University City High School - Dial Yearbook (University City, MO)

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T EDI l gg a l E si H35-5 III PUBLISHED B7 THE STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY CITY I'IlGI'I .SCHOOL 53, , -11g gg- L, 5 xi!- E-: 'Q : : 231355552 - : TEE ' I 'I lil? Kllll fm? ' at To Nllss I P T1 RIN!-R lll FCLOCIIIIIOII of har work as teacher guide and frlend me the staff respectfullx d6d1Cal8 lhlS Dlal of 1955 V ,J ,av ' . Q I Z , fy ,dv 3-. 1 534 f, , 1 - sffiqgv I . xx ' T I 4' V 'AH 7 . ' J. . ' ' I . . I U . . x ' i 1 . . Y i . V . . . . , Good znstructzon lS better than rzches W wx Pr-wx IXVIIIIIIIIVIQQ' plunlwf in Yllllfll QlAl'l'f!I .xlnnlw in ufrl nge' R Xfllf XYISIJ1 JH I VI., HCRH 'XRTS N4 II-'NKICS Yllllf 1LHXR'XfQTlCR nk' "4'1?"-F X X 'M MAJ: Il llllt nuff ll I X ,- . . ' 1 . b Q. 1 f X XR ' -, , A if , K X v ' Xl- A N X " . - ,4' ' f f - X ' N f f' Y 1' f 'I ' " I ' '4kT-.Y, , X . N ' " X 1, . -- 1 X - - 1 , K - ' , 'X A-N., , -4 V' X ' . K XX , - ' f 4 j, u - L xg 4 X ,1 .1-I 4 Q N +5 . ' ' ' ,H A5541 ' '- ix, . ', V . l ' 'A , - ,O Q' l- " ' 'U . f ' V V x . 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PV, 1 1' ' III 1111- 111111111-111.11 111111- 111111111' 1'111-11-1 11111- LASSES HGH HUM Te U C ff H gh ZW HCI11 To eu own G 1d and Bklclf UCUW H6111 To U Clty I-herb Qur Mend nlp may ene never lcxcld Ever fa tnful Rs we Knee Cf the delve AH H3111 U evel nue ew Seng anew we ve Spent wnb you Cny HJUk1 . . . lf -1 A .- In A CL A - .. ,. . . . Q -I T' C' - U- , A 1 - - A 1 1 'L Y 1 , . ,L A I A L . . Jil. 1935 anuary lass f1CC1'S 415 1 XXP X mr INIX Ixrmslx up XXI-Sill Hmmm I KKTSIUP rlil NN Ilnxwl lrvxlrlf nl In In un enf Nirffllry lrrusure r XIIHIINUVS Y-E gunna RAYMOND CARRETT, J R. Doesn't he play the trombone? fLittlc Rock High School, Band, 3, -ig All-County Orchestra, 3, 4: Chemistry Club. 3, 4: Orrhestra, 3, 4. LOUISE STI-IVENSON "Responsible and ready for tasks. lSkidmOre High. MOJ Service Club. 3. 4: Open. 3. 4. WANOA ROBINSON Wanda, that striking brunette beauty, Serted well-years nf high rchuol duty. Opera, 45 Survive Club. 3. 4. SIDNEY ROSEN "Of infinite fest." Band. 2. 3. 4: l-'nrum, 3, 4: Skating Club, 4: Urrheslrn. 2. 3. 4: Radio Club, 2. MARGARET PETERSDORF "Gone from us hui rrrnemberedf' Biology Club. 3 l5t'rrelaryj. ANN SPEICELMAN Quiet yet ambitious. 1Beaumnnlj Svrx-irc Club 4: Girls' Cleo Club. 4. EDNA RUBIN Sober, steadfast, and demure. Service Club, 2, 3: Honor Pin, 3: Squad Leader. 3. PEARL ZEID "Seen more than heard." Servife Club. 2, 3. RAE PICKREL "She is modest and gentle as a maiden is, And from her reputation she tends strictly to 'biz'." fMOntirello Seminaryj Swimming Team, 35 Chemistry Club, 3: Skating Club, 2, 4. RUTH SIEGEL Always a good Senior. ll"rom Soldan High Schoolj MAYNARD CASTER Welcome, pure wit! Current History Club, 45 Track Manager, 25 Truck, 3, 4: Tribe, 2, 3, 4. MARY LEE KAMMERER Care ix the enemy of life. Art Club. 2. 3: Opera, 3, 4. SE IGRS ..f. . .A4 SE IORS O VIRGINIA WELIHOENER A true friend. Service Club, 4. ERWIN MOIIR .4 grind book is the best of friends. Uflevcland High School, Track, 3, 4: Chemistry Club, 3, 4 lPrmidf-ntl: Trilm. 3. 1 Current llintnry Club, 41 Latin Club, 3, Hunur Pin, 2. Basketball, 25 Boys' Glu- Club, 4. GAYLORD LYON Quiet in all his clam-ex, Shy in the presence uf lu.I.xe.I. Wrestling, 23 Basketball. 2: Rifle Club, 3. 43 Upr-ra. 2. 3, 4: 1. 9 3 5 Boys' Glee Club, 2, 3. 45 Seniur Play, 43 Track, 2. ESTHER KIPP Her greatest gill is absolute sincerity. VIRGINIA KERWIN l'irginia's full of charm and style: Lulx of pep and heaps of smile. U. Club, 3, 4 fVire-Presidl-ntl: Camera Club, 3, -I Ulise- Presidentl: Opera Chorus, 43 January Senior Clam- lYice4Prmi. dt-ntl, llockf.-y, Varsity, 4. EDWARD ARNOLD .Ynt ull red head.: have bad lernpers. Football, 2: Trark, 3: Skating Club, 2, 3, 4: Current History Club. 4. JACK FARGI-IER Adrerlising brings the best results. Skating Club. 2: Basketball. 2. 3 43 Opera Chorus 3: Track. 2: Baseball. 4: Tribe. 4. PEARL COHEN Su petite, sweet, and neat. Servire Club, 2, lp Ballet, 3, 8: Opera, 3, 4. TI-IEDA ROSENBERG "A guml-nalured girl." Service Club, 2, 3: Honor Pin, 3. 4. l ROBERT GOLDBERG Thnught is deeper than all speech. lsolmlanl Track, 3: Forum, 3. 4: French Club. 4 lYice-President Skating Club, 2, 45 Frcnrh Play, 4: Service Club, 4. MILTON FRITSCH LE .4 swell fellow. Track, 2, 3, Basketball, 2, 3: Writers' Club, 3. ALICE CLIFFORD Quiet, cnurteous, and kind. Opera Chorus. 3: An Club. 4 lSecretaryJ. Footbal Opera. 2. PALMER HIGERT I l believe tha! oreruork is dangerous. i l, 2, 3, 4: Tribe. 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3: Literary Club, 4: l Opera. 2. 3. 4: C100 Club. 2. 3. 4: W'reftling, 3. l MARCIA ANN MARKS .4 young u'oma.n as busy ax n bee. Latin Club. 2: Forum, 2. 3. 4: Service Club, 2. 3. 4: Opera. 2: Q Mathematics Club. 3, 4 fSecrc-tarfli History Club. 3: National ' 1 Honor Society, 4 1Vice-Preeidenti: Honor Pins. 2. 3. 4: l Chemistry Club. 3. 4: Student Council. 4. LEONA COSTA I l Flashing eyes, a merry xrnile, ' .ln acquaintance really uiorth while. Y Service Club, 3, 4: Girls' Clee Club. 3. ' 1 ROBERT CARTSIDE Try as in- might, we nerer could tell The rlumlrer of lhings that Bob does uell. Band. 2, 3. 4: Mathematics Club, 4: Cheminry Club. 3. 4 lPre4- , 2. 3, 4: National Honor Club, 4. identl: Rifle Club. 43 Hnnnr Pins Society, 4: Service JACK MCCLOSKEY lla .says he is a uormm hater, But actions speak louiler lhan words." 3, 4: RiHe Club, 3. 4: Hops' Clec Club, 2, 3, 4: Service Club, 3: Skating Club, 3. BEATRICE KRAMER ll'lial'.r uforlh doing is worth doing u'ell. French Club. 2, 3, 4: Forum, 2, 3 Q51-cretaryl. 4: Serxice Club, 3. 4: Opera, 2: Mathematics Club, 4: Hi:-tory Club. 3: National Honor Society, 4: Honor Pin:-, 2. 3, 4: French Play, -1: Student Council, 4. MINNETTE GROBER I have no time for idle cares. Honor Pin. 3: Service Club. 4. JACK WEBB lllen rmly come, and men may go, But I chu! on forever. Opera Principal. 3. 4: Dramatic Club, 3. 4: Seninr Play, 4: Boys' Glcc Club. 3. 4: Service Club, 3, 4: Student Pep Staff, 3: President Senior Class, 4. Council, 4: EUGENE CHANEY 'He comes up smiling." Wrestling, 2, 3. 4: Tribe, 3, 4. JANE WESSEL June, who is so very sweet, ll'il1 hare the trlmle world at her lee! Opera, 2. 3: Opera Bullet. 4: Class Officer 4 ISL-creta Council, 4: Skating Club, 4: Glee Club, 2, -ryl: Student 3, 4. MIRIAM OXENHANDLER Tiny, petite, and 1'ir-acioux. French Club. 4: Opera Ballet, 3. FRED KRAMER "Valuable urliclei come in small packages." SE IGRS 1 Page Nineteen SE IORS I 93 KENNETH HUGHES Beller lrzle than never. Football, 2, 3, 4: Tribe, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arm-g Wrestling, 2: Track, 2: Opera, 2, 33 Ba-ketball, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. BEATRICE KRAUS "lf ulhem are uilling In lulk, uhy Ihuultl I lmllrvr? Biology Clulr. 2, 3. VIRGINIA BEYER Why aren'l they all contented like me? Skating Club, 45 Opera Chorus, 2, 3, 4. ERNEST Moon "He says Iillle but thinks murh." Upera Chnrlls, 2: Frmxbnll, 2. MARVIN BANK Of few u-nrds. Basketball, 2: Track, 45 Tribe, -lg Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club, 3: Honor Pin, 4. ESTII ER XVALTS Who mired reason Irilh pleasure, And wisdom with mirth? Opera, 2, 3, Mixed Chorus, 2, 3, Girls' Glec Club, 2. HENRY ALLEN ALVIN SIMPKINS ALVIN GOLDFARB PHILLIP SILVERMAN JACK WASSERMAN MARGEE ZACHRITZ ADELE HULTGREN PAULINE LEVIN VIRGINIA BROWN "Sweet and eharrning, fair and lrue, Ever trying her best In du." Art Club. 2: Opera Chorus, 2. 3, -1: Glee Club, 2, 3: Member Senior Play Productive Staff, 4. lb'lARIAN BILINSKY "Always ready." Service. 4. KSoldanl . Zin imlemurnam IOSEPH W PEMBERTON Dled Iuly 3 1934 1934 T 7 Member of Class of Iune, Page Twenty one 1935 llfle Class O'HlCC1'S AQ X orr- ,III Burn lull Rn Huw Hum RUQI-VIXKX IMT! Rl TH xxx B1 RW PRED Lulu 'Niles DQNNEII x 'Nlws Bmw 1 OPHI PRS rr sulvnl 1 me ln sulent 5cc'rf!z1r1 I rffasurvr Sponeorv JAMES CARROLL, JR There u such charm In melancholy I would not AI I could be gay O era 2 3 4 JEAN HELLMICH A maad uhose modesty conceal: her aorlh Varltv Horkev 2 3 Varsity Volleyball 2 Varsity use 3 U Club 2 3 4 Squad Leader 3 4 Girls e Club 2 4 Opera Chorus 4 DOROTHY JANE SPRECKLEMEYER Her smlle gues many a thrill Opera Chorus 3 4' Girlz, blee Club 4 Squad Leader JAMES GOODMAN lfhal I ulll I lull and lherex end Current Hlntnry Club 3 Skating Club 2 3 DANIEL ROTH Fulball 2 4 Wrehtllng SALLY SULLIVAN Tn krmu her rs In luke her Palette and Brush 3 4 Opera Chorus 4 BETTY NEWTON A cheerful ward .she .speaks to all Roosevelt High fDcs Molneal CASPER YOST, III lfhy uurry there: analher day ahead Track 3 4 Tnbe 3 4 Student Councll 4 Opera 3 4 Tennls 2 TED KRAFT I m not lazy just not energetic that 5 all Museum Club Pep Stall' 2 3 D1alStaH 4 V IVIAN YAwrrz Theres .romelhmg about her that one can I help llkmg Dramahc Club 2 3 4 Aurora Borealis 4 BETTY TYDEMAN Shes a redhead willy and gay All Club 4 Opera Ballet 3 4 Opera Chorus 2 ARTHUR WHORTON Charm .rlnhes lhe .ught bu! ment wmx the mu oolball 2 Opera Chom 3 4 T b " 4 Bans ee Club 2 3 Literary Club 4 Dlal Stall' 4 Camera Club 4 THE DIAL SE IORS . A A I P . . . l. ' '.', '- ,:l""B. ball. 3 - . . . Z V , 2. , 5 ' ' Cle , . ': ' " J . 3 I . 4- ' " , " , ' an . ' ' . : ' . , . 4. 1 0 . , s ' ' ' . 3. 4. A . Y 'rum High fTulsa. 0143.3 ' ' . .F . ' . . It F , 5 s, 2. . 3 ri C, -, 3. 5 ,' ' Cl ,, ' Page T -ak SE O 193 'Nr A 'C gain!!-three :- IORS EVERETT XVATKINS Ar long as the sun shinex, l'm alllisfed. Football, 2, 3. 4: Trarl.. 2, 3, 4: Tribe, 3, 4: Buys' Cleo Club, 3, 4. MARIAN KROUT Our nu.-n "Queen uf the luaries. Literary Club, 4: Orchestra Ulpcraj, 2, 3, -l. FRANCES HKJRST Learning by study, must be num. Opera Chorus, 2, 3: French Club. 3, 4: Service Club, 4: Aurora Borealis, 4. BILL MARRE Lel everyone enjoy his whim: Whafs he In me, nr I to him? Football, 2, 3. 4: Basketball, 2. 3, 4: Tribe. 2, 3, 4: Wrestling. 2: Classical Club, 2: Opera, 3, 4: Boys' Clcc Club, 3, 4. TOM MCCONNELL "As fine nz fellow as ever lrurl on leather." Football, 2, 3. 4: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Tribe, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club, 3, 4: Student Council, 4 U'rer-itlentj: Track, 2. Lots VIVIAN SCHULZ "Quiel." Skating Club, 4. LUCILLE TIIORNE "Friendly and frank, she is never u crank." Glen Club, 3, 4: Opera Chorus, 3. 4. ROBERT PALAN " '24 fmt man on the track." Trnek, 2. 3. 4: llonor Pin:-. 2, 3: Tribe, 3. 8: llonor Society, 4: Mathcmatir-1 Club, 3. 4: Camera Club. 4 fPtesidentj: Ann-rirtm Hiwtory Club, 3, 4. OLIVER HICKEL .4 uinner in all he underlakes, and he undertakes all. Opera Chorus. 2: Opera Principal. 3, 4: National Honor So- ciety, 4: Football. 2: Baseball. l, 2: Golf. 2. 3. 4: Basketball, 2. 4: Dial Staff. 2: Assistant Editor. 3: Editor, 4: Pep Stall, 2: Business Manager, 3: Dramatic Club. 3. l: Treasurer, 4: Service Club 2. 3: French Club, 3, 4: Treasurer, 4: French Play, 3: Student Council. 3. 4: Sergeant-at-Arms, 4: Boys' Clee Club, 2, 3, 4: Special Vocal Class, 4: Camera Club. 3: Skating Club, 2: Senior Play Production Stall, 4. Lots HANLON Qualify and quantity. Archery. 3: Cirls' Glec Club, 2, 3, 4: Opera Chorus, 4. MILDREIJ VIITTHAUS l.ife is fleeting: make il plemunl. Schiff Club, 2: Opera Chorus. 2, 3. 4: Volleyball. 2: Basket- ball, 3: Biology Club, 2. FRANK KIRK "Words, wards, u'nnls." Service Club. 2, 3: Mathematics Club, 3, 4: Forum, 3: A. B. W., 4: Track, 2, 4. JACK BIGLER IfrPazion's hvir, lhe world is mine. Wm-tling. 2. 3: Cheer Leader. 3. 4: Basketball. 2: Opera, 2. 3. 41 Boy-' filer' Club. 2. 3. 4: Senior Play. 4: Chemistry Club. 3: Trark. 2. ELSA BONNELL ll at lirxl you don'1 xuccred. Iry, up again Opera. 2. 3. 4: Ba-ketbull. 3. IHARIANNE WVILKERSON HPI uinning smiles and carrfrev u-ups Home helped her through her high .school days. Stud:-nt Counril, 3. 4: Swimming. 2: Ballet, 2. 3: Dial Stal 4: Pep Staff. 3: Sc-rvire Club. 3. 4: Squad Leader. 2. 3. 4: Senior Play Production. 4: Band, 3. TOM HAVVKEN .4 handsome- hrulr, hu! so bushful. Football. 2. 4: Tribe. 4: Boys' Gln' Club. 4. CAMERON HIGCEN BOTH EM Hu droning uill lift him In grrul lifiglvs. Rifle Club. 2, 3: Skating Club, 3: Museum Club, 3. BETTY AMMERMAN Youlh is lull of Sflllll. U. Club, fl. 4: Op:-ni Chorup, 3, 4: Dpi-ru Bur-vbull. 3: Buslu-tball. 3. 4. np Cl JANE MCPHEETERS What a studenlf lfhal an acIres.s.' What a u'omun.' Dramatic Club. 2, 3. 4. Vice-President: Literary Club. 4. Tren-- urvr: Svnior Play, 4: Sen-ice Club. 4: Student Council. 4. Ser- retary: Honor Society. 4: Opera Chorus, 3. 4. EWALD BAHR Good xporr. gnrul lun, good fvlloux nu. 3: Corn-nt History Club. 3. Sc-rgeant-at4Arnl,: Track. 2: XX'n-slling, 3. 4. ARTHUR MATLOCK Little curl- I. Trark, 2: Latin Club. 2: Opt-ra, 2, 3. 4: Curr:-nt Hi:-tory. 3: Nlathvniatira Club. 3: Cleo Club. 2. 3, 4: Service Club. 2, 3. 4 OLIVE DEPELHEUER Plfmanr thoughts aj her will always rvmam Opera, 2. Club. 2, 4: Svnior Play lflastj: Dial Staff. 4 RUTHANN BURNS Sure! and charming, just and fair. llramutir Club. 2: Art Club. 2: Studrnt Counril. 4: Upvra. 2. 3: St-nior Play, St-rvirc Club. 2. ROBERT XVI-ICIQSI-IN Some mon are ui.w, some orhwuiw. 'l'mrk. 2. 4: Ilolf, 3. 4: Skating Club, 2. 4. 3, 4: Art Club, 3. 4: Skating Club, 4: llirls' Clee THE DI L SE IORS Page Twenty-fall? . ra SE IORS O DOROTHY BAYLIZY Beneath her flernurv manner Is cwnceuletl tr .sparkling uit. lClark Summit High School! Opera Choru-. 3. HARRY SILVERSTEIN "ml true friend." Trznni-, 2. 3. 4: Current History Club. 3: Boys' CIN- Club. 2. 4: tlpcra. 2, 4: Tribe. 3. 4: Kaulio Club. 2. RUSSELL MER!-IDITH "Too had he rloe.xn'1 lite' un lIurtnIoutlI."' Skating Club. 4: Football. 2. 3, 4: Trark. 2. 3. 4: 1 9 3 5 Vin'-tlinu. 2: Boxing. 8: Tribe. 3. Il. CAMILLE DUNSMOOR '24 neu- .vtudf-nt, bu! 'U. K'." l l l FERN ORENSTEIN "On the 'keys' .she is a queen." tSolclan High Srhoolj opm t:h..m-. 3. HARVEY ROHDE l "A mighty par! in life he's sure to play: I went to school uilh him," you'll say some day. Honor Pina, 2. 3: Opera Chorus, 2. 4: Student Council. 3. 4 Uficc-Presitlentj: Football. 2. 3, 4: Tribe. l. 2. 3. 4 lprvsitlentlz Track, l. 2, 3. 4: Service Club. 2: Pep Stall. 3: National Honor Society, 4: Classical Club. 2: Glce Club. 2. 3. 4. l l MELN'IN GOLDMAN "They uho excel are nIntlesl." National Honor Society. 4: Baweball. 2, 3. 4: Current History Club, 3. 4 KPN-sidentj: Harvard Book Award. 3: Basketball, 2. 3. 4. RUTH JOHNSON .4 mrrry heart maketh a cheerful countenance. L'. Club. 2: Skating Club. 4: Opera Chorus. 2. 4. VIRGINIA HURST Ulf all Ihfue urls in which Ihr' u'i.w excel, .'Ya'urr's chief rrtasfrtrpiece I'.r writing uvll. Honor Pin. 2. 3: Opt-ra Choruu. 2. 3. -I: French Club. 3. 4: Senice Club, 4: Kurora Borvalit-. 4: llial Blall. 4. SHIELDS CHRISTY "S'a1e champion u.-resller rms he. Wrestling, 2, 3, 4: Tribe. 3, 4. JAMES SIDO llalh and l'hysic.r are .lim's major, On his .success u'e'll make' a wager. Football. 2: Basketball. 2. 3: Track. 2, 3, 4: Xlath. Club. 3. 4: President Literary Club. 4: Student Council, 3. 4: Tribe, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Opera Chorus, 3. 4: Hoya' Clee Club. 3. 4. DORIS FINICAN "On her mu: meri:s :hr is silent." Art Club. 2. 3 fTreasureri. 4 1Pr1-sidcntl: French Cluh - 2. 3, 4: Camera Club, 4 lSecretaryj: French Play, '.!: Opera ""5"t7'f"'e 2, 3, 4, Girls' one Club. 2. Lsomnn Bxxamux Where 1111 and bnuns gn mgerher Foulball Trarlx Mafh uh 4 Cuyygn un Inbo- JOSEPHINE QTRICKLAND 4 lnfnd once a Inf-nd furezer fliunn Hlzh Nrhonl Dunn Nnrlh Larolma MARJOR11: 'VICFARLMD Qu111 Shwn lh h Nrhnnl lm NATHAN 1111111 map S1 lelers mll call tu ask a qurslmn Amp Klub h1 C' u 3 Trac LEROY Dlxox Vw 111111 111m 11 111111 he x P 1111 nm ru-1 11 lmxu :mp I LORRAINE S1 I-ILE! ER S11 11111 1111111011: 11111 I 11 l11u1I lhmgx 1111 11 1111 rx 1111 h Llu 1 unur 1111 I mm an-r CARLYNE STR AL ss luud llungs came' ur :mall p11cLug1'.s rannllr Klub 1rr1 ar j vm 11 1101! cnch 3 Pnnmlp Upvra Prlnrlplvl enlcc u Qcnlur as 4 A nslanl Dlrecmr on I METC ALF BRIGTOW 111111 nature 11 gum I1111Amg gund ln 1 11 1 1 I In u 1 1l1 el My ww crux 1 vera 4 btunlmnl iounrx cus blu lu Mfmvm HORVVIT7 11ml 1 nll nel! 11 mul! 11111 111 ln N lb W 4 I 11 fhum rx I'1enunel1111.x e Radm BFRNIC1 BECHEQTOBILL llurn an Ihr' munla l1e1ul.x xlu I Sl Pllmbmllx -M-.xdcnnl MARGARET Coun r lor lwr fr11fn1ll1nes.s and her uns1Ifsl1ne5x b ter 1 mu X 1 j Mruce 1 l nh ROBLRT Doouzx 1115 In plurru uhzn' u11m1-11 nvxrr gn Nhllruiv High S1-huolj THE DI SE IORS 1 , l . A. . A A 3 . 2, 3. 43 '. 2. 3: . Cl , 3, 5 1 Hin 3: , 4, g l l .I S I , . -A . V I j 1 . 1 1 - . 4 X L' 1 ' '11 .' j "Hp .1 . ' ' - - Sl' I . 2. 3: C ma .l b. .1 ' R. 3. , , h. 1 ' '- ' y, 1 fi.. I 1111 - in .1.3.4:u,-111.31 Il 12.3.41 l Sta Iluh. 2. 1 ' ' .- ' . 1 1 11. 3 li: ' . . - ' l1l 1 ." ' Fr' - ' l. 4: H1 Pin. 3. I: Fr- 'h Play ' 1 . 4. 1 1 1 , , ' l ' . . . W n .' 2 . 2 rs- -1- yy. 3. 4. F1 -h 1:11111 2. 3. 4 ll' -fl . I: Fr Play. f ' " ull! . 2 1 A ' . 1 3. 4: s V' Cl 11. 4: - ' Pl-5, 1. ' y: llisl " Club. 4. F I' ', i' " 1 fl 1 .4111 " 1111" 1i , " 1, ' ' . Lit Club.-1: up .3. 1 ' - L 'l,-1: ll ' -- 1: b. 4. "lfl 1 ' hi ' ' fm.. ','. 'l "Il?" B1 d. 2. 3. 45 Clamp Cll , 33 1-s l'1g. 2: l f 'pt 2: I " 1' ' v' ' .' ".v frm " 1W1- N 1 '-s. l1. Q' " fl , 4. ..l I' , -'I . , . '.. tl l . I .1 A. 4 s 1' T ' W age went y ,Wg 4l' SE I 93 IORS SALLY ANNE PUCKET Her mice is ever soft, gentle and luwi an excellent thing in woman. DICK YORE Capable, pnpulur, jun and fair, This chap is found in the l'residenl's chair. Football, 2, 3, 4: Basketball. 2, 3, 4: Track, 2, 3. 4: Opera Principal, 3, 4: Turrh, 4: Claasiral Club, 2: Tribe, 2, 3, 4: Student Counril. 4: Service Club. 4. XVILLIAM B. EISEMAN, JR. "To u.-urk or nal lu walk, that i,I the qIw.slinn." Stamp Club, 2 fScrrvtaryj: Curr:-nt lliwtury Club, 4: Camera Club, 4: Dial Staff, 4. BEATRICE BASSKIN "Sometimes I lllinlrf'WPll'." llonor Pin, 4: Literary Club, 4. HENRIETTA NIAIZNER Her Isirluex are many, her fault.I leur, A credit to her schuul, .Ihv is true blur. MARVIN DYIIoUsE A nice, unparlicular man. ROBERT WEINSTOCK The head of his "rackel." Tennis, 2, 3, 4: Tribe, 2. 3, 4: Opera, 2, 3, 4. SARA EI.IzAEE'rH GRAYSON "One of our fuer girls." U. Club, 4 lSecretaryl: llnrkey, 3, 4: Baseball, 3: Basketball, 3, 4: Volley Ball, 3. BETTY HECKLIAN Her quiet even temper makes and keeps a hnsl of friends. lfrom Riverview Cardensj CHARLES G. ANDREWS "lust a good, all around fellow." Football, 2: Opera, 2, 3, 4: Classical Club, 3, 4: W'restling. 2: Track, 2: Skating Club, 2: Glee Club, 3, 4: Current History Club, 3. FRED LEYIIE Of manner.: gentle, ol afectinn mild. In wil a man, simplifily a child. National Honor Society, 4: Football, 2, 3. 4: Basketball, 2: l Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Track. 2. 4: Tribe, 2, 3 fVicr'-Presidentj, 4: l 1 Opera Cast, 3, 4: Student Council, 3 lScrgeant-at.Arms,, 4 fPresidentj: Senior Clan Treasurer. MYRTLE VADEN She doe: her work with a smile. Service Club, 3, 4: Current History Club, 3. ' Ia LA VERNE HYNES Easy come, easy gn. Opera Chorus. 3. 4, DOROTHY TURKEN .4 capable sludvnl. Chcminry Club. 4. IVA HARDY .4 quien' girl and a sincfrr- flirnd. DEVEREIQX KLEIN Thr nnly may lo hare n friend ix In bv nn:-. lhprra Principal. 3. 4: Drnmalir Club. 2, 3. 4: S1-nior Play. 4: T:-nni-. 3. 4: Bai-I-ball. 2: Rifle Club, 2. 3. 4: Sknlinpz Club, 2. 3: Glen Club. 2. 3. 4. HENRY A. JACOBS "ful mmf rue' jolly." ll'ilhburghj Biology Club, 4. MARGARET FRANK ,4 .-..-.'.'. girl of f.-.. ..-....I.. Cnnwra Club, 3: llpvm Chorus. 3: llorlmy 1YnrwiIyl, 2, 3. 4: Archery fVarniIyl. 2. 3. LORRAINE MARIE SCHULZ ",'lludex1 und retiring." llioohf-velll Pallcm- and Brush. 2, 3: SI-crelary. 4 U.'irc-Prm-ide-nlj SAM COHEN "Sing away .sorrow and cas! away care." Current llialory Club. 3, 4. President: Opera, 2. 4: Senior Play. 4: Skating Club. 2. 3. 4: Dial Slafl, 4: Tennis. 3, 4. JERRY WENNEKER "I don'l laugh unlesx I .see something funny." THE DIAL FAY TURSHIN "lVlm1's in a nanu--nanufs run br' chungedf' ELEANOR ANN HOEVEI. n. In hw langue' is the lau: uf kindness. lub Band. 2, 3: Chorus. 2. 4: Girl!-' Glu' C Ar! Club. 3. 4: Hockey, 4. MILTON ARONSON 'Tis lhe mind lhul makes lhv body rich. National Honor Soriely. 4: Football. 2, 3. 4: Forum. 3: l Curr:-nt lliflory Club. 3: Pr:-midi-nl. 4: Honor Pins, 2, 3: u-inn, Niurmger lliul. 4: Tribe, 4. SE IGRS C 193 age ly-nine SE IORS DALE STANZA Slow of speech, bu! quick lu hmm, That is Dalewul gu-e.x,r ro." " Track. 3, 4: Math Club, 3, 4. Opera 3. Football, -5 DOROTHY ADZICK Lilrvuble and xincere. FERN NAVE "Quiet but nina" CHARLES N. GILLES, JR. If at first you dort'l succeed, lry, try, again. l"OOtbull, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 2. 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Golf, 2. 3, 4: Tribe, 2, 3, 4. 5 ALEX RUBIN "Short, but hard to beat." Current History Club, 3. ELOISE BRADLEY "Modest and retiring." Qfrom Normandy Highl Arr Club, 3, 4: Literary Club. 4: Latin Club. 4 fPrt-wiclentl Service Club, 3, 4: Production Staff. Senior Play. -3 Honor Pin. 3: National Honor Society, 4. VIRGINIA FRANK A student in every inch." U. Club, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club, 3: National Honor Society, 4: Opera Chorus, 3: Hockey Varsity, 2, 3: Archery, 2, 3: Honor Pin, 2. 3. it HAROLD KIRSCH In all hi.: .tlurlies he has matle an excellent showing, Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Tribe. 2. 3. 4: Honor Pins. 2, 3, 4: Current History Club, 3. 4. fSt-rrctary and Trcasurerj : Chess and Cherker Club, 3, 4: National Honor Society, 4. FRED WHITE "Be good and yvu'Il be unusual." Track, 2, 3, 4: Tribe. 2, 3, 4: Skating Club. 2. 3, 8 fPresidentj: Boys' Glee Club. 2, 4: Senior Play, 4: Skating Team, 4: RiHe Club, 3, 4: Opera, 3. RUTH SHEAR Ruthie ix a bonnie lass Belunging In our Senior Class. French Club, 2. 3: Literary Club, 4: History Club, 2. 3, 4: Chemistry Club. 4: Chemistry Club-Editor of Retort: Opera Chorus, 2: Pallette and Brush, 2, 3, 4. BERT GORDON ll'.v a great life-if you don'l weaken. Clee Club. 2, 3: Skating Club. 3. 41 Opera, 2, 3. LEONARD ROSENBAUM No subject is too hard lor Leonard lo brooch, In math, English, or history, he'd make a good coach. Honor Pin, 2, 3, 4: Track, 2: Harvard B. Award, 3: Math Club, 3, 4: Forum, 3: Senior Play. 4: National Honor Society, 4: Dial Staff, 4: Current History Club, 3, 4: Debating Club, 4. VIRGINIA Lou EVANS "Kind and sensible." Girl-1' Cleo Club, 2. 3. 4: Orchestra. 2: Current History Club, 2. 4, trial smart. 4: op.-fa. 3. 4. HERBERT SHIEBER A crnlil lu our Senior Class. Xlath Cluli. 4: Litvrary Club. 4: Basketball, wmning. 2. 2: Baseball, 3, 4: Louis ISAACS "S!ilI uwzler rum drep, S., 1 1.,.,k bfynff I leap." Radio Club. 2: Chvmistry Club, 3: Camera llub. 3 ll"urrha-ing Agvntj. 4: Truck, 2. 4. Band. 2. 3: JEAN SPEAKES Thmuph muxir shi' xhull rvafh lmr fume. OW-rn. 2, 3. 4: Glu' Club, 2. 3. 4. FLORENCE ARMSTRONG ily lwsl is ull lltal I ran ilu. l'. Club. 2. 3. 4 1'l'rc-asurn-rj: Art Club, 2. 3. 4 fPreuidvntl: Sn-rvivr Club, 2, 3. 4: llnnur Suri:-ty. 4: Opera, 4: Vullcy Hull, 2, 3. 4: Basketball. 4. ERWIN LANDAU Jlnilmly' ix lhe' bm! Prialvrtrr' of gnml IPlt.w. Gulf. 2. 3 4: llnnor Pins. 2. 3. 4: Chi-mintry Club. 3. 4 lSn'rrm'turyl: Tlallt. Club. 2, 3 fVirt--l'rm-sidcntl. 4 ll'n'sid1'ntlg Svnire Club, 43 Nutiuttul Honor Such-ty, 4. BILL CLARK llen. like bullrls, gn larlhesl lflwn they are Anmulliesl. Rillc Club. 2: Buy! Glee Club. 3. 4: Opera. 3. 4: Special Voral Class 4. JANE KLEBAN .4 Inu' friend iA u frirml form-er. Aurora Bun-zilif. 4. LORAINE THELMA MARCULIS Laugh and the uwrlil Luughs at gnu. HERLUF LUND L .4 ynung man nf uit and u'il1. Chemiatry Club. 3. 4: Fcmtball. 2: Bahketball. 4. DAVID F. ORWIC Urn' smile is worth u hundred fmnrts. Hand. 3. 4: Wn-filing, 3, -4: Servirt- Club. -4. ROSEMARY DATZ .-l jmiul rumruile' uhn .xplruils suruliiltr u'lxent'e'r Alu' gfws, Art Club, 2. 3: llramulir Club, 2: Math Club, 3. 4 15:-crolnryl: Latin Club. Y: Senior Play. 4: P1-p Staff. 3: llial Stull. 4: Squad l.e',tdvr. 2, 3, 4: Vive-Pri-sidm-nt 54-niur Clan. 4: Opvm Churua, 2, 3, 4: Skating Club. 2. 3. 4: Ping Pong Clmrupiun. 2. 31 Svrvirv Club, 4: Student Cuunril. -l. SE IORS S' l Page Thirtj' My ' 1 ". . -R 19 Page iirty-one IORS FRANK LEONARD ll in in my LMA, nf kf..,..I if, Football, 2: Chemistry Club. 4: Soni:-1' Club. 2. RUTII BOTTIIM ".-1 jrivnfl uf fri4'ml.v." lllilenour. Parihr High Srhnul.b LucILI.E STERNECKER --.4 K.-nm mm." RICHARD EMBREE Knfnu uhal In my, .-lml lfhfn In say' il. Band. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra. 2. 3. 4: All-County Band, 2: Debate Team. 3: Forum, 2. 3: Trurk. 3- 4. HARRY HAI-IUSSLER "l!'huI cure' hr for flzmx ul fulfill?" I-'4mlb.1ll. 3. 4. BEVERLY BUERLOT Hy ymnghglung, hgppygfl-lurky uccvptunce nf ups and often pmrm pIf'u.mn?ly conlugiuum. Opera Chorus. 2. 3. HARRIET LA MERTIIA In gvnma.sric.x Harrier cun'l he' heal. Shffs un all-.smr ulhlrlv. l'. Club. 2. 3. 8: Pluck:-5, 2, 3, 4: Bn-ke-lball. 2. 3: Yulle-I Ball. 2. 3: Han-ball, 2. 3: Chorus, 3. 4. RAYMOND GARDNER His only rival is Ihr' talking machine. fflluyton High Srhunlj OLIVE ALMANY "Of quivl ways, Bu! gmail lhnughlsf' DORIS GIBSTINE ".-I girl nj quiet u'uy.I." Opl-ra. 3. HANFDRD G. SHER "And :hen he tmlk up gulf." BA-ki-Iball. 2: Baseball. 3. 4: Trark. 2: Golf. 2. 3. 4: Skatinl! Club, 4. MARX' YONKER Thry think she is bashful, But she is only wise. Opera. 2. 3. 4. fClay!on Highj Juu'n.s ALICE PEELE ln schoolwork ,she dues excel And what she does is aluays dong u-ell, Literary Club 3, -1 lSecretaryJ, Service Club, 3, 45 Honor Society, 4: llonor Pin. 2, 3, 4g Opera, 2, 3, 4: l"rr'nrh Club. 4. Louis SHOTLIFF .Yolhing grea! was ever achieved without enlhuxiasnx. Chemistry Club. 3, 4 fYice-Presidentl: Camera Club. 3, 4 lpfffldfnlli Radio Club, 3: Math Club. 2, 3, 4 fPresidentj: Opera Chorus, 2, 3. 4: Tennis, 2. 3. 4: Honor Pin, 3, 4: Hoya' Glec Club, 2, 4. ALAN FLEISHMAN .Hake merry lor we have bu! one life before us. Vlreetling, 2, 3: French Play, 4: French Club, 4: Student Counril, 4. BLANCHE BROWNSTEIN Hard work brings a jus! reuurd. Opera Chorus, 2: Opera Ballet, 3: Honor Pin, 2, 3. , ETHEL JANE EL1.1s A sweel girl of jeu' uwrdx. Opera Chorus, 2, 3. 4: Volley Hall, 3: Archery 2: Biology Club, 2, 3. JUNIOR SCHALLER Call mr- Gus. Football, 2. 3, 4: Trarlz, 2, 3, 43 Tribe. 3, 4. Louis BUDKE Life is fleeting, make il plrasanl. Track, 2, 3: Wrealling, 2, 3, 4: Bnya' Clee Club, 2. 3. 4: Opera, 3. 4. DoR1s MORGAN Work plus play equals perfection. Dramatic' Club, 3, 4: Literary Club, 3, 4 lVice-Presidcntjg Service Club. 3, 4 U'residentl: U. Club, 4: Opera, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play, Assistant Director, 4, Opera Ballet, 2, 1. RUTH LORTON Al athletics Ruth is a u'hiz.' U. Club, 3. 4 lPresiclentl: Hockey Varsity. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Varsity, 3, 4: Yolley Ball Varsity, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Vanity, 2. 3, 4. YVALLACE EMMER ,Ve and my ford, Filberl. Opera Chorur. 3, 4: Baseball, 2: Wrestling. 2, 4: Dial Stall, 4: Skating Club, 2, OLIVER COLD Gracious, loyal, and full nf fun, Bebe is liked by ezeryune. Basketball, 2: Wrestling, 2. 3: Opt-ra Chorus. 2. 3. 4: Student Council, 3, 43 Se-rvirv Club, 2, 3, 4: Skating Club, 4: Senior l'luy, 4: Prp Stall, 2, 3: Cl--v Club. 2, 3. 4. DOROTHY IJEUTBIAN A rmzitlen uirli u xmile, whose friemlrhip is .tn uwrrli uhilf. Skating Club. 3, 4: Claw-sirul Club. 2: lllnl Stull 3, 4 lllireulalion Mutiapze-rl: Senior Play Produrtion Staff. 4. SE IORS SE IORS O LAWRENCE WVELCH "Quiet and courteous." fClayIonj DOROTHY STEVENS fnr she': sincere and an unlailing friend. Archery Varsity, 2, Opera Ballet. 35 U. Club, 33 Treasurer, 4 Service Club, 4. DORIS Rona "Fair and fine." Opera Chorus, 3: Opera Ballet, 3. 1 9 3 5 DICK STEM Laugh and the world laughs with you. Opera Chorus, 2: Opera Principal, 35 Golf, 3, 4. Boys' Clee Club. 2, 3, 4. MEYER INGER "Plenty to say, bul1" Service Cltth, 2. 3. CHARLOTTE CRANDALL And .ttill they gazed and still the wonder grew, That one small head could carry all she knew. Classical Club, 3: Vice-President, 4: All-County Orchestra, 3, 4: Honor Pin, 2: Orchestra, 2, 3, 43 All-Stale Orchestra, 3. LESLIE MITCHELL A good heart is worth more than all the heads in the world. Opera, 2. 33 Clce Club, 45 Service Club, 3. RALPH CooK Ralph deserves his notoriety, Because he belongs to the Honor Society. Forum, 35 Debating Team. 3, 4: Service Club, 3: , Chemistry Club, 4: Mathematics Club, 4: Senior i Play Cast, 45 National Honor Society, 4. i HARRY GREDITZER ln sludies he excelr, and he dues many other things as well. W Track, 2, 3: Service Club. 3: Senior Play. 4: Opera, 3, 43 Honor Pin, 23 Student Council, 4. HILDA FRIESE "ln typing she excels" Honor Pin, 2, 3: Classical Club, 2: Secretary, 3: Virc-President, 3. SYLVIA BARACK Who proves that it pays to try. ELLSWORTH CARMICHAEL "Good luck in the adventure of life." Page ifyfthree IRENE WILSON A girl of jeu' words. ELLIOT COHEN ,4 basketball man. Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Tribe, 4. LIARIE BERRY A friend's friend. Opera, 3. ANNIE LAURIE FORDER .4 wonderful girl In know. BYRON BARR Why shnuldrfl Herman want to sing? Track, l, 25 Basketball, 3, 45 Tribe, l, 2, 3, 45 Opera Chorus, 3. ISABEL ACRUMAN Lovely to look al. Art Club, 4 QVicc-Pres.j5 Dial Stall, 35 Opera Chorus, 4. EDGAR COMMANDER Cond old "Jluxe." Wrestling, 25 Truck, 2: Opera Chorus, 3, 45 Basketball, 2. THE DIAL SE IORS Page Thirty-1" 1 Page 'rty-jive SE IORS I 93 JACK OSBORNE Some work and .mme play make jack a bright bay. Golf, 3, 4: Baieball, 4. JANE AMBRESTER .4 wrv fuvrl, but shy girl. Opera Chorur-, 2. 3. 4: Yullt-y Ball, 3: Ari-ln-ry, 2 Bit.1..g,- Club, 2. 3. LUCY HUGHES JONES Kindnmg hax irresistible charrru. ROBERT BAUM Always smiling. Service Club. 2. 3. 4, Skating Club, 3, 4. ROBERT AUBUCHON Life'.s a jest and all things slwu' il. I though! .sn once, but naw I knnw it. Pep Staff. 3: Sports Editor: Tennis, 2, 3. 4-: Basket Ball, 2, 33 Dial, 4, Skating Club, 45 Wrestling, 3. MARY JANE PICKEL .4 girl of few uwrnls, U. Club, 4: Se-rvire Club. 4: Opera. 2, 3, 4g tluftt-,Y vmsty, 1. ROSE MATUSOI-'SKY She never charlgflh, always the same Opera, 3. GEORGE YVALLIS Those u-lm lrrmu' him best, like him mast. Tennis, 2, 3. 4, Trarlc, 2, 3. 4: Tribe, 3, 43 Current History Club, 3. ROBERT XVHORTON Persetserence u'in.s Out. Opera Chorus, 2. 3, 4. HELEN STERN When given a tink she never delays, fur earnest ejurl, .she desvrres praixe. Latin Club. 2: Forum. 2. 3: Service Club. 2, 3, 4: Slam Club. 2: Art Club, 3, 4: Aurora Borealis Club, -l. BESSIE ANNE HORD An all-aruurtd athlete. llm-lucy Yar-ity, 2. 3, 4: Basket Ball Varsity, 2, 3. 4: Vulley Ball Vanity, 2. 3: Baseball. 2. 3: Girls' U. Club, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arm., Servirc Club, 4. RALPH HORWITZ Size is rm: .rn important. Radio Club, 23 Chemistry Club, 3, 45 Band, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 2, 3. I I J I IX I X IMI11 111 J 1 III I II I III III il I I une, 1935 11 et 1II 1 I. 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It-h N1 ' lfr' 1l11'1g l'1111l.1 l.1'1 1' I l' 'I l ill!" 11 ' -,l,,-1 11. 12 1...-1 1-31..1..... 11.1.1.1 11 1 1.1111----1 vi 1' '. 11.1.11 11111 P.-1...-1 N. 1. 1. 1. 11.-1,111.1 I-1111.11-11. 11... 11... z1...,,..-,,..,... l'.1uli111- '1- -1-1111 lY111111l1x l,11111111l11'1: X 11.1 H1-1'1l.1ll I1 1111.111 1935 Bull -Klthelmer Leona Baker George Ballance Blll Ballard Ed Beare Vlrglma Becker Blll Beckman Vernon Bell Irvm Bender Evelyn Black Fllzabeth Borgsteadt Glenn Brock Marylee Buettner Mary Ellzabeth tandy Florence Carson Martha Jane Clarke Mark Stewart Cohn Nlarcella Court 'Vlary Crane Vnrgmla Crlsp June Davis Suzanne Dazey Elleen DeLeal Jack Dell Josephine DeLurglQ l'l1nor Dubet Harry Duetman Bette Duke Standte Flllott Edgar Ellman Nlarun Felnsteln Fra Feldman Albert Finn Shlrley Francis Charles French Bull Friedman Pearl Garber Bill Glbberson Josephine fllvarry Jack Goldstem Lois C oldstlcker Lllllan Covernlck Dave Gredltzer Frances Hamllton Hope Hayes Walter Hayes Bob Hayward Edgar Hedrick Courtney Hememan Harry Helm LOIC Hollingsworth Muriel Holzmark Bull ,lack Madeline Jackman Melun Jacques Beverly Johnson Blll johnson I awrence .lordan Donald Kahsh june KIFSDDH Frances Klshllngbury Blll Knott Clayton Koonce Carolyn Kunz Sam Lamb Vlrglnla Lamkey Harold Llnk Bull Logel Henry Lowenstem ,lack Lynott Blanche Nlarglous Nlelvln 'Vlatlock Thomas Matthews Warren Wletelman Bob Meyer Arnold Michelson Ray Mlckes Norman Neldt Robert Norwlne Margaret OHare Vlrglnla Papenduk Lllllan Pass Marvm Pogansky Ruth Popek Nlary Prendergast Eunwe Putney Joe Rice 'Vhldred Romlne Bob Rose Dorothy Rubin Frank Sanders June Schafer Wllham Schoenebeck Lenora Schulz Nlarjorle Schwartz Norvell Seele John Shepherd Jeanette Smith Fdwm Spiegel Donald Spllker Fred Stafford Allen D Stem Georgia Stendle Phnllp Swanson Robert Thomas Eleanor Turshln Betty Vaughan Cbrls Wlemnaas Nlarlan Walsh Frances Wesley Dorothy Wessel Rn hard Vi llderson Dalsm Wllllams farol Wlllle Ruth Ann Wal on 'Nlable Yates Joseph Zamlxmskl Nlarlam Lucker Page F orly-one I Class of January, J, M, Cgrgyfoil I' l Aldine Hausey' Anna Mae Mecalo Madge Sturm up l'nr15.1g AUIVIIIE ' HEDI L atlonal Honor OC1CtY Schola rshzp Leadershzp Character Se rmce JUINE 1935 SENIORS 'Nlary Jane Plrltel Harxey Rohde Leonard Roeenbaum Louis Shotbff ,llm S1d0 Helen Stern Olner Hlckel Vlrglnla Hurst Harold Klfqh Flor:-me Arm trong. Milton Aronson Eloise Bradley Ralph Cook Charlotte 1 randall NIdI'l0Il Krout Frwm Landau Fred Leyhe ,lane Mcpheetera Robert Palan Vlfgllllll Frank Nlelvm Goldman Dxrk Yore Harry Gredltzer JAINUARY 1936 SEIN IORS Iaabelle Brooltb l' bzabeth Murray A Chapter of the Natlonal Honor Soclety was orgamzed Ill our school lll 1950 SINCE then ll has grown conblderably IH SIZC and lmportance The hrbt war there were twelxe from the June Clam: and thls year there were twenty members elected from the June flass The quabficatlons for mtmberbhlp ln tlnb 0I't.3lllZ3.ll0ll are outxtandm cbolar slnp lcadershlp character and NCTVICC Unlx fifteen per cent of any Srnxor lla-s may be chosen Member bmp ln the Natlonal Honor Soclety lb the h1,bet honor Pagc Forty fuu! I 7 5 .V S Y 'v 1 . I ' . l 7 7 wq n Y V is Y a Q ' 1 i ' v S ' D S . . . . ' .N .U S that the faculty Can bestow upon a student. 1935 Te 13 I' XH UTIXL HUA E!llf0flllLl1lf 4990ClfIfP lzzlllor Czrculullon Uanager Oil! FR I-Ilcksl HADI rx GRII-I-IN Doaorm Dmrxwx 4rt Editor flsslstant 4rt lzdllor Sponsor EDITORIAI ASSISTANTS Robert -Xubuchon Olne Depelheuer Frank Er kme Bf-rnddlne Ielter Bob Claser Ted Kraft Bruve H1g.g1nbolhan jane Klelun Ieonard R0 enhaum Franre HurQt B111 Rom Norma fullwrt on Vlrglnm Iou Fvans Vlfglflll Hur I Xlarpnret Pdrmdn lwhelnm Plc-1 vhmxn Nldflillflf' Wllker on Dick Compton Pern Oren IPIII TY PISTS Ho enny Dau lorralnv Hnltzmm 'Nlarjorw Hall Xian jane Plrlwl NI ID .lane Plckel Blanzhf- Brown KPIII ADW ERTISIING ASSIS PANTS rill?l'W Bxrrlere Vlrglnla lou Fwam Wllllam RoQs leona fo'-In We-rnon Nlaull Richard lewln Sam lohen Leglle fruvmt W ALLACE EMMFR C HARLES 0 BRIEN Miss HAMILTON I -H: Page forty file A K " lu D' ln f fa 11- , ' f 1 . Q . Hin-ke-l fllifiin lla-num Amm-nn 1 l I 7 I RD ' ' . . ,' - - - N I 1 I ' NIILTON ARONSUN - - - Business Manager 1 S , , " ' z , s ' S . ' 1' 1 I s U " " . .' .' " ' 'z s . ra ' ' ' ' ' 'S L . ' I , ' ,s " I ' s ,' S 2 Y ' ' A '. 1 . ' . I ' , T f X, 2 E t 'I ua! 2 ' ? , , L ' i4lif"f"'g,1 h tucient COUHCII First Semesfvr OFFIC ERS Tow 'Wd ONNI-I L I resident HAR! EX ROHDI' lice President EDITH LLARIX Secretary DICK XORF Treasurer OLIVER HICIQEI. ----- Sergeant-al-Arms QIJUIISOF-NIISS FMERY Metcalf Briitow RIHIILIIIH Burn: Edith Ulurk l.oui.:e Frenrli Uliver V01 Oliver Hi -kel lv ' in in tl: MEMBERS BPut1'i1'P lxramer Kenneth Irutwilvr Fred Leyhe Niurria Ann Mark Vlilllll Xi1'li0llllf'il .lame Nlc'Pl1c'eter.' Ill ax 0 4-A Jim Sido Jane W excel ixllifiiilllii' Wilke-r Caiper Yoit Dick Ynre Harvey Holi ' HE DI L .1 ------- ' ' . " 1 ------ f' - ' xx NN ,NN -n .ll l N lit' Hru Higg: I lun D1 glNl'll0l. nf ffl 'n tl, ' ' fly 1935 tuclent COUHCII SH UND SENIESTLH I-R120 Lm HF Hunm ROHDF Jnr NICPHFFTI-RQ RIQHARD Yom TOM Nici own 1. Miss Ewirm Fdlth Clark Dick Compton Rowrmarw Datz Shlrlf-w Dunxe Alan Flewhman Olnvr I old UFI-Il LHS I resulenl I ICP 1 resulf nl gl 4 rerun 7 rc avurer Sc rg.: ant at Arms MEMBERS Harrs Credltzer Ollver Hlckel Bruce HI,-zglnbothanl Kenneth Leutwllc-r Fred Leyhf' Tom Nlcfonnell .lane YlcPhee!er Sponsor Nlargaret Parman Douglas Pollock Harvey Rohde Jim Sxdo Nlarlanne WIIHCPFQOII Dick Yore Page F arty-seven ln k k W H g e 1 h on ll k Fle h ' HEDI L Florence Armstrong FllZ3lJCll"l Borgstedt Geraldmg Barnholtz Hllary Barrlere Carole Baumann Hermla Bernsteln Ruth Boguslow lrma Boxerman Flolse Bradley Roberta Brenner Isabelle Brooke Rae Brooks Ruthann Burns Pearl Cohen Betsy Ruth Carl l eona Costa Bxll Chapman Doris Clarahan Blll Clark Fdlth Clark Allce Clifford Nlargzaret Collxy Ralph Cook Rosemary Datz XIHFIOII Decker ,lack Devor lda Faxes l'thcl l'dmar1l Pranus Fdward-1 Hull l' lseman l POFHIH Faith lark luirgher Nlax l'emmer feltlu Flew her learl I trber Raymond C arret CFVICS Robert Gartslde Betsy Garza Frank Gilbert Kung Clsh Ida Glazer Oliver Gold Nlmette Grober France Grossman FCIICIB Hackman Bessie Hord Frances Hurst Vxrglnla Hurst josephme Jacobs Bully Johnson Paul Julian Janet just Jane Kleban Anna Louise Klersh X era Kohn Beatrice Kramer Vera Kranzberg Fselyn Krelsman Delores Kranzherg Arnold Kurtz Blll Lamberg. Ihylh Lelpzlger Fwelyn len l aula l my l' leannr I IQIOII Kath:-ry n I yon Harriet Nlarl r4g,or -lllce 'Nlaloney 'Krthur Nlatlm k Harru-t Nl 1 he I me Xlc l hu-tu Dorothy Xllller Ada Shlrley Nl099lIlgCl' Doris Morgan Betty Munles Mary Murphy Elizabeth Murray Betty Newton Daud Orwlg Ruth Popek Patty Peele John Paul Phlambohs Mary .lane Plckel Bernlce Powell SQIVIH Powell Wanda Rohlnson Betty Ann Root Margaret Sandae Jeanne Shleber Ruth Shatz John Shepherd Alun Slmpkms Martha ,lane Smythe Anne Splegelman 'lom Stauffer .lean Stern Dorothy Stexans LOUISE btexenson Georgia Steudle farlyne Strau lucllle Thorn Pay Tur hm Norma X auaro C arl X aden .lune Vial h X lrgmm W 1 mhoener jrrmne Wenneker 'Nl lfldlllli' XX llker on Ruth llmlnernmn Page fnrlv 0151 S . 4 A K Y ' ' . 1.4 S . , . . Y , , I 1 , 'S ' ' , . U ', J , , . -. I' ' . ' . ' ' ' I' ' . f ' ss A , I ,, S 1. . 4 .. . H ' S 4 ' X . ' . . 1' , S - y - . - . , .v It ,l . . . '. ' . . , Q . 1 f . ' s I . , . I V la . . . ' . , 7 1 n-r . '. 'l' 5 - , ' yi . g , 5 . L 5 , . L, . U ' A . . -7 1935 trut and Fret lxrxxrm bxnrn Jaw XTIPHFPTI-.RQ Hrmnx lhnwrrlx Fnlrn 1 una OIIXFR Hum! X .1 ur Xnmluw 1 errlrllne Barn HJ I rnnt lNlllfl Brook lt 1 I 1 url o n Hr nrt I,l1I'll c-oral: l'1 1 vert C run Ulmer Hankel UI-l-'Il iw S1 Cn tart else: slant 51 c fl lrtusurc r XIPNIIEI- Rs llewrrnx Kh Ill uk l lhll Q u n xlfll lom xltllllll le gg Xloonm OTIN lor l'llZllll th Nlnrrn Ireslzlf nl llre I rr sulf nt hDITH t I nut ary Isuzu llR00lx'v funn +G TXXYTFR r Nnrrt ne-en l nl net! Sl r xllllll Snnon Kr nnulw Rlllllll l Y tw 1 ll nrle Kanter N sponsorxhlp rl has ad Strut and Fret lll lta xecond wear under Mb- Nlalone wanced Greatly The club nab dnlded mto four UTOUPN llllN xear The first wax '1 Group of new members under the dlrectlon of Peggy 'Vloonex Thex produced Th Lure All The three other UYOUPN were led hw Wallace Andruu DOTIN TVIOFUHII Joan Mohler Each Group Gave a play before vanous school OFUHTIIZHIIOXIN plaxs were Beppo Farcetto Sllenct Pleabe and What PTICC Amerlca entlre flub trled out for 'Sauce for the GOQllllgQ, bw Elgin: Warun Thx 012811 at Soldan Hlall bchool ln COFIJUIICUOII sxlth the Hwh qchool Dramatlc I 0lH'lC1l of Greater St LOUIS and heform the Nlothere C lub of our school The club avalled nbelf of the opportunlty proudecl hx the Illtlr llueatre Culld to ohtaln four seabon tlcketx makmv It posblhle for each memlner of the club to enjoy h1Gh theatre art at a lon cost The club planned Nllll the Camera llulm to make a talkmG moung plcture ln Aprll or Maw an T le e uae Ku c-nlnnm klun Webb lhnhl Inmplnn N Pu-ptr Qnun Nnnun Y.-wsu Nlurzm Br-ml, NI: Nlalnm Straus kmnr 'tnulr-M Yluhlcr I Nluhlar Nlcphntcr Burn turn Nnuth lllrkml llnrk Nlnrrn lunlh Nharmln Page Form nlne T Ilfl 3 :3', -------- 2 , 1 :Q ---- - ' . . .... ' L ' . ----- A .v" 'f -' --'- 1, lf ' ..... ' 1 . . - - -I, ,:- 1 V llt '- 'I 's " ' 3 -' Lau ll Xlurie l'f-it e-r I 1 ' ' 1 l ll', ,la " ,a ler .' 1 Q llc- '1 llc-rnsta-in lun- xll'l,ll!'I'll'I'S l,4-onurml iosf- znln at - 'F tflare ,lnnv Xla 'sllnll Ilan' - . lr- nmn Htl' l Ilurk ,lea l ler , ' ' lil 'lt 4 11 Ill! ton . 1 , " tlarlynf- Strauss ,f. '. 1 ga- , . ' fl "4 I ill IJ X gun Yiv'un 1 'itz liol P H gxurtl I' L ' . aj f 1 s ' . ' ' ' .t ,' t .SQ . 'Q 5 S 5 ' . .T - ' C Y. ' ' ' C Q .N 1 . ' Q A ' - 9' . . ' , ' , va ' . . . C - H -. - . 'C - d A f, ff C.. -' ,. F f , 1' . ZZ I YC Y Z .. l f .a xl i . , .. X ' Th ,- . . HL , .V . A ,y ' . l , . 1 . .S . -T F , . " rs L , . , . K . 1,, A , . Q . . . . 4, . , , 1 gy s N i s W n a iv: I 1 V A K n 1 L A U L n I 1 V 1 U C, 1 ,T . I 1 4 , ' 4 C5 V . A ' av' ll ll I lk 'HEDIL The Student A d Concert Under Ausplces The Mothers Club The St Loul Symphony Orcheatra under the baton of Vlad1m1r Golschmann and the Comblned Chorusee of the School dlrected by Mr Mechalson preaented the thlrd annual Student Ald Concert under the ausplcee of the Mothers C lub on Mon day evening March eleventh ln the Gymnauum A large audlence dlsplayed great enthuslasm for each number on the probram and forced the brllllant young con ductor to rexpond mth xeyeral encoree at the cloee of the procram The lomblned Chorus accompamed by the orche tra mth Mr Mechal on conductlng proved a fine addluon to the alrtady yyell balanced program and rtcelyed the eommendatlon of the crltlc lll the qt LOUIS paper ax yyell as the Ire mendou recepuon by the audlenct tht tudcnt and fund by eyeral hundred dollar and ll 1 hoped that thl mo t yyorth Xylllll? project yylll he COllllllll9Cl from year to yedl Page lmy 1 0 1 . U . . v h Aw .I S l , W 1 0 n I ' I ' ' s " . . A s Receipts. over and ahove the heavy' expense of the orchestra. helped to syyell ' s ' ' ' s ' ' s ' ' 'S 's s - 1935 enlor Play CAST Tornetto a Trade man Scarlottl Secretary to Georges lhuralt Court Chamberlain Georges Ex Kmg of Qonstantla Fellv Princess Lydia Nllss Bldgerton her foxerness Nlrs Alfred Hastings an -Xmerlcan Widow OLISLR GOLD Dsxsnmtx KLEIN RALPH Coon Lnowmn ROSENBAL u RLTHAININ Buns Ins NILPHEHERQ ROGEMARY DAT7 Pnncf- Otto HARRY Gnrmrznn OIIXE D1-ZPELHIELER Frm um Sr-rsnwoon Rosa Phelps The January 1933 and June 1935 Semors presented A E Thomas and Harrlson Rhodes romantlc comedy Her l'r1end, the Kmg, on November 23rd and 24th under the dlrectlon of Miss LOUISE Malone Ex Kmg Georges of Constantla FCIIX IS rn exlle m Swltzerland Wllh his daughter, Lydla, and her governess The Prlncess IS a lovely glrl and determined not to marry Prlnce Otto of Hellenos The Prmce IS not enthuslastlc about the match either Meanvs hlle, Mrs Hastings a wealthlv Amerlcan vudow who IS ln love with the Klng, has used her money to brmg about a counter revolutlon to restore the monarchy The solutlon of the love entanvlements and the frustration of a plan of assasslnatlon constltutes the maln plot of thls dellghtfully llllflglllng play Page Fifty one Standing Nheruood brhullz funk Cold Rosenbaum Klem NlrPhccters Dcpclheuer Sealed Credllzcr Burns Dall , S ------- ' N , I' I ---- ' . 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' ' - s ' sc 1 - - as 7 A n . . , U , C ' HE DIAL The Clmolr Labt Sprmff 'Nlr Baker and Mr Mechalson saw fit to add to the schedule of the choru- department a lJCl"lOd dallw f11r a wlected Uroup of -tudentx from the revular chorus classes Tln- group mae to fUIlCl10I1 as a 101111 claw and a small1r Uroup to do speclal chorus work In tl1e Opelllllg meek of -cllool ln September thu Uroup began to functlon a- a choral 01'U8.I1lZ8l1OY'l XN0I'k1Il0' 011 selected mUmlC The Ll1o1r made IIN first app1aranCe 111 the asN1ml1ly for tl11 btudent l1o1lx earlx 111 lNo1eml11r and lmmedlatelx recened excellent notlce from the facultx and -tudent- The Flrxt fonUr1gat1onal ll1urcl1 extended .111 IIIXIIHUOII to l1ax11 tl1e cl1o1r Nlllg at Nexperx Ill lJ8C6I'lll18I' and lll1N appearance proxed so succe-xful that thex were re lllI'Il9tl for a se111111d 1ngagement 111 tl11 -punff 'll1e Group .1ppear1cl l1efore the 'NI1tl1ers llllll of Sllaare l'mmetl1 femple 111 tl1e1r Hr-t Nemesters 11orl1 I tle concert 111tl1 the St l0111 SXII'IlJllOllX f,I'f'llPNll8. the cl1o1r 1ontr1l1ut11l lt- l1ar1 1s1tl1 tl1e 1I1CldCl1ldl Nolos Il 11 -111111111 NE'Illt'Nlfl 11 1 N 1x1Nt1 11111 tl11 Clltllf 1 o11l1le1 111 llllllllbel' 111 1111111 :er .111 pldXlll .1 1r-11 1.11 Ill IF -11111 - 11 ll 11 1er11 .1 .111 .1 eetor tl1.1t 1s1tl1 tl1e next len xear 11111 Nlllll UFOIID .111 1 f1t111 lt 1 tl11 1.1 N e111le of tl1e 110 dll! .1t 1 U 11p11rt11lr1 11151 P1111 11111 1 ' D. 1 . ' . 1 1 5 ' 5 : ,' L, : 5 , Z., : QQ : ' 1 .1 ' 1 '55 J 1 L. 5 5 ' '. D ' .3 : C : C ' C : ' . . C I C X . I K . Y. . h . J. : 1 ' 1 .1 " ,. ' ,. ' 1 , 1 5 I ' I ' ' ' Q J S ' '. ll 1 I tl 1 J lx .1 1' f 'tx 1 ' 1 1 ' l l ' ' 1 l s 1 1l 'v 1 ' la ,1 I' t ' tl Q ll tl 1 I tl' K-1' 1l11' . lt is l111pe1l l11 lllt' dir ' 1 " 5 ' U' ' s 5 1 , IS 11' lv- 'I l '1 lt 1 lily .'1'l1 l s-l 11l 1 l tl1' 111ly 11111si1- ol' tl111 l1i,l1est type will l1e f1111111l lll its 1 ,. .A . 19.35 The Opera Kattnka a muslr al extravaganza ln three aft mllsll lnv the renowned Rudolf l'r1ml and lvrtf bv Otto Hauerhaeh wa presented hy the tudent of the Nlu te lepartment a the lwghth Annual Student Opera on Aprtl 7.3 76 The fast elected through the regular routlned tryouts before the ftrultv fommtttfe cornprtsed the followlng flu the Order of llhelr Appearance! Xarenka Katnnkas mard amvm Sl Petrov a frtend of Ivan Dt-.vnu-,tx KILKN Ivan Dtmltrt 1Katmkas sweetheart! an attar he to the Ru stan Xmbassador OIINLR lllflxl-.I Borls Strogoff Hussnan Ambas tdor to Austria Nlzruur Bmsrovv Kattnka hx brlde Nluuattsr funtsru-us Tatlana Katmkas mother Xmotvu Sraxroun Thaddeus Hopper a wealthy Nmeru tn RIIHARD XOHL Olga l'Nashanb hrst wtfe to Born Dokornv Cnossm-:ru Thursday nwht FRED LFYHE Abdul A Palau, dwmdm Thursday nwht HARVLY Rotme I l'rnlay mght HARRY Cm-imrztza Artf Bey a Turkish gentleman FD Stasnvsooo Nlr Helen Hopper Thaddeus Hoppers wlfe CIAKE JAN! lwlAR MALI Ha lf a flI'C3NNldll DILK STENI A Boy Hovvutn SKHNIITZ Peasants Brldesmalds Ollners Kufsts Tourists Turktsh Nattves et: Petrov played bv Devereuv Kletn proved a very tnterestmg slnglng. and acting part for the versattle tenor Ivan Dlmltrl the lover of Katlnka afforded Oltver H11 kel some excellent oppor tunttles to woo wtth both song and words and prove to the dLldlClICC that he merited their constant attentlon Nletc alf Bristow Boris Strogolf the Russian Ambassador used his sonorous hassvotce rn some very stlrrtng seenes hls work was well done Katlnka the tltle role and sweetheart of Ivan was a splendid vehicle for Nlargaret Lhrtstmann to display her excellent slngtng VOICC and talent as an actress Thaddeus Hopper the genlal audacious 'xmCflC'3Il provided Duck Yore the part made to order Olga first wlfe to Boris was well portrayed by Dorothy Grossberg both from the standpoint of singer and actress The honors ln the part of Knopf were shared equally by Tom McConnell and Fred Leyhe Ed Sherwood lll the character of Arlf Bev carrled the character splendtdly and proved a hne addltlon to the already excellent cast 'Nlrs Hopper Wlfe of Thaddeus Hopper was cleverly executed by Clare ,lane 'llarshall sharing wtth Duck Yore ln most of the comedv of the show and dolng effective danee steps throughout Page Fifty three 1' "s Q ' ' . ' s .' 1' s s . s' P ' 'S 2' ' " .' . s ' 1 ' ' ' .' 1 ' . ' ' ' ' ' -, ' ' " ---------- fl. .' 'L .l"HAl'rr I , , 'isa S " ----'- , ' I . I -' ' 'F ' r -.-.------ ., ,. - J . -. , . . V I ' .2 -,,,,,,, I ' A 1' ,l' 5 ' , ' , " 's --4- '--- , . Knopf, manager of the Cafe Russe in Vienna - I 1-'ridziy night' ,,,. TOM NICCUNQELL T ---- fe.-:P -Q s . . , -,,. A 1 s. , - .' " ----- I.. 1: s . 'l' , ' I' ------- V ----- ' ' . V si . I . . .. . . I' . ., K A b - . . k . Av- l . B. , I ' Q ' L A ' V ' ' . ' , a, -a A I T n , - ' U -T, I - A q N . v. . . K l 1 '11 1l1l ll . 1 It 1 1 1 1 MIR 111' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 Elorse Acruman Vrrgrnla Albarh Ruth Alexander Betty Ammcrman Isabelle Andrews Betty Baker Leona Baker Ceraldrne Barnho tz Corale Bauman Dorothy Bayley Vrrgrma Becker Dorothy Bender Elsa Bonnell Roberta Brenner Isabelle Brooks Beverly Buerlot Mary Lee Buettncr Irma Burkett Ruth Ann Burns Florence Carson Lorraine Cherry Margaret Chnstmann Ablgarl Christy Dons Ann Clarahan Edmth Clark .lane Clark Llllxan Clark Dorothy Conner Charlotte Crandall .lohn .Albarh Charles Andrews Wallau Andrews Bull Ballard Byron Barr l'dvyard Bran: Bull Bu-l.man Ld Bowman 'lletralf Brl tow Bob Brownstein Bull Budkf- Ioms Budkm john lhmn ms Curro lu Chalmers Blll f arl. I-.dv-ard Lommander ' HE DIAL Vrrgrnra Crt p Norma Culbertson Rosemary Datz June Davrs Betsy Day Ohve Depelhcuer Opal Douglas Ramona Drerflte Mane Eads Ida Eaves Vlrgmra Ellxs Martha Edwards Marlon Lourne Endrc .lane Etherton Vrrglma Lou Evans Ceorgta Falth Clarre Fmn Duns Frnnegan Thelma Fletsrhman Zelda Fleischer Carol Frankenthal Louise Frenrh Pearl Garber Dorothv Grossberg Duchesnc Guest Vlarjone Hall Frances Hamilton Lors Hanlon Aldine Hauser Hoyxard Cory Henri Daud Bob Dqvendahl l' rank Dubb n l' dlln I' dgar l' llman XX ullarl l mmrr Harry ln-rh Charlt l'renrh Alun l'ry Bull trbber on ru r 1 o f I 1 ld n Ma tar 1 org llau 1 rm 1 I forge llarn Tom llauhen Opera GIRLS OF THE ENSEMBLE Betty Hecltman Helen Hellerud .lean Hcllmrrh tene Henderson l'elrc1a Horhman lots Hnlllngsworth Lorramc Holtzman Frances Hurst Nrrgrnla Hurst Dorothy .lath Rosemary .lenlunn Nanry Ruth .lohnson 'Nina Jones lurlllc Kapellman 'llanon Koelsch Vera lxohn Ruth lxolker Rose Komadrna Vera kransberg Harrlette Lahlertha Vtrglnla Lamltey Anne landau l-.velyn Levy Ruth lorton Vrrgtnra Lynott Nathalie Lttle Harriet MacGregor l'yr.lyn Nlagurre June 'Vlam Alrce Malone Alyre Maloney Margaret Mallory I-lorenee Manton Clare Jane Marshall .Annette Mathea l'.leanor.l Mathes Harriet 'vlrCabe Adele 'lleCarthv .lane 'VIA-Phceters Sarah 'Vleddleman Mary Ellen Metz Leslre Nhtrhell lean Mohler .loan Wlohler Mary Llnabeth Hoody Peggy Mooney Dons Morgan Ruth Morrison Ada Shrrley 'Nlusmger Mary Nlurphy Flrzabeth Murray Betty Wlunrcs Nrrglma 'Nlcdrmghaus Mrnam Nethery fern Orenstetn 'Vlrrlam Oat-nhandler BOYS OF THE ENSENIBLE Walter Hays Paul llerlt lourtnvy Hemc-man Ollynr Hrrlul 4 tofu- Hlnklns .loe Horan Auron Inger Nur lrurn Bu.:-rly lohn 4 n Haryn john on Charles lxanter Bob hr-mp lhll krrurn larl hragh Nam lamb 1 nn: th l 1 utmln r ll: nrt l ov: n Bill 'tlarre Paul Nlartrn Arthur 'tlatlork 'llc-lun Nlatlorlr lom Nlattlnus Ammon Nlaull llerbcrt Nlazur Rus all hlttldllll x.,1,.h ut... Ralyh Nuttnr .lxm Ormg ltd l'atttn-on .l hn laul lhrambolr lhan Phipps Xlanxn Pogan Ly Doug 1.1 aft Ntnysart Qunn Wlargaret Parman llllran Pa s .laync Payne Patty Peele 'tlary .lane Pu-kcl Laura Harte Preper Dorothy Powell Ruth .lean Prater Nlartha Proetz Eumre Putney Betty .lane Relnert Helen Reynolds 'Vlargaret Riddle Suzanne Rrggs Rhoda Rubm Betty Ruthwen Peggy Sandhagen Margaret Sandoe Amy Schwartz Eleanor Qeeger .leanne Shu.-ber barnet Sherman Nllmt Stmon Adelrne Smith f eneyreye Smith .lanet Smrth Jeanette Smrth 'lllldrvd Smrth Llrllord Randol Haney Rohde Blll Ro Dirk Ryan Jahn Ryan fauvy Nanders Bob Nrhoenthaler lso Nhalrol Ly fharlz B Nhanl. lfd Nheruood lout Qhotllll' .lann Nrdo 4 mln Nremtn lkamp Home Nrlu-rblau llarrt Nrlyer tem krnnedt smuh 1 vpn er .lean bpeales Barbara lane Springer Dorothy lane Qprcclrelmvyer Nlrglma Stanford Patty Stem lwclyn Sterens 'Nlareena Steten on 'Nalda Stetenson Carlyne Strauss Josephine Qtnrltland bally Sullnan Harnet Summrht Marjorie Trrhler Lots Thomas Lucille Thorne Beth Trowbridge Betty Tydeman .lune Walsh Dorothv We-ssell Marianne Wilkerson Carol W lllre Irene Vrlson 'Nlrldred V ltthaus Loys Wondell Peggy Woodlork 'llary Yonlter Ruth Zrmmcrman l'dvaln Nple el Dale Nlanza lom Ntaulfvr Rrrhrrd Nttm Rc ln rt Thoma lharlr Tu: h rhnnnlt N cltrn hogt lurmtt Walkin 1 ur Mun tork aysnnrn NMI .ltrrt Wennmkmr ufVm Ra tn r Vo. dst n Arthur V hom n Xlhorton llalln B llllame Rtrhard X un spur 1 Page Flfly four ' 1 ' - - ' . - f" - V 5 ' U- 4 f V I I' I ' . A . ' ' ss " 5 1.- 3 ' E 3- - ' ' 5' , A - . Q- . f A . lrtin Bender Frank Erskine' Robert Inger Ross Mrl-Ilrcc Howard Schmitz Q - ' ' ' s 1 , I. - -- ' ,, l 4. j 1 ,-'V Km, .-, .. ' I 'A 5" 5 :' ' ' ' ' V f 'Q . ' rf-i 1. 'h't' . ' - Ol' '- I ld ' ' - 's ." ' I - ' 1 I .la K In - -in ' ' ' 0 " ' A 3 3' ' -H ' - V l ' Ja: A 1. 3 II, Jr. 'I - 1 I 3- ' I A '. . ,f - a..b U .f 2-ditrr . . ' - -5 5 U ' H' ' 'I - 3, . L. , '. Ky . 1. -. ,Il '. -.3- 4 . f - . . A A . U , . ,win 3 . . .- J..y 3 Ca - two 1935 athematlcs or ru ms jm Sum In mlm! I mx um lhmxlsxl x1 Nluu It Xxx Nluuw H0 emarw D 117 Robert f art'-ide Prank f llhert NIZIYIDI Hxnrllex Prank Klrlt Realms Kr :mer llu lrmn 4lIl Slfflfllfl 'NIENIBEHS Irwin Vlanne Florenfe 'NI.mnmn 'Nldrvlr Xnn Nltxrlt l'llzehe-th 'Nlurmw Robert l'1l.1n l eonrrfl R0qf'hllllHTl Clb S un l'RVHN lxxnu limurxm Ilxrl llm 'Milo -'llun Slmplum Dale Stanza lwelyn Stevene Rm Witter them The Nlathematlc lluh ls one of U Qltw Q older cluhs non endmg IIS fourth xear of existence It meets the thlrd Wednesdax of each fue week perlocl to Study those phaQeQ of mathematlm and lt h1Qt0rs for whxch there IS not tlme lll the regular course and to further an lnterest ln the Nuhject amonv the student boclw A member of thx- club mmt hare completed at lea t two searQ of mathe-mat1cQ and mamtam a Gatlifactorx axeraffe ln the couree Page I :fly fre X1 mm Nhntllff W nllf r rhun Nlmpkln funk 1 llber! Furl. fntulu Vxlm lmnldu Vldnnmn Nunn Nl! Turnnr l Nunn IMI: Rnfnlnum Nlnln Nlnrl. lxmrnmr llimllu Xlurrn I M u A Q --'---- ' ' ---- l.0l'lS fr 'I.ll-'F ' - - - fl' ----- I ' Ralph flock lfrwin l,11nduu Louis Shotllff ' ' 1' . ' fa .- . ' 's f ' 1 s . .T . 4' - 5. ' K I L I . X . S .L Y j . . . Ax . S i C S 'Yu . .S V L V S V n ,V . L . . 5 - .I Q E I - 1 ' HE DI I9 acl. R u 'H Il n r l-lu hmun Wmgu cn lamb: I. ,lullun lhram 1 A r nd R v a N mul ll Nmlt F nl R u lxnmrbnrg Zrm lman I hz-n Nunn I ml xvrman nl r man s r He n F'I'Cl'lCl'! I OFFH ERS CARLYNE STRAUSS Preszdent Vmcwu Lnorr Bos GOLDBERG I we I reszdent HlL-RRY BARRIERE MARJORIE HALL Secretan LORRAIINE SCHLFX ER The French Club ha- been operatlnff under a dlflerent ayatem from that of former years It has been dnlded 1nto three SCCtl0l1b one rlevotlnv lts enerffs to mUSlC another to llterature and the thlrd to C0llVCI'NlIlg and plaung game- ln French Each sectlon has a meetlng once a month ln 3dClll10l1 to the 5CCllOI13.l IT'l6CllI'lUN there la a Ueneral buslnesb meetlnv each month The major 3CllV1ly of the club nab the prexentatlon of tts Illlllll annual plax le loxage Ile ll ICFFICIIOII Tim xear the clulm Ill 3dCllll0ll to UIYIIIU the plax made and painted all of the -cenerx 'Klux XX olfner the wponxor lx to he compll menud for her ll'lt8I'lNl and help throuvhout the entlre xear llllurx lhrlle-rf llermla Bernstein lrma Boxerlnrn Ruth fohen Dorn l'm1g.1n tc mu l'lflNIllllllll en lrle lNlIlll Ill IF lane K 1 Bo r 1 olzl mrrg. 'XIl'Nll3hRS llarllex lrlihn Xlurjoru- Hall Olner Hlckel l-mme Hurst lu 3 :true lxrunnr Dolores lXI'Jll7lNl Xlrglnla lxnolt jun Urmlg, 'tts re Ill l hmm mol lorrulne S1 hlexer W alla: e N1 olt llatru ld Nmxth l lrx 4- Nlflll l .trrle-t Nllllllllllll Hola V. e-Lu rn l 1 LL! W or rllo lx Be rnu e lQ'lllt'lIlldll 1 flflx ' " 4- 5 -' q 1 l l fl ff at at e an 3' 1 1 , ' nf Q. - .?': f ' 1' i'lf,- ' 9. ,-K .Q 1 1.1 , ,.,1"' 7 ' .,, H - rr '--fro ,Hrilll . lli kt-I, ' "B , "' s . . -rf. ' ,Barrivnx ' " lol'- S1' u ou---Wrodlorlx, l'vvI1'. lfinigan. ll' ll, Qu 'fl . .1 A h, Mix- Wolfne-r N, U ' , - , - 1- , lo , ,i r -L l.yr-rn. S wh. B.. - . Fl-3 h 4 , sfhlr-,Q-. r -1-in The C uh A - l ' - I X. - , . . - i - A v A OLIVER HICKEL ----- Treasurer ------ PATTY PEELE C C ' Y' 7 . ?. . . i . . u - - c za. n N C: l c l c ' . Y t . . , I . I, C '. 'A ,' ' " ' ' ,' 1" Jfll '. l' " l is " ' ' Paul , liun fa ljn .' 1 as Vlll 'l ' l A lv: A' 'L " l' ' f " All ' a x ' ' . -'g ' f 5- Alll s ,' lilllum " " V 'f r 'Y' ' f 1' ' I 2 I ' ' -' v ' " '. ' l at -' l' le Pug' 1935 Jo F111 I1 fun THARIOTTP Crux HILDA Pfmsr NI1RoN Col Il 11 Llome Bradlex fharlotte K r.111ul1ll Shlrlew llunne Loulxe l'rentl1 Blll Frledman H1ld1 Prleae l aul H 1ldema11 Xlaune Handley DXI I lasswal l UHIK l'R5 I fl sul: nt mf lr: sulfnl 5ecnlurw 7r1 usun r XIENIBFHD Home lilum 11 Hum I mrsr LUIS Tnoxns Josrm T1 rlxrn lol Holllnggworth Wxllmr Holm 111 Jlldllllil Huns 1ker I' ance K llll 1 Anna Lo111'-e Klersch M Kohn N1rg1n1a I 1n1kx Ht11r1et N111-Cregor Fl1z.1heth 'Nl11rr1y cfllftlftf' bmlth F16-lyn Stewn-. fPOI'g.l 1 btiufllc Harrlet SUIIllllFlll Low 'I homa Robert Thom1 Joe TllClxel The Claselcal lluh IN Nponsored hy Nlr Berffman and 1 ope11 to all Latln -.tudents who haxe had more than one xear of studs 1n the languave They meet every two weeks at tlmes WINIIIDU WBNIIIHUIOD UYIIVCTNIIQ and the Art Museum to -tuds Ancunt Roman 6Xhll1lIN Sometlmu talka are Unen Oll cllflerent .1-pectw of Roman llfe by vanous memherQ of the cluh The cluh plans a Latln plax for one of the Qemester actn 1t1tQ Page Fifty Seven C ' C lo sn H'Q'1 ----- ----- I. . , .:' ft , :Q - A ---- 2, 1 1 1 ------ 1' , ' ' - - ' ' ' , . . ' J ., ' ----- ' I .' ' ----- 3' ' 3 ' . Sidney :hllf'll Hurry Helm Fl0I'6llf't' Nlunnion ' ', . '. A 'S ' ,X v 4 ' . A l . l ' - Q 4 1 ' z 1 - " " ' ' ' f 'r' s is ' gzsl ury Q "1 T ' 1 . , . A n K . If W 2 K, A , 5 3' 1 , " ' ' .1 j as . . ' ' ' ' ' , 1 1 ' ' " I ': 5 5 ' . . D 5 Y V .' f ' o ' . . 1 D . C , . 1 .. 1 1 L, , . . v A v w . v. . x HE DI L BOB PALM ddf l lllll l 54" ll Ill d Cf I I X .1 1111111 l-111111111 N11111k111 N1-.1 .1 N111 aI'l'161'8 OFFICERQ VIRCINI1 lx111111x A1.11N S1m1P111xs Doms F1N1C,1x Read Bo e l11l1 1 ompton l're1 l'1Cllf'lllJ11lllIl Bill L1 eman Dorn- l'llllf'.1ll Nldl"N F11-u111l xlf'l'Nlll I 11111l111a11 Sponsor N111 11111 xs MEMBERS Daud Huglus lou1s Isaacs X1r,q1111a KPINNIII Eleanor Nldlllf'N Hdrrlet NlCGlPV0T Bob P1l1111 Bob N1l111e111l1dl1 ICP P rr stderr! Prf szdenl Treasurer Q1 Cretan Fleanore Seeger l OUIQ Sholllff -Klxm b1111pL111s benexlexe Slllllll lo1 ll1o111.1s H 1rr1 N Pdf ll Th1 Lalncra Lluh 1141- 11r11.1111Led 111 l't'lllUdlN 1931, for the llellllll of dllX stu PIII- 1111eres1e1l 111 pllOI0"I'dlJllX rllt Oll 1 1Illdllllf'dll0ll necessars for 1111 n1l1e1 111 1 dll Ill ues 111 .1 lllrf .1111 111.1 11111 1111 1111 1e 1111111l11rs11p 0f1l11s 1 ll 1.1 19911 larfn Nlllfl 11- 111-u11111.111111 1 s 1 10 fosle 11 11110111.1111 .111 111 PTGNIIIIU 11111 11-1 ll 111 1 Cl Nl 1121111111 1rs1l11eo1 ill - 11131 IIIN '1 1 1 1 111.11 IdXt' 1.1 en lllIlNl 1 s 11111111 111 elxals 1x11 1111111 1 1' 111 1 N 1 lX 1 1 11111l e 1 11 11 s ff 11.11 l1111 11111111 11f1l1e 11.11 ll Xlr. Cullings, His1-111z111, l-" -. Shu lill. Fr' 11. 'lll1111111-. f hz - h'l . Url--, Ya-.1rl1 l 11111111 11.-111.-W. 1411.11 1'.111.11. K- ' . " , . ' g 4111. Q ith 'J I ------ V' ,- .' . -- . I . .1.'- . 1 S , .- ,Q A . ' l I , .' . ', f ' lx .. .ri I . A AP 4 ,S ,, . 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H fooh Rx IH took Ralph look I eorgze I'le elman Robert Glaeer Hun Govermck -Inn Klercch hemlstry I UIIIK ERS NILNIBERS Lu It I dhlllfl' I' rwln I undau Frank Leonard Robert Roephe Louls Shotllff Howard 51 hmltz ICP I reszzle nl resident Secrf tart Tren surf r Ruth Shear Dorothy Turk:-n L01 Thomas bhearm Welrer Irene WIISOYI The memberbhlp Ilst of the IIICIIIIQIFS flub now mcludee I6 names 'Wleetln S an opportumty for thoxe xnterested to wtudx phasex of chemlwtrx not mcluded Ill the regular course of lllStI'llLllOll At eaeh meetnn two demonstratnone an per formed Lach meek a club paper The Iietort lm CIlsll'1ITlllCCI amon the number Page Fzfty nme . C C ub wh- V I- V ,-..---- 1 Y ' , 7 " ------ I""r -I' . ' 1. 2 I ' -------- . ft are heIcI on alternate Tuesdays in Room 3110. The purpose of the club is to proud . S ' . ' ' H . ' g - . ' X ' HEDI L BRONZE. PIN Xlarun Bank Eloise Bradley Dorm Ann Clartxlmn Jane Deutman Opal Dough I'mnr'l I-dvmrrl Xlelun Goldman Paul.l l'Ialdem.1n Ceorgzette Herold Wilbur Hollnnn Anna lout e KI:-1 :ll Ruth Kollter Kenna th l eutmlu Xlrldred LIXIII on Irmn Xlollr l .ith l eele lldfflfl Sunmu lat OHOI' P1115 SII X LR PIIX Hermia Bernstein l-lmer Brlmon Bud Branch Hou ard Brook I earl lollen I eorg.e I"lPNf'llll m X lfglllld l'r1nk Xlxron Colluln Hadlew Gfllllll Jurnltx Hun nl-te X lrg.1n11 Hur t lldll KldllllPl llolole lxl llllllfrg Jock Ldluner lioln rt lcnL l'll7 ll etll Xlul r IX on une S1lIl1XQ lou: Nllotllfl lm l'lounfr XX tt GUI IJ PIN I .Alu-'Ile Brooke Hlldx Frlese He ple Corlloxe I eneuexe lH'r1g. Harold Klr 1 ll I' rmn Land ill Robert Pal rn Allce Peele Theda Ro enlver S- I IRST BAR Xllllon Aron on Beatrice Kramer Leonard Ro enlnnn SLI UIX D BA R Robert I art le l'rne t Ohle Xldrcld Ann Nldllx Xlyron Newman nun Wxdz THIRD RAR Lldra Fl6Q6ll'll rn Illllan Kdl el lxn emary R lm rx I rrolxn Wrxgllt Pugc Nllll I H ' . ,. A , . T A 1 7 , 'A Q ' ' 1 s ' 1 ' s an . , .S D . j - ' 5- , ' - 's I " s 1 Y, " .f 1 I " ' 4 3- Sit I " ' " ' " ' z ' , ' z I 5 4 U - 1 U' I , A . '. A . -.S y . I- ' - 5 1 A . T , , Rir'hardHigginbotl'1am Xlaxine Handley Thelma Ri!-harrison ' 1 1 'z sa "r X" ' -S . ' . 'S 's' V' 'l 'l 'S ' ' ' . A , A Y' . . - S ' -4 'A . . I I . 1 , ' ' ' gs! ' ' ' -. '. , Q U I 1h ' P . - R S, . I' I- ' . .1 r ' aj ji . ' ', ' . .S .Q A .luseplr H 'lu-r .. ,. I 1935 DORIS lflxlc.,-xx - - I.oRRAlNr: ScHu,z - Euzaxon ANN Horzvrzl. - - - ALICE CLIFFORD - - Florenfe Armstrong. Ruth Beard Home Bradley Pllzalvf-th FINPITIIII Dons l'lnlg.an Xnnle Laurie Porder W T Freeman Bernice I ordon Ed Henderson rt Clula UFFIKIICRS Presizlenl - ViC6-l,l'PS1.llf?llf - Secretary - Treasurer - MEMBERS Juanita Humarlter Lorraine Marvus Lorrame Nlargzuloue Fleanor Mathes fharles 0 Brien .lr Dons Padgett Patty Peele Nlarym logansky lorralne Schulz lIl.E.xNoR ANN Hmzvl-:L - - ISABEL Acnmux - - - Ln Ron DIXON - - JOHNITA Boss Ruth Shear Carnette Sherman Kathryn Stanhope Helen Stern Sally Sulltyan Betty Tydeman Low Wondell Page Szxn one Hzclt Rnu l'r1-1-mln OBrien Pngan lu Secunl Rm -Krnrtrung, Nlarru Hun akvr btunhnpe l-order Sullnan lzlcman Nha Fray Thlnl Km Nhtrmm lnrdnn Brudlvs Beard Pu-lc Twdmman llfpelhulcr Stern Nlargulon fuulh R u. Nrhulr l'1nn..an Huul M-nlmun Dunn fhlfnrd Ylathe Paclu-tt Bos ' , . , . B. ., . , ' , z , ' S .K 7' A Y ' ,1 . . r I F -Y. i ' . . V 4 ! I, S . 1---. N - '. H, S' . . .. . ' . - .- P71 .' 1 u "-f H " '-- , v- W . , . . .' . V M ' . ' GIFTS U luln ' HEDI L Nl: ldleman Y t L.1't1cr ha 'llalrn llc-llmtrh B 4 L K race Lorton Mann: Rl dl Pmlrer N ndag lamm l'lll rt n Ing r l-dmard-x French 1 n Pl kr-l an x B Holley Klersch xnot ll d -Krm tr ng. 'Nlanncr lxtrvrln bran tn ll Steven llandlu l'ran1 es bros man Lorralne Nlarcu HENRIETTA Muzxrn VTIRGINIX Krnvux ELIZABETH Gnnsox FLORENJCE ARMSTRONG Brssnz ANN HORO Beth -Kmmerman Florence Armstrong .l0lll1lld BO-.Q Roberta Brenner leahel Brooks Fthel Edward V1rg.lma Elh .lane Etherton LOUISE French Anna Nlane Grace Fhzaheth l rayson OFFICERS I reszdent I zce I resldr nl Secretam Treasurer Sergeant at Arms MEMBERS ,lean Hellmxch Bonme Hollew Bessie Hord Toba Inger Anna 'Nlarle Klerxch Ruth Kollter Harriet La'Nlertha wlfglllld Lynot Ruth Lorton ,lune Nldlll Henrietta xldllllfl' RUTH LORTON FIORFNCE ARMSTRONG BFRNADIMQ PFLTER DOROTHY STEVENS ANNA Mum: Gmcrz Sara 'llnddleman Dons Morgan Bernadlne Pelter 'Nlary ,lane Plcltel 'llarguerlte Riddle Jane Samelxon lhelma Sondag ,leane Stern Dorothv Stexeni lwelyn Stew-ns C ennlcve Stoopx 'tlary Burt X o-t NIBXIDC Handles Harriet 'llacl regor The glrls U lluh was one of the first orvamzatlone Ill the UIIIXCTNIQ lm unor Hrvh School All Ulrls xs to axe non a standard U are 1 lgll le or membership The cluh thu wear hae heen xerx hues mth dnerslhed actnltle which lncluded charltx work at Thankwnlng and ihrletmas Qponsorlnff the enter taxnment of the SINIIIIIU Xarxltx team- a Mothers and Daughters hanquct and entertalnment of the Alumnae an annual -Xll I ountx Plas Dax a Rummage Sale tl Benefit Bridge and an annual Banquet The enrollment lll the club tht- year 1 tht largest tn lt- lnstors Page Suu, nw , R . 'ny . '. I 4. . ' '. ' . rn u 'N 2 . , 'Un 'nl v, - , jo 4 , " v. I r O , e , I " .. EHR, Morga . 'c , Gronsm . H. Sn-1-ns. on-, , lt' , or . . a O '. A ' ' - V ' ' , 1 ,sr . . ' 'f 5. . . C N, , , , , . 1 ' - - - - , .v . 4 v .v ' ' ' ' X' ' I . , ' ' ' 4 4 t .Y , , , , l v , I v S " ' '. V 4 Alma Gregory Florence Mannion Hortense Tamme T 4 - : F 5.5 4 I A . A 1 1 V A. my 1 A V -F A D F Y .F v A .V . . . . . ., . . 5- , v . A P .W 1 he V .Y -' --1 , f ' I . Q ' ' ' ' Q ' ' ' ' ' S V v o n v ' ' a u 1 N 1' - ' . 1, 4 x nn p a 1 ' . U. N. . , i. W i Q, Q, I I - Z. ., 1 .. . - 4 . . h Y 1935 PRFIJ Xi 11115 I-111TH I 1 11111 Nlxmxx lil ws Bula 8.111111 NI.1r1111 Blu- Pl .1 Bonnvll Irma BOXCTIIIJII lwlllh Cl rk 1 em llc- fnhzln Ruth 1 0llf'll Unk lmnpt II H0-1 IIIJFX IJ 1lz Ullu' Dr-pvlhe-111 Dornthx ll9lllIIhlll Bula Dlehl S Sll I'rel11 h H1ln-tt? l'I'f'llIl1l atlng Ol FIC ERS I result nt luv lr: snlf lrrasurr r XII NIHPRS I Us 1 .1 ll 0 W1 Inlml Bernuv f,nr1l011 Dorothx I I0 bf-r Bruce HlL'6IllillI Nlarw jane Hlrv Sara fill' 4 Uorolhw 'dl lx I 1 BRI r F HIGCFNHUT11 111 B011 Vi 111 sox XIXRIXN B1 QS Nanu Ruth l0hIlN0Il Ruth lohnsun IIVSIH xldlllli' f'le0110r Xl 1th6- X1 rnnn Nl11ll W .lllrr Nlvw r X 1111111 X111 1111 Plllalwlh xlllfllls Ruth XIOITINUII 1 1 Nlnxllvvr Nldrpdrvt ldrman B011 Phnner 511 an Rlffff 5111111-s ROHCII Kms Sr hwartl H.111forrl blwr I harlnttc S H6111 0 She IOII X 0 e 10 1 V1 1 ,llillll I' red W hm- Nl 1rx Hurt X ost dull nhl mnh I dm Dryrlhlmr l1l:1m Ynl cnnvl 0 P nnar 0 rr 1 11 nr 1 1 rn 1r r Nr uur 1 c1r u 111 nxernmn I h 1 r n Page burly three 4 n on 111 11 .1 1 ark 111 1 Hurhman Vln lngmr Parn1.1n 1r NI I drlnl dllnl llYlf I C' ll llll if . . h - Y I - I , . 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W 'ill ' HE DI l l l A ck R u lu. k Bcnsrn n n 'N Abb tt Nuzu Dehatmg' Team The Debatlng Team was reorgamzed 1n the fall semester of 1954 under the leadershlp of Mr Abbot In ll lb only one experlenced dehater Ralph Cook, the other memhere are lnexperlenced xophomorex lheee members should he commended for the excellent work they have done thle year Thev have taken part Ill a number of county and state contexts ln the dehatlnv league three ment to Wentworth Nllll tary Academy Ill Lrxmgton Mxssoun on March 22 to partlclpatc lll an lntra -tate the county Page 91 111 ffm r Ba n '7Sc "mlm, Con , x fn: I Hultflfdli . Jr. 0 , .1 I V S . . . , rlelmate tournament. They' have competed against some of the strongest teams in 1935 T 6 Tflbe FIRST SLNIESTLR 0FFILERb SEI OND DEXILDTLR Dirk Yonr Preszzlenl Hun 1- x Ronin FRI-D lull HE lice l resldenl Hxmn Ronin- Sfcretarw Treasurer KI-NNI-TH l'll CHI-S Sergeant ul Hlrmi Hmm L Srnrvlyn-it I XRPNCI- l HONOR ARX Nll- NIBILRS Charles Rank Dr lohn R Yaughan PRED Vi 1-HTF CHAR! Ls Gn I 1-is Ito SH utorsm 5111111 Gurs ,Il'Har Al TIVE NIENIBERS Nlllton -Xron on Byron Barr leonard Rlerman Fugene Blade Alhert B0dlll Bert Boaz l'dvvard Bowman John Braznell Bull Brewer Bernard Buser 'Nlaynard faster Eugene Chaney Bull Chapman Shields Chrlsty Flllot Cohen Duck Lompton Howard fory Hulbert Dent th lack Deyor Howard Drozda fharles Duchen Franms Fdward Bud Frn t l ucnan lrsklne Klan l'lClQlll'IldIl Lharles Gilles Nlyron Gollulm l'om Grace Hadley Crlllin Harry Haeussler l'om Hawken Palmer Hlgert Bruce Hlggmlxotham .loe Horan Ted Huey Kenneth Hughe lotus Kaufmann Robert Kemp Desmond lee Fred Leyhe Kenneth leutvuler Bud Lew: Nlelyln Lew: ,lark xldglllll Bill 'Nlarre John Nlay Tom Nlrf onnell Russell Nleredlth John Nllrayalle Eugene Mullin Ralph Nutter Robert Palan Douglas Polloek Haney Rohde Duck Root Dan Roth john Ryan the ter Sehaum leo Shakofskv Hanford Sher .lames Sldo l' ugene Slempelkamp Harry Sllxer tem Henry Stealey Vester lhompson Nelson llrary George Wallw Everett Watkins Robert Welnstoclx Fred White Walter Whltson Arthur Whorton Duck lore lasper Yo t Howard Zacllrltl Page SLVIY fi L 8 W l I CLA :,'::A:Nl'nl. X ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 'Y ' '- . 1 'F -. v l' " . 1. 'ke 'l 1 . Henry' Allen Russell Dorn Harold Kim-h Junior Sghaller ' HE DI Plano 'Nlarlan Krout Jeanne qlllPll9I' Violin meet 1 n U Nex Iouls 'Wehman Framee Grossman joseph Tucker Alun Cowernnl. Alun Kohn Read Boles Stanley Nlallew Alberta Seahold 'Nlarlan Blass Adolph Benson Pugene Seele Nladellne Lane Fthel Fdwarrl Nllldred 'Nl lLIflN0ll Dick iompton Xrhex Klllllflll l ulore NlN"lllllPlll Qrclmestl' Viola C harlotte frandall 11110 William llolzmark Bmw I hllhp Smith I lurznel Howard Look Richard levtm Hule Rlrhartl I'IIllJllf Doris West Sedles Nelgfu nl 4111: Nuxoplmnt xlllfall K altmi Trumpet lorrame Swwer Bill I e sue Rohert Rledell lrcneh Horn Bobby Nlaatk Bert Rosen Tronzbone Fdw ard 'Nlonteath Fmmons Dorn Perf uuwn l' dgar KF?lNHldll john PllldIllll0ll Tx Nlplllll Br-ttx Don.ihug.h al memlver hip of IU s s and other 0lllNllll eunt Nllld 9llNPIll I Ill H l d I l 1 U l It ITIS llld BTU NND! ld IUII NIC Ill ll d sa I dl' dllt Itl fl IN ,UNM , ' I f' ' . ' 1' S 4 t ' ' 1 lt ' 1 I ' 1 'xt' " ' -,K . . 1 . AN , . ' s . ' , ', , '- 's . . 2 7 .' ' Y sz f ' ' 1 ' 1 'zsser I' ' ' With a tot' s ' ' . the orchestra this year ha: heen the largest in tht- history of the school. It has played hefore several llarent-'l't'aehers' ,-Xssoeiation ' rs. - '- s. .' 'eral J 'Il 5 lwlfs 1 l- up from Ul'i'lll'Sll'ii memluers have pl' yel lt-I' are tht- lfollt-,e lilulr. the l.ittle Theatre. aol tl - ill 'xt 's ll I t' . All the mu."' fro tl 1 Uper- x 's played frt m IHllllllSf'l'llDlS this ye- ' l onlx slight augmen -1 ion xx. s ner--.-sary. Pu 'f fit 1935 P1cco'o Sedley Selgfrted Rlchard Lmbree Flute Daud Orwlg: George Fle elman Don West l Iarmet Fu ene jordan Howard Look Ru hard Lewin Richard Hatch l' arl Karm 4110 Saxophone Albert Kaltwa ser l e ter 'l hompson Andy Andrae Ahbeford Dolch Tenor Saxophone Fleanor Ann Hoey el Blll .lat k Nat Roos Baritone Saxophone Alvin Slmpkms Fd Beare Ba d 1 rumpel Lorraine Sw xc-rs Robert Rledell l ,el ue C harles Duc hen l' rancls I' dw ards Ceorge Hmtkms Wtlllam Yloffet Wllllam Sc hor nebet L 'ihearln Weller Louis l aacs l'rench Horn Bobby Nlaack Bert Rosen Ralph Horwitz Barlloncs Sidney Rosen Bull Brewer Trombone .lunlor Garrett Carl Vaden Fdward Monteath Emmons Dorn 'Nlarun Horwitz Allan Stem Tuba Phllllp Smith Richard fasarlattgh Barnard Bu er Bass Drum Pdgzar Krel man Snare Drum -Karon Landau Howard fardener john PlllilIl'llD0llS T1 mpant Betty Dunahugh Drum Major Wallace Andrews Nlurlent Directors Bert Rosen Properly Luslodlans Fmmons Dorn Alun Slmpklns Ltbrartan Phllllp Smith Due mainly to the lnflux of talent from the recently formed ,Iumor Hlgh or an lzatlon the band has enjoyed one of tts most successful and progresslve years One of the recent tnauguratlons XSlllCll proved to be a strlkln feature of the football games was the mvadlng hand XSl'llCll drlllecl on the field between halves sanous other outslde functlons lIlCllldlIl0' the Natlonal Flower and Garden Show The second annual Sprln Concert featurln the combined Junlor and Senlor Hlgh Bands was presented durmv the second semester Page Slxly seten I I1 Bil ,ss ' l s 'sl 1 J 4' ' .' A S 4 .I . A .A S ' k 4 'I - Al 4- v Lf 1 r y 4 v A A 1 :SA V . -A 1 -' ' , s l J ' . 5 Selig Oxenhandler Robert Curtside Sedley Seigfried , , , Q , . The band has played in most assembly programs. at all athletic events. and at . .Q D . . D . . ' HE DI L Handlng 'Nlr Bunker I wrnlrk Nlvlcn Holzmark ll ltzman 'llmlurt R in Null- Nehnmn ulvd lrldner I rlnu-hull -K nllth I- llln ht l Snmh Nolnbrl K Bur n Blologfy Club OFFIQ ERS Hmm FLLBRICH1 Dlclx Col ER lzce Grwsx IFN l SMITH MEMBERS I orrdllle Holtznlun wllllalll H0lZmdllx Warren Buckner Ellsworth Qarllllchdel Harrw Fulbrlgllt Arnold leldner Alun Comernlmk Fred 'Nledart Dlrk foyer loulx NPllIlldll 1 resident I resldent Secretary Treasurer bldney Ro-en Eugene beele Adellne Slllllll Ceneslewe Smllh Jllf lx Slex ens The Blolovx Lluln non ln lb llllfd xear meetb once exerx two ueekb to dlNCllN the more lllleI'CSllIlU and Ulllllllf' facts of lllolovy The clull takes field trlps to add to lts COllBCll0Il of materlal Nom lt has a Good collectloll of lllrds lllfdq nexi- 1llN?ClQ and leaxes lslllcll were exllllllted last fall on Parent - Nlvllt t ls NUC1 a lllllg as tlle lilo ovx C lull lllal IllZllCtN tlll Nllll-l9Cl more lIll1l'PNllll" and at the -aml tlme Dlx e- Nome good practlcal experience .' ' -A, . " , lu' ' , Q ' -, ' ', n ' , l . cn-' , ."' , ,' l- Sf -- ." . fa ' ' , . . S ' , 'u 'g , flnyer, Q. Q ' , ' er , ll or 4 w - v . - ' - - - - I ' , - ' - . - - . - I ' . 'I 1 ' V' ' . M 1 'l ' l I , I . A '-- . . ., ' . A. . Y N Y . . N . 4 w Y V v - i .i ig bi . . ' . , . .. x . P . . x . V Q . i 1 . I, . P' . . . . X . .I T ' . Y . . i . , Q Q L , . g . C .. . . .. . .,. l , . l C . I .u N I I. . Q . I V . F X 1 . . X 1 . . . . ba . l l , . r. ' i X . . V Q Q . ' . . P . , . 1- -. .fu Q NIU! f ,. 1935 urrent Events Club OFFICERS NIELXIN GOLDN1-KN Iresulent ISABELLE Bnoons Sui COHEN Vice I resldfnt SAM COHEN HAROLD Kmscn Secretary ELIZABETH Nlumu ROBFRT P-tux Sergeant at Arms MEIYIN Goumn The Lurrent Ewen! llub 1 under the ponsor-hlp of H155 Barnlclge ThlS club meets once even two weeks to dlSCllNS the current IOPICS of the day and to exchan e thelr ldeas concernlnv problems of exeryday llfe Thus club has been ln exlstence for only a xear but hae accompllehed much durmv that tlme and has wery faworable pro-pectx for the future Johnlta B0 s Eloise Bradles Duck lomplon Sam Lohen Bllly Flseman -Xl Prerdman MEMBERS Loume French 'Niels ln Goldman XLIYIIIP Handles I'l'dlICl'3 Klgllllgllllff. luck l ahmer l' llzdlreth Xlurrtn Bob Rledell Bert RoQen Kennedw Smith Fdwrn Slllegdl Jim Stoke Bob lhonm: Page Szxty nme 'Wh 1 V D, n Y -Y ---. 1 ' I - h - A V Y - - - - I - ' - 1 ' I A 1 . - A - , , ----- ' ---- , l ' f ' 4 . .v "" A ' ' I ' I - 4 ' .Y A . .1 ' ' s I 's S 5 5 ' . ' ' " ' . ' U . . i . V Y v . .1 . D ' U ' L .l .l ' 3 ' 2: 1 . v S1 .K . Isabelle Brooks Warren Croull Herbert Sheiber . r . l ,b .h . r I . - . 'I Ehrman, Marrui. Brooks, Boss, , o r lffdvrard-, Shear, Cohen, Goldman. Pnlan, Murray, Misa Barnidge 1 ' HEDI L SldH6y Baker Fdward Bowman Bill Branham ,lohn Braznell Dlek Compton Roberi cfdlg Nlax Femmer Feorge Fl?S8lmdll Harry Frech 1 F Freeman l le .xr C ogglo Duck C mer l Jul He: lx nbmtu lin l tx Ill nl l' lm R fle Club MEMBERS BOYS Joe Hunter Perry Ivee Albert Kaltuaiser Deveraux Klein C drl Kragh Bob Kraus Jack l .ahmer Fred Nledar! Bob 'Vloaclx lwlvmrd 'Nlnntc .nb Rm Moon Bill Nlfhfgdll ll lllll n ll x nl 'Slor in c tx ln: lla lner Ralph Nutter fllmore Pam ey Robert Peopke Bob Pliffner Tom Phflner Fred Stafford Winfield Stampfer llm gtokes Wester Thomp on bllC'IlH Wrbf r Jeux Xnrnbrmk Robert ldbm Suzanne Rupp ny lnn Sup 1 lbmnn NX Q Page Nuznly 1 . ' ' - 1' s ' . v 'I I in . - A Ae 5 I1 ,s' I - ' I " - " 1 ' ' Y, -. . ' Y J 7. vw., 7 . l A Girls J ' ' ss Yi gl' li Hart ' ' 's .lane Childs Xnne Lunmluu Peggy Snnmllmgvn ,lunv llurk Kaul -'nv l..'un Xl: " : fx "'nl llvl I' lfo wr llr "S gli l.1 is H as lfll ' 11 urels B-1 U' ,la ' " I ,lullv Y' 'ber 1935 Llterary 1 or FH ER: xRTHl R XY HORTON I ff sulfnt Dorm Nlonf xx Home 'Xlnnr xx I ru lrz mlm! Nlrrf ur limsrms rr Santan WINII-lil-IJ Humrox jxxr Nlr l'HHrH:s 7 I'l"tlSlll'l r harm R W mmrm The Llterars lluh xx Inch has nom hee n ln IXl'ICI1Ct for four scar IN composed of Ntudmnts who haw crechtahlz recorclx rn LIIUIINII and are IHICFCNICCI IH llterarx HCUN lil?N Tlus organlzallon meats on alternate Thurxdau to clhcuw IIICFHTX nexw and to hear hook renews and paperx on llterarw Quhjecte Beatrice B3QSklll Flolee Bradles Nietralf Brmtow I num- Frem h W lI'llfl'f'll H lmllton luanltrx Hunsdker Nlarmn Krout 'NIENIBLRS wlfgllllil Lynott Dorothy 'Nllller Dons 'Nlorgan Une Peele Iane 'N1rPhevterx Herbert Sc hleher Ruth Shear llm Qldo Nllml Slmon Patrlcla Smith Nlarlha Jane Smythe Xlfrerl Werlrer Xrthur Wharton I eg.g.y Wnodlock Palmer Hlgzert Page Nez entx one 1 In nr Nuin Hn,-rl Nnnlh Ilnnnltun Hun aku Rn if Urullux Nlmun X11 1 lrmnn Nlnrgln Wharton Ucphuhrw hmm I 1 C uh . ' . - - . 1 1 J. ' , 1 - 1 - 1 5 V.. ' ' ,,-,, v.'l. I I ' 1 -.'- ' A' ' -Xu 3: I'r:1c1.r: ------ ' W- - - - ' 5 ' 1 ., . I I , ', . '. ' J ,, , I I Ml 5 ' HE DI I I R w-1 Ill m Kew I4 'Slat ert n I ml I Il :file R u 'vllddlem Ing bu w L dau I rkln L ll n arnh Itz 'VI 'N I er cated Page d ck Nu-rn EIII lx hu lx rker Cl r h onderlust Cl IJ OFFICERQ AL KOHN President ELEAINOR J IIIATHES Vzce I reszdf-nz VIRGINIA ELI IS gecretary Tn asurer MEMBERS beraldlne Barnboltz Vlrglnla Becker ,lane Chllde Ollve Depelheuer Betty Fauser Pearl Garber Agnes ,lane GIIIIBUI Frances Croseman Marjorle Hall Frances Hamllton Felecla Holhman Iaul Holdeman Wxlbur Hollman Muriel Holzmarlt Earl Karm Frances Klelmgebury Al Kohn Vera Kohn Ruth Kolker Anne Landau 'Nladelyn Larkm Nlelva Margulouss I'leanor .I Nlathes Xtra xllddlfmdll Ada Shlrley 'tloslnger I aura xldfl? Pleper Bettle Jane Relnert Dorothy RUIJIH Rhoda Rubm 'Vlary Anne Sargent Bernxce Schlmmel Amy Schwartz .Ieanne Shleber Ceneuewe Smith Edwm Sptegel Jeanne Stern Nalda Stewenson Harrlet Sumnu hx I 0lN Thomas Robert fhomas The W onderluat Club ls one of the school s newest OT'-73IllZ3ll0IlN helnv e tab llbheel Ilus semester Its purpose ls to acqualnt tht membm rs Nllll home of the more Interebtlnff spots lll St Louls Lnder the sponsorslup of 'Vllbs Nlelcher the club ha made lr1ps to such places as the Hell Telephont lompans Anheuscr Busch Iiruserx the UIII lourt House and the Globe llemocrat lou h tht I u 1 new ll Ins proml I o lEllI'-Y one o tme S0100 s mo popular aetnltus hurx other I'r1clax aftarnoon thl roup meet Ill VII Nlelcher room and often can be een from Into St lout to explore neu helcl la I N untxlm Tap u 2' in , jnolds, H ll. . 'n, lfth o , In 'I nn i 1 u '--. ' an. Ki'-l' s rf, :In , .IA ' , 'Il I' , Pieper, B In , . iss .Ie rb 5 - I n i . -' , 'S. '0 . 'oII.vr. Bc- ' . la a an ., v - . - ' - I ' , - - - - . '- 2 A i , l V' , ' 1 . . . i ' ' I ' . . . . V X- ,. I . . A ' v ' ' , , . R . .' , , .' ' .' ' Q r, f. X. S ' ' . ' l C C I ' I . I S Q .' I L - 'C I' . 5 ' A1 L. . - . - , ' -. I 3 , - A- . I I Am g 'S -I I. 'S V. ' g' f I ' C f I .I I 11- sl . ' X 'I - . 'U 4 A .S g S . A .SS A D .S ' " S ,. g ' - . , 's ,' ' S. 'Ig' It '1935 Girls' Ballet The Girls' Ballet again helped to make the annual opera. "Katinka',. a success. All the dances were developed and directed hy Rhythm Classes of the Girls, Physical Education Department. There were two well executed tap dances. a Russian dance. quite cleverly inter- preted. a hallet number. and an Oriental fantasy. which added to the beauty of the opera. The girls and their instructors deserve much credit for these numhers. for their long and faithful practice was shown in their work. 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I N . 5 - -N XJ . , A 0. un! ff E M msn- ' ' 'HEDIL ,fl I 01411 5111911111191 I meh Nlnhl n1vers1ty Clty Atl'l16t1CS 1n Revxew Lhamplonslnp football honors baye been yson by Eye of the seyen teams under the tu ela,e of Coach Clarence A 'yluhl ass: ted by Henry F Schemmer The seyen trams hay4 been NIIIOXIUN 111 45 contests lo t 115111 and tled four scormg, a total of 1048 polnts to 208 for Its 37 opponents l'l1e 1929 and the 1933 edmons were the best all around teams A few outstandmg ltnemcn de yeloped are John Lamb ,lack Nlagtnn Tom 'NlcConnell Walter Boam Eugene Blades Robert fonvey Btll Marre .ltm Coyne and Lharlee Ochs Backfield players lnclude Dtck Yore Xlctor Barbterle Harry Deckert Bert Boaz Alym Feldman Monty johnson Butler lasltey and K1 Renter Members of thus unusual g,ra4luat1ng class of athletes haye domlnated all sports and all opponente the past three years Thetr football record te 23 wlns 2 defeats and 1 tle Track Lhamplonshlps Unlyerstty Cnty and Henry Schemmer have become synonymous the past seven years Five stranght State lndoor four straight State Outdoor fhamptonshlps and fiye 'ylaplewood Relay titles head the ltst of outstandtnf. uctompllshments 4 perfect ref ord of seyen County League wlnners two Sentor DISITIKI and three Junlor lhamplonshtps and a record f neyer havtng lost a dual meet are other merltorlous 81 htevements A few llldlVldl1dl stars deyel oped are Bob McClure ,llm Knight ,lnm Johnson Henry Bushyhead Ed Waite Karl 'VlcKenz1e I-'rnest Ohle and Harvey Rohde LFIIYPTSIIW Ctty ha been a basketball champtonshtp contender IH 1ll but two years One tlear champlonshlp and three tted or dlsputul tttles haye resulted from the 85 wlns dlld 39 losse lhe Indians reached the quarter hnals of the State lournatnent onre md tool. the Nornnndy tourney thls year Outstandlng players lnclude Malcolm Hmkrtede 'Nleyer lankeyyer l'om N1cC,onnell DlClm Xore Charles Gllles Byron Herbert Woerner sCllOPIlll1dlP!' and 'Nlonty johnson lhts years Suburban League thamptons was C oaeh Muhl s best te tm Baseball honors haye been won ln hye of the six yetrs nndtr totch leorge lhompson yyltb t e ndlans gamlng. three clear chnnpton lnp tyyo t14 nnl 1 sect nd plate lle IX yetr tore 1oo shows 41 WIIIS to only 6 osses he 1et team vyt tle 9301 ampton em 1 st r xnclude 1 ale levus lom 'yltl o11nell lN0ry1l 'Nla 1 I ltarles 0111 Nlonty lohnson Byron Hubert Xl Renter and 'Vlmo Pertnt taye been sponsored 1 1r 4 meen mon 111 eat ref,.n 1 fem 11 t11141 ttf'0IIlIlllNlllllf'Ill trf tree Tilglll ttte yyrestltng. t1t es or r 111 ra 1 1 er lyyn S 4 4- Nlllg es and Doubles IPIIIII 4 Idllllll0llNlljP t ree lstrlrt go t1t e tg. tu 11414 ey mnors utstandlng, lllllltltllldlg are 1Xl'i'N1llllg. ll 1nr11 th 4 111 a Don Htls 1 rmoncl C oodman 1'ug.1ne Nlt'lllllt llftatnp 1't1 Boys man and Nlllt l4l 4 tennt Robe rt elnstocl. l'yt-retl tnd V trrzn lhy tn eyy to 1 4 Nttn yl4l 1 rrovyay 41 Iles flat lt 1e to 4 41 1 ne hocltey 'Nlelytn Dubtn ky l'lm4r llorfmont and llaty Barne rthfr 0l'Q.dIllLf'll He ery: tetnt IIIIFI' bool time lll f ntball bt Intl all ant bd 4- 1114 1l"dllllll'll Ill'0Q.l'llll for tll 1oy 114 4 lt 1 er 1 1 Ill ye y 4 ll 1 nl 1 1 1s 1 t I 1l and lr N he llll 1 1 - ' - ' .1 - - 1 1 4 Q 1 .- 1 U . 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Page Suenly yn 6- 1935 Blll BRI-NIR l'orn1rrl I ua HI 1l I f ll in Basketball IHP IPTFERXIFN Rll- lu rx l swnn l H Cen r bl'Nl' f'lllfI' W Ill-It X 111 1 x I-om P4 Pl dll dll dll F1 l"f FI f'l V ell ton Klrltvsoofl flayton Web ter 91 fmarlf l'N'Nl' R NORNI XNIJX I Z6-Hoo exelt W arrmgton Hen Blewett I leyeland tx R'NA'Nll'Nl em er er er em em Nar Pl Pl u 1 narn Nunn rn l'olvs1r4 ik XURE fuare 1 B 11- Hnclxmnu Noldan Nlexn 0 I layton Rm-'nour W eb ter Kirkwood Be ulmont XXI N N W W S NIH! HNXNII-'Nl 76-Hoo ew-lt 78 Xlf Klnlf s Louls Suburban League Cllafhplflll winner of the Normandy Hollday tournament and a season s record of l7 suns ln 19 games 19 the outstandlng record of the seyenth ed1t1on of the Indlans under the tutelage of Loach l A lVluhl The team takes its place amonv the best ever produced ln the basketball hlstory of Umverslty Clty scorlng a total of 565 polnts to 325 for lts opponents A ster lmv defense permlttmv no team more than twenty four polnts was the backbone of the Black and Gold The S614 defeat of the newly crowned St LOlllb lJlSlI'lCl tournament Cham PIOIIN Beaumont Cl1Il'laXCfl three hrxlllant years for MCC onnell and Yore llurmg tlus t1me the Indlans chalked up forty two sums to only mne reyerses three of these COITlll1g ln tournaments The palr were elected honorary co captalns by thelr teammates and were further awarded wlth All League guard berths Other out standlng games of the year were the mn oyer the veteran Clayton team Mltll8wSCd by a capaclty crowd the thrllllng game at Vlebster and the defeats of Soldan and Lleveland of the flty League I ., 1 L . 5 'z CHA .1siQll.l.l-is. 1 a I To xl4,llHN5El,l.. 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S- Y M Page Seaenly seven ' HE DIAL MILTON ARONSON Guard EUGENE BLADES Guard HOWARD CORY End ALAN FLEISHMAN Back CHARLES GILLES Back TOM HAWKEN Tackle Henry Allen Leonard Bierman Albert Boaln d th a nn ll I M ll y a f an N ll T p R A N u Wal I Hugh Y y hsk fky Fl m d G E che er I n e lncl1an tarters THE LETTERMEN KENNETH HUGHES Back LoUIs KAUFMAN Back FRED LEYHE Tackle BILL MARRI-: Guard RUSSELL MEIIEDITH Tackle TOM MCCONNELL Center .lohn Braznell BIll Chapman Russell Dorn RALPH NUTTER End HARVEY ROHDE Tackle JUNIOR SCHALLER Tackle LEO SHAKOFSKY Back EvEnE'r'r WATKINS Back DICK YORE Back Howard Drozda Harry Haeussler Bud LEWIS John MlfaVallC John Ryan Dlck Root Eugene SIempelkamp Dan Roth Walter Whltson HENRY STEALEY Manager JOHN MAY Assrstant The 1935 edItIon of the IndIans coached by Mr Muhl and Mr Schemrner turned In a good season s record of SIX w1ns a 13 13 tIe wIth Tuscaloosa Alabama and a 6 7 loss to Maplewood In scorlng 206 pomts to 41 for IIS opponents The team a wInnIng veteran of two champlonshlp seasons was the target of five strong dld well to lose but a smgle game by the margln of a klck after touchdown Yore and Company reached thelr peak agalnst the cleverly drllled veteran Nor mandy eleven The lndlans had already taken the scalps of therr tradltlonal rival Webster In a brulsmg game and of a game, fighting Klrkwood squad However the hrgh spot In color and Interest was the vIsIt of the Black Bears of Tuscaloosa for an Intersectlonal game Pep meetmgs parades and a bonfire preceded a great game played In Washlngton UHIVCISILQ Stadium before 4000 spectators Tore bClIlIlll8.lCd olfenslvely and McConnell defenslvely but a 50 yard pass completed wlth less than a mmute remalnlng made our guests and thelr loyal followers ex tremely happy However the lndlans took a chlp IH the Bear s record of slx llllel' Secuonal wIns Back In 1929 the lndlans came close wIth a 1218 loss at Tusca loosa We lIke the Southerners They play a strong clean game Fran! Row-Hawken, Mere i , M rre, MCCO e , fD'ck uh . 'Cor , Bl des, Knu m , u er o uw-C. . . .I hl QCOHI-hl, lfns, es, ore, Le he, S o II , eish an. Roh e, iles, H. . S mm fAssis a tl 4 7 9 Y T9 1 ' 7 v ! 7 Y 7 Y 7 ' r , 1 v 1 1 Y 9 . I D , . s 9 - , . . . . 9 ' s 1 . . . . , . , . a 9 potentlal wlnners. Faced with thls weekly keyed-up opposltlon, the Black and Gold - I , Q v , . . . , . . . Y , . . ' . Q. , . i . . . Y . i y i . . . 7 . V, . r' , u v . V . Q . . , . . . , ' x 0 3 Y ' AT ' , Y ' , , , , Page Seventy ezghl Llayton 1935 1934 Schedule October 1934 Football Squad THE SEASUIN S RECORD Re ult 0f.l01JCI' October October lNox ember 'November 'Vox ember 'Now ember 13 19 2 2 9 1 2 Webster Crows St fharle fusraloosa Ala Klrkwood Normandy Nlaplewoorl Nlo xllllldfy Ac ademy 6-A 28-0 Lnlversm f ty 2 11 Plat e f lay ton Web'-ter L nnerslty f ny 1'ranc1s held Lnlverslty Cm 1, nnerslty Cm Nlexlco Opponents An lnjury to Leyhe ln the first game left an unfillablt hole Gllles lnjured a knee before the Tuscaloosa game but gamely trled to carry on Others yomed an mjury sickness 1nel1v1b1l1ty jmx that followed Umverslty Clty teams tbrouvhout the year A promlsmv nucleus returns for an unusual schedule thlg fall ln splte of SIOTICS to the contrary Any tlme would miss a Yore and we ll mlss McConnell Marre and others But wlth trlps to Mlaml Florlda on December 7 1955 and to Tusca loosa Alabama on November 28 1936 the Indlans wlll carry on msplred by the trad1t1on establlshed by the SIX prey 10us edmons Dick Yore was elected Honorary Captam by h1s teammates whlle Euvene Blades and Yore were selected on the All Suburban League team wlth DlCk also recelvmg the captalncy McConnell Marre Cory Shakofsky Meredith and Rohde were placed on the second team Seasons features would mclude Yores un stoppable l1ne drlves end runs and return of klckoffs the defense of the center tr1o lV1arre Blades and Mel onnell Rohdes fast dexelopment as an end Cory s defenslve play especlally down the field under punts Kaufman s all around play Blades place klcklng Meredlths and Vlatklns great work avamst Normandy Shakofsky s a alnst Kirkwood alon wlth Blades return of a klckoff Cllle s avalnst lns former teammates Clayton and McConnell s excellent generalshlp I S , 5- ' ........................,...,.............,................. 41- 0 ......,. 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S D D w , . 1 C Page Senenty mne ' HEDI L STATE OUTDOOR CHAMPIONS at R u re T I- m B nd B rx Allhe Hlggenb t am c n y mg V ll 1 r aan al ln y ent Nrh er 1dRu 71 ead r r an c S emm e nlar Sl url: o 1 I y lt r Lbrel 'I kr 1 ln bha er 'Nat k e Or lg Det n ahl Fir- nu'-f-Johnson, I' rkctt, Pelsue, C. C. F eman. W. . 'ree an, 4- er, nr . imer, ' o In SP n al Ruu'fEl,'A'u, Ke r. 'a is. lllrrvdilh, Blat' , P I , ll' lt' s, Yost, 'Cary L wiler. .lr. Q all Th? U 'fl '1-hl, M , G iflin, Yu e. Leyhm-, Hur , Cna h H. E. Qrh cr. W ssel, Howell, Srhaum. Dm , s a s, I'dn Fu r R u'-Balm-s. Mgr. N arkej, Wh' son, G vdilzvr. lfrcrh, lm '. 'ur 0 , N ull' , Bob 'C ll . .l loc , Gibb rson, lmc, w" , be d Fifth Rnu'fTlider. Mgr, Thompson, Br-Il, Chalmers. Ryan, Dryden. Miravelle, Nlurrh, Kalish. Phiambulvs, Blair v . . . - v . T . Y . 7 . . . . 7 . . X . . C . ' I l l Q . . I I ' Q. ' F ' ' '. ' T ' I Q ' . Sa . 1 . . . S ' . l S , ' rack 1935 The track team had for 1955 lf not IIS most successful at least tts most lnter estmg season havlng the good fortune to make four out of town trlps It started off ln February wlth a trlp to Kansas Clty for the K L A L mdoor meet Then by wmnlng the speclal 880yard hlgh school relay U Clty showed that ll was prepared to defend us reputatlon for the commg season At the Arena the Indlans tasted defeat 111 St LOUIS for the first tlme ln five years loslng to thelr foremost rnal Roosevelt Redoubllnv IIS efforts the squad nosed out Roosevelt two weeks later at C0lUIYllJl3. to hrlng home for the fifth consecutlve year the State mdoor tltle ,Ioe Horan led off the attack by taking the 60yard dash 1n good tlme Now well 1n IIS strlde the team came through and won the Maplewood Relays by a good -core The crack one mlle team cut more than a second off tht record while the two m1le team came Vtlllllll one tenth of a second of the old mark The 440 and 880 teams takmv close seconds chased the YSIHIICTN III both cases to a new record Then followed the only dual meet of the year Gramte ilty was heaten lll luotll the amor and junior fllNlNl0IlN ln a C0mlllIlKfl -core of l19 to D6 Pug: flghlv ,Ioe Horan 1935 TIHCTK Letlermf Il 19 1 JL NIUHS Xlarun Bank Pugzene Blade Howarrl Brook R ell orn tharle- Durhe S1 Xrnolfl Pd Hallman Barnard Buser Bull famphell Lucian Fr klllf' Hadlex ITIHIFI Bernard Kallc-'nlrar Dol: Kemp Ku ell Xlereullth IYWSIII Nlohr SILNIORS Kenneth ll'lllMIll"T Harold Nlar lou l l1Ill1" N ore l' rnest Ohle Rohert Palan jim Nlrlo feor e Wallis lack Woltjen Bob Twu-r llsrxes furker Harrx Rudman lohn Ryan Date Rosln ks 1 hester Schaum Fxerett Vlatkxm Fred Whlte Dick Yore Doug Pollock Harsew Rohde temper Yost ,llm Knight The week end of Aprll 26 the track men left for the most eafferly awaited for meet of the year the Drake Relays at Dee Nlolnee Then before 20 000 bpectatorw and competlnff 1n ont of the Ureatebt track carnlvals ln the country Coach Schem State Indoor the xquad non the DTINSOUTI State Outdoor Track and Fleld Meet at Lolumhla The team lacked anx lndnldual btar- but uae on the whole well rounded The jumor team althouffh weak came throuvh a mnner ln all 1lS dual meets wshlch how ex er tonstltuted no real test of strength Euvene Multln, ln the 220 and Mead and Matlock ln the 880 have a hrlffht future ln the next two years brute lmloor I hampzonv Page P Ighty one 1 n W1kl c 1' ls nm Sl r r , i 111-1 A , S , . , ,h LV g 3 uss D Ss , ' V V I ' 5 ' -n " . 4 ' U' ', -- I ' ' ' . ' g 5 . ' ' I' I x ' v ' ' ,i . " , S ' ' 3 V - A ' ' - Q ' lr ., T , D i D . . 1 Q C ' e I 0 5 A ' mers boys took two seconds. a thlrd. and a fourth. Then later. a month after the .4 va Y , -is - - . C , C ' . . . ' v ' ' y ' - c- - l al n A C V r nw. t hm Ruu-ffl.vutwilvr. Walli-, Kemp, Hora , lt 'nN. Cory Se :md Roni-tlritlin. l. yhv. lrjclen. Hun-r. Srhan . ."4lo Tlninl Ron --Thunxp-on fX1anaxgc' P. Ellyn-ax, Yurv, Uv 6-nlilh. Srhalln-I, l-uauw ' HE DI Wrestlln gf THE LETTERMEN l'dward Bowman 155 lb J xck Dexor 165 lbe Francie Edwards 95 lb: 511191415 Lhrlaty 105 llw 1' ugene Slempelkamp 125 lh 'Nlx ron Golluh 135 llw Howard Drozda 145 lhe The 1953 w reethng eeason Hoe- 1nto the records as a succcewful one exen though Lnn erslty Clty N three sear rewn aa holder of the Nllseourl w reitllng champxon-hlp wax ended Headed bs a slngle xeteran State Lhamplon Ed Bowman and two other experlenced tournament w restlere Eugene Slempelkamp and Shield fhrxsty the 1nd1anQ won all five of ltx dual matchu and flnxehtd llllfd lll the Normandy and State tournamente In thexe two tournamente of some fifty matchee conte-ted hy the lndlane only two were lost hx fall- Erancls Edwards and Shleld Lhrhty were crowned champlone of the 95 and 105 lb classee at the fifth annual State meet at folumlua whlle the team complled a total of Qexenteen IJOIIITN Of these Edwards earned Neven polnt to hecome hlgh lIldlX1dU81 scorer of the entlre meet Slempelkamp second 1n the 125 lb 1111151011 wax rated the 0UlS1aIld1IlU wre tler of the meet Jack Dexor placed thlrd ln the 165 lh claw The lndlans, gathered twcnts two IJOIHIN ln tht thlrd annual Normandx tour namtnt wlth Su mpelkamp galnrnv top honors ln the 125 lh class Qhrhtx llrozda and Bowman Necond places Edward Dexor and Golluh thlrd Fne dual matche were wreetled PTCVIOUN to the tournamentx and wert won from 'Normandx Klrk wood St Charlt- lountrs Dax and FCTUUNOII 1'uUene Slempellcamp and hd Bowman were elected honorarx co captaln Tlusc two with fllfl tx recened major -chool letters Hllll three Nl rnce hare 1'dward me worlt ftalllllllu' in kcepm, the 97 ll State lhamplon-hlp ln Lnlur-ltx fltx x lu re ll ha lreen Nmce the Furl meet hxe xear- ago earned lum a major award Uther -quad memluer lllflllflfil Lawrence Slempelltamp Louis thanes 113.3111 Urwlg Ilan lioth Warren llucltner Jack llell Ceorvc H1IllxtllN 1Xorman lN1edt Harrx llc ut man llmd Schoznfeld eromt lnffer Nlaurlfe Cerlver lllll ,latlt and 'Ylalcolm 1 ocr ch The team tren th wa afaln wealuned ln haunff no hcauwel ht can chdate for the fourth xear out of the fue that the eport ha been dueloped lx loach C A 'Nluhl Page Plghlx tuo . ., ' , .. . , , . s. i r ', .. , 1' , . t. z ,' , .. ' ', .. .. ' ' ' Q Z. Q Q 'J . ' L ' X. " C L A A L t . J - . . S ' -. S . '. ' M . 'S ,. '. , ' ' , ' S S ' ' ' . - ' 5. 5 ' : S ,S 'C . S ' , ' . : 3: ' S. ' . . ' s l ,. ' . Y . . . e. , I 4 Z. , . f. I r as . . x . U , h . . . i . . , 1. ,. v ' 5 5 S ' ' ' 3 . ' ' . ' 4 h 1 yn ' . I . '. . J . . '. ' ..- . I ' ' U ' ' 1 ' '2 ' ' 1 " U . ,I 5 . F X. 5 P ' 1, I F ' s ' ' 5 's f' n' '1935 Baseball 1935 LETTERMEN Ewald Babr Charles Ducben Ted Huey Bud Lewis Walter Whitson Eugene Blades Charles Gilles lid ,lenkens Tom Matthews Ed Williams Bill Brewer Melvin Goldman Harold Kirsch Tom McConnell Bill Chapman Tom Grace Bill Knott Herbert Sheiber MANAGERS' LETTERS ,lack Goldstein Bill Beckman The University' City' Baseball Team. coached by- Mr. George Thompson, is in the midst of defending its fourth consecutive title as Suburban League Champion. At this time the team is in third place with a record of two defeats and two vic- torles. The team was very' successful in its first two games. winning over Wellston and the powerful Webster nine The two defeats were suffered at the bands of St Charles and Rltenour At present the chance for repeating the championship IS lmprobable but lt is certain that the U City nine will finish close to the top The schedule lncludes six league games four of which have been played while the two remaining games are wlth Kirkwood and Normandy In addition, many non league games have been played Wllh the city schools, which have been very valuable as practice Both veterans and newcomers compose the outfit wlth the battery work falling on the veterans Tom McConnell and Ted Huey Ewald Bahr has served creditably as a relief pitcher while Harold Klrsch plays an important part as chief utility man His splendid work in the past three years deserves much credit The infield IS rounded out with Chapman at first Grace at second Gilles at short, and Jenkins at the third sack All of these boys are newcomers with e exception of Charles Gilles Other boys who are playmg well ln the infield are Vlatthews Lewis and Knott W r I gg Vcnght gm ex Fin Vlr T omp n N te man r Klan w 9 n v Y 5 T . . . Y . g 1 . . ' , th Top Rowf 'r ber. Zo io. " . . I ' fb, , . li so , .le l , Bic cr. . he s Sec nl Rvu'-llold-Alvin fSlgr.b. Goldman, Shviber, NlnConnvll, Shaknfsky, Huey, Durhen, Blades, Bahr, Andrcac. i 1 mr' Bn-wer, Wh' sun, Williams. Gilles, " Asc , . k s, lure, Lewis. 'no fron! Ron-Cmn, Sic p lkamp, Davis. .1 , Ball , .'p'lkvr, Levi-nthal. Brown Berkman Ulgrj Th rl R it hir h Chapman .len cn I fx ll m e 5 azur ance S I Page Eighty three ' HEDI L H lllf Cllr W gl B enms and Gol 1954 TENNIS LETTERMEN Meyer Panlcewer Robert VC emstock My rl Cohen Harold Marglous Harry Stlverstexn State Doubles Champlons and runner up lll the Slll les plus topping the season off wlth the Suburban League title was the envlable record establlshed by the 1934 tennls team sponsored by Mr Muhl Pankevser and Marglous were the sur prlse Doubles team whlle CHPIHITI Robert Wetnstoclc play ed the Slngles SllVCI'Sl6lll Devereux Klexn George w3.lllS Myrl and Sam Cohen and Joe and lhll Branham asslsted ln the Wlfllllng of ten school matches and the League t1tle Thls tenms year began YV1l.l'l the State tournament ln the fall of 54 wlth Weln stock wlnnlng the Slngles Champlonshlp for hls second ttme ln four years as a State finalist The League schedule lb yet to be played this Sprln Twenty five candt dates haye reported for team tryouts 1954 GOLF LETTERMEN Jonas Wel s Tracy Nelson Hanford Sher lhll Lamb Howard Zachrxtz Jack Lytle C harles Glllcs Suburban Leaguc Champlons was the tltle earned hy the l954 olf team Headed by C,apta1n Jonas Wels and B111 Lamb two of the out landing prep olfer of the State the team swept throu h all of lls C1 ht dual matches mcludm the lllrllly touted lxlrkwood squad The team alned llllfd place lll tht 'slXlll annual St Loul lhstrtct olf tournament at the Woodlawn Country Cluh Other rc-,ular team member were Tracy Nelson Howard Z8CllI'1lZ Hanford Sher Jack lytlt and Charles Gllle 'llr Muhl was pon or Tie l9i'5 team has conttnued the w Illlll eak wlth fiye win a l1 wrltln, Howard Zacllrltz Tracy Nelson Hanford Sher lJlClx Stem John Albach Charle Shank Chrl Xlemmc and Charle Gllle haye constituted the team lll mo t matche l W l Wu-iss, Trary, Hirkel, Zurhritz. We usen, Shu i . Landau, Krebs, Su-m, s umm-, Lamb. Sher, Ciillvs, Cloa h Nl ll ,lar ous. B. ranham, Wallis, Pankewe-I, Weinslork, Klein. Cohen, Silverstein, l. Brnnhum T ' f v . - . ' . . U . Q N rn 1 A . . Y N . i . V . . ' Y V . . . . v . Y . . . , A . . 7 5 Y 9 . .w Y . . ,Q . V. v . - V. . U . i . 1 . . . . Q . .i Y . . U Y yu .. . - C. . , . , - T ls: - - . . .1 U 1 ' - 1 - ' - A U . w s v 4 Q ' s C . ' ' 's . ' s 0 g s - , 1 ' 2 1 g q sr U '. V ' I ff . 1 S. I . s 5 g ' , ' , , ,U ' S ' ' ' . ' ' l . . , . ' ' I 3 ' s. . . . ' ' s s . l I. 3 ' 'il ' g str " 2 " s 'I tfs ' - . U. " s '. ' i V .T . . . ' -T . . . u w n Y ' 1 n n - . S r. . S 'S , S 5 ' ' ' S S. Page l'1gl1!y four '1935 0 9 GITIS Bas lcetball An increase in the number of class and varsity games made an interesting sched- ule in Basketball. The defenslve IHCIICS of the game were greatly lmproved by the mtroductlon of advanced zone defense U Clty was one of the few schools to use thls method and judgmg by 1ts record of 25 games victories out of 27 games played lt appears that ll wlll be adopted by many more schools Page Ezghty ive Sec nd R w Left I Rlghl ilbnck 'Nhlnm D ugln 'Vlmn Ether! n Furs: R u Lel: I Rlghl Nhnm n Pelle: Lorlon Arm lr ng Mrddleman V D - ' Baci! Row, Lell In Right-Sloops, Grayson, Doenges flfaptainj, Ammerman, Hurd, Kolker n u , n ' -. , A ' , o s, . ' , u ' a ', v ' -. 'o , , , , s u . ' ' HE DIAL I -.v ' ,I Back Rau Left 1: Rlghl Gnu on Nlanmon LaNhrlha lxnlker fLaplaxn lll Second Rau lvl! In Rlghl Hnnncr Pxrkel Steven Peller Arm lrong ntl Rm If 11 1 4 ormn fapunn rar: lm 1rls Hoc lcey Due to the fine open weather an especlally lonv hocltex season nas enjoyed Although the varslty was depleted ln graduation of many outstandmg players the OUCOIUIIIU reffulars pros ed exery hlt as dependable Hocke IS robahlx the one -mort xsluch rc UITCN most sklll and tlus sear ha- ? P l fl proxed greater dewelopments than exer before our record shosung no defeats ln Jubllc school com Xllll0Il and Ill contests mth mrnate schools l0S1llU no Games to l l l r- :- John Burrou hs and dro 1 una hut tuo frames to The PI'll1Cl na g ll 1- l Page Flghlt slr ' '- . ' ' - - ' : - 'i , ' ' ' T. l 5-9 I' f i.,-j . nymffvn 'L 'C "f, fp I 1 4.1 G0 Q . S . C . ,, A. M . S ', i C F V , . . L U 4 ' E 5 . '1935 lrls Baseball The Baseball XHTSIIN was excepllonallx fortunate IH hawmg good weather for thelr game- The Narsltx composed chleflw of veterans was YICIOFIOUN ln all of IIS games The K lass Teams ws ere almost equallw as good loslnv but one frame ln their schedule 911 1 Page Eighty seven I 1 zghf 1 Smog annlrn Y m n IMI:-rtha Ninn . q . ' .' , . , ' . ' .' . , v i. Y Q . v I W V V. . 1 . . J .. , ' 4' - , C C . Lvj 11 R' -Ellk, f us. Nl' 'x , 'ost, Lnrlnn, Gross 11 . ,:. . 1' 'Q , : ST. ' . 'K 3 ? " . as I K a,,,,..,, - ,, 5. , 2 L, ch 4 . ,fm,..., ,L , 1 1 - , q , If , l a H 'f 3 Egg. 13,24-gf-'ff I ' "' Qtfqf, ,V 7f'934f,'7' ' . ' ne' , . Fxfzfl L . ' 3 I ' Q ,, ' HEDI L z:Rgh'Vl F S GIIIS Arcbery Archery xs growlng m popularlty havlng an lncreased number of partlcxpants Several other schools have added It to thelr schedules and U Clty was able to enter more meets being vlctorlous ln all The followlng elght glrls were awarded thelr U s M Frank fCaptJ G Stoops J Langenberg V Frank MHIZHCY Bedell Kahsh Hanlon Page Eighty eight Lel o i l-. aizuer, M. rank Ulaplninj, Hanlon, V. Frank, Xoops o 9 , . . . . . , 193 quad Leaders Tlne ot amzatron offere much opportunrtx rn the dexelopment of leaderehrp Squad Leader y tem ls ubed Ill all cla e of Phuxcal Educatron leadera lN?1I1 elected bs the claa member An athletlc award IS nen to tho e tx ho how outitanclln alnlxty ln leader lup FIRST SENIESTER SQL -XD LEADERS Betty -Xmmerman Duche ne C ue t Johnlta Bo rlhlffl letter lean Hellmnh lrmt Boxerman Rutlmnn Burn lane I hnld Dorn flaruh tn Jane I lark Ro emary Dau Opal Dougzla Wlffllllld Ellre One lane Ftherton Dons Ftnlgan Nlary ,lane Cauehet Florence Arm trong -Xudrey Barrrng.er Fxelyn Blark Elrzalneth Borg. teadt Irma Boxerman Elolae Bradley Rolrerta Brenner Ieabelle Brooke jane Clnld ,lane Clark Lllllan Clark Jean Clarke Ro emary Datz Suzanne Dazey Nlarle Deiporor Nlarle Doenge Hes te Xnn Hnrml lltlrml le er llldlllld Hou em tn Vera ,lone Ruth Kolker One lettfr Xnn lanflau Nlartha ,lane Lange Nladelmc Larkin l etter Phyllrs I lepzleger Ruth Lorton Ser ond Letter ,Iune Nlaln One Letter Florenr e Nlannron lorralne Nlarru One letter Sara xlllllllPlll21lI Dorn Xlorgan One letter Xrr rma NIt'lll'Il1glldU Krdeen l rlg,g.e Wilma Roper Henrretta Schle Inger Mlallne Smith Dorothy Sprefklemeyer Patty Stem feneueye Stoop ,lune Wal h Nlarlanne Wxlker on SECOND SEMESTER SQUAD LEADERS Opal Dougzla Dorri Fmrgan Duchesne Guest lean Hellmxch Besale -Xnn Horrl Lucy ,lonee Nlarlan Jones Vera .lones Betty Kentzler France Kleln Ann Landau Phyllls Lxepzleger Florence Mannion lorralne 'Klart ne Claire ,lane 'Nlarshall Fleanor Nlatlles Doris 'Vlorgan Ruth Nlorrrson Nlary Xlurphy N trglnra lNl6LlI'lIlfll'ldllS Ruth Popek Bernlce Powell Wllma Raper Betty .lane Remert Lenora Schulz Dorothy Sprecklemeyer Patty' Stem Hortensc Tamme France Wesley Nlarlanne Wilkerson 'Nlary Burt Yoat in-sau Page Ezghly nme Nax! e U - 1 - . s 's ' ' ss s ':' ' . - g 1' -s S. 1 . 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X 'A inqu t 3 nh M- 8.5 x 'Li E , ,, cw' 'M XX ,W I Q Summer Classes In addltnon to the regular Secretarral and Accounting Courses RUblC3I'l'1 offers a Speclal Pre College Course rn Shorthand and Typewrmng Term IO llfeelzs INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP INSTRUCTION R bc1m nd G gg Sh rth nd Systems T ugh! Telephone Ioduu for a Cataloq Rub1co.m Bus1ness School 4933 Delmar Boulevard FOrest 3900 3469 S Grand Boulevard Lllclede 0440 Comphments of the JM other s Club Office Hlla d 0986 R s Hlla d CAbany 1533 Umversrty Florlsts LANGE STUDIO Com mrrc ml P11010 g 1 aplay Un ers ry C ty 6734 DELMAR Porfralfx Pllfllll Irrammg Ma ch L A e S l. us o CARL L BOKEL Propruflor L :su 1 u i . a re 0 a a 1 - . . C . . . ' Q Y V-Y, , ,-.. V, ,xx N ,- Y -7- , , , n e ., n 3622 1 ,k l . . . l 1 . . . I xv 1 1 I , X .i U . . 1 Q " .. . . K j 1 . 1 l l l i 7351 n es er v. t. o i, M. l , , g C C -3 or ' no C .-.s - ,C or I,!l If' .xrif Busmess As a Career Surveys among students of our schools have shown thot there ore three det1nIte reasons for therr enrollment l They CI e convxnced of th opporturutles In business as a career 2 They reolxze the need for specrahzed trcnnxng to succeed 3 They are sotrshed thot Browns offers both the opportunity and the trcrmmg For Intorrnotron concermng our Sp9C1Gl1Z9d educotlonol progrorn for busmess coll or wrIte Browns Busmess and Secretarral School CAbcmy 6080 5858 DELMAR BOULEVARD St Lours PETE MAZZA THE NEW DEAL CAFE All Cream Ice Cream 9 3 O V B L DCIICIOUS Sandwlches N Kmgshlghway at Cote Brlllrant FOUNTAIN SERVICE S Kmgshmghway at Chlppewa Sfrzkc Up the Band ST LOUIS BAND INSTRUMENT CO Stre THE CONN STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR scHooL MUSICIANS Complzmenfs 0 WINTER GARDEN AMERICA s LARGEST AND FINEST ICE SKATING RINK HOME OP THE ST LOUIS FLYERS FOrest 1717 520 DE BALIVIERE Page Nznely il ' ' 1 0 0 W' Y Y YT' ' -'T'-C Y V ' Y YY' T Y rr Y Y 'AY' YYY Y V Y'-TY I l ,1 1 g N: X ,W I,.,,v,v,,,, ,l 7 5 L I E V D . I ' ' ' li LIGHT LUNCHES I Clayton Rd. at Big Bend I I I . ,Y ,Y , , , -W H, . ,,-,l Y V-, Y ,-, A ff ' , JP I 1 1 1 3 Ol iv e e t if Y YI T: , Y TV f Y N Y Y Y Y A Y Complzmenis 0 CHESTER O FISCHER And ASSOCICIIGS Q Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance C A MUHL Representative FOOD MONEY LOVE The three most lmportant ttems tn hte Our stores deal m all three FOOD because 1t IS our speclalty MONEY because tt IS a necessary commodtty LOVE because 1t results from complete sattsfacttort When you trade at our two complete stores you are assured of thts complete satlstactlon by obtammg quahty foods at the lowest posstble prtces BOB HOGIN MARKETS 2514 WOODSON RD UNIVERSITY CITY OVERLAND belle 2235223 808 OLlVh STKE Sc cs Alam Sell 58 Pau! Dfarlzofzdv Luluszzcly R f ' Co. --!,I.'lQ-- I ET I Mum Ixmm' I,.-.- x I,nIIr'I'N I Ixxu-IIlIIn' rn-Ixx to llll lu NIM I: xx 4 I Inf- I'xIlt4xl .xt Fully :un hu JL,,4.5Cf if , - " ' f' QL 1 1 5ILlIcAI'IlLHI1pN. N f' I III:-N. 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Ill I OO YP xx" ax -Kris' K . 1- , Fznejf Fggdy PGH THE BEST PEOPLE A LADDS MARKET CAbcny 5840 5841 UNIVERSITY CITY 5 P LA ROSE MARCEL SHOPPE S24a MFLVILLE Permanent Wa mg 82 50 and Up CAb y 9489 A C L HAASE CO Imporfc rs ann' Wfmlcfalm S SPANISH OLIVES OLIVE OIL FISH PRODUCTS W h H h HENRY R WEISELS CO Realtors COR EIGHTH 66 CHESTNUT T l ph 4800 TIVOLI TEA SHOP 6346 DELMAR BLVD 1 CAbany 9264 ICE CREAM CANDY HOT AND COLD PLATE LUNCHES COMPLIMENTS Glaser DRUG STORES BO lor the Student RENTAL LIBRARY GREETIING CARDS Doubleday Doran Book Shops Inc 310 N Emghth st CHestnut sean ok IPb tyCtyT D y IN1fJ1 I " f 'T ' ' ' ' ' f ' f - ' -' o II I I II ' I f YY TI' 7 TYTTT: T T I 'ras'-I 72 TITS I 72 I IIIVI I II ham oo and Set 50c Manicure 356 , I I I I 0 U o 0 I I 1 I ' - I ' , '. I . I ' ' U IVV nf T i iiIiI'Ti I II I ' I I 1 I . I v . I Q I an IIT T I YY I I T T I II T I YI- T I I T I , lflenry R. eisels Art ur C. oe n President Vice-President U Arnold H. 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