University High School - U High Hawkeye Yearbook (Iowa City, IA)

 - Class of 1941

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Newburn directs the sc'hool's general policy and ac- tivitv and Principal Stout comes in handv to carrv on the clav alter clav program. Nllss lsellv hlls the llllllfblllllll position as secretary to lit. Nc-wburn. Since we have a lacultv ol' thirtv-live members in q,y-dw i proportion to a student body of two hundred and lortv-onc-, our instruction is more thorou fll and bet- . A ter supervised than that ol most scihools. However, do not think that because of the large number ol lacultv members, that we are l0cJ restriftecl. He have a verv pleasant form of student government, and so at the same time we are taught, we feel that the teachers are working with us. Our students are selected by passing entrance ex- aminations, and the number admitted is limited to two sections per grade with about twenty-five pupils in each section. This makes our school fairlv small. However, we do not consiclc-r this a handicap, on the contrary. we consicler it as an advantage. XVe are given a chance for personal contact with other stu- dents. and we do get to know our teachers. and be liriencls with them. rather than just being another one "run through the mill." ll'e have a predomi- nance ol' men teachers on the liacultv, who have been selected on thc- basis ol' their abilitv. Because this is at laboratorv school in which both teachers and pupils are trying to work out the best methods of study and instruction. we have some student teach- ers in each class. 'Ihey work in close cooperation with the lac ulty heads. we rrriglrt say as sort ol as- sistants. 'lhey are given charge ol the class lor a unit ol the course and they' bring to it yariety and interest. However. at all tirrres the sltltlelll teacher is superyised by the regular instructor. hom whom he learns rnuch about methocls ol teaching. 'l'he long sullering "stooges" learn much lilrcrtll young .-Xmerica in their work atrcl we appreciate the pa- tience and personal atterrtiorr that they giye our problerrrs. 'lille rrurrrerons tests that we take tnrder their instrttctiorr help tlrerrr to chart their work rrrore thoroughly' and also helps lls to see where we need inrproy'ernent. Ne have a yery clenrocratrc group. lor both Slll- clents lrom the country and stuclerrts lronr town at- tencl here. llrere is a wide yariety ol interest and euriosities, all ol which we try to siilisly. By the tirrre that we are tlrrottglr l'-High we slronld be expert at taking airy kirrcl ol a test that we rrriglrt trreet in the uniy'ersity', lor we are giyen experience in both objective. essay. and standarclilecl types ol examinations. Our instructors leel that we should be able to meet any type ol' lest with equal conli- clence. ln laet, we get so ttsecl to taking tests that we can alrrrost take tlrerrr in otrr sleep. l'he ollice knows what we do best, where we lit in here and there, and they could almost pack us oll to any college in the country and guarantee satislaction without our knowing where we were headed, XX'e clon't need to worry' abotlt ciualilications lor entrance in any institution ol learning higher than high school. lor the achninistration is carelul to see that we meet all the sllttltlztttls. Nothing recruited in any' nniyersity lor entrance is allowed to slip hy' us, atrd we are thanklnl lor this. ltr spite ol the lact that the personnel ol our laculty changes occasionally, as cloes that ol any school. we are always certain that the quality ol instruction does not change. Our teachers are in clemancl tor better positions. natu- rally. and while we are sorry to see tlrerrr leave, we are sure ol making interesting and lresh contacts with those who take their places. Our connection with the College ol liclrtcation keeps our curricttlurrr in close cooperation with trniyersity methocls, and it is eytrerrrely easy lor our graduates to make the change lrom high school to the urriy'ersity'. 'lhe junior high activities lollow about the satire pattern as those ol last three grades. XVe have our owrr chorus. honor society. ball teams. rrrttsical groups. atrcl parties. llrey do giye tts a taste ol the serrior high social program by letting Us corrre to three mixers cluring the year. only to have Us leaye at ten o'c'loc k. 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Nlusgrztxe Ii. Pnterzt L. Pattern R. Peffer I-I. Pollock P, Rummells R. Rzmshztw I. Sass li. Seelmun Ii. Shzihaui I.. Siegliug NI Stroud NI. Warren IE. Xleicluer L. Wenmztn I.. XN'ieueke A. lzthner B. lelthamel Francais. Inter Nos, :incl Book-zrklonth clubs re- eeired senior support, also. XVC seniors were well represented in bztncl. orches- tra, and clillerent I'-high choruses. He took llllll in the operettzt, "Little Maid ol lJomremy" :md leztcliug parts were bestowed on lls seniors in the zumuztl school play. "Captain .Xpplc-jack." XYe had at big part in the journalistic proeedtue ol putting l'-High Life out exery 'l'uesclar. lor the stall' was composed ol' lour seniors. March thirteenth. the senior class, with Nlr. Hous- ton and Mr. Crztrr as sponsors, took 21 field trip to Des Moines where we viewed the legislature in aetion and visited the Historical Society Museum. .-Xs it is il custom for the seniors to leave the school at present each year, we presented light stands for the lloocl lights. to be used in the annual work and make picture-taking in the clztss rooms an easier job. Our class assembly wats 21 big hit with the student body, just as our class picnic: was a hit with us seniors. 'Ihroughout tl1e year we enjoyecl being under the counsel ol' our class sponsors, Miss Sc-hmiclt, Mr. Pettit, Mr. Nlasson. and Nlr. Haderer. XVe thank them lor their guidztnee and hope we didn't Cause them too much trouble. And now that our clear old sehool days have at last slipped past, we say good- bye to L'-High and hope the juniors of this year who are the seniors of next year will carry on the good work :ts we have tried to do for the class before us. SICXIUR IIISIKJRIES lI1uw .Xnlguns I'-Hinll I. 2. II. 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I1 K..X.X. 21 Inu-I Nm 2. II: Ixping K'IuIm 2: II:uxIIc1lu- 2. II. I: IXIIQII X I.1lv .I: c..IIJI.IIII XllI1IK'lllKIx I. Ruth Ilnnfnun I'-High I. 2. II. I: IIIIVI Xmas II. I: K.I1.un1 K.IuII I. Run IDuII3 I lllqll I. 2. II. I. KIIJIIII I Iul: I. Vlauk IZXIIIIN ' ., .I V A . A . 4. I IIIQII I. -. .L I. Nvnnn Ilunm Nmnlx I. IIMKIKUL' 5I4lII .I. NIIllIK'IlI Kmnnll I. II'IIK'IIIIK'IIvx K Iulm QI. I: I'mulr.uII II. 'l.K'IIK'l' nmn, I: II.ININK'lII.lII I. 2. II.K'IIL'IIIl.lIII II. I. Lfnn Iflaficl I'-High I. 2. II. I: Scrum Hamm Sofia-lx II, I1 Suuicnt Kluun all III1-yy I: I-High I,lIc Sl:nII .I. I: II:nuI .I. I. IJIKIICNIILI I 2. II. I: SIIIIIQ IIIIJIIICI 2: Kilnnns I: SOXIVI 2. II: IICIILIIK' 2 launy I: IIAIN 'L Li' : . ." 1 L.I.f1: 1' - K'Iu'cl I.c'znIcl II: Klum KIPIIIIIIX I. fI.clu-ln1.un 2. II. I. rK1:ip IILIIDIII I IIIIIK I IIKIIKIIIIIIII ' I KIIIIIIIIII "IIu' Xlmrn znnl lIu- XIIIIIIIIIICM I1 'I I In- IIIIINIKIIIII In SIJIIK' HI Hilnwlln 2: "II1c Ilmcl ROLIIIH 2: "Nc-xcn Si-If-lx" II: "Cup lznn .Xlwplcyzuk I. Klalhcrinc Glaslmcy I'-High I. 2. II. I: Ilauxkcxv SIQIII I: II:unI I. 2. II. I: Khchcs IIII 2. I: CIIUIIIN II. I: Dclmln' II: K,.X.X. I. 2: INPIIIQ K1IuI1 II I1:lu'Lc-llc-I II, I: I'm'nx KIInIv 2: XIJIIIIIZII 'lmimmq KIIuIx IS.IX.K,.I II: IIIIIULLIQIIJIIX K.InI: II: "WI11u .X l.iIv" II. IIIII Hzilvcrwll - - I I - . I -High I. 2. .I. I: Iluullmll .I. 4I.K'IIK'lllI2IllI I: IIQINIKPIIIIIII I 2. II.K'IIK'I'lII2lllI II. I. .Xrt Hcusinkvclcl I'-High I. 2. II. I: Svxnrn Ilonrn Smivlx I: ,Iunirn Huum SUKICII I: II:mLcw Stuff II: Suulcnl Kirnnnil I1 Sllllllll Kilulx I2 I"uulI1zzII II. Il.K'IlK'IllI2lIII I: II2INIxK'lIHlII I. 2. II. II.K'IIK'lIIl1lllI -I: IlllKIx qI.L'lIcln1zulI II. I: "lIu' Nlalun' :und IIIK' XIIIIIIKIIICH I Nlugcj. Ilonald L. -IacoIJs I'-High I. 2. FI. I1'lVl2lKIIx II. I. Mary Ann Kurtz I'-High I. 2. II. I: Scnim' Hunm' Smicly II. -I: .junior IIOIIKI , 1 Soficly I: Ilauvkcyc SIIIIII II. I: SIlIKIK'llI Klulnlcil 2, II: II-High I.iI'c SILIII I: Kl1'cI1c'slm I. 2. II. I: Stung IIIIIIIIUI I. 2. II, 'I I "' I' DLIIIIK 2 K X K I 'I IcK1uImI'1n I I-IIOIII5 .I. . ' : --1 .. . .-: .- . -'11 'am-:mis l. L, 3 IIIICII Nos II. I: Hzuvkcllcs 2. II. I: I'0K'll'I KlIuI1 2: Iimsk-:1-Nlonlll - I K.Iuh 2, II: "'I'I1c Manor :uni thc Nlznmurc I: I'Sc'u-n Sisters" II "IVIl:ll .X l.iI'c" II: "KlzIpl:1in .XppIcjxu'IK" I: "l.illIc Hamid 01 " I Donncnn -. Yan A. NIHYIIII ' ' I I . ' - - I I - 4 I-Hugh I. 2. .I. I. Suulcnl K.nnnuI 2. .I: K.Iunus .I. 'I Ilmnn,5I1Imu I: Klhvcl I.cznIvl' II: Klum Klounlu Il.K'IlCl'lIlIllII II. ICIIIIJIIIIIII I: Ilzuk 2. Il.K'IIK'IlllIlIlI II, I1 "Kl:IpIuin Apple luck I2 I.IIlIC NI:nrI ol IIUIIIIPIIII I. Lillian E. Nlillcr l'-High I. 2. II. I: SIIIKIKIIII Kiounmil II. I: Kllmorus 2. 3, -I KI..X..X. I. 2. II. I: Ixping Kiluh II: Il:uvIKctlcs 2. II. I: xflllllliil Imnnng K.IuII 1515 .K..j .I. Nliifglilljl Mmm L.f.:.- ' Am akfhzq "wL...: 1-2 Nftllllll Club 55. I: xl.llIlI,Il llniningg Club wS.XX.l.,b fi: I'fK'llN Club 2: "ll1c XI.um mul 1111- XI.mi111lc" l: "NXIml .X Lite" fi Denis Horne I-High 1.2.3. 1: Llllllllx I1 I-.X.X. l. 2. Ii. 1: H1mLulIc'N 1.5. 1. xI.illll.lI lhlllllllg I Iuls SUI 1 'V fll'llIIl flul: I lim-lyn xlllllllf Fm! Hodge High l. 2. fl: I'-High I: Chmux I: HlIWKkL'lll'N 1. Hmmk-.1-Xlrmlll Llulr I: lx' fc-ull' l'l.l!If1liN 1. Dun Nlmgravc l'-High l. 2. fi, 1: Ilzmkn-xc Smit 1: 8111114-111 Council I: U i I I I . Q ., 0 l lllhh l.1tv. SMH I. li.1mI J, I: c.IlUlllN 3. J. li f,IClll'NIlll .r, lg l'Ulll'J.lH 4l.t'lll'IIllQlllj I: lignfkcllmli 2: Ilzuk qI.L'lln'lll1:1llg fi. I: "lAilllL- xlllill ui l,UlIlll'lIlX-h 1 licl'11iuc l'z1lcrz1 l'-Hiull I " 'i I A., .-... . lislhcl' Sc-L-lman . U St. Klaus 1.3. l-Hugh J, I. In Cnclc- l'l'Illl'IIN 1' I P1101 ll' Lcrm: z 'z l7Hi"h I " 'S I H .-... . ' LN fi, 1. livan 51121112111 D Roger l cffcr l'-Hif-I1 I' ' ' - ' A ' H . l5.1mI 1. KJILIILNIIJ 1. c.IlUIlIN l: Dclmln' I K up RUM-In High School I: Quill-gc Xiux High School 2: lm" 'Xl'PI"'l5'lk '1'AlA'f"f x'1"""' llU""U"5 'I' l -Hlgll si, I. f.IlUIllN 3. 1: Baaxkcllmull -I. Hclvn Pollock l.vc Sicgling . . I , U . l-Hugh l. J. J, I. Lllolllx I: Lum fUllIllIN "' Imullrall 5 l'-High I. 2. fl. I1 Scnim ll0llUI' Smicly 3. 1: 'llllli0l' Honor 1lCllCIIIl1lIH II Vllllik 3. I. Soficlx I: Hgmlxcyc Stull 2, 3. 1: l'-High l.iIc Stull' fi. -I1 Cllmrus 2. 1: Sc-xla-I l. 2, 1: llc-Imlv 2: l.c Cculm- lfrsxmuis I. 2. II,I 1 - , TS: llznwlwllw 2. 3, 1: l'Ul'lIf Lluh Z: limvk-41-Xlmulll Cllulm I. 2. xldlgdul Slloud .52 l.1IIlc Xlgml ut DUIlllL'!ll,.'A1. Philip Rummc-ls X1 I 'Hugh I. 2. 25. I: llnml fi: Olmllullxn fi: Lum f1UllllllX " 'S' l lfoullmll vl,ull4-:umm I: 'lxxurk I. L. ll.L'lICI'lll1lllb fi, I. Rolx-rl l.. RZIIISIIZIW Ap' . . , , .f ' ' Ruoanwvll High Schmml 1: l'-High 2. 3. I: Olcmhcx CIIUIIIS Ii. 1: 1.0 Cclmlc I"ILiIltlliN 2. 25: llllcl Nos fi, lg Ixlm ' nk X I1 Klub ' 5 fllllllll Llulz 2: Hzmkcllvw 2, fi. I: Bu 'Ll-, foul :ply-Luk" -I. Nlzmha Nl. XYz11'l'c11 l HI Ill ' 5 I fllOIllNI I XX I " '5 l"I'xpin flulu 4 , I 4 '5' lhukcllu ' 4 I Xlmuxl llllmn Illllx MHC g 5 l-ll1ghl.-..5.l.01ml1uIl.n I.t.l1ml1s1, lxpmg Llulm' " firms fltlllllllkf 1.2. +11-111-lrllzuuup Ii: lftllllllllll J: lrnrk 2, rh-lr lcrmzmp Ii. 4. lla Sam l'-High 1.13. I: lizmml fl: fjhllllh fl. I: Ilgmlwllcs VI. w 1 l n H1ll'IJ1ll'Ii XX'ciclncr lung: K,1lx Hugh SIIIUUI 1,23 l -High 5 I lxpln-' Clnlm I Hook-11-Xlmxlh Cllulw -I. A l,2lXClsllL' XYUIIIIIZIII v - , , . . . . rw I-Hugh I. Z. 5, I3 Susrlcm 1011111-ll "' I X X 1 " 5 I 'fn ' ' Ixpmh Club .iz llgunlwllcx 2. fi. I: XI.ml1.ll Il.liIIill" Club ,S4W.G,n 3. I.zuu'inc Nlzu' XVicm-kc r- H4'lu1m1l High. IAIN ,Xngclm-s. Lnnlll. I l'Hi I1 " v I C.. X. X. -I. Xlzlzx Z2illlll'l' l -H1211 1.2.3. I: llamkcxc Stull' I: f..X.,X. J, Lhsum Club I. Bill Zcilhzuncl U ,, ... llamkc I3Higll 1.13. I: llxmd 3. I: Orchc-xllgl 3. lg Ifoollnlll I fam, rpg was W. K 4 1. l'tottt row. lC'il to tight: l'1l:tlt:t.Spa'h4taek. l.aakettala't'. Bteese. HLINLCII. Ifoutttgtitt. Nltlton. Xliller. llalalrige. Mala- tek. lfotttttttitt. Sa-aottal tott: Sntith. Ciottklin. lltttaliak. I,a'a-ues. Kztelrittg. 'l4txIot. lhztnalt. Sahotte. liistla-t. Cole, Ilutttphtatx. Ihital tott: Rightet. lbtttke. Rztttttttelsha-tg. Sti ntntel. Young. litittgtott. Sahitttlet. .Xlala'ttn:tn. Ka-tt. ,Xtttelon. lfttltt'ittiestet'. lfottrth tow: xlllfiflllif.Iklllllllll,-IL'1ll1N. Sthtta-hetger. Clratin. Sa'h:ta'Ia't. Wattal. Betty, Nliss Rethttottal. -IKNIORS .Xt last we are iuniors! Ilowever. ttow tltat we have aahieveal tltis we alon't leel that we are superior to nitttlt graalers anal sophontores as we thought we wottlal. hut we leel tltat we woulal rather cooperate with thettt. .Xnal ttow we't'e looking lorwaral to heing seniors. Ula? eleateal alass ollia'ers as lollows: lioh Aleans. presiala-nt: lla-tty Cole. x'iaa--presialent: anal Ruth Sahintla-t. searet:trytt'easttrer. 'lo ltolal up the jun- iors' ettal on alehates in Stuala-nt Clounail, we eleetcal -Ia-an Iiistler. Dorothy 'l'at'lor. Boh .Xlalerntan. anal lloh Tappet. lla' were aatire in sports this tear. Out grialiron heroes were Bob Alalerntan anal Glenn Stinnnel. Glenn was eleateal next year's aaptain. 'lille basket- hztll saluztal aatt a'ertantlt tltattk tlte C-eorge l,eltntan- -lint Sahneherger aonthination ttnaler tlte net lor ntttalt ol ll-I-Iigh's haskethall strengtlt. George Nils altosett aaptaitt lor next year. Ol' a'ottrse. tttant otltet juniors were awataleal letters. llie ltelpeal to put on the operelta. Lillie tlillill of Ilotttrenty, wltialt was aliteateal hy Nlt. llassherg. XYL' were represenleal in tlte lielal ol alratnzt hy Lewis lX'aral. Charles Ellett, and .lean Kistler wlto alial out- stanaling work in Cujzlrtin A-1j1pia'jrtfl.', our allrsaltool play. Charles was also ahosen as one ol' the ten ltiglt- est in the state raalio speaking aontest. All ol L'-High's stttalents reaal I'-lliglt life, whialt ls partially written hs juniors. lioh Tapper anal George l.a-lttttatt are tnenthers ol' tlte pa-rtttztnettt stall. ,VX lielal trip to Des Moines to watah the legislature in aation anal xisit to the llistorical Soaiety Nluseunt was sponsoteal ht the soaial sllltlies ala-patttttent. 'liha' trip up hy htts. the visit in Des Moines, anal tlte trip ltotne were enuioteal hy all ol us. 'l'owaral tlte enal ol the tear. tttant ol us ao- opa-rateal in working on tlte -lttttiorfSeniot. wltialt turneal ottt to he one ol' tlte hest. 'lio ottr sponsors. Nliss Nlakalants. Mr. 1.eYois. Mr. Henke. Mr. Hass- hetg. Nlr. Nlzttthews. attal fxlr. Cltart. we sat "thank toil" in appreaiation ol their wottlt. Le' l l'tont row, left to right: Ixzrsper. lirriri. Porter. Dorrlrxrm. Stimmel. Wertrrian. Smith. Harper, C.rcitlr:itts. Alcoek. Rztnrrnelshetg. Crilpzrtrick, Secorrcl row: In Smith. llzmiels. Xrrrclt. Xlgrttlrizrs, I.c-eirer. Nlaxer, Xller, Iitiiirs. XYiIhite, r Icnrrtall. Nliltrrei. 'Ihiicl row: l'. Rttmmc-Is. Kerri, Ilalrcriserr. Slatclc-L. I'ier. !c'llc'r. leller, Meier. Ntisser. I.arrre. llagbr. Ilelkzi, Iotiitlr row: XIl.K1llIlIlIl. Xettfil. .XllporI. Colrlr. I'ollcick. !c'ith.rmel. Iloirolroe. Ilills. llgirscrn, I,ewis. Rstslet. .Xller. SOPHUNIORES As we beciarne soplronrores, we began to assttrne responsibilities not given tts belore. But rather than overlrtirclening us. these gave tts the serrsation that we were getting to be more important. It was partly because ol this that we began to look lorwarcl to the time we could become seniors. lX'itlr Bill lfrey as president, .-Xnn lYilhite as vice- presiclent, arrcl -lim I'olloc'k, sec retary-tr'easm'er. our elass was strccesslttl in its aclrninistratiorr. lYe saw that l.ois Irwin, Carohir l'orter, and Ed Smith were elected ro the Student Clomrcil to voice our riews. lYitlr capable people like these, we lelt more sure ol ottrselves. Iiirtnrreratirrg the tetrtlr grade participarrts in spoils, we liircl that in lootball otrtsrarrclirrg sopho- mores incltrcled Bill lfrey, Clarke Louis, Ilticl llal- rorsen, Mark Meier, Calvin Stirrrrnel. Earl Clarscrrr. and Gene Rmnmels, rnzrnr' ol' these receiting letters zmcl certainly all prolrtrng In their experience. I hrs rear 's basketball season Wits ccrtrspicttous by its sopho- more tezrrnrnates, licl Smith and Iltrd Halvorsen. The rnarragers ol the 5C'IlO0I.5 teams were sophornores, too, 'Ilret were .lim Rasely and klirn Pollock. The Zeller twins. Fred and Ifrznrk, with Ed Smith, helped at great cleal towarcl making a x'ic'torious cross- cotmtry season lor lf-Iliglr. The twins were chosen as co-captains lor next year's team. Scoring for l'-High irr track were Clhtick Kent, Bob Hmnplrrey, licl Smith. arid Mark Xleiet. 'I'his is Irow widely we scrpltomores took to sports, .X girls' sextet, corrrposecl ol sophomores, was or- gztrrifecl trrrcler the strpc-rwisicrrr ol Nlr. Hassberg. Pat Cirotlraus was om' represerrtative in the radio speak- ing contest, while Lois Irwin and janet Peterson both reacl in the irrterpr'etative reading contest. Om' class sponsors. Nlr. Karrrbly, Nlr. .-Xrnold, Miss Ilest. Mr. Ilreelrler. and Miss Eddy, have helped us carry our responsibilities. and have done an able job ol it. 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Cl1111s1-11 1111 1110 1121115 W1-10 111111 -1111 11x1111. 111111 xY2lgllL'l'. 51182111 1X'0i11111-1', 111111110 Liv- i11gs11111. 111111 'I2lL'1i Nl111'1'111'. 511, 111- ll'C5lll1lCll 11111 1- 1111110 a gI'C2ll 110111 lhis 10111, 11211111 11111- 111 11111' 1111ix 1- 1111sa s111111s111's, Nliss Hl'lll1Cl'- s1111, N111 1'11xi11401'. Nll. G111111111. NI1. Cl1'111'Y. 111111 111. 11111111-1111-1. hunt row. lelt I0 right: C. I.add. Xvhitebook. Xvllllllllls. Sayre. Righter, Cianso, Daniels. Cole. .Xllbrec'hl. Clausen. llagby. Spear. Second row: Mclloiialcl, Yogel. Mtit'ray. Ranshau. Dierks, Ku rka, lirb, Danner. Yoder, Robinson. Miss Lane. Miss lxuglund. EIGHTH CQRXIJERS By the titne we became eighth graders. we were pretty proud ol' the lact that it wouldn't be long now-soon we would be in high school. XYe elected our class ollicers as follows: Valorie Dierks, president. jim lViliiatns. vice-president. May- nard XVhitebook, treasurer, and Vera Lackender, secretary. XVe elected -lint Easton, Bob llagby, and Mary Sayre to serve on the Student Council. Each year, tlte junior high basketball teain is ntade up of many eighth gradc-rs. This year was no ex- ception. In Decentber. we helcl our lirst eighth grade play. The l"ir.s'I lJr1'.s'.s' Sufi. lt was in .Xpril that we staged our second play, The ll'om11'r Hnl. lVe used as our setting, the terraces in lront ol' the school. Our sponsors, Miss Engluncl, Miss Lane, Mrs. Parker, and Mr. Lahr were a great help to us. XYC wish to thank thetn. and tell them how inuch we enjoyed working with them. lfirst row. lelt to llgllli Owen. iI1l!'I'lllll. Miller. . . l Wilson. 'lhitd low: Ml. I.ahl', Mrs. Parker. Voigt. lfaston.K1:uson, l,ac'lsencler. Fiesler. Murray, Xclzuns. Spence. SLQX'liX'I'H CLRAIJERS ilillis year was certainly dillerc-nt lor us. XX1- had always been used to one teacher and irregular pc-- riods and our classes in one room. But when we started to school here, we found that junior high was quite dillerent. XVhen we elected ofliczers for the year, we chose Barbara Baird, presidentg Bill Greene, vice-president: and Steve Nusser, SCt'l'Cl2ll'y'- treasurer. XVe decided on Aludy Kistler and 'john Miller to represent us in Student Council. Along in the lirst semester, we plll on a class play entitled. .Yol Quilt' Suri: ll Goose. Later in the year we staged anotlter production which was equally as well done as the lirst. XVe held two Class parties this year besides being invited to the last two all-school parties. lt was through the leadership of Mr. Clark, Miss Ifdscorn. Miss ,Xndei-sch. and Mr. Price, our spon- sors. that we were able to acconiplish niuch this year. XYarren. llztne, Llztspey, Cobb. Kistler. liwers. Spear. Second low: Wylie. Snyder. Weidner. Holub, Mcilarty. Seheetf. Xusser. iir:'c-ne, Myers. 'lhircl row: Mr. l'ric'e. Miss .Xndersc'h. Xljlllll. Baird. 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'l'h1-11-11111-, XYl' 1111 11111 121140 an simply l11-11111s1- 111- 1-x11e11 111 111-1111111- 111-lists 01' inle1'i111' 111-1111111111s Ol' 111111111-11s. 11111 s11 111211 we may he able 111 11-111g11if1- Zlll 211111 111-111111 i11 0l'lllllZll'y life, Hllll he 211111- 111 11111111 111111111111 111111wl1-11g1- in lhis way. ENGLISH Dr. Carpenter. heacl Miss lmrrglunrl Nfiss Reclrnonci 'lihe English clepartnrent feels, ancl we think rightly, that the purpose of an English clepartrrrent is to teach stuclents to speak ancl write correctly. ancl to be able to express their icleas clearly, It is. there- fore, one of the most important clepartrrrents in the school. English is a recjuirecl subject in L'-High through the junior year, being an elective course lor seniors. 'Ihe English courses are not cliviclecl into grarrrrrrar. thenre-writing, ancl literature courses as in rrrarry schools. lnsteacl, all three are given much consiclera' tion in eacih class. Most ol us have written a tlrerrre a week sinee junior high school, so we no longer' look upon the task with such clreacl, lor' we have becorrre aecustornecl to expressing our thoughts in writing. However, writing alone is not all that we learn. YVe are introclucecl to goocl literatur'e-both rrroclerrr ancl olcl poetry' ancl prose. The seniors stucly chiefly English literature while the juniors cleal with the great American authors. ln all English classes in Ll-High from the seventh to the twelfth gracles we are given clrills in grarrrrrrar, punctuation, ancl spelling. These factors are criti- cilecl in the correcrtion of our themes, as well as the thought of the papers. ln University High School it is the ambition ol every stuclent to be perrrrittecl to enter Dr. Carperr- ter's "special" English class, To enter this class, one rrrust be in senior' high. The course is prinrarily' for We were very unfortunate this year in losing Sir. Matthews at the encl of the first semester. We knoyv he left our school for a better' position. so we are happy for his sake. hrrt we do rniss him very much. -'L IN juniors ancl seniors. but a few sophomores who arc orrtstarrclirrg in English work are also enrollecl. l'ncler Dr. Clarperrtcrs supervision our stuclent paper is puhlislrecl. 'l'he paper has a perrrrarrerrt stall itlllblhllllg ol lfllll' SCIIIUI' Zlllll two jllllllili IIll'IlllJLfl'S. Of this year's stall. Helen Pollock ancl Lynn Frazier were chosen as juniors last year, ancl Nlarianne lslllll ancl llonalcl Nlusgrave were chosen last spring. Ilob Tapper ancl George I,ehnrarr. the juniors, were chosen this year' at the encl ol the lirst serrrester. .Xt the close ol this year, two rrrore juniors will be electecl to corrrplete a perrrrarrerrt stall ol lour next year. Besicles the perrrrarrerrt stall. there is a lent- porary stall ol lwtr or rrrore. clrawn in rotation lrorrr the rrrernbers ol the "special" English group. 'lilre paper. uncler' the heacling of l'-llfglr l.r'fe, appearecl cverv luesclay evening in one ol the local news- papers. It servecl as a source of irrlorrrratiorr lor the stuclerrts as wc-ll as helping English stuclents get some real knowleclge about jourrralisrrr. 11111111111-1 Illl11 111-111111-111 1111111111111-11 111 118111 11 11111150 111 1111111 11l 1111-11 111111111 211111 1111111-11-1111-1115. X1 1111- 111111-11-111' 21 1'111'll11l 111111. "1.1- c1L'1'1'1l' 1:12111- '11 11-111-g11111f1-11 111111 l1Y11111111f'f1 111111111111111g 5' - - 1' - - I -1 . 1.1015 11-1-1c 1-11 111 N1'IX1' ll 11-1111 111 11111' N1'lll1'NlCl1. 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IIS 11 1111111-11 111-11-11111 11111' 1111-1-11 111111 1'1111g,1-. 111111 11'1- 2l1N11 1I1-11111- 11111111 11111-11111 1l1l12l1ll11lg ll 11111- 0111111111111 x1J1I11 1111111- 1111L'1111f,11 111 1111' 111-11-111111111-111 111 1111' 111111111 H1l1lCl'X115'11'll111'112l Nll11l'NN11l1 11-111 111111 11111111 111111 111 111111- 211111 11101111 1'1l1'I111l. .XII 1ll11'll'Nl 111 1411101311 11111 g11L'Il1lN1l111l1711l1J1l'1l, 111111111 11-1111 11-1111 111 111111- 11. '1111c11111- 111111 111 11115 SOCIAL S'l'l,'DIES Nil. llaeluer. acting head Nlr. Clrary Nliss Iidsccnn XII. Houston Social studies has conre to be an essential part of our education. Ivith this in mind, the administra- tion of our school has made it necessary for us to take the six social studies courses ollerecl before we graduate. The topics that are covered in these courses nray be separated into two broad divisions. The stttcly of historical and present-day America and the study of the rest of the world. In the seventh grade we cover the geography' of three continents that are not usually studied in the cflementary school. Africa, .'Xustralia, and Asia. Ivorld history is studied in the tenth grade. Here we trace the development ol our present-clay civiliza- tion Irom Egyptian times down to today. Ihe historical America is studied in the eighth and eleventh grades, but in each course diflerent aspects ol' our country's history are learned. In the eighth grade we deal mostly with the way people in the colonial days made their living and the geography' of this country. In the eleventh grade wc- investigate the economic and political develop- ment. with much of our time spent on the Clivil Xvar period and the years following. l'roblems of present-day iXmc'rica are taught in thc' nlrrtlr antl twelltlr grades. Ihe rnntlr grade course deals with the social problems ol our corurtry in such units as crime, law enforcement, and the care of mental detectives. The twellth grade social studies course is divided into two main units, gov- ernment and economics. For eaclr ol' these units we take a semester to cover. During the year we take such topics as our Iederal government and the probleru ol' unemployment. 'Ihe two modern American courses are very elas- tically arranged so that dillerent ttnits may be singled our lor special attention as we wish. Our classes are not only taught by the lecture and discussion methods. but we are urged to give special reports. Sometimes these take the lorm ol oral reports read aloud to the class. while on other occasions they are in the form ol' written themes to be handed in. Sometimes a student panel is chosen. Xvhen that is the case, each member ol the panel reads especially upon a phase ol' a topic, and a panel disc trssion is held before the class. .Xclditional inlornration is ollerecl by class members not in the panel. Xve have other sottrces ol' inlornration besides those Itlsl mentioned. Lecturers are olten invited to tl1e classroom and slides or pictures are used as sup- plementary aids. Olten we take Iielcl trips. .Xs an example of this, the sophcmrores took a trip to visit the hydraulics plant, and the juniors and seniors took their bi-annual trip to Des Moines to see how our state government operates. Here, they visited both the Senate and the House of Representatives, and as an added interest took a conducted tour through the State Ilistoricgtl Nlusettrn. Nl.X'1HLXl.X'l'lC1S lit. l'tiaa-. hawtal llt. l.1tne aXll ol tts have taken nitttltentatias in the sa'xa'nth. eighth. anal ninth gtaales heia- at l'-lligh. hut only those ol us who ahoose to. haue taken some lorln ol it in our high sahool sears. ln sexa-nth graala' we leznnafal the liasia' laats anal tations appliaations ol lJC'l'lL'lll2lgl'. anal wa' aon- strttatta-al tnost ol our prolmlenis ltont alaily lile anal honta- situations with whiah we were all lainiliar. Our eighth graale IlllilllL'lll2ilIafS alealt with lttnala- tnentals ol aritlnnetia. XX'e applieal these to verbal prolmlenis. anal ina lualeal in our work analx sis ol situa- tions we haal niet otnseltes at honte or among our reaalings. Mathenlatias in the ninth graale was to us a haak- grounal lor the work we :night aontinue in our aal- ranaeal high sahool years anal alter we haal graalu- ateal, Our ninth graale work aonsistetl :thnost en' tirely ol algelirzt. with a little inlornial geotnetrs. XX'e were gixen a simple introaluation to higher tspes ol IIl2iIllClll?illl'5. too. inalualing trigononietry. Those ol' us who chose algebra as an eleatire in our sophonloie year learneal what in tnost sahools is aalleal seaonal anal thital semester algebra. Our time was spent working on rznious kinals ol equations. lla' took up squares anal haal asa linal unit. a hasiag unalerstanaling ol logzn ithnts. aXs juniors anal seniors we haal the opportunity to choose a aourse in aleinonstratire geometry, which realli got us to thinking reasonably anal aaattrately. XYL' useal no text lor the lirst part ol the year, ale- xa-loping our own alelinitions, assutnptions. anal tha-orents. NX'e lata-r useal a textbook as the prohleins heaante progressitels more alilliault. Olten we alis- ausseal non-ga-oinetria reasoning situations to im- prove our nlethoal ol' alear thinking. Out progress in tnatltentatias, even though it may seein slow anal a'oniplia'ata-al to some ol' us, is planneal with a alelinite relationship to our luture anal our luture work. Mathematics is uselul to all ol' us, not just those ol' us w ho plan to be statistieians or book- keepers. XX'hen we aalal hills. measure alress designs lor autting. or alaterinine the nutnher ol' feet ol' wall paper lor a room ln tneasureinent anal a-ala-ulation, we necessarily use inathentatia-s. However, these are only sintple examples. 'Iihese anal others ol' more aoinplete nature cause inatheinatia-s to be used in all scopes anal lielals ol' lile. ...Q SCIENCE things zts why ttttt' hztit may hc :tit ztltrmgvtltct' tlitl't'ttc'ttt llt. Kgtttthlx, hcgttl Nlt. Pcttit Uflm 1111111 UU! 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Itt ttthiitiutt tu thztt, wt to tts. 'lilis tthlllsc' is tlixitlrtt itttu llltils imc-tittg thc stJlllt'lilllL'N hztxt- pitttttt-s zttttl slitics. Itt thctttisttx t llitplls lily pmtt-sst-s ul lixittg things. Um' ni tht' :tml physits. txpvtittltltls zttt- ttst-tl tn ht-lp tts lt-ztttt tttust illltltslillg scttitttts tttwtutl was thatt ot tht- itt- XXX' lsvttt ttutchtmks whith itttltttlc sllltit gttitlt- qttcs huttzttttt- ul thzttztttcttsttts. XX Q bL'glIl tu sctt sttth lltltls zttttl tht' tctottl ui tht' L'XIM'lilllL'lllN wt' pttthttttt LIBRARY XII. Clark This year, as in the past. I spent tny hee pc-riocls in the lilnary. where I either spent my' time in reacling lor reereation or hy pteparing lor my classes. .Xt my' clisposal were hc-lplttl materials lor relerence ancl a section lor each cttrricttlar clepartment. to which I coulcl reler. Books ol Iiction. inclttcling acl- yenttne. mystery. sport. humor. hooks ol literattne. line arts. ancl biographies were also ayailahle to me. Ilns year ahottt thnty magazines were contamecl on c the shelves. Three newspapers were stthscrihecl to, one a weekly. ancl the other two clailies. The lihrarian has recatalognecl lor tts all hooks nncler the heacling ol science, languages. litc-rattne. inclttstrial arts. ancl the line arts. In case there is any' clillicnltyg the lihrarian gives tts tlte inlotmation neeclecl to locate material. In clirect connection with the lihrary' is L'-High's Book-A-Month Cltth, which is sponsorecl hy Mr. Clark. The clnh is 0l'U2illllL'll lor the purpose ol gir- D c ing us an opportunity' to gather goocl literature lor recreational reacling. ,-Xlthottgh membership was not large, there was much enthusiasm in the cltth. Lois Irwin, presiclent, conclttctecl all allairs very capahly' witlt the assistance ol' -lanet Peterson. secretary, Eleanor Pownall, puhlicity chairman. Shirley' Harper, social chairman, .mcl Margaret I.ane. hook chairntan. I was interestecl in the activities ol' the Iifltlk-.-X-IXIOIIIII cltth. The members sponsorecl a hohhy' show in Ifehruary. which was on exhibit in the library. Collections ol' guns, stamps. bones, coins, hottles. menus. ancl art collecticms were clis- playecl among other things. CQKJNINIIQRCQE XII. Nlasson .Xs we grow olclel. we lincl that typing ancl hook- keeping are among the llltlsl ttselul skills we can learn. So this yezn hoth courses have heen ollerecl to tts in ottr commerce clepartment. .-Xny stttclent ol senior high cottlcl select typing. httt hookkeeping was ollerecl to only seniors. In otn typing classes we litst learn the clillerent parts ol the machine, how to clean ancl repair it, ancl how to change the lilhlltllts. .XII ol those things are necessary in any practical course. To attain speecl ancl accttracy in typing. we learn the correct lingering ancl then use practice exercises, hut may type our school papers ancl themes as well. This typing course has heen yery popttlar witlt the stu- clents hecattse ol the ttselttltiess ol' the knowleclge ol' typing. In the hookkeeping course, we learn all the lttncla- mental practices ol keeping hooks either lor ottr- selyes or lor a httsiness. In the regular pracitiee hooks are hlank lorms which the stttclents use lor practice in lioth speecl ancl acctnacy ancl are giyen experience in Iilling tllll sttch sheets. As an activity' lor practice work this year. the hookkeeping' class kept the hooks lor the ylohnson County' Christmas Seal clriye. .-Xlso as practical work, they kept the tecorcls ol the hoys in inclttstrial arts at L'-Iliglt. 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' F' 5" , . - ,' 'g f +4 6 5Q ,..f u gf? g, V 4, H .. tif A X .I I, b 5 i I ' Q . a l . Kp... -' M ' b y Q5-' NW -- it JL W -i ., 7 ' -X ,j-7 f . .2-'f - Q X I Il- K E . . 1'-'S -.1 ,G 9 ,.,,.v" SPEECH Miss .Xndersch. acting head Mr. .Xtnold The speech department operated ttnder a slight handicap this vear, for there were onlv two stall tnenibers instead of three. However, we all agree that thev have clone verv well with all the activities under their supervision. These activities included plavs, ittterpretative reading. radio speaking. debate, discussion, and extetnporaneous speaking, besides the regular speech classes. These speech classes are required in U-High in all grades except the eleventh and twelfth. In the speech classes, we are given instruction in organizing and presenting speeches. This is a great help, lor it aids us in giving reports in our other classes. Individual training is given il necessary. aticl il' we have auv speech clelect. that is corrected. lYe are given training in inalcing speeches so as to overconte bashlulness or so we can become accustotnecl to putting our thoughts into words ol' speech as well as on paper. The niaior play production ol' the year was C1111- lain .-1j1pl1'jufl.', a three act plat. It was given No- veinber 22. under the direction of Miss .Xndersch. The cast and crews were as lollows: .Xnilviose ,Xpplejohn .. ...,. Lewis Xvarcl Nliss Poppy Faire .. Margaret Stroud .Xunt .Xgatha .... .lean Kistler Lush ............. ... Clliarles lillett Miss .Xnna Yaleslca .. .. Marv .Xnn Kurtz llorolslcv .......... ..... I ,vnn l'll'illlCl' Mrs. Pengard .. .. Patricia Ctotliaus Mr. Pengard .... livain Slialian l'aliner ...... -lo Ann Clayton .lolinv jason .. ..... Yan Martin Dennett ....,.............,......... llruce .Kdains Crew ol the Ship - Cllatlc Louis. Charles Kent. Fred Zeller. Bob Aldernian. Bill Bvington, Bruce Ndatns, Nlarlc Nleier. and xlllll Pollocls. l'iopertv Crew e lo .Xnn Clayton, Betty Cole, Helen Blaha. Clostunies - Lois Irwin. Nlaigaret Moon. Once during each semester, the seventh and eighth grades presented plavs. The ninth grade was unable to do one during the lirst seniester, bitt the second semester one was presented as usual. The spring eighth grade plav was given outside ol the school on the terrace as following the precedent established last vear. .X 11-11 111-11-1 111111 111111111 111111111111111111 1111111111 4111 , , . . 1111 1111- x1LlI1l c.'1I111'ILl11L' 111111 L11 1111 111111-11111 111 11111'11. 1111-111111. 1Q111-1111111111IQ11111,1111111111-111-11 111 XI111 ,X11111A1Nl11. 1111'11151 1111111111113 NI111X ,11111 1Xl1I1l. .X12i1Qli11'1 5111l1l11. 11-1111 1111111-1. f.llI1lL'11ll1, C.1111111-1. 311119111-1 NI111111, 111111 1.i1111111 N1i111-1. 111 11111111-111111111 11'1111 1111- 11111111 111'1Jll11lII1'IlI 111 1'111g11. 1111 1111-1-1111111111111111111111111111111 L1 1J1IQ111l11 111111- 811111 I11 R1-1 11-11: 1111 11111111 1111111-11 1111- 1111111 111 1111111111-11 1111111- 11-11-1111 1111111-11111 11111- 1-1111111-11 l111N1X11N 3111-11 RIN 1-1111-11111111111-111 111-1111-1-11 111l1Xl'51l1 1 1111N1x1'11J1l11 g11111c. 1 Al11q11 1111111-1111111111111-11 111 X11, .111111111 1111111 111111 111 111-111111-1 1111 1111- 1111111111111 111-111111 11111-1111111. 1111-11 S1111111111. 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U1 1111111-. f11l2l11CS 1-1111-11 11111111-11 111111111g 1111' lL'll 11ig111-11. 111 111- 111111 21 121111111111 111111-11111.1111111111 1111-1-111 1111111111111111111 1111-1' 118111. 1111' 1111-1-111 111'111l1lIll1'1l1 111lN 1J1'L'll ll gliill 111-111 111 111. 111111 111- 111111- l'll11lXK'l1 111ll1lQ l1l4' 1-11111-11111111111111' 1111111111-1 111111 111' 111111- 111111-11 111111 111. 215 11'1-11 115 11111i11g g11i111-11 1111111- 1-1111-111-1111 111111 110211 11111111'11'11gc 1111111111g1111-111. PHYSICLXL 1ilJL'll.X'l'IUN Nlr. llrechlet Miss llesl l'hysicztl eclttcution is irnportant in promoting physical as well as tnentztl well being. lt promotes goocl slportstrizttrslrilm ztncl gixes those who lillit' it at goocl chance to leztrn to cooperate with others. lion' these reztsons. l'-lligh carries at progrznn ol plrtsicztl eclttczttion lor both girls :incl boys. T,lllSlC1li eclttczttion is reclttirecl lor all stttclents except those in grztcles c'lc-ten :incl twelve. ztncl tnc-tnbers ol' those grztcles nutty choose it il they wish, Ciyrn classes are helcl twice at week. The girls pztrticipzttc' in spcrecl bull. swinnning. clztncing. volleyball, basketball, ztncl bztsebztll. uncler the sttpc-rtision ol Nliss Best. The cttrriculttnr lor the bots inc-ltxcles touch looibztll. xolletbztll. bztsketbztll. wrestling, boxing. swinnning. ancl clztnc- ing. Cloztch llrechler teaches these boys. lic-sicles the seheclulecl classes ol pliysical eclttczttion, illll'2lllllll'2-IT corn- lietition is tnaintainecl as an alter-school actirity lor those boys unable to lJ2ll'lll'i1J2llC in varsity sports. The intrarnural sports inclucle basketball ancl switnrning. Alter school in the spring the boys swirn in a university pool. For basketball. the boys choose teatns which play one another. This year the eustornary game ol' the intrarnural c-hatnpions versus the lztculty was not playecl because ol' a tie for the chatnpicmslrip in intra- nntrztl basketball. The two x'ic'toriot1s teams were the "Ramblers" and the "Sweetpeas." Their captains were Ecl Berry. ancl I.ee Siegling. Inter- sciholztstic' cornpetition is helcl with other schools. U-High belongs to 21 c'onlerence with severztl other schools of about the sznne size. ancl we compete with these schools in football. bztsketbztll, c'ross-country :incl track. .Ks :tn extrat-c-ttrriculztr ztctixity lor girls, the litrls' .-Xthletic' .Xssoc-iation, hats at Irrogrznn at lYHigh. The girls enjoy swinrrning, volleyball, basket- bztll. :incl bztsc-bull as their rnztin activities. .Xs an aclclitional ztc'tix'it5'. the club ttsuztllt holcls picnics, hikes ztncl banclttets. lfor out ol school corn- X 1Jl'1lll11ll 1111' Ql11s 111111-11 111C 111111-11111 111-1111111-11 11111111-11 111 111111111111 . 1 211111 1121111c1l12111. 211111 1110 C1111 H11111 C1.,X..X. gll1N Ill 11111111-1112 . 2111- Q11-11c11 2111111121111 111 211101111 111 1110 111111111-11 111 111C 111g2111i1211i1111. 11111 11-211k fI111fQ1N 11111: 1.11112111 NI1111:1, 1111-11111-111, 1.z11c1111- Xx'l'll1l12il1. 1111- 1111-11111-111. 111-111 1X11c1. 11-111-12111-111-2111111-1. 1'-21C 15z11111'1g1-. 11111111 11121111112111. 211111 NI211g2111-1 NI111111. 11-1111'11111g 11-11112111 111 111111111111- 111-11 211111 111121111 211 11111111 211111 111111-1 111111111 1 ' ' ' 112111111-111-1 11'21s fll1g1l111fQ'f1 1111 g1111 111 111311, '1111' 1112- 2 ' ' A- 111111 1111111111-11 111 1111c1111i11g 113111111111 211111 11as14c1112111 ga1111-1. ,X11 1111' 1110111- 111-11 S211 111 21 glflllll 211 1111111- 1-11-1111. 111118 ll1211i1!1g 21 XCI1 11111J1i'NN1Xl' N1g11l. 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SILNIOR HONOR SOCIETY N.X'IiION.'XL JUNIOR HONOR SOCII2'I'Y 'I'he Nzttionztl Senior Honor Society is sponsored XI'e students who hztre been chosen lor recognition hx' Dr. Clztrpenter, and is tornposed ol' students. who. in the National .lunior Honor Society use :ts our through their otttstztndirrg ztlrility. ztre deemed stztrrdards to ztdrnit our new rnernlrers, the szrnre rrthy ol retognitiorr In zt lzttulty tonrnrittee. 'I'his starrdztrds :ts are used to ztdnrit nrenrhers to the Irolror bestowed is the highest thztt at student tztn Senior Honor Society. Ihese are ztelriexernetrts in tttztin. und is at sort ol token lor his zttlrieretnent. selrolzuslrip. leztderslrip. chztrattter, titilenship, and luniors ztrrtl seniors who ztre to heroine rnernhers. serxice. ,Xlernherslrip in our society is thus linrited rnust lrztxe. in zrddition to .t good scholarship record. to seventh. eighth. and ninth grzulers. Our sponsors I oper quztliliczttions in Ieztdersltip, serxiee. citizen- are Mr. I-Iaelner. Nliss Iinglund. Miss Edstorn, Mr. ship. and tlrztr'zttt'er'. 'I'hose chosen are initiated into Price. and Mr. Lahr. the sotietr ztt :tn ztssernhly. In these ztssenrlmlies. the XX'hen the end ol the lirst senrester rolled zuound, tttire nrernhers zulnrinister the pledge to the initi- we had not yet initiated any new rnetnhers, so we .tres ztntl haue clrztr-ge ol the other parts ol' the ritual. zutires. Iotrr ol us. were all ol the students in the llre sponsor tustornztrily delixers at lew pertinent group. 'Iln-ee ol us, Yvonne I,ix'ingstone. lidwin rtrnzuks in :tn Zltltlress to the stttderrt hotly. Kttrtf. :intl Clzttherine I.ztne ztre ninth graders, and the other ol us. Clztrolyn I,ztdd, is lroru the eighth IXI the heginning ol this sean. those ztttixe in IlIC grade. Iloweier. In the ntitldle ol the second se' emipu jmlmlul Mm-X tm, lgmul 114-lu, jtullmk. rnestet. we held :tn initiation ztnd zulntitted six new tncl I.tnn l'lllIlIL'l'. who were ztirztrtletl the honor zrs lllclllllclxi W1 Hf'l'I'C. mul lllfk lmlllx' llimll lllc rtrniors. Shortly Irelore nridrteztr. .Izttk Iixztns ztnd llvlmllgldilc' cilmnlli Rlgllllil' lcld ldulxmllllil dull - V l V Xalorre Ilrerks. lrorn the eighth. and -ludi Ixrstler, Xrt Iletrsrnlueld lretztrne rnernlrers. I,-High s thztpter html the Fucmhh ol the Xztrionztl Ilonor Sotieti torrrened at regular ru. hum lm mpnnml immniml in ml. Lum. lmmc tnterxztls. with Ilr. Clztrperrrer turing zts host to the gmtl lgtrer ther it-ere lorrnztllt inirizttetl In Us before me-ml,t-le in rljmlt-1 ggrtlrr-rings, llre sthool in the tustonrzut procedure. 4 an X if f ,I A 1 4 7' f -42,34 ., .Z 2? ww , ff, f I 0, - gg y life V :VL .A ,g gf ' 'Www FOOTBALL This year only three ol L'-High's lettermen, in- cluding Captain lioh Bender returned. liut we had Iorgotten ahout Coach lirechler, who was beginning his third year at the river school. HC pleased everyone hy putting a leillll on the Iield that won lout games and lost three. XVe lost the lirst game with Richland, hut we worked very hard and came hack to defeat 'lieachers' College High ol Cedar Falls. lhen the teatn met two stinging cleleats at the hands ol IVest Liherty' and Monticello. 'l'hese defeats lelt us with the opinion that perhaps we did not have too good a teatn at that. However, our ahle coach molded and remolcled his hoys and the ICHIII responded hy' doing its hc-st. .Xs a result. we saw a team that came hack to win its last three games and close a season that had started rather slowly, Init closed very' successI'uIly'. Highlight ol' the season came at the last game with Tipton. The whole teatn certainly' wanted to win that one. for their seniors were playing their last gatne. I'-Hig'h's small Init mighty teatn was matched against a hig rugged hunch hom Tipton. hut the Iowa City' hoys won lfl-l2. On the whole. L'-High had a yery' good season in Ioothall. Captain Bender ahly generalled the team throughout the season in spite ol his knee injury, and was one ol the llliilly good captains U-High has had in its history. "Bus" Smith was honored on the second all-conlerence team as a Iullhack, and Glenn Stimmel was elected next year's captain. XVe helieve the prospects lor next year are very' good, Iior nearly' hall ol this year's starting lineup will return. 'l'hus the teatn next season has an excellent chance to het- lL'l' this yeai's Iomth place in the conlerencc lfollowing is the season's record ,. . . l. leztcheis High 0: High 1:5 Richland III: I' High 6 'West Liherty IU: L'-High 0 'Nloiiticello F521 I'-High lb 'Xlouut XCIIIUII lfl: l' High LII 'West Ilbllllllll ti: I' High II 'liptcm IZ: I' High lfl 'Ccviileience games C1UNl'I-.RI-.NCZI-. 5 I' XNIDIXKLS II'ir1 1,os1' l'rl. Nlonticello .Vg 1-1 .SUIT .Xnainosa Ill, L- .875 XYest l.iheity I 2 .HIST I'-High it 2 .tion 'l ipton 2 I ,IIIIII IYest llrgtnch I I .200 Nlount xiL'lllttII tl li .tltitl B1 111111 111111 11111111 1J11lNL1S 111-I111'11111g 1'-High 1111111111 1 1111111 1111111 111 l'C1Jl'CSLIll 11 111 1111 1 1Nl , .11 1111111111 51 1 I 1111 111111 f.1JIl1L'11Ill1 Xcxl 11'z11"s 11111121111 11111 111 l111111z111. 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It lost not one dual or tri- angular meet and had a fairly impressive record in other large meets. Clarence Hightshoe, captain of the N40 squad, was one of the most outstanding tracikmen to be graduated front U-High in many years. Nine lettermen, including Captain Hightshoe, re- turned to lead the Blue thinclads to an undefeated season in conference competition. Results of last season's fine record are as follows: U-High 74, Mlest Liberty 26, fDual Meetj: U-High first in triangular meet with XVest Liberty and XVest Branch: first in the lncloor Conference: Mile Medley Relay first at the State 'l'eachers' Relays: first in the Mechanics- ville Relays: first in the Outdoor Conference, first in dual meet with Sigoutney: and fourth in the Vinton Relays. Another powerful team has organized this year. Captain Lynn Fraizer is one of the best tracksters this year. Ten lettermen returned to form the nu- cleus of the team. ln a triangular with XVest Liberty and Anamosa, L7-High was barely squeezed out by If points XYest Liberty. 'l'hen in the following week, M'est Liberty nosed them out again by 112 points for the Indoor Conference championship. ln the State lncloor Meet, several boys placed, and Captain Frazier won the hall mile. XX'ith five experienced lcttermen'returning from the 1939 season, chances seemed very good last fall for another successful Cl'0Ss-C0llI1ll'y season in I9-10. Those lettermen who brought U-High one of the most spectacular seasons in recent years, were Cap- tain Yan Martin, Lynn Frazier, Frank and Fred Zeller, and Ed Smith. During the season of six meets, U-High lost not one of them, and set quite a few records of which we U-Highers are extremely proud. Our team won both the state mile team lace and the state cross- country race. ln the state meet, it might be added, that quite a few uncler-classmen did quite well. Next year the experience that they have gained will be of great advantage to all concerned. ln the XVilliamsburg Invitational Meet, three U-High boys beat last year's champion, which is a feat of which we are proud. XVith this very successful season in the background, the prospects that loom up for next year seem ex- cellent incleecl. for three lettermen will return, in- cluding the co-Captains, Fred and Frank Zeller, and quite a few other fellows. 'I'herefore, Dr. Carpenters "hill and dale" boys should have another fine season. 'l'he season 's record! 1' Sept. 27 XVilliamsburg l-1: U-High Oct. 5 XK'illiamsburg l-1: U-High Oct. lil State mile team race U-High Oct. 20 lft. Madison H: U-High Oct. 26 XYilliamsburg Invitational U-High Nov. 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