University High School - Nunc Dimittis Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

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Nearly everyone in the class has some part in the furiniug ul this volume. ln the lumps that the readers of this book will appreciate not manly tlic actual cmitcnt but also tlic line cooperation that has lielpecl greatly tuwarcl its pulmlicatirm, tlic Class uf Nineteen llumlrecl Tliirty prcst-nts this tliirtl vuliiim' ul NUNC DIMITTIS DEDICATION To Miss Cordelia M. Hayes, our first home room teacher, whose patient efforts have constantly guided us through our six years at the University High School, this issue of NUNC D1M1TT1s is lovingly dedicated. Ell ll H U IGI-1lFNlVIiRSITY HIGH 9Cli0OI,LE1Ulg7YKJy, lffgj JL jf H3 CLASS OFFICERS President ............................. Betty Jane Dawson Vice-President .. . ....... William Giefel Secretary ..... ..... I nez Standbridge Treasurer .. .... Wallace Graham CLASS SONG For years we have followed the stretch of the road Over hills, past the trees and the iieldsg Now we come to the fork where our paths must divide Into all that a bright future yields. We have seen the seed scattered, the harvest brought in g We have worked and perspired in the sung VV e have cooled in the shade and prepared for the nextg We have laggedg we have walkedg we have run, VV e have cursed at the dust that would sometimes ariseg We have gone through few storms and bad weather, But now at the end we remember them well, For we saw all the rainbows together. And so, as we part, going each on his way, We are all bound by one happy tie. When we trail on new roads, to new dawns, we shall think Of the road that leads back to U. High. --Words by DORRIS F1sH --Music by GLADYS SCHULTZ UL ll Il Il --1! 'll CDV i' elf' -'1L, li- il Il IU ?'.ELEl 1 l' DlEJ NUNC lllfwll Sl Ell- ALBERT ELLIS BALL Bu! sure he's proud, and yet his pride beromes him Hutchins Intermediate 15 Northern High, Detroit 25 Paris, France 35 President of French Club 45 Senior Play5 Swimming Team 45 Stage Manager 45 Glee Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 "Freshies" 4 HAIIRX' EVERETT BELL IVho speaks the Irnlh stabs Folschood to the heart Swimming 4 BERENICE LOUISE BRACKEL She mozfes a goddess, and she looks a queen Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, Z, 3, 45 Library Staff 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Coun- :il 1, 35 Senior Play NVALTILR FI-JRDINANII BRACKEL Young fellows wilf be young fellows Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Student Council 3, 45 "Freshies" 45 Junior Play5 Basket- ball Reserves 45 Interclass Basketball 3, 45 Inter- class Speedball Z, 3, 4 GILBERT EVERETTE BURSLEY While listening Senates hong upon thy tongue Debating 45 "VVhy the Chimes Rang" 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Student Guide 45 NUNC DI1NII1'TIS, Debating and Music 45 French Club 1, 2, 45 French Club Secretary 45 Track 45 Speedball 15 Student Coun- cil 45 Extemporaneous Speaking 4 EN ll ll ll Tl 'li ll3l 7 A ,.ll1...Ul-----.. .JU IW l l Sli' llliill Skllflfll QYLJEL4'-.'.l.?lf':71il. C' Q ,inf JC JOSE CAAMPUED CASTRENCE A good man skilled in speaking Pangasinan High School, P. I. 15 Central High School, Columbus, Ohio, 25 Ann Arbor High School 35 Foreign and American Club 4 JAMES CRAPO CR1s'rx', JR. For his heart is like the sea, Ever open, brave and free Student Council 1, 45 Vice-President of Student Council 45 Broadcaster Stal? 15 Class President 25 "Silas Marner" 25 San Diego High School 35 Football 2, 45 Swimming 45 French Club 1, 2, 45 NUNC Drmrrrrs, Editor-in-chief 4 REGINA MARGARET CUMMING I would he Peter Pan fore'ver! Tappan 15 "Silas Marner" 25 Library Squad 35 Basketball 3, 45 Hockey 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Broad- caster 4 MARY Lou Cuzxmmos The purest and most thoughtful ininds are those which low eolor the most Council 35 "Why the chimes Rang" 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 G, A. A., Recording Secretary 45 NUNC IHMITTIS, Art Editor 45 Broadcaster, Art Editor 45 Basketball 3, 45 Hockey 3, 4 JESSIE LILLIAN DARLING The sea hath its pearls, The heaven hath its stars, My heart, my heart, My heart hath its love! "Silas Mamet" 25 Hockey 2,35 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 35 NUNC DIMITTIS, Prophecy 4 ll- -l L l EI l:,, If ,,,,, Jlg.- :-f--gil lg,-., I IQ 8 g 'TEfEil l. 1UEl NUNC HIMl'l'TlSF'1'llIl'-LTI?-T':-T-3li?J1'l 'ifll XIIRGINIA Nl'ARY DAVIDSON Really and truly-I have nothing to wear Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Council 33 Junior Playg Senior Play3 G. A. A. Board 43 Student Guide 4 BETTY JANE DAWSON Let her speak, and wlzatezfer she say, Methinks we should love her the better. Student Council 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pres- ident of French Club 33 Class Secretary 2, 33 Broadcaster, Assistant Editor-in-chief 43 Class President 4 JOHN BALLARD Deo Au earl by right, by courtesy a man North Branch High School 1, 2, 33 School Basket- ball 43 Debating 43 Golf 43 Orchestra 43 Glee Club 4 RICHARD GORDON FINCH W isely and slowg they stumble that run fast Glee Club 2, 33 Interclass Basketball 2, 33 Swim- ming 4 Domus GOODALL FISH Those who love deeply cannot age Council 13 G. A. A. Recording Secretary 1, 23 Ann Arbor Daily News Staff lg Glee Club Z, 33 G. A. A. Circus Z, 3g "Christus Parvulus" 2g Broad- caster: Reporter 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 43 Junior Play3 Senior Play3 Dramatics Club 43 NUNC DIMITTIS, Class Poem, Dramatics 43 Hockey 1, 33 Basketball 2 X, , Jr l ll Il' Tl ': ll -ll 4lE1l ' WI' If 'll ll" fl L:-sl 9 I'T ! I .L Tl l .J 'l l !T fl 'I F ll F IT L.. lf- rt F ': Ld, Fl ,. ,f"g can IU-f Ut I ll- ll Jun ll Nlkfll Irv IIIGII scnool. I-:mt--2--nil'-------dl?IE1 EUGENE CHARLES FISHER Peace is always beautiful Kalamazoo Central High 13 Football 33 Captain 43 Basketball 33 Track 33 Tennis 3 WILLIAM PEALE GIEFEL For e'eu tho zvmlquished, he roula' argue still Hutchins Intermediate 13 Detroit Northern High School 23 Tennis CVarsityJ 23 Basketball Re- serves 3, 43 "Potboiler" 33 Class Secretary 3g Class Vice-President 43 Glee Club 3, 43 Football 43 Tennis 43 Student Guide 43 NUNC DIMITTIS Sport Editor 4 SARAH JANE GooDALE L. T To see her is to love her, ' And love her but forever For nature made her what she is And uezfer made another Glee Club 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 "Nifty Shop" 43 T Student Guide 43 Basketball 43 G. A. A. Board - 43 Council 43 French Club 4 CHARLES WAI.LAcE GRAHAM He never jlunked and he never lied, : Reckon he never knowed how Junior High Basketball 13 Basketball Reserves 23 Council 1, 23 Track 3, 43 Captain Gold Team 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Captain 43 Football 4 CHRISTIAN BRAUN HAAs G He wears the rose of youth upon him : Glee Club 3, 43 Junior Playg Basketball Manager 4 um u- ln. un ll - A-sn IE 10 Ell ll 'll li -- ll ll ,J UI mt U 6- in ln ll lElL:JNUNCDYM1TTISI IDL MARY ELLEN HALL True it is she had one failing- Had a woman ever less? French Club 1, 25 G. A. A. Circus 25 Baseball Team 25 Hockey 3, 45 "Potboiler" 35 Council 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer of Council 45 Dramatics Club 45 Senior Play ANNA Louise HELL1-:R The girl worth while Is the one who can smile When everything goes dead 'wrong Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 45 G. A. A. Board 3, 45 Captain Gold Team 4 EDWARD W1LLiAM HOXNARD For fools admire, but men of sense approve Principia, St. Louis, Missouri 15 Washington High School, Port Huron 25 Ann Arbor High School 3 ROBERT HENRY HOWARD Little heads may eontain much learning Washington High School, Port Huron 15 Glec Club 2, 3, 45 "Silas Marner" 25 'Junior Play5 De- bating 3, 45 Class Treasurer 3g "Freshies" 45 Stage Crew 45 French Club 45 Student Guide 45 Swimming 4 HARRIET EVELYN HUNT W here'.r the eoward that would not dare To fight for such a hand? Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. Secretary 35 Circus 35 President 45 Captain Purple Team 4 11 QEL.iJl L l UiJ llNlVl'iRSlTY HIGH SllllljolflL'..lElL..-4iLll.Q.7:lll,-f,..., 1 1 i 1 l l-1 '1 l IL 1 1 I l l. 1 1 L: ix 1 E W li 1l IU 111 1 l l l 1il Q ll: 11 H I ll ll 11 1 l 1 1 1 il fl L1 .J L . ,IL N., , .F 'W l ii 'I U IIL: - .,,, - -if---I1 :L144-Y Izlllfifl' 5- .l HOMER HILL HUNT ' Be silent and safe-silence never betrays Council 13 Inter-class Basketball 2, 3, 43 Inter- class Speedball 2, 3, 43 Junior Playg Football 43 Swimming 43 Glee Club 3, 43 "Freshies" 43 Ten- nis 3, 4 PAUL WALTER JEDELE The light that lies In 'womanls eyes Hath been my hearts undoing "Silas Marner" 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Basketball Manager 33 "Pot Boiler" 33 Inter- class Basketball 3, 43 Inter-class Speedball 33 "Freshies" GLADYS LUCILLE KINGSLEY Still waters run deep South Lyon Union School 1, 2, 33 Student Council 4 3 NUNC DIMITTIS proof-reader 4 LOUISE LITTLE The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed And ease of heart her every look conveyed G. A. A. Board 3, 43 Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 G. A. A. Circus 2, 33 Glee Club 4 VERN CHRISTIAN LoEIfFLI-:R Silence Answers Murh Inter-class Sportsg Basketball 33 Speedball 33 Baseball 33 Handball 33 Stage Crew 4 12 1. 1.3 ' .zfhgf fll- ' Il IDEJ NUNC l7IfW1T'1'l5 IEICEZUV-117 3Vi-'7 V-i' V 1 L l ,Fl l 'll lil B so E l JANE PATRICIA MACNAMEE lllllsic, when soft voices die, - Vibrates in the 1J1L'1ll07'y "Christus Parvulus" lg Council 23 Glee Club 2, 3, ,Q 43 Solos: "The First Easter" 2, "The Trees" 33 Baseball l, 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 G. A. A. Circus 2, 33 Broadcaster StaFf 43 H G. A. A. Board 43 NUNC DIlvll'r'r1s Class Will 4 MARGARET IMCOMBER i A 'violet by a 1I10.l'.l'jl stone V- Half hidden from the eye,' Fair as a star 'when only one j Is shining in the sky Allll Arbor Daily News Staff 13 Coullcil 23 "Christus Parvulus" 23 Glee Club Z, 3, 43 Baseball l l il 1, 23 Hockey 23 Broadcaster Staff 4g NUNC DI- li MITTIS Quotations 4 F BARBARA DOROTHEA NELSON ll Mild as the sweet spring air, 1 Honorable above all i Baseball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, I' 43 "Pot Boiler" 33 Senior Play3 French Club 4 X ALBERT HENRY NEWMAN ,Ls He thot as a sage, but he felt as a man 1 Baseball lg Basketball 13 Orchestra 13 Newton fa High School, New York 23 Council 1, 33 Glee ' Club 3, 43 "Pot Boiler" 3g Tennis, 3, 43 School , Basketball 4 sf 1 if ls 'Q t i DOROTIIY RUTH ORR 'il 'I l r Il Eartlfs noblest thing-a woman perfected l Basketball 23 Council 2, 33 Senior Playg Dramat- E ics Club 4 il lll I! l so elle E- If - ln Ulf-fglli,-..QQ.. 153'Ei1TllLZBiiE?-I5EE"'4lFTBfTi?':f7:'l E K'--H Qiii.. '----IE Y"-:f:iill14-llrrrm iff ' l 13 EIlT"U TIl1I 'TJCJlf.l 1 TUX ll I Y llllill SfllflfllfEIL'lk,:,M,,.,.,-.ILg,..-.1lg,.,.l.. IVAN W11,L1AM PARKER Wylili and wixdom are lmrn 'with a man Baseball lg Speedball l: Debating 3, 4: Council 25 "Silas Marner" 25 "Christus Parvulus" 23 Glee Club 2, 3: Junior Playg Student Guide 4g Broad- caster Sport Editor 4 CEcu.r: RUTH RlT'1'l'Zl! A light hrnrt lirics long Nicholas Senior High School 1, 25 French Club 3, 45 Council 33 Glee Club 4 Jollx Louis RUBSAM Whate'cr hc did was done with .vo mud: vase. In him alone 'lwas natural lo please Howe Military Academy 1, 25 Jackson High 35 Footbhll, Captain 43 Senior Playg Dramatics Club 45 Syvimming 43 Broadcaster Feature Editor 4 .Vi 'FP -4- HOLIER EDWIN RUEGER I will sit down now, but the time will some when you will hear from me Highland Park High School 1, Z3 Junior Playg "Why the Chimes Rang" -lg Student Guide 45 French Club 4 ETHEL MARuAu1z'r Scnluziusrzu Mm: hath his zcfill, lm! tvnuzun hath hrr way "Silas Marner" Z5 Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 33 Hockey 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 45 "Nifty Shop" 43 French Club 4 --I U F-+C --' --'iff-'-:ij lliilf-'-""'Tiiii5il E? ?T-. -dl 14 l Q- 125.2-:liT2l3 llf ilDEZl NUNU Dill I l""lV' Gmuvs RUTH SCHULTZ My heart is like a singing bird Glee Club 2, 35 Glee Club Accompanist 45 School Accompanist 45 Orchestra 3, 45 French Club 3, 4 BRACKLEY S II ANV God does not low tlwc' less Imraztsv 1nc'n low thee more "Crowfeather's Christmas" 15 Broadcaster 1, Z, 35 President French Club 25 "Christus Parvulus" 25 Class President 35 Track 35 Swimming 45 Football 45 President of Student Council 4 INEZ RUTH STANDBRIDGE She rc'asz'd,' but still their trembling ears 1'ctaincd The 'vibrations of lzvr witcliing song Student Council 15 "Silas Marner" 25 Library Squad 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45'Spring Cantata Solo 35 "Nifty Shop" 45 Broadcaster: Reporter 3, Literary Editor 45 junior Play5 Class Vice-President 35 Class Secretary 45 French Club 45 NUNC DIMITTIS Literary Editor 4 KATHERINE ICYPHENE STAUFI-'ER For is slze not surpassing fair Council 15 Library Squad 25 Glee Club 4 LIARGARET Lois STEERE Gentle in manner, frm in reality Ann Arbor High 2, 35 Basketball 4 I L LIL ll ilu' M476 EI 'Tl' I U If I' il 15 Egzfwrrf---+,LJr11wr-:rw.nsr'rv mon S11'llUfll,fTli'JE , -If 1,. ,L -W I .1 Lrg-.J Q fi :Ej....L13 I I li il il 17 l i l JOSEPH EARL THORNTON l X The -world knows nothing of its greatest men Orchestra 1, 3, 43 Interclass Sports: Speedball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 45 Basketball Reserves 3, 4, Football 4 CARLOTTA ROSE WEITBRECHT 1 .J Her 'voire was ever gentle. soft, and law, ,... An excellent thing in 'woman Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "Christus Parvulus" 2, G. A. A. Circus 2, 35 French Club 4 I l U JANE VALYGIIAN WHITNEY m The sweet crlvrcssian of that face Forcval' changing, yet the same Glee Club 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 2, 43 Council 3, 4 n I ARTHUR Lewis Woon For man is man and master of his fate French Club 1, 2, 39 Stage Crew 4 I KENDALL BISHOP WOOD I, A true friend is forever' a friend French Club 1, 2, "Pot Boiler" 3, Senior Play ll '-" -'I U l'?""l,,.LLi'l'wE "'f"EtT.fl'," f'7.TLf'uT' Qi' 16 im Memoriam Efubn Swbepberh Butter Remember, 1912 :3Iune, 1925 Qbur romrahe who bah to Ieabe us earlp in our high scbunl career 17 4'l::EJl'71:..I C-L...-iff -LJLILLU ' 'fl f"l'l'H' lllllll tlfflfllll LEiTi11Ell',,::.l '71 gg: :ill , IU Y l NUNC DIMITTIS STAFF Editor-in-Chief . . ...,....... .... J ames Cristy Faculty Adviser . . . ........... Mr. Good Literary Editor .. ........ Inez Staudbridge Art Editor ..... .... ll 'lary Lou Cummings Sports Editor . . ....... VVilliam Giefel 3 I ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Much of the credit for the publication of this year's NUNC DIMITTIS is due to persons other than those on the Editorial Staff. The contributions and aid of a : large part of the Senior Class and certain members of the junior Class did much i to make this volume what it is, The Editorial Stati wishes to take this opportunity 1 to express its gratitude for the work rendered by the following persons Wallace Graham. . . Jessie Darling ...... jane MacNamee. . . Peggy McOmber. . . Everette Bursley. . . Dorris Fish ....... Class History Prophecy .. ........... Class NVill .. ....... Senior Quotations Debating and Music . . ................. Plays Sarah Jane Goodale .... ............... S napshots Harriet Hunt ..... Virginia Davidson . Gladys Kingsley .... Albert Newman .... Dana Seeley ..........,............................ .. ....... Group Photographs .. .... Individual Photographs . . . . . . . . . .Proof Reading .... . . . . . . .Mock Elections .junior Class The Staff also wishes to extend its thanks to Miss Hayes and Mr. Good, the faculty advisers, whose services in the preparation of this yearbook have been invaluable. -"'r-'M-1 F1211 LEP---1 r --- --i xr'-M - an LI uf- -1 If fi: J :tiff 11:1 mia rf: ci 18 ml is it in n um-1 NUNC DIMITTISI-IEIIY -11 n ll it am CLASS HISTORY By WAu.Acn Gzun-um 'Way back in 1924, in the first year of this school, the class of 1930 began its brilliant career. We were perhaps a little obscure this year, being the youngest of four classes, but nevertheless we had a large part in founding organizations and building traditions. It was at this early date that we made our first venture into dramatics. We presented The Courtship of M iles Standish in assembly, a production which was exceptionally wiell received by the en- tire school. Our happiness at the advent of summer vacation was dimmed by the death of Jack Potter, one of our most beloved classmates. On returning for our second year at U. High, we found that because of the increased size of our class, we would have to be divided into two home rooms. Mr. Tate directed one group, while the second-year pupils stayed with Miss Hayes. Our presentation of a comic operetta, The Family Doctor, was a great success and encouraged us to plan more operas in the future. In the ninth grade, we came into a degree of prominence which we had not as yet achieved, for we were the oldest class in the junior high and were therefore eligible to assume the dignity of carriage we still enjoy. The boys and girls had by now been separated. The boys were fortunate enough to obtain Miss Hayes as home room teacherg the girls were thrilled to find themselves under the leadership of Mr. Froh. Returning to school in September, 1927, we were initiated into the folds of the senior high and the activities to which this position admitted us. We presented Silas Marlzcr in assembly. It would be interesting to note that this drama was the occasion for Ivan Parker's debut into a fiery oratorical career. Our class was divided once more this year, the girls being broken up into two groups with Mrs. Powers and Mr. Froh as home room teachers. Miss Hayes was so successful in quelling home room riots that it was not felt necessary to take such a drastic step with the boys. In our Junior year we lost Mr. Froh as a home room teacher, but we have never regretted the acquisition of Mr. McGehee in this capacity. In the spring, various members of our class were called upon to till the berths left vacant by departing seniors. Brackley Shaw was elected president of the student council, Dorris Fish won the election for editor-in-chief of THE BROADCASTER, and Wallace Graham was chosen captain of the basketball team. Our junior play, The Show Off, was acclaimed by all as a great success. XfVe capped the year with the Junior Prom and a rollicking picnic at Delhi on the scenic shores of the beautiful Huron River. We came back in the fall of this year to Bud ourselves almighty seniors after five long years of patient subordination. The class of '30 has had few idle moments, in this their last year. One event has followed another with amazing rapidity. Outstanding among the activ- ities which have kept us busy were commencement plans, preparation of the NUNC DIMITTIS. the senior play, Alice-Sit-by-the-Fire, the basketball, swimming and debating seasons, scholastic work, choosing of memorials, and mock elections. All in all, our last year has been a very pleasant one, and one which we may well think of as representative of the many line years we spent at U. High. And now we approach the end of this strange, eventful history. The fact that we have spent six years here makes it doubly hard for us to leave the splendid associations, with both the faculty and the students, which we have made over this period of years. But if our friends here miss the class of '30 as much as we are going to miss them, we may feel justified in our claim that we have, for the past six years, played 'a highly important role on thestage of Uni- versity High School. mi an u in u nn uma n n n u in :U 19 By jEssE DARLING A111110 21111111114 lllj' 11ll51j' 111111115 1 111, 1'111- 111111111 111-1-111 111111111111 111c 1111111--11-11 11-1111 1111111 11115 A1111 1111-rc 1111111-1 1111 Il 111irr111', 1-21111-11 11i111 11ri1111-, 1110111-11 111111 111c 1-1'1:r11111111g 111111111 111' 111111-. 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A man again has passed across the glassg Our Homer Ruieger has joined the White U His back is bentg his hair a silver mass. Sox ' His Honor Ivan Parker, grave faced judge, He's even outdone Babe Ruth with his socks. Deals out justice without an empty grudge. Anna Heller f01111d that Physical Ed Well flanked by girls I see a handsome shiek, Was the goal to which all pathways led. A different girl is his with each new weekg Big Anna and little Harriet Hunt Johnnie Rubsam, I guess he's made a hit, Have founded H gym SCl'l0Ol thaf'S quite 21 3 In the social world he's done his bitg stunt. And now I am led to the hall of fame: The Philippine 15111111315 S0 fa-1' HWHY , There I behold Everett Bursley's name, Have been honored by members of the play- ' He's a diplomat of high approval, Jose Castrence has returned to his home, Though I've heard some talk of his removal, Followed by Harry Bell, Wl'10yS bound to As ambassador to foreign parts, YOHI11- Where he quellg eaeh rebellieii before it I see three stars upon the silver screen starts. The faces of whom a memory mean: L The man who is mentioned to take his place Thefeys Waller Bffiifkeli the ardent l0VeI'2 I5 john Deg fgf presidential i-aeey, And Barbara Nelson, screendom's motherg H To distant Africa went Dorothy Orr, And then there-'s Bill Giefel, the hero brave, ' Of her I've been able to hear no more. He'1l UOY love the girl though her life HC She went to make Christians of the nativesg Save- I Gladys Kingsley, author of "Much Ado," Our Vernon Loeliier at Daytona Beach With "Hidden Virtues" made her debut: Has won two races, one hundred miles each. While Bfaekley Shaw and Peggy Meombei- Cecile Ritter and Jane Whitney have built T By their fireside await each new number A m3USi011 011 the milk that 0fl'lCfS Spilf- : of the smartly edited magazine They've profited by their fellows mistakes That pays for Al Newmanis limousine' Aigalgsd their healthy lives on "All-Bran H55 gggglftshfhyzgfsrgpxglfhliijtzifgi Wallace Graham, the basketball player, There stands a girl in a costume divine' Ot his Aim Arbor is now the mayor' 2 , I , , ' Oh, a sudden change! The lines have van- 1 It is the product of Sarah Janes mind. ishedg 3 She has 3 Shep on 3 Populaf Street And all my dreams like dust have banished. Where gaiety and wealth are wont to meet. ifhe mirror is just 3 mir,-or again, Up over the door of the store next door Washed bright and clean of all joy and pain. 8 , MOCK ELECTIONS T 1. Most Popular Girl .... .... B etty Jane Dawson 2. Most Popular Boy .... ............ I im Cristy 3. Prettiest Girl ....... .... I iatherine Stauffer 4. Handsomest Boy .... ....... J ohn Rubsam :- 5. Best Boy Athlete .... .... W allace Graham 6. Best Girl Athlete .... .... A nna Heller -i 7. C1ass.Bluffer ....................... ......... B ob Howard W 8. Teacher's Pet .................................. John Rubsam 9. Girl Most Likely to Become Famous ...... Mary Lou Cummings 10. Boy Most Likely to Become Famous .............. Ivan Parker 11. Best Girl Dancer .................... ...... B erenice Brackel : 12. Best Boy Dancer .... .... B ob Howard i 13. Class Baby ....... ..................... B ob Ball L 14. Class "Riot" ........... ....................... A 1 Newman fi 15. Class Inseparables ............... Paul Jedele, Mary Ellen Hall 16. Most Surprising Person in Class .................... Bill Giefel 'N ,. . ig l 1 Ell ll ' in if ll f ll -ul IE 1- -:-ll ul. in --ix - 11- 13 21 DI ll Il Il IEII-I UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL l-IEII ll .ll -'ll IU CLASS ,WILL By JANE MAcNAMnn We, the University High School Seniors, of the city of Ann Arbor, in the Countie of Washtenaw, and the State of Michigan, being of sounde minds, do make, and declare these oure parting giftes, that is to saye: I, Wally Graham, do will my basketball suit to Gerald Kingsley. I, Katherine Stautfer, do will my blonde loveliness to Curtis Bradbury. I, Christian Haas, do will my everblooming blush to Charlotte Whitman. We, Walter Brackel and John Rubsam, do bequeath our fascination for women to Melvin Hartman and John Schmidt. I, Ivan Parker, do will my verbal equipage to Alton Hewitt. I, Jessie Darling, do will my baby face to Rod Howell. We, Brackley Shaw and Everette Bursley, do will our ability to agree on all points, to Fred Hunt and Bob Rice. II, Gladys Schultz, do will my piano playing ability to Clinton Ford. I, Gene Fisher, do will my ability to make hamburgers to Mary Kirby. I, Bill Giefel, do will my inferiority complex to anyone who can control it. I, Betty Jane Dawson, do will the class presidency to anyone who feels capable of governing a senior meeting. I, Joe Thornton, do will my falsetto voice to my little sister, Ona. I, Homer Hunt, do will my freckles to jo Hadley. I, Barbara Nelson, do will my school-girl giggle to Marion Reimold. -' I, Jane MacNamee, do will my belt to Margaret Pulfrey. We, Homer Rueger and Vernon Loeffler, do bequeath our ideas on physics to any new prospects for Dr. Fox. We, Mary Lou Commings and Cecille Ritter, do will our ability to make posters for class activities to Rich Anderson and joe Fisher. I, Harriet Hunt, do will my height to Doris Gimmy. We, Dorris Fish and Peg McOmber, do will our dirty locker endurance record to anyone ambitious enough to throw off the curse. I, Jose Castrence, do will the shade of my hair to Katherine Anning, I, Bob Ball, being mentally sound, do will my ability to say "Hah !" at the right moment and with the proper emphasis, to Alfonso Suyat. Y We, Inez Standbridge and Ethel Schremser, do offer Charles Crane his choice of our dark, luxuriant hair. We, Gordon Finch and Jim Cristy, do wil our ability to cast all jokes aside be- fore entering classrooms to "Steck" McCallum. We, Sarah .lane Goodale and Virginia Davidson, do will our versatility to Jean Rice. . I, john Deo, do will my profil romain to Clara Leone Walker. We, Gladys Kingsley and Dorothy Orr, do will our complacent good nature to those intending to take trigonometry and physics next year. We, Peg Steere and Carlotta Weitbrecht, do will our ability to be where we don't belong, to Mary Bursley with gentle cautions. I, Bob Howard, do will my adeptness at bluffing to Elsa Garriott. We, Paul Jedele and Mary Ellen Hall, do will our lockers opposite each other to anyone interested. I, Anna Heller, do will that my athletic ability be evenly distributed throughout the school. We, Berenice Brackel, Regina Cummings and Jane VV hitney, do will our var- ious personalities to three lonesome Juniors. We, Gordon Finch, Ken and Art Wood, Ed Howard, and Harry Bell, having finished with the school, do will it to the student body with best wishes. Ell ll ll ll Il Il IE!! Il ll Il ll Il IE 22 2 xi First Row: l'lar:i I.:-one VValker, Mary Kirby, Josephine Hadley, Katherine Anning, Charlotte VVhitman. Dana Seeley, Lois jotter. Joe Fisher, lirlna Thomas, Catherine Howland, Irene Hall, Estelle Standish. Second Row: Kenneth XValsworth, Charles Crane, Gerald Kingsley, Clinton Ford, Frederick Hunt, Ricliarrl Anderson. Alcan Rice, Robert llewclt, Morgan Thomas, Garry Bunting. Third Row: Mary Bursley. Helen lleliakotl, Doris .l:itl'e. june f'urrie. Anne Mitchell. Margaret Pulfrey, Faith Alway, jane Fletcher, Elsa Gar- riott, lloris liivnniy. ,lane Farleton. Alice Dickey. limily Van Den Bosch, Marion Reimold. Fourth Row: l'c-ter lfielll. liarl Quackenbusll. Alfonso Suyat, Alton Hewett. Rod Howell, Alan Higlrie, Keith llillnian, Rob- ert johnson. Vressey Sturgis, Curtis Bradbury, Robert Langford, Melvin Hartman. THE JU 1011 CLASS By DANA SEELEY At last, we. the junior Class are nearing the height of our ambitions after having been in this school for five years. It does not seem possible that we will be seniors next year. XVith a few exceptions the old seventh grade is still intact. NYC can look back on that first year as being a very unusual one for several reasons. First, our original home-room was in charge of Fred East, and the boys and girls were in it together. It was not long before the faculty discovered that it was necessary, for proper order, to separate the two warring factions. This was done in the eighth grade. Freddy was still in charge of the boys' home-room, but the wear and tear was too much for him and he retired to the gentler business of teach- ing athletics, ln this year. one of the most important social events was a weinie roast given for the boys by the girls. Only five boys came, much to the disgust of the girls. However, the boys as juniors are by no means shy, Our freshman year marked the beginning of our best good time. The tradi- tional class picnic was held at Lakeland at the Kirby's cottage. It was a great suc- cess, even if a boatload of us did fall into the lake. To avoid embarrassment the names will be withheld. Next year the picnic was held at the Langford's cottage. It was every bit as much of a success as the first one, and we vowed never to let a year slip by without holding a picnic. That same year marked the rise of the boys in our class to a high athletic standard. They defeated the older juniors consistently and pressed the seniors closely. And now. in our junior year we are going stronger than ever. In athletics the junior boys held nine out of the possible twenty positions on the school's two basketball teams. They also ran away with the interclass basketball championship easily. We are also proud of the record that three of our classmates have compiled in local and state musical circles. On the threshold of what once seemed unattainable we feel that we have gained most of the dignity that one usually attributes to seniors. VVe have set ourselves to carry out the position of seniors as well as we possibly can and hope to continue the Fine traditions of this school as well as it is possible to do. 24 SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row: Faith Crittenden. Virginia Graham. Nina Pollock. Elaine Bryant. Elizabeth Allen. Genevieve Anderson. Nan Mz1cXzi1iwv. Xlary Jane Swinton. Marion Maddy. Mary Carr, Katherine hlarie Hall. Second Row: Rudolpli NVeincr, George Szymehak. XN'alter Miller. Allen Ehlers, Emerson Roszel, Jeanne Seeley, Jeanne Keppel. Tom Klcene. XVinstou NYalker. Rohert Rickert, Ralph Braun. Third Row: Kelly Goss. Chester Daugherty, Lester NVilliains. Alhert Dolecek. Russell Kimberly, Simplicio Manantan. Herbert Locke, Orlando Stephenson, James Reed. Rohert XVnrster, Theodore Braun. Fourth Row: Keith Isaacson, Carl YVeeks, Phillip McCallum. John Magee, Manly Osgood, Neshitt Haas, Dan Schurz, Edward Adams, Carl NVurster, Donald Fraser. NINTH GRADE First Row: Duncan Fraser, Dorothy Sawyer. Betty Hcxvett, Myrtle Fallot. Evelyn Xvolfe. Kenneth llnchlig, Clare Hurd. Arthur Cahot. Rohert Buelher. Irintrand NYeyrich. Anno Hursley, John Laline. NYanda Cumming. Dorothy Magill. Mildred Bowers, Ona Thornton. Sanford Ladd. Second Row: Donald Staeliler. Hilda Moildvr, Estelle Miller. Dorothy Rc-ttig, Vivian llnhhard. Helen Schmid. Ruth Briggs, Marian Hill. lNlargaret Schmidt, Rhoda Peck. Louise VVorrall. Catherine Pnrdom, Cliarlotte Lewis. Geraldine Ilaas. Richard Priest, Third Row: Jason Van Den Bosch. Mary Potter. Jane Ednionson, Judy Trosper, Charlotte Rnegcr, Iictty Anne Beehc. Harriet Heath. NYilhehnina Carr, Lnella Macintosh, Josephine Ball. Phyllis Ilrnnini, Mary Michael. Caroline Faehnle. Saxon Finch. Mary Johnson, Robert Houghtalin. Fourth Row: John Frisinger, Donald Waterman. Duncan Tlhomas. Harlow Dodge, Reid Bailey. Chalmers Van Den ltosch. George Spaulding. Carlton Houghtalin, Paul Bradhury. Robert. Byrn. Bernard Shields, Carl Cowan. Harvey Muller, Hugh Gingerich. Charles Hogans. Fifth Row: Robert Howell. Clitlford Cohh, Ned Loos. Oscar Ol- son. Ilollis Kami. VVillian1 Rothman. Stephen Stanton. NValter Cliansmith, Louis Bohling, Norman Kaercher, John Forshee, Clinton Harris, George Forsyth, Robert Brown, XValdcniar Reimold. 25 . , , . EIGHTI-I GRADE First Row: l'JlI'Hll11i' llmxlzuul. livin Fulk. ilvvwnlliy fillflli. llclcn llyrn. .lzmv Y1'l'IIk'l'. Rulwm-1'l Yllllllfl. lim lligln Yiiifvuii llml up, l'li7llrLll1 l mis: Wliitilly I'l ' L l Il S d nun: 'il lc-ix "I J im 1. 2 .1 ' ,r ' - , ',u1s-vrlvvic. econ Row: ll :'l 1: 'ruli 'i, Virginia llunl-, livin- XY:ml1, Alrziiiiwttc llilmlv. xfXlzn'j-n'y Cnc. Mary lim-li, llzirrivtt llzmzu. lilimlwtli llmw NYlii1m-y. llnvul l'i1vlc-iwluxxli. Third Row: ,lCll'l'l'S1lll liatmi, lllnxncll Annmg. l.yuu Slruiig. Nuruizni lill- fring, ,luck Yvviinpz. .Xlfri-fl lmvcll. ,lwlm Klzicliciwic. SEVENTH GRADE First Row: In-:vim-llv llzigams, lilizzilwtli llziyrlcii, Mzigrlalvxu- Fullins. XI:u'g:u'ct Kin-lg-liiiis. lim-lay lliimlc-y, Lyizi lxnlm. Nifzmm- lim-mill-, Ruth Sclirwrling. l"lm'cncc Yun Akkcrun. Second Row: vllllll' All-xumli-1. Ilctty Ri-ul. Vllyllix Ili-iuiivtt. lh-lly lizulprcr, Blzurgm-rite llzmzhurn. .limo llllgvll. Vccilc l"1'zuiking. l'li1'iN1im' 12:-svll. 'luyylxliifir Sum-r, l':ntrivi:i Nliclixu-l, Ilzirlwzira llczith. Third Row: llasil liwlxxziircls. ll-xlnliy Szullcr. .lm-li lik-cm-, Tun: Tilly, lmuia ll-npkins. Huy Xclswil. lloim-1' M:icN:in1cr, Rulmvrt flfillllill. .lwscpli lluxxitt. llriviil Slicrxxiii, Rnln-it Allmi. jziim-s llunlziiu. ,lulm NY:1gm-r. Karl lilltllif. llavirl lfrll-mg. Fourth Row: 4'li:lrln-s lfnliiiiiiiwls. Rivl1:ml Iirmxn. Yuicc-ul Nlmwc. Rulmcrt Srliwiii-c'i'. liulmuiirlx, liiclizurl llruwn. X lil- .-4-,yl Mmm-. RUM-it Sclin-iris:-i'. lzmlmunrl Ilrvmn, NYrilllu Alrlmt, llviiry Arliims. llonzilrl llm-li-I l'iv lhlnniir, RUM-1't Xliulivll. llwigllt I' ' P .'X4l.u11N, ,Inn l..ll liwnznlxl. SUBSEVENTH GRADE First Row: lflrzuiur llrii-V. l"m11cc's llun- nlvrauil. l'1liL'ulr:'1l1 XYiirslm-x'. lfxllu-1' lluiicyxivll, AI4-:in XYill4. Second Row: ,l:nm-s Norris. lmiuw Un. Alb ,lam 4 tu. .Xu . vit. Third Row: ,luliu XXI-llcr. llcrry R11 l'liilip Xvxxiilrin. Cm-. lrnlly l:u'm:m. I-rucc Mc- 'A ' ' in -' "11'mwl llrw ill' R? 20 1 1 27 l'iI.l'Sf Roto: Nesbitt Haas, John Deo. Scrozlfl' Row: Phillip McCallum. Kelly Goss, Captain Wallace Graham, Coach East, Roderic Howell, Albert Newman. 'l'l1irtI Row: Mr. Darling ffacnlty managcrl, Richard Anderson, Dana Seeley, Richard I.orch, Christian Haas fmanagerj. BASKETBALL The 1929-1930 University High School haskethall team had a most satisfactory season, under the fine coaching of Mr. East, considering the fact that only one player was left from last year's varsity. XVith one veteran, Captain Wallace Graham, and several of the last year's re- serves hack, Coach East fashioned a squad which scored 293 points to their oppo- nents' 188, On the team this year were Captain VVallace Graham, Alhert Newman, Kelly Goss, Roderic Howelh john Deo, Richard :'Xnderson, Phillip McCallum, Nesbit Haas, Richard Lorch, and Dana Seeley. The regular line-up this year was composed of Graham and Goss forwards, Anderson or Seeley at center, and Newman and Howell guards. All of the team figured in the scoring column, making a fine offense, While Newman and Howell were largely responsible for University High's defensive record. During the regular season the team scored victories over Northville, Saline, Clinton, Roosevelt CYpsilantij Lincoln Consolidated, St. Thomas, and Milan, They lost to Wayne the first game of the season, and to Chelsea. In the district tournament our team scored a victory over Milan 22-11 which qualified us for the second round, and then lost a heart-hreakinff Game to VVa ne s s Y 10-12 thereby losing our chance to enter the regional tournament. 28 U I -f ll ll Il IEII-I NUNC DIMITTISl-IDI ll Il I' ll IE! Most of U. High's games were played as a part of the newly formed Huron League, which is composed of teams from University High, Chelsea, Saline, Clin- ton, Milan, Dundee, Roosevelt,-and Lincoln Consolidated. Competition is carried on in basketball, baseball, and several other sports. 5 In basketball U. High won the first two games with comparative ease. However at Chelsea, the team seemed to have' lost its eye ,for the basket with the result that Chelsea won by a score 15 to 11. ., In the next game Milan won at thrilling game from Chelsea causing a double tie for first place in the league. This gave U. High a glorious chance to create o triple tie for first place. In a fast and exciting game with Milan on Milan's floor, U. High defeated Milan by a score 21 to 14. This game took place in the last week of February. As the District Tournament was to be held the first week in March, there was no time to have games for play- offs.-In the Tournament U. High drew Milan and it was decided that the winner should meet Chelsea for the title. U. High again established her superiority by de- feating Milan 22 to 11. As U. High was eliminated in the second round as was Chelsea, the game was scheduled for the following week and was played on. U. High's floor. The game was interesting and quite close although U. High took the lead and was never headed, winningby a score 21 to 14. Thus, through a stiff battle, U. High acquired the Huron League trophy. Pre-season predictions are not always dependable, but everything seems to point toward a good season for University High School next year. RECORD ' U H. S. .... 20-Wayne ......... 26 U H. S. .... 25-Northville ...... 9 U H. S. .... 26-Saline .... .... 0 U H. S. .... 40-Clinton ... . . . .14 U H. S. .... ll-Chelsea ......... 15 U H. S. .... 26-Roosevelt ....... 13 U H. S. .... 18-Dearborn ....... 24 U H. S. .... 26 ................. 14 U H. S. .... 27-St. Thomas ..... 22 U H. S. .... 21-Milan ..... L .... 14 240 151 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT U H. S. .... 22-Milan .......... ll UH.S. .... 10-Wayne .....12 32 23 HURON LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME U. H. S. .... 21-Chelsea .....14 E53 iss n in ll in n in ami ui.. u un n u un 29 lfirxl Ivo-zu: Cliester llaugliertv, Garry llunting, Captain Robert llewett, XYagar Glas, joe Tliornton, .Slwoml lt'ir:v.' Carl XXX-eks tmanagerb. Melvin llartman, XVilliam Giefel, XYalter llrackel, Coach Avery. RESERVE BASKETBALL The reserve liasketliall team, under the leadership of liolm llewitt, liacl an ex- tremely successful season, winning' 8 games ancl collecting' .Z-ll points as eoinparecl to lOl of its opponents. Displaying an evenly lialaneerl attack, the reserves won every game in the lluron League by a goocl margin. The reserves maintained a splenclicl recorcl, losing only two games. one to llearlmorn, a class li school, anrl the other, a very close game. to the Y. Nl. C. .X. Preps. 'l'l1e regular lineup consisted of Hewitt and Glas as forwarcls, Hunting at center. and Tliornton ancl llauglierty as guards. Giefel and Quackenliusli, also, were fre- quently seen in the lineup. lt is signiticant to note that the reserves have lost lmut one sclreclnlecl game in more than two years. RECORD U. ll. S. .... lo-Chelsea ... .... l2 U. 11. S. .... 3-l-Lincoln Con. . .. 4 U. ll. S. .... lo-XYayne .. . .... 12 U. H. S. .... 23--Saline .... ...... 4 U. ll. S. .... lo-Nortlmville . .. l U. H. S. .... 2-l-Y, M. C. A. . . . .27 U. ll S. .... 52-Clinton . . . .. 1 U. H. S. .... 15-Ypsi Roosevelt. . . 6 17. ll. S. .... 20-Milan .... .... 1 2 - 1 U. H. S. .... 13-Dearborn . . .... 22 241 101 30 SWIMMING TEAM Ifilzvf RUN: Emerson Roszcl. Bob Ball, Captain james Cristy, Homer Hunt, Robert Howard. Srvomi Row: Mr. Darling Qfaculty managerl, Hrackley Shaw, Gordon Finch, Coach Parkcr, John Rubsam, Harry Bell, Dan Schurz Cinanagcrh. TRACK TEAM First Row: Garry Bunting, XVagar Glas, Captain Paul jedelc, XVallacc Graham. Richard Lorch, Evercttc Bursley. Svfoud Row: Kelly Goss, Rocleric Howell, Coach Parker, Coach East, Brackley Shaw, Russel Kimberly. Tlzird Row: Robert VVurstcr, Earl Qnackcnbush, XValtcr Brackel, Nesbitt Haas, Joe lfishcr, joe Thornton, Carl XVurstcr. 31 l'11'vl l1'w:1'.' ,'xIIIk'I"I NCVVIIIZIII, Robert IIuwa1'cl, Gurclmm I7i11CI1. .S'1'm111! lw " II1 '11 TENNIS TEAM 11111-1' Hunt, XYIIIIZIIII Gicfcl, Coach Ciucruscy, Mr. IJa1'li11f" Lfz1c11lty If IIHLQCI' J. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION BOARD I-'1'r'.1'l lfwzv: Yirg.:i11ia GYHIIHIII, I'1'csiclc11t II?ll'1'Ik'I IIIIIII. Mary Kirby, ,loan Rice, Yirg'111ia IJHYIKISUII. Sl'l'UIItl lx'1m': Sarah DIIIIIL' GllUlIZlIL'. Jxllllil Ilcllcr, 111110 AIHCNIIIIICC, Mary Lou Cllllllllillgrl. 52 CLASS B BASKETBALL TEAM First Raw: Donald Waterman, David Underdown, Carl Cowan. Scr- oud Row: Homer MacNamec, Ber- nard Shielcls, Robert Byrn. CLASS A BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Sanford Ladd. Rob- ert Howell, Harvey Muller. Srrnlrri Row: William Rotlnnan, Hollis Kapp. Ned Loos. CLASS A SPEED BALL TEAM lux! lx'1m'.' -lark Young, Clara' llurrl, Hob Howell. Mr. liast. ,lolm lforslncr. lloh Young. .Ymwnl lx'fm'.' ,lolm l'.l'lSll1A5Il'1', lhmcan Tlmomas. Hollis Kapp, Harlow lloclgc, NYilliam liotlmum, liR'llllL'lll Kluclig, Szmforrl Laclcl. CLASS B SPEED BALL TEAM l'1f'.rl lx'oz.'.' llcruzml Shiclcls. Robert Hucllcr, Robert Grafton, llarvcy Mullur, Donald xYJllCI'll12lIl. Carl C'owan. Artlmr Cabot. .Slronzzl Rozv: jctlcrsoxl liilltlll, Rolmcrt Iiyrll, Nr. lllICl'llSK'j', George lforsyllw. llouzilrl Stuclmlcr. 34 t 35 f STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: Nina l'ull4wl:. Yirginiri fil'!I:l1ZHll, Blililrwl lluwurs. Klury lfllcn llull. l'l'l'SltlL'lll llmc' ' ltlq Slum. ,lunu-s Vristy, .Ivan Riu-, Small jane Gmulnlc. Sur- Kern-l. Second Row: Mr. llurlinf, Glrulys Kin s l l is li Ivy, Vt-cilc Ritter. lirlnzn 'l'lmm:is. Sznxmi Fiucll. xYllllClllll1lll L'm'r, ,luscpliiiw Hull, liz-tty Vlllitney, llnpu llart xxig. lh-tty liuflgt-1'. Mrs. l'mw1's. Third Row: Rulvert ll:-wc-ll, lluviil l'mlernlmxu. Oscar Olsen. llollis Kzxpp .luck Yiiung. Ricliaml I,-mgli. liva-1'L-ttc llurslcy, l:l'L'1ll'l'lKfli l,L'll'5Il1ul't'. liflwzml Ailnms. Curl XVurstcr. Vincent fXImn'z', BROADCASTER First Row: Xlurgzui Tlmnms. Garry liunting. llurris Fish. Miss Ryclcr. llctty ,lane Tlawsmi, xlill'g1lI'0 Nlcflmlwr. Second Row: li:u'lv:u':n llefnli, lnrz Stmullmrirlgc. Rwvlu-rt llrmxn. Keith llillnmn, llurotliy Magill Third Row: lvrm Ilnrker, jane RlHCN2lll'IL'P, Regina Cnniniing, .lulm Rubszlm. Fourth Row: lllnry Frm Mary lmu Flliiiliiiiigs. llxum Sn-vlcy, lflizalln-tlx Allen. 36 f STUDENT GUIDES First Row: Jane Higbie, lvan Parker, Robert Howard, Miss Tisch, Sarah Jane Cnmdale, Everett Burs- ley. Virginia Davidson. Dan Schurz, Roderic Howell. Second Row: Morgan rlll'lOl'll2lS. John l.aRue, t'lara Leone VValker. Jeanne Seeley. Elsa Garriott. Mary Carr, Arthur Cabot. Third Row: John Schmidt, Helen llyrn, Betty Hewitt. Ona Tliorntou. Betty H. W'l1itney. Caroline Faelmle, Dana Seeley. Fourth Row: Mary Putter, Kenneth Mnehlig, Sanford Ladd, Twin Kleene. Curtis Bradbury, Clinton Harris, Mary Johnston. REUNION FRANCAISE First Row-Board of Directors: tLeft to rightl Harriet Hunt, Josephine Hadley, Jean Rice, livers-tte Bursley Cseeretaryl. Ellis llall fpresidentJ, Janies Cristy, Fred Hunt, Mary Potter, Mary Michael, lletty llodger, Patricia Michael. Second Row: Dorothy Magill. Elizabeth Hewett, Ona Thornton Marian Hill. Jane Fletcher, Elsa Garriot, Lois Jotter, Betty Jane Dawson. Estelle Standish, Jeanne Seeley, Josephine Ball. Third Row: Jeanne Keppel, Nina Pollock, Mary Carr, Faith Crittendon, Virginia Graham, Sarah Gootlale, llerenice Brackel, Ann Bursley, Judy Trosper, Dana Seeley. Fourth Row: Sue Keppel, Magdelene Collins, Josephine Sauer, Margaret Ganzhorn, Margaret Celenius, Ruth Mary Schorling. Fifth Row: Herbert Locke, Robert Qnelller, John LaRue. Homer Rueger, Roderic Howell, Carl XVeeks, Brackley Shaw, Robert Howard, Arthur allot. 37 BOYS' GLEE CLUB l"11'.vI l1'11:1': 1':il1'l g,?l1Z1l'liL'l1l111Sl1, 13211111 Seeley, XXYZIITUII Khws, R41t1L'1'llx 1111well, f'l1ris1i:111 1l:1:1s, .'Xll1L'l'1 NOV1'111Zlll. 111111 112111. .S'1'1'11ml l1'f1':1': Riel1z1r1l 1.11rel1, Rieliarml .1X111lers1111, Miss Ul- 51111, lfverelte 11l11'SlL'j', Gary l31111ti11g. Nlurgaii 'l'l1c1111:1s. 'l'l111'r1 l1'n':1'.' fliester llzmglierty, 1110 'I'1111r1111111.1111111 lien, 111111 Hewett, 1,1111 Selmrx. lfnzzrlli l1'11-111: 111111 l'111w:1r1l, 11111111-r 1111111, xxvill' 11-r llrnekel. Xlelvin l1:1rt111z111, 1211411111111 xY1UllL'I', 173111 Jeclele. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB l'i1'l'A'f l1'11-rv: KZl1lll'1'11lL' Marie Hall, Barlmrzi Nelsmm, filarlys Schultz, Czlrlutta XVeitl1recl1t, 1l111'1'is jz111'e, lflma finrriutt, llorutliy XYilQel, lXl:11'i1111 RL-i11111lcl, Yi1'g'i11iz1 1ir:1l1:1111, Regina l'11111111i11g'. .S'1'lAlU11I l1'11'z1': ,111se11l1i11e Hadley, Mary Carr, june Currie, Nan 1X1ZiCN2l111CC, Miss Olsmi, Iiereiiice Braekel, Cecile Ritter, Inez S1Zl11C1l31'1Cl1lL', lfz1itl1 Crittemleii, Gladys Kl11H5lCj'. 'Hiirrl l1'n'zu.' june 1XlHCN2l111L'k', KZ11l1L'Yl11Q' A1111i11g, Cllilflllltk' XVl1it111:111, Estelle Sta111lisl1, Jean Rice, ,1Cf1I11lL' Seeley, l"z1it11 Alwuy, Mary Ihirsley, Mary Kirby, Mary 1,1111 C11111111i11gs. lfniirtlz l1'1m': l.11is 5111111-r, Margaret 1'111frey, fxllllil Heller, Sarah Jane Ciwmlale, Genevieve Amlersoii, lN1:11'y ,1:111e SXY1Il1lJ11, lClizal1et11 Allen, Alice Dickey. 38 I I ' L.: . w 7521? ORCHESTRA l'il.l'Sf Row: John Schmidt, Clinton Ford, Margaret Pulfrey, Katherine Marie Hall, Phyllis Brumm, Frederick Hunt. Svmnd Row: Gladys Schultz, Robert johnson, Stephen Stanton, Miss Olson, john Deo, jane LaRue, Emily Van Den Bosch. Third Row: Robert Byru, Chalmers Van Den Bosch, Robert VVurster, Joe Thornton, Paul Jedele, Lyon Strong, Louis Hopkins. MUSIC By EVBRBTTE BURSLEY An organization known as thc University High Trio was formed last fall. lt is composed of Margaret Pulfrey, Gladys Chultz, and Clinton Ford. lt participated in several of the Assembly programs, and gave the first half of the program at the Boys' Operetta. The Girls Glee Club, in addition to playing in the Assembly on several occa- sions, gave programs before the Zion Lutheran Church and the Exchange Club. Their climatic performance was a concert composed of solos and an operetta. The Boys' Glee Club had a similar program, playing before the Alumni As- sembly and giving an Operetta. The two glee clubs participated together in the Easter Cantata, "Life Eternal," by Holton. The orchestra enjoyed a successful year, playing in the Assembly and having a concert of its own, which included solos by various members. Two of their num- ber, Margaret Pulfrey and Clinton Ford, journeyed to Atlantic City to participate in the National High School Orchestra. Miss Olson has again had charge of the music department and the success of these varied programs was largely due to her untiring efforts and enthusiasm. 39 i V I I V, . A.. .VV . Y anna ,...i:i,i 1 DEBATING By EVBRETTB BURSLEY 'l'he University lligh School debating' team enjoyed a very successful season, winning three debates and losing one. The team was selected last fall from about twenty candidates and was composed of lvan I'zu'ker. Robert Howard, and liverette Iiursley. It was coached by Ormond Drake of the Varsity de- bating squad and had john Deo as alternate and Tom Kleene as time- keeper. The Hrst debate of the year was held on Novem- ber 15, with Howell and was the only one the Uni- yersity High Team lost. On December 6, the team traveled to Northville, and won a Z-1 decision. On january 10, Tecum- seh was beaten and on january 29, the season was closed with a victory over Milford. Due to its loss in the first debate. the University High team was unable to secure , enough points to enter the eliminations. In its first two debates SENIOR DICRATING lean Parker, Robert Howard, livcrette Ilursley, Coach Drake the University High team upheld the i1l:l:Il'lll3tlYl' side of the question and in its last two the negative. The question was: "Resolved, that a judge or board of judges be substituted for the jury in all trials in the State and Municipal Courts ol Michigan." JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL DEBATING 'lihe Junior High School De- bating team of l929-30 had a most encouraging.: year as a whole. lt won its one debate from the Mack junior High School team. The squad was composed ot' George Forsythe. Charlotte Rue- ger, and Robert llrown. It was coached by Miss Mary Louise JUNIQR DIQHATING Brown, a member of the womeu's team in the University. liach speaker was permitted to have Eve minutes for argument and two for rebuttal. The question debated was: "Resolved, that installment buying is detrimental to the general public." The Lfniversityhligh team had the negative side of the question. George Forsythe, Charlotte Rueger, Robert Brown , ,X ., V X .. i - .3 40 El l ll ll ll lEll-I NUNC D1MITTISl-IEIIV ll If ll ll iD THE PLAYS By Domus FISH THE SHOWOFF The Show-Of, a George Kelly comedy, was the play presented by the Class of 1930 in their junior year. The play is centered-indeed, self-centered--about the very egotistical young Aubrey Piper who places himself in the hard-suffering family of Fisher as the idol of Amy and the bane of her parents, brother, and sis- ter-until the end. His colossal conceit and fancy airs grind on "Ma's" nerves, his back-slapping drive "Pa" to profanity, his his terrible bluffing more than annoys Clara, but the whole combination of his absurl character results in a million dollars for Joe, the inventor. "I told them I was your guardian," says Aubrey, walking up and down the stage in a characteristic strut, his thumbs in his suspenders, telling about his interview with the men who were evidently "gyping" the inexperienced and bashful Joe and how he had bluffed them into raising the amount of money. "Isn't he wonderful ?" Amy asks, adoring the Object, as the curtain falls with Clara confused by the peculiar turn of events, Joe half-awkwardly admitting that Aubrey is uncanny if not wonderful, Aubrey himself importantly reviewing the stock mar- ket page with the look on his face which again makes poor Ma tap her foot in time with her rocker as she knits rapidly, a modified martyr, The clever dialogue, the amusing situations touched a little by the pathos of Pa's death, made this Broadway success a vehicle of fun for the cast consisting of : Clara, Inez Standbridgeg Mrs. Fisher, Dorris Fish, Amy, Virginia Davidson, Frank Hyland, Homer Hunt, Mr. Fisher, Ivan Parker, joe, Walter Brackelg Aubrey Piper, Bob Howard, Mr. Gill, Christian Haas, and Mr. Rogers, Homer Rueger. Mrs. Marion M. Eich directed the play, and between the acts the Uni- versity High School orchestra furnished music. ALICEfSITfBYfTHEfFlRE The third Senior play to be given at University High School was Alice-Sit-Ily the-Fire, written by Sir James Barrie. It was played on Friday and Saturday nights, December 13 and 14, and was well-received by the audience both nights. A trio composed of Gladys Shultz, Margaret Pulfrey, and Clinton Ford played between acts. Alice-Sit-by-the-Fire brings to view the life of a very gay and frivolous young woman who has married a British army officer many years her senior. Having never before settled down, she at last finds herself back from the army post Cwhere the most of her life has been spentj to manage her three-quarter-grown-up girl, her half-grown-up boy, and her baby not quite two years old. They, in turn, have not had her with them for so long that they have grown accustomed to independ- ently taking care of themselves and do not understand how to receive her, thus causing her many tears because of their lack of affection for her-she does so stupidly blunder-and their extreme love for their father. But her gay coquettish- ness continues in her attitude toward Steve, an old family friend, and Amy, the daughter, and Ginevra, Amy's bosom friend, discover Alice in a somewhat com- promising situation-to them. Both of the girls have attended too many melodramas in which the heroine trusts herself to "the other man," and the fourth party, an- other woman, must needs sacrifice herself to save the heroine. The "odd, odd tri- angle'7 has much fascinated the girls, and Amy, sensing that her mother, father, and Steve form the triangle, nobly lends herself-prompted Ginevra, who re- minds her that by fascination, threats, or any means, she mus get back "the let- Ell ll ll Il Il ll IDI II ll ll ll ll IE! 41 'F' Y-VIN' l I llx l l ' "lf ters," for "there are always letters"-to be the fourth necessary part. In fact, she goes to the apartment of the unknowing and harmless Steve whom she has never met before, hides herself when her mother and father come, then discloses herself thinking that she is shielding her mother, proudly acclaiming that Steve is her "af- lianced husband." Alice, who soo11 discovers that the responsibility lies in Amy's abundant knowledge of current plays and her consequent ridiculous conception of life, calms the irate father. who with her, plays the rest of the part still without allowing Amy or Steve to know that it is all a farce. Steve i11 turn is much com- plimented until the amusing end in which both Amy and her brother Como turn momentarily from their father to defend the mother who has found a place in their hearts-a mother who realizes that it is time for her to kiss moonlight and taxi cabs goodbye while her daughter twe do hope that she quits the playsj takes the foreground, Clt is unfortunate that the audience could not have the benefit of the liarriesque directions which delighted the cast.j The cast included: Amy, Berenice lirackelg Cosmo, Kendall VVood: Alice, Mary Ellen Hall, Colonel Gray, Bob Ball: Ginevra, Virginia Davidson: Steve, -lohn Rubsam: Nurse, Dorris Fish: Richard- son, Dorothy Orr, and Fanny, Barbara Nelson. Mrs. Marion K. Huber directed the performance. THESPIANS Thespians, the school dramatic club, was organized by the Senior play cast and has functioned during the last semester. The object is to promote interest and ability in dramatics, and a play, Playyocrs, written by Sir Arthur XN'ing Piners, was pre- sented at a school assembly. Ifir-.rf Raw: Berenice Brackel, John Rubsam, directory Dorris Fish, business managerg Bob Ball, scenarist. .S'm'm1-d Row: Mrs. Huber, faculty advisor, Dorothy Orr, Barbara Nelson, Vir- ginia Davidson. Third Row: Mary Lou Cummings, Mary Ellen Hall. 42 l, .J .,, A,,,,,.-,.., ., A . , .. ,...,, , , ... t... ,.14,...-..,,.,...,. ., -,....-.- WHY THE CHIMES RANG Carrying out the note of beauty and holiness characteristic of University High School Christmas assemblies Why thc Chimes Ka-ng, from the pen of Elizabeth McFadden, was presented by an all-school cast, under the direction of Mrs. E. G. Johnston. Carol singing and soft lights from lanterns set the mood of the hour as the classes marched from their homerooms to the auditorium. An unusual element in this year's program was that University High school pupils were doubly active in preparations for the Christmas assembly. Not only did they prepare for the singing of carols but forty percent of them had a distinct hand in the preparation for the play. All of the faculty helped in overseeing the production. Pupils from the junior high school fine arts classes aided in designing the costumes also, but frequent aid was contributed from the industrial arts depart- ment. The difficult lighting effects were arranged and controlled by members of the physics class, and much of the glory depended upon these effects. No small amount of beauty was due to the music department which supplied the organ music and the choir which first sounded from the distance and as the vision of the cathe- dral became more and more distinct, gradually intensified. The theme of the play, Why the Cllilllili' Rang, is self-denial, and that quality is uppermost in the character of Holger, the woodcutter's son who stays home from the church services which he has looked forward to for so long, to com- fort and tend an old weak woman who wanders to his hearth. The spiritual ele- ment enters in the belief of the community that when the perfect gift is offered to the Christ child unseen, celestial chimes will ring out. It is this miracle which the child desires to witness. Through the magic of the old woman he is transported into the cathedral scene where he watches various worshippers offering, what to them, seems the perfect gift, None is accepted, and Holger overcomes his shyness and sense of inequality and offers all he possesses-three pennies. The sincerity of his gift is appreciated only by the unseen until the Chimes ring out. 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