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Baseball is the leading sport of Wilson School and is supervised by Miss Sours. With approximately
thirty homerooms, it takes about three weeks for each room to get a chance to play. Each room is dis-
qualified after receiving one defeat. When there are but two teams left undefeated, they play for the
supremacy. The victors are the champions and receive a banner. The homerooms are required to use
only players from their own classes.
There are two separate leagues: one for the boys and another for the girls. The boys and girls are
required to play on their allotted helds. By RENO VIELMO, 9A-321
VAGABON D CLUB
The Vagabond Club is not only a social group but one that is interested in gaining a more thorough
understanding of our dynamic city of Detroit.
It is the purpose of the members to be regular vagabonds, to a certain degree, and to learn as they
travel, to become acquainted with the various institutions, industries and activitiesg in other words, to
know the community and the city better.
The activities consist of regular meetings and trips in and about Detroit. When one thinks of activ-
ity, he must think of the Vagabond Club.
Some of the visits which have been made are: to the Detroit News, the Ford Rotunda, the Ford
Plant, the Detroit Creamery, Vernoris Gingerale Plant, the National Sports Show, the Traffic Court,
the Barium Tower, the Institute of Arts and the WWJ Studios.
Prospective trips include: the Zoological Park, the Fruit Terminal, the Wayne Army Post and a
picnic in Rouge Park.
The Vagabond Club was first organized in September, 1937. It grew out of the Humane Club.
After making a few trips the members decided they would enjoy such tours around the city, conse-
quently the reorganized club became the Vagabond Club with a membership of one hundred thirteen
girls and boys.
Much enthusiasm is shown by the group and the members look forward anxiously each week to the
BETTY BAn'rLE'r'r ,... ....,..,.. P resident BETTY JENKINS ...., . . . Secretary
LEONA MCCARTER .... , ..,... Vice-President ANN CALDWELL ...... ..,.. T reasurer
Miss CALcATERRA ,..,,. . ..,..,......,.. Sponsor
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THE WILSON WIZARDS
The club which is known as Wilson Wizards was originally organized as a chemistry club. Recently
it has made ventures into the field of radio. All boys who have a special interest in either of these sub-
jects is cordially welcomed into the group.
During the past year several of the members have experimented in building radios and have been
quite successful. They think that this experience has given them an insight into the mysteries of the
The club meetings are held each Tuesday after school in the room of the sponsor, Mr. Gordon.
JIM Dviuzs . . . .......,...... President Jos CHKZMADIA .,...... . . . , Vice-President
Ct-mntxas ZA:-mow . ...,....,,...,...,. Secretary
MODEL YACHT CLUB
The purpose of the Model Yacht Club is to supply the boy with a worth-while activity to help use
some of his leisure time. One of the units in the General Work Course of Study is "Avocational Con-
struction," which gives a boy a chance to work on his boat during regular class time. Otherwise he
attends the Boat Club meetings which are held once a weelc after school hours.
The Detroit Public Schools Intermediate Division sponsors a Model Yacht Regatta every spring at
Belle Isle. All boats finished at that time are qualified to race against other boats from other schools.
The school scoring the most points wins the "Pingree Trophyug the second and third place winners
receive a banner. Individual ribbons are given the boys who win places in the different races.
Mr. Pozzini is the sponsor of the Wilson Boar Club.
Norman Thurkow Harold Johnson Ricco Righetti Vernon Jones
Max Moskowitz Sam Beney Robert Homer Floyd jones
Arnold Held LeRoy Porter Andrew Triedrich Joseph I-Iollandsworth
john Reid Donald Mattern Bernard Gold Robert Kretchman
Louis Tester Earl Shepherd Jack Kezelian Mike Kasza
Marlin Brown Hilliard Ferguson Wallace Walker jack Proctor
Onnig Hachegian Paul Westfall
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THE FUTURE CRAFTSMEN OF AMERICA
The Future Craftsmen of America is an organization of the youth of America for the purpose of
promoting the spirit of craftsmanship. The club is a boys' club with only a few adult sponsors, selected
from the school and the school board.
There is a system of degrees and awards based upon the qualities of character, skill and knowledge.
The character of a true craftsman is illustrated by the ancient saying, "The Gods see everywhere."
The organization provides splendid opportunity for the development of such social requirements as
leadership, public speaking, self-control, and civic participation. The responsibility of leadership should
be impressed upon youth.
The Future Craftsmen of America is an organization that will help youth to exert his influence to-
ward a higher and cleaner mode of working. Youth will be brought to remember that work, like life,
is a great cycle where one's work hinges upon that of somebody else, his depends on yours.
By NOEL TAYLOR, 9A-208
N ON -TEACHING STAFF
Front raw, lunchroom staff-Mrs. Edythe Barnett, Mrs. Viola Noble, Mrs. Bessie Lawrence, Miss Lois Betzer, Man-
ager, Mrs. Mae Blake, Mrs. Augusta Kaschwig, Mrs. Lillian Kirton.
Back row, Mr. William Platt-Fireman, Mr. Lewis Gerick, janitor, Mrs. Lillian Malzahn-lunchroom, Mrs. Dorothy
Thomas, janitress, Mr. William Curtiss, Principal, Mrs. Selma Winter-lunclmroorn-Mr. George Newton, Chief
Janitor, Mr. Charles Kirchoff, Chief Engineer, Mr. Frank Kimball.
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