University of Wisconsin Oshkosh - Quiver Yearbook (Oshkosh, WI)

 - Class of 1927

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 Mm Kennedy Bonman Hermsen Meyer Pivonka Becker De Young Burton Charettc Rubcrg Muranki Kronzer Sitter Brennan Verkuilicn McCormick Kebh Pa ska Kczertee Kennedy Peerenboom Kennedy TurilT Novitski Bent Donovan Monahan Ackerman Novitski De Young Gleason First Semester Donald Gleason . Frank Novitski . Florence Burke . Gertrude DeYoung Rukben Charettk Jed Kennedy Marquette OFFICERS President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Marshall . H istorian Second Semester Donald Gleason . John Wrage Florence Ackerman Gertrude DeYoung Rueben Charette Constance Foley Mr. Novitski FACULTY ADVISERS MEMBERSHIP Faculty Joseph F. Novitski Eva J. Van Sistinc Florence Ackerman Gladys Andrews Richard Becker Leona Braun Eleanor Bode Louis Bosnian Anna Bee Brennan Isabel Brennan Florence Burke Robert Burton Agnes Busch Emerine Conto Lucille Curry Amelia Christoff Eleanor Dclgoff Gertrude DeYoung Marian DeYoung Norman Dorschner Rose Donovan Mary Effenberger Lois Englebert Grace Englebert W. L. Farm Constance Foley Mark Foley Viola Flood George Gricsc Elizabeth Gilboy Miss E. J. Van Sistinc Edward Hall Miss Crowley Agatha Goggins Donald Gleason Olive Gorman Amy Grady Helen Hardgrove Helen Heffernan Mildred Heffernan I olita Hermsen Bertha J. Hicbsch Clifford Hutchinson Sarah A. McCormick Eunice McCoy Doris Meisncst L. G. Meyer Katherine Moeller Grace M. Miller Lucille Morrow John Muraski Louise Nabbctcld Margaret Nebel P. J. Nebel Ceil Hoolihan Margaret Kelly Helen Kelsch Katherine Kennedy Jed Kennedy Hugh Kennedy Elizabeth Kczertee Page one hundred siny

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Browning Organized in 1807 "The Best is Yet to Be” The Browning Club was organized in the year 1897. Several students in the Type Studies Class, wishing to spend more time on Browning, received permission from President Albcc to organize a Browning Club. Permission was given for the use of a classroom for the meetings, and for the use of the gas without pay. Should its life be shorter than a semester, however, twenty-five cents for each meeting should be charged. The first meeting of the club was held in the spring of 1897, ami since then it has held regular sessions twice a month up to the present time. It first consisted of fifteen active members from this school and fifteen associate members, most of whom were citizens in this community. Then about 1916 it became a girls' society exclusively. The aim of the society has been the study of Robert Browning’s work. The society has accomplished the purpose for which it set out. It has given its memliers some idea of the dramas and longer poems of Browning. Its aim is purely literary, and it is the only society of its kind in the school. With the adoption of a four year course no student ranking lower than a sophomore will be eligible for admission. Whether the assigned work is the monologue, the lyric or the drama the chief interest has been to discover Browning’s message, which appears to vary with the individual group. Each mcmlier is responsible for a substantial contribution to the club. Skill in organizing material and in directing and leading a group in a special study is thus acquired by the members of the club. Meetings last one hour, from seven to eight and arc held at the home of Miss Ellen Peake. Union Street. Parliamentary drill is one feature of Browning meetings. New members of Browning must pass a "mental and physical initiation". Mental initiation consists of a parody on Browning. This year Edith Richards’ poem was unanimously chosen as the best. Physical initiation this year was under the direction of Miss Peake, who surprised the girls by having the ordeal take the form of eating ice cream and cake. This year the study of the “Ring and the Book" was the major study. The most permanent value in such study is the breadth of vision and of sympathy and the knowledge of life that comes from contact with the universal truths expressed by Browning. From time to time favorite passages are memorized. Some of the most popular selections arc: “Ah. hut a man’s reach should exceed his grasp Or zv hat's a heaven for?” Andrea del Sarto "If you yet simple beauty and naught else You yet about the best thing God invents." Fra Lippo Lippi "Yc?w seen the world The beauty and the wonder and the power. The shape of things, their colors, lights and shades. Changes, surprises, and God made it all!" Fra I.ippo Lippi “H’hy stay we on the earth Unless to grow?" Cleon “All sen-ice ranks the same with God, With God. whose puppets, best and iworst, Are zee. there is no last nor first." Pippa Passes Page one hundred fifty-nine



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 -1'— -'S.‘y.-'j.' '■ ■ ■ • ■ • •• ".•?■ •-'•V’.'- ‘- ''.? i - j.'.- '’j.‘ ‘’-‘-?'' ' kelly Foley Heflfernan _ llardjcrove Kilp Flood Mae Miller Stanton Ackerman Kiquette Ktisscll Busch Van llecsch Gorman Kelsh Ander on Keene Irn c Liehell Burton Wrage Heibsch Marian Kilp Emily Kimball James Klauck Margaret Kronzer Iola K. Laccas Christine Leary Frank B. Liebel Jerry Martens Marian Maes Dorothy Xiquette Frank Novitski Bernice O’Connell Lucille O’Connell Bessie O’Connell Mathilda Ottman Eleanor Pierce O’Connell l-eary Gilboy Verona Peterson Mary Pivonka Marian Peerenboom John Paska Marie Ruberg Daisy Mae Rhodes Marie Russell Stephen Sitter Fay Stanton Marie TurilT Mary Van Heesch Michael Yerkuilien John Wrage Agnes Zeitler Marquette The Marquette Club, an organized body of Catholic students and faculty members, was founded in 1908. The Club was organized because many of the Catholic students in the Normal School realized the trials and difficulties of being strangers in a new community, and because they felt the loss of those influences which in their homes tended toward a higher appreciation of Catholic knowledge. The organizers knew the importance which a good religious training has in the forming of character and the shaping of eternal destinies. They were desirous of conforming to the highest ideals of Catholic manhood and womanhood in the interest of religious truth, both doctrinal and historical, in the interest of a more extended knowledge of the scientific researches founded by the Church and of Catholic literature generally; ami finally, the club was organized for the purpose of establishing more friendly relations among Catholic students. Marquette has established a record in the past few years that is difficult to surpass. The club has been prominent in the field of forensics and music, and also in the realm of athletics. This year Marquette was well represented on the varsity girls’ and men’s debate teams. It has always been a strong contender for the Dempsey Debate Trophy. For the past two years the school’s representative in extempore speaking has been a Marquette member. Marquette's school spirit was adequately shown by the number of the representatives at the State Forensic contests at Eau Claire this year. Marquette has enjoyed many joint meetings with Y. P. C. A. in the past year. I.ast year the two clubs combined and held a spring party at the Power Boat Club House on Lake Butte dcs Morts. Splendid programs are presented at the regular meetings of the club every Wednesday evening. Music, debate, readings and discussions of religious topics, form a large part of these programs. This year we have had the pleasure of being addressed by many prominent pastors of the city. Page one hundred sixtyone

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