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

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AM, l rjfo C1 QU is me ll . . ' ' ' - ' . ' . . A T 1 f l 1 n , . n . Q ll I I . , . 7 . . . . . . , xl l I, gp N . I . . . . . . Y 0 m fjfll ' L ' ,-.Q iff. her so well liked. p nil A F51 - , . U K r . . G55 i' w . . . . ii: l 9 1 -' ' ' ' - I Lis N llrmljizi . , . . 5 ,TW rj, K!! gfffflf W, y 1 p it l 45 D1 l fi f El 44 t 3 if gg 234 7' :cn V C- R 42 il i 2? 414, ASB QCD gb GD X? : : Fl 'ii P ii c if ZX-jx ffgg' CJ Snlcm HAROLD A ANDERSON, A M Fugllsfr DFl7dVfI?lf'Ilf Umscrsnty of Chncago ARTHUR F BARNARD Smlzl S1 Il nrt Dfparlmuzl Belont Collage ARTIILR G Box LF, PH Inmb Dmparlmznl nnersuu of Clucago ERNST R BRESLILH PH D Hulk main Dxfmrlmrnl Unnersntx of Qlnnago GL uns CAx1PB1 1 L PH B I nglnfw D111 I7 lun ul Unuurxxts of C luL,1g.,o ol-ix R DAXEY AB 80111, Sfnmc' Dfpurizlzvlll XX ntrcnb rg College GLADYS K DOLAN, M D Sffwol Phyn Idll X assar Collugu Rush Medlual ORLIN D FRANK S M Slum: Drparlmuil Unnersnry of Clucago W 'fi' iklx Cl Ci 4?- C39 al! 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QW 1 R 1 DD , , 1 D Xxx !"f R - , - - li LJ4, Q,,J 6, gg Fig ij' 'iii Qi ii QCD D .Q45 I JU Cfb 3 'lb ng If-if A MARIE COTE GREENE, S Przmb Drpurlmuzl Oberlm College Umvnrsxty of MILIIIBJH GEORGE E HAWKINS, S B Mafhemulns Dffldlfllll nl UHIVCFSIIY of Clncabo HOWARD C HILL, PH S01 ml Sr Irma Depurhm nl Umversnty of Clueabu CLII LORD HOLLEY S111 mf' Dfpurhm nf De 'Pauw Umversnty Northwestern Umversnu LESLIE W IRWIN, A M PIIJSIFBI Educ ation Depmlnzuzl MlSSOUfl Wesleyan College Umversxty of Illmuxs UDIVCYSIKY of Iowa Umversnry of Chlcago LENA L JAY, S M Pl71YllH1Et1NtllfI0?1 Dllldlfllll nl Battle Creek College UIIIVCYSIIY of W Isconsxn Grlnnell College LENORL JOHN, A M Mulhm main I D1 pm hm nl York College Umverilty of Clucago MARY M JOHNSON Ar! Dm jlurfmmzl Columbna Umversxty Umversuy of Chneago N Sm mluu k.x i 2 i emi ..,A.u -E iQ .2 CD X, : : Ci-il QM' il : QE M QNX if 1 Q U I MN . A .M. if If ' f I I x, Q Q . 1 1 'O 1 Q - 1 f il' V U -'X Q M I L-Off' . .D. k , I A. 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I HELEN MOREHEAD, A M Pbywrul Eflm alum Dtpalimrrll Umversnty of Wxsconsxn Unlvusnry of Nnbraskn T1 D C PROSSER ln m 11 I ffm alum De Ihllfllllllf Unnermly of CIIICJLCT EI ILABETH E SHEPHERD Enqllrfm D1 purtllzcul W estern State Teachers College UHINCFSIIY of Clucago WALTER J SIEMSON Sc bool Pfnm mn Umversxty of Iowa Unn ersnty of Nhnnesota LESTER C SMITH, A M Assnlunl Prim :pal Nfaunal Arlx D: purfrzzrul Unnersnty of Clunngo E1 SIE M SMIFHIIS A M Amvfunl Prim 111111 Lalm Drjmrllmvlf Unnvcrsltv of CIIILJBO CHARLES A STONE A M LL D AIllfl9f!lIt1flCS De parfmvnl Umversnty of lllmoxs Umversxty of Chicago RUSSELL B THONiAS, A M Eugllvb Dlpdfflllfllf Eureka College Umversnty of Clucago Nlm'Iu'n CD gil ir: T7 ig 1.2 C0 lil: Cfll Q10 l 1 Q2 Q xx lj P f L-CC U UE L i 1 M, 5 'V ' fl V - l Xb Q Ui DH f r . 4 ,A.M. E Q c Q 1 . ,M.D. Q Inns' uni uw . - , GU Qifg' 3 , C? I I I 'Y ' '-. I I I TM 113 . . ' a, . . V LLL A 1 Q. ' . Q I Tri? 'll-'T' 1 . . ., . . x if H. ' .B . ,S ' -LLL XY -EJIA I . . . fgfi-X Q41 ,..J 13 lib ,LJ Sb Q2 Q-D , C9 23 K,- cl T: Ci Gi li r. l f4Q: ASL HQ Turnlg ARTHUR E TRAXLER, PH PSjllJOI0glTf HARRIS R VAII M B Mum Dfjwrfmznl Butlnr University Amencan Conservatory of Musnc GALx IN L WALKER, A B PlJjSll'l1lI1LllNd1I07I Drjnu Imrnl Dakota Wesleyan University ROBERT B WEAVER, A Soual SFIFHFF Deparlmml De Pauw Umverslty Umversnty of Chicago EUGENE C W11T1cK, S B Manual Ari: Drlmrlmrnl Umversxty of Illmons Umverslty of Chncago Q W QFD' l Li 3 ,SP X39 i PG ig C51 ' in ix lx Qxx wil S X X X S X xx CUWE5 ff M W lllllllllllw V XA XE NE E F Nw m Q H I mm ky i Qi 105 il tif' Vin kj 7? Yi rg-lain x If IE G, J Nr u ffm Eduardx WIIIIHIII Sh 1 cm SENIGR CLASS HIGH HAS BEEN fortunate xn haung another Senxor class successfully lead the school through another year The members of the class who held major posmons were well sulted for rhelr work and were therefore very successful Nme members of the class became members of Phl Beta Slgma rh1s year Many of the members of the Senlor class were also able to take college courses across the campus The school athlet1c teams conslsted mostly of Senlor boys and tht gwen by the Student Councxl under Wllllam LEWIS and by the Senlor class under the dlrectlon of Newton Edwards class presldent were all very enjoyable As th1s year s Semor class leaves U H1gh for further work 1n college and else where we can only say that we hope each member wrll be as successful as the class of 1934 was altogether Newton Edwards Wllllam Stexens Daxld Knall Jane Chandler lane Chandler Mary Letty Green Mr Das ex Pmsldcni V160 Prrsfdcnl Srcvefarq TVUHSIITFY Slzufwn' COIHIIII Rrprcsu1iaf1u' Sorlal Clllllllllffff Chdlfllldll Facultj Adzzsor Mr Dazm T1 :lj 1 ?ll K-x il :fi lla IE Wig C0 F X l: ii QQ QLTX7 z :QQ- Qxx QQ 7 y 1 , N X l r 6? will Sea 9 A T Ziff W K ie r Vg l El X t , U- -- ' f ' q ue, QT ev .. . . ' , Q I ' ' . u I . l I I ' I O Q l . ' ' fl a Tse H ' . . , 1 1 y y girls played a very important-part in thelrnathletics-also. The social functions Katz B I I s l a , ' X6 'kjfrllu . , . - . . - Hrs I I ' Q in I I Im' l . :M T5 K A A , a I , .,.. .,.,.....,,.. QL ..... 1 j I V is , V, s a sssa e J g easasaac s , T- Q acgs T lfrnx 453- 4'1'l '-luv 11-Tl AJ 1 O1 Vlfj 4.1 6 gg. X 451 2 l g 5 N71 J 1.1 ITU 5X,j Nz K U . -.1 5,J NORMAN ANDERSON who IS the fellow with the unruly blond han? Why nts Swede of course' fand IS he proud of the namej Although Norm has never been known to overwork he has accomphshed a great deal dunng his stay at U Hxgh As presndent of the Boys Club thus year he was certannly all that could be asked for 1f not more Swede also quntc an athlete and has demonstrated real abtlxty as a member of the school soccer basket ball and baseball teams He has been a loyal member and supporter of Hx Y for the last two years and altogether 15 one of the Hnest and best lnked fellows of the 34 class JOSILPH BERKOWITZ joe ts that small fellow who always has a good CU joke to tell and IS known to hns friends as Berky You can always tell joe by hrs cheer ful expressxon and gemal grm He has been actxve m extra currncular actnvxtnes durmg hrs attendance at U I-Ixgh he ts the presndent of the International Correspondence Club and ns on the board of the French magazine Berky 15 the champion test tube breaker of the Chcmnstry class and claims he IS going to make a record m broken equipment Joe as blessed wnth a hkeable person alnty that has made hmm many frnends and wall make htm many more we feel sure MARTHA ASHER The first prize for gmgglmg 1953 1934 goes to Martle There lsnt a class which she doesnt txous laughs and there 1snt a smgle person in those classes who ns xmmune from nnfectlon But please don t labor under the delusion that glgglmg ns all Martle does Oh my no' In her spare mo ments she IS a very good student and a hard work er As a member of the Crcatnve Wrltmg class thxs year she was one of tts most msplred and bnllnant members An altogether delxghtful per son to have around and U Hugh ns eertalnly go mg to miss her DOROTHY BOI NICKI Here we see the gurl wnth the so envied blond curls We ve often wondered how she keeps those curls Iookmg so terribly neat and pretty exery dav Dot has one of the mcest personalmes ln UH1gh Shes quite reserved and known mtl mately only to a selected few but many of us certainly would have llked to have seen a lot more of her Dot ns a verv good hockev plaver and xt s tough to have to guard her when she has the ball and ns drxbblnng swiftly down the Held Dot s blue hat may be seen far ahead of the rest nn lust about exery sport as well as nn many other things Tu cnly lbrfr k.a 3 cfil Oi X ,L-Je.u CE i2 5 2 X, 1X1 C1 H551 be KJ0 CFA: z bs QL! ff7X Q xx lj . 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I y V It 0 INISBA BRILLKI TNRIDLII Wlsba has only been wlth us a lnttle oyer two years but she hroueht wnth her a glow of enthu slasm that had not been found before Nnsba us so enereeue and peppy that eyeryone who knows her loycs her Thus year as she has been on the campus a great deal we hate not been able to see as mueh as we would lke to of the lnttle gurl from Kentucky lNlSb3 has certainly been a great asset to U Hugh during her stay and we are proud to haye her ln the elass of 34 We wxsh you the best of success nn your Social Seruce work Nxsba knowxng that you ll find nt ROBI RT BRUM BAUGH Robert, Brumy to vou has long been outstandnng member of the senxor class He be came a member of Phu Beta Slgma m hns Iumor year and has been a brxllnant member of the Honors elass for the past two years As edntor of the Cyareoyle this year he was eertamly respon sxble for nts sueeessful comebaek Bob has been a star hurdler for the track team the last few years and has been an ardent elub member dnud mg, hls tune between the Know Ll11eag.,o Club ar the Mlth Cl b Robert has tlwaxs stond hx3,1 mn sehohrshxp and eltxlenshlp und has re eextd many of the l1ll.,l1QSI mlrks un the SL1 ol for his work lumix four eff l LIZABFTH BROWN B tu ns one of those all around UH1ghers who enters unto all kmds of school actnvntles wlth a lot of pep 1lld enthusnasm She ns a good student and ns also 1 erand athlete bexng one of our star Imp hoekey basketball and baseball players She was ehosen as a member of Playfesters thxs fall and has been an mterested member snnce then N0 matter what you ask Betty to do you can depend upon her to do nt well for shes just that way lzyer slnce she entered school Betty has made many friends and we know they all yoln nn to wash her a lot of luck JANE CHANDLl:R Almost eyeryon knows Jane but to a stranger the words whneh will most exactly sum up her Characterxstncs are ablllty beauty and good sports manshxp She ms one of our yery best students and we don t doubt that many an instructor has been thankful that Jane was tn his class to ranse nts standard She ns a star athlete too and has made seycral All Star teams And as lf all ths were not enough she was the Student Council representatnc thxs year which certainly proxes her nmtlatne and her popularlty wnth her classmates lane has proyed herself capable throughout her sehool aetnntles and altogether ns one grand glrl VV' 'lji k.x Cl Ci ...ifmb cvs C322 l GO ,lxs.1. 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'E OQ2 Q QQ . - umlj E12 fl.-.1 IU 'XSL ffg CAROL CHENIFY When you hear a laugh that makes you want to youn un ut s usually from Carol Cheneys just the kund that you can t help lukung whether you work for her on a commuttee or whether you lust pal around wuth her Carol us vuce presudent of the Gurls Club thus year and how she pours tea' She has been a member of the Board for two years and was the treasurer un her Iunuor year She us a member of the Playfesters hawung been uts sec retary last year Carol can be udentuhed by those famous puns Once you ve known Carol youll never forget her or regret knowung her because s L IU that kund take ut from one vu o knows JOHN CLARK ohn us new un U Hugh thus year but he has made many fruends all along un the Senuor class He us a quuet and unassumung person who us al ways wullung to help hus classmates out of a duffuculty whenever he can He went out for the swummung team and proved humself an able swum mer who got many pounts for the team thus year Even though a new student John went out for Buology Club We expect to hear more about hum un the future and hus many fruends wull be eager to learn of hus certaun success HELEN CHIERA Helen us one of U Hughs pre uous possessuons those rare people who contrubute so much to duf ferent phases of school lufe and consequently whose loss us so keenly felt when they depart For who us goung to be so talented or oblugung when seventeen dufferent commuttce chaurmen and club presudents ask Helen how soon wull you bt able to have a poster done? It takes a colossal amount of patuence to cope wuth these requests but you have sc n for yourselves how successfully ut has been done Helens unusual abuluty has en abltd her to rakt charge of the art cdutmg of tht Correlator thus year whuch us just anothtr ex ample of her unutuatuve and orugunaluty NORRIS COAMBS Norrus easy gomg manner hus fruendluncss and kundness make hum one of the best luked boys un the school Ht has been very actuve un school affaurs especually un the Held of athletucs where he became a mauor letterman un track durung hus -Iunuor year Thus year because of an unuury Banjo as he us known to hus fruends could not partueupate un athletucs to any great extent Nor rus us known to be an ardent mulutarust and be duscussuon All ll U Hugh has benefited greatly by Norrus attendance at the school S here s luck to you un the future Norrus' xy! WMM Twuzly flu 'l I 3 3 CQTJ Lip uifs-1.1 C?- C513 iz G XX?-' -u cm LJ KST Ci lathe 4f7x,s lfxxx by Q' ' . V ' I , ,U l ' iff? . ' ' 2 I h-,S . st . - . Yh . Y . . . V - - l , ., . . . . in - l . , lul 1 L ' . ' . ' , ' ' , lx' IU , U . . l U .. . ' - U1 X several clubs, and was especually loyal to the cause of thus, he us often the center of a heated X , ' . ' ' . in a , - ' X 1 , -. . , . . - 0- p Q I I 1 ' . ' ' 11 u I l Q Q ai pth-U - KLA I U 1 , . 4' J O- if A l ' J - l E 'lrfv ' u l Fax u 1, u l .m l ' ' ' ff' '6E??e , , 11 tbl Au I I Q fp ' il I lx aff f so l is Gu 1 l f lfD 1 W- 1 I Q1 I Q I l gs u f u EWG? u 1 l l l u u u rg Q u X, u l . X Jlfxl lun 4 ' 9 eagfgu ,J i rio Sf-J ff u-Le., 53 lgcp g-,B OCD WU N : A4 Ffjo real we E l REA 1,0 fl Q, JACK LOOK 1Ax1Fs coom Y aelt Cook 18 best known lround U H11.,h for ns exer present rumor and w1se eraeks ns e araelerxsue has been enloyed hx both teaehers md students XX hen aek settles dow n to work he IS qunte the student belng one or the mmnstaxs of the eple malung, Math Ili elass Cooltle also IS a good athlete In has Sup momore year he went out for baseball and durmg the summer he played on the U Hugh Super Stars who were entered the Iegnon tournament The team d1dn t eet xerx wut rx w snr .melts fault beeause 1e was e xly one tlnt eoul 1 R ICHAR D C R AGCJ Rnehard IS a good example of U Hxghs traek tlellnil HL V19 J IURIHSIJN Cin thlh squad ln bilth llls Ulllllr And Stlllill' Xlnlrs and WIS 2 LODSISICHI pomt winner Although Dnek I9 normally tmrlx quiet he blossoms out In President Hut huns Honors elass and seldom misses an opportunxu to argue a ponnt As a hobby he has qulte a eolleetlon of guns and plstols whxch few of hrs class mates haxe seen He frequently can be heard enlarglng upon the ITXCFIIS of Purdue Umyersxty where he intends to contmue his studxes after leaung dear uld U Hugh We 10111 hls frlends ln wnshxng Rlehard much luck m the future ames IS one ot the most lnkeable fellows nn hrs else He has long dl5lll1Q.,Ul9l'1Ld lnmself as an xntramural basketball player and he ns also an ardent baseball fan ames has always supported the aetnntnes of the Boys Llub and IS a cham plonslnp pool player ames ns also a very good student He was elected to H1 Y ln hxs Sensor tear and LCfI3Il1lX deserxes the honor ln addr tnon he us one of the best members of the publxe spcakxng team haunt, been on nt for the past two years lmes rs one ot the Glee Clubs best tenors and has supported many of the other elubs around U Hugh too ARTHUR DI ATN Art 150111 of the popular members of the Sennor Cass and has lom, been known by ns emeerx smnle He IS one ot the outstandnng athletes ot hrs elass as he has been on the major teams for soccer basketball and baseball H 15 also xerx good ln lns sehoolwork and the machme shop has certannly benefitted from hls presence Art was good enough to be eleeted to H1 Y m hrs Iunlor year He has supported many of thc clubs around school and has been parueularlx mterested ln the Englneermg Club Art has made a great many trunds mn sehool who wnll eertamly regret his departure mn lune Tufnlg wx 'if x MQ Q Kia 'if 3 .if qi-.E pg 23 gl if riff'-.-' Qs L10 ,V X , gm lisw Q JP L J 1",,",' Y Q ' . - - 'E it 1 1' .. - -. , , 1 4, - , -. , - , 1 -. , ' f 121' fl ' ' . 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EDWARDS If you want something done and done well we advise you to consult Newton because he is un questionably one of the most willing even tem pered and agreeable fellows in the school He has proved himself a natural leader and an able in his freshman and senior years and also as a member of the Student Council and H1 Y New ton is quite a singer of southern ballads which are usually heard in the locker room or from under a shower He is also a good athlete and has distinguished himself both in soccer and track Heres luck keep up the good work Newton' DOROTHY ESHBAUGH Although Dot is very reserved in talking about her accomplishments she is one of the sweetest and most self possessed gurls m the school All of us think her very charming with a great deal of poise and she eertamly is one of our best stu dents All of her projeets are so very n at that most of us are ashamed of ours Dot is an eicel lent athlete and is spoken of with great favor among her team mates She is endovs ed with abil its and origmalitx along many lines Dot is a stauneh supporter of the sehool actnitics at all times whieh proves that she is indeed one of our IHOSI loyal U Hnghers ELIZABETH ENGLEMANI Elizabeth is one of those girls who always does everythmg competently and well Energetic and with lots of initiative she takes hold of anything and pushes it right through with a bang Have you ever heard her sp ak French' Well you yust for athletics she has made good in hockey base ball and volleyball Elizabeth has been a most efhcient news editor of the Midway as you can see by reading its columns We predict great things for Elizabeth in the future for she has l arned the secret of getting the best out of every thing as she goes along JEAN FILKINS jean is one of the sweetest girls in the Senior class Sh has always been an excellent student and this year is taking both French IV and Latin IV being exceptionally good in both Besides having good marks to her credit jean also takes part in many extra curricular activities As viee president of the French Club this year her mitia tive and helpfulness were greatly appreciated She is also go md in athletics and has made many teams eans pet mt rest though, is music and she was the faithful piano accompaniment to the orches tra throughout the year Jem has a grand dispo simon she is so obliging and is always doing something for somebody Tu vnly in rn ,449 H-1 kg l' rii ,-Aly 10X li X lm... 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' ' 9 , ' ' , . .4 a.J fx L5 f QA S.. 103 QCD g VN? l 91 El I xl K NANCY FRI UIND There aren t enough :udyectuyes un the language to describe 'Nancy s sterling qualututs blue us one of the most yuyacuous gurls un the 14 elass Her cheery dusposutuon has made utstlf felt un many vuaus and U Hugh us proud to ftkllbhllk a gurl same cheerful grun In addutuon Nano us one of the most strukung of all the gurls un the class Add to thus the fact that Nancy us one ofthe best luked gurls and us also one who can alvuays be relued upon to do her part and you hate an udta of her character ILLROY GOLDINC llRoy has always been one of the most brul luant members of the class of X4 Ht has taken part uuu many school actuyutues bu has not let them interfere with hus regular work Thus us euudenced by the faet that ht made Phu Bete un l s unuor year Among other thungs ht us presudent of the Ninth Llub .u memb r of tht Nludyxay board and of tht sthool Publut Sp nk ung team He us a quutt lukeible ftllovu euen uf he does luke to argut uuuth Xlr Stom llRou plans to attend the Unuuersuty ot Chutago 1nd vu feel e that bu t nutu ubuluty un yxullungness to yxorlt he yxull bt 1 suettss Turulg rlgfuf ROBI RT GILBI RT Bob us certainly ont of the smartest boys un e ss a also viell luked hating een elected to Hu H un his senuor year He us one of those yersatule people who us vuullung to guye up lots ot hus free time to help along hus school go e as vuell as n member of the staff of the French Vlagaurune Robert has alvsays supported the clubs around U Hugh and us at present a member of the Biology and Know Chicago Clubs Besides his other actuvutues Robert us one of the best barutones un the Boys Glee Club which he attends regularly MARGARET GRAY Margaret us the second of the Gray clan t graduate from UHugh Shes the one whom you haye probably seen running around un that cute little Chtuy Margaret us ont of those people vuho adds so mueh to the lufe of the school by just being there whueh us an utomplushment few people tan aehuue If you happen to be most wuuyvuhert you can set M:ury.,aret goung because sue nucr stems to stand stull unless to tell some one un passing., that she tant stop Peggy us also one ot the best dressed gurls un U Hugh Shes not l'u r to find un u erouxd eutlutr being a b ond and good looltunu, k.. of gf F' J k 1,0 V l v "I 3 u,!iQQ lu: :Q fl v 1 ,7'.. 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Hi wife-., S3 Q3 W9 l be MARY LETTY GREEN BEATRICE HALL Tall and wnllowy thats Mary Letty and a If you have ever heard the expressxon Luttle good dancer too Ask the gurls as vtell as the bo s and theyll all say yes to that As or elothes shes a marvelous dresser always the ast word ln good lookxng fashions Mary Letty was the chanrman of the House Commlttee of t e Glrls Club and was also the chalrman of t e Soclal Committee of the Senior class Both ,obs she dnd exceptionally well but then that IS to be expected for she always rises to any occaslon Mary Letty IS a loyal and valuable member of the Senior class and IS extremely popular mth every one We know she ll have a happy future' KATHRYN HARI1 All through the cold weather who IS the lueky gurl who rldes around wnth a certam frlend nn a black Chevy 5 Well we envy you Kay' But Kay does a lot more than just rxde around She xs a xery good exeeutlve shown by the fact that she was the sueeessful and entlrely capable ehanr man of the Settlement Committee thus year She gate some extremely entertalnmg partnes through out the year for the chnldren at the Settlement and her servnees were greatly appreclated Kay has one grand dlSP09lIl0l'l She is always on the go and I5 more than wxlllng to do all she can to but oh my' you wxll know that nt must surely have been written for the express purpose of de scrnblng Bea What she lacks m stature she makes up ln accomplnshment for Bea ns good nn what ever she attempts She ns one of the best athletes m the school and has made many All Star teams What ns more she was the successful president of the G A A this year Bea IS one of those prom: nent seniors who I5 popular wnth everyone m school thing hand Car during friends of the mnler usually books bers of Class excuses any of humor She IS always cheerful mterested nn every and I5 always wnllmg to lend a helpmg CARL HASSFNSTI-'IN came to U Hugh ln hrs umor year and these two years he has made many lastmg He IS one of the hard workxng members track team and IS a very good quarter Carl ns qunte a student of German and carrxes around about two or three German He ls also one of the outstanding mem Vlr Thomas Plays and Play Productlons Car has one of the best colleetlons of and alnbns around the school flust ask t e teachersj Because of his sense of an very agreeable attltude he ns well J x Twenlg mm' H114 Q3 Clin C ED ig i GCD . il To ll Qs i- Qxx V15 . , . ,, . l ' y ' , " -" . f ' . - ..-f... , ' , , 1, 1 - - U - , , if f . , V . h . K. A i in t : - . ' - -' ' - Q: . , A Y. i . ' . . . 4 . R 65 3 , Y . . . ' ' ' ' , ' 1 . ' ' - F- Y ' - ' - , . l ' " ' wal .., .U A .. a ern lg - -xl ' - ., " ' ' he . ' ' Z Xe, f N . , , I d I . I, I .K Ln' ' help everyone. So herc's to you, Kay! liked by all of his classmates. , I ' . 1 I I I ' 1, l l dll xg Hhs 'K S 1' G ll xxx W ., , ' ...tv " is ' K Q' .X . at , I 2, K F X ,. QL ' I 'k l 'A 1 'V ' l 3-fl ' itgju Lf, ' - A', C Q1 - TL W i . 5 1 . I 1 1, ' . ' ' ' ,R f- mg , Y ., ,mel - f l ii fi ,-- -,f , R l l 1 Q X I 4 . - Q 'F .xo J f' lv l ,Lfgiiw 'T kffl 2 K l Y L5 f- 'I ," I 'ltr' 5 ' If 1 Q ' -- f', ' f l l r" 2 'fl KX 1 ' l IQ 6 X Vlad , , g Q5 1 l la lf. l .11 y,..J 2 13 I Wy XI-L.. 5 7 I Q gli 4-D Rf?-f 23 .f W1 I li kj LTD : ,fm XXQ Q BIIRNARD HASTFRLIK You haye probably heard ofthe g,enIal gentle n n of the aI Well our frIend Bernv Qlienj Hasterhk IS known to us 1ll as the gemal gentle man of U I'Ilg,l1 I3 rnIrd Isn t as tall as some Of hIs fellow elassmates whIeh IS the l11Clll'l reason fo IIS non partIeIpItIon IH 2lIlllLfIk9 Howeyer I oes take part ll'l other IelIyItIes of tlIe sehool I h was presIdent of the Moyne Llub w IIeh was espeually successful that year under hIs lead ersIIp If you haye made frIends WIIII Bernard you reahle w Iat 1 real p-Il he I9 Ind be Ieye you me Iierny hIs mule many fnends durmy, hIs attendanee If U I'I!L,l1 IAC KSON HI RSCHI L aekson I9 another loyal member of tlIe Semor elass He Is the quIet person who InlIabIts tIIe maehme shop and makes all of those CI'1j,ll'ILS and tools In school jackson has worked hard and has had good grades In I'll5 subyects H IS a member of seyeral clubs whIeh he supported faIthfully He IS also a very good athlete and lIas won seyeral Intramural awards In soccer basket ball and baseball ackson IS also an excellent ICDHIS player and can beat almost anybody In school at fl'IlS game He has made a great many fnends durmg hIs stay at U HIgh and lIe eer tamlv wIll be mlssed next year by eyerybody ROBERT HEINFMAN H re IS another case where the best came at tlIc last for Bob just Iomed the class of 14 thIs year y,IyIng, U High the break that Hyde Park has beeII gettmg, for the past tIIree years Bob IS 1 fellow who IS easy to know and who makes a firm frlend He has become yery popular durmg hIs short stay at U HIgh As a member of the IKIIFIIS swImmIng and track teams he has shown aII Interest III athletIcs that he would have carrIed further had he been here longer He lIkes tennIs and lf IS rumored only rumoredj that he lIkes ree I1.1lI' Amway h res lots of luek to u Ion ne InnIe to her frlen IS one of I meest and best natured I,Irls H1 the elass always belne, most oblII,Ing., and ready to do anythmg for anybody She IS one of our best athletes as she hoes out for just about eyery sport and generally manages to make first Imp or cyen tlIe All Star teams She has been a loyal supporter of many clubs and has been a member of the Art Club for three years anes school work IS also yery good as she IS one of those people who always does her homework So heres success to you Iane and yye know that youll find t l Tlnrfy se?- -'-1 LA 2 Cir g ,,Lfe...v CE C553 Q, R7- f 4, I+ ii-Al: gil l fi QE KQD QXX Q7 in Il 1 I , H A U! ,. ., , Q - , . , you I 4 lil X i-, -, '- 1 ,, ' " -I Q ' 'Lg l 2 d ' ' I ' z"'A", ' . n ' . 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' ' . .' fini!! 1 1 1 I l' ' D- ' V ' l ' I ' l l ll U7 Y G . eff! 2:-I ,fs l 'ELAN l X 'Q' ' ff , of y X Q 1 mA Jili Gxlgi-iq, ,VVVVTL H i Na 1 n ' ' ' ' ,Q 1 I l 'li l III Q Fla 4 j ,mi 1 Bm. 1 f' l .g,gT 1 Q ' mx-rj N fl Vlrlf' if l'1"",fDN C- 2 57 : 2- r 15 l '35 l LQQ, E, tax I KSQXX a y ' 4114. cb ii PF .Y- -53 E ,P O9 GD H47 I 4A t Iii Q17 Ei :--'ir QQ fK7X XO bi Hl INRY lAUl RX1AN1 Henry Lauerman ns an 111 1roJnd athlete a yery able student and a great fellow This short black haxred mdnldual ean be found either arculng or vxrapp d nn deep thought Besides bemt, a good natured lrnshman he eertamly IS a peaell of a fellow with a sense of humor Henry 15 OHC of the few lndlvnduals m the world who able to keep hrs studies flr above the ayerage and at he same time master the dxfferent sports as ony a pro does In his lunlor year Hank was elected t H1 Y and Phu Beta Sxgma and m hs Semor year Henry was president of that great Honor Society W ILLIANI Ll XX IS Bell holds one of the most Important ofhces nn the school that of Student Councll presxdent H IS eertamly ably fitted for the job and has done much toward nmproymg the counenl and making nt a much more vyorth yyhlle organwatnon Bull IS one of the star students nn the class and ts takmg tvyo college courses thus year He was elected to H1 Y nn hls umor year and has been an mterested member smcc then Bull 15 also one of the yery best svummers m the class havmg been captam of the swnmmmg team as a Iumor Bull ns well hked by hrs classmates and as bound to succeed In the future BURXL LAZAR Thus jolly bood natured mdlyndual ns the frlend of many and IS liked by all Besldes being ln the upper quarter of the Senxor class Buryl has a wonderful sense of humor which ns possessed by fem Honors students of U Hugh Buryl ns not quite sueh an ardent athlete as some of hrs fellow ehssmates but you cant blame hum for that last sprung he surprised many by running, the mile xn Eye plus ibut vye eouldn t flnd what was plus This year he I5 takmg Honors one of the hardest courses known around these parts and at the same tune ns nee president of the Nlath Club ll RON!! LOLHN1 AN Daynd as he ns known to hrs frnends ns one of the star members of the Senior class He IS marks haye put many of us to shame He 15 one of the best mechames nn school being able to take a radio or electrne motor apart and put lt baek to1,ether agzun better than almost anybody else Dated was one of those few fortunate people to make H1 Y thus fall and IS a loy al supporter of three elubs at present Daynd ns takmg several college eourses, Whlkll ts the reason me haye not seen so much of lnm thus year Tblrlg four ri-y ferr lt-L-Q Cl C3 ,.,,.s ,-,Il lg K32 2 P575 Rf I?-lm: Cfiil 12' fl! :ini :QE- :fox 'Qxx Qfje if . 5. . ' I HU , , .. . . 'u-vl if t we y H e -fe Q X A ' ' . v ass.: - ns '. , Y A 4 . 1 i '-' . ' '. . '. 9- A ' 7 ' ' ' l V A any 1 K N ' W V tr ' ' ' . 's : 1 . . VT 5'-'Q' ' 'l " " ' hard worker in his studies and his consistent high 1 . Y . l . I .Q l l . 4 y I .- . ..J. I I ,yi . I r Y 1 m W X , . . Q .y v I .A Y l ', ,, ' ' ' lu e 1. ll 1 Nl , 39 4' ffl 'AK ,T lfls 1 l 'D ' X y l Q5 l l K l lkx l -oi lfxmd A w . .Ill ll I ll l f l 4 V1 WK ' I D lows, I srfjss Psy 1 ' l V' 1 x , l l , Vu ,L-Ai., 2 ti su-14. l Q25 il 'XQ 9 9 X1 4 lkj to .AT K7X UQ K JJ Cul ORGI' Mel LROY George or Red as ht us popularly ltuuown one ot tht most versatule members of the Senuor class Besudts workung on the Nluduxay C urgosle and Freneh Vlugazune h has tumt to play n unspurung game of basketball and rehearse wuth t e Playfestcrs of whuth he us a very attuwe mem er George us .1 member of several clubs and was one of thu. few unuors to make Phr Beta Sugma ast year He us as brught un French and I'nglush as hus haur us red and as for hus ready wut and humor nobody can surpass hum Next year Red wull certamly be mussed by all hus classmates WILLIANI MLNI ILL Bully us the edutor of the Vludway one of U Hughs most outstandung publucatuons Hu. us one of those people who say luttle and atu.omplush much for Bully has really athuevtd a plutt for humseli at school He us wry good un hus studuts and has tume besudes wrutung, edutoruals for the Nludway to undulge un many untramural sports As one of the outstandunu, members of the Senuor elass he has topped the lust un scholarshup Lutuzen shup and cleanluness vsutness hus beung elected to Hu Y thus wear Bulls us a supporter of seseral clubs around s hool and us a charter member of the Vlath Club beung one of those who helped to organuze ut EDITH MCKINSTRY Who us that stunnung lookung gurl walkung down the hall' you ask Why that us fduth of tourse As a representatuwu. of tht Sunny South she cert1unly does honor to her sectuon of thu. tountry for she us one of the best lookung gurls un school Lduth us also zu wonderful athlete She was captaun of the second Pep team un hockey thus fall and ctrtaunly played a mean game If you hawent seen Eduth play tennus you ue mussed a lot for she us our nomunee as the second Helen Wulls We wull muss Izduth a lot next year but we know she ll have a happy future wherever she lands HFRMA XIALINC1 Although Hermzu entered U Hugh as u Stnuor slum. has mude a grtut many frutnds duruuug luer short stay htre She us a sen brulluant student always btung able to solue the hurdest Math prob ltms Pvtn though she us new thus year she has entered reuduly unto the outsude :uctuvutues of U Hugh She us an actuvt member of the Art Club and has bun a great help to that orp,anu7atuon She was 1 verv enthusuastuc member of the swum mung class 1nd went out for many of the teams dururrg tht second quarter Hernua has a marvel ous dusposutuon :und us alsxaxs wullung to help a fruend Tlaurty fu, e mu V 'Xt V+. 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' ' ' t - - ' l - u ujpr A ez ply i x r, - H I V . 3 W' ,' . v v.S, . . wx 1 I ' - - - -ii! e:::b C1223 ulfx ZYJS Qibl X Q9 L-'Aw Wendi f? t7'xi t K Y ff IX IANIT VATTFR XX ho vsrntes those terrlbly eleyer xtorles qand h1s Ind scyeral of them pubhshed IUDJ7 V ho 1s so ambmous as to re ld Freneh every smelt- day ycry good xn Freneh md also 1n her other elasses Then too she has been one of the mams ays ot seyeral of U Hugh s elubs namely the Freneh and Art Clubs But to erown all of her aeeomphsh ments she has ably filled the dnfheult posltxon of assnstant edltor of the Correlator thls year Ianet IS vtell hked by the members of her elass beeause she Ins a wonderful sense of humor and IS a lot of fun JUDSON MORRIS udson ns a quiet Sort of an xndlvldual but when he opens hrs mouth Words flow forth that mean something As il result judsons floor talks are enjoyed by eyeryone He rs yery neat and s one of the best dressers ln the Sennor class Thxs year ud ns one of the Semor reps to the greater Boys Club board and has done a fine job for anythmg Iud does he takes sernously and therefore does ll well ud IS also quite an athlete Besides bcnng a natural dead eye ln basketball he has also been one of the mamstays of the track team for the past three years Tfm ly wx ROBFRT Nlllll R Bob ns one of the most eyen tempered and best liked boys of the elass ot 34 As .1 member of H1 X nn hxs umor year, and as its presxdent thxs nmproyed the eharaetcr of the club H a shark on parl1.1mentary procedure and has put thus knowledge to good use as president of H1 X Bob ns one of the hardest workers nn the el1ss but he would newer rate as a grind because hrs mterest ln extra currlcular 3kflVlIlCS shovss hmm to be an all round good fellow Hrs many close friends vsxll be mterested ln vxatchmg hrs future 1eeomphshments NTARJORIE NIOULTON Nlarjornes xersatnhty makes nt yery dlmffull to Fund the rneht words to describe her She gets marvelous grades but certamly no one would call her a grrnd As a umor, she was the advertxsmg manager of the Mldvsay and this year vsas the vtorthy edltor of the Correlator, bemg the second enrl nn hlstory to gam thns dlstmctlon Hovxeyer Mares socnal achnevements stand out as much as do her fine seholastxc accompllshmenrs She IS al ways one of the well dressed best lookmg smooth est dancers on the floor and IS a great frxend to lle many acquamtances and pals Watch her' XM. predxet that she mll make an envnable place for herself an the world V' ff-7 lpn 4::: Cfiin 4-ve ,,..fL.v 465 Q fl GQ CfiI3 iIg,l CTTXU z dQ,f Qxx QQ ' N ffl All -lgftl' 'X . 1 ! 9 :G 2 1711? ll fTl finsp :D-VK? 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Kwx MQ 0,2 NANCY NIMVIONS The very fact that she IS presldent of the Gxrls Club tells a lot about Nancy That odice must be held by one who ns a generally popular fh cnent and well rounded person Nancy has had the honor of four years on the Girls Club board pustly descrxed becmse of her 1bxlntw and charm But not all of htr energy was dexoted to the Curls Club for she was secretary ofthe Art Club durnng her umor year Then too Nancy has dont more than her share athletlcally being a prominent Imp And nts rather curxous how con lrxry tothtmustry llkt obyccts attract each other for msmnce two ccrt1ln presldcnts of ctrtaln outstanding, clubs BABI TTI PFLAUNI comlng down the hall vuth tht look of accom plnslung what she started out to do IES Bobby One of U Hngbhs star workers Cwhen she gets around to :tj and stnll doesn t look the worse for wear Bobby ns unsurpassed m the art of mental telepathy or some such thang because no matter what you mnght start out to say she mvarmbly fwmshts 1t enther with you or for you Really there are very few pcople who can do that quite so unerrmgly and nonehalantly nonchalance be trg one of Bobby s most enviable traits PHILIP PALMILR Phxl IS one of the hardest working and one of the most d pendable and likeable fellows at U Hugh He has dont much to help the class cf 34 keep nts leadcrshlp m athlttncs having won .1 major ln his umor year for lnbhtwenght basket ball and haung, played on many of has class athletu. ttlms Ilst vear bsldts belng., elected presldcnt of the lilolopy Club Phxl was made a mcmb r of HI Y Ht certalnly filled tht pos: tnon of photography editor of the Corrtlltor ld mlrably md ns to be congratulated on tht sut cess of his undertlklng lleciuse of Ins pleasant ptrsonalxty Phil ns one of the best Inktd boys m SLl10Ul KATI-II RIINI PI IWIAN res a ltlt descrlptnon thxt vull h 1 Sus that good naturcd little blond who has so many good looking clothes and alw1ys has I cheerful smxle for everyone. If ever you n ed sympathy or cheering up go right to Kay for she I5 'Always wnllmg to help IH any way shc can Kay his made a place for herself among her class mates through her sunny drsposxtxon and loyal frlendshlp She hasnt decided where she as going, to school next year but we re sure that shell Ht nn bcautnfully for Kay 15 always welcome wherever she goes Tblrly ac 1 rn I Q UO IQ123Cf1QlQIQZtt 517 I lHIC2Df QW I , A-I ,, Qi, t m v .. I ' I I IW A X, I 3 Illia f I 1 QQ- 'wxpgfgifv -G I I3 Fm I Tl I 9 V' 'U fb QW- H1 9 - 2 E3i,,9 A-I L11 ' - 3 Q ' . gg ' ' ?... . ' l . . ' , E' D I' ' 5 3 . . , . D' ' G 1 i . , . .S . ' ., ." . T L-V: , 'I Vu . ', E , " . ' - . .4 I -' , 15- V" - II. .1 . . -'v . ' I ' U-,l I. n. . . A ' ,E 1 1 I I. j h .T154 r Av l , . lQ , , 1 l ' I If f E Y ' yf I V ,f VI R E? 1 eat! 02-7 ,GJ 13 rib 742 .Qe-. Q'-A-7 105 Q A H l l Gals IXNI RINDI R TL 5 L NUS S I L 5 SLITIOI' elass L IIT LXLL till NTUJLHT bLll'l among the teyy ehosen tor memberylnp nn Ihr Bet: 1 ma during thexr u lor ye r e yyonderiul athlete l11lklIU, IIIUOSI xll the All Star teams and this year wls the sueeessful lep cap tam anes many deeoratne posters can alvyays be reeognwed throughout the halls beeause they are so exeeptlonally good She has alvyays been mterested nn the Art Club and yyas president of this elub m her umor year ane ns one of the sweetest gurls ln the sehool and her attractxye personallty has vyon her many trnends Duane has humor blgger and better than vye ye eyer had the prlynlege ot vyntnessmg before If she has done nothmg else we e1n say she s eontrnbuted generously to U Highs funny snde of hte whxeh means so much to us hard yyorkmg slaymg stu dents yyho neyer haye tlme for that sort of thing, O If thns sounds rather doubtful just notlee our worn and wearned expresslons until Duane eomes alonx, to cheer us up Then we re just one bug smlle and ready to start all over agaln But that nsn t all she s done for eyer smce Duane came to U Hugh as a Frosh she has vuorked hard and has been a good student IRI ADXXI LL RUML read a he is ealled by his frxends xs mn of those students of yxhom vye see yery httle be LTUSL he ls taklng eollege courses aeross the earn pus Beyxdes bexng one of the most bfllllillll Sen nory Tread I5 a member of H1 Y He has been an 1 et to the soeeer, swnmmmg and basketball teams havxng, made many class and Intramural lC1I'l1S He IS one of the most popular boys ln school and hns unfrulmg good humor and good I'l11I1llEI'S haye rnghtly earned hmm the name of one of the most pollte boys xn school Tread ns hound to be a sueeess nn the future so heres to IIITT Teddy ns one ot the most yn acnous people U Hugh has ey er knoyx n She neyer seems to be laek mg., something to do or the proper amount of pep and energy to do ut Besndes this she ns one of our star aetresses haynng yoxned the Playfesters :A couple ot yelrs 150 and has been ll1 several sue eessful plays We vyonder what the Gnrls Crlee Club yynll do neXt year vynthout Teddy here for she has lent her yolee to this club for several years Her many credntable piano recntals wnll long be remembered by us enyxable souls :lt van ous teas elub meetings ete As an all alound U Higher Teddy eant be beaten Thu I5 eight gy l ei ,SD -U30 QD GG CX?-X ,at l -1 3 SEX vffkl Qxx! lcl 'W ' , 'J A' 1 ff .1 -ri gi U ,lax ' it one of th' 1 t vcr .ll-l' girli in the "T - ", s ' ' ' ' ' '- g, ' nc xl Q A K, y. 1sl4. I I, Q W ,I 1 K ,Y , Q, k 2 i i 4- X Tu S'g A A ' -' ll n' y' xx . Sh' is also ll ., - -' v - ' 'V Q . N'-' l -eff , ' , . , ' , A I . ' . , 1 , '- . , F l - - J T, , .. , ,, V , ks' - , , r . . ix . X . n ',,' ' , K' , lx x . 'Y , . 4 i .L GD ,, . - . - , L, , -, , be - , . xo 1 . ' v X , , . . ' ', . I ' y l 1 .Li P DIANE SAHATH THIQODORA SCHBHDT 4' fl' ' - - ny, , , '. , 4 A ,- - - l W 1 H h 1 Y- V . I ' Y, . . P' , - - - ex 7 sg ' ' - .Y ,, - , ' v r D . .I . ,V, l, w -, - CD . . 'v A ' y V V ' - -y ', v x . A . I 1 - - - - , - U' ' ' . V I n omg Y A , ,E ll y ' l G l ,' 1. P l 1 T gy- t Y 1 'N uffl l V95 ,ev ' 3' l f y y . N K P r' . K7 l' y f' l l ' ' ' ' y n I ly 1 , ' 0 I 1 lil T P' K I .1 Q l T r V l l l l " , nf l Q l I X l X F ll,..J I Z 5 11. I If tj 4 5,JI 3 Qi Q, C7 7 . f., 1-3... 1-1 ,1- -1.1 if 4 if ..,, A I-i, RICHARD SCHWARTZ Richard IS known to be one of the most bril llant bovs in tht Senior class His arguments are at times received with despair by his teachers fand fellow classmatesj because of their bril lxancy Thc Honors class can testify to this Un of knowledge as he has not gone out for many outside activities However his scholastic record makes up for any athletic deficiency on his part Dick s onc of U Highs master chemists heme of the old firm of Schwartz and Cragg We ut pcct to hear great things about Duck in tht years to come In fact do not be astonished nf before long you see that hc has rcviscd Dnagramatics HARI OW SMYTH Ladxcs and gentlemen step up and mcet the Great Harlow No he isn t the famous basketball star but he has done work around U Hugh paral lel to that of the Great Haarlow Harlow stands well over sm feet and he :sn t clumsy in the least This is proved by his splcndxd work in soccer and track Starting in the elcmentary school he has worked hard and improved each year up to his senior year where he topped it off by becoming business manager of the Midvu ay For this reason the Vlidvnay had a very successful wear because mything Harlow does h takes seriously and as 1 rcsult hc does it well CORA ANN SCOTT Cora Ann or better known as Scotty is one of those extremely intelligent girls who has in dulged in the classes across campus It IS for this reason perhaps that you have not seen as much of hcr as you would have liked to Cora Ann just been a great asset to the school and has made many friends Speaking of frncnds you wonder at all those trips to West Point Almost every gurl is envious of Scotty and most of them wish that their fathers werc in the army too Then mavbe they could be a West Ponnterettt also WILLIAM STFAD Bill is one of the best humored and bcst liked members of the class of 34 He has shown great talent in basketball baseball and soccer He runs a consistent half mile in track and is also good in the relays As manager of the track team Bill did a fine piece of work He has supported sex eral clubs during his stay at U High as well as participated in many intramural sports When he leaves U High Bill will take with him that cer tain something m the way of a cheerful counten ance and ready wit that has made lnm so popular among both the boys and gurls at school Pbn M mm X b-R. 3 Ci L-S ulflv l QQ Ll X, C4 l Ciil 227' Cli' ihl-z 425 wx Qx Q2 . : X' QU IIN , ' MI I W , I A If X If be I 7,1 I N I C ' I I ' G I , , I to 1 IQ It s Ihr I'Ti' ' I 1 I Z A .I ' 1 so I l ' 2 I ',l I E ' , . 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' ' , N Kg! 5 ti K 7 f gl -gl : Ei ' lj : 4 e3 HQ 017 ADA STEELE Ada us one of U Hugh s greater socuety of musu clans She has always worked hard for the musucal end of the school havung been presudent of the Xlusuc Club and a member of the orchestra and Glee Club Besudes beung one of our best uolun st she us one of our best students She has gone through two years of Honors wuth flsung colors whuch was no easy matter She was one of the few unuors to make Phu Beta Sugma Besudes all thus Ada us also actuve un sexeral other fields She has been assocuate edutor of the Gargoyle for two wears and was also chosen for membershup Play festers WILLIAM STEVENS Bully as everyone calls hum us one of the most lukeable chaps un the Senuor class Although small un stature Bully us one of the most Important and best luked members of the class of 54 For the last two years he has been a member of the Boys Club board thus year servung as uts treasurer H has long been a class oihcer havung held the posu tuon of vuce presudent two years un a row Last year Bully was made a member of Hu Y and he us a member of varuous clubs around school too Bully has always been an outstandung athlete on both the untramural and school teams Forlg Qf,?ag."'?ff 'IAJ MARTHA STEERE Mart has always been one of the best luked gurls un her class Perhaps thus us due to the fact that she us so sweet and has so much tact or maybe because she us such a good sport and has such an exceptuonally good dusposutuon Anyway she us a marvelous athlete and makes practically all the first Imp teams and many All Star teams Last ytar she was a member of the G A A board Mart has partucupated un many extra currucular actusutues around school and was good enough to get unto Playfesters Its people luke Martha who make U Hugh the grand place that ut us BEN STEVENSON Here us the Clark Gable of U Hugh Ah he can do wuthout Garbo but can Garbo do wuth out hum? Of course not and neuther can U Hugh Ben us one of those all around fellows he us presu dent of the Drama Club a very urutellugent stu dent and last but not least a peach of a fellow However Benuy has two weaknesses a certaun belle and hus abuluty to collect punk slups Certaun phy sucal ailments have hampered hus partuclpatuon un athletucs but he has fought hard and overcome them Thus year he was one of the maunstays of the soccer and basketball teams besudes beung a great golfer -..fx..4.1 l N E 'Ox CPS Lf GQ y 32. lam, QQ km C11 ' 3 Eb O T50 - 175 el " . le CAM, VS fp K X I 9 If 1 an We lg ff? m 'Q QCD 2 J ,Ill l"' QQ Qfoll 427 fl' 'IMI' A -A , t L V, I Q t g"l IQ -w I A " ' '.-.' 1 Q qifx-av i i 5.1L-4, U 'E Oi l QC? .. . u lib 'T lib 3 Q , IIQ f KATE SULZBERGER Kate ns our Imp captam need more be sand as far as athletlc ablllty IS concerned? For one has to be very good to be able to full that envmble posmon Besndes she IS a hard worker an evcel lent student and loads of fun to be wlth Some of her brnght Pj remarks really ought to g down m history Katle IS one of those mdlspen sable people without whom the school would be lost And qulte xrrelevant to the fact that shes a good athlete and student shes a very good lookmg one A mere glance at the ball wlth those eyes and well wouldnt you jump right nn the basket too7 ADA SW INF FORD And here ladnes and gentlemen vs hive he shmlng example of the Ideal U Higher Ada ns one of our very best students and IS one of those ambitious mdxvxduals who has ventured to take up Math IV Besndes her mterest nn Muth Ada IS one of the most outstandlng gurl athletes m er elass She always makes the Pep team and as one All Star team m almost eyery sport Ada can always be depended upon to help a frnend 1nd IS nnvanably pleasant and ready wnth some clever remark So all ln all we just can t say enough ln her favor' WILLARD SUVIMERS Here he IS ladxes and gentlemen that tall sm lent man who xs very good natured and has qultea sense of humor Because of other mterests out side of school which have taken up much of hns tnme Vullard has not been able to take part nn athletics to any great degree but he ns a loyal supporter of the school and its teams He IS qunte an mdustrxous student and ns a hard working loyal member of H1 Y He IS somewhat sclentnflcally mclnned and very much interested ln Blology Willard ns one of those who ns liked bs all who know hxm and who always fits nn wlth the Kf0Wd FLI TLHI R TAYLOR Research ln the realms of history reyeals that l-leteher has never hurrned hnmself about any thang He IS a very quiet Ul1lS5UITlll'lg fellow mth a pleasant southern aeeent md an ever pres ent smlle He was orlgmally 1 member of the Cltss of 53 but fortunately for the school we have been 1ble to have hmm with us agaln thls year In athletics hxs mam Interests he nn traelt runner He was also a member of Hx Y and was a hard worker and loyal supporter of that organ uatlon Beeause of has many good qenlntnes Pleteher has made 1 great many frlends durmg hls stay at U Hugh wfrs 'Me yu L l Forty one LX fi g7 ox LDS kip PQ gk.-fs.. 9. ...Qi 1 Q 'fs j Iii r : SB el gm i n , 1 yl ' 4 ' U , W. x . 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I Mmm LJV ky ill CM5 YE tl!-3 L K XJICJ7' vii JUNICDR CLASS HI JUAIORS hue sueetssfully gone thus fir through sehool md lt won t be long now untll thu lrf. rtldy to tllxt on the 1LSpOI1Sll'Jll1tlCS of the Seniors exerv sport Ind wxnnmg their sh lre of m ljor md mlnor letters The glrls like WISL eame out for sports ind sueral of them manlged to memke the All Stu teams The unlors ire 1lso high 111 scholushlp Ind eluen students from thls elass were idmltted 1l1t0 Phl Bets: Slgml The socul functions held by the un xors were ellwny S enjoylble Ind well attended The Senlors can safely pass on thls sprlng kDOW1I'lg thit the elemss of 35 wlll successfully Ind Cenplbly start where they left off 101111 Palmm Robmf A'ff'H'll1llI lollx wx 1' X, LL Til il 1 f T 1 fu 1 , .L , 1- ff J l l . fgyl l T .l .x ijt we 4- l f'iQi,f l S O, Q. fl ,ef 1' efvf H1 lf f7 - V , l cl ,f - ' r . Ar.. T 'T ' V1 f K ll C r ' T l l lg: 4? GW , ' ' ' I I I N N , 'rx ' i ' 'A' ' ' Q 1 1 I ' . hX 7 The boys were very good xn athletlcs thls year, Ililllilllg school teams 1n almost ' 31 ' H X " 1 ' ' ' L . z ' ry, ' ' ' " . J A . ' 1 'Y v 1 ' ' , 1 ' ' ' I I u w 4? Q . . . x . 1 .A . X J - I E+ I , . y V x K . . 3 AQ xl' fu y 1 3 il - "J: n Y ' --- - I Y ,. rd' "5 ' ' T fl' V - 5, - Y 1 , K ! y I A If X ff fig 4 'CJ il Gif, QL C90 ,-N25 0 , f-fr X 4 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS john Pllmer Pu Ildlllf Robert Merrmm Inf Pr: mlm! PlI"ld1W Benedlct Scanlan W1lI1nm Ade 'Trzavurcr Charles Zerler Smml Clllflllllffll Cljtlllllldll B1rbara Furry Stud: nf Coum 11 Rr fm If llfllfll r Vlr Welver lun 11113 AJ: nor Mr Ivtlllll F0115 vrzcu I'-17 RQ I C121 L.q- 4? 32 lb f I J Y x QQ 1475.21 l J isis I J ,i.J QU ICS In IS' I EAI K, I I j I I I XXI V IN v I M I I I ISS I In ITI f IG GJ I I I I Ii Q I , LI I , Id I uh It .V I A V,.. ,H .. IIN M I,,II,I,, I .I,. ,,,, ,ll I QQ 4. ..,.... ., .. , A , ' gf I I , I I , I, , X, , , I . I .... , , ,. 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L s -Sta I , QUPHUMQRQ gf. f3 fqvx Qi, : : 4 kj F23 : S47 SCDPHOMGRE CLASS HL MI MBI RS of the Sophomore class hue contrlbuted somethlng to the lnfc of the school ey ery' year, and thls year ex en more so They haye shown rhe1r nnterest ln school llfe ln many ways In athletlcs both the boys and the gxrls have come out for after school practlce and as 1 result were able to make many of the class teams Sex eral of the boys were also able to make the school teams Many of the members of the class of 36 have shown an acuve nnterest ln the publlcatlons and also 1n the clubs Arthur I rwm, presldent, and the SOCIRI com mlttee gaye some xery well attended partles As un1ors next year, we hope the class keeps up the good old school spmt Arfbur frum Bel!! 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I FREEHWXN Kg! Cp rfb .fctfx fbl N67 2 EJ fdwrl '-'X 1 kxl PRES!-IMAN CLASS LTHOUGH they have only been at U High for a comparatnvely short tlme the members of the Freshman class hue already made a name for them selxes W1th George Rmder headxng the class officers as presldent and Mr Anderson as faculty advxsor a great deal was accompllshed Several class par tres were gnven and were very Well attended Many of the Freshmen boys came out for athletlcs IH Sunny Gym and were able to beat che Sophomores 1n several games The gurls also came out for athletlcs The members of the Freshman class han worked hard and haxe recelved good grades We certalnly hope the class of 37 Wlll contlnue to be as successful next year and nn the years to come George Rzmlz r CHTOIIHC' GN1110 Ilftx fo if k.a 13 Gig N T iii O F 9 tl: ii, K JP l XYZ W f a y a ., ayyy , T To or Q - -f l :H M1 l e - . 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'lu ll. gm Il N1 Xhlur .md N11 ,- 1 '11, I MPREEHMAN ,wwe eq,c,l+ some 1' 1.04 H-f SUB FRESI-IMAN CLASS GREAT DLAL of promlse has been shown by the Sub Freshman class thls year The class oihcers were xery well chosen w1th ane Vall as presldent M Vaal was the capable and well l1ked faculty ads 1sor Although new to the ways of the school th1s year the Sub Frosh soon overcame that feelmg of strangeness that anyone feels upon entermg a new sehool md started out to do bug thmgs The class partles were 1 suecess as the members practncally came out m full force Both the boys and the glrls came out for athletlcs and many good games were played off ln both secuons Wlth such a good start the Sub Freshmen are bound to go far so here s hoplng they keep up the good work jaw Vail IOIJII Markham Ffh mqlf "ill k.A ' C..-7 fQ7A l C3 K: gjb Blk in kj V . l ' CX' S Q l N lv P , . xe.,,... z , W lf 1 , ,N I X E 1 , ' -i' - 4 :L 'wg we f- I , , c ' I K S '-i K , f Yfxl ' . 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' ' l lbf.:-X el, fd W Q I , ,Y l 1?-ZS.: w JANE QCYV, U l l GY N 43 J 1 fl e 1 Ca xx l M , 'i - 'K 1 '41 Mui 'rf-.J W Ai Z-x -fvf f K Aff -lx ,I XY Z 5 L.-.. .me V.ul Ruth Wood Margaret Breudl ack Hovs er Allce Northrup Iohn Markham Elspeth Cahnll Ann Sulzbergcr jack How er Mr V.11l SUB FRESHMAN CLASS QFFICERS lulrxf S1 Nlliflf Pn mf 11111 S1 1 rcflarj Sfmfn nf Council RPPV9SFlIfdfll 1 A Sorml Clllllllllffff Chtllfllldll S1 1 omf S1 1111 xh 1 Pn ml llf Su ft fury Slmlf ll, CUIIIIL 11 Rzfm w11f11l1z 1 Sorlul C1m1n111l11 Chlllflllllll Ftllltlfx Azlznor Mr. V1111 Fifly-nine 4T Xk.k I- fi ...X I I SUB FIQESHIVIAIXI ACTIVITY LIST I I I Ju I I I I I III I I I IIII II I XI 'XII I xx I I I IIIIII xx IIIII I I I xg II II K I III II X I Inx I I I XIII I xx XIIII I xx x xx II-IIxI.IIIIu .Xg.II' III. IIIIII XI.I:IIII.IIII 1 :I li 42 , II IIIIII-II .XII IcIwII II, III.II'II-I XI.:'II:I1 II ns, T' XI.IIx IIII'II ICI'.III .1I. IIMYI XI.IX Q III41. 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Hz um I am 1 man PHI BETA SIGMA UE to the fact that nt lS the honor soc1ety of U Hlgh mcmbershlp nn Phl IS llmlted to those members of the Junlor and Semor cllsses who have met the requlrements 1n both schollrshnp and cltlzenshnp smce the purpose of Phu Betl xs to mstnll h1gher 1de1s ln the student body Th1s year a new system for electxng members was used Early 1n the fall, the students 1n the two upper classes voted on those whom they consldered best 1n c1t1zensh1p, and the faculty voted for those whom they consldered best from all standpomts The members of Phu Beta then voted on ten students from each of the two classes, takmg the class ranklngs and the student md faculty votes mto cons1derat1on The fmal 11st was then chosen by the faculty Thus one can see that the selectlon was fur and that no partlallty was shown Th1s yelr nme Semors and eleven Jumors were worthy of the honor of bemg elected to Phi Bet1 Slgma Small 1w1rds were glven nn the sprmg to two or three ou st mdmg members of the three lower classes Sex eral pflrtles for d1fferent classes nn the school were gn en throughout the year under Henry Lauermfm s leaderslup Sun one sa-A111 l cjl ul 20 Q-D PCD ?. Gil fl! is QP Qxx VT NAA W - 'T ,M 42 'll Q A ,041 lf 1 i-if.h.,' l w E TN! QD ,hs 3 fl K Q Nj S ,J VNV- T Q U X-an 5 he sv 'i , I u u I T T 2' G D . ff, Lf ' ' - " , R.. - p T . L7 A Tx I I I ' ' ' X TY Elf' I A 1 . . . - . i . . . , - T Beta Sigma is more enviable than any other organization in the school. It ' . - . . 1 I ,gxxi I ' ' 1 X ,-. Lx . . . . . . . . 1 :TES . . . . . . t ' ' ' O 1 x kkfjx z . V WWJW . . . :Ffa T I 5 p I x W n 4 V fa . . . . ' P ,UA T .' .1 . ' . 1 . l A ex' . 4 L 4 . L . . KX I 1. , 5. . ' . Q . ' I ' t 1 ' xc 4 - l V 1 . 4 v 7 , . T Z3 EI I m I PI-II BETA SIGMA I' lnubcth Brow n Robnrt Brumbaugh Ilm Chmdlcr I lroy Goldmg 'ipnncur Irons Hnnrx Lwcrman XX lIIl1fY1 Leu IS Fnrxdny Benedut Walter Blum Herzal Daskal Arthur Eastman AIICC I'I1mIIton Mr Barnard Mxss C lmpbcll Mr I-IIII SI nm: I IHIIUI Ann XVcmpIL Idllllfj MlllIl71IX Nhss I 015181 MEMBERS Inromc I oahmin C1Lor3,c McElroy WIIIIAIII1 NILNCIII lm Rmdur IXLII Steele XX lIIl'lI'l1 Stcx cnc Xdl Su lnLfOld 'vilryarct Horton Ruth Marsh Isabel MLNLIII Berry Rollo Iemnc Tobm Mr Ioomls 'Vim Sl'l1lfI'llCS Nir Stone JY' ,,-J LA g , . I s , ix I L A L I j ,Q I I " -II IJ' I I A ,541 xx-. 115 Iii inr- .wl . Y Vx , " ILS Z4 Q I mfg . -. I mx V Tj 5,271 K-'H LN I IJ E E E ' I KZ 5' fi jr I I I I I I jg W x , H T Iv QI I M ,Ig-I X? i A 1 I I N , I . K Cf, Jn I 1 I - I I 'rr- .,N . A . I V I V 'I' ' W Q - . .K . ,H ' h . . I I I r, I I I IzIIz11bcthEnglcm:In NILIFIOFIC Moulton I I I N Q' I ' I , ' . i ' I :N . I . ' K QI. . fm I TI I ., I I I, ,I 1 I FI I . I I . . 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I I 5 ' 1 f Y ' . Q 1 f- f ' l Ag ' l 4 A I ' 1 ' '. l 'Q ' ' ' ' X ' ' ' LL: sv" ns lll ' 'cntive to the boys of U-Hl5Il, .lnd ' is I ' Ill l 1 'ard 4- -- 2 Q. A 1 r L r v ' 1 1 - 1 1 1- r 11 1 . '- ' . 1 I - , I ' 1 K -WJ SC L . - A -- - 1 1 ' . , , - L - 3 X311- 1g ' A' 1 L 1 1 -1 '-1 1 A 1 1 1 A' -1 -41.1 L- ,X-' ! 'L I g I U" A ' H' . I I I A In ' ' 1 I ' ' T 'Q ' I 'fix rl X 1 1. 112 K. I 1 , 1 1 L U , M IR ' AI 571 AT I ' Y: ff -'l1, " I :IA X , ' -1, Q. - 'Ii' l LI K Tll' I ' Prize was L'SfQlbIISI'lCLI to pC1'P'ILlLlf ' tll' nl' 'y of I -1' 1 1 - ' 1-1 111 1'- 411-' 1 'I - II - ' v - 1 1 I1 ' - IH ,,, 1' 'b' ' ' - 'VLII-Q' ' ' . ' Il ' ' HAI I' L' If I L i E 5 ' ' I 1 ls x H2 :ll K I 'l'1 i x' 1 ' l Q lnust be really worthy of the Ilollor. Because it is the only .lVV.lI'd of its kind I , '- . U'..,.,1',' 1 'V'.1 -' 1-1 1 ' 11, .. ' 1 'Lf V 'C I , I' " ' 'l ' I ' ,A " . .gl Jln' f". Q - 3' .' l Y: l 1 1 1 . Q 1 'li '14 4 l l I ' ' T A , L W 1 Hi W X IG' , , V ,lx , 'FE -1 . f ' Q 'VI osx lj XXL' 1 L, . ,. . 1 . . I 1:1 ,. ,Lf 11 A LL 11. 1 A A , . 1 . , 1 1 R. J 1 ,Y , . ,J . , lj' Qin - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , 1 1 1 .' 1 1 - 1 - I 1 . . . . . . , Zim 6 L - K' , Q 'Q . A L 'A 'L J . - A I? W L L L L, . . , 1 L L 1 A GI H51 - , 1 , - L .- .11 - . ,I - - - ,- - f 51, - x N. - 3 5 1 , 1 - -3 I- I 1 -1 y 1 1 A. l 1 I I L II I fig ks , 311 I lrf . 1 ,l 53. fx X JOHN CRERAR SCHOLARSHIP The ohn Crerar Scholarsh1p IS a four ye1r scholarshlp to the Unn ers1ty of Chleigo It IS awarded lnnually to the Senlor who has made the best record 1n hls studles md who h1s shown hlmself superlor ID shop work The wmner of th1s pr17e must not only be good m h1s studles but also m mythmg pert unmg to sehool llfe Therefore the wmmng of thls pr1Le IS mdeed 111 honor md ns eox eted by mll Thus yelr the sehollrshxp nlturllly went to Illroy Goldmg who undlsputlbly hls shown hxmself superlor III 111 phlses of sehool lnfe Rleh 1rd CFIQQ FLCCIVLS honorlble mentlon HUGH MeBIRNLY III SCHOLARSHIP fund left by Mr Hugh McB1rney ln memory of hls son Hugh McB1rney III who wls 1 student at U Hlgh The judges ln awlrdnng the prlle conslder both sehol1rsh1p md e1t1Lensh1p The wmner of thls XCIFS sehollrshlp IS Ross Netherton THI SCILNCL PRILI The Selenee Prnt ns lwlrded eleh yelr by the Selenee Ueplrtment to thlt Senlor who h IS shovs n l1ll11SLlfIO be superlor xn lehnewement Ind lbllnty an senen tlfie helds lllC.l1lI'Cl SLIIWIITI md Ulm Stern the wmnexs of the prlle thls Velr hue shown rell mterest m senenee md hlve eonsxstently fllllltel Ill eood xxorlx S xly ju J,- I . 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'Q X 'Km X is in i2 Q-75 Ql l CD ii' ,LQ lg ,T 'agp ri l 1 Q, kj Wlllfalfz Lf ILM TI-IE STUDENT COUNCIL HIGH IS noted for nts unlque system of student government whlch IS headed by the Student COUHCll The purpose of the Councll IS to serve as a medlum between the faculty and the students and to suggest ways 1n whxch the school could be lmproved The members of the Councll are representatlves of the major orgamzatlons and of the five classes Several years ago the Councll began the practlee of havlng the class repre sentatlves report to thelr respect1ve classes the domgs of the councll Thls year reports of the Councrl meetlngs were prmted each week ID the Mldway Severa other new fea ures were also mtroduced thls year by the Student C0unc1l Th first was the sponsorlng of frequent evemng dances 1nstead of evemng partles Also students w1sh1ng to drlve thelr cars to school had to be able to pass a c1ty dr1v1ng test At the annual Book Falr thls year whlch was as always a huge success a cup was g1ven to the club hav1ng the best exh1b1t The Carmval glven ln the sprlng and for the benefit of the Unlver 1ty Settlement was one of the most lmportant and successful events of the school season Altogether tht Student Councnl for thls year was unusually succe sful due to the cooper1t1on of 1ts members under the capable guldance of the presldent B111 Lew1s and the faculty adw 1sors S sly rl V-x i ,Ci l- iQ 12 Y VX eta Lf C23 ,VR lg l C3 NX SJ am T ca TU y,,..,g.. 443' l l We 1 as Eel . 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Sk 7 Norman Anderson BOYS CLUB HF BOYS CLUB IS one of the most useful and popular organlzatxons at U Hrgh Every boy automatlcally becomes 1 member of thls club on hns entrance 1n school It was one of the Hrst clubs started at U Hrgh It was founded rn 1907 by five leadmg Semor boys and at first only the most popular boys were elrglble That rullng was long SIHCC changed however for every boy ln school now belongs to It The purpose of the club xs to create good fellow sh1p among the boys and to provlde a place where they could spend the1r txme to thexr advantage For many years the boys enjoyed a bu1ld1ng to themselves but a few ye urs ago If was torn down Slnce then the club has been carrled on mn the old gym temp The boys enjoy themselves wh1le eat1ng the1r lunch llstenlng to the radlo and readmg magazlnes The Boys Club sponsors several soclal events dur1ng the year whlch Ire 1l Ways a success The most popular events are the Fathers and Sons Get Together an athletlc banquet and two dances one m the fall and one m the rm Thrs year the Boys Club carrled on a most successful career thanks to 1ts presndent Norman Anderson and to the board and faculty advlsors not to mentlon the rest of the fellows ln school who co operated 1 grelt deal Sh L., i if 4? iQ leo 1 ii Q2 Gila 'l, QQ KX XX T-,D .Cv W f---V-T ffbi-l l l QR ml 1 V lm w Gbl GJ y U U E YT Y, l -.WJ ' m Q m l , 4-Q? 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IJlLlxS0l1 N 1 X 4 ,X ,J Q13 X xx lx Li, 9L I-5:4 A. g 4a SX CX, Qxx l C CTT-J in Gig ly CD .,4:f5 CX- fi, I V N 00 ,L401414 Q X X 1 X l XS X Num y Nzmmom HE GIRLS CLUB IS one of the most xmportant organxzatlons of the school because lf does more than lnythmg else to promote the sp1r1t of frnendshlp among the gxrls Every glrl upon entermg U Hugh automatlcllly becomes .1 member of the Glrls Club as ln the Boys Club Each new glrl rs also glven 1 blg sxster to help her get acqualnted and to famnlnrlze her w1th the WIQS of tht school There are four lmportant commxttees 1n connecuon wlth the Glrls Club to one of wh1ch each glrl slgns up for the year These commxttees are the House Settlement Soclal and Servlce Commlttees Several drlves were held throughout the year 1n the mterest of ch 1r1ty Many enjoyable soclal functlons were also held of wh1ch a few are the Stunt Party at the begmmng of the year the Faculty Tea the Alumnae Tea the Mother and Daughter Teas for each class and the annual Cnrls Club dance The Glrls Club 15 always open and 1l'lVlfl1'1g to all glrls The Needlework Club wh1ch met every week ln the Glrls Club as a part of the speclal schedule made runners for the tables and many other thmgs that made the club room even more attractlve Thls year has been especnally successful and much credlt IS due to the cooperatlon of the board and the backmg of M155 Smxthxcs Sbulyor S177 V-R 3 cgi Q-If 3- ig C2 G Rfb : C723 QM' C23 : Q5 KOR QNX lj' TF ' K M., 'Y n 'yd - "-'M-" all 'J X C' I a 1 5, live, 'Th Q: Ki xi ,Crib S xx KRS G irx ft X RSX . pyyyt. , 1 y fat N in EMM A N px UH S E S Us i xt? 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A-.J 2 i 11132 fffib g3e::a OO UI K ART CLUB Contrary to ordnnary behcf the act1vIt1es of the Art Club do not conslst solely of drawmg and pamt Ing although many Instances arlse In whlch a person handy wlth pen or brush IS apprec1ated Because of the great success of the puppet show 1ven last year durmg the carnrval all efforts were turned toward the productIon of another one th1s year Due to the greIt varlety of act1v1t1es offered xn connect1on w1th the puppet show each member was gnen an opportumty to partlclpate In that field rn whrch he or he was most Interested The play had to be chosen Ind dramatnzed the scenery 1nd stage de SlgI'lCd and the puppets made and dressed These Vdfl ous dutIes aroused much Interest and had fascmatlon for all Mar 3 Luz lzburzlf Although the puppet show was the most Important event of the Art Club th1s year poster makmg played an Important part llso Early IH the year those who w1shed to slgned up for the poster commIttee These grrls were then called upon by other club pres1dents whenever a poster was needed Th1s el1mInated only two or three glrls maklng all the posters The success th1s year of the Art Club and In partxcular the puppet show was due to the lrdcnt work of the presldent Mary Luckhardt the smcert co operat1on of the members under the helpful guxdance of Mrs Lee the advxsor S uly LB Q3 C511 Eb QZIPCD i CDG CX.-2. l in Ill is QD'- C3 xx Us X l'f ml IJ! 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Qvu- -H' T fi gl W +G? 1 J PLAYFESTERS Lflst yelr the n1me of th1s 1ssoc1at1on was w1sely eh1nged from the Drlma Club to the name of Play festers The former name wls s1mply symbohc of nhfxt the club does, the latter IS unlque and dlfferent The P111 festers IS perhaps the most lmportant club 111 the sehool md IS one thxt IS well worth wh1le be lcngmg to It 1ttr1ets those who 1re 1sp1r1ng to 1 d11m1t1e LIFLCI, 1nd one who h1s tllent llong these llIlLS em fmd ID opportumts to express It by letmg VVIIIIIIQ eontest IS sponsored by the Pllyfesters eleh BU' Sf""'l"" yen Ind IS open to 1ll members of the student body The vsmner of the eontest IS IVR lrded 1 eup md luto l'l1lflLlllX beeomes 1 IT!kl'I'lbLl of the elub SLXLFII of the best pllys reeencd dunng th1s eontest, meludmg the wmner, sure produced If the Pllyfest ID une Qeveml pllys were llso gwen 111 lssembly throughout the xelr Memberslnp 111 the Plly festers 15 llITl1tCd to ftllfy, 1nd tryouts 11e held .lt the begmmng of eleh yelr The eontestmts Ire judged upon the1r letmg 1b1l1ty POISC and del1very The tryouts 1re open only to Sophomores, Ul'll0I'S and Sen 1ors Mr Thomls, the ldX1S0l md the members of the elub ICI 19 the judges so I'l1CI11lJCI'Sl1lp to tl'llS elub IS mdeed ID hor1or 511111151 JY" S L4 ibj of 1 L. 7 lf Q 1 fix M .',Iw is -iii A A 5 g A . - if 1, 1, , 1 , A Y- "Spf ,T 1 I 11 Q ' ' l1f ' El ' 1' .. 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X 1-ffp ff.- fi FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francus IS one of the most unlque Ind xnstructwe clubs at U Hugh It IS the only forelgn language club of the school and IS lttended w1dely by those who have had one year of French or more The meetmgs because they are conduct d rn French entlrely offer valuable experlence to the part1c1pants as well as .1 wealth of knowledge to the hsteners The programs of the French Club are mlny and var1ed The annull style show was presented th1s year 1nd ex plamed 1n French but only members of the club could partlclpatc 1n lt Several speakers were obtuned to 1ddress the club and were gre1tly appreclated Mlny lnterestlng and amusmg sklts md plays were also glven 1n French Songs were sung xt many of the meetlngs and such glmes played as would enllrge one s French vocabullry IS well 1s lfford practlce 1n usmg If Dum uwlmn The club alms to gxvt the student an 1ns1ght lnto French lnfe and customs and to lfford hxm a grelter opportunlty of applylng hrs knowledge of the language and of express1ng hlmself fluently The exhlbxt of the French Club at the Book Fa1r th1s year was xery mterestmg bemg an exh1b1t of both new and old French books newsplpers and magazmes We hope ch If th1s club w1ll always have as successful yelrs as 1t d1d th1s tlme gl 113 zrz I. 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I tt' fl V'-H' I LIIIIJI K- .fgj I 3 i 13 + v Q35 Qi g TAT X K INTERNATIONAL CQRRESPONDENCE CLUB The Internatxonwl Correspondence Club IS one of the Ioungest clubs 1n the school It was organlzed last year and Ilthough stlll m IIS lnfancx, ZIVCS promlse of becommg one of the most outsmndlng organlza UOIIS of U Hxgh The members of the elub, who are unlors and S n 10rs clrry on correspondences wxth boys md glrls then own lge lil lngllnd Trance, Germlny, 'Ind other countrles Dunng the meetmgs the letters recelved 1re re1d lloud md dlscussed Occas1on1lly the corre spondenee IS clrrxed on Ill .1 fore1gn hnguage present mg the p1rtIc1p1nts wxth 1 most umque opportunlty of mcxelsmg their knowledge of that lz1ngu1ge XVe Ire now stlndmg It the threshold of 1 new age Modern sclenee hls e1e1ted 'In mterdependence Ind obllgltlon between natlons, and It IS belleved th It th1s club through co1 respondenee, will plomote mternatlon ll understind on pb BI Il nuff mg md mu ull frlendshlp wmong the xounger people of th1s and c thel n ltlons The club s ewhxbxt If the Book I ur wis one of the most mterestmg IS well IS umque dlspllys thele Ind lf Ilghtfully txed wlth the Mithemltles Club fox l1lSI pl1ce The Intern Iflilllll Correspondenee Club his been 1 success thls yen, Ind lf I hoped thlt It wlll eontmue to be so throughout the I us to eome lVllSb Sheuhmd hls been 1 xe15 6l'l'lClCl1t 1dI1so1, promotmg Interest md entnusnsm 1mong the members Ind Bern ud Hlsterllek xx 1s the successful presldent SIIIIlf1lI I J1- 5 x I Q ' ti Q . 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' " Q 1 1 ' I ' 'L ' ' - I -'gif I.- UCI! 52 CJ 'CJ is Qc., QC, ,Q44 X' .JE K-i X 1153 gfl SCIENCE CLUB The Scnence Club w1s orgamzed three ye1rs lgo by the members of the Freshman class 'md snlthough comparatnvely new lt has become qu1te popular Dur ltS first year It was dlvlded 1nt0 the Boys SCIGHCC Club d1rected by Mr O Rourke and the Glrls Scxence Club whlch was supervlsed by Mr Mayfield However smce then the boys and g1rls have unlted to form the one club At the beglnnmg membershlp w1s l1m1ted to the Freshman cllss but th1s ye1r lt was 11 o open to the Sub Freshmen The purpose of the club xs to provlde 1 grelter op portunlty for those mterested nn scxence to extend fII""R"l"f""' the1r knowledge ln those helds IU whlch they lrc most Interested Thls IS brought about by the vlrxous progmms presented durmg the year The mectmgs eonslst of movmg PICCUFCS connected wxth dlfferent Hclds of sclcnce experxments preplred md presented by members fund tllks on mterestmg sclentnfic subjects 111 of whxch 1rc educltlonal 1nd worthwhllt Durmg one of the Hrst meetmgs of the yemr reports were g1ven lbout the tmtosphere fhght md 1lso 21 b1ogr1phy of fumes W 1 t The Science Club has been very successful th1s yelr and It IS hop d thx under the COHSCICHEIOUS gUld"ll'1LL of Mr M1yHeld the club mll be exen more uceessful 1n the BLIFS to come S 161115 nine ,,..,, ,m CTI x I ' N I 7 Les C5 i H13 E iQ K ,- O sf'I ECI JR K ,XOI 'mil K. x QW L -J' IN IMC., Is... 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A-2 CD 1131 'L- . x03 Qfb 415 I.-A.. fxti X '-- 1 F 5 L l BIOLOGY CLUB The 11m of the B1ol0gy Club IS to teach nts members somethmg lbout B1ology and to gne them .1 good t1me And here IS one elub th1t fulfills ltS purpose, for lf certamly succeeds 111 dolng just than The Blol ogy Club IS 1 furly new elub, h1v1ng been orginued lbout three velrs ago However, It 1mmed1atelx be members md otheers It w1s one of the most popullr elubs 111 school tl'llS year, about SlXty two people h IV 111g sxgned up for It The elub has mlny 1nterest1ng 1ct1w1t1es 1nd pro "l'f'!'Ca"""" grims throughout the year Durmg many of the meetmgs field t11ps of unusuwl 111terest were taken Many mterestmg ind eCluc1t1o11 ll lectures lbout d1Hferent ph1ses of Blillligy were llso glven th1s year In m111y cases these leetures were glVCI1 by men connected w1tl1 our own un1vers1ty who were mtenested 111 or connected w1tl1 blology Durmg some meetmgs, lI'ltCl'LSfll1g tllks on hobbles wert glven by some of the members of the elub The B1ology Club 1lso sponsored some mterestmg exhlb :ts it the C3Fl1lVll, and tl1e exh1b1t ID the Book F111 thls flll was one of tl1e best ones there Th1s year the club was especnally successful due to the cooperatne Splflt of the members md ofheers Ind the 1ct1ve md enthus1.1st1c mterest of M1 Frank, the exer popullr flcults 1dx1sor llgfvly 'ill XQ- JH XT C',,J if F... I rt .'5' e it ,C ' ,I . A W , T u-Q YJ W P' ' lx Y-U l Y T ,f ' GX "' T Cry M 3 f' 1. -fp 51 11, r,3Q1j gf-Q 'TJ ' ' LT ,DC F, rx LJ: . -,,. V f r My -v ns, 1 V1 he e 1 1 1 L -.l ' le: Q CU ,U W I 1 1 I I 1 ., C4 I . E . V . Y . I ' 1 1. Eg ' 3 I 1 7. V 1 ' Al -le W 3 . . Y A . " V5 ' ax A . 4 . x . . . i ' . - . Ks 1' 'n ' ' 1 1 ' ' a ' t rf I I I . ,. , . ' ' ' , , ' ' ' X 5' 1 I L - . . ' . , Q ' mf. came very successful, owmg to the mterest of 1ts ff fm . L . ' ' . C Clif C A W ' . ' - ' 4 - N J' 4 . . H l . i by will ' 'Y I Q , . . ' , , ' L ' w ', C - l F1 1 o ' I V, - , lk, W , 0 1 ll ' I ' K ' ' ' 1 , , J , , I , .I vi, -1, KY , ' . A . A VJ' j V I . . I . . . C I mi . . . . . UWA I 1 'Q 1 . A - 1 1- s 1 ' 1 ' IQ l 1 K X ' . . . m 1 . I 1 . li . . ' 6, 1? 'SQ . , Q , I 1 1 QR ,Lid x ' - ' 1 5 1 - 3 lfv-'f V Ann 1 . . 1 . . . I . - . I V i gf A 14 'N ' 7 , N f 1 . l "Tj . . . . . l T X GC 1 ' , ' ' W 1 1-nl 1 1 1 1 1 Q " 1 V ' ' 1 - '. ' l C ' 'X - ' 1 ' . " . iq j f 2 fi? 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QCD .gi 6' 1 'W .2 ffjb fi is HQ Ll l MATHEMATICS CLUB The mterest 1n the Mathematxcs Club IS ever grow mg Students from Sub Freshmen to Semors are Cllgl ble 1f they are 1nterested ln the pursurt of the subject They may follow any speclallzed d1v1s10n they deslre derstlndlng of mathemltles thin cm be obtuned ln regullr el1ss work for thlt IS the purpose of the or gmlmtnon Although the reglstrltlon for thls elub 1 not IS lnglm as for others the qu 1l1ty of 1ts members 15 llwlys very hlgh Thls year the club hls presented 1 vlrxed md dlver slfied program At several meetmgs there hue been speakers on varlous subjects deallng dlrectly or IH 1 rectly wlth the Held and uses of mathematlcs The members themselx es have gnen numerous programs filled wlth 1nterest and marked ab1l1ty Such topxcs s optical 1llus1ons mag1c squxres etc furmshed gymnasucs for the bram Contests wnth prxzes and refreshments always attracted and stnmulated lnterest Also severll field trnps to var1ous museums have been enjoyed Per haps the most outstandlng trxp was that to the Museum of Scnenee and Industry ln Jackson Park Flruj Colmflug One m1ght thmk that the Mathematlcs Club COHSISIS solely of boys but equal mterest ns shown by the gurls The club has had a verv successful admmxstra Llon thxs year wlth ElR0y Goldlng as presldent and Mr Hawkms IS the clpable 1dv1sor I lqhly our Q. ZS C2751 iQ -2 Rifj I r 9 f K limit ix-fl 3 457 4 F fl VT? ,, ,E , If Q 'Y " W - y' C I fy my XX. , F V I Mn lv VL l4,f...f fu.,-ful r "- l -- 'I l ,fn , wi T l I T !,,, lg.,- 'L CT., ffl! ii QA 1 1 Rel K' l S431 A- "Q X KI? V ff V T, , W 5 K 34' l 1 :LJLH .,.,,f-., Mx T T TTT "l 1 Y J! , Q li 1 l f'X lajrg I I I V ,I I lx l fl CP 5 . fa ll . . . . lx, 7, . - - . . . . . 5 1 .X I . . . .. . l le f . ' ' ' ' 2 'T' T 4 and always develop greater mterest and broader un- ' 5, 1 I I z ' ' 1 " 1 L 3' l f' ' ' C2 x 1 'L , Q ' ' 1 - l X591 E 1 V .'I . x . A . . W .c l ' - Y l .KX e A l , , . s ,T ' L' ' z L Q ' - 4 Y t 1 K3 I af-' D . . ' L' ' - I 'I T' Ol Wai? . ' ' - ' ' - de- l ' ' y 3 7 I u - ' - as me - V as - ' ,fx l .1 , . , ., 1 4' . , L ' . ' I , - ' 1 Mfg, , gf r 5 ' I l . . . . I 5 r , 1 P 'WL if L iil 'L ff-r Ill nh lfjf 'kj X13 . : If f Ll Q KNCDXX! CHICAGCD CLUB I'ht purpose of tht Know Cl1lQlgO Club IS to IC qullnt tht students vllth some of tht lI'lILlLSIll'lg lnstl tutlons of UUI tltx XlLlTll7LISl1lP 111 tht tlub I9 lI1ClLl SIXQ of txtrx tllss lnd lnttrtst IS show n not only by llLSl1l11Ll1 IS lull Ul1dLl tht ltldtrshlp of udson MOIIIS plesldtnt Ind NOIIIS Collnbs The Know Chlelgo Club wls tspttllllx -utetssful thls xtll TIIPS fOI llIUOSt utrv S tuldlx IUOl'Dll1g were pl'llll1LLl Ind earlltd out Ont of tht first XISIIS l'l'llClL bv tht club wls to one of "IW" ll""'l Svslft s meat PILKIIISII plflnts If the Unlon Stoekyards Tllt PIOLLSS of drtsslng IIISIJQLUDQ and psleklng of ITILIY wls found to bf. ltrx lIlILILSIlI'1g Trlps to the steel l11lllS 1nd to the Lake sldt PICSS vlert llso 0UfSI1DClll'lQ Not only do the DILCUDQS LODCISK of Fltld trlps but stverell l'l1VL been glvtll OXLI to noted sptlkers 1nd some haue been duoted to dlSCUSS1OI1S Coneernlng ll1Sf0I'lCll 'lnd turrent u ents ptlwlnlng to our CII, The Know Chlclgo Club 15 dlstlngulshed from tht other clubs of tht school ln th1t the I'l1CCflI1gS are held on Saturdftys md do not LOI1fl1CI wlth the meet lngs of other elubs held Clllllllg the school hours It IS certalnly one of the most vsorthwhllt IS vlell IS IIISIFUCUXC tlubs ln schocl 1nd 1 great deal of LDfl1US1lS1'll for lf h1s been shown by the members Il ffl lu: L. Q ..i N12 Fifi Q CN CIR Xxx gl n T sg' W or WAWU 4 e by 51 H" " ' 1 ?A' 7 'l V 1 ' 1 l X X ' fl V - h N - l- 4' -il l K rr K 1 --el f I' -JQD tires ', LE N gl to I fxfg 5 ml WAX . IIB Kixxr -fir' 1-7x 'J 1 is AA 'jj N Er. Q AAA! . . - 3 v-1 , ' , s 5 I X l Q VW K llj l 5 ld - l l .MW kat Q gil rl l l I l xt My V Jul , ' , , , '-2 ' ' 1 - ,W 'egg 9 e ' x f - . - Xf- ,E I ..,., . L . l w Hp 5 . . . . ' -. 7 nf tIUl1l0I'S and SCIIIOFS, but by the Sub-lleshlnen and I I I , 1 H . , . . Q3 fx nel ,. , ,l , A -, , .-, few , - L a 1 ' L li-.Tl l --' . 'M ,f lie: iv . . , . . , , 3 , Ui V Q - -1 L- '. Y 12 -. -' - L 1 vm l l Ll ' 4 ' . '1 1 ' 1 ' "' . ' bib V" " A ' ' ' 1 ' . 1 ' ' . Q' Al l K 1 x 'ix 1 ig i 1 -s lv' l-1 ' s ' my ' I 1 Y - kvnx'l l . l K l 1 l . . . . E wx- V ml 1 'U v xx xv l . l if luffj ' . - -V S M4725 u I U . . P, 5 X . 1 s s 1' V45 . . . . -X-ff f xl 1 4 'Z i ' L l ' ' X 1 ' A I I ' ' ' . ' , . 1 ' ' 3 .1 . Y ill! ' I K-J 1 3 i' uifxiu x QC: 'g O9 r N 7 El : mix lox? Ei : 'Ox Lkjl MUSIC CLUB The Muslc Club rs an organ1zat1on of students hav mg a common mterest 1n the Held of musxc Its pur pose ns to stlmulate a h1gher apprecntxon of muslc among the members of the school Two doors of wxsh to cultxvate a taste and lppreelatxon for musnc, the other, 1 means by whlch those who haxe abnhty IS musncnns can g ln experlence m performmg befor others The club IS a means of hndlng and uncox ernng stu dent talent, and lt lends 1ts support to 111 mus1cal programs of the commumty The officers gaun very IW" 7ffff'f"'r valuable experlence 1n the admlmstratlve mlnlpula t1on of club lrfe as they carry on thexr work Mr Vanl IS the center of mag netlsm, and xt IS around hlm that the Muslc Club rex olves Many mterestlng and ent1rely new programs were carrned out by the club th1s year No outs1de entertanners were asked to perform and just th home tal ent was used Student papers were Wr1tten on rad1o, jazz and reproducmg mstruments There was an 1mag1na1y rldxo broadcast 1n whlch th entnre rad1o program was worked out Severll operetta sketches were also g1ven Besldes th1s, several smgs were held durmg the year and many student programs gxven ln assembly The members, as well as the oihcers, are to be greatly credrted for mlkmg the club a success th1s year Iltbly llmt' lu Cb Ci: .....fL..u l ig 11.2 GQ VX, n ii QM' ill r :l 41.1 ffg QXX K ,U , , .- M l r l I 1 KID E257 I Iv T l - T ,Q 1 Ill S U N r gg? l n VU l UI , 374 T a K Quoin l 5 V I I I l O Q r Q U . . . 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L.: V Q.T K 15N 'XJ GIRLS GLEE CLUB HI CIRIS Glu CLUB 1S one of the finest md most COHSISICDI clubs It U Hlgh It could easllv l1Z1XCfOI'lfS purpose to dexelop ln myself an 1pp1e e11t1on for the hner thlngs 111 hte for besldes dexelopnng the glrls XOICLS, xt gn es them in opportunlty to understand more lbout musme md to lelrn some ltllly X llulble songs There .ue mlm gurls 111 the elub 1nd 111 ellsses axe represented It meets N ul the fleulty ldxlsor hls 1 wlde knowledge of musxe 1nd thus IS lble to le ld the gurls lntelllgentlx md well Hxs enthusllsm ldds to the lnterest of the elub Ind rn 1l1es If ex en more vsorthwhmle Mlnv of the glrls hlve been mem hers slnee thex hrst enteleel sehool IS they eome blek ex ery yelr Thls yen IS III the plst the gnls slng 111 the Chrxstm1s LXLFCISCS at 'lSSCl'l1bly mel llso slng on p1rents nlght At these g1the11ngs the boys and Cnrls Clee Clubs eombmed wlth the orehestx 1 mel slug together After thls, each htel ltS speenl number to smg, and then the lSSClUbly or .ludnence jolned ln W1tl1 the Cl1flSfl11lS earols md they all sing together Another opportumty the Cwle Club h 15 to show lts prowess IS Ill smgmg spnmg songs ThlS IS not qulte sueh 111 xent IS the Chnstmms sung but xt h1s nts plnee nn the Glee Club s program of the yeslr I lqfmly fr nr X MT L - eil ix. 7' -XS Nr WX 'dk 4 kj M ' ,I W - l -A 1 U , I ' ,, 1 . ,x ,V tgps 5 1 1 . 1 ' 1 111, f5 ' A Af' ,J 1 K. f Y 2, . 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' 1 5 - D 1 - 1 1,1 , 1 l S ' 1 ' 1 ' , ' 1 ' 1 'X ' " ' -42: 3 2 xg l , -Q, A ' l Mx 1 K up E C, ' VV 3 X xx , , e ' 'T lf, 1 U' ' 1.,, ,W , -I A A-J WL C5 fs E E- ,Ag il l BOYS GLEE CLUB HE BOYS Glahl CLUB, though rlther young compared w1th some clubs IS one of the most popular org1n1z1t1ons 1n the school It IS led by Mr Vul, 1nd prox 1des ln outlet for some of the mus1c1l talent we have around school It 13 llways one of the best attended clubs If U H1gh, md thls year wls no excepuon The Glee Club IS famous for the splcnd1d trunnng If gnes the boys Ill xolec culture 1nd 111 ldvlntlge hls certunly been taken of rhns offer Mtmbushlp 111 the club IS strlctly voluntlry The I11CCf1I1gS lre held Mondly CVCl1lI1g II the Boys Club and there, under the lmdershlp of Mr xflll, tht boys do thc1r prlt tlcxng The ntctsslry funds for the clubs muntenancc ire provldcd by tht school The Boys Glte Club hls p1rt1C1p1tcd 1n sextrll lmportlnt 1ct1y1t1ts of the school lendlng 1tS talent IS an excellent means of entertalnment Among the lCI1V1'lCS 1n Wh1Ch If has entered, the most worthy of note Ire the Fithers md Sons Get Together, and the Chrlstmas program ln wh1ch the boys were jomed by the Glrls Glee Club All the perform lnces of the Boys Glee Club th1s year have been very successful, and the members are much to be congratu lated for the1r loyalty durmg the 1llness of Mr Vsul ln the e1rl1er part of the year llgbly fue -7 . 1 ' i , 7 1 , 1 f ' , 1 K. 1: 1, -4 11 fb l6'I f XC.. 1 l , ,, ,I X tkfb C J '12 1 CQ flgl f all l XB 1. . 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' 1 'x - 1 I 7 1- Q 1 6. ,QQ 13 1161 f3 ,Cr Ql l.. o fa F11 nmol Nr. 7.1 ff 1 ffl L RADIO CLUB The Rad1o Club was orgamzed th1s year for the pu1po-e of gumg more boys the opportumty of w1d en1ng tl1LlI' knowledge of 11d1o md IIS plll'lClplLS and 1ppl1e1t1ons The hrst thmg the elub members d1d wls to estlbllsh themselxes 1 pI'lX'ltC club room 1n the b1el1 of the Boss Llub where they bu1lt a reeener Geolge W orl1s is presldent, ohn Helde as VICC PFCSI dent, TVIlL,l'llLl IJINIS 1et1ng IS seeretlry, md Bob An derson IS treasurer, Wlfh Mr Xx1tf1Ck as adv1sor, the elub s 1et1x1t1es VVLIL ea111ed out sueeessfully 'ma' W"'l'l The programs of the R1d1o Club were many and var1ed Dues for an amateur rad1o sta11on 1n school WLIL ex leted from the membels elrly 111 the yea1, Ind 1nterest1ng exper1ments cured out along th1s l1ne Ex en though 1 new club th1s year, It had a very nterest1ng exh1b1t at the Book Fa1r last fall Durmg some of the meetmgs eontests of d1fferent sorts were organlzed for construetmg rece1vers and other 1 1d1o applratus Sex eral speakers were obtamed at dlfTCI'Cl1I tlmes to speak to the members on IOQICS concernmg radlo Many field tr1ps to numerous places of IIIICYCSI throughout the c1ty were also taken and were greatly enloyed by the members The year ended W1th a very successful season for the elub Ilgfvly in -iv K-be i ci 5X -cb kgfb 'f7x lfl 21151 -X 3, ij Wai f ' yd ml it Q ,k Vx A41 lf' 1 sl iff 1 Y l f' fe 1 T ' 'YT ' C72 0 F3 'iii ,Y ,f rx 2. 1 , wi rf e fi W . gxvl f 1 N l l Tl U l KK , f V 1. 11 n C0 Q I 1 l I ' I Q 1:1 Gi 'fl 71-Y 11. JR T T' l A l D U T V, - L51 1 1 1 , 'his Q11 G 1 '-1' .. - ' 'K - ' ' 1615 T' H 1 3 1 l ' ' A ' '. - l NT' 4 1 1 L-I 1 1 s v 1 1 ' . 1- '11 ' l l c .' , 1 and ll U'1'lI1SI'I11EICl'. Under the able lead.ersh1p of - , l 7 I , I L A . 1 J . K . - .Y "T ' " L ' L 'l 1 ' V 1 1 Q - GK ff I xl . ,,. . . Y ' 1 11 ' ' i Q I oy, ,lx fy, -Af., f E - TC" '1' WWW Tl V . ' I . f. . lr 'T L5 1 - 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - 1. A 1 1, . . ' 1 1 ' ' lC'Y"'!vl 172' . K . . K 1 . . lim' I E . . . 1 . K l . . 45 1 1 1- ' 1 ' ' ' GK Al . C 2 I Y V . . . XR I V, . . . Lrg' , ,K . , ' Y , CX ew GX 1 7, Que I I 2 Iib 15 103 F3-13 N 7 I JT, x I PUBLIC SPEAKING The fact that the publlc speakmg team holds one of the most Important places 1n the llfe of the school has been proved by the large number of people who attended the tryouts and contests Everyone found that he had greatly profited by attendmg the meets those who tr1ed out were surpr1sed at the poxse and self confidence that was the1rs after one speech By part1c1p1t1ng 1n publlc speaklng one also obtamed 1 larger vocabulary and wlder knowledge of modern events Class tryouts were held ID November and unusu ally good teams were obta1ned ID each class The Wffffff Blum school team was then chosen Several meets w1th other schools a contest between Sophomores and Freshmen In lssembly and a theatre party for the school publlc speakmg team was the program for the year U Hlgh dlvxded the majorlty of events In whxch It part1c1pated The members of the team d1d 1 Hue Iob and should be congratulated on the Hne showmg they made Mr H111 s help as advlsor was greatly apprecmted BCSldCS the regular publlc speaklng meets 1 publlc speakmg class was clrrled on by Mr Davey durmg the specnl schedule The purpose of the class was t0 teach the pupxls how to speak dcscrxptlvely exposntlvely argumentatnvely and entertalnxngly Thls was of great value to the students as lt gwe them more practlce for the school team lg qfly sen' ffl: k.k i CD xfra- Ill , , , I VE - If jr I ' I I I I I X , f I I X In I4 Luv ' I 1,,.,L.4. 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WL l 'N A 11 ENGINEERING CLUB The Lngnneermg Club Ib undoubtedls one ot U Hxgh s most eonstruetxxe orgmwatnons It ns open to 111 unlors und Sennons who lre utzlly Interested II1 SCICDLC 1nd LI1glI1CCI'll'1g The purpose of the elub IS to eoxer the 111.1111 helds of LI1g1I'lLCI'll1g md to glxe the boy s a Chance to learn some of the rudrments mlong thls llne The students lre gxxen an opportumty to beeome flIT11llaI' wlth the developments and nnproxe ments 111 l11CLl'lll1lC'll 1nd sclentnhe pxogress Studles of the xauous phases of englneerlng are undertaken durlng the year so th If those lnterested mly be gn en M,I1,m1Da,,x 1 chlnee to learn of the progress of modern lnven tlons and research ID thes partxeular Helds The newly dexeloped Held of 1eron1ut1e1l englneerlng has been more strongly stressed th an usual the list two yelrs bee zuse of the mterest of the boys nn the dex elopments llong thls lme At the meetmgs mdustrul ITl0V1l1g plctures 1nd mterestmng tmlks presented by Oufqllldlllg spexkels hue been feltured Throughout the yelr Held trlps were taken to x 1r1ous places of mterest The ofheers of the elub helded by Mlehiel Dlxls, 13 presldent, were llrgely responslble for the sueeess of the Club Ih1S year Much Credlt IS also due to Mr Holley whose lnterest and gUlClll1CC have been helpful ln ever y way, and lt IS eudent th It under lns supervlslon the Ingmeermg Club wlll always be suecessful lfig rfj - 'llgfl Jr' X-5 fx ,J J 21? 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C35 Wy .,::f'5 ,f-.ff X fff KV ffg Q, JUNIOR ENGINEERING CLUB The Junxor hnglneers IS to the lower classmen what the Englneermg Club IS to the upper classmen as the only dlfference ns that of membershxp The -Iumor Engmeers are Sub Freshmen Freshmen and Sopho mores Wh1le the Engmeermg Club consxsts solely of un1ors and Semors There was a large turnout of lower classmen to sngn up for the club and there were about lxty members altogether The act1v1t1es conslst of practlcally the same thmgs as those of the hngmeerxng Club the mam d1fTerence belng that those of the latter are a l1ttle more ad vanced Durlng the meetlngs dnscusslons on engmeer mg toplcs are presented elther by members of the club or by v1s1t1ng speakers Many motlon plctures havmg a dlrect bearxng upon the subject are shown Model 'urplane bunldlng ns one of the chlef act1v1t1es of the members of the club the work bemg done outslde and many of the meet mgs bemg glven over to contests between the members Occas1onally Held trlps are taken on Saturdays to varlous places of lnterest The programs no m1tter what they may be are always mterestmg and educat1onal Ron land M1 Lau gblm Although the Junlor Engmeers was just organ1zed thls year It has become xery popular among the boys of the lower classes The club was very success fully conducted by Rowland McLaughl1n presldent Roland Schmldt VICC presldent Robert Jampolls secretary and Mr Wlttlck advlsor Elgbly Ill '-'T k-X Ci I L QCA' iQ OO of X K fo R X I il' If I GI EI lg U RQ I Q I XI ,I,fIQI'1 Ifify I .III I f J, I I If ' D I I I L2 to I I QU WIN VIXI I I NX I - - T I I Q 'E I TI UI C- 'fl' Q Q CP I I 5.4 ' ' ' I I IQ II CI Q: l??J::3 Z? 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' - 'nc f ,...J i i Q sm-. 53 Q53 g r if kj l Yi :.4 l ,X O3 ' ff LW wg JJ THE GRC!-IESTRA HI oRcH1-51 RA IS one of the most xalu lble 1nd worthwh1le organxzatlons others The orchestra IS composed of twelve members wnth Mr Vall IS dlrector The members meet exery Wednesday' and Thursdly mornmg at 8 00 1n the Lt wer Gym for pract1ce The meetmgs are alwavs enlox able as well as nnstrue tue and a good time 15 alwlys had bx all Th1S yen modern as well as olden eomposmons were played md some of the members orchestrated thelr own preces Several programs were gnven by the orchestra throughout the year, of whxch the most xmportmf was the Chrxstmas assembly glven by both the Glee Clubs md the orchestra together As there were not qulte enough of our own musx mans, several members of the U of C orchestra offered thelr a1d for the assembly The program went off very well, however The orchestra also enter tamed at several other functlons durlng the school year, mcludmg the Boys Club open house The orchestra hzs been very successful th1s year ID spxte of the fact that there have been very few members However, the present members were very enthu slastxc and cooperlted a great deal In commg years the orchestra hopes to have more members 1 word to the wlse IS SUHTCICDI for all you musxcxans, you know Alllllfj "ll x Xk.A I- 2 Ci f"7s LQ U, ,Lg A-jx L10 :1 X X V 4' -gi l 1 1' 1 2. . 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X ff' ,KO 1154 Harlou, Sm ylb PUBLICATIONS BOARD The Publncatxons Board 1S 1 furly new organm ltxon, to effect 1 close cooperatxon among the publle ltnons However, lf encourages fnendly r1v1lry between them 1 the same tumc All plans of the varlous publu, ltnons 1re submltted to the Board for 1ts suggestlons and lpproval Luch pubhcatlon has two reprcsentatlves on the Publlcatlon Board, the ed1tor and busmess manager The Board also has a representatnve on the Student COUHCII Due to the Publlcatlon Board, lf IS poss1ble for U H1gh to support three major publlcatlons, the Correlator as the annual, the Mldway as the weekly and the Gargoyle as the monthly Nmvly one Nl 'iT Jr- QT' ffl lfvk '5 F 1 l Ll Q' U at 153 l -' y l , V lfu r -CQ xK5W If t Q53 l 'ff . 61 f ,, XY, - , V, 1 l Tf. M3 0 K ' th,-M ,Jura QA ez gg U U1 3x55 I a X, ,O Q rx 3 XJ 1 1 I f. fax fa 177 'SEZ f dig N a 1 A f . f. 1 ' L 1 l -- having been started just few years ago. Its purpose is l 1 'L . . . I I I 1 ' I L . 'L '. 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EQ w--J .ks X, W, 'L UT X42 il in X. i is L'-XL l at Zqjb Qi V1 LR 1 w XY,J Margorlr' Moulton Thls naturally ehmlnated many of the former financlal worrles, and as a result the Correlator has put out a very good book th1s year The board, headed by Marjone Moulton, who IS ln cldentally only the second glrl edltor 1n the hxstory of the Cor relator, and Jerome Lochman as busrness manager, has been very capable and successful an many new ldeas have been car r1ed through The art work der Helen Chlera was a so unusually good th1s year And of course no mentlon of the Correlator would be complete wlthout 1nclud1ng Mr Stone, the faculty advlsor, who has gxven so much of hrs trme and energy toward makrng th1s Correlator the success that lf IS Vnwfj Iuo Every school has 1ts annual, but not every school has such a good one as U Hrgh does The Correlator gets 1ts name from the word Cormlafr, 1ts purpos bexng to brlng together all the events that have taken place durlng the school year so that they wlll llve forever 1n the mxnds of those who partlclpat d rn them And the Correlator certarnly accomphshes xts pur pose, for under one cox er can be found all the rmportant fea tures and events of the vtar 1933 34 Owlng to the act1v1ty fee, the Correlator d1d not have to start out th1s year wrth 1ts usual rush assured of the money from the fee pald by all the fam1l1es Irronuf Lorbman JI' -fl .J , f. 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W n ll Gi il 1 4 f XXQ Gi 0.-r"'1O0!fA""""LJ 6 .-ff THE GARGOYLE HE PUR1 osl of the Gargoyle U Hlgh s monthly hterary magazme IS to present the school wlth the best hterary efforts of the students It lS also to tram those mterested 1n wrltmg and to provlde an mcentxve for further pro ductlon along thls lme In add1t1on 1t presents those workmg on the staff wlth an mvaluable experxence about the constructlve slde of ed1t1ng and financlng a pubhcatlon The Gargoyle was or1g1nated by members of the Wr1ters Club and was dlrectly connected wlth thls club for many years Thls year xt was under the supervxslon of the speclal schedule Creatlve Wrltlng classes The best of the stories poems and essays wrltten m these classes were prmted m the Gargoyle and m addltlon every student who wlshed to could hand 1n an artlcle for consxd eratlon The artlcles were carefully chosen but everyone had the chance of see mg h1s work 1n pr1nt 1f lt was really worth the honor ThlS year the Gargoyle was very successful bemg assured of sufhclent funds throughout the year from the act1v1ty fee Issues were brought out every month and great 1mprovement was soon notlced IH the magazme The Gar goyle was very well managed th1s year havmg an excellent board Mlss Camp bell the faculty adv1sor was always ready with her helpful suggestlons and xdeas and the success of the Gargoyle was for a great part due to her stlmulatlon N11 MYR F'--1 ix 2 l i Wall Y. 675 lQ tx Q5 'QJW E z Q5 KCJX QNX 'QQ 5 fm 4,1 Jr rf ttf? 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I-S 5 ti 65 QCD O GD : El Rf' lj i 49: MQ FRENCH MAGAZINE The Pot Pourrn IS one of the most mterestmg edu catxonal and worth whlle pubhcatlons around school IS any one of nts many supporters wnll tell you It was Oflglndlly mtended to 1nclude only materlal m French but lately artlcles nn both German and Latm have been used also Thls naturally wldened the Held of the magazme and even more people became lnterested ln It All maternal used 1n th Pot Pourrx IS wrltten by the students and exery type of artlcle IS used poetry short storles book play or movle revlews sketches and anythmg of that sort As a result the magazme has a wrde range of subjects that appeals to almost everyone The form of the magazme IS very 1n erest mg bemg mlmeographed twenty pages or more Sjumer Irons The French Magaznne has been qunte successful thls year and several lssues were publxshed Each one was enthuslastlcally recelved by the students A great deal of help was glven to the French Magazme by the French Department to whxch the board ns very grateful Spencer Irons the edltor ln chlef and the rest of the board haxe done a Hne job toward maklng the Pot Pourrl a success ' is 2 Ci 3- ig l GQ YW :Tlx X Ciil QA CT th1s year and we certalnly hope next year s board wxll be as successful Q XX yj Tj 4 IN lx rgbl Q fx L4 2 QT l v Q? fe ? g X QU ll Frmd -J-J l x ': ,J VT! l T lj wLQ.ibl X il n li 1 I 57 l l Q .Ls ., a . 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EE, Y JOM S l E3 my gf 15 E151 Vfgaw Ox., qrfe LED K SOCCER ALUMNI GAME AT GREENWOOD FIELD U Hlgh 1 Alumnl 0 After coaches Hoffer and Hermansen had drllled the vars1ty soccer telm to tnelr sat1sfact1on they declded to let the fellows test the1r strength agalnst the ex soccer stars of U Hlgh the Alumnn The game was hard fought and vlctory was only assured for U Hxgh when ohnstone booted 1 goal nn the first half The U Hlgh backfield proved very powerful durlng the game whxle the lme showed a promlsmg passlng attack OAK PARK GAME AT OAK PARK FIELD U Hxgh 0 Oak Park 4 U Hxghs first lmportant game of the year was wlth Oak Park where nt encountered a great setback for Oak Parks league champ1onsh1p team func tloned perfectly throughout the game and outplayed the grten home team to 1 final score of 4 0 FIRST MORTON GAME AT SPARTA STADIUM U I-Ilgh 0 Morton 1 An opt1m1st1c U Hrgh team arrlved at Sparta Stadlum to attempt to score 1tS first VICIOFY at the expense of Morton team It was a bxtter day and the two teams had to compete 1g2l111St the strong wxnd wh1ch hmdered accurate shoot1ng Morton beat U H1gh to the first and last goal of the battle lfter some br1ll1ant playlng by both teams The Hoffer men played a splrnted game wh1ch as fate would have lt resulted only rn defeat O r III!! lfflone ll -'10 k.a l Citi 5-x C? 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K . . i MEI l 7 7 ' I I a l me if lg s ,, ,7 N 'aft '3 2 fig-.A e-K?3 . ga, jg , ,ff F is x , 7 FLOW II I4 K T Fm K-7 723 SOCCER FIRST TII,DI'N GAML AT GREhNWOOD FILIJD U I-Ixgh 3 Tllden O U I-hgh snapped out of lfS slump and decxdedly outplayed Tllden to wm In easy vxctory The teams three goals were scored by Brandt and Lauerman ID the first three quarters and then Coach Hoffer sent ID the second team who held thelr own for the remamlng pernod SILCOND TILDhN GAIVIIL AT SI-IhRMAN PARK U Hlgh O Tllden I Iwger to repeat xts prevmous ylctory oyex Tllden U Hlgll met Sl much IIN proy ed opposltlon wxth an unsuccessful burst of enthusmsm U I'I1gh had the b1ll ll'l seorlng posltlon 1 number of tlmes but fuled In eaeh attempt to make 1 goll In the last fevs mmutes of plly Kll'lll was able to stop 1 gllll hot only Ifter It Ind re1ehed 1 polnt decllred to be just mslde the goal U Hlgh 0 Iydorton I Th1s Morton gtme was lnother dlre dlS'lppOlI'lEI11Ll1f to the U I-Ilghers for Ilthough they fought hard and made seyeral valxant spurts for the opposlng team s go1l they were foreed to leave the Held defeated SLCOND OAK PARK GAVII- AT GRhI2NW OOD FIELD U I-Ilgh 0 Olli Park 5 The powerful Oak Park soeeel telm Ieturned U Hnghs former V1S1t and proceeded to m Ike the home team 1 tlrget of 1ts strength The M1roon warrloxs surpused the yellovs elad Olk Puks by holdlng them scoreless for the first hwlf befole WClIx6flll'lg Then Olle Pule unleased 1 suage lttack vIh1eh netted them five lm 1rd golls before the hnll whxstle bleu HARRISON GAMI AI' DOUGLAS PARK U Itllgh 0 I'I1rr1son l The last glme of the ye Ir was llso the coldest and the U Hlgh te1m hld to play h1rd 111 order to leeep wlrm In splte of some fine defense work by Edwlrds and ones the one goal th If wqs scored wws IH U Hugh s hllf of the Held O ll I 17 CT po Xi yn 7X ,7 , W . f - 1 IU II III fx ! 42 lj- I I,.,j p I s A e. 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S fa 31131 K V u 'WAX N OX 1 1 Fl' , l ':f,-., X 3 -Vi 1 51.3 W' Y , A Q . l CQ!" 1 ff Q l C5 ll' 4 ,,,i,,..l Efluulnlx Kuull Cnarfr I-Iuffvr Hnu:v N..flml4'rwu ur nm nu Jrvc A ,J 13 i ,QL Qi L X I : 1-'jx i 1-lm: E lj HEAVVWEIGHT BASKETBALL HI NIATI RIAI v11th vshleh Coach Hoffer started the heaxywelght telm tram mg was not at first xery 1mpress1Xe but after some few weeks he was able to brmg 1nto shape 1 team Although the final standmg of the heax ywexghts was not xery eonuncmg the team d1d play real basketball for the most part Those who dld the greater share of the Work for the team were Lauerman Knall Ruml hdwards ohnny Palmer and Anderson Stevenson Art Dean F XY'arner Paul Cmnon 1nd a few others also deserxe some ered1t for worthy con tr1but1ons tovx 1rds the vselfare of the team Deerfield Sh1elds 22 U I-hgh 77 U Hlgh lost 1 fa1rlx elo e g1me to deerheld at I-hghland Park bs 1 seoxt of '2to 15 U Hlgh was It a d1sads antage because Deerfield had plued four ,ames whlle th1s was U Hlgh s first In splte of that and other thlngs the game vs as fought on almost ex en terms for U H1gh was able to keep almost ex en vs 1th Deerfield unt1l the last half Bloom 25 U Hlgh 24 The U Hxgh heaxywelght blsketball team I'l1CI Bloom at CDICHQO Hexghts XX 1thout a doubt they plax ed the eleanest peppxest and best game of the season Although the finll score v1 as dxsheartennng bemg 25 24 ID faxor of Bloom tx ery one vsho saw the glme w1ll agree that lt vsas IS good IS el uctory Hank Lauerman and ohnns Palmer play mg a fast and exC1t1ng game took the seormg honors vxlth four and three baskets respeetn eli affi fmd X1 33, Q Mx iii 'wk 'rg gxx Q 11 Q N1 if' 7 J 1 1 ' ' ' ' pf. "Q 1 1 1 Pl N A --1--1 I i 1 i . ' ' ' V V Q C - -...,v..1f ' M, ' 1 , ' ' 1 f,,, ' ' 9 Aj I l ' 1 . ' I i . Q ill 577 . Q . 711' X' Y 7 , 1 7 1 . X 7 A 4 1 Y 2 , 3 D171--1 1 1 'T"'4 s '- 1 J ,V 1 - y 5 - Xl C5 I Y V 7 . Q ' 1 G 1 ' ' Q -155 l l 'L V ' ' ' ' e'11f , , 1 .1 615 z . . ' Vw uax-M . , , . -- 4 i WA T- ,J - ' 1 v f S 1 i . ' ' 1 '2 1 fi Dlx- , l - - ' - 1 x - 1 ' ef Dk - . . . - I W . . . , . . ,Y 'D U1 X ' . 1 I X 1 V+ K . . f 1 1 11 1 , - . . 1 1 1 1 L XDDQ' ' , , lxwrf 1 L9 C9 fi Q1 1 1 1 1 1 1 a l ,, 11 O 1 , ' ' V fi 1 MAVQQS1 .. ...... , 1 T - ' 7 K 1 1 ' 2 1 s Q ' ' . 431 ,1 , e 1 e . es rf? l ' . . . . V1 I1 1 1 '. . , 7 - ' , Q Jflfb ' ' f V . Q ' . ' ' 1 Q ' " '. ' .1 de, 1 , egg K '11 1 , 1 A 1' 1 ' ' 1 s ' 7 H I I I , J " s ' . ' 1 1 1 1 VH l V ' ' X- . A El ' 1 f 1:f4- Di 1 l Q Q , if ' Q-KQV, C511 1 X1 l . ' 1 Q X 1 , l --fx' X 1 ee, 1 1 1133 1 1 ge! ,ff Q l 7 Um' l F0117- Q2 ii TJ ,GEL C52- CL QCP Z-'il-u C3 ' Ly' E Q 'ia HQ I-IEAVVWEIGI-IT BASKETBALL Harvard 17 U Hugh 23 ust before the Chrustmas vaeatuon Harw ard was decusuvely defeated by the U Hugh heavues The score was 23 to 17 thus beung one game un whueh the wl1ole tefum functuoned well From the very start the valumt U Hughers eom pletely outplsuyed Harvard s team Kmlnkee 20 U Hugh 9 The he uvues tryung futulely to tulce mother glme were sldly defelted Kunl 1 lxee had 1 very good team und the KlDl41hLC team got the brelks Thurteeuu l1e1vues suw actuon but couldn t do mueh un the Wly of scorung About the only tluung that c1n be sud un fuvor of the U Hughers us that they pl1yed 1 xeuy elean .,llUL Thornton Townshup 51 U Hugh 74 Despute 1 g1ll1nt fight U Hugh bCClITlC the twenty eughth conseeutuxe vuetum of Thornton Townshup by '1 score of 51 24 U Hugh wus 1lw1ys wuthuuu fuurly elose dustunee of Thornton untul the lust fevx munutes of the fourth qu1rter when T hornton leadung 35 to 22 went on 1 scorung r1mp1ge ag unst the second uml s puvot shots und Lauerman s 1nd Knall s long shots beung the features of U Hug h s lttack Deerheld 26 U Hugh 24 U Hugh lost 1 closely played game to Deerfueld un the last fifteen seconds by 1 score of 26 24 Fughtung to IX en e rheuu prevuous defeat If the hands of the 'Nlorthsuders the U Hughers outplayed deerfueld durung most of the game Kn Ill 1nd L1uerm1n played brulluantly le1dung U Hugh s offense wuth 11 1nd 7 pounts respectuvely Blue Island 28 U Hugh 18 The U Hugh Heuues played 1 bang up g1me durung the first halt wuth Ruml starung but If the half the tlbles turned 1nd Blue Isl1nd easuly trounceel over the Muroon and Bl1ck L1uerm1n m1de three baskets whule Anderson s1nle 1 beautuful field goal 1nd one free shot Catholue Central 16 U H1gh 11 C1tholuc Central was able to outplay U Hugh for the heavues fuled to eluele except durung the furst quarter durung whuch the U Hughers were constantly un the le1d or tued Luuerman led the scorung wuth two long baskets The gume w1s slow throughout both teams mussung set ups 1nd makung poor pusses und C1tholue Central truumphed wurh 1 score of 16 ll Ollllv L, X ,S Xf me X , , TQT1 1 ix 1 ,X e .1 ., .... . 1 ' Nba 1 J ' , , u 1 4 1 ' 1 1 , gi I , . 1 ' 1 - k . - 1 1 X X 9 1. VX 2 1 S ' 1, 'TT rl G 11 , .1451 1 ' 2 2 .... .. - i-n 4 l A 1 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 1 . 1 ia - to 1 ' " . 1 Y ' ,1 1 1 1" '1 '1 .. " 11 11 M .1 Y . , W . I . 7' x V W -.ifx...u,l ' , L 1 L' ' L s - ' s ' L 1 fs 1 vs- , . ,. ,ki K i 1 H , ' '1 fl '. ' 1 -Q 1 IU 1 1 ' - 1 1 . . . . . t' - "' 1 1 1 - . - 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1,1 Q 1: I u l ' ' L ' L X 7 ' ' 3 l 1 f 1 1 . . . . 1 1 111 Q - 1 1 , - 1 1 1 1 - 1 111 11 1,241 team and scored 16 points. Ruml, Lauerman, and Knall starred for U-Hugh, 1 gig, , 5 1 R , 1 i , l , - 4 W 1 Q - ly , L C . SA 3 1 Ns 1 1 -slr ,..,....... . 1 1 1 1 ....,,, . - xi?-N I I I ' ' , 1 u 1 , - 1 . . . . E 1: 1 l QW 1 ' - . 1 ' g ' 1 1 Tig? 1 1 u , 1 - 1 ' . . 1 Ti: Z: I Y I . . I . . , . I . F ' px 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 - 1 1 Q1 1 L , LM 1 I ' O 1 .3 1 l "' " it 1 1 as as tsss 1 - 1 gg 1 . . U ,, . . . - " W - 1 ' ' 1 1 - 1 ' ' 111 X1 l ' . 1 L, 11 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 f ' 1.13 1 ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 l ' 1 ' 3 1 1 115 1 . ' - 1 1111 ,,11 1 1 1111111.11 - '1 1 SX N . . . L . . ggi 1 1 1 1 1 - , 1 1 1 ' N' 1 1 X 1 . . 1 I . iw XX 1 1 1 - 1 1 n I f 1 T37 1 , 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 ' , 1 rn' um rm Fil 'WL 55 E..D A5fJ3 gel :X kj 'se if kj HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL Thornton Fractlonal 41 U Hlgh 24 The U Hugh heavles played 1 fine game but were out matched by the fast hard fighting Thornton team Hank Lauerman deserves the honor for con tr1but1ng most of the team s score by smkmg srx baskets The whole team d1d a pretty good yob of guardmg and could haye beaten a good team however they could not beat Thornton Bloom 15 U Hxgh 17 U Hlgh glnd reyenge for 1ts prey IOUS one polnt defeat by Bloom when It won 1ts first league vlctory from the suburbanltes by a score of I7 to 15 at Bartlett gym U Hngh had control of the ball durlng most of the game and the defense functxoned well provlng ltself almost 1mpenetrable As a result the U Hlghers were able to completely outplay a hstless Bloom team to wm wlthout much of a contest despnte the closeness of the score Knall was hlgh scorer wxth three baskets whlle Ruml put ln two baskets and 1 free throw Kankakee 36 U H1gh 16 The U Hlgh heavywelght team rm agamst some St1fT eompetltlon at Kanka kee and they came through at the ta1l end vuth twenty po1nts between them and Hank Lauerman and ohnny Pllmer played forwlrds Thls lme up was alded by a fevs substltutlons but neyertheless U Hlgh was unable to do much Thornton Townshlp S1 U Hlgh 17 The U Hxgh heaues lost to a superlor Thornton Townshlp team at Thornton by a seore of Sl to 21 Thorton looked betteh than ever desplte thelr recent defeat at the hands of Pllno the first th It they lost nn forty games Thornton showed 1 da7zl1ng passmg attlek and then superlor hexght enabled themto work t1p ofl and ply ot plays to perfeetnon The U Hngh scormg was led by Swede Al1dClSCJn Durlng the 811110 ey ery mln on both squads played Blue Islmd 27 U Hxgh 17 The semson s largest crowd eons1stmg of over fue hundred persons were sadly d1ssappo1nted for the U H1gh heaues were badly defeated by Blue Island by a score of 27 to 17 Blue Island started the game wlth a rush and ran up a bxg lead before U H1gh knew It leadmg 15 2 at the end of the first quarter and 21 6 at the half Knall was h1gh scorer for U Hlgh making s1x po1nts all 1n the first half Olllf FF! IE1 :TL FH LJ H at ,, PJ ,gy LA .. 'F A T ..., .,4,, ' Tn I T T fa, - ' ' , ex -ef ' ' r ' ' sf Y il- . . , I . . . . C! 1 ,4L - . ' ri, X :T -T 1 Y ' in il 13 ' fa 4X ,, e-gi If '-e,,,:,. 'fri ff A in f V Q Q - . ,gli f x lipa- ud-Mh - . . Y . V. . . J JW V. ffq . . . K V 1 ,W v - ' ' 495'- , . , X f . . . 1 . I . fx- Q, ' KY 1 ' 9 ' Wifi J l V . . . 1 ig' lb 3 ' ' Y Y--4 ' Q, , ' ' . . . CO 2, ' I u l I 1 I ,cl :Vi .. , . . ..,. V, . 1, X - . . Y 2 K . . . . - at Ig , f: it ,jf j 3 N? s H ' V' ' 1 lm B their opponents. Ruml started at center while Edwards and Knall were guards. 6 54 J ' 1 ' 1 . ' A - ,Q if I I I 7 D I 1 x - ' I V l I l W 2 l 315 mal 15 . 59+ 2:3111 'F . - . Q jfefiif . Y . . . Y I lady If-, , , . , , , , Q 1:1 3 Q - s I s s S ' ' fl I r H 1 . , , - I lxggfo 1 ' f . ' l ' '. . . ey" X-, 1 1 - - L Q 1 l T71 1 l f- . - . X, . . U ,, 5"Yt'y 1 1 - L r . 7 1 . - 1.4.13 1 A 1 1 ' . ' ' Ya fl ' 1 ' . 1 , I , X 3 l X l f 1 5 l . ! GY 1 , f' 1 - l Aide! fgg l x Q , W . . x l 4Q-fr' Dyk? L 1 I l ff -N 1 ,.,, . I . - . 7. 4 1 - 1 . . - arg 7 - . - .0 -. . . . . . . , , nr' um rc'11S'x ralw T..- ,J fx LIGI-ITWEIGI-IT BASKETBALL HE PROSPECTS for a good l1ghtwe1ght season were very remote, thxs year as none of last year s regulars returned although there were several returmng mmute men After conslderable practlse and excellent coachmg by Mr Hoffer the team gradually lmproved and at the end of the season lf was 1 match for any of the league teams Forward Forward Center Guard Guard Guard THE FIRST TEAM Capt Rlchard Duddy Arthur Erwm Wilson Knall Bob Merriam John Stern jztk Cook MIIOF Major Major Mayor Mmor Mmor Award Award Award Aw 1rd Award Aw 1rd LD tjil L ls x.DQ Q V yi ,P nl, M ,yu ' L Gif? T ' ,- ' . :J XX FA G , fk A 'ff' E ,G . . v L 111-L if . I - I. 4 A V- iQ. ' , Q ' - . If gy: - ' - 1 ' Q . I 53:35 1 'f ... ' L f . H, . I g ru i - , ' LTI GCT 1 CD C9 I I I 1 u u r ,y D . ' G D Q lj., eerfield 45 . , . U. H1gh 12 E Na - - ' 'ng . I . K . . . I I n 1 In I lx N 3 3 I ei NE E7 ,, gill A l LFEQ 55 1 .1 gi Q7 'XXX Y if 555 T A . xg , X 4 T LL 4 I 4' nmlrnl Svlwz Jw As usual the Flrst pract1ce game was pllyed It Deerfield and we were beaten by a more experlenced team The members of the U Hlgh team were prac trcally stage struck and therefore were not able to play up to thelr 1b1l1ty OJH C52 ifo ii QD le QNX TL Z' L3 5 LIGI-ITWEIGHT BASKETBALL Bloom 24 U Hlgh 18 U Hugh hd Bloom the fnst thug QUIFILIS but 111 rhg llst quutu, Bloom s hut tum Lump III md bullt up rlu vxnmxng mlrgm Knlll plly ed Ill Lxullcnt QIINL 1nd Uuddx xw 15 the hugh pmnt mm for U I-hgh wnth ught pomte. H Hurd ll U H1511 75 Tlu xx holy squld pllwd IS U H1011 turmd buh Hmrx nd Ill 1 Lompu rum sloppx LXlllblflUIl of blglxit b1ll XX L xxug dufimlglx SUPLIIOI to ou1 soutlwsldg x 1 s lm tu guna wls num L C ulmllg Cgntrll 77 U Hlgh 75 Tln su IPP, llghtwughw Lmu fxom bCl'llI1d to dcfut thu Cltllollg Lani: ll llds flu sggond U H1 Nlutoxx xx 15 mldn possxblg bx KIIL dmdlx Slillklllllg :T Duddx Vvl1USll1l hu buglxats m thu llst qunur to bum, Umwrsux m thy LIL Ol Item . H1.,1 LJIIIXLISIIX PllXLdUI1LOf ns pumwt mmm of tlu susan lglmst Q,llLll'l1Ll Lxtx t 1 mug I xx 1 up l1,lll1SfOI'ILUf In but pu um m ilu L Y lnxuu U Hlgh 'Z lg I L t T tn gum Ill x L ug f H ul IIL qlmg ax 1 umm mtmg mu ' fn. xgmts mug INH kk lux in snwotlx ltlulx of tlu downstltu vms mntun U Hlgh I7 ll wxxl LlIlf0llLll1llt, L11 U21 to I lln Tllllllllllll IQ 1tS gun 1 hx 1 1 L L vxlllgh IL x vum tn '11 Q Ol M In thy scumd lnlt UIIIXLISILB out J1LdTl1u1nton I5 l IkL1hdd2S U H1511 13 t L utu n qu vx Duuhuld 1 its vx tm TL 4 the lnlxnu xuxg lblg to hold mln pOXXLlfLll opposxtlon to 1 Compu ltnxdx low scorn fJVl1lll17IlIt11l I , fh4 ff 'I elf . - , .- , A, ,.,. M Q,, . K . . . K y K t t 'gxn S. " H I x L ' ' 1 z ' . Q L ' A ' " , 11, , . , , ' ' , - - ,A - , if!! KTAVX L. . I A K . . K K . fnuz, VX A41 ff, , jr f Ll ' 'Q . . 'Y .. . If CQ H ' ' ' 1 Q . hh ' L" Q ' L ' it "ly , QF-N X W ri 'gl . 1 1 I K. ' . ' xlosc. W K .fffx "' . ig ,jf Q1-,, QX Q Q . . Ls , ,. ' ' A -- . K .. k LW 1 --- 1 . 1. 1. x - A mlm 1 V ' - xx -- T ,, . . K R . . . . . X I ' . ,. V X .xxx . l Y-X I ' Y. k L x . ' ' 5 XL ' ,x ' l A I ' E ' I" QA Q"' "Av ll-g 1. YN Q g Iv 3,2 XY Th '1 llrnctionrl 37 U. Ayl I6 k A' 1 "P ' .ml ln yh lucy 'cm' .jf 5 ' l I ' ny '. 15 ' ' l'Alj,LlC. I If I , 'f' f , mf 3 I 'KU 123 V A T N lx. lx l' " 21 . K' K ,001 ' , . . . . A . lf'-V2 ij Il1I'ULt'l1 hc .mn 'xn mn 0 l - p, K. l4nl'c1 frk cd .lhCL1d 0 U. ugh f fq ' U4 Lu "n l-kg -l'. ' fxllx 1'5'il'l.,l'lrk'lf gl-1 1' lx 0 ' x 7 . ,, ' 1 . . f -Q Q , . . X . 4 ' l 1' . aj- 'f?"' ii' T "Lu xhr xwv' Yi i' .Y C3 1 II1 ' 25 , . . fx V 3 L Qi IQ U.f Agl Us A ' 1 ' x u ll lc' - ' 111 . ku' 4 Q 'S' I nlf Ek 3 I-ni ' " -ull" ' l - 3,4 11- f ' rl -m. ' ' 4 A. U ' - limb, Y A K1 Qu -- - - 1. V IX l.X K w xx J7! :fy XXL , "' Q ' . , . 1 7 WY- In lu' " 1' K1 no 'ith 'va' , ou' ligl Q, 'i I rl X aid mf - light- ,A ", V--xi . 1 vu- 3 Q-1'rl r A 1' 1 L fglw 4-0 I LIGHTWEIGI-IT BASKETBALL Blue Island 32 U I-hgh 16 Dut to IH 1111b1l1ty to solve block pl1ys UDIXLFSIIY took tht short tntl of tht stort of 1 ZIINL Whlch they Ytllly should h1xt bttn 1blt to Wm CIIIIOIIL Ct11tr1l 10 Hugh l I1 sp1tt o C Iltfl s tttrmmtd tffolts to txt11 up tl1t st11ts t1t U II1-11 111ts 111111 tl b1tl1 tht 111x 1dtrs 111 1s 1ou '1 1 1111t 1s hls txt1 ITLLH pl1ytt l31rtlttt Gym Iqhornton Ir1tt1o111l 32 U hllgll 74 Xxllfll tl1t brt1l1s IL, 1111st tl1t111 U Hlgll xx1sht1tt11 hy 1 tlo-t SL0lt NVl1lK.l1 xv1s tht 1tsult of 1 Illfd Hyht bttxwttn tht txx o ttlms Dutltlv md Ix111ll t1th shntd stormg honors w1th tlght pomts 1p1ttt Bloom 33 U I-hgh 74 A141111 Bloom demorlstrlted 1ts SUPLIIOFICX by tr1111111111g UIIIXLFSIIX 111 1 g1111t WIHLII w1s Hlled wlth expat shots 'md tlex tr pllxs K1HlxllxLC 29 U H1gh pl U111x trs1tx xxon IIS Hrst le1gut XILIOFX of tht xt1r bx wh1pp111x' tht down s ttrs 111 111 14t1t111g benttle U I'I1gh xx1s 1he1tl bx 18 S t nh h1lt mt IXlI1lx 1l1tt fought h1rd to gun 24 pomts 111 tht l1st h1lf Il101I1IOI'132 I'I1gh l Tht ttllh pllx ed ont of the1r POOILSE QIINLS ot tht st1so11 111 tht sttond Ihox 11to11 hghtxxtlght mme, lgllfl bttommg I'I'llXLtl up hx sumplt blotl pl1x Axt I 1xx111 sturttl for U I'I13.,h xvlth Stxtn pomts Blut ISIIIILI 37 U Hlgh Jl Fht l1st g1111t of tht SLISOII xx IS IJIIXLLI 111 Butlttt Gxm wl1trt IIJOLII 11x huntlrttl ptoplt xx ICLIILCI UHIYCISIKX lost 1 l1st sttontl hsght Dutltlx stnk I pomts mtl 1tl1 Cook who xx IS PIIXIDSE h1s l1st g1111t fo1 U I'IlL,ll 1lso pl1xttl 1 QFLII Q1 11t SI ASOXI SUMMARY I ost 1 1 XVOI1 1,111 111111 lr11l Xmr JY' S A... ff' 1 no .1 6.5 ,f 1 1. - . 1.-.1 14-'--1 , HI ,J 1 .. . . . XF. 1, ., 1 . 1 . 11 1 1 1 - .. . . . , ." x 1 1 1 - 1 l H- 7 1 75 xx 1 x I 3 ,- . K . . . . . if , J ,JU 1 W, Y ,YJ H' ' .M " mx' I A11 1 ' ' L U. l 1 0 1,1 1 , . - . . ' -1,. I 1 f ,1 .1-d11 1 1 -- 111 .11-11 I1 - I 11' . . t . , . . , . P, 4 po . t . . 1 .. r, . D. ., . 1 Ill M , .V H 1 , ,,.. - f f :1 .' 1 ', Y A I 4 ' . . . K - .Y -,LN 1 ' 'L aku S ' . K' 'L ' 'Q ' I' " " ' g 111 ,A I I I 1, wg . Q L 1 . . , , 1 1 1 - , . 7 - 'A K 1 V 11. I - 14. . ' - . D rx 1. r I , - x f 1 . . . t .1 fill - - ,3 1 bl V9 L 1 " LIT. f ,V V dv-7 "- .,:5' - 1-1x . ,. , 1, .x 'V 'l 1 1 , ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 '7 A 1: 1' v r 7 2 1 -.1 1 1 11, f ' 1 n 1 ' E f . , . ' , n 1 -gfl . . . . . 1 1 In '. 1 C1 . . . L 'L L 1 ' - Ll C 1 g 4.4, 3 ', v, ' 11 y , -I 7 7 1 1 , W 4 L K t 1 1. 1 . f ,f 5 , r'rf,:1 , I ,, , I' - U 1 1 in W . . K - X I V 1. 1 1, 1 1 ' -1 , 1 1 ' 1 3 n V 1 . .' k. . . , ,K 1, ,. . . . . . . A . ' 'B 1 1 2 " 1 X '. ' 'i L s. Y, 1 t t t 1 . . fit--' ' L' ' f L ' ' . Y ' " Nj 5. X .Y , , , . - . A , ,fig I, -, fr' ' , ,. , , , ,. .11 ' ,- 1 ', 1' . -f .. . . ., . . . . . 1 . . , , , , ,. . , " , , . . . .,, , .l 7 , . 1 . ig " ' 'Q ai' K' ' 13 tg ' ' . K' 1 S A , , I f . H .l '. - , 1 1 Q 1 1 1 l 1 AU , 1-X 105 Qc: L x SENIOR INDQOI2 TRACK HI U HIGH Senior team thls yew was rfnther unfortunate 1n both nts choice of 'ldxerszrles md the sxze of the team The record made by the squad was not neirlx IS poor IS the seores seemed to ll1d1CJIC U Hlgh 54 SUHINID 48 1nu1rx 13 1934 If Home held House The hrst senlor meet of the xelr xx IS lg'lll1SI 1 httle know n opponent, 'ind rl e semors xxon hx 1 SlUSflLt0IX IUIFQIII Olh Pxrlx 64 U Hlgh 235 Nlune 30 The strongest te 1111 ln the stlte found m U Hxgh ID eisx meet but the team went down Hghtlflg U Hleh 40 HN de Puls 62 muny 27 1934 It Home The tmdltlonll U Hugh rlx ll elme wnrh 1 strong team ind V'lI1qlllSl'lCd U High furly C'lSll3 Om Humlrml Tan ,Ef- S Ll 5 W I 1, 1 ' U qul gn A . 'L"'Ik"'J! U, , L. .AJ - . NU, .1 ,A Y Q 2 , - 5 s s ' ' . .fi I 1 :Jil 51 Y T 3 . x -' - MSX AX . ,,fQ,,T'5 ' A 3 7 171 hh, YY f, 'TJ f Ja 1 1' , L '-- ' 'T 1 11:14, X A ' E E - I 3 I 1 h x v xr v. 1 1 1 I ' 7 3 'ru Xi! , 1 . . e . . . . M Y A gA 3 , ' , V , ., ' - . . - V . ' ,U C 5 Lf 4 ' 1 ' . ' e 1' Q' X Q 3 Ni V5 TX O Jnnunrv 20, 1934 at Oak Park H' 2 ' "F Q I I I ', 'L . ' L 3 . A L f. I' ' , I I 1 X E Y . V 7 . 1 ' Y NX . K' , 1 e 'T J? tm We - Ji A - Y s 2 s .. T3 . . . . . . :" Q I I I ' A 1 . 'A 'L x . S . . , , , 'qt' 1 N Am , - ,fee - ,Vj-X1fLl X 1 2,1 31 l 1X A 3. Y 17 I fr 1 " X i ,. X " x N H .I U L'- .- H11 , - VB , I fz L ZY7 g Q 7 SENIGR INDOGR TRACK Tuldtn 60 U Hugh 28 Prouuso 34 Fcbruury 3 1934 ut Home Iqwo xtrx strong ttums eumt to tht Iutld house und proud too hugh grlde compttutuon for tht U Hughcrs Inglewood 711 Hugh R woeutlt 30 Pt ruuuy 10 1934 ut Home Inglewood 1 tum ot thuuuupuouushup tulubtr but U Hugh tusuly but U Hu 1 un u wtuktuutd Stltt bttuust of tht loss of Qutxul men wtuut down hghtung Lu Grunge S6 U Hugh 77 New lqrutu N4 Februury 17 1934 ut Home L Hugh stull Wutn a Weuktntd team, stroxc. un vuun 'uguuust two strong 1dxtrQuruc5 uunstouu 19 U Hugh 14 Nux Iquutu if Ftbruuuuy 24 1934 ut New Trutr Fht U Hugh uuuuksed tt um vs us oxtu whthuuungly dtftuttd by two touutuudtrs for Stutt honors x uuustouu U Hugh 30 0111 Purk 48 X014 70 Murth 3 1934 ut Home Thret ttums eumt to xusut U Hugh md found ut In eusy mutt The score wus much worse thm the ptrformmte of U Hugh unducited Crunt 49 U Hugh 30 Lundblom 45 Bowen 0 Murch 8 1934 If Home In tht fund mttt of the seuson tht tum wus ulmost ut full strtngth and uumde 1 credutublt showung The Scnuou teum wus not so good undoors but hope for tht outdoor smson wus shown Hugh Seortrs were Cupt Tiylor, Newt Edwlrds, md Hurlow Smyth Om Hnmlrttl lluuuu 7 k.K xf gi fvx lib f F rn 7 H ' 1 7 f 1 : 6, f T .R fl! 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Wx 61, , "I U ' x 1. 1, 3 vt ' U , A 1 1 Y ii 1 A I 1 ' , 1 . K . . . . 5 j 1 - 1 1 f on 1 ' V I . In ig . i 6- 1 4 1 K a , u ix ph, ff, 1 gf! igf .... U Q ,-' gf' f .3 I1 - ' V ' 1 , 1 I V, , u 4 H Q ' 'Q 1 1 . ' L ' . f W 5 . z ' - I 1 ' 'Q Q K ' '. . , 1 ' ' 1 . . ' 1 L 1 . 1 T- ,J 2 it 11? 6141 ,-W 55 Tgcb -gj Elem F1 ox-X! f:...,1 Yao R JUNICDI2 INDQQR TRACK T f 7 UO T HI JUNIOR tt 1111 th1s year was one of the best that U Hlgh has known recent years The team competed rn nxne meets durmg the se1son ln these the teqm lost 7 got second phct IU one 'and won SIX The h1ghly successful se1son of the Junlor team showed the cahber of 1ts members Fspecmlly outstandmg among the Jumors thxs year were Bud ones Adm1r1l Brumblugh and tht ytteran Sammy Lwvton, the c1pta1n of the mdoor squmd 7E Sulhy ln 20' U Hlgh 47' january 13 1934 at the U of C Fleld House The lumors m1de a good showrng ln the first meet of the year httle dxfbculty IS experlenced ln bewtnng thrs school Oak Plrk S6 U Hlgh 29 M1meToWnsh1p 12 lI1U'lI'X 70 1934 If Olk Plrls Iltld House Thls Strom, rull 1lvx.1ys outstmdmy, but U Hrgh but Niunc Townshlp fell before the Mlroons 1nd Bllchs A-fx Q 1 O11 IIll1lt,lF1TlllIlP Via' iv 5 T ,yf '. , . x 'L'-fi rf H4 y.t,,t.. M-Wlvwx wX"' T - f s. ' , ' ' -- " XA - 1 . 1n A , , ' K y x 1 - I . .., . . . 3 . 7 1 - . - rv x ' ' Y - ' u as J o,,ff9 ' J ' Q ' axe T C rc - I as A E Vx A zz yu I ' S lil . . , . . . If f" 'x xx X, - .-. L1 1 . r -. J' sz-Ai.. ,E .X '7 ft , 1 . YI ly, . G e , . ,- , ..... , . . K X - KX O I1 ' A ' 'T T T v ' ' 'J w T . . Q . 7 I . - K 'fl ' 3 N9 ow .... ,., f , X " wa . . 'U l I I u I I N Y , VT ' 1 . L ' ,Qi xxx X K 4 H A. , 1 1 L gf '71 -X . . . . . . dyf- .. j 'Q , . " ' Q Y, 'Q . , 1 1 ' 4' Y- H ' ' 1 1 1 " . 'Y I I l I 1 1 g N 3 . , T 7 ' 7 3 Wm 2+-6 ,r::"',i'f3 Ta Cx N f fffii 1 T M , rf' ' 7 1 C3 0 1 1 yan 4,0 TJ, tx, , , 7 WF' fe J ew ,Y ,, C I -...M ylvm A cf , K T ,W E7 GK 4, . fuel y Isl-ff ' gf . A W Y R W U . T f- LT , X We Y "K TXT ' L 1' 'K " ' . S Zi, K7 IKQ JLJNIQR INDCDCD12 TRACK Hvdt P111x sy U Hugh 52' muuy 77 1934 If U of C FlL1L1HllLlSL H1 1 S fI'lL11flOI1l1 IIX 11 pxoxtd Llsx lfttx tht mttt t11t vkLt1x btfo Inc s s11ut11t tm FICLII 77 U H11,11 36 1LbI'Lll1'X 3 1934 lf Homt Tl1L1Ll1 proudtd 1 gruttr dtgrtt of rtsletuut t11111 t11t 11st tomptutor nut st111 ftll btfore t11t umor povxtr houst Lngltwood 32 7 3 U H1g11 43 173 Roosutlt 9 Ftbrulry 10 1934 If Homt Agun U I-hgh won oxtr 1 IlOfLWOI'E11X 1d1Lrs1rs LISIIX the outcomt vw L1 Grmge 71 U Hlgh 33V New Trxtr 70' Ftbrulry 17 1934 If Homt T t lmmublv. umors m1rt11td I111'OLl2,1'1 u1ot11tr twy uttory ovtr two o1d 111 11s Lx lnston 37 U Hlgh 11'f New Trxtr 37' Ftbru1ry 24 1934 It Ntw Trltr Prldt goeth btfort tht full the snort 19 111 t11t story Ex mston 26 U Hlgh 71 Olkplflx 37 March 3 1934 It Home Tht two strongest tc1ms t11.1t U I-hgh met durmg the yur f111ed to bt It t11t MIFOOH wmrrlors 1s b1d1y IS exptcttd Crmt 18 U Hlgh 48' Lmdblom 5 Marth 8 1934 It Homt U I-11g11 tlostd the mdoor SLISOH w1t11 111 C153 VILIOYY ovtr two SL11001S t111t u5u111y put forth good tums Ou Illlll lllr fl A... .gli Q1 f 5 VVA T ,7 17771 f' 1 1 1 '1 1.1 M4 171 311 15, 1 1 1 A - "gJ"" 1- -Ya. VW, , 1 1 4-J . 'g . fqfl 1 ' L ' ' 1 , A XE 14 1 Q A , . . X, ' 1 .11 L ' ' - , 1 . . ' ' no -' 1 f , J U- 'U 1 K 7 1. A ' 3 XL dl' Q X A 7 E x 7 ' 7 ' V ' rc . 1 5: ' -f 1 .1 .1 . r' ,J 1M 1 wa. f JL xr 1y. , ,VI " ,311 'TSJIE f - - 671 I " X 11- ,.- . K KY ' 1" 1 171 17' V ., A 1, , - L , 1 in 4 - ' , . 1- , 1 , ,L . ,, ,, A ., Q , L, . .' 1 M ., 1- W 1 1 ' . ff - ' , , . J ' ,, 1, f " Adi 7 ' n , ' 3'-J .fc '13 C7 ' ' ' Q 1,1 I , 1 X1 ' l 'K 1 4 2 1 If A - 1 2 af wi ' If: 1 vas W I ' I ' 11 H, I never in doubt, U. High n1ways lending. Q, 1" 'kt if- .. ' 'TV ,V ' 1' .f - f - 'N , xt ' ' 1 ' ' 1' -3 ' "' A 'K 1 " ., x ' v 3 3 'I 'If' ! 1 ' ,. Q hi , '. w. X - L Y x 7 2 i xl, VV.i i 1 nv X ,' ' ' - J 7 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' ' K1 1 11111 14,71 15:1 ' F F1 1 U7 A . 1 A., 1 D ' 2 , A ' ' 'C' WJ I L 1 K1 I tt . I 1 1 I I 1 ,, ' I . f I -fir' Q L . 1 u Xkriii ir! 'cgffi JY, 'EXE 'Cifj fa t I ' A- Q 1 L , ,f 1 ' ' 1 Qi fi . . . 1 'X 1 K ,Q . - , K ,L L , ,Q , Q1 K 1 4 1 . ' . 1 1 1 ' ' . deb' 1 SJ ' V K, 1 X34 1 111 , 1 m 3 L E I . - . V, if . 1 - 11- of - A , Q 2 x ,, . ' ' ' I 'Q ' z L' ' ' ' 1 , ' 1 ' Q ' ,Q . . t' I I 1 'l'l1 7 4 YA rl'L'1l ,LJ 13 i C2 Ql L, : l1'l'3 i : :: 482: XYVI3 HQ Gi SWIMMING HIGH has been very successful 1n thexr swlmmmg season th1s year U H1gh was undefeated ln seven dual meets won the South Suburban Champlon sh1p and also placed second 1n the State Champxonshlp meet In the dual meets U Hxgh took 361 pomts agannst the1r opponent s 164 B111 LCWIS Was the star thls year bemg state champnon 1n the 220 yard free style Frank Reach also starred as state champxon m the 100 yard free style Captam Goldman and Coach McG1ll1vary deserve great credlt for leadmg the team to such a successful season We hope that next year s season wxll be as good as the past year under the leadershnp of Mlke Davls who was elected captaln for the commg season Hyde Park 16 U Hlgh S9 The first meet of the season ended very Well when U Hlgh beat Hyde Park easlly by a score of 59 16 at Bartlett gym on December 20 Blll LEWIS was hngh pomt man wnth 12 pomts Thornton Fract1onal 27 U Hlgh 48 Thornton Fractlonal last years League champxons came to U Hlgh to be defeated by a score of 47 27 Some very good tlmes were made durlng the meet and Frank Reach starred wxth 12 pomts 1 It H mlnlllumluu g, ,X .VX CQ Q - ox SDR QNX nj' H T? f,Ql 'Lql ld N X3-'bt 17477: - . . . . . . 'f-W l - ' ' Qc . Qfjl a ' J-ITN Y ' , ' ' ' , , cg? - . . . . , . . gig l Q Y Q! . . . . n W , , . X J? on . . . . N W MZ Q . ' ' 4 T NQAWJ . . . . . I A I J T 1 ag, l T aw 1 . . , . . . . Y .,.. ..,.... . . ' E it 5 1415! ' l Q Q5 tg? GD , . - t . . V r, , , . . . . N X vw 'U Q ' Us 4-as . . by A 1 'WR 3 ,,.jfi,fL , . - s i . , . - . f , T 1 5 Y Ifpfe - - 'Q , ati ' . F I I I ' ' I ' ' ' T 2 to 9 QW N2 4 Z H ' ix 4 Q53 I Q K3 4 -TT 'fi' iid K ,Y ,l i N 'XZ 'ln ell PVUE QM AHA... 1--,E , ,.J il lin fi-75 Q5 : VTX VE! SWIMMING Thornton Township 24 ................,... U-High S1 U-High's first meet away on January 16 was as successful as the previous meets The meet was at Thornton Townshlp where they splashed away to a 51 24 w1n U Hlgh also won a water polo game 6 2 Reach starred 1n both the polo game and the meet Kankakee 20 U Hugh S5 The Umverslty Mermen traveled downstate to beat Kankakee by .1 score of S0 20 Reach and Lewxs starred 1n the meet takmg 21 pomts together U Hlgh won every event but the dxvmg Thornton Townshxp 25 U Hngh S0 The return meet wxth Thornton Townshnp at Bartlett gym was not much dxfferent from the flrst one The meet was held on February 7 and U Hxgh won wxth a score of S0 to Thornton s 25 Kankakee 21 U Hugh 54 When Kankakee came to the Bartlett pool on February 10 they were aga1n defeated S4 21 The meet was not very thrlllmg from a competltlve standpoxnt but Reach made a very fast txme nn the 100 yard free style Davls was hlgh POIHC man w1rh 10 pomts T1lden 31 U Hlgh 44 U Hlgh had been achmg for some good competmon whlch they got when T1lden came to U Hlgh on February 14 The final score of 44 31 showed that U Hlgh was st1ll superlor The meet was qunte exc1t1ng throughout in O Hu I I V-.4 Y- VX '31 li Sxll L4 wr: ' I cd-, ix Q5 rig fx ,H-.Z QOS iQ r ff : C13 ii : , Khj l 1 sf, F C? . lfl Q ff Jn' , - ' - - ' ll V ' N VU 1 n ' , , ' m xwfb 4 Q2 9 GD l 10 CJ I I .,.,.,..............,......., - I . I I 17 . . . Q 0 .H Q95 ' ' D 9 XE,-feb ,it I ' ' - . ' 1 as 'JIM' . . . . 1 li, . . Gel' iff X ..... ,,,..........,....,...... ' . X ' Nil' - . . . . . ' I I Elm - . . - . ' . . . - i 51 F5- tafmq lflf 4 fgl Q 1 Gofllmau Reach I.m'u,'is E4 4 "1-K4 , ip A L ' M -, og Q ' Q V. l :QQ 1- vs, 1 ' Ag' , filers l ff rfb K 5 E I C 1' ' CA X gp jj '- 4 1 me Q., W me uv mf rm lfiflrrn 'TL Z g X III I fcmli kj 'W-T? T do SWIMMING SOUTH SUBURBAN IIAGUI NILI T H1 South Subulbln Lei ut mttt xx IS htld on Itbrunx 74 xt Thoxnton Toxx nshlp 1'1mt prthm1n111t5 xxuc. htld 111 the Ifttxnoon md U Hxgh qu 1h htd txxo man 111 txtrx txtnt In tht hn 115, U H1gh xx on out kl5l1X hx 1 stout of 47 Thtn clostit tomptutors Thoxnton T1 1tt1on11 h ld 74 pomts Lexx IS xx on botu 770 Ind 100 x lid frtt stxh txtnts XX t 113OXNO1'l both IL11XS STAT1Ml1T Cllm lX11lg tht 51.15011 xx IS tht Suu. Intusthollstlt Sxx IIUITIIITQ Nlttt xxhlth xx 15 htld on Ninth 7 md 3 Tht PI't,1ll11lI1l1lCS slxx U Hlgh qulhfx TOUI mtn 111 tht lI1d1XldL1l1 txtnts md tvxo rtllx YLIITIS In the fllll1S U Hugh xx 18 nunntxup to tht Stltt L111I11plOI1 Mamt Toxxnshlp who Ind 77 pomts to U Hlgh Ltwls LTLLIHIL stltt ch1mp1on m tht 770 bird trlxxl Reath xxon tht 100 xard LFIVSI Art Compton took 1 close sttond xn tht 100 xud brtlst atlokt III U Hugh took sttond 111 tht LFIVSI 1 11x xxlth Ruth Bxlndt Go1dm1n IH Itxxls SVSIITIITTIITS, LLTTI R AXVARDS Nixyok Mlxoxt NLNHRAIS A1 thul Compton F1115 Brlndt Robtrt Anduson Htnrx Kihn D1ck Lx ms Rllph N4cCu11on A1 111 Robertson Mlthltl Dau, uck C-o1dm1n Qknptunj 'Nxt X1LLJL11y B111 Ltxx 19 I1ll1h1RLlC11 11 'Ink Stern I1 x mg Stem HIGH POINT NILX Reach 85 1 V815 76 1 m S Goldman 49 D.1x1s 44 Compton 34 7 3 One H1111 fr 1Sl1fFl'!I Q 6-A E g X114 A NE CVS xy' 1 1,12 I I I 1 51,111 V1 N xQ,n,Y' io .-, ., ,UCB F31 4 I - - 1 if I 1 1 - L 1 . L 1 ' Mm I . , , To 1 1 . 1 . .C . . 1 - , . 1 'LITE ' . 7 . 7 1 'I ' L 'h " " " I ' 1 7 " L - A' A '- T Itnj 7 5. , A , - - 7 tff Q ,I 1511? , , , ,v,.1, ,,, 1 , 1 M 1 I -to 1v 1'g ' -. 11 mix 1 . . . -n 1 1 s I - ' 1 -7, YV fu ' 1 ..- 4 -'Q' "F 'IV' . '. ' ' '11 X- 11 . H 1 . . . A 71 NI ax. mg . 4 FX If W ' 4 4 4 T111 ,f-rv, ' 113 . 11 V1 , 1 , ,- W 1 'W V' ' 1 1, V '- V1- ENX K , K3 -,gjw 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1- 1 - - - 1 - X39 13 T A' A- t n x T I -L V - t Y T 1 1 1 t . 14 Il-1 ,' 1 1 I ,LI ,1 1 1 1 , ' 115- -- 4111 K I B -on-1 ', 1- ' -'g's19 1-5 Q f . , . . . . . . . Q in i 1 pomts, and last vear 5 C1lL1I'17lplOl'l, Rockford, txcd for tlnrd xvlth 14 pomts. B111 h I I ' I I 7 - "L ' L X g ' -- - '.1 ' - ' , ' 7 ' ' '," 1 xt 1 .1 'Q ' , ' 1 ' -1'L ' 'Q ' ' ' ', 1 d X - 1 ' ' 'L ' 'C41' ' '17 . 'L , L , . C1 xx. 1 1 1, 1111 11 11 1 11 ' -on 1, Xin if H' i I I I I I ' I I I I 1 N Q 3 N 1 T 1' f 1 .' 1 V V. i . 7 . ,fi 1 ,.f1 1 -, 1, A ,', , 1, 1 - v : ,1 gtk , Y , 'Y N . Y ,, - , ., Q77 , 1 I O 5 . . . . . 1 1 . A 1 I If I ' - 1 4- 1 ,f ,j . . ATQU11 5 1 . . . .lm I . - H I 'BV I " . L-4 I I ,?,1 1 1 1 5 . I I 1 1 . I sk ,ff 1 L . I-CQB I . 1 ,7 1 I I f' L' , ,gy I . CX I Le ' - 2 xft ,ff 11 I 1 3 X KU U71 Ste - S 2,3 , I ' I - me - 4 I 11 -. SWIMMING V' SUMMARY OI- M11 F9 51. ZX. A-5 ,-X! Dett11111t1 11111111 11111 ll 1 I't111111r1 1tbr111r1 lntbru IFS Pebrunx Febru1rX MIFCI1 2 B111 L1xx1s H1gl1 H1211 H Q11 Hugh H1s,I1 I-111,11 Hlgh Hlgh H tt Pll1x IJ 1111011111111 11tt1o111 1411111 11to11 V1 on IIS ll 1Xlll1xl1xLk 1'I1o1 11to11 1do1111sI11p K111Ix1I1tt 1'1It L11 Ttth L1 Iglll Mari' 47 Iqhornton F1lL 4 Thornton Tox111s111p K1n111ktt Sfufc Nfccf Roosu e1t 14 '7 B11I, who w1s one of tht men to st 1rt the tt1111 111s wo1I1td h1s w1y up to beeomt st1tt tI11111p11m Ill tht 270 ylfd fret styIt Ht w1s te1n1 tlpt 1111 11st yur 1nd h1s bun 1 rt1I 111111 for tht tt 1111 Here S110Plllg for B111 nuct yt 11' III tolltgn. when 11t IS sure to be 1 st1r FRAN11 R1 Ac H IMr11111 IS 1Iso 1 st1tt eI11111p1on 111 the 100 YIILI het stxlt F1 11111 IS only 1 sop11o111ort 1nd there 1rt 111g thmgs 111 store for 111111 nuct ye1r JACK GOLDMAN 1cIs W1s C1pt'11n for tht p1st SLISOH, 1nd w1s 1 wry good one HL sw1m 15 well 15 the rest of them 'llld Ied the te1m to 1n undefewted se1son uceept for t1Is1ng second pl1ce 111 tht St1te Meet ARTHL R Commoxr A1t w1s mother QFCIE stu ot the te1m Ht svs 1111 u11dtte1ted 1n 111 tht du1In1ttts III wI11e11 he p11t1e1p1ttd but due to 111 unfortun1te 1ee1dt11t NVIS LlI1'11J1L to sw1111 1n 111 of t11t111 U11fortun1tt1y, Art 1111y not be w1t11 us nuct ytn 11 I1t gots to the 11nd of LIIQIIDC1 fjlll IIIHI 1 Il S E f . 1 . ,, . - . 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X J L OUTDOOR TRACK SENIOR OUTDOOR TRACK HL SENIOR team was not very successful durlng the lndoor season However the general dxsabnhty of varnous of the more promment members both scho lastncally and physlcally led to a rather dnlapndated personnel and consequently a poor showlng It IS to be hoped that the outdoor season will be more successful than the lndoor and that the Illlgllfy runners wlll be able to malntaxn a better standard than before Under thns wrxte up you w1ll find 1 schedule of the forth commg meets By the txme th1s appears the measure of success met by the team wlll have been reported by our worthy slster pubhcatlon The U Hlgh Mxdway Varlous of the stars that dldn t shme nn doors for whlch hope may be expressed are Carl Hassenstenn ohn Helde Almon Manson Harlow Smyth Rlchard Cragg and a few other of the lesser lummarnes JUNIOR AND SENIOR TRACK SCHEDULE Morgan Park 82 U Hxgh 31 Aprll 18 Wednesday 4 30 at Stagg Fxeld THORNTON TOWNSHIP AT HARVEY Aprll 27 Erlday 3 40 BLOOM May 4 Frlday Stagg Fleld 4 00 O H frdligbffn ill kg, il' C13 fx 'l Alba Q10 w f-if 1 M 43 Q S, A V "' H A 1 C' Tl , X I' ' ,Q 1 T ,gl ig mul lf 1 A A' 1"'rT M" A . . . . . - if-Q, ' v F! . . , 4 . . 5 ,gflim - J I fv . 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T 'be '14 , 1 M Qs ! l ef' T T bfi-X ' N l I ff H F3315 , ji ru' umr i e -ful if ff- ,J i Kb ,fog Cl 'Y OUTDOOR TRACK JUNIOR OUTDOOR TRACK HE UNIVERSITY of Chxcago Hrgh School has been very fortunate m possess 1ng an excellent lumor team For several years now the junlor team has been top ranklng nn the South Suburban League Last year the jumor team was successful ln agam wmnlng the League Meet and thls year the same general personnel IS stxll runnmg yumor So much antlcx patlon IS mamfested by some of the more chesty of the jumors for the repeat mg of prevlous vlctorles xn the South Suburban Meet Included ln the sennor wrxteup xs the schedule of meets th1s year The lumors hope to have a successful season and by the tlme your weary eye scans thls the measure m whlch these hopes are reahzed w1ll have become general knowledge but now the mlsts of the future hlde thls fact from all HYDE PARK May 9 Wednesday Stagg Fleld 4 00 BLUE ISLAND AND ARGO May 19 Saturday Stagg Fleld 9 00 SOUTH SUBURBAN May 26 Saturday Stagg Fleld 9 00 OfvH m1rlV1 len Cl Hi H75 1,2 Pr,- STE 7 T ai ,Z N. lg OL, 4- WV . . . 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O3 49 fc ,W 1 ff - xx ly -415 l I u r 4 l 'uv 1' KT.. ,J i if 13 565 Ill OO :itil A4 L-":'w K-J 'ag' rfuo' l Us X J BASEBALL H1 HAM Il11SjClI wls made up llrgely of Sophomores and jumors Wlth 1 fevs Semors The regulars back from last year were only three but Wlth 1 new comblnltxon of underclassmen the telm showed up pretty well The Infield played wonderful ball all the tIme The outfleld d1d thexr part to make the team a success The battery cons1sted of Lauerman Evans Dean and Strauss Dean dld 1 good job at catchlng even though It was h1s Hrst ye1r Ill that posltlon The result of Mr Hoffers colchmg are qulte eudent and lf lppears that a champ1onshIp team wlll be sun around U Hlgh In 1 couple of years Lauerman Ex Ins Dean Strauss Warner Stexenson Johnstone Eastman Cook Stead Cummmgs Hess Bernstem Stern Duddy and Knall Hyde Park 6 Parker 8 Pxtchers Catchers Fnrst Base Second Base Shortstops Thxrd Base Outfielders U Hlgh 1 U Hlgh 1 OH: f-1 L-X 2 Ci L.. "1"-I aol K E '. 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I I ' T I l I KF I I Q I l l I ' I BQ Ikxw I Q! qw, fe' I- I M11 lgxt l eil If 'QLJ 'J Ill' Ill dffd Tu'F7If1' XT ,dxf TENNIS HIS year s edltlon of the U Hlgh ICDHIS tt lm has been exceedlngly fortunate Ill haung A A Stagg r to coach It Wlth h1s ud and the turnout of such stellar tennls players as Capt Blll Stevens Trcd Ruml and Blll Lew1s the season IS bound to be 1 success One early mornmg 1n Apr1l about twenty stalwart U H1ghers partlclpated 1n the golf team tryouts Led by Arthur Erwxn wlth a low score of 86 sux men ln all quallfied Coach Walker expects that hls proteges wxll haw 1 successful team Tbc T1 am Art hrwln Dlve Kn 1ll Harry McMann W llson Knall Norman Anderson atlx Goldmm Meets have been arranged wlrh Argo Thornton Morgan Plrlx M A Hyde Park and Blue Island O ll 111 M lf- XT f.J fC7s run' 5 Q i r 1 'j ffl N lex .raft .3 ,-,-, - sit A -y ' ,gli 2 U' I na lik l 211 1 ,fix fm ' 44 w tn AY V' sc, -lgrfj Vfxiiiipp 1 ' 1 C CW, ig X ,, l il l F G Cx . . in b 0 1 . Y. J . . . 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'N kd INTRAMURAL SPORTS F HIS YEAR Mr Walker and Mr Irwm planned and carned out one of the most successful mtramural calendars m the hlstory of the school The cooperatlon vhrch was afforded by the part1c1pants was the best posslble and throughout the season only the finest grade of sportsmanshlp was to be found Intramural act1v1t1es were carrned on 1n soccer touchball basketball and baseball In each case there was careful orgamzatxon and extenslve plannmg as a background Mr Walker Mr Irwln and all those who partlclpated ID or were 1n any way connected wlth the mtramurmls are to be congratulated on the excellency of this year s mtramural season TOUCHBALL It was to the dellght of all underelassmen that the athletle department th1s year lflluguflfed touchball xnto the mtramural ealendar at U H1gh The experlment was .1 complete success smce It was supported by eyeryone w1th the greatest enthusnasm The boys were sep lrated 1l1tO two dlVlS10l'lS the heavy welght league whxeh consxsted of sxx teams Ind the l1ghtwe1ght league con tumng four telms In the helyywelght dlylslon the tltle wls won by Team 2 whlch was ably led by Harry McMahon The hghtwelght dlVlSlOl1 was won by the Cavemen who were eaptamed by 1'ar1s Personnel of Team 2 Personnel of Cavemen Ellsworth Farns Capt Donald Anderson Donald Abbott Robert Coehran Charles Connor Harry McMahon empt john Corcoran WllI1S Ixllmgton Don Herbert Rlchard Trovx brldge Jack Coy er Freder1ck Freund Rlchard Mallng Wllson Knall Jerry Strauss Wcflllllfh Thom I5 Fleldmg Osborn Plnlrp Rosenthal Melvln Tracht FIINAL STANDINGS TUUCHIIIXLL HFAX YWEIGHT 1 La t Tied Tot Pts Telm II Tvs 1l1ghts Clmels Bench Warmers Blue Eagles Team I U H 1' IT lx ,- 5 p- w lex' yuef , 2, - . -f 2- - .K X y . x W, 1 ' ii- - ,,Y,x . . . . . E ,ra 2 , , , . 2 A ef ,sl ' ' . , ' ' , , X L 1 ll-Qi . J I I . . . . Ain ' s ' 9 fx 'K . . . " , .gk hr' Q , K 1 s W 1 ' y ' ' . ' hw 'ggi V s. jr,- S 7 2, Cllih , ' , . , x - 1 - s 1 lf- LX v ' "' ' L ' ' n I . " ' A ' . D . ' l 1 Q . K . . . U l , . , , , 1 1 1 I . . ' . . ff . ' ' ' ' s 1 L . Q I' ' I 2 I ' y . I , l 1 Y q T ' . I 3 ,f Q f. '- l W J, ' I l Qfw ' tt T iv 1 ri 4, I I I . . . . I ' I l an i En i ' , Q ,-..-.T - 6 V - x A f 1 7' ' . , ' X jfixail 1 , , 1 ' Y l ,ATX r"'1U 1 ' fff' f l I 0 a 2 A 0 ' 1 H V, . . Ky' i A zzvgrill . . 45. - ai LL f T s V XY yl ,TTD ' 5 9 Wg., ff--ja, 2 5 PQ 1 v Y Y ,X Q r r -- - 1 C kk ' -"l v, . X Perri: 14114 XX on as ' . . K, 1 f' ' l XX, H S 0 0 'J , I ' ' f ' 3 2 o 6 fa I fa 1 . . . . ,.,, 3 2 0 6 f Q , Lael - A X , , 1 2 2 4 ' ' , 1 3 l 3 0 4 l 1 Ill' um rm uw: -I INTRAMURALS FINAL STANDINGS-TOUCHBALL LIGHTWEIGHT Won Lost Tled Tot ts Cavemen Panthers 3 2 s BOWCFICS SOCCLR The soccer selson wus earned on 1n the slme hxgh st 1nd 1rd that was prexa1l mg throughout the entlrs, year The same system of d1v1s1on thlt domu ated 1n touchblll was used 1n soccer IS was the clse wlth the personnel of the teams s1nce they were dlvlded as evenly as poss1ble The competltxon was very strorg all the t1me the heavywe1ght schedule endlng 1n 1 t1e for first place between the TWIlIghfS and the Bench Wlrmers The TW1l1ghfS led by Art Erwm won the playoff by a 2 to 0 score The l1ghtwe1ght honors were agam taken by the Cavemen Personnel ot TW1lIghIS Personnel of Cu emen Arthur Erwm Capt Ellsworth FIFIS Capt Donald Anderson Donald Abbott Robert Cochrln Charles Connor jack Cover W1ll1am Corcoran Charles Devr1es Wallace Herschel Marshall Holllnder Karl Koos Frank Reach Morton Wurtele R1ch1rd Mlhng Fleldlng Osborn Ph1l1p Rosenthll Melvln Trlcht I INAL S FANDINICS SOCCI R I-II AX X XY I IGI-IT W on Lost Tled Tot Pts Tvs 1l1ghts Bench W lrmers Tum II Blue Eagles QIIIIGIS Te 1I'I1 I IINAL STANDINIC3 SOCQIR LICHTXNI ICI-IT XX on ost Tlec ot 1 CIXLIIILII 1nt 1ers Bow LFILS II lllu lx! ,lf ' .P . 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'I1 I 'I xg , W- If C' 5- TI1- I -. ug ' ' 1.15 'I I '. 1.5, I 'I "I 'Q fr L.fIII'1 run ', and 2 1' 'I "I 1- ' f".I . tu TI 5 Q. I1 y 1I ' AIULII II I '-IMI 'Q A 'Q 'I 'I-'L Ilz ,"I 20 in 105. T xr In 5 X gn" 'c x'11t rx' lI1c c11111 LCI11' '1LI,1 LI o 1 1 ti x"" K x"1 ' I fscy -- LIT 'I 'I ' Is 'I Il Ig LZ Y 1 I1 1 I '. If' I. Il I 3 1 .I 'L A S ' . I5 5 30 Nl. II ' f I 5 5 S ' " -Q 14 6 28 f1 1 - 1 3 ' ' I I ' . . ll 9 22 I' 1 ' . I ' S Z . I0 I0 20 ILL - 14 F ' 6 14 12 I Il ' , 1- ,, 4 16 3 J , ,. . X I I L I .I -I IQ Il I -I 2 1' . l FoIIowi11g11rc the 8 Icnding scorers in the I1cL1vywcigI1t Ienguc. The players are J If- I I 1 I . I .w I1 LII I .' "1 ' 1 A 1 1 ' I. ' 5 95 Il -01 . 15 'H . IL K ' S8 9 1-5 . 4 I7 , 1 . -- 37 1 75 5.764 13 I I Q" . I SI 7 III9 5.40-A 22 - I 49 8 106 5.27 " 22 " .A - ' '- 29 7 65 4. 4 I6 D 1 7 - -.6 31 5 I7 3.949 I7 I I fx It L 24 II 59 2.95 20 5 1 1 I ' 'A I 'Q fx IIK' L H " 1 'L ' '. 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I - 5 5 xl 1 y 5-1 , -1 L 1'H1 1l111l T14111l1-foul' L11 tex INTRAMURALS Nlme of Team NVon Lost Po1nts Captun Burt Marx 1mes H111 'Vhlton Connelly Robert Fur John Mstrkhm Red Deuls Poop Outs Repellers F1ght1ng Fne R A s SI' 1nd1e1tes sub freshmln telm F 1nd1c1tes freshmm telm Ponnts gnen out slme IS 1n l1C1XyWC1gl1E lelgue The 7 leldmg hlgh POIIIK men nn the l1gh we1ght lelgue follow No of Nlme of pllyer I'1eldGo1ls Free Throws Tot ll Pomts Averlge Glmes NVh1pple 6 75 Fur 5 61 er Connelly 545+ Connor 75 D1etz Appel M 1rx 2 17 + 313+ 305+ The members of the w1nn1ng telm 1n thxs league as 1n the he.1vywe1ght lesngue recenved awards The members of the Red Dev1ls the w1nn1ng te1m were Captun Burt Mlrx J1ek Hower D:1v1d Ellbogen R1eh1rd VILKIHSCY Reed XVh1pple Robert McK1nsey md Daud Wchrks I-Ilndblll volleyblll sw1mm1ng trstck 1nd free throwmg were the other sports eh If were pllyed 1n mtrlmurlls durmg the Wlnter ulrter I-IANDBALL There were two round roblns each telm 1n both lefagues be1ng dnnded lnto two seetlons In the helvywelght lelgue the teams were plleed 1n the follow mg order 1 Po1ntless Wonders Z Unknowns Q31 B1g Shots Q41 L1ttle Fne 5 Hot Tlmlles 1nd 6 N1ghtm1res The telms were the s1me throughout the Wlnter 1n both leagues The lxghtwught lelgue wound up 1n th1s s1tu1t1on 11 Red Deuls 2 N R A s 31 Repellers 4 oop Outs md Q51 F1ght1ng Fnve VOLLRYBALL The he 1vywe1ght le lgue wound up 1n 1lmost the s1me pos1t1on IS 1n hlndblll The exlet order was 1 Pomtless Wonders Q21 Unknowns Q31 Bng Shots 4 N1ghtm1res Q51 T1m1les md Q6 L1ttle FIVE In the Infant League the telms f1n1shed 1n th1s order 1 Red Dev1ls 2 F1ght1ng FIVC Q31 Poop Outs Q41 Repeealers and the N R A s finnshed list O II llnl'I'u 1113 E1 X3 oil Q ls WDC gl C 33. :il OX -EDN Qxx ,LfA1i,,- ' 1 SF 1 ' 1 16 4 32 I l F - . , 12 8 24 J. 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I 2 K J - . , c D nv III1 r '1' Y'-fire ,..Jf me X ogy X16 I E Q ,-J IIXITRAMURALS SWIMMING Three mtramuml swlmmmg meets were held for both hghtwelght and heayy XKCILIII leagues on February 21 February 28 md March Z1 In the heavywelght league Pomtless Wemnders fimshed first Uddmg up POIHIS of ewch meetj Hot T1males Hmshed second Llttle Fne was thlrd Blg Shots vms fourth Nnght Mares e1rne IH fifth md Unknowns d1d not pl1ee 1n any meet so they got no polnts In the hghtwexght leigue the tewms fII1lSl'lCd 1n the follovsmg order Q1 Red Deuls Q2 N R A s 31 Repealers 14D Fnghtmg F1ve and Q51 Poop Outs RFSULTS OF TI-IIN THREE INTRAMURAL SW IMMING MILETS FI BRUARY AND MARCH 1933 34 Feb 21 Feb 28 Mar 21 T0t1l Polnts I-IPAV1 WI IGHT B1g Shots Hot Tamales Lxttle F1ve Nlghtmares POIIIIIICSS Wonders 0 Unknowns L1GHTxx1 IGHI' F15ht1ng Fne N R A Poop Outs Repewlers FREI1 TI-IROXVING The best he1yyvse13,ht lelther tossers turned out to be Blg Shots Next best vxexe Unknowns follovs ed by L1ttle FIXC Hot Tamlles lN1g,htm1res 1nd I omtless XX onders The hghr contest xx IS tllxen by Plgliflllf, Flxe The other vxexe Poop Outs NI R A s Red Deuls 1ndRepe1lers TRACK There vtere 3 1nt1 lmurll t1.1elx meets held on Februuy 8 I'eb1u1ry IS 1nd Nlueh 7 The Unknoyyns 13,1111 came out XlCtOIlOUS md the 1esults when 'lddllig up 111 3 meets 1 e 2 Llttle Flxe Q3 Iomtless XX onders Q41 Hot T1m1les CSD Blg Shots 1nd 14:00 dmg to the vmy the telms vxere scored Ol then pOll'lt yalue the lN13,htmares dnd not plwce Red Deyxls shovxed flIClI' heels to then I'lXll hghts VSIIIIIIIIE on the tmcls Poop Outs Repellels N R A s Plgliflllj., PING Il1Sl16d 1espeCt1vely T ty fl 'UA V 1 - gg t ' . t . .7 ' . 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GIRLS ATI-ILETIC ASSOCIATION HE Glrls Athletlc Assoc1at1on one of the most act1ye organnzatlons at U Hxgh has had another successful year Outstandlng efhclency on the part of the Board members has been necessary to meet the problems resultmg from capable presxdent In Bea Hall who has cheerfully dey oted both t1mc and energy 1n promotmg the welfare of the assoclatron The cooperauon of Mlss Sm1th1es 1n her capaclty of faculty advlsor and of Mxss Kndwell M1ss Burns Mlss Morehead and M1ss Jay vsho have always glven so ungrudglngly of thelr t1me ID the 1nterests of the G A A IS greatly appreclated The act1v1t1es of the past year wexe the hockey spreads the Dlme Dmner the annual banquet and varxous mmor functlons such as a booth at the Carnlval Mlss Dudley has cordlally 1nv1ted the g1rls to haxe tea wrth her 1n Ida Noyes Hall seyeral t1mes durmg the year As m prevlous years there has been Imp and Pep competltlon the cup bemg presented to the wxnmng team at the G A A Banquet The Board declded that the lower class sports should count as much as the upper class sports 1n determmlng the wlnner of the cup The Pep Captam Jane Rmder and the Imp Captam Kate Sulzberger have been great assets to thelr respectlve teams and are to be congratulated upon thelr unfallmg lnterest and outstandmg sportsmanshxp Bea Hall ane Rmder Kate Sulzberger Sue Wolbach Ann Wemple Om' Hu 1 f l'lT1Ll'7lfX ugh! G A BOARD Pvrfsldwzf Prp Capfalu Imp Capfam Sr rrrfwry Trf'as1nrr lane Gllruth Imp Sub Caplam Marlon How ells Pep Sub Captain Marlon Stlckney Freshman Rzprcsmzlalzze Catherme Hnrsch Frcvbmarz Rvprvsmzfuflzv Jean Mulllns S1117 F7'f'Yl7llI61lI Rrprcscizlalllr 'l""l IC-Il? lciv CUXI ig 1 Dx ,E IQ! Cfj : 2 CX x 'ij V, .I , TT 142 I I I I I I fx. ,DAY V I4 vu , A ,S I .O I I -I I ' W I- . I I I I , I a A I " 5 ' J' ,fo Q Egg-,- , 9 Tf VN, I x XI-'EI I I J I , I 1 --i Y 'I y I LI I EI I XM,-, , IQJJL Q IS QI I I j l I I I in I I . , . . . . 7 . . Q ' If- ' - , . X' " YI A . lfjnik . . . I .fr f N , the d1y1s1on -of the upper and lower classes. The G. A. A. has had a popular and 5 , in-4 9 7 Y LIT- ' I Xxx, 5 . . . . 6 K V wh ff? . . . . . ' . . 17 T' I I I a ' v I I ' I I I y . . . . . 7 V . I K I 1' 'T ., .' . . Y' ' . ilgrgg, y . . ., y I V13 . I 3 3 I , , . :OJ y I Q y . . . . . V . . Q I I I . -ff 1 y - . . V -T-f1NL,,-I3 . . , . . s . ' - . 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' 1' y I .... - H' -4 II rx ' "- ' ,.J 'WL i tg? fX fab Q43 rfff lx 111 Sul lu V11 1 1311: 1111! 1111 Rllllll r HE NEW PLAN whrch was mtroouced thxs year really affected gym only 1n connectlon wxth the unror and Semor classes These classes, mstead of gomg to Sunny Gym, went over to Ida Noyes Hall where they found many new and dlfferent sports coupled wxth the old favorxtes they had known s1nce Elementary School days Here they also found many teachers ready and wnll mg to help them master certam hard routme plays, and to show them new trlcks rn each sport Much przuse should be gnven these hard workxng teachers who won the respect, affectlon, and admlratlon of the g1rls m the nxne short months CAPTAINBALL Captalnball 1 sport new to the uppercl1sscs, was mtroduccd llst autumn It was played once a week, and was r1ther well llked The g1mc conslsts of two teams of thlrteen players each, three of whlch are gu1rds, two Ire c1pt 11ns 1nd elght IFC blscmen POIHES can be made by shootlng baskets, by clrcular passes to 111 the b1semen, or by throw1ng a b1ll to a c1pta1n, who bounces rt Captamball IS re1lly 1 fast game when lf IS played by exper1enced teams Tour naments were held between ex enly dnxded Imp and Pep teams, 1nd m1ny of the gxrls developed 1 great deal of skrll SPIQLDBALL Speedball a new glme thls ye1r w1s pl1ycd bs the under cl1ssmen before they took up hockey Accordlng to reports the g1mc w1s 1 combmatxon of hockey, soccer and b1sketball Obvlously, thls combxnltlon m1de 1 dlffcrent, but excltmg game and was well l1ked among the g1rls The Sophomorcs won the class serxes, and the Peps the Imp Pep serxes Om Hun lrcwf Tu N111 mm' L K-A fgi lfil C A I M 11 A7 i, LN 4 T-'TT Q4 'W ' Q7 M V P ff, 1 S' RQ 11,4 if ' K' , 5:1 gl,-,rr fqfg-J 1 A ,"'l'-" 1 . 1 f fx, 1, ., , xr, 'ff 1 - I , Af. 1 L, 1 bf' 5 t . 1 1 u u 1 - 'V' 1 - 1---1, S9 ' l C4 1 W . 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Tfjb :iii is fm ff Q K2 HOCKEY UPPERCLASS HOCKEY NOTHER successful hockey season was carrled out last autumn xn sprte of numerous snow flurrles and cold weather The Imps won both games defeatmg the Peps l 0 and 6 l Incndentally Bea Hall scored practlcally all of the goals for the Imps Soon after the Imp Pep games when the G A A Board Wlth MISS Burns and Mlss Kldwell had chosen the All Star team an All Star Alumnae game was played Thls was a very close game and resulted 1n a 1 1 t1e The lone U H1gh tally was a beautlful angle shot by Jane Rmder The second game was between the All Star team and the College Honor team Th1S also ended 1n a t1e w1th no score although the College team frequently penetrated U H1gh s twenty five yard l1ne but the1r mabnlxty to score was due m a large part to the accurate defence work of Furry and Phemlster teams The Freshmen Sophomore team fought a rushlng hard hxttmg game ln contrast to the accurate passmg attack of the umors and Semors The final csore was 2 2 All 1n all the gxrls seem to have had a rather tymg season fpun OHddT f--'1 Cl C11 3 lPQ ZX, T...-. Cflii Q25 ij 62,3 QNX -H V77 Z U wb A ee ifg I 4 A ' , ' ' Ee i - - I b , . . s i Q - le l T n c n , I 1 l gl n I D , , . - I 1 gg gy - . - . y . I - - Q gy . . . . a - l E - . , - ,. . . . . ig CU Q 3-Z The final game of the season was between the upper and lower class All Star Q , , , ' - , , ' -, u I n. s J l I Q GJ - . . , . . ju CD U fl J TK aff A . G it it A . , , ' a n n I M T M1 l A T H tsl l Q Dv! af-Cr it V l rx! 435 i ii ii l nc un rf' hirly M Ol fi X C343 V O GD 7 UPPERCLASS HOCKEY TEAMS Flrvf Imp Nlmmons Horton Hall QC1pta1n Huff1ker Brown Steen. K1tL Sfl'1ltl'l Sxlbermln BIOSSIC Phemlster Chcncy Va1 Fmt Pr p Wolbach Boenlcke Rmder Johnstone Marx TOblH Chandler Tlbbercs Swmeford Stern Furry Capt un Wolblch Horton H 1 Johnstone Rmder K1tz Smlth Ch mdler Swmeford Plumlstcr Furry IMPS PEPS ALL STAR W W H Houomblrf Mc llfl0l1 Cr1st Tlbbetts Suomi Im Hlrvey CFISI Wcmplg fCaptun I wing McNull TIICJFUIS Courshonm Hoflcn Mmn Connor Plumb CUYLI Szcmld Pc ernegm Wenk Vlncent VIcKmstry QCZPYHIHD Eshbauglm Norgren Gayton Hormll DeCosca Pltlnlfl Engclman g..4l4 Steere Hoffer , , O H11 lT1rx ' k.k yi-L' lc J 503 lag O9 'irq fr . -- l .vim vll Nl lm R - ' L. . , : - A J C. F. 1 - 9 Q1 Aj ' 1 R- I. E . W- IT? 'N I R. ll v 1 lf.. iff ' . C. H. ' - 1: I 1 , x R. g N 'A ' 1 L. F. N - XX as u ' . R. F. 355 gg. l G. G. . R ' . E PV' 1 f ' ' ' - C' F' . u 1 I lllxfi. R. I. E. A l '. ' ll iq R. W. ..., . R' Ng .. . C. H. . . . l lf?" ' . . R. H. 3 v 5 V . A . Th, I Q 2' J L. F. . .. X ln. T 'lb .. ... R. F... . '. R-fl m. T l G. 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O31 HQ LJ HOCKEY UNDERCLASS HOCKEY H12 LOWER CLASS hockey season succeeded the speedball season and thxs year went very well although there was not much pract1ce due to the weather At first there were some d1fficult1es but the playmg 1mproved as the season progressed The under classes were very enthuslastlc and Went to as many practlses as posslble The Peps won two out of the three games although the Imps put up thelr usual Stlff light The All Star team conslsted largely of Peps Those on the All Star team are Waples Schalk Gllruth Sutherland Stubbs Coambs Howells Strckney and Lelgh Honorable ment1on goes to Chetham and G1llet One Hundred Thirty Iwo CD Ci E 1.2 G 41 rimla C513 io CL-ll t : :QE ffl Q X ij V or y by 91 - ' - - 1 i, O g y . ' . i . ' i 1 E . E f' . ' - , , ,- 1 'K V 9 7. 9 1 ' 1 oc: pic VU ' U1 EQ l en I I I I I I llGD' QU 1 his K for T' 1.115 I L3 Q I LW-CD? Q AYL LA UNDERCLASS I-IQCKEY TEAMS IMP TLAM Stubbs C ntel Schalk Rt In Gllruth Left In Thomas Rt W Chetlnm Left XX Colmbs Center H Gllbert Rt H Be ln Left H DLlLliU1lDI1 R I Kahn Left I' Molander C101 Ioruurd Sub Bark S1111 Stlelxney Turner PEP IILAIVI Wlpleg Center HlfSCh Rt In Grabo Left In Sutherland Rt W Eckhouse Left W Howells Center H Metcalf Rt H K1rsche1mer Left H Plxmpton R F Gllletre Left F Sm1th Goa Forman! Sub Bat la S1117 Freund K Lugh Freund F XLL STAR Tl AM XY 'mples Center Sclnlle Gllruth Le t Sutl1erl1nd Stxelenex Rt Stubbs Left Coombs Centex Howells Metc llf Left llmpton R I I'reund I Iexgh Ieft I Sllllfll C Ol Im1eurzfS11l 13114 f S1117 C lmetlwlm Cnllctte U ll l l I A541515 , . . , , - 5 ' . . . . . , . . X Q Lf'i"w ' ..,, ,,...,..,........... .........., . . 'H 'A r 1 Y, DAX . , . 'H I. . V 'A' 1 t. 3. ' ' , , I al I I I I . . , . . I fl I . . I. . U' I ' , . I . I . . , 'I ,-,ffiff I l i . ,eixi 1 l 1 . I T If ' 1 ' 1 P: 'W 1 I 1"' I 7 1 , . 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UPPERCLASS VOLLEYBALL LTHOUGH there was not as much mterest as ln other years volleyball th1s year was played once a week and was enjoyed by all There were very few team practlces as most of the tlme was devoted to basketball but there were several practxces wlth the lower classes m whrch a large number of gnrls partxcl pated and whxch aroused much rrvalry between the two groups The Imp Pep teams were chosen late 1n January and were so evenly matched that ln the resultmg game the lead alternated several tlmes The Imps eventu ally found themselves two pomts ahead with two mmutes to go but the un daunted Peps axded by the steady accurate playmg of Mary Johnstone scored snx pomts to wm by a score of 34 30 The All Star team whlch was chosen soon after the game conslsted of the most sklllful of the players on the Imp and Pep teams As durmg the hockey season games were played between the All Star teams of the upper and lower classes The result was rather satlsfactory for the under classmen as the Freshman Sophomore team was out to Wm and took two straxght games 21 16 and 21 19 Om' Hum1rnlTlJ1rM four l L53 Q VS?- X39 XD M il if E -is le QNX Cl T T53 M tie A e r t e s - ' a E KN, . . , ' , j lb V112 , ' m .bl . . QQZ Ill i, . tllll , - ' QW .Tyr Fa M1 iieib TQ lg . We l lk X 2' fir! VQLLEVBALL TEAMS UPPI RCLASS TLAXIIS UNDERCLASS Im 1 Sullbur gr Qlptunj H1 Pbcmlstyr BIOSSIII Huffxkcr Connor S1bc.rm1n Srmrh Crnst Subs Hoffer Plumb Cheney Pe Rmder fCapt.aInQ Swmeford Malmg Furry McK1nstry Heltmann Tlbberrs Ruml Il J Klugn XLL STAR Rmdgr SulLbLrgcr H1 SWll1LfOrd NICKIIISCFS ohnstonu Plumxstnr Crlst HCIIITI mn Honor zfflf N llflllll xl'lllI12: Iurry Sllllfll Clnnq Ilumb Im BIOSSJI Qhntb IIT! Commbs Gllruth Sub llk btlgknuy Stubbs Thom IS Turnur Su JY Bun Hlrsgll B P L Glllct Howells Klrschhumer Nletcalf Pllmpton Sutherllnd V9 .lples S11 7X Nlullms T1rnop1l TEAMS ALL STAR Sglnlk Howclls Cheth IIN Suthu l md CO1U1l5S Cnlrutll IIPILS gllllfll 1115 Stubbs Gxllm 'Stml nu O11 ll7lrxr ,Lf- 27 T ,ff ,A M M V I l N uf r I x 7 A I I ,S ' 1 Q U A II flu, ' ' Z ' 2' Q 1 A ' I S' . l K N , . lfnj, " J , 1 , k ?I'f!I U1 , A . QV fllxl' 1 'fill ..... fx ' - A Ui? 1 II ' I I nj , , 1 ' lv QR? f I I ' f , , ll l-14.53 I I ' ' ' ' V Q ll 1 - ' S I V11 - I lib If P Iffll " 'HQ I W I ' I I ' ' I I I -r-lg' 17" ,ff 1 ill ' ' l -sly? . C T ff Johnstone Smlth N .ml ,f?l.2 l L W ' . fry' I V I ISI I' ' I riffs l Rffll EYI S I A - ' El Wibf v - 1 I S in i f i.u ,ff ' S ' 4 rl I Y Y ' m K 1 x K XX Y 54, ff fi all Q " 'S M1 , -K , , Z I grrri Y L - K, V E :riff , 1 ' I Q l KS' J x is , E W1 ,. QR I A bn, 235 A S if A 5' ' 1 ' , 1 ' 1 Ir' ' . 5 S J ,VM A I 1 . K ' 1 ' fr Y- I - ' 1' V. xrfvv . , x .Q , , V 1 l J nu um rv. A fir -,iff vi, l , l Vin 'Y 7 403 Q2 O GJ Xi' ?-..J Cl? 'Qi CE f MQ Gi VOLLEYBALL UNDERCLASS VOLLEYBALL HE LOWER CLASSES started volleyball before Chrxstmas vacatlon and con tmued untll the begmmng of February As there were practlses both after school and durmg the class hours the grrls developed much skxll m thls sport and are to be congratulated upon thelr fine playmg Due to the large number of enthus1asts the class teams were chosen wlth dlfficulty After the Sophomores won the class champ1onsh1p the Peps beat the Imps two out of three games ln the Imp Pep tournament Thus put the Peps well on the way toward wmmng and Semor team but the upper class team not havmg had much practlce was somewhat hand1capped Om' Hundred Tbrrty :tx LT, Xi Q wrgk ZEL -X l 102 ix C-fl u OX 105 Qxx L3 rbi nee? new V . . XX 3 f 1 T . . . , . r xg . . . Q l Ill' Q X V v Ed U L - . - L - pl SH N'-Ah' the cup. When the All Star team was chosen, the lower classes beat the junior 'f'X?' 4 14, . - . . xg, sv ' . Lie m 3 LA gp l Ll? . L l O CD I e I ' ' ' Q L7 CU fl C. :jx 1 I if ali 2,3 af NF I I l g' ' ' ' O Qfl bam 1 Q WC? L LT l l 1 l Q Q-D l ij 'E Oi Cb QQ ... . 1 Ii 'T E123 fC3 fi IXQ UC? BASKETBALL UPPERCLASS BASKETBALL HE BASKETBALL games th1s year of the upper classes were some of the best ever played The Imps seemed to have the edge on the Peps nn the first team games but the second teams were pretty evenly matched The first Imp Pep first team game the Imps won wlth a score of 14 4 Ruth CIISI was thelr hugh scorer and thenr playmg all around was much superlor to the Peps The Peps rallxed nn the second game however holdmg the Imps down to the close score of 8 7 The Peps d1d most of thelr scormg m the last perlod and thelr guards were especlally good Crust and McKmstry were the basket grabbers m th1s one takmg two apnece But whlle the Imps took the first team serxes the Peps took the second wxth three games played The first the Peps won the second was a tle and the th1rd went to the Peps to glve them the serxes The U Hlgh all star team however bowed to the college Honor team wxth the score of 19 to 4 The lower class team learned to take lt from the upper class to the tune of 28 to 8 Stlll these same lower class players may be nosmg out laurels for themselves ln a few years who knows? O Hull rlTl1rly srzrn L., gil Ld! C5 30 X3 Q ew iii abs 'UK QNX QU '-'L' '-L4 T g . My , - 1 QU 1- Q. T T 1 - - M H-,Tk ' ' V3 . ' . y . . , , 1 wa f " - , s ff? if M IQ jg 13 as V? l l 1? 'QQ g g..X UPPERCLASS BASKETBALL TEAMS I IRS IH 'VIP ru 1: H111 fC,lPIllD Plumb Cust Cjznmls Ilumustur Smxth Qulzburger I1 1 Connor HRS I' I I P Ivnu anlx Mdinnstry Hutmlnn I 1 kms Cuards Rmdcr Qlpt lm BI'CLIxLI1I'ldL,C Mlrx Su vc Aslnr H 1mxIton XLI QI' XR IV Iltllt Cust IVILIXIIISUX H1 I Iumb llmmr 1 ILIIINI um munmu QL IIULI r Rmdu B1LLIxu1r1ds,v. Hmzmnflf 'II ll ml Sm1tI1 0 ll Ill! rx lf IXIPS SI COND INIP 1 1 1 IILIHIRLI IC,1pt11nj Clnnu ldvs m C1 rn I BIOSSIII Courshonm NIQNEUII S11 YY Huxcx Bohnun PI PS Sl COIN D PI P Im IL ndx XX mlb 11.11 C1pt un Ruml H mnlton A f uarrfv Klugg XY cnk flbbntte if I XI 5 It A- Q A A' A ,XX A I' AY- In' 1 'Ifs 1:11 '1 I HIS 'H' I, H' ' I , V ' ' IQX I' ' QI I ' j Plc 'L S -- " E.. in J ' In ' I A A ff N A S I f I, ' A- , I. 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EI L-'iw kj Efylblgl V D ik T l I BASKETBALL UNDERCLASS BASKETBALL ANY people came out to support the lowerclass teams and several g1rls were trymg out for each posxtlon There was a great deal of talent shown m the practxces The basketball game between the Freshmen and Sophomores was qulte excltmg and finally resulted ln the defeat of the Freshmen After the lowerclass basketball tournment was over It was necessary to choose the Imp and Pep team Thxs was hard to do because so much talent was shown As a result a great deal of actlon was exhxbxted in the Imp Pep games Fmally the Peps won and after much dlscusslon the All Star team was pncked The lowerclass team played a mce game agamst the upper classes but lost largely due to thenr mexpernence O Hu ll ml Tblrly nm: l ii Y SD- CPO l GCD R1 L- . ij T' i3 is -'ED Qxx 3 my US A 1 f . B . E Qi . Q p ,p f p BS my , . . A E1 I I ly "' QQ 67 CU P 1 gl 1 wi Qgnw F Ill I I I WJ: NE ,fa T T 0 ' I ev ug '44 5 ity ..-Q X BASKETBALL UNIJI RCI XSS BXSKI IBXII FI XXI9 Il ar XX lples 9m1t1'1 nmpton C IILIIJC Stut1ur11nC1 XXIIISOD HOWLIIS u 2 Ge111n5 rf II Ill PII ,II un H S1111 Ix Qtublvs C 111ut11 Kahn Il IH s C nmbs I SSIIIAYUD ALI. STAR Iv ru arrfs Sth 1114 Stubbs K111n XX 1pIcs Cnlruth Sm1tI1 1 SLILIICI I md Hmxclls Lmmlus P IINP on XX 119011 61111115 I mx I'If ' I 'IAM IMI I I -Q-XN1 K A IJIII' 1 f I If .fl.X I X 'Vg II I 11 ' j -, Pl' a - A f I - . cg , -1, I ' I ill S A ' S I I SIickncy A I, . , 4. Gm mfr U . I'L :I . ,5 W fb Q1 Q CE in AQQL C115 i EJ FL- ldib KM4 CD fi- 'CEB IIC, l 3 SWIMMING HE 1934 SWIMMING season was undoubtedly the most successful 1n the hlstory of U H1gh g1rls athletxcs For the Hrst tlme the g1rls competed With the College the D1v1s1on and the Graduate schools and Won all of the three meets ln the Ida Noyes pool Furry excelled ln the breast stroke and free style Luckhardt broke the prevlous pool record for the plunge by several feet and Bennett who came to U H1gh IH the m1ddle of the sW1mm1ng season was a declded asset to the team The followmg are the scores for the meets U HIGH COLLEGE DIVISION GRADUATE lst Meet 2nd Meet 3rd Meet Total UPPERCLASS SWIMMING TEAM Malmg QCRPISIIID Ste1n Buckb1nder Luckhardt Furry Subs Eshbaugh Bennett OeH d dFolyoe V 3 l C11 bxfs 717 C575 1 f Ntvgl r C fi Q0 Lf F1571 ,sd P J' Efqi QU M -4.Jg.-.1 T . . Cyl . , .- a : , lo l fl '52 V - 4 'pw V 3 Q U1 ...l..l....,.,. 39 18 27 12 S? -1.4 ,,s,...,.,.,... 36 27 24 9 lr-fmvk 1 l ...s..l...,..,. 33 28 32 4 ' .,......l.......s 108 73 ss 21 ' 1 l 1 F501 f-J l Fl 1 M9 Q . . gelgl lf 1 I 1 l le 1 , K, 1 he 1 A553 1 'Qi K l l ,I I I7 'I I IN 1 '14 'HM 1 2 l 7 more 1 FQ psii .xv-J V iff , 1 y 1 l :dO""- . ltfxlxjl y gen ll Ill! fl' f -71 'TL If 'X KN BOWLING The umors and Semors were gn en the opportunrty to bowl at the Ida Noyes rlleys for the first tame this ye11 Sex eral of the gurls bowled once 1 week durmg the Whnter uarter, and just before Sprung XILIUOII 1 tournament was held ln vehleh the four best bowlers from e'1eh class plrtrerplted Although the 'IYLFIQL scores were low due to the mexpenenee of the bovslers enthusnsm rm hrgh durmg the llst dn of the tournlment Iourse Huffaleer 1,471 bowled sexeml mee games to vsm the eh1mp1onsh1p SPRING SPCDRTS BAShBALL Due to the grelter xarlety of sprmg sports ofiered to the upper classes, base ball vms only played two dlys a week but with sexen of last year s All Star players as 1 nucleus for thls years nme close games were assured The season practlees and the class games Among the best players were Stubbs Howells, and Waples The lower elass gurls regretted that Sehalk the only Freshman who made the All Stlr team last Xeir was un1ble to play TI NNIS AND GOLF Tenms 1nd golf were ofiered It Idl Noy es three dlys 1 week, and 1 tennls tourntment Vx IS held ID whleh Imps eompeted lgunst Imps, md Peps 'lg'llI1Sf leps lftel VVl'llLl'l the Imp Ll1lI'l1plOI1 vt IS to plu the I ep Ll1"llTlplOl1 Qutstlnd mg tenms pllyers were CJIIIIILIILI, TVIeKlllSlly 1nd Sulfbexger Many of the gnls who Ind never plu ed golf before lorned the golf elrss, md dexeloped IC cur tex III hrttlng b1IIs mound Dudlex Feld mueh to the r1sI1 of 'IDQOIIL who hxppened to be neu The G A A Bond elnseussed the POSSIIDIIIKX of 1 golf toulnlment but no deersnon wls lelehed before the Correlltor went to press Ouz'H1Hld1e1f lorry Iuo A... 5 IQ I Tfffl r 4 ,e I,' ' 1 z 1 t . '. K 2 .f?f I 1 1 1 ' 1 . 11 ' 1 ' 1 Nf- ,-f f Q 1 I ' ' " 'L 'L I 1 ' ' lf' ,, Itgiiiv ', . ' 1'- 1 1k K. 'xr r I I . . ' YK 1 J A Q 1 8 1 2 1 1 at 1 5 1 1 A I . h 1'. i N1 I 7 I ., -1 A 1 Q fini ' 1 . I "W: W ' 1 4 ' ' 1 X . . ' ' r- II 1 1IC1'I I X -I V1 1' .xx ' I- V. 3 I I ' I"J-eh, " I in - Y Y+ T I .EF +1f,' ,QT III I I 5 LW Q I I l I I I ' I v ' r I I - H Q ' 1 . ' , ' . , , , . started early for the lower classes, and a great deal of skill was developed in the f f A' ,'Vw ' , rv, U 1 1 ' 1 ' T - 1 1 W , 1 U RK L . 1 S I . rv' I I I f ' 1 I I N T I mf I I 'LITI 11 A f I 1 ' 1 1 - 1 ' 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 2 1- L 11 1 Q 1 ' I ITN . , - ,. ' ' 1 1 1 . . ' 1 1 1 ' fr I ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 N . 1 - 1 ' - 1 1 f 1 - 1 1 1 'V ' X ' - 1 1 1 . f 1 1 ' ' 1 7 - - - I 1 w 1 - ,- Mx -L ,1 Q Q 4. N 1 , D 1 1 1' 1 1 fu, Ii - 1 1 1 1' ' kk -11 - 1 1 1 - 12 1 -1 x' I ' IV' fx . X I L XX XS X X XX XXX FEATURE X XX XX X X X QSXX Xxx? SXQ 5 Y W ff 0 . KK , 1 gif? L '55 :- . A ggi .IX X ' ff Q XX 1 X .. 5 -. f X 1 Tig iii Qi if 'i S11 xiii. 5 55 ii xg. X kfs5x'5 fXf5'1f:i' .ii 15. 'Sbif Q53-21' I . X 'f - 'fx - M - Ri K L-S5 1 A . ig k-.. ig if TSA Q. .Qi 2 X Ti X X551 K X XQX311 X XXX 5 :gy A J L. ig 50 QQ, fy QCP 5 'lx ff Se mm Alumm Duma DANCES BOYS CLUB HARVEST HOP HREE CHEILRS for the Boys Club' In fact, nt got us 111 excxted Expectlng to come and find drled up corn stalks pumpkms dead le1ves c1der and dough nuts as seems to heave become the cutom plus 1 f11r to mnddllng orchestra, xt w1s just too much We found 1nste1d the most orlgnnll ln crepe paper decorw tlons mcxdentally hxgh enough that no one could pull them down and punch 1nd sandwxches of the best The Boys Club llso mlde 1 flne orchestrsal dlseox ery 1n Pmul Llurle 1nd hxs boys, one of the best orehestrls We hue had 1n 1 long tnme All 1n all IS 1t HCCCSSIFQ to Sly more? The eredlt goes to Norm Anderson Ind hls bolrd SEV IOR ALUMNI DAN CL As usull the Senlor Alumm was grewt 1Hur All the Alumm for four veflrs b1ck md former clf1ssm1tes of the cl1ss of 34 were muted und J grelt miny put ln IH lppelrlnce In tddltlon, the Scnlors turned ou 111 full force some COITIIIIQ stlg 'md some Wlth outslde elites 1nvw1y, they were all there The decorltlons were 1n keepmg wlth the holldly splrlt belng red 1nd green streamers Cotton snowflake velled the wmdows Ind the sm lrt smooth syn eop1t1on of Plul Llurle s orchestrl flolted from behmd 1 sereen of tremblnng fl1lxes Red lxghts pllyed on the dlncers We 1rc sure everyone h1d 1 good tlme At 1ny rite lt wls good to see old frnends 'lgllfl Om IIIIH frm lForl5 M111 'll k.. fi 5.1 fx 50x iQ Ofj 1 3 1 ffl , fi ff 1 'i Q X 1 11' V L W Xxx 1 1 I 1 4 s-fge 1 I X, 1 I Y 1 9 .ek I .L 'f' ,1 rx I 'N ,f , I 11 1 X 1 5 l rj Ji ' C79 ' A 17 n- ll eff? 1 , cfm! 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PROM recelved the llrgest turnout of any sehool dmce thls sea son Sophomorts, umols, Stnlors, 1nd outsnde dates were chgxble, and 1ttend1nee was SIIITIUIIICCI by mmns of 1 Lontest between the three glasses for the hrgest number of d1tLs Tlmt prme wls one whole dlnce for the members of the wmnmg ellss llont Tht Sophomorts won but the unxors and Semors chlseled IH on rhtn dllltt Ilul Llurnes OI'Cl1LStI'l .lgun preslded and the dCCOI"lflOI1S, m ketpum, wlth the hohdu ltmosphue wtrt led, vshnte, and blue streamers Sueh dthenous eooluts md nee ertlm we hut nutr before. tasted WIDCE Nxmmons md hu lblt bond should bt tommtndtd for thur work IUNIQR SI NIIOR DANCI I older to put an 1 bttttn puts th unloxs Ind Stmoxs tooptrlttd md Que ln evtmng dmtt Ill the Idl Nos ts thutrt Murlls on the wllls LlllTllfl1ICd the necessity of dttol mtlons, 1nd Howdv Wy ndt s olehtstrm pllytd on tht st1ge There wis 1 fur crowd md the refreshments were good Om Hlrmfnrf fnrfx four ?'l'7 Xk.x J- fly r-ij ffsx, if-N V' nj" ' f - I AY ' ' T , 7 1 I , , I 1 ' I 4 4 X. , w f ' J I ' -X TW.- I' Ng Lt. 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DANCES PHI BETIL HI Y DANCh HI BETA SIGMA and H1 Y pooled the1r funds 1nd gave us 1 danee than re1lly was Il PXHIC The P1n1c Prom was 1 hlrd IIIITICS plrty and wfforded ou1 br1ll11nt U I-I1ghers wlth 1 good ch lnce to show the1r or1g1n1l1ty Of course we were not at 111 surpr1sed when Ben Stevenson fund Fred Ruml w1lked down the rece1v1ng l1ne clld 1n one barrel glrters shoes 1nd stockmgs provmg beyond doubt the1r mentll super1or1ty Ind mgenulty QNeed we 1dd thev won the box of clndy and the neckt1e7 Dornn Dodee won the glrls pr1le more em dy for her flour sack form ll fre1lly very stunmngj .1nd her r.1dd1sh corslge Other COStumCS wh1ch plensed us were our d1gn1Hed Cnrls Club pres1dent s b1ege lace dress Ind hf1t ofthe 1920 s e1nne Tob1n s blue plud gmgham Wlth p1nt 1es to m'1tchj 1nd Pat W1rner s fem1n1ne get up wh1eh w1s refnlly too fetehmg For decorzmons t1cker t1pe took the plf1ce of stre1mers 1nd stock mlrlxet gr1phs need the walls JUNIOR SENIOR PROM Every year If IS customlry for the un1ors to gne a dance for the SCHIOFS Th1s ye1r the unlor Senlor Prom wf1s glven 1n the m1ddle of M1y 1nd w1s .1 great success The unlors d1d 21 good job w1th decor'1t1ons food 1nd orchestra 1nd there was '1 b1g crowd The Semors thunk the Jun1ors for 1 very good t1me SPRING BOYS CLUB DANCE The Boys Club Hnlshed off the soclal selson 1n grmd style by puttmg on mother dmce tr1umph Decor1t1ons mus1c md refreshments were of the best 1nd we want to th lnk the Boys Club for the t1me 1nd energy 1t h1s spent thls ve1r to glVC us 1 good t1me O II1IF1r 'l'T l fi 435 O J lx QW :li-.iz so City X YJ -en I H 7 C I M fr l Q Il R51 e r M Img E7 he y iv! fax' l ll! 4 3 'f 1 C1117 'ul fl lll 1 , ' , A 1 f 1 1 !,,11, 6-11 Q I 'kk it-l 1 rf, l fl 1 1 4 V, 'Xml lv.. ,f ,WL ',L,,A -Uv if eoee ll fi Wil l I 1 VJ I A I fl TT I - fl C9 Q f G 1 I 1 1 ll I I 1 fl 02 I 1 GJ fl , . - Izgfd I ' 1 ' Q P . 3 - 1 , 1 ., . ,L l 1 - 11 - ,, - I ' ' . 1 1 1 1 , 1 ' ' I 'YQ W I, ..s i . . 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VT, vin. l ti IX 2 fOb QCD IW I1-ISI :wl- fri 'nw Iii ta I R9 K-7 CLASS PARTIES UPPERCLASS PARTY HL S1 UDENT COUNCIL sponsored a Hallovse en Hop for the upperclassmen just before Hallowt en Howdy Wmdt s orchestra furnlshed the syncopatlon for a really mee sxzed crowd and some stags slnpped ln m spite of all efforts to keep them out The party was 1 great success 1f 1 brg crowd and a good orchestrl make If one UNDPRCLASS PARTY Ph1 Beta Slgma set the soclal season 1D swmg by gnmg an underclass party A svn arm of underclassmen attended and man ames wlth Hershe bars as I 8 Y prlzes dancxng and refreshments provlded a most entertalnmg afternoon SOPHQMORL PARTY The Sophxstlcated Sophomores gaxe thelr first party 1I1 Noxcmber Ethm Hx man was responslble for the dance muslc and there were refreshments and glmes It was 1 good parts but the crovsd was rather small The last Sophomore Party vms held m Sunny Gym 1n Apr1l The program conslsted ent1rely of dzncmg and the refreshments vsere popcorn and ICC cream a vselcome change from tht consentxoml Ethan Allen s orchestra pre s1ded and llthough there vs 1s not 1 xery blg crovxd If vs as a good party FRPSHMAN PARTY The Freshman soclal COIUlT1lftCC IS to be commended for arrangmg a good fall party New records of all thmgs were donated for d1nc1ng and games added to the fun The refreshments were the usual doughnuts and c1der but an enthuslastlc crowd expressed 1ts approval That was a real party startlng out wlth swlmmmg for all those so mclmed Then Jlmmy Stevens of the Alumm performed some of h1s parlor trxcks and the hungary swlmmers devoured quantrtles of food The t1me that was left was spent 1n danemg to some good dance records Ex ery one entered mto the actnltles vuth enthuslasm and a successful party resulted O r IiIHl,If'1 Io fy El NX 'Xxcx '-X X X 'X TF Xxx Y-1 7 I I y , I . 1 1 I N JU , H K, - Lug, y,, 1. 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Y fl 1 ' 1 S V - -six ,J Fu. 35 CLASS PARTIES FRESHMAN PARTY HI FRLSHMI N held thelr llst plrty nn Sunny Gym nn M1y It wls fully IS rt1t a sueeess 1s reuous 1rt1es hwd been md there wls 1 ood turn out lv P P is SUB FRESHMAN PARTY The Sub Freshmen made 1 good st1rt soeully by gnmg a successful afternoon p1rtV Games md refreshments furmshed the dlverslon The Sub Freshmen gue 1 sprlng party IH Aprll Glmes md refreshments took up most of the 1fternoon The Sub Frosh h1ve supported thelr el1ss p1rt1es better than usu1l thxs ye1r GIRLS CLUB EVENTS STUIXT PARTY un1ors dlsplayed thelr talent for the approval or dlsapprox 11 of the Sub Freshmen and Senxors The Freshmen g1ve 1 one act play entxtled The Ghost Tram 1nd the Sophomores gave 1 very 1mus1ng portr1y1l of the Three Llttle Plgs The Jumors however 1s seems to be the tradltlon walked off wlth the cup 1s the result of .1 unammous vote m then' f1vor The1r uctory was well justlfied however for then' stunt The G15 N1net1es w1s so clever th1t the audience m1de them g1ve lt tw1ee After the stunts t1ffy 1pples were served md the glrls went home well pleased TEAS The G1rls Club gues seven te1s exery yelr one for the flcults one for the 1lumnae 1nd one for the mothers and daughters of emch clxss L1ee txble covers cut flowers and c1ndles freshened up the appearance of the room Punch or te1 and coolues were served and the programs were 111 well planned All the teas were well 1ttended 1nd es eryone IS grateful to the Glrls Club for 1ts graceful hosp1tal1ty O IIIIFI 1 g, fi Frjl 49? 20 :il Nm K O CL I GJ Ure. l 11 1' EQ fx X ,fu 1 L , X 'ful P1 Nl l4"" ,fl we 1 u f., 6X N -, I 1 - 1 . . ' , . . g L BFS e ,J Y '. . "I . " . 2 A ' 1 Q Y - . ew, Q Kilim Wil 1 ,T A Lil x V" g nt ,K ,G - 61 ,5 ' I xjmi Q f , , 6 K Q ', , fx 31 ,, 4 . 4 . l X1i.fL,.. Hifx-V vrf - . ,, ' - ' , , 4 'TU fiST3 ' ' S , txwi F 1 KV,,,-2 X 411 'TU I u I ' I I I A Q fl -V Y ,- Af RP 1 f , y, The Stunt Party, as always, drew a crowd. The Freshmen, Sophomores, and im, e J ' ' ' c ' H J - L qu . . U ly , , , ' ' ' ' ' v 1 n , ' ff , , ' , , 1- ' I il? 4 4 4 4 4 , E ' 1 3 ' 1 f l lj 1 I . 5 I . Y. V V 1' . , . U 4 V . . ,, l ,QA ' . ' ' . . . ' S ' ' ' ' A X X tijlfgl ' - ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 lCf93 I rw 1 I I Q l my 'JI , T 1, T V if I ,M -1,1 Fr--Yffilll SL X 1 f-ill V wg gg A., L-, tel-L , T13 1 fr ,I . . . I , 23 fa 4 , 4 'Z 2 . 4 4 f 1 , 1 X Xe QLLA 1 1 ' ' I B-'45 Srneyg t , K , . 5,, - V -. , . ' ' ' ' if ' Q X . . . 3 Q bg el l l .ge ' I in Ill' IHI1 VH Of y-It'lf'U me ix Ax m in-.. GIRLS CLUB EVENTS SI NIOR MOTHERS AND DAUCJHTI RS LUNCHTON y LRE X 1 AR ln une, the Cvnls Club bu es IIUYILIICOI1 fox the deputmg Senxors and thelr mothers Thls yelr lt wls gnen m the G1rls Club md wls IS loxely IS our yery e1p1ble bo 1rd eould possnbly haye m ide xt It IS Customary for next years board to serye Whleh they dld ycry well Nlncy Nlmmons leted IS mnstress of CCIALITIOHILS md there were sexeral other tllks G A A EVENTS DIME DINNER The eyents of thls selson seem to haye been one grelt suceess after anothe md the G A A board kept up the good work by g1YlI'lg us one of the best Dnme Dlnners ln hlstory The party started out wlth a volley ball game Then a long and yery entertamlng program of stunts was presented 1n the lower gym we neyer knew there wls so much tllent ln the school before' After the stunts dinner vs IS sery ed upstalrs m the blg gy m and those who wlshed to do g ory BANQUIT The QIFIS lthletne yelr wls fimshed off wlth the mnu1l bmquet It was enxen In Id1 Xloyes lull Ind lfter 1 yery exeellent dmner the usull ta ks were g,1yen md the athletle 1VS1ldSWCI'L gn en out Ne lrly 111 the gurls lttended and were glld they dld fit' BUYS CLUB EVENTS 4441 J I XTHI RS AND SONS GLT TOGI THI R The Ielthers md Sons get together ID mnu ll ey ent sponsored by the Boys Club was 1 grelt success IS usual The mam speaker gut an lllustrlted talk on Australu and the athletue eoaches gaye short speeches The Glee Club con tubuted 1 few songs 1nd clder and doughnuts were seryed for refxeshments yxhlle the fathers 1nd sons got aequamted Our Hundu lForiy ngb! his If I X. WX Xxx I i I ,v E ' ' . ,T xx 1 -el I" N rel' 4, ., 7 . , N . J , 4 . e, -Y ,X A A -1 1 mir. xLLy' ,fvri ' J , , '.- ,'H. , . , ,,.- ,- 3, - . . . K I , N H 4 . 'A . ' ' 'Q h A ' ' ' ' ' I ' , 4 L N f,,T,,1"F L ' ' ' A ' V 1 1 ' A ' " ' . " L ' . l L 'ffl sb , Y ' , ' , ' , , , , ' R , X . , I . . . X 1, " TT if 5 ll 'IAA f N ' V ' . . kj V Yi -as Y- ifxse C2 A-f-:Yi Q7 L3 , . r 1 V7 I Ll I In ' C V s , s ' 1 , . , 1 -1 Af, l is W 1 . . . ' ' ' " S C9 I I , . . . . 7 A A . - , . . 4 L R' 7 V I X I I I A l QI A . fl 7 x K . . Q A . 7 K ' . ffl' x U Q I . so danced. The food, whleh was better than usual, was the CVCf11llg,S erownlng Ng ' f I f. it A - 'Tv Yx BYTQ I l ' ' . I l I I Q Q N I I1 : W I 1 . . . . Tee I 'gg ' Y 3' 1 ' ' "1 1 ' Q 1 L . . , ,Aw l LYS' ' Q I 1' Q , L 1 . ' ' ', " ' ' ' . 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I . . 4 .6X.""l ' . ,L ' ' 'f .' f " .figf ' I I ' I e I 7 a T ' . 1 .1 .- - We fx X .E X BCDVS CLUB EVENTS BASKETBALL TRACK BANQUET + HI B1sketb1ll Tmck Bmquet IS held wnnullly mt the end of the wmter qu If ter ln honor of the two telms This yelr If w1s held If Burton Court md wens 'ns wlways 1 good evenlng s entertannment The spe lker of the evenmg wls Cllrk Shiughnessy footb1ll co1ch of the Chxelgo Mlroons Mr Mironey, former U Hlgh 1thlet1c dlrector wls tolstmlster 1nd other spe1ke1s wtre Mr Loom1s, Co1ch I-Ioffer, Mr McG1lln rey md Mr Merrnm ALL SCI-IOSL EVENTS STUDILNT COUNCIL MIXFR The Student Councxl s grefntest success w1s the mlxer It w1s the Hrst plrty of 1ts klnd ever glven ln the hlstory of the school the ldel belng to get everyone a llttle better icqucunted In lecordance with the mlxer xdel the dance w1s called Whxrlpool md the gym w1s decorlted to represent somethmg of the kmd Seen weed hung from the cenlmg 1nd sea monsters and strfmge spec1es of fish lurked m the shadows The orchestra agun P1ul Laurles played from 1 green g1uze f1shbowl, and green 1nd blue hghts ldded to ch watery effect The progmm w1s carrled out ln customary mlxer fash1on, 1nd refreshments were served upstfurs We must 1dm1t thfut we all c1me to the dmce a brt skeptxcll but to our own surprlse we had 21 good tlme CARNIVAL' ' " The U Hlgh C1rn1v1l gxven eflch sprmg under the supervnslon of th Student Counell, IS alwlys 1 blg event Gly booths everywhere c1ndy ICC creim, popcorn peanuts, fortune tellxng sxde shows everythxng you have ever seen at a carn1v1l short of a ferns wheel, we have Everyone turns hls pockets mslde out for the Umverslty Settlement, to whlch the proceeds go, md his the t1me of h1s l1fe dolng If U Hxgh IS proud of 1tS c1rn1vals, 'md well may It be for every year It don1tes a substantnl fund to the settlement by way of thls event Ou Ilunln I I arty nmr jf' fi 'V f I r ' , , 7 A 1 I , I I l I nk f , , I , 1, '1 .II If I ,I III ,. 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I ,I T - --A ' -TL Z 1 I-ILJIVICR Some from our own mlnds, More from otl1er sources we brmg Our 1de1 of extx IX 1g111ee IS oflermg .1 I'reshn1,111 .1 penny for l11s thoughts D1d you hlve your h11r eut7 No I w:1sheeI1t 1nd II shrlnk College Prof Some of you 1re so dumb th1t 11 you WLIII down tl1e street and s1w the number 57441111 .1 house you would sly My what .1 large f11111Iy VI1ry W1ll th It w1tel1 tell t1111eP Chuck No, de1r you I1 we to look If 1t A l1d w1th 1 sple11d1d phys1que Shued not lor 111 IHS 1 we-el1 Thls WIS I PILSUIUL The LIUSL of l11s doom He w1s shot I9 1 Reel Bolshex1l1 W e Illllllx 1t s 1111111n1g too' The most 1111 lllllg Slgllf I ex Ll 1111 WIS the sl1x scr1pers 111 New Yo1I1 erossmg tl1e I'Iucl U11 RINLI on tl1e Ierrv BOII ol111 Now l1ste11 ple1se I 1ppe1l to you me Oh Yeah' Mr Holley XX l11t s tl1e m1tte1 w1tl1 1h1s n11tel19 It wo11 t 1t11I1e Art1e Th1t 1 funny lf ehd 1 1111nute 1210 They say Cleop1tr1 b1tl1ed 1n1111lI1 There 1re meters llI'l1blL, llld meters tr1ek11e And meters of 111us1e1l tone But the meter th 1ts sweeter eompleter md 11e1te1 Is to 111eet her 111 tl1e 111oonl1ght 1lo11e I w 1nt to do some Illllig b1g llld ele1n IULIUIL I ehe XX l1y don t you 11 1sh 111 elephmtu B1ll Between you 1nd me, wl11t do you th1nk of he17" Ph1l Between you 1nd 111e I shouldn t IIIXL I1e1 but bes1de me I loxe her Vlr B11n1rd XVhere xy IS the IDLLIIFIUOD of Independenee s1g11ed George? George At the bottom, S1r Fumer Sw young fellow, wl11t ue you elomg up 111 that treer Boy One of your PLIYS fell down 1nd In1 trymg to put If b1Ck NX l11el1 s1de ol 1 coll1eh1s the most 111119 The outslde' Al1n I smell fresh punt B1r '111 S1r De1r Old L1dy Is th1t the entrmce to the college Tow11sm1n Yes U11 n1 Den Old L1eI1 XX ell 1f th1t s 111 the1e 19 to If I don t see why all tI1e boys hf1ye sueh 1 h1rel t1111e p1ss1ng If Om II1n11l11fF1fl1 I fi 1 W ,- 1 K1 r. '4 I1 ' 1 ' e. -R A1 ex ek 11,7 ' .V ., 1, . 1' . ' 1 . , 1 ' X f, .K '5. I Q ' ' .I ' . ,I . ,e . I A f, 1 , - . 1 . . 1 is J .5 1 .. .. -' It XX A 'Z 1 L 1 A L 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 . . ' ' 2 1 1 . ,, . W . V 11 1 1 : 1 1 ' '. , -T 5 A . ff . , . . , ' " f mai . . . . - PW ' 1 1 1' ' 1 ' X 1 . . . . ,NAMI , -, ., '. ffj,-Cx, ., - . 1 1 - ' - 1 1 if 1 'I ' 1 I ' " ' ' ' Ll '71 ' 1 I '- - - ' 1 . ,V ' -' 1 1 1- - y , - 1 - ,- Q ' ' J ' er ' ,I xx I xy V vs I I I in It X, ,, . I ,, " 7 , ', , , ,. ' '1 , . ' 1 .' . 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VI f, I lx '. fI'I'I1I'j'.II1, ' fm' '11, ir 1 'Ill I r ,.,.J QD 'Ci T? 1 105 QL-D LT GV V : Aff lj ll ' : lfsgl kjj I zlr ld,I01HlC0 nxporfrlcuu' Club A I Club FllLl7lf'U7'I 15 C lub B ology Clzl Wall mah Club OOKS, books books books everywhere Books on fictxon scrence hlstory art drama everythmg 1mag1nable That IS why there was such a crowd of people 1n Mlss Logasa s hbrary all day long and untll n1ne oclock ln the even1ng on December 8th The Book Falr was extremely mterestxng th1s year and owed much of ltS suc cess to the fact that as a st1mulant for orlglnal xdeas the Student Councll offered a cup to the organ1zat1on whlch had the most 1nterest1ng dlsplay The Art Club s mmrature puppet show the French Clubs booth the Playfesters d1splay of rare books relatmg to drama the Internatlonal Correspondence Club s d1splay of letters from forelgn countrles and the Sc1ence and Math clubs more tech meal dlsplays were all of great 1nterest A new plan for attendance was trxed out Each class Was glven a d1fferent hour durxng the day when they mlght go to the Falr thus rel1ev1ng the usual congest1on Mr Frank OI-Iara Dr Reax IS and Mr Carnowsky gave 1nterest 1ng talks about books at d1f'ferent tlmes and after school and durlng the evenmg the llbrary was open to all In the evemng the parents and v1s1tors acted as judges votlng on the exh1b1ts they thought were best As a result the Math and Internatxonal Correspond ence clubs t1ed for the s1lver cup and really they deserved xt for the1r exh1b1ts were both orlglnal and worthwhxle Every year the Book Fa1r IS more 1nterest mg and thls year was no exceptxon 'Dm' H11 Idffd Flflj lu0 C-7 'sbs 3 cfiv CE- 253 Cty 05 X lf fs Nm Gill E : I lb-f LQ? 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If F Q Q9 ,fxfs if-,f I 'QD -X' FTD PLAVFESTER S PLAY Rvis AND THE MAN by George Bern 1rd Shaw wms presented by the Play festers at the International House Theatre on March twenty second and twenty third A matinee performance was given on the twenty second for the high school and sixth grade of the elementary school On the twenty third an carried off the play in grand style This was the first time in 1 good many years that the Playfesters have undertaken the production of a longer play and they should be commended Mr Thomas Playfesters faculty advisor and dramatic director as well as the others who assisted in the production should be given plenty of credit The club has done an all around good ,ob th1s year and retains its standing as one of the most worthwhile organizations in the school h That s the guy Im laymg for muttered the hen as the firmer crossed the ro ld '17 MA 3 ci 4292 Q! C1 ff l Teacher What IS the Tale of Two Cities about? J ,KO KIQ Pupil Mineapolis ind St Paul if I lay upon 1 railrold track Intcndmg there to dit I heard the whistle ind got up To ltr the trun go by f s, Viv sw :J f. f' T- 5 ff l T V 'N iw lavfgy l W" u W in lf 4 e 1 if 'ffsai A lfw 'ff l C' l W iff' ' Gjgfi, - wwf jfs, ra in Y QQ, 7 "7 l 'ei JYZX J pf. T ' l l lU Ll 1' rf, 3 ' x CU In I I X W' 9 1 lfl 69 l fa O . NA A ,az 1 L y 2 - 2, gjrn X l . 6 - Y jr T . . . ' r -We T , - . . - 1 If-s 1 . . . - . Q C 4 evening performance was given for the Parents' Association. The very able cast '6 W nnnu . I4 T' ll ' I ' t l K i I i m ww X 5 1 , 2 fx ,404 . . . . . lm... Iv, l 7 1 f-Zig . . .' ' ' . . . . t ' Lk :TE Q QTTIT' El 1 " o em-J! EL,f ig 5 ,K Cifl I y A V Q! 5 5 ' 17 x l l rg 4 , L 2 l QR XJ! - QQ ' I ' ' Y Y, KCXJ ' X21 ' . cr ' ' g as gff X fl . ' ' 1 . ' ' XL in , ' ., ', L- TJ 3 Olll'I1IIFl1lFt'1l Fi U'-ffH'1'f' CA ,J K' X, gaiwrml x Y1 my rf-of .f X. l asv X 5 1 . ' , - 'u , X l ,Q G v Q, X ,,v, ' V , l ,' C1 151,113 . I lux tr i ,Noel ,J K in 'Q l ffl . l an I, , f i y A e sf J , v i f l X . . W lfirst we have the man who led us through a more sueeessful year than ever ' rs up 1 --for his new ideas have been more progressive than usual. ' 'H' A4 Here, second, is the young lady who has shouldered all the blame and responv A ' sibility but we can say that she has done it well and we congratulate her. 1 I Third is our beloved Correlalor advisor who probably will get gray hairs ' ' i from ltee vin f us on the SEI'1ll'l1l and narrow mth. i fs Ps L my f' in n K f 'f t ff X X ,, 'A . . y , f, 1 Y, F M M , ff . ,. l ri s , ' N ll il llll ff "i iii' A 1 l 5' l 4 i 1 I I l K XX Wi Q EA Q lf J J 3 af: ' -Ltr" , J 'lil Y V Y-A st Ig N . . A l X N . ,ref-in I, If .M x A flf!fX i , 1 1 X J X X I 5 Y fl V -F c i L Fourth, we End the boy who lcd the Senior Class through .1 very successful J 1 H if , year-and we appreciate it. ' ,Ex pl' A This is the "Savant," fifth, who presided at those 8 o'Clock, Xlfednesday ig morning meetings-and did he do it well! fl' Now this one, sixth, has decided to leave our worthy group next year to V attend another high school and leave a bereaved U. High. ' . These two pages are to make you guess, dear reader-and we hope that you will enjoy them. just in ease you ean't guess, here are the people on this Qbut keep it a seeretj: Mr. Loomis, Marjorie Moulton, Mr. Stone Y wards, Bill Lewis, and John Palmer. Om' Ilumlnwl Fzflyforir R 1 pagc , Newton Ed- G., A15 CARICATURES JY' fi. ,Q W We .1 Nf- On this pl3.,e we flrst hnd th It lllLlStI'lOLlS person who wls the held of wrlt ers for 1 eertlm IIllglllI'lL dont you lllee hls wlndblown SII'L,lI'l1llI1C hur euta Sceond IS our stu glrl lthlcte yet vcrsltlle Don t you IAFCC wlth us ch If thus petite brunette IS l U Hnghcr of whom wc eln be proud? Thls worthy Irlshmln thlrd vu 19 the l1LlLl of the lntelleets of thus mil., ty l chlcf lmuscments IS to lrgue Guess who' school lnd one of lls ma J W fix I :SZ ,Xie- fx XJ e Mldw ly othcc lfglllllg s be helrd from th Th1S fourth young P11111 can llw ly my Wfednesday Thursdly or Frldly This golden halted glrl fifth besldes haunf, looks hls lblllfy IS shown by the flct ch lt she helded cel tun Tucsdly mornlng 8 o cloels meetlngs d ll IS never been known to ox crwork 'llld eonsequcntly h A C Slxth thc Swc c nof owes the world 1 ln mg Last but not le IS IS thls tall brunette boy who holds the only orglnmltlo nts sort wlth hlgher hte 9 'md the four c s IS nts motto How s your guesslnga Well, to help you out I w1ll sly that the fOllOW1l1g p le appe If on thls llst plgC Bob Brunlblugh BCI Hall Hlnk LlLlCI'I11'lll, B1 Norm Anderson llld Bob Mlller lly P Nlncy NIININODS Ou Hnudr fh ll McNc1ll 'J f Y gl B K , l X ,VV . 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'lluf1iIiI. :iff-3-Sir TL ij Kino HUMOR GHOSTS QA Play In One Shudderj Cast G Ohost a d1sembod1ed sp1r1t S Pook another such Other sp1r1ts Scene The crossroads by the gravtylrd .1 storm IS brewing The tnme IS MID NIGHT G Ohst Say quxt COFFIN 1n my flee Serves you rxght lfter glddmg lbout all last mght to have such 1 cold S Pook Maybe you re rnght My wrfe sud I d be GRAVIILY 1ll G Ohst Someone IS commg MUMMY S the word S Pook It s that strange spnrnt It seems TOMB me that he IS chxselmg m G Ohst Chrselmg my I-IAUNT Tllly hts usurpmg thats what es domg S Pook There he IS rattlmg hrs Cham ZOMBII1 boy huh? G Ohst Keep stxll CADAVER there You re crowdmg us Strange Sp1r1t You act STIFF you own the place. S Pook Of CORPSE we do We used to hve here G Ohst We have GASKET lots to see who gets thus place and we won Strange Sp1r1t EPITAPH to go so long S Pook Now he s gone Dnd you see how he CRYPT along? G Ohst He s gone BODY mlght come back S Pook But WEREWOLF you be nf he brought some fr1ends G Ohst SKULL on home S Pook Well MAUSOLEUM you Sly DEATH1nk we ll have any bus mess tomorrow? G Ohst Well of GORES I can t tell If you sec my krd BLOODer tell h1m h1s ma wants h1m S Pook Okay I HEARSE you FIHIS uxt your shovlng blg boy Silld the ant to the elephlnt as they went up unto the ark Pat1ent The Hrst doctor I had drd nothmg but llsten to my he lrtbeats Doctor Yes your chest has all the earmarks of a dlrty qulck Wrll How drd you break your leg? B111 I threw a clgarette nn a mmhole md stepped on rt Manager Where m the dlckens 15 the Indra Rubber Man? Clown The Gunt made 1 sllng shot out of h1m John I-Iow were your marks? Pat Oh nothmg to be sent home lbout O H41 JF: S -Fx lv 3 O 7 CJR Q GQ C XA CI ii is is QNX 3 - , D X 'V ,f 1 'ff ' w 1,1 V w -.MJ-1-.1 N-4lfXib1 l iii l " 1 11 ' 1 ,V . . , . X X- ' 9 ' W ' ' W lL , My - --' l YQ . . 1 o L fgfxl I I I 1 'I T ' ' G - Y . . , I L . . . 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U - A U . . , 4 . llt' IIIL rr' "fly-SHUI IVIITC,I'IhLL S B E S T IHIII II I I OWIIX I XIRINC1 XX XSHIIXC1 XXI IL S xxn C XXI XLl5,l1I1Ull100LI IJLIIXLFX Bm I auf I ml I Wm IU' 77 ZHIIIIII Xux ,'l0l1L ISLIttLIfIClCl 5775 T 1lI1I 6070 CHIC AGO Paul I-I DHVIS SL Company NIEXIBFRS C HIC ACJO STOCK NLXV H ORK STOCK I' XCHANGE I XLHAIXCJI: 37 So L1 Salle St franklm 8622 Whether Iou go on to College or not, remember sou Can 'Ilwws bux any BUCKS YQ WA T fbrnffu' UNIVERSITY QP CI-IICAGQ B O O K S T 0 R E III6Bl1II'IL HIII S802 I'lIIs Awe C40 lll I 111411111 Ill jams C11 H1 IMI cz L-L .g..-...- .-..-...-......-..-......I.... .... ... ..... - - - -,,-,,-,.,..n-,,. - .. .......-1, K I I I I - , . I I I I . III I I I 1 I I ICQI-Q CQRI-11 . , Iif . Q L- Q DIIIS 'I' ' ICJ f RIZ 'I I ' KMA I 1 I I I fe II I f -I , I, I 22-I7 7lsI SIRI I I' S6--,3 A Ii, A, I ,UE I ll I - I 1 I I - I L ! I viz' I I I I ' I , I I I , I I I QC if I , I 1 3 ' r f ' ' I I I I I I I I -- I I If I I I I rl I I ' I I I ! 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N .,'1.f lv, .VIH f'7f1'f 'ffl M' Vfl I4 -IA N' 'inf' fllfu L ll1w.lf..lI'1jfs- ' T KX I., X QXX KENNEDY BEAUTY SHOPS 25 Years of Beauty Experlence 1Co11xr1 CkoxrAx1x 111121160 2314 I-M1 7ls1STR111 Dordmusttx 2720 l-I v ASI IWRD Suu T Hsdt Park 7-IIS I'W75I1AST 611m Suu Dorchester 3795 WOODWORTH S BOOK STORE 5 tm optn LNt,l1ll'I2.,S GX BOOKS 1 STATIOINERY TYPIHWRITERS SPORTING GOODS I mzuv II I LTRIC SI-IOI RFBUII DPRS 'I he Hom.. of I oot Comfort I'uII Sole SPLLIIIISIS I must UIIIIX .lt C,Ol'l1pt,I1IlXC Prxces ST SIIIIN IROP r I mp wt ru L xx IIITID r r I-I A R RI S Grocery and Market I nzfvllnzulfx OHIO IN II CTOR Co 1 UCOXIQTIX 1 I QUIPMI RT XX lLIxSOI'I N lf, b Hlgb Glade F0011 Pllltilllfi Prank M Kelly Irop IIPTY I IFTH STREET AND DORLHI STFR AN IHNUF IJHONI Hxm Puux w800 CHICAGO I 1 ay T 71 Bt I Ou ISHN A K Q' f A-ff' 1f---1-- ------1--I- K- .- ---- - .- .................- -. -.-.------ ----1 .- -. -.u--4, r Y 1 I 1 I I i ' un! W M I 1 I K., ,, .. 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I w C X4 X1 1 q 1 ,.....ijr -A : ' ' E E fit- I I J f f. Q 5 . I I tn 13 ' I 9 , I I I I ' l I pk ,Y I yf - I I I - .. 'L-,fl ' . ', 3 . I I Igw-Xl I 4D S 5 i AJ f" I .. . I ' ,W It D.g1,,I f 14' x I ' xx K 'WJ I I .... -- .. -,.. - -.-- - I' Ilnmfrm Pl Clw Tll 1 ,.J1 3 tio X65 Q X9 El l AA OX-fl TTT Qx HUMOR Slapstlck Dnrector Hey hold that for 1 second' Actor I m sorry The pre IS cast' The Office fanswermg phone You say C can t come to school? Who IS th1s spe1k1ng7 Volce fm harsh tone Th1s IS my flthera H has 1 b1d cold and How much drd you sly them apples ISD F1fteen cents a peck What do you thlnk I am 1 b1rd7 Margxe I thlnk a street car just passed Kay How do you know? Margne I cm see 1ts tracks Are you the new truned nurse? lsked llttle Allm Yes Im the tramed nurse Well then let s see some of your trlcks repl1ed little Allan Mr Thom1s wore 1 costume of felthers and went IS 1 feather duster to the party And wls h1s date tickled' Heard from the sophomores Of course Babe Ruth wrote A fr r fb: Ball Wm Oz er We suppose they thmk Flelschmann wrote Wzly Down Eavf whlle I go through It Mrs Flrefly Go I never want to see your face agfun' Mr F1refly Oke You glow your way and I ll glow mme Mr Adler Are you 1mb1dextrous9 Faraday Only on the rlght s1de The boy stood on the burnxng deck Whence all but h1m had fled He would not moxe to save h1s neck For I m 1nsured he sald He was only sweet slxteen yet he had Plnk Razor Blades Intervrewer What have you to say about anonymous letters? Professor They re stupld' I read them but I never answer them Coach Hoffer Tred dld you take a shower? Tred No why IS there one m1ss1ng7 L1ttle Johnme k1lled hrs snster A thmg a brother should not do Crled h1s mother Now you ll catch It You ve spolled your father s brand new hatchet Parole Chlef Are there any other reasons you d luke to advance for belng paroled at th1s t1me7 Pr1soner Yes I m supposed to v1s1t my dentxst every SIX months Senxor Wxll you Freshmen stop makmg so much noxse I can t even read Frosh Well don t blame us for your lgnorance You ve no doubt helrd of the freshmfm who wanted to be 1 motorman on 1 street car so he could klck the gong around O c'H1rl L '-""'L sa 1 V3 Cl.1 0 5125 f v x L.i3 Q20 y J Vw ,1 l 1 71 i gig? 1 . . 1 H I H 1 Nl ,YI .. 11.1 . , 4 . 1tk,,,.4. l ' If 7 ' ' ,I fjl . lex ,' l! 1 f . J: . - i . . 1 1 , 1 Q . I 1 . - Wm 1 ' ' . J: H ' ' 2 .U 1 5- 11 1 -f ' 1 . - I 531 , 'W' f" 1 1 Q1 ' Hi H s . , . . .N list gggl l I2 ' 2 zz ' - t .as I TQ MZ J . H 1, 1 1 gg, ' l u I ' as l V-A--R . 4 . 1L'A-M Steffi' ff I- ,, I . 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Q4 Q 1 PQ .1 Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q +.-.... .-. ..- -...- ... -. ----- ..... ---.-.- .... -..-.......+ rn 1111.111 .ixfx-fy H U Nl 0 R The man who xsn t wlllmg to take men as he finds them had better leave oil women alone wwf Q0 ...ids 'Rf If ,LJ lF'.r' L. Mr H111 What IS the race problem? Adele Plckmg wxnners The g1rl1e slw without dlsmay Her wtter wmgs float far 1w1y She simply smlled and saxd Wlth ponse Oh well you know buoys wlll be buoys Gwen I had 1 date with the Gtnerml llst nlght Bette Mayor GLHCFIID Gyen Not yet I thmk Ill go to the unnor Sennon Prom IS 1 stag cluse I hlven t any doe I-I And when I wls four years old I wls left an orphan She Oh whit dnd you do wlth 10 Nearly everyone hls 1 well defined bump of eurloslty 1nd whlt does lt lead to? ,umop aprsdn wlooq sqm Huruam 01 speal JI asea sup UI I om Bob Killed 1 spnder wlth my rnfle yesterdly Al How so? Bob He crawled mto the barrel and I plugged up both ends and smothered The most pathetnc figure we can thlnk of IS the man who choked to death on a Llfe saver Lltrle marks ln Latln Llttle marks IH French Persuade the demon athlete To s1t upon the bench Teacher Who can tell me what the former ruler of Russ1a was called? Class Qln un1s1on Tsar Teacher Yes and wh It was h1s wlfe called7 Class Tsarma Teacher What were h1s chlldren called? There wzs a pause and then a t1m1d volce ln the re lr plped up Tsardxnes' NUIVIIZROLOGY If you re really mterested the followmg formull Wxll llways Work Set down the year of your bnrth add your age Qthxs yearj add slx multnply by 1000 then subtract 725 423 Take the result and change the figures to letters accordmg to the wly they come m the alphabet fl 1 2 15 b et and 1 sure msnght 1nto your charlcter w1ll result Do you belxeve 1n hered1ty9 Absolutely' Th If s how I got lll mv money A palmnst seems to gne so little thought to hns work he llways g1VC9 hns oplnlons off hmd Y K.. JTT C3 r',J gfyx I fbi KJ r ' V-2 - I I lf C. I U MF Cs I .X E i . , . . P V ,X4 -Ly? lu.f,-l Iud, I1 W. ' 1 K fl - . me ' nv Y N ,fy . . 1 . 1QXn W . U . . . I ,, I X J I , ,fl ' ' 3 ' ' . it ,K ff-,J I I 3,4 lf' Ji 1 ' ' 1 1 . 7' 1 f 4 AIM . 1 6 . . . 1: :N 'A-' I .. . I, I ' Zfiy 9 v a ' YGXL i ' 1 : " . L . ' , , s Q L ' " W In U M U - A ' ' 1 U l Bl .., D re as lk! 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Yes how s th1t D s Wh If wls George VV l5lIlf1gfOI'l noted fo17 H15 memory an Q-g How s th1t wx They erected 1 monument to 1t IIHC Hue you read Freekels7 Sue No, just plfun ones Social Track T1 am Runnlng Bro1d SIILISIN Standlng Broxd Gflll Standmg olxe Low Gurgles M1ld Bun Hop Sk1p, 1nd Flunle Hurlmg the dlgUSf Bluff Putter Del1y Te lm Best tlme 8 07 P M 'Vly held IS gtfflllg d111 Nly eyes 1re gettxng sore, Thlt s all for th1s 1ssue, There xsn t Inv more fill xlfr gllllfjl X 1 f'1 Y l 1, 21,10 A X s K ' 'X J . . . K W1 .f ' , 2 1 , ,LL V , . N N ,. E 1 1 1 . L K m 5 K FQ i I L' ' U 1 .2 ' K 1 fx 1 1 . 4, yi ' 111 5,15 FI 1 1 K 1 1 u N , 1 f 1'- l 1 J, 1 , 1 - A 4,J pl ' ' 1 . W Hi! 1 ,. , -ff H 1 .. . . , .' . -1., 4 . I i . . v,, Al 1,1 1 1 - T il 1 L 1 ' ' 1 , 1 ' ' 1 ' '1 . efQT' 1 1 1. - i x .1 Q C 2 L 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 , ,1 1 1 , 1 1 . 11 - 1, 1 Q oe 1 Oh, ll llttle down each week. , 1 1 - 1 fr I Y X ry' K - 1 vu 4 3 1 u ' 9: 5 xX 1 X 1 u x X ' 4 . '- 'x xr ' wx ,.eV:' 1 1 T .,. 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