University High School - Duckling Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1938
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dents of Umverslty Hlgh School
Eugene Oregon Ted Harmon
Edltor Howard Lorence Bus1
Volume VI 1938
Published by the Associated Stu
IN gratification of her twenty
one years of faithful service
her profound interest in school
operate with one and all her
readiness to lend aid when nec
essary we dedicate this volume
to Margaret B Goodall
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activities, her Willingness to eo-
MOORE R U
B A M A Unrversrty of Oregon Pr nclpal of Unrverslty
Hrgn School Mathematlcs studentcoun I Honor SOCIGIY
B A L.lr'11ra College M A Colurnbxa Unrversriy UHIVGI
srty of Parrs Languages advrser of the Drarnatlc Organ
B A M A Unrve SIIY of Oregon Englrsh Advrser of
Sophomores Pep Clab
B S Un1ver lty of Oregon D1re tor ofAthle11c T-"hys1ca1
Educatlon Aclvlser of Golden U senrors
HOLADAY IOSEPI-I A
B S Urnversrty of Oregon Soclal Sc en
KERLEY VERNON E
BS MS Oregon State College Mathernatrcs Advrser
of Rrfle Club
LITSCHER MARGARET E
B S Unrvermly of Oregon Art Supervlsor
BA Unrver rty of Oregon Commerce advrse of senrors
WILLIAMSON STANLEY E
BA Nebraska 'VV'esleyan Umversrty MA Colurnbra
UHIVGTSIIY Sc1ence Aclv1serofI-I1Y Photofans sopho
BA MA Llnrve Sty of O egon Lrbray Aclvrser of
Curls League GAA Junlors
B A Unrversrty of Oregon Engllsh Advlser of Ourll ana
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TED HARMON HOWARD LORENCE
JAMES MCBURNEY HOPE HUGHES
Quack' Quackl On to the Golden Trde o
1935 drxfted a handsome crop of duckhnqs
future grand ducks of 1938
To lead them through the1r IIISI year the
duclcllngs chose D1ck Smlth presldent R1ch
ard Barger vrce pres1dent Ted Harmon sec
retary treasurer lean Graham class repre
sentatlve Mrss Frances Frazver and Mr
Shatler Pete son served as advlsers
In Ianuary they celerated wlth a Stlly
Symphony Sophomore Shuffle The annual
p1cn1c was held that sprtng at Swlmmers
Dur1ng therr frrst year the goshngs d1s
played therr unusual ab111ty of orgamzrng
a sophomore dramatlc group the Amateur
Masquers and ed1t1ng the sophomore ed1
t1on of the Um H1 Llghts
On returntng to school the next year the
g owlng ducks elected lean Graham presr
cent Dale Baker v1cepres1dent Bob Dev
erell secretary treasurer and Dlck Smrth
class repre entatrve Mrs May and Mr Wrl
lramson were the adv1sers
To bear up tradltton an excellent Juruor
ed t1on of the Um H1 Llghts was pub11shed
w1th Ted Harmon as edrtor
In March the young ducks held a sport
dance to ra1se funds for the annual Iunror
Senlor Prom wh1ch was held rn a South Sea
Island settrng that Aprll
Next fall the full fledged ducks chose Ted
Harmon presrdent Howard Lorence V1C9
pres1dent Iames McBurney secretary treas
urer and Hope Hughes as class representa
t1ve Mrs May and Mr Hendrlckson gurded
the ducks dur1ng the1r last year
The class played host to the student body
1n a very successful senlor cafeterla ln De
cember The senrors proved thelr dramat1c
ab111ty wrth the presentat1on of the annual
The g1r1s dlstrngurshed themselves by Wln
nrng the GIFIS League cup for the best Glrls
League play three years 1n successxon
One May day saw the school deserted by
the celebratlon of the annual senror skrp
After graduat1on at a formal commence
ment held Iune f1r t the class of 1938 halled
he close of thelr hrgh school 11fe wrth a htgh
ly successful Semor Ball
Thus the SGHIOI Class of Unlversrty I-ugh
druted out agarn on the Golden Tlde to con
tmue on therr way to fame and fortune
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Girls' League pin 1, 2, 3: Hi-Lights 1, 2, 3:
Honor Society 2, 3, V-pres. 3: Scarlet Mas-
que 2. 3: Store 2. 3, manger 3: "Princess
lda": "Why the Chimes Rang": "Gondo-
liers": "The Tinker": "Hobgoblin House"
PYOD- mgr.: Q. and S. 3.
Glee Club 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, sec. 1:
Girls' League 1, 2, 3.
Formoso, Kan., 1937
Girls' Reserves 3, pres. 3: Scarlet Mas. 3:
Pep Club 3: G.A.A. 3: "Midnight Ghost":
Band 1, 2, 3: Orch. 1, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3:
Stu. Council 2: Hi-Y 2, 3: program chair-
man 3: V-pres. junior class 2: "Finger of
Baseball 1, 2: basketball mgr. 2, assis. 1:
V-pres. soph. class 1: Golden U 2, 3: Photo-
fans 3: pres. 3: Hi-Y 3.
Glendale, Calif., 1937
Girls' League 3: G.A.A. 3.
Beatnce Ann Bell
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Band
1, 2. 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: sec. 3: Radio Guild
2.3: Uni4Hi Lights 2, 3, feature ed. 3: G.L.
Council 3: Q. and S. 3: Duckling 3: "Tang-
led Web": Senior Play ticket mgr. 3.
Modesto, Calif., 1935
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas.
2, 3: G.L. pin 1. 2, 3: French Club pres. 2:
Hi-Lights 3: Duckling 2: Princess for May
Dance 2. 3: "Hobgoblin House" 3: Phi Sig-
ma Chi 3.
Franklin High 1937
Glee Club 3.
Golden U 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 3:
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3.
Great Falls. Montana, '37
Band 3: G.L. Play.
Track 1, 2, 3: Golden U 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1:
Basketball 2, 3: Football 3: Science Club
1, 2: Hi-Y 3: "Hobgoblin House" 3.
Girls' League 1, 2, 3.
Amardillo High, Tex. '37
Hi-Y 3: Scarlet Mas. 3: "Hobgoblin House"
Boise High School '37
Football 3: Track 3: Golden U 3: Stage Mgr.
"Hobgoblin House" 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3: Radio Guild 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3:
Hi-Lights 2, 3: Duckling Jr. 2: Q. and S.
2, 3: Honor Society 3: Duckling comp. Ed.
3: "Dish of China Tea": "Opening of the
Door": "Gondoliers": "Christmas Tryst":
Prop. Mgr. "Hobgoblin House" 3.
Albany high school '36
Football 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Golden U 2. ':
Hi-Y 2, 3: Hi-Lights 2. 3: Sec. of junior
class 2: Duckling 2.3: Basketball 3: Q. and
S. 3: Stud. Body Pres. 3: Hi-Y dis. counc I
pres. 3: Duckling Jr. 2: "Hobgoblin House"
3: Honor Society 3.
Lewis and Clark high, Spokane '36
Pep Club 2, 3: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: ch. of mat-
inee dance. 3: G.L. 2, 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: Pep
Club 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: G.L. 1, 2, 3.
Elmira high '36
Pep Club 3: G.A.A. 3: G.L. 3: usher at
"Hobgoblin House" 3.
Vancouver high '36
Football 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3:
Baseball 2, 3: Golden U 2, 3.
Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet
Mas. 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: V-pres. 1, pres. 3:
Princess of May 1. 2. 3: Duckling 3: adver-
tising: Music Club 1. 2. 3: "Faithful admir-
er": "Princess lda": "Gondoliers": "Tin-
ker": "Midnight Ghost".
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2 3: Honor
Society 2. 3: G.L. soc. chairman 3: Hi-
Lights 3: Duckling 3: H.S. pres. 3: "Prin-
cess lda": "Gondoliers": "Hobgoblin
Stadium high, Tacoma '36
Pep Club 2. 3: Radio Guild 2, 3: Hi-Lights
2, 3, co-feature ed.: G.A.A. 2. 3: Glee 2:
Ch. May Dance 3: "Hobgoblin House" 3.
Band 1. 2: Amateur Mas. 1: G.A.A, 1, 2. 3:
Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Radio Guild 3: Q. and E.:
Amateur Mas. 1: G.A.A. 1, 2.3: G.L. Cab. 2:
Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Hi.Lights 2, 3: Duckling
JP- 2- 3: Q. and S. 2, 3, Cor. sec.: Honor
Society 3: Duckling 3: "Hobgoblin House"
3: Camera Club 3: Hi-Lights 3, feature ed.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Hi-
Lights 2, 3: Honor Society 3: Hi-Y 3: "Hob-
goblin House" Stage Mgr, and cast 3:
"Faithful Admirer": "Patchwork Quilt".
Football 1, 2, 3: Track 1. 2. 3: Golden U 2, 3:
Football Capt. 3: Basketball 2: "Gondo-
Amateur Mas. 1: Sec. of soph class 1: Hi-
Lights 1, 2, 3: Track 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3:
Pep Club 2, 3: Radio Guild 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3:
Stud. Council 3: Pres. senior class 3: Duck-
ling Ed. 3: Hi-Lights Ed. 3: "Faithful Ad-
mirer":1'Tangled Web": "Tinker": "Hob-
goblin House" 3.
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2: Swimming
"Gondoliers" 2: Phi Sigma Chi 3: Girls'
Reserve 3: G.L. Com. 3.
W. H. Holmes Grant Hosford
Eugene high 1936 Roosevelt 1934
Rifle Club 2. :No picturey
Amateur Mas. 1: Band 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 3:
Golden U 2, 3: Pep Club 2. 3: Scarlet Nlas.
2, 3: Hi-Lights 3. Bus. Mgr. 3: Duckling
Jr. 3: Adv. Mgr. 3.
Track 1, 2, 3: Football 1: Swimming 1. 2. 3:
Tennis 2. 3: Wrestling 1: Basketball 2. 3:
Golden U 1. 2, 3: Swm. Capt. 3: Hi-Y 3:
Glee Club 1, 2: Scarlet Mas. 1, 2, 3: Science
Club 2: Yell Leader 2. ass. 1: "Gondollers":
"Princess lda": "NlilIer's Daughter".
Boise High 1937
G,A.A.. May Queen 3: Scarlet Mas. 3: Prin-
cipal G L. Day 3: Sen. Cl. Representative
3: "l'-lobgoblin House".
Eugene High 1937
Scarlet Nlas. 3: Camera Club 3: Girls' Re-
Amateur Nlas. 1: G.A.A. 1. 2.3: G.L. pin
1 2. 3: Scarlet Nlas. 2. 3: G.L. council 3:
"Gcndoliers": "Patchwork QuiIt".
Pep Club 1. 2, 3: G.L. pin 2: G.A.A.. intra-
mural swlmmlng 2.
Basketball 1.2. 3: Band 1.2: Baseball '. 3:
Golden U 3.
Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: Baseball Mgr, 3: Hi-Y 3:
Amateur Mas. 1. Pres.: Pep Club 1. 2, 3:
Q. and S. 3: Golden U. 2. 3: Duckling 3:
Duckling Jr. 3: Uni.H1 Lights. bus. mgr. 3:
Band 1. 2. 3: Basketball 2, 3: Tennis 3:
Goli 3: Hi-Y 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: Q. and
S. 2. 3: Duckling Business Staff 1: Jun. Ed.
Duckling 2: Hi-Lights 2. 3: Duckling Jr.
3. Ed.: G.L. Sec. 3: Store 3: G.L. Junior
rep. 2: Honor Society 3: "Princess Ida":
"Patchwork Quilt": "Gondoliers": "Hob-
Hi-Y 3: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Sec. of Senior
Class 3: "HobgobIin House".
Eugene High '37
Swimming 3: Stage Crew of "HobgobIin
Erma L. Miller
Kern County Union High
G.L. Pin 2, 3: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: G.A.A. 2. 3:
Q. and S. 3: Stage Crew of "Hobgoblin
House" 3: G.L. stunt 3.
String trio 1: Orchestra 1, 2: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3:
Ch. Faculty Teas 3: Phi Beta Scholarship
3: Trio 2.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: G.A.A.
1, 2, 3: Honor Society 3: Pub. Chairman
G. l.. 3: "Eve in Evelyn": "Cup of China
Tea": "Finger of God" 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3. Pres. 3:
Glee 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Q. and S. 2, 3, Sec.
3: G.L. Council 2. 3: G.L. Pins 1, 2. 3: G.A.A.
1. 2, 3: Hi-Lights 2. 3: Student Body Pro-
gram Ch. 3: Duckling 3. assis. Ed.: Duck-
ling Jr. 2, 3: Radio Guild 1: "Eve, in Eve-
lyn": "Gondoliers": "Midnight Ghost":
"Hobgoblin House": G.L. Stunt 1, 2.
PEP Club 1. 2, 3: Radio Guild 2. 3: Hi-Lights
2: Tennis 2, 3, capt. 3: Glee Club 2: Hi-Y 3:
Grant High, 1937
Basketball 3: Track 3: "Finger of God" 3.
Twin Falls High. ldaho 1937
Honor Society 3: Scarlet Mas. 3: Hi-Lights
Ed. 3: Photofans 3. pres. 3: Duckling Jr. 3:
Q. and S. 3: Duckling features 3: Pub.
Aumsville High. Oregon. '35
Pep Club 1, 2. 3: c.A.A. 1, 2, 3: glee 1, 3,
Aumsville High, '35
G-,A-A- 2- 33 G.L. Scarlet Mas. 3: Swim-
Basketball Mgr. 2: Football 2: Golden U
2: "G-ondoliers": "Princess Ida".
Calumet High, Calumet. Mich., '37
'liqoothaall 3: Track 3: Photofans 3: Scarlet
Tennis 1, 2, 3: "Princess lda": "Gondo-
liers": Scarlet Mas. 2, 3.
Flathead, Montana 1937
Track 1: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 2.
Track 1, 2, 3: Football 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3:
Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 3: Golden U. 2:
Sec. of Golden U 3: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3:
Hprincess lda"2 "Gondoliers".
G.A.A.: Orchestra 1, 2: Amateur Mas. 1:
Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: G.L. Council 2, 3: Honor
Society 3: G.L. Stunts 2, 3: "Hobgoblin
House": "Christmas Tryst".
Pep Club 1, 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Girls' Re-
serve 3: Scarlet Mas. 3: "Princess lda":
Springfield High '35
Amateur Mas. 1: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Science
Club 2: "Princess lda": "Gondoliers".
Rifle Club 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Swim-
ming 1: Baseball 1. 2. 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Or-
chestra 1, 2: Basketball, 2, 3: Golden U 2, 3:
Hi-Y 2. 3: Sec. of Hi-Y 3: Asst. Bskl. Mgr.
2: Hi-Lights 2. 3: Duckling 3: "Eve in
Evelyn": "Tangled Web": Stage Crew of
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Golf 2:
"Eve in Evelyn".
Swimming 1. 2, 3: Capt. 2: Basketball 1,
3: Tennis 2, 3: Football 2. 3: Golden U 1. 2.
3: Hi-Y 2, 3: Pres. of Soph 1: Glee 2: "Eve
in Evelvn":"Gondoliers":"M1ller's Daugh-
ter": "Hobgoblin House".
Grosmont Union High. San Diego, Calif.
Pep Club 2. 3: Hi-Lights 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: Band
1, 2: Hi-Y 2. 3: Store
2: V-Pres. Student
Body 3: Student Council 3: Basketball 3
"Hobgoblin House": "Christmas Tryst".
Eugene High '37
Girls' Reserve. Sec. 3:
Pep Club 3: Scarlet
Mas. 3: Ch. of Service Committee Sen
G.A.A. 1, 2. 3: Orchestra 1: Amateur Mas.
1: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3: Honor Society 2. 3
Sec. Honor Society 3: Senior Rep. of G.L.
3: "Princess Ida".
Betty lean Swanson
Girls' Reserve 1, 2. 3:
G.A.A. 1. 2, 3: Pep
Club 2, 3: Science Club Sec. 2: G.R. Soc
G.L. Pin 1. 2, 3: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Gle
L.G. 1, 2, 3: Scarlet Mas. 2, 3.
Football 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3: Golf 2. 3
Hi-Y 2, 3: Golden U.
Pres. 3: Debate 2
Honor Society 3: Hi-Lights 3: Duckling
Adv. 3: Scarlet Mas. 3: "Hobgoblni House"
Band 1, 2, 3: Hi-Y 3.
Alhambra High, California
Honor Society 3: Girl
Track 1. 2. 3: Football 1. 2. 3: Golden U 3
Basketball Mgr. 3: Hi-Y 3.
Amateur Mas. 1: Scarlet Mas. 2. 3: Radio
1. 2. 3: G.L. Pin 1. 2. 3: G,A.A, 1.2. 3:
Duckling 1. 3: Q. and S. 2. 3: Hi-Llights
2. 3: G.L. Pres, 3. V-Pres. 2: Honor Society
3: Phi Sigma Chi 3: Girls' Reserve 3: Asst.
Ed. Hi-Lights 3: Duckling Jr. 3: "Princess
lda": "Gondoliers": "Hobgoblin House".
Roosevelt 1935 A
"Princess lda": "Gondoliers".
s' Reserve treas. 3
Although losrnq 1ts drstmctron as the smal
lest class 1n the school the class of 1939 has
made a name for rtself rn other f19ldS Whrle
underclassmen they were drrec ed by Ed
ward Young presrdent Ray R1chardson
vrce pres1dent Abble Iane Wh1te secretary
tatlve Mrs Wrlmot and Mr Hendr1ckson
acted as the1r GdV1S9IS
Enterrnq as upperclassrnen Colver Waller
was chosen to d1rect the1r course durlnq the
year To assrst hrrn were Wendell Iensen
v1ce presrdent Ray Rrchardson secretary
treasurer Abb1e lane Whlte class represen
tatrve Aqam Mrs Wrlmot acted as advrser
wrth the assrstance of Mr Kerley
To show the1r ab1l1ty the Juruor class took
over the respons1b111ty ot pubhshmq one 1S
sue of the Um H1 L1qhts w1th Lo1s Nordllnq
Several pastry sales were sponsored to
ralse necessary money for the Iunror Senror
Prom qrven the 22nd ot Apnl
To top oft an actlve year the class of 1939
had the1r annual prcnrc at Sw1mmers De
hqht late 1n May
Thus the Junlors can look back on two
successful years and return next year ln the
exalted pos1t1on of senlors
treasurer: and Ralph Huestis, class represen- l , ,
The class of 1940 although numertcally
the smallest rn Un1vers1tyH1gh School leaves
1ts frrst year there w1th an enyrable record
1n all frelds of endeavor whrch 1S by no
means proportronal to tts S129
Led bv a capable group of offlcers mclud
mg Harold Handshuh presrdent Al Hoffman
v1ce prestdent Ilm Murphy sec etary and
Lourse Baker class representatrve the lass
organrzatton parttcrpated 1n a very success
ful class party February llth and m an
equally emoyable class plcntc late rn Mav
Amateur Masquers the sophomore
dramatrsts scored rn th ee productlons one
g1ven rn the fall and two p esented rn a w1n
ter term productron Suzanne Stlckels was
the able presldent of the club
rn other than strtctly class act1v1t1es he
class of 1940 l1lC9W1S9 made an admrrable
showrng At least four asp1r1ng athletes
were awarded thelr golden U S and many
more sophomores partrctpated actlvely tn
sports Class members also lnvaded the
act1v1t1es of the Band Glee Club Un1H1
Lrghts Ducklmg GA A Gtrls League and
Student Body organrzatton
Thus havlng completed a profltable year
as the baby class of the school members
of the Sophomore class are eagerly lookrng
forward to next year when they acclarm
the t1tle of the lun o Class
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mvefzscftl H 911. 1938 pazabe
SEPTEMBER 13 School tarts and he gang 1S all back
SEPTEMBER 14 N1ne tenths ot the student body 15 late for eraht o clock classes
SEPTEMBER 24 Merry M1x Up and the tall romances beam
OCTOBER 4 W 1-1 Holnnes arr1ves to h1s 91Q1'1l o clock class on t1m
OCTOBER 12 Sen1or bcX s rebel aaamst the Scarlet Masque and oraam e the
OCTOBER 23 A11ce G1ust1na turns red as sne sees the football players halt
undressed on her way home 1 om the aame
OCTOBER 25 Un1 H1 Boys help the OFGQOT cause dur1na the U ot O O S C
NOVEMBER 9 H1 Yers shrne the students shoes tor one mckel
NOVEMBER 21 lerry Stone and Ray R1chardson elected co capta ns tor the
1938 football season
DECEMBER 15 Sen1or arrls w1n hrqh honors at the Doernbecher Tea tor the
DECEMBER 17 UHIHGTS dress up tor the Scarlet Masquerade w1th Suzy
Strclcels and Don Treadqold w1nn1nq honors
1ANUARY 3 Un1 H1 student return to school wrth the tune VIQHI VIGDI
IANUARY 26 27 28 Un1 H1 pup11s cram tor the 11TSl semester exams
IANUARY 28 Gals proudly escort the1r da es to the G1r1s Leaaue Formal
FEBRUARY 1 Everyone starts the second term w1th a clean slate and Qood
TEBRUARY 2 A11 reso1ut1ons are broken
FEBRUARY 18 Lorra1ne Lew1s says that th1s town 1S so slow that even the
W1llamette R1ver only runs 1WlC9 a week
VIARCH 10 ll SQHIOTS horr1ty aud1ences w1th superb performances 1n Hob
MARCH 16 17 18 19 Un1 H1 s ba ketball squad Journeys to Salem to take
tourth place wh11e Leonard Gard s name changes to All State
APRIL 1 Un1 H1 Llahts pr1nts an Apr11 Fool rssue w1th no truth rn 11 and no
one not1ces the d1iterence
APR1L 12 W H Holmes doe 1t aaarnl
APRIL 22 1un1ors proudly arve the IUDIOT Sen1or Prom tor the sen1ors w1th lots
of tancy tr1mm1n s
MAY 13 Sophomores rrake the1r 11fSl TGldO appearance over the reqular pro
MAY 18 Sen1ors hold slap day and have the best trme ever at S1ltcoos Outlet
SGHIOIS take sun baths
MAY 19 Sen1ors comp1a1n of sunburns
IUNE 1 SGHIOTS YQCGIVG drplomas and leave the portals of Un1vers1ty H1ah
IUNE lust one b1q spla h 1 heard as Un H19 s heave the1r books 1n'o the M111
Race for another season
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FIRST ROW: Mr. Moore,
adviser: Bobbie MacLaren.
Florence Gordon. N o r rn a
Tully. Eathel Sutton. Joanne
Amspoker. SECOND ROW:
Janet Morris. Leota White-
'ock. Ruth Hall. Louise
Moore. THIRD ROW:
Jerome Handshuh. Louis
Torgeson. I. o IS Nordling.
Bob Deverell. Erma Scott.
The student council is the governing body of the school and
consists of the student body officers. class presidents and class
representatives. This year's council included Robert Deverell,
student body presidenty Robert Stafford, vice-president, Bette
Brookshier, secretary: Ted Harmon, senior president: Hope
Hughes, senior representative, Colver Waller, junior president:
Abie lane Vifhite, Junior representative: Harold Handshuh, sopho-
more presidenty Louise Baker, sophomore representative. Mr.
Moore acts as adviser and treasurer of the student council.
Among the activities sponsored by the council, was the
Merry-Mix-Up, annual get-together dance for all students. The
purpose of the dance to let the students become acquainted
with the school and their friends.
The 'Zeta Tau Chapter of the National Honor Society
began its functions at a banquet in honor of the senior initi-
ates in the middle of lanuary. An amendment allowing
the membership of unlimited numbers of sophomores, jun-
iors, and seniors up to the faculty discretion was approved
by the National organization.
Late in April a pastry sale was given to increase the
organizations finances. ln May, sophomore and junior
members were taken in and another banquet was given.
Officers for the year were: Florence Gordon, president:
lcanne Amspoker, vice-president: Eathel Sutton, secretary.
Mr. Moore and Mr. Kerley are the advisers, assisted by
Quill and gcfzoll
The Eric Allen chapter of the Quill and
Scroll honorary journalistic society, was or-
ganized this year under the leadership of
Bobbie MacLaren, president: Leota White-
lock, vice-president: Ianet Morris, secretary:
and Ruth Hall, correspondinq secretary.
Mrs. Goodall and Mrs. Wilshire acted as
Both the Duckling lr. and the Duckling
were sponsored by the Quill and Scroll, who
took charge of the publications.
New members were elected last spring.
They were Howard Lorence, Bette Hack,
Erma Miller, Bea Ann Bell, Bob Deverell,
Ioanne Amspoker. At an informal banquet,
the new members were initiated into the or-
During the past year, University High tal-
ent Was exploited over the ether waves each
Friday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock, under the
auspices of the Radio Guild. The Weekly
programs grew in popularity this year, and
were eagerly listened to by students.
A different theme for each script added
individuality to the program. Highlight of
The Golden U, the lettermen's club of Uni-
versity High, became an active organization
this year, under the guidance of Louis Torge-
son, president: Bay Richardson, vice-presi-
dentg and Galvin Sargent, secretary-treas-
urer. Athletic instructor Bay Hendrickson
was the adviser.
The lettermen guarded gates during the
the year was the presentation of the "Hurri-
cane," in which a new medium of using
sound effects was introduced, for the first
time in the history of the program.
Members of the guild are Bill Moxley, Tell
Harmon, Louis Torgeson, Bea Ann Bell,
Abbie lane White, Martha Moore, Bette
Hack, Carmen Griebler, and Colver Waller.
basketball season, collected tickets, spon-
sored a dance in connection with the drive
for the much-needed athletic field, gave a
pay assembly, inaugurated a clean-up day,
and then finished the year with a large
Golden U picnic, attended by the lettermen
and their dates.
With a well-rounded schedule, the Hi-Y
developed into one of the most active clubs
in the school this year. Succeeding Louis
Torgeson was Dick Smith, president, Bill
Skade, secretary-treasurer, and Dale Baker
and Bill Moxley, program chairmen. Mr.
Williamson acted as adviser.
Potlucks were held throughout the year in
conjunction with the weekly meetings. The
annual Father and Son banquet was held in
Marchg the Mother and Son banquet on
Slam meetings at which members were
Early in presentation this year, the senior
play, "Hobgoblin House," played to tull
houses March lO and ll. The play, a three-
act mystery farce, was directed by Mr.
Adrian E. Martin, of the University of Ore-
The cast included Bob Deverell as Darius
KruDD: Erma Scott as Aunt Priscilla, lanet
Morris as Marian Carter: Carmen Cfriebler
and Leota Whitelock as lilly Eldon Platt and
Louis Torgeson as Frank Harlow, Howard
Lorence as lack Loring, Ruth Hall as Susan
Parkinsg Glenadine Appleby as Delilah
'Wortsy Sam Cox as Henry Gooberg Ted Har-
mon as Bluebeard Bronson, Dick Smith and
constructively criticized, and shoeshine days
proved popular with the Hi-Yers.
With the election ot new members in
March, Iames McBurney, Richard Bargei,
Francis Wycotf, Gerald Huestis, Howard
Lorence, seniors: Dwight Caswell, Don
Treadgold, Robert Everett, and Phil Camp-
Bob Deverell, senior, was president ot the
Early in May, an outing was held at the
coast for all Lane County Hi-Y clubs.
lerome Handshuh as Bill VVilkins, Bette
Brookshier as Patricia Arnold.
Stage manager was Ierome Handshuh,
with the assistance ot Richard Davis, Iames
McBurney, Ioanne Amspoker, Florence Gor-
don, Bobbie MacLaren, lohn Merrill, Don
Campbell, Iames Houck, Lois Nordling,
Erma Miller, Hope Hughes, Alice Criustina,
Abbie lane White.
Ushers were Bea Ann Bell, lane Anderson,
Ermine Stuart, Bette Hack, Mary Freel, Hope
Hughes, Dorothy Southwick, Maxine Greg-
Chief photographer was lim Petermann
with the assistance of Lois Ncrdling and Mil-
qifzls' fea ue
Now, in its fourteenth year of existence,
the Girls' League of University High is one
of the most active organizations in school.
lt was founded on December 14, l924. Down
through the years and up to the present time,
Mrs. Goodall and Mrs. Wilmot have been the
faculty advisers. The purpose of the Girls'
League is to promote friendship, loyalty,
democracy, and cooperation among the girls
of University High School and to work for
the general welfare of the school.
The Girls' League started the year in the
early fall with their Big and Little Sister
Although one of the smallest bands in the
state contest this year, which was held in
Eugene this year, University High School's
band won state-wide recognition by placing
second in the class "C" division of state
Dance, followed by the Doernbecher Tea
and the Cafeteria. After the Christmas holi'
days came the annual Girls' League Formal
and Girls' League Day. In the spring, teas
were given for Springfield, Roosevelt, and
Eugene High. The year was climaxed with
the final event, the Mother and Daughter
Officers for the year were Leota White-
lock, presidentp Billie Hearne, vice-president,
Bobbie MacLaren, secretaryp and Ruth Hall,
treasurer. Florence Gordon w a s social
The band entertained at numerous assem-
blies throughout the year.
Mr. Mayo Sorenson, U. of O. student, di-
rected the musicians in a profitable season.
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One of the largest organizations in the
school is the Girls' Athletic Association
which includes all girls participating in
Swimming, volleyball, basketball, hiking,
and tennis were all included in this year's
On May sixth, Oueen Hope Hughes with
her six princesses, Betty Brookshier, Alice
Giustina, Barbara Hall, Abbie lane White,
Louise Murphy, and Dorothea Godlove
reigned over the traditional May Dance.
The officers for the year were Alice Gius-
tina, presidentg Abbie lane White, vice-pres'
identg Ianet Morris, secretary-treasurer. Ad-
viser for the year was Mrs. Wilmot.
LEFT T0 RIGHT: Murphy, White, Giustina, Hughes, Brookshier, Hall, Godlove.
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Starting the year as a news-magazine the
Uni-Hi Lights changed into newspaper form
at the beginning of the second semester
VJ ith one-third more subscribers, the paper
had a highly successful year. Color was
introduced under the editorship of Ted Har
mon, who relinquished his position to Lois
Nordling at mid-year.
Among the activities of the Uni-Hi Lights
a questionaire was sent out to all students
The Scarlet Masque, University High's
dramatic organization, has completed an
other successful year. Organized of juniors
and seniors, the Scarlet Masque provides
opportunity for students to express their dra-
matic talent in several plays, presented from
time to time during the school year.
Socially, it sponsored the Scarlet Masque?-
asking their opinion of various school topics
of the day
Editors for the year were Ted Harmon and
Lois Nordlmg assistant editors Leota White
lock and Bette Hack sports Don Plath news
editor Bobbie MacLaren features Erma
Miller with the assistance of Susan Huffaker
exchanges lanet Morris mimeographing
Celesta Booth and business manager How
ade dance Decmber 15 at which all couples
appeared in costume
Plays presented this year were Midnight
Ghost," "Christmas Tryst," and the senior
play, "l-lobgoblin House."
Officers for the year were Ianet Morris,
president: Bill Skade, vice-president, and
Alice Giustina, secretary-treasurer.
Renamed this year, the Photofans experi-
enced a fruitful year. Members of the club
were able to follow various fields of their
hobbies, dealing with photography. With
Richard Barger as presidentg Lois Nordling,
secretary-treasurer, and Mr. Williamson as
adviser the Photofans sponsored a school-
Wide picture contest, the Winners receiving
Problems that confront the amateur pho-
tographer were taken into consideration and
made the purpose of the organization Worth-
Because only juniors and seniors can be-
long to the Scarlet Masque, the sophomores
banded together to organize the Amateur
Masquers. Parading before the footlights
on numerous occasions, the young dramatic
club was led by Suzanne Stickels, president:
Iim Murphy, vice-president: and Dorothea
Godlove, secretary-treasurer. Miss Costello,
Satisfying the sweet-tooth individuals of
University high, the store, under the capable
managership of Ioanne Amspoker, proved
popular with the students. School supplies
and candies were handled by the store.
With Mr. Kerley as faculty adviser, Flor-
ence Iackson Abbie lane White, Richard
Barger, Bobbie MacLaren, Geraldine Chase,
assisted by Mr. Love of the University of
Oregon Drama Department, is the adviser
of the club.
"Who Gets the Car Tonight?"', "Be Home
at Midnight," and "Hanging Uncle Henry,"
were plays presented to the student body by
the Amateur Masquers.
Betty Perry were the first semester clerks.
Serving the second semester were Dorothy
Roome, Mary Ann Fox, Mary E. Earl, Ruby
Iackson, Emerson Liddell, Randall Caswell,
and Betty Perry.
The school publication Uni-Hi Lights, and
the Duckling were also handled by the store.
The most recently organized club in Uni-
versity High is the Girl Reserves, which has
been in existence since January. Officers for
the year were elected as follows: Glenadine
Appleby, president, Iacqueline Laraway,
vice-president: Ermine Stuart, secretaryg and
Norma Tully, treasurer. Advisers for the club
were Betty Lou Swartz and Barbara Fulton
of the University of Oregon Y.W.C.A.
Through the recognition services, eighteen
girls were taken into membership. The prim-
ary objective of the club was to discuss and
improve personality traits of each individual
Forming the nucleus of University High's
rooting section, the Pep Club furnished ex-
actly what its name implies. Present at all
home athletic games, the club encouraged
student participation in all school activities.
Socially inclined as well, the club spon-
sored rally dances after home games.
Gerald Huestis was president: Bea Ann
Bell, secretary: and Susan Hufiaker, treas-
urer. Adviser this year was Miss Frazier.
Making its second appearance this year
was the Duckling Ir., student handbook con-
taining names, addresses and phone num-
bers of all students and faculty members in
University High. Activities and club officers
were also listed in the handbook, exempli-
fying its thorough usefulness.
The Duckling, University High's annual
yearbook, this year adopted a new front cov-
er, added one-third more pictures, than ever
before, and dropped the familiar duck that
has been in use for several years at the bot-
tom oi each page. This year, under the guid-
ance oi Ted Harmon, editor, the Duckling
made the most of new type, marginless pic-
tures, and added three more pages ot candid
With lane? Morris as assistant editor, and
Howard Lorence, Louis Torgeson, and Alice
Giustina as business managers with the
hardest assignments, they proved valuable
to the book's final publication. Sports editors
Don Plath, Bill Maltman, and Bill Skade gave
Editor for this year was Bobbie MacLaren,
with Ruth Hall acting as assistant editor.
Howard Lorence and Iames Houck were
business managers. Bob Deverell was in
charge of subscriptions. Mrs. Goodall was
adviser for the publication.
their assistance to the enlarging of the ath-
letic section. Bobbie MacLaren was in charge
of the activity department, while Ruth Hall
gave her ability in the organization oi the
Duckling. Senior editor was Ieanne DeNefie,
while Martha Moore recorded the junior his-
tory and Peter Howard the sophomores
Copy readers were Erma Miller and Ioanne
Amspoker. ln charge of securing the best in-
formal shots ever, Bichard Barger, assisted
by Walter Gilbert and Don Sipe, made the
most of this assignment.
Bob Deverell took charge of the subscrip-
tion sales. Right hand go-getter to the busi-
ness managers was Celesta Booth, who did
her share in collecting ads.
Now in its third year, the University High
Rifle Club was quite active. Led by lim
Murphy, president: Bill Maltrnan, vice-presi-
dent: and Marlyn Lay, secretary-treasurer.
the club had the use of the R.O.T.C. range
and targets for practice. Several pie shoots
were held, the one who displayed his marks-
rnanship to the best advantage winning the
Under the advisership of Mr. Kerley, the
club has steadily grown in the past three
years, looks for a bigger season next year.
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BACK ROW Hendruckson Gatlln DeAutremont Deverell Mann FRONT ROW Bulluon
Gard Skade Rnchardson
Fourth place 1n the state basketball tourna
ment was the f1nal outcome of the Un1vers1ty
h1gh basketball team The T1ders also won
the c1ty and southern d1v1s1on of D1str1ct No
Un1vers1ty H1gh was on top of the South
ern d1v1s1on of D1str1ct No 7 basketball
league the whole season w1th the exceptton
of two days when defeated by Eugene H1gh
and thrown 1nto a t1e w1th St Mary s then a
few days later St Mary s lost to put Un1 H1
1n the lead aga1n
In the d1SlI1Cl playoffs U1f1ll"l1 was v1ctor
1ous 1n 1t s f1rst game aga1nst Albany The
had prevrously defeated the T1de1s tw1ce
The team w1th the state tou narn nt l om1ng
Hav1ng completed one o the neav1est
praymg schedules 1n many tears the Um
H1 golf team at the t1n"e th1s we 1 to press
was go1n 5 througl' extens1 Je preparauon lOl
the state golf tournament to e held 1n Cor
vall1s about the rruddle of Max
Th1s year the team was rep esented bv
ahead played the1r game w1th determ1na
t1on and conf1dence and defeated Corvall1s
Leonard Gard and George Bull1on who
placed f1rst and second 1n the h1gh scor1ng
honors of the Southern DIVISION of D1Slf1Cl
7 were placed on the all star team and Bob
Deverell on the second team
In the state tournament Leonard Gard was
named captam of the All State team and
also chosen the most valuable player 1n the
Leonard Gard George Bulhon Bob Dever
ell B1ll Skade Don Campbell Lester L1bke
France Wycoff as manager are the gradu
Lyons Bay R1chardson Delton Mann Chuck
DeAutremont Thame Gatlm
Capta1n Ralph Huest1s Rodney Taylor Rob
ert Eve ett Fred Barker Dewyne Omhd and
LOUIS To geson who IS the only graduat1ng
B3 v1rtue of games won the carrpus d1v
ot d1gje s were glven a l1kely chance for
state champ1onsh1p honors
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Merrill Stewart Smith Huestls Sargent Tugman QR Huestls not In plcturel
Wlth the start of the sW1mrn1nq season
Coach Leonard Scroqqms Was faced wlth
the problem of bulldlnq a champ1onsh1D
team from f1Ve returnmg lettermen and 1n
exper1enced sophomore talent
The matenal promxses to be ln top form
for the State Meet at Salem 1n the latter part
ot May A w1n thls t1me W1ll awe the team
the State Champ1onsh1p for the fourth con
secut1ve t e
Membe s of the team are Captam Gerald
Huestls Ralph Huestls D1Ck Srmth Galvm
Sarqent Allan Gard Bob Emmons Iohn Mer
r1ll B111 Tuqrnan Lor1s Lammers Klrk Brun
ton Edward Young Wynne Stewart Ilmmy
Robertson Bud Ross lack Pennmqton
The team was managed by Ilm Murphy
Wllh the asslstance ot Belden Braaten
Under the superV1s1on ot Eldon Platt one
t1me star player for Umversxty htqh a very
good team was shaped out of some capable
In the f1rst two matches the Golden Ttde
tennls team played they establlshed them
selves as the c1ty champlons In the hrst
match aqalnst St Marys who were c1ty
champxons last year and who also hold a
vlctory over Eugene h1qh thts year Um H1
came out on top of a very well touqht match
Memers ot the team th1s year are B111 Mox
ley Leonard Gard D1ck Smlth senlors Al
lan Gard Jumor and Bob Buck sophomore
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letic director, sophomore turnout for the track
season was exceptionally large, and added
together with the juniors and seniors, there
was a capable track team molded together.
For the first time in the history of Univer-
sity High, the Tider's track team was victori-
ous in a two-way meet. ln the meet with
Roseburg the Tiders totaled up 74 points to
the loser's 46. First places were Won by
Cullen Murphy in the 120 high hurdles, Del-
ton Mann in the 220 low hurdles, George
Bullion in the javelin, Don Campbell in the
880 and discus, Bob Deverell in the 440, Iim
Petermann in the 220, Don Plath in the mile.
and the relay team composed of Wycoff,
Sargent, Bullion and Petermann were the
winners in the 880 relay.
Showlng power and determination in their
early games was one of the features of the
Tide s 1938 baseball squad Inspired by the
basketball team s fine showing no team
this spring Wanted to meet defeat and the
baseballers made that evident Bad Weather
hindered few games this season
Members of the team included Galvin
a gent Ray Richardson outtielders Chuck
D Brut e'n nt Kenny Perm Leonard Gard
Delton Mann and Don Plath intielders Bud
Codda d and Bob Emmons catchers and
Ge rge Bullion and Arthur Prochnow pitch
ers Vernon Hanson of the University of
Oregon assisted Ray Hendrickson in coach
ing duties Colver Waller was manager
BACK ROW Hendrickson Sargent Gard Stafford Plath DeAutremont FRONT ROW Mann
Perm Emmons Lyons Skade Goddard
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prove to be a very prosperous one thrs yea
Surnmmg rt up the T1de lost to Albany
Sprrngheld Eugene Roseburg and Ashland
The Tlders held Leban n and Cottage G Ove
wrnner and runner up rn the B league
d1v1s1on respectrvely to O O tres Umyersrty
Hlgh s lone Vlctory came rn the frrst CJCITHG Of
the season agamst lunctron Crty
Tne Trders most drsheartemng loss came
from the hands of Sprrngfreld The team
fought hard but a heavrer team and a muddy
held helped the Mrllers to take the Qame l3
to 3 Thrs was the frrst t1me Sprmgtreld has
ever taken a Wm from the Txders tn the hrs
to J of the school
Three boys had the d1st1nct1on ot loerng
placed on all star teams They were Ray
Fucha dson Rrchard Dav1s and Galvln bar
Le ter awards and certrflcates were well
arned by baclcheld men Kenny Perrrn Bob
Deverell lay Lyons lerry Stone Gene Dema
golsk1 left Hodges Bob Emmons Ira Fox
and Don Plath L nemen were Galvm Sa
gent Ray Rlchardson George Bulllon Dlck
Ha mon Drck Smrth Hobart Smrth Don
Campbell Dlclc Davls Francls Wycoli Brll
Runey and Wendell Iensen
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Scobert Dress Shop
Dr O R Gulhon
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Valley Pnntmg 6: Statxonery Co
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Penny Wrse Drugs
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