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

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CERIMM . GEORGE B. RlILLER . Otto Xl. Sclilaback IS S Oshkosh . Kladison Stevens Point XYl'1iICNVEitSI' . Kladisou . Xladison Klilwaukee Superior Platteville River Falls ljau Claire LaCrosse 1 .ilj L :iii lf. f in 'fi 1 .c . . -, Ti-T CONINIERCIAL COURSE lhihitewater specializes in tl1e training of ggi? teachers of commercial subjects. The curriculum for the training of com- :Tj mercial teachers leads to the degree Bachelor of Education. Students who complete this curriculum major 111 Commerce and in Educa- t1on and m111or 111 two academic fields. The 5 jlfii major 111 Commerce includes thorough training , in accounting, secretarial arts, and related 1 business subjects. The major in Education EM presents pI'l1lClplCS and techinques in the teach- l N lllg of commercial subjects. The two academic l .r .W minors provide a cultural background. The " graduates of this curriculum are fortunate in that they are equipped for both the teaching profession and a business career. M There is an increasing demand for White- 1 jlyater clegeee -graduates of the Commercial , PAULA. CARLSON jj, eac iers urricu um. lm .-:ef vv' -all 1 M! fi! HIGH sono-oL TEAeH.ERsf o o U R s E E ,.,- 'ie aim o e i 1 c oo eac iers T fi 11 ful HglShlTYl' if Course is to train teachers for the academic subjects in high school. It also gives a broad iffy cultural background of value to themstudent in whatever line of work he enters. The Egg years of the junior College are devoted largely to content courses while the Senior College . , 1 emphasizes courses in Education, a11d has U . . . . ' 1 , therefore, a definite vocational objectlve. Spec- '34 ' ' ia iza ion is require in e junior an senior A il' l t d th d U W years to fit the student for teaching in two S re fields. T i Nw or mo SQ! . , QP, V. qi .1 la-5, H. O. LATHROP if l -qty: . 1 ' lil' THE PRIMARY DEPARTMENT ir. The Primary Department aims to prepare 'N young women to teach little childrc11. It 1S ' l pf! organized on tl1e two year, three year and 'Q kj? four year curriculum plan. The courses in . X each curriculum aim toward a broad cultural my development and specialized knowledge of the Q 5 ggi technique of primary education. Every stud- jf LJ Cllt begins in her freshman year to acquaint ',. 'N herself with the little children. The education P ff courses offer her opportunities for observation f Llifi of trained teachers at work in the class room ' until she herself is ready to participate in the i l Qi actual teaching of little children. "lVe learn ' l to do by doing":-we learn to teach by teaching-this is the principle on which tl1e 1 .N Primary Department operates. FLORENCE M. Sl'IA'I"I'UCK c.. . rl 1 - 19 1 1 l' ..+.miW" fL..,i7 " SL! 'i ""Eif'. - L 5Qfl1'fWi"'JL A -ELLLQ Z fF.3iTiE'fL1i5s Q.Qifff2xls'cg.x" ' ' 7.51-..iZ.::,1:'e'2'fI'I-. 531221342 3'1.L.i7 T'ffL'Ii"""?:4-..ga4'3Z'. 9---- --gr - --rr. dy--'-1.-1:--fn--r.f:'11 ,- ' , ri ""':"f""r"s"':,1 1-'P-..-go' A. " - Q VJ Jl4,i'M'5W!dQYQ.f53?,fZatviillbiblglildlfiif QQBLVQUQUESJQR.VaiTfQ.Q11iQ.cKUali.1X .- 1' lzwh 5 V . .1 ..-i , ,. ,, - s a by T f-' '-i,g. 1? Ll ' f ' f 1 Y 1 i 42 - f '-- 'W' ' -JV ' 'ai' 73' - v - ff: TRAINING SCHOOL 'gy I T DEPARTMENT ,ii .Aw The aim of the Yvhitewater State Teachers, AH - , Colle e has always been to make the Training s . U , H Y A. . School the real core of the instruction. Vie 1 X' . ,, . . . M44 learn to do by doing, so it is logical to con- 71.1. V clude that one learns to teach by teaching. fl This is especially true when the first steps in 'l - teaching are taken under the direction of lg: I trained supervisors. Teaching technique IS ll the goal sought, therefore the TF2llHll1g.SCl100l 'H Department is the center around which the gill T several courses are organized. Our students 515-v H . -sr ' are afforded through this Department an op- my 2 portunity to observe good teaching, to discuss fp and evaluate various types of classroom pro- Q15 'S cedure., and actually teach and manage classes A, W. P. Rosmmx of their Own' .A g SL sill Q INTERMEDIATE JUNIOR Eli at " N ,Ftp ' ' Q C H O O I YW W H 1 Cx H t . .FJ -" . fi' To meet and successfull co e with the ever ,. 1 Y P ,L ek changing pre and early adolescent boys and .' girls requires an individual Who is phvsically Q53 if .l - A Well and able, socially alert, morally clean, Eg and a scholar. The objective of this depart- pf, ment is to assist the prospective teachers to Q15 fi. develo in these res ects and to ne lect none 1 1, P P g M, 5 of them. L59 ,.. , 'll 213i i - N531 ti , V 4 MH - . E5 1 FJ . . Nj CLAY J. DAGGETT RURAL DEAPARTMEN1 r . . ichfl ,T I A year of professional training beyond the A l g, four years of high school work is a legal re- ,F quirement for teachers of the oneiroom'Rural -Q1 N School. This year of Work is given in our il-HQ , Rural Department, Where students become gif, Hg familiar with the State Course of Study, with QQ. l accepted procedures, and with advanced sub- fall U ject matter. They also have access to a Col- ' le e Rural School of nearly fifty' upils, in '- gl , . , . P , which observation and practice are both re- a yt quired. - 17' CLARA L. xVrHEELER F 20 '- '. .1115-Lair siawii --f"'.:f:"r1""'H"-'H"'r"':f3f'F'e'51g--"L -a.z.-1f'1"1"1"ff ::rf:::5+"'rr: 'fl-fr""W3"Q1-Isf9fr7'ff'?'U9f""n'T YHESLTEDV " Tgii i' ' iii!-f-1fil.f3TtiJ,Pi.iQ4Q'T2'4TiQJQ!.5il-Slflsfiikfhxyfmkv. 'i5k.bQ'ig4L'fA:AiJ . :Mil X hx fjxf'-a',+ivfk " r CuAlu.1:s H. Acmiw GRACE C. Awoun 1'l1yJ1'ml Ed-umlion, Coaffz Librariaiz Graduate. State Teaclier's Col- Graduate, State 'l'eaclxer's Col- lege, Wlrilewater, lege. VVl1l12ewater. L. LUCY A. BAKER illlurfc' Conservatory of Music, Rots- dam, New York, :' ' , 4- ,gar- '? 5 MABEI. F. Bucxwrrr-1 Nlmura S. BENSON J,f.fz.rlanf, Rural Deparlmefzl 'Sli-07'ffZ!17Il1. Typewriling Graduate, StaleTeacl1e1"s Col- B.lL., State 'l'eael1er's College, lege, llfliitewaler. lllhitewater. i Y l l Okomnx. l-I. BIGELOXV IQDITH V. Blslam-3 4llalf1r'ma!iz'.f D Slzorflmml h Xl..-X.. Columbia University. l'li.l3.. Lniversity ofCIi1cago. 21 ETHEL BJQRKLAND Arr Graduate, State 'l'eachcr's Col lege, Milwaukee. 'Q fx- fx. '..,M',rf,,'.' , ,-.J . 51739 :iii 2-lil VTX? PHI .rw if, F-llff AT 'tl fri lfg li y""L All Engl .E hi 1 L- .lj lfflfl "--fi 1 "M QQ? lam Q'-'l , 155 la la Em ffl. I lrv' ilwrf . 4 li!! phi., "lf X Ll ll ilzifl: M75 NI. V lc-l 'Lili -'M iff! rl M Thu lvl N 'X :N ui, A. f N . ff . I , f ww, . . ? ' .4 '1'?'Ti! lizif Fifi fiivf. 55:1 Y-rg.: 1511 9' f' .pi 1'-1 iff F5 23 I. . .. V, I A ii V ir gf? il Q . ,L lf! .1 Q3 ,i H7 1 v x ..j1'f3 i-1:12, 5,15 -i 15: 'J gf. il Ll ,' if N I f . X, ,i 1277? ii: iiL'x Y-'- i .ig r:'. ,ig Lili Ve i , KU. ,fi RALPH xl. BROOKS l,llj'.fl!'.U', C!lZ'll17-,1'fl'X' L., 'S E Rolsliwr C. CLAR K Biology FILM., Lliivcrsily of XVis. Xl..'X., Columbia Univfrrsity. 1 1. 'r. i I NIANE E. CLEM Typf'f0r1'l111g MA., University of Chicago, V U. limuliu EDNVARD I-I. EVANS l'1'zm'1palqflligf1 School lli,vl01'y V A UI'J'l'H'3' PILD., University of Wiscon- XIJX., l.1llVCI'Silf' of WVisconsin. sin. Li mi - HRS. XV. C. lflscllxiu TIYIIIIZIDIIKLQ Sflmo! Crflfr BMX., L uivcrsity Oi'KIil1llCSUTZl. VVARIL EN C. IJISCIIER MARY Fiuc K im llomr L'6'U7I07i1It'.f Gfaduzitc, StnuL Institute, Grugrzzplzy XI.:X,, Liniversity of uiiscoiisiil. Kicnomince. 22 1 . 1 - f, ' i 1. UM 'u as ' 3 . " "5 "'W":Y'.27f" "U" ' i Q- M' 1- -,A 11.5, n- 1.-.N -,f 1. -, 1 -, , P., -V' fa... , 63' :fl xl'lI.l,lAM ll. l"IlIC'KlilL 'I'1imms 'lf G01-'if I"l.0RENc1i Goomfiun .l1'flHHIlIi7I.Q ,1l111h,qfm1ip,i- I,fly.Vl'L'l1l LIILIIEIIZIIOII Xl..'X.. l'i1ix'ci'sityof lliiscurisixi. HS., Oklcllioma .'xQII'lCllll.llI'Zll BS., rl'CZlCllCI',S CollegC. Col- NlCCll2lIllCZ1l College, Still- umbia University. , ! water, Oklalmma. l.Ai7i4,x H.Aml1.'roN Lmoim Hfxiuus lfllgflifll Chifdrrazff Lillfllflillll RI.,-X.. Columbia Liuiversily. Grziduznc, Milton College. I"i.oiuaxc1c IC. ll0l.COENllili 1'r11in'g11f'fmi C1'l'lfr', fjI'!1HIlIlI'1'J' l5.,X.. l iiivcrsiiy ul xx'lSCUIlSlIl. Bi-:NJAMIN B. ,lixxlias I'lm'ru l'S1NlLANS Pfyrllnlogy, Sf.1fl'.VlliI'.v' .J.f.f1'flzzr1I LlibflI7'liHII XI..-X., Norihwcsicrn lfnivcr- Graduate, lVhitewa1ei' Stale sity. rl'CZlCl1CI'.S College. 2:5 v ,,i l, i i iii llI5l.IiN NI. Kxosiciau H. G. LEE BIQRTHA M. I.Eif1.i5R lfng!1'.rlz 15501107711-l',f, P0f1.l1'Cllf Srnfizw Latin, Frfncli KLA.. University of Vllisconsin. KIA., University of Wisconsin. Graduate, Diploma dc la Soi'- bonnc, University of Paris. xlARY C. NIADIJEN S. F. NIEAR l'1'11'i'nirzq Schonf Crzlic' Band Graduzlrc, Klilwaukcc Slam lvC'ZlCl1E!l'.S College. i l l"1.oRA B. Po'1"r'1-: R .fl rl Graduate. P-mu Institute, Brooklyn. New York. l'lA1u,AN j. IQANDALI, .1!'!'UIl7lfZ7lg, S'1cpe'rf'1',r1'u1L KIA.. University of Chicago. 24 ERNESTINE Slsunoiwr' Trzziuizzg Sffzool Crzizc Pl1.B.. University of Chicago. st Y ,i, . 'u H X, 1 WW rr X I if LUCY 'llllA'l'CllIiR IIELEN 'l'uozuvs0N xl. NI. rl1ICE L1'l1r11r1'an Phydral lfd'IlfL7lI'01I P1'l1wz1zlz.rln'p Grziclnalc, ljlmrury School, Uni- l3.l'f., l,a Crosse State Teachers Graduate, Ferris Institute, Big versity ol Wisconsin. College. Rapids, Michigan. Xl-'A1.1'mi S'rA1ua W ATSON C. H. WEi.LERs l?."gz',rfrar, liiology illalmal Traznzfzg, Sprrrll XLS., Wesleyan University. jourvmlrvm B. 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Freeport, Ill. lligh Srhool Tvaclmrir High School Tmchfrr R1 Courxr Cozuzre Cf.-'l Pilgrim Fellowship 2, Glce Club 23 Royal 32,251 3245 'h'l'2lll5fCl'l'Cfl from Purple 2, 3, 45 Nlinne- Milton College. lSlf2l 4g Prom Com- mince 2, 3. l."tf fb L Lv.: X-if i:'r 'ffl f' LJ vm .m kf.. Q51 Vivmx Axnizusox MILnIw:n A. Bxasrrzxr 2,1 lleaver Dam,'lVis. Qraringfireenz XVis. 'Iwo I rar Primary Iwo Your P1'l77LH1'jV I Co u r.rr C o u rrf Treble Clef 2g Prim- Primary Club 1, 25 hi! ary Club 21rl1l'ZlIISfCI'I'CCl Choral Club IQ VV. A. l SIION? . Dznlfge I County I, 2g Pilgrim Fellow- l 'grig raining . cum. s ip 1, 2. kfx I ,Q I ll I W VM H hifi lf! iill l 5 lucox li. .-'Xsuc1aA1f'r NIARGARIST E. BoNNI:'r'r 2525 Fort Atkinson, Wis. Columbus, Wis. RJTZE CU7ll1l1t'ff1.lllCOIJTAFF Two Year junior High Commercial Club I. SfhI00f CONT-ff' 2. 3. 4g Football 2, 35 Treble Clef IQ Thes- Track 2, 3. 4g Orarory plan I, 25 AccompanisL if-i lift 2, 35 "WH Club 3, 4. for College High Nin- M1 ette I5 Accompanist for 'Pi hliQla'cilll,b 55 Jfiglfl W : ' -g ,mf Omega lg Stage 'rf' if auager 2. gg ' rl mil llAl I u B pil . ' ALL. ,X ggi VVlIiLewater, Wis. JEAN BRADY ,kgil C0lII7lH'l'!'1A!l! Coum' -Iauesville, XVis. ml Commercial Club I, Two Year Primary -'ily Qfli 2, 35 Basketlmll 2, 35 Couric . PH, pi! Tracl: 3, 45 Band I, 2, Alpha Sigma Phi I. 25 mf bp! 3, 45 Orchestra I, 2, 3g Prirnary Club I, , ll, Pilgrim rulowuiip 1, Mercier- 1, 2. lair Wg 2- 3- W , Tl ,lg fl 'U'-A' lrl Hn, 'fl W Tl lr! RUTH CAIm1.vN limuum I'IELEN BRANDON kill Sloughlou, XVis. XVhiteWater, W'is. itil ' Two Ymr junior High Three Year Primary li-A , School Couryr Courxe ,IC E 'fliespiun Ilg A. Alpl? 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Beloit, Was. , 4 lliglz School Ybaclier Three Your Primary 'Q C011 rn' C011 vzrf Q3 W. Cv. JK. Council Primary I. 2, 35 1 47. 1 9' . E 1 fl 4 i ii' 315 1? 3' 3- 1 YA 'U R R if S l or .Ll il l7l J F5 Yi? E 39 Minnciska Staff 3, 4g Alpha Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. President 3. 4, Prom Committee 3. E1.Rov BRUNIS Milwaukee, WVis. C07lL'llI.6'TL'1'fL! Couric' Football I. SQ Track 1. 2, 3, Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 1, 2, 4, Thespian 3, 4. l-IARVI51' Bucunx . Milwaukee, lfVis. Co-mmfrrizzl Couric Forensic League I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2g NW" Club 3, 4, Manager of Football, Track and Basketball, Cornmercial Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1. 2, 3, 43 Pilgrim lfellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3. ELLEN jAN1i BURC11 'Wl1itewatcr. YVis. Two Your Prinzary Couriz' Alpha Sigma Phi I, lg Royal Purple Reporterg Primary Club I. 2g Treble Clcf 1, 2, Presi- dent 2g Semi Chorus 2. DONALD BURTON Eagle, VVis. High Srlzool Tmrlmrr Cnurrn' FooLbal1 Ig Track 2, 3, 4, NWT' Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Trcasurcr 2, Vice-President 45 Prom Chairman 3g fX"lin11ciska Staff 4. hffercier I, 3, 3, Treble Clef 1, 25 W. A. A. 3. BERMCE KI. CARLSON Unity, XVis. Commerrfal Couric Band 1, 2, Com- mercial Club Ig Alpha Sigma 1. 2, 3, 4, Pilgrim Fellowship l. VERA B. ClIRISI.ER Lodi, Wis. Comnzercial Course YV. S. G. A. Council 2, 3, 4, Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3. 4, Treble Clef 15 WV. A. A. IQ Royal Purple, Associate Editor 3, Edito1'-i11-Chief 4g Sigma Tau Delta 4. GRACE NI. CLEv15L.xND Superior, Wiis. C'0'lH7lIf'l'L'ffl1 C'ou1'Je Transferrecl from Sup- erior State T. C. 19303 VV. A. :L 3, 4, Band 3, 4g Treble Clef 3, 4g Dominant Seven 35 Thespian 45 Semi Chor- us 4. CORALYN ll. COLBERT ,XVhitcwater, YVis. I111er1m'd1'are junior Iliglz School Alpha Sigma 1, 2, 3, Secretary 23 Glen Club fs !K1'l.f.Jp'EJ"' 30 ' 'L '-i"'mwm 1 no mem 2 r ra ima f i I N. i .ff-i, I '-N"' "f'X. ji, -A'-. 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TTIITI' Yvzzr Primary Two Yrar IIT!-l71lH'1X' 13' ff?-A Crliuzrf' Courxef 1' f gig vfllplia Sigma 1, 2. 35 Floral Club ag Prim- fi' KM W, A. A. I. 2, 3g Prim- ary Club ZQ Trans- ., V Li!! ary Club I, 2, 3. lerrefl from University l 'YY of VVisconsin. i f Q N lv y' ' l gil , :P fi' if l 'Liu RALPH lol. C111-:lima flORTENSH DU12Iu2s'r ig: ' Palmyra, Wis. New Glarus, YVis. V 'fill llzglz Sffzool Traflmpv Two Year Pl'f'lHUI'jf Elf - C o u rfr Co 11 raw' JST LU! Transferred from Da- 'lireble Clef I, ZQ l QQ? lcotzi Wesleyan Univcr- Treble Clef Octette I, 2Q lg sity. Mitchell, South Primary Club 1, 2, l -l HQ Daliotzi. President lg YV. S. G. JX.g 'Wi Alpha Sigma I. 2. I 'fl fi bl .iv R U R-ll KlARc.CUNNINGI1AM M. ELIZABETH Dumas jig Janesville, Wis. Delavan, 'Wis. lyk -,ph Timm' l'f'a1'fur11'orlliglz Four Year Iligfz Srlzool all A CII o 1 S 'f o I Co mn' Tn1rlzm'.f Couric 1 " 'Aj Mercier I, 2, 3. XV. A. A. IQ Alpha iw E. Sigma 1, 2, 3. Secre- Hg, .. ' tw... 'M"' ,-, 'if 3? 'lilicsptibiicl MJ Secretary 4g Prom Com- EQ QM mittee 2 3' Treble 1 Q31 Cicfr IQ Giga' Club 25 '11 Delta Psi Omega 4. 'QYIQ llc , fi CAT1-usluwii A. IDENEEN lR.IS ICDWARDS .PF Black liartb. W'is. Wlntewatcr, Wis. gli. in Two Yfar Primgry Comvnerrzfnl Cozlrfz' li-1 5 Crrzuw' Band I, 2, 3, 41 W 3 'gmt Primary Club I, lg Orchestra 2, 35 Treble 5 Xlereier 1, zg Clmorzil Clef 1. " ' Club 2. l i if-' i. 1 il l l I A 'ill Will ra l 7' in : rl Kf-p .,-.1 gi 31 J,g'L-fly, 131- V- - -- 4 lm? jg5Qi'fQm. elm Wm vi, ,J '-P. xkfk fv' J-yfae , .wxffv-. , UQHC, .,,eL,ta,s ,A - 5 M " wiv x. fu-,341 ,f".f' y"'v V-...2"Qil1L. w 'M ,.,,., 'L CM'-, lff. fn-mlm, 1 i 1 1,1 '?'1 1 i 1 ,,. 1 xy, l V: " Q,-' A Ai . My 1 1 '..i 1 wi 'Q 1 1 R115 M i"n fl 5 .ffxr'faf'f1f"i':7'.-.i"' fill- " -ff' ---' H -1 1 ' 111 fix",-5 '- "" ' I-1' . ' ge- 1- 1- -f , ..i.Qg..1--A 1- -au 135 'Tia 1. , 4 if luvlx ENGEN 1'I1zL.L:N NI. Fuoam 'fini Whitehall, Wis. Colby, W'is. 'Q Pjjj- Four Yrar COl1117l6'fl'f!ll Commncial Couryf' Coinzw XV. A. A. 1 1 C om- V iz, Commercial Club 3, mercial Club 2. 35 NV. S. if' 45 Track 3. G, A. Council 1, 23 'hifi 5-ll , Alpha Sigma Phi 2. 3, Vice-Prcsidem 3, Royal Raft, E Purple Srallf 2, 3. lfig Msg Gif i MI. 'Z in-fel gy lvix FU1.1.Eu N'iIl..AN Excux ffll EQ, XVhitcwaLex'. lVis. Wihitchall. XVis. fifil l Four Yfar Primary C0'I7lNlt'l'Cil11 Coiuzfr Y Coznzu' lil ty 'lircblc Clcf 1, 25 1,QJ,3,l Alplia Sigma I, 2, 3, 4, lugl fyi Primary Club 4,3 Na- tional Story Tcllcrs' gcjrjj lg! League 1, 2. :iffy li S V ll l., ffl if-N1 UQ!- lil gig G1zv:r1u:m5 R. Essocx BERNICE GAYLFJRD Egg Xvl1lfCW21KC1', Wis. lfVaul:esha, Wis. 'llgllfi Two Ymr Primzzry junior Iliglz School S, Courff Cu14r.ff l lx., . i"W Fly' Primary Club I, 23 5 il W. ,x. A. 1. lg Band 1. .ju PM fy 1.7 'T ga"-: lil l' l ill, ,ggi lill uf, Eg H ig FERNE A. l1:V1iRl-IARDT ELLEN Goulfiuiw' GRE" XVl1ifCWLll.Cl'. Wis. Nlilrou junction, Wis, ' Two i,fHl'Pfi1lld1'j' Two Year junior High YL, , Couric School Courfr mi' ' Primary Club ig XV. A. A. xg Baud 2. lug' h-, Treble Club 2, Secretary MLC .X ' and 'l'reasui'erg Alpha ll Sigma Phi 2. 1 il T . - x--.9 ill. 1 1 mi ZEI,l..AKlARGARIi'l' FlELD CLEO Gow 1 I H Fall River, XVis. A hVhitcvvater, Wfis. Iwo Y far Irzlrrnzrdiali' , Ilzglz School Tmclzfrf E-1 1 junior High. Srlmol Cournz 'K q Con rye A Alpha Si gm a 1. 2, i W. fl. A. ZQ junior 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 'ui' ' I-Iigh Club 2. Treasurer 3, President 4 fi U VV, S. G. A. Council 1.25 w Glce Club 1, 2, Secre- T111 l ' tary 25 Sigma Tau I tl Delta 4. 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Si' 'il 1iDNA KA'l'HliRlNli QiRAM Loimixiz M. 1-Ifuirixmxx iff? West Allis, Wis. Green Bav. XVis. gf "El CUIl17IIt'l'L'l'tI! Courxr COIII77IE'7'l'll!lT Cr:-imrr i ' --1.1 lggi Commercial Club i, W. A. A, I, 23 Prim- ffj' liffl 45 lV. S. Ci. A. Coun- ary Club Ig Y. NV. C. XX. lflj cil 3g Big Sister Chair- I, lg WV. S. C. A. Coun- man 3g 'lil1CSDlZlI1 Dru- eil .gg Commercial Club izfq lgf mzilic Club 3, .ig .Xlpha 3, 45 lVeFley Founda- Fil QQ., Sigma i, 2. 3, 4. tion 1, 2, 3, 4. . ,A P115-f 1 ' yi. ri lil fi:-fl H .WEL CiiiAN'r l'lARRIE'I'TE HAwou'r1r ly! Whitewater, Wis. Fond du IIEIC. lVis. if., Ziff. junior High School Commercial Couric liz' Cfxizrfr Nlercier Club I. 2. 'Qll .",', 3. 45 Commercial Club gl? 1, 2 3. 43 Thcspian ifff Club I. 2, 3, 45 Min- f1,1'f" ,... Q neiska Stall 4. if 11, 14,4 life 1 ---:Ll . Rfwzuoxn Glmsxia Rvru HAYNER f Delzivznn. Wis. Sun Prairie, WVis. f.-f- ' llfgll Sffzonl T1'arl1rr.f Two Ymr 1"1'i11zary lil f. 3 Criurxf' Courxf ,Ai Alpha Sigma Phi 1 ZQ 13-gl il " . Primary Club I, lg MQ. Treble Clcf 1, 25 W. S. Eg- G. A. 2, Secretary ZQ ijjf Pilgrim Fellowship I, 2, lffg Secretary-'l'reasurer 2. ig! 214: gigs l'fi.izANoR I-lixiuiorf Doizoruv l'lENRY ,ji Wliitcwziter, Wis. 1 Brodhead, lfVis. Qqfi Two Yrar Primary 1 jiminr High Salma! Fil if Co 1113? Co u1'.w 15,231 1555 'ri-chic Clef 2, Girls' .gal Octette 2g junior High mil Club ZQ VVesley Found- ily, ation v 25 'lfransferred mf? lgjgl from University of Wis- llllxi co n si n . lafi. iii Sal 'Va lil ll if.. Tp? .,., 1 Ni? '- ' - 15143, "Tr11i'iz3i1:Q.g -- 1 ' ' A ""1i'TfTl'1'f'4I1i1"1T".3-.-I 1.4 l'.",.'L."T'i ,,- A.'E""'1 I:-1: .Li",,:- ':',. Titi' "" ' if . 'vw "" 1' "CC"'1,T"1'f1ji 1-5. 111' mfg-'i' 1 "" 'A'jf"w iw: Th'-f-1"""'i ' C" 'Cf' im' 'EVTTICC lC1i"""e'rf'f'-' - l-"-- 1 Ill i, l T. ,.1i, . r fi. .J 1. 1 .7.,.l 4.1. J .-l,"1t-. 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Eu 5, I,,4 A .LAN , I '-Qi wg,-I:-'NWWEHWW -flag Why-, if 511' 4i'im-+,,-i,,,.- .nw--I WL. .4. .-.fz:-s.g:- --111 - ,xgfggjw -1-!M?, M4-1+ -- 1--..,....-.L...,...--4.- -..I gf'-i ' fr fu' Q 351 ,C KIIIIIIETII x'ANE HENRY l-lIzI.I2N G..l'l0Fli?lA3 -'D fl ll' W ' 'il i lVaukcgan, lll. l.aker,lX I I Ib.. 2:23 C077l7llI'I'C1C11 Courfz' 7-:un lfar rzmarg , XvV.S.G.:'x.C0lIllCllIQ T bl C0352 U W. .-X. A. I. 2, 3, 4g . VC C C I- 23 xr " Band I' Orchestra Ig Pflmflry N Club , 1' 25 T31 l . ' . 1 ,. I. ' Thcspian IQ Royal Pur- Pllgflm lf'Jl0W5 QPTE- -1: ple Stall 2, 33 Com- VlCe'Prf:S' eu? 261 Iwi' mercml Club 4: Delta plan Diamatic ua -. Psi Omega 4.. fm ' ,Fill lb. iff! ESTIIIQR l'lkZRXVIG LOUISE HOFITIAN Arlinglon, lVis. Nlonrog, WIS. ,ff-fl Two Year' lJfl'17lllI"V fN'llU" H2811 S171 001 ,Q fy C0 ' Counrz' had ny. urn' -N- ia Primary Club I, zg Tlicspiaii 2. Lu 1. Ia? R752 ' lui gf eil ., ' l. 'Q rf lil CARI. l-luxzisxrzn ' 'l Watertown, lVis. KIAIu:Auu'I' l'l1GGlNS C0ll11lZl'7'Cidl Couric -lancsvillc, lVis. v Bfwlietball I, 3- 33 Tlmw' Ymr junior High Football I., 2, 3- 45 M12 4- I o ege 2 Igi as sc - 6, .QQ Srlzoof Coursv C ll Il l B ul ,E, 1,25 'jyil KIercicI'1,2,3gTreble ball Coach 3, 45 W. Clcf 2, 3, Pageant 2. flu? II, .2, gl +5 IZIQSI- ff cen unnor ass, 'Ice- K '25 P I1 F- I lv ,W rcsx ent ies Iman . . Classg Commercial Club 2, 4513 45 RoyalB Purple Q, Sta 3, 4, usincsa ' Manager 3, Xliuneiska A Stall 2, 3, 4. lb Norma A. l'lIGG1NS J, , 3, Beloit, Wis. Doius l'lU1:TGllEF UL! 4 TCM yan. P,i,,m,.y Iron Nlountain, Klich. EQ fj,,u,-M, COIIZTIZFITY-tif Cl7llI'.l'I' iz L ,F, P' ' Cl b I, lg Band I, 2, f. .19 9 Ch.:-2Iaa..i, az W. S. 7 G. .-X. Council lj Thes- Club 2, -lf: Tl'ea5H'l'el' 7 L-. pian Dramatic Club 25 3: W. S. A. Council SQ ES? Pilgrim Fellowship I, 2. Commercial Club 1, 2, iffy ,-,J 3, 4g Delta Psi Gmcga 4g 'Q lvlinnciska Stall .Ig Sen- 'fff ior Class Treasurer, 3 Band I, 2, 3, .Ig W. A. A. I. 2, Glec Club I. 2, L MILDIQEID B. I-IOEIJEI, SCU'Cff11'l' 2- lllkl ' , W' . ll l l l j1uI1'or1?liiglz Slime! CLARICIZ JOHNQON I 7 Courfr Stoughton, ll Is. I 1 ' p ri m a ,. V Cl L, b I5 Two Year l,I"1'IllllI'1X' I Cl fl Cl il , -g YV. Comzfz' , .Qffff,. gf' J ' 9 W. A. A. 2, Cimmi Club 2. i l I ll VI, ll! 4 34 A" K r,m..mp, -fw,,q,,, ..,.Y,,,. ...Mi-2,,, .,,.A..,,.,5,5. -.-..,4,454.1,g.,3gg,,.,.I-51,...,-r -..L.L-un.-.--..,'..-f.: 152.-xp iw ff: E. .f ai-,1:::,1--a..:-1-Y .rlvmmwsv --mm Mg'-1 I fl W V fl if A lf r Lwiaialagw ,, h I .1 ..l - -,."i'. DA. I L.:,i l"f-. 1 ,I ffl? . , ' -'Vi .L . PM in .fig l'lIil.liN l.OUlSEAlOI1NS0N BILATRICE IQICLL lssl' Popular Grove, lll. Powers, Mich. ,ffl Two Ynzr Primary C07Il7I'Lc"7'C'1'!LI Couzzwf Nlfl .fu V - ,. ., . . 3.1, . Cozuxrr lhespian Dramatic Wil 51, Prmmry Club 1, 25 Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Royal f' flu Choral Club 25 Band Purple Reporter 2, 45 ' Cf.. 1 2. Commercial Club . 5 L 7 3 -I lil Glue Club I, 2, W. A. yw-513. A. I. 2, 3. Treasurer 3g lip' Minneiska Staff 45 Wes- P' lcy Foundation 1, 2, 3. lg 'frezisurer 25 Delta Psi ,zu Omega 2, 3. 4. fir? lr fl lim vlouxsox KATHRYN Keuocc Capron, lll. Milwaukee, lVis. jznizbr High Srlmul Crnmzzerrial C01ll'.J'L' 1+-, Cflllfff Alpha Sigma 2. 3, 45 'gf4 XV. IX. A. 1. 2, Choral Commercial Club 2. 4g - ein. IQ 'Vrcbal Cid 2, W. A. A. Ig Y. W. C. A. linncl 1, 2' unior lli 'li 2' Roval Pur le Stall' ' Q ' ..l N . . L , . P 4, V2 fl, Club 1, 2. Band I. -4 ' l,.',l:'l iff i " Q55 M4 lag! lrji llig gm , , lilsl Nlmuia karma Dox IULKENNY im E-L51 Cranclon, YVES. Delzivan, Vlfis. Two Yrnr Prmznrv lllfffz Srhool Tmfkffxr ill: 1 , - 6 si.. V lj: C.our.fr Courff im Primary Club 1, 23 Mercier 1, 2, 3, 4.5 f-flf Q3-If Tliespian Dramatic Royal Purple Staff 4. gffffl Club 2. P. -. f-.fm ,uf .ul ,gif Pl! im? ik' ll All l"l'l"f 'Hi lsr. l'iIJNA XIARY K.ARClll'1R COliA IYLINNEAR 1221, Zcnda, YVis. V Florence, W'is. 3,15 F51 uuior llivh Srhool C'o11zmr'rrial Coznzrz' lj? ,f-J V 0 , . fum ,lm Courff l ransferrecl from Car- 2211 C94 ll7. A. A. I 2' Junior roll College. l"::5l v f x ' v . .- Eff High Club 2. firlfl .ggi EDWIN ,losl-:PH IQINZER EEE, U Beloit, Wis. 9:5 SIM U1 li Sflwal Tmrliffnr f,f pn g F .. .4 .fig .0'z4r.r.v KTA guy Basketball 2. 3. .pg Tennis 1, 2, 35 State , . 'lleachcrs Colle 'es Dou- :Ai lx Q I S l , rl 'Um u Y blcs Chalnipionship 2, 35 NT lid l'.izwiN lXljITllLEY btate Singles Champ- lg' W1 Pallnyra, NVis. lOllSllll3 :Lg HW" Club Cm1111n'1'r1'al CUlIl'.l'l' 2, 4g Secretary of 1,21 Senior Class, Minneislca Stall 3. 45 Royal Purple 5 Q ,Ml Staff 2, 3, 4, Business - ,55 Manager 25 Prom Com- ,311 'HQ mittee 2, 3, Guilders lr' 2. 33 Tennis Club IQ ri, ru Y. M. C. A. 4, mc..- lp HQ President 45 Science M, Club 4. 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Cimmxgntge 35 Xlinnef 5151.5 is cn ta 4. 5 99 lfryl lflii :srl ,louN lrlllill lNlRLlEGER lllli Qfl lllausau, XVis. .fl C0m1m'1'f1'al Cnzzmrv K ll' Cvlee Club I, 25 Nlcrfs ,' fm, Chorus, Deputy Dircc- EINAR rl- lfARj0N fl I-5252: tor 43 Football 1, 25 ylfashbulrn, Wis. Track 1, 23 "VV" Club C0'lIL?7l67'C'Zd1lC0'LH'J'L' X ll:5 1, 2, 3, 45 Commercial Oratory lg Basket- 'All 571 Club 2, 3, .1..Pl'CSlLlCl'1I 35 ball ly 39 GIGS Club 'ijT: Royal Purple SLal"f 3, 4, 2, 3, 4, Presiclent 3, if vfifjil Editor-in-Chief 45 Pil- Secretary 25 Commcr- ' 127-il grim Fellowship l. 2. 35 cial Club 1, 2, 3, 45 lilibl Vice-President I, Presi- Forensic League I, 2. Cgllqg dent 25 Xlinnciska Stall ' 3, 4.f, Bujjmess lglzgiagcr M521 rv." 45 resi ent o . emor '-vi Classy Charter Member ffl of Collegiate Branch of XIERVIN Lmcsox ,ljlfl N. S. P. ,-X.5 Sigma Tau Rio. lVis. iff lfigl Delta. fj0l7I7lIA'I'4'I.6lf Courff if " Commercial Club I, h"IA1zGUr5iu'1'1: KUITALK 2. 3, 4. Secretary land ,gl Antioch, lll. Treasurer 35 hfliimeiska 'fyg -5531, juniarpfligll Srlzool Stall' 4.. Jin -51 . 0 u rxf - ,gl 'gif ,g.1, 5 'ffl 'fQfl 541-1 Hi: EW frail' 57-ll .Ljxl 'Q GERALD E. Kvijr: N VELV5 Lmlruuw W l'l1I'CWZ1'ICl', Wis. Port :XElilI'lSOIl., Wis. wifi Fi ll CO7!lT1IL'I'F1.Hl Courrf I run l far Przmary Lil li Comm c rc 1 zi l Club I , Cll1lf.1'A' I H15 2, 3, 4.5 Tennis 3, 4,5 Treble Clef I5 Prim- lfffl Pilgrim Fellowship 1, 2. .ary Club 1, 2. lags! H lil 'Qui VT! Va" Clif -glyl 'Fifi at? Ml 515571 VENJ ,"'!z iii!! l 'ff ' llrgl :SS ' :filly fig . ---- - '--- -.---Q . ...- -- -.-.....-- -:- -h'I."...Z'.'., 1: -1ii1iil,iTl,,ig, , 5 . - -V -- -T-1--N W - ----,-7.72-.fn - .-, ...,-,Y..- ..,, ,i ..A-'.,.- 2 7-.. ,. ... Y C.. . 2 ,.7,,..-.,2-x-r... 2.-.. 2.2 -V if. .,-.. F72 Vx- f- f 1 5 1 i -I 5 in Us . , Cr- 1- .Wu . 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Fl-URENCE NIAUERWANN lligfl Srlzool Tr'l1t'lIr'l'.1' BI'Qdl1CQCl. XVIS. C-avril, junior High Srlwol .Xlplm Sigma I. 2, 1 COIN'-ff U I-M 3, 4, ygcc,p,-Cmdcm 3, +5 '1 liespwtan Draqmatic ,ivy Royal Purple Reporter Club 39 Q0aCh Of lf-lifhtll fig Lxfyl is T,-eblc CIC-f 1, 3, 35 Grade Dramatic Club Quartette 21 Dominant 39 CIQOYQI Clllb 35 lvcs- by lil Seven 35 Prom Com- ley Ppundation 35 jun- - mittee 2. 35 Sigma Tau 101' Hlgh Cl'-lb jiflifflfls' lil Delta 3, 4, P,-Cgidgm 45 ferrerl from ljniversify gig, M Nlinneislca Stall 3. 4. 0fW1SCOnSin. 526 ltclnot-m-Cluef 4. l.UCII,Lli MCKEAND Vx 1,UCy.Mm'121t I Fort Atkinson, VVis. ILQVF 1lEkIl1S0U-, lVlS- iii gl? lligh Sf-Ima! Tmrlw lwv lkqar Pf'wmfy ffl Courff' 'OVZUI-U' 7 -sxlplm Sigma I, 3, Primary Club It 2. T35 3, 4. Vice-President 2, 'l ai Llij Secretary 45 Royal'Pur- QE' liffjl plc Reporter 35 Orch- 55,235 astra 2, 45 Glce Club 21 lfffi Treble Clcf 35 Dominant up Seven 35 Prom Com- I 5 ,Q mittee 2, 35 Minneislca WH 3' l0t.YN NItt.L151t ljfyl Sharon, W'is. :LHQ R111-11 QXNNA ,NIIAAS Thfft' VNU' Prilllafjl gill livztnsville, Wis. I COW-fl' Iliff lf? j-xuzior High Sr..ool Primary Club 2, 35 Cyum' Band I,. 2, 25 Pilgrim MA Cytfvtlegl ,y is W, gi Fellowship 1, 2, 3. fu 1. .1 . ounci 1, 25 ,tj ljgilf! junior High Club 2. ilrnl ' la ll '-Ql "vii . '. .-,ew yvg- , Atustfrus Mo1.tNEAU:. VL Liao NlANlf-JN NVolverinc, Mich. ' ,PT OrCkl0u. Wis. C07IlTI1L"I'L'1i!ll Couryf klx C'um1nz'rc'1a1 Coumf Commercial Club 45 I ' My Baflcetball 2, 3. 45 'l'rausferred from Ferris Eli AIICVCICI' I, 2, 3, 4, Institute, Big Rapids, LQ lfice-President 45 Com- Michigan. mercial Club I. 1-l lf - rl lj Nr' gig im :iw . til TIM q....i....'lfa -'L'-'..:.11fL:4gfJ:Lx:f' .,,. , er- "-.-."""g:f.........4.-..." - ' '- .-:FLW4L.2i:1r2li..Lw1'..'f"..""':f...'f .-:z:w.:f.:'T lF?75Q5lKEiliglfittu'75tA Uftffemr fiTram'is-ifrximivfiyrtf' -fl' 'N X K fhvllk K 1"v'4x folk 'kk tffxkx --ffifis, Jak 2- K H-VR ,MCP?QJ"H,-'Li-.lQg7Qei2-. fl'J'f'2-. ,Mifik wan I V' . 1 . l L -'- -.H f. fx 2, , ,.... 2, A L ff' .- K., f , .2 lr , -3 3 .'..,j. 414.1 'iff ' fy. Y-.,,Vf-N I h'- fn., Cf . . V , A 2, .'. A In .2 A .-31'..Y-F I.-,Q Q, 'xyaff' 53, ,Ji N .-. , e .. - ,,-7. i , Lvl l'.'rT,x AIORRISSICY CL11-'TON Omnom. 131.1 J' XVl1llCVVZlYCI', XVis. Palmyra, Wis. all C:fIl7INH'I'L'1'lIf Courn' CO7?llI1Fl't'lA!lf Couzzff Commercial Club IQ Football 2, 3, 43 LAY" Treble Clcf 2, 3. Club 2, 3. 45 Track 3. 'A W, Y, - jf: K..- -Va, .QA N. wig. ix, ffl Sgr P frgij Lii Qi W . u' 4 4 W . , if LLQNA A. AIORRISSEY ALBA OTT 1 Whitewater, Wis. New Glarus, Wis. ,L ,TI lligh School 7'l'HL'lLi'I'.f Commercial Coulzff 7 Q Cnzzrfa 7 Y. ' Wh C. A.. I, lg Nj lreble Clef 1, 2, 3g X. W. C. A. Cabinet ZQ 5, tl lg, W. A. A. I, 2. 35 W. 5. Commercial Club 1, 2, if 5, -1 -w .' ,- 7-.1 "uf, Cr. A. Council 3, 4.4 3, 4. f. Vice-President 45 Sigma .2213 Il' 'I r 1 'x ' N, Ml RQ! l au Delta 4, Secretary- if-Q.: FTM 'lircasurer 4.. jjj la? . Fill lllgi lom Nucl-:NT DOIRABELLE PANDOW 4'-ll lfnion Grove. VVIS. Monroe, W'is. fggjf iff? ,lzmmr lliglz Srhoul junior High School -,TH lux' w .N-4 . 453, L n znzw' C014 rn' tfyi lloekey EQ VV. A. A. Choral Club 25-llllllfbl' rgifi Qi-if 25 Mercier 2g Trans- High Club 2g Pilgrim ferrcel from Racine Co. Fellowship ZQ Trans- .,W, Normal School. f..:'r--d from Green Co. lg! Normal School. 955.4 "rr-I iff:- LLX: .. l lr-z prr, .fm V'-fi iilihg . 'Qifi il 257. . ,li W liisirriucnz OLSON LUCILLE B. PARRISH IEE' Lake Klills. lVis. WVhitewater, XVis. kj 73:00 Year Prilnnry Two Yfar Privnrzrg' - . A. 'f C0'lU'J'f' ,f C ou rf. H16 E Primary Club I, 23 Pri -.iary Club I, 25 S213 . . . . ni' lreble Clcl I. Choral Club Ig rlreble QL' 'dl Cleef 2. 1' civil llill . . lf' ,. - A , 1. mf fi' .. VV! j . Y l .. l ll 51.EN NIARIE Ougsox NIARION PATTIQE palmy,-a, yvis. lion Atkinson., AVIS. 5521 Two Yfar Primary I wo Yrav' P1'H1111ry li ., Cgulgru . C0-u1'.u' ll " Primary Club I, 23 Pvlmllry Club I. 2- 'Vhespian Dramatic Club 1, 2, Secretary IQ lhfii Alpha Sigma Phi 2Q Delta Psi Omega 2, Head Usher 2. ' l '79 .Ml 'i C, '. lbw Q51 T' Sl ' y lm ' fftl , 2. ill.. 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COIHllIr'l'!'f1ll CUll7'.fr' 1900 l QU' PVWIWLV 1,3 W. ,x. A. 1, 2. 1. 4 CW'-ff iw y-- ,, -- J - '- ' P .' , . , Cl b ,, v-52 ,BWI Vzcc-l I'CSlClCHl 3g Cum- N Hmflly ll I- -5 QL-if mcrclzll Club I, .Ig Alpha .I Vcbleiclfff I- 2'-5 Dom' .3572 Sigma phi 2' 3' 45 ment haven 1. 2. kill J.. ' - Ulf' 3343. -luuuu I mm Cmunut- LA, :uf .CC .I I: 1 - 45 ,f . , 1 "5" IF' lljl lil. E15 fill uf!! I 2A Fifi ,gal l',x',x1.IN1: l'ou'r'l-:R LAURA A- ROBBINS ,f ' 7 . .. , , " , ,I QQJ ll luluwutcr, WIS. I Dclfflallvjwlb- My Tm, l'r1H' l,l'l'lII!ll'j' fffw lfm' 1f'H11f1f1' ljff Cn Illifr' n C0 'U'-'Z' PES C1-xy, PI'lIIlEll'y Club 2. Em ll J Il-ll ff? lflfl 5 gl Ria ,mf if 1 Us' ill 531 :fm ggi fam ' T44 , . ' QQ W1I.I.AIur l'.DX'VAllIJ PYNN .WAN ROSHOVF. ' Wg I-lm-Llaml' VVQS, Oconornnyvocl WIS. V -Ni Commrrrial C:fl'll7',fl' C0"17'1Wfff" CGW'-"f' lg-' K :fl Debate I' 2, -3, 45 Alpllzl Sxigma I. 2, W Foolbzlll 1. 35 Com- 3, 43 Nllmlmskfl Stag 4- I , VJ' mc1'cl'Il Club I 2, . N l lei ' ' 4 4+ W- l 4 I If I, ' A 1 1 Q A ,Tn rg EMMA QUALE luaNNE'rII XV. Igownz Nl Xlouclnvi, Wls. .PalmY"a, YVIS- 'si le fzuzim' lliyh Salma! 111211 Sgflol Yfflfhff-f QQ-be x Iffmm- 'OHV-ff' fr Prom Queen 19315 1 Banfl lvl- 2- 1.3, 4, , I 'liI'i1I1Sl'CI'I'CLl from luau 1'Q"Cll5'C5 9-Swpfom Com' 'ly l Clalrc'l'eacl1crs College. P11996 35 fflee Club 7-5 , , Q, lraclc 3. I 5 M I ff Q ff ga , f I '- Q? wg U A I-15 im E14 ' I2- . " 1 2, 2 5. ggi.'::tr::'..i':':-:'rrLx:i1'rmass.::::1.2:1:::.qffzr. If-ii-, 'P v:'::a1v.:tf1: 5i1f1:.'rm':3:":Q:fliL1:zt?.'3':f51r."'T:.'w5fffS'f?: "sg '-T2 . I '1 ""1c"'r' 1,2 ?rr"f9??'Yf:m:f . x'If' ' Tli- fI1"'1'F",.'if1'?ig"'I1."f'af':p1'fk"'f "N, ""1::I"""' '?:'N"'gv"r:1""'P' '1:3ff'i'1E':7h'5.'1"'Cf'7' 'tf"'l7,f""" ,ifllxilj KK V Jllliljj Lfll Ilia '-J U ml 'J WSI 'mf lwglij -lllfv 'J el! 'IJ 1? ll. Lil XJ ll-ll ,QNX Ujwll, '-7 .lf'1HB, V 5i"I"?lfifl"Llk ,,.fXP"-. 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Chg- 'Wai -4 Chespi- A, I 6 plan DfCs1dent 1211 Club X211 i slub an D- -, 3 1 Del ram , 45 Tl A My L 1 S g r-1 ' 4 ta P . HUC lc, ,, NR- Liaff 'Q' 45 Xlf 'Hilti ' S1 O Club ' l I -Q ' lnnex C nigga - 4,3 - C Q- cm, ---1-rcs-5-ka +. -L,- V . 5,1 llqil 2. Cn Q. y N! gi! I, 2, 3. s 3 , Xvt w,LfA SIA LD . , hlte Ipgo v kfn gi I-100 Ygvatfir -af pt. --S. g va R V-P"imag01"'f1j mmm' X-'QW UTM Q , lCe'Pre 1 Club tiff. - .- L1 .. aw S1d 1 n 1gChlCg1gg'1E5TER frdmciub 2-CIF of 23 1 I r '. ., . , 3 ra X lm- L k' . f PI4ln71!1arv C . Ill-11 L. IRON W haf . Vx.-f kg? lfchlclgl? Clggr-'F Ill. n1VefSihfaQ? Nlfi- ijt cf 1' 1, Zi .,1 ol-mal ggi! 'qi' F52 Y- f I my ? ai' It Riclllgiirfv SIP? ' ' 1 - - ' Y Ks. H, SCH I1zgl1Scl1E319?l'. W. NF ll"8111g3vatCr Wi-GER W S Com-.-. f"f"'frls' F5155 1 2 1. 4, ' -C r' :sf 29,4 ra, Clif Cuulfhf-Spill' A- Cm . 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'ima ' f I Um Iliff '31 'T 55:53, f Zlry Club -..V LE I JA-.E v 2. - 1.:,.:ar-aim-mgzud : ,qk KVVV i PT!4x:T4i, "fur, Aw K U '-:51"'- A .av F5-e -fx! 5-:Ling ' 15-SM 'x ,-. 52- I .r'- I -- ' I 's ...J ..5 I f, -N 5 '-I 'N I ' . ' . 'F' rx -' 'N .'N,.-Y' , I ,, ,.,,n.,5-.1 N ,, ., ,J-Nr., N In V 4 V A ,A Y ' .- -. ', ,- - 5- ,. X . .. . , ,,, ,I , , . 4 . ..4, ., 4,24 4 I. 4,4 my, 4,XX.xJ' , ,.... .. . I .- , ,V 5'-uf ' -IA-.L..4 -- . ,..,4-, 4, 2, -4 . . ..,,:v,...a.,LT I. . .Q K It ,I . ,, l's?!l ffl g'- ,U 2,2 IQ? iirj .IRAN li. SWAN ELIGIENIA SXVECXIAN ffl? lj: Stouglitmu, Wig. Janesville, ll'is. Two lrar 1,l'1HIfl7'j' Two Year Przinzzzry 43-5 151112 Cn u rn' C 0 urn' lfii Tlrespian I. 25 'llreble IQI Clef IQ Mercier I. 25 H34 bf-T Prirriary Club I, 2. may QQ ilr J Ugnii i ., Q 'Cf f IM sill llvill 'XIAIIY SWAN IDONOVAN 'I',xIf'r Wliitewaler, Wis. llfliitewater, Wis. Two lrnr lJI'1.71lIll'j' High Srlzool Trzlrf1rr.f I-Hifi 31 Ti Cv Il ruff Co urn' Primzlry Club I, 2. n' A I" 4 :W 'G I ff Km Vik liz? WILIIIIII D. SWAN fi", Wliitewaucr, Wis. .RQ fllllliffl' flfgfz Srfmu! E431 Cuzcrxf' 5514 KATIIEIQINIQ 'l'lCli Mil ffl: Whitewater. Wis. 7I-.f'I V . M 4 ,I ,, 4 , l',,i I hrfr' Yfar Primary 'QYQIVAI' lf.. Co 1H'.l'l' iff? A' V34 Tlwspiau Dramatic llll QQ, Club I, 2, 35 W. A. A. lgfij I. 24 Delta Psi Omega 35 fx Glen: Club lj Treble Mil Clef 2g Primary Club 3. Q55 , . r'I 'ffl 1 I I I if l4.4m4:l Xlfuw SlVAll'l'llOU'l' RVTA A. 'l"mm liif itll l"ull River. Wis. Footville. lVis. ,Q Cf17l17llt'I'1'I.t11 CfJ'lU'.l'1' l:077l7l1f'I'l'1.!ll Cozuzrz' lkypff I.. W. A. ix. I, 2, 3, 4. Treble Clef 1, 1, 3, 45 gil wb Commercial Club I, 2, VV. A. A. lj 'Vhespian wil 3, 4, President 45 Royal I, 25 Band I, lj Com- 53124 'QQ Purple Stall 3, 45 Alpha mercial Club 4. 5I9l,54 Sigma Phi 45 Klinnciska gjfgj, Stall' 4. l-.1 fi? " 'YYY l' -Q I IILENI3 MEUR rllRYON lllwl l'lI.IzAIsIz'rII SwARTHoI"r Fort Atkinson, Wis. ilgl l' ' II 2 . ,. . 4, - l'all River, XVIS. Thrrf Yam' Przmary lffg junior lligh Srhcwl Courfr kill CoI1r.w Alpha Sigma I, 2, 3, W. A. JK. 25 -luuior Vice-President lg Glee qini F33 High Club 2. glubxl, 26 Mercicrxig 25 155.34 5341, I . i. I. 2, 'ilCC- I ill President 23 Storv .. - 2 'pd Tellcrs League 25 Bas- wil! :iii ketball lg Primary Club kj 'QW 35 Treble Clef 3. M7 lvl E4 lp? F-'Tu gQl:fJ'Li'.'-.1-:iIH2.w..1r.:g:sz' L l'lTQl.i'L-. 412211.rzfilrgiiifziz-i:::f i. Fw- . V . f-r- arm? frpiv 'gvfwrq-if 71 Q..T"Y'P i. , 4,5 ,Q ,ez-lf" fT..:ff1wj'5:f-WE-ggi' icq.'jiggiI5k"'1,.i7'f'1:v"L ' 'X -It J lr 'M A' Ili-flw 'M 'W ffm. I W.. I JF? I N' l"f .2 If I 1 ll l If .7 . l If M. QJ 1.15. I 'Y L I 21.22 'J,fQbS'2fLi:,fwI.rL!.M.f,f..Lif.f d,fl'.i.ffi.v.l-....-fuimui. ,fibiilfbk Jw... 2--anim. wk va l'f1.s11-: YELDIIUIZICN Bcloil, W'is. 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Q-if ward to obtaining the fullest measure from the valuable days remaining. 11 l. l . . . . I The juniors have been well represented in every form of curricular and extra- glfg Curricular activity and in every organized campus society. Their athletes. curators, clebaters, and scholars have contributed their share to the ever-increasing fame of their Alma hflater. v '-lik' , . . . . . 355 Their last year at xVl11tCWE1tCI' Wlll be profitably spent in furthering the ideals L1 lfff . . . . . . . . . . . iw' 3.95 and aims of the atlmlnlstration and in continuing to aid in a more firm establish- G! Q31 ment of the Well-known W. S. T. C. spirit. 9 Kill' sill ' nfl E!! karl , Val wil -i 1 Ur,-:lvl ' iffl ikffgf Q 'gf 51114 -is - "?ZW"Ff TT'NiwT'fiW7F1'-?.52'31j"i'H"'i'? "y5"'1L1f'151jfkav'"-Zi'54F"7-'Q' v.iffi-'1,","'., T' fr"-2 's.i:1zjg"cQifri:'Tf','-31-71-yrs: 'vw ff rm? x N. .: ,,Hy,-3 1 Y, ,I 'ix X 1 A, V ..g -,-,f ., ,f ,J,1..ix, 5231, T - . 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My 51:1 l,IzsI,IIa COLLINS. iff: limimn Row--VI-:IINII CuI,I,1Ns, Dmus Coxuusu., OLIVE CREIKAR, JEIIIIY CIIONIN. DONAl.D DOPKE OWEN I'fDxIUxrzs. M . ,J l "A If.. lj QQ? ffl ,lf elf" wif ,359 'ZIP fm? IEE! 1 IM J U Iv I 0 R S V 3 L3-Q Q13 V114 gli' I-wh :- III iii! .fi g"Tf'!' im 'WLS Lf M1 55? 'VN ','.,f'v f"Y Lai! IM rw., I Q 'IW I i4 Q1 Q " IW Il? Ei II QM IM if? QI? If: K + qc? P3 E3 M. V5 751 'H 1 ' H ,. , , I, , glfgq lop Row-.IOIIN ILWING, GIQNIQVIIEVIA: PARNHAM, NIARY I'I2ATHEI1sToNIs, NIILDRED FIIIENG, RAY GLYNN. Ik 1 1f0ll0771 ROZU'.'xlJlil.li CZODLIESKY, CLAIIIE HANSON, PIAZEI. PIEIN, VIIQINNA PIEINO, BEIINICII PIENSEL, RAY Hoops. ,F ' I M. I' if-I P, wry: 'pw' Hs IM LWN kj 47 Ig I ri' 'I fi? 5:5-N ---T -I-w-nf mm J 1' I-719. 1'--'Ly-,,.. Tlswnwwnwv-Im 17-'v"1vw,a-5: 3,--fm-rr'-1v'f---w uyff.4.fI.f f- iW----- ,flf32a,f42dws,f4yl7JI.wIf,I1EQfl5li9JJcQ4E47. L.-aff IIEM-JIiQf,If1,wJf,II.,-JLELQAI if-QEQSQQMQ J grxfguq Q5 N 1 9 22 S3 gym ,K- , 1 N , ,r N. 1'-. 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' ,- G "'-LL.:.,.' f"'g1x:"'w1.1'1 SGPHOMORES l l EQNQ Qfllr V -fr, .r - - ' ' ,QL -'H - , V' ' e, yf , 4' , N gf W 'Rl e X ue YI' if 'l"1' l?l Le ' itflllllllwlhff 1s1, ?QiL msn, i - YH-H114 Y f' ff auv:1u:..vaA- 11'-r--Arr:-1-n.li' : "- ,Q,E T :au Q?i,-QTBTSMIW, A, rg.-3T.kfef.?.' ,2E:v,15 it i rl tf c 4 A' 3 i s , ,' 1 i .l - ,l l 1. - LAMB11: VVINTERS lWfj his I fill W CLASS OF 1934 li its . A l OFFICERS ' W LYLE ACKSON CVVithdraWnl . Preyident l 2 I N i ROBERT LAMBIE . . . Vice-Prefident Y 1 A LORRAINE WINTERS . . Szcrztary-Treafurer ,A A , A l The Sophomore class has played an important part in the school life of VVhite- l water State Teachers College. Each member has heartily supported all school I activities. The class has been Well represented in football, basketball, track, Wg band, forensics, glee clubs, and other extra-curricular endeavor. ld' fl' an ra. f ' 1. l E 'rv . . Q Our hope is that the class of ,34 will continue to follow the road to future fame and success. K , XVILLIAM II l RICRER , 1 . l 1 l 1 l l I ll a' i K QM ' .if i 3 1 mi 2 'v A V, i 5 .Q, Q . . ef? HA' Q. 1 l M - -J , . 4 , f ' .,. T: ', Q .-'.. . ,, . fr '4-' 1 x,.,'. ,4,, i in .,,, ..,,.4--,Ag ,-., -,M,,,,,,, Y, 7-.Y-yt.. -:Y l 1 J -u'fww'w'u'm'w-IA w'u'u'M'wus e 1 1 1 C'OMMER.CIAL SOPHOMORES 1 I 1 1 1 1 Top Row--IlU'1'c11lNs0N, Klovsn. SClILYE'I"I', OIKLICKY, SMITH, IQUCIREK, DIGGINS, XVALTIER, NETZEL, rI.lIUMl'SUN, IDRAYIQS, XIcI"Aru.ANE, BROWN, IBARNEY, SCIiRliMP, SIMON, .lXlI'I'Z, Nloruus, GORDON, Powrl-:lu-'1li1.In, Slavlinsox. Sm-n11d R11fz.'-lhmlacslclc, Doscn, BROWN, 'I'lg1xw1:lmow BENTLIQY POLLOCK. MARKS. Iiv151u'1Al1DT I, li 7 V lr 3 7 , 7 1 fxlmslcw, 'UAS'I', IIIILI. XESTOL. lfrlilnm Rau"-Gx1:'l"rlc1.xxAN, lirarru, Coxnox, Kloxuussl-:Y. NVILDA, ROSSMIILIZIL, Dmms, KINIJSVOGEL, BVRNS. Alouxsox, 'l'URNliR, Nolvrox. . Y '1 r 1 1 'W 1 H. 5. F. bOPHOlVIOR1Lb I , W , , . 5 1 . 1 1 1 3 1 , A 1 I 1 2 1 1 . A 1 i 1 Ii L 1 Tap lfucv-.'XNv1-:14soN, Po1.1.ocx, CA1.K1NS. 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' K ' 'Zi--Z -5 LMLETE : ' - 1, ,QHASSIS UGREASINGl bl r.?1.'h'.ff',"' - 1 ' XXXIKGCA. LUX fjfeif XvXcxvYxc3gk'-:V Qxqxuh yi .32 Q 3. "'7FQI1L1"..ZE-"F7'5'7'77f"IfIEfl'F""fT17'?""'C""'"""'T""""lf':lT7?7""f1'TIF'331371117'7'Zf"I'i',ffET'J?:'T'fLfZ,Z2T'.EYT'E"fIf,'f'1'2L. Q-g...,,.m.-. .. -... 'www wif- f -1 +A '- A wr- - ffl f+ff.1f2?sf-mf -f 1- ef+1'f5112-x W' M' W M1 v' W. U Wfyw !y1.ERf' f sl 5. :UM 1.7 M K7 ,milv ftfwm HJ Zfmk L' gg Lf'.g3'ia -.w x ,- Rfk.. ..-f-'s,"'1-., ,.fx,A., -'Q'-Nufxgu ,fx,r,-"M ,wg -1, ,nf-,,A'-gl ,fy--K ,!X,.' Jvxfvk ,zxfhfx ,. ,f-E ,A xhf-R .W i W Rfk I ,., w-' WI Ir L. fp 'xx 1 W n Vi fisi U: Y W4 yt. v . 12, -w ,HW FRESHMEN 'il .xi All v 1 1 5' C' N ip till. 'Z .w " I -'55 :Qc 4 as e-V if., 1:1 Us 1 x, f 1 - ,f 'Q - 'I rx, TMQEi?7fs'm1?'f:3z2KQWfQh'1i?ft,:,-...ew llllllllfe ief-U55 ,.11Q,1s'1..- xif5'gh3fQ3QLQf5.QfQTfFd.75i5.,l5Zif5lffL W -,F A V Q 3-W QQ, , . - vZ,li-,Ti 0 X , I 'Vi 175 ' rel rim- P. .I F S' A ai Q1 Mg iii? P21 Q93 SCHULTZ SHARKEY NIADSEN ,Wil is :lf till CLASS OF 1935 531 OFFICERS IQERMIT SCHULTZ . Preridem lin QM- N525 rig UQ NIELVIN SI-IARKEY . Vice-Preyidenr M T4 ALVIN NIADSEN Secretary-Treasurer ef gf! 1.-Iii 252 On Sept. 15, 1931, one of the finest and largest Freshmen Classes enrolled at the Vlfhitewater State Teachers' College. This began a new era for many of us, and the result was that many people FQ? came forth with real ability proving their worth as future students. 553 .54 . . . . . lvl gm This class contributed many fine athletes, leaders, and people of ability in T s ecial fields. . FQ if P . ,, . 1-. Ai Their "All College Party was one of the social events of the season. MQ This group is like one large family, all for one, and one for all. So beware, upper-classmen, as We are out to accomplish great things. 1' "Ji L '-134 v 'N "5 . lL-Q5 T4 Q T wi Kiel Qi: 1 il 5 l 'y ' ld lei 1 4 7 5 11 iq NIR. FISCHER J' E 54 . . ' "L-f-v-Rv-.".'fP . ., ,. .,,-, - Y.-f -.., , -.-Q' .41 V -5,-f 5 f . '--- 1-uw, .--'fr-.fn ,-:v-.-,-.-f-1-- - .1 Q---en..-.:,.-..: . .1-.1-.11--,,i-- f-. 1- -. ,-:gl qt.--Q--- 3. 4+ 5 Us .l r -dr M 4' , JW . Q- - 1- f- -Afi- UOMMERCIAL FRESHMEN Top Rucu4l,rw1-11.ANn, Hxfzss, BORQXVAILDT, SHARF, STOBIE, STRAUS, GREEN, IQIESTOL, AICGILI., Luis, I.xNIlliRXK'0OlJ. PlI1l.I,.IPS, I"lv1m1-LMANN, EXIUNDT, CA1aPr5N'r15R, BIICSNIIER, PONYICSANGI. Srrmm' RlJCL'4HliI.D'I', LIRQUPIART. W11vno1'sK1, V11aN,- KNox. KENAN, BUNN, Wxssrmxrs, THOMAS. SNIilil-IRR. PARKER, Sowus, K1.1a:uPK1z IDOHERTY. M XXXVIQLL Pmacla Elucxsox Bussm' SEVER- Axcxc, -IUIIR. Y'l11'nI Ruff'-llAcx1a'1"l'. YOUNG. XVILDA, PIPPEL, NIILLER, Bocumz, NINEDORF, ROCKSTROII, S'l'LImfE1.I.. Scluv1.'1'ma, Rowi-1, IDIETZ, l'5AUA1GAR'rN1z11, W'11,1.1AMs. Roma, SPONEM, S'l'kJx'1'SMAN, Hxzss, FLOIUN, Glusx-:xuA1.f:u, Srrovxi. HAuu1a11.sc1u1.n, Mon., Lmzsox, CHASE. Fourllz Rmv'-Pooclx, CJRREIN. VIEANTY, PIKE. W'11iD1sNx1or'T, DIESING, XVANGEN, BAUER. I-IEINZ. HUM' Mlillllllili, RAl'I'lHiI., BIQNT. XV,xN1JsC1'lx1zuusR, I-IOWARD, Essocx, PLUM, CLAIUUZ. AICNI'l"1',xNAGNIiR, XIYK1.lcm'. Nolalmwlu, Pl'I'l'lillSON, Gu.L12'rTE, HARVEY, AIEISELXVITZ, CRISMAN, KENNEDY. lfmlfmz Rmv-Iinucns, KRICNINKI, Sxvnxaxa, I'IOIIENSTEN, M1aLs'r121z, I-Ilamz, I'lIiYRMAN. B1sRTAcNo1,1, 1 , 1 - J 5 1 1 Smuaw. IIANDI-lli, NICKICEVPIIL. SCHULTZ Hxuuus IXIADSON, I,1sFEvr:lu2, IJELENI5 'I'AnoRsxY, I r v i , , , I.IXlJlI0l.M, STISIN, AIRATII, Xowrcxx, SCHULTZ, ALIEN, N K1 W W 'Y 1 'I T H b.'1.1+Rh,SHMIuk Twp Ruff'--Wlllma, SHANNGN, 'l'1m:m's0N, NI11.L,15R I'oo'rxz, ARNOLIJ, AIICIIIELS, I'l0I-IENSTEN, PRONOLD. , Swann! Rfm--Ii0n1.s. I,r1iN, HAIIN, Rrirmv, SCI-11.lzY, RoE'r11AL, DAX'IlJSON, Iwusx. SCHOENICK. 7'l11'nl RIlCl"-FIUEIQIXIAN, SAHIN, CAIN, NIU!iI.I.IiR, IJIXON, XVILSON, TLITTON, I"ousY'1'n1e, CnAF1f1N, IANA com. 1301111111 RufufI'1l':lugl-:. ICMSIIOFI-' Krxzrck, S'ru11Tr:vAN'1'. Tuomvsox, SCIIATZ, lixwlsumz, Rllnrslswmf. , Buzmmv, Smm1a1uf1cx.n, Cuxsrumla. 5 5 ' w PRIMARY FRESHMILN UL", . ' A75 5. A Q Top R0'5U?IiLET'l', Klrzulsxzslz, K1'r'rLI:sON, GRUHN, CLAYBOUGH, B. M1-twins, EVESTPIIAL, I"IiA'I'HIiRS'I'0NE, Srmml RCbTLYfGIlL1llIill, If:l.l.SXVORTl'I, PIIELPS. OWENS, A. LANGER. BEAIUJSLEY. RODENBOUGL1. PLETERSON. Tlzira' R020-xlENliXVlilN, Rumi, YA1.x4:, GA1.1,AGHER, Ewms, ELMER, NIONKA, 'I'1v..w'm1AN. KLYGLITCH. NIILLAIUJ. Fourth Row-GRAHAM, LAKE, l'IOl.1.1s'rrc11, GAGNON, SAROl2N'r, BANK, XIINCENT, IAUIBEMAN, HOOK. Bofmm Row-A. .'XNmaRsON, l"OR'I'UNA, GAFFNEY, CzmMB12Rr.AIN, Loombzu, XEENAAS, HILL, HULL, IIAHN, B1-zluzlc. INTERMEDIATE FRESHMEN Top R0'EUiPliPPIiR, Sxllmoku. FAGAN, LOHNEIS, SCHUMAN, NIIQNSON. Rolmm Rnw-Glivun. OLSON, GRENZOW, Fnms, Hmvus. .-XY1.w,x1uu. 56 I! I i 1 . -,. ., , '. .-,, X - - .- .- .- .f--. s x 1 ff' L i., if "1 V.-.w ,N mi ,yf ,l . A ge: e , f ' - , g , ,LL A f ..: , 1 Tz1'::':it:L2.1jt.?e.11'..'n sf, ' Y ' 1 7575 v ' Hatha . ' -Ill lizlv L ' 'L-Q. lfj' ii Yi? 'v"- li? ll-.il 1:53 L, 2 rj,Qjf Vi, till ffl! Qin :iff Lil , V glli Xl s E ff wil r hw iffi hill? ffl liill nl"'l WUT' : E25 ,534 -Wi lf 3 Fa' , W 1 " grill L11 . , Nil , 1 Yup RUM-DAEVISCJN, SNYQER, 'l'uRN1aLL, IQINYON, SPLECHTEIL. PARKS, NEWMAN. . Svvfnml ROM-'bllEILMAN, Iiuusxs, BAILIW. UGLQW. -IAQUITH. Fkouticx. HAIKRION. Fhzrg R010-QQARNCROSS, Ru'r1,IN. Cimxsrr-:Ns1fN, XVIEBECK, MURN. XVILTON.. FREDRICK, CAMPBELL. Spa, TTENS. imusrs, lj lfourgf R0f0'1KIiAV'lCK. Srlcxzma. WALLING. NI.-XLONE, SELLNO, CHRISTENSEN, CLARRE, Rm-Rmi, IQYLE. 'itil YNOXVLTON, RECKNAGEL. ffl: Ju l?u11nm Row-Siivvffx, Scutoueu, RA'r1'1xmNN. Aixrtna, HOLDEN, PARKS, KLIPPIC. wVES'I'PIiALL. Comfiav. BlLANF0ll'l', 'll1lOMPSON. ,122 lt, rin li . RURAL COURSE fm M45 1,314 . ,,-3 Lzfgv , -, pg OI' I' ICERS git-Ll . flfl 'jf Fzrfl Sc'mmZer Second Se111e:ter ffm it if ' Y nigh 'A DUANE PARKS IJref1denzf . VIRGIE XVALLING Q57 lfkul llxjyf lXf'lARY l'IOLDEN lfzce-131-fndmx . ANITA JAQUITH Wi labs' ig:- fjjl' IEANNETTE Am-11,113 Sec:-mary FRANCES HARMON 'pig ' ffl HlIl,D,X IQLEPPE Treamrfr . HELEN rI1URNELL lui' ' 2f'Qfl l r',,:.l ' . . . . . . fall? 'Ihe Rural Division of our College is recognized as an integral part of our 5 activities. This year its fifty-six students, together with the Training School of Wi thirty-live children, have endeavored to meet the Objectives of teacher training gjij lu: - - - ,x . ,1 lnstitutions. 5,3-L, The extra-curricular activities are administered through its society-the Alpha Club, to which all the students are automatlcally members. ffvfjf L LA' :Hfijl R ,gt y 57 Liff?if' 'of i tmlif'm5fi?iiT555"77fTT V ,t '- .tl J. . f-'wtf f s .: p R ,, V.. I,-. 1 1 5 F 7 -A , V , , ., f 4 W w 1 ., 1 ,K-1 U, 1 . 1, ,. X , ,. -- 4 L 5 I , 1 , , ' -.A -.Q , . I . ,-. - , , -bg.: - ' f- -.,, ,.f , -. , .. .fr - . ' '01 .' ,, , 1 , ,V L-. X-A, N: ,4 V. a ,' ,.. , f.. -2 ,k.1..J. J -,.- ,x,,-.,.,,. ,,T,,,.,4L.,' ,...- ,.L-- .'iFL'E"27.E3.i . .,2,?, ' 'EPT' if bp ig 15.4 wa, F44 F. 41 , ,gl Ff' ' , . Ju A ,v y. .-.N ,..-, ,J M .M 1, V, I ,i , ' .'52i,.fgL'f i J' A ' , ' r -.+ X Cabbage HQLLLXS ' iii' QV? Wi -----Q-f Y' A - The 'Vhmmun X Y :M 5 +1 I up 'nw-' :.'1.- I' self : :n.x,,.Y - Qi uuxws V..- lv 5.v x .J, , v . 7' 5 , 1. Y ,, . X ,Q 1 'K Vit U1 1 ' THQ GG-rg9,S'Xe H. I if SUQWI PAK IQ!! ' 'fi F gm ""' - , 325,51 , -'kg E13 I ' 1,1174 3 ' A - K V .4 A . ' ' v f :X P4 .' -y u ' I XXQYXXXQYYXQYS UYELUC wxgb Bind. mms fgif , , ,J ,U lx 1 Eff Jw ',, ' 51155 ffl: 5111 , rim ,L-H US KK.-a w F l'-"Z.T. '7f-Tif:fZS'."l'f.7'..A."1L"Er',',TE f.1.:1'."'img-f? GT ??Le'f:'if Lf' if ""f'.2f f' -f-TER ff if 53, j.5VfMWfA7Ti-27l F0317T75-Yan?-373f'j7iT4z:f75 H'5T7T' ,Mf5+Q'ffi,- --k ,fmfx .ffw., fv fg,-x,Dk5" ,0i?q,iii1Sf,.-Aix1.-4'-i,.i,',-wixg-.f1fJ1Q74,5-Jf1,f' '1f,,51,ff-f1Cff'l.51S,M 15-2, f L. t 5' I . fa: fs: :aa -'-5 .- V, f.-.'.f.-v. - e--'H ,-- 17 '. ' "-".'.':.'.':' hu' .:': ' ""'f:tS:- :K ' , ,, . . ,. , 9:2-24'W'?".:g:::gq.. "'-E-:!515f:1Z1E15255" 1 52:1:2:QF'1Z'f:i:2:5'Zz515:1:2:5:2:Y:235:1:2:Q:253:2:::5Eg5f5grjgfzgzgizfzi:2:5Q254:f:E:23fg'Sf2g2Fjzlgggffigigigig-ffg:Zfb"Qf23'gt'-' 'f " 'I .f...4w .:-,,,.,,-.f...:....-., .+V ,. Ax--., -. .ff 4 .,'-Az, v. Af xv f V xx-7 ' "oe-wing? iggzgzgzgzgkz-r:-Q' - 4 ,gi 1. .5 Fifa 45 4:2 y ' ' , I ,L H J ' ,, 55 V , 1 , ' I 1 I ! Q 1 1 ,ag I mp p PROFESSIQNALS I J - 'XS ' A-K-f"l,T 'XE Nix W 1 1 fxei J-1 n?: -2-5 , s:.,1m.c.,,,.::Ei,,.g-..7,q:,J,' Qtr' A Lk- -1--v:-ge:4:1m - fe.- ,.. .W as ,. 5 1 if , N - I f 1 fps- 41,,4L,,. . . ,.-1. -, i,1',"4 1 7- 'Ng ,fs-f' H. 4,6-'D .- -" . ' , 1' "1 Y J ',-f W " Y? ' 'll ' Q T ' N 1' We A ' M ml' W f 'JH M' -' 1 ml' 'fl' rm Y rw 1-yn.--'J-in - - .gm w Y' 1 Y A WW 99 O fl 11 1 1 g'n gl AI l Ti 'iii 21 5, fi 1 Top Row BOVNETT OLESOY KELL Sfronzl Row COLLINS DUPRE 1-IENRY HULTGRENI ATICHELS Botiom Row SABIN SACEETT SFIFPARD TICE TRAKEL DELTA PSI OMLCA Fzrft Semester HOWARD COLI INS BE XTRICE IQNELL HLLEN OLSON FLORENCE E. HOL OFFICI RS Stage Manager Bu.rme.r.r Ma11ager Secretary Treafurer COMBE Second Semester BIARGARET BONNET BEATRICE KNELL HELEN OLSON Grand Dzrector l' 'yi' r Chapter number twenty four of the Natlonal Honor Dramatrc fratermty was 1nst1tuted at YVh1teWater State Teachers College 1n Nlay IQZQ The fraternrty IS a challenge to those mterested 111 Dramatlcs to put forth an earnest effort and show themselves worthy of recognluon by the honor soclety It IS not a sub strtute for the Dramatnc club but IS a step up ln dramatlc educamon The fra tern1tv has had a satrsfactorv year and hopes to produce lI1 1tS Own name 111 the commg season Thls past year, the members assxsted ln two presentatlons one, The Guarclsman by hlolnar the other two one acts If lXfIen Played Cards Xs 'Women Do and Ilma Beans 4-2 EAP flier. d'Q3' SIE. ...QL5"" 1 1 FH: LQ ill I1 2-il 1 fue 75' H-1 RL!- 4 WEKUKWEWETW ' ' ' fl WWF Vlifliiftwiiwlllik wi T ll in K W K lliml We ' ' - . , 1 , . 1 T ' 1 " ' 2 1 1 ' ' 114' - 1- 3 Lg 1 1 A I 1 , is I - '12 4 4 3 1- I . , Vi . A A Il I x ' ' A W.: 1 1 . 1' rl ' ' . 3 i I. 'S C L 1 1 -. ..,s. 1 3 ll . . . - ' . ' ' . H7 . . . ' . - X1 . . 1 . . . .. l - f 7 cc K I ar ,1 , cc 1 K Z Q 4 I as cc X - Q 77 , - 5 ' if f J ' ew . Q I . tj, will wr 595 'ELL la . 60 ,lwl '--f-.1t'.e L. . ,.,'..--.-11-11.15,-x1.x.e'-,fra.-E: i-ram"-11nr:fa-Z in: ll'Z2" -'- .1-5: f' -2:Pe""-', -r .rf-1, sw - rg - -' 1 , --11"'f--1-'fr-a1,rs-rfrltgl f l - ' C AG ' A .2 L- 1 . ' f .' ,. - Z!- 4 , ..'J, H,-4 f' '1 fs,-iw1 -1 ' ...., .- , A X ,,, Y . Y , it 1 1 150 'I f' 1 1 1 V x A l Z -1, 11 '1 :, .xi .U 1 IG Tap Huw-lS1cAx1zoN. 01.1-:soN, P15'1'E1asoN. l"l11.L, l'l.-NMILTON. BRATZ, Nounvus, SWARTHOUT, Kixns- K VAGIEI., XI11.1.1x1zn. i H Srmmi kuw-1'lu1,1., livl-:1u1A1am', BRAIN, PIllI,l.Il"S, MA1.D1s. BURC11, G1uz1zN11ALc11, STRASSBURG, 'Qi Wnrru, lXl0IllJVIG, AN1a1:RsoN. Q' Tlrird R010-LOIINEIS, MAAS, P1.um1s, 'llABORS-KY, LANG15, I'lANSON, lfVo1.1f, SPONE111. XVIEDEN1-lOLF'l', ll- Rincwmg l'lOk'l'UNA. 117 lfolfom Row-HANK, l31zNsoN, K11Nz1,1:11, l"A1cN1mM, FROMIE, BRONVNLEE, CA1u:Y, SHEPHARD, I'lAvN1z1z, lf l311K1c11, S'1'11A1.1fY. li- gs. li . . xi ' 'il SICAIMA SIGIVIA SIGMA 1 Mig ' li- '-'-II1 OFFICERS li 11 LUCY B11owN1.131: . P1-efident 11 1 I'lIiI.EN IVROME Vice-Pn'J1'dent F hu la 'Avy ., . I4 'L CSENEVIEVE 1u11zN11,x1x1 Recording Secretary lg 5 1 RN VY . f 4 IQUTI-I I-I1-xYN15R Corre.vpo1zdzng Secretary 1,1 1 311.33 w an C1xT11ER1N1z Q.fx1z13Y Trfaxiirer 'Q' 15111 fi li-fl S 'iff . . . . . il-l fiiff The former Alpha Sigma Phi sorority was installed as Alpha X1 chapter of lim fg' ..... . . . W Uv: L35 Sigma Sigma Sigma in festivities taking place Nlarch 17, 18, and 19, IQ32. Nlrs. 3517 1 1 . , . , 7. . . . . . Q1 lg! H. W. Straley Huntington West Xfirgima lXf'I1ss Agnes Hank, Holden hflissouri. 1,1'! iF..Q1 7 ' l 7 . . 7 7 . A- ' F A fm and Mrs. Jeanette Baker, Dekalb, Illinois, came to VK hitewater to conduct cere- all 1231 monies, in which the girls of Alpha Sigma Phi entered into a new national re- lf, 52,1 lationship. gd' lffgj Alph Xi is the thirtieth active chapter of Slgma Sigma Sigma, which has 1-.U ,312 chapters in outstanding teacher training institutions throughout the United lffl States. llioodstock Xfir inia is the national head uarters of S1 ma S1 ma S1 ma, 1: 1 f , .1 which is the oldest national education sorority, having been organized in 1898 at ig Farmville, Virginia. Sigma Sigma Sigma is a member of the Association of Edu- fi' L--1 cation Sororities and of the XYomen's Professional Pan-Hellenic Association. 21332 ,fa 51911 11, 01 9- ,.1 -. 1 H 1'.f.,!,'. 1. iff 1 ,Nr X 2' X H .-'Ngkc ' ' ,- ' - c ,,, ' , .4 '- H, ,--N. 'mn c c.f"1,-'iz ,'1.r'x,,.-"'-, xr 4. 1, I, T V 1 1 1 I v-fff i'f'f1w i ,,.,f!.- K ..lx1y1x.S,x,:. .5 . , . . .. .L 1 -1 . - -- f4'5' - V .. au. .... ,T 1-TQ1Tiv.fI' T'Qll.llii-.1::'i:,-1:121,-.21 -' ' ,ii-iiT'i41iT-iff' ' TT 'V 4-V Y if .M gr: 5535 gg., mf L-,-f-, :El 545 1535 CD2 of V321 152 jill? TIC? F31 fi.. Sm WI' "Til fel We ,oi 1-ii 22,1 fffil 235: lk? rv, I 391 ff. fi?" l .jr ' 'N Top Row-COLLINS, CREIAAR, Kizuiiocn. all Srmml Row-G01-'im B.fIARsHA1.L, Nloniussnv, SAIELTZER. 5 ,Qffl Boflom R!ICL"'x'TCIiEAND, Kllss Crmlmtisv, CHRISLER, Miss Ixxosxialz, LINTON. fffii fill Lil Q x V: DEQ , .Q PW " f 'vi SIGMA TAU DELTA -f-A 554 Eh gil: ,wp -. . Q r ' DQ OPI' ICERS -ff fy -S . f lil' KT Fzrft Smmvter Second Semfftfr if mi '14 tsl "lvl . q 'lm Img l,EoT,x LINTON . Prendevzt . . XVERA CHRISLER Egg fill Kyiv! H lil LENA ATORRISON . . Srcremry-Treafzcrfr . OLIVE CRERAR L56 -R , . . Ui LENA Nlomussriv Hzfzormn 92' U72 1615 lg' filjf Sigma 'Iau Delta is a professional hnghsh fraternity. Its aim is to promote creative writing and to encourage the reading of worthwhile literature. fm Y ' lp-'ga lg Nu Gamma chapter was developed from a Contemporary Llterature group Rfk? which had met on the campus for several years. In IQZQ, through the efforts of gig Nliss Knosker, the director, and Miss Beulah Charmley, sponsor, the club was 5927 gg reorganized and accepted the invitation of Sigma Tau Delta to pet1t1on for a national charter. 1 . . . . . WA gh The chapter has accomplished much SIHCC its orgamzation. For the past ,' NM semester the group has handled the literary column of the school paper. ' - , , l ti! QQ The chief social event of the year was a banquet at Green Shutters, at which Dr. Frederick F2l.LlI1CI','N2lUOI121l'API'CSlCTCI1t, was guest speaker. iw' NN .YY W . 62 1-.L-.....L" "lr ' "-"""T1L1fF?-. 1. r,341.-,:t'2 ...:745'?.TZ. 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Axfiftant Editor Fi: f L fx N t V . . RAY HOOPS . Affzxtant Buxinefx M anager fl-A 5' Wil Q35 if 1 M MINNEISKA STAFF Q53 L-L AU' .' vi? h ' ' M1 A 3 JACOB SHEFCKIK Subfcriptzon Manager 1 . . . . '-,.-.,- NIERVIN LARSON Administration Editor if HINRRY BECKKER . Adoertifing Manager rx . . . 4, DONOVAN TAFT . A Asxzftant Advertising Manager 'ti - - fig 4 JWOSEPH IQINLER . . Senior Editor EL! - ILLIZABETH LANIGAN Organization Editor EM L of CARL HUEBNER . Athletic Editor M A'IOLLIE SWARTHOUT Girls' Athletic Editor , , vi I JEAN ROSHOLT . . Calendar Editor gt DONALD BURTON Humor Editor EM 'R Q! LUCY BROWNLEE . Literary Editor BEATRICE IQELL . Snapxhot Editor QM f DORIS HULTGREN . . Humor Editor . . 4 U, L I'IARRIET PIAWORTH . Axfiytant Snapxhot Editor HQXVARD COLLINS Photographic Editor JANE COLBERT . Art Editor lin: y ff? iqh W Eli . . -1, 4.-3335-F-.. --f . .....,- - .V - - 4"-A - 4 . Pihltjl ,.-. J 1 . N r .-.Q -1 ,..T' C:..,,5.:.f'?55Z:!i':5L.h1:ax.L.gv'.:r:f4..1'.m...' 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FIUEBNER .llfzfriic Editor First Semester Jlftfalit' Editor' Second Semester DONALD I,I.oYn G6 J.rJi,I'Ia1Il First Semester lfxrlrzlzzgf Editor Second Semester XIoLI,IIf SwIxItTIIoLv'r S nc' iffy If d Ilo r First Semester .J.r,mz'1'alr If d frm' Second Semester Pl-IYLLIS Wmsrtztzx J,r,ri,fl1111i First Semester .JIZWI'I.'711.ffl'Ilfl-0ll Edrlm Second Semester HELEN FItoAII-: .-l.f.fi,rI112Il First Semester Sorirly Editor Second Semester RAY GLW'NN .J.r.fi,fra1Il First Semester .f.1'.fI-.fllllll Second Semester .1 -1 1 ,' i V 3' -. v 1 I ' W-1 . , 5 vi - X ,T t ,, ,Q ,-., 'w 3' I . X t X , ,- at-1 r -. .- Q 'ffl .. t 4,35 " S W Wi tk fi Y fm f ' 'wt iffrri pig Wifi' Fx! ef-1 tri! ir! A ' ' iight? Lkrj C31 ':..i1 1 V ft t WL V31 L' 1' 1f7"'a tin 1514 ,. I, airs 11:11 .Q-1 YZ- -'Q i iQ':,ii V YI! Exif me yi 4 - NP! 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Aeon Snzzxfcnm DON IXILKENNY I'kANc15s QUINNHLL X'IC'I'OR NICCORMICK V21 He. - . . . . .... fy 'WP fll"'!lH'l'l!lllOlI Ldtior ,'f,fJ'1J'l!lHf .'-l5.f1J'tanl .Jffzflzuzl "X U71 N .. . . t li LP lwrsl Semester l'n'st Semester Second Semester Second Semester ,CH tt-me 1 - i-is thi: .'l.v.f1.rI1ml .-l.r.r1.rla11l -3151 km' . . . . i' Second Semester Second Semester Fl - Hifi Cmlusxcti Sclltituin NIARIAN B0nGvvA1zD'r W'1l.L1A:n BIQISNER JXLDYC15 BROVVN F1 .J.VJ'f.ff0 ni .-I .f.fl.fl11 nl J,f.r1,fzr1 ni .'1,Y.Vl'Jf!1lIl 'i gg "Y Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester 'EU ff- f s 1 s V 1- W5 Umvic Cluaimk Stumav c.RONS'l'INE IQOBERTA Roistzlws CJJQRTRUDE SNEBERK 'VI ,tr .... it 7 Lil! .!,r.tz.rlm:t .-l.r.fz.rIa1zf .luzflazzl J.r.tz.rtrz21Z tiff Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester Second Semester mtg Xltrtutrrn Hizxnw l'lAtutr Bracken .lots IUNZEP. 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Prefzdent BEATR1cE KELL J 1 QQ,- CLARENCE SHERER Vice-Prefident AKIURIETTA HENRY ,Xi 41 1 1' BETTY DUPRE Secretary ELINOR SABLN if E4 JOHN FISHER . T1-eamrer . JOE BIICKELS 1' ll -1 1 1 The Thespian Dramatic Club, o11e of the most active bodies in the College, , has as its interest, play wrltmg. directing, and acting. All those interested 111 ig! the promotion of drama are eligible for membership. 1 October 23, the club presented three one act plays, "Man11ikin and Nlinni- 'J kinn, " Ever Young", and g'Appearances". Nlarch 4, We took "The Third Anglel' rm' N to the Drama League Contest in Madison. Nlarch 19, the "Guardsrr1an" was 3 , presented. April 15, a group of original plays was presented. if , . . . 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FULLER, GOFF. - L Fourth Row-GRAM, Hmmm, I-l1zv1zRMAN, HIGGINS, KEELEY, IQELLOGG. xy? fn Fzfllz R0Z01K.UGLITSCH, LINTON, MACDOLYGALL, NICKIEAND, NIARSHALL. PERRY. 154 1 Szxflz Row-Pmsns, PIIELPS, PI-IELPS, RQBERTS, Rosnolrr, STEIN. WN I, Bozlom Row-'l'1zE'rn:u, rFREDlNN1CK, TRYON, WHITE, WINTISRS. RE! , My Fti . ffm-. ' 1 3 bfi ' 'WI 5' b 74 gl f W if dv W V W ,six 'Zz 31mv .fzm1ri:wl:mffw- -L --- w.f-r.v-x::--.-:-.-nz'-m--1"-,-341.91-w .Jf.vvr'wrr'1!:vH--X.-4:?."a3--:-,f w:'jfff"-.1 -153-, . 5, w y.f.1f::f:.EFI1iZZsE?' - 7 '--- nq ' ' 'TSMG fvwffwf-fi,'Y12 f' in 1 f " "T 'F ffw"21"1'f'f1?5'fafi4f"'1Tf" "l TIF J E kJ fwi 1,2 ,NLR kj ,Mx U HL kj If if 2,1245 U' ,lyk fLliSx x.j 'k,j.ff'Q1 'Rf hgh V J5yl'xa:,,h 557 -Qs! , ,fxfx JMR jxfk Jkfk ,mvx ,mf-g Jifx f - , 1' X,"-L Jw' A fvw, sv V' -x 5 . 1 til A at J , Z, -1 1 1 l l f 14.1 xiii ,l pulp? ffl lillcg ,by- 1, ffgji - ' ,134 1 .,v ,157 1' 1 A , , . 1 413 Fx! U 1 Z lg 4' r.. ,il M 1551 n 1 3? ' Q 13221 H te 'W lin W 1 .11 we-3 lfli' i 5.1 1 "1 rgmq get ffm ltrif fxlltli fjfif iff? .V A ,.,..1 ...,, av- ,, , 1... lr. .1 .fe -V-c 4' .1' 1 l Il T555 -iff: R, 5-:gqilj Qqi xjifgfji iicqf Top Rm'-IDAx'111soN, S'rRA'r1mN, XVAGNISR, lfiRICKSON, REUJER, DELENE, CR1sx-nw. Sri-um! Rm,-Co1.1.1Ns, XlAns1sN, 'l1lIAYlEll, NICCORMICK, Ron:1'nEL, COLEMAN, NEWMAN, l'iISCHEll. jg-1 liolfnm Rnw4B1:c11i1:N, XVARNISK, Pl'I'l'lCRSON, W'ooDBU1LY, S1111-Y, BARNEY, STEFFEN. ff' iff! 141355 BETA KAPPA NU 3 OFFICERS in F-irft Sr'11u'.vtf1' Second Semester N11 . Y haf: l'lARVEY BUCHEN . Prendent CHARLES XNOODBURY Lggg CHARLES W'ooDBURx' . Vice-Prefidmzt . . ELDON XVARNER VICTOR KICCORMICK Secretary RAY BARNEY L-54.1 ILINAR LARSON . Trfamrer . HARVEY BUC1-IEN .. . :1-3-1 ARTHUR STEFFEN . Sergeant-at-Arm.r . RALPH S1111-Y W , i"f.,ll NIICHAEL Co1,EMAN Corrcspondmg Secretary EUGENE PETERSON i ' wifi! .eg 7 . . . . . V l Beta kappa Nu, organized in 1929 with a charter membership of 12, is the youngest fraternity on the campus. In three years it has increased its membership M.-5 . . . . , , over IOOW7 and now maintains an active chapter of 26 members. The fraternity has always stood for high ideals in scholarship, cooperation with the college, a friendly attitude toward all other organizations, and a spirit of fellowshlp amongst .Qi the members themselves. F351 ln the years of IQZQ and 1930 Beta Kappa Nu received first prize for the most comical homecoming Hoat. It has also had members on the the debating squads, and on the football and basketball squads. It has competed two years for the Egfr inter-fraternity bowling trophy winning second place in its initial try and ob- taining the cup in the 1932 contest. Each year informal dancing parties are sponsored and a Homecoming banquet given in honor of alumni of the organi- zation. In addition, a formal dancing party is given 111 the Spring. These have been held at the Mont rey Hotel at Janesville. My Jil liffl 75 if ,423 'iBBii7F,Ql5iif, fi BB B B ii 71 Wfiflf'1f'ijf'FQT -, ,- . --1 reg , X, Q --A' fx.--.R 'wwf'-, .,'1.,"z ,JN-f'-R ,J-,,..--r-X J'-., ef-L, Vw"-e 1' 'vi lj 9 av .,,-I -. Wg 5 --I 111'-Q. 'f1,Al ,., .E-.?QXn.lE,!fv L..1f., 1 LK .-,j:1,f,rF I 1 1. N.. ,K Ns,-xl ,ff Nga-,f 5- ..f yfxrf N fx af arp,-' if ,I W H ,..,1, A-'jaamflfl-2 'gli-'sf wil-'Q..' j-,,'u- ' f . if .xi-'-7.f,j.,,+,.VrVje, mf' QIQI' 9. RrLfL1'lIlE?lilf1fllEQIWT5Qiq9-is Il 4 'I ll ll I ll 'U 'I S35 Wxl19LQ..vQlf4g.El'QQldfQli!,'iEdlil,ESIL5JIi, 21:1-l2iI.'Ti AJ: 'l"L'gL::l':'7-fi'-7-wi" 1 'f:e:.:a15-?:55:1f31I":.4': is ,.1f-g'::z:uIv EZJJJQ jJ37"'Q- ' ' i"C'3ii"Q--..lLL'2il JE! Ti'-if YT? 95,51 L" - l irq itil .He 571, fin lib f E11 mi if-rn ffl Qi 5543.1 ISZQ1 5.1.5 Q22 fl!! QM ,. ,E IEE av, 1113. , ,fwg 1:54 5:51 IN lil' Top R0w'PH1LLII'S, NIICIIELS, LINCOLN, SCHOENICK, NQIULLINS, Coxvizksis, SHULTZ, Crmisriusxz, 1351? S C11 u1a'r'r. Srvoml Row-T. C1x11P15N'1'1214, NIUNDT, DOPKE, IVIINGUIEY, BIGELOW, L. CARP1zNTf:k, DOYI1E, BEISNER, Lag I1I5E Kirrz, GL'Y'NN. gre:-I 'ij Third RJZU-LLOYD, TIIHKNVEDOXY. PRONOLD. LARSON, I. ENGEN, KYLE, A51-ICRAFT, BALL, NI. ENOEN, Egg! BICEDE, PATMCK, Zum. Hallam Row-Doscn, K11U1ao1zR, DIGGINS, ICXVING, F1uvr'r1NGE1a, SHEFC1-1111, Mn. Gore, PYNN, I-IUEBNEIL, Gilt! ,wg ' l-loors, GORDON, YOUNG. QT: 11-1 If in E521 WI DQS PHI CHI EPSILON W Fil OFFICERS I-f" I " "Qi . Wi Fzrrt Semerier Second Semfrtzr "ll . if' I CARL I-IUEBN1211 P1'e.vzdent . WILLARD PYNN .1 ,il J K I .nf , IRVIN ILNGEN 1f'1.ce-Prerzdent . JACOB SHEFCHIK ' flf 1 I Qs!! RALPH SCHUETT Secretary .ALBERT FRATTINCER gli! W. NIILAN ENGEN Corresponding Secretary . JOHN EWING QQ: RAY I'IOOPS . Trearurer JOHN GORDON S35 JACOB SHEFCHIK Pledgemarzfr , RAY I-IooPs QV CECIL BEEDE Hzxtorzan RALPH DOSCH 1325 W5 JOE STURTEVANT Sergeant-at-Arms DARRELL DIGGINS Sag .-. , 1 . 1 a.Li,1 MR. '1. GOFF Sponsor NIR. 'I. GOFF Egg bg. Fil - -Lt. AL 1 - - 1 - ar ' ig, Here s to dear Phi Chl lLpSllOl1 was the theme phrase of the members this year, in their activities, which brings to a Close the first decade of the first and oldest fraternity on the hill. Its large membership took a leading part in all the activities of the campus. tr . . . . , The social program of pledge parties, homecommg dance and banquet, Christ- gpg mas and Spring dances, was culminated with the annual formal dinner dance, wh1ch was held at the I-Iotel Schroeder in Milwatlkee. IW. fs . . . . . -qgzql ,AV A tenth anniversary booklet was published by the fratermty, summarizing L? Phi Chi EDSIIOIIIS life on the Campus. Ma ll-Ill fill, 76 - --' ' 5" W'-"1 rf T 1,L'T"3"1zr'T'.73f 1 '. '-CTI .Cf71L.'flI' 's."L'TL,,E:Ii..f5- -3-Ui" ""f'Rf' 7' 7Llf'-i'Tf'Tg'i'e? ' .'I ffff,f,-QfT3lj " 1 ' 1 U l V V, ' ll 1 '13 ' ' f ij - 14, it f , IA: 'xf ,FRU H ' M ,ff wx. .JS-,1"x jkfk j4f3h.'fAi,JS. J QL ,lsxltak .fy avi".W-..xQ.f"2,?-r. .,'f'N"'+. ,A-.fix U. T l il! .- , - .f .I ' ff Y -- . - .. f-. , , . .4 ., , 5 ,- .a f i, , ,. L, ,,,,. A , , P- fr' gf: im' ' w H 'ff ff SIGMA TAU GAMMA Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity was founded at the Central Nlissouri State Teachers' College, Wlarrensburg, on June 28, IQ3O. The fraternity is social and professional in nature, but operates exclusively in the Teachers College field. No petitions are accepted from any other than accredited four-year, degree granting Teachers Colleges. Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity is the oldest and strongest National Fraternity operating in this field. At present there are sixteen chapters located in State Teachers' Colleges throughout the United States. The Alpha Lambda Delta Fraternity at VVhiteWater State Teachers' College, which evolved into Sigma Tau Gamma was organized in 1925 by a group of prom- inent athletes and scholastically inclined students on the campus. It became Kappa Chapter of Sigma Tau Gamma on April 27, 1928. 77 rf..-:,,.i:'f T 211222 1' ' 2 i 3 I 1 T x A uf, .fel .,. J. V H 'Q , .,,,. . ' - . . v 5640141 3 , , x i w 5511'- 33 A fisfl me l X E eil' 4' N , V X , 1: Q .W 1 ,H QV f, 24 ' X, M, T V gh 1,23 L zffffi , U45 If ., . lex " P' J - Aw if vw, fi, mg VTX ag-If ', H, 1 vu ff. flu-,, fi Qbxx V Q-"fl .., I Vg - Lefff VME ll? Q 2 . , 4 Q. .V K' W 5-L-1, 1 L, 'ilflgi 3,-'L ' N11-'TLES-ZQ-'ffl IiLEL.'ITTgIfLTg i'fErff1":1'1 n' if , 5 '.f?3",3'i1lfi ".- .i , i'.,..'iiEi1l,,, 1731111 ' ',Z:1pi'l:ff:"'s'piL,l .. .,,,,. .. ,,. .,.,, .,.,,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,..., ...,,,f,,,,-., .YV .,- .... -, ..,-.M.,,...,,.,,.,,-.V , f ,,i. fm Y: MQ cw' ya '17, 41,zxf'y 79- f'1 Wx fi :sw 791 lm :Ili ff im 1,52 11' VIP 51-i '-TLTVT5 'FfTFT'5':"ff1 , , J ', , ' , pm: gf 3 X. M .L -, , fn N-,J V xv- 3 '-, 3,-'S 1 1: V r A ,. 4, ., L. Y lv ' lg, x3,SVJgl iv 'ky ,Ea Dux. Kwf fix 24 x, , 1 x A v A , K X .f xv Q V ,sf V X -J 1, .2 M, ,' x, A K, , ,- g , 'ZKWX --5-,-"ik, ,fP'w,f"'-, ,.sf'Q.2--- ff'-,Ik I '-,fi JiW'v7'x 2 1' '- ft"-.. J",."'A f""'x-" , ,Y ... ..-Y f x,-.,.-fi7. - -,-,-,-f,-- - - - - N.- .A Y 4 L M W, Y, i w yw rv J! Tl uw w.'-.1 W. ,H gk T TE!! A I, M ff' yn 1 'fe . K 'Tift vb 5 TJ' J I "I V XR fx N T .9 51 Q A is giiy Q U :NX 'N A rv! 'V ' f ' Ii: f' - T 9 f STUDENT GOVERNMENT -TT:.Q1v.1f?if- UAE! ., 57.-'ff K A A mme., ,,V, 1 l ,- .T Lv nr' x,-,ghff xi Evj,.',x ,fa ,f' .2 .Vg - w. ,ww h-, fm 42,1 -, if-. -. 1: 5+ ,.7Z-- H 7 V ' Y v :f,,:...,' wiki. g ,A., ,- my .bf ,MN -xvlvsfi fl- NA V U-'S V' A , - 5 1 A f 1 ' Cg5.:,m.1Y Lf,4fA L .aff-1' 1.21--H'11i.:.aL,.a '- '-g,L:':::::i-Z: lT,,fL-b .,,,. T--' ':g::.:1T4i3..'1I.ii::'f'T 2"" - QQ-5 '.f inf .iii 5,521 mil Ll - ' W " ' 553.5 ' 2242 fem 1145 E221 gm' Hi E55 J-1 ffl gil Engl 1. AT! ' 'GLM L-ff:-f lil wil U12 15 bfi? ' - lfvll 1 :sw - Hfxxsox Xloxuussm' l'lAYNER Primm' EH? ,Qi 'fm WTF iii: ,l,1Q,' ,V M., lj W . S . G . A . Lf-153 ,ifyv N OFFICERS f , . H I-4 CLAIRE I'lANSON . . Pv'endf1zt gfj: LENA NIORRISSEY . P ice'-President 515, L --if Kff ,f . 'bfi V "ffl IQUTI-I l'lAYNER . Secretary Az' lf? ' A'lILDRED PERRY' . ' Treafurer :72-ff M v , . . ' Q13 The Women s Self-Government .ASSOCIHUOI1 has successfully com- 1 wwf" . . - pleted lts second year of govermng the student body. Under the f,Yl - - - 1 , 1 lg-1 ca able uxdance of Clzure Hanson the have czmrrxed out the work .11-3 M., P 1 A ,. l 1: . . . . wx ' S5211 wluch OI'dlI12lI'1l:V falls to the Dean of VVornen. The elghteen mern- 3:3 b fd ll kdh dt rfgtll cl frl ' l-'lei ers 0 IC counci mave Wor 'e ar 0 sa is f me ceman S 0 me nl .Q ,, students. 1 -.. N'll1Cll credlt IS due Rlrs. Wells, the faculty advlsor ofthe COLlllCll. ' wi W: .v L3 -Q Hg ' -,P ll! M A gm: wl iff? vii' if K V5 1' .l-:j liflfl 5:3 Kuff: Q ." KI-5-Q1 film gm 4-mf .525 ,ig EM W-li PEE ll ll lifgfl Top Row-Cma1s1.E1a, DUERST, ELLSWORTH. FEATHEns'roN1s, I-IARTMAN, HEWES, LE FEVRIE. 2'-5,3 ljrg BOIZOIII Row-MAAS, PATIUCK, SIPPY, STURTEVANT, llVALLING, Wurrxa, lVlN'l'ERS. Tv? ll :gba I I 'ix 80 vv-F:-Q---TA------A - f--- -N '--- f,---1--f f--f-4-- .-'N ---L, -1 W,--5--1--r:-f -T--ff, -S. W---'V v--------- 6---A 'M Ignrkxv, IMA V, , r ,,Y, .--1.1-, fr v- , 1 V -- - - ,. . ,Z ,. f ,ufx'-AK..' .- ' ' J ?,f'+ix L- lfll XJ 'fi.l.-', if X Ci ,lay X, A K .ff Vw! -ff' VK 'vm mfg, N ,vw 'X few'--X X ,A--Va-, ff ' X ' - ,.f'1,' - . J. by lg ' :f , - if 19 J 5 9 9 I ,....,5Dx.3.-.--.K -,fwg-...ixbxk L4 1 nf aff L I ,I 1 W V i ,ff f w I . I! S 1 ,j , 1' , ,N di 1 , H , ,, I,-1,7 ,J ,Jr-.1.3.1A1, f. x'X,,, ,ff Y. I W I - D f I , H X X . R X 1 R 1 9 1 'I 5. Mr" Q., . ' . ,ww I X .- ,influx tx. " 'JH V1 " I ,--.g1,-.-.f -xg ,fI,,1,,': F if if Dt"Yf" .Dt-."Ala-T" 'W "" N" Qi'r?'."1fKc'f " 1'-'22 l E'r"fff ,K-1-i -- A I I ., .- , fu". 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CARI-ENTER, TED IXEITH, LOUISE SEVERANCE, HOWARD CLEVELAND, GRJXCPI KRAUSE, HELEN SEVERSON, HOWARD Lili DIGGINS, DARRELL LARsoN, PAUL SCHULTZ, RAYMOND ,Qld IJIXON, DOUG LATHROP, FREEMAN SIPPY, IQALPH Flip ILL' DUNI.AP, BERNICE LEE, DONALD SNELL, AGNES .lm-ISIIOFE, lX"IAXINE LEFEVRE, -IEANNE SPONEM, GUINETII l:.ssOCK, CEERTRUDE LEFEVRE, VVILLIAM XFENAAS, IQUSSELL Wg' er- v I' ti FRIES, FLORENCE LOVELAND, FLORENCE NIEN, ALFRED CEODFREY, ELLEN MARKING, NIARGUERITE XVALLING. XYERGIE Rfb GRUBER, .ARLENE NICFARLANE, ELLEN XVANGEN, ROBERT lag FIARTMANN, 1'lENRY NIILLARD, LZMMA XVILLIAMS, ELOISE '-T' FIFYRMAN DONAID NIILI ER DON NLD YALE ANITIX fill IR T I ' A ' I A I A A4 NI ' I I A ILLLR OLYN -,.I li' ' .AW LI If W E , , my 4. . . . , . . M gill Lvery Friday, hflr. S. L. hflear, a Well known Cornet soloist, and director of several bands, Including the Holton-Elkhorn Band, comes to the College to give I- 7l Instructions to our band. The players are divided into two groups-the begin- Mil - . . . . pg, lil ning and the advanced. The former spends an hour IH special Instruction, meet- gjl ing in small groups, While the latter group practices in a body. Hifi Wu We are fortunate in having a well-or anized band. It is on hand Ntootinv l ' as sc ' 79 - C Ill fi for touchdowns aIId blaring baskets at the college games, and furnishes lm yy that InspIratIonal element Wherever it is needed. Wg 7, Duringthe past year, a course was offered in band directing. This course ii,-,,, was open to all Interested. The Instructor of this Course was lXf'Ir. Nlear, who 'Elf presented his subjects 111 four parts: technique of the baton, instrumentation, Q23 ' harmon 'Ind conductin 'fi' Y, c . g. silly! -.1 AQ1., ' -Rf, sz Ql2,f3""iL2? 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F71 ? ,L Hfl 29: ll-if PQ: lr- lf. ir ll' L4 l ir- fx Q5 li l ,.-- ll El L' -Fl ' ' W rg ll 'E E52 417 yr, I lfil is . . . KW Srarzdzng-CARM-:NTL-:R, SIPPY, POLLOCK, LEE, l,El"EvRE, SCHULTZ, YENAAS. '3' I Swami-AIAcDowm1.L, PIERCE, -1. LEFEVRE, MCKEANU, l'lENS1iL, BISBEE, Nourox, SNELL. ll' vm 1 L ,U H, lm , . NV lm COLLEGE ORCHESTRA 5, Eel t rg The college orchestra, organized by, and under the direction of Agnes Snell, IV' is for the orchestra training of college students. The instrumentation is built Ei around the Violins as a nucleus. The members study the Works of some of the masters and lesser com osers. Rehearsals are held once a week and one credit 'W LE, . . P . . 1 . 3 rg a semester IS lven to members who earn 1t. The orchestra IS avallable at anv 9 tlme, and has am cared on and ass1sted VVltll ulte a number of .ro rams. ,. IP , Q P g V K F x ,qi Ll, QE, 1NsTRUMEN'rA'r1oN 5, of 'N 5- A l in , 551 LUCALLE RICIXEAND Vwlzn Fil BERNICEVI'lENSEL Vzolm l L ggi! JEAN LEFEVRE . Vzolin RUTH XVIEDENIIOEFT Vzolm -K' ' XFIOLA NCJIQTON . . 17101111 pl THEO PIERCE . . Vzolzn. NIARGARET lX"lrXCDOUGfXLL Pmvro 2 ' RALPH SIPPY . . T10-mbonf XR ., HAROLD POLLOCK K Bar: Horn , QV EM DID1Tr1 V. BISBEE ' ,E Hom iw! . :W XYILLIAIVI LEFEVRE . 7 Cornet aw H THEODORE CSARPENTER Comet M llUSSELI. NTENAAS . Claw-met ner DONALD LEE . Clarwwt lil! A - L ' QQ A V El Ll Ll bf. - W S3 ,LJ I 'We are f4rer'1fre'mrfer1f+fe lWrf'f"'r:f f40W4Qflk 1l,L,iQx,J,K'ff,wl:flLwJJL Jw JMX Jw. L. JUS! M I ll ' 154 , I combination concert and party, in conjunction with the k!ICf1,S Glee Club of hflilwaukee State Teachers' College, in the spring. S -1 .l,., -I -I, II' 'I ,H y. .. L SW .LJ -I ' 1 an gl EE .Xxx-.Ir-Q-1 'M jig, ,. We ff" 'If ff' i"f""M' : 'ARFI T1 '7 'T N""'I-"fi 'i'ff45 ' ':f"',5'9l'1Q'11 '1 ' f':J'Z 3.- 'lf' 'H."'V' Ni..-"I Y" "f-I-"'---I' -QfiMf1fBlQL'f f3's f I 1 f Ve 7Egfiizgff'ai-gIfI.i'LfsIg.'3'giIi'f-fu5fa'LVfSiwiifpfiiifi. , e3gfr-'vp- -1:1-t1.1,. 4,,,..l. 'VL 2 . -lrzriil E ' I " ?, Jai 174 '- fi Mia gi-fi 2311 sig UT ISI i4'1l 2. if 'WY mv 'Fil 234 ,EI pw. my 314 lirii 'tw llwgvl tit? 'J 'g Q4 life: sig glifl is-15 but, IXA I' im Sv. .fits l -Al Top ROZU-I'IOXVARD. FRENG. JVILSON. FORSYTIIE. NIONKA. PARIsI-I. IJIGGINS. Tu-IM. J. '-FIIOMPSOX. - I Sifcorzd R0iU1NOliTON, NTARKS, PIENRY, NIYKLEBY, DUERST, PERRY, TRAUTMANN, HILL, SAIIIN. MII ,Elf Third RUM!-ZASTROWN, NICNITT, PLUIIII3, EIEVVES, CRERAR, EIQIJAI-IL, YOUNG, XVESTPI-IAL, RIDGEWAY. KINZLISIK, LAKE. ,M Bottom. R020-I'lARRIS, NTCIQEEVER, V. JXNDERSON, GILLETTE, PARKER, STEIN, l'IEYRIxIIxrc, M. HOWARD. f if LEFEVRE, XNALLING. h 55211 .nf gb, tx TREBLE CLEF mi I 'j ' li' . -'I . WI , OFFICILRS 'QI V fl I , ' ' if Fzrft Semefter Second Semefter 1 ul l ELLEN JANE BURCH Prefidmzt ELLEN JANE BURCH ' EQA KVM V4 OROTIIY EKDAIIL . . Vice-Preyzdent . . DOROTPIY EKDAHL 4 ' MY 1 , OLIVE I. CRERAR . Secretary . OLIVE I. CRERAR hi Nl LA - . Y..- 'X JEAN LEFEVRE Treasurer NIARIE STEIN Qi-gi I II I .Ig li A . , JY Treble Clef was organized twenty-two years ago, and continues to be one of the most active musical organizations on the campus. Under the leadership " -5 of lVIiss Lucy Baker the girls have upheld the high reputation that has been earned fl through the years, as a club. , 'Af The past year they have been fortunate in having many members of unusual 'Hi 3 ability. Eight of these girls formed the Semi-Chorus which represented the club A on numerous occasions. .Mil Q Social activities included a mixer party at the beginning of the term, and the . S ,-XA' W5 Sl. i ' " I 5lQLTF 9'-"'!QQgggQQ" -3' L?-111951 M rg 1: gy. 'T-7,132 I 1.91. Zf 'iw' L f"7:'5'1I IF'rsrwalET'i"5TL5314'vTfi-vQ'J i?'f'TTT'7?'Wi7i'iE?i 535Zv.i2T,1'1!'iJi I- " he ft fit -fe .- V7H'7l"' .s'm'WWh+"Ii21Ii'I2r'+I -Wm'Tt'EIsfrecIfrfWvHirst' NVIQEVQIISQ.ffiQIElL'UELWl:LMgaNlfIyg.aLflil.L BSLalas,as1.w.II.F,ifN.:f.,4xI. 1. ..- s -. i 'ul .i L' l ,L :j j',',lff'T -g , -L.1Q,C 44,1 43-4. 4- e - 4- are-,Q ,wer ,,..Qgv, Y 41-mu 'gi 'iiffi' 145.1 ard lar ii 49? lj pin iw 1 g '-' 55: iw ,l 'fri 351, s-W9 X ' 144 5:5 lil! as --c PNC., 1-'mx el xp. lil ,TTS L3 Rf mi mmroee so H1 ,. V '. lop RINLP'-IXRANICK, XIAUERMANN, D1sNEx:N,Pu:R1cR, DoRR, KLEPP12, RODENBAUGI-1, I'lARTMAN, Hum, Q55 H. joimsox, LUDEMAN, Zrmnnrcr-1, Hook. gif 32775 SITUYIIIR010-l'lARMON, RECRNAGEL, BRANFORD, I-IOLLISTER, FRrEs,HoLD1aN, JENSEN, PANDOVV, Owiaws, Vumms, REILLY, FORTUNA, GAI"FNEY, IVICCARTHY. IF122 Iiurlrmz Raw-jomzsox, SHIQPARD, CLAYBAUGII, XVARD, Doulsisr, H. ANDERSON, BoNN1z'rT, DAWLEY, LQQ gg, P,x'rR1c:x, l-lolcwrzi., KIARKING, IQLETT, So1u1u1:RFRLn, GRUHN. all ,J 'Tl QF ,aff 7. pg CHORAL CLUB M55 FQ? kk- af ...J OFFICERS R My lb!! CLARA IDAXVLEY, First Semester . Preridnzt .Ir w , , fm MRS. lx'TATTIE IL. SI-IEPARD, Second Semester Przzvzdent 'M gffi X!! fx . T'lEI.EN ANDERSON Secretary Q35 -r, w f . Pg! VIVIAN PATRICK Trmxurer 1' '. ' X 12.21 . iii? NLXRGARET BONNETT Arcompamst '-41 rvnlvil Vi .,-. . V Miss BAKER Dzrector lf 'VV ' EQ . . . E353 'This is the second year of work for Choral Club, so the work attempted has Qi! been a httle more pretentious than that of the prev1ous year. QF EQ! The cooperation in the organization has been IOOZ as evidenced by the fact LV' K "' 1 . 1 1 'Lv 'gm that all the members took part in the Homecoming parade and in the Chrlstmas M4 Fi sin . The ori inal musical sketch "B The Shores of Gitchee Gumeen won AF' gf 5 ' Y .. ,V Ml honorable mention for the club on Stunt Night. M fi- -s - ff' f-,W The Choral Club has cooperated with the Treble Clef and Men's Glee Club fail in Jresentin two concerts and as s onsors of the Nlilwaukee Teachers' Colle e F-,fl HM l , N g 7 P . g Mb ljig hflen s Czlee Club Concert and the all school dance, which followed. M-:ei fm ful 9555 in ,L-JL. ss ,JP--Ha 39 H'-'f'3i'1-ez' 9 C Y 5 gg,fQfQ3Q,1Lff.,9' - 1 - 'll-5177, 7 7' :L 1 'gif-Q -mf i ' A : LA V. 1 .,f. -..,-1- . .,1 f-xwqif., il llll' l 1 ',':"j9y'v,1'-11 .1' i 1 w 1 1.--1 ...QAM 1. - 1 ..4-4 A3 xp, -f xfx.f" xxfs f' ww"-1.f--rf, ,r 3 1-,Ev ' .g:1'-:'gj'l,:f1.j .jj Q1 ,. W . J. Mgr. gf ' fn. 1, ,AN .gh ,- an f f X., .W N ,ga - J :'.EiEfg:.-4122.-. --Li,...J:'.-,..,L.Q,- ..- ' E -. .il.,:....g f FQ? Tiff' f- J-.l,li:L:2E:, L-ivfitnd El-7f:"f '-fff.-1..:1:gp4lL..g -1-.-h...' ":..::a-grEL:.L:....'-- ,. ,171 ATTTTI "L: I Q51-'S iffvff' El . a Wil 'gjzxy 1111 isl :fm ef! E54 42253 RJ AFJ1 QQ: -,-s .gli lg? lf E ,, ,. ,H 'QU-5 till pi! We 111 :TT-l lxifl ljfti Kill 13 lla? fi lf!! aff: .2934 332-1 if-I ,111 ul: .1-5, 1.2! .93 2:1 1,-, ., 11 Q ll" "Wi lgiffi W3 CQQ lf?-,J P751 R194 . . Iliff ,. , ill 33 lop ROC0fS'I'0VE, CONDQON, UNDERWOO11, HOIIENSTEIN. VJIEN, I'IAR'r11AN. 4.31 tm' Sm-mzd R030-CLARK. JNAGNER. ARNOLD, WEs'rP1mL. LEFEVRE, STEFFEN, Nlansox, IQRUEGIZIL. gf? Borrow Row-KEs'ro1,, S:111T11, XVANDSCIINEIDER, Buc11EN, PErERsoN, SCHARF, NEWMAN, XVOODBLZRY. 12345 -191' lv.. 1.. 1- ,exe Ulf' IW ffl , . rl M lil N ' S C H O R U S .3 ,mil - 5,5 :ill .qys ,Jn L-1 , 9.3! mil JOHN IQRUEGER Deputy Dzrertor gm HARVEY BUCHEN . Prefzdenz EUGENE PETERSON . Secretary 'gf ijfqj XNILLARD XWANDSCHNEIDER . . T1'E6l.f'lL?'E7' 12215 iffy? I-XLFRED VYIEN . . . . . Librarian 5532 1 A 1 ,Q JAMES IQESTOL Royal Purple Reporter 5134 1 1' A . '1 . MR. l1AND.1XLL . . . Sponfor li! EH "A1 lsS 1 aidS D Nl H MJ 113 - 1 e ll 1 o o 1 " en 25" 1.3 Fl 11-'U 1--4.1 1:1 . . . gi ,. The Nlen's Chorus was organized dLlI'111g the fall ffl , 1, . . . :irq if of 1931 and IS under the excellent supervision of 5533 l'-M lXflr. Harry James of Racine. .-5 . U1 , Rehearsals are held each Tuesday Aeveningg one tial half credit belng given each member for a year. Erflrhf The Chorus has been very active, making several EQ'-Q? ' public appearances both III and out of town. The gpg! first one was at the annual winter concert held January ggfi 20 111 the auditorium. Other organizations which the chorus sang for were: Kiwanis Club, lXflilton P. T. A., RFS lVlen's Club of the Congregational and Klethodist l.' l churches, City High School, College Hlgh School, " Pilgrim Fellowslup, and YVesley Foundation. M Yi . . . . . , L, 1 Growing both in SIZC and musical skill, the hflen s yi Chorus olifers good training as well as a source of 1 enjoyment for all its members. '1 UNH HARIKX' JAMES l'-E4 ff:-5 111-,l . S6 l'l: f':'2f1Iill1iTff2IF23uT 14...'g""f?'l5P'.1".l"2lZ.TZE'5EF,-...1..' " VIL i 'll FSF T' .YEITT fi.'5'l":fEZ 'Gls"?L'f'..55Ix'."'EJ.+.'?"'f13RiL-,'1"E'.,'1..:'K' -vw '. . . 1 - - . . Y. Y .,- . -,- 'TfLT'2,- . ,-, ..5 - , C .Y-, .. . ,. ,,.a .?,. 1 ' f f , pez? 1. W775 ef 1 V ieantrffilfllka' W if "f7lllfg'JWFL' if-1 M111 1 eww ,ffkille A ,mj,A,?e-f,ei,2-at - V,il,,E4.wj, uiltjrjifiltkj,,2jrl1,j,w1E-QJZAJ jji,.aQQ1ilwglqj?,AX,.r,,ja5,E?,iQ?'113-,JQflam .Lg-. J Sv... 'Q fc' LX y -Y 715 s listings iififf N32 Siziflfiiia f J" N- ,gf , 'Y-JN-v" 5' 0' ni' ll," -. 5, ,Q Q V ,ff cc' . ,v -. F if V' 7 cr, .,," gg Q' If- .Y 3' sfsilii' si -lillilfhli 53,5161 siifiiiif-"2 lQ,li'liFii?lfl .v Y- '+-Erfx.1-flfdfz-.-:-wrzfa-:-ar.:-Q-::f,G,n': :". -fgggmglighiixwgi Y Y Uuy- --,5jfn'fji"?i4:,ixl-f1-1'g5,'LQ,,5g'.is--.-ff:''vff'Q-mrw-za-gi,rgggrt ?- Y- ':.Er...x..,J"F"f-t:u:u..,f:"-.:L..-. -.,' -1 ' YJ L e e e is l Q2 L-. 'D w 5 .- gr le? - 1 -, l' t is i ,qi " if X ,- SWARTHOUT ENGEN Burscmzn ' I l l l i . Y CONINIERCIAL CLUB 1, tv is ,gi OFFICERS NV in to MOLLIE SWARTHOUT . . President IRVIN ENGEN . Vita-Prefident , Donis BUTSCHER . . Secretary-Treasurer if fi if , w The Commercial Club is an organization composed of students 'V , who are enrolled in the Commercial Course. The basic motives i of the organization are to bring the students together in a social 1 lg manner, to promote an active interest in commercial workg and ' 1 . . . l ' l to gain knowledge of the roblems of both the commercial teachin RMU' P 8 , ' field and the business World. - N' ' fl . . . l H i lVl:CCIlI1gS are held on the first and third Thursday evenings of l each month. The first one, a business meeting, gives students an it 1 opportunity to become acquainted with problems and activities W in the commercial field through speakers from the professional and A , business world. The second meeting, a social evening, is of enjoy- ,QM ' ment to everyone. l Wiith the active interest of our sponsor, lVIiss Hamilton, the , fi' work of the Commercial Club is very beneficial to the members. A . Ll Eli W SS Y 1, ,gi f Ed., '-gfviqigir' 1'z5-i'U-"Igv'?F.-f2i1n.:,3L:"raex:1'LY e :cf . --:W-,44-esaziirx,-ggalfixgnffugmef:-ugfgv.-14:af- we 1:g5L1'f",i'rl'g ' - "Ti" "' F' 'iii' " If fm ip 'affix ' W ,li ifflili E1 iff ii' F' 'L JTWFBYYAQ-57f,liBWBWfQ3'Q5f!LS7J4llQ'Mif if ai V ,23Q,.:M::,143s3la.,. f1.,,if2:'.Jf,B-ia , AW!-A , I I I I p IL 155- I 53,-ajg fff.gfAF,-t- ' I V. .- A-.X'1'fQuN-I' fff' .1 .,-, . I. Ili - -If -1 I Xiflaf' NY "5-r"f'1vf"'Zf",fir 5 " i"-far' Pw'i:If" 41,5 f 1-153-1'.-f"'QE1fl 'I lt 'J-'if'fff .ii--' '-'-33 L ll ll-1-'4 ' L" '-'- ljlifl .ii E I, 'IQ A ,' 'Fifi L.1i 'ffl itil W s-l ,LI ,V ffl . sqgti FTF if 'jkgfl VG iff: I H,-rw -If- I H4 Ie K , N r fl FEI' ,f til -4 M IEE if .g pal 5 i fail I 36 UCI I , I ' pil? Pop Roru-Blmnv, DI5NIcnN. XVHALEN. Vicxmzs. YYOUNG. PVARD. C. JOHNSON. BEsI'rsKY. MEYEIIS. Ni' iid CI,AYIsoucII, WI2s'rm-IAL. FEATIIERSTONE, IQITTLESON, ELLSVVORTH, PFIELPS. fi' giffai Sammi Row-B. MII.I.I:Ix, HAYNEII, PARISH, SCHUSTER, EKDAIIL, H. JOHNSON, PIANVTHORNE, IQAPKE, Warts, CovIfN'rIw, IQILEY, BEARDSLEY, RODENBOUGII, I'lARTMAN, PIz'r1zIIsoN, IFICE, NIAACK, A- . lf ILLEII. L1-4' Third R050-CASEY, lJIiMKI?, GRUBEI1, A. LANGIQR, OXVENS, BLUM, ELMER, XIALE, GALLAGHER, EVVINS, AIONKA. 'P1IAuI'IuAN. kuGI.11'cII, MILLAIID, TRYON, M. SNVAN. Essocx. IQQ fourth RowjkoIII.I, I-l.':OI.I:soN, QIENEVVEIN, GRA!-IAM, GAGNON. KUIIIBIEI1, PIOLLISTER, LAKE, SARGENT, lui! BAN-G, VINCENT, Hoouv, ZINIBRICI-I, LANGDON, GRUHN, I-Innvvlc, ROBBINS. R Ifulfom Row-CALLAIIAN, V. ANDERSON, -I. SWAN, SQUTHMAAYDE, A. ANDERSON, FORTUNA, GAFFNEY, A ,M CIIAAIBEIILAIN, DUEIIST, XIENAAS, I'lILL, HULL., HAHN, Banca, Dorm, CRIDDLI2, IQLETT, ZASTROW. 1 W ,Qt A Ex? of W1 I l-Q53 PRIMARY CLUB P VH li'13 ' L23 OFFICERS "I' 1 . -4 I I ily HoR'1'ENs1z DUERST Prnidmt . Yi .I I-II - 'fl , . . , ' ILVA SIMPSON Vzce-Prefzdmzt 3 G ills lLLIzA13I5'I'I-I I-IARTMAN . . Sfcretarv -, L -. . ' 5 A11 ffl .A , IEW Y I" C :jg LEOTA XWHITE Trmmrfr Q, . Vllfl If i'f"14 ,A QI .Q The Primary Club, organized ln IQZQ, IS composed of all the 'ff gm girls enrolled in the Primary Course. It is under the able leader- yllfl ship of Miss Shattuck, who is also Director of the Primary Depart- lil ment W I 'VI ' Ik. . . . ls Hgh The purpose of the club IS two-foldg social and professional. It ' Q I aims to provide greater cooperation between students and faculty ' ,Q members and to romote better ac uaintance amon students. .fig .1 1 P I- ,. .-ffI7I IVY' In Q21 89 .fi T1 'T71 "" ' W Y iff 'fl .l- T32 44.-' '..' 'T ' .L-"..lYf"7f , ,fra .'.21l."Z."Sf'Ti 'f":.Il'fi'f1i'?i"'1.fQ" 'Y l1.'1.":"."1..."i ""'l'Q "?7f3'l'-Palllf "'i.L5,"'FI'Z. 'eff-ffffzrg-1': A-1' I 7. I f fy'1"'rii:I 'r-'-.3-r1f"i':'fp For-T-,CTr' 11..- r-':"f"'.1.:'y"T111-'gf'ff'mTe'T2'fr'IWT"T'q" 1l',f".4X xv! -.5 L,s,,Iv, ,slr QIXK, !.l,1zx,A . X. N- .-I--, Q-.J X., D, - Jw, ,J-gf 'Ak , uf If-I ,M -J mf -tf xf., 1fl"3l- mx -In L' flfhflf. 'vt 911531-I uf M., .s 'J'-.A ' ,- ,J-A Hg ji., Q, v.JL1Ng-gx- Kjxjik ,A-'x,,'.R ,fif-ca ,, xg-.kr Ax' ,-" ,F-.',f-.x ,wr-11, ff' Arfv, ,D Nv.-' -'ix Elia? 2 9 35.12 ' f- ne -,K -fi. ,. yf ' 44'-,, ' R - fix? X Yu? ii U ifjf: L,-X 'rf 'Rf .-'I 3:4--, .1 - df ,f w ' Vfgwwf-.,?' '- wx lf MftiT8?1faEiZsI,IQt,a2Q5IfLstiIifaS9I,I 2.,.kijzw 241 I I 111 -It l .u:.b:1L1..II:- ' - H Y 'Her "':E1.'i'iEL, H: nm, m.,mm ,wM,1LlQ iisltea-..:'-135:::a:r:':2:2-,isa-...La..' Y -JL-1 ' JS 521 5-if is du if ' , fe ei ff. Z'-5 'Hi it . 3, lil . -'H X51 ,Q .Y 'Wg fi- I M 'f hill Q BERT PATRICK FRENG ' rggija N T u THE PY'1HIAN LITERARY SOCIETY in nl!! ,J OFFICERS Fly' LEO BENT . . . . Prexident H.AROI,D PATRICK . . Vice-Prenfdenz NIILDRED FRENG . . , Secretary-Treasurer Vi ' 'iff The Pythian Literary Society was organized this year. The Q, purpose of this organization is to present opportunities to members iiifif "J, for development in the many fields of activity coming under the ggffj term Literary. lVlany pleasant and profitable meetings have been en- joyed by an ever increasing memberslfn. NIT. C . W'ellers is sponsor. 25, ,I iffy I 1 Y . M . C . A . OFFICERS HAROLD PATRICK ..... Prexidmzt ggi? JOSEPH IQINZER ..... Vice-P1-frident LEO BENT .... Secrftary-Treafurer 53, A successful reorganization of the YoungEMen's Christian As- XL sociation has been accomplished this year under the direction of Tri- I fw county Secretary Nord. The membership has increased three fold ' 4 Ui R. I A:-1 .QV I Elin in its brief but interesting development. This group is afliliated with the national organization. It is hoped that the membership and service will be increased next year. C. H. Wellers sponsors Mg this Organization. . M, R kill ffr? 594 .ffl lvl! ia 'l iiwif l' ll? if hifi T , lj, ,, is ui ij xiii V. PATRICK IQINZER BEN1' bi K LQ lf. : . - 4 ' Iii , on Till? Qvwfa . , jQf WTS, i2Zf9,QfQ 535,53 jy7Q,1iEf' 'SI a- ilvlnnitislm jiri? XwQf,Q,'rQ,,,3w,'75',,,E,,"y,1'QN'5C,f N, I ,, ,. 'I 'w 1 ,.... f , w a - , . . Ingram , V .--- Y ' 11s in '1E,'EA'? ,, .A ,Al , . gym-2 - -- , - - . --fn 1,24 'ff ,II . 1' r il NJ: il ,E Q rl I ir? is Eel :iq it lf all la ,WA Top R050-l,iUHNEIS, DIETZ, PIERICK, Hess, TABONSKY, CUNNINGHAM, STOBIE, JEANTY, SNEBERK , ,Ll ' GliEliNliiX1.GlI, MAI.nE. Egg Srrmgd Row-KN?x. IQEELEY, 5EENAN, BENT, NIURN, SPI.1zcI-ITER, l'lARMON, MCCA1l'FlIY, A. LANGIER, DN ,gl I CHATZMAN, imnsvocizi., i'IYKLIsBY, DUI-IRE. f- Third Row-SWAN, Coififisv, DAv1soN, NIALONE, HIGGINS, Rizbnv, CRONIN, A. HAHN, CRISMAN, BRADY, ' L54 NICCORMICK, BUCHANAN, FROELICK, FEATIIIBIISTONE, CLAYBAUGII, G. LANGER. ,Ci 5:5 Fnurlli Rnw-GALLAGII- ,xZIMBRlCI-I,SCll1REMP, DENEPIN, PRONOLD, WHALEN, CRADDICN, FOIITUNA, 'el lily? KILKENNY, GAFFN owe, CALLAIAIAN, COLEMAN, Mons, DI:VoY. , ,-fl Bollom RWM'-l'lAWOR'1' , ICKI, I"IscI1EIv., HEYRMAN, SIIIsIfc1I1K, MCKEEVEN, SIMON, STERLING, ,l-74 ,304 ?JlULLHN, Rossmrms ., BI:R'rAcNoLI, KUfILITSCIi, I-IAUBENSCHILD, FEA'I'HEIIsToN1:, CoLI.INs, ,lv 'AI:AN. . - . . ' l I 2,4 H Ili: M :rj I I ,' lil I nl, MERCIER 'M The lXf'l'ercier Club, which is composed of the Catholic students of the college, was organized for social, literary, and religious pur- poses. Every Catholic student, upon entering college, is eligible 'W for membership in the club. hflercier was organized in 1916 and Rl named' in honor of Cardinal Mercier. ,el . . . V all Business meetings, followed by short programs, are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Two or three social meet- 77:5 EF, ings are held during each semester. If ii - At Christmas time, the club did welfare work in the city and to needy orphans. Our Christmas and Commencement breakfasts gl, and our formal were successfully given with the help of our advisor, W' Mrs. Fricker. ' U L- A . Q E. ir I ' H 'KVI 1 L4 'Q if u' hr . , J! 91 .4 .'-rA.!ji'w',' v3.1.3 iw' -'.. , 4 ....f .- ...- . -J.--, .., 54,1 H- ,..1w'.' ZLLLLL IIS-u..L"-eL'TV'v1'J.l-uFl- Il.'2.'1iL.vQTI- .ll-J'f.4Z'7A'h ffln' C- -L.LIl l' Y.I.-Qrr!!-'1l4A4L5,SgJT-uL.v.-T-'.L'1. JLNHLL. 0-42-:'10!.LQS'1':V 'fL, '4 .' , liivliglbliie K U. ,PK We El' 5EK?29il5Bl3il,-Imvli salllvjglkwmllfl ll-T4lT'i7Zilfll' I Z' I ..4 ,1:Qu.,..,, f -1 '-f..p,f,ff', I v Wg, 7 , . il tl l-3' -' g- 7- '-' f- ' ""' 'T " ' ' Z """'T :WV "f5Tllx,l-A- .. 1 7-fl-J ig3,?:1E3ilifg:-:ig-TLT "T 'ft " -"H - 'l V1 rj fi 255 CEI 5 ea Ei? TL!-I ffl kj, Vi lesi- l E? iii ' i Rn. rr , v' 'L I: H I ikpki, if Top Row-LANIGAN, SAEIN, VVIDSTEEN. ' f Bottom Row-HAYNEI1, MILLER, HOFFh4AN. yy w, fl ' ifrll I , . 'I PILGRIM FELLOWSHIP 1 ' M-i ,Q OFFICERS if I I ELINOR SABIN .... . P1-fridenz in K . LQ' HELEN HOFFMAN . Vice-P1-zxidenz Q! RUTH HAYNER . Secretary-Treasurer li 3 PI-IYLLIS VVYIDSTEEN Program Chairman A ELIZABETH LANIGAN Social Chairman Til I 1 1, i l IOLYN MILLER . . Pianjft I 1, , il I MR. DAGGETT Sponfor I I The Pilgrim Fellowship is an organization for those students qi, who express a preference for the Congregational Church. Nleetings 45 are held every Sunday evening at 6:45 in the Chapel of the Church. X E A service is held, followed by a discussion of some interest to the - members. Sometimes, speakers are secured from other churches. lin S The social events are parties, picnics, and trips to neighboring W towns to attend services or to conduct services. A play "Station ' YYYYU was presented on December 4. A delegation was sent to the V LQ: l Student Volunteer Convention at Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 27-Jail. 5. On February 28, two chinese students told something of their native country. The organization carries out what its name implies- . . . tj, , a Christian Fellowship. 57: in -.nl ' V 92 .fm -Yi-ELTH LF ,BL ...- C-i ,af:Y-Ta:,,-',I-'f- wt: -I -ea-:Effie Kar' '- ,rf-fri,-fQ:"1a1wwf.:.aTgf.af,si 7 .. 'Tay :eff:y-V.-5:51, lk fe fu ' ef yy- Q7 If If --I litre-TFA ff 1-Lf ,,f'Ff'X'TJ7I7? ef fu 5773 fiff lf, I 5, Emir, "-Ti4.'I ,!oSbf,fkAxE?f3AMi9f:-lik ,.ffdTd49LioQ,iowastifiitef-f.iLa.woo4Su,4afr.tsaifiiloowxot II.:- .--ff ,- I fy., ,Q Vx .,,., , ' ,., 1' " 1 I ,A Y ,K I u .ei .. , I .I A I ,N .,, ,. ,E , X , fx ,.' 1 V V 'K i A if .XL ,Q ---, 1, If, n V' ififuz I-r .J I',.:li7 :ui M12 'J-.wi VZ' 24:1 ligi 'wi Emi km X535 IQ! Ui: TQ L 'I Ei Erii ' Vifii V92 'IM Q. Ir fi: in-ix psi? QQ? ,cl Q42 'Qi I2-I," Nfxjf IRI yi! IE3 QQ LTL I-Q11 . ffl! 'fri To R020-hVAI.LING, PIPPEL, SIII1zLTz1zR, PIKE. F-TLJ wi . P IW ig Sf-cond Row-Looiuiaiz, XNANGEN, Sowts, VVINCENT. ggi l?n!f1mI Row-PATRICK, IWIENSEL, L1aI"EvRIi, KIQSTGL. 'fi-1 .QQ 'IQ' .. Luft v v , Wu YYESLEY FOUNDATION I' I L' "QI 4,2 We .ig , "Sri H13 OFI' ICERS iff? .IIT IU, V13 ftiwg V :ja BERNICE I-IENZEL . Prefzdent EL--I is W W ELS Y . . fri AMES IxI3s'I'oL Vice-Preyzdewzi W Ig, V RI? ?,-1 DOROTHY X QUNG , Sfcretar -Trmyurer WI VHQ, y It' 1' 2224 fl BILL LEFEVRE Program Chairmzm I IIE kjg HAROLD PATRICK Ro alPu1' Ze Re orzer jtf f - I ilxhfi LM U1 This organization is composed of a group of college students if I, who meet everv Sunda eveniu at the Nlethodist E isco al Church. "mi Y ' ' P IQIDI' A fellowship IS brought to exist by combining a social hour with I 4- a . v ,A- RI-I worship services, led by some speaker, either a student or an out- Sider who rc-:sents a to ic of interest to be discussed b the rou . LN ff ' P I If . . , QI: T12 Iv? 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W al ia W 0 g ' fi FOUR-YEAR SENIOR ACES l Y. ' H v Al . . . l ' Aj One aim of a small college is to develop leadership. Today When everyone I7 is taking inventory more carefully than in the past, those who can lead are valued ,f p most highly. From 154 graduates, the college has named ten outstanding persons 'N ,-,4 . . . . . . l, y of ambition and IIUIIZIUVC. .a i Life is a composition, and each individual, consciously or unconsciously, selects materials for his design. The record of these people shows that they have k i chosen wisely. Through their college years they have so blended curricular and x W extra-curricular activities as to form unified and balanced wholes. Not alone il 'E to superiority of intellect is. their achievement due, but also to sterling qualities .hy of character. To a great extent they have developed common sense, tact, de- 2 , ,fl pendableness. To change the figure, each has increased the number and heightened YY the polish of the facets on his jewel,-personality. iz , if i 'Id . . Y p f-:vw-' -. -fm.---:-..-:...'L2-. -. .fx f.-L- ---.-"Q " nifgffu .:.-gn.-:.:u-:a.L,.r.9111-r:.n.ar7f-v.a. ' 1" ' 3-iq 1,5 i :P """g:'w',-Tagiagg,-2 KVJQLKUZK 52233-l1ZWf5lVlfllWfwllffgfw W 5 lhkwmiflliwfll EH 7m4f7Jll Q., -J"N"'x l .Mrk - -fk .1 V I i 4. li A l I' J' i 1-el nil .I i EQNAG5: Ulla." 12732 fl N N -,if,,,s.:1-faz::.J.....a..... - -", 2 ye- e- 2e?i:::2LfbT"QI1glf2aT,:4Kl: .F .-:..l Jgfziilrii- 1 .Ti if fel wi sf-2 ,Qi all lil lin , my I 71 W i SQA T l 4. c. El 5 l 1 ml . 3 Mn .Y Mi i 555 l l'. E T54 Ill EEE ill All L P7 A i . X'-1 ny - Top Row-MARGARET BONNET, ELLEN JANE Buucu, JANE Comrsivr. lg I Bofrom R0'lU'l'IOR'l'ENSE Duausr, I'lELl'iN OLESON. ' l ,. W . Y 1 TNVO AND THREE-YEAR SENIOR i. ei' A C E s fi :M Elf :I Plato advocated the golden mean-that sensible area between any two ex- will E tremes. Some claim that efficiency is maintained by doing. Others declare Q that as a man thinketh so is he. These people have consistently clung to Plato's Ei- middle ground: the golden mean between thinking and doing. They have been IH N sensitive to the many valuable impressions which their college offers, but simul- 'AJ' taneously they have practiced self-expression, without which endless impression S N becomes meaningless. .E I I l . .. . . X i The college is proud of their record, is proud of them. It will follow them :if into the broader field of life, confident that they will succeed. Shall we not prophesy -- W that "Good-bye, Alma hiatern will prove "Good-morning, American? E w T. M Je nfs f . ' - 1-'z 114. .X -Lf-if-'ln '-A9-"--11 M4152-ff'A,i.L:,:'-.1 QQ-.T--1' --1 "" "ravi 'rv' '.'- 'r1i:: 'z rw:-4"i-"r..'1z1:r.'r.m.-nf"-li..-4r..ixm-.Lnxn.:'m1-.if .u1:.H.zem.:Mf-:' ,VZ A.g. l E . !,, .,,, ,p W I .I Q32 'HI' 4, A Z lg .' .X V p ,W A-. v M v v K Y ,ff f 1,,. 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Li X 1.1 H QQ Cl-IAIRMEN OF COMlX'lITTliILS .' 15 . Vl ll! I315TTY DUPRE Decov-anon: li Af:-' x ' fl . lk JACOB SHEFCHIK , . Fzvzmzce xl-" li. LEOTA LINTON . Program , ., i, l'lARRY 151-:CKER . Micsic Lai if: I.UcY BROVVNLEE , RqfreJh1m'1zt.v The annual Junior Prom was held June Ioth in the College tiff F, - , , 23 C15l'nll1'1lUn'1. . , Q4 lhe gym was uniquely decorated as 21 Spalllfill garden. The Q4 solid arched walls were covered with garlands of Howers and clinging M vines. A Spanish moon shed its amber rays from a blue starry sky. ily' E11 In the center of the garden was a pool with palms around it. '5-lil . . . ' Phe music was fUI'111SllCCl by Harold lXfIenning's Orchestra, which 7, played from a veranda. ,r , J ii 1292! 5321 Ci so 153 fi- 22572455-ggggiLiiEg3If!"!'C"Zi:gg:1L1j:g,gQ1g"Y":zLxL:"i2Z3'.'EzZ.,fL- ZE5,E.Zi'?3'31.- -as Fic. QYAQIZ v-1-fl'F7Ei" 7xi"f1SSf"1Ti-r17"1-.ff fsisjjfiqrmv . 4 ,v , - x O.. -sg, ' " -- 1 'L N - J sf 4' lilwlilliwi he 'Y lxqwif Ywbtu , 1 1 V.. ii lgouwgsb Lnclsxwxxnqf STUNT NIGHT The annual Stunt Night, sponsored by the XV. A. A.,Was held on February 26. Fifteen organizations participated in this program, making it one of the most outstanding events of the year. Unusual talent and artistic ability were dis- played. Prizes were awarded to the following organizations. f G. A. A. and A. A. In a Toy Shop-First Place Alpha Sigma , . Rhapsody in Blue-Second Place Alpha Club , Advent of A Knight, with apologies to Sir 'Walter Scott-Third Place Nlercier-ll-'ooden Soldier and the China Doll-Honorable Nlention Thespian hlagie lN'lirror-Honorable Nlention Primary Club . . Sweet Sixteen-Honorable Klention 100 ' P V l 'El ,f A ,W 4 ,N W'- in, 'L .4 gr M .. 0- - of ,-Q., ,. f. limi T wi lim 'lil . 1' ,,- 1 l 'x 3' :if5'i .i..JE.:z 11.3 :Q35Q-Wall f......,.-Y,.-..,.,.,,,,Q ,.l4.d-..2...:l1?ilT3lE.:. . .'.' r"'i-Pfizlfiii 'N"A"""A'Mtm'i' ful lim Qi H2 in li ffl A in br M l ii 1 A L A 5f ,rl ' is lim l,-"l rr Ls! H 1 as lvl .W mil lil lf., Htl? L, l :Pl HW A will lid QU PM E91 lffl fr-pw fi A 'M VV. A. A. CAMPING TRIP iii M r cl f M- ' ' 1 11 The week-en 0 ay 29, 1931, the W. A. A. enjoyec t e annual camping trip. About 45 members motored to Lake Rip- iw Icy and participated in swimming, hiking, tennis, golfing, and various other sports. Thru the courtesy of the Epworth League, J' . . . ,. We obtained the use of their large summer cottage. In thls l' . manner, we all bunked together. NVe did our own cooking and dishwashing as Well as eating and enjoying ourselves. , fi 2 . ff, . . . "' . hliss Goodhue and NIISS VVh1te acted as chaperonesg they N' W enjoyed the week-end as Well as the rest of us. 1134 . . . hveryone is looking forward to many more enjoyable camp- il . . N 7 ing trips. lf HY: ' 'Rein' TL -gg.. .W . - W.-- , ,JI fir". is' " 'F' - L - --- -w.:re:g- , --J. -.'i if :"Pv':-1- 1'-f--: eff1-Y-A---frfif-""'v1'i.,T-, 1 .Lx rf . , hm ,V H 1 7 -w N 'gf' 9211. uc, gym iff A 'iff '5 gli, , 'Lag 1, . 'J y , I-is ,Y mi 77 i 1 J T141 21. H iff Q M N L1 1 1 'N V L t eg 254 'x M -I 3911 Vg ' i ' if ff Eff Pgfg .:jf.A., Ni gig "f3 i2jQ g., 55: ' TE ?j! !. M 4 3.-ii if 2531 vfj K2-'J KQJ Q F . 5535 A M mm 5.11 . 1 E71 If J fix wi 4 . ,fa I LQ E111 LL ,E 5--8 - 'vim MFT? F-' 5? 11:3 .lg-H mi . rv if wih- - gf: .ly i ., ln' jg Engl 0 2 SQL 'E 'H - T, Jig 3? Y 1 A W S3 g I af .fl at 4' ,,-A' :Shiv LEA K 4 .liz Lil-Ai?-X ,EE x Wg ig- if! fm- riff F231- -R13 FFT X 'fs ,. fzlql M -L Nwiw ri KJV. 1,1 , 13+ 7-1, N-IW. JyQ,lTi- .CI MFA ,wt -3 2 RQWW , tx A .J 4 amd 3"-1R L xr? wxxjyrvq- x FV x?-WH ,gz- QT Q27 xii, Ch. 4X JK 1' 'fx I .K I lv -,ix x . ., ,ZX .2 ,mh- g" . 1,13 , T Ia '. X ,Aff , .. "K -gxmfi. ,.g. S :' K ,11- 'X fx J, lg! ' X515 R. .jf 1 ,vig k . JL!" N '. ,Ak 'll fi. 'x J- - ik. ,JL f..,5 I 'M 'w ,. .lv 'J' X' . in -,QL f 'af -. may Elie H132 Gangs H Beta Kappa Nu liraternity holds smoker for the Freshmen. IS-.-Xll-College Mixer held in Men's Gym. The girls in the upper classes are certainly pleased at the way the male element in the I 1 WA i'- i C' -t A' A' ff'-:E - ' 1 'fi "' 4- .' Arif.. A' .5 1 N' ff -J 5 "N," C . 'Y 11i2foflEfa1Y2faTSp5eEtaCsIi??Z.Qtr117,,,-.Ere at :lil 1 mu . at A .fl -ay'-E-tmWa19fioZRQf.g?1s11Zg1.'tQf'ef,Q14- M' Z' Cl "'--"' -1f'f""9'h3 JQEZF.-E: L 5. .,,-.,, ? FTW7' "" El-il ill . lf' jp CALEADAR is ,' I 1 9 3 1 - 1 9 3 2 bg sIcP'rnMB1sR F , I4-Registration begins. 'l'he boys of the Q Freshman class are being taken care of in a manner such as they have never known. 51 Q 15-All the Big Sisters take their Little Sisters xi to the Sing and the Mixer at the Log Cabin. A vi Q W . . I6-Classes begin-now for a nice long rest, 6- A Y Yi 1, , 1 - I college is turning out t.his year. XIV. "9 21-W. A. A. holds initiation-some of the -'ii girls are beginning to feel that the suspense is too much. Alerry assures them that those who survive will be given the best medical attention. 22-Some of the Freshmen still insist upon LW coming late to classes Csome of them don't lf comc at alll with the same old excuse: "We 'MQ conldn't lind the classroom." ' ' 25-Factilty Reception. l, L K 26-Whitewater wins from De Kalb by a N iii score ol' 25-o. lt looks as though the team is planning on going places this year. 29-'FI'CSllfI'lCl1 hold class meeting. Kermit i Shultz, the boy from Tomahawlt, is elected ' president. V 4 OCTOBER 7-f ' l'llOIT1C'COl1llllg pep meeting in assembly Ci with Mr. Fischer acting as master of ceremonies. Q Mr.. lloseman and Mr. VVellers give unique eg exhibition of how football used to be played. ' 2-Big pep meeting and bonhre at Hamilton Field! The Freshmen show us a very creditable 'N piece of work. even though they had to cut . - classes all day to do it. Phi Chi hold homecom- ' J ing dance-we sec that Mr. Carlson is out for W track. Fresh vegetables are served. M 1 3-Homecoming. The parade-floats beauti- W ful, representative, and humorous turn out. fb Everyone seems to be going to luncheons-the sororities and fraternities seem determined to L. show old members and alumni the best home- , ,,l coming Whitewater has ever had. VVhitewater defeats Platteville I9-o. The fraternities hold ff stag banquets. Homecoming dance in Men's Fr gym-ho hum, homecoming is over for another year. Q. 5-'lfhe faculty are beginning to worry that all their work has been in vain-you never saw ' N x i' so many faces with blank expressions on as fy' ' appeared at school today. WVe have another fi E Agnewite in our midst. W' -3-' 8-The depression in intelligence falls to a 3. ' new low level-the only interest displayed j .ay around school is in the World Series. 4 L IO-Whitewater Wins game from North- W 1 western I3-O. Mr. Fischer and Mr. Lathrop W Q take Freshnien on trip to the interesting spots W to be found around lllhitewater. I , 13-Don't he alarmed at the way some of the W I' I girls are acting around school-they are really ' gg doing it for their own good. Helen counts all l 3 'I' the stairs in school. Mr. Yoder is given an I in 1' excellent shine by Ferne and Marie. 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L .' ttf-sms 1e?2e3:::' " '2"Qi12:+'ts'Q:gffg3'fi5i:11tfff' '--- -'-"- - 1-' "-' - ' ' ff'f-- -L' "f '-'fe E" N"-.1R.-:Lvi,L3:E1LiA4QY7f1i-?ll.5..9g,"' I-L' -- '-2932 -- f-'- - fm-f - 42 -- - L M ' .1:1jAlpha Sigma Phi and Alpha Sigma hold '-ei initiation. ,sr "' I5-XVC expect that in the near future many of our more ambitious Cand maybe braverl 'Ui members of the stronger sex will take up the YE' training of tigers. U nigh I6-YVhitewater holds lX'Iilton to a I9-O tie lfqjl '14 in spite of the rain. l .if I7-College High holds homecoming. leg, 20-And it rains and rains. We never knew that the girls in college had so many undisplayed Ulm Q7 talents. I 5-H 23-Cleo Woulgl like to l-:lpowlwhat you do Tai about rain-soake corn sta s Wien you Want ya them dry. Hazel gives some very excellent advice on how it is done but she must have the fill: J-,V sun out to accomplish her purpose. Qwlg li 24-Alpha Sigma entertain at Hallowe'en ' artv in NIen's Gym. U52 -Ti p 27'-Ray Hoops is chosen president of the Ld junior Class. Lyle Jackson takes the helm for xiii? the Eoplromores. Alplilli Sigma ldlu entertain ----l tie acu ty women at ousewarmmg. gp 28-Some local stars have gone professional L33 on Shakespearian roles. I if 'M' 29-If you see or feel any arrows coming your way don't be alarmed-its only the college ggi girls practicing archery. i lg! 30-Tut, tut, Nlr. Fischer, you shouldn't frighten the Freshmen like that. Thespian lnif "lj presents three one-act plays. ff 31-NVhitewater travels en .masse .to the ffl kill' Oshltosh glamea Score is 7-6 with Whitewater ' Q1 at t ie rig t en o it. Lfyy gig NOVEMBER I Lui, 1-jerry Cronin lost her voice-yep, up in QE' lg' Oshkosh. 2-Have you noticed how the Freshmen have mf! will brightened up since Nlr. Yoder announced that 515 gl school will be suspended for two days? 4-41-Inrrayl School is out. ki. '7--Whitewater defeats Stevens Point 7-o. I2-Big pep meeting in the auditorium. ELM fl? 1 I31NIllW8LllCCC game here. lt seems as if We lifif X341 just caigt shakle that lylilwapkee jinx. lg! M13 I -- ivma 'au amma ance artv. ,. ag-Bcita Kappa Nns entertaiii, at informal fi PW- .. ,, . . , , . Q56 lm, 21- Schatzy. and Cliff win the popu aiity pid contest. Nliss Bisbee p-urchases a new chapeau lk!! is-W -at least she paid for it. ' lg if 25-Thanksgiving recess begins. gl i DECEMBER M53 5-The Senior Class sponsors an all-college 1 mixer. . L I S Q-hflercierholds breakfast in the Domestic in cience rooms. ' .i ii 8-iXfIr. Lathrop gives a test and declares QQ-T, di that he almost lost his religion while correcting lilllifh WJ, them. EH I1-Pill Chi Christmas dance. 'ug hiz-Nlercler entertains with first formal of -s t e season. 5-N if I3-Alpha Sigma entertains faculty and fellow Pyll 'J students at tea. Primary Club party. De Kalb 3-:ll ' defeats WVhitewater in the first basketball game. will M JANUARY h ggi 5-Its the same old story-getting rested up 1 7 from vacation. If ii 'ffl if "1 M N42 , v-. Q lfixsmw ' " rr. - . as fi ii ,exngg ii. it t' l S132 iffy-3 v NV, if xv, 1 A ,xff hy-fXff N,ff-x"f.l:wi-xxf- .f tlwlrr :Eyy myvj: v Y K W Fist 1 1 AW' rxfxvf xmlf- 4, Nw,-,rrf wk gf , iii:raiiieftiaa-ra.Qtirn1csi'f Q-1 J - I W- 1 is li -l w.fta1iZf.Q t,lTl i.,-,z:. iTr.?52,f,TL'f,'j,Lr,,L3lh UQLN Y K 1 fy' - .-QA, . ,,. .i . . 'ij "zi'fF'!'?ES' i' i'-'M lfwll ,ffl rw . - l lift! I6-Whitewater defeats Northwestern Col- lfl lege. lg 19-Whitewater brings home another victory pr, from Platteville. 27-I6 score. fill zo-All-College Concert. , QS 21-Herman undergoes a serious operation. fl 23-Whitewater defeats Stevens Point 20-I7. 1. H3 zgelixtral l We have just learned that Uh, Dr. livans spent Xmas vacation in the south. 4 h 29-'She semester ends. Larson is seen talk- ing to ernice--again. f . ' FEBRUARY lt l 1-Registration begins. lf- QQW 4-Basketball game at Stevens Point. Q Whitewater wins-13 to lo. xii ,ll 5-Another victory-Oshkosh. 1 -I . 5, l, , 7 5 ,L l-:T 9-Oratorical Contest foes to C. Shearer. 7 hi 2- i gig 12-Milwaukee again takes a championship l 'ffl away from lvhitewater. ,E lifq I3-Alpha Sigma holds informal dancing fx U' party at Guild Hall. 4 . , IQ-hVll1lCVV2ltCI' drops game to Oshkosh. ik lbglil :LO-Hard Times Dance held in NIen's Gym. .Hi 23-Alpha Sigma Phi entertain new members. lk QQ 2.1.'-WlllICNVillCf defeats Platteville. if 26-Stlllll Night. ' Y3. MARCH l A if, i ill I-Whitewater avenges the defeat that Ye Milwaukee handed themiearlier in the season. l ,gil 3-Alpha Sigma formal initiation. 3 4.-Sigma Tau Gamma party. l 5-Phi-Chi-Sigma basketball game. The Sigmas hold a celebration afterwards. Phi Chi li 1 'Kg party at Guild Hall. lo, II R 12-Basketball tournament. lfyl I8-Alpha Sigma Phi goes national. l 22-Thespian presents "The Guardsmanf' 4 ll 23-Spring vacation-out of my wa l l'm N V1 Y -ffip-' off for home' R lfajl 25-'l'he Yoders spend Easter in lVashington. ll' ill" 31-Classes are resumed. l l APRIL 1 'H H 'fl Fi all 'W f A it 7 hifi. Q59 WI Y f 2-All-College Nlixer-the girls in the scooter race didn't have enough competition. as Crutch" wins 1 lace on the all-confer- S - 1 P ence team. 7-Ray needs protection. He has just been chosen prom chairman. 9'-:VlllWZllllCCC College Nlen's Glee Club present concert and dance. I4-Melvin and Hortense, our radio crooncrs, entertain us in assembly. lg-Mildred Perry is elected president of the W. S. G. A. 22-Pl'lll1Zll'V Informal artv. . . P . 7 High School Forensic Contest VI XX FII Sigma Formal II Spring Concert l rnnari Parents Dax Xlplri Sigma loimal Phi Chi Formal Beta K'zppa Nu Formal 'incl Sigma l au Gamma lormal 2E Senior Class Plat 8 College High Prom VV A A Camping. Iirlp JUNr 3 College Prom 8 Senior Picnic 7 College Class Plat 9 Xlumm Dinner IO Commencement .x..:n 05 iM 9' 1 4 ,M +P 1 a i 5 . 1 , J X i 'U' WAPRUUTLESHVFTWEKWEK HW! ' f 'f ' fe kv,-'l' 30- Y t ' . . R . M' 1 .f ' i , . . . 1 ... -.,L 4 ' 1 A . l .-1. 14.-.1 . . Y ' ' . ' A 'K 4 t ' . l b -. ' H lf lg! ' ' . W gi L . . . , lf - e 1 3 la , . YQ lf 1 . - 1:-: . --..1 ---. . . v- e w-- are i 1. my.: ' ' li' . ' '. ..x1-.Liu:.:4:.-: L. -.:.oeL.i.i- :.x..t.n' 'n ag .in.r......-gi...iL..u-'..w sz-an-ir- Lv:-1 -a-,I--5.111----au.-nffy--us -n-1-1-N1 fr- f - in-,,.f'q . nu A.: is . , A 'Ti V 1 mv 1 ,A- pxxqqfif Luk ,..,,,,, ..,,.W',-,iq qw- - ,f , "-35 X' 1 , A' filib- Q . INA? 'Mfyf 'g4:'x,,?.' X-rfx. 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' li' 111:11 ta. ,-. 1' l' ", t-:rw 'Trim ,M The "W " Club IS an OI'g311lZ21tlOIl composed of men ofthe college, - ff 1235 kill who are proflcxent scholars as well as athletes. lhe club stands Swif- sw, -jg for good clean sportsmanship in all fields of athletic endeavor. iii NW: tag . . . . tat: QV ltach year the dlstrrct lngh school basketball tournament and 3:37532 fi- . - . held meets are sponsored by the HW", Club, under the g'l.1lLl2lllCC of DJJ ff' Coach Agnew. 1 , .Url Eff 'fill . . . ,lr-q Duflllg the past season, a new plan of rssumg letters at a ban- pgs quet held in honor of new letter men was inaugurated. This plan " P1 A . . 5, met wxth unammous approval of the members of the club. M 'ees HL' ' PM 'z tt. STM l?fF'.. si'gL'l fall fm we 101 Lis, .LJ so fx ,,-. Q- ,,- gf' ,Q .- xv- M.. J X- -- .1 y- - ,- , X., N 1 N se f 'gg N Sf 'N X 'X . ' " ' ' . '. ' ' . , - . -. 4' 0' Af ,-I' .1 -t' iyggtjgfg Egffx Qfjgxgimgligkr 'gg gas, jfrl L nm 1 sh ti 52535-'1.i3'!,,w'i3, ff QM f wi not it ,f f X Q0 'N I- ,EGW--..H.,,m?.s....:afa?-f:1,H':gIV kbrf 7 V, Co.-xcn AGNEXV COACH AGNEW WH: were especially fortunate to have "Chick" Agnew as our coach again this year. He had as his assistant Edgar Schwager, the greatest all-around athlete ever to graduate from Whitewater. This was coach Agnewis twelfth year at Whitewater, and during this time, he has built up a record unequaled by any other coach in the conference. He has turned out twelve football teams that Whitewater has a right to feel proud of. His teams always have finished in the upper division in the conference, and in 1922, they won the conference championship. During the last five years, a one game defeat each year lost the championship. Milwaukee was the only team to hand Whitewater a defeat this past season. Through Coach Agnew's faithful work, his ability to handle men, and his knowl- edge of football, he has been able to develop winning elevens. Besides having ability to turn out good football material, "Chick" always succeeds in developing an outstanding basketball team. He has always placed a winning team on the hard-court Hoor,and this year was no exception for his "Purple,' quintet tied for second place in the conference. VVith only a small track squad,YVhitewater carried home their share of the honors from the state and triangular meets. With several veterans back, the I932 squad is expected to take a top berth in the conference contests. Coach Agnew's work stands out, and he Well deserves the title, " Dean of Conference Coaches". 108 J .rxfirx ,.- 7? I! ' 15 J C -' .. vybf.-, X, , J . , X h V' if f-.-J X 'V W ,Aw N. . .jQ,,,,,. A, , U, ' 1.' E., X "f x' 1'- ,-g .,,,, N ., N, A ,,, ,ff ,Ax X -V, M,,x ,- .,V'..x J- I, fvpf N 1 rm' . " , , f- 'r. if 'A-fr, L, , 5' ,gn . 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ILQQ Whitewater . . Northwestern. . . O 1113 lVhitewater . . Nliltou ...... od Whitewater .. Oshkosh .... C6 l i I ,Sf-.4 NU- v - - " rw Eff Whitewater . . Stevens Point . . o g QL Whitewater . . hlilwaukee . . S gfgyi P741 - 1. lf. "gg Total .......... Total . . I4 fi XXYOII Lost .... I Qin Nh.. irq ,-:iv 'qw rgif QA THE TEAMS MQ 'J "Q - gf F11-fx Team Sfcovzd Team F54 NIARTZKE . . Left End URQLII-IAXRT, LAMBIE, SCHOENICK RUTI-IE . . Lqfz Tackle . . BURNS, FRATTINGER A51 OMDOLI., EVERIIAIIDT Lqfi Guard . NICCORMICK, BENT sf HELDT, HUEBNER . Center NETZEL, ZIRATH, RUPNOW Mi PATRICK, KOIILS . Right Guard . . . LINCOLN, LEIN DOPKE, PHILLIPS , Right Tacklf . . ROI-IR, RIUNDT Li, il . u HI JANICSEK . Rzght Emi CAXIN, FAUST, EBBOTT ,STURTEVANT . . Quarterback . . . bl. PIAHN CRABTKEE, DOYLE . Lqfz Halfback . JACKSON, BIALONEY I Mi SHEFCIIIK, HEINZ . . Right Halfback . A. PIAHN., POLLOCK 'iff KROENING CONVERSE , Fuliback . . ISUTZ. SHEKORE Elf ,045 , ' l A .5 Q3 ,, ,ff Q 5 ii M .mil Ml lg! LAL' -:ip , L54 Q4 EW ADA KN? iii? iw Leg QW 5'-5 lf YF A1-Tai 'rx wg: wi A "jx 1354 Si Q fx-I QQ I X A. ,gn-f, fl" Top ROZUELEIN, SIIEKORE, BENT, POLLOCIQ, XIVANDSCHNEIDER, FOOTE, LANIBIE, LRRQUHART, -Lxrcox, ' HUTTON, R. OLSON, ROHI1. ling Sfwufi Row-WILDA, L. CONVEIISE, KUTZ, RUTIIE, NETZEL, ZIIIATII, MALONEY. LINCOLN, NIAIITZKE, ' AIANICSEK, FAUST, PIIILLIPS, 1i0H1.S. QT Third Row-AGNEW, A. HAIIN, lQIIBo'r'r, QI. l'lAI-IN, BURNS, DOPKE, CAIN, FRATTINGER, HUEBNEII, iii N I RIIPNOW, NICCORMICK, 1-IE1.D'r, WIIx'OO'rsKI, SCHWAOEE. 80110111 Row-H. PATRICK, liivEIu-IAIaD1', CJMDOLL, JACKSON, SHEIPCIIIK, STUIATEVANT, CRABTREE, I. l'IEINZ, IQREINNING, DCJX'1.E, SCIIOENICK. pk ' RS 'I SJ ei A-, 110 A,il..s.L - r , E r v r -.In1?m?E+:w:7G3w1. : - rrcrvzlfjf H?1?Tm1snffx?F111'4'G'f."S1rfl1vv1v'hSiFtw-'11vvmw1r2-v"'We' lg1g3ggf-7254 I I EW" ' fi'r.'r'7I'fC'f?5lQfiQYfFII1IrSvf I I S - 'I--em-I-W the-Aw. tv A I I J AMES U 'EXQJN A A JK A f Jilk JJ K " D . " fx ftmf' 11342. ,JQEVMDJJ Xl., . -. rs J- Q . sb I . Eyes. N., I, -N ., .. . X . A I , ' I .stiff A, A. an XM- O- V :X F, -H 'J 11 Q-gy .p 1 ft- - I J 'T '1 . 4 . . 1 . :y Iii f eff gif. 5- fi 3 ig' wg' -5 T ' ' " I Z - V "'11,i.-" I "P g. "ll f ?'fQ.".'f4-1 il 'fflnffa-fl'ff" M-fi' ' Qi" -F.-il.'A-. Nil I ' .fry 1'- - 11.11 .V .11. 1,11 - ,X 11' 11.-' 1. tai? f MQ 1 My ,. l 1 .-, ry. Lx.. li .g 1 .- ' fl i. " IFS " ag ij' -1 I, QQ, A lv ,b i-'9-4' .f i W ' 7 i E lb if 'if "1 2- - ' - , 'ii lPa3Q :AU ,'. A sg! ij: ji , ' 1' C reg f 'ke Htl lim, . lfh 911117 V . . DW 221' i l liifz lin., 154.1 12,3 - I l-if ' - rug 5i'Tf' '35 fllll liiilz, .irwijl 122 V 1 liflll OAIDOI.I. SH121fcH1K Hu1snN151z EYQH Mi - Sill ,wi FOOTBALL SEASON . 5 W 111'1'1awA'1'1iR 25 D15 lxA1,n 0 'f','- NVlntewater o senecl the 1011 season with Dc Ixalb l-lCZ1CllCI'S, Se tember 26. at llalmlton held. 1-,Nfl l-F J A , . ,, I '- . . . P . L4 ' Chick and the boys had only two weeks practlce with which to round l1ltO shape for the strong VGA De Kalb eleven. liven with several veterans back De Kalb was bv no means thou 'ht to be o11e of those I L s . . ,, . '. . . Q E 73-syl 1517 early season "victims . for thev ranked verv hi fh III the llln1o1s bl eachers Colle re Conference last vear. -ws Llkl ' ' ' ' L . L' - 1jl,f1 iff' Dc lxalb was represented by a strong team and had eonhdence that they would hand us another "Ui defeat as tl1ey did i11 IQ-20. However, Whitewater was after revenge. Playing bang-up hall the Agnew- lim ites came through with a good showing and defeated them 25 to O. Due to the short training period, bw! the team lacked the polish of team play, ability to handle tl1e ball, and the proper physical condition. .ggi But in spite ol these weaknesses, they fought their way to victory to start a real season. luixg Early in the hrst quarter a fumbled punt gave VVhitewater the ball, and with a series of plunges ff' and asses. they netted ll1Cl1'l:lI'SI touchdown. l11 the second .uarter two nice runs bv Crabtree resulted Dell 1.4 l P . s fl . . we Q31 Ill the second score, and the half ended with the score 12 to o. ln the second half. NVh1tewater was 011 Ei' the alert and turnegl two breaks into touchdowns, xlanicselc and Nlartzke scampering across the goal 9,3451 lean li11e for the markers. Schwa 'er aut the team throu '11 a nice test from the uartcrback osition. wlnle iii 1 'if' . . . . lc . l . . . q,, p Vllfl lgirf his kicking, passing, and returning punts were treats and sureties to i'ClllClL and tl1e fans. lr-'1'. L 1, 1-wg: , Jr. V24 W 1-111'13wA'1'1cu IQ Pl.ATTEVILL1i O With the lirst victory llIlilClA our belt and another week of drill, the first conference game and our 13221 ll0lllCCOIl'lll1g promised to he a real contest. Before a large homecoming crowd which overHowed tl1e C251 . Pri ifl rail' Mil I-'VY 1 1" 1 . - ggi: P '1 1,711 lil! 5111 1111 1 lil ill! rl MF "F l - 1 f 1 lfaj , itll ill l-79 Til -'Nl 5'1'1f1v1'1cx'1xN'1' NIAR'rzK15 DOI'KI41 l','3G lf-.L 53.3 " ' ' 111 film cQ7:E:t1E -1-e.....'L1".::r:mir:t::z:3":r::::f7L:4l3i:'L:f4g':v:a1:-fiizzfree-:f:ar:3f5-1:::ffms:11::5f:::5:z'11:1 ir1r5:r3:.l1ff1. 'FRTHTI-fd UYF4"Q!UF1--",2ff3'FfbiF1"qEF"q'1f:'F71iu: WI L:'f'Ei1'..a"F'- 41-5 11111r',T4"T'T: pu v 3" pLaF5711y-,'::'r'ff'',:'.:f"ijf'v.:i.r'y5f"g:J'g'1,j"fy11'yw 'Wilt RJ f , J Y XXX! ,fvw 11 'ef Jn kj Ill Lf ll'l1.'k! 1.1 ,Wil 'UW' 1 'lil -,I I". f uf", Q- ff lb M' ill J f U ."' lLV'i'X fgflxol Jl.e1 Jilxvkx JA'-f"lN iifli J' hfmt- ffl-fi ,fl'C:'tQ ' lly'fNV,'ii2'lkliL'N'y'sl5'ivB4--e H-xxx '-- J's:Xxx,f'i'1!'QA ..'gi'NPlll-kQAlis N ., ,. ,,. , ff- -,it ...Zz-., e',x L W., ,f.,..- . , .. .. .- -V-.1 f s ,V .. -i - , t- . -4.1,-4 .1 .- ,xl -. 1 .v v , ' ', it v VN t ."'Au 'L',"1 4" il tif: i. v '..- J -ll 4- J . v i -lamcsisx RUTHE CoNvERsE stands, the local team easily took Platteville into camp by a IQ to o score. The work of Aloe Sturtevant and his 70 yard run for a touchdown featured the game. Xlartzke acting as captain played an excellent game at left end, while Dopke and Ruthe showed up well at tackles. A blocked punt and the plunging of Kroening from the fullback position accounted for the two Final scores of the game. XVI-lI'I'EVVATIiR I3 NOIi'FHWES1'E1lN 0 ln our hrst out of town encounter of the season, our team defeated the strong Northwestern College team of llatertown by a score of I3 to O. The entire game was played in mud with rain beating down on the players. Both teams found it diflicult to handle the ball and fumbles were frequent. The first touchdown came as a result of a strong running and passing attack, and the second was made on a long end run by Crabtree, lVatertown threatened our goal line twice but the defense strength- ened and their attempts to score failed. Crabtree. Kroening, and Shefchik were the outstanding men in the lVhitewater baeklield while Ruthe, 5Dopke, Nlartzke, and Phillips played their usual good game in the front line. lVIll'l'EXS'A'l'1iR ll NIILTON o Following an open date. during which the team ironed out their offense, lVhitewater defeated Hilton by a score of :I to O. In spite ofthe soggy Held the boys had no difliculty in turning back the Xliltonites. thus keeping the old record of victories over Milton intact. Early in the game a quick kick by Sturtevant, downed on the two yard line, was turned into a score which decided the contest. -loe got ofl' another of his long runs for a touchdown in this game. The lVhitewater line put up a creditable showing. lrlclclt, and Cain both Freshmen started their first game for Whitewater. Caanriuzu IQROENING HEINZ 112 ,I .. .. -,,, ,Vi . J-Y, R. 2 - X. 1 fy X. 'g, lk., sl, l v . I rx.: E il r -i Heifil lit.: l ifgizj bil ltfrl til 4 Teil .gn LQ fxii il"-A lil! tal' .-,t W. ML' lit .2-1 JLI3 71735 R Y! ifll - gift M, tif 15? -, Fil 'fill - lffei ' 3?f":f ww ut: ltr? iii-5 Eff Dovms Pnt1.,t.IPs EVERHARDT ill' uri WttrruwA'rtctt 7 Osnxosu 6 rw Whitewater traveled to Oshkosh with no defeats to blemish their record. joe Sturtevant took ...aj kj matters into his own hands during the early period of the game and returned the First kick-off 95 yards for a touchdown. This plus Ixolnl's perfect kick for point after touchdown provided enough scoring to defeat Oshkosh by a 7 to 6 count. Sturtevant was given plenty of interference and wasn't touched by a single Oshkosh tackler. The run was made possible when Shefchik fumbled the kick-off, and instead U-.Q QF' of carrving it hintself, he let Sturtevant scoop it up while he blocked the Oshkosh man who was there to stop Sturtevant in his tracks. me The game was Wl1itewatcr's during the first half, but Oshkosh full of l10I1'lCCOIT1il'l,Q' spirit took the qi? 55 second half, crossing the Quaker goal line for the first time of the season. Sturtevant, Doyle, and Mft ljigf Kroening did nearly all the ground gaining for Whitewater, while Phillips, Dopke, Ruthe, Huebner, and Patrick were outstanding in the line. xVlIl'I'IiXVA'l'lCR 7 STEVENS POINT 0 :gi :EEN Whitewater journeyed to Stevens Point for the next game, to continue the march toward the State 'l'eachers College Championship. They defeated the Pointers by a 7 to 0 score and kept their place at L J ' I' i lf: the top of the conference standtntzs. rj- 'lr f' . . ' . . t Wlntewaters lone touchdown was scored in the second quarter when Sturtevant received a punt Ulf! in the Stevens Point territory, and with good interference returned it for a touchdown. The extra point was made on at place kick hy Crabtree. All rm E'-K-l limi 'A' 1' lei fa' lm . ' '-:il ti lu: l FL? f l Sal mi KW 'tri ,sg .L 1 l 1 X53 by 1 l i .tl .1 Wi lo! W 'rl rf ti ,xl fum I ,t , el s r i sf, ' " 'tbl , as Histor Ixonts PATRICK liil ex QL 113 tw. V71 - -.-,-.---.--. .... .-..--.,....,,.c,c..,..--.. -cc - - V.-- - ,F i i .-:L-1 V 3 : Luft -I ' ft cb f ' 44 ' 1 ' ' "T l'1'7.'v--4 Ls ..,-...yea fT":.L2,..g-, 'f"""T""""'.. r-f, L ' - - 5 f-aLE?L.f 'R'Krefrrixfyhvrif':tartar frmiwfrfw''QTrai"-fficiwftifwiffp-iff. 2-ima -we it tri V-31"fT"'L1i'TT? .-1 out iz. I-' vw 4, -, 1 ,Q .t 7 .1 -it V. 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Ruthe, Dopke, and Phillips turned in great games in the Whitewater line, while Doyle and galil Sturtevant did most of the ground gaining. lklflll , , r,..i .ii c:- , xX'HlTEXVA'l'ER 0 AIILXYAUKEE 8 L85 Friday the thirteenth was a black day for the Agnewites to have its championship tilt with Xlilwau- lg! iq? kee. Although the day was ideal, it was not on the books for 'Whitewater to win the championship. lk, The final score was S to o, but the game itself was a hard fought, closely played battle with every man rift VT" on both teams trvinv his utmost. 'f"f'f ll . P N K The ltlilwaukee team deserved the victory it scored by pushing over a touchdown and scoring a ltrj safety. The lfVhitewater gridders, however, completely outplayed the Milwaukeens in the third quarter fyfflg FM-ft and battled them on even terms the linal quarter. Wfliitewater narrowly missed scoring early in the QTL . . . . . . . . . N, li A third quarter by leaving the ball after four downs on the six inch line. 'l his meant that hVl1lICWZllCl' ggi again took second place in the conference, which by no means is a discredit to the school and to the EI. tea ID . fi Qi , . . . . f-7-li iff 'l he XVllllCXVZ1fCI'-AfllllvilltlliCC game was the last football game for Whitewater for seven men on the Q4 squad. They are Ruthe, Sturtevaut. Shelchili. Huebner, Dopke, Nlartzke, and Omcloll. All seven ,argl LEE' have been on the squad at least three years and their absence will be greatly missed next year. Shefchik, Huebner and Omdoll graduate in june, while the others have played their three years and will be in- ffl eligible for conference competition next season. lf1',: 7 1 ' yr-,, ' 'gig H 'l Y l 11 . , it i lgl sein.. : -ef.:-Auf- . -. Effsl if r ,up pil this til tii '1 flu evil L21 lfigj .,s wif' .-. 4 '- al L .2 .gpg- Fit Q1-ll W all-fl ltr f 'ffl Q! ltij liii las. lfil J, it lf, . ., fa L'-V 'ill il J is fill lf1?l i-ei gs-1 lflifl Wi? 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IO iii. Mig NVhitewater 27 Nladison Y. NI. C. A. , 6 gig? Wliitewvater 34 Northwestern ....,... EIS f 'fi Nfl v . ' . X-111 in W hltewater I 7 k'11lI2011 ...... 20 '-ff' QAM VVhiteWater 27 Platteville .... I6 Q51 mg Whitewater 20 Stevens Point . . I7 QQ. Whitewater 35 Nlilton ...... I 2 ggxgf Whitewvater 23 DeKalb ..... 2I U44 Wliitewater I3 Stevens Point . . IO VVhitewater I 7 Oshkosh ,.... IS M33 WVhitewater 26 hflilwau kee . 2 ' fgml fi 1 - J D E11 , Q75 xVl1lt6VV21tCI' 27 Oshkosh .... 29 YVhiteWater 26 Platteville .... IQ LEE Vlihitewater 40 Northwestern. . . I3 QU: XVhiteWater 32 lvlilwaukee . . I6 ff' L-4. -- -- fl! Total . . , . 410 Total . . 72 'fill wg' 3-Q: ifgl THE TEAMS .ng 951 XZ!! . UU Fzrfl Team Second Team QQ XM , H21 iqjj jixvcox, Scnumrr . . Rzghz Forward . . KUTZ, SHANON Qjsjg KRUEGER . Lqft Forward . LAMBIE, hflALONEY Qjljj r NIUNDT, FAUST . Center , SCHULTZ LU: STURTEVANT . . R1'ghtGua1-d . CONVERSE JANICSEK, BEISNER Lefz Guard J. JAHN, BENT -Effal fflfl .J .aff QM .41 iff H15 fig? lu tri 1341 S241 Q4 C51 do Wig mg llzgl :fag iw "Drk lflil l"J'5 ff-al 3:22 lllfl 5755 '35 fill HQ 'FA W in fr? S51 lg' lllf lf 'fi W? lil Exit Top Row-AGNEW, Kurz, BENT, FAUST, IJAMBIE, CONVERSE, ENGEN. .ij Bottom R0'lU-STURTEVAN'l', SCI-IUETT, JAYCOX, B'lUNDT, IQRUEGER, -IANICSEK, BEISNER. ., '. gi., C35 -5 116 fig? V " 1 k' ,TI J,ifjQQ3Lgi-.I if -, r .l .igfl,aj7jM.Q!gLf.Ql5jQ,1i,I fx, y 'l , ' .fi i .iicfflmm 5 . i v A " i A 1 LV . ' nt i ' Q zi . ii 3.5 li -5 BASKETBALL SEASON lVhen basketball practice started, nearly fifty candidates reported to try out for the team. Of the fifty candidates only three, Sturtevant, Jaycox, and Schuett were lettermen and six others were reserves from the previous season. NVith these men as a nucleus. and the large number of promising candidates, Coach Agnew had material with which to develop a winning team that finished second in the State Teachers Conference. Whitewater's only game before the Christmas holidays resulted in a defeat handed them by the DeKalb Teachers. Five of the Whitewater players used were playing their first game for the Purple. Both teams displayed some great defensive power and only ten baskets were scored, five by each team. DeKalb outscored VVhitewater from the free throw line and won the game by an I8 to I4 count. In the next game, Wfhitewater broke into the winning column by handing Madison College a 24 to IO defeat. The game was a one-sided affair throughout, giving Coach Agnew a chance to use many reserves. Faust, Mundt, and jaycox led the lVhitewater attack scoring 8, 6, and 5 points respectively. The game with the hfladison Y. NI. C. A. proved to be another one- sided affair, Whitewater winning by a 21 point margin. Krueger, Jaycox, and Faust carried the ofensive threat in this game and were high scorers for thc evening. In the Northwestern game,the boys displayed some real team work and basketball form, something which they had been lacking in previous 117 L ' ,,,,. r Mx' ' -. i i,: m,l ...I v -1 V y 'I 1 :A 1 .iii .. . .E ., Q' --'qi .M :Lili :ffl 'Q it i l T. "fi T1 M11 ., i. V 'I or-Fl 1: ijiy' 3 ll I:l F22 1. . ., VT.. iraq ly e ' .K 2 LF .VF if ., 5311 1 lfii iffy? iiiiil i ii 'ia-7.1 fl K7 tiff wil LVHLI bmi! tg.. ' P. 1 ,7 if in lkg-gl fjgi :.r-,Q 175,11 i -,dn llilii .A ,X lah film Wi lr 'ffl Q. .fi .ilu i Ulf SQL" :wie iklsfl lfrqif ali Hi fan? A - J :IQ I , a.. .J . L. '-x ,-, , 1 V ,A ,-Fi. .,.,i 1 i .Q 4, rv-' A.. F123 5 K.--A 1, 1 ,if '-. -E ...x 1,4 ,t -X, 1-4 .. l ,. t., 1 i A L .., -4-v .1 t ls .-,. 1 games. Krueger's good shooting eye, his floor work, and his ability ill! liffg to free himself was outstanding for the locals. However, the work of 3313 ll?-is Sturtevant, Nlundt, and Jaycox also deserves much credit. , The team traveled to Platteville to win their initial conference victory gill by a score of 26 to 16. Although rated as underdogs by comparative lilj scores in previous games, such as a defeat for the locals at the hands of Nlilton College and a victory for Platteville over them, Vlfhitewater com- 555 pletely outplayed their opponents, controlling the ball three quarters if-K, ljfj of the time and giving Platteville few opportunities to score. Although 3"-w' . . 4,-t, Q42 Schuett, Faust, and Sturtevant were high scorers for XlVh1tCWHtCf, the ly: entire team Worked together like a clock. Janicsek and Jaycox also 15.1 lui turned in nice games. f Displaying a good brand of basketball, the Purple cagers nosed out l Ui? the Pointers by a score of 20 to 17. It was a close game throughout 1 with the Pointers narrowing the margin in the closing minutes of play. ilfgfl Jaycox was the outstanding star of the game With four baskets and a 1 N iii,-Q free throw to his credit. The entire Whitewater team clicked with the Aw quality of basketball that looked like championship ball. "xiii In the next two games,the local basketeers avenged the early season ml . , . 11 ,M defeats by trouncing Nlilton and DeKalb. The team showed marked 'K' gfgj improvement over their previous games with these teams. ll The annual northern trip proved very successful for the boys de- . mf feated both Stevens Point and Oshkosh, and by so doing led the conference lf, with a clean slate. The team was greatly strengthened in these tilts .i by the addition of Krueger and Nlundt who were inelligible the first iff, Aa.: Env, J ig gg, 5 P is :C ' X' 1-3 .1 Lai ii i V .4 mildinvllf . , V :gf "X-lf' x ifjl lil M as ta 'Kill i -:A Mi lit' Qift f- - 55:3 W ' L Eff lil? 1 ' fi lfiii , . iffll i Cf' H - . tr ,QQ lui ilk? li! .4 lg' I Fil "fs :QV 4.4 Rel . i591 ,ES 118 iff, f:Q..4 FST i7:.7fTf'T Ti, Qhifif fl:5lE"...'E2:f'..rLT'.CZ-2.1'17-Tjffllfl-l"f:-7l7f2'L'-Tilf'fIf'Q 'I' 'Q 3 Abell' -L? I' ' '.E"f,'.1:'Q',li1ZZ 7. 'S 2- I 71' ' -' liliifll , ,X .V .. H- -, y -, Tl v T'T37T'f7iT4l?"7fT73""T' TT37"'f" W. , - 1' 'TQ 1" 'fl"T?'Z7 TT TrfT'iI5lf"fg'f11'1E 'ff' TIT 1'1'w.: fm? 251 tv ie. if at KJ me if ff-Q. if 752 rf J iw. .wi uf - ia ui 5. it X Q fr i . i, M . .FYI a ,VXI 'x --f' V' x ,"X,. be JK 'X 1 f ,1'xPL, ,.i N-'-ug- ,,,,fNi.fx- ,,:JN:,..,,,W ,Av-L, 1,-sv, 1-.NA ,,."-,!-k- ff'-,gli lg-..-,L!,,s r, ,J Mk 1 , XM 'A l f 27 'j-N y,i,"f1. 1 au, :fi l l . l 'QQ .Ll . . ., . f"Tt, ' A - 'fi 'l'l'Ff fn.-if mmm ' 'F -1 3.113 . , 3.1 , 1, 9' 3 .- , - , , "H " , i ,ji X' -5' 0 xiii . . l QTL semester for conference games because of the transfer rule. However. ,ffl Jimmy Faust was lost clue to scholastic requirements, and his absence was keenly felt for he had been one of the high scorers up to this time. In the Point game, only three field goals were scored by each team, 3 i-.' but Wlhitewater outscored the opponents in free throws. No outstanding Q71 ,f,.' man could be mentioned for these games, as all of the boys contributed well played games. gifii .la-! XVhitewater's march toward the conference championship was momen- tarily halted by the old "jimi," hlilwaukee, who defeated them by a score of 35 to 26. The Whitewater team had a decided off night, while on .iii the other hand, hflilwaukee was playing a superior brand of ball. hiil- wauke consistantly made long shots, while YVhitewater's offense and scoring aces could not get started. No one on the VVhitewater team was outstanding. However, Krueger led in scoring and Sturtevant l'.- did some nice guarding. XVhitewater's title chances dropped as Oshkosh handed them their second conference defeat. It was a close game at all times. The margin of victory being only two points, Oshkosh winning by a 29 to 27 score. The game looked like a Vlfhitewater victory throughout, but in the final minutes of play, Oshkosh forged ahead, and our boys' were unable to overtake them. Krueger and hdundt were outstanding for Wfhite- water, scoring 24 of our 27 points. In the return game with Platteville, VVhitewater broke its losing streak by defeating them 26 to 19. hflundt and Krueger were respon- sible for all but two of Vifhitewaters points. 25.4 KT, , 119 l , , , X, V 1 iff? iff?-f, f.iffj?51mg 51ff,fQl.,f-i,l.',.--.V .- -fi"-1 , ,A,f .. , , IW., ,r i . .g, . , , ., 5. N, N , I ., Y ' ,L ',' ,. ,, ,.,- ,V .Jw J h, rdf :f X, :J Q, W, 1 '.i V., W1 L .f .-v .f .r 1 ,i 1, ,-"-., R ,"'. x, ,L-.f R. --""-f' A, ' ' ' , X w s., "fx A' fl ta . .-k s.. ,,: rx ,Q 'af' sf 11. , . . , .-' '-..ff-f'r-A ,-,f , l . gl-3 'ij 1' il -fl 'D' Arg- , , N., "' " ' ' ' A H'if,5ri4 4 1 1 I f iss i... .-M. 1. . A If Hg 1 ' T'ii1-3514!-1 5"1'+ff' ' Trrrljvgrkffg f. 71411- is-.Til-zgza HL VW -, . 5:1 -3 The second game with Northwestern was merely a practice game for the boys. Although using substitutes throughout most of the game, they piled up 4Q points and held the Goslins to 13. 1 .. ., The boys finished their basketball season by defeating the hdilwaukee .1 . teachers by a 32 to 16 score. It was a long longed for victory and there- if fore one of the most glorious of the season. This game was the Hnal L71 appearance of Sturtevant and Jaycox on the IfVhiteWater team. Both men have been regulars and stellar performers on the team for the last 4' three years. 9' 5 pf vi? N11 I L, 1, is INDIVIDUAL SCORING . I G. F.G. F.T. P.F. T.P. ' 1 4 A KRUEGEIK . . . . . I3 35 29 27 Q9 R'IUNDT g J. .. I4 33 IS I3 84 Jfxycox ...... . . 16 28 I5 IQ 71 M. 7 STURTEVANT. . . . . 16 2I 1553395715 55 jg SCHUETT . . . . . I4 I2 32 32 Eli! FAUST .... . . fgw I5 Vo 5 .1 30 1 L J,xN1csEK .. . .. I4 II 6 IO 28 M NV KUTZ . . . 4g I I 5 4414 1 ' " For 41 BEISNER .... . . I3 2 o 4 4 i Q , l I LAMBIE . . 2 1 o Q 2 2 1 ' A-f Q2 A 7 W Total . . 159 Q2 I2b 4IO .4 lag 4, 'z -. , Q4 Q Tl .f - 1 ' "WET 1 . gg. L , 'I 'Q MQ 1 1. J' if 1 iq 4 ci ' , iid any A 1-1 J' 1' .FAS ' 120 Qgz-"""53:""T' '- '-'nU"" V3 5 " 'Z -' ' V ""i'f LZ 1...-14,19 fgiifplffli f. .l 'F??ETiTi2T4'-',-'-vi'lf52Qe il Qf1'1'L'gff.?i.f1,'L .KL fglfgzfi ' T6-I ME- I-V ly-'T' V' Hi .IIQUYTA M lil," 'J II .5'3x'iEfTRE '7 'W "' 'IW' "QV EWG? I ,fix ,ML ,.Q3LVl5N3dPws.aa.vMw.flQ4Q1t,5:t J' ,,". ,Y , T, iw .g F5521 nil EN. L. JF? IQ ml- 13554 S114 Nw, I ,eg 513 1- R 2 XQCI 5 A TNQ il?-X5 -134 Ki-1? pm J HZ? iam E255 M, . W3 if ,ff ' I rv. fi, sir., if 1 FAI Ffa assi! B! 4, iii? 23545 gm 62521 rr--. I-4 iw 5 P MQ J , I A , -., gy 55551 we Ll.: , V - VI -., 1-f if '45 I 5, -i L. wif-k ,ff '-,H-1,,,,.f - . ,-'-,,,',,- ..vw.' 1 , -. pi ww. ,A ,lr vp'-E.-' -..,S3'v,,a'j. .'.1,..l1, -- .f'.,,f.'s .mf .- za U '. f, 3 ' fl. lftiif Iii! iff? C3 ' 'ff' 'ffl' Q73 fl! " 'F f'.:l' 'li' . V 3 2 Q' ffl .J ,.,, . 1,1 v 'Qu T1 L 1 , .I ill 'sl lvilf. T R A C K :TILE -fs. -1.1 'fx ,r ,172 . If iff ,M - -.J iVhiteWater's track teams have always finished high in the Teachers W-Sl M Conference annual meet, and upheld their reputation in 1931 with a tu l QL third place in the state classic at lVIadison. YVhitewater was represented by only a small squad at Nladison, but M af "4 'jing they succeeded in scoring 26 points. affix lm A quadrangular meet was held with hflilwaukee, Armour Tech and ray, ,. H Y. Nl. C. A. College of Chicago in which Vlfhitewater placed second ' and a triangular meet with Platteville and hflilwaukee, in which they Q". also took second honors. VVhitewater was represented by a well-balanced lui ,, .X. f-'sl . . . 1 F squad, with Ninedorf the outstanding man on the team. He took three flijy, places at the state meet and finished first in each of the other meets. fjfi The following men: Ninedorf, Burton, Ashcraft, and Dopke won v , 1 -5,1 letters in track, placing in each of the meets including the state meet Wig. held at Nladison. Only one letter man was lost to the squad by grad- , 95.7, uation, so the outlook for the 1932 season is bright. ,lvl U., -Q ' xi ii,.X lllfi K " I' l .. , 4 15, 5, .5 .-1 1 N454 X 'I llwyl , ,Quit . I H TENNIS H N I :ff fr' -Q Hy! pi VIII "4 .24 I, In L: Pfipi W 1 1 1 ' I,-is In recent years Wyhitewater has been represented by a tennis team, 1" .iisgj zf. fi it in the State Teachers College Conference, with considerable success. ggi The conference holds a tournament each spring. Last year this tourna- xi" 'T MI ment was held at LaCrosse with lVhitewater Winning third place in g,j,'E if T rlyl the couples event. Q-15,2 In the first match, Wliitewater was defeated by a 3 to 2 score.. In , , ,I t e L ou es ma c ies oe an ii inzer W io ast ear won t ie ou es Fifi lm h i bl tl , d Pl 1K , l l y l D bl , Championship, won their match, but Kyle and hflingue were defeated. Efil lil' 'X- The tennis team lost only Phil Kinzer from last year's squad, and . . . . . My with new material in school, it looks to another successful season in 1932. w 1, :'.,'y iii aa if-. :r" W1 all ill! .4 il:-21. Q M ity, Clif! . ,roy PTY' 'iii ' 122 iff! :lv il Is-.. i -vm-at ,,-1--f----- --vl ' -. fx- - rw- f-qv-w. -- --. .V-1-V .-. L.,-J. ,. . .. f..c--- ,..,-.., -.,..,1.-.-in-fe---f W, ,... .,..- s- - -- -, gnu" 41.44, 'hc-, ,hi : -n- ca 4u:1..!2'a.'L..:".'1-1i-1'L'-,....i'L..v.f. Y.-. . .- cllu...-gJ.....3...-...-f 'f,4,,5......c..6.Q..TL.h...4:r..-L..-.- .- .v -1.i. 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W' 4' -4' ' wi' ' ' h I The results of the swxllhlnlllg: --.. ' uoyon' BANQUET! 'L""ii l'-JI: II I I ' I I ' VV I' Tim W. A. A. will l1BYfJ'Hl'l Hollow. bil V :V , lnluvl .lre llel lollmvs: I Miss llc-len J. Flmlmlml ul? fllll-I . ' ' E -- 'JT' l ' . Tlvllukec has been sevlrnl l 'rr-Banquet for an lm members' nl: 'lf'-dl QI!! QHISS GOODHUE SPONSORSI Hilfe: Marg. 1-emllerslnue. ' I ' IIIII: ' DI"'I'I'I'wlll he held in the CouzregulloInulI ,,.V SEVERAL SUCCESSFUL IH . OJ: bchatzlunu and lm Alan- IIIIIQII III 'lllflllxllrlzh rooms on Monday. June 1. fVIIIlg ,Ii.lI PROGRAMS l 'mm' 'H ' ' III: III I IIII 'If' At lllln banquet the honors-uweau llli 2 I A--- Side Stroke fur Form: Mary Fen- V I " "' " "' 'lf ers, letters, and pins-will he' pull I Mm umm-ll wmul nlgm nrournvlv lhurulunn, IRL: Marlon llellen, Zud: ' "" 'l""""" awarded. The Seniors :ire to lm l'l:l ' spunsnrml ny the w,A.A.A. wlll b:'fEsllmr Luouxer und Iva Mucllenn. Wm hw uw 'kussts of honor. Il. ls the tlrst LVUZ I ' l r v . ' ' ' I W" l"l'f"'l3" 'f""""K' F""m""" 1'G'3f1l- "'4I'I"'I'fI fm" banquet ur lm kind nu: on DY this ' Ml l T 1932 ln me rollego audllorlum u' surmm Dm, fm, BHMII IIIII MINI. Iq4II"3InlI7::l:l:F"'If orxanlxnllon. and all me members 8:-:ll p. nl. WW Lean and Esther Lmmen N, Mn- I'II I SAI "I are looking forward to lv. dellghltulq .ij The nrlllllxlln- I rum Henan' znd' I 'l'ell'l'llel's evening' I ' gl fa ' l llnn hun vnrrloil -' Slnndlng 'Dlve: Mnriflz l-l lla . log- nl, Li. W5 l-.ll I V um. mzmy suv- ll ' Q. 'lui lllnvy Fealhurslunvf xml? EE- Cx-also. Silo num Sermon PLAY DAY i fVlIVI:f "QQ eesnlul slum ' MI V .V Ulvr L001ner. Ilrrl. Mla5'ThllI'lI1lS05l wvlvd as l'llu'- DTMI 'mmm High school maya Nfl ,M 'nll4hllVl1l lhu num I ., Plunge lor Dlsumce: Mnrlum l""'l'1d Dim'f'l"1'S5 in MiIW"Uk9'3 ay Wm be hem May ml 'Img EKU: lil, -ll-lm mlm lllllu I' V ' H, llvllvu, lvl: ollve sellalzmau. :mn ff" "V" S-llllllwfi uw! HH llllll-21112 exI':" 'B sponsored by 'hc ll """"" lfii l ,,,,,,,u,g,.,,,,.m ,,g ', I " gif' I-Ialllor Loomer, 3l-lj, lmllrlufmr ul me Y. W. U. A. org ?Ui'fIgiIV'1"tmem '-'fd '-he W-N I. .Il ,IIII MMIII u0uduIul,I A Umm for Form: MBHIIII Henan, l.aGrnsse. Miss -rhulllsou ls u die Ulf b 11:1 hal: :ears sou: ll, ,VI l' I VI lm. ,W-,,,,,m. ag ' ls.: Elan, ,Ammon mm: Mary menlber ut the Della Dsl Kllmm, u Y. 5 c an 5' V- -- , .. - V- ----V-V-- A .B-.-.......... ... . .unlinnal umml-an mil-r-wif-nl -mf. . l 1VI'.' I, Lllu ora.-lnlmllon. nn , ,I , I , I 5 glasses nrc lnlur-I - 4 I, 'I 1' 'l'hv- WV A. A. gggsl on swlnl. Up ul V j'Q"',7 'L will .llalwl-l-lull il. , '- mfhlollnsnn nml Slllll' f: Nil 1 ' vm-ll lm:-llllzlizlnn C ' Filffilflllllg wllh n llllllll VI'T'4 l,l UU, IVUHIIWIMII WIN? 6 mL 'Vlllliiuilll hum 'lvlllllil ll 3 J ' - X f -x ' Xu llrws l-ohosrbl ' 9 A M nlfll' fluull lxllrplllllas llll-l., I-IIIl ,, . ,W I Ml, l Lf J W. A- A. - . ' nz: -l -' l ll' l ' ss-aw """"l" - ' TA ff' " ' H 1 I mkIIl:IjIri:ACrlhiunxfr rgwgrmn un? sicul I MISS Und' To Be Swimming ls one r-E the popular 'QVIVI I I I I y -lxafll A A M t' sports offered for students nl f-Tjg kl.l1.v prop.-ru. l I--nw remove ynul . . . ee Ing I I I I I I. ..I yr-lll' mul llrupl-ru' lllllnedlxnuly all lo T -i' IlgujxT:rl,CE::g1C:d:::enl:fenI:I- l l-lr ymu- .wl-n m-I. ' 5 The W. A. A. memhnra have , 8 K S' if'- , Y' -- ---. . ,, I I Pho lutermedlale classes moot ln 1I VJ l l ll mu hw-ll lm- mmzllrhi nl you. , -W -21-lueu torlumxle ln sceurlng Miss , , I 1, - - V Thin llnll week Health Exumllln- Charlotte wood as speaker at me 3- 9- Ol' 3 Ufflock 00 V Pdllesfllll' ,IJ lions hnve been glvnu Lo the worn- mmm. Hmmm! to be hem June 1 and F!'fd3Y- The 14735090 and 'md V Q . . en nlmlunls ut lhl: Wllll.ewu.l.er 1 h 'V um Wl""'ll'i 'l,l!'jllPFl9'WW7iF-:WL 34n'cm0k lil A , SIIII ,re II I II I I I Mlns llnml wus former y a mum er. IIII ,IILuIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIiIII.IIIIIIlIIIIIIII ,NIIIIIBIIIII I I 1 l , IIIIII I? A aqfev LUHTES' 31' Mm' nl thc faculty at 'WlllfBWBf2P Statol' M' WN W - " 'f y rg Im ...... I Q 1 . V ny ur nm r. .l zlrgarulfr I C H I M In 5 3 I, l lg L A A H ' ,HV NFISOII from the Chlld Wclfaro Gamers U age n le nxuns Gyn' clashes l fil . . . 38 vunrenu or we Sm Ruud Fdunarlment. After leaving here QI,-. ' ec ' 79 ' V V E U ll ul in lb Phill l l PPCSCIII Novel liil Lltue Pal-ty Hvullh ul. Malllsnn conducuad ll.le'5 " UW5 e W ne 5' ,n -V, exlunlnlllluns, These doctors cx-'NndB- Al IWBBBM IM ls 10345158 , ' L Evurl-mm unloysd- the W A A lgtlmxl m:?efulsl:rBn:ml 1ll0Tum'm me mugmh department at mel Denlonstl anon gi.: , - ' ' II lu H ll so s if lm 'l'u- V 'H' I --- '- ' 1 I II 'puny wlllrh was held In the girls I school Centers Lhroughoul. the xv .Vx.A. Spflnsors 3 A urge crowd amended me An- L11 g,pI1I Igym Ixml hlnlnlny ovenlng. Almul MMQI wmwwmu - Q "Nl ,, r ls lhe only - . . . 5. L',,.I mtl' Slrln lulnm dressed ln clllllil Slate Tvachors College Llml is hun- Gll'! S Hy Day I 'uma-I Physka:I.hEd3Z3umA Ixfmxl ',l.:i -ffl rnn's rlmllvs und many were cnrryw ored hy Lhls servlcle. The 1' 'X -1 mm an on YA Y' D - ' WTI- ' l W "c'e'3-- ln the Cullum mxdlturlllm. Q41 - lIil Ilnfrlllwrlr-1-:ll-1.1-frlzlylvelu-some. Volt Llm fvxnnlluallnns ls lu Rive The llllla for the annual Play' Tm. ,m,,,51' mom-Bm -vw, uhdpr Ulf Prim-s wr-re nwllrllerl ,tar !lle'll!'0N110cHve Lcuchgrs A kuowlullge nay, gpomsnrcd by the- Wonlelfs the direcuon O1 Miss Coodhue and IV ,nll-x-erm and the lunnlenl cum 1-1 lhe he-llllll work llml ls llelngmpm-mmf-nlnr pllyglcal mflumfll-n, ' I l'-Ilvl 'lunwn lu-len Calluhnn rr-cv.wlvml'Iclll'l'lud lm In rho uehnuls. Las been sez. for Mas' 16. Bight. T':ZIlTIh':I':B::lIg:II::m Pmsicm Ed ffl "i ' the prlzle inr lllu lxxnuiesl and nor 'l'llu :lol-lurll were very wvlj pupils from each of the following C D ' Iliff nulllt was rvrmlnly worth seulrlp: lllvlulufl with thu large proportlnulgclloulel will psrtlclllllfef Lllkc I II , , V, II WV," ll-lurlllvfl Hunllr-l mlrrled off Ll:-"' ""' """ " ' "" "-- "M M' lMllll1. Jlmesvllle, Whltewnuu' Clly iff" ".f'II5ffI13f fi' Va' lf" EGI1 Biff Iprlze for rzlm-crest., - 'iw' A' A' TU Have .l-ilgll, Delnvall, Elkhorn, lflxlmyrll. ' QQ" - V lIlLlfI 'E -5 ' Vnrlouu gwlnen mach lm Lnndull P . Burllllglou Lake Geneva null CGI- 'f 1-'. .1 " 9 'Aw . - l - arty Frlda Eve -,, . V, . 'F' 3.-5 'V Vw . Era! .g,-mlm ,md wlnlwyg ug-ru plnyl-ul.I y ' Inga lllgll. lhey are dlvlded mm' JI fy IQEIIIEQ:-II 'I , NIU Ii - E,-ery-um. d,,mVM to me Mme ol xuu Friday waning' Much snhcolrlr lull? Lllui uvolllillgu Itlro 'IIII Q16 lIl.l-l Marla Hnyrmnn. Rell-esllnmnls utiln lhs glrls' gym, W. Al A. l:IfIfih'm' Iain mYI,TL,,T'l Lanai: "ESRI lf lf,-II.l Ilnlll' lu-mn und wafers were served -lvnunnrlng lts annual Two undlvrgrgsrl or B' or D ny ll 'E I I IIIIV'-I:ju .I s,IJII.I Ill: mul everyone won: home lmppy 'rwu pllrly. Only couples are sd-V An IIIIIIWIIIII ro mm has IIIIIIIQ , I gt, 1771" 'lvl-I Vlvlllllk nm W, .A. V1l.,w0lnn mllled. . ' gp g I . :V -. " I V- mi N IVl W A A N tes J C ni ,Kasumi Im, an lllluluerl, lzuualstlng of mlxcl gunlcml - V V IVl.II . u s 0 ern' ro n' ' ' ' relllys, iudlvldllsl colupotltlon ln' ,iw QI- 1- lTu'x'c'd mm nm luis? cutxmwns swllnlnlng nlld lelmlsl. volley lxnll. MISS Goodhue Miss Tlm'n5o" 32545 A AV ,I-,Il-l tlilldlllfh ll has had for xevernlswm be made up by mu ,acl that f -'YC e m- I EIS-I 5,151 yours. Them were nhoul 60 ai uxela gm in ,nh ,I.,,,m,, Wm MI ' lfilw fswll- :lDe:5:IrthiIII':lE'l5"fIIz ISIS macllng lvnmany nlghl. 'rm ml-ou d,,m,, U . mm Em, WI AI AI 0 o 9 Ql:l?Irl.lIn:1l3: . IIIIUI Mm IIIIIIMI my ' lag was lu charge ol our Vlcs- mgmhgr ls privileged tu lllvme aI I IIII -A I RI" SIFLIIOII O: was HIIIIIIIIIIIIE 'rl Prosldenl, nl-nn Phllllfas. A very gum. VV, , . . , ,. , , . " S V l VPS' .Ir . I ll llllrll qll.nul nt apulus alll Imnghm and d,,I,,,m,g U, un, gum, i.,,,, VIII! enjoyable: program, eouslstlnx ot BI Alter s lhort program of vocal ll,-,lpn ,ml wl.,,kI Miy,,,,,, 5,,,,.,.,.5,,' ,,u.II mwnys Hurling lm MEIN op, In if Ivvvll dull- WOW' Bw' Yl'0"kmf and plana mlmunna, the evvnlflsml lu ,ll-.lm-llmrlllg W- Mills l:..,.4l. mm me p,,,.,,I,,,,,1 M,,c,m,,,, pm. fm rVIVII:I Ion tha llnllralxd. by M. Moy: lwlll he :mont in dauclng. Refresh- ,,,,l.I TIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII: HIIIIIIII IIIIII III IUIIIIII mm any cmumd UIIIMBIIUI V4 F94 B'Jl!5'?9Fl',9.'!'1-'!..'l?'fl'?. 'PWM' Wm B' ","'4' , , , "ff'l"l"'1 rnlneouuianll me flush.ts.ol HHN- '4 -'rf l'.i':7' .'l'?'i' 57" V1l7f""' -2 'TWT' "SV V' " ' WWF " L 'Q' ' .LV 15-V . .' .'."' 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I l,L.tf , 5,5 Y :Xi -N - v .xg -urn' , ,, .Q, Y., , . l Hal ' Li I-Q pi-fix V -I iiq Q'-ffl 'Tit IEE lil", 'T-JJ .iii 1,21 gulf' 9' F "-5 Ia-at lei Eff ?"Lj' -iff? 533 fri-i PTE rv-5' iii al-il ,J 'liz ffl' ill '92 5. is if?-Q:-i gf , l V A WF lil was ff To Row--ORLICKY, SCIIULZE, DIESING, XfVES1'I.AKE, IQILDONV, MAAS, MALDE, D. PIONVARD, BESITZKY ff-l hlili NIYERS SXIIJLTZER i WJ' Lf- L ' 7 A' ' . iw! Second RUM-KUCIREK, C. jo:-INsoN, VVILLIAMS, VFIIOMPSON, WALTER, NVATERWORTI-I, SwAR'rnouT, 5551 fig IIOSSMILLER, S11-PY, STERLING, P. BROWN. Q Tlzini Row-GRENzo, SIcIuIsIoRE, SCHURIAN, PEPPER, FIELD, SARGENT, KRAL, EKDAHL, COVENTRY, 'ggi .mug N PERRY, BU'rscnER, SACKIETT, BILLINGTON, CLAYBOLVGH. 1 .ilhil Iourilz Row-I-IEWES, I'IoLI.Is'rER, FRIES, ALYWARD, GAFFNEY', QUINNELI., rlREDINNICK, DOUBET, g,.::sf ITM FTOELZEL. CA1.I.AIIAN, Essocic, I-IENsEL. Wifi Boflom R0w'OXVEN, ANDERSON, XVALLING, FRENG, CHAMBERLAIN, LOORIER, CRONIN, XFENAAS, BEILGE, QQ FEA'I'HERs'roNE, FEATIIERSTONE, Kucmrscri, BENTLEY. gift? Cal - .. .r -:riff QM . . . 5:93 l Wil, --.I OFFICERS :fir KV 11,1 xy: , emi -iii Fzrft Sw-lzerter Second Semefter gig ry-4, . I r.- x - ." '11 CJERALDINE CRONIN P1-endevit ESTHER LOOMER 'yn ' is . . l 3 M4 FERN PHILLIPS V1cc-Prfxzdfvzt . . NIARIE HEYRMJXN jtiwji CoNsT,xNcE TVIALDE Secretar THELMA MoRRIssEY iii .II-.4 - . Q15 ANNE NORDVIG . Treafurer . IONE WILSON tail iii- 'rel - - - - f - 9:55 The Womenls Athletic Association of the Whitewater State Teachers College QM is a member of the National .Amateur Athletic Federation fwomenls Divisionj. As a member, the WV. A. A. strives to carry out the Ideals for which the N. A. A. F. stands. Its slogan, "A Team for Every Girl, and Every Girl on a Team" ex- Pigs? presses Its aim in a meaningful way. Q' The NVomen's Athletic Association is an organization composed of all the girls IH the college who are interested in athletics. It seeks to promote physical fig., iff' ethciencv amon the irls of the colle e. mzlth this aim in mind and under the Us R. Rl ' . . g . . I . T'g,,"l capable leadership and sponsorship of Miss Goodhue, this association has been ,Qji very progressive. This year a membership of almost one hundred was maintained. lfffi VM The most interesting feature of the XV. A. A. is its point system. It enables members to earn points for any kind of athletics in which they may partake. Pins, letters, and sweaters are awarded according to the number of points earned. .Qi mfg The social actlvities of the association consist of various parties during the year, Stunt Night, the annual Two and Two Party, and the annual Calilpllig W trip over Memorial Day lit. ' ' his p A p H I pe ypy S be 124 E.qic-,,'...-..:Q1Qi,,,..,JLF.,..-..-.-.Q gg. ,Q-i?1.3'f.gs,.fi ',fQ-.....QL .ig g1iogg.g..--c 13Q.ii1.ji.1fig+.i'.fif'..11'4' r 121- 'F-1'.:ffi.iT'lQ"Lff..f ' E 'P ffflie K' ' ffilfa ., fT'iv-- 1. Q x lx, X., 1. . ..v,:J.,,v Y, A - ,.. ., ,E -A f 1 A'-J-. : v.:f.. ,,e.-. .- fe ff . .1 ei '- EK f L -f f -Q . fr vw Vim' i le-L f rf wqgrzf Rf:-2 .. ,..i!,,.',.,., ',f,fV-r N -. ,,v1,.n., ..i - ,,. ,,g-,1, s ,,11.sH,,l,,,., - , W, ,nn lr.. ,,,, ,, W, 73, ,H YL,,,M up Y ,.. , -V , A 1 .hurl-L3 .-Vi:-I-,JW livrwhl-,,Jv!.,-, H,V-,ll-,Ai imm- sf, J, fx 'I .4 i x url' Y .za .N W ,TL- 1 1. A X. x n 5+-1 A-4 i :T K S ln., ig, , ' xr - V Q ' ""S'l :ffl L-1 aj a ' S as ki f f 2 T as :A --, it 1: a id N 5125 . 1 lpzlfd Fel Ei Jr-4 331' 157.1 1,5514 ,V-1 lui li'5s'5 7 W HW 5" lb, l 'iii le- lgyf 1sAnE1.1.E SACKISTI' EVELYN GORHAM LETTER AND SWEATER WOMEN ,, A- eg gill Sweaters are awarded to W. A. A. members who are prominent 111 athletics. My? In order to receive a sweater, one must earn at least one thousand points in the six ma'or s orts. The four-Vear graduates are limited to a total of three hundred '7- X ,, 1 J P . . , . points a year. This year sweaters have been awarded to Isabelle Sackett and Evelyn Gorham. A letter is awarded to each girl who earns a total of six hundred points in is-EE the major sports. Those who have qualified for that award this year are: Mary 'E Kg Featherstone. Mildred Freng, Josephine Orlicky, and Lucile Sterling. l l lx lr .E eee as 'il if if 4 fa' -' r l z l i 1 xi' I P EE . A all i ,IQ 1 A .74 T l FRENG ORLICKY STERLING FEATHERSTONE 'ri .i-A41 . ' lit 5 125 at 1: .xi :-'E5iE..Eg,Q,47f.:L?Eg4.i ini? 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I I h lv 'WA fi H o C K E Y Q1 I I . . . . . . xiii YV1tlI the passing of years, hockey IS becoming an 1IlCI'6aS1I1glY popular fall ffl sport. The number of girls who "turned outl' for the opening night of practice PQ! EQ' pavecl the Way for what proved to be a successful tournament. Competition L was rife. Even the first cold days could not daunt the prevailing spir1t. VVith JL the nucleus of the past years' honorary team, the strong VV. A.-A. team easily N- held the Held. - F, In all sports conducted during the year, Nliss Goodhue and Nliss Thomson Q1 select what is known as First and Second Honorary Teams. The following are the two teams chosen in hockey. lil? ' ' HONORARY TEAMS L it , DEI,I1X LINDSAY . Wirzg RUTH YVIEDENHOEFT p if LAURA XVESTFALL . W'1'rzg ELE:INoR TREDINNICK . V fl EVELYN GORHAM . Forward . . LILA NIONKAE y lNflARY FEATHERSTONE Forward . JEANNE LEFEVRE AfIARIE I'lEYRMAN . Forward IONE VVILSON l 5 ' OLIVE SCHATZMAN . HaUback ESTIIER LOOMER A l LUCY ANN BENT . Halfbacle MARY HOWARD LORRAINE NVINTERS . Halfback . NIILDRED FRENG LUCILE STERLING . Fullback . LOUISE NIUELLER , LENORE BILLINGTON Fullbark . THEODOSIA PIERCE HELEN CALLAHAN . .Goal JOSEPHINE COE S lin lvl' 126 ,Q ' - ir-e:-.'-1--:-s:wzier.1eg:e!g:gv----gL---V-xqgpfifaflnrfv ,gh ,A 1- ,fa K 'x , 1 K I I ,,. l X ' I V yjsukggif 1151 'ill' ao ' A, 1' N.-'xv wtf if J 1' ,"-.ff 'Ni ,H yi'-fy,,-' ""2' Lift N: t l I, A H If ix 3 if midi" '. .lf ' ' If -C-1,4 wx ,f pf , if I - ff 1-'I 2 it :ig mtffri -f-igietizliiitfdlixf. lf.fg:g?'a...:.:,:z:::::.:.T:.'.f1'.:s::QL1T:2:es4gQ'XS4If -wi:E'll1:Lh"""g"'f-:ff-I-:::,,x if,j'f,P" 11423154 45,53-:-.sw:-gzrffw---ff:Q73,E-73:53-Fjigggg X ' iii kiwi rv- 'fa lffi at L V' H kill live' Y, , I. ill YY -I , 3534 lt , . 7. .l vii at lx I-' sw If til IF 1 I A 7 ll Lg IL 1 ,I I+ III I I f-I ' Eli Y Top R030-OLSON, l'lILL, HOOK, l'l0LLISTER, l'l'EVVES, FRIES. lt' ' ,qv Sn-nur! R010-IJUDEMAN. PIIELPS, WESTPHALI., 'I'RAu1'Ix-IANN. p I Thin! ROCU'-FORTUNA, VYENAAS, ELLSWORTI-1. :gl I FM Bfwtlom R0'Bl.'1hl0NKA, LOOMER, XVENI-EAM. If' W: 1 'xiii N I CIAPTAINS BALL H .IJ ' if IH There are just nine weeks in which to develop a Winning Captain Ball team. ,lj During this time the eight basemen concentrate on passing, and shooting for p F555 baskets and to the captainsg the two captains endeavor to perfect a high reach p and at the same time maintain their equilibriumg and the three guards try their Hg, abilities at keeping the ball from the foe. Thus each team participating in the lfil tournament battles a Well-Organized Opponent. 2, iq I? HONORARY TEAMS H. I 4 I A Baxfmm 'ln Xig - M Q- Fzrxt Second I' IE . PM 'lil VIVIAN HEXVES DELIA LINDSAY EW PIIYLLIS PHELPS IONE wVILSON Tlx ,jf FLORENCE XVENIIAM KIOSEPHINE TRAUTMANN W5 "' 'I I gil l'LORENCE DOIIERTY MARY FEATIIERSTONE AIARY FORTUNA LOUISE .b4UELLER ll " LILA lX"lONKA BETTY KRAL 5, Y if .IIXNET GREENIIALGH BEATRICE BUSSEY Q l:.LOIsE WII..1.LxIx-Is IOLA NUGENT l l . I- I . ' Captamx " . K" . , kg? LUCILE STERLING ISABELLE SACKET 'I , ANITA JAQUITII FLORENCE FRIES ,VI I .' X I 767' Guardf fl If ESTIIER LOOMER JOSEPHINE COE lhlARIE HEYRMAN NIARJORIE HOLLISTER IRI, LENORE BILLINGTON JOSEPHINE ORLICKY ,Mx V171 I' lip! ' ,eil 127 ,l' QSIBXJEEH--W '1'mEEZ'..'3'f'!33'iE::.if5u. Lm:'5"SQ..4.'-- "f'--- 'f-'uf1:x2.2s!.L':1E57.g.sLi,:y1T1rY'K1--'ffiivu':'g'?JW:,1:lI33f::p.-vfne-,wma1--gi.-I-pefmzpgmvigei ' I - '1 L I"'Tn"! If I ' I "- :vi 'IPI I Y rg wp, ffl? K7 vw I, hkliv, K ,I lEU'ifij7lPllW.7!I JLII LIWR JK. we Vcfttbkx LJYQM Jas. 4 s il., L 553. ,fx-ixwev ALAN J gmt Elk l932 3,7419 ' is . +A . 1 1- ififllullflglm same., or ,E-gr' 'ff'-':':12'f1-S-v'---1-2-f-.1--L+ - 21 'S "'1f--. .,-?,,,i.-1, g-,L,mEF,"3" ' -- .-:Jw -' - -:sbs-'A-----Russ-.'-.adurw-2, I ,V M 4 ai 5 fri ? M ' ' 'F .W ai M 'Ab aff is ' if! H .f. U, HS' A ' W ' 5' -. ' . VA' 'W a P , H W .-. A . , Q HEYRMAN CRONIN NUGENT HOWARD LooMER I 1 Q W .l- .l, M ' A 35 B A s K E T B A L L if Q Judging from the number participating, it seems that basketball is the most popular sport of the year. For eighteen weeks the girls literally flocked to the gym for practice. There were two sections, beginners and advanced. From .f 5.3 the number of freshmen advanced players who appear each year, We come to M the conclusion that basketball is popular not only in Whitewater, but in the W .34 high schools through the state as Well. A 5 An exciting tournament was conducted at the conclusion of the season. Each Q team loyally battled every other team. The W. A. A. team Won the tournament. A . . ,I M 64' .3 fi. VW 'H 3, HONORARY TEAMS fi W W Q First Team Second Team Ei I' , 'QV' 5-2 F orward: Forwards' M MARIE HEYRLIAN HAZEL WESTLAKE W JOSEPHINE COE MARIE STEIN fs A LN .e. .o. M Center Center ' Q . W LENORE BILLINGTON ESTHER LOOMER .if fi Q Guard: Guard! M M GERALDINE CRONIN MARY HOWARD JOSEPHINE ORLICKY THELMA MoRR1ssEY 2 MARY JEAN RossM1LLER IOLA NUGENT Q mfg Q I n In .. . . . . - W ,.,. . ,,,. , -ri , ,E . . QKQIE I . I I 1 w ,ft-.'N."'Xf ff wmfx wwf,-f,Qj,k1J5Ex LET . mx-I 1 fl. efjwv at . , . N., - 35 PLQMmIQ1gQ:7,S2f.1'a.afnaQt.Qf'- Aigaala fiflllllllfilfiw Ie'l5't3-S35 fm I52I'EI?Q"aM4.gY,E Q24-fin-f:-g.:.z...- ' -.-.....,,.Y,,,,.:...c :.., :Liga A Plugin? Yr A-- a+-jg- :,.Lm:,5E,r-Q7 V Y , l . IW, 5? W r.J4 ,, , , 9 , Fl . 1 l 'fl 122 p if-1 51' .I rl I . . iff- A L41 I l Y. all ll' 'rw 55.4 pe IQ! Top Roca-Duarz, BUSSEY, HERDE, XAIILLIAMS, GAEDRE. Bollmrz R050-XVILSON, l'lOXVARD, HEYIQAIAN. E5 I-. . , Qnfr .T . YOLLEYBALL ELI YYY . . . . gp Volleyball IS another sport wlnch IS conducted largely through the regular gf gym classes. -Each of the various departments of the school is represented by if EW' a teamf Besides these two VV. A. A. teams are chosen. As in other sports, a ix Round-robm tournament IS held. This year the Commercial Course and four- I year High School Teachers team won the championship. A- ll 'l a , f HONORARY T1tA1Xflb ' lim F irrt Second l L E -IOSEPHINE CoE MARJORIE PIOLLISTER kv DOROTHY DIETZ LUCY BENT I p lfagg AJARIE I'1EYRMAN PHYLLIS PHELPS QM - NIARY HOWARD PAULINE BERGE FQ IONE WILSON NAOMI HAHN F A l2LoIsE XNILLIAMS JOSEPHINE TRAUTMANN ly. LUCILLE GAEDTKE LAURA WESTPHALL M3 it GLENDORA HERDE VIVIAN I-IEWES W BEATRICE BUSSEY ISABELLE SACKETT Ffa g-1 'STI , - fl. 'N .l:"' ' ,mg BASEBALL I t, . ...' '71 Baseball IS considered as one of the m1nor sports by the girls. Fewer people Silt? go out for baseball than for any other sport. One honorary team was chosen. gf L I l 'Fi ' r E-. QV HONORARH TEAM , I LENORE BILLINGTON ESTHER LooMER , HELEN RIDGE BERYL MESSERSCHMIDT L' .M JOSEPHINE ORLICKY NIILDRED HOELZEL Q' gif: THELMA l.V.lORRlSSEY AVA I'IARRIS Q HILDA BENFER GERTRUDE Essocri 1.9 Yrltif, -' ,JL-f-1 .T' .4 'Z :T'.".'.'.',Z,4,..-.fig -..- -.- -.d3Q.Lff.L-.-. Lf.:.LTL?L,:LLZ.'12IEifITiL'f:57.122:17-Tl'7SZ:!I':LL13i'2.If.'... TRFTKEUFQQQU MEFF? .fha tv DTI niiffz-2 ,nil lit' ifix UTI ff in 223' nl Wil Wm Kr! JJIZWMXE ,.ffv's'f'v' s fx"-- a ,f- -iw-k'.f+-fx ,f1.,A.g'.fL13la,'gal-J:L',f5.Qa. ,M?2.'.-mfs.LMA.. ,Mila Jw fa I 4 , .,,,,, I 5355, lin. :tml Qjgwippa s ,-xy ' ,f ,tf',,, W ,-M, fb a' BQE 1' 'Wi fy 4: -i-H u n ist-.ii ,ffm X Q 114' T ', f , if A ,A-.,4,.' , ,'.k1,f ' J: Af Il.-wr! fi Mariana iQiI'if?fiW 'X Q s .iw -L - . . J sie-'ima Ai ti il ,- -. ' 7- W." JF, f.: 1, H if If-1: Nw, we l, L-ill Ill 1 I ' - A Y n Y, ,gc-,,........... ...Q...........,.,. ....,.,,...a.. V V ..,. .,.-.g:4 zz.-'F sg."-":m1..,n--Msg?" if - - v 4 5,525 7 7 -N c,1'?:Sr::L':-.-:if:1'Ei:f::E:L'.'E,"'T. -"i ir 'r--wav ARCHERY Archery is an old sport revived for modern enjoyment. It is being adopted by many of the schools in the United States because it is not only a sport for the best qualified, but for those individuals who cannot partici- pate in a more strenuous sport. The idea of the game is to hit the Bull's eye which gives the archer 9 points. There are four rings outside the Bull's eye which count as follows: Outside, I point, next ring, 3 points, next, 5 pointsg and next, 7 points. "Hit the Bull's eye" was the cry of the girls around the gymnasium this fall. Archery was introduced in 'Whitewater for the first time this fall by hfliss Thomson. GORHAM 130 L . W V h.A0, -1 IX: vs' IT 45 'Y '34 'X Early in the spring, all the aspiring tennis players start an encampment on the Graham Street courts. Rivalry is keen. Competition is intensified by the presence of scheduled classes in tennis. Late in hflay the tournament is held. Those in the beginner's classes enter in the Doubles matches. The advanced players enter the Singles meet. Evelyn Gorham easily outplayecl her opponents and came off victor in the Singles match. The Doubles championship was not so easily Won. In the final games, Hilda Benfer and Josephine Orlicky were the Winners. ,-.. ,mrmtra if ,fi F r VIR? 'W la all li' ba M, , ,iw is ni' "5 lag 1 ia law lx? rg lm 'w tai Eli ni EQ' ii Ti 1 llil 125 Hal ti all .Eg i-gi Mal l Wil M rqyg Lei i.. w L! is ,:. 341 , 1 ill l' P1 v. 'K . Z,-1. aaa - ..-,. Q A f:.- - 1-f -1 1 .7: -is-asian?-Q-.gr 4:-ii.- if-f.-. ' v, - KV T UJKWQK WQQYT 515 :if K si :4 .Tu J FTE lr, v -p -J .V ... ,-N -- , ,ff-Y .4 ,- -- .V 1 -. ,- Lg- fa . .J ,-s .1 x - . ,. -. ,- -. .gf X, ,N s .,. ..,7 .51 ex .-.X 2' v . fQf:.f.f1fQ. :ffl .fQfjQQ-.'-ii' fl 555553 il 'Tf'Ef'Q?5iZ."'-fiialjjf , A 'Tfi!Q11'A"f5Bl.fff7fl'fff- ma. ..-...-....,,a ,..., l. Elf fig l" 1 lf! i-il 'EZQQ - ETL IBTERPRETIVE If l D A N C I N G my-4 gui The class in Interpretive Dancing is open to any of the girls in college. It is conducted lit over a period of eighteen weeks by lyliss Thomson. The girls literally learn to float around fgfil the gym floor interpreting any and all sorts of music. Q-ij? During the course each girl lj. iljs is required to do an original interpretation. These original W7 dances are then performed be- Fil fore a small group. "The end of dancing is pleas- W4 ure not use." H139 tal ' l'Ql iiizl kilt! riff E21 Y',j,f' W7 F15 324 ul 'L l if 'ill l lite if ,QQ lil, P L A Y D A Y tif. ,-1-,. Wil , 'l One of the most interesting features of the school year was ' Jyl Play Day, sponsored by the Physical Education Depart- QM ment and assisted by the VV. F qi A. A. lil: Last year there were live ,ffl Q52 high schools represented at the LY!! 1271 meeting. Girls came from gig? f-ll' Janesville, Palmyra, Lake 'W Mills, xvliimwaref City High and College High. The group Pays. was organized into color teams. There was no inter-school ll competition. J- l"9 . fi l lgjj The Menls Gymnasium and lp lfffi Hamilton Field were the scene 1 rm , . . . Af of the day s actlvltles. The - g 5 1 sports engaged in were: Cage ball, Relays, Individual competition, Swimming, 4 Tennis, Volleyball, and Baseball tournaments. eg It is hoped that this feature of the athletic department may be continued and my enlarged with the coming years. gm ,nit wi ..'.i, IU 131 llirn 1',Z1V9'f '.T....,.4.Q.' ny '- ' .El'2:L.tZ1I'! 'lf 'll-l"f'-Q':iLl,Q.'lfi',1f'.'.L4f .f5"'Qii'kv,Z'JYx.ii7Jkfx'!iJ5b' Jli,if,,JV-f'kifi-.PK XPS'-.Jjglsbi Rfglwggli-Eifxvzlvgx Jlvi lv'-s fiflxi-J"!ik4Jf!Y'l1-fp. pn fs A 1 . V. Q ..1,. UZ Q .- V . W 1. V1 W A X9 AVA W 'x-I 1 ' llmflf' X51 'W A W - W e W 9.v1'.Q. W e W -1- . .. , ,, Y, 1, M., ., 2-.3, i.i-r ,,,...-Z.: ...L ,WNY-5 li I h , j ,Ai V V If , , 7 Zi fl! M 'fic 'i 19 ' ' N fn .i fa Q Q if if .l. e Q .- '-J Y? N1 iii T -A u A - Q r Q' 25 Looman FEATHERSTONE HELLEN li W 5 4 S W I M M I N G T ' This year a great number of girls turned out to learn the art of being mer- I Q maids. Classes for both beginning and advanced- swimmers were conducted. Y fl Several of the girls passed the Life Saving Examination. 3 if In the spring a swimming meet was held. Those who emerged in the lead 6 were: Marion Hellen, IQ pointsg Mary Featherstone, I4 pointsg Esther Loomer, Q U. QM ointsg Iva lVIcLean 6M pointsg and Olive Schatzman, 5 points. The events W r f IF 1 A M Q t e contest were: , is ' I. 60 foot race. 'i' E 2. Side stroke for form. 43 2 3. Surface dive for brick. V Q Z' iJiiHQLn?Of'Cl22z...Ce T ,ng . . 1 Q 6. Crawl for form. 1 sg Q W' '45 5- T R A C K fi W W .n. 1 Q Preparation for the annual track meet is conducted through the regular gym W Q classes. The events and the results were: Q1 Event Winner i Q- 50 Yard Darh GERALDINE CRONIN 7 I-5 seconds 'BE fl. Running Broad jump GERALDINE CRONIN I2 feet 5 inches 'W ik Running High jump OLIVE SCHATZMAN 4 feet-New Record -' S leer Kick LE oar: BILLINGTON 8 feet I inch Li ,F oc A N 4 I V. 2-6, Bafeball Distance Throw EMILIE HARTMAN I 38feet Qhmches-New Record M Bafketball Distance Throw ELEANOR TREDINNICK 65 feet 5 inches Q 132 ' U. 05 .15 Q B' N ' H i M3f.! W.ll3 ,f ffhw lj! if Ml. V ' V6 W' AK " Wfihi ' fr J 3 5 13? N., F Ngiiiziz-:-:Z - -ff" Q 4 2 i Fizfzit' ' f I 7' . . ' I ' .2 . 'Lim , :EE1c4YF:. 6l ,. . g.g:1:7" "Avi:-Z9 - ' 5 N, .. ......,. ..,.. ,, L, ,Wy ,. ,K ,, l . .. ,.,.,: ,.,,,.,:,,.,:,. ,,,,, . .-.-.- i .,: ,.,.,,:.,,, ? , f. 'cf Fil,:isa-HQ-M-miv,5sg:ski11:1asiaM-1-5:-we-2za.Z:za?s',2:ar:4:f:31::a:-:-:-:-:-:-:455 ""W'3!35bli5?Y5NR?.'337G'N""' Fi: . . 2-2-" 'iw 4. 1-.Q-.Q .M 4453:-' -Q QA llfijr' 1932 - Wag , ,,,. S., , ' j,X X - ' 1 ,X 4 X,x- 'L ' , X f . X X X X XX 9. A 1- 2 L. imliiwllflifrfi M Q. W m v s as K3 fs M1 W W 'l ...,,,. . , , i.,A. , ,,, V . . 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' l A 'f l fl ,. , X l f 'U lf l M lil I1 J -I X y l 'M' f I I 1 . l' V F lf ly lg ' ,l,s'EfNIoR CLASS 5 K 1 Q NJ ' -' l ' V 'Hx ,l 1 , I J X jg , J my .. I 1 M 1, 1 Q 4 , ' W ' -. ' ' ' l ' r . ,M - Q ' L -. ,, I - f OFFICERS .X l ,JU lm A215 l W ffl llll , JOHN BROOKS . . ' ref dm: 6' M 'iff N f . I l l f QQ' ELIZABETH TRIXICHEL . ,flea reyideni l ' , . l X C J E XNILMA DEE ILDENFIELD . Secretary-Trfgurer X 'lu' ' 'if 1 Clan Flower 5 L 1' l l Yellow Rose EQ l , -751, fl l . lp ' lvl Clan Color: Yellow and Lavendexr H lil N ,CHL LE' 4 QE Clay: Moito 2, X Out of the Harbor into Deep Channels. if . , , 1 . ' jf! -1 L XY' l Q Mg 134 am: 3?ff4:.n::Hf21tvfifg:,-fAi::l-:Ei---J-1-Awwf-5---Hfvf-diff-lg M T1-V "ill 'WTq7lT ' l "W 7 'Ei QW H l"l"r1 ' "' ln' ,lil U'-1 f l 7x'3'i1nFf'7"V'? RWWME-FlfqMi2Ai5J5YwEKf,4lLwlv,l45l?- E +1U,f2xu,M lilwwwll Q I .wr 1 . ' A- ' i ,ff Ll " f ' . 5' 4 -M 1 if Iv ., l , - ,ff - . ,,f, f .tl , 6, " ' , My 1., f' .1 ,L Q, 1 A lat 1 1 f- fi, - I, 3 ,f 6, . -- - J rfrtg-alibi? liiif- , 1?3f,f,f.f5 ifdff , - , "L 4 1 Z'W,lU xv' f-"WK .G-f 'e ":-f'i'.1?f'ii'-. . 1 , M -f 554 T11 "R-ft " e-ffm mf" ..rT'wf!'?1 . 1125 . J JZf.fa1.t,Lz i l 1 Wt l' I '1 It .l2,31f,.?l, ' , -at U-1"l':'li'A-T"Ll ' -'4l-:Lg 1iil2gi"iix-:Liaz'v:-:5::::z71::zt:1J'3TJl :Jiri 1 . ft ftf" . ,: 1 A lei- ll ,." . .gf ff-W' 'fe 1 l'E'.,f f' 1 f Q -' if l ' l if AIARGAIQIFI' ARNOLD f'1FfvER12TTCALK1Ns,4 4 ' - Whitewater ' WVhiteWater QU' ef 'L QT, "Thr world if madf' In 'Hind Frefhmfn zornnqf ,-4 nj, t E554 ln' r11.,fo5wI ' 1 dz'1'1'd af hr fpoleiff' 3 1 .. F-1 " I 1-j .-Ind I :hall makr flu' B. A. A. 2, 3, 43 7' V 1 3 iff mor! nf il." Football 2, 3g Lambda 'a 'A -I. H. Il Captains Psi 2, 3, 4QiL2lCly'S1'lllTl1 in f 54,74 Ball lg Volleyball zg High School 1. ' ,129 lf- v .,,.,,. . 1' ,J .. Vp llotltty -, Lambda ls1 2, 3. .15 Glee Club lg 'lu1.1A CHURCH lily' P15 Girls Club 3, 4. Whitewater fl "Sheff mil, ,rhr'.r fair: gl 'J'hf,I ZJ7'1'171,' 'TL Mg' llolix BROOKS il , You J'6,ZdO77l 'jimi lmr ,ffl glfl Whitewater l1IlfZL7'F grim." will 175, "fill grfnt n11'11 an' dvml, XVauwatosa H. S. IQ lg? and I am llUf.fi'fHlIg G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Vice- lfiil, T ' wfllfl 1 President 33 Glee Club '54 ,1. 1-1. s. lg rs. ix. A. 2, 4, President 4g Nm- 3, klif 2, 3, 4g Lainbda Psi 2, gte 3, President 35 3, 4g Dramatic .lg Class irls Club 3, 4, Vice- EJAQ President 4. President 3, President 45 Q27 3, Dramatic 45 Class Secre- Mxff tary and Treasurer 35 lit, ' , fr Prom Committee 35 Or- Q, ji' l chestra I, 25 Lambda -tj U -N ' cj ' ' A'1'1115R1NI5 BRUIIN 1 Psi 2, 3, 4, President 43 DJ lfagle M i n n e i s k a Stall 4,5 ,N , .. "Sha may br' qiliff but 3 Captains Ball2gHockey fd you rzfnff' can lrlff' 23 Basketball 2. will hill' X Eagle High School l, " -1, zg ',.Waukesha High W11.13t1R CLARK J School 33 Lambda Psi 4. lf Wliitewater . "'-1 , , 4. "Al jirlt in the "n 0 "A V, 'V girlr, but vt1'a.e'f'Jgrt: Z C . . ff bin." R P,lf'lj7 ' A" el, bl. H. S. IQ B. A. A. Buiavxicip BURNS 2, 3, 4l Lambda Psi Whitewater 2, 3, 3- i Njlfi USM' ir ni Scolrlz nf hrr L . ' ly Aff name. 1 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, GER'l'llUDE Diuzsnow N7 - 43, President 45 Captain Whitewater ,X Pj' Ball ly 33 Volleyball "Thr'rf'.r fo11u'rhz'v1g abouf 4, kd, 1, ag Hockey lg Lambda hart you will Hier." L53 Psi 1, 1, 3, 4, Glee Club Lambda Psi'1. 2, 3, 43 ,E-lf, 1, 3, 4- Ninerte 3, Vice- 1 Girls Club 4' G. A. A. 43 .3 ld President 3g Girls Club l Class Vice-President ll V4 1 l 3. 4g Dramatic 4, Sccre- Captain Ball 1, 23 Dra- 7,1 tary-'l'rcasurer 43 Prom matic 4. Commitiec 35 Editor j ji N'lll'lllCl4li'l 4 B if M ' i 6 ' - , Y' FLORENCE BUTH ' it ..1 Milwaukee Wrzsmav Dnssnow Ll-Y' S' I rr111'!-1'm loo b14.fy.,' . Troy Center QF sl. ll. S. Ig Glee Club "lI4"J from .illumi- JA3 - 1, 49 Ninctte 33 Class l b14tllzalrloe.r1z'lpror1r ' jl SCCI'CIZlI'f'-'l1l'C3SUI'6I' lj 611I1VIfl1.llg. H l Girls Club 3, 4, Scare- Class President Ig if tary A1151 Treasurer 45 '11CllI1lS Ig B. A. A. I, 2,. li , Prom Committee 39 3, :LQ Baseball 2, 34 1- l 'Lambda Psi 2, 3, 45 Football 4g Lambda Psi ' i i' G. A. 45 Dramatic .lg I, 2, E3, 4. , . I Cl1HlFll'lHYl .lg Student 1 . , I Nfl Council 35 Declamatorv ,f ffl' 1 7 . . ' ' . . 1 LL 21 .ma 4- - - All 1 l . A H3215 -1 y'iF'E 1' :ALi-112375 !il'i:geu.F 7Y' us.,- f, - A 13.5 'A " ' LJ ,W Q I -u 3- an -lf xr, . 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V ,1, X K ' x ' - "' T -J N 4' EIN wi AM -y,- 1 EST K -T 'puff QA Nr- 'B IVOI A'IflnitS5V2BAUM ,, fx mx 'Q DCR 716112 T1 C lm . ls HEY a pan Ley any :L ,Z 75 'ff Wh- ADERS M . A Qi , ww: X 1 L J Indy . ltewat ON G anltgw ny fzfg sy " X fir- mfZ1d,,,,1 13101-1 Fczaded Schoq St-aic img 1 PJ'.H'gcIi4i,,'a, Hough! 3, 0332 45 OE? A, 25 1 pifmdenf :Ff1f1SsviC,,- 1Zjffgfafy-Tg.eA- HQ DraQgj5ifsG'1eeL5f2l13da 1 da psi Lal- A A 4: P 4, C - 2- f 1 clwgfm comm-n1a,: M 1 I 1,5 nice -W ff' A Royal Pildgr 2 33 EZ A- Auujplc gm? is Dov I - 7' , - 5 'f , P ' vig?-1331 Q11-1s3CfY Presi- ull , LEE wfj Zlilqslgg-ES'd611t 4, .HOP Wgltel' I - 2334 Minne- ZSVOIIJ, aPf- 'W H111 t' Pfrm-,.-1 in, lska Stafffball 2. qlwffiu, ,, Z0 afk 4. ' 3 J. 11. SL 11 X .M 'S 45 Orch' lg Band -Q Eoolball 'Wa 2 3 2, . 6 ,I Th 2 famatigf .Basebali . W iulzrs-v.5,,,B3,-Th : 3, 4. +,.B. 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I, 2, 3, 45 'TW Philo-Soplico l. 2, 3, 4. V, 'fr ii? :sl lvl .XV Eli Til lRliNli PETHICK Ifif' Vllliilcwatci' uldifr' IAA' zvlzai wr' 'nmkz' lv' I'l.,i Philo-Soplico I, 2, gf! 3. 4, Gi,-is Club 3, 4, ,M G. A. A. 4g Captains Ball 25 lflockey lg Volley 'mi Ball 2, Dramatic 4. ga-. f ,, . ,. 'rss Sopheo 2, 3, 4g Girls lx -' Club 3, 45 Prom Com- V mittee 3. . ll. .W ' H221 b 5 1. Vfact, liz if zz lmzdef. ' lcnms I' 2 3' Footlziall I Y . 1 if ,ff 4. ' of . ., f - IQ 0 49 I7 iffy 3' x X f RAKLER no B. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 3, 45 Track lj Philo-Sopheo I, 2, 3, 4. lr 'l A ll-RQ I . . IJONALD THAYE11 Q NVliiteWa.ter l' ' 17 lille lmx a light head, zz ' 4, wry liglzl hfad, if 9 -Y 1 I 1 li lay: W . Ei! . Q' dh lug! . limi Louxsrz SIIUMAN ,ggi Whitewater ' I QW U Truf' lo lrrr work, lzrr - , ,. word, and har ' 'TH ffIit'l1d.l'. " 6 424 Glce Club 1, zg Lib- 4 .W I-fu-ian 2, Gil-is Club 3, 4, 4, Philo-Soplico I, 2, 3, 4. 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F55 Af., 310, Q43 fill Ziff -:GQ Fi VH- ' Nil, Fall ll-Atl rm F4 f ' lm R- fig Top Row-MCLBAN, iurz, lr, U , BAKER, ZIMMERMAN, S1'1fvuAN, ,KUN'T'Z. QM Sfmnrz' Rn Mircn lL, N IQENN PRAGUE, Pottocx, Pmusu, BELLAS, K1-3s'roL, Cuiuuxx. :girl la Yvfliifff Ro UR' r, X uv, W '12, Plxoxzl., ROSEMAN, lflAuN,xcx, Sx1e1's5:Ar.1.u11, EVl'iRIlAllD'l', 'if GA-. lffgl Buffs' ow I mv , Mor mm, K ULAY, Mlms, Risen, Pxrlucu, Grmmr, XVUIIDXYARIJ, lxuuxz, EM N' YENF4 ' - ' rw ' ' Mfr' Pl!! llffz l LL vgyl X ' JUNIOR omxss - , .1 . ' . LAL! Pg? u . l . -. , U' ,L Y A ' OFl'ICI1.Rb" 2331 t , H254 4' IA D .-ms . . Preszdmit 375.1 14 ll f Eli? ' "Lim FINDLAY . . l7'IlCt?-IJI'6,l'l'd6'7!l lily 1 ff Syl 0 . -F I I. J! H Hi 035' L1 NEL PATRICK . . Snrezarv-Trearnrer 571 '54 - li: all fi? l HAROLD Bums . swim c:0lml--iz lwambfr lffj V ,-,n. ,C LJ EK? the 24- L fi: Y . - lfil We are the class of ,33 of the College l-hgh School. We have PIM sfl established a record that will o down in the historv of the school. Z3 -WT . . ' . ,vw all 1' rom our number, the 1932 football team obtained some of its stars. Fl The basketball team drew heavily from us. All The ears roll b . Historians mav Write many volumes of fill' kj' . . . ' ' 5514 .ma olxtlcs and wars and never mention the name of a member of the U l P , , , 'ill " class of 33 of the College High, but all may look back to this book, " lf' the yearly hlstory of the school, and immediately all old memories LM and friendships will return and bring back the good old times the QW 'M -fd 3 class of ,33 had while together. eil f P ' 1 Nil All 524 L, 'ij if-J ngj ll? 39 lm 543+ 1 J-1 af, 'V f'-'r L-'.':"--"H rf f :wr " ' :Ti-if, f - M- -1,-1'---f-1 ---- ge-: -Y H--1 -'-, '-Pi is 1i:.fif'Wii fm ff'sRi'i 'VJVT Wim we sito.-fit" -f all mr arm 'fini' ,itil-X F aff.-Lf' Qilivfx- Ai 1 fl., ,gl xl-X ,JALvf1'.l, ,llllrq-gbff.-.15js,--'j,,'.f'fKll-X31-4 Qvliga x ' p ,zjipfk ' , 'f-f,lfl',:J ,f1,,:l,s R jlgvzxx' -fll+.X'-,.4.'1',Q,le,F',f1.Jf2ki'1 ,vgtlx !l,,,,, P' I l X X U I K ' I u nn in 4-'W "il i mqxqfil EDU 1932 5,555 f-if-f 'xv N-,fxw-fr:-. 1 - .rw-Irye' xffmlif-1 ..-- K ,E Y : , C, , 5 . ,Ari 1 N.. ,fit 'gf' N, ,f5q,m,,,f' H fir, firmer-riifomioEiEf7nm.fswr Weir 1 Fllllfll wiw fm A Q6 omgrqfgm 5 .--jg: ' f-if .1 -2 iii-f 3,331-g'-Yzni'--lf,-'5s9x"aA J - I: ' V 3... - ug, ,h ,..,..Y io 4,7 E13 1 1-P"--' LC: fy Q1 '-Q il:-ii is l M rl! fi 333 fi 1' I ff gtg-lv lg yi: N rl' . fi M .5 is iff " ' lg! 'YL V4 . w--. .4 W he if Lili Top Row-RIEDER, Rxcrmxnsox. SWAN. Loonrmz. HUNT, Brosrow. , ' 577 Sfmmi Row-D. B,xiucE1a,I'I1a1'n, Movran. Essocx. H. BARKER. Smowsow, Krzizn, R. 'l'1-mvrsiz, Dmmuw. i ' if QI? Th.-irzi Row-GUl:RNs1zY, PA'r'rr:nsox, C. I-Ixcxr-LY, KI. l'l1CKEY, 1-IELEN Dnumz, C'llARI,iES -I. 'l"1-LAYER, - xi Euewrirzw, RUTLEDGE. 1 Barium Raw-E1,r.1NcsoN, Brxxwrss, Pnmwrs. XVILSON., Kurs, CRoNs1'lN1:,DUNuAn, Dowxmo, Lzvrlrlaor. EE 1 Q I., .1 ,N- VQ yi vii - he - 'Qi' SOPHONIORE CLASS A .R X5 U - il rg OFFICERS QIY Tunisia IQLUG . Praridmt if K , AL NICISZENNA . . ' Vz'cf-Preridevzz 'l il i ,X P .IOHN DfX1-ILE , W Sedremry-Trmxuvw' Q i ,7 JANET HELLEN - Simian! Comzril Mevnbfi' Sl L ' . if: it . . The Sophomore Class of 1932 has an enrollment of 36 mem- 'l if bers and is a credit to the College Hi h School. lt has manv rom- . . g . 1 P i 55 1r1ent students among its members 'Who take an active part in the hfe of the school. It will have the satisfaction of looking back L A-,Ay ' upon a splendid record of good' scholarship and high standings. " . Of course, they are not models by any means and we have some P members who flunlc, and others who cause much trouble. but as 'Y' gm a Whole, theylre a very good class. M 925 fr- 'e- - 1 ,fi-,I 140 , fl -i 3'- "I 'f ' - ' ' 77- -'eflf 'L.L,:,g:,r 71 f, png- ,TL .z':...- 3' argg- ""v1'V"l'llI Q fl , . W .-. ,, pq - if-3' ZKVQPT4. 'iqjlix TT",1T , X -if fi Fi. -I W if- i. - - - f1'2,fsa?f'ASJ4xeQZlM3J5kf,MiPilleeliwiflseflilx -e ?JL1f3uaffZl5sQ,!r',iaX-,fflli, l?51.!fi!PfBi?f'31 Y , -W. , J, 1 'J 3, I. I. aff: feI:?Qm'f U v NWA' ,xv -I v. -N A Q yn ' V .1 r. ',x.' ," J' ' .iff . f If 1 1 ." '- I -45 .fn 1 'r ,ag ,Wu -.Inf -5IIf.II,' -5 f. ff mf-. f mop f +. 1 f ENN 5' Ill YJ1L 'Jn K7 D f w- - . .--M 'L- :, ,.,.,.v1.' ,,.s... ,Y ,, ,, ':'.1.,I .D.",'p. .mf , . I , , fn, , r, , .' . . ff- ,IV . .. 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EWR 15:5 TEE W F o o T B A L L 1531 Ls 'J-,N i .Vw October 3 C. H. S. . . O Lake Geneva . . . . IQ October IO H. S. . . O Delavan ..., . 6 October I7 C. H. S. . . o Vvalwortb . . . 6 Q2 ,Qt October 3I H. S. . . o. Biurlington . . . . 85 November 7 C. H. S. .. .,...... o klkhorn .... . 22 fi ,rg fm wh TI-IE LINEUP TTR rf . wt T 5,22 GEORGE llOSEMAN . Left End FRANCIS IQICHARDSON Left Tackle Qi DLITCIYI TRAXLER Left Guard ,F , LOVVELL LEIN . . Center yi IQICI-IARD NIAAS . Righi Gucmi fi- BEN XVOODWARD Right Tackle K, fm T1-IANE IQLUG . . Quarter -T- PEP PEMBERTON . . Left HaU .LIONEL PATRICK . . . Rzght Hag f Q55 DARREL DIXON, Capzaivz . Fullbczck E EARL A'1CKENNA, Captain-elect . . Rzght End 6 l . YA A . .. SUBSTITUTES ARTHUR liRUEGER xVlNCENT GRAHAM ERNEST KEINBJXUNI fn 5 XVESLEY DRESDOW FRANK BAKER oHN HICKEH' W. Pi V 4 FLOYD PIOFFMAN LELAND I'IARRIS LESTER TRAXLER ' .L Q mi CHESTER TRJXXLER gf sm If n 5 143 , 5" vi- -xncvrr:':'B1r1'!','j:'nE-:T.'f .iii-2.1-,',g-rrle' 'E-H .151 -.-. 1 :,gLgg:z1rF1f-i. :H Ziff'-v. -1:-eniizw--.,1:fy3gg,g,n'Hn':,1?,',qf6Lt5zv-fag-gig., -Q . LY fri V ., " -, T " f TT-A-TFT' A' -" Tw" M 'T Trrfgif - ' lf- 'T T 'f Y 3735.6 .UTC 'KX if N .f 'ik 'WN-75'L3E7jLk M x .ff Ll - I AJR 14k ,ffm 2.20.14-1.QQ?x ,- X ' 9 ' WJJK Ztkxwqlm !ff.5C,.'?.h. J' W :wht 1 lliwlfjj w .-ll - l ,JJJ f ' -l .,1 l ll .l lg ,Lil if . V ' M fic, Flwlr' 'EAU , 7 51, ,jfjusffgl - 4 l lm - Z ,-.-,ll1?F'?4f'Tf1L"4-E?-'iifsf-r" ' zzffr-154.9 'flllli-fic, .... sg .. .f.. l ig?-is I .. rw ,l .J a fi ' ' mil OJ!-fy ml X, 514 X kia' ,J lil, lf"'.'iVJ ' Flffl 6 ll 5-7,5 . 5 lgjq . gl ,ul ' - lei ,jhfv I-2 rj. li l ulwf, -4' fl 'll "ii lg llllil WE, ipigl li fl Hill f-A keg :W . . A lat Evil M, , Drxoy NICRENNA lil, Czzpmzfvl Crlptain-Elfct FOQTBALL SEASON F On October our football team a eared at Lake Geneva for their first ame. 'iii la 37 I g lg., vm Lake Geneva's well balanced and experienced team proved too good for our lag: ,V boys, who fought, gamely, but lost IQ to o. Q fill Our first home ame was on October IO with Delavan. It was a wet dav rl ul g . ' -l pl 'Q and fumbles were frequent. The two teams fought on even terms until the last K . quarter when Delavan managed to push over a touchdown, making the final Qfiff lrgl score 6 to o. U ffl October I7 our second Homecoming, with VValworth as our opponents, was ffl unsuccessful. Colle e Hi la ed su erior ball durin the first half but the bo s Lili M. . 3 P Y p g Y ll.: EQ' weakened Ill the fourth erlod and lost the game 6 to o. l ffl p .. . . lil- kga Burlington was our next opponent but their superior weight and experience 'QQ was too much for lVhitewater's small aggregation. The final score was S5 to o. l-lj H Our next battle was fought on the Elkhorn field where we met the undefeated ' 4 lfl.1 TF Elkhorn eleven. Althou h the bo S fou ht gamel to break ln to the scorln gil X 4 g y .g Y g Nfl! L, column they were defeated 22 to o. This game marked the final appearance of Qgl 7l nine players who graduate in June, UF Captain Darrel Dixon, D. Traxler, 'C. ' Traxler, L.Traxler, L. Harris, E. IQCIII- All baum, 'V. Graham, J. Hickey, and W. lffljl " Dresdow ffl' l r ' . ffl Fhe College Hlgh was very fort- E523 unate in securing the services of VValter lllf, Dahms, a stellar performer, for three lm years on " Chickw Agnew's college "tml ll' IW l. l ' sr Gill team, and Don Kilkenny a former 53, L 'Il College High gridder. TM ffl 19'-' iiljl Coach Dahms was greatly handi- PM capped for there were only five letter men returning and the rest were light his mi and inexperienced, but the fellows all S155-l gil llkea Wally and they Worked hard for ll h1m,but their su erior o onents Were Wg .X l X , P PP u too much for them. rel ' . e 2- , ff 'cm 2 gs l ' Wmxrnn DAHMS, Coach Q, 5 . N ll fZgi'.I'l'Q.,""" 'Q IRT' :,.:...":ff..'7"?f',T,fE'.i7l'fl"-.'f.,...""":'.l:.? f Y 'Qfii7'..i1Ll.'.." A' "ff fnii1"'l'1..T..."':l.' ' ' Q' 1 Q'-T, 'Lf,IlL.flflf', f'fQQi.ie.-.1 lT.l'Jf- Ti4f"'V21iVrn3'gtl'?+'7'n'1.5'm'rEl fi'1i'r'n1II1fl'if11-1-'fl'irn'r 'fl 'Q-'frrlrrffv--Trnffrmnrf 'ff' -'4'?ffifr',"1w- V,,r'Ai2l.W' .QQTQ ME,f'jL9l, Jong' ri'9l"r' fi V lilff' lil: Vjijflg "":li'iEiEFj UEQV if N X . .19 If N ' f Q' 1 ' 'A QW W DA RELD 0 Ca 1 Fuzbafk uf? , Y , K 'ff V R ' ff 'A ' 1 I , i 2 ' ' 1 as the il tay on t ae is year. His blocking, tackling, and " bfall carry ng . A ault ess d as always in there fi hting until the final f ix wa e bes fullbacks to play f the Purple and Gold. " ' N- W lf. LMCK Nh apdz-I nj ' d chosen captai for next yea . We all W s um .uccess season T is was rl s second r as a i r his all hy he was A3 . C GE OSEM e t En tl ade hi ' rp 'form ' year. H as one lore year yr! i 5 12 , f e r ut a IQ - o g o . . . and sh ,. a m or in,the f ure team. 1. 4 , I l KJAITRANCIS HARDS i has t more yea tfo e a mai -' 5 . l 'I' v -r 'A 1 K ' ' 1 X I f iff ff X M i, ' mx! r I1 -,ffm 'Ii' A Lil' 4 ,! 'lfiil i . 'vm r f 1 fx, .1 Eggs X ! 1 , W If f TJ 0 : A 4, T E ' f . .-3 Wi .Y T It fn ' wi b K W H A lj Xf It n If Q 4 ff ' , r X e Ml: n tx i. . . y af T , W, I A VJM - if ai: . ,. Kjbjh4Qaye7l ha r ..H. S y making! for the first year. He if - ' . f TCH 1 R Lf F l l '41 ! U Rlita , rd - .4 ch a vhadf la of r , r b a.great sset t ll-i EW this y Hi WQ4- guard ti ll. L J :rj f D A W I . I my VV fyx-Q Lowiau. LEIN, E7LMM! lf This 7ffl'lfiowell's first year as a regular b t his ability and fighting spirit made Ma mainstay on the team. He will be greatly missed next year. l RICHARD MAAS, Right Guard "Dick,' was a valuable man to his team. He has another year to play for C. H. S. BEN WOODWARD Rzght Tackle This was Ben s first year as a regular and he will be back next year to uphold the Purple and Gold THAN: KLUG Quarterback Thane was the smallest and scrappiest man on the team Although he was small he gained many yards for his team He has two more years to fight for College H1 FRANCIS PEMBERTON Left Hal Pep was a man of ability and filled his berth in great shape He has tw more years left in C H S 1 .1 W qv Q :- 1 1 f fi I , i m va, V an E! -a YL -.1 A? ' I A Y i R ' 'TIT' I ' 5 ' . ra. J. T 5 A cc 79 ' ' , ' ' i 3 . Il . ' '. . . Y fi l ff! - W. R R P R' 'W ii fffi '- T'-T' -- . 'I az. .-,Z .b -- 1' - 11- iQ ELL .IF ' . ITT" vg,, - 'V " 'T l':"vf li . ' JY ',L1TL ITV . .l.A 4.-" ' ff . will Y' - ' . JL- '71 - V T - 4 I'-'l -L j i 43. 'QM Q X I J , f 1 f ' ' 'P pf ffl!! 6 L ftfi N ESX llfirlif 1915? iii? X Q N 42 . .4. as W ,. .I , -,.,,. 1 5 ,. -. lf: 1, p i g fr jlfll.II.i1iri5tt.xAw ! QfEgjQ Q1ix3?'5firEi:25lQL5Sf'L ,E -'- - ' ' ' up .f. . gg g LIONEL PATRICK, Right Hahf 2 "Pat's" ability and lighting spirit Won him a regular position at right half. 'l 53 He has one more year to wear the Purple, uniform. l Q ,I .. F . E l ARTHUR KRUEGER, Lefz Guard Q, 'l ' This was "Art's" lirst year as a regular. WVhen he got in the game he was ly-3 ' always doing his best. He will be missed next fall. li Q aa I Sl, ' i CHESTER TRAXLER, Right Guard ' I . E. This is Chesteris last year on the Purple squad. He was always doing his W best for the C. H. S. l I -. Q LESTER TRJXXLER, Left Guard 3 :Q Lester played his last game for C. H. S. He always did his best whenever :Ei -1 he got in the game. lb 6 A4 ii i t . - 1, I VXVESLEY DRESDOW, Lqft Half 2 7 ,q . . l, Wfesley played some fine ball during his career, and will be greatly missed T , next year. He has played his last for C. H. S. M I 'i VINCENT GRAHAM, Lejr End .A 4. V Q Vincent has played his last for C. H. S. This was his first year to get a chance I. l an to play. He proved to be a great asset to his team. VVe are sorry to say he will leave us. I . J ' gl' 7? . 3 vgj FRANK BARKER, Left Guard l g vi Frank was a light scrapper, but never gave up. He has played his last for the 7592 r Purple and Gold. lt it l ,Y , I pi I JOHN DAHLE, Center ' in john will always be remembered as a great fighter. John has two more years ig' ' ' to fight for the Purple and the Gold. ' l A . p 5 p . M X FLOYD HOFFMAN, Fullback - li V i Floyd was the hardest hitting fullback that ever performed on thegridiron. J 1 1, His ability to catch passes, was outstanding. Ossie has played his last for the ' Q, l Purple and Gold. . i 4 4 146 - U 'ld x 'w'A A'w'f'A w'u w'i'w-wtaiaawan w a T? --W ,, ,Il ef, .L 4 .. ,, E I 'ii'-"Y '..:l -O xi... f ,Q .' Ip I. L1Ll 5h,,lL!! r -I ,,. I I I If N -- ' ' V 'fx-" 1 '. 'f. -'Y G if -'lf E." -V -I - 'K 4- 4T'?5Wl',-Z N"YD,:1 -53 'lu' fl,--N - 'C 1"l"4" J' DRE' YY- ' fkllirxibfoffilzfrut2QgiSfu?uQlIilF:Q?1-,eq 1, I I I I IW L 121 K1 L93 gg., fm..--L .Q3,.....,.e,f,-fe-. f7..Lg.1.ri5:aa'-s 'e-.LIQQL3-Z., nruqwr? ' I T1 I . lf ltrxu QI . If E1 ik ' . I A Fl I' Tl ' .L ,Ii ' ra 'l l-I Top Row-HuI:IsNIzR CCOZ1CllJ. PIz:IIIsIzIz'roN, TRAXLIIR, DAIILIE, BISLLAS, PATRICK, AGNIIW, XVOLFRAM V' CN-IzIIIagcI'l. h ' Q' linflmn Roccfelhucs, KICKIQNNA, DIXON, Roslzzx-IAN, RICHARDSON. li x Y LEU' V pi W1 v -' Iv! Y BAMLETBALL glib l xy XA ,fill December 4 C. . S Delavan Deaf , . . . . I5 if rj, December II C. H . I4 Lake Geneva . . . . I6 . E3 December I8 C. H . . 8 Burlington L ..... . . IQ ling January 9 C. H . . I4 Delavan Deaf . . . . . 21 3 'Af January C. H . . 1 I Delavan ....... . . I8 I ' N january 21 C. . I5 Elkhorn .. . .. I4 ' ' l january 29 C. . 7 Lake Geneva . . . . . IQ 1 February 5 C. . . 23 Elkhorn ..... . . IQ VI' QI February I2 C. H . I7 Delevau ..... . . I8 fag! February IQ C. H . I2 Burlington ... .. 22 W in l U .. . . , ..... , . FF, '-JI? Februarv 26 C I4 Alumni 9 ' . fn 1 '- , h 143 IQO f Lffiy ' A54 I IN lf-I THE LINEUP IW ,K DARREL DIXON Right Forward FRANCIS PEMBERTON l I I " 4. GEORGE ROSEMAN . Left Forward . DUTCH TRAXI.ER E' Nl FRANCIS RICHARDSON Center HIXROLD BELLAS rIlHANE KLUO . Right Guard . LIONEL PATRICK l A EARL lVlCIiENNA . Left Guard JOHN DJXI-ILE lb QM ELMO AGNEVV Guard . l Pl 37' ', 'lx lm Er. . He. T--E" 5?-:a".g,:.i?!9:aL-.'11 :z:i:2,:? i.....,.....:z,...5"' "' ' "1 'Lanis:E.2:21.t::i3:45.'2f-L1-11-Is:::A:.'1,g1m.f"3sg1'431L,L2'22lfHfiFiiI11'.T :Cue Q' ... Q X X .v 1 X x J ,EY Y f :frm "Y 'EW-N Ph ' .l 1- 'ff X ,J-?fk5Q5kWlb5fjfri5lV55,l4PcUJCk fxG'ilk7lf5L?62. Ewjlllk JUL fihvff-Q ' K Jfwrf iillk BASKETBALL TEAM DfXRREL DIXON, Capzain, Right Forward "Dian was the h ead of the scoring list for two years. He has been an out- standing player. His loss will be greatly felt. THANE KLUG, Captain-elect, Right Guard uhlikell has had every qualification for a basketball player. For his all around ability, he was chose George proved to for C. H. S. ll Cilptalll fOI' DCXI SCHSOHS ICZIID. GEORGE ROSEMAN, Left Forward be a great asset to his team. He has one more year to fight FRAN cis RICIIJXRDSON, Center Rich played his first season as a College Hi regular. lVe expect great things from him in the coming seasons. EARL MCKENNA, Left Guard Earl, one of the outstanding guards in the league, played his first season with C. H. S. He will be back next year to help lead the team to victory. " DUTCH 'l TRAXLER, Forward "Dutch" played his first and last season for C. H. S. Dutch, for a new man performed remarkably and his loss will be greatly felt. " PEP " PEMBERTON, Forward L'Pep", playing his second year of basketball for College Hi School should prove to be a great asset to his team next year. '4Pat" Was alway LIONEL PATRICK, Guard s willing to do his best for the team. He has one more year to play for College Hi. CARL FIUEBNER The boys of the College Hi School were fort- unate in securing the services of Carl Huebner as their coach for the second year in succession. He was one of Coach Agnevvls star performers on the College football and basketball teams. Huebner was Well liked by the boys, and he should go far in the coaching field. 148 Y . tj' UM ,XM ,, -J :.:k.w, ,, .V v, ' 1 .' 1"'1'. 1. .1 E211 1.45 1,-7. 1,1 11 1' ,'1 fr! 1 2:4 51 15135 1 gi 1 11 Q1-ffl 111 1 F7 5 1-1 Pri alll I E119 1 Yi! :Lf I 5 1 1 13" lg-it iff? LM 1 1 M, 3,1335 1 1 f 1 E933 ' 1 1 LQ! 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I f mg, .1 dr--4-'fl ragga HJ W ', 3 X' -g is-' ,S gp" " I. 4 . . my ' W p I ll! law 2. .-I ---Z 4 F-11 . in -- W as X T was f ,if .- - ,fe H ' J 'I l lnl W H ,gi fhy . 55.13 all Solver mil his Qicftm J e EW if-l W FACULTY MEETING Q President Yoder-Sshusshl lX"Iy dear Professors, and Professoressesl Shsuhl Sh Mi Prof. Randall-Klethinks he Woulds't have us shush. hfly Dear Dr. Dr. iv? Q-1,-gf Dr.-Oh, would that we could shushl But our problems must be heard. fills Oh Goody, Goody! The meeting is called to order. gi: Prexy-XVill you read the minutes of the last meeting Secretary Rosernan? QQ Mr. Roscman-What? Oh the minutes! Yes-Yes-Of the last meeting? Yes, of course, the minutes. Let's see.-Gee, I'm sorry, Mr. President, but a- I-er-guess I forgot to bring them along. You see-, Yes, I did forget them. Wi Fancy that! 'QQ' Prexy-'Tis of no matter. As I recall the only decision of any consequence Q12 we arrived at was to authorize Dr. Lathrop to issue excuses permitting all students suffering from spring fever to take double Cuts. Are there any additions or cor- rections? Mr. Lee-Oh. Yes Sir! I believe we voted to install porch swings in the class rooms and to furnish our rooms with Canaries that could sing popular music. AQ" 1293 Chairman-Check! Now, are there any further additions? Chairman- Very well. The meeting is open for new business. i,y,f,g, Miss Knosker-lXf1r. Chairman, I-- Miss Benson-Mr. President, I believe- fi, ,tg Mi. Pfister-Mr. Chairman- gigs hfliss Cle1n-lXIr.:- ' 1 115 Prexy-hfliss Clem, I believe you were first. What seems to be your trouble? Xliss Clem Cbetvveen sobsj-It's terrible! I'm sure there's no solution. Itls ,913 this WayT1I've taughtlmy sgudf-grits argl I knoW,af1ci there is nothing further to Qu' assign. iey are sim y os . iey ame me, now. IX-"Ir. Golf Cin his slidw drawlj-I think We can solve that by a simple logar- gl ithmic equation. Now, let X equal the solution. NVhen in doubt add a zero. Mr. Fisher Cshylyj-I think it would be better to do as I saw done in Germany Mi ' 5 las year. Now, we find- Mr. james-Pardon, but it seems to me the psychological solution is the only logical one. Adhere strictly to Thornclike's Laws of Learning. tsl Chairman-lVhere's hlr. Carlson? I-Ie could solve our problem, Ilm sure. hit, Miss Hamilton-I-Ie ain't comin'. He's busy placing the Seniors. lllfl l If ' ' 1 . Ml QM President-Very well. INOW that we have solved our problem, and as, there wi, bfi? is no further trouble, we will have our usual final number. hflr. VVatson, will you hifi, accompany us on the piano, while Nliss Baker leads us in singing our theme song, ,gifs "Hail, I-lail, The Gang's All Here", after which We quietly turn, stand and pass. fi if 3317.1 ,i, 153 l gg g ?F 'Gi ' ii1'e'i:FT2i'.'Vr?I7TT VTf'iN'T'f fe-f-"fe 'i' -,f'i'QliTiA-217512.-'EPMI 57 g' If jf. V 5 , -. V 1 -. 1,1 1 . . , .Ivy L- R., .vm 75, ., 'vi ,H -,lt 3, iz x.- i. -.11 M. .Q I if . F .- , 1, - .- 4-at wif- 1. , r 'xjix .J -- 2' 'C ,- aff., L., ,f' .H-.G JN f ,. -.uf .g wc J ,.- -,f- r J-, 1311.32 11.. 1' il 1:7 QQ. 133 Eff,-"ye .1 4' nw '1 W I , . . ., 1 1,11 1-1 Y 1 ffl .1 '. -1 15 2 1 .. :AJ -l ,Ii ,If Q1 .. -' I I N, ,fx J- - I, W,-fs w.f.,,.,m',. N, -111Q.1q,P ilu- 1 A N 155, 5j:gfa:1f".Y,,z-, .ex , 2-' X121 fQj1,H,f,o.11iIT..1Q1 ggi 1.-.ll 1 ll il? 1 s f: :iai?f:1:1.4 D 'LTI1' 2- L.-LLJEAE T T-5,,,,,wg. i ff ' filifiizzi' it SQ .lf .1127 :fini-:i'f.': . .t . 1253 3251: 1:21 .152 Egfr iii 11? - H O VV T O B U D G E T Y O U R T I lvl E M' lg' "4L . According to RAY P. GI,YNN 11.511 its sf,-1: QQ: 1'z.E'1 V' , . . . ,.,.l 19,51 :00-bet u 1 if ossible and dress if undressed. F531 'JJ I p . . . Mel 7:10 Another close shave and a little flour or plain insect powder. ' :I -Three soft-boiled e s and milk toast. hifi 11 - . 5 . . . . . gm lf-1, -20 to SIOO1R1ClC to school with A110011 lVlLlllll1S with a discussion of whether Gig .1141 . . . . . . gy If IS better to live on middle or lower hrlain St. llful 8:00 to 8:10-Read and re-read the bulletin board until the sidewalks are clear mg lf' and all the cars em tv 5 'I F7-Al c 4 p ' . I . -vi 8:10 to 9:00-Cut gym theory to get bxology in ha11d. 9:00 to 10:00-A dark corner under the balcony? I l H511 'Zip' 10:00 to IIIOO'IIlS ect the halls on second lloor. 121-51 lllfl V. p . . . . . 2.751 Em.: 11:00 to IZZIO'-'If.XfCf1Ll greetings and salutatmons to mtlmately interested fellow 1.55. .351 stud ents. ll-lf llfllf 12:10 to 12:11 -A few words of advice and check u b the cold-dinner boys. ilffl ,gl 4 N P Y , . 5115. 12:14 to 12-15-100 yard dash for the Graham Street Bulletin Board. 545,11 1 1 1' 12:15 to 2:00-A stroll down to the house and fix the flre. Also brush up on the f-,.- iiill extra-curricular activities. 2:00 to 4:00-Counting cars on Nlain Street. . jg, Q11 :00 to ':00-A Royal Pur le meetin on a side road between lfVhitel-120 and 2.4. EN, 4 lib X ku . P 8 K-11 't. 1 t '1l1SO1l. lj, IW' 'zoo to ':I0-Hurriedlv ettin back after bein so rudely disturbed. l""ff . 3 J 5 -. g 3 3 -. , 1 5:10 to 6:00-Round trip to hlilton and return to 60S Nlam Street. if 6:00 to 7130-AXVEllflIlg darkness and seclusion. w-Zig 7:30 to IO200'Tl16 bleachers in the ball park. 32:1 10:00 to 10:30-Being disturbed by playful co-edsq will 10: 0 to 1:'0-Silence and darkness-4 Come what comes hereafterh ' " lhli J . 4 - - ,..-1- rv ,, Zz." Q31 1 :30 to 2:00-That old refrain: Good-nite Sweetheart, l1ll we meet Fomorrow . 15:1 LW 2-00 to 'VI'-That lonesome ride home 2-dl 1:11 " " 3 . Mil Qfyj- 2:16 to 2:26-Prayers Can appeal for dry weatherj. Qu., 2:26 to 7:00-Sweet Dreams-Nlay they all come true. l- f E111 W1 1 A S131 is! " ml -- . . s . U i 'f XV, Pvnn-"Gee l'll miss Asia and School Admin. classes." lyy . ' s ' - - ay leikl E71 Slnfty-HX es, you always did manage to miss as many of them as you could. M, 1 '., lalil all ,1 4.-,1 l This is the tale tl1e lyla oon Nlob tells 'ill rg. Y A 3 , . 5-1 ES, Of Vera Chrxsler-the Purple s Pride gm Q i Her dreams were troubled vw 11 . .,,,. For a few miles north lag! gy Wlas the man who someday shall take her as bride. gd, And still, in her dreams she mutters so gy And the words she speaks real soft and low his . . . . . .: .1 ME Are these: 4'Dear Jim, Dear Jim, I'm writing agin- Dear im ,cause I love you sof' ,ffl Ar 9 . 121 Nl 1351 114 lil la is Fil ' 154 "- f""'H 1,. fl Y 1Li:.q.ia:,h"'ffrE3n-'?.1lZsE.L.-'1-71iJup:f11?'R-in-.:Lx..:g7Tif.?f.'7iT?:" Tgig,3?rv27Q??QEj-5n'j?Q'iI,-2.:42.'i:.gfL,.''f 'fitfdlilliiilf gg' ' if ,Mi igiT5'7lfF7'TT- ' 'lfilglf-737 fl S1 1' -'7-'ld Qffililll-'9"T?!'lT-E9lTf37r':f'f7iT'l5'7'l'7TD""jYF' '11 1. I ilflfxffi 1 . .1 11 f1.T'w 1.1 -J 111 .,fL3Q JO Al., Jifk"f':,1 3l1lQk',.ifll.,yill.f.1 yxesldy-'l 'ifaPCfxrlk- ,fvl+Sf1,33s. ,ilw.'fll.f--'Hills , i K V, , , . . -Vu. . V . V . V c v X W. ., . ,...f , . 'SX' - t .. .,.. 3 Vttk Ea 'C g -lu N bt-LSX mmm dv' 0' dbg jg.: , JUST A MATTER OF TIME It has just been a matter of time since you were handed your diploma. And were you proud of itl lt was a crown of glory in your young life but, although you didn't realize it then, it was just a fancy piece of paper certifying that your attendance had been fairly regular during the past four years. Your parents were so elated over your ability to cope with the gigantic prob- lems which had confronted you during that bitter struggle through high school that they decided to spend some more of their hard earned money and send you to college: and here you are! It will be just a matter of time until they, and possibly you yourself, will come to the realization that four years confinement within this institution will not educate youg you may even awaken to the fact that you have to educate yourself. lt won't be long until your entire interest will center in some one of the opposite sex and the whole universe will revolve about that one magnetic center. Spring fever will get you and youill awaken some day and find yourself strolling around in a state of temporary coma, "little ftnger in little ftngern with this center of attraction. Vlihat a diversiication in college education that will bel lt will be just a matter of time until it may dawn on some of you that you canit understand lficonornics or Accounting and, possibly you will be a little concerned about it, but don't let that worry you, you may turn out to be the best high school bookkeeping teacher in your class, despite this academic failing. You'll be able to take the roll, open the windows when the room gets too warm, turn on the lights on dark days, and all those things so vital to a good teacher: and. even if you don't know anything about the subject you are supposed to teach, don't worry-you'll have a Mkeyw to fall back on and, after all, what dihierencc does it make if you do make a mistake-those poor little "du'lfers" that you are teaching will never know the ditcferenceg why theyire just learning 151 . .-.Y .....,.....-V.--Y, V? ,V .- -., ..,. . . an.. . .A,. Www-.-.... a.w.f-,v.1,7..f,....-.W ...,-..V Yav. gg,..,....-,.,, ,,,....,.-.. ..v..,i,V .T VV-Y V - . .,... V ..., v . V . . .. . 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Y.-. ,-- - -V - fm- -g--in --. -- to comb their hair and brush their teeth and haven't the time to check up on your teaching. It will just be a matter of time until your four-year vacation here will draw to a close and then you will be facing your first big problem-getting a job. If you do get a break and happen to be one of the few who lands one, I can't see that you'll be much better off because it will just be a matter of time until teacheras salaries are reduced to fifty or sixty dollars a month. It won't be long then until your intellectual superiority will again manifest itself when some sweet young thing will trip into your life and you will decide right then and there that life isn't worth a lead nickle without her. It will be just a matter of time until you see your mistake and it finally dawns upon you that two ca1z't live as cheaply as one-to say nothing about three or four: but it'll be too late then-you'll be just a hard working old "prof" trying to support an ever increasing family on a steadily decreasing income. just a few more years and the grand finale will be at hand: a free trip "over the hill" in the county truck and then-that last one way ride in the 'fblack wagon" when every one will say so many nice things about you,and you won't hear them. Oh, well. it's just a matter of time .... SOME PHRASES HEARD BEFORE James-"W'e won't argue about that." Roseman-"Now, let's see." Fricker-"I had to laff the other day." Brooks-ujust like shooting fish in a rain barrel." Knosker-"Now enlarge upon thatf' Lee-'gThere's no question about that at allf' Evans-"Now, I can tell you a little inside dope on the daily life of this queenf' Dagget-"Now, what do you think about that-it's my guess that . . . 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E932 3333 Ai 'J yn ji ag 5 Rl, Ii :WJ xi! Wf S- -'E QM ' f sf tri liii ll!! 552 ,rf ' J. rr' i xii! 'l is r-'B all +5 Vail vr L3 Aw-' Xl!! , ! 3 1 1 r l Tl lrl W ,x ll du OUR LAST SLAM Far, far back-'when this college hadnit even realized that it would someday have the honor of graduating the unusually outstanding class of all time in 1932, the first Nlinnie made its appearance. It was a good Nlinnie! It has been im- proved ever since, but its humor sections have always lacked that "certain some- thing". Wie realize that this criticism and many more will be made of our humble efforts, and so before you slam us-we,ll slam you. This slam is for everybody in general and nobody in particular! The Humor section must be full of bunk, it must be personal, and the persons about whom it must be personal are you gentle and ungentle readers. You are all we have to write about! Consider! However, it was "just a matter of pagesi' anyway. YVe have out B. E. fBunk Editorsj degree-and now, Goodbye, Foolishness-Hello, Hard Knox! ' Y W ,.' 1 56 ,y w. f L . 0, x-5 hx 'TIFTQ 12'-ffff': '1jfr"1:fif'7:'T:gv'ff' arggr' -1-1, -Q-"rf" f -5 j,"!'- xg.--4-F -r' 1 'fr -'W' we r""'e'-- 'aff Nl ,ff G. X, Ml. NJ JN. af' vu U tif: R gf - ' as Lf ,Q P f my-i sw , .uv 4-Q. f sg gf vw. fi! X --1 -a 'X '51-4--cf-, , , ,ea ,L '-.x i Whitewater State Teachers College WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN ' Members American Association of Teachers Colleges Offers Seven Courses Four year courses leading to a Degree Senior and Junior High School Teachers High School Commercial Teachers Courses leading to Diploma State Graded School Principal Intermediate Grammar Grade Teachers Primary Grade Teachers Rural School Teachers Summer Session of Six Weeks, June 20 to July 29, 1932 Regular Session opens September 12, 1932 Second Session Begins January 30, 1933 Adequate living facilities are available near the campus at a very low cost. The fee of eight dollars for the summer session includes book rent. The fee for the regular session of fifteen dollars per semester also includes book rent. Write for Information, Bulletins, or Catalogue to State Teachers College C. M YODER, President I WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN I 157 Q if . 'ww 3' K- gui..- ,- 53 4 1 J we t. V , Y 4 tilm' 1 jfgapijjgj q M K U U WY N H A , I V i I . is -IQIEAZLI Ji.: :. I f- A " I fi SY . ISIN 2 fax Xu f ' 5 .sg 1 Hit I V E I I h S QA Headquarters for Women's Apparel J 'Q V U' 3 .AI i Moderately Priced - A It E an E 100 Main Street Whitewater, Wisconsin ry' xl X. xii 5 - Wi F . W mchester Hardware Store 1.4 T 'EJ Lg GENERAL HARDWARE ' WASHING MACHINES, FURNACES an OIL BURNERS ' GAS RANGES w Phone 22 93 Main Street 7 i lg 5 'iq I- Xl ' I ' tw n W lutewater Lumber Company FF-2 5 I LUMBER, COAL, woon 'f 'IH fig JEROME BAKER, Manager 5' 5 I fl PHONE 120 CLI . 1' .N j . 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W, p jj PSUMIER MOIST AIR HEATING FURNACES J I, METAL, ASPHALT AND ASBESTOS ROOFING E 5 W I ' fl VENTILATING AND TIN WORK if' til ' I I 'S I IJ!! XV wp -4,1 A ' 1 H A Store 37 - Telephones - Residence 514 ,,r.-as-:I-91: iz. ,.,i lllfjif I The Whitewater Register gladly gives its support to this publication and continues to HJ' anticipate the day when it will be privileged to bid on the printing thereof. by I R. K. Cola. l I --W :F Z. J JOLLIFFE Sc CHAMBERLAIN CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND BOYS 111 J 'wi V ,V Q , . . X, I 1 ,A,, ,s,M,7v W MAME,-,,,m,,S,,4,,,n7 M -, ,ZLL ri: ,YM H ,V M ,. M 'CHAMBERLAIN SHOE STORE - fi .U " , ,fi ,I fl, WI ,Y V, , , I J FITTING FOOTWEAK IRG? -' 'V . my 109 CENTER STREET I? 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' Xin, f N Q A SQ- A- QS . . , fyxff x' :X -1 .I -, . .., I xl 1 A, I- ,,.,J'V .J - . -A 'J rf i I i. nz, 'w , , .,. M.. f -.4,,gf-Agri-V A-Yi A - 4, ..,, 4L-:fry V,v-IL,-,imbif - Y VL, b 1 f - f A " 4 A LINE CYBUNK The Man Worthwhile is the Man with a Smile When all the Jokes are Punk. Mattie Shepard-"I turned around and saw a dog inside the door. " Ellen Marshall-" Didn't it seem funny to have a dog in the house?U ' iii WORTH KEEPING! 'LT here will he a meeting tonite on the corner of First and Second Street. " I "I found that my Mornings were too long, and my days too short, so I had my tonsils out." 'tThere will he a general teachers confidence at 4:00. " :ffl FRESHMANS IDEA OF A SENIOR I want to be a Senior And with the Seniors stand, QE A fountain pen behind my ear, Lili A notebook in my hand Qffgi I wouldn't be an angel, .iff For angels have to sing, IJ I'd rather be a Senior - LAnd never do a thing. Via' Ill 11' S 1 IZQII S .I hen t a t e B a n k P IITIN-Z' T. M. ISLMJKAIAN . , . . President H. G. ANm+:nsoN . V ice-President ind Cashier C'. W. THATT . . . V1 President R. G. O'CoNNou . . I ssista rshier iii? 9 X rf," Capital and Surp S . 00 I if f wifi l 163 f 1 I - " r- 1-1, rf. I '- PPII N J KY-.N ary: v.x.,4.gK,,A gg., -,QA-F14 V, .A J.-EHR If Y.-,x -, , .- ae 6 .X ff .'. ,i y . ll ' X 1 mx .fx .- '- . if "" -f' ' w N-'Ne' ,Mn fn, ff- W , H' z " U- A L L, . X, is? f-1 tri EFI' J I H55 DL " W. Q I L, -.I ,WY WJ! Pr' HY P+? P251 X Ll 4 P ,, ITF 151 I igli 1, H fx 1 .dx ,-,e 4559? 3?as QL , Ag N F93 15155 E133 Nj My 1 M YY? is Q23 13 -M., Emil. .fw 1 I 'r 164 ,.-, EE: my tv. ' w 1 1 1 EYE ff -9 ': my if 4, w Q4 if Q Ml I " MV , Q4 ,-J' HQ 5352 '-141 574 AJ E ff MI 5? IL V: M' 5531! M4 E51 IM MY? rm H135 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 8a MARX CLOTHES C-, , A J , ' QGIJUQ . . 1-QHE T ,, .p .iv:f.. H , S 5 BILT X' 5' 5 SHOE 5 :ffm .: I 5- STORE . iz. 'V 114 Main Street , Whitewater A LADIES f 5 1 A OUALITY BRADLEY KNIT GOODS 1 A SHOES AND A. G. 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T GOODYEAR TIRES T4 gli' "just Across the Bridge" Phone 423-R SET Fei: 254 93 all Ray Flynn-"You better keep your eyes open when you drive through this part of townl' ' '4 M Moon Mullins-"Why?" gg "2 T Remy-" If you shut them you may run into something. " gg 1 "7 L, IQ! ' Mr. Lee-"Name two kinds of party machinery. " x 5 Art Steffen-"Machine guns and shot guns. 53 " -1 ' 1 ,, 15 1 A Sw gd. THE O'CONNOR DRUG STORE I It i Is Now and Has Been for Thirty Years the Normal School Store Q EVERYTHING IN SCHOOL MATERIAL T AX? 1 KODAK SUPPLIES AND CONFECTIONERY , I 1 1 ' J I WATSON 8a SON CLEANERS "DRY CLEANING OUR SPECIALTY' Ph0ne 403 W 108 Center Street WE CAIL FOR AND DELIVER 166 EQ? I 'L I lj Y " fi , . v. I I FN I L ' f ' 3 ' .-. H 4. I' I W -4,4 g . , rj- I-..f W vi L1-. lull W ,rw -.l- ..,. , V ., XE g . W W U, . 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Specialists in Business Education CINCINNATI Niew Yomi CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO 167 I I fl IXII1 In f- , I ,I ' f ' 4' fe., 1 -r 'X THE "FISH LINE" STORES WHITEWATER EAGLE MILTON - WILLIAMS BAY - OR GROCERIES AND MEATS Quality Foods at a Price All Ca.n Afford to Pay E. L. FISH Main - Street - Variety - Store TOYS, NOTIONS, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY GIFTS, SOUVENIRS and NOVELTIES Something for Everybody C. R. IVIILLMR, Prop. WHITEWATER WISCONSIN Chevrolet Sales and Service Goodyear Tires and Tubes Cummings Bros. Motor Company QIJHIEVLOIEE 2?-,,,,,A1 ilml I Phone 441 Main Street WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN 168 I . l Expert Workmanship On Home Cooking Tables for Ladies Shoe Rebuilding A Good Place if if W h1teWater Shoe ' I-1osp1tal Mlnnelska J. D. EICGINN, Prop. Restaurant THE NUNN-BUSH SHOE STORE Shoe Shining Parlor Phone 1751 68 Main Street in Connection F. R.. Amos, Prop. 107 CENTER STREET Short Orders Breakfasts Dinners EVERHARDT 8: CO., INC. SALES SERVICE MAIN STREET AT SECOND WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN GRIDLEY ICE CREAM WHITMAN CANDIES The Whitewater Pharmacy "The Students' Drug Store" Owned and Managed by a State Teachers College Graduate RAY D. MARTIN BEAUTY PARLOR Phone 86 SCHOOL SUPPLIES 169 fx .1 'I 4 C ' ' I , ff 2 X F. x ' V N S- O 89513 VH11fJ'bD, KAXXXJ I I fain!! ., ,Q Q ff f ,P JW XX Dr 7 I 5, 3 LAWN 2,315 W Ns AeffEANIIffAo' IQII EX ffm .A Hof S J P N258 N 7 D .'. A ja ,ij I 74 J I 3 pa 1 DVI 3 . 5 f 5 .A few I A, r' +wf4 fN ' x N .1 99 j 1 f " '- new Q, 1739" A AA If 51 W jf fy q ef' k 1" 'A 1 V V JEL? Q 9 QTY-yydn-Rayne F J ,Otel W alworth In Bo In fl I Q A I f QQW I X55 kk zoo Main Street if V TJ Q X I ' N - X WHITEWATER, WIS. ,-JN I , , I X X! J 1 DBUYILDXINQ IEIIATERIAL .4 I , f 'Ir I Q AND SPECIAL STEAK FUEL AND CHICKEN DINNERS ig' IEEE Eli for Ani Q x I For Sudden Service 4 PHONE 6 Where They Treat You Right ' W 1 ', . A A sl - . , Whlte Water I I I COmmerC1al Savlngs Bank Q Capita s5o,ooo S' WHITEWATER, WISCONSIN Y I , J IQEOME BAKER ...., , . President W J. W. COOPER . . Vice-President fi. WM. IVAN :KYLE . . . . Cashier T 3 EARL COX . . . . Assistant Cashier xj 5 I ' 5 THRIFT M Make a Budget Have a Bank Account 9 Spend Less Than You Earn , OUR DOORS AEE ALWAYS OPEN TO YOU Q " J! I Ek I .I .Q 5" " ' ' -'-' " -' - - A' f'--'-1-A341 "'- ' A I- ff- 1-v'f 22: sf: '- - -,-. r-Az ' ' --,:.- - rdw-.1 ---1:41, f.',1: 11 .-:. 2: .1-' 1 ww: 1'-1 fA-1f . -' -few A ff-I.:E:ffw.e.L.:A,.'Luu, A ,M V Axf jgw gi gov lj v Ai ge we 'EQ G gg ag me ISO? 31 lx INTERPRETATION IN PHOTOGRAPHY POI'I'I'i:l,I1DLlI'C should be more than mere representation-it should successfully inter- pret the character of the subject, and in its technique should reflect the utmost expression of :L Hue art. The Buell Siudio J. P. BUELL IVHITEWATER, WISCONSIN K 171 K 1 u W x I 2 5 f I I 1 S E 7 r X K 5 4 y J I it 'vi 5: E .N V, .A U . 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Remernber, he said, "this is the last day for this astounding offer. " CANDIES ICE CREAM THE LOGICAL PLACE TO BUY GAS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Leo n a r d's Restaurant W lsconsm Gas 85 Electric Trios. H. LEONARD, Prop. 82 Main Street Always at Your Service BILLIARDS BOWLING 79 Main Street 172 y an TRANSFER ' Nothing Too Big and Nothing Too Small for Us to Haul" FEED - FUEL - BUILDING MATERIALS WI-IITEWATER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Telephone 364 W . Office and Yard 125 Whitewater Street NEW RACKET AND DAD Dahins Cshort of inoneyj-"I say, dad, have you any work you'd like me to do? " Father Ctaken by surprisej-"Whyhno-but-er-" D1Li1ll1S1Uri1i1Cl1 would you like to put me on the dolel pn Goll'-Ulf l take :L potato and divide it into two parts, then into four parts, and eaeh of the four parts into two parts, what would I have? " liinzer-" Potato salad l " Farm Worker Cto Woodbury crossing a fieldj-"Didn,t you see the notice saying pedestrians ain't allowed hcre'?l' lift hai W oodbury-"I'1n not a pedestrian, 1,111 a Co11greggationalist!" Farm Worker-"Oh, that's different. You can go on." "So you don't think Maud is very smart about automobiles?" "Smart, that girl is so dumb she thinks the way you tell the the hood and count the plugs." horsepower is to Maloney-UI-low long can a man live without brains? " Shekore-'lLetls see-how old are you?" Teaclier-" Use the word triangle in a sentence. " W liilG'-Ulf fish don't bite on grasshoppers, triangle worms." Barber-" Your hair is getting very thin on top, sir. Have you tried our new r tonic? " ' John Gordon-"No, it isn't that. " Perry-"1 heard that Gandhi was in bed a few days-what was the trouble?" Dahms-'tHis sheet didn't come back from the laundry. " Woodbury-" lVIabel's a toe dancer now. " Steffen-" What makes you say that?'T , W oodbury-"Look at my shoes!" 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