Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Interpretive dancing class and other ways for Madison Central High School girls to earn an "M" in 1928


Let's stop looking at the Class of 1969 for a few days. Instead, click HERE to visit the Madison Central High School history blog and have a look at a post about the various ways Central girls could earn an athletic letter in 1928. Sports included basketball and baseball, but also included activities such as the interpretive dancing class shown in this photo from the 1928 Tychoberahn.

2 comments:

D Strand said...

Could you get credit by doing a field trip to Rusty's or the Bunny Hop??

Nadine said...

I doubt it. You had to be 18 to visit those places, which weren't even around in 1928 anyway. But since you're being so provocative, I've written a new post on this subject. Comment away...