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Girls, was it handsome Dale Hansmann? Yet there is old faithful Oscar Firgens. These combined with the previous ones might lead one to believe the problem is solved, but there were others.
Perhaps the versatile Sonny Olingy is the one we are looking for. Yet could it have been because we were made happier by the smiles of Phyl Davidson. Gene Connor. Edna Earl or Helen Keel. If the Sophomores were made famous by scientific discoveries, then it must have been Carl Bachmann. If it was hard workers that made the class then the honors should be placed on Marie Odegard. Kathryn Becker, and Edith Lambert. Could it have been Alice Bentz’s personality. Thelma Knutsen s pretty red hair. Ruth Rice's alluring blue eyes or Marge Well s fascinating looks? Before considering the long and short end of the question (Reedal and Redcmann) I suggest it might have been Victor Kilmer's crooning. Perhaps Lauretta Walsh might know. Do you suppose the Sophomores might have been helped along by the waves in Ray Bushes and Red Dchlinger's hair. Confidentially now. could it have been Nan Turrish's dimples. Helen Blake's poise. Blanche Bader's modesty or Eileen Hanson's ability on the dance floor? Could the silver tongue of Earl May
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Then, who made the Sophomores? Could it have been Tom Benson, president of the class for two consecutive years? Was it the good nature of Alberta Veeder or could it have been the golden voice of Caroline Zeichert ? Yes. it might have been Ira Bowker. possibly the only student besides Doris George, here to get an education. Perhaps it might have been the scholastic records made by those "brain trusters” such as Larsen. McDonald. Stauffer. Tenley. and Watson. Mightn't it have been Marlene Dietrich. Lucille Eskritt to you At any race Bill Miller seems to think so. There are certain male elements who think the responsibility of this sensational class is Dorothy Cook. Certainly, she has a large following. Yes. this is a great array of talent, yet it is evident that these are not the makers of the Sophomores.
I repeat, who then made the Sophomore Class? Cliff Malchow. procrastinator. would-be photographer, was it he? Did I hear you say it was Jimmy Berard and Ralph Abrahamson because of those things they are wearing on their upper lips? No doubt you re right, but we mustn't forget our Harlowes: Richards. Michaels, and the Johnsons. Virginia and Evangeline. Surely we must not forget the Krielkamp twins and those two little sisters with their perpetual smiles. Ruth Smith and Grace Morgan Harold Dregne says it was Mason Atwood's latest joke, but Irwin Westfahl says that couldn t be.
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convince you that it might have been the class cut-up '■Tim'’ Winch? Mickey McGuire and Bill Dagncau think it was the sophomore's victory in the intramural basketball tournament.
The question still remains, who made the Sophomores?
Then came morning and the dawn and with dawn an inspiration. Could we possibly be on the wrong tangent in trying to find an answer to the question? Perhaps the answer to the question lies in some of the personalities the writer docs not know or is not familiar with. To pick out a single event or single personality and say that this was the cause of this great class of '38 is absurd, for without the cooperation of the class as a whole these individual efforts would have resulted in nothing. The fact that the enrollment exceeded over two hundred and fifty makes the task of singling out any individual impossible. and bears out the evidence that the class was made by many persons. Therefore, this writer feels it unnecessary to make any apologies when he says that the Sophomores made themselves.
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