University High School - U Highlights Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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N .":' zt'C MISS SXIITHIFS Uhfclllf Prim I vu Tn R mn tux studunts XNI1Od0I1OILLl1'lLll1 s.o1t1Lt xx xt vs Smntln s Llmummg PLFSOIIIIIIX durlng tlunr ulrs I nu sntx 1 Xsxunung tu uthgu I you ot ISSISIIHI .s tm I mn dug xrtn sh L XI OI LI u QL nlll L I L I I Ill HILINPLHNIW nu ...ff " '11 ' ' 'I " "fi Higl. ., 'K l'1'A'l 'l 1. '. pnfncipll : well ,ms head of lu .. 4 'M wut. c xm .IIXYJYS iind limc lu s.rvc .xx .1 Y.llLl.llWlC .md sy111p.1tl1ctiL .ld 'K ' for tltc girl-. H-' kKHlVk'l'dl ' of l1um.m . lr- .md hcl' Nlil'l'lLll.1l'Ill' -HLILICIICL' nuke hcl' . ' il ' ,Hu gurl of Ll-' Biff uf llln' xclmnml. ' t . v E 33 -e rn '-za , wee ,.--. se 5 Af ,,, . O Q , a-ng? Q 9 D -fb .9992 b m 42:95-Owocm-me -by-1' Q V The Faculty The Faculty of the Umversnty I-hgh School IS one of the most remarkable groups ever assembled under one roof Because the Umverslty Hugh School IS an expernmental mstxtutlon the best ns requlred and the very best mstructors have been obtamed to make lt the most successful mstxtutnon of nts krnd ln the country Woo As a result many hugh schools are looking to the Umverslty High D, School for leadershxp Although the faculty IS always consulted when major steps are taken the Student Council a representatlvc orgamzatnon drctates the wrll and wlsh of the student body In thus respect the school took a progressnve step and has set an ex ample for thousands of the more conservatnve schools hd G1 Us-l PZ X mr! Nl lf5i59,ll9QQ ESQECQIUES-Sll?5lQ3U 3133 be Q39 SEQ? CS l fyxfd QQQQ 'Y ZYNIX QGWCD 'xi GQDCNYB 6 TX Q QN4 35 1 4-1-J sm -cccMf?::e m:..,Q,,0 B A a" ' '-Q O "-tl Q 2 13 ' ' E CJ 20 1 n g E. Q rU0 5 ga 5 SEQ g o P lg at 2 NM . . . . I, . . . . . . . .' . ' T m H . . .g . , .g U 5 5 S ' 1 r Q E reg 4 ii 5 3 5 Q . 1 F 1993 ,, 35 ., Hd J r Ga D A .. fs OOO o oo!! 0 S- l lr Q 'vp 51352 Yew f -wo? -. Ck W '7"""" of 'E' ' ,295 f 40 ,9f'e:w2meQ, ai-we-gg-J,5'3 ""a QQ : Q V, rv O J o Enghsh Department developed a drstmctlve style whlch marks If as one of the greatest m Amerlca The emphasxs ln the Engllsh teachmg IS not lard prlmarlly on drill which rs monotonous but a varred course IS provlded nn whxch creative wrntmg of exther verse or prose ns mmgled xn the study wlth a treatment of community cnvlcs and a gammg of an understandmg of public hfe and nts mstltutxons W "IA ll! JLJ Mlss Shepherd as head of the department has provlded sever1l textbooks appropnmte for the subjects taught m the Hrst years of English The complete success of the courses ns enhanced by the perfcctnon of the lxbrary which provldes the readmg for them l H A Anderson H Lang R Sbllvy R B Wentz-r VZ T tang VEQMQEQQQEBQESQEUESDWQSHQZUWEESHRM E' QSEQE3 C3 3 E? 1' Gm Q99 172, C9906 'x's., CBCQCNQ , mfg Q be 1-5 Q Q CD 'gn Dc? 'QAJAZEFSVH Q Q rrr r ,SWAN J, f S M , . 5' 'V MQO .... ........ - ,, ibut., Efiiif' O O V I ' Q, g gm Fi t Cl 0 a 5 gi f ID : SID Qt ' Q 11: QF 2 on Sam 5 UE B E - so E Fr . . . . . , 4:25 , Followmg the policy of the Umversxty Hlgh School the Engllsh Department has QQ 1 . . . . . . . . . . . ' gall . . . . . . .. . . . ' . as y L , s .e s s s t s , lla t . . .... I ii ' 4 ' e D 3 a l l u I SOC :ffl ' F Q t E QB , E D538 l G t .. Q3 0 3 9 an M V U F! p p - y A L DO D li I v A O o Q I O Q 'rv' N ' .Q 0 3 Q o En W Q D QE E E He 5 H 500 2: E U Q O F me D D U FU gl, C Q ga? -1 -X HW?" 'H Wf wg- - Q :B is :.J'-1' 4? Ernsl R. Brfslirb Mathematics Department In the study of Mathematxcs the courses cover the field ln five years from the sub Freshmen level to the umor Col lege course To enable a student to obtam a rncher and a more pracucal course the vanous elements of mathematxcs are taught together Wxth a staff of superlor teachers skllled 1n the pnncnples of teaching as well as mathematncs the de partment IS vnsxted contmually by representatlves of dlstant schools seekmg for lmprovements m method G E Hawkins I M O'Rourke I S Georges L 101111 C A Stone Tuentg One Q 2 Ss 80 Q Q Woo DMU JJ Q78MEQ Ei39?CS'l25.lliE'5lQElWEEQR,m '?f QQ E' C2 :S o Q C?l3 Q69 fyzk 6006 'x"5,,,, C5663 'Q-xg Q 0 C 6 Lf!!-Jrfgi Q GG W YLQXY C9 'gb 0 Q 5kfs.'xf'ifJ 0 tg l at l - Q a s I - . J' - egg ' I. ' . f 3 . . . h y aa a s a O E a 2 ll? B I Lil o c an 0 . I x D o 0 O su. EE we 1 - D jews F EPP f r. .w.:rn , a- e sg v".n"'g O '- .. , ,H :ll .... 'ff-. 4 Q , V A - - -in ph N Q o . ,. 4, o -:GO .9992 6412225 em QS' QQ ' 1? ' cs A. G. Borer Hemi of Frvnrb Dl'I7llffIHI'Hf French Department The French department has departed from the conventlonal ln xts manner of mstructlon teachnng by the conversauonal manner and atremptmg to relegate memonza non of grammar to antnquxty However as the sy stem IS still m 1ts mfancy nn comparatlve development there are stnll many problems to be surmounted m the teachmg of the language The lnterest m the language by the students has been shown by the forma tnon of French club and a steady correspondence between Amerlcan and French hxgh school students M C Greene Rulb Norman E Sfnnk fucntg Tun 3 eil 80 W pun .JJ EQMSLWJQEQEQETEEIQSQQSU WEEEHELB I Egrgggsggrisi E5 8 LL.. 0575 G23 V GGG ff.. Grimes -s., 3606 . sq m M-xx. Nha Q 5:22 Q SO Q Q Q0 U .,' , V . . - V :Q . , . . 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S UGC C F1 E 4 W e l Flsu' M SIIlIfbIf'S Latm Department In the Latm department of the Umversnts 1-hgh school as m tne prmcrpal other departments of the school a progresslve and modern style has been developed for the teachmg of the language As a xarrant from the conventronal memorlzatnon of gram mar the language as m the modern language departments ns taught by the conversatronal method wnth no mtroductxon of grammar m the first year The method has been strlk mgly successful and 15 prlmarnly due to the fact that the language xs understood by the students and IS not a mere drxll From thls school the system has been spre1d ox er the country m varrous progressive mstntutlons which realize superlor qunlltnes M W Dillingham M Fug Mmm Tuenfg Three Q10 LQ SE Woo GJ' .JJ tfeeggw Qarragggguw ruse time a we C23 fkfyqi-'ff-55 66 w Y-.exe O 5,3 t A.. 83 :Q , 3 H 1 1 ' .... .g -' Fl :ff 4 on yd r so Fl Ig C49 " 4 gt at +0 H lilo G . 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' s . .y .... , - mm get yas, to 9 - E . 5 E 3 t l E scglf F5 ,sg f f L -' E a l' 4 E F' I S as so S . n. h , 'E E E 3 ' 2 P " U ' l 0 E -f-V - nl? 6 E R O BB - SEV 'n - 12'-r a OF' .. s-Q1 5 , " safa r i i n ' ss ' E 1' Q ' goof!-'fl E a -3 T , , n Q i 933 dl' G Mr V411 E The Musrc Department The Music Department gives to the student both a study of music appreciation and a practical experience in the composition of original music Each year the department produces many pieces of music which are of exceptional quality The department is Wm equipped with both a library of famous recordings and a radio with which to listen to various types of music Mr Vail the head of the department also has charge of the school orchestra which recently gave the school a talented recital during the Monday Morning Assembly hour The orchestra practices daily in the old gym In addition to all this Mr Vail has charge 7-'A of the high school glee club and the daily services across the campus in the Bond Memorial J LJ Chapel The Medrcal Department so The Medical staff of the school is characteristically efficient always present in case them in their physical education Research Department Although for many years records have been kept in the High School of student development along psychological lines this work had not yet developed to the importance that it has now attained Tests are made each year and the correlation of these data serve as remarkably complete studies of progressive educational development Pi Tu mty F: e VHEHELEF EQECSUSEE-SIEEHQEU SHJHQQJQQEE E QS 'E' QCQC9 f'I'l'X G ag rxgq-X, caqaovg K Q fa ea i kwa Q ima 5 . 23 ,, Q U lg 0 i s , , E - :I T Z T e e ei g us T ii ' U l X V .. . A G. I ' . , . .I .. . . Q . i . 5 EU ' T . . . ' ' ' .. 5 . ' - ' 5 "W r C A T S AP - '- NE Q so a , .. i , i 5 dd of accident, and continually correlating studies of the individual students to better advise '. 1 . . . . i Q U E ,G E as EEF U 2 E 1 ' i E . . ' ' a ' . ' Q Q5 - . i i H a ' U. U F 0 5200 . Q i in E is 'fr anc 7 f I ' "QT Q "'W f .f'F""'?, -..1-JSP The work of the Manual Arts department stnll another aspect of the student s lnfe re a l fl-a--fs Z as Q 5 H Caffe' lm rpgoq m :DJ-?." u: N E F D Goa l l r V Q 6 EF - E T , I S d 1 T T El A X 4 LE: G U cg Q O EQ , I .Yfl'f,C. fS'1v1iIlJ " E1l,Q!'l1t' C. Williz'k 5 5 ,v7'2r,k?fS1M- M q t Manual Arts Department IS developed m a h ghly efficient manner Smce the school ongmated as a manual trammg school the equlpment has been exceedlngly complete lncludmg one of the most CHTCICHI machrne shops m the mlddle west n use 1n a hugh school Home Economres Department The Home Economlcs department for gurls excluslvely develops prlmarnly a know edge of food and the manner of preparlng lt The study mcludes the economic aspect of the home nn all ts mtrlcacles and with the ald of able supervls on the students work nn h ghly perfected laboratorles m Blame Hall A I M Sf un III B rm 4 A Turlzrr 73 W ll ff. KEMQQPQEQEQCSRSQUQSBQSUWEEEEHBQ E QS 'E V 999 ff, Gfiwcm x., we as WWJ ' hw..- .ff we Q 'a 86 23 as m, H . 80 I l .' .. . . l. . ,t - ' Q9 1 . 1, Q . an g i ' . '. . ' U! ,, Q l Soi l d E ca 5 Q G . U ilxl- . 1' " sr V 2" . 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The Library The Lrbrary of the Umversrty Hugh school rs one of the most complete rn the Umted States and the system of study whrch has been developed IS commensurate wrth the other progress of the school As a result of thrs the rulmg agamst mterference of the school work m the home was made smce each student IS prov1ded wnth sufHc1ent txme nn the study hall to perform what exercxses are necessary for the classes In thrs CmClCI'lt manner habrts of study are developed rn the students whnch prepare the way for college educatnon The Geography Department In the Geography Department one may obta1n courses rangmg rn scope from the sxmplest fundamentals of geography to an xntensnve study of each xmportant country treatmg slgnlficant characternstlcs The unnor College course taught by Mlss Foster gxves college credlt Miss Foslrr Tu entx Erghl Q0 fi SQ Wea O44 l f D553 VZ 1 7994915255 BQEQQSUSSDUEEQQOSV W 3 be H393 Qu? Q QA f7"A'.y QGQCD 'ze-mt 0CfBf"9 QGQNVAQAGQ KX4 E ur, so B . . . . . . . JS Eg y s s s 1 . s 2 A. U. . I. I. .D 3 r . P ME all l s l P l 6 F ,D . gk 'r E225 E3 ssl l ew s ro ' U an 1' f i, U 0 , .., ' - racy-f-Qc-ff M Off I " CL XP, , 0 - Y ' ' ' , ' Il o o " o D '. O rs' - ' cooo oon i fgiofvofg l55.X'Y4i':9if9'qq In the Social Science de artment is included the study of ancient and modern history N E? 'A B fi-IQ , g, S-Qrx O 'fp .yo m -NJN? Q F, G LJ G O Howard C H111 :ICICI Soc1al Science Department P studies of American political instituticns and economic society In this department perhaps is best exemplified the spirit of progress characteristic of the school With a broadmmded and talented personnel the courses are com counteract the conventional dogmatic instruction method in which the facts are placed in an incontestable manner before the student and a system of suggestive interpreta tions for consideration and analysis leaving room for a dis play of individual initiative is utilized A F Barnard E Dawg Weaver Wflllslorz W1 on TLNII3 Xmc Raw Woo ICQ DE' PIII il m fg?-1-l:..y V 69'x"s.,x. Sentara 63 gg U' SVEQEXQQQSEBQEQEHQSQUESHQEU 513359333 E QEEEECEQ2 Lf'9i'lVJ QGC6 QGG 'X Cl occ: G'x1fx,'5gZx P f' " ' , to ,W f f ' if FQ 0 0 F o - r 25 E cg E r SE 2 i r 5 . . so ri E Q E X 1. . .. - I pactly instructive and inspiring. A special effort is made to ovjfpf Q Egg . a ' e ' E Fl . . '. . . i 1 .n 1, Y I 5 . .. . .. ' ' N 5 5 ' , A E sam . . 5 Z O E new E v DE G Q H o . 2951 H y .. e gui W ,, f ' ' IDE 5 i E ' A' nv R 0 u- A I ff Q . o f!! l i Q CJEPJP VRF' 'YQ f ew-9' :ASQ i E V553 fry -4 0- E f P! in rv A? 1 0O.Lg5. eo Qt... ,5,l,,,5'Fg E W we, one -sf o P Fred G Ambal Sc1ence Department The Scxence department of the Umversxty of Chxcago Hxgh School provndes for tvxo years of general scnence and tvso years of blology as well as phvsncs and chemrstry study methods to such a degree that nt has been extended to other schools 1ll oxer the country The use of automobrles m the study of bxologv has enabled the classes to scout the countrysnde for mrles around for subjects to study In the general scxence courses the student IS prepared for the further study m exther bnology chermstrv or physrcs by the knowledge of the elements of the subjects The chemrstry course mcluded a study of orgamc and morgamc chemnstry of a pr1mary nature O D I'ranL Clifford H01 I C Mayfzlal I M ORUIIYLI' 'Y Tlmty 9 ll J-J EEQESQQRQESWEEIXQEBQEU WE 533953 Si-QQ P11253 9959 f'I'f.k Q 00 fN1x'3., GCQCBHQ wg-A CQ 1 g fo xvfxg-'img Qi-X 30 SQ Jffxiiffm w ","" " "-- .. . l a........,-1-2 1 - .fl .... .,.. - -'egg I-,, Q ' E D 9 V 'f,5 .9 I y In n . uno., I A ' 4 2 ogngl 5 D Q F . l ,0 L Jo rg 0 -fog F1 ala l .-no E ala U Ol 2 D QB: 5 U . - H ,- so , ed . 7 in cf Y SB . 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NVQ: H Rf 'R L - R- P 'U' Y E s .Y . , A " " w e E 0.99923 :V-4" o gnu 5' J E CQ : 2 H1 S ill-H11 DHL f E Evalme MCN I Semor Class Oflicers CHARLES MERRIFIELD Ev L NE MCNEIL WILLIAM SILLS CARL STROUSE HILMAR LUCKHARDT PEGGY MOORE PEGGY CARRY JEAN EILENBERGE Char a rveC ec et ry e Co tree eCo 6 I3 Tl Cb, Woo una JJ Pi VJEQYWQQQESQQUTFUEBHQEUQPOEFWEQMR E QS? Q39 1:26052 U 5.31 Qc-RB B ali? OWSJQQ3 FQ ff fm fNf-Q., saws: fx. Q :N ce fuvv-rfx can vfcxfimge ca Nlx-:rx '52 2 7 13.9311 0 E fa F23 35 E A 1 o 0 HQ - l l I . 1 E Q X , 5-. E Q S o. if ' A U . 9 SEQ . H23 E 5 A A Vice-Presidenl ' gag :E . , . dd ? Q i 5 ..,...,........,,....,.....,... President F g A I ' V .4 .Y .b .t .H ,n .I .4 .n .n .b .E .A .n .n .n .n .h .A .H .I .A .H .H .V .A .V .V .n .-Y'LGeE:reZid5nt E E ........,......... i m n Execu i ommittee Q ........,...........,. ExecutLve Commfttee A D BROWNLEE HAYDON ...............,,..... Executxve Commnttee '- E ' I ...,....................... Executiv mmi E 0 5 1 ..... ....,...........,.. E ec tiv mmittee ad - . . . . ............... E c ti Commirt e L S A ca .. 0 Q ' . W " G35 C5 EES? ' E G F QUE 0 n o 33 g . U :E T, ., . ' ' m '- n-ce gg E ' A 0 R D A fa: I V: cs O , Q - o . ' ' .- . - .-', Q S - gf- E - A i',.'1'L,'i'2, 1' - xg, 'aff ' . E Less EPP .-G 3 " ie "'-n , ef A so- SKSEJ 1 U sgwy. "" .. .'A, .9l4-.....-5-'- - A .... ' -'egg'-,,e I Q '- O -GO .QVC got:-enum sos' QQ: HFLFN ADKINS Vofhoever sand red heads are bad tempered had neycr met our Helen Or as that pleasant mild expression decenung us? Its too bad she has to waste so much of her personalxtx on a tram gonng to and from school for we should luke to be better acquamted wnth her A nt ns vue knovs her to be a qulet self possessed youny, person CAROLINE ALSCHULER Carol ns a tall athletxc lookmg glrl wxth t tractxve red dnsh hanr She possesses a happy dns posxtxon ns well balanced and a good sport he has gone out for a few outsnde actnvmes and excels m athletncs havmg made the all star hockey team She ns peppy nnterested nn almost exery thmg and makes frnends casxly VIRGINIA ARTMAN Jmny ns one of those shy people who keeps matron wall be found m that head of hers nf she can be persuaded to reveal some of t She as serious minded and can be counted on for almost any thmg and ns a very hkeable person I OUIS BAE R If you have ever notnced a tall heavily bunlt dn77y loolung blonde walkmg swxftly down the hall be sure to get out of :ts may because otherwlse nts lxable to walk rxght thru you Louxs mem bershxp nn I-I1 Y and hrs extreme modesty mark hum as a bashful member of the class but dont let that fool you he can reallv dame mth romantnc expressxon on hrs face 0 Q5 JZ! 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E MU i s Y O C G S ,Oo A RANIDOLPH BEAN Each year the Sensor class rs blessed by the ascensnon of one or more yumors mto nts precepts Bean IS one of the few that we can honestly say we enjoy hnvnng as a member Randolph has always been a loy al supporter of thc schools actnv mes and has shown hrs loyalty m has posntnon of defendmg the supply room agamst the wnles of lmpatnent UI-Inghers Rene as the French de partment wall have xt ns ever ready to assnst tht tnmnd Freshman as well as the bored Sennor m thus capacuty Somctnmes when we hear has croonmg., voice rlsmg abowe the dm of a prom band we fear for the safety of Rudy Vallee s positron Perhaps the Maestro may some day be superseded by thus one and same for he certamly has ments of great promnse WARZALIL BIOSSAT Marzalxe IS one of those lnsngmhcant lnttle thmgs that seem to be eserywhere makmg things g nght Although her partxcnpatxon m extra curnc ular actnvnty has been lnmxtcd nt has been notxced that she was an ardent soccer and track rooter Marzallles versatlllts either as a social light or as an allround good sport ns well known m the cor ndors of the school JH BLACK Here mdeed we have a hnghlnght' It may be seen flaming from quite a distance and the sound of nts slllllng IS a famllxar one It has not lent much of nts brxllnancy to nts studnes but nevcrthe less II casts a brlght rcflectnon wherever ut goes and ns guaranteed non extmguxshable Long may ut blaze' ELIZABETH BLISS Ellzabeths demure appearance camouflages bright personalnty and a Hrm will Elnzabeth has many frlends and she held an nmportant posmor as Chanrman of the Servnce Committee We sm cerely hope that she will pass the College Boards and enter Wellesly next year vuth flymg colors lv K' Tlntx I1 e of D lf' ll! 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"f 5 U a E 'H fl-3 5 ,E as l -' 5 l ll s an E " - E' -" CD e l 0 E sd o O H nuu Q Q Ji ai fy' 172-Qld Os. o tor e I F DV '40 fo an QTPM mom Q'-Jw W1 000 W 1 Tliiriy-.S'i.1' f,,sA.,g,'X,L -xx-,ff fikl-f 410- KM ZZ JP HAROLD BLOCK Hal can entertain anybody anywhere and vias probably thc saviour of the soccer and track team in their respectne seasons As Captain of Indoor track Harold has set a truly remarkable record and it is a fitting climax to his two years of vusecracking at U High Hes just one of the boy s-Oh uhoooa' ERNEST BOGIN frnest came to U High from the suburban school of Morgan Park and has in his two brief years in our midst earned a unique place for him self He is famous for his drawing ability and that big smile of his and the ability to argue with his chemistry teacher VIRGINIA BOOTH If anyone is in doubt as to who Virginia Booth is let them come out onto the hockey field and look for the most dependable player. She may also be found in the tank swimming powerfully winning relays for both her class and the Imps. She has light red hair and dances well. RUTH E. BOYNTONI Known to many of her friends as "Boots" Ruth is an earnest worker and a constant delight to her teachers, She takes to French like a duck to water, and being president of the French Club she can usually be found around the French office. She is a musician of no mean ability and composes some of her own selections. She attends several clubs and was pledged to Phi Beta Sigma in her junior year. Above all her sweet disposition and quiet dignity have brought her many friends. 5- Es' T Of' if nu Q95 nm U E1 I PS5 u ' s'aQ'rjL15g2m7r1mg3SgQa wee Ovmomn sstzgagggg fm t so Q Ecsoiume U all rsui' frm Q12-RQQBQD5 O s mm G3 ,ff Un W 'PU C CF gil Kita' 0 O Y A ' - Q s Afffi ww -? v q5a1f,'w'Xa'5,i so mv- f QQQ QGQ X".5.'NC 'B'2,fJ 006 F"X'I'4X".Y'if9Q A QOH I f K A I I 1 T ' I f ifis w G09 W l All f I ,XZ F ?Q ' 1,411 V X I io? 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JE-Q p i 25 F i L , - I U I 2,5 5 I H A jig ' ' V' E is 1. 2 F., ' ' E Lad ' 5 U ' , 13 ESQ E! is -Oc rf ,rar H U23 F7 gi 19 - Z9 6 6.3-.gg' F HOWARD BRESSLER Howie rs one of the quiet fellows who pre serves hrs fame by a conservative srlence broken only occasionally by a wrrecrack or some gem of financial wisdom fdoubtless the result of :r day canvassrng for ads with a net 7c final totalj Although not a star on the track team Howie was no slouch at tramprng off the half mrle for the Alma Mater Qdo or drej RUDOLPH BRl:TZ Rudy has been long and widely famous as the artist of the school Prom hrs freshman year he has been following hrs talents and developing them to a remarkable extent But that rs not hrs only rnterest as Mr Frank wrll tell you for Rudolph rs a star student havrng been a Phr Bete as a Junior and president of the Scrence Club as a drgnrhed Senior RONALD BRUNSWICK Ronald although always around rs so quiet that he rs seldom evrdent He has not dergned to participate very deeply in the extra-curricular activities of the school, but he supports the various teams at the time when support is most needed. just his quietness makes us predict a great future for him in the business world. CECILE BRUYERE Cecile, better known to her many friends as Peggy, is one of the most vivacious in the senior class. Ever bright and cheery, our Peggy is bound to chase away the blues for one, and she's always ready for a good time. Her originality has been proven by several bits of unusual poetry in the Gargoyle, and she is athletic as well as artistic, having played on many teams. She has made a host of friends for herself at U. High. P Thirty-S even Woo LGE D53 U o vc: B . ' f U g A A U. o EQ SUEQQE EERE? QE Er? esSeeMQei32?E5E2eeSEII5EE52EEE5ieEFEEE?Q55Ee3iEES E? P 0 ' v , R A CCOOQ-' ' ..,. ' 3 0 , D ,gg was , f- e R E DJ cw i 3 R 9 1 - ,WU i s W 1 6. U U - 1 :se 2 U a e r SEQ 2 HE R Q ' . -' F , ' so : Tfgq r 2 P ' e - s EQ ,SEC :P 3 - - 5 'ff we - UQ ,, ig ggi l'wL3L? 15 ' -lfllhv OO ' I QR --1.. K In I WU K .ff I X Jima. -- ,. .,, Ivvbl I 1 . 1 KN :mu .A,, J A I I .....:,, L M . U E 9 Cf 'T '60 9991: 3'4" 'G 423 O t:'f-mvg buf? Of? lu I Un, " , A 500533 5 y y N 1 y 1 0 , 0 1 o 1 1 , l L , Q? cu F BEATRICI' BYFORD Bea can be found hurryung around the halls alvuays lookung for someone or somethung of um portance Thus brusk person us one of the best Pep hockey players slue sells subscruptuons for ueryfthung vuuth real speed Among her attrubutes are snappy clothes pretty haur and an unfectuous laugh DCU HELILN FR ANCIb CAPP At 3 30 Helen us usuallv seen puttung on her capp ready to go places and do thungs She has Ulu In not done a great deal to cause excutement at U Hugh but lunuuts her outsude actuvutues to attend ung the uaruous clubs Among her closest acquaunt ences she us regarded as an all around good seout PILGGH CARRY Peggy us one of the unost all round gurls un U Hugh always popular whether at a party a stu dent councul meetung for un the J C Hustory Classj As an athlete and Presudent of the G A A Board she has certaunly made herself promunent and well knovun to uery student un U Hu lu MARTIIN CHLEVFR around U Hugh that Marty has not had a hand un at some tume or other A Phu Bete un hus unuor ytll' :u member of several clubs an actuve member of the publuc speakung team and partucupatuon un unurelass atluletucs haue eharacteruzed Marty s txtra currucular aetuuutucs durunu, hus years .ut our stluool Besudes bemg entluusuastuc un the doungs of thu. sthool he us a hm fellow and all of you who luau not tome un contant vuth hum durung your sux at sthool hav. nuusstd a real treat uh E1EMS'lQ3EEiEQlFS1lIi?5lQE3US'L3gE5ERB2 '?3 Q3 CE? 999 f ' Groom so om ' B 1 15,3 QQ Six Q r- ,gee MJZW-Yfgf x?-g1vg,q9 ?Q'Ava'AgGo35i6l-gfgo I I 1 Q CDO fu 1 ae 11 L Ol! -g H 1 A u .L SBE ' X U I V. , ' .' . '. w ' .ml H 1 21 1 - A N 'UQ lag, A ' A r fs F A s A ' Du l PD ' f .' . '. ' fi- l 8 Q f . A - ' ' . , :Cl ' E E 1 There are y'ery' fewlthings that have gone on y Q '. ' . .y .J . E g 2 A I 1 9 - -y gsaz 1 el! , 1Aapg,yp1r 3 54 f:sUf"l7 .. Q5 1 1 1 y 5 ' , ' E., 551' . 'Y -'ll 'h'-zyrlut I Q D A A 0 E 0 Q all P '.: -,g v, - Q , 1 ., , 0 , 'H-:fH'!k:wr'H2fpu4fh'LffL 1 A ':?gJ?e cvs.. I JQUJUQ " :LE 'wr . .J L' M nu Q G FW? .I qi' 001 - ww' ' O ve? ,. j- D 0 ' "C vu 0 ss? J 1. O . ..,,, . V L.....nw"- ' ' . 5 A ,,,,,, , ,, . ..... - J: Pu not X I Us 3" '-Q ' "-,' o D I was 0 9' I-J 0 0 OOO O T ..999'o oqmom -'sd of? 3 RUPI:RT CHUTKOW Rupert us one oi those fellows vsho has made up hus mund that he would really do somethung for the school durung hus stav and contrubute some thung worthy He has done more than that Nearly every form of actuvuty has felt some of hus deter munatuon He has been one of Mr Maroneys advocates for sometume and has worked hard on the cagers squad thus year Let s hope that Rupy s determunatuon us catchung ut mught help the unuors' RICHARD COCHRAN The superlatuves would be terrubly overworked uf an attempt was to be made to hut at the real personaluty of one of the finest fellows our school has ever known Hus determunatuon seems to be boundless We all know hus splendud spurut on the athletuc field and how he us unable to be downed even by a surgeons knufe He serves as fittung specumen for the rusung underclasses un the future He has the pluck of Kerr and the nerve of Lawler what more could anyone ask for? If you haven t known Duck and those who havent are few you have really mussed knowung a boy youll never for get When Duck makes up hus mund ut stays made up and ut takes a verutable Patruck Henry to talk hum out of a thung Its a puty there can t be more Ducks un our school NORMAN CURTIS Norm U Hughs track wuzard us another of those people who has so many thungs to wrute about that ut makes ut very dufhcult to find a begmnung Norms record seems to speak for urself and no tume need be spent on hus personaluty Everybody knows and lukes Norm Hard pluggune us one of hus outstandung characterustucs and tlut reason for so many of hus vuctorucs for Mr Walker s department Norm always has a way all hus own to do everythung perhaps most of us wouldnt mund knowung some of hus ways Hus cars han the next We have few real undnudualusts and Worm us one of them a person we are proud to have here at U Hugh and one the school wull muss grcztlv ROSAMUNID DARGAN If there are any other gurls luke Rosaunund wastung theur tume un France uts a shame for theur unfluence should be felt at U I-lugh gust as shes made hers felt As a result of her untel lugence and good looks as well as her personaluty her career at U Hugh has been an exceptuonal one Her dramatuc talent has been dexeloped un the Drama Club and her executuwe and luterary abuluty vuon her the posutuon of Edutor of the Gargoyle Tluurlx X me 85 EBMSIQQEQEQIDQMESIQEV WE 5338535 T Q5 Es? 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'Jax d o , Q th, f o 40 Q -' m 4:55 oe-,mum :vu-1' JPG X LILY MARY DAVID Take a good look at the muss who us always rcccuvung R s and who has a hand un many actuv utues Beung a very untellugent person she made Phu Beta Sigma un her junior year She us always doung extra work to the dismay of her classmates fask anyone un the German II class'J and nothung us too difficult for her Luly Mary us bound to be successful un anythung she may attempt and wull alvsays be a crcdut to U Hugh MARTHA DRYBURGH Martha and her shadow or us ut Helen and her shadow? can be seen walking the halls of U Hugh any tume before three twenty but then they seem to practically dusappear Vlartha us one of those quuet gurls that has such a vast influence regardless And let us tell you shes no slouch as an athlete WALTER DUVALL Wally has justly earned his great fame as U. Highs basketeer par excellence which preceded luim to the Midway, and has amply justified his enviable reputation. But more than that he has a likeable nature, and his modesty has made him one of the leaders of the class of '31, What is Kcntucky's loss is our gain, and our only regret is that it didn't happen four years sooner. JEAN EILENBERGIZR Jean is the one of the things that makes life worth living when the buds begin to bud and the showers begin to shower. She is one of our most lively seniors, and there is more than one person who will miss that sunny smile in the next years. jean is a member of the French club and is one of the best athletes Qfemininey in the class. 0 'Foo L.. 1 , I IE u gm U ' U45 gs ' Q A f45uEmQQQE3S5WSl2f'3'uUl?5lQSl Q3 EERQ2 55' EQ 415 J ' Co il' Q 2:38 5-k.3'f '9 Q l -FDS-,Tau lb .. H LL.. om G13 Q59 QGQQ ,YSLJQ GGCEQ Q ,qge V --I K . ., Ph. ff OU'OCD 'r,,. 'N RE S: I 71: 3, -7 X, xy ,S ,... 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OF? 5 " ' Q H nb fx 'vt O 5' 'G "', 5 0 ., 2 E U BEVERLY FLLFINXV OOD Beverly possesses a qunet reserved manner but you can depend on her for anythmg and she has a good sense of humor She IS a staunch supporter of the clubs and publncatnons and goes out for athletncs proung her sk ll nn that lme The wholesome spmt that ns about her and her modest friendly dxsposmon have made her wnll lxlted by the faculty and the student body ELIZABETH EMMERT W Few people know Betsy for she ns another of these quxet modest gurls who must be known mtl mately to be apprecxated She ns blessed wnth a wonderful dxsposmon and a good sense of humor and can laugh heartxly when the joke IS on her self She IS a very conscnentnous worker and a loyal Pep She as much beloved by her own par txcular group of frnends V I pug Je! ADA LSPENSHADE Vnvn IS a Pep ln more ways than one She and Pep team but us one of the best students the Semor class She ns a most wnllnng and capablt worker m any cnterprnse and always puts the best of herself nn all that she docs Her enthusuasm for everythmg and her readxness for fun make her a valuable addntaon to anv group MARIAN FVANS Marnan lnves up to her txny flgure by bcmg wmsome and cute We thunk that she may turn xnto an elf any mmute Her mnnd however does not match her physxque for she has been heard to express herself on weighty problems economnc and otherwxse But her laughmg moods are more numerous than her sernous ones qv!-f PZ Fortg Om' EQQEQQQEQSEQWQJJEEHQEUWEEQEM UF Qggflho Q QQ SQ B olifg C?t3 f-15 QQ -xx., Gcafawa ff-lggy-N 5 e o .cf Q 5 QQ G ?X:,'Q1,C1!0 oc: 'VXTIXA-179 0 El UM U up 1 E nn E2 5 . gl 3 Es 1 4 ci 395 E SEQ Egg n . ' r I Y l mtl. QM S f s 5 Q t..,ggL.,g of eve, , fm 1 E E if S " f - fa ' l 2 J Q E' 1.1 'n gb h .' ' . ff '12 E ra V . 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Q U 0 0 457 -999-0 Q digg-iam Quiz' OQQ NIH 1x0 OWEN FAIRWFATHER In Ins five years m the halls of U Hugh Owen has rxsen from an obscure lltzle sub frosh to the most lmportant posntnon the school can gnc Hrs smcernty hrs executne ablllty and hrs constant cheerfulntss have won hmm the posltxon as one of the finest fellows m the class and have enabled hmm to lead the Student Councxl thru one of nts best years In addntlon to hrs Student Councnl actnxtles Owen was a star on the soccer basketball and baseball teams thus roundmg out hrs extremely versatnle career NOEL GERSON Noel has dxstmgunshed himself at U Hugh by two thmgs has scholarshlp and hrs partncnpatxon m student life He made Phu Beta Sigma m has junior year and hrs work on the Correlator has culmmated nn the busmess managershnp of thus ns the only founder of the Gargoyle stxll m school Noel has been active m conductmg the affairs of his class and was largely responsible for the success of this years Book Faxr FRED GIFFORD Fred ns one of those qulet but mterestmg fel lows that are to be found m every class He has perhaps the most exen temper and the most luke able personalxty of any of our members Fred has always shown a dxstmct mterest m the clubs and ns often found poundmg water m the new poo He xs an ardent enthusnast of thus sport domg much to stnmulate mterest m a smmmmg team Thls year because of an mlury to his leg red has been unable to be as actxve as of late years but he stnll wears the old smnle and carrxes on m spxte of xt all MARGARET GOI- TSCH Goctschne ns one of those few people who takes studymg sernously and yet has ume for other thmgs She attends sexeral clubs regularly goes out for all the gurls athletics and often ends up on an Imp team She ns a loyal U Hlgher very dependable and a walued fnend m her own group Wm nu PZ ?Q'32b'?2,5'l1'35ii3'6.291eallQ,Oulll?3lQ2ll B-gig EEE? 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O v.'c O ' 'fl' I 1 ' 0 BILL GORMAN We are sorry that Bill wasn't with our class right from the start. However, in the two years we have had to become caquainted with him, we have all learned to like him. Everything that Bill starts is well finished: for proof, just look at the fine job he did as manager of the basketball team. Bill has a likeable personality and is sure to suc- ceed in whatever he docs. DAVID HALL Dave has been one of those quietly msigniicant members of the Class of 1931 who although always present seems to prefer seclusion to the continual chatter of the halls Dave has not graced any of our athletic teams but we can remember him as a basketball player back in the days of Gym Temp gym classes and sad birds MATILDA HAMMERSLOUGH Matilda is that rather small sery blond girl you ve seen around the halls She is very mde pendent and possesses satmr fun' as well as being., 1 good sport She has gone out for athletics and she made the all star hockey team Everybody likes Matilda and she has many warm friends X Y X JMIK HARRIS ack is probably the most popular fellow the school As President of the Boys Club seems to have succeeded in doing every duty e quired jack has been on many of the school teams in the last three years particularly the bas ketball squad He is half of the entertainment at the H1 Y meetings as various of the Hi Yers will testify s I I Forty Three Q I so Z is Slim F 80 E Q nu U! 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O : E an 55115 0 f Q A ' o E 0 B U A W Q 'E gg D o O . 3 -' - Q C5 C9 '-2.CD , .Q1 66.fB g5' ai'g75 SCD 5 V K-4 Q GGG f 4 P! y T3 we EFKLW me--H -Q-1-FQN F Uvfo lgffi-QQUL m me Ocamom 'J'-'J' JPL ' N Forty-I-'mir Brownlee is perhaps the most sersatile boy in the graduating class His breadth of interests range from Einstein to being one of the few fel lows who is willing to take over such a big ,ob as being Editor m Chief of this book Faithful hours of trying work and organizing ability far above the average have resulted in this volume The Semor Class of 1931 hereby totes him as one of the finest fellows in and out of U High RUTH HLINEMANN Ruth generally in the company with ane can bc sccn strolling the halls of U High rather non chalantly often followed by several male aspn rantsOJ Ruth is not only a rather competent student but she can hold her own on the athletic field and the dance floor equally vscll JEAN HELLER can is a nice-looking blonde who dresses with particular care and good taste. She has a rather reserved manner but is good company as her many friends will testify. The outside activities of the school have' held no particular interest for jean but she is interested in drawing and her ambi- tion is to become an artist. JANE HEMPLEMAN Those sutfocated giggles you hear in Assembly emulate from jane. She is unique in her ability to chuckle at 8 A. M. But then-is she not one of the smilingest girls at U. High? She meets good news and bad with the same dazzling display of incisors. She is well-groomed and thoroughly feminine from her perfect waves to her neat shoes. She has fulfilled her duty as a citizen by holding successfully the position of secretary and repre- sentative on the Girls Club Board. 4 E Woo , A V U l E y seemaeoeseemeiesuemoegeeeeae e QE 2 Jooo ooo X-ser a-,Q noe exrqffdfvo Q is - Q 'Q is LLL E f P Tfi 1, s 'Y 953' ff 529612 .,s. li, CLE . T go., i E 5 N, xv J Q ' . uw Q , o ' FP ...asf a 1 y i D cop I ii O n 0 o F .. 9 i - ., IE Q 1 TBROWNLI-,L HAYDUN l . 2 T' U ' . ' ' 1. i o T i . SQ- . v .. ' .. E i s . 'I 90 M i QE .4 i 'W .E 7 T - ' ' J , 'aj i ' ' ' .' MQ T w ' . ' .Mr 1 . Big 1U - i G5 To 5 J FE va -- - ' so ' ,stil Q C9 v. I Q oils ' DS? , v .5 , G T-'-lQ!:"' ,, V i Q xffi 1? ' a , r ' - X 0 of f1?'5fM" - .f 3: w ield S , eqiifg ' ' ' ' 'K F 3 it "-"-1 waz? oczmsfm - QQCQ sg F3 ff rf 'f 1 :dial - - .Era Fun -5 ID O CATHARINE HOFFER Trune ns a line type of gnrl She gets her name for bemg such a true frnend to all who know her and shes famous for her blushing fthe cause of whlch ns a deep dark secret'J She ns a good worker and a good athlete supportlng the Peps loyally on many teams HELLNE HOLLANDER W Helene luke the sweetheart of Sngma Chu has cw blue eyes and golden hanr Shc 15 attractxve not only because of these assets but because of her wmnmg ways She supports the clubs goes out 9451 for athletncs was m several Drama Club plays If and has worked on the varuous publlcatlons She E ns energetic and well lrked by all 1 J-.J .0 o FLORENCh EUGLNII1 HOLT Ambntlous really ought to be Toots nnck 1 V She has travelled extensnvely and IS a ventable walltmg encyclopedia compared to the rest of us strugglmg for educauons She ns a member of the :in school publxc speaking team takes an active part ln many clubs and ns a fine athlete bemg found on many teams GORDON HOWATT Gordon ns that tall studnous lookmg boy whose name always seems to be xn the corner of the Mud way Cartoons Though some of the faculty mem bers may be delmquent nn thenr appreciation of hrs abuluty as a student you need look no farther for a really fine fellow Forty Iazze VEMQQQEQESUSS-3953920 Q53 EQHEQ E QEETE3 QSC? f7'-'fQ QGQQ: 'x'5.,, safari, try Q G.. 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O..a99',, Ir.p"-s C303 f'J' QQ ' X .3 fourg Su' EDWIN IRONS ldue us the star charter member of Mr M roncys famous Woman Haters Club but that us not hus only outstandung vurtue He made Phu Bere un hus unuor year and lukewusc along wuth hus sude kucks Haydon and Gorman Hu Y at the same tume The class of 3l wushes Fd best luck un the world un hus meducal work at the Unuversuty HARLOW jONl S Lvery one has a hobby a famous naturalust was once quoted as hauuuuu, saud We of U Hugh haue come to the conclusuon that Harlowe us the Kung of Hobbyusts Anyone famuluar wuth hus actuvutues concernung the motuon pucture game wull understand at once Characterutsuc of hus hobby he has been unterested un the scuence club for a number of years and has prepared and presented seieral laudable programs for uts members Don t be surprused uf one day un the near future you find the name of Harlow jones supersedung that of Carl Laemmle or some other equally famous movue pro ducer as U Hugh has fostered manv famous names of the past and vull contunue to do so JACK IXAHN xutally unterested un mechanucs of all kunds H us ulue school s foremost unventor the schools only Corporatuon and aboxe all a line fellow Th world of aeronautucs null welcome hum wuth open arms and no doubt ut won t be long untul we hear of ack as a great avuator ILLEANOR KORETZ lleanor us a good lookung brunette and contra ducts Anuta loos statement that gentlemen prefer blondes She us attracluve well dressed and us uustly famous for her brught remarks and many boy fruends Although she has a keen mund and natural abuluty she has not taken part un the out sudc atuvuues 4 W lf' 'WFQ DH 9 us sl U QEQQEQWSWWEHQQWEEQ F QE? cn E: :ETS o GC3 C3663 f?" 3669 live QCBCEQ gzgya QQ AGN'- N1 QQQ QGQ Xzv-Ge'fi"'CJ'000 75'xfs.'x.f'35790 1 AHJIQF If - - V W L, lllljfmi-flif, 4' llll HUT- , ffillnfjlll lm! 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E' rd., ' - eamueaefauer ' ' 'D Q 0 .-.Su 63658 .wh cnnoib W I- Q 5 u - In -A 1 eg , uuuu , A :ri buf gg sill - eyiilgj' g mf' mr Qlligyp " ' :w a SSD E F , U w gg 0 ' 2 Qnorlffl , A-- r . r Us ID DAVID KUTNER Dave this year was Editor m Chief of the cn larged and Improved Mndway and nn spnte of thus fault he IS one of the most bnlhant students mn the class He IS an athlete of no mean repute being on the soccer basketball and baseball squads David mcndentally won the Hugh MCBIFUEY Scholarship-a feat whnch speaks for xtself I LAWRENCE LAFFERTY Laurie ns one of those all round fellows who IS always popular wherever he IS He would have made a track man had nt not been for a weak heart and lt was practncally comnc watchmg hum trymg to get mto the lme agamst the Coachs orders durnng the soccer season Laurne made Hn Y nn i it hrs Jumor year and was manager of the baseball team thus sprung LILLIAN LAMPERT ' " yust stepped off a page of Vogue? Shes so chnc so well groomed and so perfect 1n every dttall Q She has so much ponse such refined manners and 1 cultured voice wnth such charmmgly dnfftrent personality Who lS she? It must be Nh rtle- no nts Lnlhan G MYRTLE LAMPERT E Then thus equally chlc equally refined equally dxfferent young thmg must be My rtle She has the same stunnmg outfit wnth the same mature ease and radnates the same charm Yet there IS a subtle dnfference nn appearance and character for these delughtful twnns are by no means stereo typed PZ Forts Steen Q VEQIEIQQQEQECSWSMESHQSU 33595339 05 QQ E' 0 o I3 j 96963 fkyfi Cacoaocm 'xxx cacacafg ,Hi-A QQ Q. C Fo xmawa wmawavge swam V ,419 5 o Y, l Hg 0 l - . .- 'nl 5 , l","1 'S' D L, I ' ""' QS f- "ax X 5 N A00 lg -Y - , ' 3 4 U N f' ea ll I. .l . ' 4 w E Q . . . I Q l - f y , 3 ln W l ,u-7 1 V ss Q . . . . . . ' tr. " Y+,v UU - U I .I ' l V- - ' ' mg - 3 . 5 YJ' lf' 5 l l Who is this girl who loolts as though she had l fn 13 D - . '- l E go . 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'Q AL .V "L. 4' lbs :Cf if Q X -4, .f I-sf' 4 6 .nf -I-air GAHAN LAW LER re he ls' The boy that runs the school Gahan knovvs every body and every body knovus Gahan for he IS everybodys pal and a great guy too If tver you chance to hear an explosnon or a dns turbance of any sort you can be sure that Gahan s at the bottom of ll all but m spite of that he as really one of the most harmless fellows rn the class and can usually be seen rrdmg around m somebody elses car or making llfe mtserable for an underclassman Hes captam of the baseball team and dtrectly or mdrrectly he controls every thmg and everybody tn the school XY hat a man' Heres luck to our Gahan .5 DAVID LAWSON Daves natural abnlntxes have been hampered t W To the Math department he ns the long awanted answer to a teachers prayers and llltcvuse m hrs other studnes he rs exceptionally proftctent I extra curncular work he has made a record due to hrs excellent supervlsxon of the Ghost and hrs consnstent efforts rn sports ll B JE 'IIA DOROTHY II: FOLD Dotty spends most of her ttme berng fnendly going on and off the enghteen dav duet sendmg classes mto convulsnons wrntmg romantnc stones and partncnpatmg vrolently nn all sorts of extra , .f currncular actlvxtxes An altogether lively and tn telltgent person In spnte of the fact that she dnd not Come to us before her umor year she has lost no tume tn maltmg herself known bemg a good mxxer and she secured an tmportant oice as the presrdent of the Vvrnters Club Dorothy asplres to be a hterary lnght the first step was taken when she von the Drama Club prnze for a play she wrote tn her unlor year WAI. IT R LINDHIF INILR Walter came to the school rather recently but durmg has short ttme here has made many frlends He has not partncupated very extensrvely nn extra curncular ICIIWIIICS and ns generally seen walktng dovtn the hall engrossed ln deep thoughts vnth at least tvvo mathematncs books undtr his arm PCI!! Q E mix 1 wh! QKESIESEQQQS EBEEUISQWEIQZU WEEBHEQ E QE J? QQ Cecaaacm -xx.,-YA Jayggyivtsym r-as 03 JQGG QQQ uzfv -fx-5, ooo 'A-ffxv 790 B Qf' f --- 4 ST' fl M .- e 1' Vt' A Q ef, I v . -Nr f U 'Q . , pm., ..... s- I ' ' L... in.. A, - ------ul , LJ 2 Jef M -- O ffx-A-QV QQ - '- t E D V3 S. O '-' ,-J, ' X , O 1, t,1:J1'1'j ' O A LLC nl . -- s f -- V' E I-:U I .- Q ' wv,,., -M yi O l D I my n v, ,eggsi I' f 456 0 l . . o-'!..1 A-- "' ' Q 1 A' ' O' r l 1.-.1 'ff " C-we ' 5 - E 8 y p . '...,.. .A ' E l rt'f . Q I m ' X" A 7 , lm J pw ,U y uma A N I ' . " ' . 'ad r ,, , . V ', cgi S U ' . ' . . . - : , , ' , -' ,xi I o Y .. . 3 W 2 us I I 2 5 . 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'tk' X ' T o r T cn ' 5 Q tt it t aa Diaper 1 E me c::rD cr 1.9 0 DOROTHY LOEB Dorothy rs lrked because whenever anyone asks her to do something for them she smrles and says surc rnstead of explarnrng that she rs far too busy Arent thc book notes rn the Gargoyle a proof of her wrllrngness as well as abrlrty to write? Many of the neat little sketches on these pages should be signed by her We know that her cleverness and helpful nature will assure her future success and then she rs such fun HILMAR LUCKHARDT Hilmar rs one of the quretest fellows around school and also one of the best liked A Phi Bete as a junior he has made an excellent scholastic record rn all hrs studres as well as rn hrs chosen vocatron--Chemistry Hrlmars rnfluence lrkewrse has been felt in other outsrde actrvrtres rncludrng the Midway Hr Y Track Team and the science art and stamp clubs A person really valuable ,Q will be lost when our Hrlmar graduates from Old U High a person from whom great things may JDJ be expected rn later years KATHERINE LEUTSHER Can you rmagrne anyone reading a nrne volume t -E French book? Well thats what the ambitious Kathedrne drd This may sound lrke the task of a rrnd but she drd rt thru her natural brrllrancy sense of humor could never be a grrnd Her dry remarks which are screamrnglv funny send her friends rnto convulsions We hope she will always be an amusrng companron CHARLFS MCCLINTOCK Chuck has been the respected cause of much of the heat rn the classrooms durmg the winter just cast a glance at hrs flaming red top and you ll won der no more where all those pomts came from rn the lightweight box score Chucks abrlrty at bas ketball earned hrm a regular berth on the team Altho he makes no Claims together with Freddie Lauerman as to being the mastermind of hrs class he was nevertheless elected to Hr Y as a junior and has discharged hrs dutres as secretary of that worthv rnstrtutron very credrtably indeed Vi Portt Nine VEQIQQQ Wts'TB'5f-'tl3i?5lQ5UF5pEERE?" 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I H V 4 :ii.i.-:.-1. -' ' v I .... .gg ,M Q 5 5 1 X CHARLES MacDONALD Charlie or Mac is a jolly fellow who can generally get anyone to do what he wants them to do He has always been a leader in the class at one time president and one always suspects him of being one of those people who believed it when they were told that they might be president some day Chuck would surely make a good politician LVALINE McNLlL Lv may gnc the impression of being rather a sedate young lady but all her friends will agre that she has a good sense of humor and is very easy to get along with For although efliciency radiates from her trim person she is quite capable of a healthy laugh thoroughly accomplishes her work on the Girls Club Board is Vice President of the Senior Class and class representative to the Student Council MAR-IORIE MALCOLM Any girl who is elected as Girls Club President must be generally popular and 'Viargy is certainly no exception How could anybody with such a pleasant disposition and appearance help being and social competency enabled her to fill this pos: tion with the greatest ease and to chalk up another successful year for the Girls Club She is an athletic star as well as a social highlight being one of the best hockey players in the school HELEN MAY XX e hawe here in Helen a combination of mam good qualities She is outstanding in scholarship haung made Phi Beta Sigma m her unior year She is a loy al member of the Drama Club shows independence is willing to assume responsibilities and to cooperate She will doubtless make a sue tus in vshalextr she undertakes F 0 40 Wm 9 'fh ll Jul ,v US? 71:1 ESJJIFQQ EQQPECSUEEQQUEEHQSU WE be QHBQ EQQQEEE C5G SGGC!! 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A O ' E J " ID O CHARLES MERRIFIELD Words seem Inadequate as they do at tnmes when one tnes to descrlbe Chuck As Presndent of our class he has been a bug success Charlnc ns human and thats saymg a lot these days One never would suspect when he taps the baseball down the thnrd base hne that he could tell you almost nmmednately any Important date m hnstory and that he IS gonng to be an hnstornan MARGARIJI' MOORE L- s Peggy ns probably one of the few U Hlghers that everyone knows Whether xt ns nn the class room or halls on the dance floor or on the athletnc field Peggy seems to feel at home and ns always a stnkmgly charmmg addntnon to anythmg be nt a party or publncatlon board To dnsprove the old slogan of beautxful but dumb she pulled down several N s m her years at thxs school rm Q CL, Mm' adm WILMA NUSSBAUM y-3 We have wnth us today the captann of the pub hc speaking team And who has not seen Wnlma A rushmg around nn despaur because the judges wouldnt come at the last mmute or the lust of subjects was lost? Besxdes her speakmg abnlmes Wxlma ns known for her dramatxc prowess and for her Ford roadster She excels nn her studnes and made Phu Bete ln her Junior year Give the lnttle gurl a great bug hand NORMAN PANAMA Norm IS another of our very versatxle members Anything from Playwrxtmg to Basketball falls wnthm hrs Held and he does remarkably well nn all of them All of us know how he as Presndent of the Drama Club opened our eyes to the pos snbnlntues of thus popular orgamzatnon He has often acted m plays and dnrected them at the same tame a task not easy to undertake Most of us as umors will never forget the endeavors of the Immutable paxr of playwrzghts Gerson and Panama and how they helped to bnghten the hour wnth thenr productuons ln the early mornmg class meet mgs In addntnon to these requnsltes Norm has been a consxstent heavywexght cager for the past two years and has done some fine work on the unter class teams PCD Fzfly One VEQEMQEEWSWQUQQQQQEMEHMEE Q E' cn E: E? l I3 Q66 I?" 6666 'x'b.,x 6355? 6-gm Q33 QSC Q QKCBCQYL fx QCQGJD 'N'-:'x.Q 00 7.."sfx'y- Q :galil Q , A If - 5 l 5 'fa 82' Q- A It 1 'QU by -e y SEE ill? y my M A elde i A e gag? 1 H Q a p eyey a A mf - l 1 lo? -D '- I ' ' - yygj .. .. , y t. 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M - cs- - - ,- ,, N, O 'Q X cg-,115 V' ui BARCLAX PRINGLIL XVulluam Barclay Prungles chuef claum to fame us the fact that hus ancestors came to Ameruca m 1635 and he null defend thus pount even vsuth such a teacher as Mr Wulson Barclay us that reserved young man who has so successfully taken care of the Mudvuays feature page and has done some excellent work un puttung out the Ghost He us the last of the Prungles to gradu1te from U Hugh ADl:Ll: RAPHAILL The luttle gurl un the left us none other than the famous Adele Raphael-she of the famous guggle By merely gugglung herself she can send an cnture class unto gales of laughter Although she has not taken an unterest un many of the outsude actuvutues of U Hugh she has made many fruends un almost euery crowd un the Senuor Class ROBERT RICE Bob us the only Senuor thus year that us bug enough to aspure to a boxung champuonshup We haue no doubts as to hus success uf he keeps traun mg as he has so far but we sort of puty hus oppo nent Bob vuas presudent of Hu Y thus year and the club has certaunly umproved under hus able l"l"lln2gCl'n2nt HOWARD RICH Howue us the sort of a person one mught term as bcung brauny He has always spent a good deal of hus tume on hus school work and has achuesed great success at ut He us ever ready to argue a pount whether ut be u an A P I c or ox cr a sandvuuch at the late Boys Club Besudes mauntaunung a hugh scholastuc standung Howue has held up hus end un both clubs and athletucs repre sentung hus class un unter class soccer and basket ball Houue ought to make a good lawyer at least ln. d wear out hus opponent and after all usn t that about what most of them do? 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I U E QQFFP - ,, . 9-5'3'P e 5OQ s l tfeqil O e ase s L..-Q Q t 3 l SUZANJNIL RICHARDSON Here I5 one of those rare souls who qunetly and unassummp,ly makes the world go round Sue may have a soft vonce but she ns eflicncncy nn per son as ns shown by her able management of the Settlement Commxttee She seems to be conser vatnve but her mnovatnons on the Commnttee have proved that she has orngmalnty Her posse makes her at home m any group and her alert attntude wms the approval of the teachers DONALD ROTH Donme was the able busmess manager of the Midway thus year It was wlth hrs and only that the Mndway contmued m the live column state that was established last year Donnxe although not a star nn athleucs has always been one of the squad nn the sport for whneh he aspnred baseball or basketball KLNNIFTH SALHS Kenny ns another of those progressne lads who mslst on yumpmg right out of hrs class Into an other However we re glad to have hrm and as hes glad to be a Sensor everythmg ns settled Kenny seems to have shown some mtercst nn the organizations of the school and earned some weight with them In his last year Kenny was a regular member of Wir Frank s brood of Bnolognsts and was never seen to lack xnterest be nt from maulmg Gumea pxgs to feedmg toads or starmg at fish Of course Kenny has many hngher fancxes and will always be ready to convmce you that a heavyset person lnlte himself never has to undergo the drscomflture of bemg called a lxght weight FLEANOR SCHFFL If you are loolung for a very charming gurl ln every way you can find her ln Eleanor Her posse neatness and dngmty hase won for her many fncnds and admirers Her good taste ns proved by the fact that she has been voted the best dressed gurl m thc class l I xftx Tim c I I 3 cm-DF W ll U! vc.-:a KEMSLQQQESWESUSEOHQEHQSUQQEQQHBQ E QS 'E Efjwfx y d,-X-s.,k Cacacafa 5 e o .GEC ag y ite Y Z a f U , 'S '. 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QQ ' A E Q H ff- -fvstvo ff fwww - e 'ce clijj Effi e D 5' vt 'ol ' U . gogrlgl E Q D , lflxl Bl TTY SCHROFDER My dear let me tell you nt s a perfect scream' The yonce of Betty Schroeder ns heard ln the land accompanied by many tee hee Thus blond IS neyer at a loss for something, to say nn or outside of class She IS rntellrgcnt amusmg and a pos sessor of a store of mformatlon conccrmng this person or that ROCCO SLRRITEI LA Rocco followmg fast rn the footsteps of hrs brother ns another great ehcmxst Has slull ns not lnmrted to the labratory howexer for has ready wut and snappy comeback has made hum many friends He has not partrclpated m many outside actnutnes but has supported the teams and been an all round good fellow BILL SILLS Bull rs one of those handsome Romeos of thus years senior class Hrs well known abxllty on the athletrc field and nn the class room have made hrm one of the most popular members of the class of 31 People luke hum because he ns a good fellow and because he rs a member of that famous clan of Lawler Harns Snlls Inc Has scholastrc abnlnty us shown by the fact that he made Ph: Bete and tlns year Bull was elected Athleuc Represen tatne of the Student Councrl thereby addmg an other office to lus collecnon ROBERT SLOANIE Bob I5 one of the fellows who always walks around the classroom wnth a serious evpressnon on his mug, but just wart untr he gets into the hall As presxdcnt of the Fngxne fearing Clu ln his lunlor year and as a member of H1 Y ln the same year Bob has rounded out has career at U Hath Hrs ereatest weakness xs drawmt, pictures nn Mod ern History and trying, to shaft gears without usmp, the eluleh nn that Cheyne of has We pro phesy ereat thmes for Bob I 0 Wm Baa put JJ PZ ffeageggaa amggaaauaeasgeae e 3 U T sa e es-'se Q I 32 L as gl 7 Ta 'Oo We are HUD , L .- y 4 5 we f 5 , 1 M, M F TSG ' ' A' - 1 Q O g . 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U5 EDO mls T TOT T' A 0 1 OU G sv- o N vig ' Wee S ev e-:ze Q O O M A ' e v e rd 0 E7 LJ 'C' BETTY SMITH We wonder lf thus blonde mspnred the s0n,, Betty Coed 7 for she would fit the role very well She looks luke an advertisement for Ponds E she swlms like a champ and she has a sweet and obllgnng dnsposltlon She has confined her field of extra curncular actnvntxes to athletics MARSHALL SMITH Nothmg ew er vtorrrcs Marsh be xt ever so urgent Marsh always takes plenty of time to do a thang but when nt s fimshed lt ns usuallv done well H has been for a number of years an actlve partlcn pator nn athletxcs as well as m the other organ: 7auons for whxch our school 15 famous M K 'Q as he ns known when m the guise of a Bxologust IS l always on hand to take an extra two or three t a game or on a Held tnp nn hrs well patronnzed coup Marsh and hrs protege known collcctnvely as the Smnth Bros seem to be under perpetual contract to the Scnence department and can often be seen totmg mvstenous lookmg packages around ll 596 with them The school wall mnss Vlarsh were sure smce he has been so persnstent a patron and we don t know just what the Sclence dept IS gomg, to do JOYCE SNIIDFR 1 Q4 There rs somethmg about Joyce that one yust cant reslst She l1as a charming pcrsonallty an ' a clever head She ns a star French student an an all round athlete oyce can make almost any team she trnes for and as a valuable asset to several other groups around the school She 15 at home on the dance floor as much as IS a bird nn the alr BETTY SNTIDER Thus person whom we have on the ng,ht has a dnsarmmg fnendhness toward everyone and her cheerful attitude IS reflected by the fact that shes always humming or slngmg a gav tune Betty plans to study musnc when she ns through school and we predrct a successful career for such capable person PI Ierftg I lic EEQEQQETEQESWSHQEQM WE EQHE E QE 553' Q66 fi". 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" 51 l'L'vlA G STAUFFER llma ns a xery smcere and earnest worker-utr vullmg to cooperate wnth others to make things a success She ns an excellent athlete and spends CJ 4:00 much of her time ln the gym She IS very fond of Latm and as a consequence ns one of the mos cnthusnastlc members of the Latm IV class Her loyalty and dependabxlnty make he a yalucd frlend JOHN STYAD If ey er you happen to see a serxous lookmg md: vxdual walkmg around wnth shavmgs xn hrs haur or vuth a bug pxece of pnpe m hrs hand that s ohn He can make the old steam engme m the Shop rattle nts table over the whole north end nn add: .V tnon to bemg able to Hx anythmg one can thunk or His natural abnlnty wxth tools wlll stand hum nn good stead Qpun7j durmg his four years at Much ww ,I :gan CARL STROUSE Carl ns another one of our many yersatxle stu dents Carl IS not only a star soccer player but I also no mean basketball hound He made Phu Beta Sigma and ns continually pulllng down hugh qv goyle staff more recently and formerly on the Mldway staff Carl looks to us like a Phu Beta T3 Kappa athlete m college 1-lust a lnttle pro phesylng J BERNYS SURKIN Bernys ns small and dark but she has pep enough for three people She possesses a vnud bubblnng oxer personalnty and ns very versatule She plays the pnano us a marxelous dancer and excels nn athletics Sh.. has served on the G A A Board and was basketball manaber nn her junnor year She ns a star nn the swnmmnng pool as well as on the hockey Held and basketball floor PZ S1 QiEQElEQ52EEElE2l5Hl?5lQEVt5?a3H5QIi9 'i:' QSETD 353 GC3 O awf xwcvi-effea FL AA -5F23 5x-Vx?-iffy 0 1' j O 1 ge l l af 1 l lo EW in i - ' , Qi :U y c S at l 1 y - y on eg l ' ' - y E C g A u 1 A I " A - an FT S eeta S as ya? a gnaesi He has been 1 hard worker onthe Gu- to ' - gd ' 4 t l U t ' I Q. -i -i 1 . x. p 1 , 5 ' . A V ' Q Q O 1 'ff S nl Ifxfty-. ".1' , ze DN 1 0 , 9 ,, new 0 Q' W e e :z t. Q Q -6-SF- et f f-fro an 3205-,mm Q-le ge 5, A OI ,G V ,J FRANK mtsslt, Frank the dark daper lad seen often nn com pany of the talr se! ns one of U Hugh s outstand mg members Hrs record of achlevements would 0 requnre some tame to read let alone be summarized here rn a fevs words The most adequate descrnp tion of lrank us to say he IS an outstanding and accomplxshed gentleman Has actnvntles are not confined to brnngmg uctory to the track team alone but ha. ns well known as an actor a pnamst a singer and an entertainer He has always betn an actne member of a number of clubs and has a large curcle of friends Frank as one of those fellows nt ns a pleasure to know and he has often come to the rescue of the class meetmgs by helping to provlde a but of nmpromptu entertamment We all wnll hate to see Frank lean. ALICE TILDIH N lf you want a txresome job accomplxshed just call on Alrce and shell do lt wxllmgly and well Her efhcnency had an outlet m the securxng of DOROTHY TR UDE U advertnsements for the Gargoyle m mxlkmg the Gnrls Club and rn reportmg for the Mxdway Alnce ns a sery good athlete and a thorough stu dent and a wry amusnng companion If you want a rude home just climb mto her Nash eight E61 put .JJ You would never bellexe that that stunning brunette dancmg so beautnfullv out there on the floor was leaping wnldly over a hockey Held only a few hours ago Only a very versatlle grrl luke Dorothy could accomplish such rapid changes with ease She ns equally attractnve ln any of her va nous other roles as she puts her best mto every thing she does perhaps thus IS why she IS successful nn ewerythnng that she does and us seen at every party for ln addition to being about the best looklng girl nn her class she rs certainly about th most popular NIAR IORIP VAN HORN! Wbunr' Poor Marge has been trymg to lnvc down that name for three years but she has not succeeded for she ns too good humored to be firm about If If there 15 a bad streak rn our Marge not one at U Hugh has been able to find t She rs a delnght to all office holders as she wall cooperate with them m any actnntx Such a happy person should be present at every event for her radlant energx adds greatly to the success of all occasnons VCI! Fzftg Se cn VSQJDEQQES SHESHIQSHQSU EE QEJBEQELUQ E EE? Q93 X25 QQQO f5Gi5..,Q, 9369 6'-:ix-yr-N QQ fic. Co fkxiyi-"1eJ ,Q ea K Qacx-1.1-6:19 Q ca lim e 'X-'fin o J ixfzfsvyifv Q U 5 D A' T .---' ,,,, TQ.'s.Q.eIYT fx 0. ,.s,. , E- --- as ou r X E p. a -4 , ' E QU, 4 5 F " 5 jpeg Q n l w U . e 1 L ,.,e , ,, v E Stag 1 - Q Q' V j ' . X X Ei 4 Q we .- .. ' .,, 9 I! . E t 1 ' , fl ea . I IEE egg? x . if sei rs - ' o 'S . A l , Us 5 O n U " Q: foo E Y W N v i Nl? 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A Q O ujix I uqluf PATRICIA VAIL Pat us an unassumung, and quuet gurl to all appearances but Pat us athletucally uncluncd starrung on seseral of the teams un the last two years at school She us as charmung un the class room Qwluere they say shes no me:un studentj as cn the dance floor MARJORIF VAN MFTFR Although Maruorue us a newcomer to the school slue has fitted unto uts lufe rather easuly She us generally seen un the company of jane and us one of those gurls that seems to be around all the tume but whom you net er see Maruorue has partucupated un xaruous sports and has shovun herself a xery capable athlete JANE VOLLERTSON ane us one fine hockey player a good student and a good fruend to haue as well as beung a refined young lady Her career at U Hugh has and good sportsmanshup whuch enable her to get along easulu vuuth euerybody I LIZABETH WALKER Here us one person who does not need to lught a Murad to appear nonchzultnt Always perfectly dressed and groomed Eluzabeth has moved thru her four years at U Hugh wuth aloofness and calmness as she vualks down the hall She us out standungly cosmopolutan and broadmunded and possesses a strong sense of humor Under that aloofness us a spontaneous fruendluness of manner vuluuch us loud by those who come unto contact Rllll her 3 u ! qc 4 QQ fig 'Fw 'gh 5 La pu QEEQEQQQEQEQWQGJQSGQSY WHERE? -' FQQQSQE Q QQ G OEB GC3 fysfi GGG: QSC-ala 5-:iv-X 50 0 KZ'- A-1-f5Y KQx'i'S'2e.-41739 C9Q 1K,'N 'a'N"fJ!0 OJ extfxfiffv 0 0 , Q5 lo - l l Q15 ED ,gm ie :s u as t U ,, ,,. , v . . ' A o l 2 0 ,tet n f ' - QB: agus u - s 2 E : . Y f ca l 80 E1 are Q -fe . ' ' -. . . I . M 1 Cl ' A V ., a f u Q59 A 5 "itll J eu H l been successful due to her. unassuming manners , ' A , l 6 4 I G Y ' -I E x V ' . ' -. - um V . , 1 F' 5 5 u - . 3 1 E l Y 7 I an u A -p in iv U' ' 1' i I 0 Gb L-:fl l 9 o . I - A. at :V I. -"-A- A - . . ,-"- ' Q A ' Mi-, -'- '179vi'qT?l- '-'. ' za ' if9.J'Z'! f Wood Hee 't ., , f we ,Os sl as f " Cyca s HJ 5, G.,-J V+! YU -.3 RUTH WALTERS Ruth the leader of the lmps as the kmd of a gurl one lnkes to have around a good deal Thats why she ns so popular Her versalnty make her al Q4 home anywherL+on a dance floor ln the gym nn class and she seems to be engoymg whatcxer she I5 doing probably because she puts her best unto whatever she undertakes We luke the way she talks the way she dresses the way she plays games the way she dances and the way she gnes lnfts m that cute car of hers WILLIAM WATSON Woo Bull rs one of the hard worlung 'Vhdway Edntors and has had hrs share m the productxon of thus volume He made Phu Bete and rs one of our star 'gh students He has specxalnzed prmcnpally nn track ITV' nn the athletnc lme and rates as one of our best dlstance men Bull has a comeback for every crack that ns made CARL WERELIUS Carl ns a quxet chap who always appears pre occupled but IS always smrlmg no matter what happens He has not shown us just what he can do on the athlctnc Held but we expect that nf he had we would hate been surprnsed He always talks ln the manner of the sage who weighs each U word before Dronouncmg at and he generally has somethxng to say when he speaks COBURN W HITTIER Coke ns the brute of the Sensor class Hrs danly track workout consists of two or three Comp tons waved around hrs head and a chase after Handy He heaves the shot throws the dnscus yavelln and various other things especially when he runs the dnstance races S Fzftx Nine LEEQEQQ EQESUEHHESHQEUWEEQEM F EQSQJ? QD S elig CMB Q99 fy". QGQO f'XTnXX,.,Q GCSCQYB f-ixxfy QJQO AGT'- 4-lv-egg , Q G G -2X5-X'QxvX"'gJ!0 0 J 5'Xf'Xf'i'9 0 Q: 050 K M' , ' l FE a ' a l Q V 1 a - E 4 ' ' 5 A L hog san n 5 , Q55 2 us e H E cg y' Y ' 80 , E' 'lg -- . R. q Q I 5 ESQ v - l s 'Sw I ., . ' ' V L, - r e f p '- Q ,n f '. V ' Ii g . . ' :SU v D ' l s T 'l , b I, I' g E Q Q5 1 4 f as as E E oe I O ls-:fl 0 ' Q o 3 ? BME! D o 0 D i yl - OW CGC d E H! cl D Q c B- -m e -- curfew 1 H Sw: S E OO .QmB'e eq , OO . 63,339 - h. 5 o -40 1992 mazewoqgvm -f-13' JQDQ gm ' ' 0 . Sufi BRADFORD WILES Another one of our quiet but active members is Brad Wiles. Brad is, by the way, a crack marks- man and has received high honors in this field. His support of clubs has been particularly strong, and when the Boys' Club was in its prime we are told he wielded a mean cue on the second floor. During Brad's say at U. High he has made many valuable contributions to the publicationg those of you who have read any of his work will con- firm this statement. If Brad keeps on with his rifle work we feel it will mean goodbye to any gangsters if he ever gets into city politics. VERNOR WOODWORTH X ernon the tall lanky blond chap we all know s Vernie has been in our school for a long time and has made much of his long stay Of tourse we mean by his long stay that he has been advancing in the school for many years He has belonged to several clubs during his attendance here and has played on both the inter class soccer and basketball teams Other members of these teams know his ability in this capacity He has been a regular contributor to publications espe cially the Gargoyle in recent years and through his connections with the teams and in this work has made many friends We know Vernie will make good in later life if past evidence is any basis for judgment 3 if Se 80 D4 FWF D53 vc: JKEBMEJQWEQWSUQEUQQWEEBQHQ E QQ 'EBU 'G A-fJ wYcx'Y'.i2c6" 'mvX'vX'+o ooo 'rxfxf-N10 i i 1 i E if l' as r 35 . ' . I Wy ' ' i ww' . .. U . . . U. I I in Q' 1 . ,Q -. , on !r U K i if i SH lg - E C H ,. r Q3 i y 1 U H i 2 " U 0 , " 'v Y A A' Y A A OO QA O G D O ual . 0 Q H 0 A K -. 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U argl Sam Half Tlne u'11or Class thus vear has been one of the most cooperatne and helpful cllss s tn t the s hool has seen Wlth the fine showlng whnch lt has made nn the H ld of athlctxcs ml tHe h1gh ratmg m scholastnc actnltxes lt should certamly make a fine Scmor Cl ss fo: next year THE JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS CHARLES HEINENIAN Sui Hun M umm GXRDNLR Pxtuxe WHIPPLE ELL1 NI QLINN Wu rr R CxH1LL Ixus TRLNIBULL BXRBARX BLOCKI President of Class Vnte Prtsnclent of Class Student Councnl Repres ntatmvc Executxve Commxttee Executnve Comrmttee Executne Commlttee Secretary of Class Socxal Chanrman y 1 Q D833 PZ ZBHQQESEHDSMEHQQ WEEEHHEB ' F QOE55 B om T GCS GGG ff, 6006 rN:x5,,y, 6663 g"Y,XQX 59 0 nfs'- Q Qkrxx 'X "g:'00Q bxnfxf'-9579 0 1' qc FQ ' Eg X fl , ., L J ' ' is A 1 , X! X l XF ' I. -970 'IU 1 . 1 E 'oo ' C- JC as 2 4 ' f is son ,t SB: -5 0 l g s . 1 " ,, ' 80 l l 41' vi f'.-. Pm-mlljnf K ' 411332 FAQ . its I5 Emi? lm 2 . .- . C , . . 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M- , 66.20 1-11 , , , QE Bi 'JVEEB 0 0 ' Yi'-'Dun F E g s O jumor Class Act1v1t1es Adair Robert 13 34 38 en Nliriam 1 1 17 Anderson Bertel 9 12 37 38 Badger Margaret 17 23 53 Bean Randolph 13 18 29 Bishop F win 1 3 1 8 Biossat Ba ard 12 34 41 4 Bitters Nancy 13 47 49 S Blocki B r ara 1 2 7 Booth George 1 3 18 Z9 Boyd H nry 13 8 Bryant Caroline 11 18 21 4 Butler D r1s 13 18 9 But er G ace 13 17 47 C ill Walter 4 6 8 17 Cannon Edward 6 21 31 C rr N rginia 10 18 Clark Martha 15 18 Cochrane je nette 10 13 17 Compton Gail 6 17 22 32 C 0 6 Betty 11 13 18 21 Cooidge ja e 10 13 17 47 C uson john 2 8 12 17 21 Cour Jacqueline 11 13 17 Dargan Marjorie 2 4 5 7 D R ssell 29 38 40 2 Dewey Thomas 11 29 36 u bs J e 10 13 Duddy john Edward 12 17 Eastman Richard 34 36 37 Ebert Robert 13 18 Far Frederick 13 18 29 31 Fairweather Marian 10 13 21 Fishbein B rbara 18 23 47 Freund Richard 12 17 21 22 X Ruth 17 37 friedberg Louise 13 29 46 r ner Miriam l 3 4 Geist Emma 47. Gidwitz V'ctor 12 34 36 37. rdon Ethel 11 13 8 Gra o Cynthia 8 13 I8 27. air S m . a David 13 18 Hamburger P er 13 18 29 Hansen Arthur 20 21 39 40 Hartman Robert 13 18 29 Hememan Charles 13 29 Heller James 9 Heller Ruth 17 Hill Howard 12 Hodge Ja e 10 Holsteen Claribel 1 3 Hopkins J n 17 34 36 Howard Norman Howells L vmia 13 18 9 Hurlbut Margaret 10 Jacobson Hendrik 34 36 42 mes Barbara 2 13 23 25 ohnstone Qu ntm 35 38 Katz Margery 11 17 44 Kern Trude 17 21 22 Kirby Nancy 13 23 47 Ted 17 21 29 Kraus Helen 10 13 30 47 Larkin Gabrielle 21 Lauerman Fred 3 5 9 12 Lawrence Allen I3 20 21 Lemon Henry 13 18 Lewis Hram 34 36 37 Lewis S muel 15 25 32 43 MacGregor Margaret 13 18 MacManus Patricia 8 10 23 McCarthy Edith 9 10 11 13 McCulloh Woodbury 13 17 McCollum Thomas 9 12 17 McDermut Helen 1 7 10 M nms Helen 10 13 18 McLaury William 17 20 22 Marland Josephine 10 11 13 Markham J mes 34 35 37 Marsh Grace 21. Merriam Betty 11 13 23 29 Meyer Ann 8 37 27 29 47. Mongtomery Lois 7 8 Moorman Mlba 15 18 41. Nloorman Nelda 13 18 9 Won ton Ruth 8 10 13 18 Niuirhead Pauline 21 47 Vic olson R lph 1 2 3 8 Norby William 3 9 12 O Brien Leonard 13 18 Olson mes 6 17 2 Petzel Elizabeth 13 17 Price H en 13 18 Quinn E en 2 3 2 Raney Ruth 13 37 Ransmeier Joseph 13 21 34 Rawlings Donaldson 21 Ritzwoller Herman 3 17 Rood Dorothy 13 17 18 Rosenbach Philip 13 Sachs Edward 13 18 29 Scammon Richard 13 18 Schlesinger Alan 9 12 17 Shallenberger J hn 9 17 3 Smith Evelyn 10 13 1 Snow Helen 11 47 Steere Katharine 17 23 2 Stem, Eleanor 11 13 Stevens James 1 2 3 Sulcor Eleanor 13 15 Sundstrom Richard 13 Sweet Esther 17 18 Tobin Eleanor 10 11 Trumbull jack 13 18 Turnquist Raymond 12 21 Vail Barbara 11 Vogt Ogden 12 1 Weakly Amorita 1 Wemple George 1 Werner Philip 9 1 9 Whipple Pauline 2 Wilby Margaret 1 Winter Dorothy 1 . Wintors Verna 10 13 17 47. Witkowsky jack 9 11 12. 4 so Correlator Act1v1ty List 1 Class Ofllcer 2 Class Executive Committee 3 Class Boosting Committee 4 Student Council 5 Phi Beta Sigma 6 Boys Club Board 7 Girls Club Board 8 Club Officer 9 Aviation Club I0 Art Club 1 1 Drama Club I2 Engineering Club I3 French Club I4 Friendly Relations Club If Glee Club 16 Hi-Y 17 Vlovie Club 18 Music Club 20 Rifle Club 21 Science Club 22 Stamp Club 23 Writers Club 24 Cor- relator Board 15 Correlator Staff 26 Gargoyle Board 27 Gargoyle Contributor 28 Midway Board 29 Mid- way Staff, 30 Better Advertising Committee 31 Board of Publications 31 Class Public Speaking 33 School Public Speaking 34 Class Soccer Team 35 School Soccer Team 36 School Soccer Squad 37 Class Basket- . ball Team 38 School Basketball Team, 39 Class Baseball Team, 40 School Baseball Team, 41 Class Track Team, 42 School Track Team 43 Tennis Team, 44 Swimming Team, 45 Golf Team, 46 G. A. 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X W 9 1 X 1 X Ouru I-anumailnr STUDENT QOUN CIL Pm-mlrul V - V A The Student Council The Unixersitx Hieh Sehool is lsnoxxn throughout the Lnited Stites for its unique sxstem of student ietixities ind student eoxernment The Student Couneil is the OFQIDIIIIIOH iuthoriled to iet on mitters pertiining to the student ietnities and to the student bodx in Q neril 1nd exemplifies the elemoerit-e spirit of U High The eouneil eonlers vtith the fieultx ind is in effeetixe medium betxxeen that bodx md the students is i vt hole ind suggests ind dexises xx its in vthieh the sehool ein be im nroxed lt tue in exert sehool ietixitx either is the direet spons f i o the bodx biele of the other sehool 0I'gll1lllUOl'lS xxhieh put on these ietiiities The personnel of the eouneil is represent itixe ot the x1rious other orvlnintions 1nd Committee heldeel bt 'Nlarjorie Nltleolm ind ielt Htrris, pltns the ifter sehool danees ind sees th1t thex ire sueeessful These dlnees Ire held on ltridix lfternoons is hen other aetixities 1re not seheduled The Sehool Committee handles the Qouneil eourt mel tm other iffurs pertaining to the sehool in general This eommittee is under the leadership of C h1rles xfTZ1LIJOI11ld and Charles Merrifield The Athletie Committee h1s been letixe in sueh matters as standtirdizing the lettermens sueiters pieking eheer leaders, 1nd bringing out big, crovtds to support the school teims both ut home and an .tx This vtorle has been a big help in the sueeessful showing of the teims during the pist xeir 1nd ilso in the vt orle of the Girls Athletic Assoeiltion Bill Sills and Peggx C lrrx were ible chairmen of this eommittee The Lommittee on Clubs and Publieitions under the superxision of Rosamunel Dugan .ind Ilxaline McNeil helps in 'im vmx it ean to support these orgtnizations The Louneil this xelr did not limit its 1et1xities to strietly sehool mitters, but mini.: Iyilfgtlfl Ui Yflfhltl Dmlkli Hilltulnz faux Ui 'MII lluriit xltllljlllldlil ltIlY1ll4lfl'iY Sllli lluilnu lmlifx 11.1111 x A 'i A ' ' Y T I, T ' h V . 1 T 1' ' A 1 v . 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F O 40 is woctmom -MS' AF C Personnel of Counc1l me PERSONNEL OWEN FAIRWEATHER PrCSldCIlI la Z' NVILLIAM SILL5 SCCICISFY F1 JACK HARRIS MARJORIE MALCOLM Socxal Commxttee CHARLES MERRIEIELD CHARLES MACDONALD School Commxttee WILLIAM SILLS PEGGY CARRY Athletxc Commlttee ROSAMUND DARGAN EvELvN MCNEIL Clubs and Publncatnons REPRESENTATIVES CHARLES MERRIFIELD CHARLES HEINEMANN JAMES I-IANDY NEWTON EDWARDS WELLINGTON JONES MIRIAM GARDNER DONNA DONKLE BARBARA BOYD MARGARET MERRIFIELD ROSAMUND DARGAN BILL SILLS Semor jumor Sophomore Freshman Sub Freshman Jumor Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class Sub Freshman Class Publ1catIons Athletlcs Class PresIdent Class Presxdent Class PresIdent Class Presxdent Class Pres1dent Representatrve Representatnve Representatwe Representatnve Representatxve Representatnve pn-A .JJ MR DEWEY Faculty Advxsor MR HILL Faculty Advlsor The Student Councll azded marenally In the charxtable work done In Chxcago to and the unemployed Durmg 5 the early part of the year It conducted a dnve to collect clothmg for the unemployed 11118 new feature was well supported and good results were obtaIncd The Chrnstmas Party whIch was also an Innovatnon thIs year was gnven for the purpose of raxsmg money clothmg and food for the needy at Chrnstmas tnme and was also successful In achxevxng Its alms The tlfllfd annual Book Fanr held durmg the frrst part of December to suggest books as Chnstmas presents was one of the bnggest accomphshments of the Councnl Almost every orgamzauon In the school was actlve In thxs and thelr efforts were ably dIrected by Owen Fanrweather and hns assxstants Ezghly Nme C2 8 C713 Q39 f?'l'X QGQQ "XS, 3669 K-'13 Q c- QN4. 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EGM: no Carnival Day M Owen Fairweather has most ably filled the position of Student Council President as have the other members of this important organization and the entire student body has been loyal in supporting it when this aid was necessars The Carnival held in the Spring resulted in the usual large fund for the University Settlement and also gave an entertaining afternoon to almost every U Higher and his family Besides these major activities many smaller ones were carried on which con tributed greatly to make the entire school year in the line of student activities a memor able one in school history The Carnival which had suffered a rather hard vunter on account of the depression and general poverty was very successful A number of booths were conducted by the various mayor organizations of the school in which either goods bought cheaper than cost or goods produced by the organization were sold and all the proht presented to the settlement The cooperation of the student body in this probably the most important activity carried on by the Council was smcerely appreciated by those who spent their time in making it a success I 'fam Wh pg 5 fa DE-'Ti U-CDF' 5 QVEQEEQSSESEQSWEUQWQZU WE EEQRBQEE QEE c:2 D F b ow C?l3 f' Q66 fyvx GGGCQ 'x'5., CECQAQ 6-'r-'gy-X QQ EQ 1.1-J, wY:x"xX,6f 'xv.x1-fx Q'ooJ .1 I 0 0 5 0 if - ii DMU T 5 E gsm a s 2 C552 E U at e on lla F . at l Q . .. i . , 35 Q . . . . . 11. is ' FU . I I Y . I p PM ' 1 D 1' . E I lr 'Egg ' The Carnival, given for the benefit of the University of Chicago Settlement House, -' 3 C , G ' . . E 3 i ' ' . n ' ' ' . i as a ' Q f 2 t egg U 5 0 gl li .xillfly F 0 I. Y A ' nv :N 5 , . i J C3 G ' 'vt I u .b N o g on - ' T ' X . ' L' f..f-'1-fum' "51- ' vl- --.:4 ' Ia lx Harm I 1 The Bcys Club IRL 1 x 1 nz uf a llllf 1 frm zu x 11 1 um nu f L1 1 x Ill I 1 ll Uurnmq tn PAS! mu thus hls bun uuunpls L to 1 xrgg dggru m xpxu of nhl int thlt ru dub xx 1SfOI'LLLl to usb plrt of wld Cn m Tnmp mstud of nts formur glub bulldlng Thu mxx Llub housv. xx 18 hxgd up bx 'Nlr Gough md th bc xs xml nhl mmx xgtlxxtlgs thgn progrusgd sun usfullx Thl sougl lff1ll"S of nhl Club xx hugh In .1lxx.1xs md lgtur ugnts II1 rhl sghool war xx Lrg just IS sunussful .15 thu tradltxonallx .1rL Bcsuclgs rhul soual ntlxltxu LODSISTIHQ of txxo danus lthletxu banquets and gut toggtherx .md nhl othe.r usual xxorlx thy boxs gollectpd Llothmg tor nmdx nun and xx omgn .md mrrud on other Lharltlblg gnt rprlsu Lulmmatmg nn than talxxng their Lustomlrx bw part nn thu sghool mrmx ll Thy adxnsorx of uh.. Boxs Club and nhl oth urs hud d hx .uk Hlrrls hun. xmlud lx LU Sub Q stul nn tulhllm, 1ll thu ldmls ot tlu orglnnlxtmn X 1 , Y w 1' ' Pmx Jw! 3 Tfu' fllrjrr. 'nf flu- B11 ' Clllf ix f 'rg' 1' if If tg J fwflr lf 1 A U ffm' 'mr x' fn' ,x 'f:'rl. 'K l ' ' ' . H' . " l"h'd . l. t x 'L H' vs' 'un ' ly. "1 .x Q. . "f1.'fj,'-1 Pm' Ixus Huuus hun Lxukxnx XX X1 nk QUIIII Romul Riu Hxx lxxxl CJHKRIIS NlAiLl Xoxxnx Hou uw xns Suu Pmuw our Iaxus Cooxm Lroxmm Hicks 'WR XVAIL 'VIR Wlrsox MR Dxvcm Boys Club Board IOC lx Sennor Semor unnor jumor Sophomore I-reshman Freshman Presndent N lce Presxdent Secretars Treasurer Class Rcprescntatn e C ass Reprcscntatn e Class Representatn e Class Representatn L Class Representatn e Class Representatn e C ass Representatu e Faculrv Advnsor Faculty Advxsor Faculty Adusor Culvll Sl x Hun Half lmlm S nm V IK 1 llurrzl R114 lam rmun INN Inf? 7 5 V . A 4 A, 1- - ' ,, , . v GA .- .' " .1 R ' ' . , " " .A , fix" ' -' I " . ' . , J m LI ' ' f nh, " , ' -Lxs ' ' . 'r- FRANK WRlGll'f Sophomore Class Representative , V " ' ' 1 .' ' ' A . I ' ' ' ' . 'll A . ' T lc .Ir ' H I in ' ' ' . 4 f 4 u 1 Marjorie Muff Ulm Pm un u nl The Gurls Club Ont of tht most umportant Ind famous of U Hugh s org1nu11tuons us the Cvurls Club lxtrx gurl 2lLlEOI'l1.1IlL.1llX bttomts cu mtmbtr upon enttrunu, tht school, und us .xssugnetl 1 Bug Susttr to htlp htr throughout tht xtur Thus us ont xx 1X un xxhuch the Gurls Club .uttomplushes ont of uts mam purposts namtlx thut of promotung frutncl shup The Club has manx sotual funttuons among xx huch are tht Ialtultx Tea the Stunt Purtx four Nlothcr and Daughttr teas zu Senuor Nlothtr and Dauughttr luncheon and a Tht four tommuttets of tht Club Houst Sotual Settltmtnt und Strxute each l'l.lXL thtur untluxudull dututs mtl txtrx gurl us tnrollttl un ont Thus tht gurls comt un tontltt xxuth tx trx othtr gurl und ut proxudts ln opportuuuutx for thtm to xx orlt touqtthtr Tht lxutthtntttt touchts putmo rltluo .mtl othtr comforts of tht tlub luullxc ut un unxutung plutt for 1 gurl to sptnd htr otltl monutnts md us optn ut ull hours Xluruorut Nlalcolm has .lblx led tht club un uts most sutttsstul xtar s progrum Xml u l l V-'Is ' Q . . , . . . . , , -' t 1, K" , , -. u 1 .L I ' ' . .K V ' V ' - ' ' . , ' , ' . . , ,. , , , ' ' , - . . v 1-. - U ' x y V . 1 C s v ' A 'YY A K , u ' A 1 , t s x dance, which is one of the most important social events at school. 'A ' - I 3 C : 1' k '.' ' 3 i ' l 1 '.' . V . H 'fh'-Tluvvu' G1r1s Club Board XIXRIORII XIXICOIXI LJOR0 THX Tkuu HI 1 1 x Nic D1 RXIOT IOIS Xlox1c,oxu xx Xlxlx IORII X xx Holxxl 1 Xlil B1 SLI xxxr Ric H xlxnsox I I Xl Hr xi xl x1xx Nic XIXRIOKII Dxkc xx P11 xxolx Cnxxu xxl Nlxkx Iousl Cool I Il xxok Hoxmlx Xxxcx NIXIXIONS x I xl Il our Rl x RL IH Cklsl Xilss Sun Hu S Xllss INORN1 xx Xilss SI RXIS Nilsslouxsx N Iss xx X nn lx I nf ll I nsndgnr X lu Presldnnt SL ntarx Tnasunr SOLlll c.,OI11I'l'IlIlLL Qhurmm bcrx lu. CJOIITHIIIILL C,h.1lrmxn Spttlumunt Comm-tru. C,l'l.lI!'I'l1lI'l Housu Lomnnttug C lx urm U1 Senior C llss RLpr suntxtlxu umor C1188 Rgprugntltlxg Sophomorg C,l1ss Rnprxsnnt mx LN rnshmm Lllss Rgpruxnt mx LS b rcshmm Class Ruprasuntltnxu Iuultx Adxnsor llgultx Adxlsor Cboullj licultx Adxnsor fS1.rx1LLj Puultx Adxlsor Qsettlcmgntj Fuultx Adxmor QHOUSCJ C 11114 XIazDnm11 P111 Beta Slgma Y Xu 1 1 1 I 1 1 L - -- A trai t Q 2 40 Ofc H- 23501-,mi, Q.: as A A-05251 D i Phi Beta Sigma .i O g It would be an unusual experience to find anyone around U. High who didn't know F anything about Phi Beta Sigma or who didn't care to become a member of it. For the - ' benefit of those who do not know, Phi Beta Sigma is U. High's honor society to which juniors and Seniors are elected by the faculty and their classmates for excellency in QE scholarship and citizenship. It is indeed an honor to become a member of this organi- " Je E zation. H , 'Oo Previously the week bf pledging preceding the formal initiation of the new mem- 1 1 r- -1 bers was one of fun in which the pledges wore costumes, carried Greek grammars, bowed lg cg 2 U to members, and did other stunts. However this year, much to the satisfaction of some and also to the disappointment of many others, this fun was all cut out, and the pledges E ' were practically free during pledge week. They were formally initiated at a banquet on I3 February 11th, at the Shoreland Hotael, which was a great success. E 1 n E ti Charles Merrifield QE L ig Caroline Alschuler Ruth Boynton Wilma Nussbaum Secy va' Rudolph Bretz William Pringle William Sills f il T Peggy Carry Martin Cheever Rosamund Dargan Lily Mary David Vice Ada Espenshade Owen Fairweather Noel B Gerson Treas Margaret Goetsch Brownlee Haydon Edwin Irons David Kutner Dorothy Le Fold Hilmar Luckhardt Katherine Luetscher Pres Charles MacDonald Pres Marjorie Malcolm Helen May IN metg Su' Joyce Snider Carl Strouse William Watson Edward Cannon Marjorie Dargan Robert Ebert Charles Heineman Lois Montgomery Ruth Moulton Ralph Nicholson Ruth Raney Joseph Ransmeier Eleanor Tobin Amorita Weakly Pauline Whipple IV' ill J-.J EEMSQQESESFSMQEHQEUWESQEHUQE QQQQEQEQ F Q39 fifty QCDQQ fN:x5..,, GGCQQ5 14 Q fx Sq ffs es X vxmm-eq? Q Q., L-X A -56 SQ 43431, 0 ii I 3. ia W t E we S- 5 P. H F Q , S p ja U . P E C . . Q9 E , Q 1, Q G , u l g l .. . . O E Ei .i , EBT1' yo EJ r L-A 0 O :DB ll zlmu A uulwaznn Publlc Speakmg The Publle Speaklng Team has Completed a most successful season as sueeessful as ant ln the hlstorw of publle speaking at U Hxgh In the hrst meet, we beat Nlorton High School, and nn the second meet saw the defeat of our ancient rn als Englewood XX hen thls vsent to press prospeets were good for a third X ICIOFX The team gn es an excellent opportunnts for U Hxghers to gam polse, self confldenee and self relxance, whnle gaxmng fame for then' school It affords the gxrls thenr only chance to compete wxth outsnde schools, and a member of am class rs elngxble for the team so nt IS very representatne of the school Thus year, the captam, Wnlma Nussbaum, had a nucleus of last vear s team members to start wlth, and tryouts were held early nn November Wh1ch uncovered some xery hne maternal A large number trncd out for the class team, from vxhxch the sehool team was later pneked, and as a result a fine team was orgamzed Those who made the team are to be congratulated for thexr Hne showmg, and Wnlma Nussbaum has made .1 xerx eapable Llptilln Mr Hlll eontlnued m hrs Capaelty of an mvaluable lLlNlSOI' X zm M . . s ' - ' ,, ' ,V , 1 ' 1 b - sv- V , . A I ' I v 1 'V U V w v I v. v ' v s ' v ' ' ' - s -s - , V I I . - , v I 1 - . l gy 1 k ' . D vi x A rx ' V ' ' V ' , 1 ' ' I f h 3 x 2 . 1 . A ' ' I f vx r ' V 3 Q A 1 , 5 V ' fi Q. 1 5' . "' , .Lg ' ' 4 , . . . 1 . M, K . ' -'-,Sv':'m1 G C O GOO Q 'UW' f PMRUCD 1 CBE QE? W may-60 O -Is' E The School Team Wnlma Nussbaum Wlartm Cheever Davxd Kutner Lols Montgomery Thomas Stauffer Peggy Carry Ruth Moulton Dorothy LeFold joseph Hanson Florence Holt Subs Helen Nussbaum Serum' Tram Wnlma Nussbaum Martm Cheever Peggy Carry Davnd Kutner Dorothy Le Fold Florence Holt Sophomore Team Hugo Anderson Helen Nussbaum Ada Steele Stanley Romberg Thomas Stauffer Rmchard Zensler I Il mor Team Loxs Montgomer I avnma Howells Edward Cannon Ruth Moulton Louise johnson F rrsb man Tea m Joseph Baer Joseph Hanson Betty Thoma Elroy Goldmg janet Sxbley Patrlck Warner Qs Woo pun JJ l D U Hola. A ' -JL c 'S 0 ml!!! Tl Q' WW, Q L' MW 'N 'mill . 0 dm-9 OEEWI o U is Q V QQ 91 ' Qg 5 I ,Of 'I f- Q J . A . 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The Club's chief motive is to further the participation of those interested in art, and the meetings are devoted to drawing or designing, or to talks relating to the practice and production of art. Thus the meetings serve as an outlet for the talents of aspiring artists and gives them a chance to show their originality and ability. The Art Club has proved to be, as in former years, one of the most popular clubs in the school, and its programs have been very Hne. A large part of the credit for the fine showing of the club goes to Mrs. Lee, the faculty advisor, for her aid and constructive criticism, and to the officers for arranging the programs, and carrying them to successful completion Rudolf Brel: Q-li.. N meh X me 6 'Q 80 pan JJ VAQQWQE EQQECSHEUESHQEU QEEQEEBQ E QEET Q69 fyvgx QCDQQ 15, GGCQQ ff-Q-X Q Q Q54 UIE QGG GG 'N'4:'ooc?N 'k-fxf '99 E a B Q Q90 F g g 95 Q .',. 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F? - --.. .s , , r g!! ff' Aviation Club One of the business clubs this year was the Auation Club It has become one of the largest school clubs and is one of tht best equipped organizations of its ty pe in the country Early in the year .1 two passenger airplane built by the president jack Kahn was gnen by him to the club Sutral of the members formed the Niidw ay Glider Club which built and plans to fly .1 man carrying glider indeed an unusual project at them among whom were Nlr Heath a winner in the National Air Races 'wir Sylya mous of the largest air corporation in the world and Mr Keene a pioneer fly er who spoke at the clubs assembly program The trips to the Municipal Airport and to airplane factories and the model plane contests also drew large crowds It is through the efforts of thc. faculty adusor Mr Wittnck and the club ofhctrs that the school has gained promi nence in this new field of ayiation 1 Um Ilrnuhtil . . y in i i I . X ' 1 - . . . . V . 'Yi Y I L " 1. , s - I l . V - ,v U 1 v , ' . V ' 1 - D 1 vm V s A ' V . ' v The meetings of the club were made interesting by the prominent speakers presented , V Y I A I i , 7. I i V I . ' A . 'Y Y - , . . . . . , . , A , , ' x ' i l Y ' V . s V' ' . i ' - V - 4 - x 1 h D i- Drama Club Thus was a banner year for the Drama Club and all those mter ested 1n Dramatncs The unusual 1nterest ln thus field among the upperclassmen was vutnessed xn the exceptnonally large number who partxclpated rn the annual tryout for new members As a result the club membershlp was ransed to fifty who enther acted m directed or helped rn puttmg on the productxons of the Club or wrote plays nts work to those aspnrmg to work ln some connectxon mth the theater and also a lot of fun to many others INOVMW1 PGHUHIH The Thnrd Annual Play Fest sponsored by the Drama Club was a worthy successor to the two prevnous ones and the proceeds were gratefullv recerved bv the Umversnty of Chncago Settlement Mr Thomas the faculty advnsor was of 1nvalu1ble and nn producmg thns successfully as nn all phases of the club s work and the ofhcers filled thexr posntnons very well Um Ilnmlr 4 d Une Y- - A Y Y . , y Y . . 9 . y I 'Y themselves. The Club gives a great deal of actual experience through l Y . , 1 . 1 . . . . , , . . . , . . . 9 Q vs? "- f QPUQ -is :sg ECO I'i'-9' Q " Q ffm.. lfi O 49 ff: -' an 47:1 oqgxvm truss' oflgb a Engmeermg Club 0 The Engxneermg Club this scar has been outstandmg m dex cl opmg an mterest nn the field of engmeernng among the students With Coburn Whxttner as presxdent and vuth Xlr Smxth the facults W advisor cooperatmg with the club at all txmes trnps and meetings of hlgh qualnty have eoxered nn a general max the field of engn neermg K-4 0 The members partntlpated ln CXCUFSIODS to varned homes f lndustry the outstanding trnps beung those to the coal Helds of Wheellng Illmols R R Donnelly and Sons Lakesxde Press and C0bllTnWblffl0f Wxlson and Company s meat packmg plant The club IS meant for those fellows 1n school who have a love for machnnes and an urge to know what makes them go It ms always easy to find some member of the club down nn the shop tearing machmes apart but lt IS not always wxse to walt around untll the pxeces are reassembled often being embarrassmg to all partnes concerned All 1n all lt s ldeal sport and excellent traxnmg for those who are of a mechamcal turn of mmd Thls year Bull Prmgle was vnce presxdent and Ralph Nxcholson was secretary l 2 WCM 'Cp ll!! J-.J E f T3 One Hundred Two graemaalaaswamssssuaaaosgeeeae me D C2 , O Q P - Q66 fJ'7fQ C3606 'Sian 66015 ' Q . qs-1 is - J ep o w Ya-QQXQQVQ ca xii? -"gJ'c'?'o 373542519 Q :m e F I 1' I l yoga D . . 0 1 135 Q gon . . y .-.s 'n' . lg, . , ' .. ing , . . - 'Q , C , 5 1' ' . .,. , 1 .V u . w l NEQ . ' 7 . . . . . 25 lag R C s rl 3 W t E H23 R - E Q R F Nfl " :.. Q M ES? 'Emi E D535 Egg 5 U French Club rm-1 thy past txxo mars I 1 1 tl 111 HIS IJLLIJDIL om ct rhg Iudmg L H1s,h glubs Its purposg IS to PILSLIII programs xx lmh xKlIIt,l'lILI'I.1lI1 IS xxgII IS mgrmsg Isnoxx 1111131 oi runh IU lf I1s nmkgd s11uu.dLd Thu mu.tmx's hug 11.111 kXk.x.LLIlI1L,IX xxgll 1ttu1duI ,mm to sm 1 room of s xuntx hx or 1 humlr d pgopv. Ilsumng .xtuntnxglx to somu spo..1I1Lr or Lonxusm., among tlum xu Iruuh somg WLLIFILSLIJN IS not ll ull surprnsmg RMI, Bmnlrm T11 mutmgs lI'L garrud on gntnrnlx an Irunh O LJSIOIIIIIX 1 s'x1I1Lr IS sggurcd xx ho pnsunts 1 most ll'1ILI'LSIlI1V IlIIs but oftun ducted to nhg SIIIQIDQ of I rgngh songs I xgrxom h1s .1 ghmu. nn thus xx IX to 1ppIx xxh.1t In has IL:1rnLd ln hls glass xxorIs .md to muruasg Ins Lommand of rh1 Ilngulgu Nhss Norman has prox Ln hersdf a most pleasant and capablg adx nsor .md rhg ofhuers h.1xL Looperatgd vxlth her and xxlth the gapable presndunt, Ruth Box nton to m.1I1L the club war 21 rv..1I Sucuss Ifvvgfi Um lllzmluff IIH11 Du ' , ' ' .1' C1"1'l1' 'r' 111-1' .. " - 1 ,' 1 1. ' y 'I ', - . 1 ' -1 1 1 . - ' , I -- 1 u '- 1 - 'c , u ' I- ' 1 ' , , 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 x 1 1- ' .1 1 - sul'-I in 5- ' - '- -' . . 'A thc members thcmsclvcs .1rt1c1 atc ID vro'r.1ms such as the su-lc shows and the ITIHIIIIII I Is . 1 1 1 ' ' l-- 1 fy ' s 1,1 1 ' 1 ' 1 If ,1 I Af '- ' 11 K 1 -1 1 1' . 1 ' 1 ,..,,.,, V , wg km I A Was? ' QF! .ia 1 , -4 ul 3 '-I -L' - H1 Y Club The Hi Y club has alu ays been a well known organization at U High Its purpose is to create maintain, and extend rhruour the school and commumts high standards of Christian character Fellows who best live up the four C s clean speech athletics living scholarship secure membership Every year a week ns set aside dur mg which Hx Y endeavors to stress the four C s Two important undertakings of Hx Y this year have been to support two poor families thruout the winter and to collect food and clothing for the unemployed Then too the club has tried to enter into many of the school activities and the student council in every way possible Bob Rice have learned many valuable things about other races and their customs Much of the success of the club this year was due to the President of Hi Y Bob Rice, whose competency and leadership made the club yet higher in its aim and to the line cooperation of the faculty advisor, Mr Williston and Mr Shaw the Y M C A advisor Slmnn 1 5 Bin r Idlfll 4 afbi r I in klmr If W afvm 'lf rn 411 XX lnlfn r ll V Ill: Inn Harm . f X . V . . . ,, g Y . ' , . . . Q I Y Y ' 3 1 9 - ' , . - - , ' s 4 - , Hi Y meetings were made interesting by serious, interesting talks from which the boys Y . . ' . , . , .... . - S'Il Y f 4 - - . N 1 " . , 1' ' RH' A ' Um' llnmlrrd I-'mir ' o 5Yg3?1 E 9 - fzw ffoq If F63 5 Z5 Off R ' A IIE 0 I U 0333 F I I D Cffuzers of HifY 'WU ROBERT RICE .............,,............,........, President Q I : EB 3 HE I D U U WILLIAM GORMAN ..........,..,.,..........., Vice-President COBURN WHITTIER .......,,..........,....,...... Treasurer CHARLES MACCLINTOCK ..,,.........,..........,., Secretary Members of Hi-Y Louls BAER OWEN FAIRWEATHER WILLIAM SILLS BROWNLEE HAYDON CHARLES MERRIFIELD EDWIN IRoNS ROBERT SLOANE HILMAR LUCKHARDT WILLIAM WATSON DAVID LAWSON LAWRENCE LAFFERTY JACK HARRIS CARL STROUSE RANDOLPH BEAN JAMES MARIQHAM ROBERT EBERT WALTER CAI-IILL NORMAN HOWARD BARCLAY PRINGLE GAHAN LAWLER FRED LAUERMAN SAM HAIR JOHN STEAD RUDOLPH BRETZ TOM DEWTY DAVID KUTNER RALPH NICHOLSON GEORGE WLMPLE One!-I nd dF'Ie I N 1 2 Sa H 80 Woo Ill J-.J GGG XY QCDQCD Tis., 66063: fg, Q of ff vxkx- ix-.S:.x fx 5922 3kyCa5m E , 5 H IS F F I F I F5 I 5 F53 Q Sd I I " A Q E! s E W G' I 5 I egg U? Q0 ,, 5555 2 A O , N L .I!5EQJU3QEEESiE??3U2Ii9033i?3Q,QeIU E533 352 E33 QI? ' MOVIC Club The XIOXIL Club rs one ot the iexx speexll mterest elubs merelx 'ol Lll'lClk!'k.llS9l11LI'l Ind furnishes 1 gooe exlmple of xx lx xt the xounger members of the selxool em do bx themxelxes lt IS 111 lmportant part ot the llXLS of the unelerelxssmen md his ,ust eoneludeel .1 most ueeessful xexr The meetings for the most plrt xxere turned oxer tc spelleers on the xx onders of the moxle xx orld mel to exhlbxtnons ot DIOXIDQ pletures taken bx the membfrs themselxes Thus elub Romlul I serxes the purpose of ILlLl'llI1g nts members SOI'l1LIl1lDg about the I1lLLl'l.1I'llLS of moxxes as vxell as glxxng them manx entertalnxng hours The held xxhleh xt studies IS a large one and one vxhleh plaxs .1 large part m the daily life of almost exerxonc, so a knovx ledge of xt ns xcrx useful Nlnss Campbell has helped the otjheers of the elub greatlx to malee thexr xear xx or hxlx rcprcsentatlxe of the elub we pw R. s ii kwa l Um llnmlr. J N11 - , -, - , , , V ,-V , ,f - , ,- , . V. . K .. . 1 t , , ,.. .V V , -, V,- - , ., , , .... , . V . V . , V - . V-,-. V, , ,, - , V V, , , V, . 1 . . Q , . . , .- , V. , V .. , V, . V ,V V . . ,, . V . ,. ,V, V , , ,V , , V,. V . 4 . x , ., , ., ,,. , , , V , . . "I x A . . .. . . ,. . V, V V, V , V , , V , V - , V , V , V V V V V ,, . , . V , . , V V V V V , e V V , ' , , - - ,V V VV, , V,V V 1 V A x 1 . 1 V1 ., 5 ,, ,, V. . , V VV. H- . V Vf,,4,',,,x V. , . Vw, '-.7 V cytki, I 4 Q. ' 3.1 VS 'J,.VL'i.,'r aw ,' . - 1' V , . f 'W' . w MUSIC Club Thr. Nluslc Club ns .1 great and ID dutlopmg Ill 41 Ifllallmlflflll fm ffl h If fs of lf Tht programs haw bun xtrx umqut IS xx tll IS nnstruttlxt X trap xx as talxtn tor tht hrst rntttxng fhfllllll Hn 4 ll ot the Cnxl Optra studnos and othtr progx lms xx hugh tol loxxtd suth as the mutlng held xxxth tht French Club lt xxluth Prtnth songs xx ere sung and the Kitchen Sxmphonx xx trt llso xtrx hm Thr Club IS ont of tht most popular sptull mttrtst tlubs ln tht sghool and .1LLOITlPllShLS to a grant dugrut nts purpos ol trtltm-' .1 gruttr undurstandlng and lnlxxm, for musu. an tht sthool Ilnllnmll Nlr Xml has strxtd .ls .ldxxsor for tht club thus xur .11-d It his buxthttd bx this Duc to tht Hne Loopuratxon of all tht mtmbgrs thcrt has btcn 1 largt .ztttndangc it all ofthe hm programs Thr ofhacrs are to be commended for thur untxrmg tfforts through out tht war OmIl1mdudSr 1 in . m D I D ' w'x l V "'. I , ' - . .f I. . 7' HVI' JIU-gf I U. ' X ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '. A -. V' A, ' V V, ' .'- , Vl' 'X 41' n'.x 'C " , ' '. ' " - Vs, - , ,,' ,I , q , - i , '- Q 1, V , ' w , SV . ., , . V, V x L. 1 L . x x N I- x 1 V n"V . u m ' . x -' -" . x x- 1 rs' Vx I - m V ' 1 5 ' P' . , l . s -V ' y AV ' . V 1 ' t t ' b, V ' V- . V. -V . s ' Vs V ' - . .' s V ' 1 - rf ' r x x a V xx V x- u v - - , . . . s . vs 1 - 1 s' ' ' s - ' 1 s -,V F7 i AVR? ffesvvom 3-, Qt. 1 7 if 1 60 O v G, R E3 l - Users a A age 9 Hom g e ,ge 5 5 U raise E'lln Sa I T T v ' 1 Purple Masque Club OOF E The Purple Masque is one of the most important clubs in the extra-curricular life ' of many sub-freshmen and freshmen, and has proved itself to be of great value to them. E The purpose of the club is to promote an interest in acting, directing, lighting and other l theatre arts among the underclassmen. As the club is only for underclassmen they have " Q'- full opportunity to show their talents and to run the club to their liking, thus developing S their abilities, both in conducting a club and in things connected with the theatre. I Among the several plays which were given during the year the best probably was 5 Great Caesar. They were so popular that often people had to be turned away. Unlike most clubs, the Purple Masque has no regular oHicers, but with the help of Mr. Shiley, the I faculty advisor, the more active members have made the past year a very fine one in the H history of the club. Q 80 .5 w U A Members of the Purple Masque Club .J cl BETTY CROWE MARGARET MhRRIFlELD JEAN KINCHELOE JEAN RUSSELL JANET SIBLEY ELEANOR SNYDER ROSEMARY ROBERTS ELROY GOLDING One Hzmdrcd Extjht ECQCQLVL 8J L12 XQORBK53 QE? E-'gg QTAQ13 Q09 N 'DQS 969519 gptggvx q fxa. GGG! 'E-:Q CQGDQ 'N Q ooo "xqfxf'3gfJ 0 EQ :F . Q0 be 5 L-J S sg E F ' E E fe SEQ 2 ga be A Sm Q UE O Q 0 A 0 J ng jg' OO, O 'lv f21ifjT,1 fy AFV' 11 DQ "TSI '-r Q WEP MDQ EQQF E59 1 :A 0 4iXgf.f 1 ' ."'.' '- f: 1' ' ' Y SCISDCG Club The Scnence Club had a most suecessful season due to a great xarretx of programs The majorltx ot these were talks bx dnstln guxshed senentnsts such as Wir Gerhard of the Fxeld Niuseum, Dr Iuller, Professor Tas lor, and Professor Breasted of the UDIXLYSIIX Some field trnps to mterestmg places were also held Thus a vude range of subjects were offered from Anlarcfu Explorafum to Planls of flu Imlmna Dunn Through a trlp to the Unnersxtv outstandnng senentnsts Slaujfrr The elub was able to operate more ethcxentlx due to changes m goxernment mhneh secured more effeetnve cooperatxon betvn een the officers and the lcub eommnttees The attendance at the meetmgs was large but membershlp was just about normal As usual the Suenee Club had one of the most mterestmg tables at the Book Farr 'VIr Frank was of great and to the capable officers nn thenr work Om I11HldH'dXHlt . r l ' ' ' I - ' l I E ' - ' - . .1 4 Y Y. I . greenhouse the club members were fortunate enough to hear several 1 Q' - s 1 - ' 1 ' s ' ' A s Y' Y . i - I. Stamp and Com Club 11111 1 44 1 S muh Sff uxunlc'Tn txpxeal of one of me mthuslast e luetlons held bx the Stamp and Com Club durlng the xear Thus ns a elub xx hnch affords the phd mlur and the numnsmmst the opportumtx of gcttmg the fullest musure of pleasure. out of hxs hobbx It emu hum a ehanu. to 1 lnttle monu Bx keeping, nn tough suth hxs fellow eolleetors he Q ln 'also learn the latest Juju on eolleetmg., lan lm I lumll The meetings are desoted to talks on stamps or coins and to auctions An cxhnbmon IS held bs the members at the end of the war and the elub also had ax most mtcrestmg dnsplnx at the Book Panr The ofheers haw been greatlx helped m makxng the club thus year a fine one bx Hr Havslnns 'fm Iilillllfltf ln. . l",1' "nl..' lfiw "r1l..' ix "1 :.' 'alffur " .. h'sis . . . . . . e . . . X . .K . x Y , .- 1 l '. ' x A. L l ' A ' 7 D 7 I 1-K 1 1. 1 ' 1. ,' 11k ' 1 . -1 acquire new stamps and coins, to sell or trade duplicates, and to make A ' 1 17" -1 - 1 A , ' - 1' ' 1 v - - ' -5 . K 1 1 . 1 1 - 1- ' y' ' f . 'Q ' . -I Y K 1 , k- I , . W v .7 . I - Y V .Y , 1 If' , 55 5 X u hd 1: 11 W Wr1ters Club Tht one md onlx llttrarx soeletx .1t L Hugh xx .ls cstzblx htd nn tht tall ot 1974 for the purpose ot LDLOUYJQIHZ budding xoung luthors and dLXf.l0Pll'1g thelr knowledge ot hterlture Llth mem btr must eontrlbute an OFIQIDJI poem storx or essu tleh month and the lnterarx efforts xx hneh are deemed xxorthx are prmttd ln the C1 lr goxlv. publlshtd uerx month The elub IS organnled lnto three eommlttces the Pubhelts Commmttcc ws hleh takes wrt of all .ldxer t1s1ng for tht elub the Orngnnal Works Lommnttee which reeencs 1 , , the irtlclts submits them to the taeultx members 'md returns on thc. vxorlt of yournlllsts The Writers Club xx IS fortunate enough to steure Thornton Wlldtr promment luthor for thur next meeting This txpt of enpox able program was furnnshed throughout the star Nir Shllu fneultx adusor Ind the elub oih ers hue succeeded ln prcparlng a series of lntertstmg programs and thls IS pros J bx the large attcndince at all meetmg , I 1 ' 5 W ' 1 1 - I Y Tru 1 Y. - ' . As 5 N " . 'I X I ' .vlfzll them. The first meeting featured Kathleen McLaughlin of the Tribune staff who spoke H 1 r Q T T l 3 i . N s rlfzf llmzfiwfl lily: an Creauve Wr1t1ng Club Unnl thxs xear the underelassmen, vs ho haue been exeluded from membershxp nn the XX nters Club for upperelassmen, haxe had no outlet for thelr mterests m cfeatne xxrntmg Ir was m response to .1 genulne need and deslrc for guidance and stlmulatlon among Sub Ireshmen .md Freshmen that the Creatne W rntmg Club vs as organued m I-ebruarx , 1951 The hrst meetnng xx as held lebruarx 25 If sxhneh tnme short talks were gnen bs Nlargorne Izvung, Sue Nixller, Nlnss Campbell, and Mr Anderson At thus meetnneg otheers for the xear were eleeted It 15 not the purpose of thus elub to sponsor a sernes or popular leetures bx uell lxnoun sxrnters Rather If IS to gne guldnnee and training m ereatne writing The meetmgs mall eonsnst therefore mamls of eonstructne erntxensm and dnscussnon of preees of wrmng submitted bx members of the Club Onls oeeasnonal meetings wall future vxell known speakers The Club vushes to express xts deep gmtxtude to Mr Anderson nts fleulty .1dx1ser, vsho has so lundly gnen much of has time to the organllatlon of the Club OFFICERS MARIORXL Exuxo Presrdent jox HANSON Vxce Presndcnt SUL MILLLR Secretary Treasurer MR ANDFRSON Faculty Advnscr Um llnmlnfl lull.: 1 u 1 V 1 1. 1 V V1 Ve , , ' ' VV- 1 . . . . .. 1, V, , , V, 1 . 1 11 V 1 1 ' ' - . 1 . 1 . 1 V V V. .1 ' ' V 1 1 V, V1 V Q V 1 1 1 ,, ',, , 1 V 1 1 V 1 11 1 1 1 A . . 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Due to the rather general depression the business department has found it exceedingly difficult to secure sufiicient advertising to finance the book, and the editorial staff working on Noel Gerson I S qc 2 SQ 80 W pu JJ D33 EEH32JQtf39E2El'SfvfSll.93lQSU thilg EERE? '5':' fEQ3E3'E'f5 OEB CPB Q99 flick 306 'x'5.,,, 6609 , 'QA Q 0 .61 rffcg Q66 'Xigj A60 01? ax's.'Xf'?fJ 0 EQ 3 B Q0 r y 6 Iii r-in-rbif Q ' 5 ' , J' j ' . Y. . an l -Q C9 . Bu inrs Manager U U P 0 an i " A il 0 90 on c Rd A o . t O Q f f'7-v. , F -"-' 'i Q ng, .','. . v-' 1' llm1dr'nll"ifh a EP - -e safe ,ff-we - Q-Sa g gm!! HD FQ ,WU 5 8 O G Of' U K , ' 0 Q . f OQQ "F s l. Q , -ua '-'-- -- -- - - . fl il 'L s ac k .9 54 O ' I Rosamund Dargan The Gargoyle The Gargoyle thus year has succeeded m producmg probably the best monthly that Umversnty Hugh School has seen durmg lts history Under the able leadershxp of Rosa mund Dargan the magazme has seen the pubhcatlon of some rather excellent prose and poetry The depressnon effected thas pub lmcatxon as well as exther of the other two but through the able management of Coburn Whnttuer ut has appeared as scheduled each month m nts customary sxze and form Wnth Mr Shlley to crltnclze the works whnch are submitted for publication only the more su Woo lvl LIB nu JLJ perlor pneces have been publnshed mcludmg the addmon of a seetnon of French compo sntxon and wrntmgs from the Elementary School chnldren vshneh has been followed Of IIS specxal features the most lmportant mcluded the pubhcatnon of hltherto unpub hshed poems of Vachel Lmdsay and the cor relatnon of the Populanty votes for the entnre school Coburn WlJIffltf PI I I mdrr'm1'Snf KEHSQ EQIQEWEUEHQEU 513363335 p Q3l?5"3 Q QQQD fi-' some Graaf- on GB wx. we Hex, o f bs Qs? frfy-i s s!-,x'x'.m6Jf X2i,fx fs 30055-XJR-ery:-,271 O Hs a . 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EM QF 5 9 E i U . 1 Q Q5 1 Q E i E A A A Q ,11' ll ,.,1f 1 1-1-1 151-1.-1111111 1 1 ffgfx 8 D A bu: T v - ORB Q 36023 iw I 2 5 Q P 0 1 1- .APCTFO "'-g g ., Qs 5 - OO 'wx 0 G OO . . :E O -1 Q mazfgbemvm -'-1-'5' JP ' P- 'F f , D - T E153 I l Qogrfil Q cz E WU -5 O The Midway The Mxdway IS the volce of U Hugh as nt keeps the entrre student body mformed about school affanrs The paper vsas most successful thus year the first m whnch a hve column paper was prxnted In fact on s veral occa slons a larger paper was put out Several new and benehclal features were nntroduced such as the mclusnon of tvuo or three pictures m each xssue changmg the day of publnca tnon from Wednesday to l'r1day and the shortenmg of artncles thus makmg them more conclse and mterestmg and as a result of these changes the paper was much 1m proy ed A large part of thxs lmprovement was made posslble by the support of the stu dents ln buymg subscr1pt1ons and of course by the hardworkxng busmess department J I C abc an Dal ld Kuhzvr whrch got many adx ertrsements rn sprte of the current depressxon The specxal rssues such as the first one and the convocatlon nssues whxch summarnzed the actxvltnes yyhnch took place durmg the last few vteeks of P 5 board of edxtors was well orgamzed thxs year and was therefore very efhcxent The entxre taff proved xtself to be very capable and dnd a good job Speclal credlt should go to Davld Kutner as Editor rn chief for has Hne vxork nn a dxihcult positron and to Donald Roth who as Business Manager kept the paper on nts feet Hnancxally Mr Barnard and Mr Dew ey aided the board greatly mn the capacltv cf faculty advxsors Om' Ilxmdr d E1 1111 Donald Rolf: Q0 Q , U' IV4 l'--TF ff ll VZ a lgeegiggfae aliiiiiiailfilfolaeaogfeggfimn Qieeaa Q J caf wa greeav ig ag l . . . , . lr - v - E . . 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A V ' 0 -fig Ei? - W -an va t J U High Mldway H0715 TEAM PLAYS GAHE AT BLOOM n xwlnT1l gyv xr I UV" lllhil. iv! 05? :Zh 'Q EI-.fi :EQ E 'GD C-999' may 0 -13' Us O 0 o U00 The Ghost The pubhcatnon of the Ghost IS one of the most eifectne ways of arousmg school spxrnt before the lmportant athletlc games of the year Thxs year the Senior class put the Ghost out three tlmes and It was as usual well recexved by the student body Perhaps xt us pa tly due to the pubhcatnon of the Ghost that the school teams were so successful W BOARD OF MEDIUMS CARL STROUSE Chxef Spook BARCLAY PRINGLE Assxstant Medmm PM JACK HARRIS Assnstant Mednum J LJ CHARLES Msmurln D Assnstant Mednum Om' Huml fd I uly 5891132-,737 EQQEQWQWEQQSU Q33 5313293 QQQSESEQ HQQQGJ f7v'X 6606 rX1x"5.,,x.1 'QA Q r fx 'LIVE-'lex-.5 WY.f:x'XYsQ'c? 1LfN fX'goog,-X-Zyfxl-igfgo P ' or : A y ep: - e tr- 'X 5 5 'I .F O -d"w1. , l In - . I."-,Q X 1 U 0 O U Q S -W EE 1 ,U E cg 1 1 O H Se 80 B . , . 3 ' Q . . r . . U Q0 F 5 E . 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I O o mv O CIOC DAILY EXHAUST BOARD The Da1ly Exhaust If A look at the Daxly Exhaust every day durmg one s study hour xs a good way of ketpmg up wnth current topics as many students at U Hngh seem to reallze A staff of edltors arranges cllppmgs from the Chlcago Trnbune each morning on the Bulletm Board placed for thxs purpose m the llbrary Thus feature IS greatlv appreciated by the manv people who are thus able to save a great deal of time whlch they would otherwnse spend readmg a large paper It gxves other mformatnon whxch they would not other wxse get DAILY EXHAUST BOARD Q How ARD C HILL JR Edntor 1n Chnef H V JACOBSON Assnstant ARTHUR HANsEv Assnstant PHILLIP JORANSON Assnstant Dmm LAWSON Assnstant Om' Hundr cd Tzcvntv One QZEHQQQEQQEWEHSQEQQSV WH SEEN of T Q3 EJ? Q66 fi 65660 G6 8 353 H CPC! ffq fN1X"b.A. GQ fx., Q F O FLJVQK-7Nf5 y 'Yf'X"Xx.1gJYg 2k..'X 'go :tx-vx:.v'g7J 0 E Ego as l , Bm 9 wg D Q 3 see if 2 'MQ - Q . . , . 5 Z ' A . D. -a' . . E Q E R R R - E .som , I - - Q :ffl ' E 5 E E V . , uteu e u es t E T Q5 Q , M .llflfulu fl Efsnflff ' " E g T 2 S Y tu,esu .a ,. 5 : 2 d o E ,,, P .R M .7 0 o c!! 0 -F L Rmamnml Dargan C bdlflildll The Board of Puhheauons The prlmarx funetlon of the Board of Publxeauons IS to gffeet .1 LIOSL eooper anon of the publleatlons xxhxeh vshlle Lneoumglng the rnalrx between them pools their gtiort tovs ard the success of meh mdnnduml member The posmon IS ehanrman has been lblx fulhlled bx Rosamund D.1r3.,.1n Edltor nn Chnnf of the Gargoxlo. B Ilaylnn C Xl lvlffnv D Ixufmr Crm D Rnflv Hu llnml: 1 K' I K . . ' v Y 1 I , . -f I . 3 I Y - ' x ' - ' x ' ff ' , Y ' - ' v ' x f 'Ky' t r ' v iv 1 - 1 1 V - 1' 5 - Y' x 1 1- ' - . 'D 'A I I . lg ' . A V W . , ,. V ' -' - ' , v r' A4 , .,,f. g..g ' -' asf ,A I E .f , . ' ' N, B. I' ,un . r 'FlTh'1'llf-X'-TRW B Q DJ V O o nod A I 5 C9 - SR' 4'-g, 639' is QE li OO v dw- O 0 ii' FE?l?P 'E' ' ' B - 05" . , . .. 'N El O W..- . '9 " E H ' F15- E " B Haydon Better Adverusmg Comrmttee The Better Advertnsmg Commlttee does 1ts work quxetly so qunetly nn fact that one is scarcely aware of 1ts evustence Some of the most valuable work toward malung our school a fine one IS done by thxs commxttee The prlncnpal duty nt performs ns that of supervlsmg the posters whnch appear ln our halls All forms of publlcnty come under xts jurlsdxctlon as nt decldes on suntable places for posters and sees that these posters come up to the standards whxch 1t sets Thus thas body deserves the credlt for the good cor rndor advertnsmg BOARD BROWNLLE HAYDON' Chanrman RUDOLPH BRETZ Sub chan man CH XRLES HEINLM KN Student Councnl Representatxve MEMBERS ERNEST BOGIN WIARIAN EVANS PEGGY Moolu: And Others Om' I-Izmdl d I2 writ 'Ihrve W .V Pl pug JJ Vi I f76Qli1El1QQ2f'i3b?95Eb.33rCe3l99?i3i2l5lQ0:U 5533 3 9195 QR382' 'le E33 QCQGJ xii Qciomcm Ns., CEGDOYQ 6-'Civ-N QQ of CIx.j Q66 2Lw':.x.'N'gJ,00GT7gxxfxf'lilf9o H 6 its 8 ..,, A L+! 7 ei ' B so gtg .. , 2 pl - E s.,r , B B y 3 ..... 7 . .. 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R Ru: Mr Maromw Mr Walker Mus: Loqaua :lar rooler The Coaches Mr Maroney who has been wuth the school advusung and unstructung athletes for many years us one of the most respected members of the hugh school faculty Every boy un school admures hum and hus unspurung personaluty It us only as substantuatung proof that we cute hus statement at the Fathers and Sons Banquet when he told the fathers that boys at Unuversuty Hugh School do not he There are those who realuze why everyone us truthful and natural before such a personaluty Grunnung most of the tume yet capable of severe reprumand Mr Walker coaches the second soccer team and the track squad Hus advuse us alwavs concuse and generally preconsudered He has produced several conference athletes of hugh standung and thus year vsuth somewhat stragglung materual produced two furst rate squads Ted Prosser although Swummung Coach generally runnung around un a swummung robe and rubber sandals can always be relued upon for a wusecrack or swuft comeback un any repartee He has however won the respect and admuratuon of those who have been trauned by hum on the swummung team Mr Irwun punch hut coach un any event us a genual companuon on trups and helpful advusor un matters of athletucs He has charge of several of the younger classes un gvm work has been :u welcome addutuon to the Physucal Educatuon Department Gurls Athletuc Coaches Muss jones head of the Gurls Athletuc Faculty us one of the best luked unstructors un U Hugh She us always full of pep and ready to undertake anythung that wull be of unterest to the gurls She follows the development of each gurl wuth a personal unterest I Huuuulr JT u HP- '1 85 W nu JLJ USB o ZSMZQQRQESUZQHESHQEU WE 533923 QQQSEQQEQ re QCQC9 fy-N, C3000 'x'3.,,, GGCQQ 6-'-Q34 QQ Cx' Cab Lfvv-1,5 Q Yecxxs G X211-:X fs 'ffm o Q75xs.fxl-szfifa 0 F D 2 . E 0 ro - 5 .... l -A-, ul EDO tees 'fa r U . . "', . .', . , K., '4 2 Us H E n u w 3 1 . . . .. .. .s . .. my l u ' f . . ' ' 6. 5 ua S C , , , M 5 n E 2 U ,U ,. ., . y. U . .D 5 5 " cv E O uv -u zu' u'1u I-'-I"it'f' E E 'W WE "Q . 'Q QU ijvvqg " . ,,,4 , :lv......g.Tf-I ",. Q O :ff .,., ..,.. .. ' 'J'g"1,, ' 's T 7, '- a nn O IK 0.09923 3'-f"-1. Bm 4Ij,ibo o om JJ QQ QQEJQEJ FE W DZ D from the time the girl enters as a Sub-Freshman until she leaves the Senior Class. The o girls don't know what girls' athletics would come to if Miss Jones should leave. Miss Cope has only been at U. High two years, but she is already one of the "fam- ily." She is an earnest, conscientious worker and is well liked by the girls. She "knows her stuff" about hockey, basketball, baseball, and swimming and it is a pleasure to work under her guidance. o 0 O I I l J Miss Lewis is our far-famed swimming instructor. She knows how to handle Sub- Qg Frosh or Senior, and with her wonderful disposition and popularity with the girls she is sure to remain with them for some time. Do U MAJOR LETTER AWARDS FOR THE SEASON 5 D Harold Block III B ug xvalter Cahill 111 Norman Curtis II Edward Duddy I Frank Taussig III Coburn Whittier III Robert Rice I Charles Mac Donald I George Wemple I Richard Cochran I uintm Johnstone I Sam Hair I Mansfield Schmidt I ames Markham I Wallie Duvall II Gahan Lawler III Bill Sills II jack Harris I Carl Strouse I David Kutner I Ovn en Fairweather II Chuck MacCl1ntock I Norman Howard I oe Ransmeier I Fred Lauerman II Charles Merrifield III Louis Baer II 80 U 1 Tennis Golf and late Baseball and Track lettermen are not listed J T' One Hundrcd T anti .Su 3 mrs Q99 fs-f'l'..k C9006 GGCSFQ 6-'Q'-X3 Q F QN4. 6 1-rf5 , i?4x'xs2cQ' 1x,fx fs Q'ooQ 'ixcfxl-iifug 2 Se E E i s el B E F r eg ' ' 'y 'ea F J a . . 5 E . Q' i. E egg G J A H E 5 ' ' E E E Beg E if E B C, E F s msn " 5 G i is . :H as g A A Dllf f ama.aia s1ls.is5l e..2 ese QQeesaQgea J' X 2535 f f A f I S m 5 Agfa gilfgg. iff Q' 0 X 'x if -.z - ' .S A-L sl 'War- ' f .,,,l'.' X I 6 X X f A X M I I X , 4 ll - lf, F . - . 437, 4 5 9 Ill I P Q? 15521 B if O'Q ff QE nl J: 5 O 7 E 5 Z! Q Flo HST' QE, O 49 .-7 mavg0 f". 'W Tbe Squad Soccer Irospects for the soccer season vsere indeed dim in October as 'Vlr Maroney had onlv four lettermen back from last years team However as is sometimes the case the U High team turned in a perfect record for the season playing six games and winning all the inter school ga es and battling to a scoreless tie in a pre season game with the Alumni Taussig at center Merrifield at an inside Bob Rice Captain at half and Strouse at full were the only lettermen the team had to start with but the materialization of a championship team vias entirely dependent on the playing of those who so ably filled the vacant positions. In the line Bill Sills play ed an excellent game on the right outside and was ably assisted by Mannie Schmidt. Right inside was played by Merrifield with Cochrane at left. Frank Taussig vias the team s center living up to his reputation by his speed and adroit ball handling. Norm Curtis the flashy left inside was a great teammate of Frank and Charlie, and by his speed and daring won a place of honor. U. High, 0 Alumni, 0 A well represented alumni team, including jim Lewis, T. Whittier, et al, were unable to score against the strong U High defense, and although the ball was in the enemies' territory most of the game we were unable to score, because ot the perfect playing of lim Lewis. U. High, 4 Hyde Park, 2 The ancient rivals of U. High came and were conquered by a strong offensive and defensive U. High team. Whittier and Strouse were the defensive lights while Rice and Cochrane led the offensive attack with a goal apiece. 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E24 f A Q o age-0 -- 6,70 -as BE i ucixn M" f " 12' Q -GO 4'-f Eoczmvm J-13' 42 ' Curtis U Hugh 2 'I lden 0 U Hugh shovuung a splendud burst of offensuve form un the first half of the game scored a beautuful goal on the cuts champ The plas was Cochrane to Taussug U Hugh was defensuvels flavs less due to the remarkable plaxung of Lawler Wliuttut Strouse and Faurvseather U Hugh 4 Oals Park 0 U Hugh contunued un her strude and took th fast Oak Park team unto camp on her own field Ovs ue Faurweather scored the first U Hugh goal lust as tue first half ended Taussug drubbled half the length of the field and kucked the s coad go1l un the last peruod U Hugh 4 Oak Park 0 ust as darkness fell on the wet and muddy Held Sulls sl pped the ball through for a goal as the half ended From then on the defensuxe plavers Whuttuer Strouse Faurweather and Ruce kept the ball out of dangerous terrutory Merrufueld Lurtus and Taussug played a remarkable game chasung the almost unvusuble pull un the dark U Hugh 4 Hyde Park 0 U Hugh completed uts undefeated season bv takung the final game from the Hx dc Parkers The U Hugh team played 1 strong offensuve game Curtus scorung un the first half and Tuussus, scorung un the second Played Won Lost Tued Percent Season Totals 1000 The IllUI'nI1l game WHS 3 practuce pre 56215011 g2ll'Tl6 uunnue Johnston played left outsude and skullfully carrued out hus dutues XV1 t Cahull assusted hum un a versatule mann r 1"!lIl'lL vafber Slrouse 1 s One HunuducdT nlu X uc o F Woo 04 l .J..u PZ raeggagesuaauqeasa e-:ug we Q e es T es fl-wwf ' ei C 833 G1 LJ Q 0 i Q . ---- -e T u7Quf..Q.:.-.T .' fx 1:2 .... 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"Coke" Whittier and Carl 0 Strouse were the defensive aces whose playing was consistently o remarkable. ,,, The fact is proven emphatically when statistics show that only one goal was scored against them and that the result of a pc-nalty. - .fi- Mr. Maroney thought that he'd have to look a long way to find as efficient a goalie as Lewis. Gahan fjoej Lawler, the wise cracking senior filled the position showing remarkable courage and skill. So much for the regular squad. Something must be said O :IOC Caplan: Riff second team the onli Mayor U Rice Captain MacDonald Man Strouse Whittier Fairweather Taussig Curtis Merrifield Cochrane 1 s Iavsler Cm luau I I I1 for those who made up the second team commonly known as bench viarmers Jim Markham Panama Hou ard Haydon and Block were the substitute linesmen who assisted the varsity In the half and full back positions were Lewis Kutner Baer Lafferty Hair OBrien Lauerman and Bressler Such was the team that could beat the first team LIST OF AWARDS Kutner Harris Bressler Hovs ard Lewis Sundstrom Rausmier Norby Nicholson Heineman Hopkins Devs ey Eastman Block Schmidt Wemple Cahill Irons Johnstone Rich Markham Hair Gorman Mmor U Lafferty Hay don Panama Baer Ebert Pringle Bogin Watson Schlesinger O Brien Ian It r 'lautsz pun .JJ ZEMQSJESEQEQQIQBSIGSIQSUWEQEEHBQE QQQSQEQ on HQQQQQU f-Yffik 6060 NS... GCDCMQ .fx Q be 1 1192-..Q , iv.x-x-.X-: 2mvx 'gf-33 ixftfxgaiffao EE 1 oo , , ci ' SE Q . 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Sills and Cochrane as letter men Mr. Maroney had to work with Carl Strouse and - Dave Kutner and Owen lfairxxeather who were the resfrve strength that dex eloped into i Y O D Es 1 YY- E E Eli 'bc 344 11' iirst team material. Duvall lead all the scoring ending the season at Blue Island with a record breaking tw enty-two points. Although an attack of appendicitis kept Cochran- out until A anuarx' the team worked x'erx' smoothly through the early part of the season. lanama. Dell Sundstrom Markham and Olsen m.1de up the second team reserve. . 'ligh , Alumni 17 The annual Alumni free-for-all team was comprised of such stars as Langford Lewis and Kerr. They proved too much for the home boys. xx ho were just shaping into form. L. High 24 Deerfield ll Pl txing the first game aw ax from the home floor the Mlronexmen with Dux all leading the scoring easilx took the Deerheld team 74 to ll U I-hgh 18 Ptrker 14 Lawler and Duxall with elexen points exidenced beautiful team plax no the home floor Prospects for the season looked bright w hen U High won 18 to 14 U High 18 Bloom 27 In the hrst league game the U Highers leeeixed a setback Although oux team worked smoothlx Bloom was more aeeurate in shooting Dux all led the seoring xxith twelxe points itll 5 1' Wea Wh E D D? vc:-J E '7?Sii!sQsQLsb2Callie,silE5lQSlWEEQQEEQ EO Q A' fiii CSC-Draco C90 Jgrtxggs orbf f g fd J ,dj . ,K .f i i , : --M - fa Q .. . --A -2 if.. U O i ' D ,Q ' O f an '54, Q U- F o 4 X o o 2. ' ' 0 ' ' :nail 5 E Q i EE ! O t, K , K . ,Q , . 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U Hugh 13 Thornton JO The South Chicago lads had theur ewes on the hoop and U Hugh dud not While meeting defeat at the hands of an expert team U Hugh put up a good fight U Hugh 14 Calumet Cuty 18 The recovers and unsertuon of Duck Cochrane was not quute enough to defeat the Blue and White team from Calumet The score vias close all the vuax thru being ten Z all at the half U Hugh 25 Deerfield 16 With Duvall and Sulls leading the U Hugh scoring Deerfield again welded to the fighting Vlaroon and Blacks vuuth Lavuler and Harris starring U Hugh I3 Kankakee 26 ficultv un penetrating the Viudwas defense and won hands down Vlr 'viaronew used his rescrues un the last half of the game U Hugh 13 Thornton 25 U Hugh fell uuctum to Thornton a second time to the tune of 75 to 13 Will! Duvall s efforts to brung up the score were of no avaul U Hugh 24 Blue Island 27 In the first game vuuth Blue Island Duvall and Lawler garnered twenty three pounts but theur effort wasn t quute enough as Blue Island succeded un making twenty seven pounts 1' Harris D111 all 1 s 0 A' fjll 1111114171 rl Iluurlu H11 -,q o QQ: Qs Cn: VU0 00 QS PCI! E ilu gl Q SQ lTx? m0a-2 m3llQOnU gqQ5op.a1as'.s S Q2El5-ja as 1 s M LEPEQWJQQQES Qhgwlmll? O W Umm NME B Q Q9 H p - -u v . f i. F7 ,. ..... ,,,--A 'L i UN E of s Y., H U V V ly Mummy.. . Q ......'-,'. Q25 A ll s 'lg X -'I 1 g D sf. 1 v.'. M," XJ L L , ' . Sncgrfigl F E U , ' , y ' E 2 0 ' , . ' . E 'Q . ' , ' , 5 1 u. 1, ' ' ' , Y f ' Y y .. E 9 ' , v .. n I Q : in - , 1 ls jd - - - . - - . - it A B . A Y. V . . ' uf:- Q U 1 B it SEE E D Taking advantage of U. High fouls, Kankakee, after their long trip, found no dif- I E U ' . w 1 1 - f. 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U5 B 9 C T Si" sig - we H-4,5 -11:1-TQ -is CRE ze u. .uw M Q ff-Fat Q Q W d UGC C3 0 459 .0992 woe:-mom .J-1' QQ ' U High 7 Kankakee 18 After tras ellung all the vsax out to Kankakee the U Hughers could only score sex en pounts As Kankakee got 18 pounts the outcome was dusastrous to say the least Dux all got sux of the seven pounts U Hugh 22 Harxard 19 Proxung that sou can alvs aus tell a Harx ard man but xou cannot tell hum much U Hugh admunustered a close defeat to theur annual rux als U Hugh 11 Calumet Cutw 10 Funally Unux ersuty Hugh School broke unto the vsunnung column Plaxung unspurecl ball the home team tued the score un the last munute and Carl Strouse sunk the wunnung free tlurovs as the gun ended the game U Hugh 18 Bloom 23 Breakung away un tht last hve munutes the Bloom team turned an othervxuse clos ly contested game unto a 23 to 18 defeat for the U Hughers U Hugh 30 Blue Island 30 The U Hugh men and the Blue Island team battled to a thurty to thurty tue un a game that vuas remunuscent of college basketball storues Duvall played a brulluant game brcakung the South Suburban League scorung record vuuth twentv two pounts Carl for old U Hugh and played ut well AWARDS Major U Lawler Duvall Cochrane Faurvueather Sulls Harrus Strouse Kutner Gorman fMgrj Munor U Panama Dell Markham Ixulm r Shousu falru ralbr r u uu lu F? 1'-f ' l jEEEEiQS5E3EEbW5NQHQQSE25di5g3HQ fHQ5?E3E3 Efffck C5 ffN1x'S.A.1v Cftsqx vivo' 'L-P1 Q - ff-JJ HY:-x1xmc.6f 1xK,:.v-9-Q ooo kxxfwf-,dv G3 QP 'e:'N- , .M o Q, ' Q l U H ul: ',"" " "- . , , : l......,.Tu'-Y : A Z ..,.. 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The Indoor Track Season XX hun tn Dtttmbar Coach NX tlktr gut hts Llll for trult man onlt ttxo letttr rmn rtspondtd nimtlt lrtnlt T1U5Sl1, tnd H11 Blotlt Dgspttt thts ltclt of txpgrttnatd mt tcrttl Ind bemust of tnturtes to sutrtl nun durtng tht sttson tht teim shovt td up wrt vtc XX t trt usutllt tblt to ttltt our shtrt ol hrst plttts but tht rtstru strtngth tthtth nttght hut ttlttn sttonds tml thnds txts mtssmg The. dtshts xttrt tdmtrtblt ttlxtn ttra. of bs Norm C urtts lrtnlx Ttusstq tnd H ul Blotlt Ptah of thtst mtn thtn rt pttttd thur pcrformtntts tqutllt wtll tn tht. lots hurdlts shot put tnd hugh lump rt spc-Lttxtlx XX htttttr tlvt ns rm 1 good htlf mule btstdts pushtng tht shot Although tht hots txon fux mttts thu but ontt tgtn ts mtnx tttm ts b tt them O tk Ptrlt sttond out of tht. hu tttms totnptttng Otlx Ptrlt tht txtnntr ltttr sts tmptd tll tht North Suburhtn tttms to tttn tht C h tmptonshtp usttn lotun L ltgt 1 t,u s tx , at s R s tt, I tual suond Tht mttt tx tsl ttut t lu tn vtt lllli runntn, of Htl llloult tml No t rtts xtlo htttttm thtm ,umt L utttttx ut thtrtt ttxo Um 'V I 'i x f ' YY 'H - 'B V '- I - ' ' x ' Y 3 x ' ll. ' . , , , ',, s . ' . . ,, . ' ' , , , , V , , . ' K . . , - s ' V, V " ' '. vhs v- - I , - ' . , A 1 Q - ' .1 K ln the First mcct of the ycnr. .tml with Curtis .tnd Taussig absent. our tc.tm placed x' ! 1 'x I- ' E . V. ' 'Q x '- l . l 'K 1 A h A ' -5 " - '. lfl ln tl is tri.tnk' l.tr must .tgain t t 'o I'l.'CO:'l1l7'l trong' ltztulx tc.tm . L'. High .-nun wl. " -' . - '- '. 'c. 'cl I' l -l 'Il'. ' 5' A '. " . ,' rn Cu ' . 't ' ' y. ' -'cl '- 1'-to ' .mtl .t h.tlt points. out of .t total of ' llzpmfwfl' Yfzxtfny-5 ,:' 5 Q 7 fa- - --T ' "'-g n J. s - Ck ' f 00 1 qw. 0 e ?':i f W . .JL Wim' 6"'3'P"5 0 a a a Q 0. f av O,ff, e2 m e w ' . E mf-'CEI D o V ' o E7 GJ B111 Wfatsou Fenger Roosevelt Hyde Park U Hlgh Lady Luck was w1th the opposlng teams at thus meet In the semor dlvxsxon we were nosed out of first place by two POIDIS the meet bemg decided by the relay Whxttler and Duddy together gathered mne pomts each runmng splendxd races La Grange U Hugh Badly handlcapped by poor runmng condltnons our tracksters took a heart breakmg defeat Taussng out for the second tlme ran up a total of mne pomts Block and Whxt tner were rnght behnnd this total wnth 6 5 and 6 pomts respectnvely New Trxer U Hlgh Thls was the poorest meet of the cntlre season for the team Its only redeeming feature was IH the fact that Block was hu h omt man of the meet Taussn sustaxned an S S mjury at thls meet whxch elxmmated hum from competxtlon for several weeks The Hnal mdoor meet of the year was to say the least very gratlfymg to us The Senlor men came only very close to thexr goal Once again Block and Curtis were heavy scorers addxng up ll and 13 pomts respectively Ilundr Iflmlx 80 W Eva pun JJ VEHEQQEQQESUEEDUQEQQJ Q33 EHR? :EJ-' QE Ea? 9953 fllx CQQGQ "x'5,,.,, GCQPIQ t 4. 1-5 ep ea w Q-xxmgfeb ca zxfxs fx gf ? 5-fo i 5 E 5 ,I B ie f , SEQ 9 Q U 1 QQ Q a 25 F . t. U. up , M ge Q . . ,' . . 1 ' E PM . r ,. , ' l , 5 5 V . ' . ja Lindblom U. High Q g , , . . I lg G v E I 'E r 25 or P Z 1, ,,l. a -,., ,,.,, 55? l 51:20, E D A 0 . 0 3:30 - r B0 o E-?J?P 'M+. .f'iB. "'n . ta-- as " e il S5 ,.., " o1.::.s?nu.- .,., ., e Q 40 3'-'G'-L sf f'J JP ' 0 c . 500653 Q ca LJ EE Oo 0 A Walla' Calnll The Senuor Qutdoor Season, 1931 The Senuor track team after a none too successful undoor season faced a rather dufhcult schedule for the outdoor peruod After a rather vugorous pre meet round up Mr Walker found a rather strong team ready for battle wuth plenty of blue rubbon pn. vuunners although rather few second and thurd men Wuth Curtus and Block vueung for E, hugh oount honors funtul the former was ordered out by hus doctorj the team looked -,LJ rather well Morgan Park U Hugh At Morgan Park the senuors were defeated un the Hrst outdoor track meet of the year by a score of 56 to 46 Block and Curtus tued for hugh pount honors Bloom U Hugh At Bloom the senuor team vuas agaun defeated by a strong team The final score stood at 58 to 55 Hal Block was the hugh pount man for the U I-Iughers Evanston U Hugh The Senuors agaun met defeat un a rather dusheartenung meet wuth the Ex anstonuans The hugh pount of the meet was a ten flat yuctory un the hundred yard dash by Hal Block The final score was 90 to 23 however Hyde Park U Hugh XVhen Hy de Park came to U Hugh one murky Saturday mornung we shovs ed them a thung or two about track Wuth Taussug and Block scorung 19 'Q pounts each the Stnuors vuon an overvs helmung yuctory of 71 to 42 Blue Island Calumet Cuty U Hugh In a fast meet on Jackman Htld the Senuors fought :u hard battle uuth tuo yusutors un a frttzung north vuund whuch stufftned muscles and hundered performance luuuudu zur u lu u EQQMSQEBQESWSHEHQSVWEEEEEQE 393331353 9349 fvtf-ZX Q 00 fN1x'B...x. QCBUCSHQ fx., CQ .Ps rzfvv:-f,-E yvcvx-'5? QL's AQOSQUX fxgfu fs Q5 D U U ff ' l, ' Q Q gpg wg f 3 . ' . ' Z5 ' ' ' T oi I ' . ' , . ' d . . y . f ' v 1 s ' s f r 1 . I v v M V . V I V. l I E on a peculiar day. With head winds and hot sun for the first half of the meet they ended Um' I 'vuf Tl "In" fall! ,, 0 u as gi: 9 BQ 4 -1' -' -2 V .T , ' e 0 ' -- .- .'.-Y. 1 Q D ' I A B -1 - 1: T' T :','fv-.i1X"'l',',. Q a?' ASSE' 3 Wild M im'-tef 'wg We Bflblbllll -1 U N 5, 05,79 Z 1170- pw? ...QJ4 SN! HW' x 6' 115' . . " O I li' U SE raaea ras E B. Q 462 Cfgfiil qi al? x 0 H1133 QE ' 'E D 5 Q35 l, TE EM C119 we Q ' f s- ei? 35573 : FE Ei E-1 Do Q" 2 as A . E 5 D L' Q u gags 5 E D 80 E Tl S juad Wm The Baseball Season - A F The Hrst call for b b ll men th yea es lted e v large tur out Coach 'Vlaro ey had Capta Lavsler D ck Cochra e e 11 t Letter e ac E es K t er d Le t o g rook e The sea ch for ptel er resulted f E T3 ,JD V lx C7621 7 E Tl PJ ,J I-Tlx! I OG l 15575 Sala HQ U 95 x.. .JC ' CSOCAQQ -Q , Q94 C ' aea mqcaaa E1 E5 2135 EQ 25 I P Jr' c 1 I Jr' 2,0-Q, lbfl was ,T .Q .. Q E E asea is rr u inavr' n . V5 "' KS 1 n in f , i n and Lau rn .n, las year's m n, b k A besid u n , an wis, w promisin i s. r a i '1 Q b F5313 5 9 1 3 T in W A39 ' 2 D H , ' T ' E EE 3511 mm T p uv i U EEE me in 0 I,d1lI'l'llr'1' Luffvr -', Mgr. U go n Um' llIHIllI'f'd1:0I'fj' 1 u 7EEsiw,f?sxLfereQgDf2 'il fe H25 T0 gf LP We 3,6 Q fa, T if Q fr f ze- 52:15 O '-he L83 ,dl 5.52 -1g--CEL TQ C 3,370 O 1 O M: P 7 zqf' K? 5 ffl' 0 - .v," GJ 5 h- A Q Ov- he e " ' e e Q? f---ex 0526 '--ef wee 3. .f 'ilg' 0 up ah 0 ""'3?i E Q 40 0 3 350-new we Q U E The Baseball Season Ccontmuedl nn the selettxon of Kentutkx Dux all who shou ed that he could throxx a curxe mth the same f3C1llIX as he could drop a basket The lmcup was shxfted around a good deal but nn 1ts Hnal form nt resulted m the follovsmg order U' Nlarsh e Dux all p Trumbull lb Hou ard 7b Viernfreld ss I cwxs 3b O Iaw er c f Kutner I f PARKER VS U HIGH The season opened at home vuth Parker and altho U Hlgh lcd all the way a home run by Watkins of Parker m the last mnmg spelled d e f a t C5 to 31 Duvall pntched a good game for U Hugh and wxth Kutner made the two U Hugh hxts Lawler scored tw xtc on tvxo walks Marsh scored once on a walk D11 k Corbra n E I E so O B111 Marsb Chuck Mfffl :ld l 0 D A OneHuml1 111 fly UMC ci o CB, Woo DS? PCD ut aaamaeaaaalalaaaaeaaaeaaa aaaasa E3 1 Q C9 QD figs v a G oa , G ,-,'4. fx ' LIN., Q66 'X QQQ g'3:..x'-5.13.9 q'T'o GQ- m :m e t l z 1 ff if '-Q f I-T ' T 0 Q "f. , ' Ev. at - U so , 923 as - ,'e". P X s - T - Y P K EQ P v T Z E G U Igauirhaan: 5 E UE ,,. a 4 so 1- .bg . E if'e7', 9 val 3 .. gg 5 :f PC1251 P , lg ja 'TIP ,ff .- cl r r mlb T G9 5 w V 9 PE 4' . p :J pp p A 1. .,, , p f"e"'! W' "Q 'G-P' it 93 Q -fro we EO.:-,mam .o ,fps . 'A Q -J" 1 W T T S ' EE , - ... '50 - la.. -' " ' i ii' ' u p 5 3' "-s 'P ' ? I . 03553 " The Baseball Season Cconcludecli 0 U. High vs. Alumni 0 . o The second game of the year was with the Alumni "' and the "Maroneymen" won easily 12 to 3. "Red" I Q: Sundstrom pitched for the home team, while Bill Dee E l worked for the Alumni. T N baseball season. E U. High vs. Bloom The game with Bloom resulted in a 2 to 1 victory for the visitors Duxall pitched verx well for his Alma Mater holding the Bloom sluggers to four hits Hou ever the one hit performance of the other team was too much for our team Wallin D111 all fi ff. Cuban Iau lzr ccdflf J I ru rn D Kulml KEMSQERSEQFQMQEQQEUWEEEEHBQE 5299339 9 QQCQC9 fyegk C5066 rN:x"s..,x,1 f-'ixq 50 0 .Cx rL.fvW-7v5 'Y-vxg-xQ19 1y,'xfx'L'0oo Pxtfxw-"'fJo ,, . . . Y F V , ' -- ' QE ' o . V y . E' p ' I I E ae A c" A D . '59 , 5 J Q v E 5 - ' ' . I". .1 s" ldll . " i cr 1 .4 Ovlvllrirldrnl lfur'l-v-Tztn q ,E U 4 E Q3 0 E vvv ,Nb H V -' SEB 0 S9 Q3 A wet spell resulted in the Bloom and Thornton Q O washouts, and owing to the approaching publication G' dcad-line this must conclude the treatment of the U O Slim AX I :QM fc K ml vi ' I 1:5 , U1 4 Nom womb WA "' X 'c..' -.. J 'Q' ' s. , JP 0 f CC Z ' J . ?-fran ,I SLI 3 0' N ' 4 o ra X' l I' 9-:iq 5- if FW if . . 1 i s 6--1-Fx Q5535 gg! in 5 F l lad c Fam 5 ta Q i aa 0 I '. Lightweight Basketball Season Finishing in second place only a few percentage points behind Thornton Fractional the U High ponies led by Charles Merrifield completed a very satisfactory season Merrifield was the leading scorer of the team closely followed by Freddy Lauerman umtm Johnstone played a good game at center and the guard positions were plaved bs Norm Howard and Chuck McClintock Norm is captain elect of next year s team The team worked smoothls together all season but tvso ties resulted in the loss of hrst place U. High, 6 Alumni, 7 ueer but interesting, characterizes the alumni game, the first of the season. Both teams were out for spiritual revenge, but the Alumni were victorious finally, by one free throw. U. High, 10 Deerfield, 21 Playing their first game away from the floor of Sunny Gym, the ponies fought and were defeated. Lauerman and Merrifield showed indications of being the season's leading scorers, but this wasn't enough. U. High, ll Parker, 13 With Lauerman holding Snyder, the All-City forward, in check, and Merrifield sinking in the baskets, the upset of the year was enacted. The Parker team later went in for the Stagg Tournament. U. High, IS Bloom, IS The rafters of the old gym at Bloom were ringing when the ponies tied Bloom in two extra periods, in the first league game of the season. Merrifield and Lauerman collected thirteen of the points. McClintock and joe Ransmeier were defensively perfect. Um' llumirvd I"nrfy-l"m1r' 0 WGS OV 4 ii li ras? l E 5 ,CEE ng F' - Tv 2 - Q 0 llgfiggil? .EEERQ QEQE 5 Q u-jill' of C197 Q :r -. 4 gs m I W1 i ' .-UUA E253 e e Q 0 S e , lo i - 25? 5 fi fa 2, Sea 5 UE B F , L5 QQ SF V .. . . . . . 5 Q . . Q . V . V f cial 'SEQ Q5 B a I r . F rs - ' i a l ,, Sig Q l 41 Q :P - Y - X- ' T-, VQTF' UQ-h f" 'EXE 3 - 3 R O viii. 0 o g . 0 PCP I ZZ?-' O qi N U Hugn 15 Thornton 13 0 Auded by a large turnout the U Hugh team played a good game of fast ball and H won the ball game un the last few seconds by Nierruheld s backhand shot U Hugh 19 Calumet 14 Calumet proved easy for the U Hughers un the first game between the two and Eoocm i s E 51 A 'D I o Q ew erybody had a hand un the 19 to 14 vuctory As usual Merrufield and Lauerman led un the scorung U Hugh 14 Deerfield 28 In the return game on the Sunny Gym floor and wuth an extra large turnout Deer Held stull showed theur superuoruty and despute Vlerrufields free throws U Hugh was d feared U Hugh 12 Kankakee A one basket vuctory by U Hugh un the fourth quarter and Kankakee turned toward home vowung revenge Enthusuasm toward a lught cleanup team was great around U Hugh U Hugh 10 Thornton 4 Thus game was one of exceptuonal guardung by both teams and was much closer than the score unducates U Hugh stepped out un the fourth quarter and wuth two baskets clunched the game Norm Howards work was very gratufyung to U Hugh U Hugh 24 Blue Island IS Showung mudseason form un both scorung and guardung the lughts wuth Fred Lauer man leadung the scorung defeated Blue Island easuly U Hugh 18 Kankakee 18 After travellung downstate the lughts found a fightung Kankakee team ready and determuned Battlung fuercely all the way the two teams were tued un the thurd quarter and from then untul an extra peruod was Hnushed not a basket was made 539 Mcrrz eluf xIt1FCl1lIf0t fe I auvrmau O11 Iluzmlurdlmlg Iu C5 Z Woo J IV 4 pun JJ P2 VEQMQQEEESWMQSIM EEEHRQ E QQ5 Q66 fi' QCDQQ: 'x5..,, C9609 ,'-gs QB G4 16 99 599 ar' p 0 . 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W J U5 F 0 in U If Q Q ' u D Q .. .. , '., O O B 5 ' I The unuor Indoor Track Season The Iunuor team w hen the eull for tr1el1 men w us guxen eonsusted of a rather unorganuzed group of inexperienced traelesters Howeuer under the able management of Vlr XX alker they plow ed through their season with a elearer record than the Seniors The team at the end of the season w as one of whueh the coach was justly proud uncludung on uts honor lust Bud XX right Qyuyenule giant Ralph 'Xueholson and Dean Phemuster Austin Bowen U Hugh The first meet of the year turned out rather w ell for the unuor team although they plueed only seeond Frank Wright pulled down 1 couple of points to start hus hugh point season Ienger Roosex elm Hyde lark U Hugh the meet by a yery thun margin The meet run at Bartlett gy m was 1 yery exeutung meet due to the closeness of both the Senior and unuor duxusuons La Cyrlngc U Hugh Under poor running eondutuons the unuor telm thus time pulled down second und hnal honors UQ un a rather disheartening meet Although Wright again guthered points for the team the outcome w 15 decidedly unsueeessful for the U Hugh boy s IXew Truer U Hugh At New Truer the Iunuors were again unsuccessful un their attempt ut trick honors Once more Prank Wright starred for the juniors to no ay 1ul Lundblom U Hugh The final undoor meet of the year was extremely successful for the Junior team sunce ut pulled down an easy yuctory over the Lundblom boys 'Ulu lluuruulfuul I wuiu Suu K ' x 1 1 1 1x A - - 1 1g,- ,' -1 v 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1.1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 S- 11 1 u Y A 'f 1 , 1 11 y A 1' 1 1 1 i . 1 1 1 1 '- 1 ' 1 ' ' , 11 1 yy A A - , , U - -1 1 -1- - - '7 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' i, 1 : , , ,, 1 . 1 y ', In the four cornered meet following this the juniors were a very close second, losing 1 1 11 1 ' t y' . 1 S 1 xy 1 ' 1 1 11 11 14--' ' 1 T Q 1 I D 1 T . 1 . 1 3 A 1 A y I r l ' . 1 l 1 ' ' ' i 1 , Q. . 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The umor Qutdoor Season The Jumor team at the begmnmg of the outdoor season looked forward to a fast season wnth lots of hope for vlctory The meets were all hard fought generally wlth Wnght as the outstandmg star m most of them H1s loss durmg an attack of the mumps was smcerely realized Morgan Park U Hugh At the first outdoor meet of the year the Jumors faxred rather well agamst a strong team nosmgout Morgan Park m a forty enght to forty seven vnctory Bloom U Hugh The Jumors agam walked away wxth honors at Bloom haulmg down a decnsnve 54 5 to 31 5 vnctory over the Bloomers Wnght was star agam pullmg down several POIDIS Evanston U Hwh The Jumors as well as the Semors were beaten when they vxslted Evanston The final score after the vallantly fought meet was nevertheless fifty eight to twenty enght ln favor of the opposmg team Hyde Park U Hmgh Whlle the Semors walked away from the Hyde Parkers ln their dnvxslon the Jumors followed them a lnttle less dCClSlVCly wxth a vxctory of forty nxne to thxrty seven New man beat out Wflght m the hurdles nt bemg Wrxght s first meet after hxs nllness Blue Island Calumet Clty U Hxgh The umors faced two strong teams In the last small meet of the year and were de feared although they fought rather gamely Wrnght and Nncholson starred ln this meet Kramer Nicholson One Ilumhrd Forty Seven B XJUO .V pl Flu Jul P53 Pc: ,, E Hesegsgaga smsgessgv aeeesse o T ! ' 1 ' his 0 f f' . E -.f.. je . s -e a T Q f a a to QE? a . . Us E59 J, , - - F ie e U T M x as asf' ' so ,. we ESF if r 5 rf' Q 0 E 55 we 30 EDUT gg U g A , , F Y T' T G . - - f ocoq 'L' 9? El l ,swf C ff,-X N ""N"""'i' ' A ' .......- 'T--'N ""' ggi., Q 9 N ' 'A l ,Q F 'ID O 4: K5 T ca 1 'fr 2+ 'W we J AJ ,, 5 lark Harm Capt The Golf Season The 1931 Golf team led bw Captaln Jack Harrxs had xery successful season The personnel of the team nn cluded Fred Lauerman Ga hanLavxler L1ur1e Lafferts Chuck McCl1ntock and Captam Jack The meets to the present txme were Mount Carmel Calumet Cnty Bloom and Deerfield There rs rumor around that varxous new words have been added to the present speaking vocabulary bv the three L The theme vsas ntxtled Llttle Whlte Lles Gaban Lawler Cfmrlzv Nfdl'CllIlfUlL F Laufrnmn I Ia c 13 Calm: Iaulm r ark Harm 0 llrndr fl 11111 f 0 Q, L3 ww Ivy E pu JJ D823 Pc: 'I fffellgesaesnaamaseglesv eleeeafs l g otta ml Q50 f.7e SGGC! rx, G60 GER GB 0 'X"5,,X, Q16 'X Q r 4. s J S'f-Q, lm-cod Ria A ag.. S3 ex ,casio fare-eiamfvsmas, f We f fe We fii?:.r:'-be-I-af semen. effsfan Lf fb 'gf' AMD-5339330113 Q J The 1931 Tennis Season The 1931 Spring season brought neva laurels to U High s Tennis team Not only -Noam scholastic tournament at the University of Illinois He showed supenor form through out the season The squad of seven men itself was quite well balanced making it difficult to choose Q the playing net men Cochran MacCl1ntock and Chutkovx played the singles and the two doubles teams were composed of Hamburger and Ransmeir or Lawson and Roth Q The team has a varied program competing with outlying schools The team is deeply indebted for the valuable services rendered by Coach Weaver who has developed a winning team in both sportsmanship and fair play 5 l-Oo E T3 i ,. l e? EHS? I Wztkowsky Carl Strousc' D Roth Dick Cochrane Charles MacCl1ntock Runsmemr G u 'S O we 0 Va o I One Hundred I'0rly N zu ' LU.UEn QE Qs DER U U So L '71 O F . EEEESQEPSSEQESWSUWEHQSU thing 55592135 5 0 EESQF vjffiyck CQGDGDCQ SGGC? QQ , l Q , - 7 -'f 5 v v l GD ' x 1-.JJ 17.0 g ' R 'ff Si5T:XL,sx V Av I 'Z gi a 3' 1 Z, M Rfk. JA g',fQgf ge :jc-":mv 'C T 'D ' s ' fig 3 'sl E V -. Q c gc 4 C ,, Y, u E -2 S W5 l l - E EE iw 1 5 . . A did the team win most of its meets, but Dick Cochrane qualified to compete in the inter- A E B . . . . . Q . - l 'Ei I 5 o'o Z Z? r u , s , g . sg E . . . . H ' ,Qi 1 . - Q 2 U . , . . . QB Do - I V 2 UE E fl 80 55 '52 i Q li S 2 l U ' '- 5 E tl, T T e 4 l ' A DH Q T af Q dd' E D V 1 C9 'El' tes CQ O 000 39015356 G E E in mal E p en- .Q- fag r-sg, Fuu?'Q QE Bg oy., QE ., we Q 5 The Swimming Season Although Swummung at the Unuversuty of Chicago hugh school us not classufied as major sport ut ranks as one of the most important of the athletic actuvutues of the stu dents Each student us practucally compelled unless some deiicuency un health prohubuts to swum at least one hour a week Tentative plans for a U Hugh swummung team materualuzed thus year and as thus book goes to press U Hugh has been the scene of one South Suburban League Swimming Meet and several unterclass contests Kankakee won most of the speed events and copped the meet wuth 39 pomts Thornton took second with thurty one POIDIS U Hugh and Thornton Fractuonal occupied the cellar with 16 and 9 pounts respectively Frank Furry Alan Schlesenger and Leonard Horwuck were hugh pount men for the Maroon and Black Prospects for Coach Prossers 1932 team are saud to be good as many promusung unuors and Sophomores are workung un that sport Other Actuvuties As the result of much lobbyung by various students un the school a shuffle board court or what have you was constructed on the second floor hallway of Sunny Gym The sport aroused much unterest for a tume but due to the ease wuth whuch the tools were broken the actuvuty has waned consuderably un the last few months A rather peculiar game of doubtful orugun has found uts way unto the space behund the gym in the form of a box with a partition in the middle with holes in it and the two end boards. The object is to knock a block of wood through two of these holes to a position outside of the box at which time the game commences again. A rather heated contest was staged on this historic battle ground between Mr. Vfoellner and Dr. Sharp. The winner remains anonymous. In the underclasses the institution of a system under which the students of those classes may play 7 or 9 holes of golf during their gym classes has been received whole heartedly by those students. Om' Hundred Fifty -51 w 5,4 f"3r'ug4 Q. vi P PZ' I1 f saeuusaesseaesuasuasveeauueaauessassag F - 9 G QD 12.Q. .Qrm21 fckixfivx 'SQQQYQ1' u Q Co C1 -Q1 u Q ca, Q-J u cg Q axe:-.95-:'5'o 0 J Lmrfsv-Tera fs ' - 6. 0 . - "ur , we ' 5 cu ' ' 9 B . . . . . . . . Q .. . I D , u 5 use . . B , A g . ' J 1 Q5 5 . U . g A, . D ,Q cg J . ,I 1 . , .. a , n E ,Q 1 ug 5 1 Q wg Q2 p . .. gp E QSQ 2 .1 p , r A A u I s u Q . S I A il Elff 1'- JL, P IIJ 1,2 INTUWBB I L W A 6' 21,0 IQ ' xy I 0 ,X ' A " 'O f?f. ff- 'LP "E L I' 'fm Z 62 4 2 ' '- by EE A D o 0 O iD"'U a s VID 5 in L00 3 G E 5 H Q00 T E UTI? ' CI,"- o'.:.j1vQg QQ ' E ',,.f -1 'if Vq-ja . A if - eq r, ,ik Qi S, A, , ' 2521111 J QQ Q -A Q J Jw r X 'Q J E P'4 'E . K9 1 Interclass Winners Q0 5 The 1930 University High School Soccer Champions. The junior Class: l Nicholson, R., fR.O.J ' Lauerman, F., fR.I.j - if 1 Lewis, H., QC.j 3 Howard, N., QCapt. I..I.j , 4,9 Bishop, S., fL.O.j I Ebert, R., qR.H.B.p Olson, G., QC.H.B.J W , Trumbull, B., QL.H.B.j cg l Sundstrom, R., fR.F.B.j O Eastman, R., fL.H.B.j Hartman, R., QC., , gm The 1930-31 University High School Basketball Champions. The junior Class: N so 5 Heavyweights: Lightweights: al 1 Olson, J. Werner Wemple G Bishop S 1 Markham I Lewis H Hartman R Del R Heineman C Trumbull R Turnquist W lvl The 1931 University High School Indoor Track Champions ll Although the outdoor seasons Interclass track meet results are not available for ,jg publication a complete record of the Indoor meet ln which all five classes were well represented and in which meet the Sophomores were victors is shown on the next page 176311312 EEQWQHQGQUUYQSHQZSU WE 5313993 QW55 C3 QD CPC: QQC9 fl, CQCDQCD fXSXi,., GCSOQQ 'gd Q C4- i yf vfgvx.-'5'? X3k-X '50 QQ JSA?-sim 0 1, .i ' 1 ' BW Soil ,dl E C i E E ga E ' E . . ' 2-3 5 ,, UE L3 One Hundred Fifty-Treo ., O :Jo rv' V N LA .H 0 0 -, li Q l 5 in Ol. f 5-f,62O'c1j M ogg 1- C671 tercl I E5 O O CIOC al P O S. S S TAN Founr RD TH SECOND 'x -C-Q 2 Sopho no lun o 0 On john h Sophon o 1' Sophomo e lun o dll S phon o 5 or W W hi 1 fu ll Q l rf 5? 4 112 Ku Dudd F 1' h fn on phomo e K So H dy lun o I1 KU' l 0 Q Q ati GE Q EQ Q ii! 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A i i i I ihii V I 'QIV i I i H A V V V S I V E Senior Sophormon' Freshman Suh-Freshman ' Ladder Walk .,..,,....,,.,.,,.,,......, Christian DCWCY Smlfh Jofmson :18 in 4M 5 unior S1-nior lurlior 5 , i a .,,,.,............,. armer Lawrence Rice Dell " Fr shman Iunior Sr ior Iuuior 323 " 393 M 5 ,W P emister I 1 So pomorr O Ag! 5 Senior High Jump hlllv E .l....'vv..vlIk.A Wieman joranson Whittemore Rice 4'-11" 1 5 7 ' 511 1 re i 1 rr Srnior I li Standing Broad jump .,..,...,..,....,.. F b I ff Chien Phemisffl' 31" 1 H 5 ' 5 ' r s 111 1 r . r 1 r tai' Senior Pole Vault ....,..,,.............,. Lawrence Wieman No enlry No rnlry 9' 5 5 1' . Ium r o 1 rr ,V '. 2 O e i r t t Q J ...,.,...,...... Rice Lawler No entry No rnlry 31'-1 5 N 8 Q' 0 : ' ' , . ..,..,....,.,,,... cal 3 fl ef 'Z '- " 1 I Q 3: I r I Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Frrxhnmn 4 lo In ' m E junior Pole Vau'lt .,.,.........,..,,.,.,. Kramer Kellehu Jacobs Y 8'-Xu 1 8 . I E- Sophomore Sophomore Iunior S11h-Frrshlrnwn I4 a Q' -I i r t t ........,.....,........, Kramer Dell C' Huth Eastffmn 37'-lou 4 7 l Sophomore Iumor Sophomore Iuruor Q Relay .......,..,...................... Senior i r r r s mm 5 3 2 I . X. i :Q Total 17M 36 56M lg 3 ,Q 5. 1 '3 S K s I 1 O I 9 . N Q ,- ' Z I F E-Q if 0 9 ciao 06 V pp H f "' lo 95 59 ' his 8 Q W WE? 7 Y, In Alll 'TQ mn .ll ,nl .nl In Un E7 I1 -ll l, mv JH. El- .HL f -.IlllA..IlH-- -A Swag 5 Na as 5 FORD xy f by avg? Ap 19? ' ' W ef, -' .4 L "' 1 ri P4223 Carry I lfl The Girls Athletic ASSOCIHKIOD The Girls Athletic Association was formed for the purpose of putting athletics at U High on more than an Imp Pep basis and thus should be considered as an impartial body As a result of this its chief actiuties are not in connection with the Imp Pep games but with tht class games and all school activities Under tht latter heading comes the annual banquet the various mass meetings the swimming carnival after school riding booths at the Carnival etc This year some of the new things that have been tournament and the uniforms for the class games On the whole the vear has bee exceedingly sucecssful and thanks is extended to the student body for its cooperatiqp U11 ll: mil r , 'v Ax ,, , . , Pnthl' I I , 0 l l ,Q 7. X - . . . n 1 . . . , . a I . V . introduced are the Imp-Pep band, the above-mentioned swimming carnival, the golf . , . 7. 2 1' 1 'ml' l"iff-X'-.SQIAX Hockey The hockey season th1s year was one of the most successful ln the hnstory of g1rls athletncs There were huge crowds out for practnces and the support at the games was remarkable The weather remamed perfect thruout the season and all the games were fimshed The Peps were vnctonous wnth a final score of 4 3 over the Imps Booth Trude fflh llzmdud I :Hx 81.111 A H2211 ,XQ 5 , ' 11. - V I 'G Q 'Pls 7. . . . . , ' U ' ' ' v s X X Hockey and Carrx were the outstandmg plax ers for the Peps vshlle Malcolm Tnlden and Ellm xx ood starred for the Imps It max be saxd that 'vlarge Malcolm was the outstandmg plaxer of the season Not one foul was called on Marge durnng the entrre year A new feature mtroduced thus xear was the orgamzatmon of a band Thrs band grew out of the plans of Kay Steere Dot Wnnter and Eleanor Tobm These three gurls got a crowd of thxrty gurls together orgamzed and tramed them and brought them out on the held where they led the cheers and paraded between halx es Thus mannfestatron of spmt added much to the games and helped to make the season a huge success We set a hugh standard thus year that we hope wall be contmued m the future THE ALL STAR TEAM Grabo C W Val P Malcolm M Booth V Hollander H R W Trlden A H Elllnwood B Hammerslough M Carry P H Trude D R H Alschuler C ' . . 1 , . . , . , . . L. . 'l, . . L. l. , . , . . . , . . C. F. , . . . , , . . , , . , . , R. I. ' , . .... , , L. . ' , . . . , , . . , . L. F. , . , . R. F. , . . . . . C. . , . . . , . G. G. V W L - A ., 1 ll: A A. WJ' ,.'l .F I 1 A zz 4 I l Um' llzflldfrrl lfifhx'-1f1Q1l1I P l i 'Fix 0536 :Zn 5669 c m Q We ea , ' f G , 5 H Q Q, a s sa ' E5 U . Q ooragl Q Girls' Basketball Season 'U' 9 A very successful Basketball season came to an end this spring, after a period in which much interest was shown by every class, and the recruits had been trained to be rather competent basketeers. The Freshmen, Sophomores, and juniors played their games the week before the Spring vacation, while the Seniors played their games after the vaca- tion The Senior Class won the championship This title has been held by that class ever since the girls were Sophomores, which IS indeed quite a record The Imp Pep games were played the second week after vacation and the Imps were victorious The Imps had beautiful teamwork and their passing was exceptionally good Kay Steere was the cheer leader at all the games doing double work by leading the cheers for both teams 0 o an an 8 .. After the Imp Pep games the All Star team was chosen by the Girls Athletic Asso cxation Board The girls who made the team were Marjorie Malcolm Alice Tilden Peggy Carry Dorothy M Trude Ada Espenshade Catherine Hoffer 'coo Imp and Pep Compet1t1on :EE The Imps and Peps are the rival girls athletic teams at University High School Every girl belongs to one or other from the time she is a Sub Freshman or Freshman to the time she graduates from the Senior Class The girls are chosen by lot and work for individual as well as team points is emphasized Each year at the end of the athletic schedule a G A A Banquet is held at which the team having the most points is pre sented with a silver loving cup bearing the name of the winning team and the date This team keeps the cup until the opposing team wins lt back Up to 1929 the Peps had won the cup for four consecutive years but m 1929 and 1930 the Imps show ed their spirit 'md came through with flying colors ETB Throughout the year each sport is carried out in the same manner After school practices are held for all the girls interested 1n each class Class teams are chosen from the best in the class A series of games are then played to determine the class champions The G A A board then choose the Imp Pep team from the best players on the class teams The team winning contrnbutes twenty points toward the winning of the cup An All Star team is finally chosen from both the Imp and the Pep first teams Special awards numerals letters and shlelds are given to each girl making a team The highest award given 15 an All Star pm and it IS given only to any g1rl makmg three All Star teams PZ One Hundred Fxft-3 N me VSMEQQESQECSUSCZQSIEISBQSU t!.-33 EERE? 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I E 2 .- - ., . .- - :QE 0 i ui Zi DF imc E ,,, M .. , , OOD " an O I we r e 5 - - se e ,I f - F. , ' ,mm,,,,. ,Ag my ghillgl ljj ..... :ZW X U Z Q Q. 23153 2 ae H5 O 0 " oorllgl J: l C' The Imps and the Peps have been well matched this year and the games have been qc scenes of keen competition Dorothy Trude, Peggy Carry, and Ada Espenshade have been outstandmg players for the Peps throughout the year Marjorie Malcolm and Alice Tilden have certainly been the inspiration of the Imps This has been a marvelous year for girls Athletics and we wish next year s semor class to be as successful U' LJ i The Volleyball Season Volleyball was played during the winter this year instead of in the spring as is usual It filled in the lull between hockey and basketball and proved to be a very excntmg season There were three weeks of pracr ce before the Christmas vacation and two weeks for the class and Imp Pep games after the holidays All the class teams were well matched makmg the games very interesting The Seniors won the class championship and the Peps won the Imp Pep competition The outstandmg players were Trude Malcolm Mont gomery Whipple and Carry Wm IV 4 The Baseball Season S: v Baseball was started about the mlddle of April this year It was played three periods each week in class with one week of afterschool practice The Class teams were chosen after this week of practice the games played and the Imp Pep teams chosen Underhand Seniors who have played together for the last four years had developed very good team Q work and were better fielders than those on the other class teams We had two leagues this year the major and the mmor The major league was com posed of the first team in the Senior junior Sophomore and Freshman classes the mmor league consisted of the second teams in these classes plus the first and second teams of the Sub Freshman cl ss This is the first time the Sub Freshman have entered mto mter class competition and judging from some of the players we are lookmg forvs ard to some excellent future teams On Hundred Sixty E EEQEQQHSEQRSMEEHQEUQEEHRQE 359929 QSC? fyzgx 3000 rX:x5.,x, GCQGQ f-g-A Q bt fg svcxsrgi lie go SQ Afifxg-fgfd Q g o i . , . i . i i i , . 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Q3 W .3 't wig M" an... - fa-S?X F L-1 2 0 440 .9992 woqmem -vu-4 Tok QQ ' The Track Season Track became a much more xmportant sport th1s year than last for the gnrls Instruc non was gnven once a week nn class on the way to hrgh jump broad jump putt the shot and run around the track The gxrls all enjoyed thns very much The track meet was held early this month wlth all classes competlng In the meet such events as javelm throwlng and the baseball throw were mcluded 'Vlany people entered the events and those who dxd not acted as enthus1ast1c spectators Q The Swlmrmng Season The umors walked away wxth the aquatnc honors rn the elass meets There were sux days of keen competltlon Some mlghty fine material turned out which served as a basxs for the selectlon of the Imp Pep teams The student body evmced much enthusxasm and the meets were well attended All the classes competed m the meets and any girl could enter on any or all of the days The final scores of the Interclass meets were Freshman 1 LQ Sophomores 14 8 M umors fl G! The hrgh pomt wmners carefully selected from a ma of figures and papers cor J J E related by Mxss Cope and Mnss Lewxs were E Stem pomts V Booth pomts I! B Boyd points Q The Imp Pep meets were even more thrnllmg Naturally smce the best swxmmcrs were pncked from the class teams the competxtxon was keener The scores of the meets H are not avanlable for pubhcatnon due to the fact that necessnty forces the Correlator to press five weeks before the date of publxcatxon Regardless however some excellent swnm mmg was demonstrated nn these meets and the smcere apprecnatnon with whnch the gxrls look upon the gym wxth nts marvelous equxpment was demonstrated m the spmt present at these meets just thmk what students back nn the days of Old Gym Temp mnssed m the lme of physncal development One Hundred Sfxly One V2E9al13QQESiECf?5'lG9lIi?5lQ5U5903EQHB5 'E Q3 E fb B om CPB WGS ffgk G GG rxgfyv, Qcacnfg vi Q 4. ' fL.f'?9'-Ye!-.g y fwlggg 2 . , A J' '-1. ' - "I, v 51 E Q T lg O . . U. 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F 3 O Q D , na r - ., ga 0 ' 5'2" U E -fro M yo u was' Q E HCCKEY E7 1.4 U 5 Flrst Pep Team Hollander H Booth V Fnshbem Montgomery L Surkrn B Stuaffer E Snider J LW RW Coolxdge J Gardner M McNe1l E Carry P Snow H Hammerslough M Trude D Alschuler C Vollertsen J Iumor First Grabo C Flshbem B Stem E Tobm E Krrby N Whrpple P Coolndge J Meyers A Snow H McGmms H Gardner M Murrhead P Prrce H Rood D CH H u Class RW H C H R H Subs Sophomore First Donkle D Boucher J Solomon Lane Mack Cooper L Drcker R Sutch M Ellmwood R First Imp Tram Luetscher K Grabo C X731 P Malcolm M Walters R Stem E Kirby N Trlden A Lampert I Goetsch M Meyers A Ellmwood B Tobm E Munrhead P Hockey Teams Senior First Leutscher C Booth V Malcolm M Walters R Surkm B Vzul P Snnder J Stauffer E Tnlden A Vollertsen J Carry P Hammerslough M Trude D Alschuler C W RW H CH H W RW H I-I H Lampert McNe1l E Ellmwood B W RW Hector M Crawford Nussbaum H Morrnson M Xanderbnlt S 'Vlolten Olsen R H Subs W l I VCV One Hundred S1111 T to KHEMQQQEQEQWQDSKQEHQEU WHERE? 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Q -'aifff' Q1 Sum uf ffn Bunny Hn The unlor Senlor Bunny Hop The annual umor Senior Prom gnen by the umor elass for themselxes and for the Seniors was held April 4th l'rom the name of the danee Bunm Hop one ean guess the nature ofthe deeoratlons Bunnies of all kinds were in exidenee llong with delxeatelx eolored paper streamers The umors gue the programs to the Senior boxs but in spite of this thex had enough finanees to giwe an unusuallx good dance The Soeietx S1 neo pators furnished the music agam and were better than ewer The refreshments were eookles and sherbet in the form of rabbits Exerxone agreed thlt nt was .1 wonderful The Valennne Prom Iebruarx 14th marked one of the gala nights of the sear for the school It was the exenmg of the Girls Club Danee which is alw aws one of the highlights of the U High soenl season The deeoratnons were in keeping with the atmosphere of Valentines das The eenlmg was eon1posed of strings of red and white hearts and a large cupid nn the eenter shot his arrow at the daneers The entranee mto the Gsm was a huge snlxer whieh mlde 1 1er1 nttraetne md unique doorwax The Soenets Ss neopators once more poured forth their melodnous and inspiring musie and with good musie beautiful decorations 1 large happs erowd and good refreshments there eould he onlx one result a grand sueeessful danee flu Hum: J , .. .J',.' , 1, .J' e. i Tl A ' V- I ' Q x 1 1 'E' 'V V i ' 1 xx . ' .k- 1 ' ' I . , , ss Q ' f - V dance. and credit is due to Charles Heinemann, the junior class president. . . ' . , . . ' . . D . ., . - , , Wh- ' . 7 1 I it D ' 7. . k ' x ' I I v- ' x I D 7 . A I 1 x. i . . t . . . i' I V. ' ' R . -' i . i . 1' 1' ini .N'i.1'l.1'-.Ni1'.1' mm . ::'1, .a ff m fs i ss? Q S pnfg O -4 . ' AIII L .ylv.........w:fh- A ..... UAH' . .... . ,,,.. r. lo,,.4,IX r E B o -G0 .9970 VE '99 QQ ' ' 'OFM ' F ' o , g The Senior-Alumni Dance T PE? H 5 9 H n E The Pirate Ball which the Seniors gave to the Alumni was a most unique and unusual dance. Everyone threw aside the worries of school and exams, and thoroughly enjoyed themselves for the evening. The fierce pirate heads, the long colored streamers, and the spinning skeleton produced the desired effects of mystery and treachery. This was an unusually successful Senior-Alumni Dance due to the fact that both Seniors and Alumni turned out in gratifying numbers. It was one of the few opportunities that the Alumni had of meeting their old friends again, and each person put himself back a few years, and the memories of many happy days spent in the halls of Old U High came back. Our able class president, Charles Merrifield, deserves commendation for making this hop so thoroughly enjoyable and successful. The Boys' Club Dance The Boys Club started the year right by giving their first annual dance Thanks giving eve The Fall Frolic was enjoyed immensely by everyone and the croonmg melo dies of Sam Fam s Royale Ambassadors helped make the dance a success The decora tions were in accordance with the name of the dance and the feeling of autumn was in the air Mr Gough was custodian of the punch bowl and of course was one of the most popular persons of the evening The music was especially good and everyone who attended agreed that they had a wonderful time The May Ball The Second Boys Club Dance surnamed the Mav Ball was held on the twenty third of May and was as well attended as any dance has been this year It was as is usual an outstanding success being the concluding dance of the year The music and refresh ments are in a class of their own and again the credit must go to the able management of the president of the club jack Harris B E .ga Slim 4 9 so a E pan .JJ KEWSQQBSEQREEIQEHW WE E R393 -' ESQ? F5353 " SETS F QCQC9 ff, G OO fN1X'x.,x.1 rftvax x0 0 -ft' refysry-,5 7 3-x'v'.s.cQ9 Qy'X 'ga'-O00 f'x'Xf-AUG , . .. . Q Q - ' ,, 4 5 T W . r . a- as E a . . W g as , . , 2 F E E som . y ' .U ' 0 E md E E ea va gi E U G E E H 3 s S One HundrcdSixty-Set'en 1 D f D , i, ,. B-ff ., y , 0 E - f ogifn' 'egg TUG e - SJ g P "' tn ' - ,, , i,- 1' - : S EEE ?-5 . M , ' Q gym. ON ., ., t" I . U 'fp -999,0 Q vm v-7 JPB R U E em!!! B D U9 0 B0 I E Ei 5 3 I The Student Council Dances Q. ni! 9 O It is the custom for the Student Council to periodically present each class with a dance on various Friday afternoons. Through the cooperation of several students the music is provided by the means of phonograph records. Several attempts have been made :Jud to use a radio for this purpose but the programs were rather hard to regulate. This year 80 the records were lent by Marzalie Biossat principally, although others contributed records. By means of a high powered loudspeaker phonograph the music was very successfully dis- Ii Q tributed through the lower gym wr Besides several upperclass and underclass dances this vear the Student Council pro vided dances for the individual classes themselves These were well attended in the lower classes but the upperclass dances were not as successful due probably to the discrimination of the Junior and Seniors against phonograph records png G! The Graduation Ball For the first time this year the graduating class had a dance at the conclusion of its last year in the school The dance was a no date dance and was successful regardless of slight confusion at times The music was good and refreshments were served The parents were invited to accompany their children PZ One Hundred S1113 Eight C?E3 'X QIGOQTNGRALAIQQ ng , Q E . . . . E . . . . , . E S 'D - ' 1 :El A . l ' i. . 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LJ :IFE ADO A h' O TIIKHIL ood 4 5 Q It was the day of departure, and most of the guests had arrived at the field atop the Gorman Skyscraper Drop-in landing Held, where the blimp was moored. A goodly crowd of friends were there to kiss them all nighty-night. Bill Marsh, the big salt and pepper man from Katchoo, Iowa, chanced to be visiting with Charles Mac- Clintock, blazing fire-chief of Chi. The two were drinking highballs to the occasion. Demure little Rosamund Dargan, the dime-novelist, lurked in a corner of the reception room, a look of deep meditation wrinkling her brow. Dot Trude, the recent addition to the Greater Gym-Temp-U. High School annex and teacher of the higher arts of Romance, strolled figuratively up and down. Elma Stauffer, typewriter in her hand, was bidding toodle-oo to her friend and pal, Virginia Booth, who had accompanied her to the Held. Virginia was leaving that night to star in the Hollywood reproduction of Orphan Annie. Katherine Leutscher and Ruth Walters, co-authors of a recent fifteen volume French Grammar for use with illegitimate homework at U. High parlered together chew- ing a Club Sandwich As we strolled aboard the ship we were forced to sign in the guest book of the air yacht where we found a surprising list of former buddies Lawrence Lafferty manufacturer of rubber heels Barc Pringle Pres D A R Marjory Malcolm Ev McNeil V Pres anti penny league Rocco Serritella falias Darrowj criminal lawyer Carl Strouse fen route to Olympic Gamesj Pat Vail designer of bright lights Katherine Hoffer Florence Holt Betty Snider co managers of a factory manufacturing nuts for lonely bolts The Lampert Twins Mayoresses of the twm cities fon trip because of investigating committeesj fContinued on page 1861 One Hundred Se' cnly Vine E Q3 5 ga Slim E U5 I 0 W pau .JJ VEQESQEEQSEQSTSOUESHQEUSEEHQEM QF QS 'E 8 053 GB QCQC9 ff, Comme rx:x's.,, Giacomo, 6-'six QQ be Q9 Lf?-,7v-JS , Q Yfx'X'.x'15J'9 G Q liqfx A 'zgjo 0 gi-TX7::x-t'X.f'35f9 0 B 1' '- as ' i E NU 1.-, ' .... u Q ' E F . j ' 2 is - . E ap .,. . . u nd-- QE 1 , .Q , .E :cn .F . 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Octmvm -'vs' QQ ' A Whozoo Peanut fender Molloy aluas Chumuny Chrustmas Bloack et Class 31 And have you notuced one of U Hugh s chuef humorusts7 He has been proclaumed a wut by fifty members of the senuor class and thus beung one half the number of the aforementuoned class the biographical department concedes hum the tutle of half wut He us the propounder of the famous soluloquy All work and no plav makes jack H -v i O GGG X U u! us equally at home un the phy sucs labratory and the swummung pool ibut who wants to luve there7j and ut us rumored that he wears athletic underwear How ever there are two sudes to everything uncludung fly paper therefore we mught say as per quote unqUOt6 comma peruod Hop Iuend Baer aluas Brown aluas Grussly etc Class of 31 It us known that Knude us yery thrifty and talks luttle thereby being the orugunal exponent of the Conservation of Conversatuon He lukes the Studebaker because of uts landlady Would you luke to take a walk and There ought to be a Moonlight sauung Tume Frank the Growler O my cat us Tussler or Grumpy Class of 31 Bulldog the athlete as you know us one of U Hugh s most undustruous students In fact he labors twuce as hard as any other three people un the class trying to devise ways to get out of work He has achieved great s.uccess un the scuentufic fields and one of hus most recent unventuons us a dandy excuse to get out of assembly He had the dubious fortune to lead a gang of kuckers and passers to fourth place un the Ping Pong champion ship at east Walla Walla D S C and he was fortunate enough to get hus mayor numerals un his sixth consecutive year at U Hugh formerly considered an unattaunable achueve ment He has been set up as a model by aspurung young kundergartners who wull ney er cease to marvel at the fact that he rubs hus whuskers with a rough towel and has a Pepso dent smule ln addutuon ut us a known fact that he never smokes more than two cigars before an umportant meet As the sages say Watta man wotta man' Tl Boarl Rrnf Ile Humor S hon Un llruuulu dl uulufu 1 Ware IV 4 D533 Pc: 'I EI V ' A - Q 0 gea sgaga auuggusum eeueae e age? 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E5 fl B C fs If 5 I i 5-W How SIZZCT Was Trowed Ut Cf De Hemp1re rr Bosco cRCPflHtCd by request by permxssxon of authorj Gredually frum de ege of permmge pxpple thnr dxvvrlrpped de hempre of de Rumans end Snzzer wus de grnt hemperor The hempre went frum bed tu wurst end frum wurst to bnlony en Snzzer begen tu gmt wornched He culled ul de grand duches and dukesses us dc hempres tugeder end med a sprch tu dem un de kestnon und sed 000 Leddxes and guntlemen wot shell we do abot de Hempre7 One fellow spnks up end sas wrt de lud vxce Snzzer I rucommend det we trow ut all de dubble dosers wat IS lme around de I-Iempre' Wnt dns everbudy yelled Tree chers' Trow ut all de dubble dosers' Snzzer followmg dns trowed ut all de Two tomc plpple end the hempre gredually hnmpruved But nut fer lung wus der to be sich bliss m de hempre fer de Gulls wus ressm Kane end Snzzer wus unebble tu stup dem Fmally hooever he menaged tu cullect a army bot just wen evertmg wus Jake de leber omon med a str1kk De plpple uf de hempre dncum dxssatnsfied end sent Brutus es dare spokemun tu Snzzer Brutus sez tu Slzzer De plpple uf de Ruman Hempre ent gun tu hev Xu fer hemperor heny mor End so weer gun tu resme yuh' Bot Slzzer ent any rzzy mok en he sez tu Brutus Well Brutus yu tmk yer de ho. stuff dunt yo doe? Hu Ha' But wot yu got tu sey abot nt huh? En den Brutus sez Yr' Y1' Bot dunt he tmk hrs de hut stuff wnll we re cum tu H Brutus Brutus my chnlled ent yuh gme lusm yer temper tsk s dunt he tmk hxz cute mamma s httle dolmk chnlled n1ze beby Eh? Bruts9 Eh? Eh? Den Brutus henraged pulled a degger end sez Ah Sxzzer yu hev cussed yer un deth no one ever sed dot tu Brutus befir What hev I dun thet I shud be trntted so sez Snzzer But crule Brutus lulled hum ded Our Hundred Exghlx Tao -Q W .v pl FEW? Ev 23691151729 353369-HESHQZU WE 5533923 QSQSEQEQ O fb Q69 f7V'.k Games -fs., cacacafg f-divx .to r .rec IQQCQ QM9 'X 0'00o 'xxfx'-5:24720 L5 Q l, F ., 0 0 64 - - aa - Lg 1 I X -an- g I :Do y a 5 .. . . . .. ge 5 J . ' .- . U SEQ F " B I e s B w Q 1 S E as 35 ' ' . Qfg 1 '. . ' . . I E dm A . . U. l . . E . , - v , , . . ' . ' . W5 AW ,H .u .. . . , . , , mek tu resine, en we ent gun tu lit yu git ut uf it!" 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Bigger and better business is always on the look-out for alert, well-trained young wom- en That's just one reason why so many Chlcago executwes g1ve preference to the graduate of the Moser Busmess College They know the hrgh standard of work she IS capa ble of They know that her tra1n1ng 1n typewrltmg shorthand stenotyplng or H1 mg IS sound and efHc1ent They know that her educatlon IS excellent for Only four year hlgh school graduates are ehglble at MGSER BUSINESS UILLEGE The Buszness College with the Unwerszty Atmosphere PAUL MOSER J D Ph B 116 SOUTH MICHIGAN AVENUE V R d lph 4347 bool: N blgr H QE S3 E 5 Q e 4 E Ea o pan JLJ I5 VEHQQQBQESWSDUESHQEUWEEEQRQ ' E QE? u.. E7 U CPC! QQC9 ff GGG NS., 6609 fx Q ?.Xm zx'.x,x.Q,'.gho3q7x 0 rx a Sem Bus . Q y . . . gg 1 l . ' . ' . - a 5 F Q am E Fang ,. H we QE UI mg H I V L k ' B 'ld' ma Students may enter any Monday. Write or ph f ' t t' g Q5 k ' ' d .1 1 1' ' e. oonanon-an weo r py t l Z one 1.,.1 lred Eigh 1,--1'1mw gg fe? 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You Will Produce Neater Work and Increase Facility of Thought Booxs 1 TYPEWRITEM 1 SUPPL1hs af the U 0 C BUCK STURE S802 Ell s Axenue 106 Bla ne Hall E Q0 as S9 80 'Woo l A put Jul VEQMSQQQQEQQEQQUEEUHEQQEUQHEQRQ E QSQE OE: G13 Q69 f-fy-X Qcimcm -fs., QGCQYB fix Q qs f5 666 6 GQ Ln 'gn oc? Ax fx?-157: 5 4 gg I lille, www- an Jn fi 913 W' 3U X .GQ E63 i my - S sofa . I :fl u " 5 C D . . E . IEE E se G u Q . f . .ggi g U Q 3 1 ' 1 ' V Q Oirtklzfnj f'i'4 i lighly-Fo ifr' A 5 no A O 4 O oc o - - QM VW' ff-if..-P 'CC ' ff M 35,0-qs-Q9 3 420 ie H an all O fr O "" "- ff 1' D o ' , ? j :MEI I QOQE HOTEL SHERMAN ESE 5 KE EBL 0 aa 95 QE Home of the Famous COLLEGE INN 1 l V P f r 5 o 3 E SE Q! U L HD U We Are Anxious Io Please Our School Friends K o LZNGXJ 9 Specxal Attentlon Pald to Prlvate Parues and Banquets l L16-XJ J-.J Our Convent1on Bureau Wlll Help You Arrange Your Meetmgs and Offer Speclal Inducements for Your COHVCHIIOHS HOTEL SHERMAN 5 RANDOLPH CLARK LA SALLE LAKE STREETS CHICAGO femgeeweemsreeuueewegmae e gee ,re we acres E lg b HU L E , , . . , 93 L? Eg 'SEQ fs 1 5 M P . . U A E S5533 Q QC' QQ E E Q U . Q 3 E E E Q22 395 eg a One H lrrl dfflfliifjllfv-1'.i'I'C' 5 as on n 'C ' ggi iv no ED YV' in H i U 0 Zee!! o ' L is O D E I :FE 0 2 U Ep? f ' ff' 00 E fg sfffy o e ,Z L' ...gnisi f o rgo ,fo was-,,-3, QContinued from page l79j Edwin Irons, and Adele Raphael, professional applauders. Bill Watson, assistant to surelock sholmes. Suddenly a slight snore drew our attention to the sleeping compartments where we found Dave Lawson and Walter Lindheimer thoroughly agreed on the efficiency of the mattresses which they had come to test. This slight noise, however, was drowned suddenly by th ro of a mighty motor, coming from somewhere outside. Looking down from the 1' CContinued on page 1871 g px' It IE U f Ei Q55 BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY 1317 EAST 63RD STREET 71sT AT EUCLID AVENUE 71sT AT SOUTH SHORE DRIVE A so HOLMES FLOWERS 1936 EAST 7lST STREET TEL DORCHESTER 2100 TEA Room IN CONNECTION WITH OUR SoUTH SHORE SHOP You w ll find us lust a little dr erenl D CITRON GROCERIES MEATS AND PRODUCE FANCY FRUITS A SPECIALTY GAME IN SEASON Phone All Depts Fa1rfax 7820 23 S0 E 71st Street 'E6'gB?5 WEEE Q P 'ef V27-Y' Q13 'eg V , R ARE S , B3 Q0 SEQ so I W ara pu .J-.J D533 EEEEQQQEBEEQWGQMEEHQSU WHERE? ' USBQQSQE 05? C713 Q96 fl GGGDCD wx, GGG? r-"ix o f re g l Q Tax G2 Yxxfx. 9,0 o Q ax-xxx:-,i?fJ 0 AQ , fe ao 19 I Q 1 3 ASQ 1 H 3 1 . ja-D 3, Q . W 5 I ra , U S A sa 5 B 1 . . 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'A - - , For CONCRETE USE SLAG Mi' HQ 3 0 S - ,, as G e M Do Approved by Portland Cements Assocnatxon, ga Amencan Concrete Instntute, and Others 8 o ORDER FROM YOUR MATERIAL DEALER Produced By ILLINOIS SLAG AND BALLAST COMPANY Phone Sagmaw 9210 2817 East 99th Street M .JZ QContmued from page 186j skyscraper we saw Morm Curtns drawmg to the curb 1n hrs recent mventnon the twenty four cylmder kxddy car However all conversatxon stopped when they suddenly dnscovered that the announcer to whom they were lnstenmg on the blnmps radxo was none other than Peggy Carry She announced that the next number was to be sung by a trno composed of Marjorne Van Meter Jane Vollertsen and Ellzabeth Walker Thns created a great deal of excntement and brought up the subject of Brownlee Haydon whnspermg barxtone who had become a favorrte radxo artnst At thus moment someone called the attentlon of everyone to the fact that they were passmg over Kelly s school for gurls of whnch Dorothy Loeb and Helen May were deans Elmor Koretz added that Helen Adkms was a gym teacher there On lookmg through glasses to get a better vnew of the school a peculxar red car appeared whxch had not been recogmzable as Joyce Snlder s old Chev because of the fact that xt Marjone Malcolm sand she had just found out that Charles Macdonald was mayor QCont1nued on page 1881 One Hundred Ezghtg Sez en VEHEQQESWSUKEDQQSHQEU WE SEEELQEE T Q3 EE' C3 E? 1 GB QQGGJ fjrvfx CD00 15, CECQOQ 5-'15 Q cf. 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M5 2 Q fContxnued from page 188 It was not long before the bllmp neared the eastern Metropolrs of Neva York This led to a conversatuon on many of the U H1ghers who resnded there It was here that Hxl mar Luckhardt successor to Piccolo Pete had a noted band nn whncu Ruth Helneman vsas Fiddler and Jean Heller bass horn MU gf QContmued on page 194 Chrcago Peterson Motor Lwery 5548 Lake Park Avenue LIMOUSINE LIVERY SERVICE Prompt Capable Careful Courtcous No Charge for Extra Passengers Lincoln Cars Exclusu 1-lj When you need a car call Mrdway 0949 or Fairfax 0949 MILTON MCKEAND Prop W The Dry Cleaners or DlSCfI1i1Il1t1fIl1g People .V ' I JF Jul SINCEISBS QQQIVI nu TI? ' ff 0 Q OAKLAND 424 4244 V N Cottage Ccovedve EXPERT CLEANING of ORIENTAL RUGS uml DRAPERIES JAMES WAGON Near the School at 58th and Kenvx ood Axe HllSEl0fJfbIMg Good fo Eat ICE CREAM CONES CANDY POPCORN PEANUTS RED HOTS an HAMBURGER SANDWICHES Ou Hundr d Xzrzvtx I' 0 LCEHSQQEQESISIIESHQEU W3 5313.93 QQQQEQ '53 QCQQD fyvgx GGG!! 66613 6-fix Q ,gpg Q f-ffg y wvcxmimg xxqx 'L'ooc?5'xfxf-flaw E D 0 I ' '.. ,, . "fa . Pe FQ 9 J ig p , . ' .' .1 . - , 430 . n . 8 is U or .. 0 rg Q D - - - E lla so 1 Egg I A . ' H ' . 2 Q by f . . . . Egg .P r E E 3 I mg 4, he C - do'-23 ' :dl 5 , Q LGB v E Q ' V . . 'E . Q E I -awv ff 3 ' 9 5 1 F U my F an :P si: 1:3 D l f - -"' if - 'Q no , g O Q P 3 VS? xgp 5617053 B :gi 2 as O '40 -'99, Q -m m A4 QQ ' SEWaw???kAGwm2j2wgyE E 3 Q -9 wi. Cl ' , e I- - In O L m RENEW HQ I Dreams E Q . . . I of financial success come In the experience of us all. These dreams are not so futile as they may seem, for dreams can be cast into reality. EW : Castles must be in the air before they can be QE E age MQ W QE QW M Q E E W SE EE SJ :I Q3 IEE ISI? is 32553 Vai? 525-E 32? as egg Slim EE ire mmm ,- l Q Wrought in stone. If you will project your dreams into reality, you can have that financial U . 5 success for which you dream. I To make available the principles of safe invest- ment this house has prepared a valuable booklet called Building Financial Independence Write for this today There IS no charge Ask for Booklet 3 3 3 T3 S W Straus Ev- Co E I bl h d 1 sz INVESTMENT SECURITIES STRAUS BUILDING Michigan Ave at ackson Blvd CHICAGO T L W SH 4800 3 B ll ' ' ' ' 3, Q -, Y E I A ' I E F Sz I FW ' .. a o 0 0 3 J s a is e 8 Incorporated EW 1. M -J . gi O 'Dila E EPHONE: ABA HQ Q g Om' Huudrvd .Yivwly-Tl1r'r'c' E1 " 0 I ' .f Q - f 0 I E41 Q s ., O se Q . -'.'.', ii.. H H fn? As"- ' 'Q " ,, - -', ', . , f,'4. K , ',,. r h 'BA . .jfofl T' 4:29. ova:-t K'- P au- 'QT J3 :Z 2,5 652 c m ,i CEU A f fao ,fo 32 om ...sv oo 1 fl 5 O f, - '-.' so q .. U ' Y "HQ 'lu' 5 g as ' '--1. 0 I ' , M' .I N s ll og-ld ' Q , TARRBEST Prescriplion RANDOLPH anowAsAsH DRUG STORE CHCAGO - Q, QE e 1 CLOTHING, HATS 0 H. J. SCI-IULTE FURNISHINGS U SHOES U Corner 55th Street and Harper Avenue Phone Hyde Park ozoe CHICAGO I "1"""'e's of so Exclusxve Novelties in Neckwear Leather Goods and all accessorzes Q "'O YOUNG MEN S DRESS png J J fCont1nued from page 192j A dxscusslon arose concernmg the four hundred of that c1ty and the who s who was lmmedxately produced resultmg m the followmg astoundnng facts becomlng known Blll Gorman skyscraper maker orman Panama and Wnlma Nussbaum broadway artnsts Frank Taussng opemng Rudy Vallee s mall Randolph Bean and Vxrgmxa Artman manufacturlng blrd seed Cochran Lawler ballet for Zlegfield Qthmkmg of taking Kutner mto partnership Marjorne Van Horne fSpamsh dancerj and Betty Smxth Qemlnent smger members the troupe M K Smlth fcavlar taster has a permanent box at the theatre Lnlv Mary Daud swummlng ocean ln Helen Capp s waterproof outfit cCODtlDU6d on page 195, One Hundred X meh lvur ' OE? 7 Q66 XYYQA 6606 rvxxx 66613 'Q-X Q cc. ce rLfzvy,f5 xvx-X-.Y-Q'? caQ fag? R miie 0 y L , Q wg 5 - . . . . I . .JI of . 3573 B .I , , . . , U 3 a s, e H o 5635123 EQWEUQEHQEU 9135 E395 ESBQQE FSQQ Aly. .- Outfitters 8 to Young Men 'Q lDE'f"" , . We an. 56,020-C3 - Q f fm af., Somoa N .fe Q no 9 aaa Pap ' ...ff e. 0 we N xjWlll: O -' . .... A :.,ff.g!lh1 . .,., ,, . E ' 9 b 3:9 - -.W - " '-,d , HIQETI Q fContinued from page 194, E o Ada Espenshade and Elizabeth Emmert finventors of Celluloid frying pansj. E i 3 Martha Dryburgh fmarried to Mr. Wetville of Damp, Wis.j . Matilda Hammerslough Qminiature sausage queen second yearl. cigarette league. Qs , Soon the travellers were able to see the European coast. In passing over Paris they E were reminded of Owen Fairweather, Parisien beauty expert, with whom Peggy Bruyere 3 "' I Bill Sills, Anti-Saloon league, joining forces with Ronald Brunswick, president anti- B DO gi a worked designing wigs. Charles MacClintock told them that Rudolph Bretz and Howard . Louis Baer, we found out, was a rather successful bartender in Germany, blowing the 8 . 1 1 1 4 s . 4 O E Bressler were visiting Ernest Bogm, trying to sell him some sling shots or something. V u E 3 foam off of good old Bok Beer. jack Harris had taken up Peanut Vending in Italy, with 1- U a little gigoloing on the side. Charlie Merrifield was discovered guarding Ali Ber Benniis w E E Harem. Don Roth was spitting out sand from his mouth as we passed, evidently acquired fContinued on page 1981 pun .I Com plzments 0 A F R I E N D One Hundred N meh Fi D ' oi Q99 fray Q 00 'x-'SX5.-A-1 cfivx 50 0 C1 rtfy-vyvsfff wv-.x'x'.L'fJii i2x-Q,-x fxQ'r-ice? G-X-yxydmo P 53" E i U 2 4' Q S .1 a so ' f 5 C9 " 2 Q E E 5 U53 E V H a Qi E .5 3 r aeiisee eaismaaweeeteiieae esieeeeegg The Theatre is Ll Refleetitm 0? Life Itself , . f, J the The-atre Gomg Hatnt early 'W' W V It will pay you to eultivate Special Rates are given to School Parties at the following theatres: GRAND OPERA HOUSE APOLLO GARRICK GREAT NORTHERN SELWYIN HARRIS PRINCESS fiflx LIMS! Shubert Ch1CHgO Theatre Parties Bureau IHONI QI NTRAL 5740 ADDRI SS X I GRAND OPERA HOUSE BLDG. Q as 0 is C a s m e - O fe- Cr o th er f-40 399' P wo C-,-mom .1-1' JPL ' F113 P ' ' A -- 0 A r ' O ', O rw , 1 sv iw 11,5 O , , ,, , tyllszw. H A .flgglll 0 ,..... in Q Q E C, 3 '- C -0"-5 In 'l "wa ' u E F oougl E V' O o 0 U nnqgg Q, ogg? 5 Q O00 F E E 5 U QContinued from page 195j while helping Gerson figure out the number of grains of sands in the desert by the pi over the cucumbers equals a status quo Qask Mr. Wilsonj. Hal Block was a big butter and egg man from some place fyou can never telllj. Coky Whittier started out to be a prize fighter but the best he can do now is lick 1000 stamps a day in the post oiiice. Bea Byford passed in her bungalow plane on the return trip from Australia with the family. QContinued on page 2101 M - -- Q Give a Youth resolution and the alphabet and who shall Q Q 11 3 place limits to his career C H eal Zffwh r voun amen ' W! 'F r'-my A- 7 Great fortunes grow from small savings Open a Savings Arcounf with tbr' UNIVERSITY STATE BANK A Clcarmg House Bank Kenwood Florist A F SHAW 81 CO I 72 s u r a n c e 175 W JACKSON BOULEVARD 1117 E 47th St CHICAGO Kenwood 4203 Phone Wabash 1068 1322 E 63d St Fairfax 8680 W5 E -E E eg! See E it H 'Fw V In E5 PC-3 EEQELQQHSEQEWWQHQQ WHERE? ' FS?-QQSQQQEQ lb QEB 9663 1771A Gems GGKQQ Hi, Q F fs IOOQ OQQ googxkmlifan gg as E? , E egg .p 1 K, C 1 , Q 1 g 2 , li gd 1 F C . . ' FT O55 . Sm: ' rs I . . Q . 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D O 3 0 O ' l l B EJ a 9 a a E 4. I n ,TEE H32 Q E E Q ga Financial Strength and Personal Service .-1.44-,Qi D HD U Again vte would like to call your attention the splendld flnanclal cond1t1on of th1s bank where the utmost safety of deposlts IS our first cons1derat1on in progress1ve management Add to thls item of safety our genuinely personal and helpful service and you have an ideal bank mg home We invite you to bank with us Where your busx ness IS appreclated The Drovers Bank I-IALsTED AT 42ND STREET CHICAGO WE F7 fe- - ' -f '-7QU?' """'fQ , 'vv.?'C9,Q- T - XCKSS Q :lik-YT' .' ' O 1f-s'1n...- Oo v a SX I as 0 -V 3'-"vt O ca " 'I . ' E o o SEE 223 5 5 Sa Q 2 pu .J-.J PZ QJEIQQQEQESHES-HQSKQEU WE ERR? ESQQQSEBEQ Efffy 66000 f'N:x"s..,x1 Jrp't.v-x ge o F lJ '?Y"ff QQ'7GJ QGQ J ooo 9'yqfxA-JSIJQ QQ H1 y z . .. . to T E . , Q Z G, H1 s t F . . s . 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HRTHM mow M a Ch ag III CHICAGO 4: NORTH WESTAERQI For UNIVERSITY DISTRICT APARTMENTS Get ilae RENTING GUIDE KENWOOD JACKSON PARK HYDE PARK SOUTH SHORE WOODLAWN CHATHAM X C GARROIP SCX f I SCHENDURFL BOINIIII Q REAL ESTATE ff! CHICAGO BEACH Seven South Szde O ces to Serve You UNIVERSITY PHARMACY GX? DRUGS CIGARS CANDIES LUNCHEON Gi? We Dellzer Phone Hyde Park 0331 LIEBSCHUTZ BROS CHICAGO WINNETKA AND GLENCOE Compliments A FRIEND 2 SQ 95 O Q pu JLJ VEQESQQEQESWSHEHQEUQEEQRP E QS 'E' Q69 ff S000 'x'5.., 6609 14 QJCQ C Qqgm fa, CCNA- Q VC-A A '95 -T GRAIN!-35fJ 0 -:IQ 'H'-:j:'3I:.,E's..M" . ww E fi 5 E E ' E EEZ? S o Q ,. 1: C5 E Q ' M E 08:3 . U G S ' of QUE O 5 ' 0- E3 Tivo Hmzdrvzl One E " 0 I O 00 id no -Q b I 08 O Q H o - 'M-17" JB I FG? e :HEI 1 4 H Qi..-f f ,1 M L om L g Z ,, , A.A, A, -.q, .' 0 ' Zgg,S5'3!1... Q 'L a 9 OJ99' '- 'O o - 'vr "- ' HFC- 0 A Q - -- m Us N- ., . Qogil-El E 5 s l Compliments 0f s P3-3? 2 D EQ SRF 2 HE QE 'D g. Bliss S. Laughlin, lneg. .gg 5 QESQEEQQEQE? 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I his Y N .,. algg al -S ,. 5 ' - Q 11.3211 5 Tl CJDERN BATHROOMS FOR A MODERN AGE As Sffllilflg IH IIS way as the progress of av1at1on IS the last decade s progress ln l1v1ng comfort Seemg the new graceful plumb1ng fnxturesat Crane Exh1b1t Rooms 8 36 South M1ch1gan Avenue you almost forget that they belong to the same SPCCICS as the old clavs footed clumsy baths ofyour chlldhood Admlrlng one of the new colorful Crane bathrooms sklllfully arranged by your arch1tect to make an 1nter1or charmlng as a l1v1ng room you Hnd It hard to bCl1CVC that th1S IS the same ugly room that once was hldden away at the end ofa second Hoof hall Us1ng convenlent refreshmg Crane 3... showers you seldom remember that only a half century ,gg ago baths of any k1nd IH Amerlcan homes were the excep t1on Now 1n the mterest of your parents home and aga1nst the t1me that you ll plan that home ofyour own you ll find lt profitable to v1s1t Crane Exh1b1t Rooms H J H d VEQEQQQSESEQERSHQHQNWHQHH E QSEEE C2 B OE? 3 GB Q66 66615 GGOQ G33 Ke J 9000 G'X'x'X.fd,J0 an - ,N D 1 r ,Q . . . . . . . 3,4 :F 1 . 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'Ir 7 QJPEXO 5 EEE 25 E T E E' EEE E 1 U E 'C-I N 5 H U ,.. 45 F 5553 gd " : EQ . -. - 33 Nonrn LASALLE STREET p , ' :ka a ' A QS? I O U35 Q E 5 Tivo Hundred Fi-rc U F 2. ' E D on Q :Ogg 0 Q , Q ' :fy .E I .XQv'. v .I Sa U o g o O Q The Dramatic League of Chieage Thzvd Season 1931 1932 ,Q XS . 1 9 ill SfLlTfm.kQ QCIOIXIT 5, IQDQI ..-l...l Seven New Plays with otable Casts EACH PLAY POR POLR XX EEKS Subserlbe Nom, Sue NfIonu , Ozuz I om Scafv and Make Certam of Seemg the BEST PLAYS AIND BEST ACTING' vc IIT PRICIS mn sL1sscRl1fT1ox To SI xxx PI ns I0 J0 I0 SL BSC RIPTIOX UII ILE OPI X IJ XII X X XI TO S P XI HARRIS THEATRE IIINDIH XII IL I IJII RIFIQO pn Stru 1 IRXNINIIN -I I ll: - - . T ,, . - Q71 ,s1U.SlI. +141 . 817.541 XVEIDNESIJAY-SATURILXY XIATINIQIQ PRICES 57.1 , 53.50, 810.50 I' .- Ilc.' . 'ect llx I . I I I f "I TIIIPIILXIZ J 896 fre' wi 'lil' E53 'W Q tf'6J'Q I 4:53 O -ao M Eomm .., QQ ' QF? M MILLION O CUSTOMERS P IVE ll mltt Y t Nt oplzl t y w Wanlatetlm t S M JJ1 W r Ur 1 I C y C M1 Ed P HUI I TL P f TA F I JCL CLPS MJI JU IJC fN th 11, LSLISLP C Un P Y INIESTM that s T113 sw? UTILITY SECURITIES CQMPANY 230 S dm L Sall Sn I,CHICAG0 R-hm .I Mmn 1 s Lo Id PI.. I.0.....vn1. Mn ..L 1e1....1 D M 'Y UTILITY SECURITIES CORPORATION 111 B J y N Y rl f L 11 I pn-A .Jul QVEMQQQEBQECSIEQSIEEQQEU 530353333 " ' ES?-QEQQEIQEQ fb LL. Q99 flfx 3066915-x . GGOYQ f"Y,x'-X Q 0 fx J QQCQ Q 22,4 'gJ!0 00 :ix'X7"f'J O L I4 - .mcg O :L ...I Q A g ,A ' l Q 6--J: uh. F L 3? O 3'.p' wg U n R A' ' U 1 EU ' Q ocnf-Q gg 'BQ f 1' ,Fi H ga Q A 8 5 E B Fl gs vs El O E U F mi Ion customers 5 D ' 3 s a es are Being servecl In Hg One of Ile a ion,s1arSest groups F I u ic u ilit companies. ' .I .. e is 1 u e securities Q of his f0uP-wLicL includes QE I e es I I ies om- lg Pan , ommonwea ison Com any,Insu Ility nvest- Q ments, Inc., e Peo les Gas i QU LISII an o e Company, E Cor oration Securities Co. of 5 ica o, I an ni e om- ! ' I pany, Public Service Company Q o or ern I 'nois, and North Z I 1 if I 1 American I ower om- , 5 an at at Send for our list of YM E offex-in s 'e In and more. V' f 'U . Hd ' I . 5 . ou a e ree 5 Q W " De I 'c on ' o is . ui: n ' ' ' E 'hurl' ee Kansuci cas ev R es ox: 0 San Francisco QS? , roa wa , ew o - G I I Q5 'QE E EE ESE Bo Tim llundrvc :ig 1 E EQ U I? I' Q 'IJ o E53 - ' ca CJ Y I5-il . " 'SEB o . B 4 - . - 17, A I if ,"-Q I A Q Q I ,SA .', -, . .54 gan6wmm4ammM5gwJmwQW? il Maw E E E QEWSM E Q-E!-2.9 5 5 ood MEEEE E QQ 5 ? Q Compliments 0 0 F W Walters M EQFJSEQ c:-fu-'za D553 ' C9669 ffx C9 QQ rx..5.,., Gvcacafg QQ CN EQ JQGG Q06 iw.. Jrsrxx-X7'2u-x '?'Jo N s Q A F1 Q Q 1 f 5 H . 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J-.J cCOHtlHUCd from page 1955 They thought ot all the U Hrghers who were champions of something There was Wal ter Duvall Tiddly Winks champ Brad Wiles bean shooter Rupert Chutkow ping pong champ and Howard R1ch golf champ Imagine the surprise of all to discow er Peggy Moore in the white l ghts of A Night in Egypt or Why the Desert Sands are Hot' Tilden vias found driving a Nash can down Park Avenue at about sixty five The ship dropped down in a few minutes to thc roof landing Held of the Chicago skyscraper and our reminiscences ended in fond fare vuells and many thanks of leaving taking H LS' EEQEQQEQEQUEHSKESQQEU 5903353392 ' F5299 2133? Pl: oi? f' Q66 XY' C5660 rX1x'3.,A GGCEFQ f Qxq nb Q 1 KN'- Q rf-JJ? ?'x'X.'x'5 C99 :LG 'X QQ' 00 'X 'X-f'fi'J 0 A Q E . Wee F 5 EU S69 'E' . ,ap ' , ' ' ' : - aura , - - gg 1 , , , - - , gd S I s ' ' Q i . '. . . P , ' -a - - .' 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SCHOLARSHIP Q THE HUGH MCBIRNEY SCHOLARSHIP QE The Junior to receive this avr ard for 1931 IS Norman Howard THE JOHN CRERAR PRIZES Charles Merrifield winner of S1 200 Scholarship and Jack Kahn honorable men tion In-A .JLJ CLASS AWARDS Junior-Charles I-Iememan James Olson Sophomore--Bruce Cheever Freshman Robert Miller Sub Freshman Wellington jones THE SCIENCE PRIZE Rocco Serritella and Lily Mary David share this award Thomas Stauffer honor able mention PHI BETA SIGMA AWARDS Sophomore-Eleanor Graham Freshman Elroy Golding Sub Frosh Robert Brumbaugh 7 to Hundrtd SL' cntecn EEHQQQESIEEJIQMQEIQEU WEERRW I ri'-'I' QB E3 5 :S oi-I GE! QGC9 fy-,A Q 66 rx:x'x.,, GQQQQ K fg 4 CO fe6 y ?29k1?'3J9 2CX,q A -'go Q3 ,950 B . . . Y . . Q P L35 If I E . . ,i . E - - - . ' I I6 ago 1 ' .... I , U I E rs sw - - , ' E V Q I , Q jj - 3 5 .' 'I' ' 'L' H E A u 0 e V E ,WP ,, A-fl y a s 0 -F ' I iq -1 I F1 :P av -1 U Fl '1 as :U H1 Z U1 Z -1 FW ' W. 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