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About The amplifier. (West Linn, Oregon) 1921-current | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1924)
Junior Class Number
U. H. S. AMPLIFIER
Published by the Students of Union High School.
WEST LINN, OREGON,
UNION HIGH ORATOR
WINS ZONE CONTEST
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1924
Basketball Letters Are
Seniors Look Forward to
Commencement Exercises Awarded By Mr. Jackson
I The grades of all the members of In the assembly April 16, basketball
the Senior class have been averaged letters were awarded ..to the ;follow-
and Mary Zaniker hhs been determin- ijigvboÿs: Garnie Cranpr, captain and
Bruce Willson, Jesse Mootry
Led valedictorian for 1924.
Smith, forwards; and Her
Jack Hempstead Named by First Vote' Paulin’s average was second in order bert King and Marvin Hickman,
and therefore she received salutator-
Of Judges; Situation Now
ian honors. The other class members guards.
In presenting the. letters Mr. Jack-
who received honors are: Dehnis
said he had never enjoyed work
Kidby, prophecy; Jack Hempstead, the
Jack Hempstead, U. H. S. senim^ de last will; and Ruth Lund, history; and ing with a group of boys so much aS
feated fifteen other contestants nn Evangeline Christiansen, class poet.
h© had with these. He stated also
Friday evening) April 11, and was
Because Evangeline made the state That the only black spot on the season
awarded $25 and the or a to rial cham ment that she was unable tb write was the last game with Oregon City
pionship of Clackamas county. Miss poetry, the class,, held a meeting and but the standard of all other games
was very high.
Essie Hendricksen of Molalla was elected Annette Adcock, class poet.
awarded second place in this contest.
The Seniors presented a stunt un
These students will recite
The zone oratorical contest was held class day exercises on Friday, :
der the direction of “Ben Black” (Earl
Schaubel) which consisted of several
in the Oregon /City high school audi in the auditorium.
torium on Friday, April 18JI City
The Baccalaureate address will be scenes from “Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” An
School Superintendent Kirk was chair- j delivered .on Sunday, May 25, and the auction sale was conducted with a
man. The entrants in this] contest Commencement, exercises are to be number of mondescript articles collect
ed about the building. After the mon
represented four counties: Clackamas given on Thursday, May 29.
ey was collected the Seniors thanked
Yamhill, (Washington and Multnomah.
the student body for supporting their
The judges few this contest were: Seniors to Give 3-Act
candidate for thé beauty contest.
Senator F. J. Tooze and Judge J. U.
Comedy “Sunshine” May 2
Campbell of Clackamas County; John
C. Veach and Hugh Hume of Multno- The Senior play will be staged May |
riahcounty; Professor J. L. Shumaker
Eckman of Yamhill county; Walter Ben Hare, entitled “Sunshine.”
and Miss Blanch Langley and Attor The story centers around incidents
April 25, 1924, at 10: 30 a. m.
ney McAlear represented Washington taking place in a sanitarium and will Union High School
lead the audience a merry chase from
Song, “Star Spangled
The grading of the contestants fol- snappy farce to real drama. A great School; “Flag Salute,” School; Ad
foling the first decision of the judges character. part is taken by Marvin ores of Welcome, Marvin Hickman,
were: Jack Hempstead, Clackamas Hickman, as a popular baseball hero, ^President of U. H. S. S. B.; Piano
county, first; Frank Bouthillier, Wash who succeeds in. making a home run Solo, “Turkey in the Straw”, Dennis
ington county, second; James Havna- in moré ways than one. Mary Louisd Ridby; “The U. S. Constitution,” Jack
er„ Yamhill, third; and Betty Clark Merrick takes the part of the head Hempstead; Scotch Vocal Solo, “Its
I nurse of the sanitarium who is called nice to get up in the Mornih* ”, Dun-
After Mr. Eckman of McMinnville “Sunshine” because of her disposition., pan Christiansen; America’s Greatest
made the statement that he had mis-I Mildred Charles is a widow who ‘«eserve, The G. A. R., J. L. Gary;
understood the rules of the grading of' mourns the loss of her parrot, and comedy Duet, “It Ain’t a goin* rain no
the contestants, he wished to change I Amelia Paulin plays the part of a girl Mo’ ”, Roy Buckles and Earl Schaubel.
his decision. If this change is allow I with such exuberance of spirit that I Program by The Q. A. R. Veterans,
ed the grading of the contestants will I she keeps the audience on its mettle, ¡assisted by the W. R. C. Luncheon to
be: James Havnaer, first; Frank I Mr. Juba K. Butternip, played by John veterans and W. R. C. members.
Bouthillier, second; and Jack Hemp Moffat, is another interesting charact
stead and Betty Clark tied for third er.
Friday, April 11, Mr. Caufield from
Roderick Porter has been ejected t|ie Bank of Oregon City, gate a lec
The contest has been suggested that manager of the play. Mr. Davis will ture to the Economic classes, on the
^’Federal Banking System.”
it is “carried through,” will be held in be stage manager.
a neutral county with neutral judges.
(Continued cm page four)
Examinations All Over
Weeks come and go and whether
they’re long or short, good or bad,
every time six of them have passed,
exams roll around. Last week was
the sixth since the last time and ex
aminations began bright and early on
Thursday morning and ended at 2:40
Concert is on May 9
May 9 is the date of the Glee Club
concert this yean, Attendance at
practice has beer^ery regular during
the year and the concert promised to
be good. A h ” orchestra has bees en
gaged which will furnish good mhsic
also. Everyone should boost this com-
TWO MORE COUNTY
LEAGUE GAMES WO^
Union Nine Beats Estacada 9-1- ar-
Colton 12-5; Canby
A» H Av.
DeBok ______ ----- 6
Montgomery ....----- 9
Tuor ________ ___ „14 1 7
Cranor ----------___ J.2 1 6
McLarty ......... ....... 9 k4
Hickman ......... .___ 13
Mootry ............ .___ 10
Hempstead ...... ___ 4
Nixon .............. ___ 9
Ford ................ ___ 5
Moffat ....;........ ___ 12
Smi^h .............. .......
Wes6 Linn won its third league s
here Monday afternoon by easil?
feating Colton 12-5.
(Colton score one run in the;
inning .and West Linn made two.;
vli -.vect " jlji T iji
lead! Ford opened on dae mound
pitched until the seventh, in
seventh Porter took Ford’s place,
then Nixon was substituted for T
er. Nixon pitched for the rest of*
game and did not allow Coltori
Union meets Canby Friday, 7
25 at Canby, for the fourth lei
game. Canby defeated Oregon i
recently by a score of ..three to I
Hickman, If; Tuor, 3 b; Mootry*^
Montgomery, if) Moffatt, cf; C m B
lb; DeBok, 2b; Ford, p; Nixon,
On April 11th, West Linn’s baseb/!
nine swung into action in the seventh
inning of the home game with Esta
cada, scoring eight runs and turning
in a nine-to-one victory. This is the
(Continued on page jfour)
Noted Missionary Speaks
Sophomore Class Candidate Wins
Monday morning, April 14, ^.rthui
‘L. Beckendori, missionary recently re
turned from the Phillipine Islands,
Green and Gold Beauty Contest gave
an unusually interesting talk to
The |>eauty contest conducted by the
Senioi|| Annual staff during the last
two weks; closed Friday noon, April
18. TJie contest caused considerable
excitement around the school. First
ope class and then another was in the
lead hut the Spphomores did gome
snappy work Friday morning^ and'
came, through With the largest total
nuinb^h. of votes, 965. The Seniors
were Second with 698 votes, the Jun-
iors-third with 436 and t^e Freshmen
■^t^wlth 388. This added a total of
to the funds for the annual.
the students. He s^id that the Fil
ipino people were very intelligent and
made fíne students bufe, were not all
practical. “They have not learned the-
iHea of service,” he said. He~T^d o
the wonderful advancement of th<\jj
landsaunder the control of the Unitfi
States? The death rate has been
greátly’teduced through té^chin® sani
tary ways of living. A fine school
tern has been* established and many
other things have been done whidB
greatly improved conditions brought
on by the Spanish rule. He read a few
sentences from a letter which he had
received from a boy just graduated
from high school in th^islanda