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The High School Operetta, “Love Pirates of Hawaii,” was given at the
theatre under the direction of Mrs. Wood. There were two performances,
matinee and evening, both being very successful.
Dorothy, an American girl in a school of rich Hawaiian girls, gets her-
self and everyone else into an embarrassing situation, trying to see her sweet-
heart, who is in the U. S. Navy, when men are not allowed in the school.
Miss Primer, the old maid teacher, adds humor to the play when she mis-
takes Billy, the hero, and his friends for a band of pirates. The real pirates
capture the hero but Dorothy saves him while the guards are sleeping. Later
the U. S. Marines capture the pirates, but Miss Primer has fallen in love with
the pirate chief.
Dorothy Donalda Felion
Billy Wood Gordon Wilson
Pirate Chief Einar Knudsen
Scary. Raymond Chipman
Miss Primer Luboff Helmich
Lilinoe Adelyn Stout
Karnlani Pauline Minshall
... Marion Huggins
Lois Taylor, Marjorie Gardner, Annebelle Bates, Mabel Chipman, Faith
Alexander, Hattie Williams, LaVerne Shaw, Marjorie Williford, Thelma
Moreford, Seldon Wilson, Nina Helmich, Minnie Martin.
Harry Wilson, John Wood, Robert Gleason, Jack Rookaird, James Shaw,
Delbert Chipman, Olympio Mazo. William Watson, Allen O’Connor.
"Adam and Eva”
The household of Mr. King, a wealthy rubber manufacturer, are tired of
his continual bickering and organized opposition to all their wishes. Through
the help of Dr. Delamater, they send him up the Amazon on a trip for his
health. Adam Smith, who longs for home life and thinks that you can stop
women from being extravagant by just dropping a “hint,” is installed as
father. The family in ten days overdraws the month’s allowance. In an
attempt to reform the family he announces that Mr. King has gone broke.
The whole family decide to go to work. Finally, upon Adam’s suggestion
they decide to start a bee and chicken farm on the old King homestead in New
Jersey. King returns from his trip up the Amazon very much mystified at the
location of his family. Adam and Eva find their Garden of Eden and all
James King Lewis June
Corinthia Adelyn Stout
Julie De Witt Luboff Helmich
Clinton De Witt Vernon Newton
Eva King .Lois Taylor
Dr. Delamater John Wood
Adam Smith Lester Ricketts
Aunt Abby Minnie Martin
Uncle Horace ... Thomas Weitzel
Lord Andrew Gordon ..Einar Knudsen
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Westwood, 17; Modoc, 18
Westwood, 8; Modoc, 12
Westwood, 47; Greenville, 2 (Lightweights)
Westwood. 31; Greenville, 6 (Heavyweights)
The husky Senior quintet which consisted of Lamson (captain), Lofstedt,
Knudsen, D. Chipman, Weitzel, and Wakeman, won the most thrilling inter-
class series ever played at W. H. S. by a good margin. The Junior combina-
tion, which was made up of L. Ricketts (captain), Jacobsen, Hull, King, Wil-
son. Dick, and Brink ranked next to the triumphant Seniors. The Sopho-
more team, which was composed of Scott (captain), R. Chipman, B. Ricketts,
Rosenstreter, Jones, Newton, and Clark played a fast game, but were not ac-
curate on hitting the basket. The Freshmen were represented by McKeown
(captain), O Connor, Wood, Shaw, Miller, Wilson, Pierson, Archibald, and
Rookaird. This nervy little freshman aggregation, although defeated by all
three other teams, certainly played good games.
The scores which resulted in the Seniors taking the championship of the
school are recorded as follows: Seniors vs. Juniors, 28-17; Seniors vs. Sopho-
mores, 49-8; Seniors vs. Freshmen, 30-0; Juniors vs. Sophomores, 17-2;
Juniors vs. Freshmen, 23-11; Sophomores vs. Freshmen, 13-7.
We all hope that next year’s interclass games will be just as hard fought
and interesting as this year’s.
The interclass games of the past season proved to be one of the most inter-
esting series of games ever played at W. H. S. The Juniors were victorious,
taking the championship by the scores of 14-2, 12-4.
The first of the series of games between the Freshmen and Sophomores
resulted in the score of 13-7, Sophomores winners. The second and third
games were won by the Freshmen, scores 15-12, 5-2. This ended the basket-
ball season for the girls.
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