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The Evening School basketball team was again
directed by Coach Carson Thompson. A number
of nevv uniforms were purchased and the team now
has the appearance of the day school varsity. Earl
Culp has assumed the duties of active Student M1111
ager and it is his intention to arrange an interesting
series of games for the next school year with lots of
wins for the home team.
Meetings of the E.S.A. were held on the first
Tuesday of each month, every student being invited
to attend and become an active member. At these
meetings, activities of the previous month were ref
ported and planning was done for the future. This
gave every person an opportunity of finding somef
thing to do in the particular phase of extracurricular
' s interested.
in which he was
Evening School's lighter side
An E.S.A. dance-
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Seated: Frank Enge, Treas.g Arthur L.
Gravitz, Vice-Pres.g Frank Moen-der,
Pres.g Edith Narby, Secy.g C. F. Erick-
son, Lantern Corres. Standing: Board
of Governors-Arthur J. McGinnis,
Edgar W. Dietrich, Jr., Jack J
Robinson, George M. Todd,
The 194748 school year saw the streamlining and
enlarging of the Evening School Association with a
merger of the incoming officers and their opposition
One of the hest results of this uniting of workers
was the reorganization of the Debating Society hy
Arthur IVIcGinnis and the securing of a coach, Mit.
Williaiii Nungesser. The Society had no open def
hates this season, hut expects next year to he an
active member of the Forensic League.
Under the careful planning and chairmanship of
Edgar Dietrich, the student dances were expanded
to five and were transferred to Bennett Hall Lounge
where a snack har, comfortahle seating, plenty of
dancing space and the music of johnny Rich and his
Pennmen made these dances some of the most enjoy'
ahle ever sponsored hy the E.S.A.
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Seated: Maree L. Whiteside,
Nason B. Clark, Louise J. Gru-
ber, Editor, Arthur L. Gravitz,
Arthur J. McGinnis. Standing:
Frank Enge III, George M.
Todd, Clifton F. Myers, Jr.,
Edgar W. Dietrich, Jr., Joseph
T. Purcell, C. F. Erickson, Jack
J. Robinson, Richard Farrell,
The Lantern, with the close of this school year, has completed
the first year of its second quarter century of publication. With the
enrollment of the Evening School at an allftime high of 3,400, The
Lantern continued in its job of keeping the students well informed.
As in past years, its pages contained both sense and nonsense to
appeal to the serious and light natures of its readers. In its six issues
this year were included articles by topfflight men in the various fields
of todays business. In every issue a section devoted to Campus News
gives each organization which functions for the enjoyment and beneht
of Evening School students an opportunity of presenting its aims,
plans and social news. Through its "Letters" column it furnishes an
outlet for student views and criticisms, and it encourages student
participation in campus activities such as debating, basketball, dance
committees and last, but not least, work on The Lantern itself.
The Lantern Literary Award is presented each year to the student
whose article of one thousand words or more, published in The Lantern,
is adjudged best on its literary merits.
Through the years much wickftrimming and burning of midnight
oil has gone into The Lantern, and in return it has produced a warm
glow which will always remain in the hearts of those who have worked
on the Staff.
The Class of 1948 has been represented on the Staff this year by
Arthur J. McGinnis, class President, Joseph T. Purcell, class Treasurer:
and Richard Farrell, VicefPresident, To these men and the others of
the graduating class go best wishes for the future from the Staff of
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