University of Wisconsin Stevens Point - Horizon / Iris Yearbook (Stevens Point, WI)

 - Class of 1936

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FIRST Row Liti to Rifhi—L Biiilti. R 5 h!r«h r. M Nim. D. Andr». M MiTWi R McWUlumt. D D««k«i. Z W«4 F. Yoke SECOND ROW—LHi to Rif hi Fjlkowtki P Marpiiord C K repair. M 0«a, A Rnarrf M M«( alloah E Rant THIRD ROW irti to Rif hi F BmUr, A llrmmv. L llirn, A Rue foil. C Poplul JUNIOR CLASS As we are nearing the end of this year at C. S. T. C. we are being placed and set higher in the ranks of activities about school. Our members have proven themselves able leaders in the activities which they have undertaken. While working with other groups they have shown the same ability as when working together. Evidence of their cooperation was brought out clearly in the Junior Prom, which was actually a classical presentation. Ted Menzel. King, and Oscar Copes. Prom Chairman, did splendid work in the planning and leading of the prom, which is the main social function of the class. At the conclusion of this year, the class as a whole is looking back over the things it has accomplished, the projects in which it has failed, and also at the opportunities which it has failed to accept. Out of this, the juniors are deriving ideas and coming to conclusions as to their virtues and their aid to C. S. T. C. With this experience in the background, they are looking toward their senior year. The experiences of the past link closely with their plans for the future and the juniors bear a constant determination to continue this spirit of leadership and cooperation in their final year at C. S. T. C. PAGE »

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F1BST Ho»—tW» fo kifht E B Tafimki. M Mmi. M ( T«tU i. E «mn « A M V«r. F Vu Vim L Ku«inr«f, E Mum. E Jik«i L I.Kfc«k SfiGOKO Ro —LHi 10 Rifhf- C Kmkollrk. L AiRnw V R S h «ha. L Prato . L Ffivltf. N lotifaM M Kaht D PlUltl G Lonfcirrf THIRD Ron I.W» lo Htphi W Thnwti. L S»1«V5« D Lnm C S n«M S Krotra P. Snub. II Rtukrn C KubitiaV. B I Jr«» JUNIOR CLASS The Junior Class can rightfully look back at a splendid record. This group of the student body has been well represented in athletics, forensics, student publications, and music. Again this year it claimed the most popular students chosen as king and queen of the Mardi Gras. The attainment of the honors acquired by the Juniors is not due to leadership alone, but also to the splendid cooperation which has been exhibited throughout the year. The Junior Class includes not only those students enrolled for their third year in a four year course, but also is based upon the records earned by the students. Prerequisites for enrollment as a Junior arc that the student have sixty-four credit hours and eighty-three honor credits. Because of these requirements the Junior Class also has in its ranks the graduating students enrolled in three year courses and all other students meeting these qualifications. page m



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FIUST ROto Right— E E Kotb. B. Ro ad. C Johaw.. L DodU . A Koki « L S 2yc4 . V Wjikmi M I Toler. R ML J Kohl SECOND ROW—LHt fo . »- D BoiUt. J. Joo tf«. V Stott N C.tDc. M Stltaua A «»».♦•. G MiUamir A Gtxuch M L'ilmin. J. LiriaiUM THIRD Ro .» »o Right—1| Drni D Welch. J Ltuailr E kniUiap. R KnrUiait. I Wh.pp'.t A Cjrmodr. O Firftnt | Lobctg SOPHOMORE CLASS What makes a class? Have you ever tried to answer the question ? What made the Sophomore class? If we knew, it never would be necessary to take this occasion to eulogize the Sophomores. Surely there must have been some event or some forceful personality that served as an impetus. What made the Sophomore class? Was it the Sophomore party! You remember it. don't you? Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and Miss Colman were there as chaperons. Do you recall the date and the harvest time theme that was carried out by means of leaves, cornstalks, and pumpkins? In case you have for gotten, it was October 18th. and the orchestra that played those tantalizing tunes was that ever popular little band, the “Uptowners'. Again, what made the Sophomores? Could it have been George Cart mill's stellar performance in that musical comedy. "Tune In'? Or maybe it was Joe Pfiffner's performance in the same comedy. “Red" Chartier insists that it was his famous end-run in the 34 Oshkosh game that paved the way for a Point victory and later a championship. Speaking of sports, perhaps the personnel of the '35 and '36 championship basketball teams contributed in a large way toward making its class known, that class of the hard-court: Rinka. Nimz. and Johnston. Do you remember how Innam Whipple represented the sophomore class in the Golden Gloves tournament' Can you imagine anyone being looked up to anymore than Bill Knox is. and lie's a sophomore’ PAGE 40

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