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FEBRUARY The Devil began a new semester this morning and he surely felt relieved after hearing he had passed all the tests. Tonight the Devil motored to Fowler to beat the Bulldogs by a score of 51 to 41. Nice going. Winamac was the Devil ' s guest tonight at the Fieldhouse and our Devils were really happy after chalking up another victory. The mixer after the game was enjoyed by all who attended. Attica came to our Devil ' s Den tonight and took home the honors. It was a close game literally crammed with excitement. 11—Williamsport left tonight feeling a little sad after the Devil racking of 59 to 18. To add to the eve¬ ning ' s enjoyment a mixer was held in the cafe¬ teria and lo and behold we have a new jukebox!! 14—Who ' s your Valentine? I guess everyone found out at the Speech Arts meeting after school. 16—The Devil ' s homemakers visited McCord ' s Con¬ fectionery today after school to learn to make candy. 18—The Devils played their last game tonight before the sectionals to be defeated at Brazil by a very small margin. I hope they are going better for the sectionals. ( 22— The Ahea Devils were busy making plans for the Shamrock Ball today at the business meeting. I think the dance will be most delightful this year. 23- 26—The Devil was pretty busy attending the sec¬ tionals and was disappointed when our Jefferson rivals outplayed us Devils but it was really a fine tournament and the Devils should be mighty proud of themselves. 28—The Devil Girls ' Fathers were entertained at a banquet tonight and the freshmen were initiated. The program was enjoyed by our fathers im¬ mensely. MARCH 11—A Mixer was in the air tonight with the Dance Band providing the noise. That Devil band de¬ serves orchids for their teamwork and originality. 14—The Speech Arts meeting was held this afternoon, and I thoroughly enjoyed the skits from the play. 16-17— " The Great American Family ' ' was presented tonight to the Devil and his friends at the Morton Auditorium. Some future talent for the Devil was revealed and the entire play reached the Devil ' s high standards. 18—Formals and flowers were in order tonight at the Devil ' s Shamrock Ball. A1 Schmidt ' s band played for this gala event and I think the Devil really went for the punch. 21—Lincoln Lodge was packed with people who were friends of the teams from both sides of the river to honor them at a banquet. 23—The Hi-Y Devils were hosts at a conference held at Purdue this afternoon and tonight. Mr. Evans acted as district sponsor. 25—The Devils were among six schools representing the Hoosier Conference at a Banquet tonight at the Union. Our Devils and Attica tied for the championship award. 30—The Senior Devils displayed their talent this morning at the annual Senior Convo. This extrav¬ aganza was in the form of an old-time vaudeville show and provided many laughs. Page Hit
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DECEMBER 1— Rossville was defeated on their home floor for the first time since February of 1943 by the Devil tonight. That 53 to 36 score really looked neat. 2— Tonight Jack Erwin told about his travels in Eu¬ rope, at Hi-Y meeting. Mr. Hoddopp presented a magic exhibition. The meeting was very interest¬ ing. 16— I really enjoyed the Christmas meeting of the Girls ' Club this afternoon. Marian Arvidson gave some very humorous readings. The Devils lost their game with Gerstmeyer of Terre Haute tonight. 17— The Cafeteria was the scene of the Christmas Convo this morning. The chorus sang and Joyce Bedell and Bob Kriebel gave readings. I think everyone is in the Christmas spirit this year. To¬ night I attended the annual Hi-Y Christmas Dance. It was different in the way that pictures were taken of the various couples and a skit was put on by new members. This brought school to a close until January 2. I wish all the Devils a very Merry Christmas. 31—The annual New Year ' s Eve Dance was held to¬ night at Allen ' s Ballroom. The various girls ' clubs in school sponsor this dance. Tom Thise was crowned " king " of the dance. For the first time a band held the honors with the Devil ' s own Rae Asher featured as vocalist. JANUARY 3— School again! My but I was tired today. I guess I still haven ' t recuperated from the slumber par¬ ties New Year ' s Eve. 4— Crawfordsville was where the Devil was sched¬ uled to have a game tonight, and of course the Devil came out on top 43 to 24. 7—Lebanon paid the Devil a visit tonight at the Field house and 47 to 40 was the neat score the Devils chalked up against their foe. For the first time a Basketball Queen was crowned and Ruth Ann Parkinson held the honors. The girls in her court were Pat Beck, Barbara Gibbens, Helen Lecklit- ner, and Janice Woods. All were presented with corsages. 10—I attended the Speech Arts meeting this afternoon and understand they are already thinking about the play. The Devil is proud of the Photography Crew who has been doing a lot of work this year. 14—I traveled to Sheridan tonight for another game and was more than pleased with the 39 to 31 score. 18— Rivalry attained i ts peak tonight when the Jeffer¬ son Bronchos from across the river invaded the Fieldhouse. The Devil put up a hard fight but lost by one point in what was a thrilling basket¬ ball game. 49 to 50 was the final score. 19— The Devil ' s Ahea and Hi-Y clubs held a joint meeting tonight in the cafeteria. I thought the panel discussion on dating problems was most beneficial. 21—The Devils downed Delphi 30 to 21 tonight. A gay mixer concluded a very exciting evening. 25— Tonight the Devils were guests of Rensselaer and again took the honors with a score of 45 to 37. 26— I went in to the Girls ' Club meeting after school in the Speech Room. 28—Again the Devils were victorious over Rossville with a score of 51 to 37 and after the game a mixer was held and enjoyed by all the Devils who attended. Page 87
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APRIL The Devil ' s movie machine was running tonight as the " Ten Gentlemen from West Point " was shown. -The District Band Contest was held at Attica today and the Devil ' s Band took the lead with first place. Here ' s orc hids to this year ' s band. Corsages for boys were voted in at the Girls ' Club meeting today. We Devil girls are certainly look¬ ing forward to the Golddiggers ' Ball. -I think the Devil was very much interested in the Easter Convo this morning. Rev. McCormick was introduced to the Devils for the first time. 8—Greencastle welcomed the Devil songbirds at the Spring Chorus Festival today. 11-15—Spring vacation for the Devil. 18—This month ' s Speech Arts meeting was held after school and the Devil elected its next year ' s officers. 21— WASK visited the Devil this afternoon to make a recording of the activities at the Devil ' s Den. 22— The Golddiggers ' Ball was the highlight of the day ' s activities. I thought some of the guys ' cor¬ sages were ravishing. The Devil Girls performed a quite large task to make this dance such a success. 23— " The Pied Piper " provided the entertainment for the Devil tonight in the cafeteria. 25—The Hi-Y and Girls ' Club together sponsored the annual vocational conference this week. Have you decided your vocation as yet? The Devil has. MAY The Devil attended another picnic tonight spon¬ sored by the Speech Arts Club. Jeans and old shirts were in order. 18—The Ahea homemakers again displayed their talents today at the Mothers ' Tea. The Devil is proud of its good cooks and dressmakers. 28—The Hi-Y took a trip to McCormick ' s Creek to spend the day. A good time was had by all. 26-27—The Senior Devils brought to the public on the Morton stage their wonderful interpretation of " What a Life " . This play was well cast and well attended. We seniors are really neat. 28—The Devil ' s Athletic Department sponsored an¬ other picnic this year. This club has really prog¬ ressed rapidly since its beginning in ' 48. Mother was the guest of honor tonight at the Annual Tea sponsored by the Girls ' Club. The Devil girls looked nice with their mothers. 3-9—Gala Week 8—Junior-Senior Prom 9—The Devil received his sheepskin. Now—to relax for the summer.
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