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Page 12 text:
Teaching Latin and advising the Latin Club are
the activities ot magistra Romana, Miss Eleanor
Marlowe. l-ler students enjoy the programs and
parties in her classes, and the whole school looks
torward to the masterpiece she bakes tor the
carnival each year.
Future senors and senoritas, and messieurs and
maclemoiselles are the proteges ot Miss Mary Jo
Walker, tor her classes include both French and
Spanish students. The Romance Clubis gay par-
ties and programs are planned with her helptui
it Sie sprechen Deutch it will please Miss Irene
Taeuber, tor she is the German teacher and also
advises the German Club. At present Fraulein is
busy working on her Ph.D.
Beginning and second year French classes are
in the hands ot Mr. Channing MacFadon. l-lis
students become acquainted with the work ot
tamous French writers and the elements ot French
grammar. Mr. MacFadon's tinancial ability is
shown by his role as school ticket agent.
Mr. Edwin Carr seems to enjoy United States
history, tor he not only teaches it in his classes,
but he also is writing a thesis on early Minnesota.
When he has time he likes to get down to earth
to do a little gardening.
In the midst ot teaching economics in his social
science and history classes, Mr. Donald Castle-
berry ettectively demonstrated how to knock
down the income tax by getting married.
A member ot a tamily ot history teachers,
Mrs. Claude Merideth presides in modern history
classes. ln addition, as typing instructor, she
keeps many tlying tingers busy at the keys. Last
but not least she advises the Bisbila.
Mr. Clark Gill goes through many ages ot time
in his classes, 'tor he teaches both social science
and development ot civilization. l-le believes that
the taculty and student cooperation at U. l-ligh
has been highly successtul.
ln Mr. A. S. Hubin's biology classes the stu-
dents not only study about tsetse tlys and para-
sites, but they also have started to raise a tamily
ot guinea pigs. Mr. Flubin tilled the vacancy
created when Mr. Mason Boudrye lett the departe
Mr. Shailer Peterson teaches chemistry. l-lis
pet peeve is the question that people always ask:
'Does acid burn?" l-le usually answers, i'Try it
and see. Thats how l tound outf' Science classes
are made entertaining by his tamous cartoons.
Through the application and practice ot what
he teaches in his physics classes, Dr. F. J. Schultz,
who replaced Mr. Franz Vaurio in the science de-
partment, has succeeded in keeping his golt score
LANGUAGE: Taeuber, Marlowe, Walker, Magidbn. D
i-iisroizvz Gill, can, Castleberry, Merideth., ' 7
SCIENCE. Schultz, Hubin, Peterson.f' , W J CJ
J F t
,JA 'NJ , S
X I X .
Page 11 text:
fames E. Curtis f
assistant director, knows just about all there is to
know about University High School. Commonly
known as l'Big Jim," Mr. Curtis is a graduate ot U.
High, himselt, so he realizes how hard it is to get to
class on time and to keep homework up to date.
The destiny ot U. High's tootball, basketball, and
other teams has lain in Mr. Curtis' hands since he
returned in l93l to become athletic director ot the
Little Gophers, Through his coaching, U, High teams
have won championships in almost all sports.
As can easily be guessed, Mr. Curtis enjoys
sports ot all kinds, and also likes to engage in a
little hunting and tishing.
STANDING: Breidenbach, Emmons, J. Rigler, Sartori, Amberg, Gil Friedell, Briggs, Stone, Marvin, N. Rigler. 2nd ROW: Jerry Friedell,
Emslie, M. Boberg, R. Rose, Mr. Walker, J. Parks, S. Dunn. lst ROW: Goepfert, Lauer.
During tourth hour every Monday the buzz
which can be heard throughout the halls is caused
by the discussions which come up in the Senate,
U. Highs student government body. The pur-
pose ot this organization, whose members are
chosen by the various classes and whose otticers
are elected by student vote, is to tind the anf
swer to current student problems. Among this
yearis accomplishments can be listed the organ-
ization ot noon hour recreation, presentation ot
an enjoyable 'Dog Patch Daysil dance and co-
operation with Mr. Dugan in planning successtul
assemblies. I94l-I942 otlicers include: Roger
Rose, president: Marjorie Boberg, vice-president:
Mary Emslie, secretary: Jack Rigler, treasurer: and
Mr. Walker, adviser,
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A tavorite tor many years at U. High, Mr.
Virgil Walker will long be remembered tor his
private phrases, mel-ot-a-hessil and licuss-ed
thing." ln addition to teaching mathematics he
is adviser ot the Senate,
Originator ot the 'lsteam engine yell" and pos-
sessor ot a genuine southern drawl, Mrs. Lois N.
Turner is a math teacher supreme and a hard worlc-
ing co-adviser ot the senior class.
Mr. Wilton Guncllach is a teacher ot sines and
cosines, bisectors and trisectors. He shares with
Miss Handlan the iob ot advising the iunior class.
Home Economics instructor Miss Eunice Hen-
drickson teaches the tuture housewives ot U. High
in addition to assisting the girls in putting on their
Manual Training at U. High is under the direcf
tion ot Mr. Raymond Larson who replaced Mr.
Micheels in the shop. The detense job ot buildf
ing model airplanes tor Uncle Sam is under his
Mr. Duard Laging, art teacher, had a big iob
on his hands as the admiral ot the Carnival
Boards ship, S.S. Gopher. The Beaux Arts club
which he advises may be thanked tor the posters
in the halts.
Music teacher, Mr. H. M. Silverthorne, directs
all ot U. High s operettas and chorus programs.
Rumor has it that he will soon enter the army.
ln addition to teaching English to all ot U.
Highs Juniors, Miss Bertha Handlan helps them
to plan their J. S. and other activities as co-
adviser ot their class. Miss Handlanis other duties
include acting as taculty member ot the assembly
committee and cofsponsor ot Acme.
Mr. Gerald Voelker teaches the sophomores
about pronouns, antecedents, case, and number
and turther helps the tenth grade as class adviser.
A welcome addition to U. Highs taculty this
year is Miss Mildred Schmidt who teaches Eng-
lish. Miss Schmidt also trains tuture iournalists
and advises the Campus Breeze, school news-
Mrs. Harold Bergman teaches speech, advises
the Dramatic and Speech Clubs, and directs all
ot the school s dramatic productions. Her main
diversion and pet weakness is receiving letters
trogn that handsome, blonde husband who is in
Mr. Raymond Kehl has a big job on his hands
teaching senior English and advising the senior
class i-n planning parties, Baccalaureate and Com-
mencement. He also guides the creative writing
grgup in their interesting hobby,
MATH: Walker, Turner, Gundlach.
SHOP: Larson, HOME EC.: Hendrickson, ART: Laging, MUSIC:
ENGLiSH: STANDING: Kehl, Voelker, Schmidt. SEATED: Bergman,
YN fit" " .
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