University of Wisconsin Whitewater - Minneiska Yearbook (Whitewater, WI)

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O Y I ii i 1 Yll I " ill SCHOOL ther is wliicli sitteth on a hille Wher men can get oi' knowledge all their iille. For here are teachers of the highest classe ' And thereto goon ful many a lad a11d lasse For in September h-ere from meny a land they wende Their erring minds and faul-ty thoughts to monde. And welcom-ed are 'they here ful heartily By President and all the dames and menne Who filleth up the row of Faculty. And ther-eto do these smile and shake the handc, For they are glad to add IIQXV students to their bande Whitewater is tl1e school, as you dar kenne. A manne there is who is both talle and thinne, Alla whan you look you will beginne To marvel how 'hiim grew so tall, and whan Him sp-eaketh, evenchon sifts up with open ey, For what this great 1112111 liste that must be. Full wys he looks and many a prys has wonne For scholarship and bookes a score y-donne, For of the school he's president, y-eleped Salisbury. And the are 'teachers here both wise and merry. Of gentlemen and ladies halt a score, Well versed each in his own lore. Of students, too, th-ere are a goodly tliron g,' And ev'ry morn they sing a solemn songg lVel1 minden they each belle and gong, And daily study hard and long. For although hard w-oi-11 is not their del i glrt. Full well they con their- lessons and endite Essays war and wys. 'Each tries to please Instructors ' all and heed well their decrees. And when, their school days o'er, the Seniors go, Sad parting r-ends their hearts, and so In after years they think of days y-gone ' And through the mist of n1e1n'ry, one by one, They see familiar faces of old fri-ends, And times by-gone come troo-ping back and s-end Oer them a yearning for their school days old, And fancy paints wi-th heartless touch a11d cold Each loved place, each room, each well known hall, The campus broad, the ivy on the wall And hearts with longing deep y-lille' For well they love the school upon the' hille. ' Apologies to Chaucer. 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K, iff 52 ZqQ,fff0WL , . flue?- W Jamal C7 ff 7 CL nfl., .ZZJ , W" 7fQWf WZW H! fwfwflvwamq X2 5 ffmffg W Zim ,fm?. ,L , , . 6m i,f'jZ, mam A :x 1 Q, 4, -V 1 1 I 5 b L , , 1 Ik X 1 1 h 'rj , THE NINETEEX-1iI ,IiX'EX MIXXPIISIQA I . . . I lnysu-all N-mm-c :mal Nlilllllill 'l'l'2liIliIl lll'.I,Um U. lxlXhBI-XX. l'In.l1.. 9 egg: NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA 'NGJJX' WALTER S. WATSON, M. S., Biology. Z' HERMANN H. SoHRyoEDER, Ph.B., y Psychology and Pedagogy. JOHN R. sHEyRR1o1K, muy., Latin and Word Analysisl 10 A I.I.X I.I,IiX'I-.X IIIXI IIN I XI I'II IIHI XIIS. I mlm ll I IIl."IlNIl I I" I . I I l3'I'IIX III-NI I l IH I' IIS I1-H:l.lpInx .mel IIIYSI I x ' NIIXXI-,ISIQ fX RCF' THE NINETEEN ELEVEN MINNEISKA My JENNIE B SHEEEILI, E. I ., U. S. History and Algesbra. E L I if ,E 5 w L SARA-H R. DEVLIN, A. B., English Oomposition and Rhetoric. ZX CHARLOTTE R. WOOD, B. A., ,German and English. ,N-IQ 12 A Us 4 , L i . i E E 1 7 1 v Q 2 'QQ-J 'l'I'lli XlXli'l'liliX-Iil,l-QYIQX NIIXXI-.ISILX EJT V l.l 1X .X. l.,XIxI.l. ' X ll Xlufn- lx XllIl.hlXl, II. IAXX l:l'2lWillQ :mal l,l'lllllilIl4Ilill 'nin 5-W 4,1 E u Ng, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQ, E MARGARET I. TAGGART. Principal of Training Department. ANNIE L. COOK, . -Director of Manual Training. AMELIA KUHNHNEN, B. L., Teacher of Ninth Grade. 14 J llil NlX1llliX-l'll'Xl' n Xl lllll NNY! I-'4 4 4.-, . 1 . . , . X NIIXXI-LISIQ ll 1 lux I vu-nlll :mal I-1-"hill 4 Ill 4 - III-IV. X hlwmnl ln L1 mniry luursc mul Allnlviu' X4 XY. lm lllltl ul lfiflll illlll Nl xlll 13 U l':l1ln'S. mg THEA1QI1NEfe-EN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA M55 A A MAABEL A. MOYQICAII, Teacher of Tllilli RUN-I F0lll'Hl U1'm'les. GRACE R. POTTER. Teacher of First and Second Grades. MRS. EVANGELINE CHAPMAN, Kinde1'ga1'te11 Director. 16 .ff 1 . I- IIII. XIXI.II.I'.X IIIXIX ff'X MILXI I. I.. N II.INI1l I N I.: rI"'II III XIIXNI-.ihli ff-' I xxx, N-4. .v In ,.w,r1 IIIIIAX L. XI.II I,l.I. 1 4 . UI!! 1'-ll-In-I' -m1I VII-VI: INTERIOR VIEW OF LIBRARY -LfQ....? q i Nik V A F W 'FU 'Q L if QQ - Ap III Q K ' f UI' an ..? ' 'v 'Sig nzfirt .. fl vo J. Cl-01, F- . 6, I of' if 0' If . o- oo if' 5093 XZ L03 A yw duo ,,,..A! ' do S- 0 0.9141 qo .u 0 an ow 6, lg, Q" X0 53231 ,g Q ' r Q- 'C fo 'if - Q . , - 53 O N 35: I 0. A " 2 'f I- 2121 0 X Q I GCS-yi' THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA MQDQ., l,l+l'l.'A AGIIIGSONS lflmiisville lElf. S. llluglish, Group Hi. I lllllllfllllilllllil, Y. W. 'l,,'. A. Cabinet, '09-710. lloyal llurple Stall, '10-'11. Glee Club, '09-'1O. Basket Bull, 'OD-'1O. - "He has my heuit, he has nay hundf' HAY AMES Viola lligh School Long Course English. I ilVJl.DCOl1llEl, '09-'10. Glee Club, '09-310. CCA moral, sensible and well-bred man." WM. ANSGHUETZ Boseobel H. S. German Course. Foot Ball, '09-710. Minneisku Staff., "Hes social with .young anclpold alike." FERGUS BANTING , Woodstock Collegiate Institute Group G. Glee Club, '10-711. "He Wears tlie rose of youth upon him." GOLDIE BEISNER Watertown H. S. Group H. U . I3hiloinathia.,' '10-711. Mandolin Club, See., '10-711. Minneiska Staff. "N one knew her but to love her, I None nanned. but to praisef' . LELAND BLUETT Pahnyra H. S. English Course, Group A. Football, '09-'10, X p "I fun no proud Jack, but a lad. of mettle, S -ai good boy." wx 20 I IIII XIXI IIIX I-.I.IIXI.X NIIXXI-,IhIi.X I " IZHNII XX ' ' II I.I I' lx. I I I , . N.I.I I. XE'I I I II' I - - , I ' 1' 4 . I .II I ,I- N' ' 'l'u'II ,X-,Ix... I,..I.1- II I I N' lx X'I'III.X X I,HYI.I-I -vu-' I-IIIVW I'Il"IIXIl ln- , , x I11lmu'I II:lII UF. .XIIl'u'HI:l, UF. .xr "WMI 'u' Hlll HI IIII' XIIIVIII :I III I N ll IIIII-111. XIfIII,NII.XII IIILXIXI-IIIII ILUN-.IIN-I II N II. 5 I- Il"'II4II r 1 I.a1III1 IIHIIIWI' III1 X'a1l'I1I 4 il g.:'l'zlX'I' WIII-l'v Ils' I ll I XII'I"I'II' Il ISIIH -: XIX Ihlu 111 II S IIn1I mllluu HEI- IH. X.XI.I.,X.. III II I I IIIIHI IIIXSI-II In In' sl-I:lll'I:IX' 'fr H IIISX I'I'I"I'HY XMI II. H I'lI"'II4Il H mwt II N . - . NI1111.IIfIx.1 In.11'rI :xml NMI. II II11 mmf .uv wnvs UI IDIUZISEIIIIIII ml n,r :III Iwi' 1r1II1s III'l' In-zu-v. SSI II1-mlp A. I I XXII III':I.I. XIHITIVII' II N I I'l'I'IJIL' III-I lam.-1 Ilnll. 'IU-'II 'rI'v In-1' -1 num s IIIIIHI, Im! il umnul mi Ill H O sg: T1-IE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mfg.. ALICE CAMPION Milton H. S. German Course. K "Goodness is beauty in its best estate." lVlA.llY UAMPION Milton H. S. English Course. I ' 'LXlll'COl2l., 719. Pliiloniatllia, '1O. ' . 1 Mrxllfl stately was this head and black this hair." lCDl'l'lsl CA'l'llC Y Whitewater Long Course. Aureola, '01, I 'cWhat she undei took to fdo, she didfl HUWB-EBT Cl-TAFFEE Whitewater H. S. Group A. I Foot Ball, '10, Basket Ball, '1O. . Pres. Junior lCllilSS, '1O. Minneislia Staff, 'l0. Royal Purple Stallf, '10. CcF1'GQ'f1'OH1 deceit his face and full as free his heart." . I ANNA C1-lfUlBEBl'iAN Whitewater H. S. H. S. Latin., ' I , Minneiska Board and Staff, '11. , "Whose little b0ClQY lodged a mighty l niind. " DAISY CHAlP'IN 1 Elein. Course Oshkosh, 'O'7. Long Course English. Aureola, '10-'11. Y. W. C. A., '09-,lil-'l.1. Literaiy Club, '10-'11, Board of Direct- ors ot Boyal Purple, '10-'1l. Aureola See., '09-'10, Literary Club, '11. f'Charaeter is inade up of small duties faithfully perforn1ed."l 22 0,15 'J 'l'1Il'f XlXI:'lIIxI:X -I lzI.I-,X IX XIIXXI:l5Ix.X . -112-11 Il N . 11 x . 1, .V X X 1l.Xlllxl-. II',1I1x U1 . 1 1 . - I111 I-1...-1 I..11111. "'f'- " ' lm'-1111 vm' I Zllll In-1' "II..1...l.ll I. . . 1 1 . . 1 , NIM 1'lllI 1511-11-NI -Pi 1-111 fu- IIII1- llll lil-I XIV!-' VI I-'I XXI' XXI1111-111111-1' ll S . l l11'11111f II. I'-1' -1 I'-131 '11'1 'l'1.-1.111 l'I1-1' '1l'l-'l11 11 N111 n..1, .. , . I.1l'l IP -11 ll N-111111'lj11a11l1-ll- ll ".f.l . . XI11111.-1-1111 w111lI, ll. "II1'1' vu-X I1:11I il -fl-111 Il1'l' XUIl'l' ll IIIQIIX l'lll4I. 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"'l'liy 1no4'lest,y's il cunclle to tliy ll'lC1'liZ.H l+Ilil.I'IN iillii3lCl5l'l.' Palinyra H. S. iiOl'lll2l'll f'0lll'SC. , U Y. W. l'.' A. Uzuliiiiet. June Oratorieal Contest, 'l1. liite1'arySocriety. ' 'fl-eler voice was ever gentle and lowg An excellent tliing in a. WO1'l13.D.7,I AlQIiC'l'l GILES 1'al1ny1'a H. S. Group B. I Literary Society. I 1 "Let l-:nowlerlge grow from more to nioref' PAUL VON GRUENINGEN Sauk City H. S. Mission House College. German Course. , Lyric Dozen, '11. 4'Mucli iniglit 'be said if one coulcl but read ininclf' Bl4lllXlClC HAMMES Fort Atkinson H. S. Group D. I Philoinatlna, '10-711. Y. W. C. A. Trees. l and Vice Pres. Minneiska Staif, '11. 'CGO-od nature and goo-cl sense must ever join." 24 ciniin' lcx'.xNs sllmglmm, in. s. ' l X OQJ 'l'llli XlX1i'l'liliX-Iil,l'QX'l-QN NIIXXI-ll5li.-X ffliv lAl'NX HXI ll ll-2 N.-IIA5 a,". ,W 1. l I-'f.:T 1 X. XM lf .X., ul" Il. l.J'i: 4 f l.s1-V!.1:'X. Vinh, ll. "ll:ll?f lin Iwi ll 1 1 x .'.. Hxmll,-.Q ilu. Ilxblllilill Milf' Nl.xl:.Iwl:ll-I ll. HUXIIII Sllllfllll ll. 5. lul'1llllr fl. f 1 . . . I i V l'l'n'f. ll'l'llll' l'I4'l, IU- ll. lullw' lllllv, 'lik .llxlw lmnlvfn. 'lIl. Y. XY. V. A. l.ile-1'4u'4x' lfqiil-'1' ul' IIN-ml Vurpll-. "lZill lm- qiiwwlllfv. I xxill 1-mhznnl llniln- m'ilI'.H Iil1l'l'll lltilllilf Klan-liwn ll. S. Hl'l'lllilll Q'4nllI'Sk'. llipwn QMIIQ-gm-. ln-p.mx.1lmlx. Y. ,. I 1 1 - - , , , ll'l'!1I1' llvl, IU. Mlm' flllil, IU. I . Q Q "llx'l'Sx-ll illillllj llllllt' 1rlll1'l'sil1' I1-svlllinlvs. lll'IXlIY IlUl"l..XXlJ liflsmlu-I ll. S. limup ,X. I . . . . , "ullL'lll'1' lllzll llllu- w1'11ul'wl Sllllh' ul bliss. lS.Xl 3lfl, IIUWAIIIJ l'1:11'ulnm ll. lfmlul'-111-Um-I' MlIlllL'lSli2l, 'Il. l.iturau'y Sm'icIAY, 'll. l'llil11lll:llllizl, 'UL' "Yum nllus kind fr' .llt'2ll' tw mu , . "As lJl'illll'lll uf nnism-lniut' alml wil :xml glue -Ns cu-1' ll lllllllilll hum muhl bm,-. I 25 lslliil UAH. 'lU. I Wlml alll lllllllkiIl4l lnul url tu lun' -XXXX BIAIZIIC JHIIXSUN li-Init ll. S. H1-mlp II. I Plliltllllilllliil, 'IU-'Ill Yin' l'1'1 -s., 'IUQ Vl'l'L'2lS.. 'll. U1'vln-sim, 'Ill-'11, Trcblc VIL-12 'IH-'ll I mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQ: ALBERT JOLLEY Whitewater H. S. Latin Course. '4One morn we missed him on the acous- tomed hill. " I IRMA JONES Friendship H. S. Long Course. A Philomathia, ,O9. Literary Club, '11. Minneiska Staff, '1O. Y. WV. G. A., 711. 'Triendship sweet and fairy strain Shall ever in her heart remain." A ETHEL KILMORE Lake Geneva H. S. Latin Course. Y. W. C. A., '10-'11. , "Sober, steadfast anddemuref' HARRIET KIMBALL Boseobel H. S. Group A. ' I Literary Club, '10-'l1. Y. W. G. A., '10-'11, Philomathia '0Sg'09. 'fYou know, I say just what I think, and nothing more or less." , I GERTRUDE KNILANS whitewater - Long Course English. , I 4'Aye, you are a right sweet nature." JOSEPH LANGDON u ' Richland Center. H. S. I English, Group A. ' Senior Glass Pres. Base Ball, '10, Foot Ball, '10. "You're common as I said afore You're common, yet uncommon more.' 1 26 7 'Q XIXI IIIX II,I-.Xl-,X XIIXXIISIAX - I IH I lkliixik x'. . ll X I XIUNNIIN I,XIClxIX I IQ I -f,. I...i1'., I I-' IILIII. 'I. Ilgllvi, U IIN. l,1,..I,,.l I1 -. N-'gm-'11I--1-- I'1'---. .lum-fx' N' I III-41 IZQIII. -lmu' Ihzll---l, 'HL I In Illia:-I'InII-v IM-Irzll-', 'Hx NIIIxx:1uIw-- II ll -. "IN H-IIII-INII II--Iulh-. 'IH. l'1x II I urlvlv .Xf-- --. I'1w-f., 'IIL IIIIIIII XIIII 1 I-Ixil II-nu'-I, 'Hi'-'Il'. XIIIIIIVI-Ixil Ilu 1 .VI Il - XI2III2I-1I', IU. "II IIIUIIIIII :IN :1 an I I I I' I,.XIIIxIX IXIIII--xml--1' II N I 1 mp II. I llbl. II:1sIu-l Iizlll, 'II. 'IIl'2ll'Ii In un UP-'II Ilalw II:lII, 'UTI-'II. Iswlvl I III III-III. l'llIllm'lIl.lIIX' I illll 1I1slmsl'rI II1Il:ll'lll1lllX I llluxwnlnivanllx' I nm lm-upzmll-UI zltum SII-I Nl ulllb. .XYY 7 I Q Q N W. If -X.. IH- II. n . . , , "4Iu- SIIIIIMI Im a1II ilIIIil'. SII,XI,I, Whit XIXIIY NI-XII Inn-f I'-n11'sv IAIIIII. 5 Ilan-lm: II S lHlI1I Inxki-1 II-III I,l'L'S. Hl':1I1u'lm-ul .Xssuv Il P 1 'Q I,Il'4 I'I1lInm:1lIn1zl II. I , IH swlu-sl mamm-V. lIIlllII1'l'It'lI IIIIIIII I-In-1-HI lIl'zU'1'.:llI1I Il'I1'll1I HI Illllll:lllIilll1I I XX 3I.XII'I'IX IYIlIIl,'Willl.'l' II N I II2IlrIl Iuursw-. , . X '-rx-fI1l IIIIII- Inn' with Iamglung fan - 1 XIII--sv I-v--rx' nwlwlu was IuII ui "rum 'J pn key, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA sg J ESSIE MARTINY B'a1'ab'o0H, S, German Course. ' y Aureola, '09-'10. Y. W. 'C A., '09-'11. A Literary Club. Pres. Y. W. C. A. '4We know little of thee 'but that little is , 77 good. K EVA Meouun A Whitewater H. s. German Course. I "Sincere, plainhearted, hospitable and kind." I MAE MCLANE Whitewater H. S. Germa.n Course. . "A woman's heart like the moon is always changing, but there is always a man in it." . I STEPHEN MCNALLEY ' Richland Center H. S. English Course. I 'Foot Rall, '09-'10-'11, Capt., 711. Base Ball, '09-'10-711, lC'ap't., '11. Glee Club, '09-'1O. Boys' Quartette, '10. ' 'CA good idea struck him. Matrimonyf' KATHERINE MURNEN Madison H. S. Group A. L Aureola '10. 7, , "You can do whatever you earnestly un- dertake." I PEARL NEWELL Whitewater H. S. Group H. ' A Glee Clulo. Senior Girls' Quartette. iMeml5er of 'Social Committee. MH music be the food of love, play 011.77 ' 28 X 'I IIII NINI II I X III'I'I-.N XIIXXI-.ISILX JZ, II I-I I I'III, I'IIIII I-If.1I-wud-IzAII.9. I ' II.f.'Iw11, 'I"'II. Y. II I, XA, Q X 1,I,,.1 ,j,'11- I 'II-I I .,-.--11 5-:I-xllng ILIII' II I I.II4I. I'lllI.I,II S, III:1I.-I.-.41I.'1' I 11-' I--111'-v If11-371NI1. K . II ' I I' Nl I' lll 1 I1! Vs , I1 IIlI.I. IIIII III X IIIIII I II I III 'II XIIIIIIII IIIII 11 II III I "III I 2 2III'l .111'N,,I. III. III 'II. SIIII. II:111:1g-'1' -II' III1-IIII IIIIIIII- nw. III:I:1I I'111'11I1- SI:1II', 'II. I II' I1.III. 'III-.II-YIIII-III. I,I'I'F. .IIIIIVIII -I-1'111I111, 'IIN I"-I-I1 l111Il,'IIZYIIfI. IIZIIII, I In-l11:1II, 'III. I :1II11III- um- 111I11'11111g' :IIIII I'-11111-I lII.I'4I'II I.111w11f." I I XIII I IIII,I,Il'S S1-111gI1II111 II. S I 1 IIIII II. ' I v I I11l1111.1Il11:1, III- II. I 1111- I'I'I ' :IIIII IIIIIII'fI In III5:IIIFI' Iwo llllll IIII IIIII 'IIII 'I1111111-1' II11-1111-'I1 Ilwm. I x I xq x ' 1 I'I- IIIIIII'I"l'Y -I1IlII'SI'lIII' II. 5 I '.I A I 1 IIIII .X. I I r w . - . - 1 I , . . I ' .. ' A A I - I . . , . ra , - , ,- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III II IIIIIII I III III II I III I'IIII1. 'III. SI'I'.I' III. 'I'I'I'I1I1' I'II'I' :IIII I,IIIIII I II I III III IIII I II I I.u11l I1"- -1 '-24. '- ' '. . I ' 1 , , ng- : N I. .,, IIIIIIII' III1:I1'1I. II11Iu IIIIIIIIIII-1. X IIIIIIII III 111II 11111111 misl III lIl'IIII' 1. '! 4 II Xl Y I IIIII"II'I'Y .I:111I-sI'IIIv II. 5 I I I l. 1- . . ,, , . . . 'L I A - . - . . , . , , , . 1. - . Nix' 1. ' , . I .AQ .QQ I .. 1... . -. ' ' . 1 ., . 1, . 'r. I. . I IIIIIII II I III IIIIII III IIIIIII IIII III II III IIIIIIIIIIIII III II I IIII IIIII III II I I,II III 'III I,I'I4 ZIIIII Nw- ' IIIIIIIIIIIIII III I,II Im II I'lllIlII X II III 11111 I1 IIII II I 1111 S1 N? . . ,I I 'bn -I . . 1..- I III' I:lI4IfI'I II:1II 'I'I'iIIlI. 'II. F y 1 .IuIII', IIIII IIIII 11141 jllII.I'..' I IIIIII XYIX III"I'III'IIII-'IIIIII 1111 II N IYIIIII-wa -' .. I VIIIIII II. l , . . ,:. I 1I1'I-'11'1' 1vI:11-I- WIIIIIII III' IIIlr I IIIII I'I'I' IIII'I't' IIII IIIIII' I1I'I1I1II' III II. II 29 ,MA Y MY, ,,., ,,., ,,,, ,AH,4 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ: 4- LE-O SCHTAECK I Long Course. "If thy 111in1d were as lJl'illl.f1,D.l1 as thy y socks, 21 s111z11't 1112111 wouldst thou be." JESSE SRCHOLL Richland Center H. S. Group. Normal Glee Club, '10. Foot Bull, '10. Manager Minnoiskn , '11 . "I will wear my hozut 11po11 my sleeve for the hens to pic-k at." I ARTHUR SCHOONOVER Ric-l1lf111d Center H. S. English. Group B. Minneisku Board, '09-710. Base Ball, '10-711. X 4'He knew wlmtli wliat, and tl1i1t,S as high as 111eta.pl1ysies wit can travel." HARVEY SHERMAN I Long Course. - W Lineolnia, '03-'01-'OG-'07-'08. I 'CI sun 21 11121.11 n1ore sinned ztgainst than sinningf' WINIFRED SIMPSON ' I Richland Center H. S. Group B. Treble oief, '10-'11. Y. W. o. A., '10-511. "Ear you may search e'er you will find, So good, so generous, so kind." ROY SISSON A Prairie du Sac H. S. i English.. Group A. Lineolnia, '09, I "Has inore guinption than ye wud think." 30 l l llll XINIIIIN ll.l.Xl,N llll X XIIXXI-lwli.- ,. X 7 1 -' lll IIN ll ll N l pull,--If-'-.I I " llllllv- I lll ll. ll-fl all 1 SNlI'I ll xx'illll'Ullll'l ll N l 1 Illil l N Alu-lzlrx 'l'l'--Ulv l'll-l, ll' 'I I, lil ---- l'll1ll IU. Xl lllflwllll tllllll, I" .1 1. l X ll ll'l':lN. l,lllllllll.lllllil, 'I l. It rl ll I v lllllll- Nl-lll ll. Nlzlgllll Ill Nll.-lAl:ll-l.- .ll lllllllilll lllllllll Ill ln' 'us Fl' .. 1 1 Xlllll NNlllll l.:lkl-Nllllsll H 1. I ll"'ll ll l llll'Sl'. :- 5 v Nl lllllllllll llull. NM. l. .X. 4 X l-l'l'.llllll llllt lun llll"'lll lvl' ffuull lul -. -. - 1 . a Q llllllllll llIlllll'l' s ll'llIl' llmll. I lll'Nl.XX Sl'lllJXl'III u'Illll'W1ll IN l-1' ll S l Vllllll .X. ,ll lll 'lvl 'lu I-111441-l lhlll, 'lm Ill ll I :lsv Hull l r w U. .Uma- 1 lil lulllllll' Xllllllll lxl 4 . Wim ll llll lllnl llWIll'4l Xl llll l'2lllllll'l' Slllllll Il 1'1--lull llll-plmu-1'l1l'gl-:ll-ll,llll Ill2lg,fil'Ufilll1l '2- 'f SPRAY Slovolls Pllinl H 9 l lll.llI l:l'l'lll lll lHlll'SL'. , . - s lllllllmlllll.1. ll. 'Q X llllll ell l'flll'4l ll4 l1llN'Uff"4lUn llllll 1 w I lll'llI 4l'lI.XY l l-lllll l nlll'Sl'. u ,"5 l'l'l'llF l'u ' 1 ini ll N l'lllllvm:lllll:l. ll. H XX l X ll ll lvl-N' ll , . ll 1 ll lu- ll rQ'l'lll' IH Illl' llw llllllll' In ln' 'fl' ll 31 F. QQ? THE NINETEEN - V i E ELEVEN MINNEISKA KGB: MARION T1DiiAEs1i Whitewater Lone- xC'ourse. B-askbet Ball, 708- , "She bore a. mind that envy eould net eall fair." FLORENCE TCPPI N G Delavan H. S. German Course. Philomathia, '11. Basket Ball, 710-'11, Minneiska Staff, '11. I 'CHer eyes as stars of twilight fair, Like twilight, too, her dusky hair." HC-SE WALSH Richland Center H. S. Group G. I Philomathia, '10-'11. Basket Ball, 1st, 710-'11. June Oratorieal Contest, '10. '4Beiware young man, she's fooling thee!" IOL-A WIGHTMAN Richland Center H. S Group H. Treble Clef, '10-'11. Glee eiub, fio. Y. W. C. A., '10-'11. Philomathia, '10 Royal Purple Staff, Editor-in-lChief, ,11. "As merry as the day is long. " NAN WINCH Milton Junction H. CS. Group H. - Y. W. o. A., '10-'11. emi Devotional oem. Y. W. e. A., 'io-'11, "As fresh as the month of May". Latin Course. . -Aureola, '09-'10. Secretary Y. W. C. A., '09-'11, Literary Clulb, '10-'11, "She is wise, if I can judge of Leif? 32 THE-L YATEIS , Horieon H. S. A Q f mi JLQNHQRS u A fx4x.X!lXf.S!Nff,k 1 , , g JQ1- . V I Lycan Leland Boulden Maxwell Buffton A. Sc-holiield Penfield Price Clough Engel Thayer Crouse Taft Griinstad Gribble R. Seholiield Hardy Burns V. Taylor Noel Fay Leary, Pres. Clark F. Tidinrarsh Woerpel Nott Godfrey Efberle Kyle Lathrop Goodwin Baade M. Tidniarsh Sleeter Shannon Wilkinson 0 O l.:1:' w-,. ' llulw Nl'lllll2lll W. Szlwlu lirzunm Zimz ll,S:1wlv XX-llF4'll ll- D- I' lm-Ssvx' Blau-l.:u-lxlzm llulvlwr Walsh W. Williams ltullu-1'l'ur1l Wanllu-1' Kin: lwl,:mu lizllv l-Inrmw-1 l'ml ' -'1 l' -l ll"ll""l owls Kull l':1x'l'1'vy llnlllauul l'ivrslH1'lT lllrkinlvlzn- lh-muy'-1' l". Williams lhm llll l 1 Slum 11 Slllllll Vlvmvm 'l'm'm-r Nnlvlv IC. 'l':lylwr Nlo1'1'i-'un llurll S. Smith lmrlly will N- lt--l - . , 1 ' l' ,, nr- , :,,:.., V- ,- ---A....................r, N.- , -, M..- , ., ,M - ., A 1 2' -ff . .3,..l.......,........,,.,... A--V.,-, ,:x.:::-:ll-,.,, Q,.,T.7.7::.7T:T.f::.5.::.7:.7T,,.,.,.,...-T.v,,::,.::.,!,l.Z::3:,52:. 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Hl"l-'lt'l'1lIS Ht.:-.xx I-'t,lLt't'ttt.t:-l.xxtxx .lt,tft'tu:us 1 f'l'1,sttfaltl tit.t:'t'ut mL t'. l.t:t,xxu l'ut--l'1-r.w1'flrftI l-'lttxu lilt:t.t.x' 4 Nf1'fI4ll'y nuff 'l'f-4-.zsfzlw '. .,',-A-'H . Sf. Toast to tltc Soplumuarcs. BY .X .l VX lllli. llt-t't"s at tmtst tw tlu- Snplumtm't- l'l1tss. Xlztgx' its nu-tulwrs t-vt-1' lu- :ts lhflglll tl ns t-lt-vt-t' us tlutst- ut' tlu- t'latss ul' lflll. Nlaty' its attltlt-tt-s mul musit-iam lllll tlu- ltiglu-st ut' lunutrs illltl lztuu-. Matt' its st-luutl spitit tu-vcr want ltruugluvttt its wluvlt' lift-. Xlatuv its tt-zu-lu-rs lllul its uu'tulu-rs all wurtlty Ill luuiur tliguitu-s tu-xt .vt-:tux .Xlltl uut-x' its grzuluattus nl' lflll ull t'ill'l'j' tlu tirit of tlu' l'l:tss ui' lflll into tlu-it' l'tttttru work. ST Whi-te Kelly .' Amborn A Vance F.O'Keane Grant Hodge MacMi11en Shepard Tessin Do-brient Grab-am Kippers L. O,If98f16 Thomas V Jef fords, Pres. Kurth Kil-ey Robo-tka 'R l11N 11 1X1-AX X11XNl:1H1iqX ff. - N Q 1 11'1'1111c1111115. 1x1 XMX11 1-,XN1-. '11 " XN111111-'I ' 1 N lf, 111-1.X1I1IS1.1fY 1111111-111111-11,XY1s. X111 11--1' X"1l'l' 1x w111l.1l111 11111, 1 Q l 1 11 1- 11111x11',1111-111- fum-l. 1111 1I1X1-,l,11.l'.l1.111HX XX1l111'XX.l11'l, lr. ' - 1 v X111111'-lX IN 1111- 111'11lIlY H1 Wulllllll. 11 X1 X 1ll"1'1'11l'I11 XY1l1ll'Wll1CI',XY15. X l1IlilA.' 11if1111fi1i1111 is -1110 1'1f1y 511111 of 11'l'l'N9 H X 11. 1"1,l-I'1'1'111'111 XY1lll1iL'51l1l, Wis Xl 111 is lllilll, 111111 11111sl111' uf 1115 fate." 11111X 11. 1,.X1'1-IY 51111111 W11y111,-, Wi. Y - - sv I "X 1111 I'1' il I'l11111c. 1 N QQ: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mfg: BAN DAL IS-UHOLFIE-L-IJ Whitewater, Wis. Q"He has no thought of coming woe." VEBN A C. SLEETER Charles City,lowa "Moclesty is the brightest jewel in the crown of women." KATHERINE A. L. S-O-RENSON , ' ' Ooonomowoo, Wis. "An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." A EDITH A. STOLPE- ' Whitewater, Wis. "She gives a side glance and looks down, Beware ! Beware I" Q . l J ULIET VAN, BUREN Mukwonago, Wis. '6She sees the Best that glimmers through the Worst." BAYWMIOIND HULQSE Whitewater, Wis. "I am content." 40 'iw 'l'lll'Q XlXli'l'l-.l:X-l-.l.l-,Yl'.X NIIXXI-.lhli.-X fi.- f - . '42 f A . I :Xl i r 'l xx xxxlifc .' .1 V . !0!, WET! .la .JL f,,-,..-,, l Q ,K X 4 :x.1.'-'iz--4.1"'4'q:N 4C'!'li- --" EJ: 0 'Mu RU 5 r " LQ .f . .- T X-.L ff - L-. , i ,UF s t, l -- l Q t V-yy Q O A . fi. Q . U xii.-Q ' X Q O Q C Q O T -V li 1 .. L 'ww n , ' , 5 if, ', U Q Q . . . liba-"'xy-.-c3- T-N Q- -K -A - 5' A -Q U I- Tliw:-li ,:'li::Q1f-fi ggx Freshmen. , ill-'l"ll'l'fllS l':Xlll.Y M.u'Nlii.i.i-ix - - - l'rl-.wifll-nl l"l.nl:l-INV!-I liUultlll'l-I px.1'f'l.l',ll,'.Il null 7'I'l'Il.vlll'I'l' Frm- lu i-.iiill-ss wi- nrt- gn-1-ii :is tlu- grnssi-s, Ri-ziiltt' ltr Siltt' wt' zlri- lilzlill ul' llu- Iilzlvv. Eu-1' illlIll'2ll'lllQ' :ts sh-x' lzuls :iiul lzisst-s, U St-:mil :is at stu-:ilu-r zipprmu-lu-il hy xl mau-1-. Hillwuril wt- gn, limping that suuu- ilaiy A Matti' liiul us :ill in tlu- ah-slfs all tlu- right Entluist--l with ai litiiquist- whit-h. fuliilli-il. lll2l.Y Nt-wr l'l't':lll mir il-'rt-sliiiiaiit yi-air fright. llu- Nvruutl tt-au-lu-rs this vt-:ir nrt- t-iiiuvin-f work with tlu- in-ist 11-iimi'k:thl- l"t't-slimain l'l:iss in tlu- liistuiw' ul' tlu- institution. 'l'lu,-ri: :irc 5t:VL'lllL'Cll ul tts, :ill raipatlilt- ul' inl'urmiiig nur iiistrtu-t--rs on sitlrjiu-ts whit-h tlu-53 tuuhrr tatkv In tt-au-h us. llur 111-1-git-ss in tlu- sttulu-s :,flYl'll its has lu-t-n su rztpiil :hut wc 1-uuhl t-aisih' cuiiililuu- tlu- -vt-aii"s wi-rk in twu l1llRll'll.'l'S :mel wnuhl mluuhth-ss lutvc mhnu- su haul we lllll lu-it-it watriu-fl against it, lt-st mir zifurc tinu' lllZlSll'l'f' ul' tlu- glYt'll snhjm-1-Is we-ulsl inspire tlu- l":u-ultlv tu rziisu tlu stnlulatrtl uf tlu- l-'rt-slxmain yt-:ir's wurk. tlu-rt-lv-t' l'IlllHll'l'ZlSSlIlg futuru I-'irst Yt-nr sttuh-nts nut hh-sswl with nur l'l'lll2lI'li2llil1' uhility fur au-quiring knuwl L-algo. Ycs. wc stirt-ly :irc sunu- l'l:l55!. 41 Zimmermann Cook Tidmarsh Kfnilans Goodhue Hurlbut Claffey MacMilleii Saunders Sherman Griffith 'vilwrq '-Massa W -..MN ' can ma:-wa, ,.irv.,,. wxwwwnmvnaezrvwsa H bw.. 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Hur lwys zinll girls :Irv lllll'I'l'5lL'll in, nnwl slum- nf ilu-in play, lmslcvl lmll. l'i-ri-Av H'Xcill, F ll llll'llllN.'l' ol' nur .lnninr Vlaiss. plan-vs nn Ilw Xnrmzil lmskvt lmll lcznn. Our 1-laissi-s :Irv still small, lint wi- :Irv wnliali-lit llml llwgx' will rzipiilly 92 im-rvusv ns ilu' work ul' nur ali-Iuirum-nt is lwltur known. 'l'liu :iltitualo which nur IllL'lIllbl'l'S luivi- tuki-n. lll'UYl'S that wi- lnmf ai 1-lass nl' bright. cnrnost ymnug pcnplu wlm am- taking up the si-lmnl work with an interest and an spirit that will i-urtainly bring 5llL'l'L'55 In uur 1lcpan'tmcnt. -43 I- -1 Pederson Ka-nouse O'Niel Mae kold Win dish Rausch Hachtel Wilkinson Bradford Nelson Larkin Sands Small Kellar R ..-, -.-.4-.--q,-v-- e 'QQ in-v .W ni. wrt , - .. A llnslzm Hl'2llH4Ul'll lk-nzinv 5l:nwlnirx'--y l.a-N-hiu-l X X 1 l,:u-y K1-nm-dy Budzivn I-'ln-ming N1-xu-ll :XG-X: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg Commencement, 1910. Commencement week of 1910 saw the city of Whitewater thronged with an unusual number of visitors, parents, brothers, sisters, friends of the graduates, alumni, and other former students. A special eifiort 'Was made to have a large meeting of the alumni, as it was President Salisbury's silver jubilee, he having been at the head of the school for twenty-live years. I , r PROGRAM. - Baccalaureate Address at the Congregational Church, Sunday June 19. 'Processional and Class Day Exercises, Monday afternoon on the Campus. I - Scenes from isihaiqespem, given by the Senior Class, Tuesday after noon. June Cratorical Contest Tuesday evening. Graduating exercises, atiithe Congregational Church, Wednesday morn- ing. Alumni Banquet- at noon, We?dnesd.ay.i Baseball game, Normal team vs. Alumni, Wednesday afternoon. Alumni 'Reception, Wednesday night. 46 fav 5 YNY X. w if ff? M wg MRO! x f I my QQ ii FP! x fffQ JW 5. MZSQQ 'ML ,xl 3, 1 ' Q . .vw N. I D Q X 2 ' X-L: ' x +4- ,,,,., xg. W' I l S Ci' ' rv ' 1 si V- .. 1- ' X' ' ":""' 5- N " N -f ' ' - , Hum o ul mill! ull: llllnll I IIIIIII gay THE NINETEEN ELEVEN MINNEISKA QE, Oratorical Association. l i A ALBERT D. PHILLIPS, Crator. OFFICERS MARY BTARSI-IALL - - - President FERGUs BANTING - - -, Vice-President . ALICE J. ROHERTY A - - - Secretary and Treasurer I MElM'BEfR'SHIP Members of Philoinathia and all Oratorieal Contestants. Preliminary Contest, February 4, 1911. Inter-normal Contest, March 17th, 1911, at LaCrosse. June Contest, June 21, 1910. - . i,, This Association has charge of all inter-normal and inter-society debates and contests. The June Contest was held in Normal Hall, dune 21, 1910. The contestants were Leland Bluett, William Ansehutz, Rose Walsh, Fergus 48 I 'l'III'. NIXI'.lIIpI:X I-.I.I:XI:X NIIXXI-,IhIx.X I If A I.: I II i I... ' 1 , - I "II I N' T II A nw II. Xu, I Q- ' . X I ' I" I "I I , N' I I'-, A , I' , - I1.Ii.'.' I' I '. I '- - ',.l1."II -' .-wr. -I-:f .L:.. III. III' XI II 1,-1-'s---II, xw-5-z-A--Ani---: 1,-' II ai I-..a2I-14 X"I'II.lI .11 Im' if.:-I III '.--I-E gal I.:al If--I-, Xlaxxwix Ilil, ITIII. Il-'In' NIV. IUIIIEIEI- -. II II xx In Il V- :mil Im- Qmgnx'-If-I -I-'Hn-I IIIJH-. Il1-- NI41I'JmII am-I XIV. Iigmlm lllli .nl -I IIIIIII-xml--1' acl lI:-- ivnxwlu-W 11.1.-:ing III' IM l.1-Qlgu-'. XIV. I'I11II11 1 I Ill :I III-I-'in-in :Il Kiev IIIIVI1-i.1I-' IIIVVIIIII -Il' X'-Hnul S--II---'I-. HIINI-I umx'I'l-Ls'l', mu. ,f"' - 'K J Q' Y ' 'g 4 .1 1 'S ":',',.'-"Fig . , -4, sq X-kv, P FERGUS BANTING, .NIARJURIE HUARD. Oration, " Robert Burns." Oration, "Child Labor in Wisconsin .39 Acheson Marshall Johnson M. Roherty Gale DeLano Lel-and A. Roherty R-organ Budzein- Penfield Pr-ice Hatch Baulrnes Walsh E. Spray Diener Boulden Nobt C. Spray Eberle Evans L. Smith Godfrey Fay Earnest Topping Phillips Burns v ' U ' - ' "' ' " ,4.'Li.j'.QTf,'i,"5""",,-,."l.-i'.' Qs-Qaasub----F-Q-4-----....-.sw:-v.-.3m- - -vw, Y -4-1--'A 'M'gL"A7K" i .. . 'fl1T?"f'3 ' V , . - A X! -fl,-1 'l'lll'I NlNIi'I'IiI'QX-Iil.I-.YI-lX NIIXXI'.IbIi.'X f -is , HIIII iii-s 'fi 1 linux, lhiniizm I 1-I I.If1IIK Ifxx I.-Ils IIIIUIL I'ikIINl.Nl' X I-Inf, ' I.ui..t SXIIIIII - 'li'.1sf.r.r lil-2II'l'IIl'l1IC I.i-:i..1.xn - l'f-.spiral Ll'L'II.l.IfI I'r:xr1i:l.n I'iH-l'r.isnl.nI I,i-:u'r.x I-fn' - Sw,-I-Iii:-I' Fi.uia:xt-I-: ti.u.i: I,-,-.1,mn'1' SING A SONG OF PHILO. Sing a sung nf Phila A put-kvt full uf fllll, 'l'hirty happy Xurinal girls And not anothcr one. Sumo are tall, smne short girls, Smnv arc dark, shim- fair. Alnu-st t-very 1-lass in st-lmul Is l'Ulll'l'5l?llll'tl tla-rc. Uf nur dear friends Auroola, And Lint-ulnia wu'rc Ia-raft. 'l'hvy pcrishvd during uint-tt-cn ten And wo alum- wt-rv It-ft. Sim-0 then we have boon thriving And at-coinplishud sunwtlxing, tau. The best anthurs and the poets Ilild ratht-r than thv nt-w.j We have studied with enjoyment: And lllOl'0 has 1-nine tu pass Fur we have draniatit- talvnt Of the very 1-Inuit-ost vlzlss. And, lest it should be wasted, Twu private plays we had. I ani surt- II Blr. Int-I: UII4 l'unId haw st-is-n Hn-ni In 'II I hu Uraturn-al .Xssm-iatl-an Xl as nnthing hnt a nann- XI 1' lallliwl Ilit' IIIRIIIUI' NYM' -Xml wt- It-It it was a sh Su wt' UI'gilIIlZl'll illlll IIll'l' 'l'hat was wrx' nun-h -mlm- Im I "I nl illlle it-nt eh-It-:alvs l'Il"ll' lu I 1 I rust 4 .Xnd nuw ll sm-nis tu lliriw. Ihflh-viiig in tht- -nlagv UI all wurk and nu pl-iv Phila swim-tiim-s It-an-s ht-r win in And is gan-st uf tht- gav. Ilt-I-1-ptiaiis, inilia Iiulls I unlls will a sin-va-ss .na - But ani' sph-ndnl I'InIn halnpnt Xl as his-st HI all. I gut-ss I nn' HI' I'hlInf Qu sing: s L Fur l'hiIn's nun-h alin 'Xnd in fntnru 'nn :- I . vrzltiw ihc still I,-xpwt t-I llIl'lYl' I I Farwell Ambourn B. Sawle G-iles Gribble Goodwin Shannon , Wilkinson Chapin Hatch Dresser U Woerpel Mlartiny Yates Lewis Richart , Howard Gri-mstad. . Gilbert , 1,4 Haiti, ,, ,,, .W l. f f,-,vi x- ..,f,g,,5 ,.. .. ,, -LW-. K - -is 6.01 -9. :ff I..f,l4-,J v MMP M 'Nm -1 'V V 'iw' i i- Y-.gm MTL . I svfhglw-N-" 34,2-u.,.ggf ' ,L-4,Tl,gg3 -------'-4-5'- 5"M"" -- ' M ka, ' LM " """"w V ,- ' L .J 'l'lll-L NIXI-.'l'l-.l:XV l'.l.lxX'l-.X NllXXl:lbliqX ff.-1 Round able. Hlill1l'Ql!N'l". ii 'll llnnixx lulmgfiiim ...l'iw--i-lvnl., ...limw 15-M-lxxxzi lfxgi 'h':il'iiQ.. ..... Yi--1-'l'i'---i-l--lil.. ..ll-'f-iv Sam li- Xlgiuil lli--lmrl. .. . H5--vi'--l:ii'.x :mil ,l'l'l'1l-llI'4'I'. . ..l.iil:i llrililili- 'l'lw ll-vuuel 'l':ilili- was Ill'-Lfillllfl'll in lh-lulu-r. IUIH. :mal if ii-ww um- Hl' lln' llHlll'iSlllllg' l'llllis ul' llll- svllllwl. ll 4-nll4i-I4 nl' lXi'i'Ill.X'-lin' llN'llllN'l'5, ulm im-vi un Snluiwlzigv 1-xx-iiiligf for ilu- lllIl'lNI5t' ul' ilisviusiiig l'lll'l't'lll nulllf. lll :-Q -. F. llu- -'11-:il nizisla-rs. 'l'lnis 'Yl'2ll' ilu' wurla luis lm-ii 1"llllllll'l tw lln- ilrzimzis ul' Nln-ilu-fin-:in-, :mul il luis iiix-ilxwl :i 1-:ir--l'ul :ui-l vxliaiixixi- slmlhv ul' Qing l.i-air. 'l'lin- Xli-rs-liaiilt ul' Yi-:nil-v :mil Ulln-lln. 'l'lml llii+ finaly Iri- plwm-il llll'ilFlll'llllll' :ns wi-ll :is lviwililailvlv, is 4-flu---izilly elm- lu ilu- :is-iflziln-v ul' l'l'Hl'. l'. ll. llwllllils, wli-'sv lllll'll'rl :lliil FH-lIlll'l'2lIlUll Ilia' lilllll wan 'nrlnn.il1- vnuugli ln sm-ni'v. Nlr. lluumls is :in ailili- sluili-nl ul' Sllilli1'FlN'ill'l'. mal luis lllIlSll'l'.X' nl' llw :Ill ul' ri-zuliiig :mel lii4 iiiifli-iwtziiiiliiig nl' ilu' xmrlcs nf lla gum el1:m.:1lifI aiu- sm-li :is In 1-nnlilv liim lu gin' his lwzire-rs :i li--vin-r llDlll'l'i'lllllHll :mel ai frvsli 1-nj-'yum-nt ul' lllt'l'2lllll'l'. 'l'lu- nu-mln-rs fm-I llizit ilu--x' llillit' in-:api-ul grunt i-:lm-:iii-'xml ln-in-lil livin Ilia- l'luli. :mil lmlw Ilnzii It will lull! luv ll lim-Iwi' ill llu' Wliile-Wzllvl' Nliflllill Sl'llUUl. .- JJ 1 il ul ri-ai-lin-' nu-l "'illlllll"' ai lu-111-1' :mil flu-i-In-1' :ilvpim-iziliwii nl' g . . U Farwell Gramm Boyd Kilmore Morrison - 'Robotka Hammes Lewis Grimstad Acheson Kimball Simpson Amborn Sorenson Giles Grihble Gilberlt Clough Evans Burrington Birkinbine Yates E. Smith Hoard Pierstorif Turner- Clement Crouse Sleeter Hatch Wier Thomas Latzhrop Mantiny, Pres. S. Smith Dresser Hurd Goodwin Hardy Q S ,' K gg, A ,ggv-,,-, .::.'1."' I t 'Tw 'l'lllf XlXl'flil:l:X lpl,lpX lpX XIIXXI-.l5li.'X 'Tw I l i l l 7 7 " 'X 0 o . 0 lm Q 'Fl l ll l.llh l7'l" ll l"ll ll .lm-,v Nl.tit:tt'. I':--N.-l --gi t l.? -b.1 it--t' l,.-tt, : lit-ti: n1-' -- ll.tlnt lxu- - X,---l't'--X.-l--:tr .Xi.:i.t il'.tll litlu-l Y.it--- S-Ht'tft.ti'.i tit'.t.'.- tin-ulntn I.:-tat .X--ln-N-nt 'I'r--qtxnt'--t' . Nlnlu-I tirizitxlwl lllIXHlI.Xl1Y 3ll'INll1l'IllS, l5:tlu'l'. l.ll--5 Sqttl--N, X--lltv t'. 1'-'lit'-'ll. .Knnfv Nl. 5llu'l'l'tll, .I--tniiv IZ. l.:txx, li.tllu-i'ttu- ll, NN'---ul. t'ltgit'lutlt- I Nt-il'1'l'l. l.illi:tn V. Ye-ziltlv. .lnlii-t Y. 'l'lu- Ynnng Wnnu-n's t'ln'iftinn .Xfs-u'i:tti-nt luis :iliinxs lu-t-n tnu- nf tlu' lllH5l lu-lplnl nrgatnizntinni nl' tlu- st-luuwl. anul this .vt-:tr luis lu-t-n un vspt-t-iaillhx' sttwt-ssl'ttl 1-nt-, ns tlu- nu-nilu-is lunt- flunvn gn-nt t-ntltnsiatstn, nn-l lntu- lu-t-n l'-n'tntnttt- in t-luuifin: nllu-t-rf ului lum- lui---n tire-lt-fs in tlioir t-llwrts In l'nitlil'nll-xi :ulxznu-u tlu- gnu-l nnrk -il' llu- -bf-u-inlinli. 'l'l1crt' ltatw lu-1-it lllllllbl' tu-n' nu-inlu-rs. :nul :ill lntxt- slunvn tlu-ir nlli-giniu-0 tn 0 tlu- wt-rk ln' tlu-ir gennl atttmulniut- nt tlu- n't-t,-lily fvi'xit-t- :intl tluf an-tivc pnrt tnkvn in l'Nl'l'l' :lt-pnttnu-ttt. 'l'lu-Dx' lum- lu-t-n "ilu:-rs nf llu- wnrtl :intl nnt lu':tt't-rs nnlyf' 'l'liis yvatr at lu-w t-tnntnittt-v, "'l'lu- Wlizit-sn-lin-t", wats nrgzittizt-tl. Its t-liit-l' tlnty ltats lm-it tn visit :tn-l lu-lp tlu- ftnelt-nts wlui am- ill. 'l'ln' fm-inl lift- uf tlu- -lsftwiatti-iii luis lu-t-n xignrntis. linanu-inlly lu-iwlit-inl as wt-ll ns 1-ntvrtnining :nul plt-nwttrnlilt-. . l l"nr tlu- tirst tinuf. 'luring tlu- ltist-wut' nl' tlu- .Xsstu'intinn. tlur new llll'llllll'l'S wt-t'c pt'npt-rly initintwl. Miss tlntrlnttt- Wtuul gnu- tlu- initiation Q :ultln-ss, wltit-li, with tlu- ntluir ft-:tttttw nl' tlu- lnrnutl si-rvit-v, iinprcssctl npun tlu: ininils nt' itll tlu- liigli litlljiwre' nn-l nutrnl n-spntisiliility ul' tln: S . . 5 ,Xssm-nit mn. , WN 5 it 5. ' " -----f.. - W. .a.,h.. . Yates M. Tidmarsh Kel-ly Leary q Penfield I MacMi1i1-en A.R0h1e1'ty Phillips Fay Budzien Smith Hoard Wightman Miss Wood M. R0-hefty Acheson Alvord nina Rai Q "Hu A""""" 3 cw- mvvmmvm ty ,I-Q' bm' 1 I'III'. XIXI-fI'I'I'N I:I.I:1'I-.X ,NIIXNI-.IhIi.1 1 I '1 IIIL' Royal I'111'pIc. . xl I1 XXLMIIII-E'1 I1I N 1.11111 l II 1111,-11 II. 11-1-111 II1l1 II11111.1:1'1 1 II1I 1111:11. II-111:11 - HII'I1lI'N , 1 ,1H'I!11w1 II-'MI-,1 4 1. 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If :I Ir Ji, I 11oY"1 ' ' '-if , 1 Il HE ,, I "1 l 1 'I T .' flf I' ,'f.1r - 1 11111111 I fztl' 1-51,-I Ill :fe I I I' Inj K ll 1 , L- -.I I I Q Rabi-15 Li Spooner Topping Hamrnes Jeffords Cleland Earnest Kelly Goodhue Roh-erty Boulden Bu-fton Howard Desmond Chamberlain Boyd Beisner ' if il-iff' --hiQl' .'f,,gM""7" ,, Y P AZ., ,nd . VA Y Q7 5 -,-,, 'Uv . 5- ,V ', "1 Q V I Myer ww-1--f-.-..-..-.-.-K-mAq17"' 1 ,. V 6,1 'ls-r ,, , . ,,. . . .g.-l- ,. , . . , '. 'l'lll: XIX!-,IIIX IIIXIX NIINXI-lhlik -'fl-f Vhnncisku l3Q m1'd and Stuff. l"S s ll"-- Nxmr, I.-u um -. .ln-11 Xl. S- rl-lu. l-'nz xx n lil :Au 'l'l:l xixx Sl'-Hman IZ-Hx lim 1 mx lll.l1Il1IIIi. linfxluxn livru limi: - .XNNX .IHHXNHX .Xx xx l'll.X5llSlQlil..kIN Xlnzw lIm1l.n:'rx' I-'lm-l'N4'1 ' 'l'u1-1-lv' . K . . . I linilzxlrlg l'l.l'Ql..XNlD Uli.u'l-I l':.XliXli4'1' UILXUI-I Guurlzlix' I-'l.m:r:xrl : timmllmz IH-zuxlvl: llnlmfzs - l.Yx1.xx .llilfl-'HICIIN W. Xl. .XNSIIVI-l'l'Z - !,' 1 ,I--:VJ-'nf ll'-flvfwl' fflnzlnf Q-' .Ufllmfp I' lf'lf'rfl'f , A , l,g!,f-.41-1, ,Mun Ill , . ,xllllll lu .V zzsu' '.. -,UA I .S fL'rft'lUl'l'1lf Ul'1lf'1l'l'rr1l .Wu iurs J un iurs Supl: U rn u rcs I"r'v.vlzuzc'r1 Y. H1 l'. .l. Tl'4'4I.illl'l'l' Ill-f'llll'I'S 9, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA em AVE you heard sweet strains of As you go up Normal Hill, in the blue-gray of the morning. Or in the twilight still? Have you heard melodious voices Blent in harmony sublime, , All without a hint of discord And in perfect beat of time? If you list, you cannot miss it, E For therels music in the air From Normal Hall to Music Room There 's music everywhere. There is Treble Clef and Chorus A "Lyric Dozen" too, There are soloists and pianists True musicians, and not few. Or perhaps if you have wandered To the school on Morfday night, You have heard the Mandolin Club Playing music sweet and light., Oh, you can not help but hear it lf perchance you enter there, music For in Normal School there's music, Lovely music everywhere. 60 H V, N iv lvw- -....- - E , . 1 1,-I h J 7 -rx, i- .q,,E 5 JI... -. V I gl 4 V -'tk .xy JF, ...V X .. -' ' - U' x 2. Fa ..:'Nl:- ,L -.I L. - ' 2. . 9 fx 9 " ' Q,' .'-I' '.fY- ff'-2' ' '- I 'p' -1' r -r-y, -'.' 5119455 1-' f.iaa-if X ' if-021: f' X l j' ,f ' u 1 5 I x 'I K' I K I ' mg ' fd A ' Z' '14 . ,..- , ', 4- .. X ,U'-W 1' ff ... ., f-. - -x-Q, fvfu X X xx I XXX ' 'KJN1 " "SKK, x . 'V' - ws, Q.-A rl XTHH- '- ff .Ax-.ll .Q 'Q , 'vm x isis... 5 1' 'lbs 2 " V -213. 5 Vffglg ' 1 . ' iff K x XX-Q uywyxvi . . QXKKQNQ V' X XA SX Xxylff XS. If . s 1 4 '4 A Pau-frey Desmond Wightmfan Die Lan-0 Boulden M. Rofhenty Bannister B'ea1'dslfey Slaxe Grimstad Cleland A. Roherty Noel E. Smith Price Hoard Leland White Sfimplso-n Zimmerman Hodge Lewis Mac-Millen Noble Eberle L. Smith. Pie-rstorf llnrd S. Smith Goodwin Baade , . . . , . . . . , '7-Q-1 llllx NlNl'.l I-.LX - l'.l.l-,X l-.X KllXNl'.l5K.AX -fl. ix li tn' , ,. , . "l',1 ,- ., 1 lg ..V t .g .Xil ii- lzn-'1nf---i-.i:-- mga:-ifiw fi.ll2', XMIM' HI' ll.1' init- Lili' Ll-lllilll-'fl ll:l'l'v'. 1 1 : .xllllivllljll ll:--x w-,nltl h.-- tin- instant' l'P'll1lll' . , , . , . lll ln'l"llQlllL1 l'l ll'1"Ils' l l--t. . I . . P X-in lllh 1- an mn-n-:il 1-lun x-fn f--t-, ,Xli-l trllti--'tl I'-ll' lln-ii' it-Wh il:-ft. ntlgiil I-I is lin' Sill- iii 'l'i'-'hlv Ph-ll. 'l'h.-x' lviutvtit-1' vu-ix' W.--lin-Ntlaix' ni"ht -A 1 .Xntl wnrk with at will In gt-t things right, So Wll0Il they do sing 1'-it' ns 'Iii at tlclight To listen to 'l'1't-ble Clef. This 1-lnh i4 knnwn tlmntglinttt tht- tnwn: .Xml this is thv Wil-Y tln-.V w-in tt,-n-vwn, w 'lillt' gll'lS uf Illia,-lnlv lllvll. llnw' gain- at t-uin't'1't n whih- nun, 4 .-Xlltl t'Yt't'.YHllt' t'llj-v.X'wl il l l-llt-iw, Surh zu tri-:it una- ft-ltleni hats ln-rv ln.-lnw . . , , , . .Ks ltftt-ning tw lwhh- 1 lvl. , . . . lhvir mm-s nrt- soft :intl swf---t :in-l vh-an' 'lln-t' fzill ph-:is:1ittlv nn thu- lirtt-ning mn' 1 - 1 a I l-ruin lla- stngt-rs if lla-hlv lla-V. Mies llzikt-t' ln-:inn-l with git-:tt th-light. A 63 " L- ' Y- Y f - M -Q -Y4'4 fgrfw V- - ' ' """' ""' "" f -1" ""4 1 9 -51 Hurd Langdon D E. Clark Sleeter Burns Calvert MacMillan Boyd V. Smith 3 ,V Q A, 4, -W A - --.X ,iw ff-V .-..- X - X ,M Y - V r Y , V - , V ,ir H 1 z V Q-, Q - . AI .W . Q, , , A .rv Y Y Y Y 7 Y -,,..,,,,..,,.i...,, Y 7,7 V. Y ,.Y, ...ir , ,. , , H ,W I- - V , '-- --'--f-'Y-,Y , W, ,-, ,,,, VW.. , , , ,,.,,. .,..- 7-,J 'l'lll'Q XlXl'.l l .lzX l1l.l,X 1-,X NllXXl:lbli-'X -ff.-1 xvlgllllllilll .lulnuwu Vh-lzlznl N1-wa-ll I x - - llll'll' pu-sl-lat umm- IS u-:ally sm,-ll. Lilllv Hlplnaln .Xnnil-R vfvllll' I-v nur lnmfl- l-1 Slalj' -Xml with lnvr lm-uglxl I'-'ur manifl+ In plan' llllw Slug sw eww-Ilbx' :llhl HI 1-lvzllf 'l'lul-ir faunu will last fur unnny il 51-nr. I 4 Q7 THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKAA fig: i Normal Boys, Glee Club. Jolly Larkin Maxwell Hofland McLaughlin Phillips McNally Smith McLane Banting Vance 66 V ll 1 ' -1. I , . Tw IIII-. XIXI-.l I-.I-.X - I-.I.I-.X I-.X NIINNI-.lbIi--X 'Tw ,yric Uufcn. I- f -- I.-.suv Il- -3 iw- I X-I EF z' im- lI1Ir -1 xx: I. -I-:--QI-I flue v II.-'xv I,--zu-'I IIA- xx- 1:-51-r -'I' IM-ix' --n-1 If.---'unfI lI.1f,l'gIx N'IIllZlI I-II-zu' am-I I--.1:, 'I'Iu-ugh "I-'f1lfr'.w II--,ia-11" IVIIIIF II:--In xx'--II. 'I'In- Imp- rlaufl vu-:xl ul' IIA- Xwmml mu-iv wf.rI1I 1-In plum- I-'ri1I:nvx' I-xx-ning. X NIH'--In 'IIII-, in X-xngzll II:1II. Il un- CIIISIIIQI'-I Inix lI:n- 'I'n-IIIn- VI'-I' I'IuIn,:m1I I II llll'HlIH'l" W- la- fmih-f -ll' grzlliliaalliun :III--V lIn- e'-1 nw-ll. .XII IIN- ewgsllnizzlli-m4 ul' lI.1' -mIl11I IHIQ lvzlll. ZIIIII lI:u--Y XYPII' :I--I-le--I In-Y NI:-F. IIHIHIII-, MIA IIIIIQ-n-In-F, Nlr. 'I'm1gtn:.l-I-.:n1'-I Rfr. Xfi1I,1 If- lu. xxljm- -yxqlzifilv pIn.xix:g -11' IIN- iluu- pr-ni-I.--I .um-lIIing nu! ul' IIQI- --rnIil::ll'.x'. 'IIn- ihsl :npln-:11'zl1u-v ul' ilu- xnanlq- fluzlrlvlh- in Xurmul lI:nII was wr-V xu-Iunnzn-. 'II:m- lu'-I numIn-rs Inhx' lIu- Sn,-ni-rr liirlf Quart:-llv mn- In-II gin-l'. :1lnI uIlifln-rs -I' "g,1'lllll4I mln-ran win-" xu-xv In-:ml :lI'la-r XIV. II lntln-f s s-:I-1. "'I'In- SIIHNQH Ivy tIu- 'I'n-III4- I I4-I. :ls-im-:I Ifhx' Mus. II-fuluIg gm.I NIV. I'I1'i4-kwzn, n is In-:mliI'uI. :mel IIn- Inzumunhx :an-I t'XIlII'rrIi-ll, :xx nlwqn-vs, -Imm--I tha- xxm-Ig ul' Nlws lfzukl-r. 'l'I:1- Blanul-'lin I'IuII :m.I IIN- I.qx'xi4- I'-:vu-n, with III.-ir HYIIIKIIIPJ xx mhz se-ng. In-In up lI.1,- PISIIIIIZIIQI uf lIn- 1-xl-111113. LII' may THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mop Several of our musical organizations were first presented toe' the public on the evening of November eighteenth, at a concert given under the auspices of the Senior Class. A contrast in entertainment was afforded, which made the numbers given by our students unusually pleasing. The following program was given: , ' PROGRAM. Selections ' Mandolin Club Carmena . . . Senior Quartette Evening Prayer in Brittany .... Treble Clef ' Accompanist, Miss Elsie'Shepard. Flute Solo .... T . T . Mr. Michelson Allah be With' Us .' up Mr? Trautmann Violin Solo-a In Memoriam A b Madrigal . Mrs. Rounds Song of the Wood-cutters . . Male Quartette Flute Solo-Valse Caprice . by Mr. Michelson The Bandolero " . . I . Mr. Banting The Snow ...... Treble Clef Assisted by Mrs. Rounds and Mr. Erickson. D ' Flute Solofa, Andante Molto E-xpressivo , . Mr. Michelson b Andante quasi Allegretto The Nightingale and the Rose . . Lyric Dozen 68 tlu-ir :it-miiipziiiist, lla-vtliuvt-ii, lliiiulvl, Mitt. Xlaixwt-ll, whth' haul it nut lu-t-it 'Qi-f 'l'lll-Q XlNl-Q'l'l-Ql-.N-l'.l,l-.YI-.X NIINXI-.ISKA 'GN Out' JLIICSK Urgztnixutimi. Nurmztl Buys' Qugirtct. 'l'lu- gtvzttt-rl wuiulvr nf :ill this si-lui-il is tlu- "ll-its' Qiizirtt-ttt-". Nuw. wluv :ini-ing tlu- fttult-nts, ur t-wil tlu- fzu-iiltiv, wuultl think thztt tlu- buys nt tlu- X-irinail mul-l sing? .Xfti-r tiiiu-h tlvlilu-rzititiii wt- wt-rv uhh- tu pit-lc nut fuur Ui-lung im-it lu ilu tlu- ringing :iiul si-vt-rail utlu-rs lu ilu tlu' nuttizigitig, lllltl ln l---lk :tftvr :illziirs in gt-lu-rail. .Xftt-r marking niu' :ippt-:ti':iiit-v in Wliiti-wattvr llivrt' St't'lllt'll IH ln' ttwl lllliltlltlg lztrgt' vtlullglt lu lttllal lltt' tttltllvllt-4' wlilvll uislu-tl tu lu-:ir tliviu. Su wlu-ii ztri':itig1a'uu-tits wt-tv insult- tlu-v gain- t-uu,-rtuitiuu- uuvft uf tlu- lzirgv t-itii-s ul' this Fllllllll'-Y, aiiul tlu-ti tht-5' wvtit ailirmul. nt, ut Xluvh -if tlu-ir sim-t-ss was thu' In tlu-ir instriu'ttir, l.. llzikt-r Ili-l.aiiu', :mil . . , . . for tlu-ir aulx':iiu-v :igt-nt. llutiaihl ltulu-rtsnti Phillips, tlufy wuuhl nut lmvt- lim-ti uhh- In luivt- stu-h nn tinlimitt-il tuur. 'l'lu'ir zulvcrtisinv nizimwt,-r, Williziui rv F' .Iuhiis Xl:u-l.:u'lihin, tvitziitQ lwpt tht' puhlit- :tt thvir wit's vml hy his t-lussy zulu-rtist-nu-nts. Yi-ry plt-using ullu-ts we-to rt-iulurvtl on tluf stage on zu-t-uunt fit' tlu-ir iliii-l' i-lm-ti'u-iatii, 'l'lunuais l-Itlistm llullziiul, :intl tlu- prupt-rly nmnaigur, .lulinsun .lt-lllirtls l.:irlcin. 'llu- maui in tlu' nllivv, Frank I-I. Long .lullt-y, hu-l ill, Tlu' nu small task nttt-iuling In tlu- vtirivspmiilviu-0 mul answering cz Qtmrti-ttv. whit-li is uniiipusi-tl ul' Su-plu-n Mt-Xully, first ti-nur: llurluw Smith, sm-uiul ti-nur: l-'vrgtis limiting, lirst hziss. :mul .lnhn Vzttu-v, su-mill liziss, tu-ml llu wiiltvn tt-stiiizutiy, liut-zitisu tlu-ir l'L'IlllltlllUll is national. O9 ,,,-m1,.,., ,-4,4-, Ma-W. .Wav-..Q....i......,,..,... , .,.. , -..... - vm... fp-.- - ful- M, gf 'fill 7 lQ4.j." - AQ: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ, K 9 MP' 'l'lll', XlXl'.ll1l'X-l1l.l1Nl1X XllXXl1lhli,X HTHLETHQS k . U r O ... -. .1 -1. 1 -.............,,,,..,... ,- ... H 'W -A---ff, -V , ,- 1-M Grenzow Larkin Graham' Anscheutz MacLachlan Maxwell Harrop Hulse Kelly Schroeder Spooner Chaffee Scholl McNally Langdon Bluett O'Nei1 D oll Kippers Jw- -- -- U.-we f--udp-errv---L,,,, -ff- -1 '-f-f- if 1- --:.N.,.:.,-- -r ""-"' 9'--..rv-rf" f-, 'f"i'.f-"'7'1" ,"' 1"'f:'l"- ' '+ """" -"-""""" ""' ""' " ' ' ""L""' ' " "" -7, 'llllx XlNl1ll-l-,X l-l.l:Xl:X NIIXXI-.l5K.'X -3. l 4, I F A-V l"r'l'lln4s A lil- .ln-l 4 ll"' N' l ln llv' ul' l""" Inv. .,: .1 n'-v.. ,f u. . . 1 . , . '- xml- ffl1-- I-l lm- lll.llllNlQlNN -rl lin- XHI' 1 . - 1:-gal l-umm, mil un- planing -luring llnv ITIIH ---41--ln ln-ll x--- l lln- lullllgun-x' ul' lu: '-H11--I' xx-lvl., Il un- lzllllvl' ln- llwml .4 mg-' HIV l9l-- 1jQllll1'lll.lll lu- Q-lgunng ull:--ll ll--lp.--l I-I um lln- gqun-'f lln- .Nl'ill'. l'vl'- lmp- Sh-xv l'illllll'll lnlgln-r al- il lmfv lnalll lll2l.Xl'l'lll1lll ln any -vllu-r lu-Ill nf illlllt'lll'r. lllf Xlllll1ll'ilWill lrwm sm-lnml llns war I will nn-:nn an gn-at lense lu ilu: lvzun. STI-2l'lll'ZX M1N.Xl.l.Y. 'l'lll-' 'l'l-IAM. l"""'5' "'N"il . liiulnl lilul Wall.-r lmll QUfl""'f' l.-- ll'-5' llillu-ru-vu liiglu 'l'm-lalv .IIN-pln I.:unr.:ulnn . l"ull Hawk Arthur l':miul.-r . lllghl Huurul Su-plu-u M1'N:mlly l4'1llIl-I I-"fi HHH llulwrl l'In:nlTl-l- . l'l'llU'l' lh-rl Lalrkln . llllllll Ulllf William Anxlnn-zz l.m-ft l-lull lmnnlal NI1-lmmllllill - sul' 'I'rum:nu SIPHIIPI' I.:-ft lin-l llilllllllll S1-lmlin-lll . Sub .lvxsv S--lu-ll I.a-fl 'l':n'kI-r William Nlzlxwe-ll Sub Hurry .Xlltln'l'NUll I.--ll Huznr-l 'l'llI' 4l.Ull'IS. lN'lZlYilll In-nl' S--In-Ml . .1 Xllflllill li In-!:u':m In-:lf S1-lrml . -l Xufllllll 1' I-'-rt .Ukiu-lm llizh Sl-ln-ml ll Normal tl XYlllln'w:lU'I' lllLClI Svlllilll . ll xurlllill , l'I:lIl--villv N-vruml . -1 Nvflllill U I agp, 'THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA sg, When the foot ball roll-call for 1910 was sounded very few old men were foun-d present.. Several of last year's team had graduated, wliile others had not return-ed. Among those not returning was Captain-elect Murnma. The incoming Junior 1Cflass usually furnishes several husky fellows, but this year proved an exception for there were only three men who could possibly be developed into good foot ball material. After three weeks of uncertainty McNally was chosen captain, and prac- tice commenced. Grenz-ow, a former graduate of our school who is now teaching in Norm-al, was chosen. coach. During his four years in Normal he has been in every form of athletics which our school affords. In a very short time he had a fairly creditable te-am whipped into shape for the first game against the' Delavan School for the Deaf. The first quarterr of this game opened with a rush on the part of the Normals and the Dummies were fairly swept off their feet, the first touch down being secured in the first two minutes of play. Shortly after Langdon was sent over the goal line for the second touch down. McNally kicked goal. By this time the Deaf Mutes had recovered from their stage fright. In the third quarter, Wilson, the Deaf Sch-ool's iquarter, secured a long forward pass, and raced away for a. touch down. Delavan failed to kick goal. 'The remainder of the game was an even fight, neither, side being able to score. ' A V A The following Saturday, Delavan played a return game and turned the tables, winning by the same score as did the Normals in the preceding game. Whitewater's only touchdown was made by Larkin. He played the same hard aggressive game that he did last year and rarely failed to make his required distance. r Q The game with Platteville is always the most important game on four schedule. This year, the game was played at Platteville, on a field covered with four inches of snow. Whitewater played with a crippled team, but fought hard from start to finish. The injury to Langdon caused a shift in our whole line-up. The only score in the whole game was secured by Platteville On a. wide end run. it Several of the Whitewater players thought the Platteville man ran out of bounds, so they did not tackle hlrn. The snow -on the ground prevented the referee from seeing the side lines, and the score was allowed. Whitewater came home welT sat- isiied with the result. , The work of tP'l-atteviuefe referee Wee exeeuenrr The results of the past eason t to vict ' b t U S were 110 Very gmtifying in Tegafd ' ories u f ' , - . ' U vi , ye are well pleased with the new rules. No serious injuries were received, as was the case last year Many of the more objectionable lavs wer - , - . ' ' , ', ' Jn H7 IHPH, e made im-possible, without making it a game for lf? 3 COCC CS . Foot ball has ranked, and will still rank first in com- tt' ' - . pe 1 lon with all forms of athletics in the schools of the middle west. 74 NINI IIAIN ll,l'XlN XllNXlalHlx..X -I.., J Rl I N0 ,.,.- 1,1-.Ill l'or--y WX!-ll Truman Splmm-r Edwin 'fosfluo llulwrt CllllffL'L' B1-rl Larkin. chap! .Xllvvfl Vlllllllw llxlmlzlll Svll-flivlul Walla-r ll-'ll l':lkllI'I'll lllilll sl'lll'l'l l-Ilkh-'ru llisll S4-In Slilwzlllkvv Nnrmzll Milt--n 4'-'lla-:v Nlilwnukm- X-vruml l'l:lth-villv Normal l..Xl2li 15. ,-I 'al l 1 1 l N! - N 'X Q , N l-.L I l"l", lull -'ll-' --ll Un' -1 .ll .ll--I.: .l.. l li' Ill-' vlan-Il. Un ll ' 1, -ln E'.-"?:.n1n--l1ll,41- uvll l t Y '.'-.l- l-v lvl' ll1'gH'lllll'l In ' 1 x'..1- .1 Fmt'-l illlll l' , :nn-E .nu :mlm-I-I -"1 ll-lNl"lll L'l"'lllI-l gqlim-r. ll' wx-lu xxzmi lu know lawn "l'1'--:lm,x" 5-lax-x--fl lla-' lv-frlllnll uf "llill'll in E-41-luv! lull. an-la .xlllll'l'-'Ill ul' Nlilxxmnlu-1-. Tl I E TEA M. l'l l l-I , Luft Furwural Right I-'orwurll . Center . Center Lvrt Gunrll lllzht Huzml l"lll'Wtll'Il , liuurll HAH!-IS. fi! X-frmznl IU II! N1-Flllzll I2 -S-I XI'I'lll1ll IU lil Nl'l'lll1ll IU fill N"I'lllZll lil li! Nurluznl H Grenzow Lessin- Chaffee Spooner Schroeder Phillips Larkin O'Nei1 Maxwell Scholiield . . . . V. ,.........--.-.....,....... . . . 1 7 6 1 L W . , VI.-l llll-. XIXI-.Il-.l:XMlxl.l-.Xl-.X ,XIIXNI-.lhlifx ffl lgllSlxL'l llzlll. lil- l f V, l X... Ll. I ' lzl l--:llll.lllll'lll- all-' l---lll: il--lll '.--gllil l-- ilu-i an.:-.. -ia--fl lm- liar --I I--gllll. 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'll'--in illlll l.:ll'kill, lll lil- flllll-l glllliv. lhilllp-, lhzlll'-ll-, :lllll Sp-will-l' xl'l-rl- lHll'li ill lhl- lfllllllh Wl- llfl hull lllll-xl llll- pllilll I-l Ihl' ll'lIlll wllivh llilll ell-fo-:ltl-ll lls ll -ll-l-lxlll-lx' llll- xl--l-ll In-Illll-. Xlhsl lll' lhl- :llllll'4 plalbwll ll'l-l'l- 2l'!illllSl lvilllli ,lfl-l-v ll.-ll lull- lllzl-l lllsll -ll-lll-hw alll-lw Ivlll' llll-ll. lll lhl- l'l:l!ll-xilll' :alum lllzl' lzllp'-l lllilll uns fll.:llll'l' lllllll lhl-il' Flllillllil Illilll. This 'x'l::lr'Q I-.-:llll llili lu-l-ll 2llPlllHllIlZlll'l.Y l-llrisll-lll'-l "'l'l:v l'y':lllil-s". 'l'lll'.X' we-rv Vilpll- hll' ul' lllilhllllg Rl wr-x' lnilrl Qjilllkv, :l+ wzls -hl-llll ill lhl- jfilllll' with Blil- 'lklllllivl' Xlfflllill. lllll +ll'l-llgth :lull hl-ight l-llll ilflllllil lhlfm. T7 .v Larkin Scholiield . MacLaoh1au Schroeder Sissou Tessiu Spooner Doll O'Neil ' Williams Phillips Benzene Schoonover Wilson McLane A -4 A ig: , . , ...., ,W ff-4-W.. 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Y llulll-Ill'l'Y. .ll-ISSII-I l',X3ll'lil'Ill I X - 4 1 Clough Grliimstad, CCfap-t.5 Gribble Birkinbine Pierstorff We lack the space and the time To tell much in poetical rhyme,- ln fact to tell muchlat all , Of the wonders of our Girls' Basket Ball. Of high jumpers there are not a few, i The best of whom's Jane Agnew. They're surely a good lively team, You'll agree when you hear Nan scream, Some are fine at guarding the ball, I 'They'll defy you with elbows and all. Some few among Juniors you'll see Who scrap with the poor referee, But the one good trait above all, Quite helpful in girl's basket ball,- y When the score to one side is not pleasing To avoid a laugh and embarrassing teasing They boldly convention defy, I And conveniently call it a tie! 82 . ,. . f . -v. - " , 'P V f 'L , ""' f"-"" ' V, 4--H A f- . n - . .U . . .. .Y -.5 . -- 7' -' - . Y ". " . , ., " . X- ating: . 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A. held a pleasant recep- tion in the gymnasium, for the faculty and students. Here the ice was broken, and acquaintances were formed and renewed. This was followed by a reception given by the Methodist Church. I h j n 'U - CLA-SS FUNCTIONS. On Friday evening, Septem'ber'30th, the Juniors were 'entertained at the home of President and Mrs. Salisbury. Each Junior carried a mysterious parcel to the party and traded with other members of the Class. Many hearty laughs were enjoyed when the surprise packages were opened. A-fter enjoying this for a while, each guest was given twenty-five beans, which he had to for- feit to any person who 'could make him smile. The 'fgigglersn soon lost their supply of beans, but the contest went on merrily and two Juniors, with their "sleeves .full of smiles" and their bags full of beans, finally won out. After dainty refreshments were served, all took part in a musical program, which closed the evening's fun. All went away feeling that they had spent a very pleasant evenin-g. J The Sophomore Class entertained the Freshmen at a Hallowe'en party Friday evening, October 28th. All of the ghosts, invited and "uninvited", were present, and a jolly time was enjoyed by all. V The Seniors were royally entertained in the Upham home, at a'Hallowe'en party, October 29th, by Mr. an-d Mrs. Upham and Miss Henderson. The rooms were appropriately decorated with witches, 'black cats, jack-o-lanterns and candles. The evening was spent in trying different Hallowe'en stunts,- 86 "Z,-f 'l'lll-1 NINI-,l'l'.l'.X Q lxl.l-.X l-.X .NllXXl'.l5lxl-X "Tw I . 4 XA. 'l - N- i .. .l ,i , A l'---e . " Il-f- , 71. I nl, -- 'X HAH .llul lil' -l.lE'.l!u'-I .i!.-l lfll.a-.- ,1.', XX ,lv ll" 'lak l'Lg1g2.lN 2214, ll-1, -l1l.j .ng .SM l',2. 2.3, .1 . 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'l'ln' mlm-uralliulx :rln-u.nf was FU ln:u:IiI'x:ll-x' uuri:-al Hui, nn-l -um-lx an pl--an-:ml lima- wzns gin-n :ull Ilan! ilu- l-'multx' rl-all-ti--In -ff l!'ll will ln- lun: I'l'llll'lllllI,'l'l'll za- .1 m--st vlujn-vznlllu nm-. ST agp THE NINET1-EEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA may A FESTIVAL, OF NATIONS. On Saturday evening, March 18th, the Y. W. ICI. A. gave a public social in the gymnasium. The nations of Ireland, Iceland, Holland, Japan and Nor-- way were represented by appropriate booths and refreshments characteristic of each nation. A special feature of ,the evening was a program consisting of a Dutch dante, songs of the different nations, and recitations. The crowd found its way to the gypsy fortune teller, in one corner of the room and many had their past, present, and future revealed for the small sum of five cents. The ice cream, cakes, candy, pickles, etc., served as drawing cards for the attractive booths, and when once there, very few could resist the temptation to purchase some of the dainties. The festival was a great success, both socially and financially. ' V . - or On Friday evening, January 13th, the Y. W. C. A. entertained the girls of the school at ten centnspreads. Each member invited ten girls. Part of the evening was spent in making candy. The girls reported a very good time. NORMAL DANCEIS. , , J, Three dances have been given by the school in the gymnasium, at which the usual numiber of students assembled for the evening's fun. I A The Philomathia entertained the girls of the school and the women members of the faculty in the gymnasium. October 8th. Dainty programs were passed around and the evening was spent in dancing., g A , , PHI'IJOiMfATHLA EVENTS. The Philomathia held a banquet and dance February 17th for its members and their young men friends. The banquet was held in the parlors of the Congregational tC1hurch. The room and the tables were prettily decorated with valentines, hearts and candles. Miss Wood acted as toastmistress, and several witty toasts were given. After the banquet the crowd gathered in Guild Hall for the evening's dance. 'The Hall was also beautifully decorated with cupids and with banners. The music was exceptionally good and it was avery happy crowd that danced the "Home, 'Sweet Home", that night. 88 'l'lll-. Xlfxl1ll,i1X fl2l.l',XPX N1lXXl:lbK--X v . , 1 I - -- . , .. -.. .. 3- f,.v .-l - .Y-' " . 1 a. . . .I-.' .ffaf ,ffl , Q , ' X. - 90 4 V A M 4oe.:.s:ir. b,f4"'o n Q, ' ' 4 1' - 7 VV'-AJ Qxuy' fin! ti' v'.'.'f'I'-'a PM - 4, , '-,I s . I n WMHLD WYMRSIW fs W L H U MJT TWD CF. ag. THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA ag. A Faculty Meeting. Q If the students werethe faculty and the faculty were the studentsj. Scene: The student-presidentis officej , A I ' A President-"The meeting will come to order. I see that there, is no one 'absent and no one behind time, and it pleases me, for we have much business to do this evening. I suppose the sooner we get to work, the quicker. First of all, there's that young Freshman by the name of Rounds. He hasn't been on time for his eight o'clock recitation this quarter. I think he ought to be compelled to drop the study, or be on hand at 7:30 a. m. for the rest of the quarter. 'Any remarks?" y I . I Grammar Teacher-"That would be a good plan, and I' heartily endorse it." President-"Very well. Now comes a matter of more serious nature. Mr. Schroeder has ffswipefie Senior psychology as a fifth study, and, further- more, it appears that his brain, is hermetically sealed, as it were,ito any psychology which the instruetortries to drive in. What is to be done?" Another 'Teacher fslowly and edeliberatelyj-"MrPresident, I am greatly surprised and much grieved at such actions. It seems that the only remedy lies in compelling him to drop the subject. Therefore, I- recommend-+" Teacher No., 3-"Well, really now, he works hard and perhaps it will be easier for him next time if he is allowed to continue it now,---" President-Q'fEnough! He has practiced deception. Mr. Schroeder will drop psychology, for this quarter, at least! Now about that student teacher, Miss Taggart. She has proven to 'be teaching subject-matter and not cihldren, and, in addition to this, she has had thirteen lesson plans from one to six days late. It is useless to spend time in discussing this. iSuflice it to say, her practice class will be taken away immediately." - ' ' English Teacher-"Miz President, I have a student now in my rhetoric class, who has shown such ability in writing themes, that I recommend that . ' ,, 90 "lv 'lIII: XINI IIIN IIIXIN XIIXXIl5IxX T. v t K N 'I I-- I 2. x. I - N' I. I .L ' F , Hg, I4 in .I H5 'I 1' '- Ez gm- ' 1 -H ,, I '. .ani IH -, Q I " I' - I I ' I I - 4 . ' '.I' I --.'- If .I:- - 1 - .I,-', .l.zl. .'-4' ...l.-' .iff-ful !I.l I H --ia: I-.a-zu-H 11-'Ii-'. 'I' 'In--1 I .1 -z' XIr, N.I'z-msn.. ZH' I'lv-1-I-ll -SI 'I -A N-Isa fz' I..1--, 1 Nz- -N-.Ix I-I 'Il . .ISM .XII I 'IU-m'KzxI,1," Isl lie! stiuflewxz' - ' IEA"-I .I ' In I ' - ' I -.V II-f'-.I law-'Il!l3.' II' '21 - snwsai- I-Inu ,1I-- "I,e,:,- --- gf A- -I - ' l I n "I -. I I 21'-.flflg IH' ' 1'- I III-' lu'-'IIHQ1 IN Nu-I---is-I ' X ag. THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA .Q Why Came to Normal. Anna Taft-To realize my 4'Ames"q. , Emma Budzein-To boost the Country Training Course. Helen Rogan-To go a' "Larkin". . Helen Richardson-JTO air my university fknowledge. Leta Acheson-Just to spend the intervening time. , U Alice Bufton-That I-may advance my knowledge and be a pride to my community. A . J. Langdon-I was so lonesome away from her. A Viola Wightman-That I might meet my fate. W. Doll-To learn how to dance. I F. Kelly-To get a wife. I J. Leary-To iind my "Price". I Nan McMillen+To iill up my date program. D. Rees-To gain an opportunity to express my valuable opinions. H. Kippers4To make the acquaintance of Prex. , , R. Scholiield--To cultivate the ability to conduct .myself properly in the Assembly room. ' 1 Magdalen Deiner-Just for a high old time. I Mae MacLane+Tox work off my surplus energy. V G. McLane+To derive the greatest possible benefits ' from "Lit" Blanche Shumway-To find someone to flirt with. H. Holland-To take music under L. A. B., a Jessie Campbell-To get as much Theory as possible. Jessie Martiny+To get acquainted with the boys. G. Lycan-To help Prex run the school. W. MaXwell+To obey all rules of the school. Daisy Chapin-To browse in the Library. E. Tessin-To become an orator. A. Phillips-To keep up the school standard. R. Martin-To pass away the time. I R. Zintz-To make a hit with the girls. L. Bluett-To rest my weary bones.. F. Banting-To get broken in. D. MacLachlan-To get rid of Dad's money. L. 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"' is -our--' Ka Hauff rt.. rv is A 1- -s - , 5 - A ' - - A ,- - .L 'f':f'-71: 4, - L, ' - ...--J - - I-W ,--- .-..4.,- ,I-,"' sg-, 'L"'..':.,.1 Msg- Mfn Y ,., .Li -Q., . 1 --, X ,. , ww f ,.......: . l S i z 1 t 49: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q, I Gde on the Blue Socks of Banting. She noticed it first when in classg It came to her quite with a shock, She never had' seen it before, The heavenly blue of his sock. She knew then that he would be true, And stand quite as firm as a rock 5 For who could be false when he had Such an exquisite blue in his so-ck? , Apologies to Tennyson. oo A oooh i o ,Aga 5 ,...o o....cg'?-3227 gvg-g..00 o O O 0 0990 Oooo The Ambitious Few. r To be a prize fighter-Ray Martin. To sell fountain pens-Viola Wightman. To have straight hair-Eva M'cCune. . To have two strings to my bow-Helen Rogan. Q 5 .s To get to breakfast on time-Miss Finn's Club Girls. 1 31 , ll To become an orator-Fergus Banting. . . I 1 To teach one year' Qand no longerj-Pearl Newell. l 1 To be a gym teacher-Leland Bluettp ' To have at stylish coiffure-Eva Bannister. To gracefully appear at Rhetoricals-Donald MacLachlan. To advance society-Gertrude Desmond. ia 96 1. I 1 f'3.- 'l lll'. XIX!- ll-l:X ll l-X!-X XIIXXIIMXX s XYIM-11 l'r'L-sidclmx Slmlllul thc fzllllix. 0 X lZ.,,1- I 5 4 Z ll-au liz- 1 -.eng Ti.-f n.1i-f-, 12-' N-!1ifi4 V.:-1 '1.lH,jf4f mg-, XX.:-- .l:':.m,h--, f -',-bmw' ', 'lfuai :Z -h- nv h ' -'la 5 -Evfsz, 'lf-la ' '-- H' I lx. z., K ill..-'!l -Zu-5. fl zlzxmgix, X-,xx lin- Mann l- xxfulinf. 4151!-ical:-v lim -11-u--, hx-u uzfl lm! -lvznhx 2 l'f-.:ng--- lima: lin-il' Nm-Img lam- L XY?u'1n flu'-'xxlnl-Hanlnw Intl- in wlnlnlnly. i XM- f--II--xx---I li:-' S--Ili-'l'1 --xanlrnph 3 ln n"u'!'-X IDIINNNIQI' wan 2 1 llul If !---I I-f an xv-xx -:unpl-' HI' in-vu vlnil-in-n am- !--11 an-Huy. 'Nw ux-fruing XLSIN bright am-l -lIllIl,X Hur Eu-:alle xx--xv light :lull frv--. I 'l'!n---v min- xn-rv lllllfllll'-i In in- "v:nH.-I lm" f A ,, 3 lla:-i Nlu-Iwi nn--'I-1'-xnlngljvi R - Y . 2 l'l'1'flv!w-Ill -lllI!lm-- Im- v:ll'-Hv--:ll'fl- gl Q 'l'?1-- anim-lnlv-N wiimallwlg S 'flu-n :fum-ing -n1i!iuglj. :nl ll- Il-- s':l!lul.X rilllmv- lin' l'Qll'li4. I. QCD-ya THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA fxQ3- I tremuble when I recall it.. Just imagine our -dismay To have our joyousness shattered , I In that calm, cold-blooded way. Well-you can imagine the sad confusion A And picture the rest yourself, Our standings can tell you the story They're recorded there on the shelf. This is warning, O future Juniors, - Though it's not of illustrious fbards, Beware of trusting those Seniors Because President shuffles those cards.. IS for Anscheutz' From fair Boscobel. I I When he puts on his tan-boots He sure cuts a swell. IS for Burns, N Who plays on the fiddle. The pieces she learns I 4 Are first-class, not middle. IS for Carey, A senior so bright, Who ne'er has toltarry To give answer that's right. 98 Q 'Tv llllz XIX!-.ll-.LX-1l'.l.l-,XLX N1lfXXl'lhlx.X ".-I N N. 11116 Il d ll r. v Fx ' X-5 X X X 2 S W " Vx A . l -I 1, I --,' ' ,jk Q , Twill. U .P Huff- -1.". Z' I.- Q im' - -'vLQ1.1E:1!a Q ,, . , S.-Elf. Srlxlrll' .. 7 1".l 'Inf' l Q 7 1 ' - ll1l'l'l'. ll!.l!- ' "HW Ill: S.-5.1, fl, Y. Vx. 4 . X. uw--51: sn xn un f ,A l.v'.lIH lllvvl- VI . ,Nl M - , -- 4.-gli, 1-3, XIV- um.-.2 :.1.2.- .V gurl-. H S--1.1. 111. limi. min-f--I I-3-K1 1 mil lim ' ' 5 'F F.-1.1, lil, Klan-5-.inn l!n'- - 1 E,-ixa. ' I FQ'llK,'f5, 'lhlvhin' f'!u'i- "l'LflHll!l"l LQIW 1' Q I 5.-!.1,IIH. l'r.-x l'Illl'llLllll' -llllllvnl 1 J H Q ILA N A, , H.-1, IL S.-muy .---:lb In-gill. N IH vl Q . lx l hun- -lullhx' yu-rw-I un lu- is 'f:T""':' 5 ', N:-'4"" l'llY In-ll'llHl:-. ..M--' , :--w-s - - H I " Um, li, .lgnvln Xhlilw--1, ll:uI-fn I -"" 1' Q-nal-ling. CLI. I-7. l'.l'4lu'l'illiHIl nf Vlulv' l'-um-lt all 1'--ll:l'f'::lliH1l:ll 4'hurrh. lh-I. IH. llnllvr llink sunt--ul. X,-,ff H. I. TI. Sl'lllt.'l'k. .Xnfll-rs:-n :mel Klan-l.:n-lulzun I--:urn lu -ku " V IMI. 253. l!:uu ing S1-lm-vl ?IZll'll'll. F' , , 1 , , l " 192 Url. lm. Ill!!! Nlxlwl :HM XUTIIIZIX Iwrl intl! galnlv. H U 'C lint IH-nts--in-r lizmll. an H-1. ilu, Hull: m-111 illlllf' :ix--11 My Mr. Vgvilzun :ln-I Blu Q '-3 lIl'lllll'I'rloll In S.-niwr-. J Nm. l. lfirft numiwr -In If-1-mr-' ---:ul---. Yi--1--r Y--nw Ocl IM - tmu lizuni. SIA! QCD, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA fxQDQQ Xov. 5 Teachers at Milwaukee. School closed. Nov 09. Lecture in Assembly Boom by Mr. Fairchild. Nov. 12. First Normal dance. Home at 10:30. Nov. 15. Practice standings given out. Great rejoicing C ?j. Nov. 16 Bird man and "Brownie" gave nickle concert M in hall. I Xxx Nov. 19. Senior Benefit, Major 4'Hendershooter', makes X X Sax hit with girls in Mandolin Club. . K liu- ' Nov. 20. Y. W. G. A. initiation services in Gym. , ' fljy Nov. 24. Off to mother and turkey. Hazel Price orders Nov. 12 it W .G x r , , by WA! ' ri' Q hn fi' l 1 W4 1 M . f f I ' I gi .. Dec. 3 Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Tx LEC. 29. 3. 4. 11. 14. 15 22 cherry pie. All glad 4:23 to be back. A . Seniors entertain Juniors in Gym. at Fancy Dress Party. . 'C-leaning' up party dance in Gym. ' 1 Philo presents 'Thilo Magazine".to the public. Hit made. Lecture on Play Groun-d Movement in Assembly Boom. - Lecture Course. Lecture by Gov. Glenn of North. Carolina. 1 "The Boys" give a spread. ' A B Dec. 23. Boys given an after din- Dec Jan J an 'I' . co" 9-734' 'll ' 'luis Q51 pil ,Muffy . ff-'f' g . X ' 4 67 x O ' wa fl? ' i 7 ' l7'fe1iv"' ,, 27' Xfg call -' f f N ' X fi ff! PM v QNAZTIT.- -. X f S S Nils N Tis. . -.-- A g-.fvxl Xi fi-.1 --'Z ff -X-F --- , --f- ---in ii" ' 5 DCC. Il 100 Jan. 5. ner coffee in the office by Prex. Gif for home. Dance in Guild Hall. Masquerade at the Roller Rink. , lPlhilo girls initiated. Pie eating contest at the restaurant afterwards. Jack, Gerry and Don- ald treat. ' vw any v W-1 llllp XIXI ll I X l'lAl-XIX -..W- 'F' ' K if x Ajifif J ' N1lXNl lwlxX if i.lf. . .- f,,. l,sQ..a!e. . UQ-fin IIQ- l--p I I 'H I, Ygar. 1. H-. Il 1 a.. . . .Q T,-' xidl 52, i I I - ' I , I f' x ff X K H, ! .- - r',l s H' ' , k I 1 I LX f' W . F 'tv A A11 ,-fx' ,i 'N I . MX 'I' F Lf'4S?.LQ- f""""" 4 -x lc:1'uiLll71n5J1ll .l f":-Y V gow , '-v5mqfhf4 X 1, . Y xxx-gffd :M X ,ff - U - fb ij!" .1 4" 'll I i K! .5 ff! fd J.a:. Z1 mg: ' THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q? x s i tv J an. 211. happy- . X? A A Jan. 25. fs it Q H 4" C X ' -vip ' hx nl o v ' If' K YI 11. 5 aw gave-ha. -. 'D' ,..... ff .1--41", . .--"1 ..-"i""' , Jan. 27. rare species. M. Iiyl s New Practice Assignments. Everyone Dead cat added to museum. One of I Finals begin. Juniors begin to review Elkhorn plays basket ball in Gym. start search for jokes. 'I i ee Theory. I A Jan'27 Jan. 28. I Jan. 29. Joke Editors of Minneiska Feb. 1. School is turned into a canning factory. , D - A few disappear. V Feb. 4.1 Oratorical Contest. Phillips won. Feb. 9. "The Man on the Box." "A 'itiiia iii '1i1"'il""' eide --iP, vi'a9AliiTd H PGV 11-it 10 ,.-,-.... ..- .... .-- .... . . - -. , 2 .. ...a r- eas ' isa Feb. 17 .. E . v 2 in 0 ' O I nl 'I X . , i E Q Feb. 18 li 1' ht: if ' i"l"" 2:l:L?ag.:j ,..,:.qE1-'l'+' -f- AT.7pE- -V7 -vnn Feb. 22. Feb.25l Mx Feb.. 24 B L . . i 4 L a li G J. gig Feb. 25. ff? ' W ' Q i if 'M ' Feb. 25. O 0 "'1f. l 1'Qli O Q 1" W ix , G ll I. may Mch. 4. D4 L'f:7-fi?" 'E Qfriit liiyii ' mi.. 5. Feb. 25 Lecture Course by Piatt. - Anscheutz walked home bi with Pearl. Normal dance in Gym. Rees makes hit. - Philomathia ban- quet and dance. Holiday. Faculty Reception in, the evening. Custer f Blenefit Dance. Hubert is ' radiant. l Girls f i n d coats locked up. A Girls get coats by sleight of hand performance. Dedication 'V Day at school. High School Class Play. '- ov A ' , . . - , ,.. . llll-. XIX!-.l l'.l:fN - l-.l.l-.X I-.N NIIXXI- ihlxl '-.J X1 g l Ein- N 3 'Al' f, T ..,, V i' 1 Hui l'L.L1f"-., ' .l..if, 4 ,w Y, W.5Q,gIg.Nx x1.eE,1.g, f5..,.Q, .ma l .-iii.. "'u:fi::,. f--1' l..1 Vx-f ua TQ,- .' I ' 3, X I-'gh .H-' .u'-"flnjmlexv .. CQ! 7' l-f Irma in Vu- NH:---J x , r 3' f I 5 I I ' f , f imma- Un- lsalvtzflx gun-I H , f u' UU- S-'ln-fs' :srl nm, I ' ' ' 114.1-l 5x-'z' -,--'xx 1 n H - ' -it-...-Q f' n 9 ' - , .. ' f , ,J T ' I :?H-TF" Nl-Ps. l.. X1frnx.m! in-'EE ram: 1'--Uizn . 1 i i f """ K -r Hg- twilllvsl R1 , l Q! l EQ 1 2 wi fp 5 Q, X la? Huis. lb. Urzunl I.-fn2E1'v nn-l nu--I' A ' 1 IA ' f i I - ' A , I , W Q Mi ' M gvkiy 4 A l'XllliHxlllf ln ,Xml--in Sw ' - ' '- 5 ' . . . x 1 l,ill'I'i. 4. 'Qi -- t . . . . . . i 'Hi 'ln-final -ft Kalama- l 'E lll I-nun. lam-r. IM HQ-rumn liauul prunx M""h 15 im-ul. Mm-Ia. YH. l'x m-live 'l'c-alvlwrs happy. Uno plan ahvml, for :vh-ml cluscd for fumigutiun. 5 Q ' Nh-h.?-I. 'l'n-ble Cluf LUIIUJII in Normal Hull. A h Mull. YU. BL-lui! L'-lllegv Ulu: and Biillltllllill flllhr- gin' t'Ulll'L'l'l . . Y' . ,, . , liumm- Ill Lfulld Hull hm-r. lhu 3-fruml hwy, lunppy ' .HIL l. x.iUlil --ull: HH Slllllls. HL' actin! ".X!Il'i! l"1H-I". A Mlffh 1' Apr. I. Xe-xx' lll2lt'lit'l' ilrrij,1IllllL'llI5. llikv Nlvlhrxmfwl :urin--. Xin: I. mr I'--r Spring nu-alliulx. Xpr. N. Slllisiillff-l'illfl!'ill5.Zl' wculmlilll- . . 4 103 AQ, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mQy: Pcck's Bad Bo . FR I ' ffl QLD M 2 . ' Xl 'WW J 3,1 lu n, , .0 i- , ' xl. I Wav 5 -i ,gli 1' '-K' -A . 95. N ' xg 1 f Qy g ' T x I -A 11 'rr I 1 V , ' QWith due apologies to Mr. Peck, the author of fP'eck's Bad Boy Seriesj -I "Well Jeremiah," says Pa, one morning, 'tseeing as how you have gradu- ated from the deestrict school, it is time, I reckon, for you to continue the 'pursuit of your studies in college." , I I '4Yes sir," 'says I, pleasant as could be, ibut, gosh, I' didn't mean it. . Well, Pa Wrote to Harvard and C-ornell and a ,Whole lot more of them big colleges, and they all said I was too young an-d hadn't had ,experience enough, etc., so Pa decided to send me to the Normal School at Whitewater. I said I would gc, and I did. Gosh, I intended to have just lots Of fun there. Well the lirst day, I savv so many people, that I couldn't sec any of them, except one big man that most of 'em called "'PreXie", 01' something like that. I made up my mind that I Would crack one of my Well-known jokes, and make a hit With him from the very first. But all of a sudden he says "What -do you want here?" in the lirmest voice I ever heard, and I lost my bearings, and I says, UI am looking for a job." 104 ' -T.-2 '1'IIIx XIXI'.II1I1X I .I,I,I'I1X NIIXXIIISILX ff.-Q 9 a I 'I'-Q I . I . I I - I I ' I i I . .L.'v.Ll, I TA I lp i:,.Iz. '-.ILC ., ein ' I. ,b I I '.. - I ' H41 HL f I Ibm'-I 4- I .Z nh' hw f- I I -.In gy. f I 4 ..-'fn 1 .f-In day- is III tif- f HI ,aging -rf '-.If .I wx'-If: 1 '. xx--if f.I-- f- I Z1-plugin I' .. Hz- I. I '-'nl'f.'I f I -- .I lfnzw MI 1' N :I 'I+ n If' I-:I 'sf-', I In-I I-I-X' .z' . ,I f -I.-. I-'Ii-'II -i.lI1g. .IIN I I Us IW" I-If 'Ik--Il wg In det un: ' ?..xg-5--11. X--xi ua-wlssng. I'1w-x Hi.-II z-- rm: tif-' I-VII an-I II v. 'uIIIu'l IIEII. IS'--II I I"-NIH 2-IM--I at-fallazhnsxg. I HEL-IIIQEII ii un- -In-I1 :I 1-MI j--Ig-', Inul :III In -.vw un-, "S-fmv 3-Ising IIIEIIUII-I img 1-It Im-hx n:zIIu." 'I'Iml ju-I mmll- gn. mam?-E-Wx' I-2 11- zhiuf. E.-' wui-iu'i tgnfw LI -'.:' , :nu-I I -mzulv-:II mx ff-ul :ul- x-In-'QE Mn! I xx--III-I -I-- 4-Izu-:iizisng than vc-fxzIQI xuznfa-5 him Iamgin. I -Iwu't Ein-IW. xuav.Iu- Em FIIFI'l'L'E'.'I that I E1zuI wxmtiaixxg I-I III, with lIml H-IE Hu-Inv--. 1'-r I-xl-xjx' mm- En- -mm' im-I :fm 1' -fm fIu1'iz1: -luIIAv Iwurs, I--.1-ll Z' I nga- -I-zxlff izdlxinag VIIIII liar il-Huw In,--III.: lllxf, Eu- wwuIfI ray, "'Ihi. I4 nu --I-mi 1-mx'." I'-I Iilv- I-I :INR Emu, "Wim -QIIII I wal- :I Smiuli-tf"' .Xxxywny I-fu I--Au?-I I 31-Ip it Nm! I Im-I --zm'iP,Ixn': in my II' that Ulllllrl IAIQI Ir:-In 1'-fm un--I' I fl--gnu l-- ,g-'I -I :iw n?aI-f-- .sa-mv-. in-In: pix--Es.-I 'fn I-11"-In-rxlinillg iII III' Hug-'. S- I nz'-iv IH I':I LIIIHI I-IIE him Um! I un- In-fl fm-Iiug l'XiIl'IIhI ,II -I, and :Ee--11.1.-I 7-'zxgg -:III-if.-I mm Im :In-xx.--,I u.zf,t-- nw! I-'III Ixim JI :wart Earn xl.--:zu 1.1 a xx--xv I- me--. Ii--Es. In g-I -'xml--II all lint, .In-I II- -..iI En- xx-:si-In't -mn-I I+ Ef:v.-- III- --MII? Mui---II :mi fu I In-nt E:-'nu-. Ewping Emi I ze--ms' gagglizz u--:af-I Blum- I' -wk ug-fu Um! I-rue-I Inlifiiul. Hznlw I'II J- Im Q. nynszn 1:-'mi I-:Ir iii-::' f ff-'zz I IT fm- Inu:-'r :nu-I "SIU-'I' 9, WTHE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA' The Faculty ,ll Get You. A very learned Senior came to our house one day V To wash the fancies from our minds an' snatch our Joys away, An' shoo false hopes from out our hearts an' cause us all to weep An' make impressions, an' air their brains an' earn our reverence dee An' all us simple Juniors when those story tellers COII19 We set around the fudge pan there, an, feel most awful glum, A listenin' to the Normal tales 'at the Seniors tell about, , An' theifaculty 'at gits you Ef you A ' Don't' H V Watch' ' , , Out! Onc't there was 'ai Junior boy wouldn't' write his tests--i And when he went into that room where lP'reXy takes his guests up A Junior' heard him holler, and a ,Sophomore heard him bawl, Q And when they went to ,look for him, he wasn't there at all! An' they seeked him in the class rooms an' never stopped to rest, An' seeked him in the Library and office too, I guess, V But all they ever found was thist gym. shoes thrown about! An' the faculty'll "can" you I ' ' Ef you Q Don't Watch , h ' U p Out! 7 - ' . H An one time a Freshman girl 'ud allus laugh and grin, An' have-fun on study nights an' nevgy yvould Stay. in, And 7 . onct when she was on the street a class officer was there She mocl'ed l Y . . x ier and she shoclied her and she said she Cl1dl17lZ care! An, thist as she made a face and laughed an' "almost diedn, The f w-1 f ,- ' . . 5 'S W0 gleat B13 FOlliS a standin' by her side, 106 i -. llll NlX2l!lX NZXEX XllXN!lhIx N A . ' ' .:!z' wi-nu, h r . I if 5 ll' K1 ll ffg I xxQ!!u'l I Haelf XX . x- l'56!'H",' XX : .11 1- -', Fmt liswxl-'1l-1Uir-'IL-Q-'lull P!-'rf lzitlllilig, 1 , .mi uw- M -M-' lisa--v.5wi:-' -zz-?a !l5w'QllS- -iz? I--gush M--1' 'i".s' felfszyg --mii z'--sum.-,E sw, ' ' L . . 7 ' . 5 I"-vw '-a"'----an an-5--: fu. .ua-i f.-H ,M .,,, ,,nM, ,,,,,-.,,,.,. Y .. .,......ii Y-Y. - 'JW -- ----'V 'QUE-f THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA 59' ur President. Surrounded by many a tree, Our Normal building stands, Our Prex, a mighty man is he, ' Whose fanie's reached other lands, I And his textbooks strongin mighty thoughts, Receive attention as each demands. His hair is upright, raven--black, - His face bespeaks 'fthe man", His toil brings out the honest sweat, He attends to all he can, And gazes down into the student's face, For he looks not up to any man. Week in, week out,.from morn till night, His footsteps unceasing go, You can hear him sing his heavy bass, With quickened beat or slow- Like a sexton, he furnishes a curfew bell, When the evening sun is low. . And. Prexie coming into school, Looks in at the study door, A He likes to see the students there, And quiets the uproar, And catches the escaping ones that flee Like bats thru the entrance door. 108 'lv 'l'lllz XlXl'.ll1l'.Xw-l'.l.l',X11N XlIXNl'ls 'I 5 .X. Xl, -I IH- ur 3-1 Ilf xxx' l' 1 ie! I-fur Hin I--ul. lh VI-111 flu Hlhur N ' - I X4 9 1 ilu" Y ft I' - K I I .3 .i lft 1-.x'Qf1 ' -.Lf E.- Nf. ' Q-.wi Occupation ,list W--rl. -'S' :A Jun:--r llu.1x't-Ax' 1-'zum-'ln'-W lu--I llnwm--im-xii lun:- 1 STI ' l ll I-IS. liiaunw all Hn-:1M:u+l :uni i-ri-ia run In -Q-in---1. l'l1'lx-S2x.- mimzlv- -I ---' 5- in like-I-:sir Vin--. Hsu- gsm:-i su!--lvx in ll Xlu-ir. Ilil'E-I gjfillcv- ut ?----ffm wi' Kin- -inf.. Huw gn-I iiu---U mix-.nl---l My ,L Sami:-hxsxji. l'-lnvr-:ui-n am-I L5---ig: in mrieiu- yim----- -fimll, 1l' xl-.rf--un eh I"-:sly minus.--' xi-Xiu-ni 1-'-.l-x-'i-v :uni Ein- n:inui.-- ah- Ill' W-wk -Ant x-:ur -mn rufv- in Simi!-1 .X!'il?lllll'Ul' lil I Lf! WCS-B2 THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA LQ: ' was racticc. ,What -was it in my unior year That I looked forward to with fear, As of its horrors I did hear? Q 7TWas Practice, oh 'twas Practice! - What was it made the Seniors croak In doleful tones, "It is no joke", when r so lightly of it spoke? , p 'Twas Practice, oh !tWas Practice! ' What Was it When a Senior proud, Caused me to often Weep aloud, -As through my plans I bravely plowed? 'Twas Practice, oh 'twas Practice! What was it that did pale my cheek, What was it that did pale my cheek, I And make my tongue refuse to -speak, As Supervisor in did sneak P, 'Twas Practice, oh 'twas Practice! What Was it when a teacher Wise, I gazed back at with grateful eyes, Although it caused so many sighs? 'Twas Practice, ch 'twas Practice! 10 ' I A EIPEXEIIXIXNIIXXIINIXX -. I I ug Una .,... ...Q- THE Jlllbflflll GelS-JETTE, PLAYS QF THE HOUR! Mlss imooeeoee ...,.,.... lllzlolelae Dresser Tile Little Minister ..,..!.... Anim Taft The Merry Widow ..........,, Leote Ley 1 jlildltll Delsllle. .Elle Three Twins .... Florence Gale. Q JOSQDDHIG lBm'11s. The Climax ............... Daisy Turner The Easiest Way...'.. , ....... Blufflng The Mem of the Hom' ......., David Rees The Artist ......,..,.. Bessie MeRobe1'tls Strong Heerte. .,........ Henry Hoflaml When Sweet: Slxteeno. ,Donald Moebnehlen The Sweetest Girl in Pm'ls..1Flstel1e Glose Z"Special! - - , LATE Some HMS. "Who ls Sylvia?" fthe eternal ques- tlonl ........ . .........,., H. Smlth 'Tie heel such Beautiful Eyes' ..... Zlntz f'0nly the Ghost of Your Smile" ..Q..,....'..............Tesle Nott pa PRIZE C l In our lost issue we offferedl an prize for l the laest poem on Splrllzlg. Ili has been V sold that poets me al thing of fthe pest, lmt the result of this eootest has provell that, stzltemewt: to be elwoueous to il l xuarlgell degree. The prize winners me so as follows: lst Priee, ..,........ .Tulle Jones l Qel Prize ...... Molly Mulxeblelieve Q 34311 Prize ......... .llosiamll Jenkins W ra 4: as as H oo FIRST PRIZE POEM. ll ....,,. SlL'lfl,lQNG SUNNET. BY JULIA. When the eowsllps are Sl slippiul l Q Aml the eups with bwtwter lil-liu'g When lille willows are in YVGQDUIF l And poor Clmrll-e is a ereepiuf l Where the Dutclmmmfs lnreeches blow 3 R when the Vloletis heart is bleediu' And the stars are shootin' too, w When Elle eatvtalls are Sl pmuflul, timing to VME, Jh11'HliQ,H, Q . Iblfife l 'Ilhen I lgng tg bg 'qggith ulgthgl' H0511 Wlmt S1 Night te Spfloun. .J. Lacey L Rather than another. 1 o ,jyfff l l H ,f-'ff ', l - W ff so ,ff X J- .J l l, w e -- e ss o 1 so ng '2lL,ff'-"Af ' lll e o so e f f, s V'e Za , ggmf 4 'W A 1 1, ee XE s so s s ee l J l NK - 'gg !l 7,- H 4 ,QQfLYii1 W N ' ' 9 . N X H ,.,o f Y X 1 ' f I1 ' "" io'-4' ,.-5 ' - " x X """" - l u W-,-0 --- l BY Moen' llhmeieeelonewz. 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'u gunz' ' I rs ' 1- ' W - ' 1" L' A n , . ff' . fx ff , ' tk ana f-SMFDEC 55926. , 1 M' , H ' ,V A ' Q , V n t, , , V sign- .V , 1 ., :gl '- 5. '- K.. Z. 1 I lH2I:l'lll:GJ rn buf: xml Nurnrbcr A' 'N bmi S' 1' H' ' Y-g ,, 2 , r N -, 741-V -A -' . -XI V . QEQHULL N1 'DOW lD 15, Cc w Lf f A . - 1. . A Q 1,.m.x x J lar rwmmm, l:'fmpA. ig.,-mf. Il, i 'I ' Q 4 J'UXlOll GAS i mrs. Grundgfs Department. lo this tl-eonrtnuent oll queries ot our young :mtl rrosoplrlstleotefl remlers will be given oorerfol eorlsltlerotlorl one-ll promptly aoexrerelrl. lt' lnlstokee will be :mule they are of tlre lxeod ood not the heart. We meme well. I. My deer Mre. Qfllllflyi I nm o young elrl ot Htteeu mul some eoneltler me pretty. Now, l really wlslr to opgieor ot my beet, out l lmve freckles: on nor nose. Wllot coo I gclo to remove them. oe they grrreotly annoy me ond olfortl my trlemlo lout-ll amusement? Josrrrrmr B. Dear Josie: ' ' A gorgeeoos remedy for your nose: Take slmm pointed kmlfe. losert the kolfe outlet enoll freekle ood pry op. lf they are very large oral pry up lmrrl, tlrst cot around like edge. This rerrletly will work wonders. tr. , Dorling 'Mrs Grundy: I om very tleeply in love wlth il young: loelr, whom I llove every reason to be- llere reelproeotes my offeetlorn, but every time ll get to the point of proposol, my courage wnoes mul I om ooohle to ask lmer to be mine. D. MACLACHLAN. Trike her lily-wlrlte mlte in yours some evenlog, lookloe tlrmlgv but gently into her dork orlmg wltlroot at thought as to the 'lrlgln root of llvjur or wllere elle will get her or-xt lmmrem sklrt, sore "IM-slresvt, iwlxlolr erer one lt lel you ore tl peooh. 'l'V0lllfll'l.?lL you like to heooroe sr pear? llerlmps elle will lmofl you o. lemon, lmt-Olive-tlle rlmooee ore in your lover. Kind Mrs. Clrumly: I come to you in cleepeet 'woe :mtl i.-.eee,..f...- --- ..i.-- -. -, trllmlotlou. Somletlore ego ll was in an group Rosle-liglxt picture. We glrls were chewing gum ood when the llorrlul thine was derelopecl tlle oomero had emmglmt me with nu' mouth o-pen and my eyes shot. Now on ortlst wants to point my picture. He will use it os o study to he eolletl "A Normal Girl." Fd love to have any ploture tmlutetl, but ls it il Slam ot me or ot the Nor-mol? H. l'. NOEL. De-or Tolly: have ot'tol'oefl the tllstlrlotlou or lxswlug your plotore pointed, :mtl hereafter we 'hope We are elotl to know that you you wlll abide by your teach-ers advice. The elmo is mostly on the Normal. Mrs. GRUNDY. Dear Mrs. Grmlily: A ls lt proper for o stuelreot to go with Fl -member of the Faculty? Please answer sooo. li. CL----to. Deer Miss C16-rl: You lmrl better eoooult your close rotllcer. . Deer lllotlsuoe Grfumly: Wlleo calling upon o yourlg girl for the Bret time lxow long o coll should ll make? Domlto llLlAoLAoHr.AN. I would not stay longer than nine llours ot first. l Dear Moclnme Gmmzntlyz ls lt loollte to make a loud grlrglillg oolse when eotlng soup? Amiroos. Yee lt is fl mork of good hreedlng to make si loud gfurglioe' noise to expresfi your omrreelotlom of your oook. Doo r Mrs. Grown tljr : lrlow t-no l get tot? Everyone says: they like me -this way. but l would rotlwr he tot. IE. D---0. MS ,. .. A .N ni' A 'fe , 4-' "f .TFL ,e ,I .Q Q ii .MZQ 1 ' .ws ,X , r1':,., 9 1 .ar nw' v' " """ wil" 4 " i .4. 1 , 1 . 1n.1. I 1 1' "' 1 e . s f ,, A 1 A f nl ' A f n 1 w 4 x'f'1l--. l,p 1 -E .U 'Q . 4' I, - ' . I A I' N! 4. . ll' n I ,. ln . , . I ' --N ' - f - V . XX ' XX .Q , wi, ,,l , v ' , X !l.l llX IZHN "Ili IQ l'x' - X-- '- . " , . I . . h I 1 '-- s",g.i'. l"Nxi.- Xl' SQ" - M l-" .. -1 If " S- - -'--E .NN xx" 'uygf V V R . . .'H1X lux-Hn-X l'-gffg QL '.aa1'x , -I .L Ms 7--:wm - - NN Y -- "--1,-V-I H! nz'-' M" -' xc '- ' -llrx xga' ' wa 1 1 . fax, J Q X X 1 XR-I" A- -I XX ' X . .11 I. . .2 ' li!-' X In XX f 1 I N ' . H' 1 I N 4 .'1 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ: Apologies to Vergil. Of "fuss" and "hits" I sing, and of a herofme Sophy, who first came to Whitewater t . ' Wafted by C. 8 N.-Wi, propelled by Milwaukee and St. Paul, Wearing the orange buskins as well as the middy blouse, I She was of red eyed mein-twas hard to part from Lars-and bore Pinned well within her ample bag , U Knight's Club address and Grand1na's Formula for aching tooth or earg Armed with these she collem ascendebat, And began her ruinous career. ' Ten weeks she tried the mystic charm, I . To spell, While Rounds urged on with biting wit but kindly. She sought the fruits of knowledge foreninst I The Berry System, but soon, fruit of another kind QOh evil date!! And other charms' her erstwhile red eyed vision clouded. The mail man got a rest, and Lars in -it ' Mixed his salty tears with dampened hopes as he labored hard. ' She ceased to chase the wiley X, y, z.'s to their secluded lair. Now chased -she was and rushed I By practiced Spooner and the valient' Anscheutz, Pinky Fergus. i I Prince Alarniing,'if not charming, Doughty Speck and Scholl and Schleck Sprinted at her call and beck. - Vainly now the fates did warn: liC1llGHl!JC1'.l-El1'S! You said yould always Wear that chain of braided hair! Instead she busy got and earned a bid! Thus low she had descended! I Seine said. 'cSl:e is a sage old canine!" She was worse than that! I 122 mg, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA :QQ By night before her loathed room-inaie came from Club She stole her graduating dress and I Appeared that night all sported out ln baby ribbon bows that were by right anothers! Oh Lars! lPoor Lars, Consider and look out for jars. All round about you not a few Havelfelt these. jars as bad as you. ' Shades and Tints. Red-Ruth Boyd. More Red-Emma Budzein. German Red-P. von Grueningen. Irish Red-Florence O'Keane. Bohemian Red--Libbie Robotka. Cornish Red-Lela Gribble. Welch Red fdarkj-Rees. Welch Red Clightj-Alvira Thomas. American Red+Edith Carey. - IS for Helenf I Why she comes up from below To spend her noon hour V l'm sure none of us know. 123 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ , 1-I Tk' f Q ,, . 0.4- ' - 'V 6 fdpmd if L , , 4. , ? 1 f QP Z f in A ' J ff N' . - A , N ' ,. 51, 'fQ,SS5-'HL 1- W s , 'g J Q ' . N, xi' M , X . WQN 12 N f .4 L3 'S , L" ii M1 Wxx Q-. Q P :If sig, PQQ 0 gil 7 " -ff' - fs f ' 'H A ssggig Q ' F 4-117 54 0 I In x - 1 ' 'R '5 fr CX Xxx hx X- x X r x X. X ,X XX X X XX X X X ,X K r Xa 1 l X XX XX fm N N Kr X X r X ,vb xt' V TQ .!' A X ' s ffl SHIRE N- 7 X 'TZ-2 X- - "' 'ox' 67 ff - " isa" -. 2' YZ? ll 5 Road to Graduation . Flunking-blufhing-'cr amming Onward thru school each goesg Each quarter leaves more Work undone, Each ending brings more Woesg Work unattempted, Work undone, .But We deny ourselves not repose.. 124 W QQ- THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QD-it Dress Reform Movement. IC'l'11.1f:l. lYA'l'IiS . . H0bl1le1'-in-Clzflef lCI.I..X WOUHPLE . . Asst. Webbleo'-in-C'l1.1Ief Lliolmn PIQNFIELD Collector of F?'dg77?f67ll8 J. C.xMPHELL .... -Keeper of the Balance MoTTo: MAS well be dead as out of style." WEAREHS OF THE PURIPLIE SOCKS. Jessie Scholl I Wm. Ansehuetz Fergus Bantiug. l Leo Sehleek. Mr. Rees. KF ? 93. m'L' ' 1- . X . , lflllqulmh I I -K , H 1' , A j L' A 2, . l umzs HEFOH J 0 1 T-mf nr- .,....:kx-ex Ill' I 1 'lull .-'e ff - 1 s ' X 5 ll ill Cradle Roll. Chief Goo Goo-McLachlan. Tootsie Baby-Zintz. Precious One-Halverson., . YOWLERS. Kippers AeSchoh'ie1d Lacey MOTTO: "Just as long as the Cradle rocks." 125 I ag, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mop Fussers. ,, V' ,,q, , ,,,A ---g-..,-..--.-.,.. -- -'---' I e ,B e . Q in W l W e 5 i f" i Z4 Vi 'I ' .. -f 1 . : : I A xi? i x Q 5 ,izgt f 5' , i' 'V I in a Y 1 m I I if I ' af f , ' 1 1 f a a -5 ' ' .- f E V, '. 1? ' I I i 1 I ff " E1 ' 5 f I ' ' I l fry wr H7 ewf,,w4 ma aaqaa I ' " ' , Vit A iH,.Lw4qr41,7 g'f B Would be constant, but oan't-Kelly. Heart Breaker EXtraordinary+Bogan. l MAIN TWOZEBJS, Bill Pearl Leary Prince B Banting Edith Vance Desmond 'Morroz "While We are in Normal, anyway." Greasers. Chief Slush Slinger-Kelly. I Mistress of the Taffy Jug-Jean Hoard. Banting Soft Soapers in Ordinary ' ' Williams B. Mann MOTTO: 4'More Slush. " 126 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Reminiseenses of Theory. I write of a Monster, of hideous mien, That to be hated, needs but to be seen. In Whitewater Normal, it has its dread lair, -And no Junior escapes it, who e'er enters there. Its traps and its nets, with much skill it has made, And with diabolical cunning has laid. A In elass room and library, otliee and hall, Its meshes are there, to entangle us all. Caught and helpless, the Victim struggles and frets, But the more he Hounders, the deeper he gets. Q Since to escape he most surely can not, He might just as well make the best of his lot. Flight after flight of stairs, he must climb I Trembling with fear, lest he be not on time. E For in Normal Hall, doth the Dragon hold sway, And all Juniors must visit him, one hour each day. Once there, we are mentally put on the rack, For pity is a virtue, the Monster doth lack. With untiring zeal, he asks many a question, ' Until our ,poor brains are on the verge of eonjestion. ' This nerve-racking life is surely exciting, Beside ,it the measles look really inviting. For twenty long weeks, we its torture endure, And even then, our escape is not sure. Strange, tho it may seem, this Fiend has one friend, For President will back it and iight 'till the end. , If perchance, you've not guessed what this Demon may be. It is told in one word, it is-Theory. 127 fX Q: 'THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg., IS for Irish So many the While But none stand like Kelly For the Emerald Isle. IS for Jetfords Who is an 'orator 'meek,, For oft from the platform We have heard him speak. IS for Kilmoor, I A maid from Geneva 5 That she oouldknow still more Would be hardto- believ-a. IS for Latin- I They say it's expired- 4 But Why did they raise it To make our 'brains tired STANDS for McNally, Maefhaolilan, McLane, The5?'re different in looks But their names start the same. 128 ., 1 4, l AQ, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q1 School Management rf-'A .44 C -T- -WC: fr' I :AJ2 1 - g f 1:5 -'. "" .f"r 'AZ--A "T-'-T, fag,,fa'f Q a 3-A 1. 'J a I -.ff e ltlg if Qp-1 -iff --' -551-4'4"'-'42 gf , ' f L NU 1' , 's ' ,W 7 ,A . qu. - : W Yi D ng ,, 1 61 .g f L K QB? Q-be ,p ga -,gl xx N e 4, - ix f l Ky , ew r .,..' , - ,.. ' ' '-, N - v .J Ea ew-ggi-s .1 5 ,T 1 if ,., F wig. 1:- 1 ' - M -4' AY, . . s' A, 'f '- X 1- 12 N Xin . 5,, ,, N, . -,Lb ,, -., x ' , -nvi A . ' Y -11.- '- ' - 1 -L X x M5 F , .X 5' 3 ,,, ML, 'PN Q x , Y vs- g I I N 'A lx X - Hfcfiffj I ' ", .- 'wang -1 ......, NX ' 'QD xx 5 ' ' ' " '-iii.. ' X ' ,X 'NC 5 f i - '71 '-'L -if 1' - 1 'Af ' -ff"-Q 2- - - ' - --- 5 QX ' A -r- ,Qx - 7 Y ?jz- if QT? x h 'q ,. 'V f,' -'Lili I is For Wopld-be Teachers. 129 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKAQ mga Introductory I Wish to thank the Mmneiska staff for their letter of invitation askin if they might be permitted the pleasure of publishing my book Especiallv am I grateful to them because so manj other publishers have refused to publish it I dedicate my efforts to the ,Senior Class of 1911, many of Whom have gleaned the same pedagogical truths I have from your teachings, but who have not applied them perhaps in the same Way that -I did. -A SENIOR AMBITIOUS FOR PROFESSIONAL FAME. I 130 4 + d-Hi f i i Y-Y-:Y1...-.,:57,Ji Zig: .1-- . ...J--Y , Y Y ., ,,..- .Nl ,.,:. S- 5,5 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQ, Proof-sheet oi Unabridged School Management. SITE Or SCHOOL. The school building should be located in a down-town district near a body of water crossed by the railroad track. The teacher has an opportunity to flirt with the delivery boys and trainmen from' the window during school hours. The expense of gymnastic apparatus will be saved and greater bunetits will come to the children from swinging from the railroad bridge when the train is passing over it, leaping from it into the water, and climbing over freight cars than from spending the same time in an indoor gymnasium. It gives the children an opportunity to fish or skate when their lessons be- come tedious and the teacher boorish. A A THE SECIHOOL YARD. The school yard need not be large. The children will have plenty of room to play if the teacher allows them to play on the railroad tracks, the lake or creek, the street, or to visit the near-by stores during intermission. The more unattractive the yard is made the sooner will the children be ready to leave it in the evening. The lawn should be kept trodden over so that no grass can grow. 'This will save the expense of a man to keep it mowed during the grass season. A 5 THE SCHOOL BUILDING. I Since the school-yard is to be small, build the school house small. Use wood for the building. Brick or stone are more picturesque and would be out of harmony with the environment. If stone or brick is used the children will aspire for houses of the same, and discontent with their present environment and station in life will be the result. The rooms should be crowded together with narrow halls sbetween. This saves the extra expense in building and makes less work for the janitor. 131 QF-7 THE NINETEEN ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg, THE SCHOOL ROOM Trrn SEATING or THE sorroor RooM The seating of the school-loom is fm question of greatest importance Thi time of wooden'-benches has passed and new methods of seating have been ushered, in with the new day. The seats should be high enough to enable the pupils to -see out of the windows and placed closely together. The children will derive untold pleasure from such conditions, and in education, we aim to have the children get the greatest possible enjoyment from their environ- ment. The teacher will find that the child can now amuse himself by watching the activities on the street and railroad tracks, and it will save her ,many hours of toil while providing 'lbusy work. Again I fall back upon a truth of pedagogy-the purpose of education is to put the child in sympathy with his surroundings, and I' fe-el qualified to say that the above descri'bed conditions will do so. The placing of the seats near o-ne .another does away with the usual physical strain necessary in passing notes across wide aisles. The children can read easily what is written and laid on their neighbor's desk and it will furnish amusement for them to do this. , I HEATING AND LIGJHTING. - . Whole books are devoted to this subject but I feel my readers will appreciate an author who having but ten pages to write, does it, and does not cover up the ideas that he has to express in la labyrinth of words that iill a volume. I shall give only a sketchy outline of the subject. The stove should be provided with a woolen jacket. A -neat, serviceable one can be easily made by the children in Construction Work, plain. or scalloped according to taste. The temperature of the room varies directly as the teacher's temper. If a dangerous storm is' suggested, it may be' well for the pupils to escape from the region off low pressure and go skating or swimming. The conditio-ns of the morning generally indicate the weather fm' the da? M011Cl21y is generally cloudy, while -Flriday is generally clear- The days just preceding a vacation' are sure to be clear and -bright. Light rains or squalls Con the part of the pupilsj may occur when not previously indicated. ' I 4 4 132 ag, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg: Tl1e many windows shouhl not have curtains at tl10lll. They are put there to let i11 light and why keep tllClll fl!l'O1ll Fulfilling their purpose? Light must be let in l'l'Olll SUlllCWllCl'C and since tl1o Cllllil1'C11,S heads will shut oll' the light cl'1'o111 the lower half of tl1e window, nothing should prevent tl1e light iF1'o111 coming in TVOIII tl1e upper sashes. Tl1e extra heat from the S1111 will save fuel. lilo not obstruct tl1e path ot the snnls rays hy tlowers or similar material that is so often placed in SCl100l-1'OOl11 windows. No aqnariuin is needed. Let tl1e children get live material from tl1e near-by 'body of water and keep it in their pockets when you are not letting them study tl1e characteristics of these animals. S CI-IO O I1-R O10 M DE C ORATI O N. The last subject which I' shall .touch upon is another unlimited one, and I shall treat it as I did tl1e one-Lighting and Heating-in such a way that tl1e average teacl1er may carry it out understandingly. I School-room decoration .is the one place where each teacher is allowed some individuality and choice of methods. , V- T . ' The teacher should not have anything done to the walls. Just as soon as you suggest such changes, you may expect the board of education to suggest a change-for you. Provide pictures that appeal to the child. The child enjoys bright colored pictures and those found in the supplement of any Sunday newspaper have this requisite together with another imyportant one-they can be procured easily. Again I fall upon an educational theory-- the child passes thru the same stages of development as the race has passed and the sufbject-matter and objects given to him should correspond to his period ot development., These crude pictures correspond to his crude development, and will be enjoyed more than any of the works of the great masters. The children will devote hours to these pictures, and will develop their imaginations and reasoning powers by gazing at the picture put up for the first time this week, and constructing the next picture, in their imaginations, that will come in the next issue. They may become so inter- ested that they will even wish to write to these publishers, and here they will have an opportunity to do practical letter-writing. The teacher should never let an opportunity slip by and should teach letter-writing at this point. 133' sg, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA :Qs THE DAILY PROGRAM. No school can be run except With a daily program, and only the exceptional nscliool can be run by a progra1n+eloek, as the ,Writer has had ample oppoitunity to Witness. A few general suggestions should be given befoie the program is outlined. Have as niany classes as possible in the forenoon. Whenever it is possible, hear two .classes at once. Mark Carefully. The standings vary inversely as the square of knowledge. - Zu ff' Iv xg X -,ig fl., -1 -1 L N LT, .-4 DISTRICT No 25. ...-----' xy: gf ,-' f X . f - X " f f. -T- VF' -ff 1-AJ-pax' , rf! gully J'..,fv""".f'-.f fb ff ff K 1' A ' . my 5, . . W K 4 x l 0 . X if 5 ' va W , ' ..lU' 1' A X ' ' ,fX 1 21 'ig f p Q.. - 11' fd : - 'Ui ..:' - Qrggigfcf im-rj-2 l -1- '-' - .i - L- ""'-.. Y- AHF- 2 Mc Hnlrerfs Q if J, fx Nl- - -run -44- A mr.,- Leb the kids amuse themselves. lr V mg: .THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ, V 1 1 I 4 If I N 7W"""'fWr J,a,.,vfW.,..44,.,s,g, Jw"1f577bwmA lo ,Q , ' j 7' H - A ,. fff. .gg 'e ..... ..... .. 6' Q 0 X e e -f J 1 U X 2 ' ' f 5 1 1 K , I. . ' ff 1? ff I X L WH!!! , A 'QQ jifj ga wh ?':,,elvX"SM I Theirs not to reason why,- iN 2 Theirs but to do or die. fi 5 I + . . 135 ag, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA ag, Senior Chemistry Notes. 1' f VL Lgct glgeij 'zAmmonia 'vas has a relreshino' oclorf' Mr. U--Q-ireaning rom L f s 121 ' - i D I V I 2, Q 3 Mr. L-Qconducting the class-rcluring Mr. Uphain's alasencej-"You may i we recite on fats, Mr. B--t." ,, . r Mr. U-"The experiments are not. .Written up fully enough. It reminds me of the inscription put on an tombstone oft a child who flied When' it dwas yery young- t ' ' M , Since I was so early clone for, I Woncler What I was begun for." flu: .iff ' fxnfay , ,wptap . I I ', y i4s.y i Mr. U.+ffWhat are marshmallows, Miss .S--th?" Miss S.-"Why clon't you kiioifvf' I Mr. U.--"Come, come, Mr. P--, clon'tfp you 'Work ina clrugfstorefw' M12 P.-"Yes, but I am only the ice cream-soda man." 4 Miss T.--Qin Practice Teacheris rneetingl--"How clo you stucly?'7 , 5 Miss Y.-"I outline my lessors and re-reacl to see if I have included Ulla f11GrP0iHtS, bllt Wlien I assign Work for my practice class I ask some 'I pf 11' 570067, suggestixe questiciis to help them get the main points." ' v 2 . 1" Qi . ' vi i fi 'P tl ' 136 4 1 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q- l , V it The Junior Appeal to Reason. I BY A BIODERN PATRICK HENRY. It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. The teachers may cry, study, study,-but there is no study. The strolling has actually begun! The 1 next warm evening that closes over Normal will bring to our ears the . . g sound of serenading. The Seniors are already at their mooning! Why l l sit we here digging! What is it the teachers wish? What would they l have? Is knowledge so dear to them, or so much sought for, as to be bought at the price of keeping studying nights? I Forbid it, President Salisbury! I know ,not what course others may v l take, but as for me, give me an easy time or let me quit! l f Reverie of a unior. I 5 . Prex for to-morrow and its needs I do not ask. E 'Give me a Theory book 5 summaries are my task l All the Seniors may laugh and sneer l I'll be happy when thru my Junior year, Language, Reasoning, Judgment and Will 'All seem to me an unclimable hill. Reviews-Geography-and Arithmetic All make me feel horribly sick, ' But Seniors show by actions and looks f That plans are worse than Theory books., E l l l 137 1 I mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA RQ-i Sixty Sane Seniors. Sixty sane -Seniors Started at a time One failed prescribed amount That left fifty-nine., O Fifty-nine 'Seniors Took warning froinher fateg, Dec-ided they would get to Work. That killed all but eight. Eight sane .Seniors A The rest are now in heaven. One simply niourned to death, That left seven. ,. Seven sane Seniors Juniors threw some bricks One got hit , , Then there were six., Six sane Seniors, One said, "Gee, I'm still alive," Superviser heard her I Then there were five. Five sane Seniors, One prayed. to breathe no more. Providence was kind to her, So there were four. I , Four sane Seniors Went out on a. spree, One ate too many nielons Then there were three. 158 aim THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA ag, Three sane Seniors, With, final essays clueg Critic out one all to pieces Then there were two. Two sane Seniors Sent hoine for mon. , 'Father sent the railroad fare, Then there was one, , One sane Senior, Her essay wasn't clone, I And Commencement Day was dawning! ' S0 there really was just none. Laboratory Notes. Place :-The physics laboratory, Time :--Three-ten P. M. , Mr. U--Be careful, Mr. B. how you put up that curtain! 'Why don't you run it up straight? A Mr. B.-Why clon't they put 'em on the rollers straight? Mr. U.-Itls on the rolleh all right., If you ahn't careful, you'll have that looking ragged at the edges just like the shades in almost any house you may go into., Mr. B.+Well, that's because they donlt make ,em right. Mr. U.-They cehtainly don't make them fool-proof! 139 mop THE NINETEI-3N-ELEvEN MINNEISKA ag, ormal Side Show. I. . v Ladies and Gentlemen, kindly direct your attention to this platform for few minutes, as I wish to present to you one of the star features of our grand exhibition. 'Here you see Bluett, the only hum-an person weighing over one ton. He is transported fromtplace to place with the elephants, as his great weight would crush an ordinary coach. . I A , II. Here we have the "Living Skeletonn, the most wonderful 'specimen in the world. Gaze upon this mysterious manifestation of Nature 's odd miscal- culations, Mlle. D'eLano, and depart with the knowledge of having seen one of the really grand and awful sights that you are permitted to see but once in a life time. III. Ladies and Gentlemen, if you will pause for a moment and listen to the strains of silvery melody issuing from this tent, you will change the mad course you are pursuing and enter in and hear ,'fZintzski", the Ole Bull of America. Watch him unjoint his wrist as he frantically waves his bow, and see how his very hair arises in accordance with his melodies. a IV. Right this way-to see the most wonderful toe dancing in the World of to-day. I e Mlle. Topping, queen of Oriental dancers, who has performed inthe most prominent Qelectricj theaters of the present age, and before the most critical audiences. She entrances you as she gracefully sways to and fro on her dainty toes. I ' Thanking you, one and all, for your kind attention, I beg to announce that the big show is about to start. Secure yourltickets at the small office. 1 40 i mg, THE NINETEEN ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q: To the Freshmen In the IOXXS 'lt the ue teln slde of our mam room Are seated the Freshmen so tlmld and sh5 But ne eonfidentlg hope that experlenoe W111 make you Courageous and NKISG as the four years pass by And when 1n foul gears 5ou slt 111 the east rows And talk about practloe jour essay and such Remembel the tune wx hen 5ou xx ere a Freshman And don t tease or bothe1 the F1eshmen too much V if :-r:.g-'1-V-4 44 1.1111 ag, ITHE NINETI-EEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA ag. Paradise Gains. Act MCVII-'Scene I. Several newly arrived angels, all in a flutter. Reception committee greets the Whitewater lNormal delegation and leads them to their Mansion, to wait while their wings are being fitted. ascene ii-Reception Hall of iransion. .Angel Shutts, Angel Devlin. ' Enter-Upham Qbeardlessj. A Angel Shutts Qtlaps wingsj-Welcome, brother, welcome! - ' y I Angel Devlin Qtlaps wingsj-Welcome, brother. .I should say! Upham-Weally, I began to think I nevah woul-d get heah. Shutts Qchucklesj-Well, well, I did not recognize you. Where's your beard? - ' A W Upham-I tried to save it but Gabriel said it would be a close shave if I passed, and you see it was. V- A ' Angel Devlin-Well, if um ian the limit! Upham Qmuch surprisedj-Why Sarah, what did you say? f A Angel Devlin-O, do1n't let that jar you. You see when I came here I willed away my nifty English to the students of the Normal School. You know they was always dead broke in that line of goods. And so-I saved a. duplicate of my bequest. I'll read you the items Creadsj 4 One hundred and twenty large volumes of thread-bare words, suitable for first draft of 'Senior Essays. - ' A . Two large volumes of slightly used words, as good as new Cthese are mostly one and two syllable wordsj. - One vest pocket edition. of words never used. J Upham-Well, well! I hope you have received a good rewahd. I'don't see how you evah 'pahted with anything you prized so highly. A142 ' A i l P! l l. ' l l I QQ5-bf THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN NHNNEISKA CQ l 'YY' -'Y--YYYYY' "YYY 'YYYYYYYY Angel llevlin il Sllillllll say! Angel Slllllls-How about llle lest ol' 'Ylilll' lillL1ltH lxlole on llle wal' l'llllalll-llolllllls will Ile up as soon as lie llls t llc lllj2ll'2lIllSCll al llillion l'lIllCS. lle sllelleml il ilJ2lll'O,lVllCLl l clon, lxllOXl ll 11,1 Miss lslalqel' will lie llelae. Slle Sl2ll'lClVl to llJC2llQ lillle 0 la l l son ls wailing lo llave llis papers 1ll2ll'liQLl. Qlllogelllel' llle exanls aie nelll a l l'-igill as ll1G.Y are at Wllitewalel' BY01'11'13l. But JEl1G1'Q, I 11Gl1lV 0100 lll lsl send a wireless to Sc-llloeller anll let llilli know I passel He cl1nln'l lllll li wolllil. Clilxi Ocllftillllb. STANDS for Nan -So neat in llCl' dress. Hel' "Essay' was gran' We all 111USt confess. l IS for others A Wllo know not our sellool lt were well for tlleii' lbl'o'flle1's To follow our rule. . IS for peclagogue A With great knowlehlge blest. Y Etllel will 11'1t1liG one llllllfill slle goes out West. il 143 ll Yli . Q l l ,l,i li , .0 g ,- -'L 22 I I I I , Xu. :, I: III? I IIII I III, 1 II- I 'III ' I I I I I I I I I If QI II I II ,, I I I II I sw I II :I II I I' ' III III III III IjII I I I I , ,I I I I I I , I I I I I I I I I II IIII I I ! I I I IIXI IMI II III N III IW I I ,I If II In I I I III IZ I II I III! I I I I' I II ' ,XE I I III I' I Q'-II IIII .III .ll 4.i II III III ,I I I I ?1 I IIII II I II , 1, I 'I I I II' :I Iv IlI " I I I I I I ,I II I I N I X 1 W G L. X1 5 il l i R R i P E I I Q . 11 -rr li Q2 4 1 Q 5 . 4 i All in r , ik' .W ,f - lg, iw 1 2 HQ IH .ui Xa IIN 5 igl Q 1,., 92' THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA RQ, Awards. Professorships 'to be awarded at the- end of the semestei P. S. P. S.+ P. W.4qProfess'or of Whistleology-B. Cleland ind A Johnson P. P. P. C. P. G. S.-Professor of S-ingology-G. C. Shutts Professor of Studiology+A.. Jolley. I B. B.+4Professor of Boolcology-E. Kihnoor S. S. S.-iProfessor of Sleepology-Bert Laikin -Professor Professor P. S.-Professor P. D.-Professor P. S.-Professor P. S.-QProfessor Thou sh at Thou sh af Thou shaf llemember when C' Thou sha Thou sha' Thou Thou Thou Thou 'of Crushology-F. Banting. of Guessology-N. Brainerd of Slainology-Jolie Editors. of Dressology-G. Stumpf. of' Stabology-L. Sehleck. of Smilology--T. Nott. The Ten Commandments t have no other books before you. t not open thy mouth in vain, neithei shalt thou sing unless I bid. you. t 'sustain the tones when I beat slowly the feet that were given thee in the dns of thy youth that iorus -begins thou may stand on at leat one of them lt have Active Chests. - t diaphragm thy breaths. shait not c-lose thy book until fl signalize. shaft not sing solos. Thou shalt keep up with the iest shalt ever and anon look pleasant. shalt smile it out.. tlt is considered in good form to obey tl1e abou, LOll11l1I11f.l'11811llS 146 THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mQp ho Said? 'CO Gi'aucluiotliei'!" .."Do you see the point?" I "I suppose so, I suppose so "' 6'Seissors to grind!" I "Just a word to the Seniors." 'Ulllioy ereeted a building. lt was a new building." "Jinksl" ,f ' "Time and tiine and tiine againf, mlllie buzzers are still buzzing." "She was no frislcy chit", "This text book is not at all satisllaetoijvf' . Y ., 96 W c x ISA for the Queer Ones Who eoine to our school. But they always leave us When the weather gets Cool. IS for Rees, I A singer 1,111 told 5 And he spoke us a apiece" About Watkins of old. 147 vii? MAN 55 A Q ff, . X N, , x i A1 .ff ' " 1114. - , Ml A . I I ill' r' . Q 5, W. l I ,t yu I 4 Q- ', 4 , , , f -jig X 2 X .7 7 1- I of mf W ' xaf " s All I x 'iy ff ,f ,is 4 . Y X D 7 3 XX 'X asf X XXX- Org fWg,fv,,f9Q S? "' ' T3 . -xl. 1 X . . fff' 'fl' hx' Mk xxx ,,',v'f T? X Xxxw ' Q1 - yuh F GJ :fx 5 63, ag :Pl Il X Xxx A X V I' 'Q 144. Q 17,7 -I ,WM fr f ! 1 ' J 9S'. YS x 'I 'E - .1 - ff? r Q QC-5-Tv e THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mga Never in a Thousand Years. Will Mr. Sherman smile. Will Miss Taggart chew gum. Will Kelly and Darby keep gstill. Will Mary R. tell a joke. Will Ray Hulse go on a f'spree". How Knowledge Begins. In accordance with an important pedagogical rinci le "Rhythm makes i ' P P 2 ' ' memorization easy", the following selection is a suggestion of how Theory summaries might be presented: l The new-born babe at first ,nothing knows, But performs necessary acts With arms and toes - ' He carries a howl wherever he goes, ' And what he'll do neXt nobody knows, During the first few days he wishes to see But he soon finds out that'S not to be. You can stand very near , And yell in his ear And still the little 'fellow can hear. The first thing he knows, anyone will say, Is, that his states of feeling differ some way, When puppies and kittens first come to light, They are soon ready to quarrel and then to fight, But a -baby is helpless and quite incomplete, And does nothing de-finite but squall and eat. Because of this failing, in a civilized nation, He must be given a training And will need education . The sources of knowledge, we are taught to believe, Are consciousness of self and the power to perceive. From these begin learning and wonderful knowledge And he'll soon be quite smart and be 'going to college. J ' , i49 mg: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA :Qc Red Ink and Blue Pencil. A Supervisor went home and left Red Ink sitting beside a stack of tiipe plans, and there he had to spend the night. As it grew dark he fell faslcep, but was soon wakened by some one touching him on the arm. A voice said: "See Me before you leave the buildingf' Red Ink looked-and whom do you suppose he saw? Stubby Blue 'Pencil was right beside him! Bed Ink Was so surprised, he said: "What does this mean, MAM? I Blue Pencil--"Consult Die." L if e R. I.-"You are too brief." B. P.-"Do not generalize too s0on.',' R. I.-"You take too much for granted." B. P.--'cWhat of it?" ' B R. I. "I donlt like your -choice of Words". V B. P.-"This should have been stated before!" 9 R. I. 4'You are too indefinite." ' B. P.-"Good! Excellent!" Qs B. I. -"You have given me so far merely an enumeration." B. P-Cbncentrate! Concentrate! Revise and Organize!'! ig R. I.-UI don't know what you mean?" yi B. P!--'CEnglish!" if Ji A 150 it li 11 Eli? . Q r AQ? THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQDQ. STANDS for Sawle, Two sisters have we. And which one is 'tother We can never aoree. O STANDS for Ulloolf her' And that's just what helfell For our former librarian ' ln Milwaukee, does dwell. IS for Upham, A teacher of science, We admire him altho' trays not one of the giants. rs for von Greuningen A lad with red hairg No relation to Finnigan Tho his jokes are Sehr rare, IS for Williamse V QPrexy's fond little boy- The Way Prexy loves him Fills Peggy with joy. IS for 'Xeellent, A mark we adore, And to gain one or two We study and pore. - IS for Yearsg I We have been here ya few. Would We stay here another? l wouldn't. Would you? IS for Zintzg lfe assured my young friends If he should "eommineeHl Held be true to the end. 151 CX . ,- ,,, . n ....,....,.v....,.....1...,..--,.,g.V -,.,,, Q35-f THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg: U Odds and Ends. We have a young 'student named Jolley Q Who is surely a clipper by ---! In practice he shines Like a young porcupine I This gentle young Senior named Jolley! There is a young Senior named Lola Who is attractive to all,-ev-en Doll-a. For those who are in need rShe does many kind deeds A This adorable maiden named Lola. 'A uSenior there is named Murnen 'Wlho is stocked up with all kinds of learnin'5 If you Want a good time Just fall into line With this sidesplitting jokesmith named Murnen., We have two sisters named Spray, Who have a good time by the Way, 'As for ministers' sons They have never begun To compare with the daughters of Spray. There was a man named O'Neil Nlfho never would stoop to squeal. If the students played truant He never waxed fluent This fiiendly Mr. O'Neil. There are so many named Anna- f Count them I never can-a- IBlut then, of course, I V1 lhere are names that are worse Than the sweet simple name of Anna. 152 mg, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ, There was a young inan nalncd Banting Who always kind 'favors was grantingg l-hit his face would get red, At least so 'tis said, It you mentioned the same to young Ranting. There is a young niaiden named Leta, Whoni everyone is pleased to meet-ag Some say she can sing ' And if she had wings A Tlni sure she'd be angel not Leta. Dear Pa-Sell a cow. The Philo A Banquet is coining now. There was a jolly young editor The staff they carefully fedded her But in spite of their care She grew thinner than air H This fair and overworked editor. There was a young inan nained Bluett, As for tobacco he never would chew it 3 But still he was fat-I I I ani sure he was that- y This inannerly fairy nained Bluett. There was a young inaiden nained Hoard Who at Finn's Cafe di-d board And she was so fair And had dimples so rare W Sonie wondered her nanie was still Hoard. A "Pye got a fellow and the date is set, Forward a check to your Honey Pet." There is an Instructor named Law JWho is so charming,-but shaw, What the use of iny dreaining When others are beaming On this so charming Miss Law. 153 xQE:' THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA my There was a Professor named Kinsman, Whose smiles are so very winsome. But you get in his class And its luck if you pass I The exams. of this Mr. Kinsman, There, is a teacher named Sherrill I Who expects that you'll write at barrel Of ideas and points I- Till your hand 's out of joint- This history teacher Miss Sherrill. There is a Freshman named Tessin, We feel he is surely a blessin', Some call him Tessin' l But I think it's mean For it just keeps every one guessinlf There once was at student at Normal Who acted so very informal, P That when disapproved, He forgot and was rude, And now he is still in the Normal. A diller, a dollar, a ten o'eloek stroller, O where, O where, is the moon? They used to walk from eight o'oloek But now start in the afternoon. . Charley Ralph Horner Sat in a corner The funny page for to read, He found a joke that was fine And said, "I'll crack that sometime When 'twill be very funny indeed! 77 John Sherriok Muffett Sat on a tuffet Btlue-markiiig the sheets of this hook. Along came a slang word, An awful Jim Bang word! I And you should have seen how he looked ly 154 QQ? THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA A9 There was a little girl and she had a little Curl , . . l llhieh hung right over her ear, She Went to English Lit. and before she had time to sit She heard: 'fNo curls allowed here!" I What is it you do, beat the niovernent or beat the rhyth1n?i Neither 5 you beat the kids. . Sing close to the ear,i and sustain the tone. If they d0n't get it then, bite their ears off. , Why do Bert and Howard go up to Andersen's eight nights a Week? If you have any drawing to be done, ask Bert Larkin to do it. -:1 -'afar f-G' -6rfQ f" -21' i NW' df-N A2'4'hM"" QQ-l Sfbmccfow-Dy' GFA 0- Qffrfeib J - eg, 155 t J if Q9 THE NINETEEN- ELEVEN . MINNEISKA mg: N, undertaking the publication of an Annual, our aini has been to present tlie sunny as well as the sober side of 'scliool life, record- ing such' little incidents as will awaken pleasant pleasant ineinories in days to conie. When scattered over this -broad land,'wca1'y of the World, and longing for the friends of iyearspgoneivby, We, may turn the pages of this little 'book and live again our happy school ,days.' i H I I l if P L l Q: THE NINETEEN ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q um Clu CX 1 ' H 'v 1,,::. - -4....Y1f,. ,arf 7 ,,.... Q5-if THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg inis km xx 4 f9e'l,:J'j-YEL 1 . "AL 5 . - ,A .:. ' -1, ., I fr ,5 ' 9 , I D .px Q, N. - - - ,,U.1--- Q I 4, , A i A A " - W .,. V, ' ,--- . V. 7, .1LL,,'k 'xx . N' . . 4 4 , , , A. , LA, 'NQTJ THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQ, W. W. WAY, President. A. A. WAY, Treasurer, C realm C 20 Bzzszkeess College The Leading Business College, of Wisconsin. I ALL COMMERCIAL BRANCHES TAUGI-IT. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE q FAMOUS GREGG LIGHT LINE SI-IGRTHAND Superior Advantages Nlagnilicent Building Ablest Faculty Day and Evening' Sessions WRITE FOR OUR CATALOG ' Cream C10 Bzzfzheyf College, Southeast Cor. Grand Avenue and Fifth Streets, Milwaukee, Wis. Telephone Grand 1427. agar THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA arm Pi. QtDDQCQonnor fig Son., I THE LEADING DRUGGIST, The Home of the Normal Student for School Books and Supplies. i , We now carry a complete line. of the Normal School Seal Pins, Watch Pobs, and Hat Pins, in both solid gold or W gold plated. Also an elegant liner of the Normal Seal ' Stationery, Post Cards, Pennants and Sofa Pillows. Bear these in mind at Commencement time. Your patronage is always appreciated. i l . i i i O r ' P. M. KLUG, Proprietor. r it GO TO P H. APDIERFELD sr S , It Groceries, Provisions, Crocker . 'r W r WHITEWATER, WIS. b fxgf THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Q9 CX Etate ormal School WHITEWATER, VVISCONSIN. .gg CQ, , ,SummerSchool Qpens June 26. 1911. Fall Term Opens September 4, 1911. i oi? A Thorough-going Up-to-date School for the Training of Professional Teachers. A Two-Years' Course for High School Graduates. Graduates from Advanced Course are admitted to Junior rank in the University. . A County Training School Course for Teachers of Country Schools. First-Class Library and 'Laboratories Students admitted at any time of year. Catalogue sent on application. Q - ALBERT SALISBURY, President. , FW lg., ff!!-Y-Q' I f' . ,. ' ff' ,575 A Qify-w 2" HE RY BAADE, f A A-A. fl l "Alf: , A . li ZW I. A- n'x!. l'lfi' ll - A l'l'!lF'A,' ll! ai X i f Im ll AH?l'il5l'1 Wamnggn "Q, ,1"h"': -:i'f,, 3 if 551 E' , ,l uiiiilwyi Us ' A -,E ' l Ali: ' , A '--.. Aw 2 ll' Ml 5 : li l AAAX S' N 1 1- f,,.,l.x, if -- l' ll 1ll' ii' l ' g PN A - ins? i V f ll! ' 4 A I f ' N ...I- !U"'4' Ill!!! ii'!'l' llllll X f . l 9:55 A "- Allff. mr Wm W ASS: ' .xl 'Wlliifslllll , A I . A ll l w !!!, ..i I kill Q A ll , as 21 u l - 2 J F X lll " l ' VVHITEVVATERFS lARGlSl DRY GO0DS STORE Complete Line of Dry Goods and Notions, Silks, Satins, and Woolen Goods. Ladies, and Misses' Suits and Coats. Ready-Made Dresses in Latest Approved Styles. The Lfzfiief if the Narnia! Srlzoal Fnfzzlty, the Student body and the Alumni are mort rordialiy invited to make tlzif :tore their :hopping hmdguarterf. EFYEIIEZ I. CI. CICDIKQED CI , GIRQQQIEIRQS FRESH BREAD, CAKES, ETC., DAILY. A Large Assortment of Candies Always on Hand. WHlTEWAT'ER, WISCONSIN. d It l l RQ: THE NINETEENELEVEN MINNEISKA Roy, THE Contract for printing this volume of i the fIDiI1t16i5R3 Was letby the Student 1 Board to the Whitewater Register. We p have enjoyed Working with them in get- l ting out this publication which we are i satisiied is the best so farissued by any i g Nlinneiska Board heretofore. lf experience I is worth any thing, the Register has had n 4 it, and hopes the next Board Will give us an opportunity to profit by it in their - behalf. r THE WHITEWATER REGISTER. ' l ll J .t 4 l l i ag, THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA ag, nvestigate our Shoestry. - ' u Our shoe line for spring and summer, consisting of all staple ,lines and a great many novelties, is ready to command your attention. We maintain it is the most beautiful ever offered to shoe buyers of lVhite- water. I We invite you to inspect. Our store is open to observation, comparison and criticism, and should you wish to buy we can surely please the mostcritical and fit the hardest to fit. ' ' 1 ' NEXTV TO POST OFFJCE. PIALVERSON, MCGRAW CQMPANY. TO STUDENTS. It has paid others-it will pay you-to buy your Wearing apparel from 1-IALVERSQN Blaos. co. Why? Because they carry the largest line, handle only reliable goods and sell at lower prices. Good reasons, isnat it? Home of the Hart, Schajrner E99 Marx ana' L. System Cfotlzes and Malling C93 Stetson Hats. f I NCQ-Tv THE NINETEEN - ELEVE u N MINNEISKA -Q L AQ-2 THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ: ur ce Cream Has become a regular part of the menu for private parties and banquets. The pure ingredients, reasonable prices, prompt and efficient service are a few reasons Why the ice cream made by JOHNSON 8 CALLAHAN is such a favorite among Whitewater patrons. VVe make any kind you Want, in any quantity, and deliver it to any part of the city. Give us a trial order for your Sunday dinnerg We deliver at any hour. Our parlors are now open and We are prepared to supply our custom- ers by the same efhcient standards initiated by us in former years. Vile especially cater to ladies and student trade, making politeness and courtesy our cardinal virtues and second only to quality of our sundaes and cream. All 'flavors served in all combinations. ' ' Joi-INSQN 8c CALLAHAN. We are now showing the most complete, the most Snappy Up-to-Date Footwear for young ladies and young men we've ever displayed. For extra service and perfection in fit call at the A. K. ALRICK SHOE STORE. 11 l m CW THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA mg, C 17226115 Suzie me WHf7'EWdTER, WISCONSIN. Cazpimf, Szzrpfm and U71cfz'7Jz'a'ecf Prgffy ,52?0,000.g IQ . GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Savings Deparfment fwiflz 3 per cent inferest paid. TI-IE FAIR To make this store their headquarters for .up-to-date Footwear and Dependable Merchandise. Prices always lowest and Quality best for the money. Call and be convinced. THE FAIR y, "The Store th t ves you money." l mi?-1 ATI-IE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ, H19 MQA Ilslkr Dry G00tlSCOmpdlly Dry Goods, Cloakg. Ladies' F urni.rl7z'ng.r. J. A. H. Waldie, Manager. THE BIG Sroi-QE Furniture, Rugs, 'Pianos, Musical Instruments, Picture Framing, Sheet Music, Victor and Edison Talking Machines. Licensed Undertakers and Embalmers. SMITH dz HAWoRTH. Phone 55. H. C. Smith, Res. 2372. W. E. Haworth, Res. 1072. ' WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN. i ff' 4 I AGE' THE NINE C- M- Blackmail, President. T. M. Blackman, Vice Pres't. E. F. Thayer. Cashier. TEEN- ELEVEN MINNEISKA ex Qt The First National Bank VVHITEWATER, WIS. Anderson, Bennett, Faust Co. The CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. home of Adler Collegian and Kuppenheimer Clothes for Me Bestever Clothes for Children, band Gimbel Hat. . There is none too good, so come and get the best. H HENRY BAYER, DIAM.ONDS. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and Silverware. . REPAIRING A SPECIALTY k Q: THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA AQ, Br nters Pharmacy DRUGS, Stationery, Postals, SCC. Try our Ice Cream. H. E. COOIVIBS .llbbotograpbeu MAIN STREET We make photographs that please Special Rates to Normal Students. G0 to the New lCHREAMPARl0Il FOR lee Cream Sodas' and Sundaes. Soft Drinks and Fruits. l E. GIANNINI 84' CO. We carry a Full Line of Bl!9l, PM K, VMI, Mllllllll and all kinds of the latest Cured Hams and Bacon, Home-Made Lard and Sausage. MEM MARKET, OPP. DEP0l . Telephone No. 9. CHAS. Foss JR. 'QFD THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA Age inefnrnerbruesinre H. J. O'CONNOR, Prescription Druggisi. WI-IITEWATER, WISCONSIN. CRUMB 85 WINN HEAVY AND SHELF HARDWARE 3 We carry a complete line of Asbestos Sad Irons. 155 PF 24 Call and see our New Stock of Aluminum and Granite Ware. The New Process and Jewel Gasoline Stoves are on display at our store. Give us a call. Suits 515.00 and Up, order made. Clothes that conform to the standards of art and good taste in dress-that express and develop the Weareris individuality - are made to personal measure by Didriksen 81 Son Center St., Whitewater, Wis. Commencement Giits. 1-.-pu FIJVE CHINA, ' CUT GLASS, H1847 Rogers Bros? SIL VER 'WAREV .f. .'. .v. , 4. .,. .,. -A Beautiful line of Post Cards, at Ten Cents a Dozen. Hamel wame. Croolcery L. C. BAKER. CALL AT ii f0fIl0flldHlWdf0Si0f0 jf. X. Scblaiclffi F r all kinds of fa cy cut Mears Tl ii 10 109 Center Street. Perfection Butter Ask your Grocer i Take No Other lllllllll Plllllllit flllllilldlly. Hardware, Paint, i Gil, and Cutlery. o H AS. I R M A N - Proprietor. Sanitary Market! 31: :xc :ie We not only' keep our market in a sanitary condition but buy only such meat astwe know will be satisfactory to our customers. Everything in Fresh and Cured Meats. - Phone No. 2. WESCOTT Sc DYER. kim THE NINETEENQELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ. 4 mf? THE NINETEEN-ELEVEN MINNEISKA QQ, A. M. ltfldlltl, Pll.G., M.D. x Physician and T Surgeon. F Oflice on Main St , over Coppins Furniture Store. Oflice hours, 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p m. ' r Residence, 608 Main Street. Telephone No. 80-2. S Most all Students buy Drugs and S Stationery at DuIIin's Drug Store We will be glad to meet all new students, and We will give them the same cour- teous service. w. w. mann, opn.n. Eye Specialist, 302 Main St., Whitewater, Wis. I want all the Normal Students for my patients. I My prices are reasonable. Day Light Store Dress Goods, Silks, Trimmings, Zion Laces, ' Constance Embroideries. Parisian and Nemo Corsets. Munsing and Puritan l Underwear. ' Agency for Bulterickls Patterns. A Engebretsen Co. Phone 25. 85 Main Street. The pri xting of this book was executed by the I-IOUTKAMP PRINTING COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis. , 5' e 4.3 'J VP- if! r , '1 V3 ,4, A ! I, p 5 u I I E n 2 i 1' :f 5 1 L 151' jj .Wg I '54- iff ,,., N X ' 1 1 1 1 , x -1 - 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I N '7 N .. 1, I 1 Z1 11111 1 1.1, . .. , 1 1, 1 ... 1 t 1 1 1 1 - ' 11- 1 1 1 N 1 , 1 1 A 1 1.7 1, 1 1 1 fy 1 1 1 N.1,..,-,- . F' V 'L' ' N I n 111, . 1 V 1 1 x 1 c f 1 1 . 1 1 1 UA -1, . 1 K I 4, , 1 ' 1 , ' J K .::1i."1 1 1 1 1 1 x , -',1 -V, 1 1 1 '1'l- :11 1 A '1-I , J 6 1 1 1 1 1 X , 4 ' x 1 V f A .11 1 ' ' 1 r 11 1.1, N 1 1 1 , L 11 1 1 1 1 1. - , 1 , f 1 ' 1 .1 .3- X. 4 . 1 1-11-1,1 '11 111'. 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