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

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I FACULTY I I I S62- l r 'e ' J :Q W IJ1: s mm --' w W ' - 1-Lf:-'. 2 4 Vw U .e . me f Q G l l l' Tl 'Wi ' ,sf W 4 ?a'L', 5 N MR LOOMIS Almost xmmedmtelv after h1s assumptlon of the ex1ct1ng tasks requlred of a U Hlgh Prmclpal Mr Loomrs made lus presence felt on exery hand by hrs expert guldance and thoroubh gomg superxlsron of every ph1se of school lnfc The pupnls 1nd thc f1culty 1l1ke c1me to know hxm IS 1 squure shooter 1nd 1 trusted frlend always reidv to help and aclv1se In the short trme that he has been among us hc h1 DFOXCD hu lblllty to meet every problem and exery s1tu1t1on ln 1n tfhclent 1nd browd mmded fashlon We feel certfun that future SCIFS mll see hls presence felt m more wlys than one for the benefit of U H1gh X' , W, lf 4 4 R 1 ' 9 ' 'mg r ' ' , , . M . Y . . . L if 0 - R . . s 'K gjff . . . 2, . . ' . . 1 A HQ: - ' . . . , . 1 s C' 7 - K' ' I . Y 45 4 .1 A J . R . . ' . r - . . 7 Q V ' - a , . . r 3, , ln !l ' 1 1 Q! I w I 1 l X t....,....., -., ,., -..--..... Y.... A ..--.-,-.YA.....-....,-...i...----A-+-H -----W --M - -V-W -- Page 16 A' -f'f, ld' x HAROLD ALBERT ANDERSON, A English Dv1mrimz'r1t Unnersity of Chicago IRLD G ANIBAL S'B. S1 li ru f DKllt1l'flHI'lIf Unnersiry of Chicabo RTHUR F BARNARD .Sorml S1 mme Dr-jzazlmzul Beloit College ARTHUR GIBBON Bovzzxs H Frimh Dzllalfmzul UHINCYSIIQ of Clueagu ERNST R BR1s1lu-1, PH D Alulbq main v D1 lmarlrm ul bnnersity of Cliieago DoRo1 HY T COPL, A B Pbyxnal hxilltdflflll Drlmrfluint Ward Belmont University Norllmvusurn Umsersits JOHN R. Dfxvny, A.B. Sovial Sl'i!'lIl'!' Dvlmrlnlwll Wittenberg, College MARY W. DILLINGHAM, A.M. Spanish and Lalin Drparlnzmlx University of Indiana University of Michigan 4. 1 A MARJORIE J FAY, PHB Lairn Departmrnt University of Chicago ALICE FOSTER SM Geography Departmcfll University of lowa University of Chicago ORLIN D FRANK, SM SLIHICI' Deparlmvnt University of Chicago MARIE COTE GREENE, A M Frrmb Depurtmcnt Oberlin College University of Michigan WESLEY GREENE, A M Sorml Suence Depurtmmt Randolph Macon University of Virginia GEORGE E HAWKINS, SB Malbernalzrs Drparlmi nt University of Chicago HOWARD C. HILL, PHD. Social Srirnce Depurlmenl University of Chicago CLIFFORD HOLLEY, S.M. Physics Dcparlmcnl De Pauw University Northwestern University Page 17 Pulgr' 18 nur XV Iaxx IN, A B Pbginnl L1l11mf1011 Dr11url111111t Unncrsity of Chicago LHwoR1:JoH1x, A M Vulbi 11111111 5 D11111111111 nf York College DIXLFSIYY of Clumgo ROBIRT L KLOHAM , A M 5011111 .Smlwlzr Di1m1I111r11i William and Jewell Umnrsitw of California Qllcrkclcxj HANNAH LOGASA, P11 I 1l11a11a11 Unncrsitw ot Inu 1 Uniursitw of Coloruln nncrsiu or C lun 0 X IOLA MAMQLMLLD C 111111111 D1p111l1111 III Columbia Lniursiu Lniursitw UI Clm 11,0 JOHN C MAXIIYID ANI S1 ll 1111 D1 111111111111 lrwnklm Unnnruu nxursitx ot Chiu 0 CHARLES B. MAROVliX' Pbysirzl If1l111'ali011 D1'jm1'l1111'11l Harvard University Mwu Mfxxm, A.M. I.11fi11 Dfpa1'l1111'11l University of Illinois Lnivcrsity of Chicago RUTH V NORMAN, PH rllllfh Dcparlnunf University of Chicago JOSEPH M O ROURKE A M Mulbrnmmv uml Suzan D1 parlunnh Yankton Collegt TLD C PRossLR Pfnmul f'1llllllfllHI Dparlmulf University of Chicago LLOYD B SHARP PH Pbgszrul Educuhon Deparfmenl Kansas State Teachers College Teachers College-Columbia Unncrsity EDITH E SHEPHERD, PH Enqlzsb Dejmrtmmf Western State Teachers Collq,c University of Chicago LESTLR C SMITH, AM xflllllllll Arlv Dtptlfflillllf Unnersity of Chicago ELSIE M. SlNilTHIl-IS, A.M. Dum of Girls, Laliu Dfpllfflllfllf University of Chicago IXILSIE M. STEVENSON, A.M. Homc Economics Dvpurlmvnl University of Illinois Teachers' College-Columbia University Page I9 Page 2 0 CHARLES A STONE, AM LLD Mallacmahcs Deparimeut University of Ilhnoxs Umvcrsxty of Chxcago BERNICE A TUCRER, A B Home IKOIIOHHFS Drparfrrzfnl Unncrslty of Nebraska UIXIXCYSIIQ of Chicago HARRIS R VAIL, BM Bnllfr UIIILFISIIJ Amerncan Conservatory of Musnc GALVIN L WALKER AB Pbgslcal Idurahon Department Dakota Wesleyan Unnersxty ROBERT B WEAVER, AM Social SFIFIIEE Drparfmenl De Pauw UHINLKSIIY UHINCFSIIY of Chicago EUGENI C WITTICK, SB Manual Arts Dvpartnzmt Unncrsnty of llhnoxs Unncrslty of Chicago JAMI-S F WEBB, S M Matbamallts Department West Texas State Teachers Unnvcrslty of Clucago ELIZABETH L PAPE, AB English Dcparfmvnt Oberlin V qv' 5' " ,x xv X O l"' IP cn ua U1 cn fp x xxx -..-Q, W I Ill ff-'- - 1 ' ' -iff:'f','f1ifi .Af 'fi-fu - ' ,V -5, 'I' T Le A. 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J .,,,,,,,., lL4DlRlRlEIl.A1!'1DlR X Page 24 Subfliireshman Laura Aurelius Doris Bell David Blackman Mary Bennan Alan Bond Margaret Brown Elise Byfield Richard Cahill Eleanor Coambs Evelyn Cros ame Cummins William Davis Jean Day Charle Dc Vries Dorothy Eaton Elinor Eaton Willi Ellington Catherine Embree Arthur Em in Elizabeth Essington Margaret Everett Marjorie Fishbem Edvx in Iletcher Helen Ford Emma Louise Freund Katherine Freund Marion Gerson Dorothy Gillet Langdon Gllkey ane Gilruth Charles Goldstme William Graham Baird Hastings William Henderson Donald Herbert Wallace Herschel Richard Hobson Marshall Hollander ane Hom ich Class Marion Howells Bettie Rose Kahn Betty Kixmiller Karl Koos ane Kreuscher Elizabeth Leigh Harry Levi Charles Louer Susan Lurie Ralph McCollum Ronald McCree Janet Martin Jean Molander Bonita Moorman Murray Morison William Morris Charles Moulds Harrison Olney Ioseph Philipson Ianiee Portis Marion Elizabeth Price Louis Rathle Francis Reeves Fred Richter Louis Rothschild Virginia Saloman Roge Sergel Virginia Shllton Clarence Sllls acquette Spaulding Susannah Steele Jerry Strauss I urena Stubbs Betty Ann Sutherland Betty Swan William Thomas William Vincent Frantz Warner Morton Wurtele l J s J ' A J- ' Emil KI-Iirsch Richard Trowbridge J f IIFRHQSMMMQN Plftvizlrli f FV' '14-qrn Esjwnclaadc """"l"S"'V'5"UNV"""U V 4b'95d!!Ni"RNE1"'1eSS Freshmen FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Presndent NATAL11 NORGRLN X 1ce Prcsxdent PAUL ESPLASHADL Sacrctar BLTTx ADV' 5 Treasurer JOHN PALM LR Paqr 26 FRESHMAN BOYS Nw. A w u sf ' ' ' "ww .rf ff" -1"--'nesmr . .-W M, V, , . .yz 'l er.".wQ"I-R '?,x,,, j5wny-5 h M, V ' W j f mf i -A'-5-if-ww A-',f'211'4'f+ 5 0 2 1 , , Q , Jez.,aff:,,. 4 v+fwQm.:::saYik H b M, ' 'L ii 5 W, at 7' - ' - v r - . ' ,, - ' 'IN , Freshmen, Cont d In the short tame that the Freshmen have been at U Hngh they have accomplxshed a great dell Last year they started two clubs and these ventures have smce been consldered qulte prarseworthy srnee both clubs have prospered and mamtamed large at tendances throughout the year Thls year the Freshmen have merged thenr clubs l and one Wrrters Club Two senenee clubs were also orgamzed by Freshmen thxs year Not only have PUIWU' the Freshmen confined thelr efforts to clubs but they have also devoted consxderable effort to wrrtmg for the pubhcatrons gomg out for athletlcs and attendmg class affalrs Several very successful class partles were held thls year and were well attended Much of thenr success was due to the ard of Mr Weaver and to the competent class officers FRESHMAN GIRLS Page 27 7 with the upperclass clubs, making only one Art Club ' ssl eLeD1R1R15 ILAATCPIR Freshman ACEIVILICS Mar1on Abbott 9 1 1am Ade 3 1 5 Grant Atlunson 1 5 Odell Bachrach eanne Barrows IS 4 Ilmor Bauchhenss 9 Faraday Bened1ct 7 1 5 4 lack Bened1ct I7 31 Paul Berste1n 15 31 Suzanne BIOSSZI 9 1 4 49 Wa ter Blum I0 1 5 Harry Block IS ean Bohnen 1 7 Florence Booth 16 l'll1s Brandt 31 17 Robert Brumbaugh 19 5 ane Buchb1nder 1 9 Paul Cannon I0 I7 18 1 udson Chalmers I1 KI o Marguente Chatam 9 4 Marguer1te Clark l 4 Margery Cohn 1 Arthur Compton june Cover I2 1 Bar ara Crane 1 5 6 ut Cr1st 6 9 IS M chael Dans 5 1 17 4 Ray na LOUISE DeCostn 9 1 4 nc ard Duddy 1 5 1 Arthur Lastman ll Robert lger 5 Pau Fspenshade 1 Mar5or1e I' mg 7 I9 ohn Fenton X7 ll 16 vkatd Fllkll'lS 1 5 Martyn Foss Barbara Furry 9 1 Jack Goldman 15 I9 31 40 Donald Gorrell 9 ane Gray 9 I9 Marjory Guggenheim Rutl1 Gumbm I9 Alxcc Hamnlton 9 4 Blrglt Ham1lton IQ 4 Florence Harvey 51 ohn Hc1de I7 M1ldred He1tman ohn Hess If Walter Heymann Betty Hodel 1 4 49 janet Hollen Frankl1n Horwnsh If I7 3I Louuse Huflaker 7 W1ll1am Huth 31 etty jadwm I9 4 I-ugene johnson ll 17 Alan Iohnstont 1 7 Heen Kat! 1 4 o1s Kelsay 5 Gorge Kemp ll 11 15 7 o ph Krug Il 11 15 57 40 amuel Iawton 5 7 8 Horace Lepman Il 1 6 15 ar Lew1s I0 IS Betty l.1ndenbtr1,v.r 9 1 Adele LQICWCDSIEIII 1 Nlary Iuckhardt Frank Mackey 9 em Maehle 1 4 ons Nlachlc 1 Nlary Lou1se Vlann 4 Almon lvlanson 11 17 Rutl1 Marsh Nlargery Marx I9 4 ludllh Mclklbbln 4 Fred lwlclmnstry IXIY TO ACTIVITY LIST Nyc McLaury I2 18 31 Isabel McNe11l 9 I2 Robert Merruam 5 IO I7 3 33 Margaret Mernfleld 3 7 Sue M1ller 7 I9 22 41 a Myers IO I2 If 31 Irances Nenll I2 40 45 Ross Nethcrton If 31 Ioulse Newman Ruchard Nolte 31 37 Natal1e Norgren 1 2 3 I2 1n Palmer 1 2 If 16 Margery Pfaelzer Mary Phem1ster If 16 Vlfglnll Plumb 9 42 Albert Pulver lac Reddy 6 Rosemary Roberts 7 I2 If Be ty Rollo 9 I2 5 R1cl1ard Rubens I0 I5 5 IrccnSawyer91 4 93 Betty S1lberman 42 Sxgmund Sllberman 31 Loura Sm1tl1 I2 29 Ieanne Sonnenschem 1 rung Stem IS o Ads e Stern 4 Irank Stern I2 5 Iohn Stern If 1 I 1rle Steyenson N11lton Surkm If Ioulse T1bbetts I9 4 eanne Tob1n 7 9 1 4 44 Batty Xmcent 6 4 Su7anne Walbach I7 4 Ann Wemple If 42 Lo1s Wenk I2 George Works Charles Zeller 31 Class Oflicer Class Executwe Comm1ttee 3 Student Counc1l 4 Ph1 Beta Sxgma 5 Boys Club Board 6 G1rls Club Board 7 Club Oflicer 8 H1 Y Club 9 Art Club Av1at1on Club Drama Club I2 Purple Masque 3 Engmeermg Club 4 French Club 5 MOVIC Club 6 MUSIC Club I7 Sc1ence Club 8 Stamp and COIN Club 9 Creat1ve Wr1t1ng Club 0 Wr1ters Club Glee Club Gargoyle Board 3 M1dway Board 4 Correlator Board 5 Da1ly Exhaust 6 Ghost 7 Better Adverusmg Comm1ttee 8 Board of PubI1cat1ons 9 Cass Publxc Spealung 30 School Publnc Speakmg 31 Class Soccer 3 School Soccer Team 33 C ass Baseball Team 34 School Baseball Team 35 Class Basketball Team 36 School Basketball Team 37 Class Track 38 School Track Team 39 Tenn1s Team 40 Sw1mm1ng Team 41 Golf Team 42 Class Hockey 43 All Star Hockey 44 G A A 45 Class Basketball 46 All Star Basketball 47 Class Baseball 48 All Star Baseball 49 MIHOI Letterman 5 Major Letterman Page 28 X in fl Q1 . . . 1 .1 l. fl Il Wujl' L 5 31 35, I0 I2 15. . 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' ' 2 . I " ' 3 . ' ' g . g 2. . I 5 . 5 . 5 . g . ' 5 . g . 9 . g . g . 3 . - ' '1 . . . .g . 3 . - 5 . 5 . - g . 3 o. SQDJIQHQDMQDHMIEQ ELEANOR HOADLEY Prf'sidc'nI H amor: Sophomore SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Prcs1dcnr X :ce Prcsldcnt Secretarv Chanrm an Probrlm Comm ELEAAOR HOADLEX josrPH Hmxsorx IOSEPH BAIR JOSI PH HANSON Pau' 40 SOPHOMORE BOYS . 1 V 7. ' I . . . . l A Y v Treasurer . . . . .,... . CHARLHS CoMPToN ' ' L Y 2 . i iesz T at QDIRIRIQ lLA1T'41?lR 4 Sophomore, Continued 1 i Each year every class contributes something to the life of our school, and the mem- ' bers of the sophomore class feel that they have especially fulfilled this objective. Ever 1 since this class came into school it has given everything it had to the school activities. , Even though the class has not attempted to undertake any project of its own, each i X individual has shown excellent spirit and cooperation. This particular year we can , boast of two members who were on the school basketball team, and also several girls . have contributed notably to Imp-Pep competition. This shows not only fine spirit on the part of the class members but also a good indication of future success There can be no doubt that when this group graduates it will have set an unprecedented record here prophesied a few years in advance SOPHOMORE GIRLS P :gr 5 I X f i , l I P n I 5 l 1 9 i ai 3 l E l I fl T li ' EI K l ,N , if ll e W f . l f . i it 1: 5 r if l t , T3 I . l , 3 , i i ix , , I' f le T I Q i l' l' , it 4 ,, 5 5 I ' l i X ., , 45 j 852. Sophomore ACt1V1f1CS ar ara Allee 1 Norman Anderson 5 Fvans Beeks I0 IS 5 Donna Berman 1 Betty Brown 1 51 Dorothy Boemckt 5 loseph Baer 1 Ramsey Bancroft loseph Berkowitz Barbara Boyd 1 Rhoda Bret7 9 1 jane Chandler 53 3 o Martha Chapman Carol Cheney 7 Sally Cheney Helen Cl11cra 9 1 Charles Compton Norris Combs If 7 8 ames Cooney 5 I0 Catherine Cornwell Richard Cragg If I7 ettv Crowe 1 5 Muriel Davis Arthur an I1 15 Charles wey 5 Irances urr 1 Newton Idvsards 1 Ilizaberh Engleman I4 5 Dorothy Eshbaugh 9 4 Gilbert Farmer 1 IS I7 LI e n Fllklns I4 5 55 49 Charles Foss BI Ro ert Gilbert I1 I4 IS 7 roy Golding 7 4 ary Letty Grttn 1 5 eatrice Hall joseph Hanson atmryn Hart 15 It n Herald I7 18 17 8 Ilskson Herschel 1 1 Leonard Hcks 5 7 Heanor Hoadlev 1 I Hotftr Gordon Ho tetttr V illiam Houzt Spencer Irons IS Doris tsselson 9 Annabelle effries leanne lernegan 'vlary ohnstone Henry Kahn Christy Kissling 16 4 4 ean Kincheloc 1 1C 4 Charles Klauber 16 18 I Fleanor Kluge 1 5 4 avid Knall Henry Laucrman Il XI Rosalie. Lauter ryl lavar IO an I 'ik IS tromt Lotkman tnry Lorish 1 Billy NlcNe1ll lanet Nlatter 9 I4 5 4 Robert Nliller I7 51 u son 'vlorris IU If 11 Vlaryoru. Wloulton IS Nancy Nlmmons P 11p Palmer lxat arm Pitman I4 IS S 9 KEY TO ACTIVITY LIST Ba ctte Pflaum 9 1 5 6 Rosemary Prest 7 9 1 5 jerry Purdy 35 40 4 Warren Rasch 18 3 Orville Reeves 8 38 Irvin Rich 5 Harry Richter IO 3 5 3 jane Rinder 7 9 4 45 47 Diane Sabath 1 I4 6 Theodora Schmidt 1 I4 6 Lucela. Schoehet I4 44 Richard SLl1WJl'I7 1 7 8 a t Shaw 1 etsy Shcrin 1 4 lantt Sibley Gor on Smith Har on Smyth 3 57 38 Ada Steele 7 9 1 'vlartha Steere 1 4 47 49 Selwyn Steere IO 35 W1 iam Stevtns If 7 8 n Stevenson 18 51 55 55 e yn Stich 11 4 Katt Sullbergtr 1 Vs illard Summers Ada Swmelord I4 15 4 45 Cfly Thomas 7 1 Margaret Vail I4 Ianet XX anner Margaret Wareing 9 Patrick Warner 9 5 55 My rle Vs'enham eorge Zeisler 1 8 n 7usler 7 io 1 1. Class Ofhcer' 2. Class Executive Committee' 3. Student Council' 4. Phi Beta Sigma' 5. Boys Club Board' 6, Girl.' Club Board' 7. Club Officers' S. I-Ii Y Club' 9. Art Club' ro. Aviation Club' ' 11. Drama Club' 12. Purple Masque' 3. Engineering Club' 14. French Club' 5. Movie Club' ' 16. Music Club' 17. Science Club' 18. Stamp and Coin Club' 19. Creative Writing Club' 2o. Writers I Club' 21. Glee Club' 22. Gargoyle Board' 23. Midway Board' 24. Correlator Board' 25. Daily Exhaust' 26. Ghost' 27. Better Advertising Committee' 238. Board of Publications' 29. Class Public 1 Speaking' 30. School Public Speaking- 31. Class Soccer' 3-. School Soccer Team' 33. Class Baseball Team' 34. School Baseball Team' 35. Class Basketball Team' 36. School Basketball Team' 37. Class Track' 38. School Track Team- 39. Tennis Team' 40. Swimming Team' 41. Golf Team' 4 . Class Hockey' 43. All-Star Hockey' 44. G. A. A.' 45. Class Basketball- 46. All-Star Basketball' 47. Class Baseball' 48. All-Star Baseball' 49. Minor Letterman' 5o. Major Letterman. Page 3 2 X - .,,, J 0 U C l B b 2 ll 42 45 47. 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Q Y 9 8 U D 2 i . , , , . 1 . . . 1 TIUNIII Coolidge uuior Presndcnt JOHN BEAL Vxce President MARY LOUISE COOLIDQI Secretary RICHARD ZEISI 1 R Cha1rm1n SOCIII Comm IANI' WEHS Chalrman Progrlm Comm PALL LULKHARDT Pagr' 34 IUNIOR BOYS jumor Thls yc1r has been one of the most successful m the h1storv of th cl1ss of 33 It has been mlrked by unususzlly fine class spxrlt 1nd whole hearted sup port of school and cl1ss actxvntnes Zezslcr The Jumor contrxbutlon to U Hnghs socnl lxfe has lncluded one very sueeessful and well 'attended class dance 'md as usual the jumor Senlor Prom glven wlth umors The scholastxc standmg of the Jumors contlnued to be unusually hugh Prommence ID athletlcs too has been attuned If leadershlp of the s1me hugh quality contlnues to show xtself there can be no doubt that this cl1ss of 33 wnll be one of the best that U Hngh has ever produced JUNIOR GIRLS Page 3 5 O ' e . , . 2 . . , . , . . . i Q Q -L , K , , . H . . . J . as hosts to the Seniors. . . , y 4 . D . 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Cu-5w6JL SS-MQ.9uz, qYvxgQQfJ-4NQ,oJvv M0533 Cfmi-.LQ WALTER CAHII L 1 5 Howard Sicvens Sernor Class l-hstory HE Class of 32 started off strong from the begmmng of the sub freshman year through fixe hard years of new comradeshnps and changes and now lt Hmshes 1ts exnstence at the ult1mate and long looked forward to graduatlon wxth the wlsdom and power of ll many tlmes mcreased The class leas es behmd It memornes of countless happy exents and faces but If shall alu ays carry w1th xt a genume sorrow at leavmg those memorxes One feels that h1s stay at U Hugh has been one spent profitably vusely and appreclatlvely therefore at leaung ue realnze that a job well carrned out has been fimshed Let us revxew what the class has accomphshed The sub freshman year saw the electron of Sam Hair as presldent of the class and the follows mg year It was Eleanor Tobm who led the class not only as presxdent but also as 1 member of the Purple Masque and Movle Clubs Her absence from the class roll the past year was an absence regretted by not a few Durmg these two years the Class of 32 establlshed the system of class pms for underclassmen It was ln hrs fresh man year that jlmmy Stevens the Master Magncnn first began showmg his trxcks to us and after five years we stall are ln awe of his exhlbltlons The Pubhc Speaking Team was xx ell represented by Jane Dubbs and Ruth Moulton the latter holdmg the posntlon of Captaxn nn her Semor year Gul Compton Iosephme Marland and Lavmna Howells were other members of that naturally born Publlc Speaking type Page 38 O C T , A . - ' s y V . . . . 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K , . . 1 ,- Semor George Wemple and Robert Ebert acted as Presldents for one semester each durmg the Sophomore year Contlnulng the custom wh1ch somehow had started of the electnon of Cllss Presldents twlee 1 year After three years much to the thanks of everyone thlt plan was dropped Ebert was on both the Class Soccer and trlek teams and was 1 Movne Club otheer Wemple 1nd Olson were the Hrst two members of the clmss to reeerve letters on the sehool Soeeer Texm H1 Iewns played rnght held 1nd thlrd base off and on for the 1929 Baseball Telm Ireddle Lauerman began has letter collectlon wlth an award from Mr Maroney for hrs playmg on the L1ghtwe1ght Basketball Team Bayard Brossat w1s hugh scorer for the Sophomores nn Iunlor Track The Tennls Team was represented then IS nt wls thls p1st yelr by oseph Ransmexer The lnterclass Soccer Champlonshlp wls won by our ellss IS was the Inghtwenght Basketball Cham pxonshnp Thanks to the efforts of Bull Mel xury the expert exponent of the crawl stroke we came out seeond rn the ellss swnmmmg meets Ineldentally the Sophomores also vxon the Traek Champxonshlp txknng 1t away from the Semors by seven pomts Melba Moorman wls on the Peps Hrst blsketball squad and Ruth Raney hauled 1n the seores for the swnmmnng team Probably the most outstandrng event of the year however was the dedneatnon and openmg of the new Bernard Sunny Gymnaslum It few years xgo If wls llke a new toy Charles Hememan carrled the junnor Class of 52 through two successful semesters as Class Presndent At that t1me the class reached 1ts peak both ln the number of stu dents of Whlch If conslsted and ln its scholastlc abxlxty Partly because of thls the unnors eontr1buted much to the lrfe and sp1r1t of the school Lauerman became Vnce Presndent of the Boys Club a posntxon xn whlch he gamed knowledge helpful to hum llter on Phl Betx Sngma chose twelve members from the class roll and the mayornty of them also found Dosntnons on the Publne Speakmg Team Sam Halr was ll'1lIl2ltCd mto the mysterles of the Correlator Board and four of the five members of the Da1ly Exhaust Board were Junlors The Soccer Team of that year d1dn t lose a game but was nt because of the number of Junnors on the team or not9 Norm Howard shone ln Soccer and Basketblll as usual and as 1 result he was one of the exght elass members to be awarded Major U s The nnterellss teams were well represented xgun and won the Soceer Basketball md Indoor Traek Champnonshnps due to the fightmg spmt None of the gurls wnll forget the band organlzed by Kay Steere Qcheerleader deluxej Dot Wlnters and Eleanor Tobm whxch was composed malnly of harmonlcas and horns but added nevertheless to the color and sp1r1t of the hockey games Who sa1d there was no school SDIFII7 Cynthxa Grabo and Ann Meyers made the all star Hockey Team Polly Whlpple was the outstand1ng volleyball player of the class The Jumor gurls won the 1ntercl1ss svummlng meets wnth Eleanor Stern the hlgh pomt w1nner of the school bemg twenty seven pomts ahead of anyone else We find the record of the present Sennor Class set down 1n the pages of th1s annual and that speaks for rtself On the whole the class has been a great success and has lnved up to the reputatxon of former classes leavmg a hrgh standard for those classes whnch are to follow The class leaves behlnd It memorles of countless happy events and faces but lt shall always carry wnth nt 1 genume sorrow It leavxng those memorxes Page 3 9 C 2 u . . . , . 1. ' . . . '. , ' , - K 'ts ' - - . ' - s V. s N. L s L 1 l , f B i'i. I I 1 I -v wvx yy K I' A,, 3 Q 1 y l E it f . 1 i I I I j ' 4 I ' u 1 na L e I 2. l ' ' . . . x 1 A h ' L ' A , 1 A 1 .' ' ' - . ' 1 x . ' f i 'ti ' 'A ,y . .. , . - , " ' ' ai . . ' . , . y . W . . U , L I l , . I . . f , , , . w . . l . , X , El ' L - K A s was a present whlch the members of the school take as a matter of course now, but a H 7 X- , l . I 1 f . . . , n , T . , . . . ' . . D . - , . L . . 2 . . i x I , ' I I 1 - ' ' V Q . . ' . . D . 'Q I Y Q, ' ' 3 . . , . . . . . . , E , e ' ' R 1 E ' U U I I l . . A . i Y A X 1 3 I it Y , Y . . , 7 L 2 , I e e ' . ' 2 k . 2 . . . Page 4 0 A ROBILRT ADAIR Un111r11l1 0 Cbuufto Bob 1..11nc here from the cold north Mmntsota but h1s att1tudc and sp1r1t hate been a11yth1n3, but told Ht has helped 1n1ter1ally Ill carrymb on the ael1v1t1es of the class and xar1ous org,an 11at1ons Bob made H1 Y 111 l'llS Iunlor year and tontnbuttd 1,re'1tls toward the success of tl1at 0I'!5.lI1lI2IlUFl durmg the past year It IS ap ar ent that seholarsh1p 1s a natural attr1bute vuth l'lll'l1 as l1e 15 alxxaws aetnt Ill glass affa1rs Ath let1es took some of h1s t1mt and he made an espetnlls Hne shovmg 1n tratk Altobether Bob uas an outstandmg iattor 111 the success of the SCIIIOI' glass and has proun hnnself a loyal U llltgllfl' MIRIAN1 All l N Umznwly 0 Cfmato TYlll'ldlTl 19 one ot tl1e fortunate fux vxho hate r named Vlfll h elass of smcc earlx ee l1'lLI1I1l'W days Although she 1s I'lIl1LI' qulet she. 0 u an 115 nan vu l1k t lI1S Lflfnc flut fllr 5171111 .llIllltlL5 nllld for ScXLf'll supporter ot both tht old and ntvx barhosles If xilll Want her SLIIUI lbflk I'LLOlUIT1Ll'ldC1!l0n 2l5lk o nv. of the members of tht C LFINIII ll t ss Bl:RThL ANDI RSON Xorllrrzunru I rt s tl1e noted 3Ull1OI'lIX t the clas t I2 on z1utomob1les and raung., If len. IS d1seuss10n on cars gomg on ln l5 sure to be n the m1ddle of t HIS SLIINIIICS around school ure eentered mamlx 1n basketball When basket ball IS out ot season he L111 usually be found drnmg around 1n h1s Ford Vlfli Sachs or playmb football He IS alvtaxs full of l1fe and doesnt t'1ke anythlng ser1ouslt Good luek ll'I tl1e auto lllilblll. busmcss, Bert' NIARGARI T BADGI R Inuumr Xou hate undoubtedly vtondered who vsas tht 1uthor of those 1nterest1n1, a11d eleter club re news whnch have appeared re1,ularly 1n tl1e M1dw:1y Also I am sure that you have ad nured the dark 1ntell1gent lookmg g1rl who often seen strollmg through tl1e corndors Her name 1n case you hate not been enhghtened Margaret Badger and she IS the authoress of those dub reports Howexer Margaret has not con Hned her RCUYIIICS to reporunl, for the Mldvtay but she has been a staunch follower of several tlubs belllg the Pres1clent of the Math Club tl'llS past year, and a loyal supporter of both boys and g1rls 3thlCtlCS She lb an outstandmg stu dent haung weathered Laun IX ered1tably and haung, been a Math enthusmst P 1 l 6' if . 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RANDOLPH BEAN Cornell Randolph rs an all around good fellow and has a reputatlon for bemg, a shark This reputatuon gamed rn has first three years he could not lne dovsn ln hrs last year as a jumor college student He has contrlbuted reg,ul.1rly to the blee Club rs 1 member of H1 Y md at all tlmes supports other sehool aetnmcs to the best of hxs abllxtx We hope to sec hum dlsplay hrs musxcal talents to a h15,h degree nn the future BAXARD BIOSSAT lllmon Barney Bxosslt one of the good old tuners mt thi. lngtltutlon Cl'llLrLli sLh00l lI1 llll 911111 ITIIH ner as most other enterprrsmj, young, men How er bseure h s al b 1 was not long before his eheerful dnsposltnon md hrs wholehearted loyalty won for hum .1 dehmte plate m sehool llfe As an under elass man Bn ney partnexpated m athletncs bcrns, partleullrlx Interested Ill track However wezk he forced hxm to dnscontmue hxs promlsme, eareer DUFIHL, this past year he has been Advertnsnns, Manager for the Correlator an extremely ehfh cult posxtlon which he filled urs well Pe us xery enthusustle about ears and ean be asso elated with the xery snappy lookxnl., Qxnd aetnnej Ford whxeh one sees lll9llll1j, around eorners SHERXX OOD BISHOP Belonf The best thmg,s come ln small paekabes Sherwood IS the smallest frxendlnest and surelx the most dependable person when xt eomes to p1r txenpatlon H1 any sport In the Cylee Club md on the soeeer field he ues has mmuth md hs feet equally well and who but Sherry IS able to sunk a basket from the mlddle of the lhor3 He xs everlastlnglv full of fun and real spnrnt vnhrch have prosed helpful ln the ZALIIVIIILS nn whxeh Sherry has participated If you dont behexe hes been up to trmcks just ask Mr Foro he knows' BARBARA BLOCKI UPIlllYXIfJ n Cbnugo Meet Barbara Blockr the suave young, lady who has graced our corrxdors for the last four years Her pohshed manners and charmmg personahtx have made her popular wrth everyone Bobbx has proven the CYCCPIIOI1 to the rule Beautiful but dumb as she has been a consnstently efh cnent scholar, served on the Cnrls Club Board for several years and has supported both elubs and athletncs Barbaras versatnhtx has been nllus trated by her Interest nn socxal affanrs and su port of acuvmes we assure success for her an where and offer our best wishes for further eon quests 'Y ..,-L J Pug: 41 ' sl ff? 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Page 42 CI ORQI BOOTH Llillllfllfl 0 C fjlltlgfl Here 15 our renowned car fiend for Gtorxe I9 forever sprmgmg a new car on us While Booth I5 one of our more qulet fellows ht IS nexer theless an awfully lnkeable sort Although he has not gone out much for athletnts we think that he would be an asset to the team were he Should you meet htm anywhere or 'lnwtxme l would most lktly b with hrs n stparable pals Saehs Btnd and Btrttl Anderson HARRX BOXD Sian mtl Here ns one of U Hugh s ITAOSI hktable fellows Any day of the week he may bt seen strolling, towards the Boys Club wnth hrs eyer present smlle m order to haye hrs darly round of pool Harry has not entered into many actnmes but has loyally supported the teams and has been known for hrs wnlllngness to help anyone at any time He has panned many friends here and h will be missed nekt year CAROLINI BRXAN1 LllllltYX'lf1 0 Cbnaqo A rxpple of gngglts somehow ont knows that NVv.c must be around for her humor and Wllllllg disposition are known Cl'l3K'JLILl'lSllL5 here at sthool She has supported the Drama and Art Llubs, and has been actnely mtercsted mn ath lctlcs Vbces orxgmal posters which haye dec orated our hall durmg the last few years dem onstrate her artlstrc talents and we hear that she I5 also yery much mterestcd ln actmg, Her work lll the Drama Club warrants praise and we are sure that Wee will succeed ln elther field and why not wlth that aggressnt spxrrt DORIS BUTLER Umzrrrzlg o Cbrrago Dons entered U Hnhh as a Ireshman and SIHCC then has been noted for her quiet reseryed manner Howex er when you get to know Dons she rs really full of fun and an exceptronally good sport She has been Interested m academlc work and has reccxved yery good grades Thns last year she came out for athletxes and has made scxeral class teams Fyeryone who knows her always has somethmg mee to say for her GRACI BUTLI R Umnrsliy 0 Chnueo As though xt werent enough for one person to have gorgeous bron7e eolored halr Graee also possesses a very endearmg manner Under that charming exterror there rs something forceful and drxvmg as Grace does everything thoroughly and well 'lhls fact ns evrdenced by her flue grades and host of frxends both among the fae ulty and students CJFTLCS mam ambntron as to beeome a yournallst Ind we feel sure that we shall heir of her suceessful eonquest of thxs Held some d1y However me know th1t bnees life wll be hke herself whatever she may do grlemus and charming NV ALTI R CAHIII Ilurzurll ll you want anythmg done and done well we advlse you to consult Wally undoubtedly the most wrlhng even tempered and agreeable young man rn this rllustrrous class The varrous othces which he has held durmg hrs sojourn at U Hugh mcludmg the presrdencles of the Semor class and Hr Y verify hrs esecutxve abnhty Nor are Wallys accomplishments confined t runnmg sehool affairs for he ns one of U Hxghs out Standlng track Inen and has Won IIIS Ietter soccer for two conseeutrve years EDWIXRD CANNON Unnlrvrly n Chnueo Ed has brrghtened U Hrgh a lot wth hu cheerful drsposrtron You hase probably heard lum and hrs pal Rawlmgs evcchanglng wlse cracks around here When Ed becomes serious he 15 the prlde of hrs teachers especially rn chem xstry fask hrm somethxng about dephlogrstrcated arrj Fd led the Blology Club durlng this last year and expects to pursue a sclentufic career later Altogether he IS an estlmable fellow and we wrsh hxm a great suceess VIRGINIA CARR Umurut5 o Cbnaqo xnny will be remembered for some tlme to come as an artlst of note Yes she 15 the one who drew that knockout poster at the end of the hall and desrgncd that clever stage settmg However she also found trme to come out for class athletxcs and has partrcularly demonstrated her abxhty as a hockey player Bcsndes thus she as brnght m Math and has a very good record and what would the orchestra be wlthout jnnny s flute7 Wife fx Page 43 psf' X. Page Yfzflsx Xa VKX jx YNKJM UQKAX WILLIAM crm RA Umzunly o Cbnago rather qulet, shy fellow but once you get to know hnn you luke hum remarkably well because of has xnterestmg and enthusnstnc attx tude NX lllU.XL'l" he does 19 so well planned that we predict .1 great future fo hxm A good stu dent and a sound athlete he also found time to lead the Sump Club through 1 highly successful year Blll pl1ns to be one of the foremost col lectors of stamps and antlques 1nd from his present knowledge of the subject we know that he wxll fulfill hls ambmon NIARTHA CLARK Moral Umor C 0,1181 Comtly looks a charmmy., personxhty and 1 refined manner are a few of Marlhas attributes She has contrxbuted greatly to those numerous organwatlons nn whuh she has puuuputed and her presence has lent charm to many nnportant school 'IHAJIFS Nlartln has come out for athletlcs and has nude se eral teams IIANINETTI1 COCHRANI Unlzernlg O! Cbuago NX hen you hear the name ennx you xmme dnately think of some one jolly and gnggly This IS certainly true of Jenny Cochrane as she can always be depended upon to start a conflagratnon of giggles She really IS an earnest and serious student, also partxcxpatmg 1n athletics of all kmds both mn school and out She ns nnterested ln Art and plans to be an mternor decorator If the cleyerly done figures she draws on chemlstry papers sngmfy artxstnc abnhty then cnny wxll surely be a success GAIL COMPTON Darimonlb Herb he 15 w an a man Compton the fellow wh ex eryonc know s, and whom ey ery one lakes mel mg mnscellaneous teachers who have fallen by the waysxde fi'tH1 nery ous stram Incndentally 1 you should haxp en to see a group of bolsterous young students among whom wnll probably be some ofwhe faxrer sex, laughmg uproarlously vou may be sure that Gall ns nn the center of the gathcrmg or has m some way caused the amuse ment 7 'QAM Q75 X xf X A My 'XG' -V d l N IX X , 'N 'MJ 11 L: tj :: . -.. . 1 A he K 7' .X X ' Q - V , I ff X , ' h hx. ' x e ' A as Xf , , K yi X fx, Vx 4 k , I . f" J if ' - i I' f ' fx .lU. V .h I If R - V ' I f . I h ' Bull IS a ' v v, ' l ' . 'N A v . r 'V . - 1, ' Q N1 Ml. f, A' - ds , . I Vw My . E . . ,. :Wadi-1 K ' '. ' , ' 'A' , . A X 'V l -- . , ' 1 x . ' ,, ' . ' x 1 q ,Q A ' ' '5 H I 1 .V V '. ,Q 1' hr .K ' ' ' ' K f ' y ly e . . , -f ' X , . 1 if ' --' - . ' . , c . , . . c, X' - - - , 1, V 1 t gt. . . X , 1 A f 'l v X f , h hv- V V, v ' 17 N . ij V ' . x 4 ' . ,J tx ' . Y . ry . y We 'CN l , , , , - F A usa , " is BLTTY DALE COOKE Umwrxzty of Chicago Bettys fnendly manner pep and sense of humor help to make hcr a most enjoyable n drvldual She IS very Intelligent and puts her qulck mmd to good use by shxmng m her studnes She does everythmg well 1nd has clrreeteel much of her attention to athletles Clever, enterram mg and obllgmg Betty IS .1 charmmg person and a real frlend LIANI COOHDCI Suu! Briar Who would thunk to look 1t tlus quiet lady lxkc young person that she s the C A A pres1dent7 In addntxon to ablv fillmg tlus posl tlon 'md making many te1ms herselt lme has supported her class by belng on the exeeutne eommlttee and mterestmg herself m the mffanrs of the Student Counell ns neser too buss to help out any ore,1nulxt1on by mmknm, 1 poster md she xs known for her helpfulness mel plexs mg dnsposxtnon whleh lxls been one of her ehnet attraetlons as her l'I111y frxends wlll testnly JOHN LOULSON Unlursllg o Cbuugo Buuy IS one of the most com, mul xnd Ill terestmg members ot rl c Semor elass His popu larlty 15 not eonfmed to any partleular group tor through his numercus actxvltres he hls made the acquamtance of almost every person ln school Although he IS a hard worker at hxs studies lj C HISIOKY and Math IV m one gulpj then are few aetnvntles that have not felt has plewsant mlluenee Besldcs belonglng to sexerll elubs gomg out for almost every sport sueeessfullx unclertakxng the job of txlek manager md beam, an xmportant part of the barltone seetxon 1n the Glee Cub he has found time to do 1s mueh Cor relator work as any two people on the staff It vnll be a long tnme before another Senlor Class can boast of a person 'as xnterestnng and valuable as lohn Coulson JACQUI'.LlNE COUR UHILFVJIIJ of Chicago ac, as she ns known to her many frrencls, IS a leadmg character of U Hugh and partneularly of the Senior Class Strxkmg m appearance brnl lxant scholastxcally wnth a keen sense of humor we assure you that aes character ns all wool and a yard wnde As presndent of the Wrnters Club Jac s frequent articles xn the Gargoyle and her success at playwrntmg make her a lxterary light She has been a strong partxclpant and loyal supporter of athletncs, her mterest nn base ball has been the subject of great mterest and some mystery to the rest of the world but never theless she has gamed the right to recognntnon as one of our most valuable members 'ew' Lf' ve! 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' - - ,C I cw? s. v ,.iy1,.4 or Page 46 MARJORII DARQAN Aff Iiislllule Marjorie is almost always in a good humor, her eyer present smile and ready laughter hating., saved more than one difhcult situation She has always been yery active in school activities, hay ing, participated in the Drama, Wfriters and Girls Clubs, and making seyeral athletic teams Mar jorie is artistically inclined and has contributed much to the cause of the better adyertising com mittee This year she vias yiee president of Phi Beta Sigma, a senior rcpresentatiye on the Girls Llub and Feature Pditor on the Midway Mar lorie has originality initiative and a very pleas ini., personality whieli has been an asset to U liibli RUSSI LL DI LL DHlfll10Ilf1J That tall heavy set, good looking fellovu seen so frequently in the hall and the Correlator of fice, answers to the name of Russ He entered school last year and immediately entered into all school activities, a Midway reporter, he soon be came knovun for his column Teani Tattle which afforded everyone much amusement This year he vsrote sports nevss for the Correlator and was frequently seen leaping, vsildly around the b1s ltetball floor where he beeame quite expert Hom exer these are all minor assets for Russ is prin eipilly ltnovxn for his humor and coiitapious l'lUj.,ll TOM DI WPY lxalama on Tom came to U High as a junior, and durin5 his tvso years here he became one of the b in His yery vxilling,ness to enter into any ac tivity, rebardless of the vtorlt inyolyed shows him to be far superior to the ayerage run of fel lows To proye the point, Tom vas admitted to Hi Y during his first year at school and this year is treasurer of that or1,am7ation A its editor in elncf, Tom has skillfully guided the Midyy ay through a year which would have floored the ayerabe individual He has come out for 'ith letics and supported all activities We have yery pleasant memories of his brilliant musical abilities and peppy personality which is demonstrated by the snappy coniebacks one associates with him JANI DUBBS Wrllzxltj Anyone who comes in contaet with ane im inediately feels attracted by her poise, person ality, and perseverance Athleties, publications soeial, and scholastic aetiyities liaye all been par ticipatcd in by this energetic indnidual. She has been actively identihed with the Midway' and Correlator and has been a member of several Pep teams. On the side Miss Dubbs specializes 'i good looking clothes. In spite of her Wont y' u buy -? ane is a keen girl who deserves a great deal of credit for her versatile interests. RICHARD EASTMAN Oberlin East approaches the top of the llst when ll comes to lndustry, and thls lndustry manlfests ltself ln the dlrectlon of studles as well as l other actlvltles He goes about wlth a buslness llke etpresslon and walks wltll a bU5ll1LSSllkL galt but those who know hlm wlll reassure onc that he ls :lr from the gloomy sort He has galned dlstlnctlon ln athletlcs especlally ln swlm mlnl, trlek soceer and baseball East does not talk about l1llTlSElf but compensates for hls qulet ness ln sehool 1etlvlty Rolil RT llihk ll lytlfflllfllllb Ones first lmpresslon upon meetlng I-llp hls prepossesslng manner Upon further lequalnt ance ones lnltlal surmlse 19 verlfled for Fllp 15 one of the most brllllant and versatlle lndlxldlllls whom we have ever met A leader ln lll plllses of sehool TCIIVIIILW hls supcrlor llltellleellee 1nd thc honors whlch have been bestowed upon hlm are never an awcrslon A Phl Bete as 1 JUHIOI' and an aetor of marked ablllty Fllp served as presldent of both Phl Beta Slgma and thc Drama Club Hls natural aptltude for .lthletles IS lllustrated by hls track record and l'll9 lnlalu able playmg on the soccer team In the soclal llfe of the school Fllp has been an lnterested partlclpant and hls suave pcrsonallty has von for hlm many frlends wllo COITIbll"lL Wlfll us to NVlSll hlm :l great success PMERY FAIR lzxery cllss has IIS talented members and ours fortunately proles the rule Emery Falr I5 tle clewer t1p dancer whose name belonl.,s ln our hall of f1nle beeause of hls lntercstlng., personll lty and hls numerous accompllshments He came to U Hlgll ln hls lunlor year and lmmecllately fitted lnto our regular routlne eontrlbutlng 1 great dell to school llte by hls pleasant person allty and hls splrlt of cooperatlveness whlcll have characterlleel l'llFl1 ls l most weleome addltlon to our ranks PRAXICPS FAlRWhAfHER Surufl LLIILVLIILC' Frances h1s the dlstlnetlon of belng one of the best tempered and most cheerful 3,lrls IH the Sen lor class She can find somethlng., funny ln any lhllll, from an lmpendllag ehemlstry test to los lne a wlber and her gleeles WlllLl'I hue been very PlL.I'lflflll would haw been an asset to anv class DUFIHQ., her stay at school she has en tered lnto warlous actlvltles belng especlally terested ln art her long standlng membershlp ot the Art elub wltnesses tllls as do her eontrlbu tlons of orlglnal posters whlch have decorated the halls and adlertlsed many events Fran ls best known for her lnfeetlous good humor and prlme frlendllness P., 1 Puge 47 7' I '1 S4- l A l ff' f , fr, ' fr n ' , ' ff - . . 4 . v 'I " . . . - . 2 " y I . - .- f 1 ., . . . , if . f . . j I . . . l K . ws x X, - - N- .. -V H is - ' '. 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BARBARA PISHB1 IN Pun Munoz lt you hear someone giggle durlng a solemn moment ln elass, you tan be sure that ll IS Bar bara and one of her pals engoyml, a joke quletly 7 between themselxes Barbara has not par txenpated nn many extra eurrncular actnntnes but she has been 1 success m the ones xn wlneh she has partlclpated She has been a follower of sex eral elubs, and has entered mto athletics whole heartedly maklng the Pep hoeleey team nn her Iumor year RUTH FOX Lfuzerslly of Cbnaqo Ruth xs one of those mdnlduals who are alw ns oxerfluwmg wlth pep and humor Her yery xx xaenous nature and amxable personallly are eu denee of her natural abnlnty lor making, frlends She has been a follow er of sexerxl clubs 'Hld has bone out for athletxes Ruth IS one of the few people who haye supported the boys athletn. teams wlnelm LllJl'JCILl'llL9 her as one rf the most ent IUQIIQIIL gurls m the ellss whose presenee wmll he mxssed next year RICHARD IRI UND Duzlmonlfr Dnele 15 a fellow you ean t help but luke qunet and accommodatmg Among Ins many close trnends are two of the elosest we know, G1dw1t1 and Heller He can be seen vtlth the latter, who 15 his partner, m the Chemxstrx laboratory tm leernng with the yarxous gadjets Any outside nn terests between the home and the school he keeps seeret irom the general run of mmates H 15 a popular man among, hls fellow students and lns uneeasmxg eheerfulness and qunet nature wxll be a pleasant rernembranee to us all IOUISI l'Rll Dlll Rb Varvar Lou ns simply just one grand person Besxdes managing the Home Seruee eommlttee to per fectnon, Lou ns an exeellenr Mndway reporter an enthusnastnc ad getter a good student and one of the outstandmg gurl athletes of her class Incldentally' havent you notlced somethmg yery ultra athletxc about that never to be forgotten walk? Lou also IS always m a good humor, usually uttering some of the funmest thxngs you eser heard From the thmgs mentmoned you can tell that Lou IS extremely yersatnle, but there I5 more to come She IS the classnc example of what 1 good sport should be X ff 'V ' , ,W ' i l f ' , , ' ' I I . vv ' '. ' 1 . . ' 3 ' . b ' I xl . K ', '.v.4 ' V x V ' X I X . - ,- I , I-- I l' v V' ' s I v x t.- 'hm' ,, V-.H V A 1' QM I V '-5. ' . .v J' 4 w v vu - H' s'- K , . As - -'-xx x in -A ' l 'L I' 'I ' '11, ' ' '. " '- X ' . 'J "H . Q x ' .X-'V I 'fr ' lv J . ' . ' s, '. s . ' I A y . , , W A . . . f . .' if' , , -' ' 'I ' il ll . u - ' H - ' . c 's 'L-S. f 2 ' Z Q ' x exmlll .. l - , . ' ' Q ,K l ' ' - , , I ' , ' V ' ' Y , xf, f t . " Y Y 'K r l ' . . 'Leu , 'var J flu? , , "init" MIRIAM GARDNER Wise onvm And now may we present Vlum the well known and eihcnent News Idxtor of the Mldway B sndes being one of the smallest and best dressed gurls around school Nlxml as known for her clever vuttlcnsms her popularlty and her rare athleue abnllty Throughout her attendance at U I-hgh she has been one of the most actne members of thc class servmg as Presndent of the Purple Nlasque ln her Freshman yelr class representa tue to the Student Counnl as a unlor Ind member of several Pep teams I-lcr sueeess ns 1 soual leader IS lllustrated by her membership on the social committee All ln all Mxmxs charmxng personality has endeared her to the hearts of her frnends and made her a valuable addition to our class FWNIA LOU CyLlST Ulllltfjlfy 0 Cbnago Emmy Lou we regret to say, 15 seldom seen around school after class hours She has not done a great deal at U Hugh llmltmg her aetlvntnes to attending club meetmgs, and participating m gxrs athletxcs Although she has not taken part mn many of the schools actnvntxes, lmmy Lou has made a host of frxends among, the fae u ty and students alike Wlth this dnsposltnon she IS bound to make many friends at college next year VICTOR GIDWITZ Darluloulla Y letor 15 University Hlgh s redeeming, red held He has a prepossessmg, personality and so far .1 vxe know has never been seen without a smile on hls face He has been an enthusiastic speaker and a member of the School Pubhc Spezkme, team Victor has come out for class athletxes and has contributed much to his studles, espeelal ly the elght oeloek Lxterature IV class ETHEL ANN GORDON Umttrsxly of Chnago How does Ethel keep her hzur nn plaec from enght to three th1rty7 Perhaps her hanr has a deslre to fall into the general ensemble and who could xmagmc anythmg connected w1th Ethel bemg out of place' Por Ethel herself ns always socxally adequate Her popularity, quite mag, mficent nn 1ts scope bears mute wntness to that fact We dont have to hope for success for Ethel xt bemg already assured her Why5 Be cause she ns Ethel Ann one of the most charm mg people U Hugh h-ns ever had the pleasure of knowing I xx Page 49 s sLl 1 'Lisa' 1 Zz.- 1 av6'9'll'- we.. us-O.. 'lic Page 50 LX NTHIA GRABO UIIIIIISIIJ of Cbzrago The only thmb the matter unth Cynthna as that she does too many thxngjs too well Cyn IS an uneannlly brllhant student, her eleetxon to P111 llcte Ill her unxor year bears wxtness to this she IS 1n athlete of dl5IIl1L.fl0I'l belng, one of the best hoeltey and basketball stars xn thc sehool lies: es she rs always ready to lend a helpmg, hand to any mdnxdual or orgamzatxon Cyn 13 one of the mam props of the French lTl3H1l7lIll. and 1 yerx helpful member of the Home SCFYILL Qommnttee Xou re bound to lxke Cy nthna you eannot help ldmurnns, her abxhty or aceomphsh ments 1nd htr personzhty ns charmmg SANI HAIR Sluuford It seems to bc a tradmon that the Fdnor of the Correlator be a eartoomst but tl s rs he least of Sams aeeomphshments He has per formed the dlfheult task of edttms thus book yuth apparently lnttle effort and IH addrtnon has found tame to play goalie on the soeeer team p1rl1e1p1te H1 the Calee Club and support other atmletues an eltbs He has a hxg.,hly dexeloud sense of humor an .1 yery hltable persona :tx yt neh une made hxm one of the most souelut zfter md yxeleome lelloyxs m sehool PI ll li HAMBURGI-R Llllllllklly 0 CZTIIEQO Iete IS that quxet fellow who can always b relxed on for anything, from a physxcs problem to 1 snappy eomcbaclt He has been an outstandxng, member of the tenms team and can usually be found on lackman Fxeld after 3 30 supportmt, the class teams 1n other sports In prevnous years Pete exhnbnted hrs talents as a member of the Corrclator and Mldway Boards He IS rather quret but those who haye acqunred hxs fnendslnp like hmm for his good quahtles and know they hate found a real frnend rn Pete ARIHUR HANSI:N Ulllltfllf-3 0 Cbnugo Here ns another of U Hrgh s all round fellows Art 15 one of the mseparable team of Hansen loranson, and Rawlings Inc, Capxtahzed for go ooo ooo laughs A good sport, a fme athlete an mdustrxous student and an xmmaculate dress er Art IS a classrc example of what U Hlghers eau b Bemg one of the foremost humornsts nn sehool hrs presenee has been enjoyed by both te'1ehers and students ROBI RT HARTNIAN U111wrsziy of Cblrago Rob ns one of those boys who can be seen 'xt all txmes wxth a smlle on hrs face Hls Chlet mterest lnes nn the field of athletnes which can be attested by the fact that he IS a letter wm ner nn soccer basketball and baseball H ns also one of the must enthuslastlc members of the French ll class Qto whlch Mass Norman vull readily agretj and has ably handled the dlstnbu tnon of the Mxdway for the last two years Robs amnble dnsposltlon has brought hum many frnends durmg, hls career at U Hlbll CHARLLS HI IYFNIAN Cormll Charles ns ont of the most congemal and vllu able members of the class of 3 Hls vxluc Ins ln the fact that he have tht Semor class of thus year a firm foundation for its actlvlty by aetmg, as 1ts president through one of the class most successful years Hxs scholarship and mterest m school affairs 15 unquestionably that of the hnghest order havmg gamed for hxm member shnp m Phu Bete In athletxcs Charles has dont has share also Basketball and baseball partneu larly enbaged his worth whxle attentnon He will be remembered as one of those who contrnbuted the most to the honor and glory of the class of JAMES HELLLR XVISFOIISIYI lmmle 15 an old standby of the class who can be remembered from elementary days e has been mterested m athletlcs having played on almost all of the class teams and he has also done some work on the publlcatnon boards n mxes chnef mterest IS chemxstry and he plans to pursue an xntensnve study of this mterestmg study m college RUTH HELLILIK U!llUUVSIfj of Chlrago Durmg the past two years Ruth has not had a great deal of tnme to engage m after school actxvltnes because of her devoted mterest ln mu c However she has found txme to play base ball and has lived up to her name for she eer tannly ns a hard hnttmg Babe and an asset to any team Her yocular personalxty and dnsposn tion have won her a place xn the hearts of her assoclates who will repeat our recommendations of her ,S ya ,L5F3lL',1..' fi fx. 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' A Zvi' , Y: 1 ' l ' Page 52 HOWARD HILL Brlozt Howard has merited his distinction in Unncr sity High by his consistent application to every ictivity he undertakes He hls been prominent on the soeeer field and made his debut Qin his umor ycarj in interseholastics as eoaeh and see ond baseman of the baseball team His interests arc not all in this line hovteyer tor he has von reknovtn as a student and as a loyal upholder of 1ll student actiuties Nleet Howie the gloom ehaser JANI HODQI Mlzlllll Ciollrtl Who is it who makes posters runs art com mittees, and yet is neycr obstreperous about it? V5'ho does lots of hard vxork makes good grades 1nd popular with eyeryonea You ye guessed r Its Hodge She seems to be able to turn her talents in 1ny direetion trom hockey to ehemistry But painting, 1nd eommereial art are icr g,oal We fully expeet to see l Ho e signed to something in the loux re XX hen we do uc will smile from the depths ol our obseurlty and say, Why I remember her when she adver tised Girls Club Dames CLARlBll HOLSTIIN Umzzruly o Chimera We re sure you knovs Clarlbel yyhosc ynaei ous personality makes her prtsenec so apparent She is always full of pep and has been an in terested and aetne athlete during, her four years here Claribel has participated in seyeral evra curricular actiuties outside of the athletic field and her presence has alvmys been a vleleome ad diuon to any seholastic or soexal gathering IOHN HOl,KlNS Urlnervly 0 Lbltdgll ohnny or Hoppy is another of these fellovts who does not talk much but whose aetions speak for him He is industrious in his studies :mel has had the courage to undertake four years of latin As to athleues one usually associates him with b1seball where his wxeipht is useful in hit ting., the old pill. Here is a fellow among a precious few who has given support to the teams throughout his attendance here. NORMAN HOWARD Umurszlg of Chicago Norm has partxcxpated m almost every field offered here during his course, and he has been successful ln every thlng that he has undertaken He led the lnghtuclght basketball team throubh 1 wery successful season and was a rtpullr on the soccer and blseblll te1ms for the last two years I-rom hls Ireshman year, Norm has been one of the class leaders, because of hrs smccrnty hrs co opcratrveness and hrs keen sense of humor, he has been one of the most popular members of the Lass he his made many friends mlnch ne thxng to be able to say for a ltllovu Norm contmuts as he has begun h I9 sure be 1 success II sshatucr he undertakes IAN IXIA HOWELLS S1lt1Yfl7lIIOYl Almost eseryone IH the school knows md hkes Beetle Merry cheerful and trrendly she llso an earnest and ambxtxous student coming., through her courses mth flymg colors She prlotcd the drshwashxng commrttce throubh xcry successful yur last yelr, and has been ot great assnstanet to the house committee chalr man thus yelr She has also been 1 valuable member of tht pubhc speakmg team for three wears Her flvornte haunts are the swlmmmg pool the hockey htld, and the chemistry labora tory Pl GGY HURI BUF Ulllllflltj 0 Cblldgfl Peggy IS th xt wery congenial person who rs the possessor of the well known giggle, and of Rosle Lthe renowned Fordl which IS at exert one s tom mand She IS one of those people who can newer say no Forecustmg, vue shall some day know her us 1 second Izdnx Ferber, for, another quahty which she possesses unknown most rs h lblllty WFIIL ln the l11Llntll'nQ. SITC llllkib ll5L of her powers Ill the composntlon of themnstry and French plptrs ulntlm are always most credit 1 e BARBARA IANIFS Ulllllfllfj 0 Cbnaqo Barbaras PILILIFL xs an addition to my Cor rtlator and we ure partrcularly proud to hast tus cleser and llllSUPl1lSIlClYCd gurl H1 the 3 Ldnuon B-lrblrl has meant a lot to us nn these last four ye1rs she has a marvelous dxsposxtxon toupled mth a perfectly dehcrous sense of humor and we can say that many a day these trants have been called upon to buoy us up and have re sponded nobly Barbaras scholastlc aetnxtles hate also been lboxe reproach, as she 19 one of those tortunatt lndnuduals who hast 1 n1tur1l aptxtude for study We wish Pnrbaras lllt to be the hlppxtst possnble and only hope vue mry hate :tt e share 1 X. .1 Page J.. fi!! JALJ 41 vs.. ..J Nga LOUISL JOHNSON Alllilltdll Colmrralurx ll Mum U High will be raisini, its tuition when 1t real17es what an illustrious person it has nourish for Looy cant help being, brett Its 1er personality her 1n1m1table sense of l1umor that snakes uery moment spent with her .1 succiss Of Lourse, she 15 President ofthe Art Club, an lrdent Biologist, and she has the entire school hypnotized bs l1er original posters Her most lm portant aeeomphshment 15 musie, and she is yery much interested in eontinumb an already yery promising, eareer 1t ll 1945 you hear of tl eoncerts of Louise eanhls , rexnember that you used to knovx her md NNt7l'lLlLI' at l1er multitudm ous 1b1l1t1es 1nd .1LLOI1lPllSlll'llLIllS QUIXTIN jonxsrom L11111111l1 of C 1111 ago u1nt1 is a more than xaluable n1en1btr f class of He has levy rivals for the is tinction of being U Hlbllb best '1thlete,ha11ng played on all ot the important inter seholastie an elass teams Nur 15 he 1 sloueh when it eomes to playing., the more serious paint that of studies Both l11s vsork and his play haye been taken seriously and as a result l1e has equally well accomplished uerx thing, in uhith he has p1rl1e1pateCl 1Hl1Il' IQURNNSCJYN l,11111r11f1 fCf11111tu ere me ha e L Highs foremost svum 1111115 star Phil 1s the remarkable lI1dlNldLl3l who e1n beat Mr Nlaroney svsimmins, undervsater in the pool and 15, besides, yery adept at any kind of syx1n1n11ng, as he ean defeat any other fellow uho has the ner1e to take him on This year, ll11l has been Editor 1n chief of the Daily Ixhaust Incl has afforded l'l1UCl1 enjoyment as yyell as a knovsledee to those 1na11y indniduals who read the Iuust but nexer the paper lh1l has es t1hl1shed a reputation of ehcerfulntss, whieh eombmed with his genial and friendly personality we feel sure will take him far NJARGIQRY KATZ C0lH1l'L'fltkIlf fjtlllftgl' XV1o is that girl with all the energy? My heavens shes tl1e personification of vim vigor, and vitality. Hom she can sell. just give her a chance and Marg will sell you anything from milk to subscriptions. How does she do it? W think that it is partly her good looks as she is noted for her CliC, and it must be ingenuity' which is so apparent and such a valu- a c ass't. By' IIC way' Mart, is an exce cnt dancer and l1as been a very' helpful and active member of the Settlement Committee. Her serv- ices will be sadly' missed next year. AL N K1 Hot Unzzerrii 0 C nugo usual anr a smeere dnsposlt n combmed a per? al smfle multltudln s jokes and I5 c s const1tutelAlecs ver hkable per sonant Alth gh he entered U Hugh as .1 Ssmor Alec lad been seen aron d htre prevxousls const ntl amide many frxends during has orc' s 9911: e ml ests hrs school splrnt by 1tttn np, at letxc tontv. If and soenl aifnrs and tln t ide uhed with tht lnttlt black tsmgcd hard ht brought along from Hlrvlrd TRUDI KI RN Wlllllxllll ami Mum lor an eK1mplt of wlnt the wtll drtssed young mln wall wtar thus suson look If Trudt Ht IS ont of the few Semor boys who darts to attend the performance of the Lhltago Clvnc Opera and actually enjoy lt tor vslnth we ewtend all due trtdxt Ht can ttll sou tht story and characters of nearly all tht operas and ns extremely terestmg to talk to bttaust of lns xersnfltd tertsts There ns no doubt thlt Trude holds the reputatxon of bemg the most studnous and dlgm better on 'account ot thus dliIlHLIl0n 'NANCY KlRl5Y Urmarwly rl Cbnugo Nancy IS one of those unusual xndluduals who can bc wery mdependent and progrtsslve wlthout bemg at all disagreeable about nt On the con trary shc I5 always eooptratlve and puts her oruglnll ldcas to work whenever any one dtmmds tea She hs a Ll ta o tlstt and mt opmlon on any subjtet ns alwxys worth knowing bttause of her rare senst of appreuatlon and knowledge of values Nancy supports school ac tlvltles partlcularly athletnts ns 1 good student and a very stimulating person whose frlendshlp 15 worth whlle HERBERT KIRCI-IHIlMI1R Umzerwty 0 Cblltl20 Herbie has a terrnble tlme trying to get people to spell has name correctly but he fortunately has a remarkable sense of humor wlneh prevents hmm from taking offense at suth trnfles He came to U Hugh thns year, and readily entered mto all athletic nctlvntles, lJCL0l'11lng a member of tht basketball and track squads Htrbne ns a most accommodating person who has been a cheerful addition to mam classes Cask his Llterature IV sectnonl X.. ffl wlv X-f x Page 55 , f I A A 5 d l 'f X ff A opii 41 f ' he A f lf'-i , X F , X ' 4- ' h ' if ' C , , , I, , I . - .v Q .. 1 1f1f'.T,- r l . . , 7 5 .. 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A, ,, t, , ' k ' A V fx, Y lf ' ' A fnglz ' F 1 F" jg .Z -Ik Page S6 .LLL TED KOLB Umzrrszfg of Cbnagfo Ted has been wry aetiye in the numerous fields open to all U Hibhers, and he has been enyied because of his ability to obtain consistently high grades with apparently little effort More often than not, he appears to be day dreaming but when called upon is alvx us ready with the torreet answer Ted has been an enthusiastic athlete benng, 1 particularly xaluable member of KIL triek and soteer squads Ile really ought o plates etc as :1 of necessary requisites Hl Il 'X IxRAUS Ari Imlllnlt A svic-et nature, a cute face and 1 keen brain when combined vull gnc you just a fragment 0 the attributes uhith make Hltn so vstll 1 e She is always willing, ti help anyone in any wit th-it she can Her xnid and effectne posters are a splendid illustration of both this trait and also her artistit talent yxhieh she is so interested in dexelopxng, In addition to all of this Helen is a truely brilliant scholar who shines particularly in lreneh IV llll 13 l NUI RXIAIX L mn: fly of Ffmuqu 1. dit n U lllphs mms popu ai 'nors As its president L rm the Bois Cum yerv effteiently and was ietntlx interested in tht Student Countil and its proytcts He is in season the scorinx., threat on the soccer held, a strong, player on the winning, li3,htvseight basketball team, and a baseball letlerman Besides this l o H ds time to play Q., If do a bit of e yaulting, for the school and attend H1Y almost exert fhursday ueniny, lrcddie also has claim to a sotiil reputation as he is a good conyersa tionalisr who will always sive the other fellow the beneht of the doubt, and an excellent dancer. SAM l.lfXVlS Luizerxity 0 Cbil'LIXO Here is an important part of U. Hig,lx s depart- ing, senior class, It would indeed be diflieult to find another whose cynical remarks are so greatly' appreciated yet who is well liked by everyone from the Boys Club President a cert ii famous hypnotist. Sammy' has taken an import- ant part in school affairs participating, as a mem- ber of various teams and in addition he managed this y'ear's soccer team. This enterprising, chap has had only' one chronic weakness: an uncon- trollable desire for Coca-Cola, which fortunately' he was able to overcome before the end of the year. EDITH NICCARTHY Uillllfflf-1 of Cbnugo Eddlc Cantor II more commonly knovsn 15 Deedne represents the height of good nature generosity, and jollyness Her car pulls 'mas from school of an afternoon wenbhed down bv several tons of human cargo and her mfectlous gxggle has enhvened many a class She possesses powers of ad getting whxch have been the savmfg of certam well known pubhcatlons around school Decdles lnterests range from blologx horses and sports to actlng and play producmg 1nd e1n she wrxte Betos Heres to one of the hnest U Hlf,llLfS vsesc eser known WOODBURY lNleC,ULLOItI Balm! Woody every one knows and remembexs from the far and dlsmnt past ns one of the most hkeable boys nn the elass He never has muem to say unless lll the eompany of Bishop then he ulks when glven an OPPOYIUIIIIS He his a keen sense of humor and a 3,ood dxsposntlon vshleh make nt possxble for hum to oserlook some ot the thmgs that are sand about h1s style of drnmg whneh we thmk to be qulte ekpert though a blt unlque Anyway we thlnk you would luke hum as every one here does TPIONIAS MCCQLLUNI Purdue At the begmnmg of the year Tom ren3,ned supreme ln the capaenty of makmg more nonse than any four boys for two g,1rls nn the entnre school However mueh to o r rehef he vsas forbndden to bring his motor eyele to sehool and consequently pelee and quiet were restored Aside from this outburst mn h1s lust year Tom has been known as one of the quletest boys aruund school thls eharacternstnc docs not denote m actnnty hovscver as Tom has entered Into seseral extra currxculum aetnntxes and has supported the teams ind the elubs having been partneularls ln tercsted ln and a xaluable member of tle I BIDLCFIHB Club HELEN NICDERWUT Umzeruls 0 Chnago Nheky IS 21 regular peach That ns the re1son for her popularlty 1nd the reason why she makes a success of exerythlnl., she undertakes She combnnes common sense with good looks and whether furmusly vnrmng seeretanal notes for the Cnrls Club or leaping vuldly down the hockey Held she IS always at ease for versatnhtx IS Honeys middle name One of Nllekys out standing assets IS her ablllty to make frlends and this IS due to her refln d Ind fascmatnnf., per sonahty which makes escry one say that Nlxeks ns one of the mecst girls ln the claSS ., . .. -9. - , s , V ! 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V. , I Y . 3 . , , . i -Q , . . - ' ' u vs V ' t 7 - fic ,af-N Page 5 8 HI Ll IN NlellNNlS BlI0lf Helen is ltnovsn by eyeryone to hate a great deal of eharm and tact tvso requisites vnhieh are sueh an asset to any girl She is quiet in large groups but ean upon occasion, be yery clever and eontribute much to exeryones comfort and enloyment Helen has been much interested athleties and has eome out in all seasons proung herself one of our most yersatile players She h1s ilsn supported boys athleties and sexeral elubs We reeommencl her as one of the nicest girls in sehool XX lLllAlNl NleKlYS'l RY Mnfugun my last fall was tle Gavsgia Flash alas Bill MeKinstry introdueed into our midst H tame here with a heaxy southern aecent a pleas ant personality and a good looking sister Bill partleipated in many of our aetnities and entered into the spirit of the sehool so that it was not long before he was accepted as one of the boys He has made many friends at U High during his soyourn, and his affable obliging manner haye made him a yaluable addition to our class U High tould use a lot more of these Georgia fel vts ya sux' XX ILIIAM MJAURY Unntruly at Cbnugo Bill is 1 rather quiet untssunnng xellou who takes his uork seriously and exen seems to enyoy Nlath IV Isle always appears to be yery much engaged and since his sophomore year when the pool in Sunny Gym was opened he has devoted much of his txme to the establishment of a regular school swimming team Bill was a mem ber of this years soccer team and earned his letter as full back He vas admitted to Hi Y as 1 junior l'ATRlLIA MaClVlANUS Miami Of eourse eyeryone knows Pat, the girl with the witty and sophisticated line Pat has establish ed a high scholastic record and has been interest ed in those activities connected with literature She did a great deal in keeping the Writer s Club together in her Junior year and as a Senior, has yery ably edited the Gargoyle Pat has the faculty of being able to keep her friends tn con stant gales of laughter and her clever stories have proved interesting to everyone. Because of her obvious literary talent we fully expect that she will have a career of which U. High will be proud. gf' JIMMIF MARKHANI Yue Inmmxe has been known for his aptitude for sports throughout hrs attendance here As proof of thls he was a malnstay on the soccer' team and a yery capable basketball and blseball player In has senior year he was athletic representatnve to the Student Counell and a member of' the Boys Club IIo1rd I'Ie has the reputltlon ef b me the best dancer nn sehool and IS famous for hlS really funny and orxelnal jokes he has the yery yaluable asset of bemg., able to laugh at other peoples humorous attempts All an ll nmnne IS 1 very 1g.,ree1ble person to hwe around JOSPPHINI MARLAIND XVIKLUHYIII Tae school halls would mdeed b rlther eoloress were xt not for thxs petite member ot the Semor ellss Although small m stmture oev eannot be lbl1Ol'Cd beeluse of her seholastne nbllnty and also on aecount of her artxstle aehxexements She IS always wxllmg to make attractne posters to advertnse club mectmy? publxeatuons or what ever needs publlelty and her eontrlbutlons are Indeed weleome adchtxons to the sehool In ad dntnon to her artlstxc md seholasue xehnevements oey has come out reg,ularly for after school athletlcs and has been m ardent supporter of numerous clubs I GRALI NIARSH -19.-Pam QJ'-A Sad to say, Graee has not spent mueh aer tame around school dlsappearmg as though by magic when the bell rings at 3 o She has eon Fmed her outsxde actnvntles to supporting, several elubs She I9 a cheerful soul who tlkes study me serxously and brlee bids falr to b quite mathematician as she has been an enthusnastle member of the Math IV class She ns well lnked and ns consldered a lot of fun by that pxrtleular group who have been fortunate enough to make her lequaxntance PLIZABI FH XII RRIANI Illinois When Betty eame to U Hugh ln her umor year nt dndnt take her long., to enter into the aetxutnes ot the sehool and proye herself an asset tv the elass and the Ul'l.,lHll.lIlOllS ln sshleh she beeame mterested She has been 1n effluent worker for the Mndway and ram or shine has supported athletics and clubs A versatnlc athlete herself Betty shlnes nn the swxmmxng tank and I9 noted for bLlHf, one of the best dnvers In sehool In her two years Betty has manu faetured or aequxred more of that tlnny, called sehool splrnt than manv people who have been here for four years She has Indeed been a vweleome addltnon to the elass and we vush her luek nn all of her undertakmgs ' X.. 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' , gf ,, ffjhillf' Page 6 0 ANN MILYER Uuntrufy Do you know the whom we just met rn hockey practuce' She of Clmaqo Clever Midway reporter the hall on her vuav to successfully demonstrates that a gurl can be vsell dressed and cute, and yet be mterested rn exery form of actwnty and stall excel 1n everything she undertakes She ns a brlllnant student, one of the most versatrle 1n the school, takmg a keen mterest ln varlous and numerous extra eurrxcular actrvrtnes, meludmg athletlcs Ann IS a member of numerous elubs and thus year was the successful ehalrman of the House Conmnwtee or the Girls Club LOI5 WONTGOMLRY lVmo11sn1 It would be lmposslble to lmagme the semor class wlthout LOIS, the energetlc young lady vshose leadershlp and pep have enabled her to fill the posltmon of Gxrls Club President so efhelentlx One IS apt to meet Lots anywhere 1n the Cor relator office fa member of the boardb t Phu Beta SILITIH meetmg fa member lll her junior year at a club meetlng, a Sl'lUI'lLl1 supporter of SCXEI'llD 1t a publlc speaklng meet :A brllllant spexkerj or on the athletlc Held She has been 1 prominent 1thlete, meldentally 'lbout the best 1 leader ln ClIl7t.l"lSl1l1 yyhneh all goes to prose that Lots as about as yersatnle as they make em Her yunnmg, and ynaexous personallty has made her popular mth eyery one, and vse prechct a sue eessful future for Loss vhereyer she goes hll:LBA NlOORMAN Umzrrwlx of Cbnago Melba or Ilttle Tum, as people 1ns1st upon Llllllu., her, 15 one of our best athletes She h1s 1 renowned reputation 1s all star basketball guard vslneh she vton IH her Sophomore year How eyer 1s1de from her athletrc mclmatlons Melba IS a yery attraetne person who always has a vutty comment to make on any subject Her maryelous personality and athletxc achnevements mark her as one of the outstanding Seniors NI LDA N1OORNlAN Ulllllfflfj of Clfmaqo Nelda 15 a QUICK self possessed person who com plctes the Moorman tvun i,0l'1llJll'IClIl0ll She IS the sort of an lfldlyldllill whom exery one lnkes to haxe around She has been an ardent follower of sexeral clubs and vshnle she has not parttelpated 111 athletxcs has been an enthuslastxc rooter for both boys and yrls athletxcs She IS seen most frequently lll company mth Vlarbne W1lby, both y.,1rls having, an evhteen day d1et and Saturday lmyemng Post complex I N 1 ' X 1 -f . 1 Q I f r ff 1 Y - 1 K , , '. iv X , ,, . 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RUTH NIOULTON S u an tbmorr She rs one hundred per cent eflicrent eaptarn of the publrc speakrng team whrch she has sup ported srnce her sub Freshman days talented ll'l vsrrtrng musrc and dravxrnr, orrgrnator ofthe French hfl3g37ll'lC an 1rdent screnee student and .1 member of Phu Betr Sn.,n1a 18 well as of several tzthletrc teams Ruths ambrtron rs to become 1 great brochemrst and rf she contrnues to lC.l'llLXl stccess after shc lerwcs U Hrgh she whale berng, one of rts most valuable md loyal supporters rt wrll surely be rcrlr7ed Whrt U Hrr,h needs rs more Ruth Moultons PAULINE MUIRHEAD Wherexer you find Polly you nearly rlwns find fun rf not fun some plan vxhrch wrll even tually assure you of 1 hood trrrrc Pollys frrnle ness humor and lllVlQ,0l'ilIll11, personalrty rrc the reasons for her popularrty whrch started rn the elementary days and has contrnued throughout her attendance here ln addrtron she has been rn ardent supporter of the Grrls Glee Club and our athletrc organrzrtrons If you vsant 1 good pal and a lot of fun find Polly and sour wrshcs vurll be granted RALPH NICHOLSON UIlIltVSlf1 of Chicago As one of the outstandrng members of thc senror class Ralph has gone through four years at U Hrgh wrth an excellent record Hrs vrrrous achrevements were crow ned by hrs electron to thc presrdency of the Student Councrl In .rthletrts he has been a steady and worth vshrle asset H made Phr Bere and Hr Y rn hrs Junror year and has been promrnent rn the actrvrty of many other clubs Excellence rn scholarshrp rs another of Ralphs characterrstrcs and hrs cheerful drsposr tron together wrth hrs unruffled clear hetrdcdness make hrm vxrthout questron one of thc most desrrableU Hrghcrs rn school WILI lANl NORBY Umrrrwly 0 Cblzago Durrng the past ye1r Brll has wound up successful attendance 1f U Hrgh as busrness man lger of the Vlrdway Hrs zrctrvrtres hate rncludcd besrdes hrs membershrp on the Mrdway Board membershrp rn several clubs 1929 30 srw Brll as the presrdent of the Stamp and Corn Club Outsrde of thrs field soccer baseball -and track clarmed hrs talented attentron As 1 schollr and crtrzen Brll has been f1r above reproach 1nd hc has rndeed been :r worthy member of the class 1' ug Uk 0- 44 s-.egg nK,g.L,,k 5-ke.. 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' -LT" I ' ,v ' r o 1' 1 "J 1 ' .L -4 igr- ' if 1 ' ' X Page 62 LEONARD OBRIEIN Umzzlslfy of Chicago Leonard has always been nn the limelight be c1ust ot hls looks danclng, and frxendlmess H IS noted for ins 2.bIllIlCS to have :L good time and keep the numerous frncndshlps vnhnch he has made here Is there anythmg more that can bc sand lor 1 felloss7 He has Lstabhshed a remark 1uc retord U H1511 and h1s made ma y friends who wll u.,rtt thu he ns one of the fmtst uvss 111 tht t md ont th-nt tht sehool t rllft Clblll 'lriorli to UNL mm s OISBNI bnllalxlfy Of Cbuaqo IS lll1l. N5 lllklfll, SUFIYISL Vlli, lnbl UIQUI1 um, d IIS I1 t s of t door fl"ll'I1LS Xllllllllg but good results when he btnds tml rtd htmd our vtork Consequtntlx he IS ont of the most brnlhmt studtnts nn tht cass e taust ol 1 uuk heart In has been prexenled from partntxpatnng., all athltu but he h s non mort than has share ot athletxc honors, has mg plaxtd unter on tht htau vtxght basketball team thus star Ht h1s bttn an tnthusxastnc sup porter of mam ntnxtxts IIILAISI 'Ili PI TZI L Umzuuly of Lbnuqa llllabtth xull be rtmtmbtrtd from elementarx Us as a grtat mlsthxtf maker Nom as a nbh 'llld nug.,htx sensor she has lost none of her cheer ful Splflf but has gained mn add1t1on, the name of a great bnolognst She has been one of Mr Pranks ardent followers, and IS an enthuslastxc member of tht Blology Club LILZIE IS a musician of note supportmg both the Glee and Muslc Clubs lntxdtntally her pet furles mclucle col lectml., antiques, fossxls, and old books Heres to you Lune, best luck to whatever you may h1pptn tu anuquate HFLFN PRICI Sarah Iaurrmz' Vefhat would the Gargoyle do vuthout Helen7 Her clexer vtrltmg and Uflflflllg efforts base gone a long may toward maklng that pubhcatlon a success Her vsavy blond hair and comely ap pcaranee vull newer sponl Helen because she seems to be entirely oblnnous of her attractncness Helens xersauhty has been demonstrated by her abnlmes of outstandmg, athlctxc accomphshmcnt, her splendid academic record, French being her favorite subject, and the success she has attained socially. RUTH RANPY Umzerszly o Cbnaqa Whlf ns one of the brggest llttle gmrls around school Her all around prohcxency ln school ac tlvxtles has placed her among the most popular gurls ln the class In order not to show partlallty to any one sport Wlnf has played on class and Imp teams of 1ll clescrlptlon By being., elected to Phu Bet! ln her umor year she proved that her talents are by no means confined to the ath letnc Held Among, other things Wlxxf has plenty of that mueh pubhcwed school splrxt Thxs demonstrnetl by her regular attendance and whole hearted support of all aetnutues JOSLPH RANSNII Il R Obulm On the athlctne field and Ill the eorrldors eyery one knows and hltes oey He ns one of the most constant and cheerful fellows m the school As an athlete he has been generously acelalmed but xt ns DOE only nn thus lme of sports that has prowess lles As a student he has made a most envnable record havlng become 1 Phr Beta nn has jumor year In addntlon to regular school work and athletlcs he has entered mto the extra curncular aetrvltnes to the extent of smgmg barltone nn the Glee Club, and worlung., on the 'Vlndvyay besndes supportmg several clubs Through five years at U Hugh joey has become one of the best lnked fellows ln the semor class DONALDSON RAWLINC S Umzcrwfy 0 CbllBg0 fwery U Hugh graduatnng class has nts selentxst and that posxtnon IS filled this year by Don If electrons were somethrng more than charges he would eat them for breakfast In addltlon to bemg one of the most serlous students ln school he IS an enthusiastic rooter and a capable athlete Hrs bashfulness has hindered him from partxcn patmy, nn eertaln actlvnues, but nevertheless he IS one of our Hnest fellows HORACI: RICHHILIMIR Unnzrvzly of Chicago Horaee deserted the class of 31 last year to vxsnt the wnlds of South America, and now the class of 3 ns fortunate to have hxm yom then' ranks He can usually be found m the chem rstry laboratory after school hours helpmg Mr Ambal In addxtlon to thxs, Horace has found trme to support many class teams Hrs cheerful personality has won hum many frxends and all who know hum value hrs frnendshxp Horace has a wudespread reputatnon for humor, and ns know n to be one of the best pun ters m school x l 7 Page 63 v-ef ,547 I pr 4 .v. ff""bJ ' x. 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Pugf 64 J FLIZABFTH RIDDLIL Unuuvfx of Cbuago llilabeth came to U High for the first time llis Near but she has lost no time in Q.,LfKll'l1, acquainted and has displayed an amount of sthnol spirit which puts some of the older members ot the sthool to shamc Despite the fact thit slit Comes in exery day from Buerly Hlls she his found time to come out for athlttics as 1 spt tator as vtell as a participant attend club meet ings and support the publications In addition slit has proxed herself to be an excelltnt student HI RMAN Rl IYVL Ol ll li UHllA7Xlf1 0 Cbnato If anything, has nu vxorried Herman vs do not know about it for he is alwaxs smiling, HL has entered into sexeral actiuties and has been .1 mainstay of practically all of the class teams Herman has a ten pleasing personality and always obliging Besides supporting., mins clubs and mana5,ing the adxertisml, dtpartmcnt ot the 1 rgoyle which hx the vin us no small tas Herman has made 1 host of iriends during., Ins x L Hig a d sure bt musstd ut yur DOROTHY ROOD Nozlbuirteru Is Dorothy Ro0d9 Heres I1 use of misnomu Shes anything, but rude Her affabihty tourtt ousness and rcal gennlity are outstandmi, Dot just cant help being, popular btausc l naturally so attractne There is no artlhcialitw whatsoever about her Her abilities art show n by the fact that she has made sexeral Pep and all star teams, and ranks high in scholarship It s easy to vsrite nice things about Dot bcmust nobody escr thinks of anything, else 4 PHILIP ROSlfNl5ACH Yvisvonxin Here is one of our soccer and track stars who may be found almost any day hurrying over t practice at three-thirty. A good student and -mthlere Phil has devoted a great deal of his time to other extra-curriculum activities and is one of the most obliging chaps in school. Always ready with a clever remark and a really funny 'o e Phils reputation ' ' e mf the finest ' school. ILJWARD SAQH5 Unuarvzly o Cbnuqo Id ns another one of those lndnlduals whose membershxp nn the class has been lnmxted to the short perxod of two years An aifable manner and keen wlt characterlze thxs boy who has be eome so well hked by every one wnth whom he has come m contact Ed has a ear complex and wc thunk that he knows more about hrs car fa Iordj than nts maker As an athlete hrs seruces hue been mueh appreclated on several el1ss teams and he has been 21 weleome addltxon to our elass because ot the eleser wlttnelsms whxeh he dehghts Ill m1kms, AI ANT SC,Hl.l'5lXIC l R Lllllllfilfy 0 Cfmugo Sexes l1'lS had 1 Innd ll'l lhnost everytnng., pertunlng., to sehool letnvntnes A an athete h Wlln ills L LYS SOLLLI' an trtli. sxdes golng out for the svummmg team two years m successnon He has had a reputatmn to lne up to when he entered U Hrgh because of hrs brother and that he has done and done vtell Hts efforts ln the Calee Club and lngllsh L1ter1 thelr members We feel lt neecssary to add that we once found htm lLlLl3ll5 xttendlng 1 Frnday afternoon danee JOHN SHALLPNBI RGPR Ufllllltlfj of Cbnugo ohnnxe em be assoenated with the gang How lrd Blshop Johnstone Sehlesmper and Werner of whxch he has been the snxtlx member from tame lmmemorlll Iohnnle has xlso found time to come out for athletics and has supported all aetnvxtles Although he would not buy a Nlld may thls year ohnme dnd not heme xt IH for all the publlcatnons and he was a Ythllllf attendant ll the Correlxtor othee IXI LYN SNIITH Cmhiou Smltty IS one of those fortunate people whom everyone hkes jolly pretty and good natured she IS a great addxtxon to any gathermg Her eleetxon to the oH1ce of Semor Representattve to the Student Councnl thus wear xs adequate eu denec of her abnhtv Ind popuhnty She does not hmlt herselt to thns howexer but comes out strongly for all athlettcs and other actlvltles as well and always makes 11 success of everythmt, she undertakes It xs a real pleasure to know Ivelyn and tortunately almost everyone has had thus pleasure i dl ,7 fl tl ww'- Page 65 MAJ Qivi I VU' - ' - . -- - ' - If . . 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HLLI IN SNOW Sarah Lauitmi I am sure you se noticed that stunning, look ing blond girl who always seems to be in a hurry to get somewhere and alu ays succeeds Hate you exer talked to her if so you will want to repeat that act as you will find her possessing a most eharming., accent and a yery unusual personality uhxeh has endeared her to the hearts of exery one during her tvno years here Helen came from the least in her junior year and immediately embarked upon a more than successful eareer She made the all star hoekey team both years and vias one ot the champion dners of the school A musielan of merit, she presided oyer the Music Llub this year and has ecrtainly cleserxed the distinction of being one of the most faseinating, and gracious girls in the Senior Class KAY STI I RI: Alllhlggdll t it is possible to name one person .1 e otheial instigator of sehool spirit vu. are sure that Ixay has filled this position She has been 'ietiyely interested in all phases of sehool life, especially athletics and this year, she has ehmaxed her efforts as Pep eaptain Herself an athlete of distinction, she has led her team throug,h one of its most successful seasons Aside from this ofheial ofhee, she has been the unofhcial but yery effeetiye initial girl cheer leader in this school and has contributed larg,ely to the success of our teams by her ability to instill sehool spirit in the student body Ixay has entered into elub aetnities and has established a high seholastie reeord all of whieh are eharaeterisues of her eonsistent effort and ambition, and which vie 1re sure will make hcr sueeetd later in life I LI ANOR STI IX Mill: College Elly has shown U Hig,h what an ideal Imp Captain should b Her sportmanship and ath letie ability particularly marked in the swim ming, pool haye made her something more than the figuratne leader of the Imps Not the least of her gifts is that contag.,iuus laugh which has the habit of breaking, out at all times. All in all lilly s' the type of person you want to know and keep on knowing, forever. We just hope shell remember us while she's breaking the record for swimming, the channel. JAINIES STEVENS Unirerxilj' of Chicago 'You say you want me to show you the Tar- bell Rope Mystery oter again? Sure thingl' The master of master magicians has never been known to refuse appeals for his exhibitions. There are many' people in the .chool who appreciate his performances, not only because of their corn- pleteness, but also on account of girnmies happy disposition. Ineidentally' gimmie has been voted the best tempered boy' in the Class r three years, and as secretary of the Senior Class and Ili-Y he has shown his ability' to carry out what- ever he starts most successfully: Vile are sorry to lose ims companionship after so many years, and we envy his future schoolmates. ELEANOR SULCER Dc Pauw Parlcz vous Francals7 Teenie does and Tout comme xl faut being the successful presl dent of thls years French Club whose style shows have been the best attended club meetmgs during the year Slnce the lntroductlon of the new lunch schedule the Gnrls Club does not rung, with Teemcs well played 1327 but then she lS just that much more appreciated when she competently does her share at regular tntertam ments However jazz IS just 1 sndelxne for Teenlc as she plays classlcal music wnth even more skull and IS plannmg a successtul future IH this field I STHFR Swl LT Dt Punw Ilsther has really a charmmg disposition but she ns so qunet and unassummg that she does not broadcast her talents to the world Nevertheless she has proved a real addntnon to the school lxfe and her sweet personalxty has won for her many worth while frxends A good athlete capable wnth a great deal of polse frnendlv and mtel lngent hsther as a person to whom everyone ns attracted and Inkes 1421 1 GRIFFITH TAYLOR UIIllFYSIfy of Chicago B111 who came to U Hngh from Sydney Aus tralna ns one of the best known persons around school He IS mentally Bxfted 1nd his mterests have been wxdespread Scnence ns hxs hobby and he has been a most enthusnastxc worker m thns field Because of his modest dignity and hrs Fme Intellectual qualxtles knowmg B111 has mdeed been a. pleasure for all U Hlghers JACK TRUMBULL Ulrlazgarz Should you wonder who 15 responsxble for the strnkmg art work m thls book jack Trumbull ns the one He has smgle handed performed all the tasks required of an art edntor ln a very tredxtable manner whxch ns mdeed an accom plnshment smce he was burdened also wnth Chem xstr a member of Phu Bete H1 Y and the basketball and baseball teams jack has made an enuable record Let us hope that such versa tnllty vull not go unrewarded m college XC.. Pugc cw' UN o 'P fx Q L va xyk Z 5 rf' '111 va M R 4.x.. 1 ,uf 1 LL Page 68 BARBARA NAIL Uul111x1l1 11 Cbnaqu It Nou ehante to oxerhear bursts of hilarious laughter, wou 11111 be sure that Bobbie 1s1n tl1 x1c1n1ts Tl IS tr1111 woung lady IS avsaws in 1 good humor and has the g,1ft of being at ease 111 ans SIKUIIUOII Slit has most elheiently and sue cesstullx exteuttd her duties as chairman of the Soeial eo111n11ttte, ineidentallx Bobbie IS largels responsible tor 1111111 tt1s and parties She IS an all around good sport 111d her plL'lSlI1g personal ity makes her 1 neleonit 1dd1t1on to 111s gather ing TIORI Nfl X ANlJl Rljl OI C1 111111111 orenet fOY'Illl1llLlN for U lilgl did io come here u11t1l her senior star Houutr uen in this year, she has 1n1dt mans friends and has entered into 1ln1ost ill pliists of sehool aetixi ties She has been .111 ILIIXL partieipant ot sex era cubs an made the School Pu ie Speaking Team She has 111 1nexl1austable supply of sehool spirit .1 r1re thing in these dns, and she IS alsxaxs willing., to do soinething vthieh will be helpful to someone As a result of these like able qualities Ilorentt has made 1111113 triends uring her shoit solourn htre CX1lll W XOC 'l Btlull is one ol lik lH'll,lI1l 111t11111.rs 11 t1e C 111 mth sueeteding xettr has ton ffl uted n1Ul"L I0 lllk X5Lll.lfL of Il1L 5klnlU0l AK one time or another ht h1s been setrttarx ot the tlass member ol the elass exeeutne eommittee, basketball n1.111.1g.,er, Assistant Business Nlanager of the Corrtlator, and ehict assistant of the class magician XXl1e11t1tr IIIX help IS needed around the athletic field or 111 the school building Ogden can be relied 011 for l1is smile his ideas, and 111oSt of all, his hearty cooperation. Good luck to you wherever you gn Ogden! AMORITA WEAKLX' l!IIi1't'V.K1fi1' 11 Chirago ' e 1air is Irish, the first name Spanish, 11c eo111binatit111 is gorgeous looking with melting 'es, 1d ' smi e. Then again to ee 1 jugg.,ling, acids i11 the chemistry laboratory, the theory of beautiful but dumb is thrown to KIC winds. She has but one grudge against life - people insist o11 calling her either Amo' 'Rita". She possesses a keen sense of humor, or is it I2lCI?l and can always be depended upon to laugh at other people's jokes. lll health has prevented her from taking part i11 extra-curri- cular activities. JOSEPH WEISSENBACH Purdue If you ever want to meet a cclebrrty or hear 1 good story, we refer you to oe, another of thxs years addntxon to the class of 3 Joe deendedly has a way about hum that has attracted many people and has proved very amusmg to has older frnends He IS a very talkatxve chap and con tributed a great deal to the tvselxe oeloek Ln IV class oes one weakness IS cars and last year one got the better of hum Qvsc thunk that thus was the first time that such a thnng evex happenedj So thus year he has been ehlraeter xled by a sllght lump and an eternal gran bl Qllifl WI Nlplel I a 1 lrom Sub lreshmm to Semor George his been one of the class leaders nn all actrvltxes laeh year he has donc more than hrs share to make successful all mdlvndual and group undertalungs and he has partlclpated m all athletxcs havmg won several major letters This year George terminated hrs efforts as Captain of the soeeer team an able member of the basketblll baseball and golf teams a wersatlle aetor of the Drama Club and a member of several class and sehool commlttees It rs needless to say more nn prarse of thrs mterestmg and able member of the class as hrs popularity among all groups ns sufflcrent eudenee of hrs worthmcss PHILIP WI RNLR Pnnlue' Phll IS one of the keenest fellows at U Hxgh On meetlng hxm you are at once lmpressed by hrs pleasmg personalxty and genuxne good fellow shxp When you get to know h1m better you realrze that your first nmpressnons were well founded and that he IS one of the best friends anyone can have Because of hrs rnvrgoratmg, personality Phrl 15 always outstandxng m every field he enters As an athlete, Phrl has won dns tlnctxon for hrs fine playing on both the basket ball floor and on the fairway Phll rs mdeed an mdnvxdual the Semor class can be glad to elzum PAULINE WHIPPLE Wells College Yes, the comely looking gurl oxer there eommg from a Glrls Club meetlng 1S Polly Whrpple She rs one of the most actlve and charmmg mem bers of the Senxor class Durmg her attendance here, she has estabhshed a brrlhant scholastne and athletxc record and has attamed great popularnty among the entxre student body She has mamfest ed her dramatnc talents and socral leadcrshlp by actmg as vxce presndent of the Drama and Gxrls Club respectively To hst all of Polly s attrrbutes would be impossible here, but We say of her at the termmatxon of thus year that she represents a truly :deal U Hngher Page S! -ef 69 ,-uf-f-f J fa? ff 1418.1 4, ,ef A SJ. Q hu Ptrge 7 0 hi 'XRGARI T WILEY Dr Pauze Marye will alvsays be remembered as the little 3,1rl with the marvelous disposition as she was rarely if eyer seen in any thing which resembled a bad humor During her tour years here, Margie has distinguished herself as a musician of hiblt calibre who helped to propel the Music Club through a yery successful year and was also a mainstay for the Cilee Club Her winning man ner and jolly disposition haye yyon her many friends and ve are sure they will help her make a slleeess of eyery thin, she undertakes l HOXIAS W II SON Umzuwty a Cbnaleo Iiom is one of those ehaps vxho makes exery one re3.,ret that he did not i,et here sooner during his one year here he has made many friends His tastes are remarkably widespread as he is a talented artist and an athlete of no mean ability Incidentally you want to hear him laugh before you leaye 19 he is one of those indnlduals vtho hate the ability to laugh at anything at any time With sueh a likable disposition he should indeed be suceessful and vue are sorry he could not proxe more of his abilities to us DOROIHX XXIXNII R UHIIAIXII1 11 Cblfllgfl Wliateyer will these stairs and eorridors the-sc lockers, study periods and eym elasses do with out Dot NVhercxer will they End another t rep,1le with eleyer quip and joyous mirth-een to the side splitting, stage? The darkest day the duest disaster haxe been completely forbotten when Dot and her vorthy OJ collaborator Kay hue started their nonsense The academies would sa This young woman shovss an outstanding facility in social contacts A goodly measure ot success has already been aehiesed and coupled with her marked mental ability she should indeed 3,0 ltr V1 RNA XXINTFRS Dr' lauu llus is the person vsho has captured more R s in math than any other two persons combined In fact, she is an all around excellent student, her abilities not being, connned to math alone 'lhough specializing, in mathematics she is also deeply interested in French and the prediction is that some day she will be writing books in French. Verna looks very quiet and serious but really possesses ITIOSI unlimited giggling facilities, and is great fun on a golf course or at a piano. IACK W ITKOXX SKX fularalln 515001 of Umm Here IS tl1:, author ot thlt hmous column, Spots of Sport 1nd mudenullx sports euxtor 0 tl1t Nlxdvx IW Almost cury pl11sc of sc1ool lm l11s ftlr some of ark s dLtLrn11111t1on during l11s tl1rtt xurs htrt ulxcthcr ll bt 111 1 kllSCUS5lOl1 1 1 Nlr Stunt IH M1tl1 X or 1 furry tcnms m1ttl1 lCk 115 Lontrlbuttd L, L t L l 1tl'1lct1Ls both by hls 1ers1t1lc mmmr of cdltmg l11s sports png. 'llld by hu p1rt1t1p1t1o11 111 sthool tt ms b1slxttb1ll 1nd xarlous tllss ttlms 1L NK IX 'N NPL YI SLLIIUII W1 QLYIIIII V H1155 IC Xt 1 1r 1 11111 tl1t Corrtlnor Olhtt ulurt ant 1 L ls Sw. lo Xt YL vs IURMER CLASSNIA 'N ll1Ly Blttus ohn Bcnnm Allcr Bradley Betty Copelm WIIFNIII Cotton Clflll COX XY lrrcn Dumltlxt mms llcld Wlllllm HlfSlll GCFllLllHC H111 lay lLOI1lI'd Horwlgh Htlnn tffruts Burn ood K1tLtl111111 Cnbrxtl I lrlxm Alltn llVVI'CI1LL XX1ll11m M1rsl1 To thtst fI'lLI1ClS 1nd LOUIPIHIODS of former wus, ITS M mon Mustr W1lter Monroe. 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' b llg . , -f . x' llg . l 2 P ."'2 ,-5 I HONORS I In rl Ph1 Beta S1gma I-II BI I' X SIGMA lb U Hugh s honor souttx md tmollmtnt 111 nts IlII1ltL,d mtmbtr sh1p IS Ill LIIVIIIJIL prlultgc Tht mtmbtrx mtludt tht OlltSIlI1LIlI'lg studtnts ln tht Iunnol md Stnlor Lllssti Clnchdltts lrt stlttttd by tht xtsptttnt Lllssts for thtn wcttlltnt sthollrshlp 1nd outstlndxng LIULLIISIHP It ls 1mposs1bIt for students to be 1cIm1ttcd by fiwor IS both the student 1nd thc LIIIILDSIIIP tht flculty records 1rt COIISICILILQI for SLIIOIIYSIIIP l'LLOI11I11Cl'1LI1IlOTl Tht hnll Inst thostn fxom rhtst txxo wotts 18 vottd upon by tht fxculty In rhls un wt nt surt thlt thost ldmmtttd Irv. rt1IIv vxorthx of tht honor This yur, thc Qysttm of votxng on tht L,1nd1d1tts w1s grtltly slmphficd and Lonsc qucntlx tht tltttlons Wtre more uturltt md fu slmpltr The SOQICCY w1shes to uctcnd ltf th1nI1s to Mr IOOYHIS for hxs htlpfulntss nn thus tonncttlon Page 75 O Q ' 5' 1 I ' '- A ' - -'1 1 . 1 - 1 ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 - - ' ' - , 1 AL 1 ' 1' 1 , ' 1 1 1 K- A - 1 1 F1 L ' 1 K- ' 1 A ' 1 ix I ' f ' x - A f 1' - x xx x' i V l 'I H' . Vx ' f ' 1 uh' faculty votes arc considered in the selection of each Cglnchdaltc. The students Vote on ' Q ' 1 K-1 - 1k 1 1 1 1.-Q' 1 1 A - I ya '- v f 'x t 1 f 'I 1 . I 1 l I' V Y i '- V11 1 1 ' 1 -- ' 1- 1. 1 ' ' 1 - Phi Beta President X ice President Secretary Robert Adair Margaret Badger Barbara Blocki Walter Cahill Edweard Cannon M lrjorie Dargan Thomas Devi ey Robert Ebert Sigma, Continued OFFICERS SENIOR MEMBERS ROBERT EBLRT XTARJORIII DARGAN RUTH RAINLX Louise Johnson Lois Montgomexy Ruth Moulton Ralph Nicholson Ruth Ranev oseph Ransmeiel lim Stew ens Czritlith Taylor Cynthia Grabo lek Trumbull Chlrles Heineman Iohn Beal lack Christian Ruth Ellmwood Elelnor Gr lham Henrw Lemon M Pauline XVh1pple 3 IUINIOR MEMBERS George Wemple Robert Lipsis Paul Luckhardt Helen Nussbau Thomas Staufier Philip Vogt Ranxmmer Cahill Graham Ranrx Grabo Bra Sl nf? H lnrman Alun Wlupplc Da gan Nfonlgomrrg Irmon 7111 1 ull Paqr 74 5 0 O 7. l ..,.... . , . ...,, ..,... ...,.. . . 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Y ' Q Awards T111 N1OI'11121W 1V1uda1 L 5 L. ll 1 llkxkmlbn 1 t lk xx l1l1'111'lL, 01 L X1UI1l1lXX x1LL1l1 ll IS 1111 lL111t11 t0 111 1tt1111u.1 01111 by Lxg 1111111 111 s0110111s111p n,1t1lL11 s 1 1111 1t1111111 proxxgss T111s 11111111 sum 1916 111s bun lXK1IL1LL1 to 111x U 1 15,11 box xx 110 SLlLLLSS1Ll11S 11x15 up t0 t11L qLll111'1L1f10l1S f01f t11c xv11111111g 01 t111s 11111111 11111 xxho IS 111 awry xx IV 1 des1r1b1o. 11111 OL1fSt1Ildll'l5 L111r1gtLr T111 thru xx IX Lontr1b11 T1115 xe1r t11g X1OI1l1lNK X1LL111 111s 0111 to QU1X TIN IOHNSTOX11 T111 MC1110r1 11 PULL 1 111111s1111 put t11x111 bv u.1t1111 01 t111 U lllgl studgnts III t11L W0111 XVII Lk to I11L Lst1b11s11111 nt 01 1 11111101111 1,I'l7L to L0111111L11101'1tL t11g 1111111011 01 IIDSL U H1g11c1'S xx 110 p11t1L1p1tLc1 III 1111 101111191 To t11L bnmor box or 1r1 xx 110 111i S110xx11 1 11SL11 to b 1 111 11011111111 01 s11011 1n 101101 ops t IS 11x11'1 1 1252 1x111m1 IS R X11'11 NIC 11101 SON IIIL1 110110111111 mL11t1011 ,ou I0 1018 NIONTC ON1 1 R1 Page 77 I . 1 111 I11' cxcs 0f 1110 U. 1113111 boys 111- 1'g11ust . 01" " ' t K 1 ' " ' K' ' 111' 1 A. 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Awards, Coutmued Tha ohn C,rcr11 Shop PIIILS N70 00 IS ux 1rd J to CILTI XXIINILI nn Xuan BRUL1' QT-H1I1X I R Tvlllllll ISABI I NIQRRISOIX uflllllll Ill INIDRIK IXLOBSON Iimmnlfvff 31411111111 I R XXR XX RIC HT Holm! lflff TTHIITI II 1 mm 11 Il rm iOX ULIJIXC U mm 'XI XX TUX I DXX XRDS II unafff Nuff II 1 L7 Tlltllt ROBI RT XXDI RSON Xl 1111141 1 mm 1 H411 nw fl XX Ill IAXI III NDI RSUN md IRANC IS Rl I N I 5 TI he SC1enLe Pr17e Tlu Suunu Dgputmcnt LILTI un' sglccts 1 SLIIIUI' who TJLQIUSL of l1lLIll lll SLILIIIITIL hgldg md SUPLIIOIIIY Ill ILTTILXLIHLIIY IS CTLSLINIIIE., of CTISIIDLUOII md m uds Thy Suuncn ll L Tlus xnu IUXVARU C XNNOX DCTTNAT USUN R XXXTINCS THOMAS ST UI I I R md C RIT I I FH TAX IUR Lumd ITNS LOININLIILTIIIUII Ilf 11111. ' ,- ' 'f Al A v r -vv 3 'K V A V .I, Sf jvf 1 4' ,X ' 'f lfl,T V CL .T S- 'C' 'V H f- uf'fA1' iff I'Tl':'.xf7IIII . ' 'I' If 'L!71L' 4 T ,IOSIQPII CANNON. PAUI. CQANNOX. X1lClH,'Xlil. DAVIS. QXLMUN MJXNSOTX Suf - 'mmflzzzflfz flu :mf JA vi. iff' V Hg 78 Awards, Coutmued Thr Gtorgt Lott Trophy nt ymrs ISO Gtor L lott fll'l10L19 ttnn1slu1111r111'X 1I1dtUlIULI U PIISIILI CIOIIIILL 1 tup to b IHFILIIHX tr1,r1xtd 111th tht I1lI'I1L,S ot tht two b1sI1ttb1ll lttttrmu1 11110 11101111 XXIII 1 lvlslvttblll hu IIIIOXXIIIS tonttsl Tlmt IUIIOIA ltttulntn 111 blsl ttbl lfk pmui off md tht suruxors of III tl1m1n1t1o11 tonttst l11vt thtlr IIIINLS tngl lvtd on t 111 tup To tht tum of NORNIAX HOXX XRD md RUSSI Il UI LL ,ou that IIOIIOI ths XLII' The Bllck Roberts Trophs Txxo trltk SIIFS of formtr 1t1r1 Rox Blltlx md Rmkm Rolvuts trtlttd ln us ard tr o to tht mt111bt1 of tht sthool t1 11.11 tum who 1h1ll hut tontrlbuttd most to tht s ttus md Nxtlflrt of the trltl st son IL xx11111t1 tus V ll IS Vw A la R C A PIQA fl O l Ni l lf' " R I gf' . N' 1 . 1. 1 ' ' 1 1' 1 I ' " . lj' 'N . 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Q ii IEX 1 i fm- -gs E!-Elgis lg' 4 Ls un a E, Ee" 4- vsraf-'Ei' ff- ,,..-...i gf ' Z Z Q ,,--S A r ' 4?-i' !!l f ' i .- SS . ,, . " AJ h 1 L. - . ' A " ri-?'T.fii4 V' ' Tj i-IN V gf'--'r"" .:.'3'f:'a ' ""-3'-:1:?.Ls. f'I-774 " 13 5 Z eLfD1RuRuLL4m'n'4DxR Student Counc1l N lcbolson HEN one mentnons the Student Councnl at the Umversrt Hn h School, one Y 3 means a councxl of the students The councll at thxs school IS an excellent example of democratxc expresslon Thls body comes 1n Contact wlth practically every person 1n the school, enther dlrectly or through the varlous representatlves, and 1tS declsxons rest wlth the students themselves, who act throu h therr re resentatlves S P The Councll confers w1th the faculty and acts as a medlum between that body and the students as a whole, and suggests and devnses ways ln whnch the school could be xmproved It sponsors a number of act1v1t1es durmg the year and IS an enthusnastnc backer of all the efforts of other orgamzatlons There are seventeen members on the Student Councll, each one representmg some phase of school llfe The un1t thus formed ns dlvlded 1nto commlttees, each of whlch has deflnlte dutles The Soclal Commlttee, under the leadershlp of Loxs Montgomery and Walter Cahnll supervxses the afternoon dances and any other act1v1t1es The Commlttee on School Government, headed by Robert Ebert and Fred Lauerman, attends to the techmcal aspects of the orgamzatnon and affalrs of the school m general ane Coolldge and James Markham are the co chalrmen of the Athletic Committee, and have been actlve 1n furthermg the schools athletlcs A commxttee on Clubs and Publlcatlons has sought to a1d those actxvltnes durmg the year Sam Halr was the chalrman of th1s committee Durmg the year, the Student Councll has endeavored to promote and 1ncrease the sp1r1t m the student body by concentratmg 1ts efforts on each of 1ts undertaklngs ln order that a greater degree of success could be attamed The Book Falr held earlv m December, the Chnstmas Party, and the annual Carnlval were all planned wlth that ldea ln mmd X Page 81 X . . -,-Wh, -Y,-, Y L 44 -Q-Q--W ,vv---WY-wvhg--WV A X S T S f XV A ' S' S , ' 5' '- L' Gy J x, s -" . rw' s W -. t- Ly' Nr 5 1' ol, Y L' ' , X- x ' J ' ' J :Y 9' . ,,- - 1 -wx S x ' P .' 'J 45' A v -V S , 4 'W . I" , l C' -A ' N4 y X ' , f 4 , Q7 v' Y 4 Y , v -. V x 7 es , s '-,. 7 1 , . . . . , . . 9 . The Student Counell The U Hlgh student councll IS ,1 p1oneer m the Held of student government As 1ts n1me xmplles, lt 19 the leglslatlve and executlve department of the schools student government system Membershlp on the touncll IS exceedmgly yaluable s1nce xt IS an asset 1n all forms of executlve work Since xts 0I'g"llllZ21U0l1 xt h1s pexformed brnl lmntly all dutles lmolved, and xts career h1s alvn lys been char1eter17ed by the utmost m efhclencyf, servlte and hlgh endemvor Let us hope that sueh 1 reputltlon, guned only by lnrd xy ork and supermox le1dersh1p, may nuer be nmpmed 9 M- wg Bea Lauer man Smzlb Headley Cahill Hair Adv Gfllbllm M071i60IIIl ry N11 bolson Foolnlgr Amlrrsou Page 82 O . . Y . x . . V . Y . . . ' s 4 Y a s A l ' ' .. 'L ' . . ' . . . . i L 1 K 1 7 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 . . ' ' ' S ' . . .. A. V,r4w!xf?,jg.l 31 :pw-, W . hyat .tn , e . S 1 - - y ' - rr I ' ' 1 - I The Student C0uue1I, Coutmuecl Prulclent Pxuxnlult I I'LSlLlLllf PFCSILILIIE Presldent Prcslnlent Pruslclent Presmlent Preslclent PLRSONINHM OI COUNCIL Boys Club IS C IU Phl Iietl Slgllll G A A Semor Cllss Iumor Cllss Sophomore Class Sub Ircsllmln Cllss Represent IUX L Represent ltne RCPFCSLIIIIIIXC Represent IKM L Repxesentxtlm Rupl went ltn L Represent IEIX e Publleltnons Athlgtles SLHIOI Cliss umor C Iwss RXIIH Nlulolsox Ixulvu ols XIONICUXIIRX Rom! I'ISI 1:1 Ixxl CCJOIIIDKI XI IIR Cum cnx Bl KI LII xwok Hoamm H nu T s Goumsum Sui Hxm uns INIARIXHINT EWLYN SMITH EII xmou GRAIIXNI Sophomore Class Ncmxi xv IXNIJI ksox I rulxm IH C Tss XX Il IIXXI Am Sub I'1Lshm1r1 Clmss DQROTHY GTI LI TT luqcS3 . . f L' I I f I 'I' ' . . , . . . f ,' . .' .' ' '." - of s' 1 . . . . IIRI ll ,T ' . AN 3 -TT' - of Gil' llLI I, ' . A ' ' - of ' . Ag . QTT 1 A " V ' of . . . . ., , A . .L , ua . ,, f - of f ' ' ,... , .,,. W, 5 .L ' of L ' '. Q . , J: f A . 'T of - ' ,, ., F.-1,3 . 3 President of Freshman Class , ...., NfX'I'AI-IE NORGRIZN .. ' of -I J g g,. . C f 'i . of ., . AL. 5' A ',. A T " of 1 ' ' '. I , .. . A .' I ofj ' I.: . .nf . ,. 1 ."'off ' ' .,. .' 2, ,T f '-'- ."-of7' . 'ly' i , Boys Club I nur 1 mall HE Boys Club IS 'III orglmzatxon of xxhleh uerx box becomes a member upon Ins entrlnee mto sehool The mun purpose of the elub ms to promote 1 spult of good fellovx slnp lmong the boxs of mll Cllsses Slnee the old elub house xx IS torn dovsn the ILIIVIYILS of the Club l1lXe been eultuled but 1 werx hud worlemg md slneexe board hlve lessened the lI'1L0llYLl'IleI'lLL9 of the Iel11p0I"l.I'X house, the old gym, 1nd 1 great The pool tables haxe been xxell used und Il'lClC haxe been many contests 1nd .1 great deal of good natured fun The boys 1re much 1ndebted to Mr Gough for h1s kmd cooperatlon Some of the more lmportant soenl exents have mcluded the Fathers and Sons Binquet 1n the fwll the two dances, one IU the tlll ind the other ln the sprlng 1nd the Txaele Basketlmll bxnquet 1n the sprung Thls yen, the Club plrtlexplted xn the relief drues 1nd eneoulaged ull of the bow tc partlelplte 111 sehool letlxntnes The bond xxlshes to express lts xppleelxtlon to 111 of those bow xx ho elld eoopex xte md to the flLI.llfX ldxnsens Page 84 7 ' ' e' . . ' 1 y- ' - 1 V. ' . . 1 1 ' -1 1 v 11 vw - 'K 1 Ls' "1 1 t-1 11 - -Q'1, A 7141 L- -' L 1' -1-1 - deal of spirit has been aroused this year. A . 4 , . ,L s - n kv '- v1- - , 'C , 1 ' 1'. 'V , 1 . 1 , Y. Boy s Club, Contmued BOYS CLUB BOARD Prcsldent VICC President Treasurer QFRID LAULRMAN Nfl-RRILL JOHNS SAM HAIR Siem-11: Lvuls Wbzfiz mon D4 u c y W1 r mm: Coulson Mr Frank Markham Ilmrnmn Vogl Mr Vml Absent Hair obuv Page 8 5 , 0 .. rv r "lm, -9 m, , Y 5 li 5 ' , Secretary ........,......... ...... ,...... ,,., P H 1 LIP VOGT ' . .1 ' , ' : ' , I , Gtrls Club Monfgomery OU haxe heard of the magle spttnhc that does all thmgs for txeryone Wfe contend that after countless years of ttstmg and serxxce that the Umx erslty Hugh School Gnrls Club vtry nclrly dtstrxes that one hundred per cent rltmg If you xxcrt .1 freshman gurl at U Hugh, unlxnoxx n, l1l1fZ1l11llllI' 1nt1c1p1t1ng and yet 1 bxt dlsmayed, you xxould xx elcomt as the most frlendly gestures the lnttle notxce that xou had a Blg Sxster xx ho xxould set you through the lntrxcacxes of the nexy sltuatnon lrlendhness among xts members and ex ery glrl ln student body belongs, rs the clnef tnxe club room, xxhneh IS xlwlys open IS especnlly gay xvxth musnc and chatter at the lunch hour and after school Lvery glrl chooses one of the four comnnttets to work on, the Socnl the House, the SLIVILC, or the Settlement All of these groups have mterestlng worth whlle projects md provlde ample opportumty for dcvelopmg each 1ndlVlCllJ3l s lattnt abllntles Thxs yen, help has been glven m the spttnl emergency rehef work of the COn1mul1lty The Club Board IS elected by student xott and 15 thoroughly democratnc and repre sentatnve Under IIS guxdance rn my enjoy able socxal affeurs are g1x en, the Faculty Tea the Alumnae Tea, four Mother and Daughter Teas, one for each class, the Semor Mother and Daughter Luncheon 1 Stunt P11 ty, and the annual dance, xxhxch IS mdeed a gala occasxon Th1S year xxe have been fortunlte ll1 l11Nll1U an energetic, eH1c1ent Board, xxho, backed by ever loyal M1ss Smlthles, haxt cxrned out 1 successful year's program Page R6 ' 7 . K vf V . t ' x S 1-' fi K ' - s V v . , - x- ' 1' ' Y ' , ' . , . v vs 1 . -A t ' 8 . ' - v ' 'Q u l ' V t ' K r , . I . . . i k V -V K. . 7 . . purpose of the club, and We feel it is gloriously achieved. The comfortable and attrac- .Y 7 . . L l , . 7 . . K K 3 ' r v . f ' v - ' t - . . g , . . . . . g . . . t V U . Vx 2 A. - 4 V m . Glrl s Club, Coutmued Presldgnt GIRLS CLUB BOARD Vue Prusndcnt Secrcmry Cha1rm1n Chaxrm ln Chalrm ln Chzurm ln of Socxal Commnttef. of House Commnttcc of Scttlumcnt Committee of Servnce Commlttee Lois NIONTGOINIERY PAULINL WHIPPLF MARY JANE COOLIDGE BARBARA VAIL ANNE MEYER DOROTHY WINTER LoUxsE FRIEDBERG Dargan Frzedbe rg Mfg er Vail Blorkz Whipple Montgomery Coolnlqe Graham Page 87 Art Club HE deslre of the Art Club IS to further 1nterest ln the XHFIOUS phases of applled art Most of the meetmgs of the past year hue gxven the members opportumtles for expressmg the1r ovxn talent, as the club was Hrst orgamzed for students who enjoyed domg creatxve work It IS open to sophomore, jumor, 1nd sen1or boys and gurls There 15 no l1mxtat1on on the number of members but they are YIOHS of the work they do outslde of the art classes and club, at each meetmg Mrs Lee very kmdly acted as faculty advxser The Work of the club was carr1ed out by the Program, the Advertxsmg, and the Contrnbutxons Commxttees The support and lnterest shown thxs year have not been all that mnght be desxred and we hope very much that next year there wlll be greater cooperatxon among the students m comnng out to the club so that mt vull be able to carry out xts arms to 1 fuller extent ART CLUB Page 88 If . . . , V . johnson expected to have a real interest in art and to present contribu- . . . 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Biology Club HE Biology Club was founded llst year the skeleton of the old Scnence Club being used as the foundation Probably the most important reason for this was the fact that the members were too near to nature to desire anything that wasn t biological Along with the change in name c1me the new constitution and a new restricted system of membership wherein applicants for membership are considered by the executive committee The club is an active one and always has a number of interesting programs which are in charge of some prominent speaker who is mterested in the field ot science Mr Cannon of the programs were reserved for the expression of local talent and discussion of current scientific topics The third type of program consists of field trips which have been conducted with the and of our faculty advisor Mr Frank Three annual affairs of the club are the Terrapin Derby, in which any turtle may be entered the Nature exhibit at the Book Fair and the Zoo at the Carnival , rm l BIOLOGY CLUB Page 89 Heller, Professor Cole, and Dr. Downing head the list of this year's celebrities. i Some Drama Club HE Drama club offers an outlet for all those students aspxr mb to a dramltlc career as 1t affords an opportun1ty for ex eryone mterested rn actrng play productlon and urmng to ex ress the1r talents Ebert P Our mam object 15 to produce one act plays to whxch the members of the club and a hmrted outslde audlence are mvlted Mr Thomas has been an mvaluable ard to the members m the capaclty of faculty advrser as he has materlally aided them 1n the selectxon of plays and characters and xn the productlon of the plays In addltxon to producmg plays a play wrntlng contest IS sponsored each year and 15 open to the entire student body The three best plays vsrltten are produced at the annual Play Fest and the author of the wmmng play IS awarded a cup DRAMA CLUB Page 90 ' L ,. 9 9 V 3 V . . . . . . 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Engmeermg Club I-IE Engmeermg Club IS undoubtedly one of U Hxgh s most constructlve clubs as all of 1ts members are lnterested 1n the development and improvement of modern machinery and 1ndus try The mam purpose of the club IS to famnllarlze the members wrth mechanical and scnentnfic progress Studies of the varrous phases of engmeermg are undertaken during the year so that boys interested m all fields may be gxven a chance to learn of Lemon the progress of modern mventron and research which affects thexr partncular field of interest Speakers promment m the world of sclence and engnneermg are secured to lecture to the members and on Saturdays there are field trnps to the various lmportant industrial mllls R R Donnelly and Sons the printers varlous museums the power stations and the Admmlstratlon Bulldmg of the World s Farr In all of these undertakings Mr Smith has been very helpful and we feel that we owe much of our success to hnm ENGINEERING CLUB Page 91 '-'fo .ew- 'N . . :s on I Y' .P-I , ..:-' . 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Q i French Club HE French Club was organlzed to promote the general mter est m the study of French It affords the opportumty for those mterested rn French to practxce the1r knowledge of speak mg outsxde of the classroom as the ent1re meetmgs are conducted ln French The programs mclude mterestmg and 1nstruct1ve lectures by Mr Puel of the Internauonal Theatre and, Mr Sulc-U Bovee of the Faculty an exchange of plays with Hyde Park H1gh and the annual style show Meetmgs are held on the average of once every two months under the very able dlrectxon of MISS Norman the faculty advxser to whom a greater part of the success of the club IS due because of her cooperatlveness and vullmgness to help the members Membershlp IS llmnted to those who are takmg French as they are the ones whom the club alms to assnst m the mastery and comprehension of the French language FRENCH CLUB Page 92 T 7 I . - 3 x 7 ! . V.. U Know Clucago Club WO years ago thls club was known as the Hlstory Geog raphy Club and mcluded wnthm 1ts scope a study of current events throughout the world Reallzmg that 1t would be more advantageous to the students to teach them somethmg about then' own cxty the board of dnrectors locallzed the a1m of the club to mclude only nmportant places and facts about the cnty The club 15 sponsored by Mxss Foster who supervlses the Held trlps to mdustrlal and c1v1c bunldmgs and holds dlscussxons concermng hlstorncal and current events about the c1ty Thus year the membershlp was composed mostly of Sophomores 1nd JLll"ll0lS but nt IS hoped that next year a more dnversxfled group w1ll attend the very worth whnle meetmgs H zrscb KNOW CHICAGO CLUB Page 93 0 4 Ill , - - 3 J , , 5 ls . . . b - . . l Mathemaucs Club LTHOUGH If ns comparatnelj nevs the Mathematlcs Club had a xerj suceessful year It was orgamzed 1n the latter part of the school year 1930 31 by the students who were especlally mterested 1n Mathematlcs Exerj student from sub freshmen to semors IS ehglble for membershlp as the club alms to mterest IIS members m all branches of Mathematlcs glvmg each person so mchned opportunlty to follow any specnahzed d1VlSl0Il he so desnres Throughout the year there has been a good attendance at all of the meetlngs all of the classes bemg well represented Badger The purpose of the club IS to develop a greater mterest an and secure a better under standmg nn the general subject of Mathematlcs than can be obtamed 1n regular class work The club purposes to show the mterestmg aspects of Mathematxcs to those students who are earnest m the pursunt of the subject Mr Hawkms the faculty adv1ser of the club and the officers succeeded m preparmg a sernes of 1nterestmg programs for the year Sexeral professors from the Umversnty proper came over to lecture Professor Slaught opened the first meetmg by speaklng on the subject How Man Learned to Count The remamder of the meetmgs were ln charge of mdxvxdual students who reported on subjects related to Mathematncs of vshnch they had made a special study MATHEMATICS CLUB il Page 94 . 0 V Y Y, L V Y ' Y l . l Y - 3 D 7 V - . .. , y s y an 1 . 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MOVIE Club HE Movxe Club has been 1n exrstence for the last five years and durmg thns pernod has been one of the most popular under class clubs The purpose of the Club has been to arouse ln mtellcctual mtercst ln movles and consequently the programs have been arranged wnth thus :um ln mmd Durmg the past club Mr Herbert Rawlmson a well known stage star told the members of the mysterxes of trlck photography A contest was conducted under the ausplces of the club In addxtnon sev eral field trlps have been charted to the well known movxe houses of the VICIHIEY Miss Campbell has acted as the faculty advnser and her help has been very valuable to the members MOVIE CLUB Page 91 year, Mr. Dahm, a member of the WGN staff, addressed the Hqgterlik if vwffw Mus1c Club N 1951 the Muslc Club passed xts tenth anmversary, and m celebratlon of a decade of servlce to U H1gh IH stnmulatmg an mtrest 1n thmgs muslcal, 1ts members trxed to make the Snow season a memorable one The opemng event was a repet1t1on of a prevxous success, the personal appearance of Frankle Masters, who presented to a large and appreclatxve audxence a program of songs and a talk characternsuc of a modern movxe palace at nts best Later club meet lngs mcluded vlslts 1nto the mysterlous reglons behnnd the scenes of the Cnxc Opera House, and further concerts for the enjoyment of the school It goes wnthout saymg that but for Mr Vaal, the faculty adslser, there would be no Vlusnc Club, and th1s years members have tried to be helpful to h1m ln hxs work of stlmulatmg muslc at U Hugh MUSIC CLUB Page 96 A : I ,lit xgvlifp T-,V Eiga ' V.. 0 s . . . y. 7 . . , . . . . 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Pen and Pamt Club HE Pen 1nd Pannt Club IS for underclassmen who are mter ested ln art Thxs was the second year for the club and 1ts membershxp numbers about twenty five The purpose of the club IS to arouse an 1nterest nn the develop ment of 1rt1st1c t1lent ln the underclassmen and also to create an apprecnatlon for good art At each meetlng the members are exther allowed to draw whatever they choose or a program IS arranged that will be helpful m further artlstnc lttempts Mrs Lee the flculty ldvnser has been very helpful and ns more than partnally responsnble for the success of the club Tobin PEN AND PAINT CLUB Page 97 Pubhc Speakmg YOTHER record w1s broken by thrs year s Publrc Speakrng Term for not only w1s the ye 1r 19 a yyhole successful, but the meet yyrth fnsgleyy ood wh1el1 rs usullly one of the hardest of tl1e ye1r yy 19 yy on by the sgrutest msrjorrty' ever recorded by N4 H111 The U Hrqhers sent to lngleyy ood efrptured the first hye hrehest ranlsrnsgs, ind those 1t U Hrvh recerved five out of L Wi the hrst seyen pl1ees "' The eontest yyrth Senn was also yy on by 1 good mirgrn, ind Il'l"lf vyrth P1rl1e1 yy as lost by' only one MUHIMH pomt, plrtly due to U1 UllfOl'fUI'llfL mrsunderstsmdrng Pubhe spe1l11ne, rs one of the most lmportint retryrtres of the sehool, for rt wffords the grrls therr sole clnnce to eompete yyrth outsrde schools llld IS the only ground besrdes the Held of ithletrcs upon yy hrch U Hrgh meets other sehools It rs open to 111 el1sses from sub freshmen up, 'md so rs yery representatrye of the school The experrenee yyhreh rt sffords gryes the members porse, self confidence, the srbrhtyf to express themselyes to tl1e qr1test 1dv1nt1ge, llid 1 knowledge of current eyents ll'lLl pol1t1e1l hrstory puts tl1em rn eont1et yyrth other sehools 1nd prepues forty mrnutes to prepue on 'any topre from 1 lrst of tyyenty Besrdes the tryouts and three meets there rs 1lso 1 Ireshmm Sophomore deb1te ll1Cl Ill mnull thelter p1rty 1fter the SLISOD rs oyer The te U11 strrted out thus yen yyrth 1 m1n1n1um of old members 1nd suHered the loss of oseph Hmson lllel Helen Nussbrum, tyyo outstrndrmg members before the SLISOII h1d brrely stlrted Thrs neeessrtlted tl1e trnnrng of m1ny members yyho Ind had lrttle experrenee, but thrs rlyy I11'lfCl'lll turned out surprrsmgly yyell The success of the team yyls l1rgely due to the ethereney of Nlr Hrll the adyrsor, and to 1 nevy method of drrll pr1et1ce, led by N11 Greene, 'und 1n.1ugur1ted by the eaptarn, Ruth Nloulton, yy ho l11s completed her htth sueeessrye yelr yyrth the te1m The folloyyrng people reeery ed mrjor U s IS 1 result of hugh ly erages Ruth Moulton Lors Montgomery Marguet Bulger Nhlton lngel Thomas Suuffer, Robert Ebert, Rsrlph Nrcholson 0 0 , , , ' , 9 ' ' 1 1 e 1 , ' 1 'Q Q. ' 1 f ' 1 1 A- '- 1 r . A , . . . 1 1 -L V rl 5 r 1 1 -1' 1 A ' -' - 1 r. ' . 1 - 't " 2 ' ' '. ' ? YL v 7 T L 0 I ' b 'g AH A' 1 - 11 A s1A .U 1 1k 1 v r 7 Q 1 . e e Y. e Vx. V V X I . e A U . Y 1 1 1 x A' - 1 V ' 1 1 f ' 1 ' ' r 1 1 'I - 1 . I ' ". ' Q -1 . . an ' 1 A ' tl1em for college debntrng, The contests are extempornneous, the speakers havrng 7 . h i 1 ' I Y I' 1 l 71 v' 1 Q 7 . ' ' ., " I . 1 I" 1 - ' 1 ' A L L A 1 ' 4 1' . 7 -1' N - L Y K .L I Q . . I Y Y . if Yi I' V 1 J T 'li ' Y 1 I - ' 1 l 'I K Y 1 y 1 ' E 1 x- - A ' 'x-" yi 1 7- 3 . A . I , - . lx' - 1 'I - 3'- ' ' ' ' ' " L at . K . K . . ' ' ', L " L ', 1 L , . 2 A l'1rg1'98 Publrc Speakmg, Contmued E gh- Siaufrr G llblf H zon S 1 lg r Vorq cn Moulioz Ifbr' f N1 hal on Personnel of the Publlc Spealcmg Team Ruth Moulton fCapm1nj Alivrnutcs Lors Montgomery Vlctor Grdwntz Robert Ebert Mllton Engel Ralph Nncholson Margaret Badger Herbert Salinger Florence V1nderploeg Thomas Stauffer Natahe Norgren Pug: 9 9 U I O I1 in " : ar s ai! L' l K r 1 ' r 'c 5 . . . Purple Mask Club EIN ORDER that the members of the three lou er classes mnght enjoy the benefits of the study of drama and the productlon of pl1ys thus club was orgamzed Although only recently founded thrs orgnnrzauon has smce become 1 successful and popular part plays durmg the year The club ns probably one of the most flourlshlng around U H1gh and a xaluable one too as lt develops not only talent but polse 1nd bearmg among the unclerclassmen PURPLE MASK CLUB Page 100 Y . . V A l Q ' R I I A I , . . . . I of the school club curriculum. The members participate in and help to produce several .V . . I V . . . 7 . V I . . 1 s y ' b Stamp Club A BETTERMENT of knowledge of phllately and numls matlcs IS the alm of the St1mp and Com Club Stamp Collectmg which ns a well patronnzed mternmtlonal hobby IS not only fascmatmg but also very pmctlcal By contflct wlrh lc1ders of the Stamp 1nd com world these amateur collectors h1ve recexved a falr knowledge of the postal and monetary systems and of the pohtxcal geography of the world Much t1me IS devoted to dlscussnon of the latest developments m the Helds of stamp and com collectmg thus brmgmg the members knowledge up to date Of all the programs of the club the stamp auctxons are the most thoroughly enjoyed These auctnons are conducted m the real way Stamps smgly or m groups C1210 ra are offered and the blddmg IS often very splrlted especnally 1n the case of a much coveted stamp Real prnzes are often obtamed for practxcally nothmg as members go1ng home wlth fifty cent stamps obtamed for a mckel wlll testlfy Besldes the auctlons the stamp club arranges talks by authorltxes m the numlsmatlc world and sponsors exhibits of rare and mterestmg stamp collectnons Rlchard Zensler acted as vxce presndent of che club and Thomas McCollum as secre tary Mr O Rourke was the very able advnser STAMP CLUB Page 101 . . a 1 x , . . t 2 l 1 - 4 S . . . 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V l Wr1ters Club HE Creatrve Wrrtnng Club 15 one of the newest clubs 1t the U Hrgh It wus orgamzed last ye1r mn response to I1 desnrt on the Dalt of undexelassmen for gurdancc and st1mul1t1on H1 erentne vs rntms, funderclassmen are not eligible to member shrp ln the Wrlters Club Smce the club was orgfamzed late m the Com yelr, 1ts actnltles durmg rts 1n1t1al year vu ere dexoted largely to organlzatxon Durlng the present ye1r Clgllf meetmgs have been held Srnce It ns not the purpose of the club to sponsor 1 serres of popular lectures by well knovxn wrrters, promment speakers were secured for only two meetmgs The :um of the club ls, rather, to stnnulate mterest m CFCIIIXC wrxtmg, to aiford opportumty for pr1ct1ce ln the art, to glVC to underellssmen sympathetnc crltrtxsm md help ln thenr cre1t1ve work, and to tram members of the Club 1n evaualtmg their ovsn work It IS hoped, too that the actnltxes of the club w1ll serxe to 1mprove the Enghsh expressxon of 1ts members 1n Mzller The members of the club and especmlly nts othters are grateful to Mr Anderson, thc ficulty aduscr, for hrs partxcnpatlon and counsel durmg the year OI I ICERS OP THE CLUB Plllldlllf SUI MIILLR Vue Pftiltllllf MAIKIOIKII Ewuxc Slllffdfj Trmsznn Bnxclr HAM11 TON "'Y' WRITERS CLUB Page 102 O . 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A 1 gi. it - r 'C 9 5 H1 Y Club NY Thu1sd1y umm- lbout 6 U0 lt om l'llpPCI1L,Ll to by lrouml School, om would su soma bowtgroue mllcs silly fortll 1:10111 the gym or 1tl1lLt1L hdd mal bolrcl Some much oxcr Lrovx dbd mrs If om, mrs. fmt Ll10LlQll lu Illlgllf follow lll0SL mrs to thu Y M C A lllllltllllg xxbug lu mould su rhl ITlLl11bK,lS plrnlw of 1 clmmr lu tmn llSfLD to 111 Il'lfLIL9Ill'1U Il lx OI xmu gg m 1 lultu usgu mum: clurms thu kllSt,llSSl0I1 pLI'lOLl Thy H1 Y Club, xxluub 1111 flst buomu 1 tx lC.lltlO!1 bus dom. muglm Cajun b ups ut lml Llllnl lmwuu Thu.. ug two clutnons of nux mumburs L1 1 ytll om m NllI'L.ll md m QILLUOI1 ln Wly ux numbers lre tllxcn from thy Iumor md Symor Lllsses, Amd both rhl mformll md formll 1mt11t1ons the llttur bung conneclud rhg mon nmpussxu lmtlltlon of thy subool up flu OllfSIlT1LllllQ uunti of rln mu An old gustom, tblt of 4C s XVQLR xx IS lbollslmul tlns tum, Incl m plug thy fglloxxs Lontubutul to 1 monthly luml lor flu support of tlu Rly Subools Plrunt Tuulurs XSSOLIIUOII, xxbulx supplles luncbus to needy Cbllcll n Duung the yur rhg clubs PUIPOSL V15 mgompllsbcd by 1 naw system of klugtmq mcmbcrs XVlfl'l tlu rpsult tlnt 1 rmord mgmbgrslnp wms ruglncl, dug to tlu LO opu ltxon of nhl fulloxxs If uurx m1.ctmg, md llst but not lust tlm QLIILIOLIS lulp from M1 bbw, tlu Y M C, A ulusgr fol tlm Llub, md Nlr Irxxm, tllr. Ilgulty AdX1SC1 Puql 105 O f --1 111 ,. .' , . , ,. - 1 111 1 ' 1 . . , - ' ' 1 1 1-1 1 f -11 1 1 1-- . .-1 . ' 1 Wil. , .' 11, .-ilu ..,11., , . . cgi., ,L Q . M , ,, 1 1- ,Cl .,- 1 , 1 , . .1-' ,. N11 , 1 1 Y' 1 . 1, I -, x ', . ' ' K 1, 1 1' - 1 1 1 ' -1-. 1, ' ' '. 1 X- J .-1 x -. ' 111 1 -1, - K, 1 K 1 1 1 .y- - , 1 1 111-' 1 1 1- 1 , 1- , ,,' ,v ,,. 1 1 , -- 1- ' , . 1., ,1, 1 , . - 3.1 , N ,. , , . l 1 1 y i 1 1-, . , W . K . . y .... . , HifY Club, Continued OLD MEMBERS President i ,..,.. , ,..,..,...... , . . .VVALTER CAHILL Vice-President ...,,...., . . , , . . . . . .,.... , . . SAM HAIR Secretary . . . . . ,.,, , . , . . , ,.,. . . jim STEVENS Treasurer . , , . . ...... . , . . , . . , Tom IDliV'EY George NY'emple Norman Howard Hiram Lewis Randolph Benn james Markham Robert Adair james Olson NEW MEMBERS Sr 111015 Edwnd Cannon Ted Kolb john Coulson William Mcliinistry Richird Eastman William Norby Arthur Hansen Joseph Ransmeier Charles Heineman Donaldson Rawlings umtin Johnstone ohn Shallenbcrger Philip Ioranson Ogden Vogt Philip W trncr union Riehlrd Adair ames Handy Iohn Beal Robert Shallenbergcr jack Christian 'Vlilton Tryon Philip Vogt ll Kolb Cf-nlvr Rou Coulson Iolmsionv Vogt Ransnznrv' Sballnzbergrr Hzmard W7z'rm'r Mafklmm Ioransm Slmllenbmgar Drueg Bottom R014 Trumbull Adulr Lewis Olson Cahill Irum Bran I-Icmemau Norbj Page 104 ' V Q ' i J . - f I ' '- '- 1 y J- i 1 Back Row: Chrislian, Tryon, Nicholson, M4'Kinxfry, Iiasiman, Rawlings, Cannon, Beal, Hamly, Slerefis, - V: v ' Q , . : 1 ' 1 n 1 1 I I 1 A l' '5 ' 1 I 1 i x - 1 I 1 ' 'I 1 v . , ,. Boys Glee Club HIS famous organlzatxon IS composed of about thlrty five boys who convene on Monday mghts to devote their efforts to vo1ce culture Thrs IS one of the most congemal groups 1n the school and the smgmg part of the meetmgs ns often only 1 formahty The brggest event of the year 1S the Mmscrel Show sponsored by the Boys Glee Club whlch IS an enjoyable undertakmg due to the success of the first one held last year Bemg 1 young orgamzatlon the Boys Glee Club has ample room for development Durmg nts brlef career however the members have gamed consxderable experxence from thelr pubhc appearances BOYS GLEE CLUB Page IOS T L A . - . - 1 I 4 . . . . , ' 3 , 4 . . , , . 4 , . ' s 1 9 Glrls Glee Club HE Gnrls Glen Club IS tomposed of tvscntx gnls whose XOILLS haw b en tramed by Mr Vanl of the mus1e department and dnrtctor of the club The gnoup meets club among them an assembly program and 21 parents program Th1s group offers an unusual opportumty for almost any U Hlgh gnl to bteome plohcnent 1n XOICC dexelopment md lpprecntxon of smgmg GIRLS GLEE CLUB Page 106 ' 7 - . 3 l s 1 ' 1 once a week for pracuce. 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' . 5 ' 1 "111c L0 " 1 - ' 1' .111 A 1 l"' ' 11 1..1L1 111' ux11c1'1c11cc Lf L11c bU.11'1 .1180 1111L1 .1 Hair Sfevens The Correlator HE purpose of thus book rs, 15 the name lITlpllCS, to correlate or assemble the out standlng events and happenmgs of the school year rn a permanent form Each sprlng at the end of the school yeu 'rppears the Correlator, to be bought by a majorxty of the students ust ten years 'ago the Correlator became an all school publ1cat1on, and many more people v1 ere thereby brought mto contract xuth IIS productlon Ex ery actnlty m the school FCCCIXGS 1ts slnre of spxcc IH the mnuwl records Art work IS usuilly done by an 1rt1st or 1rt1sts lppoxnttd by the Edxtor Cxedxt thls ye1r should go to Jack Trumbull, who smgle lnnded perfox med 111 the requned tasks of 'art work m an extremely eihcncnt m1nner MLklllHlC1l excellence vs as tht prlme COllSldCI'2ltlOll of thls xurys board, consequentlx tht lxyout lns txpcrnenccd 11d1c1l chfmges ln CClt'llI1 plmces, contrary to tutwn cstlbllshed customs Page 108 l ' I . v 1 1 v 1 r - v Y 1 1 . r 1 . 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 -- . 1 1 - 1 1 1 t . 1 1-. -- 1 v 1 1 . 1 1 v-1. 1 - Y 1 .V . 1' 1 1 -I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .,. . 1 1 1 . .. T e Correlator Board Blossat Coulxon Dell Trumbull Vogt Wllkousky Dubbs Montgomery Page 109 The M1dWay Gargoyle MM MCtlJy f f Y Dcwry Norby r mms C ar The M1dWHY he M1dway U Hlghs weekly organ of current events IS a paper ent1rely by and for the students The a1m of the ed1tor1al staff IS to pubhsh for the U H1gh students accurate weekly accounts of events 1n wh1ch they are most lnterested, to support school projects and furnxsh the students w1th mformatxon about future events The paper 18 run ent1rely by a staff of students selected by try out, and 3dV1SCd by Mr Barnard Bes1des the regular rout1ne news the M1dway contams several specral features The Gargoyle th1s year was forced by unfavorable financnal c1rcumstances to jom forces wxth the M1dway It IS to be regretted that th1s was necessary smce both have excellent OPPOFIUHIIICS for 1ndependent development The Gargoyle HE Gargoyle IS a publ1cat1on by of and for the wrlters of the U Hxgh student body The purpose of th1s publ1cat1on IS to provxde a means of express1on for our local hterary talents All students may contr1bute any Oflglnal wrxtmgs and those selected by the board as most Worthy are publlshed The more techmcal tra1n1ng of ed1t1ng and Hnancmg a publ1cat1on IS most useful exper1ence to members of the board Th1s year because of the d1fHculty of a school as small as U Hlgh flnancmg two pubhcatxons the Gargoyle and the M1dway merged However the personallty of both publ1cat1ons rema1ned unchanged M1ss Campbell a member of the Enghsh Department has ably performed the dutles of faculty adv1ser Bemg a Wr1ter of note herself she has been the finest k1nd of a help and 1nsp1rat1on to both the members of the board and to the contr1butors The Gargoyle 1n reachxng IIS goal thls year feels that a great part of IIS success 1S due to MISS Campbell s st1mulat1on Ex? 4 En gl: Cbrninm Vu bolson Si :nfl r B4 un Norby RI! uolltr Lxpsls Ko b D rrqan ML Cartlay johnson Dewey Gardner Merriam Miller Sleele Page 111 o . . , . . Q ' s , . 4 , - . . r , - . 1 ' 3 1 . a s 1 - . 5 1 . r . . . . , . ' t , 4 . , 1 s 4 . , . . 5 . . , . . l . W3,.1Wi5lr, A 4, A flzaffvm- 1' ' ' ' - ' , 4 ' . 1 ' 1 ' ' Z I 1 K ' . ' The Ghost HE Ghost is the most spectacular of all the U High pubhcations Published only m times of extreme Crlses, it furnishes a lllCd1UI'I'1 for the raising of school spirit to a high pitch to meet some unusual situation The Ghost has w'xlked thr1ce this year, ippmrmce be for athletic contest or subscription drne It has alvs 155 serxed its purpose md let us hope that in future ye1rs this sheet will not be suppressed Sfewns Lewis N01 by Vogt Cahill Coulson Page 112 and each time it has caused mixed interest, excitement, and merriment, whether its L A A I . . . .Y ' Vs V Y , . I . Y. 1 I The Dally Exhaust N ORDER that one may use the mme for readmg the paper m the mornmg for sleepmg the Dally Exhaust was maugurated by exhausted semors Now one may mstc1d read the paper when m Study 'md supposed to be at work Whlt a blcssmg' Long lne the Danly Exhaust' BOARD OF EDITORS Phnlnp Joranson Ted Kolb Walter Cahlll Bobby Shallenbcrger Ixolb, Cahill, Ioranson, Sballenbcrger Page 113 0 1 y ' y . . . 1 . K . 1 M 21111011 11111 B111 1 11 X N K 1 LL XIXI N011 K 1 1 K 1 1 Nw K H11 ll L X NN N X I1 ll 11 111 1 '- 1 A ' ik C C 1.11111 11112 1111- 11 1111 1 111111 11111' 11,11111c1's .1111 1. 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'c11'1g .1 ng. j1 1111 ATHLETICS ff ff-"' JF? 51, I , , ff 1, X ,f r A x X X A Mummy Sharp Waller I-hgh Athletles HE. athlttlt currntulum of U I-hgh xx IS rttently greatly uded and stunultttd by tht gift of Sunny Gymnaslum SIFICC the new gym hls been 111 use, wry mlrlxtd changes have lppelrtd 1n the attrtudc and Splflt of the sehool tow 1rd athletlts Etth person seems to take 1 new mterest 1n physncal development Sports, formerly mdulged nn by the amb1t1ous few, enjoy a new popul1r1ty These changes may be attrlbuttd dnreetly to the greltly mereased gymnasnum facxlntnes suddenly placed at our dlsposal Let us not lbuse these prrvllegts Qfor prnvxleges they really artj, mstead let us be rhmk ful for our newly aequlred benefits With tht new gym Came at l1st sufhcnent athletlt. f1c1l1t1cs so that mtramurals could be developed to the desxred extent Interscholastle sports too, were naturally gxven grelt lmpetus The purpose of mtr1mur1l sports at U High IS flrst, to glVC those boy not on a school squad an opportumty to part1c1p1te rn sports, setond to provnde competntlon for the Sub Freshmen, Freshmen and Sophomores who are rirely on school squads so that they mly enjoy and develop skull rn the VlI'l0LlS sports, and thnrd to promott eompctntnon m many dual sports for both team members and mtrwmurll squads nn order to cre1te an mterest that mll carry over mto adult lnfe Page IIS 1 ..- ., , O 0 . ,. . ,, ,- . ,, t s I 7 4- m t L s A. 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Nun Billi' XMI . ury CEORGL WEMPLE C ajvhun Page118 NX alker DeWv.x W hutcmorc Shalltnberbtr Norby Hou ard Plwnusler Maroney oranaon Hanr Hansen Hartman Kolb I astman Selllesmbcr Tryon Ransmclcr Lcwns l1u1rn1 nn C rlnll Hou lrd Xlarklxam NN unplc ohnsmnt Olson NMI aurs klLl'l0l9Ol'l Soccer Award George Wcmple Captam Sam Lewls, Manager Sam Hcur Rob Hartman James Olson Wxlllam McLaury Arthur Hansen James Markham Joseph Ransmener Mllton Tryon IHHCTS Robert Ebert Fred Lauerman Norm Howard Qumtm Johnstone Walter Cahill Ralph Nxcholson Ted Kolb Allen Schlesmger Phlhp Joranson Donald Howard Lemon, Jacobson, Vogt, Beal, Christian, Nelson, Hogan, NWitkowskL Zeisler, Lester V v ' 'fv I A x - ' " 1 '1 ' y l v .l. , ,5 ."'.', U , . . . 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'R' ILU RASKRTRALYL JOE RANSNIEIER Cllpfdill i . r - Vogf Mrlxmctry H1 rkv Iruls Hopfcms Slmllmlzrf qu hllllllfllflff Maronm A lair Markham Trumlrull Olvon Ran nu mr Wrzlzplr Dr' I4 un AWARD WINNERS Mayo: Lzflcrs Minor Lvlfms Adrur R Bceks E Dell R MCKmstry XV Eastman R Knrchhcnmer H Lcwns H Markham Olson Ransmcxcr Shallenbcrger Trumbull J Vogt O QMgrj Pagz' 122 Basketball l' ,211 Y l ,J- . A ,J- , J- Basketball Season ALUMNI C XNIE The het tl11t George lott e1111e bleli to pl1y 111 tl1e llLll11I1l QIITTL. pxoxed to be e11s IOLIS 101 U 1, T1e eneounter xx IS xe1x elose 71 11 11111 1lIl1OL1gl1 ll11l'5lT1L1k1 Dell mel XxL111I7lL pllxeel stell11 l11sletl11ll tl1e expelleneeel llLl1111'll qumtet oVe1e1111e tl1e111 md the s,,1111e xx IS lost PARKER GANIF 1el lx 1 ne x s en e 01 1 1e 118 o e SIITL xx 11.11 U H1l1Sl1OC1l1ll Ll1e lexd by txxo pomts klOXVL.NL,l tl1e 1 lllxtl b1s11etee1s beam to s111l1 1 lx111LlS of s1ots the result belng flllf tl1e box 1n gleen xx011 -1 15 1Rll1S1'l1LlL1' mel 1exx1s of U H11,l1 p 1xee1 xe1y ood 0111105 but to 110 IX 11l IIRST HAMMOND GAN11 T11 l1e1xxxxe1gl1ts xx1tl1 1 e1ee1e1ee1 l1el1 of b1Sl1etb1ll l11r111o11y ehopped t11e 111st 5,1111L to H1111111ond H1L,h 19 to 10 The 1,1111e 1lCl10Llgl1 r1tl'1er err1t1e 1n pllees xx IS it lent xerv flst 1nd exe1t1ng The seore xx IS qu1te elose but 1t the end of the g1n1e I'IlI'DlT101'ld axe 1 l1ttlc spurt 1nd U Hlgll Could not rct1111te 1n t1111e to ehlnge the outeome to 1 U Hlsll x1etory 11R5T 1J11hR111'11J GAN11 Deerheld presented .1 f1st Shlfty el1n of bwketeers xx ho from tl1e st1rt showed thclr super1or1tv to the U Hxgh qumtet In the seeond qu1rter U Hlgh glrnered ten pomts xuthout much trouble but llthough they tned the seormg 1tt1ek could not be kept up 1fter Deerhelds elexer lone defense stlrted to el1e11 Vfemple Dell md Olson eolleeteel most of U I-11gl1s 18 pomts but they xxere not 9l1lT1L.lk,I1t 1g,1111St Deer hees 51 FIRST THORNTON I-RALTIONAL GAMh Thornton l:r1et1on1l llXX1SS 1 t11re1t presented 1 fmt sl11fty troup of b1sl1eteers for 1nspeet1on They proxed to be xxorthy of 1 lllgll gflde md e0nx1neee1 U Hlgll of the t1et by trou11e1111, the lltter 30 19 Russ Dell of U H1511 XVIS lllgll pomt 111111 of tl'1e eneounter 1nd Ioev R111S111e1er s srellmr gLl'lI'L1lI1L. l1ele1 tl1e seorc down Pxge123 Y . 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', 1 I k K t .. , 1' , 11 1 - - 1 , y A 1 Q 1 t t ' I ,L K K . , . l Basketball Season, Connnuetl IIRST IXANIXAKI E GANH Tlmt tntounttl If Kanl11l1tt prox ed to bt ths1strous fox the U Hlgll qumttt The boxs 1:10111 the Mltlwiy pl.1xttl txtellent b1sl1ttb'1ll 111 spots but tht flSICl mort txper1 tntttl Klnlvtl tt te1m xxon 10 14 The xmsltlng, 5u1rtls IKUISITICICI mtl Vvtmplt pl1xetl hnt b1sl ttb1ll but 1 tletltlttl l1tl1 of co optl muon rtsultttl m 1 xlttoxx fox tht Kml llxLL outht IIRST Bl OOM CLXXH I xtlx so ofttn 1 tt1m t1lls m such 1 stutlt thtt If sttms 1s thous,,h txe1x shot ots mto tht b1sl1tt Thus 19 tht stutlt xx lnth Bloom l'l'1'l1I1fl1I1Ld throu,l1out the entut QIITIL md xx tte so busx plhn up 51 pomts th1t U Hlgh httl xerx httlt tm1e to tollttt 6 lNLlIlN all tht U Hugh squltl stxx 1tt1on mtl m mx of tl1t spots Ill tl1t IH t x IL xtlx txtltm HRST THORNIOX CJAMI Tht optnmt, tntounter xxxth Thornton shoxx td 1 muth xmplox ttl U l-hgh qumttt tl1tm hm Olson 1lso pl1xetl tn extellent time Hoxxtxtx dut to fouls rI1l'1O1I1l'0l'l tol ttt pomts 11t1 x xt to mmx 101 1 1s Sl C UND liANlMOlXD C AMI Tht ntxt tntounttr xxxth ll1mmontl hom nh U Ihth xltxxpomt pxox ttl to bt no b lttl tl11n tl1t lust for U H1 h x 1 btlttn 21 8 Tht tune xx IS tlttldedlx dull ind tllshx b1slietb1ll xx IS tntntlx tbstnt 4oxx tx Ll thtrt xx txt 1 fexx lone, shots madt xx hlth selxttl to enhxen mterest IIRST BLUI ISI AIND GAME Afttx Lemt, put out of tl1t Sues Tou1n1mt11t Blut lsl1nd C1mt to U Hlgll xxlth L1 lot of txpeuentt md 1 f1st Ll x qumttt U Hlbll outplixed thtn1 for 1lmost txxo qu1rters but xxere unmble to http tht flst put and thopped the glmt 21 12 CJCOIQL Vxfemplt s stellu 3,u1rtl1ng xx IS tht hlgh helm of tht 3511110 P1gfI24 Q 5 N ' 1' ' 2 1 2 1 1 - 1- 1 YL 1 11 s 1 ' K - . ', ' 1 - K . . 1 .',1 1 Lx .1 K i. , 1 A ., 1 .1 , 1 " 1 '. 1-' . ' f - . ' ' 71 J, . "1 '71 ', 1' h x 1.111 Q , Q N- I 1 N ' ' E-Q ' xt X . 1 'IT A., A x Q il ' xx 5 T . 11 1 f . i K 'B . .L .K 1 K .4 I , ', L. 1. I :Y -1, J: x, , v1- - 1 ' ' U A f ' - 1 - ' 1 ' s 11 . . a . . K . I . Y ' . 1 ' v - 1 I . . 1. 1 '1'.'. ' . K A t. '1 1 1. '. 1531? VC' 'i 1 I I 7 3 ' '. V3 - ' ' 1 xx I - I H1 l.exx'1s and Russ Dell played very well and m11n.1getl to p1le up 14 pomts between 1 I ' K pf A 1 L If- ,A l 11 11- 1 - - - 1 . l 1 lee 'l 32 ., xx'l 'l ve" tm . 1' ' U. l-l gllj 20. . Y , 1 1 7 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I . - C . '., 1 1 - x . 11 1 e " 1 ' 1 . ' x'.s -1 ' - . ' in ' , 1 45 1 gp- 1 lg 1, , .,k 1 1 . ,, , : ' : ' I ' . 1' x ' .Kr 1 vi ikytv - 1 1 , - L K C 1 D 'Lv r' ' ' ' " L 1 3' " cv ' V 1 -0 ' 1 -' v 5 L, r - L -11 1 xx. .11 K - ky: 1 - ' ' -X1 1 , . . . J 1' ' 1 ' ' Y Y 1 '1 . 1 Basketball Season, Contmued SECOND THORNTON PRACTIONAL GAME The qu1l1ty of U Highs playmg steadlly nmproved and 1t the start of the glme when Russ Dell dropped ln three blskets the glme looked r1ther one sided However Tractnonxl s forwlrds stlrted lmprovmg and then soon plled up a lead llthough until the last qutrter when the game wls lost 23 ll the encounter wus very elosc SECOND BLUE ISI AND GAME Agam U Hlgh took m easy leld but ag un lf was to be to no avaxl Blue Island won 23 13 The Hrst hllf was very thrnllmg md the glme was extremely exentmg throughout FTSE and elose guzrdmg marked the game Dell of U Hugh and Chrns tnmson of Blue Isllnd shared the seormg honors wlth HVL, pomts apxeee SECOND KANKAKEE GANIE U I-Ixgh was decndedly off form nn the second encounter wlrh Kankakee Try as thes mxght they could only collect 7 pomts whxle handmg out 44 Tammen of Ivanklkec rm wxld making 16 pomts whlle hls running mlte Betourne took ln 15 SECOND BLOOM GAME The seore although stlll 1n favor of Bloom decreased very much ln thls game 1n eomparlson w1th the first Although the encounter ended 28 8 IC was marked by some fine pl1y1ng 1nd showed the lmprovement of the U H1gh team SECOND THORNTON GAME Thornton stlll presented .1 xunnmg team as flr as U Hlgh was eoncerned rnkmg the second g1me to the tune of 25 9 Klem of Thornton wls the hlgh pomt man wh1le Lexus md Ransmener of U Hlgh plzyed very well for U Hlgh SECOND DEERFIELD GAME DCCff1ClLl and U Hlgh thns t1me played wlnt mly be consldered 1 freak glme Shots xx hnch ordmtrnly went nn were missed and the game 1lthough very snlppnly pllyed was tlken by the norths1ders 12 4 jxm Olson IE center for U Hugh pl lyed an excel lent glme slnklng m three of U Hlghs pomts 1nd If the slme txme stlrrmg defenswely Page125 O . . , . . . . . . . . , Y , . . . , , . 1 , ' 7. 4 - . , 4 . , I . . 1 . 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Page 126 N og Inu rman Hogan Hlrtman Hou 1rd Xugt Mnronu I 'lllLl'I11'Il1 Home wan l xx 1rd Ivhmtnnc B1 hop Basketball Award Wrnuers Arltllfll Sherwood Blshop Norm Howard Donald Howard QUIHIIF lolmstone Fred Lauerman Phlllp Werner Charle Hememan Robert Hartnrm AXVARD XVININERS M mor Emery Falr Lughtweught Basketball Season Purst H1n1mond Cnme The U H1gh Lughtweughts opened the se1son un fine shape by defe1tun5 the H1111 mond team on theur own floor by a 16 to 5 score F1st passung 1nd close guardung on the part of the U Hugh team m1y be saud to be the cause of thc vuctory Fred I1uerm1n was h1gh po1nt m1n w1th three field goxls 1nd 1 free throw Tl1e seore If the hllf xx IS 10 to 0 Furst P lrker Gume In tl1e second L,ll'l1C of the se1sou1 uxhueh VNIS the first to be pllyed on the home floor the U Hugh ponues went down un defelt by 1 seore of 29 to ll lt w1s 1 f st g1me 1nd the U Hugh te1m showed plenty of Hghr 111 the w1y to the end but they were unuble to sunk enough of theur shots At no tume durung the game w1s the P1rker ICIIT1 IH dmger of defelt The laurst Deerfield Glune After 1 long rude to Deerfleld tl1e llf,l1CS dropped theur seeond g 11e of tl1e seuson bx the slum n11rg1n of two pounts the score beung 10 to 12 un f1vor of Deerheld There V115 very luttlc scorung durmg the first half on the plrt of euther IL'll'l1 The score 1t the h1lf was 3 to 2 wlth U Hugh holdung the smlll end Norm Howurd lcd the U Hugh te1m wuth three field go1ls The flult of the te1n1 WIS 1g1un the unubulutx to sunk shots Alumm Gnne In tl1us gune the lughts seored 1 suuprusung wuetory by defe utung the f.,I'lLlS by 1 seore of 23 to 6 uunton ohnstone led the seorung for U Hugh wuth 7 pounts The Aluninu xx ere held to no pounts durung the first h1lf through the close gtnrdung 1nd f1st p1ssung of the po111es FIFSE Bloom Glme Luck seemed to stlll be agunst the lughts llthough they glve 1 xery fine evhubutuon of floou uorle thex dropped theur Hrst ILIBUL g1me by III 18 to 6 seoue It w1s the SIIHC old trouble th1t they hnd been huung un othcu gunes W uth thus g1n1e the ehmees of vuunnune, tl1e le1 ue eh 1n1puonshup guexx xery slum unless sometliung drlstuc hlppened FIFSI Thornton G1n1e U Hu h fell before the fl1shy flSI mox ung Thornton quuntet xx utl1 the seoue st 1ndun 1t 26 to 18 1t the end of the game U Hxghs flst passung 1tt1ck w1s effectuve un the furst l11lf 1nd ut looked IS though they were goung to guve the Thornton telm 1 run for honors but un the seeond hllf the flst ptuee set by the wusutung telm ovele 11e the ponues md held the le1d throughout the l1st p1rt of the g1n1e Second Deerfield Game In the second tult Wlfh Deerfield U Hugh wvus defe1ted 13 to 12 un 1 g1me th1t xx 1s closely fought 111 the w1y through Both tefums used effectuve passunsl attacks 1nd plzved fine defensuxe glmes In the seeond h1lf U Hugh be 1n 1 r1lly 1nd If looked IS thou l1 they mught wun but Deerheld I11lI1lgCd to keep one pount 1he1d tuntul the end Furst Thornton Fractuon 11 Glme In thus g1me the U Hlgh lughts nent down fightung to the tune of 10 to 9 It xx IS an exceedungly fast and h1rd fought g1me on the p1rt of both teams The score If the h1lf 11 as 7 to 6 wuth U Hugh ahe1d but as luck would hue It un the last h1lf the vusutung te1m got .1 b1sket 1nd two free throws to U Hughs two free throws Fred L1uerm1n 1nd Norm Howzrd tued for the scornng honors un thus g1n1e wlth 1 b1sket 1nd 1 free throw each P121 I7 O O W. , Tv 1 . 1 - - 1 7 4 1 7 1 , ' . . 1 . , ' 1 - , ,L 1 1 y 1 11 v .1 rv' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 ,. , ,, , . . 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Q lt' -1 Lightweight Basketball Season, Cont d FIRST KANKAKEE GAME The U Hugh ponies under the leadershup of Capt lNorm Howard won another game by the score of 19 to 8 At no tume durung the game vias U Hugh behind un the score The score at the half was 7 to 4 and vsuth the begunnung of the next half the ponues started a scorung spree and enlarged the score to a safe margin Fred Lauerman Charles Heuneman and Norm Howard shared the honors vuuth five pounts each SECOND HAMMOND GAME For the second tume thus season the ponues vson from Hammond with the score standung at 20 to 6 when the gun ended the game The U Hugh team s fast passing and accurate shootung accounted for the vwunnung of thus game Norm Howard and uuntun Johnstone were hugh scorers un thus game with ten and seven pounts respee tuxely The score at the half was 5 to 3 wuth U Hugh leading FIRST BLUE ISLAND GAME A much umproved U Hugh team took an early lead ox er the Blue Island Lughts and kept ut for the rest of the contest The Blue Islanders seemed unable to accomplush anythung and fought vainly un the second half to ouercome the lead run up by the U Hugh team The score was 23 to 13 un faxor of U Hugh SECOND THORNTON IRACTIONAL GAME Thornton Iractuonal defeated U Hugh un its seeond game with them thus season to a score of 18 to 14 The U Hugh team played ln exceedingly fine floor game and ut was only through excellent playung on the part of the Thornton team that enabled them to vuun Norm Howard led the scorung for U Hugh with sux pounts SECOND BLOOM GAME It was un thus game that the ponues avenged the defeat vuhuch theu receuxed from Bloom un the first of the season It was a xery fust and hard fought game and an osertume period was required to decude the wxunners of the game The score at the sunk a field goal to put U Hugh ahead tvxo pounts SECOND KANKAKEE C AMI For the second tume thus season the U Hugh lughts xx ere uuctors oxeu the Kankakee lightweight team The game was exceptionally fast und close and ut was only through excellent playung on the part of the U Hugh team vshueh enabled them to emerge as vuctors by one pount The score stood at 18 to 17 un fax or of the U Hugh ponues vxhen the final gun sounded to end the game uuntun ohnstone led the seorung with nune pounts SECOND THORNTON GAME The seeond Thornton gume vtas another setback for the hard Hglutung U Hugh quuntet Although they were forced to tuke the short end of a 27 to 13 score they went down fightung to the end The score ut the half was 16 to 2 and though the ponies outplayed Thornton un the lutteu part of the gume they were nes er able to oxercome the lead run up against them un the hrst hulf SECOND BLUE ISI AND GAME U Hugh for the second tume thus season xxon from the Blue Island lights Thus tume the score was 20 to 26 vtuth Churles Hcunemann leading the attaek wuth eight pounts The fast pace set by the U Hughers un the furst half was too much for the Blue Islanders and although the unx aders rallied un the second half they xx ere unable to reach the mark set by the ponues I Q o 0 r Q I . . . , . . V . . . V V V. . . ' 3 . A V. . . . .V V V. . . , . Y Q . . . .V . . , . V V- . V . . . . . V . : . V V V . . . V V V. . . . 4 1' ' 1 ' ' I Y. V. . . . . . I . I I I 1 s 4 V . . . . I V. V end of the regular period of playing was 8 to 8. In the overtime period Fred Lauerman KY 1 I . V I . i 2 ' ' V ' , ' y Y' fs - , 1 I I . Y. ' f' I ' . L I ' V. V V .V V .V . . V . V V . . V I T fx V Q V . V . I l I I Il 4 ' I s Y - . L n 7 I l ' 1 ' . 'L Y . ' ' . u u V K V 1 . V V V . 'ulfr' 128 XVALTER CAHILL RALPH NICHOLSON C-NIIIIHIIIIS lr whom Ifrrf IIlIAlt7l7llQ A 011 Int 1 fur I1 tl lluanft XXIFIIHIII Hogan on mu B ul I Ylllllkfll C funlmn X uf XX blfftllllllt Ixnl 1 Hamfa XV 1V Track Season but nex ertheless the squid ktpt up 1 sp1r1t of hlrd vt o1L 1nd shovx cd gre1t lmproxe ment toxx 1rd the cnd of the xewr Then misfortune mme xn the form of lnyurnes and IHCIIEIXJIIIUCS, 1t one IIITIL neurlx hllf thc squad bexng dlsabled Another handlcap vt as the llI'1'l1fCd and inadequate f3Clllf16S for practlce Work n Bartlett Gy m was restrxctcd to the upper tuck practrce for hugh jumpmg, pole vmult mg, and shot puttmg vs 1s carrxed on m the first floor gt m of Sunny Gymnasxum The competltlon encountered was especrally strong, mcludmg Oak Park, state champs, Englewood runners up ll'l the cltx semor meet, 1nd Austm, the te1m XKh1Ch xx 'as thxrd m both the cntx Stnlor md Iumor meets Puqr' 130 N' 'Z , , jr- . Q ' f",f, 'vlx , Pfv'l'j., K 'Il'l fp. 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' "fx , ' Q ,f X . -1' 1agz'I4 Bawball Squad Baseball AWARD WINNERS Mujor Ldlrrs Mlnor Lvffvrv Johnstone Q fCaptj Hrll H McCulloh W fMJH3f,CfJ Lauerman H De R Knall D Howard N Norby How1rd D lohns M Hxcks L Hopkins Lauerman Lewls H1 Welssenbach Werner Trumbull Bceks E Sundstrom ,,' v , gf . K W, . H 1 x ' 1 ' , . . , . 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' Y V ' L V' 4 F. 1 xlqnwg I-Iglndy Robert 1Ll3CI'f , ' 1 1 ' R y ' f A . cn A 7 .L . . , , . , J. c 5 . 1 7 V K' ll umor Track Season Followmg thc Soccer scuson, xx hen Couch W ulkcr ussued surpmsunqly hrge number of boys reported to thc unuor uncludcd only 1 ftvn xtttrum from lust yen, but there vs us mn-Y lrcshmtn und Sophomoucs Tht ICII11 dutlopcd fast second 111 two trungulur meets, 1nd lost two mtcts by fou1 hus cull for track mtn, truck squud Thus sqtud 1 lurgc turnout of prom und xxon ont mect, took pounts or ltss The thrtc outstundung pount wunners were Mrlton Tryon, HLHLTlllx ucobsen, Iunuors und Almon Munson, 1 un puommng Iucshmun Tryon xx IS hugh scoutr for U Hugh un four mttts Ht Won most of hus pouuuts un tht 660 wird run ucobstn won pounts un thc hugh uuuu1p,louw luuxdlts und thc pole x uult sllPL,I'I'I1ll1 I 1stm un took tnough tuunt off f10I11 buskttbull to xxun ll pounts shot putt1uu-1 H1111 lkxuux 29 U I'IIfH 14V U Hugh dxopptd tht stuson optncr to Hyde Purk by 1 uthtl 1 ont sudtd scoxt Tht mett wus run off 1n tht corrudors of Hx de Plrk where Htndruk Ilcobscn und Multon Tryon gurnered oxer hulf ot U Hlghs pomts Nlxw Tuma 31 U PIIGII 27 Tht UIIIOFS truwelled out to New T11er where thty showed 1 m urktd nnprovcmcnt ox er theur performance If Hy dc Purk Nhlton Tryon had 21 bxg duy und made l2'4 pomts Invtl und Vogt mudt 4 pomts euch QF AIIHOII Fruouu C 1111111111 P1141 119 O . ,, . . , , ,,,, , 1 Y . 4 . . . . n 1 . .1 1, 1 Y, . 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Ilf' ' II " 1 1 11 t '1j'1-10 H- iigf'3?f' Gldvutz Lewus HlH1bUfgLf QCHPEHIIIJ Rmsmeler Han' Tenms LTHOUCJH the U l'llLj1l tunnis tum 11 IS not tht best m the elty C.,OlL,l1 Wels tr 1 rntn L9tllJll5llLL1 1 very ertthtlblt ILLOIL1 C1pt11n Hlmburger WIS eonslstently pllymg 1 hlgh st 1nd1rt1 of gunt throughout che se 18011 I nrcC1 xxlth Joey R1I1Sl11LlLf number one doubles tt 1m, good LXl1llJlfl0I19 were m 1111 on both 11ome ind forugn courts Other st1r performers for U Hxgh were Sun Lewxs IDL1 S1m Hur Defe1tcd e1r1y ID the season, the term tlghttnetl down to 1 muah sttnher qulhty of p11y1ng, and tht ltsults later ln the SLISOH were more satnsfymg The first meet wlth P1rker w1s lost by the d1she1rtenmg score of hxe to nothmg but thls served to m1ke the U Hlghtxs out up 1 more despcmtt fight It tht next mttt xuth O114 P1rk Thls mitch too, NK 18 lost by the sunt. stole The following meets showed th1t U Hlsghys best efforts nut of little 1vu1 1g1mst111rgcr sehools, md the stores of the meets were wecordmgly one slded Contrary to the CXPCLYIIIOHS of the mqornty of the studeots .md others mterestcd ln the welfare of the tennls tewm, the emre sewson 1115 not very hmrtenmg Prevnous velrs had bulls up 'tn mvmelble ICPLIITIIOI1 fO1 111 U H1gh tennxs tmms, but thc tum thxs ye1r WIS 'mpplrently the WICIIITI of h1rc1 luck P11qcI4I ,, f.k1'f,5,,' ' f Q - L, f Jiffy .1 1 si.. 1 H ' 1 5 ' v O . . . . . , , 1 1 - 1. 111 1 1- 1 1 ,. 1. 11 , . 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Q , . 1 . 1 1- 1 1 11 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 W 1 1 ' . , . 1 1 1 1 1 , - - 1 1. . 1 1 1 1 . , 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'YK XX trner Inlmstnne Dtll K 1pI11n Imtrman Go ARLY Aprll sux tht lmbltxous 3,ollt1s of L Hlf'l1 pllxmg 111 the tryouts held 1 EVC1gILCI'l Althouvh lt w1s expeeted thlt not mmy Vs ould lx mterested 111 trymi to make the golf te1m, 1n exeeptloml turnout 1ppe1red on the COUISC The end of that Russ Dell UIDIV ohnstone, Ph1l Werner, H1 LSYVIS, and Sonny ohns Matches were pl1yed wlth chfferent telms every S1tUlCl'lX, 1nd the lesult xx IS thwt U Hlgh won mort nntches th1n vms predmttd she vs ould Somt of the bots Ind been lnxlted to plq 111 the N3tlOl11l Open but due to ll1ILIfLl'lY1U I11lILl1CS they pohtely deelmed At an eleLt1on held eeuly 111 tht stlson Russ Dtll 1 tomptttnt golfer, vs IS m1de elptun of tht te1m 1111-ll ff " 1 '33 ' V , . , . ' 1 1 1' l. 1- ' ' , , , , ' ' - , ' , .. ' 1 ' . U ' 1 Y L 5 ' ' ' as ' . t . ., ' V - . V , , ' ' ' . 6 . . . kg day found the qualitiers and ultimate members of the team to be Freddy Lauerman. , Q ' . J ' ' ' f J . 1 Y I ' 1 x Y x 1 ' 1 hx ' 'A K Y D l A h' 3 ' V ' l 7 I . , 5 . . ' I ' Y . h If - . 1 . v 3 1 V' ' " ' I . '1 .Q ' , Goldmm Stem Nl1Laury Dans Hamxlton Luus V NlcI.aurV lorcmson Swlmmmg HE 1932 swlmmxng selson saw the hrst real organnntnon of the sport smct the completnon of Sunny Gym, and the results, consldermg the brlef lnfe of thns 1ct1v1ty hlve not been dnscouragxng There wx ere the usull misfortunes the outstandmg one bung Tr'1nk Furry s rttlrt ment bemuse of xllness The maternal for the tum wls drlwn mamly from the undercllssmen, 1 natural result as the 'mthletncally mnnded jumors and Scmors were alre1dy placed nn other sports These underclassmen, who wxll form the team for the next two years, g1VC promnse of becommg much better and of maklng excellent records as they become pool ant meet wlse Mxke Davls, 1 freshm1n, h1s been 1n outstandmg pomt wnnner, 1nd severll other of the younger boy placed consnstently Thus first year of competltlve swxmmmg wntnessed the unusual spectacle of 1 team workmg w1thout a captain, although at the close of the season Bllly McLaury was elected honorary captain 'Ind awarded 1 m1jor letter At the same tlme B111 Lewls was elected captfun for next year, md mmor letters and numerals awarded Durmg the se1son the team held meets wnth Thornton, Thornton Fmctxonal, 1nd Kankakee, none of whxch U Hugh won, although two of the meets were lost by only two points The te1m shapes well for next yelr, 1nd Ted Prosscx ns optnmnstxc over the outlook Putt 145 , Q Y. - 1 11 9 1 1 -- ,1, 1 0 0 .,, , 1, 1, , 1 .1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 I 1 1 . . . , . v - -... 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1. ,. . , 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . - 1 1 . , c . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1- ' 11 1 1 . 1 t . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . f - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 . ,. IutramuraIs Tllt obltctlxts of the lI'IlllI11I.lI1I PFOQIIIU ln UIIINLISIKE Hlgh Sthool 1lt l IRLQICJIIOH fhe LITIPIOXIDLIIL of sttltItllt ILISUIL tlmt 111 l vtholtsomt 111ll1I'1LI Tht student IS LIlLOLl11gCLI to ptltlclpttt not fiom l SLIISC of duly or 111 OICILI to bt phx SILIIIQ benthttttl but ITYIILI hecrlust tht 1CtulI ptltltlpettloll 111 the XTIIOLIS sports ls tl1lox1bIe ln ltstlt BCYYC1 I-ItlItIl IIUIJIOX ttI he1Ith IS LOITSILICICLI to bt more Ol Itss ot 1 hx prodtltt ot txtltlsc md lthlttlt lttlxltx 1nd llthotltgh studtnts do not tollstlously ptrtltlpttt 111 llI1ILUCS fol tht pulpost ot IIUPIOXIIIQ thtll htllth ntxtlthtltss tht ltgultl txtltlst hls 1 stty dtflllltt phy SIOIOQILII s1Iue SOLIII Colltltts Tllt OPPOIIUIIIIX to bttomt xxtII ILQLIIIIIIQLI xxlth stlldtnts of It slmt IQL llt tltsts t tlut L,1llILItl 0 1 TLISUD IS ltxtt tt III 1 IIIILI totl--lt llNk llld tht flltlltlshlps tolmtd on tht 1thIttlC htItI llt Ilktlx to ht ot tIlt PLIIUIIILIII lllt C hll ttttl Tl 11111110 To QILIIC slttlltlolls xxhtltlll tht ptlplls xxlII hut tht 01701 ttlllltx to Itllll tht X'lIL1t of LOOPLIIUOII ttnelcltx ot PLIIPOSL SUIDOILIIIIIUOII of stIt ln tltsts to thlt 0 tht glotlp tlld Oxlltx md to ltltt lttoltllltgh Ill IIINLII l s 111 UIIIXLISIIB HILII lllll to QINL tht btst IH thllwcttr tl llfllllg 5 PI1yS1C'lI Lfhtltllty Tht ILQLIIFCIUCIII of skllls md the tItxtIopment of stltngth IHLI tndumnte llt vtly dtfinlte vlIues ot 1I1Ull'I1L1I'1I5 md lle 1 N'lILllbIL ISQCI thlough out Ilit 6 KIIOXXILCIQL of Sports To tcqulrt SLlI'I'lLlCl'lf I1novtIttIgt ot INIDX SPOILS III OILILI thlt ont mav plrtltlprlte 111 md enlov 1 x lfltly of lttlxltles Ll ntllt IIIILILSK 111 7OIlS Al lI1IlllL1I'1I 'llogltlll thlt xxl l l ll1 s IL tllt tn mttltst IH tht spolt Ol lttlxltx lll NKI'11t1 ht IS btlnt, lllstltltttd mtl ml ts 11 x lt t N l llt N post to t t Nt IS tttll SC CIRIIACUIS 0 4 sls N ll s x tlt tllglllllt Ol tht sotttr stls I1 lt SOPIIOITIOIL I Ik.SIII'l'lLl'l It lgtlt ll ls lllltIt up 0 txxtl l Iltxx LlL'I1l IILSIIINLII ttlllls lllt txxo SOPIIOINOIL tt mls Tht Ilt.SI1l'l'lt,I1 SLII5 I lLSIlI'I1kI'l Itl-'ut LOIISISILLI of txxo Il,ht xxtlqht Iltshmtll llltI txxo Suh IILSIIINLII ttlms Oxtl ollt Iltlnthtd boss ll1 the tllet Iols Ll tllsses ptltltlptted tlulln-Y tht stlsoll 'I lt ITIINL of ttth ltllh 1nd lts tlptllll IS ts fo oxxs SOPHONIORI' I RI SHNIEN I I AGUE ltam Cllllflllll Royll C,1n1dl1ns Ltontrd IrIltI1s QIIISLILIS I'ILlllj I ltltlmlll C,IllpIUUl'lIxS XX LIIIIIQYOI1 ones IILIIHIJCIS XXJIIIIII11 Huth I RIISHNII X SUB IRI SIIMI IX I I AGUI osltrs C lmlllts DtVrlts Iltlltllltt, IIISII IttI1 Rtddt Shrtws AIIIIUI' l'lSll11lU BILILIJIICIS Louls R tthle A sthedule of twenty foul --tmes xx ts LIFINND up for tath Ieague The Roy tl Cana dl.1ns seemed to be IHXIUCIIJIL LILl1Illg tht tlrIt plrt of tht season but the CIIISCILIS also non f1llIy tollslstelltly ind tht CI'l1H1PlOI'1SI1lP 111 tht Sophomore Ileshmtll Itlgut xx as not detlded ulltll the Iast QIITIL In the IWLSIIINCI1 Sub Ileshmell Ie1gue the Iolers st on the CI'lZ1IUplOn5I1lP but xttrt IIOICLLI to h ht to tht tlld bs the Ilghtlllv Illsh 16 I1st KQIINL on tht sthtdule bttxxttll thtst txxo tt1ms dttldtd tht thlmplonshlp Nltm lltl 4 i .3 I Vi' I '1 I '- l I Vx' . 7 I I' 'xo ' 11- , ' ,1,' 1 1 1 - 5- 1 17 -1 ' 1 'K 1 1 1 1 A 1-l x L U x ' 't 4 ' ' l 1, ' L jx ' i I X' 3 v -1- 1 1 1 - 1- 1 1 ' 1 1 - A-' ' ' - -' - 2. I ' 'L - ' " 1 ' ' ' ' ' I L '- ' 1 1 I 1 I ' I I . - vi X I-' JL Q 1 vm' J xl'x' 1 'ik ' 1A'i"--1 . 11- 1 -.4 ' 1 1 ' ' 1, 1 5. .I xhl Q' T I I I Y it I I, LI I' ' 'h ,I I I tlwl I1l'Ll Iint"'. Tll- " f.1--x 'W 'f'-1ItI' 1 1' ' UI .1 1 1 1 -A1 1 ' A - 1 1, 1 ' I1 . -1 4 1 1 1 l 1 1- 1 v. ' -ty. -I. I :'1 ' " 'Q h- 1 J " 1 ' J ' I4 ' tt '- I f 1 f 'K' .1 151 ,'.. 'R' 4" 'I' K tt II" '11-A-' v '1 L' ' 'v1 1 1 ' 1 K-1 1 -L' ' I , 1 - - . .1 1- y 1 ' - ' ' ., . 1 , , . . 1 . 1 , - R - 1 x I KI Ah. 1 I I . L 'L -I I LI I I. . 1 7. I"l'11a X ' St ' 4 r ' tx l 1 t' K 'l l ' "ll il st'II ' the ttI' 1 A ' V ' ' "I V . ' 'H 1 lk-3 hil val to ctmtillll- tI.lyillg. not tml-' tl 'lU:'I1 coIIege but ill . -' ll-g- "'.ll's .I XI Qi ,f S Tw Ie.l3 tles C0ll.'. tiny of Iltll ' te1lm each x' 'K 1 "fd I A - . -1 tl . Tl , K' -1- 1 1 ,Lb A 1 f 1 lg 1 ,K .L 4 '1. L'.'A1 "5 . II' x ' 'L' "L . I. I gl " if , ll ' : 1 1 - 5 1 l' .2 Y' '-1 1- 1 - 1 1 1- . 1 - 1, - I f - : ' : :' : l : ' : .1 1 .1 - 1 - .1 . . . 1 :' , ' , D A-1 1 , .II ' l at It. L I X R 1 1 Il ' '- X- - I v'- ' 1 -A 1 12 1 2 1 ' 1- , t - 1 ' t 1 K ' ' ' 1 - 1. k 1 HK 1 1 " ' 1 '. - 1' -3' lk K s 1 - 11 1 - 1 1 1 1 4, :'k ' 6 , Tl 'tj' I4 bers of the champ1onsh1p telms nn each league e1rned the mtramural m 1rd Royal Canadlans to recelxe awards were Captun Leonard Hlcks Norman Anderson Charles Compton G1lbert Farmer Gordon Hostetter Wlllram HouLe Henry K1hn Henry Kurl Warren Hnseh Hlrlow Smythe Ben Stevenson Iohn Zexssler md Dxvnd Knrll The lwlrd wmners an the Freshmen Sub Freshmen lelgue were Clptam Chxrles DeVr1es Clarenee Sxlls Morton XVurtele oseph Phnlllpson lrlntz WIYHCF Frlnels Reeves Wllllam Vmcent Klrl Koos B11rd Hastmgs Arthur EIWVIH Edwm Fleteher erry Strluss md Wlllaee Hersehel The hnll stlndnng of the teslms was as follows SOPFIOWICTRT l RI SHNII N IF ACUI I 4 am ll rm Im! I U1 :lx Roy ll C In lLllll1S Chlselers Chlpmunks Plumbers FRILSHMFN SUB IRESHMFN LFACUI T1 am ll on ml lumix oslers 7 Inghtxng lrnsh Shrew s Blueblrds INTERCLASS SOCCER tournlments were played A double round robm seheelule wls drlwn up xuth emeh exm playxng 1 total of sux glmes The Sophomores hnxlly won the ehlmpnonslnp but plly throughout the tournfnment w1s elose Out of the twelxe game sehedule four ended scoreless The champ1ons ended w1th a totll of enght poxnts Senxors ln seeond pl lee suth seven polnts umors thlrd vtnth fue md Freshmen l1st vnth four pomts The nnal standlng of the teims INTERLI ASS SOLCFR T1 am Wrzfl mf In rl P0llIfS Sophomoxes Semors jumors Freshmen The folloxxmg men emrned numerlls lrded for XXIIIIIIIIQ the lnterelass ehamplonshnp Norm In Anderson Gordon Hostetter Duxd Smlll Robert Sf0LliI111I' Henry Kurz Henry Lauermln Leonard Hncles Evans Beeks Wnlllam Houze Phlllnp Palmer Charles Compton Henry Mlller Grlbert Farmer Pztrnek Wlrner BLHIIIUII1 Stevenson Selxx yn Steere Wnllxznn Steld Ch1rles Dewex ohn Zensler SUB FRESHNIEN VQLLEYBALL TOURNANIENT Between the soecer and blsltetbmll selsons the Sub Freshmen were dnnded unto four telms of nelr equ1l 1b1l1ty Ind 1 sehedule of thxrty sw: glX'l1LS of xolleyball xx IS pllyed The n1me of etch tenn and elptun 15 IS follows Page I-in , ' ' , ' ,. , ' , , , ,. . 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'L 1111111 Troy ms R lI11blCl 1 Rtzzberl 1es I Vers C 11j11'11111 Robert Etxxm Nloxton Wurtele Cltrence Snlls Rontld McCree The Trojtns xvon the Ll1II11plOI1Sl'1lp xxlthout much dlfheultx The Rtmblers xxere m seeond pltee R1z7berr1es xx ere nn rhud tnd flyers ln fourth place The final sttnd mb of the tetms SUB I RESHVIFIN VOI ll YBABII 1111111 ll 1111 Ioxf Plllllfx Trojtns Rtmblers R t11be111es I sers LLAGUI' BASKI TBALL The let ues were orgtmzed for the 1932 btsketball setson The Semor umot leteue xxhleh xx ts mtde up of txxo SCHIOI 1nd txxo junlol tetms the Sophomore IILSINTICI1 letgue wh1ch eonslsted of four SOPIIOIHOIC 'md txxo heaxxxx e15ht freshmen tetms and the Itreshmen Sub Freshmen xxhlch xxts mtde up of foul sub freshmen md txxo llehtxxenght freshmen tetms Oxer one hundred boxs to0l1 pllt IH the thlee ILIQSULS A sehedule of txxentx four etmes xx ts pltxeel nn the Semot umox letgue The II1XlI'lLllJlLS Ind 'xflules xxere the txxo best tetms xxlth t sltpht telx tnttpe to the Inxm elbles xx ho hntlly xxon the Lllll'I1plOl'lSl'1lp The Semot Senttoxs xxho hnnsheel ln tltnd pltee shoxx eel eltss tt tlmes but xx ere untble to XXIII eonsxstentlx In the Sophomore llLbl1lTlLI'l leteue t sehedule ot thlrtx etmes xx ts pl tx eel The bllXLl Tlps sttrted the setson xxmmnb tnel dropped only txxo etmes dtnmg the entlre setson The I tnthers sttrted shoxx but gtlned lblllty throughout the setson 'md ended x1x1th onlx three losses The Blue Dexlls 1 tetm rn tele up of helm freshmen pltxed spee tteultr ball tnd hmshed ln thnd plmee The freshmen Sub Ireshmen let ue pltxed t sehedule of forty hxe gctmes The Nlusttn s led bx Capttln Cole seemed superlol from the lJCf,ll1I1lI'1g The Trojans due to the excellent btsl1et shootme, of Ltpttm Irxxxm xx ere xn the nunnmg, for the ehtm pnonshxp untll the last fexx etmes The hntl sttnelmg of the tetms SI IXIOR IUNIOR ILAC UI 1111111 f'11j1l11111 W1111 Loxl Plllllfx II1Nll1Lll3lLS Mules Bruce Cheexel Semor Semtors Dead Eyes Orr W lLl'11 tn Peter Htmburgjel XhI1lll'll'II C,l1lC1'l HANDBALL TOURNAMENT Thns xxts the hrst xetr lnndbtll eourts htxe been .tx 'nlable at U H and as con sndemble mstruetxon xx ts enxen m eltss on the 3.,tme, a tournament xx ts trranged vnth the :det of hndmg the ehampton of eteh cltss tnd school Cl'11ITlp10l1 The Freshmen enteled txxentx two men Sophomores entered seventeen l1l1lOlS thlrteen and Seniors fourteen The Wmnet 1nd runner up m etch eltss xx ere permltted to pltx ln the hntls to detetmlne the sehool eh tmplon Those xxmnme hlst ind seeond pltee tn eneh eltss xxere Inx! P 111 I'rtnl1l1n H01 xx teh Exams Beeks UDIOFS Frtnk I urtx Semors I reshmen Sophomores umtm Johnstone P1e1 41 Stroud Plan Robert Eger Dtvld Knall Orr 'xVxem1n Horace Rlehhnemet .',. ' 1 JI1 , 1 '. 1 -1 ' ' 1' ' -1 1 . ' 3' 1'x Vx 11 ' 'I 4 ' A ' 1 ' Y '. : .' -5 1 1' .. 'L 16 2 32 Q f' . 10 H 20 9 9 I8 flg- , 1 17 2 ,ly , 1 '- 11 K 1 1 ' - I 1 ' ' - L 1 -1- r., K1 ' 1 ' - L 1 11111, 1 . 1 1. -. 1 ' -1 1 1 ' 1 - - - . ., 1 . A 1 '1 1 ' 1 L . 11 1 1, 1 L- ' 1 -1 . . ,1, ,. , 1, I-- A 11 u 1, ' , ', ' --J ' - ,LJ ,A , 1' 1' 1,11 A 1x1 11-1 1 1 11 12 - 1' A k'1 3 11 Q11 1' - -' 1- 1 '- 1 1 1 1 ' -' 1 '1 ' - 1 1 -- 1 ' '- 1 ' '- ., . . . . . ., , 'x ' fx -. 1 ' xt vu x 1 1 VV N "t i V . .. 1 K .,.. ' . 1 11- 1' '1. 1 1 111- -' 11'1,.. . b. . K . . , 1. 1 .' , , " 1 , , 1 1 1' . . , . . . . 1 1 1' . 11 . 1 ', 1 , 1 .,,- 1 .- , -I , 1 1.1, , 1 -1 1 1-'1, 1 .h . . L. . -. O 1 1' 1 11 1 ' - 1' ' ' 1 . .. D, 4 . , . , , R15 1 1' ' 1- ', - 11- ' - ' ' 1 1 1 ,, .. , , . , , 1 1 -K 1' J Z " " ' ' "" 1 9 3 18 1 J . ' "' . 8 4 16 ' ' . 5 . Y ' 5 7 10 " '. ' ' '. . 2 I0 4 ' 1 A 11, 1 1 .1 ' 1 - ' '. ' " 'A "" ' '., 'Q 1 ' 'L' . " 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 111 11 ' 1 - 1 1- 111 1 1 1 'I ' - ' ' 1 1 - 1 , - ' ' . ' . - H ' . 1 .' ' ' 'A ' . " 1' " "QQ ' ' ' 1 It-1 I1- 11 . Q . . ' x . . I 1,111 1 umtm ohmtom wls Sueeessful In xxmmng Ill the Hnll mitelus md ww the hrst Qellool hmnlblll QIIIITIPIOD Nlembv. Yzam SIIXCI Txps Pintlurs Blue llulls Ixlelmers llmg Don Nluscclus SOPHOMORE IRFSHMEN lEAGUh Cupfum Wfnn Low' P0lIIfX Leonlrcl I-llclxs Ilelx Benedmr Icdwud lxlkms DIXILI Knlll s lienymnn Stemnson Arthur Dewn IRESHNIEN SUB I Rl SHXII 'NI lI AC UI IIIIHI Vlust lll5,S TlOj1I1S R1zzber11es Rimblers Aplelus I'lys.rs FS of YIIL kll IITIPIOIISIIIP IL, H118 I0 ILLLIX S111 I r l :ju Ioseph Bur RICITIFLI Qflgb Hemy Kuhn Ilenry Kurz leonlrd Hleks Spencer Irons Geor e Nlelilroy I arm XVIIIEICIUOFL XV1em1n I lstm In Qllltfl Rmlx C llfifdlll Iolm C ole Arthur I zum Clearance Sllls Nlorton XX urtele I ranus W lute Ron Ild MeC,ree IIILIIIIIIIIIX Plul Luckhlrclt Leiter Rmlx Orr XY xemln RILIIIYLI Aclur XVllIlIl11 Lester Roluut Sh1llenber,er Wfnu I 0 P01111 L IHIFIIULII II INN ULI5 WLlk Mznlangx John Cole Robert Bflllllblllgh Fred NILKIHSCFY oseph Cmnon olm Stern W llter Blum PIISJ Summ III Iuzfa Laaozu SENIUR IUNIOR LhAGUL Icam Xflules lnvmublw SLIIIOI' SLIIIKOIS Dual Ex es lnunelbles SOPHOVIORI' FRESHMED. T1 am Kn Ill l'l1c,IiS lluddx Reddy NICFIIZIHI I Stern I-RESHXIENI Nunn Igrwm Co e W arner Sergel Tttllll Zxlehers Silver Tips Pmtlmers I mtlxers Pmthers Blue Devlls Izam Troy ms Vlustan 5 R lspberrles Troy ms l olul PUlIIf3 l LAGUh Y olal Pwufs SUB IRI SHNIENI IIQAGLI' ofa! I omfv QQ' I , I Q . I " Ax'Q I Q Q ' ' I Q. " A . , Q A' '... ,, 8 2 16 Q .. tg ' ' " . 7 5 14 'Vi I Q' "3 . 6 4 12 lf' Q . -I 6 8 'Q' ' li ' 4 6 8 I . ..,, ' I .I 9 2 7 I' -I -5 I f. .2 I f I ' .xl 'N I fl j' K 1' .15 2 26 'IQ 3 , ..ll 4 22 Q . . . ' " I' . . 9 6 I8 I , . I ll .. ,6 9 I2 Q' ' . 7' ll., . ..., 4 11 8 ' . L .. 2 I5 2 ' ' "Q Q' Q -X Q " 'S' QI ' Q giif' 7 -5,1 5. ,,,, ,V y ,:, ,. . N In ' . ..I ' ,, . I. 95 N Q ...,.4....... X , .... . .. 34 il 1 , ,........., I" 'Q I ,. 32 I "Q ..,. .... ' Q . ZS Q ,. " .. .........,, 69 ". .Q If ' . ..,., ..,Q ' .. ......... 56 I I ....,.,.... -. ..,........... I ,....,...,....,,.. 43 I I' I-II -I if I' I .' Ill , T x'- I ' . ...,......... 'Q . ..,. ......,... . ,179 l ,,,. ... .I g . .... .. ..II9 V' .....,........ 1 ,. .... 49 'K' .... ........,. I A ..... ... ...,. 51 7,3 exon ned 'K INTI RLI A55 BASKhTBAII A double IOUIIQT 1ob111 elmedule III the I1 htxxught md l1C.1VyXNLl5,I1t LTIXISIOHQ vms pllxed If the end of the b1sIxetb1II selson The Umor he1xyvxe1,hts h1d xery I1ttIe 11oubIe 111 NVIIIIIIIN5 the LTIIIUPIOIISIIIP They xx cnt ITIIOUSII the cou1n1ment undefe'1ted The ILIIIIOI hehtwelghts th1e1tened to follow the example of the hc 1x1es but weakened Ill rhe IIYYCI put of the IOLIIHIIULHI to let the Sophommes t1e xx1th them An exua une xx IS pI1x ed to CTCLILTL the eh.1mp1onsh1p md the ILIIIIOFS xxon The hn1I Stllldlllg ot YLIIUS 11111131111 1 Tldlll IV011 Im! 'onzlv Iun1o1s Semora sophomores I ILSTIINLI1 I1 flfll lgllf Y 1 11111 ufllll 11 I 11111lx umors Sophomores Semor I leshmen HIC H SCORI RS 111111 yuugflix T1 um Jumors Semors I ILSTIIYILII T1 11171 Sophomores Iumox s Semox s I leshmen The fol Ioxx xng men euned I1Ul'llLI 1Is 1 XX hutemore Hlnsen C o e I1 fzlu lgf Ixn 1ll I' g r 'Xetherton ll ded fo1 xx 1111111 11111111 H a1x1111 uf Robert W Imtemoxe Deux Ihem1ste1 D I 1111 I uekhudt Olm Kellehel B1 uee C heex Ll cull' WILITIIII Idmunel ohnson Tofu! 1111111 I tI'lC IUILICTQISS eh1mp1onsh1p I1 bfllfll bis Iohu Bell Iohn MOFIIS I ester Rmk Robert Sl'llIlC1'1bL13.,LI' IITIIITI Lester 3 11II1p Vogt Thomls Reed INTI RC LASS INDOOR TRALK MI ET The Lhnd lllllllll ll1dOOl mterelxss t11el meet xx 15 held Mlreh 14th The Sopho mores xx on xuth 1 totll of hftx one pomts TI11 bemors, f,lNC plenty of eompetmon but feII bLT1ll1d durms, the Int p,11t of the meet 1nd hnlshed xx1th 1 total of forty three DOIHES The tot1I pomts xx CIL d1str1buted as folloxxs Sophomores Semox s I reshmen un1o1s IIQI 4 Conlmued on pike 172 1 - -- ' 51 1 4 1-'y 311 "1 V'-K7 . 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Ifwm I1111I 1I1c Imp 1111LI Pup teams .1rc cI111sc11 1I1c bust pI.lyCl'9 to 111.1112 up 1I1c AII-81.11 'I'1. 1. Tlkf 414 I '. 1IIcL.II,' -Iulg'-1 1' 11 . 41'1Q1 I' I' A '1L. TI':"'I' '1'1 1".I . '1'I.': 1I 1' 1'.Is. .1 .111I sI111II', 11cco1'1I11111 111 1Iu 1. 11 I1x' .I'1. A1 AII-S . ' pin 11 11xx'.11'LIcLI 11 girl 111. I ' -1 1I11'c' AIIAS .11 1. 111s. 111 Grabo, Steere, Friedberg, Mclnnis, Whipple Coolidge Snow Montgomery Stein G1rls Sports HOCKI X LL ready? Tvxo eager and very xenly matched teams awalt the startmg sngnal Mlss Jones blows her vshlstle and they re off down the Held The casual onlooker sees only a group of g1rls apparently rather exclted over nothlng pushmg a small whlte ball around the Held by means of a stlck To the gxrls themselves lt means the renewal of an old rxvalry between the Imps and Peps Thls year the task of selectmg players from the class teams to represent the Imps and Peps nn the blg games was a hard one The excellent cooperatron and enthusnasm of the glrls had made for keen competmon between the classes The attendance at regular practlces as well as the spmt of the grrls themselves had gnven them more than ordmary abrhty The zlppy weather too encouraged many After the semors had walked off vuth the mter class champlonshlp the Imp Pep games were played Undaunted by the freezmg weather and cheered on by blue and yellow or red and vshxte clad Hgures the teams took the Held at the appolnted hour For a tlme the Imps under Captam Lou Frredberg peppered the opposmg goal but failed to score Then the Peps came to thlrstmg for revenge and there was no stop pmg them as they swept down the field to vnctory The Imps came back the next day and managed to even the serles but the Peps wlth the return of Captam Kay Steere rumed the hopes of the Imps m the rhlrd and final game whlch they won The all star team chosen from both groups mcluded Montgomery Stem Frnedberg Whrpple Grabo Snovs Rood Coohdge Mclnms Meyer and Steere Page 152 35 1. 1 1 '1 4 U ' 3 : 7 1. 11 ' - ' ' Q ' 5 v 7 ' - - 1 v , . 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QI I' "r P.. ,mr Morison Olson Wlmipple Frnedberg Svseet Grabo Montgomery Volley Ball HE 1dea whxch has prevalled for some t1mc around U Hxgh that volley ball IS a game for softnes has been decrsnely done avs ay wnth th1s year From thc first, mterest seemed to be keener than usual among the glrls at pract1ce and 1n thc mter class games The semors brought to a suceessful close the1r last volley ball season at U Hxgh by vanqulshmg all contenders ln the free for all mterclass competltlon Contrary to some expectatxons the G A A selectxons of the Imp and Pep teams proved to be most worthy ones and the games were hot and fiercely contested Before an unusually large crowd of both boys and glrls, the Peps managed to take the first game by a fierce onslaught of superior solleylng The never say dle sp1r1t of the Imps was brought to the fore ln the second game whxch they won by a narrow margm Keyed up to thenr hlghest patch both teams took the floor the followmg day for the battle whlch would give the vlctory to one of them There ensued one of the most nerve racknng heart faxlmg contests ex er to take place at U Hugh It was anybody s game untll the last few seconds of play when the Peps emerged vnctornous thus ondmg from the red pomt of vlew a most successful xolley ball season B Page156 ch -I QE Q , F" wt. 2.4 " 51 3' , C- 'HQ S I3 5'-fe f 2 SE: si ri , , ' 1 v , , 1 re - sr - - - - 1 V Y f A , - , . . . , . 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Banqznl The Blsketbmll Trlelx Bmqutt vx.1s held on M mreh 1 to llOl'lOl these txxo ILIITIS An enpox lblt dlnnu xx IS suxul II lnlw Noxes Hwll Tht spelkel of the LXLl1ll'li, xx ms D1 llLlIUll1 'X Bumlestn xx 10 LlLllNLILLl 1 INOSI lnurestnnq t1ll1 Other SPLllxLlS xxert Mr IOIILN M1 XX lllxLI I xx n M1 Hnr mal Dr XL ' Class Parues S117 I 14 Nfllllllll mm X UI l mxtlnm tmt emu xx 18 1 ereu 4 IS ton lllu Sub lIL5lll11Ll1 IS lt 111.11 the hlst pntx for tht school s xoungest ellss I ntertnnment kUl'lS1SIkLl of 1 b1sl1Lt ball followed bx brldge, Iummx sbufflebolrd d1nC1ng and refxesbments Yirletx IS tlle spree of life mel of Sub lrosb plrtmts lt stems, so Lxcrxom xxent 1101111 lnppx The ellss bon-'bt tben oxxn tnelxets I0 the plrtx to lllil. funds xxlneb xxent to the C,lllL'lg0 Iqlllbullk, 'Vllll Iuml 8111111111111 Hlx hlo Lbt mttunxpnnmtnt of mutb spllslnnsg md LOI19ldLIlblL IX0lSk 1 QIOUU of xounestus lcltntlhetl xs the Sub llcslnntn, sllged 1 trlumplmmt spllsb paltx 0 1 unx Zltb elmlxutezuul bx nets md llllYS In lC.lClltl0ll to the deep Sem sports vunes md dlflklllg xx ue held on 11nd The 'lflLI'l'100ll reached 1fS Cl1IT12lk lll the xery rell IIUILUOI1 tht rtflesbmtnts lfter xxlnell exerxone left xxlth Cl most Clellgbtful LLlll1g B mfr Iarfx The bexeb plrtx plmnned by the exeeutlxe LOXHIUIIYLL of the Sub llLSl1l'I1lI1 tllss xx IS enjoy ed bx Ill Ines su l, xxeenles md l'll1l5l1lTllll0Vx'S were only pxrt of tlu fun I-Ilxbllltlll Pmllu Sflltlxfl Pauly The lreslnnen fI'lCCl m txeeedlnbly successful CXPCFIIHCIII In tl1Clr spl1sl1 plrlx As xx IS hoped tlns tx pe of putx lns been Copled by every other Class nn the sebool lolloxxmg lbt SXXIH1I'HlI1g xx IS dincmv 1nd refreshments the former bein: IlIl1CI' lnttlefutd xxltb btemust lbw. Sub lleslmmcn had lbs. mdlo PLIQ4 166 Q Ifullv'-,v' ' J Sm," G- - t 'lbw' - 5. Q .' V- Q- " . . . x, l'l V .i ,' i' if .' " X ' I ' ' .' XL " 'All' ffc' - ' " ' , , A - LH L . ,, , A . . ,X , , .1 K. 1 ' vi . ' ,- ,L A-,-,1 L K 711 K . 1 L- 1k11- 1 111 A , ,LA -v M1- -. "1 M-. If vi , -. .' 1 . wtf. C f f-'11 P ' Mi 'Yam l-' l"e' l . j x lay " 'N -5"' ' 45' 'ked game between two groups of the boys, L1 most exciting and enjoyable curtain-raiser, x. fy I L X 1 17' l ' K ' L I li I 7. I Y . . ,A Q . . .N A lg l't'V. 1 .. ' ' X J Lk-K1 ' .I "L ' 'J'- 1 I' " ' Lf ', - ' 4 if nklgn ' , " "al'. Q ' .Q ", bg L 1 'A K' 'V' . . . 1 ' U I ' ' ' 12 1 -6 - ' V 1 1 ' 5 1 K-Q L 1 V '1 1- v 1 v' 1' f-V . :lik 1 N Q Q., 'lf I I Y' 1' Q . Tlx., ,'- 'xi 'xl L lll L 4 3 7 - I 1 I-1 , ' 1 ' 1, V A ' ' ' ' . Q '. I '. f , ' ' A . ' ' . l ' ' Class Parues, Contmued Dance The second p1rty on Februlry 19th w1s unquestlonably :mother success Admnsslon w IS charged, but m spnte of thus fmct over one hundred attended, 1nd the expenses were met An orehestr1 w1s lured for the oee1s1on I1l1n11n1t1on dlnee 1nd grind m1reh ssene 1ll p1rt of the hlppy event ohn P1lmer 1nd N1t1l1e Norgren led the grlnd n11reh Dehelous puneh, eookles md elndy were sers ed The only thmg wlneh brought the pirty to 1 close was the lnnouneement by John, the j1n1tor, thqt he u1s golng to elose the blllldlllg SIVIIIQ Pauly Aeeordlng to NIQLIL reports the thxrd lreshmm plrty u 19 fully 19 sueeessful IS the previous two 801150 mo re Ilallom an Parfy It bemg Oetober 30th the Sophomores deended to hlve 1 H11 loxse en p1rty The entertunment If the plrty w1s dlXldLd 1nto two plrts to melude exerybody There were the tradxtlonwl I-Izllowe en g1mes, ple e1t1ng md cnder drmkmg eontests followed by dsxnemg Sojrllomorz Sflllllb Pllffl The Sophs followlng the CXlI11Ple of the freshmen, glve 1 eombmatlon swlmmlng dlnelng PIFCX The plrty wls 1 sueeess nf 1 large 1ttend.1nee present durmg the aquntlc part were the upper el1ssmen up nn the blleony They seemed to be havmg slmost IS good a mme 1s tl1e Sophs just w1teh1ng the swlmmmg Aflrlflu Puffy The Sophomores turned juvemle on Aprll 22, responded to tl1e lure of sprang 1nd glve sn outdoor p1rty They mdulged lll 1 blseblll glme 1nd volley bxll then roller slmtlng st th1s clxss party After 1 thoroughly good tlme, 1l1 met mslde for refreshments IHIIOV Duma The hrst ellss dlnee ever held It Illigllt ln Sunny Gym wls the unnor C1111 Dance, Whleh meldently wls 1 greit suecess The gym wls decorlted lll sh1des of luender 1nd purple sslth green coverlng over the hghts to lend the deslred effect of seml dlrkness Arnold s Hly Shsmkers p1OVldCd musle md everyone present had 1 won derful time The socul eommlttee of the umor C1183 wls responslble for thus dmee S1 mor Spluxb Party The Semor Splash P1rty took ollee durmg tl1e regul1r 2 30 gym perlod The p1rt1e1p1nts were dlvlded 1nto four ILIIUS whlch competed II1 eserythmg from potlto rlces to 1n old flsluoned b1thmg sult rlee Folloulng the strenuous events eoffee 1nd doughnuts were serx ed upstsurs Page 167 I 0 -' ' ' '. 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SUCCIESSIFULV Blgger and better buslness IS always on th look out for alert well tralned young wom e Thats just one reason why so many Chlcago executlves g1ve preference to th graduate of the Moser Busmess College They know the hlgh standard of work she IS capa ble of They know that her tra1n1ng 1n typewfltlrlg shorthand stenotyplng or fil 1ng IS sound and efficlent They know that her educatlon 1S excellent for Only four year h1gh school graduates are el1g1ble at SER BU NESS LLB E Tlx BZIYIIIFSS Colle c ztlffa fbf Unzzcrszfy Afmoslbhcre PAUI w1os1R 111 11115 116 South M1ch1gan Avenue tu tnt nu nttr 1 x Nlondu XX rut hon mt r st booklet lNo obl gutlon 1 l do not mplox sol L tors Pgl o c C .. , - - n ' ' . . . C 1 a " rr f ' U 1 1' 1 l rx ' 1 f I ,, ' 6 . . 1 fi , -. ., 9 . . Lake View Building R8I1d0lPh 4547 S dx SI :je 1 uni' . "'cor p e for 11 curing . 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