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SENIOR WILL Name Pet Peeve Ambition Will Marian Arvidson. .Lee Halliday To teach Bill to jitterbug My phone and Ronnie Roberts to anyone who likes three- way conversations Jim Ash . .Losing a game of fantan to a certain thermostat To bowl a 200 average game My ability to do nothing to any underclassman Rae Asher . .People who ask how much I weigh and then want to pick me up To convince Mrs. Isaac that I don ' t mind being in her classes My love of be-bop and Sarah to Jerry Maddox Bob Baker . .Ed Dillard To raise rabbits on a bee farm My basketball skill to Bob Kriebel Bill Bauman . .Getting slammed in the face by the Girls ' Rest Room door To be more like I am not My test cramming ability to anyone who has Mrs. Isaac Mary Ellen Binney .. .Rit ' s notes in typing class To go to California All the fun of a senior year to the coming seniors, especially the Thrianns Bob Blome . .Traffic jams in the halls be- tween classes To be a radio announcer at WGN My ability in English to Ches¬ ter Sheets Sally Bolds . .Men with crew cuts To see " far away places " My ability to be absent on Monday morning to anyone who likes late dates Bruce Brown . .People who say the answer is obvious To broadcast a West Side-Jeff game The name " Mangier " to Charles Moore Barbara Bryan . .White sox that show up at night To become a commercial artist and own ten swimming pools My accomplishment of whist¬ ling through my fingers to some ambitious freshman John Bullard . .The " Billys " To give college a try My typing ability to anyone Bonnie Burns . .Gaining weight To attend an Entre Nous re¬ union in ten years My nickname, Babydoll, to Corty Pat Butz . .People who insist on mispro- nouncing my name just for a laugh To see and hear Eckstine in person My shyness to Sue McMullen Louie Carr. .Running out of gas To be first in the cafeteria line My " new " car to my brother, Harry Tom Comingore . .Insincerity To leave each of my kids $1,000,000 My 28 point record in Intra¬ mural to George Owen Doris Conkright . .People who love to tease To make good in this world My dimples to anyone who wants them Sara Jane Cox . .People who smack their gum To make good grades in Purdue My ability to gain weight to Mary Lou Daane George Cromer. ......Bill Gray in all my math classes To accomplish something at a Penguin meeting A new trombone to John Castell (maybe) Ed Dillard . .Bob Baker and Tom Thise To raise whales in California My curly golden locks to George King Bernard Dodds . .People who are always on time To be only reasonably late somewhere My ability to hold extra points to the " Duckling " Edith Edwards . .My Short lab assistant To own a " Tudiebaker " My ability to walk up the hill on cold mornings to anyone Shirley Felknor . .Lemon meringue pie To hook a neat blond with a four wheel personality My porch light to Shirley Sherman June Frager . .My bangs on a rainy day To understand chemistry My ability to sneak into the show to Edi Kennedy Bill Freel . .A certain girl with blonde hair and a white sweater Have the Moonbeams sing at Radio City My ability to make enemies to any fellow smoe Steve Freeman . .One meat ball and no salt To be a first string guard for the Boilermakers My cafeteria job to anyone who likes to carry dishes Bob Friend . .The " Duck ' s” remarks To play baseball in big league My curve ball to the " Rangier " Alexis Gilliland . .People who are proud of their stupidity To win the Nobel Peace Prize My 4000 inch cyclotron to Miss Bushong ' s science classes Paul Gilliland . .A yellow slip from Mr. Eddy when I have no excuse To write a perfect English 8 theme My ability to dry lab in chem to John Cramer Barbara Girton. .People who refuse to learn anything beneath their dignity —jitterbugging To be on time some day and shock " Leftie " All the good times and fun I ' ve had at W.L. to somebody who makes better grades Gerhard Graff . .Dark blue shirts To own a Lincoln Cosmopoli¬ tan convertible The attendance office to Mr. Eddy Page 90
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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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Name Pet Peeve Ambition Will Bob Graham . .People who think Jeff will beat W.L. in every sport To catch for Warrior in base¬ ball when he pitches a no hit game My catcher ' s mitt to any poor fool who wants it Bill Gray . .Motorbikes that don ' t work To keep out of trouble My managing job to Bob Bloss Evelyn Guard . .People who pull off others ' head scarves To find a job with high pay and no work involved My typing book to the Shows Mary Ruth Hadley. .Being interrupted to recite while getting chem in civics class To make English 32 in Purdue My clarinet stencil for my sen¬ ior skirt to the freshman clar¬ inet players Lee Halliday . .The confusing fact that every- thing happens at the same time To go to West Point The " Yellow Rag " and its " little problems " to Dorothy Ayres Joan Harlan . .People who pass you up with empty cars on cold mornings Chocolate sundae sampler My height to anyone who likes to see parades Charles Hatke . People who say the answer is obvious Retail druggist My ability to get along with Mrs. Isaac Jacqueline Hull . .Guess who! To bowl one 300 game My naturally curly hair to Pat Hogle Alice Jackson . .Mrs. Isaac ' s tests To see Paris The back booth at Bartlett ' s to the Lamea Lowell Jackson . .Angora sweaters To grow old gracefully My nickname to Mr. Eddy George Kantz . .Women To be a track coach My will power to turn down a smoke to Leroy Allyn Dick Keilholz . .Chubby women To see a dog catch Bob Friend My letter sweater to Edith Kennedy Jack Kensinger . . ' 34 Chrysler To break 200 in bowling My " Tech " crew ability to Don Trenkle Jo Kingsolver . .The " Weed " To be seventeen for the rest of my life My note from Krieb and Torro to Edi Kennedy Ted LaBree . .Fuzzy sweaters To have some ambition My " T " shirts to Kitty Clark Jackie LaPlante . .Betty and her brainy (?) ideas To be able to do something righV once The ability to run out of gas in strange towns to any unlucky person who wants it Ann Leahy . .Blue pass slips To get an A+ in chem My ability to get the car to Nancy Henderson Margaret Lefler . .People who are never ready on time To see W.L. have a gym in the near future My nickname to anyone who wants it Jane Liengme . . " Just checkin ' " To write on wet cement My nickname, Yo-yo, to any¬ one who qualifies Joan Lister . .Being called " Joanne " To own a convertible My ability to get places on time to anyone who doesn ' t need it Jim Longster . .Hydrogen sulfide in chem lab Not to get married until I ' m 35 and have a million dollars My ability to go with two girls to any freshman who can get away with it Frances McCabe . . " Library rules " To live happily ever after All of my front seats to anyone who wants to be at the head of his class Mary Jane Messenger.. .My nickname To graduate from college My conspicuous place in the marching band to Madge Bachman John Miller . .People that say they is but they ain ' t To get 18 holes in one in one game of golf My talents of playing sharps flat and flats sharp, and get¬ ting away with it, to Jack Jor¬ don Anne Moore . .Two people in German class Breakfast To see a clear and quiet room on Tuesday night My ability to get back in school to anyone who likes Naptown Mary Ann Moore. .Breakfast To write a best seller Ted, Dean, and Wayne to Lana Turner Dave Morrison . f .Girls that smoke To be as good as the Gleek thinks he is All my witty remarks to Jackie Gaylord Poling Fred Mozley . . " Important " Thermostat meet- ings (where all we do is play cards) To go a week without an argument with My ability to sing " Hill Billy Ballads " to Fred Willis Helen Neibert . .Cars that don ' t have brakes To get the other ring for my third finger To my brother, the ability to get the car Edi Oderkirk . .Jo To beat up Tubby My big brown eyes to Linda Barrett Page 91
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