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She’s gunning for an elementary teaching positio a. Member of the Indiana High School Press Associa- tion, and National Scholastic Press Association. They all always ended by singing ‘The Battle Hymn of the Republic.’ All in all it was a very wonderful and ex- citing experience, which I en- joyed very much.” De Waard Travels In Nine Countries Editor’s Note: Good fortune smiled this summer on a mem- ber of the Howe faculty who took a trip which would be the envy of millions. He is a 17-year-old senior with green eyes and dark brown hair. Last week it was discovered that a layer of cretaceous bed rock 200 feet below the ground had shifted and weakened the entire foundation.

Although he plans to become a Certified Public Accountant, he is uncertain about the col- lege he wants to attend. Duane Price and Norman Wilkens, shoulders erect, walk like West Pointers on parade because they have just pledged Sigma Nu at Butler University. The streak that just passed was Barbara Swengel, who has finished her orienta- tion activities at Hanover Col- lege. This is a full credit, two period subject which is offered only to seniors. Subscription rate, 50 cents per semester; 10 cents per copy. It was equally true when the northern boys sang ‘Yankee Doodle Dandy,’ the southerners would join the chorus. The Peters’ family likes golf, and Dave’s older brother, Don, is another one of Howe’s golf I players. Roy Horton and two civil engineers from Detroit, Mich, to work out the details.

) Showing the “green freshies” our exquisite swimming pools and elevators! But it occurred to me that just maybe there is a chance that there is something at How e — s o m e administrative policy, some phase of the ath- letic program, some school club, in which there is room for improvement in your opinion. She’s heading for Tacoma, Washington to join her airman second class hubby. There’s word to the effect that sweet little Janet Callon, ’51, is a junior this fall at I. Pupils Are Teachers Have you ever wanted to be a teacher ? He took them inside, talked to them, and shook their hands. Fuller considered this a really exciting experi- ence. Lernley had an opera- tion on Monday, September 21. Chief ingredient in winning a scholarship is not merely a good guidance program, however. This plan went into effect last spring, but many of us seem to have for- gotten about it over summer.At present the 40 rooms of this school are occupied by the fac- ulty consisting of five nuns, three priests, and three lay teachers, along with the begin- ning enrollment of 264 fresh- men. A new team has been added to this year’s football schedule. WOLMAN’S car- ries many brands, including the popular Helena Ruben- stein. But very few fans take time to see the Howe teams in ac- tion, even though there is no charge. Windows in the social studies rooms and all the other base- ment rooms are lower than the ones in the present building.The building was named as a memorial to Father Thomas Scecina, who died during World War II. Columbus, a long-time basket- ball foe, meets the Hornets Oc- tober 16 at the Tech field. Pierson, the reserve coach, whose job it is to pro- vide the coming varsity ma- terial, should have one of his usual good teams. JOHNSTON INSURANCE — IRVINGTON Howe's students represent the best in citizenship. welcom- ing party which was held in the gym September 17. Be seeing you after school at the fountain in WOLMAN’S for a coke or soda. Hornets Run Down Warren Ball Team Needs Batting Power Howe’s varsity baseball team will open their season Apr. Coach Pierson has been work- ing out with the boys off and on after school for the past month, but as yet he isn’t too satisfied with their perform- ance. They will let in more light, and visibility will be very much improved. Stahly, instructor of English, visited Bermuda, and Custodian Elmer Summit, while visiting Texas, went South of the Border. When the night of the a- wards banquet arrived, the diligent work of Howe’s repre- sentatives was rewarded. Liz and Marcia took second place in the first division for their layout dummy of the Hill- topper. Our veteran faculty and upperclassmen, viewing the exodus, wave and form with dry lips a sincere “good- bye and best of luck” as we watch the departing group. Clayton, who will find the serenity of retirement a welcome com trast to a multitude of irksome changes in study slips' Also in this passing parade we see the capable Mrs. To be happy at Howe, you should join in the extra- curricular activities. If you’re good at sports, don’t hesitate to try out for that sport. “The Athletic Department and the football squad wish to express their gratitude to Mr. He has sold many of the ads to Irvington merchants and has done editing, proofreading, and various other jobs in connec- tion with the programs to make them a success.” Most Howeites already know Mr. Navy took up up all of his time during this intervening period. Apple went to night school at Manual and then posted a semester at Howe. He has coach- ed at Park School, Rensselaer, Charlottesville, Fairmount, Hammond Tech, and Lebanon. Lewis Gilfoy, whom he replaces, is now Vice-Principal of the Harry Wood School. Snails (ugh), onion soup, and Normandy sausage are some of the foods that Miss Mc Whir sampled in Paris. We're ushering in the fall season with some sharp new suits and sport coats featuring one-button rolls, two button ventrals, and three buttons with flap pockets. It will be connected and ready for use when the new addition is completed in Sep- tember, 1954. Tom Litteral, Home Room 17E, has been elected The Teacher of the Year. R., Larry Peyton and Phil Mattingly, both of Home Room 17F, have been offered parts in this summer’s pres- entation of “Desert Song”! Flowers add that fresh touch that makes you look your best. The Instituters attended the University’s pre- sentation of “Blossom Time” and spent a full day at Brown County State Park after which they watched “Three Men On a Horse” at the Nashville Summer Playhouse. Meanwhile, to our departing teachers and retiring administrator, our mes- sage of best wishes hardly can be phrased without a feel- ing of deepest emotion. Just that much will keep you in step with the rest of your class. Apple has contributed much of his time to make the programs possible. Apple claims to be the only student ever called out of Latin class because his wife was going to have a baby! (Continued from Page One) fort High School and Purdue basketball star. Everything from the sewers to the Eiffel Tower came in for its share of attention during the visit. A public address system was also installed during the sum- mer. With Cliff (Bubby) Oilar and Armand Roach leading the way, the Hornets unleashed a pow- erful ground attack that out- distanced Tech’s by 85 yards. But the Greenclads recoiled from an 6-13 halftime deficit, brought its experienced back- field into action, wrapped the game up in a last-half come- back to upset the Hornets 19- i3. Tech had differ- ent ideas, however, and they held us long enough to assure themselves of final victory. After two long months of anxious waiting, Barbara Jones, Home Room 17E, has her new false teeth. All you gals will want to wear some flowers to accent your new spring finery.

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