University High School - Bisbila Yearbook (Minneapolis, MN)

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xg F, fmt- ,X Qgfm fAAu ,N -bf A XXV LL,, fCf FZ' ,J 1 Lf! -,pg 5!5l4.L,,L ff ff Aff ' fifif X fulfil EHE 1939 BISBIEH SHED BY THE SEHIUH IIEHSS UE UHIVEHSIEY HIGHS HTIHHEHPUEIS, EHIHHESUEH F 1 I DR. llllllllllll S. lIHlllSUll, lllllllllllll Dr. William S. Carlson knows his stones W in lact, Stone is probably his mitltlle name. lle earned a Doetor ol' Philosophy degree at Michigan with a thesis in geology and was chosen as a member ol' an expedition sponsored by the lniversity of Nlieliigan to malte an aerological antl geological survey in Greenland, an expetlition which lastetl fourteen months. Later he went on another expedition to Greenland sponsored by the L'niversity ol' Michigan :intl Carnegie Institute. lle stutlietl some more geology at the Lfniversity at Copenhagen but Lniversity lligh School owes its gootl lortune in having him Director to the laet that he has been absorbetl also in the stutly of the science ol' education f at Michigan antl Columbia. lle has held teaching posts at the Lfniversity ol Michigan antl has been principal ol' schools at Wakefield and lfast Lansing, Mieliigan. The lixplort-r's Club has matle him a member. and the American Scandinavian l5oun- dation has honoretl him with a lfellowship. With all his honors Dr. Carlson is still a young man and is obviously tlestinetl for greater things to come. 'l'he members ol' the Class ol' N730 have every reason to be proutl ol their tlistinguishetl tlireetor. lHlUES E. UUllllS, UEHU UF BUYS 'l'o Nlr. blames E. Curtis, Dean ol' Boys and Coach of Athletics, the Senior Class dedicates the N730 Bishila. Mr. Curtis was himself a graduate ol the Lniversity lligh School and ol' the L7niversity ol' Minnesota. lflis Master of Arts degree he received at the Llniversity of Wisconsin, and at present he is working lor the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, the requirements lor which he has almost completely' lullilled. ,Xlter heing graduated lroni the tmvu-sity. Klr. Curtis tilled lor two years the position of Athletic Director and Coach at the State 'lieachers' College of Madison. South Dakota. lt was in the following year, l03l, that he came to this school. Where lor eight years he has played a most important role, that ol' directing and guiding the hoys in their athletic activities and ot coaching all sports. Last year an additional duty was imposed upon him A a new ollice in the school g that ol' Dean ol' Boys. ln addition to his ollicial obligations, Mr. Curtis enjoys greatly hunting, fishing, and, ol' course, all kinds ol' sports. BABCOCK, GLADYS W. - BOUDRYE, MASON R. - BOVEE, DOROTHY ANNICE BOvIM,CONSTANcE M. - CARLSON, VVYILLIAM S. - CASTLEBERRY, DON - CURTIS,jAMES E. - DAOUST, JOSEPH H. DRAKE, RICHARD M. EGGERTSEN, CLAUDE GANNON, DOROTHY HAGEN, XMALDEMAR NIACKMAN, MABEL E. JEWETT, ARNO - - JOHNSON, KATHRYN KEHL, RAYMOND - - KRUMVVIEDE, LUROY LOBAN, WALTER D. - MACFADON, CHANNING MCCUNE, GEORGE - MARLOWE, ELEANOR - MICHEELS, XVILLIAM j. NELSON, MARGARET FACULTY via. - -www T I ' - Home Economics - - -Science - - History - Physical Education - - - Director - History - Boys'Ad'uiser - Mathematics - Mathematics - History - - Oiice - Personnel - Library - English - Music - English - Music - English -French - History - - - - Latin Industrial Education - - Girls'Ad'uiser OBST, FRANCES - - - Art PETERSON, SHAILER Science POLGA, B. j. - - - Science SHAFER, HUGH M. - Personnel SILLIMAN, EVELYN - Library VAURIO, FRANS - - Science VOELKER, GERALD - - English WALKER, MARY JO - - French WALKER, VIRGIL - - Mathematics WESCOTT, MARIE - - - Office WILL, LUCY - - German T H E I 9 3 9 PAGE 6 R5 lirls' Flub l"ubiuet and Council 43 Hoi'- muu Club Z3 iilee Club 2, 3, 45 "Mik:ullx"g 2, 3. llrcczc 2, 3, 4 CNews JEd.,45g Acuu-x-lg Quill :lull Scroll 4i1,LGi1'lS' Club Vxibiucl l lllil Vluulcil 4 Ufrezis. 453 l7I'L'IICll Club 3, 3. 4 ll're-S. 453 Latin fflul! 3: Mlnlu-rs' F014 fiflllliviittvc 2. 33 Library lllmzirll 3, .FZ Vliew l'lub 2, 5. 43 f':um'r:i l'lub J. 3: liirls' l'lub 4: lulziss Plliy 4. I CUNNIXCLTTAM l'llA'l'lIAN1 EIJXVIN ISRAVKNICY 'Milf'-IJ" HIM, I.llriu C'lub 2 CTi'e:ls. 251 l"I'l'!lCl1 l'lub 41 xy:lgmmI.H Minh I , Q lli-Y 43 Tech 4'lub lg liillltl l, 2, jg " ' " U llltl':muu'ul Spurts l. 'spwm ZX mimi' hm 'HINIW UVMIH' V "lll".v Iiftll' lllzll 1ll"x ':l'z'.vt', a twrllr .2 lxllxlcjulzllc .Xl1I3O'l"l' U 'l'lloMslwN lxlslalvlv .lpw-, HTOWU Breeze 2. 3, 4 flicwritc lifl. 45: Acme -lg llisbilsi 43 Glee Klub 2. .lg "Ml no Quill :lull Scroll 3. 4 lllrcs. 45: llrzuuzllic "5lzu'tl1:l": French Club J: 'lk 1 l J Club 43 l.:itiu Club Z. 3, 45 l71'l'11Cl1f'll1ll 1. 2: 'Al"' Club J, 3, 4: 5VVll1lYl1l Z, 3. 43 l.ibr:ll'y lluurll Z3 Mlltlll-rs' Tull 5, 4: ill!'ZlCl-C 2. 3, 4: Al-'llllllmull 4 lu i Vllrllliiiltl-u .53 lllmu-cllmiug Cluimiittcl- 43 ullu'ul Sports 1. Z, X. liirlx' Vlub l'llbim-t :null Council 4. "l,'l'1ll'l'llllxv xpl'lll.'x'xlfl llllv y1l'l1 ll ".Yllt infill! Isl' lllllll but Tvflllf ful' lib." .vfll'llll'l'll-ll." ,IQIIN ALDEN ROGER Al.I.lN fiermuil l'lub 3, 45 I.:ltiu Club ZE 'l'l'cll Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Ill-bzilc 4 Ulu Vlub lg Rallilu l'lub 3, 4g Ili-Y -3. 43 trzl l, 2. 3: llaull 1, 2, 5, 4g SXVIIIIYIIIH Swimming J, 5, 4. l'lub 4. 'HI Iittlp .vl'll.vl' :ll1:x'lzlllItI1l'll ".S'lmzl' tllillk tllix imrlll ix m ll 1: 1:elixl1l'l1'lly till' but uf mlm." fllll llllll fl'all'l'-llllll' xl: lil 'VIIOMAS ARNTSEX ,f f "Tim" bfi" 3 1" V lmliilll 4 Clill. ill vlliefng Scum 1, 2, 3 NVQ E1?DvEBl'1RUP'H15 lSecy. 25 iYicc-Pres. 355 lVJYflgl5lllCI1 A I, f "fal'Mf' 3, 4 lYicc-Pres. 45: Quill and Scroll 42 ' 'l A it V i'llls4 Pres. lg Vice-Pres. 23 Hume Romu -HIIIKIC iw' 3- iff 111 -fillll Pres. 43 Buys' l'lub Council .lg l.zitiu l,l"l2U'imlYM1fl1l'l 45: I-lllfl 2' ilffll Club 1. 21 Music Vlub 3 CPrcs. 353 lgllllll 43 4lllTll illj . . J X l. 2, 3. 43 '4l"' Club 43 Football 3. 43 F , . 1 , Truck 4: lutrumurzll Sports 1. 2. 3. 'ifflf' l11't of lllnpllf illyzlprjfllzrtlx lzxzdf' :cell 15 VqrJ1llfil'mi," "Slll'll ll mllll lu l'1'l'ryo1ll' fvlwlllll , fy! fvixll lu IW." Dyf l f j I 4 ilHE 1939 BISBILH lllCRAl.lPlNE l3ERRlSl"QRll "Comfy" LEON BTRNIZICRU llmiiizltic Club 1, 23 flbflllilll Flub 2, 33 Chess Club 31 clflIllEl'Il Club Z5 Tech M:n'tl1:i"g Stage Force 25 Cnnlerzl Club Klub 15 Science Club 43 Swimming 3. "lf is till' tcixl' 1ll'lllI flllzt malcvx "Thr llllml' of friellll is mmmlzll, lull tllu .Hill tlulgllll'." trlllll lift frl'l'lll1slll'p is l'ul'c'." M A RIO R I li BOQ U l.S'l' . ",S'llllxlLilll"' 1' Sll I RLEY ANN B'OBliRfi llrcczc 4: lllee Vlub 2. 31 "Mik1ulo"g A'Mlu'thn": l,l'il11lZlTlC l'lub 4: "l'ygm1llimi :lull lilllzitcaq: Nutlicrs' Tea ilniilnittee , , . 41 l.ibrzl1'y Bllzirll .iz i lzlsw l'luy 4, "I'il'll'llllJlll'fl, 7'l4l'Illl', l'f'l'r,v glrllrl' "'l'lll' timl' ix in fullllt of a l1flllll'r." -IW FlUf1f"l'fl W1 UH-V 7'1ll'f.V ,llllw flu' lllx vl DAVI D CHRISTENSEN "Dave" l lmilgiaffaff Em-Jafelze 4, Nlaimml Hghbrg Society 3,'4flCerxnzn1 Club 2, 3, 4 f'llrea5.'43'3-Lflifiii Club 43 Glee Club 33 "IXlartba,,'3 Tleaux Arts 3, 43 Chess Club 33 Camera Club 33 Stamp Club Z3 Class Play 4. HClllYlU0IIllIf7 ix lrix li1zz',' lllfflllijffllfl' not fur bclzizzzlf' CllARLl"2S COFI-'EV Uclllllfllu llisbila 43 lli-Y 2, 3, 43 Class Play 4. -111 3,3 lay boy uf .rc11i0r allz'3. MARGARET DUNN ".Wa1'dyl' liisbila 4 CS11rn'ts l2d.33 Breeze 43 Glue Club 2, 3. 43 "lNlikaclo,'3 HAlZll'lll2l,.I "Belle of lgllgllililng French Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2. "Small llllll flarl' and full of f1r11-A lzux 11 .vmilv for f'T'E'I'j'UIIL'.M x WILIHAM c:1..xPP 3 l "Bil1'i' Trcas. 43 llramah' Cub 43 " ygmalion and Galaterlbg GI 5 Club Z, 33 "Mikado"g "fWz1rQbQ'lll'3 French Club 23 Homecoming Committee 43 Carnival CO!'ll1TllllC63 J. S. Committee 33 lli-Y 3, 43 Football 2, 33 Class Play 4, Senate 4 CPrese 4k3,lF!0!'ll9ll54Q Class "Gut1rl naturc and gaml .YCILYC mlm! fwfr jam." XVALLACE DOERR " l'1f'r1lIy" llisbila 4 Cliusiness Mgr.33 Debate 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 43 "Belle of liagcladvg Class Play 43 Library Board 4. "fly 1111 01'at111' lic zlofx r,1'rz'l." jr af 3 3. 14'E'i:l'x' ELLTSA 3' 3 'A1f"fw' Dramatic K ub 43 Stage lfmce 43 Mar- shall lligh 2, 33 Class Play 4. ".S'l11' lmx the best 501150 of all- l'tl17VWl0Il .w11.x'1x" J f 3? X EXYi,RE'l"l' l7R.XSlfR ' 'i,4llar"' lSiieQ4e 33 Latin. Club Z3 German Club ZNH Debate 43 Chess Club Z, 3, 43 Rand 2, 3, 43 "I", Club 43 -Sxjinnning 3. 43 Track 31, 43 Intramural Slpnrts 1, Z3 Class Play 31. -- -S A "Tl1z'1'4"s l1r111L'5ty,i1na'11lzz1f11l. and !!U0ll fellurultip in thee." N PAXSON csimmx 1 "l'a,1"' liisbila 4 Cl7eature Fd.33 Breeze 2, 3, 4 CCirculatior,x Manager 433 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "Mikarl0"3 '4Martha"3 "Belle of lllflgflillllw Latin Club Z, 3, 4 Cllreas. 33 CPres. 433 French Club 2, '33 Debate 4 CSecy.-Treas. 431 Camera Club 23 Track 23 Intramural Sports Z, 33 Class Play 4. "His CIIFCVQ' ziixpasitioxz, azlgfmcxltfzl by his lmlv A1111 ready smzxf' of lzzfmor, will rllasc away llzrll t'lH'L'.H ,l FANNIE GROTH it:i" Breeze 3, 43 .Xcme 43 llome Room Yice- Pres. 43 Girls' Club Cabinet and Cunn- cil 43 llomecuniing Committee 43 Drama- tic Club 43 Glee Club 2. 33 "Mikaclo": Hlblilflllilng Beaux Arts Club 43 French Club 4 iVice-Pres. 433 Latin Club 23 Library Board 4 CSeCy. 433 Girls' Ulf' Club 3. 4 CPres. 433 Camera Club 3. HTlIL' tlircz' 'P'x'-faretty, pfppy, popular." DALE FURNELL Latin Club 23 Math Club 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3: Tech Club I3 lntrainural Basket- ball l, 2, 3. 43 Track 2. "lla 'ZL'll0WlIHlll hIl0'ZUlt'FIflU xparctlz 9 , Jimim GgLD6A1ic: ni' ' , f'f'ff"4 ' ' " , 'I' ' lrlffllllkillfflt ub 3, 43 French ciiqzh, 3, 43 Camera Club 43 Class Play 4. g u.l'lPH.l1H'L'll by ilzclmx, Sllfli not zfcry ml I , But in guml f1'iU11dsl11'p slm Cquuls tlzvm ull." ELAINE HALSTEAD Breeze 43 Latin Club 23 French Club 2, 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 43 Stage Force 4. MI:Y'lFI1d to all, fur' to 110110, S110 is lciml to C1'L'1'yu11c." lHEl939 BISBILH lzix 1c'01'zl.v." ' ' 1744! ff , '., , I , 1 1 f '9f1fVf' f'1ff'L'j ,1 61 Nl.XRlQ.XRlC'l' IIIEIJIZACK FRA X K HA RY IZY llzlslwtllzlll Z. 3, 41 "lm l'lul14. I 4 lYiL'1.,l 111.1 1111111111 x1'1'm.v :'1'1'y 111111'f. 1911! 11c".f 11 fri1'1111, f1'1'1'1111'1111'113' 11, T1-11 1'mi1iuitt1-1' 33 Remix .Xrts 2. 3, 42 I.il1r:1ry llunrcl .ig Girls' "lm flub 3, 4 1... . 11 11111 111'r 1111 111111 117x'113' 5111' 11111'.i'." I!lC'll'l'Y I I ICNEMAN "111'tIx" l"I.IZAIlli'I'll HOURS llrvczc Z, 3. 4 KNDWS l'f1l. 37 flfflfiti- l'l1icf 413 .Xcuw 3, 4 fYiC6'fll1'Es. 451 Quill :uul Srrwll 5. 4 lYic'EAl'reS. 411 Iliebilxi 4 1Urg:1uiz:1ti1m li1l.1: Breeze 4: llume' RUHIII l'1'+'i. 4: liirlf Vlllll flllll' N:1ti1m:1l lllllltvl' Swain-ty 3, 43 llrzuuntic inet 111111 l'l1llllL'll 41 llvixmiltic' lllulv 4: Klub 3. 13 "l'ygmg1Ii1m 111111 111115111-3"g 'Al'3H'U14ll"" fmll lilllllwflui file? fllllll 3- l:I'i'1lCl'Il.ll!lbKll l.11tiu Club 2. 3. 4 CC'uukY 3. 43 "Xlik:ul1v"3 "NlIH'll11l"I A'llC'llC Uf Sales lluiizigci' 41: l.il1r11l'y lluzxrll 45 l4z1g1l111l": Nluxif Flulv 4: Xlutlicre' T011 Ilzuifl jg 51.1 l 1111111111111 J: huls l 1 lub 3. 4. "1'111' ,l11111'11 11,1 111!1'111'1'1." 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"11' 'i111'1'ri13 1 aliv m1 1 11 B llx 1 ui ennle 4, 11' 1 11111 105' x 11-1 111111t f7t'l'.Y011l'l11fy." 5,41 " -K' ' 'f "' l . f-4-7,-' , , - x L - N , .- ' ifigi-211, KLAw1'us1" Y Glyn- flillv 33 "Mz.irthn"g Latin i'lul1 2. 5:43 I.ibrz1ry liuard 3: fzimerzi Club 2. .lg lutrzunurzil Sports 4: Swimming 33 flnss Play 4, ' "1 11-1111111 1111 11rc11.v, 1111! :1'11r11's, 111' f1'11' 1?1'1'1l.v 11-111 1i1'1' Tk'1Il'1l '1K'0l'I1.Y 11r'r 11f'Ill1." .1 MA RY JESNESS , '- L Ju .rw l ' 1 llisbilu 45 lbrzmmtie Club 3, 45 Glee Flub 2. 3, 4: "Mik:11l0'lg'A'Mz1rtbz1"g "Belle uf Iiag1l111l"g Latin Cllub 2, 35 Debate Club 4. ' 1- 1' ,- vs "f,'111111 1'11mp11111'1m.rl15p is Olll' of 1110 .Yi111'Tk'K of T'il'll1C.J' X7 M ' .. -I. .J HNSUN I 11111 l'luu 2. 3. 4: "anne 1 3. -lg Stump l'lub .Z Ts-cb 'l I .1 3. '31 11-11111 T1 15,1111 xp11111'11 111'z'1'r 11.1'.v 111131 harm." N, 1 RUHICRT KLEIX '4l?11Iv" T1-cb Vlyli l: "l"',l'lul1J. 4: Swimming 2. J. -Us llilruinuvfil 5111155 2. If ' ' 1 . 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' 14.4 Y , 11 2 .K U ,, .L 1 1. f Q F l.l'k'lNlJA ll.xLilllllll0N A "Ivan" RUAXNIC I'UNdlYEAR liislsii Xlluum lf1l.73 l,h'1-uzc 3, 4 tlfx- cx' L ,J4J: Acme 45 Quill :lull Scroll . , Gills' llulzl faluiuet :uul lluuxcil 41 H F 1 i lnthx-qi - 'eax QQLIIIHIHICC 33- Drzuuzxtic fxmffllil Q I-1lUlY'illll' 3. 35 I'!'S!lCll Vlulr l'lulJ 3. 4: Ql13E',l'luh 2. 5. 4X Uxlllflllilnl 2 S. 4: lulrrufy llmmrcl 2. 3. 4g Urclxeslrzl 'tlielle car' 'Lgflidn' Nluii "1 lla ' I 4 GfLgls'lClul1 lAllllll'lUtiHllfl lqouncil S, 41 Hl'3IllIlIlL' l'lulm Z., 3. 4: lilee L'lul1 3: 1 V ,1, ..1.cf1-,.. IS1-cg.-Page-11s, -Hg l7reu1'l1 Lllulm 5, 4 lSecy. 41: .min Club 2, 3, 4 K'l'rez1s. 4 lg Lillrzxry -it Flaws Play 4. "Nut u l1l1'ul'l11'ri lllolzdv f'z'tl1l'r.' lion 4 QPIACS. 433 Xlznh flulv 5. "'l'l1v l'l'Ti'IU'1i of u duty dum' ix the V 1 4 fwfwf' to fulfil LllIUf1ll'l'.H J ' X . " w N K .J ' ,vftf-f, .uv 1.1 fl, L ufwl f J 4 JOHN AQSFNALD '44, 3 'Qlllltu , -.ll Y fx llUXV.XRl7 RllE.XI.Y liishila 4 tSpurt, E4l.l: Sezxzxixfiig "7'0lPy" llrzlgmm-n 3, 4 1Secy. 435 Class 's. .lg Q 4 k Ilume Imm Vice-IH-es. 45 Latin Club gg l21'11u1i111e11 41: fl11b4111111c1I 3: Flaw VI- S. L' mmine. 43 T 1 k 2' 4. 1 t-1. xce- res, 3 1- ' 3, 43 French 1"lul+ 25 mural Sllorts 2:32 lfuollllsll 3. H N Ulm f'l11'1 31 41TfHCk 21 31 4 flllllff- 45- -AQH mx l.1H.,1,. an Uummn flush- "C'ufrl1l1.'v, fl'Wll7lfl-Ull.V, uml fvilliugf." lhwfvlg' rifz'1lv1I, suflz a Inlzmlxf -r 3' 1 1 Ajlxxls MEES N- t ".'l7m'x31" 1 Drzunzxtic-l'lulu 2. 3, 4 1Treas, 353 lfronclx fflulm 2. A. 4: 1.2.1111 Vluh 2. sg 5111.10 -il X' Club liuufl 2, 3, 4. X -Y. "5'lmrf nf ugfv, lm! not of alvilifyf' x X X. W,l 1 XVllfI.lAM. MllJl7l.FBRUOK --aww Glec l'lulw 2. 3:1 igiu flub 3. 4: Vhew Clul: S, 41 Sings urns ig Track S. 4. x v 1 ' . X 42 X "Hr l1lw.rf1't upfwrxr' to 0:m'rrm'l,' f '1 , 1l11'm.vL'lf." Q 1 J . xx 4 q Q , I' 1 1 'A I ' ROY . RlJAe'N'l' ' 'Qlu-vzimf' l r' A . I I , A lr ezc' : K :xu'm:w1' .wg 1AY 2. 3, 4 fx. 10: s. .U res. 4M St"e lfun'9 3. f 1 l'lul1 43 .I etlmz Z l, 94144194 l Pl:xy'4.'Jx'2 1' I ,' M vzlxl-aw-f ll 51017. 0 ftglrrl-'.r, xg, "- J fflllllli, lmyduy al 1 'ru 1Fft1'.v." . . 1 1 I 1 A 'J 111, 1' . - .- . V. I A 1 ' ' , ,V 1 5 X 4 1 ' 'f' . JOHN M ICICS Tech lqlulx ' aml -. S1 lu zuullrzxl mrts 1, - Q2 'Vr'.v ruxlvdanz in flu' . ' ut mlm." liislrilzx 42 fil1eS l Clulm 7 l4A'I'!Xlllll Llul: Z. J, l.1mu.1 llulu 4, Ruiz-use Club 3. 43 Rzuliru l'lulm 4g llnucl J, 3. 4: liasketlmzzll 2. 3, 45 lfmmtlmll 4. THUBLXS MlJORllUl'Sli "Tuul" "l!1'.r Irzrmput playing! is .v11fjl:z'l1." , 'JW' xr V 1 L, ff' ,. f ,X l 'wwf l ,s I - v v 1 1 4 v 1.53311 Xl. X i.!. ': z'C3jelub 3. -lflfllec 'lull 2313. 4: . 'z .X 5 l .. 3 lfrp-uclx lJx lm 111 "Bllkdtc5'1 "vjx'tl1:1": "Hl'llr of ling- rl'x1l"' LLSYX rt' 'lull 3' 4 ulv 7 'J Fl '11 gmldmz girl 71-itll gmlflrlz lmfv um! u fmldwl r'um'." M , A IIlCP.M23?l V g ', U 'ern 1 Club LU: Chess Club 2. 3, 45 'n rn Club 4: Science Club 45 Stanip ul1 3: 'llL'Cl1 Club 25 Rzulio Club 3, 45 S 'imminix 3. Hllmmi' liixv in lmzirsi mil." R1 7 B ICICI' RA Y M ICR "limb" Ge-rmzui Club 2, 35 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Cl'1'es. JI5 Ili-Y 43 Chess Club 2, 35 Tech Club Z5 Int1':lu1u1'1il Simrts 2, 35 Yvrcst- ling 2. 3. ",S'1'l4'11rv 111' innrv vlmpwzzt than 'Il'nl'4l.Y." CUNSTANCIC RICINI BOLD "Cu1111ii"' Breeze 3. 43 Acinc 45 Quill and Scroll 41 Class Seq. 45 llmne Rubin Secy. 45 IJ1'z111u1li4' Club 45 Glec Club 2, 35 "Mi- kaclong "lIIz11'il1:1"5 lfrench CIul1 2, 35 Mc1tl1c1's' T011 Cuinniittee 45 Ilnniecrimiug Ccmiiuitti-e 45 Bvziux Arts Club 3, 4 c'lIl'Q'1lS. 475 Girls' "ll" Club 3, 4 CYice- Pres. 475 Clziss Plzly 4. "pl fw1'.vnll11l1'fy full of ru.vi':1liIy." ,IICANNIE PICARSOX French Club 2. 35 I.ibrnry Bnzxrd 4. "Sl14' lsizilx :muy flu: lItI1l7'.f.,, I f W Cl, 'IJIE RICIEIDY ' litlflllilll Club 25 Stage 'I"0i'ce 3, 45 Chess Club 2, '3. 45 Stnnni Club Z, 35 Swim- ming lllxxiiugei' 2, J, 4. I' "l.urlc your lmzrlvluf ii 41 lwr and tlirmv flu' blur mainly." if ,IUIIN RlCl'l.IiR "jn1r1H1y" Breeze 3: Senate 45 lJ!'1lIIUl'l1Ell 45 Na- tinnzil Iloiuu' Society 5. 45 Class Vice- Pres. 3: Il1':1m:xtic Club 2, 3, 4 CPres. 455 "Pyg111z1lim1 :intl Gzllzitezluq "Three Cor- nerecl Mnmiug Chess Club 25 Science Club 35 "ll" Club 45 Ifimtlinll 2, 3, 45 Trzick 2, 3, 45 VVl'CSlllllLZ 2, 3, 4. "'l'l1v ruisl a'xxi'i1i'c of twirl: is COILCCIL- Irutrrl !'lll'I'!lJ'-U ,IICANNICTTE ROBITSHICK ' A . "'R0l21'tsliay" Girls' Club Cabinet and Council 45 I.:1l111 Club 2, 35 Beziux Arts Club 3, 4. "1?rtiv1' bc llflllll than out of Jtylcf' ANN SCHLESSELMAN "1411111'c" Breeze 45 Girls' Club Pres. 15 Benux Xrts Club 3. 4 KSecy. -II5 Drziiimtic Club 4 Clee Club 7' I'1tin Club 25 flfflllllll Q lub 3. 4 iSecy. 4l5 Mothers' Ten C0111- mittec 45 Cnniern Club 3. "Grail .wuls must be rrarly Hui only lu tulsa app01'i11111't1z's, but to maki' Hmm." 1 i:12oRGE s.H4A'w Vvftcu r jlreezj Gefmnu Cl1.b,2. 35 Cnmerzi lub 3: Stage For , 4 Olzumgcr 41: Ii-Y 3, 4 Clfrezis. 45: Chess Club 2, 3: Orcheslrfl -75 YC" Club 45 Fmvtbull 2, 3, 4: Vfrestliug 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3, 45 Class Play 4. "I will not lot my studies i:1tf1'fv1'v with my Cl1'1lL'l1f1'0lIf.D BARBARA ROSENHOLTZ "11'01'xe" 2, ,uf Breeze 7, 3i,eV'TAss'oc. Ed. 41, Acme 45 Girls' C 1b Cabinet zuul Cgupcil 45 Dra- matic 'nb 2, 3, -4 f'SCCy. '405 French Club -, 3, 4 C'l'1'g' sl 5 Library Board 45 Girls' "l"' Clubx . 'ATlllllfl.Y lltlllil lzrrn up in this 'world imlil ,mmulmily tzlrrix tlivm zip." , 'B 'I QQJ-Nix cr sn HX Bret Girls' Club 'abinet 'unn- 41 "IXIz11'tl1zi": "Belle of B. flad"5 l.nti1 Club 2, .lg French Club 3, 4' y Buzircl Z D cil , llrziniutic Club 3. ' Club f W 'uri' mpaziizn' of joll .5 froi and fm " ElJl'l'II SIIELDON "EUR" Breeze 4: Girls' Club Cabinet zuul Coun- cil 45 Ilrninanic Club 41 French Club 2, 3: I.:1tin Club 2: Glee Club Z, 35 "Martha"5 Mothers' Te-:1 Chairman 45 Library Board -I5 Girls' ULN' Club 45 Class Play 4. "Ax f'Illl'?'lUI'Ill.ll!l and llifliflllfflll as tliz' art .vlic cronies." . HELE SXYOIZO tea"5 Glee Club , 3, Wes. 4 5 "Mi- kaLlo"5 "Mart ' '5 'K of a ar"5 Music Club Vi -Pre. 4 Libr' y Board 35 Germax ib Z, 3. ' lCll" I Dramatic Club 45 " iialioxi . 1 Gala- I e l "Bva11ty is its L arf Je." i bm K 4 i l I Ilrhefe' , il thers' ez C0 itee 4' French Club ' '35 Lat 1 i Z5 Lillian lioarrl 4 V 3 fiir "fam ran 0 sw: 5 ll C El. l 'TE XYILLIAM VVALKER 'i-., 5, '- VIRGINIA THOMAS , K fl- N.- HS. my Giee Club,2, 3, 4, ffisimim"5,"i:ei1e of Bag'dad'5 French Club 45 M'o'thersl Tea ,Committee 4. ' - "Al:c1ay.r.4rmiling, always yay, Alrcfays happy, so they say." .1 Y" V if . 'rw 'Y - 'tl i FRANK Wiirrmolmf German Club 2, 35 Science Club Z, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 335 Stage Force 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 45 "U" Club 45 Foot- ball 3, 45 Wlrestling 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3. "llc does not boast about his xkill, Nor 'bout his talcmx many." ELIZABETH SHEPARTJ "Liz" Girls' Club Cabinet and Council 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 French Club 45 Latin Club 2, 3 CSecy. 335 Glee Club 2, 31 BETTY l.OU SIMPSON llisbila 45 Mothers" Tea Committee 35 filee'Club 2, 3, 45 "Martha"5 "Belle of l3Zigl'l1lllu5 Latiu Club Z. 'AMikado"5 "Marthal'5 Mothers' Tea "lu framing! an artist, art hath thus Chairman 4. lic-U-i-gil, 'I' lc , d I 1' "Smile and be merry, laugh and be 0611165 iam? 000 ' mt Nu one to fair," ' ' JOSEPH SPRAFKA ROBERT SMITH ..-1084. "Bali" 'f'B,,- -4 " ,Q 'Ll-1 l Dramatic Club Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 4g lahslurg "Martha"5 "Belle of Bagdadvg Bcaux tg ewql1.u1,Q., - 5l,-,n5Z-f1 - 'ech Arts Club 3, 45 Chess Club 25 Camera ,513 ff J' Qkg"4:pLig5 tbgll Club 35 Library, Board 35 Tech Club l. ,j iMUf4wq'llUlWl'-l L' . ya. , "A good artist, a good fTlL'lll1'.,l CIIARLES STEVVART "Chuck" llragomen '45 Tech Club 15 "U" Club 2, 3, 4 CSecy.-Treas. 455 Football 2, 3. 45 Swimming 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 VVrestliiig 45 liitramurgl Sports 2, 3. "It ix bvttcr for a young man to lvlzlsll than to turn pale." "Bill" Iiisbila 45 llragomeii 3, 45 Class Pres. 25 lilee Club 25 Boys' Club Council 45 J. S. Committee 35 lli-Y 2, 3, 45 Stage Force 3, 45 Radio Club 3, 45 Tech Club 15 Car- nival Chairman 45 "U" Club 3, 45 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 XVrestling 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2. "fl layul good follow in work or fun., IIN!! help 'til the' task is all done." DOROTHY VVIEST Hoof' Breeze 2, 3, 4 Clixcharige Ed. 33 flfea- ture Ed. 455 Senate 2, 4 fSccy. 455 Acme 3 fSecy. 325 National llunnr Society 3, 45 Class Secy. 35 Glee Club 35 ulvlllfflliiix Music Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 4 fPres, 31 CSecy. 455 Mothers' Tea Com- mittee 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3 CSecy. 255 Debate Z, 3. "A scholar, fha." ipfffprffliyf .anzpxmnz it lilmul if 52-." X 1 f" f" MC? I ,FISTER S OUSE .. 0 li' ' C' I ,a 'a lxb-5 ' iiiiuig Z, . , 45 raml al Sports l, 2. , f if "I Qr i y with yozlvl an telli fl you." 4 x , CHARLIE ' VVIETHOFF . JA NE -KVIl.l,I.X.MS" A' Cf-"' ' 'Tallies' , Dr g 1 , ' Class Treas F A Breeze 3, 43 Qlec flulw 2, 3, 45 "Mlkado"l ma um 2, .Q 0 meer '1 fkmlmn ee "Mnrthu",i ' "Belle of Bugcludng Music 43 I" Club A , 'ice-Pres, 37 Fluh 244, 4 LPres. 43-3 Orchestra 2, 35 KPYCS. 473 SY l U g 1, 2, 3. 4 ffllllf- 493 llerlfluu CT: 2, 3: Mntl1ers'.'I:ea Com' Lootlmll 1, 2, 3, 4. mittee 45 G ls' "U" Clulx 3, 4 CSeCy. 45. , -J -l N- "Good 11utnr1', muxvle, and grit "I,ifg lfqfg ng fall-,vying likpbgggd mmlu'n1r7d." L frivmlfl' ' r' . X S REllf Nxvgxi AM - Scu 2 3 Drn1.:omen Xp rcs. 45: R0BE3T EZOUNG f Class as. 3' Stag 1 e 55 Tech B011 ,' ' lflulx g Canxerullfl g French Club 25 pq MA H- -fU'f Club 2g 3, 414 ootball 2, 3, 4 coup- Iffwff 3,-, 42 G C 1 l - BJ . H110 y min 45: 'Dude 3, 3' 4? yvrestlillg 2, 35 Marthu Qxi u l ,F CV1ce:Pfes. liusketharll Manager 4. g Q 371 LSL I? LIU if Call' gllllgvfl, UU' ' n , J e u xt .. "HQ may not bc .vu Il'.ww'ZL"l 'waffle Ib K 3, 45 Li fy Bllafll 3- X B,xU3lf,,,, Uugjw tu Mm an the ' lu. c is the only uuivnnml language." g ridirun J" MARYLOVE ZE'1"l'l,E ffzetn Breeze 45 Glee Club 2, 3g "Martha"g "Mikado." "A handful of life ix bvfirr than a bushel af learning." U. x u lfklfk PKG fo D I' N X X N... ,fa Z 41 , . xxx l. ,, f- K XQX ' , , V, A , 13' B I S B I L A ' PACE 15 :yn A Qfwvms' iitunnl lIFE l"lks'r Row- I?nrr'x', lx'n.w, Bu1'11vff, CAIHYIVVLIIIIX, .li1'lcr', RocL'1:'m111, ll'ln'vIm', Lvruix. Srzcobiv Rowf .llfficu Vauprl, i'l'II10P'1l01lXt', Nlrorlrx, Bizzmmn, Tnlaus, Sturrc, Sumjvxurz, l'n4Iixu 'FHIRD RowAMillvr, IXYUEII, flflzultmu, Ilarizfnr, Kingg 1'lfIz'r'ri!l, fIia1:.t1,'alI1'y, Kulzlmuuu. l'i0UR'l'H Row- Ix'm'l1tz1pp, Silwfrmmz, Arnlenrun, Kaufvr, l?riy1g1.r, Sizzuzriffrs, Ifcinzfruizlc, Badger. l'lIF'l'H Row- CIauiIl'i'ul1, Host, DOllt1T'UI!, Culluts, Coates, Hzzlvlwll, linylebert, Palmer. junior Class HE juniors, under the able supervision of the executive committee and their advisers, Miss Boyce and Mr. Hagen, planned and carried out a very successful and joyous junior-Senior prom. lce cream sales during the lunch hours helped defray the expenses. The class of 19-lO had a very large number of members in extra-curricular activities. Many members ol' the class became leaders in the school and look forward to their senior year with much anticipation. FIRST RONYf5L'l1771ffL'.', .Tomrnmm T. Sllailrmrv, Van Brrgzw, l'. ,S'ln1ra', Clzfrry, ljooi1.vz'1I, ll'ri1ll1t, SECOND Rowf ll'l'fl1llL1g!f'll-. Culdrvcll, Ifuftoaz, Spaftlz, Carlson, B, Dimn, I'tin'. 'THIRD Rowfliilrnun, ,lIf'1a1zdcr, .S'z'mu1mz.r, Stone, JI1'cl.'el, Aff, llutclvizzs. JI. l,oi1yly1'f1r'. l"m'R'I'H ROW-lJo1vm'1', Page, Claclclur, Tail, Kremer, l1'1'.r!, l.e'1'itt, Burg. lrll-'TH Rowe- I?u!tz'u, l'1'u.rc, Lazmprvt, Kfiztlizms, .'l1'ead4'r, xl. llivlrl, Brmwz. BISBILA PAGE 19 1. . ,. . .. . , ,. , 'XXX l' IRST ROW-fix. .S1n11111n11, lf. l'l't1.r1'V, f. fmzxf, Cmltlml, .1111 lm11t1ryt', .Sf'1'l1f'1'f, J, C111'x.rlr11.rt'11, I mit. v Sr t'tuN1m Rfvwf K. .S'frt1fl.':1, l.t1n1l'Vnx, Booth, Blzrfmul, ,S't1rrtU'11V.tf. lx'mrr1f'.vft UH, Ixtltlttv, Y 1tVHt'V, l.t'h'z'x vllllkll RWWVSt'f11fr'n14'11'f3 l':1r'r'x'.vl1, l't1,v.v, J. Cftift. ,'lI1'r'v'1'Il, I", flltlff. .Yt'l.m1z, 1'1't'p1'r'. 1 F, l4'w1'x'rH R0lYf l'. l'it't-uni, lluffly, Stzglu, tlIc.Yt't', ll'v11'ir'w', A-Hllffl, C. Jolzmmfz, lllzllix. 43' xg A T X tt So homore Class TMJ K W A . . - - lllS VCZII' has seen the Scnltomore class nuke tfreztt wr ess, :mtl the class elves wromtse of A X , rv fa zu 3 xx llLll'Il1CI' success :mtl ztccumplwltment in the years yet to conle. lt contains the largest number Y 32 of students of any class in the school, anti has lllCl'Cl'UI'C been well representetlin school activities. N 0 Klum' ol' the bovs halve won letters for athletic ztcltievement. llretuent class meetinvs have uro- .,,. . . m - vttletl the Sovhomores enterttunment as well 115 several successlul class mrttes. , N f R'-GNN Y-5 , Q -rc ' ll' Q -N fix l'1lRS'l' llmvfTfwt'rl, llm'111'11gr, .lIu4'l.m11t, Healy, 1?z'ay, 19v'mr.vtl'w1, ff, J0I1x1.m1z. fjirtmz. 1 -mx Sl-'rmvxlw Rcm'fl1'l'.vt-uri, X. .'1v'n!.vt'11, lx'n.vf'1zIvv1'gr, llrllxlzflur, llfyl, Rvlf, Rt1IvIv1'11.v, JI. llzmn, tlflmuu. it . Q llllllkll lQUXl'fllt17'T'l'j', .lIrt.'tmg11t, Ii. Timm-a.v, II. ,Skx'l:'rr'nzt1n, Cullvy, B. Klwlzzz, llult, I". .ltz1r11.w11, C,-l17'l'i7PZA1ll. .Al1r1'1'1t1 R11 '1', .ll-V 'rm X X N 'ff l"ut'R'l'H Row-ff, Kzwlrlsl, .lllzr't'l1.v,l.-I. IIt'r.vt'y, IC. l7t1'1'l.V, .lmlt'r'.wxz, Ser'r'ilI, B, Ilulvlxr. ll. l7tf11t1:wz, P. .7e'.vx11xvf, ,, .ll Lllilllzz, lx' 'lf '52 QR W' N lftt-"ru Rmxf Ht'Vr'x',lll1'll.l lf, ,llzilllvg lftllllll-jltlll, H. f'lVltlH11l71Il, If. .llut'Ilm1t1Itf, I"t'z'r'x'11, .S'!i11rlafit'11I, ,S'Izit'Iy, Srrtufz. K, X . -N ! X N be ,gi .X X 'H Y ,Q 'ft YE . THE l939 PAGE 20 P 1 A K X V, sf 'E' 4g gp 4.3 i . fx it 1 --. ' ' ,,1.g,4,,-i W . I va K , ,4,,,. . L LA-.L CA, 5 S i 1"rRs'r Rowffll'imil':.'t1r'i1, Diehl, C. lx'lm1lt'.v, ff. .S4f4'I'lI, ,S'NIf'r, 1'i't'.vt, f't1rr1,v, lininznzix. 17z'fiit'i'1. 1 Sriuvxn Row if. fn11r1.vn11, l:rx't'l.'.m1r, Ifrn'1l1i'u!vtzi'l1, l7u1mIzt'r', Braufmtzu. lf1'i1i'!.'m'y, ,ippt-I, Ifiufflw, li'. ll'hitnwr't', Tlllkn Row Uri' '11 L'fzililx,.Ytn'i'11, .Yi'l.mu, lllzfl. lf. 1x'ir.ve'. ,qj1t'rHz1't'r. Fut'k'i'ii Rim' Alibris, f7lXHll, lvilIlBf'l'Ht'lI, Ur'fu't'L', l'It1tt, G. , rlhzzalfl. 4- A .f 'uf' li! , f, , , - ,Q 1' v H ff 9 ' f f, + f K , - f 4' Q 14" A ' ix fy-- ' , I X V 5 r y In J, . , , L X Freshman Class U w J V ' i" ' 1' X ,, ' 1 ,-14x W L so Q 'L , . wi, t 2 5 w ji I 2- K, S XDER the uhle superx'ision'ot' its advisor, Klr. Duoust, :ind its president, Bill Appel, the ninth grade met-once ll month to gl'L1I1S1lCI business :ind to plain activities. lt elected Beverly Iiotel- inek :tsl xgice president, Bud Shurmeier Lis sec-retziry, and Bill lfnnnons as treasurer. ln November the flaps' lield f'liz1f-fLyle':IQfl' 2. dance at l2ziton'S Ranch. 'I'lie Freshman Class also sponsored A ewinp'LIsSdz1nCi-ng' gl-fwwllior itslnipngliiefs lu-mle'r the direction olfphlr. 5't.ufr:kg"P11tteso11. I PA !, 'F M-Q A . s , 1 J L X ' . , , VC . ' ff ' - F r J ' J' 'L ,V l , 'e' ' 4' .l j qv ix lr, ' I ' , ,lf b L, Q I N- I .xv K ,fl -,I X if, FxRs'r Row-.'lI. tlufilnfz, Dr! PIi1x'11i', S. C't1r'tiu:n, Gtztzdnzaiz, Simzrxu, Zuni, milnzmz. I?ozztl1iIli't, I,iir.mu, lx'x'fl.'1'rz, SECOND Ruwfli .S-IILHIIIUII, Jlartin, Kft11'ilfm'f', ll'i1.rl1Iw1fr11, JI. Ilzuzu, llymtxv, f'i1:i'w'.v. 5lUf'l'7I, lltirriv. . "' Turku Row .Ynrri'x, Kufilzizuk, Y'rimmn, l7t1r'id.mu, Iip.vt4'1'11, I"t'z'rt't', llmitimrzii, .llt1tt1:'1'f:, C't':'11i'y. X .1 4 "l Q s - " l:Ol'R'l'II Row f l't1rl.xv, Iftmxvmiw, Ift'.vIu', llurlzzrtt, Ktfsv, I.t'z'fmtm, l'u!fi'r.mu, Kn.1l.vf.'i1. V, ' , 4 ' ..', . f' lff , l . - i ,X X t BISBILA ' , fl, wx if., A, ft, PAGE 21 J Q. ,I 5 I ML 4-'Hia' "N 2 B y -km - , 4, W" A 71 .ff n fw Q. 1 . .., - 'S s A 1 4 x Af.. L 4 ku, 1 ,Q C ... 1 -' m 7 I Q- ,shi 'L fi-'75 ffl I X A ,F Y LW, in lskj +A-gl, will . GTV: iii if it all 4 Ifixsr Rl5YW'1IXV0flllf.Y, Kildare, Sage, fllr. ljglgfuvtxoiz, Brigfgzx, .f111rlrw'gz, l'im'n', Kniizxloli. SECOND Row-Clcrcluiid, Spraflm, Brink, Bray, J. lf'Vl1itmm'r', Nvlwrif, iN'i'.vlu't. TIIIRIJ Rovi'fV. Alden, Barry, Roberts, Unzlirm, Footlz, Brzmwz, illulmury, Gray. I Seventh Grade HIS year's seventh grade Hnished its Hrst year at University lligh School with much success. The schoolls newly instituted policy of home-room interested the seventh-graders greatly, and they planned many interesting programs, obtaining speakers from the senior high school to inform them about prominent school activities in which they might look forward to participating in the future. Enjoyable social activities were also planned by this enterprising class, including a skating party in February. Eighth Grade T the class meetings of the eighth grade it was attempted to give each member an enjoyable time. Varied programs were held, which included a joke court, interesting talks, and plays given by members of the class. The class of 1944 went democratic and chose to be governed by a congress. Bills were presented to the congress and were voted upon. During the winter quarter a sleigh ride was held. Fiksr Row-Picard, D. Hubbell, K. Lampert, D. Smftli, Harris, D. llfilliamx, R. Siurrc, Hartfugwr. Secoxu Row-M. Nelson., H. Stewie. Weiller, Markus, Cullum, M. Bribery, Mnnmn. THIRD Row-I. Herscy, Roy, Lyman, Ikliclzacl, Nlerrill, S, Dunn, Bangs, Haiirlfarrl. Fo1'RT1-I Rowffi. Lampert, Sctzmz, J. Pierre, F. .Uuz'i.r, Sinclair, J. fllwlmtf, THE 1939 PACE 22 l'1R4lN'I' RUVS"1'i0f17'Z!'Z..Vft'l', lloftir, T. Ar11i.n'n, Mi.i'.r Obxt, C. ,!1:l11:.m1r, Illtrrffilwlmiz, II. lltfblws, M. Dantz, J. fl'lct's, T. .-Hvlmlt, PVal1:z'r, lInt'rr'. llarh Row--J. ,lIt'Il0ll!If1f, lfilmuu, Coffey, IJ. Cllrixteizselz. Bisbila Board llE members of the Bisbila Board this year were the following: Editor-in-Chief, 'llom Arnt- seng Associate Editor, Clyde johnson, Organization Editor, Elizabeth Hobbs, lieature Editor, Paxson Gilman, Album Editor, jean MacGibbon, Boys' Athletics, john McDonald, Girls' Ath- letics, Margaret Dunng Business Manager, Wallace Doerr, Circulation Manager, Tom Abbottg Advertising Manager, Bill Walker, Art Editor, David Christensen, and Adviser, Miss Erances Obst. Campus Breeze HlS year the Campus Breeze staff attempted to put out a paper that would please everyone. Under the able guidance of their Editor, Betty Heneman, they almost perfectly achieved this purpose. Barbara Rosenholtz acted as Associate Editor, while editors of the various departments were as follows: News, Shirley Ann Boberg: Feature, Dorothy Weistg Sports, Buzz Cumminsg Exchange, jean MacGibbong Column, Roy Morclauntg Re-write, Ramona Button and Peggy Abbott, Circulation, Paxson Gilman, Art, Peggy Hedback and David Christensen, Business Manager, joe Sprafka, Advertising Manager, Steve Badger. The paper was awarded an All-American Honor rating in the National High School Press Association contest. Si-i.4Tl-:n-Gilmaaz, Hedbaclc, Badger, Roxfizlzolts, Abbott, Bobcrrr, lfcurmait-, PVic.tr, Jlr. Kcltl. S'mNmNt:-D. C1II'fXfl'll.Vl'll, J. Sprafl-'11, Cummins, ,lIHCGIl17l70II, Button. BISBILA PAGE 23 Sie,-.Tian-Ilcfzcmarz, BOI7L'l'!!, Jalmxoxi, Miss Nclxaiz, 1l'i'v.vt. STANn1NuvR0.vL'nl1uIt::, Ilrzllmrk. Acme CME is an honorary society for girls who have excelled in character, leadership, scholarship, and activities throughout their high school years. New members are admitted in the fall and spring quarters. Chosen in the fall this year were Barbara Rosenholtz and Shirley Ann Boberg, and in the spring the initiates were four seniors: jean MacGibbon, Peggy Abbott, jeanne Groth, and Connie Reimbold, and two juniors: jane Goodsill and Ramona Button. ' According to its custom, Acme presented the Acme Apple this spring to the junior high girl judged most outstanding, Dragomen RAGOMEN, the school's honorary society for boys, was organized in 1931 to promote the ideals of the University High. Each fall, active members of the previous year elect new members from the upper two classes. Bases for selection are character, service, and leadership. Seniors elected this year were the following: Charles Stewart, Howard Mealey, William Clapp, joe Sprafka, and john Reuler. The juniors chosen are Barney Saunders, Stephen Badger, Robert Lewis, Warren Briggs, and Carl Cummins. FIRST Row-Ste'war't, C1l7'H7'Vl1:lI.Y, lfr'ulvr', ljfortlzrzm, I.0wi.t, Brirlys. Sicc'oNn RGVV-l'VG1kL'I', .'1r11Ix1'11, Su1u1r1rr's, McDonald, J. Sprrzflvu. 'FIIIRII Row-Zlleuly, Clupff, llivtliojf, Burlgcr. THE 1939 PACE Z4 l"uoN'r Row- llnun, lf. 1'.umpeVt,B. Clufvfr, 1l'l'1'.vf, C'. J01ll'l.Y07l, C. Kuvlzlz. lkwk Row- l'ir'ru', fi'01rIr'r', lVurflium, lx'o.w, lfrvllrll. Senate llli University lligh Senate, which is composed of chosen representatives from the various organizations, is the student governing body at the school. At the Senate's weekly meetings are discussed methods of improving the school spirit, mala- ing plans for the future, raising standards ol' the school and taking action on similar topics. This year the Senate was influential in planning the annual carnival and remedying the prob- lem of noisiness at the lunch hour. Quill and Scroll l'lLL and Scroll is an honorary journalistic society for students who have done outstanding work on the two lfniversity High School publications, the "Campus Breeze" and the "Bis- bilaf' Members must be in the highest third ol' their class in scholarship, and must have had at least forty inches ol' their work published. 'lihis school's chapter of Quill and Scroll has endeavored to encourage interest in writing and to raise standards ol' journalism in Llniversity lligh School publications. lfkom' Rowv lx'u.vv1i1mlt:, U'ivsf, pllvlmit, gllr. Kohl, llvncmaiz, Hvdlmclc, Arzztxcu. lhcla Row .lIlzl'1filvlm11, Cummins, Ifrzlvrrgf, lfvimllulri, J. Sprafkrr. E 5 i. BISBILA PAGE 25 l"RoN'r lirm'-tbffcy, Jlr. Cilrfix, llhlker. BACK RovvfI'ic'pr'r, Parrislz, Vauprl, Palmer, Ilafmcistrr. Boys' Club Council lllf Senior High Boys' Club Council was formed two years ago lor the purpose of furnishing and taking care of the upkeep of the boys' clubroom. Toward this one aim there has been much progress. To form the council, two boys are elected from each class in the senior high school. l3rom these are chosen the officers of the council. The organization has acted under the very able leadership of Mr. Curtis, the Dean of Boys. GII'lS, Club Cabinet and Council IIE Girls' Club exists to foster sociability among senior high school girls. Every girl auto- matically becomes a member. i The council, which consists of the otiicers of the Girls' Club and of class representatives, and the cabinet, which is composed of the chairmen of the seven committees that carry on club ac- tivities, serve to assist the president in planning and guiding events. Annually, the Gills' Club sponsors Mothers, Teas and a Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet. l"ii:s'r Row-llvurmaii, Goorlxill, Raxcziliolfs, C. Johnson. Siefoxo Row- llrdbriflf, .7llz's.r Nelson, Abbott, Grotll, rlilllllll Row4If. L0lIfl1Vl'll7', Sheldon, Bobcrg, Robifsliek, Schmitz, Jlnrffilvlvtlii, N. A7AIll.YL'll, Slifpurrl, Bw'ri.vf0r'tl, Slzadbolf. THE l939 PAC E 26 FIRST Ron llvnly, Kitlzlmtm. 17t1r'rr, l'. tfilmuu, I'tnc, ,11'i5.v Julilixoiz, ,S'rt'uImt1t1, l't1I-rnrr, lx'i'1'l1frr11iL', illillrr. Sncoxu Row- l?t'rri.vfm'fI, 510110, Ilitun, Slitiiziioxi, Smith, Koch, lx'lmtit'.v, fi.1.l'f071, Schmits. 'l'lmmu.r, t'1irt'imt11z. Titian Row- Xt'I,vo:1, Ix'ol1Iii11.v, G. Clflmun, llnlwzw, .S4flt1Ili7UH, ,llcl7nm1111, lft'rrix1. l'. Jl'.S'llf',9X, .lI, ,1t'.v1it'xx, Kxzvhzz, Fot'k'r1I Row- .S'fi'm'lrfit'lti, .-liirlmzwli, ll'il.'ium.r. llmivman, .lIr1i'I1i'l1lmu, ,S'imp.wu, 1?z'c1z1, Stxrtozz. C-lee Club NNLIALLY the Llniyersity lligh School Glee Club produces an operetta. This year's presen- tation was "The Belle of Bagdadf' which was given most successfully, on March seventeenth. Singing the leads were Leone Nelson, Wallace Doerr, Nancy Shadbolt, jane Williams, Margaret Dunn, jean MacGibbon, Warren Rose, Carel Koch, Paxson Gilman, Frank Miller, and Burton Reinfrank. They were supported by llelen Swoboda, Phyllis Dobner, llelen Lftne, and a chorus ol' fifty, under the able direction of Miss johnson. Music Club l'lROLlGllOLIT the year 1938-1939, the Music Club was quite successful in increasing the stu- dents' interest in music. Meetings were held twice a month and a great variety of musical programs were enjoyed. Breaking the tradition that Music Club was only for students very talented in some Held of music, the club invited all students who were interested in music to join. Consequently the enrol- ment was enlarged and much progress resulted. FRONT Row- ,'lIut'l.t't1n, fliers, Puylv, flluctjilvlmiz. li'iIIiam.v, Miss Jolirzxmi, Scvolmzla. BACK RowfI'1nr, Slzizizzmzz, ,llIt'lt1lltTt'l', .'lI1't-krl, llmwmun, Stone. BISBILA PAGEZT l'lRlPN'l' RflN'7Sf7tIl'f1l, St'lzl4'.i'.n'Imt111, lwimltolfl, liulfnu, .lIr'udt'r, flt'tIl1t1t'lu, .llilrv Ulvxl. lhtflq Rowf .Siom'rm'1'x, S11u:x', fjrotlz, jifflfffl, Slmuzzou, RoIv1't.vl:ck, Sltrlzlou, IP. i'l11'z'.v1t'11.rt 1: Beaux Arts Club lllf Beaux Arts Club exists to further interest in art and appreciation of art. Prospective members submit an original piece of art work or handicraft: and those students whose art- icles exhibit the most talent are admitted to the club. This year the club obtained pictures from the Little Gallery and hung them about the halls and rooms. This project was carried on in order to beautify the school and to make the students more art conscious. Dramatic Club URING the past year, under the supervision of Mr. Gerald Voelker, the Dramatic Club has been more active than ever before. Meetings were held once a week, when interesting and varied programs were presented for the purpose of entertaining members and of acquainting them with ditlerent phases of the theater. The club's chief production of the year was Pygmalion and Galatea, and supplementing it were several one-act plays presented at assemblies. l-'iksi' Rowfliruy, llardilzgr. Van Bvrgrttti, .S't'lrmx'!:, .'lIr'. l'tm1km', Rvirlvr, Bm11r1'xt, J. .lIt't'.v, fiirtmi. Galdliury. Si-iroxn Royvv-Puyfe, ,'lIL1L'I.Ctlll, C'l1t'rry, If tr.wt' nlmlts. 11tvlIvt1t'1.', Sliudlwlt, Ntllvluuv, Ilult, ,'l1lL'l'f7LYL'fIFV. 'I'iiiku Row-C'aIdzi'clI, l"t'usr, Iiizrlzzms, .llt'ut1fr, llitttou, Roar, ,lltzcGilvlvou, lwinzlwltl, ,S't'lz1v.v.wlm11r1. l'lUl'R'l'll Row- lltmw, Smith, Sreolmtlti, ,S'lrt'fn1rtl, fll'7IL'WllIIl-, Jmizfmx, Gmllz, !olzu.mu, ,-llvlmtt, lfllix. lfii-"fit Row ff1'l1nm1, Jalzilwrz, llvulvy, Cu,fl't'y, Ii. llohlws, Bergman, C. IX'Ill'flII, ,llyt'rx, .S'ti1it'f1fit'1rr', R. I.0Ilflj'L'Lll'. THE I939 PACE 28 an l'ilRS'li Row l.t':.i.t, .Slt'rt't1rt, ll'lri!m.fi't'. ll'ictlinj7. fllr. tiirrlix, lx'lt'in. IV. l?i'ingf.v, t ffl,'t1I:. Sl-jttnxlm Ruw tlrtiliw, laiztfwf. l'1't'fn'i', .Sitlyny Ilirlilwll, lx't'nlrr, .llt'tllj.'. l ttlklr Run Iltil!.'wf',1xt:1rfm'. I, ,ll'l1nII,,l, 'lIt'rVill, 1'rt1xt'i . .-li'lir.vt'1i. l"u1'k'i'ii Rtvw Ilan llnim, lfztmminx, J, .S'fri'tt,t'lct1, Slztzrti, Boys' "U" Club PRINCE the past year the Buys' Clluh has once again talten the leatl in the sponsoring antl support ul all athletic activities in the lniversity lligh Sclioul. As a result til' the etlorts of the rneinhers ul' the cluh antl ol' the clulfs atlvisur, Klr. Curtis, interest in athletics has increasetl rapitlly tlimtigliutit the year. The yt-ar's activities were climaxetl by the annual spring tlance, which was attended hy all nieinhers ul' the Clluh. Hi-Y lllf Gopher lli-Y heggan this past year ot l038-1030 with much celehratiun. 'lihe annual lall initiation was heltl at llutlson, Wisconsin. 'lihe yearly tlance, the "l5iresitle Swing," was heltl at Columbia Chalet on lleceinher sixteenth. 'lihe social activities of the year were rountletl out hy the spring introduction ut' new members at llutlson. XYisconsin. Otheroutstantling events inclutletl tlinners antl a picnic. The school carnival hatl support with lex Chatham as the main feature ol' its concession. ' t 1 ' " 4 ' ,. ,. ' xy. H1 , l-kntvr Run lltwny lxtfri' ll nllvr 1mr'nt'tt lltirtltzifzit ll lntlii kiln-tt , w.'li..llt1t1i. llxrlx Run t i'uf'ft, lx't1ymt'i'. lftltltlff, titftlty, .Sitt1H1tlt'i',f, ll'lii'lniffrt', . .S'ln1rt'. tilnlffnmz. ,'llt',X't't', tltiffi. BISBILA PACE 29 FIRST Row- lfriry, Zark, .lIi1rffilrlml1, llutlluifk, ,Sf Iiolmr'-ff, tlliazr ll't1U.'t'r', ffrntlz, Ko.y't'11l1olt:, fftiltllulry, I.. ,S'trt11t,vi'. SI-Lroxn Row- fffrfoli, ff, ,lulH1.m11, Brmi.vtt'il1, S. litlrtiizsu, lliiirllt, Htiufltilff, 1f1HfV?Zl1ll, Cimiiltui, Ki1tt'11iifl', Putuvr. Turku Roxy' Ill, Nunn, l'. 'l'lnfmur, li'o.ru11lu'r'i1, IU'ltmtit'r, li. Tl1fmm.s,J. .'lIri'.v, 4't1r!.mu, H. Hznuz, Y rznmuz. l'x1Jl'RTll Rowe lfotfzfixt, Slztzillmli, Clfllvy, Ifulvlvizia-, .'ll. lhmu, l7t'1 l'Iuim', lf, Jnlzrrmrz, llymixv, .'Yorr1'x. French Club lllf past year proved to he a most successful one for the lirench Club. lfarly in the year the y cluh purchased a portahle Radio-Phonograph. The funds for this machine, which was used often and to the great enjoyment of l5rench students. were furnished hy the club's treasury, which has been reimbursed over a period ot' several years hy the successful sale oi' caramel apples. The club also secured the liorty-eight liamous Paintings offered hy the ,llimzeapolis journal. FIRST liim'-ylftltiltl, .S'w'rill, lli'r.ft'y, lfwlf, Sfnirr, l'l1t'rr-V, ffumlxill, lMl1m'r, Jizfiuxuzi, Si-:roxn Row- N. l.tunr,vi't1r, l'r't1.vt', l,t1mfu'rt, ll't'fnlu1g1t'n, C'uli1fut'll, .5i1It1lIlI0ll, ,llt'tnit'r, ffwflizuz 'l'u1kn Rowf tlnlnnm, .l1:t'z'1mt'l1t'r, .X'fmt'tlr, llrlhizmltl, l'if2'A'.Yf1Hlt', H. llolvlwx, .ll. l.in1gfyt'izr. l"o1'k'1'il l!ow'f,X'ln'fu1rd, li. lliflvlvx, llnfmi'i,vtt'r, Ili:-aw, llivhl, lltmniynzrz. THE 1939 PAGE 30 FIRST Row- Tfucerl, llfryl. Half, C. Kurlm, Miss Nia-flafw, Gilman, flllidfilnlmfz, Siraz1.w', lltzniilzgl. Si-:toxin Rowfllmitoufzu, Krmlxka, llmly, llvl l'lainz?, l1'u.vl1lmrn, ll'l'xtt'utt, If, Kuvlzn, 13. llolllvs. Tumi: Rowf-.l1ft'kUl, 1,il'llI.,lU,llIX07I, . lit, Iltzrirlxorz, Ifartzietl, lfuse, Ifclfimtiii, llouotwln. l'x1?I'R'l'Il Roxvfl?a:'i.v, llt'r.vl'y, .Yt'rr'ill, .-llvlmtt, Leifmmz, I.t'1'iH, Jlulzdvr, laxrrzpurt, Berglmuu l'1lF'l'1l limx'f,lu.r:ze.v.v, .lmll'r.wn, Slzeily, l'uHers0n, Colmnzz, Jlyers, E, Ilolvlfx. Latin Club OW in its third year ol' existence, the Latin Club, under the leadership of Miss liileanor P. Marlowe, has carried on another year of extensive programs. The cake and cooky sales have produced tangible results, and the profits will assist in purchasing a phonograph for the club. The Latin Club holds its meetings twice a month and climaxes its eventful year with the traditional Roman Banquet held in May at which Roman customs are observed. FIRST Row .S'rmz.ran, Jllirllmnlld, Dozzulnw, .lliss .'llarluf:'l', Gilman., Diehl, 1"rl1xw'. Snroxo Row lfmmonx, .S4l'lllll'7IlE'i6Y', Vaufwl, Hflleeler, C1ir'i.s'tc'izsen, Camry, Seder. VFHIRII Row' King, :'lIz'tltlIr'lvrrmlc, lifall, llillffle, l.e:t'ix, lflufmml, lfvfzllfy, l'1HL'Rl'll Ron - l,vw1'.v, l'luH. L'l1r'ixtcl1.vw1, Klufvorz, Il'vfli1'r'1'. BISBILA PAGE 31 l'iIkS'l' Row'-llcdbufk, Vuu lfrrgltwi, Zvttle. Si41t'oNn RUlN4',Ixll1l.i,", lfvimlmltl, ffrotlz, ll"iIlz'am.r, Bolvvryf, llr'm'muu, Bray, .'1IIt1lt'I'A'U7I, llzruu. Tiiiizn Row-Button, Slmcti, .S'immo11.v, St',l1'Vlfl'I3', Gootlxill, lx'o.r1'x1l1oIt:, Sltcldon, 1Ilot'1.'1t'r. Girls' "U" Club IIE Girls' Club has kept up its high standard ol sportsmanship throughout the year by creating cooperation among the girls and participation in many activities. Some of these acti- vities. under the guidance of Bliss BOYIITI, were basketball, archery,sw1mm1ng,andmanyindtvtdual sports. New members are selected on the basis of friendliness, interest, leadership, and high marks in The purpose of the club is to increase interest in athletics among the girls of the school. Library Board HF Library Board, which has functioned actively lor twelve years, probably renders more actual service to the Lniversity lrligh School than any other school organization. The duties of Library Board are many and variedg each member is essentially an assistant librarian. ln fall Miss jackman and Miss Sllllnlllll, the librarians, selected members lor the board trom applicants, ol whom supply exceeded demand. Selections are made on the basis ol scholarship reliability. lfiusr RowfY,WirI.'t'I, C'l11'rry, lfrnflr, Illixs Jackman, Fllrltsfiilvllzflz, Tons, Ratreuliolts. Si-'t'oNn ROVN'-Bl'7'jlWlLllI, Storm, lf. Hobbs, Borg, I'euf'.mu, lf. Loizgfyrtzr. 'l'u11:o Row llorrr, I.. .X't'I.vou, Kremer, Glaclclfr, Ilorur. the the the an d THE l939 PAGE 32 l"i4oN'r Row- .l1n'r'lirn'lrz'r, Cnlwmu, Ilirtou, illytmr, l2uUr'1', Iloliiwr, I'ugfz', JUIIIIXUII, .'lI1'Iler, l'. I,'1'lA11un, fltlftlllllff. Ihr iq Rowe' t'. l.i'rvi.v, Blufurfi, Clivxt, .'llvl.r'n11, xlllru, I"i'r1.rw'. Debate Club IHS year, the Debate Club was the largest in its history, membership being double that of last year. New fields of speaking were opened to the members. ' Any interested student is admitted to the club. but he may remain there only by working conscientiously. Thus the percentage of active members is kept close to lOOfk. The clubls standing in the National lforensic League was raised considerably by the addition of many members to this honorary debaters' organization, German Club LlGlBLE for membership in the German Club are all students ol German. No dues are charged. lfor the monthly meetings speakers are engaged who discuss questions of interest to German students. The club's annual party, attended by students and parents alike, was held on February fourth in Shevlin llall. Carried on again this year were the popular bi-monthly "hot dogw sales, the proceeds of which are used to provide a scholarship for the German student judged most worthy. FIRST ROXX'-BtIt1jlI'P', ,'lIarI,m11., .llIL1fOf'1-f,C', St'll1t'.Y.fl'IW1ll7I, Gloflclrr, 1Ia1'7'c'y, Borg, Button, .llCIl1lltIt'l', Lvfllf, Riflsiu, ll'r1IH.r. SECOND Row'-Ifr't't'r, l'r't'.rt, Curlrlon, Geist, .S'z'1rmi!:, Dumz, Rlrozirhv, C. Stf"rlir', Fruxer, Emmonx. 'l'111Rn Row - ll',Iif7Vl0F'E, Slzrnznon, Tzrmer. C'l1V1'.rtm1.rc11, Sr1r1n'mvit'r, Rose, Illillvr, Pratt, Vaupvl, Voss, Umlixiv. l"Ul'R'l'H RIHV'IX'tIltfl?V, Mzrzrtwzr, Koch, Collars, Stztrrv, C'I1r'ixfUrJt'1z, Piepcr, l'arr'x'.vIz, Sago, Nvlxorz, RCl'lIf7't1lIL'. l'llFT1-I Rowf lfit'ntr'til1t'y, ,lIr'1r:, Grist, Sainzrlerx, ,lIf'rr1'II, .'Il11t'n, JOIIIZJOII, l'u1mr'V, Rost, .lloo1'l1ou.rf'. BISBILA PAGE 33 lflksl 'l'xul.li- !'irt1.vt'r, l'1.'t't11t1, ,lllt'11, Koch. .llr'llt'r, .lli't'.r, li't'1'f1l'1-ttllfi. Y t11'l1t't', fJlltl77Il'!. f.'t'i.tl. lluizlry. Ni-.1'oNo rl-Klll ll' .l1Jt'r'l't1t'lrt'r', l.i':t'1.r. !olr1z.rUu, lx'or1tlt'.vlt't'tl1. lllutorll, Ifltmlcx, Cft'1',v!, l?tfl't'rg1. ffzrlou, l1't1r'r11r1tl. Chess Club NY anti eyery stutlent at llniyersity lligh School who is interestetl in the game ol' chess is en- titletl to join the school's Chess Club. 'liournamenls are playetl throughout the year, by which players are eliminated from competition until only champions remain. This year the Chess Club purchasetl from its treasury len complete new chess sets, which were usetl to the pleasure and atl- yantage oi' members. The club's atlyiser was Mr. llagen ol' the personnel tlepartment, The Band llli progress ol' the l'niyersity High Instrumental Department may be altributecl to the new members gainetlg the enrollment has increasetl lirom twenty-six to lorty-six members. lfree private lessons are available to all. and tlelinite stantlarcls of accomplishment have been estab- lishetl. 'lihe band is looking lorwartl to next year lor the acltlition ol' new instruments, more re- hearsal time, antl new uniforms. Members l'eel much indebted to Mr. lirumwietle, their instruc- tor. lor his assistance. l'llRS'I' Rowflh lfrt1.r t'r', .llzx Kriltm l't' file. Cirt't'r, IJ, .lIzm1t'tu1, If. .S't'l11o'n1eil'1', K tzt' lr, ff. .S'tt'tn'z1. 'lf lkivlrl. ff. Juliu- xou. .llrx l,t11H'it', C'lt'r't'1t111t1, Si-.toxn Ronfl. lltzlxlwtitl. lf. l7rt1.rt'r. T. .Alr11t.vt'x1. K, I.t1mf1t'rI, I". ,llillwg .5'cdt'r', J. .llt't'.v. l't1grt', Kiltlofw. 0rlu'cL', Hrttiffmllll. l'r111Hl't'r1t1u. lx'U1'l1frr1ltl.'. V Tirlkn Row' gl. 1.tlmfn'r'f, ,Yt'l.vou. li, ,'llool'l1on.rt', Illlrllltr, fft1ofI'r'1t'lz. T, ,lluoV'l1tfit.tt', l'o.t,r, ,S't11tl1tlt'r.r, lll, 1x'o.rt', J. .S'i'l:'t'rnn111. THE l939 PACE 34 .df if ,.,.,. A J. zissi i "E:. ,: ""' ' .:.:.:.::2kEz:::',:::, , -:V gg: f' .. +2 u m.. , '- Q ,.: 'M M, A ' g, . S . 9 an .Z Q 'i V 2 MX N 1 Q 'S . f MU:-' , , Y - w - .,.,,, - . x J f ,. my - V , I .. : ' . S " 1 - x x. Q 'Q X333 w Q 5 QQ 4. Q K 9 9 ,A W 1 3 4 N P Q .W Q H aw Q 11, ,151 . 1 :55 V - '-.::?:4: V ' WV f,. w. 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High 2 Stillwater IZ Qnon-conferencej U. High 7 St. Louis Park 6 Mound 6 Hopkins 13 Wayzata 13 Excelsior 13 U.High 7 U.High 0 U.High 0 11 High 13 C40U!'Il Curtis LETT1-LRMEN-R1'i11 IVIPFNILIIII, c11pf.,' Cl111z'l1's IVi1'fl11rji', 101111 Rculcr, Clz11rI1's .S'I1'iv111'f, P0111 5lz11'z1', Frank l'!V1lfflIl17I'F, Roy Piiffffr, Bill ll'7KlIkK'l', lfV111'1'1'11' Briggs, Tom .'lr'11I.v1'11, Harry L7G1lfV1'l, B011 L1'tvi.v, Bob llzzlilivll, Buissy Cuuzmins, l'll'1'll Cnllafc, Ed Kczzzfvr, IJIIHI f,l01lfL'.Y, Bob 551110, Roger Qlfffilll' Knzgrj. 511111 Rlmdvs fuiyrj Rvid VV0l'flZd111 Clzzwk SfF1C'tl7'f Chuck lfVz'1ftI10Jf Frank IfVlll-flllflfl' THE 1939 PACE 36 1 I ,ix ' ' " ., ' .. 1 W 'fgith-:QF . W' we ' pl! ... 11.1.1 i l The 1938 Season THlS.year's Maroon and Gold football squad broke the losing streak which U. High had suffered during the previous two seasons and captured second place in the Lake Conference, Starting slowly with a loss to Stillwater. the Little Gophers hit their stride in the next two games by defeating St. Louis Park and Mound. Defeated by Hopkins and Wayzata, the Little Gophers climaxed the season by fighting to a I3-I3 deadlock with Excelsior. Play in the tackle and end positions was especially outstanding. Charles Stewart, left end, and Captain Reid Wortbam, right tackle, were awarded positions on the All-Conference Hrst team for exceptional playing. Charles Wiethoff, left tackle, and Buzzy Cummins, junior backfield man, were given positions on the alternate All-Conference team. Fighting spirit, plus teamwork and ability, spelled the Little Gopher eleVen's success for the l938 football season. Next yearls returning lettermen are already pointing toward an equally successful schedule for 1939. Bill Walker 101111 Rcizlvr Tom .-l1'11I.rmz Pvfv Slzatt' BISBILA PAGE 37 ITIRST ROWYB. rS'pr't1f1.'t1, .silltllllltflb D. .lllt107'flUl1.Yt', 1'l'IHI'lfl'tlll, S. Rlzodrxf, Kunfvr, Bnitmtrxz. bIiCOND Rowfl tlllfll C ztrnx, Ilmcx, T. J,l"lt1l7l'llU!t.Vl', ll'vlli7't'r', Briggs, Miller, lkortlmm. THIRD Rowf lvt1HfTA'1, tariffs. llozzofmz, 1i11gfI1'lvt'rI, J. l'ulm1rr, 1lt17"Zif'j', f-IH'VH'P'll'7l.V, Collars, ,'llI7I'l1t11llIf. Basketball INNING eight out of twelve conference games, Lf Highys basketball team was more than a match for the majority of the teams in the Lake District Conference. Defeated twice by Ex- celsior, the conference champions, once by llopkins and once by Robbinsdale, a new-comer in the Lake Conference, the Gopher team finished in third place. 'lihe team played three non-conference games, losing to Vkashburn and Winona, and winning over Murray. ln the district tournament the Little Gophers de- feated Mound, but in the absence of three first stringers lost to llopkins in a hard fought game. l.ed by Captain Sprafka, the team displayed good sportsmanship and teamwork throughout the entire sea- SOD, Ball-hawk Paul Coates was chosen for the Lake District All Conference Basketball team as a result of his consistently good playing all year. With six returning lettermen, next year's squad should be a strong bidder for honors in the Lake Con- ference and District meets. l.t-3'r'1'li1ullax-Joy Sprnfka, t'ufif.,' lfrwfl C'olIt11'.:'. Pun! C'ot1lt'.v, lltzrry llzzrtfwl, l?11::y Czttilzilllivzs, John llmzo-fmt, 1"I'llllk lltif-Ivy, .lim l,tlllI1t'1', lizfgmm Etzgellrvrl, Roy ,lltH'tftl1llIf, Raid l'Vorllmuz. f"1!l"J THE 1939 PACE 38 FIRST RowfRl1udt'.r, Ilurw' lfifortham, IlIr'al1'y, Parrislx, Rockwood, flrutxmz. SECOND Row-Ix'nlLImun, Rvuler, Young, Slnmv, Abbott, Wietliaff, Baath, G1'antz'aIlcy. THIRD RONN'-Cllfllmflli, Goodrich, Brigygx, lVaI1is, I'Vl1itmorc, Ifziglcbfrt, Badger, Hnfmci.v!r'a', Ifalkcr, glf!'I20VIl1I11, Ifriiifraizk, WeIlx'1'cr, .'llr.Yz'r', Ilulvble, Saruidvrx, Bauman, ,'lIiddIebraoA', Caufli Curtis. Track ITH only two returning lettermen, U. High's track team seemed at hrst to lack experience. As the season advanced and after strenuous practice, the Little Gophers defeated their Hrst opponents, Stillwater and Cretin, by scores of 55-49 and 62-42 respectively. Captain Howard Mealey took the only points for U. High in the Metropolitan meet by taking second place in the broad jump. U. High places its hopes in future meets on the coaching of Mr. Curtis and the ability of the following men: 100 yard dash-Parrish, Arntsen, Mealey 220 yard dash-Parrish, Arntsen, Mealey 440 yard dashelflowe, Rhodes, Whitmore 880 yard run-Walker, Briggs High HurdlesAReinfrank, llofmeister, McDonald Low Hurdles-Reinfrank, Cummins Shot Put-Wortham, Hubble Discus-Wortham Pole VaultgSaunders High jump-Bauman, Welliver Broad jumpflllealey, Parrish. cillflfflllll ,llfl'tIIf'j' B l S B I L A PAGE 39 I lksl R N-Kullzman, -SNf7'fI1l.T!', lf. ll-v1lif7P'l0Vl', Bruy, 1:P'tl.Yl'l', Pratt. 4 xowWBt1r1rctl, I' l'l1.T1'V', If 1171117-ff, lhwrr, lg7't1L'1ClIl'j', Kvvtiy. ttikn Roni-Alvlmtf, Kirin, Sutrinlrwzv, Allin, .lltlt'i1. Swimming NDER the coaching ol' Sy jablonski, ace swimmer from the Lf. of M. varsity squad, Lf. l'ligh's swimming team ended their season with tour wins and tive losses. Captained by Chuck Wiethoff and supported by returning lettermen Klein, liraser, Abbott, and Merrill, the Little Gopher tank team ran up against tough opponents. With four returning lettermen, and with the addition of new members, the next year's team should have a very successful season. l.!-1'l"I'l5RMI-EN' f.'1IllI'lL'.V ll'it'tlmj7, r't1pt,,' John rlltltvz, Barney ,sit1lHIlfL'P'.Y, lfr't'rt'If lfraxxvr, lfuyur' .lll1'n, john Jlvrrill, linlv Kirin, .lor Hurm'!t, Clyrlr' Rrvtly, Kmgmj THE 1939 FRHNI' lilvvvff. ll'l11'tmoi't'. Cbiiilnri, Kr'1u'yli'i'. Si-Qimxn Rowe lf. fluff, liootli, Stigrf, l'i'vfu'r, F. ll'liilmui'i', Turku Row-f .S'1n1fi', i'oiirf'z .S'i'i'.rtri1i11I, Strrtiirt. Wrestling OR the third vear lf lligh has had a wrestling team. Coached hy Ole Seestrand, a lfniversilv wrestler, the wrestling team has heen matched with some of the Nlill City teams, as not enough schools in the l.ake Confer- ence have taken up wrestling as a sporl to lorm a round-rohin tournament. ' The outstanding grunt and groan artist was lirank Whitmore, who placed second in his weight division in the Lake District tournament, and fourth in the difficult State Meet, junior High Football OR the second vear the junior lligh foothall teams have been composed of six men. and the plan has proved very successlul, lhe hovs were divided into two teams. the Panthers, led hy Dick Urhbeck. and the Lions. led hv Diclg XX hitmore. Q Ol their schedule ol three games, the Orhheck Panthers won two by the scores ol 20-0 and l'l-13. The lirst game ended in a li-o deadlock. Plans lor the continuation ol this popular sport are hemg drawn up hy the junior lligh loothall coach, Mr. Castleherrv. A I' A . . . ,. e . s-f'-ff' ' l'IRS'l' Rovv'-l'?rr1kv', li. 11'I'1gfg1.r, Ixzlilmv, Srnzflz, Krrriixtoii. Si-.coxn Row--Il. .Yl'l,wr1, C4!t"1't'ILlH1l, Xi'I.wii, J, ll'l1itrmm', Koptzts. .S'i'iIt'r', .Inilwz'2'g1, lfrii ell, B. Pi't'rm'. Tiiiuo Rovv'4l'tu1i'li L'ri.rtli'Iu'r'ry, ll'i1oiI:i'i1ru', U. ll'l11'fmmi', Broruzi, ,S'i'lii4rnii'ii'r'. J. .-ilvliutf, Or'1zlu'i'l:, C, illrlluinllil, J. l'ii'r't'i', um P BISBILA PAGE 41 Girls' Athletics MANY' various activities were offered to the girls for their physical education program this year. Some of the most popular sports were soccer, badminton, swimming, tap-dancing, and baseball. ln the fall quarter soccer was offered as an outside activity, while swimming and tap- dancing were the inside activities. The girls in the advanced swimming class were very lucky in being able to use the University pool in the new gymnasium. Basketball was the most desired course in the winter quarter. Advanced Archery and an Individual activity class were offered as alternatives. This individual activity class was an ex- periment this year and included such sports as tumbling, rope-climbing, badminton, bowling, and shuffleboard. The stars in the basketball section were Betty Heneman, jane Cvoodsill, Jeanne Crroth, Frances Glockler, and Barbara Rosenholtz. Baseball, Archery and Riflery were the best activities offered in the spring quarter. Although Baseball was the most popular this spring, Riflery was a very valuable course to have. The Girls' "U" Club did many things to further the athletic interests of the girls. ln the fall they sponsored a Playday and invited Hve of the Minneapolis schools to participate in it. An enjoyable afternoon was spent by the girls with the various competitive games. A Ski Train was promoted in the winter which gave the snow-minded individuals a chance to show their skill. At the Carnival, a successful popcorn-ball concession was held by the feminine "U" Club. The increased variety of sports and the better equipment has given University High girls a very Hne physical education program. Golf Q, 7lTH six boys who shoot consistently in the high 70's and low 80's, U. High was well repre- sented in golf meets with other schools. The team was made up of Pete Shaw, joe Sprafka, Bill Parrish, Frank Harvey, john Donovan, and Eugene Englebert. This year's squad kept the Lake Conference Golf championship, which U. High has won during the last two years. THE l939 PAGE 42 Glu! Mc few' y xi ,J K 9 ff Sliirfv, lleillviiek, lx'lim'r11z Nefmlwnlrl. llnfwle Ifnlwrgf, t'l1ri.v1i'11.fi'1i, Gilman "Leave It to Psmith" TIIE CAST Presented by the Senior Class Of 1939 Director: Gerald B. Ynclkcr Assistants: Bernice Grinots, Margaret Dahlberg LORD AIIDDLEXYICK - ITRDDDIE BOSHAM - - BELLOWS, THE Bu'1'1.DR - PHYLLIS JACKSON - LADY IWIDDLEWICK - - RONALD Eusmciia Psmrrn I.lFT KIAN ---- CYNTHIA Mcflionn - ICEVE H.-XLLIDAY - RALSTON Bidi-ODD - Miss Rumsurow AONVHA - - - - CHRISTOPHER VXV.'XI,DIzRXYlCK .'xxIl.EliN Pu.-wma' - - LORD CHIPS'XiL,XIJ - - if'I'HIiLBlLR'l'X llI'l7XYIf,3GIN RL'I'IiR'I' B.xx'1'iLR - - iiDDIIi COO'ri1s - GLJILSTS xr P,fXR'I'Y Promptcrz B arbara Roscnholtz - lU1x501zGiluza11 lhzrid Clirixtelzseil - f0l77I Rezfler Shirley' A 7112 livberg Marjorie lioquixt - Fred Klazemz - Pete Temple Connie Reimbolii .ilL1l'll'1'lI llorde - Sf7LllllLlllI42 llmee - !t:'dllZCl0lLll7lIl'Q - HditlvSl1eld01z - Clyde Reedhv Peggy lledbaifle - R0-1',il07'tltII11Il Xrzlzey Slwnllmll - l:'1'ereH l"1'aser - - l'eteSlvi1-ze ilfflcllllld l.c111g-Veal' ilielij' jo lilllx Ilflvmflz Coffey LII 'allaee lloerl' THE 1939 PAGE 48 Kf:'lmt11r, l'irt1.vt'r, I3m11ri.vl, ly't'11lt'r lltwtle, Klofturr. 'lknzfvlt' Senior On Friday evening, the tifth of May, the Senior Class ol' llniversity lligh School pre- sented to the world at large, !'Leave it to Psmith", tthe 'p' is silent as in . . . censored . . .l authored by P. G. Wodehouse in collabo- ration with lan llay. The Tuesday eventide before opening night, Bill Clapp, who was to have played Psmith, was taken ill with a temperature of lO3- whereupon Mr. Yoelker lost his mind and started tearing out his hair by the handful, Then, like a llash he knew! lle went to work and feverishly began to train lfred Klawon, who was originally scheduled to appear as the Lift Man. lired came through in fine style and really gave an excellent performance. Two of the high spots ol' the whole thing were when Washburn and Lf. lligh reciprocated dress rehearsal visits. Our theatrical rivals, Washburn. also presented "l.eave it to Psmith" by P. G., etc.. and on the same night as our exhibition, mind you! They really saw us at our most humorous moments. Quote Mr. Yoel- kerg tbefore XYashburn's arrivall "lf we don't BISBILA Cla ss Play give Washburn anything else we'll give them a few laughs." Llnquote-how true, how true. The actors had to call upon their agility to sidestep all falling scatlolding, flying paint, plus or minus brushes, flying people. etc., dur- ing the rehearsal. Another high point in every rehearsal was when Marge Boquist and Nancy Shadbolt lunged at each other with that tierce gleam of determination in their eyes. Then work ceased while loud gales of laughter echoed from every corner of the theater. lt brought down the house every time! Due to l3ill's temporary incapacitation, lfred stepped out of the Lift Man's shoes, leaving some empty shoes walking around the stage, which looks pretty silly il you've ever seen it. Ah, woe . . . ah, misery . . . when lo and behold who should walk through the door but Pete Temple tclass of 385 to climb into the shoes, which he did very well. Some of the best fun that was ever had in all history was had during rehearsals and at the play. llere's to the showllll PACE 49 Swing Vocabulary AlligatorfSwing addict. BeatwExhausted, 'fwool'ed", broke, also what a policeman walks. Boogy-Woogy, Deep base, styled in swing. CanaryhGirl singer, eg., Nelson, Swaboda, Hovde, etc. CQatfSwing musician. Clambakeq-Free for all jam session Qstudy halli. Corny-Antediluvian, obsolete Cderogatoryj. Simile:-as one of Mr. liehl's puns. Doghouse-Bass fiddle, also where one lives when behind the eight ball. Go to town-Shoot the works. Gut-bucket-Unpolished jive. llepftoj-Comprehend, what teachers have been trying to get us to do for years. llot lick-Hot musical phrase, also what most of us got when young. lckie-Fanatic who knows nothing about swing. ln the groove-Inspired. What we are never in when exams come. jam-Swing. Sessions of unbridled swing. jitterbug-One addicted to fantastic dancing upon hearing swing. jive-See jam and swing. Killer diller-Top notch musician, song or style. Also an extremely difficult Hnal. Long hair-One who plays, likes or prefers classical music, e.g. B. Young. Out of the worldwfiarried away by the thrill of swing. Ride-To jam, also what organization treasur- ers do to get us to pay dues. SchmaltziStyle of music definitely not swing. QU High band?!j Skins-Drums. Solid-Swell playing. The preferable side of the line. Tin ears-One who thinks swing is a "lot of noise." Swing-Improvised variations on a jazz mel- ody. Vx'hacky+Free improvisation. T H E l 9 3 9 PACE '50 Senior GIRL Done most for U. High: l. Heneman, 2. and 3. l-ledback. Most popular: l. Zettle, 2. Schlesselman, 3. Groth. Most versatile: l. Hedback, Z. Nelson, 3. Groth. Best athlete: l. Groth, Z. Heneman, 3. Boberg. Best dressed: l. Zettle, 2. Most likely to succeed: Tanz, 3. Schlesselman. l. johnson, 2. Heneman, 3. Hovde. Best natured: l. Shadboldt, 2. Dunn, Best looking: l. Sheldon, Z. Zettle, 3. Thinks they are: l. Abbott, 2. Zettle, 3. Biggest blulfer: l. Abbott, 2. Weist, 3. Most brilliant: l. Hobbs, 2. Reimbold, Class Grind: 3. Sheldon. Swoboda. Bergman. Zettle. 3. Hedback. l. Hobbs, Z. Weist, 3. Abbott. Biggest apple-polisher: l. Weist, Z. Abbott, 3. Ellis. Biggest gold-digger: l. Zettle, 2. Boberg, 3. All girls. Quietest: l. Simpson, Z. MacGibbon, 3. Mees. Loudest: l. Zettle Cunanimousb. Best dancer: 1. Keuhn, 2. Zettle, 3. Groth. Class Elections BOY l. Arntsen, Z. Reuler, 3. Clapp. l. MacDonald, 2. Clapp, 3. Shaw. l. Gilman, 2. Rueler, 3. Wortham. l. Stuart, Z. Weithotf, 3. Walker. l. Mees, Z. Doerr, 3. Sprafka. l. Arntsen, 2. Reuler, 3. Doerr. l. Shaw, Z. Clapp, 3. L. l. Strouse. l. Walker, Z. Sprafka, 3. Whitmore. 1. klein, 2. Doerr, 3. wofmam. l. Wortham, 2. Abbott, 3. Mealy. 1. Doerr, Z. Christenson, 3. Brackney. l. L. l. Strouse, 2. liurnell, 3. Christensen l. Young, 2. Klein, 3. Clapp. Biggest play-boy: 1. Mordaunt, Z. Coffey, 3. Mealey. l. Raymer, 2. johnson, 3. Mees. l. and 2. Shaw, 3. Stuart. l. Mees, Z. Mealey, 3. McDonald. Best hair: l. Nelson, 2. Reimbold, 3. Swaboda. l. Wortham, Z. Weithoff, 3. Whitmore. Best eyes: l. Tanz, 2. Sheperd, 3. Weist fwhen seriousj. l, Z and 3. Walker. Best legs: l. johnson, Z. Swoboda, 3. Abbott. Best hgure-build: l. Keuhn. 2. Abbott, 3. Aw, who knows? Cleverest combackery: l. Hedback, Z. Zettle, 3. Keulin. BISBILA l. Mealey, Z. Stuart, 3. Sprafka. l. Stuart, 2. Whitmore, 3. Weitholf. l. Chatham, 2. Shaw, 3. Mealey. PACE Sl Class Favorites SLIBAIECT: I. Social Science, 2. English, 3. Math., 4. History, 5. Study Ilall. AMUSEMENT: l. Smooching, 2. Dancing, 3. Reading, 4. Fishing, 5. Movies. TOPIC OF CONVERSATION: I. and Z. Life or Sex, 3. Future, 4. Me, 5. Gossip. MAGAZINE: I. and 2. Esquire, 3. Life, 4. Time, 5. Readers, Digest. BOOK: I. Ferdinand the Bull, 2. Gone With the Wind, 3. Lost Ilorizon, 4. XX'uth- ering Heights. AUTHOR: l. Wodehouse, 2. Poe, 3. Disney, 4. Boccacio, 5. None. ACTOR: I. Tone, Z. Gable, 3. j. Davis, 4. Flynn, 5. Ferdinand. ACTRESS: I. H. Lamarr, 2. B. Davis, 3. Lombard, 4. Loy, 5. Ilinda Wassau. MOVIE: l. Frankenstein and Dracula, Z. Lost llorizon, 3. Ferdinand the Bull 4. Ecstasy. r ORCIIESTRA: l. T. Dorsey, 2. K. Kayser, 3. A. Shaw, 4. Ilal Kemp, 5. Les Brown. POPULAR SONG: I. Stardust, 2. Ho-Hum, 3. Night and Day, 4. St. Louis Blues, 5. Ll-Hi Beer Song. RADIO PROGRAM: I. K. Kayser, 2. and 3. Kraft Music Hall, 4. Voice of Experience. AUTOMOBILE: I. Buick, 2. Ford, 3. and 4. jenny, 5. Any convertible. Faculty Elections MOST POPULAR: l. Walker, 2. McCune, 3. Castleberry, 4. Daoust. BEST TEACHER: I. McCune, 2. Kehl, 3. Experience, 4. Daoust. BEST HUMOR: I. Peterson, Z. McCune, 3. Daoust, 4. Walker. HARDEST TO BLUFF: l. Curtis, 2. Carlson, 3. Daoust, 4. Marlowe. MOST RESPECTED: I. Carlson, 2. Drake, 3. Wesley, 4. lVIcCune. BEST LOOKING: I. Voelker, 2. jewett, 3. Marie, 4. Castleberry. BEST DRESSED: I. jewett, Z. Castleberry, 3. Schaeffer, 4. Kehl. HARDEST WORKED: I, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Kehl. Miscellaneous ARE YOU GLAD YOU CAME TO U. HIGH? I. and 2. Yes. 3. It depends on Hnals, BEST SCHOOL OUTSIDE OF U. HIGH: l. None, 2. West, 3. St. Paul Central. DO YOU PLAN TO GO TO COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY? I. and Z. Yes. 3. If I graduate. WHERE? I. I don't know, Z. U. of M., 3. Any place I can get in. BEST SCHOOL EVENT: I. j. S., 2. Graduation, 3. Vacation. BEST SCHOOL YEAR: I. Senior, Z. Sophomore, 3. First grade. BEST U. HIGH SPORT: l. Basketball, football, 2. Track, 3. Beehng about poor school spirit. BEST PLACE TO GO ON A DATE: I. Opera, 2. A school function, 3. A hotel. BEST PLACE TO GO AFTER A DATE: l. Hasty-Tasty, 2. I won't tell, 3. Bar Maids' Row. THE 1939 PAGE 52 L,AIIegro Scram youse blues Ol' midnight hues, Bereft of joy and laughter, Youse headaches of the morning after, But eom'ere youse bingy nites before, liree from profs. who bleat and bore. Swing with Iiay or Shaw or Dorsey! Tune in liayser and McCarthyg The pun. the crack, the nasty slam, Away with books and examination cram. 'Cause for my marks I do not give a hang, Hence youse report cards which I rue. From now on, studies, you are thru. Grammer is a lot of tish, jive is my favorite dish. Choo Choo to opera! Ifun is here to stay! Ilm goin on a jitter bug's holiday! Get out of town, youse Iekies, hop a freight! Pen5er050 Come on Gates, let's celebrate! B I S B I L A Get out youse lun, The guffaw, the pun, And all me jolly little buddies. Youse keep me from my all important studies. In English I am given lowly marks, Because of last week's batty larks. And now I must study all the harder, Iior someday I must earn me room and larder, And Mr. Ilagen tells me I will get farther In my college boards for Ilarvard. So leave me with the Latin and the Greek, And, with a studious expression, knowledge let me seek. lflence youse jitter bugs get out of sight. From now on erudition will be my delight. Life is more sublime liar from the solid side ol' the line! Out of me room, me jesting laddie, I'm gonna be good, me hearte belongs to daddy! I'll slave and sweat for pa's beloved college. So on your way so I can get some knowledge! -PAXSON GILNIAN. PACE 53 How to De Park Getting the car out of a tight parking place is a very interesting pastime and can be worked into a regular game. In order to indulge successfully in the fun certain requirements are necessary, including: one twelve inch ruler, a crowbar, a completely befuddled victim of drink or two mild alchoholics, a light lunch, a picnic bottle of beer, an insurance policy with a liberal coverage, an ice chopper, a few friends on the police force and some sheets of paper and a pencil with which to make diagrams and take down witnesses. A narrow street on a street car line, preferably in downtown St. Paul, guarantees the proper spirit of congeniality for our dandy little game. There is only one hard and fast rule in our little funfest, but it in itself is apt to cause a bit of trouble. The maximum distance between you and those unfortunate people who have had the bad luck to park next to you cannot exceed a total of twelve inches. Such a restriction lends a note of frivolity as well as an addi- tional mental hazard to the occasion. Now you are in the mess and this is the routine to get out that you may use to advantage. fEd. Note-We presume to take no responsibility for the damages of those who under- take the insuring procedurej. Take your ruler and check on the bumper to bumper distance of the cars fore and aft. If you think you look funny, just wait. Keep on measuring until a small but sympathetic croud has gathered, Take out the pencil and paper and record the license numbers of the other cars, This action shows your sympathizers that you mean business. About this time it is customary for a self-styled technicaladvisor to arrive on the scene and hand out invaluable information-free-gratis, You can ignore him or notg it is up to you, Personally, I snub them unless he looks like a professional wrestler or someone too tough to handle. Therefore in apparent disdain of our "intellectual" friend, start the car, gunning the engine furiously in order to further impress the bystanders, However, tif you haven't cheatedj you nnd the wheels are resting squarely on ice, thereby producing merely friction, not motion. Then it is a good idea to get out of the car and survey the situation with an air of affected dignity. That technically inclined individual is probably sneering at you with that "I told you so" look. Don't let that ruffle you. Stare right back with the good old "all right wise guy, what are you going to do about it" look, offering the spare keys at the same time. If he is the kind of person I have in mind he undoubtedly won't hesitate to take you up. At this point, however, you are careful not to let him steal the whole show. I would advise taking the chopper and clearing away a little of the ice. Then step back with the crowd to enjoy the fun. Refrain from laughing when he spins the wheels on the ice, but when the wheels suddenly catch on the bare pavement and you hear the sound of grinding metal resulting from the telescopic meeting of your bumper with the rear accessories of the car directly in front, you must act quickly. Open the door with a grim look and gently but firmly dismiss the services of your well-meaning but misguided friend. Now you are ready to proceed by yourself, while the drunk pulls into sight to humor the crowd-After sufiiciently mangling the headlights and grill of the car to the rear tlet alone your own trunkb, take time out for a little snack. Nonchalantly munch a sandwich or two, as you prefer, and guzzle a little beer. Ah! Ah! Careful, save a little of that three point five solution for future use. By all means keep the beer out of sight or the inebriated entertainer may cause additional trouble. Clt is to be noted here that if this tipsy character is to be reckoned with, a shot from your radiator is usually sufiicient to keep him in good spiritsj If my calculations are correct, an hour will suffice to get the car into angle from which Cafter another quick Iunchb two or three more turns will send you merrily on your way, providing the drunk hasn't taken it into his head to catch a nap under the car. But don't be optimistic, Nine times out of ten a yellow object ap- proaches swiftly off the port bow which on closer inspection proves to be a street car. tThe object not the bowb. Close your eyes and hope. Darn it! He hit, but then what's another fender more or less, If your luck runs true to form, the motor will now fail to function,-It is useless to enlist the services of any volunteer mechanics. One glance at the gas gauge will show that fuel is lacking. A risk run of two blocks and a down deposit will get you the necessary gas. Oh! Oh! What's this? The occupants of the adjoining cars have returned. These people are not in a reason- able mood and I would advise against any arguments or disputes. Remember there are more of them and, Lord knows, you're already knee deep in trouble, There is no sense in denying the sad affair. The evidence, mainly that pile of scrap metal, is clearly stacked against you. When the policeman arrives, I'II bet ten to one he isn't the one you know. While you are waiting for the patrol wagon, you might as well offer the othcer the rest of your sandwiches, However, use your judgment because nine out of ten he'Il have indigestion which only complicates matters. Whatever you do, get rid of that beer to avoid further embarrassment in regard to charges of intoxication while driving. These are all the suggestions I wish to be held responsible for, because getting out of that particular place where you will be parked for the night, will require far more tact and diplomacy than I feel I have at my finger tips. THE l939 PAGE 54 ADVERUSERS I COMPLIMENTS QF HHCHUR CHSUHHY CUIHPHHY ZIPPER NOTEBOOKS 0 NEW TEXT BOOKS CAMPUS HEADQUARTERS STATIONERY o USED TEXT BOOKS IVIIMEOORAPI-IING 0 SCI-IOOI. SUPPLIES OUTLINES o TYPING I3 If I2 I N If 9 Sir!-f I4II UNIVERSITY AVENUE S, E, GLadstone I522 BISBILA PAGE 5-7 COMPLIIVIEN-IS ef the I Seeger Refrigerator Company ST. 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