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 THE GITCHE GUMEE 1937 Volume Thirty-nine Published by The Senior Class of the Superior Stote Teachers College Superior. Wisconsin Editor—Robert M. Hull Business Manager I. Merlin FisherForeword To portray the events of the school year, to show, through these pages, all sides of college life, and to help us reminisce, in later years, of our school and associations formed here, are the aims of the Gitche Gurnee of 1937 If these aims are attained by this yearbook, the Gitche Gurnee staff will be satisfied in having fulfilled its duty.Order of Contents Book One Classes Book Two Music, Departments, Publications Book Three Organizations Book Four College Life and Fun Book Five Athletics Book Six AdvertisementsnfViAND NOW FOLLOW US THROUGH A YEAR AT SUPERIOR STATE TEACHERS COLLEGEDedication In deep appreciation for life-long service to education in Northern Wisconsin, the student body of the Superior State Teachers College dedicates this 1937 edition of the Gitche Gumee to Mrs. Jessie Crownhart. Mrs. Crownhart—then Jessie Evans—entered into the school system of Superior in 1890. During her tenure of office Miss Evans was married to Charles Crownhart, a young attorney of Superior. Married life did not end her educational career and two years later Mrs. Crownhart was appointed Douglas County Superintendent of Schools—the first woman to hold that office. Although she left that office four years later, Mrs. Crownhart continued to watch the progress of Wisconsin educational institutions. During the years 1907-1912, when her husband. Judge Crownhart, was Regent for the Superior State Normal School, she shared his devotion. Known as a friend of education. Mrs. Crownhart was appointed in 1931 to the Board of Regents for all the Wisconsin Teachers Colleges. In this unsalaried and self-sacrificing capacity she continues to guard the interests she has loved and worked for so long. Nln«Tw ]v»ROBERT E. CURRAN DR. JIM DAN HILL In his sixth year as president of the second largest teachers college in the state of Wisconsin. Dr. Jim Dan Hill has, through his service to Superior State and efficient administration of her affairs, raised to a new peak her scholastic standards until today the reputation of this college as a foremost creditable institution of higher learning is widespread throughout the Northwest. Vitally interested in the welfare and accomplishments of this college is Robert E. Curran, LLB., our representative on the Board of Regents of Wisconsin Teachers Colleges. He, with nine other regents, appointed by the governor of the state, is charged with directing the government of Wisconsin's nine teacher training institutions, a tremendous task indeed, but one which Mr. Curran has efficiently fulfilled in these many years he has been the voice of Superior State. FACULTY ADMINISTRATION The Dean of Women, Miss Clark, presides over Crownhart Hall, and keeps the girls out of mischief. Dr. Loop is the Dean of Men. Despite what we hear from other members of the faculty, we still know he's a good golfer. The library is carefully and efficiently managed under the direction of Mr. Thorp, the Librarian, and Miss Walde, the Assistant Librarian. They are responsible for the care and distribution of the thirty thousand volumes which are available to the students. The duty of the Registrar, Mr. Langley, is to keep records of enrollments, class cards, and grades. He also makes a little mark after your name every time you cut a class, so beware, you can't get away with it. He talks for hours about ship models. All the business end activities of the College are handled by some member of the office force. These four workers answer in a single day as many questions on as many subjects as we can possibly imagine. Mrs. Stone, in the foreground, was the Assistant Secretary and directs most of the business into its proper channels. Miss Bock is the Financial Secretary. You know what that means. Miss Williams is the Recorder and the College statistician. Miss McKinnon is Secretary to the President. SbctMnFACULTY • ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Miss MacQuilkin, head of tho English Department, is especially interested in English Literature, Drama, and Public Speaking. Miss Ohman specializes in Freshman English, English Literature, Play Production and Children's Literature. She likes to read good dramas. Mr. Vitz is an authority on old English, American Literature, and Poetry. He frequently judges debates throughout this section of the country. Period Literature and the novel are the main interests of Miss Cooper. Her favorite occupation, however, is the training of budding journalists through her efforts with the Peptomist, our College paper. Miss Deaton and Dr. Williams share the same office in the English section of the library wing. ThG former is primarily concerned with American Literature and Freshman English. The latter is an authority on Shakespeare. S Y»nt «n ■liJhFACULTY NATURAL SCIENCES Dr. Miller took over the duties of Dr. Merrill in the Geology Department. His hobby is photography. Mr. Langley also teaches geology in addition to geography, and is especially known for his chalk drawing. The President Emeritus of the College, Dr. Merrill, will long be remembered by all with whom he came in contact. His interests have always been for the College as evidenced by the large number of his personal books he has presented to the school library. Miss Sequin and Mr. Bolender teach Zoology, Botany, and Biology. Mr. McCarthy also teaches Biology and Nature Study. He is an authority on birds and trees of this region. DqhteonFACULTY PHYSICAL SCIENCES In the Chemistry Department is Mr. Whealdon, who likes to recall by gone days. Visits to his cottage on the Brule are greatly anticipated by his friends. Mr. Schrieber, teacher of Physics and Physical Science, enlightens many on the subject of Astronomy by pointing out the stars, moon and planets through the telescope at the observatory. Dr. Rollefson is never too busy to take care of all aches and pains. Keeps an ever watchful eye on all athletic injuries and teaches Physiology and Hygiene. Mr. Weeks, of the Organic and Inorganic Chemistry section, is also an important feature on our Athletic Committee. Is quite an announcer at home football games, too. Nln»l««nFACULTY EDUCATION As Doan of Mon, Dr. Loop has much to do with solving school problems. His education courses are a boon to many who intend to toach. One cannot praise too highly the good advice which Miss Teerink offers in hor position as teacher and supervisor of student teachers. Prof. Vernon E. Van Patter is principal of the training department in the McCaskill school and is head of the Placement Bureau, set up to find jobs for graduates of this school intending to teach. Both Miss Carsley and Miss Cams are especially concerned with the Rural Department. Their outside interests are largely connected with radio programs. Miss Barbour looks at education from the Kindergarten-Primary standpoint. She is an extensive traveler. Mr. Almy looks at the same subject from the Grammar-Junior-High angle and Mr. Williams' interest lies in the psychology of education and he also finds time to supervise student teachers. Children s literature and amusements are the main interests of Miss Barse, co-instructor in the Kindergarten-Primary Department. TwentyFACULTY HISTORY • SOCIAL SCIENCE • FINE ARTS Miss Wail©, Miss Monger and Miss Clark keep the students informed as to what has happened in the past and what effect it has on the future. Miss Waite specializes in Roman and Greek history. Miss Clark in Far Eastern relations and Miss Monger is on the faculty of the McCaskill Junior High school. Miss Clark is also chairman of the History Department. The opera holds great interest for Miss Flogstad who teaches mathematics. Another teacher of mathematics is Mr. Smith who often recalls the days when he sang in the quartet. He has been on the faculty since the founding of this school. In the Social Science group. Dr. Longhorn, replacing Mr. Pitkin this year who is on leave, is instructor in American History. Dr. J. W. McKee is an authority on European History. Economics and Sociology are imparted to the students by Dr. Louis Carey who also has 121 hours of history to his credit. From California we have Dr. Ralph A. Norem. instructor in political science and adviser of the College International Relations Club. Our Foreign Language department is well-managed and filled by three women of the faculty: Mrs. Bessie Benton, German; Dr. Loth, German and Latin; and Miss Grace Barney, French. Twenty-On FACULTY FINE ARTS ATHLETICS Mr. Robert W. Young organized, for the first time hero in many years, a Men's Glee Club and Men's Quartet who have ably represented Superior State in local music circles. Miss Irene Curtis, able director of the Girls' Glee Clubs and the seventy-five members of the All-School Concert Chorus, offers courses in music theory, etc. Edward G. "Ted" Whereatt is well-known as Superior State's versatile athletic director. His teams have spread his name far and wide. Because of his unassuming manner and pleasing personality he has become endeared to all who know him. Directing the fine College orchestra, band, string ensemble and other instrumental groups of the college keeps Prof. William Schliep very busy throughout the school year. His organizations have made several appearances on the radio and have taken tours to neighboring Wisconsin communities. A new type of interest is aroused by the courses taught by Prof. V. E. Braman, Industrial Arts instructor. Here those mechanically inclined find expression for their individual tastes in creative work of surpassing excellence. Well-versed in Oriental culture and art is Miss Jane Rehnstrand, director of the Art Department of the College. In her teaching and work she carries out her motto: "Harmony in all things." Tw ntyTwoFACULTY THE TRAINING SCHOOL The McCaskill Training School, the model school for student teachers, and offering educational opportunities from the kindergarten through the ninth grade for some three hundred Superior children is under the general supervision of Professor V. E. Van Patter. Miss Joanna Teerink is student teacher supervisor and has her office in the Training School. Below we have pictured the complete faculty of the Training school, including the McCaskill Junior High School. From left to right, back row, Miss Kathleen McCann, Miss Angeline Broffel, Miss Lois Pennie, Dr. Helen Loth and Miss Lilian V helan, the last two being on the faculty of the Junior High School. In front we have the faculty of the Junior High, Miss Grace Barney, Miss Blanche Barse, Miss Gertrude Unthank and Miss Agnes Kirk, principal. In the next picture we find Prof. Van Patter, Louis Rich, Junior High athletic coach. Miss Elizabeth Monger, Mrs. Daisy Fulton, Dr. C. J. Rollefson and Miss Thelma Bjorkman, former librarian, whose position is now being taken by Florence Jackno, a college student. Miss Ruth Peterson, secretary of the Placement Bureau, Miss Minda Hovland, Miss Joanna Teerink, Miss Hazel Seguin, and Miss Ada Louise Wilson. Of this last group Miss Monger, Dr. Rollefson, and Miss Sequin are of the Junior High faculty. Not in the picture is Miss Charlotte Williams, second grade critic, and Mr. H. Milton Weeks, Junior Hiah Gvm instructor. Tw«nly-Thr «Twenty-Four Beauty 'midst brains. Whoro q o n I u s o s bud. Roadinq from loft to riqhl—books, books, books. Mr. Thorp and his olficionl assistants. Burning the midnight oil. THE LIBRARY Library Perspective. CLASSES BOOK IMcBikU LindquiK Schnoll Moloney Senior Class In October, the members of the Senior Class started their activities with the election of officers. William Schnell was elected president, while the others chosen for office were Norrie Maloney, vice president; Jean McBride, secretary; and Clarence Lindquist, treasurer. This year thirteen students make up the Owl and Serpent, honorary scholastic society. According to regulations, the twolve seniors having the highest average. providing that average is 2.00 or above, are nominated for membership with the approval of the Credits Committee at the end of the junior year. Clarence Lindquist, despite his being one credit hour short, was recommend- ed for membership because of his perfect record. The graduates eligible to this society from the High School Training Department are George Goldfine, Margaret E. Anderson, Shirley Carriar, Toss Kasper. Harry Hadley, William Schnell, William Talvitie, Mary Lawton Whcaldon, Elizabeth Flamang, William Peddle, and Clarence Lindquist. The othor members are Norrie Maloney of the Kindergarten-Primary Department and Lilyan Pederson from the Intermediate Department. In May, the annual Senior Reception and the annual Banquet of the Seniors and Alumni terminated activities for the year. Andorton. Peddle. Caiilar. TaWItl . FJaroaivj Undquitl. Ka»p r. Go Id .'.no. Whoaldon. Schnell Twenty-SixTHE CLASS Margaret And or son. B. Ed.. Superior, Wt». High School Training Department. Motor: Science. Minor: Go:- i raining Physical Anita Bubley. B. Ed.. Superior. Wli. High school Training Department. Maior: English. Minor: Latin. Activities Gltcho Stall. 3; W. A. A . I. 2. Laura Chell. B. Ed.. Frederic. Wls. Kmdergar ton-Primary Do. Bittment. Maior: Education, inor: English and Sc von CO. Ceorqo Coldline. B. Ed., Superior. wls. High School Tiain-ing Department. Maior: English. Minor: Latin and French. Activities Pcptomlst Stall, 2; Cliche Stall. 3; Alpha Psl Omega, -t; Senior Class Play. 4; Owl and Serponl. 4. Margaret Anderson lultus Bach inski Anila Bubley Willard Budnlck Laura Chell Lyman Courtney George Goldline Eleanor Herrick Jack Barkell Shirley Carrtar Joe Dodo Robert Hull Herbert Barlelme Beatrice Casperson Ills Engn Ruth Jacob Edward Bashara Jean Chadwick Leonard Erickson Myrna Johnson Julius Bachinski. B. Ed.. Supc-rtor. Wls. High School Training Department. Maior: History. Social Science. Minor: Biology. Activities Men's Glee Club: International Relations Club; Intra-mural Basketball. Willard Budnlck. B. Ed.. Superior, Wis. High School Train-ing Doisortmont. Motor: History. Minor: Music. Organization: Delta Theta Fraternity. Activities Orchestra; Chorus; Hockey; Men’s Qoartol; Siring Ensemble; Della Theta. Secie-l.ity-Tteasutor. llberl Lyman Ceurlney. B. Ed.. Superior. V is. High School raining Department. Maior: • hy slca I Science. Minor: dalhematlc . Eleanor Herrick. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Train-ing Department. Major: Hlstoty. Social Science. Minor: English. Owanizotlon: Tau Alpha Chi Sorority. Jack Barkell. B. Ed.. Superior, wis. High School Training De- Krtmont. Motor: Chemistry. ystes. Minor: Physical Education and Biology. Organization: Fox Fraternity. Activities Football: Basketball: Pepto-m.isl Sports Editor; Pop lorn 1st o! the Air; Homecoming Committee: "S" Club; Vodvll; German Club. Shirley Carriar. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: French and Biology. Organization: Sigma Omooa Sorortly. Activities Poplomlst Society Editor. 2. 3; GUche Society Editor. 3. 4; Vodvil. 2. 3. 4; Inter -Club Council. Secretary-Treasurer. 2. 3. 4; Owl and Serpent. 4. partmenl. Major: History. Socks! Science. Minor: Physical Education. Organization: Iota D»lta Chi Fraternity. Activities Football. Vodvil. Roborl Hull. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: History. Organization: Kno-Kiub. Activities Pepto-misl Stall. I. 2; Editor. 3; Gitche Stoll. 3; Editor. 4; Bell-man Adviser. 4; Social Committee. 4; International Relations Club. 2. Herbert Bartleme. B. Ed.. Superior. Wls. High School Training Department. Major: Mathematics. Miner: Social Science. Organization: Lambda Delta Chi Fraternity. Aeilvt-lies—Social Chairman. 4. Edward Bashara. B. Ed.. Iron-wood. Mich. High School Training Department. Maior: English. Minor: French. Adiv-Hies—Cliche Sports Editor. 4; Chairman Senior Ring and Pm Committee. 4; Senior Class Play. 4; Chorus. 4. Beatrice Casperson. B. Ed.. Frederic. Wls. High School Training Department. Maior: Engltrh. Minor: History. Social Science. Organization: Delta Sigma Sorority. Activities Alpha Psl Omooa, Vic Piesi-dent. 2. 3. President. 4; "Importance ol Being Earnest": ''Suppressed Desires"; Senior Class Play; Vodvil. 2. 3. 4; International Relations Club. Vice President, 2. 3. Socsetary. 4; Sigma Gamma Chi. President. 3. Iris Engh. B. Ed.. Barron. Wls. High School Training Department. Maior: English. Minor: History. Oi xmizatlon: Sigma Pi Sorortly. Alpha Psi Omoga; Sigma Gamma Chi. I. 2. 4. Activities W. A. A.. I. 2. 3, 4; Vodvil. I. 4; Chorus. 3; Y. W. C. A.. 2. Jean Chadwick. Superior. Wls. Intermediate Department. Maior: Education. Minor; English and Ail. vonard Erickson. B. Ed.. Supoor Wts. High School Train-g Department. Major: Biology, inor: Geology - Geography, rganization: Fox Fratornlly. Ruth Jacob. B. Ed.. South Range. Wis. High School Training Do- Kirtmonl. Major: Mathematics. Inor: Chemistry. Activities -German Club. 2. 3; Glee Club, 4. yrna Johnson. 8. Ed.. Supe-m. Wis. High School Train-g Department. Maior: tgllsh. Minor: History. Or-rnization: Della Sigma, ■erotary. 3. Activities Glee lub. 3. Twenty-SevenFreda Kathlntll Jean Lindsay William McPherson Romo Neuvonen Tes Kasper Norrle Maloney Alice McTaggait William Peddle Phyllis Kerr Pauline Munucci lames Morrlhew Clifton Rosin Dorothy Kuhlmey Jean McB-tde Harold Mills Barbara Rauchonstein Clarence Lindquist Edward McGrath Maigaret Morianly Lorna Sayles Freda Kashlnski. 8. Ed.. Du- luth. Minn. Ktndergarten-Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Organization: St ima Pi Sorority. Activillos -W. A. A.; Si )rr.a Gamma Chi; Mixed Chorus; Tau Epsilon. Tess Kasper. B. Ed.. Suporlor. Wrs. High School Training Do-partmont. Motor: Chemistry. Minor: Biology and Mathematics. Activlltss German Club. Treasurer 2. President 3; Class Sccroiary-Treasuror. 3: Soloist with College Orchostra, 3; Owl and Serpent, 4. Phyllis Kerr. 8. Ed.. Supotior. V is. Hl |h School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: Ait. Dorothy Kuhlmey. 8. Ed., Supo-riot. Wit. Intcrmodi'ile Depart, msnl. Maior: Education. Minot: Music. English. Activities President of Intermediate G:oup. 2; Gloo Club. 1, 2. 3. 4. Jean Lindsay. B. Ed.. Suponot. V it. High School Training Do- Girtmcnt. Maior: Mathomattcs. inor: Social Science. Activities— Peptomist Staff. Is Hockoy. I, 2; German Club. 1. William McPherson. 8. Ed . Suporlor. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: History. Social Science. Minor: Physical Education and Biology. Organization: Iota Delta Chi Fraternity. President, 4; Activities Football, 3; Basketball. 2. 3. 4; Golf. I. 2; "S" Club. 2. 3. 4; Vodvll. 2, 3. 4. Norrle Maloney. 8. Ed . Superior. Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Art. Organization: Delta Siima Sotot-ity. Activities — Gi'che Stall; Peptomist Staff; Vodvll; Inlor-club Council. Paulino Mariucci. B. Ed.. Eve-loth. Minn. High School Training Department. Ma»ot: English. Mtno:: French and Zoology . Organization: Sigma Pi Sorority. Alice McTaagart. 8. Ed., Superior. Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: Art and Science. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sororitv. President. 3. Secretary. 4. Activities Kindergarten • Primary Club. Vice Prosldenl. 3. President. 4; President Inlor-club Council.3: Pcpicmlst Staff. 2; Vodvll. 1, 2. 3. 4; Chorus and Gleo Club. lames Merrlhew, 8. Ed.. Iron River. Wis. High School Training Department. Maior: History. Social Science. Minot: Geo.’ogy-Ceography. Iran McBride, B. Ed.. Supeiio-. Wis. High School Training Dr-rvnlmenl. Motor: English. Minor: French. Organlz-rllon: Dolla Sigma Sororily. Activities Sorority Ttoaiuter. 3; Presidenl. 4; Class Vico Pros!-deni 1, Secretaty. 4; President o! Intor-club Council 4: Vod-viL 1.13. 4; Gitcho Staff. 3. 4. Harold Mills. 8. Ed.. Superior. V is. High School Training Derailment. Major: History. Social Science. Minor: Phyrica! Education. Acltvllej College Y; Inlra-mural S[K its- Reino Neuvonon, Hayward. Wis. Rural-Slate-Graded Department. Major: Education. Organization: Sigma R h o. President. 1. 2. Activities Glee Club; Chorus: Y.M.C.A : Treasurer of Sigma Rho. William Peddle. 8. Ed.. Superior. Wis. Hiah School Training Dopartm ’nl. Major: G elegy • Geography. Minor: Physic -Chemistry. Organization: Kno • Klub. Activities German Club. I. 2: Vodvll Electrician. 1. 2. 3. 4. Clifton Rosin. Gordon. Wis. Rural Department. Major: Education. Organization: Sigma Rho. Barbara Rauchenstoin. B. Ed.. Suporlor. Wis. I nter mediate Department. Maior: Education. Minor: Science and Music. Organization: Sigma Omega Sorority. Activities College Orchestra; Glee Club; Vodvil. THE S E N I O R CLASS Clarence Lindquist. B. Ed.. Su peiior. Wis. High School Train Ing Dopaitmcnt. Major: Math omatics. Minor: German and Physical Science. Orgamza lion: Lambda Della Chi Fra torntty. Activities Intoicol leg la I o Debate Team. I; Get man Club. 1. 2. 3. Secretary 2. Presldonl. 3; Cliche Stall. 2; Poptomisl Stall, 2; Inlra-mural Basketball. 2. 3. 4; Social Chairman, 4; Owl and Serpent. 4. Edward McGrath. B. Ed.. Supe-ilor. Wis. High School Training Department. Maior: Mis-lory. Minor: Physical Educa-«lon. Activities Baskotball. I. 2. 3. 4; “S" Club. I. 2. 3. 4. Marqarel Moriority. 8 Ed.. Surer lot, Wis. Interim-dialo Do-raitment. Maior: Education. Minor: Music and English. Activities Orchestra. 2. 3. 4; Band. 2. 3. 4; W. A. A.. 2. 3. 4. President. 4; Vodvil. 2. 3. Lorna Sayles, B. Ed,, Mellen. Wis. Kindergarten-Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: Science and English. Activities — W. A. A : Sigma Gamma Chi; Gleo Club. Twenty-EightLoo Schcir Thoodoro Slncioar Thomas Yollch Marguerite Et tenon Lotralno Schiller William Talvlilo Dorothy May Andoiion Con:ad Frocmol Maiy |ano Schmid Ann Vaughn Dorothy I. Anderson Florence Gustation William Schnotl Maty Whoa Woo Dorothy Barber Ella Konlman Kathryn Schunlng Dorothy Woodward Elaine Carlson John Howell Leo Schelr. B. Ed.. Milwaukee. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: History. Social Science. Minor: Geography-Geology. Organization: Delta Theta Fraternity. Lorraine Schiller. B. Ed., Superior. Wi . Intermediate Department. Moloi: education. Minor: Music and English. Organization: Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority. Activities -Tau Epsilon. J. 4. President. 3; Inter-club Council. 3. 4; Treasurer of Inleimodiato Department. 3} Vice President Lambda Sigma Lambda. 3, President. 4. Mary lane Schmitt. B. Ed.. Min-neapotis. Minn. Intermediate Department. Malar: Education. Minor: Science and English. Organization: Dolta Sigma Sotorlly. Activities Cliche Stall. I. 3. 4; Chorus. 3. 4; Alpha Psl Omega, 2; Vodvll, 1.2. 3. 4; Inter-Club Council. 4. Vice President Della Sigma. 4. William Schnell. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Training Depart men I. Motor: Mathematics Minot: Physical Science. Organization: Iota Delta Chi. Activities President Senior Class, 4; Vodvll. 3. 4; Owl and Serpsnt. 4; Senior Class Play Commtlleo. 4; German Club, 1, 2. Theodore Slnclear. B. Ed.. Marshfield. Wis. High School Training Department Major: History. Social Science. Minor: Geogtaphy-Goology. Organization: Lambda Delta Chi. Activities Gloo Club. 3: Vodvil I. 2. 3. 4. Chairman. 3: President Lambda Delta Chi. 4. William Talvlilo. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Training Department. Maior: Physical Science. Minor: Bioiogv. Activities Rille Club. 2j Cliche. 3; Owl and Serpent. 4. Ann Vaughn. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: History and English. 4ary Whooldon. B. Ed.. Supe-lor. Wis. High School Train-ng Department. Major: liology. Minor: Chomttliy. jrgamzation: Della Sigma iororlly. Activities -Chorus. 3. :.- Glee Club. 4. German Club. : International Relations Club. 4; "Knave of Hearts' . 3: f Uil I 1 i Yellcb. B. Ed.. Iron-wood. Mich. High School Training Department. Major: History. Social Science. Minot: Physical Education Activitios Football. 3. 4; Basketball. 3. 4: "S" Club; Captain of Football Team. 4; Fox Scholarship. 4. Dorothy Mav Anderson. Ashland. Wis. Klndorgarlen-Prlmary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Music. Activiues K-P Department. Vice President. 2; Concert Chorus. 3. Marguerite Ericton. Wont worth. Wis. Intermediate Derailment. Maior: Education. Minor: English and Science. Organization: Sigma Pi Sorority. Activities Vodvll. 3. Conrad rroemel, Hayward. Wis. Grammar luntor-Htgh De-rartment. Maior: Mathematic . Minor: Biology. rolhy I. Anderson. Wont- rth. Wis. Intermedialo Do-rlroonl Maior: Education, nor: Science and English, ganlzatton: Sigma Omega only. Activities Glee Club; orus; Vodvil: Inlermediato mrlmdiNl Dorothy Barber, Webster. Wis. Rural-Stalo-Gtadod Department. Organization: Sigma Rho. Activities W. A. A. rence Gustafson. Lake Neb-imon. Wis. Intermedia! D»-tment. Maior: Education, nor: Music and English. Kinizalion: Sigma Omega only. Activities Glee Club; irus; Vodvll. EUa Herslmann. Mason. Wis. Rural - Slate - Graded Depart-mcnL Organization: Sigma Rho. Kathryn Schunlng. B. Ed.. Superior. Wis. High School Training Department. Maior: History. Social Science. Minor: English. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sotorlly. Activities — Vodvll. 7, 3. 4; German Club. 2. 3; College Social Commlltoo. 4; International Relations Club. 2. 4; Homecoming. 2. 3. 4; Cliche Stall. 4; Secretary Alpha Kappa. 2. Vice President. 3. Treasurer. 4. Dorothy Woodward. B. Ed.. Ashland. Wis. High School Training Doparlment. Maior: Biology. Minor: Physics. Chemistry. Organization: Sigma P» Sorotltv. Activities— Sigma Gamma Chi, 3. 4; Vodvil. 4. Etalne Carlson. Iron River. Wts. Kindorgaitcn - Primary D'nail. menl. Maw: Education, Minor: Music and Cnqltsh. Organization: Lambda Sigma Lambda Soroslty. Activities -Vodvil. 2. 3; Chorus. 2. 3. John Howell, Washburn. Wis. Grammar Junior-High Derailment. Maior: Education: Minor: History. Social Set-nee. Activ-I'ies Glee Club; "Cleopatra". 3; President Grammar Junior-High Department. 2; Gttche Staff. 2. 3; Social Committee. 3. Twenty NineDorothy Johnson Loom Omodth Virginia Lord Phyllis Plahn Marvells Swenson Ulllan Makela Phyllis Schultz Martha Szarkowski Muriel M. Nelson Viola Sticks! Helen Volacek E1o ne Olson Evelyne Swan THE CLASS Dorothy Johnson. South Rango. Wn Rural-State-Graded Department. Organization: Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority. Activities Stoma Rho. I. 2: Sigma Gamma Chi. 1. 2: Tau Epsilon. 1. Librarian. 1: Chorus. I: Vodvil. I: Alpha Pst Omega. 2; International Relations Club. 2: W. A. A.. I. Virginia Lord. Weboter. Wi . Kindergarten - Primary Dspatl-ment. Motor: Education. Minot: Music and Science. Organization: Sigma Pi Sorority. Activities W. A. A . I. 2. 5; Chorus: K.-P. Club; Glee Club; Sigma Gamma Chi. Lillian Makela. Maple. Wis. Rural - State - Gradod Department. Activities -Sigma Rho. 3. 4; W. A. A.. 3. 4; Vodvil. 3. Muriel M. Nelson. Iron River. Wis. Rural-Stole-Grad»d Department. Activities Sigma Rho. 3. 4. Elaine Olson. Hayward. Wis. Kindetaaiten • Primary Deport, ment. Motor: Education. Minor: Music and Sciencs. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sorority. Activities Sigma Gamma Chi. 2. 3: Glee Club. 2; Chorus. 2; Vodvil. 2. 3: Secretary oi Alpha Kappa. 3. Leora Omodth. Markvillo. Minn. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Ma»ot; Education. Minot: Art and Science. Activities-W. A. A..- Basketball: Volleyball; Rtlle; Archerv; Kitten-ball; Vodvil. I. 2; Glee Club. I. 2. Phyllis Plohn. Spooner. Wis. Grammar-luntor-High Department. Maior: Education. Minor: Music and English. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sorority. Activities--Glee Club. 2. 3; Chorus: W. A. A.; President luntor High Drportmenl. 3: President ol Crownhart Hall. 3; Vodvil. 2. 3. Phyllis Schultz. Superior. Wis. Kindergarten • Primary Department Maior: Education. Minor: Art and English. Activities— W. A. A.: Sigma Gamma Chi. Viola Stickel. Suporlor. Wis. Rural • State • Graded Department. Activities—Stgma Rho. 3. 4. Evelyne Swan, Shell Lake. Wts. Rural-Stale-Graded De- Kntment. Activities -Sigma ho; Chorus. Marvell Swenson. Port Wing. Wis. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Activities— Senior Class Play. 3. Martha Srarkowski. Suporlor. Wis. Kindergarton-Pnmary De- Birtmonl. Major: Education. Inor: Art and Science. Organization: Sigma Omega Sorority. Activities W. A. A.; Chorus; Vodvil. I. 2. Helen Vejacek. Iron River. Wis. Rural - Stato - Graded Department. Ad ivttles—Sigma Rho; Tau Epsilon; Chorus ThirtyGraduates DONALD AMUNDSON. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: History-Social Science. Minor: English. VERNER ANDERSON. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: History-Social Science. Minor: Commerce. WAYNE BACON. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Dopartmont. Major: History-Social Science. Minor: Mathematics. OLIVE BAKKER, B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Grammar - Junior - High Department. Major: Education. Minor: Geography-Geology and History. Activities— German Club. GAROLD BARTNESS. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: Physical Education and History. Organization: Fex Fraternity. Activities— Peptomist, 2. Gitche, 3. Hockey. Vodvil. MINNIE BEIER. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: Social Science. MARGARET V. BENSON. B. Ed. Flint. Mich. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: History-Social Science. BEVERLY BERG. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Kindergarten • Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: Art and Science. Organization: Lambda Sigma Lambda Sorority. Activities —Chorus, 3. 4. Vodvil, 1, 2, 3, 4. Homecoming Committee, 1, 2. Football Queen Candidate, 3. MARION BEST. B. Ed. Iron wood, Mich. Kindergarten-Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Music. CARL W. CARLSON. B. Ed. Duluth, Minn. High School Training Department. Major: Biology. Minor: Geology-Geography. KATHERINE CONWAY. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science: Organization: Delta Sigma Sorority. ISABEL DANIELS. B. Ed. Bayfield, Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. LOUISE DUNNING. B. Ed. Superior. Wis. Grammar • Junior - High Department. Major: Education. Minor: History-Social Science. ELIZABETH FLAMANG. B. Ed. Gordon. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: English. Minor: History. MYRTEL GREENSETH, B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: History and English. Organization: Tau Alpha Chi Sorority. Activities—Intermediate Department Secretary, 1; Vice President 2. President, 3. Tau Alpha Chi Treasurer. 1; President 2: Vodvil, I, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club and Chorus; Social Committee, 3; Inter-club Council, 3. MARY JO HENRETTY, B. Ed. Superior. Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: Art and Science. Organization: Tau Alpha Chi Sorority. LORRAINE JONASEN, B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: Biology. Minor: History. Activities—Peptomist Businoss Manager, 3. Gitche Business Staff, 4. LOWELL KRAEGEL, B. Ed. Superior, Wis. High School Training Department. Major: Physical Science. Minor: Mathematics. Organization: Fex Fraternity. Activities—Vodvil, 4. ELIZABETH LEMON. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Dopartmont. Major: Education. Minor: English, French, Latin. Organization: Delta Sigma Sorority. FRANCES MASHL, B. Ed. Saxon, Wis. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: History-Social Science. Activities— President Intermediate Department. 4; Treasurer. 4. Chorus. 3, 4. ROBERTA McEWEN. B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: Science and Art. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sorority. WILFRED MILDE. B. Ed. Superior. Wis. High School Training Department. Major: Biology. Minor: Physical Science. Activities —Alpha Psi Omega, 4. CLEONE O BRIEN. B. Ed. St. Croix Falls, Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Music. Activities—President of Kindergarten-Primary Department, 3. LILIAN PEDERSON. B. Ed. Lake Nebagamon, Wis. State-Graded Department Major: Education. Minor: English and Geology-Geography. Activities—Sigma Rho. MYRTLE E. SMITH, B. Ed. Superior, Wis. Grammar - Junior • High Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and History. ISABEL ZITTLE, B. Ed. Superior. Wis. Grammar-Junior• High Department. Major: Education. Minor: Geology-Geography and History. Thirty-OneGraduates BETTY GAIL AMUNDSON Superior. Wis. Rural - State • Graded Department. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sorority. Activities— Sigma Rho. LUELLA F. AHLBERG Hawthorne. Wis. Rural • State • Graded Department. Activities: Sigma Rho. DOROTHY MAY ANDERSON Ashland. Wis. Kindergarten • Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Music. Activities—Chorus. Vice President of Kindergarten-Primary Department. 2. HAZEL MAE ANDERSON Superior, Wis. Rural - State • Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. OLGA BAY Glidden, Wis. Rural • State - Graded Department. Activities—Quartet; Class Plays; Glee Club. ALDEEN ENGSTROM Proctor, Minn. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Organization: Tau Alpha Chi Sorority. HARRIET FERN FYE Drummond, Wis. Rural-State-Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. ALICE GLEBE Superior, Wis. Rural - State - Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. 1. 2; Glee Club, 2; Chorus, 2. KATHRYN HITCHCOCK Superior, Wis. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Activities- -Alpha Gamma Chi; Chorus. JAMES INGEBRETSON Spooner, Wis. Rural - State - Graded Department. Activities- Sigma Rho. MARY JANE KLUCARICH Superior. Wis. Rural - Slate - Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. AHDELL LA VAQUE Chisholm. Minn. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: Science and English. Activities--W. A. A. Treasurer of Intermediate Department, 4; Sigma Gamma Chi. 1. 2. 3. 4; Chorus. DAGNEY LINDELOF Brule. Wis. Rural-State-Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. IRENE MILLER Fairmont. Minn. Intermediate Department. Major: Education. Minor: Science and Art. Activities— Sigma Gamma Chi. BERTHA V. NELSON Superior. Wis. Rural • State - Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. Secretary, 1. MURIEL OLSON Superior, Wis. Kindergarten • Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Organization: Sigma Omega Sorority. GERTRUDE SMITH Wentworth, Wis. Rural - State - Graded Department. Activities- Sigma Rho. HELEN L. SODERLUND Wentworth, Wis. Rural - State - Graded Department. Organization: Gamma Phi Epsilon Sorority. Activities—Sigma Rho. CLARA O. SOLBERG Superior. Wis. Rural - State - Graded Department. Activities—Sigma Rho. EILEEN B. STRAYER Buhl, Minn. Kindergarten - Primary Department. Major: Education. Minor: English and Science. Organization: Alpha Kappa Sorority. Activities--Vice President of Kindergarten - Primary Department, 2; Vodvil, 2. 3; Chorus. 2. 3; Vice President of Alpha Kappa. 3; Inter club Council. 3. SISTER M. ANGELA MOSE Superior, V is. Two-year Grammar Grade. SISTER M. THEODORA Superior, Wis. Two-year Intermediate. Thirty-TwoJUNIORS Roland Amundson .....................Superior Oaino Anderson .......................Suporior Inez Anderson ........................Conover Dorothy Andrews....................Springbook Francis Archambault ................Superior Mary Archambault........ Ellis Axon.............. Betty Bates........ Adolla Bclto...... Margaret Benson .. .Superior .. .Shell Lako Bo5sorr.or. Mich. .........Suporior ............Suporior Margaret V. Benson.. Myrtle Berg ......... Harold Borfcowitz Arthur Carlson Allis Chaso . Flint. Mich. .South Range ........Almona .........Suporior ............Superior Borlha Choovor ...........................Suporior Ernest Christiansen ......................Suporior Floronco Cooko ..........................Suporior William Conley ............................Suporior Patrick Cosgrovo ...........................Solon Springs Sylvia Covet ........... Alwin Culllton.......... Laurence Cummings Thelma Dahlin .. lowoll Darst ... Suporior . .Superior ---Suporior ......Suporior ........Superior Stanley Davis ........... Phyills Dodd ........ Roberta Dodd .... Ruth Dolan .... Dorothy Duall Hayward .. .Superior .....Suporior ........Suporior ..........Suporior Ruth Eckman ..............................Duluth Margery Ehrhardt..........................Suporior Eileen Ellis.........................Eau Clairo Marguorito Ericson ......................Wentworlh James Farroll ..........................Suporior Francos Firtch ..... Loo Fishbach ....... Anita Fishor....... J. Merlin Fisher Evelyn Flynn Bayfield ... . Mellon ... .Superior ......Suporior .........Suporior Alfred Fruochtl ---- Katherine Gansko Toddy Gentllo Ellon Gilhuly Robert Gill Suporior .. .Spooner ......Hurley ......Suporior .........Suporior Charlotte Goobol......... Robert Gollgoskl .... Garonco Gradin .. Erva Grandy ... Claronco Gross Superior ..Superior ... .Superior ......Superior ........Suporior Fioronco Gustafson .... Nancy Haish........ Glen Hummer beck Uoyd Harvfck .. Mabel Haugen ......Saxon Odossa, Toxas ........Superior ..........Superior ............Suporior Pedro Henderson ..........................Cadotto Donna Mae Higgins........................Suporior Wayne Hunter.............................Superior Margarot Jenson .........................Suporior Caroline Jormstad .....................SuperiorJUNIORS Douglas Johnson .. Osorios Johnson Ruth Johnson . Hoi mo Jones Roy Juel . Superior . .Superior _____Superior ........Poplar .........Superior Edward Kano.......... Arnold Kanor....... Rally Kantola .... Judith Kaspor .. Jean Koaough Superior .. .Superior .....Superior .......Superior .........Superior Lou iso Koo’.or......... Mary Joan Kelloy... Lois Kolly ........ Pearl Krause .. Lois Kromborg Shell Lake . .Monomonic ......Superior .........Superior ...........Superior Georgia Longa ............. Elynore Larsen ......... Ahdoll La Vague....... Charlos Linder...... Ferdinand Ludzack ... .Superior ......Suporior Chisholm. Minn. ...........Superior ................Cable Hugo Lorenz..............................Spooner Einor Lund .............................Superior Virginia McCarthy ......................Superior William McConnell ......................Superior James McCullum ........................Superior Patrick McJntoo..........................Suocrior Mrs. Mario McNaughton....................Chicago Isabol McRae............................Superior Dorothy Matson .........................Fredoric Marjorie Mathisen ........................Duluth William Moyers ........ Jamas Mitchosky .... Clao Millar ....... Irene Miller____ Leonard Millor Lowell Mitchell......... Philomen Morissot ... Kennoth Nelson ... Lawrence Nelson Hazol Noperud .Superior .. .Superior .....Superior Fairmont. Minn. ..........Superior . Iron Rlvor .....Suporior .......Superior ..........Superior Two Harbors, Minn. Vivian Nouror............ Elmer Ojamaki ........ James Paulus........ Jack Pollock ..... Lorraine Pearson Cumberland ......Suporior ........Superior ..............Rtulo ............Superior Kenneth Pedorson........................Superior Janet Rabo..............................Superior Harry Roose............................Superior William Rohnstrand .....................Superior Theodoro Rotzor ........................Superior Louis Rich.................................Spooner Sylvia Ronen..............................Suporior Helen Rory ...............................Superior Robert Roycralt ..........................Superior Sylvester Schildl ........................Superior Lorraine Schnoidor .........................Suporior Ernosl Schroodor .........................Suporior Ada Rulh Schunirvg.......................Suporior Gerald Schwont...........................Superior Margaret Scott.....................Now Richmond Thirty-FiveSOPHOMORES Larry Adams............. Robert AI boo......... Hazel Anderson...... Helen Andorson ... Kenneth Andorson Black Rivor Falls .........Shell Lako ...............Superior ...............Superior ...................Superior William Autrey ............................Superior Harriot Amovich...........................Superior Eleanor Bannister ........................Superior Floyd Bartboau .............................Exoland Nora Bello Barton..........................Superior Mahlon Borg .............................Superior Floyd Bernard ...........................Superior Mary Blno..................................Hurley Martha Bjur............................ Hawthorne Patricia Btandow.........................Superior Richard Braun ......... Jarnos Brothers ..... Laura Bruetl....... Mario Bruett ... Claire Bubloy Superior . .Suporior .. Drummond ... .Drummond .........Superior Dorothy Crandall ........ Robert Christman ...... Woodrow Christianson Francis Coogan .... Joan Currier......... Lako Nebagamon ............Suporior ............Superior ................Superior .................Hay ward Ralph Cushman ........... Anne Danielson......... Antoinette Dauplaise Betty Dorf......... Nick Doyle ...... Superior . .Superior .... Superior .....Superior .........Superior Evelyn Engor .............................Chotek Harriet Engor ............................Chotek Phoebe Ferguson..........................Superior Genevieve Flamcng .......................Gordon Mary Jano Fleer.........................Superior Holon Fou.'as........ Loretta Fremont . Lois Gallingor Irvin Gates . Mary Girzi Superior ..Danbury ... .Superior .....Superior ........Suporior Richard Glover ..........................Superior Holon Graham ...........................Suporiot Laura Gross ............................Superior Margaret Gunderson ...................Eau Clairo Marshall Hanson ........................Suporior Clairo Hawley........ Shotman Hellerud .. Pedro Hondcrson . Donald Holton . Robert Hooper Superior .. Ashland ......Cadolto ......Superior ......Iron River Doris Hoovor ...... Jano Hoppman..... Ella Horstman .... Eileen Hull .... Zelda Hyatt Superior ... Suporior .....Mason .....Superior ........Superior Holon Ihrig ....... James Ingobrotson Edward Jacobs Eleanor Jacob Both Jewett .Conturia ...Spooner .......Superior . .South Range .........SuperiorSOPHOMORES James Jowoll .............................Superior Carl Johnson..............................Superior EJslhor Johnson...........................Superior Gordon Johnson............................Superior Phillip Johnson.......................Barton. N. D. Thoodoro Johnson.....................Zimin. Minn. Kathryn Karibolls .........................Hayward Eino Joosc................................Iron Bolt Anna Karlo................................Radisson Patricia Kelloy..........................Superior Shirley Kerr ............................Sui oriot Esther Koto...............................Superior Bernard Kioski............................Suporior Joann Kis.....................................Racine Norma Klippon .............................Duluth Mabel Lager ................................Gordon Adelle Lamoureux................................Tony Lucille Langcrman.........................Suporior Carl Lien.................................Suporior Morgarot Larsen.............................South Rarvgo Burton l.indgrcn ...........................Maple Kathorino Link............................Suporior Ruth Litchke..............................Superior Viola Ludviqson ..........................Superior James Lund ..............................Suporior Lois Lundoen .............................Suporior Robert Lyons .............................Suporior James McConnell ..........................Suporior Charles McDonald .........................Superior Jean McDonald ...........................Superior Rlchcrd McGralh ..........................Superior Gold win McLollan ........................Superior Edward Marcuk.............................Suporior Wilma Meado ..............................Suporior Cyrilla Men no ..........................Washburn Lloyd Milavotz ...........................Suporior Stophon Mllehosky ...........................Foxboro Kenneth Mills.............................Superior Frank Mooro...............................Suporior Mrs. Margaret Erdahl Moran...............Superior Imogono Morissot .........................Superior James Murphy .............................Superior Wallace Myhrom ...........................Rochester Bortha Nelson ............................Suporior Joan Nelson .............................Superior Joseph Nelson ............................Suporior Raymond Nelson............................Superior Thomas Nelson ............................Superior June Nickel ..............................Suporior Virginia Nordholm .......................Superior Gloria Oakes.........................South Rango Arthur A. Olson...........................Suporior Ernost Olson............................Iron Rivor Gordon Olson..............................Superior Imogen© Olson............................Frederic John Ostrorn .............................Superior Priscilla Paqo............................Suporior Donald Paguotte ..........................Superior Jano Palon ...............................Superior Henry Pawlickl ............................Hurloy Thirty-SevenFRESHMEN Jack August.............. Lorraine Avoy......... Richard Babcock ... Douglas Backslrom Louis Baker......... Superior ... .Duluth .....Frodoric ......Suporior .........Suporior Louis Bannlck ......... Marion Bartindal© ... Morriam Bcglingor Dorothy Boll ... Juno Berglund Superior Eau Clalro .....Suporior ,......Suporior .........Suporior Dorothy Bindor .. Gaylord Blrk . Myrtlo Blixt . Jack Bolen Mari© Boylan Suporior . .Suporior .... Suoorior .Glondalo. Cal. ........Hayward Roland Brandt ....... Joseph Brennan .... Llowolyn Briggs .. Fostor Brown .. Lome Budnlck Suporior . .Superior .....Foxboro ......Suporior .........Suporior Dorothy Buran........ Holon Buran........ Norman Busso .... Duncan Camoron Jane Caragon . Suporior .. .Suoorior ,... .Suporior ........Spoonor .........Frederic James Card............. Mary Carlson....... Nancy Carlson _____ Torty Carlson----- Wosloy Caspers Superior .. .Superior _____Suporior .......Suporior ......Grantsburg Charlotte Christianson .. Esther Christianson .. Carol Christianson . Frank Cirilli .... Dorothy Clough .Suporior Wentworth .....Suporior ........Hurley .........Suporior Dolores Cloutior........ Lou Adair Cloutior. Jan© Cohan .... Joyce Colson .. Joyce Conley .. .Superior South Range .......Superior .......Brookston ............Suporior Libby Conroy.......... Jumos Corcoran...... Evolyn Cummings . Howard Dahl ... John Daniolson Superior .. .Suporior .....Superior .......Superior .........Suporior Clara Davis .......... Geraldine Davis . . . May Del Faveio.. Donald Diehn ... Frank Di Ulio. Cornucopia ... .Hayward .....Wakefield .........Suporior ..............Laonc Joan Dodd ............. Fern Doherty........ James Donatoll ... Mary Donavon . John Downing .Superior Wonlworth .....Spooner ......Superior .........Superior Louis Dual ............ Eva Duffy ........... Jack Du Phorn ..... Mary Dwyer....... Gladys Edstrom Suporior .. Hayward .... Suporior .....Hay ward .........AmoryBurdette Hart...........................Superior Willlrod Hayes .......................Birchwood Wlnoma Haynio .........................Birchwood Ivor Hodstrorn ..........................Superior William Honrotty.........................Superior Blaivcho Hotobroggo................Soutii Ranqo Wesley Hoistad...........................Superior Cleo Hurd ...............................Superior Lorraine Ives ...........................Superior Ada Jacobson............................Wakoliold Bornico Jaeobinas .......................Suporior Clarence Jolt neon ......................Superior □dora Johnson ...........................Mllltown Irene Johnson ...............................Brule Irvine Johnson ..........................Suporior Lloyd Johnson ..............................Superior Vermont Johnson ...........................Bayliold Abdon Justyn...............................Suporior Virginia Kane .............................Suporior Beverly Koaough ...........................Suporior Edward Egan................................Suporior Mary lano Elkerton.........................Suporior Warner Engdahl ............................Suporior Charles Erickson ...........................Superior Ernest Erickson ...........................Superior Eugono Erickson ....... Evolyn Erickson..... Clarence Ester! ... Rita Falardeau Goorgo Far roll Joseph Fall ............ Lester Fergal ....... Helen Findlay ..... Olivia Finn...... Florence Fisher Patricia Fitzgerald...................South Ranqo Helon Foley ...............................Suporior Allen Fowler ..............................Superior Leo Frazer ................................Superior Lois Freeland..............................Superior Palmer Fregard......... Goorgo Galo ......... Beatrice Gallon Edward Goldberg Louis GoldJlno Mary Grant ............. Inez Gray............ lrone Groehlor..... Marianne Gussick Ruth Gustafson Gerald Haack .......... Maxine Had land...... Bernard Hansen Jane Hanson ..., Wayne Hanson Superior .. .Suporior ...Park Falls ......Superior ........Superior .Foxboro . . .Superior South Range .......Superior ..........Superior .Superior ...Superior ....Danbury .......Suporior .........Suporior South Range .......Superior .........Suporior ...........Suporoir ..............Webster Superior . .Superior -----Superior ......Superior .........Suporior William Koaough ..........................Suporior Betty Kelley .............................Suporior Frod Kemp..................................Suporior Kathorino Kenny ............................Mollon Aili Koto .................................Superior Thirly-NlnoFRESHMEN Jack Knutson ........... Graco Xosek........... Kathorlno SCoskovich Ruth Kovitz...... Joan Krauso ... Suporior ,. .Suporior ,... .Suporior ......Suporior ..........Superior Horbort Kuhlmey .... Eleanor La Roso ... Thomas Larson . . Leonard Loksell Joan Lomioux Superior . .Suporior ... .Superior ......Suporior ........Suporior John Lennon .......... Ccsimlr Leszcynskl .. Alma Leu in....... Annamae Linday Margaret Link Suporior ,. .Superior ... .Suporior ......Superior .........Suporior John Llskan ........... Ciaronco Lozon ...... Helen Lund ........ Mary McCarthy .. John McCormick Suporior ..Suporior ... .Hawkins ......Superior .........Superior William McCuskor .... James McDermott ... Albert McGinnis .. Mary McGuirk .. James McHugh Suporior .. .Superior ... .Suporior ......Suporior .........Suporior Koith McKeouqh....... Everal Maire ...... Non Markham ... Pioronco Martin Lowis Marlin .Suporior .. .Suporior .....BayJiold ........Eoxboro ..........Suporior Vorna! Martinson .......................Suporior Arihur Mason ...........................Superior Lylo Moves ............................Suporior Lorralno Mav dsloy......................Suporior Evolynmao Maxwell ........................Duluth Francos Moirhofer .... Ailco Mid bon......... Luclllo Michlor----- Milo Milutlnovlch Elizabeth Moo Drummond -----Superior .......Suporior ......Park Falls ..........Suporior Ruth Molino.............. Gladys Mooney......... Alyco Moroy ....... Francos Moriarlty Marion Moriarily Suporior ,. .Superior .......Cablo .......Suporior .........Suporior Anna Mork ........... Arthur Muollor..... Marboth Munnings Arvld Munson .. Robert Murphy Hawlhorno .....Suporior .......Suporior .........Suporior ...........Suporiot Belly Ann Myrho________ Joanotto Mykleby . Nourm Neault .. Gail Nol.-son .. Irene Nelson Superior ... Minong .. .Iron Rivor . .South Rango ........Suporior Lloyd Nelson ............. Shlrloy Nelson.......... Josoph Nomcc ........ Holmi Neuvonon .. Marvin Nicholson .. .Suporior Now England .......Suporior .........Suporior ...............Mascn FortyFRESHMEN Homy Niomi ..............................Wentworth Jeanette Nystrom.........................Spoonor Laurel O'Brion .........................Superior Frank O'Conner ...........................Spoonor Jack O'Ham.............................Suporior Helen O'Haro..............................Suporior Frank Oliver ...........................Superior Thomas Oliver...........................Superior Arthur Olson ............................Tamarack Signo Olson ...........................Suporior Rudolph Opatik............................Suporior Itono Okjcod ...........................Superior Margio Paddon ..........................Suporior Ryllis Paine ............................Superior William Pearson ........................Superior Lois Potorson ............................Superior Marjorlo Peterson........................Hawkins Melbourne Potorson .....................Superior Theodoro Rosk ...........................Superior Melba Rauchonstein......................Suporior Clayton Rotzer..........................Superior Lawrence Rich ...........................Spooner Toivo Rirmot ...........................Spoonor Evelyn Roberts............................Spooner Donald Roohm ...........................Spoonor Emil Roqo .................................Hurley Lorraine Romans.........................Suporior Phillip Romiti ...........................Hurley Gladys Rosin ..............................Gordon Ethel Rudi...............................Ojlbwa Bernice Sandberg .......................Superior Glen Sandvick...........................Suporior Delphine Saromba ........................Superior Alice Savage .........................Iron River Karl Schmidt............................Superior Robert Schnoll .........................Superior Glon Schwoigor ...........................Duluth Morrill Seaman ..........................Superior Mildred Soylor...........................Superior Carol Shot .............................Suporior Violctto Sibita ....................South Range Poarl Simon ............................Frederic Viola Simpson...........................Iron River George Simstad...........................Superior John Sloiium............................Superior Evolyn Smith ...........................Superior Norman Smith ...........................Superior Konrad Sorenson.....................South Range Pc'or Soconon ...........................Horbstcr Geraldine Springer......................Superior Verne Stolmack..........................Suporior Leo Slreotor ...........................Suporior Phyllis Strong ..........................Superior Louis Summerlteld.........................Trego Forest Talbot ........................ Superior Isaboll Titch ..........................Superior Bmlah Tillt ............................Superior Maurice Tongue ..........................Superior John Tyykila .............................Maple Dorothy Utley...............................Eau Clairo Forty Oner,,j FRESHMEN Nc:iiw WockBmu'h....... Dori Wasoon ......... Joan Wodoll......... Ernest WostorbacJc . Kenneth Wostover Paul Wetzel ........... Gladys Whitnoy ....... Wallace Wickman .. Winifred Wilkinson Gerald Williams Owen Wlrvdall............ Joseph Winok ........ Avory Wisnor........ Virginia Y ooton .. Courtland Young Ruth Young ................ Margaret Zohm ........ Caisimiora Zygmunt Mario Vanderport...... Margaret Van Pallor. Richard Vaughn . Shirley Vincent . Nila Vranes ., South Range ----Glon Flora .........Suportor ............Gordon .............Ashland Superior . .Suporior ... .Superior .......Gurney .... Nowton Falls Spooner . .Superior ... .Superior .....Suporior ........Suporior .Park Falls .....Suporior Glcnwood City .........Suporior ...........Superior Foxfcoro .... Spconor .........Suporior Fcrty-TwePEPTOMIST EDITOIX jiao («mk GAHMC EKCRAV1NG CO Fotly-Throo MUSIC PUBLICATIONS DEPARTMENTS PEPTOMIST BUS. MG h U MJJMYoung Neuvonen Rinnet WoMover Sigma Rho The Rural Department has had a successful year under the leadership of Miss Bertha Cams, adviser; Miss Celia Carsley. and Mr. Earl Starkey. Social events for the year began with a Hallowe'en party held in the Mc-Caskill gymnasium. A series of monthly gatherings for business and social affairs were hold during the second semester. In April the Rural Life Club of the Duluth State Teachers College was entertained by the Superior group at an annual social fete. Activities of the Department were publicized in the "Peptomist" in a column originated by Reino Neuvonen and Kenneth Westover. Delegates wore sent to the State Youth Convention which was held in May at Eau Claire. The program included demonstrations and discussions on various phases of rural education. The aim of the members of the Rural Department as future teachers is to prepare themselves to face the problems of educational rural life. Ahlberg. Luella Amundson. Bolty Anderson. Hazol Barber. Dorothy Bay. Olga Boylan. Marie Brandoen. Dion Carlson. Nancy Conner. Rebecca Crandall. Dorothy Danielson. Anne Duffy. Eva Dwyor. Mary Fyo. Forn Gallon. Beatrice Glebe. Alice Graohlor. Irono Greqorson. Anna Haynie. Winona Horstman. Ella Ingobretson. lames Johnson, Dorothy Johnson. Eldora MEMBERS Johnson. Irono Klucarich. Mary Kojkovich, Kathoryn Lager. Mabol Leggato. Lucille Lindelof. Daqney Makola. Lillian Martin. Florence Mldbon. Alice Mork. Anna Munninqs. Marbeth Nelson. Bertha Notion. Muriel Nelson. Myrtle Nelson. Shirley Nouvonen. Helmi Neuvonen. Reino Olsen. Signe Opatik. Rudolph Pederson. Lilian Pleski. Ida Rinnot. Tolvo Reichoff. Agnes Rosin. Clifton Rosin. Gladys rtluo Seyer. Mildred Shollito. Robot! Simpson. Viola Smith. Gcrtrudo Soderlund. Helen Solborg, Clara Soranan. Potor Stickol. Viola Strong. Phyllis Swan. Evelyn Vanderport. Kathryn Vcndorport. Mario VoKicek. Helen Vranos. Nita Westover. Konnoth Williams. Gerald Young. Ruth Zohm. Margaret Forty-FourKindergarten Primary The Kindergarten ■ Primary Department has enjoyed a most successful and attractive year under the leadership of its advisers. Miss Caroline W. Barbour and Miss Blanche Bars©. Besides having bi-monthly group meetings for business discussions and educational programs, the social activities of the department helped to enliven the winter season at the college. Early in the fall the group's first get-together picnic was hold at Wisconsin Point to initiate new members and to bring department members together before launching plans for the year. In November the annual Candlelight Supper was held in the Kindergarten rooms at McCaskill School. A joint Christmas party, given by the Intermediate and Kindergarten-Primary Departments, was held December 16 in the women's lounge. The Intermediate president. Myrtle Greenseth. and the Kindergarten-Primary president. Cleone O'Brien, acted as co-chairmen for the affair at which gifts were presented to the department advisers. The annual Spring Tea, at which faculty members, friends and paronts of the girls were entertained, was tho department's last big social function and was one of the outstanding activities of the year. Miss Betty Lemon and Aldeen Engstrom acted as co-chairmen. MEMBERS Andetton. Dorothy May Andorton. Vtolot Baittngalo, Marion E. Ballon. Nora Bollo Bate . Bolty Bcneon. Margarot V. Benton. Margaret B. Berg. Bovoily Bergiund. June Betl. Marion Bluett, Laura Butan, Holon Madge Carlton. Elaine Carlton. Maiy Katherine Caro )an. |aiw Chriitianton. Charlotte Chrittonten. Etlhor Colton. Joyce E Daniel . Itabol V. Davit. Ctaia Dodd. loan Carol Dodd. Phyllit Dohorty. Kathryn Edttrocn. Gladyt EHlt. Elleon Engor, Evalyn Engor. Harriot Enqttrom. Aldocn Erick ton. Myrtlo Fuhor, Florence Floor. Mary lano Foulat. Holon Galtinaor. Lott Bollo Girzl. Mary Gray. Inez Gundorton. Margaret Itadland. Maxine LnVorno Kawloy, Claro Mario Konrolty. Mary h Hotebniage. Blanche Hitchcock. Kathryn Hoovor. Docit lltrig. Holon Itraolt, Luclllo lacobton. Ada Grace Ion ton. Maraarot lormttad. Carohno Kadosovtlz. Louito Kano. Virginia Kaihinrki. Freda Kcolor. H. Louito Kolloy. Pally Krauso. Joan lamoureaux. Adollo Lemon, Etizabolh L Linday, Annamao Link. Katharine Ulchko. Ruth Lord. Virginia Lundcon. Loti McCwon. Roberta McKonzie. Kathryn McTagqarl. Alloo Maloney. Nome Markham. Nan Martinson. Vernal Mavrdtloy, Lorraine Maxwell. Evclynmae Moo. Pearl Moran. Eadahl M. Moroy. Alyco Mortality. Franco! Muiphy. Hazollo Mykloby. leonitio Neperud, Hazel Nlckols. Edna lano Nygaard. Ruth O'Brien. Cloono O'Haro. Holon OUon. Dal no Oiton. Murlol Paddon. Margie Pago. Pritcllla Pcarton, Marion Pole! ton. Alico Polorton, lanicv Podvin, Virginia Sackolt, Emma Sandberg. Bernice Saromba. Dolphlno Saylot. Lotna M. Schultz. Phyllit Schwouior. Glon Simon. Poarl Springor. Goialdmo Smith. Francot E. Stcarnt. |anot Stengel. Mvtna Sttayor, Eifoon Strom. Lorralno Strong. Phyllit Szarkowtkl. Martha Ulloy. Dorothy Van Pallor. Margarol Wochamuth. Nonno Ward. Kathryn Watoon. Dorti Whitney. Gladyt V ilkin«on. Wlnilrod Wlllamt. Ruth Forty-FiveLaVaquo Moshl Timm Intermediates The program of the first semester was very successfully directed by the officers of our group. They were: President, Myrtel Greenseth; Vice President. Erma Peterson; Secretary. Mabel Haugen, and Treasurer. Frances Mashl. Elaine Anderson was publicity chairman and Dorothy Timm, the activities chairman. Meetings were held every other week. Social activities began early in October when the group enjoyed an outing at Myrtel Greenseth's cottage on Lake Amnicon. The major social event of the semester was the buffet supper held in the women's lounge on October 29. Dorothy Anderson served as general chairman. Appropriate Hallowe'en decorations were used. A program of musical selections and readings were presented. A number of faculty members wore our guests. In December a Christmas party was held with the Kindergarten-Primary Department in the women's lounge. A Christ- mas basket was made up and presented to a needy family. The second semester officers were: President, Frances Mashl; Vice President, Dorothy Timm; Secretary, Dorothy Flynn; and Treasurer, Ahdell LaVaque. Margaret Moriarity acted as publicity chairman and Dorothy Anderson as activities chairman. Rita Falar-deau served as reporter to the Peptomist during the entire year. Plans were made for excursions to local points of interest, such as the Children's Museum in Duluth and the ore docks. Various interesting speakers were heard at our meetings. The chief social event of the semester was the annual Spring Tea held in May in the women's lounge. Dorothy Timm was general chairman. Decorations appropriate to the season were used and the guests enjoyed a program of music. MEMBERS Anderson. Dorothy Anderson. Elaine Anderson. Inez Bell. Dorothy Beglingor. Merrtam Berg. Myrtle Bruott. Mario Chat . Alii Chadwick. Joan Cloutior, Do loros Conway. Katherino Conroy. Libby loan Christian son. Carol Erickson. Marguerite Palardoau. Rita Elynn. Dorothy Finn. Olivia Goo bo I, Charlotte Groonsoth. Myrt l Gradino. Ethol Gutialton. Florence Haugen. Mab l Higgins. Donna Mao Hoppmann. lone Hanson, lane Ivos. Lorraine kno. Florence uhtmoy. Dorothy LaVaquo. Ahdell Ludvigton. Viola Mashl. Francos Millet. Iron Moo. Ellzaboth Morissol. Imoqcno Moriarity. Margate! Nelson. Hazel O'Biien, Laurel Ohlund. Margate! Osgood. Iron Polio. Ramona Potorson. Erma Paino. Ryllis RaucKenstoin. Barbara Ronon. Sylvia Schmitt. Maty lane Schiller. Lorraine Smith. Lillian Slowait. Maty Slaulfer. Shirley Swanson. Med ora Swenson. Marvell) Timm. Dorothy Vaughn. Ann 7 edvll. Joan Winthet. Elizabeth Winther. Marian Sr. M. Theodore Forty SixZiclsdort. Piahn. A lay. Anderson. Karlo, Thompson. P. Larson Grammar Junior-Highs The Grammar Junior - High Department, under the direction of Professor H. C. Almy, is carrying on the best traditions of the organization. The members comprise a friendly, cooperative and spirited group bound together by the common ties of pride and respect that characterize any harmonious, loyal and well-ordered family. This sense of unity in an organization depends in a large measure on its leader. Mr. Almy has always taken an active interest in the affairs of the group and his opportune suggestions and devotion of time to both its business and social activities hus done much to maintain and further the spirit of the department. Business meetings are held every other Tuesday. Departing from the usual custom of planning the social events from meeting to meeting, a com- mittee was named early in the first semester for the purpose of arranging in advance a social calendar for the year. The efforts of the committee have resulted in a well-balanced and very enjoyable program. Mr. Almy opened the season's schedule with a resume of the Junior High School movement. Mrs. Benton, in an informal talk at her home, told the department members of her experiences while visiting in Germany. Miss Rehnslrand spoko to the group on "Oriental Art". Many exquisitely beautiful examples of the work of the Japaneso added to the pleasure of the occasion. A "Scavenger Hunt" and a Spring picnic at the Almy cottage are two more of the highlights of the past year. Anderson. Melon Andersen. Russell Bakkor. Olivo May Caldwoll. Floronco Dunning. Lou Iso Firtch. Francos Flarrvanq. Gonoviovo Fromont. Lorotla MEMBERS Froomol. Conrad Harsh. Nancy Ann Howell, John Karlo. Anna Keio. Alii Larson. Elynoro Larson. Polor Lukin. John Nouror, Vivian Plohn, PhyllU Scott, Marqarol Sistor Mary Angola Smith. Myrtlo Stuvo. Dorothy Thompson, Lorotla Ziolsdorf. Margaret Zitllo. Isabel Forty-SevenHull Mortssot Gitche Editorial Staff To present to its readers a photographic album of a year at Superior State was the purpose of the oditorial staff of Ihe 1937 Gitche Gumee. which purpose was made possible by the use of an improved stylo of engraving known as offset which is being adopted today by more and more annuals who are interested in including the greatest amount of pictures possible in a yearbook. Changing the order of sequence and dividing the annual into books was an attempt to convey the thought that the Gitche is one complete, unified volume, each book typifying one vital phase in the course of a year at S. T. C. Robert Hull was executive director of the staff this year with Philomen Moris-set as managing diroctor. The complete staff included the following sub-editors: Laurence Cummings, faculty; Mary Jane Schmitt. Jean McBride and Myrna John- son, seniors; Phyllis Strong, Helen Rory and Dorothy Jane Fowler, makeup; Shirley Carriar, Imogene Morissot and Katherine Peddle, society: Kathryn Schuning and Rita Falardeau, underclassmen; Patrick Mclntee and Frances Firtch, departments; Jean Currier and Merrill Thompson, music;Gilbert Staupe. publications; George Goldfine, copy; Edward Bashara, men's athletics; Phyllis Dodd, women's sports; Virginia McCarthy, features; and Julian Oyaas, special photography. The editor wishes to express his sincere appreciation to the following who assisted in the compilation of the Gitche Gumee; Mr. Thorpe M. Langley and Dr. Paul W. Miller, photography; Miss Nona MacQuilkin, adviser, encouragement and suggestions; and the office force, innumerable courtesies rendered the staff. Schuning. I. Morissot. Mclntoo. Cummings. Currier. Dodd fowler. Carnal. Bashara. Thompson. Staupe. McCarthy, falardeau Schmitt. Poddle. firtch. Bory Forty Eight Fuh»r Ioom Gitche Business Staff The problem of financing the publica-lion of the 1937 Gitche Gumee fell to a staff whose capability and responsibility is shown by the fact that through revenue obtained it was possible for the editorial staff to issue a completely new and different annual, and was able to keep abreast of the times in the trends of modern annuals by being the first yearbook in the Northwest to combine two styles of engraving in one book. Much credit is due the business manager and his assistants for their broadmindedness and cooperation with tho editorial department in aiding them to introduce into tho Gitche several now and interesting features and pictorial display never before attempted by previous publication staffs of this college. One may present the supposition that all business staffs are characterized by a high degree of similarity but that conception can be refuted by a glance at the personnel of the 1937 Gitche Gumee business staff. This organization is unique in tho respect that it is entirely composed of veteran workors on publication staffs of Suporior State. The Pep-tomist, college newspaper, has served as a foundation and background for the members of the present business group. J. Merlin Fisher, executive head, brought with him the valuable experience received as assistant business manager of The Peptomist last year. His assistant, E. Robert loose, has tho record of having served on both staffs of the paper, once as editor and again as sales staff manager. Tho problems of financing college yearbooks proved nothing now to Lorraine Jonasen, assistant advertising manager, who for one year was assistant business head of the 1935 Gitcho and served for one semester as director of Tho Peptomist business staff. Harold Borkowitz represented tho college paper last year as advertising manager and shifted his duties to those of circulation manager for the yearbook. Elynoro Larsen acted as typist and accountant. Discontinuing the Mardi Gras as a means of securing subscriptions, the staff conducted several subscription campaigns, in addition to a person-to-person canvass. The scheme of awarding four beautiful full page color scenes of the college campus free to all those signing up for the annual before a certain date proved valuable in securing additional subscribers. To Mr. Thorpe M. Langley, chairman of the College Board of Publications, and Mr. H. Milton Weeks, treasurer, this staff is deeply indebted for the splendid assistance and encouragement given them In the financial organization of this annual. Forty-Nin  Peptomist Editorial Staff Fourteen issues of the Peptomist biweekly publication have been offered to students at Superior State during the year. Heading the editorial department were Gilbert Staupe, editor-in-chief for SEPTEMBER 25— All School "Born Dance" Jamboroo tonight. 52 Graduate Rocoivo Job . OCTOBER 16 Joan Nelson Elected Football Queen. Homecoming at Suportor Stale Today. OCTOBER 30— Jackets Meet La Cro o tor Conlerence Leadership. Jackets Win from River Falls and St. John's. NOVEMBER 20— Stato Wins Grid Championship. Football Banquet Monday. November 23. DECEMBER 18-Music Department Gives Concert this Morning. Loop Awarded Doctor's Degree at Minnesota. JANUARY 22 -Fox Fraternity Awards New Scholarship. AH School Dance Set for Tonight. the first semester, and Jean Currier, second semester. A schedule for Ihe year and principal events appearing in each issue runs as follows: FEBRUARY 19— 71 Students Practice Teach in City. Men's Chorus Prosont Oporotta . . . "Cleopatra" MARCH S— Vodvi! Dates Sot tor March 18 19. Lindquist Chosen Now Social Chairman. MARCH 23-Easter Tea Dance Given this Alien noon. Gotdon Gloves Tournament Tontqht. APRIL 9— International Relations Delegates Go to Belol . Gloo Club Sets Da to tor Annual Trip. APRIL 23-Social Committee Plans Spring Reception. MAY 7— Sixteen pogo Issuo is Sent to High School Graduates In Northern Wisconsin. Senior Class Play Presented in College Auditorium. Mcnne. Rory. Lund. Thompson. Bello. Kantola, Peterson. Cutner. Coojtin. Result, Willcuu. Fifty Mali Peptomist Work of financing the Peptomist, biweekly newspaper of the Superior State Toachers College, has been handled this year by Irene Nelson, acting business manager of the first semester and Albert Maire of the second semostor. Advertising approximating forty per cent of the space in each issue of the Peptomist has been afforded by loading business houses throughout the cities of Superior and Duluth. Members of the staff for the year who have beon in charge of the business side of the Peptomist include: Jack Fagan, circulation editor; Mary McCar- Business Staff thy, Anna Salin and Gladys Mooney. Approximately three hundred copies of the Peptomist have been mailed regularly to former students and teachers of the College who have expressed their dosiros of keeping in touch with activities at the institution. A sufficient number of copies were printed ol the special Christmas edition to supply the seniors of the three local high schools. Several thousand issues of the sixteen page spring edition published on May 7 were distributed among local and upper state high schools to tentative graduates. M. McCarthy. Fagan Satin. Maitm FlltyOnoVlte. Cooper. Hull. Currier. Ioo o. Nelson, MacQuIlkin. Langloy. Stone Board of Publications The College Board of Student Publications is composed primarily of faculty members of the English department and officers in charge of student publications, including the Peptomist and Gitche Gurnee. Meetings are called by Thorpe Langley, chairman, whenever occasion arises for group discussion concerning business and editorial phases of publication work. Meetings are held in the English department offices of the College. The Board this year furnished keys for meritorious work in the publications field at Superior State. Gold keys wore presented at a special assembly by President J. D. Hill to Gilbert Staupe and Jean Currier, editors of the Peptomist; Albert Maive, business manager of the Peptomist; Robert Hull, editor of the Gitche Gurnee, and Merlin Fisher, business manager of the Gitche Gurnee. Silver keys denoting valuable assistance were given to Merrill Thompson. Philomen Morisset, Irene Nelson, and Edward Bashara. Members of the Board for the year include: Thorpe Langley, chairman; Herbert Weeks, treasurer; Mrs. Frank Stone, secretary; Nona MacQuilkin, adviser of the Gitche Gurnee; Bemiece Cooper, adviser of the Peptomist; Frank Vitz, Robert Hull, editor of the Gitche Gurnee; I. Merlin Fisher, business manager of the Gitche; Gilbert Staupe and Jean Currier, editors of the Peptomist; and Irene Nelson and A1 Maire, business managers of the Peptomist. HUy-TwoTho Bond College Band Always one of the College's most prominent musical groups, the band again performed its duties in a highly creditable manner under the most able direction of Professor William Schliep. These duties consist in playing snappy college marches at all athletic contests, and this feature has developed into an indispensable part of the evening's entertainment. With the conclusion of athletic competition the members segregated into their respective divisions to form wood-wind and brass ensembles, conducted under Professor Schliep's direction on the basis of a technique class, followed by rehearsal of ensemble material. In this way members of the band became acquainted with a different type of band music in which the individual instruments had a more prominent part. This music also required a more delicate treatment than tho alhletic marches and enabled the musicians to devolop their technique to a greater degree of perfection. S. T. C.'s band, although playing the liveliest of tunes, always employs a clean ut rhythmic style and is not guilty of the fault found with many col- lege bands; namely, that of making more noise than music. For the traditional basketball game between the Superior and Duluth Pods, which was held in Duluth, the band accompanied the team on the trip and assisted in making the triumph the more Impressive. After tho game the band members enjoyed a steak dinner at Duluth's own "Flame", as a reward for their services throughout the year. This provided tho climax to a very busy season. Membors of the band were: flute. Bernard Phinney and Margaret Moriarity; oboe. Ruth Johnson; clarinet, Lome Bud-nick, Emil Rogel, Edna Nickels. Alice Morey. Adelle Lamoureaux. and Kenneth Nelson; saxophone, Gerald Haack. Arthur Schmidt. Pearl Simon, and Marjorie Peterson; trumpet. Henry Anderson. Herbert Kuhlmey. Alfred Fruechtl, Keith McKeough, and Wesley Caspers; hom. Dorothy Andrews. Signe Olson, George Farrell, and Jane Caragan; baritone, Evelynmae Maxwell and Bud Rich; trombone. Eugene Jacobson. Sid Morse, and Robert Seyffer; tuba. Donald Roehm and Pat McKnight; percussion. Clifford Carlson. Albert McGinnis, and Merlin Fisher. Fllty-Thr Th» Orch«atia College Orchestra s One of the most certain proofs that music is rapidly developing in popularity at State was the fine orchestra that represented us this year; probably the largest ever to perform for this institution. This year's edition was not only proficient in quantity, but was widely recognized for its fine quality of performances. The orchestra's principal concert of the 1936-37 soason was presented in the college auditorium March 2. before a large and enthusiastic audience. Barbara Rauchenstein occupied the role as soloist in this concert in the brilliant "Concerto in D Major" for violin and orchestra, by Mozart. Following the usual custom, another big concert was given in the early spring through the united efforts of the women's glee club and the orchestra. Although these two main concerts concluded the formal appearances of the orchestra, this organization had a prominent part in other programs of entertainment. Its first appearance of the year was before the Lake Superior Education Association, shortly after school convened for the first semester. A limited portion of the orchestra played for this meeting as the full orchestra had not yet formulated a complete program. Vodvil time found the orchestra in the pit providing snappy entertainment be- tween acts and at the beginning of the show. For this annual affair the organization and its director. Professor Wm. Schliep, stepped out of character a bit by playing pieces more in keeping with the spirit of the Vodvil. Thus concert arrangements of popular dance selections, semi-classical tunos, and a group of the best-known marches provided the patrons with a different type of music than is usually rendered by the orchestra. Professor Schliep lists the following orchestra members: Violin, Barbara Rauchenstein. Lowell Darst, Viola Lud-vigson, Janet Stearns. Frances Engstrom, Lorraine Mayers. Rachel Williams, Frank Oliver. Merrill Thompson. Mildred Molenda. Harriet Arnovich, Joan Dodd, and Norma Jones; viola. Wesley Parks, Graco Kosek, Mary Joan Me-Guirk, and Patty Lou Abrahamson; piano, Willard Budnick; cello. Melba Rauchenstein, Julius Zabawa, Jane Wildner, and Ruth Williams; bass, Patrick McKnight, Eileen Ellis, Hazel Wilson, Torry Carlson, and Mary Stewart; horn, Eugene Jacobson, Dorothy Andrews. and Signe Olson; flute, Bernard Phinney and Margaret Moriarity; oboe. Ruth Johnson; clarinet, Lome Budnick and Henry Koski; bassoon, Leonard Thorp; saxophone. Gerald Haack; trumpet. Henry Anderson. Alfred Fruechtl, Herbert Kuhlmey, and Evelynmae Maxwell; percussion, Clifford Carlson and Merlin Fishor. Fifty-FourRauch«n»!eln, Steams. Williams. Johnson, lodvxjion String Groups Five students of Professor Schliop's ensemble class were organized this year to form the College strinq quintet. This group appeared on numerous occasions and built up an enviable reputation for next year's quintet to maintain. The members were: violins, Viola Ludvigson and Janet Stearns; viola. Rachel Williams; cello, Molba Rauchen-stein; and accompanist, Ruth Johnson. String players of the orchestra again formed the S. T. C. string ensemble which enjoyed an unusually successful season. The group was featured on several radio broadcasts from Station WEBC and various church functions. The annual ensemble trip to surrounding high schools was this year divided into two separate trips, both of two days duration. The first trip took place April 12 and 13 when the group visited the following towns: Hayward. Spooner, Rice Lake, Chetek, Barron. Amery, St. Croix Falls and Osceola. May 7lh the organization journeyed to Ashland, Mellen and Park Falls, returning homo the following day. Filty-Flv Viola Ludvigson Dorothy Kuhlir.cy Katherine Link Katherine Hitchcock Imogono Olsen Anna Mark Phyllis Plahn Alice Glebo Zolda Hyatt Georgia Lange Elizabeth Lemon Jeannette Mykloby CloonoO’Brion Janice Peterson Alpha Gamma Chi Elynere Larsen Melba Rauchonstoin Joan Dodd Barbara Rauchenstein Priscilla Page Joan Nolson Myrna Johnson Mary Lawton Whoaldon Katherine Ganske Beth Jewett Dorothy Crandall Janet Rabo Joan Wodoll Addle Larnorcaux Accompanist. Lorraino Pearson Tau Epsilon Betty Amundson Betty Dorf Freda Kashinski Virginia Lord Elizabeth McDonald Joan McDonald Marie Beuot Aldecn Fngstrom Anita Fisher Clairo Marie Hawley Eleanor Jacob Philomon Morissel Alyce Morey Accompanist. Glen Schweigor Fifty-SixCOLLEGE QUARTETS The Men's Quartet, directed by Mr. Robert Young, has equaled tho Women's Quartet in activities of the year. The group presented numbers at many church social functions, P. T. A. programs, with other vocal organizations in local broadcasts, and made tours to numerous towns. In the Quartet are Toivo Rin-net, first tenor; Ju’ius Zabawa, second tenor; Torry Carlson, first bass; and Robert Victor, second bass. Willard Budnick was accompanist. Tho Women's Quartet, organized last year, became an independent organization this year and appeared several times in the city. One of these performances was at the Concordia Lutheran Church Anniversary tea; on another occasion the group broadcast with the Men's Quartet. In the Spring the Women's Quartet went on a tour to several surrounding towns. Members of the Quartet are Viola Ludvigson, first soprano; Elynore Larsen, second soprano; Beth Jewett, first alto; and Joan Wedell, second alto. Lor raine Pearson was group accompanist. Laiscn, Jowelt. Ludvigjon. Wcdol), Poaison Zabawa, Birmot, Cailson, Victor FlllySovenHowell. Hollr. McKcouqti. Zabawa. Opatlk. Meuvonen. McLwllan. Slottum. P. Lor ton Pea non. MeCinnn. Reich. Mono. Diohn. Wkckmon, Rinnel. Cailtom. Toivjedahl. Mueller. Kelson Allen. Osliom, Roycralt. Budnick, Youn j, Henderson. Strader. Vtctoi. K. Nelson Mens Glee Club A revolutionary change occurred at Stato this past year when the popular Men's Glee club of days of yore, was suddenly resuscitated from the depths of oblivion to a position never before realized. The credit for this "New Deal" rests entirely with an ambitious group of superlative male singers and their equally ambitious and well-liked director, Mr. Robert W. Young. Under his tutelage these robust husky chaps took a deep breath (and held it) while climbing into the formals of their best girl friends in order that the operetta "Cleopatra" would go on, and live through posterity. And although their curves were not so rounded. By thoir friends they are still being hounded; Which only goes to prove what men are they. Putting a touch of the old "college spirit" in basketball games was another of their accomplishments. A concert trip was taken as a reward for their fine service, much to the pleasure of the kids in surrounding high schools who hoard them sing. The following are listed as members: Torry Carlson, Donald Diohn, Pedro Henderson, Henning Holtz, John Howell, Fred Kemp. Peter Larson. A1 Maire, Albert McGinnis, Keith McKeough, Goldwin McLollan, Arthur Mueller, Kenneth Nelson, Rudolph Opatik, John Ostrom, William Pearson, Roland Reich, Toivo Rinnet, Reino Nouvonen, Bob Roycraft, John Slettem, John Strader. Lester Tangedahl, Bob Victor. Wallace Wickman. Julius Zabawa. and Willard Budnick, accompanist. Four of the above, Julius Zabawa. Robert Victor. Torry Carlson, and Toivo Rinnet, also had an active season as members of the Men's Quartet. Filly EightThe Chorus Concert The Concert Chorus, directed by Miss Irene Curtis, this year concluded its second season. In the Christmas concert with the College Orchestra, the Chorus presented two Bach Chorals, "And the Glory of the Lord" and "Hallelujah Chorus" by Handel. Chorus The second appearance was the Spring Concert. Numbers presented wore: "Glory to Isis" by Verdi, "Sextette from Lucia" by Donizetti, "Spring Song" by Smetana, and Victor Herbert's "Kiss Me Again" and "Italian Street Song" in which Viola Ludvigson sang the leading role. MEMBERS Alboo. Robort Anderson, Dorothy I. Andorson. Dorolhy M. Anderson. Vlolot Barbor. Dorothy Bashara, Edward Bates. Betty Bruutt, [.aura Budnick. Willard Carlson. Elaine Carlson. Toiry Colson. Joyce Conroy. Libby Jean Conway. Kalhorino Dodd. Phyllis Edstrom. Gladys Engor, Evelyn Erickson. Myrtle Globe. Alice Groonsoth. Myrtle Gunderson. Margaret Gustafson. Florence Gustafson. Ruth Haugen. Mabel Hawley. Claire Marie Honretty. Mary Jo Hoover. Doris Israols. Lucille Jackno. Floronce Kane. Virginia Keelor. Lou iso Kolty. Patty Kemp, Fred Kis. Joann Lange. Goorgia Lemon. Betty Moire. A1 McGinnis. A1 McCarthy. Virginia McDonald. Elizabeth McTaggart. Alice Moo. Pearl Morey, Alyce O'Brien. Cloono Paton. Jarre Poarson. Marion Peterson. Janice Rokh. Roland Rfnnftt, Toivo Shellito. Robert Schiller. Lorraitte Schmitt. Mary Jane Stengel. Myrna Strader. John Slrayer. Eileen Strom. Ixxraino Swan. Evelyn Szarkowski. Martha Tangodaht. Lester Thompson. Merrill Tirmn. Dorothy van Patter. Margaret Victor. Roller t Wosepka. Lois Zabawa. Julius Filty-Nin Alphabet Soup "A" stand lor Adam who never w.ll shirk. In mixing a "Specht" of fun in with his work. • r for Basfiara. a goodheatted rascal. Moro often is known as tho "Duko of McCaskill. "C" stands for Bortha. whoso last name is Cheevor Ono phase of hot work is a text-book receiver. ”D" is for Phyllis. Roberta and Joan. Tho Dodd sisters, three, they’re never alone. "E" emphasizes the freshman so tall. Hit name? You guessed it ... is Warner Engdahl. ”F" could mean Findley. Flitch or Fitch bach. The latter we know delivers somo "sad:". “G” is for Girzi. whoso talent has mode her Superior's outstanding ice figure skater. "H” is for the Gilche Editor. Hull. Or Hunter ... as a skater he makes life loss dull. T —I'm stumped here, again I sigh— Unless I could possibly use PopJ. T Is for Joose. the school's favorite wit. Many ol us really think ho has it. "K” is for Kantola. k-razy. and k-levor. The life of tho party, for ever and ever. "L" is for Peggy and Key is for Link, Two popular sisters, don't you think? "M"- lack-adoy and woe is me! Too many friends' names begin with Me. "N" is for Nelson and all for Throe Arts. Already she's sl ot by Cupid's darts. "O" Imogens Clsen's a very swoet girl. She's otherwise known as Joe Dodo’s pearl. "P" it for Potorson. "sucha honey''- As a skater he. loo. could bring in tho money. "Q" -I searched my memory all tho way through. But many a name begins with "O '. "R" I sltould think would stand for Rory. A right smart girl she is. b' gotry. "S" is for Staupo. once editor of tho Pep. For school publications ho knows every step. "T" is for Thompson, his talents are many; He plays the fiddle far better than Benny. "U" Is for Utloy. who lives at the dorm; Now. how con I finish this up In good form? V tctcc. a man ol bass notes. On the gridiron the pigskin he tototl "W” is lor Whealdon. Mary and Dub -Bui to rhyme this. aye. there's the rub. "X” for the X-tia girl, who's always there -I knew I'd get myself in somewhere. "Y" means Yelich. for no other ono Can quite compete with the honors he’s won. "Z" I certainly fooled you. I know I solved this by using Johnny Zastrow! TO THE ANGEL OF THE SLUMS (A Parody) SILK STOCKING DISTRICT You may not be an angel For angels are so lew. But until tho day that one comes alorvg I'm afraid you'll havo lo do. I'm looking lor an angol To toll my troubles to; So until the day Dial one comes along I'll string you along, ii It's o. k. with you. (Miltonic change in meler) above. For ovory little fault that you hove. Say—Fvo got thirty or forty (with poetic license I sacrifice rhyme for roason) For ovoty little fault that you do have Just makes me . . well, anyway, moro. (I was going to say "pan" you. but thought belter of it) You may not be an angel For. you know, they are so very few. But until the day Dial ono flios along, I'll fill my column with you. P.S.- Whero did you lose your wings? (The above is a touch o oither Sandberg or Lindsay—which?) Original MS by the Unknown (?) Betty K. Poetess ol tlio Down Trodden OVERHEARD We editors may wearily toil Til our finger-tips are sore; Rut somo poor fish is sure to say. 'Tvo heard that one before." MY SENSE OF SIGHT "My sense of sight is vory keen. My sense ol hearing weak. One time I saw a mountain pass. But could not hear its peak." DUMBELL PO'TRY My boau is (Hod Ho done me diib I never knowed Ho was a flirt! I do forbid Now. to be done As I was did How can It was? "I’m sorry for tho words I spoke last nito— Your sending (lowors proved that you wero right. Forgive mo!" Ho iorgavo. And as ihoy walked and talked beneath the bowers. He wondored wboinhock hod sent the llowers." Definition of a dumb dick: one who oven copies llvo namo of the follow sit ling next lo him in a quiz. Ovorheard in the library: "Is thot statue alabaster?" "No. Venus." Sixty "Very few CbEds havo Fox appeal."ORGANIZATIONS Slxly-OneBarton. Nora Bollo Buran. Dorothy Buran. Hflton Caspcrson. Boalrico ConJoy. Joypo Conway. Kathoilno Gaiuko. Kathoiliv© Goebel. Charlolto Grandy. Erva MEMBERS Johnson. Myrna Koto. All! Koto. Esther Litcho. Ruth Maloney. Norrio McBride. Jean McCarthy. Virginia McRae. Isabel Morissct. Imogono Myrhe. Belly Nickel, Juno Olsen. Imogono Potorson. Lois Podvin. Virginia Rabe. Janot Rory. Holon Schmitt. Mary Jano Whoaldon. Mary Lawton Virginia Podvin, small and polite, frills and curls make her sweet;. . ''Angel", our platinum blonde, of hor pep and "pop'' we re fond; . . More often than you think flash dimples of Peggy Link; .. Smiles I speak of in this ditty, radiate from the lips of Schmilty; . . Esther's life was so involved but now her double trouble's solved; .. Katherine Ganski, tall and stately, our secretary we admire greatly; . . Beauty and brains lor Norrle meant that she's become our Owl and Serpent; .. In lovely array comes Isabel McRae, new dresses to school she wears each day; . . Nora Belle, the Drams's "Ducky", in her efforts is so plucky; . . Katherine Conway's merry grin hosts of friends will always win; . . College for June, isn't all strife, 'cept when it interferes with outside life; . . Helen Rory has charm and poise, her kindly acts bring many joys; . . To sit and chat whole days through, there's nothing Aili'd rather do; . . Dorothy and Helen Burans are two. to tell them apart wo defy you;.. To tho eyos "Boa's" a treat, a date with hor makes life complete; . . Belly Myhre is so smart, the "B" she got broke her heart; . . Joyce Conley, slim and tall, her charming manner pleases all; . . Porky and saucy with humor rare when she's needed, Ruthy's there; . . Witty Janet, we think she's swell, croons blues songs extremely well; . . Though Myrna works hard all day. at heart she's really gay; .. Jean McBride with ease did fell tho manly heart of William Schnell; . . Imogene (M.) loves to sing, pitch to her means not a thing; .. Lois Peterson. our hope and pride, always seen at Downing's side; . . Virginia McCarthy with her might, bits of poetry lovos to write; . . Did you ever realize there's a twinkle in Charlotte's eyes?; . . With never a curl out of place, Imogene Olson has charm and grace; . . Erva Grandy, we all know, without "Dunk" will never go. DELTA SIGMA Sixty-TwoADVISER BESSIE A. BENTON Twenty-six little "Three Arts" and "everyone" either a scholastic upstart or a social heroine! Surely they won't have another queen this year, they say. But. whoops, up comes another queenie girl named Jean, and Three Arts puts it in the bag. No, folks, wo don't have queens and bring home vodvil prizes and give exceptional dances just because they all come under the name "Tau Alpha Chi". It is the type of girls who make the club ono of diversified personalities. Well, to get down to the big show-off, reading from left to right and top to bottom, wo have: Elaine—a fine girl who could be your sincere friend; Margie — aggressive and well-liked by all; Aldeen — just a charming gal; Dorothy — she plays and works in a splendid way; Jackie — we figure she's pretty swell, but she just figures on skates; Anita—her path is a jolly, merry one; Donna Mao— she has read everything, even red hair; Katherine hore comes our pep; Jane- nothing there is that bothers mo; Patty—personality plus; Mary Jo- a "Juel" to the T. A. X.; Dolly — she keeps us guessing; Jackie—if she only could make up her mind???; Eleanore- she's shown us her heart of gold; Mrs. Benton—in her manner lies her charm; Myrts—energy and charm; Pat —she's a friend to all; Grace -a musical maid in our midst; Katy—"I'd leave for fun anytime"; Lorraine- -a lovable person; Bertha — We couldn't do without her; Patsy—she's full of vim. pep. and fun; Mary Jane— that's a Three Arts twinkle in her eye; E v e 1 y n—she likes school, but likes Bill better; Francos — it's the little things that count. MEMBERS Anderson. Elaine Archambeault. Patricia Cheever. Bertha Cook©. Florence Duall. Dorothy Engstrom. Aldoon Fishor. Anita Fitwjsrald. Patsy Floor. Mary Jan© Flynn. Evelyn Gini. Mary G:o«ns«th. Myitt© Honretty. Mary Jo Horrick. Eleanore Higgins. Donna Mao Karibotis. Katherln© Kolloy. Patty Kosck. Groce Lybock. Kathryn Mawdsiey, Lotraino Nelson. Jean Podden. Margie Pearson. Lotraino Ryan, lano Smith. Frances TAU ALPHA CHI Slxty-Thrs©Botg. Beverly Bradley. lean Brandow. Patricia Carlson. Daino Eclcman. Ruth Graham. Melon Hanson. Jano Hoover. Doris MEMBERS lonson. Peggy Johnson. Dorothy Korr. Shirley Morisset. Pliilomon Nordholm. Virginia Pederson. Evalyn Polio. Ramona Poterson. Janice Schiller. Lorraine Stewart. Mary Stearns. Janet WtllcuU. Kathryn Ward. Katherine Waseen. Joyce Wedell. Joan Miss Barney—a million dollar smile—she's worth a million to us. "Bon jour"; . . Bev. Berg-Senior K. P.—worries over getting work in on time. "Hey, kids, look"; . . Jean Bradley— Garbo — a successful blonde with a southern drawl; . . Pat Brandow—intelligence personified—always found in a library, either studying or working; . . Elaine Carlson—y o d e 1 s—go easy on the apple polishing. Lady Elaine—"Let me sing"; . . Ruth Eckman—-mountain climber—to flunk is human, to pass, divine; . . Helen Graham-buxom — Jack of all trades -Jack who? Duluthian; . . Jane Hanson- reserved— one of the new bearers of the torch; . . Doris Hoover — moticulous, a pillar of dependability; . . Peg Jenson—giggles—always ready to help; . . Dorothy Johnson— platinum blonde—a dormio from South Range — frequent jaunts to Madison; . . Shirley Kerr—Betty — always thrilled— heart interest in high school "away with books, we want fun"; . . Philomen Morisset— verily a bundle of nerves and energy—no-fall gal; . . Virginia Nordholm — where style and brains converge, you got Virg. —a hockey enthusiast; . . Eva-lyn Pederson — confused - always in a dither over trifles comes to school across the viaduct; .. Mona Polio a hill billy from over the water, and a smoothie--former D. T. C.-ite; . . Janice Poterson — demure, decisive. delectable, delovely—in a dilemma; . . Lorraine Schiller —rhythm—proxy's life revolves around music and things do-Luxe - thinks Eddie Duchln is tops; . . Mary Stewart grinny —we're plugging Mary for assistant coach at Iowa U.- possesses sundry aches and pains; . . Janet Stearns—dignified—the lady with the elegant red-gold hair; .. Kathryn Willcuts manager and executive — brains of the outfit; . . Kathorino Ward ruffles — a giggler from South Superior; . . Joyce Waseen chubby—a smile for all—really goos for sleep;.. Joan Wedoll— torch-singer early to bed, oarly to rise—and you miss tho fun. ADVISER MISS GRACE BARNEY LAMBDA SIGMA LAMBDA Sixty-Fouradviser JANE REHNSTRAND Jane Palon - v e think every sorority needs a versatile redhead; . . Dorothy Jane Fowler— a man has come into her life but we still get one night a yoar in front of her fireplace; . . Roberta McEwen a second rusher standby. She opens her heart and her home; . . Ada Ruth- she always looks so cute; .. Elynore Larsen she's a born actress and besides that she's funny; . . Eileen Strayer — her baby talk and pout are noteworthy; .. Allis Chase—is dividing her time between S. T. C. and California. We wish she'd stay here; . . Jean Currier—is the literary sky-rocket. She's editor of the Peptomist and worked hard on this Gitche; . . Lois Kelly - - was a most competent and droll president; . . Elaine Olson—was an A1 sorority member; . . Priscilla Page— "Pert" as is her nickname; . . Phyllis Plahn — the pal of follows and girls—radiating personality; . . Erma Peterson -black hair and blue eyes make a grand combination; . . Kathryn Schuning "Goes for" classes that last way into the night; . . Alice McTaggart has worked as hard as any for Alpha Kappa; . . Jane Bannister — Vodvil chairman and a good cook; .. Betty Gail Amundson— now there's happiness and enthusiasm for you; . . Violet Anderson — "Violets are blue"— but not ours; . . Anna May Lin-day is our newest first-rate artist; . . Vernal Martinson—wo think the "Smile one" belongs here; . . Virginia Woolen she's an amateur playwright and looks as though she should play the "lead" in any of them; . . Carol Christianson she's the girl who sits calmly and knits through many a furious discussion; . . Jane Cohan—her elocutionary ability is certainly not in proportion to her size; . . Claire Marie Hawley — Miss Rehn-strand says she has rhythm and swing — 'Nuff said! . . Thulia Mae Thayer is courageous-eats corn at midnight, and that takes courage;.. Dorothy White - she represents us at the Princess Theater—it’s with her little flash-light, you! MEMBERS Amundson. Boll Gail Andorson. Violol Bonnlstor. Eleanor |ana Chaso. Allis Christianson, Carol Cohan. Jane Currior. Joan Powlor, Dorothy Jane Hawloy, Claire Mario Kolly. Lob Larson. Elynore Linday, Anna Mao McEv on. Rcborla McTaggart, Alice Martinson, Vernal Olson. Elaine Pago. Priscilla Palon. Jano Potcrson. Erma Plahn, Phyllis Schuning. Ada Ruth Scr.unmg, Kathryn Strayor, Elloen Tnayor. Thulia Mao While. Dorothy Wooten, Virginia Plfdgs Eltolton. Mary Jano Seylor. Mildred ALPHA KAPPA Sixly-FivoKa hin»ki. Fiockj Kcoough. loon Lang©. Georgia Lord. Virginia Mariucci. Paulino Mathisen. Margery MEMBERS Smith. Lillian Vlnconl. Shirloy W id ness. Vivian William . Ruth Winihor. Bony Ann Winthor. Marian Woodward, Dorothy Anderson. Helen Berg. Myrtlo Del Favero. Mao Engor. Evalyn Engor. Harriot Enqh, Iris Erickson. Becky Ericson. Marguerite Gilhuly. Ellen Hull. Eilcon Jacobsen. Ada Grace The fall of 1936 found only twelve Sigma Pi's back at STC. At the first social meeting of the year. September 16, Vivian Widness presided — and Jean and Eileen washed dishes. A dessert bridge was given September 29 in the gym with Helen Anderson in charge. Harriet Enger, daughter of the Chetek Engers, was our candidate for football queen. After changing our whole float idea at the last minute we were forced to spend a few anxious hours of work and worry before we were able to board the vehicle and set out in the rain that Friday afternoon. The "Mystic Dance”, alive with true Hallowe'en spirit, was such a success that we have planned to make it an annual affair. Our rushers were given in the form of a treasure hunt and high tea, and on January 15 we pledged fourteen girls to the sorority. New officers elected for the second semester were Jean Keaough, president; Georgia Lange, vice president; Harriet Enger, secretary; Vivian Widness, treasurer; and Helen Anderson, social chairman. Margery Mathisen was general chairman of the formal dance which the new members gave for Ihe "old ones". Our second dessert bridge, held February 24 in the gymnasium, was in charge of Freda Kashinski. Sigma Pi alumnae entertained the actives at a scavenger party a few days later and we're agreed that the "alums” sure can throw some swell "shindigs". The thirteenth annual Vodvil was sponsored by Sigma Pi with the usual troubles and the Fex (don't take it to heart--wo think you're pretty good yeggs). Our act this year was a very original number entitled "Lorelei Land". A spring dance was held April 24 in the gymnasium with Evalyn Engern and Eileen Hull co-chairmen of the event. The year's activities were brought to an end with a glorious week-end at Solon Springs. SIGMA PI ADVISER MISS KATHRYN OHMAN Sixly-SixOul ol a picture comes a dream Of fiftoon members who all seem Troupers true of our college sorority I shall present to you not only majority. First comes "Shirley", scholastic and serene. Then "Thelma", a truer pal was never seen. "Dot", a pleasant and sincere coed, A born leader to us she has sped. Her pal. a youthful and browneyed gal. Yes. it's "Flo", v ho is everyone's pal. Now. they often droam on the same night cot. But they have thoughts which are worth a lot. Next comes "Laura", the blonde preferred. Of whose dispositon every one has heard. She smiles at you, but smiles mostly At "Wilma”, the sweet petite mystery. Out - of - town girls who have aimed To work for Sigma Omega for which they are famed. "Barbara" and "Ruth", the musical pair. Have often played and sung over the air; Barb's violin has given her fame While Ruth's "piano" fingers to her acclaim, Success and honor to our sorority dear. Both those girls are true and sincere. Now hore is our vivacious Martha "Zark" With aristocratic features, slim and dark. Her loveliness extends both far and wide And reaches "Lorraine" who stands side by side Her in everything that I can see An interesting girl was made to be. We have a lovable little lass. "Pat” she is called by all the mass; Cheerful, gracious every day. Makes no difference what comes her way. "Libby", wholesome and not in disguise. Adds beauty and charm with her big blue eyes. Another member we must not forget Is "Gladys", the 'perl' and neatest we've met. "Muriel", a conscientious and helpful right hand, Strives for the best to understand. Last, but not least, we have "Alice" to play The sorority music in a wholehearted way. ADVISER IDA M. FLOGSTAD MEMBERS Anderson. Docothy Cartiar. Shirloy Conroy. Libby lean Dahlln. Thelma Giant. Patricia Gioss. Laura Gustafson. Flounce Johnson. Ruth Moado. Wilma Olson. Muriel Petorson. Alice Raucheraloin. Baibara Schneider. Lorraine Szarkowski. Martha Whitney. Gladys Pledges Dodd. Phyllis Lamouroaux.Adollo Neper ud. Hazel SIGMA OMEGA Sixty-SevenEllU. Ell n Gunderson. Morqarot Hauqcn. Mabel Lundeon. Lois Nourer. Vivian Poddlo. Kathotin? Phinnty. Susan Saromba. Dolphin? MEMBERS Scott. Margaret Simon. Pearl Sodorlund. Helen Spccht. Katherine Stengel. Myrna Swanson. Medora Thomas. Ethol Wilkinson. Wlnnitrod A tal© I now will tell you of the Gamma Phis— they number sixteen members if you count the eyes; . . Now first in line comes Scotty whom we all adore—if we get smart alecky she'll have us on the floor; . . Mable is the V. P. and custodian for our things—so they can't fly away even had they wings; . . curly-haired. blue-eyed Miss Ethel Thomas gives us little slips and tries to calm us; . . Sue. who writes our minutes so diligently, does like to walk forever, indefinitely; . . from China we have Miss Eileen Ellis v ho plays the bass viol, making us jealous; . . we have a Simone Simon amongst our little group — she plays the saxophone and this is just duck soup; .. we love our wirey, witty, wiggily Specht, who gives us a laugh without being checked; . . Marg Gunderson is silent; . . Stengel’s shadow and some, from Eau Claire she hails and is lots of fun; . . now, Lois is always cheerful and is the bestof friends - she used to take collections but always made amends: . . those sky-blue eyes of Helen's are pretty as can be- she is also very brilliant or so it seems to me; . . Viv will always shoot us when we come in sight- -but just with a camera so that's all right; . . Delphine is a choir girl away out in Itasca—I don't know how good she sings so you'd better ask her; . . Winnie, the muncher, is from far East End—tall, dark and handsome seems to be her trend; . . Medora's the gal on the flying trapeze — she also paints and fiddles with the greatest of ease: . . Myrna is our waitress friend over at the tea rooms — even while she's serving her dark beauty blooms; . . now, your humble poet will sign off for today — I guess you know by this time that her name is Kay. GAMMA PHI EPSILON ADVISER DOROTHY WAITE Sixly-Eiqh!McBride. Currier. Fi»hcr. Hau.jen, Dahlm. P. Kelley. Morlitel Cantor. L. Kelly. Schiller. Scott. Schmitt Inter-Club Council The Inter-Club Council, an organization of ten years' standing, fills an important position in the sorority life of the College. Under the sympathetic and capable guidance of Miss Ellen Clark, Dean of Women and adviser of the group, representatives of the seven sororities work together to formulate rules governing inter-club activities, to iron out any difficulties which may arise in that regard, and, more important, to foster a spirit of harmony and cooperation, not only among the members but throughout the entire student body. Meetings of the Council are not held regularly, but are called by the president upon the request of the adviser or of any sorority. Inter-Club Council membership is made up of two representatives from each sorority — the president and one other girl chosen by a majority vote of her club. When these delegates convene for their first Council meeting of the school year they select their officers for the term. Those chosen for 1936-37 were: Jean McBride, president; Vivian Wid-ness, vice president, and Thelma Bjorkman, secretary-treasurer. When Miss Bjorkman left college in January, Shirley Carriar was elected to fill the unexpired term of secretary-treasurer. Under the leadership of these officers this organization has taken an active interest in all school social events, in the care and upkeep of the women's lounge, and in orientating new girls into college life. Inter-Club Council members are the following: Alpha Kappa: Lois Kelly, Eileen Strayer, and Dorothy Jane Fowler; Delta Sigma: Jean McBride and Mary Jane Schmitt; Gamma Phi Epsilon: Margaret Scott and Mabel Haugen; Lambda Sigma Lambda: Lorraine Schiller and Philo-men Morisset; Sigma Omega: Shirley Carriar, Thelma Bjorkman, and Thelma Dahlin; Sigma Pi: Vivian Widness, Helen Anderson, Jean Keaough, and Georgia Lange; Tau Alpha Chi: Anita Fisher, Patty Kelley, Florence Cooke, and Lorraine Pearson. Slxty-Nln Gundenon. Swrvjol. Hallh. Andrews. Ihilg. 0. lohnzon. Thayer. Garviie. Markham. Lord. Eater. Del Favoro. Catpetton. Ellis. Maiiucci. E. lohnson. Neurer. Schultz. I. Olsen. Plahn, Currier. Sirayer. H. Jocobron. Crandall. Bamtvgalo. Sigma Gamma Chi Sigma Gamma Chi concludes another ol the unforgetable years at Crownhart Hall. The social program was directed by the house officers: Phyllis Plahn, president; Elaine Olson, vice president; Katherine Gansko, secretary, and Vivian Neurer, treasurer. The first activity of these out-of-town girls who reside at the College dormitory was an informal picnic held at Billings Park. Then, on Hallowe’en, a masquerade party was given, and on October 1 the group gave a tea at which friends and faculty members were present. The traditional Christmas formal dinner held on December 15 was an impressive affair, made especially so by the very formal candlelight procession down the stairs and into the dining room. A festive note was added by the Christmas songs and merry speeches at the close of the dinner. On January 16 a formal dance was held in the ballroom. In the Spring the girls sponsored several buffet suppers, a Spring tea on April 15. and the climax of the social year, the Spring formal dance held on May 15. SovonlyR. Gustafson. I. Anderson. I. Miller, K. Eng«r, Saytos, En jh. Smith. Woodward. E. Enqer, Kelloy, Scott, Koeler Moo. Utloy. LaVaque. Davis. O'Hare. O’Brien. Poarson, Isrools. Lamorcaux. Haynio. Kashinski MEMBERS Anderson. Inez Ellis. Eileen Keeler, Louise Olson. Elaino Andrews, Dorothy Enger. Evelyn Kashinski. Freda Pearson. Marion Bart ingale, Marion Engor. Harriot Lamorcaux, Adello Plahn, Phyllis Bates, Betty Engh. Iris La Vaquo. Ahdoll Sayles. Lotna Best. Marion Ganske. Kathorino Lord. Virginia Schultz. Phyllis Bino, Maty Gunderson. Margaret Mariucd. Pauline Scott, Margarot Caspcrson. Boalrico Haish. Nancy Markham. Nan Smith. Lillian Crandall. Dorothy Haynio. Winoma Miller. Irone Stengel. Myma Currier, lean lhrlg, Holon Moe, Pearl Stouifer. Shirley Davis. Goraldino Israels, Lucille Nouror. Vivian Strayer, Eileen Del Favoro. May Jacobson. Ada Grace O'Brien. Cleone Thayor. Thulia Dufly. Eva Johnson. Dorothy O'Haro. Helen Webster. Helen Cdstrom. Gladys Johnson, Eldora Olsen, Imogene Woodward. Dorothy I Seventy-OneAlboo. Thoodoco And«r on. Kennoth Bortolmo. Herbert Borg. Mahlon Bird. George Braun. Richard Camoron. Duncan Clough. Donovan MEMBERS Farroll. lames Hart, Burdolto Howard. Konnoth Kane. Edward Kcolor, Frank Martin. Lewis Jowotl. Jamos !.k n. Carl Lindquist. Claronco McDonald, diaries Miller. Loonard Nelson. Thomas Ouarfot. Vernon Rich. Lawronco Sinclear, Theodoro Sinclair. Vanco Tod Albee an L.D.C. known for his busy appearance, his smile, and tremendous interost in his chosen profession—teaching; . . Ken Anderson—he's the professor-ish looking fellow who lives to play tennis; ..Hub Bartel me—the officious socialite and seller of Tydol; . . Mahlon Berg—cherishes the desire to be a hermit; . . Bud Bird — nonchalant young man with that quality of friendliness; . . Dick Braun—just a blonde Bob Taylor, who finds the South End interesting; . . "Dine" Cameron— gives a hen pecked appearance and is known for his habit of arriving late — incidentally, a dorm girl may be the reason; .. Don Clough--ready and willing when it comes to L. D. C. business; . . Jim Farrell — whose main ambition is to master calculus, which probably accounts for the worried expression; . . Bud Hart- man with that subtle humor and ability to act; . . Ken Howard—you can see he's independent and just listen to the puns; . . Eddie Kane — what causes that cocky swagger probably his prowess at tennis; . . Frank Keeler—a pensive fellow who is easily recognized by his nod and his active interest in the tango; .. Lewis Martin —happy-go-lucky with a devilish look on his face and a joke on the tip of his tongue; . . Bud Jewett—magnetic personality and a real laugh; .. Carl Lien— whose design for living centers around a Stout girl; . . Clarence Lindquist — the L. D. C. scholar who is known for his collection of A's; . . Chucks McDonald— it's been rumored that his main ambition lies in Billings Park; .. Len Miller—the sky scraper-ish chap you've seen chatting with the girls; .. Tom Nelson—one of those gentlemen whose purpose in life is enjoyment; . . Vern Ouarfot—his interest is an Irish Miss; . . Bud Rich — a jovial sportman; . . Ted Sinclear—recognized by "Esquire fashions" appearance; .. "Cook" Sinclair —constant companion of H. E. ADVISER L. J. CAREY LAMBDA DELTA CHIADVISER A. D. WHEALDON Ellis Axon — ''Flash" — Shell lake inundated. Axon makes buckets and wails; . . Roland Amundson — "Vitey" — a platinum roundhead—extra mileago with "Ethel"; . . Jack Barkoll— with a "Bea" in his bonnet he still remains true to "Our Nell”; . . Gerald Bartness — Dapper Dan ol bow-tie fame; .. William Conley—he's not a state champ but he's a Conley man through and through; . . Alwin Culliton — "Mike" spends his winters "braking" on the South Superior car; .. Lowell Darst—a renowned athlete who recommends Russell's products; . . lohn Downing—a good golfer but not a money player — ping pong— well maybe — Lois? DEFINITELY; . . Nick Doyle—a pugilist who goes in for stags in a big way; . . Leonard Erickson—his achievements in the water and with Marioth Howard are his main points;.. William Honretty — a "big game hunter", shoots nothing but air into people's tiros; . . Wayne Hunter — a ringer for George Raft and do they like it; . . Fred Kemp—outstanding member of "the college debate team," and a brother to A1 Culliton in more ways than one; . . Lowell Kroagol — tennis and puns are his "Racquets"; . . George Linder—hockoy-player Bud—a reporter of note, who talks as well as he writes; . . A1 Maire—his chief accomplishments—vodvil, Cleopatra and selling Poptomist ads—poet laureate of the Fox; . . William McConnell — a revival of the old Daniel Webster era who commands respect by the size of words and NOT THEIR MEANING; . . William Meyers—master of three arts— football, basketball, and Fisher; . . Robert Murphy — Gerhardt's partner in crime, a bit on the haywire side; . . Kenneth Nelson—a handsome life guard in summer—but only a long shadow of weeks in winter; , . John Oslrom—that blonde chorine on the end, known among the fourth estates as "Dynamite"; .. Kenneth Pederson—"how about throwing a swell hop, fellows"; . . William Rehnstrand—a "fisher man" through and through; . . Norman Smith—his middle name is Gerhardt. but don't let it fool you, he's a house wrecker of some fame;.. Dalton Whealdon —the only person from Caldwell. Ohio, that didn't get wet in the flood; . . Elmer Morrill Thompson — Rubinoff has nothing on this boy, either with the violin or his love suits. Axon, Edit Amundson. Roland Barkoll. lack Bartnoss. Garold Coriky. William Culliton. Alwin Dartt. Lowoll Downing, lohn Doyle. Nick MEMBERS Ellckion. Leonard H oniony. William Hunler. Wayno Kemp, fred Kroagol. Lowell Under. George Maire. A1 McConnell. William Meyers. William Murphy. Robert Nelson. Kenneth Ostrom. John Pederson, Kenneth Rohnstrand. William Smith. Norman Thompson. Elmer Merrill 'Whealdon. Da lion FEX SovontyThrooArchamboault. Frand Aulroy. William Christianson. Ernost Christianson. Woodrow Cushman. Ralph Cosqrovo, Patrick Davis. Stanley Dodo. loo MEMBERS Gradln. Claronco Johnson. Douglas Under. Charles McCullum. James MePhorson. William Murphy. Jamos Myrom. Wallaco Nelson. Josoph Olson. Gordon Schmidt. Richard Schnoll. William Schrtoll. Bob Slooman. William Soloim. Ray Young. Courlland Fran Archambeault- always foist wit' de latest; Bill Autroy— who said Valentino was dead?; Ernie Christianson—there must be something in him. nothing has ever come out; Woody Christianson — considered plenty o. k. by a certain A.K.; Mike Cushman—he's a thinker but it's Just a "pipe" dream; Pat Cosgrove — he's only a bar-keep but you never hear him "wine"; "Stutz" Davis — that stocky, cocky, wayward lad from Hayward; Joe Dedo—bombastic. pugnastic, scholastic; "Cola” Gradin—tolerably, talkative. towheaded Toreador; Bob Gill — spring. Model "T" time; Doug Johnson — are we laughing with him or at hi m?; "Chucks" Linder -”On the Virge" of something; Jim McCullum—that reminds me of the time at Rice Lake; Bill "Speed" McPherson — it's no use. Mac. it's a Ford V-8; Wally Myrom— quiet and shy, but still quite a guy; Jim Murphy — has anybody here soen Moiphy?; Joe Nelson — people who live near glass counters should never roll bones; Gordy Olson— tall, dark and ask him the rest; Dick Schmidt—don’t say Schlitz, say Schmidt; Bill Schnell — Oh! these army men; Bob Schnell— intelligensia omnia vicit; Cort Young — they say he's young for his age; Bill Sleeman -like father, like son. "bored" of education; Ray Soleim — can anybody here do algebra? ADVISER t. j. McCarthy IOTA DELTA CHI Sevonly-FourWard. Caspcteon. Mlkio. Autiey. Romiti. A. Flthor, Smith Kailo. Goldfino. Engh. McCormick, larson. Mclntoo Barton. J. M. Fithot. Olton Absent: Nor no Maloney. John Sttador. Katherine Specht Alpha Psi Omega Student organization of dramatic talent at Superior State is still in its infancy. A few years ago a group of students interosted in drama became a member of the National Dramatic Fraternity— the Alpha Psi Omega— and received its name from that club. During the first years of its inception the society received but little student or faculty support. Two years ago. undor the leadership of Douglas Moodie, the club presented its conception of that age old drama. "No! No! A Thousand Times No!" with true melodramatic artistry. Last year tho club was entirely inactive. This year, under tho directorship of Miss Kathryn Ohman of the faculty and Miss Beatrice Casperson of the student body, the club initiated nine now members into tho society, enlarging the group to twenty-four students. It prosonlod a one-act play at the assembly, "Sup- pressed Desires", with Miss Beatrice Casperson, Miss Elynore Larsen, and Mr. William Autrey taking the leading roles. Instead of producing its intended throo-act play tho members aided tho Senior class in its production of Richard Shoridan's "School For Scandal". Principal roles were takon by Miss Caspor-son as Lady Sneerwell. Miss Larsen as Lady Teazle, Patrick Mclntee as Sir Peter Teazle. John McCormick as Joseph Surface, and George Goldfine as Snake. Slow it may be to be recognized as an integral part of school activities, the Alpha Psi Omega will gain its niche in in tho College organizations and will prove to be its worth to both faculty and students alike. This year it introduced a now social function to the college at large with the sponsorship of the annual Beaux Arts Ball held in the gym during the month of May. Seventy-FiveCaiptiion. La; «n. Moitu«t. Mcir.l International Relations Club Student forums and discussions have been the guiding principles of the International Relations Club of Superior State. Group meetings were held monthly in the Women's Lounge, at which time students themselves presented their views and comments on current problems and topics. The International Relations Club was formed under the auspices of tho Carnegie Endowment for International Peace to educate and enlighten public opinion. "It is not to support any single view as to how best to treat the conditions which now prevail throughout the world, but to fix the attention of students on those underlying principles of international conduct, of international law, and of international organization which must be agreed upon and applied if peaceful civilization is to continue." (I. R. C. Handbook—1925) In support of this ideal the International Relations Club was furnished with its yearly instalment of books on international affairs which have been presented to the college library by the Club. The books were selected for the purposo of presenting differing points of view of authoritative writers, thereby challenging the minds of students to present and discuss their convictions. Delegates of the Club were sent to the Midwest International Relations Clubs Conference held at Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin. Delegates presented papers and participated in the group meetings with other delegates of the Colleges and Universities of Illinois. Michigan. Indiana, and Wisconsin. Through the guidance of Doctor Ralph Norem the Club proved to be successful and larger than previous years. ADVISER Doctor Ralph A. Norem PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Patrick G. Mclntee Philomen Morisset Beatrice Casperson TREASURER Elynoro Larsen SavonlySixAivsmmQJU AWfWBM Am-S-T 'UH LlNDfAY kk, tOfcl lUDVtOSON Homecoming Our King and Queon candidates (or tho 1936 Homocoming celebration poio (or tho camoraman —back row. Vane© Sinclair. L. D. C-: Viola Lud-vigson. Kr.oClub: Joan Lindsay. K no-Club; Bill Moyer . Fox; and Joe Dedo. Iota. For queen: Ely nor© Larson, Alpha Kappa; Wilma Mead; Harriot Engor, Sigma Pi; Jean Nelson, Throe Arts; and Beatrice Casper son. Doha Sigma. Ono portion o( a prize-winning float sponsored by tho Iotas—"Wo came, wo saw, wo con-querod." First semester social chairman Horbert Bartolme who gave us a New Deal in student social (unctions. Somo campaign advertising. Tho honored royalty—Quoon Joan Nelson and King Bill Moyors. Seventy Eight u,J“t D€D© mk r K,M°- ism queen-hake mym, Jkyw tr H ' ML NELSON mm XiAwart Zbr Qi pen STC iNonpi- )f tfaSTYLE Mur mcjfos our term »jri r v b I S.T.C.CRCSSES THEGCALllNEji Russian Homecoming—Coed Prom Lots of (loots! Tho Gitche cameraman had a busy timo tho day o( tho Homocoming parade gutting those shots (or us. Alpha Kappas go (or a rido while tho Fox go (or ducks Janot Rabo makes a touchdown in tho Doha Sigma "March o( Timo" Somo Russians, oh. what? Proudly wo present tholr majostlos of the Coed prom— King Patricia Rrandow and "his" lovoly partner, Quoon Medora Swanson. Another glimpse of Della Sigma March of Timo Dancers at tho Cood Prom pause long onough for tho photographor to got this shot (n tho receiving lino at the Cood Prom—Oairo Lindsay. Eilocn Hull. Dorothy Crandall. Mablo Lager, Margaret Mortality. Elloon Dlls, Lillian Makola, Dagnoy Lindolol, Martha Szarskowski and Moioll Tomlin. Scronty-Nlnc CROWNHART HALL The cozy living room at Crownhart Hall. Phyllis Plahn and Joan Currior. room matos. iind a minuto to talk, ©von in tho busiest days. Phyllis Plahn in tho act of studying. Looks comfort-ablo. Phylll Crownhart Hall at night. Dorothy Johnson looking for mall, and Iris Engh at tho phono. Another vlow of Crownhart Hall. Eightyi 1 I DORM LIFE Glimpses into lifo at the dorm— Viv Nouror and Eiloon Strayor pour at a tea. Cloono O'Brion pro-sonts a bit of Christ-mas cheer to Winona Haynio. Guests enjoy tho formal Christmas dinner. Washing-up before that "8 o'clock’ Books (to study or not to study?) Receiving lino ready to wolcome too guests. Hie dorm girls relax. Eighty-OneDelta Sigma sorority, in gaining first place in the Vodvil. cleverly combined comedy, music, and drama in their interpretation of the life and tragic down-fall of Bluebeard. A special feature of the act was the hideous song and dance number of the seven deceased wives of the blue-haired one. Elaborate scenery and costumes in a very impressive Chinese act gained for the Alpha Kappa sorority second place money in the Vodvil. Supplementing the artistic setting, the group presented some fine music in the form of a vocal soloist and chorus of well-trained voices. "Who Killed Cock-Robin" was the subject of the Lambda Sigma Lambda winning act. Realistic costumes and acting on the part of a jury of penguins, and clever individual performances featured this presentation. Bqhtr-Two 1937 Vodvil WinnersBetween the Acts Roll 'em. girls (?), roll 'em! The very efficient stage crew . . . and Mr. Langley. The curtain-raiser. Beast, bird or fish? Lights out! Fourth again! They're fust too cute for words . . . such chicken-muscle. Whitey! The scene changes. El jhly-Thr oThe captain and his crew. A man's best friend . . . What! Victor studying! A sincere and able captain. Come out from behind the cam-oflauge. Bud. Relax, boys. Remember—you're in the lounge. Signs or Life The Greeks had a word for it— we haven't. The well-known K.-P. candlelight supper. Modem maids in an historical setting. What are these German Club members so happy about? 'Twas the night before the Pep came out . . Ei jhly-FourSuperior in the Spring. Tea for two. "To bed, to bed, said Sleepy head." And so far, far into the night On Your Campus Ladies of leisure. Our own "Sweetheart of the Ice." A lovely bit of Hollywood. S. T. C.'s composer at her piano Oh, say, can you swing? The editor and his "boss. Eighty-FW College Vodvil Doing make-up work. Barkell plays nursemaid to the fetching Kutta. Scaring the blues away. The versatile Julian. On with the showl Eighty-SixEdward G. Whereat) Cooch 1930- He l n‘t «joln j far. f Four conference championships in seven years of coachingl This is "Ted's" record at Superior State. Starting the season with twelve lottormen. Coach Whereatt quickly molded a smooth, hard-driving squad with which he again claimed the Northern Conference Championship. Ted is not only to be complimented on the excellent teams he has produced, but for the choice selection of opponents he has brought to Gates Field. Next year he promises a "menu” of games, home and away, for Superior which involves competition of a higher type than Superior has ever encountered in its past years. One year of conference competition was enough to give Tommy a position on the All-Conference team with four others of his teammates. Captain Tom won the admiration and respect of his teammates, his foes, and the fans for his clean, hard playing and his sportsmanship. Tommy, a senior, will go down among the "great" of Superior State's linemen. 1936 Conference Champions The line: Morcuk. Ojamakl. TonUh. Adam . Captain Yellch. Mueller. Victor. BacklieM: Rich. Weplor. Ree e. Gentilo EightyDqht1936 Squad Ftonl row (from lot! Jo right): Alb ®. Mllullnovich. Socor, Clrilll. L. Rich. G®ntll . Sondvlck. Donatoll. B. Rich. Moyer . Oilrocn. Middl® row: KcPh r»on. Maire. Notion. Chrutian«©n. Hanion. Murphy. Ju®l. Go'.dborq. Fraior. McConnell. Ctlorl. Bannick. Wobfor. Bock row: Adam . Brown. Root . Wil« . Pawlicki. Lyon . Whoaldon. Oiomakl. Vidor. Marcuk. Roohm, Tomih. Yollch, Muoller, Scntlh. Seasons Statistical Summary Opponents Sept. 25 Hamline U....... Oct. 2 Duluth State____ Oct. 9 Eau Claire State Oct. 16 St. John's U..... Oct. 24 River Falls State Oct. 30 La Crosse........ Nov. 7 Kansas State ... Nov. 11 Stout ........... Total Score Score 6 ; Superior...........25 3 ; Superior........... 0 0 ; Superior...........33 6 ; Superior........... 9 0 ; Superior.......... 13 0 ; Superior........... 7 26 ; Superior........... 7 0 ; Superior...........32 41 Total........125 .-too' an a Eighty.Nln.oLettermen Another first down tor tho Pod Aldor Wepfor Quarterback lr. Louie going lost around end. Ninety Robert Victor Left end Soph. William Meyers Halfback If. Teddy Gentile Captain elect Halfback Jr. John Oetrocn Right end Soph.Lettermen linovich. a freshman fullback. In the lowor left is Superior's twice winner of All-Conference honors. Ed Tontsh. who has one more year to play in the tackle position. Ed Marcuk is in lower center; Ed. a sophomoro, plays the right end "Job." Larry Adams, playing his second yeaT for Superior at center. won All-Conference recognition. In the upper left corner is HarTy Reese, a fullback and a junior. The three members ot the abovo "beef trust" are (from left to right): Elmer Ojamaki. Ed Goldberg, and Art Muellor—all are tackles. Louis Rich, halfback and senior, is in the upper right-hand comer. His cousin. Buddy Rich, halfbock and freshman, is to the left. On the right side facing him is Milo Mllu- Nlnety-OneLettermen and Coaches The men above from left !o right are: Dalton Whealdon, junior, guard; Clarence Esterl, a freshman quarterback; James Donatell, a freshman guard; and Louis Bannick, a freshman and halfback. The curly-haired fellow on the left is Frank Cirilli, a freshman and end. Henry Pawlicki on the right, a sophomore, plays center. In the lower comers are Jack Barkoll and Vemer Anderson, Coach Whereatt's reliable assistants. In the left, lower center, is Roy Juel, end, who has one year left to play. To his left is Woodrow Christianson, a junior, who plays the guard position. Nlntly-TwoIn Action A (utile attempt at a block Tommy and River Falls captain (Tom is looking for the best spot to block this guy). Contented crowd leaving after Stout game. Ted giving a few pointers. Are they listening? "Toots” isn't worried about this kick. What's Marcuk doing, passing cr receiving? The Superior sidelines at River Falls. Tommy and A1 thinking of steaks. Binkley's got something there. A few of the boys taking a "fiver." Somebody’s going to get hit—and hard, too The beautiful backgrouna behind the Superior subs are S. T. C. students who followed the team to River Falls. Coach and Captain giving the material a judging eye. Nlnvly-Thrs EDWARD C. WHEREATT Coach BASKETBALL 1936-37 Season Scores Dec. 4—Superior........... 38 Dec. 12— Superior........... 39 Dec. 14 — Superior............ 26 Dec. 18 — Superior............ 32 Dec. 22 — Superior............ 36 Dec. 3i — Superior............ 32 Jan. 8 — Superior............. 37 Ian. 15 — Superior............ 38 Ian. 21—Superior........... 22 Feb. 1—Superior........... 26 Feb. 5 — Superior............. 38 Feb. 12 — Superior............ 40 Feb. 16 — Superior............ 31 Fob. 19 — Superior............ 36 Feb. 26 — Superior............ 38 Feb. 27 — Superior............ 43 Mar. 12 — Superior............ 23 TOTALS.........575 vs. Michigan Tech................ 19 vs. Macalester................... 24 vs. North Dakota State........... 34 vs. Kansas Aggies................ 47 vs. North Dakota U............... 39 vs. St. Thomas .................. 23 vs. Ecru Claire...................21 vs. River Falls.................. 40 vs. Duluth........................24 vs. La Crosse.................... 29 vs. Stout ....................... 22 vs. River Falls.................. 34 vs. Duluth ...................... 18 vs. Minnesota "B" ............... 28 vs. Stout ....................... 25 vs. Eau Claire................... 38 vs. La Crosse.................... 24 TOTALS..........489 Tho Squad McConnell. Victor, McGrath. Axon. Conley, Nomoc. Downing. Simstod. Juols. McPherson. Yolicn. Moyers. Ninety-FourWilliam McPhorson Captain Guard Sr. Regulars Edward McGrath Conlor Sr. Thoraai Yolieh Guard Sr. Nlnatr-riT Gocrgo Simitad Guard FrothRegulars Bottle Beneath tho Net Ellis Axon forward Jr. Robort Victor Corner Soph. John Downing Forward Froth. William Conley Guard Jr. William Meyort Guard Jr. Ninety-Six Josoph Nomoc Forward Froth.Axon isn'l praying; he's throwing a charity toss. Captain Billy up for a high one. We suspect an airplane or a basket. Who is it? i Roy is not to be stopped. Axon has a cute form. Does it hurt, boys? Nlnetr-S«ven Cage Hi-Lites A typical big crowd at a Superior game. Under the watchful eye and coaching of foe Linder, former hockey "great", the Superior Teachers hockey team enjoyed the second year of existence with a successful season, winning six games and losing three (two to the District Champs and one to the Head of the Lakes Champs). The school may look forward next year to an expansion of this sport. Games with Houghton Tech, range colleges, and universities will attempt to be arranged. Of the eleven members on this year's squad, nine will return to the ice for Superior next winter. H O C K E Y Coach Under. Hunter. Coearove. Stark, Lennon. Mavet. Barmen Hoack. Retxer. Chat. Under, Geo Under. Knuteon Games and Scores Collegians................. 4 vs. Collegians..................9 vs. Collegians................. 3 vs. Collegians................. 8 vs. Collegians................. 3 vs. Collegians................. 4 vs. Collegians................. 2 vs. Collegians..................6 vs. Collegians................. 4 vs. TOTALS................43 City All-Stars.................... 1 Central High ..................... 2 West Duluth ...................... S Superior Cyclones................. 1 Superior Cops..................... 4 Central High ..................... 1 Superior Cops..................... 3 Superior Central.................. 1 City All-Stars.................... 1 19 Nlaetr-ElqhtI Another example of a minor sport being a major attraction! This spring sport initiated its fourth year of existence with a successful Golden Gloves tournament hold on March 23. 1937, in the gymnasium. These annual tournaments are witnessed by capacity crowds, whose enthusiasm for the sport is guaranteed by their continuous uproar over each fought round. The boxing squad this year was placed under the capable coaching of loe Dedo, a graduating student whose experience and skill in the ring was well-testified to by the success of the bouts. The squad's enthusiasm, the coach's ability, and the fans' approval have convinced the boxing managers that scheduled bouts with other college squads would be on the school's calendar for the coming year. 1937 Boxing Squad Back row (loll lo right): Jack Lonnon. Jamo» Murphy, loo Flschbach. rosier Brown. Larry Adams. Norman Smith, Pedro Henderson. Arthur Mason. Front: John Slrodor. Jock O'Hara. Jack Sccoro. Lou Briggs. Tod Rask. Claronco Ester], Milo Mitutinovich. Not in picture: James Donatoll. Lower right hand cor nor: Coach Joe Dedo. Ninety-Nine The results of the Golden Gloves tournament, held Tuesday night. March 23. in the gymnasium, were: five decisions, three draws, no knockouts. Decisions wore awarded by the judges to John Strader, Superior, over Jack O'Hara, Superior, in the 135 pound class; to Milo Milutinovich, Park Falls, over Jack Lennon, Hurley, 155 pounds; to Ted Rask, Superior, over James Murphy, Superior, 125 pounds; lo Jack Secore, Hurley, over James Donate!!. Spooner, middleweight; and to Leo Fischbach, Mellen, over ILarry Adams, Black River Falls, heavyweight. "Draw" was the judges' verdict in the bouts between Art Mason, Superior, and Clarence Esterl, Park Falls; Norman Smith. Sujoerior, and Pedro Henderson, Ckidolt; and Lou Briggs, Foxboro, and Foster Brown, Black Fiver Falls.W.A.A. SPORTS The Women's Athletic Association is a member of a national organization called the American Federation of College Women for bettering interest and participation in more sports. The W. A. A. promotes friendship, health and sportsmanship, and is for all the girls interested in sports emphasizing “play for all." They sponsor an athletic program in the following sports: soccer, riflery, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and archery. Letters are awarded with selections on the basis of the point system. Archery is first in the fall, and arrangements have been made for some tournaments in the spring with other colleges. There was such a turnout that new equipment had to be bought. Medora Swanson took charge, and was a very able leader. Riflery brings out the sighting skill of quite a number of girls. Tournaments have also been arranged with other colleges. The members of the team were Marian Bartingale.GloriaOakes, Helen Webster, Alice Morey, Louise Keeler, Margaret Scott, Anna Karlo, and Loretta Fremont, all of whom were under the supervision of Dorothy Crandall. The freshmen showed themselves very apt in taking the honors for volleyball with the aid of Margaret Scott. Four teams were chosen to compete: Freshmen, Rural, Dormitory and Upper-classmen. Members chosen for the final team were: Margaret Scott, Virginia Lord, Anna Karlo, Geraldine Davis, Alyce Morey, Winona Haynie, Ruth Gustafson, Freda Kashin-ski, Lucille Israels. Some minor activities which keep the W. A. A.'s busy the whole year are tennis, badminton, bicycling, hikes, skating, and tobogganning. Marion Morlarity. Lorraine Iron, Geraldine Davit. Eleanore La Rote, Phoebe rerquton, Lolt Watopka, Mary McCuirk. Marqaret Mortality. Ceraldine Davit, Ruth Guitalton. Seated at her detk it Mitt Mary B. Daviet. women't athletic director at Superior Slate and adviter ol the W. A. A. One HundredtaiUT W.A.A. SOCIETY Tho Coed Prom was tho big event of tho year, sponsored by the W. A. A. s. Interest was added this year by tho fact that it took place on Friday the 13th and everything was carried out in tho thirteen scheme. Admission was thirteen cents, there were 13 dancos, and the time was 9:13 to 12:13. It was a complete success. Woody Budnick's orchestra furnished the music, and Martha Erickson brought her revue. Medora Swanson and Patricia Brandow made an attractive King and Queen to lead tho Grand March. Mable Lager had full charge of all the arrangements. The Vodvil, a hi-light of the year, had the theme, "Hay, Hay Day." It was under the direction of Dorothy Crandall and Lillian Makela. The scone was laid in a barn and was a celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Dorothy Clough acted as master of ceremonies, calling the square dances and introducing the program. The W. A. A.'s have an annual Initiation dinner, which was held this year at the Colonial Tea House, Jan. 7. The faculty members who wore invited were Miss Teerink, Mr. H. S. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Where-att, Mr. and Mrs. Thorp Langley and Miss Clark. After dinner a few of the faculty members spoke, and the new members entertained with a novel program. Virginia Lord was the chairman in charge of arrangements. There was a Sports Day this year to which the W. A. A. 's of Duluth State, Duluth Junior College, and the Villa were invited. Margaret Moriarity was the general chairman, assisted by Margaret Scott, Casimiera Zyg-munt, and Frieda Kashinski. This activity was sponsored at the suggestion of Miss Davies, and turned out to be a very friendly rally. They are all looking forward to a very successful season again next year. Ruth Cuttalion. Virginia Lord. Alyc Moroy. Maryann Gustick. U raldin Davit. Anna Xarlo, Clair Lindtay. Maryann Cuttiek. Alyc Mor y. Eltonor La Rot . G raldin Davit. Clair Lindtay. Alyc Mor y. Clair Lindtay. B v rly Koaough. Mary McGulrk. On Hundred On SPORTS SHOTS Larry means business! Another victory; another shower. Superior's punts are seldom blocked. A friendly clinch aftor the fight. One of Ted's famous double reverse plays. River Falls finds the going tough! Rules and regulations. I'll betcha! S. T. C. is noted for its attractive student body. Something's up! The boys just love to mix it! On Hundred TwoMISCELLANEOUS SHOTS Mural map of the Shores of Gitche Gurnee, painted by Eugene Miller, former student. The handsome man? Cashmere Zygmunt. Scene from the play, "Suppressed Desires," produced by Alpha Psi Omega. The cast includes William Autrey, Beatrice Casporson. and Elynoro Larsen. 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It is labor’s own organization in distribution. Join it! Central Co-operative Wholesale SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN Central Buying Organization for $0,000 Consumers in the Northwest I One Hundred Elqh!X 7TOTHn T TC T WHERE THE GANG MEETS....AT THE MOST BEAUTIFUL VJLOli U Oi SODA FOUNTAIN IN THE ENTIRE NORTHWEST When it's hot during summer school.... cool off at PEOPLES' DRUG STORE Belknap and Baxter Phone 1064 THE POPULAR COLLEGE STOPPING PLACE ___________________________________ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY The Store for Young Men i Distinctive Portraits Arrow Shirts Dobbs Hats Bostonian Shoes Kuppenheimer Clothes Millard-Berg Studio EKSTROM’S 626-628 Tower Avenue On Hundred Nln Kempinsky Glass and Paint Company E. T. SAFFORD COMPANY School Supplies PAINT....WALL PAPER All Kinds of Varnishes Parker Pen ....Greeting Garde....Ring Rook and Filler PARTY FAVORS AND DECORATIONS AT LOWEST PRICES LEATHER GOODS 1701 North 6th Phone 2688R1 1122 Tower Avenue Superior, WiscoiiHin PATRONIZE GITCHE GUMEE ADVERTISERS MERCHANDISE OF KNOWN QUALITY Society Brand Clothes Florsheim Shoes INTERWOVEN HOSE CARTER UNDERWEAR Rit zinger Glass Company GLASS Ornamental Glass, Mirrors, Plate, Structural and Window Glass. Auto Windshields and Sedan Glass .... Shatterproof Glass 1216 OGDEN Phone 648 PATRONIZE GITCHE GUMEE ADVERTISERS YOUR WATCH must be more than an accurate time-♦ piece — it must also be a part of your jewelry—a correct accessory of dress. We arc now showing the latest and most advanced styles in GRUEN, ELGIN and HAMILTON WATCHES. DIAMONDS and JEWELRY GIFTS J. O. WE STB Y 1214 Tower Avenue JEWELER HUB says: “Visit any Northwestern Service Station and get ‘SERVICE WITH A SMILE ” HERBERT BARTELME DISTRIBUTED BY NORTHWESTERN OIL COMPANY On Hundred Ten POPKIN Mather Pharmacy, Inc. Furniture Co. Prescription Experts 518-520 Tower Avenue Phone 100 1505 Power Avenue Superior, Wis. STACK BROTHERS, Inc. Plumbing and Heating Contractors 1718 Winter Street • SUPERIOR, WIS. Stop at a Fountain for That Tinkling Glass of Sparkling, Ice Cold COCA-COLA “For the Pause That Refreshes” The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. 1020 Ogden Avenue Superior, Wis. THURE NELSON GROCERY MEATS and BAKERY The Home of Quality Table Foods PHONE 7 3 1610 'l ower Avenue Congratulations to the Class of 1937 Wisconsin Grain and Warehouse Commission On Hundred □•vonTHE PLAYGROUND OF 0 NATION Well NAMED is that section of the Arrowhead Country lying about one hundred miles north of Duluth on the Vermilion Route of the D. M. N. Ry., called "The Playground of a Nation.” Here, in addition to the usual vacation activities, will be found something different in outdoor recreation; here you can step into a canoe with a friend or guide, and paddle or portage for days or weeks, fishing as you go. Outfitters af Tower, Ely, Winton and Burntside are prepared to provide all the necessary equipment for a short or long canoe or fishing trip. Use the Missabe from Duluth to Tower, Ely, Winton or Burnt-side. Fares 2c per mile with a 10% reduction if round trip tickets are purchased. Duluth, Missabe Northern Railway Co. Passenger Department Wolvin Building DULUTH, MINN. None Better Than FOOTWEAR To Buy Your Shoes Compliment of BRANDSER’S INC. 1316 Tower Ave. Phone 1946 The City of Superior Through Its Mayor Byrn Ostby Extends Its Congratulations To the Class of Nineteen Thirty Seven One Hundred TwelveThe National Bank of Commerce PHILIP G. STRATTON Chairman of the Board EDWARD I„ CASS President OF SUPERIOR K s t a hi ish ed 188 ft JAMES M. CRAWFORD Vice President RICHARD J. OYASS Cashier 1117 TOWER AVENUE Member Federal Reserve System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Home of Quality MEATS and GROCERIES ■ ■ LINDBERG-THOMPSON 1202 Belknap Phone 783 PATRONIZE GITCHE GUMEE ADVERTISERS Superior's Smartest Shop for Women Tower Avenue at Thirteenth Professor R. E. Search has been trying to find a better coffee than Arco. He has worked hard. He has reached the end of his rope. Poor man! Everybody knows that ARCOi THE FINEST QUALITY COFFEE YOU CAN BUY I On Hundred ThirteenTyoxnies Society Publishers and Printers of “Tyomies,” the Largest Finnish Daily in America We do all kinds of Commercial Printing at reasonable rates. Excellent service. Our BOOKSTORE is at your service with B'OOKS, TYPEWRITERS and other supplies. TYOMIES is the best advertising medium—use it to win the trade of the Finnish people. UNION SHOP PHONE 465 601-603 Tower Avenue SUPERIOR - - WISCONSIN JOY YING LOW CAFE Best Chinese and American Dishes Open 11:00 10 2:00 A. M. Saturday 3:00 A. M. Specializing in Chop Suey for Parties 1307 Tower Avenue Phone 914 Mr. Langley: "Have you no ethics?" Ed: "No. I've got a chev." She: "I bought this dross for o ridiculous price." He: "You mean you got it for a ridiculous figure." Kas: "Let's go to the Library." Bca: "I alreody hove a date." Mr. Miller: "What is the Mississippi Delta?" "Jumbo" F.: "Fraternity down south." Compliments of Nelson Knitting Mills Co. 2105 West Superior Street Melrose 2435 DULUTH, MINN. Carlson Bros. Co. FURNACES OIL BURNERS STOKERS 1216 Banks Phone 314 For Snappy Styles AND Quality Clothing See Superior Clothing Co. 1202-04 Tower Phone 171 On. Hundred Fourt.onMAST PRINTING COM PA NY Printers RULERS... BINDERS Quality Printing and Strvitt 1815 BROADWAY Phone 1189 Tho modorn woman, truly wise. Never speaks of other guys But concentrates her verbal dither Upon the gentleman who's with hor. The gentleman is not the same. He plays a very different game. In speaking to the weaker sex He tells of all the girls he necks. Mr. Schricber: "Does the moon have any effect on the tide?" E. R. Joose: "No. only the untied." With the Best of Wishes to the Students of S.T. C. GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE COMPANY 1301 TOWER AVENUE They're Champions IN STYLE, FIT AND QUALITY FOR COEDS AND COLLEGE MEN QATELYS CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS OUR SPECIALTY CONRAD FUR CO. Inc. Manufacturers oj FINE FURS SINCE 1897 THE STORE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE A Complete Line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at All Times E. O. THOMPSON GROCERY 1422 Tower Avenue Phone 522 COMPLIMENTS OF NORTHERN SUPPLY FUEL CO. Ill WINTER ST. PHONE 94 One Hundred FifteenIN OUR SHOP we rebuild your shoes with the genuine “K. L.M SOLE LEATHER which has given solid footing to the American people during the administration of 24 presidents. • Badger Shoe 11105 TOWER A BINGHAM HARDWARE Spalding and Rawlings Sporting Goods Sherwin -Williams Paint HARDWARE 1009 Tower Avenue A Woman’s Mind may change a thousand times a day, but the best advice a popular Coed can give is do your shopping at NEWBERRYS 1105-07 Totcer A venue Shop VENUE I On Hundred Sixt nFOR ANYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC See Drysdale - Perry Company Oil Tinting, Copying and Enlarging Child Photography Our Specialty MAY FURNITURE COMPANY EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 1713 BELKNAP • PHONE 84 On Hundred Seventeen Union National Bank SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION I SUPERIOR FLORAL CO. TELEGRAPH lorisls “Say it With Flowers 1416 Tower Avc. Phone 295OFFICERS DIRECTORS J. L. BANKS Prrddml THE JOHN 1. BANKS ProMlmt R. L. BANKS Vkm President FIRST II. A. OAI.I.KIIKR Crorral So pi. Norlhwmirrn Fuel Co. J. M. KENNEDY Vfc Prw. ami Cubicr NATIONAL JOHN A .Ml'RPHY Attorney G-N. Railway A. E. ERICKSON BANK U. 1. HANKS Vif« Pro»i lMit ESTABLISHED 1.. T. POWELL Allemey 1887 J M. KENNEDY UNITED STATES Vko-I’re . ami Cadiwr DEPOSITORY W. B. BANKS. Jr. Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Accounts Solicited and Every Accommodation Consistent With Conservative Hanking Extended to Customers SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN The Well-Dressed Popular Coed Knows That LIGHTBODVS Superior State 'Bank extends congratulations Can Be Depended Upon for Smart to the Class of 1937 Creations and at Popular Prices - East End Superior, Wisconsin ANDROY HOTEL Su pe rio r’s Finest Hotel College Dinners and Dances Arc Given Our Special Attention A Prosperous Appearance Promotes Success HD® For Forty-Eight Years Superior’s Leading Store for Men and Boys On Hundred EighteenCONGRATULATIONS C LAS S O F 19 3 7 • WISCONSIN JOURNAL COED STYLE SHOP Berger Hardware Congratulates the CLASS OF 1937 "WE HAVE IT” Smart Apparel for the Coed PHONE 526 TOWER AVENUE ■ 1315 'Lower Avenue PHONE 708 2 9 2 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN MOVING STORAGE LONEY CLEMENS Baggage and Parcels to All Parts of Superior and Duluth INSURANCE Superior Duluth Transfer Co. 1717 WINTER STREET COAL and WOOD 911 Tower • Phone 138 On Hundred Nineteen“AL” TUVERSON LES” HANSON TUVER SON’S SERVICE STATION WASHING and GREASING Tire and Battery Service Belknap and Cumming Avenue Phone 916 SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN CHOOSE THE ICE CREAM THAT IS BETTER its RUSSELL’S "Made From Fresh Cream" It Will Restore Your £nerjy Russell’s Ice Oeem-Smooth-Frozen DRINK IT THREE TIMES A DAY CREAMY RICH Russell Creamery Co. Phone 317 1625-1627 BROADWAY "NORTHWESTS FINEST ICE CREAM" AUTHENTICITY IS AN IMPORTANT ITEM THE FINEST STORE IN THE CITY . . . We Feature Nationally Advertised Lines, such as Fashion Park and Timely Clothes Daniel Green Slippers Interwoven Hosiery Lee and Stetson Hats Nunn Bush Shoes Wilson Bros. Furnishinss Jcrsild Sweaters FLOAN-LEVEROOS --INCORPORATED-------- "THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS” HOLDEN’S Insurance-Investment ■ Car Financing 100-101 Union National Bank Bldg., Superior, Wla. For the Best SEE Values For Your Money BELKNAP AND TOWER On Hundred TwentyDress “Romantic” This Su m Pandora Frocks Including the youngest and most glamorous versions of the season’s fashion successes. “THEY HAVE EVERYTHING” ROTH BROTHERS 1VOYACE GRADUATES___ college earn for you a future rich in friendship, happiness and achievement! CLYM ER- HUELSTER PRINTING CO. 141 EAST FIFTH STREET • ST. PAUL, MINN. CO. AT A REALLY INSPIRED PRICE................ Ono Hundred Twenty-OneCONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES GS We Wish You Success and Happiness —The Faculty Superior State Teachers College SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN Summer Session Starts June 14th, Ending July 23rd One Hundred Twenty-TwoBest Wishes to the Class of 1937! Again a Molloy-Made Cover is used on the 1937 Gitche! Year after year Molloy - Made Covers embody that extra measure of quality that guarantees staffs all over the country the ultimate in appearance and durabiity The David J. Molloy Plant 2857 North Western Avenue CHICAGO, ILLINOIS One Hundred Twenty-ThreeSuperior State Teachers College Football Conference Champions 1935 ...........1936 BACK THE YELLOWJACKETS THE SCHEDULE HOME GAMES September 24..............Aberdeen, South Dakota, State Teachers October 8.........Emporia State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas October 29........................University of Dubuque, Iowa November 5......................River Falls State Teachers College GAMES AWAY October 2.......................Duluth State Teachers College at Duluth October 16.................................Stout Institute at Menomonie October 22...............Eau Claire State Teachers College at Eau Claire November 26........Murray, Kentucky, State Teachers College at Murray LET’S HAVE ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP! 1 On Hundred TwrentyFourSenior Class Play This year, marking the first timo in three years, the Senior Class Play was presented in the College auditorium on Thursday evening. May 27. The play chosen was that of the eighteenth century English dramatist, Richard Sheridan, "The School for Scandal." Miss Kathryn Ohman, English instructor at the college, directed the production, which was sponsored by the Senior Class with several members of the Senior Class in the cast and with the help of the Play Production Class (English 115). Members of the Play Production Qass took part in the cast and also had charge of scenery, lighting, costumes, makeup and stage design. The Senior Qass handled the business end of the production, such as tickets, the house, etc. The cast for this production was as follows: Sir Peter Toazlo........................................................Pedro Hondorson Sir Oliver Surface........................................................Lewis Marlin Joseph Surface............................................................John McCormick Crabtree..................................................................Josoph Wosllund Sir Benjamin Backbite....................................................Garold Bartness Rowloy ...............................................................William McConnell Moses....................................................................Edward Bashara Trip.........................................................................Leila Koski Charles Surface ..........................................................Robert Victor Snako....................................................................George Goldlino Lady Teazle........................................................................Dynore Larsen Mrs. Candour............................................................. Betty Kantota Carless .....................................................................Jock Barkell Sir Toby Bumper..............................................................Joseph Dedo Marla................................................................................Mary Whealdon . Lady Sneerwell..................................................................Beatrice Casperson First Gentleman....................................................................Julius Bochinski Second Gentleman.........................................................Conrad Froomcl Servants.............................Bill McConnell. William McPhorson. Pedro lfondorson Music..................................................Mon's Gloo Club and Men's Quartol PRODUCTION Director.................................................................Miss Kathryn Ohman Assistant Director..........................................................Beatrice Casperson Lighting........................................................................Josoph Wosllund Stago Design.............................................................................George Goldfino Properties ............................................................................Margarol Benson Costumes.........................................................................Phyllis Plahn Makeup..........................................................................Elynore Larsen Promptnors................................................Conrcd Froemel and Margaret Benson One Hundred Twenty-Five-AUTOGRAPHS— One Hundred Twenty-SovcnEngraving Greene Engraving Company Saint Paul Printing Clymer-Huelslcr Printing Company Saint Paul Photography Millard Berg Studio Drysdale-Perry Studio Willis Boss


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