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ADMINIS Two W. R. DAVIES PresidentTRATION WM. I). MclNTYRK Stair Hoard of Normal School Regent A. J. FOX Dean of Instruction: Registrar K. R. MePHEE Him tor of Teacher Training ami Placement W. L. ZORN Dean of Men; Director of Athletics LAURA E. SUTHERLAND Dean of Women ThreeLIBRARIANS Feme Thompson, Ema Bmhbolz, Delia Anderson. Josephine Schneider. VETERANS' COUNSELING SERVICE Iva Holbrook Placement Secretary JV Beatrice Embertson Registrars Secretory Alice Matz School Stine Standing: Counselors Wilson E. Schwahn, Lester C. Gillx-rtson, Frank G. Gordon. Seated: Phvllys M. Under! erg. Sec’y.; Gordon R. Stien. Dim lor; Margaret K. ()'.Vialley, Hsvchometrist. Geraldine Witrg President's Secretary Mabel Chipmuii Financial Clerk FourFACULTY Standing: Frank L. Element, Government. History; Earl Kjer, Speech, Dramatics; H. W. Kolka, (Geography. Seated: Inez Sparks, Psychology; Elizabeth II. Ayer, French, English; Clara Mac Ward. Music. Funny Hunn, Rural Supervisor; Ruth Foster. Art: Ruth C. Johnson, English, Literature; Leonard Haas, History, Government. FiveFACULTY Standing; J. R. Wallin, Social Science; Clarence A. Brown. English; W. P. Clark, Physics; John S. Schneider, History, Social Science; T. A Barnhart, English, Seated: Ruth T. Woodworth. Journalism. Publications; Delia Anderson, English; Hilda Belle Oxby, German. R. C. JUDD Science, Mathematics Flovd Krause. Mathematics; Vine Miller. History. John Menard, Mathematics; Frances Baker, Primary Supervisor.FACULTY SlinuUnfi: Charles llomlxick, Sociology. Director of Rural Education; R. A. Gantnrr, Music; Louis E. Slock. Rural Education. Sealed: Grace Walsh. Speech, English; George L. Simpson, Physiography. Geology; Lylu Flagler, Science, Home Economics. Clifford Fagan, Physical Education; Vera Fagan, Physical Education: W. L. Zorn, Director of Athletics.SENIORS Bernice Amacher. Medford, B.S. Elementary Elizabeth S. Anderson, Romainc I). Anderson, Strum, Eleva, B.S. Elementary B.S. Secondary Janet Barber, Chetek, B.S. Secondary Harold M. Brandt, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary JoanneC. Cronk, Eau Claire, B.S. Elementary Arleen Erickson, Osseo, B.S. Secondary lone M. Cardow. Eau Claire. B.S. Elementary Phyllis M. Gourd mix, I ioicombe, B.S. Secondary Evelyn F, Hfnce, Pepin, B.S. Secondary (Jordon I . Jameson, Adams, B.S. Secondary A. Vernon Jensen, Bice Lake. B.S. Elementary Ann M. Lowry, Augusta, B.S. Secondary Grace A. Lund, Stanley. B.S. Elementary Eli .al»eth A. Millircn. Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary Lois M. Peterson, Lucille V. Peterson. Raymond O. Bask. Arthur W. Rindlishachcr. Jeanette B. Roth. Eau Claire. Almena. Altoona, Rice Lake, Qidott, B.S. Elementary B.S. Secondary B.S. Secondary B.S. Elementary B.S. SecondarySENIORS Lucille I). ScllllXSMT, Durand, B.S. Seconder)' Angeline Sncdic, Willard. B.S. Secondary Ceorgiana Solaria, Cornell, li.S. Secondary Alpha Mispucth, Cndott, S-Yoar Elementary Holrert C. Trim Ira, Chippewa Falls. B.S. Secondary Donald Tmcblood, Solvcig A. Waog, Chippewa Falls. Altoona. B.S. Secondary B.S. Elementary Irene WlDette. EttU Claire, B.S. Elementary John M. Zeug, Elmwood, B.S. Secondary Chius L. Weber, ham (.'lane. B.S. Elementary John D. Allen. Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary Vivian L. Holman, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary Helen L. Bischel. Downing. B.S. Secondary Alvina Instefjonl, Ossoo, B.S. Secondary Frank W. Brown, Fort Atkinson, B.S. Elementary Certnide B. kellmau. Madison, B.S. Secondary Tmcv Cummings, Kenosha, B.S. Secondary Esther E. KLiv, Withee. B.S. Elementary laris F. Dewit . Osseo, B.S. Elementary Pauline L. Knutson, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary A. Louise Celirke, Menomonie, B.S. Elementary Wayne Kopp, Sparta. B.S. Elementary Bay lleidemnn, lam Claire, B.S. Secondary laris M. Lancctte, Cadott. B.S. Secondary Elaine D. Hennekens, Holcombe. B.S. Elementary Tedmar Longseth, Independence, B.S. Elementurv Thomas P. Merrill. Owen, Holrert F. Smith. Mondavi, B.S. Secondary B.S. Secondary Henry A. MichcLs. Eau Claire, Jonathan Tea ley, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary B.S. Secondary Sylvia Mickelson. Osseo, William D. Thompson, Eau Claire. B.S. Secondary B.S. Elementary Clayton Nl. Peterson, Eau Claire, 1 lurry Thompto. New Auburn, B.S. Elementary B.S. Secondary Nlalrel 1. Preston. Eau Claire. Claire Thornton. Milwaukee, B.S. Elementary Marshall Quigg, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary Maridcau 1. Vick. larval. B.S. Elementary John Ravey, Curtis. B.S. Elementary Robert B. Weizenegger, Eau Claire, B.S. Secondary Anita Schoengartli, Gran tun, B.S. Elementary Dora Jewett Zastrow. Chippewa Falls. B.S. Elementary NineRURAL Frances Christopherson. Lorraine Fleming. Betty Kenyon. Burkhardt, Northfield, Greenwood. Rural Certificate Rural Certificate Rural Certificate Allene Newman, Cameron, Rural Certificate Beverly Popple. Chippewa rolls. Rural Certificate Anna Tmnin, Shirley Turnm. Helen Whitmore. Foil Creek, Fall Creek. Dallas. Rural Certificate Rural Certificate Rural Certificate Julia Duunigun. Menillun. Rural Certificate Lilliun Sankey Fanier. Colfax. Rural Certificate RURAL STUDENTS NOT PICTURED Kunicc Knitter, Fall Creek. Rural Certificate Waldron Rrhm, Bloomer. Rural Certificate Louise Rosslx-rg. Cumberland. Rural Certificate Dorothy Rykal, C.ulot t. Rural Certificate Thelma Huuge Stubrud. Black River Falls, Rural Certificate Helen Weiher, Bloomer, Rural Certificate Cecelia B. Jackson. Cadott. Rural Certificate TenJUNIORS Bottom Hoic: Alice Berkeley, Marion Fletcher, Dorothy Davies, Evelyn Sorenson, Mildred Kruuse, Jean Peterson. Thelma Mattison, lone Dankmeycr. Ardis Berg. Back Bote: Norman Baehr, Bill Miller. Richard Conklin. eil Wooaington, Bill Bahini'ton, Ward Stoddard, Lloyd Toutant, Merle Culliekson. Back Row: Cliff Henry. William Miller. Richard Conklin. June Lcotil crgcr, lone Dankmcyer. Marion Fletcher. Betty L. Black, Neil Woodington, Gerald Jackson. Ward Stoddard. Front Bow: Mary E. Durst, Alpha Spaeth, Marjory Riunsev. Thelma Mattison, Jeanne MePliee, Virginia Mae Oldenburg, Alice Berkeley. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President.........................................................Bill Babincton Vice-President....................................................Norman Bakiir Secretary-Treasurer...............................................Jean Peterson ElevenSOPHOMORES Back Row: Holland Sehlicvc. Harold Buhner, Thomas C. Mein doc. John Kuznacic. (diaries F. Spunel. John H. Duxhury, Kalph Dehcvcc, Waldron Rehm. Carl Gcrlx-r. Front Row: Lorraine E. Firming. Betty Joan 11 illikt-r. Peggy Thellrr. Bill A. Anderson, Rutl.ir Bigncll, 1 lelrn Shrrlmtnc, Marilyn Kinney. Rack Row: Alice Lukas, Rose Maty Mamncs. Ann Tnintn. Frances Christoplier on. Helen Weikrr, Betty Kenyon, Mary Murray. Bernier Whalen. Front Row: Ruth Donnelly, Dolores Fischer, (irate Miller. Kay Marie Schumacher, Bow-rh Popple, Dorothy Ryltal. Helen Whitmore. TwelveSOPHOMORES Hack Haul: Dunne Parks, Bernard May. Gerald Larson. Laurence Hagen. Glen Smith, Francis Scheffer, Knlwrt Inahnut, John Vnudreuil. Front How: Eunice Knitter, Jean Glenn. Marce Hilhneyer. Jacquelyn Moon. Hone Patterson, Allene Newinnn, Shirley Tiiniin. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President..........................................Merle Gu llickson, Eau Claire Vice-President......................................Earl Bates, Chippewa Falls Secretary..............................................Hutu Donnelly, Augusta Treasurer.........................................Pierre Hebert, Chippewa FallsFRESHMEN r»p Hou:: John Backs (rom, LeHoy Papke. John Foster, Allan Peierson, Wayne M. Fredenxon. Frank Cities. Leslie W. Satlier, Roy A. Suther. John Seldom Middle Row: (George J. Shaker, Jean Jacobson. Kleanor Galyas, Doris Tliorpe, Jean Baker, Irene Mesi e. Barhara Skamser. Gene Zaboroxvski. Rollout How: Betlv Froland, Phyllis Melrose, Doris Kier, Irene Sathcr, Ardyee Weidemann, Donna Howard, Beverly Chrlstopherson. fop Row: William B. Hurst, Bernard Banpiist, Invin E. Johnson. Waldo Lefotad, James O. Bergersou. James J. Benning. Middle How: George King, Paul Couture, Merrill Switzenherg, Teresa Ulwclling, Lvle Calvin Heck, John N. Strand. Rol ert Heck. Bottom How: Delores llazen. Ruth Hemmy, Charlotte Koehler. Barbara Bo berg. Ruby Hoyt, Phyllis L. Cerland. Ellen Strand.FRESHMEN Top Bow: Rcxl Larson, Robert Ruckus, Richard Moltou. Ronald Kruaten, Paul Bichanivh, Eugene Dressier, Richard Embertson. Elroy Gondit, Kenneth llagenson. Middle How: Gordon Wollum, Milton Blair, John Solmtta, ohn Hogeraon, Amrld Braun, Donahl Larson, Duane Larson, Roger Waller. Bottom Bow: Arvonc Turner, Corinne Biskey, Clara Larson, Erla Patten, Marguerite Hartman Esther Ansnuin, Donna Solbexg. Top ROU): Gerald Gobhard, Roderic DrVor, Raymond Anderson, Randall Genrich, Bob Leasnm. Wavne Severson. Roger Miller. Dale Rasmussen. Berdell RocIht. Middle Row: Harriet Jacobson, Irene Putz, Bonnie Pllleger, Vivian Cancstorp, Arlene ( uevillon, Beverly Austin, Bunny Jacobson. Betty Bigler, Ruth Shilling. Bottom Row: Marjorie Gibson. Delores Oleson, Beverly Cut forth, Yvonne Vincent, Ellen Sehaal. Mary Beaudoin, Mary Ballinger. FifteenFRESHMEN Top Row: Jolm Schott©, Allen Lindgren, Roger Melville, Dan McDonald. James Seitz, Marvin Fobcs, John Hirvcla, Eugene Vader. Middle Rote: Wallace Brazeau, Henry Poppe, Clarence Itnislund, Harold Newton. W illiam Grant, Thomas Sullivan, Mark Bushman. Rollout Row: Charlotte Buchanan, Joyce Embertson, Marilyn Strum, Esther Foss, Esther Ness, Janice 11 as kins, Pauline Lange. Top Rote: Link Walker. Cliff Washburn. E. Henderson, M. Winchester, Herbert Brandner, Glenn Roycraft, Jim Mcllquham, Jim Davidson. Middle Row: Galen McGinnis, Donald Gillette, Fred Regli. Robert Schneider. Rov Hanson, N. Kassera, W. Dinccn. Rollout Row: Elsie C'astad, Elaine Jahnkc, Carol Wiuget, Marie Anderson, Juilis Sherman, Dorothy Gilbertson, Virginia Smith.FRESHMEN Top How: Forrest Berg. Verlin LaMay, Torn Gallagher. John laingc, Boyd Christopherson, Bob DeBoiivillc, Jerry Rost. Edwin Gibson. Middle How: Byron Jevne, Dole Schmidt. Richard Klehe. Harold Isaacs, Norman Bryce, Jack Troupe. Paul Lanzor. Harold Davidson. Bottom How: Cama Peterson. Jo Ann W'ididc. Janie Webster, Jocelyn Burk. Ellen Ericson, Shirley Olson. Rene Brctag. Top How: David Wiltrout, Eugene Kaiser. Ken Brist, Harvey Humke, James Stollregen, Howard Dunlap. Keulien I.arson. Jack Witzig, Raymond Bovver. Middle How: George Hoffman. Cordon Pscheidt, Betty Lou Malwitz. Betty Lou Dnxbury, Jean Backus. Doris Anderson. Nelsine Hamlins. Barbara tabbing. Donna Jean Marsh, John Couture. Bottom How: Colleen Walker. Lois W. Larson, Sharon Sullivan. Elaine Kerin, Jean Ann Rath-bun. Ann Lewis, Frances Sharp, SeventeenFRESHMEN ' Row: Cent Parish, Hit-hard Beirut , Steve Wist . Richard McGregor. John Emerson, John Hayimm, Ncvin Jamison, John Sullisan, Hobert Johnson. SUddlt: Row: Dean Wiseman, Emma Kohls. Margaret Jraneman, Elaine Carlisle, Joan Sauls, Margaret Sheehan, Margaret Shlagenhaft, Winifred Taft, (.eraId Metili. Rollout Row: Phyllis Hagen, Audrey Ihinger, Doris Anderson, Katherine Jenncmnn, Marion Eid, Delores KromreV, Kathleen Wendlandt. Tojt Row: W. Brinkman. Robert Poppe, Wesley Haumami, Arlin Morley, Truimin Hiekathier. Fhomus Slv, John Pongratz. Bud Snroixler, Jerrx Ojx-ll Middle Row: Dan McDonald, Maxine Mattison, Gloria Hawkins. Anna Mae MtCaver, Anna-belle Paulson. Lois Mott. Nada Zastrow, Hnmona Kromrey, John Hirvela. Rollout Row: Rachel McKitrick. Ruth Barlier. Marjorie Rowley, Ruth Kromroy. Marion Peterson. Betty PepjnT, Gloria Pense. E ghtccnFRESHMEN Top Row: I . Roger Miller. Russell J. Wick. Robert Zemple, Curtis Cntin, William Stubmow. Irven llocsly, B. Paul. Middle Row: Roln-rt Frank, Terry P. Jacobson, Dale I,. Baldwin, Boh Olson. Thomas Brock-liauk. Allan llnlstnd. Bottom Row: Richard Mitchell. Barbara Barrett. Maxine Tlwunpson. Mary Jane Peterson. Jo Ann Couture, Betty O’Brien, Donald M. Caton. Top Row: Vernon C. Junkc. Andrew W. Tainter, Berton D. Sherman, J. Cary. Lincoln Olson. Bottom Row: Robert Urtulwes. Harold Kronenberg, Merrill Furr, Warren Cluinibcrlaiu, Ru M. IJunphy, I). K. Oil won. Robert Bredeson. President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . i-kESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS .............................George Woodincton ...............................Rodney McPiiee .............................Esther Ann Ausman ...............................Bahhaha BoukhgAcquisition of the former Dulaney home by the college last spring, made possible Memorial Hall, the first women’s dormitory at Eau Claire. Conveniently situated on the corner of Garfield and State, tfiis spacious home lent itself | erfcctly to adaptation as a dormitory. It had long been considered as ideal because of its beautiful interior and surroundings. The home was completely remodelled as a dormitory and a third floor added. Work was begun last spring but shortages of materials prevented occupancy until after the Christinas vacation. Although fifty-eight girls moved in at that time, the total occupancy is sixty-two. Matron for the dormitory is Mrs. Elizabeth Gutwasser, Chippewa Falls. Three senior counsellors, Janet Barber, chairman; Ann Lowry, Augusta, and Helen Bischel, Downing, were chosen by Miss Sutherland. Dean of Women, and Student Life Council to aid Mrs. Gutwasser by maintaining supervision over the second and third floors. Some of the rooms house two girls and others four. Freshmen girls are assigned to the large, beautiful rooms for four. Ample study facilities are provided and specific quiet hours observed. The large, well-equipped kitchen is used when residents stay over the weekends. They plan and prepare their meals cooperatively. At present the coeds eat all of their weekly meals at the college cafeteria. Next year it is expected that the evening meal will be served at the dormitory. Memorial Hall has now become a favorite gathering spot for club meetings and social affairs. Meetings can be scheduled on the main floor and in the basement recreation room, which is equipped with ping pong table and a piano. Formal opening of the dormitory to the public was held April 13 and 14. at which time friends of the community and students were shown through the entire building. TwentyMEMORIAL HALL COUNSELORS Ann Lowry. Augusta, Senior Counselor; [and Barber. Chctek, Chief Senior Counselor; Helen Uisohel, Downing. Senior Counselor, Mrs. Elizabeth Gutwosser, Chippewa Falls. Matron. Twenty-oneDRAMATICS Nine members of College Players ami Karl S. Kj«-r, director, were installed in the forty-second chapter of National Collegiate Players in a ceremony preceding a dinner at the YMCA Sunday, March 9. Members and installing officers are as follows: Standing, li ft to right: Kolx'rt Moulton, president of National Collegiate Players chapter at the University of Minnesota; Lois Lancctte, Alice Berkeley, Mildred Krause, Tom Hit inger, Bctlie Million, Sirs. V. P, ('lark, alumni mem-lx-r of the University of Minnesota chapter, James R. Carlson, llamline University; Seated, left to right: Hhod.t Zwickey. Karl S. Kjer. Amir Smiley, national vice-president of National Collegiate Players, Don Trucbloixl, Jeanne McPhec uml Joaue Crook. Hic.iiuc.irr of the season for Euu Claire State College Players was the installation of nine members and their director, Earl S. Kjer, into the honorary dramatic fraternity. National Collegiate Players, also known by its Greek name, Pi Epsilon Delta. Eau Claire State is the only teacher training institution in the nation to have a chapter. With College Player meinlx rs and others interested in dramatics assisting in the season ticket sale this fall, an audience of over BOO regulars was obtained and it was decided to present each major play three nights. Major productions of the year were “1 Remember Mama, taken from the book, "Mama s Bank Account" by Kathryn Forbes, “January Thaw," adapted by William Boos from the novel of the same name, and “Lady Windermere’s Fan" by Oscar Wilde, a nineteenth century English play which was revived on Broadway this season. College Players presented “January Thaw” at Central State Teachers college at Stevens Point in March under an exchange arrangement between the two colleges. During May the Central college players gave a Twenty-two performance of Noel Cowards "Ilav Fever" at Eau Claire State. “Bobino, the two-act children’s plav, which was presented last year for pupils of the Campus School, was revived this year and given for children of McDonnell School in Chippewa Falls and for children of Cadott in a one day road trip. Another trip taken by College Players, and others who helped sell season tickets, was the jaunt to Minneapolis to see a professional show. “State of the Union" by Lindsey and Crouse. College Players did not neglect the social side. Dinners were given at the Hotel Eau Claire in the fall and spring for College Player memlxars and a dinner for the cast of “Bobino’ was held at the Elk’s Club. Members of the cast for "January Thaw" left only the hone of the liain used in the play after a dinner prepared by the college cafeteria staff. College Players is interested in presenting a variety of giHxl shows that will not only lx enjoyable to audiences, but also a challenge to speech students. Under the leadership of Mr. Kjer the players hope for another successful season next year."I REMEMBER MAMA" Lois Larson, Winifred Taft. Harvey Huinke, Curtis Crain, Betty Bigler, Mildred Krause. Betty Bigler, Mildred Krause, Tom Ritzingcr, Ilenc Patterson, Marie Anderson. Mary Murray, Galen McGinnis. Twenty-three"JANUARY THAW" Joint Mills. Georgia Willette, Rex Ilomback, Joone Crook, Galen McGinnis, Tom Ritxingcr. Twenty-four Alice Berkeley, Virginia Oldenburg. Don Boettcher, John Mills, Georgia NVillctte.B ehind the Scenes LICHT5 ON HOLD STILL TOM "'mama' TAFT "katrin" KRAUSE Twenty-fiveDEBATE Front How: Janu s Seitz, Luis Larson, Htuiuey Nli'l’liee, Robert Skouge, Joan Hardy, Sam K ki. Robert Couture. Back How: Marion Fletcher. Robert Inalmit, Norman Bachr, Frank N. Brown, Richard 1 Caricton, Arthur NV. Riivdlishaehrr, Margie Childs, Miss Grace Walsh, Coacli. Directed by Miss Grace Walsh who has charge of .the intercollegiate speech activities, our squad has had an unusually successful and enjoyable year in a wide variety of activities. The speakers participated in six tournaments and played host to fifty-four school teams for whom they sponsored a tournament. First was the ‘Transition to Peace" conference at the University of Iowa on December (i and 7. Debaters Hob Skouge and Don Kauffman debating on the proposition that labor should be given a direct share in tin management of industry, lost only one debate. That record was duplicated by the universities of Kansas. Nebraska, Oklahoma, Iowa and Northwestern and a six-way tie for first place was awarded. Hob Mittel-stadt. Hob Couture and K xl McPhee represented us in discussions based on American relations with Russia. McPhee was cited for excellence in this event, while Couture placed third in the finals in after-dinner speaking against competition from 23 colleges and universities. Next came the high school debate tourney on January II. It was the third annual and the biggest one yet. Fifty-four teams representing 2S schools attended. On February 6 and 7, at the Annual Red River Valley tournament, debate squad president. Hob Skouge, won the championship title in extempore speaking, while Hob Couture took third in oratory. Our own third annual speech tournament was attended by 4 S teams in debate, 22 discussion speakers and 35 entered in individual events whieh included oratory, extempore and after-dinner speaking. The McPhee-Skouge debate team won four out of five debates; Donn Kauffman and Sam Koski were two of the five speakers placed on the all tournament discussion team; and Hob Skouge and Hob Couture won the championship in extempore sjx aking and oratory respectively. On March 22 six colleges attended the River Falls tournament. Lois Larson, Donn Kauffman and Hob Couture won place's on the all tournament team of six speakers. Kauffman and Couture were the high point team of the tournament, while Lois Larson and Joan Hardy tied with River Falls for second. The competitive season ended with the Freshman tournament at the University of Minnesota on April 11 and 12. Twelve colleges and universities attended. Our freshmen won five debates and McPhee climaxed the season by receiving the engraved gold medal given to the student who was judged the single best debater through the two days of competition. Twcnty-ji MUSIC BAND Alin Clarlneb. Dale Baldwin; Clarinet: Harold Bulmcr, Marguerite Hartman, Donn Mar Howard. Bernice Jacobson, Jem- Opel I. James Stoffregen, l.oroy Stnrsa; Truot Sax: I .vie Hock; Alio Sax: John Pongratz, Rachel McKitrick; Baritone Sax: Box llomhack; Trombone: Mary Ballinger, Boyd Christopher, Art Elliot, Helen Weilier. Jay Whitnev; Tmmttcl: Howard Dunlap, Fred Whitney; French Horn: Charlotte Kindlier. Alice Lukuv. Ffutr: Esther Aii.xinau. Willard Brill, Phyllis Courdoux; Baritone: Betty Frolund; Bass: Roliert lleck, Tlionnis Sly; Cornel: Jerry Meudi; Bass Drum anil Bi lls: Doris Thorpe; Snare Drum and Tympani: Yvonne Vincent; String Bass: Marion Peterson; Oboe: Arvonne Turner. ENSEMBLE Twenty-sevenTHE CHOIR Soprano: Alice Lukas. Elaiiu Carlisle, Jacobson, Thcrrsa UI welling, Doris Anderson, Belly Bigler, Virginia Oldenburg. Alvina Instefjonl. Joan Vollendorf, Until B.iiImt, Dorothy Davies, Joan Couture, Carol McGinnis, Kay Davies. Vivian Holnian, Alpha Spaeth, Joanne Crunk. Evelyn Sorenson, Portia Anderson, Joyce Enibertson, Lois l-uieette. Tenor: Rolrert I lock, Allen Peterson, Bielmrd Morley, Charles Bongstad. LcRoy StuiNu. Handall Genrieh, John Vuudretiil. Holwrt Join , Robert Emcnian, Truman lliekethier. Gaylord Mo-Ginnis, Jerry Opclt, Clarence Imishind. Alto: Solveig Waag, Barbara Dreher, Jean Jasper, Danmene Weidinan, Eleanor Peterson, Jean Backus, Ellen Scluuil, Jean Baker. Doris Thorpe. Sharon Sullivan. Alice Borkrlcy, Beth Milliren. Mildred Krause, Jeanne McPhee. Mary Murray, Betty Jane llillicker, Marilyn Kinney, Mary Jane Peterson. Haxi: Jay Whitney. Donald Boettclier. Gordon Wolluiii, Richard Mitchell, Robert McDermi i. I a1 Roy Papke. Dick Klein . I ick Embertson. Alln-rt Bowman, Berdel Boela-r, Tom Rilzinger, Francis Schellcr, Ralph Debevec, Dennis Riley. John Ravlnmi, Holx-rt Leasnm. Arthur Rindlishacher. Lvle Hock, Holier! White. An A Cappela Choir was organized this year after having Girls' Glee Chibs for three years due to the lack of male voices on the campus. The choir meets two periods each week and has been working on selections for programs for the school year 1947-194S. This program will consist of concerts at home and on tour. Tentative plans are now lreing made for next year's program. New music and new risers have !x cn added to the vocal music department this year. New choir vestments have Ih ii ordered and it is hojx d that these robes will lx? ready for the first fall concert. The choir personnel consists of 45 voices and is directed by Miss Clara Mae Ward. 'Hie choir appeared at the Christmas convocation at the College, at the Woman’s Club, and at Bacclaureate this year. A small mimlxT of singers appeared at Holy Week services for the Woman's Club. The Men of Note, a male quartet, was organized and made several appearances during the year. This ensemble group was made up of Robert Gunn. Leslie Gilbertson, Arthur Rindlishacher, and Lyle Iieck. Officers of the A Cappclla Choir are: Tom Ritzinger. president; Jay Whitney, vice-president; Evelyn Sorenson, secretary; Mary Murray, treasurer.IVFC Mepatts Attend Conference TVa «f u. •j-u, V«v rtr.aiia fal ,,l» ■» »■« » •• Ito1 saeir«ari ■" MJ Hrl.K. 41 , » I'tfnMto « TanM«l, "•( W ►'Mil TV » r«. «w s »-v,. PUlBBACdPTID 8» numm . !! ! ! • Kbucatiohs Ue Epactatosi PRES. DAVIES OUTLINES SCHOOL EXPANSION im i mtu mouths « miKM Top How: John Rayburn. Dean Wigginton, John Rask, Neil W oodington, Neil Gallagher. Middle How: Robert Couture, Sans K«»ke, Alice Berkeley. Clancy Imislund, Don Carpnitcf. Bottom How: Ruth Donnelly. EHzal eth Stuck. Ruth Woodworth, Advisor; Faith Oemig. Grace Weieold Not in Picture: Tom Mark os. Leonard Gcaran. Twenty-nineTHE GIRLS' PROM The Grand March Thirty Jitterbugs The King and Queen Mutt and JeffSTUDENT LIFE COUNCIL Top How: Holland Schlicvc, Torn Sly. Arthur Hindlisbacher. Alice Berkeley. Joane Cronk, Ann Lowry, Rachel McKitrick, George NVoodington, Hensel Hendrick -son, Dick Mi Icy. Bottom How: Irene Willette, Mary Murray, Kathryn Mower, Jacquelyn Moen, Barbara Skamser, Margie Childs. Thelma Mattison. rjlHE Student Life Council is composed of students elected annually bv a p|ar, ■ - providing for a representation of the five college departments and of the fonr classes of the college. Its purpose is to serve as a unifying organization of the college and to gjVe opportunity for cooperation among students, their organizations and their faculty in the study of the needs of the college. This year the officers of the organization are Neil VVoodington, chairman; Jacquelyn Moon, co-chairman; Vivian Holman, secretary, and Tom Slv, treasurer. In addition to its regular functions, the Council planned the homecoming celebration, managed several dances and served as hosts to visiting students during speech tournaments on the campus.INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Rock Row: Hud Shroeder, Norman F. Barlir, Fredrick L. Brown, Nell Woodington, Willard Brill, K. I). Herrick. Richard Embertson, II. P. Hebert. John Vaudreuil. Mitldlc Row: Jean Jacobson. Faith Oetnig, Grace Lund, Elizabeth Anderson. Gwen Tucker, Julien Lilies old. John II. Cary, Bernard Miller. Don Mathison. Front Rou : Jeanette Both. Hhode Mae Zwiekey. Alice Thurston, Marguerite Hartman, Lorraine E. Fleming, Ellen Strand, Ruth Kromroy. Rack Row: II. W. Sorenson. Eugene Sutler, Km Hanson. John Emanuel. Lawrence Hanson. Thomas Mclndoe. Middle Row: John Kaufman. Charles Spanrl. John R. Duxbury, Ralph Debever, Laurence Hagen. R. D. Carleton. Roln-rt E. Inalmit. Front Row: Ruby Hoyt, E. Sorenson. Dr. Schneider. Dr. Wallin. Earl Bates. Mary Jane Peterson. Ruth Schilling.LETTER CLUB Bark Row: Dennis llelixnn, Ronald Braaton, Lionel Strand, Neil Woodington, Robert Field, Rod Larson, Lloyd Toutant, Front Row: Edward Coojkt, Cy Berg, Ray Heideman, Bill Zorn, Bill Bahington. Bob Davies. Sam Young. Rack Rote: Galen McGinnis, Tom Reidinger, George King. Jolin Dux bury, Tom Lehman, Kenneth Hansen, Merle' Gullickson, John Zeug. Dick Miley. Front Row: Link Walker, Raymond Yates, Edward Johnson, Cliff Fagan, Bob King, Cliff Washburn, John Couture.LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Top Rote: Truman I lickethicr. Tom Sly, Cordon Wollum, Bernard May, Richard Embertson. Forrest Berg, Don Snenon, Middle Row: Fiances Christopherson, lone Cartlow, lour Daukemcyer, Harriet Schroeder, Harriet Jacobfon, Marion Fletcher, Alpha Spaeth. Alice Thurston, Solveig Waag. Bottom Row: Annahelle Paulson, Eleanor Galyas, Ruth Kromroy, Ellen Strand, Shirley Ann Tunun. Irene Sather, Ruth Schilling. Top Row: Ardvce Wridemann, Eli aln-th Anderson, Carol NVinget, Kathleen Weiidlandt, Esther Ness, Ruby Hoyt. Ruth Bigncll. Middle Row: Elaine Jahnke, Corinne Biskey, Gloria Pcuse, Ramona Kromroy, Arlene Quevillon, Doris Anderson. Phvlfis Hagen. Mildred Krause. Doris Thorpe. Bottom Row: Emma Kohls, Betty Ann Froland. Rhoda Mae Zwickev. Anna Tunun, Helen Wei her. Doris Kiev, Betty L. Black.LUTHERAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION Top Row: Clara Mae Larson. Delores ' -ink. Wallace Brazcau, Clarence Iuiislund. Wayne M. Frcderixon, Leslie W. Saltier. Hoy Sather, Jean Jacobson. Bottom'Row: Maxine Mattison. Arvonne Turner, Margie Childs. Leona Mcdin. Alice Lukas, Phyllis Melrose. Donna Sol berg. INTERVARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Top Rows Harold Buhner, P. Boger Miller. Jean M. Schlieve, Holland Schlieve. Middle Row: Doris Anderson. Arlene Qucvillon. Mar)- Ballinger. Ruth Schilling, Beverly Austin. Beverly Brown. Rot tom Row: Grace Lund. Ruth Donnelly. Elizabeth Anderson. Beatrice Enilrert-$0n, Arvonne Turner, Erla Jean Patten. Marjorie Ramsey.ftlHtCTIt- MEN’S OORCV tcn«o (our’ ATRUru r»o.o President n»PPc n Y.y j{ [{N «M£Et MCA.’ Eau O.AIHK State Teachehs College is in the process of preparing for a bright new future. The administration, the faculty, the housing and training facilities of the college have lx en taxed to the utmost in trying to meet the growing demand by Wisconsin’s citizens for more and higher education. r evo noeJjjj The enrollment has increased to the present overcapacity peak of eight hundred while more than one hundred applicants were turned away last September. Predictions for many years to come all point to a continuing upward trend. Shortages of teachers, of funds, space and materials, have not lessened the determination of the college staff to train as many as possible for the vital task of guiding and preparing the youth of America to meet adequately the challenging world of tomorrow. To this end. all of their efforts have been focused. This year, an area comprising twenty-one acres of land to the south of the present campus has been added to the college property. This section extends the present college campus in its entire east-west length beyond Putnam Park to Highway 12. The eastern boundary of the newly acquired area measures some -J(M) feet; the southern, 12(H) feet, and the western also about 12(H) feet. As a result « f an arrangement with the heirs to the Putnam estate, the strip of Putnam Drive that comes Within the new area, may be included in the landscaping plan for the entire college, w ith the proper paths connecting the new addition and the present college buildings. A field house, a new athletic field and a men’s dormitory will lx- constructed abov e the bluff overlooking the Chippewa River. It is, indeed, a new era of expansion for Eau Claire State!Y. W. C. A. Top Rote: Audrey Ihinger, Phyllis Hagen. Huby Hoyt, Esther Ness, Hutl» Hem-my. Donna Jean Marsh, Barbara Barrett, llcne Patterson. Middle Row: Arvone Turner, Teresa Uhvelling. Carol Winget, Ellen Strand. Jacquelyn Moon. Marguerite Hartman, Joan Sauls. Joan Hardy. Bottom Row: Peggy Sheehan, Beverly Christopherson. Doris Thorpe, Doris Anderson, Lois Larson. Eleanor Catyas. Jean Jacobson. Top Row: Ruth Donnelly, Barbara Boln-rg. NcLsinc Hanshus, Betty Lou Malwitz, Betty Lou Duxbury, Lois Rasmussen. Helen Clark. Corinne Biskey, Kathleen Wendlandt. Bottom Row: Donna Howard, Beverly Ness. Betty O’Brien. Miss Miller, Jean Ann Rathbun, Betty Bigler, Frances Christopherson. Thirty-eif ht Y. W. C. A. Tup How: Man,’ Jam Mason, Alice Berkeley, Phyllis Melrose, Donna Solberg, Janet Barber. Betty Fro land. Middle How: Evelvn Sorenson Jeanne McPhee, Ellen Erickson, Margaret Schlagcnhoft, Barbara Skainser. Huth Schilling, Betty Jean llilliker, Peggy Thoiler. Bottom How: Joyce (Norton, Margaret Hobbs. Marce Billmeyer. Ardvcc Wcide-mann, Delores ilu en, Alpha Spaeth, Ellen Schaal. ROGER WILLIAMS CLUB Top How: Paul Giles. Holland Schlievc, Jean Schlieve. Bottom How: Boverh Broun, Grace Miller. Marilyn Kinney. Mrs. Iva Holbrook. Thirty-nineFortyI CROWNE.O THREE A KINO roval Forty-oneCOLLEGE PLAYERS Top Row: Don Tmchlood, Alice Berkeley, Rhoda Zwiekey, Tom Ritzinger. Bqfitom Row: Jeanne McPhtc, Joane Crunk, Mr. Kjer, ndvisbr, Mildred Krause, Ix»is Lancette. OXFORD CLUB Top Row: Duane Parks, Reuben Larson, Owen Tucker, L.iVonne Smith, Norma Lumby, I. Patterson, Grace Lund, George Woodington, Willard Brill. Nell Woodington. Bottom Row: Esther Ann Austrian, Man Ballinger, Jayne Webster, Ruth Hoard, Advisor; Rachel MeKitriek, Betty Pepper, Ellen Schaal.PRIMARY CLUB Top How: Kathryn Mower, Kli aln-th Anderson, Vivian ilnlman, Ilcne Patterson, Irene Willette, jean Glenn. Audrey Gingras. Solveig Waag. Bottom How: Delores Zank. LaVonne Smith, Gwen Tucker, Jeanne MePhee, Norma Lumhy, Dorothy Anderson, Alice Lukas. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Top How: Norman Buehr, Elizabeth Anderson, Gwen Tucker. Ilcne Patterson, Virginia Mae Oldenburg. Alpha Spaeth. Solveig Waag. Jem- Bates, Mary Durst. Middle How: Kathryn Mower. lone DankcnrcycT, lone Gardow, Ardis Berg, Peggy Theiler, Marjorie Hamscy, Alice Tmston, Harriet Schroeder, Janet Barlx-r. Bottom How: Lois Dewitz, Jeannette Both. Khodn Mae Zwickev. E. R. McPhce, Grace Lund, Beverly Brown, Kay Marie Schumacher. Forty-thrMRURAL LIFE CLUB Top Hoic: Katherine Jenneman. Marion Peterson. Dorothy Hvkal. Lorraine E. Fleming, Helen Whitmore, Beverly Popple, Elsie Cnstad, Waldron Rehni, Truman ilicketther. Bottom How: Ramona Kromrey. Irene Meske, Elaine J ah like, Margaret Jenncman, Elaine Carlisle, Maxine Mattison, Betty Pepper. Top Rote: Gloria Peuse. Kathleen NVendlandt. Allene Newman, Janice Haskins. Charlotte Buchanan. Carol Wingct, Marion Eid, Clara Mae Larson. Bottom How: Frances Christopherson. Betty Kenyon. Anna Tunun, Charles A. Homback, Helen Wrilior. Shirley Ann Tumm, Rachel McKitrick.NEWMAN CLUB Top Row: Gerald Jackson, Francis ScltelTer. lamrencc Hagen, joint Rayburn. Richard Bcimc. Middle Row: Bonnie Pflieger, Marjorie Ciliaon. Eleanor Peterson, Mary Durst, Ceorgia YVilletlc, Margaret Jenneman. Kay Marie Schumacher, Audrey Ibiuger. Roltom Row: Dolores Fischer, Jean Glenn, Robert Couture, Grace Walsh (advisor), Tom Ritzinger. Helen Bischel. Teresa dwelling. Top Row: Eugene Zaborowski, John Duxlmry. Charles Spancl, Mr. Menard. Jim Sullivan. L. A. Krakowiecki. Bottom How: Audrey Cingras, Man.- Jane Mason. Barbara Erblang. Betty Lou Duxbury, Joyce Carton, Jane Lconberger, Irene Putz.WOMEN RECREATIONAL ASSOCIATION Top Row: Dorothy Davies. Barbara Barrett. Betty O'Brien. Esther Ness, Kul y Hint. Beverly N tss, Delores lla eti. Barh.ua Krhl.mg. Ann Lewis. MUhllc Row: Jean Ann Bathhnn. Jovce Gorton, Jeanne McPhce, Marguerite Hartman. AnnalM-lie Paulson. Betty lam Malwitz. Betty Lou Duxbury, Jocelyn Burk, Thelma Mattison. Bottom Row: Lois A. Larson. Jean Baker. Frances Christophersou, Mrs. Fagen, Doris Anderson, El‘vn Strand, Both Kromroy. Top Row: Mary Ballinger, Mary Jane Mason. Elizabeth Anderson. Dolores Fischer, Yvonne Nelson, Kselyn Sorenson, Barbara Skainser. Ellen Erickson, Betty Frolaud, Esther Ann Ausiuan, Dolly Anna Marsh, Gloria Hawkins. Middle Row: Jean Jucohson. Joan Honshu . Grayir Weigold, Jo Vollenilorf. Xelsine llanslnis, Jean Backus, Ruth BarlxT. Man Jane Peterson, Phyllis Gcrlnnri, Helen Slier hume, Margaret Schlagenhaft. Barbara Boirerg. Bottom Row: Lois Rasmussen, Margaret ll« bhs, Norma Bcrgh, Daunene Weiihman, Illene Patterson, Phyllis Hagen. Audrey Ihinger.SIGMA PI KAPPA Top How: Ruth Donnelly, Kathryn Mower, Marjorie Chillis, Marjorie Pcrrenoml. Craycc Wcigold, Joyce Gorton, Phyllis Courdoux, Joan Hardy, E. Jeanne Dinkel, Dorothy Davies, Hnthie Bigucll. Hottom How: Evelyn Sorenson, Jeanne MePhee, Carol McGinnis. Alice Berkeley, Virginia Oldenburg. Helen Bischcl. Jean Peterson. SIGMA GAMMA ZETA Top Row: Mrs. Richard Dinkel. Lois Peterson, Eli aln-th Stuck. Faith Ormig. Hottom How: Ivu Holbrook. Eleanor Peterson. Lyb D. Fbigler, Ruth Wyatt. Lillian Balir, Kli abeth Ayer, Ruth Woodworth.BETA UPSILON ' ‘oil Row: Jean Jacobson, Eleanor Gatyns, Kay Schumacher, Grace Lund. Beverly Brown. Middle Row: Janet BarlxT. lone Gardow, lone Dankemeyer. Ilene Patterson. Ann Lowry, Ardis Berg, Peggy Tlieiler. Bottom Rote: Lois DrWit , Jeannette Roth, Rlioda Mae Zwickey. Miss Sparks, Lois Lanccttc, June Kysilko, Alice Thurston.FOOTBALL CUFF FAC AN STEVENS POINT • The first grid battle of the season proved a "mental victory for the Eau Claire State "Blugolds" as they staged a second half comeback to tie the Stevens Point team 7 7. The "Blugolds" nearly doubled the visitors' efforts in yards gained and proved their ability to come through when the chips were down. The Stevens Point score came midway in the- first quarter but from then it was nip and tuk until Cliff Washburn, left halfback, carried the pigskin from beyond the midstripc up to the four-yard line on three tries. Jim Riedinger then lowered his way through the center and into the end zone. The conversion bv Sam Young tied the score. MICHIGAN TECH. • The second non-league contest was with Michigan Tech, and proved to Ik- a clear-cut triumph for the “Blugolds." Roth Cliff Washburn and Bernie Paul broke loose early in the first quarter to establish a lead of 13-0. In the second quarter Washburn, Berval Thorsen and Jim Riedinger smashed through the defenses to make the score 20-0. Clill Washburn and Rob Gregory shared scoring honors in the third and fourth quarters. The final outcome was a complete rout — Eau Claire, 34; Michigan Tech., 2. Forty-nineTHE SQUAD Front How: Lincoln Olson. Eugene Beguhn. Hussdl Sankey, Fritz Van Douse, Houald Hraaten, Harold Freid, Dick Mi ley, Hol ert Field. Hod I-arson. Bernard Paul, John Eystad, Bob Swan, James Stuff regen. Second How: Edward Ludwikoski. Lincoln Walker, Dennis llclixon, Dave Hudoll, Donald Kruncnlierg, Berral Thonon, Cy Berg. George King. I’d Cooper. Lloyd Toutant, Tuffy Peterson, Merrill Farr, Clilf Washburn. Tom Ricdiugrr. Third How: Galin McGinnis, Manager; Cliff Fagan. Coach; Allen HaLtead. Sam Young, Bob King, Adolphe Washburn, Bill Babington, Warren Chamberlain, Ed Johnson, John Couture, Paul Couture, John Sobotta, Hay Yates, Bob Farley. Floyd Krause, Coach; Rea Lasker, Manager. rniiK Eau Claire State “Blugolds” wound up the season by tying with La Cio.se for last place in the Northern Division conference. Surprise defeats were suffered at the hands of Stout and tai Crosse in two of the closest and hardest fought games all season. The squad consisted of six-five members, the largest in many years for Eau Claire State. Cliff Fagan was head coach with Flovd Krause and Hay lleidemen as assistants. FiftyFOOTBALL SUPERIOR • The first conference game ended in a deadlock of 6-6 with Superior State. The highly rated "Yellow Jackets" established a 6-0 lead at the opening of the second half with a 90-yard runback on the kickoff. The clock showed only OA minutes left of playing time when Cliff Washburn tossed a pass from the 35-yard line to end Bill Uabington who made nifty catch and raced the remaining 22 yards to pay dirt. RIVER FALLS • The Eau Claire “Blugolds” reached the height of the season when they moved into a first place tie with Superior by defeating River Falls 19-6. Tom (Shanty) Riedinger sparked the attack of the team and got off a nifty runback on the opening kickoff. Jim Riedinger barged his way through the line for the first touchdown of the game. A River Falls fumble gave the “Blugolds" their second chance and they made good. The score stood at 13-0 at the end of the first half. In the final quarter Ren al Thorsen sewed up the game with a short touchdown run around left end. The final score: 19-6. Fifty-oneFOOTBALL WHITEWATER • In the third winning game the “Bluegolds" capitalized On brilliant open field running by Tom Hiodinger to clinch a victory of 20-6 over Whitewater. An early lead was taken by Whitewater when a fumble cost the home team a touchdown in the first quarter. In the second period the team staged a touchdown march and tied the score. Late in the third quarter Paul Couture, alert "Blugold” pivot man, intercepted a forward and made a beautiful runback to set up a scoring play by Tom Hiedinger. Another spectacular run by Hiedinger set the final score at 20-6. STOUT • After slashing its way through five games undefeated, the Eau Claire eleven fell victim to an upset at Menomonie. The Stout "Blue Devils” capitalized on an Eau Claire fumble to pass their way to paydirt in the second quarter. Continuous pass interceptions hampered the “Blugold" attack until midway in the final quarter when Washburn followed a successful pass by a zig-zagged rim to score. The conversion kick was blocked and the final score - 7-6. LA CROSSE • A determined La Crosse eleven dragged the home team to a tie for the conference basement by defeating the hard fighting “Blugolds" by a score of 8-0. Pass interceptions and penalties were the Eau Claire handicap as La Crosse scored early in the first quarter. Hie rest of the game was close all the way - the blue and gold line battling to within one inch of pay dirt on one occasion. The scoring punch was lacking and the game ended a victory for La Crosse. Fifty-twoBASKETBALL Fifty-threeTHE TEAM Couch Bill Zorn, IVnnis llrlixon. Canon Procter, Boh Davies, Bill Babingtou. John Couture, 1 0111 Lehman, Bill Beckwith. Adolph NVashbom, Sam Young, John Zeug. Merle Cullickson, Manager Bob Brrdesan. Mike MePliee, Mascot. TTUu Claihk’s basketball team met with great success in the I94B-1947 season by capturing a total of 13 wins and sustaining only six losses. This put the team into third place in the Conference tangle and pushed four outstanding players to the front. Denny Helixon sparked the quint with the high total of 227 (Mints while Bob Davies ran second with a 192 count. Tom Lehman netted 184 |X)ints and Bill Babingtou was readily offensive by slipping the ball through for i ll tallies. Coach Bill Zorn’s men played fast, efficient ball and rarely let a game go without offering l elligerent battle. Ten of tin nineteen games were played on the home boards. Fifty-fourTHE COACHING STAFF Team Manager Hob Bredcson Coach Bill Zorn in Action Fifty-fiveEAU CLAIRE . . 88 WINONA........58 EAU CLAIRE . . 65 MACALESTER . . 33 EAU CLAIRE . . 47 HOUGHTON ... 37 EAU CLAIRE . . 66 MARQUETTE . . 56 • The Bluegolds cornered Winona on the home floor and opened the season in successful style by sinking approximately 50'; of their shots from the floor. • The Zomsmen outtipped the lanky Maculastcr crowd l v a total of 32 points to win the second start of the year on the home court. • Despite a cold start in enemy territory the team outdistanced the Houghton crowd to score its third consecutive victory. • In a bitter battle on the opponent’s floor the Bluegolds rough peddled all the way to come out on top in this torrid tangle. Fifty-kixEAU CLAIRE . . 38- RIVER FALLS . . 56 EAU CLAIRE . . m STEVENS POINT . 60 EAU CLAIRE . . 48 AUCSBURC . . . 50 EAU CLAIRE . . 72 MARQUETTE . . 55 • The Zomados bowed to their first defeat when Hivcr Falls, the eventual Conference winners, perfected 56 points on their own floor. • Kan Claire scored its fifth victory by edging through with six winning points in this pre-holiday encounter. • The Peds suffered their second loss to the Augsburg quintet bv a close tally on home ground. • The Zomsmen again outdistanced the snappy Marquette cagers showing a better gain on this return bout. Fifty-sevenEAU CLAIRE . . 62 ® Eau Claire met a much improved Winona team in this second battle and WINONA .... 53 efficiently swept through to a 9-point win. EAU CLAIRE . . 41 • In one of the most thrilling engagements of the season tlu two traditional rivals STOUT................37 fought tooth and nail in this close Conference tilt. EAU CLAIRE . . 59 • The fast Stevens Point gang fell to the home team by lagging ten markers. STEVENS POINT . 49 EAU CLAIRE . . 63 ® Tire team came through to run over the up-state five in high scoring style and SUPERIOR .... 35 pull through its tenth conquest. Fifty-eight EAU CLAIRE . . 70 LA CROSSE . . . 65 EAU CLAIRE . . 17 MACALESTER . . 55 EAU CLAIRE . . 44 STOUT.........77 EAU CLAIRE . . 59 RIVER FALLS . . 64 • I-a Crosse, in unexpected dash, offered tough competition to push the score to razor edge difference in the last moments of the game. • The St. Paul quintet turned the tables on this return bout and defeated the Eau Claire five in Minnesota territory. • Stout completely overwhelmed Bill Zorn's tribe and scooted to a 33 point revenge in this return match. • The Rivermen again triumphed as the Conference winners came back from a half time deficit to roll into pay dirt. Fifty-nineEAU CLAIRE . . 92 MICH. TECH. . . 42 EAU CLAIRE . . 61 SUPERIOR .... 65 EAU CLAIRE . . 61 LA CROSSE . . . 49 • Tile Blticgolds turned red hot and tallied a 50-point advantage to smother the out-of-state players on the high school floor. • In a hard-fought battle that lost Eau Claire four men on fouls, the Superior team edged a close victory on their own home deck. • In grand finale style the Peds again sunk La Crosse by clinching the Mississippi River team on its own stamping grounds. SixtyDELIGHT CAMPUS MOUSE GALS VELOZ YOLANDA SW V0 THE CAMPUS SCHOOL Nkar tin college flows the Chippewa River and to the Chippewa ripples that that merry, determined little stream. Little Niagara. Just as gaily and as purposefully as that creek, moves the Campus School, a vital part of the Eau Claire State Teachers College. The Campus School, or Model Sc!ux l as it was first called, was organized with the college in 1916 and has continued to be a part of it. Its purpose has always been to give the college students a good school in which to do their student teaching and at the same time to give the children of the Campus School an education which compares favorably with that in other schools. The banks of Little Niagara have been widened, but the stream flows on, fundamentally unchanged. So the scope of the Campus School has been enlarged, but its goal of giving the best in education remains constant. As new trends in teaching have come, there have been adaptations in the Campus School, but always with the welfare of the students and student teachers in mind. The success of both of these groups as they have gone from the Campus School is proof of the vaue of the school. When the Campus School was organized, there were four rooms with two grades in each room. One hundred and thirty students were enrolled. Four regular teachers supervised thes rooms and they were given some assistance by college teachers. Since that time a kindergarten has been added. The present enrollment is 220 students. The number has been limited in order to give the students and student teachers the benefit of much individual work. There are eight home room supervisors, one full-time music and art supervisor. Physical education instruction is given in the various grades by college teachers. Each grade from the first through the sixth has its own home room. The seventh and eighth grades are departmentalized as a Junior High School. Under the supervision of the rural department of the college, but affiliated with the Campus Sch(x l, are two rural rooms with grades from one through eight. Each of these rooms has its own supervisor and provides an opportunity for practice teaching by college students in the rural department. From the beginning, there have been numerous activities in the Campus School in addition to the regular classroom work. At the present time many of these are an outgrowth of units which have been taught. The equipment for visual aids is utilized to enrich the subject matter. A Campus School choir includes students in the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades. Classes in home economics, shop, and speech are provided in the seventh and eighth grades. Children of all grades take part in plays and operettas. For all students, arrangements are made for attending programs and assemblies and for participating in contests and projects which include students in other schools. Nor is the health of the students neglected. The college nurse works also with the Campus School and gives all students sight and hearing tests. A follow-up is made when physical defects are found. As Little Niagara has its occasional rocks and rough spots and sometimes overflows, so the Campus School has its minor troubles and almost overflows the space provided for it, but its frolicking, happy students are as refreshing as the sparkling water of that small creek which has always been a source of interest and delight to them.CAMPUS SCHOOL FACULTY Top Hoic: Mrs. Hir rl Ramhartcr, Grade tt; Mitt Kathryn Junkins. Grade 1; Mbs Anna N'asli, Gride -I; Miss Ruth Auld, English and Social Sdencc in Grades 7 and 8; Miss Lillian Bulir. Crade 5. Hotlom Row: Mrs. Marion MeNumara. Kindergarten; Miss Man Rowe, Grade 3; Mr. Lester Enuuis, Director of Elementary Education; Mrs. Florence Wallin, Mathematics in Grades 7 and 8; Miss Crctchen Grimm, Art and Music. Sixty-threeTHE CHRISTMAS PLAY A Scene from The Christmas Carol. PRINCIPAL MEMBERS OF THE CAST Sixty-four Frrmt How: Wavne Kedhmd. Tommy Cordon, Dick Wieklurtd. Honald Loekren. Hack How: Wade Stevens. Anne Werner. Dorotliv Seyl erth. 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