University School of Milwaukee - Trident Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)
- Class of 1934
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THE SEISIIQIQ CLASS
MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY SCEIQQL
FRANK S. SPIGENER
A. B. North Carolina
M. A. Columbia
FRANK S. Sl3lGlfNEl2, loyal and beloved
Director oi the lVlilvvaul4ee Universitygchool, more than any other
person has molded the ideals and institutions oi this school. Be-
cause of his spirit oi friendship, and because he so completely
exempliiies the true spirit oi lVl. Ll. S., We, the class of 1934,
patrons and Advertisers
T IS WITI-I sincere regreT ThaT we, The Class oT
IQ34, record The resignaTion oT Raymond Moore,
our Principal, To accepT The I-IeadmasTership oT The
Grosse PoinTe CounTry Day School aT DeTroiT. For
The pasT seven years he has guided The desTinies oT
our high school and, Though we Too are abouT To Talce
our leave, iT is diTTiculT To realize ThaT when nexT
SepTember rolls around The Tamiliar Tigure oT Ray-
mond Moore will also be missing Trom M. U. S. As
much as we regreT his deparTure we are glad ThaT
There has come To him This unusual opporTuniTy Tor
advancemenT and TurTher service as adminisTraTor,
Teacher and Triend.
As Principal he has been a Tireless worlcer Tor The
school, an undersTanding Triend To all oT us, a sTricT
yeT a Tair disciplinarian and a Icindly guide. lNloThing
was closer To his hearT Than The progress and welTare
oT his sTudenTs who came under his supervision.
Though aT Times we may have ThoughT him sTern, yeT
we know ThaT he was always iusT and acTed only wiTh
our besT inTeresTs uppermosT in his mind. Through
his assembly Tallcs he has given us many worThwhile
rules Tcr The beTTermenT oT our lives boTh as sTudenTs
and as useTul ciTizens.
A. B, l.alce Forest
Ed, lvl, I-Iarvard
In our aThleTic program his assisTance has aT all
Times been invaluable. IT is noT only as a coach ThaT
we will remember him buT as a Teacher oT The highesT
ideals oT sporTsmanship. I-le was Tond oT saying ThaT
he did noT care wheTher a Team or an individual won
so long as ThaT Team or individual had given iTs very
besT in The aTTempT. I-Ie TaughT his boys To play The
game hard buT To play iT Tairly, To give Their very
besT and leT The ouTcome Talce care oT iTseIT. IT is
his philosophy ThaT iT is The sTruggle and noT The
vicTory which counTs.
Raymond Moore has always been The "big
broTher" To all oT us and The one To whom we could
come To Tor advice and Triendly counsel. Through
his guidance we have been shown The meThods in
meeTing The diTTicuITies which come beTore us and
have always been successTul in meeTing Them. Never
has he been cruel or ungracious in his advice buT he
has always recommended Those paThs which, alThough
They may seem hard To Travel, are The sTraighT and
worThwhile avenues To TuTure success. We wanT To
assure him ThaT he Talces wiTh him our very besT wishes
Tor his success and happiness and also ThaT a sincere
welcome awaiTs him among his hosTs oT Triends in
Milwaulcee when he reTurns To visiT us.
MILWAUKEE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
The close of my seven years at the Milwaukee
University School marks my departure from an insti-
tution that has contributed much to the young life
of Milwaukee. That I have played a small part in
helping to make for finer men and women in this
community is indeed gratifying to me.
I am most optimistic about the future of
M.U.S. and know that, with the splendid group of
men and women on
of Mr. Spigener,
will continue to
ments. In all my
inspiration to me
the steadiness of
have been a great
ing and enjoyable
cult to part with
rich and full her
its faculty under
the wise guidance
the boys and girls of the school
ncarry onu to even greater achieve-
experience as a teacher, I have
never found so fine a spirit as that exemplified at
M.U.S. The loyalty of its pupils has been a constant
. The devotion of
purpose shown by
factor in making
, and I know that
the school and
the student body
my work interest-
it will be diffi-
those who have made my life so
e in Milwaukee.
May the world be made better because of the
training you have received at M.U.S. and may your
individual lives be full of service to the end that
all men will say that the Milwaukee University
School stands for Character, Scholarship, Service
BS., Coe College
GEORGE F. BROCK
A.B., Missouri Valley College
S. STEWART BROO KS
A.B., M.A., Princelon
LOCKIE F. DINE
DOROTHY LOUISE ERICKSON
Physical Ed uca+ion
WILLIAM R. LEKER
AB., Park College
FRANCIS L. PARKS
A.B., M.A., Colorado
EMIL H. J. RINTELMANN
B.E., Milwaukee Slafe Teachers' College
HAROLD E. STROW
C. E. SUTHERD LEOLA F. URBAN
B.S., James Millilcan Universily A-B-f Wl5COn5ln
Plnysical Educalion French
MARIE A- TOSER ANNETTE WILKINS
A-B" Wisconsin B.E., Milwaukee Slale Teachers' College
MA., Colorado Music
"Smoolh runs ihe waler where The broolc
Erilered Sepiember, I93O.
Class Vice-Presidenl 2, 3: Presidenl
41 Maihemaiics Sociely 41 Foofball 2, 3,
41 Baslcelball 2, 3, 41 Traclc 21 Tennis
l, 2, 3, Caplain 41 Junior "U" Club li
Senior "U" Club 2, 3, 4.
PATSY BORNSTEI N
"I'II go myself and I'Il see lo il."
Enfered Seplember, l928.
Class Treasurer li Class Secrelary 31
Class Vice-Presideni 41 Siuderil Council
2, 4, Secrelary 41 Girls' Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Presidenl 41 Nalional l-lonor Sociely 47
Academy Slaifr Lilerary Edilor 3, Ad-
veriising Manager 4, Lilerary Edilor
Senior lssue 41 French Club 31 Dramalic
Club 3, 41 Glee Club 3, 41 Rifle Club
College: Sarah Lawrence
"A case of qualily, noi quanrilyf'
Erirered Seplember, I92I.
Girls' Club Treasurer 31 Girls' Club
Secreiary 41 Class Secrelary 41 Pholof
graph Edilor Senior Edilion Academy 41
French, I, 2, 31 Glee Club 3, 41 Rifle
Club 31 Girls' Afhlelicsz While Team
"Gen+lemen prefer blondes."
Enlered Seplember, l93O.
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 41 Rifle Club
Treasurer 31 Naiional l-lonor Sociely 41
Malh. Sociely 41 Dramalic Club 3, 41
German Club 2, 31 Alhleiic Edilor for
Academy 41 Foolball 2, 3, 41 Caplain 41
Baslcelball 2, 3, 41 Traclc 2, 3, 41 Junior
U Club I, Senior U Club 2, 3, 4.
Claude Beebe "Buzz"
"A dry iesl, sir - - - I have Ihem al my
Enlered Seplember, I927.
Class Vice-Presidenl Ig Secrelary Rille
Club 33 Boys' Club I, 27 French Club
I, 2, 3: Baslcelball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4,
Caplain 3: Junior "U" Club: Senior "U"
Reber? R. Bell "Bob" or "Rae"
"Thou shouldsl eal lo live, nol live Io
Enlered Seplember, I928.
Class Secrelary lg Nalional I-lonor
Sociely 47 Honorary Malhemalics So-
ciely 4, Presidenl 4: Academy Slallr
Assl. Lilerary Edilor 2, Assl. Business
Manager 3, Business Manager 4: French
Club I, 27 Lalin Club lg Boys' Club I, 2:
Drarnalic Club 3, 4, Rille Club 4: Swim-
ming Team 2, 3: Senior "U" Club.
College: Cornell Universily.
Thomas Duncan "SenaI'or"
"Will lhou seal up Ihe avenues ol ill?
Pay every debl as if God wrole lhe
Enlered Seplember, I92 I.
German Club, I, 2: Junior "U" Club
I: Senior "U" Club 3, 4, Foolball 3, 4.
"A good archer is no'l lcnown by his
arrows, bul by his aim," '
Enlered Seplember, I93O.
Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club I, 2,
3, 4, French Club I, 2, 37 Rifle Club 3,
43 Honorary Malhemalics Sociely.
Mildred Franzen "MiIIy"
"She is prelly lo walk wilh,
And willy Io Iallc wilh,
And pleasanl, loo, 'ro lhinlc on.'
Enlered Seplember, I927.
French Club I, 2, 37 German Club 3,
47 Girls' Glee Club 3, 47 Rifle Club 3:
Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4.
Frank Frey Ill "Fish" or "Moose'
" 'Tis pleasanl lo see one's name in
Enlered February, l93I.
German Club, 2, 3 4, Treasurer 3g
Boys' Club 2, 31 Dramalic Club 31 Swim-
ming Team 2, 3, 4, Caplain 4: Track
Team 3, 43 Senior "U" Club 2, 3, 4.
Granl Gauger "Moose
"I am lhe masler ol my ship."
Enlered Seplember, I933.
Foolball 43 Senior "U" Club 43 Drae
malics 43 Track 4.
College: Laylon Arl School.
Oswald Jaeger "Ossie'
"Our birlh is bul a sleep and a
Enlerecl Seplember, l927.
German Club I, 21 Rille Club 3, 41
Rille Team 37 Grcheslra 3: Dramalic
Club 3, 4.
College: Carroll College.
Roberl Kollnauer "Bob"
"The world knows nolhing ol ils grealesl
Enlered Oclober 2, I932.
Dramalic Club 3, 4: Foolball 43 Swim-
ming Team 4q Track 3, 4: Senior "U"
Fabian Kunzelmann "Fabe"
"Beller a willy lool lhan a loolish wil."
Enlered Seplember, l93O.
Sludenl Council 2, 3: -Academy Slall:
Assl. Lilerary Eclilor 3, Humor Edilor 4i
Rille Club 3, 4, Presidenl 3: Foolball
Team 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 47 Rae F.
Bell Swimming Trophy 4: Track 2. 3, 41
Junior "U" Club: Senior "U" Club 2,
Eleanor Lindemann "Ellie"
"She looks like an angel, and acrs like
Bul you never can Iell whal an angel
Enlrered Seplernber, I923.-Re-enlered
Girls' Club I, 2, 4: Glee Club I, 2,
47 Dramalic Club 2, 4: German Club
Roberf Manegold "Bob"
"I-le-'s an open hearled Deulscherf'
Ifnlered Seplember, I93O.
Honorary Malhemalics Sociely 43
Academy Sfaizlz Aclivilies Edilor 41 Ger-
man Club 41 Foofball 43 Track Manager
41 Junior 'U' Club: Senior "U" Club.
William Marx "Bill"
"I hope Io meril Heaven by making
earlh a I-Iell."
Enlered February, IQ33.
Foolball 4: Baskelball Manager 4:
Senior "U" Club 4: Dramafic Club 4.
"NolI'1ing greal was ever achieved Wilh-
Enlered Siplember. I93O.
Sluclenl' Council 4: Academy Slalli:
Asst Adverlising Manager 41 Glee Club
3, 47 Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 41 French Club
I, 2, 3i German Club 3, 4, Girls' Alh-
lelics "Blue" Team Caplain 43 Rifle
College: Milwaukee-Downer College.
"A kind and genlle hearl had he."
Enlered Seplember, I932.
French Club 3, 4, Swimming Team 3.4.
Joan Roberls "Jo"
"Yer I have somefhing in me dangerous "
Enlered Seplember, I93O.
Class Secrelary 27 S+udenI Council 47
Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secrelary 37 Crlee
Club I, 2, 37 Dramalic Club 2, 3, 47
German Club 3, 4.
"The mildesl manners wilh 'rhe bravesl
Fnlered February, I933.
Girls' Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 47
French Club 3.
College: Weslern Reserve
Byron Thompson "Baron"
"Nigh+ afler nighl he sal' and bleared his
eyes wilh books."
Enlered February, I925.
Foolball 4 Track 3 4' Bo s' Club I
i I . Y .
2: French Club I, 27 Minslrel Show 3, 47
Senior "UM Club.
"As fond ol: dares
Frederick Wagner "Fred"
"Could swell Ihe soul 'ro rage or kindle
Enrered Seplember, I92I.
Class Presidenr Ii Sfudenr Council 2,
4, Presidenl 47 Nalional I-Ionor Sociely
47 I-Ionorary Malhemalics Sociely 37
Academy Slarfz Assl. Lilerary Edilor 2,
Liferary Edilor 3, Edilor 47 Dramalic
Club 2, 3, 47 French Club 37 Treasurer
Boys' Club 27 Rifle Club 37 Foolball 3, 47
Baske3rbaII 2, 3, 47 Track 2, 37 Senior
"U" Club 3, 4i Junior 'U" Club.
as an Arab."
German Club I, 2, 37 Vice-presidenl
37 Srudenl Council I, 3, 47 Academy
Slafl: Assi. Aclivilies Fdilor 47 Basker-
baII 3, 47 FooI'baII 47 Junior "U" Club:
Senior "U" CIub7 Prom Chairman 37
Sporrsmanship Trophy 4.
James Wilsey "Jim"
Come my coach, good-nighl, ladies."
Eniered Seplember, I927.
Academy Siahfz Adverlising Manager
2: German Club I, 2, 3: Dramalic Club
I: Boys' Club I, 2: Foolball 2, 3, 4:
Junior "U" Club: Senior "U" Club 2,
"For The nalure of woman is closely
allied Io ar'r."
Enlered Seplember, I93O.-Re-enlered
Academy Slaiclz AssI'. Ari Edilor I,
Ari Ifdilor 2, Ari Edilor and Assl. Edi-
Ior-in-Chief 4: German Club 2: Girls'
Club I, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 4
CarI+on Wilson "C. P."
"Ye are so grave, nae doubi ye're wise."
Enlered Sepiember, I93O.
Class Presidenl 2, 3: Sludeni Council
2, 3, 4: Vice-presideni 4: Nalional Honor
Sociely 3: Harvard Book Prize 3: J, P.
Wiener Baslcelball Trophy 3, 4: Honorary
Maihemalics Sociefy 3: Academy Siaif:
Lilerary Deparimeni 3, Liirerary Edilor 4:
Rifle Club 3: Foolball 2, 3, 4: Baslcelball
2, 3, 4, Caplain 3, 4: Tennis I, 2, 3, 4:
Junior "U" Club: Senior "U" Club 2,
College: Cornell Universily.
Dorofhy Zinn "Duffy"
"Her irowns are fairer far,
Than smiles of olrher maidens are "
Enierecl January, I92 I.
Girls' Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-presideni 4:
French Club I, 2, 3,: Lalin Club I: Glee
Club 2, 3: Manager Blue Team 3.
College: Prospecl Hall.
The l'listory oi the Class oT T934
HE CLASS OF T934 had iTs humble beginnings way back in I92l when six
wide-eyed, open-mouThed children were broughT up The sTeps oT The Milwaukee
UniversiTy School on Broadway inTo The big kindergarTen. There, under The
kind supervision oT "TanTe Anna," Billie l'lallsTrom, Eleanor Lindemann, DoroThy
Zinn, Tom Duncan, Fred Wagner, and l-leinz WerwaTh learned how To build block
houses and make baskeTs ouT oT TooThpicks and dried peas.
In grade school oThers swelled The ranks oT The "old guard," and blocks and
baskeT making were discarded Tor aThleTics. To Think ThaT only a Tew years ago
The debuTanTes oT The presenT class were whalloping The boys in pom-pom-pull-
ln The Tall oT 1927 we abandoned The old school on Broadway, and moved
To our presenT locaTion. One year laTer we sTormed inTo The Junior l-ligh School.
lmmediaTely The Class oT '34 Took parT in every acTiviTy. Even in The sevenTh
grade we had members on The aThleTic squads. ln eighTh grade, wiTh an original
"drammer" enTiTled "Crime Never Pays," we Tingled The spines oT an appreciaTive
audience and won The school inTerclass play conTesT. AbouT This Time The class
became social lions and embarked inTo The inTricacies oT Terpsichore. This year,
Too, The Bell broThers composed The school Pep Song.
AT The advenT oT The Treshman year our number was pracTically doubled,
principally by many oT our Tormer rivals oT Normal School. The Erosh TooTball
Team oT ThaT year had a successTul season, and The Freshman baskeTball Team
esTablished iTselT as one oT The besT Teams in The school hisTory by winning The
championship oT The Junior Suburban ConTerence. NOT To be ouTdone, The girls'
baskeTball Team came wiThin Two poinTs oT winning The inTerclass baskeTball Tourna-
menT. This year again The class produced an original dramaTic masTerpiece, "The
Romance oT a Busy Broker." We also won The T-lerzTeldT scholarship Trophy Tor The
highesT record oT scholarship in The High School.
The sophomore year Tound many oT The boys on The wonderTully successTul
TooTball Team oT '32, The Team which seT a school record in games won and losT,
The enTire junior Team oT I93O played varsiTy baskeTball, and several oT The soph-
omores won leTTers on The swimming Team. Tennis and Track also drew valuable
sophomore maTerial, and many oT The boys won Their leTTers. "l-le ls The People's
Choice," and oTher like expressions will long be remembered as a parT oT The unusual
sophomore program oT This year, "The DemocraTic NaTional ConvenTion."
In i932 The TooTball squad was composed mainly oT juniors, and The TighTing
spiriT which The class showed in The Tace oT exTremely adverse condiTions demon-
sTraTed Their True meTTle. OTTseTTing a somewhaT unsuccessTul TooTball season, The
baskeTball Team, consisTing oT The original Junior ConTerence champs oT '3I, and
The swimming Team, wiTh many juniors on iT, had wonderTully successTul seasons.
Many juniors were also on The equally successTul Track and Tennis Teams, The
annual Junior Prom, This year a veriTable ice-palace, was a huge success, and The
very TinesT Prom in school hisTory ldespiTe The TacT ThaT The same Thing is said
elsewhere in This book abouT The Prom oT The presenT Junior classl. The class was
well represenTed in dramaTics, especially by girls, and juniors Took an acTive parT
in The Girls' Club.
In This, our lasT year, we have seT up an enviable record. ThirTeen seniors
were on The TooTball squad, and were mainly responsible Tor The successTul sea-
son. OTT To a slow sTarT, The baskeTball Team, again composed almosT wholly oT
seniors, Tinished brillianTly againsT a diTTiculT schedule, while seniors won The
majoriTy oT poinTs on The swimming Team. The girls aT This Time were quiTe suc-
cessTul in Their inTra-mural games.
WiTh Ered Wagner as presidenT, The STudenT Council has Taken a leading
parT in school liTej and under The admirable guidance oT PaTsy BornsTein, The
Girls' Club has reached The mosT acTive poinT oT iTs exisTence. This year more
seniors were elecTed To The NaTional T-lonor SocieTy and The MaTh l-lonor SocieTy,
and many seniors received awards aT The aThleTic banqueT.
This brings To a close The hisTory oT The class oT I934 ThroughouT our years
in school we have gained more Trom iT Than we will ever be able To repay, and iT
is wiTh a Teeling oT deepesT regreT and TondesT remembrance ThaT we leave
M. U. S. To Tind new worlds To conquer.
REETINGS and saluTaTions Trom Hugo, Bruno
and Emily. Thanks To ThaT eminenT proTessor
oT physics and sundry oTher sciences, Wilhelm
Gorgonzola Beaker, I am able Today, by means OT
his colossal invenTion, The "FuTure Peeper," To give
you a shorT glimpse oT The sTudenTs oT The Class oT
I934 ThirTy years hence.
Now, leT's have The lighTs OTT, please, and please,
all oT you, siT back and wander wiTh me on The wings
oT The Tairies To The year oT IQ64, To The enchanTing
melody oT "Asa's DeaTh," by ThaT mosT charming
Scandinavian composer, Heinz WerwaTh.
Here we are in 1964. Now The N. R. A. sTands Tor
No RecollecTion Allowed, so iT would be quiTe unTair
Tor any oT you To leT your ThoughTs wander back To
LeT us TirsT visiT The WhiTe House. There we Tind
The PresidenT smiling and chuckling To himselT and
we wonder why he smiles when The ship oT sTaTe runs
a course sTudded wiTh ragged reefs. BuT we can
well undersTand ThaT iT is a smile oT accomplishmenT.
PresidenT Wagner lremember Freddie7l Teels ThaT
aTTer ThirTy years The audience oT The I934 lviinsTrel
Show has Tinally "goT iT." As we are leaving The
WhiTe House leT us pause To view RuTus T. KOTT-
nauer, The vice-presidenT, Telling The kiddies oT The
counTry how To TighT The baTTle oT liTe, and exhorTing
Them To new eTTorTs in Their guesT Tor The Oswald
Jaeger Baking Company's Jungle Hour BuTTons.
Qzzie, by The way, is The man who revoluTionized The
baking indusTry by invenTing Handled DoughnuTs,
The blessing To The man who dunks.
As we walk along The bank oT The scenic PoTomac,
a channel swimmer comes inTo sighT whom we Tind is
Frank Frey on his annual pilgrimage Trom BalTimore
To WashingTon, D. C., via waTer, bearing garlands oT
seaweed To The PresidenT. Frank is a liTTle Tardy This
year because his aTTendanT, GranT Gauger, spenT
mosT oT The Time repairing his ToolprooT moTor. Every
year, aT The expiraTion oT his conTracT wiTh The Bahn
Frei Hall, Gauger, beTTer known as "GenTleman
GranT, The Boxing Bungler," accompanies Frank on
his swimming pilgrimage.
ln BosTon Commons, we see Thomas Duncan, Jr.,
who is iusTly Tamous Tor his abiliTy as a sandwich man
pickeTing non-union shops, expounding his Theories
We decide To sTay in BosTon, and in The aTTernoon
we go ouT To see The Red Sox play The ST. Louis
Browns aT Thompson's SporTing Arena. Thompson's
is a good place To eaT-over Ten Thousand hasen-
pTeTTer dinners served daily lyou bring The rabbiTsll
From BosTon, guiTe oddly, we Tind ourselves in an
aTmosphere oT sTaid conTinenTal arisTocracy-black
shirTed men everywhere. STanding nexT To a sTern
looking man is O. H. Adams who has risen To ThaT
coveTed posiTion oT lv1ussolini's "yes man."
While on his honeymoon in lTaly-Carlie Wilson
married The Cornell widow, you know-we ioin him
in aTTending an oTTicial movie sTarring June EasT, The
scinTillaTing, glamorous siren oT The screen who proves
To be Eleanor Lindemann. A newsreel oT The I964-
Olympics shows PaT Powers breaking her inTernaTional
hurdling record which she has held Tor The pasT ThirTy
We move on To CenTral ATrica where we see
DoroThy Zinn, who married a missionary, happy and
conTenTed among The primiTive blacks who hail her as
a goddess. ln The pool on her esTaTe Bob Manegold,
aTTired in a shark's skin, is swimming abouT under
waTer sTill looking Tor The nickel ThaT Jimmie losT.
QuiTe evidenTly Bob musT be The one necessiTaTing
The visiT oT Dr. Claude Beebe, The eminenT brain spe-
cialisT, who is even now enTering The gaTes oT The
STopping in Bermuda on our way back To The STaTes
we see a huge elecTric sign adverTising "Bill Marx
Time WiTh I-lis RhyThm Men aT The Casino del Born-
sTein." Inside The nighT club we recognize Willie
leading his orchesTra. I-lis singer, whose voice is low,
husky, and ThroaTy, is RiTa Rosenberg. Passing Through
The room, keeping everybody happy, is The club's
owner and hosTess, The charming and peTiTe PaTsy
ReTurning To Milwaukee, The TirsT person we see is
Jean "Sure-shoT" Dunphy, shooTing clay pigeons To
biTs down aT The lake shore. Jean's iackeT is covered
wiTh ponderous, imporTanT locking medals. EvidenTly
she is a winner in This game.
AT The Davidson TheaTre, Jim Wilsey, The Tamous
connoisseur oT beauTiTul girls, is presenTing a mag-
niTicenT revue lreminiscenT oT old Broadwayl sTarring
"Jo-Jo, The WhisTling Cow Girl" and "Co-Co, The
Clown." We are noT surprised To Tind Joan RoberTs
and Fabian Kunzelman successTul on The sTage, Tor
we remember They are ideally suiTed Tor dramaTic
The WaIkaThon ouT aT The STaTe Fair Park is The
Talk oT The Town. We go ouT To see Those weary spe-
cimens oT humaniTy drag Themselves abouT. Four
couples are leTT. The Tour ThousandTh hour is pasT.
BeTs are running close, buT one couple seems To be
The TavoriTe. The Team oT Bell and Franzen is The Ta-
vcriTe. BelI's iokes are geTTing raTher Teeble, buT
Millie is holding up surprisingly well on Bob's shoul-
der. IT seems unbelievable, buT Then-
Remembering ThaT we have noT accounTed Tor An-
neTTe Wilson, we look in a Telephone direcTory. IT
says, "Miss Wilson's Exclusive Social Service Tor
Women." AT her esTablishmenT we Tind AnneTTe
saying To Billie I-lallsTrom, "My mosT desirable gen-
Tleman is available This evening. I am cerTain you
would like him. I-le is an excepTionalIy Tine dancer
and a mosT amusing companion. Would you care
To see him?" Billie says she would. Bob Nelson en-
Ters The room, Bob, The mosT soughT aTTer gigolo oT
Miss Wilson's exclusive esTablishmenT.
We decide To reTurn To M. U. S. Tor old Time's sake
even iT iT is againsT The N. R. A. IT is SaTurday
morning. The building is The same, buT older. The
Taces oT The sTudenTs and The TacuITy are unTamiliar,
buT in The library we are delighTed To Tind one oT our
beloved Class oT '34. There we Tind John Rix Taking
his spelling TesT Tor The Tour Thousand Tour hundred
and TorTieTh Time. WiTh Tond hopes in our hearTs we
bid John To "carry on"I
Now, Triends, wasn'T ThaT lovely? IT is Too bad
ThaT we have To leave The wings oT Tancy on which
we have been Tlying hiTher and ThiTher Tor almosT
TiTTeen minuTes, buT we musT geT back To realiTy, much
as we would like To dream on. LighTs, please!
E, Tl-TE CLASS OF I934, being aTTlicTed wiTh
bleary eyes, as a resulT oT Too much sTudying,
and a weak hearT Trom Too much aThleTics,
deem iT advisable To draw up This lasT will and
Wherein we, The Class oT I934, realizing ThaT we
have been a class oT unusual abiliTy, desire To make
a lasT muniTicenT giTT To our school, and hereby
presenT our virTues and vices To Those in The school
who can make The besT use oT Them.
Besides leaving Miss Dine hearTbroken, coaches
SuTherd, STrow, Parks and Brock worried, and Mr.
Moore "darned glad Those hoodlums are gone . .
Tommy Duncan leaves his abiliTy To dodge debTs
Tor ThirTeen years To whoever has To pay The school
Bob Nelson leaves his good looks and winning ways
To Bill Lane.
Eabian Kunzelmann leaves a bad impression.
Claude Beebe leaves his unTinished argumenTs on
race problems To Bob Zwicky.
GranT Gauger leaves his nauTical knowledge To
"Barnacle Bill" Hagen. Bob Bell and Mildred Eran-
zen leave TogeTher.
Grlo Adams leaves a lisT oT Telephone numbers To
PaTsy BornsTein leaves The presidency oT The Girls'
Club To any good suTTragisT in school.
Bob Manegold leaves The hockey supremacy oT
Pine Lake To BeTTy.
Ered Wagner leaves his daily Talks and announce-
menTs To whoever wanTs Them.
Carlie Wilson leaves his heighT To John Rheineck.
Eleanor Lindemann leaves a Teepee Tull oT Triends
To any girl in need oT N-l-C-E men.
John Rix leaves The liTTle Things in liTe To Jack Wie-
Joan RoberTs leaves her rosy blush To Carol Mayer,
hoping she'll make good use oT iT.
AnneTTe Wilson leaves her unTinished work To
TuTure M. U. S. seniors who are looking Tor someThing
RiTa Rosenberg leaves her high soprano To peTiT
Frank Frey wills his swimming suiT To Bob Zwicky.
PaTTy Powers leaves her silenT laughTer To Mary
Billie l-lallsTrom leaves her camera To any oTher
quick snapper ThaT mighT come along.
l-leinz WerwaTh leaves his abiliTy To caTch punTs To
Jeanne Dunphy leaves her bull's eyes To Emily
Moeller, anarher budding big shoT.
James Wilsey leaves his parking place aT Downer
DoroThy Zinn leaves her knowledge oT polo To any
horseman able To absorb ThaT much.
NeiTher Bob KoTTnauer nor Bill Marx leave any-
IECUND F0 DM
The Junior Class
i-IE JUNIOR CLASS, as a whole, is probably whaT one mighT call a Teacher's
dream: Tor iT has, since iTs Treshmen days, consisTenTly shown an exceedingly high
scholasTic average, regularly carrying oTT The monThIy and semesTer awards. lT
would seem ThaT such a class is oversTudiousg however ThaT is noT The case, Tor The
iunior class has shown ThaT iT has TalenT in oTher Tields. lT has obTained awards in
dramaTics, girls' and boys' inTramural aThleTics, ediTed several excellenT ediTions oT The
Academy, and presenTed several unique class programs beside carrying on The oTher
cusTomary work oT a class.
AlThough Three years have passed since iT enTered iTs shorT high school career,
The class has reTained iTs original idenTiTy, making iT possible To develop a class spiriT
which iT hopes will noT die. AlThough The class seemingly reached iTs peak during
The lasT year by obTaining one oT The highesT class averages ThaT has ever been
aTTained, The members realize how small Their accomplishmenTs have been in compari-
son wiTh whaT musT be evenTually accomplished in The coming year, if They are To
keep up Their high sTandards.
One oT The members oT The class received The plague which is given To The besT
acTor in The school, and who has consisTenTly disTinguished himselT in all The maior
dramaTic producTions. The girls oT The iunior class, who unTil This semesTer were only
Tive in number had Their somewhaT depleTed ranks Tilled a biT when Two new girls
joined The class. WiTh This added sTrengTh They came Through To win The swimming
meeT oT The senior high school.
Proving The old maxim ThaT "good Things
come in small packages," The Two smallesT
members OT The class were eleced To The Na-
Tional Honor SocieTy.
Among The sporTs in which The boys have
especially disTinguished Themselves are TooT-
ball, Traclc, and Tennis.
Indeed iT is an enviable record ThaT The
junior class leaves behind iT and we TrusT ThaT
in Their lasT year aT M. U. S. They will Tread
The paTh oT success, Tinding aT The end ThaT
They have surpassed Their goal.
Emily Jane Moeller
cw - m ff , ' fl i l I"'fm,
The Sophomore Class
S THE VERY name "sophomore" comes Trom a Greek word meaning sophisri-
caTed, iT is boTh pleasing and surprising To reTlecT on The acTiviTies oT The
sophomore class during The pasT year. In all school liTe, exTra curricular as
well as academic, The sophomore class has been a viTal parT oT ThaT splendid organ-
izaTion, The Milwaukee UniversiTy School. An ouTline OT iTs parTicipaTion in aurside
acTiviTies is a splendid way To demonsTraTe This.
In aThleTics, TirsT oT all, The class has been very well represenTed. There have
been boys on The varsiTy TooTball, baskeTball, and swimming squads, and They can
boasT oT aT leasT one leTTer winner in each oT These sporTs. The girls, Too, have
been acTive in aThleTics and have been consisTenTly among The winners in Their inTra-
mural and gymnasium conTesTs.
Secondly, a review OT The Tine DramaTic Club work shows ThaT a greaTer number
oT sophomores have parTicipaTed in This Tield oT endeavor Then have The members oT
any oTher class. In The commencemenT play, as well as boTh groups oT one acT plays,
There have always been a large group OT sophomores playing many oT The leading
and supporTing parTs. This speaks well Tor The class, as The plays were a greaT
The new sysTem which has been Tollowed during The pasT year as To The publicaTion
oT The Academy, gives each class Two chances To publish iTs own ediTion. lT is
inTeresTing To noTe ThaT boTh oT The sophomore ediTions were very well received by
The members oT The TaculTy and The members oT The sTudenT body.
Our class has had Two ouTings during The lasT year. The TirsT was a skaTing
parTy held in January aT The Milwaukee River. A large percenTage OT The class
aTTended This parTy, and all oi us enioyed iT immensely. ln The Spring anoTher suc-
cessful ouTdoor parTy was given, and iT, Too, will remain a pleasanT experience in our
memories oT our happy days.
The mosT imporTanT parT oT school liTe, however, is oT course The academic worlc.
While we have never led The enTire school in This respecT, we have always been
righT up among The leaders, and some monThs iT was only aTTer much Tiguring ThaT iT
could be deTermined which class had Tinished on Top. WiTh our splendid record oT The
pasT Two years behind us, we look Torward To The nexT Two wiTh boTh opTimism and
The oTiicers who so capably managed The aTiairs oT The sophomore class were:
BeaTrice Jones, presidenTg Jaclc Wiener, vice-presidenTg Jim Klode, secreTaryg and
RoberT Zwiclry, Treasurer.
Mary Virginia FosTer
The l:f2Sl'IfT1dD CTGSS
-HE Tl-HRD Tormers have experienced a
proTiTable and enjoyable year. They have
done well in boTh scholasTic and ouTside
acTiviTies, and have held The progress and
scholasTic banners Tor several monThs.
BoTh The boys and girls have enTered aThleTics.
in various inTramural conTesTs, alThough noT al-
ways vicTorious, They have shown good sporTs-
manship and abiliTy.
They have demonsTraTed much enThusiasm
Towards dramaTics. A number oT The members
have appeared in The plays ThaT were given by
The DramaTic Club. They have shown persever-
ance: Tor even Though They weren'T To be in one
play, They Tried Tor The nexT.
They have generously parTicipaTed in The
chariTable acTiviTies. AT boTh Thanksgiving and
ChrisTmas Time They broughT TogeTher Tood and
cloThing Tor The less TorTunaTe. A
On Thanksgiving The Treshmen presenTed a
program wi+h The sevenTh and eighTh grades.
Two splendid numbers oT The Academy have
been issued by The Treshman class during The
year. These have been made possible only by
The combined eTTorTs oT every member oT The
class. Much Time and eTTorT was spenT on each
issue. The Treshmen Tried To make Their num-
bers as worTh while and inTeresTing as Those oT
The upper classmen.
Each OT The Treshman sTudenTs wroTe a six hun-
dred word Theme in compeTiTion Tor The MT.
Rushmore Memorial award. They were based
on nine OT The mosT imporTanT evenTs in The
hisTory OT The UniTed STaTes. The Tamous sculp-
Tor, C-3uTzen Borglum, has carved The heads OT
Tamous men in American hisTory on The sides OT
MT. Rushmore in SouTh DalcoTa. Now sTudenTs
are being aslced TO wriTe The inscripTion under
These Tigures. Prizes are being awarded by The
Rushmore Memorial commiTTee Tor The besT
Themes. We hope ThaT one OT The Treshman
sTudenTs Trom our school will win one OT These
The Treshmen who Took French goT The names
and addresses OT French boys and girls wiTh
whom They could correspond. This was a prac-
Tical way To TesT our abiliTy in French, and has
broughT abouT correspondence Triendships ThaT
prove To be very inTeresTing.
The class, besides having a proTiTable, aca-
demic year also enioyed a very delighTTul social
one. The TirsT parTy was a roller-slcaTing one.
This Toolc place The day aTTer The mid-semesTer
exams. ATTer The worlc OT sTudying and Taking
The exams The class decided To celebraTe. ATTer
The slcaTing parTy one OT The Treshman girls en-
TerTained The class aT her home Tor The remainder
OT The evening. l.aTer on in The season The class
had a sleigh-riding parTy and again ended The
parTy aT The home OT a Treshman girl.
The enTire class has used Their Treshman year
very proTiTably as well as enioyably.
BeTTy Ann Newald
Phyllis Jean BolTz
Lloyd Van AnTwerpen
KaTheryn Ann Webb
The Junior High School
HE JUNIOR HIGH SCHQOL sTudenTs have
had a very inTeresTing year under The direc-
Tion oT Mr. RinTelmann and Mr. Brock. lv1osT
oT Their acTiviTies have cenTered around The
Junior High School boys' and girls' clubs. The
acTiviTies were oT Tour kinds, social, sporTs, chari-
Table, and scholasTic.
Social commiTTees arranged a number oT
social TuncTions. Several roller-skaTing parTies
were held, also an ice-skaTing parTy, an ouTing
aT Pine lake, a Tield day picnic To which Triends
were inviTed, and a number oT oTher TuncTions.
SporTs have had an imporTanT posiTion in The
Junior High School boys' and girls' acTiviTies
during The year. Ping-Pong TournamenTs Tor
boTh boys and girls were arranged. WresTling
and boxing maTches occupied The inTeresT oT
many boys during club periods, while checkers
Took The Tancy oT oThers. The girls also wenT in
Tor exTensive sporTs. The Torms challenged each
oTher in baskeTball, baseball, waTer baskeTball,
and Tennis. The pyramids, drills, games, and comic
acrobaTics oT The open house Physical EducaTion
program were supporTed or presenTed by The
Junior High School boys and girls. From all
appearances, The varsiTy in TuTure will be greaTly
enriched by The presenT sevenTh and eighTh
A number oT chariTable acTiviTies were carried
on during The year. UnTorTunaTe Tamilies were
helped wiTh supplies oT Tood and cloThing aT
Thanksgiving and ChrisTmas. A Tinancial con-
TribuTion was made To The ChariTy Fund aT
ChrisTmas Time. The pupils also collecTed declcs
oT old playing cards Tor use aT The Municipal
Social CenTer Tor unemployed. The CommuniTy
Fund was also given loyal and subsTanTial sup-
The Two Torms have been rivals Tor The
Scholarship Banner and The Pioneer Banner all
year, wiTh honors abouT equally divided. Frank
discussions during home room rneeTings and club
meeTings have helped many oT The boys and
girls To undersTand Their scholasTic diTTiculTies.
Fellow pupils were very co-operaTive in helping
a pupil To beTTer undersTand himselT and his
We have had a wonderTul year and look Tor-
ward To even greaTer acTiviTies nexT year.
First and Second Forms
SEVENTH AND EIGHT!-I GRADES
Junior Suburban Champs ol T931
O Tl-TE FREST-TMAN baskeTball Team oT I93I
wonT The honor and glory oT winning Tor The
TirsT Time in The hisTory oT The school The Junior
Suburban ConTernce Championship. The champion-
ship Team possessed all oT The besT qualiTies oT iTs
predecessors, and, above all, They displayed an un-
conquerable spiriT aT all Times, a spiriT oT co-opera-
Tion and Team play. ThroughouT The season This
group oT Freshman boys ThoughT and Talked baskeT-
ball day and nighTq They had buT one ambiTion,--To
Their remarkable record which showed buT one
deTeaT was The resulT oT The Tine spiriT displayed by
The group in addiTion To The very able coaching OT
Mr. Moore. IT is only such a remarkable record as
This ThaT can Tairly reTlecT The spiriT, co-operaTion,
sporTsmanship, and skill oT The Tine group oT boys
ThaT represenTed The Milwaukee UniversiTy School on
The Freshman baskeTball Team oT l93I.
The Student Council
NDER THE ABLE leadership OT PresidenT Fred
Wagner, The STudenT Council oT I933-34 has
enioyed a very successTul year. The Council
began iTs season by giving sTrong supporT To The
TooTball Team. IT sponsored pep meeTings and Talks
beTore each conTesT and was largely responsible Tor
The whole-hearTed supporT The Team goT Trom The
sTudenT body. Members oT The STudenT Council Took
charge oT The Homecoming, making iT a huge success.
The auTomobile parade was a popular TeaTure oT
Homecoming To The high school sTudenTs, while The
bicycle parade beTween halves proved exciTing To
The elemenTary school. Many old grads reTurned To
The Alma MaTer because oT The eTTicienT work oT The
Council in inTorming Them oT The big evenT. The
Council also published Homecoming programs which
conTained The picTures and hisTories oT The Team
members and The coaches.
The nexT evenT To which The Council gave iTs sup-
porT was The Milwaukee CounTy CommuniTy Fund.
The STudenT Council Took compleTe charge oT The
campaign aT M. U. S. and succeeded in making our
school Tund go "over The Top." In rallies and pep
Talks The sTudenTs were urged To "give Till iT hurTs."
The success oT These meeTings is evidenT inasmuch as
each class came Through IOO per cenT wiTh iTs dona-
The nexT evenT To gain The spoTlighT was The
STudenT Council Dance which Tollowed The M. U. S.-
M. C. D. S. baskeTball game. This dance was
sponsored and direcTed by STudenT Council members.
IT proved a success socially and Tinancially, and The
proceeds received will be used To procure new
aThleTic eguipmenT Tor nexT year's Teams.
In addiTion To These ouTsTanding evenTs The STu-
denT Council has supporTed all school acTiviTies. IT
has backed all aThleTic evenTs and has been in charge
oT The TickeT sales Tor TooTball, baskeTball, and swim-
ming meeTs. DramaTics have been sTressed by The
Council, and iT has been in charge oT all TickeT sales
Tor The various dramaTic oTTerings which were given
during The year.
Since The nucleus oT The Council's members are
reTurning nexT year, we may look Torward To a very
successTul year in T934-35. The oTTicers oT This
year's Council were Fred Wagner, presidenTg Heinz
WerwaTh, vice-presidenTg PaTsy BornsTein, secreTary.
' Th N ' I I-I S '
,,,,,,,,,,,,, Q GIZIOUG OIWOF OCIQEY
Q I4 I-IE NATIONAL I-IONOR SOCIETY, inTo which our school was admiTTed on
: M 5 The TwenTy'TiTTh oT April, nineTeen hundred and ThirTy, is The Phi BeTa Kappa
Z ,i 5 oT high schools. BuT while The Phi BeTa Kappa is The emblem oT scholarship,
f, Q The NaTionaI I-Ionor SocieTy covers a wider Tield such as high sTandards oT
characTer, leadership, and service. The I-lonor SocieTy greaTly sTimuIaTes The
liTe oT The school, and The members have, in Their college careers, received
recogniTion by The insTiTuTions which They are aTTending Tor Their exceIlenT worlc
and conTribuTions To The college.
Besides having received high averages, These early members have made
' Their names prominenT in many college acTiviTies.
William IZVOVTIVVI RlVLa1yhillI1Te Kellogg Wylma WesTerman
Elizabeth I-Ienes O Op Umlemac er Jolwn Wilgon
CaTherine Cramer RoberT I-IiTchcocl4 I-Ierman Nunnemacher
Mildred Eiclqmeyer John Lane John VogT
I-larold Jahn Roger MclnTyre
Charles Klaiber Eldred STevenson
Orlo Adams CarlTon Wilson
I-lerberT SchneTzlc Ro ce WrighT, Jr.
PaTsy BornsTein P K + William OesTerreich
RoberT Bell eqgy OO Z Ered Wagner
The I-lonorary Mathematics Society
IVE NEW MEMBERS, all seniors, have been
elecTed To membership in DeITa Pi Omicron, hon-
orary maThemaTics socieTy. The purpose oT This
socieTy is To recognize The ouTsTanding worlc done in
maThemaTics by sTudenTs ThroughouT Their Tour years
in high school. Only sTudenTs who have disTinguished
Themselves have The privilege oT becoming members.
Each year The members oT The socieTy conTribuTe To
The maThemaTics deparTmenT an original piece OT
work. This year a much enlarged slide-rule was chosen
as The project. Mr. STrow is very much pleased wiTh
The results and proudly displays This nine-TooT rule
in The maThemaTics room. This mammoTh slide-rule
is also used To advanTage in Teaching The sTudenTs
The use oT The slide-rule. Bob Bell has been elecTed
presidenT oT The socieTy and The newly elecTed mem-
bers are Orlo Adams, Bob Bell, Jeanne Dunphy, Bob
Manegold, and Bob Nelson.
RoberT I-liTchcocI4 William Niss Eranls YaTTe
William Penrod I-Iarold Jahn David EisendraTh
CuThberT Vandervelde I-Ierman Nunnemacher Mildred Eichmeyer
Eldred STephenson Francis Wilson Charles KIGIIDGF
Dgrma WQSTQH BUFIICTGICJI
CarITon Wilson Jeanne Dunplly ROIDGVJV Bell
O I Ad
Fred Wagner RoberT Nelson ro ams
NDER The direcTion oT Miss AnneTTe Wilkins The Glee Club oT I934 has con-
TribuTed iTs share To The achievemenTs oT The exTra curriculum acTiviTies in The
school. The club parTicipaTed in The annual ChrisTmas perTormance, According
To TradiTion, The girls led The school procession and They also conTribuTed To The
play by singing Two ChrisTmas carols, "SilenT lXlighT," and "l.iTTle Town oT BeThlehem."
ATTer The mid-year examinaTions, The girls began To plan and prepare Tor The
much anTicipaTed lvl. U. S. MinsTrel, which Toolc place in February. Many days beTore
The big nighT They goT TogeTher To work ouT original and unique acTs. There were
numerous argumenTs and debaTes as whaT To do, buT They Tinally decided upon Two
numbers, a modern version oT "Comin' Through The Rye," and The old Time TavoriTe,
"A Floradora SexTeT." WiTh very liflle pracTice The girls puT These numbers over
amazingly well. They were received by The audience wiTh appreciaTion, and hearTy
The lasT conTribuTion oT This year's Glee Club will be To sing aT Commencement
PATSY BO RNSTEI N
The Girls, Club
HE FIRST EVENT in The I934-35 acTiviTies program in which The Girls' Club Took
a maior parT was The Homecoming dance on November eighTeenTh sponsored
by The club. IT was The TirsT Time in The hisTory oT M. U. S. ThaT The Girls' Club
sponsored a dance. Their eTTorTs proved successTul, Tor when The receipTs were
counTed, iT was discovered They surpassed even The wildesT expecTaTions.
Because oT The Tinancial success oT Their dance The girls TelT ThaT They could do
more Than send The usual baslceT oT Tood To people less TorTunaTe Than Themselves aT
ChrisTmas Time. CommiTTees were appoinTed and girls worlced wiTh The True ChrisTmas
spiriT To give Three Tamilies a merrier ChrisTmas. They procured The necessary cloTh-
ing Tor each member oT The Tamily and collecTed Toys Tor The children. They sTarTed
a milk Tund Tor a Tamily wiTh smaller children and saw ThaT each Tamily had enough
provisions Tor The ChrisTmas season. In addiTion To This They gave a sum Trom Their
Treasury To The Eamily WelTare AssociaTion, so ThaT The moTher oT one oT The Girls'
Club Tamilies could once more experience The Thrill oT real ChrisTmas shopping.
When The lv1insTrel Show was given The Girls' Club again played an imporTanT
parT. In addiTion To The girls' supplying Two acTs To The show They had compleTe
charge oT The TiclceT sales. The enTire Girls' Club was divided inTo Two Teams, The
blues and whiTes, who compeTed againsT each oTher in The TiclceT campaign. The
whiTes proved vicTorious, and The whole compeTiTive sysTem proved a success, inas-
much as The lvlinsTrel Show played To a Tull house.
On April TourTh The Girls' Club gave a novel program beTore The assembly.
They produced a slciT abouT The Jones Tamily who are lisTening To Their new Television
radio seT. As The Tamily dialed The various programs The audience was given The
opporTuniTy oT seeing and hearing The radio sTars, iusT as They appeared beTore The
During The EasTer holidays The girls were busy redecoraTing The girls' room.
They TransTormed iT Trom a modern room inTo a room oT The early colonial period.
The predominaTing colors are red and yellow, and The TurniTure is early American
maple. On April eighTeenTh, Trinl4eT day, The girls broughT lamps, picTures, pillows
and planTs To decoraTe The room.
LasT buT noT leasT on The year's calendar was The TradiTional MoThers' Tea which
was given on The TwelTTh oT May. The moThers were enTerTained by a program
planned by The girls, and The newly decoraTed girls' room was puT on display.
The oTTicers oT This year were PaTsy BornsTein, presidenT, Billie HallsTrom, secre-
Tary: and Emily Moeller, Treasurer.
This year's success is greaTly due To The conscienTious and enThusiasTic work oT
PaTsy BornsTein. Under her able leadership The club has made greaT sTrides and
has leTT someThing Tor The nexT year's club To sTrive Tor. The girls can Teel Themselves
TorTunaTe in having so able a presidenT aT Their head.
The Dramatic Club, T933-T934
I-IE ACTIVITIES oT The DramaTic Club during The
pasT year have been ouTsTanding in ThaT more
plays have been presenTed Than in any previous
year. Six one-acT plays and The Three-acT Commence-
menT play, wiTh casTs ToTaling ThirTy diTTerenT players
On March ninTh The Three one-acT plays included
"EourTeen," by Alice GersTenberg, "Six Cups oT
ChocolaTe," by E. SchmiThoT, and A. A. Milne's "The
Boy Comes Home."
"EourTeen" describes The diTTiculTies oT a socially
ambiTious socieTy woman in arranging a dinner parTy.
BeTTy Manegold did a splendid biT oT acTing. OThers
in The casT were Eleanor Lindemann and Sylvia
"Six Cups oT ChocoIaTe" depicTs The dilemma oT
six girls in love wiTh The same man, and all in receipT
oT idenTical leTTers Trom him. The casT was com-
prised oT Junior I-Iigh girls. The leads were well
played by Barbara Berger and Mary Wiener. BeTTy
Moeller, Mary Burbach, Marion Gross, and Barbara
Garber compleTed The casT.
"The Boy Comes I-lome" TeaTured WaITer Isgrig
as a war-proTiTeer in The iam business, whose nephew,
Karl Klauser, newly-reTurned Trom The War, cleverly
induces him To see Things his way abouT geTTing a
job. BeaTrice Jones played The aunTg Peggy KooTz
was an amazingly realisTic angry cook, and EdiTh
Schley a maid.
The second series oT one-acT plays was presenTed
on May TourTh. Included were 'Tl'ler CounTry," by
Euphemia WyaTTp "The EaTal QuesT," an anonymous
burlesque: and "Long DisTance," a dramaTizaTion oT
a SaTurday Evening PosT sTory by William I-lazIeTT
"I-ler CounTry," a Tragedy oT The War, broughT
ouT The conTIicT beTween devoTion To one's Triends
as opposed To devoTion To one's counTry. Karl Klau-
ser gave a splendid porTrayal oT a BriTish oTTicer in-
valided home, who Tinally commiTs suicide To shield
his wiTe Iplayed by BeaTrice Jonesl who
come a German spy To obTain money To
husband recover his healTh. WalTer Isgrig was Tine
as The invesTigaTing BriTish oTTicer.
"The EaTaI QuesT" was presenTed by an all-Junior
High casT, including John Croll, Mary Burbach, Dickie
I-lalIs+rom, Mary Ealk, John Rheineck, and George
Adams. A burlesque melodrama oT The days oT kings
and queens, This IiTTle play provided many a hearTy
laugh, as The characTers spoke The sTage direcTions,
and all ended meIodramaTicalIy wiTh pracTicalIy
everyone dead on The Tloor.
"Long DisTance," a rollicking comedy, porTrayed
The diTTicuITies oT The manager oT The EarThworm
TracTor Company, played by John Bell, in sTraighTen-
ing ouT The diTTiculTies oT a Tarmer, his hired hand and
The hired hand's sweeThearT. Philip OrTh, as The
cranky Tarmer, was excellenT. OThers in The casT in-
cluded Mary Seeger, Dick WesTerman, DoroThy
VieTh and Jimmy Klode.
As a climax To The year's acTiviTies, The DramaTic
Club will presenT "Tons oT Money" by Will Evans
and ValenTine on June I I. IT is a sparkling Three-acT
comedy, which ran Tor Two years in London. IT Tells
oT The various schemes conTrived by an impoverished
counTry genTleman To inheriT an esTaTe. The casT
includes Karl Klauser, Joan RoberTs in The leading
parTs, and Bob Bell, BeTTy Manegold, BeaTrice Jones,
Philip OrTh, Douglas GuTenkunsT, Dick WesTerman,
WalTer Isgrig, and Sylvia Eecher. IT is a TiTTing
climax To a year oT greaT acTiviTy on The M. U. S.
A greaT deal oT crediT Tor The Tine seTs, excellenT
lighTing eTTecTs, and general helpTulness backsTage
musT be given To KeiTh I-lovis as elecTrician and car-
penTer, and John Frank as sTage manager and
AlThough noT sTricTly a dramaTic club producTion,
iT is TiTTing To record here The lvlinsTrel Show which
was presenTed on February 23 Tor The beneTiT oT The
annual AThleTic BanqueT. The show was a huge suc-
cess. Fred Wagner was an excellenT lnTerlocuTor,
aided in Tine sTyle by Orlo Adams, Billy OesTerreich,
John Bell, and Jimmy Wilsey as The End Men. OTher
ouTsTanding TeaTures oT The show were The Floradora
SexTeT, noT To TorgeT The Tine work oT The chorus.
The l:aculTy members who shared The work oT produc-
Tion were lvlr. Moore, lvliss Wilkins, and Mr. Brooks.
There is liTTle doubT in our minds ThaT The success
oT The dramaTic club Tor This currenT season has been
largely due To The unTiring eTTorTs oT lvlr. Brooks. l-lis
diligence, his paTience, and his dramaTic abiliTy have
been insTrumenTal in building up The Tine dramaTic
deparTmenT in This school. WiTh The appreciaTion
oT These TacTs in mind, The dramaTic club can look
Torward To an even bigger year in l934-l935.
The Rille Club
HE RIFLE CLUB is as yeT a Tairly new organiza-
Tion in our school, having been organized only a
liTTle over a year ago. lTs membership was small
aT TirsT, buT has gradually increased unTil now iT
boasTs oT over TorTy members. BoTh boys and girls
may belong To This club, and since The girls have
responded so readily To This privilege, a separaTe
nighT has been seT aside every week in which They
may have exclusive use OT The range.
OTTicers are Jim Klode, presidenTq Norman Rohn,
chieT execuTiveq Fred KasTen, secreTaryg and RoberT
lvleeTs beTween CounTry Day, Shorewood, and
WauwaTosa will be held, and plans Tor purchasing a
50X spoTTing scope are now in progress.
Academy Stall-Senior lssue
Edilor ........ ............. F rederick Wagner
Lilerary Edilors. .. .... Palsy Bornslein, Carllon Wilson
Business Manager... ................... Roberf Bell
Adverlising Manager ....... .... P alsy Bornslein
Assislanl Adverlising Manager. . .... Pally Powers
Arl Edilor ...... ...,. . . ..... Annelle Wilson
Humor Edilor. ., .... Fabian Kunzelmann
Sporl Edilror .... ..................... O rlo Adams
Acliviffies Edilors.. .... Roberl Manegold, Heinz Werwalli
Pliolograplier.. ...,....... ...... B illie l-lallslrorn
Facully Advisor .... Miss M. A. Toser
"' mv u
AST YEARS gridiron season, while shorT, was
Tairly successTuI. The Team encounTered Tive
opponenTs, conquering Three and dropping The
oTher Two by close scores. Coach SuTherd molded
his Team Trom Twelve men who had previous experi-
ence, Two Treshman sTars, and six newcomers. This
maTeriaI led To a well balanced Team. AT The Two
ends oT The line were Bob Zinser, newcomer Trom
WashingTon, or Carlie Wilson or Bob Nelson, boTh
men oT pasT seasons. The Tackles were held down by
GranT Gauger, and his Team maTes By Thompson
and Wm. Marx. The aggressive guards ThaT M. U.
S. had in The Iine were Fred Wagner and Jim Wil-
sey, Tormer IeTTermen and Their undersTudies Jack
Wiener, who had been developed Trom The Treshman
Team, and John Zwicky and Bob 'KoTTnauer. In The
cenTer oT The line we Tound ThaT veTeran, Mike
Carlson, and Fab Kunzelmann, The boy who had all
The pep and never gave up unTiI The Tinal gun.
In The backTield we saw The Duncan broThers, Tom
and John, aT Their usual haIT-back posTs, relieved by
Bill Lane, CapTain-elecT Tor '34, and Bob Manegold,
as well as anoTher lad developed Trom Coach
Brock's Treshman Team, Jim Klode, a hard driving
boy wiTh plenTy oT scrap. I-Ieinz WerwaTh, who has
noT seen any acTion The lasT Two years on The TooT-
ball Tield, because oT a bad knee, was The man
behind The wheel. I-Ieinz's job aT guarTerback was
done exceedingly well. Orlo Adams was shiTTed
Trom The line To Tull back, To Till The shoes oT Bob
Led by CapT. Adams, The Team showed iTs scoring
abiIiTy by Trouncing WaTerTord 55-O. The second
encounTer was wiTh NorThwesTern College Preps wiTh
an I8-7 M. U. S. vicTory. NorThwesTern MiIiTary
Academy was The nexT To Tall vicTim in a 20-7 deTeaT.
The hard driving CounTry Day Team handed M. U. S.
iTs TirsT deTeaT I3-O. NoT To be discouraged by This,
our Team came back and puT up a good TighT againsT
Wayland, only To lose in The lasT minuTes 24-I7.
M. U. S. Tallied IIO poinTs, while Their opponenTs
NexT year's Team will be Tormecl around CapTain-
elecT Bill Lane, and Tour oT his Team maTes: Carlson,
cenTerg Wiener, guard, Zinser, end: Klode, back.
These Tive men and many more promising recruiTs
will carry on wiTh ThaT TighTing spiriT Tor which
M. U. S. is known.
M. U. S. 55 - O WaTerTord
" I8 - 7 NorThwesTern College Preps
" 20 - 7 INIorThwesTern MiIiTary Acad.
O - I3 CounTry Day
- 24 Wayland
M. U, S. IIO -- 5I OpponenTs
ITH A LARGE baskeTbaII squad oT over
TwenTy men, oT which six were reTurning
IeTTermen oT one or Two years, Coach STrow
Taced a Tough assignmenT. The schedule included
games wiTh EasT and WashingTon, boTh in The ciTy
conTerence, NorThwesTern MiIiTary Academy: Way-
land: CounTry Day and LuTheran, Iong Time rivals:
and The TradiTionaI game wiTh The Alumni.
On December I5, The Team sTarTed wiTh a vicTory
over EasT. Then WashingTon handed The Blues and
The WhiTes Their TirsT deTeaT, I I-I7. ATTer Trounc-
ing The Alumni 37-24, The Team did noT click. For
The nexT Tour games, They did noT connecT on any
combinaTion. They losT To EasT, Wayland, CounTry
Day, and WashingTon.
The big change came in The game wiTh LuTheran,
which resuITed in a M. U. S. walk-away, 32-9. From
ThaT Time on, There was noThing sTopping The boys.
Wayland Tell along The wayside 22-IO. LuTheran
was again deTeaTed 39-8. CounTry Day's early season
win was avenged by holding The Green To one Tield
goal and Tive Tree Throws, I7-7. The Tinal vicTory
over NorThwesTern MiIiTary Academy, ended The
season wiTh .583 per cenT.
The IeTI'ermen: CapT. Wilson, WerwaTh, Nelson,
Beebe, Adams, Wagner, Carlson, and Wiener,
eIecTed Mike Carlson capTain Tor nexT year's Team.
Mike has been a leTTerman Tor Two years and has
already proved himseIT highly capable oT heading
The I935 baskeTbaII Team.
M. U. S, should have a banner year in '35, even
Though The Team will Iose six IeTTermen Through
graduaTion. WiTh The reTurning oT Mike Carlson
and Jack Wiener, and wiTh such promising maTeriaI
as OesTerreich, Frank, Lane, Zinser, WrighT, Bell,
Klode, Lange, lsgrig and WesTerman, Coach Harold
E. STrow can look Torward To a successTuI season
Va rsiTy BasIceTbaII Schedule
M.U.S. Place DaTe OpponenTs
24 There Dec. I5-II EasT
I I Here Dec. 22-I9 WashingTon
37 Here Dec. 26-24 Alumni
23 Here Jan. 5-3I EasT
I6 There Jan. I3-2I Wayland
II Thiere Jan. I9-I4 CounTry Day
I8 There Jan. 26-25 WashingTon
33 There Feb. 9- 9 LuTheran
22 Here Feb. I4-IO Wayland
38 Here Feb. 20- 8 LuTheran
I7 Here March 4- 7 CounTry Day
3I Here March 8- 8 NorTh WesT.
28I M. U. S. I87 OpponenTs
HE M. U. S. swimming Team was raTher depleTed
when NorTman, STeinman, BunlcTelT, Wilson and
MclnTyre were losT Through graduaTion lasT year,
buT CapTain Frey, Fab Kunzelmann and Bob KasTen
bore The brunT oT This year's sTiTT compeTiTon. They
were aided by Rohn, consisTenT poinT winner in Tree
sTyle, R. Zwiclcy, McLaughlin, Chandler, and Der-
nehl. Their schedule included WashingTon, NorTh,
Cudahy, WesT Allis and Boys' Tech. WashingTon
and Tech were The only Teams ThaT conquered
lvl. U. S. wiTh decisive vicTories.
Coach Parks is loolcing Torward To a brighT season
nexT year wiTh The reTurning oT capTain-elecT Bob
KasTen and Norman Rohn, Tor The nucleus oT The
Team, wiTh young Zwiclcy, breasT sTrol1e arTisT, Der-
nehl, diver, Chandler and McLaughlin, Tree sTyle
aces, Freshmen GuTenl4unsT and F, KasTen, To com-
pleTe a winning squad.
CapTain Frey broke The record Tor The 200 yard
Tree sTyle, when he did iT in The Cudahy meeT in Two
minuTes and ThirTy-eiqhT seconds l2:38l. ThaT was The
only marlc beTTered.
DaTe M.U.S. OpponenTs Place
Dec. 20 32 4I WashingTon Here
Jan. 5 27 46 NorTh Here
Jan, I2 36 37 Cudahy There
Jan. I7 30 43 WesT Allis Here
Jan. 26 22 46 Tech. Here
Feb. 6 30 43 NorTh There
Feb. I6 39 34 Cudahy Here
Feb. 23 23 50 WesT Allis There
Feb. 27 31 42 WashingTon There
Ta+als 270 382
HIS YEAR we find many new men on fhe frack
squad besides fhose refurning veferans, Capfain
Fred Usinger, Fab Kunzelmann, and O. H.
Adams, who are frying hard fo carry on in place of
fhose who were losf fhrough graduafion lasf June.
In place of fhose fleeffoofed Schnefzky brofhers, we
find Bob Zinser, Bob Koffnauer and O. Adams frying
fheir besf fo HII fhaf big vacancy. This year fhe
hurdles are being scampered over by none ofher
fhan Fab Kunzelmann and Bob Kasfen, who are
readily whipping info form. John Frank is frying his
hand af fhe pole vaulf and high jump, and is accom-
panied by Herb Hall, a newcomer fo fhe frack.
The ofher field evenfs are being held down by man-
mounfain Gauger and his undersfudy O. H. Adams.
Gauger fosses bofh fhe shof and fhe discus as does
Adams. By Thompson is developing info a fine half-
miler as well as an able discus fhrower. Young Bob
Zwicky is fraining hard for fhe half-mile and every
one is wishing him lofs of luck fo help him place in
fhe coming meefs. Johnson, a promising young
freshman, is becoming a capable 220 man, and will
be of greaf value fo Coach Brock in fhe coming
On a cool Safurday morning, April 28, fhe boys
opened fheir season wifh Whifefish Bay and came
ouf second besf, frailing fhe Bays 8I fo 34. Pio
Nono is nexf on fhe schedule, and affer fhaf meef
Coach Brock will send his performers down fo
lvloosehearf for fhe Nafional Academy meef. Meefs
wifh Washingfon B. feam and Lake Foresf Academy
wind up fhe resf of fhe season.
Safurday, Apr. 28-Whifefish Bay Here
Safurday, May 5-Pio Nono Here
Safurday May I2-Moosehearf There
Friday, lvlay T8-Washingfon B. There
Safurday, May 26-Lake Foresf Academy There
ITT-I FOUR leTTermen reTurning Trom lasT year's very successTul Team, Coach
Moore is looking Torward To a banner year. Led by CapTain Bob Nelson,
ace Tor The pasT Three seasons, and ably assisTed by Carlie Wilson, Claude
Beebe, and Bill Lane, pasT leTTer winners, and Those newcomers, Billy OesTerreich
and John Bell, The Team is ouT To bring home The proverbial "bacon."
The TirsT maTch oT The heavy schedule To be Taced This year was played on The
Auer Avenue CourTs wiTh The NorTh Division NeTTers. This The M. U. S. boys won
hands down, 5-O. Nelson, Wilson and Beebe played one, Two and Three, respecTively
Tor The singles, and Then Nelson wiTh Wilson and OesTerreich wiTh Lane Teamed Tor
The doubles. Wilson's and Nelson's heighT gave Them a considerable advanTage
ThroughouT The enTire maTch.
MaTches wiTh The long Time rivals CounTry Day and Wayland and The newly
acquired maTches wiTh ST. John's MiliTary Academy aT DelaTielcl, and Lake ForesT
Academy, and wiTh The ciTy conTerence rival, EasT, consTiTuTe The remaining meeTs
on The schedule.
Tuesday, Apr. Auer Ave. CourTs Norlrh
Wednesday, May l-lere Lake Geneva
SaTurday, May There Wayland
Tuesday, May l-lere Ngrfh
Thursday, May Here Eagf
Monday, May l-lere CounTry Day
Wednesday, May There ST. John's MiliTary Academy
SaTurclay, May l-lere NorThwesTern MiliTary Academy
SaTurday, May There Lake ForesT Academy
Monday, May There EasT
Thursday, May l-lere ST. John's MiliTary Academy
Junior l-ligh Athletics
UNIOR T-ilGl-T aThleTes responded readily when Coach George Broclc issued his
call Tor TooTball and baslceTball men. The TooTball Team was greaTly sTrengTh-
ened by The newcomers, Don Johnson, Bob Clark, Bob Kremers, and Lloyd
Van AnTwerpen, along wiTh The appearance oT The Three elemenTary sTars, AugusT
BergenThai, George Adams, and Ralph Sivyer. The schedule included games wiTh
WhiTeTish Bay and CounTry Day School.
The reTurning leTTermen and oTher recruiTs made up The baslceTball Team ThaT
came ouT wiTh a Tairly successTul season. Led by CapTain Doug GuTenlcunsT, and
assisTed by The able Torwards, ScheTTer and Rheineclc, and The guards, Greenebaum
and Johnson, They Taced The diTTiculT schedule oT games wirh WhiTeTish Bay, CounTry
Day, Normal, and I-lawThorne.
While The seasons were noT as successTul as They rnighT have been, all The boys
Teel ThaT Their Time was well spenT and richly rewarded by The experience gained.
NexT year many oT These boys will enTer varsiTy compeTiTion, and much can be ex-
pecTed oT Them.
NDER The exc:ellenT guidance OT Miss Erickson, The aThleTic direcTor, The girls
have enjoyed an unusually acTive aThleTic program This year. AuTumnal acTivi-
Ties sTarTed wiTh cage ball, a popular sporT which was inTroduced This year.
Volleyball immediaTely Tollowed. The WhiTe and Blue Teams, capTained by Billie
l-lallsTrom and PaT Powers respedively, had Two games wiTh The moThers' volleyball
Team. The moThers proved To be superior in boTh c:onTesTs and were hailed vicTorious.
During The baslceTball season, The inTramural games provided close compeTi-
Tion. The senior girls Tinally edged ouT The juniors by a Tew poinTs To become The
winners oT This year's inTramural conTesT.
A ping-pong TournamenT was also included in The year's program. In The Tinals
PaTsy BornsTein deTeaTed Peggy KooTz To become The champion "ping-ponger."
Following up The excellenT aquaTic insTrucTion, a swimming meeT in which all six Torms
compeTed was held. Form Three lead wiTh The highesT number oT poinTs, while Form
Five was a close runner-up. Mavis Wanvig and Sylvia Lecher sTarred as divers,
Answering The Spring urge To be ouT-oT-doors, The girls Took up baseball. The
Blue and WhiTe Teams engaged in several lively games in which The Blue Team was
The aThleTic program Tor The year was broughT To a close wiTh The Tennis Tourna-
All The girls are looking Torward To anoTher equally acTive year Tor which Miss
Erickson has already made elaboraTe plans.
Junior High Girls! Athletics
HE JUNIQR HIGH Girls' gym program embraces a large span oT acTiviTies due
To The Tour hours oT gym and Two hours oT swimming oTTered each weelc.
In The Tall, gym class cage ball was The mosT imporTanT acTiviTy. This neces-
siTaTed good Teamwork and always caused much exciTemenT among The enThusiasTic
girls. Bango, hiT pin-baseball, baseball, volley-ball were The oTher sporTs in which
The girls parTicipaTed during The year. Besides The various Team games played, There
were also individual sTunTs perTormed, wiTh a charT To record The progress oT each
girl. During The course oT The year relays, apparaTus, and marching Techniques were
also pracTiced. The Junior High girls helped wiTh The mass pyramid, drill in The
annual gymnasTic demonsTraTion.
During The swimming period, The girls received Their regular insTrucTion wiTh
special emphasis placed on sTrolces, diving and sTunTs.
A baseball game was held wiTh boTh boys and girls beTween Torms one and
Two. Form one was The vicTor, buT The proud spiriT OT The losers prompTed Them To
challenge The winners, and anoTher game was scheduled.
So end The year's aThleTics Tor The Junior High girls wiTh everyone looking Tor-
ward To nexT year's aThleTics which promise To be much Tun.
Senior HUM Club
Gauger, Wiener, Bell, Wilson
Usinger, Kunzelmann, Frey, Carlson, Nelson, Thompson
T. Duncan, Werwaflm, Manegold
Oesferreicn, O. Adams, Zinser, Lane, Klode, Kasfen,
Wagner, Beebe, Wilsey, J. Duncan
Junior HUM Club
Greenebaum, Jonnsfon, lsgrig, Orlrn
Olson, Clark, Gulenlcunsl, Henderson,
Weslerman, Reed, G. Adams
I-IIS YEAR Coach SuTherd and lvliss Erickson
sponsored one oT The largesT inTra-mural pro-
grams ever held aT lvl. U. S. The whole high
school was divided inTo Two divisions, The upper
Three Torms consTiTuTing one division while The
lower Three Tormed The oTher parT. BoTh boys and
girls parTicipaTed in Their separaTe classes in The
sporT which aT ThaT Time prevailed. Coach SuTh-
erd and Miss Ericlcson worked ouT a deTailed poinT
sysTem Tor The diTTerenT sporTs. The winners re-
ceived 50 poinTs Tor Their eTTorTs, second was
granTed 40, and Third goT 30. IT The evenT was
noT as imporTanT as some oT The oTher aThleTics
were, The winners would receive only 40 poinTs,
second and Third goT 30, and 20 poinTs respec-
This year The race Tor The James Boyd Wilsey
lnTra-mural Trophy, which is awarded To The class
aTTaining The highesT number oT poinTs, has been
exceedingly close. AT no Time were The upper
Two Torms, six and Tive, separaTed by more Than
TwenTy poinTs. To daTe when This arTicle was senT
To press Form Six was leading The race wiTh 440
poinTs. The TiTTh Torm was close by wiTh 430 and
The sophomores Trailed wiTh only 390. ln The
lower division The Third Torm led wiTh a good
margin over The second wiTh 400 poinTs To 300.
The sevenTh grade came nexT wiTh 230 poinTs.
This year's compleTe program presenTed many
new evenTs. Boys' and girls' riTlery was added,
as was a new game TournamenT Tor The boys. The
class whose boys made The highesT number oT
goals per minuTe was given recogniTion Tor Their
excellence. There was also a Tree Throw conTesT.
NexT year The menTors have plans Tor an even
more compleTe and deTailed program.
Cruelty oT the l:aculty
T LAST we have exposed The TaculTy For years
The school has been sending ouT lrTeraTure
boasTing oT The co-operaTron and Trrendshrps
exisTing beTween The sTudenTs and The TaculTy This
"Triendship" is buT a Thin veneer IT rs Time ThaT we
know how Things really sTandl
When There are visiTors in school :T rs all lvly
Pal," "My Fran'," and "Ol' Palsy Wa sy BuT o
ohl Do Things change when The vrsrTors go' Then
one hears 'GeT ouT oT here, Ill wrrng o
neck," "Do ya wanna breaThe Through a broken nose
huh?", and "Oh, so you're a wrse guy huh well you II
do whaT I Tell ya To do, or l'll break every bone rn
your body, see." The poor lighTer sTudenT has noTh
ing To do buT obey, or undergo The mosT vrolenT
Some people were under The rmpressron ThaT such
violence expired wiTh The lngursrTron lrTTle did They
realize ThaT beTween The very walls oT This school
There exisTed TorTure and beaTings which would make
Those easy Spanish genTlemen look like prkers' Ten
minuTes spenT in Mr. Moore's English Class or Mr
STrow's lv1aTh Class would convince any skepTrcs ThaT
The lnquisiTion was a pansy-prckrng TesTrval com
pared wiTh The condiTions in our school
All year The Academy has been aTTempTrng To
expose The roTTen sysTem oT TaculTy domrnaTron buT
These Teachers are slippery cusTomers AT lasT how
ever, we have gaThered real evidence no mere
hearsay. The above picTures show accuraTely whaT
The True siTuaTion is. The craTTy TaculTy members
have Tinally been caughT wiTh The goods' Look aT
The bruised and baTTered sTudenTs begging Tor
mercy, suTTering unTold pain.
The TirsT picTure shows The cruel and hearTless
MaTh Teacher, smiling in Tiendish glee as he snaps
ouT OT Their sockeTs The arms OT poor sTudenT Kun-
zelmann. Fabian has had The rashness To complain
abouT his MaTh homework. Poor Fabian! He was
such a well-meaning Tellow, TOO-crippled now Tor
"Please, sir, don'T make me run The mile, The halT,
and The quarTer," begged Fred Usinger iusT beTore
The second picTure was Taken.
"Why you shirking, lazy, good-Tor-noThing,"
snarled Coach Brock. "Then Take This, you - -."
JusT as his TisT shoT ouT we snapped The picTure. In
anoTher insTanT, poor Fred lay in a crumbled heap
on The ground. 1
The Third picTure caughT Dean Moore venTing his
relenTless Tury on a liTTle deTenseless girl. The Dean
paid no aTTenTion To her hearT-rending cries Tor
mercy: he lenT a deaT ear To her piTeous gasps Tor
breaTh. Poor Mariorie SmiTh TorgoT To laugh aT
his sTory abouT The ScoTchman and The Irishman in
The row-boaT. BUT aTTer all, The Dean mighT have
been a liTTle more lenienT. Marjorie had heard him
Tell The same sTory ThirTeen Times ThaT morning . . .
LiTe was resTored To her TluTTering liTTle breasT only
by The aid OT The oxygen pump aT Columbia hospiTal.
This nexT picTure is one OT The mosT damnable OT
Them all. Here we have our physical insTrucTor
beaTing up The presidenT OT The STudenT Council.
JusT because he is a greaT big aThleTic he-man is
no reason ThaT Coach SuTherd can geT away wiTh
ThaT sTuTT. Fred Wagner reTused To Talk up a Tea
dansanTe which The coach wanTed The school To give
in order To send The TaculTy on a summer's cruise To
Samoa. One burns wiTh anger when one sees a
prince OT good Tellows like Fred receive such uniusT
This lasT picTure proves ThaT The ladies on The
TaculTy are iusT as hearTless as The men. However,
as They conTine Themselves To pulling sTudenTs' hair
and iabbing pins inTo The sTudenTs' bodies, iT was
harder To geT acTual picTures. In This lasT picTure
The German Teacher was caughT pulling TisTTuls OT
hair ouT OT poor Jean Dunphy's head! Fie, Tie,
My Triends, such condiTions should never exisT.
l.eT us clean house. STudenTs, parenTs, members OT
The Board OT DirecTors, arise againsT This bruTaliTyl
Throw OTT This yoke! LeT us rid This school OT cripple-
kickers, child-beaTers, and bullies. We wanT' a New
Deal-wiThouT The cards being sTacked. AT leasT
give us a TaculTy OT our own weighT.
-Fred Wagner, '34
The Calendar OT the year
SepT. I8-Back in harness.
SepT. I9-Jaeger sick OT school.
SepT. 25-F. Wagner is elecTed PresidenT OT Coun-
OcT. 6-Our TOoTball season Opens wiTh a bang.
WaTerTord, Og M. U. S., 55.
CCT. I7-We're all in our besT behavior, why?-
ParenTs meeT Teachers aT Annual Dinner.
OcT. IB-Our TOoTball Team adds anOTher scalp To
Their belTs by swamping N. W. College Prep.
OCT. 24-Our TooTball Team have Their Third sTraighT
OcT. 25-OOO-oo-O! Forms I and ll presenT Hal-
Nov. I-Qswald and Byron have all Their homework.
Nov. 4-Did The washwomen call a sTrike?-NO,
Wagner, Adams, and Wilson iusT wore black
Nov. 9-Mr. John Schaum presenTs piano reciTal.
Nov. IO-MOThers lick daughTers-iusT a volley ball
Nov. I8-We losT To Wayland, buT The girls' dance
drowned The boys' grieT.
Nov. 24+WlS-N goes OuT OT The red and inTo The
blue and whiTe.
Nov. 30-Thanksgiving. Frey mildly nauseaTed aTTer
doing away wiTh Three cows.
Dec. 5-Mr. Leker speaks on Molecules.
Dec. 6-Brace up! The TirsT Thousand words are The
hardesT. Today Mr. Moore assigned a Tive Thou-
sand word Thesis.
Dec. 8-Adams Takes oaTh OT The NaTional Honor
Dec. I5-VarsiTy wins TirsT baskeTball game, and The
swimming squad wins opener Trom Alumni.
Dec. I6-Prom!! Mike and Emily in "glory" Tor a
Dec. 2I-Byron in his glory, vacaTion.
Jan. IO-Thompson and Jaeger sTarT wearing Those
glorious conglomeraTiOns OT color known as neck-
Jan. I2-Our Mermen lose To Cudahy.
Jan. l5QByron's and Oswald's Ties geTTing worse.
Jan. I8-They are sTilI going sTrong.
Jan. 22-Seniors sTarT on dreaded spelling.
Jan. 28-KoTTnauer noses OuT Rix, by one word.
Jan. 29-Freshmen issue comes OuT in green.
Jan. 30-We meeT Our arch-enemy lexamsl.
Feb. I-Bell is saTisTied wiTh his helping Trom The
Feb. 6-Our swimming Team loses To NOrTh.
Feb. I6-"M. U. S. has iTs MinsTrel Show."
Feb. I7-SaTurday nighT, and Jim Wilsey has no
Feb. 20-KoTTnauer saves Zwicky Trom a Tull-dress
Feb. 23-Did The boys eaT?-AThleTic BanqueT.
March l-Marx drops chemisTry.
March 3-M. U. S. Cagers conquer COunTry Day.
March 9-Three one-acT plays, The ediTors saw one
play and were well saTisTied.
March I8-Fred Wagner goes To The hospiTal, The
shock OT being an uncle was TOO greaT.
March 22-GranT Gauger and Tom Duncan sTarT on
March 23-Our Theses are due.
March 24-VacaTion sTarTs.
April I2-Joan RoberTs seTs a new record Tor her-
selTg Today is The sevenTh consecuTive school day
ThaT she has been presenT.
April I3-Joan's record comes To a sudden sTop.
April 25-Peggy KOOTZ, Bill OesTerreich, PaTsy
BornsTein and Fred Wagner are elecTed TO Honor
April 26-Francis Wilson and Donna WesTon speak
TO us on The UniversiTy OT Wisconsin.
.April 28-M. U. S. runs close second To WhiTeTish
Bay in Track meeT.
May 3-Tennis Team deTeaTs NOrTh.
May 5-Track Team deTeaTs Pio Nono, and how-
May l I-Bob Bell elecTed To NaTional Honor
May I2-Our Track Team wenT To The MOosehearT
May I4-Seniors geT greaTer privileges.
May I8-A Track meeT wiTh Lake FOresT.
May 28-Oswald Jaeger passes spelling TesT.
June 4-Final examinaTions.
June 8-STill going.
Juner l+2-6:30 Tuesday nighT and Rix passes spelling
June I 3-Commencement
Who Told That lVlan l-le Could play Golf?
OMEBODY has kidded our worfhy principal info believing ThaT he can play golf.
Whafever his purpose was, ThaT pracfical ioker has succeeded nobly. The genTle-
man has The golf bug, and when I say "golf bug," I mean golf bug. l-le Talks
golf, sleeps golf, invesTs money in golf paraphernalia, pracfices behind The school and
prefends To "play golf" wifh seasoned golfers.
The golf bug bifes many people: however, The maiorify usually have The common
sense To pracfice in seclusion unTil They are reasonably well versed in The game. Then,
and only Then, do They appear in public. The picfure aT The Top of This page speaks
more eloguenfly Than words ever could. Nofice The sTance, which he assures us is
"The real McCoy." Nofe The corkscrew posifion he has worked himself info, and The
baseball grip. And This, he has The audacify To sTaTe, is The perfecfed golf posifion
as advocafed by Jones, Morrison, and l-lagen. If The phofographer had caughf This
golfer pracficing in The hidden seclusion of a dark corner, his sin mighf be forgivable.
BuT nol This picfure was snapped in Tull daylighf on The school foofball field, wifh
aT leasf Twenfy people wafching him. The wonder of iT all is Thaf l-lal Roach has noT
signed him up yeT for his nexT comedy.
Recenfly, Too, This devofee wenT down To Hof Springs, and while There was
foolhardy enough To engage a veferan player of many seasons in golf combaf. Being
a genTleman, The golfer in quesfion was kind enough To leT our worThy principal win
a few holes on The firsf nine-and Then hurriedly Took him info camp. ThaT same
day The principal Took The Train for home, a sadcler buT wiser man.
-Fred Wagner, '34
A Faculty Meeting
Mr. Spigener: "You all will excuse me Tor bringing This meeTing To order, MisTa
Brooks. WiIl's+ please desisT Trom conversaTion wi+h The honorable science Teacher.
BuT l Teel ThaT iT is iusT abouT Time ThaT we quiT discussing The lasT sTrange and
phenomenal case oT John Dillinger, desperado par excellenT and sTeel ourselves To
sTruggle Through The reporT OT The commiTTee on ways and means. This Time iT has
To do wiTh highways and you know wha+ ThaT means." lSubdued booing and razz-
berries Tollow The lasT pun.l
Mr. Spigener: "GuTTaw, guTTaw, I goTTa million oT 'em."
Mr. SuTherd: "I, as chairman oT This here commiTTee, Teel, Tellow educaTors,
ThaT Things are in a deplorable condiTion. Even as The ebb Tide leaves The beaches
oT The mighTy oceans barren, so likewise To These doggone ouT-OT-Town aThleTic
conTesTs leave The halls oT our Tair insTiTuTion bare OT The masculine populaTion. Why,
ThaT Team we senT To The MoosehearT Relays never even goT There, say noThing oT
Tinding iTs way home again. WhaT's more, The ScouT MasTer can'T even disTinguish
EasT Trom WesT, and whaT's more, he ..... "
Mr. Parks: "I obiecT."
Mr. SuTherd: "Oh, all righT, Frank, bu+ geTTing back To These aThleTics, I propose
we recall as many squad cars lTennis, Track, l:ooTball, BaskeTballl as possible so ThaT
we can have a Tew basses in assembly nexT Tuesday To sing "RheumaTism." WhaT
do you Think oT ThaT idear, genTlemen?"
Mr. Spigener: "lT's The nuTs."
Mr. Leker: "EleganT."
Mr. Brock: "Swell"
Mr. Spigener: "No voTe needed, discussion laTer. Bill passed."
Mr. Brooks lwaking upl: "Two spades."
Voice Trom The rear oT The room: "l.eT's Try and balance The budgeT."
Mr. Moore: "FiddlesTicks. We've been working all year and sTill The pesky Thing
won'T move. l Tell you, we can'T budgeT."
Mr. Leker: "WhaT we oughT To do is invesTigaTe The language deparTmenT."
Toser, Brock, Dine, Urban lin unisonl: "We obiecT."
Mr. Leker: "All righT."
Mr. RinTlemann and Mr. STrow: "NerTs."
All lin chorusl: "LeT's invesTigaTe The direcTor,"
Mr. Spigener: "I-lave I goT To adiourn This meeTing?"
Mr. Spigener: "Swan home wiT daT noise, whose direcTor oT This dump any-
All lconTriTelyl: "You're direcTor, Mr. Spigenerf'
Mr. Spigener: "ThaT's righT. I was iusT wondering, Miss Toserf'
Miss Toser: "The subscripTion To The Ladies' I-lome Journal ran ouT The oTher
day. WhaT ever am l To do?"
Mr. Parks lin a disgusTed voicel: "Aw, who reads ThaT Thing anyway?"
Miss Urban: "I dol IT has The nicesT serial sTories, and The duckiesT ideas on
puppeT shows. By The way, whaT do you Tellows Think oT The puppeT show I puT on?"
Mr. Brooks: "Fair To middlin'."
Miss Urban: "Oh, yeah?"
Mr. Moore: "LeT's go shooT baskeTs, I-larold."
Mr. Spigener: "Please, please, or I'll swoon.'
All: "O, K., we'll be good."
Mr. Parks: "Say, Emil, ThaT sure was an amusing accidenT you had."
Mr. RinTlemann lcynicallyl: "Yeah, wasn'T iT Though? l'd ThoughT l'd spliT."
Mr. SuTherd: "Hey, how abouT my idea?"
Mr. Leker: "You did have an idea, didn'T you?"
Mr. Brock: "Fuzzy wanTs To know abouT his idea."
All: "IT he had an idea leT's use iT. lT's darn near six bells."
DirecTor: "Carried, LeT iT be recorded in The minuTes. MeeTing adiournedf'
NexT morning on The bulleTin board:
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2101 N. PROSPECT AVE. - PHONE LAKESIDE 4877
FOR ALL OCCASIONS
SARAH COYLE, Inc.
775 N. jefferson St.
Myrtie Robertson, Inc.
775 N. Jefferson St.
E. F. BRETZ 81 COMPANY
722 N. Milwaukee St.
Garments for the College Girl
and Her Mother
761 N. jefferson St.
2103 N. Prospect Ave. La. 0974
3126 N. Downer Ave.
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925 E. Ogden Ave. Marq. 74575
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433 W. Clybourn Street
Lorine Beauty Shop
Professional Beauty Service
2105 N. Prospect Ave.
Phone Lakeside 2090
Dresses for All Occasions
2109 N. Prospect Avenue
Whitefish Bay Pharmacy
Silver Spring and Lake Drive
Phone Edgewood 7680
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American Rug Cleaning
Green Bay-Silver Spring Drive
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Good Food At Reasonable Prices In A Homelike Atmosphere
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1030 N. Third Street
Phone Marquette 3391
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426 E. Mason St.
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3116 N. Downer Ave.
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Washed Clothes Are Cleaner, Last
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