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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-
D. Wood, W. Amacher, W. Sylvester, J. Lamkey D Baiti im Dtwuglis
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-
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
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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.
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.
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
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.
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