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

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I .. f ,II V II .MI II fn, ,,,,,9,VQ,, . ,.,.V,, . ..I.,,,,-I,,,,.IE3sII.I2IQ ..I,.,,,,.,.,,.,,i4,.-ijV,, ,V. V,z:I,: V.-,VA -I . ,.. 5 '5"'3'L"' 'V'-4'-"' -'Mai-1-gjifi . b?,g,j-5' L""H4':t"3'32r1.'-"-""'.V,I ...3.:LIII"v31q:z3c,.a.V:3.:IIi. Ish- 23:-gm 1 "fQ..:'r"'f rw. 'I .-1" . so MSI' v- - 2' ' Q .V - -I. ,.:x'1'at: .l,'1Lx:"'I ,u I V :Q f V1- ' , V --V' i-.V..'-- "' ',- 2' ?f.'1-- if -if-if-". -.-- . V f- . r?-E'i'g',:"Fi- vV2Xf'2-1eVfV'SX.'f2'.-:MI -.J.wifiQ..-.ZfQf.':-.EF-.':'f.+3'?'??fffflwf'-?E1.L5.T1fI.LiQ:.i14k2'irf-cw " fxj fy,!4' NUN C DIMITTIS UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL. ak ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 1 9 3 5 NUNC DIMITTIS STAFF Editor-irz-rlaief . . . RUTH MARY SCHORLING Akfixtant Editor-in-thief . . JAMES EDWARD DUNLAP Literary Editor Sporty Editor Art Editor Photo graplay Activitie: . Faculty Sponfor . . Faculty Buxinef J Manager PHYLLIS BENNETT RUSSELL DoBsoN CHRISTINE GESELL PATRICIA MICHAEL FREDERICK GUTHE MISS MCKINNEY MR. DARLING DEDICATION The senior class gratefully dedicates this volume to Miss Ryder and Miss Mc- Kinney, the two homeroom teachers who patiently and wisely guided us through our six happy years here. NUNC DIMITTIS UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Left to right, I-'inf Ron: Miss HOYLE, Iii1lr11'j.' Mn. D.x111.1NG, Scfwzrez Miss Ol.sEN. Alum: MR. XV.-KLCOTT. liugfisbx Miss HARRIMAN. Frem'!v.' Mu. EMT. I'lv-1m'.1I Elfl1t'.lf.?UlI.' Mas. Powlins, Eflgfixb mm' Frwlrb. Sewud linux Du. JOHNSTQN, P1'fIlL'flDalf.' Miss HILL. Al.1fbew.1ffw .- Mlss CHIPMAN. .X1.11bfw.11Em,' DR. STEPHENSON. lIi11m'y.' Miss CUDLIP. El7gff.4'fJ.' Mxss Hfwwmz. I.jfl7'.I1'.'l .' Mn. BYRN. Shop: M1ss MCKINNEY, Englimb. Third Razr: Dk, SCHORLING. Mgzzlaefmzfivu Mks. SIIFRMAN. SL'f6llL't1.' Mn. Tm"rTEN. Tqpizzgp Mlss LINDELL. IH.lff16l1IJljf,l 5 MR. BURNETT. Aimffg Mus. CHAPIN, Aff: Mu. BOOTHE. Ezzglnlu' Miss SAURBORN. Pl?-Tfhlll Edmufimz. Fmn'fZ7 llauw Miss SEBALD, Gtffllldllf MR. DUNH.-XM, L.1fi11: Mlss Hfwns. Ffwzrlvx Mu. ANn11nws, 1Ii,1fwQy.' MR. Kmmuan. Hixmry Miss RYDER. Ezzglifb. Page Fam SENHQDLRS NUNC DIMITTIS Louis Allen Hopkins, Jr. Russell Dobson Elizabeth Badger Robert Homer Grafton CLASS OFFICERS LOUIS ALLEN HOPKINS, JR. ELIZABETH HELEN BADOER "With gmreful rzepr he .Wider the rzreel, Smiler al all the muidenr Jweelf' Class President 43 Homeroom President 1, 3: Washington Pageant 13 "No Retreat" 52 French Club 1, 23 Radio Club 23 Band 1, 2g Orchestra 1, 23 Glee Club 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Tennis 3, 4. "l'll luke my horse, Gmlmlzlf' key 1, 2, 33 Basketball 33 Baseball 1, 2. ROBERT HOMER GRAFTON "Nitty he life lo be ar old or bil' joker." RUSSELL DOBSON "After man came woman-afzd .rloeiv been afler lyim erer ,rim'e." jones jr. High 1.1 NUNC DlMlT1'IS Sports Edi- torg Class Vice-President 2, 3, 43 Student Guides 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 33 Golf 2, 33 Boys' Athletic Council, Presi- dent Ai. Club 1, 2, 33 Band 13 Orchestra 13 Vfashin ton Pageant 13 "No Retreat" 33 Swimming 3, -i3 Tennis 2. 3, 4. CLASS MOTTO "Forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit."1Vergil CLASS COLORS Black and Silver Page Six NUNC DIMITYIS, Class Secretary 43 Student Council 13 Latin Club 2, 33 junior Play3 Sen- ior Play3 Thespians 3, 43 "Trysting Place" 2' Orchestra 43 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Secretary 43 Hoc- Class Treasurer 3, 43 Student Council 1, Treas urere 43 Homeroom Treasurer 43 Chairman Building and Grounds Committee 31 French fl 2 NUNC DIMITTIS DWIGHT SAoIzR ADAMS "ll"l17' did Ilre Lord give -1011 ngilily. ll :Inf In umde reiprnixibilif-19" Hll0ADCAS'I'Eli 3, -lg Chairman of Eligibility Committee All Latin Club 1, 2, 5, A13 French Club 2, 33 Thespians 3, 4l3 -junior Playg Senior Playg Glee Club 3, -lg Stu' dent Council 13 Student Guides 2, 3, -l3 Basketball ,391 Golf 53 Tennis -l. HIENRX' HITCH ADAMS "Bu jhllfellf. Om' I'lt1,II'1glvl many ifmu' In Iuzue fiflh url, zrbtzr Ibis' irild dmmtz lllefrlllhv Thespians 2, 5, PI'esident '13 junior Playg Senior Playg Christmas Play 3, -lg Stage Crew 2, 53 Homerooin President 23 BROADCASTFR 5, -'lg Latin Club I, 2, 5, 'lg Orchestra I. 2, '13 Band 2, 53 Track 3, Al. EARI. DAVIID BARNARD "'I'lwy LIIIKQIIUJ 11111 .Io mzrrfn ,Il Ibe fmii' In nl bil fiffffnl' .lux zrer. " "No Retreat" 53 Latin Club 23 Glee Club 3, -l3 A Capella Choir -13 Basketball 3. PHYLI.Is BIQNNIZTT "A munlb to LCIITI-3' III' ber hair-" NUNC DIMITTIS. Literary Editor, PRGASIIS. editor -I3 French Club 1, President 33 Student Council lg Homeroom President 3, -13 Latin Club 1, 5, 43 Locker Committee Chairman 43 PEGASIIS. Editor-in-Chief -lg Lycee Victor Duruy 2. BIQN E. BoIiHM "And god-like Glrlflflllkdk. rrmi! bcftllllffllf, of men , Hettinger High School, N.D. 1. 23 Senior Playg "No Retreat" 5, Basketball 53 Tennis -1. NlELLlli BOYCHIICK "fl l'f7L'l'l'VY lip. rl ,MMIII-1' L'-1 e. tl put filly ffferziirzg lull-SIIG." Glee Club 2, 5, -1. RICHARD K. BROWN "Ile would 1101. ullb Ll flereulpffn'-y tulle filler! Ibe nine IIPUIZ bil' fare bfi rum." Student Council 53 Radio Club 2g Senior Play. JIILLIARD V. CARR " iiqfvifzq rfut INldlIH'L' formed but une Iliff? 111111 and lzmlfe Ibn die Swimming 2, 5, Captain -ig Tennis 3, Rig Student Council 3, 43 Band 1. Page Set 'en NUNC DIMITTIS Page Eight MAGDALIENIE E, COLLINS "She zmy flight, 111111 delicate 111' 11 d1'y-point e!1'bi11,g." junior Playg Senior Play3 French Club 1, 2. 4. Board of Directors 53 Student Guides 1, 2, 53 43 Thespians 43 All-Star Basketball 5, 43 All-Star Hoc- key 3, 43 Play-Day 2, 3, -I. I HELEN DEWOLE "A child of light, 11 r11zl'1enl 101111. And ganzerozzze ar fbe zfzrzming air." Student Guides 5, 43 Glee Club 2, 5, 43 A Capella Choir -l. JAM ES EDWARD DUNLAP "ll"b11 never donbfed, never half lzelierealf' NUNC DIMITTIS. Assistant Editor-in-Chiefq Student Council, Vice-President -13 Class President 2, 33 Homeroom President 1, Secretary 3, Vice-President 43 Library Committee Chairman 43 Latin Club 1, 2, 3. 43 junior Play3 'Trysting Place" 23 Band 2, 53 Orches- tra 1, 2, 33 "No Retreat" 5. CHRISTINE GIESELL "Oh, 117111 deligbffnl engizze of ber fbIlIl4Qf7f.1'.lu NUNC DIMITTIS, Art Editor3 Punctuality Committee Chairman 43 Homeroom Vice-President 53 BROAD- CASTER 33 French Club 1, 2, 33 Thespians 53 Secre- tary 4. JEANNIETTE EMMA GIBD il--'--A.1'f?7'j.l',P.l of ILlllgl9f4."7' 'romzd her 6'lL'.l'.H NUNC DIMITT1s.' School Song Committee Chairman 43 Student Guides 1, 23 53 43 Student Council 43 Wasliiimgttmn Pageant 13 "No Retreat" 53 junior Playg Senior Play, EDMUND GREEN "Blurb and ,Imile I0 ,l'll'66'f.H Purple Captain, Out-door Meet 5, ln-door Meet All Basketball 2, 5, 43 Chairman Usher Committee 4. KARL FREDERICK GUTHI3 "Se1'e11ely full. Ibe epimre zwuld my. 'Fine 411111101 12411111 me. I hare dined Iadtzy' " NUNC DIMITTIS1 Student Council 1, 43 Student Guides 13 23 53 Latin Club President 53 Senior Play3 "Trysting Place" 2g "No Retreat" 53 Band Z, 5, -lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 2, 33 -lg A Capella Choir 43 Swimming 3. tl, Track 33 4, JEANNETTE HAGANS "A 411111111 lemper gildr Jbe edge of lifefi l11.lL'bL',Yf 1.'I'f111J." Homeroom Secretary 23 Latin Club 1, 23 French Club 2, 5g Library Club l. Z, 53 Orchestra 1, Z, 53 Glee Club 5. el. NUNC DIMITTIS ERLING J. I-IANstaN "Hu dueinfl lille lo .lllld-1' .' if lreubwzi bfi e-iw." BARBARA HEATH "Spri11g ii zbe miirbief in me." Student Guides 1, Vice-President 5, President tlg Class Treasurer 23 Homeroom President 11 BROAD- cgAs1't2R 1, 2. 3, Latin Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 5, President -lg Assembly Committee Chairman Al, junior Play. jostapn Htswiirr "You ligilb bizlb a law and bungry lrmbf' Student Council 2, junior Play, Senior Play, Cheer- leader lg Basketball 2, 3, -lg Track 4 GEORGE HOAR 'Tbere ii 4 pleuuzre in poetic' paint, ll"birb only poem' know." NIINCI DIMITTIS! BROADCASTRR Rig Glee Club 33 Or- chestra 3, Basketball 3, 'lg Track 2, 3, fl. LYRA KAHN "SMU climbing izfler i11ou'Iea'ge infinite." Student Council lg Punctuality Committee Chairman Sg BRoAncAsTnR Eg French Club 1, 2, Fig Latin Club l. Z, 5, Alg Wasliingtirn Pageant l. BARBARA KANOLJSE "Trim in rbe zluudle I0 Ibe pole." Student Council 5, Secretary -lg G.A.A. Board 2, Sec- retary 5, President -lg Hockey l, Z, 3, -ig Basketball l, J, 5, ,lg Baseball l. 2, 5, -13 Badminton Club Aly All-Star Hockey 3, 415 All-Star Basketball 5, ii, Play4 Day Z, 5, -lg Badminton Team 1, ADRIAN JAN PIETIERS LA Ring "0b. Muiir, .ipbew detrunded maid, Friend of P!t?LI.llH'E". llvifdlllllbl' aid." French Club 1, 2, Secretary 3g "No Retreat" 5, Glee Club 2, 5, Al, Band 2, 3, -lg Orchestra 1, 2, 3, -l. GWENYTH LEMON "Tbe P06177 of earlb ii never dead. Iowa City High School 1, 2, 33 Baseball -13 Latin Club -1. fr Page Nine NUNC DIMITTIS Page Teri ROBERT FRANKLIN MAY "liz ihy fare I ,fee lhe map of honor. fflllb, mid Ioyzliyf' Tappan jr. High School 1, Student Council 21 Wel- fare Committee Chairman 51 Athletic Administration Committee Chairman 4g Radio Club 23 French Club 2g Senior Playg "No Retreat" 31 Glee Club 43 Swim- ming 2, 3, -1. PATRICIA MICHAEL llllvfclfillg all zhe weight of lwrnirig Lighlly. like iz flower." NUNC D11vIITTlS.' BROADCASTER 1, 2, 3, Editorrin- Chief 43 Student Guides 1, 2, 4, President 3g French Club 1, 2g Latin Club, President 1, Vice-President 21 Thespians 2, 5, 45 Assembly Committee Chairman SQ Editor Student Hand Book 45 PEGASUS 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 A Capella Choir 4g Homeroom Presi- dent 1, 23 Class Secretary 31 Baseball 1, 2, -15 Hockey 1, 2, 3g Basketball 1, 2, 4g "The Trysting Place" 2. CLARK MINOCK "Bo0h.r ctznnol alzmyi' plefire, houerer good: Mindf are not ever craving for their food." ROBERT D. MITCHELL "A liwz twzong lizdiei' if iz mart dreadful thing." Student Council President 4g Class Secretary 2g Home- room Secretary 2g Home-room Vice-President 3g Stu- dent Guides 2, 3g French Club 1, 2, 5, 4g Latin Club 3, -ig BROADCASTER 1, 2, 5, 4g Junior Playg Senior Playg Basketball 2, 3, 4g Track 3, Tennis 4. GREY K. NELSON "Ai hard to mich in el u':1ile1".i' eye." NUNC DIMITTIs,' Student Council 1, 2g F1'ench Club 2, 51 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 A Capella Choir -ig Basket- ball 2, 3, fig Tennis 2, 5, Captain 41 Gold Captain. out-door meet -1. DUANE O'BRIl5N "Of good di.i'c'0ur'.re. 4111 excelierzl m11.i'iri.1r1." Homeroom Secretary 2g Cheerleader 23 Latin Club 21 Stage Crew 21 Band -1, Orchestra 4. JAY MILTON OSEORNE "Six font iz 111401, fo .muy nothing of hiv' feet." Stage Crew lg Golf 2, 33 Basketball 3. -i, PHYLLIS E. PECK "Her maderl loohr ti collage mighl adorn, Szreei tn' zhe priirzrrire peepi' herzenlh Ihe flmruf' Student Guides 2, 3, -1: Glee Club 2, 3. 4. NUNC DIMITTIS THIQODORIQ K. PHIaI.I1s "I-liz from If 111.111, ffrxiu-felrllrziied In ffw l'f7f11. Iii-u.idrln1l1 zrithunt, ziuirm lnuzrl 1l'.lfbflI." NIINc3 DIMITTISQ Stuyvestant High School, New York City l. 2. 3. BItoAIvc3As'I'I1R -lg Senior Play. JIEANNIZ RoHINsoN "Du All!!! 1111! hiatt' I .mf .1 1m111I111.9 llnfvefl I ll7flll'. I mln! ,ipe.1i." Higlilantl Park, Mich 1. 2g French Club 5. ,lg Stu- tlent Council -l: Senior Playg Glee Club S3 A Capella Choir Al. MADISON ROUNTRIEIZ "Street it eiwry Innud. SI1'L'L'l1'l' lfvy faire." Texas I. 2, 33 Homeroom Secretary Al. MY'RON CHARLES SARNISS H.'iI'0lHld l1i.I vvyui ll'L'J'L' llve dry bedi nf old Imifeif' Stutlent Council Alg "No Retreat" 3g Golf 3, il. VIRKBINIA Sc3IIoIzNIeIALs "Tile limit p1'eriu1z.i llvingi' .ITU drlm' up in lbe .In1.1flc.il p.u'bu,qe.i'," Stutlent Council 1, 21 Library Club 2, 3. -lg Latin Club 2, 3: Orchestra. Z, 5: Baseball 1, 2, 3. 'lg Basketball 1. Z. 5. -'Ig Hockey 1. 2, 3. Il. RUTH MARY Sci-IORLING "Tln'1'e ii ll',l.ll1llI11 in FRANKr1e.i,I," NUNC DIMITTIS, Editor-in-Cliiefg BRoAIucAsTIsIt 5. Aksistant litlitor -lg PEGASIIS 5: Latin 1. 2. 3, Presi- tlent -lg Student Guides 5. -lg French Club 11 The 'Trysting Place" 31 Vlfashington Pageant lg Senior Playg Christmas Play -11 Baseball 1. 2, 5. Alg Basket- ball -lg Hockey I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID SINIERWIN "A :wheel-btII'mu' full of .l1U'fU'i,l6',f." Tliespians 51 Hand 2. 5. 'tg Orchestra 1. 2. 3. Aig Tennis 5, -l. FRANKLIN B. SHIILL "The fund Laugh Ifauf be.ip0lPe Ike main! mimi." Homeroom President 2. 43 BROADCASTIIR 31 Basket- ball 2, 3, Captain -lg Track 2. SQ Tennis 41 Wzishing- ton Pageant lg "No Retreat" 3, Gold Indoor Captain 5. 1935 Page Eleven NUNC DIMITTIS Page Tzrelre NORMA ELAINE STEFFE "Thy modexty it tr carzdle to fb-1' merit. Glee Club 5. 4, A Capella Choir 4. VIRGINIA THEILK uf-,ro fair Sin' tolfei' the Izretzlb of men dll!!-1 Wflao gaze upon her unaware." Latin Club 2g BROADCASTER 43 Senior Playg "The Trysting Place" 23 Thespians 4. MARY WHEAT HlYf07IlE'7l are meant to be loved, not Zll7dE1'.ll00d.u Hathaway Brown, Cleveland 13 Senior Play: Student Council 23 Stage Crew 23 Social Committee Chairman 4, G.A.A. Board 3, Vice-President 45 Hockey 2, 31 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4g Badminton Club 4. WAYNE WILLIAMS "Honor liex in borzext toil." Hamburg, Michigan 1, 2g Band 3, 43 Orchestra -lg Basketball 33 Track 3, 4. ALICE WOLFF "Let the world flip: we ,rlmll IZZIFJ' be yotmgerf' Senior Play, Library Club 2, 3, 43 Student Guides 2, 3, 41 Glee Club 3, 4g A Capella Choir 43 Orchestra Z, 3. FLORENCE VAN AKKEREN "A long .Hulk of loIfeline.r,r." Student Guides 3, 43 Senior Playg Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 41 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 All-Star Hockey Team 3, 4. MARY EMILE YNTEMA "Sport that u'rinH6d LYITE de'fide,v." Bryn Mawr School 1, 2g Latin Club 3, 43 French Club 33 Glee Club 35 G.A.A. Board 3, 43 Hockey 3, 4: Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3. 41 Badminton 41 All- Star Hockey 3, 4, All Star-Basketball 3. 4: Play-Day 3, 4- NUNC DIMITTIS ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ANY PEOPLE besides those on the staff have been instrumental in publishing this year's NUNC DIMITTIS. The Staff wishes to express its gratitude to the fol- lowing: Mary Wheat, Betty Badger, Jeanette Gibb, and George Hoar for the quotationsg Pat Micheal for the Class Historyg Ted Phelps assistant in photographyg Grey Nelson, for the Class Willg Beth O'Roke for the junior Class Historyg and jan La Rue for the Music. The stalf also wishes to thank Mr. Darling and Miss McKinney for their hearty cooperation in preparing this book. MOCK ELECTIONS jlzlliard Carr HANDSOM EST BOY ........ ,,... . ,.,...,..,. ..,..,.,..,...,...,...,...,........ . . PRETTIEST GIRL .....,.. BEST BOY DANCER ....... BEST GIRL DANCER ........ MOST POPULAR BOY MOST POPULAR GIRL ..,..... BEST DRESSED BOY ..,...... BEST DRESSED GIRL ..,...,. BEST BOY ATI-ILETE ........ BEST GIRL ATIILETE Virginia Theilh Dwight Adam! Barbara Heath Bob Mitchell Barbara Heath Dwight Adams Magdalene Collim Ruxfell Dobson Mary Emile Ynlema Bob Mitchell PERSON WHO HAS DONE TI-IE MOST FOR U. H. S. .v..... ............... . PERSON MOST LIKELY TO BE FAMOUS ...,................. fan La Rue LAZIEST PERSON ........,,.........,..v.........I........ ..... R uth Srhorling CLASS ROMEO ................,,... ......v..,...,... G eorge Hoar BEST NATURED PERSON ,..,.... ..,,.. V Barham Kanowe ln lame: Dunlap BEST STUDENT ....,......,,... .,..... F rederirk Guzbe SENIOR CLASS SONG We have no mount above us, No ocean at our feet, Nor is there praise of ancient d Which here we can repeat. For us there is the present, The future Shall be ours. Let there be strife in every life, BY ays That we may show our powers. JAN LARUE We sing now our devotion, To a School that yet is young. In every youth is strength and truth, There is praise On every tongueg Let there be praise, through all our years AS fame comes to U.H.S. In all our deeds we sow the seeds Of the loyalty we possess. Page Thirteen NUNC DIMITTIS PROPHECY Behold, O Class of Nineteen-Thirty-Five, And listen to my portent, if you dare, For man may never his whole life survive. Life is fatal! Listen and beware! 4: at Fred Guthe, genius, still survives the curse Of too much brain, though doctors say 'twill burst. The movies have an expert making setsg Helen De Wolff is one of their best bets. Jeanne Robinson holds down a paying job, She rakes in gold as j.P.'s best stenog. Mr. East's successor as coach, Ed. Green, Can keep the scoring average where it's been. Virginia Thielk has "Miss America" fame. New worlds to conquer are her only aim. Russ Dobson has a career, golfing "prong At last he's found a passion not too slow. A principal is Mary Emile, they say, When everyone's expelled, at games she'll play. Miss Collins, femme du monde, is buyer for Fifth Avenue in a department store. jim Dunlap works in research night and day. He knows not what he seeks, yet gets good pay. The palette falls to Flo Van Akkeren's lot, And spilling paint around? She'd soon as not! A handbook "How to Dress" is writ by Dwight. It raves on matching ties and socks just right. And Lyra, prima donna cosmopolitan, Is the star featured at the Metropolitan. All George's talents wasted, time does show, Except for one,-he's now a gigolo! While Gwenyth writes the steamship's gay bro- chures, She gets around herself, conducting tours. Your reputation Bob Mitchell will twist, For he's the Daily Tublaidd' columnist. Bob May is like the presidentg he gets His codes and mixes alphabets. Henry always Hamlet now does play, "To be or not to be", three times a day. Badminton champion, Barbara Kanouse, Is able well to keep a country house. Grey Nelson is a tennis champion nowg He went to Wimbeldon and showed them how. jay's now a cameraman in Hollywood, He makes the faces look just as they should. Bet Badger's got a millionaire indeed, Not for his money-it's a milk-white steed. jan travels round the world, now, twice a year, May Festival, each spring, calls him back here. Now Barbara Heath's First Lady of the Land, She holds the vote of Senate in her hand. Now "Noisy" Carr has won the Olympic meet: When asked, he said, "It pays to be discreet." Norma Steffe leads a peaceful life, i She is the governor of Michigan's wife, And Jeanette Gibb is now a Broadway star Her acting made receipts high as they are. Page Fourleen Miss Wheat in movies makes all the men fall: She does it saying, "So tired of it all!" Miss Rountree's got a job that is eternal- She mixes up mint juleps for her colonel. While Dick Brown, radio engineer, On "highschool amateurs" can calmly sneer. Crowned heads and titled does Miss Schoenhals please, For diamonds she now mounts at Til'fany's. Who is that lawyer who talks without lull? Our soap-box politician, Franklin Shull. And Phyllis Peck amid her tubes and jars, Makes up the faces of the movie stars. An architectural success is Duane, Although his modern houses look inane. If present clothes make you look like a boor Drop in at Erling Hansen's clothing store. We asked for Nellie Boychuckg came the answer, "Have you not heard of the world-famous dancer"? Miss Micheal edits women's magazines While she's the acknowledged Greenwich Village queen. And Louis Hopkins, now railroad director, Can manage all the trains in quite a sector. Miss Hagan's husband manufactures cars She, social leader, manages bazaars. Miss Bennett dresses millionaires and yearns For prompt-paid bills to add to her returns. Dave Sherwin broadcasts on the radio, As Schnozzle Durante's double, him you know. Wayne Williams is the leader of a band, And plays in all smart places through the land. A second Edison is Ted By him, inventors all are led. Christine continues on her drawing flair, As hobby, she's now wife to Fred Astaire. Ruth after editing Nun: Diminix, Edits McCall'r and says what fun it is, A lawyer for the state is Benedict Boehm, His eloquence would Webster put to shame. Clark Minock runs a classy restaurant. It's known as the prize-tightens favorite haunt. A singing, dancing man is "Mike" to youg Sarnes is the man in gay mood or in blue. joe Hewett knows just how to syncopateg His orchestra each night has got a date. Earl is the ringmaster of a three-ring show They bring the town out everywhere they go. If you hire Alice Wolff in for your nurse You'll better be instead of growing worse . Bob Grafton leads his wife a song and dance. QShe has to hear him rave on high fmancej Now l've forecasted all these sad events Watch through the years and see them all come true. ta ff Farewell! Vale! The Voice of Experience Has spoken. I wish peace may be with you! NUNC DIMITTIS B CLASS I WILL I, Dwight Adams, do will my pull with the ladies to Ted Bragg. I Henry Adams, would will my dramatic abilities to Mr. Ford, but I couldn't spare 'em. i I, Benedict Boehm, do will my abilities as a great lover to Frank Whitney. I, Erling Hansen, do will my huge pedal appendages to John Swisher. I, Clark Minock, do will my extreme fondness for school to Frances Orr. I, Duane O'Brien, do will my hair tonic to David Sleator. I, Wayne Williams, do will my fleetness of foot to Tommy. I, Theodore Phelps, do will my dancing abilities to Al Lee. I Betty Badger, do will my ability to play "Country Gardens" to anyone who can stand it. 1 I, Nellie Boychuck, do will my good disposition to whoever needs one. l, Helen DeWolfe, do will my privilege of walking out of the English class early to Mr. Boothe. We, Frederick Guthe and Jeannette Hagans, do will our beautiful big brown eyes to Stan Moore. l, Christine Gesell, do will my striking resemblance to Katherine Hepburn to John Szegda. I, Jeannette Gibb, do will my Irish accent to Beth O'Roke. I, Barbara Heath, do will my Phil back to the junior girls, and please take good care of him. I Patricia Micheal, do bequeath my gray hair to Stan Swinton. I, Barbara Kanouse, do will my altruistic ability to love anyone and anything to Bill Dobson. I, Jeanne Robinson, do bestow Ted Guthe on the tenth-grade girls, Heaven help 'em! I, Ilhry Wheat, do will my sophistication to anyone more naive than I am. I Lyra Kahn, do will my literary ability to posterity. 1 I, Phyllis Peck, do will my feminine beauty fnot to mention my dimplesj to Fitch Tillotson. I, Virginia Schoenhals, do will my meekness to Barbara Swinton. I Franklin Shull, do will my laziness on the basketball floor to Phillip Newman. We, Robert Grafton and Juillard Carr, do will our beautiful legs to he Junior girls. I Gwenyth Lemon, do will my quiet aloofness to Elizabeth Watkins. y I, Russell Dobson, do will my ability to resist women's wiles to my brother, Jack. I, Joseph Hewett, do will my Adonis-like form to John McMurray. I, Grey Nelson, do will my great aquatic abilities to Paul Sample. I Ruth Mary Schorling, do will my kitty monogram to Ruth Mary Smith. I, Earl Barnard, do will my philosophic humor to anyone able to keep a straight face. I Robert Mitchell, do will my lightness of foot to David Killins. s I, David Sherwin, do will my Western-story library to Miss Hayner. I, Louis Hopkins, do will my girl to any of you rich lads, and God bless you. I, Mary Yntema, do will my Tarzan antics to Charlotte Clay. I, Magdalene Collins, do will my blond beauty to Ruth Gardner. I Richard Brown, do will my unrulfled calmness to the ninth-grade girls. a I, Jay Osborne, do will my great stature to Clark Schorling. I George Hoar, do will my place by the Junior girls' lockers to all up-and-coming Romeos. v I, Norma Steffe, do will "Earl Perkins" to anyone who wants him. I, Florence Van Akkeren, do will my skating ability to Katherine Lemon. I, Alice Wolff, do will my ability at basketball to Priscilla Ehlers. I Virginia Theilk, do will my discus-thrower to Ginny Drury. a I, Robert May, do will my ability to play the part of the villain to Billy Huntington. I, Myron Sarnes, do will my seat in typing class to Mr. Trytten. I, Edmund Green, do will my ruddy complexion to Ann Oakman. I, James Dunlap, do will my quick temper to John Brunner. I, Jan LaRue, do will my clarinet, piano, and composing pen to Miss Olson. I, Madison Rountree, do will my Southern accent fpardon itj to Frances Blumenthal. I Phyllis Bennett, do will my classical education to Bud Ruthven. Page Fifteen NUNC DIMITTIS CLASS HISTORY BY PAT MICHAEL E STARTED our career in University High school with something as original as a Hallo- we'en party where everyone knew everyone else. The Broadcaster gave us a big write-up when we published a French play written by Pat Micheal and Homer MacNamee. Florence Van Akkeren won a skating race at the Coliseum, along with a medal and the admiration of the seventh grade girls' homeroom. Then, too, as a result of the Stanford Mathematics tests, many seventh graders were mentioned as good mathematicians and better in reasoning than the average tenth grader in other schools. This "reasoning" carried us successfully through six strenuous years. In the spring, Dr. Schorling gave the seventh graders a picnic to celebrate the completion of the Ele- mentary school, the construction of which caused such stiff competition for the small voices of his budding mathematical genii. Our second year started with another social event, a picnic at Delhi. Much to the worry of Miss Ryder and Miss McKinney, the day was extremely cold. Mr. Byrn provided the hot-dogs, and Mr. McDonald, the ice-cream sandwiches. The large number of twenty-six were present. Two mem- bers of the class were in the Christmas play, and jan La Rue played the clarinet over the radio. Our second party of the year was given by the girls' homeroom to the girls in the seventh and sub- seventh grades, according to tradition. We ended the year with a picnic at Priscilla Abbot's cottage. Our homeroom teachers were greatly surprised when the entire group arrived home intact after this exploit. Forgetting our social duties for a while, we began ninth grade with something as serious as a dramatization of some scenes from The Merchant of Venice. As we were a progressive class, one of our members garnered the presidency of the Latin Club. Another party ended our afternoon affairs, for we were at the end of our junior High school careers. A dramatization of Twelfth Night found us well launched in Senior High, and, being wise fools, marry tried for the Student Council jobs. Three boys made the first basketball team. The Sophomore Sufingout, our first real "school party", we gave in the spring. The Latin class gave a play in assembly, and james Dunlap started the ill-fated Stamp Club. The girls drew up the now famous citizenship questionnaire. We had our first class meetings, with james Dunlap presiding. We presented Booth Tarkington's The Tryrting Place. One of our members ran away with Hair-ribbon Day's honors. We rounded up the year with a picnic at the Collins' cottage at Portage lake. We entered our junior year with a flash. The Broadcaster was edited by a junior, Vincent Moore. The junior play was The Far-of Hills by Lennox Robinson. We got an original idea and produced the Lohrter Pot, party, the success of which was due largely to the clever deep-sea setting, designed by Christine Gesell We now had all the positions on the basketball team. A junior, Pat Michael was chairman of the Assembly Committee, and president of the Student Guides. Many were in the Christmas play, and the pageant, No Retreat. The girls had vocational talks in homeroom. Lyra Kahn won the Gorgas Essay Contest in University High School. jan La Rue won a scholarship at Inter- locken. We were represented at the Honor Banquet by many prominent members of our class. Phyllis Bennett was elected president of the French Club while we were still juniors. James Dunlap was again our class president. The Graf Zeppelin passed by the school, while we were juniors. We finished the year with the prom, and the senior reception. During our senior year we gave another successful play, Srrzilin' Through. We gave the Senior high school Christmas party. Louis Hopkins was elected class president. The girls' homeroom drama- tized two fairy tales, Bluebird, and Beauty and the Beast. Hamlet was the class's last attempt at Shakespeare. Bob Mitchell, james Dunlap, Barbara Kanouse, and Robert Grafton were the big four in the council offices in our senior year. Patricia Micheal was editor of the school paper, Broadcaster. An interesting point must be mentioned about the class of '35. We were one class to have the same homeroom teachers hrough our six years, except when some of the boys spent two years with Mrs. Powers. The junior-Senior Prom and the commencement activities ended our eventful years at U. High. Page Sixteen Hfliwlf-U3 cumssmmm NUNC DIMITTIS THE IUNIORS Left to Right, First Row: Scott Osler, llubbard XYheeler, Bryant Ruthren, ,Xlfreil Lee, Phil Newman lilizahetli XYatkins, jean Langford, Bettylou Robinson, Gertrude XlcCalla. Second Row: Pefxgy XYise, Virginia l.uhr, Frances Blumenthal, Esther llnneywell, Amy Fee, Lnthera llaas, Charlotte Clay, Virginia Brigham, lileanm' llrier, jean XYills, Betty Dice, Victoria Stoianuwski Alice Schmidt. Third Row: john liubsun, Katherine Smith, june Bird, Mary Margaret Nlelnche, Beth O'Roke, lithel Smith, Ruth Gardner, Frances Orr, Margaret Knott, Elizabeth XYurster, George Dana. Fourth Row: Alfred Treadway, Frank Heike, Bob XYmmtls, Harold Smith, Grant Gardener, l'aul Klager, l.ailclie Buychuck, Russell XlcCalla Stanley Swinton, Jack VN'eller, llan XYheeler, Bonnell Siinpson. Fifth Row: Bill llniltington, Berry Ratliff, John Swisher, David liillins, Armand llewett, Philip Gnrdy, Robert Allen, Ilavial Sleatnr, George XYellman. 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 I UNIOR CLASS DIARY BY BETH O'RoKE We're here! We listen to the Seniors talking about big important things, but we just skip down the hall, full of pep, because the year when we'll be Seniors is a long way off, so why worry? We're so enthusiastic over basketball games! The team really couldn't win with- out our support. Wonder if any of our boys will make the first team. -Yesterday the boys broke the record-their sixth plate glass window ..... Today's assembly was really good, "Around the World" on the good ship "Saurborn". The girls had such fun giving dances in every country that they all felt sad as they walked down the gangplank singing Azzrhorzr Away. YWell, we're sophomores! Now we're eligible for school parties and are we elated! .... It seems as if everyones getting into everythingg Student Guides, Broadcaster, Glee Club, Thespians, Orchestra, Band, G.A.A., and every intra- mural sport ..... The girls are giving another program, "The Sophomore Revue." They boast that it's to be a regular Ziegfield production, modistilied, of course. -juniors! Now we must begin to achieve .... At the "Continental Cabaret" a large crowd turned out to dance to the tune of the modernistic staff stretched a round the "rec-room". What fun we have had dressing the cage ball in scin- tillating bits of mirror. . It was announced today that three boys made the first basketball team and six made the second. Five of the natators are juniors, too .... We enjoyed every practice of The Srhoolmirtrerr, by Pinero, and feel that it was a real triumph for the Junior class. It doesn't seem possible that next year we will be elevated to that exalted position which the Seniors now hold, Only yesterday we were carefree seventh graders. During our Senior year we hope that we can attain much dignity and wisdom, so that when we leave the school where we will have spent six happy years, we'll be off to conquer new fields, and, who knows? 1935-36-? Page Eigbfeen NUNC DIMITTIS THE SOPHOMORES Left to Right, First Row: I':ml Szuillxlc, -lulm Ilicv, Ray 'liickilmy .lulm Xlcwlilmam. lion lincl1cl', IP:u'i4l Yl'NillII'j.2lI, ,lurk Sllilflllllll, ,lim lluyx, XYiIIzu'ul Stzicliler. Second Row: ,lulm I51'umiv:r, Alfrm-nl Gulhc, lictly Aims IH-ck, liznrlmru Iiuwcn, Nlnrgsirct llzuyf-, Nluln-I Ri-Mig, .xllliltlll Xlinurk. Xlaxinc Slixuinun, lfitch 'l'illutwu, Ilivlx lhilil Third Row: Xlilmlreml l'rcst1vn, lilizzilu-Ili Lewix, Can-ul Iimveil, Betty Nelxun, Xlary lla-len Dewi., Mary Yuwcmnb, Peggy May, Allllk' SCllIl9illWilIKl, llzirriet Sll4lEC!'Zlfl, ,IL-alum' Nlzulily, l"r:uic6s iiflliiil, llill llllllrdbll. Fourth Row: liznrhzirzl NYl1v:it, Yirgiuizi Drury, .Xlliwn furtif, Xlzmwin Sllilfllllilll, Xlury lillen XYllv:elci'. K'n'nlvi1 Ui-llv.-1', Xlzirllm Sc-vit, Virginian lilns, ,Kim Yi-rlcler, Ihwntlmy Uutwutcr, Yirginizi Nlrilullzu, 'll-il llrangg. Fifth Row: I,:uwi'cm-v .Xllc-u. Huh lmng. l"r:mk XYllitney, llill XYQHNI, Nluln-lm 'I'lmnmx, Slsmll-y Nlmm-. ful Ynlim ul: l'liil llul in ull Nail Xll Xi ull l'1il lv ' -N N ,. -n . cn., :A 'J 'ham . THE FRESHMEN Left to Right, First Row: tllun Sclniczu'lm-, ilrxull Fciicvnl, Ilzlvnl Uxlrr. .lzllllcs XY..mlrlllT, ixftlllll' lluphmx, llizirlm Kllflllllxlxi. llirlx Allen. Second Row: Rwlnert XX'ylwlr:i, K':mllii1e llrzuul, I'riwill:1 lililelw, Sliirlvy I.:uy, Ycllrll l'ur1l4mi, llnxxlznlrn- l,n1'n'll, .X4lulL'i4lv linirlllll. llelty vlnllllxtml, Putty 'l'1'uN1mer, Mary ,lvzui lhall. Third Row: Xlilll-n lluilxe, Ilm'l1zu'ml Schmid, Ilmwvllly iiillllllgl'l'. Peggy XY1ullXer, Ilzn'lv:u':u llmulu, Xlllflllll l'm-irxul, Ill'll'll llutzel, gxllllil llisv.-ll, liertrmlv l,2ll'l1lClJ, Ruth Xlnry Smith, iil'Yl'1'ly .Xrlzunx Fo urth Row: linrl limulillill, john NlcNlurry, Huh l,uvcll, .xllllll XIYLQIIIIZI I,:1 Rua-, XIVQIIIIJI Hzilu-lt. Xlnnm- Slqplin-lux-'11 lizwuvl llmvllxills, .Xmelitzi 5-clmiimlt, IA-mia l'arIwr, Anne llsmwn. 4Fifth Row: Il:-iiglm iiilnlw, Iiill Q'u11vNl-wk, Imviel liznlirlx, Ifelgzu' lil'ill1I!l, Anm- U:1Lm:m. Iiill lgnigliml, Xgnc- Ilunt, Ahh-n Yzmilcn llnwli, Xl:n'i:L'ry liursley, Alwvlm Slvullll, Slim-1'w.mml liruwn, lilmrlv- Iimvling. Ihfimlil lin-lxxm, Ium Hall, l':ml lmliig Illrlr XX ynil. Iizgu Niuuh-nz NUNC DIMITTIS THE EIGHTH GRADE Left to Right, First Ro-w: Clark Scli-vrliiig, -luck 'I'illutmin, Alulin XY:nlcutt. ,I-'lin l,zm-N, l't-tci' lllnnwn- llizil, Ilmmlml lirltli-mi, Willis kilns, Second Row: Lucille I.ar:unet-, Hamline Tliit-lk, lit-tty Cliilml-, -lean Nlueliliiizm. l'1-nny Sliaw, Shirlvy Nl'lli7, llzu'i'iet llngamx, Lillian llama, jean CHl1llllJ8ll, liniily Rosy, llzizcl Xlullt-r, lfrxnicex Rznnamlrll. Third Row: Rufeninrv Almlricli, Sybil Ann liraliani, Caroline Fric-5, Betty Ilzmf, Ruseln:n'y Nlzinn. Katliryn l.rnimi, Patty l',c-win, Xlary llurtly, Xl:n'jrvrie Killlns, Betty Kynvwk, Nlziry Kziszniiii. Fourth Row: lmnise Ncutv, llecky Grzuftuli, Rrrlrtita 'l'r4iqmei', liavitl llmilnlew, Frcrlericlt Sl:-xitur, Gr-vx't'l 'l'rytlt'n, lican llntzel, Rmlgei' Xllisclrvgzll, Peggy Nc-lynn, Il:u'lJara Ynung. Fifth Row: Ibunalnl limlilimiami, llowwrtl 'lic-aslway, jim limb Sf0lPilCllNU'll, llaviil Kalin, Lewix 'l'lwniN--n. XYillet Odell, Ilill l'inlei'slmvn, Alfred Xlnlilipr, Rnnaltl Robbins, Ilaviml XYile. Sixth Row: Rlcllzinl Il4vn'el'lnal1, lt-lcv' Unisteznl, llill Xcwcfnlili, Niel Scyfriwl, Ris'li:u'1l llenvtt, .Xrtllnr lilfring, jerry Nlillei' lluli llzivett, llzlrry Stznitnni, THE SEVENTH GRADE Left to Right, First Row: lilizahetli Swixlit-1', ,lean llrnnin, Iiai'lvai'zi Svlmepfle, Ilgu'b:u':1 Smith. Xanvi tiril'fii1, Nlarg:u'et Xlt'L':n'tliy, ,lnlin lililers, Sain Sturg.fiQ, Twin tieigvr. 'l'uin Azlziins. Second Row: Xlzi1'1:ui'ut Szullcr, Virginia Ilr-mkx, lletty jinief, Ili-tty lll!lll't'lllll, lmcizx llmlgg-, Xlari-ui Rcnanml, lietty llanilin, .Xnna Liska, llzirliarri Swinton, Allison futile, Mary Iilinalictli lhnialslxmi, l'0g'g5 linrtell. Third Row: Paul llzirker, lleurge Sawyer, lleswl Yntenia, Xlurtin Yun Unxten, Glen Xlcfsullzx. 'l'c-mlmli llmlgcs, lfarl llryant, llill lixillnp. llurl Hassett, Xliulieal Szugtlzl. Puge Twenfy ACTHWUTHES NUNC DIMITTIS MUSIC BY JAN LA RU15 The music of University High is represented by Five major organizations: The Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs, and the A Capella Choir, Band, and Orchestra. The Glee Clubs have been very active this year, putting on several assembly programs, and the annual spring cantata. The A Capella Choir has made in its first year a remarkable record. It prepared and broadcast live monthly programs as part of Dr. Maddy's radio music classes. It also sang a group of Christmas Carols for the Ann Arbor Women's Club and the Daughters of the American Revolution. Under the baton of Mr. Burnett, the Band and Orchestra have had a fine year. Witli the help of several University School of Music Students, he has held these two groups to a high standard. This year a new rehersal plan was instituted whereby each group had an extra hour of rehersal each week. The band has played at the beginnings and ends of many assemblies, and the orchestra has collaborated with the Thespians and other groups to make several enjoyable programs. Both organizations contributed to the enjoyment of a special music assembly the first week in May. THE STUDENT COUNCIL Left to Right, First Row: Robert Lovell, Arthur llnplrins, Robert Graltim, l're-s. Robert Mitchell, llarbara Kimouse, james Dunlap. Second Row: Miss llayes, Barbara Sclioepfle, Margaret Harrell, Luthera llaas, Carol Bowen, Virginia Drury, John Ehlers, Teddy Hodges. Third Row: Elizabeth llaas, Rosemary Aldrich, Elizabeth XYnrster, Jeanette Gibb, Jeanne Rnliinsnn, Ruth Mary Smith, Mr. Darling. Fourth Row: Juilliard Carr, Myron Sarnes, Fred Guthe, Grover 'l'fytten, Frederick Sleatur, .Xvaril l"airhanks, xvlllikllll XYoml, Berry Ratlilnl, Alfred Lee. Page Tzvenly-tu'o NUNC DIMITTIS SWIMMING TEAM Left to Right, Top Row: lmvnl Ne'.vlmrp:,, l'nnl Sznnplc, Teal Gntlic, Laurenre Allen, Dick XY:iile. Middle Row: llun XYln-4-lor, llnlslaarcl xvlll'Ell'I', llolr Allen, l'hil Gnrmly, George llzxnn. Bottom Row: ll:-lr Slay, l':i1nziin juilliarsl Farr, Cuzicll Rnllertsnn, Ilulr lil'Hl'lUll, lfrell liutlle. G.A.A. BOARD Left to Right, Top Row: lilesnnn' llrirr, Yirginia llrighmn, Yirglnia Uhgwul, Klux Sallrlmrn, llvuky lmflmi, l.ncy llzlrnwl-ll Bottom Row: llettylnn Rulnllson, lieth O'Rwke, Presinlent llnrlmra Krnmnw, Mary XYhezit. Nlary lilllllt' ll1'lllKl. Puge T1r'er1ry-lhfw NUNC DIMITTIS BASKETBALL BY Russ DOBSON WEEPING through its opposition to win eight straight games, U. High took the Huron League Championship for the fourth time in six years, and although the 1954-35 edition of Coach Fred East's Purple and Gold basketball team dropped their first game in the district tournament to an inspired Northville team, the season was very successful. The starting line-up was composed entirely of seniors: Grey Nelson and Joe Hewett at the forwards, captain Frank Shull at center, and Ed Green and Bob Mitchell playing the guard positions. Of the reserves, George Hoar, Tony Osborne, and Louis Hopkins will also graduate this year. In the opening contest of the season on November 30, the Purple and Gold went down in defeat before a clever Alumni team, 21-14. Although defeated in its first encounter, U. High showed flashes of great basketball. However, prospects for a successful season were not brightened by a 12-11 defeat at the hands of Northville, a week later, In the first Huron League game, U. High faced a highly touted Ypsi Roosevelt team which we defeated, 26-11. Gaining necessary confidence from this victory, the Eastmen beat Tecum- seh next and then went on to trim every school in the Huron League, climaxing the season with a brilliant victory over Lincoln Consolidated. In winning from Lincoln, 35-28, the Purple and Gold played its best game of the year and displayed a brand of basketball which should have carried it far in the tournaments. Incidentally, Lincoln, perennially one of the best teams in the Huron League, has never beaten U. High. The "Good Neighbors' Trophy" will remain in the possession of U. High for at least another year by virtue of a 19-17 victory over St. Thomas. The game was typical of most of the hard-fought encounters between U. High and the Irish. U. High starting fast, began to coast during the second quarter and watched its lead gradually slip away until only one point separated the two teams with about four minutes to play. At this point, a basket by Mitchell and a foul shot by Nelson snapped U. High out of its lethargy and enabled the Purple and Gold to eke out a victory by the meager margin of two points. Whatever hopes we might have had for a State Championship basketball team, were dashed by a smooth-working Northville quintet in the first round of the district tourna- ment. It can truthfully be said that U. High had an off night. The zone defense was functioning rather loosely and the Purple and Gold sharp-shooters were not hitting the basket with their usual accuracy. After Hewett, who was playing an aggressive game, had been taken out on four personal fouls, the necessary fire seemed lacking and at the final whistle Northville was leading 20-16. An unusual feature of the play this year was the scoring done by the guards. Between them, Mitchell and Green scored 162 points, more than half the team total. One hundred of these points were collected by Mitchell. Under the able direction of Coach Don Brownley, the second team also experienced a successful year, winning seven games and losing four. It is expected that this group will furnish the first team with some promising material next year. Page Tu'enly-four NUNC DIMITTIS , u C ., BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, Top Row: K'fw:u'h Iizut, Hurry R:atll1'I', ,lay Uxlniriie, I'hil NLWXIIISUI. -Ilwlin Sxrixlu-r, 5l1Il'lIL'j XI mu-, Mnilzuui-1 iiI'lllIllt'I'. Bottom Row: lmuu Ili-plxin-. Grey Nvlwm, liiliiiiiiirl lirvcn, ivflllliilil Frzmk Shull, ville liuwett, Rnirvi'1 M llrhvil, 1u'u1'ur I llmr. BROADCASTER STAFF Left to Right, First Row: Virginia Thielk, Mary lillcu XYl1en-ler. Iimlitur Pzitricia Miuhucl, Ruth Mary lrlfiillg, Stanley Swiutun, filarlvx Kzerpinski. Second Row: .Mum Virginizi l.a Run-. Becky liraftun, lileannr juries, .Xlliwn furtis, Miss Ryiler. Third Row: Tm! Phclpx, Iicwrge iloar, lizmicl xYilC?it'1', Huh Mitch:-ll, Dwight Amlzuns. P.1gv Tll'L'lIl1-fill NUNC DIMITTIS CLUBS BY PAT MICHAEL NDER the leadership of their respective presidents, the French, Latin, Thespians, and Student Guide Clubs have rounded up another year with a fine record. The French Club under the leadership of Barbara Heath put on several very interesting pro- grams. Vice-President and Secretary of the club was Martha Scott. Henry Adams, the president, made the Thespians a thoroughly interesting proposition. With the inauguration of luncheon meetings, members were able to attend meetings regularly and to discuss and present skits informally. They also gave three assembly pro- grams: "Wurzel Flummery", a series of humorous skits, and scenes from famous plays. Christine Gesell was Secretary this year. The Latin Club also instituted a new plan for meetings. They chose eleven o'clock on the first Friday of every month, and only Latin students attended. Ruth Mary Schorling was the president, and the other oiiicers were: Ted Bragg, Vice-President, and Stan Moore, Secretary. Several plays were presented, and out-side speakers were brought in. Barbara Heath was also in charge of the Student Guides. Beth O'Roke was the Vice- President, and Frances Orr the Secretary. The much-discussed pins were finally purchased and presented to the guides, Gold for the people who had been guides for six semesters, and silver for the others. The guides also had a dinner in the cafeteria this year, and be- sides that have been doing the usual, but very necessary, work in the office. The G.A.A. has also had a very active year under Barbara Kanouse. Mary Wheat was the Vice-President. Intramural games were held under the auspices of the G.A.A. all year, and a picnic was held in the spring. A swimming club and a badminton club were instituted this year for the first time. SPRING SPORTS BY GREY NELSON PRING SPORTS this year netted a pretty good average, considering everything. An exceptional tennis season, a fair golf season, and a mediocre track record were gained. The golf team, captained by jack Dobson, had six victories and three defeats, and also won the Regional Golf Tournament. Besides jack, the team was composed of Bill Huntington, Myron Sarnes, Stan Moore, Frank Heike, and Bill Wood, In the State Tourn- ament, held at the University Course, the boys placed fourth. Mr. East's track team didn't fare as well as the other two teams. Captain George Hoar's team was composed of Berry Ratliif, Paul Sample, jay Osborne, joe Hewett, Dana Dob- son, Fitch Tillotsen, Ted Treadway, Fred Guthe, Jack Sharman, Phil Gordy, Ed Green, and Henry Adams. The tracksters beat Roosevelt, and had several losses, taking fifth place in the Huron League, and netting only five points in the Regional Meet. Coach Johnston's tennis team had a very good season with seven victories and only two defeats. The members of the squad were: Bob Grafton, Grey Nelson, Phil Newman, Frank Shull, Al Lee, Bud Dana, Louis Hopkins, "Noisy" Carr, Jack Weller, Dan Wheeler, Bob Mitchell, Dwight Adams, john Brunner, Arthur Hopkins, David Sherwin, Ben Boehm, and Ted Bragg. In the Huron League Tournament, the boys tied with Roosevelt for first place. In the Regional Tournament the team placed third in a field of seven, Carr and Hopkins of U. High winning the doubles title. In the State Tournament at Grand Rapids, Carr and Hopkins reached the finals, where they were defeated by a strong St. Clair team, However, they were runners-up for the state doubles championship. Page Twenty-rix NUNC DIMITTIS CALENDAR SEPTEMBER. 19 3 4 17-School startsg everybody happy. 13-Pres ident Mitchell holds first council meeting, an- nounces his policy, and appoints chairmen of committees. 21-First assembly, new members introduced to the school. 27-Henry Adams elected president of Thespiansg Christine Gesell will hold the secretary-treasurer office. OCTOBER 7-Louis Hopkins chosen to lead Seniors with the help of Russ Dobson, Betty Badger, and Bob Grafton. 15-Editor Pat Michael makes a line start in presenting the first issue of the BROADCASTER. 16-Reunione Francaise picks Barbara Heath as "La Presidente." 19- Family Night, "Lost World" presented on the screen. 26-Senior High enters upon its tirst struggle in the Recreation Roomg it was called "The Chinese Honeymoon Dance." NOVEMBER 2-Ruth Schorling chosen to lead Latin Club. 16-Fathers become boys again at the first annual "Fathers' and Sons' Banquet." 19- First report cards fless said the betterj. 26- Annual Community Fund drive held, we hit the S45 mark. 28-Miss Olson's singers pre- sent Thanksgiving Play. 29 - Whoopee! Thanksgiving vacation! 50-U. High opens its basketball schedule by bowing to Alumni. DECEMBER 5-Frank Shull announced Captain of Basket- ball Team. 7-Northville 12, U. High 11g they'll cause the death of us yet! I4 8: 15-- Seniors show the school how acting should be done, "Smilin' Thru" is a sellout! 20-Seniors throw a free party in the honor of the Alumni. 21-Latin and music departments present the annual Christmas program. Who said there was no Santa Claus? Vacation till next year! JANUARY. 193 5 4-U. High 52, Saline 20. Nice work, boys. 11-Swimming team starts its annual struggle against class "A" schools, captained by "Noisy" Carr. 25-PEGASUS staff announced, to be headed by Phyllis Bennett. 28-School begins its plow through first semester exams. 31- juniors make us forget our worries by throw- ing a swell party. FEBRUARY 1-First semester report cards. Well, now we can start with a clean slate. By taking Lin- coln 35-28, U. High wins the unshared honor of being at the top of the Huron League. More power to you, boys. 2-Mr. Freed, after pre- senting the successful Senior Play and Christ- mas Program, leaves for Battle Creek, is re- placed by Mr. Ford. 15-"Cubs of Wolverine" chosen as new school song. Good Neighbors' Trophy stays in U. High exhibit case as basket- sinkers take St. Thomas, 23-19. 19-Tankers take A.A. High amid great cheering, 40-35! 20 - BROADCASTER presents "Sponge Week." Boys live naively as the ladies pay all bills incurred during dates. 23-Sponge Party, lasses ask lads to performance and pay for the tickets. Not bad, eh boys? 28-North- ville kills U. High's basketball hopes in dis- trict tournament, 21-16. MARCH 9-Captain "Noisy" Carr wins state one-hun- dred yard free-style title. 19-Phil Gordy elec- ted to lead natators for next season. 20-No Relreat, written by our students and teachers under the direction of Miss Chipman, chosen as official tercentenary pageant by the N.E.A. It will be published by Samuel French, Inc. 22-Second Family Night, "Hunchback of Notre Dame" presented. APRIL 2-April Fool issue of BROADCASTER offers merriment. fFooled you, it came out on the f1rst.j 5-"Sophomore Struggle" presented by fguess whomj the 10th graders. Report cards, but also Spring Vacation till the 15th. 18-Grey Nelson's netters open tennis season with an easy victory over Roosevelt. 26-No school, School Masters' Club meets here. 27- Injustice of injustices! One hour of school held on Saturday for exhibition purposes. Miss Hoyle elected president of 1936 meeting of School Masters'. 29-Track team picks George Hoar as their leader this season. 30-jack Dob- son's golfers and the track team open their schedule with victories. MAY 20-Nominations held for next year's Student Council officers. 27-George Dana elected president of next year's council. Other mem- bers of the cabinet will be: Bill Huntington, Mary Meloche, and Ted Treadway. Congratu- lations! 30-Memorial Day, no school. 31- juniors present their play, "The School Mis- tress." JUNE 1-Second night, junior Play. 3-Seniors start their final exams. Betty Badger elected as Permanent Secretary for class of '35. 7- Graduating class enjoys picnic at Portage Lake as guests of Maggie Collins. 10-Underclass- men march to recreation room to write their exams. 13-f10:00J Seniors present Class Day, an operetta by Henry Adams, jan LaRue, and Barbara Heath. fNoonJ Class Luncheon held at Michigan League. f2:00J Final Assem- bly, Seniors officially leave the schoolg NUNC DIMITTIS, BROADCASTER, and PEGASUS distributed. f9:00J junior-Senior Prom. Out- siders allowed to come for hrst time. 14-Class of 1935 presents its gift ffurniture for the libraryj to the school. Graduation. Prof. Mc- Clusky is speaker, Dr. Lemon gives benedic- tion. Goodbye, everybody! Page Twenly-.reiferz aqutoqnap HA 'vw -.4 ""?"'c V?-a"" H 'm'..-ef:-.':.f'?'af:.a,- ----1 ---V 'x 3:6 alfa' fav Nw' !a'2"'C" W: -M M-Grfwl L - --3' '4'. Wi HHH? "' I ' iq "' H-l A." ': - r: A3 , -.-,, wx.. 2,2 . -f 'Y' .- - - 23' "V I . "L N . . . .-',, 9' Q - ' . ,5 . P' V . 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