University of Wisconsin Milwaukee - Ivy Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)
- Class of 1923
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Yearbook ol' 1923
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By old Micliigans proud waters,
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Stands VVisc0nsin's fairest N0l'lIlHl
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Pointing wisdoinls way.
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Echo Annual Staff
idents have helped in the preparation o
Roy De Roo
H. L. Mueller
H. R. Roessler
. . . . .Art Editor
. . .Organizations
. . . .Organizations
. .Senior Pictures
. . . . . . .Athletics
. . . .Valendar
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'Forward, Together, Milwaukee
VOIQ4--NO. u. 1, 1923. PRICE srsvmx cams.
PACKED ASSEMBLY , CHRISTMAS
SAYS AU REVOIR T0 PLAY IS PRESENTED
PRES-LENT PEARSE T0 LARGE AUDIENCE
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FRANK .I. MEl.l,l'IX4'AMl'
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FRANK F. ADAMS
Peru Normal School, Nebraska?
University of Nebraskag Columbia
Cnivcrsityg A.B., A.M. fNehraskaj
LOUISE M. ALDER
Director of Kindergarten
A.H.. Kansas State l'niversityg
A.M., Coluinbia University. Teach-
ers' College, National Kindergarten
and Eleinsentary College, Chicago.
ALMA SWEET ALLISON
R. Ped. State Normal, Spring-
field, Missourig Ph.B., University of
BERNARJD E. ANDERSON
American College of Physical
Public Speaking. Oral Reading,
School of Speech, Northwestern
HUGO O. ANHALT
Orchestral Instruments and
Bradbury .School of Music and
Wrangle School of Music.
WILLIAM HENRY ATWOOD
A.B., Hope Collegeg M.A. Wash-
ington I'niversityg MQS., Ifniversity
WINIFRED E. BAIN
Director of P1'actice, Kindergarten.
Instructor in Plays and Gaines and
Graduate, Milwaukee Normal
School: Student, Chicago Univer-
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JOSEPIIINE E. MALONEY
Eighth Grade Critic
Milwaukee Stulc Normal: Tench-
crs' College. ftfllllllllllll Vniversity.
IIELI-IN C. MARTINEAI'
Physical Training, Culnpiire
I'oln1nhi:1 Normal School of
Ullysicnl Education. Qlhicago.
ICDNA I.Ol'lS'1G MASON
Registered. Illinois and Wiscon-
sin. St. Lnke's Ilospitnl, Chicago,
Librtlritin, Reserve Desk
Milwaukee State N0l'1ll2ll School.
LOUISE W. MEARS
ICcl.B., Nebraska State Teachers
College: A.M.. l'niversity of Nc-
hruska: f'l1lCil,2,'0 lfniversityg liar-
GICRTHIYDE L. MEYER
Third Grade Critic
Milwaukee State Normal School.
Pedagogy and 1'1'l1Ilfll'j' Methods
llnivcrsity of Chicago: P11.H., Uni-
versity of Wlisconsin.
Drawing. Painting, COl1lll1Ql'Clill De-
Wisconsin School of Arts 3
National AC2ld61llY, New York'
Parisg Royal ACI1d91llY, Munich.
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Director of Art School
Art 4XCild6llllGS of Europe.
MRS. ALEXANI TIGR MVELLER
Pottery 111111 Chinn llecorutiou
Wisconsin School of Arts.
l'l,.XR1'I A. NIC IIIILIUH
l-LS., I'11ivv1'sity of XVisCol1sin.
First Grade 'Critic
VVl1itowa1ter State Noruml Schoolg
l'lliVQl'Slfj' of Chicago.
NIGTTIE G. l'liIl1l5AlfX
Milwaukee NOl'1ll2ll School.
MRS. MARGARET OLSON
Physical Iflducatioll. Scouting, Play-
BIHXVZIIIKQQ State NO1'lll'31 Schoolg
Alll6l'lCilll College of Physical
KATHERINE l'. NORTON
Pupil of John Orth, Boston: A.
K.. Virgil. New Yorkg Dr. Percy
Goetscl1i11S. New York: Wager
GLAIHYS L. OLSON
Stovous 1'oi11t Normal School.
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DICLIA G. OVITZ
Milwzuikeo State Norinal S'cl1oo1g
Wisconsin I,ilu'ary Schoolg I'nivvr-
sity of lf11iCl1g0.
CUNIQAD Ii. 1'.k'l'ZIGIl
Supervisor of l'1'nctice
Studvnt of 14211114-ntioil. Bonn Yni-
WINIFIQIGID li. l'll1I.LlI'S
Ibvsign. I.e-ntln-1' Tooling. Art
Nvodlowork. Batik. Stviicilillgr.
NVisconsin School of Art: Chi-
cago Art Instituto: Stout Instituteg
Pratt Art Instituto.
l'lIARI.I4IS M. PVRIN
IN-un of Mon. I"1'e-llcll
l'1l.I5.. I'niVe-rsity of XVisc0nsin.
JIGSHIIG li. 1'YR'l'l,l'I
.X.I3.. .X.M.. Nvlnlulskzl l'nive1'sity.
AssociateDirector. School of Musicg
H2ll'lllfb11j'. f'Ullllt9l'll0i!lt. History of
Music, l'on1lucting. fH'Cl19Sf1'ilfiOl1.
Graduzlte in Piano. under M0012
schel. XIilXVtlllk9k'I Grzlduzlte in Hur-
lllflllj' and i11 f'0llllNlSifi01l. nndvr
Just, Clliczngoz l'ost-glwldinxtv in
C0llI1f0l'li0illf. unclor Micltlelscllulte.
l"1'9llCil und GOI'1ll2lll
PLA.. Milwaukev INNYIIUI' Vollm-,wg
MA.. I'nivol'sity of XViS0onsin.
Iiconmnics and Sociology
.LIL Ilznlovor Collezvz L
Kentucky Stntv I'11ivv1'sity.
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V CHARLES HENRY SEARS
S'upe1'visor of Practice Teaching
Graduate, State Normal School
Westfield, Mass.: A.M.. Allegheny
Collcgeg I'l1.ll.. Flark lfnivcrsity.
MAY BVMHY SEVERY
A.li.. Ripon Uollegreg Vniversity
nf XVisconsin: I'niVc1'sity of Chi-
MAVIIE M. F. SCIIAFER
Milwaukee State NOl'lll211 Sclloolg
l'h.R.. I'h.M.. l'nivt-rsity of Wis-
consin: Vniversity of Minnesota.
META MARY STEINFORT
Spanish and Latin
A.B.. A.M., Vniversity of Wiscon-
ETIIEL R. STEVENS
School of Fine and Applied Arts
Milwaukee State Normal School.
l EMILY WHEELER STRONG
Fo111'tl1 Grade Fritic
' lliploina. Statc Nornial School
i Plylnontll. Now Ilalnpshire.
R. .L SI'f'IlY
Milwaukee State Normal School
RA.. Vniversity of Wisconsin.
LVCIEN SAMTI-IL SXVEET
llistory and Political Science
A.B., l'nivv1'sity of Wisconsin.
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GEORGE E. TETER
Englishg Head of Department
A.l4., Indiana Universiityg A.M.,
SAMVEI. A. TIIORN
St. Cloud. Minn., State Teachers'
Vollcge l.Xdvanced Course and
f'0lll'S9 of Music Supervisorsjg
Allllll'lC2ll1 Institute of Normal
Methods. Evanston, I1l.g North-
HARVEY A. NBER
Geography and Geology
A.l!., A.M.. University of lViscon-
sing l'niye-rsity of Chicago.
EISA IC. TTLBRICHT
llead of Normal Art Department.
Drawing: Methods. Basketry, Weziv-
ing. Block Printing, Bookbindingf.
f'0llSll'llCtl0ll Work. Voping. Saw
Work, Mechanical Drawing. and
State Norinal Schoolg Wisconsin
School of Art: l'1-att Institute.
LEYYIS A. VAN TINE
I'h.H.. I'nive1'Si'ty of Wiscoiisiiig
Graduate Music School. l'nive1'sity
of NVisconsing lvlllV0l'Sll1Y of Chi-
LILLIAN M. WEBSTER
Milwaukee State Normal School.
EDITH E. XVIIITE
Milwaukee State Normal School:
I'h.l1.. l,vlllVl'l'Sll'j' of lVisconsing A.
M., fllllllllllllfl l'nive1'sity.
I". E. J. YVILIPE
AB.. A.M.. l'1liV0l'SlfX of Wiscon-
sing I'nive1'sity of Pennsylvania.
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A. J. XVI NNIE
Ili1'vc-t111'. IDe11:11't111011t for 'I'1'a1i11i11g
Te-:1cl1c-rs of the Deaf
I Milwaukee State Normal School:
g l'11ivr-rsiiy of YVisc-o11si11.
Additional Facultq members
W. IJ. CANAN
Mntliematics. IAIRICIIIIIQ In-sign. T1-cl111ir-:1l
I'01111sylv:111i11 State Vollogv: IIS.. ill I-I.
E.. M.E., Il111'v:1r1I: M.S.. BIIISSRICIIIISIXIIS
Instituto of 'l'ecl111nlogy.
I'IIt'lll6IlI2ll'X EIIIII Illtl:'1'1IIUdIilfE! IPr:1wix1g
AXIISCOIISIII Scluml of Arts.
t'l1ic:1gu A1't Institute.
E I. I ZAIZETH K NIGHT
A.B-.. Jzlinefs Milliken I'1lIVl'I'SIfYQ
I'11iVe1'sity of Illinois.
Art Metal Work and Jewelry
'Fechliicul School. l1tlD9I1IIilgUIl, ID011-
murkg The Polytvvhiiic, I.011do11.
HI'G4J IA IGICMAN
Al'CIlIIt'CtII1'flI Il1'z1wi11g'. M0Cl1z111icf1l lbrzlw-
ing. M4-cl1:111if-:ll I'e1's11QCtiv1-
ANNA VATHARINA NERMAN
Blilllllill T1'1IIIIIl1g. S1-wing
School of Applied Arts. SIOCIKIIOIIII,
Drzlwirig and Painting
P1'i11c1-to11 I'11ive1'sity: I'01111sylv:111i:1
Ac:1cl4-1115' of Fine Arts: Paris Art Schools
Trfiiniug School Ibrawiiig
Milwzuikeo Stnto Norinal S'cl1o0I: XVIS-
Oousin Sc-I10ol0fA1'tS: Noruial Art I'0lll'SE'.
ESTIIER MERLE SWAIN
XViscu11si11 State I.IIlI'iI1'j' School. Madi-
JEAN T A LBOT
I'11ySioI0,L,'y and Hygiene
A.R.. I'11ive1'sity of YVisco11si11: Grad-
uate of I701l:lI'fll19llI' of Ilygivne and
l'l1ysic:1l Ellucatioii, Wellpslvy College.
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Robert Lenken Philip Geil Elvira Carlson Harold Sanville
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Hislorq of the Class of 1923
Although class histories. as a rule. assume lnuch the sanie tone year after year, the
history of the Class of 1923 has contributed niany highlights and touches of color that
will nlake that class lo11g renielnbered hy the faculty and such others as are able to
judge class achievements. Fronl that time in its history when on September 12, 1921.
its eight or nine hundred nlelnhers tirst hurried along' the spacious halls of Milwaukee
State Normal School. u11til that day of days when tl1e salne people attended the gradual
tion exercises of their class. the history of tl1e t'lass of 19253 has bee11 one of notable
achievements and tasks well done. Although the history of classes repeats itself. the
history of the t'lass of 19215. rather than a history of repetition. is a history of voyages
on enchanted seas. of inountain top experiences. and of a succession of achievenlents
seldom credited to any one class.
Running true to type. the Vlass of 1923 refused to accept the orthodox views of the
seniors. gave battle to the upper classnlen. and on Septelnher 20. 15121. just eight days
after the advent of the class. elected Sylvester Scherer editor-in-chief of the 1Veekly
lflcho. Mr. Sf-herer's election came as a distinct surprise to the seniors. 1"l'U1l1 that
time forward. the class demonstrated its ability to do things well.
. On September 22. 15521. the faculty reception for the f'lass of 1923 attracted one of
the largest gatherings of freshmen in the history of Milwaukee State Norinal School.
The Sflllll' spirit of good-fellowship which has prevailed throughout the class history
drove t'lllll2ll'l'2lSSlllt-'llf and tinlidity front the reception. and as a result lnany of the
barriers which often llltillllf up between students and instructors were broken down.
never to he rebuilt.
To insure the success of their first year's activities. the inenibers of the l'lass of
11123 sought the leadership of able officers. A spirited campaign resulted in the election
of Arthur Nicolaus. president: l'hil Geil. vice-president: Alice Reynolds. treasurerg and
Lucille Saveland. secretary. l'nder the guidance of these capable officers, the class
steered a straight course throughout the year.
After the seniors had demonstrated tl1e proper method of providing entertaininent
for the juniors at the Senior-Junior Reception. the Class of 15123. on Friday. December
16. 1921. were hosts at a reception for the faculty and the seniors. Although this :was
the first attempt of the lll0lllil0l'S of our class to entertain their friends as a group. the
splendid co-operation of all classlnen resulted in an evening freighted with joy for both
juniors and seniors.
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Among the outstanding achievements of the year, the Junior 1'l'Ulll tak
As a product of class co-operation and loyalty, the prom of the juniors
far any other social event of the school year. Headed by Prom tlhairman Evan Schwemer,
tl1e prom committee carefully worked out the plans for the event. l'nder
of George Keller. chairnran of the decorations conunittee. the rough-walled
sium was transformed into a unique spring rlower garden. lt was the
opinion at the time. that the scheme of decorations was tl1e znost beautiful
es Hrst place.
and the most
original of the year. 1'll1lll'lll2lll Scblwemer and Vatherine lfluwright, who was chosen
l'rom Queen. led the grand march. Although few students remember the exact date of
the Junior l'1'Olll-"A1il'll Qs. 1022-the melody of the l'ro1n song. which was written espe-
cially for the occasion. comes lack when. in ret.rospective moods. we look back to the
days of 1922.
ln oratory and debate. the l'lass of 15123 demonstrated that it would be ready to
take over the task when the seniors had left the halls of Milwaukee Normal. Harold
Nanville leaped into tl1e limelight hy winning the alternate's position in the local oratorical
contest on February 111. As a result. Mr. Sanville accompanied Carroll Vhristenson. the
winner. to Stevens l'oint. Although most of the places on both debating teams went to
the seniors. representatives of tl1e Class of 1923 added much to the success of the year.
Jule Ilelwiche. a junior who did not return to Milwaukee Normal in the fall of 15322.
gained a place on the affirmative team and was instrumental in beating XVhitewater in
the local assembly. llarold Sanville served as an alternate on tl1e negative team.
The l'lass of 19225 furnished many men for football. basketball. track. and baseball
teams. Outstanding among the men are l'hil Heil. vice-president of both junior and
senior classes in 15322 and 153255. respectively. who was a mainstay in the football machine
of 1921: liob Lenken. senior class p1'esident. who distinguished himself by a fighting spirit
and difficult shots on the basketball tloor: and Moses Thisted. president ofthe High
School Group. who instilled much of his enthusiasm into Voach Anderson's baseball men.
even though Thisted traveled on a pair of crutches because of a b1'oken leg suffered
early in the season.
The Racine Hike of 1922 saw many juniors on the road. A few days later many
of the same .Tuniors packed their trunks and headed north and south and west toward
their homes in all parts of YVisconsin,
XVhen the class returned in the fall of 1922. several members. headed toward leader-
ship in their junior yea1'. were not among us. Herbert Jacobs had chosen Yale as the
place where he would do hattle with the demi-god, Knowledge. Jule llelwiche. of debat-
ing fllllltk had located at Marquette Vniversity. to prepare for law. Leslie Bowden.
licho Weekly stati' editor, had traveled to the Vniversity of Michigan.
The loss of men of the LIacolas-Delfiche-Bowden type. however, did not rob the class
of all its leaders, A splendid array of potential force presented itself when the nome
inations for class otfieers were opened early in Uctober of 1922. Two tickets were in the
field. and o11e of the hardest fought campaigns in school history resulted. Posters Hared
from every bulletin board. and election tickets were broadcasted throughout. the school.
After a week of campaigning. the balloting on Monday, Uctober 16. resulted in the
election of Robert Lenken. president: Phil Geil, vice-president: Elvira Carlson. secretaryg
and Harold Sanville. treasurer. livan Schwemer for president. Vera Litcher. vice-presi-
dent: Marion Fhristie. secretary: and Alice Reynolds. treasurer. furnished material for
the opposite side of the argument.
The Senior-Junior Reception in 1922 began the social season with exceptional enthu-
siasm. The seniors greeted the juniors in a way that made the 11ew students feel
comfortable in spite of the fact that they had scarcely begun their sojourn at Milwau-
Foremost among the 1922-23 social events. sponsored by the class. the Senior Prom-
enade on February 9. 1923. attracted a crowd that packed the men's gymnasium 'to
capacity. Gordon Strathearn. chairman of the Prom. and his group of enthusiastic Co-
workers had so carefully arranged every detail that when the eventful evening arrived
everything was in readiness for one of the class' most delightful gatherings.
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1'P1'llRl1lS the 11111st lasting l1l:11'li 111' the Vlass 111' 151221 111111111 'when 1111- X11'11'S 1'lul1.
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11r11cess, which 111111 c11111111e11C1-11 i11 the Alt-111.5 l'l11l1 11111111 ill the spring of 11122. 0111111511113
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l112ll'k ill the huilcliug which will lung 1'1-11111111 i11c11111i11g classes 11f the Vlass 11f 151231.
Chief 1111111112 the f0l'NY2ll'di'I'S 11f the AI9ll.S Qilllll r1111111 was fHl'll1P1' l'1'esi1le11t l'11rr11ll
11. I'1-arse. When. 1111 111101-111111-1' 21. 12122. Mr. Pearse s1111ke t11 tl1e 11sse111l1le11 students
1111' the last time. 11111 1111ly the 111011. l1ut every student 111 Zlffixllllillllwx here sincerely re-
gretted his d01l2l1'fIll'0. The :1sse111l1ly 1'1111111. cr11w1l1-11 far lfey11111l its 1111r11111l Cilllilfily.
was as sile11t as El llllllll when Mr. l'e11rse SIIURQ' c1111cer11i11g our l11X:l1lX 111 causes which
we lrelieved t11 lze just. Tl1is 2'!lfllPl'll1S. far the largest 11f the year. Slllblit' Ul01lll1'l1flj' 11f
the esteem which tl1e students 111111 for our Prexy.
Must of the active student 11rg:1111izati1111s 111111 Slxllllll' Cl21SSl1lPl1 at their he111ls. G111111
l"el111wshi11 League. 1lirecte1l hy llel1'11 f1l2lff110j'. tl11urisl1e1'1 lllll'lll9J,' the year 151221231 A
1,'11111'tesy NVeek ca11111:1ig11 resu1t1-11 ill Il 111111'ke1l i111111'11ve1111-111' ill the stu1le11ts' courtesy.
Zlll i1111.1'11ve111e11t wl1icl1 exte111le1l th1'1111zl111ut the year. The .Xllllllill May Fete. l1el1l 1111
May 2. 151221. called f111'1ll il llllllflflldl' of 1111vel ideas 111111 111T111'1l1-11 2111 iIff1'l'll00ll'S enter-
filillllll-'llf for the girls. While tl1e 11111111 I'v0ll4lNYS1lil1 League cared f11r the 1100115 11f tl1e
1111111011 11f the s1fl11111l, the RIl'll.S lilllll s111111s11re1l a lllllllllvl' of 1111vel events for the 111911.
'1'w1'1 Kei-Y1Mf'f11Pl' +'V4'lli11gs f111'11isl1e1l El ll102ll1S 11f getting :lC4lll111lllE'd. A l1asketl111ll 1111111111-
111e11t. 21 1111139511139 11itchi11z c1111t1-st. 111111 1111 ll1f0l'd1'D2ll'fl11l-1111:ll I111sel111ll league aroused
111111-11 frie111lly rivalry 111111 s1-1'V1-11 t11 raise the 1111111110 of the 111911 here. Y. XV. l'. A. 111111
1lil1l11111s 1111113 11ls11 c1111tril111te1l 11111011 t11w11r11 lllilkillgl' the 15122-23 sch11111 year distinctive.
Because 11f their f1'2lilllll5I wl1ile j1111i111's. the athletes of the Class of 15123 fUl'l1lSl19l1
the fl'2ll11t'XY0l'k f11r every athletic g1'5u1'1 of the scl11111l. Coach 1111w111-1"s f1111tl111ll 111111 track
S1lllildS. illfllllllilll greatly 11u:111e11te1l liy jllllilll' athletes. used the se11i11r 1111111 t11 hear the
ll1'llllf 11f the attack. l'11acl1 Alld1'I'S0ll. with l1is l1asketl111ll 511111 l111sel1111l teams utilized
Ulass 11f 111221 1111111 i11 11111115' places. Allllfllljlll the 15123 athletic 1'ec11r11 was unsuccessful
fl'1l1ll the cl1a11111i1111sl1i11 view1111i11t. the year 111-111151111 f11rtl1 s11111e 11f t11e 11111st s1111rts111a11-
like 1'xhil1iti1111s i11 the scl11111l's hist11ry.
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H:11'11l1l Sauville w1111 lirst l11111111's ill the l11c11l 11l'2ll11l'lC':ll contest. Mr. Sauville 1'9111'9-
sented Milwaukee i11 tl1e state contest, wl1icl1 was held ill the 1110111 11ss1-111l1ly 1111 March
111. Alfllflllgll Mr. S2l11V1l1t',NV1lS 1111211119 t11 wi11 the contest, our 111'at11r 1le1111111str11te11 that
Milwaukee N01'l113ll 11l'0dl1Cl'S Il2l1lQI0l'0llS c1111testa11ts 11t all times. 111 1lel111te. 111S'Illl101'S of
11111' Class l1el1l the 111aj11rity of places 1111 l111tl1 teams. Ilar11l1l Sauville 111111 Eileen Blackey
1'e111'ese11t1-11 the se11i1'11's 1111 tl1e 11fl'i1'11111tive t1-11111. while Nathan Schwid 111111 Roy D1-111111
carried their c11l111's 1111 the uegzative fl-'illll against YV11it0XVHf0l'.
The g1'a1luati1111 exercises lll21l'k9Il the cl11si11:: e11is1111e ill the l1ist111-y of tl1e Class
of 15123. The 111e111l1e1's 11f that class 1111w gn their Slllldlj' ways fll1'Tl19l' to lllilkll its
I1111' 1.. 1111111111
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Helga Sorensen Eileen Blnckey Roy L. De Roo Fzitlierine Enright
Poet Ivy Orator Historian Prophet
Senior Class Porn:
Slowly he built, and steadily he wrought
Until from out the shapeless timber grew
Graceful, steady of keel, the vessel new,
Majestic, proud, with strength and power fraught.
Ready to brave Lifes Sea. The ship had caught
The spirit of the niaster and the crew-
The patient wisdom, kindliness, the true
Knowledge that life and fellowship had brought.
At last 'twas launched and as the ship was freed
Amid the shouts and cheers that rent the air,
The wind caught in the sails to bear it far
Out to the sea, while friends called out God Speed,
Hoping for its return with honors rare.
From other ports beyond the harbor bar.
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FORECAST lDEATl'lER-- IDORST Bu MERIT-
llou Like lt or Hot Read ll and Weep
King Tut Il Discovered by
The wo1'ld of science was
oleetrilied yesterday when the
mummy of King E V311
st-hwemer was lllur 1111 by
George Griswold ll. noted
diggerologist and descendant
of George Griswold 1, who at
one time beheaded the I'nion
Vodvil Committee. It is
thought that King Evan rep-
resents the period beginning
as far back at 1922 when he
was Prom King. He was
wrapped in yards of erepe pa-
per tleft over from the promj
studded with pop bottles
lnot left over from the 1bl'0I1'lJ.
Numerous egg plants pre-
served in grape juice adorned
the kingly chambers. proving
that King I-Ivan died around
In telling of the discovery,
lleorge II said, Ullichard
liielefeld, Alice Thelan. and I
were playing bridge in the
-afeteria, when I dropped the
leuee of spades. It stuck in
'he ground. and as I pulled
it out it seemed to stick in
wood fliing Ev's heady. Im-
mediately employing all the
spades and elubs, Hiehard
dropped the queen he had on
his lap and proceeded to dig
vor-iferously. The result you
A Poison Ivy 01-ator
On June 6. 1923, Eileen
lilac-kney was the Ivy Orator
at thc Class Day exercises of
Milwaukee Normal. On the
same date many years after
she has again been proclaim-
ed Ivy Orator.
She had wandered into the
woods and was having a jolly
with herself. She
would stop now and then to
gaze upon the trees and
grasses and to listen to the
twitter of the birds. She
was having so much glad
with herself, when soon she
was heard talking in the
strangest manner. She had
touched some poison ivy and
as near as we eould make out
she was saying -XM! W 'Z' KI
Noted Newspaper Man Dies
lloy Ilelloo, editor of the
I'oliee Gazette in Uskaloosa,
cashed in his cheeks yester-
day. Ile was at one time a
young man rising
world of fame. and it was
1ll'Ut'l2lllll0ll that he would
make good dough if he was
left alone in the dark.
Funeral survives will be
held from the undertaking
parlors of Carl ltaumbach M
The pallbearers will include
ll a r r y Phillips. Nathan
Sehwid, Norbert lsliselloff, and
Alle 1'0ll. The Coffin will be
pushed up the aisle to the
strains of "I Ilidn't liaise My
Hoy to be a Cub Reporter."
The sermon will be preached
by Marguerite Wolfsen and
is entitled, t'XVe I'ut Him to
Sleep with Zlll Old Fashioned
Crowbarf' The pallbearers
will be able to keep step. hav-
ing marehed single tile for
three years in thc bread line
at Sing Sing."
Former Football Hero?
Phil Geil. former football
hero and all round athlete,
has gone ill for marbles and
taken all honors. The latest
prize he won was a handsome
cut glass eye to be used as
On the bleaehers is often
seen Mrs. Geil, formerly
Ilelen Sf-holl. who is a great
Great Feet Performed
Miss Lois Almon, formerly
interested in nature study,
has taken to the study of hu-
man nature. Iler husband,
1. M. VVild, desired to have
feet like Charlie Chaplin, so
Lois has taken to grafting
piano legs and shoe trees, and
soon I. M. lVild will appear
on the streets of Toonervillle,
getting a speaking aequaint-
ance with the bees and
The Koo Koo Klan
Some years ago the Koo
Koo Klaus were gaining a
world wide reputation as a
very powerful as well as dis-
orderly organization. But
since Lloyd Thomas has been
plaeed at the head of them,
the Koo Koo Klaus have be-
come worse, and are reign-
ing demons. They have
wiped out twenty towns with-
in the last twelve hours, with
dish towels made by Loretta
lluring a reel-nt meeting
which was held at the slaugh-
ter house a knock was heard
at the door. After same time,
the head butcher answered.
Standing at the haseboard sat
Lester Shuck. He said he
wanted an order for all the
Soon Neal 0'lirien came
rushing along and said he
was afraid to go home nights
as he had used up all his
inother's sheets, pillow cases,
towels. and his fatherls pa-
A new shop showing 11
1-omph-te line of antiques will
be opened on No. Ones street
early next week. Grave Con-
nors will mauago the shop.
Helping her advertise the an-
tiques will be Itosina Fagan
and Celeste Herran.
Come Back, Elvira
Word has just been receiv-
ed from Hawaii that Elvira
Parlson, who went there to
do Y. XV. F. A. work. has been
proclaimed the best Hoola.
Hoola danc-er that ever Came
from Amerim-an shores.
Beg Your Pardon
In our last addition to this
paper we stated that Kip
Kroenig was arrested by the
Humane Soeiety for shooting
r-raps. What we meant to say
was that he had to be shot by
the Humane Soeiety because
he got a f-ramp in his leg and
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l'rime Minister from lfinland Clear Road for Baby Buggy Milkweed Twins N'ed
Visits l'. S. Races The wedding of Mr. Del
A parade fully ten miles
long. the last nine and a half
consisting of dogs. eats. ete..
greeted Preinier Sylvester
S4-herer as he stepped from
his private puslnnobile at the
Northwestern Depot today.
The tirst part of the parade
eonsisted of admiring mem-
lzers of the female sex. Lead-
ing the prof-ession was Bel'-
niee lielany's llnbbel' lland.
I'l't'lllit-ll' Seherer one time
addressed a group of deaf
people in F'inland on the
eorrevt way of t'tllll't'llfl'iliill,2'
when listening to a speaker.
They were so mneh impressed
that they made him premier.
Un the platform with him
was a piteher of water and
Mayor fflimn-A XV01f,
lnvents Tail Light for Kiddie
Mr. Lester VVegne1' added
onee more to his lanrels as an
eleetrieian when he invented
a stop light for the Kiddie
Car. The invention is the
last of his many which have
brought Mr. XV:-gner fame.
Mr. Thomas Edison was re-
ported as having given up all
hopes an an inventor and
drinking Coe-a-ffola when he
heard of the invention.
Rev. Arthur Nieolaus Returns
Having run out of a supply
of collar buttons, Rev. Art
Nic-olaus and his bride, for-
merly Helen Ilarbaugh, re-
turned from Siberia where
they have been doing mis-
sionary work. A reeeptiou
will be held Sunday from 2
to 4 IRX.. in the sun parlor
of Mr. and Mrs. Fat Lawler's
new home. At this let it he
known that Mrs. Lawler was
formerly Miss Vera Burns.
By Alice Galligan
A ehild born on this day
has eome into the world.
Should it resemble his fa-
ther it will look like him.
Should it resemble the mother
it will look like her.
If water falls from the
heavens tomorrow, you'll
you'Il know it is raining.
Those in the employment of
others, who have a payday
tomorrow, should be sure and
Collet-t their sheekles.
Tomorrow the road from
Sym-amre to State streets in
Piggsville will be 1-leared and
Vhester Young. at one time
a star tram-k man at Normal.
will push a baby buggy eon-
taining his wailing' infant up
this thoroughfare. Ile will
4-ompete with ll. l'. Slow, I.
M. Speedy. li. I. Swift, and
V. li. liaee.
Chet will give all those who
are at the goal, if he comes in
first, a hair taken from the
misplaeed eyebrow which he
has preserved with alt-ohol
sinre his SL-hool days.
Misses Marie Wall and
lfllaine Palm-er just returned
from gay Paree wearing the
latest eostumes. It is said
that they both invested a for-
tune in their attire. but our
reporter thinks Marie got
hers at a tire sale as he smelt
the smole. while I-llaine's
must have been imported as
he smelt the oeean.
Appointed to Sit on Bench
Moses Thisted, who upheld
the judges of the l'. S. Su-
preme Court and the methods
they used when sitting upon
the benvh. took his plaee on
the Supreme Court beneh yes-
terday. The bench was fresh-
ly painted and placed near
the statue of Solomon Juneau
in .lnneau Park. Moses had
just plan-ed himself upon the
heneh and was about to start
dealing out orders to his in-
feriors, when all of a sudden
a loud erash was heard, and
lo and behold. the beneh had
broken ill two and Moses
was rolling down the hill and
nearing the railroad tracks.
Three men jumped out of
a box ear and pieked Moses
up in four parts and stood
him on his two feet. The
men proved to be old school-
mates of his and were now
leaders of the Hobo lfnion.
They were Clyde SVOhlford,
XVilliam Tiernan, and Robert
St-hoenbrun. XVhen Moses
reeognized his old friends, he
told them of the exalted po-
sition he held and assumed
them that they. too, should
have positions higher lllb. So
now all three of them are do-
ing janitor work on the top
floor of the XVells Building.
Coleman and Miss Evelyn
Goessling, the original Hon.
and Dearie, took plaee this
afternoon at 9 a.m. in the
fern room of the Hotel Nix-
dorf. The bridal couple en-
tered the room to the strains
of, "The High Cost of Living"
in a flat. The bride was giv-
ing away for nothing by her
The 4-osxunies of the bridal
party were elalaorate and
rented. Miss Goessling was
attired in a bridal bouquet
of 1-auliflower and hat to
lll2lft'il. The groom looked his
handsome best in a long pair
of kid gloves and a sweet
Mr. liill ltight fthey start-
ed in with bills the first
thingy aeted as worst man.
Mr. Elmer Kall was brides-
Bigamist Held, Has Six
Dave WVigodsky. former
i v o r y tiekler and heart
breaker, is being held at po-
liee mess quarters on eom-
plaint of his sixth wife. He
had previous to this been ar-
rested for hanging his wife
with a rope of pearls. His
sixth wife states he has three
wives now living at the House
of David, while another wife
just eommitted suir-ide by
drinking ginger ale, when he
attempted to beat her-to the
Conflab at Beckers
Many people of interest will
attend the conference which
is to be held at Iieekers in
the near future. The ones-
tion to be debated will be,
"How high is up?"
Among those who will talk
on the subjeet will be Robert
Leuken now taking Mr.
llean plaee at VVashington
Park. Mrs. Leuken will also
be there. Of eourse. we all
know she was at one time
Helen Gaffney will act as
one of the judges, giving the
final der-ision. Miss Gaffney
has for some time past been
kept quite busy 4-ountiug the
mnuber of straw hats which
men are wearing in Alaska.
Faith Btllllll,2'11I'iIlf'l' will be
in attendanee to doetor any
wounds eaused by tl1e use of
rough language. Miss Baum-
gartner has been speeializing
along this line for many
N KK X1--.N
Kathleen VFIIUIIIIISUII has
been awarded honors for be-
ing the Chanipion Cherry
Eater of Iloor County.
l'ut and Take Tournament
railed off beeause Martin Tor-
phy and Anita liiley, the ehiet
rontestants, are to have the
knot tied today at sundown.
lluth Bonner and Gladys
Kramer ran a saek rave yes-
terday on the upper Milwau-
kee lliver. Ruth won the
rave by three hops,
Norma llaberlnan is plan-
ning to eoinpete for the hand
eroeheted hot water bottle,
whit-h will be presented to the
winner of the Giggling Con-
lflvelyn Feinber,f: has taken
to playing golf and it is 1'u-
niorefl that soon she will be
a ehainpion as she has been
spending her mornings in the
kitehen praetieing with fresh
eggs and the stove poker.
Evelyn Weber has entered
her pet raeeoon in the Annual
Animal Show. whieh will be
held in the Nearby Natato-
The Hrdnlan sisters have
just returned from llussia.
where they lllildt' a naine for
theinselves as pieeeinakers,
having: broken up thirty Bol-
shevists' meetings hy import-
ing: ten wheelbarrows of Mex-
iean bulls, whieh were at-
traeted by the lleds.
At last the King of beasts
is subdued. Dorothy Hood
has Vtllllllttll the lions of
Afriea into purring at her
Irene Zuehlke has broken
the reeord as high jumper,
She jumped over three tooth-
pieks plaeed in a horizontal
Marie Sm-haaf and l-Ileanor
NVerner attended the a1111ual
eelebration Sunday of the
Third VVard. Marie was given
a paekage of spaghetti for
elinlbingr to the top of the
greasy pole, while Eleanor
reeeived a bottle uf olive oil
for singimr. "The Niea Biga
Dear Miss Vinovsky:
Is it neeessary to rise when
a lady older than yourself
enters the rooin before break-
Yes, Gen, always get up be-
Turns Down l'v0l'fllll0
"Love in a eottagre is bet-
ter than all the rin-hes in the
world." so says Marion Chris-
tie who has just turned down
a fortune ot 140,000 rubles,
and is marrying liollie Hod-
ges, who has been training'
hippotainuses to jump thru
ear rings for the past few
Advice to the Love-Lorn
My 1l12,lll beat ine with a
hose last night. Shall I
Yes, if he is too heavy to
take with you.
My wife walks in her sleep.
VVhat shall l do to prevent
Buy her ear dheeks.
My husband has been ly-
ing to Ine. He says he is 36
and l know he's 40. What
ean I do about it?
llose Helen Burns.
Cheer up. Maybe he lost
four years on aeeount of siek-
My 5.-:irl's father kieked me
out last night. WR- love each
other. Tell nie a means of
gretting into the house.
NVaIk in backwards and the
father will think you're eonl-
Mr. and Mrs. Usear Goels-
zer and the little Ones have
just returned froin a dying
trip abroad. They went as far
as Madison. Mrs. Goelszer was
formerly Seielda lllriekson. a
former blonde. Now she has
l'-lark hair. 'Tis very strange
how a change of elixnate af-
fects 0ne's coloring.
Miss Aliee Reynolds, one
tilne proni queen, is said to
have been eler-ted the Queen
of Sheba. She always had
winning: ways and I suppose
will be a regular heart-
breaker when she IlSl'E'll1lS the
It has been rnniored for
some tinie past that Miss Au-
drey Melndoe opened a kin-
dergarten of her own in Pa-
per Yalley. but we under-
stand she is about to marry
the King of Greeee.
Gretehen Haberiuehl is
preparing for her wedding
breakfast. She is getting the
tables eleared as everyone is
to bring his own luneh.
lluth Garbutt is entertain-
ing for all her c-lassnrates of
1923. Her future husband is
building' her at palatial lnan-
sion in the Sfllllllb of a tree
on the lake front.
lf You Believe lt, It's So
Hazel Kidd is in the Old
Elsie Wilson is selling ice
to the Iflskilnos.
.larry Weber has peroxide
blond hair and talse eye-
Evelyn lirodesser has be-
l'Ul1l6 a eabaret entertainer.
Dot Iltbfflllilll lost her
hands. but ean still play pi-
ano with her elbows.
Hlauehe Mueleinan is still
going: with the one uxan.
Marian Voss has lost all
her pep, and is oifering a
rewal'd to the one that tinds
Marg llaas, Mary Etta
ltonayne, and Genevieve VVolf
had a tight a11d have not
spoken in years. even though
they lnarried three brothers
froin the same family.
lluby .lat-obson suddenly
disappeared and was found
studying trees in Washing-
Josephine l'aehaly married
the l'rinee of VVales. She
inet him while dancing at the
Pickle Growers Ball.
llose Christensen kept the
seating plan from her Nature
Study elass and has chairs
arranged in her kitehen like
the plan, and takes roll eaeh
Virginia lleberlein had
searlet fever and her hair fell
out. Now she has light, per-
feetly straight hair.
Catherine Hayniaker has
opened a sehool for ent-ups.
Helen Donahue has a low,
heavy voiee as a result of be-
ing out in the fog.
Leona Hein stopped for a
set-ond to draw breath before
she eontinued speaking.
Mary MeManus has stopped
vainping: the inen as she did
Florenee May h:1s develop-
ed a disposition like an old
Marian Frowley for::0t to
doll up yesterday.
Grave Mt-Dermott owns her
own gyin outtit.
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p X V
Auetionear-Honest. and re-
lined. Party is leaving for
lVaterford and is desirous of
dispensing with all of his val-
Among other anteeks he
has an interesting collection
of ever-sharp pencils and club
Sold at a saeritiee by
Manftlrey haired. medium
sized with pierl-ing eyes, to
assist Ulga Maurice and Dor-
othy Stangel in writing their
famous book entitled, "A
Guide to Pram-tice 'l'eaehing,"
in 2 volumes.
Boy-Between ages of 34
and 47 years to take my right
hand and guide me along the
path of roses. Call early as
my husband might be home.
Girls - Professional Star-
gazers to help Margaret Ro-
gan, Helen Sholl and Dorothy
Parker in their astronomical
observation of the Chocolate
Don't apply unless you 4-an
explain all the points of a
Call Angle X Y Z.
Girls-Over 15 with high
sf-hool education to assist
George Keller in his new ex-
haustive study of the ques-
tion: "VVhy do they all fall
Port YVashington girls pre-
Anyone-To invent a Lis-
tenoseope whieh is portable
and easily ereeted.
Owing to the fact that the Trivoli
is a good show and advertises
our paper we in turn advertise
Program for the !Veak
Mon.--Eleanor Dwyer in
XVed. - "l'aul"-KNIEF
"Gretchen" explain the miss-
ing link of the VVeiner VVor1d.
Direct from Sausage Co.
Fri. - Horace Kittens-
"Clog Dancer," will give les-
sons to all cripples in the au-
Sun.-K ing Tut Toodle-
G ra e e Fradenburgh ju s t
brought this back from Egypt.
Marie Krumme will also
perform. She will danee the
Listenin' in on the Radio
YV A A C
The best lec-ture ever heard
over the radio was delivered
by Gordon Strathearn. It is
perfeetly wonderful how he
has learned to manipulate his
hands. livery vibration of
the sound waves disturbed the
air in sueh a way that we
1-ould almost see Gordie as he
was in ihe days of long ago.
C R K A
lt was always very hard
for Gordie to address an au-
dienee without heeoming
fussed and stammering over
various words. But since the
radio pil-ks up messages given
by the deaf and dumb method
Gordie is considered a whizz.
WV C C A
Another number on this
program rendered last night
was a triplet by Evelyn
l'rendergast, a ditty en-
titled. "VVhy Fatlu-r's Glass
Eye Don't lVater." She was
assisted by Rose 1'ol1ins,who
played the string beans.
C Z K A
A third number was a solo
danre by Miss Vera Downey,
at one llllle known to be as
graeeful as a fai1'y seen three
fll0llS2lllll miles in the dis-
Grave Connors rendered
some songs in perfect agony.
One would think she was
either cooling soup or ped-
W' K A A
The program was con-
eluded by a eorn 1-ob pipe and
organ duet by Adell Siegler
and I. Dreadit.
Assembly Program for Mil-
Adviee to Students-Stay
Monday -Address, "From
tl1e bottom to the top-by an
elevator boy"-Sylvan Zwei-
Tuesday- Song revital-
Mme. .lanet Jones of Metro-
politan Opera Co.
H1-dnesday - Address --
"Evils of Gum Chewing," Rev.
Thursday - t"ommunity
singing under leadership of
Prof. Fred Sr-hneider of Mu-
Friday - Educational tilm
-"The Madness of Lovej'
starring Annyee Levinsky.
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NORMA IC. ACI-IICSUN, I'l'llll2ll'y
"Acl1ie" Buy View
Goml Fellowsliip I,e:1g:1u-. Vtopizl. l'l'i'
llI:lI'y Suplmulore t'nuuCiI.
IIAROIJJ U. AUIITIGNIIAGICN,
Art l'IuIv. Ellglish Uluh. All-'Il,S 1'Iuln.
MA R I IC I IIGLICN AC K Eli. Gl'2l111I1lil1'
Guuzl Fellmvsllip I4l"2lflll0I tiilmlwuns Clubg
Zeimhin I,ite1':11'y Society.
EIDNA M. M'YIil4IRKNlCl,'lIT. Nm-iual Arts
Art Students' 1"IuI1. Gmail Fellowship
AI,Il'l'I AIJHRMAN, G1'2lIllIIlilI'
"AI" , GFGSIIEIIII
Key Klub, Good Fellowship League.
IGDNA AIJERMAN, Deaf
Good Fellowship Lezlgrue. l'Iiilocu1vI1iz1,
Key Klub, T1'ez1su1'e1' l'I1iIoC0phia.
Il0R0'I'IIY I.. AILICN, Priiuury
Y. XV. U. A.. Good Fellnwsllip League.
LUIS ALBION, I,1-ttvrs and S'Ci9l1C9
"Imp" North Division
Science Vluh. Treble FII-f Vlub. Le Cel'-
Cle Fmllqzlis. Eliglish Club. lVeekly Echo
f ffl .cv
I K N
- If Xixgx
- ' ', f N 'V 1
gal ..-.- - f' W Qmmbqx
MICTA HlCl,l-IN AMANN. IillldPl'Q.'2ll'Ill1l lIll,llI'R ANIDICRSUN. Norxuul Arts
l'1'z1i1'ie du f-'llll'll "Andy" Sll1N'1'i01'
Ligeu. Iillldl1l'Q.'Zll'ft'll Association. Good Smocfk Club. Art Stucleuts' l'lub, Good
l"e-llowsluip League. lfvllowsllip LGZIQIIIU.
SARA AXIPICIUCGG. I'1'il1l:l1'y .l4lSl1ll'HlNl'I ll. ANIIRICS Hfnllllllill'
"Sally" Algoum "Jo" lloly Angels .ACZIGPIIIY
Good Fellowsllilr lmlglle. I7l'ZlIll2lfiC Vllllb. Gibbous Vlulb. Good Fel-
lowship League. lflliglislx Club. Key Klub.
Idllllil, Girls' .AllXlli2ll'1'. l'resi4le11t Grum-
uuu- SHlbll0lll1ll'0S. lflxe-Cutive B02l1'd of
Gooal Fellowslliln IAQZIQIIUZ Secretiwy
Gl'2lllllll2ll' I'1'im:11'y l"1'eslum-n. S1-uior 1'luy.
GNYICNI Pl PLY N JANE A HNI DT. lbwlf
"Gwen" South liivisiuu
Y. VV. l'. A., l'l1iloco1ml1iu. Good Fellow-
ship LEil.LIll0. lfllmlelpllizl. XVesley Ululr
I'lld6l'Q'1'1lllll2lft' Representative of Y. W
l'. A. '22-'23, Vice-l'resi1lel1t Wesley Vlulr.
IIAZICI. ll. l'lAlJl'l. l'l'llll2l1'y
"Be-tsy" Rig livud
Y. WV. G A.. Good Fellowsllip lmzlglw
l.l4I1lNARlb S. ISARIRY. Letters K Science
"lim-i11k" Rive rside
I,l'2llll!ltiC Vluln. l.e Fercle l"1'zu1q:1is.
.luugrlv l.ez1g.:ue. Tl'PElSlll'9l' llrzuuutic Vluln.
I7l'2llllZlflC. Fl'0llCll. and f'1lI'lSflll2lS Plays.
Glev Ululr. f'0lllllll'l'C0 Cluln. Meu's Club.
lCl,l'IANUR l,Ul'ISlC RARTA. G1'z11u1u:1l'
Zeuohiu Gibbous Club. Good lf'e-llowsllilx
I.e:lp:ue. President Zeuohiu. Tl'9HSl1l'0l'
Z1-uohizl. SOCl't'fill'X-Tl'02lSlll'0l' Gl'2lllllllIll'
X "lug Yf'-Ex ,
l.Al'l!lfIT'l'A lflI.IZARlC'l'H lflASSl4Z'1"l'. MARGGARWI' IL l2AI'l'lR. Gl'2lllllll1lI'
Sfllflx Glulclvtl "Mll2S" U1l1'flFS
'9l"""'1S "1""- Allxullc .xxx n-xI'M.xN. sm., 1:1-mlm
1g1gA1gL 1gAgg'MAN. q'1,u,lm,1'Q0 Howl l"vlIuwsl1ip I.61lL'Illt'.
hstilllllkq Kisllilu-V. Russia
Men! Vluh. AI2lHl0lll2lflC'S Vlnlf, l'01'0lv
l".XIT1I l!Al'MGAl!'l'Nl'lR. l'1'i111z1l'y MARIE ILXKICK. Kil11l01'g:l1'tvl1
M1n11'of- Eau Claire
Flin. Huml lfollmvslliln l.Q-nglw. Kinder-
MY1:'1'1,E l'IlDl'l'll IiEl'K. lu-ilmu-y ff""te" MS"f'mf"'n'
"l!eCki0" XVQSY Ilivisiun
Hood Fvllowsllip I4-sugrlle. MARION I.0I'ISlC HEIILINH. Glilllllllill'
"BlRl1'ilDIl., Holy Angels ACZIIIPIIIX
Gihlwvlls Vlulv, Gund l"vllmvsl1ip I.1-zlgrlle,
Girls' .XllXiliill'X. .
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' 5-xxx '
M A D W, -2. Ns ,Mx
ICIINA CX RELITZ, State Graded MARY V. BIGNIIICL. P1'illl2l1'X
"Blitz" Cleveland Athens
Good Fellowship League. Good Fellowship League. Zenohia.
VORINNE li. HHMIS. Music Supervisors AllIt'li BERGQVIST. Priniary
VVuupaca "Al" Ironwood, Mich.
Stillman-Kelly Club. Orcln-stru. Girls' Good Fellowsliip League. Girls' Glee
DANIEL BICRGSMARK. State Graded
"Ilan" South Division
Men's Glee Uluh. Truck Tezun.
AMY BEYER, Norinnl Arts
Art Students' Club, Sniock Vluh, Good
ARTIIVR lil. BIIDNICY, Manual Arts
Art Cub, Men's Cub.
I-IILEEN BLAFKICY. Letters K Science
"Blackie" South Division
Good Fellowsliip League. Girls' Aux-
iliary, Pythia. Drainatic Uluh, President
Pythia. Secretary Pythia. Vice-President
01-atorical Assoication '22, Debate Team
23. Vliristnias Play '21, Humor Editor,
Echo Weekly. Editoi'-in-ffliief Echo An-
nuzll. Ivy Orator.
7596? 1: I
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lr' .KK -,-xxx ,
H kwji .. I H H 4 K b
ESTHER IRENE BLOM, Kindorgarten
L'Besser'i St. John's Cathedral
Erodelphia, Good Fellowship League,
Gibbons Club, Girls' Auxiliary, Kinder-
garten Association. Drzunatic Club,
French Flub. Secretary I'YI'2l1lliliZiC Club.
TICRESA M. BLOTZ. I'1'i1na11'y
Gibbons Flub. Good Fellowship Leaguv.
FIA DRICNCIC E. HUICH Rl NGER,
"Flory" Two Rivers
Ki11de1'g:m't.o11 Association. Good Fellow-
VALIAIILIA BUGDA, l'1'imnry
"LilI'I'il-'v North Division
Gibbons Club, Good Fellowship IA-agile,
HARRY VV. l'IOLl.INGlCR. Manual Arts RVTH RUNNER. Prininry
Sharon "Ruthie" Uconto Falls
Good Followship Ilengllv. Ligva. Presi-
df-nt N. C. 1. GHlllllllill'-l'1'illlilFX Juniors:
U"'IS'47 HON' Gmlmmu. i'l'illl'll'V Xdvisorv Founcil
"Bonnie" Kenoshn ' ' ' ' ' '
Key Klub. Y. XV. P. A.. Good Fellowship
L9fl2l10, Librarian Key Klub. IRENIC IG. BURN. IfiIld9l'jItlI'it'll
"S'kylvo" North Division
Good Fellowship League. Y. W. U. A..
Kindorgnrton Assoc-intion, I'i'Olliil, Kinder-
garten Hnskotlmll TOIllll.
X K x. X
4 'N ,
. S .
Ir' X-Xxx '-
I'I.XROI,IP IIUNVIGN, I.l't1lxl'S and Scivucv MIIJDHICII HRIICN, Ki11d01'::1l't+-I1
NW-st IDiViSi4bl1 Norway. Mich.
Mc-11's Vlnlv. Hihhulls Fluh, IfillIll'l'LI2ll'f0ll Associa-
tion. Good 1"vllowshi1+ I.e-213110.
ULIVIC IUNI-I HRAIJICR. l'l'i1ll2l1'X
"0Iliv" South I,iViSillll l4IYl4Il.YN I'!IiU11lGSSlC1L Kil1dv1',2zll'f+'l1
Gund Fvllmvsllip Imalguv "Ex", Rivvrsidv
Vliu. Ki111le1'g:z11':4-11, ASS1K'i2ITiUll. Gmnd
AIDELA HIIVIC. Pl'illl21l'y IiS'l'I'ZI,I,Ii HI'E'l'NlCIi. liilidi-'l'Q.f2lI'tl'll
"Lo1'k" IboFo1'vst IQ4-'NV2lHll6Q"
Good Fellowship I,ez1g11v. Y. NV. 0. A., Y. W. C. A.. Girls' Anxilizlry.
Rl"l'H liI'IlGMAN, Hl'2l1lll1l:l1'
YVAI,'l'ER A. RI't'HlIOI.Z. Stzltv Grands-d "'l'opsy" North Division
"R0nkie" Kingston Z1-nuluial, Good Fellmvsllip I,v:lg:ue.
Monk Club. Give Vinh. I'1'0sidv11t State
Graded l+'1'esl1111:1n Class.
l lj" ' ' xixx ,
xv YYQ' '-.5 ' ,
li. I'ATRll'IA BI'IiNI4I'1"1'l4I. l'l'i1112ll'X VERA A. BVRNS. l'1'i1ll2lI'X
"l':1t" Mziriuvtte "I':lll'llS9X-l Hlullcllznmlville
Gilmlmus Ululn. Gnodfl-Ilowsllip I.c-agile. Gilvlmlls. Gmnl F0ll0WSl1iI1 110212119-
RHSIC HI-Il.I-IN BVRNN. I'l'i11l2ll'X .XXl'l'.X H. l3I'TSl'lllCR.
Holy Augm-ls ACZIUPIIIY Ll-tts-rs and Sail-llcv
Gilmluous Ululn. Thzllia. llistory l'lul1. "Nitz" XVZISIIUIXUDII
Girls' Auxiliary. Gund Fellmvsllip I.e:1guu. 5IZlfll0lllilliCS l'lulv. Le l's-rn-lo I'1'a11q:1is,
llilxlwms t'lulr. Gund Felluwsllip League,
Vnllogv Girls' Baslivtlmll 'rl"Zllll.
JANE BI"l'TLI'IS. Letters and Science IGLYIRA l'ARI,SUN. Gl'2l1lllll2lI'
Riverside "IClviv" Smith Division
Le Vs-rclo F1'2lllQiliS. Pytllizl. Girls' Auxiliary. Y. W. U. A.. Gund Fel-
luwsliip lmagne. lfI1'odvlpl1i:1. l'l'9Sld6'llf Y.
MAHf:,xRI1:'1' iz. c'.x1nu.xN, In-imm-,V f"q,SfE""in"2' S"j'1"'1l"""i flmss' Y-
l.Gum,im,, Casco . . . . :I mlet. . tmlant 1 ouncil.
Gilslvons Club. Gund F1-llmvshill l.vzi::1w.
MAR I I-I'l"l'A li. PARK. I'l'llllill'y
timid Fffllnwsluilr lmnglw.
'fag' mf .
L fs 'ik
1 xxx V
X N xx wi' xxx '-
, H p, we 2,2
' A Riagg' " h tt lib A-.
Xa--e .Jim 1' . f 'Ex '-
MARY JAl'QI'l'll.INI'l VARRIGAN, 1'lLS'A l'A'l'IIERINI'l CARSTICX, Pl'illl21l'y
State Graded "Blondy" Medford
XVashington Good Fellowship League.
Good Fellowship League. Gibbons Club.
Key Klub. l'l1ilatl1ea. SOC1'0l'2ll'j'-Tl'0dSlll'0l' MHAFRED CASS Hiuh School
State Graded Group. mfimmludel, '
l-ILINUK K. t'ARROI,L. 1'l'l1llfl1'y
"Ellyn Holy Angels Academy
Good Fellowship Leagueg Clio: Gibbons
Club, Girls' .Xl1Xlll2ll'j', Vice-President His-
KATHRYN F. CAVHY. Kindergarten ESSIE CHRISTENSEN. State Graded
Holy Angels Acadeiny "t'l1riStie'i Rio
Gibbons Club. Good Fellowship League. Key Klub,
Baseball Team, State Graded Basketball
AMELIA I'. FHAFIQY. I'1'illlill'y
Ilistory Club. Good Fellowship League. MAHIUN IRENE CHRISTIIC. 1'I'i1na1'y
"t'l1ristie" West Division
Iduna. History Vlub, Good Fellowship
League Board. Vice-President and Presi-
dent of Iduna, TI'92lS1lI'GI' Good Fellowship
League. Treasurer Gl'2llllllltl1'-I'l'illl3.l'y
Juniors: Treasurer History Club.
-4 . NA .
75 lit' .,
W K Y
SYLYIA l'lll"l'KOXV, l'1'i111:1ry
HSN" North Ibivisiou
Good Fellmvsliip. Girls' Auxiliary.
l"l.ORENl'I'I i'I,Il-"l'. I'l'llllilI'j'
'fhllliih Good Fellmrsllilu lwlglle-.
MAH M. 4'Gl,l,lNS. lii1xde1'gz11'rv11
Flin, Girls' Auxiliary. Gilvlvous Club.
Gund Ifvllowsliip League. IiiIldQ1'g2lI'f0ll
Asmvizltiolx. Ivlllllll Voilvil.
Gl!Al'l'I VUNNUHS. 1'1'illlill'y
"Haley" Green Buy
Flin. Gnml l+'vllmvsl1ip l.1-zlglw. Girls'
.Xl1xili:1l'y. Gilnl uns.
GlGR'l'RI'lllC li, VUTTUN. X0l'I1lillAl'fS MAIUAN ip i'RUWI.lCY. liilld91'gflFf0ll
"GMT" South Division "I-!z1l:e" Riverside
Smock t'lul'. Good Fvllmrsliip lmzlglle-, lfllmlellzllizl. Gilmlmus Cluln. Gund Fellow-
Art Students' l'lulv. ship lmalgllv. Y. W. l'. A.
GIAIWS VILXBIICII. IiiI1dQ1'22ll'f0ll I-Il.lZAl3l-ITII J. VVMMING. Iii11dQ1'g2l1'f0ll
"Glad" JIIIIGSVHIQ' "I1vtty" Racine
Kilxdergzlrtvu Associzltion, Ligezi.
'l'ra-lilo Ulvf Club, Ifillll0l'gIill'fl-'ll Asso-
cintiml. Gund If:-llmvsllip l'.eug1w.
, 41, A A
ELOISE MARIE CVRRAN, Priniary
Good Fellowship League.
ESTHER A. CRONIN, Priinary
"EstiXs" Lake Geneva
Gibbons Club. Girls' Auxiliary, Good
Fellowship League. Prilnary Council,
Treasurer Primary Group.
MILIJRIGIJ VVSIUK, Music Supervisors
Stillman-Kelly Club. Orchestra. Vtopia.
LAVRA IDACHOW. l'1-iniary
"Shorty" South Division
Girls' Auxiliary. Y. XV. C. A., Good Fel-
lowship Leazue. lirodelphia. Secretary Y.
NV. I". A.. Tl'l'2lSlll'6-'l' l-lrodelpllia.
FLORENUE DALLVVIG, Kindergrarten
Iduna, Kindergarten Association, Good
BERNICE DELANICY. Priniary
Clio, Girls' Auxiliary, Good Fellowship,
Fnion Vodvil, Gibbons.
UATIIARINIAI IIELAVAN, Deaf
"Oath" Sheboygan Falls
Good Fellowship League, Gibbons Club,
Philocophia, Treble Clef Club, Ligrea, Sec-
ROY L. DIC R00. Letters and Science
Senate llebating Club. l'lng.:lisl1Club,
Men's Club, lflditor-in-Chief Echo Weekly,
Debate Team, Secretary Senate Debating
Club, Men's 'Club Executive Board, Stu-
dent Council. Assembly Prograni Com-
mittee. Vlass Historian.
1 4 l
W 1 X.,-X
LILLIAN DIEDRIl'KS', I'1'in1a1'y CATHRINE DOCKRY, Ki11de1'ga1'ten
"l leeds" Manitowoc
Good Fellowship League. Secretary-
Treasurer N. C. 1. Gfilllllllil1'-l'l'illlfll'y
Juniors: l'1'in1ary Advisory Council.
ELLEN E. IDISCH, l'1'illl2l1'y
Good Fellowsllip League. Vtopia.
"f'appi" Green Bay
Good Fellowship League Executive
Board, Student Council, Gibbons Club,
Kindergarten Association, Iduna, Treble
Clef Club. Girls' Auxiliary, Vice-President
Senior Kindergarten Class.
FLORENCE M. DOPKE, Kindergarten
Vtopia. Kindergarten Association, Good
MARY L. IIOMBRUWSKI, I'ri1nary
Good Fellowsliip League, l'I1'odelpl1ia.
VERNA IJUXVNICY. Primary
"Vern" St. John's Cathedral
Gibbons Club, 1':l'0dQlIll1i2l,Il1'2l1ll2ltiC
MARGFERITE M DREVVS, Kindergarten
Kindergarten Association. Treble Clef
Club. Ligea. Good Fellowship League, Sec-
LEONA DRIES. State Graded
. . k
. QQ, X-X ,-
xff' 2 ,, .. may fl' .
lf2I.ANi'lflG IDWYICIL P1'l11l2ll'y VICICONA lCl'KAR41lT, KlIlil6l'2.T211'f6ll
Almzl Uenter "Vern" Slxebnygnn
Iii11cl'e1'ga11'te-11 Association. Good Fellnw-
VLARA EHLING- Gmmmm, ship l.0Zl2ll0. Vtnpia. Girls' Auxiliary.
Zeunhizl. Y. XV. F. A., Gnnd Fellowship IGIDNA M. lCIt'HI'Il., lii1lfl9l'jIill'U:ll
Lezigue. S'ecl'et:11'y Zennluia. "Eddie" Beaver Dzun
l'tnpi:u. Iilllflt-'I'X2ll'fCll gXSSOCl2ll'l0ll.
HliATRll'I'I S. lCl,Kl-Ilt'l'. IilIlll91'gtl1'tl-'ll l'I,A JANE l'll.XVICl,I.. Gfilllllllill'
"Be-0" Nnrth Division "l"' Sturgeon Bay
Kimlc-1'g:1rton Assncizltinil. Y. XV. t'. A.. Aglzlizi. Grzllnllnai' Basketball Team.
t'A'l'IIlf1R INN A. ICNWRIGHT, P1'llllIl1'y
LYIPIA V. lCl.I,lGNl!l4I1'KlCli, Primziry "Kato" St. J0lll1,S Cathedral
"I.y1l" Thieusville Gnnml F1-llnwsllip League. Flin. Girls'
Gnnd l"ellnwslxip League, Pliilrltllezl,
AllXlll2ll'A'. Gilvhnus Flub. Secretary Gnnd
194-llnwsliip Leapzne. Vice-l'1'0sidm1t Flin.
l'r4-sidellt l'lin. Student ilnuueil. SeC1'et:11'y
Stmln-nt Vnuncil. Hnnnrary Member Gund
lfvllnwsllip l.v:lg11e Executive Hnzlrd.
CJ, i Y V V 5,-K
I X JET '
l'l.AI!ll'E MIl.lJRl'llb ERDMAN, Primary S'ICIlfII.llA J. ERIUKSUN, l'rimury
"Flor" Horicon "Hinges" South Division
ldulm. Good Followsllip Leaguo. hluna. Y. XV. P. A.. Girls' Auxiliary,
Good Fellowship Loaguv, Treasurer Y. YV.
ELANURE L. ERDMANN. Primary F. A.. S9Cl'9f2ll'y Gllllllllllll' Primary Fresh-
"Sis" Horicon men'
lduna. Good Fellowship League.
ROSICNA M. FAGAN, I'1'illl?l1'y
Gilrhons Ulub, Good Fellowship I.e-zlgue.
1'.X'l'l'll'IlilNl'I FARLICY. IilIld91'Q'3I'l6I1 lf'I.0liliNl'l4Z FICLIHMAN, G1-11111111211-
"l'l1-E" South Division Wuuzokn
Iii111lo1'g:11't1-11 Association: Good Fcl- Y. XV. 1'. A.. Girls' AllXi1l2ll'y. lirodel-
lowship IA-'2l5Illf'. Girls' Glve Vlulv. liro- lllllil.
lllfllllllil. Gilulons Ulnlv. SOCl'QfHl'y Giblnolls
"'u"- S"C1'fx'1"'Y El""Ml"'lf'- ezlcvl-:V11':x'11: NI lf14:1.1:1c1: 1'1-imal-y
l4lVl'1I.YN lf'lilNlTlCRG. l'l'llll2ll'X Vtopiu. Good lfs-llmvslxip Lllllillll-X.
"Bvio" XVUM Division
Mvnorulx. Good lfn-llowsllilu L02l5.'Ill9. liro-
dvllmllizl. Girls' Auxiliary. Svc1'efz11'y Me--
' . 'Ni -klxx
" ,,f -- 'L I
XJ Y we he Mfg, f or G
YICNIUIC FELLOXVS. Gfilllllllill' CLARA IC. FIGVEII, Kindergznrtell
Algonm South Division
Good Fellowship League. Iiill1l91'gill'fPll Association, Good Fellow-
VERA A. FLAHICRTY. Gfillllllllll'
Sllehoygalll IIALPHENIC FINNEGAN, Ifi11d01'gflI't911
Zeuolvizx. Good Fellowship League. Gila- 'fllellv Riverside
hons Club. Gibbons Club. Good Fellowship I.ez1gue,
MAVDIC FLORIDA, Gfilllllllill' MRS. l'lDl'l'll FOSTER. Glilllllllill'
"Juliet Xvllllflllll Stanley
Good Fellowship League.
IDURTHA B. FOXVLER, G1'i11ll1113.1'
AVDRICY FOUTIC, Letters and Science "Susie" Wuslxington
Washington Idunn. Good Fellowship Lea,f:,ue. Girls'
Pytlliu. Good Fellowship League, Girls' Auxilizlry.
Auxiliary. Le Cercle Fraxlczlis, Echo
A -fx .
Hn Q .
, . Yi?-.N .
GRAUI-I A. FRAlblGNliI'RGIl.
Letters and Science
Y. YV. C'. A.. l'ythi:1. Lal 'f0I'tllli2l. Good
Fellowship League Board, Vice-President
Pythian. Weekly Echo Stuff, Literary Edi-
tor Echo .Xlll1llZl1.
ALYCIC FREEMAN. Kindergarten
Kindergzlrteli Association. Hood Fellow-
MAH FRl'II'lbEN. l'l'll1l2lI'y
Y. XV. C. A.. lhotlelphia.
IIICLICN M. FRIAR, Grzunnlur
Holy Angels Academy
Idunu. 1Yl'21llliltiC Club. Gibbons Club.
Good Fellowship League. Girls' Auxiliary,
Gilxlvons Ululv. l'reSiden't Gibbons lllub.
AI,'IQl4ZI,lA FRIICIILI, Kilidergurten
Iillllll'1'X2ll'U'll Association. Good Fellow-
ship I.eng:1u-. Ftoluia. Girls' Auxiliary.
Letters and Science
"Jerry" North Division
English l'lulv. Pythizl. Le Cercle Fran-
gnis. Gibbons Vlulr. Good Fellowship
League. French Play. Vice-President Eng:-
lish Club. lflcho Annunl Stuff.
RVIIY ANN HAl1ltIl'Zl,SUN. 1'1'll11ill'y
Girls' Auxiliary. Good Fellowship
League. Y. XV. l'. A.
IIICLICN GAFFNICY. G1':1111111z11'
Good Fm-llowsllip League: llrzuiiutic
Club. Girls' Auxiliary. Idunzl. President
Hood Fellowship League.
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ALIVE l'. GAILIGAN, I'1'i1lli11'y
Gililmns Club, Clio.
ICVTH ALIVE HARHVTT. High School
Vtupiu. English Ululv. Vuion Vmlvil.
Good Fellowshilv League, Secretary High
School Group, H0011 Fellowsliip League
AGNES GARIAHV. P1'illl2l1'y
Hood Fe-llowslllp l,9iljlllP. Hihllmis l'lub.
WINIFREIP GARUT. . I'1'i111a1-y
"XVinuie', Grven Bay
Hood Fc-llowsliip lA'2i5.'flll'. 'l'l12lli3. Vice-
MAREL ELIZABETH GEHL, Pri111a1'y I-'l.UHENl'E GELLER, P1-i1mu'y
Hartford "P0g:g:ls" AVOCZI
Good Fellowship League. Aglziizl. Y. NV. C. A., Good F1-llowsllip
JUSEPIIINE GEIGER, Letters K Science
"Jo" Riverside HI-IR'1'IiI'IrE GENIESSE. P1'llll2l1'j'
Good Fellowsliip lmilgllfl, Le Curcle "Goo" ESCZIIIEUIZI. Mich.
l'll'2lllQ2llS, La Tertulisl. Gibbons Vlulv, Ligezi.
, X l, ' 'NX
HHLICN H. GICTZIN, Graimiiai' MARGARET GIBSON. Gl'3I1lllltl1'
Bay View Rriggsville
Good Fellowsliip If-zlglie, Pllililtllllil, Y. Good Fellowship Loague.
W. V. A.
ELINOR VIOLA GIESIC. l'1'iu1a1-y
NATHALIIC M. GIBR, Ifilld6l'g2ll'ft'l1 "Bul1bles" South Division
"Nath" Aiuberx Good Fellowship League.
'l'1'0l1le Ulvf. Killli91'gill'tQl1 Association,
Gilllious Club, Erodelpliia.
OSCAR GOEIZICIQ. f'011l1ll0l'C6' l4Zl'ICI.YN GOLDEN, Primary
"i:l'i"ZlN4:'., Rive-1'siflv "Eve" Manitowoc
l-,11 'l'G1'tuli11, UM' Full, Sigma Iflqfil l'l1i, Good F4-llowsliilu IA-'2lgll6, Menorzili,
l'!z1ske-tllall Mz111:1go1', I'1'vside11t Lu 'l'e1'- Girls' AllXill2l1'Y. Recordiiig Secretary Me-
IZVI-ILYN N. GOICSSLING. l'l'illlZll'y AIPELINE G0l'RI,HY. I'1'in1a1'y
live" South Division South Division
I-I1'odPl11l1i2l. Good Fellowship Iiezlglle.
Gi'll0I'2ll l'l1z1i1'111:111 l':l'0llf-llllllifl Imlic-Q.
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.10SEl'11 J. GRIMM. Pre-Medic
"1 mc" Riverside
bI3f1l0lllilf1CS Club, D14-!1l'S Vlub. lP1'fll1l-
zltic Club. Pro-Medic Club. Science Club
1'AI'LlNE GRUGAN. 1'1'illl211'X
npillllu Our Lady of Mercy Academy
Good Fellowship Lx-z1g11e. Gibbous Club.
HELEN GR1'EBXER, IqiIld91'glll't43l1
Iil1ld6l'1IEl1'tQ11 Association 5 Good Fellow-
ship League. Girls' Auxiliary. l'topia,
of Junior Ki114le1'gu1'te11 Class.
1"1,0RENl'E M. G1,'I1I! Ifilld91'g211't9l1
"Flo" South Milwaukee
Iillldl-'l',Lf2l1't9ll Association: Good Fellow-
ship League. Girls' Glee Club.
DOROTHY IIAZEL Gl'TI1. 1'1'i11uu-y
"Dot" XV9St Allis
Zfflllblliil. Good Fellowship League,
MARGARET HAAS, l'l'l11lRI'y
"Marge" Our Lady of Mercy ACIIGEIIIY.
Gibbous Flub, Girls' Auxiliary. Idllllil.
Good lfellowsliip League.
NURMA M. IIAHERMAN, Iii11d9l'g2l1't6l1
Iil1ldl'l',2ill'ftP1l Association, Good Follow-
ship League, Ligrea, Vice-President Ligea.
BARBARA HABERMEHL, lfil1d6I',Lf211't911
"Bnrby" North Division
Iil1ldPl'9.!2ll't6ll Association: Good Fel-
lowship League: Vtopia, Y. VV. C. A.,
IfllldP1'Lf2ll'f9ll Raslzetlmull Tvaing Vice-
l'reside11t Y. VV. U. A.. Tvlllllll Vodvil,
XVM-kly Echo Stuff, Echo Auhuzll SHUT.
S . fk.
Letters and Science
"Gretch" North Division
Y. W. C. A.. Good Fellowship League.
News Editor. Echo Weekly, Echo Annual
Staff. College Juniors Basketball Team.
IRMA IIAEFS, Kindergarten
Girls' Auxiliary, Goodfellowship League.
ROSE IIANKIN, Primary
Good Fellowship Lea,-gfueg Aglaiu Me-
11o1-ah Society, Secretary Aglaia, Vice-
fTlf1l,lGSTE ANN HAREN, 1'1'illlQ1lfy
IGVIGLYN G. HART. Letters :Ind Science
"Ev" Buy View
3I2ltlll'llllltiCS Clulr. Le Cercle l"1'z111Qz1is.
Good Fellowship L02l,!llf'. l'2l1II'1lill of Col-
lege Bzlskethall Team '21-'22,
KATHRYN HAIITNICTT. Primary
"Kate" Richland Center
Gihhons t'luh. Good Fellowship League,
FLAIQA MARIE HAVE Y, Ifll1d6l'gIll't6ll
l'l1'odclpl1ia. Gibbons Club, Good Fellow-
ship League. Girls, Auxiliary. lillld91'gill.'-
RERNI1 'Ii H IC l .ICN HAYES. Pl'illlLll'j'
Idllllil. Good Fellowship League, Girls'
Auxiliary. Gihhous Club.
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t'.X'I'IllflRlNl-I HAYMAKICR. 1'l'llllZII'y JANE DENISE HAYES, Kindergartoii
"Kate" Washington Holy Angels Academy
Iduna Literary Societyg Good Follow-
ship League, Girls' Auxiliary, W01H9H'S
Party. Treasurer ldunu. Good Fellowship
Executive Board. Student Council, Pri-
lnary Advisory Council. Junior Prom Play,
Sophonnore Class Play. I'1-iniary Basket-
VIRGINIA MAE Hl4lHlflliLEIN. l'1-inlary
Iduna, Girls' Auxiliary, Good Fellow-
Kindergarten Association, Gibbons Cluh,
Good Fellowship League,
LICGNA MARIE HI-IIN. Priinary
"1 'leo' Waterloo
Good Fellowship League, Y. W. C. A.,
Aglaia. l'ri1nary Basketball Team. Y. W.
C. A. Cabinet, l'1'e-Sidcnt Aglaia, 1'rinm1'y
ILGSIC VLARINE lIl'll'.M. Iillldt'1'j.fil1'fGll
Good lfcllowsliip Lcaguc. Ivffllllil. Kin-
dcrgnrtcn Association. President Kinder-
RVTII MINETTE IIICLZ. Gfilllllllill'
Good Fellowcihip League.
l-IRWIN IIENSVIIIGI.. Lctters and Science
"I1Irv" South Germantown
Science Club, Monk Club, Pro-Mcdic
HIANFIIIC R. IIll.I.lKlCR. Prinnlry
"I'cs.:" Tunnel City
GoodAlfellowsllip I.f-uguc. Trcblc Clef
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Y G 4A Tk- YN.
M .1 tlwgibx " "i fn
t'T.AlRl4I IIOAIPLIGY. IiilldPI'gil1't-911 IRHNIG HALLBICRG, Gfillllllllll'
Bzmnboo Meuouiinee, Mich.
Treble Ulef. Girls' Auxiliziry.
LAVRA EDNA HOLLY. Grzilnluzll'
DOROTHY I-I. IIOFFMAN. Iiillll01'g2lI'fQ1l "I.olla" Alitigo
"Dot" Milwaukee Good Fellowship League.
Clio. Iilll1lE'I'22lI'f9ll Association.
MAR.lORl1IC IIUIAIICS. 1iilld01'gIll't9l1 MARGARET HONICYUOINIB,
"Margie" South llivisiou Ki11de1'ga1'to11
Ki11de1'g:1rtl-u Association. Good Fellow- "Honey" S'llll11Sbl11'g
Ship I.e-agile-. Ligen. Good 1-'ellowsbip League. Kindor-
GVRICNA R. IIUIJIHXN. 1filld91'g'2ll.'f911
STOIISIIIUJII IlOR0'l'HY li. HUUID. Grumiuzir
IiilldG1'9.f2ll't0ll Assoc-iutiou. Good Fellow- "Dot" XV2lShillj.'If011
Qllill Lfflglw. Troble Clef Club. Iduua. Dl'ill1l2lflC Club. Key Club, Girls'
Auxiliary. Good Fellowship LGSILIIIP.
'l'1'ons1l1'e1' Idunzl. I'1'i1ll2ll'j'-Glilllllllill' Jun-
iors Advisory Board: S9Ql'ota1'y ldunzl.
S1-C1'et:1ry N. B. I. Juniors. Vuiou Vodvil 1
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LILLIAN H. HORNIC. Gfilllllllill'
Good Fellowship League.
J ICAXNICTTE IIOVSICR.
Lettors and Scicnco
l'ythi:1. Lv Uorcle Francais, linglish
l'lnh. Good Followsllilir I.l'2l2,'l1f:'. Girls'
Auxiliziry. Echo VVeckly Stzlffg S1-c1'ota1'y
Ln- l'c1'clo Fl'1lllQ2llS. French and f'hl'iSU1lIlS
Plays. '22, College Bnskcrhall TGZIIN.
HENRY H. lll'lfll'lR. 1+l11gi11eo1'i11g
"limba" North Division
Ile-lm Signm Iiillillil, Englisli Club,
BIilfl1f'lll2ltiCS Clnh. Uross Connt1'y'21,
'l'l'92lSlll'0l' Milwaukvc Nornlal Engineers,
Men's Ulnh I-Zxecntive Board.
MARIE MIRIAM IIVHI-IR. Primary
"Micky" North Division
Good Fellowship 1192121115 l':I'0d9l1Di1i21, La
'l'v1'tnli:l. Mvnorah Society.
IIHROTIIY IC. IH'1Cl'Kl'IR, Iiiiirlf-1-g:z11'te11 liI'NIl'l4I M. IIASLITT. I'1'i1nzu'y
"Dot" La Crosse 'Al'ntcX" SfllI',L'QOIl Bay
lillldt-ll'Q'2ll'fl-ill Association. Good Fellow- Thzxlizl. Good Fellowship Leaglle.
IGSTIIPIR HICYIJIG. Music Supervisor
JANE HVGHICS. High School "Es" Wvst Division
Now Richmond Stillnmn-Kc-lly Vinh, Good Fvllowship
Gihhons, Good Fellowship T.ea:.:nc. l.va,2'nc. Gihhons Clnh.
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LOIS 1. IUKE, IfiIldGI'gElI'f6Il 4'l.ARA E. JOHNSON. Iiilld91'gi11't6ll
"LO" South DiViSi0I1 Marinette
Kindergarten Association. Good Fellow-
ship League, Thalia Literary Society.
RVBY B. JACOBSON, Priuiary
lduha, Menorah. English Club, Girls'
Auxiliary. Good Fellowship League. Pri!
umry Basketball Team, XVOIBPIVS Party,
Secretary Iduno. Priniary Sophomore Ad-
visory Vouucil. l'll2ll1'11lflll I'1'i1ll2ll'X Sopho-
more f'01lf0l'9l1C'P Arrangement Committee,
l'1's-sillent I'1'i1llill'y Sophomores.
Good Fellowsliip League, Kindergarten
Association. Treble Flef.
t'LAIilCNC'lG A. JOHNSON, High School
President High School Group. Men's
Executive Board. M4-11's Club.
HIGLIGN M. JOHNSON. Iiilld01'QZl1'l'0ll
Kiuder,f:a1'ten Association. Y. W. I". A.,
Good Fellowship League, Girls' Auxiliary.
LVUILLE E. JOHNSON, IilIldQI',f1ill't9l1
"Veal" East Troy
Good Fellowship League.
RAY F. JOHNSON. Letters and Science
"Duke" YVest Allis
Meu's f'lulv. S'0llZlf9 Debating Cluh. Le
Perch- Francais. Freucli Play.
RI'Tll L. JOHNSON, Gfilllllllill'
Good Fellowship League. Presideirt. N.
A. 1. Grammar Group '21-'22.
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Q1 Q i .. .f W-Pe, PX
'FIIORIIIS JOHNSON. lloof .lANlC'l' M. JONES. Music Supa-1'visors
Detroit Hnrlwor Riva-rside
Y. XV. F. A.. I'1'vSid0l1t l'llililCOIilllil. Stillmzui-Kznlly Club, Clio.
M.XIiGARl'l'l' S. JOHNSTON, lS'Alil4lI,I,A KAIN. I'1'i111:11'y
Lvtters and Science- BIlllV2lllk0P
"I'e,a:" East Troy Hood lfolloxvsliip Imzlgiw.
Mzntllelmltics Club, lin il'91'fllll2l. Gibbons
Vlnh. Good Felllmvsliip Lezigllc-.
t'I.Al!ENl'li KAMILATII. State- Gl':llll'd
Mou's Club. M1-11's Glvv Club.
ICVIGLYX Ii. KATZ. IilIl1l0l'gill'fl'll
"libs" North llivisiou
Bf2lfl19lllflflCS Ululm. Iilll1l0l'jI1ll'fPIl Asso-
tizltion, Hood F4-llowsliip Leugm-.
.lOSlil'lllNE KAFFFMAN. IilllllQ'l'Q.f2l1'tCll
Y. NV. I". A.. Good Fcllowsliip League.
Iii1ule1'g:11'tvn Associntioil. Tre-lilo Clef
HIQIOIQHIC W. KliLl.l'1lt Iligli School
Scivllcv Flulv. ll1'2llll2lflC l'luh. Ilvcora-
tions. .luuior l'i'om, llvcorzltions, Senior
M ,M A .ff-.X I
ANNETTE Kl'ZMl'l"lCH. I'1'llll:l1'y TIIERIGSA KERNS. Ki1ldQI'Q,'l1I't61l
South Division "Tres" WVost Division
I':I'OdPi1Pl1iil. Girls' .XllXiliil1'X, Good Fellowship
League. Ki11d91'g:11'ton Association.
ELVIRA A. KICRN. I'x'i11m1-y
lVvst Division EMMA D. KERSTEN, I'1'iI1l2ll'X
Thulin. flood lfollowsliip League-. "Em" Green Bay
Y. W. F. A., Good Fellowship League,
Thulin. Member I'l'illl2ll'y Council. Chair-
lllilll 1'1'iIll2l1'j' Group Ii.
HAZICL KIIDIP. IiiI1d9'1'g2l1't0ll MIGRYLE M. IQIICWIGG. Grzliliuull'
"IIf1zely" NVeSt Division Ii0XV2llll1l'l!
f'lio. Ki111lo1'g:u1'to11 Association. Vico- Y. VV. C. A.. Good Fvlloxvsliip LQRIQIIU.
DALLAS M. KILHY. Coiuiuerce
MICHAEL KIIZS. State Grzulod "Dal" North Division
"Mickey" R2l11L10111 Lake L21 Tortllliu. Sigma lwltzl Phi.
Il1'2l1ll.2lflC l'luh. Gibbous Club. Juuglv
League. BI9ll'S l'luh. 519113 Glo? Vluh.
President State Gl'Zld9d Group, BIUIIIIWI'
Meu's Club lixecutive Board.
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AIHICIAIIPIC M. KIHSVH. 1iilld01'QI2l1't6Il VOHINNIC KLINICII. l'l'i1l12ll'y
Port XVZlSlllligfOll lI2ll'S1lIi0lKl
'1'h:ili:l. Hihlmus l'111h. Iiil1d9l',!2ll'U'll As- Iii-zilimtic l'luIn. Girls' Aiixilizwy. Aglaia.
sucintiull. Hood I"Q-lluwsliip Imaglic.
ICLSIIC M. KLINKICH. Gl'Zllll11l2l1'
t'ICLI'IS'l'l4I A. KISTIGN, Kii1dvx'gz11'fc11 "KIiuk" New Lislmou
"Los" Kenosha Gmail IH-llmvsllip Lwlguv.
IiilldQl'22ll'f0l1 Assncintimi. Good Fellow-
ship I.:-ngnc. Y. XV. F. A.
I.I'UlI.l,l'I IHENIC KNAPP, 1'1-i1uary
"Neil" New Butler
Good Ifvllowship League.
EVELYN KNIk'KlflRBOCKRR. I'1'i111a1'y
Elwlclpliizl. SQ-c1'ctz1l'y and T1'Q2lSllI'6l'
GICICTUIIIGN IJ. KNIICF,
Letters and Science
Scioncc Vlnlr. Pythial. English l'1u-b, Le
Verclc Fl'2lllQiliS. Good Fellowship League,
I'l'l-Nidi-'llt I'ythia1. Sec1'cta1'y Eiigrlisll Club,
f'l1l'iSflll2lS Play '22, Echo Wmlclcly' Staff,
Assistant liditm' Echo Annual.
l'Al'L F. KNIEF. Lvtters :md Science
"I mc" NV2lSllillL!t0I1
Mvn's Vinh. Lo Uvrclc Francais, Echo
WVvckIy Stal? Slllltlffx Ilchating: Vlub.
f - 'X ,ax
IIl'IIHlI'l"l'A K. KXVIPSTAIJ. l'l'i1llRll'X ICS'l'IilCR F. KUICIIKH. I'1'i111z1l'y
"lim-liy" Argyle "ICS" Mzmitowoc
Y. W. V. A., 1211011 l"e1ll1m'sl1i11 I.62lLEllt'. Howl lf'11ll1n1'sl1i1m l.e11g111-.
VAIUPI, SICLMA Kill-1liNl'Ili. 1l1'a111111:11'
IIHCNIG M. K1r1'H. li111'z1l South Mil11':111kee
1101711 lfvllowsliip I,c:1,Q111-.
I,l'1'Il,l,lfI KOI'Ml'IIl'IIl. l.11ttv1's K S'Cl8llC9
GLAI PYS KIM MICR.
MYI,llItIilh l.. KRAMER. Ki111le1'gz11'te11
Flin. Good FQlltlXYSllill llililglltx. Kinder-
Q'2ll'f9ll .Xss11ci:1tio11. Girls' ,X1lXlIlIII'Y.
lil INA KRA I 'IRL Gfallllllillf
41111111 Fe1ll1111'sl1i11 I.11:1g11e. 'Preble Clef
1'l11lv. Girls' Auxiliary.
. X L S-
MILIJREI1 KRGHN. Letters :md Science
Blill'll9I1li.lllC'S Club: Cerclo Ifnulgziis,
Good Fellowship Leugrue.
MARNIE KRVMMIC. IilIld9l'22ll'tQll
A'lil'lll1l11lP" Fond du Luc
Clio. Good Fellowship Lflilglle.
IJUROTHY A. KVECK. liilldQl'5.f2ll't9ll
"I l01'Sl1', Janesville
Iillld01'2i1l'l'0ll Association. Good Follow-
ship League, Y. VV. C. A., Thalia.
DOROTHY M. KVICHN, High School
Mn thema tics Club, Aglain.
MYR'l'I.E 111. KVHBI. Ki11de1'p::11'tc11
"Me1'tzie" North Division
Klllil9l'gi11'lL'll Association. Good Fellow-
ship League. lilllll0l'Q'ill'll-lll Baskeltfbull
103111 32. 1. XX. C. A.. Iuiou Nodvll. 23,
VlCt'-l'l'6Sld1-'lll. lvffllllll. '22,
ICYNI 1 'IC K I 'NIllCIt'l'. 1ill1d91'22lx1't0ll
Kiude1'gz11'ton Association. Good Fellow-
ship League. Thulin.
THl4IRl'ZSA KVRTZ. State Graded
'tTress" Ironwood, Mich.
Gibbous Club, Good Fellowship League.
Pydou. Key Klub. Basketlmll. Baseball,
Food Fellowwhip Board. Student Council.
RI"l'II LAAHS. G1-a1u1nar
l'j'ill'21. Y. W. C. A.. Good Fellowship
League. Girls' Auxilizlry.
f .tu 0 N
N W 1 X,-
XQJ Niki XQ YN' wQ""'4'5x ., '74"-. G
ELIZABETH LANE, Ki11lii'1'LI2lI't6I1 HLIVE LAVMER, Gfilllllllill'
"Rett3"' Janesville "Ollie" Wausau
YERNA E. l,Al"l'ENBAK'H. P1'i11l2ll'Y
ELSIE J. LANGE, I'1'i1u:11'y "I'e-psy" Weyauwega
"L, P." Plylllljllfll Tllalia, Good Fellowship IiP2l,2,"ll9. Girls'
Good Fellowship League .xIlXlHHl'X, Svoretmy of Thnlia '23,
NINA LEE. Deaf
I'hiIOCOIllli2l. Good Fellowship League,
Erodelphizx. Girls' Auxiliary, Y. WV. G. A.,
Secretary E1-odelphia, S'ecret:u'y and
Vice-President Philacophiil, Echo reportei'
HAZEL A. LE FERVRE, Primary
Gibbons Club, Good Fellowship League.
MARIE LEHAN, P1'illl2lI'y
St. Johu's t"atl1ed1':1l
El'o1l'e11vl1i:1, Good Fellowship League,
Gibbons Uluh, Girls' Auxiliary.
RUHERT J. LENKEN. Engineering
Gilnlrous Club. "M" Uluh. M. N. E.. Sig-
mzl Delta I'l1i, l,l'0Sid9llt Sophomore Class,
Vice-Presidelit, Gibbous Club, Secretary
Me11's Club. Tl'92lSllI'61' M. N. E., Junior
I'rom f'O1llIlliff1-'9. Student Vouncil. Men's
Vluh Executive Board, Weekly Echo Staff,
Athletic Editor Annual Echo, Captain
Jungle League. Basketball, Vuiou Vodvil.
A 249 -
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MARILYN LESHIN. P1'i1llil1'y
Menorah. Good Followslxip League.
SYLYIA INA I,IiVl'I1lI41NZ. Iiil1d91'gi11'it'll
"Sliver" New Holstffin
Ligreal. Ki11cle1'g:a1'tv11 Association. Good
I'I4ZAI:I, LIGYIN. Glilllllllill'
Good l+'4-llowship Lvagiw.
GlGNliVlliVl'I IC. l.lfIVINlG. Iillldt'l'gIl1't9ll
Iiill1l0l'2,'ill'fl'll Association. Good Follow-
ship lmzlxlw, Girls' Auxiliary.
l,l+10N1'l W. LEVINE, Kindergarten
Kinde-rgarten Association. Good Fol-
lowship League, Girls' Auxiliary, French
l'lub. Spanish Club, Secrvfu1'y-T11-:1sl11'e1'
Spanish Club '22.
SICMANDA LICXVTON, Iii11d91'gi11't0ll
Treble Plef Club, Kindergarten Asso-
ciuitiou. Good Fellowship League.
AGNES R. LIIDHAL. l'l'i11lilI'y
Good Fe-llowship League. Gibbons Club.
xlfxlllili-ll' I'l'lIllill'j' Uouncil '22 :Ind 'ZZ3.
.TI 'NE l.lI.l.Yl LX III.. IfiIld9I'5.C2l1't61l
Clio, IiiIl1lPI',Lf2ll'fPl1 Association, Good
lfvllowslxip I,e:u:uP. French Club, Presi-
dent Senior Kill'd91'I2,'E1l'tQI1 Glass, French
Play '21 'QIL Iizlslcetlaull '23. Spring Fes-
H , X,
VERA LlTl"HI-IR. I'1'i11m1'y MILIIRICIP ANNA LURNNZ, I'1'i111a11'y
Fond du Lac "A. li." North Division
Gmul Fellowsliilu Imzigue. Gllill011SCll1ll. Zl'Il0l3lil. Gmail Fellmvship League.
Flin. 'l'1'0z1s111'ei' Gihhons Club '23, Secrel
. ,. 1- wr, - . p. v ' , v.,.,
mu tho 3-. Jumm lmm ftllllllllttlil ..-. VERA IMRIMER. Kindergartml
LIN-X DORIS' IXNQNNIAN- High 3011001 'l'l1z1li:i. Ki11de1'gzu'ten Asshciaitimi. Guml
HSll61'l0Ck,' Rivvrside Folluwsllilr Longile.
Psyclmlogy Uluh. l'l1ilz1tl1eu. English
l'luh. l'1'e-side-nt English Vhih.
IiI'l'Y LVCHT G1':11u111:11'
"Lou" North Division
Aglzliu. Y. XV. l'. A.
IRMA LI'l4IRt'llUW. 1'1'illl1l1'y
l'y1lva1. lmllllzltic Clllh. Y. XV. l'. A.,
Good Fellowsllip LQZIHIIP. Girls' Auxiliary.
I'II1EANUIiA ULARA I,lI'IID'l'KlC. P1'i1ll2ll'y
Gund lfvllmvslxip League.
lrllR0'l'IIY LVEHRING. Grfilllllllilf
"lint" North Division
Kvy Kluh. Zeuoleizl. Gmail Fellowship
I- '. I .
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5' v X XX
, 1 ,,1,. V -
ig ,. .. Webs, e FX .
LI41N0Iil'1 SHELL LVENZMANN,
Letters and Science
Good Fellowsliip League. Y. XV. U. A.
I-ISTHER LI'El'K. I'I'Illl2Il'y
Y. XV. U. A., Zenolria. Key Kluh, Good
Fellowship League. Basketball.
MARY LVTZ, State Graded
Good Fellowship League. Gibbons Club,
Key Klub, Basketball State Graded, Base-
lrall State Graded. Vice-President Key
Kluh. Uaptain Basketball Team.
IGI.lZABlC'l'H LYNI 'II, Primary
Good Fellowsliip League.
NELLIE LINEHAN, Deaf
Gibbons Club, Good Fellowship League,
MARION MCCANN, I'rin1a1'y
Girls' Auxiliary, Gibbons Uluh. Treas-
urer Thalia. Good Fellowship League, I'ri-
ICTHEL HELEN MNTORMIITK, Gfallllllill'
Gibbons Ulub, Philathea, Good Fellow-
I". i'LAIRl'I MCCI"l'I'II1'l0N, IiII1d01'g21I't9l1
Clio, Good Fellowship League. Kinder-
garten Association. Girls' Auxiliary,
Trelmle f'lef Cluh, Vice-President Girls'
f .Sf X
0 K X
3 i h.
f. W ' .
if N-'xxx .
Y'- ' N' M355
K 1 I.f'El,l.A K. BICGRATH, Pl'iI1l:11'y
GIIAFIG M. .x1m1f:RMo'1"1', l'1'1111a1'y nm Luv Chilton
59W BUH01' Good Fellowship LPZILKIIP, Gibbons
C'A'l'HI'lHINlC A. BICDUNNELL. Grilllllllill'
"Mac" Reedsbursx , 4. ,. ,
Gibbons Club. Good Fellowship Lozlgue, Ll IA M1 LLOIZQI mt . , Pummy
on-ls' Auxiliary. AJ" due
MARFIA MCVICAR, Kl1ld9l'g2l1'IQl1
Kindergarten Association, Utopia, Glee
l'lub. Y. XV. U. A., Good Fellowship
ELEANOR MAIJDEN, Grainniai'
"Madden" East Troy
Good Fellowship League, Philathea,
Gibbons Club, Basketball. S'ec1'eta1'y Phila-
thea, Vice-President Philathea.
JENNIE IIAZEL MADDEN, Prilnary
Good Fellowship Loague, Girls' Aux-
GLADYS MAEGAARIJ, Kindergarten
Y. W. C". A., Kllld6l'gi11't9ll Association,
Good Fvlloiwship League, Girls' Glee Club
'21 and '22,
L ,,,, Y-
ARTIIVR MARGOLICN. f'0llllllEl'C0 RVTHANN MATHICH. 1'1'i1llill'X
"Art" N0l"fll Division "l'v,2LT5',' Monroe
BI0llUl'Zlil. Moxfs Club. S1-nate Ilebzntiug Good Followsllip Lvzlguo. Gibbous Club.
Club. I Erodolpllial.
ICI,IZAl4l4Z'l'H PARK MAIi'l'lN. 1'1'i1nn1'y OLGA MAVRICE. High School
YV:1sl1il1gton Vniou Grove
I'l1il:1tho:1. Aglnizu. English Club. Gibbous Club.
FLURIGNC-111 N. MAY. P1'i1llil1'y
"Flossie" Ironwood, Mich.
rxgliliil. Y. W. C. A.. Glee Club. Good
Fe-llowsliip League. Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet.
JOSl'Il'lIlNlC MAYNARID. Gfilllllllill'
"Jo" Beaver 1521111
Good Fellowsllip l.e-agile. Pllilatllen. So-
I.I'CY IIICLEN METZ, I'l'i1ll2ll'5'
"Luv" Walshiugtou High
l'l1il:1rl1e:1. Good Fellowship League.
BLANCIIIG MEI,'I.EMAN, Ki11de1'g:u'te11
Clio. Girls' Auxiliary. Good Fellowship
League. Gibbons Club, IvI1iOI1 Vodvil, Kin-
de1'gu1'te-11 Association. Treble Clef Club.
J4w, ' " .
f hd pk
a 41, YF-.K V
E i T ,... H iiqmixbx .
IIARRIET MEYER. IiiIld91'Q,'2l1'U-'ll
LILLIAN I.I'C'II,E MEYER. I'1'iu1a1'y
Good Fa-Ilowsllip Leu gue.
MARIE A. MII,I.IC'R. I'1'illlil1'y
'ipllin Hay View
Good Ifollowslnilv Imzlmle. Vtopizl. I't0-
RI"l'H MILLER. Letters and Science
l,:u Trrtulizl. BIRIYIIGIIIZIHCS Club, Pythia,
Vice-I'1'1-sideut and President Mzltheuultics
Vluln. 'l'1'enS111'or l'ytl1i:1 '22, Vice-l'1'osideut
Ln 'i'9l'flliiil 'BEL
JVLIET MITTl'ZN. P1'iI11fl1'j'
'AJu1ie" South Division
Lifzml, History Club.
MARGARET T. MITTEN. I'1'i111a1'y
GI+lR'1'RI'DE E. MOHMIC. I'1'i11l2lI'j'
Good Fellowship League.
GVNHILID M. MULANIJER, BI2lI'illk'tt6
Killdvrgartvn Associutioug Good Fellqw-
4.1 , .
I .TNF 1? x ns
X K , V X,-f'Nxx -,
LEU U. MUNTGOMERY, lllanufll Arts
KATIIERINE H. MORAN, Ifllld9l'1IEl1't6Il
KlIlIlfx1'fI2lI'fixll Association. Good Fellow-
ship l.eaf,:1le. Treble Clef Club, Idulla.
f'ATlll4lRlNlC MVLANY, l'ri111zu'y
"Kate" East Troy
l'hilz1tl1eu. Gibbons Club, Good Fellow-
ANNA H. MVRPIIY, Primary
Gibbous Ulub, Key Klub. Good Fellow-
GEORGIANA NABH, l'1'i111u1'y GEO. A. Nl-ILL, Bltlllllill Arts
"Georgie" YVHIIXYHYOSZ1 llrillion
EMMA NASI-IR, State Graded GRACE NORTON. lfl11d6I'g2l.1't9l1
"E111H Kewaunee VV2ltPl'f0XVl1
Good Fellowship League. Key Klub, Vlio. Girls' Glee Flllli, Gibbons Club,
Basketball, Baseball State Graded. SOCl'9f2ll'y History Club.
ESTHICR NOVOTNY. IilI1dOl'9Iillft6ll
Ligea, Kindergarten ASS-Sciatioll, Good
Fellowship Lezuzue. A
FRANCES MARIE OFFERMAN. I,l'i111Hl'X
A'Frn11ce" West Division
Thalin. Good Fl-'1l0,XYSl1l1l Club, Gibbons
l'll'l'Ill4lMlA M. OGLE, Deaf
Good Fellowship League. Gibbous Club,
Philocopliia. Thaliu, Treble Ulef Club,
TI'9ilSl1l'01' Pliilocopllizl '2'2.
LILLIAN OLSEX, Priluzxry
Good Fellowsliip lleagflw.
ICTHEL M. IVNICIL, l'1'll1l2ll'y
Good Fellowsllip League. Zeuobizl.
JUSICPIIINE LILLIAN PAUIIALY,
Girls' Auxiliary. IYl'2ll1l2ll'lC Club, Presi-
dent XV0lllilll'S I'21l'fX. Vice-l'1-esidellt and
l'1'esidvut 1Tl'illll2lflC l'lub. lhralllutic Club
Plays. f'11l'iSflll2lS l'lz1y. lvlllllll Yodvil,
Clliliflllilll PI'0Q'l'illll f-'0lllllllft99. Junior
1'I'0Ill '22.Stude11t t'ouucil. Echo Stnif
VVeekly :md Auuuul. Ivlli0ll Vodvil Slzlff,
Student-Faculty 1,I'0g'l'lllll 4'ommittee.
ICLAINI-I l'Al.MER. Kindergarten
St. J01lll'S Fzlthoflral
Ifll1d9l'j1ill't0ll Association. Clio. Gibbous
Flub. Good Fellowship League. Girls' Aux-
IFORUTHY G. l'AHKl'lR. High School
Tlxzllizl. hlilfhl-'lllElflCS l'lub. Good Fel-
lowship League. Tl'P2lS1lI'0l' Thulin.
GENEVIEVE l'ARNl4Il.l,. 1'l'illl2l1'y
LYDIA LOUISIC PATUN. Iillldl-'1'5.'I2ll't9ll
Kiudergartou Association. Treblv Clef
Club. Good Fellowship League.
RLANCIIE R. l'liI,0NG, GI'31llLll2l1'
YIULA I.. l'l+II.Zl'lR. IiilldQ1',fI5l1'f9I1
Kllldf'1'X2ll'ti-'ll Association. Good Fellow-
ship IA-lil,LfllE'. Tre-blv Clof Club.
"Dot" St. Jolufs f'2lfllQd1'2ll
Kixidorgarteu Association. Ligou, Good
Followsliip L0a::u9, Gill'll0llS Club, Girls'
EVELYN PRENIJERGAST. IfilldP1'j.f2ll't6ll
"Ev" St. Johu's CHfll6dl'ill
Gibbons Club, Ligezl, Good Fellowship
HHN I'ICSS'IN, Pre-Medic
Menorah. Pro-Medic Club. Meu's Club,
Englisll Club, Sociology Club, Secretary
l,I'Ci'l,Ll'Z PI-ITICRSON, Primary
Gibbons Club. Vtopia. Glee Club, Good
l-'Q-llowship Lezigue. Girls' Auxiliary, Bas-
HQ N gk
I.l'ELLA I'l'ITI'II!SON, G1'i11I1n1a1' ANITA PFLlCGl'IR, Gl'21Il1lll2ll'
"Lou" Ilollumlzlle ",XllitChk2l', XV2lSl1ill2.'It0I1 High
Good Fvlluwsllip League. Y. XY. V. A., 'l'l1zllizl. Good Fl1ll0NYS1li1l League.
Girls' Auxiliary, Key Klub.
IIIGLEN MONICA I'll-1I!1l'l'I. 1'1'i1m11'y
ULARA A. 1'E'l'liIl'K. Iiilldf-'1'QI2ll'f0ll "Pierce Arrow" Hiugham
"Pete" Full Fiver Gilrlrous l'l11h. Ermlellvliizl. Good Fellow-
Erorlelpllizl. ship League. l'1'i111a1'y l'ounCil.
VIOLA B. l'LAI'TZ, Iiil'1d91'gill'f0ll
"Yi" South Division
Ki11de1'gn1'te11 Association, Y. VV. U. A..
Aglaia, Good Fellowsllip League.
ABRAHAM POLL. Engines-1'i11g:
Ellgill99l'il11Z Flulr. BIilfll9lll8fiCS Uluh,
Me11's Glee Club. Mens Club.
YIULA F. l'OLI.WOR'l'll. l'1'i11ml'y
'iI'0lly" North Division
GNIIWOIIS Club. Good Fellowsllilm League.
ICYICLYN MARIE I'UOI.lG. Kllld61',E,'S1l'tf'Il
Gil Irons l'lulv, Good Fellowsllip League.
lillld9I',Lf2ll't9ll Association. Icluna.
f 'X QQ
if ' ' .KX
s.--1 ,2555 'N . . - .F ix , T
MARY ANN 1'USlll4Il'NY, Kindergarten
"Po" South Division
Iillldi-ll'j.I2ll'l'0ll Association, Good Fellow-
sl1ip League. Gibbons Ulub, Thalia, Girls'
Auxiliary. T1'l'2lSlll'9l' Thulia.
ADELINIC Ib. I'RI'lSf'0TT. Kllld61'gHft9l1
Y. W. C. A., Pydea. Kindergarten As-
sociation. Good Fellowship League, Bas-
ketball. Captain Ifilld9l'Q,'ilI'fQl1 Basketball
IIICLICN MARY RAAB. Iiimle1'g:11'te-11
l'y'tl1in. Ifllld01'jl'2l1'fQI1 Association. Good
ANNA H. RAIDECH. Prirnary
"Anne" South Division
Treble Clef Club. Good Fellowship
LEONURA KAMSAY. P1'l11lill'X VIOI,lfI'l' RASCII, Priuiary
Uconto "Yi" Lake Geneva
Good Fellowship League, Y. XY. C. A. Y. NV. U. A.. Good Fellowship League.
EVA lCI.IZAlfiI4l'l'II RANDALL. Priiuary MAXIMILIAN RASKIN, Pre-Legall
"Evo" Waupun HMax" North Division
Thalia, flood 11's-llowship League, Trease Uercle I"1'angais, Men's Club, Senate
urei' llwllilliil. Club. Men's Glee Club, T1'QilSl11'0l' Uercle
l+'1'a11e:nis. French Plays. Baseball. Basket-
,gl . Q .
X- 'x s
' l iil i i
EMMA RATHLIGSBERGER. fQl'2l1lllll2lI' VICRONA REINHULD G1-311111131
"NiI111ie" Wusllillztml "wi-W XVZlSlli1lgf0ll
Good Fellowship I,61lQ'lll-'. Thzilia. Gilmlvoifs Vluln. sxgliliil. Good Fellowshiln
MAYME RAYMAHQVE. 1'I'illl2l1'y
M1530 ALICE HICZARCH. P1'i11lilI'j
Gibbous l'luh. Aglain. Good Followsllilu pm-k Falls
T-923119. Goodfe-llowsllip LGIIZIIO.
RA HRARA JANE RICE, Iiil1dG'1'S.'ill'tC11
Kiml+1rg.r:11'tv11 Association. 'l'1'c-'lrlv Clof
Club. Good Fellowship League. Vice-l'1'esiA
dent Ki11de1'g:i1'tv11 Freshiuou.
ROSELLA RICHARDS. 1'1'ium1'y
l'RoSe" Ironwood. Mich.
Good Followsllip Lezlguv.
IGRNST R. RIN'l'l4ll,MANN. High School
"I':l'lli4:". South Division
Bhlfllt-'lll2lflCS Vluln. Ibrnmzltic Club, Glee
EMMA G. RlTl'HAR'l', Grulnluul'
"Rich" New Lisbon
Good Followsllip League.
1 l .. K
c i e as
GICRTRVDE EIDNA ROBERTS. Prinlary
Good Fellowship League, Zenobia.
JANE ROBERTS, Kindergarten
Kindergarten Association, Good Fellow-
EVGENE M. RODAT, Music Supervisors
Orchestra, Still1nanfKelly Club, Gercle
Frzincais. Me-11's Glee Club, Men's Club.
DOROTHY IRENE RODEMS. 1'l'i1I1a1'y
Menorah Society. Good Fellowship
League, Girls' Auxiliary.
MARGARET J. RUGAN. High School
Mathematics Glub. Thalia, Good Fel-
lowship League. Secretary - Treasurer
Mathematics Club. Secretary Thalia,
Treasurer- High School Group.
NETTIE R. ROMANOWSKI, High School
Thalia, French Club, English Club.
MARY ETTA RONAYNE, Primary
Good Fellowship League. Girls' Aux-
iliary. Iduna, Gibbons Club, Vice-Presi-
dent Good Fellowship League. Vice-Presi-
dent Iduna. President lduna, Good Fel-
lowship Board, Student Council.
IVA BELLE RVSKELL, Kindergarten
Good Fellowship League. Kindergarten
Association, Y. VV. C. A., Treble Clef Club.
f ft ax
1 .N ,
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IGLSIE RUSELINK. Graminar
"Rusty" Sheboygan Falls
Key Klub. Good Fellowship League.
Girls' Auxiliary. Xv0lll2lll'S Council.
Gl+INl4ZVllCVE F. RVVVITCH, Priniary
Good Fellowsllip Leaglie, Girls' Aux'
iliury, Balsketbzlll. Baseball, Menorah Play
'22, President Menorah '23, Cllllfkllll Pri-
lllill'y Basketball '23.
IRMA E. SACHS State Graded
Good Fellowship League. Key Klub. Li-
ll'tll'lilIl Key Klub.
RAY HUMAN SADOWSKI. xlkllllltll Arts
INGA S. SALE. Ki11derga1'te11 FRANCES SAX. Primary
Madison "I"illllll0H Mnrinette
Treble l'lef Club, Ligeu. Aglzliu. BI6llO1'Zlll. Good Fellowship
HAROLD J. SANVILLIC. Pre-Legal
"Sandy" Slieboyggnn MARIE SFIIAAF, Priniary
Gibbons Club, llrainzitic t'l11b. Glee Club, "Sis" Rice Lake
Mathematics Club, President Cercle Fran-
cais. President Men's Senate. President
0l'Ilf0l'lC2ll Association, Tl'6HSllI'91' Sopho-
more Floss. Executive Board Men's Club,
Student Council, Second Orator and Al-
ternate Ilebater '21, '22, Orator and De-
llilfQl' '22. '23. French Plays. q'l'P2lSlll'91'
l7I'2lIll2lflC Club. Echo Stott. Jungle LGZIQIII9.
Gibbons l'l11b, Tllalia, Girls' Auxiliary,
Good Fellowsliip League. Good Fellowship
Honrd. Student f'ouncil, President Pri-
1 4 X
X px. X:--.N
,mf T1 ff l 'N ' V
SlLVl'lS'l'l'IIl N. St'HlflliIiR. Journalism IIICLICN I.. SUHLITZ. Iiilldl-'l'22ll'f0ll
"Slivvrs" South Division Buy View
Iiilld9l',Lf2ll'f911 Association. Trelale Flef
, 1. V , , 4, ,M W Vlull. Vtopin. Good Fellowship Imzlglle.
MILDRlf.QIiIHg.?ClIILLLR' Yf,i1liTi':lx:,nn'u Vrvsidvnt Vtonizi '23, Secretary and Trezls-
' ' ' ' urvr 'l'rs-lnlv Cliff Ululv. Tl't'2lSlll'Pl' Kinder-
Gilvlrons Club. Ligvzl. Good Fellowsliip
gnrten SUI?ll0lll0l'9S. Junior In-logzitv to I.
K. l'. l'onvention '21
GICR'l'Rl'IbI4I Sl'IlMlIl'l'. liiilde-1'p:n1'to11
Good Fvllowsllilu IAHIHIU-'. Iiilldf-x1'H2ll'f0ll
INGER M. Sl'HMl'l'Z. 1.1-tters K Sch-nee
"Ink" lVvst Division
Mntllc-llnltics Ululv. Felwflo FI'2lllQRliS.
Good Fl-llowslxip Imzlgiiv. Folll-ge Ii2lSkPt'
l.ORR.XlNlC I.0l'ISE Sl"llNABlCI,.
Y. XY. l'. A.. 'l'l1:1li:1. Hood Followsiiip
l"IllCIJIfZHIl'K Sl'IiNI'IlIlIiIi. Music
Sfilllliilll-Iii-'HX l'lulx. M1-n's G14-P Ululu,
01'c1nfstr:l. 319111 Vluh.
ELIZABETH SGIIOLLER, Iiil1d0l'2ill'f0ll
Idunu. fQillij01lS Flulv. Good l"vllowsl1i1w
I.:-zigiu-. Kimle1'g:l1'tv11 Assoc-isltion. Girls'
f 5 Hx qs
' W 45, ' I 5--Xxx I
, M, AN 1 4.
New .r .,
-' -f-, X -f'- "' " P 1' 1 I '. '.
M l NN I E EMILY SCHFLTZ, G 11111111191 1'
Good Fellowship Len gm-.
EVAN C". SCHWVIC MER.
"Pip" South Division
NATHAN SCIHVIID. f'0llllllk'l'C9
"Nz1tv" North lbivisiou
1Tl'2ll1l3fiC Clulr. R1k'll0l'ilh Sucivty. All-F1178
Vluh. I'1'eside11t Meimmli. Irelmtim: Team,
BI9ll0l'ilh Play '22, 23.
'FHICRESA M. SICGRIN. 1'l'illlill'y
fluml l'x0ll0NVSllill l,v:1g11o. Gihlums Club.
ICIHVINA t"I,ARli SIClFlGR'l'. INIILX SICSIL. I'1'llllill'X
liilldn-l'gz11'te11 "I lot" Amigo
Huy View Gilulmons Club, Goml lfvllu-wsllip Leaglw.
lflIll1l'l'g2i1'fl'll Association. l'ytl1izi. His-
Ululr, Iillldl-'1'22ll'f9ll lwlegzlte 1. K. V. MVHIEL SHALLONVQ I,1,imiu,y
"" We-st Allis
Goml Followsllip Leziguo.
JICNNIE S1'll,TZER. Gfzlllllllill'
"B1'fllll0" North lbivisiou
Good Fellnwsliilm llengm-.
0 or X
1 X 4, . 5' Ng .
., 5, v 5 XX
N"' fl .. Qmhbbx
ESTl'Zl.I.I'l SHERMAN, Priniary
HL0lliSl2l1l21u Texarkana. Ark.
l'1l'0d9llllli2l. Good Fellowship League.
l-ll'Zl.lflN JEAN SHOLL, High School
"Helion" Bay View
Thalia, Good Fellowship League. Mathe-
matics Club, History Club, Good Fellow-
ship Board. President Mathematics Club.
President 'lVllHli2l. Vice-President Thalia.
AIDELIA SIEGLER. Kindergarten
Clio. History Club. Glee l'lub. Y. VV.
IJUROTIIY U. SMITH. Deaf
"l lo" Amherst
Good Fellowship League. Philocophia.
Vice-Presidellt Pllilocophia. Secretary
El'Nlf'I4l T. SMITH, Music
Stillman-Kelly Club, Good Fellowship
Al,lt'l'l SULSRVIP. Kilidergarteli
Good Fellowship League. Iill1d91',2'2l1'fP11
Association. Y. XV. f'. A.. Treblo Flef Ulub.
HIGLGA MARIE SORICNSICN. Grammar
Good Fellokvsliip League. Zeuobia, Girls'
Auxiliary, Grammar Basketball Team.
Jl'l.lA STALLMAN, State Graded
"Julia" Carroll College
Agrlaia. Good Fellowship League.
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T V xxxx In
Ih0RU'l'IIY STANGI-II.. Iligh School IATIDIA S'l'AI'l"l-'At'Hl'Ill. IillldPl'3J,'ill'fl'll
Manitowoc "l.yd" New Glurus
Pythia. Good Fellowship I,0ZlQIlll'. Gib- Good lfollowsllip League. Ki11d01'g:z11'te-11
bons Club, French Vlub. Association. Trefblo Ulef Club.
l1EA'l'RIl'l4I A. STAI'I,IC'l'0N. Gl'ZllllI1lill' FRANCES MARIE STEHLING.
"Bea" Holy Angels Academy "Frat" Holy Angels AClld9lllX
Idunn. Gibbons t'lub. Key Klub. Girls' Gibbons. 'l'l1z1li:l. Key Klub. ITl'2llllZ1flC
ANNA T,ORI'lT'l'A STRONG. Pl'llll2ll'X
Koy Klub. l'ytl1i:1, Good lfollowsliilr
League. Gibbous. Ill'2lll12lflC Ulub. 841011--
tary Kc-y Klub. l'1'osideut G. 1'. F.. I3l'illll-
attic l'lub Play.
IIllRAi'E S. STRONG. l'lblllllll'l'C6?
l'0IllIll91'C0 Ulub. Monk Vlub. Ml-u's Gleo
Vlub, Lo Uorcle- l"1'm1Qnis. l,1'3lll2lfiC Club.
Junglo l.e:l::11o. IIlt0l'-Il61lZll'fl11Pllt Basket-
l'z1ll. Junior Prom Prize Fox Trot '22,
l"1'o11cl1 l'l:1y '21 llzludbnll Toux'11:1111eut
.lllS'l'lI'lIlNI'l SNVIDICRSKI. High School
"Jo" South Division
Gibbous Club. Agxlzlia. Good Fellowslxip
Imzlxue. l'1'esidout Aglziizl. licllo Woekly
SAM TAIINOW. l'1'1--Medic
l . 'v X.,
. Q., 'kk X S,x V
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x,.,,j X- H .U
LILLIAN 'l'El'BER. Iqllld91'gi11'f6ll AGNES M. 'l'llIBOIDEAl', P1'illli1I'y
Wyeville "Ag" Coleman
Treble Ulm-f, Girls' Auxiliary. Good l+'ellowsl1ip Lez1g.:u9. Gibbons Club.
ALICE THELEN, Kindergarten MOSES N. THISTEIJ, High School
South Division "Mow" New Lisbon
Ligozl. Kiude1'p::x1'ts-u Association. Good Sfudvnt Council. 3I9ll'S Glee Ulub. "M"
Fvllowsllilr League. Club. I'1'0Sident Ell7lill96l'i11g Society '20.
Yicv-l'1-esident Mvn's Ulub '22. Treasurer
Monk Club '23. Baseball Cslptain '22, '23,
I'1'osidP11t High School Group '23.
KATHLEEN RVTII THOMPSON, ALIVE G. THVERING. Iii111le1'g:u1'te11
P1'lIllZll'j' "G00l','Zi6U XVost Division
UTOIIIIIIXU Groon Bay Iill1l1l'l',!'81'f0ll Associzlfiou. Vtopia. Good
Good F4-llowship lmzigliv. Gibbons Club. Fe-llowsllip Ilsfzlgllo. Y. XV. V. A.
Vice-lwosidont G. l'. Juniors.
ESTIIER TISl'1lENIJOR1". Gfiflllllllill'
VERNA AGI'S"l'A THOMPSON. Gl'2llll11l2ll' "Tischie" Elkhorn
"T0llllllX', Sparta Girls' Auxiliary. Good Fellowship League.
Good Fellowship Leaglw. Gl'2lllllll1ll' Basketball 'Fe-um.
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MARY TOI,FURl'b, l'l'llllill'X
MARTIN .IOSICPII TORPHY. I'1'e-Legal
"T0rph" South Division
MPn's Club. "M" Uluh. Sigma Delta l'l1i
F1'ntm'11ity. Football '22,
NICI,l.lIC TOXVNS. Music
Stillumu-Kvlly Vlulm. Good F6-llowsllip
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LFIIQIIQ, Orclu-st1'z1. 1. V. 1 . A.
FAR! ILINIC TOXVNSICNI J. G1'a111111:11'
Tllzllin. Y. W. V. A., Good Fell0ws11i1'r
lmaguv. Basketball Tezuu.
I.U1ilC'l'TA Tl'I.l.Y. Iiillfl91'Q2lI'll'll MlI.IrlLlCIr VAN YUNIPERICN. I'l'llll2ll'y
xv2llIXV2lf0Sll "Mil" f'0l011l:lll
lfiIllll'1'22ll'lPll .XSSOC'l1lfillll. Vlio. Howl Goml Fvllowsl1ip I.P:1g110. Gilvlmolls Club.
Fvllowshilm lA'2lQ'llf'. Girls' AllXillill'j'.
q"x2'5"m "N" 1,.x1mRA Iil"l'll x'.xl'c:H.xN, I'1'i1ua1'y
lll'Zl,lfIN TVRNQVIST, I'1'llll2l1'y Hood Fvlluwsllip League, Key Klulr.
Hnml Fe-llowslxip l,e:1g:uP. Aglzlizl, Y. NV.
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1. A.. f,11'ls A1lXlll2ll'y. Y XX. 1. A. fall:-
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'FESSIE YINUYSKY. Lcttvrs .ls Science
"Tess" North Division
BI2lfl19IIl2li'iCS Club. Pydea. French Club.
Menorah, Ilranmtic Club. Girls' Auxiliary.
Good Fellowship League-. Vice-Prcsidont
IIELICN MARIE YOGT. l'l'llll2ll'y
"Hon" Lake Geneva
Y. W. C. A.. Good Fcllowsllip I.o:1g1u-.
MARY ANN YGLLS'l'1'Zl1T. Kindergarten
"I4ar11cy" New Holstein
Good Fcllowship Lengiie. Girls' Anx-
iliary. Kindergarten Association.
MARIE VULZ, Music Supervisors
Gibbons Club: Srillnnln-Kclly Club, Or-
chestra. Good lfellowship League. Vice-
Presidvnt Stillman-Kelly Club.
MARION A. VUSS. Kindorgnrtcii RVTII M. XVICGNICR, Kindergarten
"Polo" Bl2lZ0lll2lI1il" "Rufus" NVit.tenberg
Kindergarten Association. Good Fellow- Kindergarten Association, Good Fellow-
ship Iicugxllc, Clio. ship I.92l,2llf'.
lIlilil5IGK'l' VUI+Zl.Kl'IR. High School MARIE JANE NVALI.. Iillldt'l'gHI't6I1
Sun Prairie Antigo
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Mll.DREI'r H. WAl.l.ll'K. Gl'21lll11l2ll' AGNES C. YVATERS. High School
"Chuckles" Waukesha Reeseville
Y. W. C. A., Good Fellowship League. Gibbous Hub. Pythia, Ellrxlish Club.
DORIS VVATROUS, Gfdllllllal'
IRENIC VVARID, Graininur "lint" East Troy
Hollundale Good Fellowship League. Y. W. C. A.,
Good Fellowship League. Gibbons l'lub, Pllllllfllllil. Key Flub, President lrlllliltlllill
Girls' Auxiliary, Key Klub.
EYHLYN M. Wlfllilflli. Graininar
English Club, Dramatic Club. Gibbons
Club, Treble Clef Club. Girls' Auxiliary,
Erodelphia. Good Felloiwsliip Lcague. Vice-
President Drainatic l'lub 522.
GERALDINE YVICBER, Kindergruten
Clio, Good Fellowship l,e:1,2ue. Kinder-
garten Association. Gibbons Club.
Ji ISICIWIINE WEIJPIMEYER. Deaf
Gibbons Club. Good Fellowship League.
FIAJRA H. XVIGHNICR. Gfilllllllill'
Ilonornry BI0llllIl'l' l'1l'0dPllil1l2l. Urani-
i4s":W 1 -
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El.I+lANORl KATHRINIG WERNER, MILIJRICIJ WlfI'l'l'ZIi, IilIll101'gkll't9ll
Priiuzlry "I lick" XVulworth
"Nory" XVilSl1iI1Q't0Il Good Fvllowsliiln I.e-uglio. Iiilld0l'g2ll't0ll
.XSSOClilfi4bll. Y. YY. F. A.
Thalia. Y. XV. F. A., Good Fellowship
League, Vice-Presideiiit Thalia, President
Thaliu. 'frvnsllrer Class Group. Primary A111915 XVLIELAN. qgmlmllm-
Vouncil. 1921 Homo Coming. ...uv west Allis
Gibbons Club. Girls' AllXili2ll'1'.
MARJOHIE IIORET WERNI-IR,
"M:u'j" North Division
Aglaia. Good Fellowsllip League.
GLAIJYS YVIIl'1'l,I'lY, l.PtT+'l's :mtl SCll'llC0 IPAYIIT XVIGUIJSKY. l're-MediC
"Gl:1ddy" Ivlliflll Grovo "lPnx'o" North Division
Good Fellowship 141213111-. Matlleiuzxtics l'l'0-MP1liC Vlllll- M9113 EXOCIIUVQ BOIIFC1,
Vluh. French Club. Studout Vounc-il, I':ilSK-'lllll1. History Club,
Ivllltlll Yodvil 22.
MAlCGl'l'IR1'1'I4l XVII'ISl'IKl'l. Ki111l91'5::lI'fP11
,.Mame,, f.,m1h1,iu 1-11rN.x 1l:14:AM NVILVGX.
Iiil1d9I',L'3I'f0ll Association. Good Follow- ,Letters and buena?
SlliIlLE'Il1.'Ill0, Gibbous Club, Aglaizl. Yvegt Divigiml
Pythian, l"erf-le l4'1'a11Q:1is. Englisli Club.
f .Q .n5x
Ftopia. Glce Club. Good Fellowship
Y. XV. I'. A., IXIII-
IC STH HR W I LEMAN.
Lcnglw. Girls' Auxiliary.
dQI'gZll'l'91l l'luy, T1'9RlSIlI'0l' Vtopiu.
l'ZI.lZAB1C'l'H WILLIAMS. lii114le1'ga1'tv11
Kindergzlrten Association. Good Fellow-
ship League. Agluin.
ICLLICN V. WILLIAMS. Grzuninzu'
Good Fellowship Ik-agiw. Zonobia, Girls'
Auxiliary. President Zenobizl. Gfilllllllill'
Pzlsliotlsall 'l'ou1n. Junior Girls' Ilzlsketbzlll
IIICSSA WILLIS, Music
"Rub" Toledo. lll.
Good F4-llowslxip League. 0I'CllGStl'Rl.
l'1'm-sillvllt Stillnmn-Kelly Club. Tl'9IlSl11't'I'
l'lio. XIGIIIIDPI' Good Fellowship Board.
LILLIAN A. XVITT. Gfilllllllill' l'l.IFI4'Ulllb R. WOLF. Pro-Medic
"Lil'i YVZlSllll1Q,'IOIl South Ilivision
lllrodvlplliu. Girls' Auxiliary. Y. XV. ff.
A.. Kcy Club, President Key Klub.
GRACE I. Vl'l'l'TENREliG, I'rinuu'y
Good Fellowship l.cn,:uc. Ztlllilllill.
Scicncc l'lub. I'1'v-Medic Vlub. Monk
Club, Executive Board. Studi-nt Council.
Tl'GilSlll'01' l're-Medic Club.
ICRNA WOLF. Letters and Science
Spanish Ulub. lllzltlwlnntics l'lub. I'y-
thizl. Good Fcllowsllip Imzlglle. President
Spanish Ulub, Secromry Spanish Club,
Yicc--l'1'vsidvl1t l'ythi:1. f'lll'iSllll2lS I'lz1y'LZ2.
lim-ho Weekly SHUT.
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GlflNEVlEVl'l WOLF, l'1'iIll2ll'X CUBA FIIANVICS WOLFRITM,
Milwaukee High School
LILLIAN XVOLF, l.l,imm.y English Club. Iyllililfllfkl, Secretary Phil-
'-Li1" Bay View i'fh"f'-
Good I+'m-'llowsllip I492lgu1", I'to1ri:1, Svc-
rotary Tft0Di2l. AMANDA VVVLF, Kindergarten
Good Fellowship Ifaglle.
ALICE WYLIE, G1':1m111:11'
Pythia, Good Fellowship IA'21,flfl10, Secrol
HELEN J. YORKE. - Grammar
"Yorkie" Grand Ledge. Mich.
Good Fellowship League, Gibbons Club,
Tlialia, Dramatic Club, Vice-President
HICIJCN Ii. YHVNG, IiilldQl'M2l1'fQll
Wa usa u
Good Followsllip Leaguv, IiilldQ1'gi1I't911
BARBARA M. YVNK, Primary
Gibbons Club, Good Fellowship League.
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IKICIQNICIVIC ZIMMERMAN, Primary
"I Dutch" Avoca
Good Fellowship League.
IRICNIC M. ZI'l'ZHl.KI4l. Kindergarten
Kindergarten Association, Y. W. C. A.,
Thalia. Good Fellowship League, Presi-
dent Thalia, Vice-President Thalia.
l.UI.A COX. Music
"I 'eega r" XVEISIIMIQIYOII
Stillman-Kelly. Sec'y-'l'reas. Stillman-
MARION N. ERERT. Normal Arts
"Birdelia" West Division
Art Students' Club. Sinock Club, Good
Fellowsliip League, Treasurer Sniock Club,
Vice-l'1-esident and President Art Stu-
ANNA LOVISIC EILERT. Kil1dGl'f,'i1ft01l
Good Fellowship League, Iillldf-'1'g'21l'lf9l1
CARLA G. HELLER, Normal Arts
Good Fellowship League, Smock Club.
AI.Il'IC ELIZABETH MASON.
"Alicia" West Division
Art Student's Club. S1ll0Ck Club, Good
GORDON S. STRATHEARN,
Letters and Science
"Gordie" North Division
Student Council. Me-n's Club Executive
Board. Football. Baseball. Football Cap-
tain. 222: l'l'0lll f'1l2ll'llltlll. 23: Treasurer,
NU1ll1Ulll0l'9 Class: Tl'Q2'lSlII'9l' and Vice-
Vresident Men's Club. Vice-Presidellt "M"
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JOSEPH BRAZY. Letters and Science
"Joe" Menomonee Falls
Le Cercle Francais. Senate Club. Mc-n's
Club. Menorah, Frelicli and Menorah
ANN BICRNICE CARROLL, I'l'i11lill'y
Y. YV. C. A., Erodelphia. Good Fellow-
Ll'ClLI,E FITZSIMONS, Kindergarten
"Fitz" Fond du Lac
Good Fellowship League. Kindergarten
Association. Gibbons Club.
NURMA M. l"ROMl'l. Grannnar
Gibbons Club, Good Fellowship League.
CYRILLA HICKI-XY. Letters and Science
Good Fellowship League. lduna. Girls'
Auxiliary' Good Fellowsliip League EX-
ecutive Board. Student Council. Gibbons.
HARRY A. KOVICNOCK. l're-Legal
Menorah. Alternate Uratory and Debate
'2l. Echo Staff i2f!.
HAZEL HARRIET MAYNARII. l'l'illl2li':y'
Iirodelphia, Y. VV. C. A.
GEO. E. NICKEL. Manual Arts
t'Nick" Hay View
NM" Club. Men's Club. Football '21, '22,
Track '2l. '22, President "M" Club. His-
torian "M" Club.
ALICE HIGYXOLDS. l'l'illlill'Y
"Allie" South Ilivision
Clio, History Club. Gibbons Club, Good
Fellowship l.ea,:ue. Girls' Auxiliary.
Treasurer Junior Class. Vice-President
Clio. l'resident History Club. Echo Staff.
l'nion Vodvil Staff, Student Council.
l"l.0Hl'INCE S'ClllLLEli. Kindergarten
Ifil1liPl'f2f2ll'ft-'Il Association. Glee Club,
Good Fellowship League.
HICLEN B. SKAl'GS'l'Alr. l'1'illl2ll'y
LAVREL R. SMITH. Kindergarten
"Laurie" NVest Division
Kindergarten Association. Treble Clef.
Girls' Auxiliary. Good Fellowship League.
YVILLIAM A. TYRE. Engineering
"Hill" South Division
UM" Club. Men's Club. Sigma llelta l'hi.
Track Einblein '2l. '22, '23I. Track Cape
tain l22. Cross Country '22,
lil-lA'l'lllClC H. XVADLEIGII.
Letters and Science
I'ythia. Good Fellowship League, Cercle
'Francais Spanish Club, NVeekly Echo
Staff. Treasurer Pythia. Junior Basket-
LESTICR ll. VVICGNER. Engineeriiig
Men's Club. Dramatic Club, Men's Glee
Club. Delta Sigma Kappa Fraternity.
Stage Electrician. Movie Machine Oper-
Ll 'I 'l LE SAVELANI b. Kinderga rten
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'FH E LMA PETERSON.
Rural JESSIE POEIILER. Rural
Rural ANNA PREYSS, Rural
Prairie du Sac
Rural GLADYS' ROBERTS, Rural
Rural LILA ROVNDS. Rural
Rural MILDRED SUHMIDT. Rural
Rural VERNA SUHIIBEL. Rural
Rural MARGARET Sl'HI'LTZ, Rural
Rural IRMA SELL. Rural
Rural NELLIE SHEREL. Rural
Rural VIOLA STELTER. Rural
Rural ROSE THORSEN. Rural
Rural FLORENCE ZAMZOW, Rural
Rural ULAYTON CHENEY. Letters X Science
Ru1'al HARRY l'I-IILLII'S'. Letters and Science
Ru1'al LLOYD THOMAS. Letters and Science
Rural RICHARD RlELEI"EI.D. Engineering.:
Rural MERRILL CRANE. Eng:ineering
Rural ROYAL JOYNSON. Engineering
Rural J. N. .IOI'I'. Engineering:
Rural DAVID LIVINGSTON, Engineering
Rural HERRERT SEYRING. Engineering
Rural R. W. STEINWAND, Engineering.:
Rural ULYDE XVOHLFORD, EIILIIIIGQFIIIH
Rural ELEANOR WATSON, Kindergarten
Rural RAY IIEYER. Music Supervisors
Rural IIAZEL DEMAND. Music Supervisors
Ru1'al IIAROLD COOK I're-Medic
Rural GEORGE HERMAN. I're4Medic
Rural MARION THOMAS, Granunar
Rural VERA KEITII. High School
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l-listorq of the Freshman Class
President . . . . .Katherine Vv6Ckll1ll9llEI'
Secretary . ...Elizabetli Il. Ewens
'Treasurer . . ..... Mildred Price
In September, 1922, there entered into the halls and class-rooms of our
Normal School, a mass of students, who registered the spirit of wide-awakeness,
intelligence. and "pep" all over their merry faces. As the days grrew into
weeks, and the weeks into rnonths, they manifested this evidence of active en-
ergy in every school activity. The noble football squad boasted many a Fresh-
man among its ranks, and well did these loyal class-mates of ours prove that
our pride in them was not in vain. Indoors, Freshmen were to blame for many
of the balls so gloriously tilted through the basket. ?l11Cl for many of the ingen-
ious passes that were made. ln the Assembly, Freshmen played for us, sang for
us, and acted tor us. The staff of the Echo VVeekly bulged with the names of
our classmates. Surely, this was a versatile crowd, one capable of any under-
taking, and able to carry its purpose to a successful end. NVhat has been most
praiseworthy in the annals of the class is the spirit of friendliness, and good
fellowship, which marked the relationship between the students themselves, and
between the students and their teachers. The year has come to a close without
one disagreeable blot to mar the good name of the Freshman class of twenty-
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Anderson, Alex J.
Bartlet, Harvey E.
Berman, Fred A.
Gerlat, Oscar H.
Charles, Marion E.
Du Mez, P.
Andrus, Elwin A.
Borges, John H.
Kopp, Carl J.
Leshing, Morris B.
Luchsinger, Werner J.
Mallman, Wm. C.
Martinez, Frank C.
Pilliard, Win. F.
Hodges, Roland F.
Adams, Ronald ,
LETTERS AND SC I ENCE
Andersen, Marguerite Collins, Lawrence
Baker, Henry Dean
Carter, R. M.
Gaudynski, Ed. J.
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Senty, Lester A.
Froncek, Ed. J.
Dolan, John J.
Gilbertson, Wm. H.
Morrissey, W. L.
Norton, S. C.
De Stefano, Leonard
Carney, R. F.
McHugh, Vincent J.
Poehlman, Wm. J.
Clasman, J. W.
Flesch, John J.
Thranow, John A.
Moore, Hope E.
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Bachanz, Nelda L.
Harkow. Alice M.
Burns, Lilah F.
Fenway. L. Helen
Cross. Frances G.
De Dianan. Delia
Egan. Mary R.
Ferber. Alma H.
Flanagan. Grace M.
Foster. Litta Miriam
Glaubitz. Elsie E.
Griffith, Mary Margaret
Ileinen. Mildred A.
Jensen. Ennna D.
Kiltz. Lucile M.
Peters. Frances B.
I'heatt. Mabel K.
Pliillips. Mary M.
Phillips. Ruth I..
l'oocl1. Louise Marie
Schmidt. Luella V.
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Strong. Anna Loretta
'llUl'l1J:lll6Il9. Gina V.
xV0ll9l'. Gladys D.
Nl JRMAL FRESH M EN
VVolfru1n, Irene A.
Clarke. l'al111e1' K.
Hickey. Martha Sennott
Black. Ida May
J01'di"I1S. Evelyn B.
Hanley. Mary Lois
Sills. Margary E.
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On the next two pages, you will behold the photographic representation of
what is the largest, and what we have been lead to believe, not the least signifi-
cant rural group ever graduated from Milwaukee Normal.
We organized early, with Radford Boeing as President, Earl Paust as
Treasurer, and Edna Jones as Secretary. The girls elected Aliee Borehardt as
their representative on the Goodfellowsliip Board.
Our extra curriculum activities also began early, with an afternoon of
games and a calnp supper at Lake Park. At the Ilallowe'en party, our girls
brought great credit to the group by having a very large attendance, and by
staging a rollicking quadrille. On Washington 's Birthday we took a sneak out
to the Agricultural School. where we observed closely everything from creani
tomato soup to prize Holsteins and Guernseys, not to inention having a splendid
danee in the gymnasium. Just before we left for our practice teaching, we had
the niost enjoyable dinner party the majority of us had ever attended.
If you hear that the status of rural schools is much higher than it ever was
before, you will know it is due to the activities of the half hundred ruralites of
the Class of ,23.
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Beekman. Lillian E.
Hethke, Ruth IG.
llottensen. Flori nee
K IXl IICKGA HTEX 14'IlI'ISllMEN
La Pidns. Rosalind
llenneherg. Harriet G
Schiller. Bessie li.
Van Gaal. Muriel
NValsh. Mary Rose
Zentnt r. lrlnpheniia
lr-ke. Ruth I.
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Faculty Advisor ..
Hary, Geo. E.
High School Group
Van Wald, Beatrice
. . . .Ernst Rintlemann
, . . . .Helen Spinney
. . . .Margaret Rogan
............ .Dr. Bussewitz
Reid, II. P.
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Nc-lsuu. I". 1'v1'1'y.
Sm-cmnd nm'-li. Nam-r. Ii. linssm-rt. V. Kaxlllrutll. M. Kius. lb. l,lll1k'il. H. JHIIIISUH
I l'h1-istiznlsun. H, I.:1mlsl1c-ss. li. Glillllll.
'l'hi1'd 1'0NY'R. IJIIKINZIX. J. Nflllllllilll. Mr. HilI'l', Ib. H0l'2,'Slll1ll'li. F. Ringv. XV. Ituchholz
I Itvgzlll. J. xV2lIliSll.
W First row--M. 1Xll'l'llllIll41. M. 4':u1'1'i::1n. IP. Iililllllil. IG. Kl'm1Izol'. I". llilvy.
Svvmud l'LlXY-' VA. I"I'1'lil'll. A. 3lt'Iil'llll0X. A. Ulsun. I-I. lihling. S. Mzluclx.
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4lUUIbFlCI,IANVSIIII' I.lCAHl'l'l 1'IXlCl.'l"l'l'x'IC BOARD
Froiit row-M. McManus. Il. Slioll. R. Hzwlmtt. Iloylv. li. Hl'2lZl"2lll. A. Isnisdzilvy
SPf'0lld row-1 '. Ilayiiisilu-i'. .l. .Alllll'0S. l'. l-Imwiglit. M. Roimyiw. J. liilyllil, M, Ross.
'l'l1ir4l row-VM. Mootz. N. lizlplnvl. T. Kurtz. A. l':t'!'fSCl1j'. ll. Willis. M. Rigby.
I-'ourth row---I". Knight. G. I4'1':ulv11ln1rgli. Miss Huck. Miss Ibuy. Miss Shafer. H.
l're-siflvnt .... .... , . .... . . ...... Hvlvu tlatfiicy
Yil't'-IJl'C'SiLll'llf . . . .Elizzilwc-tll limzvziii
SOC1't'fH1'Y .... . . . . . . . . . . . .Floiwiiw Knight
'l'rvas11rer' ...,...................... .................,.. I Ieirion t'l1i'-istie
lfzluiilty' Advisors . .......... ,... ..... A I iss Daly. Miss Slizifvr, Miss Huck
The olijvct ol' the Lvzlgiic is to lmriiig Ilw woiuvn ol' tho school into zz closer
frivmlsliip hy promoting tho spirit of unity mnoiig tlwm: to iilwvzisv their
si-uso of rvspoiisilmility towzirtls 4-acli otlu-r. :mil to luv El mwliuiu hy whim-li the
stumlzirrls ol' tlw Normal Svhool can lw imuln- and kwpt high.
Une ot that priniary vtforts of thc- lim-eigliv this your has lweii to mlvwlop the
zittitiule of vourtvsy amoiigg' Ilw studviits hy inomis ol' il svrivs ol' vmuipziigns,
vourtesy pl'0g'l'?llllS, and prizvs. The lA'2lQl'llt' has mlclml to thc- coml'ort of the
girls' rest room hy replacing wiiulow slizulvs and l't?IJ2lll'lllgI furiiiturv. l,2lI'li4?S,
il tvzi for thv fm-iilty NVOIIIUII. mul the Zlllllllill May tvtv litxvv aflcletl to tho social
Q-vm-11ts of Tho yvzaiz Iiitewstiiig' spealn-rs lmw ziilclwssml tho school llllllt"l' the
:auspices of tho lmague: Mrs. Arthur T. llollmrook ol' Milwaukw: Mrs. Ilarry
Glicksmzm of Mzirlisoug Mrs. l51'zit1'iCv lflorlws-Robinson llalv. writvr and former
actress. of Eiigrlaml.
The following' iiiviiilwws flo not appvnr on tho pictilrv: V. Dovkry. U. Hick-
vy. M. O'Neil. M. SC'll?l?lli:. li. llemiiiivs. -I. linylia.
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MENS ULITI3 EXECUTIVIC BOARD
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'I'hv Mmfs Cluh ElSSlllll0ll El IICXV dignity this yt-ur, which stzlrtmwl with thv
opening' day ot school. 'l'hv long hoped for l'luh Room has hw-onw an rvality.
Its Lflll'l'li0l' :md Study tahlvs, its wicker i'll1'l1lfll!'0 :md ciisliiomwl lN'lll1lll'S, and
its lll2lg.f2lZlll4'S hind 2111 air ol' IHlt'2lS2l11lllPSS which has erased from our memory
tha- glomnlv pic-ture of last yvzzr's room. Slllfllilllgf was voluntarily prohihilmfcl in
thc IIUXY 4lllilI'lt'l'S. and has lWK'Il strictly 2l1lllUl'0ll to. That thv i'1-1110414-lvcl Cluh
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Thr Iflxvvlltiw lioznrd im-t rt-gulzlrly and Tlll'0lIQlI its activity thu Illl'll of the
school wvrv ztliforclwl 1'vc'1'vz1lirn1 in SOVtt'l'tll ways. lli'4'2lSl0ll2lllY promhwut spvak-
ers wvrf- lll'0lllQfllf hvrv to spa-:lk to the mon. A felwclwr' tolmlznme-nt was held
fluring thm- wintvr montlls, :xml 21 Vtrr the 1'9g'llltll' lmslu-t'lmll HQNSOII was ovvr, the
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President .. . . .
Secretary .. . . .
Treasurer .. . . .
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Faculty Advisor-Mrs. H
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Front row-U. Maurice. I.. Alnion. ID. Stangel. N. Ronmnowski. H. Rowe, C. Wolfruin.
Second row-I.. lAD5.'IPlllRlll. M. McCoy. J. Ilouser, I1 Jachnigz, E. XVeher.
Third row-H. Knief. ll. Huher. Mr. Ta-ter. R. Ibeltoo, M. Fritsch.
President ..... .... L ina Logexnan
Vice-President ...... . . .Margaret Fritseh
Secretary-Treasurer ................................ . . .Gretchen Knief
Faculty Advisor-.Miz Teter
Knowing that no person could be called cultured. who was ignorant of the
literature of the day, the English Club decided on Modern Poets as its subject
for study during the year. Biographical sketches of the various authors studied
were giveng short, pithy criticisms of the poetry under discussion were made,
and as the cluh was fortunate enough in possessing some very excellent readers,
the meetings were never dull. Much of the credit for the success of the year
inust be given Mr. Teter, who worked and played with the English Cluh, the
only honorary scholastic club in the school.
The following members do not appear on the picture: J. Andres, R. Jacob-
sen, E. Wilcox, A. VVaters.
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Front row-Y. Knpfer. M. Krohn, M. Rogan. ll. Sholl. ID. Parker, R. Miller. M. Cox,
Second row-L. McCann. M. Johnston, li. H2lj'lll2lll. G. YVhitley. K. xVGCK1llllPll61', Miss
Knight. IC. Hart.
Third row: F. NVohkford, T. Irllllllllll, F. Karsten, J. Jopp. H. Huber.
First Semester Second Semester
President ...... . . fiuth Miller Ruth Miller
Vice-President .......... 'fred Karsten Lueile McCann
Secretary-Treasurer ..... Ethel Hayman Ethel Hayman
Faculty Advisor-Miss Knight
The Mathematics Club, organized in 1919, has completed its fourth suc-
cessful year. The work of the year has included both formal and social pro-
grams. Talks on such phases of mathematics as the origin and use of CPU, and
the use of the sextant, with sketches of some of the most famous mathematicians
were given by the members. An initiation and a Christmas party, a picnic, and
mathematical 'twrinklesw and games all helped to make this a most pleasant
year for the members of the Club.
The following members do not appear on the picture: M. Bassman, A.
Butscher. A. Hickman. F. Hoehl, E. Koll, H. Koegel, A. Klopf, D. Kuehn, C.
Kunz, E. Lubar, M. Roberts, H. Sehring, H. Spinney, J. Van de Kamp, T. Vin-
owsky. A. VValsh. I. Vtlirsing. S. VVoyciebowsky, E. Rintelmann.
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Front row-S. Zweifel. R. Miller. IC. XVolf, T.. Sattler. E. Dwyer. I.. Kurth. A. Monroe.
Second rome-N. Schusnnz PI Blnrdinm, N1 1Vlhien,l!. Fradenhnrgh, S. Erickson,lQ
Zucker, It. Vogel, G. Griswold.
First Semester Second Semester
President . ...... .... I Dscar Goelzer Oscar Goelzer
Vice-President . . . . .Cyrilla Hickey Ruth Miller
Secretary . .... . .... Lucile Sattler Leona Kurth
Treasurer .. ......... Lloyd Thomas Jack Baltus
Faculty Advisor-Miss Steinfort
The Spanish Club has had its usual round of good times and instructive
entertainments this past year. Early last fall, the Spaniards enjoyed them-
selves at a picnic given at Oscar Goelzer's summer home on the Milwaukee
River, where they amused themselves with dancing, boating, tennis, baseball,
and croquette, and last but not least, in eating good provisions they had brought
along for the day. During the course of the year, the Club entertained its
friends with a mock bull fight, where everything was as nearly Spanish as the
members could make it. At one meeting of the Club, Miss Steinfort gave an
illustrated lecture on southern Spain, showing some of the massive Moorish
buildings with their gorgeous decorations, the beautiful cathedrals, and the very
picturesque Andalusian costumes and landscapes. Early this year, La Tertulia
entertained at a very enjoyable matinee dance. This Spring, a comedy was
given by some members of the advanced Spanish class, which proved to be a
great success. All of the programs were not only entertaining, but very in-
structive. La Tertnlia is a thoroughly wide-awake club.
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Fro11t row-T. XVasserman, IC. liwens, G. XValton, J. Geiger, L. Meinhardt, A.
Second row-R.. Neelan, M. Cliarles. t'o1eman, E. Dwyer. M. Kleinhans. R. Candee,
G. Habermehl, Miss Schirnier. A. Foote.
Third row-F. Museau, J. Buttles. M. Krolln. F. Root, I. Schmitz, R. Hart.
Fourth row-J. Brazy, L. Barry. H. Strong. U. Cheyney, E. WVilcoX, M. Fritsch, R.
Fifth row-0. XV!-?lJ91', H. Sanville, L. Murphy, Dr. Purin, P. Knief.
Le Cc-:role Francais
President ....... . . . . . . .Harold Sanville
Vice-President . . . . .Josephine Geiger
Secretary .... ......................... . .... J eanette Houser
Treasurer . . .............................................. Lynn Murphy
Faculty Advisors-Miss Schirmer, Dr. Purin
Le Cercle Francais has completed one of the most successful years in its
history. Under the able direction of Miss Schirmer and Dr. Purin, interesting
programs were given at each of the bi-weekly meetings of the society. "Le
Medecin Malgre Lui," a comedy by Moliere was successfully presented in the
Normal School Auditorium on November 23, and another play "Le Sicilienw by
Moliere was enacted before the students of the school on April 26, and before
the Association of Foreign Language Teachers on April 27. A Christmas and a
Mardi Gras party furnished the members with social activities and entertain-
ment. ln the programs, short plays, and scenes from longer ones, were given.
Some of these were taken from Moliere, Pailleron, Rostand, Bernard, and Mae-
terlink. The two Christmas plays. which were presented, were original. Games
and refreshments were the attractions at other meetings. The picnic on May 28
brought the activities of Le Cercle Francais to a close. Most of the credit for the
delightful year must be given to Miss Schirmer, whose painstaking efforts have
made the meetings of the club both interesting and profitable to the members.
A hearty thanks from the members is expressed to her hy the officers of the club
for the past year.
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Front row-IC. l'1ichl1orst. L. Beekinaii, H. liaise. I. Zuehlke. 'R.. Miller.
Second rowili. Helm. Miss Holmes. i. Born. Miss Alder. Miss Lovett. H. Ilziberinchl.
President ..... . . . ,....... Rose Helm
Vice-President ....................,...,..,.............. .Lillian Beckman
Secretary-Treasurer . ,........ ......................... 1+ Elizabeth Eichhorst
Faculty Advisors-Miss Holmes. Miss Lovett
The Milwaukee Normal Kindergarten Association is composed of the facul-
ty members and students of the Kindergarten Department. The purpose of
this association is to promote social welfare and to bring a larger field of
kindergarten problems before the student body. The association is a branch
of the lnternational Kindergarten Union and each year sends delegates to the
annual convention. This year the convention was held at Pittsburg, Penn., and
the following delegates represented the association: Helen Hase, Lucille Fitz-
simmons, Irene Born, Barbara Habermehl, Irene Zuehlke. Ruth Miller, Wini-
fred Bender, and Eleanor Watsoii. At Thanksgiving time the girls filled baskets
for a welfare association, and dressed dolls at Christmas time.
The social events during the year have included a luncheon, Halloweien
party, Valentine party, Spring dance, and a Spring luncheon at which the re-
ports of the convention were given.
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Front Row: Miss Martineau, I.. Wegner. Mrs. Anhalt, A. Lonsdale.
Second How: A. Monroe, R. Lenken, G. Griswold, Mr. Adams.
Union Uocluil Jlssocialion
Faculty Advisors-Mrs. Anhalt, Miss Martineau, Mr. Adams.
Student Advisors-Geo. Griswold, Chairmang Austin Trull. Alice Lonsdale,
Alvin Monroe, Robert Lenken.
Union Vodvills fourth presentation was an unqualified success. The Union
Vodvil committee coupled with the hearty co-operation of the Milwaukee Normal
students gave a production Worthy of unlimited praise.
The final performance was all that could be hoped for under the present
stage facilities. Union Vodvil certainly met the approval of the audience. lt
was a fitting example of what co-operation and earnest work will do, and we
hope that this year is production will he an incentive for next year's performance.
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President ...... .... .... . . ..Florence Root
Vice-President ...... . . . ........... . . . .... ..... llf Iary McManus
Secretary-Treasurer ................................ .... S uzanne Fortier
Faculty Advisor-Miss Day
The Girls' Auxiliary is an organization composed of all the active and wide
awake girls of the school. The biggest work that the club accomplished this
year was to purchase the sweaters for the athletic heroes. Oh! and they were
handsome sweaters, tool Big heavy white ones with the green felt UM" sewed
on the front! To be able to give these beautiful things, money had to be earned
to buy them. So the girls hustled about all winter. There was the theatre
party given at the Strand, the four programs featured in the assembly, the
Coffer-Miller Players, and the many candy-sales. All of these events helped
to fill our coifer until finally we were able to give our gifts. Each and every
one of us, however, was glad to do our bit.
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R. Lepidus. G. Mosher
Second Row: M. Huber, M. Ruwiteh. R. Shapiro. M. Nemzoi1', U. Zeinbrosky, li. Zucker,
M. Fader. M. l'ersehonok, P. Levine.
Tllird Row: Mrs. Allison, H. Brier. lfl. Golden. Ii. Feinberg.
1"ourtl1 Row: N. Sehwid. S. Perssion. A. Margoles, M. Rosen, C. Iialinsky. C. Vogel,
President ............. . . . . . .Genevieve Ruwiteh
Vice-4President .......... ........ R ose Ilankin
Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Evelyn Feinberg
Recording Secretary .... .... ........ .... ..... ..... E y ' e l yn Golden
Treasurer ............. . .......................... . ..Arthur Margoles
Facility Advisor-Mrs. Allison
The Menorah Society of the Milwaukee Normal School is one of the seventy
branches of the lntercollegiate Menorah Association, and the only Normal School
Menorah Society in the Association. In the main, the aim of the society this
year has been the study of Jewish Literature. W'ith three lectures from promi-
nent speakers. and bits of fine music from the members the programs proved
to be very delightful. A dramatic presentation of Nordau's HA Question of
Honor" was given under the direction of Mrs. Allison, the advisor of the
The aim of the society has been successfully upheld in all ways throughout
the entire year.
The following members do not appear on the picture: I. Belond. D. Feld.
T. Franklin, F. Klatz. II. Kovenock, B. Pessin. C. Schostack, B. Shrafin. T.
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Faculty Advisor-Miss Pyrtle
The year 1922-23 has been niost profitable and interesting for the mein-
bers of the Y. NY. C. A. Every girl who has attended the nieetings has acquired
something worth while because of the variety of activities. ln addition to the
general program of Bible Studies, missionary meetings. interesting speakers.
and parties, the Y. VV. C. A., with the Downer College Y. VV. C. A., entertained
the cabinet council members from the colleges Hllll normal schools of South
Westerll Wisconsin and lllinois. During the year delegates were sent to various
conferences at Geneva and Madison. New ideas were brought back, so that the
Y. VV. l'. A. this year has been one grand success.
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The Qibbons Club
President .,... ............... . . . .Helen Marie Friar
Vice-President .. ........... Robert lienken
Secretary .... . . ..C'atherine Lucille Farley
Treasurer ....... ............ N 'era Litcher
Faculty Advisor .. .... Miss Ruth M. Fox
Spiritual Director .. .... Rev. M. F. McEvoy
Mrs. Lynda Foster Miss lrene llarbeck
Miss Constance Jacques Miss Marjorie Jacques
Miss Marie Keuchenberg Miss Josephine Maloney
Miss Helen Martineau Miss Marie O'Hara
The Gibbons Club, organized about eleven years ago, for the moral and
social welfare of Catholic students, has enjoyed a most prosperous year. The
membership has steadily increased from year to year, -until Gibbons Club now
numbers more than two hundred and twenty-five members.
The club held regular bi-weekly meetings during the year, the first being
held September 28. After the business meeting, a short informal program was
usually presented, followed by light refreshments.
The first Saturday after the opening of school, the Gibbons Club and Y. W.
C. A. gave a joint picnic at VVater Tower Park for the new students of the
The animal initation party was held October 13, at the K. C.'s. Over one
hundred and twenty-live new members were initiated into the club.
On November 23, the club members were entertained informally at the
home of Helen Friar, president of the club.
The annual Christmas party for the children of St. Rose Orphanage was
held December 19.
A large informal dance was held January l2, at Gesu Auditorium.
The club rested from social activities during the Lenten period. The meet-
ings during this time were held every Thursday at St. Rosc's Orphanage, where
topics of a more serious nature were discussed.
The elub's annual beach party was held the middle ot' May at Lake Park.
The big event of the year for Gibbons Club was the annual informal danc-
ing party held May 11, at the Knights of Columbus Ballroom. This dance
marked the conclusion of the activities of the Gibbons Club.
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President ........ ...........................,.. .... R 0 semary Yolz
Vice-President ....,......., . . . . . . ...... ...... ll Iarion Ross
Secretary-Treasurer ....................................... Mildred Sather
Faculty Advisors-Mr. Miessner. Mr. Rusch
The Stillman-Kelly Club is a musical organization of all students enrolled
in the supervisors' course of the Music School, and of all instructors i11 the
The Club has been very active during the past school year, both i11 its pub-
lic appearances as chorus and orchestra, and in social affairs. The chorus sang
at the educational meeting held in the school auditorium in November, also at
the farewell banquet, given by the faculty of the school in honor of Mr. Pearse.
in December. On January sixth, fourteen members of the Stillman-Kelly Club
took part in the Twelfth Night Festival given by the Wiscoiisiii Players. At
Christmas time, the Men 's Glee Club, the Treble Clef Glee Club, and the Still-
man-Kelly Club joined in the singing of Christmas carols, accompanied by the
orchestra. At the Inter-Normal Oratorical Contest, these same clubs united
again in giving a performance of several selections from the HRose Maidenf'
cantata, with VVilliam Armstrong as tenor soloist. During the latter part of
April, the Stillman-Kelly Club sang at the Milwaukee Art Institute and in May
the joint glee clubs presented the entire HRose Maiden" cantata.
The orchestra performed at the plays given during the year, at the lnter-
Normal Oratorical Contest, and on several other occasions. ln April the orch-
estra presented a program before the school. and it also took part in the com-
At the time of the Teachers' Convention, the club held its annual alumni ban-
quet in the Cafeteria. Besides this, dancing parties, beach and hiking parties.
a masquerade, and a formal dance were the social events of the season. All
affairs were characterized by a. gay spirit of congeniality among both members
and faculty, which insured the success of the festivities.
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Vice-I'1'vsitle-11t ...... . . .ll Schultz
S0C1'l1lEll'A'-TI't'HS1Il'Gl' . . . . . I. C. Norton
Dirvctoi' ........,.. ....... . .. ...Mix S. Thorne
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Front Row: M. Heinen. L. Erickson, H. Johnson. H. Mascllnieyer. H. Spinney, M. Car-
1'l2ZlI1, IJ. XV2lt1'llllS, Y. Michaelsou. G. Keruer, L. Cleuveland.
Second Row: E. llICIil'll1l2l. L. Peterson. N. Kalmpel, L. NVitt. C. Cainpbell, A. Strong,
M. Mudrock, 141. Schulln. R. Lindsay, G. Vaughan.
Third Row: A. Aderinun, li. Stapleton, I. Xvilfd, IJ. Luehring. 111. Cliristensen, IJ. Dun!
lap, M. Lutz.
Fourth Row: Mr. Thorn, J. Andres, li. Rust-link, T. Kurtz. I. Ilallhergr, E. Nasa-1'.
Fifth Row: Ib. Hood. I.. Ron. A. Ganske. H. Grnu.
President ..... ...... H elen Spinney
Vice-President .. .......... Mary Lutz
Secretary . . . .... liaurine Cleaveland
Treasurer .. ...... Edith Schalla
Director .. .... Mr. Thorne
Pianist ....................................................... Miss Vogt
During the first semester of this school year, a small group of girls, under
the direction ot' Mr. Thorne, organized the Key Klub for the purpose of practice
in chorus work. Throughout the year the club has not only grown in numbers
but also in spirit, and in ability. The Key Klub members have taken part in
the musical numbers given at the Christmas Play, the Oratorical Contest, and
one of the student concerts, besides appearing on one of the assembly programs.
All the members have worked faithfully at organization and at rehearsals,
that Key Klub may prosper, and next year hold an outstanding place among
the school activities.
The following members do not appear on the picture: A. Anderson, E.
Anderson, D. Pullea, L. Erickson, B. Heiderich, A. Kavanaugh, M. Kraemer,
G. Landsness, E. Lueck, M. McDonald, A. Murphy, A. Rezarch, I. Sachs, M.
Sneider, F. Stehling, G. Virgin.
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Front Row: l'. Elwell. V. lleinlroldt. M. XVerner. Y. Brenainan, H. Patlow F. Sax I.
Kliner, G. Minton. S. LeMay. A. Nelson.
Second Row: L. Luelit. ll. Zielnns. li. 1,tl1'tll. U. Ryan. M. Lightner. F. May, H. Donahue,
M. lber. I.. lleln.
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Yl'l1ird Row: lfl. Keller. H. Turnquist. I.. Iilllfll. M. McManus, M. Cox, ll. Mattison.
Foutli Row: 12 Donovan. lt. Meysi
President .. . .
Vice-President . . . .
Secretary .. . .
M. lillingson, F. Geller
Faculty AdvisorAMrs. Allison
The Aglaians have had an exceedingly interesting year. A profitable study
ol' the modern short play and modern play writers was made. and a series of
representative plalvlets was given at the loi-weekly meetings. Our social aiieairs
were many and delightful. They were-a thorough initiation. a Christmas test-
ival, a hanquet. a candy sale. an Easter Egg hunt, and a St. Patrick's dance,
which everyone will remember as the affair of the year. The year's functions
have been complete.
The following members do not appear on the picture: G. Clampbell, C.
Kliner, J. Swiderski, B. Brower. R. Hankin, ll. Kuehn, O. Maurice, L. Mathews.
H. Mclfinnel, J. Stallman, M. Vllieseke.
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Front Row: M. Follins. ll. Cullen. Ib. Hoitmau. G. Cullen, Mrs. Hoe, K. 1'l11XV1'iglll',.
IC. I'2ll1lll'1', M. lVa1l. G. Connors, B. Delaney.
Second Row: li. Blackwood. J. Jones. A. Mages. IC. Carroll, A. Reynolds. Y. Litcher.
R. Borden. A. Koehler, H. Meuhnan. I.. Mel':irthy.
Third Row: IC. liiehhorst. M. Kramer. A. Ilueblein. M. Krunune. R. Battles. A. Gallagen.
A. Siegler. G. Norton.
Fourth Row: M. Voss. II. Kidd, A. Schroeder. L. Foley, M. Baker. G. XVel1er. I.. Tulley.
First Semester Second Semester
President ...... . . . Catherine Enwright Catherine Enwright
Vice-President .. . . . . Alice Reynolds Hazel Kidd
Secretary . ...... . . .Florence Greene Alice Schroeder
Treasurer .. ........ Elsie Wilson Loretta Tully
Faculty Advisor-Mrs. L. Hoe
VVith the new girls in office, Clio Literary Society. held its first regular
meeting September 27, 1922. Plans were then in order for giving a rush party.
After two weeks of anxiety, initiation was held in due form at the home of
A sandwich sale was held before the last football game. It was a cold day.
but nevertheless every one was hungry. There were then sufficient funds to
hold our annual Clio Informal Dance, which was held in the men 's gymnasium,
December sixteenth. The dance proved a success. As Christmas neared, our
thoughts turned to those in need, and we made up baskets to give to some poor
families. The next event on the calendar was a sleigh ride party.
The members of Clio were kept busy this spring arranging an act for the
Union Vodvil. The formal dance was held in the Elizabethan room at the Ath-
letic Club, on the fifth of May. All told, the year was successful in every way
The following members do not appear on the picture: R. Sturdevant, L
Kiltz, R. Fritag. E. Frank, J. Cannon, L. Schmidt, C. McCutcheon, L. Saveland,
E. Wilson. A. Mclndoe.
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Front Row: Ii, Carroll, R. Aronin, N. Sl101'9y, A. Brue, QI. Berg, J. Crawford, G. Tulfley,
I.. Stagg, E. Westfahl, M. K1-iske.
Second Row: F. Feldmaii. M. Huber, R. Mather. U. Farley, R. Shapiro. E. Carlson, I.
Kelty. V. Pierce, I.. Xvifflilllflll. E. Goessling.
Third Row: L. XVitt. M. Ilomhrowski. E. Feinllerg. li. Ilnvish.
1"01ll'ill Row: Miss Fox, E. XVeher, Mi Alhauser, H. Messman.
First Semester Seeonct Semester
President . ..... .. .Anita Riley Lenore Stag
Vice-President . . . .Nellie Shorey Nellie Shorey
Secretary .. . . . . .Catherine L. Farley Joyce Crawford
Treasurer . . ........., Laura Daehow Lola lVickman
Faculty Advisor--Miss Fox
The past year has been one of the most successful and eventful years for
Erodelphia. The big event of the year was the study of the theaters at the reg-
ular hi-monthly meeting, hut the Initiation party, and the Thanksgiving spread
held at Miss Michaels' home were never-to-be-forgotten events. In January an
informal dancing party Was held in the school gymnasium. The yearis activi-
ties elosed with the Spring banquet held April 18.
The following members do not appear on the picture: D. Schmidt, E. Blom,
M. Crawley, M. Freuden, N. Gibb, C. Havey. M. Johann, I. Kain, A. Kempfer,
E. Knickerbocker, M. Lehan, H. Maynard, H. McCarthy, A. Olson, C. Petrich,
A. Riley, M. Stubly, M. Talford.
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Front Row: II, Mc-Kvuliu. R. SCll2llll'1', M. Hood. ll. Jacobsen, Y. llelmerlein, V. Heiuck
Y. Moran. R. Sfidlllllilll.
Second Row: E. Elnlllilll, F. Dallw
son. M. R011tlj'1ll'.
Third Row: D. Fowler. Y. Van E
Fourth Row: 141. Pool, Il. Hood. I
ig. F. E1'd1ll2lll. C. IlflY1l1filI61'. S. I'll'lCliS011. F. Ho n
ttzl. L. Haas. A. Graves, M. XYolfseu. F. Hicku
First Semester Sw-olirl Scmcstu
President ..... . . .Marion Christie Mary Etta Ronayne
Vice-President .. . . .
Secretary . .... . . . . .
Treasurer . . . ....... . .
.Mary Etta Rouayne
. Catherine Haymaker
J. Andres II. Gaffney
J. Bayha A. Graves
NV. Bender M. Haas
A. Rertscliy V. Haymaker
E. Biederman V. Heberlein
M. Christie U. Heron
Q". Dockry V. Heinck
F. Dallwig f'. Hickey
F. Erdumu D. Hood
E. Erdman M. Hood
S. Erickson E. Hottenson
H. Friar R. Jacobsen
D. Fowler M. McDonald
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Front Row: M. Turner. M. lljoin. S. Rathhun. M. Beehe. J. Muldoxvney. H. Holverson.
M. McKenna. L. Mclntosh. B. lluntington.
Second Row: G. Cramer. M. Janett. M. Price. Il. Sorenson. li. Howe. L. Heekinau, M.
Drews. J. Riedel. K. Doyle. I. Sale.
Third Row: S. Leverenz. E. Monroe. M. Hood. Z. Leppla, II. Riedel. Z. Monlux. M.
Schiller. A. Tl'he1an. R. NYesthoven.
Fourth Row: IC. Schroeder. M. Ainann. M. Iloneyeoinh. N. Ilaherlnau. D. Prendergast.
IG. Prendergast. Miss Jacques. F. llelavan. R. Bonner.
Faculty Advisor-Miss Jacques
. . . .Helen Riedel
Ligea has had a very successful year. Although we have enjoyed many
good times together, "All play and no work." has not heen our motto, and Dud-
ley Crafts Watscin has made us appreciate our study of art more than ever. Our
informal dance in the early part of the year, and our formal spring party were
the two important social events of the season.
The following members do 11ot appear on the picture: K. Hohman. li. Dol-
lister. M. Ileiternan. D. lverson, II. Meyer. E. Young.
Front Row: J. Maynard, D. lVatrous. A. Klngz. C. Zembrosky. M. Lueker.
Sc-cond Row: C. Mulany, Miss Kueehenlxerg, D. Marshall, H, Madden, L. Irlllenheckel
President ..... . . . Doris Watroiis
Vice-President .. . . .Doris Marshall
Secretary .. . . . . Eleanor Madden
Treasurer . . .......... Cecile Vaughn
Faculty Advisor-Miss Kuechenberg
VVith Miss Kucchenbcrg as advisor, Philathea has spent a very busy year
Under her direction the subject "The Appreciation ot Music" was widely dis
cusscd. The programs consisted of musical numbers and talks on the symphony,
origin of music, and types of music.
The big social event of the year was the costume party
at Mrs. Swams, Ken
wood Boulevard. All the members present reported a very good time. The
Freshman members of the society are looking forward to more good times next
The following members do not appear on thc picture: A. Friedli, H. Get
zin. H. Gruebner. I. Heideman, E. Henke, S. Klessie, E.
F. Wedenieyfer, Il. Edlebcck, G. Renneberg.
Mc Cormick. P. Rees
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Front Row: K. Doyle, E. Ogle, G. Arndt. M. Ularke, li. Adernian, G. Linelian.
Second Row: T. Johnson, M. Cfll'lll0llY, N. Lee. ll. Riedel, D. Smith, ll. liartelt, X
Anderson, K. Delavan.
Third Row: J. Riedel, G. Virgin, Mr. XVinnie. J. Wedenieyer, G. 1ICClllllll91'. I.. Kuehl
First Semester Sevmzrl Semester
President ..... ...Jane Riedel Thordis Johnson
Vice-President .. . . . .Nina Lee Dorothy Smith
Secretary ..... . . . Dorothy Smith Katherine Delavan
Treasurer .. . ......... Euphemia Ogle Edna Aderman
Faculty Advisor-A. J. VVinnie
Philocophia, the club of the deaf department, has been meeting every two
weeks. The object of this club is the getting together as a related group, all
the students of the deaf department with Mr. VVinnie as its head and advisor.
The girls are bound together by the happy fellowship that arises between people
who have a single purpose, and who have the welfare ot a handicapped class of
people at heart. The meetings have been social ones. with interesting programs
and refreshments, The chief object ot' study has been the lives ot' famous
women. The annual May Fete stunt of the deaf department was a huge success.
The annual banquet was held at the Medford Hotel, Monday. March 12. Mr,
VVinnie entertained the twenty members of the club at his home. Thursday,
March 15, in honor of Miss Bernadine Hammes, who is now teaching in St. Paul.
The following members do not appear on the picture: M. Johnson, B.
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Front Row: F. Kubicek. H. Rowe. J. Pacbaly. M. Kniper. M. Heinen. M. Voss. H. Stendel.
Second Row: I". Cross. E. Bassett. G. YV:iIton. K. XVeckmueller. V. Michaelson. l'. Pratt.
In BunUwdnUr.L Schwab.IL Hase
Third Row: I. Ilallberx. T. Kurtz. ll. Laalhs. li. Koontz. H. Helitz. Miss Nelirlich, R.
President ..... ......... . Hele11 Belitz
Vice-President . . . ..Marguerite Anderson
Secretary ...... .... C lrertrude Walton
Treasurer ................................. ..... I lelen Ilase
Faculty Advisor-Miss Nehrlicli
Early in the fall of nineteen twenty-two, a new, active. healthy, baby was
born. The required number of young ladies was carefully selected. and the
few who failed to attend the first meeting became the unlucky ones to receive
the first initiation. Then came the question of naming the baby, and after a
great deal of discussion, the name of Pydea was decided upon. Pydea is the
Greek word meaning HlG2il'11l11Ql'.ll The purpose of the society this year has been
the study of modern drama and its authors.
The following members do not appear on the picture: l. Anderson. M.
Anderson, K. Brooks, R. Candee, G. Campbell, M. Charles, S. Fortier, V. Kum-
mer. l. Kelly. A. Lonsdale, F. lXIcVVethy, A. Prescott, V. Stuart. A. Torpy. T.
Vinovsky. M. VVadsworth. I. Luebchow.
Front Row: li. Dwyer. R. Miller. J. Meisenheiiner. IJ. Stangel. Miss Greene. L. Sattler.
1'. Helnpe. M. Vlmse.
Second Row: A. NVylie. A. Frojeu. li. Schmidt. A. Strong, M. Gilmore, A. Foote, M.
Third Row: H. lfratlenlmrg. J. liuttles. I.. lrlrhke. I, Eggert. E. XYileox. J. llouser.
Fourth Row: G. Knief. IC. Blaekey. Id. XVolf. Miss Shafer. I. Long.
First Nenzester Nreolzfl Nernrfstrf'
President . ..... . . .Eileen lilackey Gretchen Knief
Vice-President . . . . ,Erna VVolf Grace Fradenlnxrgh
Secretary . ....... .... l iueille Sattler Alice VVylie
Treasurer .............. Ruth Miller Beatrice Wadleigh
Faculty Advisors-Miss Shafer. Miss Greene
Pythia has been earnestly studying a11d enjoying mythology for the past
year. The more important myths, Greek, Roman and Norse, were studied first,
the less important myths, Oriental. Hebrew and Indian, afterwards. Through
the efforts of Miss Greene and the two vice-presidents, Erna Wolf and Grace
Fradenburgh. the programs have been made most interesting and enjoyable.
The biggest social function of the year was the initiation banquet November
sixteenth Mrs. Henderson and two former Pythians. Misses Marian and lsa-
belle Hill attended and brought to us a message from former years. The deco-
rations were a combination of Thanksgiving and Pythian symbols. Another
social function of great enjoyment was the Christmas party.
The State Oratorical Contest held at Milwaukee Normal this year, gave
Pythia the opportunity of entertaining the Eau Claire delegates. The room was
beautifully decorated in their school colors, blue and gold, and made comfort-
able with furniture kindly lent by the Eggert Furniture Company.
Pythia's annual banquet this year. a mythological costume party, was held
Intermingled with the social and literary life of Pythia is the enjoyment
and inspiration derived through the friendship of our advisor. Miss Shafer.
The following members do not appear on the picture: H. Raab, M. Rigby,
B. VVadleigh. A. XVaters. H471
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Front Row: E. Ogle, E. Hoslett, L. l'itt, YV. Garot, E. Price, IJ. l'a1'ke1', I". Ulift, N.
Second Row: E. Ewens, A. Nvj'llll0ff. L. Hannnes. H. Yorke, M. Rogan, II. Sholl, R.
Hilliker. E. 1f2ltlll0Sll6I'jl91'.
Third Row: I. Zuelxlke, E. Kersten. ll. Kueck. L. Sclinabel. E. Williams, M. Pheatt,
Fourth Row: I.. Mahoney. L. McCann, V. Moraux. Miss XVhite. Miss Baker. E. Xv91'Il91',
V. Lautenluach. A. Ptlm-,2e1'.
First Semester Second Smmstcr
President . ..... . . . Irene Zuchlke Eleanor Werner
Vice-President . . . . . Eleanor VVerncr lVinifred Garot
Secretary .. ...Elvira Kern Verna Lautenbach
Treasurer . . . . .Dorothy Parker Eva Randall
Faculty Advisors-Miss White, Miss Baker
Thc year 1922-23 has indeed been a very successful one for Thalia. Under
the fine leadership of Miss White and Miss Baker, the study of contemporary
poetry has yielded much pleasure and exhibited fine workmanship. But all
work allll no play makes Jack a dull boy.
Our social activities started out with a beach party for the old members.
Then with our new members, we decided to have a banquet and initiation at
the City Club. A Christmas party marked the holiday program. For the Thalia
girls of past years, the society entertained at a dinner at the College WOlll3H?S
Club. A few informal teas added a touch of the true friendship that charac-
terizes a Thalian.
The following members do not appear on the picture: E. Kern. A. Kirsch,
F. Offerman. M. Poshepny, M. Schaaf, F. Stchling, M. McCann.
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Ifroiit Row: L. Hwger, M. Millvr. R. Gzlrliutt. Il. Schlitz, F. 'l'mnploton, Y. Iickardt.
Sc-cond Row: V. flllllllilllxll. l'. llollvn. N. Aclwsmi. H. lbiscll. li. Sclilvi. R. Miller, B.
'II:1l1ern1ol1I, M. Kulnn.
President .... .... I Ivlen li. Schlitz
Vice-Pre-siclviit .. .... Myrtle Kulnn
Secretary .... . . .Marie A. Miller
Treasurer .. ........., ................................. E sther NVilQ1nan
i"i'lClllij' Advisors-Miss Heiny, Miss Slizifer
After 21 rollicking initiation pzirtlv :lt the iltlgllllllllg ol' thv ycar, Utopia ho-
gan 21 your of work and fun. Many Lilxllgilfiilll ilievtiilgs took plzicfv with pro-
g'I'2ll1lS niziciu up ot' short Storics and music. At Vhristnias tinlv. the society did
its share in prmnoting tho Clll'lSt1ll?lS spirit hy providing' dinner, toys, and cloth-
ing' for ai, newly fznnily. A most flvlighttul tiniv was had at the- Yzilentiiiv party,
wlwrc- a pro,Q'raim of Valvntine storivs was given. Utopia was assisted by Thalia
in furnishing' and iiPCOI'2lfiI1g' Mr. 'l'etvr's room as l1vz1clq11ai"t0r'S for the visiting
cielvgates Froin Plattevillv to the 0rato1'imez1l Contvst held on Mziruli l6.
The following momliors do not appoar on thi- picture: I. Born, F. Dopko,
E. Eichel, B. Elkvrt. G. Fl'lg'itI', A. Frivdli, N. Fitzgilmlmoiis, II. Gi-uelmner, R.
He-lm. G. Harrison, D. Huecker, M. McVicar. L. Nieinan. M. Ross. A. Thuering,
B. Vogt, E. Willman, L. Wolf. ,
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1-'rout How: IC. U'Neil. U. l'0i'f01'tllll. II. Kasper. IC. Rurta. IG. Williams. ll. Sorensen.
Second Row: M. Iilotx. A. NVillia1ns. li. Yan Xv0l'dt'l'l-'ll. R. Kuehner. Y. Flalierty, M
Third Row: C. libling. G. Iloberts. Miss Mears. Il. 1-Rurgiusm. Miss IiUOSi'0l'lll2ll1.
President .. . . .
Secretary .. . . .
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Faculty Advisors-Miss Mears, Miss Kuesterniann
The years program ot Zenobia, as heretofore, was the study of the lives
and works ot VVisconsin authors. This year John Muir and Zona Gale were
studied. A number of delightful programs were given. The members con-
ducted successfully several candy sales. A Spring picnic was held in Lake Park.
Zenobia provided a room, appropriately decorated. and hospitality for the River
Falls Normal School delegates to the State Oratorical Contest, held at Milwau-
kee Normal, March 16, 1923. Zenobia has the distinction of being one of the
youngest of the literary societies in the school.
The following members do not appear on the picture: A. Anderson, E.
Anderson, M. Bendel. A. Borch, Fl. Pronin, U. Elwell, I. Hamm, L. Hatter. E.
Lueck. M. Owen. V. Pickruhn. E. Roller, G. VVittenberg.
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The success of oratory this year was profou11d. It was as general as it
was intense. Never before in the history of the Milwaukee Normal School was
so much interest manifested nor so much attention aroused as in this year. Har-
old Sanville was elected President of the oratorical association, and preparation
was started for the annual battle between the giants of eloquence. The partici-
pants in the local contest showed remarkable ability, and the orations they de-
livered demonstrated superior minds and highly developed intellects. Five ora-
tions were delivered on diversified topics. The clear, truthful, lucid and concise
manner in which the orators delivered their talks was indicative of the convinc-
ing power and persuasive forcefulness of the speeches. The dominant swaying
voice of Harold Sanville, which so often rang out in the assembly, took first
place. He was selected to represent us in the state contest. Bert Goodman was
given the alternate's position. Appreciation is due to Mrs. Anhalt for the effec-
tive way in which the speakers were trained.
On March 16, Milwaukee acted as host to the other eight Normal schools.
The opportunity for acting in that capacity comes once in nine years, and Mil-
waukee surpassed anything that has ever been attempted in preparations, enter-
tainment and hospitality. The entire school was decorated gayly with the ban-
ners and colors of the various normal schools. Programs were held in the morn-
ing and afternoon at which Prof. M. Rexford Schnaitter officiated as master of
The contest held in the evening was as exciting and stirring as it was appeal-
ing. Harold Sanville started the contest and his delivery is believed by many
to have been unsurpassed, but unfortunately his content compelled him to yield
the winning places to his opponents. First place was given to Orville Wright of
Stevens Point, who spoke on 'Tmplements of Progress."
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Although the debating teams which represented Milwaukee during the 1922-
23 school year were not successful in capturing the state debating championship,
the standard set by the debaters was well up to that of former years. VVhile only
0110 tea111 succeeded in gaining a decision against its opponents, both groups dis-
played commendable spirit and ability.
' After announcing the subject for debate early in November, Coach Schnait-
ter and his faculty committee on debate, inaugurated a new system for tryouts.
With about thirty students participating, a series of short debates on various
phases of the main question were ari-anged. Two advantages accrued from this
plan, namely, the coaches were given ample opportunity to choose the most prom-
ising candidates and the debaters were given the maximum amount of debating
practice. After six weeks of preliminary work, both teams were chosen, shortly
after the holiday season. -
On Friday afternoon, March 2, Harold Sanville, Lawrence Collins, and Ei-
leen Blackey, with Bert Goodman as alternate, debated Platteville in the Milwau-
kee Normal School assembly room on the question, '4Resolved that an unemploy-
ment insurance bill, embodying the essential features of the Huber Bill, be passed
Dy the 1923 session of the Wisconsin Legislaturef' The local team upheld the
affirmative of the question. The debate was replete with thrills and climaxes, the
last of which came when Miss Blackey, with her characteristic wit and good
humor, threw bomb after bomb into the enemy's camp. Harold Sanville and
Lawrence Collins showed much skill and enthusiasm in their handling of the
difficult side of a puzzling question. Although unable to demonstrate his worth
on the day of the debate, Bert Goodman aided materially in building the affirm-
ative case. At the close of one of Milwaukee's most thrilling debates, the judges
awarded Milwaukee the decision by a 2 to 1 vote.
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Debating' the negative side of the same question. Nathan Schwid. Henry
Moerschel. and Roy lie-Roo, with Elwin Andrus as alternate, invaded Whitewater
on the evening of March 2. t'arrying out their customary policy of evading the
real issue ot the debate, the VVhitewater team succeeded in scrapping much of
Milwaukee-'s most valuable material. Wo1'ki1ig under this severe handicap, the
local team carried the battle into the enemy's field. C'l'he foregoing statement is
by no means figurative, indeed, Hank Moerschel's enthusiasm almost carried the
Whitewater group away with it.D Nate Schwid, the iirst speaker for the negative,
appeared to have convinced the affirmative that labor opposed the bill, since the
lVhitewater team said little about the poor working man after Nate had spoken.
Mr. Moerschel likewise presented the aitirmative a few problems to solve. and
these too, went begging for answers. Roy DeRoo piled more trouble upon VVhite-
water's head. Elwin Andrus, who was afforded no opportunity to display his
ability on the platform, gave many valuable suggestions during the course of
preparation. After being within reach ot' a decision. the Milwaukee team was un-
able to overcome a caprice of fortune which gave XVhitewater the decision by a
2 to 1 vote. Coaches NVhite and Barr accompanied the negative team to VVhite-
Roy L. DeRoo
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milwaukee llormal Football
Captain ....... . .Marshall L. Stone Coach ........ .George F. Downer
Manager ..,,.. .... N lartin Torphy Trainer ....... . ..Barney Anderson
Emblem lVlenfMarshall Stone, Jacob Moerscliel, Tom Johnson, James Regan,
Phil Geil, Kenneth Eichfeld, Max Shectman, Richard Bielefeld, George Nickel, Gor-
don Strathearn, Ray Ruehl, Martin Mahlberg, Herbert Stemper, Clinton McVVilliams,
Oscar Eggert, Eugene McKenna, Chester Fullerton, Joe Heineman, Reuben Bergman.
Football in 1922 was another dis-
appointment, for while the team played
great football at times, particularly i11
the Platteville and Stevens Point
games, the defeats by VVhiteWater and
Oshkosh were the result of football
which was far below what the team was
capable of doing. This is not written
to disparage the work of either XVhite-
water or Oshkosh, both of which were
stronger and deserved to win, to mere-
ly record the fact that Milwaukee's
1922 eleven played "in-and-out" foot-
ball throughout the season.
Opening the season with a large
number of letter men back, and what
appeared to be excellent prospects, the
practice early developed the fact that
was to be the seasons big
Milwaukee's best linemen
lighter and less experienced
men they were compelled to
face. In the backiield, Captain Stone,
Mahlberg, Shuck, and Stemper, who
were virtually the iirst string backs,
were all light and rather prone to in-
jury and therein lay the team's great-
est handicap. Captain Stone, i11 the
form he displayed against Stevens
Point, was a team in himself, but a
sprained ankle kept him out of the
line-up much of the season, and with-
out him the team was only about sev-
enty-tive per cent efficient. Stone was
punting in wonderful form up to the
time of his injury, was leading his
team with rare ability, and making
great gains in the open and bringiig
back punts. Mahlberg, a great balxk
when in form, and Shuck, reliable
plunger of 1921, both suffered from in-
juries throughout the season, as did
Stemper. McKenna and McVVilliams
lacked experience, but both played
great football at times. McKenna was
late in getting started or he would have
won a regular berth, despite his light
weight and inexperience, for no more
determined tackler or harder tighter
ever wore the Green. Joe Heineman,
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the fastest man on the squad, a real find in the backfield, broke his hand and was
out most of the season.
Opening the season late, due to inability to get early games, the team started
with a scoreless tie with St.
prep school class, and the
elevens on the day.
Against Stevens Point
Point following had made
would win by three or more
only score coming, on a 60 yard run from a recovered fumble.
two touchdowns, and Mahlberg dropped a pretty goal from the
a week later, Milwaukee played a
this their homecoming game and
touchdowns, but the final count was
first score came on a pass of 20 yards from Stone to Strathearn,
.Iohn's Military Academy, a team far above the usual
outcome was a fair measure of the strength of the
great game. The
figured that they
16 to 7, the Points
30-yard line. The
over the goal line,
the second on a plunge by Mahlberg, after a steady march of 50 yards on plunges
by Mahlberg and Stemper and end runs by Stone. The game was hard fought and
clean, except for the fact that the officials permitted clipping by the Point men to go
utterly unchecked, these tactics sending Johnson, Nickel, and Moerschel to the side-
lines, Johnson being lost to the team for the season as a result.
Still battered from the Point struggle, the team entered the Carroll game six
days later, in poor condition, and was lucky to win 6 to 0, as Carroll was stronger
at the end.
Of the Whitewater game, the less said the better. Whitewater had a good
team, but Milwaukee was in its poorest form of the season and all the breaks went
to Coach Agnew's team. Comparative scores against Oshkosh showed that White-
water deserved to win, but the margin of their superiority was not shown by the
19 to 0 score In the second half, with the game hopelessly lost, Milwaukee came
back and held Whitewater even. This game was played without the services of both
Captain Stone and Stemper, the squads only punter, and the only two men who
were sure in handling punts. Within seven minutes, the score stood 14 to 0 against
us. Coach Agnew presented a powerful, well coached team that was set for the
A week later, we took De Kalb into camp, 12 to 6, in a game marked by much
wrangling and poor play on both sides. The visitors reeked with power but lacked
football sense and were out-generalled as well as out-fought.
Oshkosh, opponents in the final game, possessed material superior to that of
any school in the state and despite poor work in earlier games, was hitting on all
twelve when they came here for the final game. When all is said, the Sawdust city
eleven was just too good for us. They outweighed the wearers of the Green at least
15 pounds to the man, were more mature, and had, on the day, a well rounded pol-
ished team. Oshkosh scarcely ever started a play in which two or three Milwaukee
men did not get a chance to tackle their back without any material gain, but we
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just could not stop them. McAndrews, Curtis, Jensen, Williams, and the rest of
Coach Hancock's plungers simply bumped off Milwaukee tacklers or ploughed along
for yards and yards with one or more Green jerseyed lads hanging on but unable
to bring them down. Their running was greatg Milwaukee's tackling the poorest
of the season. In their form that day, Oshkosh would have, we believe, walked
through any normal team in the state.
Individual mention of the members of the 1922 team is not possible due to
space limitations, but whatever criticism has been passed upon them is not upon
their work as individuals nor upon their spirit. The men worked as hard as the
limited practice period permitted.
At the risk of having the old term of reproach-"Alibi" flung at us, it is no
more than a fact to say that until Milwaukee football teams are able to get a
reasonable period of practice upon the Held, it is useless to expect any better showing
than we made in 1922. The men were willing, if light and lacking in physical
power, but so many of them had work running to 4:35 P. M. that no real develop-
mental work was possible. Considering the conditions, the team did not do badly
and had they escaped the injuries which cost the services of so many veteran players,
incluing the captain, there might have been a more cheerful story to write. The
school supported the team with wonderful spirit, and the results were no disgrace.
There have been many worse seasons at Milwaukee Normal than that of 1922. Here's
to the gritty members of that squad who gave their best to the game and who will
not soon be forgotten.
f 1922 sooREs
Milwaukee . . . . 0 St. John's Military Academy. . . . . 0
Milwaukee . . . .16 Stevens Point ,.......... . . . . . . 0
Milwaukee . . . 0 Whitewater ..... . . . . . . 19
Milwaukee . . . 6 Carroll College . . . . 0
Milwaukee . . .20 Platteville ..... . . 6
Milwaukee . . .12 De Kalb . . . . . . 6
Milwaukee . . . 0 Oshkosh . . . .. .20
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Milwaukee Normal Basketball
Captain .. ....................,....................... Kermit Schweers
Manager .,......................... . . . . . . . . .... .Oscar Goelzer
Coach ...........,...............,.,........,........... .Barney Anderson
Emblem Men4Captain K. Schweers, Robert Lenken, Robert Lynde, Alvin Bit-
zer, Gilbert Ellis, Paul Martineau, Ell Lee, Charles Wall, Harry Stoll, David Feld.
Milwaukee's 1923 Basketball team
earned a place in the hearts of the stu-
dents which will not be erased for a
long time. The team fought through
a season filled with disappointments,
and against opposition that was the
pick of the State Normal teams. The
bare figures present a rather sad tale.
Ten losses and two
average that cannot
light the success of
ever, when a team,
ceeding game with
wins constitute an
represent in a true
our season. How-
playing under ad-
goes into each suc-
and spirit which our boys showed
throughout the whole season, then it is
safe to say that we enjoyed a fairly
successful year in basketball.
A large squad answered Coach And-
erson's first call. Two regulars,
Schweers and Lenken reported, and the
prospects for a winning team looked
exceedingly bright. However, a season
would be incomplete without some ill
luck, and our share fell upon us when
Lenken dislocated the clavicular achron-
ium in practice, and was lost to the
team after only two games had been
played. Lenken's fight and scoring abil-
ity were greatly missed. Coach Ander-
son started the task of building the
team by shifting Captain Schweers and
Lenken to guard where their experience
could be used to the best advantage.
Lynde proved a big find, and easily
earned his berth at center. Martineau,
Ellis, VVall, and Lee alternated through-
out the season at the forward positions,
injuries necessitating constant changes.
The school team met the Alumni in ,
the first game of the season, and for
the second time in the history of the
school defeated them 36-17. Martineau
and Lenken scored eleven goals be-
We met Carroll next in the first real
test of the season. Carroll was repre-
sented by its strongest team in years,
and whipped us 24 to 15. Our boys
were unable to get started in the first
half, the score being 15 to 4. They showed their true ability when they came back
in the second half and outplayed and outscored the collegians.
if jig s
After the holidays were past, preparation for the conference games began in
earnest. Hard scrimmages featured the workouts every night. The loss of Lenken
at this time was a big blow to the team. Bitzer was transferred to the first squad
and took Lenken's place at running guard. Al was full of fight, and fast for his
Carroll came to Milwaukee for a return game, and after a wonderful exhibition
of basketball by both teams, our Green and White lost the verdict in the last ten
seconds of play, by a 15 to 14 count. Coach Bell, of Carroll, inserted his ace into
the fray with but a minute to go, and Sterr delivered, His basket won the game.
Lynde and Captain Schweers starred for Normal.
Platteville opened the conference season here by bringing a veteran aggrega-
tion to do battle. In a rough, give and take affair, we were beaten 28 to 20. Here,
again, an early lead by our opponents proved to be our undoing.
Whitewater proved to be our first victims, in a thrilling game. The Green
carried the fight to their rivals, and held them to three baskets. Six perfect tries
for free throws, however, kept Whitewater in the lead 12 to 11 until less than a
minute remained to play. Here, a Dick Merriwell finish by Paul Martineau won
the game for us. Marty grasped the leather from four or five eager pairs of hands,
and dropped the ball thru the net as the final gun went off.
Our team then travelled to Platteville and Oshkosh, losing to the former 30
to 18, and to the latter 31 to 9. Bob Lynde was the outstanding player in both
La Crosse, led by Pascover, came to Milwaukee and took a game that ought
to have been ours. Milwaukee's fighting quintet led during the greater part of the
game, and they passed, shot and guarded with a smoothness that was near perfec-
tion. Pascover's shots from midfloor, however, could not be stopped, and three of
them near the close of the game cost us the decision.
In a return game, Oshkosh defeated us 33 to 18 on our floor. We again led
at half time, but despite the desperate play of Captain Schweers, Lynde and Bitzer,
our defense weakened, and Oshkosh ran up a large score.
A week later, at Stevens Point, we lost a free scoring contest, the final score
being 43 to 30. The Point team took the lead and were never headed. Captain
Schweers will carry a scar on his lip, the result of an unexpected blow from a
Stevens Point player. Poor officiating is held responsible for this unfortunate oc-
Our team travelled to La Crosse, greatly weakened, and were swamped 54 to
13. Captain Schweers did not make the trip, which left a big gap at guard. Dave
Feld was used at forward, and showed up well.
The final game was played at Whitewater. Our offensive play was sadly off
color, and our defense was not proof aginst long shots with which Whitewater won
the game 21 to 8.
When everything is taken into consideration, our 1923 team can be compli-
mented on their performances. A more loyal team never represented the Green
and White, and the spirit and all around sportsmanship, both at home and away,
of the men on the team is to be admired. Here's a Yea! Team!
Milwaukee Normal 36 Alumni
Milwaukee Normal 15 Carroll . . .
Milwaukee Normal 14 Carroll ....
Milwaukee Normal 20 Platteville ..
Milwaukee Normal 13 Whitewater ..
Milwaukee Normal 18 Platteville ..
Milwaukee Normal 9 Oshkosh . . .
Milwaukee Normal 20 La Crosse
Milwaukee Normal 18 Oshkosh .. . .
Milwaukee Normal 30 Stevens Point
Milwaukee Normal 13 La Crosse
Milwaukee Normal 8 Whitewater .
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lison, L. Shuck,
mn, H, Zillisch, M. Stone, J. Foley,
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Captain . . . ......... .............. ...... W i lliam Tyre
Manager . . . ..., ........ . . . . . . . . .,.. Louis V, Heller
Coach ................................ ,..... ........... G e orge F. Downer
Emblem Men-Capt. Tyre, Ray Thiessenhusen, John Foley, Marshall Stone,
Earle Ellison, Henry Jacobson, Chester Jung, Harold Zillisch, Harvey Narum, Lester
Shuck, Walter Fischer, Harry Stoll, Irving Leichtfuss, Joe Vallier, Carl Baumbach,
George Herman, Roy Donovan, Wm. Tiernan, Carroll Brown.
Track athletics at Milwaukee Normal reached their highest point of success
in 1922. Following dual meet victories over Carroll, Lake Forest and Ripon coil-
leges, the Green and White romped away with the state championship in the Wis-
consin Normal Athletic conference meet at Madison, .Iune 3, with the record break-
ing total of 59 points.
In this meet, Mlilwaukee tied for Hrst in the 220 yard dash and won every
other track event except the 100 yards and the high hurdles. Moreover, every Mil-
waukee track winner broke the state normal record in winning. As a further in-
dication of the high standard of performance by the Green and VVhite it may be
noted that the records made in the normal meet were decidedly better than those
made in the state college meet of the so-called "Little Five" in 11 out of the 14
events which were on both programs, In the century dash, the winners in both
meets did "ten flat." Moreover, Milwaukee placed two men in each track event
except the hurdles and two mile run, where we had but one man competing. To
round out the day, the relay quartet, Stone, Shuck, Tiernan and Narum, won the
race by 30 yards, setting another record at 1:33-3f5. While not so strong in the
Held events, Milwaukee tied for first and got'a third in the pole vault. Zillisch took
third in the broad jump and Stoll and Brown were second and third in the hammer.
DEFEAT THREE COLLEGES
In the first dual meet of the year, we took Carroll college into camp by a score
of 83 points to 50, the best performance, perhaps, being .Iacobson's two miles in
10:35. Ray Thiessenhusen won both the half and the mile in good time.
A week later, the team won easily from Lake Forest on their Held, 72 to 52.
Here Thiessenhusen again showed his mettle by sweeping through the half in 2:04
1lf5. Milwaukee won every track event except the 440. Zillisch set a new Milwau-
kee Normal mark in the high hurdles, doing 116-4,f5.
The 89 to 42 victory over Ripon the following week, was a sweet repayment
of four previous defeats though not in any unfriendly sense as the Ripon meets
have, since 1918, been a pleasant annual feature of Milwaukee's schedule, always
being marked by the best of feeling. In this meet, all the men showed steady de-
velopment at which Coach Downer had been aiming, with the state meet in view.
The best work of the day was that of Ray Thiessenhusen in winning the mile in
4:36 on the new normal track, none too fast on the day, and coming right back for
a Hrst in the half in 2:06-4j5. Leichtfuss cleared 10209154 in the vault, and Foley,
Stone, Tiernan, Narum, Zillisch, Ellison and Herman all did good work. Captain
Tyre was out of this meet due to an injury to his ankle sustained in a scrub ball
A GREAT VICTORY
In the state meet, the climax of the season, every man came through with his
best performance of the year. It was a triumph of spirit and efficiency on track
and Held, the third time in four years that Milwaukee had won the state normal
championship. It would be difficult to single out the work of any one man for spec-
ial mention. All were tit to the minute and all performed like champions. Tyre,
Stone, Foley, Thiessenhusen, Donovan, Jung, Ellison, Zillisch, Leichtfuss, in short,
every man, won a lasting place in the hearts of Milwaukee supporters. Scoring 59
points and breaking seven records, many of long standing, in one afternoon, tells
the story of this win impressively.
Always where a Milwaukee man won, there was another green jerseyed team-
mate close behind. Ray Thiessenhusen won a great mile race in 4:33-4j5, his only
competition coming from his pal of the last
two seasons, Chet Jung, who teamed with hin1
throughout the race and finished second in
4 z 37-2 X5.
Donovan was the only double Winner on
the team, capturing both the quarter and half,
each in record time. In the half he barely
beat out Thiessenhusen, While Tiernan, third
in the 440, was scarcely two yards back of the
winner. Stone's winning the low hurdles in
126-2y5 and placing third in the 100 was an-
other good day's work. Tyre, handicapped by
a long lay-iff, due to his injury, was only a
yard behiid McAndrews in the 100 and ran
him a dead heat in the 220. So it went, all
through the afternoon. Zillisch, who had not
had a shoe on for a Week and ran with his
ankle heavily strapped in tape, lost the high
hurdles to Armstrong of La Crosse by less
than a yard, in :16 flat. Ellison's time in the
two mile, 10:04-3f5, was one of the best per-
formances of the day and he could have gone
faster as he won by at least 150 yards.
Of that great team, the men who won 44
points are gone-Stone, Ellison, Thiessenhu-
sen, Donovan, Foley, Zillisch, Brown, Narum,
Leichtfuss, Shuck-all graduated, or trans-
ferred to other schools. It will be many
a day before such a group of stars is gathered
on a Wisconsin normal track team.
FEW STARS LEFT
Meanwhile, Coach Downer is working to
the limit with the 1923 squad and while the
material is less plentiful and less promising
than in 1922, nothing will be left undone to
put out a team this year, tit and ready to
battle to the limit to retain MilWaukee's place
at the top. The veterans include Captain
Jung in the mlie, Tyre in the dashes, Tiernan
in the 440, Fischer in the pole vault, and Stoll
in the hammer. In addition, Herman in the
two mile and Heyer in the broad jump, who
were on the 1922 team but failed to score in
the 1922 state meet, are also available. Sev-
eral new men look good for points and, win
or lose, followers of the Green and White
may be assured of a team that will carry their
colors with honor and fight to the finish in
Milwaukee Normal lnferscholastic Tract Meet
Normal Field, May 13, 1922.
100 yards-Shotola, West, first: VVood, East, second: Herman, East. third: Donahue, East,
120 yd. Hurdles-Chainpncy. XVest. first: Dilwig, XVashini:t0n, second: Mt-Keever, East,
third CIZISSIHKIH, YVashington, fourth. Tiintb-:17.
lilile-Grossnizui, East, first: Tureck, VVest, second: Lister, Vilashington, third: DiCella,
Kenosha, fourth. 'l'i1ne-5:04-3!5.
220 yards-Shotola. West. first: XVood, East, second: Hayden, XVest, third: Henkel, East,
880 yards-Shilnek, Kenosha, first: Cotzhanseu. East, second: Lenacheck, VVashingt0n, third:
Price, VVcst, fourth. Tilule-2:11-2!5.
120 yd. Low Hurdles--Keunan, East, first: Schneider. XVashington, second: Champney, WVest,
third: Luetzow, NV2lSlllIl5l'fOll, fourth. Tilne-:14-2f'5.
440 yards-Henkel. East, first: XVendt, XVashington, second: Van Hart. East, third: Held,
VVashington. fourth. Tinic-:55-3!5.
Relay race-Jl'wo laps 6627 yds. 1 ft.J WVashington, first: Riverside, second: WVest, third:
High jump-Anger, Nvashinfrton, first: Schwarze, XVashington, and Vallee. East, tied for
second: Monisen, XVest. and Xvi1'IllS, East ticd for fourth. Height-5:03?i.
Shot 112 lbs.J--Graf. East, first: Schwarze, East, second: VVirths, East. third: Fedderson,
Racine, fourth. Distance--44:06V2.
Discus-Graf, East. first: Hall, VVest. second: Emory, East, third: Jones. Racine, fourth.
Broad jump-Shotola, XVest, first: Donahue, East, second: Dilwig, XVashingtou, Guy, East,
Hurley. NVashing:ton tied for fourth, Distance-20:10,
Pole vault+Vl'irths East, Shea, East, and VVilson, East. tied for first: Glaser, Xvest, fourth.
Javelin-Graf. East. first: Schwarze, XVasl1ington, second: XVilson, East, third: Champuey,
XVest, fourth. Distance-153:09W.
WISCONSIN NORMAL ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TRACK AND FIELD MEET
Canip Randall, Madison, June 3, 1922.
120 yd. Hurdles-Armstrong. La Crosse, first: Zilisch, Milwaukee. second: Nohr, Stevens
Point, third. Tiinie-:16. fNew rccordj.
Mile-'l'hiessenhusen, Milwaukee, first: Jung, Milwaukee, second: Leinhardt. Stevens Point,
third. 'I'in1f+4:33-4!5. fNew recordj.
100 yards-Mc-Andrews. Oshkosh, first: Tyre, Milwaukee, second: Stone, Milwaukee, third.
Time-:10. fEquals rec0rd.J
440 yards-Donovan, Milwaukee, first: Senn, Oshkosh, second: Tiernan, Milwaukee, third.
Time-:53-1!5. fNew record.D
High jump-Armstrong, La Crosse. and Christopherson. Eau Claire, tiedz: Slyfield, Platteville,
third. Height-5: 1171.
Discus-Pascover, La Crosse, first: Hanson, La Crosse, second: Hall, Oshkosh, third. Dis-
tance-126:07. fNew record.J
220 yards-McAndrews, Oshkosh, and Tyre, Milwaukee, tied: Foley, Milwaukee, third. Timw-
:22-4!5. fNew recordj
220 yd. Hurdles-Stone, Milwaukee, first: Nohr, Stevens Point, second: McKinney, Eau
Claire, third. Time--:26-2!5. fNeW recordj
Pole V?Illlf-LPiI'llffllSS, Milwaukee, and Davidson, La Crosse, tied: Fischer. Milwaukee,
Hammer-Gerber. La Crosse, first: Stoll, Milwaukee, second: Brown. Milwaukee. third.
880 yards-ADon0van, Milwaukee, first: Tliiessenliusen, Milwaukee, second: Senn. Oshkosh,
third. Time-2:03-2-5. fNeW record.i
Broad jnmp-Christopherson, Eau Claire. first: McAndrews, Oshkosh. second: Ziliseh, Mil-
waukee, third. Distance-22:01. fNew recordq
Javelin--Vondroshek, La Crosse, first: Burris, Platteville, second: Van Duser. VVhitf-water,
third. Distance-152:09. fNew rec0rd.j
Two mile-Ellison, Milwaukee, first: Mueller. Oshkosh, second: Field. La Crosse, third.
Time-10:04-3f5. fNew Rccordj
Shot put-Gerber, La Crosse, first: Hall, Oshkosh. second: Pascover, La Crosse. third. Dis-
Half mile -elay-Milwaukee, ffstone, Narum, Shuck, Tiernanj, first: Oshkosh, second: La
Crosse, third. 'Fime-1:33-3!5. CNew recordj.
Track and Field Records
Corrected to April 1, 1923
100 yards-John Foley, 1921 .... :10-115
2220 X1l1'f1S--vvilliillll Tyre, 1922. .. Z22'4f5
'440y:1rds-R. Donovan, 1922 .... :53-1X5
'880 yards-R. Donovan, 1922 .... 2:03-2!5
'Mile-R. Thiessenhusen, 1922 .... 4:33-4X5
'2 Mile-Earl Ellison. 1922 ....... 10:04-315
120 yd. h'dls-Harold Zilisch, 1922 216-4X5
'220 yd. h'dls-MarshallStone,1922 126-2f5
'Pole vault-R. Townley, C. Noern-
berg, 1915 ...............l... 11:06
High jump-Jack Mitohell, 1915. .50:08
Broad jump-M. Van Ells. 1921..21.03
"Shot 116 lbs.j-M. Van Ells, 1921.40:04BQ
Discus-'Mark Bach, 1918 ........ 120.09
Hammer Q16 lbs.j--H. Stoll,
1922 ....................... 110:06
Javelin-M. Yan Ells, 1921 ..... 148.08
Shot 112 lbS.J-M. Van EHS. 1921.48:06
'Relay rave 1880 ydsj--Stone,
Shuck, Tiernan. Narum, 1922 1:33-3X5
'-State Normal Record.
"-Beats State Normal Reeord.
W. N. A. C.
Kelsey, Stevens Point, McAndrews,
McAudrews. Oshkosh ...........
Donovan, Milwaukee ..., ..
Donovan, Milwaukee ...... .. 2
Thiessenhusen, Milwaukee . . . . 4
Ellison, Milwaukee ........ .. 10
Armstrong, La Crosse .. .
Stone, Milwaukee ...............
Townley and Noernberg, Milwaukee 11
Reget. La Crosse ................ 6
Christopherson, Eau Claire ..,.... 22
Van Ells. Milwaukee ..... .... 3 9
Pascover, La Crosse ....... .... 1 26
Dahlgren, La Crosse ... . . . .119
Voudrashek. La Crosse .. .... 152
Milwaukee. 1922 . . . . 1
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milwaukee normal Relaq Team
TH. Stone, ID. Tiernan, H. Narum, L. Shuck
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Captain .... Mose 'Fhisted
Manager . . . ...,... Fred Peters
Coach ......................,.... . . ,Barney Anderson
The 1922 baseball season was a
very successful one, and established
the same record as in 1921. that ot
losing only one game during the en-
tire season. This is considered re-
markable as each year Coach Ander-
son has had only one or two letter
men about whom to build a team.
The season of 1922 opened up with
the greatest misfortune possible. when
Mose Thisted. the captain and star
pitcher, was eliminated for the year
with a broken leg received inthe-final
basketball game of the year. Mose
was up a11d around before the season
was over. but only in the capacity ot
bench captain, his leg not being
Strong' enough to stand the strain ot
pitching, but to offset this misfort-
une, the stat? was bolstered by the
addition of t'Cfhief" Meyers Cot no-
hit tamel, "Pat" Schell, and
"Red" Thisted, the captain broth--
er. Schultz also took his turn in the
box for a tew games.
Of the personnel of the team, we
should say more than there is space
tor. Remarkable team work was de-
veloped, besides splendid hitting and
fielding qualities. The biggest sensa- 1
tion ot the year was the work of Ol-
lie Heineman at short. who is a star
at tielding. He also collected the
most hits of the season. being four
hits ahead of Bischoff, our able third
baseman, who also starred with the
bat and in the field. First base was
well taken care of by Sam Kyos. who
hit well. Phillips was the second M. THISTED
baseman and performed very well, be- Baseball Captain
sides being a 300 hitter. Strathearn at catch was as reliable as ever and as
steady as could be. On the outfield, Andy had Leichtfuss, Hanneman, Halser,
and Grellinger, all of them fast and accurate throwers.
The only game lost was a seven inning aifair at Oshkosh, by the score of
5-3. The team drove up in cars and due to heavy rains did not reach Oshkosh
until game time. The players were hurried into uniforms and the game was
started immediately, without any batting or fielding practice, and the tea1n
seemed unsteady from the long car ride. On the Milwaukee half of the 7th
inning, our boys came to life and drove in three runs, making the final score 5-3.
When Oshkosh came down here a few days later, Milwaukee retaliated by whip-
ping them to the tune of 7-5.
The following men received their letters for the season: Captain Thisted,
Myers, Phillips, Bischof, Leichtfuss, Heineman, Kyos, Hanneman, Halser,
Strathearn, "Redi' Thisted, Schultz, Grellinger, and Schell. Fred Peters was
the manager and was well liked and capable.
The prospects for 1923 look very good with Mose Thisted re-elected cap-
tain, back in shape for carrying the brunt of the pitching. Strathearn, Phillips,
Bischoff, and Schultz are also back. Of the new men that look exceptionally
good, we have Sawyer, a catcher, and Serio, a shortstop.
The record for 1922 is:
Milwaukee Normal .... . , ..... 1 Country Day .......... . . . . O
Milwaukee Normal .... ..... 2 1 University Extension . . . . . . .10
Milwaukee Normal .... . . . 8 Concordia College .... . . . . 4
Milwaukee Normal . . . . . . 8 Whiteu'ater . . . . . . . . . . . 0
Milwaukee Normal . , . . . 8 Pio Nono College .... . . , . 6
Milwaukee Normal . . . ..,.. 22 University Extension . . . . . . . 8
Milwaukee Normal . . . , . . 3 Oshkosh . ........... . . . . . 5
Milwaukee Normal .... . . . 7 Oshkosh . .......... . . . . 5
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Girls' Basketball 1923
Although the basketball season for the girls was started ra
year. there was very much enthusiasm shown 011 the part of the girls. and coni-
petition between the teams was very keen. 'l'he girls were very anxious to have
a tournament antl praeticetl faithfully. The teams were eoaehed by niembers
ot' their own teams. ably assisted by Miss .lean Talbot.
The annual girls' basketball tournament was plannetl for, antl the Vil-
rious clepartmental teams chose their captains. They were as follows: Gram-
mar: Elsie Wilson and Ellen NYilliainsg Kintlerga1'te11: Alice ,liertschyg Pri-
mary: Genevieve Ruwitehg Rural: liusette Keekg State Graded: Mary Lutzg
Music: Daisy Slater.
At last all was in readiness tor the tournament. the regular players were
chosen and steady practice tollowetl, about sixty players going through the
entire season. Due to the course of practice teaching ot' the Rural Department,
the Rural team was forced to forfeit all but one of their games to their oppo-
nents. The tournament was won by the Grammar Group team. which lost
only one game. The playing of this team was weakened through the gradua-
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The teams were composed of the following girls:
Captain: Alice Bertscliy
Forwards: lEsther Schei
I Y SAlice Bertschy
Guards: lHelen Gruelmner
Jumping Center: Alice Prengel
Running Center: Pearl Mclntyre
S1lllStll7l1t0S! 2AuI,elia lgriedli
Captain: Genevieve Ruwitch
Forwards: lG. Ruxritcli
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Running Center: W. Lueksinger
Jumping Center: R. Rittman
Substitutes : YR' Jacobson
CA t . Y lElsie VVilson
'IP am' lEllcn Williams
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Fomfmls' QM. Schiller
Jumping Center: E. Madden
Running Center: A. Lonsdale
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Captain: Mary Ann Lutz
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Guards: IT. Kurtz
Running Center: E. Grimm
Jumping Center: E. clllI'lSt011SQI1
Captain: Daisy Slater
Forwards: HI: Riedel
Guards: lli' Elllike
Running Center: M. Lynch
Jumping Center: D. Slater
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Cfhe Plum Trees
I thought that beauty was forever dead
Until I saw wild plum trees in the night,
Blown into moon light, shivering and white,
.Beyond a ruined wall, my dream thoughts sped
From tears to country la11es and grass, and fied
To loveliness of May and spring, while'st bright
New hopes rose high in the soft glimmering light,
And l. of beauty yearned to he full fed.
NVild plum! I will remember till .l die
How on an April night I saw it first.
Here in this windy city do I ery
For olden loveliness to quench my thirst.
There is a crumbling wall l used to know
NVhere 011 a night like this wild plum trees blow.
Winter Twilight in the Citq
Clear dusk, streaked faintly saffron in the west-
Still air refreshing like a frozen wine-
Jeweled city lights against the sky's dark breast-
One lofty tower, seeming half divine,
Groping in light, up pointing to a star,
Ilouses shade-drawn, lamp-lighted a11d serene,
VVherein Life moves, where little children are,
Casting black shadows on the blind 's brief screen,
People that pass unheeding-motor throb-
Night, folding closer, and not far from here
Bare fields, stark trees, and little winds that sob,
Dreaming of spring, the spring of yesteryear,
VVhen life was 11ew and treasured hopes were high,
lVhen young and old forgot that they must die.
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Calendar of the Hear
Monday, 18-Registration day. The Freshmen are all packed into the li-
brary amid much confusion. lt rains.
Tuesday, 19-HMore registration.
VVednesday, 20-Lockers given out. Classes meet for the first time. Frank
Hoehl and Fred Stern get into an argument concerning the ethical process
in human society vs. the cosmic process, and this in the locker line!
Thursday, 21HHThe text book line forms. The weary ones drape themselves
along the walls.
Friday, 22-First call for cheerleaders. Harry 'VVirths and Jerry Kops are
awarded the honors.
Monday, 25-The Jungle League is organized. Much excitement among fu-
ture basketball stars.
Tuesday, 26--Mr. Zelaya brings us our tirst assembly program and a deal of
Wednesday, 27-Rain and more rain.
Thursday. 28-Freshmen are privileged to hear, for the first time, Miss VVebb's
famous little library song: '4Too much talking, heref'
Friday, 29-The faculty begins to get a line on the students. First char-
acteristics eome out. Faculty reception to the students.
Thursday, 5-Y. W. C. A. initiation. Great time given the new girls.
Friday, 6-Sophomore mixer in the mens' gym. Half of the Freshman class
Monday, 9-First regular issue of the Echo makes its appearance.
Tuesday, 10-Bob Lenken attends the Style Show at the Alhambra and ex-
periences a novel sensation. Fervently hopes for another style show
VVednesday, 11-The Coffer-Miller Players present t'The Taming of the
Shrew". Iduno gives its annual rushing party.
Thursday. 12-Gibbons Club booster party in the mens' gym. Large turn-
out, much boosting.
Friday, 13-HThe Cricket on the Hearthl' ehirps across our screen in the
assembly. Gibbons Club initiation.
Saturday, 14-Game with St. John's at Delafield, 0-O. Many eo-eds attend.
Monday. 16-Sophomore and Freshman class elections. Lenken leads the
Sophs, Libby the Frosh.
Tuesday. 17-Hamilton Holt addresses the assembly on Europe during and
after the VVar. The new Sophomore officers dine together in the cafe-
VVednesday, 18-The Mens' Club room formally opened. All the co-eds attend
the Hopen house". Thunderstorms.
Thursday, 19-Rose Helm elected President of the Kindergarten Association.
Saturday, 21-We travel to Stevens Point and defeat S. P. Normal, 16-7.
Monday, 23-Club a11d society drive program in assembly, Miss Alder speaks.
The Mens' Glee Club is organized.
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Tuesday, 24-Mrs. Kate llpson Clarke addresses the assembly 011 "What is
Vlfednesday, 25-elngeborg Anderson of the Art School appears in a weird
and terrible trouser costume for oil painting.
Thursday, 26-Good Fellowship Hallowe'en party in the mens' gym. Miss
Day kllld many faculty members mingle with the girls for a great good
Friday, 27-Normal defeats Carroll College in a stiff game. Pep meeting of
Girls' Auxiliary in assembly.
Monday, 30-Mrs. LaFollette addresses the assembly.
Tuesday, 31-Florence Root gives 'fThe Maker of Dreams" before the as-
Wednesdayf, 1-Spanish Club initiation. Thunderstorms, no lights. Chef
Oscar Goelzer and all the rest have to cook their OVVII banquet in the do-
mestic science rooms. The new members washthe dishes!
Thursday, 2-Birthday party given for President Pearse by faculty members
and some students.
Saturday, 4-VVhitewater 20, Normal 0. The spirit of the team, according to
Andy, is most commendable.
Monday, 6-Eichfcld tries to attend assembly, but has to give up until a large
enough seat can be installed for him.
Tuesday, 7-The History classes stage a very realistic War scene for Armistice
Day. George Griswold gives a sincere portrayal of a dead soldier until the
doughnuts are passed.
Wednesday, 8-HM" Club benefit movie. ln addition, Ben Baumle's orchestra
plays and Gordy, Harry, and Max sing some popular songs. Irving
Bacheller entertains the assembly with dialect readings in the afternoon.
Thursday, 9-The first day of the State Teachers' Convention. Max Raskin and
Skinny Schweers risk their necks putting up decorations for the homecom-
Friday, 10-Normal wins over Platteville, 20-6. Record homecoming crowd at
the game i11 the afternoon and at the dance in the evening. Rose Candee
and Fluffy Root are much excited about the game. Lester Schuck stars and
comes through minus two teeth and plus a great many laurels.
Monday, 13-We return, to find some new style stationary seats installed in va-
rious first floor rooms. They are unpopular with the men since there is no
place to put the feet!
Tuesday. 14-Pydea is organized, amid much arguing and excitement.
'Wednesday, 15-The Mens' Club gets action on the delinquent showers, because
Gordy nearly scalded his skin off one day.
Friday, 17-Normal defeats DeKalb 12-6. Sophomore reception to the Fresh-
men and Faculty.
Monday, 20-Slivers appears in spatsl
Thursday, 23-The French Club gives its annual play. George and Helen meet,
for the first time and take an unusually instant liking to each other.
Friday, 24-Normal loses to Oshkosh, 19-0. Ralph discovers a new way to keep
onels feet warm: ask a co-ed to sit on them.
Monday, 27-Harry Wirths writes a note. Reward: she accepts the bid.
Tuesday, 28-Mr. Schnaitter convicted in a mock trial, for giving too much
homework. The Kindergarten department gives a tea.
NVednesday, 29-Harry Stoll proposes to a young lady in German. She accepts
Friday, 1-Resignation of President Pearse becomes Known.
Monday, 4-Marge Anderson loses Harry Stoll's ring. Engagement off.
VVednesday, 6-Beginning of Good Fellowship League Courtesy campaign.
Thursday, 7-Dr. De Vine addresses the assembly on Education.
Monday, 11-Gordy Strathearn is elected Soph Prom Chairman.
Tuesday, 12-At assembly time: George Griswold wins the daily dollar for
courtesy. Fourth hour: George is reprimanded for being rude!
Wednesday, 13-The Spanish Club stages a bull fight with Art Nicolaus, Oscar
Goelzer, and Jack Baltus in the leading parts.
Thursday, 14-Bill Walton wins the courtesy dollar for exterminating the last
Hy of this year's crop.
Friday, 15-Gordy wins the dollar for picking up Betty 's pencil. Funny. Gordy
would almost pay a dollar for that privilege, and then to be paid for it-
Monday, 18-Basketball team defeated 24-15 at Carroll College.
Tuesday, 19-Miss Day wins a dollar. Gibbons Club and the Kindergarten as-
sociation give their Christmas parties.
Xllednesday, 20-HSuppressed Desires" given before the assembly. Annual
Christmas play in the evening, followed by a mixer. The Engineers furnish
most of the fun in the play.
Thursday, 21-Farewell program for President Pearse, with singing, an address
by Mr. Pearse, and presentation of a tribute from the Mens' Club. Miss
VVebb leaves to be married. '
Tuesday, 2-Beginning of the Goodfellowship League Courtesy NVeek. George
Keller comes back in one of these fuzzy sweaters and all the girls want to
Thursday, 4-Mr. Henderson speaks about courtesy customs in Germany.
Friday, 5-George Keller incriminates himself, but pulls out again. Ch, it was
only a sleighride party.
Monday, 8-Mr. VVilde brings up modern politics in class Eilld a near riot takes
place. Perry du Mez on the pro side, everybody else con.
Vllednesday, 10-Miss Anita Politzer addresses the assembly concerning the Na-
tional Woiiians' Party.
Monday, 15-Don McKeeyer and Leonard Barry are the joint recipients of a
box of fudge. Don eats the fudge and Leonard gets the box.
Friday, 19-George Keller comes into prominence again. This time he is
caught asking Alice Graves to the prom.
Saturday, 20-The Dramatic Club gives its annual dance.
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Monday, 22-Harriet Murphy loses one old beau and gets two new ones.
Tuesday, 23-Katherine Weckmueller announces receiving her ninth bid to the
prom. What are Babe Ruth's forty homers to this?
Wednesday, 24-Everybody cramming for college exams. The library a busy
Thursday, 25-Dudley Crafts Watson speaks on 'cThe Drama".
Friday, 26-"VVhat is the 18th Amendment U? " Dr. Hobson explains it to us.
Tuesday, 30-More exams.
Vlfednesday, 31+The last of the exams, George had tour of them in one day
and gets leave ot absence for a week.
Thursday, 1-Registration day for the college department. Mr. Dittmer added
to the faculty. Eight hundred co-eds are thrilled to death.
Friday, 2-Normal loses to Platteville, 14-9, at Platteville. The Kindergarten
department gives a mixerq Lester Schuck leaves school amid much hand
shaking and good will, to try his fortune in the wide world.
Monday, 5-The Cotter Miller Players present t'Gammer Gurt0n's Needle" and
' ' The Imaginary Invalid. l '
Tuesday, 6-Gene McKenna finds out who Rose Candee is. So does Jack Baltus.
Vlfednesday, 7-Normal is defeated by Oshkosh, 31-9.
Friday, 9-The Sophomore Prom. Betty Dallister leads the prom with Gordy
Strathearn. Everybody present.
Tuesday, 13-Dr. Bussewitz suggests that students who do not care to drink
the contaminated bubbler water bring their private cows to school and
tie them up behind the building.
February, 14-Truly, a day of events. The mercury stands at fourteen below.
Mrs. Beatrice Forbes Robertson Hale addresses the assembly and a half-
breed Airebull pup wanders across the stage. Fluffy Root freezes her nose
and gets a valentine from Jerry, so it's all right. Frank Hoehl wears a
pair of enormous boots.
Thursday, 15-Eleanor Koontz makes a bet: tour dates with Oswald, or tive
dollars to Grace!
Friday, 16-Miss Rinzel addresses the assembly on child psychology.
Monday, 19-Harold Sanville wins the local oratorical contest.
Tuesday, 20-Jo Pachaly gives a Hawaiian dance in national costume. Walter
Fischer appears in German class the morning after initiation night, smell-
ing Mmighty lak a rose." Class excused!
Wednesday, 21-Charlie von Raumbach learns the value of looking lonesome.
Thursday, 22-We come to school, despite the fact that it is Washington's birth-
day. Charlie continues to look lonesome, not for nothing. A co-ed takes
Friday, 23-Co-ed sympathizes, Charlie happy, bliss permanent.
Monday, 26--Oswald bites, Eleanore wins, Grace pays.
Tuesday, 27-Something like spring in the air. Roy de Roo thinks of running
away-to Lake Park. The Dramatic Club presents 'fliaddy Long-Legs."
Copious weeping from the training school fiappers at thc matinee perform-
Vlfednesday, 28-Oscar Goelzer re-elected president of the Spanish Club.
Thursday, 1-March comes in like a lamb. Cameras out, no coats, everybody
goes walking. Several new cases around school.
Friday, 2-Annual triangular debate with Platteville. lVe win here but lose
at Whitewater. Mixer following the debate.
Monday, 5-Helen and George no longer eat. Talking is enough.
Tuesday, 6-Oscar Goelzer asks: "Was Galahad the guy that found the Grail?"
Miss Shafer pastes paper over the glass pane of her door. Peeking in at
the co-eds not allowed.
Vlfednesday, 7-Mr. Alexander Mueller of the Art School speaks to the as-
sembly about the Art School. Cheever and Mieding lecture on topics of
their own in the back of the room and are asked out by Miss Day.
Thursday, 8-Mens' Glee Club gives a program. Encore. Program repeated
Friday, 9-Mr. Sweet forbids Nate Hinden to pick up things from the floor.
Monday, 12-Big snow storm. No assembly. Postie and Fluffy Root, the legal
representatives from Wauwatosa and NVest Allis, are both absent.
Tuesday, 13-Harold Sanville busy trimming up his oration for Fridayys
combat. More snow.
Vllcdnesday, 14-Registration day for the normal departments. Postie smells
a potato chip and hunts for it all day. Finally trails it to the kindergarten
tea in Miss Michaels' room, but is 11ot allowed to enter.
Thursday, 15-Kip Kroening is almost drowned when he falls in a foot of
slush. Chet Fullerton wears a straw hat to school.
Friday, 16-Milwaukee Normal entertains the delegates to the convention of
the State Oratorical Association. Big doings, gala spirit. We dance, talk,
eat, and enjoy ourselves much. Stevens Point wins the contest.
Saturday, 17-Heinneman stars for Normal in the Marquette-Normal track
Monday, 19-Louis Untermeyer speaks to us about poetry. Postie wears a
wing collar, and Dick Bielefeld gets a. box of fudge and a reputation as a
Tuesday, 20-Lester Schuck visits school and does away with Miss Day's priv-
acy by bursting through a glass window pane backward into the Dean's
Wednesday, 21-A Near East film is shown during assembly time. The cast
includes seventeen thousand children. Contributions are called for.
Thursday, 22-Mrs. Putnam organizes a. Student Council of the National Wom-
an 's Party.
Friday, 23-A Harold Lloyd Comedy is given as an Auxiliary benefit.
Monday, 26-Slivers borrows George Griswold's gym shoes and then goes home
for the rest of the day.
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Tuesday, 27-The Telephone Company gives us a program and we are reminded
of some of our telephone shortcomings.
VVednesday, 28-Gordy leads the assembly in a Using." Sylvan Zweifel, the
Beta nightingale, gives a vocal solo.
Thursday, 29-The football and basketball men receive their sweaters.
Vilednesday, 4-We all return from Easter vacation ready to start the last lap.
Thursday, 5-Rose Candee gets a spanking. Roy Rieselbach visits school, the
proud owner of a mustache. Jo Pachaly gets here for a first hour class after
exactly three hours of sleep.
Friday, 6-Dallas Lore Sharp addresses the assembly. He says much that is
new and interesting, and in him we find a stout champion of the tardy
comer. Harriett Rowe jubilant. Jo Pachaly is still alive and again on time
at her tirst hour after another such party.
Monday, 9-Joe Heinneman solves the mystery of the Prom queen. Evan Yundt
visits school. So do a number of other alumni. It snows for a change.
Tuesday, 10-Warm, springlike weather. Bob Lenken and Katie Bowman go
bird hunting with an opera glass.
VVednesday, 11-Harriett Rowe has gone to a fortune teller and is disgusted be-
cause everything is all wrong and it wasn't worth fifty cents.
Thursday, 12-Billy Wright wins the first prize for his Prom poster.
Friday, 13-Everything goes wrong with everybody. General crankiness and
many tests. ltls the 13th.
Saturday, 14-MM" Club annual dinner dance a11d a bad snowstorm. Dancing
and eating, and everyone happy.
Monday, 16-The Sophomores get their proofs. They are all sure that the cam-
era is the worst liar in existence.
Tuesday, 17-The Prom tickets going with a rush.
Wednesday, 18-Normal defeats the Milwaukee County Aggies in the first base-
ball game of the season, 3-2.
Thursday, 19--Fully half the men in school absent because of toothaehe or a
dead grandmother. The Brewers meet the Millers in the first game.
Friday, 20-The Junior Prom! The gym is a riot of color, the music is wonder-
ful and everything is glorious. The party adjourns at 12 :30.
Monday, 23-Mr. Suchy gives a few tests. Mere trifles-to everyone but the
ones who have to take them.
Wednesday, 25-Sophomore class play, "Let's Get Married." Record attend-
ance, big hit.
Thursday. 26-Hugo Prengel throws a few erasers and Bob Carney picks them
up. Mr. Wilde is the silent spectator.
Friday, 27-The Foreign Language Department entertains convention delegates
from the Wisconsin Modern Language Teachers' Association. Evening pro-
gram of French, German, and Spanish plays and dances.
Monday, 30-Tryouts for Union Vodvil. Many promising stunts.
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Tuesday, 1-Charles Hawtrey comes to school in a Palm Beach suit.
Wedriesday, 2-Good Fellowship League May fete.
Thursday, 3-Rose Candee composes a song: "I like My Gene McKenna," and
Gene comes back with :L'How I Love Rose Candecf'
Monday, 7-The bobbing craze reaches a climax. There are three girls left in
school with long hair. Even Miss Schirmer shows signs of weakening.
VVcdnesday, 9-Union Vodvil. Great success.
Thursday, 10-Gym classes conducted outdoors.
Friday, 11-Thrills! George finally gets his last semester's English credit by
handing in three sonnets, some blank verse, and a dozen epics.
Friday, 18-lduna's spring dancing party. A big event.
Monday, 21-Reviews draw near. We begin to see the seriousness of life. The
Sophomores realize their importance.
Thursday, 24-Racine hike. A good number turn out and finish the jaunt.
Friday, 25-Mr. Sweet lectures on "How to Build a Gothic Doghouse." The
lecture is copyrighted and broadcasted from Gimbcls. Mixer.
Monday. 28-The assembly contains twenty people instead of the usual morn-
ing audience. Not enough for a "-sing."
Wednesday', 6-Class Day .
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Dear Reader: XVe tl1a11k you for reading thus farg your
kindness is exceeded only by your personal beauty. The con-
tents ot' the following pages were as ll1llCl1 ol' a surprise to us
as they are to you, but we felt it our duty to reveal to the
students of this school SOIIIC of the hitherto unknown facts con-
cerning the terrible past, uncertain present, and questionable
future of some ol' their professors tllld classmates.
lVe shall detain you 110 longer, as we know that you are
anxious to scoop up the scandal which follows. The faculty
inembers 011 hall duty will now please lock tl1e Assembly doors
to prevent tl1e escape of any of these notorious, but bashful,
members of the Rogue's Gallery.
VISITORS-In spreading tl1e scandal, please mention the
Connnittee 011 Reputations.
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VVe asked Dr. Gates if he had a picture
which we might have for the Annual. His
eyes tremored with tears and his voice grew
moist, as he replied, "I have a picture, but
it is very dear to me. It is myself as I
should have been if all my students had
handed in their experiments on time: if they
had recited when falled on, if they had been
absent when the roll was taken. I submit
this picture a warning to future instruc-
tors, not as an example of good looks."
l could find Miss Greene nowhere. I looked
in all the desk drawers, under the telephone,
in the bookcase-everywhere, but I found
her not. Some kind soul then informed me
that she had only one class a day in that
room. and that I could now Iind her in Doc
Purin's sanctuary. I heard the bell ring,
and with a dash I reached the room only to
find it empty. I tracked my viftim again,
this time to Miss Shafer's room, but appar-
ently that too was unoccupied. I was about
to leave in disgust, when I heard what
sounded like a deeply heaved sigh. I looked
again, and this time I perceived Miss Greene
buried under a mountain of English themes,
from which she emerged with a wry face to
inquire the purpose of my visit.
"Do you have much work?" I asked pleas-
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With that she was smothered in papers
once more, and I very meekly withdrew.
"Hello, Mr. VVinnie," I ventured as a way
of opening the Conversation, but it was more
like opening an exhaust. "You are not
speaking correctly," he answered. "Your
epiglottis and your palate are not in harm-
ony. QOf course not, they were in my mouthj,
Your larynx has been playing tag with your
trachea, and the result is you emphasized the
wrong syllable of the word 'Hell0.' Now
proceed with what you started to say."
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I sneaked into the gym one day while
Barney was drilling a class. I had no sooner
entered, when he emitted a terrible roar. I
saw all the fellows turn and run. I'd have
run too, if I'd had any strength. As it was,
I left the floor a few feet behind, returning
after a few flying moments, to find the class
gone, and Barney looking inquiringly at me.
"Barney," says I boldly, "What makes you
"Well, you see," says he. "It runs in the
family like wooden legs."
"But it is very becoming," says I,
"What? The wooden leg?" says he, with
a twinkle in his eye, and a dumbbell in his
hand. Afraid that he might repay my im-
pertinence by using the dumbbell, I escaped
by the nearest door.
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The only time we could interview Miss
Steinfort was at a Spanish Club meeting.
Order had not yet been called, and despite
the gabbering Spaniards, we managed a few
questions. "How long have you been teach-
ing here?" I bellowed. "I think next week
would be the best time," she answered. "Do
you live here in Milwaukee, Miss Steinfort?"
"No, I can't. There is a faculty meeting to-
night." In desperation, I bellowed again,
"Do you like Milwaukee Normal, Miss Stein-
fort?" "Yes, it is a lovely day, but it looks
quite a bit like rain,"
We corralled Mr. Adams one day while he
was playing baseball with our team. I had
the nerve to holler, "Hello" just as he was
about to strike at the ball. Paying no at-
tention to my salutation he sent it flying
fthe ball of coursel and flew to first base.
I slid in after him, with the following, "Do
you play often, Mr. Adams?" He was at
second. So was I, half out of breath, but
persistent. "Rather warm, isn't it?" He
was gone again, and when next I had suffic-
ient wind to address him he was standing
calmly in the field, having completed a home
run. I wiped my face, and gulped, "H-h-h-
hello, Mr. Adams?" "Oh, how-do-you-do," he
beamed, "Can I do anything for you?" I
took him at his word and collapsed.
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Beneath its rust, there glowed the wealth
Of rattling tin and perfect health.
Singing, he worked, and his childish glee
The cuckoo echoed from itls tree.
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VVhere he had lived his bad name down,
The sweet song died, and a vague unrest
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Milwaukee State Normal School
Offers the following Normal Courses:
Primary teachers, two years, four years.
Grammar Grade teachers, two years, four years.
junior High School teachers, three years, four years.
High School teachersg three years, four years.
Principals of State Graded Schools, two years, three years,
Superintendent of Schools and Principals of High Schools,
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Department of Kindergarten Training.
Louise XVI. idler, Director.
The course of study emphasizes appreciation of the principles of education con-
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Among the subjects provided are Kindergarten Theory, Technics, Principles, and
Teaching. Observation and practice enable the student to see how the principles
are applied, and to gain experience in applying them.
The requirements of the kindergarten teacher in music, nature study, and art are
considered in special classes in those subjects.
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A normal manual arts course for men is offered.
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decorative design, lettering and commercial design.
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School of !'x4USLC, 1fl'.Utto t711iF.S'S7lFT, Director.
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directors of high school music.
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counterpoint, analysis of musical form, composition, orchestration.
Department for Training Teachers of the Deaf.
,Honzo J. Pfinnie, Director
Regular Normal courses are offered with special electives in subjects for teaching
the deaf. A splendid equipment of apparatus and an extensive collection of
books, pamphlets, and magazines is provided. A diploma in this department has
a double value. The holder may teach in any public Day School for the Deaf in
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thorough equipment of a teacher for the deaf.
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An linglislnnan and an American were bragging about the speed of
the trains in their respective Countries.
EI1gllSl1l11311i-iifijllf trains go so last that telegraph poles look like
teeth in a Comb."
436116I'lCH11--n'l1l1Ii'ti5 nothing. I got on one of our trains and leaned
out the window to kiss niy wife good-bye, and the train went so fast, I
kissed a eow at the next station."
He-t'XVhy are girls always so erazy over battered up football
Himinl suppose it's because of their innate love of remnants."
"Etaoinshrdlueiufwypvbgkfqf' is the Eskimo Word for "I love you,"
No wonder the nights up there are so long. V
You tell 'em, graduate, you've senior days.
Nurse-'Jones seems to be very sure of himself."
Friend-"Sure of hiniself? Say, if the doctor told him he was going
to die, he'd begin taking lessons on the harp,"
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