University High School - Bisbila Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)
- Class of 1938
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This fViari4s the -I-hirtieth
Anniversary oi University
pulblislied by tlwe Graduating
Class, University l-ligli Scliool
T is with great pleasure that we the Senior Class of
nineteen thirty-eight dedicate this Bisbila to our new
principal Dr. Carlson. We thank him for his interest in us
and we wish him much success and satisfaction at Uni-
versity High School in the future.
DR. WILLIAM S. CARLSON
E l938 BISBILA
E, the seniors of nineteen thirty-eight, want to
thank Mrs. Wettleson for the unwavering kind-
ness and gracious help she has shown us throughout our
high school careers. We wish her a most happy and
enjoyable leave of absence next year.
Mlzs, lXflABEL H. WETTLESON
Dean of Girls
E 1938 BISB
BABCOCK, GLADYS -
- - - Music
BERGREN, LESLIE - - - - 5061166
BOvEE,IDOROTHI' - llUf0Ty
CARLSON, WILLIAM S. - DiffC1f0V
CAsTLEBERRY,IDON - - - f75f0Ty
CURTIS, JAMES - - Pl?ySiCcll EduCLllfl0'l1
DRAKE, RICHARD - ------- - Md1flJ6m41?fiCS
DAOUST, JOSEPH H. - T - Mathematics
EGGERTSEN, CLAUDE - lg ---- ' HNUTJ'
EMBREE ROYAL - I - Pewvnnd
JAGKNIAN, MABEL - - Libfdfy
JEVVETT, ARNO - EWEUSIJ
LOBAN, XMALTER - - 51185573
MAGFADON, CHANNING - -, - , - A5 - 7 - - FVWCIJ
MAPE5, BLISS - - M496 - ij, 4'7wgi7QAL.2 - - Music
BAARLOVHL ELEANOR -------- ---- LHUH
MICHEELS, WILLIAM - - - Industrial Education
MOTT, GEORGE ------- Assistant, Administration
NELSON, MARGARET n1fA"3fn-"-1'-4 ---- PWSUWWZ
OBST,FRANCES- - ' Aft
PETERSON, DOROTHY ' Ollie
PETERSON, SHAILER - - 5367156
SIAS, MARGARET ,,,,:,- ------ A - Q -, - K. 3 Engng?
VAURIO, FRANS - ZQQKVQO -'fQfC!5Q59 - - Science
WALKER, MARX' jo - - - French
WALKER, VIRGIL .... Mathematics
WESCOTT, MARIE - - - OWU?
WESLEY, EDGAR B. - - HiSf0W
XMETTLESON,AAABEL - f3Wl514dW30f
WIK, JULIA - - - Library
YVH1, LUCY - ' GQWWHW
NVOLFE, LENORE - ' ' E'18ll5l9
GAGNER, MARIE - -
BOUDRYE, MASON -
SWENSON, ESTHER -
- Social Science
- - Science
THE 1938 BISBILA
43 German Club 33
43 ,l. S. Committee 33
3, 43 lfnotball 2, 3, 43
rack 3, 43 Stage Force
3, 43 Ili-Y.
is us lzrzizrlxomr' flour."
Breeze 33 Bisbilzt liuarrl 3 Qliclitor 413
Senate 3, 43 Acme 43 Glce Club 43
Hxlilftllilnj Drumzitic Club 2, 3, 41
Ice Cream Sales 3: Girls' Club Cub-
inet and Council 43 Motbt-rs' Teri
Committee lfillillfllllllll 33 J. S. Com-
mittee 33 Senior Class Plug 4.
"Tr11.rty, 1'iz'ir1, ffm' and tr1u','
sw't'irc jirxf um! L'im1m'.v.r, frm."
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Breeze 3. 43 Quill :xml Scroll 43 Glen
Club 4: "Mzu'tl1a"3 liezxux Arts Club
2, 3, 4, l71.imatic Club Z. 3. -ll l.ibr:ury
Board 43 Girls' Club Cabinet :xml
Council 43 Mntbers' Tun Committee
3, 43 Acme 4.
"In Wlllllllfl' qnivt und rs'fim'r1."
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Glee Club 43 'tlllarthaug French Club
3, 43 Dramatic Club 43 Library Board
3, 43 Girls' Cl b Cabinet and Coun-
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Breeze 3, 43 Band 2, 33 Chess Club 2,
3, 43 Camera Club 33 llrznnntic Club
2, 3, 43 Boys' "U" Club 3, 43 Foot-
ball 3, 43 Bu. etbzfll 23 Truck 2, 3 4"
Cll 43 Stage we 49 Motheisl .Ten Boys' Club Jiiuncil SPres.J 4,1 Wliesl
l omn ttee utional Honor Society. ding 4, ,,f R, , X 4'
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Glen Club 43 "Martl1a"3 French Club
3, 4 tSecy.J3 Dramatic Club 43 Lil
brary liozxrrl 3, 43 Mothers' Tea Com-
mittee 43 Girls' "CH Club 2. 3, 4.
"ll'l1ut flour trozfblu mean."
NANCY LEE BEHLKE
lirecze 2. 3. 43 Quill and Scroll 3
tPres. 473 Acme 3 CSecy. 4D3 Music
Club 3 tYice-Pres. -U3 Glee Club 2.
3, 43 "HMS Pinaforef' "Mikado"
"Mz1rthn"3 French Club 3, 43 Latin
Club 2, 33 Dranlatic Club 2, 3. 43
Library Board 3, 43 Girls' Club Cab-
inut and Council 2, 3, 4 CSecy. 2, Pres.
433 Mothers' Tea Committee 23 Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 43 I. S. Com-
mittee 3 fcillZllI'l'l'lHllJQ Sr, Class Play3
Girls' UC" Clubg "Three Cornered
Senat 1CPres.7 43 llrzl n 3, 4
tSecy 4 3 uns , 43 1 un Club
2 CS y , . 3 c tream Sales
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"A 1'r'.r!lf'xx .voirl A"I't'I' llffnlllfl I1iyl11v1'."
liisbiln Board Clius. Mgr.5 43 Senate
3. 4: llragmnan 43 German Club Z.
3. 43 lce Cream Sales 3. 4: Boys' "U"
Club 2, 3. 4: Football 2, 3, 43 Swim-
ming 2. 3. 43 Track 3. 43 Stage Force
2, 33 Boys' Club Council 4.
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lirccze 3, 43 Bisbila lloarcl 43 Quill
:intl Scroll 43 .Xcme 43 Glue Club 2 A
3, 43 "lXlzu'tlia"3 French Club 43
llcnux Arts Club 2, 3, 4 QPreS.D3
llramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Library Board
33 Mothers' Tea Committee Z, 3, 43
Girls, "U" Club 4.
"She is Iookvd for and culled for,
rzrkfrl fm' and .wuglzt for."
German Club 2, 33 Chess Club 3. 4'
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M ER RY CAMPBELL
Music Club 3, 43 Glee Club 2. 43
"HMS 1'in:ifore"3 ulxlilftllllllj Latin
Club 2, 3, 43 lJ1'1U11IlIlC Club Z, 3. 43
l.ibr:xry Board 3, 43 Girls' Club Cab-
inet and Council 43 Mothers' Tea
Committee 2. 3, 43 Senior Class Play
43 Girls' "l"' Club 4.
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Swiinmiug Zgrpick 3, 4.
XXV "Still 'Il'A1fl'l'.Y run limit."
liaufl 3, 45 Library Board 3.
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SHIRLEY CO HEN
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 "Martha"5 Drama
tic Club 2, 3, 45 lfothersl Tea Cum
"Tim paths :vc trawl load to
Baud 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Camera
Club 35 Math. Club 4.
"Bl1xrsi11g.r on time, little man."
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3: 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Basketba
lrack 3, 41
'lift' iscvartlz living-I lim' it
HELEN G RAYES
Band 45 Clee Club 25 French Club
Library Board 2, 4.
"S'1'm11licity lmx I1 rluirm all itx UTUII.
liaiul 45 Camera Club 35 Track
"A quiri boy '1l'1.flI 11 41111151 wily."
Herman Club 3, 45 Chess Club
CHXIICITI Club 45 Library lioaril
Girls' "IW Club 3, 45 Math. Club
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ll 3, 45
liisbila Board 3, 45 Glee Club 25
A'Pinaforc"5 French Club 2, 3, 45
Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club Z,
3. 45 Library Board 3, 45 Mothers,
Tea Cbmniittee 2, 35 National Honor
Society 3, 45 Stage Finrce 4.
"Sl1c' has tlzc' rarest .YFIIXU of allw-
Breeze 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Glee
Club 45 "Martha"5 German Club 3, 45
Library Board 45 Debate 45 Math.
Club 1Secy.l 45 Acme 45 National
"Nat fwliut 'rw gain but wliai 'IUL' flu,"
H ELEN ELMER
French Club 3, 45 Library Board 35
Girls' Club Cabinet and Council 45
Mothers' Tea Committee 2, 3, 4.
"QuiUl and 1'f'xw'1'f'1l."
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J g F ich Club 2, 3 43 Latin Club 2.
K 3 Dramatic 2. 3, 43 Librari
ard 2. 33 li' 5' Club Cabinet ans
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tj tee 43 Qfiil url Scroll.
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Quill and Scroll 3. 4 fTfEElS.lQ French
Club 43 llrauiatie Club Z. 3, 4 KV.-
Pres. fill ,l. S. Committee 33 Boys'
"UH Club 3, 43 Football 2. 3, 43 Track
3, 43 Stage Force 33 Senior Class
Play "Three Curuered Moon"3 lee
Cream Salef 3.
"An r'111u'41tf'd man kll0'ZL'.f marc,"
,l .XM ES KELSEY
llreeze 33 liaucl Z, 3. 43 Gernifm Club
.Z. 3: Library llo:u'rl 31 National
Huuor Srvcin-ty 3. 4: Boys' Club
43 Football Nlauager 43 Math, Club 4.
"Cra11v.r .rpwalc Illlftllfl' than :wr'rl.r."
French Club 4 fTI'CZlS.lQ Beaux Arts
Club 43 Girls' Club Cabinet and Coun-
cil 23 Mothers' Tea Committee 33 J.
"A :L-iniziny way, a plraxaizt xmilf,
dainiily 4I1'r.r.r1'rl and always 111 Jtylf.
Glee Club 23 HH. M. S. Plllflf0!'CuQ
German Club 33 Chess Club 23 Dra-
matic Club 23 lee Cream Sales 33
Boys' "U" Club 3, 43 Football 2, 3,
43 Stage Force 2, 3.
"Sv4':z, but .seldom heard."
MARY KOCI ,f , JN
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uizin 43 iileu Club 2, 3, 4, "Pina-
fnre," "Mikado," ulxlilfillilug German
Club. 2, 3. 43 Basketball 3, 43 Golf
Z, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Buys'
".-l lim' fallow, a jim' fricml."
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filer Club 4. "Blartba": licriuziu
Club 3. 41 llraniziiic Club 3. 4: Li-
brziry lluarrl 4: Girl! Club Cabinet
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ice 3: Natiunal l-lmiur Society 3. 43
Stage linrce 3, 43 St. Paul C1-utral 2.
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3. 43 llanml Z, 33 Math. Klub 4: S
Force 2. 3, 4. '
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Ilrueze l. 3, 43 Quill Zlllil Scroll 3. 4
lilcc Club 2. 3. 4, "l'i!I1AfuI'c.l' ublilxl
mln," 'ixlZlYll'1iluQ German Club Z, 4
Clie-ss Club Z, 3, 43 ,l. S, l'muninittce
3: Nuys' "l"' Club 3, 41 Track 3.
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3, 4 "Mikado," "MartIia"3 Ifrcncli
Club 3. 4g Chess Club 2, 3, Dramatic
Club 4g Library Boarcl -lg Ice Cream
Salt-s Zg Swimming 2, 45 'l'rack 3, 4.
"ll'm'V5' has Icillvrl many 11 mall.
Breeze 3, 4g Band 2, 33 Glce Club
4 "lXIai'tha"g Dramatic Club Z, 3. 4,
Ice Cream Sales 4, J. S. Committee
3: Boys' 'ILM' Club 4, Ifootliall 4
fMnnagerU: Basketball 4 Clllanagerl:
Stage Force 2, 3, 4, Ili-Y ISccy.J .lg
lllistorianl 4g Boys' Club.
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l'1'ac:l: 3, 4.
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Bancl 2, 3, 45 German Club 2, 33 Boys'
"U" Club Z5 Swimming Z5 Ili-Y 3, 4
Stage Force 3, 4.
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Init, TWH. tlm very best of flzizfvsf'
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Ifrcncli Club 35 Mothers' Tea Com-
mittee 2. 3, 43 I. S. Committee 3,
"Sim is full of life,
slit' is full of fuzz."
German Club 2, 3, 4, Music Club 3.
45 Glce Club Z. 5, 4 "Pinafore,I' "Mik-
ado" HIklIll'll1IlilQ Dramatic Club 3, 4:
Library Board 3, -lg lllotllers' Tea
"I ilu Im! .ring Iwmilisc I must."
IOS Ii PI I PAGENKUPF
Drngoinzui 4g Glue Club 4 'lMnrtl1a":
German Club 25 Ice Cream Sales 3:
Boys' MUN Club 2, 3, 4g Football Z,
3, -lg Basketball Z, 3, 4g Track 2, 3,
4g Golf, 3, 4,
".-Itlilriil' fluff and iz likalnli' our."
JA M ICS P.X RRISH
German Club 31 Latin Club 21 Cllcss
Club Z, 3, LSecy.J 4: Football 33 Bas-
ketball 3, 4g Golf Z. 3, -lg Stage Force
"lI'ln'u put -ta the text
hu iluixv lux best."
Senate 3, 45 Acme 3, 45 Latin Club 2.
3 CPres. 33: Girls' Club Cabinet :mil
Council 2, 3, 43 Mothers' Tea Cum-
mittec 3: J. S. Conmiittee 33 National
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Z, 3, 4, "Pii1afore." "Mikado," "Mar-
tha"g Frenuli Club Z, 35 Dramatic
Club 2, 3. 43 IceCi1-ani Sales 33 Girls'
Club Cabinet :incl Council 43 Mothers'
Tea Committee 2, 3, 4, J. S. Commit-
tee 3, "'l'hree Cornereml Moon."
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filer Club 23 3. 4. 'lPiuf1fure," "MikA
mln." "M:1rthzL"3 lleuux Arts Club 2.
3. 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 j. Ummm!
mittee 33 Hi-Y 3, f'l're11s.l 43 'S'l'ln'cc
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llnnfl 3. 4: German Club 3, 43 Klicw
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- .3 . Music Club 3, 43 French Club 3, fY.-
Presj 43 Debate Club 43 Math. Club 4.
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"Bays will bc !wyx."
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yy ard 43 Glee Club 4 "M: NURBERT ZEIAII-QS
LJ thu". 4 nch Club 3. 3 l,:xtin ' 1l
X 3,2 l.flHi2if,r"xl30lr1l- g:zxte'i4F'gN:l' Gernmu Club 2. 33 Cznnerzx Club l.
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fllce Club 2 "l'inz1fure"3 l'lI'6llEll Club
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filet Club 2. 3. 4. "l'i11zxfm'v," "Milf
mln." "5lnrthu"3 lfrenclx Club 43 Ilrzx
matic Club 2, 3. 43 l.ib1'zu'v Iitmiwl
Z. 33 Klothers' Ten Ctnnn1itti'vA43 Girls
Club Z, 3. 43 Xzxtuuinl llmnrr Su
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BARBARA 'IIXY I A 3 R
liisbiln Board 43 Glue Club 3, 4
"Mikndo,l' "M:u'tl1z1"3 l"rL-ncli Club 4
lieaux .Xrts Club 3, 43 Drxunutiu Club
43 Mutha-rs' Ten Cointnittc-Q J.
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PRlNc:Ess lXlARlh -
lJUKE - - -
:XLDX - -
"Death Takes a Holiday'
'lil Ili CAST
lJl'l.'Sl.'lllCkl by the Senior Class on May T. l93S
Directed by Nliss l7ig1neGlzmtx xml Miss llelene llilyer
- lcamle ,llirzcr
- llvtl-lfldlld Rose
- ixldlltivl' Lee Belvllze
- Pate Temple
- Tum l'U,vt0iz
- - .-lrt Seder
- .Yami-i' Brink
- Bob Karafg
- Dzldleli' Xclsmz
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Margaret Nelson ......
Barbara Taylor ....
Elinor Button... ..
Charlotte Brings ..... ....
Rosanne Stinnette. . .
jean Pritzker ....
Margery Levie ....
Sally jones .........
Nancy Lee Behlke .....
Margaret Dowell ....
Betsy Sheldon .....
Merry Campbell .....
Jeanne Miner ....
jane Reeves .....
. .Complexion . . .
Figure - Build ....
....Heigl9t. . ..
....Cl0'tlJes. . ..
....Da1icer. . ..
. .Pers0m1lity. .
jean Hunt ..... . .... Clever Comebackery. . . .
jean McGee ..... . .
Shirley Cohen .... . .
Nancy Spear .....
Helen Mills ....
Nancy Brink ....
More Late Slips .....
Larger Cherrios ....
An Easy job .................
Cushioned Chairs in Classrooms. .
More Otl Campus Permits .....
One More Chance .............
More Saturday Night Dances. ,
No More Detention Hall ....
I 9 3 8 B I S B I L A
. .Disposition . . .
. . . . .Sherlock Merrill
. . . . . .james Doerr
. . . .Leonard Lampert
. . . . . .Ted Palmer
.. ...Bob Karatz
. . . .Wayland Rose
... . ...Bud Little
. . . .Dudley Nelson
. . . .George Geist
, . . .Ward Patton
. . . . . .Pete Temple
. . . .Bob Breidenbach
... . .Tom Peyton
. . . .Les Venables
. ...Bob Norris
. . .Mary Davidson
. . . .Bob Norris
.. . . . . .Varsity Coers
. . . . .Those Who Failed
. . . , .Miss Wvik
. . . . .Pete Shayv
BACK Rowflf. Joliuxoxz, Klorvun, T. Arazlxwi, lf. zllliu, Huquist, Klein, Coffee, Alzlvu, Yozzrzgf, Strrzuxr, Clzutlnxm.
FOURTH Row-f-.'1lwImH, C. JOIIIISUVI, llovrr, J. 1'llr'r'x, l'l'l0U?'lI01lXL', Slnnllmlt, Smitlz, Birubergr, Koxvuliolfz,
V. Tlzomus, ,S'lu'fn1rrl, 12. Cliristiauxwi.
THIRID Royvf lf. Ilolwlvy, Healy, H0fmt'i.vft'r, lfr'uxt'r, Iloire, T. Abbott, Stt'zs'urt. Iftawly, Fzrrucll, Ilerlfwtirk,
.'lI. lliruu, nl. .S4r'liIr'x.vr'lmt111, Rabihrlirlc.
SEL'oNim Roxvf-tiolrlbtzrg, ,lIat'Gibb0u. Simpson, JI. fcsrxvsx, G. Bervivfurti, lf. Ilulxtcurl, S. BL7bCl'fl, Hcufmuu,
ll'ilIium.v, 'l'r1u:, K. Loug1yr'ar,J, A1lr't'.r.
FIRST Rowf lx't'u1rr', Gilman, Zcttle, ll'l'I-HIOZT, .lIt'IIonaIii, Mr. Castlclrerry, ll'ortl1um, ll'ir'xt, Clapp, E. STICIKTOII,
P. Slirmx 17. ll'I11'!more.
President - joHN lXlCDONALD
Vice-Presidezzt - - jOHN REULER
Secretary - - DOROTHY XYIEST
Treasurer - - - CH.xRLEs XYIETHOFF
S MR. RlCH.-XRD DRAKE
'Z MR. lJON.'Xl,D C.-XSTLEBERRY
A dvisors -
UE to the splendid co-operation between the student body and the faculty, the progress made by
the junior class was marked.
The boys have displayed skill in all fields of athletics: football, basketball, and swimming. The
girls have participated in many athletic events. lt is especially noticeable that the juniors have
shown themselves capable leaders and conscientious members of many extra-curricular organiza-
The biggest social event of the year, the junior-Senior Prom, shovved thoughtful and careful
planning on the part of the juniors.
The advisors, Nlr. Don ll. Castleberry and Nlr. Richard Drake. aided in making the school year
a success by lending their willing support whenever possible.
The members ol' the junior class are anxiously anticipating the coming year to assume their duties
THE 1938 BISBILA
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Si-Lx i-N1 ll Rim- llzflvluwh Hrigly1.v. l'i1!mt'1', llinixv. .llx'lf'1'7'.' ,'lI1121Ii'.'f1. Kizlilfritlnii, l:i1yf!t'7't'r'f, Knrlr, ffirzzztttlllrju.
Nix I ll Huw tulluf:.ti1r'l.mn,ffilmtin,lxri'r1ii'i',,Sl1fm',lfzrfifl,l,i't1t'f1,.lli'ItlHt14'r', ll rzimt.
lflylu Run- ,S'iniv1tf1z,r, .llit'f:1'I. Ilatff, l.ir'fr!. llH'1'nf1ilgn'11, lliffrlzilu, lliflhflz, tv1lfl:.i"l. .hiltilftl lfmyf, Ihlwirf
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If4rt'k'1'il Run' -t immiinx, lhfimfwxz, .X1t'uliH. fxtn'l.'tt'mlil, lwin'1'y, lxi'z11!1'i1nl.', .5lf'I1'V??ZtI1I, lxiizftwr, lxuxl. W
'l'lI1k1v livin' l?i1Hrt'!I, .'l1i'r'r'ill, lluilrf.'1'. li'fr.ti', Blztlzv, lx'limli'.v, l.i'fi'1.w'. Il'l1n'l4'v, lIiftfzl1if1f.fi', tfi't'v', .lIi'ff4't'. i
SI-Qwwlr RuwflftnfiIr'i't'f1, lfirftl, .Si'f1mi!:, ,X'nv11vii'r.w', lam Hi'rirt'1l, Sfwilfli, Cilfirry. Sliilnrmil. l'I114'. Tmlti.
1"1Rs'r Ruwf l't1gn', .lli'utli'r, 1jmf1i.v1'li', l'i'i1.ri', ff1flIn'u.r, .lIr.c, ll't't1li'xnzz, l.im1frr'r. f.lnr!:li'r', ,5ii'lIlL'.f.Y1'fWltIlI, Ki'iI'lzi'-xg
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In-U-l'ry5jt1p111 - - - - lun tioonsiri. lmixurvr ------- f.fXRl. Cfuximms
Scrrvlury - - - klw Simw .'lAfI'lXUI' - - Miss Nlxism. XX ET'I'l.Ii5UN
lflilili gt-tting OIT to a tinc start hy clccting Warren Briggs presitlcnt of thc class for the third
consecutive year, the sophomorcs xwnt on to a highly sticct-sslul season.
St-vural of thc boys won lt-ttcrs for action on the varsity athletic teams while some of the girls
arc mcmhcrs of thc rc-liormctl Lf lligh Girls' Cluh anti thc rest arc active in intramural athletics.
The soplioinorcs wt-rc well rcprcsciitul in most of thc uthcr extra-curricular activities ol the school,
sumo of them hcing oflict-rs of clubs.
Sopliolnrmrc class spirit ran high at intcrcsting class nicctings, a class party, and during the puh-
lishing ol thc class m-wspapcr.
THE 1938 BISBILA
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Sl4:vlcN1'i1 Rowf.X'r1lr1uil, I'n.w, ll'i'lli7'w', I3'lzrfurd, l'ugri.rI1, I.mi1i'.r, llrrlumrfi, 4 f 1 M' ' '4' ' '.
SIXTH Row- I5'ax.r1'mlr1!i', Slrzzzrriml, Clufip, .'Yu1.s-wir, ,lIi'.X'r'r'. .S'h1r1Hn'im', l.usln', .Silulzix ,
l'ilF'l'l1 Rivw-.Yuftulr'11, ,N'!i'm'l1jii'lil, .lIilli'r, Uuris, ll"lnlirJ, I'ii'rriu, ,S'fl:'i'r'mn11, llurivjs.
l+'41i'iu'H R1vw'-A-1:nIrr'.v.11z, Lmltrqll, Ilinmruiz, ,lIui'I7m'u1li1, .SiL'.Y'fUlI, !r.f1z.xvs. .llium', .1Ix'e1rrm'r'. I?m1z.rtii'u. .'
THIR1: ROW-llurpllillim, lldnfiv, llulguglnb, .'fl1i'z'Iy, Hull, ffzrnm, lz'i'x1.li'r.wu, lgmljs, .llymzm
Si-'maxim Row-F. Jiflzfl,-Wil. ff, Julurxmz, B. K1Q'lI!I, 'l'run'i!, Liilfiy, lllfllll, Qlilmirir, I-Iulilm, C'I1r'z'i'mn1r, llwuljr.
l'ilRS'l Row- C. Kiielixz, l.i'r'in, Fuliliirzx, Azrfffliizfliw, 'l'1nm:u.v, li'n.vi'zilwru, l?uli11ulm', Ruff. .l.'zri'n.v. Ihr: 1'.r, llms-i'5
V , 'F'
, fl ' Freshman Class
l'1'uxii!u11f ------- lim-.lmklciii IWCNEE
lr"'vlL'L'-lJft'5l4jL'III! - - - - lluwzxkn SHAW Tl't'AIXlIf1'l' ---- - - lirlwuk llE."xl.Y
SL'tifL'lt1I'l' - - - - Nwcgv .-XRNTsi1x .flilwwr - - Nlk. NlUSl:I'll DAOUST
lllflilf :ire about eigluy'-seven pupils in the freshnizin class of 1037- 38. Class meetings were held
once ezich quarter.
.X play. The lilzze .llumr wus presented in the spring quarter hy ll Cllsf niaule up entirely nl' fresh-
l5reshnien were well represented in activities such :is ilelxue, athletics, Girls' Clluh, and Buys'
Clluh. 'lihe co-presidents ol' the junior lligh Council were ninth glrzulers.
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THE 1938 BlSBlLA
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9 TUP Row'B. Srl1urmr'ir'r, Platt, Fridrll, Prrst, 51'ZUlll1S0ll, llultan, D. Nrlsaii, C. Rlimlrxr. ,fl
I ' ff THIRD RowfS. Taylor, Malmucy, Olson, Appel, Gmtwr, D. ll'ittm0rv, Iimmous. l I ' '41-1,-Lk
1 SECOND Rowfflcl Plainv, Powers, Bouthilvt, Dean, Fire.st011r', Martin, Stern. -
J f,,-fH' ij' FIRST Row-Epstein, Huge, flymes, T1'1fi7VLlll1, P. Sllcmizon, N. Nose, lil. Coddon, .S-f7'tl1l.YC. ,
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XS. A , Ig th Grade
President - - - BILL AIJIJEL Treasurer - - - BILL liMMoNs
Vice-Pre5ide1zt - - joIIN lNlARVlN 13145111655 Manager - - - GERALD ITEIRDEL
Secretary - - - PEG SHANN " ,Advisor - Q- - - MR. WALTER l.oBAN
A ' -H'-et
EETINGS are held every Monday. he tIez1surgr,col'l'eEts'tliefideaiai-bwenty cents every month
to cover the cost of all social activities. Christmas vacation the class went skating at the Hippo-
drome and, after skating, to Shannon's home to eat supper.
In February we had a sleigh ride which was held at the Whitmore's home. We also had a con-
cession at the 'Days of '49" called llospital of Horrors. 1
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, Secoxn Row-Sinclair, Sclzceartz, Srtcfr, Cullu , ,S'rrru, Stzu'rr', K. Lampert, J. .-flvlwtf.
f 'IIIIRD Row-A. Hm'.Wy, Bangs. Balvcfgl. Lym , .ll1'rr'i11, Kay, llamlford.
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President - - - - l:RED DAv1s Treasurer - ------ PHYLLIS ROY
Virfe-President - - - ihl.-XRJORIE BOBERC. 4dM.gw - mm, FRANZ VAURIO
Secretary - - - ARTHUR LAMPERT A LU S ' lMR.hllRf1ll.hVALKER
LTHOUGH the twenty-one students of the seventh grade came from many different types of
schools, they've achieved a sense of unity through a friendly co-operation and a mutual appre-
ciation of each other's interests and abilities.
Among the outstanding events of the school year were the field trips to a filtration plant, the
Minneapolis Tribune, and the lves lce Cream factory. They were happy to present a wedding gift
to Mr. and Mrs. Franz Vaurio. They also, during the course of the year, eagerly participated in the
activities of the girls' and boys' clubs. ,yy-5 '
One can well predict a successful future with such a fine beginning. ,'if""vs--
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STANDING f Koch, Davidsoli, I3Vl.llHS, Dunn, Lutlirop.
SEATICIJ- lx'i'v7'Cs, ll'c'ismau, Taylor, Brfiilf, Bray, Karals, flliss SI-11.9.
Associate Editor -
Feature Editor -
Album Editor -
Boys' Athletics -
Girls' Atlyletics -
Business Manager -
Art Editor - -
- NANCY BRINK
- JANE REEVES
- JEAN XX'E1smAN
- lvl.-XRY DAVIDSON
- - JIM DUNN
- BILL BRAY
- BOB LATHROP
- BOB KARATZ
- CHERRY KOCH
Advisor - - Miss lXlARG.-XRET Sms
HE name l'Bisbilz1" means little gopher. This time the year book has listened to the requests and
suggestions of students to give them the book they want. We hope we have succeeded.
E 1938 BISBI
STANIJlN1if1?HffUIl, 1.umfu'rt, lmiglitaxz, Kurrzts, Brings, Ltlfflllffl, HL'l1l'7Ylt1ll.
SE.XTlCI1f BtlI'7lll77l, Bt'lrl1.'r', llirnri, Scdur, lliiixvl, .lIr.r. li'r'ttIt'.vr111, Norris.
ANY new ideas reared up in this year's Hreeqe-sincere attempts of the staff to give the students
a better paper. Among these were: the picture page, a more liberal editorial policy, and more
and bigger dirt columns. Again this year the Breeze is attempting to 'lstay out of the red," but they
are having a hard time finding enough money to finance each issue. Financial troubles are inherent
in Lniversity High publications. The Hreege is bloxvn far and wide over the country, in that it sends
papers in exchange for other schools' as far as Seattle, Washington, and as close as Edison lligh, Min-
neapolis. The feature page has been adorned by many original compositions on t'Natur'l and Ustutf
This year the lireege was awarded "All-American" by the National Scholastic Press Association.
This is the highest rating given any high school newspaper. Not since 1932 has the Breege received
this high honor. Most of the credit for achieving this goal goes to Arthur Seder, editor of this year's
THE 1938 BISBILA
S'l'ANI7lNGf'Jl'UlI .lIt'Ccv, gVum'y Les' Brhlke.
Sl'.A'l'l-Ilbf A llllfj' Brink, fmum' .UllICl', Jean Hunt.
Presidevzt - - - - - - -IEAN MCGEE
Secretary-Treasu1'e1' - - NANCY LEE BEHLKE
ACh4E was organized for the purpose of furthering ideals of character, leadership, and service
among girls at Lfniversity High School
ln the fall quarter, the following seniors were taken into Acme: Jeanne Miner, -lean Hunt, and
Nancy Brink. These girls gave a luncheon and movie party for some children from a St. Paul Neigh-
ln the spring quarter, Acme gave its annual Alumni Banquet at which the following girls were
initiated: Charlotte Brings, Elinor Button, Margaret Dowell,Cherry Koch, Hermione Stewart, Betty
Heneman, Clyde johnson, Peggy Hedback, and Dorothy Wiest. '
The Acme Apple was awarded to the most outstanding junior High girl, judy Davis, at the
Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet in May.
THE 1938 BISBILA
TIIIRI1 Row- lIt1jlA'IIlCU17f, i'l'II'IImI4I1:1, IVIIIIJN, 'l'L'7Ylf71L'.
SECOND Row ,'1I'III.w'I1, H.t'I'ffIUff, Grist. I.f1ffH'Alf.
FIRST liIm'ff.S'I'4II'I', l'l'0I'tlIum, Lifflr, Burtmi, Hwy.
President - - JAMES LITTLE
Vice-l're5ide1zt - - ARTHUR SEDER
Secretary - - - - TDICK BARTON
Adz'i501' - - DR. WILLIAM S. CARLSON
RAGONIAX is a group of boys who are selected on the basis of character and leadership to act
in advisory manner to the faculty. The members are picked from the upper two classes by the
boys who were selected the year before.
Dragoman was founded in l93l by Dr. Charles li. Boardman, now director of student teaching
in the Lniversity of Minnesota and Dr. Oliver Floyd, now teaching at the Lfniversity of Wisconsin.
The meetings are held in the homes ofthe members at regular intervals. The new members are for-
mally initiated in the fall, at which time they are presented with Dragoman keys.
This year the most outstanding work done by the club was the acquisition of a room to be used
as a boys' club room. They also helped much with the furnishing of it.
The following boys were elected this year: Seniors: William Bray, Robert Lathrop, joseph
Pagenkopf, and llerbert Temple. The juniors selected were: Thomas Arntsen, john MacDonald,
Charles Wiethoff, Reid Wortham, and William Walker.
THE 1938 BISBILA
Srftxnixn. li'nIwz'11sm1, Slzulrlim, .'I. .S'i'lrll'.r.ft'11nr111, lf. Iiirtliuz, .lu111z.wri, Ilcrllvuck.
Sl-I.Yl'l'1lJ-ifilIIl'.V, Karr, R. Hirffou, 'll1ylni'. R601 05, Krrrlz. llrifigfx, t'1iristiai1st'11, Trizniuzi
Beaux Arts Club
President - - - CHERRYlioc1ii
Hue-l'reside1zt - - jixrsu Reeves
Secretary-Treasurer - - - CHARLOTTE BRINGS
Adwsnr - Miss l3RANc1es OBST
llli Beaux Arts Club is composed of students who are especially interested in art or art apprecia-
tion. Students are selected forthe club on the merit of some piece of art work they have sub-
mitted for judgment.
This year frequent visits were made to the art exhibits at the Little Gallery in Northrop Audi-
torium. A concession was held at the carnival where pop and sandwiches were sold.
THE 1938 BISBILA
STANIIINIZY l.vt'1'c, Ilziut, Ci, Johnson, Slwpnrrl.
SlCA'l'liI?f I.m1f1yzrar, J. .llrtIi'i', Ifvhlkr, .'l'lr.v. ll'1'Hlt'XfllI, Aiidarsou, J llinvr, Iflmrr, Camplivll, II, .SifIlLII'!, E. But!
Ion, .l1. Schmitz, Kovli, Brink.
Senior High C-irls' Club Cabinet and Council
lfrieizdsbip - -
Ilf'a,r5 and Means
- NYXNCIY LEE BEHLKE
ILAN HUNT, lil.lNOR BUTTON
- Nlhkkx' CAATPBELL
- CHILRRY KOCH
- NANCY BRINK
- - - IIELEN ELATER
- DOROTHY ANnERsoN, XIEANNE iXllNER
RGANIZED to further sociability and companionship among the senior high girls was the Qnrls
uh. livery girl in grades IO, ll, and ll is a member.
Guiding the policies ol' the club and planning the events is the Girls' Club Council,
The group's activities this year included a "Mothers' lea" for the mothers ol students in various
classes ol' the school, the annual Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet, as well as a number of informal
THE l938 BISBI
BACK Row-Smith, Robinson, Srlzmils, lJal1m'r', Cuildiwll, Barnum, R0l1t1't'S7'L'1ll, 'l'r'mfflv.
TFOURTH Row- Norris, Taylor, Bringzx, Bclillcv, l"ur10, Ill. Nelson, Geist, ll'ulkvr', Kuruts.
'FIIIRD Row-M'inar, Shazlbuldt, Calrlbury, Ilzztrliinx, Rosvizlialtz, AI1dC7'.YtIlI, Young, li. ,SxlIl'lllUIl, Rose.
Si-:Comm lQ41W'?.ll'1UFGid7l70l1, Button, Langfyvur, Bergman-, Hobbs, SPI-lllIt'fft', B. ,S'lii'lr1on, Brridmzbarlz, Camplwrll,
Duziirlsou, R. Button.
Flksi' Rowsfnlzan, Mem, Kedncy, Ciflmaxz, Brink, Stewart, Waist, Barry. Ti-imma, Hunt, Iledbark, Lm'z'c.
President - H ERMOINE STEWART
Vice-President - - .IOHN RUELER
Secretary - - - DOROTHY XYIEST
Treasurer - - - - bl.-NNE MEEs
HE Dramatic Club the past year, under the leadership of Miss Wolfe, has enforced more rigid
requirements for membership and limited its enrollment to forty-five members. The meetings,
held twice a quarter, were mainly devoted to business and entertainment, by the members themselves.
The Club this year has subscribed to the Tbespiaiz, a high school drama magazine, which is
available to any high school student,
The annual production this year consisted of one three-act play, Three Corizered M0011, instead
of three one-act plays as was formerly customary.
THE 1938 BISBILA
BACK Row-Ix'lioiIi's, .'lIiddlUlirool.', ,S'i11'erinan, JI. Loiifrycur, li'I!L't'lL'V, Vuupel, Summers, Iftne, Todd.
FUURTII Rowe-C. Anderson, Klafvoli, 'I'oIa.s, .'X'e1.soizf, Sclimits, .'lliL'lcr'l, Gilman, .lIi'lundcr, Dvilil, fcsnt'.v.v, IXVt'tl7It'j'.
'THIRD Row Hobbs, Slzaflbolt, Korli, lIi'r.rr'y, Healy, Surrill, lhwis, Hanagznu, llfiimrun, 'l':vr'f'd, Sliivly.
Smtonn Ijow'-Robitshelv, lllI1L'ff!'l7l7Ul!, Silverman, Buttiu, Miller, Bobery, ,lt'.YlIt'X.Y, Anderson, Iloblvx, Illirrs,
FIRST Rowf Bergman-, Lonyyfur, Abbott, Slivparzl, Cumplvell, Mis.: Marlowe, P. Gilman, ll'ie.vt, Dazfidxoxi, Colman,
C. Kzwfin, l'atfor.mn.
President - - DOROTHY XNVIEST
Vice-President - TNTERRIE CAMPBELL
Secretary - ELIZABETH SHEP.-XRD
Treasurer - - Paxson GILMAN
Cookie Sales Manager CHERRIE KOCH
Assistant Cookie Sales Manager - - ROY NELSON
Program Chairman - - - - - - - - PEGGY ABBOTT
Advisor - - - Miss ELEANOR P. TXTARLONVE
NDER the guidance of Miss Eleanor P. Marlowe, head of the Latin Department, the Club has
carried out its second year with as much enthusiasm as did the newly-organized club last year.
lt is fast becoming one of the Outstanding clubs in the school.
The cookie and cake sales have been very successfully continued this year, the proceeds from
which go to further the enjoyment of the Latin Classes. With the money obtained by the cookie
sales, slides will be bought to give the students a more thorough understanding of the Roman people
The Club's activities include a meeting once a quarter and are climaxed by the traditional
Roman Banquet held in May at which many Roman customs are observed.
The chief purposes of the Latin Club are to maintain an enthusiastic interest in the Latin lan-
guage. and to acquaint the students with Roman Culture and tradition.
THE 1938 BISBILA
STANnrNt,:-Ilvxzcmtrlr, Ktzmts, Ifnirtm.
Si-.xt'r.1n-,S't'tim', Iloftvll, li'x't'.rf, lft'ltl!:t', 191'r'n4t1.v.
Quill and Scroll
l'rcside11! - - - NANCY Lhu l3i1H1.K1L
l'icc-Prvsrdezzl - - - ALEX l.hlGll'l'ON
Seczvtrzzjt' - - - ARTHUR Semen
Tl'Er1Sll7'Ul' - - ROBERT lit-tk.-x'r1
fldirxoz' - - Mas. AlABEL H. XX'E'r'r1.esoN
HE Charles Boardman Chapter of Quill and Scroll was established at lf. lligh in 1931 asa mem-
ber ol' the National llonor Society for High School journalists. The requirements for admission
include work on a high school publication and a high scholarship rating.
Members are selected from both junior and senior classes. The members selected as juniors last
year include: Alex Leighton, Nancy Lee Behlke, Art Seder, and Robert liaratz. Members elected
into Quill and Scroll this year include: Charlotte Brings, Nlargaret Dowell, Robert Lathrop, Iflinor
Button, Cherry Koch. and Christian Rondestvedt. Seniorsg and Betty lleneman, Dorothy Weist, and
Peggy Abbott. juniors,
THE 1938 BISBlqLA
S'r.xNI11NG-' I1'1'llium.r, Barry.
Sr.x'x'Erm-Stizzuvtfr, Cirafli, llr'iIlnn'lc, Ljlocklvr, 15, Scliltunvvlrrztznr, llt'nr'mt111.
President - - PEGGYIIEDBACR
Vice-l're5ide11t lXlERRY CAMPBELL
Secretary - - - l3RANCEs CILOCKLER
Treasurer - - BARBARA SCHLESSELMAN
l'lE Girls' "U" Club was reorganized during the fall quarter with eight charter members and Miss
Elizabeth Ximmerli as advisor. 'llheir main activities were sponsoring tournaments and providing
noon hour recreation in the Womenls Gym, where dancing, roller skating, and ping pong went on.
During the spring quarter twelve new members were taken in, and were formally initiated at a
tea at the home of Frances Glockler. The new members, chosen for leadership, friendliness, and high
marks in gym work, were Nancy Lee Behlke, Merry Campbell, Betty lflawley, Berta Mcliay, Char-
lotte Brings, Connie Reimbold, Shirley Ann Boberg, Edith Sheldon, jane Lee Yan Bergen, Ramona
Button, Barbara Dunn, and Mary Schmitz.
'llhe aims of the club are to build up interest in sports among the girls, and to provide more
athletic activities for them. With the club funds, the members intend to buy athletic equipment for
the gyms. t
THE 1938 BISBILA
lhfie Row-Dimfz, ,lIt'lIo1n1lri, lf'm'I11r1m.
Sxlmvxn RowfTt'H1pIt', .-1r1:t.w1:, Bray, Ka1'ut:, Lilflw.
l"lurN'I' RlPXVfSL't1L'!', Bt'l1M't', Kfimtlhrill, Btlrfou, .llt'Lft't', Ifrinlc, Geist,
President - - RICHARD BARTON
Vitre-l'reside1zzf - - Tm ARN'rsEN
Secretary - - - - - - jma Goonsltl.
HE Senate is the student governing body at Lniversity High School. Meetings are held Tues-
day noons to discuss student problems. Questions of school and student policy, shortcomings,
mistakes, ideas for improvement, problems of morale, school spirit, and plans for the future are all
debated by the Senate, which then decides what is best for the school as a whole.
A typical verdict of the court this year is that tardy students shall pay penalty time in "Deten-
tion Hall" for each tardiness.
THE 1938 BISBILA
Barns Rowf T. Alvlmtl. Iiuttiu, li. Slmllloii, Jouvx, Koch, Slzepurfl, .lltn'ff1'7ilio1i, l1'eixf, flufvp.
Nirvru R0XVfIXY!l1lI7IltlII, l'!ue, Jvsi1r'ss, R. l.UlIfl.VK'lH', Ctiniplivll, lfmfzrixl, Slilxrlliolt, Truman.
l':l1.lI'lXII RUVV'1,V177'7'l-.t', lx'4'iml1olri1, Hz'fIImt'l:, lx'l1oiIr'.r, Klawoiz, llflirilllrlvrouls, Young, Ifn11d4'.vf'vr1t, Geist.
SI-1YICN'l'II Row- C-1Il'i.Vfidll.Yl'il, ff. Gilman, flIii'lv1'I, Qlleluurlvr, ,S'r'!11riit:, lfriulc, Taylor, B. Nlrvlflilil, Bvlillcc,
SIXTH Row4R. .N'4'l.mri, l,L1lf1'P'.fUlI, lf'f'i.vm41u, .S-!l"Zk'l1P'f, Nr. .'lIupe.r, 1fri'ug1.v, .lnr1ei'.wi1, lx'r'llm'y, ll. Lollffyeur,
l'lIIf'l'lI RUXYf1JL1jlL'lllftlff, 'lf Pulvner, S. .lIerrilI, K, Jlvrrill, l.e1'g1l1tnx1, l.ut.'1rop.
lfoi'R'iu li1m'Y,llr'tft't', Cleef, Smith, Slzanuon, lloluzvr, 5-10110, .S'1'mmou.r, lltirelvy, S11zr'i't'.
Vlllllkli Row-lI1l11fi'1'r, Zeitlly Jofiuson, fllillx, .llvurIt'r, Sptzeili, Lliliifiwll, .S't1gier, Lfrotlr.
SI-1t'UNll ROXY'C'U1It'Il, ,Sitizrrq ll'i1Iz'ams, llwwmurz, l'1'it:ker, I,v:'it', I?t'rri.vforrl, Darrell, .S'r'mpxo11, ll. Xelxoii,
lfiksi RlHYfSL't1t'I', .S-ff7ll!A'Hf', .llinmg Barry, .1I4'Kuy, Mr. .l1'ape.v, l'. 'I'lromu.v, JI. Dunn, lf, Ilniton, Hoive,
Prcsiderzt - - ----- - CH.-xR1.o'rTE BRINGS
Secretary-Treaszffer - ---- - GEORGE GEIST
Librariaiz ---- - - PAXON Gi1.M.w
flxsista11t Librarian ---- - - BLXRYLOVE ZETTLE
lflli Glee Cllulis production ol' the operetta A'Nlartha," given in February under the direction of
Nlr. Bliss Mapes, was the high light ol' the musical events given at Lniversity High
The leads were sung hy Nancy Lee Behllie, Leone Nelson, Arthur Seder, George Geist. and Bill
Clapp, supported by llelen Mills, Bob Lathrop, Margaret Nelson, Hermione Stewart, Boh Norris and
a chorus ol ninety.
Previous to the production of A'Nlartha," the Glee Clluh appeared in a pre-Christmas program.
THE 1938 BISBILA
.'Ir'1zf.fr11, Temple, Kuufcr, Barnum, Littie. Bray, Lrfvis.
The Boys, Club Council
HE original Council was picked by the senior high boys to represent them in school activity. lt
is made up of four seniors, two juniors and two sophomores. The ofhcers are Bob Barnum, presi-
dentg Bill Bray, vice-presidentg Howard Mealy, secretaryg and Bob Lewis, treasurer. Its advisor is
The first action of the Council was to refinish and refurnish the old Science ofhce and to
rechristen it "The Gopher Hole" for 'lBoys' Club Roomub.
lt raised some money, received donations and levied dues on senior boys for its support, which
it immediately turned back into the club room in the way of more modern furniture.
More recently it took steps to have the trophies engraved and the original superfluous ones
removed thus making room for the more deserving awards.
THE 1938 BISBILA
ll.u'K Row Jw Bt1v'm'!!.
'l'urkn Row-.'lli1m1, Clufrp, Ktzzrfer, li'nl1iz1.wl1. Slzixfv, Vrlnzlvlv, ll'uIlvm', Smit, Ix'im', I.i1mpi'rt.
S1-Qvoxu Row- Burton, Lutlirap, Trzmmn, Brf'i4Ir'11lu1l'1z, .'lItIZH'lit1IIf, Burnzzm, llvfIlf77l0V'l'.
lflksl' Rowv-Cuffvc, Norris.
HIS is the second year that the Gopher Hi-Y has been active in the school. At the fall initiation
held at the Y. M. C. A, camp on the St. Croix, joe Barnett, Ed liaufer, Bud Geer, Bill Clapp,
john Alden, and Pete Shaw were admitted. At a second initiation held at the Y. Camp, Warren Rose,
lfloward Mealey, and Barney Saunders were admitted to fill the quota of 25, as stipulated by the
The big step taken this year by the club is in the ollicial joining with the school. The best
remembered social event was the lli-Y liireside liling, which is to be an annual affair. Hi-Y spon-
sored a gambling house in the hllays of '-lO" Carnival, called the l'Pick and Shovel." Because ofthe
successful sleigh-ride that was given by the club last year, another one was given at l'2aton's Ranch
Meetings were held this year at the Midway in St. Paul.
THE 1938 BISBILA
BACK Row- Klafvolt, Ilvtllnttrlc, D07t'z'Il, Smith.
THIRD RUVN'-IJl1'Z'if1'.S'OlI, tllrlalirlrr, ffl't1'I'1'.Y, .Sitmt'art, C'r1mpIv1'Il, ZW. Nelxorz.
SECOND Row-li. Button, ll'visman, Hl'l'l'1..YfI?l'd, .4i1t1'z'r.wu, l?urry, fllillx, S. Holltwgl.
FIRST Row-Pritskcr, Hritigm, Brlzllfv, lltrivlvy, ,Visa Jacfsmrzu, Stitrrv, llulman, R. L011gr3't'ur'.
REATFD in 1927 by the Senate, the Library Board has become one of the essential and active
organizations of lf. lligh. The board members do everything from checking in books, cataloging
cards, and taking attendance to recording the number of reference books used daily and answering the
students' "Where can l find the shortest account of Mark 'l'wain's life?"
Membership on the board continued to be high this year when Librarians Mabel Jackman and
julia Wik selected twenty-seven students from the application list. To qualify for membership, stu-
dents must be responsible juniors or seniors with an average of "C" or higher.
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ILWK Row-llullvvr, J. Dunn, Kiiiifzv, ll'orfl1um.
'l'111RD l2OVl.'f17,lIl'f0ll, Stz'1i'r1i't, Ki'l.try, llritlmlf, Little, Kuruts.
SECOND Row e l'uyN1kap11, .S'cl1mi!:, S't'rIz'r, Brriiiciibarli, Barnum, Patton,
FIRST Row'fSt-intl, Keller, T, Abbott, Leighton, Cummins, Bray, Temple.
Boy! HU' Club
President - - ARTHUR SEDER
Vice-President - - CHARLES XVEITHOFF
Secretary-Treasurer - - JAMES LITTLE
Advisor - - - MR. jfxmes E. CURTIS
Y tradition, the liveliest group in University High School is the Boys' Club which is
composed of boys who have won their letter in a major sport at University High. During the
past year, the Boys' Club has lived up to that tradition in many ways. Much ofthe success of
the group is due to the leadership of Mr. james E. Curtis who has been the advisor of the club since
Dinner meetings held monthly throughout the school year have done much to cement friendships
among athletically minded boys. Other activities of the HU" Club include a dance after the Excelsior
basketball game, a saloon concession at the "Days of '-l9," andahighlysuccessful dance held during
the spring quarter. That the Boys' Club was also instrumental in bringing about more school
spirit was demonstrated by large crowds at all of the athletic events. Organized cheering was again
promoted by the Club and was under the direction of Alex Leighton.
THE 1938 BISBILA
ST'.KNIllN4ifKG?'Hf3, .-l14t'rlun'l1t'r, .lvllfffll-ll, Young, rllillrr, Holman.
. , . , , , , .
l Si-1.x'1'l4:I1-ll nrt, ll ulkrr, lxudt',vr't'df, I LINC, Dorwell, ll vixmuu.
President - - CHRISTIAN RoNDEsTvEDT
Vice-Presiderzt - - - - BOB YOUNG
Secretary - - lYlARG.-XRET DOWELL
Treasurer - - DOROTHY XYIEST
HE fifteen students who answered Mr. Loban's call for debaters last fall were responsible for the
Organization of the most active and successful debate club in the history of the school. From
November until May, debaters met regularly with Coach Loban and Assistant Coach Wagener each
Wednesday after school for lively practice debates, discussions, and forums.
During fall and winter quarters members concentrated on the state question for debate-Resolved,
that the several states should adopt a unicameral system of legislature-participating in practice
tournaments at Edison, Minnehaha Academy and Roosevelt, and inter-school debates with Blake and
Minnehaha Academy. ln the city tournament waged at West, LI. High tied for fourth place with
Chris Rondestvedt, Dorothy Wiest and Bob Young upholding the affirmative and Margaret Dowell
and Tom Walker, the negative. Spring quarter the club devoted its time to forums and debates on less
High light of the debate season was U. lligh's reinstatement in the National liorensic League,
after Margaret Dowell, Chris Rondestvedt, Tom Walker, jean Weisman, Dorothy Wiest, Bob Young
and Mr, Lohan had fulfilled the necessary requirements for membership.
THE 1938 BISBILA
S'1'.xNiuNi: Veviillvlex, Ixlwiztivfvfv, lfirymvr, Slrizre, Yoizngl, fllr. 1ini!iri'i', Ri1lIili'.VTA'l1'f, lliilmim, Allin, ifliiiilw, .S'mit1z,
Sr:.xT15n-'Il'i1Ikz'r, Iiurniim, C'l1r'i.v!1'i11z.rwi, lmiylliioii, lx'i'ri1y, Koch.
President - - - - CHRISTIAN RONDESTVEDT
Vice-l're5idei1t - - - ALEX LEIGHTON
Secretary - - - ROBERT YOUNG
Treaxurer - - - - ROBERT B.-XRNUM
lflli Llniversity lligh Chess Club has grown steadily during the past year, having increased its
membership to Over fifty. The club participated in the City High School League tournaments,
with Alex Leighton, Christian Rondestvedt, Tom Walker, Robert Young, Pete Shaw, jim Parrish,
and David Rondestvedt as members of the team.
An elimination tournament was held to determine the school champion. Alex Leighton triumphed
over Tom Walker to win.
At the end ol the season the ratings were as follows: Leighton, l 3 Walker, 21 C. Rondestvedt, 35
Barnum, -lg bl. Parrish, 53 P. Shaw, 61 Bob Raymer, 75 and Bob Young, 8.
THE 1938 BISBILA
BACK Row J. Spriiflm, Ii'orlc7I'oI+Il, lf. l,L1l'VI-XII, IP, .lI'mn'1mII.rI', .lII1I1tr'I'II, Kurli, Sflfllllltlll, l'ox.v, ,lIL'l'I'llH, .llI'NI'z'
f.'iII1ItI'al1f'y, Kzzlilmiuiii, lf, ll'11ifmuI'z'.
FoI'IITII Row-MIIlmIII'3', J. fiI.1'Xf, Oirliizrlz, .'lII'HI'r. If'cIII'IIlvlI'.v, ll4'IlL'W!AI1l, .S't1'rI1, B. .bif'l'llfA'II, IIIIIMIIII, xllduii.
l'I'II.vrI', IV. Row, Ix'I'i1IfraIIl.', Ifray.
TI-IIRII R4IXVf1fH17l'lUll.l', BirIIlvI'I'g, 1.t'l!lllf0ll, .l. ,S'I'lIlI'.v.rI'1nIIIII, ll'ilII'am.v, .X'I'l,wII, Bizrxirtt, Rust. lf. 1?IIzImIIII,
lxuilffr, ,Bt1II'!lFI', Ifairry, ,ll0or'lIoII.vI',
SEITIJNI-I RowfflIIz'rluII'l1t'I', AIII'I'II.v, lhmfll, l.I':'I'I', l'rit:l.'I'r, L'ollIIt:, Liifllrtzp, llllllll, ,S'lIIIn', J. Palmvr, lx'IIymcI',
FIRST Row- Holmaii, lirzismg J. C-lIl'l.YflUIl.ff'll. SI-limils, ffcixt, lXYl'IlA'gll'l', ,Bt1l'fUll, Liiilr, 17, Cl1I'i,riI'II1I.vml, Johnlxoii
President - - - RICHARD BARTON
Vice-l're5ide11t - - XXVILLIAM KRUEGER
Secretary - - j.mIEs LITTLE
Treasurer - IIENRY SCHMITZ
Advisor - - l':RAlJLl:lN Lucv WILL
NDER the direction of Miss l.ucy Will and Dick Barton, the president, the German Club was
I again one of the most active organizations of the school this year.
ln addition to the regular monthly meetings, hot dog sales were sponsored every two weeks, fur-
nishing the club with its only means of making money.
A German Clee Club has been started and coached by Bliss l.ucy Will and it sang beautifully
at the annual German Club party. This party was attended very enthusiastically by the whole school
THE l938 BISBILA
TOP ROW- C. lf0lI11z"51'CtIf. T, lllilkrr, Yairufl.
SECOND Row- l1'iv.vt, J. ,llizirrg M. Nvlxoii, .S'tr"zs'11rt, lfilliams
FIRST Row-C'umpbz'Il, Arni.vw1, Mr. Maprx, Bvlilkc, 1fUIJiI1.l'0I1
President - - TOM ARNTSEN
Vice-President - - DOROTHY XVIEST
Secretary-Treasurer - - BILL ROB1NsoN
Sergea11t-at-Arms - - ROBERT B. YOUNG
Advisor - - MR. Buss MAPES
RGANIZED only last year by students who wanted to "get together" to learn more about music
and music appreciation, the Music Club has had singular success.
Tom Arntsen, one of the two remaining Charter Members, was elected president, and, ably
assisted by Dorothy Wiest, who planned all the special programs, he was able to secure many interest-
ing speakers and artists to address the club at its regular six week meetings.
Under the continued guidance of Mr. Mapes, the Music Club looks forward to an even more
interesting and successful program for next year.
THE 1938 BISBILA
Tov Row-Silverman, Vuuahlc, Moorlzausc, Reinfrank.
SECOND Row-F. Iolznxwz, Miller, E. Fraser, T. Moorvlmuxc, Goodrich., Rost, Kelsey.
l+'iRs'r Row-R. folmxurz, flllin, Graves, Koch. Ilawlcy, Page, J. Cardoso, G. Jolrnsan.
HE U. High Band has had another successful year under the direction of Mr. Rudolph Anhnson.
The band has played at the football and basketball games and has given two interesting "Pop
Concerts" on November 24, 1937, and on May 25, 1938. The band has gone modern and has been
playing A'Swing" music as well as marches and classics.
THE 1938 BISBILA
TOP Row!-Rost, Ilawlrry.
Truim Row-Moarlzouxe, Coodrirlz, Venables, Rcinfrank, Kelsey.
Srzcosn Row-Xllliiz, R. Jolmsorz, Iirazmxv, Page, Cardoso, Mves.
FIRST Row-F, Johnson, Furnell, Christiansen, Koch, Fra.scr, Collars, G, Jolzizxwi
HE ljniversity High School Orchestra has been progressing very rapidly this year, the second
under the direction of lVlr. Anhnson. The music played by the orchestra was a delightful addi-
tion to the senior class play, May 7, 1938.
The orchestra attributes its rapid advancement to its small size, to some extent.
THE 1938 BISBILA
Toi- RowfSti11m'Hi', llulzt. R. l?i1r'i.v, ,'lIcGoz1gfl1, .llrlzllcn Lmlgfymlr, Iltzfirlcmiz, Kvimlmlri.
l+'ol'R'1'Ii Row-i1IcH1'lmlvo11, 7'1'ztmr1n, II. .lvt'I.5'UII, Cf lforlricsrwflf, Yozunf, lf. Sheldon, li'o.vc11lzo1I:, Iiorfzrixi.
'l'ulRn Row-,llwxv, fllirkcl, tiIm'l.'.'4'r, B. Slzulllmz, l'curx01z-, ,S'tc:t'i1rt. Taylor, Iirflzylx, .A1z1dur'.mr1, h'm1nr'y, B.
Slccoxn Row-I.r'ui'l1, Iflmer, I.LHIjlj't'lIl', lhzgfc, S. Iiolwryf. Alilvoti, llululzilrv, Baffin, llmlfuxrls.
lflRs'1' Row--tfulillnzrgf, lfcicvnzau, I?i'l1I1.'t', Barry, Jonixv, .'lIz'.r.v ll'tzM't'r, l't'ytu1z. ll'ull.'i'r, fiilmulz, Kurufc.
Le Cercle Francais
l'reside1zt - Tnomfxs PEYTON
Vice-President THOAL-xs XY.-XLKER
Secretary - MARGARET BARRY
Treasurer - - - SALLY JONES
Wllss lvl.-XRY jo XY.-XLKER
A divisors TMR. lxlACllADON
S TH E Cercle Francais was organized only last year, many students are not yet acquainted with
the new club. lts purpose is to increase interest in French and to offer added opportunity to
learn about French civilization and culture. Students who have taken one year of French are
eligible for membership.
The annual fete de Noel was held just before the Christmas vacation. Le bonhomme Noel Pey-
ton rather forcibly helped the children remove their shoes in which he then placed rare gifts, a la
francaise. After cookies and ice cream were served, French carols were sung,
During 'lThe Days ol' l-l9," the club staged a hair-raising apache dance, starring Paxson Gilman,
Dudley Nelson and Ward Patton. The show was a huge success.
ln addition to musical programs and several showings of slides, an uproariously lunny scene was
presented from Nlaitre Pathelin, a medieval French farce, played by Tom Peyton, llermione Stewart,
and Christian Rondesvedt.
The club sells caramel apples to swell the treasury.
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llacx Row-Cmzrlz C1U'!I'.S', .-Irnt.rr'n, C'nllut::, Kaufvr, Keller, Scott, Bray, Little, Kuruts, Barnum, I.t'7i'I'S.
Sncoxn Rowff, llnniz, Hulvrll, Palmer, Brt'idr'nfvut'li, llv07'ffldWl, .1It'.YN, l1'm'tlz0ff, Capt. Art Se't1t'v'.
Fiksi' Row-1't1gn'11kapf, Il'ull.'4'r, Burton, St'l1m1'!:, 'l't'mff1c', .S-ft"Il't1Vf, Pntttnz, B. Cfapfv, Kelsey, fllyr,
NIVERSITY HIGH finished the season in football with five losses and one scoreless tie. llandi-
capped by injuries to two of the first stringers in the first game, lf. High played erratic football,
seemingly playing their best against the stronger teams in the conference and letting up against the
weaker. ln two of the games, the team was beaten decisively, the other four being within a touch-
down or a point after touchdown of winning the game. Not being a heavy team, L. High made up
for its lack of weight by its fighting spirit, always a threat. Never conceding the game before it was
over, it played clean, straight football.
With the returning of several letter men next year, the prospects of a good team are in sight and
it is hoped that LQ High will again be on top, the position that they held several years ago.
THE 1938 BISBILA
l4.u'i4 Row Krufl, l'lf.v.r1tn1, ,X'i'ili'r, C'u-cizffttxiu l't1i1i'lll'uff, Cfui1ft'.v, f'llVl1?7Zl'lI.Y, C11-r'i1fvti1i'11 Little, laitflmp, Barton,
J. Sprtlflsii, tmirli C zrrtix.
Slwoxo li1nyf.lIi1in1ift'r' Hzmn, l:'i1y1ft'1u'1't, Ptifmcr, llzirpel, l?1'igm.v, Clflltifs, llimluzrrif, 'l't'mfft', lxX11rfi'f'. .lIrf.t'i',
l'ilkSI Rowf l9i1riii'ff, li. .S'fr't1ff.-41, lizmrfr, Cher, ll. Aluilinnii, 1i'i'1oilt's.
L'l'llOl'Gll L7. lligh did not win the conference championship this year, the team played
outstanding hall throughout the season and were only defeated fiye times in fifteen starts. two
of the defeats heing chalked up hy Hopkins. the conference champions. As usual the team took
one trip which this year was to Winona where theteam was handed a defeat hut which was later
erased when the Little Gophers played host totheir out-of-town foes and defeated them hy a
decisive margin. The team also played three city
high schools and defeated all of them including
Minneapolis XYashhui'ii, runners up to the Klill
City title. ln the district tournament the team ad-
vanced to the quarter finals where they were de-
feated by the strong llopltins team by a margin
of three points. With prospects for next year yery
bright, it is hoped that the team of next year will
carry on the fine work of the teams of the past
seyeral years and that the team will again he "tops".
lior their fine worli throughout the season, .-Xrt
Seder was nominated to the first all conference team
while Bud l.ittle was elected to the second team. -
Seder was also placed on the All District Team. liarrtm, l'f1gr'111cofvf,.S't'ilw', l.itt!tf,Cfot1m
THE 1938 BISBILA
STANDING-W"att.r, Randy, l'Vz'etl10f7, Klein, T. Alflizztt, Kulzlmuil.
Slacoxn Row-S, Merrill, II. Nelson, Ii. Fraser, Capt. Bill Bray, Stcmzrl, Alden.
'l'u1Rp Row-J. Merrill, Howe, Strouxv, Nicolin.
HE Lfniversity High School's swimming team had a very successful season. They nnished
with some very important victories to their credit, coming out with a Hve-hundred per cent
rating. They were under the careful guidance ofMr. Watts as head coach and Mr. Vaurio as ad-
There was a still competitive spirit in the team,
throughout the season, due to several members of
equal ability trying for each event. The diving
event was Well taken care of by Sherlock Merrill
who, under the supervision of Bob Watts and the
University divers, developed into a very graceful
and creditable diver. Other members of the team
and their respective events were: Wiethofl, back-
stroke, relay, Klein, dashes, relay, Abbott, breast
stroke, Nelson, back stroke, distance, Fraser,
breast stroke, Bray, dashes, relayg Stewart, dashes,
relay, Alden, breast stroke: j. Merrill, back stroke:
lflowe, distance, Strauss, distance, Nicholn, dashes,
relay, Reedy, manager. Nel5o1z,lVlerrill,13ray
THE l938 BISBILA
BACK IiUW'f.'1t'lC!'l'1'7I,ll1!, Rtmf, Rfzrlmf, Temple, Jlflcrrill, Nelson, I.l'f!lllf0lIV. lVaIkcr, ff0O!ll'ft'lI, Ncaly, .'1I1lmtt,
Barigfrr, .Sifl'7C'!17'f, S!11lllI1l'P'S, lfV0lli11er, Briumun, Little, Caarlz Cfzrrtix.
SECOND Rowf,'lIiddlr'l71'00k, Burxiirm, I"l1VJ'l-Sli, Bray, Latlrrop, IIufmr'x'.v!r'r, Howe, Roads. Slninnaiz.
BOTTOM ROXYf1IL17K'Il'j', Prrgfvilcopf, Crist, Palmer, Iaittwi, l1'hi!m0r'z', C'1rmm1'11.v.
GAIN as in former years the Lf High cindermen showed a great deal of promise and displayed
signs of having another powerful, well rounded team. The team led by Bud Patton, captain,
swept through several of the early meets and managed to come through in grand style,
Although losing the Mound Relays for the first time in three years the team gained many
points in the Metropolitan meet and defeated several teams in dual meets.
Several of the boys who have been outstanding are: Art Seder, Pole Yault and High jump,
Patton in the 4403 Karatz in the 220 and l00 yd. dashes and Mealy in the Broad jump.
U. High placed its hopes in the following boys:
100 yd. dash-Little, Karatz.
220 yd. dash-Breidenbach, Karatz, Barnum.
440 yd. dash-Patton, Merrill,
Half Mile-Leighton, Walker, Badger.
Half Mile Relay-Breidenbach, Karatz, Patton, Mealy.
Broad jump-Mealy, Barnum.
High jump-Bray, Seder.
Hurdles-Pagenkopf, Bray, Seder.
Field Events-Dunn, Geist, Pagenkopf.
THE 1938 BISBILA l
Back RowfCua'd0i1, Orlvwlr, Lctvix, lblzitmorr, f.-L7-ftlffftlfll B. Sprtzflra, D. .NYt'f.YUIl, B. Sclzzzrmvitw, .S't'lz1x't1r'l:,
Fiksr Rowflirorxmtiu, Iiootli, IV. S':t'l11:.m11, SL'1I1H'7Vlt'lt'I', Appel, l'1'r'rt't', Co-raptniiz Slltllllltlll, lftrxtmmi, l7!l!l!!t'H.
junior High Football
OR the first time in Lf. High football history six-man football was played. lt was played in the
junior high with a great deal of success. The boys were divided into two teams led by Bobby
Sprafka and Bud Shannon. Two games were played, both being won by Sprafka's lighting mites. The
six-man football plan worked yery successfully and plans are being made for its continuation.
GAIN this year the school was represented by a wrestling team. The team had several meets
with other city high schools and also entered several men in the state contest. The following
boys won places in the state meet: Scott, Breidenbach, and Barnum.
, Intramural Sports
S IN other years many of the boys took part in the intramural basketball games. swimming
meets, and touchball games, but one of the latest sports to be introduced to the intramural pro-
gram is that of badminton, which proved to be very popular and many boys took part. Again,
as last year, Mr. Curtis awarded medals to the boys who took in the intramural program and gained
the most points by excelling in the yariety of sports offered.
ITH four boys who can shoot consistently in the low SUS, L' lligh was well represented in
interscholastic golf matches. The team made up of Bud Little, Bob Lathrop. jim Parrish, and
joe Pagenkopf won all but one of their matches. ln six man matches, Bill Parrish and Roy Nelson
kept up the standard of the team, L' lligh successfully defended its Lake Conference Golf champion-
ship which they won last year.
THE 1938 BISBILA
BILL BRAY tCapt.Q
Scores and Lettermen
32 - - -
6 - - -
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28 - - -
l3lCK KELLER HENRY SCHMITZ
jim KELSEY tMgr.j DON SCOTT
BUD LITTLE tCapt.j
BOB NORRIS tMgr.j
HE l938 BISBILA
- - Washburn
- - Mound
St. Louis Park
- - Hopkins
- - Wayzata
St. Louis Park
- - Mound
- - Winona
- - Hopkins
- - Excelsior
St. Louis Park
- - Wayzata
- - Roosevelt
- - Austin
- St. Paul Central
- - Blake
- St. Thomas
ART SEDER tCapt.j
JOE PAGEN KOPF tCapt.j
CLYDE REEDY tMg
HE past three years have seen a great improve-
ment in the athletic program of our University
lligh girls. The scope and variety of sports
activity has been greatly widened so that it has
given the individual girl an opportunity to partici-
pate in the particular sport that she is personally
The program for the liall Quarter, under the
supervision of Miss Elizabeth Zimmerli, included:
elementary basketball for beginners: swimming:
both tap and modern dance, archery, and rifle
practice, available to those girls who were ambi-
tious enough to walk to the University Armory. Classes in figure skating were held in the Minne-
apolis lce Club and horseback riding was also offered to all those desiring it during both the fall and
The winter quarter is usually the high peak for those girls who take basketball. There were two
classes of basketball open, the elementary and the advanced. lior the past two years the girls of Lini-
versity lligh have had competition games against Derham llall. The girls have enjoyed this
immensely and it has aroused their enthusiasm over the game. This year the girls' basketball team
played Summit School instead, and, although we were conquered, the girls decided that it was worth
the fun to attempt to make this a yearly plan. The team is regretting the fact that it should have
won if the girls had had more time each week for practice. This they agreed was their only draw-
back to their opponents' advantage over them, Members of the first team were as follows: forwards,
Margaret Barry, lfrances Glockler, Charlotte Brings. Margery Caldwell, Celeste Tanz, Betty Hene-
man, guards, Helen Patterson, jane Holman, Marilyn llovde, jane Goodsill, Betty Hawley, Nancy
The coming of the spring quarter again oflfered a greater variety of outdoor sports. Elementary
and advanced tennis supported full classes. Many enthusiastic golfers rushed out to the University
Golf Course to receive able instruction from Mr, Stan Larson. Riding and archery again held more
exclusive groups. The tennis classes, while they were learning how to perfect their technique, held a
tournament for which they received extra credit in their classes.
The Girls' Club Linder the revised constitution arranged for many various and popular
activities. Several times during the year they secured one of the gyms during the LF. High lunch hour.
Sometimes there would be a period of free dancing for both boys and girls. Several times the
dancing was changed to roller skating and ping pong.
The pleasure that all of the Lfniversity lligh girls have received from the new sports program
has proved that the improvement and variety of sports brought them all a healthful good.
THE 1938 BISBILA
WE, THE senior class of University High School, realizing that the day of our departure from
this institution draws near, and wishing to leave the remaining students and the faculty of our
Alma Mater not unprovided for, do hereby sign and set our seal to this will as drawn up for us, in
token that it is our earnest desire that all property which has been handed down to us, or has orig-
inated with us, shall not die, but shall continue to be the possession of each successive class.
Bud Little leaves for 2269 Riverwood Place.
Cherrie Koch leaves her cleverness to Mary Schmitz.
Merry Campbell bequeaths her personality to Terry Shannon.
james Doerr presents Reid Wortham with his hearty laugh.
Charlotte Brings departs for Seattle.
Nancy Lee Behlke bestows her versatility upon Dorothy Weist.
Dudley Nelson gives, but with reluctance, his chewing gum to Lyle Hines.
jeanne Miner and Dick Barton leave together.
Sherlock Merrill donates his rosy cheeks to john Mees.
Betsy Sheldon leaves all the boys to hnd another girl.
Mary Louise Sager leaves in her new car.
Margaret Nelson leaves while singing the Italian Street Song.
Hermoine Stewart passes on her unruffled calm to Connie Reimbold.
Helen Mills leaves for Dartmouth.
Christian Rondestvedt leaves with his ability to answer the question before the 4'prac"
gets a chance to ask it.
Mary Davidson presents her scholarly ways to Frances Clockler.
Bill Bray leaves the swimming team minus a good captain.
jane Holman gives her brief case to any deserving freshman.
Stan Goodman wills his style to Sal Hofmeister.
Dick Keller leaves to find a more comfortable place to sleep.
Margaret Barry passes on her cheerfulness to Nancy Shadbolt.
Tom Peyton leaves the Erench Club without a president and Miss Walker in a dither,
jane Reeves grants her poise to Betty McGough.
Barbara Taylor passes on her good taste in clothes to Celeste Tanz.
Tom Walker leaves Bob Young to carry on alone.
james Kelsey donates his tuba to Howard Shaw.
Elinor Button bequeaths her charm to Shirley Ann Boberg.
Helen Graves wills her place in the band to Patty Page.
Rosanne Stinnette leaves for the Varsity.
Alex Leighton contributes his brains in Chemistry to be distributed among the less
Win Sturre leaves her two brothers to Ucarry on."
Bud Patton wills his dancing feet to Toby Mealy.
THE 1938 BISBILA
Les Venables leaves - poor Bets.
Nancy Spear leaves her flirtatious manner to Ruth Davis.
Henry Schmitz grants his 'lf P ! 2'5" to any one who wants it.
Wayland Rose leaves to join the Arthur Murray dancing school as a charter member.
Marjory Levie bestows her sweet ways upon Mardy Dunn.
Dorothy Anderson gives her needle and thread to Helen Swaboda.
jean Hunt bequeaths her vim, vigor, and vitality to Peggy Shaw.
Bill Robinson leaves the girls.
Berta McKay leaves her personality to Clyde johnson.
jean Pritzker wills her sincerity to Virginia Thomas.
jean McGee donates her "all-aroundnessn to jane Goodsill.
Margaret Dowell leaves a short but brilliant record at U. High.
Helen Elmer donates her quiet and reserved manner to jean McGibbon.
john Busch bequeaths his blush to anyone who wants it.
Bob Barnum wills his way with the girls to Tex Chatham.
Bob Karatz bestows his business managing ability upon john Reuler.
Helen Patterson gives her studious ways to needy seventh graders.
jim Parrish wills his quiet but convincing ways to Leon Birnberg.
jean Weisman leaves the Bisbila with a prayer.
Art Seder presents his sincerity to joe Sprafka.
jack May leaves with his saxophone.
Sally jones leaves - many regrets.
Nancy Brink wills her usefulness to Elizabeth Hobbs.
Paul Koentopp bequeaths his smile to Tom Moorhouse.
Leonard Lampert leaves and he is going over 30 m. p. h.
Shirley Cohen donates her good nature to jean Goldbarg.
George Geist leaves Mr. Mapes to look for a new bass.
Bob Breidenbach donates his blue plaid shirt to the Hrst person in line.
jim Dunn leaves and follows jean.
Ed Hawley wills his smile to any deserving soul.
Don Scott leaves with his vocalized trumpet.
Norbert Zeimes leaves Mr. Mott to Hnd another political scientist.
Russell Greene leaves U. High to become a great artist.
Betty Hawley presents her willingness to please to jean Carlson.
Pete Temple passes on his numerous accomplishments to anyone who
Ted Palmer leaves his smile and friendliness to Frank Miller.
joe Pagenkopf leaves U. High coaches to Hnd another "all around man."
jock Truman bequeaths his gentlemanly manners to Bud Howe.
Bob Lathrop leaves to join a newspaper as Sports Editor.
is capable of
Bob Norris wills his willingness to accept responsibility to any one who wants it.
Thanks for the Memories
NANCY LEE BEHLKE
Thanks for the memories
Of green and yellow walls, lunches in the halls,
And Mr. Mott when he forgot to say "as such"
'Twas much too much, but
How lovely it was.
Thanks for the memories
Of picnics in the spring, bomires where we'd sing,
The Sport Hops out at Glenwood and that negro
How lovely it was!
We all remember the football team,
The games we saw and the way we'd scream,
We even remember the crazy dream
We had, that they might win some day, but . . .
Thanks for the memories
Of report cards coming due
Pins shaped like a "U"
And saddle shoes and peasant scarves and fuzzy
Dear U. High, we're glad we came, we hate to
say we're through,
And thank you so much.
By These Songs Shall We Know Them
Let's Put Our Ileads Together - - Faculty
You're So Easy to Love - - - Holidays
Lovely One ---- - Betty McCvough
Gone ----- - - School Days
Mr. Ghost Goes to Town - - Saturday Nights
You Started Me Dreaming - - Betsy Sheldon
Street As a Song ----- Charlotte Brings
Darling, je Vous Ainze Beaucoup - - Tom Peyton
THE 1938 BISBILA
The Night ls Young -
The Lady Who Wouldift Be Kissed - - Ruth Davis
There ls Something in the Air - - Chemistry
I See Your Face Before Me - - Les Venables
I Can DTL'd7l1,CL171'fI? - - -
- Dick Keller
I Wonder Who Is Kissing Her Now - Howard Mealy
Yozfre an Education -
- - - - jim Kelsey
Why I Came to U. High
Patty Page - -
john Busch -
Art Seder -
Bob Karatz -
Paxson Gilman -
Leon Birnberg -
Ann Schlesselman - -
jack May - -
Roy Mordaunt -
Nancy Lee Behlke -
Pete Temple - -
Mary Louise Sager
Henry Schmitz -
Bill Krueger -
- Nobody knows
- - For inore fun
- To be in the class play
- - To play football
- - To grow up
- - - To ask questions
To learn all about liducation
- - - - To study
To get away from -wonieri
- - To have a good time
- - To take life easy
- It's a long story
- - - Still wondering
Because rny father sent 'me
- - In search of romance
- To be an office page
Meat CToughD jim Dunn
Candy tSweetJ jane Reeves
Eggs Cllard Boiledj Henry Schmitz
Coffee CStrongj joe Pagenkopf
Pudding Clllushyb Ward Patton
Bread CNecessaryD Charlotte Brings
Oysters Cllard to Getb Few Senior Boys
Soup fllotj Rosanne Stinette
Water CColdD Art Seder
the animals that crawled around in Biology, the
LEST YOU FORGET :
the day we started U High.
all our school romances and heart throbs,
the pracs, especially the one thatg
how we never learned to cheat fair.
the time we got caught at the Varsity and at Daytons.
when we used to park our cars a block away from
our spring time haven, the beautiful banks of the
the little bird that flew around at the j. S.
how we used to walk the railroad bridge.
snapping turtle, and the alligator.
the publicity we got in the Twin City papers and
even on the air after the chorus rumpus.
how happy we were when chorus was made optional.
the days we spent at the Union having our pictures
the street car strike and how we all had to hike CPD
when a senior girl crashed the "Sophomore Tintypes".
when the kids went slumming.
how one of us made the headlines as a stool pigeon.
the cute murals in the Boys' Clubroom.
all the parties and open houses.
how we all were entertained at the Hasty Tasty on
our football, basketball games and our swimming
and track meets.
the headlines "U High Ties to End Losses".
when a junior girl introduced "Ho-Hum".
when certain people wrote certain remarks on the
roof of a blond Chevrolet convertible.
how hard the staff worked to get the Bisbila to press.
1t's Love l'nz After ------ Senior Girls
The League of Frightened Men ----
- - - - - - - U. lligh Football Team
High, Wide, and Handsome ---- jim Dunn
Live, Love, and Learn - - - - - U. High
The Devil ls Driving - - - Leonard Lampert
The Black Legion - - - liaculty
THE l938 BISBILA
Mad About Music -
100 Men and Girl -
Mannequin - -
Manproof - - -
After the Thin Man -
Life Begins With Love
Love, Honor, and Ubey
She's Got ljverything
Invisible Menace -
livery Day's a Holiday
The Lady Fights Back
The Awful Truth -
You're a Sweetheart -
The Big Broadcast -
- - Bob Young
- - Betsy Sheldon
- Virginia Hutchins
- jean McGee
- jean Miner
- - Dick Barton
- Nancy Lee Behlke
- Poor Work Slips
- Leone Nelson
- jean llunt
- - Report Cards
- Marge Caldwell
- Girl's Club Room
The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo -
- - - - - - - - - - TexChatham
The Girl Said No - - - Christian Rondestvedt
Hurricane - - - - - Library at 3:20
I Met My Love Again - - - Bob Barnum
Three Sniart Girls - - Berta, Natalie, Rosy
U. High Reading List
Popular Mechanics -
Click - - -
News Week -
Tirne - - -
Scientific America -
Scholastic - -
Outdoor Life -
Look - -
Saturday Evening Post
Aviation - - - -
College Humor - -
Golfer and Sportsman
Arts and Decoration -
- Wayland Rose
- Margaret Barry
- Bob Norris
- jean Hunt
- Sally jones
- Bill Robinson
- - - Breeze
- - - Detention
- - Alex Leighton
- River Bank
- Dick Keller
- Pete Temple
- llasty Tasty
- Len Lampert
- llenry Schmitz
- lilinor Button
- Cherry Koch
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