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All     -School                                    Notice                                         Annual Goes                            College Extends
      Nex                                               All    students     who have not
                                                   registered for the college year
                                                                                                  To Press                               Welcome To Mothers
                                                   of   1946-47 should see their ad-
Wednesday                                          visers
                                                             about registration as
                                                              as   possible.    Registration
                                                                                                    The annual has gone to
                                                                                                  press. Editor Loraine Gust-

     NextWednesday, May 15 is should be completed before
     date of the all school pic- May 17.
                                                                                                  kowski, can make no definite
                                                                                                  promise as to the date     will
                                                                                                  be ready to issue. Spicer and
                                                                                                                                         Important                                Activities Include
nic  to be held at Myrick Park
from 4:00 t 700.
                                     Advisers- for the various
                                  courses are: Specials, Mr. Laux
                                  room 212; Mr. Wulling, room
                                                                                                  Buschman begin printing on
                                                                                                  Saturday.                              Senior           Meeting                 Orchesis            Program
      Aninteresting program is 103.                                                                 The Annual staff has been
                                                                                                  able to find the paper, but the        May 13                                   Saturday Night
being planned. The            at-    main
                                    Physical Education Mr. Wit-                   :               covers for the book have not                                                          Softball Game Friday
traction      will
                 be the softball tich,                        Miss
                                             Wilder, Miss Thom-                                   arrived yet.                      A meeting will be held one
game in which the girls                     and
                                  as, Mr. Miller.                                                   If the Annual is not out be- week from tonite, May 13th,
                                                                                                                                                                                    Feature of the weekend will
boys compete.             This
                       will take    Elementary: Mr. Rolfe, Miss
                           After Caldwell.Miss Drake, room 201.
                                                                                                  fore the semester ends, it will for the members of the senior
                                                                                                  be mailed to the students.      class. This will be an import-
                                                                                                                                                                                  be a softball game by two
                                                                                                                                                                                  select teams of girls. The game
place before lunch.
lunch          will be a social
            there                   Rural:
                                                                                                                                  ant meeting as there is to be a
                                                                                                                                  report from the colors com-
                                                                                                                                                                                  will be played on Friday               after-
hour        consisting          of    games,                                                                                      mittee and the report from the                  noon    at 3:30 p. m.      The teams
                                                                                                                                  gift committee.                                 will use the names of Welsley
stunts and siing.
  This year the social commit- Training School                                                    Eight Students                    Past meetings have not been
                                                                                                                                  as well attended as they should
                                                                                                                                                                                  and Vaaser. Should          time
                                                                                                                                                                                  mit, the energetic seniors will
tee regrets thatit will have to Primary Grades
charge each student approxi-
                                                                                                  Honored At                      have been. You are all busy
                                                                                                                                  but important material is cov-                  challenge the winning team.
                                                                                                                                                                           Lets get out there and pick a
mately fifteen cents due to the Give Operetta                                                     Assembly                        ered in every meeting and it
                                                                                                                                  is to your benefit to attend.            team to cheer for, gang!
fact that with the return of
                                  The first and second grades                                      Tight students were honored
                                                                                                                                         In past meetings Mr.           Leimer  Lambdas Sponsor Tea
veterans there were more so-                                                                                                             has given a lecture on place-
                                of the training school present-                                   for their   outstanding scholar-       ments, and Miss Brendemule           The annual Mothers Day tea,
cial activities the second sem-
                                ed an original operetta, "Hi,                                     ship and leadership qualities          has discussed the correct form sponsored by Lambda Sigma~
ester. Mr. Reuter, however
says that the lunch                  will
                             be Ho, Come to the Fair," Tues-                                      at the annual Honors Assem-
                                                                                                  bly which was held in the
                                                                                                                                         and procedure for making an
                                                                                                                                         application. All seniors have Chi, will be held Saturday,
worth more than, the small day in the training school           Little Theater on April 30.
amount that each student is theater.                                                                                                     been required to write a prac- May 11 in the social room
                                                                  Dr. Knowlton opened the                                                tice application blank.           from 3:00 to 5:00.   Miss An-
asked to contribute.               The operetta was based on program by introducing the                                                     The day before graduation, gell and Betty Isakson will
  Tickets for. the picnic will be music which the children have speaker, Dr. Mierow, of Carle-
on sale in front of
room.        They
                       the social
                  must be bought              learned this year. It included                   ton College. Dr. Mierow spoke
                                                                                                                                         June 1st, the faculty is playing
                                                                                                                                         host to the seniors at a Faculty- pour. A musical program will
                                                                                               on the subject of "The Schol-             Senior picnic. The following be presented for entertain-
before       Monday night. Both               solos, Norwegian string trio.                    ar's Joy." He told the audi-              day, June 2nd, is graduation.) ment.
faculty and             students      are in- the first grade rhythm band,
  Tickets for           the
                  big all-school
                                                   the second grade
                                                   and a       Cinderella
                                                                               puppet show
                                                                                           more          satisfying
                                                                                          band ence that there is nothing
                                                                                                                    life than
                                                                                                        of being a scholar.
                                                                                                                                                                                    All students are invited to
                                                                                                                                                                                  come and bring th~eir mothers.
picnic on Wednesday,          15,    May           by the second grade.       stated that every person has                               Martha Bullert                                 Dance Program        at
go on sale Friday, May 10, in                        Three scenes made up the                     to
                                                                                  determine his own values.

front of the social room.
Deadline for th@ sale is Monm
                                                                     first, at the
                                                                    second, at
                                                                                      railroad    One
                                                                                  the farm; be reasons
                                                                                                        example of values     might
                                                                                                                                         Speaks To                                  The curtain will rise at
                                                                                                                                                                                  p. m. Saturday night in the
                                                                                                                                  ath- Sororities
                                                                                                                for               col-
day ,May          13,
              at 4:10.         I      This
                              third, at the fair. Mrs. Clark lege.     Some go for the                                                                                            Training        School     auditorium,
a 75c picnic for only 15c so  directed the play. She was as- letics, some for social events,
                                                                                                                                           A large group gathered in when the Junior and Senior
get your ticket immediately ! sisted by Mrs.: Youngberg and and others because it "is the                                                             room  Monday eve- Orchesis groups will present.
                              Miss Stevens.                                                                                              the social
         Social Committee.                                   thing to do." The supreme                                                   ning, May 6, to hear a talk by their annual Mothers Day
                                                             values are those which have
                                                                   do with the intellect and the  to                                     Miss Martha Bullert, which Dance program. The opening
                                                                                                                                         was sponsored by the Pi Tau
Aphrodite Thanos                                             ;pirt.
                                                                 He went on to say that man
                                                                                                                                         Epsilon sorority.                 number will be the traditional
                                                                                                                                           When Miss Bullert was in opening dance where members
                                                             is a social creature, and one                                               the Philippines in July, 1941, of the group introduce                           them-
Chosen WRA President                                         of the ways he gets along with
                                                             others is through language.
                                                             Beauty is the universal langu-
                                                                                                                                         war seemed inevitabl . Pass- selves. A variety of feelings
                                                                                                                                         age on boats was almost im- and forms will be present since
                                                                                                                                         possible to get after Septem- the program does not have a
                                                             age. The true joy of scholar-                                               ber, 1941, since all available! definite theme. Among the
                                                             ship comes from seeing beauty                                               ships were used to carry food numbers will be: "Perfume
                                                   Sports Heads
                                                             and comprehending the things                                                and amunition. December7                             C a mp s                      u
                                                                     makespiit                                                           was Pearl Harbor day, and De- Suite," "Moods,"
Schedule                                           Named At  +that
                                                                 '                                                                       cember 8 the Japanese bombed Classics," and "Fire Ritual."
                                                                                                                                                                             Dancers include: Shirley
Changes                                            Sunday Breakfast                                                                      the larger islands of the Philip-
                                                                                                                                         pines.                            Briesemeister, Shirley Crane,
                                                        Aphrodite          Thanos,     P.    E.                                            After Pearl Harbor, the Evelyn Findlay, Cora Forbush,a
     The folowing changes and Junior from Milwaukee, was                                                                                 army took over all boats. There Dorothy Foster, Ann Garney,
additions will be made in the elected president of the Wo-                                                                               was no more inter-island Judy Graham, Jane Pettibone,
194 summer session.                                men's Recreation Association                                                          shipping. Plans were made to Janan Reiff, Betty                            Steckel,
 Flit Term. June 1-July                      19    in last Friday's elections. She                                                       withdraw from the seaports Virginia Waggenor, La Verne
                                                                                                                                                                            WirzbaBtty ElkarKath-
     P.E.   303 Kinesiology,           Perioa      will succeed Evelyn Findlay as
1,   3 credits. Mr. Lipovitz.                      head of the all-campus organi-
     P.E. Principles of Physical                   zation for women's recreation.
Education, Period III. 3 cred-                       Mary Dawn Durnford, Sec.
its. Mr. Wittich.                                  Junior from. Richland Center,
     Biology 308S. Biological Sci-                 will succebd Gertrude Itzen as
ence    for
         Elementary Teachers.
Period L 3 credits.
                                                   vice president. Norma Degan,
                                                   Sophomore Sec. of PortA Wash-
                                                                                                    Delores Jandt of Bangor, a
                                                                                                  Secondary Education Junior
  SS. 28 Rural Sociology.                          ington, takes over the secre-                  received the Bessie Belle
Period 1. 3 credits. Mr. Hafer-                    tary's position from Lou Hal-                  Hutchison Scholarship award
     Note:    Speech 303S, Speech
                                                   ford. Evelyn Dziedzic, P. E.
                                                   Junior also of Milwaukee, was
                                                                                                  this year. The Alice 0. Gor-
                                                                                                  don a junior in the Element-
                                                                                                       awards went to Lois Ar-
Improvemrent, will              not be of-         elected treasurer to succeed                   neson,
       301S 1.3 credits. Mr.
         Term.   22-Aug. July
                    Diagnosis and Cor-
                                                   Jeanette Wilt.
                                                     At the traditional Mother'!
                                                   Day picnic to be held in the
                                                                                                  ary Department,     Mary Garvin,
                                                                                                  a Secondary Education     student,     the gates
                                                                                                                                                             buy what they
                                                                                                                                                             things     became
rection. Period                                    Training          School Sunta,          the   and Jean Reek, a FPhysical Ed-
                                                                                                  ucation student.
                                                                                                                                         hard to get         The    last   year
Lipovetz.                                          heads of the various sports                                                           there, only corn was allowed
                                       of Ex-                                                       Robert Hillegas received the         as food and         was            ra-
            302S.                                                                                                                                                        grown Food-Jane Grace Piskula, and
     P.E.            Physiology                    will be named. These positions                                                                       it         strictly                 Derlin, chairman;
ercise.      Period
               IV. 2 credits. will fall to Junior girls. Thei                                     George    Merrill    Snodgrass         tioned. Vegetables were
                                                                                                                                              all available land.               Jane Orvis,
Mr.  Lipovetz.                present heads will pass their
                                                                                                  award, and Ole Qines, the Dav-,
                                                                                                  id 0. Coate award. This year           on
                                                                                                                                         was good.
                                                                                                                                                                        All food Joddy Thomas.             Tickets-J4ean
  P.E. 42STests,.mnd Measure- duties down to the          in
                                                                                                  the Phi Kappa Epsilon Key               Miss Bullert described the
                                                                                                                                                                                  Foss,         chairman; and Marge
ments. P. E. Period 11. 3 cred- the traditional ceremony.
its.   Miss   Thomas.             The        which are to be       jobs                           was awarded to Robert Hus-             first
                                                                                                                                       planes they saw, the man,
                                                                                                  sey, the outstanding man in Christmas message they re- tow, Avis Thronson, and Mary
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Clean up.-Alice Sho-
                                                                                                                                                                                               chairman; Mildred Ris.
   Chem. 102S General Chemis- filled are fall, winter, and
                                            those of financial
try. Periods I, II, II,.     5 manager,IV.                                                        the Freshman class.            ceived from McArthur's men, Marshall.
                                                                                                                                 Thanksgiving and Christmas
credits.*                      spring sports heads, and heads                                       The program closed with
                                                                                                  Thomas Annett directing the days, and the liberation which
   Biology 201S. Anatomy and for hockey, basketball, volley-
Physiology. Period III. 3               cre-
                               ball, swimming, tennis, soft-                                      audience i singing "America." took place February She de-        3.                             Notice
its.   Miss
          Wentz.               ball, badminton, and bowling.                                      The pianist was Neva Berquist. scribed the ' trip back the pro-
                                                                                                                                         cedure of burial at sea which
   Science 308S. Physical Sci-   The WRA is the organization                                                                                                                        All girls who do not                  have
ence for Elementary Teachers. which is in charge of all extra-                                                                           she had witnessed, and her ex-
Period 1. 3 credits. Miss curricular sportscampus.activities                                for                                          perience and thoughts upon ar-           rooms for next year-see                 Miss
Wentz.                         all girls on the                                                        Welcome Mothers.                  riving in the states again.              Cartwright        immediately.
                                                                                                                               T   H    E    RACQUET                    Friday,   May     10,    1946

                                                                                                                                       THE   iRACQUET
                                                                                                                                                   iFriidayiiMay                          10,    1946~

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                                                                                                                                                       YEP! IT'S ME,
                                                                                                                                                         SHODRE    vF.M

The Racquet Gab Fest                                                                           Society Squibs
                                                          Well, there are only three      BODETTE ELECTED NEW
                                                       more weeks of this left and        PRESIDENT OF
Associated Collegiate Press
                                                       then the dear old exams start.
                                                       Summer vacation will really
                                                                                          SIGMA LAMBDA SIGMA                       n "the j potlq
                                                       come in handy after that.            Pat Bodette will begin the                          his
                                                                                                                                  Joe 'Sladky has started          are Midway, Makin, Guadal-
                                                                                          fall semester at T.C. as presi-      college career with a bang-         canal, Tulagi, Bougaineville
Mary carvin.................
Eloda Ruomey .......
                                Associate Editor          The "L" Club dance was
                                                       very nice-even room enough
                                                                                          dent of Sigma Lambda Sigma           already he has been voted the       Tarawa, Marshals,      Roi,and
Richard LaFave ........               Sports Editor                                       sorority. Six other co-eds will      most popular boy at T.C. in         Gavutu. Joe was with the fa-
Evelyn    Dzed e......              Feature Editor     to dance this time. Seems that     take new positions with her          the recent "L" Club popularity      mous Carlson's Raiders.
Dorothy Whitney....... Copy Editor                     the Betas took over the polls-
Agnes Fortney ...... Make-up aEditor                                                      to get activities started with a     contest. He came to State this         At La Crosse this year Joe
Doris    Gols......Organization               Editor   now, now, fellows, no stacking.    boom. They are newly elect-          year after a four year career       is a physical education and
Chick Meinert      .......... Art             Editor      Has Bill Holgate gone stage     ed vice-president, Mary Dawn         in the marines. He's 23 years       (proudly he says) Enlish ma-
Norma Kruger....Business Manager                                                                                                                                   jor. He's in the "L" Club,
June Tenckhof......A't Bus. Mgr.                       again? There is a rumor about      Durnford; secretary, Beverly         of age, 5' 7%", has blue eyes,
Jane Smith ........       Exchange Editor              a gal back home.                   Marker;     treastUrer,   Evelyn     blonde hair, and a really dy-       Glee Club, is Historian of the
                    Staff                                 The best to Evie Findlay on     Dziedzic;    sergeant - at - arms, namic personality.     He comes       Beta Sigma Chi Fraternity,
  Lorena Curtis, Betty Lou Kuehl.                      her engagement. She was one        Jean May; clerk of chapter,          from a family of seven, hav-        and played fullback on the '45
Grace     Psola,         Ray        Bat,.   Virginia   happy gal last weekend.            Maxine Hayden; and historian,        ing three brothers and a sister.    football team.
Retlaff.  Jean Schroeder Ruth Thom-                                                       Carol Peltier.                       Racine, Wisconsin, is his home         Strawberry    shortcake   is
as, Toby Toveon, Lois Gutake, Jean                        What's this we've heard                                                                                  Joe's favorite food, Boogie
Pennebaker, Elizabeth Green. Avis                      agout Betty Steckle? When's          The annual Spring banquet          town, St. Catherine High
Morrison.    Jack   Goody,  Charlotte                                                     for the sorority will be held        School his alma mater. At St.       Woogie his favorite music.
Bunge. Betty Miller, Richard Frick.
                                                       the big event to be?                                                    Catherine's he took part in ath-    "Women" are his hobby, pet
Marvin        Gramley.    Kenneth Thiel,                  How was the food at the         on May 25. Concluding the
                         Catherine Sweeney.
                                                                                          society's regular meeting will       letic, dramatic, and musical        peeve, and future-he said it!
delle Aarstad,                                         Beta dinner dance, June Mey-                                            organizations.                      Showing that he hasn't a one.
Helen Chopvea             Ole Oines, Robert
                                                        er? Tell him to take better       be a picnic.                                                             track mind, he made another
Partridge.,     Edward Gregorich, Vincent                                                                                         When he graduated he en-
Wadden. Meyer Morris, Bernard Wolf.,                   care of the bearings next time.    KAPPA DELTA PI                       listed in the marines, and lat-     statement about the pet peeve
Warren Waite. Dorothy Natiak.                             To take a cab back from a                                            er took charge of a machine         -- concerning lip-sticksmears,
                                                                                          CHOOSES HILLEGAS
                                                        camping trip is really a crime.                                        gun crew, as corporal, also the'    but we'll leave it out and let
                                                       Just call us the "Ball and chain   FOR PRESIDENT
PleaForEquipment                                        kids"--eh, Kruger, Spencer          At the annual Kappa picnic
                                                                                                                               rating he held at the time of
                                                                                                                               his discharge. Action isn't the
                                                                                                                                                                   him explain. (Ydu're welcome,
                                                       and DeWhit?                        at Waterloo park Robert Hille-       word for what Joe has seen-            He's a "good Joe"--no doubt -
   When one decides upon what                                                             gas was      nlanimously voted in-                                       everyone agrees-and what a
course he wishes to pursue in                             The way Kinky DeVoll al-                                             only several of the places at
                                                        ternates between Lu Arneson       to the presidency of the fra-        which he's "helped Uncle Sam" grin
higher education, he inevitably                                                           ternity for next year. Ole           r
chooses a school which is rec-                          and Noog Pettibone is really
ognized as a leader in the field                        getting to be the thing. Some-    Oines was elected vice-presi-
he has chosen. Such is the                              thing like trying to see both     dent; secretary is Lois Arne-
                                                                                          son; treasurer is Mode Rum-          Frat News
case of the majority of stu-                           blades of a propellor when it      sey; and historian is Agnes                     Beas                              Phi Kapp"
dents enrolled       La Crosse in                       is going at top speed.
                                                                                          Fortney. Mr. Walters was re-
State. Athletes, wishing to                               Birdie Kilian is tying the      elected as counsellor of the          May 3, 4, and 5 were busy             Members of the Phi Kappa
become more specialized in the                          knot May 11. Here's wishing       fraternity.                         days for the ten active mem-         Epsilon fraternity, and their
field of recreation and leader-                         you much happiness.                                                   bers of Beta Sigma Chi as they
ship, come to La Crosse State                                                                                                                                      dates, will go picnicking at
                                                          ORCHESIS-Attention. You         SIGMA CHI SPONSORS                  entertained eighteen of their
for their preparation.      They                       have a plerson that wants very                                         alumni. Some of "the older           Veterans Memorial Park this
                                                                                          MOTHERS' DAY TEA
were persuaded by the fact                                                                                                                                         afternoon.
that La Crosse State was
                                                        badly to get into your group,         The Mothers' Day tea, one boys" began arriving on Fri-        a
  termed," primarily, as a phy-
                                                        but is too shy to say so. Speak   of the highlights of the semi-formal dinnerevening was
                                                                                                                              day. Saturday                           Revival of another fraternity
sical    education   institution.
                                                        up, Goudy.                        Mothers' Weekend        activities, held in the Crystal dance of
                                                                                                                                                     Room          tradition has been voted on by
Their visions of equipment and                             Ask Gil Rohde about his ex-    will be sponsored by Lambda Hotel Stoddard. Before intro-                the chapter with the decision
instruction which should ac-                            perience at Borden's some         Sigma Chi sorority on Satur- ducing his three guests who                 to award Senior Keys to two
                                                        time. Is that what happened       day afternoon in the college
company such a course, were
due for a sound setback.                                to your foot?                     social room. Parents, students Field, with him from Langley
                                                                                                                                      Virginia, Bud Thomas
                                                                                                                                                                   graduating members, Leo Ken-
                                                           Has anyone a few extra dol-    and faculty members will be                                              ney and Jack Belden. When
   Colleges    throughout
state which have not a course
of physical education in their
                                                        lars lying around? If so, con-
                                                        tact Eldean Kunde-or anyone
                                                                                          guests. Janan Rieff will head announced his They are to to
                                                                                          the affair.
                                                                                                                              Evie Findlay.
                                                                                                                                                              be   Dr. Ross Spangler recently an-
                                                                                                                                                                   nodnced the addition to his
                                                                                                                              married at the Congregational
curriculum, have equipment                              of the freshmen or sophomores.        The Lambdas will be guests Qhurch June 3rd: Bill Lou-                family, the fraternity acknowl-
and facilities which would                                 Marge Klug is the slide art-   at a party at the home of their shine brought as his guest,              edged the happy event by send-
place La Crosse State in the                            ist even if she does have to      sponsor, Miss Rena Angell, Tony Kostellic of Chisholm,
lower high school class. Sev-                           wait for instructions from the    next Monday, May 13. The Minnesota.                                      ing a gift. Dr. Spangler, who
eral rumors persist as to why                           team before doing anything.       final meeting of the year will         Other almuni tripping the         was a faculty advisor for the
such conditions exist here. The                                                           be a picnic May 20. At that light fantastic to the tunes of              Chapter, is at present with the
                                                           And so we settle back with     time officers will be elected for Bob Clarke's 12-piece orches-          DuPont Company, in Wilming-
"one" answer given to perpet-                           a good book, we remain-
ual questions by dissatisfied                                                             the coming semester.                tra were: Jimmy (Irish) Quinn        ton, DeL
                                                        YOURS.                                                                                                        Election of officers to lead
students, is that the institution                                                                                                                 New York;
lacks funds. Why? A straight Buffalo Chips                                                 can still out-maneuver the gov. of Swan Lake,                           the fraternity next year will
                                                                                           and it's a pitiful example of Jack Brown,            recently dis-      take place at the next meet-
answer to the student body
would put an end to the incor-                                                             money and politics     ..  . And charged from the Navy; Hank
                                                                                                                                                         Iowa;     ing, and installing of the
rect and slightly nasty rumors                                                             Russia is willing to drop the Sugden, coach at Upper Barth,             newly-elected will be held at
circulating about the campus.        Nice going, Beta Sigma Chi                            Iranian affair-just like that Ed Sacharski, John Schaller,              the final meeting of the school
Can the school give a frank on the handling of the Variety                                 . . . This Dorm life really must Lyle Hope, Rollie                      year. Bob Carey and Clarence
                                                                                           be something, what with Yo-Yo Eddie Gershon,
                                                                                                                                                 Willard Han-       (Cutter) Scherr, both recent
and honest answer? Waite
              --Warren            Show ...        "Hello. How are                          sauntering    down     hallways, son, Bill Baker, Palmer Peter-
                                                                                                                              son, Arvil Farris, John An-          dischargees, attended the last
                                  you feeling this morning?"                               Fighting Lady putting on a
                                                                                                                                              Hanson, Lovell       meeting.
                                  "Fine, Darling." "Excuse me.                             routine, and someone being drews, Kenand Harley Erick-
                                  Wrong number." .. . What a                               Paged now and then. Amen. McCulloch,                                             Alpha       Delt.
French Class                      nurse. She hung around the                               . . . Another Draft Board Let-
                                                                                                                                 Bright and early Sunday             The last meeting of the Al-
                                  Docs waiting for a sinip to                             ter: Dear Sir, "I want to re-
 Presents Plays                   come in.. With baseball off to                          peal my son's classificashun.        morning the Betas held a golf       pha Delta Theta Fraternity
    Members of French classes 1 a good start I spot the National
                                                                                          He so stupid, he can't go any-
                                                                                          wher by hiself he get lost I
                                                                                                                               tournament at Maple Grove.
                                                                                                                               Willard Hanson walked off                          ick
                                                                                                                                                                   was held on Saturday after-
                                                                                                                                                                   noon in M         Park.= The
 and 11 are now working on League winner already.
                                  the Cards. Cubs, or Dodgers,                            got 3 other children stupid to."
                                                                                                                               with the honors, shooting a         fraternity had planned a pio
 several short playlets which but ,and I mean it, the Cincin-                             unquote . . . Never give talks       46. Blackie Zimmerman got nic.
                                                                                          until the room settles down er       the boobie prize -70 -for 9      A ball game was held in the
 will be presented in the audi- nati Reds ...         The American                                                             holes, that is.                park, after which lunch was
                                                                                          better still--quit drinking...
 torium for other members of League is plain, unadulterated                               ...    It's finally come, the                                       served in the par k pavilionbe
 the class. This type of work murder, but the strictly a to fin-
                                                   as           guess,
                                                      Senators                            official date for the Findlay-          Baseball and dancing don't fore the large fire place. Aftes
 is promoted to give the stu- what about                                                   Thomas     hand-joining.    It's    mix very well do they, Janie? lunch there were games and
 dents more experience in in- Sanyway... For $2,300, a new
                                   ish first? ...   For $2,300, a
                                                                  new                     June 3rd, and I know it's un-        Next time be sure there isn't dancing. Everyone had a won-
 formal work. This project is                                                              ending happiness for you both.      a dance that night before tak- derful time including Mr. and
 under the direction of Miss Chevvie can be bought in the                                  Two really nice people ...
                                                                                                                                ing the fatal slide.          Mrs. Skadeland.
 Anderson.                         South Americas. Big business
Friday,          May 10,           1946                     THE            RACQUETi
                                                                                               T. C. Annihilates                                                                               Nichols vs.       Maliszewski           6-0;

Girl Meets Sports                                                  ,                  Du9fy    Iowa Sprinters                               T.C
                                                                                                                                                               M sTennis
                                                                                                                                                                 eets                          Kenmey,

                                                                                                                                                                                               Graham, De Voil
                                                                                                                                                                                                              K oe tng
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ness, Adams 6-2;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             vs. Burt-.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           vs. McKih-
   This paper is turning into
                  lot of other
an e. b. just like a                                 iuses     in Just ask Helenschool eled to Decorah, Iowa, to trav-
                                                     not only with the little gen-
                                                                   the training Moe La Cresse's cindermel, corn-                              La Cresse State's net men
                                                                                                                                           have really captured their op-                      Goudy,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ben, Pangborn    6-3; 6-0.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Nichols vs. Davidson,
things and people around this                        either.                                                                               ponents' scalps. The netmen                               Hendries    6-0; 6-2.
school with two issues in two                        about the boy in her class who pete with the highly touted coached                                by Leon
weeks. So if I start                 repeating was imitating an elephant. Norsemen and, as the score in-                                                             Miller have a
                                                                                                                                           clean slate, having won every                  (Continuedo page 4)
myself, just      andgrin              bear it. After our "rest hour" every dicated, soundly trounced                                      set they have           participated    in.      Two mile,   Murphy(L
   The seniors have at                     last Monday and Wednesday it is
                                     positions. always rather hard to comethru          out
                                                                                            them.                       With 271 games won
                                                                                                                                                                          to     their       29.2.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      3. Wolf()-
                                                                                                                                                                                three 2. Partridge(L Shot put, 1.

started    acceptng                                                                           With two races to go (the opponents 95. Therethe                                         Time 10:-50.
Miss  Arlene Julia                   Plimpton
                                                of our lethargy and go
                                                     all,those folk dances we forgot       mile relays) La Crosse dar for the tennis team.calen- Mielke (L) 2. Demerit30(L) 3,
                                                                                               880    and
                                                                                                                        meets remaining on
                                                     to cover. Tenckhoff does her
wishes to announce that                                                                                                                        On
address next year will be                  Man-                                        in first              one- May 14, they will travel to Eau Becker (I)-Distance
                                                     best but we know those vita- point lead. We lost the 880 Claire for a match. The1 7 inches. High jump, 1. Mu'l-
                                                                                               was    with       place          a
        Wisconsin and not the!
A.R.C. as previously supposed.                       min pills aren't going to last
                                                                    and were behind points with                        9 The                      rooney (L) 2. Bumford (L) and
                                                                                                                                            "racketeers" will wind up
                                   forever.  tal-                                                                                                                                            Schroeder (I)         tied-Height
Bee Connell will lend her
ents to    Cudahy  and "Jim"         Since I finally found a fresh- the mile relay left.     team
                                                                                                                                           their season on May 18 at
                                                                                                                                           Stout. Results of the games                       feet, 3 inches.          Pole
                                                                                                                                                                                              Mulrooney (L) 2. Tuddle (1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                vault,    1.

Kruger is keeping her                     fingers
                                   man who seemed to know of Muirooney, Kenney, Mur-                                                       appear below.          f                          and Nicholls (L)   tied-Height
crossed that '.tavenport, Iowa what they are having I can phy and Aarstad really ran all
comes, thru.         Noog
                     Pettibone isI write
                                             the,,           in
                                                      besides non-
                                                             ,something                        but
                                                                        for T.C. and came in wih
                                                                                                                                             TENNIS        RESULTS OF '46
                                                                                                                                             La Crosse,6; St. Mary's 0
                                                                                                                                                                                             10 feet, 6(L) 2. Grosse (L) 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         inches. Javelin, 1.
traveling northward, out of
#amer                              sense    here this week. They, a victory and 10 points to win
          belt to Medford where have just finished baseball and the meet 68 to 67VA.
                     pure reside. are starting on archery. Rannie
                                                                                                                 %                         St.Mary's at Winoe~
                                                                                                                                             Kenney vs. Whitstone 6-2; Grosse (L) 2. Broad(L) Mayo
                                                                                                                                                                                                         (L)-Distance 131
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1.         feet
only the good
Good   luck to all of them.
                                                                      The leading scorers for La
                                   Thomas, who is left-handed Crosse were Jim Demerit with                                                    6-2.                                   Winz                          3. inch-
                                                                                                                                                                                             (L)-distance 20 feet 3'4
   Have you noticed the tan seems to have a little troubleI 15, Bob Murphy and Ardy Aar-                                                     Koetting vs. Miller         8-6;6-0. es. Discus, 1. Morris (L) 2.
the sophomores are acquiring getting things straight cause stadl with
from playing tennis on tIse it's all backwards to begin, Morris 12, and John Mul-
                                                                                      each, Meyer                10%                         Graham vs.        Kalara
                                                                                                                                             Waite vs. Wilson 7-5;6-0.            Schroeder () 3. Raebel (L)-
nice "warm" mornings? Carol with. I guess if Garney got rooney
                              of                     thru
                                         without shooting herself,
                                                                              4.                             7                               Kenney, Koetting vs.
                                                                                                                                                  stone, Miller 843; 8-3.
                                                                                                                                                                            White-           Distance
                                                                                                                                                                                                             117 feet, 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                     yard relay,           La
Peltier has one        the most
beautiful service swings seen                        youii
                                           make it toe, xKannie.                                                                             Graham, De Voll vs.            Wilson,          Aarstad, Morris, Wirz,
here        in
          many years--now if Miss Thomas has them use field pop-up and a single to                                                            Kalara        6-4;
                                                                                                                                                         6-2.                                dash- All
                                                                                                                                                                                                              1:38.3.  444)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              three, places
only she can learn to hit the shadows on or in front of the center. Stout was able to
ball!I Speaking of balls, who target as aiming points. Midge work Seri for eight hits but
                                                                                                                                             La Crosa., 6; St. Mary's 0
                                                                                                                                                                    Craos                    ceeded to La Cresse.               Mile   re-
is the one that pulls the covers Erickson only has one little could not cash
                               difculty-she shoots at the Russ Halford
                                                                                on them.                               in                  St. Mary's at La
                                                                                                                                             Kenney vs. Whitestone                6-3;       lay-Conceded          to La Crosse.
off them ....    did all that
Phy. Ed. finally come to bear wrong shadow.
                                                          batsmen with three hits as
                                                                                                                     led the
                                                                                                                                             Graham vs. Kalara 641; 6-4.
                                                                                                                                                                                               De     Whit travels incognito
                                                                                                                                                                                             when she plays ball, she clims
-??   Campcraft class resem-   That's all for this time.  Hanke, Elison, McCulloch and                                                       Waite vs.      Miller 6-2;    6-2.              she can't stand people crowd-
bles a lawn party on nice days.                           Hussey added                             two each.                                 De Voll vs.      Wilson     6-2;6-1.            ing around for her autograph
Elly Reed can say "here" in                            The    Indians opened their Seni fanned seven and                             is-                               after each inning.
                                                                                                                                             Koetting, Graham vs. White-
                                                                                                                                                      Miller 6-3; 6-4.
several different voices ... .
    bu    hdid     Saeker House have                 conference    schedule on April sued three passes and hit one
                                                               23, y
                                                               truncng Sout     ti-batter. Been for Stout struck
                                                                                                                                             Waite, De Vel vs. Wilson,   Speaking of errors Joan Fos-
                  in      late     and      spoil 2,t        10truni tou0.theIninsout 13, while passingfive and                                Kalara 6-1; 6-4.                   the blunder of
things!!                                                pucedottheirT firstIin ,contribut eight wild pitches
                                                                          run in                                                               La Cros.,10; Stout, 0 ter made the game against the
                                                                                                                                                                       season in                  the
   Miss  wilder has called      the       a
                           Juniors position
                                            frame on " Putch" to the cause of the locals. De.                                              Stout at La Cross.          sophomores when she thought
                                                                                                                                                                       the batter tak~es a base
                        to is- Eion's single and stolen base fensive play of the game was
meeting of the
cuss the "lnpawtat"             and a similar by Glen McCul- a             from Ellison to           two-play in                    By- Kenney ye. Burtness 6-2; 8-0. r'unner takesi a ball, onandbalk
                                                                                                                                        Koetting vs. Adams
                                                                                                                                                                  6-0.                          a
of seniors which we are to as-         loch.~~~ Thycmakaaners to                which apossi-            Hussey                         Graham vs. McKibben 6-1; by the pitcher.
asume in just a           little
                      whil... . in the fourth with two more.,l        oreo
                                                                      Hanke's  rul     o e                                                6-1.
                                                                                                                                        De Voll vs. Hendires 6.2; 6-0.
       doesn't seem possibe     on Leon            long triple was avoided.                                                                                              Thre seniors are in morbid
                                                                                                                                        Goudy vs. Davidson 8-2; 6-1. mood lately, they alet the
Practice-.teaching is               beginning
                                which bounced into the feet-      Final score: La Crosse 10,
                                               error on an in-I Stout an                                0.
to hve its trying moments and ball field,                                                                                                    Sladky vs. Hughes 7-5; 8-6.                     sophomores best them.
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Softball                 Meet
                                                        To C.Baseball                              Continues
                                                                                                   Winning Streak                 Indians Trounce Iowa
                                                        Team, 7-2                                    The tennis team, continuing Track Squa
                        Kappa, having
                                     ex-                  Upper      Iowa's baseball team          on the "straight and narrow
                                                                                                   path," beat Eau Claire 6-1, on  The Upper Iowa University Cross's men entered in
               two games..
                  Phi                                   defeat La Crosse  7-2 in
                                                                game. Evans wasMon- matches:       May 7, 1946. Result of the track squad invaded La Crosse than one                                                       more
games        are played each
on Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
                                               Threa    day's
                                                        ingthe two LaBob Hussey drove Leo Kenny Snlam
                                                                    pitcher, Seni
                                                                              the los-                                                          Teachers' C
                                                                                                                                                May 6,
                                                                                                                                                        and came out on the
                                                                                                                                                                             ge Monday, did very
                                                                                                                                                                                    Murphy's times in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  and they all
     The Betas and Ramblers, the                        in single.$ Crosse runs with Lewis (EC) 6-0,(LX)                       6-1, over        short end of a 114-22 score. mile and two mile were merit-
                                                        a                                                               6-1.
                                                                                                                                    Upper Iowa suffered from a able since there was a decided
only undefeated teams left,                                                        starting John Koetting (LX) over                            shortage of quarter mile ent- lack of competition. Demerit's
                                                                       the Indians, and he Bob Davies (EC) 6-2, 6-3 .
                                                                   Seni was   the
will have clashed       Wednesday,                        Jim
                                                        pitcher for                                                                                             to time and Mulrooney's height
                                                                                                     Kinky DeVoll (LX), lost to rants and, therefore, hadrace in thehis and pole vault
May 8,
clears, one
             at 4:30. When the dust
            or the                                    ran into trouble in the first
                                                 will frame. Bierman, the first man                Whitney (EC) 6-0, 4-6, 4-6.   conceed the quarter                           mile
be resting on top.
                                      This      game to fW~e Seni, went to first on                  Warren Waite (LX), over and the one mile relay race to respectively deserve fineot i ce
                                                                                                                                       "fleet-footed" trackmen.    also. Grosse looked
will have born all the
marks of a grudge battle.
                                                 ear- a safe hit.         Harms
                                                                             drove a
                                                 The single into left field, and Far-
                                                                                                   Teeley (EC) 3-,6-4,6                   Crosse'sLa
                                                                                                     Bill Grahm (LX), over B. and strong-arms 18 speedsters jump, and Morri' distance in
                                                                                                                                                    swept 15 T
                                                                                                                                                                   clearing 20 feet in the broad
standings     up            to
                     and including num then hit a long fly                                 ball    Hanson (EC) 6-00.      6-0.   first, 9 seconds, 3 thirds, and                           the
                                                                                                                                                                        discus is nice to see. Ray.
May      1,1946 are a follows:     into left field for a home
                                       WL         0%      Leon       Hanke, Indian
                                                                                                                                 tied for two second; to win (Billy( +
                                                                                                     Kenny, Koetting (LX), over, their second in two meets this
                                                                                                                                                                            Sauer ran a very fine
                                                                                                                                                                      80yard ace, and he         as                     looks
Ramblers.......3..                fielder, suffered cuts on his
                                           0    1.00                                               Davies, Lewis (EC) 6-2, 6-3.  year.
                                                                                                     DeVoll, Grahm (LX), over Double winners for La Crosse for hm.
                                                                                                                                                                   though better things are ahead
  Captain, Jack Russove.          face and forehead., knee and                                                                   6-3, 6-0.
                                                                                                                                 were John Mulrooney in the           All in all, the meet was not
Betas ................. 2 01.80 right thigh, when he fell over                                     Whitney, Teeley (EC)
                                                                                                                                 high jump, and pole vault; as expected, and~ it only went
  Captain, "Czar"" Zimmerman. the fence around the race track                                                                                                                              to
                   Harry. . Albertine..333
                                                                                                                                 Meyer Morris in the discus and        serve as a warm-up for the
Alpha Delta
                        12   .333 in his effort to get the ball.
                                                          The second inning was an-                Golfers Win                                 220  yard dash; and the old re-             big   Triangular   meet to be    held
AUl-Stars         ............                                                                                                                 liable Bob Murphy in his spec,
                                                                                                                                                                    here between Luther, Winona
Hi Marsupials .

                                                        ians.     The first two   men up hit Over Eau Claire
                                                        other rip snorter for the Iowa-
                                                                                                                                 ialties, the one and two mile Teachers, and La Crosse, next
                                                                                                                                 jaunts.                            week, Tuesday, May 14. The
                                     0.. 2              safely.     Bill Meyer relieved              Afer losingmetches to Wi- second Morris100also placed strength of the Winona team
                                                            The                                                                              the       yard dash,
Phi Bill
     Captain,    Jungbluth.
       Kapa ........... 0 1
  Captain,             Fred       Adams.
                                                 .00 Seni. which first man tobases.
                                                     him was loaded the face
                                                                      hit with a pitched
                                                                                                   nona, St. Mary's, and Stout, and ran the second leg of the is not known, but
                                                                                                   the golf team finally "broke 880 yard relay. Jim Demerit against and defeated Luther at
                                                                                                   the ice" by trimming Eau won the high hurdles and was Luther.
                                                                                                                                                                                          boys ran                our
     Results of last week's games:                      The next man up hit a triple,
     Betas,8;          Alpha Delts, 5.
     Ramblers, 19; Mei Marsupials,
                                                        and stretched it into a home
                                                                                                   Claire 9-6, on May 7. George winning the low, hurdles by a
                                                                                                   Goeser broke the tie by tak- handsome margin when the
                                                                                                                                                                      Results of each event below:
                                                                                                                                                                      120 yard         hurdles, 1.         high
                                                        run when the ball took a bad
                                                        bounce over Hanke's head.
                                                                                                   ing his man.
                                                                                                     Results of the matches:     second last hurdle came up too Demerit (L), 2.       DeMers (L),            G.
     All Stars,        5;
                Phi Kappa, 2.  Having run the score up to 7,                                         Rau (EC) 83, Page (LX)
                                                                                                                                 fast and Jim took a nasty spill. 3. Court (I)-Time :17. Mile
     T h e remaining scheduled the visitors were held score-
games are:
               13, All                                  less the remainder of the game.
                                                                                                     Harings (EC) 97, Powers Gib DeMars hole in the cinders 3. Michel W--Time 4:58.
                                                                                                   (LX) 84.                      stepped in a
                                                                                                                                               also fell, when he' 1. Murphy (L) 2. Partridge (L..
                                                                                                                                                                    yard dash, 1.. Aarstad (L) 2.
     Mon., May                           Stars      vs.    The Indians started the war               K. Hanson (EC) 78, Gilbert- and sufferedslammed -injuries. Morris (L) 3.
                                                                                                                                   La Crosse
                                                                                                                                                          the jave-                      (I)--Time            Moon
 HI Marsupials,                                         chant in the sixth with two                son (LX), 87.
     Tues., may
Phi Kappa.s
                              14,    Alphas vs.         out.      McCulloch       received    a                                                               yard :10.9. 200 yard dash! 1. Morris
                                                                                                     Stygar (EC) 83, Nicholas lin, 880 yard race, 440 jump, (L) 2. Moon (I) 3. Grosse (L)-
                                                                                                                                 dash, two mile, broad
  Wed., May 15, Betas vs.
                                                 Phi    walk, Halford got to first on
                                                        an error, and Hanke
                                                        single to fill the bases.
                                                                                                   (LX) 87.1
                                                                                                     B. Hansen 90, Goeser 87.
                                                                                                                                 and won both relay races. Up- Time 24:7, 880 yard dash,
                                                                                                                                 per Iowa had only one man Sauer (1L) 2. A.                   (L) 3.           DeMers              1.

  Mon., May 20, Hi Marsupials                           Hussey drove a single to right                                           entered in the one-half mile, Kenney (L)-Tirae 2.10. 200
vs. Bets                                                center field to run in McCul-                Many the so-called thinker mile and two mile. His name yard low hurdles, 1, Fuddle (I)
     Tues., May 21,
vs. Ramblers.
                                     Phi       Kappa    loch and Halford. Hanke
                                                        called out sliding into third.
                                                                                           was     has merely learned the weight is Michel, and his feat was 2. Court (I) 3. Baynze (L)-Tinme
                                                                                                   of silence.                   noteworthy. Many of La                  (Continued on page 3)
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