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All the world's .1 stage.
And .ill the men and women merely plovers I hey have their exits and their entrances. And one man in his time plays many parts .
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A Comedy jn Three Acts featuring a cast of 900 characters
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Faculty and Administration
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Seniors and Underclassmen
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Achievements and Organizations
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Sports at Superior State
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The Year’s Feature Attractions
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r giaeia—'lutioduciuo . the tunt Ceaditty characters udta udCl tahe each you att a tom through scenes am. fiieuf.
Miss Kathryn Ohman
Back of every play is a director, one who remains in the background but whose influence is felt in every phase of the production.
Our play has many directors, all members of the faculty.
But one director, in our opinion, stands out among the rest. She is one whom the Gitche Gurnee staff feels has contributed much to the success of this year s term, and who in the past has directed and influenced many a student in the drama of school life.
We feel it is especially appropriate to have chosen her as chief director this year, for our theme of the annual, that of a play, lends itself admirably to her particular talents.
Director of many college stage productions and instructor of the ever popular English literature courses which end up with standing room only ', Miss Kathryn Ohman represents our choice for this year's dedication.
Her sparkling wit. personality and talent describe her best, both in and out of the classroom.
To Miss Ohman the annual staff presents a toast for a job well done and for memories of a grand person long to be remembered.——
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT
Dr. Jim Dan Hill
To Students and Patrons:
I he turn of the half century has been an excuse for the nation and many organizations to look back over the last fifty years at the progress that has been made.
In the field of education, especially at Superior State college, we can point with pride to our accomplishments, due mainly to the efforts of the faculty and the desires and needs of the many students who have passed through our doors.
Starting as a two-year normal school in 1896, with a faculty of fifteen and an enrollment of 247, our college has progressed both physically and academically. Today our college is recognized as one of the outstanding institutions in the state.
Those years have seen the granting of Bachelor of Science degrees and degrees of Bachelor of Arts, climaxing this summer with the inauguration of graduate work leading to the Masters Degree in Education. Since 1933 all courses have been fully accredited.
It is to you. the students, the patrons and the public, that much of the credit of this school’s progress must go. You have demanded it. You deserve it.
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JOANNA E. TEERINK, M. A. (1921) Supervising Teacher
B. A., Iowa State Teachers College M. A., Teachers College, Columbia University Graduate Student:
Colorodo State College of Education, University o‘ Alberta
VERNON E. VAN PATTER, M. S. (1920) Director, McCoskill School
B. S., Dokoto Wesleyan University M. S., University of Wisconsin Groduote Student:
Universities of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Colorodo State College of Education
HARRY H. WHITNEY, M. S. (1937) Supervising Teacher
B. S., Corncgic Institute of Technology M. S. Colorodo State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
ALOON M. BEBB, A. M. (1948) Supervising Tcochcr
A. B. ond A. M., Colorado State College of Education
GRACE E. BARNEY, M. A. (1921 French
B. A., University of Wisconsin M. A., University of Minnesota Graduate Student:
Universities of Dijon, Sorbonne, Poris, Froncc, Minnesota
HARRY W. ANDERSON,
M. Ph. (1946)
Counselor; Supervising Teacher B. Ed., Superior State College M. Ph., University of Wisconsin Groduotc Student:
University of Minnesota
WYATT W. BELCHER. Ph. D. (1946) History
B. A. and M. A. University of Oklahoma,
Ph. D., Columbia University
PHiL ARLAUSKY, M. S. (1938) Physical Education
B. S., LoCrosse Stotc College M. S., University of Indiona Graduate Student:
New York UniversityIbMS:
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CATHERINE BOWSER, M. E. (1948) Assistont Librorion
B. A., University of Wisconsin M. E., Marquette University
EDGAR VAN BRIGGS, Ph. M. (1947) Physics
B. A. Lowrcncc College
Ph. M., University of Wisconsin
University of Minnesoto
8ESSIE A. BENTON, M. A. (1925) German
B. A. ond M. A., University of Minnesota Graduate Student:
Universities of Munich, Germony, Washington
RUSSELL BERT, B. S. (1948) Publications—Journalism
B. S., Northwestern University
ROYAL BRIGGS, Ph. D. (1949) Economics
B. S., Knox College M. A., University of Illinois Ph. D., University of Missouri
SHIRLEY CARRIAR, M. A. 0 946) English
B. Ed., Superior State College M. A., University of Wisconsin Graduate Student:
Universities of Colorado, MinnesotaCELIA CARSLEY, M. A. (1927) Education
8. Ed., Superior Stotc College M. A., University of Iowa Graduotc Student:
University of Minnesota
ELIZABETH N. CASTLE,
M. A. (1940)
Ph. B., University of Chicago M. A., Teachers College of Columbia University
HELEN M. CHEAIRS, 8. A. (1949) Supervising Teocher
B. A.. William Penn College Graduate Student:
H. WOODROW CHRISTIANSON, B. Ed. (1946)
B. Ed., Superior State College Groduotc Student:
Universities of Wisconsin, Marquette, Minnesota
ELLEN M. CLARK, A. M. (1913) History
A. B. and A. M., University of Chicago Graduate Student:
University of Chicago
BERENICE COOPER, M. A. (1928) English
A. B., Beloit College
M. A., University of Wisconsin
University of Chicago Bread Loof School of EnglishMcCoskill school foculty holds afternoon tea.
JOHN O. DANIELSON, M. A. (1946) Mathematics
8. S., Superior State College M. A., University of Wisconsin Groduotc Student:
University of Wisconsin
MARK E. DEAN, M. A. (1948) Physical Education
8. A., Northern Illinois State Teachers College M. A., University of lowo
MARY B. DEATON, A. M. (1926) English
A. B., Mississippi Stote College for Women A, M., Columbia University Groduote Student:
Universities of North Carolina, Chicago, Minnesota
LEO Dl MARCO, B. Ed. (1943) Physiccl Education
B. Ed., Superior State College Groduotc Student:
University of MinnesotaThe Johnsons ond Schriebers were omong those ot Crownhort faculty reception.
IDA W. FLOGSTAD, M. A. (1928) Mothemotics
8. S., M. A., lowo State College Graduate Student:
Universities of Michigon, Colorado, Chicago
DONALD G. FOLTZ. M. Mus. (1939) Mujrc
A B. Defiance College B. M. M. Mus., Northwestern University Graduote Student:
University of Idaho,
Berkshire Music Center
DAISY B. FULTON, M. A. (1928) Supervising Tcochcr
B. Ed., Superior State College M. A., Teochers College, Columbia University
Ph. D. (1947)
A. B., University of Colorado A. M.. Ph. D., University of ChicagoGERALD HAACK, 8. S.
8. $., Superior Stole College Graduotc Student:
WASVL HALICH, Ph. D. (1946) History
B. A., University of Dubuque M. A., Ph. D., Stote University of lowo
GEORGE D. GLEASON, M. A. (1948) Supervising Tcechcr
B. A., Arizono State College M. A., Northwestern University
HENRY W. GRAYSON, M. A. (1949) Economics-Sociology B. A., University of Saskatchewan
M. A., University of Toronto Graduote Student:
University of Toronto
OSCAR M. HAUGH. M. A. (1946) English—Speech
B. S., M. A., University of
University of Minnesota
ARNOLD F. HOFSTAD, B.S.C. (1947) Accounting—Economics
B.S.C., Northwestern University Graduate Student:
Northwestern School of Business Administration, Universities of Chicago, MinnesotaMINDA HOVLAND, M. A. (1924) Supervising Teacher
B. Ed., Superior State College M. A., Teachers College, Columbio University
FRANK L. IRWIN, D. Ed. (1948) Education
A. B., M. A. Konsos University D. Ed., New York University
SHIRLEY B. JAMESON, M. A. (1949) Physical Education
B. S., University of Illinois M. A., Northwestern University
TIM R. JOHNSON, Maj. USAF
B. S., Central Michigan College of Education Graduate Student:
University of Chicago
WILLIAM C. KELLER (1947) Music
New York Institute of Musical Art
ANSON R. KENDALL, Ph. D. (1946) Chemistry
A. B., DePouw University M.A., Ph. D., Iowa State College■ W Kims
Olsens and Glcosons Feted ot Reception
AGNES V. KIRK, M. A. (1911) English
B. L., Lindenwood College for Women
Ph. B., Central State Teachers College, Missouri Ph. 8., University of Chicago M. A., Teachers College of Columbia University Graduote Student:
Universities of Minnesota, Californio, Berkeley
ARTHUR F. KRUK, M. A. (1949) Art Supervisor
B. S., New York State College for Teachers, Buffalo M. A., Columbia University Albright Art School Graduate Student:
HESTER HOLMES KYLLO,
B. S. in L. S. (1948)
B. E., Superior State College B S. in L. S., University of M nnesota
THORPE M. LANGLEY, M. A. (1948)
A. 8., M. A., University of Wisconsin
ESTHER LA ROWE, M. A. 0 948 Physical Education
8. S., University of Michigon M. A., Columbia University
CARL A. LINDBERG, Copt., USAF Military Science
University of Minnesota
OMER L. LOOP, Ph. D. 09)9) Education
A. B., Indiono University M. A., University of Wisconsin Ph. D., University of Minnesota
HELEN E. LOTH, Ph. D. 0 924) Latin—Spanish
A. 8., Valparaiso College Ph. B., A. M„ Ph. D., University of Chicago
yJAY W. MCKEE, Ph. D. (1935) History—Political Science B. A,, University of Toledo M. A., Ph. D., Ohio Stole University
M. A. (1922)
B. S., M. A., Tcochers College, Columbio University
ROCHELLE MILLER, B. M. Ed. (1949) Supervising Teacher
8. M. Ed., Roosevelt College
KATHRYN OHMAN, M. A. (1926) English
A. B., Bellevue College M. A., University of Chicago Graduate Student:
Universities of Minnesota, Chicogo, Southern Californio. Northwestern
DONALD E. OLSON, B. S. (1947) Physics
B. S., Superior Stole College Graduate Student:
University of Wisconsin
JANE REHNSTRAND (1922)
Superior State College Lewis and Art Institutes of Chicogo, Columbio University Stondford University,
University of California Europeon and Asiatic ort tours Associate Editor, School Arts MogozineWILLIAM SCHLIEP, M. Mus. (1932) Music
B. S., University of Minncsoto M. Mus., Eostmon School of Music, Wormclin School of Music, Pupil of George Griscz Groduote Student:
University of Minnesoto
EDWIN H. SCHRIEBER, M. S. (1922) Physics, Astronomy
A. B., University of Illinois M. S., University of Wisconsin Groduote Student:
Universities of Minnesota, Colorado, Michigan
HAZEL SEGUIN, M. A. (1929) Biology
B. A., University of Wisconsin M. A., Teochers College, Columbio University Graduate Student:
Universities of Virginia, Columbia
EMILIE W. SONDEREGGER,
Ph. D. (1947)
Ph. B., Loyola University M. A., Northwestern University Ph. D., University of Fribourg. Switzerland
HELEN STRATTE, B. S. (1949) Circulation Librarian
B. S., Macolostcr College Groduote Student:
University of Minnesoto
EDITH G. SWARTLEV (1944)
Music Supervisor Cornell College Upper Iowa University University of Southern California University of IowaDOROTHY WAITE, M. S. (1925) History
A. 8., M. A., University of
Universities of Chicago, Minnesota, Colorado, Columbia
EDWARD W. WAKELAND, Copt. USAF
Texas A. M. College
FLORENCE H. WALDE, B. Ed. (1924)
B. Ed., Superior State College Graduate Student University of Iowa librory School, Peobody School for Teachers
JOHN E. WE8B, M. M. (1925) Music
B. M., M. M., Louisiana State
Louisiana State University Eastman School of Music
HERBERT M. WEEKS. M. S. (1925) Chemistry
8. Ed., Superior Stote College M. S., University of Iowa Groduote Student:
University of MinnesotaLILIAN B. WHELAN, M. A. (1922) Supervising Teacher
B. S., University of Minnesota M. A., Teachers College, Columbia University
ROBERT D. WILLIAMS, Ph.D. (1935) English
A. 8.. Kenyon College M. A., Ph. D.. University of Michigan
LOUiS ADA WILSON, M. A. (1933) Education
B. S., M. A., George Pcobody College Graduate Student:
George Pcobody College, Stonford, Chicago
SIDNEY E. WRIGHT, M. A. (1941) Industrial Arts
B. S., M. A., University of Minnesota
JOSEPH T. 2YGMANSKI, M. A. ('49) Education
B. S., University of Minnesota, Duluth Broach M. A., University of Minnesota Graduate Student:
University of MinnesotaEDWARD L. BOLNEDER, M.S. (1923) Biology
8. S., Miomi University
M. S., University of Wisconsin
Iowa State College
STANLEY OEXEMANN, Ph. D. ('49) Botany
A. B.( McKendree College M. S., Ph, D., University of Illinois
RUTH SMITH, M. A. 0 949) Supervising Teocher
8. A., Colorado Stotc College of Educotion, Greeley M. A., Stotc University of Iowa Groduotc Student:
Universities of Washington, Iowa, Colorodo State College
PAUL C. TYCHSEN, M. S. (1949) Geology
A. B., Carleton College M, S., University of Nebraska Grcduote Student:
University of Wisconsin
FRANK G. WALLACE. B. S. (1949) Art
8. S., University of Minnesota Graduate Student:
University of Wisconsin
JOHN S. WHITE, B. A. (1947) Mot iemofrCS
B. A., University of Minnesota Graduate Student:
Ripon ond Oberlin Colleges, University of Minnesota
NEW FACULTY MEMBERS
Seated—Helen Chcairs, Ruth Smith, Rochelle Miller, Shirley Jameson.
Stonding—Arthur Kruk, Paul Tychsen, Joseph Zyqmanski, Stanley Oexemonn, Helen Strotte, Henry Groyson. eywt-
Dr. George N. Sundquist
Member of the Board of Regents
Much of the success of the drama at SSC must go to Dr. George N. Sundquist. who for the last nine years, has guided our destiny as a college, serving as an outstanding member of the Wisconsin Board of Regents. Our place among other educational institutions in the state and nation is an enviable one. thanks to the efforts of this man. whose interests have been ours. His serving as board president from October 1946. to July 1948. is another proof of his talent and ability.
The entire staff of directors, producers and cast look forward to many more years of guidance under Dr. Sundquist.'Dcatt 'Dviectwi
DEAN OF MEN
HARRY W. ANDERSON
Sutiaete T inecfon
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MISS MABEL MC KINNON
ELLEN GILHULYAIR ROTC PERSONNEL DIRECTORS
Major Timothy R. Johnson, Coptain Corl A. Lindberg, Captain Edward W. Wokclond
The Military Science Deportment is now in its second year at Superior State College and the response and interest in our program hos been most gratifying.
The objective of our deportment is to select ond train students who possess the char-actcr, intelligence, desire ond sense of duty to become Air Force officers ond responsible citizens.
I can speak for all members of the Air ROTC in saying Unit we uie proud to be u part of the program at Superior State College.
TIMOTHY R. JOHNSON Major, USAF PAS T.
Sergeent Joseph T. Hennessy, Staff Sergeont Joel O. Jaccbson, Moster Sergeont Jehn $. WatsonMISS FLORENCE WALOE Head Librarian
MRS. HESTER HOLMES KYLLO Children's Librarian■' £
MISS CATHERINE BOWSER Assistant Librarian and Cotologucr
MRS. JEAN WINSLOW DODGE Clerical Assistant
MISS HELEN STRATTE Circulation—Reference Librarian
Donald Stien, superintendent, Frank Mihm, John LeMar, Horvey Doherty, Earl McNomoro.
1Seated—Beverly Bromel, Bill Riplingcr. Stonding Mike Drovecky, Wally DeBruyne
ALLEN, JACK B., B. $.; Comcron, Wisconsin; College Concert Bond, I, 2. 3, 4, ROTC Officers Club, 3, 4, President 3; ROTC Drum and Bugle Corps 3, 4, Captain 3, Major 4; College Orchestro 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANDERSON, CHESTER V., B. S.; Superior Wisconsin; Semper Compares 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3.
ANDERSON, LAWRENCE, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin.
ANDERSON, WILMER P., B. S.; Superior. Wisconsin; Fcx 1, 2, 3, 4; Football, I, 2; Intramurals, I, 2; S Club, 1,2, 3, 4.
MIKE DRAVECKY WALLY DcBRUYNE BEVERLY BRAMEL BILL RIPLINGER _
---- TreasurerAUSTIN, DONALD E., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Tronsfer from U of Dayton, Doyton, Ohio.
AUSTRENG, GEORGE R., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin.
8ALLOU, PHYLLIS G., B. S.; Cable, Wisconsin; Sigma Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Secretory 3.
6EMRICK. WILLIAM J., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Fex 2, 3, 4; The Estoka 1, 2.
BERGREN, JACQUELINE J., B. S.; Rockmont, Wisconsin; Delta Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4.
BARRETT, ROBERT A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Fex 2, 3, 4.
SEINE, JANET F., Two year Rurol; Superior, Wisconsin; Peptomist Stoff 2; Rural-Sigma Rho I, 2, Social Chairman 2.
BECKON, CAROL J., Three year K. P.; Cumberland, Wisconsin; GitchcGumee I; Messioh Chorus I, 2, 3; Kindergarten Primary I, 2, 3; Tau Alpha Chi 1, 2, 3; Sigmo Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3; International Relations Club 1; Glee Club 2, 3.8USTRAK, AUDREY I., B. S.; Brule. Wisconsin; Gomme Phi Epsilon 2. 3, 4, Vice President 2; W. A. A I.
COLLINS. JOHN F., 8. S.; Hurley, Wisconsin; Footboll Monogcr 4; Boskclboll 4; S. Club 4; Tronsfer from St. Froncis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
BRAMEL. BEVERLY. B. S.; Superior. Wisconsin; Dclto Sigma I. 2, 3, 4, Sargent at Arms 3, Vice President 4, Social Committee 3.
BRANDS JOHN S.. B. S.. Supeno,, Wisconsin; Fc I.
BROOKS, ALICE, Two ycor certificate; Clom Falls, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus 2; Rural-Sigma Rho 1, 2; Sigma Gammo Chi 2.
BUDZYNSKI, JOHN V., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4; College Players 2, 3, 4; Lombda Delta Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 4; Ploys: "Squaring The Circle," "Fly Awoy Home," and "The Rivols."
BOLE, BETTY C., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Lambda Sigma Lambda 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; The Estako I, 2, 3, Treasurer 2.
8RADSHAW, JOHN H.. B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; College Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
DODGE, HUBERT H., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Fex I, 2, 3, 4; Football I, 2, 3; 8osketboll 1, 2, 3, 4; S. Club I. 2. 3, 4.
DRAYNA, CHARLES E., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Pep-tomisf Staff 1; Semper Compares 4, Treasurer 1st semester, President 2nd semester; Footboll 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader I; College Players 1; S. Club 2, 3, 4.
CYR, HENRY 8., B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; International Relations Club J, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Student Adviser 4; ROTC Officers Club 3, 4. Treasurer 3; ROTC Rifle Team 3, 4, Captain 3; Pershing Rifles 4, Commanding Officer 4; Boxing 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; Women's Rifle Tcom Assistant Cooch 3, 4; Social Committee 3; Owl ond Serpent 4.
CZOSCHKE, MERLIN C., B. S.; Brownsville, Wisconsin; Peptomist Staff 4; Lambda Delto Chi 3, 4, Vice President 4.
DALEY, MICHAEL C., B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; College Concert Bond I; Fex 1, 2, 3, 4; Boxing 3; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4.
DE BRUYNE, WALLACE H., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Fex 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Bosketball 1; S Club 2, 3. 4.
CORNING, PATRICIA J., Two year certificate: Shell
Lake, Wisconsin; Rural Sigma Rbo I, 2; Alpha Kappa I. 2; Sigma Gamma Chi I, 2.
CRANDALL, DOROTHY A., B. S.; Spooner, Wisconsin; Peptomist Stoff I; Messiah Chorus 4; College Choir 4; Rural Sigma Rho 4; W. A. A. I.EKELUND, IRVING F., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin.
ELLESON, RALPH C., 8. S.; Spooner, Wisconsin; Semper Comperes 2. 3, 4; Footbcll 1, 2, 3, 4; Boskctboll 1; Boxing 2, 3; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis I, 2, 3, 4; S. Club 2, 3, 4.
ELKINGTON, ROBERT B. A., Virginia, Minnesota.
FORMELL, BEULAH L., Rural-Stotc Groded Certificate; Clom Foils, Wisconsin; Messiob Chorus 2; Rural Sigma Rho I, 2; Sigma Gamma Chi 2; W. A. A. 2.
EDGETTE, MAE ELLEN, B. S.; Loke Nebogamon, Wisconsin; Alpha Psi Omego 1, 4; Informed ate Group 1; Tou Alpho Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4; W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4.
FRIOLA, RITA, B. S.; Hurley, Wisconsin; Intermediate Group 3, 4, President-Secretary 3; Gommo Phi Epsilon 3, 4, Secretary 3.
DULLER, LAURA E., 8. A.; Superior, Wiscosnsin; Madrigal Singers 3, 4; College Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Messiah Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Lombda Sigma Lombdo 1, 2, 3, 4; Estoko 2, 3, Secretary 3; Owl and Serpent 4.
E8LI, ROBERT L„ B. S.; Ironwood, Michigan; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Intromurols 3; S. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.GOULD, BRUCE H., B. S.; Pork Foils, Wisconsin; Semper Compores 3, 4, Secretory 3, Vice President 4; In-tcrnotionol Reloticns Club 3; Foofboll I; S. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club I.
GULLO, CARL, B. $.; Superior, Wisconsin.
HAGLUND, ROBERT J., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Lombdo Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
HANNAN, JOHN A., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Jr. Closs President; Fex I, 2, 3, 4; ROTC Officers Club 3, 4; Vice President 3; ROTC Rifle Teom 4; Boxing 1, 2,; S. Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
HARD, GORDON E., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Lambda Delta Chi 2, 3, 4, Trcosurcr 3.
HARTMAN, MARGUERITE V., B. S.; Grontsburg, Wisconsin; College Concert Band 2, 3; Intermediate Group 3, President 3; Gammo Phi Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Trcosurcr 3, Sigma Gammo Chi 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretory 3, President 4; Owl ond Serpent 4.
HENNESSY, JOHN A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; loto Delto Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vcc President 3, President 4; Basketball 1, 2; Intromurols 3, 4; Homecoming Porodc Chairman 4.
HERUBIN, LORETTA A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Gitche Gurnee Staff 3; Concert Ensemble 2, 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda I, 2, 3, 4, Scrgcnt ot Arms 2, President 4; fntcr-Club Council 4; Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4.
HOFF, EUGENE F., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Semper Comporcs 3; International Relations Club 3, 4.
HOL28ERG, KENNETH P., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Gitchc Gumcc Staff 3; Peptomist Staff 3; ROTC Officers Club, ROTC 3, 4; Basketball 1.
ISAACSON, LOUISE I., Two year certificate; Siren, Wisconsin; Rural Sigma Rho 1 2; Sigma Gamma Chi 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2.
JACQUES. BEVERLY MAE, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Intermediate Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Tou Alpha Chi ), 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2 3; The Estoka I; Owl and Serpent 4.
JANSEN, CONWAY D., 8. S.; Superior Wisconsin; Lambda Delta Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 2, President 3; The Estaka 1, 2, 3; Boxing I; Social Committee I.
JOHNSON, HARVEY G„ 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Messioh Chorus 3, 4; Madrigal Singers 3, 4; College, Choir 3, 4; Lombda Delto Chi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer I, Secretory 2; The Estaka 3,4, Vice President 3; Chem-Lob. Assistant 3, 4.KOSANKE, GEORGE A., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin.
KRUTELL, JOSEPH R., B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; Mes siah Chorus 3, 4; Lambda Dclto Chi I, 2, 3, 4 Choploin 2, Vice President 3.
KOLB, ROBERT A., B. S.; St. Paul, Minnesota.
KOLBE, WILLIAM D., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Pep tomist Stoff I, 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 1, 2, 3, 4 Gitche Gurnee Staff Art Editor 4; Fex I, 2, 3, 4 ROTC Officers Club 3; Intromurols I, 2, 3, 4 Golf 2, 3.
KR2NARICH, MILT J., B. S.; Ironwood, Michigan; Basketboll 2, 3, 4; Intromurols 2, 3, 4; S. Club 2, 3, 4.
KYLLO, HESTER M„ B. S.; Suptrior, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus 4; Kindergorien Primary 3, 4; Dclto Sigmo 1, 2, 3, 4, Treosurcr 4,
ARSON, GLENN W., Two year Certificate; Dairylond, Wisconsin; Rurol Sigmo Rho I, 2.
LEIGHTY RICHARD E„ B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Pep-tomist Stoff 2; Writer's Conference 4.MEISTER, DOROTHY L., Two ycor Certificate; Shell Lokc, Wisconsin; Rural Sigma Rho I, 2; Alpha Kappa 1, 2; Sigma Gommo Chi 1,2.
MURRAY, RUTH K.. B. S.; Super.©r. Wisconsin; Tau Alpha Chi I, 2.
NIELSEN, GLORIA M., Three year State Graded; Luck, Wisconsin; College Players 3; Alpha Psi Omega 3; Kindergarten Primory I, 2, 3, Social Chairmon 3; Tau Alpha Chi 1, 2, 3; Sigmo Gamma Chi 1, 2, 3; W. A. A. 1.
OAKES, EUGENE R., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Inter-notional Relotions Club 2; Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4.
LUNDMARK, PAUL E., B. S.; Cumberland, Wisconsin; Mcssioh Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Soloist 3, 4; Madr.gal Singers 3, 4, College Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Semper Compores 2, 3; The Estako I, 2, 3; Bosketball 1, 2.
McKEE, DOROTHY M., Two Year Certificate; Donbury, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus I, 2, Rural-Sigma Rho I, 2; Alpha Kappo 1, 2; Sigma Gamma Chi I, 2; Girl's Glee Club I. 2.
McKENZIE, INA R., B. S.; Duluth, Minnesota; Messiah Chorus 2, 3, 4; College Concert Bend 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten Primory 3, 4; Lombdo S:gma Lambdo •. 2, 3, 4; Sigma Gommo Chi 4; Sociol Committee 3.
McNULTY, BETTY, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Delta Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4.O'BRIEN, MARJORIE A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin, Intermediate Group 3; Lambda Sigma Lambda I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Social Committee 2.
O'CONNELL. BERNADETTE P„ B. S.; Superior, W.scon-sin; Messioh Chorus I; Lambda Sigmo Lombdo 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4.
OLSEN, CLARENCE E., B. S.; Superior, Wsconsin; Messiah Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; College Concert 8and 1, 2, 3, 4; College Choir 2, 3, 4; Fex 2, 3, 4; Inter-Club Council 4; ROTC Officers Club 3, 4, President 4; ROTC Drum ond Bugle Corps 4, Ext. Officer 4; Homecoming General Chairmen 4.
OLSEN, ROSWELL E., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Alpho Psi Omega I. 2, 3, 4; College Ployers I, 2; Fex I. 2. 3, 4, ROTC Officers Club 3, 4, ROTC 3, 4.
OLSON, DORIS A., Three ycor Certificate; Ashlond, Wisconsin; Kindergorten Primary 2, 3; Tou Alpho Chi I, 2, 3; Sigma Comma Chi I, 2, 3; W. A. A. I, 2, 3, Secretary 3.
OLSON, DOROTHY A., B. S.; Cumberland, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus I, 2, 3, 4;Madrigol Singers 3, 4; College Concert Bond I, 2; College Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4; Kindergorten Primary 1, 2, 3, 4, Lomb-da Sigma Lombdo 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Sigma Gamma Chi I, 2, 3, 3, Secretary 2, President 3; ROTC Corps Sponsor 3.
OLSON, EDWARD P., B. S.; Cameron, Wisconsin; Semper Compares 2, 3, 4, The Estoko 2, 3; International Relations Club 2; Intromurols I, 2, 3, 4.
OLSON, RONALD H., B. S.; South Range, Wisconsin; The Estoko I, 2.
PAHULA, FREDERICK L., Three yeor slate graded; Soudan, Minnesota; Messioh Chorus I, 3; Intermediate Group 1, 2, 3, President 2.
PARISH, GLENN A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus 4; College Choir 4.
PEAVEY, HAROLD L., B. S.; Ladysmith, Wisconsin; Semper Comporcs I, 2, 3, 4.
PETERSON, JOHN W., 8. S.; Washburn, Wisconsin; Semper Compares 3, 4; Boxing 2; Intromurols 1, 2, 3, 4; S. Club 2, 3, 4.
PETERSON, JULIA D., 8. S.; Bessemer, Michigan; Sig-mo Gamma Chi 2, 3, 4; Tronsfer student from Gogebic Jr. College, Ironwood, Michigon.
PIERCE, MAURICE A., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin
RAMPIER, RUTH H„ Two year Certificate; Bennett, Wisconsin; Rural Sigmo Rho I, 2, Vice President 1; Gommo Phi Epsilon I, 2, Vice President 2.
RIPLINGER, DONALD W., B. S.; Spooner, W.jconiin; Semper Compares 2, 3, 4; Intromurols 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3.SAMPSON, MARION S., B. $.; Exeland, Wisconsin; College Players 3; W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Secretory 3.
SCHULTZ, ROSANNE, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus I, 2, 3, 4; Intermediate Group 3, 4; W. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 4.
SOPER, SCOTT F., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
SHERVY, INGVALD W„ Two Year Certificate; Superior, Wisconsin; Messioh Chorus 2; Rural Sigma Rho 1, 2; International Relotions Club 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2.
SISLO, GRACE, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
SNELL, WILLIAM J„ B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin.
STAURSETH. EDWARD J.. B. A.; Poplar, Wisconsin; Campus Christians I, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Intra-murols 3, 4.
STREAM, GLEN E., B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; The Estako 1, 2, 3, 4; Compus Christions 4.TIBBS, JOHN E., B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Peptomist Stoff 2; Alpho Psi Omego I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; College Ployors I, 2, 3, 4; Semper Compotes 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2, Secretory 4; Sociol Committee 2. 3; F. O. P. S. I.
TORRO, HAROLD J., B. S.; Ironwood, Michigan; Peptomist Stoff 3; Intromurols I.
STROMKO. STEPHEN E.. B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; Peptomist Stoff 3, Semper Compares I, 2, 3, 4.
TEMPEUS. CONSTANTINE H., B. S.; Superior, W.scon-sn; The Estoka 2; Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
THAEMERT, AUDREY J„ B. S.; Superior Wisconsin; Messioh Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Messiah Soloist 3, 4; Modrigol Singers 3, 4; College Choir I, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigmo I, 2, 3 4; The Estoko 1, 2, 3, President I, 2; Double Trio 3, 4.
THEIDE, JOHN C., 8. S.; Gordon, Wisconsin; International Relations Club 4; Intromurols I, 2, 3, 4.
TURNER, LOIS J., 8. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; Kindergarten Primary I, 2, 3. 4; Delta Sigmo 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretory 4, Social Committee 2.
VOGELS, YVONNE M.. Three year Certificate; Good-mon, Wisconsin; Messioh Chorus 2, 3; Kindergarten Primary 1, 2, 3, Tou Alpho Chi I, 2, 3. Treasurer 3; Sigmo Gomma Chi 2, 3; W. A. A. I, 2, President 2.WELCH, ELIZABETH J., B. A.; Superior, Wisconsin; The Estoko I.
WESTERBACK, LLOYD, B. S.; Superior, Wisconsin; In-rromurols I, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAMS, MARY S., Two ycor Certificote; Gordon, Wisconsin; Mossioh Chorus 1, 2; Rurol Sigma Rho I, 2; Tou Alpho Chi 1, 2; Sigma Gommo Chi 1, 2; W. A. A. 1, 2; Cheerlcoder 1.
MYRMAN, MAXINE F., B. S.; Chctek, Wisconsin; Mes-sioh Chorus I, 2, 3; Kindergarten Primary I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Comma Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Treosurer 3; W. A. A. 1.
WATSON. KENNETH N., B. S.; Tripoli, Wisconsin; Sem-per Compotes 3, 4, Treasurer 4; International Relations Club 3, 4; Transfer student from Central State Teochcrs College, Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
JONES, WARREN G., B. $.; Poplor, Wisconsin; Messiah Chorus 2; College Choir 2; lota Delta Chi 4, Intromurals I, 2; Glee Club I,
VUCHETICH, JOHN R„ B. S.; Park Foils, Wisconsin; Semper Compares 4. ,
GALGAN, LEROY M., B. S.; St. Paul, Minnesota; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2; S. Club I. 2, 3, 4, Semper Compares I, 2, 3, 4.SENIORS NOT PICTURED
ARMSTRONG. JAMES R„ B. S., Lodysmith, Wis. BARRON, GEORGE F., B. S.. Superior, Wis. BEGUNGER, HERBERT L., B. S., Superior, W.s. BERRYHILL, WILFRED G., B. S.. Superior, Wis. BILLERBECK, RODNEY, B. S.. Superior W.s. BONACEI, MICHAEL A., B. S.. Hurley, Wis. BUGNI, CLARENCE J., B. S., Hurley, Wis. CHAPMAN, RICHARD D.. B. S. Superior, Wis. CRAIG, DELBERT, B. S., Superior, Wu.
MCDONALD, JOHN E.. B. S„ South Ronge. W.s. MCDONELL, MIRIAM, B. S„ Montreal, Wis. MCFARLIN, JOSEPH. 8. S., Superior ,Wis. MERCIER, ROBERT P„ B. S.. Superior. W.s . MILAKNA, JOHN P., 6. S., Ircnwood, Mich. MOSELLE, DOM, B. $., Gilc, Wis.
NEWMAN. LLOYD E.. B. S.. Superior. Wis. O'KASH, ALEX, B. $., Superior, W.s.
OLSON. GAIL M., B. S.. Super.or, Wis.
DALEY, NORBERT, 8. A., Superior. W.s. DIVLIO, HUGH J., B. S., Superior, Wis. DRAVECKY, MIKE J., B. S.. Ironwood, Mich. ECKHOLM. MARIAN, B. S., Superior, Wis.
ELLINGSON, EMORY 0., 8. S., Lodysm.th, Wis. HANSEN. WILLIAM J„ B. S. .Superior, Wis. HEBERT, LEONARD J„ 8. S., Boyfield, Wis. HENNESSY, MAURICE F„ B. S.. Superior, W.s. HOLMES. MAYNARD E., 8. S., Foxboro, Wis. JAKSHA, JOSEPH G., B. A., Superior, W.s.
JARVI, NORMAN T., 8. S., Superior, Wis. JONES, CHESTER, B. $., Superior. Wis.
KREMER, DONALD G.. B S.. Minong, W.s. KU8ALA, EDWARD J., B. S., Superior, W.s. KUBALA, JOSEPH F.. B. S., Superior, Wis. LENIHAN, DANIEL, B S., Superior, Wis.
LENT, RICHARD E., B. $., Superior, W.s. LONGTINE, ROBERT P.. 8. S.. Super , Wis. LUDVIGSON. KENNETH, 8. S., Superior, W.s . MCCARTHY. JAMES E.. B. S., Superior, Wis. MCDONALD, ALLEN J., B. S., Ashland, Wis.
PETERS, WILLIAM, B. S., Phillips, Wis.
PITTSLEY, JAY, 8. S„ Brule. W.s.
RANTALA, RICHARD M„ B. S., Superior. Wis. ROCK, JOHN A.. B. S., Superior, Wis.
SALEN, BERNICE K.. B. S.. Superior. W.s. SANDERS, LOIS, B. S., Superior, W.s.
SELL. RICHARD, B. S., Superior, Wis.
SKOWLAND, GORDON E., B. S.. Superior, Wis. SLOAN. WILLIAM C., B. S., Superior. W.s. SORENSON, JAMES. B. S., Superior. Wis. STRAUMAN, KENNETH, B. S.. Superior, W.s. SUTHERLAND, GEORGE, B. S., Superior. Wisconsin. THOMAS, THEODORE, B. S., Hurley, Wis.
TITUS, WILLIAM P., 8. S.. M.nocquo, Wis. VERICH. DOROTHY, B. S., Hurley, Wis.
VITZ, WILLIS R., 8. S., Superior, Wis.
VOTH, DEAN M„ 8. S.. Superior, Wis.
WILES. ALLEN, 8. $., Superior, Wis.
ZELL. WILLIAM. B. S., Hurley. Wis.
ZUKAITIS. DANIEL B„ B. S., Superior. W.s.Dick Risborg Arthur Lorson, Donold Peterson
DICK RISBERG ........... -..........-....... President
ARTHUR LARSON ........................... Vice-President
DONALD PETERSON —............... -.... Socrctory-Treosurer
First Row—Celia Fitzgerald, W.lmo MeTrusty, Beverly Smith, Joyce Rasmussen.
Second Row—Roy Freeborn, Jeonne Stouflcr, Betty Lange, Dorothy Gunnerson Willard Wusbotka, Toby Morcov.ch. Third Row—James Morgan, Fortunato Dal Pro, John Reed, Peter Mortens, Bill Anderson, Anton Novak, Rodney
)e'' Fourth Row Harold Kerttula, Paul Hilton, Arthur Olson, Jomes Lucas, Leroy Anderson, Robert Ritchid, James
)illon, Ted Freymillcr, Fred Martin.First Row—Donrvo Lundmork, June Olson, Moryvern Bertolone, Joyce Christionson, Dorothy Honsen, Kothlecn O'Connell, Jeon Isabella, Joan Greene, Ann Cismoski, Evelyn Jonscn.
Second Row—Kermit Thomos, Catherine Toncig, Nancy Conncss, Glorio Gabriel, Carolyn Hortmon, Ruth Sell, Elinor Phillips, Charlotte Krontz, Janet Sell, Frederick Pohulo.
Third Row—LeVcrne Lourvick, Florence Roush, Vera Jone Rhcnstrand, Dcsso Foote, Esther Soper, Mary Woltcrs, June Stewart, Adeline Gobrys, Alice Hassard, Noncy Hunter, Eleanor Tcmpelis, Arthur Larson.
Fourth Row;—Kenneth Stroumon, Dick Risberg, Howard Ness, Robert Hullingor, Williom Simcich, David Rimo, David Ottensmeycr, Stcn Vcrich, Edward Kozial, Myron Nclssn, Edwin Sproguc, John Swenson, Don Simenson, Robert L. Block.
JUNIORS NOT PICTURED
ANDERSON. HAROLD BELINGER, KENNETH BELING, RAY BIGGS, ROBERT BRENZEL, WILLIAM BROWN, ROBERT BRUCKBAUER, PHILLIP CHRISTIANSON, WALLACE COLE, LINUS CONWAY, DONNA LOU CRAFT. JAMES CRONSTROM, ELAINE DOUGHERTY, THOMAS DORFMAN, ROBERT EASTLUND, JAMES ECKHOLM, HELEN FRASER, PHILLIP G'RARD, ROBERTA GLONCHAK, ANDREW GLONCHAK, JOHN GOETZL. DONALD GORMLEY, MARK GRANDELIS, JOHN GRAY, CYRIL GREENE. ROBERTA GUENTHER. ROBERT HAGMAN, DOROTHY
HANSON, GAGE HANSON, ROBERT HEIMSTEAD, JANET HEIMSTEAD, JANICE HETFELD. ROLAND HICKSON, JAMES HILL. JAMES HOLTEN. AUDREY HOSKINS. THOMAS HEUBSCHER. PEARL HURD. DWAYNE JOHNSON, HAROLD JONES, PHILLIP JOSTAD, TORGER KALLIO, HOWARD KENNEDY, WILLIAM KLANG, MARILYN KUSCHEL. MARY LANGE, DARRYL LARSON, ROBERT LONG. MARILYN LUELL, SAMUEL LUNDMARK, EARL LUPPINO, NATHAN
McCartney, edward McCarty, john McDonough, george
McHUGHS, JEWELS MANNQUIST, MARY MORAVEK, KARL MORGAN. CHARLES MUNNINGS, ROBERT MURPHY, MARGARET NELSON, GAIL NEVIN, FAITH NOVAK, JOHN OLSON, RAYMOND OLSEN, STANLEY OMERNIK, ARLENE OSTRAZESKI, STANLEY OUIMETTE, JEAN PAPPELIS, ARISTOTLE PAVLOVICH, MIKE PEASE, VICTOR PERRERO, JOHN PETERMAN, LEONARD PETERSON. GEORGE PINK, BENJAMIN PINKOSKI, JAMES POZEGA. FRANK PRITCHARD, JOSEPH RUCKDASHEL, ROBERT RYAN, THOMAS RZEPECKI, ERNEST
SAMPLAWSKI, VIRGINIA SANDSTROM, RUSSELL SCHIAVIRRI, 8ENJAMIN SEPINA, DORES SHARON, WILFRED SITEK, THOMAS SOPER, ORWELL SVEE, KEITH SWILER, RICHARD SYRING, DORIS TAYLOR, JAMES THOMPSON, LOUIS THOMPSON, RODERIC TINTOR, VLADIMIR TUKALEK, LILLIAN WARNER, ARTHUR WEST, WALTER WESTLUND, KENNETH WILLIAMS, WILLIAM WILSON. DONALD WINEK, JOSEPH WINEK, LOUIS WENK, RICHARD SISTER M. GABRIEL2it
HARRY WILSON___________________________________ President
RONALD NELSON ___________________________ Vice-President
VIRGINIA MATTSON ..................... Secrctary-Treosurcr
Ronold Nelson, Virginia Mottson, Harry Wilson
First Row—Ellynn Kicldscn, Carmel Hortlund. Eileen Pctermon, Elaine Sable, 8orbora Bong, Pol Butters Second Row—Donald Vogt, Woync Smith, Barbara Dc Bruyne, Lois Palumbo, Janet Gundhus, Elizabeth Templeton, Dionc Donotcll, Rito Menochcr, Joonnc Von Buskirk, Marilyn Hanson.
Third Row—.Donold Schmidt, Mike Corey, Marjorie Pederson, Jeon Shcndon, Vero Keith, Donna Ottensmeycr, Rosemary Herubm, 8arbora Swansea, Harry Wilson, Anthony Templeton, Vern Peterson, Robert Brock.
Fourth Row-—Dove Arntson, Donold Sodcrbcrg, Jomcs Lester, Donald Jorgensen, Cletus Campbell, James Busch, W.lliom Walters, Glenn Torgerson, Ronold Nelson, Aldean Arganbright, Lawrence O'Connell, Ardoth Kennedy.First Row—Jonct Beine, Billie Backus, Geraldine Soladis, Betty Lou Bairrto, Helen Peovey, Kothlccn Bcrtolonc, Ruth Lundberg, Kathryn Rouncc, Loris Boiko, Sue Williams, JeonAnn Endrizzi.
Second Row—Borbaro McTrusty, Shirley Moberg, Ruth Johnson, Ruth Rompier, Anna Mortin, Muriel Peterson, Rosemorie Motye, Alice Brooks, Mary Beth Schlendcr, Violet Ebli, June Wcstcrback, Bill Cottoi.
Third Row—Fritz Bost, Don Schomisch, Dorothy McKee, Potricio Corning, Delores Conery, Carol Jean Anderson, Shirley Zwokmon, Ruth Ann Klouck, Delores Arnes, Morlcn Peterson, Joonnc Solic, Ralph Turk, Ingvold Shervy, Keith LoGossc.
Fourth Row—Judd Fortune, Elden Olsen, Robert Goth, Dave Hubin, Harvey Heiberg, Glenn Londin, Charles Hogen, Vernon Jensen, Elon Cose, Orvold Haugsby, Jock Wallenstein, Robert Hokonson, George Kroetch, Fronk Pollock, Roger Brugge meyer.
SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED
AKERS, PAUL ANDERSON, HARVEY ANDERSON, IVER ANDERSON, VERNON ANECKI, LEO BEAR, HYMAN 8IDDLE, GALEN BLOOMQUIST, ROBERT BLOOM, JOHN BOGUMILL, GEORGE BRECKA, JARMILA BRENNAN. DELORES BRUNSWICK, LEORA 8YHRE, HENRY CAMPBELL, FRANK CATTOI, WILLIAM CHAMBERLIN. RONALD CHRISTOPHERSON, FRANK CLARK, HENRY CONRAD. ROBERT DAHLBERG, VERNER DEMYAN. FRANK DOYLE, RICHARD DRAYNA, ROGER ECKHOLM, BARBARA EKHOLM, JANICE ELLISON, HENRY ENGSTROM. CHARLES ERICKSON. ALPHIN ESSEN. MARJORY FAY. GORDON FIEGE. LEONARD FULLER, WILLIAM FUNNE, THOMAS GARDNER, THAD
GEE. GORDON GEISERT, ROLAND GOOD. LEO GORDON. LAWRENCE GRANT, JAMES GRIMSRUD. WILLIAM GUSTAFSON, ROBERT HANNEMANN, GEORGE HARD. WALTER HELWIG, WILLIAM HENNESSY. MICHAEL HICKS. KENNETH HIGGINS, EDWARD HILL, VERNE HOLST, LOUIS HUBID, DAVID JACKSON. RICHARD JACOUE, DUANE JENSEN. NORMAN JOHNSON, ARTHUR JOHNSON, DONALD JOHNSON, GORDON JONES, ROBERT KAMPSULA, MARVIN KASTNER, RICHARD KILDAHL, HELMER KORHONEN. DONALD LALLY. PAT LARSON, WINNIFRED LESKELA, CLIFFORD LINDHOLM, WILBUR LONGTINE, JOHN
McDonald, jean ,
McLEOD, DAVID MALAISE. GORDON
MATACZYNSKI, ROBERT MAY. JOSEPH MEIER, DONALD MILLAVITZ, SEYMOUR MILLER, MILES MORGAN, ARTHUR MUNNINGS. BERNICE MUNNINGS, JOHN NEAL. CHARLES NELSON. JAMES NESS, RICHARD NESTEL, ROBERT NEWMAN, LLOYD NEWSOME. WILLIAM NICHOLS. RUTH NORDIN, GLENN NORDNESS. ROBERT NOVAK. CLYDE O BRIEN, GENE O'DELL, FRED OMERNIK, ANTHONY OUIMETTE. WILLIAM PAULSEN. RAYMOND PEDERSON, ALLAN PERHAI, KENNETH PETERSON. FREDERICK PETRON, SEVERIN PHELPS, WILLIAM PIERRARD, KENNETH PLUMMER, GENE PRICE, ALLAN RAINALDO. JIM RAWN. RALCIE RAYMOND. PIERRE RINDO, STEPHEN
RISHEL, RAYMOND ROBARGE, JOHN ROBERTS, CORLETT ROBINSON, JACK RUTHERFORD. BRUCE RUTZKY, SAMUEL SALANI, ROBERT SAMPLE, RICHARD SANGER, ROBERT SASNER, ROBERT SEAQUIST, EDWARD SEELOW, JUNE SHANE, DONALD SHEARS, CLEMENTINA SHUBAT, MATTHEW SILVERMALE, R08ERT SMITH, DONALD SORENSEN, JAMES STANSKY, CHARLES SUSENS, BERNARD SUSENS, DONALD SWANBERG, DUANE SWANSON, HAROLD TIFFANY, WILLIAM VEIHELL, DONALD VELTEN, GEORGE VER BUNKER, EARL VINCE, R08ERT WHITACRE. THOMAS WHITTIER, EDWARD WILSON. HAROLD WINTERS. DANIEL SISTER M. ALBERTATtacteMtucUeA
Maxwell Witzig, Bonnie Anderson, Lyoll Hollond, Donald Polglosc
LYALL HOLLAND .......—----------------- President
MAXWELL WITZIG----------------------------Vice Pres.
BONNIE ANDERSON ........................ Secretory
DONALD POLGLASE -------------------------- Treasurer
Front Row—Donn Swanson. Pete Matyka. Paul Flllion. John Gldley. William Murphy. Norman Grande.
Second Row—George Abraham. Robert Ward. Ray Nlcoskl. Richard Dahlgren. Denjaminc Cujak. James Bronson. George Colander. Martin Jackson. „ . „
Third Row—Jim Skinner. Lowell Olson. Dick Duthey. James Stafford. Don Larxon. Richard Flaherty. Douglas Lownex. James
Cox. CRoJ.lj_xoln Aschbachcr. Allan Zar. Richard Gillis. Albert Pctlock. William Robinson. Ray Philpott. Eugene Nelson.
Marvin Christenson. Lloyd Krob. Ed Cotsky. Bernard Bennett.First Row-Vcrda Riegel, Donamac Reynold . Irma Richart. Shirley HnvJcland. Mary Ekslrom. Lolv Holm. Claudette Pastorcl. Louesc Marhelne.
Second Row- Ardis Larson. Carol Lett . Bonnie Anderson. Phyllis Culhanc. Ruth Ogren. Gladys Carlson. Jean McKenzie. Joyce Larson. Nancy Pope. Beulah Chcevcr.
Third Row -Alice Chclms. Dorothy Baustrnn. Arlene Brooks. Betty Smith. Barbara Bratanovich. Maxine Nelson. Patsy Nelson. Sonjn Hanson. Mrs. R. V. Harrington. Delores Sorenson. Lorraine Maceoslk.
Fourth Rotv—Laurlcc Hendrickson. Lucille Cooke. John Tourvillc. Thorstcin Haug. Robert Bergman Jay Delano. Robert Anderson. Dennie Subcr. George Koehler. Robert Willard.
First Row—Verna Crltchtield. Joanne Kopjcz. Joanne Pearson. Nancy Steen. Gwcncth Lester. Charlotte Kilbourn.
Second Row—Richard Lidbcrg. Donald McLcllon. Paul Miclkc. Bruce Carlson. Ted Olandcr. Bob Gelmer. Wllho Helkklnen.
Ma,v Third1 Row—Vern Llndstrom. Seegar Swanson. Paul Hauglund. Ralph Holmes. Dale Ingvaldson. Dick Germond. Ken Leland. George Benlick. Timothy Tierney. Dale O’Brien.
Fourth Row—Joe Saraxin. Richard Ohvall. Earl Rocks tad. Harold Larr.on. Bill Mallne. James Hawley. Frank McGinnis. Charles Herubin. Jack Larson. Lyle Olson. Donald Wartgcn. Allan Loyva.First Row—Jacqueline Po'lock. Florence Mann. Marilyn Pcllerln. Betty Menzieo. Winifred Ward. Joyce Lcnlhan. Barbara Clements. Willamette Mallne. Phyllis Lcmiesz. Alma Brcnsdal. Be nice Anderson. Mary Helium.
Second Row Bruno Pelc. Gordon Moscntine. Doyle Rein. Dick Mortenson. Donald Dunn. John Euan. Jack Bernt. Jim Carter. Robert Richter. Leonard Panina.
Third Row—Thomas Shaw. Wally Skerbeck. Edward Balder. Richard Roc. Arthur Johnson. Wayne Coleman. Eldon Balko. Richard Warder. Roger Campbell. Ralph Serr Elmer Bonkosky. Mi:hael Grittner.
Top Row—Ivan Millhollin. Kenneth Nelson. Murlyn Stalvig. George Johnson. Harris Mahan. Kenneth Fosgntc. Gregor Ksndulsch. Lawrence Hagen. LeRoy Olson. Duane Matyc. John jsomula. Robert Dickinson.
First Row Janice DeM »r». Ruth Rondeau. Nancy Slariha. Janice Wascen. Delores Wold. Kathryn Macktc. Eleanor Warn. JoAnna Scott. Harriet Larson. Margie Prohaska.
Second Row—Gloria Strcmski. Mary Ann Peacock. Dolores Chicras. Mary Morgan. Eileen Hennessy. Jeanne Christiansen. Laura Mac Wickland. Mildred Swanson. Myra Handlovsky. Barbara Durst. Gladys Groven. June Hillestad
Third Row—Nancy Foster. Jean Foley. Joan Mazanec. Marjorie Templeton. Rosalie Templeton. Patricia Van Horn. Beverly Sandstrom. Beryl Froehnow. Joan Wallenstein. Kay McDonnell. Joan Braun
Fourth Row—Jean Thoorxcll. Robert Lundstrom. Charles Conselman. Leland Krcmer. John Clanton. Edward Smet. Robert Aronson. Keith Hansen. Jack Kyllo, Frank Washatka. Kenneth Johnson.
sFRESHMEN NOT PICTURED
ADDIS, CLIFFORD ALBERG, ROBERT ANDERSON, DONALD ANDERSON. LEROY ANDREWS, THOMAS ARNDT, KENNETH BEGLINGER. HERBERT BENGS. AUGUST BORGE, CAROL BROWN, WAYNE CHRISTIANSEN. EUGENE CLEMENTSON, DEBORAH COX, RONALD DAHL, FREDERICK DANIELSON, RONALD ELKERTON, DONALD EMANUELSON, VERNON FISHER, WALTER FLEMMEN, HARRY FORSLUND, LEROY FORTE, JOSEPH GABRYS. RUDOLPH GAFFNEY, CAROL GIRARD, JOHN GOTSKY. EDWARD GREENE, ROBERT GUSTAFSON, ALLAN GUSTAFSON, JOSEPH GVORA, MARY
HAMILTON, ROBERT HANSON, BERNARD HANSEN, WILLIAM HAUG, THORSTEIN HAYES, DONNA HILL, ALLAN HOGANSON, ROBERT HOLLAND, LYLE HEUBACHER, RUTH ISAKSSON. LEROY ISRAEL, DONNA JACOBSON, ROBERT JACOBSON, ROBERT ELDON JEDLICKA, ETHEL JOHNSON. JAMES JORDAN, WILLIAM JORGENSON, DONNA JORGENSON. PAUL JOYCE, RICHARD JOYCE, TERRENCE KANNER, SEYMOUR KARRIS. ARLENE KARLSON, JOHN KINNEAR, ROBERT KINNEY. JOAN LALLY, TONY LEE, LOIS LEE, WILLIAM LEGGATE, DONALD
LETTS. CAROL MACDONALD, ROBERT MCDOUGALL, WILLIAM MCNEE. FLORENCE MARKKESON. CLYDE MARTRELLA, PATRICIA MATTSON, HUBERT MAYNARD. MARY MORAVEK. JEANETTE MORRISSETTE. EDWARD MOUNTJOY. PAUL NELSON, HARRY NORD, LAWRENCE OHMAN, CURTIS OLANDER, THEODORE OLSON, DORIS O'SHAUGHNESSY. LARRY OSWALD, MRS. STELLA PALMER, MARIAN PELTO, LUCILLE PETERS. WALTER PETERSON, ROMAN POLGLASE, DONALD RAYKOVICH. JOSEPH REYNOLDS. LYLE RICHART, ROBERT RIEGEL, VERDA RIPLEY, ROBERT ROBERTS, LEONARD
ROEMER, GERALDINE RONCHAK, RICHARD ROSS, RODNEY RUSSOM, NEIL SAED, WILLIAM SAHLSTEEN, WILLIAM SALVESON, DONALD SAVERA. ROMON SKAMSER, GORDON SPAFFORD, HELEN SPARBY, BERNARD STEUBER, DOUGLAS SYBELDON, SALLY TUCKER, JOHN UTYRO, PATRICK VAN BUSKIRK, JAMES VINCENT, JOYCE VODA, VICTORIA WALKER. FREDERICK WALLACE, RICHARD WALLENSTEIN, JOAN WARBURTON, EVELYN WEEKS, ROGER WELTY, ROBERT WERGELAND, MARVIN WIEDERHOLT, DALE YOUNG. JOHN ZIMMERMAN, GERALD'Pwetuctitei
Bill Kolbc, Shirley Zwokmon
Cditcr n-chicf --------------------- Shirley Zwokmon
Art Editor----------------------------------Bill Kolbe
Assistant Art Editor) — Cothenne Toncig, Sonjo Honson, Cloudcttc Postoret
Staff Photogrophers----------LeVerne Lourvick, Robert
Sports Editors---------------Richard Leal, Pool Hilten
Women's Sports___________________________Mildred S won ion
Club Editors —_____________Ruth Ogren, Nancy Conness
Closs Editor___________________________William Anderson
Assistont Closs Editors — Douglos Steuber, Bob Mercicr
Feature Editors___________Moxinc Nelson, Janice DeMars
Copy Editor________ —... .......... Jacqueline Bergren
Faculty Adviser------------------------ Russell Bert
Dusiness Manager ------------------ Betty Mae Longc
Advertising Manager ................... Helen Gibbs
Assistant Advertising Manager .......... Cyril Groy
Circulation Monogcr Kenneth Hol berg
Betty Longc. Cyril GroyJohn Clonton, Poul Hilton
Reporteri—-First row—lister M. Gobriel, Rito Mcnocher, Audrey Hcltcn, Phyllis Ballou, Morion Sompson.
Top Row Toby Marcovich, Richard Jackson, Edwin Sprague, Roger Bruggemeycr, Verne Hill, Robert Erlonson, John Robcirgc oivl Glenn Lonrlin,First Semester Staff
.. Bill Kolbe
Richard Lidberg, Wesley Swansea. Mildred Swanson, Sonja Hanson,
Business Manoger ------------------- Dovid McLeod
Advertising Manager .............. Helen Gibbs
Sports Writers________Harvey Heiberg, Bob Lundstrom
Cletus Campbell, and Business Manoger, Dov.d McLeod
Feature Writers ..... Marion Sampson, Janet Gundhus,
Geraldine Solodis, Mouricc Sparby, ond Shirley Zwokmon
Second Semester Staff
Editor .... Paul Hilton
Assistant Editor________________ David Ottcnsmoycr
Desk Assistants__________ Dick Lent, Carolyn Hartman,
Paul Akers, John Budxynski
Sports Editor------------------------- John Clanton
Sports Writers________Bob Lundstrom, Cletus Campbell,
Harvey Heiberg, Dick Lent
Art Editor________________________________ Bill Kolbc
Society Editor _________________ Donna Ottensmeyer
Photographer ___________________ LoVerrve Lourvick
Feature Writers_____ Shirley Zwokmon, Janet Gundhus,
Elaine Sable, Gcroldinc Saladis, Marion Sampson, Maurice Sporby
Reporters___________Phyllis Ballou, Roger Bruggemeyer,
Robert Erlonscn, Sister M. Gabriel, Verne Hill, Audrey Holten, Richard Jackson, Glenn Londin, Toby Marcovich, Rita Menocher, Moxinc Myrmon, John Roborge, Marion Sampson, Edwin Sproguc
BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager David McLeodSuperior State College Choir
Under the direction of Prof. Donald Foltz, our College Choir dropped the curtains on another successful year of school and community performances. In addition to several fall appearances the Choir once more took part in the annual Christmas presentation of Handel’s Messiah, both in Superior and in Barron.
This year the Choir was honored by an invitation to sing with the Duluth Symphony Orchestra in the presentation of Verdi’s Rcquim on April 2S.
The Choir appeared in a concert presented by the Community Concert scries on April 18, and an annual spring concert on May 26.
First Row—Marilyn Hanson. Carol Borge. Loris Dalko. Barbara Dc Bruync. Janet Gundhuc. Gloria Gabriel. Jean Isabella. Audrev Thaemert. Janice DeMars.
Second Row—Janet Sell. Janice Hclmstad. Kathleen O'Connell. Nancy Steen. Ruth McKenzie. Dorothy Crandall. Dorothy Olson. Vera Keith. Laura Fuller. Jarmlla Brccka.
Third Row—Wilma McTrusty. Delores Connery. Robert Dorfman. Dick Swiler. Dick Rlsbcrg. Howard Ness. Tom Aschbachcr. Lloyd Jostnd. Klwood Balko. Barbara McTrusty. Shirley Zwakman. Shirley Moberg. Kathryn Rouncc.
Fourth Row—Charles St.inskcy. Art Larson. Henry Aronson. Tom Shaw. William Moline. Rodney Thompson. Mr. Foltz. David Ottenvmcyer. Charles Morgan. John Robargc. Paul Lundmark. Gordon Hard. Wayne Smith. Eldon Olsen.Madrigal Singers
The Madrigal singers who made such a hie in their debut hist year, were reorganized again this year under Prof. Donald Foltz and made numerous public appearances in Superior and surrounding communities.
It was the custom during the Elizabethan era in England for groups to get together and spend the evening singing songs. The Madrigal group is an attempt to recapture some of the spirit and fun of that era and to present to audiences some of the songs so popular at that time.
This group is more than a Madrigal group, for it also sings numbers not associated with that organization. With the ten group harmony, Prof. Foltz had available a men’s quartet and a women's double trio.
The Madrigal tour this year took place in May. It included performances in various high schools in surrounding towns and evening performances for the general public.
Howard Ncm. !Uo ard Swllcr. Audrey Thacmert. Marilyn Hanson. Laura Fuller. Janice De-Mans. Kathryn Rouncc. Shirley Zwakinan. Dorothy Olson. Paul l.undmnrk. Kldon Olsen.
ANNUAL PRESENTATION OF HANDEL’S MESSIAH
COLLEGE CHORAL SOCIETY and ORCHESTRA
LUCILLE HAMMILL WEBB, Orgonist WILLIAM SCHLIEP, Conductor DONALD FOLTZ, Chorol Director
PERFORMANCE AT SUPERIOR, DEC. 4, 1949 PERFORMANCE AT BARRON, DEC. 5, 1919
GUEST SOLOISTS GUEST SOLOISTS
Goil Olsen Contralto BaritoneFront Row—G. V. Haack. director. John Br«dsh«w. Myra H»ndlov ky. Shirley Moberg. Richard Swlier. Billie Backu .
Second Row—Phillip Eaton. Arlene Karls. Audrey Holten. Ted Olandcr. Robert Gustafson.
Third Row—Kenneth Perhal. Carol Borge. Cathy Jacobs. Lee Fonger. Donald Jorgenson Fourth Row—Frank Washatka. Gloria Wilson. Keith LcGasse. Stan Olsen. Charles Marcoe.
Fifth Row—Robert Sergcnt. Charles Conselman. Kathryn Rounce. Robert Munnlngs.
Sixth Row—June Stewart. John Kyllo. James Skinner. Jeanne Stouffer. Jack Allen.
Seventh Row—Allen Gustafson. Marvin Christianson. James Dillon. Marvin Wergeland. Arthur Larson.
Not in Plcture -Jame Armstrong. Marilyn Hanson. Charlotte Kilboum. Eldon Olsen. Corlctt Roberts. Beverly Sandslroni, Louise Warburton.
Superior State College ROTC Band
The band, following a heavy program of athletic performances, including marching band, went on the road for a scries of seven concerts at Northern Wisconsin high schools. A final concert to conclude a performance packed season was presented at the college on Wednesday, May 17.
Band membership, in addition to music students and general college-students, was offered for the first time this year to qualified ROTC members. The cadets were granted military credit for their work. This practice will continue in the future.Mr. Keller. Loretta Hcrubln. Marjorie Templeton. Janice Ekholm. Jane Wahlstrom. Alan Zar. Janet Williams joan„,
Not shown. Mrs. Edith Swartley. nne So,lc
String instruments in the mind of the great composers, and in writing their works have always held their major attention.
From the early days of the "Lute" to the present day the only major addition to the string instrument has been the bow. Through the use of the how the artist has been able to express his innermost feelings, when drawing it across the strings, and it is with this bow the string instrument has moved nations and jx-ople to great heights.
Superior State College String Ensemble forms the basis of the College Orchestra. The interest of playing a string instrument at the College has been on a steady increase and this manifested interest indicates that in a few years the string department will be one of the major sections of the music department of the college.£lr»t Row—j nc MannquUt. Joan Greene. Catherine Tanclc.
aeeonc Row—Gloria Strcm.nkl. Gloria Nielson. Eileen Peterman. Maryvem Uertotone
Third Row—R. E. Olson. Violet Ebll. Rosemary Hcrubln. Shirley Zwakman. Nathan Luppino.
rourth Row—James Eastlund. David Ottensmeyer. Paul Hilton. Charles Morgan. Jaek Tibbs. John Budzynski.
Alpha Psi Omega
The Alpha Psi Omega, under die direction of Miss Kathryn Oilman,
once more won wide acclaim for its dramatic achievements.
The Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fraternity for the purpose of providing an honor society for those students doing a high standard of work in dramatics. The fraternity is not intended to take the place of the regular dramatic club or other producing groups, but as students qualify, they are rewarded by election to membership in this society .
Membership in the Alpha Psi Omega, Alpha Lambda cast at SSC, may be earned by any regularly enrolled student at the college who is in good scholastic standing, in one or a combination of the following ways. He may take a major role in one full length play, or in two one act plays staged by this institution; he may write a play or do sufficient work back stage; he may act as business manager or work on any committee of production in such a manner that in the estimate of the director he has fulfilled the requirements demanded of anyone carrying a major role in a long play.
Special honor awards are given each year to the persons who have contributed most talent and unselfish effort to the dramatic productions on which they have worked. These awards are gold keys or pins of the Alpha Psi Omega fraternity.THE COLLEGE PLAYERS
18th CENTURY COMEDY OF MANNERS by
RICHARD BRINSLEY SHERIDAN
Miss Kathryn Ohman
Capt. Jock Absolute ...
Bob Acres ...........
Sir Anthony Absolute
Lydia Languish .....
Mrs. Molaprop ......
Sir Lucius O'Triggcr David................
.... Sccgar Swonson
....—... Charles Morgan
.... David Oftensmeyer
..... John Budzynski
-..._ Joseph MeFarlin
.... Richard Chapman
...... Eileen Peterman
____ Catherine Toncig
------ Rochelle Miller
....... John Tibbs
.......— Gordon Fay
....... Gloria NielsenTHE COLLEGE PLAYERS
la cvututn tyiove
AN IMMORAL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS
J. li. PRIESTLY
"Diiedcd "S f.
Miss Kathryn Ohman
Elsie Rodfern .....................- Ja"'CC OcMars
Mrs. (Lucy) Boxlcy ................ Rosemary Hcrubin
Bernard Boxlcy .....-........-..... Roger Bergstrom
George Rodfern.....................-..... Paul Akers
Harold Russ ........—..............Richord Germond
Joe Flettcn..............—............. P «l Hi,,on
Mrs. (Dorothy) Radfern ..... -.....- Shirley Zwokman
Inspector Stock ...................- Rudolph Gabrys
Sargent Morris .....-..............Robert Matthews
Owl and Serpent Club
Founded in 1926 by a committee of four teachers, the Owl and Sepent is the original honorary scholastic fraternity at SSC.
The organization was formed by Miss Geary, Miss Waite, Mr. Dolender, and Mr. McCarthy, for the purpose of advancing scholastic achievement. To be eligible for membership in the fraternity, a student must have completed 90 semester hours credit.
This year seven men and five women were elected to the Owl and Serpent society representing the 12 highest ranking students in the senior class, according to the credits committee.
HENRY BRUCE CYR
BEVERLY MAY JACQUES
MIKE JOHN DRAVECKY
JOSEPH FRANCIS KUBALA
MARION IRENE ECKHOLM
MARTIN RICHARD RANTALA
LAURA HODSDON FULLER
MARGUERITE VIOLA HARTMEN
GEORGE ROLAND WALDUM
ROBERT JOHN HAGLUND
JOHN ARTHUR WILKINSFlrtt Row—Mac Ellen Edrctlc. and Sell
Second Row—Lillian Tuknlck. Dorothy OUon, Jackie Bergren.
The purpose of the Inter-Club Council is to insure smooth functioning and good fellowship among SSC sororities.
The club is composed of a representative from each sorority, and from the Women's Athletic Association. The council sets up regulations in regard to rushing, initiation, pledging of new members, dances and other activities engaged in by the co-ed groups.
Officers for the year were:
President............... MAE ELLEN EDGETTE
Secretary - -_____________ — JACKIE BERGREN
AJviscr_____________MISS ELVIRA GELLENTHIENSeated—Bernice M minings. Jeon Ann Endrirzl. Marilyn Xiang. Dorothy llaiucn, Rosemary Hcrubin. Dorothy Baustlan. Standing—Elmer Ecklund. Edward Olson. Doris 1 . Olson. Joyce Rasmussen. Roger Bruggemeyor. Stanley May. David Oucnsmeycr.
Every organization is invited to send representatives to the social committee. These student representatives planned and put into effect the following activities for the school year:
Homecoming General chairmen: Nancy Hunter, Gene Olson
Election Assembly: Elmer Ecklund
Rally: Bill Riplinger
Coronation: Dorothy Hansen
Parade: John Hennessy
Dance: Gene Qlson, Nancy Hunter
Another first semester activity was the Men's Stag, the chairman of that event being Wally DeBruyne.
The second semester activities included the girl s Valentine Tea, co-chairmen Jackie Bergren and Mae Ellen Edgette. The next event was the all-school mixer co-chairmen Jean Endrizzi and Ed Olson. The last all-school activity was the school picnic with Rosemary Herubin and Elmer Ecklund as co-chairmen.Front Row—Geraldine Roemer. Claudette Paslorct. Nancy Pope. Jeanette Moravek. Marjorie Prohotka. Joan Mazanic.
Second How—Loris Balko. Florence Roush. Roberta Girard, Rose Matyc. Dorothy Mcister. Carmel Hartlund, Joanne Kopacz. Gloria Stremski.
Third Row—Charlotte Krantz. Faith Ncvin. Laurice Hendrickson. Esther Soper. Mary Helium, Beryl Proehnow. Betty Mcnzies. Alma Bronsdal. Jean Endrizzi.
Top Row—Donna Conway. Carolyn Hartman. Snlly Syheldon, Lillian Tuknlck. Patricia Cornlne. Jeanne Stotiffer. Joyce . Violet Ebll. Victoria Voda. Willamette Mallno.
One of the highlights of the Alpha Kappa’s season was the awarding of the art scholarship won by Sonja Hanson. Miss Hanson submitted 20 pieces of art work including landscape, still life and figure drawings in charcoal, pencil, watercolor and pastel.
Their social year began with a "backward" rusher which was followed by a smorgasborg. These "rushing" activities closed with an informal pledge service and formal pledge dinner.
Among events of the AK season were an initiation party, several sorority parties, and an alumnae party.
Officers for the year were:
President........................ LILLIAN TUKALEK
Vice-president ...,........... ROSEMARIE MATYE
Secretory ESTHER SOPER
Trcosurcr _______________________ LORIS BALKO
Adviser ................. MISS JANE REHNSTRANDDelta Sigma
As the curtain came up on the activities of the year for Delta Sigma, the girls were seen painting hobby horses for their float in the homecoming parade, and putting up pictures of their candidate for queen, Marilyn Klang. The girls not only had the victorious queen, but also took first prize for their float.
A new field put forth was the Delta Sigma Dramatic scholarship.
Orher activities included the annual rushers, the first being a breadfast in Hollywood idea and the second a "High Tea.” The sorority also held the first football mixer, and annual football banquet in the college cafeteria, and contributed to a Christmas family.
The May ball was held May 20, and the new members gave a party for rhe rest of the group in April. The girls ended the year with their dinner honoring graduating seniors.
Officers for the year were:
_ MARILYN KLANG
Adviser MISS KATHRYN OHMAN
Firxt Rmv Jnrkic Bcrgren. Beverly Br.imcl. Lola Turner. Hester Kyllo. Marilyn Klang. Audrey Thacrnerl.
Second Row—Marilyn Long. Nancy Conncftx. Roberta Greene. Dorothy Hanson. Jane MannquUt. Kathleen O'Connell. June Olson. Katntocn Bcrtolcne.
Third How—Nancy Foster. Delores Chlcras. Betty Lou Balm a, Join Greene. Donna Lundmnrk. Ruth Ogren. Nancy Slnrlha, Joan Van Buskirk. Kathleen McDoncll.
Fourth Row Mary Jean Kefcatrom, Catherine Tancljt. Jane Wjhlxlrom. Myra Handlovxky. Jane Behind rand. Shirley Zwaknian. Ruth Ann Klntich. June Woxlerluick. Mary Beth Schlender. Mary Morgan.Advisers—H. M. Weeks, John O. Danielson.
The highlight for the Fex fraternity this year was their very successful Christmas formal, the 33rd such affair, held at the V. F. W. Ballroom. Gay decorations following a winter motif trimmed the hall.
The group also sponsored a football dance after one of the games, and was active with a colorful campaign for this year's homecoming. They held a New Year's Eve party for actives and alumni at Community hall, presented gifts to the children of the city's orphanage, sponsored the annual stag banquet for members and alumni, held a formal dinner-dance, and had many private and inter-fraternity parties.
Fir l Row—Tom Ryan. Danny Winter . Don Polglase. Bill Bcmrick. Lyatl Holland. Roger Weeks. Jim McCarthy. Ted Kreymlller.
Max WllUt Row_jln, Ea»t|Und. Daverne Laurvlck. Jim Hill. Glenn Landln. Doyle Rein. Jack Hannan. Jim Holmes. Jim Grant.
Hoiwcil Olsen. Gordy Mosentlne. Bob Hoitanson, Don Korhonen. .........
Third How Harry OHcn. Vern Peterson. Harvey Anderson. Chuck Hagen. Norbcrt Daley. Bud Waite. Jim Nelson. Vern Emanualson Irv Ekclund. Ray Paulson. Pat McNamee. Gage Hanson.
Fourth Row Dick Sell. Wally DcBruync. Bud Matthews. Gene O'Brien. Art Olsen. Hub Dodge. Bill Anderson. Jim Whittier. Bud Ecklund. Kenny Leland. Dick Doyle. Ron Nelson. Dennis Suber.From Row—Pat Button. Ruth Hucbschcr. Lucille Pelto. LouIkc Warburton.
Second Row—Dorothy Gunnerson. Cnrol Anderson. Elinor Phillips. Ruth Rampfcr.
Top Row Janet Sell. Juno Soclow. Audrey Buxlrnk. Arlene Omernlck. Janice Bkholm. Doris OlM n.
Gamma Phi Epsilon
The very handy S. S. C. student and faculty directories arc the product of the .girls in Gamma Phi. Each year the members sponsor and sell these directories to the student body.
The year lx. gan with the "Calico Cat and Gingham Dog" rusher, followed by a Harvest rusher. The girls also held a sleighride for members and their friends, had the annual Christmas party, besides a Mother's Tea in the spring and a party for the graduating seniors. The group also had a candidate in the homecoming queen race, and sponsored a float.
Officers for the year were:
First Semester Second Semester
Jonicc Ekholm ..._...President ......... Jonet Sell
Ruth Rompicr ....—...Vicc-Pres.... Joyce Rasmussen
Joyce Rosmusscn ..._.Secretory .... Doris Syring
Jnnet Sell ....—.....Treosurcr Morgucrite Hartman
———HUMFir»t Row—Gene Thoorsoll. Walter Peters. Norman Grando. Warren Jones.
Second Row—Henry Aronson. Harold Johnson. Georitc MeDonousth. Robert Conrad. Stanley May.
Third Row—Ben Pink. John Munninfs. Frank Chrislophcmon. John Hennessy. James Pinkoski. Leonard Peterman.
lota Delta Chi
The curtain went up on the Iotas social program by the sponsoring of an all school dance held after a football game.
Other activities held during the year were: a
New Year's Eve party, a sleighride, and several private parties. For the first time Iotas had a Costume Rail which was held in the spring of the year.
Officers for the year were:
Trcosurcr ....— —
Choplin, Sgt.-ot-Arms Adviser ......—.....—..
...... HAROLD JOHNSON
.... LEONARD PETERMAN
......... GERRY RITCHIE
_________ DARRYL LANGE
_________ STANLEY MAY
....._.. DR. JAY MCKEEFirst Row—Bernard Bennett. James Cotter. Thomas Whitacrc, Kermlt Thomas.
Second Row—Kenneth Perhal. Wayne Smith. John Budzynskl. John Swanson. Harvey Johnson.
Third Row—Wally Christianson. William Hanson. Merlin Czoschke. Edwin Sprague. Bob Munnings. Kenneth Strauman. Ray Bloom.
Top Row—Conway Jansen. Robert Hansen. Charles Herubin. David Ottensmeyer. Joseph Krulell. Paul Hilton. David Rima. Richard Jaekson. Donald Peterson.
Lambda Delta Chi
Two all-school football dances commenced the year's activities for the LDC's. A basketball dance, two slcighridcs, and a formal dinner dance at the "Gitch" filled out the semester for the fraternity .
The traditional Shamrock Dance, held at the V. F. W. club rooms, was the first event of the busy second semester. Two other annual affairs, the 29th Spring Formal and the Alumni banquet, in addition to many social gatherings at popular Superior party places closed a successful year for the fraternity.
Officers for the year were:
First Semester Second Semester
John Budzynskc .........President —........ Paul Hilton
Merle Czoschke .........Vicc-Prcs....... Merle Czoschke
Roy Bloom ______________Secretary ....... Don Peterson
Kermit Thomos .........Treasurer . .... Kermit Thomos
Ed Sproguc ___________Sgt.-ot-Arms .... Woyne Smith
Jim Dillon______________Choplin —................ Dove Rima
Russell Bert ...... —...AdviserFirst Row—Gladys Carlson, Margie Kssen. Carol Borgo. Eleanor Warn. Janice DcMar . Joanna Scott.
Second Row Harriot Larson. Kathryn Bounce. Patsy Nelson. Rita Menacher. Winnie Larson. Adeline Gabrys. Joyce Christianson. Gladys Grovcn. Mildred Swanson. _ .... , . ....... ... .
Third Row—Marian Palmer. Bonnie Anderson. Marjorie O'Brien. Muriel Peterson. Mary Maynard. Janet Williams. Phylls Culhane. Barbara Durst. Laura Puller.
Fourth Row Barbara Swanson. Gloria Gabriel. Loretta Herubin. Dorothy Olson. Rosemary Herubln. Beverly Sandstrom. Delores Arnez. Arlene Hanson. Becky Brccka. Shirley Moberg.
"Cuckoo Bridge,” (he traditional first rusher, was the initial event on the Lambda calendar. This was followed by the second rusher, "Prison Theme,” at the Hammond Avenue Church.
The rushing activities were climaxed at the beginning of the second semester when the pledges were entertained at the annual formal initiation dinner in the Badger Room of the Hotel Superior. In return the new members amused the old members at an informal initiation party.
The highlight of the winter season was the annual Christmas formal at the Androy Hotel, and the alumnae later gave a skating party for the active members.
The spring events included the annual Mother's Day Tea, with the senior dinner concluding the Lambda activities.
Officers for the year:
First Semester Second Semester
Lorctto Herubin President________Dorothy Olson
Marjorie O'Brien________Vive-Pres.________Lauro Fuller
Bcrnodclfc O'Connell____Secretory------Adeline Gabrys
Dorothy Olson___________Treasurer — Joyce Christenson
Barbara Swonson --------Sgt.-at-Arms Rosemary Herubin
Miss Grace Barney_______AdviserFirst Row—Steve Stromko. Dick RUberg. Allen Wiles. Bill Slmcich. Robert Mcrcicr. Robert Sanger. Bill Washatka.
C?cond mw-Art Morgan. James Conski. John Peterson. Harry Wilson. John Vuchetich. John Egan. Robert Kastner. George Abraham
Third Row—James Stafford. Kenneth Watson. Charles Drayna. Chet Anderson. Ed Olsen. Wayne Coleman. Aristotle Pappelis. Bill Riplinger. Roger Essen.
Fourth Row—John Clanton. Bruce Gould. Roger Drayna. Cletus Campbell. Gene Omernlck. Ralph Ellison. Jack Tibbs. Sam I.uell. Joe Pritchard.
For the second year in a row, the Semper Compares fraternity had the winning candidate for the homecoming king race, in the person of Harry "Whitey” Wilson. The hoys also had a colorful float in the parade.
The Fifth Annual Thanksgiving formal was held at the V. F. W. ballrooms this year, and other activities of the group were a hard-time dance at school, a fraternity sleighride, numerous rusher stags and also a number of informal get-to-gethers. The social year was climaxed by a banquet held late in May.
Officers for the year were:
Sergccnt-at-Arms Adviser .........
JOHN TIBBS KENNETH WESTLUND
.._.. ROGER ESSEN
..... WAYNE COLEMAN
..... 8RUCE GOULD
MR. SYDNEY WRIGHTTau Alpha Chi
Fall activities began early for the Three Arts girls. The first was a very successful mixer held after the second football game.
Following were the first and second rushers; for the first the girls went "Oriental’’ in their annual Chinese tea. The second rusher took place in the form of a progressive dinner with the main course held at the Gitchinadji Country Club.
As usual, the formal initiation followed a dinner in the Badger Room of the Superior Hotel. The traditional candlelight service was used in welcoming fourteen girls into Tau Alpha Chi.
The annual Sweetheart formal was an outstanding event early in the second semester. This "cupid inspired ball” centered around the crowning of the "Sweetheart.”
Officers for the year were:
First Semester Second Semester
Mac Ellen Edgcttc ....— President .. Cecelia Fitzgerald
Cecelia Fitzgerald ...—Vicc-Prcs....... Barbara Bong
Beverly Smith ....... Secretary Ruth Lundbcrg
Yvonne Vogels ..........Treasurer ... Marjorie Pederson
Marjorie Pederson ...._.Cor. Scc'y ..Gcroldinc Solod-s
Nancy Hunter ..._...—Scribe..........—.... Vera Keith
Mrs. Bess Benton _______Adviser
s-ir»! Row—Filwn Peterman. Geraldine Saladi . Yvonne Vogels. Janet Gudhus. Jane Foley. Jean Isabella.
Second Row- Cecelia Fitzitcrald. Rosalie Templeton. Delores Wold. Marilyn Pellcrln. Alice Hansard. Gloria Nielson. Phyllis
LCmi Thlrd Row___Marjorie Templeton. Vera Keith. Arlene Carls. Donna Otlcnsmeyer. Ruth Sell. Laura Wlckland. Donna Jackson.
E"e'nFoJ"th Row-Mac Ellen Edcette. Beverly Smith. Bernice Munnlngs. Carol Beckon. Doris Olson. Marjorie Pederson. Ruth Lundbcrg. Nancy Steen. Janice Watsccn. Barbara Bong. Sue William .
Flr»t Row—Roiallc Templeton, Jane Wahlatrom. Lcora Brunswick.
Second Row—Joanne Pearson. Marjorie Templeton. Ruth Lundbcrg.
Third Row—Wilma MoTrujty. Leland Kremer. Joanne Sollc. James Johnson-
Fourth Row—Harvey Johnson. Howard Ness. Glenn Pariah, Myron Nelson. Orvald Haugsby.
S. T. K., pronounced Estayka in German, is an organization of students in the German department of the college. All students currently studying German are eligible for active membership. Also those who have studied the language in the past may become associate members.
The aims of the organization are both social and scholastic. The games and songs in German, also the movies and discussions about German speaking countries lead to a better understanding of the language and the German people.
Officers for the year:
First Semester Second Semester
Donald Goctzl -------------------President.......... Robert Silvcrnalc
Harvey Johnson — ............ _..Vice-Pres. Marjorie Pederson
Betty Jorvi ........—-----------Sec'y-Trcos.___________Jonicc DeMors
Mrs. Bess Benton ............... Adviser
R. O.T. C Rifle Team
The newly organized Military Science Department of Superior State-College organized and sponsored a rifle ream to serve as its representative in all rifle matches.
The men in the unit are now well trained and have inter-squad meets which provides a good competitive si ort and a fine skill to develop.
This year the team fired the following matches:
•1 February.............Michigan College of Mining and Technology
I I February..............Purdue University and University of Kansas
18 February............................... University of Wisconsin
25 February .... Wayne University and University of North Dakota
•1 March.................................. University of Wyoming
I I March ........................................ Ohio University
18 March...............................................Notre Dame
■1 April..........................................Michigan Tech
13 May............................................Michigan Tech
Team Captain is Thomas R. Hoskins.
Front Row—Henry Cyr. Thomas Hoskins. John Reed. Donald Schmidt.
Second Row—Stan Olsen. Ralph Holmes. John Hannan. Llye Olson. Donald Johnson. Vernon Peterson. Irvin Ekclund.
Top Row—James Letter. Robert Larson. Ronald Nelson. Howard Kalllo. James Pinkoski. Richard Flaherty. Donald Suvcns.First Row—Dick Swller Thaddcu Moravck. Donald Morlarlty. John Rccd. Stan Olicn. Henry Cyr.
Second Row____Ted Krcymlller. C. K. Olson. Jamo Eoitlund. Irving Ekclund. Arthur Larson. Richard Chapman. Edward
McCi Thtrd Row—James Morgan. Rowell Olsen. Kortunnto Dalpra. Anton Novak. Joe Raykovich. John Hannan. Thomas Hoskins. S t a n 1 c Os I a zc jkU Fre d c rl c k 0Onll| | Pclcraon. Robert Larson. Harold Kcrltultt. Howard Kulllo. James Sorenson. James
Lucas. Paul Hilton. Leonard Peterman. James Pinkoski. William Walters.
R. O. T. C. Officers Club
The Air Force R. C). T. C. Officers Club is composed of the advanced students of the R. O. T. C. program and has as its expressed purpose the development of leadership of its members. It is based on the officers clubs found in the services and it offers much experience in the intricacies of parliamentary procedure.
The R. O. T. C. is not all business, and on its social calendar this year were the annual stag and the big formal in the spring, the second of its kind.
The club is shown movies from the Air Force film library, with the pur-|x sc of informing the numbers of new developments and methods of the Air Force that will help prepare future officers for duty.
Officers for the year were:
President . JOHN REED
Vicc-Prci.dcnl __________________ EDWARD MCCARTNEY
Secretory __________________________ KARL MORAVEK
Trcoturcr_________________________DONALD MORIARITYFront How—Henry Cyr. Donald VoRt. Horvcy Hclbcr . Loo Good. Leonard Peterman.
Second Row—Wayne Smith. Glenn Nordln. Donald Meier. Arthur Larson. Stan Olsen. Donald Schmidt. Emmett Swanson. Top Row--Raymond Bloom. Aristotle Pappcll . Ronald Nelson. Donald Joritcnsen. Paul Hilton. Donald Peterson. Robert Conrad. Charles Neal. James Lester.
The National Society of Pershing Rifles is an honorary military fraternity. Only basic Air R. O. T. C. students who have honor grades in their military courses are eligible for membership.
A national convention is held each spring by the various units, and each local unit sends a crack drill team to compete for honors. Plans are under way to send a drill team to the national convention this year, as they were unable to have a representative there last year.
In addition to several informal parties this year, the unit aids the Officers Club in putting on the annual Military Ball.
Officers for the year are:
DON PETERSON .. PAUL HILTONFirst Row—Marian Palmer. Joanne Kopaez. Nancy Pope. Ruth McKenzie. Rita Mcnachcr. Kathleen O'Connell. Kathleen Bertolonc. Elaine Sable. Nell Riegel. Charlott Kllbourn.
Second Now—Gloria Stremiki. Sue William . Marrueri Hartman. Dorothy Hanten. Betty Lou Baima. Marilyn Pcllcrin. Dorothy Olson. Beryl Proehnow. Dorothy MeUter. Loris Balko. Phyllis Lcmicaz. Kathryn Rouncc.
Third Row—Betty Smith. Betty Menzies. Jean Ann Endrizzi. Mary Beth Schlender. Cwenth Lester. Bonnie Anderson. Mary Helium. Murial Peterson. Beulah Formed. Shirley Mobere. Alma Brenxdahl. Yvonne Voxels. Audrey Holten. Delores Arnes.
Fourth Row—Bernice Anderson. Gloria Gabriel. Violet Ebll. Dorothy McKee. Delores Concry. Doris Olson. Beverly Sandstroin. Louise Isaacson. June Stewart. Rosemarie Malyc. Alice Brooks. Joyce Larson. Janet Hcimstcad. Janet Sell. Ruth Ann Klauck.
Crownhart - Sigma Gamma Chi
Act one at Crownhart Hall saw the girls decorating the balcony for the Homecoming festivities, and broadcasting music over the campus to add to the heightened spirits.
The faculty was welcomed at the Crownhart reception in the fall, and the girls planned their year's activities early. They included the Sadie Hawkins dance, a float in the parade, and the nice tradition of having a coffee and doughnut hour during exam week. Meetings are held every week.
Officers for the year were:
Provident........................... JUNE STEWART
SockjI Choirmon_____________________OOROTHY HANSEN
Advisor-------------------MISS ELVIRA GELLENTHIENCampus Christians
"Now then we arc ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ’s stead, lx- ye reconciled to God.” I 1 Corinthians 5:20.
The Campus Christians is an inter-denominational group which met daily in room 314. The schedule for the meetings held by the group during the year consisted of a Monday Bible study and a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday prayer meeting.
The group entertained similar campus organizations from St. Luke’s Nurses Home, and the University of Minnesota, Duluth Branch, during the year. It was also called upon to present services at various churches.
Apart from the religious activities, the CC’s enjoyed numerous outings and parties as well.
Officers for the year were:
President ------------------- EDWARD STAURSETH
Vice-President ...._................. JAMES BUSCH
Secretary ................ _........ JOANNE SOLIE
Treasurer .................... HAROLD ANDERSON
Adviser ..._................. MR. DON OLSON
First Row—Edward Staurxcth. Don Olson. Lots Lee.
Second Row—Lcora Brunswick. Beulah Chccvcr. Sonja Hanson. Shirley Hnndcland.
Thirl Row—Henry Clark. Joanne Solic. Myron Voth. Orvald Haugsby. James Johnson. Ardix Larson.
Fourth Row—Harold Andcrxon. Harry Nctxon. Ralph Turk. Charles Neal. James Busch. Verncr Dahlberg. Vclvic Finn.mmsamm
Firm Row-Mr . Henry Cyr. Ardls Carton. Alice Chelmo. Dorothy BawtUn. Dorothy Mcltter. Second Row—Dr. Wyatt Belcher, adviser. Henry Cyr. Ingvald Shervy. Paul Aker .
Third Row—Jack Thle-'e. Gene Hoff Bill Andereon. Randolf Hojptad M ,
Fourth Row -Robert Hannon. Joe Krutell. Arthur Ol»on. Merlin Cioichke. Ronald No.non.
International Relations Club
The I. R. C. met the third Monday of each month to discuss and analyze current events. Dr. Wyatt Belcher, history instructor, served as adviser of the group, frequently furnishing background information for the topics at hand.
Representatives of Superior State College at the Mid-West International Relations dub conference at Southern Illinois university, Carhondalc, this year were Gordon C. Johnson and Wilbur Lindholm. The annual conference was held on March 10-11.
The Superior branch of the IRC is sponsored by the Social Science department in conjunction with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Officers for the year were:
President .................................. PAUL AKERS
Vice-President ---------------------------- HENRY CYR
Secretory.Trcasurcr ......................— INGVALD SHERVY
Adviser ------------------------- OR. WYATT BELCHERFirst Row—Donna Israel. Shirley Hnndcland. Kathryn Mneki;. Sue Williams. Louise Marheine.
Second Row—Joyce Christoffersen. Mrs. Henrietta Nolinj;. Janet Belnc. Bernice Anderson. Arlene Brooks, Dorothy Meittcr. Dorothy Crandall.
Third Row—Richard Lldbcr . Ruth Ramplcr. Carol Lett . Alice Brooks. Louise Isaacson. Beulah Formell. Beulah Cheever, Ardis Larson.
Fourth Row—Ruth Johnson. Dorothy Baustlnn. Dorothy McKee. Thorstein Haug. George Koehler. Gordon Gee. Patricia Comine. Raymond Olson. Glenn Larson.
Rural - Sigma Rho
Students of the Rural State Graded Section are enrolled in either a two, three, or four year curriculum in preparation for teaching in one teacher and first or second class state graded schools.
The organization of this section is known as the Sigma Rho. During the year, members sponsor a number of educational programs, excursions to places of interest in Superior and Duluth, and several social events.
Officers for the year were:
First Semester Second Semester
RAYMOND OLSON ------------------President ________ ARDIS LARSON
MRS. STELLA OSWALD-------------Secretory ___________ DONNA ISRAEL
ROBERT ANDERSON ----------------Treosuror 8ERNICE ANDERSON
JANET SEINE--------------Soc. Choirmon _ MRS. CAROL LETTS
Adviser—MISS CELIA CARSLEYFir l Row—Phyllis Lcmlw;. Billie Bickus.
Second Row—Belly Menzles. Dorothy Gunncrson. Rosemarie Mat ye. Lois Holm.
Third Row Barbara Bong- Rosannc Schull. Marlann Niemi. Marilyn Pellerin. Pat Butters.
Fourth Row -Frederic Pahula. Maxine Nelson. Beverly Sandstrom. Betty Jane Smith. Carol Jean Anderson. Alice Chclmo. Wllho Helkklnen.
The Intermediate Section is composed of SSC students who are being trained for teaching in the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades. Quite a number in the group belong to the American Childhood Association, so the course of study offered includes observation with participation training.
The Intermediate students of SSC hold meetings on the first Tuesday of each month. The President, Dorothy Gunncrson and adviser, Dorothy Waite, supervised numerous social affairs during the past year.
Officers for the year were:
President --------------------- DOROTHY GUNNERSON
Vice-President----------------------ROSEMARIE MAT YE
DOROTHY WAITEFront Row—Jeanne Foley. Irma Richnrt. Cecelia Fil gcrald. Jane Mannqulit. Joyce Chrlstiannon. Joan Greene. Evelyn Janten. Joyce Lcnlhan. Mnrv Morgan
Second Row Kathleen McDoncll. Mary Ek»lrom. Lol Palumbo. Eileen Peterman. Ruth McKenzie. Diane Donated. Kathryn Rounce. Rita Mcnuchcr. Delores Wold. Arlene Karls. Jean Isabella.
Third Row—Louis Warburton, Gloria Nielson. Gloria Gabriel. June Stewart, Janet Hclmstead. Hester Kyllo. Dorothy Olson, Vera Keith. Alma Brcnsdal. Mary Ann llelum. Lorraine Maclosek. Evelyn Smith.
Fourth Row—Charlotte Krantz. Donna Hayes. Doris Olson. Mary Ann Klauck. Rosemary Herubin. Maxine Myrman. Carol Beckon. Deiorc Arnes. Violet Eblt. Laura Mae Wlcklund. Eileen Henncssy. Darlene Samplawski.
Not In Picture—Dolores Chlero . Jeanne Christiansen. Janet Gundhus. Dessa Potter Foote. Nancy Foster. Alice Hassard. Laurlce Hendrickson. Audrey Holten. Donna Lou Jorgenson. Charlotte Kllbourn. Betty Mac Lange. Joyce Larson. Jeanette Moravek. Arleen It. Omernik. Nancy Pope. Beryl Prochnow. Marjorie Prohaska. Verda Nell Hlcgcl. Nancy Starlha. Sally Sybeldon. Lois Turner. Victoria Voda. Yvonne M. Vogel. Winifred Ward.
Kindergarten - Primary
The members of the K. P. department have meetings every first Tuesday of the month. They have many interesting speakers at these meetings, and discuss pertinent problems.
The social activity of the year is the annual Christmas party, and each member is affiliated with the National Association of Childhood Education.
Officers for the year:
Prcgrom Chairmon -----
Social Chairmon _________
_______ JUNE STEWART
_______ JOAN GREENE
.. CHARLOTTE KRANTZ
LAURA MAE WICKLUND
.. KATHLEEN ROUNCE
..... GLORIA NEILSON
BETTY LANGE __ RUTH ANN KLOUCHSpeakers table at banquet (or Japanese visiting dignitaries. Left to right. Dr. Justin Williams. Vaklzo Matsumoto. Dr. Jim Dan Hill. Saburo Shllkuma and Hideakl Kondo.
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Visit our Campus
The appearance of three members of the Japanese Diet (Parliament) to the Superior State College campus March 6, was a distinct honor for our institution. The three were part of the group that toured the country to see democracy in action. Coming to Superior with them was Dr. Justin Williams, member of General Douglas MacArthur’s staff in charge of the governmental set up in Japan.
The delegates and Dr. Williams appeared in an assembly in the morning and were honored guests at a banquet that noon at the Badger Room of the Superior Hotel, attended by faculty, students and prominent persons in Superior.
. . And so did the studentsFirst Row—Mike Galgan. Wally DcBruyne. Scott Soper. Ralph Elleson. Bob Mercler. Dom Moselle. Ted Thomas. Bob Ebll. Bob Matthews. HowarJ Killio. and Harry Wilson.
Second Row—Jim Ralnaldo. Walt West. Bob Brown. Stanley Verlch. Bob Kinnear. Sevcrin Petron. Clarence Buirnl. Steve Mrdjenovfch. Mike Pavlovich. Bob Salani. Keith Svce and Ronald Nelson.
Third Row—Duane Matye. Donald PolRlase. Ernie Rzpcckl. Mike Hcnnessy.Bob Welty. Jim Van Buskirk. Ted Frcymiller. Frank Bradshaw. Frank Campbell. Clctus Campbell. Roman Peterson. LeRoy Anderson. Alphln Erickson and Ken Plerrard.
Season’s Record - 1949
Superior State 33 Michigan Tech 18 Superior State 13 Mankato
Superior State 13 Eau Claire 6 Superior State 27 UMD
Superior State 19 La Crosse 28 Conference Wins 2 Losses
Superior State 7 Oshkosh 13 Total Wins 3 Losses
Superior State 7 Stevens Point 12 Superior State's Total Points
Superior State 9 River Falls 6 Opponents' Total Points
Superior State 19 Stout 35 Football Drama of 1949
The 1949 football drama at Superior State was played under the most difficult conditions that have faced a SSC eleven for many years. The nine games schedule that included many of the finest teams in this section of the country would have been enough to cause any team trouble. But when this high caliber competition was coupled with the phenominal string of tough breaks and injuries to key players that beset the Ycllowjackets, the record that the squad produced is a monument to courage anjl determination.
Six Wins, Three Losses
The Yellow jackets, who for the second year were under the direction of head football coach Mark Dean, ended the season with a record of six wins and three losses. In their Wisconsin Teachers college conference play the Orange and Black had the same percentage record. .333. with two victories and four defeats.
Superior grid fans can look forward to next year’s season with much optimism. Although many stellar preformers have left the squad via the graduation route, the team still has a backbone of dependable seasoned veterans. Also to be mentioned arc the many reserves who were called on to do yeoman duty during the past season. With the experience these lads gained, they should be capable of much first line duty.
Defeat Michigan Tech
The curtain rose on the 1949 gridiron action with the Yellowjacket gridders devastating a strong and highly favored Michigan Tech eleven by the impressive score of 33 to 18. The veteran studded Huskies, who boasted an undefeated record in 1948. found the hard running of Dom Moselle and Harry Wilson, plus the lethal punch of Walt "Doc’’ West's passing arm just too much to handle. Defensive work by tackles Scott Soper and Bob Matthews and center LeRoy Anderson contributed much to the success of the Jacket backfield.
The Ycllowjackets stayed in the win column by tripping up the defending conference champs, the Eau Claire Bluegolds. West and Wilson, aided by superb blocking by Bob Mcrcicr and Howie Kallio, came through with two last quarter tallies that enabled the Statcmcn to score a 13 to 6 victory.
LaCrossc First Loss
The season’s first loss was handed to the men from State by the LaCrosse Indians. Injuries to several key players, including Dom Moselle and Frank Pozcga. hampered States offensive maneuvers. and the only bright spot in the whole encounter was the “Doc" West to Ted Thomas pass combination that netted the Jackets two scores. The final count was 28 to 19 in favor of the Indians who went on to win a share of the conference title.
Two blocked kicks, coupled with heavy rains, added up to the Yellowjackct’s second defeat of
Win Loss Tie Percentage
La Crosse .. 5 1 0 .834
Stevens Point . .. 5 1 0 .834
Stout .. 5 1 0 .834
Milwaukee 3 2 1 .583
Whitewater .. 3 2 1 .583
Eau Claire 3 3 0 .500
Superior .. 2 4 0 .333
Oshkosh ... 2 4 0 .333
Plattc illc 0 0 0 .000
River Falls 0 0 0 .000
the year at the hands of the Oshkosh Titans. "Whitcy” Wilson scored State’s lone touchdown in this 13 to 7 defeat, but later in the game this star halfback received an injury that sidelined him for the rest of the season. Mike Hcnnessy and Steve Mrdjonovich turned in a top notch job of ball carrying for the home team.
The Ycllowjackets next traveled to Stevens Point. Leading 7 to 6, with a minute left to play, the Jackets saw victory hopes fade when the Pointers pushed across their winning touchdown from the one foot line.
Win Homecoming Battle
The Superior State homecoming win tradition was preserved when the Ycllowjackets tipped the Falcons from River Falls 9 to 6 on a soggy and snowy Gates field. Dom Moselle scored State’s touchdown and Don Polglasc added the extra point. Superior's other two points came as a result of a safety, following a beautiful kick by ace fullback Wally DeBruync that stopped on the River Falls one yard line. The Falcon running attack was held to next to nothing by the work of the Jacket line with Clarence Bugne. Bob Ebli and Keith Svee doing fine work in rock-an-sock-cm department.
The men from State dropped below the .500 mark in conference standings as they were drubbed by Stout Institute to the tune of 35 to 19. The Yellowjacket scores came as a result of a run by Moselle and two nay off passes by West, one to Kallio and another to Moselle. Bob "Bear" Brown and Mike Galgan did Spartan work for the Jackets, both on offense and defense. The SSC eleven enjoyed a comfortable lead until late in the second half when their phenomenal tough luck record caught up with them and the Blue Devils pushed across three quick tallies.
Galgan Injured at .Mankato
The first non-conference loss of the season was handed to the State squad by the Mankato Teachers college eleven. Mike Galgan. veteran end and outstanding defensive quarterback, was cut out of any further action with a back injury. Dom Moselle" scored twice for the Yellowjackets during the 32 to 13 setback. The first tally came on a 50 yard run and the second on a pass from West.
In the season’s finale, the Jackets were edged out by a powerful UMD squad by the margin of 33-27. The men from across the bay had things their own way during the first half of the encounter, with the Bull Dogs gathering in 27 points while Wally DcBruyne made State's only counter on a five yard plunge. A last quarter scoring spree by the Yellowjackets fell just short of the desired victory. Moselle and Bob Salani racked up six points apiece for state on runs in the last eight minutes, and Bob Mereier fulfilled the “lineman’s dream” by recovering a UMD fumble in the end zone for the final Superior score.
PAT Touch- downs Total Points
Moselle 0 8 48
Wilson I) 3 18
Thomas 0 3 18
West 0 3 18
Polglasc 11 0 11
Kallio 0 1 G
DcBruyne 0 1 G
Rainaldo 0 1 6
Sclani 0 1 6
Mereier 0 1 6
Matthews 2 0 2
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13 22 1451949-50 Basketball Record
Own Score Opponent Opp. Score 56 °La Crosse STC 53
66 Bethel College 45 60 •River Falls STC 86
52 Macalestcr College 50 64 •Stout Institute 61
47 Augsburg College 46 54 U. of Minn. (Duluth) 55
53 •Stout Institute 46 61 •Eau Claire STC 50
54 St. John’s University 47 50 Bern id ji STC 37
60 •Eau Claire STC 60 51 •Whitewater STC 67
39 South Dakota Slate 44 49 •Milwaukee STC 60
51 St. Cloud STC 55 50 St. John's University 47
44 Macalestcr College 48 40 •La Crosse STC 60
59 Bern id ji STC 50 39 •River Falls STC 58
19 •Platlcvillc STC 59 65 U of Minn. (Duluth) 63
58 •Stevens Point STC 44 •Indicates Conference Gaines
First Row—Fred Walker. Jim Whittier. Cone Omerniek. Hub Dodge. Milt Krxnarlch.
Second Row—Leonard Flegc. manager. Ken Lcland. Don Polgtasc. Karl Moravek. Ken Nelson. Wayne Smith, manager. Third Row—Jack Collins. Jim Ralnaldo. Jim Lucas. Dick Sample. Bill Lee. Dorn Moselle. Walt West.Basketball 1949-50
Again this year, as last, Superior State’s cage team began their season with a streak of wins. Coach Leo DiMarco’s lads went six straight games without dropping a tilt before they were finally downed by South Dakota State during the Christmas vacation. From that point on the season was a give and take affair with the Jackets ending with a record of 14 wins, 10 losses.
Although the season schedule in 1949-50 was lengthened by two tilts to a 24 game roster. State still played only 12 conference contests and from that number emerged with a split record of six wins and six loses. That standing placed them in the middle of the conference ratings.
State will be minus the back line combination of Dorn Mo'cllc and Milt Krznarich next
season but the showing made by the reserves in the past season indicates that there will be an ample supply of material to fill that gap. But. unless some lanky freshman or transfers appear next year DiMarco will still be handicapped with a comparatively short ball club.
Even though the percentage of wins and losses barely managed to stay above water at .583, SSC fans were in agreement that the season was a successful one. The Yellow jackets scored ten field goals more than their foes but mi-sed the hcop from the charity line. State tallied a total of 1,278 points, only 13 less than their fees, or an average of about one half a point less per game. The Jackets won six games by less than four points while dropping four by less than five points. All which offers decisive proof of the fact that the 1949-50 cage campaign was a hard, close, and successful one.
Player FG FT PF TP GP
Omernik, Gene 111 70 105 292 24
Walker, Derrick 78 81 86 237 24
Moselle, Dom 74 46 58 194 24
Krznarich. Milt 59 48 75 166 24
Dodge, Hubert 41 34 47 116 14
Whittier, Jim 31 37 44 99 24
West, Walter 26 21 39 73 20
Morrissettc, Ed 11 14 27 36 10
Polglase, Don 13 1 6 27 16
Lucas. Jim . 4 4 9 12 9
Beling. Ray . 3 5 21 11 8
Rainaldo, Jim . 3 3 10 9 9
Lee, Bill 1 1 9 3 9
Lcland, Ken 1 0 2 2 3
Collins, Jack . 0 1 1 1 1
Hennessy. Mike . 0 0 0 0 1
Sample. Dick . 0 0 0 0 1
Moravek. Carl . 0 0 0 0 1
Matye, Duane 0 0 0 0 1
SSC Team Totals 456 366 532 1278 24
Opp’s Team Totals 446 399 542 1291 24
Item Won Lost Pet.
All games .. .. 14 10 .583
Conference Games .. . 6 6 .500
On Home Court . .. .. 9 4 .692
On Opp's Court 5 6 .455
Item SSC Opponent
Avc. FG Per Game 19 18.6
Ave. Pts. Per Game ... 52.9 53.9
Free Throw Attempts 655 639
Free Throws Made 366 399
Free Throw Percentage ... .559 .628
Personal Fouls 532 542
Ave. PF Per Game 22.1 22.6INTRAMURAL PROGRAM
The 1949-’50 Intramural sports program at SSC again reached out to include a great variety of activities and to admit all students who dc-sired to participate. As always, stress was placed on the fact that anyone and everyone, except the members of varsity sports squads, was invited and encouraged to take part in the schedule.
Athletic Director Leo DiMarco. together with his assistants in both the men's and women's sports divisions, put forth a schedule of activities ranging over the fields of basketball, soft-ball. badminton, table tennis and volley ball. In all catagories the competition was tough and the champions produced were truly the best In their brackets within the college walls.
The Athletic department again stressed the fact that the sports facilities of the college were open to all students who wished to make use of them and every effort was made to include the favorite sports of the majority in the program. The response to the program was highly commendable thus prompting the department to consider a carry-over of the entire schedule, with possible additions, to next year's calendar of extra-curricular activities.
Team Won Lost Pet.
Raiders .. .. 9 0 1.000
Fighting Irish .. . .... 7 2 .778
Big 8 Bailers .. . .. 7 2 .778
Hamm's Shorties 5 4 .556
Duds 5 4 .556
BTO’s 4 ' 5 .444
Fex Fraternity . .. 3 6 .333
Apostles . .. 3 6 .333
Optimists . 2 7 .222
Delta Rythmns 0 9 .000
The Superior State Intramural basketball program evolved around two ten team leagues again this year. In the American loop the Raiders emerged with the season crown by virtue of an unmarred record of nine wins and no losses. The National league also produced an unbeaten club. The Old Men took every one of their eight starts.
In the post-season playoffs the hard-fighting, sharpshooting Old Men captured three games without meeting defeat and thus garnered the school championship honors for themselves. In the final tilt they worked a 34-22 win over the previously unbeaten Raiders of the American circuit. In quarter-finals play the Oldsters downed the Hamm's Shorties quintet of the American league 37-25 and in the semi-finals they beat the strong Campus Christians of their own league 47-30. Under their playing manager George Barron the Old Men won a total of eleven games without meeting defeat.
Members of the Old Men's Intramural championship squad were Barron, playing manager. John Milokna, Joe Raykovich, John Hcnnes«y, Don Moriarity, Lloyd Wcstcrback, Maurice Hen-ncssy, Wally DeBruync. Ivor Bergstrom, and Louis Kubalek. Many of these members were on the Old Men aggregations of the past two years which reached the finals in the tourney but never, until this season, managed to take the crown.
Team Won Lost Pet.
Old Men .. .. 8 0 1.000
Schooners .. .. 7 1 .875
Moc's Maulers 5 3 .625
Stags .... 5 3 .625
Campus Christians 5 3 .625
Neal House .. .. 3 5 .375
Down Staters .. 2 6 .250
Calvert's Missionaries .... 2 6 .250
Midgets 2 6 .250
Whoozits 1 7 .125
For the second consecutive year the All-Nations tournament was dominated by the Sham-rockets. This group of cage-wise Irishmen bettered their tourney record of last year by breezing through the entire meet without a defeat. In the 1949 affair the Shamrockets were beaten once and forced to stage a comeback in order to eapturc the crown.
In this year's tourney the Rockets worked their way into the finals without too much trouble but there were confronted with a game
squad of Polish-Scandinavians. The Wearers of the Green managed to best their finals foes in an overtime period, 44-43.
Members of the championship squad were John Hcnnessy, Mike Hcnnossy. Maurice Hcn-nessy. Gene O'Brien. John Collins. Don Moriarity. Lcn Fiegc and Bill Grimsrud. The governing rule of the meet is that team rosters must be composed of individuals who have at least one parent of the particular racial stock.INTKA.Ml KAI. CAGK CHAMPS: )LI» MK OF NATIONAL LKAOl'PKilinear T
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DODGE WAITS. O.MKKNIK G It ATrainer Phil Arlauiky, Athletic Director Leo DIMarco Football Coach Mark Dean. Boxing Coach John Knnl
Superior State’s four-man athletic coaching staff, working together and as individuals, again produced a record of which students, faculty and alumni may well be proud. In as much as no school expects a championship squad every year the SSC fans can honestly feel their team came through with a successful season. The various Yellowjacket squads consistently put forth a top flight brand of competition for their foes to contend with and always showed the desired "fight to the finish" spirit.
Rounding out two years as athletic director and head basketball coach at State, Leo Di-Marco turned in a year of hard work and earnest endeavor toward building successful teams. DiMarco, together with his staff, produced excellent programs in both the varsity and intramural fields. If the ability of a team can in any way be judged by the caliber of the op|x -sition it meets then State’s clubs were among the best. In attempting to present a better program to the public DiMarco increased both football and basketball schedules, dropping some teams and adding others. These alterations met with the approval of the fans and raised the standard of sports at SSC in the eyes of all. Given the time and cooperation which are essential DiMarco is almost certain to produce a top flight team in future years at Superior State.
The Yellowjacket Boxing squad, under the direction of John Ennis, produced State’s sole championship record during the 1949-’50 period. Ennis' miners copped the team championship of the Northwest Intercollegiate Boxing tournament for the third consecutive season by taking five of the nine titles which were contested. This accomplishment was fitting tribute to the close of 15 years service to SSC by mentor Ennis.
Despite a never ending battle against the forces of hard luck Football Coach Mark Dean earned praise from many corners for his accomplishments with the 19-19 grid squad. Dean's second year at SSC was climaxed with the loss of the greater part of his first string material, thus leaving a big job for the mentor when he returns next season.
Phil Arlausky came through with his in-dispensible aid in all athletic departments again during the past year. Phil's duties as trainer, freshman grid coach and tutor of the younger athletic set at McCaskil! provide a thoroughness to the school’s athletic program which is greatly appreciated by all. His work in both varsity and intramural sports circles deserves praise far beyond that which has so far been offered.
Flrtl Row- Ernie Rrpccki. Duane Swanbcrg. Pal Lally. James Johnson. Ed Hiegins. Jim McCarthy.
Second Row—Jim Cox. Norberl Daley. Ronald Nelson. Leroy Anderson .Coach John Ennis. Tom Aschbachcr. Gene Plummer. Don Sodcrbcrg. Manager Ted Frcymlllcr.
SSC GOLDEN GLOVES 125 lb.—Pal Lally d. John McCarty 135 lb.—Jim Cox d. Duane Swanbcrg 145 lb.—Ernie Rzpccki d. Don-Sodcrbcrg 150 lb.—Tom Aschbachcr d. Glenn Landin 165 lb.—Bob Longline d. Gene Plummer 165 lb.—James O. Johnson d. Ron Nelson 175 lb.—Norbcrt Daley d. James L. Johnson Hwt. Div.—Leroy Anderson d. Bob Welle
125 lb.—Pal Lally, SSC d. Ray Blum. Bcmidji
130 lb.—Duane Swanbcrg. SSC d. Cal Lennox. Bcmidji
135 lb.—John Plattncr. Bcmidji d. Jim Cox. SSC
145 lb.—Ernie Rzpccki. SSC d. Dick Nlonbcrg. Bemidji
150 lb.—Don Sodcrbcrg. SSC d. Jim Almending-cr, Bemidji
160 lb.—James O. Johnson. SSC d. Duane Welle. Bemidji
165 lb.—Norberl Daley. SSC d. Ed Vinji,
170 lb.—Tom Aschbachcr. SSC d. Remold Chase. Bcmidji
Hwl. Div.—Leroy Anderson. SSC d. Bill Robertson. Bcmidji
125 lb.—Pal Lally. SSC. d. John Simmons, Mich.
135 lb.—John Zak, Mich., d. Duane Swanbcrg.
Exhibition—Norberl Daley, SSC. vs. Bruce Shanner. Mich.
Exhibition—Don Soderberg. SSC. vs. Tom Asch-bacher, SSC
150 lb.—Bill Molzny, Mich., d. Jim McCarthy, SSC
155 lb.—Bob Collins Mich., d. Ernie Rzpccki. SSC
165 lb.—Don Wolf. Mich., d. James O. Johnson, SSC
165 lb.—Mel Koenders. Mich., d. Ed Higgins. SSCmmm
Fifteen years of boxing at Superior Stale were rounded out this season with John Ennis, the instructor who took over at the inaguration of the program, still at the department’s helm. In his decade and one half at State Ennis has lost only five dual meets. Ennis had the satisfaction of seeing his 1950 squad cop the Northwest Tournament’s team championship for the third consecutive year.
Superior began this year's boxing program with a crowd pleasing card of Intramural Golden Gloves matches. Sixteen SSC milters vied for the Gloves in that meet with several of last year’s champs staging successful defenses of their titles. As usual the 1950 Golden Gloves affair was staged before an overflowing crowd in the SSC gym.
In their first dual meet of the year the Superior State lads trounced the glovers from Bemidji STC by an eight to one score. Although the win was a comparatively easy one for the Ennis squad the visiting Beaver milters gave notice that their school's boxing program is improving considerably as it gains more of the much needed experience.
State was able to schedule only one other dual match during the season. For that event they traveled to Houghton, Michigan, to take on the squad from Michigan Tech. Tech took the heavy end of the scoring in this meet and the SSC boys were handed their only defeat of the year.
State’s Boxing prowess was bolstered considerably when the Yellowjacket contenders took five of the nine titles which were contested in the Seventh Annual Northwest Collegiate boxing tournament. Runner-up school in this event, the University of Wisconsin, took only two crowns while the remaining two were split between the University of Minnesota and Michigan Tech. The tourney ran two nights again this year with a total of 25 bouts being carded.
Instructor John Ennis rounded out the year by taking SSC's top welterweight contender, Don Soderberg, to the national NCAA tourney, held this year at Penn State in Pittsburgh. Pa. Soderberg was winner of the Golden Gloves and Northwest titles in the 145-pound division. At Penn State Don failed to get past the quarterfinals but lost on a split decision. Don. a Sophomore is expected to be back for further ring duty at SSC next season.
165 lb.—Ed Higgins. Superior, d. Duane Welte, Bemidji
165 lb—Bob Collins. Mich. Tech. d. Vearl Nelson. Moorhead
165 lb.—Perry Turgcon. U. of Minn., d. Bill Jefferson. Bemidji
175 lb.—Tom Aschbacher, Superior, d. Jack Dooley. U. of Wis.
130 lb.—Pat Lally, Superior, d. Joe Branks, U. of Wis.
135 lb.—Mill Jacobson, U. of Minn., d. Duane Swanberg, Superior
145 lb.—Don Soderberg. Superior, d. Ernie Wer-rem, U. of Wis.
145 lb.—Charles Amodeo. U. of Minn., d. Morion Dawson, Moorhead
150 lb.—Ernie Rzpecki, Superior, d. Bill Martin. Moorhead
150 lb.—Harvey Stewart. Moorhead, d. Dick Wallinder, U. of Minn.
155 lb.—Jim McCarthy. Superior, d. Lloyd Nelson, U. of Wis.
155 lb.—Jerry Hanratly. U. of Minn., d. Bill Motzny, Mich. Tech
165 lb.—Bob Collins. Mich. Tech. d. Ed Higgins. Superior
165 lb.—Perry Turgeon, U. of Minn., d. Bill Jefferson. Bemidji
175 lb.—Norbert Daley. Superior, d. Don Wolf, Mich. Tech
175 lb.—Gerald Meath. U. of Wis.. d. Tom Aschbacher. Superior
125 lb.—Bob O'Ryan. U. of Minn., d. Lcland Schultz. U. of Wis.
130 lb.—Pat Lally. Superior, d. Cal Lennox, Bemidji
135 lb.—Pat Ryan. U. of Wis., d. Milt Jacobson. U. of Minn.
145 lb.—Don Soderberg. Superior, d. Charles Amodeo. U. of Minn.
150 lb.—Ernie Rzpccki Superior, d. Harvey Stewart. Bemidji
155 lb.—Jim McCarthy. Superior, d. Jerry Han-ratty, U. of Minn.
165 lb.—Bob Collins. Mich. Tech. d. Perry Turgeon. U. of Minn.
175 lb.—Gerald Meath, U. of Wis.. d. Norbert Daley, Superior
Hwl. Div.—Leroy Anderson. Superior, d. Gordon Kowing, U. of Wis.
F»r»t Row—Sue William . Barbara Bone. Charlotte Kilboum.
5JCOIV1 Row—Marseuerite Hartman. Ruth Lundberg. Shirley Moberg. Audrey Holtcn.
Third Row—Roianne Schulz. Cwcncth Letter. Beulah Formcll. Marian Sampson. Marilyn Pellcrln.
fourth Row—Dorothy McKee. Esther Soper. Marlon Peterson. Louis Isaacson. Betty Smith. Alice Brooks, nernice Anderson.
Women’s Athletic Association
The Women’s Athletic Association, whose purpose is "to promote and stimulate an interest in recreational sports, and to encourage a spirit of good fellowship and good sportsmanship,” enjoyed as always a successful year during 1949-50.
In addition to the activities they already partake in, such as, basketball volleyball, badminton, table tennis, speedball, softball, shuffle board, bowling, and rifle shootings they have added golf.
According to the W. A. A. Constitution, "every woman student at SSC is automatically a member" of the group and "becomes active on participation in activities sponsored by the organization.”
Active members are awarded W. A. A. monograms, while a block "S" is given any member who participates in 12 sports and attends a minimum of two thirds of the meetings held in connection with the IS activities sponsored by the association.
Officers for the year were:
.. MARGUERITE HARTMAN
.... MAE EDGETTE BARBARA BONG _ DORIS OLSON ESTHER LoROWE
Winning nn'knlloll S |ii.-u!W. A. A. Bowling Champions . . .
N2i,“r£S?l ta Plct'ure- Ru’th McKenzie'113"'8, J°a" Ma“nlc- R1,a ™' r. Marguerite Hartman. Marlin Peterson
Eileen Peterman. Barbara Bom;
Phyllix Lemlesz. Marilyn Pellerln
S. S. C. Cheerleaders . . .Bob Merrier and Marilyn Klang miw during their skllnt: holiday In view the panoramic wonder of the Mont dti I.nc Ski Comer.
Carole Borge leads group of college ski enthusiasts toward ski tow at base of giant 1.300 foot Mont du Lac slope. Chalet for the skiers is in background.
College skiers watch Jack Murphy. Mont du Lac ki expert, demonstrate some trick of the sport. Looking on arc Kathleen Bcrtolonc. Violet Ebll. Shirley Moberg and Carole Borge.
Jack Hannan and Roger Essen help Marge Essen up to the kl tow.
DRAMA OF REGISTRATION—FRKSHMKN EXAMS.
FACULTY GET REGISTRATION PROCEDUREFIRST LINK IN THE CHAIN OF REGISTRATION
SCIENCE INSTRUCTORS PLEADING THEIR CAUSE
mm— Al.l. TIIKSK AND .MOKE TOO
VETERANS SIGN WITH DEAN ANDERSONPROCESSIONAL BEGINS FALL CONVOCATION
IN VEILING OF PORTRAIT OF FORMER PRESIDENT McCASKILI
HOMECOMING—ALPHA KAPPA SKIT.
LAMBDA DELTA CUPS -SKIRTING" FOR VOTESHOMECOMING ROYALTY—QUEEN MARILYN KLANG AND KiNG HARRY WILSON
ROYALTY ON PARADECORONATION OF ROYAL TARTY
KING AND QUEEN AND THEIR COURT.»4 A
MERRY-GO-ROUND FLOAT WINS FOR DELTA SIGMA
DAISIES TELL FOR GAMMA l’lll EPSILON
COMMITTEE LUNCHES AT PRESS CONFERENCE
IT HAPPENED ONE NIGHT—REMEMBER?WELL. WHERE IS THIS GUY BOB HOPE
BOB HOPE IN PERSON ON OlIR CAMPUSMR. CHRISTIANSON DEMONSTRATES FOR FRESHMEN.
FRESHMEN BOYS LEND HELFING HAND
DATES AND EVENTS FROM DR. McKEE
INDUSTRIAL ARTS WITH MR. WRIGHT(ilTCHIK STAFF HARD AT WORK
.MISS WILSON EXPLAINSCORPS SPONSORS ALICE HASSARI) ANI) .MARILYN HANSON
•SOT. JACOBSON EXPLAINS AIR TACTICS.KOTC DRILL TEAM
ROTC DKl'.M AND BCGLK COUPS
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- — -- --Me FAR UN DANCES AI.ONE
BACKSTAGE DURING "THE RIVALS
THE RIVALS" CAST PAUSES FOR PICTURELABURNUM GROVE” IN REHEARSAL.
YOU AND YOUR FILTHY LUCRE
■MiiiFACULTY RECEPTION—CANDLELIGHT PROCESSION
FACULTY WATCH PROCESSION
RECEPTION I.INE AT CKOWNHAKT
FACULTY PAUSES FOR TEAAMONG THE FACULTY PRESENT.
STUDENTS ENTERTAIN WITH ORIGINAL SKITLDC'S CATER TO SWEET TOOTH
MEN'S STAG—THE GANG'S ALL HEREHKOO.MKAI.I, AND SKINNED SHINS
ALL FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,STEAKS FOK STARS.
MOKE STEAKS. MORE STARS.LACROSSE GAME— DOM MOSELLE BREAKS AWAY
STEVENS POINT BATTLE: DOC WEST IN THE OPENWELL. BETTER LI CK NEXT TIME.MESSIAH SOLOIST: AUDREY THAEMERT.
NEW HARP FOR SSC
MESSIAH SOLOISTS PERFORM IN ASSEMBLY■fiftcaififi
MESSIAH GOES TO BARRON—THE TRIP DOWN
HOMEWARD BOUND.LAST MINUTE PRIMPING
SPRUCING AND TUNINGValley Brook Farm Creamery
Dial 8531 902 Belknap
IllO'tl Ilwtflv . - SvHfitr.a.s.
The Store for Young Men
featuring "Botany 500”—Tailored by Daroff
For famous brand names you know and see advertised in leading Magazines!V I c
has bound books for many years and knows how.
Superior Book Bindery
710 Winter Street.
Hoard of Trade Building 1505 Tower Ave. Superior, Wis.
HARDWARE. FURNITURE AND SPORTING GOODS
Comer 6th and Tower
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
We Supply All Sewing Needs 1216 Tower Ave. Dial 6851
In Beginning and Advanced Sewing
A little savings and a little education can be dangerous
KVFIt STOP SAVING........
NEVER STOP LEARNING . . .
IS A FORMULA FOR SIJCUESS
First National Bank
Since 1887 822 Tower Member F D I CCompliments of ?ord Jiopkins Co. World’s Finest Drug Stores Phone 2-1211 1221 Tower Ave. Superior,VVis. Milton M. Hinz Scott William.sou COMPLIMENTS Ellis Plumbing Heating Company Plumbing Shop On Wheels "We Carry Everything With Us" Superior. Wis. - 1414 Belknap St.
You Can Find— The best in light lunches and finest selection of bake goods AT Federal Bakery 1116 Tower Avenue Dial 5883 6 Phones—5551 Berthiaume’s GROCERIES. MEATS, and OUR OWN BAKING 1415-1417-1419 Tower Avenue Superior, Wisconsin
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T ★ Serving You ★ Serving the Community ★ Serving the Nation HE EVENING TELEGRAM ALLOUEZ MARINE SUPPLY COMPANY For Fine Service ☆ DIAL 5567 WE CARRY . . . A Complete Line of School Supplies Come in and inspect our moderately priced, high quality merchandise THE M.D. McLean Stores 1120 Belknap Street 2208 East Fifth Street
The Store For College Men Rookey Transfer Company COAL - COKE - BRIQUETS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Since 1912 1813 Belknap Dial 3939
AKKUw bMIKIb “ -
Compliments Of Wisconsin Typewriter Co. Rental Typewriters and Dealers in L. C. SMITH and CORONA TYPEWRITERS 1306 Tower Avc. Dial 6901 COMPLIMENTS OF WOLD Tailors Cleaners
COMPLIMENTS OF Compliments of
C1 Braham Granite
bupenor Works, Inc.
Wtneral Directors Designers and Manufacturers of
Association CUSTOM BUILT MEMORIALS
MARKERS and MAUSOLEUMS
Superior . . . Wisconsin 1612 Tower Avenue 'Vacation 7i tte
Spend part of your summer vacation in the fine lake region of Northern Minnesota.
The Missabe Road reaches many of these localities.
Call the Duluth Union
Depot for fares and service.
Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range Railway Company
1714 NORTH I2TH STREET
PRINTERS OF THE 1948. 1949 AND 1950 SUPERIOR STATE COLLEGE GITCHE GUMEE
Compliments to the Class of '50
DISTINCTIVE PORTRAITS COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Milford Merg’s Studio
1509 Tower Ave. Dial 5261Superior s Largest and Most Modern Drydeaning Plant
CLEANERS - DYERS - FURRIERS
DIAL 6685 CORNER HAMMOND and BELKNAP
•WHEN HOLZBERGS CLEAN IT - - IT S C-L-E-A-N"
BRIDGEMAN’S . . .
$ " i.MTAIKJ CPDVir F
1106 Belknap Street
FURNITURE - RUGS APPLIANCES
6rattii itapi C
HOUSE FURNISHING C0.4?
BELKNAP AT OGDEN
DeVinck-Madsen Pontiac Cadillac Co.
1601-05 Broadway Phone 4642
Dry Cleaning . . .
GIVE US A CALL
Dial 5565 Ogden Near 13th
l lJialitnuiH j
HOUSE OF FLOWERS
1.107 Tower Avenue Dial 6581
Superior National Bank
Established 1897 East End
Superior, WisconsinMotor Inn, Inc.
Nash Sales Service
Body Fender Straightening Wheel Aligning Balancing
Complete Automotive Service 24 Hour Wrecker Service
J2th and Ogden Dial 8003
For Complete Satisfaction Send II' To—
CAREFUL CLEAN ER8
1116 BELKNAP DIAL 9011
Cash and Carry Service
The Vogue Bootery
"YOUR SHOE STORE FOR 31 YEARS”
1218 Tower Avenue
CLYDE B. THOMAS, Prop. Commercial Printing 1820 N. 12th Street Superior, Wis.
E. O. Thompson
The Store of Quality and Service
We carry at all times a complete line of Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES
1422 Tower Avc.
Marsh Me Lennan of Wisconsin, Inc.
W. R. Bolton, Ass’t. Vice President
1222 TOWER AVE.
Jj RtCULAR CR.n7 I| I
Fagerlin Fuel Company
Coal 8 Wood Shell Fuel Oil
Automatic Heating Equipment
6th Baxter SuperiorEverything for Building
Use our complete building service
1808 Tower Dial 6461
In Superior for Fine Furniture and Appliances its .
Store far 't o-.hca
. . beautifully exquisite
1213 Tower Avenue
Publishers and Printers
Oldest Finnish-American Daily
Sub-Agcncy for the SWEDISH AMERICAN LINE
601-603 Tower Avenue Dial 4%1
you ya— 'ZV ateven you da—
To do well
You must see well!
Provide your eyes with plenty of good lighting for every seeing task!
Sctfienivi tutci 'Pocven, famficutyPlay Refreshed ... Have A Coke
Before the game, during the game, after the game, a frosty bottle of ice-cold Coca-Cola is so refreshing.
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Company of Superior
Baggage and Parcels to All Parts of Superior and Duluth
Superior and Duluth Transfer Co.
911 Tower Avenue Dial 4471
Community Drug Store
714 Tower Ave. Dial 3763
Luggage and Jewelry
728 Tower Avenue
ASHBYS’ TOWER FLORAL
Bonded Member of F. T. D.
Kelly Furniture Company
1302 Tower Ave. Dial 9232
SMART YOUTHFUL FASHIONS
1402 Tower Ave.
O. E DUNN CO.
1414 Belknap St. Dial 9461Community Savings Bank
Big enough to serve you Small enough to know you
"Try the Cheerful Service”
Tu verson Service Station
Expert Automobile Handling Fuel Oil Deliveries Washing and Greasing Jobs
Belknap and Cummings Dial 8621
Lignell’s Rexall Drug
“Your Friendly Store”
1022 Tower Avenue Dial 8553
Superior Motors, Inc.
BUICK SALES AND SERVICE
1705 Tower Ave. Dial 2 2171 Superior, Wisconsin
VEEDOL MOTOR OIL TYDOL GASOLINE Visit Any Northwestern Service Station and Get
"SERVICE WITH A SMILE"
EVERYONE LOVES TO EAT OUT Try Our Delicious Meals and Our Home Made Ice Cream Open Evenings and Sunday
1316 BELKNAP ST.
— ACROSS FROM COURT HOUSE
(?OKyiatui ztian fo t e
Class of '50
May Furniture Company
"EVERYTHING TOR THE HOME”
1713 BELKNAP STREET DIAL 4133LARSON
J I . .
1414-20 Ogden Avenue. Su| erior, Wis.
MEATS - GROCERIES BAKERY
1202-04 Belknap Street SHOP HERE FOR FINE FOODS Dial 4461-2-3
Frisco Cleaners and Shoe Repair Shop
Shoes Repaired Odorless Dry Cleaning and Pressing
Our work is our best advertisement
1426 Tower Avenue
‘‘Stop for Service .
for service never stops"
Belknap at Grand
We were glad to have had a part in the publishing of the 1950 Gitche Gurnee
R. D. HANDY, Inc.
30 East Superior St. Duluth, MinnesotaOur 41st Year at 7th an J 1 ower
Quality Clothes for Men and Boys
SEVENTH AND TOWER
Home of RUSSELL’S Finer Food Products
MILK “country fresh”.
Homogenized Vitamin “D” — Golden Guernsey Whipping Cream—Butter —Buttermilk
Half Half—Salad Sour Cream — Creamed Cottage Cheese — Chocolate Drink—'
National Bank of Commerce
A Friendly Bank for all your banking needs
MEMBER: Fed. Dep. Ins. Corp.
Russell Creamery Company
1625 Broadway Visitors always WelcomeIVoplos Drug Store 1124 Belknap Street Fiisl End Drug Store 2131 East 5th Street J. A. CRIMSRUD A. C. HAUGEN, Prop. ☆ Jf you dou 't know drugs-know your 'Druggist! ART ERICKSON’S Super Service Station "Where Friends and Service Meet” Belknap and Grand Dial 9944 SAVE IN A SAVINGS BANK Home Mortgage Loans The Workers' Mutual Savings Bank Member FDIC 802 Towei Ave. Superior, Wisconsin
Sales and Service LOUIS G. HOWATT
1527 Tower Ave. JEWELER
Phone 6952 1425 Tower Avenue
Motorola Home £5 Car Radios
CITY MARKET Superior Floral
HENRY COHEN, PROP. Company
Quality Groceries and Meats
★ "SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
Corner 11th and Tower Dial 445.? 1416 Tower Avenue Dial 2-1432Cooperation ecfiuatd The Golden Rule
Cooperation is an ideal. Operating a cooperative is putting into practice the Golden Rule principle that men can work together to make a better world.
Successful cooperatives are a practical demonstration that men CAN live together in peace and in understanding.
Cooperatives make you a partner with your neighbor in the most "common-sense" kind of business in the world. As owners of a cooperative business you assume the rights of ownership as well as its responsibilities . . . including the responsibility to cooperate in all efforts to further the prosperity of the community.
Central Cooperative Wholesale
It Will Pay You ....
to inquire about the educational opportunities at
SUPERIOR STATE COLLEGE
llcginnina this summer
GRADUATE WORK will be offered leading to a Master of Education degree
2. and 4 year teacher training programs
Four year Liberal Arts degree programs
Preprofessional programs for many fields of study
Write for information
The Dean of Instruction
SUPERIOR STATE COLLEGE
Superior. WisconsinCOM HA Ti'LA TiO.XS to the CLASS OF 10,10 For Hard Building Materials. Fuel and Long-Distance Hauling . . SEE Northern Supply Fuel Co. 809 Winter Street Dial 3832 The Telegram Job Shop Over 54 Years of Printing Service The Most Modern and Largest Commercial Printing Plant in Upper Wisconsin Evening Telegram Bldg. Dial 4411
Chi-Namel Capitol Candy
PAINTS AND VARNISHES
Amundson Products Co. and Tea Rooms, Inc.
816 21st Ave. East. CHICRAS BROS.
Phone 8579 Wholesale Only 1114 Tower Ave. Superior, Wis
Compliments of Stack Brothers, Inc.
WISCONSIN PLUMBING HEATING
STATE BANK CONTRACTORS
Member of Federal Deposit 1718 WINTER STREET
Insurance Corporation Superior. Wisconsin
worn by Bingham Hardware Co.
SUPERIOR In Superior Since 1888
Furnished by 1011 Tower Ave.
Nelson Knitting Mills Co.
210S W. Superior St, Superior. Wisconsin
Duluth. Minn. A Combination That Makes For The Tops In Performance and Economy COOLERATOR and ICE COMPLIMENTS OF KARI GARAGE STUDEBAKER SALES and SERVICE
☆ 1002 Ogden Ave. Dial 2-3343
For Parties Use Ice Cubes or Sized Ice Superior Ice Fuel Company Dial 3282 Office. 1517 Tower Clemens Agency INSURANCE REAL ESTATE - LOANS ☆ 1717 WINTER STREET
Benson Electric Company Selden’s Inc. Meats. Groceries B Hardware ☆
CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS Two Phones: Dial 5518 5833 Tower Avenue
GENERAL ELECTRIC For Quality Furniture
★ 3rd B Grand Avc. Dial 5548 Lurye Furniture 1208 Tower Ave. Dial 4040THE CITY OF SUPERIOR
Congratulations and Best Wishes
SSC Graduates of 1950
Superior has been proud to serve as host to you students during your successful years at the college.
May we extend our best wishes for your every success in the future.
resident Kicliard Wheaton tleorge Kriekson Henry Skudstad L. S . Hagen ICdward DeBroek H. W. Brace. |r.
Koliert 1C. HauinlHTger. City Manut er
K. 1C. McKeagne.
(ieorge 1). Flynn.
For the Most for Your Money
No other means of public transportation offers so much for so little.-
No other is safer, more economical, and more all - weather dependable.
Duluth-Superior Bus Co.All the world's .1 stage.
Ami all the men and women morels plovers Ihey have their exits and their entrances. And one man in his time plays many parts
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