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Page 20 text:
The tenseness of the studio audience . . . the
amber glow of the warning signal . . . a breathless
instant . . . and . . . the Radio Players are on
Many times during the past year has this scene
taken place, in each case bringing new glory to
t"e group Hllfl to its director, Mr. Joseph K. Holtz.
Because of the very latest type public address
apparatus, so generously donated by the Alumni
and the Student Council, the Players have been
able to practice over real radio equipment and
hear exactly how their voices sound. The Radio
Players presented Longfellow's Evangeline over
VVJR and the March of Youth over YVWV-I, doing
a, fine job in each instance.
The success of the sparkling musical show,
"'l'ambula,', was partly due to the hilarious humor
of 'fMars" Martian Onf' amusing slice of slapstick
dished up by the Players. Five Players were also
cast in the 12A play.
The aim of the Radio Club is to aid in develop-
ing clear speaking voices as Well as culture, and
to prepare students for careers in radio.
The Science illld Radio Club, directed by Mr.
Austin Cline, continues to explore the fascinating
world about us.
Radio is rapidly "going places" at Northwestern Z
SCIENCE and RADIO CLUB
First Ron'-Henry, Linse, Heimstadt, Cameron.
Nm-ond lfou'MChatham, Hart, Buell, Gray.
Page 19 text:
The activities of the Hi-Y are based on the purpose of creating and
maintaining throughout the school and community high standards
of t'hristian character and living. Meetings are l1eld each Tuesday
evening at tl1e Y. M. G A.. a member's home. or a neighborhood Church.
There are occasional "combined" meetings with the Girl Reserves.
Each meeting generally includes a. business meeting, entertainment.
and a devotion led by a member. On every Friday morning at 6:30
tl1ere is a meeting of the members of all chapters. Here breakfast
is served: it is followed by a business meeting.
Social activities for the year included dances. outings. and parties.
Each chapter did its share at Thanksgiving and tlhristmas by sending
out baskets. The chapters are ever willing and ready to aid the
school in any way possible.
All of the chapters are sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. The ehapter
advisers are Mr. M. D. .Ierou1e, 'White Uhapterg Mr. Ii. IC. King. Red
Fhapter: and Mr. I". G. Sisson, Gray Uhapter.
Presidents for the fall term were Don Hartwell, lVhite: Earle
Mott. Red: and Ted Hart, Gray. Those who succeeded them in the
spring were Don Hartwell, Ray Danto, and Charles Pullman, respec-
The Girl Reserves under the guiding direction of Miss L. IC. Holte
man and Miss ID. I.. Emmons, have undertaken and accomplished
several projects in the past year. As a Christmas project, they
befriended a needy family and watched out for their welfare through-
1.nt the winter. At present the girls are making garments for the
Needlework Guild. The girls who graduate are given a banquet by
the renraining Girl Reserves.
This is a semi-annual event. Every few months the Northwestern
Girl Reserves meet with the City-Wide Girl Reserves and discuss
activities common to both. One night the Girl Reserves had a pot
lurk at the Girls' "Y" and invited a few lucky fellows to the 'filo-ed"
dance al'terwards. The Mothers were invited to a Mother-Ilaughter
tea and were royally entertained by an old-fashioned melodrama..
The Girl Reserves with the lli-Y boys had an outing at River Rouge
Park near the end of the term, when the weather was at its best.
The purpose of the Girl Reserves is to raise their own standards
and ideals and thus enjoy a more complete appreciation of lite.
GIRL RESERVES -
First RoursMerrick. Garrett. Sudekum. Lawson. Buyers. Tainsh. Meyer
MacDonald. Beebe, Seating.
Second Rour-Harroun, Roberts, Estes. Wehrle. Campbell. Sroka, Hoag
land, Kilpatrick. Glnskie, Brooks, Borden. IVallaee. Mallett.
'Fhird Rove-Shannon. Sage, Doremus. Traeger, Renswiek, Petreqnin
MeDonald. Berg. Wells. Streeter. Genge. Feagin.
Fourfll lfmrf- Sims. Roos. Johnston. Chance. Knisel, IIosteI't'er, llamp
ton, Sihvonen, Folkmire, Lombard, VVeyer. Schening,
l"ifll1 Hou:-Grinim. Clarke, Baker, Shusta. Dawe. Heath, Finkbeiner
wnnams, Murdock, Slater, Frackelton. I
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