Charm, "A" Club, Radio. Ambition: To Q enter the dramatic field of radio work. A in at if fi CYNTHIA MARY KARNEZIS "Connie" X Hall Guard, Lunchroorn Hostess. Clubs: Social Science, "A" y . f Club, Charm, French, G.A.A. Ambition: Authoress. , :A . NN ANNE SUSAN KASAREWSKI "Susie" Gold Pin Winner, Review Representative, Clean-Up Book '40, Art Staff of Log, Hall Guard, Honor Society. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a commercial artist. VERA I. KASPER Silver Pin Winner, Honor Society. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: I wish to be a bookkeeper or a typist. X ,,., . W, , 1. A , ADELLE KAY "litterbug" A ff':f:"ii'E-', Hall Guard, G.A.A. Pin Vtfinner. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a stenographer. - . , , ::' 5, D, t Homes ici-:MP "Kempie Boy" . 5 5 rn CD E. O '1 ou Q U1 77' T, o' Fl ei 0 9 5 H :s Q' Q El s: H 3 Ui Q. 5 3 If H Q t: Q H 9- Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To work in the Post Office. , x ig M M 1. 'ian S xv . ...,.. .. - , .f 1 9... A in .1 EQ in 1 Ei a A 5 if Al x. vi' . Q Ei . is .. 'H A A . A , . M 1 . ,A . I ., ...f , , , ,eg 1 .s r Eff xk1r,xv!Li:l.r!lt g .5 .xg ' 1 'M' ' tYr.QitYt.f. 12.55, rirgi: V .,,WNg.,,i.a - if ' 5 Aff 4. Tv . .. ' . i H 5' --se. , '- :., E ...n ,K " ie. . sf . . ,Q ,'-, 1 Q IRENE KLEIN Review Reporter, Honor Society. Clubs: French, Charm, A. Ambition: To be a short story writer. HARRIET FRANCES KLIMKIEWICZ Clubs: Classics, Seekers, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a nurse or a radio singer. MARCELLA B. KLOTZ "Mashie" Hall Guard. Clubs: French, Charm, "A" Club, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: I'd like to be a social worker. OHN LEONARD KNAPP I Intramural Swimming, Track, Basketball. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A, Ambition: Traveler. GERTRUDE T. KOEHLER "Gerty" Hall Guard, Lite Saver, G.A.A. Ambition: Get a good job, own a fur coat, and play on a girls' basketball team. STELLA IEAN KOMAR Girls' Chorus Letter Winner, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representa- tive, G.A.A. Letter Winner. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, Charm, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To really be a secretary. OLGA FRANCES KIELBASA "Ierry" Class Prom Committee, Chairman of Hall Guard Captains, Open House Com. of Polish Club, Service Dance Committee. Clubs: Travel, G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To visit Hawaii. HELEN I. KIRKWOOD "Kirkie" Log Representative, Review Representative, Girls' Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a private secretary and travel. JULIA KIRSTEIN Editor of Review, Gold Pin Winner, '40 Clean-Up Campaign Branch Chairman, Hall Guard, Library Staff, Review Letter Vtlinner. Clubs: Travel, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To really make that trip to Texas. IRENE SOPHIE KISLA Hall Guard Clubs: Social Science, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a successin everything l undertake. ARNOLD I. KLASS "Arnie" Cap and Gown Committee, Capt. Fire Marshals, B.A.A. Offi- cial, Literary Staff ot Log, Varsity Tennis Team, Chairman of Hall Guard Captains, Ir. Varsity Basketball, Men's Club Chair- man of Clean-Up Campaign, Medal Winner. Clubs: Math, Fencing, B.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be successful and happy in life. 1 EVELYN ESTELLE KLEIN "Lynn' Review Representative, Gold Pin Winner, Chorus Letter Win- ner, Festival Chorus, Pres. Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Biology, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success. Mud., G.A. HI-IGH-yn I S 58 xr LOHETTA ANNE KOPINSKI "Lorrie" G.A.A., Polish Club. Ambition: Practice surgical nursinq. , .- - WANDA HELEN KORCZYNSKI "Corky" W A Hall Guard, Modern Dancing. Clubs: Social Science, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a court reporter or a private secre- , Q tary. tk ,,,, . .V . ' WV xv ADELINE I. KORYTOWSKI "Shorty" t, -fy Hall Guard, Library Assistant, Honor Roll. Clubs: Social Sci- 'ds ence, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a business woman. if-R if E. L 7 ff , DOROTHY RAE Koss "KOSs11ie' " -.,.. ,,,'. , Silver Pin Winner, G.A.A. "T" Winner and Representative, ' ' gif? " f Review Representative. Clubs: French, Charm, Social Science, X Q I A . Z. E gg G.A.A. Ambition: Good pediatric nurse. "Q li? t - 'x"z!IW"" 12 3:53 MILDRED MARY KOZAK "Peanuts" l , Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: 'f E General office clerk. 1 ' . . 5' - ALICE 1. KRAMER . ill Class Nite Com., Review Representative, Sec. G.A.A., Gold Pin Winner, Advertising Mgr. Log, Winner, Log Art Staff. E Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: Commercial artist. RUTH M. KRAMER Class Nite Com., G.A.A. Representative, Vice Pres. G.A.A., Gold Pin Winner, Vice Pres. French Club, Log Art Staff, "T" M mm 5 Winner. Clubs: French, G.A.A., Charm. Ambition: Commer- 6 cial artist. gt, fi P BEN L. KRAVITZ "Ganqy" Class Prom Com., Pres. Council, Fire Marshal, Lieut. Hall Guards, Co-Capt. Ir. Basketball Team, Pres. B.A.A. Basket- ball, Baseball and Football Champs. Ambition: To be a qym teacher and a basketball coach. RUTHE CHARLOTTE KROGER "Kuqel" Librarian, G.A.A. Letter Winner, Silver Pin, Hall Guard. Clubs: Radio, French, Charm, "T" Club, Social Science, G.A. A. Ambition: To be a success in whatever I undertake. X ' "GW EMILY ADELINE KSIAZEK Honor Society. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To be an air hostess. WILFRED IOHN KUHN 5 Qs: Q, In A: ,, A ., Hall Guard, Safety Engineer. Clubs: Physics, Social Science, in 4 ' French, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a naval officer and command a ship. 'uu' 5 . DOLORES LORRAINE KUKLA "Do Do" G.A.A. and Review Representative, Silver Pin Winner, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Letter Winner, Modern Dancinq. Clubs: Social Science, "T" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a stenoqrapher. 59 t ...I r ALEX S. KUKLINSKI "Al" Track Team. Clubs: Physics, Polish, B.A.A. Ambition: Re- search chemist. VIRGINIA H. KULACK "Ginny" Honor Society, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To succeed in what- ever I undertake. ' ' SHIRLEY v. KUNSTMANN ' Safety Engineer, Hall Guard, Silver Pin Winner, Bookkeeping I Award, Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, French, Charm, "A" ,fit Club, Drama, G.A.A. Ambition: Dictaphone operator. I H. Q .. ALICE KUTCHMAN "Kutch" lx Hall Guard, Clean-Up Committee. Clubs: Social Science, L 'Rc G.A.A. Ambition: Beautician. 2 ! 3 BEATRICE LACHMAN "Bea" Hall Guard. Clubs: Red Cross, Social Science, Charm, Glee Club, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: Certified public accountant. MAYOR LACHMAN "Mike" Pres. Fencing Club, Fencing Medal Winner. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., Fencing. Ambition: To be physicist. BETTY LANDES Safety Engineer. Clubs: French, Charm, Travel, Library, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a private secretary. HELEN T. LANDIS G.A.A. Pin Winner, Lunchroom l-lostess, Review Representa- tive, Hall Guard. Clubs: Charm, Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: W ... .t l ti To succeed in anything I undertake. 2, BEATRICE LEIFMAN "Peaches" Class Prom Com., Vice Pres. French Club, Pres. G.A.A., "T" Winner, Gold Pin Winner, Log Staff, Usherette, Clubs: French, Charm, Physics, "T" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To succeed in anything l do in the future. MYRTLE LEMCKE G.A.A., President of Book Worms. ELEANORE LONA LETOVSKY "El" G.A.A. Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, French. Ambi- tion: To become a private secretary to a lawyer. REGINA V. LEWICKE "Riggs" Hall Guard, Mixed Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in my chosen field. ., , 60 is is ' silk . DOROTHY LIBIN "Dot" Class Prom Com., Feature Editor of Review, Pres. French Club, Gold Pin Winner, Fire Marshal, Literary Staff of Log, Sec. G.A.A., Sec. Physics Club, Honor Society. Clubs: Charm, "T" Club, Physics, Math, Art, French. DOROTHY C. LIGMAN "Liggie Review Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard, Phantom Tiger Cast, Hostess, Usherette, Library Staff. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, "A" Club. Am- - bition: To be a stewardess. F- ik f N WINIFRED LIHWITT "Winkle" Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, "A" Club, French. Am- . bition: I hope to become a successful comptometer operator. 'gk I also hope to do a great deal of traveling. X Tuley Review, Gold Pin Winner, Tennis Team, Major Letter. Clubs: Math, Physics, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be an above average chemist. I-'AY LIPSMAN "Blondie" Silver Pin Winner, Gold Pin Winner in Bookkeeping, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, French, Drama. Ambition: To be successful in whatever I undertake. PETER A. LISS Hall Guard. Clubs: Physics, Polish, B.A.A. Ambition: Auto mechanic. VIRGINIA CATHERINE LOUIS "Ginger" il ' G.A.A. Tournaments, Medal Winner, G.A.A. Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Music. Ambition: To be a stenotypist or comptometer operator. ADELLE RENA LUCHEN "Blacky G.A.A. Medal Winner, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Chess and Checker, Social Science. Ambition: To be successful in any thing I undertake. V -. M4 v1-:RA c. MADSEN "sandy" I Clubs: Classics, Chess and Checker, Red Cross, G.A.A., Math. .ff ,:.,, I 5 Ambition: Reporter on the Chicago Tribune. if ' jj A ai ..-ta i . k M HARRY BERNARD MAIL "unch" gg, t . B.A.A. Official, Life Guard, Hall Guard, Lieut. of Fire Mar- if '33 shals, Honor Society. Clubs: Spanish, B.A.A., Physics, Radio, 4 , V , fx Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To be successful in all future undertakings. IOSEPH HAROLD MAITEN "Tex" Fire Marshal, Honor Society, Literary Staff of Log, Log Rep- resentative, Publicity Chairman Clean-Up Campaign. Clubs: Physics, B.A.A. Ambition: Mechanical Engineer. IOHN ALEXANDER MAIEWSKI "lohnny" Intermural Baseball, Clubs: Bowling, B.A.A. Ambition: To become an officer in the U. S. Air Corps. 61 , i it ALBERT L. LIMENES "Ishkabibble" in 'U' -. .,,:- MAGDALENE MANOS "Madge" Hall Guard, G.A.A. Pin Winner, Honor Roll, Clubs: G.A.A., Seekers, Social Science, Charm, Ambition: A successful busi- ness career, as an office clerk. EVE M. MAREK Library Staff, Honor Society, G.A.A. Reporter, Usherette. Q Clubs: Social Science, G.A,A. Ambition: Commercial Artist. Zi: t A Donms DONNA MAncoL1s "Donnie" 1 ' Hall Guard. Clubs: Classics, Chess and Checkers, Math., Red Cross, G.A.A. Ambition: Reporter on the Chicago Tribune. A i as 6, me li - gg? . f 50' . -'t' Q mvmcs 1. MARKIN "Abode 3 SM , Chairman Class Nite Comb Art Editor of Log, Orchestra Letter, 5 Silver Pin Winner, Cleanfup Slogan Contest Winner, Art Staff . ' ' of Review. Clubs: Radio, E,A.A., "A" Club, Charm, French, 'R ' A. Music Appreciation, Art. Ambition To be a "baby" specialist. .A ,,,,l K GERTRUDE MARKOWITZ "Gertie" l Hall Guard. Clubs: Chess and Checkers, Social Science, , ., ... ,gg G.A,A. Ambition: To become a successful stenographer. A at .,.,,. 3 F:-rf i , , ANNE H. Mmixs . 1 'ri 3 Hall Guard. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition To be the mari- - -.,' , f . in ciger oi a large Dept. Store. , 1: A ,-3 Q. if 1 S Q . " MELVIN MARSHAK Hall Guard, lntermural Football, Baseball Champs. Clubs: Spanish, B.A.A., Social Science, "A" Club. Ambition: To get rich quick. VELMA MARY MARTINEZ Girls Chorus, Letter Winner, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representa- tive. Clubs: Social Science, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: Nurse. ANNE L. MARYNACK "Annabelle" Hall Guard. Clubs: French, Polish, Charm, Social Science, ik G.A.A. Ambition: Stewardess. I1 M S al' IRENE HELEN MASER "Tubby" Q Hall Guard, G.A.A. Pin Winner. Clubs: Seekers, Social Science, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To help others as a social Worker. H JULIUS K. MAn.iN , "Julie" ig., 4A Class President, Capt. Hall Guards, Review Letter, Ir. nw Basketball Team, Fire Marshal, Honor Society, Log Staff, Pres. Sabin Student Council. Clubs: Spanish. Ambition: To help boys grow to be real men. A g . LAURETTA AGATHA Mmuszswsxi "Appel" . : Clubs: G.A.A,, Polish. Ambition: To be a secretary. 1- , , 62 --., bnl CURTIS LEE MAYI-'IELD "Curt" :l.. :HP . 4 ---' Clubs: B.A.A. A b" ' ' ' ni ition. To be a commercial artist. MERCEDES HELEN MAYFIELD "Babe' Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a nurse or teacher. HI-Iedyn .51 .1:--' z "' M .iljje I B l ' I ' o ancroft Section of Review, Circulation Mar. Review, Head of Office and Library Bancroft, Hall Guard, Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science Red Cross Dra I 1 ma: Charm. Ambition: To honeymoon in Hawaii. Qt ., Q, iii if "" 5 f. if 4, 5 r 'ii if re, ,V ..,--, 14 HELEN M. Mmronovnz BENNIE MEADOW Business Mgr. of Bancroft Review. Clubs: B,A.A. Ambition: To become a police officer or airplane mechanic. PAUL PHILLIP MEGACZ "M " eezqazz Cap and Gown Com., Honor Society, Silver Pin, Orchestra, Band Cl b C . u sz amera, French, Polish, Chess and Checker, Radio, Math., Physics, Debate. Ambition: To be the nation's best orchestra leader. HERBERT LESLIE MARTIN MENDELSON "A l " nte cpe Prom Com., Basketball Team, Tennis Team Letter, Vice Pres F . encing Club, Hall Guard, Baseball Team, Fire Marshall B.A.A. Official, Review Representative, Loq Advertising Staff, Intramural Volleyball and Football Champs. Clubs' Cl ' . assics, Physics, Math., "A" Club, Chorus. Ambition: To enter and be successful ' ' in research forest preservation. LILLIAN BERNARDINE MESIROW " Review Representative, Review Staff Librarian, Class Play, "Phantom Tiger." Clubs: Physics, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: Efficient nurse. Bernie" FRANCES MARIE MEYERS "Fran" Swimming, Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a secretary. EUGENE IOSEPH MIESZCZAK "Gene" Technician of "Phantom Tiger," Festival Chorus, Mixed Chor- us "T" Winner, Honor Society, B.A.A. Medal Winner. Clubs: "A" Club, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To get the finest education possible and be a business executive or a clergy- man. 'KA Q IEANETTE ELIZABETH MILLAR "len" Life Guard, Review Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Work a while and then who knows? GEORGE MILLER "Eeezey" Class Nite Com., Feature Writer of Review, Orchestra, Track Team. Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: Radio com- tator or a columnist. WILLIAM MILLER "Bill" 4A Class Treasurer, Capt. Sr. Basketball Team, Hall Guard, B.A.A. Gym Team Champions, Major Letter Winner. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To be a high school Basketball coach. 63 RENETTA LUCILLE MIODU "Ren" Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Classics. Ambition: To be a dress designer and travel. its Tu-'E-. ,ii Q.. A' t K N NAOMI MARIE MOHR "Phantom Tiger." Clubs: Polish, Social Science. Ambition: To become a singer. GERTRUDE ROSE MOROWITZ "Little One" Safety Engineer. Clubs: Physics, Classics, "A" Club, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: Laboratory technician. 'Ds G.A.A., Classics Club. Ambition: To b a successful dress designer and dress maker. VIRGINIA FLORENCE MULARZ "Virg Ginny" Gold Pin Winner, Girls Chorus, Literary Staff of Log, Librarian. Clubs: Classics, Physics, Math., Social Science, "A" Club, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: Teacher or Scientist. CHARLES SIDNEY MULLINEAUX "Sphinx Ambition: To become a chemist. EDWARD MUNIAK "Eddie" Social Science, "A" Club, Math., Physics, B.A.A., Bowling, Fencing. Ambition: To be a good civil engineer. PATRICIA IANE MURPHY "Patsy 4A Class Vice President, Ass't. Chairman Clean-Up Campaign, Fire Marshal, Second Gold Pin Winner, Class Play, D.A.R. Representative, Literary Staff oi Log, Sec. of G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Treas. Honor Society, Sec. of Math Club. Clubs: Charm, French, Math., Art. Ambition: To be a good detective and own a ken iel and racing stable. RAE R. MYRENT "Mousie" G.A.A. Treasurer, Festival Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Librarian, Treas. of French Club, G.A.A. Representative, Safety Engineer, Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a Librarian. PEARL C. NAGER "I-Iumoresqueu Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a good stenographer and a known dancer. HELEN ANTOINETTE NAGORNY "Pudgy" Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, Travel. Ambition: Dress designer. , w .... FLORENCE MAE NAIMAN "Rocky ' 1' G.A.A. Pin and Letter. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Charm, "A" Club, Social Science. Ambition: To be a history teacher. 64 EMMA CARMELLA MORRO NI "Shorty' MOLLY NEEDELMAN Hall Guard, Review Representative. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, Travel, Latin, G.A.A., "A" Club. Ambition: To be healthy, Wealthy and Wise. 'Q' ROBERT A. NELSON Hall Guard. Clubs: Fencing, B.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To succeed. EVA REVA NEMENOFF "Faithful Iohn" Pres Libr Cl b . ary u . Clubs: Social Science, French, G.A.A. A b" ' ' ' m ition. To be as good a librarian as Mrs. l-lattis. MARGARET CLARA NEVA "Peggy ig Lite Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To be a telephone isdn operator. DOROTHY KATHERINE NOLL "Dot" Gild Pin Winner, Hall Guard, Modern Dancing. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To rise to the position of private secretary. HAROLD M. NUDELMAN "Noodle" Revew Representative, Hall Guard, B.A.A. Official, "Phantom Tiger." Clubs: Classics, Radio, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambi- tion: Retire at the age of 18. ll KS SIDNEY M. NUDELMAN "NidQie J Fire Marshal, Ir. Varsity Basketball Team, Intramural Football, In Baseball, Basketball Champs, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social if Science, "A" Club, B.A.A. Ambition: Aeronautic Engineer. " W SELMA F. NUSBAUM "Semmle" in Hall Guard, Girls Chorus. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: Interior decorator and designer. f , A ui E t..FfI.k ISABELLE L. OBECHNA "ls" Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To become a private 3- g secretary. ii- DOLORES DOROTHY O'BRIEN HTSX' Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition to be a Rodeo artist and raise and breed thoroughbred Hereford cattle, and Pala- meno ponies on my own ranch in Wyoming. ELEANOR A. OKARMA "EUC" Festival Chorus, Girls Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in any- thing l undertake. EVELYN CATHERINE OLECK "Eva" Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: Social Science, French, G.A.A. Ambition: To get ahead in the business world. IEANETTE M. OLSZEWSKA "Angel" Honor Society. Clubs: Physics, Classics "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To enter the Didactic field. T51- DOLORES D. OSTROWSKI "Laurie Honor Society, Office Staff, Library Ass't. Clubs: Social Science, Classics, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To get ahead in I K In 4 the business world. .El ,.,. Qll! w vs 155 A CARL OSUCH Clubs: Physics, Classics, B.A.A. Ambition: To head the Chem- istry research department in some large company. CASIMERA FREDA OZIMKIEWICZ "Kay' Log Representative, Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a secretary. Hail Guard, Fire Marshal, Clubs: Classics, "A" Club, Physics, Radio, Social Science, Camera, B.A.A. Ambition: To get 50 million dollars and lead the life of Reilly. HELEN ROSE PAPPAS "Poppy" G.A.A. Representative. Ambition: To succeed in anything I undertake. ,F 1.4 nl LORRAINE MARIE PAWELCZAK "Lorrie" Silver Pin Winner, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Girls Glee Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To get ahead in the business world. WANDA FLORENCE PAWLOWSKI "Vonny" Silver Pin VVinner. Clubs: Polish, G.A,A. Ambition: Police Woman or air hostess. LILLY PEDERSEN "Sunny" Review Representative, Sec. Mixed Chorus, Office Page, Played Piano for Mixed Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: Musician. HELEN DOROTHEA PENZINSKI "Penny" 4A Class Secretary, Review Representative, Silver Pin Winner, Chairman Lunchroom Com. of Clean-Up Campaign, Sec. Polish Club, Log Staff. Clubs: "A" Club, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To travel extensively. GLORIA PERKINS Review Typist Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: If l can't design them l'll model them-clothes. 66 CHESTER IOSEPH OZOG "Ches" Ambition: To get along in this World the best Way possible. ABRAHAM H. PANITCH "Abe" n HYMEN PERLIN "Hy Technician of P.A. System, Clean-Up Campaign Movie Oper- ator, Honor Society, Festival Chorus, Review Reporter. Clubs: Social Science, Music Appreciation, B.A.A. Ambition: Master Mechanic and Radio Technition of all types of equipment. BETTY LOU PETERSEN Review Reporter, G.A.A. Representative and Letter Winner, Hall Guard, Modern Dancing. Clubs: Social Science, 'T Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To travel and be successful in the business world. - ELEANOR E. PIECH Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: Private Secretary. HENRIETTA MARY PIEPIORKA "Henny' Honor Society. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a Telephone Operator. FLORENCE MARIE PIERCE "Flo" Clubs: French, Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: Dental Assistant. Lunchroom Hostess. Clubs: French, Charm, Social Science, Classics, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a good stenographer and successful in all my undertakings. MYRTLE FRANCES PINKHAM "Pinky" Girls Chorus Letter Winner, Hall Guard. Clubs: "A" Club, Social SCiGHC9, Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: Musician. IRENE M. PLUTA "REENlE" Gold Pin Winner Clubs: French, Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in the business World. 5 LUBA PODOLA "Leu" Library Ass't, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Library, Ambition: To make millions without marrying a mil- onaire. ELEANOR POLSKI 'Shmpy G.A.A, Pin Winner, Hall Guard, Red Cross, Lunchroom Host- Esisb Sec. Charm Club, G.A.A. Clubs: Social Science, Glee u . IRENE ELEANOR PONDERLIK Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in business. IRENE B. POPLAWSKI "Frenchie" Chorus. Clubs: French, Polish, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambi- tion: To be a nurse. T ABIGAIL LEE PINK 'l'Abbie" l ANGELINE MARY POREDA "Madam l..azonga" Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a pro- fessional dancer. LOTTIE I. POREMBA "Perm Y Clubs: Social Science, Library, G.A.A. Ambition: To succeed in the business world. Q if HELEN MAY PORTNOY Clubs: Social Science, Glee Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To succed in whatever I undertake. Syncronized Swimming, Life Saving. Clubs: French, G.A.A. Ambition: To write as well as Christopher Morley and Wm. Saroyan put together. STELLA H. PRZYBYLO Hall Guard. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, Biology. Ambition: To be successful in anything I undertake. SHIRLEY PUTTERMAN Hall Guard, Review Representative, 3Vz Year Grad. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A., Social Science, Travel, Latin, "A" Club. Am- bition: To learn to save money. FRANCES B. RADO "Fran" Library Staff, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., Classics, Library. Ambition: To become a successful typist or librarian. ALICE S. RASMUSSEN Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a good typist. BERNARD I. REISIN Class Prom Com., Business Mgr. Log, Feature Writer on Review, Varsity Tennis Team, Treas. Charm Club, Literary Staff of Log, Honor Society. Physics, Charm, B.A.A., French. CHESTER STANLEY REIVIPALA "Chess" Clubs: Polish, B.A.A., Physics. Ambition: Aeronautical drafts- man for the U.S. government. YETTA G. RICHTER "Ricky" Hall Guard. Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a great success in whatever I may undertake. VIRGINIA V. ROGALSKI "Fiti' Honor Society, Silver Pin Winner, Hall Guard., Pres. Biology Club. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Society, Biology. Ambition: To become a nationally acclaimed authoress. EVELYN PROVUS "Butch" SHIRLEY BLANCHE ROSEN "Blinz" Library Staff. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club, Charm, Spanish. Ambition: To be healthy and happy. ELEANOR MILDRED ROSKO "Slim Log Representative, Review Representative, Hall Guard, Chorus. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A., "A" Club, Social Science.' Ambition: To become a file clerk. ,vs grapher. DOROTHY ELIZABETH ROTH "Dot" Log Representative, Honor Society, Silver Pin, Phantom Tiger Cast, Hall Guard Captain. Clubs: G.A.A, Social Science, Travel. Ambition: To be a successful secretary or steno- FLORENCE RUTH RUBEN "Fagie' Review Typist. Clubs: French, Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: Social Worker-Success in all I attempt. MYRON RUBIN "Mike" Lieut. of Hall Guards, Review Representative, Fire Marshal, Library, Capt. of Bowling Team. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Glee. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. and bowl a 300' game. SOL RUBIN "Rube" B.A.A. Official, Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Classics, Fencing, "A" Club. Ambition: To be a successful newspaper reporter. EDWIN c. mrrxowsiri "Tyrone" Hall Guard. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To be a C.P.A. RICHARD IOHN RZEPECKI "Porkie" Class Social Com., Review Representative, Safety Com., Pres. and Treas. of Polish Club, Festival Chorus Letter. Clubs: B.A.A., Fencing, Polish, "A" Club, Biology, Ambition: To be- come a success in anything l undertake. IRENE SALCHUCK "Sally" Honor Society, Bookkeeping Certificate, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish. Ambition: To be successful typist or comp- tometer operator. JAMES P. SAMARAS "limrny" Clubs: Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be a major league baseball player. ARLENE A. SANDVIK "Sandy" Gold Pin Winner, Student Council, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, Classics, Biology, G.A.A. Ambition: Travel and be- come an efficient secretary. IACK MAURICE SCI-IAFFNER "Esquire" B.A.A. Official, Fire Marshal, lr. Basketball Team, Chorus. Clubs: Spanish, B.A.A. Ambition: Have a white collar job. 69 LORRAINE SCHLESINGER "Stiles" Cap and Gown Com., G.A.A. Letter Winner, Sports Writer of Review, Chairman Clean'Up Assembly, Review Letter, Gold Pin Winner, Typing Award. Clubs: French, G.A.A. Ambition: Civil service stenoqrapher and journalist. HELEN IOSEPHINE SCHMIDT "linac" Hall Guard, Office Paqe. Clubs: Charm, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in any field l undertake. V KATHRYN SCHNEIDER "Barney" 3 ' ' G.A.A., Charm Club. Ambition: To be the secretary io a ,H ' handsome young man. Q A .,,- f Q- X , 6 I " Q A , , EVELYN LEONA SCHOR "Evie" 'f5I..5- Hall Guard, Librarian. Clubs: Charm, Social Science, French. I . Ambition: To succeed in the dramatic field. Q LORETTA THERESE SCHULTZ "Lorky" Silver Pin Winner. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To have fun in iinclina my place in the world. it 'K FLORENCE B. SCHWARTZ "Floolcy" it V i Review Representative. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To i -iw '-me get the most out of life. ROBERT I. SCHWINGEN "Elmo" Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science, "A" Club, B.A.A. Ambi-A tion: To be a radio announcer or airplane pilot. CHARLOTTE GRAY SCOTT "Charlie" Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus Letter, G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., Classics, "A" Club, Physics, Chess and Check- er, Charm. Ambition: To hunt "clears" in Chillicothe. ROBERT I. SECOND! "Bob" Hall Guard, Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Social S:ience. Ambition: To become an efficient office worker. SHIRLEY IUNE SEE!-'URTH First Aid, Life Guard, Life Saving. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To travel. IUNE HOPE SHABAGO "l.f'fi:'koy Hall Guard, Room Representative, Safety Engineer. Clubs: G.A.A., Latin, Math, Physics, Social Science. Ambition: A surgeon or grand opera singer. ROSE SHAPIRO Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: Radio Announcer. 70 3 is 5302? HELEN A. SKOZEN "Boots" Review Representative. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a secretary for a handsome young man. ZENIDA SLIVNICK Class Social Com., Review Letter, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Travel, "A" Club, Social Science. Ambition: To be a great pianist. SALLY SLOBODIAN G.A.A. Pres., G.A.A. Representative, Festival Chorus. Clubs: French, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful stenographer. HELEN M. SMIZINSKI IAMES R. SHERRIER "Chink" Mgr. Baseball Team, lr. Basketball Team, Intramural '40 Base- ball Champs, Hall Guard Official. Clubs: B.A.A., Math, "A" Club. Ambition: To be physical education instructor or coach. DANA ANN SIELSKI "Danny" Hall Guard, Office Page. Clubs: Polish, Red Cross, G.A.A. Ambition: Commercial artist. ADOLPH EDWARD SIENKIEWICZ "Honest Abe" intramural Basketball, Baseball, Volley Ball. Clubs: Polish, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a band leader and to create orchestral arrangements. EVELYN SILVERBERG "Evie" Pres. French Club, Review Typist, Gold Pin. Clubs: Charm, French, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in anything l undertake. NORMAN SIMON Hall Guard, Honor Society. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Fencing. Ambition: To be a millionaire. MORRIS F. SIMOVITCH Clubs: Physics, Radio, Social Science, succeed in anything I undertake. Hsimyt, B.A.A. Ambition: To "Zenie" r.,. e t "Boots" V Silver Pin, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Social Science, 1 Ambition: To be a good general office employee. WANDA MARGARETTE SMYRSKI "Rene" G.A.A, Representative, Silver Pin, Honor Society. Club A.A., Travel, Social Science. Ambition: Success. LORRAINE SOLTYS "LONG" Library Staff, Room Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Library. Ambition: Criminal Lawyer. 71 EVELYN SPAK "Spak" Class Nite Com., Honor Society, Silver Pin, School Publicity Chairman of Clean-Up Campaign, Asst. News Ed. of Review, Log Representative and Literary Staff, Sec. of Log Business Staff, Review Letter. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Charm, Social Science. Ambition: To be an efficient dietitian. LORRAINE IOYCE SPATT "Suzy" Review Writer. Clubs: Polish, G.A.A. Ambition: lournalist: SOPHIE ANN STASIELUK "Stas" Clubs: Polish. Ambition: Become a dressmaker and be suc- cessful in everything l undertake. DAVE S. STEINBERG "Shorty" Basketball Letter, Secretary of Classics Club. Clubs: Classics, B.A.A., Physics, Math, Honor Society. Ambition: Aeronautical engineer. A- . l M msrr: G. STEMPEL "Penny" Hall Guard, Play "Phantom Tiger", Clubs: Girls' Chorus Vice , , Pres., French, "A" Club. Ambition: To be happy. ' V l symr. STOLMAN "Cereal" H f i Class Social Com., Second Gold Pin Winner, Honor Society A Play, G.A.A. Pin and Letter, Literary Staff of Log, French g ' Club Operetta, Ex-Pres. Sabin Charm Club, 4A Representa- 'V Q tive, Usherette. Clubs: "T" Club, G,A.A., French, Charm, Honor Society. i i . LOUISE STONE "Hunt" Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To become a nurse. THOMAS IRVING STONE "Stoney" Ambition: lilly ambition is to be in, or lead cr popular dance band in the years tacorne. I hcpe to be able to write my as own arrangements of some numbers even create a few original tunes. But rnainly, l hope to be a good citizen and Qu., get along With my neighbors peacefully. ROSE IAA SUBOVITZ "Shany" Clubs: "A" Club, Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To be an efficient secretary, and, hope to fulfill nly desire to travel and see the World. CHESTER I. SWIATEK "Chips Clubs: Polish, Library, l3.A,A. Ambition: To be a good dancer on roller skates. DOLORES ANGELINE swrrm. "teens" Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A,A,, Polish, Social Science, Silver Pin Winner. Ambition: To live up to the standards of a good secretary and a good business woman. EDWARD IOSEPH SYCHTA "luyges" Chairman Class Prom Com., Festival Chorus, Pres. and Sec. of Polish Club. Clubs: B.A.A., Polish, Presidents Club. Am- bition: To become a successful business man and to be an outstanding sportster. 72 ELEANORE BARBARA SZUMYLO "Snibbs" Hall Guard, Sr. Delegate. Clubs: G.A.A., Latin, Social Science, Polish. Ambition: To become a nurse at the St. Luke's Hospital and specialize in surgery. "ei RICHARD M. SZYBINSKI "Dick" Log Art Staff, Clean-Up Com., Hall Guard, Safety Engineer, Second Gold Pin. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Polish, Social Sci- ence, Travel. Ambition: To indulge in a business career. SAM TANNEBAUM "Sammy" Fire Marshal, Varsity Baseball Team, Hall Guard Captain, Clean-Up Movie. Clubs: French, Travel, Charm, "A" Club. Ambition: To see the world and become a millionaire. IULIANA TARALA "Blondie" G.A.A. Representative, Review Representative, Polish Stu- dent's Federation, Hall Guard, Log Representative. Clubs: Polish, Travel, G.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To teach Biology some day. GEORGE EMIL TATAROWICZ Clubs: Polish, B.A'.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be suc- cessful in everything I undertake. M TCHELL TEICH I Class Prom Com., Gym Medal Winner, Hall Guard Capt., Fire Marshal, Chairman of Clean-Up Campaign, Literary Staff of Log, Adv. Mgr. Log, Pres. Physics, Vice Pres. Math Club. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, Math, Fencing, Classics. Ambition: To either retire at the age of 21 or become a high school teacher. LORRAINE M. THIELSEN "Chubb 'I , Y Review Representative, Honor Society, Librarian, Hall Guard, gl? Year Grad. Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Social Science. Am- ition. To be a good comptometer operator. MURIEI. TOBIAS I "Mickey" HOUPY SOCIETY. Chorus. American Legion Contest, Review Typist and Reporter. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Seekers. Ambition: To become a naturalist. FRIEDA TOKOWITZ 'H "Tokyu ,. Clubs: Charm, G.A.A., French. Ambition: To be successful in 5 396 x S A 5 all my undertakings. - in ' V ' 1 P HARVEY TREGER Orchestra, Chorus, Chicago Solo Contest, "T" Orchestra. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics. Ambition: To prosper in my future undertakings. GENEVIEVE IACQUELINE TRUDMAN "Ie-nnie" Hall Guard Usherette. Clubs' G.A A., French Social Sci nc f - - , e e. x Ambition: To travel and then live in Hawaii. if K 65 4 .... this I V GRACE L. TRZCINSKI "Brownie" Ji 'A f-.Q 1,5 gt, 9 W G.A.A. Representative, Honor Society, Hall Guard, Clubs: it . ' ,553 " G.A.A., semi science, Polish. Ambition: To be Q good gen- Q . eral office employee or a model. .. 5 Q - "' , f A ' , 73 i SHIRLEY TURNER "Termite" G.A.A. Representative, Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful doctor. 3525 DOROTHY ANN UNGER "Skippy' G.A.A. Representative. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science. Am- bition: To be a stenographer, a success in the business world, or a reporter. -s ' . THELMA UNOFF "Temmie" ' ' G.A.A. Representative, Gold Pin, Review Reporter and Typist, Program Com. Classics Club, Honor Society. Clubs: Classics, W . G.A.A., Charm, Radio. Ambition: To be a successful com- I mercial artist. MARY ISABELL VANDENBERGH "Vandie - Log Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Review Reporter, Girls' Chorus. Clubs: Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To f be a professional dancer, or a telephone operator. ' "" X ALICE FRANCES VESSEY "Allie" ' A i Girls' Chorus Letter, G.A.A. Alternate. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" ' ' ' Club, Classics, Biology, Vocabulary, Travel, Social Science. if 'K 'N Ambition: To succeed in whatever l undertake. ' 1 ANN VINSON "Oddie 3 ' ' Literary Staff of Log, President of French Club, Silver Pin ug: -". QQ .,,,, "" ' .J Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., French Club. Ambition: To be a ' 5 laboratory technician. :tt it SARA VELKOVITZ "Honey" Orchestra, Hall Guard, Honor Society. Clubs: French, G.A.A., Charm, T.C. Lassies, Social Science, "A" Club, Travel, Radio. Ambition: To be a private secretary. ALLEN A. WALD "Sparky" Hall Guard, Fire Marshal, Intramural Football and Basketball Champs, Basketball Team Co-Capt. l94O-41. Clubs: B.A.A. Ambition: To become a high school basketball coach. " ANGELINE A. WASILEWSKI Hall Guard, Usherette, Chorus. Clubs: Honor Society, "A" Club, Charm, G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be ct dress designer and own my private sewing shop. .P 6 --:.. r IRENE ROSE WASILEWSKI "Dimples" G.A.A. Representative, Safety Engineer, Usherette, Hall j 23 fl Guard, Honor Society, Review Representative. Librarian, G. E il A.A. Silver Pin. Clubs: Latin, Polish. Ambition: To be a leader of a girls' orchestra and sing, or a successful typist and file clerk. CORA MAE WAUTHIER "Cuddles" G.A.A. Representative, Safety Committee, Hall Guard. Clubs: French, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in any field of work in which l participate. as i Usherette Tuley Review Representative Hall Guard Clubs GAA Social Science Ambition Successful office clerk or beauty operator. .yr A Q 1 5 SYLVIA ANN WEISSBERG "Sandy" V w 1 l I ,g.fi7y,q. ' FLORENCE MARIE WELCING "Flo" Girls' Chorus, Library Staff. Clubs: Polish, G,A.A., Social Science. Ambition: To be a successful dress designer or beauty operator. Qt -7-P 1 GLADYS LEAH WENOKUR "Wennie" Log Representative, Review Reporter, G,A.A. Pin. Clubs: Girls' Cliorus, G.A.A., Math, Classics, Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To live a happy and successful life. ELEANOR DOROTHY WHITE "Whitey" I QM Log Representative, Safety Engineer, G.A.A. Representative, ' f ' I g Festival Chorus, Pin Winner. Clubs: Polish, Honor Roll So- x I V " ciety, "A" Club, G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in all . . my undertakings. .. in ' i K , if '.-'- X EVHLYN FRANCIS wmrs "Edqe' Y -. I Hall Guard, Lunch Room Hostess. Clubs: Polish, Charm, G, , y Z . !, A.A. Ambition: To be a receptionist. i' -F . 't if " Lv.: Ear ,f-3.5 .te A if STEPHANIE PATRICIA WISNOWSKI "Stevie" G.A.A. "T" Winner. Clubs: Classics, American, G.A.A., Fes- tival Chorus. Ambition: To become a nurse and travel ex- if K tensively throughout South American countries. f is Eze I-IONORY ROSE WISZOWATY "Ninotchka Hall Guard, Office Page. Clubs: Charm, Polish, G.A.A., Social Science, Travel. Ambition: To be a model for a big business l f firm or to design dresses for various occasions. K 'I IRENE ESTELLE WITEK "Renee" Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representative, Review Representative. Second Gold Pin Winner. Clubs: G.A.A., Social Science, Hon- or Society. Ambition: To be an efficient stenographer, pro- fessonal model or star reporter. To travel extensively. . VALERIA LUCILLE WOITOWICZ "Skeets" Hall Guard, Festival Chorus, Girls' Chorus, G.A.A. Repre- sentative. Clubs: Polish, Social Science, G.A.A. Ambition: To be an air hostess. ELEANOR VERONICA WOLSKA "I.olliepop" Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A., Classics. Ambition: To be successful in whatever I undertake. Cllbs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a designer or a com- LORRAINE woncx-uNsKI "Lorrie" mercial artist. J HELENE MARIE WROBLEWSKI "GC1bbY Chorus, Review Reporter, Log Art Staff, Silver Pin. Clubs: G.A.A., Latin, American. Ambition: To become a foreign cor respondent and travel and explore Africa, India, Alaska - .", LILLIAN G. WROBLEWSKI "Lili" A 'H f Clubs: G.A.A., Polish, Social Science, Ambition: To be suc cessful in all my undertakings. "Christy" STEPHANIE C. WUSS Hall Guard, Modern Dancing. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Classics, "A" Club. Ambition: Own an exclusive dress shop. HELEN M. WYSATT Chairman Cap and Gown Com., Review Representative, Literary Staff of Log, Gold Pin, Honor Society, Pres. Girls Chorus. Clubs: GA.A. Ambition: To have a career in sing- ing--either opera, radio or concert stage. WANDA CAROLINE WYZGALA "Windy" Tap Class. Clubs: Social Science, Charm. Ambition: Suc- cessful dress designer. 15? VIRGINIA YANKOFF liflfliflq Hall Guard, Hostess. Clubs: G.A.A., Charm, Polish. Ambi- tion: To travel over the U. S. HELEN I. YEROMIN "Pee Wee" Clubs: G.A.A., Biology. Ambition: To be successful in the business world or become a dressmaker. ARTHUR YESLIN I "Aft Silver Pin, Honor Society. Clubs: BAA., Fencing, Latin, Physics, Math, Harmonica. Ambition: Chemical engineer. BEVERLY YUFIT Editor of Log, Review Reporter, Second Gold Pin Winner, "T" 'W' French Club Treas President of Honor Society, inner, ., ' ' - M A xv Music Appreciation Club, Clubs: G.A.A., French, usic p- preciation, Social Science, Charm, Pres. Council. Ambition: 'W To lead a happy and useful life. OTTIE ZA AC L I. I Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a success E in the business world. MARY ROSE ZAMISKI "Mae" Chorus, Review Representative, Room Representative, G.A.A. Representative, Honor Society. Clubs: GAA., Social Science. Ambition: To be successful in my business undertakings. M .L 151 JANE M. ZAREMSKI "Ginne" ty A Clubs: Social Science, Polish, GAA, Ambition: To be suc- fl' 'SES cessful in all my undertakings. 5 5 f A 'Q' - ' - SYLVIA ZARIN "Stl" " ,. .. in Class Nite Com., Hall Guard, Life Guard, Cheerleader, Gold f W Pin Winner, Usherette, G.A.A. Pin and Letter Winner, Syn- - if 9 chronized Swimming, French Operetta, GAA. Representa- ' tive. Clubs: G.A.A., Physics, French, Charm, Honor So- .223 ciety. Ambition: To be a physical education teacher. : MURIEL ZASLOFF "Zaza" , Clubs: Social Science, GAA. Representative, French, "A" 4 Club, Travel. Ambition: To be a buyer and to travel extens- ively. 16 wwf A 'X "' W ., .i tx WW Q". I . sag "" t'-YH ii' 4 fn'-7' 1 1: . . X ,,.' '- J. . lla. H : ' I? fs MILDRED A. ZAVODNY "Blackie" G.A.A. Representative, Hall Guard. Clubs: G.A,A., Social Scieffice, "A" Club. Ambition: To be a success in the business wor . DOLORES ROSE ZEBROWSKI "Lola" Chorus "T" Winner. Clubs: Polish. Ambition: To be suc- cessful in my profession, Whichever one it may be. ROBERT CLARENCE ZEISSLER "Bob" B.A.A. Official, Hall Guard, Safety Engineer, Clubs: Biology, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a professional basketball player or physical education instructor. RITA IOSEPHINE ZELINSKI "Snubby" Class Social Committee, Safety Engineer, G.A.A. Representa- tive, Usherette, Hall Guard. Ambition: To be a singer in an orchestra. OLGA F. ZIOLKOWSKI "Ollie" Clubs: Social Science. Ambition: To become a private sec- retary. MIRIAM ZIRLIN "Mickey" Hall Guard, 3M Year Graduate. Clubs: G.A.A., French, Social Science, Charm. Ambition: To become a professional model, and second best is to be a good secretary. 'li at it IEAN w. zwuanowxcz "Penny" W "'.' . ' Hostess. Clubs: Social Science, Polish, Charm. Ambition: To be a beauty operator. A , FREDRIC S. APPELMAN "Freddy" RALPH GOLDEN Orchestra, Safety Engineer, Clubs: Classics, B.A.A. Ambition: To become a Doctor of Medicine. CHESTER ROBERT BEDNARZ Hall Guard, B.A.A. Representative, Stage Mgr. of the Phan- tom Tiger Play. Clubs: Chess and Checker, Physics, Classics. Ambition: To be a success in any type of engineering I happen to take up in college. Hpipu B.A.A. Medal Winner-baseball. Clubs: Polish, B.A.A. WILLIAM SCOTT CORDINER Clubs: Physics, B.A.A., Camera. Ambition: To go to college, study Agriculture and see the world. DOLORES COSTELLO Girls Chorus Letter Winner, Log Staff '4O. Clubs: Classics, G.A.A., "A" Club, Marionette. Ambition: Be an Archeologist, travel extensively and paint landscapes. LOUIS PETER GIANAS "Greek Baseball Team, Basketball, Boxing. Clubs: Classics, B.A.A., Fencing. Ambition: Sit in Congress as a Senator from Illinois. LOUIS ANTHONY EFFERT "Lew B.A.A., Travel, "A" Club. Ambition: To follow the foot-steps of Rockefeller. "Lorry" 77 Q fm n SHIRLEY FLANSBERG "Shirl" G.A.A. Representative, Silver Pin Winner, Girls' Chorus. BENIAMIN MILLS "Bennie' Clubs: Drama, B.A.A. Ambition: To travel around the world, to help mankind and to be a leader among men. RALPH R. NAGELBERG ,Nagel i H H School Play Stage Hand, Swimming Tourn. Clubs: B.A.A., E1-EEN GRUZLEWSKI E1 Physics, Radio. Ambition: Retire at age of l8. G.A.A. Representative, Log Staff-l94l, Mrs. Gains' Chorus. Clubs: G.A.A., "A" Club, Classics, Marionette. Ambition: To IRWIN JOHN PAWLOSKI MIN. be an artist and archeologist. To travel extensively, too. BAA. Ambition: To be Successful in the future. NATHAN G01-DSTEIN "NCQ" WALTER STANLEY PLACHNO "Wan ' . - -1 . - Y Cllukislphyslcs' B'A'A' Ambmon' Make G lol of money m G Clubs: Polish, Social Science, B.A.A. Ambition: To be suc- S Of une' cesstul in the future in business as well as in social lite. SARAH HANKIN ., 312-92 P:mlm22?fSoCfil1b5grVfjj Willifcqn' Social Science' be an electrical engineer. Flash MAGDAUNE M- IANKOWSKI "MZ" Plbtliegiilxsllglgflilgllczciubs- Polish BAA sociiilcslgieiiilierl Honor Roll. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become the private Amblllori, To be G guccessflll buslriess' Haag ' secretary to a nice young man, and later marry and live ' ' h 'l it . apply ever G er GLADYS LILLIAN Purnmszss Holmpies' HENRY B KUTYNA ,,ACe,, Clubs: Charm, G.A.A. Ambition: To be a receptionist in a Hall Guard, Polish Club. Ambition: To be an airplane de- handsome doctors Ofhce' signer' SHIRLEY LILLIAN sr-1APmo ISAAC KRONENBERG ,Curly Iken Clubs: G.A.A., French. Ambition: To be successful in the Class Prom Com., Sr. Varsity Basketball Team, Varsity Tennis busmess World' Team, Pres. B.A.A., Intramural Baseball, Basketball and Foot- H I ball champs, B.A.A. Medal Winner. Clubs: Fencing. Am- FRANCES S1-OWIK H Frfm blllonl To become G Success ln lhe job l underlqkel Hostess. Clubs: G.A.A. Ambition: To become a nurse. ELAINE RUTH KOCH HAROLD STRAUSS I l "Ocky' Mixed Chorus Treas., G.A.A. Ambition: To be a success in Intramural VOUSY Ball- Clubs? Ph-YS1CSf FQUCIUQI B-A-AH Am' everylhlnq l do. bition: To be a foreign correspondent. WALTER KERWIN SHEPHERD TERMAN "Sheppy' Amblllonl To go lo college. Hall Guard, Mixed Chorus. Clubs: B.A.A., Physics, French, Bowling. Ambition: To retire at 21. ALFREDA VIVIAN KAPPAS "Grego" G.A.A. Representative, lunior Lite Saver. Clubs: Spanish, SALLYLWATMAN Hsllllf' G.A.A. Ambition: To be successful in the journalistic field. iXml21f1OH1 TO become Cf Successful Cif5291'1 Grid to ITICITTY G oc or. EVELYNE LOUISE LAZAR "Scatter Brains" Class Social Com., Log Representative, Clubs: Classics, So- SOLOMON WISEMAN U ' l"Sol' Clul Sclencgl Charm' G.A.A.' HAH Club' Amblllonz To help Hall Guard. Clubs: Physics, Latin, B.A.A. Ambition: To be- the poor and underprivileged. Come U doctor' SEYMOUR OSCAR LERNER fflpulsoff THEODORE ANTHONTIIWROBEL "Dorek' lr' Buskelbqll Team' BAIA. Amblllonl To be G doclorl Clubs: B.A.A, Ambition: To be a trailer truck driver. SYLVIA ANN WEISSBERG "Sand ' Dig-0355 LEVTEY 1 ' ' HROXYH Usherette, Tuley Review Representative, Hall Guard. Clubszy 'A-A Amblllon- T0 be C1 Concert Pianist. G.A.A., Social Science. Ambition: Successful office clerk or beauty operator, 78 "-A. f X wr My 1 W1 v , wma A Qf 4' W Q5- X4,..I fs v ,J wM,,,NWVNNg-Nm Q , . ,Q ww, ,.., ,M ' A f fverify .ff W""'MN.-WQ,j , , LQ gggg N an jjlf-r'f' Q Ea V W X-' M i , VM 5 ,s sxigva ig ff Q X3 , W? 1 ff " W fr gg ' ' 1 'WK H , . ,4.. ' -f . ' k k .- -J' E Q uw- ahiwi N Wiley Qwncfwp The accompanying picture will give you some idea of the time I had writing this page. There was so much to tell that it would have taken a good sized volume to do it adequately. 1941 has undoubtedly been one of the most eventful years in the history of Tuley I-ligh. Perhaps it was be- cause of the influx of many new and pretty faces. Yes, it has become an accepted fact that attractive girls are an essential part of a well balanced school year. Moments to Remember. The following are reminiscences of days that are gone, but cannot be forgotten. They are still talking about the time Lou Black put nail polish remover in his hair thinking it was olive oil. He spent the next two days removing the remover . . . The harmony trio composed of lerry lerowenka, Antoin- ette Fisher and Richard Hurowitz made their debut at the B.A.A., G.A.A. dance . . . The time Alice Kramer was the main angle of a triangle . . . The day Bernie Dukelsky fthe great profilel felt the wrath of drama instructress Miss Dorothy Konkowski. She hit him with a fully loaded powder puff. It was the first time that Ber- nie's face was red and white at the same instant . . . When Iulia Kir- stein, for two years an important member of the Review Staff was elected editor-in-chief by her col- leagues . . . The time Ed Sychta or- ganized a fund in his division to send a gift to his buddy Gene Gal- kowski who was in the hospital recovering from an appendectomy . . . When "Sonny" Kane chal- lenged the top ranking student of Mr. Tingley's economics class to a debating contest. Mr. T. remarked that Sonny was a brave lad to get into a battle of wits unarmed . . . The time Sheppie Termans new invention broke all records . . . It was a new type of phonograph needle . . . Curtis Mayfield claims he developed those powerful wrist muscles by turning off the radio CA twist- ing good idea, Curt.l The day Irene Babicz came to school with one of those upsweep hair do's and Adeline Banas and Sally Slobodian kidded her about having to wash her neck more often . . . All Tuley was proud of ballerina Rose lankowski when she signed a contract with the San Carlos Opera Company . . . When Arnold Gross came to school wearing a hat he claimed was inherited from his great grandfather and no one doubted it. When Iohn Bac asked Ed Sychta, chairman of the prom com- mittee, "ls this dance formal or do 1 wear my own clothes?" . . . The time Mildred Zavodny fried bacon in ae butter in Mrs. Wood's cooking class . . . No one will forget the time "thin man" Seymour Lerner paid off a bet by coming to school in knickers . . . When one of the B.A.A. basketball teams was short handed and asked Louie, the janitor, to play with them . . . When Arnold Klass claimed his doctor was Very smart be- cause he had a lot of inside information. Why Little Boys Leave Home - Anne Gabriel. Miss Mendes-Hey, come out of that water. You can't swim in there. Loretta Schultz-I know l can't. Helpl Helpl Helpl . . . Solly Rubin claims he knows how to evade the draft. "The first thing l say before l get examined, says Sol, is, 'gimme a chair Doc, my feet are killing mel' " Arlene Sandvik: There's a lot of electricity in my hair. Helen Schmidt-Oh! is that why you buy hats that look like lamp shades. Overheard in 331. lerome Bresslerz But Mr. Iohnson, 1 1 don't think l deserve a "D". Mr. Iohnson: 1 know, Ierome, but it's the lowest mark l can give you. Robert Schwingen: Oh boy, oh boy, Coach Tortorelli is going to let me play left end on the bench. Student Philosophy: Tuley students have often shown their wisdom by simple philosophy. The following are some choice se- lections: lames Samaras: The trouble with weak sisters is that they usually have husky brothers. Iames Sherrier: When a gold .9 digger describes a love affair it is usually a pay-by-pay description. Iune Shabago: The girl whose re- marks are pointless never pins a man down. Special Awards: To Hymen Perlin for his 'invaluable services in operating the public address system, and serving as authority on all technical problems. To lulian Falecki for his genius as a camera artist and the fine photographs entered in this Log. To Mr. Loyal H. Tingley for his unceasing efforts in making Senior Hall a gigantic success. To Patsy Murphy for being the most talked about student of the year, and all good, too. And so we write finis to our high school career. lt has been a milestone in our lives. There are some very happy memories and some not so happy, but high school has been an experience we can never forget - or want to. GA No doubt, even while you are read- ing this little item, the memory of that gala affair for which you so anxiously waited, Class Nightfstill lingers on. So here is something about the celebration to keep that remembrance ever fresh. Miss Dorothy Konkowski, faculty sponsor and director of the affair, told us long in advance it would be tops, and it certainly Was! Of course, with Eddie Deerfield Writing the review, and lulius Draznin acting as Master of Cere- monies, it just couldn't help but be the peak of entertainment. Among those who gave sterling performances were Bernard Dulcelsky, George Miller, an Willie Flax, who Werefwell, you s k I , W the performance and We need not re- lpeat it. Then there were Helen Wysatt, iwith her usual splendid voiceg "speech- maker" Patsy Murphy, Alice Kramer, Jeanette Millar, Annette Freireich, and Class Orator Mary Kagan. lerome Bressler, that pesty little scenestealer, was there up to his usual tricks. And, 'last but not least, Tuley's own quartet, composed oi Antoinette Fisher, Hymen Perlin, Richard Hurwitz, and Ierry lourawenka, qave their last school lpertormance. This tinal blaze ot glory ot the class of '41 was ended with hours ot dancing, in our own Kopp Gym. ,MM The Fire Marshal squad is one ot the most import- ant organizations in Tuley. lt consists ot a select group of individuals who, because oi their integrity, scholastic standing, and dependability in emergencies, are en- trusted with the tremendous responsibility which rests upon the shoulders ot every Fire Marshal. The Fire Marshals serve the school in many and varied capacities. Among these are, otticiating at emergency dismissals, acting as ushers at all assem- blys and shows, maintaining order in the corridors With the able assistance ot the hall guards, and coping With any unusual incident that may occur. Though the Fire Marshal squad is comparatively smaller this year than in previous years, the Marshals, under the sponsorship ot Mr. Center and Mr. Gross, accomplished a task that larger squads have found very difficult. For the February semester Arnold Klass acted as Captain, Andy Petmezas and William Fischground as Lieutenants. Arnold Klass also served as Captain for the second semester, and because of the graduation of Andy and William, two new Lieutenants, Harry Mail and Newell Echols, were picked to replace them. To close theis semesters activities, the Fire Mar- shals are given a banquet at which they are awarded medals by Miss Hazel L. Stillman, Principal. 84 ,fn f 7 gy xx , . .Rf x W1 f ,I V1 -E l W f "' Q 5230 Q Y IAM? X f Tqvnw! 54? D D I .1, A ,, I .X ,M my f uf 5 w S2 ,ga iff A Qx N QNX C ffm 0 M 9' .N I el 5 X X X MM vig s K ' 4 . N f Q0 x M E12 W NN W - 1 X TQ UQ D Lx CL ,- my If x '-9 i W A Ip I x L N is f Q V f , X yxw' W if ww, if 3 W M W M ,V X W L, U mx 521, C J 112. 2. H W f , x 56 x 1 P 4, - In A fl 3 ' Q9 :M 1 Q 'YI QQ W X QL, -f XXWWQ fl CSQQESCQ PWM QW Tcxnuary Oiiicers: President, Mitcheii Teich, Vice President, Deborah Siutzicyq Secretary, Peari Harris. Tune Oiiicers: President, Mitcheti Teich, Vice President, Deborah Siutsky, Secretary, Luciiie Berrnan. Sponsor: Mr. Perdue. The Physics Ciub had a very successtui and eventtui year even thouqh it had the niistortune ot iosina the invaiuabie quidance ot its sponsor, Mr. Srnaii. We were very iortunate, however, in the attainment oi Mr. Perdue as our new sponsor, tor we have had the advantaqe oi his qreat store oi icnowiedae and his vast experience has srnoothed over whatever ditticuities ioorned in our path. The purpose oi the Physics Ciub is to deive rnore deepiy into the inter- estinq rnatters that we have tirne to onty touch upon in our requiar ciassroorn work. Each niernber has a chance to take charqe ot a rneetina and expiain an interestinq probieni ot his own choosinq to the rest ot the qroup. in this rnanner, ati rneinbers participate and have an eauai share in the aitairs oi the ciub, which is essentiaiiy the dernocratic spirit. February Oiiicers: President, Kenneth Triqerq Vice President, Mitcheii Teichp Secretary, Patsy Murphy. Tune Oiiicers: President, Mitcheii Teichg Vice Presi- dent, Marvin Kogan, Secretary, Eieanor Harris. Send 4' More 2 Money. 'i'iow's that tor a sticicier? Mm ew Weti, the Math Ciub has soived that and many other eauaiiy diiiicuit probierns. At the reayuest oi the students the soiution oi rnathernaticai puzzies consti- tuted the areater part oi the activities this year. Sorne reai brain teasers were contributed by the students, not aii oi which even this aroup oi qeniuses were abie to soive, but in the struqaie a tine tirne was had by aii. The soiution oi these probierns were very beneticiai to the participants. it enabied us to deveiop our sense ot observation and introduced us to the use ot ioaic. Mr, Catiin acted as sponsor tor the iirst hait ot the year, but at rnid-terrn Mr. Moiiendort took over his duties. These teachers contributed rnuch to the success oi the ciub. 86 Www TUUUCTY Oiiicers: President, Norma Pabrog Vice President, Ruby Steqet, Sec- retarv, Ann Vinsonp Treasurer, Prose Schuiman. Tune Oiiicers: President, Ann Vinsonp Vice President, Eveivn Siiverberap Secretary, Eivira Fabrog Treasurer, Beveriv Yutit. Sponsor: Miss Dubow. P99595 YXGVHXQ TUB Gnd Qftimlinq themseives, the members ot the French Ciub have a chance to make use oi their French. Meetinas are partiaiiv con- ducted in French and the minutes are written and read in French. The main proiect ot the semester was an operetta. Practicaiiv aii the rwrzembers took part in the operetta which was aiven at the Y.M.C.Pi. Coiieqe, . arch Zi, TQQAI. The French Ciubs ot manv Chicaao hiqh schoois and iunior coiieqes participated in the proaram. The success oi the operetta was due iaraeiv to the supervision and heip oi Miss Duhovv, the ciub's sponsor, who Worked tireiessiv coachinq the stu- dents in their French, in their actina, and in the makinq oi costumes, QMAM Q Tanuctr Oiiicers: President, Mitcheii Wrobeig Secretary, Donaid Sherman: Y Treasurer, Peari Stark. Tune Qtiicers: President, Pinaeiine Wroheip Vice Presi- dent, Vera Madsen, Secretary, Corinne Marshak, Treasurer, Peari Stark. Sponsor: Mr. Ptood. Once everv seven days, deep within the interior oi that iorbiddina struc- ture oi concrete and steei known as Tuiev, a aroup at stranqe, awe-inspirinq individuais aather to discuss the various aspects oi their trade. Every move on their part is careiuiiv pianned, vvariiv aiven thouqht. Theirs is the power to direct kinqs and ruie suhiects. Theirs is the task oi masterinq the draqons and vet within each dvveiis a deiicate iove oi iiovvers. But, most astoundinq oi ati is the tact that admission to this unique iittie qroup has but one require ment f student ratina in the tiies ot Tuiev Hiah Schooi. Those who reqistered with Proiessor Hood, have received expiicit instructions in the art oi chess, checkers, mah-iona, etc., and throuqh these teachinas are iiteraiiv masters oi men and auardians oi the tour winds. it matters not that the men are but ' t d bi k i wood, and the winds square pieces ot ivory. The mastery pain e oc s o once achieved is seidom iost. 87 1 Ianuary Officers: President, Edward Sychtag Vice President, Irene Leszlciewicz: Secretary, Gene Galkowski. Iune Officers: President, Richard Rzepeckip Vice President, Gene Galkowskiy Secretary, Lydia Dombrowskig Treasurer, Nadia Hlady. Sponsors: Mr. lane and Miss Bogowicz. Palm GM The Polish Club was organized in l93l. It is one of the most prominent in Tuley's long list of extra-curricular activities. The object of this club is to promote among its members the feeling of solidarity and to establish genuine friendship. It endeavors to acquaint them with the history of Poland, its literature, music and culture, by arranging lec- tures and programs during the meetings and possibly for the general students' assembly. The membership of the Polish Club is open to all students partici- pating in Polish classes and activities. The minutes and educational literature are read in Polish. Interesting programs, including plays and folk dances are prepared by the entertainment committee. The sponsors of the club are Mr. lane and Miss Bogowicz, One of the most important affairs of the semester was the Valentine Dance, held on February l4, in the Kopp gym at which about 300 students were present to enjoy the fine entertainment supplied by the club. On April 14, the Polish Club held Open l-louse. Parents were invited to see the Polish artwork, literature, and costumes prepared and exhibited by the members of the club. With this long list of achievements the Polish Club has shown that it has not been idle. 88 The Classics Club, sponsored by Miss E. Lawrence, was organized to ac- quaint students taking Latin with the customs, manners, and songs character- istic of this adventurous race. The Romans and Greeks were not only romantic and adventurous, but also loyal to their country. The greatness of Home could never have been achieved without the loyalty oi the people to their country and it is this trait that We try the hardest to imitate. During the meetings, which are held periodically, the members enjoy them- selves by presenting interesting short skits, based on ancient Roman and Greek myths. Also included in the activities is the reading ot the great literary Works by the Roman and Greek masters oi the pen such as Cicero, Caesar and Virgil, who have contributed a great deal to literature, and are Worthy of mention. The Classics Club ends each semester with a party which is heartily en- joyed by all. lt is through the supervision of the officers and the sponsor that a good time is available at all meetings. The membership ot this club is open to those who are taking, or who have taken the subject, and all others interested in participating in the club's activities. Ummm cw, 89 January Officers: President, Bertha Karpel, Vice President, Laura Glance, Sec- retary-Treasurer, Bernard Wesselp Sergeant at Arms, Ierome Goldman. Iune Ofiicers: President, lsabel Durand: Vice President, Marie Choyceg Secretary- Treasurer, Ierome Goldman. Sponsor: Miss Lawrence. Ianuary Officers: President, Mae Roganskyg Vice President, Dorothy Heller: Secretary, Rea Hayman. Iune Officers: President, lacqueline Iacksonp Vice President, Anita Seittertg Secretary, Elaine Belter. Sponsor: Miss Gillan. The Tuley Red Cross is one of the many institutions that is rendering its services to a Worthy cause. lt has been in existence for about one and a halt semesters but this is the first semester that it has been very active. Once a month a representative is sent to the Main Office downtown to obtain information about future Red Cross plans. At the Tuley meetings, under the sponsorship ot Miss Gillan, the members knit scarts, which are sent to the General Office and then to the outposts abroad. Icmuary and Iune Officers: President, Marion Swanson: Vice President, Marvin Mandellp Secretary, Lottie Dunskyp Treasurer, Lillian Wallison. Sponsor: Mr. lohnson. The "A" Club was organized about three semesters ago to enlarge the opportunities in learning, leadership, citizenship, and democracy. The A stands for true Americanism. Americanism recognizes the true Worth of the best in all races, colors and creeds. lt makes no distinction, but seeks to incorporate all for one and one tor all. We need the best of every race, color and creed to light the way to true Americanismp to insure democracy so that the government of the people, by the people, and for the people will not perish from the earth. 90 Icmuary Officer: President, Naomi Smith. Iune Officer: President, Myrtle Lemke. Sponsor: Mr. Rabinovitz. An efficient library is priceless to an ambitious student and We Tuleyites are fortunate in having such a large and complete library Within our building. A student librarian receives training and actual experience in every phase of library work. The library staff rotates in positions and, in this Way, each student gets an opportunity to participate at the various jobs, such as distri- buting passes, working behind the desk, taking care of reference books, and so on. Any student who has worked in our library has enough training and background for a good start in doing this work upon graduation. In charge of the many important duties of the book room is a capable staff of book room helpers. This group consists of twenty girls chosen by unani- mous approval of both the sponsor, Mr. Rabinovitz, and the other helpers. The girls work together in complete unison to care for all the school books which are worth thousands of dollars. Their main purpose is to see that book room business is run smoothly. They take great pride in the neatness of the stock of books they have on hand, and are constantly busy in keeping records and supplying teachers throughout the school with books for their various classes. Mr. Rabinovitz has a great deal of faith in his helpers and he realizes the fact that they have a very responsible position to uphold. 91 -A Officers: President, Carl Schowg Vice President, Lucille Burgbacherg Secretary and Treasurer, Anna Zalesny. Sponsor: Miss Fredericks. A snap ot the shutter and another ot Nature's vast offerings is recorded tor posterity. The Camera Club has long been considered one of the tinest organ- izations meeting in Tuley. Sponsored formerly by Mr. Hunter, and at present by Miss Fredericks, the group, numbering close to twenty, engages in various activities relating to photography and its branches. Outings and indoor ses- sions make up a large part of the program with "dark room information" days numerous. The outdoor gatherings are especially enjoyable since actual shooting can be practiced with miles ot material to be recorded under expert Supervlslon' Officers: President, Beverly Yutitg Vice President and Tr Secretary, Miriam Goodman. Sponsor: Mr. Mollendort. 6 QM Mmm 74 easurer, Thelma Kass: The newly organized "Music Appreciation Club", under the sponsorship of Mr. Mollendort, is one of the most popular clubs at Tuley. The purpose ot this club is to enable the students to hear good music and to bring to them a better understanding ot good music. Mr. Mollendort has gene the club to make use of his extensive music library. rously ottered to allow This is a great oppor- tunity tor the music lovers of Tuley to hear the best music and it is very much appreciated. 92 Officers: President, Ben Kravitzg Vice President, Deborah Slutzky, Secretary, Isabelle Durand. A Presidents' Council was organized this semester at Tuley. lt is com- posed of the presidents of all the clubs in the school. lt is sponsored by Miss Stack and its business is to increase the efficiency of the club meetings. The Presidents' Council meets every two weeks and the time is devoted to dis- cussion of Parliamentary Procedure and better methods of conducting meetings. An organization such as the Presidents' Council is an experiment in Tuley. Its plans for the future are, as yet, nebulous but it has the full support of all 93 of Tuley. Officers: President, Tillie Golden: Vice President, Eva Nemenoffy Secretary, lrene Maiewskig Treasurer, Esther Honigman. Sponsor: Miss Hughes. The Tuley Library Club, sponsored by Miss Hughes, was organized this semester. The members of this organization are student librarian assistants, who assist in all library work which consists mainly of library organization. Tuley is represented at the Regional Group of Library Assistants, a group of library representatives from each of Chicago's high schools. Tuley's project now is to compose a scrapbook featuring all phases of library work, This book will be judged with others from various schools by the heads of the Regional Group. , Emma! fmww Ulm ,,, The purpose of the Honor Society is to promote high scholastic standing among Tuley pupils. A glance at the long list of names on the Honor Roll Will immediately show that the Honor Society is succeeding admirably in its Work. Any pupil receiving marks of E or above in four majors for the semester is on the Honor Roll. Certificates are issued for the first three semesters at which time the student is eligible for the bronze pin. A silver pin is given to any student who is on the Honor Roll for the fourth time. Six semesters of Honor Society membership brings to the pupil the coveted honor of receiving the gold pin. If a student is on the honor roll for a seventh semester his name is men- tioned as receiving the gold pin for the second time. A tag day is held by the Honor Society under the direction of its sponsor, Miss Hanson, once a year to raise money for pins and certificates. When there are nearly six hundred pupils on the Honor Roll, one can easily see the importance and necessity of having this tag day. Each semester the gold pin Winners plan and present an original program for the rest of the Honor Society. These programs are under the direction of the drama and public speaking teachers and have proved to be very interest- ing and different as each group of gold pin Winners has new ideas. 94 elfcmcw WW W C4 T10 W W1 KENNETH TRIGGER BEVERLY YUFIT MERTON KAI-INE MR. PERRY MISS MCGILL 96 SS BAKER MR. GREENBERG JOHN BAC PEARL HARRIS IULIAN FALECKI The Log Staff wishes to extend their appreciation to Pearl Harris, Iulian Faleclci, and Iohn Bac for their unceasing efforts in helping to produce the Log. ff Seventeen students, the Literary Staff of the Tuley Log, have worked long and laboriously to produce these excellent penned pictures that make this '41 Log a literary masterpiece. Due to the help of the literary adviser, Miss McGill, who introduced criticisms and advice, these truly remarkable descriptions of Tuley hap- penings have been made possible. Although the work has been difficult and it has taken much time and energy, if they have succeeded in enlightening the reader on the sub- ject of clubs, events, and all the other activities related to school life, the staff Will consider their time Well spent, and their rewards bountiful. WARREN SWANSON IRVING MARKIN ART STAFF The artist is embodied with the ability to express himself through thought set on paper in the form of a drawn illustration. A thorough search of Tuley has revealed several who have true cause to consider themselves artists. Under the supervision of Miss Baker, these talented ones have furthered the artistic value of the Log, by planning the layout for the pages, by drawing delightful sketches depicting democracy in connection with school life, and by designing a remarkably beautiful cover. Publicity posters have also found their ori- gin in the capable workmanship of Tuley ar- tists. Mr. Greenberg as photography manager, directed Julian Palecki in the securing of an array of snaps connected with every phase of Tuley life, thus making the Log artistically complete. BERNARD REISIN BUSINESS STAFF The financial Wizardry which aided in the formation of Tuley's most successful Log, indi- cates that the Business Staff does indeed have a head for business. Under the direction of Mr. Perry, the handpicked few who aspire to be classified under the title of Business and Ad- vertising staff, have secured subscriptions, com- piled ads, collected money, approved slogans and posters, and supervised the publicity. In- genious publicity stunts designed to interest all outsiders in the acquisition of a '41 Log have resulted in the establishment of a new high for sales of a graduating book. This is ample proof of the ability of Tuley "Wall-Streetersf' X ELI FUTTEHMAN v-YY' Tuley B o's going with who? lad is taking what lit- Fhe latest reports sho- lowing will be 1" trn., M' 31156 ls, Rx 1, Ros. toif, Doi Cmks, Cla ound, Fl in, Thelma ezas, Elvira nan, Mary lx xlz, Annamae llander, Gloria Eberg, Lucille i orothy Anderso 5, Betty Kuhn fenstein, Claric Stk rg, Shirley Horowit, E many who are goin rs but due to the lin it of space We could 1 few of them. laser, Reuben Kessel, ran, Ruby Seigal, Mar- tz, Mara Lynne Som- Rill, Anne Fishman, kin, Cyrus Kirslmer, Ildberg, Seymour Jur- Ix, and others too nu- cntion. we close this mester if' 2 havf ine' me-au ie w 'with t x silve IT1 Miiss Euit and r that gru. Elave come to ard to the con Clio programs. other to look ii ary, you could c. worth while progr listening to your mple: Lets look on 1 r f ,,.,.,i :. I AMAZINF K Jaltaf, clarinet. t .Jung sings. dan' ,ai runs a farm: is an at bowling, billiards, teni and golfg and is above average football, baseball, boxing, divi and swimming! A clock that will not gain lose one second in tive years is the naval observato' f at Washi ton, D.C.! 465 to the city drove to Sale e campus. Mistaking tl sked a man idling neat The man, a patient, The has By Dorothy the stranger wishir 'u difference betwe f0u're wrong aga to show improt v a very ar-de: ssionately, I wld swim tl .ance fornml After dinner speaker an on my part. lf you will pi- tell a story." sa I If you li Mass., 5 weiv' T1 live N whia, X llltllll 'itie lx Lx 'r u'u'n' Arnold Klass says that doctors are so smart because they have a of inside information. il 'C if K "Where is that news article about the as- sembly?" "Did the branch material qet in yet?" "Why wasn't that typed?" Only three days before the paper comes out and still more news corninq in. Oh, mel! That is what you would hear qoinq on in the Tuley Review Office a few days before our four-page publi- cation comes out. The paper is put out in all this hustle and bustle, bi-monthly, by those students of Tuley who make up the Review L 'SABIN Students Staff. J Yom' School l The paper consists of news articles telling "G00d Fwd is f the latest news of the schoolg feature material, Pug rg 'u'n':'u'u'u'u'u'u'u'n'u'u'l'n'u'u'I'u'l'i'l'u'u': 11 S , M 5 I I Humboldt 4088 H A "" McKinley Jrf 'Tp 'W ,, ,, e To Poniesg 4 5 1 f "-"' i tt Park - fx S 'I' - - HEP The midget wer ft i and Gold plunf ,,,-,,.-l. y A er in S0n's initial 1 "--1-1-' tl .. -. was over-whelrniny " Capfl V ,q tmas experienced P the ed their opef 'Ch1- The Glas! A' me 8 of buckets mop. who tha' If the in poin' - dent- This L' 1 crib he es . secoi iame, agg I1 ev tn lurname 3 cage rel .gh schoo VVindy Cl i otaled 7 points In 'z stellar dei ak I J I 'I to Wald in sharing rior to thin the eight dt .ley quintet l iller, Al Wald, er "Nidge" Nudleman Rosen, and . for 5 of Tuley's 51 +R' ed their worth highly touted tes E Coffee, 473 ice Cream 185, 491, 4103 made Tuley's first basket an more spaghetti. The spaghetti was the battle W as really on. T szijnsg-H' half-time score at 1846 vor of the Blue and Gold. The half saw Tuley react to the occaf sion by scoring 10 markers in the third and 12 good ones in the final as compared to McKin1ey's 7 and 8 respectively. The final result was a 9 poin ' ' ' Bill Mi t victory for Tuley. A . red 16 points in his usu' style to lead the ser the day. .Timm offer ,, 'ft g two scoring tltl ess. Capt. Bill Mill 81 points, outscoxii George Felt by orii Bill's basket work' enough to earn him Stagg marksrnan. Af owed him with 68 fourth place positloi of his sterling perfi senior captain is bell as a candidate for ar versity scholarship. Unheralded by tl t Senior-Junior 1 ' outplayed th fff the 1 .Ge so plentiful that some of those after basket which gives the students a chance for original- ity and self-expression: and the sports page, given over to boys' athletics and girls' G.A.A. The branches of Tuley, Sabin and Bancroft, each have a column devoted to news of their school and this page is submitted by them. The Tuley Review is sponsored by two ad- visers, one for literary staff and the other for business staff. The paper is bought by the students through a semester subscription plan. The fee is 20 cents and includes seven issues of the paper. was made b gelvyn live S with their , : breaks. C' amor Nas the Chang a ter Sa. nclusic, .ITOWS ul e Stof is of an the Blue eautifully ir tutes of play, .th a 25-25 sea in. center, ho fs downfall, s There are nearly 2,600 subscribers. -TH Z? the f gets by xvirjtiue 0 was noted for its unusual upsets. ' c r '1 them luck. QS height' Final 5 Whether the final stands are some- The Second Slice of the game The Christmas J, Tuley 23- what the same, or whether they proved to be more tasty as both WHS H gigHf1UC SUCCQD Immediately follov are as different as Adam from teams clashed to a if-do or dieff gym was filled to capacity. fl. of the contest' Unm Kiss, XXx X M Ea xg, fe fm L Ns. ETIC Xp f 411 ff c,. M:5YPif'1-0 11w"""2,,. ...it-r -"4ZE?,,f"' I evelfli e. u-inch cenz UE a valuable asset Cvmral section club annexed 1 first championship. The towel-in -mablv is colored lad collected a total f 14 ,ajif it sneaks' baskets to pace the attack. 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'hhihg' Tflden quintet could . . Park quintezs, 46-Z9 and 32-31, re- h N, Lineflps: OVW spectively. The '2JO11ieS" Were in prep 811161-g31.P AUSTIN 1364- top fol-In as they came from 11 ,f ,gf ,gl ,gf ,gfelflf Q? L hind ln the nm quarter- iv lj: Enix?-'f 5 5' UD E1 lead that we" -5' ,f 3 'fuillfliif if rf' 'Q' ed in the fc' N a? J Q' A1 fwf t l 1 1' n z,C,gj.,jg,llnVf " Wllcek 611111 ki' ' tl-L. to - Ur wh? -c Will be , the Ju ' Ildi t th 4 nior West Section ngs we pick: 714-,qmhqll f2D 'Pulntr 137 411.g.' ' 001 The 'deliues By Julie Matlin st memorable of T chapter in uley history was ing the 1940 Christmas he authors were the the University of Chi- urney squad ' Tul Like a ey team er the gallop finals of the Hich Was, incide th stars d. . Refo' .:IrICn Stags TS :CA D AN IES of attest. no ule ,mw11Glhea1l'Y ff? 0de Jr an calm Mafaehalfgiu S brflkeq X , 1-ut 30' 1 UL! 'r PkAC""cE R 5 100 I 0 Ja dm Q8 Dgcar Toi' f S6 t-cf4nn.a1e'I . QN on BA'-ILEEAS 'Hes F to:-ellifg 4111 bi IUI. 1 f' 3.90 X to all the C d by ley de hout Tlzlrd, S0152 Tulfiy Thfoug be hforellii t can Toi' arm? Jim coadlqv the prelude I1 fuller 1 n' N 1: def-erml ea a Sr show X had- .rmduct N R N Tino' vald' tum 1UI4'?f ES . The crit- heads in shame V timid Tuley to zowg after years ence, the Blue in the 'Publ' cadqq ' Qpn .. 6 2 Lafzjf'-' Wwe' IJT If C U- 0 -1 ts pa MT , -- mst s t ltom ad a 33 L0 ic P B X,-uifhuuj in -the Q 5 ' Tuley has P I chance to dvi, elrhlbit the C14 uley spirit le :verse Park N Chicago the ij yall ha 4 show of to 14 Q i coach, :Bagels bl DIY fo By GENE canes Q WSW '? Pfofef' Lone Tec - . fi 'ln Wx es in for Cnr leqgueis :lin 13:5 lodey won sffo:-.ling berflis in flue annual Sfegg fournqmehf n:aF1gf6?el of . cage re resen e ives ode off il ' ' ' ' - 10 10 Em games on me Umve,-Sify of chica DPW ,db 'h lv ln wcfories in flue preliminary aw cl?S':I of' d' and Tuley whipped parm ut D 9 e 'use c9""f- LUU9 defeifed Sollfh Shore, 45-'ganxgg fm IDU' , ' , . ' g 2 Totalv 17 fi uf 15 I . we nw,-e X. L,-'c A-Q1'1n '57 EY 37-20. x vii 1 TILDEN 1347, C9 h etsf I' thro P01 V1 YU? l -1 at ith HANK' if The Semi-windup of the afternoon -,CF ZSTIN .go is ?,V,,WDmerZY L Pi Bai?-Fresp-t0t31 Tp ::d5v3dxlf,n37ri Flgll0AnIICk.t Q Went to Fgrelhafb 33 to 16: over ff 'I 10 If lj j'Bdeg F als: IORS Fm P 92 1-.QNRGSTLN bg!-Eg' gighllggnnd Sohurz after 32 Inimltes of Hsuess OQP5QQgj3.fl,A 9 0 2 M:1racich.i. .inf fnipel-SOD JUN B Ft 8 1? 53 'tif 25 iz 52S,gnf12.2: endeavor. The victors led through- 1251 P 40 5 26 39 SQff:Q15f.! Q 5E2god1.vSABLE out, but neither team showed any rgurney Hgsulfs .Z 5 l Q4 A 26 36 53,52 N Q, o 1 Du Sow, ting prospects- Schwz, setback was during the crucial stages of the hate 31 fi1ln1HZ25ei,1.fi Wok P XP- Wiiha,,,1 he mst in fou, mes for the North LAS, N,G,,T,S ,I,E5,,L,.S- tie. and it was not until the closing 5 11 9.114 LUME1 ff 0 Ht:?fn,ke sC.U,,,1, Waueh Von Steuben and Amin,.':r:.11fm1f-J-,3.'e. minutes, when victory looked like a 7 6 CP- HI 2, 8 9 greqgyjg Lne Tech having' won nreviouslv, 1170515 tt519Lg91f1 Ufhaf 'EFI ETYZZQ' 5 2 28 mlfaii ' E EXT-i1hl1EN 71111 , ax- Ji- 1 ll, au, . , 3 ' 1-wi" 'r V 2 ' 3 TI, 911 GAAJZZIQTUNIGHT. fOUL" MCKjH1ei Sag, lg i 13 E1J3i'g'QIxv,c Tsai-PxBu1'kf5f1,ff n ' austin rs. Du S ble, 7 , 1. ffl QF' 53' V4 A LL 4 Nw 11. V """'e9f Gm" be H 4, wehiihai 43 4 98 sniffer? th place Austins quinte 1931 40 MG Stin 9 thffd E-E5-I A-f"'2'l1',lLI 4 1: giigfdfg-Ritoxl-3' g Pion in the Univ Tu 654 "" N -- Au Us 18 -t0-32 54 5 QSEITWI 1: if Sxvaufhfgkil-5 - - nil" T' 0 "lx.r3"1 rf - twentv-third annu Tuley 5 ' We 34 M1119 '51-112 5 1 0 Mdiwieye ednesday, February 21 the kewalk mum 9 ley 3 ' Park Nm, --"' Q,Q1,f3345u.s giqekUand4LVyN P eniors beat McKinley by Sable, and Tj,i,Z1,,,n Tilley 30 ' "" K QIVYH an 40 and - ' Lsifalfjggg-TfaX'n'L Kb f 46 to 36 at F126 1E1lfI6I'i9 high team score of Tul Y 25 -D Foremdill 44 n-D-""" Giimcfa F was the final game for meet, ww name Tull TU 9 51 - "A' Me 9 44 ec LLLLWL-I1-J ts and it put an end to final games tonight i TUIGY 33 " Cram to' -in Iieldhouse. Toni ht's Y ' A , W7 GX fa irly .tough Scqwdule' meet at 4 o'clof'k-gtom Tuiey 73 ' "" I "'US7t1Uf 34 H1311 Gyytlgd end up in the Cha,m,jO,,S,,jD, am, ,Dj Tule 32 - t ygyigh kdecided th P. 6 HPS! half of have fought it out for uey 1726 -W HS e Hun is fairly close with afafso 1102- T med by Eff' Burke ' il foul' pgjng Iead. Austin qualified by ow-r-powering Ziigii ffenod yi Mcklhjey 17 At Manley, 3710 33. Du Sable, trailing ,N ' Ir th nb. ' ' U at the bali outlasted Calumet, 3l.f' Er te 341-S' 59511 20. Tilden put on a 14-point 9 0 38621128 overcome a 10 point.zu ' The substitutes the h ni Tilde' he last quarter 57 F0 in 'ed 46 to 36 in T S' Bill" ' L aff" if ff' sf - E91 MHQ With the close of another basketball season, the Tuley luniors of l94U and 41 clinched their position as one of Tuley's outstanding Iunior teams. The loss of only one pre-season practice game in ten encounters, and their fight to glory in the Stagg tournament, launched the team into another successful season. The regular season witnessed only two defeats, one at the hands of Marshall, and the other by Kelvyn Park, losing by only five points and one point respectively, and winning seven over all other competition. Finishing second, the Iuniors entered the play-offs only to be turned back by the Sullivan five, 38-34, in a nip-and-tuck game. Continually leading the Ponies to victory, were co-captains Ben Kravitz and Al Wald. Ben, playing guard, showed his true value by fine defensive play, and by being a constnt threat to opposing teams because of his deadly - to his foes - ability of coming through with baskets whenever the occasion required it. Al, one of the chief scoring threats of the prep league, averaged fourteen points a game, and for the second consecutive year has been chosen by the prep basketball coaches and Chicago newspapers as forward on the All Star City Team. Louie CPeeweel Black, guard, proved his worth by his steady-fast playing throughout the season and his generalship on the playing floor. Sid Nudelman, forward, was an important asset to the team because of his height and ability to scale the baclcboards. The February graduation caused the loss of Andy Petmezas, star forward, and his fighting spirit which had carried the team through many a tight spot. Sharing his vacated fifth spot, were Iulie Matlin and Ioe Barch. Some of the fine substitutes at Coach limmie Tortorelli's beck-and-call were lack Deutsch, Eddie Augustine, captain-elect, Arnold Klass, lames Sherrier, lack Shaffner, Arnold Gross, Norman Ruttenberg, loe Gilman, and Buck Vigon. Tuley 5l Tuley 52 Tuley 38 Tuley 38 Tuley 36 Tuley 36 Tuley 42 Tuley 44 Tuley 55 McKinley Washbume Foreman Austin Wells Kelvyn Park Marshall Mecllll Crane After experiencing a long absence of many years at Tuley, fencing was once again introduced to the school's sportsmen. Under the coaching of Mr. Handschu, an excellent fencer in his own right, the group soon learned the proper art of attack and defense, and before the semester was over many of the boys had mastered the intricacies of the art. Although fencing at Tuley is not an inter-school competitive sport, and could not be classified as a team, the boys held their own tournament, which was run on a "Round Robin" basis in Kopp gym. lack Cole, Mayor Lachman, and Mickey Kahne emerged as the Royal Knight Champions in that order. As a reward, they received gold, silver, and bronze medals respectively. Much credit and many thanks must go to Mr. Handschu for the fine work he is doing in helping the boys to build clean bodies and minds. 108 vw' gf Something new entered Tuley's score books in October of 19405 something well liked by everyone. Yes, you'Ve guessed it: it's bowling. With Mr. Hitney as coach, the young proteges of 'l'uley's bowling team will be Well on their way in a sur- prisingly short time. As there are many capable bowlers at Tuley, it will take an extensive elimination process to pick out the five best to represent Tuley High School in the annual High School Bowling Tournament. Coach Hitney reports that he already has his eye on some prospects around whom he can build an excellent team. Sev- eral who make the grade are Sam Weiner, Louis Soljan, and Eddie Kichwia, who each average about l4O per game. Although this is the first year of bowling, it seems, from all points of view, that the situation at Tuley looks quite promising, and we look forward to the time when bowling will be one of the most popular sports at Tuley. 109 -Q .,.. --.ff .t.'4 "11 'igtifl ' "' I XX "'sfll I ftuiffevf L' I ? I-'ff left" x Q Z 4' K- I ik cg ......-.rj The current tennis campaign should prove to be a very successful one for the Tuley Tennis Team. Coach Tortorelli has tour veterans of last year's successful team returning to continue their fight toward championship. With the help of these old-tiimers, Sam Pine, Bernie Dukelsky, Bernie Beisin, and Arnie Klass, Coach Tortorelli believes his team has a good chance to cop the title. There are two handicaps that may prove costly to the team this year, and both are due to the unfortunate sidelining ot two ot the team's finest players. The first is the loss ot Co-Captain Ike Kronen- berg, two year veteran, due to an operation. While the other, is the sidelining of Abe Limines, another veteran of two years, because of a temporary physical defect. The brighter side of the picture is the brilliant showing of Co-Captain Sam Fine during Spring practice and the return ot Bernie Dukelsky after a year's absence. Due to the fact that several of the star players will be graduating in Iune, Coach Tortorelli is starting to build a new team for next season with some upandcoming racquet wielders, among whom are Seymour Preiss, lack Freidman, and Marvin Goldberg. 110 vw! S' 1 Y A A Y A , A - ' nun avian or 1 pref n i r Tr 't rrTcTeVTT'r r VTT VTTT V' 5 1 ly of .'fz7r mfff,fE7:Q ff fqfwiifffylflfgfgfxi. ,ffm U WWW! I ff I I 14-i , , . H4 1 i Wi fimqig, ii , '53 "1 17, MM? itfizyv QQ ' ff' ,V IZAWI 'T T ,Z Q :I A , YIIJZIA , gmlllfl 'XW QUIZ!!! !lMjll!MW! A?qMl4Z1 VllfWfllMf,l'Wlli1f fl! ii I L- 'gs W ' if A ""A' 'if' ' 'AT' -' "L 'A"'A'A ' ' '17 Y 'U' ' " " ' Y T " u. num! 1 Q N6 . I, N For the first time in over a decade Tuley once again enters the W t Section This spring not only saw Baseball Pennant chase of the es . the rebuilding of baseball at Tuley, but that of football also. ln answer to Coach Mabbott's first call to winter baseball try-outs d d hopeful candidates reported. Then a squad of more than a hun re the slow p ' team to start the season began. Practice, practice, and more practice was demanded by Coach Lloyd Mabbott. Then, after many weeks of hard work, Coach Mabbott, with the aid of his two managers, Iames Sherrier and Marvin Schwartz, began their difficult task of cutting down the squad to thirty. After completing their pre-season exhibition games, the Tuley nine will take up their eighteen game pennant chase, playing nine games at home, and nine games away from home. Coach Mabbott does not expect a winning team this year, nor possibly the year after, but he does expect to be able to put a cham- pionship team on the field in the not too distant future. 111 rocess of weeding out a strong B. A. A. OFFICERS President ,,..,,,,,,,,. ........... B en Kravitz Vice President ...,.. ..... L eo Felberbaum Secretary ......... .................. .... l ack C019 Treasurer ....,, ....... E dward Auge-Stine MR. GROSS Under the able supervision of Coach Lloyd E. Mabbott, the Boys' Athletic Association of Tuley enjoyed what was possibly it's most ac- tive year during the course of the 1940-41 sea- son. The athletic program was expanded to include soccer, volleyball, basketball, swim- ming, track, and other forms of sporting war- fare. The lntramural soccer tourney, which flaunted the athletic ability of Tuley's male division rooms, found immediate favor and as a result, led to competitive jousts in other forms. B.A.A. officials were chosen by the Tuley phy- sical education staff, their choices being based on both the athletic and scholastic prowess of the individual. The presidency was intrusted to Ben Kravitz. Assisting him as vice- president was Leo Felberbaum. The combined position of secretary-treasurer was awarded to lack Cole. lt's not difficult to realize why the athletic capacity of the Blue and Gold has been raised to greater heights than even when one con- siders the athletic abilities of the group that rules the Tuley B.A.A. 112 Miss MENDES 4? 'HU' wir M W G. A. A. OFFICERS President ................ ...,,.,......... I udy Dudlgk Vice President ...... ..., S hirley Youngquist Secretary ......... ..,......... E loise Nickel Treasurer ...... ...,, Marion Swanson A clean and healthy body and mind! These are the objectives of the Girls Athletic Asso- ciation, one of Tu1ey's most successful and popular organizations. This club, under the leadership of Miss Mendes, strives, in an en- tertaining and interesting manner, to make every girl at Tuley aware of athletics. The promotion of athletic enthusiasm and sports- manship is brought about in various ways. ln- tramural basketball, baseball, and volleyball tournaments are held. Hiking, bowling, swim- ming, and horseback riding are ather activities in which they engage. For participation in any of the aforementioned activities bar points are given. Five hundred points merit a pin, to which bars may later be added, and one thou- sand points merit a letter. Courtesy, personal hygiene, and leadership are other factors to be considered in the giving of points, At the grand finale ot the G.A.A. year ta party held in Kopp gym? these awards are distributed to those who have earned them. 113 V Y 'fl Q Y x X X? 5 S l V x , A. QS' KX X. X . xky X W V. ,X XX 1 K N 6-1? ,N WAN xx N E. f M if WW 2 3 pr g GIRLS' CHORUS The Girls' Chorus is an organization which rates special attention because oi its rapid growth. The group is a com- paratively new organization and it has grown by leaps and bounds. The reason tor this lies in the spirit and feeling ot good will which is displayed on so many occasions. The spon- taniety and cooperation shown during programs, parties, and special activities gives every girl the feeling that she can, at any time, display her musical abilities to an interested, appre- ciative and understanding audience. lniormal room programs are held during the regular chorus period before calendar holidays. These programs are arranged by a student committee and the entertainment is provided by the members ot the chorus. FESTIVAL CHORUS The Festival Chorus, to all Tuleyites, is associated with a high standard oi singing. Whenever choral music is required at an assembly the Festival Chorus can be counted on to present a fine program. Besides the daily practice oi program music, the Chorus holds regular club meetings. The Festival Chorus awards a T to every person who has been a member ot the chorus for three semesters. The require- ments are that the person eligible tor the T shall have par- ticipated in all the assemblies and programs at which the chorus sang. Besides club dues, a dance was held on one occasion to assist in meeting the expense ot buying these T's. 116 ORCHESTRA QXBVS P C mmcfghcwm ORCHESTRA That heavenly symphony of sound one hears when passing the music room emanates from the instruments of the members of the orchestra. The orchestra consists of three divisions: the beginners, who have had no practice or experienceg the juniors, who have had some experience, and the seniors, consisting of those who have satisfactorily completed the course prescribed for the beginner and junior groups and are fairly accomplished musicians. These talented youngsters, under the excellent direction of Mr. Allen l. Ford, play at all school programs and assemblies. In the city-wide high school orchestra contest, held at Lane Tech High School, December, 1940, the Tuley Orchestra, under tremendous competition, emerged with a very good rating. The goal of the director, Mr. Allen I. Ford, is to make Tuley's orchestra the outstanding musical organization of Chicago's High Schools. He claims that with the aid of con- stant supervision and practice, this goal can be reached. Mr. Ford has announced that in the future, the newly organized Tuley band will perform at all of the school's foot- ball contests. lt is his belief that the backbone of every com- petitive school group is the spirit and enthusiasm that the students exhibit. 117 NXPQXX OWS 'fb "wav, N2 'YES XA?-NY OW 'YXGYEQ ff THE PHANTOM TIGER The lights are out in "Mystery Manor," and Fisk Auditorium is pitch dark. Suddenly a blood- curdling moan is heard--the face of the picture on the wall lights up-and a voice from the grave speaks. The lights come on again and, without a mark upon it, the body of Arthur Hale is found dead upon the floor. With this blood-curolling scene, the first act oi one of the most hair-raising, side-splitting mystery comedies ever produced carrie to an end. The play contained everything a successful play needed, fine acting, suspense, romance, and murder in the dark. The side-splitting antics of "Rhurnba" did much to relieve the suspense created by a Phantom Tiger soundless murder, and the disappearance of a priceless ruby necklace. The fine cast consisted of Rebecca Spinka as Erma Lowry, the heroine of the play who in- herits this mystery manorp Bernard Dukelsky as Macintosh, the heroic detectivey lulius Draznin as Sheriff Osgood, the hick-town law enforcerp Ierome Bressler as Rhumba, the terror-stricken mason's assistant, Sid Glatcow as Thompson, the stony-hearted villain, Willy Flacks as Arthur Hale, the conscience-stricken partner: Gloria Schwartz as Evelyn Hale, his grief-stricken wife: Naomi Mohr as Aunt Sophie, the old maid whose rest is constantly distrubedg and Harold Brooks as Oswald Kerins, the girl-shy eptemologist. Because of the abundance of talent which came out for the play, the following parts were shared by two girls apiece: that of Peggy, the gurn-chewing city girl who falls madly in love with her dream-man, Harold Brooks, was shared by Patsy Murphy and Marjorie Brandt. The role of Murdock, the very mysterious rnaid-servant, was played by Mary Kagan and Lillian Mesirow. And the last, but farthest from the least, was the role oi the supposed "ghost" herself, shared by Eunice Kukee and Helen Kopestinski. THE PRINCE WITHOUT A TONGUE "The Prince without a Tongue," a puppet show produced entirely by the Advanced Art stu- dents, was presented for the benefit of the other art classes at Tuley. All credit for the modeling of the modeling of the heads of the puppets goes to Betty Madsen, while the entire production was directed by Miss Switzer. The opening scene transports us to a beautiful castle where Princess Estra is anxiously await- ing the arrival of her betrothed, the Prince of Selestia. When she learns that, through an enchant- ment, the Prince has lost his tongue, she declines to marry him until he recovers it. He goes immediately to the cave of the witch, who after demanding an enormous price, tells him of a tree, guarded by a vicious dragon, in which his tongue is to be found. Instantly he is transported to the scene but fails at first when he is almost killed by the vicious dragon. When, however, in a second attempt, our hero kills the dragon and recovers his all-important tongue, he proudly returns to his waiting princess. 119 ,-f"""'f Glam mi 0295 is .O MOVIES A wise man once said that there was nothing new under the sun. Well, this year Tuley's Clean-Up Campaign may not be new, but at least it is different. No other school has ever at- tempted the many things, in one semester, that the present campaign is featuring. Por, under the wise and amiable lead- ership of Mr. Smidl, sponsor, the campaign has carried out many new and novel projects. With Mitchell Teich, chairman, and Patsy Murphy, assistant chairman, leading the way, the idea of a flower garden, through the medium of a living Blue and Gold has been successfully carried out. A rat carn- paign, originally just for Tuley's district, has been made city- wide. ln connection with the campaign, Patsy Murphy appears on the radio program, "High School Studio Party" and broad- casted to the entire city of Chicago Tuley's hopes and plans for the forthcoming weeks. ORGANIZATION HOSTESS ALICE KRAMER MITCHELL TEICH BETTY BALTER We represent the Tuley High School Log and, because of the very large subscription, are able to offer you very valuable advertising space at only a nominal cost." And with these Words, or Words to their effect, went our advertising com- mittee about the city in procuring ads for our Log. To one of the staff, the job of getting ads is far from easy, and the whole committee, a dominating figure in any Log, is to be commended for its fine salesmanship. 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