Wabash High School - Sycamore Yearbook (Wabash, IN)

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Ko-XVe-Ba Kramer the Kleaner Kraut. Paul LaSalle. Dr. G. M. Lavengood. N. P. Lucky. Chas. Lumaree. G. G. Lutz. l. XV. U Son Marlfs Music Store Martin. Mrs. Bert McNarnev Bros. Migrants. M. M. lXliller's Cash Shoe Store Miller. Lulte Naugle. Dr. R. C, Needham. P. XV. Northern Indiana Power Co Payne, Dr. M. A. Penney. J. C. Pontius. XV. C. Porter. Dr. Arch Price. J. M. Quality Meat Market Ravenseroft, H. H. Ridenour, L. H. Rock City Restaurant Rogge Bros. Rumph, Earnest Scheercr Bros. Schlemmer Bros. Sholtv. Dr. L. O. Showalter. Homer Siegmund. Dr. E. J. Sladel. John Small. G. B. Smith Bros. Smith Hubbard Lumber Co. Stoops Bros. Summerland. Hoyte A. Superior Bakery Talbert. Harold The Gray Shoppe Thompson. L. H. Union Mills Vanity Box XX'abash XVa bash XX'a bash XVabash XVabash XVa bash XVal1aSl1 XX'a bash Cabinet Co. County Loan if Tr Cleaners Hardware Store Ice fa' Fuel Co, Jewelry Co. Paint Co. Shining Parlor XX'altelield Electric Service XX'akeEeld, L. D. XValrod. Dr. XX'arrington. XV. F. XVigger Co. XViIkinson, G, A. XX'inehrenner. Mabel XX'oolworth, lx XV. Yarnelle Lumber Co, have made it ust Co J'-Q Fr! 1 ,.,-- ...- ,,'- ,1- ff.-T-' 72. X -f- -,L-' ll- 1,-1 ,,,1. IE ...- 1,- ..,- -NF? Macdonald, XV l.. Yellow Bucket Mallock. David 11- - if 1 T' T' ff' L wk is . - ,M fbgre- f f K jfnii - gilt H:-V ,iff Y J't '- SYCAMORE T451 :lllll :gn ,. S 23' - I: Jim Inummmmlmmummmmimmmi u u i i i u n n ij 1 E 1 , Y url-:un-1 E -S77 I, "7 h E -ff: if T"-'i In , A-4 ,, P g .1 fi a'.:3' ai -1 '-' .. I... II. 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L - I :.l - : ' COMPANY A5 .g NVulsin Building Indianapolis, Indiana ' gl 'Y'7-- ----- -W--H Q -V - gf '-" E Q i QE-E1 19' 3 EE I' ' a . a I-e -fi 'a'l" 'lf-'fll' " . I I E EQ L ll if I ' 1' E Nw II ' I m ul V rn- lp l 3 m l , ,..,, M- o 'l"' i I l .El i 2 Ea gk , IL, fly: ml by ,H xx .iw . In E I I - sm - I I I .f 1 " I '-I I Nw w l l l i ,ifj-M ,,,,,e r 'i 'I I A iievf v ia l ' l .mIu,, .mxfllllk 5 lil y- QR - nl .W J 7 , - .', Ill N ml. Jimi Ni E if I III- +A Il gr i lle I n W J TN wx fi'll a,a- Pr l14l?Tes?ff he Q - E 9,32 -XX :-" Q'-S' ff. H 1 .F r f f e-fr . 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Deputation Teams. Literary Societies. Debating Clubs. Glue Clubs. Orchestra. Lecture Course. Mov- ing Picture Programs. Athletic schedules of major and minor games. Educational advantages are many. Expenses are moderate. You are in- vited to become a member of our school family. For catalogue and infor- mation. address. OTHO XVINCJER. President. North Manchester. Indiana. lg - ': T 4 jf' X A Ark - f 'i"3 S JF Q4 .-. i re: . ,f V ...... ...--"T 1-:T-' I. ...- 1.1- ,... i ..- ..- lg ...f- ,.,- a P it 1 4 - 2 xi 3-E31 i F 45 A -f 'L SYCAMORE AT "Wx x 5 f o:o1:1111111111111 11111411 1 311141111111:11i11i111111i11111111 111311119 Q 4.0 E 9 Q I ' Q l l U ! ! ! f U ! U ! g Hanover. Indiana, March 18, l927. H To Seniors of W. H. S. :- X - You are now at the point of graduating from K old VJ. H. S. Many of you have a vision of going to college next fall. But where? Would you like to get into a college atmosphere I where friendliness is so marked that practically every f student knows every other student and the same Q thing is true of the faculty? ll 4, Does an atmosphere of naturalness, where you i can be yourself and not be compelled by certain con- i ventions to "put on airs" appeal to you? "I Do you like the prospect of the great out-of-doors U coming right up to the college doorstep? ll i Then come down to Hanover. Prexy will be glad to hear from any of you who A are interested in college. Simply address him. W. A. U Millis. Hanover, Indiana, and don't hesitate to Write. g You'll enjoy his response. Very cordially, 4 . ' Leonard L. Huber, fb? U w.H.s.1911. 5 il. 1 1 9 1 41 1 ll It I l ! if Q l v l U ! ! Q. " ! ! x 4 . U ! lx :J-,ix 'f':,.--vga --e H an A ref e --4-..1. sem 1, 1 K S i J Q V I1 to S W H S j Q A gi - Qi r Zwx i A THE 1927 0:4-14.1-.i.-14,143111.1.11 ni.-i:1v1:1n1ni1ilili4Zvi fini: 111 1 12 101-sz. 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N1lNl,IHl.X VI INNQJORIJAN Lrg 5uIf'lu1'g If it 41- - I 7 QC' W -,R - l. f -.i -E , - 7:..- :- ,i 1.6-'..i'i :: . J' Y 4 'T " '51 1 'X P X xg XX , 1 'u OWEN J. NEIGHBOURS A. B. Western Maryland College Ph. M. University of Chicago. 1910 and one- half years ..,g.,..o., fl WABASH HIGH SCHQOL 4 Por several years it was evident that Wabash needed a new, larger, up-to- ' date, well-equipped High School, as the old one was not large enough to take care of the incoming students. Some of the taxpayers objected on the grounds ivan N that it was a useless expenditure of money and that the old High School was V f good enough. Pit last, through the cooperation of the School Board, composed 1 j of Dr. Minetta Jordan, N. P. Lavengood and Milo Meredith. Superintendent if O. J. Neighbors, and Principal M. C. Darnall, with the taxpayers, the project V was put through and the construction of the new building, located on North I, Miami street. was begun in 1925. The construction of the main building and K , gymnasium was completed for occupancy in the fall of 1926. The class of 1 1927. the publishers of this Sycamore, compose the first graduating class from 1 I the New Wabash High School. 1 1 : K TA-TT-TTISTIM' Ryman--r f - .f..,.,. rg-YY YL- .J I THE 1927 Principal W. H. S. four and one-half years Superintendent XVabash City Schools. elexen MAYNARD C. DARNAI.L-Principal A. B. Indiana Univcrsitv XV.1b.1Sh High School 1010 Q P N JR WZ Y 5'-."1 ESl5I7l.I.Px NTUORI74-3051111 Sclvflvv Univcrcilv of Chicago Univcrsily of Tcnnmscc XX'.ll'JN-I1 High School l"Ul '- ,,-hx - IN' 1..- nly ' L,-.--. 11- f df. ' 1 ff' x' dr , -,, A , f P ,qv 5'1" f .rg - c rxw., F X 4 - -- - L4 A ' 5.,fA A1-wi ,W -lf ' -f '- SYCAMORE 'c cw-. an -V .,, -L ,A Rn -... ,,.,,,.- 4: .P - F' , , . ,xf' 1 511:75 f:?3f"!L I .f .' if ff ., av x...-gxigvi '.-35: .' ' - . 15. .Q-..-.,q:.i-+',rI2 -. . 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Q?-,ri - ig' x -.,- v.- --1 41' . Q. 1. L- Huywif-- 41,- -ff V FS i f r PHILIP C1. MAGNER-Physics and Chemistry A. B. Wabash College Vv'abash High School 1919 . KATHRYN NABER-Librarian X l A. B. University of nunois ' 5 University of Colorado Wabash High School 1926 5 ' MILDRED HIPSKIND-History and English Ph. B. University of Chicago 4 Wabash High School 1925 X' so 1 'l ELDON E. BARN!-IART-Commercial Ph.B. University of Chicago Wabash High School 1917-18-1919 A . tt-. ,.., , A REX Sims-Shop Indiana University Indiana State Normal 1 Wabash High School 1919 'r ,f Lp ii. , W! Z fl BERNICE HEETER-French and English lx 1 Z 5 A. B. Otterbein College 1 Wabash High School 1926 Nl' X l N , I .1 .W - ,Y .-,., W A at.. K- . lx 2- 7 vw VF HM' HH --1 ff--+4 , - in- i k ll ,, ,K 1 H H ' S MQ, -fb . ,.f--,eff d -"f"XL W ,'IN-"Q,4-'- ,W THE 1927 IQATIIRTN 'I-ROXEL-HIISIOFQI A. B Manchcsrcr College Indiana Universitv XV.xbaah High School lflll LOLA LANGSTON PVNCZE-Emzlish und LLHII7 A. B. Indiana Univcrsitv XVabaQh High School 10 l 0- l S- ll CORNYLIA BI.AlNEY-LLJIU7 A. B. Indiana Univcrsirv XVabash High School 1907 l ESTH ER GIBN ITY-Muthenvafirs A. B, Indiana Univcriitx' XVabash High School IQZO T. R. TFWKSISURY-English and Publii' Spiukmg B. S. Colgate University XVabash High School l 01 7- l S- l I' ODI1'l"fIf NIEFDIIANI-C4Jf77r77vr'l'I.l1 Valparaiso University Indiana Univcrsilv Chicago L'nivcrsilv X 1 I l I I Lnivcrsity of Colorado XVahash High School lflfl I I 1 li' J J-fi'V f All? L- J? ' i - rl, SYCAMORE -s . L! f 4 F':: W fi. - .11 ..'-EL .... 1.4- il l-Z 1.- ...- .f- 6 1 P "sp A' 451 ,..- ,..'- ,,,- -ll' rife I 2 fi I . ,. . A . ...A ,cm .X -U-.-.t . 1 f-Xi if 5 Av , I ff wilrf CORA SMALL-Music Supervisor Western College for Women American Institute of Normal Natfonal Summer School Methods CN. NV. DJ Chicago University Cornell University Hahn Conservatory Wabash High School 1922 RUTH JONES-EHQII.Sh A. B. DePauw University Wabash High School 1920 MAURIE BAILEY-Bi'o'ogy A. B. DePauw University ' A. M. University of Illinois Wabash High School 1922-24-26 MARCIA SNOW-Physical Training A. B. University of Michigan Michigan State Normal College Wabash High School 1926 BESS T. BAER-llflathematics B, S. DePauw University Wabash High ,School 1905 CLAIRE E. MILLER-Home Economics A, B. University of Illinois NVabash High School 1920 MARY JANE 1-IEINLY-Art Supervisor B. S. Columbia University Pratt Institute XVabash High School 1924 1 fi I 1 , 24345- gglitkn A-,foe be K THE 1927 f' A ' ' riff 'Sz ' Y N 1 3 .133 , 2 , 'Z 5 I? X 61' fw wvffgg ,Eff li 'X i"Wfj2353ffa I 2? ff wig 1 rxd FAX ff XM i A M X , r ,S f KXXNQX ffm! fm' A MXQ 1f Xfx fg- Y MPPEMME4 A Vfi Q Wil? if R 53? f 1 42521 W fx NLJIWWWQS3 Jpiwjf f XX f f NM' Q X75-QsX Qllzrz-ses SYCAMORE a:av3--zu1n1-'3-x1-11-wi-114 9141101111--1:rzuiuiuz-111 pi'-102rgnznz-11-,xniuiq 0:1 J' f1fQ71fr1fAJ o:u.:,-110zninii-:0:..:u1., :1-in1-114.1014-1.-3--10101.-if.1--11.14-2-1--1-va-9--imp rm K X! ! ' sjzij 1' P3 F N f J' x Q':X,u L N 4 1 V n .41 w if V A N J 'X We Ei Q35 Q EJ - E 2 55? yr X fu I ll sfo lzfl 'Lsgf v CLASS HISTQRY 'Twas in September of the year 1023 that a hundred twenty some so-called Freshies ventured into that sanctified building on XVest Hill Street, then known as the High School. Their feelings were quite a mixture of awe and feargfor hazing had not yet been abolished. Too. they were rightfully made to feel very insignificant mortals, At that time it was little thought that this class of 1927 was to produce celebrities in athletics who were to be heard of all through this part of the continent. ln the year of '23 and '2-l this class was well represented on the gridiron. the hardwood, and the cinders. Never was a Freshman class so active in school sports as this one was. It was during this year that they lost one of the classmen. Paul 'Haupert. by death. This loss was felt keenly, arid his classmates were quite subdued for a while. The next fall the class of '27, then Sophomores. did not get a chance for revenge. as hazing was abolished that year. Needless to say. however, the Sophs were full of bright ideas when it came to making the incoming Froshes duly uncomfortable, That year the class gained added honors in sports and scholarship. Six Sophs shared honors and responsibilities with the rest of the eleven men who brought home the Vvlabash Valley Conference football championship. Too, it was a Soph who came home from the state wrestling meet a state champ. Besides Ross. there were several other Sophs on the wrestling squad which took third in the state this, our first wrestling year. The class of '27 was organized for the first time this year, the ofhcers being: Elizabeth King. President: Max Gray, Vice-President: Charles Coburn. Secretary-Treasurer. As Juniors. this class proved to be very efficient upper-classmen. They led the school in athletics and scholarship, Contests of all kinds were won by the Juniors. and a Junior. Ross. was the captain of the football squad composed mostly of Juniors, The class also boasted of two state wrestling champs. Ross and Austin. and Showalter took first in the -HO in the state track meet. The Juniors showed their social ability by the highly successful banquet they gave the Seniors near the close of the year. The officers this year were: George Ross. President: Augusta Downey, Vice-President: and Lee Showalter. Secretary-Treasurer. XVhen they came back to school in '26 they found themselves dignified Seniors. and very fittingly adapted themselves to the post of leadership of the school, .ln football, all of the sixteen men on the first team were Seniors. This team won the NVabash Valley Championship. The State XVrestling Championship came to XV. H. S. this year. and Ross and Austin. Seniors. again were state champs. Showalter. a Senior. distinguished himself by being both track and football captain. Vice was basketball captain, another Senior, and Max Ciray. also of the class of '27, was wrestling captain. This class showed its originality and cleyerness by the successful Senior Play. It is also the first class to graduate from the magnificent new school building. This is very fitting as the class of '27 led the school for all four years in scholarship and athletics. The class was guided through this last year by Augusta Downey. President: Philip Murphy, Vice-President. and Way'ne Sowers, Secretary-Treasurer. I' 5-. K s lt is with many backward glances that the class of '27 leaves old NV. H. Sathe best of all schoolsf Lulan Dennis. 1 I zf,-"' T'-T"'RZS'.7" wma' f-Y' -- -r H- -..kms---""':: ' 'A --e-4---....- W'-Ybvwc- N " 7 . 1 gf f I K I7 - as-Iqxi as 225-Tr A if V L- -. rfxfsc r M THE 1927 -Y .. V,,L e,.4 as s s ' s Xs 'ss-1 If -J AL'L1L'S'l'.-X Dowxiix' "Dm-ky" SAN!-mm AUSTIN "SlmJu" "ln selecting thc fricnds you would love s "A l'l1.1I'lIS man is lac. lovnl. lmncsl, and the basl lruc" Sh,'.'ll" 'l':.dl'a-" . .-. ,-, k X' ""J"' l W" W 'N fl-Qll1.111 11 10. BM.-null Jw. 30. Prcs. Scnior Class: Pres. Sun-shin: Sucicly XVruslling AZ0, '17, sxalc champion. 'ZTQ Vice-Pres. Junior Class 'ling SCCFCICIFV bunshinc Suiltll' '25g XVinncr of Dlslricl :. Larin Comcsx 25: Annual Smfll Srudcnr ,-XLICI Gml.Iasf'1-RRY "AI11."' Council: ln!crNos: M. ll lf: Scnior Play. ,A , , . Fr! A mudcsl gurl and Young and l.1ur 5- XYlan has an alaundancc ul' Ilaxcn hair" "" : ,.. XV, fx. A.: Sunshine Soniclv. PHILIP NlL'RPHY "Phd" XVlaat man dnrcrh, l dare. XVIuo dares do mom 'S nom' Rfxxxwxla SI'U'l'I' A'5u.11u" Vicc-President of Senior Class. "N-unc but llll'll'iCllV can lac his parallclu 6 f XVAYNI: Sgxyj RS lXl.XXlll Zlklkll RMAN Myth?" ",'Xn1bili0n hge, 110 fggfl' H,l.l7U l'l1llxlL'Sl FI1.ll'1Hx'f3, Jfld lllt Q,CnllCSl -i-E , . , ., . l '. M "-,E-' leather Lung: Class lrcaiurcr 1" 1 Sunxor ,Url I Plgy- Sunshine: XV. A. A. ...- f..,A., V x f- Af 'X --- fx -f f-'Q-v'T"x . 1 ' Q 4 7 ' ':4., X' -:g -V .. ,-4' ' M 7 1 l W ' -44 l 1 l Y l w n s is l ,. . 4 l ff.- 1 .,- ' lf' - l "- . " it , -x l ,1 v-bu I ,. .jul V. ' - fn " gm -Y f 'Z W W '-1 . , f 1 --f f f "- RZ J, C-3? Q'-f Z ' ..- 'R f ' f - 4 rf r - -. 1.,':.,, JT' ,-5 SYCAMORE Ci 451 I I if X X be I ll l CHARLES YVILEY "Charlie" "For he is exceedingly well read" Treasurer Inter Nos: Annual Stafll: Stu- dent Council. MILDRED LUTZ 'illfflidu Her nature is closely allied with art. W. A. A.: Sunshine. l MAIQGUERITE KLARE HAJCIFQEH A merry heart maketh her cheerful coun- tenance. C. D. S.: NV. A. A.: Sunshine. ALBERT BEST MAI" "The world knows little of its great men" MAR'l' EST!-IER GURTNER i'GLlfIlC" 4 i I "Her dark eyes can snap or shine. but IQ usually they shine" '7 - - wfvgr X I-lUGH MCNARNEX' "fWaf" 5.1 Hill-Cllmblf Staff! iv f As a classroom entertainer, he is indis- Class Representative XV' A' A' 1 pensable V RoBERT SCHWAB "Bob" "A little nonsense now and then is relished lg THELMA SANDS "Sandy" by the wisest men" i s, U . X H The OUIY Wal' to h-WC 3 good friend Leather Lung: Senior Play: Annual Staff: is I0 be One" Football '25. 'zap Track '25, '26, '271 Chorus: NV. A. A.: Sunshine Society. Vfrestling '24-: Basketball 'Z-l. 5 . l ff - A-2+-1,1-F..--. -. - A A --.-.--.-s.- T X f , Y ll V ni-.Im ,, zg.--'Tie Ah-f-key -xtfv, -- A T X - t THE 1927 4 . i l 1 F. X W 5 f l ' 1 ' ii f. -axgvis-MQ!-1 z ,- E -:L JUIIN XVI-BI-R "Jufk" NHNIJAS .Ill-111-R3uN ",X'.inmi-" Ulior hc is A lion .lmongthc l:idi.'s" Hur quicl Clx'I'I'lLX.ll'lOI' and gunuinc Smili' Anmml Smg: BMixL.li,Jl!1 Swim. pl-wg xpinik Iivudcr than could hci' wiirii-4. Track: Trcawrcr Lcnthvr Lungs C D. S.: Sunshine Sociulvg XV. A. A. l ..,-if ANNA Shlllll SHHIIU JAY RIGUUN ..SLlml1-- 1.- Oh' S'1'jw"' sms: thc q'XXv'lgcnNS Xml of "One wlflappmving huur whivlc vcnrx .1 bcnr' , - uiilxicigglis M. li. li.: XV. A. A.: Chorus. , ,, . INN! Crxzi HP vi-' '1 Rciixl ie XX iuiaiir liumii- X X' X" X . I' " CQ- 'll k'll. xl" "l would hclp OIITCYH, Ulll of .1 fellow m"' wrmu UXNXX' I 1 XX N' '- i . i . i .. . x . ' ' , Q-uhnu Xl l- l' XX 'X X Sunxhin- Siuulk' I.c.1lhurI,ung: Track 'l7. ,.-:EL .II-Sxl lil li1i.l'si1N "3iuuli1" -'-'. 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A, A. 4 l J, I-1.oi'D BURGITT "Sharm" YQ 'AYon Cassius has a lean and hungry look. 795, Vi'e fear he thinks too much" Nj fi Senior Play, l 1 f ELIZAPIZTH KING i'Ll'by" V "Her own pleasures are second when others 'I play .1 part" R President, M. F. FJ Inter Nosg Vice-Pres. N I Student Council: Basketball 'Z6. 'Z7: Annual Staff: Class President 'Z5: Secre k , tary of Sunshine '13, 'Z4: Senior Play. PIPHELMA BRAUNELLER iiThQ1n7U" "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merits" XV. A. A.. Sunshine. LEONARD YVILLIAXIS "Caleb" "Always gay, always care-free, Sobriety .does not become me" Basketball. three years: Vhestling. BURNACE DIEARMGND' "Burnie" "The days are too short even for love. how can there ever be time for quarrelingu Pres. M. P. F. '25, school basketball. Pres. KV. A. A. '27. BERT FERGUSON "Oys1ers" "Men of few words are the best men" Football '24, '25, 'Z6: Senior Play. Rfk. I li-"' C Y Y'C'k":Sv' " vie?--1 - ,....,.c -.. """ " ' "H'- --w-A-W-m,- . 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U 5, 1- M. lx l,, Sccrulnrx' Sludcnl Cuuncil 'lfz Hill Climber Slall, DOl1lYI'llY Tlmusn "IQU111.A Annull HH Hliuur fcct 'lcx'cn, livw lilw l1vJVff1" I ,wlu N ClllQNNlfYll li "Allin-" Sunglying Sugiqlyg XV, A, A, 'llc IS .1 lllllfl sl-lwr lmx. lu whmn lol-llmll .xml wrcslling .mrs lvolh .1 lxwl' l.lv.l'-lxfllklll 'l-l, 'l5: ilu-llull 'lla XVIVNI' V1l41,LD,-xxfls "ll-rl" Img 10' 'Sxlcncu is thc one grunt art ul convcr- wliwnu A1 Yl mx P1 ml "l3.lm1lV' 1,UllWrI,l,n74 "l'ln-:fx plvnlx' Ui' lllllx'-Hn mul lu lmrrx' C ll 5 3 llxll-Cllmlwcr. l1lJl'lIl I-411:11 "E.lf.-' N Cn wl4..l Sl.Xl3l 1 l 1: 'fum 'A lmxxlwlc liulc nmidrn, lu bc suru ., 4. l .lm .1 lruulvlval sun ul paxsmn I-vxwnl Cum. lvrfhl. and vfrx' l'mur"' , 'J K A" L M l ll: N . l unlln-r l ungq, lmvllmll Inu: nzlrx, lntcr Nos: Sunshmu Snciclxt XV A A. XVrvxllll1g, thru' wars le- -1 ,A -: -'Y x' - W Y Y , , ff' ! 'IS 'Y ' A 1- rr Z- - , g if , 41, iz-, 1 J' Y 4 '5 ' SYCAMORE an-, J? fs: lil! 1 ,,-- - ,.,- ll ff- W ,...- -,: ,.- ,1- .1- 1.4- if l...1- 2' ..- Lf- ,.,- 5 f JPN' -i 'UK f f 4 x X I l I 1 i i I l i be if RYE!! ,M-F V, . HOWARD WOIQTH UNIOSQH "Wherex'er he goes he makes friends and is a natural leader" L. L.: Football: Student Council: Yell Leader: Senior Play. fl ALICE BRUNN "LOU" "The fair. the chaste, the unexpressive she" C. D. S.: Sunshine Society: Hill-Climber staff. Vai? EDWARD VICE "Eddie" i "The ladies call him sweet: the stairs as 2 I' he treads on them kiss his feet" Z y President Hi-Y: Student Council: Leather Z Lung: Captain Basketball '27: Track. two 24 years: Football. four years: Basketball. Xl' four years: Wrestling, one and one-half years. K 1' ' JOSEP1'IINElVlYl.IN "Jo" To know her is to love her. , C. D. S.: M. F. F.: Hill Climber Staff. I N I I 4 1 l ! MARX' SCHORNICK "NIu1't1" "Honest labor bears a lovely face" Sunshine Society: W. A. A. CHARLES Mooms "Chas" "Still waters run deep" Leather Lungs. DOLGRFS JEFFIUES "Jef" "Another business pupil bright XVhose Statute reaches a little height" M. F. F.: Secretary C. D. S.: Hill-Climber Staff of '24, '25, '26, '27: Annual Staff, GEORGE Ross "Rossie" "He failed us not, and to triumphant victory led us" Football '23, '24, '25, '26: Basketball '23, '24, '25, '26: Track '24: Wrestling '25, '26, '27, State Champ. '25, '26, '27: Junior Class President: Hi-Y. if "'-'Mnzch K-new e 2 ee J-- L ...---- ' a 4- Q- V i Y Li Y ll N KN Q Sf J -5 5-. - . -'2':i'x.A .'r'AA - THE 1927 i l L Jursxiif KENNETH PRICE "Kf'r7r7g,f" "I-lc always stands rcadv to serve" DAx'iivmN "JU:-ru" "l'lcru'1-sto tlvc girl with Jl1C.lI'l .intl .1 smile XVh0 mnltcs this bulwlvlc ol' lit! worth Lcnthcr Lung: Annual Staff: Tmclt: Stu- dent Council: Studunt Athletic Manager til' A A whilcm Xl li. li.. xchot-I l.7SINlxCll7.lll. Qcnitir lxixlwi- 'l6. 'l7. lull. in-, M4 M2 -2 ,f- 5 f 1:-"' ,,.-':"- lNlABlil, CI,AY'liHN ".lluuln'lI" ' "ll slick Your lrirnd slick Vuurs to thc -"' lN'lARY JANE XVlEI,l,S ".llidt7t"' tml" -'I know everything exam myself" XY. A. A.. senior lmsl-tctlmll. Sunshinc 1 1 E Sociclv. C, D, S.: M. lx lx: Scnior Plav. l,,,-Xl..'i.N l UL'l'-l- Dl NNIS HRUJH 'lor if slic will, shc will4vnii ninv 1 f H H tlcpcnd ivnil. Rol Bl'5'Nl'-ll RMU And il xlic wnn'l. she wnn'i -.intl "To cash mind comm iti own mclliutlu llwwi' 'lu' Uml 'ln In ' Nl. l. l 3 lIllA'I Xin. Uiwlissinn Ciunlrsl X'w'innci til Ciftiiiriti' 'Q1i, ,intl sctnml place i.-. , . , V.. .311- winncr in -i. '-" i-I-wi N1iCifi'f1iiif ix "I' " , i-1: R ..ii li I . l mu lil 'PHY XX'11wl1S "ll tiililiif' llicru S A lilllc wav .ilwoul hcl' ilml riitlcnis ,Ami Un Ihcir Own nwmx lnmiwr mm hcr to .ill huarlv Mt- liumlv' C D S.: XY, A. ,XL Sunsl1inu. Oi'tlicxii'.i1 lmillmll '14, "Iv l-I: Y lf- -iA:Tk Yi' 1 f'Y - I pgv Q'-' f' -,.. 4 Arg Z f Y L eh? " A I - Y L.- ,jf--1:34 ,If V Y , if ' ' 'i wig.. SYCAMORE ,, P yr X Lu I ll 4 Lv 2 fl Qi? Urs. lVlARY BROOKS i'2W0t'y" "Theres a language in her eyes, her cheeks. her lips" Class manager, senior volley ball team. W. A. A. DOROTHY PEARSON "Dot" A Venus de Milo with arms: what more beautiful I Inter Nos: VJ. A. A.: Sunshine. MAX GRAY "TCFf1ibLll" "Life is for business and efficiency is the same" Pres. Inter Nos '27: Pres. Student Coun- cil: Vice-Pres. Sophq Vwfrestling '25, '26, Captain '27: Football '25. ALICE E. HUFF "Hufflie" "l am sure care's an enemy to life" Nl. P, P. ALFRED OBIUNGER i'R?dl' He's the rare faculty of being as well liked by the boys as by the girls. Leather Lung: NVrestling '26, '27: Foot- ball '26:lAnnual Staff: Hill Climber Staff. DOROTHY DUPTON "DOI" "Theres a girl of spirit. and we'll drink her health" M. F. F.: Student Council: Girls' Basket- ball team. captain '26. '27: Annual Staff. GEORGE SCHULTZ 'ischulfzlieu "Always ready. always willing- Never faltering, never failing" Leather Lung Pres. '26, '27: Sereant-at- Arms '25, '26: Student Council: Hi-Y: Secretary '26, '27,- I' N. K A JOSEPHINE WILKINSON "Jody" A "She is ever fair and never proud" , Annual Staff: M. F. F.: Senior Play. 1 nf ..,-'-f "' ""':i:rA' x-pm-0 A - A .-.- -. f i i ll ly as-,QR ,, 4,35 , 1... X ,XA , ""' -:' ', -A f "-S A - " THE 1927 . , Y fit, a , . I Rr l l Ja dd lil? f l l l ff-'J WLNDE1. SCIll5liRl3R "lm" KATHI 1 l'N ANN Sx1A1.zR1VD "KN" N "One mccls in him .1 manlx' man wllh "Iron hand in A vclvrl glnvuu Plwins Pffwn-11iIv"' M. If I, swam cm. wx ladder 'za L, L.: Football. '10, 'lfg Annual Stall. Svnmr Plav, ll ,,,."Z2 IHI S11wxx'.xx.'11-11 "l1..rf.f.1 W '-" lN'lABl.F JI xiii "B: J . . . . N I I 'lo clxmb steep hulls rcquxrcs slow pacc l"" "Her dcvolfon to work is an inspiration JI mu" to all who know her Hi-Y, lnlcr Nos: Student Counril, C. D. S.: Sun,hinc Sucictv: Hill-Climber: Idcnhu llungl yiwrlvrcmdcnli Track Up. AHHUMSI-1Hl ra.n 'llai lfootlvall captain 'lbx Basket- ball. -l wars: Scniur Plav. 'I RfJ1.l.A.xD PL'l.1.:a.-XN "Cl-Lu" N .. . . ., l'lIl'll-FEVDL'RXl'1AL'xlH "I'h.,.hn- Tvs strcngth, not swc. that counts 1 V V ' ln har claw shc plavcml luur part l,call'Jcr Lung: C. D. SW XX'I'C'lIl.l'lg 26. 'V A H Huh lnmlcwl 7caI and .1 ulwucrlul lwarl N.-. .lxnnual Stall. Xl. li. lx -,...- N.-xnoakl 'r uw :six "Alum" -2: 'llvcryllzing has a lwrlghl sid: and Marg Ml PII XYIIINE i lc "ll'l:1xlm" Jlwnvh mul" ll? Q Nuns lllll lllIT1ix'llY can ln' hix parallclm lnl.'r Nos: M. lu lx l.u.1Il1cr l ungi l'OullV.lll 'Ill ll:...":' 44- 1 -g " " , I J,-cv ff' .jk , f x - - f - -ac: ,fr 75 SYCAMORE 4 -1 J g LA Ai 'JK J Ik. ff X X I I 1 bu 1 I ll B Z.,-,fl 4 ka' 4 MARY BROWN "Brownie" "Her devotion to her work is an inspira- tion to all who know her" C. D. S.: Inter Nos, Annual Staff ROBERT XVASSMAN ufluk " "I am always in haste. but never in a hurryl' Leather Lung. KATHRYN VAN ARSDALL "Kale" "Patience and gentleness is power" M. F. F.: Basketball '27: Senior Vollcy Ball '27: W. A. A. ESTHER PERSLEY "Esther" "Blessed with a quiet and unassuming manner" Sunshine Society: W. A. A. .5 ffff ly E. iv ni-,EF ... ,ar 't 27:-ie' Y -' W W- af-. -- A " ' THE 1927 SYCAMORE rf- - - -V 7 -Y,.. , , - -7 .fax-1 ggi: J: kj! Iffl f if . , x g X1 TT Ta, ' ' L ' 111-1 ' ' 4 f'f':P 1. -QQ 'gl WI S ly f X' - f L ILL ,Y - " .Jig 1- S 'J N, wi V , J, WMA! UHF Q , Q8 A' 1 YN ,, i "iff 231455 E lliliffff "f ' pw! f K 'Y . xv. I 'fx 3 l x V" is U T! JUNHQRS, f-N If X X 1 Farrar Aubertin Kentner Baker Reba Beeching Helen Bent Armand Biclcel Ludwig Bizjack Donald Bowlby Maxine Carney Frances Carso Robert Clark Charles Coburn Ralph Comer Ethel Coon Roger Cozad James Craft Mary Alice Craft Dale Crawford Della Davidson Victor Donovan Layton Doster Helen Duffey Alverda Fierstos Marcelyn Fischback Genevieve Fountaine James Fry Elizabeth Clazier Kenneth Cyray Genevieve Hahn Ben Hipsltind Marian Hipskind Mary Ellen Hipskind Roderick Hipskind Paul Hamer Helen Hyman Olive Jefferson Paul Johnston I Aw Il I' J. VWZQ y 1' Lf V , XII I R I l 'I 2- U sea.- C ff X " fe C " Sf J?-L2-5, - ii ,EAA S !. THE 1927 Esther Gene Knotts Lamoine Latchem James Lutz Hubert Makuh El Tilda Meeks lirank Messer Harold Oclum Clark Roberts .lack Helen Stouffer Mabel S l, ucrece Shoemaker Charles Shroyer Rolert .Smith Katlue XVanda Smvers Marv Virginia Staton . . i lgslher nl hornlon Harriet Tiaovic Kline Ruth Long Thelma Lowe sa Marshall Charlotte Mahan Harold McGinnis Stewart Perry XX'ilbur Pottenger Robinson Marcello Schlemmer Maxine Schuler COIICH Stewart Smallwood Pauline Smith rine Smithee Sarah Sum merlaml Max well Al-JlC l y N rff-, dd V'- 3 -"' 1 ,.f 1' -f--"' ...Q- ,. - Velma Unger "'-:-1-,,, Mary XVarrington Burnette XVomlwartl Mildred Yopst l,-..':' Y lf: - I ,YL rx' C' .---if ' J2-,rg 4P ,fLf , I x Y g R K Z , SYCAMORE .ll xxa ll E 'E Q3 'VM " "' """'SF' 'T ', fn. .' " :Y 113,-.v 'Qu '- .Jw I-'73 i 1 "'J,'J"r,FQZ" Y' 'L ' I f- fi' " ',,"-4 , '. 9 5 'QTY' TT. . ,1Sjf':fT',jL E-ff' 9 'ST1-U':'11'.P - Y . - - . 3'Jwa5J' " 9LfKT1ffv:,.Q."". 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X .V X - - Nm, N,-,- N .3 ' ik '-f-MW::i1ff::gi"-A:'g',-F: ,rex ,, Qu ' -- " x W , 1,335-Q.'15:fjff':25:., 5' ug ,, HmapzU' ILC: 11 W wQgQ ' ,ff..?.r,,! ,aA.f:i-xg - ,ZXIX A, EEK f Ex 4 if x X by 1 1 'I ll n AH tl wa' .4 I I -,1- .4- X"7 LQ?-..- -1 Tw " 'Q-7----' ' -W' s- , - -.,., YY. Robert Abernathy Mildred Adams Robert Alber Mary Clare Aldrich Esther Anderson Armin Bahler Millicent Baker Betty Baldwin Helen Barnes Marie Barnes Martha Biggerstafl' Donald Brady Frieda Burgett Edith Burke Richard Burns Sam Carey Joan Clark Kathryn Ellis Charlotte Engle Louise Fahl Madolyn Fisher Marjorie Fisher Melvin Frankstine Willis Fritchey Virginia Gift Mary Virginia Gill Helen Ciordon Thomas Cornell Nancy Ann Cowgill Edith Cox Lillis Davisson Louise Dawes Joseph Delauter James Kester Edna Crist Rosemary Culley Howard Downs Harold Haupert Virginia Gray Thelma Haupt Marland Hazen Thomas Hickey . Frances Hodcl Nathan Holderman Mary Hoover Ruth Crumrine Eugene Hutchens Harry J. Hutchens Mary Esther lrwin Ruth Jefferson Esther Hummer Elsie Knotts Lucile Kramer M 14.21, ,-A" , 'gg-,X ,Li vi" , THE 1927 Mildred Kuffel Jennie Mae Langston Bessie Lavengood Eva Lehman Eldon Lower Samuel Mabee Donald McClain Pauline McCloud Jerold McGinnis Marv lN'lcNarney Marv Helen lNlcNarney Harrv Messer Jack Miller Robert Xlilliner Velma Nliser hlarv Alice Morrow Kelso Mvers Ravhue Neiglilwlirs Don Nixon Alice O'Brien Kathryn Pavne Louise Pontius Marion l,OllCI'lgCl' liranees Palmer Marv Rehak .lov Reifl Russel Ridenour Ruth Robinson Golda Schenkel Edith Schlemmer Margaret Schorniclt Eli7abeth Smith Marguerite Smith Pauline Smith Ravmond Smith Robert Snavelv Gilbert Speidel Edward .lones Kenneth Mullenix XX'illiam Slettler Shelbv Stevens R0l1Cl'I Sluops Opal Sweenev Xlfiltlus 'livner Rosllnd Votaw Henri' Vfatts l2li7abeth XVilliams Ruby XVhite George XVntids Helen Ma rie XVorthen .Iosephfnc Yost Elmer Young ..,, LFS Ja i FY:- 1" .. ,.f- l4?5 l-:,.- "2- 1 ,1 K .git- .,... -,-- if- lg ..- ..'- ,,,- R l' T , f Y 4 ' x , V JPN-1 ff , f , ,,.... 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F53 Q :. . ,gf g N ' 'ji I John Bloomer H , K - Cecelia Brewer lil J 'tl " N' Isabelle Brown ' , if 3, . if ' ' Q , Q Qs Q Q QQQQQ Q ,Q QQ Deloris Brunn , " .y N - SQ ., , Dorothy Bryant Sf-X - El ki N ga ' 3 , .f' ' , .+ 1-N r im- - . . .V-e,:1:,? Elsie Burns . Q J. Qu N Q ' " . 5 it qi Q , F Q XM-.4133 e -,Qty Q A t Q X 4--"wi reda Cole f 'XQI Q " James Comstock , L L, I Q Louise Cole 55: .QQ -. N " Helen Cowles l .-: ' z ' 45, ' ' 'MQ . B5 sa ' f V.: Avis CWP5 - 55- 'Q' x ,sag -4 Q ' George Cullers -:. . . fx H .-lge, , it - gl ' . " . QQ 'Q - Margaret Curtis 'Q - 5' ' Ki, Y ' Charles Daugherty ' ' QQ ' QQ Roderick Davisson - ' Frederick Endres l Q. "SEQ .jr Q 3 1 -Q6 l " ri N' ' Marion Davidson Q vi Q: QQ QS wx 3: 5:3 ' X Lera Mae DeLauter Q h .1:-" -m e s-if, , ' .ffsf -i Chester Dotson f 4, ' TU: if Ruth Downs J ' , -.f, KL N - 1 ' . . ' Vern.ta Ellis as -e .. , . " Q Q' ' ' Q '- Q 5: ldella Fierstos i , . -'vc' ' 'gg -A gfj X F . Paul Enyeart . 1' i V ga. af - " -Q ef 1 - . QQQ Q , My Q N ,I : QQ X eE:norQFiEhback Q , - Q ., : A ece ia Q arpow Z 36, R' QW uw . Francis Garpow f my Q Q if Vaughn Garner ' I :B ". .' -1 - - ' 'fi QQQTQQ Q Q5 XX , Q - 'X Q , Marion Gift Rf - ' . Q: - f f' 'W Q 33: Q.QQ.Qt,Qb Q ff 'Edna Hipskind ' . N 'H Phili l'li k' d , ,A p ips in " ' Rolland Hipskind Q Vivian Hipskind ' Q Qc. M X, - Hilda Henry P L I1 V , Q .ik QQ:.Q Frederick Hodcl X551 " S 'N-' X r Q Q Delbert Howard X .-'ff , " Ruth Hoffman X ' 'Q . .' ' 55 I' - in gf- Luther Hummer , Q Q x ' Q Mary Helen Hummer .:Q , Q.. Q Q, 7 I Q ' .Q Vsfilma Belle Hummer ' Q. B 1 ' "ll .. W1 I , nv . QQ .is xv: QQQ G Qi X Q,-gas. MaQlJeL Hlultchcns -2 W ' Q f-rx: A H ,L ,K ,Q 5' . . Q' i '-'-1 I Q Q,g:,QQQ,,Q X, Q , QQQ o n Qu chens gf k , .,fme1Q QQ- e 4, so Harriet Jeffrey -1 A ' .Q K N 'fag' - - Horatio Huffman fr A Q 4-1 E-5 i lr w x . X X yew, W l Y xl Qs l Q ai XS 5 X t r. 5 Q, .QV X x P' QQ Robert Jones Ulra Jones Josephine Jordan FX, -. . . g WS 'L "': Mary Alice lxendall ii Gail King Junior Latchem Pauline Marks li 1 X"7 -- f- v-Ling: mr...-4 ,eziq , on "ca: at X711-2' fe L Q LW-.. a - llit-K H, M INA ff'-xii ,-ffm-Q-4, , --X Q i 4 A "" ' f ik ' A7 Q S - THE 1927 Clyde Marshall James Martin Thomas Martin Loretta lNlcNarney Mary Alice Miller Adoline Xlilliean Julia XVallter Lorene Murphy Emilv Navroclter Olinda Owen Alice Palmer Howard Paullus Helen Pressler I Charles Reed Viola Reeves Mildred Rife Eleanor Roberts lfmma Robinson Estel Schlemmer XVilliam Mabee Clement Mahal Esther McCloud Beulah Moore Lilian Moore Hilda Mullenix Oscar Navroclxer l.oretta Obringer Eloise Owen Gilbert Pegg Glen Persley' Howard Perslev James Rhoades Pauline Rice Rhea Ridgeway Rox' Rodibaugh Helen Russel Mary Helen Shaffer l JL, J4 lx - V'- lil! 2 ..- .. ,,..- .. l George Schmalzried Robert Schuler XVarren Seotten Paul Shivers Dick Showalter y 'f-.1'- l.ee Slagle l 2 Kathrvn Smith , l '-S James Smith --' Robert Smvers Ruth Spahr Isaac Sposeep Glen Stahl liverett Stanton 1 Harold Stineman l er Robert Stone ' 'llhonaas Sundheimer W David Teague l.orin Tomlin son Charles Truss Howard Unger -- Darothv XVall-ter .?" Paul xxntrmiri l -'-,E Mary l1llen XVeimer i-3: l,ort-ne XVilliams Gladys XVootls Rolland Young cz. XVilliam Singleton l:E lranees XVortl1en -- :Xlvee Clarke -if ,, J1- Y ' YAY Q-4f::i,.:'4 T W Z . 1, 5,-1, QL, W f 4 l ' Y Y L 'i ' 'T ie r SYCAMORE ' Ai W1-. f Y x i X ff S 2 , N' S wx . , NX, K 4 Q XXX Ou ln C, 1 QQVIIQ ffouzll. LX -. 3 :A Q A , h W- ' '-Fi X For shexs the, guzecafwsfl 'Q A-- ' , ., Q 1 . 5- M. . 2 , il 1.11 .3 . F PTO 5, Ahua st 7-UICJQ,-I" lx' 'xx W A, 5 ln .Q I l I X! 1 my x , . V ' ...., - . Q Mx Poe, -J -1900 610019 .soQ,110f Alnwst o I P -. , 4 ," ' Q' V , "' -', 1. Q 77h . ui Zi - 'Clit 'kllff -I QQ if 1 1 S. 4' xx Q NE? N x X X X X N 'X Q, ., . ALJ! -',:2 V V A1 Goin totozzzjn X 'I w. Glu' Haro. X gf ' x l :' 44 'C 4 KX X , gf ,- ! .,':.'i-gxk Wx,fvx - THE 1927 'fi 22 fs Q53 1, Q 'Lf-'lfff 2:5 J? fffgh Eff' i L ' zigzag! ,llliij 1 Y,?f14 if 5? Y N f5 KAN f 'N X x 'Y XXX X xWij 7, ,f f' 1' f- ,.,-. '- I A EM ff X N K X K A f X I x Q x IV H Nsx Rf WL L I L, Xl Ky ilgg S- X S-f N L 5 1 ik Ammxfwxi E? F? b 'Ex Q ' ,Q - - ' - sf?-'45 f,. - -5- -x gx 'ig aQ?'ff?g,q 2 Agsx Qstlglviira SYCAMORE 1 . .o , Ll il. F' ,1 'f J D 3 Aw L?- -9 r"'-', L' , Y-..----...,Q..,, . '1' w' L ' .6- 9 I 1 3: ak. ,, V3 1 ' , ' , F.. . , . ., . . 'V In , Pl ,, " N l 1 1 l u . I' I x, ,.- ' 'Kp ' 5 x . Q. .t , ,- ip 4 r 1. , L , ', n s Q 4 f v w - w rv .' . I 5 .I Ill' ., " 1 I nl ' y n 0 , 4 .. " 1 ' . .:. ' I Q 7 ' o 'll wh: QJ4. 1 ., 1 A L ' AI, I. 7. 1. . K I ' " v 1' V v S A 'n if , 51 , ' .v ., n .'..1 wif. 4.-Q' -! " 2 Q',. , i in '4 ' v 4 I I. ,Q . .P-:Jw 'Q 4" L 1, . Q' uv- N w it V X' ,, I . , , . 53 V, .. .-, -.-. .. 3 5, , , fn Mn., , 1-.L-,',-' , , .,' ui " Q33 r' 1'1" 'x .,'0- , 0.4 ml 0 5011-rxnzuzuznxuznzu-15:1--puzuxnznxnznxnzu-ag:nz.::4,1-.11-141311101414-pqftq Jfzfgy wif AJ oxen: U 1- 0:01014-:Q 1:11010 1111-:U:win1ngu1u3n1n14ini-,101-rgugnzf-gn:.o:o FGOTBALL X "7 . Q. L '42 rx' f ff'-i db COACH 'IRHOM "CAP-If HURSIE' C.XPlf-l'l,I1CT W "DON" 'x VJABASH VALLEY CONFERENCE ff: Aggregnting more points against their opponents thtin ani' other conlerence winner before. 'L E the NV.1bash High team decisivelv won the XY.ih.ish Ynllev Conlerence cup for lOl'J'E. Their ., first opponent, Huntington. was ensily downed bv the store ol' 50-O. Showing even better form, the Thomuts tore thru Kokomo for Il victory of 50,7 in their second conference game. Completelv overwhelming the Logansport gridiron exponents. the XV.ihJsh team ensilv won their third conference game by the topheavv score of 74"-O. Pav detailing: Peru 45-3, the Thorn- cats won the cup and showed without ant' doubt their sttperioritv over the conference members. This is the second time in two Yenrs that .1 Xv.1b.1'.h team has won the Conlerence ehnmpionship, winning it this war and the year before Inst. i 7.2 4 -43.1-" . .,.- ,,..":. "'I'lCK" "VAN HORN" "K,-XYM ,'Z."'- , ,, lf- ' AZT, j 1 E' - Y 1953-9 fl" fi A 'rg :Cf Y ' -T Je: 7 :P A f .:.f- xi 25- ,411 gg:-,. 4f ' ' Ai 'gk 'I fi X Av ll THE WEARERS OE THE MOLESKINS LEE SHOWALTER. Captain "Home" Football fans always expected a first-class performance from "Horsie" and they were never disappointed. Changing from end position to back-field. he filled the place capably thruout the season. W. H, S. regrets to lose "Horsie." XVENDEL SCHEERER "Fat" Scheerer certainly displayed increasing de- termination to win. He played his part at center and helped the Thomcats come thru their successful season. We regret that Scheerer will not return to light and win next year, SANFORD AUSTIN "Sandy" 4 l ,r v "Sandy" has made a name for himself on the Hoosier gridiron. In the backfleld, he worked hard and capably. His brilliant interference was an outstanding feature of Wabaslis playing. "Sandys" going will cause much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth. HENRY YVATTS "Hank " N 1' x . file rf 2,1-Y I exif lc! l Hank played real football this year at tackle. He is a new man at the game and has plenty of time for improvement. He has everything a tackle should have. and with the will and determination. he should do some exceptional work next year. ',,,.'f 'i i,,?g A -3- 19- - L - U: ,.,w,,. ly ni--lqkli - 29, -5, V! rzvx 1-ii b- T THE 1927 EDWARD Vlct? t'Etltli't-" Although the bacltfield usuallv gets the credit for a touchdown. such a thing would be impossible without a good line. No team would want a hotter guard than Eddie. He always saw that his man an.l a few others were put out of order with' out delay. XVabasb will miss vou, Eddie, J'-v M4 lil 5 f wr! .,- ? ,,., LQXMOINIF l fYI'Clll-Xl "l.tlIt'hH " "Latch" deserves all the credit that can he given lo him. He won the admiration of his teammates and opponents alike lw hi-1 hard-worlting and hghting attitude. Latch will he back next year on the team. I -,,.'-'ZZ-' . , ..- Cil ORGI' RUSS "Re:x.xlt'H ln losing Ross, XValwa-.h loses the best hack in the state for three years. Displaving a flashv running attack. Ross has carried the hall over for a touchdown time and again. "-E An all-state man this year. Rozs will he very hard to replace. l ti- ...- .llxxl lil ltclttsnx HSt'tII7fU'l:!'tlIl7Nii "' XVal1asl1 lo-es a great leatler in ltrgtison thin vear. 'Scantvu plaved i wonjertttl N A gaim- at quarter hack and oulggeiaeraletl his .... opponents in a wav ereditahlt to the l1..t -- f l" i ,A r R' X .g-if 'Y J, N-T? ij. , A -'fi fr - s - 152231 4 ,VY ' - - L1 , wi -lv ' 7' - - Y Y ..f AY 1 A 1 :ia 4 - - i -JK' SYCAMORE Jo V3 if S X X. fe f I fl mf 414 Nf 4 I I .,-.. L.-..,....,.-Q... HOWARD XVORTH "iWose" "Mose" came out this year for the first time and did some mighty keen work at quarter. He was fast on his feet and could carry the ball thru for gains almost any time against the strongest teams. XVe regret that "Mose" did not come out before his last year. ROBERT SCHWAB "Curl" 'AGarl" Schwab. drop-kicker deluxe. was one of the real finds of the season. Gom- ing out for the first time. Schwab per- formed on the gridiron with credit. adding not a few points to the scores by his sensational drop kicks. XVhen will W. H. S. land a successor for "BobbQe"? GEORGE XVOOD "Indiana AL'L9," "Johnstown," the Thomcats' Charlestown King. used his nimble feet to good ad- vantage throughout the season. Such in- terference as George made has not been seen in many a year. George shifted about from tackle to fullback and vice versa anal played both positions as well as any coach or fan could wish. XVe expect to hear more about George next year. Ts- K 5.2 ' K'F""""n' ' in-,,,,,-, LEROY WOOD "Stone lVc1II" NVoods stayed a comeback from last year and played real football this year. Indiana do:sn't produce better tackles than Leroy. and his opponents feared him as the pro- verbial china-shop keeper fears the entrance of an angry bovine. NVQ regret it much that this is the last year in W. H. S. for "Stone XVall." --.G ix A 1... L E' X ff . . Vi: ll H-,KN is THE 1927 J, Q 5194 fa v 1 f - 2'-1 i 'i' f gf'-i DONALD Bowtisv "Sho: Poor" "Shot Foot," captain-elect. followed the precedent set by his big brothers. l'Pop" and 'Bernf' and delighted the football fans with his great playing. Bowlby will undoubtedly make a great name for him- self and captain the team next vear thru a successful season. M2 CLINTON OsTH1xtEit "Myrtle" -- E Osthimer plaved a brand of football this - season that probably made some of the old gridiron stars stir in their graves, He entirely justified the honor given him bv a berth on the all-state team, A task to be solved next vear is to find an end like "Oosterbaum," -:.':-'- ALFRED OBRINGFR lifted" At end position. "Red" was a star. The old fighting spirit is deep within Alf. and he helped the team over the rough spots by his exceptional plaving. No one could want better ends than Obringer or Osthimer, NV. H, S. loses a real lrish scrapper in "Red" I-'-.."J-" fgs' ,.1 BLRT FtRt'.t'soN "Ot1.:1ers" 5:3- -'...'I' Bert plaved an eliective game at guard this P-::, year. His plaving this vear showed a great improvement over that of last vear. Bert is fast and heavv and stopped all plavs going his wav. Too bad XV. H. S. 'S' loses him. -.5 l.,-Q. 1' f - I pil? ff' .K Y- - Y Y fib- Y E - .. -1- i 4 A V Z If 5 71? ' it-1 g 1 17 SYCAMORE A" '11 5 x f x X RECORD OE FOOTBALL GAMES I I ' o Huntington , , .,.,,.....,...,.. Vwlabash ,......,., . . . . . .59 ' Peru . . . . . . . 3 Xklabash . . . . .45 Logansport . . . . 0 XVabash . . . . .79 I Goshen .... . . O NVabash . . . . .31 'M Kokomo . . . O 'Wabash . . . . .57 , Gary . . . . . 3 YVabash . . . . , 0 1 Manual . . . . 6 'XVabash . . . . .48 Marion ....... . . 6 YVaba3h ,.... . . . 0 Muncie ...,.. . . . 0 XVabash ,...., . . . 7 " Total Opponents . . . . ,....... 18 Total Wabash . . . . .326 NON-CONFERENCE GAMES ' ' 4 P ,J i ll J- . iii? if fm! ' 4 V x k if ln a rather slow game on the Goshen field the Vvlabash gridsters trampled Goshen 31-O. Straight football was used to win the game. At no time was the Vklabash goal line in danger. The Thomcats scored a victory over their old rival in a game that ended 48-6. The Orange and Black team put on exhibition a sort of football that is seldom seen in high school games. ln a game replete with thrills the Golden Tornadoes won from the Thomcats by the close score of 3-O. Playing against a team that had, not tasted defeat by a Hoosier team for seven years, the Orange and Black team completely outclassed the Gary warriors in the last half. Many fans declared that VJ. H. S. could defeat the Emerson aggregation in a game played the full time. In a game conceded to Wabash before the kick-off by even Marion fans. the Marion Giants thoroughly squelched NVabash's aspirations for state championship by a score of 6-O. The usual punch and drive of the Orange and Black team was sadly lacking. Over-confidence played the trick without a doubt. COACH THOM ln the three years that Coach Thom has been with XV. H. S.. he has built up a reputation for himself as a go-getting coach and has pushed farther the high standard of athletics in Wabash High. He has moulded raw men into ascrapping, winning. football team, has produced I famed track men. and has amazed the state with his wrestlers. Of Coach. we can truthfully say that he has eagerly taken on the harness and done more than his share of the work at l I each and every time. :L-"' "'2y -A wp--0 L- -..,.s... -""""" ' Q-Q.-....s.--.... WSJ---:rt i f A Q ll T A if V Il -- fV'X',.,-..'?:, 1 iw' ..f-Q-x 7 ,xA - ,Y A JL M THE 1927 BASKETBALL V . i "l?tltlir" hats pliiyt-tl 11 vonsiftcnt glllilt' for several ye:ir4 for olil XV. H S. Vie: rtzlrtrtl :it forwzirtl :intl was the mzln who liizulc- most of the points for tlic HCoolin:-ii." lhltlic is Ll player who mn 5 he depend:-tl upon to tlri hix he-st in c-:ivli :mtl cvcry plziy. Hr is i lighter :intl at aportslnan from tip of tor to top of liczitl, Eddie, uc ' JL., suv gootlhyc with regret. RECORD OF GAMES 5-4 il j 5 f XX'.1bash ,,.., S' ver Lake , , 16 XVnluSh . .63 Chester I5 Xvghgigh , 25 ROJHI1 . . . , 15 XVnbnsh , . 2-l Gas City l8 XVnbJsh 18 Peru 23 - XV.1bash , 20 Logansport 07 , "' wnmh 27 Ift. XV.iyne, cmmi 32 N - XVabash ,27 Huntington 31 W'-: XxvJlJ.1'Sl1 , . I5 Jonesboro 25 -'- 'f XV,1bn5h . ZS Akron lo T XV.ibnsh , . 36 Cms City , . , , 31 XV.1bash 16 Peru Ml 5 XVnba'4h 4 20 North Msnchester 40 Vfnbgsh 25 Jonesboro . to XVabash , Z7 Huntington -ll XVabash ,ZZ Ronnn ll Xxldbdill I7 Lalxeton . 25 XX'3h3gh 715 l..llxClOl'1 . 717 XVJbnsh 35 A mlwov 'mtl -:.:- XVJbg5h 15 Mnrion 51 fi COACH COOl.lN'lAN Upon Coach Coolmnn's hrond shoulders rested the job of converting people lrom the idea that XV.ih.ish was not .1 lmslwt- 'T ball town, XVilh veterans to work with, he developed the Cool-men, A team lhat plaved lmaketlmll with the hesl. Plnving 1 with tennis lar superior in n.1lur.il nliililv, thev held their own .ind stopped Fighting onli' when the linnl whistle lilew. Coach -':,7., - Coolmnn cerminlv knows hnslxetlmll and kept the le.in1 instilled 17- with the lighting spirit. XYith Coolmnn .is lmxltetlnill rt-.ith. l XX'.1ln.1wh has hopw of going to the Sl4llC tourn.intent--sonic elav. ' ' ,Y .l - inf 1,,. Ai 'V 7 . 1,5-Tv, QC' W L fit - - e L fb,-X 5 - Y K V Lf- i ' Q31 --- - JT Z Y 'i -Ju' SYCAMORE fo ff X 1 I 4 li I, 'I Although the basketball season was not so good as was hoped for. the Coolmen did as well as could be expected. XV. H. S. baslxeteers have always been handicapped heretofore by the lack of an adequate gymnasium. Now, with our line new gym. we have high expectations for our basketball teams. New material is coming on from the Junior High. and Mr. Coolman hopes in the near future to bring basketball on a par with the other sports. The team won a large number of the games it played and showed line form in some of them. In the sectional tournament they defeated Roann by a score of ZZ-ll and then were defeated by Laketon ll 25 to 17, Lalxeton losing to North Manchester in the finals. 4 l -7 L? fl. y I I l '2-1, by if XI' , K il N I 5 I 24- to Q We-E as V Q---M -.r-a-a.a-s time g V 1---,QL ,, Al- 1... , ,.,Q..z, , i frzx,x iii ? - TTJE 1927 WRESTLING George Ross Sandy Austin . Theodore Belloc Auree Scott Alfred Obringer Max Cirav . Red Obringer Bob Stoops . ,,.,, 102510 If lt HONOR ROLL s't'a'ri3 CHAMPIONS 7 1 . . , , lfllb-lf Bob Schulet' Lauren Chroniiter Homer Knee IUZ7 SECOND PLACES . IWZ5 V115 , llllh THIRD Pl. lqlfllff' IUZ7 lUl'5-17 Rollantl Pullman Bill Grav Clinton Osthimer ACES Bob Marks Walter Bahler Theo. Belloelt I JF Ja i i M2 lil 1 ,.,-- .- ,.- VJRESTLING XVrestling is the sport of all Qports lor the development of the athlete. This ia universallv recognived bv coaehee throughout the countrv. liach hov, liom the light weight to the heavv weight. ii given an equal chance. All ix lair. Natural ahilitv is not neeeesarv and prolieienev in the art can he gained thru praetiee. ln the three vearw that XV. ll. S. men have eomhatetl for honors on the mat. they have not lost a tlual meet, Meeting eaeh and every one ol' the toughest aggregations in the state. they have vanquished all. ln IUI5 they placed thirrl in the rtate tournament: in IOZ6. second: and in l'PlT, ther were crowned xtate champions. NK'ith three hrsls. two Seconds. and three thirtlx. the Orange .mtl Black team defeated Bloomington. running up 35 to I-l. Coach 'lhom inlrotliieetl wrestling in VU. ll. S. when he hrst came here and the winning ol' State honors wac a lllllllgl wav lo lml l.xrewell to him. lhis veark team will he the last "'l'homeat" team ol XV. ll. S.. lvut it has upheltl nohlv the liglatirig tratlitionx of XVaha'4h under the inspiration ot a lighting coach. 1,1- 1 ,Ll Jie SYCAMORE 1 , L - g lflfh l'l25 lltlti lfllf' V 11:17 4' --,.:--' ...- l'll5 1910 llllta ly -F l D "..1'-T .,...-."" 5-212 TO' 5 I 1 55:9 yvff R "ww-. TW M252 Wh Q Y ' Q xx K 1 ,, -L-l--.wmv N:-M M. GRAY' UNlAX" l25 lbs. Captain Gray is one who trains to the nth degree the BOB PRINTY During thc three ycars that wrestling has becn in vogue in Xllabash, Bob has been n faithful and conscientious I vcar round and is an ex- pupil of Coach Thom and an 1 ccpuonnl wrcsrlcr. Hu took invaluable and to the wrest- I third plncc in the state ling team, Hc is known Junior Middleweight match. Grnv is J srnior and throughout thc Stale for his . will be greatly missed next ability as a grapplcr :md ns Champion of the World year. nn excellent rcfcrec. Av I I '4 E F. V.: a g Y h . F... ,L K fl. 4 . P 'QLD C v M 4 Ross, GEO, "F1rpo" ,, ,, AUSTIN. SANDY 16.3 lbs, SCHULER, BOB 155 lbs. Il Rm, is J nam,-31 wrqgglgr 100 lbt. Sandy dcscrvcs a lot of in and pmwgscs Jbmw ,mf pro- No fone cxpcgud Bob to go crfdlt forHthc dsuclrcws of thc f- m.l. would tnvy. Hu so .Jr town attaining tau tvnm, c upicntrd his x hbxssubcicn stats clinmpion in irate ?hnmp1on5hip .is hekdid lgccorj for lift year and dc- !" 'ly' 'ch of thc thu- or marc wcrc some een ents n is opponents in iwiircliling for XV. llt gmpp-len in his class. Bob the smite tournament. XV. H. S T1-W lmq of "R0g5iq" will surprlwtl them all :ind took S, will frcl the loss of 1 bc of grcnt regret to all. first place. "S.1ndy." I ...-1 ' i wiiiliif' Y, ft-f -t f -.-.-.f-- t o fe-1--M - M- -W ,Wi 7 f f i Z n - ,..-Ea, L-' Yrfxfx A - A g .x A f THE 1927 r 4 A 1 X J K ' K, f .X OS'lAIIIfNll:li. HNIYRTLEH Q M I' V5 Ib, OISRINKJ-R. RED Cklmr Jud wmv grand wrcxt- INV' Ibn , ,I ,, Img .mr thu slats and xml-A Rv! um .1 laugh wrullcl and ' lx. GRM. BILL thc km :uf xx' H 5 bv X..-H.,-.1 .1 W. wh- .h.1mv 1094 lbw hul-lung down A much hcnvxsr hnxng won :VNV dual mnnh Bull slagud A comeback tha uppuucnl, unc champmn Iwr .'.1ulv. bm my ,m.1 ll,u.h,-1 hun mu ol :hc muon nfrcr wx.-r.1I vnu, rn 1 Jammu- .-I lil-1--nwwpmn mmlun.-J mn xhuu-mg the wrong .aturu-jc ljhr' g-nr wcond plnqc XX' Inu Dum mn or A ilu! 1"I.1Qc at hut 15111 du! mme hyd ll S null mv guudbvc tw In hu Lvl war nl ympplmg :- Imurung and phud wcond at MvrrH with much xhtd Rush.: 4-vuld lun- dum' nl 'X lhc Bmw dawg U1 lun Al.-uw' Rf-I mv-, Fr, .,.. 3 f. p. '- -1 W x ...1. I ,,...--"' 1 --'.':-' n ...- 1 "i 3lUUI'N. "Bob" -s-,,,,'-'- JUNlg5, "N,xmsc:o H 113 HH ...- glux-Y yyugyn CORN!-l,I., I lknlv mu mn' nl :hr I.-.nuk 1 Thu vmr was lhc fnrsr I-11 Ili III. INN" "W" ',""uXh""' lhf VNV' "'i -g,,m.x ',,,,i4 .,1,h,,,,Ky, ywhl 'I- U 4, hm. ,impvlvr IHII I-.-uh In ,mmvmh .uni .ululnv h.- W-ppm: ...H Wm. xlw 1.21, n,..1 1-...I 1...L .H mf xl..1.- ,Wu H-' WH H'-'fv X'-I-1' HHHW Ih 10,4 .H nw -.rm bv 1 Lum .-W,..'n.f, nm l-.QW ""A'H"w1 'IH' H'-1" N"-' MH mmll -I-mu-nu .xn-! -ful nut l1l.Ilr'l hun un lin-m.1l llv "H" "UI "I 'HN' VIJU' 'H "W pins N-'xv van. wulh .1 u1nIlnv1pl,lu' NY H S FH, N""" "' " V"x""" "VU" :- w.r.f-n w rxywrnmr lvlls ' ','n.vl .-xp..1.umnx --I I ""l' " WU' 'U W' NM 'WU -- shnnlll wmxnl ,mu hugh mx! vmv V""' ..- ..- L,- :T- i .,1- Y I, Yg, ' 1 C -.- ,I W- f ' lp-3 ff" , A f , , , , 'IX - -e f - "1 ,L A - 4 f ,Q - - - Y f if 5 ,V A , Y - J ivk SYCAMORE TRACK ei I BOB X wel? Q X X XX NHLE RELAY This year's mile relay team was and Showalter, who were four of the have each trained hard and faithfully. Unlike most teams. they are all good of injury or sickness. Petty. with his without weakening the team. ln fact Two of the biggest achievements this the Goshen and Elkhart relays. These These boys all perform better in relay showing a keen interest in team spir TEAM OP 1927 composed of VJoods. Osthimer, Davis. best quarterfmilers in the state. They and the result has been a winning team. men and run at about a par. In case grim determination. fitted in any place he ran when the team won at Elkhart. year have been the winning of cups at meets are two of the largest in the state. action than they do in separate events. L. At the time this is going to press. the school and the town are anxiously awaiting the outcome at the state meet. According to dope, the team has the best record and the best time in the state. 42' .fi 1 , T35 ,.,.-- , j'- - '-ag-V S A - -1, :gr .,..-17' Av' ' Eff, Q: ..,f1i " SYCAMORE re: ,- '- ,..- P,-r..." 1--'zr X ,.- 4-4- -:..- L .Zi W...-v lr-.:':' -.4 -- i- pc' if "jk 6 I f'S A TRACK SEASON Although individual stars were few this year. VJ. H. S. exhibited a track team that was the last word in cooperation. There were a few men in the field events particularly. but this defect was made up by the number out for track. Captain Showalter was the star of the team. gathering most of the points and showing good form in the half-mile and 100 yard sprint. Ferguson delighted fans by heaving the shot over forty feet. He increased the score for Wabash several times by his shot putting. Woods, dusky quarter-miler, helped the relay team by his running. Schwab and Cornell placed in several meets in the high jump and pole vault. In the meet at Elkhart, April 16, Wabash took two thirds and a first in the mile relay. The following Saturday in a dual meet at Peru, the Peru team raced to a 76-23 victory. At the Goshen relays, the mile relay team took Hrst and Showalter copped first honors in the half mile. W. H. S. placed fourth in the Wabash Valley Track and Field meet, May 7, at Kokomo. A few words must be said to summarize it all as this must go to press. Altho ,V the team was weak in some of the events. the boys could be counted on to score heavily in each meet. The mile relay team has been built up until it is one of the best in the state. All in all, the season was to a degree satisfying. ll , SECTIONAL AT PERU V 313 ,f . . . . . X The following track men will participate in the State Meet: Woods, LVX if Osthimer, Davis, Showalter. Qmile relayl Ferguson, and Cornell. V Mile Relay-First ibroke sectional record, 33479 x 1' Pole Vault-Cornell, first. Half Mile-Showalter. second. Shot Put-Ferguson, second. i 2' ,lain A 1 w ,ix 'AA . 4A H THE 1927 GIRLS' ATHLETICS COACH MARCIA SNOXV XVl1cn Conch Snow mme to XX'.ili.iQli High lair tall, thc faced tlic trciiiuntiotis tml-, of tr.inQInrming A group ol' tut.illV incxpcriunccd lmsltctucri into .1 iwll-ftinctimiinfg girl! it-Am. Shu has wt J prcccdcnl that will bc lurtl to ntt.iin in Iiutuic vtxirs bv othcr coaches. lirom thc iccming multitutlc ol' :Agar but untmincd girls ol KV. H. S.. she climinntud All lvut A few wlin showctl promiw ol' becoming Qtari on the court. XVitli this group as her ntulcus. slit' lctl A tram out onlin thc lltmr tlmt fought the whole gnnic .intl kept their ctwtirngu dt-spit: the tlultnits certain tii bc mvtcd out tw tcnnis in thuir inlinncxt XXI lt-cl tlmt Coach Snow hm lwrottglit girls' luslwtlxill to stnv i ri XX, ll 5. RECORD OE GAMES ? ,ff-, M4 lil XV.1lw.1il1 . , S Stiincrwt . l-l - XVJlmQl7 l5 Stiiiiicrwt lll fu: XY.1b.1sli ll Gas Citi' 14 1- 2 XX'.1lu-.li 4 llcru 3 H "" XV.iluSl1 lf' Swfctwr 14 4 XV.1l1nSl7 3 .lrinfxlii-rtv ll Xxulxiild ll lkru 5 1 X'X'.ilusl7 ll Lim Citi' fi , XVJl1.1xl1 18 Sxvcclwr l I' XK'.il1.1',l1 'P .Juni--.li-irti l " XVnlm-Qlu O-l Cliippuipi 9 V :-'- l -f.-T-' iii' ,.:: l,...': -1- l - f f Y l' dk -iii' . X 9 , 1, Nix, 4 .PR ,-, i - Y Y Y ,ff--fi' IZ1 -4 47 Y Y ' 'f - E SYCAMORE If Q INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL I X. To stimulate the interest of the students in girls' basketball, Miss Snow put on an inter-class basketball tourney. The Sophomores were victorious , over the Seniors. The Juniors defeated the Freshmen. In the final game between the Sophomores and the Juniors the Sophomores Won, making them ll I 11. g if ZW f Nr' Q if I K , e l -i fee T T X if- 4 x-Sr ' Kjirf' ' Y ' ,,...Y--. Ya- ll- ' H ,l i f,V - T THE 1927 f JF ,fa lil inter-class champions of the girls in XVabash High School. ln other sports ff: tourncys were also held. The Juniors were victorious when it came to playing -:L E'- vollcy ball. ln baseball the tables were turned, for the coveted championship " in this sport went to the mighty Seniors. Rahf Rahf Rahf 4' -'-L5-. L+- X1-F ff' E.:- ,.... l'...:' 4- -in f 7 - f-7 n ps-T ff' A f , -,R i' Y f 4 E :: A A 1, , - ,., .g lf if ,it g ' JY 4 i Y SYCAMORE A A'W-1 fo K l I CAPT. "DOT" HBURNIEH CAPT.-ELECT X Pres. W. A. A. "B1CKr:L" , This year marl-.ed the beginning of girls' athletics in VVabash High School. and from all ' indications they are here to stay. Coach Snow produced a team this year that, although it did ' not have a totally successful season. did a great deal in establishing co-ed athletics in W. H. S. All the girls deserve a lot of credit for their hard work and the fine attitude that was shown. Old Englizh letters were awarded the girls at the end of the season as a token of appreciation. Ai, The line-up was as follows: Dufton. DeArmond. Engle. Lavengood ................ . Forwards f Baum. Banister. lVlcNarney. Yost, King . . . ...... . . . . .Centers Van Arsdall. Biclvel, Brown,lJavitlsmi , ..... .... G uards Next year, with seven veterans. the Snoxvhalls should strut their stuff against all comets. '1 VCLLEY BALL Miss Snow introduced volley ball among the girls immediately after the basketball season. They took up the sport with zest and have become very prolicient in the sport. An inter-class ll tournament was held and Hrst honors were won by the team representing the Junior class. 4 I 'fe ILP pf . p tl Z f l W lflfx 'f Nf K 'I VOLLEY BALL CHAMPS 1 7 2 R f4YL :Yi-in -hui -.lr ..,-' ' C.S.f" c'm1 ---- - lm f- f. - 4... -.. " -1--M MNA- W:-vw -. , X -l V i ' it ' . 1 -A V 1 at-,iq , J'-"Sl-.'3r ..-fr.. - i C THE 1927 nf? 1, W 2. 5 5 1 2 fs? ff X ixmfggig J? wgtpgu jf Q23 5 ' 1 ff if 1 fi f,ffXfNN N Qfgx K N W X x W1 M , ,4 ,....f'-' ,ii X fl K X XFX X Y x Lv KX x jf N 4 ! i ' V9 ff , J N? xx fg Mg? M5M1,ff X Q V212 wifi 9 v Iijfii K -1-i.-if X iff' X 'A W9 1 id wwf? :EQ ' K ig cl , ,5Q? f-.-'Q x 'fXx ff 5' Nkiq Q' SYCAMORE - X.. 7 xg 0:01101011:iuzuznznzuinz nzuzf:in10141201014'14511,303.,14.1..g.,g0gugugqo:o Mlfo. MWAJ : ofa uqnnxuzuxfng--11-101011114 rx.,am111-m-1.111-1--11,Quin-ml...-11-1.--p--14.11--mix-0:0 STUDENT COUNCIL In an effort to mai-te our school more democratic. .1 new nrganimtion. The Student Council. was created this venr Bi' the medium laws or rules pertnining to our school of this Ol'Q.II1l7.lII0lI, the student hudi' mn prtipose new goxernment whieh thev wish esmhlished. XX'e Keel that nude in our sthool Itir quite .i while. The membership this is one of the gredtest Jdvnncenients of this orgnniziititin is composed ot the oiheers ol All the org.inii.itions .ind the heads tit' .ill the JH I4 .. III Activities in school, The executives of this org.1nif.itiun .ire Max Gini: President, Illimheth X King, Vice-President: Louise I.eI.ind Seeretarv .ind Iireasurer. Mg ,. 5 V INTER NOS 'jf Inter Nos. as You have prohnhlv .ilreadv guessed. is the I..1tin cluh of our high school. The meaning of the name is HJXIIIOHQ Ourselves." Thev cnrrv Iriendship .mining the nienihers. Ani' student wht: is tilting his third i'e.ir nt' l..itin or who has taken it for three it-.nw is eligible to this cluh. Each month .in interesting .ind enimxihle meeting is held .it the hume of one of the members. At that time thev have unique pmgmnis which .ire both inxtrtietive :ind entertaining. Their officers Are. Max Crm: President: Iglimbeth King. Vice-President: Chas. XViIei'. Secretnrv-Treasurer. The credit for this orgnnization goes to Miss Iihvnei' who h.1s heen untiring in her eiinrts. V --- I -ffl' . ...- :sl-' ...- li' ' :Z- q..41" Q Y ff lf-.- Y 1 - I M PC' 515' , f A 'rg Y' A' 'rg-T' S' ,fn 1 Y T-L ir JT Y 4 -1 ,Vi Y., 1 Q. - 1. fx ff e be f "I M. F. P. Two years ago the M. F. F. was organized to boost athletics in our school. A Since then the Mystical Fun Finders have become the standards of loyalty and pep in our school. Never a contest on the gridiron, hardwood, cinders, or mat, but what the M. F. Ffs were there lOO percent strong. They made flags before the Gary game to make the town more festive for the Homecoming game. Then 'v when it came time for the pep meetings, none could surpass them in enthusiasm. At the close of the football and wrestling season, this loyal group of girls X ' . showed their appreciation by banqueting the heroes. These are only a few of ll! I the innumberable things this 'Apackage of pep" did this year. Their member- 3 ship is limited, so they try to choose the girls most active in promoting good school spirit. Their success is aided materially by the never failing, always K 'I increasing interest of Miss Jones and Miss Snow. Much credit is also due their 1 N officers: Elizabeth King. President: Helen Hyman, Vice-President: Betty l , Baldwin. Secretary-Treasurer. 5 s' ,oc . 2 THE 1927 F' vt. If: Q Ji 1? " 'sac if L K . a . . 'z . X ' x V 1 ... . ' if , li-C" ' f gas A i' ' V .J 51 "-- t 1, yt. I . - . A . U -i A V - 7- ? ' sd X I :M A I I A 5 , i 1 st: 7? -ty I W JL, ' i .5 - - Iii? J ' x I5 it V in 8 X c L Q . it ,f .f , AV E V: ,I S, ty, . ? 1 x WI.. 1 ,A ,,.,- LEATHER LUNGS Leather Lungs-that's just the name that best applies to this bunch of fellows when they are out lending their voices to make a pep meeting more successful or to help the team come to victory. They were organized three years ago and have steadily increased in power until they are the leading boys' club in VJ. H. S. so far as accomplishments are concerned, Each year they give the basketball team a banquet at the close ol' the season. thus doing their bit I5-...", 4-,,.. ,tn- -,L- l in keeping the hard-wood boys in spirits. They gave a play again this year which was very successful, signifying much hard work. Their membership is .ss- - . -ZZ'-' limited to hfty. all loyal workers lor XV. H. S. Mr. Tewlxsbury and Mr. -'T Carpenter lend the "helping hand" to this organization. The oflicers are: George Schultz. President: Lee Showalter. Vice-President: Robert XVassman, Secretary: John XVeber. 'lireasurerz Robert Schwab. Sergeant-atfzlirms, " ,Y ,K Y ',,J 1- sf- - Q' C - -ff ' f 'R f - Z-'Y ' !,--:P . If I .rjij r - L figa S f :Y ' 5fxW"jcV-1 Y 77, -e-':f' " '- -, --1 SYCAMORL --,- . Naaenwf V H355 .ef - A.,. ek. N53 ie 5' we ,.w sf imwe H. aN.v as sf asses., f 5531 sites. eidifwi SW Je '- ' , f r. 13" 9 X 3 " . vt ' ff ' ff f ' ' ,rl X, 1- M ' ev. . H., . -4 csv ' . 5 Q' N' '-4, F fe if ' , ' V ' li..-.J X t tasks - if N Q . fi a - y it . ' " , . - ?H:"i. m.fSaW QW 'QWWM ?'vfy9aQaNi 4 ' 3 im L, -V ' 'ff' ii . . I - ., -A -we " " - ' ' ' '- li p f'S . 'N . . 4 -'-- f. :Q we . in - - f ' 'Nt iaasiiss .-ff -gs- 3 . 3255, , 5' .Q - -na :.- ,. .,- , - . .I -5, ., - V - -' , I. r X '- : 1- 5g ff -ii, V .- se. 1 sg T", gt ... 4 -' , ., . s , x ' .e ggi -, A -'rn L. ' 4 , ' A - - ff , 1 . . . X 1 : ' 3- ,, . .s,r,m.- ,.,, , A . . ... , 1. .ses e . .... . A xx., V . .. - r - Y J '- ' -' I f -P . 'Q ' , . i ' X . -23: :jEg:317'f:QQf,,f:,?1i'. . gt s . :i'- a FV A, V: Q . . tb,f . 71 ' in . ,,ifa'f.433fEZZ5f 'I' 4-f...:.2-3' 4:s'I:gZ2:E5f5 - J 1 'Q E A ,Q-41,3 ' Ain" -. W -"'?'z.'-1... ,, K an " wr Q' - ,ill Wi? ' 2 . 1 l A' Jan . 13214 F721 5 ' mf xl 4 Q t X? N . . . ,,.. ,. I.. rt X 3 'X is . , I X C.Il S 1 , ' The C. D. S. is a club organized in '25 for all members of the Commercial Department ' whose grades average B plus or above. The official name is known only to its members, Oibcers are: Louise Leland, President: Dolores Jeffries, Secretary: Tilda Meeks, Treasurer: I Kathryn Obringer. Sergeant-at-Arms: Alfred Obringer. Doorkeeper. The business of this club 'M is to cultivate good habits and elevate scholastic standing. 1 I '1 ORCHESTRA The High School Orchestra has had only a few chances to show the talent that is in this group this year. They pleasingly furnished the music for the Senior play. proving their merit at this time as well as at the commencement exercises. Under the able directorship of Miss n Cora Small. the orchestra met every Thursday after school. year increasing interest will be shown in this organization. lt is hoped that in the coming 'F . elif T it V 'LJ f l , M :eg lan., s -'E-L ' AA TTTE 1927 SUNSHINE The aim of the Sunshine girls is to be what the name implies. They try to spread good will and good cheer throughout our school. If you don't agree that they succeed. just ask some one who has been ill. for they send flowers to every student who is out of school for more than three days because of illness. Wabash sent several delegates to the state Sunshine convention held at Huntington this year. Throughout the year they gave many successful parties. which were well attended by the girls. They made money by selling candy at the basketball games. Every girl automatically becomes a member of this organization upon entering school. Miss Moore is largely responsible for the success of this organization. The officers are: Augusta Downey. President: Louise Leland, Vice-President: VJancla Smyers. Secretary: Betty Baldwin, Treasurer: Elizabeth King, Chairman of Flower Committee. CHORUS One of the most prominent musical organizations in our school is the chorus. It is composed of members of both the so-called stronger and weaker sexes who have some inclination toward the correct use of the vocal cords. The meetings of this organization are held two days a week during the vacant periods of the members. On Tuesday the fairer sex holds full sway. but they are joined on Friday by the male population. This is the first year that we have had a mixed chorus in our school. It is a custom that the chorus furnishes the music for the baccalaureate services of our school. They did this exceedingly well this year. Miss Small is the much valued leader of this organization. W. A. A. No. don't look in your old annuals to see what they said about NV. A. A. for you won't find it there. You see. it was just founded this year by our first girls' coach, Miss Snow. The membership of this club is open to every girl in school who is interested in sports. The purpose of the organization is to foster girls' athletics in NV. H. S. The VJomen's Athletic Association, yes. thats what VJ. A. A. stands for. sponsored all girls' inter-class athletic meets this year. Perhaps the greatest thing they did was to "put on" a benefit movie in order that they might equip the girls' varsity basketball team. Much thanks is due them for that. They have established an honor-point system whereby they may earn W. A. A. letters. The officers are: Burnace DeArmond. President: Helen Hyman. Vice-President: Mary Hoover, Secretary: Dortha Bickel, Treasurer. These are chosen so that each class is represented. ,V l Y, ': ffl-i JA Fri ..--. ,.,-- ,,.- -'T-TT y .if- ,... ..-':'.:." 14- il. bg ...- -f- ,.,-- 'it ig. ff' is Z -i--,,,.- ' i -.-if ' S -5 V rl", ez 4 S SYCAMORE T'3"5:. if k X be l ll, ll J- . 75.79 rl KL I A 4 V Rn' K , I J X"7 Charles Wiley .. Elizabeth King . . . Augusta Downey . J. Kenneth Price A . Louise Leland . A John Weber ..,. XVayne Sowers . A A Helen Banister A . Dorothy Dufton . . Dolores Jeffries . . A Josephine Wilkinson Phoebe Durnbaugh Kathleen Smalzried Philip Murphy , . . Lalan Dennis . .. Mary Brown .. Robert Schwab ,. Alfred Obringer . . . Mabel Jenks .. ANNUAL STAFF . . . . . . . .Editor-in-Chief . 4 A AAssistant Editor-infChiet . ,... . .Business Manager . . . .Asst. Bus. Manager . . .Circulation Manager . . . .Asst. Cir. Manager Athletics A . .Jokes and Calendar 4 , . .Asst. Jokes and Cal. SnapShots . . . .Asst. Snap Shots Art . . . .AsstA Art .....Mus1c . . . Dramatics . A . . . Society . . .Photography ......Typist A . .Typist s-Sr KI, lr " Rfk. 1.-1 W-- . . xx , ,,fN.rx ' A -r....,,, if THE 1927 . h 5 ,542 b '. 1 THE'lHLLI1lMBERH lily For the past five years the Commercinl Students have published A paper for the students of Vfabash High School. Previous to this year the paper known as "Commercial Rawlings." but this year its name has been ff:- has been changed 1, :T to 'AHill-Climber." A copy is put out every two weelts at J cost of thirty ...f- cents .3 semester or hfty cents A year. which is smiill compared to the time and work required for each copy. A new mimeograph purchased this led to much improvement. louise l.elnncl Nlnrt' .lane XVells Nlnhel Jenks Dolores Jeffries year has l'tlll0I'fll1 Cllitl -,:- Cienernl New Class New s Reporter s Reporter Society l Klllkil' l Mary lgsther Clurtner 'XVho's XYho" ltlitor .losephine Mylin Girls' Athletic Reporter -- , - Alfred Uhringer lloys' .Xlhlelrt Reporter ..- Alice Brunn ltxiture Page y.-:Z Alvena Plum Joke ltlitor lllmer Young Curt-wonist Ralph Comer llttsiness Manager is Harriet Pl-lHUVlC l:lllNII'1L'NN Xlannger , lf- ,AR-' 1 - C Y ' ' f 1 J? N1 I' 9',!df' J fini K , 4 , ' ' Q i J - L' A Y - Q., .:-f- x 'ln - Q A - 4' 4 ' f 'fogg- SYCAMORE fm yr Q HI-Y i The Hi-Y is to A'Create, maintain and extend throughout the school and ' community, high standards of Christian character." lt has succeeded in doing this to the highest degree. This organization is composed of football, basket- ball, wrestling. and track stars, and other leaders of our school. Their enroll- 1 A' ment is small this year, which proves to us that it is quality and not quantity f that counts. The officers are: Edward Vice. President: Lee Showalter, Vice- , President: George Schultz, Secretary. M. C. Darnall and L. H. Carpenter guide the club and aid them to make it worthy of its good name. 'I JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET 11 At 6:30 Wednesday, May 18, the Juniors gave the annual Junior-Senior Banquet at the Mellow Moon in honor of the members of the class of '27. After a very lovely dinner all present were entertained by the following program: PROGRAM Invocation . ,. ...,.,...., ...,... R obert Schwab if . Welcome . . . .... Marcelle Schlemmer f, AL? Response .... Augusta Downey foxy, Vocal Solo .... ...,.. A nna Smith 1 2 fi Toast ,........,. ..... M -r. Darnall Q-5 Toast-"Football" . .... Donald Bowlby Toast ......... Q Piano Solo ....,. Lvxvi Vocal Solo . . . Toast ..... K xl! Piano Solo . . , Toast .,......., "Farewell" ,.,. . , . l , High School Song , . . Nl in """"'NZs':z- u-pw-P L D. ll Y, V--mf . .... -2'-1-Cf"Nw-a-AA . . . . .Harlan Hogan . . .Miss Ruth Jones ......Edith Cox . . . ,Paul Johnson . . .Elizabeth Cilazier . . . .Mr. Neighbours . . .Dorothy Dufton . , . .Orchestra-All THE 1927 f SUNSHINE PLAY X fl:- Thc Sunshine Club prcscntcd 'Cowboi' Joe." a Ycrv clrvcr play' writtcn and dircctcd lw -f' E Max brav, lt was a wry imaginative, clcvcr lndian plav. lt was givcn in p.lIllLJII'll1lC with T Max telling thc atory as the plav progressed. It was wriitcn in thu clcvur nvlv which onlv hc ig capable of doing, The actors consisted of girli of thc Sunshine Club. Along with this plax' the hrst period chorux gave a vcrv clt-vcr cpcrctta. 'lads' Francie " which took placu in a collcgc sorority mom. Much talcnt was bhown in this prcscntation. 5 1 l .12-' "C-T l 2-5 , .- , iv ,,..-'- li g- ' r 7' - S . lp ,I f' .....-ff--f -,Mt - - -1' -A ' ' ik4 V,,i-+- i JT ,e Y 35g Y SYCAMORE ' ' 'T-Q.. ' ff P JJ . ,fig ' x NF I W Nu' g I ., ,, , -A1i,,,,, .. - ,, , ,A , 35'-X-1-Nfff T . - - N .T-1,4-' THE 1927 YOU NEVER TOLD ME By Trioxms HUNTER Scene-Living room of the Zeta Sigma fraternity house at Stanton University. f Time-Prologue: Late in September. l9l7. Act l: One week later. Act ll: Early the next morning. Cast: Oliver Bruce from Brueeville Chuck Houston. a football plaver Clarence Short. interested in psychology , Herbert Hall. a freshman XVilliam kVest. working his way through College Black. Chief of Police . . . . "Dad" Compton. an old Zeta Sig from State . . Mrs. Compton. his wife . Mary Moore. a co-ed . Betty Bruce. another co-ed Helen Houston. Chucks sister JR Clark Roberts l.ee Showalter Don Bowlby Merl Xk'histler Howard XVorth John kVeber kVendelI Scheerer Robert XX'assman Robert Milliner Y .leane Baker Y James Craft Ja Fl- :r .,- ,,.- "You Never Told Me" was the second annual play given by the Leather Lungs. These plays are very unique in the fact that the parts of the fair co-eds are so excellently portrayed by the members of the male population. 'I-5: The plot of this play consists of the "frame up" of the members of the Zeta "':'::'-::Z Sig fraternity to make Chuck Houston llsee Showalter! see and remedy the N-,, conceit which he has acquired since he's become president of the Zeta Sig and football captain. They do this by making him think the fraternity is "going on the rocks" this year. Each new member takes some disguise so Chuck will think him a disgrace to the frat. The most comical of these is Clarence Short lDon Bowlbyl who professes to be interested in psychology. He carries this TE out to the highest degree throughout the play. The farce comes to an end during a house party when several old Zeta Sig brothers come to the rescue. 1 Mystery reigns here when Mrs. Compton lRobert Vylassmana is suddenly shot by supposed robbers. Of course in the end it is prov d that this was faked and gg., Mrs. Compton is merely an old Zeta Sig man in disguise. Luckily. the chief of :J-'1,,-E police. lJohn Weber! was also a Zeta Sig and ever willing to aid in their plans. 'T- After they allow Chuck to worry awhile they tell him what it's all about, and his conceit and worry vanish together. His greatest surprise comes when he 1,-5 finds that all his this year's members of Zeta Sig are "regular fellows" after all. 'L'- B ,Q H- 5.5 7 g , ' pax xl" W - JT: ' 4' Ei S' Z .4,,, :I-'Lf 21 - Q , .gif ,4f ' 4 'K' ' '- -gk. SYCAMORE f L X L.-- .. I I 1 Av I rl, CAST ll Lavasso Wellman. a Lawyer . . . . . .Lee Showalter Ted. his small son ......, ...,.,. E lizabeth King Barbara, VJellman's daughter . ..,, Josephine Wilkinson Mrs. Wellman ............,.., ...,.. H elen Banister Doctor Boxill, Mrs. Wellniarfs sister . . .... Kathleen Smalzried if W Clayton Holmes, a poor young man . . ..... John Weber Hugh Killroy. a rich young man , . ..., Wayne Sowers j l V Carrie, a maid ,...,.......,.,........., .,,. M ary Jane Wells f I Alonza K. Dewsnap, editor of health magazine . . .,.,,,, Max Gray Sidney Muirhead, a Canadian farmer .....,.. .... R obert Schwab V Mrs. Muirhead ..,......., . ,................. Augusta Downey Her two children .......... . , .Richard Downey and Marietta Darnall QA 'I Jim Jarks, a backwoodsman . . . ...,, . . . .... . . . Lloyd Burgitt X N A Chauffeur .,........... . . Bert Ferguson A Driver . . .... Howard Worth W , Mike .. .... Ted's Dog I LT D ' "1T"CaJ" K-'iff---' L' -f ..-.-A Y . H ....,a-.. x ' 4 ' W., MX ' ,, t'-1'-' -,fN.fs.V' ii., - l' Q' THE 1927 Charles Edwin Shank came to XVa- bash again this year to direct our Senior Play. Thanks for the success of the play is due to him. whose untiring efforts spelled success for the play. Mr. Shank has directed the Senior Plays in JL., XV. H. S. for the past several years, and jj now we always rest assured of "the .rj best play ever" when he comes to Vw'a- bash. jlllwf X -2 -5 f"'- 4' -'SL-L' Play Committees: u :Z Prompter-Louise Leland. -Q Scenery-Dorothy Dufton, Burnace DeArmond, Charles Wiley. George Schultz. Robert Vv'assman, Alfred Obringer, Charles Moore. and George Ross. Costumes-Lalan Dennis, Alice Huff, Hugh McNarney. Kenneth Price. and 1: Phoebe Durnbaugh. Properties-Jennie Davidson, Mary Esther Gurtner, Mary Brooks. Rolland Pullman, Vw'endell Scheerer. and Verl Davis. ,- . Animals-Josephine Mylin, Doloris Jeffries. Mabel Clayton. Roger VVright. 11:3-' and Raymond Scott. Typist-Marguerite Klarc. i' Music by High School Orchestra, under direction of Cora Small. T- lf K 'v ff' S Jkt , F - ,fx Plz-,-eg M., er ,-P 1 -ugh' SYCAMORE f-N yr Q Au 1 l ll' ll 'a file il! Z'7..rfi 4 Va N , I I CLOSE TO NATURE By NORNIAN L. SxvARToUT Time-The present. Act I. Garden of Mr. Wellman's home, New York. an evening in June. Act Il. Farm Spring, Canada. Two days later. Act III. Same as Act H. A few minutes later. Act IV. Same as Act I. Pour days later. The Senior Play, "Close to Nature," was without doubt the most unique and realistic portrayal of life ever given in Vwfabash. It included both human and animal life-each and every being really living his part. It would have been impossible to have selected a better cast than this one, as each character was genuine in his part of this farcial episode in the life of an American family. So truly did every one meet into his role, that even the goose forgot his sur- roundings and tiring of the stage life, flew down to make a survey of the audience at closer range. It did not take us long after the opening curtain to End that Mrs. Well- man tl-lelen Banisterp was quite a 'Asocial climber," and intended to gain the uppermost pinnacle of society by persuading her daughter Barbara tJosephine Wilkinsonl to marry Hugh Killroy tVJayne Sowersl, who was the son of a very wealthy brewer. She had two great obstacles on her way: one was the fact that Barbara was in love with Clayton Holmes 1Jack Weberl: the other was that Mr. Wellman Claee Showalterj had refused to allow young Kill- roy to enter his house as he did not have a great amount of excessive ambition. Mrs. Vvfellman, by the assistance of Carrie, the maid tMary Jane Wellsj, her son Ted flllizabeth Kingj and her sister. Dr. Boxill tKathleen Smallzriedj finally persuades Lavasso NVellman to believe he is ill and must take a vacation. Now Mr. Wellman is a very robust type of man and it took a great deal of clever plotting to make him see his illness. A great deal of the comedy in this scene was introduced by the pranks of Ted, who would be a boy. It took marvelous acting on the part of Elizabeth King to put this part over. Another excellent portrayal in this scene was in the part of Kathleen Smallzried who rep- resented Dr. Boxill, an ultra-masculine Woman. The next two scenes take place at Farm Springs, Canada. This turns out 1 - i " as ee s ,. ,cgi ,Y Y Y an at if-..E1f.,A1.g'ik 'g AAA so - T THE 1927 ll? to be an ordinary run-down farm house which has been misrepresented in the advertisements as a modern hotel. Mr. Dewsnap lMax Gray! has gained the consent of the Muirheads. who own the farm. to try his health experiment out at this place. Clayton Holmes comes here to bury his sorrows after being turned down by Barbara. He disguises himself as a farm hand while the Well- mans are here. but Barbara discovers him and tries to get him to take her away. but he refuses. At that point Killroy arrives on the scene. as Mrs. Wellman has sent for him. He gets Ted to "join ranks" with him to say that he has saved Ted's life. Mrs. Wellman has told him that she is sure Mr. Wellman will con- sent to Hugh's marriage to Barbara if he believes him to have done some good deed. All works out as planned, but the entire episode affords much comedy. The settings for these scenes were the most realistic. elaborate. and unique ever put on in Wabash stage. They consisted of live animals, such as sheep, hogs. chickens. geese, a parrot. a goat. a pony and all other farm inhabitants. Nothing was left undone to make this scene farmvlike even though it took much work to get these animals from the farms and in pens on the stage. Per- haps the greatest "take off" of the whole show was the entrance of the Wellman family in an old horse and wagon driven by the much disguised Howard Worth. The horse added the final touch which placed the play in a "class of its own," and which will make "Close to Nature" linger in the minds of all who saw it. In the last scene the Wellmans return to New York. Much humor is added here by Mr. Wellman who is confident he is dying, although he forgets it before the scene is over. Killroy clears himself with the Wellman family by coming in dead drunk and reporting his dis-inheritance. Before he leaves, Holmes appears and tells Mr. Wellman he is the farm hand he hired to work in his law office. This at once wins Mr. Wellman and before long all is straightened out: and "love finds its way" in the engagement of Barbara and Clayton. f JR J4 VT: WZ ,,- ,1-.- 1 -if-TJ? The home life throughout the entire play was made to seem more real by ' , the "brother and sister disagreements" caused by Ted. He never failed in an attempt to cause Barbara some amount of discomfort. Ted. boy-like. kept Mike. his dog. with him continually. Mike seemed to realize that he was an essential to the play and consequently did not acquire the least bit of "stage fright" which is very noteworthy--and not always expected-of a dog. ": The entire cast of this play is very deserving of credit. It takes much hard work to put on a play as successful as this. and they certainly merited much ' praise. There was not one member of the cast who did not play his part with -E-,. the highest degree of perfection. "'-.E-. P... Allin all, "Close to Nature" will go down in the annals of W. H. S. as an ever-to-be-remembered event, and as a play which will cause the forthcoming .sr- classes much work if they hope ever to surpass it. - ,,4- A,.,.4' 1 T T' 6 e -F l W A f I pc? QC' , 4 'tk ir - 7 47' 6: :F F 5.-L Mig.--T 5,-, J: H , rs f --vga SYCAMORE R A " iff? wg, wsu-, g Q :N fx' . 4 f-N if X 3 Hal 'Q1'c1C.kcf,CI musixwm 1 X., OO md ?.'ccow-'NIH G2,CC',S52ZU'lO?. A . Lon? 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X -5' f i X-i Y 1- ...W--H !':.1-rpg. A fi-XA 1 ,AA , X TTIE 1927 CALE DAR Sept. 7- SQFETQ Have vou noticed our "junior teacher" carrvine a g X eolonv ol' lxevs? Know why? Vdell, you Qee. hrQt dat' i i f when little Marcia arrived in our midst and came into th: K building.: at ten till eight, one ol' our older teaehem rushed up to her and said henevolentlv. "I presume that vott are ill a new pupil and do not know the children are not allowed in the building till eight. Please do nm let it happen agaln. however." lleneekthe ltevs to lend dignitv. ffl., u jf X Q .J 0 xx L Sept. IS- lj , L l5irst football gamef SeemQ an it'2 ahout the biggew QQ Z' ! thrill oi' all when thuce orange and black Aierwies come runnine out onto tie iec ant we just ntiw we' win. l l ll l H lt ll 'lihe froeh have crowded YVesolworth's todae, buvtng vards of ribbons and crepe paper and little paper hats and horns. - 5-M And the score-58-O. 'lirulv a line game to dedicate a xp '57 new iield. ,yr-T J- ? X -l,- Oer. 1- XVe ean't get used to gvm quite yet. and juat will laugh when some little two-byktour gets her bloorncrs mixed with a fellow sullerer twice her si7e, or someone else appears with Qne plaid soil-t and one black One. bl-hen . . . ""'-' the slmwers are nice too. XVhen live or six girls are l .f-',L,,, under one shower and the cold Water iQ turned un. it really ii a whole pep Session. But all in all-we like it t--' Gne. and Snowvd tem. Orr. 8- 'lihia ii a member ol' the xpecieu Irottnd on the eampufa. 'lihe tvpe i9 guaranteed lu be .ibm lutelv tndestrttetible. will run ' with two tlat tires, one-hall' pint gas, and a little spring watt.- xr A 'l he equtpage is alwavs found at A , the gantex with auch inspiring "HT 511, 'i muttoes tr 'KI -in li 'lt mi v " Wm MGM Www a h-ini Vldii " roy 5 lffyff Y 0,v,.EF 'vo am aftt .o,anxputt. i All .211- ff10',,fML0EvEff'J. F2'uP X Manual. and "Mastieate Mar- -12" 1 my f' I inn" which we didnt but we -f- D L 0-Tl' H 'H' Should have. ur 'lllwtntsh l'et'tt i f1EY!Hhl- wiitrii we ata. tht- unit ,ta O Q ' ' , ',","' I son ant' sell-rewpeettiirg permit wuttld ride in the th.ne5 It that ly'-': "-' thex' are vert' etvllegaiate. ff , 31- H- Y Lk!-i '- f . - X 6 . JPNLT, Z ..,.- 'r " - ' 4 -2- ' - 4 -Y -P1 7 ' J.. ' -T ' . A, - -. e lf . -C - f r -vu, SYCAMORE 1... f 6 f r W 4 4 f I1 rj L7 " , f Ui S X F Z -r K X , ff 1 5 fix N H X N J f f 1 xx ?w Q fy 4 1: , M j Z 1 I 5'v 1- 5 X! X -ff! ,fi-151 .ldilx-ff-'--4mffX 2- f v'i" imp-f N i 'f 2 S! N w,fa,?j 6 M W'0if914q? N ' y,,,.,iiEsXS fix , xX in ix -- -Nb-3" W xi 5- , Wm fs! f K X x A Nvlnggf , fgw ggi? r Qeipl in Qoeo .- X 591. ,..fQl 1a" f ' ,.':rjZ5l"Trifti F'ffr.!7i'i? I I .wi il" 'x X Nov. 24- 1 l knew we'd have a pep session his good pants to school, Several m and a representative for each class talked. Muncie game "f f tball X IOIHOITOW. Zlfld XVC CJITI QU. PASS Ll f we'll win. we'll win. by golly. we'll , alter vacation. Lu T il, any day, Remember how the old yell goes-"XVe'll win, Oct. l6- Rainim udatea rs-faded colors-sore throats-in other wordsiGary Game. Remember how we cut pen- nants and decorated Miami Street? Remember the three hour wait for the Golden Tornado to materialize? Re- member how our boys fought, and fought! Lady Luck sure handed us a bad one. Vife should have had that game. But at least we did all we could-and the boys did that and more. The score-3-O. 1 today. Mose wore embers of the faculty pturkty or oo win." Goodbye till Dec. lO- First boys' and girls' game, The boys weren't so "het up" over the idea, but the girls got a big kick out of it. The boys beat Chester, The girls "got took" by Somerset, Next time we'll win both games. ll U Dec. 24-A gi? llgf , Christmas vacation, and will we sleep? No lessons I , -no trainingffor basketball Ithat is, not muthl-and , 'vii '7 ll? oh yes. have you written your letter to Santa Claus? xgx f i Here is one found in the hall: AEE' y ,qui j Z I Dear Santa, i ll, LY D,,.' , '. .. . X lltast bring mt a lord, a ual eolleglate sweater. and if a eai-ton of grape gum. V A In-Celiac. N ii I N , 1 I -f-"-' TTT-T'TTi3Ti"" vp-"H+ ' - - .b.a.,..:f-fe-if-"""""""'r--Q V ' V5 "...'QRf i T ,.pQ- 'bf if fngzxg, ' Y -...,1, -X .Y Y THE 1927 an V, . 1 I 'I M - tlan. J- " sv shr if 21 "' . " 'A H 1 1 l,eather Tung Play-"You Never Told Nlef' starring Bobby Milliner as a blus Showalter, "her" sweetheart: Shi Scheerer as "Dad" Compton and beautiful wife. The quartette w hing co-ed. llorsie vtfoot as Clarenceg :Kult YYassman his as especially good, Other memhers of the cast were .lacls XVelwer. Mose. Tick, Jean Baker. Biddie XVhisle r, and .lim Craft, gf'-, Feb. 27- X On this day we were surprised and pleased to have A J! our old friend and companion. Mr. Teavehaugh, tallc to Q Ann us. v Y V 4 I-, 'Lonnie Mr, Teavehaugh is one ot the most interesting speak- Q y K 3 E1 be one ers hy whom we have been lectured. He is to he re- 9 Q the membered from past years for his talk on "Victor Kin- ,vo GX H nard" and "The Great American Desert." These were beat Q3 speeches that will not be forgotten for many years. and C 1 ' this one was equally well-lilxed and interesting to those Q who were present. Pun, The message will be remembered by the words. 'Tm "Milt ,V " going to be one of the eightfn This was the essence of 'Ur l - . , . , -. ,- one. the speech in which he told that only eight out ot Nia F' -: one thousand succeed and tinally reach the goal for which " ' .,- 'E they set out. "' X, Mar. ll- Girls reeeive their letters. Today eleven girl athletes ...- l -f-"' 1 ..-- 3 1 Mar. 24- XVrestIine men to Bloomington-and when they came home we were State Champions. XVe sure are proud of them and the heautiliul trophy which they received. Mr. lhom says anyone who can wrestle will he a success. so l expect some day half our Congress will he made up ol NValiash High Schools ex-wrestlers. .lust the same, boys. we realife how you trained and worked-out and starved and we congratulate you. wav said letters lelt at llfSl,l texeuse me, Miss Ruthl received their long coveted XX 's - lsliss Blavney made them-six inch old llnglish ones. And - then, as a complete surprise. certilicat es were given the too, The hoys were very enthusiastic. 4This is the I 1 .L s ' ,fgtlmnemc a 'Kms Bllllhl TW 'Y emit 2 II T11 V. 3 r 'Q-1-2 T, "ff K ' F XMIM MHS, , Ran I 3 W0 i ' 1 ' 'E 1 a s- - 11 Y lQ .fi, s Ji, ref Q1 f- ,-- .i'E."' ,-,.- ..- ,,,.- 1' lf.-2 ..- .lf- ,.,- P51 X .,-f- - r ,. .Q-, Y 4. if- 5 1 A s v SYCAMORE 'n nw-. out ,a,,E,.5,5,f.. Mar. ZS- mml ,AH i---1---7511 Bank day again, Most of our rooms mulvg 'f,:j,..'... are 100 per cent now. and the rest are ,,.,f:,i, r:::f,j'j all raising their records. lt's a good thing M27 WNW, amount deposited doesn't count. l'm :Z 'fjf,I'f'.' afraid the Seniors woulcln't rate so high, U, 1 This is Rossie's bank book. If he keeps ' S 3 . up his average he will have Z0c by May 3. I April Z- Try outs for Senior play-This is the aggregation of A t erstwhile actresses as seen through the door to the hall. .Q !!.:i -I . I Everyone knew she'd b: in it. and was sure she wouldnt 9. The play is called "Close to Nature." and is a farce l comedy. Mr. Shanks judgment has always been upheld. ' ' however. and no matter who's in it, it will be allright 1 l with us. Only hope our play is as good as last year's. 1 I Av f . 'ff X A I Spring Vacation-Apr. 3- ' M .ffl A week later would have been too late. There was an l X epidemic of the malady known as spring fever around N ' ff? X NV. H. S. Four out of Eve had it, and the other one was A 'X in danger. Some left for parts unknown, some slept, and - others practiced for the play. Just think-only eight more weeks of school. ll 4, April l6vFirst Track Meet- f ' Elkhart. Our boys won first in the relay, and placed . ,7 in other events. Before the year's over we expect to j , have several state men or even national. The boys are jg' I Z I' all interested, and we have high hopes for them. Vwlell, E--'ti' l 'VE Seniors. it's your last chance to win for W. H. S.. and i E Z! we're counting on you. - Lvxj The last kick off is made, the last touchdown is but N K xl' last pole vault recorded. a memory. The last basket is shot and the last dribble Hnished. No more will we hear of toe holds and head- locks, and soon the last mile will have been run and the . We're proud of our athletes and our class. To you XV. H. S.. the class of '17 says goodbye-and all the luck in the world to you. "T iiii if A T l 5 X If-ff Y SAE" 'xjmrf' 1 ii A N f'f, 5 an it Q .INA 'A A ,Y Ni-1 ' -7 x ., THE 1927 4, . 1- 1 ., AR, , -- 1-A 'S'v"4"F' f U 1 u - ---. 1 z I L - ' uv' '.1 JL, QLIH1 ,in 5- "' A . 2: if X '-.Q '1' I' ' QSOLCLLI 5iJC,I'5 ' X6 X Xb Alma S -o kill QTDS ..- , , W5 im -' HGFFV Q: 6 Kcuj J Kew? G h?E-5 ,.....-f"' J? f V j.-klX: lpix ----. ff: 4 -1' .5 'Af SYCAMORE 1 1, Y Sk A6 SV, . Q' f 4 l -3 11 - fx T I li "k, , Q Q " f 4 i A - Q 1.LcL1'bQ,U3Q, X , x Q ' ff G 193 BLCFQJ Q15 412213 T1 N wx af X I I 1 I 11 B lur? Q71 on! ,xt . X TNW H714 B 5 4+ 2' ' mi? , . ., .,, ,,.Y a 'f ifl C gil . I F H -s 'len DOJ . Cook L Tia our oi C11 flfgo A 0 as . K2 x .1 Q. 015 kv TQ f '- f ff Lvx Im'xoc,e,n v , as NP giguct COZS .1 THE 1927 JOKES Ye:-e Une, I sing of the arms of the Seniors, And lhe seal of a Freshmans pants. or the rhythm of flailing paddles, And the verdant nnek impromptu dance. OI our lockers xtulled down in one enrner. .fknd lhe terrors ol' lin! six weeks text. UI Ilunking out in l,alin. And the names that iw carved on our desk. Oli slaying in extra period, And vietrola needles parked on our wat, UI being bonibartled nilh sriuwlmalls, .knd canned out for Irving to eat Chorus Oh. the glory of being a Freshman. The mingled pleasure and pain, XXX- saw. as we look back in alter years 'Il c.in't be the same again " Verse Two And non- we are rlrgnined Sophomores. The iov and the pri-lr ol' the schiml. XR! swing doiin the hall. with a selbissiiretl air for now we are n.ihn.lv's fool. XV: give good advice no the Freshmen: XKQ veil ourselves he-,irxe ai a game. lik men like ns that make the xehouli Xke re .I ere-hr lu its name Ciharns 'xYell, heros lo be babi'-faeed Sophomores. Most sophisticated scholars vou'll linil 'Ihr-re s none rn -.nrpass this nmxlrrlv elau In the iultnre nl lhi rmnrl hhorus Verse You r ' erse 'I hrec' kX'e're Juniors and very prolicient In our slndiex, alhleliex. rl .il We win .ill the interfclasx lournevx I And make 'Siu-tial Xleiitmnm .ie well We have In buv lr-nd tt-r Ihr- Seiimrr, Al the banquet which laappenx in Xlav, XX'e're .ilu-.i'.w quite kintl in the lift-shrnen And the Srvplnmmrcs kr-p our ul --nr wiv Oh we'rr Ihr ones who do the inml UI the worl, there is lo be dr-ne The Seniors get all the ygluri. The Frtshnien have all the Inn And now we have reached the tlimax. XXI' Seniors have the righl To ri-.le on nur repurarion .knd never xlurli' ,il night kYe take all the lineal .irnusemrnlx kYilh a bored and tolerant air. Xk'e go our 4-I luxrn on Sunday night. And boast ol .mr latest Allair " lf'-I .s ff:- XX'e cant si-em in ntwiiet- the .irlii-rx A pedestrian, bumped by a taxi. found himself lying in the street directly in the path of a steam roller. "That reminds me." he cried in a tone of annoyance. "I was to bring home 1 some pancake flour." I-Ie: "Wlaat would you say if I told you I loved you?" She: I would say you were a liar He: "You'd be right." A'Did the doctor remove your appendix?" "Feels to me like he removed my whole table ol contents' I-Ie' "Did you say I was no gentleman. She: "No, I merely remarked that you preferred brunettes." ,,- - kk'hoinh.1hiX 'ik' II 5 We make it .i point lo be ribwni, ., kkhen lraelier announces .1 lest llhorux Oh, nude the bright and lnniintins light Thar xhintx around rl-ns haunt lrhe primipal wh ol the re-I til ilu- nmb Is rn gui ns what ue want. ,...- y ,,..-- 4 --2 i -,-.: i -' . ....- -,: ,51- ...-- il- ,.. ...i lri Willie: "VJhat is your greatest ambition?" "To wash mother's ears." l- Y iWA -:-7 f' l W xl" , is j ' f 4 L' Y l - 31-L 17' A17 Yggli' ' A-Yi SYCAMORE if E Mr. Darnall: "Canned again, eh? Why don't you love your teachers?" Shotfoot: "l did-that's the trouble." Dorothy: A'Don't sit there staring at me. XVhy don't you say something?" George: "Excuse me. dear. l didn't know it was my turn." Mr. Coolman: "Did you take a shower?" Myrtle O.: "No, was there one missing?" Miss Moore: "Name some canals still in use." Voice from a corner: "The alimentaryf' Miss Troxel: "ln what battle did Gen. Wolf, when hearing of victory cry. 'l die happy? " Jim Rhodes: "l think it was his last one." Shotfoot: "Got a minute to spare?" Gurtie: 'iSure." Shotfoot: "Tell me all you know." A llapper is one who says: 'Clothes l'm going down town. If you want kv to go too, hang on." Cutcher W.: "l asked if l could see her home." Jack M.: "Then what did she say?" C. W.: "Said she'd send me a picture of it." A Kentner B.: "WaitY l have an idea." V Mr. Magner: "Well, that's possible." ' A black hand letter addressed to a wealthy man demanded 325000: other- wise they would kidnap his wife. Through error the missive was de- i livered to a poor laborer by the same name who replied: "l ain't got no money, but l'm interested in your proposition." Si: 'iSarah. is there anything you want in town this morning?" Sarah: "Well, Si. you might buy a jar of that traflic jam l've been readin' about." ll . . . . Sign on the back of an old gentleman who had chronic fainting spells: "lf l fall on the street and am taken to the hospital, do not operate. My appendix has been removed twice already." 'AWillie." asked the teacher, 'A'NVhat was it Sir Walter Raleigh said when he placed his cloak on the muddy road for the beautiful queen to ' walk over?" Rainy Smith, the ultra-modern, gazed about the classroom in dismay, and 'iq' then, taking a long chance, replied: "Step on it, kid," i I lv Z fi The sad-looking contractor scanned the menu card with a hopeless air. ,i ,Lf "You may bring me a dozen fried oysters," he said at last. if A'l'se awful sorry, boss." the colored waiter apologized, 'ibut de fact is, we's V outer all shellfish 'ceptin aigsf' . Marietta: "Oh, papa, what is your birthstone?" i I' Mr. Darnall: "My dear, l'm not sure, but l think it's a grindstonef' N . ,, . Sweet Young Thing: Why are you running that steam roller over that field?" , Farmer: "l'm goin' to raise mashed potatoes this year." 1 I .-L." '-H'-8:5-re X-we---S -..Wea--e-A M" -- -v-.:-..- a .. .,, ll H VS r ..--31. 1 Y Vrggr --ig 5 Vswfvx - g THE 1927 JOKES Scheerer: "XVhat became of the gate you and your girl used to swing on?" Stew S.: "She gave it to me." Dr. LaSalle: "You are all right: your pulse is as clock work." Helen Cowles: "You have hold of my wrist watch." "So you dare say you are an ideal match for my daughter," said Mr. Sum- merland. "I do, sir," replied Eddie. A'Wluy. you have never earned a dollar in your life." Eddie: "Neither has she." JL, Martha Biggerstaff: "My fathers a doctor: I can be sick for nothing." jj Harlan I-Iogan:-"Oh, that's nothing. My fathers a preacher, I can be dj good for nothing." "I-Iere's a nne opening for a nice young man," said the gravedigger as he threw out the last shovelful of dirt. Wart Aubertin: 'AI got Cuba last night on my set." Tick Roberts: "That's nothing. I got Greece on my vest." Virginia Gift: "I've got a compliment for you." ,- Louise Dawes: "Well, what is it?" 'AX Virginia: "Some" wr: Nliss Small lentering groceryl: "I want two tuna fish." 'Z E Grocer: "You better stick to pianos." - Teacher: "Define trickle." Pupil: 'ATo run slowly." y Teacher: "Define anecdote' Pupil: "A short funny tale." Teacher: "Now use them both in a sentence." Pupil: "The dog trickled down the street with a can tied to its anecdote." V T.: Sam G: "They say my face is my fortune." I EQ Charley C.: "Oh, don't worry Sam. poverty's no crime," Wart: "I don't think I'll go out tonight. Guess I'll study." Kenny P.: "I coulcln't get a date either." Miss Blayney: "Wl1y' do you say Caesar was so strong?" Bessie Lavengood: "It says here he pitched his camp across the river." -- Jodie W.: "Doesn't it seem hard to leave High School?" P. A. Abernathy: "Yes, I've found it almost impossible." Don Nixon lin English Classl: "I thought Joyce Kilmer was a woman, ' May Hoover fin earnestlz A'His wife was." James Craft: "Josephine, do you have any dates?" -AE" Josephine Jordan: "No, I can't get any." ,-fi: James Craft: "Wl1y not?" Josephine Jordan: "Cost too much. They are seventy cents a pound." Mr. Thom: "My baby has a bad habit of falling out of bed. VJhat shall I-E Ido about it?" -A Doctor: "Put her to sleep on the floor." -51--" W M , 11- I 7 "' D' 6 Y f f' f ---'Z' ' P .ref '4 1 f" f Ark ' 1.17 lim. i X 4 - i - 15.4 - :- - ' jf i Y- R J? ' -Af ' -3 v Y ,Y -Q Y ... 14:14 SYCAMORE 4 Y mtg.-3 Ss, . - :4 ' , --ms fx i. if-,, as 5 ,+- ff f H91-fz rl ck ' A ,Rx Xi? . xx X Q-a-5-,254 -. . . 3? A '., f ?w1?' E ":' .- ' l , I ITS im., N XX Fin is 'y Ib u dd Tj ' Tha: Ron1Qu1Jl'fiQQJu niorg YQ' 1' 0 5 I fl Radium ,Ch0ff?53i3,L, HW , W D Gf?Q1ZYQ9ld JNL? ' 'Lx . ff' jfffz ,jqh , 1. ,W V fu ' It X E 1 2 RR bool-7'F1"oj K b X . C O - Gd 5 C0 I zlaff K N '1iv ' 31: 1 - ---'--' - ff...,-g ' ,M X f :Ib i S, v ' ' n - ,ff-lf,,,.5f, 4 ! .,:'i-5-xl v P A THE 1927


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