University High School - Clarion Yearbook (Normal, IL)

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Checking attendance, signing tartly and absence excuses, planning schetlules, antl making out report cartls are just a few of the responsibilities of the University High School otlice statf. lixcellent stutlent help was given by Betty Von Allnien, Lois jahnke, Betty lioreman, antl Wesley Stephens. This is Wesley's fourth year of service on the stall. XX'e have appreciated the kind help ancl service of all members of the stall. DR. S. G. XVAC-GONER Q-.Nm DR. A. H. LARSIQN X 'IF J 'f is 4? Y M' 4' A , r X: g ,Q I I , M ig' uaqenxgvw ,wma E 4 , . ,Wm 5Xl5iiw???iiL? l . . n fu WA . , . R 4 if 33 X 4 'MH gggif ., W T 1 Q: 1 v' Y 1 ew-5 LA -fi, ' r ' 4 1 4, S 'H' .Q 5' , if , wih- lf., if sv A' 1 ,, ,. Y gk K mmf 'agus-v,,, L vm x 1 up I A Nr 321 an ' W 42 rg, A . , 3 , Q- wb 1 Q new ww 1 '3 s I1 It .E 1' 0, 8 M A K YJ! E, I I 4 xg M .2 Q9-3, Ig yf gtg ,N X W- L W - Qi Q u-rf' y ,. .., .V I iw! K k if i -N F 1, 1 fi Y x Y uv Wi, 4- i 4 4 pqixg ' A . 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Xxfiseunsin University lfl.INOR li. l7l.AUG N'1tl'em.1tiex rss., MS., t'.m-L-mf' ltr tttinmg Y llLlSfL'l'U State ,l1CLlCl1Cl'S College-Q l'niversity uf Cllietlgug l'mx'er- sity of Cfwlmxulng XXf'.tsl1ington lhiversity ,MARGUIQRITIQ REGINA CQONNIZLI. l..ttin lilftl., lllinuis State Normal llni- versityg M.A., llniursity uf Illn- nuisg lluivermity uf Clriengug llni- vCl'Slly of flttltllilkltll litl.D.. 'll-tleltern Clullege. Ckvlumlwm llni- versity S'l'ANl.lfY MARZOII7 Psyclmlttgy A li, Witte-11lwc'r'g cIUllL'42IL'I lNl.A., l3'l1.D., Ohio State lllllX'L'lSlly infill QW Cfwll-':g.ge, lNl4trquette, lNlu'l1i,.1.,l1 t US., lllimwis XXfesley.rn l7niver sityp B.lftl., lllinuls State Nttrunll B.l1tl., 5lAll"f lmverstty, Meg-lteux Point, w1l5CUll5lIl1 HS., Stunt ln- A.M., Tettclurx College, Cnlumlwin Classes j A V4 f f , X mf A J f f 4, X M , 4 !' f A l' A , i , f m - Alf AQ, -bk' ul i ,'q A . Jll W f i V A ' f xiii? igigg ii: A XRS l.eroy Peyton. Iaines Heavey, Charlotte Ratcliffe Senior Class XX7ith jim Heavey, Leroy Peyton, Charlotte Ratcliffe, and Bob Cass serving as presi' dent,, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer respectively, the class of I9-42 had a gay year. Here is a brief resume of the various activities of the Senior class: A three-act play, "Alice Sit by the Fire," directed by Miss Ruth Yates, was presented by the seniors on March 9, Charlotte Ratcliffe and Bill Ellison had the leading roles in this play. The seniors held their annual picnic near the end of the school year, and on .lune 2, Dr. Wziggoner gave a tea for them. The beautiful and very impressive baccalaure- ate service was held on May Bl, Senior class night, high in spirit and gay in activity, was the most recent of the senior activities. A typical feature of the Senior class was the Senior Board, composed of representa- tives from the class. lt was the duty of this board to make decisions, in behalf of the en- tire class, on problems confronting it. This year's board took charge of the commence- ment invitations, the activities of class night, and other events. The board was composed of Audrey Genders, Dick Hall, Harlan Bliss, and the class officers. Mr. lvens was the sponsor of the Senior class and faculty adviser of the Senior Board. The most important event for the seniors during their entire high school career was held on june 5. The graduation exercises were very impressive with the seniors in their grey caps and gowns marching in and then out for the last time. After four years of hard work, the seniors had achieved their final victory. GALE IiUUIiNIi ALBERT I MARI YN I.IiA BAUMAN XVINIFRICD MARY BOXWIEN X r if M411 2: 7fV4"f W ROBIERT EDWARD cifxss LDT' M CHALICE MARY ANN ARMSTRONG WII.I.IAM OLIVER ARNOLD STUART MELCOM BILL HARLAN EUGENE BLISS JOHN FRANCIS BYRNE OSCAR ROBERT CADE IiIi'I"I'Ii jAYNIf CHRIST VVALTER LENDOLPH CHRISTEN BARTON LEE CROSS MORRIS ELXVOOD DOERR EDNA DUGGER JOSEPHINE LOUISE FAGERBURG I 7 X l I KJV, ,! I --' L WALTER NELES CI-IRISTIANSON JOHN WARNER COALE SI-IERMA EMILY DABNEY DAVID DISIPENNETT IVIARY JANE DOI-IT EDWARD BERNARD DUEHR EMILY GERTRUDE DUNN WILLIAM GIBBS ELLISON . I a N I m 5 Q jx ,M .SY ,-'LQ X J J z' I I I XI xv fo BARBARA VIOAN FAIRNHAM AlIIJRIiY Mme cswnleks mivnsmx' ,umm cs11sR.MAN AIOHN HALI, RICHARD ALITXANDIZR HAI.I. L HIETTY I.OUISIi HAI.I.A M -IAMHS THOMAS HIIAVIEY HARRY FRANCIS JACKSON SHIRLIZY IRIENI? -IAMIES HILTON 'ROBERT -IANNUSCH CARI. RlISSIiI,I, AIOHNSON liIiRAI.DINIi MAMIIE JOHNSON KAY VIOHNSTON liI,I.IEN IiI.IZABIi'I'H -IONIiS ROBIZRT EUGIENIQ IAXVRIINCI v V x - J 'II ' II 1 , 42 U wk- ' 1 LILA DIfAN LEE VIERNON EDGAR LFI? Jouw Jon MARTCHNAK XXHLFRFD XVALTITR MARTIN LIZLAND XYIILSON MULLFNS BILL BLAINE NIZIL ,J ALVA PAUL LIIVIHIIR VIRGINIA RUTH IVIAIINFY CAROL AIIZAN OBITRST I A D 8 ,. GERALD LUTZ IXMARY LOU IVIILLION IVAN CHARLES ORTINIAN fy 0 I X V X K . .J N ISIITTY JANE INIAHANNA S Q XINIARI IXIORRISSIEY IIDWARD LIIIZ PEIFIZR 4 14 S I FXS X' A " 4 X, XR -I Q Q 5 6 A Yyx K L IL N Y X I I . N X X A 3 I I I KI RN- x A 3. W I ' y X 5 0 2 , s If 1 f v ' f .N y ' I 1 y f I Y N K U I I ' X I A ' K C 7 RN fi .J 1 " I . K N I -, A , . Ii, . I Mm 5 , 2 , , '- Q , f X I V 7 : 3 ,xx N- 9 I 4 P Rx XXI Pk 3' 1 I 7 ' 1 I J . Q 2 'L 2 L3 I 1 ' Wk HAR ILRUY FORRISST l'IiY'I'ON NIA lf'l'llliI,DA SA'l"l'liRFl HAHA IIINTON Rlil l.liY , W, - A LA ,Vx x ,IAJAD :fl -MW 1 - t' K ' I Y1' ' XT" A3 J' x -' f M I ' "B ll I I fl J! , 'I I X ll x. Z 5' A N X x R ' 'x , . X , 1 ' n 1 F ' f Ml 1 Q A ' I 'fx IZRNIQST RADLEY CHARLOTTI2 MYRTLE RATCLIFFI HARRISON l2STEI.I.E ROSE CLARA FONTELLA RIYFF KISNNIETH JOY SCOTT b . MARY RUTH SIZEMORIS 5 RQ PAUL EVANS SNOW! ,, ' j0HN -IOE SOI.I.O .1"' , ..' 1 Q V . X Y . so R X. s -. 5 - .,, X I I MARTHA LELA STEVENS ODESSA RUBY OESCH WILLIAM COOPER WACHOB HOWARD CARL WATERS JACQUELINE DELORES WHITE BETTY JANE WILSON ALMA VIRGINIA HULVEY If DTTO THOMAS TILLEY BIESSIE LOUISE WEST C Q-Jukrkfljg Lk, .CAL VAUNA JEAN YOUNG MQW-252 Q , 5216 . 'I' ,lu 1 Q ,Y of: YP-iz! if Q-Q. Q ii f f uims? F4158 F A2 ala I w 4 u gf '? I 1 mi My wg. 1 ar: v A W QW 1 "4 'Hz 1 , f gx A 'E Q? 37? .. .Q 1:1 H2 1 , W, H i 1 ,N W5 9 Q , '.44' ,z. gy gif 4 if it 4 if 'fi U! 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Representatives for the student council were Gloria Sampson and William Popejoy. The junior class had many expenses to meet. Early in the school year they started to earn money by selling candy at the football games. They also took care of refresh- ments for the basl-:etball games. The annual junior play, "A Day in the Sun," also helped to raise their budget. Most of this hard-earned money wentinto the annual junior-Senior banquet and prom, which was held on May 22, 1942. Several committees were selected by the juniors to plan this affair. Due to careful planning of these committees, it was a great success. The juniors selected their class ring and pin with great care. The ring contained, as usual, the high school emblem set on the desired stone. During their three years at University High School, the juniors have participated in many different clubs and activities. Among the outstanding ones are the music organiza- tions-band, orchestra, and chorus. The Chess Club has also been very popular with the juniors. Sophomore Class In September the sophomores held a meeting in the U. High study hall at which time they elected jane Limber, president, Wilmer Amacher, vice-president, and Beverly Taylor, secretary-treasurer. Ted Weldon and Bill Hogan were also elected as Student Council representatives. Since then the class has held regular monthly meetings. On November 28, 1941, a "Snow Ball" was held in Cook Hall. The "Ball Room" was decorated with balloons, streamers, and various snow scenes. Margaret johnson acted as chairman of the decoration committee with Connie Kinneman, jean Lamkey, Bill Hogan, Dean Creager, and Ted Weldon as her able assistants. Being a versatile class, the sophomores of University High have a good representa- tion not only in the various sporting and musical organizations of the school but also in the many clubs which function on the campus. As the school year of '41-'42 draws to a close, it leaves in its wake many pleasant memories. To the members of the Sophomore class are left the memories of an enjoyable and successful year and the hope that in the coming year they will be capable of taking up their new role as juniors. Miss Blanche McAvoy has carefully guided the class over many "bumps," The sophomores take their hats off to her as a very efficient adviser. M Hill F Dee, D. Locke, P. Lawrence, B. Haag L. Oesch, A. Schaab, .M. Stover, M, Mette, D Mcftmn I' Houlton S H I M D , D, B 1 ' , U mn unn Hgomer l.. Massey, R. Bankicrt, S. Stretch, Al. 'Rhinehart Freshman Class This year the Freshman class got a flying take-off. Miss XXfinegarner guided and sup- ervised the freshmen through their new experiences in high school. The Student Council, in collaboration with the Walter Dill Scott Chapter of the Honor Society, sponsored a freshman-day picnic in May. A fcw of the freshman boys participated in the sports program. They all displayed a line, American spirit and true sportsmanship. Many members of the Freshman class enrolled in the music department of U. lligh. The chorus had in its num.ber many of these ambitious, young students who participated for enjoyment as well as for the prestige of their class. The freshmen were also well represented in the orchestra and band. Diiferent members of the class enrolled in the Dramatics Club, Rostrum, Home Economics Club, Cltzrimz, Art Club, and Chess Club. Under the direction of Miss Winegarner, the class held a meeting in February for the purpose of electing otlicers. A short discussion was held to delineate the qualities which a good othcer should possess. Mary Lou Stover was chosen to lead the class through the rest of the year. Gene Van Dyke was elected vice-president, and Sally Stretch was designated to assume the orhce of secretary. Sally started her work immedi- ately by taking charge of the nominations. The treasurer chosen was Kenneth Keighin. Marilyn Mette and Williain Benjamin were chosen to represent the Freshman class on the Student Council. As the school year closes, the Freshman class looks forward to its sophomore year at U. High. They sincerely expect it to be as successful as the past year has been. H' 19113 3 Q 'fm 4 ,M-' it X 6-1' iz. 9 wx. ,,,, N " , QNX Sig? 1 83 X w w N .Ni is . SS 'V SQ 4 iw ww-f X? if ff -:gs X :., -Q W K YF' X WM X aw 1 I N N . R ' 68 -'Lf I as , Wm .+"Nx x E la! k X, .. .. c Wa: iz w + Q , W P N5 'Q , N is X w i 4-a mx Q Q if W ix me ' 5 5 3 M 5 'E gg Y ,L ' wi ??i2fiE?gI' w 3 7 Y J' , : 4 .2: ' nw., it .- . , , .:, . M 52? - g 5'-IQ -1"'- ' 'T 25 ' 5, V3 I 3 WE ,fa Aegis' f Egg A K '- :,gf,,5f ,ff Sxigm 5 V, 3 ia 2 x ? 5 2 ., fa 2 'ik 5 A, . 1 . vm.. A VW. fgw.. Ax, 5' Q i. 2 55, 54 6 L-,.r::., M. . E. N Si N55 Www mi 4 aw ,KV ,X wg k'i X x Al VA JEFFERSON Cut Boys In Servlee STUART BILL University High School is proud of its graduates and former students who hue taken their places in the armed forces of the nation to aid in the struggle for freedom At the outbreak of this conflict, two students from the class of 1942, Alva jefferson md Stuart Bill, left their classes and rallied to the colors. jefferson chose the Marines ind Stuart Bill, the Army. We, the students and faculty of University High School, look xx ith pride upon the patriotic action of these boys. To the honor of these and the former students and alumni now in the service we dedicate this page. Winston Adams Claude Armstrong Dexter Ashbrook Loyal Austin james Barker john Blum joe Bunting XValden Cade Eugene Cawood Marion Clark Ben Coale Charles Cobb Gordon Cushman Robert Darby Rex Darling Walter Davis George Demetrulius William Diesel Norton Deusing Richard Dunn Ernest Ellison Robert Erdman Morgan Evans Ralph Fairchild Ernest Farmer Brace Farnham Eugene Forbes George Gehrke Alfred Gierman Robert Hall Vincent Hare Vernon Harrison Harry Hayner Robert Herr Edwin Holcomb Franklin jacquat Alva jefferson Martin jefferson Tony jennings Edward Kovaciny Richard Kohler joseph Lawhun Ernest Lawrence Donald McKinney William McKinney Marvin Marx Richard Meihsner Lawrence Oesch Elmo Parlor john Pricer james Rachac Gerald Reilley XVilliam Rice john Ross john Schroeder Wallace Stott Paul Selders Pete Sizemore Clifford Stanley Russell Sizemore Robert Stevens Donavon Tarlton Robert Turner Maurice Vincent Horace Wells Rae Worthington Read Yates Now Is The Time Form f K f I, . 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S3 ' WWMW M W I3 M051 nf 0 an I M If QMWMW bam: in M dy? H L , M1 WW MJWWWM .6269 Q LM, xiii WWF SM 4 W W Jfiw j SEWWWY QS QW jdiawx First Row-O. Satterfield, J. johnston, M. McKibbin, P. Limber, G. Sampson, K. Johnston Second Row-B. Popejoy, J Farnham., Dr. Larsen, Miss Ebel, B. Ellison, B. Hogan, T. Welrlimil Student Council This year the governing body of University High School, the Student Council, had as its president, Paul Limberg vice-president, Joyce Johnston, secretary, Oma Satterfield, and treasurer, Kay Johnston. The Student Council was under the supervision of Dr. Larsen and Miss Ebel. Members consisted of two representatives from each class. a The Student Council successfully carried out plans in October for the U. High home- coming, one of the largest social functions of the year. One of the outstanding projects which the Student Council completed during the year was the clean-up campaign. Posters appeared on the bulletin board with such slogans as, "lt ain't funny, paint costs money." Tags worn by the students suggested keeping the buildings clean. U. High, led by the Student Council, did its bit for national defense. In addition to selling national defense stamps, it sponsored a dance for which the admission was a ten- cent defense stamp. Through the Student Council, University High School .became a member of the junior Red Cross. The vocational classes in home economics, manual arts, and agriculture studied on projects for the junior Red Cross. Officers for the following year were elected on March 30, and these officers were sent later in the spring as delegates to the Student Council convention in Chicago. Assisting with freshman-day plans was another activity of the Student Council for 1941-1942. l Coltstliallc, Ci. Sai Avoy, li. Hunting, ,l. Alolinston, ll. liliss, C. Karr, Ll. Chapman f lxiniieman, M, llL'llI', la. llell, lil lavlor, J. Wliite, Mr. liar l' Stimgcliiieier, Al. Otto, R. Cirecrie, P. Cross, ll. SliCgl'lII1L'l'Cl' npson, C. Ratclilfe, li, Stretch, M. Harvey Social Committe This year marks the trial of the Social Committee. lt was founded and put into active service to provide for U. l'ligh's en- tertainment. As it has tried to please the stu- dent body in all possible ways, U. High feels very fortunate in having such a committee. lt is quite evident that such an organization has been needed for some time. Each class of the school is represented by one member. Harlan Bliss represented the Senior classg Barbara Bunting, junior classg joy Chapman, Sophomore classg and Carol Karr, the Freshman class. joyce 'lohnston was the representative of the Student Coun- cil, while Miss McAvoy served as sponsor ol' the committee. During this year the committee has been responsible for many various events and dances, and we hope that they will continue their good work in years to come. The com- mittee stands ready at all times to receive helpful suggestions. Thalian Thalian Debating Society has just been called to order. After the secretary calls the roll and reads the minutes, four members debate. livery Monday evening this proce' dure is followed. The girls are privileged to have Mr. Barger as sponsor to give them pointers on debating form. Thalian won its first debate with Rostrum and are retainers of the lierd C. McCormick cup. They are hoping to be as successful when they again clash with Rostrum. Two other outstanding debates have been given, one for assembly and the other for a parent- teachers' meeting. Thalian also sponsored an all-school party, the "Cherry Tree Hop." The Velma Horn Meyer Award was given to Charlotte Rat- clilfe as best all round senior, The first semester othcers were Gloria Sampson, Charlotte Ratclitfe, Patsy Cross, Margaret Harvey, and Isabel Gottschalk. A s s e m bl Committee Keeping up the morale of the students is the job of the Assembly Committee. This committee is composed of members from the four classes and the Student Council. This year the representatives were: Student Coun- cil, Bill Ellisong Senior class, Paul Snowg junior class, Patsy Crossg Sophomore class, Martha Behrg and Freshman class, Roderick Abbott. A number of entertaining programs were presented by the students and faculty of Uni- versity High School. To provide variety on the programs, several entertainers were brought in from the community. One pro- gram of particular interest was a demon- slration on liquid air. Due to the able assistance of Miss Hamil- ton, the Assembly Committee has produced a series of programs which were both inter- esting and educational to the students of University High School. ia , l fi, X E l I f . 1 1 -i '1 I ' J s I I JJ- X lxvj f ,f 4f'-- A, l Rostrum For many years one of the most outstand- ing clubs in University High School has been the Rostrum Debating Society. The club this year has upheld the tradition of the past. Members elected to lead the club for the first semester were: Paul Limber, presidentg john Coale, vice-presidentg and john Doug- las, secretary-treasurer. Chosen to serve the second semester were: William Ellison, presi- dentg Ray Herrington, vice-presidentg Wil- liam Miller, secretary-treasurer. The four- teen members of the society met every Mon- day evening at seven o'clock under the able supervision of Dr. William Lueck. The outstanding competitive events of the year 1941-1942 were the two Rostrum-Thal- ian debates. This has been an annual affair for almost thirty years. Another important occasion was the traditional Rostrum ban- quet, which was held in the latter part of the second semester. g Bl. Behr, P. Cross, Miss Hamilton, P. Snow, B. Ellison, R. Abbott ,fy ,f ' 'jug-'V-ff'-' 377 f T4 Stated-Dr. Lueck, B. Miller, B. Ellison, R. Herrington Stundingfj. Malmberg, H. Rose, W. cAl11fSYCI1, -I. Coale, li. lloglll C Malmberg I Douglas , C Wy ' - A i i I X, " f Bi .lurid YNQM Wear' WL77 Y 35 K . ' K .. t ix 4. K Seated?C. Bessemer, B. Miller, S. James, K. Johnston, B. Ellison, V. Young, Mr. Vetter Standing--P. Cross, D. Bartram, li. Bell, M. Harvey, j. Lamkey, B. Cross, P. lilvidge, H. Hallam, S. Dabney, l3". Stiegelmeier, M. Stover, W. Sylvester Clarion The CIMITUH staff of 1941-42 faced its task with enthusiasm and orig- inality. Complications resulting from unprecedented rises in paper, cover, and engraving costs were serious and threatened at times to stop the work entirely. By careful budgeting and repeated revision, the original ideas and enthusiasm have been saved although the .book had to be shortened one signature. The members of the staff have shown initiative and independence in their work in addition to a loyalty in keeping with the theme of the book. They have been good soldiers and have worked diligently to the end. The editor has had a difficult jobg but .because of her leadership, she has pulled the staff through thick and thin. The other department heads have also been very busy with their various duties of proof reading, picture taking, and the many other tasks that make such a yearbook possible. Of course, all is not hard work. The Clrzriwz staff has proved that people can have fun while they work. Such a philosophy has had a great deal to do with making this yearbook what it is. Emerging from a successful year, we of the Cfrllifflll staff feel that a large part of our success is due to the expert guidance of our sponsor, Mr. Dale B. Vetterg and we sincerely appreciate the time and effort he has given toward the publication of our yearbook. Sealal K, vlolinstoii, la. Dunn, S. blames, C. liulli, W, Bowen, lXl.lllIIl'y, K.. llattliflz' Standing ll Bliss, I. llcavcv, l'. l.imbt-r, Dr. lfllvsoiul Sealed- -Miss Wiiic-g.li'nc'i', Dr. l..irsen, Mr. lvens, B, Cross Standing -Dr. XXf.tggoi1t-i, K, -lnlinstun, W. Amacher, G. Sampson, C. llattllllc Honor Society The Wiilter Dill Scott Chapter ot' the Na- tional Honor Society, under the direction of Dr. Ellwood, has just finished a successful year. This society was founded on the four principles of scholarship, leadership, charac- ter, and service. This year the Honor Society .began by in- itiating the following new members: Bill Ellison, Shirley james, Emily Dunn, jim Heavey, Winifrecl Bowen, Paul Snow, Har- lan Bliss, Charlotte Ratclitfe, Virginia Mauney, and Paul Limber. Members initi- ated in their junior year were Clara Ruff, Kay johnston, and Robert Cass. One ol the outstanding events of the year was the making ot' a school calendar which will be presented to all new students next tall. Another event enjoyed .by all was the annual banquet with Normal Community High School. ln the spring several junior classmen were chosen to take the places of the graduating seniors. pportionment Board Economy, cooperation, and security- these are the principles upon which the University High School Apportionment Board is founded. Since the duty of the board is to divide the money received from activity fees among the various organizations of the school, a hard working group of cooperative members is extremely necessary. This year's representatives included: Betty Lou Cross, Freshman classg Wilbur Amacher, Sophomore classg Gloria Sampson, junior classg Charlotte Ratclitfe, Senior representa- tiveg and Kay johnston, Student Council. liaculty advisers were Dr. Wiiggoner, Miss Winegarner, Mr. liogler, Dr. Larsen, and Mr. lvens. This year's chairman was Mr. lfogler, with Charlotte Ratclitfe serving as secretary. lndustriously disposing ol all the school's hnancial problems in one meeting, the board displayed the same line, cooperative spirit and sense of responsibility which is essential to the success of any endeavor. Science Club Being a part of the Research StaH, the Science Club is very important. Every Wed- nesday from six-thirty until eight o'clock an industrious group of scientists met in the sci- ence building. Each of the members of the club chose a project and worked on it until it was completed. The projects were entered in the Illinois junior Academy of Science in the spring. Miss Harriet jacquat and Mr. Leroy Bury, Illinois State Normal Univer- sity students, gave much help to the mem- bers, while Dr. Blanche McAvoy served as faculty sponsor and proved to be an excel- lent leader. john Douglas was the state re- presentative from the club, being secretary of the Illinois junior Academy of Science. The editor of the club newspaper was jean Lam- key. D. Wood, W. Amacher, W. Sylvester, J. Lamkey D Baiti im Dtwuglis Dr. ,McAvoy X 0 Dramatic Club The Dramatics Club was newly organized again this year under the direction of Miss Mabel Clare Allen. They started the year by choosing the following othcers: joan Rhine- hart, presidentg and Mary Lou Stover, secre- tary. The Christmas assembly. in charge of the Dramatics Club, presented a one-act play of a medieval Christmas. This was so well re- ceived that it was immediately signed up for two more assemblies. "Elmer" and a variety program were then presented. The members of the Dramatics Club re- ceived a great deal of valuable information concerning dramatic production. While most of the members were in the casts of the plays, the others were working on make-up, scen- ery, costumes, and stage committees. This plan gave everyone an opportunity to assist with the productions. Seated-C. Karr, Miss Horton, Miss Allen, J Rhinehlrt M Stove Standing-D. Vanderwater, M. Metre, A. O Connor B Hoitoi Bartram, B. Cross, M. Harvey, B. jackson, N. Brown K lstnhirt M H ilton, B. Outram, M. Hill, E. Christen, B. Nixon .NM 9 if f,v::3-,vamaawmxg N W A , 'k 2 'ls 3 S K K gf 3 I li i E. X gh! .41 N . H Ni . '-J .U M x 4 V mr 3 1 , f2,.,,fmm,, f 4fmQ',?'.,,M Xf?k . ,,,..,,.. AWK Fig 7:14 K S rtccl--D. Vance, l.. Hagele, V. Holley, P. lilvidge, R. Abbott ncling-W. Sylvester, K. jolinston, D. Anglen, C. Ruff, IZ. Clirist-en, ml lm llllilfl.. Lloyd, l.. Guidoni, H. Hallam, I., l.ee, B. Reilly inclingil? Wiitkiiis, P. Cross, O. Oesch, C. Oberst, P. Stiegelmeier, ss Wfebb, V. Young, C. Sullo rt Club The Art Club this year has given an ac' count of itself in many ways. During the Christmas season, the members were responl sible for the beautiful, stained glass work in the lower halls as well as for a very interest- ing assembly program. Poshers and pictures for the campaign to keep the U. High halls clean were designed by the Art Club. The Art Club is for students who are in- terested in learning more about art and about work with art materials. Regular meetings were held on the tirst and third Wednesdays of the month. Clara Rutt held the otlice of president of the clubg Isabel Gottschalk, vice-president' and Wilbtir Sylvester, secretary. As a whole, the club has a great deal of promise for the future. Miss Ogle took the responsibility of traina ing and guiding this organization as it worked for the forwarding of art apprecia- tion in University High School. Commerce Club On the second and fourth Weclnesclays of the month, future business magnates and small town secretaries of tomorrow wend their way toward Old Castle and Commerce Club meeting. The otiicers for the past year were: Hetty Hallam, presidentg Phyllis Wiitkins, vice- presidentg Barbara Reiley, secretary-treas- urer, and Miss Mary Webb, faculty sponsor. The club members saw various methods of conducting business in practical operation in several different business houses in Bloom- ington-Normal. Talks were also given by Maymie Harris about her work at the Stare Farm, by Vauna jean Young on a trip East, and by Miss Tucker on etiquette. Following Miss Tucker's talk, the club gave a tea for the faculty. The club's constitution was rewritten. Club members have also donated their cleri- cal services to the Red Cross for the past year. Home Ec Club The Home Economics Club, under the -adership of Lola Lloyd, presidentg Beverly Bierman, vice-presidentg and Rita Vander- 'ater, secretary and treasurer, enjoyed a very ,iccessful year. Miss Bernice Tucker served s this year's sponsor and adviser. The girls re truly appreciative of her splendid cooper- :ion and her untiring efforts in the interests f the club. The program for the year consisted of many interesting things. In a November meeting, Lola Lloyd and Rita Vanderwatei ave a report on their trip to the home eco- omics part of East Bay. On December 17, a Ihristmas party was giveng january 17, va- ltion experiences were relatedg February 4, program was presented by the Home Econ- mics I classg March brought forth the club's nnual banquet. The program for the year nded in May with a .big picnic at which the fhcers for the next year were chosen. .. L, 0 -,L sf' 2 I ,Q X X4 T9 q ld 7 V 1 XL iff, K 1 if N s f i Chess Club Of all the clubs in University High Lchool, the Chess Club is probably the mos' unique. A new organization now in its third ear, this club has a large and faithful fol- owing. The only formal meeting of the group is for the election of officers. This 'ear the worthy member again chosen as the mresident was Bill Miller. The meeting places of the Chess Club vere wherever there was a solitude and a imooth surface for a chess board. The meet- ngs were called whenever two members felt he urge for a stimulating game of chess. Dr. Larsen, who was faculty sponsor of the Qlhess Club, attended these meetings fre- luently. Interest in chess was kept alive by he annual tournaments in which the club nembers participated. - - ve., ' ..-.,,mn-an-n s-,Lev . - ' f if Seated--M. vV.ll'lI1l'7lI', M, Mette, Clmig. -I. Henson, R. lilumershine, R. Metcalf W' Amacher, li. lNllll'f5l', li. Fletcher, C. Ratcliffe, Sage, M -johnson, P. Lawrence , . li. Cioss, li. lillisou, li. Popeyoy, I. Harscha, li. Holmes. lluel, li. Mercier, A. Stanberry, li, Mi P Standing-C. Maxey, D. Bartram, P. Stiegelmeier, li. Bell, P. Stiegelmeier, P. W.1tkins liuntiug, 5. Vlanles, 1 eithman V Band One. two , three, and play! lf a person were to step into rehearsal hall any fourth hour, he might hear these familiar words. At least they are familiar to University Highs band members. There the observer would see Mr. Peithman, the conductor. furiously waving a baton while the band is playing at his bidding. The band, one of the school's best morale builders, has played at both football and basketball games and has seemed to be a big help. Another way in which the band helps the school is by presenting at least one assembly program a year. This is a very colorful affair, the gold braid on the coats fairly sparkling, the white trousers or skirts so fresh and crisp. The band is a very busy organization, so for the last two years it has elected otlicers to handle its business. This year's otlicers are: Bob liletcher, presidentg Phyllis Stiegel- meier, vice-presidentg and Bill Popeioy, secretary. These officers get together with the representatives from the chorus and orchestra and try to make Mr. Peithman's burden a little lighter. First Row-D. Grassheld, C. Blossom, R. Bundy, M. McKibbin, F. jones, J. Rinehart, A Stanberry, E. Christen, P. Cross, M. Holley, B. Stretch, P. Steigelmeier, M. Harvey. Second Row-M. Wfarmbir, F. Bell, D. Bartram, P. Wzitkins, P. Steigielmeier, B. Cross, B. Ellison, -I. Sage, B. Popejoy, B. Fletcher, C. Ratcliffe, B. Holmes, M. Sizemore, R. Blumer- shine, Mr. Peitliman Third Row-R, Metcalf, C. Imig, B. Miller, J. Thiel, G. Sampson, S. james, B. Bunting Orchestra The University High School orchestra, consisting of forty-one members, has com- pleted another successful year under the able direction of Mr. H. W. Peithman. The othcers elected by the group were: Bill Ellison, president, Charlotte Ratcliffe, vice-presi- dent, and Barbara Bunting, secretary-treasurer. These otticers automatically .became mem- bers of the music officers' board which consists of othcers from all the musical organiza- tions. Not being able to go to the music contest because of the lack of transportation, the orchestra, nevertheless, had several chances to present performances. It made its first ap- pearance on November 18, at which time the group played for the annual junior play. Groups playing between acts of the play were the flute trio, composed of Charlotte Rat- clitfe, Carol Oberst, and Bob Fletcher, and the violin quartet. Violinists in the group were Charles Blossom, Roy Bundy, Bob Holmes, and Dick Grasslield. Later these same groups furnished the music for the Senior play. The orchestra presented a Vesper Service Sunday, April 19, at 4:00 P.M. in Capen Auditorium. This program was greatly enjoyed by the citizens of Bloomington-Normal. Iir st Row Ci Iiwgstroin, INI. Hill, S. I'I.lI1I'i.lCI'i, VI. Iolinstnn, Ii. Scli4l.1h, I51 XX'.ltl4ins, P. Sti"gcline,ei'. INI. Nctle. II, I..lII1IxkX A Htoiiiinr, I, I.iml'wci, I. Ciottsclmlki Ii. Ilortou, If, Cllristen, IXI, Alolinson, CQ. K.1i'r, Ii. Iickson L-cuncl Rim' Ii IlI.llI Ilxfiliilst.A.XX'ilgl1t,ff.Gull. R,Ciic:ne. Il. Millet, Ci. Kutclilllc, Ii. V.llIkIL'IXN4lIL'l'. If. ,Innes lxlninlmit, IJ. Anglc-ii, II. Iiinnson. V. IXI.iuncv, I. I:.lI'llIl.lII1, IXI, Mclick, A. St.nilwiny. IXI. Doht Mr. Itcitliman. Ilursl Rim N. Iiiimii, XX'. I'cx'tun, II. II.1ll.1iv' Ii. IIlL'lIIIl'III1 U. V.tn Dvlcc, R. Ahhott, R. Mr-t'..tlti, If. Rlillllll: 'If Ncl lx Iiinlccit, Il. Iflttchci, XV. Am.ulwei. I, Allison. I. Thiel, II. Siretcli, M. SIICIIIUIC. I. I:.lL2k'l'lWlll',!. M. II.u'xv.-x' Iivurth Ri-w A. Iiiust. Ii. Ilouglitnn. li. Ilcll, li, Mercici, I.. IXI.icy. ID, V.imIc-iwx.itc-i' R, Ilciiiiigti-iv. U Oicniloil K lin XV, lnpcp-V, XXI. Mlltiiv I. Sngc, XV, flliiiswii, I,. It 'Vlt1n, C Suvith, Isl, Iolmstiwn, M, hlcklillwlwiii, S, Siiciclq Iilth Rem M. l.ii:xxn, II. Ilunting I. c.lI.lIYI11.III, Il, 'I4.tylur. Cf, Rulllx Ci. Iilossnm, Ci. IXlc'.1tx'.ltil, Ii. IIc.1xc1'. C.. IxIlIIlIIWLl I liinhci, f. Iluiniiwiluntl Ii. Ifllison. II. Iliilincs, II, IItvIn'cs, lf. IlnI1,Ii. hlillci. II,liZI1lIFMVI1,II.5.lllKllI'lml, XV. lioxxcn, IXI Ili-Ilcy, 8 lnincs Mixed Chorus F XY'licncx'er .1 n.ition is c.1llecl upon to clelencl itself, high cix'ili.u1 .incl Il1IIIl.lI'y inoiptle is iinpetxttive. Music ol' every lsincl is in great cleinuncl .incl answering the c.lIl lor inoiutle V. I .5 lmuilclfirs is the llniversity High School mixetl chorus uncler the clirection ol' Mr. II. YV. N P YN IDCIIIIIILIII. Utlicers of the LOIIIIXIIIY incluclecl Gloria Sampson, presiclentg Kay Iohnstnn, ' I 5-.1 I vit:-prc'siclc'iitg .intl I.eroy Peyton, Silll'ClilI'y-lfC1l5llI'CI'. 95 'N Une ot' the m.1ny outst.1ncIing DCI'l.OI'II1QlllL'CS ol' the ye.1r was the present.ttion ol' thei il D, tclI1l.ll.l, "I..incI ol' Our IIL'.lI'lS,ll hy Cilmclwiclc. This L'AlIII.ll.l was given in Cnpen Aucltmi- 7 X . 'Q' ium on .I.1nu.1ry IH. I , is tI, Scorecl .is .mother gre-.lt hit lor the mixecl chorus was the presenhttion ol selectiocs X' X .l troin II.1ntlel's iminort.1l "Messi.tI1." 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Worack, I Miller "km:-. "fda Third Row-K. Scott, G. Alberts, R. McClain, W. Learned, H. Simpstg IB. Ellison, R. 1. Fifebaugh, o. T. Tilley, H. Rose 5, AWA A -145.4 .s ' '4 , My 47, 65 H421- . e F o o t b all As the pungent odors of autumn began to fill the air, the green and gold clad war- riors pounced from Old Castle to the "cabbage patch." After hours of grueling scrim- mages, they were ready to be proved on the field of glory. From the first days of Sep- tember to the closing days of November, U. Highls valor and supremacy were put to a test on the gridirons of Central Illinois. U. High's valiant sons assembled a total of 150 points, they were victorious in four games and lost the same number. All during the season, from the first game to the last, the Green and Gold showed an aggressive, fighting spirit. The thrilling game of the season was the last-second vic- tory over Chillicothe. Co-captain jim Heavey threw a winning touchdown pass to co- captain Leland Mullens in the last twenty seconds of the game. The high mark of the season was reached when the U. High eleven trounced Normal, their neighbors across the way, by a score of 20-0. The offensive powers in the team were the co-captains, jim Heavey and Leland Mullens. jim did all that was necessary in the backfield, while "Moon" was the spark- plug necessary to the line. Ends on the team were co-captain Mullens, Robert McClain, and Wilfred Martin. Tackle positions were held down by Wendell Learned, Howard Simpson, and Kenny Scott. Wendell was a huge tackle who was seldom budged by the opposing linesmen. 'gfo-vrfuxg Football Simpson also displayed strength, and Kenny, although not large, made up for his lack ot' size by his lighting spirit. The guard positions were held by Alva jefferson, Vernon Lee, and jimmy Ashbrook. This was the first year Vernon ever played football, but he took to the game like a veteran. jimmy was a lighter all the way. At the center was Ray Ifirehaugh. Ray is only a junior this year and has another year to go. Donald lfuller and liill lillison saw a lot of action in the line. 'l'he backtield was made up of co-captain jim Heavey, Bess Alberts, Xlifalter Clhris- tianson, and Leroy Peyton. Bess Alberts performed to perfection during the latter part ol' the season as a blocking back. Leroy Peyton and XXfalter Clhristianson were two ot' the best halthacks one could hope for. Tommy Douglass, 0. 'l'. 'l'illey, and liugene Scliaab also saw a good deal ol' action in the backfield. tiratluation won't take too many from the ranks of the Green and Gold this year. 'l'he hatktieltl were all seniors, but most of the line will return intact except tor Mullens, Lee, and Martin. For this reason the hopes for the 19-42 season are high. Here Chillicothe 7 High 'lhere lforrest 0 High There Dwight 26 High l lere Bloomington 26 High lflere Normal 0 High 'lliere Trinity 13 High 'l'here Pontiac 13 High Here Clinton lll High Freshman-Sophomore Football Although a comparatively new squad this year, the Frosh-Soph football team had a successful season. They defeated the formidable foes of Clinton, El Paso, and Trin- ity. Our boys lost to Bloomington, Normal Community, and Towanda. However, as a whole, the team played very good ball and ran up a total of 80 points against their opponents' 69 points. This year the squad was under the able direction of Coach Rine and his assistant, Gene Keltner. Coach Rine sent his warriors against the teams mentioned above and had the following results: Against Clinton and El Paso the team showed great promise, beating each of these teams 13-O. When the squad battled the fighting Irish of Trinity, they eased out a 13-7 triumph. Although the fellows lost to Bloomington and Normal 21-Si and 7-13 respectively, they showed lots of Hght and scoring punch. Against the Towanda High School Varsity, Coach Rine's eleven put up a hard fought battle and were barely nosed out by the score of 14-13. Regulars on this year's squad were Cushman, Norris, and Crihfield at end, Vance, Werner, Baker, and Purington at tackleg Hammerlund at centerg Fuller and Haag at guardsg F. Heavey and Sillcirk at quarter-backg B. Heavey and johanpeter at half-baclsi, and Bankert at full-back. Other members of the team were: Lawhorn and Hensen, endsg lmig and Sylvester, guardsg and Benjamin and Rothenbuecher, backs. Because many freshmen were on the team this year and gained much experience, we hope for an even more successful eleven next year. Standing-Mr. Rine, D. Fuller, R. Crihfield, D. Norris, D. Vance, D. Cushman, O. Silkirk, C. Hammerlund, B. jolianpcter, G. Orendorf Seatedfli. Haag, R. Freelund, W. Sylvester, W. Werner, P. Purington, B, Heavey, R. Hensen First Row-B. Popejoy, IT. Schaab, V. Lee Second Row--Mr. O'Connor, li. Radley, B. Wfachob, O. T. Tilley, D. Norris, D. llall, Al. lltavey, C. Xllforack, P. Purington, I.. Peyton, H. Rose Basketball On December S, U. High's 19-il-42 basketball team made its debut. Prom that time until spring the green and gold quintet fought its way through one of the toughest schedules in recent years. U. High was victorious in eight encounters and lost fourteen. Nine of the fourteen games were lost by seven points or less. The green and gold warriors were at the height of their power when they de- feated the Dwight team, previously undefeated in conference play, by a stunning score of 'io to tts. The most heart-breaking loss of the season was to Bloomington on its own court by a score of 3-1 to 30. The Green and Gold came on the floor, decidedly the unlerdogs to the inter-city champions from Bloomington, but our team proceeded to outplay the Bloomington team at every quarter. U. High went further in the tournaments than it has in the last three years when it advanced to the sectional tournament. At the guard positions Coach O'Connor stationed O. T. Tilley and Leroy Peyton. liugene Schaab and Orion Silkirk also saw action at these posts. The forward posi- tions were held by jim Heavey and Bill Wfachob or Don Cushman. Vernon Lee was alternated at the guard and forward position. The center post was held down by Dick Hall with Dick Norris standing in for him. I. Kneeling-Mr. Rine, B. Benjamin, F. Houlton, B. johnson Standing-D. Locke, Green, R. Underwood, D. Hardin, D. Lee, F. Heavey, T. Weldcmn, G. Orendorf Basketball Schedule XVonf8 3 Lost Here There Here There There There Here Here Here There There Here There Here Here There Here Here Chenoa Champaign . uk Heyworth Mt. 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A11yo11c is cligilvlc to play cxccpt lhosc boys who .irc l1lC.'llllWl.'I'N ol' thc U11ivcrs9ty x'.1rsity or thc liI'CSllIN.ll1-SOPll0l110fC.' lmislactlmll s1111.11ls. ln lust yours scvcr.1l hoys sl11:wi11g LIllLl5lI1ll t.1lc11t h.1vc l1cc11 given positions o11 thc v.11'sity. lhis yc.1r tlitfc-1'1'11t tc.1111-4 were 1'l11 1sc11 c111'l1 S11t11r1l.1y 111or11i11g, As thc.-sc tc.1111s 1l1.111lQc1l every g.1111c. 1o111pctitio11 w.1s illNV.lyS kccri, Rcgiilnr tc.1111s were i111possil1lc thrc to thc l.11t tl1.11 111.111y ot thc hoys l1.11l ol1t.1i11c-tl jobs o11 S.lllll'LlLly 11111l toultl not .1ttc111l thc '1'.1111cs rc1g11l.1rly. l5c1.1usc ol' this, l'0lIIlkl-fOl7ll1 to111'11.1111c11ts coultl not hc hcltl .1s is pro vzoiis yr-.1rs when c.11'l1 1l.1ss l1.1Ql 1 tr.-.1111 ol' its own. ll111lc1' thosc t'o11tlitio11s thc lC.lIl15 wcrx grcitly 1111l1.1l.1111'ul, lvcc.111sc thc mighty seniors wcrc towering 1Ql.llllS .1111l thc trcsh- 111 Il wore 1lw.1rt's. 'lillf,'SL' g.1111cs. XYlIlL'll wurc hcltl 111 Oltl Clnstlc, wc-rc otlirintcll hy Gcnc Kc-lt11c1' .1111l ll.1rriso11 Rose. Gcnc is .1 U, lligh LlllIIUI1LlS, now at l. S. N. U.. imtl Harrison l1.1s ht-cn hc.11l lllLlIlL1gCf ol' sports .11 U. High for four yc.1rs. Both t11r11c1l in very Qo111111c111l.1l1lc PL'I'liOI'lI'li1IlL CS. ly' 4 I First Row-D. Lee, R. Banlaert, Rupp, R. Abbott, B. Johnston, D. Blumershine Sgcontlknw-1N1r. Rine, P. Limber, C. Farm-er, M. O'Connell, G. Alberts, .M. Mullens, W. X Cliristiapsou, j. Martchinialx, T. Wleldon, D. Cushman, 1-1.'Ruse 1 l 1 If . . 1 . 1 l 111 1 , Y ll fl' IJ 1 lf' l -I 1' .af 1 if ' b ll liz" 1 ,f .. 1 Base a 1 ' ' 1 'I HJVUTJ. l-Hgh diamolndeeis hadfalsiiccessful seppdn in 1941, winning ten games and '.,.losin rfseven, Coaclljlioppen p ainned his 1941 Campaign to extend into the enemy terri- 1 to Of,.ELll'Cli1l, Pekin. Clint n, Donovan, Notmal Community, Danvers, Hammond, Ijillooininiiton, Clhmpaign, El Paso, lrexingyton, and Decatur. Ldlterm u returning :Horn the :ignite sehii-finals were Art Gardner, "Moon" Mullens, ' Spb' S111llflljE0l5 lflcmir Q, Lowell Hunter, and Bob Clark. These boys, together with the f "st of the team,,f gave lr. Poppen a good nucleus for the 1941 campaign. Witli these lellowys playing consfsteht balljtlie "Poppenpowerhouse" was able to win its fifth con- seotltive Cldrhbelt title. . X fi 'l'luerluest games of the year were those with Bloomington. All three encounters wei'e'x7el'y close and were great pitching duels between Bob Smith of U. High and George liricksou of Bloomington. The bombing diamondeers romped over our other inter-city toe, Normal Community, twice with scores of 14 to 3 and 7 to 1. Letters for 1941 were awarded to pitchers Bob Smith, captain of the team, 'Iames Sinilers, and Ralph Copcland. Inlielders receiving letters were Leland Mullens, Williziin Dycus, Harold Atkins. Art Gardner, and Walter Christianson. Outfielders getting awards were Gale Alberts, Bob Fleming, Bob Clark, and Edward Peiifer. Harrison Rose, capable manager, also received his letter. Since Coach Poppen has a year's leave of absence, the team this year is under the able leadership of Coach Rine. Although there are few lettermen returning for 1942, we teel sure that Coach Rine will turn out a good team, and we wish him the best of luck. V I L L , . L , n 7 P W 4. 4, I Q J l' pf L .rf , 'k I H 4 r gf 1 Lv, Q 'B' Q? W 'I 5,8 an Y 4? Q 1 my L L f f 'VL 4' A m 'Q' e 24 Lf 1 fad, Q Im g 5 5 A ' L L 11 . ' fi, " L 1 W A .v ,, gs! Lk 'L ,E Lf' vf A A U T Q v K ' ,y l k L kg A ' if L' 0 9 Q . 2231.2 X ., .L L I ix xgmv Y? I AL, Q 6' 43 A ' -Sai 1 f X I H' ig x Q: :ff-Lx - ' , , ,L + yi' th ' ' A Z sr I A Q1 . . .3 2 4,3 1 ,S My If r ,A f i ' .-:ES'5f'3,gT Wa.. -F QA 5 LL L 1 ' k if K ' Y: 4 5 . as ' . . .L M. LL 1 . K A .L ,W,.m.. LL W, Q I 3 I 'M"""'WF www? L , 1 -X - H1 4 5 K 5' A L Q, L Y L at ' ' ' . L LL L. L . 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L L V L LL W L L' Q f L Q f ,L ' ' A A L. W -Qag ww A - I I W A , ' 1, N ' L ,L TSN -- ' L I ' L .55 LL an v ff' A , ' 'Vw N-'Snr 9 f Wx!-Q -Q L , if -1- ff 1 Lw 1 L, Q K , F' ' ' LL L L Q - Af - X' ' - ag L igjk 3 Qf . :M MW W , -1 L U L L X EL Qi Q wi gk. f y :WML I . X x .lf XS x X 'S 9' Q ..,, , lg' ' ' L' "Y as 'A K Q xv, Q. 4. L1 - M ,A G ww L X K K QL L R at, 04 i .. ,L ,L Lv fi ' L X! A D at . ww V .V L if I1 N 4 , . m L L., .mV 4, L VY M pfmff. In lk kai: .-h Q x -1 T rilek Coach O'Connor's thinly-clad 'track' team f I9-il was seen Wl1lZZll'1g'21EQkIfld the Unia ersity High School cinderrpath. As usual, Iniversity High School kept its status as a 'ack menace in this section. After winning meets with B. H. S. and Qongerville, U. High was a close second in 'ie Cornbelt tournament, getting 46 points 3 Pontiac's WVZ points and Normal's 7V2, U. High also made a good showing 1 the district meet held at Monticello. Ioich O'Connor selected Dave Keltner, Wil- rcd Martin, lid Holcomb, and joe Martchin- ik to represent our school. Our team placed ifth in thc meet. joe Martchiniak and Dave' leltner qualified for the state meet. Track men receiving letters were Dave leltner, Ed Holcomb, john Martchiniak, joe sflartchiniak, Henry McKibbin, Wilfred vlartin, George Doggett, Calvin Stillman, im Heavey, Bob Crihfield, Glenn Alexan- ler, and Ernest Radley, manager. il 'J , . . Q XX s.a ,IL I 1' . ,ll , Wrestling The wrestling corps of University High School was directed this year by Ray Wesley, who is a veteran wrestler and captain of this 'ears Illinois State Normal wrestling squad. Although losing seniors Ed Holcomb, Hal Uiehl, Charles Greenwood, and Ed Wresiny ski by graduation. the matmen of U. Hlgh nade a good showing in their various meets. Hur team has a tough schedule, meeting strong teams from Peoria Manual, Peoria Woodruff, and Catlin. Despite the lack of 'eturning lettermen and the lack of exper- ence, our boys proved they were capable, md so we are more hopeful for next year. Tom Douglass, lone returning letterman, was Jut of competition about a month due to an attack of appendicitis. Members of this year's grunt and groan :horus were George Morris, Sheldon Smith, Tom Douglass, Bob Lawrence, Gino Ullian, Ralph jefferson, Ralph Bankert, john Ullian, lohn Thiel, and Bob Wresinski. 1 . .L First Row-G. Orendorf, B. Heavey, F. Heavey, H. Waters C Stillman G. Alexander D. Fuller Second Row-W. .Martin, B. Holmes, G. Doggett, 5N,RlcC,lun P x l Wforack, H. jackson, R. Grihheld, vMr. O'Connor , r N 9 X A as i if W X xg 'fi X? ,ls rx-' Rxx X 55' In X YJ -:sir - ct x J -- VK if A . First Row-R. Bankert, R. jefferson, G. Ullian, j. Ulliahjlfi ,haw if T. Douglass f Q V Second Row-W. Sctott, H. -Iannusch, -I. Byrne, S. Su ' , C1 Morris x ' r ' i, J ,gif lf - Jil! ., ZX .iv - p X Jr., ip, AJ! X A J Q, . , I if i Ml' V A - f -l I p H , , H, lu 1 i i . 'Z' X X" W 1" , xv' lx! ' ii .Rf y ' M 1 Q ' I 'lx' p , , First Row-li. Radley, V. Lee, T. Douglass Second Row-B. McClean, H. Rose, L. Peyton, W. Maritn, rl. Ashbrook, li. Schaah. R lfirebaugh. K. Scott i Third Rowgli, Wachob, j. Heavey, H. Simpson, D. Hall, W. Learned, B. lfllison U. Club ln University High School there is a club composed of those boys who have earned ,an athletic letter. This club is widely known as the U. Club. Symbolic of specific achievement and success, the U represents service to our school. When a letter has been earned in some sport, a boy automatically becomes a member of the U. Club. This club was organized in 1956 but holds no regular meetings. However, under the able leadership of Coach O'CQonnor, the club helps in many ways to advance the sports program at University High School. Members may be called upon at any time to assist at athletic events. One of their duties is to take charge of tournaments held here at U, High. They also serve as ushers for sports programs. They may be asked to serve as tickct takers for various sports events. When visiting teams come to U. High. they are welcomed by those members of the U. Club not participating in the current sport. Three years ago the U. Club purchased a large record book. Every .boy gaining a letter in athletics is given the honor of signing his name in the book. This gives the school a permanent record of athletics and the names of all lettermen. Each spring the U. Club helps to sponsor the annual sports banquet. This ,banquet is for all athletic associations in our school. First Row-G. johnson, M. Geiger, P. Lawrence, R. Lutz, E. jones Second Row-A. Brust, B. Nixon, B. Lawrence, D. Beeler, M. Holley, ,M. Melick Third Row-Miss Thielen, B. Mahanna, S. Dabney, B. Foreman, B. Kinder, F. Houghton, I.. Oesch, D. Tate, Miss Stanley, Miss Pacelli, Miss Belcher . .A. The Girls' Athletic Association had a high and prosperous year under the leadership of chairman Florence Houghton, assisted by secretary Ellen jones. Miss Katherine Thielen, girls' physical education instructor, again served as sponsor and did a very com- mendable job. Chief objectives of the G. A. A. are: first, to encourage girls to participate in sports and by so doing build healthy bodies and thus become active citizens and assets to their countryg second, to build clean, sportsmanlike, and capable charactersg and third, to build new and interesting social contacts. During the year Marilyn Holley served as head of the basketball department. Patricia Lawrence was head of .bowling for the past year. Basketball and bowling were the chief fall and winter sports. Wlien spring came, the girls turned to the outdoors for their activities, and there they participated in archery and tennis. 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