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First NON"-BlI'. J. H. W
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tllif'l'. F0llillllI't', Shaw.
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Mr. J. P. M1-tl11i11114-ss.
liyl'41ll. llzlrtwell. Blue. Kirhy, Rm-gv11l1:11'dt. Mzxllu-ws.
l"n1l1'fll lfnvlr' Iil'j'illll. I'1'1-ss111:111. Iie1'1'y. II:11't. I'11ll111:111. Ihlllili. Slfillll.
First lfml'--R41l11'1'ts. Slllll'lilllll. Bitbfibilf. limit. I3llll0lly. Stolen. Lewis,
N1'r'r1111l lfnlr 'M1', AIt'fillilIll1'SS. l'4141k. 11:1 l'lllPXVl'l'. 3Illl'kltll'll. Phillips.
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ny. Shaw. I!1'yz111t. S:1111:11'i:111. llillllll. Km-itz. Imw11s.
The No1'tl1weste1'11 Student t'm1111'il umde 1111 PXi'l'llii0ll to the
llllWl'llit'll rule ol' lmving il hwy lll'l'Sitl0lli when it elected 'Fcnho
SillYUlll'll l'u1- the full tel-111 ui' 191511. lluwever, she lll0I'P than justi-
tied their l':1itl1 i11 her. She was Slll'l'l'l'lll'1l hy Dllllillti Il2l1'iXVl1il, presi-
dent ul' the sp1'i11gr term ol' 10217. who Ullllilllllllli to exercise the judicial
powers with such suc-cess that the e11ti1'e Student 0111111-il was invited
to give il de1111:11st1'i1,tic111 ot il typivul lll4'0i'illg,f :lt the Naitimml 17011-
vention of Student 0011111-ils, 111 NUl'iill'l'll High Sc-l1m1l 1111 June 30,
With Miss liezltriffe Me1'1'i:1111, Mr. -I. l'. Mc-G11i1111ess, and Mr. J. G.
XVoll1e1' :lt the helm. tl1is hotly e11g:1g'es ill lllillly eng1'f1ssi11g enter-
prises, the most i111po1-ta111t of whieh is the c-111111111-ti11g ot the Vsed
Book Store. The z1pp1'oxi111:1te 111111111111 of business t1-:111s:14-ted since
Sl'Iii9lllllU1'. JHSZLSOO, is piwmot of this stz1te111e11t.
The Student U1111111-il is indeed the legislative ll2ll'k-110110 of the
sclmol. and its eu-tivities are as widely Y2l1'lPIi :ls they :ire lllillly. The
routine consists of 1111p1'0pI'i11tio11s for sur-h i111po1'tz111t items as identi-
liQ'2liiOll l'2l1'dS. scfl1c1l111'sl1ip medals, 1-epairs 4111 ilHlllll'li 111'ope1'ties used
hy the school, illld others too Yllllll01'Ol1S to 1llQIlTi0Il.
The Council is greatly to be compli111enled on the success of its
undei-tukings, which are done by, of, and for the good of those who
eleeted them as their 1'ep1'cse11t:1tives.
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Tl1e curtain was raised disclosing a brilliant Mexican scene. A gorgeous costumed
chorus and Don Sprague, Ruth Iglesias, Robert Monroe, Robert lVei1', and Milton Merry
sang: Leona McKenzie. Mildred -lirasik, Brooks iVest, and Herbert Lightman dancedg
Miss Hazel Carton and Miss Alice M. Lowden directed this scene.
The entire act consisted of Haig Sarabedien, violinist, and Leo Gai-ahedien, pianist.
Scene Two was a short farce entitled t'Meridein's Right Hand.,
ln the third scene an N. B. C. concert was broadcast.
Hartwell's Harmonizers. an excellent orchestra dressed in white jackets, played the
familiar theme songs of all the famous orchestras on the radio. The iniitations of Guy
Lomlwai-do, the "Hit Parade" and others were very good.
"Mars Martian On," or the fourth scene, was given by the Northwestern Radio Players
under the direction of Mr. -loseph K. Boltz.
This was an original skit demonstrating how much more modern Mars was than Earth i11
The last act contained the llarrison Brothers in a guitar-song-and-dance specialty.
The tinal scene of the program took place H011 the Range."
The "Taml1ula" was a greater success than anyone ever hoped, and it deserves the four
stars it will receive on the list of unusually tine productions given at Northwestern.
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First R1111'-A1eX:111111-r. Sftxfllllilll. Iiilllilgiil. NVi1ki11s1111. 11111111112 f 111
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Gilpin, Me1't1111 Davis, Miller. 11111-11111 D111s
111 111-1-111111111sh111e11ts t11e Deb:1ti11g Club ranks high z11111111g sf'h11111
111'gz111izz1ti1111s. f,I'flf21111ZPd i11 11111111111-y, 1936, 111'1dQI' t11e 1e:1ders11ip of
Miss Florence Y111111g1111'e, the 011111 has sp1111s111-e11 debates dealing with
111'0ble111S of A11191'iC2111 g111'e1'11111e11t. The most 1111tst:11111i11g of these
was t11e skillfully 1111111111211 i11'g111I1011f 1111 the subject, "Res1111'e11 that
the United States sl111111d z1111111t 21 111111-1111101-111 1egis111t111'e.,'
The Iyllbiltillgl 1111111 has 11eii11ite1y 11'1111 21 11211116 for itself at Xorth-
western largxely 111'1':111se of t11e 1111111-ts of the otlicers t11is past term:
Mary B1'j'21Ilf, Il1'6S1d0I1tQ 1Vi11i11m 131-1111'11e11, vice-p1'eside11tg 111111 Grace
X01't1lNV9StG1'1l High S1-110111 may 11'1111 best1111' praise 11111111 tl1e Debat-
ing Team 11'11i1-11 for t11e past year has b111'11e its c11111rs. Trziilled
under the able 11i1'e1-ti1111 of M1-. K:11'1 Scott, the te:1111 has s11111'eeded
i11 11'i1111i11g lll0S1 of its 111+b11tes ill the Det1'11it High Sc110111 Debating
Ltiilglltl 1-111111-sts 1111 the 1111esti11'11, "lies1111'e11 that e1111't1-i1-:11 utilities in
A1ll6I'1C'il sl11111ld be g111'e1-11111e1111 o11'11ed.',
In vie1v of this fine record made by the team, it is with deepest
regrets and best YViS1'1QS that we bid fzu-ewell to those members who
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