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

 - Class of 1939

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W pf. s HB' fx , ,. , " " Q' V. -fi' . 41 4' .A f. i 'g3imv f V H? ,LF 33546515 hifi? A 3,566 rg g g , i5f?"MV . k , J? 4 X -f . ' ' W , 5' 3 1. ' ., if Jimi ,,. ., 431' M V' S. , fi E ! 2 TUHY FUR e, the stay' of THE DIAL of 1939, present to the faculty and the stilcleiit body of University City Senior High School, graphic "footprints in the sands of Time," which, we hope, will wot soon be obliterated. 0 ,R fs A + , fi. ffWT'l'i1. . fa' 11,59-55 " YA ' 4 aS'5x?k'a3-GW?" v "xml '- 4 , H 3,g,7f,Wv' sfwiw ,, , , HTY HHI E THI W! 'LA' HEEHHHEH HY MARIAN WEBER Editor-in-Chief' DICK JONES A.wsoc2'a1'e Editor MARK GALE Associate Editor PATRICIA DICKIE C'il'C'll,IClf'1i07L Mamzgw JANE TRAMPE Business Mrmagvr DAVID THOMAS Chief Ph01fO!j'I'1IfQlh,f4I' MISS MAIIY HAMILTON Sponsor lu-Signwl by Hurry J, Swain, Jr., of l'l'lItI'2ll EIIgI'zu'ing Ckllllllflfly. l'rim4-Il by 14141011 PI1b1iSI1irIg,:lIn1ls.4-, Art XVIII-k by the High Sc-lmol Art l1vp:II'tnIvIIt. UUH HUUH HUHUR ln recognition of his fine service as a teacher of History, Head of the Department of Social Studies, and author of a recent textbook in his chosen field, We gladly dedicate THE DIAL of 1939 to ERWIN J. URCH ERWIN J. URCH, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 'w"L TUUEHT THE DIAL is a memorandum for all students, so that in the future they may renew in their minds scenes of their high school days which have grown dim through the pas sage of time. r x The Senior High School ut Noon ln 1929, a new building for the Senior High School was erected at Jackson and Balson Ave- nues. The building was opened for use on Janu- ary 27, 1930. Extra class-rooms, an auditorium, and a new cafeteria were opened in September, 1937. CCL IIIHI I ,, 41 so W I V "fir HIZIIIIIU .lulmsmm I:lI!'IIilI'4I l'II2lI1Ihl'l'4 111-111 XY:1Ilz11'I1 111155011 'pm-n..,- I-Hmm Mum SK'IH'IIIllI4'I' Hmmm-Ily A151111 15,-Hy Nam, lb AIISS l'A'l'III'IRYN A. AIAIINIC Mus. IIAZIAZI, ll, W.xI,I.ACr1 Mn. H. E. 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KIc'I"I'I1:LK,uII' Central Wvsluyzxn, ,LIL llniVcr1'Siiy nl' K'lIic':Ig:,'o, ,MM History lJll'l'f'lUl' wi' Hllinlzinf-v:1IIIl lilll Q "Nl K 'l'lCllllllI1 llunhzxm Abbott llznzlvli Stwlilrvian lNlR. Ki. ll. SCHVLTZ l'niv1-rsity of XViSI-Imsin. All. XYfISlIiII,L:luI1 l'lliYl'l'SilX, lX.M. Hvzul uf Svicnvo i7t'lPZll'llllQl"ll Ulim-misiry Spcnxsm' of Cliurviislm' Ulub MISS lfl,uI:If:NcJR HAAUK K. S. A. K", Culln-Q1-, lib. . , 4 Hmm- lCm'monIic'S I. W, U. S'l'Rl71lll.MAN Conlrzll XVQSley:m Uollvgo, ,X.lI. XY:ISlIiIIg'Ior1 lvl1lX'l'l'SllX, ALM. llliysivs 1'lIySi1':Il fiCOQ,'l'2ll1ilY UUH STUHY EUHTIHUES Hllll I llllll llllllllllllllll In the chaotic state of the World today with its shifting sense of values, educa- tion offers our only hope for the future. Upon the schools ol' America rests a grave responsibility. With this thought in mind University City High School, with its broad curriculum and high scholastic standards, has attempted to do its share by providing a strong p1'ep- aration for the students who are repre- sented in these pages. CCDLQ HHH I CLASS OF JANUARY I 4 Page Sixteen i 1 9 3 9 OFFICERS ' JOHN WEBER - - President ELAINE MILLAIRE - - Vice-President RICHARD WEICHEL - - Treasurer IRMGILD WARMBER - - - Secretary warm IHIHIY-NINE CLASS OF JUNE 1939 1 OFFICERS JOE BURCH - President PEARL STERNECK - Vice-President E WILLIAM BARNES - - Treasurer J ANEY WELCH - - Secretary I I P R Page Seventeen Page Eighteen CCL. I1lHl I BILL BUCKLES Skating' Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, Secretary 43 Rifle Club 2, 3: Cain:-r:L Club 3. GLORIA J. GRICE Solflan High School. NANCY JEANNE SCHMIDT Volloy Ilull 2: Canwlwi Club 33 Palctto and Brush -1. WILLIAM R. WAGNER Cleveland Iligh School, Gorman Club 3, 4. MILFORD N. ROUTMAN East St. Louis High Svhoolg Orclmestrwx 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 23 Skating: Club 4: lntrzmiurzml Sports 43 Senior Play 45 Football 2. BETTY VON SCHRENK National Honor Sm-iety Service Club 2, 3, N13 Goriuun Club 2, Vive-Prvsinlvnt 3, 41 Czuuera Club 3. SIMA DE WOSKIN MEYER Fox Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4, Crafts Club 2, Trnvk 2, 35 Soft- ball 2, 3, 43 Football 2, IRVING S. BOGUSLAW Tribe 2, 3, 43 Baseball Manager 21 lI1ll'2lllllll'3.l Sports 2. 3, 4. MITRIEL BLACK Rifle Team 3, 1: Opera Chorus 2. ETHELMAE SIEGEL Solmlun High School. JOHN WHITNPTY GARTH National Honor Society 'l'r:1c'k 2. Czlplziin 3, -lg Clwmistry Club, Vic-0-l'i'0Sirlc'nt 33 Crafts Club, l'r1-siflc-nt 3, -lg lntrzimural Sports 2, 33 ineieen VIRGINIA WONDELL NORMAN SILVER Crafts Club 39 Tribe 4. GEORGE MCFARLAND ELAINE J. WULFERT Football 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 'ig Rifle Club 23 Tribe 43 lntra- Literary Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 2, 3, Secretory 43 Rifle mural Sports 2, 3, 4. Club 43 Service Club 2, 3, 4: Horseback Riding 43 Volley Bull 25 Senior Play Staff 45 Arrliery 2, Dial Stuif 4. ADELE SCHERRER RICHARD WEICHEL Skating Club 2, Horseback Riding National Honor Society Rifle Club 25 Student Council 'ig Golf Squad 3, 43 Tribe -ip Senior Class 'l'reusurer. ARTHUR I. ROUFA Track 23 Intramural Sports 23 Camera Club 23 VV:1nder- lust Club 2, 33 Art Club 43 Current Events Club 43 Senior Play Cast ig Baseball Manager 2, 3. HENRIETTA L. MUNIES Basketball Varsity 2, U Club 3. MILDRED E. LEMMON Jamaica High School, Junmica, New York City, New York, French Club 3, Vice-President 45 Literary Club 3, -lg XVanderlust Club 43 Horseback Riding 43 Service Club ig Archery 4. JOHN THOMSON WEBER ROBERT V. NEWSOME Math Club 45 Chemistry Club 4. MELVIN KOHN Student Council 3, Secretary 43 Glee Club 3, 45 Latin Club 33 Sergeant-:lt-Arms 4: Senior Play Cust 43 Tom- Tom Business Assistzmt 3, I':lllf0l'l2ll Assistant 43 Intra- mural Sports 2: Senior Class l'resiIlent 4. Football 2, 3, 4: Truck 2, 35 Tribe 3, 43 Intrzimural Sports 2, 3, 43 Crafts Club 2. X JAMES WESTBROOK CARROLL J. C. STRAUSS, Il St. Louis University High. Hi-Y 33 Rifle Club 3: Senior Play Staff. Wondell McFarland Scherrer' Roufa Lemmon Newsome Silver Wulfert Weiehel Munies YVeber Kohn Carroll Strauss, 11 Page Nineteen Page Twenty ELAINE MILLAIRE Q HlHl OI Avflflilllfli llmzor Society. l'irff-l'rr'.wirl1,'11f Servivv Club 2, 33 Honor l'in 2, 33 Senior Class Vim'- l'1'0Sixlm-nt fl. NIONROE K. ABRAMS lIIlI':1mIu':Il Sports 2, 3, lg Chemistry Club 3, 45 Rzulio Club ig Senior l'l:iy Stuff 45 'I'I'zIck 3. RICHARD TAYLOR DAISY WARREN Cla-x'1-lzlnrl High Sc-lumlg SI-I'vif'Q Club 4. GERALDINE JULIUS STANLEY M. COHEN lfmmllmull 23 'l'l':II-k 3, lg iIltlTlYlllll'ili Sports 3, -lg Skating' Club 2, 3. GEORGE H. HEIDBREDER Ilzxnml 2, il: Ili-Y 3, 4. BEATRICE ROIITMAN lllust St. Louis High Sc-bool: Strut and lfrot, 3, 4, Orches- ll'L,L 4. VERA PAGAN Xuiionrzl llfnmr Society Liter':u'y Club 3: German Club 3: Math Club 3, 4: Snrvice Club 4 3 Clll'l'0Ilt Events Club 33 AI'c'lIeI'y 3. HARVEY ALFRED KOPMAN llunfl 3, 1: OI'c'l1v:4ti':I 2, 4: Skating' Club fl, 'lg 'l'orn-Tom Stuff -1. MARK A. ISRAEL lntrzunurrll Sports 2, 31 VVz1rIcl0I'lIISt Club 2, 33 Clll'l'I3lll Events Club 2, 3: Art Club 2. REBECCA A. SAPHIAN l' Club 'S 4' Nc '1'vi1-0 Club 0 3' Riflv Club 3: Cflme-I':I Y fl Club 23 if'zIIIilf:hI'lIISt Club L: Volltiy llxxll Varsity -5 Ping- lmngr Varsity 3. 'iweieew lHIHlY-NINl MILDRED JANE ANDERSON Tzlbs-rim 13 lizuicl 2, 3, 4: I' Ulub, Sl'l'f.1'QiII1l-Elf-.Xl'l!lS 3, l"rcsi4lI-Iit -lg Vollvy Hall Varsity 2, 3, 'lg llziskutbzlll Var- sity 2, 3, -ig Iizlsvbzlll Varsity 1: Hovlwy Varsity 2, 5, -i, AI'vlu:1'y Varsity 3, -11 Tennis Varsity Il, Horscbut-li Hid- ing' fi. DICK JONES Student Council 3, lg Strut :Intl Frei 2, 3, -lg Hi-Y Presi- dent 24, Tl'Q?lSlll't'l' -I: Art Ulub 2, 3, lg Opera Uzxst 3 Senior l'lzIy Cust lj Sophomore Football 2, 35 Intr:1n1ur'zIl Sports 2, 3 3 Scrviacc Club 2, 3, 4, Dial Stuff 2, 3, Assistant Editor 4. DOROTHY COLE NOBLE HEMKER Nafianal Honor Society Solelzin High Svlmulg Hi-Y 3, -lg Trzivk 2, 3, -1, C'lu-mistry Club 'I'rezISurer bl. HARVEY E. ZIGEL Biolmzy Ulub 2, 33 lntraniurzil Sports Il, 3, 43 Brxscbztll 4 C1'tllvIS Club 2. LEONARD W. MUEI,LER Baseball 33 Mzlth Club 3, President -lg Craft Flub 3 Clicmistry Club 3, lntrainurzil Sports 3, OSBORNE MILTON Snlmlan Ili:.:'h School: XVUSIDOYK-lf2lllS2iS City High School: 'l'I'ilL'li 23 lli-Y 13 Math Club 4: S1-nior Play Staff 4. MARJORIE BEE BLOUNT flirl'S Uhcniistry Club lp Tubernzt -13 Service Club 4. MORRIS HOFFMAN RUTH GAYLOR HAROLD JAY OLEON ,YllfiO1lfll Ilunm' Society xV2lIltl6l'lllSl Flub 2, 3: Literary C'lub 4, Honor Pin 2, 3, 4. JEANNE MARX National Ilonor Society Literary Club 33 Servive Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council 3, l: Taburnzi 3, -1: fl?lI'llUl'2l Club 2, 'l'OlYl-TOIII 2, Sports Edi- tor 33 Hnnnr Pin ZZ, 3, lg German Club 3, 4. Anderson Jones Cole Milton Blount Hoffman Hemker Zigel Mueller Gaylor Oleon Marx Page Twenty-one Page Twenty-two FCLQ HIHI I SARAH ELIZABETH CAMPBELL Drum Major 2, 3, 4, Service Club 4. BERNARD SPIRTIS Biology Club 23 Chemistry Club 33 Intramural Basketball 2 F. CHRISTIAN KEELER Nrltionul Honor Society Mt. Carmel College, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, lfreneh Club 3, President 43 Strut and Fret 43 Senior Play 4: Service Club 3, 43 Operetta 41 Student Council 4. ANNE ELLEN SANDERS Taberna 3, 43 Girl's Chemistry Club 3, 45 Opera Ballet 3, 43 Horseback Riding 4. PATRICIA MOONEY National Honor Society Senior Play 4: Strut and Fret 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 4: Opera Cast 43 Tom-Tom Staff 43 Tennis 2, 33 Swimming Captain 2, 3, Taberna, 3, 43 U Club 3, 4. RUDOLPH M. GROSS Tulla Oberreal Sehule, Germany: Soldan High, Band 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 43 German Club, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, Vice-President 4: Camera Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4 3 Current Events Club 4 3 Service Club 45 Tom- Tom Staff 4. VERLON WAGNER DOROTHY M. ARNOLD Service Club 3, 4. CAROLYN SAUNDERS GOYER Art Club 43 Opera Staff 4, Senior Play Cast 4. GLENN MASON KIRKPATRICK, JR. Rifle Club 2: Opera Staff 43 Skating Club 3, 4, Tom-Tom Staif 43 Dial Staff 43 Hi-Y 4, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Service Club 4. ADOLPI-I E. GROSS Clayton High School, Chemistry Club, Secretary-Treasurer 33 Gorman Club 3, Skating Club 3. MARIE TAYLOR St. Elizabe-th'S Academy, Dramatic' Club 2, 33 Art Club 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3: Math Club 2, 3. mlm IHIHIY-NINl VERLEAN HAMPTON Football 2, 33 Basketbzl SUSAN ANN GOYER Art Club 3, -l: Hom-key 2, 3: 'Fubernu 33 Senior lllziy Cast 43 Volloy Bull Z, 33 Basketball 2. JOHANNA DUNIE National Honor Society RALPH BUCKNER Hi-Y, Vice-President 3, President 43 Skating Club 3, 4: Tram-k lg Trunk Manager 23 lntramurzil Sports 43 Softball 9 ll 2: Golf 3. 'Pom-Tom 2, 3, Copy Editor 43 U. Club 3, 43 Camera Club -- 12, Secretary 33 Student Council 43 Service Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Honor Pin 2, 3. ROY CHRISTIAN Beaumont High School. JUNE BEYER Student Council 1, Senior Play Cast 43 Opera Cust 2, 4. WENTWORTH WILDER, JR. MILDRED NEWMAN National Honor Society Truck 3, 43 Tribe 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Math Club 3, Vice- Presislent 43 Chemistry Club 23 Current Events Club 2. NANCY KELBAUGH WALTER ADDERTON Student Count-il 13 Rifle Club 2, Teum 3, 43 U Club 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 lllny Stuff 4. bull 2. JEROME CHODOROVSKY SARAH SCHUCART German Club 3, 43 Camera Club, Vice-llresident 33 Senior Soldzln High S47llll0lQ Football 23 Crafts Club Ll, 33 Intro.- murul Sports 2, 3, 43 Baseball 4. Baseball 33 Truck LZ, 33 Basket- Special Opera Chorus 43 XVanderlust Club 4. Goyer Buckner Beyer VVi1der Kelbaugh Chodorovsky Hampton Dunie Christian Newman Adflerton Schucart Page Twenty-three Pa ge Twenty-four CEL. IiIHi I SHIRLEE ANDREA RADLOFF Iiadminton 33 Horseback Riding 2, 4. J. DECK COX Christian Brothers College: Tom-Tom Staff 3, 43 Debating Club 43 Camera Club 33 Track 23 Basketball 2, 33 Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. CLARK SAMPSON HALL Camera Club 33 Dial Staff 3, 43 Tom-Tom Staff 43 Rifle Club 2, 33 Ping' Pong: Teani 3, 43 Track 23 Tennis 43 Intramural Sports 2, 33 Archery 2, 3. RUTH MARIE VOGLER Horseback Riding' 2, 3, 43 Service Club 43 Rille Club 3, 43 Math Club 4. MARIAN LEES WEBER National Honor Society Service Club 2, 3, 43 Tom-Tom Staff 3, 43 XVanderlust Club 43 Dial Staff 2, 33 Dial Editor 43 Student Council 4. THOMAS OTTO PATTERSON Dial Staff 3, 43 Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 French Club Treasurer 43 Ping' Pong 2, 33 Math Club 3, 43 Service Club 33 Hi-Y 43 B0y's Glcc Club 2, 3, 4. STANLEY L. BOXERMAN National Honor Society Honor Pin 2, 3: Student Council 43 Service Club 2, 33 'Pom-Tom Staff, Business Mgr. 3, Sports Editor 43 Math Club 43 Senior Play Production Staff 43 Dial Staff 3, 43 Varsity Track Team 2, 3, 43 Tribe 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2. ERNA LOUISE MUELLER Clayton High SCh00l1 German Club 2, 3, 43 Hockey 33 Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 2, 33 Volley Ball 2, 3. DORIS JANE DUSTIN Archery 33 Badminton 33 Ping Pong 33 Swimming 2, 3. LYNN F. BURNETT, JR. Crafts Club 23 Intramural Football 3, 4. JAMES F. JAE Roosevelt High School, Des Moines, lOvva3 Shortriilggi- High School, Indianapolis, llltllilhllj Hi-Y 3, 43 Opera Staif 3, 43 Track 3, ALICE MARIE GRADY Camera Club 43 Dial Staff 43 Opera Staff 4. mlm lHlHlY-NINl ANNABELLE PALKES Xrzlianul Honor Society 'l'oiu-'l'Om Steiff' 2, 3, Editor, l3I1si1II-ss Mzimiglfi' lg Gefviuziu Club l: National I'1Ol'CllSll' Loziguo 2, 3, PI'esi4lvut 43 Strut :Incl lfrol 2, l'I'usident 3, -13 Senior l'lzly Cust -'lg Studs,-nt Counmcil Vice-.President 4. Lois NADINE WILLINGIIAM Servicv Club 22, 3, lg Art Club 4. MARCELLA SCISSORS Solclun High Svlioolg flK!l'lllZll'1 Club 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Sorrol:ui'y 4: S4-rvice Club -lg 'l'ouI-Tum Stull' 41 Oporzl Stull' li Skating Club l. BILL BARNES National Honor Society Solslzmg Cliouiislry Club 3, Vice-l'i'csideIIt lc Stuclvnt Counvil, Vice-l'1'osirl0nt 43 lioys' Glow Club 43 Jlllle Sonim' Clziss, TI'0:lSllI'Cl' 4, Football 33 Trzufk 3. BARBARA JEANNE HILL xXv0Sll1Ol't Senior High, Kansas City, Mo., Soriology Club 43 Svnioi' Play, Cust 43 Swimming fl. ROBERT WEBBER Omzilizi Teclulirzll High School. NEIL STUECK Natioiml Honor Smyiefy 'l'0l'l'll 2, 33, 11 lixnnll 2, 3, 1: Hi-Y 3, lg 'l'0lll-'liiblll Stuff 2, 3, lfhliloi' -lg Studi-nt Kilbllllbll 41 Clu-uiislry Club IZ, 3, Prosicli-iit 45 'l'i':u-lc :Ind Gulf 2, 3, lg liiflo Club 2, 3, Gul'- muu Club 11. MARY GARLAND NIAACK A'Il1f0llftZ IIo21or Sm,-iety Germain Club 3, li Pzilotlu zinml Brush 2, 3, l'1'OsiIleI1t 413 Skating Club 2: ll Club 2, 3, 43 S4-nioi' l'l:iy Cust 42 Student Council lg Dizil Stuff -lg lloiuu' Pin 43 lIlll'Zlllll1l'Zll Sports 2, 3, L ROBERT F. THOMAS Cliomistry Club 35 .llZ1llll'lllIlll4'S Club H, -1. ELLEN ESTHER SILVERSTEIN AVL Club SCc'x'ct:u'y 3, 4: Slll'X'll't3 Club 2, 3, 43 lfroiis-li Club lg lfrvmili Play I3 Sonioi' l'lziy Stull' l. SAM PASS Bziskctbzlll 33 xYl'l'Sl1lHX' 2, 31 'l'1'2u'k 3, -lg lluuslbzill 2, Q lnlrauuurzil Sport:-2 2, 3, fl. DOLURES FLORENCE WAHI. Scrviw Club 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 31 lull-uniural Vollcy Brill 'J Palkes xvllllhghillll Svissors Stueck Maack Thonms Barnes Hill 'Webber Silvvrstein l':1ss Xvlllll Page Twenty-five Page Twenty-six fl. llllll EDWIN H. V. MOHME, JR. Current Evvnts Club 2, 33 Mutli Club 3, President 13 ltlillltbilll lllilllil5.1'l'I' 2, 33 Tribc 2, 3, -lg .lIlll'2lllllll'Lll Sports 3, 4. J ANEY WELCH Skating.: Club 21 thrrinzui Club 3, -lg Tom-Tom Stuff 4 Scvn-t:ir'y of Senior Class 4. ELEANOR ABBOTT lf Club 2, il, 'l'i'c-aisiirer -ig Gorman Club 3, -lg Tuborna 43 llurscfback liitling Varsity 2, 3, lg Hockey Varsity 2, 4. BOB MURPHY HARVEY AARON LEVY Tribe 2, 3, -l: lfuutbzill 2, 33 liziskotball 2, 33 Baseball 23 Intrzimural Sports 4. THELMA SHANFELD NORMA OBERMEYER lf Club 2, 3, Sovrutziry and Yivu-l'residcnt 11 Latin Club 2, il: German Club 3, -lg Chemistry Club S19ui'eta1'y 3, -13 'I':ib0rnzL 4. RALPH QUEAL Strut and Fret 2, 3, President 4: Senior Play Cust 4 Skating' Club 3, 4: Math Club 3: Chemistry Club 3: Gm' !Tl2l!1 Club 3, 43 lntrziuiurzil Sports 2, 3, 1: Student Prcsi dont. RICHARD P. VORNBROCK lffmtbzill 2, Math Club 33 Sm-iulugy Club fig llltl'ElI'Hl,1l'2ll llusketball 2, 3, 4. ANA LEE POTASHNICK Beaumont High Svlioolg Art Club 'lg Senior Play Stuff 4 l DORIS STONE Nation-al Honor Society Art Club 2, 3, Vll'C!-l3l'6SltTlCIll Bl: Chemistry Club 33 Liter- :nry l'reSirlOnt 1: 'l'Om-Toni Steiff 3, 4: Senior Play Staff 13 Ilonor Pins 2, 3, 4. SEMON K. FRELICH Hand 21 NYandOrlust Club 2: Senior Play Staff lg Chem istry Club 4, lntrzimurzil Softball Al. iweieew IHIHIY-NINi EI.EANoR KURTZ SYLVIA WEXLER Service Club 2, 33 Art Club 2, 3, 4, Trerisurer 4, Business Solmlzin High Srhool, Current Events Club 4, Senior Play Stuff of Senior Play fi 3 Dial Staff 4. Cast 4. CHARLES MATHEWS PAT PEDERSON Football 23 Track 2, 3, 4, Tribe 3, -ig Rifle Club 2. Nflffmlfll Honor S00i9f1l Rifle Club 2, Math Club 3, 4: Chemistry Club 3, Trea- surer 43 U Club 2, 3, Secretary 45 Honor Pin 2, 3: Taborna 3, 4, Intramural Sports and Inter-school Sports 2, 3, 4. NORMA PRANTE WILLIAM COLE German Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3. Track 2, Baseball 3, 4: lntraniurul Sports 2, 3, 43 Tribe 3, 4. JOHN LAVIN KATHERINE E. KRUEGER GERTRUDE SHANFELD HELEN MIDDLEMAN Tom-'I'onI Stuff, Sports Editor 43 ll Club 2, 3, Sergeant-ab Arms 4, Tort-li 4, Liath Club 3, 1: Servirc Club 4, Senior Play Stzlif -ig Intramurzil Sports 2, 3, 4. BILL CREEGAN LUCILLE LOUISE CAPOBIANCO Hoover High School, San Diego, California, Baseball 3. Band 2, 3, -ig Intramural Hockey 2. -lg Tribe 3, 43 Intramural Sports 3, 4. Kurtz Mathews Prante Lavin Shanfeld Creegan YVexler Pederson Cole Krueger Middleman Capobianco Page Twenty-seven Page Twenty-eight CCLQ HHH Xulionul Honor Society Servic-o Club 3, 13 Goiwuain Club 13 Riile Club ZZ, 3, 42 Honor Pins 2, 3, -lg Swimming fl, J EAN VERBARG STANLEY E. KAISEL National Honor Society Honor Pins 2, 33 Tom-Tom Stuff 2, 3, lg Radio Club, Prositlt-nt 3, -tg Math Club 3, -tg Chemistry Club 3, Scorc- tary lg Biology Club 2. MARY ELLEN STI-IVENSON ROSALIE BLASS Skating Club 2, 3, -i3 Litcrztry Club 43 Wunflerlust Club 2, 3, fl: 'Pom-Tom Staff 3, 4, ljzulminton 3, Ping Pong 3, Archery 3. SHIRLEY HELENA BOBEL Service Club 2, 3, ft, Gorman Club 3, fig Sociology Club 4, ROBERT E. HENSKE Riile Club 2, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4: Skating Club 2, 3 'Fruck 3. LORRAINE BLACKWELL l'. Club 2. 3, 43 Ss-nior llluy Staff -ig llorkey Varsity 2, 3, 'lg 'l'I'1li'k 2, 3, 'lg lntrzimurzil Basketball Ll. KATHLEEN LOIS TODD VIRGINIA BALLIETT National Honor Soriety Southwest High Kansas City Mo., Honor l'in 3, 4: Scr- vice Club Al, HllI'SC?l72lfCk Riding' Varsity 2, 3, 45 Tom-Tom 2, 3, Girls' Sports llltlitor fl, Copy Editor 4. JOHN 0,ROURKE Muliritlo lligh School: Track Rl. SHIRLEY LONDE XY:m1lurlust 2, 3, 'lp Orchestra 14, 3, 4. NATE POLINSKY XYostvrn Military Acfzulcnlyg lntrztmuiwfll Sports 3, 4. mlm lHIlllY-NlNl ROBERT E. SPEAR SHIRLEY YOUNG National llonor Society Track 2, 3, -13 Gczriiuui Club 2, 3, lg Draiuutil- Club 2, 3, lg Hops' Glee Club 3, lg Cllemistry Club 33 Opera Cast 2, 4, Slullcnt P1'I:sillI-In -lg Student Council 3, -lg Tribe Z. 3, 4. DORIS DEL GREENSPON BOB HORWITZ XYgInd4-rlust Club 23 Skilling Club 2, Suldun Higllg Sorvivo Club -13 Currcnt Events Club 43 l:2lSlX'b2lll 3, lg lntraniurul Sports ' ' MARVIN ANDREVVS JANE ELEANOR TRAMPE Scciwicfe Club 2, 3, lg f,lCI'lllL1Il Club 3, -lg Riding Club 2: Student Cuunvil 43 Opera Staff, lliul Staff -lg Business AI2lI1l1gCI'. BEVERLY PAIGE LEIDNER RAYMOND NEHMEN Scrviu- Club 4. Palette anal llrush 3, Curl-Ont Events Club 2, lmrzinuiral XVI'estling 3. MARY PHYLLIS CHANGNON ANITA GOODMAN Sho,-1,-mg-0 lligh S,-11001, lndilmglpqlig Indiana, XV21l'ldCY'1llS-I Club 33 Sci'vir'c Club -lg Vullvy Bull Varsity 3. ADA BEE GROSBERG MARLIN B. LIERERSTEIN Tom-'l'onI Staff 2, 3, -lg Skating Club 2, 3, 4: Mulh Club -Vfbliollffl Ilvfwr Sfwivfy 33 'I':Ibc-I-Im 43 Senior Play Stull' -lg HOI'seb:u'k Killing 3. gp,-ing-figlll, MU., 501-,ioy jljgh Spear Greenspnn Andrews Loirlnvr Cluingnon Young Horwitz Trzllupe Neluucu Lloollnian lI1'nsbO1'g: Licbcrstcin Page Twenfy-nine Page Thirty The HHH I RAYMOND GRANGER Gorman Club 2: 'I'r:u-k 2, 3, Football 23 Baseball 43 In- traimurul Sports 2, 3, 4. HELEN WICIIMAN LUCY LOU FREE Soliliin Highg La .Iollzt High, California. STANLEY J. ZAMBRUSKI VVilliam Cullon Mvliride High School, Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, -ig Tribe 45 Golf 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3. JACK H. GODLOVE Rifle Club 123 Opera Stuff 2, 3, 45 Service Club 4: Hi-Y 4, liizxl Staff 4. BERNICE KOSLOW Mexico High Scfhoolg Literary Club 43 Strut and Frat 3, 43 Tom-'l'um Stuff 3, 45 Honor Pin 3, NAOM1 RUTH LEONSON Senior High School, Phoenix, Ariz.: Current Events Club 3, Prrsitlont 43 Literary Club 43 Service Club 3, 43 Skat- ing: 3, lg Horsebnvk Riding 3, 4, Honor Pin 3. CHARLES EUGENE MCBRIDE Football 21 'Frm-k 2, 3, 4, Tribe 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. HARRY STEINER ELIZABETH ANN INGHAM U. Plub 2, 3, -lg Tnbcrna 33 Current Events Club 4. Nature Club 33 I':1le1te and Brush 41 Czlnit-1'a Club 43 Hoc-key Varsity 2, lg Sociology Club 4: lIlll'!1lIllll'E1l Sports ., ., -, -J. SHIRLEY GOLDIN Art Ulub 2, Vic-C-l'rosiilOnt 3, President -1: Sorvivo Club 41 Wzinilvrlust Club, Vive-l'r'e-simlent 3, 43 Dial Stull 45 Tom- Tom Staff 4. BOB ZATLIN Rifle Club 23 lntr:1mur:Ll Sports 3, 4. fifneleen iHIHiY-NINl EDYVARD P. HARDIN, JR. JANET TOMPKINS Math Club IZ, XYlCQ-l'I'l'SlllCllt I. Sliflllllfl Club 2, 71, 1 g Service Club 2, 3 SYLVIA ROSE SHANFELD ROGER E. KRAMER Xtlfioiml Ilmzm' Sociciy Christian l'!1'Otlim's Cullegeg lizulio Club 3, SQvretLu'y-T1'0L1- 'l'Om-'l'Om Slciff 2, 3, lg llizil Stuff 12, 3, ll: Honor Pin SUV'-'V H1141 X1f'9"l""'SlllCHt 41 011111 Club 4- Group 2, 3, lg XYz1nmlerlusl Club Ii, 3, -lg Latin Club 3, 3, lg Ser'x'ic'e Club -lg Current Events Club 4, RUTH SHORE JEAN RINDSKOPF Service Club lg Seniur l'l:1y Staff lg Opera Stull I. Sa-rx'i4-e Club 3, 11 Skating' Club Il, 33 Literary Club ilg XYz1nslvrluSt Club 3, Vice-President l. REGINA LIPCIN JOHN RAMSEY Math Club 3, lg Lifemry Club lg lT, Club 2, il, lg lbizll XYOSI Plains, Missouri: Boys' Give Club 2, 3, -lg Tom-Toni Stull lg 'l'm!l'l'll lg Selviur Club lg ilmfkey ,lg Ilziskelbzlll Stull' 31, lg SO:-iulugy Club li lnlrzxmural Sports 3, 4. 2, 3, lg Vulln-5' Ball 2, Zig llzisebzxll 2, Iig llonor Pins 2, 3, lg Senior l'l:1y Stuff ll. LOUIS PUIGLLMAN MARCELLA HARVEY Football 2, Il, lg Busebull 2, 3, lg 'Fribv IZ, 4: Hi-Y -l. St. Alplwnsus lliuvkl High Svhmxlg Latin Club il, -lg Bail- minlou lg Soriulugry Club, SCl'l'L'l!lVY-7fl'C2lSllI'l'l' -lg .Xrcliery 'J J. JANE KATHRYN MARKS BILL DADY Junior Tuy Shop Guild 2, Clwiuislry Club lg Tennis Zig Tribe 3, 4' Trzwk 3, 4, 1-lard in, Jr. Shanfeld Shore Tlipcin Puellnm n Tompkins Kramer Rinilskopf Ramsey Harvey Marks Lindy Page Thi0'ty-one l Page Thirty-two CCDLQ IlIHl RICHARD C. DANGERFIELD Xulimzul Honor Society Honor Pin 3: Skating Club, Sccretai-y-TrcaSurcr 43 Rifle Club 2: Tribe 3, 43 Hi-Y il: Track 2, 3, lg lIlU'2ll'llLll'P1l 'l'vnniS 2: Golf 23 Baseball 2. VIRGINIA T. KLARSCH Service Club 2, 33 Baseball 33 Ping' Pong 33 Archery 3. JACK MELETIO 'Fravk 2, 3, 4, Tribe 2, 3, -lg Dial Staff 43 Football 23 lII1l'anuIral Sports 2, -1. RALPH C. MORRISON Oakland High Sr-bool, California: Franklin High SOhOOl, Oregon, Grant High School, Oregon, Football 3, 4. DOROTHY JEAN IRWIN Camora Club 2, 33 Rifle Club 2: Skating Club 43 Horse- bac-li Killing -lg Cliomistry Club 3. ROSE DOROTHY NOTT French Club '13 xVilIl1ll!l'lllSt Club 43 Hand 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2. WYMETTA ELLIOTT FRANK BURNS BILL BLELOCK Student Council, S0I'g'I-ant-at-Arnis 3, 4, Tribe 2, Secre- tary, Treasurer 3, 43 Service Club 21 Boys' Glec Club 3. 1 3 Ilial Staff 43 Football 2, 3, 41 Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, ll, 4, Intramural Boxing 2, 3, 4. BETTY LEE RICE HOrS0bac-k Riding' 2. JEAN ISABEL GROSS Survive Club 2, 3, 4, Skatim: Club 3, 4. HERBERT CUMMINGS Opera 2: Art Club 41 Math Club -lg Hi-Y 4. imim iHIIiiY-NINi MARCELLA HUCK FRANK BISCHOFF, JR. Hi-Y 2, 33 Skating' Club 2, 33 Opera Staff 2, 3, 4. SHILAH PORTNOY National Honor Society NVanclerlust Club 3, Secretary-'I're:1surer and President 43 Service Club 2, 3, -I3 Sociology Club Public-ity Agent 43 Senior Play Cast lj Honor Pins 2, 33 Tom-'l'Om Staff 43 Dial Stuff 13 Intramural Sports 2: Squad Leader 3, 4. FRANK R. GARLAND Student Council 3, -1 3 Hi-Y 23 Intramural Tennis 33 Tribe 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Basketball 23 Football 2. PEARL STERNECK National Honor Society National lforensit' League 2, 33 Student Count-il 43 Strut and Fret 3, 43 I' Club 3, -13 lntersc-hool and Intrarnurzil Sports 2, 3, 43 llonor Pin 2, 3, 43 Senior Play Cast 43 'l'om-Tom Staff 43 Senior Class Vice-President 4. RAY N. TUTTLE Travk 2, 3, 43 Bowl 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Football 2, 3. THEODORE R. BASHKOW Honor Pin 3, 43 Chemistry Club, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Toni-Toni Staff 3, 43 Math Club 3, 43 Radio Club 33 Senior Play Staff -13 lntraniurul Sports 2, 3. CELIA GORNEK Servit-e Club 2, 3, -43 Senior Play Staff 43 Opera Staff -1: Bowling' Varsity 43 Archery 43 Ping Pong -lg Volley Ball 3. ELIZABETH J. ADZICK MAURITA ESTES National Honor Society Current Events Club, Vice-Presiderit 43 U Club 3, 41 Servire Club 43 Skating' Club 2, 3, 43 Swimming 2, 4. ASHLEY S. FOSTER Skating' Club 3, -13 Hi-Y 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Senior Play Business Stuff -L JULIE1' GLADSTONE Servirt- Club 2, 3, 4. Huck Bischoff Garland Bashkow Portnoy Sterneck Tuttle Adzick Foster Gornek Estes Gladstone Page Thirty-three Page Thirty-fou'r VCL.. l1lHl I THOMAS MANNING Chemistry Club 33 Tennis Team 3, 43 Golf 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. LORRAINE D. FOX Current Events Club 4. SUZANNE MEDART Servivo Club 23 Skating Club 23 Swimming 33 Hockey 2. BOB KIRK EDWIN O. MILLER Germain Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Glen Club 43 Student Council 43 Strut und Fret 2, 3, 43 Opnrzt Staff 43 lntrzunural Sports 2. ARLENE RUTH KNABE Hand 2, Zi, -13 Riding' Club 23 Skating Club 3, 43 Valley Hall Club -13 Swimrning' 2. ROSALIND COOK Service Club 2, 3, 43 Skating Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 3, President 43 Mztth Club 43 Current Events Club 43 Horst-b:1c'k Riding 2, 3, 4: VV:Inclerlust Club 43 Ilzilin Club 2. OTTO J. BECKER Rifle Club 2, 33 Math Club 43 Tribe 3, 43 IntI':l,InurzIl Sports 2, 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 43 Truck 2. ALVIN C. ZACHARIAS Rina Club 2, 3. KATHRYN LOUISE MEYER National Honor Society Latin Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 VV:1nder1ust Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Rifle Club 43 Service Club 43 Horsebzirk Rid- ing 2, 3, 43 Honor Pins 33 Swimming 3. MILDRED MUELLER Gerinem Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Band 43 U Club 4. MARLOWVE ALLEN PHILLIPS Badminton Team 2, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Handball 2, 3, 43 NVl'estling.:' 2, 3, 43 Intrzxmurzll Sports 2, 3, 4. iwefeew IRMGILD WARMBER ROBERT K. KLIMT Nflffvufll 1I0u0rS01f1eiy Hi-Y -15 Truck 3, 45 German Club 45 Intramural Sports January, 19395 Dune-ing Chorus, Operettzt 45 German Club 2, 31 Serlilll' l'12l3' Pl'O1ll1f'liOI1 Staff 4. 2, 3, President 45 Service Club 3, 45 Swimming 35 Senior Class Secretary. GEORGE NELSON BETTY JANE HELFRICK Canierzt Club 35 Tribe 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 35 German Club 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 U Club 3, 45 Baseball 45 lntrumurzil Sports 2, 3, Softball Varsity 2, 35 Wanderlust Club 2, 35 Service Club 3, 45 Intramural Hockey 3. CELESTE GOLDWASSER IRWIN MOLDAFSKY Opera Chorus 4, Football 2, 3, 45 Tribe 4. LEROY H. LETTS GEORGIA LEE WOOLEY Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Student Council Hi-Y lg lntramurzil Sports 2, 3, 4. 3, 15 Opera Staff 2, 3, -15 Dial Staff 4 PATRICIA MARIE DICKIE ANNABELI. CHARMION JONES SOlll2lIl, Il Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45 NUHOPWI HUPU17' Svvicfy Dizil Smit, Circulation Mgr. -lg Skating Club 2, Secretary- Hfmm- Ping 3, 3, 45 H01-Scbagk lliding 29 SU-ut and F1-gt Trsasllrcr' 3, 1'l'0Si4l0llt 4: Baseball Varsity 2: Sociology 2, 3, 45 Cunwrzl Club 35 Litei-in-y Club 45 French Club. Club 4. Secretary 3, President 45 'Dom-Tom Staff 2, 3, Exchange Editor 45 Cust, Frenfch l'lzLy 4. ARTHUR B. HERMELIN CHARLOTTE FRANCES BATT Chemistry Club 35 Intramural Tennis 2, 35 Golf 2, 3, 45 Servive Club 2, 3, 45 Opera. Stuff 45 Tom-Tom Staff 45 Archery 2. Tuberna 4. VVarmber Nelson Goldwasser Letts Dickie Klimt Helfrick Moldafsky Wooley Jones Hermelin Batt Page Thirty-five Page Thirty-six fm mi EDGAR A. GREVE Rifle Vlub 2, 3, Sorric-0 Ulub 23 'l'o1n-Tom Stuff 11 Skat- ing' Vlub 2, 3, -13 Upurzi Business Stuff -13 Cznmrrzi Club 23 1Illl'2illllll'2ll Sports 2, 3, 4, Senior l'l:iy Staff -l. JANE SHARP BARBARA JONES Nurtimml Honor Sm-inty Honor Vins 2, 3, 1: French Club, Secretary -lg Service Flub 3: Vast, Frvnc-li Play -1. NORMAN E. RITTER Ulayton High School, 4:t'I'lll2lIl Club 3, -I. VICTOR KIEFFER Band 2, 3, 43 Orc'lwstr:1 2, 3, 13 XVr'esiling:,' 2, 33 Intru- niurzml 'l'l'21i'k 3. BETTY JANE WALLS 'Fzibornzi lg Art Club ig Som-iology Ulub 13 Buskctbzlll 3 33 Ilockvy 2, 3, 4, Volh-y lizlll 2, 3, 'ig l:IlSCbIl,11 2, 3. SOPHIE SHEINBLATT Sohlann Iligh School. JACK S. DONNAUD Svursdulv High School: lloys' Glen: Flub 2, 3, 41 'I'r:l4'k 3 Football 23 lntramurzil 3, Opera Iiusinc-ss Staff 3, 4, HERNIAN NEAL KRANZBERG Blcwolt High School, Baseball 3, fl, Rnsketbzill 35 Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. x JUNE LOUISE STEIN Sorvim-0 Club 12, 33 Fra-na-h Plub 43 Frvnc'l1 Play 4, Sonic lllzly Stuff Al. DOLORES CUNNINGHAM lJi:ll Stuff 3, 43 Servim-O Club 4, llzulminton Varsity 4. SIGMOND SEELIG, JR. .Vafimml Ilonm' Society Football 2, 3: Busezbzill 2, 3, 43 Trilw -1: German Club 3 43 Tom-Tom Staff 3, fig Ss-nior Play Frist 43 Honor Pin -13 Intraumwul Sports 2, 3, 4. Bl 'l1flQlQQVl VIRGINIA FARRINGTON XlYL1llfl0I'lllSl Club 23 Geriiizin Club I3 Girls' lllec- Club 4: Service Club 2, 3, 4. MORTON J. GELB Torn-Tom Business Staff 43 Bunml 2: Crafts Club 4: Nu- Iure Club 33 Footbull 2, 33 Baseball 43 lntrzuuurul Sports 3, 43 Basketball 4. SHIRLEY JEAN GOLD Horsebziuk Hiding 222 Sc-nior Play 43 Opera Cust 4. BOB EISEMAN liifle Club 23 Football 2, 3 JAMES CALDWELL FUNK Boys' Glue Club 4: Student Counvil 3, 43 Tribe 2, 3, Presi- tlent 43 liuseball 2, 3, 4, Brisketbzill 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3, 4. MURIEL SPITZBURG lHlHlY-NINl HAROLD GREEN Nrllifmul llmwr Society Honor Pins 3, 4: Literary Club, Sevrvtziry 43 Survive Club lg l-'renvlm l'l:Iy 3, 43 lfreneh Club, Trezxsurer 3, Vieew Presiflvnt I3 National Iforensie liezigue 23 Boys' Glee Club 3, 43 Delegate to Second Annual Student Assembly of MO. ROSE ERLICH SIDNEY SHEAR 'Frzick M:In:11.:er 2, 3, 4: Craft Club 3, 43 Tribe 2, 3, 43 lntrzimurul lizisketbzlll 3, 4. HELEN JANE MYERS Rifle Club 2, 3, -li .ll'ltl'Zlllllll'ill Sports 2, .J PHYLLIS HARRIET TZINBERG Junior Toy Shop Guild 23 llmnintit- Club 3, 43 Il'Ill'1ll'l1llI'3l Sports 2, 3, 4. BETTY NIEDRINGHAUS 'Paberna 3, 43 Camera Club 23 Rifle Club 3, 43 Service Club 3, 4. Farrington Gelb Gold Green Erlich Shear Eiseman Funk Spitzburg Myers Tzinberg Niedringhaus Page Thirty-seven Page Thirty-eight CCDLQ HIHl DOROTHY KALTERMAN FRED CLAUSER Rifle Club 2, Treasurer 3, 43 Rifle Temn 2, 3, Captain -1 Boys' Glce Club 3, 43 Dial Staff 33 Toni-Tum S Ili-Y 4. JOE E. BURCH Nrltirnml Honor Society Honor Pin 33 Senior Play Stuff 43 Student Counvil 43 June Class President 43 Tribe 2, 3, 43 Football 23 'Franck 2 3 4 v v'- NANCY ELISE PATJENS l'h.ilaclelphia, Pennsylvzinizi High Selioul3 XVilm nols. EVELYN V. LACY Baseball 2, 43 Dial Staff 43 Servic-e Club 23 H04-key 2. TED L1EB1G taff 3, 4 ette, Illi Football 2, 3, 43 Boxing 2, 3, 43 XVrestling 2, 33 Tribe 9 Viee-President 3, 43 Hi-Y 43 Track 2. HERBERT S. RUHE Chemistry Club 23 German Club 2, Secretary 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 French Play 3, 43 Current Events Club 43 Sociology Vice-l'resident 43 Honor Pins 3, 43 Delegate to Annual Student Assembly of Missouri. SHIRLEY HOFFMAN Strut and Fret 3, 43 Senior Play 43 Horseback MARY FRANCES HUGHEY Horsebac-k Riding 43 Skating Club 43 Service Club 43 Volley Hull 43 Swimming 4, FRANK MORLEY STANLEY PAILAS National Forensic League 43 Math Club 43 Chemistry Club 33 Intramural Sports 4. CHARLOTTE LADINSKY Riding 3 'L'VLQtQQVl DONALD HORN MARJORIE JUNE ARMITAGE Baseball 2, 3, 43 Rifle Club 4, Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. German Club 3, Secretary-'l'reasurer 43 Chemistry Club 33 Horseback Riding 4: Skating Club 2, 3, 45 Taberna 35 Bowling' 3, 43 Volley Ball 4. DORRIS MUELLER BERNARD KOLKER German Club 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 3. Radio Club 4a Baseball 2, 43 Track 33 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. MILLARD KRISMAN HELEN MAE MOORE Band 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Palette and Brush 2, 4. Service Club 43 Intramural Sports 2. IRENE ROSENBAUM JOHN E. GILLIAM VVanderlust Club 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 2, 33 Latin Club, Sergeant-at-Arrns 2, President 3, 4: Math Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 2, 3, President 43 Track 2. f RUTH FEIGENBAUM VIRGINIA FRAUENTHAL Camera Club 43 Art Club 4. BETTY ANN OHLWEILER NICK DAVENPORT German Club 4: Latin Club 3, 4: VVanderlust Club 2, 3, St. Louis University High School: Service Club 3, 4: 45 Horseback Riding 35 Service Club 4, Basketball 23 Track 49 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Horn Mueller Krisman Rosenbaum Feigenbn um Armitage Kolker Moore Gilliam Frauenthal Ohlweiler Davenport Page Thirty-nine Page Forty The HIHl I MARGARET WARE National Honor Society llismurck High School. EUGENE WEINSTEIN ANN WALTER Girls' Rifle Club 2, 33 Tabornzi 3, 4 Sc-Ivite Liu Horseback Riding 43 Archery 3. BOB HULTGREN Opera Cust 2, 3, 43 Gcrinan Club 2 Sergeant Lt Ming 3 President 43 Glec Club 2, 3 4 Strut and 14 2 V1 Pmsiilont 3, 4. DAVID MOULTON lfootbzill 23 Basketball 2, 3: Track 2 lntramural Sports 2, 3, 4. AUDREY ARNDT National Honor Society Honor Pin 2, 3, 11: Horsebank Ruling., 2 Stiut 'ind PI t 2, Score-IaI'y 3, 43 Service Club 2 S 4 C ast Sen Plwv Student Council, Sec-rotary 4 Tom Pom 2 Editoiml Assistant 43 Literary Club, TIITSLIICI 4 Math Clu Secretzlry-'I'I'easur'eI' 4. MARION LAGERQUIST THERESA PICOLLO Current Events Club Si:I'I'et4Iy 4 I tm Club 2 3 4 Tom-Tom Staff 3, 43 Dial Staff 4 Honor Pm 4 beivife Club 4. DAVID H. THOMAS Radio Club 2, 33 Camera Club 2, 3, H 1 4 D1.Il S 3, 4. meleew lHlHlY-NINl RALPH J. SHERBERG MARION L. WYMAN Soldzin High School, Glue Club 43 Intramural Softball 3. Tabernu 3, 4: U. Club 3, Vice-President and President 42 Girls' Chemistry Club 3. Lo RAINE BERTRAM RICHARD H. PALEY Current Events Club 3, 43 Sociology Club 4: Service Club Senior Play Staff 43 Golf Team 35 Intramural Sports 2, 43 Dial Business Staff 4, Hockey 23 Baseball 2. 3, 4. BILL WELLS ADELAIDE N. BOWMAN 'l'r:u-k 2, 3, 4, Football 2: Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, Girls' Rifle Club 2, 4. 45 Tribe 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2. MARILYN HODEL ROBERT L. CARTER, JR. Senior Play Business Stuff 4: Dial Staff 3, 43 Student Council 3, Treasurer 43 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 43 Football 2. STANLEY STRAUSS MARY VIRGINIA HILBIER NVestern Military Academy. Survive Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Dial Staff 4: Student Council 4, JEAN AYRES JOHN E. CONRADES Roosevelt High School, Golf Team 23 Service Club 3, 42 Rifle Club 3, President 45 Rifle Team 3, 45 Intramural Sports 3, 45 Track 4. Sherberg Bertram Wells Hodel Strauss Ayres W yman Paley Bowman Carter Hilmer Conrades Page Forty-one Page Forty-two The HlHl I JANUARY SENIORS JOHN ADZICK BETTIE BOGGIANO LEON COHEN RUTH EADS MILFORD FELDMAN ARTHUR GOODMAN J ULIANNE GRAFEMAN RUTH KOSECK HAROLD LINK MILDRED NEWMAN JEANNE RITCHAY VERA RUCKMAN DOUGLASS STRAUSS VERA THOMURE LAVERNE TRAUTH CHRIS VLEMMAS MARIE WILDINGER SHIRLEY YOUNG NATHAN ZEID JUNE AARON AUERBACH BILL BAXENDALE FRANCES EBBERT SYLVESTER GOLDMAN JACK GROSSMAN DON HAWKEN ROGER HEIDENRICH BERNARD HIMELES SENIORS HELEN HOLLABAUGH ROBERT INGE NANCYE LANDAU GEORGE MLTELLER HELEN NOCE EARL RUSSELL FRANCES URCH FRANCES SPEER LILLIAN WITHINGTON I IN MEMORIAM RICHARD TAYLOR ROZELLE MORGANSTERN died March 2, 1939 died August 26, 1938 aimim iHIHlY-NINi Class 0 January, 1940 .Tune Bates Mnlvolin liluieh liulpli Illumberg Adeline l':l'Illlll!lll1 Donald llrziun John Brown June Browne Aldo Drunk Arthur' Joe Bush Marian Furlie Herbert Carp llill Conner Dorothy Conner Betty Donaldson Shirley Dnrfmont Ninian Edward Virginia Edwards Gus Eisenhart Iii-rnnrd Ellis lllurjorie Ann Enibshoff .Jenn Ellen Foiriln-i'g llob Fetner Arthur Fletcher Ann Frederiekson Mis-hael Freeman Sherwin Ginsberg Louis Gloor XY:iyne Goilub Ralph Hart Herbert Helzler David Honigberg Daniel Karty Anitn Katz Virginia Kl'llIl21H Sam King Russell Latshaw Eugene Levitt Evelyn Lite Byron Logan Bob Maloney Dorothy Mnie Malloy James Melntyre Eddie Mengw-s Alive Miller Nell Elizabeth Miller Frank Morley Louise Moulton Morgan Murphy Robert Murphy Gene Pattiz .Y James Pendleton Lester Pearl Doris Plank Dorothy Plank .Iohn Rawlings Robert Rawlings Jearline Reeves Libby Reiss Bernard Robinson David Robinson Stanley Rosen Howard Rosinsky Sylvia Rubenstein Philip Sabin Sam Salniker Drusilla Smith Lois Jane Smith Ralph Smith liiullard Smith Sylvia Smith Esther Snider llennie Snider Richard Sterneeker Harold Thomas Irene Trauss Page Forty-three lass 0 June, 1940 ffl... lIHl l Tom Adams Helen Alrneling' Hill Andrews Elaine- Andrews lieltiv Ann Amxvr Iflcvn,-rly Arniilagc ,Xl Alifrirlitig' Hob .Xusbeck lmrotliy llaglv-y Ilrcnnan Bailvy Mary llllizahvth Hanks llelvn l:ill'l'llfl'l5 Rolmfrt I-Earron .lm-an Hass Ilavid Iiauman Louis llayer Norman Beck .lim Dork Dorothy Rm'-km' l'0g'sg5' l'30llvillc: Betty llcfnnett Eva lin-rger Ira lllnnm llllizabc-th Roles .lunar Huston llottyv Iflrazzoll Jayme lirirlgrs Mary .lane Brinkman Marilyn Hrodkvy lim-is lirown Naomi llrown NVaym- liucknvr Taylor Uastlnn Reid Phappell .lvaiinv Cohen Naomi Fohn Sllll'lflj' Fohn Ilill Cope liussvll Court Elizalwtli Crisp Ethel llannenmauir Mae .lm-an Dawab XVallur lbmzin .lark llfsrnpsuy llorris lloll Hill llubbs Uarroll l5unning.:' Robnrt Early Sylvia Edwards .lunv Fllrlm' Page l"o'rty-four lNIarf.:ar0t Els liill Evans lflilvz-n Farrar Hvna Feist:-in Shirln-5' Finke-l .lusi-ph Fillc-r Ora l4'l6lSC'llt'l' .lark Fogle Cliarlm-S Frauvis .Xll4lI'1'5' Fruvlitc Hall- flfiilivs Mark Gale lim-vs-rly Garrvtt flarvtli Gish Miriam Glmin .luv 11101111 Paul tloodalc li:-lliannc Gorham Ruland Govo xY2lI'l'Q'Il Gl'2ly:40Il lhwnlliy Griro Maplv Griggs Marian Grimm Juan fll'lll'll1llPI' llill Guest Hvlvn Hall Billy llammill Iwo Hartman Jann-s Harvvy Lorraine Haskvlson Aiulrm' Hallun llornlliy Helm .lvan Hermes Ann Honniplan .lf-annex HG-nskv lYalkvr Hill .lanivo Leo lliltz lflslliur Hoffman l'vgg.:'y Hornf-r Bob llusttei Elizahvtli Huglws T'atriria Huglivs NYvsl0y Jenkins lie-wry .lonvs Gvurgria Kampvlman Jim Ki-ndall limb Klagman Pauline Klf?lIll2lH XVallac'e Klvin Elizabeth Kirk Allan Iqllllbl? .lrlonv Knoppor Uharlvs Km-li .lnne Knlr-n Muriel Knlkm' Shirley Knrnblum Albert Krvrris Lllarjoris- Ann Lars lflugm-nv l,1-ntzvr l'hilip Ia'-pmx'it1'l1 Naomi lA'YlllC' lin-unard lmvy .lark la-wis Natalim- Lipvin Ilun Main Jam- Manning Alarvin Alarrus llvrnard Marlin Hub Martin .lanilh Maxwell ,lim Milla-r lllrlith Millman ldvvlyn Millnvr xvllllillll Moore Juanita Alimreliffzid Arthur Mum-ller' .Xlarria Nudnlman XYillard Oronsluin lim-tty Osborne XYaltOr Osvlaml .Xlvx Oziransky lllarl Pvziwv Tummy llim-karcl Marjorie Pivkel Mary Elizrihnth l'ul Isahcllv llopkins .lane Powvrs Tummy I'r0hish V1-rnon l'i-igxgo l'1lhOl Prinstcr ,lark Punrh llldwarfl Quirk tic-raldino Rao Edith Rive .lark Ri:-0 Robert Host? Ruth Rose l'lllS,'OHP Rusvnblomn .Ivan Ross Sidnvy Rubin U11 Ill' Gerald Ruckman Irwin Rudman Herhvrl Sachs llinruln Samlvrs Ricfliard Schick .lark Svhlenk Narnia Schneider Paul Srhnitzer Luc-illv Sn-hoonfvld Nlortmi S1-hwariz lfrwl S1-igul lioh Shuppard liilly Shfirman Celeste Shc-rman Roy Silvvrblatt Marion Silverstvin l'vl'?llll'4'H Sislvr Caryl Smith Uharlnttn Smith Hob Snknl llvginzi Sfikolik lfrfrfl Spingrelman Mzwimi Spioldm-h lion Springgaio Ray Slalvy liernic-re Stein .lure Slivkley Kent Sluffel Ruth Sullivan Sylvia 'l'ahac'hnim'k llutty Taylor .Ivan Thomas XValtnr 'Prauth Melvin NV0iSs .lack NVQ-iss llvtty Ann XYif-bo Emily XYilkins Iiotty XVilkinson Dorothy NYitl1im.:'lon llilly xXYllll9l'lPZ1fl .loan XVhiieh0ad Ilorolhy NV0erhrid0 Kathi-rinv XYulfn- .lnhn NV0lff lVy0t lVfiods lissio Yatvs Marvyn Yawitz Bert Young llldwanl ZlH'lITlf'l'l1lZll'lll iVlQtQQ'VL IHIHIY-NINI Class of lmzumfy, 194.11 .Imnn Alxlmll, Iilimlu .XILI-r Iiuln-rt, Ilzxgby I'zx1'l Iizlllivll 'I'mn L34-:uwl Iiuynimnl Ili-rlivi' XK':lr1Iiz1 III-ll I,ilIi:1n Ili-rg' Shirlney I,i-si Ih-rkin AI1lllI'il'l' In-rnsti-in Sliirlvy lllm-k .Iiin lHlil!It'llI'l'lti .X. XY. llmikvi' ,Xmirvy Ihnnivtt Milburn Ilrnnks .Izwk Iiurm-IL Ilurrivt Uzinipbell Iumlilh X lllillllil Cui .XI'llIllI' t':npnI1i:ui4-U .' - nm K'IimIm'ox'slix I sql XYilI,ner f',lI'iSTO1llH'I Maxine Ulvlxic-rits Mnxinc Vullins .luiin Crist tlrzwf- Iizuly lfllSl'IH2ll'j' Imvis I"ilrivi'L Imvle .Xlnmr Ininliuni i .Inhn Iiiigvl liiipgm-lie lfvhl K1-nnvlh Ifi-np: flwil'g.1'4e I"i:xl:L H11 l"l0Wm'I's Shirlvy Mm' Fux III-llv l"I'v'l'IIl1lIl SPXIIIUIII' 1211111 Sylvia flurhi-r llurmrlhy' fliildflll Luis flilwurtil Irwin lllzlzvr .lzwk llulelnmn llurlun Gulmlsli-in Hzlrulil tlolllsl Ilwiiqqi- tlrxiliuxx' Arthur Lin--Iilzm-1' 4'Ii:mrIvs Hzxil Virginia lflrunptun ,Xlivv lmuisv II:1yw:i XVI-isslvr ll1'illI'il'il .Invk Ileism-r lmxwlliy H1-nni-r l':1l Ilinrln-5' Ann llofniznnn IIvi'1i'1i4Ic IIUIIZNIZIII Lynn Houl1lrvn Rui Inge Ihmlw Kziufniznn Anson Kluulwr Anim Julius .Iriy Kim-in M1-Ixin Kulkvr Sumuxiiw Iiuuglv Ruth Krzunn-r Glurizn l4ilSkl'l' Ilrnrry IAZIZIIVIIS l:JlI'iJIII'Il L1-igll Emlwin Imwis Juni- I,ibr:uc'Ii IIvI1n Iiivinwslviii Alzuln-lin Mziimin-5' Hi'lll'il'iTJl .Xlzxnknfsky .Xlvrrilnun Mzlrmin Ilnrry .Xlzirtin Isxmlwlli- LIIIVX Iiim-Ia Mn-rsnmn Eliriim- F. Milli'-1' IIiII .Xlurluy Simlnvy Nm-Iinirn III-nrivllzi Nuilvlnirrn Milnirm-Il Uri-nsivin .Il'IllI IN-ppiiikl Ihftty Imlk .XI:1l'sIi:1ll Powmfll Ilxxwriilulyii I'mw-i's 4l1ori:I 'filth Iivrnirv Iizlbin licu Iii-I-lit ICIIQ-n lim-in-hninn Ii:1y1mvnsI Iivinill Hugn H1-innll 1il'4lX'L'I' Rubb ,Xnnm-llv IiOil1'l1Ill'I'Fl' I+Ix'wr'1-it liopvr .lzlliv linsvll Iiliwln Iiuseiilwimr' lin-llv Iiuutniun Morris St'hi11llllk'l lmris Svlirinipi' Stzuilvy Svliim-siiigw-1 4I1m'i:1 Sm-Innidl Ida S1-Iirciiier Iloimtliy SIIKEVIIIQIII Irvin Shure l':iu1 Sim-inert Iimliivy Sinnnuns lsnbvl Siinon Iizilfnur Slnnin .lzlquvlinu Sukul lllorizi Sim-in .I0i'ry Sim-iiibewg .lllflllilil 'I'uw11smiII XYAIII-1' 'l'r1lulI1 Iiill 'l'rinn:in tivorge- 'l'LlI'I1l'l' Ilwzxtriw- 'I'ui'shin Hrlrry XY:1lts XYilli:11n XVPinss'lik0 I.i1li:1n Wielzlnskp Iwo XYilsun l'1Stlll'I' XYNH Inu I,w- Yuung: Mzirilyn Zu:-Iiriiz Page Forty-five Class 0 June, 1941 The iIlHi f Georgia Adzick Charlotte Alper Don Apple Bob Appleby Betty Austin Joe Avellone Charles Bach Dave liachman Bob Baker John Barbieri Vivian liarriere Margery Batt Bill Becker Guy Bigelow Patricia Iioek Nant-y Iiokern Robert Hoquett Lorraine Borrson Eileen Brasier VVarren Brodsky Marshall Brooks Ed Brownstein Lourell Campbell Malcolm Chandler Lillian Christensen Jim Clark Ruth Coe Carol Cohen Gloria Cohen Lester Cohen Roberta Cohen June Conner XYanda Conner Zanith Cornfield Mary Cullihan Pearce Dana Lydia Davis Nancy Davis Bill Decker Reeves Dell Marion Deutsch George liirth Charles Drummond Patty liunhan Bernard Eder Albert Eggeman Roy Eisenhardt Daniel Eldes Mary Lou Fetseh Charles Fischer Rosemary Fixman Page Forty-six Mary Franz Betty Rae Fredman Martha Fuchs Hazel Gebelhardt Anita Ginsberg Shirley Greve Mary Jane Gritlin James Griffin Melvin Griflith Raymond Gritlith Mary Griggs Jean Grimm Elliott Grosberg lietty Lou Hall Marcella Hamniel Norma Hawken Peggy Helfriek Josephine Henderson Jack Higgins Howard Hirsch Jerry Hirschi James Hoops Sidney Horwitz Charles Hott Eugene Irwin Bud Jackson Majorie Jaeobsineyer Nadine Johnstone Lois Judd Lois Juenger Adrian Just Charles Koerner Marianne Kammerer Peggy Kaplan Jean Kehrrnan Bob Kennedy VVilbur Kinslowe Jack Kirk Kraemer Kleinschrnidt Stanley Kohn Justin Kramer Bernadine Kreisman Robert Krieger Betty Lantz Jack Lapp Mathieu Levy Roberta Levy Sidelle Lieberman Bruce Locke Raymond Lockhead Earl Lundy Margaret Mace Ed Magario .lim Maloney Joe Maloney Shirley Mandel Naomi Mann Sheldon Marks Dorothy May Naomi Mazur Virginia Metlreery Robert Mclilwaine John McGuire Homer Mclntyre lmeagene McMahon Simon Messina Zernian lvlinette Irwin Mintz Roma Milder Ann Miller Vernon Miller Nancy Monteath Robert Montgomery Gloria Moore .Juanita Moore Teil lNIora.th Vera Moreau Edward Murphy James Murphy Charity Neal Jane Newberg Austin Nicely Harvey Oberman Gloria Oberstein Edward O'Brien Betty Ann Orwig Frank Osterling Joe Pass Betty Ann Patterson Hazel Jane Patterson Ann Peggs Shirley Pemberton James Pettibone Jean Phillips Selma Pogansky Ray Popkins Ethel Pounds Mildred Ray Eleanor Reid Marvin Reiss Anita Richter Shale Rifkin Ralph Ritter Virginia Ritter Harold Robiner Charlotte Rogers Eli Hottnian Hortense Routman Iii-tty Salomon Jack Saphian Evelyn Seallet Everett Schofield Olive Cecile Sears Sherman Seeley Arlene Shipper Alvin Silverman Stephen Sinelare Charlotte Sharp Leona Sherman Dorothy Ann Smith Martin Smith Sylvia Soldz liob Spector .Jane Spiegel James Stacey Vim-ent Staley Robert Stern Nat Tabachnick Herbert Targove 'Pom 'Frentman Cal Thomas Margaret Thomoczek Mary Tuchschinidt Thelma Vaden .James Varley Nancy Vogler Emmett XValker VVilbur NVagner Katherine VVare llorothy YVatkins .lark XVebb lit-tty Jane NVegner Iflorence XX'ClYlb0l'g Hob NVeitzer Dolly Vifilson Ric-liard WVolfe Spencer Vvolling llarbara YVooley George XVuchter .Jeanette XVuensrher Louise Young .lane Young 'LWQiQQVl lHIHlY-NINl Sybil Andrews Robert Aufriclitig Richard Ayars Gordon Barker Alvin Baileys Charles Baron Robert Barrivk Harold Becker Roger Bedell Bill Belanger Joseph Berger Louise Bernard Lorraine Berry John Boggiano Evelyn Bopp Jeanne Breuer Jerry Braasek Jeanne Brown Nanny Brown Paul Brown Doris Brunk Maureen Burgess Norma Carmivhael Emil Carp Sue Carter Stanley Chazen Paul Christensen Anita Cohn Shirley Cohn Bob Cornito James Crisp Bill Depelhouer Harriet Deuteh Shirley Drill Eva Jane Duffy June Duke VVyman Elliot Lenore Faflem Albert Feinberif Seymore Feinstein Blanm-he Feldman Gerry Francis Bob Frohlivhstein NYalter Gaylor Ernst Golz Ula Gorman Marian Greengard Bertha. Griffin Ray Hazer liobert Hitt Opal Hohensee Lester lloltzman Bert Horowitz Marjorie Hughes Marion lnstone Robert Kane Arthur Kelly Charles Klarsch Pauline Koplowitz Jaqueline Kranzberg Charles Kreuger Vanita Lacy John Lang Henry Lewis Shirley Lengfelcler Betty Dec- Leventhal Marion Lipsutz Lucille Liulmeyer Marion Maizner Dorothy Marquette Sydney Mathes Harriet Merinbaum Robert Mode Joe Moi George Moll Per-ile Moriseher XVilma Neely 'Pom Neiclringhaus Howard Pattiz Lester Pearl Marie Picollo ' lris Ponnds Albert Popek iqmvnw N Leslie Portnoy Ray Priest H1-len Louise Proetz Mary Hairit llvgrgy Lon Riddle Frm! Hingham David Robinson Marjorie Rothman Eleanor Rovin Marilyn Rowland Ruth Rudman Floyd Russell Eugene Sachs Jean St. Cyr Bud Schultz Jean Schuster Burnett Schwartz Roy Sehwartzman Bert Schweizer Betty Sexton John Sherry Harold Sehiekman Marvin Shoenfeld Julia Singer Burton Sorkin Mariruerita Smith Shirley Smith Bill Spintser Dorothy Stone Janire Tabac-nio Reid 'Fhursby Lueille VValflrnan Robert XVal4lman .lim XVestenhiser Charles VVheeler Betty YVheeler Palmer VVinfl Alive XVithinton Earl XV0lfr- Mimi XXYOOI-ii0f'k Viola Yates Bernard Zeidt Page Forty seven A Honor to our Torchbearers. 8. Pull over to the curb, buddy. 9. I knew he'd slip some day. 10. My, o my, 'snow use. 11. Come on in, the watefs fine! 12. Human guinea-pig. 13. Irish. 14. 15. Are you there? A knotty question. S-S-S-S-Boom! Block that kick. Spring fever- maybe? Attention! Speak up, please! When in Rome. In the distance. "The Daring Young More energy needed. Run-your needle. Through here. Like this. Man." You name it, l give up. Action up. Head on. "Bring 'em back alive." Chief "Eight Ball." "Snow time, ain't no time at all HHH STHHY EUHTIHUES THEE All UUR HETIVITIE Today, more than ever, it is vitally nec- essary to spend some part of one's time in Wholesome recreational pursuits. University City recognizes this pressing need for relaxation and for the develop- ment of individual hobbies and talents which call for initiative, resoureefulness and co-operation. For this purpose the school has encouraged the organization of clubs and activities varied enough to enable every student to find something that suits his personal tastes. The Student Council I-Sons SPEAR Boa SPEAR . BILL BARNES . JOHN WEBER Bon CARTER . BILL BLELOCK LQ IlIHl OV SEPTEMBER - J ANUARY, 1938-1939 FIRST SEMESTER Audrey Arndt Bob Ausbeck Bill Barnes June Beyer Bill Blelock Joe Burch Bob Carter Fred Clauser Johanna Dunie Caldwell Funk Frank Garland Dick Jones Nancy Kelbaugh Jeanne Marx Eddie Menges Annabelle Palkes Bob Spear Pearl Sterneck Jane Trampe John Weber Marian Weber Georgia Wooley 'l'i':lmpe, .XllSlJllC'k, Burl-li, flzirlzinml, Clziuser, Jones, Mengvs, XVooln-5' llunie, Marx, Beyer, ictllbilllfljll, Funk, Sternvffk, Arnmlt, Palkes Ulelock, Carter, Spear, Miss Emery, Barnes, J. WVeber. M. XVeber . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . . Trerasurefr Sergeant-fat-Arms Page Fifty-two 'lVLQlQQVL lHIIllY-NINl FEBRUARY - JUNE, 1939 RALPH QUICAL ANNABELLE PALKICS . AUDREY ARNUT BOB CARTER . The Student Council . Pfresident Vice-Presi . Score . Trans Sizcoxo Si-:Mus Audrey Arndt Bill Barnes Bill Blelock Stanley Boxerman Joe Burch Bob Carter Pat Doyle Caldwell Funk Art Greditzei' Mary Virginia Hilmei' Chris Keeler Mary Garland Maack de nt tary! ZLT87' TER Eddie Menges Edwin Miller Betty Osborne Annabelle Palkes Ralph Queal Bob Rawlings Bob Spear Pearl Sterneck Neil Stueck Harold Thomas Marian Weber Bill Wells 1iAl.l'll' Q I l-,AL Alzmck, Doyle, Stuerk, lioxermzm, tlreditzer, Hilmer. Osborne 'l'lmmas, lizirnes, liurvli, Miss l'1lll0'I'X, Funk, Keeler, Rawlings Stcriu-c'k, Pzxlkcs, Mengffs, Qui-zil, Armlt, Hlelm-lt Page Fifty-three Y he Tom-Tom ANNAIIELLE PALKES - JOHANNA DUNIE JOHN WEBER STANLEY BOXERMAN VIRGINIA BALLIETT - DECK Cox NEIL STUECK HAROLD TIIUMAS lllllltlil Alter' Marjorie Armitzxgc ,Xlltll'Py Arndt Virginizi Dallictt 'Fwl llzxshkow .lame Bates l,'li:ll'lu1te Batt liosulio Blass ldlizzlbuth Bolvs ,Xlllll'i'Y Bonnctt Stunlvy 1-gOXQl'Ill2lll Fi-oil Clausen' Hussoll Court In-uk Cox Rosviimry Davis Johzmna Dunie Sam Fcldlnan .lzivk Ifogle Sliirlvy Fox Marlin Gelb Sliirlvy Goldin Amlzi U00 GI'C7SlDUl'g fig HlHi i STAFF M rwiugirtg Editor - Copy Editor - Erlitorial Assistant - Sports Editors - Exclumge Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager REPORTERS Humiulpll Gross Jimmy Jae liilliu Hummill ,l':llH,l'I1C Holtzmzin Annzibvll Jones Stanley Kaisel Hzlrvuy Kopmun llornicc Koslow Ruth Kramer' limb Krieger' June Libraclm Holon Lioberstein Marlin Liebcrstein .lzlnivs MQ1nty1'0 lion Main llvnriottu Ma nkofsky Robvrt Martin Erldio Mcnges I-if-lon Mimldleman Patsy Mooney Ray Nohmen ,Xnnubolle Palkcs 'l'l1crs-su Picollo NBII, STUHCK VIRGINIA BALLIETT - AUDREY ARNI11' - STANLEY BUXERAIAN S HELEN MIIJIJIIPIMAL ' QPEARL STERNECK DECK Cox ANNABELLE PALKLS - HAROLD TIIUMAS Sliilzili Portnoy .lm-k I'um'h John Hnnisey Hlimlu Rosenberg Bolle Iioutmen Morton Svhwuiiz Mzirvvlln Scissors Signmml Seelig Irwin Shore Fred Spiegclmnn Colvste Sherman Fred Siegel l't'1ll'l Stcrncck Nvil Stueck Doris Stone Hnrolsl Thomas Bohr- 'Fursliin Eslhm' VVolIl John lVebQr Mzlrizln XVObeI' Jamie XVelCh Emily Ann YVilkins mln Kricgzger, lflluss, Koslow, Sliunfeld, A1'IIIitz1i:Q, fil'UShl'l'S.f, lIt'll'lljI't, lluslikow, l,i0lIoI'stQin SLILL Scfclig, liusli, Rmnsf-y, Alain, Kopmrm, Kzxisvl, Mzxrliu. 1'!0XCl'lll2lI'l, Menges, Court Slierman, lfl'1llll0l'. Hosn-:ilu-rgg Bolvs, Al, XVObeI', Moss l-larris, Arnflt, A. Jones, l'icollo Goldin, 'I'liomas, J. NVOb1rI', Pzilkes, Ilunic, Stuovk, Slime Page Fifty four Agmim lHIHlY-NINl Dial NVEIIER JONES 'PRAMPE MARIAN WEBER - DICK JONES 1 ll'IARK GALE 5 PATRICIA DICKIE - JANE TRAMPE - DAVID THOMAS - Stanley Buxvrnian Itvygimi Lipvin Ili-lun Mimlillnrnian limb Carter .l:u'k Goflluvo Luliziine Bertrziin Frzxnk Bisvlioff liill lilelock Elaine XVulfOrt EXECUTIVE BOARD EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Annu holla Palkcs Tom Patterson ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY Clark Hall Glenn Kirkpatrick BUSINESS ASSISTANTS ,klic-O flrzuly Mary Virginia Hilmer Jac-k Meletio TYPISTS Dolores Cunninghzim Evelyn Lacy GALE IDICKIE - Editor-in-Cliief - A ssociate Editors - Circulation Ma nager - Business Manager - Chief Photographer Ulizirlotte Smith Emily Ann XVi1kins Iiob Sokol Eddie Memros Mary Garland Manck Tlieresa Picollo Shilah I'Ortnoy .luney XVOII-h Sylvia Slninfc-ld May, Pix-Ollo, Stein, Micldlcmnn, Bischoff, Sokol, Rlelock, Carter, Wulfert, XVind, Lacy Kziiiinim-i'1-r, l,eonS.m, Smith, FI-lslsteiri, Miss Hamilton, Menu-S, Shanfold, Maack, Palkes XVilkins, Portnuy, llattcrson, Dickie, Weber, Gale, Tranipo, Hilmer, Cunningham i Page Fif ty- five Band l'1ueo1.o H :trry Lazarus Sill Nehmen 'lf'l.t7Tl-1 Sam Feldman 'Pom Patterson CJIBOE Iletty Jean M yers t'I,ARiNET Audrey Hatton lmnald Appel Ilrennan Bailey Louis Bernard lllaleolm Chandler llaul Christiansen James Crisp Marcella Hammel Robert Hitt Rudolph Gross Leonard Levy limb Moore Betty Ann Orwig James Pendleton .lean Sides Neil Stueek Iiernarcl Zeicl A LTO CLARINET Herbert Torgrove ISA SS ULARI NET Emil Carp Sorriixxo SAXOPHUNE Norma C'armiehael AI.'1'tl sixxtwiioxm Lucille Capobianeo Justin Kramer Donald Main .lim Murphy Sidney Mathes 'Flcxon SAXOPHONE Millard Krisman John XVolf BAXRITONE SAXOPHONE Seymour Gale Lim-oln Sanders TluJMrl4:'1' Hit-hard Ayers llernard Eder George Fiala Rob Kane Harvey Kopman Hob Martin Uharles Nott Rose Dorothy Nott Frank Osterberg Alhert Popek Martin Smith Mary Ellen Stevenson Joseph Stiekley XValter Trauth HORN .Tim Miller Miltlrerl Mueller Stanley Rosen BARITONE David Baumann George Dirth Q HlHl or Everett Roper Eugene Rosenbloom Tno M B0 N E Joe Ave-llone Sidney Huber Victor Kieffer Earl Pearce Billy Sherman Roy Tuttle BASS Bill Vane Reeves Dell l'atrieia Dunham Charles Klarseh Arthur Mueller IJRVMS Norman Ref-k John lirown Bill Connor Ninian Edwards Gale Gaines lllyron Kohn Harrison King Arlene Knabe LeRoy Letts Claurline Ramsey DRVM MAJORS Bill Guest .lane Hates Elizabeth Campbell Juanita 'Fownsentl Dolly NVilSon LIBRARIAN ltlildretl Mueller llarry Lazarus Page Fifty-six 1'VlQtQQVl lHIIllY-NINl Orchestra During this year the orchestra has been busy playing for many of the school activities including the Senior Play, the Operetta, Mid-year Graduation, and the Annual Dinner of the County School Board of Education. Prior to last year the orchestra was not quite so much in demand, but its duties have been steadily increasing. Mr. Falkenhainer has succeeded in building up a fine symphonic band. He now hopes to build an orchestra that will be the finest in the County. With re-enforcements coming from the Junior High Schools, this should not be hard for him to do. V1 Yi Yi OLIN Ruth Kramer George lfiala Elliot Gi-osberg Rudolph Gross Robert Hitt Harry Lazarus Shirley Londo Simon Messina .luanitzi Moore Sidney Nehmon Bea Routman Milford Routnizin Marvin Sehrainm DLA Jeanne Brown Phillip Sabin Iifxss Millard Krismzin l4'I,i'TE Sam Foldmuli Tom I 'nttorson Olson Betty Jean M yers t'i.ARl N 1-Y1' Malt-olni Flizinrllcr Auclrn-y Halton .l ean Sides IPRENPH FIORN Mildrf-il Mueller Stanley Rosen Y 'l'RI'MI'l'IT UI,0AC'l'.I.l.0 Harvey Kopmun Marion flreonspon Bob Martin fllorizi Moore Charles Nolt 'l'Ro M isoNE Victor Kioilii-I' Ray Tuttle TVRA Patricia Dunliani TYM PA NI Ninizin Edwairds Pl-IRFVSSIOX John Brown 1,1-Roy lmlts Vmxo Adm-line I:l'Hl1ll51Ill Roma Mililur l4Il4R.XllIAN Sum 'l'lCltllliflI'l Page Fifty-seven Strut and Frei CCDLQ UIHl I Ralph Queal Miriam Glen Hoffman, Mooney, lb. Smith, Gale, XValtz, O'I:irien, Spear, Hultgren, Miller Jones, Roulman, Koslow, Andrews, Horner, A. Jones, Miss Malone, Sternerk, Voges, Bock, Mazur, Keeler Palkes, lloyle, Glenn, Queal, Arndi, Menges, Banks, Hennigan OFFICERS I 'resident Ralph Queal n Vice-President Miriam Glenn Eddie Men ges Treasurer Elaine Andrews Audrey Arndt Page Fifty-eight Secretary Peggy Horner Sponsor - Miss LOUISE MALONE The purpose of "Strut and Fret" is to promote the study of the various theatre arts and give its members opportunity to develop their talents. Membership is limited to thirty students each se- mester who are chosen through try-outs before the club. During the past year "Rehearsals," an all girl play was presented in assembly and the play "Uncle Fred Flits By," was given twice, once for the Mother's Club and once for the students. MEMBERS Elaine Andrews Audrey Arnilt Pat Bock llarriet Campbell l'at Doyle Mark Gale Miriam Glenn llernard Gomlman Ann Hennigan l'at Henske Shirley Hoffman l'eg::g'y Horner Hub Hultgzqrvn Robbie Lee Johnson Annabelle Jones Dick Jones Chris Keeler l:lernic'e Koslow Naomi Mazur Margie McSwvene5 Eddie Menges Edwin Miller Palsy Mooney Ed O'Brien Annabelle Palkes Ralph Queal lfiea, Routman Drusilla Smith I-lub Spear Pearl Sternevk Ethel Voges Harry XValtz l'VlQiQQVl lHIHlY-NINl Senior Play Sponsor - MISS LOUISE MALONE Jimmie Shannon, the hero, will receive 31,000,000 from his grand- father's estate if he marries before his thirtieth birthday Which is only a few days from the day on which the play opens. His hurried attempts to marry Within the required amount of time provided one of the most amusing plays ever produced at University City. Joe Spence - - Earl Goddard - - Ralph Denby - - Henry Garrison - Billy Meekin - - Jimmie Shannon - Mrs. Garrison - Anne Windsor - George ---- Irene Trevor - - Irene Trevor - - Georgiana Garrison Georgiana Garrison Lily Trevor - - Lily Trevor - - Peggy Wood - Peggy Wood - Florence Jones - Florence Jones - Betty Willoughby Betty Willoughby CAST or CHARACTERS - - - - - - - - - - ArthurI.Roufa - - - - Dick Jones - Milford I. Routman - Christian F. Keeler - - Ralph W. Queal - John T. Weber - - - Pat Mooney - - - Annabelle Palkes - - - - - Sigmond Seelig - fThursdayj Carolyn Goyer - - - fFridayJ June Beyer fThursdayJ Mary Garland Maack - - - - fFridayj Shilah Portnoy - - fThursdayJ Audrey Arndt - - fFridayb Sylvia Wexler - fThursday- Pearl Sterneck - - - QFridayJ Shirley Gold - fThursdayj Susan Ann Goyer - fFridayJ Barbara Jeanne Hill - fThursdayJ Shirley Hoffman - - fFridayJ Pat Pederson Page Fifty-nine Opera The Illlll I Eileen was the opera presented by the chorus classes in April, 1939. Barry O'Day, Irish patriot, falls in love with Eileen, niece of Lady Estabrooke who helps him elude English soldiers. With the aid of Dinny Doyle, Shaun Dhu, Biddy Flynn, Rosie Flynn, and Sir Reginald Stribling, these characters provided an amusing operetta. CAsT OF CIIARACTERS "Humpy"Grog'an- - - - - - - - - Wyot Woods Lanty Hackett - - Robert Spear Barry O'Day ---- - Robert Hultgren Sir Reginald Stribling - - Arthur Greditzer Lady Maude Estabrooke - - Betty Jean Myers Eileen Mulvaney - - - - - Shirley Gold Marie ------ - - Nelle Miller Colonel Lester - - - Harold Thomas Sergeant ---------------- Raymond Lockhead Smugglers, Peasants, Villagers, Guests of Lady Estabrooke K4-uli-V, 11l'wlilZm'l', lilllfgI'l'Il, 'l'llUl'IlZlF, SlJl'?ll', l':ill'l5' Xllvocls. Moons-5, Miller, Hold, Alyv,-Vs, lfifx, Meng:-s Page Sixty lVLQtQQ1fl lHlHlY-NINE MODERN RHYTHM DANCERS IDIR1-:L:'rr:1w BY Miss VIRGINIA DEAN Girls' l'l:ysirrul lfflllffflfllllb D61I!ll'flllE?lLf Mildred Anderson Mary Elizabeth Hunks Charlotte Batt Adeline Bl'EiIll"l2lll1 Betty Ann Tnghaun Gourgiu Kcmplcmnn Shirley Londo Essie Yates Betty Ann Ohlwcrilcr Pk1tl'li'l2l Pederson Anne Ellen Szuulvrs Ju:-quoline Sokol Ethel Voges Dorothy xX7OCl'hf?ll-IC Marion NVym:1n TAP DANCERS DmI4:1"1'lc1w BY MISS NORA lbxulc Girls' I'l1ysi1'1ll Eflzarrzfirm l1611llI'fl1lCI1f Mary L02 Buuttnfrr Betty Donaldson Shirlvy Finkel Holon lllitlmllcmzm Juno Powers Shirloy Rzldloff Murivl Spitzburg Pearl Sternevk Doris Stone Jane'-1 Tompkins .lean Vorbarg Nmlinn XViIlinQ,'h:1m Opera Page Sixty-rme The Tribe CCDLQ HIHl f OFFICERS President-Caldwell Funk Vice-Presirlewf-Henry Schlesinger Secfretary-Trertsurer-Ralph Hart Serg.-at-Arms-Stanford Wolfson HONORARY MEMBERS 111 M1 Ilr Dr Page Sixty-two . Charles Banks . James E, Baker Guy N. Magnoss John R. Vaughan Sponsors CLARENCE A. MUHL HENRY E. SCHEMMER The purpose of this organization shall be to maintain the Spirit of University City Loyalty, to cherish the traditions of our school, to foster fel- lowship, and to serve the best interests of Uni- versity City. MEMBERS Aaron Auerbach Bob Ausbt-ok Bob Appleby Otto l-It-rkt-r Malcolm lileirli Bill lllelork Lefty lllumbergr Stanley lioxerman John lllrown Joe Burch Frank Burns Joe Bush NVil1ie Cole Bill Connors Bill f'reog':xn Bill Daily Dick Dzingerfleltl Bernard lflllis Ninian Ifhlwarcls Pete Funk Gale Gaines Frank Garland John Garth Sylvester Goldman Ralph Hart Bud Harvey Don Hawken Noble Hemker Hog Inge Burl Jackson Sam King Mel Kohn Stanley Kohn John Lztvin Harvey Levy Jack Lewis 'Fed Liebig Kenneth Long ldslgar Mann Charles Mathews ,lack lVI1'Cutc:hin George Mclfarlzind Jaek Mele-tio Dirk Mersman Vernon Miller Ed Mohme lrwin Moltlafsky Jim Moloney George Nelson Louis Puellman Hob Rawlings Shale Rifkin Art Houfa ldarl Russell Henry Schlesinger Sinl Shear Norman Silver Clark Smith liob Spear Jerry Ste-inbaum Richard Sternevker Douglas Strauss Neil Stueck llarold Thomas George Turner Ray Tuttle Chris Vlemmas Ilim-k XVeiche1 liill XVells Wentworth XVil1ler Leland XVilson Stanford XVolfson itftaw. lHIIllY-NINl U Club XYilkins, C'limlm'm'sky, lfliqllillll, Uanrly, .l. Abbott, Polk, XYolfe, Maxwell N. liipvin, Kammert-r, Usborne, Estes, Mueller, Maavk, Reiss, llblt'ric'k, l-lot't'nian, Holes li, l.ipm'in, Stmwtivt-lc, l'e1let'son, XVyman, Antlt-rson, Ohm-rum-yt-r, E. Abbott, Bates, Alitltllenian, llanks Sponsors MISS HELEN MANLEY MISS NORA PARR The U. Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Helen Manley and Miss Nora Parr, was organ- ized twelve years ago. The club sends baskets of food and clothing to needy families at Thanks- giving and Christmas. The members finance their own activities through sales at football games, cake sales, candy sales. The highlights of the social program are the Mothers-and-Daughters luncheon and the annual spring banquet. MEMBERS Eleanor' Abbott .Ioan Abbott Mildrs-tl .Xntlm-rson Mary IC. Hanks .lane llatvs Lorraim- lilavkwell lillizabvth lioles liltlitli Vir,a:'inia Candy Selma Ulimlorovsky Alaurita Estes lletty .lane llvlfric-k livtty Ann lnglimn Virginia Kamnierul' Natalie Lipvin Regina l.ipt-in 01-'Frei-:Rs Mildred Anderson I"resir.lent Marion Wyman Marion Wyman Vice-I'o'esirIe1zt Norma Obermeyer Norma Obermeyer Score tary Pat Pederson Jane Bates Mary tlarlanrl Maavk -3 I . X .lanith Maxwell TQHLSIHFT Helen Miwltlleman ElC3.1101' Alllmtf Patsy Motmvy Milmlrt-rl Miurller Se7,gpunVt-at-Ayms Norma Ula-1'rneyL1 Betty Osborne Pal l'0cl01's4xll lletty Polk Libby lit-iss Pearl Ste-rm'2c'k lflmily Ann XYilkins Norma XYilson Katlwrinn- XYoli'e Marion XX'yman Helen Middleman Page Sixty-tlzree Boys' Rifle Club OFFICERS Taylor Castlen Charles Koerner Fred Clauser Presirlevzt Range Officer Team Captain VCL. IlIHl I Sponsor - MR. A. T. DUNHAM The University City High School Boy's Rifle Club was organized and aililiated With the Na- tional Rifle Association in April, 1939. The pur- pose of the club is to acquaint the student with the proper use of firearms and to provide a health- ful, wholesome sport throughout the year. The chief activity of the club is the qualification pro- gram leading to Expert and Distinguished RiHe- men. A team is selected to represent the Club in a series of matches held at intervals throughout the year. MEMBERS Iloh linker florclon Barker lm ll. Bloom Jimmy Blumenfeld li I Ii Eugene Irwin Uhzirlos Koerner .Xllun Knabe H4-nry Lewis Tom Niedringhaus A , Tom ljllflilllll lfrwl f,ilL,lllSCl' lie-ill Chappell .luck Conrades llill lien-ken' Ilrownlee Fisher .lim llriilin lmn Horn omort oquett 'l':nvlol' Castlen Nuts: Polinsky lil vm l R ' ll .1, ont eint Harold Robiner liis-liuiwl Sauer' Iiucl Schultz lim-1-ml Thursby .lim xXvl'?Slf?TlllI-'lS0l' Fla-ist-ln-r, Heimlf-l, Kovrm-r, link!-V, Robiner, Iioquett, lil-ck ,V Si. 1' ' Ilunlzlm Blur en es " ' -' llmn U Lland, I lslul, Mi. 1 , n f ll, lllllltl liloom, Knabe, Vorirzuh-s, Uzistlen, Polinsky, Henskt- Page Sixty-foui' lfneleew lHlHlY-NINl Sponsor - MISS D. M. ABBOTT The Gir1's Rifle Club completed its third suc- cessful year by tying with Cleveland High School for the City Championship. Many matches were participated in With one at Kemper Military Acad- emy being the one most enjoyed. In addition to the victories of the team, individual medals were Won by Pat Dunham, Kathryn Meyer, Jean Ross, Jean Verbarg and Ruth Vogler. Their trips are financed by the money from their dues and their cake sales. The only officer of the club is the captain of the team. MEMBERS Jean Ayers Mary Ellen Bat-hman M -' 1131 k uno ac Adelaide Bowman Barbara. Coe Dorothy Conner Anne Dunham Patricia Dunham Nancy Kelbaugh Helen Lieberstein Ruth Kathryn Meyer Helen Jane Myers Betty Nieclringhaus .I Ian R .s t oss Marilyn Rowland Doris Sehrimpf Frances Lee Spear Marilyn Steinbach Betty Taylor .lean Verbarg Vogler Girls' Rifle Club TEAM, FIRST SEMESTER Muriel Black Nancy Kelbaugh Kathryn Meyer Betty Niedringhaus Jean Verbarg Ruth Vogler TEAM, SECOND SEMESTER Kathyrn Meyer Betty Niedringhaus fCaptainl Jean Ross Jean Verbarg Ruth Vogler Myers, Ayres, Conner, Sn-hrimpf Moyer, Dunham, Steinbach, Ross, Foe Dunham, Vogler, I-Hack, Miss Abbott, Niorlringhaus, Verbarg, Kelbaugh Page Sixty-five Der Deutsche Verein Bob Hultgren OFFICERS Irmgild Warmber President Bob Spear Vice-P-resident Rudolph Gross CCDLQ Illili I Sponsor - Miss EDNA POLSTER Der Deutsche Verein, which was organized two years ago, has become one of the largest and most active clubs in the school. Membership is open to all students who have had one semester of German and an average of "Cf The purpose of the club is to give the members a better understanding of German life and of the country, and a chance to practice the use of the language. Throughout the year an extensive program in- cluded a German play, a Christmas party, at which German games were played, talks and reports by several persons Well acquainted with German life and also by members of the club. MEMBERS Elaine Wulfert Secretary-Tfreasiwer Rudolph Gross Marjorie Armitage Sergeant-at-A rms Eleanor Abbott Joan Abbott Marjorie Armitage Albert Aufrichtig Shirley Bobel Ethel Dannenmaicr Pat Dickie Virginia Farrington Jack Fogle lien Ganz Rudolph Gross lietty Jane Helfrick Mary Virginia Hilnier David Honigberg Bob Hultgren Raymond Lockhead Virginia Kammerer Vifallace Klein Robert Klimt Helen Lieberstein Mary Garland Maaek Kathyrn Meyer Edwin Miller Patsy Mooney Doris Muollor Erna Mueller Mildred Mueller Norma Obermeyer Betty Ann Ohlweiler Annabelle Palkes 'Vlicresa Picollo Norma Prante Ralph Queal Norman Ritter Marcella Scissors Sigmond Seelig Bob Spear Neil Steuck Jane 'Frarnpe Jean Verbarp: Georgia XVoolcy Janey XVelch Stilvck, Fogle, Hultgxrrn, Miller, Seelig, Qucal, Ganz l'ic'ollo, Prante, Obermt-yur, Abbott, lVlueller, Helfrick, Marx, Palkvs, Farrington, llunie, Klimt Meyer, Arniitage, Mueller, Vcrbarg, Scissors, Maack, Kelbaugh, llobel, Leiberstein, Mueller, Ohlweiler Dickie, Von Sehrenk, Gross, VVarmber, Miss Polster, Spear, XNulfert, Trampe, VVooley, Hilmer, NVe1ch Page Sixty-six irieteerz lHIHlY-NINl Sponsor - MISS WOLFNER Le Cercle Francais has completed its thirteenth year and is, therefore, one of the oldest clubs in the school. The organization is divided into three sections,-literature, music, and games and con- versation, which meet in succession each Week. At the end of one cycle a general meeting is held to discuss business. Tryouts are held twice a year for those who have completed one year of French with at least an eighty average. During the second semester the annual French play is produced. This year's presentation was Rene Fauchois' Prerzez Garde a La Peirttare, a modern comedy from which the Broadway suc- cess The Late Christopher Bean was adapted. Le C ercle Francais OFFICERS Chris Keeler President Annabell Jones Mildred Lemmon Vice-President MEMBERS Harold Green Bob Ausbeek Tom Patterson Rena Feistein Ellen 14.-iehman Annabell Jones Martha Fuchs Rhoda Rosenberg . , Harold Green Herbert Ruhe Semctmy Annzlbell Jones Fred Siegel Barbara, Jones Barbzira Jones Gertrude Shanfeld Chris Keeler Thelma Shanfeld 1 Mildred Lemmon Ueleste Sherman Harold Green Natalie Lipcin Ellen Esther Silverstein Treasurer- Roma Milder Charlotte Smith Rose Dorothy Nott June Stein Tom Patterson Stein, Patterson, Siegel, Ruhe, IZ. Jones Sherman, Silverstein, Miss XVolfner, Nutt, Smith G. Shanfeld, A. Jones, Lemmon, Keeler, Green, T. Shzlnfeld Page Sixty-seven Classical Club fm mm Pirollo, Hziywzirml, Hzxrvoy, Knepper, lilumvnfvlcl. Szllniker, Golslstm-in Meyer, Coe, Slmnfolml, Kzimmerer, Osborne, Iionnct, VVi1kins Ohlweiler, 'I'liom:1s, Mzlnkofsky, Brown, Gilliam, J. VVebcr OFFICERS John Gilliam President Harold Thomas J une Browne Vice-President Henrietta Mankofsky Henrietta Mankofsky Serf'7'0trl'ry Audrey Bonnett Harold Thomas Page Sixty-eight T'Vf'fIS?l7'G7' Sam Salniker Sponsor - MISS H. M. DONNELLY The Classical Club is an organization which a student is eligible to join if he has completed one year of Latin. The Club Was formed to give stu- dents, who are interested, a chance to obtain more knowledge of the customs and language of the Ancient Greeks and Romans. The members are chosen by tryouts. The year's program consists of discussions, lectures, and trips to Washington University to see various exhibits of interest. The University City Classical Club is affiliated With the National American Classical League. MEMBERs Ulizirlollo ,Xlper llrl-imziii liziiloy .Iimmy liluincnfeld LIillll'lL'l' liernstein .XLltlI't?j' lionnett l,iill'b2l!'Rl. Coe NValluce l'llSll0l'lYl2ll"l .Iolin Gilliznn l-iurion Goldstein Mzlrcvllzi Ilummel ,llziiwvllzt Hzir'x'f'y Alive Louise Hayward X'll'g.L'lIllIl Kzimmerei' Milton Klein Az-lem-n Knepper llvlil'i1-ttzi Mzinkofsk y lil-tty Osborne 'l'hereszi l'iColl0 Sam Szilnikel' Sylvia Shzmfeld Dorothy Anne Smith liairold Thomas John Weber lflllllj' Ann XVilkins 't'VlQtQQ'VL lHIHlY-NINl Literary Club l Blass, Lipc-in, Sterneck, Koslow Jones, NVulfert, Miss Cowen, Mankofsky, Lemmon, Leonson Green, Stone, Arndt, Keeler Sponsor - Miss M. E. COWEN The Literary Club was founded seven years ago for the purpose of fostering and Widening interest in good literature. Membership is determined by scholastic achievement. At the meetings, which are held on alternate Thursdays, the members answer the roll call by giving a quotation. The diversified programs in- clude discussions of current literature, reviews of books and plays, and guest speakers. MEMBEIIS Rlioda Alter' Audrey Arndt Rosalind Iiluss liosernary llztvis Rena Felstein Iietty Rose lfreenian Harold Green Annabell Jones Uliris Keeler I!ernic'e Koslow lflltll Kramer Naomi lmuiisoxl Mildred In-mmon Regina Ilipc-in Henrietta Mankofsky Iflllen 1-ieivliman .Ivan Rindskopf Rhoda Rosenberg .lzivqtlt-liiw Sokol Pearl Sterneek Doris Stone Elaine XVulfert OFFICERS Doris Stone President Doris Stone Chris Keeler Vice-President Pearl Sterneck Harold Green Sccrctrrry Harold Green Audrey Arndt Trcrlszlrer Audrey Arndt Page Sixty-nine Palette and Brush The llIHl lfrauvnthal, NYilling,'ham, Cummings. Roufa, Rawlings, Ncllmen, S. Goyer, U. Goycr 'li Shmifvlfl, fl. Shanfeld, Stone, Gorham. Thomas, Schmidt, Popkins, Ingham Silw-1'stein, Kurtz, Miss Gray, Maack, flohlin, lionnctt, XValls Mary Garland Maack Sponsor - Miss M. GRAY Palette and Brush, the club for the artistically talented, has twelve years of existence to its credit OFFICERS After school, members are furnished the oppor tunity to engage in any type of art that appeals to them. At the end of the first semester, a faculty President Shirley Goldin tea marks an annual event that makes member Shirley Goldin ship in the organization interesting. Vice-P'reside11,t Doris Stone MEMBERS Ellen Esther Silverstein Audrey Bonnett Anna Lee Potashnick , Paul Brown Jane Powers i5CC7'Ctfl'I'jl Jeanne Cohen .John Rawlings John Rawlings Eleanor Kurtz Page Seventy Treaszwefr Billy Hammel Herbert Cummings Pat Dunham Virginia. Frauenthal Audrey Fruchte Shirley Goldin Betty Ann Gorham Carolyn Goyer Susan Goyer' liilly Hammel Betty Ann Infzgliam Millard Krisman Eleanor Kurtz Mary Garland Maack Kay Nchms-n Lillian VVith Marvin Reiss Arthur Roufa Marilyn Rowland Nancy Schmidt Norma Schneider Gertrude Shanfeld Thelma Shanfeld Ellen Esther Silverstci Burton Sorkin Doris Stone Betty Thomas Betty Jane VValls Helen VVi0hman Nadine NVilling'ham ington l1fLQiQQ'Vl lHIHlY-NINl Boys, Glee Club MR. MECHALSON-Di7'C3Cf0l' The Boys' Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Mechalson, was organized in 1938. With a membership of thirty-two boys, the club meets on Tuesday afternoons. They have sung twice at the Pilgrim Congregational Church and once for the University Methodist Church. The Glee Club has also performed for the University City Rotary Club and for the High School Mother's Club. Excellent work in the Activity Ticket and Student Council Dance Assemblies has made the group well acquainted with the student body. Special singing jobs in the opera were excellently handled by members of the club and it is interesting to note that every major male part in Eileen was performed by a member of the Glee Club. Within the club is a special group of eight boys which does novelty numbers. Station KMOX. Recently this octette had an audition at Radio MERIBERS Iiill Barnes tiny lligolow liill Iilelock Ifrs-ii Clauser Iiill Dubbs limb Early Joseph Fittvr' l 111 lub Hultgrn lrhl Menges Gareth Gisli liernarcl Hood Art Greilitzor Harold Green Hob Henske Hob Huelte OCTETTE Ralph Qucal John Rzmisziy Harold Thomas DHI Tl Dick Jones Eclwin Miller Ed Moore Grover Robb R l l Sl b a pi . ner erpg XXYCIllXV0l'tll XVildcr Bob Spear .Tolin NYcber XVyot XVoods Lockliezid, Barnes, Spiegelman, XVeils, Clauser, Early, Moore, Jones, Greditzer, Gish, Bigelow Green, Robb, Iileioc-k, Huette, Ile-nske, Uubbs, XYi1iier, Miller, Sherherg, Goodnian IQIIIHSVX, Tlwnuas, Mongos, Spear, Mr, Mechalson, Hullgrvli. Queal, XYooils, Fittvr, J. XVebvr Page Seventy-one Hi-Y Ralph Buckner - Bob Rawlings - Bill Buckles - - Ninian Edwards - Mvhll Gordon Iizwluxr Roger liilloll Jack Boggiuno Robert l:2ll'l'l4'k John Brown Harold lim-kcr Uill Pope Fred Cluusor Russell Court Herbert Cummings .lack C:nrmi4'lnml XYultor In-:nn Dick lJ2iIl51l'l'f'lQlll Iiud Dell Bob Early Henry Enllros Ashley Foster Jucfk Fogle XVuyne Gollub OFFICERS MEBIBERS Louis Gloor .lurk Gorllove Iiob Huette Nohlf: Ilvmker lizllph Hart liill Hzimmill Jimmy Jae Uzlrrlwell Jones lioyn Kehrman liob Klilnt Gln'-nn Kirkpntrivk Arson Kluuber Chzu-lvs Koch Uhzlrlus Klarsc-lu liuss Latslmw lmlioy Letts llob Martin Gm-o1'g0 McFzL1'lz1n1l .lim Murphy Q UIHl or - President Vice-President - S acre tary - Treasurer Bob Murphy Jim Millvr Osborne Milton Harry Marlin XValt0r Osolzxnsl Tom Patterson Louis Puollmzln Tom lV'lI'liIIl'il Bob Rose Fred Ringhzmi Lincoln Sziunflers Neil Stuevk Cal Tll0I1lZlS David 'l'lmm:ls Heed Thursby James Varloy XVyoL XVoo4ls Spencer Xlfooling Charles NVcisQnfCls wzlin, Stoffel, Lotts, K'ummings. Juv, Vuellman, Gaines, Ilurns, Murphy, Dell, Gomllou Kirkpatric-k, Christopher, I':1ttvrson, lleniker, Hurt, Klzluser, Hultg.:'rm-n, Liebeg Stuevk, Kliml, llevker, Uourt, Vlfolling, Jones, K1-hrman, Early, Ilubbs, XYoomIs, In-un, Gollub, I xtsi Nliller, Thomzis. Milton, ill2lK'l"2lI'lill'lIl, Cope, Illoom, Huvtte, Brooks, Hitt rlitzer, I+2x':ms, Ilzlngerfielcl, Ifostvr, Burfkner, lidwzirzls, Bucklvs, Martin Page Seventy-two 'ineteew lHIIllY-NlNl The Camera Club if? 44 Hail, Martin, Karty, Hnmlz, Mvtguiu-, Levy, Court, Robiner Klaubf-r, Slit'-riiian, Sokol, Air. Follings, Uolivii. Holes, lmzhzmi, I-Ioltznian lmsker, l.:iz:i1'us, illzizer, Gross, Ilrzuly, Fiwiiuriitlizil MR. COLLINGS - Sponsors - MR. CHAMBERS The Camera Club was organized in 1934 by Mr. Collings for the students who were interested in photography. This is one of the most popular clubs in the school, always having a large mem- bership. Because of this fact, the club is limited to thirty members. These members develop films, enlarge, tint, and print pictures. MEMBERS .Ia-:in Ayers Xl:i1'gf1r'y Batt, idlizzibelli liolvs Shirley Cohen Carol Cohen Russell Court Russ-iiiziify Davis Virginian Frzilu-nll1:il lit-tty Freeman Ilenjeinien Gzinrlz Irvin Glazer Ili-tty Grzicly Rlulolpli Gross t'h:ii'lvs Hall ldilgm-iw Holtzmrun llc-tty Arm lngxliuni llzmiel Kurty .lllvlllllfli lloh K:iu1'mann llzirrisoii King Anson lilziubcr Alurivl liolker illurizl li2lSli6'l' llzirry lizizarus l.4-onurml Levy li0l'l1Ill'll Martin .Iohn Alvlluire Iii-n livvlit Ifllh-n lioivliinan H2ll'ul1l Roblhel' liurne-tl Svliwzirtz Heli-ii Sher Ut-li-ste Sherman I!:ilt'our Slonini Chzirlollo Smith Solml OFFICERS Charlotte Smith President Rudolph Gross Balfour Slonim Vice-President Anson Klauber Rudolph Gross S01-Veta ry-Trcrzsm-er Charlotte Smith Irvin Glazer Harry Lazarus Quartermnstcrs Balfour Slonim Harold Robiner Page Se zronty-tlm'ee The IllHl I Current Events Club Cohn, Berger, Speigelman, Roufa, Felstein, Ruhe, Powers Picollo, Schwartz, Miss Barnidge, Ganz, Somerlad Horwitz, Brown, Leonson, Bailey, Chapell SQOOTLSOT' - MISS MARTHA BARNIDGE The Current Events Club was reorganized this year under a new constitution. According to the new plan the members are divided into two main groups, those interested in national contemporary affairs and those interested in international con- temporary affairs. There is one meeting a month for each and also one general meeting which in- cludes both groups. Its activities include a variety of programs con- sisting of guest speakers, open discussions and the bulletin board display which gives a pictorial ac- OFFICERS Naomi Leonson President Fred Spiefelman Drennan Bailey Vice-President Maurita Estes June Brown S eeretary Theresa Picollo Reid Chappell Treasurer Rena Felstein MEMBERS Eva Berger Lo Raine Bertram Shirley Cohen Rosalind Cook Virginia Edwards Lorraine Fox T! G John Heidbreder Sergeant-at-Arms en anz Bernard Goodman Rudolph Gross Bob Horwitz Betty Ann Ingham VVa1lace Klein Page Seventy-four count of the news of the week. Naomi Leonson June Librach Bill Moore Dolores Powers Gwendolyn Powers Arthur Roufa Herbert Ruhe Norma Schneider Morton Schwartz lrwin Shore Sylvia VVex1er Esther W'ohl irieteeri lHIHlY-NINl Sponsor - lWISS LULU P. TURNER The Mathematics Club, whose purpose it is to study those phases of mathematics for which there is not time in class and to further the student body's interest in mathematics, adds another suc- cessful year to its record. The activities of the Club this year consisted of an unusual exhibit which was the center of attrac- tion at the Teacher's Convention and a trip to Lambert Air Field to study the importance of mathematics in the field of aeronautics, in addi- tion to the various discussion meetings. New members are chosen for their scholastic ability and by the vote of the members in the Club. MEMBERS Audrey Arndt Theodore liashkow Otto Bevker Stanley lioxerman John Brown Reid Chappell Rosalind Cook Herbert Cummings Jack Dempsey John Gilliam Edward Hardin Stanley Kaisel XYallace Klein Maxine Krlltli Natalie Iiipein Regina Lipein Helen Middleman Osborne Milton lrldward Mohme Leonard Mueller Ilob Newsome Betty Osborne Vera Pagan Stanley Pallas Tom Patterson Patricia Pederson Dolores Powers lialpli Qin-al David Robinson Rhoda Rosenberg Sam Salnikn-r Robert Thomas Ruth Vopqler XVentworth NVilder Mathematics Club Edward Mohme OFFICERS Leonard Mueller President Wentworth Wilder Vice-President Audrey Arndt Edward Hardin Secretary- Treasurer Audrey Arndt 1 atterson, Milton, Tloxerman, llashkow, lirown, Gilliam, Kaisvl, Salniker, Pailas, Becker, Hardin Cummings, Mueller, Osborne, Miss Tlll'Tl0I'. XVilder, Mohme, Thomas, Newsome, Dempsey Cook, lawierson, Middle-man, Ri liipc-in, Arndt, Voglor, N, Lipein, Kruth, Powers Page Seventy five Boys' Chemistry Club O1-'F1c:ERs lwesiclent-Neil Stueck Vice-I'1'csif1ent-Bill Barnes Sec1'etm'y-Stanley Kaisel Treasufreo'-Noble Hemker Editor-of-Retort-John Gilliam CCDLQ IlIHl I Sponsor-MR. M. P. SCHULTZ The Chemistry Club met every other Tuesday in room 310. The purpose of the club was to allow students to study phases of chemistry in which they were most interested and also to dis- cuss subjects which, because of lack of time were omitted in class discussion. The club also pub- lished a newspaper known as the Retort. Because of the limitation of the word chemistry, this club, along with the Girls' Chemistry Club, has reorganized into the Science Club. MEMBERS Monroe Abrams Hill Barnes Ted Baslikow Bob Carter ,lack Dempsey Sam Feldman Mark Gale John Gilliam Noble Hemkei' lioh Tlmnias Luntzer, lfelmlman, llevriiglim-l',Q', Carter, Newsvine-, 'I'l1omas, Stuffel Snkol, Gale, Kaiscl, Karty, Orenslein Ile-nike-i', Gilliam, Mr. Schulz, Stucrck, llarnvs David Honigberg Stanley Kaisel Daniel Karty ldilgene Lentzncr Hob Newsome Xvillard Erenstein Hob Sokol Kent Stoffel Neil Stueck Page Seventy-six been lVlQlQQVl lHIIllY-NINl Girls' Chemistry Club Sponsor-MR. M. P. SCHULTZ The Girls' Chemistry Club was organized for the purpose of stimulating interest in chemistry and to take up and discuss subjects for there is no time in class. This club, along with the Boys' Chemistry Club, has been reorganized into the Science Club because of the limitation of the word chemistry. OFFICERS President-Rosalind Cook Treraszwer-Patricia Pederson MEMBERS Helen Almvling' Marjorie liolunt Barbara Coe Rosalind Cook Mary June Killion Maxine Kruth Ann Miller Norma Obormeyor Pzitricin Poxlvrson Anne Ellen Szmilers Isabel Simon Virginia VonScln'enk Miller, Kruth, Mr. Schulz, Killion, Snnllcrs, Obermeyor Simon, Cook, Peslursoii, V. VonSc-hunk, Blount Page Seventy-seven Service lub Charlotte Alper Rhoda Alter Audrey Arndt Virginia Balliett Fharlotte liatt Eva Berger Lo Raine llertram Marjorie Blount Nancy I-iokern Lorraine ljorrson Marilyn Brodkey Elizabeth Campbell Anita Cohen Roberta Cohen Dorothy Conner Jar-k Conrades liill Cope Rosalind Cook Malcolm Chandler XVilbur Christopher Elizabeth Crisp Ethel Dannenniaier Nick Davenport Patricia Diekie Betty Donaldson Johanna lmnie Maurita Estes Eileen Farrar Virginia l+'arring'ton Ruth Feigenbanm Rena Felstein Ora Fleischer Sylvia Garber Lois Gilworth .lack Godlove Shirley Goldin Pelia Gorner-k Harold Green film IlIHil Sponsor - MISS BRISCOE Shirley Greve Bertha llriflin Jean Gross Norma Hawken Alive Hayward Betty .lane Helfriek Nobel Hemker Mary Virginia Hilmer Mary llughey Mary Ellen Jones Marianne Kammerer' Chris Keeler Virginia Kennan Mary .lane Killion XYallac-e Klein Ruth Kramer Gloria .If-an llasker lieverly Leidner Mildred Lemmon Naomi Leonson Naomi Levine Dorothy May Mallory Jeanne Marx Virginia MeL'reery Hob Mm-Elwain Kathyrn Meyer Hn-len Moore Mildred Newman lim-tty Niedringhaus Marcia Nudelman lletty Ohlweiler NVillard Orenstein Betty Osborne Vera, Pagan Anne Peggs Sheila llortnoy Marie Piccolo Theresa Piccolo Delores Powers Ellen Beichman .Im-an Rindskopf llavid Robinson Annette Rodenbergr I:-elle Routman .lat-queline Rowe Herbert Ruhe Marcella, Scissors Sylvia Rose Shanfeld Dorothy Sherman Ruth Shore Ellen Esther Silverstein Wilma Sims Charlotte Smith Sylvia Smith Jacqueline Sokol .lane Spiegel Marian Spieldoffh .lim Stacy Dorothy Stein Janet Tompkins .Iuanity Townsend .lane Trampe .lean Verbarg liuth Vogler lietty Von Sehrenk Delores XYahl lrmgild XVarmber .lark XVebb Marian VVeber Helen W'ickn1an Nadine Xvillingham Palmer Wind llolly VVilsor1 414-oi-,fzia VVooley Elaine XVu1fert Page Seiwenty-eight inciecn IHIHIV-NINI Sponsor-MR. P. T. CUNDY The Sociology Club was organized this past se- mester. Its purpose is to stimulate an interest in the study of sociological problems. Its activities include discussions of sociological problems and held trips to various local social institutions. Membership is open to all students who have studied sociology and have received an average of not less than 857 in sociology. MEMBERS lilxmlrx Alter I':1uIim- Kloinniun .In-:1 n Ayers .Xmiu bvllc- I'aIkc-s I.oIi:1ine 1Zf'l'lI'IllII Ilolorm-s l'owers Sllirlvy lriulwl I':lI lhickiu Ss-ynmI'o Grill- Morton Svliwsxrtz Sylvia Smith Iiutli Sullivan lbick Yornbron-lc Iietty XYulls Iiorotliy XYilliim4lnm IIzirb:1r:l Hill I':1t Ilinclim-y Ilvlty Ann Ingqliam The Sociology Club OFFICIIJRS Prcsirlcnt-Ilavicl Robinson Vi60-I,'I'8SifI67II-H61'b61't Ruhe SGCTE?ffl7'jf-TTCfLSllTl"I'- Marcella Harvey I-Iistmimz-Pliilip Sabin Pulrliffffy Mr11111y11'0'- Shilah Portnoy I'1m'1-rs, XIII-r, Xvlllllllgltill, Smith, Ilivwlil-y, ,Xyl-i's, KlL'lIIlIl1lIl,FXv2lllr I'1bl QlllllXll1 Mlm 1111 XII Vumlx Ymyilwml' VIII IIIII .1 A,-,. ': ': '. j, - - I . - x, 1. . 4-. hubm, 14.i'11.oy, lmlilnsim, llzlrvu In li llll ,, . Page Scfzienty-wirzz' fha llIHl I Skating Club Richard Dangerfield S ponsor-MISS LOUISE MALONE The Skating Club is a recreational club open to all students who enjoy this winter sport It was organized in 1933 and has had a large mem l OFFICERS bership ever since. The members go ice-skating twice a month and Close the season with a par ty Patricia Dickie , I Iresident MEMBERS Patrlcla Dlckle lin-verly Arniitngn- Marjorie Arniilzngl- Helen E:1rr'ierne Jayne U1'inlg'1,-s Marshall Brooks Iiill Buckles lizllph Blu-lcmfx' Maxine Clements .luzln Cohen lilC'll2lI'4l lJZlIlf.1'l'I'fll'l4l Pat llivkiu June Elder Mzxurita Estes Ashley Foster Catherine 1-'rin-1 liorolliy flriue Arthur Hurms-lin Howard Hirsrhi Ann Hofmann Peggy Horner Mary Huglwy Vice-President Ashley Foster Severeta'ry-Treasurev' Richard llange rfield . 1 Dorothy .Ivan lrwm 1 Virginia Krlmmerer Glenn Kirkpzltrick Anson Klziuber Arlr-no Knzibe l-Iarvm-y Kopmzln Russell Iizxtshaw Naomi lnzonson liobbyo liuvy Betty Osborne Shirley l'1-mberton Ralph Quvzll liverr-it lioywr Maru-llzl Scissors Olive Uuvil Sears Cecyl Smith Ruth Sullivzm Harold 'l'hom:1s .lam-t Tompkins Ethel Vogus Emily Ann XVilkins tlroslwrg, Fzirrnr, Lnlshanw, Roper, illvxw, Kirkpatrick, lmiign-l'Iivlul, Klziuber, lluafklvs, Iwiilgf-s Clements, Hofmann, Grice, lfolivn, l,m-onsfm, Foster, Qin-ul, Tllomzis, Gross, lrwin Osborne, Armitage, Knabe, Horner, Miss Malone, Scissors, Levy. Elder, Voges, Friel Barriere, Sullivan, Kammerez, XVilkins, Dickie, Smith, Armitage, Hughey, Sears Page Eighty 'LVlQiQQ1fl iHIHiY NINi Wanderlust Club Kolker, Blass, Nutt, Smith, Schrimpf il, Stein, ll. Shurniun, Garber, tliddan, Leiilinsky, Huscnbaurn, Tobaehnick, Reic-hnizin il, H. Shzinfn-lil, L, Sherinzin, S, Shzinfelil, Ueihn, 1-'eigt-nbzlum, Miss Melcher, Meyer, Gilworth, Uunnoi Funk, lmgaiiisliy, Rfisvnber, liinmlskopf, l'urtn0y, ilulmlin, Stein, l-Codenberg, Uhweilm-r Sponsor-Miss C. MELCHER MEMBERS Rosalie Blass Nzmnii Cohn Dorothy Cmiimr Rosalind Funk Uzirroll Dunning Sylvia. Edwurils Virginia Iililwuiwls Sylvia Gurbvr Dorothy Gimlslzm Luis Gilswnrth Shirley Gulslin Pziuline Klvininztn Muriel Kulkvr t'hurlotte Lzulinsky Mildred Lcninion lnivzigene All-lvlzihon Kzithyrn Mn-yer Ruse Dorothy Nott I it-tty Ann Ohlweiler Svlnizi l'og'zliisliy Rottye Polk Shiluh Portnoy Ellen Roichnirin Libby Reiss Edith Rice .Iezln 1-lindskopf Annette Rodenberg Irs-no Rosenbaum Himilzi Rosenberg' Sylvia Rubenstein Ilorris Scfhrinipi' flertrumlc Shzinfvlil Sylvizi Shanft-ld 'l'hi-limi Shzinfvld lloruthy Sherman I.vun:i, Shernmn llumtliy Stein Gloria Stein llrusillzi Smith Sylvia 'l'ub:u4hnic'k Marian XVeber OFFICERS Libby Reiss President Shirley Goldin Shilah Portnoy Vice-President Shilah Portnoy Jean Rindskopf S acretary-Treaxuireo' Rhoda Rosenberg Page Eighty one Ycholarsloip HONOR PINS January-J une, 1938 BRONZE PINS .Ioan Abbott Maurice Bernstein Audrey Bennett Wilbur Christopher Ethel Dannenrnaier Sylvia Garber Annette Goldberg Eugene Goldstein George Harlan Melvin Kolker Bernice Koslow Harry Lazarus Marlin Lieberstein Jean Pepping Dolores Powers Ellen Reichman Rhoda Rosenberg Balfour Slonini SILVER PINS Virginia Balliett Mary Elizabeth Banks Barbara Coe Bill Crowder Mark Gale Lynd Hanimel Eugene Lentzner Leonard Levy GOL Stanley Boxerman June Brown Richard Dangerflelil Jeannette Goodman David Honigberg Janith Maxwell Kathryn Meyer Gene Pattiz Patricia Pederson Shelia Portney Morton Schwartz Emily Ann Wilkins Doreen Zaeliarias D PINS Sam Salniker Sylvia Shanfeld Pearl Sterneck Harold Thomas Vifentworth Wilder FIRST BAR Audrey Arndt David Hennigan Annabell Jones Barbara Jones Regina Lipcin Leslie Loewe Helen Middleman Kenneth Schreiner Doris Stone Mildred Zimmerman SECOND BAR Charles Eckert Jeanne Marx Harold Oleon THIRD BAR Louise Bloeher Ruth Jean Hohmann Margaret Campbell Jimm Hall Marjorie Kammerer David XVinter HARVARD BOOK PRIZE Sam Salniker SCHOENTHALER AWARDS First Place - Rhoda Rosenberg Second Place - Ellen Reichman Page Eighty-two CCLQ IlIHl l HONOR PINS September-January, 1939 BRONZE PINS Charlotte Alper Malcolm Chandler Jack Dempsey Patricia Dunham Martha Fuchs VVallaee Klein Naomi Levine Mary Garland Maack Henrietta Mankofsky Isabella Marx Dorothy May Virginia MeCreery Bob Newsome Edward O'Brien 'Fheresa Pioollo Bob Sauer Rin-hard Sauer Virginia Von Schrenk Charlotte Smith Naney Speakes SILVER PINS Joan Abbott Ted Bashkow Audrey Bennett XVilbur Christopher Ethel Dannenmaier Sylvia Garber Harold Green Melvin Kolker Harry Lazarus Marlin Lieberstein Ellen Reichman Rhoda Rosenberg Herbert Ruhe Sigmund Seelig Balfour Slonim GOLD PINS Elizabeth Iianks Barbara Coe Bill Crowder Mark Gale Eugene Lentzner Leonard Levy Ianith Maxwell Gene Pattiz Morton Schwartz Jean Verbarg Emily Ann WVilkins FIRST BAR June Browne David Honigberg Sam Salniker Sylvia Shanfeld Pearl Sterneck Harold Thomas Vifentworth VVilder SECOND BAR Audrey Arndt Annabelle Jones Barbara Jones Regina Lipcin Helen Middleman Doris Stone THIRD BAR Jim Hall Jeanne Marx David VVinter HARVARD BOOK PRIZE Harold Thomas SCIIOENTIIALER AWARDS First Place - Gene Pzittiz Ethel Dannenmaier - Second Place -Janith Maxwtll lVlQlQQ1fl lHIHlY-NINl Km-vlf-V, Ilia-bvrstein, Ibamrmwfie-lnl, Ilum-ll, S1111-ck, ll:u'mzs, Ill-mker, 'l'lllllllZlS Kzxisel, Iluxermnn, xV2ll'llllJl3l', Shrmfelml, XY:1re, XYvbQI', l':1lkes, 4I:1rkl1, Hzxlnikvr, Swflig f:l't'l'll, Hzxllil-tt, Mummy, IH-llc-l'sm1, Munch, Mr, III-l'p.:'lmIn, Armlt, .X. JUIIOS, IE. Jonvs, Pzlltiz XvL'l'll2ll'g,', l'fmr'lnuy, Stunt, Mimlnllei-mam, Storm-4'li, Lipc-in, lvln,-yur SCHOLARSHIP Jolxzmnic Dunin John 4l:I1'tlI Noble llmnkcl' .IP2'lIlYlO Marx JXlll'lI'0Y Armlt Virysinizl Bullivtt xvllllillll T'3H1'Iws Stlllllny 1IOXt'I'lll111f'l Joe liurvlm Riclmrsl lJz1m,:'vrflel4l AIl1llI'll2l Este-s Harold llrevn .xllllillllfll .lime-s l3aI'b:nI':L Jonvs Gem: l':Ittiz LEADERSHIP C HARACTER SERVICE JANUARY, 1939 Elaine Millzlire Ilzlrolsl 010011 Vvra l'z1g':1n JUNE, 1939 Stzmlny Kuisol l'lII'istizIn Keelm' Marlin l.if1bQ1'St4-in liu,L:in:1 Lipcin Nllllj' 4l:1rlz1ml Mzmclk Kzl thryn I louise Mn-yor' Helen Mimlcllemzm l'a1t1'ic4i:1 Muollf-y Annabvllu- Palkos l':It1'iciz1 l'cde-rsnn JANUARY, 1940 Sum Salnikm' Elizzlbcth Wm Sch ll'Ill,L1'll4l XVZIVIUIJGI' Rll'll2ll'Ll XVI-im-hol I-Unk XVUIllVVO1'tll XYilLle1' Shilnh Portnoy Sigrnunfl S1-olig' Svlviu Hman- Slumfs-l1l Ruln-1't Spun' l,l'fll'l St9l'll0l'li Doris Stonu Nvil Stueck .Ivan XvQl'bZll'f2,' 3I:1r'::.:Il'eL XV:1I'e Al:u'i:m XVI-bm' llzlrnlll Tlmmzls Page Eiglz ty-tlwee faire num! National Forensic League OFFICERS President--Annabelle Palkes Secre tary-Mark Gale Sponsor-MR. E. F. ABBOTT The University City Chapter of the National Forensic League is one branch of the national speech fraternity. Members of this organization compete with other high schools in debating, oratory, and various types of readings. In order to gain membership to this organiza- tion it is necessary to get twenty points through interscholastic competition. Fifty points are re- quired for the degree of honor, 100 points for the degree of excellence, and 150 points for the highest award-the degree of distinction. ln addition to the above numbers, the following have points toward their first degree: Robert Barron, Jerome Sandweiss, Julia Singer, Lenore Fadem, and Milton Klein. MEMBERS Mary Mlizsxbelli lizinlis, Firxi Infyfrfe Robbie 1.1-v Johnson, Firxi llegree Di-uk Vox, Firsl llrfyfree lflixgviiv I.c-nlzm-r, Tlvirrl Degree- Henzi lfvlstein, First llegref: Stanley Pailas, First lifryrfw Mark Halo, Fourth Degree ixllflilblilll' l'2lllil'S, 'I'l1ird llflyree Arthur Hlwlitzi-x', Third llffgfrrfrc Uhzxrlotte Smith, First Ilrfgfree Pearl Slt'l'llCt'li, First Ilegrmf Hanks, Brown, Davenport, Johnson, Ross Cox, Singer, Smith, Mr. Abbott, Felstoin, l'ailas XYar0, Klein, Sandwoiss, Palkes, Hale, Lentzer, Sternevk l Page Eighty-four fiweieen Sponsor--MR. BUEKER The purpose of the Radio Club is to foster an interest in amateur radio theory and operating practice. Encouragement and aid are given those Working for their government licenses. The Radio Club operates an amateur radio system in Room 312 although the club has not yet gotten its own license. Membership is open to anyone who has an active interest in radio and will cooperate for the welfare of the club. MEMBERS Roger Kramer Irwin Mintz Ray Priest Stanley K:iiselfXX'9QBE Marcella Scissors Bob Kirk Ted Bashkow Pat Dunham Ora Fleischer Bill Skinker-XVQAEJ The Radio Club OFFICERS Iwesfident-Stanley Kaisel Vice-President-Roger Kramer Secretary-Marcella Scissors Tfreasurer-Bob Kirk Bashkow, Skinker, Mintz, Mr. Buoker, Fleischer, Priest Kramer, Scissors, Kaisel, Kirk Page Eighty-five CCDLQ HIHl ,f SCHOO ODE H Punish- FNDMH6 lEEWlLDEqJ??D 5oPHM0RE 7SSTUDENRODPRQQQQNL-LEc1EgDEQTION k 41 WH , ' ,M T4 W 9 7 g ikfsyg 2- . H j V T , H-X-,M ,K gy A B Q3 Z 7 J 1 , Q Li ,ry N ..'., li xi I Vx 0 M Z , if Y lfjfxfxl 'gl A 5 K , - x ,J"g,fl" ,ig f MN 219 E Q'35!'PsQfM?AV , 'f' 15. 1, 'f'f'Z:fQ X 4, W ,ff x Q f' ,ffjf 4 ff X YOOTBALL D!-XY BEFORE TH!-XNKSGIVING ky. U.cn'y 'nfs WITH WEBSTER 000K OF APPLIGD cuufvmqy ART , mm ,Q ,HER BISTRICT LUC:ff',f6 mom HOME EC0iN0+'f'fSH Room 51 , f Y HAMIONSHDP 6 co F M Wal! f -J'-X.: gi W V 1 N TAX? !-- '1,Z:5,,v N ff D -' ' q EQ 95 JJ X f ff! 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In the following pages, We give you a glimpse of the varied sports which the high school provides in order that these aims may be achieved. CCM UIHI ,i Suburban Co-Champions Sept. 23 Beaumount .........................,...... .,....A 3 3- 2 Home Sept. 30 Missouri Military Academy ......, ...,,,, 2 1- 0 Home Oct. Quincy, Illinois fnightj .... ........ ..,.... 4 I J- 0 Away Oct. Collinsville, Illinois fnightj ..,... ,,...,. 3 2- 0 Away Oct. Webster Groves ..........,..........,.,. ....... 9 -13 Away Nov. Normandy ............. .. ......, 10- 0 Away Nov. Maplewood .......,....... ..,. 6 - 0 Home Nov. St. Louis U. High ..,......... ,...... 7 -12 Away Totals-University City ...............i .,....., I 58-27 Opponents The backfield of Robinson, Funk, Schlesinger, and Blumberg was credited with being the outstanding one in the St. Louis area. On the line, Harvey, Hawken, Blelock, and Liebig was recognized, along with the backs, by selections on numerous All-Star teams. Ted, for the second year, was chosen All-District guard. Robinson was voted honorary captain. A new team, the Junior Varsity, was organized and played a complete schedule, winning five and losing two games. Outstanding games were with the iirst teams of Southwest, Principia, Ste. Genevieve, and Dupo. The Sophomores also enjoyed a good sched- ule. Nineteen Sophs and Juniors received school numerals. lim-k, Crist, V. Stzilt-y, Sachs, f1l'osbc1'g, Evans, li. Staley, Mueller, XYcinischk1-, 1111-clitzt-1', Steinbauni, Gollub, Stacey, Booker Cwu-li Muhl, li. Moloney, S. Kohn, Long, Miller, Munn, A1'nist1'om:,', Iilllis, Moldafsky, J. Moloney, NYilson, Rifkin, lNl1'rsman, Jenness Ur. Magness, Sl5llOll1ITl0I', Lewis, l-iurns, lllurnbcrg, Funk, Robinson, Sl'lll4'HlYlgQI', Appleby, W'olfson, Ausbcvk, Lavin, Hoinlcnricli, Andrews Pucllman, Rawlings, Tieckcr, Harvey, Rleich, Liebig, Blelock, Hawken, M. Kohn, Stone, 1lCl"2ll'lilI'lfl Ilcvker, Martin, Higgins, Mclntyrc, Klcinschmidt, Tzibzivlmick, Vzirlvy, Thomas Page Ninety tVlQlQQVl ROBERT APPLEBY, Back OTTO BECKER, Guard MALCOLINI BLEICII, End BILL BLELOCK, End RALPH BLUMRERG, Back FRANK BURNS, End IHIHIY-NINI THE LETTERMEN BUD HARVEY, Tackle DON HAWKEN, Center' MELVIN KOHN, Tackle JACK LEWIs, Back TED LEIBIG, Guard EDGAR MANN, Efml Football IRWIN MOLDAFSKY, Guard LOUIS PUELLMAN, Center ROBERT RAWLINGS, End BERNARD ROBINSON, Back HENRY SCIILEsINGER, Back JACK STONE, Guawl BERNARD ELLIS, Tackle GEORGE MCFARIIANIJ, Tackle STANFORD VVOLFSON, Back CALDWELL FUNK, Back JOHN LAVIN, Manager FRANK ARNISTRONG, Back STANLIQIY KOIIN, Iflml JAMES IXIALONEY, Guard Ii0I!l'IR'1' AITSBECK, Hrufk KENNETII LONG, 'l'ru:l.'le SIIALIC RIIRKIN, Back IIILL IJONNELLY, End IIICK MERSMAN, Venter IIICLAND XYILSON, Guard X7ERN0N IVIILLIGR, End The eleventh Indian team of Coach Muhl could have been his best, but tWo closing minute defeats marred an otherwise perfect season. In their first games, the Braves ran, passed, and kicked their Way to powerhouse victories over Beaumount, M. M. A., Quincy, and Collinsville, amassing 126 points to their Opponents' 2. The Big Four Suburban games Were hard fought battles. The Tribe, at Webster, enjoyed a half-time lead, but it Was evident that they Weren't showing the same power previously displayed. The alert Statesmen blocked a kick and recovered a fumble to Win 13-9. Back to earth, the Black and Gold then downed Normandy, hitherto number one team in the district, 10-0. Blumberg scored on a 49 yard run, and Liebig added three points With a difficult field goal. The second edition of the Maplewood-U. City peace pact Was held on the Indians' field before a record Armistice Day crowd. Opening the second quarter, the Braves outmaneuvered the Blue and White When Robinson slipped the ball to Blumberg on a neatly executed deep reverse from the 15-yard line. l 4 Dr. Magncss, Lewis, Bll'l72ll'l?IYlil, Puellman, Munn, Moldafsky, Stone, Ellis, Lavin, Mgr. Conch Muhl, Rawlings, Blumbc1'I:', Funk, Robinson, Si'llll'SlYl,20l', Appleby, XYOlfsOn, Burns, Com-li Schcmmex Blclock, Kohn, Liebig, Hziwkvn, Iicckcr, Harvey, Iileivh Page Ninety-one Tie Ill Basketball my Coach Mulil, Kolkor, Sim-lure, Eder, Moll, Hirsli, Kohn, Andrews, trainer Sauer, Mal-iam, Hzurtmun, Heiser, Sokol, Martin, Lepowitch, Steinbaum, rngr, Blumbc-rg, XYolfson, Gaines, Miller, Funk, Nelson, Edwards, Hurt THE LETTERMEN RALPH BLUMBERG, Forwzml RALPH HART, Fm-ward STANFORD VVOLFSON, Gum-fl NINIAN EDWARDs, F'wwfml VERNON MILLER, Center GEORGE NELSON, Fwy,-awl CALDWELL FUNK, Guard BILL CONNERS, If'0ru7 JERRY STEINBAUM, ard HAL!-1 GAINICS, Guard JERRY STICINUAIIINT, Jlyr. Dec. 9 Belleville .. .. .20 26 Away Jan. 27 Kirkwood ... 120 Ilomc Dee. 13 Madison . . . . . .21 22 Home Jan. 31 St. Ch:-irlcs ....... 27 llomu Dec. 15 lirinc-ipizl . . . . . .20 15 Away Feb. 3 Mo. Mil, Affaml. .... 17 Home Dec. 21 Clayton . . . . .19-22 Home Feb 7 Ritenour ......... 29 Away Ian 6 VVebster . . . .. .26-25 Home Feb 10 VVebster ......... 29 Aww' ,Ian 10 VVellston .... . . . 22 17 Home Feb 17 Maplewood ....... 11 Home Jan. 13 Maplewood ....... 1 8 1 5 Away Feb 91 Soldan ,.......... 34 1 lomo Jan 30 Normandy ......, 15 26 Away Feb P4 Clayton ......... 26 Away PRESIDENT RO0Sl'lVl'lli'l"S INFANTILE PARALYSIS BENEFIT GAME Jan. 21 Flevelzinsl ..............,...,...,........... 223-25 XV:1sliing'lon l'. ST, I.0l'lS lJIS'I'Hll'T TOYRNAMENT Mar. 1 lvlziplcwoml ................................. 21-20 at V. li. C. Mar. 2 U. II. U. ., .... ............,.... . ., ......... 22-29 XVasliing'lon l'. The 1939 basketeers had their ups and downs. High spots would include the record of three wins over Maplewood, a win over the champion Webster quintet, thrillers with Clayton, Ritenour, and Cleveland, and of having given the District champions, C. B. C., their hardest game in the tournament. Funk Was elected honorary captain. Wolfson gained first team All-Star selection, with Blum- berg and Funk being named to the second teams. The Sophomores developed into one of the best preliminary teams in recent years. dropping only two, one basket decisions, out of ten games. The Juniors had a 4-2 record. Page N nety two Illamtgefr meleen lHIHlY-NINl Baseball CIT 1 rvrwsm Cl gn' Krzinzbergr, llrzingor. Mzillivs, Berg:-r, Gritlirlis, KlllCll0l', Spiogvlrnzin, Frolir-kstieii ..-,T-...J Y.. . ,V-.g, , 1.,f-.J.. -. I 3 Nutz ll ull tl ' 1' 'sv iv oi A, udnrunls, L. lxolkt-1, Drummond, lliillips, Aaley, Xaxlq, L-mi, lalamlmlmli, Hemi l lm-rf, 52111912 Str-inbaum, Russel, Sn-vlig, Appleby. Kirkp:1t1'ick, Lewis, Sacks, Mr. lfzxrlr-5' Stel'nivkvr, Cole, I.c-vy, Urugzin. Xkhlfson, Rawlings, Hurt, l'llCll!ll2l!l. lim-cker With practice activities held to a minimum by early spring rains, an inexperienced but enthusiastic squad of 55 reported to Coach Farley for the 1939 baseball season. Missing this season through graduation are Roth, Russell, Ernst, Feldman, Pearlstein, Harlan, Kranzberg, and Mordich, whose loss greatly weakened our attack. However, invaluable experience was gained in practice games with Roosevelt and Central, giving 40 to 50 players an opportunity to see action. Back from the 1938 squad, which dropped only two league con- tests, are lettermen Bob Rawlings, Stanford Wolfson, Bill Creegan, Harvey Levy, Ralph Hart, Louis Puellman, and minor lettermen Bill Cole, Ralph Sternecker, and Otto Becker. After the first two games had been washed out, the season finally got under with an 8-1 victory over Clayton. The Redskins next played Blewett scoring a 12-8 victory in 8 innings. The outstanding game of the season, thus far, was with Ritenour. Playing against the top ranked team in the county, the Tribe came through with a two run, seventh inning rally to tie the score. Both teams had failed to score additional runs by the end of the 9th inning when the game was called due to darkness. Washington U. Freshmen furnished the opposition and managed to eke out a one run victory over our varsity. With the season half completed, Appleby, Kirkpatrick, Lewis, Seelig, Sachs, Phillips, Sauer, and F. Russell have shown promise in their service with the veterans. Remaining on the schedule are games with Kirkwood, Webster, Normandy, Maplewood, Wellston, and McKinley, to make the last part of the campaign the hardest. Page Ninety-fhfree LQ IllHl W State Track Champions With a veteran squad returning, Coach Henry Schemmer suc- cessfully opened his eleventh season at U. City by annexing his ninth straight State Indoor crown. The Indians, who placed in every event, totaled 51 points to eclipse the combined scores of their opponents by three points. For the second straight year Henry Schlesinger won the hurdles and broad jump championship, with a record leap of 22' 6", and Ralph Blumberg captured the 60 yard dash title. First place also went to Jack Meletio in the pole vault, the half mile relay team of Burch, Mathews, Wells and Blumberg, and the medley quartet of Boxerman, Mathews, Schles- inger, and Jackson. Dual meets with Beaumount and St. Louis U. next showed the fine all around strength of the Redskins. For the third straight year, the Indians captured both divisions in the St. Louis District meet. As expected, the Seniors easily took their title, winning by a margin of 37 points. Despite muscle in- l I, Roxerman, liurrli, Schlesinger, Blunibvrgsg, Mathews, Ellis, Meletio, Mann, Gzxrlanxl, Jack Page Nmety four tfneieew lHIHlY-NINl juries, Schlesinger took firsts in both hurdle races, and the broad jump, and Blumberg scored a first in the 220 and second in the century. Jack Meletio soared to a new record in winning the pole- vault at 11' 10 14", while Bob Spear tied for the first in the high jump. The juniors eked out a half point victory in their division. Trailing to the last event, the half mile relay team of Hirsch, Morley, Silverblatt, and Hazer surprised with a victory to provide the necessary margin of victory. The only other first place was taken by B. Eder who fiipped over the cross bar at 5' 9V3" for a new high jump record. Only the University City Invitational and State Outdoor meets stand between the Indians and their second straight undefeated season, as this DIAL goes to press. I Nlool bloom, E. Moore, Deutsch, Hirsch, Sucks, Blllmn-nfeld, Slonin, Stern, XVolling, Stzif-ey, Klimt Mil lllle Lecku Rlfkin, l'1'ig'g'c, Heidbrcnlor, Czisllen, Iiottman, Mei-sman, Spector, Grove, Miller, Klelnsclimidt Thomas Ausbeck, Tobaclmick, Sc-hwartzman S eil I ubieri, Hzirtmzm, Ellis, Munn, li2lXCY'lflill0, Mr. Svlwninim', Uoxermzln, Garland, .lam-kson, Smith Sim Ulf' Belangcr I iss Silxciblfitt, Goldman, Bush, Gaines, Eder, llrown, liurcli, I:lLII11b0l,L!', Sc:lilcsing.:'el', Mc-lctio, Mzxthevss Ilelcli Daily Page Ninety five CCDLQ IiIHl Intramural Medals Mr. lfzirley, Russel, llcc-kcr, lkfmllvtoii, Mncllityn-, Spiegelmzin Q1ev'nm'lu-r, Ubermzin, 1' l' tt'z, Phillips, Horowitz, li, Kolker, fir n Ping-Pong: Pearlmutter, Greve. Golf: Margario. Free throw: Garland. Tennis: Eckstein. Wrestling: H. Pattiz, Hoops, R. Staley, Phillips, Steinbaum, Russell, Becker, B. Inge. Boxing: Margario, Gorman, Bigelow, R. Staley, Pailas, Blelock, Becker, Liebig. At the close of each year Intramural Medals are awarded for amassing points through participation in the various sports. Mar- lowe Phillips gained the most points during the past year by com- peting in nine different events for a total of 175 points. Page Ninety-six mlm lHIHlY-NINl Intwmzuwzl Champions 4 l 1 ll. l'.1ttiA, Al.ug,.111o, 1.. l'.ilI1L, l.1m-bm-gg, bleruer-km-r. Horwitz, Grainger, Staley, Hoops, Pailzis E. liursn-ll Deutsch Ifldwzirds Hfxrlmzln in-vw' 'He' U' ' 1' ' ' ' T , , , I l I, 1 ic gan, hum, l ldlllilllltil, bpeigelmun, Mziiland, Mr, l arley lfl'2illZlJt'I'f.l', lflvkstein, lirmlsky, Plxillips, Steinbaum, Obvrman, IZ, Kulker, Gorman, M. Kolkn-I' With a greater number of individuals taking part in intramural competition this year, Coach Farley's program lacks only the inter- class track meet to complete a successful season. Despite limited facilities and space, football, wrestling and ping- pong gained increased interest among the intra-school athletes. Next year it is hoped that adequate arrangements can be made for these sports. Intramural Champions who have received the Indian Head Em- blem are: Football: Moulton, Adzick, B. Kolker, Sternecker, E. Pattiz, Spiegelman, J. Klein, H. Levy, Kranzberg. Softball: Creegan, Moore, Hartman, Boguslaw, Lepowitch, Granger, Oberman, B. Goldstein, Brodsky, Crist, Frelich, Sabin. Basketball: Phillips, Boguslaw, Adzick, Deutsch, Holtzman, Chodorovsky. Page Ninety-serc'n The IlIHl Hrevc, Eckstein, Manning, Pearlniutter, Cox, Edwards Coach Muhl, Zambruski, NVolfe, Huette, Long, Conradcs, NVomls, llall WVolfe, Buckner, Thonias, lfogle, Magario GOLF LETTERMEN Malcolm Asckenasy James Huston Harold Thomas Wayne Buckner Edgar Mann Richard Weichel Captain Malcolm Asckenasy won runner-up honors in the St. Louis District Golf tournament, while the team placed fourth. A complete Suburban schedule was played with but two close defeats -to Kirkwood and Ritenour-to mar the record. The 1939 team is in its building stage with Juniors and Sopho- mores predominating. Besides Harold Thomas and Wayne Buckner, the team includes Ed Magario, Ken Long, Jack Fogle, Jack Con- rades, and Richard and Earl Wolfe. TENNIS LETTERMEN Ralph Hart James Johnson Leslie Loewe Captain James Johnson developed into one of University City's outstanding tennis players--second only to former state champion Robert Weinstock. Jimmy's oflicial ranking was first both in the St. Louis District and in Muny Junior Boy's singles and doubles, and number five in the Missouri Valley singles. Besides Hart and Loewe, Wilbur, Eckstein, LeRoy Letts, Bob Loins, Sam King, and Tom Manning played in inter-school matches. The 1939 team, whose exact personnel has not been decided, is still waiting upon the necessary courts to play a Suburban schedule arranged by Mr. Muhl. I aqe Ninety eight l'VlQtQQVl TENNIS VARSITY Milllrefl ,Xll1lK'l'SOI'l Mziry Gurlziml Muzirk tloiwildiml Ilzmk llvle-n Middlmnzin lA'l'l0l'6 Iiuyll ARCIIERY VARSITY Iivverly ,XI'Illlt!lgC Mary Elizzlba-th liunks Iilizubetli Iiulus Ilorothy Conner Maury Jane Killian Vi1'g'iIIia Klursvli PING-PONG VARSITY tIefI'I'y 1'il'11IlI'lS H vlvn Hull Naomi Levinv 1':1t. Pederson Kzitlnwixie NVulf0 lHIHlY-NINl Individual Sports Pzltsy Mooney Pail 1'0L'lCl'SOIl Pearl Sternvck Maxine Kruth Jzmvtli Maxwell Fc-vyl Smith NVilhur Eckstc-in Iivstm' Pearlniullm' Mzlrluwc Phillips Eckstf-in, l,l?2lI'lIHlllfl'l', Phillips R. Uwlivii, l"I'ZlYll'iS, lic-ill, Levirw, I'vllcI'soII, Zzillirilz, lnslonlr, Hull, Gornvk, Shore Iiolcs, .Xl'IIlllIl,Ll'C, XVolI'a-, Smith, Cmim-r, Hunks, Krutll, Maxwell Page Ninety-nine LQ IIIHI or Riders Aiirlersoii, Solmlik, tlrunlller, Iizunks, Arniitnge, Henske, Scfhrimpf, Imvy, Irwin Kehrninn, Maxwell, I-'r:xnc'is, I,r-veritlml, U, Cohn-li, I l,. Young, 5. Folie-n, AI. Ilull, Duffy, Flalliett, Abbr limes, Cook, l'm-414-rson, .I. Young, Obersl:-in, lilr-Crm-ery, Grimm, Polk, IIZIXXYZIIWI, Su-in, Hughcy In the past few years the popularity of horseback riding has been steadily increasing with about fifteen girls now riding every Thursday and Friday at Westwood Stables. In the fall, picnic suppers are an extra feature, while in the spring the horse show is the main attraction, this year's being the third annual one. Although six girls entered the Westwood Horse Show in the fall, WI the invitation to enter the Maryville Show was rejected. Ifllennor Abbott Milclrefl Anderson Iiovvrlv Armitage Alzirjorn- .Xrmitzige Virginia Ilfilliett Mary lillizziba-tli Banks .Iuliu lifiia-s Rosalie Illzxss I,ilIiz1n t'lirists-iisen Nzlrnl Cullen Shirley Volii-ii Roszilinrl Cook llzlrrin-ll, Ibuutvh Irlva .lane Duffy Idilm-ii lfznrrzxn Page One Hundred Xlivi- ll2lj'N'I ,Ir 'Yu lim smith Max IM Rinrms Gerry I+'r:in4eis Bliirley llri-vo x xril -:rn llenske airy .llllf.2'll1'j' Iborolhy .lc-an Irwin -z Iii-hrinzin .Ii III Mililrn-rl LUIIIIIIUII Yzronii I,1-onson lin-ily IJ. 1.4-ventliiil mrolliy Ivlay Ullll Ili-vine rbi-rin Levy well 1 lVI411I'00I'V Virgini: ' t'lori:i Ubi-rsleiii Put l'e1Ii-rson Betty Polk Elezmor Reid Ann lflllen Sunil Doris Svhrimpf RK'Q.1'IllIl Sokolik Gloria Sli-in l'i-ggi' Tliivle Kzlthlnw-n 'l'o4Iil Nzrnvy Vogler .Xnn xvilltltl' Elriilue XVuII'erl Marion XVXIIIIIII Ill-Ion XVir-Imiznri .Iunis Ynungsq P 'ineteen lHIHlY-NlNl lnterschool baseball for the spring of 1938 had its climax at the annual sports day held at Ritenour on May 10. The play-day for Varsity teams took place at Wellston on May 24, and this event closed the baseball season for the year. The following girls make up the varsity team: Mildred Anderson, Captain Pauline Clark June Elder lietty Jane Helfriek Marcella Huck Natalie Lipcin MEMBERS Regina Lipein Nellie Lorton YVinifr'enl Marsh Pearl Sterneek Laverne Trauth Norma VVilson 21 Baseball xii? Helfrick, Huek, SfQI'Il6f'k, N, Lipein Trauth, R. Lipein, Anderson, Elder Page One Hundred One H ocleey The IllHl ,l The Interschool Hockey season was a very successful one for University City. Our varsity played four games losing only one to Maplewood. The team again had the pleasure and privilege of playing at Monticello Seminary at which time University City added another victory to her name. The following girls make up the varsity: Milmlren :XllIlUl'SlJIl1C'Z'I.Dt2llll Eleanor Abbott Joan Abbott Lorraine Blackwell Edith Virginia, Candy Selma Chodorovsky Martha Fuchs Betty Ann Ingham Natalie Lipcin Regina Lipcin Helen Mirldleman Norma Obermeyer Betty Ann Orwig Pat Pederson Ethel Prinster Lucille Sf-hoenfeld Evelyn Smith Pearl Sterneek Katherine Wolfe Page One Hundred Two imiew lHIIllY-NINi Volleyball Volleyball has been a faster and more skillful game this year than in past years because of the new rule which allows only three people to hit the ball in order to put it over the net. On March 28, a Volleyball play day was held at Normandy, While eight county high schools participated in the Varsity Sports day at University City. On this occasion our varsity succeeded in defeat- ing Fairview and Maplewood, but lost to Webster. The following girls make up the Varsity: Norma Qbernieyei Cupfa in Joan Abbott Edith Virginia Candy Selma, Chodorovsky Anita Cohen MEMBERS Sylvia Garber Reginia Lipcin Helen Micldleman Pat Pederson Betty Polk Pearl Sterncck Gerry Fmmflls Lucille XVzildman Polk, Vifaldman, Garber, Cohen, Abbott, Candy, Chodorovsky Pederson, K. Lipcin, Obermeyer, Middleman, Sternem-k, Franc-is Page One Hundred Three Basketball Basketball with its "zone defense" is a very popular sport at University City. CCLQ IlIHl i A varsity Sports Day was held at Kirkwood, February 25, at which time University City was victorious over Normandy 29-7. The game lost to Webster was our only defeat of the season. The following girls make up the varsity: MEMBERS Jane Rates, Captain Eileen Rrasier Martha Fuchs Je-an Kchrman Natalie Lipcin Regina. Lipcin Helen Midclleman Mildred Mueller Norma Obermeyer Pat Pederson Evelyn Smith Pearl Stornec-k N, Lipuin, Fuchs, Brasier, Smith, Mueller, Kelirnmn Obermeyer, R. Lipein, I-lates, Sterneck, Midmlleman Page One Hundred Foufr amiga, lHIHlY-NiNi Taberna Obermeyer, Abbott, XVoerheide, Anderson, Niedringhaus, Bates, Hayward, Voges, Ross Pederson, Andrews, Bell, VVolfe, Sokol, Dowdy, Branham, Banks Sponsor-Miss VIRGINIA DEAN President ------------- M arion Wyman Taberna fThe Workshopl was founded in 1937 by Miss Margaret Ramsay and a group of girls interested in getting deeper into the feeling and technique of Modern Rhythm. Under Miss Ramsay and her successor, Miss Virginia Dean, the group has received favorable comment and has had invitations to dance in several symposia in the vicinity, both for entertainment and education. Eleanor Abbott Mildred Anderson Elaine Andrews Mary Elizabeth Banks Jane Bates Charlotte Batt Yvanda Bell Adeline Brenham Mae Jean Dowdy Alice Hayward MEMBERS Gloria Lasker Patsy Mooney Betty Niedringhaus Norma Obermeyer Pat Pederson Jacqueline Sokol Ethel Voges Dorothy lVoerheide Katherine VVolfe Page One Hundred Five S quad Leaders Joan Abbott Mildred Anderson Elaine Andrews Beverly :Xl'lHltilf-IC Audrey Arndt Betty Austin Jean Ayers Mary Ellen Baehman Mary Elizabeth Banks Helen Barriere Jean Bass .lane Bates Margery Batt June Beyer Lorraine Blackwell Adelaide Bowman Adeline Branham Eileen Brasier Mary Lee Buettner Edith Virginia Candy Selma Chodoroysky Nancy Davis Harriet Deuteh Pat Elders Maurita Estes Shirley Finkel Gerry Francis Uatherine Friel Cite lilili I MEMBERS Sylvia, Garber Susan Geyer Sliirley Greve Dorothy Griee Virginia Hampton Pat Hinehey Mart-ella Huvk Mary Hughey llc-tty Humphreys Marian Instone Dorothy Jean Irwin Madine .Johnstone Barbara Jones Lois Judd Lois Juenger Jean Kehrman Nant-y Kelbaugh Arlene Knepper Jaequeline Kranzberg Nancy Landau Naomi Leonsun Roberta Levy Natalie Lipein R4',f:,'ina Lipcin Mary Garland Maavli Isabelle Marx Helen Middleman Jane Newberry Mildred Newman Gloria Oberstein I-Setty Ann Orwig Betty Osborne Shirley Pemberton Jean Popping Jean Phillips Marie Piccolo Shilah Portnoy Eleanor Reid Libby Reiss Edith Rice Ann Sansone Shirley Savnow Dorolh y Schneider XVilma Simms Evelyn Smith Lillian Sonierlad Jane Spiegel Marian Spieldoek Jean Verbarg' Ethel Voges .lane XVeleh Sylvia WVexler Ilellie VVilson Katherine Wolfe Georgia VVooley Marian XVyman The squad leaders are elected by the gym classes. Meetings are held once a week at which time instruction is given and opportunity pi ovided for efficient leadership. Letters are awarded to those who have shown outstanding leadership during the semester. Page One Hundred Six fgneim lHlHlY-NINl The Swimming Team Swimming started off with a fine intramural meet at the Y. W. C. A. in which the Sophomores led with 80 points, the Juniors second with 15 points and the Seniors last with 8 points. Uni- versity City then walked away with its two inter-scholastic meets. With a lead of 34 to 10 in the Normandy-University City meet be- hind it, University scored 22 in the All-County meet as Webster, Kirkwood, and Clayton trailed with 18, 8, and 6 points, respec- tively. So swimming ended as it had begun, in a blaze of glory for University City. 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