Arkansas Tech University - Agricola Yearbook (Russellville, AR)

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X Vuwb, 5 , A, , ,, . -A -.-12 M , ,.-.aZ:v,q,v,.,. The Arkoo-Agricm Literary Sooielg From time to time, in years past, there have been societies formed in Olll' College to struggle only awhile and then die. Such was the ease in 1920 when the Lee Debating Club was organized. It was the only society and, as a result of no competition, it lived 1ts time in two years. In 1922 there was practically no society in the school. At this time, two spirited young men decided that if our institution was to develop as it should there must be literary societies. As a result they announced their intentions of organizing two societies and asked for followers. Thus it came to pass that the Arkeo-Agrian Society was founded under the able leadership of Ellis Lauhon, better known as "Rip," Of course Ellis was unanimously elected its first president. A constitution was formed, and the organization began a rapid growth that has lasted throughout its four years of existence. This year has prob- ably been the most successful one of all. Ullieers are elected each term and it has been, at all times, under the leadership of earnest and capable students. A real live interest has been manifested among the society members, and every one has done his part to make the organization what it should be. Membership is at this time greater than ever before. VVC hope that the good work will be continued from year to year and that the Arkco-Agrian Society will exist as long as there is an institution here. ina? sf .Q o .. Q? .....e J ,.,"'l E ' 1 v M - I" V F + tk or K' j 9Zzwff1f"i2f5 ' ' --:""'I ' ' ' l .1 f .es"" ' 1'rlff1ImWfllIIl' llllli - g -- f mnlnnmm lII1....... ,mluu1IIIm..... ..., ,mf1g,,,,, m,,IllllNlummIIgl llllllgglmlnlllhggyflhf-5 n'.N,Z:.,:14,:-jig 'llgfil L , bu ' -' f ,., , V. L " '3'i':Ngf':jI 1, FM :-:Q ' l . ,,a.f:. . .. ,... ...fawn...+M...t1tr.mfmtfszl4:'.f., is 1 - Periclecrn Litercrrg Socieig Of the many organizations that have contributed to the success and glory of the Arkansas Polytechnic College the Pericleans rank with the foremost. By competent leadership and loyal co-operation, splendid success has been achieved. The object of this organization is to train students to become better speakers and more eflicient leaders in public life. In student organizations of this kind leaders are constantly being devel- oped. It is hoped that in the future Arkansas will not lack in competent community leadership. The Pericleans are slowly gaining a strong foothold in our college. They have been instrumental in fostering a better understanding and acquaintance- ship among both faculty and students. They have sponsored various social functions throughout the year, thus creating a better social atmosphere. The Pericleans stand for well developed physical, mental, and spiritual manhood and wo1nanhood, better contentment, and increased love and loyalty for dear old A. P. C. ' ' --NV. J. B. 2 45' Q. t'iasa 3 'W ' 513 KN jlzinw'-,Zag It ts- g: gg .Q ,,X.N,llr.IIulI1,tu....n.lIIllllI. t mm... ,. 4,..., . .. .... s lmum.,...,.. ..nlllllImamll1mllllIl1IflmUtn.,fz?l SQQYW- -- , in vi Y L ' Y 3.-. " 5 -V ' 1' :X y-7- -- "-.Ea fi3i'fh p3, v"" 59" 1 ll5 11'a2,aQ : .- v -r. ,: ztgt.sgL r.wg,1... tM1+.f.:z1uf:sc-f!'l?:1rmQAxezffmmlmnhltauL. is - f M 1 199--fn.-3.."Kf'a1aefianfmlftfisvtxw.t5'4's3i.a.stray:-.-f,.g:.aa1r::4lml:a.,-m 1-lit-..Msw1-iii.: l W 4 ig ' A f '7 ,ig V X l , ff- . , , f. 'V"'L1', A lttnu' X Q 3 "' ..--is-9 .n1,'S"'4HQ lm, Fjl' f ut I., X ,. ' l E I 1 Z ' ,f , ex ,X ,t taut, , M J ,, , , . be , f.,,'., .'V f f I' The Agricultural Club The purpose of the Agri Club is to bring together a group of young men students, interested in agriculture, for the discussion of agricultural topics and for pleasant social fellowship. It realizes that the student who comes to this college and takes advantage of the opportunities offered here will be ex- pected to assume a leading part in his community when he finishes his course. He will often be called upon to pass on to others the knowledge he acquired here. Very likely he will become a member of one or more organizations where a knowledge of parliamentary law is needed. He will want to pos- sess the knack of having a good time with his fellows. These are some of the future needs for which this club is preparing its members. Much of its success is due to its social nature. The programs are var- ied enough to make them interesting. Talks on agricultural subjects are sup- plemented by music, debates, demonstrations, jokes, poetry and stunts. At intervals during the year special'entertainments are arranged. Among the most successful this year were initiation programs once a month, "Dues Night Feeds" each term, a Weiner roast on Norristown Mountaing and an annual banquet with all the trimmings. -H. C. in nr? 1 V 1 24 ""' EG' -, x, 1 ,y fl X Q XL 'xt Y. KAI! 7:-..Q,vlm.'--1-'f .Q 2 EI ' -94a'..,',:f1qgof.i1ew timmy- x 7V, vlfsfnll ' ff Wm Illll Q., ,J W A 1 A R-:t,11Q4:!A illlillrlm malfmimnl Ilnl-...-.... linliulllnnm... ..,,. , ,.... 1, ulllfrmm .ulllllliilummilll Illlllilllmlllll . fi ..-gffT?Qfg "HT 91,51 ' ,, " " -1, -X1 -W-f -- " ' 'Ei3'gQ'3?" 1fi L LL '15 , 4 M , ,,!5,,L ni.a451+3fs-nu:4s1?:v.aa2efxlsflvlmateirzm,ima z., A ' , X. A l -M'WH?Zi2HMMmifirf-woiiiizfiflrm-fifzistl'J-.mx-5'.i'4fJez5K:f-ami?Ea1ff55iH2552Lw.lL'x.e' Science Club . 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Hfaff Science Club In September, 1922, the boys of the Aggie school las it was then known? who were interested in science inet to perfect an organization to be com- posed entirely of boys with the aim of fostering and encouraging scientific investigation and chemical research. Mr. Stevenson was instrumental in getting the boys together, and he explained the importance of such an organ- ization. An enthusiastic response on the part of those present resulted in the election of officers. A constitution was drawn up and adopted, and the work progressed splendidly the first year. Each successive year has witnessed the growth of the Science Club and the good results derived from it. The members have profited by the weekly meetings more than can be estimated. In the latter part of '23 girls were admitted to the club, as it was thought unfair for the boys to get all the benefit of such an organization. The girls now have the same rights and privileges as the boys, in that they may hold office, serve on committees, and work for the club in general. Now the club has a limited membership as it is quality and not quantity that is desired. There are three instructors and two assistant instructors in this field now where there was only one in the beginning. The annual fall and spring affairs of the Science Club are looked for- ward to as red letter days in the events of the club. These social events mean more than merely breaking the monotony of the everyday programs given. They give each member an opportunity to express his or her per- sonality and leadership. There are many of Tech's foremost leaders to be found in this organization. All the members work together for the benefit of the club and not for the personal praise that may be gained. --I. J. Debating Club The debating club was organized during the school year 1924-25 under the supervision of Dean G. R. Turrentine. Since that time it has proved to be one of the best clubs on the campus, and its success has been a credit and inspiration to its organizers and charter members. The club has for its aim, training in the art of forceful public speaking, and the instilling of that art in each and every member as a factor of his college education. It has been said that you may judge a woodman by his chips. Likewise, you may judge the debating club by its speakers. If the future may be judged on the merits of the past, it is obvious that the Debating Club in the future will continue to be a credit to its organizers and society life on the campus. -J. XV. B. 'Ez YJ? sl J 1 5 J "' eg v:.. Iii ' , .. ' j aigfg ' I1 0 X I f .. " A , NLM , ff I I u"' 'X A ',,4i5?.,,..1,'.wbW 9 "IW ' - X 'll' 'f 'Z' I QS I" :EU , U ? lY Yyr FK 1 4 -4 YZ 4,1-H " g, 1 1 yum v.,.... .,, mn . f ii-tae! 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These boys who have selected the Y. M. C. A. as their major interest and emphasis. have joined themselves with a band of Christian men, who unsellishly give their service to their school and fellow students. iffy' 4 .1 I T o 'fodaw-A . 1 1- fgifeg- I F N f ,I A A f f ' IINI - I W , 1 , I J1wun:lln'nmrlffnlllmlhlnmlgdlfqlmlIflduljlllumlulll Conienfs CAMPUS SCENES FACULTY CLASSES PUBLICATIONS ORGANIZATIONS MUSIC BEAUTIES I MILITARY ATHLETICS ' JOKES AND ADS , 2 Q ,' xg-I ff Q ,I 6 ' 'f ,L 'A I . - f 1 I A I ,I-' f NCPSQ f' N- YTEC- S W ff 'ww X' 90" '14, i f' NW , ' . 'N Q lo f " X' 1 Vx e"o if '+C -- M' ,273 I 51 X' ' X 0, 3' QA S ifrffgl .::.:f:I1. .1 XLX5 M T X 5 NW 5 90 iggiggfsiff' W A' was -f" 'I ia " W" V ' J 9 'XL j Q"'37ll l' l I u , 2 ml flQ"1li7" mulnnnllllllm.........1IllHll -f f.... to ,Ag llll lmm ..lIllHlilluumIIIIIlllll ln-,U,l.,.p4S:-1 : 1-l ,qu Nw . '1',- .e . -gr. 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Perhaps the organization was more imperfect during the past years than it is nowg perhaps many of those imperfections still remaing Kas with any human institutionl but an organization that can stand for so much that is fine and true, and in many senses prophetic of things to be, cannot but be one of the greatest forces in the upholding of Christianity, promoting the under- standing between one student and another and, in short, bettering our whole college life. E215 1323 rv" 4 as , ts ' ff Z A V .. wa .. , f. te ,H sz ,A vntnla 4' M IT - ' f .- '.Q,- H2 , -UV X . Xir , I lg - ' f - . 11,9 Q55-,mfgR'jlfllldmmuluiuiulllllllllllllnulllllgimm fu lllllllllnm. 4 ..... .. 4- ulllmlillnlll. mnllm .i."-Nxwffj-f,4'5: :ut . ,- ,. X. - -- I --1 ??g j ,' qik l 1 gif: qs-3 - ,x d lqliftn- ::f1:g,1.., .L Ml ' L- f. lg. 'W 1. , .Q ,, MTU Association The association for letter men of Arkansas Tech was organized in the fall of ,23. There had been a missing link in the athletic activities of the college for several yearsg the "Au association supplied this deficiency. The organiza- tion served under its original name. The "A Association," until last fall. Then the letter "T" was substituted for "A", subsequent to the change in the name of the college. The association has a written constitution by which all its proceedings are directed. This constitution is preserved in the secretary's office and is available on short notice. The requirements for letters are prescribed in this constitution. Not even the coaches have power to confer a letter of athletic recognition upon athletes. A Only letter men are members of the "TU association. The organization has a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and sergeant-at-arms. These officers are elected for a term of twelve months each. W ' Thelassociation has a regular meeting the first Monday evening of each month and call meetings when conditions that require immediate atten- tion arise. g This association: of athletes has been instrumental in creating a spirit of equality and brotherhood among the students of Arkansas Tech. The yellow and green athletic blankets are the property of the organiza- tion. A meniber is given one of these blankets upon graduation. The blank- ets ape a'feW".!of many prized awards obtained by a winning spirit and con- sist-erit effort. Thus far the "T" Association has enjoyed a very active and successful career. It is held in high esteem by the student body at large and may this spirit be maintained forever. if!! L H z +4 fi . K , U! 'PZfaf1ff""ifZ?Z 'L nz mm n y,fg.3,Sk . 'MQW' Zyl 7 SL . my N g -- . 4 ff Q Im!IIIIHfIIHmu.uIIIm'IIuIH Ilir... ,Jnlluulnm ,. 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Q 7 'Z PA e .. D- , iiuilnu uiiiii l. . .D Ill In , ,,.. .. .... 5 , ...,..,w.... ullllnlmm, I lllllililllluuelllll llliillll miilufp ini, g . 5 E' - - - illfixiizz Viy: -y li 'Ethyl' 'mn f v, 9 , S ' j t ,.'. , 1 x Ghz A mcnla 'im , f Q 4 is .,.. Q nlllllllll II Ill lllli'..... --. In II .... -- if - .I ' - ff- '- --1' ""--- fel ' 1-11,5 X 44 D W f -I 'K 7' X 7 5 Y I ev 'IH xwm,p,fg,,,r'1e,"'v1. H" ,lil ,, -1- - .,- Q I ln-' U 1 ' - 1, - Y' -.G 1-1'-1-1:-1-: ,-.. 1!" ""r". If 14' .. 2 l - -, -- -+f41f'ra?.EWrf"aw.1e.fae.sf.nwffe .H+ firm:.ftfffgrtleai.Hf'am5fzf:?fll9l4LvMi' Drunzafic Club Grace of body and fluency in conversation are desired by all girls. A girl without poise, which means a perfect ease and grace and ability to master a rather embarrassing or difficult situation, feels keenly her position in any crowd, especially in a group of wide-awake college students. The time has come when girls and women are looked upon as the intellectual, so- cial and political equal of men, and thus must be prepared in this progressive twentieth century of ours to shoulder respon- sibility, to take hold of a serious problem, and by their woman- ly intuition, knowledge and judgment solve it in such a way that they will be stamped as leaders. On December the third. nineteen hundred twenty-two, the girls of the Aggie School las it was then known? who were in- terested in expression and physicial culture met to perfect an organization to be composed entirely of girls with the aim of learning how to appear more at ease before the public. Miss Nora Brown was instrumental in getting the girls together, and she explained the importance of an organization of this kind. An enthusiastic response on the part of those present Was the result, and othcers were immediately elected. Fortunately these officers were live. wide-awake girls, leaders among the students and soon let all know that the livest organization in school was the Dramatic Club. A constitution was adopted, and work progressed wonderfully well this first year. Each year has seen the growth of the Dramatic Club and the good results on the girls who were members. They have profited from the Tuesday afternoon programs by learning more about parliamentary practice, by contributing something for the mental edification of those present, and by attaining an assurance that probably would not have been gained any other way. The annual fall and Valentine affairs of the Dramatic Club are harked as red-letter days in the social calendar of Arkan- sas Tech. These events mean more than merely a break in the humdrum life of the class-room, because they are stepping- stones in aiding a girl to surmount social obstacles. She makes a social success of these events and has thus gone on the road to the perfection she wishes to attain. Thelworth-while leaders among Arkansas Tech girls are found in the Dramatiic Club and after all, it is results that count and receive the final recognition. I ' S 4? 'HnffffEiffffE:f:5fEfEEE555E5fEEfE:'i:ifffS::liW Z-'IEE 5: ffifii ft gf? 1ff5iffifiEi1w"" Q? .... Q 1 " 5 ...,. ,. J f -f T T . tl - s y X' ' 'M ' , 4' n1"'2w1" g 2 ft---"" x 2 VIUU EI v r se'-A-'fe 6 . ,gli ff 1 -' , , ' , X X J, ' .- ff 1' is .,,-g . 5 1 f of .T Illlilimrliminllm:lnnlllliillifi..-.... -TThlxlIIIIln..... .. ..... -g illliiii nn .illlliil uumllll lIlill,lIIHli!',Ilv .... Q NH. -T 1- " -' ' 1. 1 - --- 'i' ' :i4TvE 1' - T nrgygf-:Q-t- - T1- . 71v1sg', W.:g,r., ,-,"'i'lf 4 Q 5 1. JPW'EYE.T1'W'52rif.+EWIPtitsm-E1,512415423!2f::f.2m.5?.:.1?1'ar..:1nw..:Mrk mm.-.1. 13 COLLEGE DOMESTIC ART Donzestic Ari' The time has passed when horse work is considered menial. In order that the house-wife may be more than a "drudge and a slave" she must pos- sess a special knowledge which requires special education in addition to ex- perience. Taber has well said that "Home making involves far more than a knowledge of material valuesf, Yet with such equipment any woman's success as a home maker is more nearly assured. It is the purpose of the Domestic Art Department not only to teach the student how to sew, but also to become a useful member of the home and comniunity of which she is a member. The courses in clothing include a wise choice of materials and designs for appropriate occasions as well as the hygienic aspects of dress. The se- lection, purchase and use of ready made commodities is studied, as well as the care, upkeep and repair of clothing, and household furnishings. The study of textiles includes a study of the comparative value of the four chief fibers and the types of material made from them. A course in home furnishings gives instruction in the best way of decorating and beau- tifying the home. in J e Qgiv :fir kQgILQ f nm' ,Hama Q S Lp ,Q glg uuluimlllll .. ..lI um.: If flIIII1l u I1IIIIH H '. -' -' ,- . : , - ,- - H ' 'W - -- Tiifi 4 1 ., - AZ U 7: f 'w w - - ,XQQA -4 ,Q E wr Hxifn-' ,.,- LC f " ...M 0 N KK--Q ' Q f I -.JH ,.,.,' " 'I A fa . fl -.1-?"'1r XX fx is Q M ,c .r L ,?lH Z " rf '5 4 .. X ' K ' ' 2 f ' ' ' , ' I K I, . A . ,lf .E ' I uulll IIII I ulmm -1 I llnm M my mm, mn , I f -.ff f' 4 J r N N X' fl' 'Y 1, ,y V F. X 1 f -J I J g- N .4 W f 'F 1 DOMESTIC ART 3 DOMESTIC ART 2 2 4? af '---f- Q2ESEf1?5?gEE -fE3' f3l5 4'Q. I 3 J v I K ' ESX I of- V , , 1 -cw I xg WW I Pg, ,Q,Q,mxIIUl! V V 'l',fE1 , I P'i'.xJf1JV 'X 9 A ID ' I 'C C' "' ' ,iff ' ruff' 443:31 f3,?,ff-,M x .JW-51,4 -. ' mg :Q ,Y,, ,KX QQ ,Y if f' ' ' ff, fffff ,vig WWF? A lm! ' I UI' 1747 S4231 1' E I I 'YW I ,YQ -, -. X -I I lmlllmlllll vw I - II lllmu. ..... 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AMW 4 The College Fctrnz The college farm is composed of 700 acres and is in three divisions. The farm located at the college contains 320 acres, which is devoted to the raising of live stock. The "new farm." as it is known to the students, is located one mile north of the college on the Jefferson Highway. The soil is of bottom and sc-cond bottom types, suitable for general farming. The orchard of 80 acres on Norristown Mountain, four miles out of Russellville, comprises the third division and is wonderfully adapted to fruit growing. due to the fact that the soil is a sandy loam with a clay subsoil. The farms are used for demonstration purposes and as a laboratory for agronomy, animal husbandry, dairying and hor- 2511.9 I 5 'H s'2sss ': NJ' ' '4 N ,I V ..--r, fffS"27w' ,r ggflgi,-' k 2 K f VIIUMQQI' . .o , . ,, In N e S e- 4 , - S - 4 1 ,ff 11 Q- IInAIMIlllllll...f,..U1....lIll Ilih....... Q A. e - lmmm.. .11IIl.lf.1luw..lnlllmsllllllllnmllm -'A P 295 li 11 -' 'A -s.e W- -f S 2 is 1 W5 war m .. .r hmzs ffmu ,fQi?ik?Zfrf1Ffi?f'ff L'n.yE'eJ55J1ls4:lh?l1nEiPfMLELH:MMtmffhlfku -21, ' f C -J"4-Inu,-fn.."l"w1e4f'-w,nmr'lc'shams...:'4'z-!i.:.A1!'S1r:f.-Jm:.a11!1:-amlzmm .-,.z.-.:P9ar:1-41.13 Alma Maier Of all the schools I love the best. Tech School, my Tech School: To thee Illl cling and stand the test, Tech School. mu Tech School. With friendship, loyalty, and cheer, I'll serve my brothers far and near, And hold thy precepts ever dear, Alma Mater, Tech School. So louder now 1ve'll swell the strain. Tech School, my Tech School: Inspire our hearts thy heights to gain, Tech School, my Tech School. Let tr11th and honor be our goal. Eralt the life, make sweet the soul, While thousands sing from pole to pole, Alma Mater, Tech School. --Adapted. L ,J 1 x Q --.... '11 so k j 9 P4222 ' rl gk , 1' W 9 - 1 i , ' xqwivv I I ,, '11 , XS Ghz Agvzcnla 2, pg, 545 U 'Si i . -, V . " 'Z 1 X II il Il 1 llilllllmuiiiir-.m.. ' -ef llllim un .lim vlluuxllil lililitli lwxlln-,f,wQ?gW -X- R 't i' ' 1 J ,JL E - f- a 41 ' 1 ? is 5 L ' I I In - - J, L Y -- anrfg'--3 -Flypg.-,,g. , 773:-. I.'-- I-4, -. ..h7m. .rF'r.".:', u-9143. wr-zM1's.4w4fM:aaxe1tsf21nM2G?fi1 gg 5 i9f"v-:Ef:.:.T' 1.m:f'lr'a..am4..1u:'Ci.z!:'f.::fs-atf.:.1rE:-r.1 1'-W UA f lui ticulture. The demonstrations are not only for the benefit of the students but for the farmers of Arkansas as well. Under the direction of J. S. McBee, agronomist, the farms are the greatest agency in the promotion of better farming methods. Soil improvement, selection of varieties of different field crops, and cultivation methods are emphasized. Much ex- periment and demonstration work is done to determine the desirability of new crops not grown locally. Some parts of the farms are susceptible to erosion, and to overcome this waste of soil, terraces have been built to pre- vent soil washing. Another practical step in soil building is crop rotation. Crops of the same nature are never planted on the same land twice in succession. Cover crops are planted to prevent soil erosion, as well as to provide humus. To secure the highest yield possible it is necessary to choose the best varieties or those that are adapted to the soil on which they are to be grown. If after he first year, varie- ties fail to meet the approval of the agronomist they arc dis- carded. ' The cultivation methods in practice on the farms are modern in ever respect. They are not only modern but have proved best for this section of the state, and many farmers have increased their production by employing the methods used on the farms. ' The farmers of the state save much time and money due to the fact that the results of experiments can be published and distributed among them. In addition "Farmers' Day" is held annually, when the farmers have a chance to observe the work being done. 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Mu-fx '1 Nlusio Depctrtnzeni Music is an art of such an unusual nature that when we assert that every man should study music. we know that there will be some who will not grasp the reason of such a positive and far-reaching statement. No one who has not studied music is in a position to appreciate its manifold advantages. The boy who has the advantage of studying music and art is better fitted for future life, even in other professions and in business. It may very definitely contribute to his success by giving him vision and daily inspiration to raise his soul to higher levels of human experience and accomplishment. The intellectual discipline of music is enormous. The mental drill can hardly be compared to mathematics, except that it is a most logi- cal and orderly art. It is inconceivable that the training that puts the human mind through a great number of beautiful melodic and harmonic patterns, all gracefully and often powerfully designed with marvelous symmetry and balance, can fail to be of great benefit to the student, particularly in the formative years. This may be difficult for the busi- ness man to understand. Other countries have produced, and are giving, the world more composers, more originality in composition, but are they doing more to keep the spirit of music alive among the people? Have we not be- come a nation of "music absorbers?" We are furnishing audiences- appreciative audiences-to the musical interpreters of the world. Does not this signify a "Musical America?" We have an accredited course in our institution. Thoughtful in- structors have striven to make the study of music a pleasure to the student, and to cultivate the capacity for musical thinking and hearing. As the needs of each individual differ, so the work is planned to meet those needs. The contributions which our students make to the churches and other organizations of Russellville are gladly rendered. The students of our music department are taught that "He who is greatest is he who serves, and serves gladly. willingly, and unselfishlyf' 'Q -A:::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::za:21 'ff22szazz1""21'2f2-22-EEEEEI 2 -fif ':-sr JETS? .-l:' i ,,.t , ,R V 1, s V w 9 N Gifgyfjfg N22- W' 41 ' , 1 .A Q f , . Qfljm my mjgmfpim if vt ffiiff A if-E' 'sg' - A , 'X-!""SQ 2 fi W if-1 , f- ,, ,, 9 3 7 ' -f'?5,f".""f ff .9 ggfwfgx mlml!llHliL..m........Ill mb H i, L' I A+- ig-v LM, ,wffw-.ag ., bf , ?,.fr5:f14w 4 ., 5, f Ryy J . 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Mifiogs Glee Club FIRST TENOR-Kaspar Skinner, Arvle Bennett, How- ard Burton. SECOND TENOR-Junius Ward, Verner Hatchet, Rich- ard DuVal1. FIRST BASS-Dallas Powers, Dwight Stroupe, Otis Stephens. SECOND BASS-Chas. B. Clement, Roy Taylor, Horace Ashcraft. S JY - 53:5 ,O S r ll 1 Qin: nliimllflnfm. ...MIIIHH I .:.... .llIIIluuu.,..nl1l Illllllll uqu pf , I a k g E112 Agvnzngf A -' ' f T - .. ' 'An A-.077 if-Wig -,-- 5, K ,mmf X , , lx I ' 'IJ I g 41, if Z ' nf ,I gl' Ill I1 1.-In IJ lun n .1 u - , X L, 'F- X , f b , ,, T " i f 1 ' - 'w a,r:f,.--f.f. .-L- 5711.6 V .: --4-111:-1753, .fra-ran...-ff4f-.Q KnM'r?.f.f5:1zS'!74.?1Ki 'teL!eA4mi5f,lJk-if'2'1AZTz4 .gsm X 14- 3'.va.-ri.'iTaa1Eef'L1en:T?ffr1-fA+TB?14:1..f:'4t44tfa.i!?41rx1-2'v.s:f.a3121:4aiL5l:1.z:"iH'e,L-Xmzadl.am Double uclrief , 10: F3 S1 .ff I rp ,. 61 Ti -Q 'T nr' 3'I's1 ' 'fl Clement, Bennett, VVebb, Stanford, Liles, Skinner, Powers. Martin. 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WEP L Es, fe.. 1 ill ' ' . ,-, ' 1 , , , -L ,.g M,-T, A A - i 1: : 5 .1 il1"" -. ... ,.,,, HTS . ,, Vi ' M .J it A- 7' - " " 'ft 11 "1 I. ff: . eff V , 'J e't"' ' - ' if ' 2' f ' "ff fi? -.A 'WT' gl.-, TW 7 ' .' 7- 1 f . 'xg V4..3'5 9" 'p I .Av 1' .h 'K L" ' 'vi V' :X .j"' gl ' fl--P? S 1 , ir 1 1 '53 7-ff it at 'L gt. g l , -V Q ' ' Y, ' ' v 'j'.:, Batterg "Dv 206111 Coast Artillerg QAAQ Arkansas National Guard Capt. John G. Buerkle, Battery Commander. First Lieut. William W. Smith, Executive Oificer. Second Lieut. John E. Tucker, Range Oflicer. First Sergt. Charles B. Smith. Battery "D" was organized October 24, 1923, and has made an enviable record at home and at the summer encampment, Fort Sill, Oklahoma. In 1923 and 1924 Battery "D" had the highest percentage of attendance at armory drills of any other organization in the United States. and has con- sistently maintained this high standing to the present time. At all three of the past annual armory inspection the Battery has received the highest rating that is given, and upon all past visits of inspecting otlicers of property the equipment has been found in excellent condition. In 1924 at the first encampment of the 206th, Coast Artillery, Battery HDD attracted much atten- tion by going about it duties in a soldierly mannei-4 and with a sense of loy- alty to those in command. As a result it received a high rating for working efliciency, soldierly appearance, and sanitary standards. The battery was represented at Camp Perry, Ohio, when Arkansas' rifle team went there to compete with other squads of guardsmen from the var- ious states of the United States. The team acquitted itself creditably. J if -J J I 1 -13155 ,.,,..,,,,,,., ,. ....,... -.,,----.-- ,......... ..,....... . ef iiiiii ,. 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The battery has developed with rapid strides and now ranks high in efficiency. Battery "F" attended the summer encampment in 1925 at Fort Sill, Okla- homa, and made a remarkble showing in military tactics. It performed its duties well on the field and in camp. It received the highest number of points for sanitation of any battery in the regiment, and was awarded a sil- ver loving cup. The award that is given annually to the battery with the best track and field team also won by the battery. A keen sense of re- sponsibility, and respect for those in command, added to the organization's excellent armory drill attendance record, has elicited high commendation from the Adjutant General. A Battery "F" is a machine gun battery and is a unit of the 2nd Battalion of the 206th Coast Artillery. l 'Eff' J 2'.""',!!' X 'if VI -A t i it ,X a lp. , X uw' -4 99- . j-31.9 L gf Q 2 v wg! . an fillllll' mt - g - .N illllllllm unlnn-llull llIII1.......'mhllllllllnm.. ,..,. . ' leg ,.,, , llllfflnu .nlllfllltluwmllll llllIlIlIMHlllu5Q4fQf te-'tr- T" ,D 2 1 A -r-':.-.. ,. :V n- fx -E ie ,125 'W ff Jw The Military Department Through the efforts of the State Adjutant the War Department gave Arkansas the power to organize the 206th, Coast Artillery. State in- stitutions were granted the privilege of forming what is known as school units. Arkansas Polytechnic College has two such units, which com- prize the military department. The batteries are fully equipped. Battery "F" being a machine gun unit has for its equipment six machine guns, and the necessary signaling apparatusg also it has four trucks with cargo bodies. Battery "D" isequipped with a 75mm. Anti-aircraft gun, two quad trucks with ammunition bodies, and a complete set of range instruments together with all the necessary field problem apparatus. It is also equipped with an up-to-date set of signaling instruments and instruments for computing data on field problems and trial shot problems. The aim of the military department is to make better the mental, physical, and moral abilities of its personnel, thereby fitting them for citizenship. There is a need of better trained men, and the depart- ment is helping supply this need by turning out men who have a better organized way of doing things. The physical training received here is probably not excelled. Cal- isthenics is the most systematic way of taking exercise. There is more coordination between the body and mind when such exercise is taken, therefore the physical development received is of great value to the student who takes part in military activities. Loyalty and obedience to those in authority are the watehwords of our country, and nowhere is there more strict adherence to these obligations than in a military body. The first lesson a soldier learns is respect for those in command, and he does not soon forget it. The department furnishes pecuniary inducements in that each member of its organizations receives drill pay from the government. Each member is paid quarterly according to his rank. This helps in a material way to further the cause of educationg for without the armory drill pay there would be those who couldtnot remain in school. The payroll brings in quarterly more money than do all other student aid funds. The duties performed in this department bring to bear on each member responsibilities that cannot well be shirked, and therefore de- velop a sense of responsibility to a high degree. The rank of each guardsman signifies his duties which cannot he shirked without the sacrifice of that rating. Each individual fills a certain niche: and when he has taken advantage of the opportunities afforded him, he is better fitted to serve. 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Today they go to college, where, while quenching their thirst for ad- venture on the gridiron, track and diamond, they gain a priceless gift -an education. To hold a prominent place in athletics is the dream and aspiration of every red hlooded youth of today. The realization of those dreams, brings to a boy the most supremely happy period of his career. Caesar crossing the Rubican, felt the same exaltation as a college student of today feels when he charges into an opposing line with the old pig-skin clutched tight in his arms. Men are just as blood thirsty, just as pasionate for battle today as were our ancestors in the dawn of history. Today however the de- sire for physical encounter is modified somewhat. Instead of going out to clash hand to hand in a mad effort to exterminate the life of an adversary, today men go out to fight their way down the gridiron for a touchdown, or to batter down an opponent's outfield fence. The Duke of Wellington attained great prominence when he over came the powers of Napoleon at Waterloo. Later, he attributed his remarkable victory to the cricket fields of Eton, Harrow, and Rugby. Today the names of other men are going down in history. These men are receiving publicity and a prominence before which the name of the conqueror of Napoleon fades to insignificancc. Pavo Nurnii on the track, Babe Ruth on the diamond. and Red Grange of the Gridiron. are all prominent examples of what athletics, properly developed can do. The countless throngs of those who go through life physically, mentally, morally, and financially improved by the athletics in which they have taken part, all are examples of the great good that honest athletics can do. Athletics, then, may be said to be man's modern means of deter- mining physical supremecy. It is the ehild's dream, the young man's expression of physically superiority, the business man's hobby, and the average citizen's favorite means of recreation. It is a clean, natural method for liberating all that is best in physical possibilities, and as such it should be fostered in every public school in our land. To the memory of the athletes of former days, and to the hopes of the athletes yet to be, these pages are dedicated. -S. U. R. "'ff?2222I21125555555555EEE5SSEESESS'fEEEEEEEE1""t4'::EEEi.EEZit TIEJEEEEEEEEFU' ":I:53I?5'5l35i: eese Q-f f Y M FOOTBALL BASKET BALL BASEBALL TRACK N -- v"":'::f"Wfc -- ,h "w UG b ' ' " " ' B6 f 4 f. Qi! :- ?-55 23 was 4 ' .,VW'9" 4 X , X . j 'PZ52 f1"'7fiZ?Z , , N . Uqiu I 4. LN., "7 -if" f f 'X f -5 ir 3 g 65112 ,Agmtn fauuu- ml' -if ..-- ,, F, , ' f -dllplllelll 1m..mmu..nll IIul1.......m'nl.unm...,. ,... . nllrm...1. ,,,.lIIlIIllzIuw..lllI llllllllllml,Iu,.51.ssf f1'j'g'E31g wwf-CQN - ,, ff . x.f' 7 f O 1 - T' pm: - 1 '?i5 ggn':1'-:-- .N i ' Iul!4"- ' ZwR+1imnf4m?:vm2Mxar:msfnS'rm2!.22 .. :pw 4 F' i M E 5 V COACH TUCKER COACH BROWN S3515 I 7 ,, 4,15-5. u .ra +L X J 'Mika 'T--. fl 1 f. .. --Imllllllr. H itt, .lil .nl I 'u -llll Illllllrlllll-'!ImffJfvl'i .."i ee' ' e Y-W 4, .51 tg f .if : .1 , x ,,.'f' '- ff l I ,?".'k4,:YN',,: tl,...., S 2 msn it K 5 . ,R fag, 1 , ff f 1 Lg' f - f of - 'Q 1 i Y 7 -4- A - ' ' -:..V . . Lu X I1l'IIHlu.lllIIllIllI Hllruu u.. ll'Imnn um I l I , - Q f , ' K .Hu ' ,,,,,TI +1 " A , I -f , v "1-X .F '21-'29 " ' at 1' f- ht. 7.,4'fJ!lLl" 7S"'41' -ff' tt ' , ' - e 4 1 - -' isa ax: Eizflfkliiff- 1 , II, f-f- -Q ga-F i 1 The history of the XVonder Boys began November 21, 1919. On that date the Russellville Aggie Team defeated Jonesboro Aggies 14 to 0. Since that time the team has grown from one of secondary rating to one of the leading teams of this section. Its success may be attributed to excellent coaching, splendid material, and the loyal support of the student bodies and the citizens of Russellville. The desire of every student and sup- porter of the teams is that their enviable record may be main- tained throughout the coming years. V -Y,,.. - , - - r sy 'y' ' "l -5' 'A-5Zai d ire If I 5 .3 .- e e s Silllllllll ll. ll H",4 ?2Tgg fvg,...9' in .. .ll I:Hu . m m 1 .yu ,X , ,M .X ,- S 4-:.:,-if-9 iff-Zi ,l " ,- . .g l!42fZ--ZWEQ, :ff 4 51- ',fu'r,g, rw" .vw . Q 1 WW? 1' I Q . ' ' fin .. , A-11, Tv, ft5"in'l' . If fg , um' X f 3' -.-x . .,,.'l::-, Z, Q 'll' -X ' X v 1. f- 'wf 1 -' eff f 'f' -frm ll if g ll . ff ' - ' l lr mlllmlllll Ill .nn un 1 Illmlm in 1 I X yr " 5 04 j fl ,A 4- 1-' ' 'F ffse ' - 141 - ::f.f...,. ...fsw-'1--...v--- .cfruh-f"2.f.f-:'wf--..f ,""f-ff'f.?5-ni' lI:QR'rSkfxumif:!l.?iK-:heal-'rhhfumat-3i?lY:m2ii'r5ru .. 24. f 5-. M"-"4"'fiiiwlff'ff'ziif.:f'k1f1n:.f"t:'l4MiMwfiiittga,i!!'ylr.:f.-3'J!:Lm1?5QnM?iJ.i:ifl13!4Q5LvPt5r:c4.Q.m' 'Sf CAPT. C. B. SMITH, Right Guard. This was C. B's. third year in the lineup of our team. He displayed wonderful ability and sound judgment. As a for- nier letter man he met all expectations, playing his position as a veteran should. GUY CONLEY lPiggyD Quarterback. "Piggy" is an exceptionally brilliant player. and a splendid leader, also. His 70 yard run for a touchdown against Ouachita was one of the outstanding plays of the season. C. B. CLEMENT, CFoofs7 Left Guard. An all-state selection. Another former letter man who combines an enormous physique and mental ability. For him, "Stone walls do not a prison make." Captain elect. Tech .... .... 4 6 Rusk College, Rusk, Tex ..... 0 Tech . .... . ,... 17 Phillips U., Enid, Okla. ....... . 0 ffech ...... 0 Henderson-Brown ...,...,......, . 3 Tech ....... 17 Hendrix .. ..................... .. 7 Tech ...... .... 2 1 State Teachers ......,........ ., 0 Tech . .. ,.... 14 States Teachers, Okla. .,.... .. 7 Tech .... .... I 3 Ouachita .. .,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., H S Tech ... ..... 33 College ol' the Ozarks .... li Tech ..... ........ 1 3 Little Rock College .... ..... I S Total ...... .,.... 1 67 Total ...... ..,..,,,..,,. , ,, 37 lycra? W . ,, X i,ti,yg" . f 7 W. K M' "H" 'v'!j':"- 'Qi L' -.N " - , f. 1 -. - - , W3-1.-11,-, , ' e ..... Yzlfiwr-1Yvi 1 .., . +0 -' - '. N ff -v" ff fig Q l 1- A - 'fo a x 465112 msn at 11 an s 'fir ..-- ., i. ' - ,f x i-. yi llllllmliiliMilli.:ui..nliiiiH:fF.,.,,.., iihlllllllln... an1m..,.. .ifllllll uimllll llllllirlllllwulllfgi.. .. i 7 ' v- - " J " 4' , , wif, X A -F ggi' K 7 f f , nn, .fi ll ' U ff nhl: , lu, " 1 "' , 17 1 - -'+"fv sw .ft 1Hm:..f'e.ua: ' .K -..' . L . f ' Jimi.. f 1 2 as '-3.15 it., 1 -- M -...1::, 1 i ,ADDIS EVANS, Half Back. A second year man who was zu consistent ground gaincr, especially through the line. He plays for the love of the strug- gle. BHINKLEY BUSI-IMAIER, QBIISIID Full Back A new man who established a record as a hard hitting hack. ,Tis an inspiration to see him charge an opponent's line. ROBERT MOORE, 1130111 Left Half. "Bob" is a two year nian who has made a most dependable half back. His specialty is making touchdowns. 1 .ua luL..ef l in 1657 I if f 7 J cmd the Foolish Are Made Wise M vw + ss r t 2 1: .- 1 f . tx 'N .. , f. ww '3 iishfgtiv X ,A ,I " L4LQ",,..'11i.9u "L -f 'Q 4" I' 'Ji . ' 11 gf -- , ,- , '-' ' K Q, .1 ,-17' f 6 iiqqklf llllilllllmnmlunlllluIIllIHHlHlllw..m.. -uhlllllllll nm. .,., f llllifhlunlu. ..nIlHHI1llUlLul!lIIl 'Q --A N -li ff", , 5 + . f ' ' - S?'i'f5'i3 1.-. , V 1-4 " - ix-liz-,if--..- ygy. :fy 7 - .5 rf-3, 4...-f 1-g' 'Spas ie" 4 1, ' W 1w7:1ff,,--1 -. . 2-T 1-. .F-ravi!"-, .:F-ff.:-E., If-,4'.W'1a1'F7ue-,m.f' 1M'i4.L42xufsf-ihaxiewttiaxezuaamt::si4fi4t'5ea Q 'i f i- as I Z ,- - , 4 - , V i l Q i l F r L, ', CLIFFORD HARRIS, CCQIJ Right End His first year with us was entirely a success. His punting, charging, and defensive playing were decided assets to the team. FRANK FARMER fSmoI:ei Center. "Smoke" playing his first year for Tech, proved to us that bulk is not a necessity on the gridiron. He is a great Qty- er who loves the game. An all-state man, and Sub-Captain elect. REX RAMSEY, Left End. While playing his first year in the Tech line-up, he was well known in college athletics of the state. His great weight and experience made him a great back and end. . ,,,, 37" V l 2:1157 l 7 Az? F RX " Ja QQLK - j Vgiiilf lf -K 3-...j4,--pm4Iml1lIll.' .lllllnx 2' nllllllldiuuunlll IIIIHIIIIMUQI ' x1,N V. . ,A , - 2-17-..-....-, 'V' ' . - M .... 'FW U 7: - . :T ..' V " 4 as Q ' ' , fa ' ' ae? 15 f 5 N? I I 5511, fl- -ly,-It I, H A 'Haha mtn at f NIUE: h I N! if L-XMI ,eg ll - Y. f - 4 . .- ,gf t ' " ll lil ' ...i 4,2 "Z ' X ,, kf, Q ll L, Lx ' I I l mlllllnlllll Uh .nm u s ll mn hum I .n ' n if X X 1 by lr X 4 H E R 1 -, Z I Q wa 'r- -11" X T 7 v-"lJ?fJl':u1lll'nHL'f ' ','fl""'l H - ., Q --.1 1 I 'ww ., . L f 5, -L ' ,, fgjri' r7-:gr Qs... wL-5v,:". ' ',,,...., 5 ls., its ,haf 1, . . -J1-,JL l 15- - I f ' f, I " 'f'5flsi'T'2iidfinna3"f?l3i!h?l3f15'1'.?5!ifa.if.-rntri-umm ?1Tglu'53J...3fIll'e'2'5'Xi .1-Ji 1.-J 'Rf 1 . - T' , SAM DAY, fBuml Right Tackle. "Bum" displayed a dogged determination and real ability. No pace was too fast for him and no punishment too severe. JIM VVHITE, Left Tackle. -A veteran of '23, who could not resist the call of his col- lege for another season. Weight and speed are combined 1n hun in a very effective manner. XVILBERT HIGHTOWER, Tackle Hightower came to us from the Lone Star State. He was especially effective in breaking up plays behind the opponents line. ir e .f.A ?f:i I t A 'asia' 1 3 e itiiiiii ,,'-rw ' , y u ' 5p5,.- ,QV H- ! a 1 ' f! H - "" g- nulmm U' ...i...lllHHE'.' -. mm: .lllllmu ... mmullllm U!!m,,f,FI:f 9 V x f x .1 N f S X nz msn EI Q T aff-ff "'m,f I f 1 :X f 1,1 T T tllll 5 f g- If fl ug 'K I I unlll II III1 nn.. I um. nlmm ,I -lf, x I, Z' 'P 'hxulux f 4: 'ggi LQG' - A fl, 1 "" fyfql ' . "left T ' K X W Im.MwvfffwmfT.vi'w"W211+Z..ifb?5f 'f"'.""-' '+'e1E"""'-.1fW"if 'Q' . -- .,. .- . - i T . aa- J, f . A ' L 1553 g l i: 1 1 . 2-'-121:57 JL'!5f1.Z4iiiiTf?.Q' ' - -I f ' -V . - .79'7?:fhP ..f,'iZ'5?125fiE?'l5'F:.i: -.ltoihz-Q "till-QPFJ-.!iLf.:?f.S:i.f:-isiiuil OTIS STEPHENS, CCurIyJ Right Guard. tHe is an Oklahoman who played his first year with Tech, displaying wonderful strength and endurance. A star man as well as a star player. JOE LYONS, Half Back. This was Joe's third year with the Wonder Boys. When a score was needed the cry from the grandstandywas, "Give us Lyons!" . ' ALVIN LONGSTRETH, CSiree!J Left End. This was his third year in football, but his first year to letter. He is speedy, nervy and alert. ,.., T,.,-,,, , -.., N- -.- ,,,. , -....,.,E,-,,,,,..,.,.,,.E,,,, T Q 1 I iyerd? J Ni l 7 ''':iEEEEEE5'5E?fE?EEEEEE:EEEEEEEETTTSUTEE?FEEEE1"'i:-'WE ELEEEE1 it 'lk ' Q, Q X nz men at - "'llHII' llllltt' J 5 1 J mu 1 mu num' f- - .sE,w'Bx'iIiiiiiiliiii ,unllllllllllll iiIIlx..m.. :nh llllllum. ....., .,,. Y ullllnlnuur. :null liilluullli iiL,,llJi:J.M9. XXVY.1.f.5'-Qfil-13345 ,. 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"Misery", was out most of the season with injuries, but he made things huni while he was in. CARROLL BUFFINGTON, Backfield. "Red" is a hard hitting fullback with promise of some- thing good. FRANK JACKSON, Backfield. He always gave of his best. WILLIAM MORRISON, Line. He was kept down only by lack of experience. x I ALL- 21137 QW rwaaEiEE5f???aE?I ' giiif -'-. 3125 A -.Q,. -f f Y K wail- ,Fri 9 KL w f j ,mag ' nz A mvznla is If, sun K I X X y 4 ,,.. TL ' H F. . ,f f ' :IIIliI'Il:llmu...,rl1..- ui.nHmHnif........ ' r-Tnlimlnt ... .mth .u illll il 'num lllltllllllll rlllllmllii- '11-64X 'HI ' ,tl A 1 I -' f " 'W is 7 fu f""r'a" f1. aa'ncZ..4":,5'ffLfi"f-" 'S ' 4' 7' , . Q -I -ig Eli'-'-- ---. -'I""' ' , 'A ..-. X'-W-ff l ff W . m?.'tifS?iizf..' f ' 1 " f " l:."f'.J1"f:f U "WWA f If Results of the Season XYONDEH BOYS 46, RUSH COLLEGE 0. The season opened at home with Rusk College as the Hrst oppon ents. The strength ofthe visitors was unknown, but we had been piom ised a worthy foe. There was also much speculation as to how the practically new team of Wonder Boys would perform. A laige ind enthusiastic group of fans witnessed the struggle, which took pl ice 1n a sea of mud. The team met and even exceeded all expectations. 'tw is our game 46 to tl. WONDER BOYS 175 PHILLIPS U. 0. Phillips came to ns with great reputation, and in expectation of victory. Their practice preliminary to play was the best we had uei witnessed from a visiting team. It was a game in which the line as a unit functioned without a flaw. The backfield performed equally as well, with Evans as the outstanding star. This was considered the acid test game for Techts gridiron heroes. They proved equal to the oc casion by defeating the Oklahomans 17 to 0. WONDER BOYS 03 HENDERSON 3. Playing their first game away from home the Wonder Boys xx ere defeated by a score of 3 to 0. This was the first defeat by a state team that the Tech team had suffered in live years. A place kick by e Reddies accounted for their three point victory. WONDER BOYS 17g HENDIRX 7. This was the first game with Hendrix since 1920, due to strained athletic relationships since that time. 'Twas a game in which petson al feeling entered into the playing of both teams. The battle w is des perately contested, with the NVonder Boys displaying a superioi bland of football throughout the struggle. Hendrix scored by a chance of luck early in the second quarter, after which time our goal xx as not threatened. WONDER BOYS 21, A. T. C. 0. On the annual Dads, and Homecoming Day, Tech defeated thc St ite Teachers 21 to U. Playing before an immense number of Dids ind friends, the XVonder Boys displayed a final and convincing supeiioilty over the visiting eleven. The Wonder Boys were doped to lost The Teachers had overcome Henderson-Brown 10 to 7, and Hendeison Brown had in turn defeated Tech 3 to 0. In spite of all this, the NX on der Boys let loose an attack that was irresistable, and smothcied the Bears' attempts to score. ire ra? I 5 . . y- --V - i--v-W - A--- M -- . 5 I Y ' , v V A Home for Men + as of t4 .J fi T -Dai ct 1' 5:3 ,I D -I , f' It J4' .iff :'n,....f,-'1.IIIII1IIrIIIIUIHtN.1ff...t....lIiHllnr.f......,.mlmnn....... ..,. ma.. .tzlllllstmunlll llllllllllmlltmtgiiff' ...J YTQQAVEC u-" A xg f y -f ' V ' Eff! L 1 is l . mv1. -f'5f"1" .. 4. -L--hswtwiistawfaaafaantffeww?:,91+afa:a!etfr.a.Hsm1:r?er.lmzmlsllvUA '1 XYONDER BOYS 14g OKLA. STATE NORMAL 7. Playing a spectacular game of football, the Wonder Boys succeed- ed in administering the first defeat that the Okla. State Normal had suf- fered on their home ground in sixteen years. Victory was not expected and Tech's second string baekfield started the game. At the end of the first half the score was 7 to 0 in favor of the Oklahoma team. Twice during the second half the Wonder Boys marched the entire length of the field for the two touchdowns that gave them the victory. Moore, Conley, and Bushmaier were at their best, while Fannin was easily the outstanding star. NVONDER BOYS 64 OUACHITA 8. In the annual Armistice day game with Ouachita at Little Rock. the Wonder Boys suffered a defeat of S to 6. Rain and a muddy field were great factors in the outcome of the game, and the results cannot be accepted as decisive. The first half ended scoreless, but early in the second period the Tigers blocked a punt. Harris recovered, but was downed behind the goal line, giving the Tigers a two point lead. The sensational play of the game came early in the third quarter when Conley returned a punt for 70 yards and a touchdown. The NVonder Boys were certain of a victory, but in the last quarter the Tigers com- pleted a pass for a touchdown and a victory. NVONDER BOYS 335 C. of O. 0. Playing consistent football throughout the game Tech defeated the College of the Ozarks by a score of 33 to 0. Better opposition was ex- pected from the Mountaineers, but they seemed unable to stop the smashing offensive launched by the VVonder Boys. The visitors held in the first quarter which ended scoreless, but Tech tore loose for two touchdowns in the second quarter, one in the third, and two in the fourth. It was the worst trouncing suffered by the Mountaineers dur- ing the season. XVONDER BOYS 133 LITTLE ROCK COLLEGE 6. Playing in a sea of mud and water, the Wonder Boys ended a glorious football season Thanksgiving day in a closely contested battle with Little Rock College. Tech emerged victorious by a score of 13 to 6. Water completely covering the field, and a steady downpour of rain during most of the game, made any consistent form of ground gaining slow and uncertain. The first half ended with the score tied 6 to 6. but in the last half the home team put over the needed touch- down to register a victory. 2 45' L stir..- ...,......,.,.,. ,. - .. ...s. ,,,M ,........,,. , ......s..,. Qi ....... , 'wr av Q Q +L X "X 'S'-Jkffffn f u 4-. ' ,r , ' - Qf 'QL v,,.T.',tix' X, -.K , .--' ,. Q 1 Qi 'Elm A mcnla L f' 4 4 4 X - f'+'-V -:rg ' - S-. -g Y-, ,4, Q. 4 -. ' - . -1.., . . 4,1 f Cgwjrg 1III.lldI:lnIH....1ln1.: ll-nmHIlalF...,.... illlnm .ln ..,.nIIlll! ummlllllIlIIllll.llIUlw.m, 4 1.x . : ,, - " - . .-, - E -?7, -T z" , i:4'-M A - 1 rn-rm .. fJl1!"- - 4 ' 4 , -ft'W5fitfiilTfwifififiheidliitiaiiSheila?f!P2ErJmIPfE!:'A!Hzn1E:nvZ?:f'ltfl'5'fbi4:ri--41.1 Basket Bull The success of any team depends. not only upon the kind of coaching under which it works, but also, on the kind of practice periods that the team is able to hold. Our team has always been handicapped by the lack of a good court, and this has served to retard the progress that we should have made. However, we can now boast a new gymnasium, and our hopes are much brighter for the future. The success of the past season may partly be judged by the schedule. SCHEDULE Tech 243 State Teachers College 34. Tech 24g State Teachers College 44. Tech 353 Little Rock College 38. Tech 265 Little Rock College 23. Tech 383 Harding College 58. Tech 28g Harding College 48. H I -sl I 3 Qi ttssti + as 1 X t ff , Y,,.f--' X ',"'., ff :""Lf K 2 B! '-mfg. ,I Af , do , 57, Q -.tl ff-1, u i y y W, ,, N ?1L.4'f:S'nllllllmllllnlflulllltltlnvtallulllih...-Th ......, , ' .. .. IlIiHnm lllllllllllummllll lIlllllIIImHlLlu,g? fr..wf,: uf .- J se , , -- ' ""ff'r,- --. - H '-4. - af- X-W-.71 ZW- 1 ff - ,L 1, t X 'qgees. ..,.e . .-.fh rwldlzgt :..w.n...fff'-'3'f:fq'f,Q5s,ff I....n?.Lzu1:s5i1,.J.:-me.w.t:41m1...,..lv:m.l .u , ff f xv11.-mf."lZ5!au1-.4f41+.n:.f'lrlf2s??:4w....Mitfa.atl211K-inffmtrarl:la-J,f:f'SlH'i-5hfL.'f::.s4.is DOUGLAS HILL, Guard. "Doug" was one of our most consistent players. Exper- ience has been his best instructor. ESCHOL HORN, Forward. We can truly boast that Eschol is one of the best forwards in the state. He always plays a stellar game. LYNN HESTER, Forward. "Hes" is a favorite with the student body, and a leader on the basket ball court. f-,T 251157 1 4 all Ki X if 45" ."" ' ' ' N3 41,5 I fy ' v-vj 1' A E112 Agvztnla 1 2 , f , 'iw if .ll,"" H i ,i ?f W ,Ja - ff-5 A ? 'fi . 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"Spencu" is a fast and consistent player. iss fa? i f T gi, Q, ..:: 5 3 Q Q xg X , gs' lu,-f--"' X9 X ' '..7o,- . -132191 LfG'Q'ff1f" t Q FI n gg 4 4 v 5 1 .T 5' - -L: - 'ii - - -f , W, 1- ' ' f 1-,J-f ' t:s,..nffX'IIIl1llIIIIHlHIU....nul...'nmHmllflf.f...... -..nll ... n1lm.,..... ....1iIIIlIalIummllll IIIIIIIIIIMUKItgaavs--X J -r 1- X- W V - i 'vn7QL:1TFe-"1 1-V.--w..., .. ., 'EW EGT L 4 IGP :-:g , ' . !3l!!"- -:",:f,5,,, Qmitfimw'-'gamefaMras4atei::rffe'i3.ZtEe3f?.. - 'W f L 1 ' K1"6ffEi1.'.?7f'iWebia'm?'fewaamhfiateufzwiffaf.-3.i14.mr'::'aminn-z1f:fSl3!'e'rM..s-:1.1:r.e DON HAMM, Guard. Don always keeps his eye on the ball, and he usually inan- ages to keep it his part of the time. LAMBERT RESIMONT, Forward. "Rosie" was one of our most popular players. He dis- played good floor work and wonderful shooting ability. RUSSELL LIPE, Guard. One of our speediest players. His playing was always spectacular. HAROLD OVERBY, Guard. "Jack" played basket ball as he does everything else. He could always be depended upon. 'Rye YJ? , J .. ...... I 3 ax-UIQ?" 'II' . ?U1 O ,XL a QT n I! Qfjjwllllff., A 'Eh 1: at 2 A v1 n EI . Q f L air 1 g ffl! 'fi' f .- '.',fA NL' y, Ulf , k W , M-I-,H I 27 ' e 7 , 3. zz.-' ,pufaf , ' mf,-is.dlllimIHiiiI!i....unlfialllnllllillulm..... ,un mu g? '- null mw. ....nlIIIlItIlummIIII IIIIIIIIIMLIWQ lfkzstfy i 11" -' " f gi- -7 -f f-- S? ?7f"l7rg,tw 1 ' Q 1 Liv : ,- . .l , n1:!s'53 qff:g,1,l .fi'l5f.fib5lfa2fPf1f7?w.i,f: 5. f K A X AAW4-1Heir?'rife11521+L.e21m4wvew4xiv2xm':4z4:fa1:!:mmf:Samimlaazrffillwgihxawf.me may JOHN COLEMAN John was always ready to do his bit. FLOYD DAVIS Floyd came into the ganie at the last of the season with a rush. JOE MOUNT, Center. Joe is one of those consistent players on whom everyone depends. MARC RAY CLEMENT, Forward. A boy with a mighty good head and considerable action. ROBERT ROGERS, Center. "Robby" had an excellent year and will be found playing with us for several seasons to come. 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JOSH BAKER Josh plays with all his heart.. 2113 "B we ..,:f 'ilb Q X +L X j X If--.1.15i"II.II.lmII' I IIIII D . . - 1,III'Ifu nll lllllln lliy, If - X-ffizg-.I f - .?f.7i,'g I v V Y I I I f I V + - - , 9-ff' " aff 'X I 5' X1 I . ' ,f ' 7un"'w"' 45 mfbgkux,-' X 2 I n a 1 I' ixP,"""'If - I r t If '- I -V 1 1 ' f -1.4 . ' ,I L . I I I I' mnllln Ilnl Illum.. I lm. nIIl1m nn I I I lun 'lin f . Q f ,L ' 11' u X I V ' 55155 -.. ' " K S lf, -' f ' -I 1-e-s'.'-I.. 71'7Nl,?'I"3 I -1. Lf Q - ""7E+ijE??:ie1FsfE,f..L4- :W-'avg-qu, T1--5-NE ' 'I:fI.f.4::'.ul..uH' " Sf' 'ffbilfffz' L-vm'-L 4.vM'rfJ.s .eit:'2f12A1.15r-:liuHillI':59L4Ir'5!41L.. - f 5 ,Q . :Q -.ff:.-::.u'f'-II-::f1w.nan"'!:'.e!51R..-nf1-..ef1.a..-..1p::f.-uunffm. ,M.1::f.a...:'S.--. 2.1i'tL1f.'-1 .z.-1, ff 1 ,f Z' ' I jf SGCQIZCI. Tecrnz I Y, K If 1' ' I ,CHASQD B. CLEMENT, Mgr. X X XMI LL LIPE D ,ff-'LESTER DAVIS ' 4 MOUNT !, ffD I D ROBERT ROGEFS I, AJ' ff gIARc,,B'AY ,CEELMENT FLOYD DAVIS x f LQMBERT fRES1M6NT DO!-HAMTvf' I 1! U I X' r ,' f I f! -' I 'X Y, In 'V 1" V -- - '- V- ff ,ff ' D ' 1 D , X!! Y If 11, . X!ji5?f'fL:J, :jf,,,.Zi7-7"'Y' Y!'f 4 ,,-.f,'-- I ,ff I ff 'J ' f' r 'x I f X X X. .X IX , N: , xx D 'if' er' " A rs I , vfff'-1W'W?'?i - ' 'Elm Agvitn mV' " " ,X X. - '-'.'l" P5 , U --?i,, 4- 1-- ' " , : 1 .mf g' Egg:Q',nmII1lIHlllllL.m...vI...fIlIllllnHf.,.... .,rnl.mm..,.... .... nufm....., .fllllilxlluwnli lulllilrlnllllnlp .fu se-. 9' -msimf . ,u" -' ' XX-.fy ig- -Q I ,-- T A gf L - ills' 1:'::- 1. ll ' . fmd!"', '.7':r'n.i ""3'I'-,Sl7Z:57'?fW.li1 l'iH-ifi4xwifsaeh?:t.etif'7h?ii'1i4rEm?n'54fM4?aa if f " A '-I'-'Q-W?v???W?W2rfM'm?'ff'l41oiif?:s5d3414ifa2atS'-?ri:f.a'J?5m':ar5l1a-:1f:l5il!!5EL'Jia'fi1JCr.e Girls, Basket Bull Squad MISS NORA BROVVN, Coach FIRST ROW-Erma Lee Price, Lela Vaughan, Cecile Stanford Prue Rogers, Gladys Gardner. SECOND ROW-Leola Brown, Eva Lee XVebb, Bennye Bonds. THIRD ROW-Cecil Barham, Louise Williamson, Norma Yates, Mildred Stanford. FOURTH ROW-Miss Brown. 1 V -JJ fu ef s X t 1 N' ' "vl.lI'.iWffllt'. T IIUIHLTII L ! lr- ..ulIlm..luull nlllm NUI- .f..fFfe1s,..a4.-.'r':-.-all L , , . K A y , ' ' . A ','T'L'4iii -1-,, T,, ""f14" , ' 'if ..... Sla-42157 - ,4.,- if Ji'!l-'1'1'- 'Z f 3, N ., , -' ,f 'Z :"Lf1" K x ml! A Vlfnlfl f qi 1 . , H X f 1. J , L, I 1 I I I' 1 Iunllln llul Illmn. nu " Illm un I mi , I 1 5 Q fL ' ' .A V ' 'F S i 56 7 5 f f , 11 I 4 I p . -I - -'-- .2 '- .-. . . 2 -1 . r.--.f..L.12'f'I1"-,.-" T'.1'-- --Q Ja-.L---'E.I'5" .-2, - ' '-V'-iw.'f1L' 1. H - - - .iw--.rffwf-ea-1......iffmaaagsaac..a!e..eau-fm'Russia...m.:e'fma..-41. I CECILE STANFORD, Captain "Cece" played forward at the beginning of the season, but she soon shifted to her old position at side-center. At this pos- ition she starred in every game. LEOLA BROVVN, Center, Although this is Leola's first year with us, she has proved her merit as a center. We expect great things of her next year. LELA VAUGHAN, Forward. "The Little One," as she is called, is one of our most de- pendable players. She is an accurate goal tosser, and is one of the fastest players on the team. 215' . Y? V. L A 1 v The Woman,s Realm QINWH.-"" lk X 2 A 'ESM "nfE7?"' X jf , .J " vi! .. SA , , ' ff f ,WJ gbgj IWHNITIN 'IHILW -.. -K..-f-., 21: . ., , ' 'III Ex. 1 ,,1' g de,1L.,3:,N'nIll.Il.IIilva...In..n..u1 IIir!....,.. rnliulllnm... il. 4m .. i1lllfnw.... ...ullllllluwmllll IIllIIlllIU,,,lu,,5f,,. Y ,145 -Miv a'-,. ,, - ' 1 ' .f.,, - L .7 - ..f ,-4 ' -E425 ?gl""ELQ3'?Ph---:.r:?r1gv- T 2 ,3654 - L If L, - AT, 51111 -v 1- '7.. hYii!'? f:l',rg,n,, 17'lffyf'-Z?i1'?,77Zir-:1 21:nil-ifbamsdfvfiiafkziifaxefzimatetimetultai 1.. 21' f - 1 ' - '-'ffH''f??i1.-.f'WfGa!f4,wmW'vf-lyxirlxwrhaali2:!P.f::f.a'JAe5a1rzaan::11f:f'ti?!5'rL-Amdl.as GLAYDS GARDNER, Guard "Josie" was with us last year, but this was her first season as a regular. She has the fight that wins. PRUE ROGERS, Guard. If you want to make a forward feel bad and look worse, just put Prue to guarding her. A BENNYE BOND, Forward. Bennye was handicapped because of an accident the first of the season. When she did get started, she showed real ability. ER-MA LEE PRICE, Guard. This was Erma Lee's first year, and although she did not play regularly, she made a very creditable showing. ,JJ l 7 iam ,,,..,..,....,,.,,, . .. ,,,, ,.. ,...,.,.,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,. we ,.., ww' 25 9 'Elm A vintnlzfk E 5 gE9f'f',ilr1l1,imIll!' ll . alum. t ,.. . i sis nuff. tlllllllmwulll 1llI l1nr U,l ,.gv.i?j4 XE ' if 'ml' f 1325? 'S 'Inf' j ,L f f . -- Q gag! ,,..1,1.S"'11 -A. V - J. ' , lv. - ---Y 'gif - 1 M , x 4 V 6 I KK" f f K f ln' t f 3 1 ,1 I . 13,14 E W X X Iwi, ,H if- X 1 L ' I ' Imnlllmillnl Illmnu. n nm -4- I Illvlll H 1 'J ' X- 4 'xlrcfxx n V 3 X -' X V A Sm , Tm an 7 'iff ,J ,fr H, ,u,,,V.u.fqff,H ' gif"-1 H ' A nf' Wi if-,, " uf ' M , i M ,ff T1 '65 1. ."'. H ,6i"'14-...4"'-sffzrxf. m,2:..m:-1 D-. r--14-S .L 1. r 1 nf , hi " - V- ' .-. ' - 4 ' -.n -- ---- ,,-7-- ,Q I-3-4-552 HWZLL ' RUBYE FAYNE HAMILTON, Side-Center. Bubye F. always played the game fast and furiously. Her speed was remarkable. RUBYE JEAN ARHINGTON, Forward. Rubye Jean struts her stuff on the basket hall court. She enjoys the din of battle. EVA LEE WEBB, Side-center. 'tDutch" was an ellicient player at any position. From her playing one could easily tell that she is"one of those Webbsf' OKLA BUCHANAN, Guard. A fast player with plenty of determination and pep. L' ':::9 'IZ53 "'if muslim "" x J Ifaflllll' IIUIU - .S - . J ff ggiijllllllllln NIml'l'lUll Hill 1--4--- 1'-'-filllllllll "..w... .1 Illlmflmun ..., flllllllllummllIlIllllllllllllmgllllupf.. umnm1.wawazlimavsaacmfmtitzzifu z., 12- fe. Q - ,u--siigssy-'F Y ' . , "' , Q-1. 5 ea- I. f L :l"' ' P NNFNMW, ,,., -wwf .,..,.,,,,.,..,f.fj.....,,.. 1 4--s-Y? ,lil-' ,i l ,A . gr W A '. .,?' N 4: - ' 1 .' K 342 ':'V 9 'P Q ' F ' X V A sifdnrmwxjg h d ak.. 4.-Eiga? K V Q A ,L 2 D 1 1 - H S ' . ' Y Q 'Q A Q , ,L 3 I K V I x ' ' A 'KI' Y ',.v rf 'ZA Y . .GL Baseball Squad CATCHERS-Joe Lyons, Clement Carter, Lynn Hester. PITCHERS-Frank Farmer, Monta Nixon, Lester Davis, VVen- del Henderson, Bob Moore. A FIRST BASE-Eschol Horn, Lambert Resimont. SECOND BASE-Brinkley Bushmaier. SHORTSTOP-Earnest Horne. THIRD BASE-Harold Overby. OUTFIELD-Emmett Menees, Guy Conley, Tad Sands, Russell Lipe, Elven Spencer, Stroud Hester, Howard Hammons, Truman McEver, Billy Bovverman. INFIELD-Addis Evans, Roy Taylor. lycra? I 3 ::'7:fff2'ffF:2:TREESE2fEEEfE5fE::'::f?fff5E:'AL"7ff1f,ffff5 I-N "'3,.5' 12' Q2 s"" Q mJ.xxA'iix"'.-J ijjf' u,. u n1IuIlIUll Illlln KX v I Q'ji7ll1 1" '- WWE? A I ' J-.Qfighgg I 2 aww ' 4 Inllmin U nllllllIILWUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMUQ1 Ffiififf 1,1 . , 1. ...... -, - 'TQ ,, -" -' -- Alexei: - ,. X If K' X nl AQ! Q f .0 , 'diff f ' T 41 X ' ff LH 1 I I1 I 'lmmlllmllul Ill-Lum, .u lllllllllnm '-545' J nu In In I I ,A XX , ,gf fi In JINH INN u f WMM -r ,QT K ,,-.lx X 1 "' 11 1, F. -.ww ,vi ,1 ' -3 ' 25. - 4 Iffqg.--,-5 -:iz , .. 5-rg:-., . --- , ny, Jfnm'--, .sp-1 wr' - ,f f'.'f '-WF57'F,g Venn' L..22i-ffbxuLaff:h?f':1s.mqm1mcs+m,':-1:i?1v:5i'vZ45i:f Lf fi- f ' 15. asHHH.-fiifffQGazfinmr:-Pissamkfrmii.5!ehafszdfeim1mtl2iF':a.?:v"SlH42':Mir:1Q1.as I I 3' I A , , , we f ' 1 9' 4 E , 4, Track Squad JIM VVHITE MURRELL EIKLEBERRY ESCHOL HORN ELVEN SPENCER OTHA CLARK JOE BURTON HOWARD BURTON RUSSELL LIPE P-RINKLEY BUSHMAIER FRANK XVRIGHT LEE HARTON VERNER CRAVENS ALVIN LONGSTRETH EARL GATELY FLOYD DAVIS CHAS. B. CLEMENT LYTLE BRANSON CARL ROBERTS JOSH BAKER IVON XVEBB KEITH BENNETT JOE MOUNT RUEL STRICKLAND PAUL VAN DALSEM ADDIS EVANS JOHN COLEMAN HENRY THOMPSON GUY REED 4 -if I LLJ,,CLCEEEL,EI LLLL LL.L1zLLJLLCJCL C ff? ..JLLJiCCCELLJJ Q, 'SSfEE I 7 nxt' 4 +L - XX X 1, ,- X V - xl T, ffmgv",,,71 7 Ist .mp B A vita it 1 - t ,,-L., 4' fir ' ,,-.115 get.IIMMIHIf....1.........llHlI.l........ ml. e -5 i.1'wmm. .IIIH-P uwnII!II I1llllI lE."-' ef- 952 i 2? I X. 0-5- -7 4, f-- 15,3 J W . ' 2 ' as-.qu L- EZEZCL egam-,.-'fljffbhiiljiF-5Zi'j:".1 x., ge. 1 34'-1 .g..t.....,...f,..a.1f...1...a....1,...... ...2.. ..f.,...z Baseball Although a major sport, baseball has not been as popular at Tech as has the game of football. However, the outlook for this season is exceedingly bright, and we trust that the game will become one of our most popular sports. Several of last year's stars are back in the line- up, and are making good progress. We also have several new men who are getting off to a good start. On the whole our prospects for the season are unusually promising. ..1. Track Track practice has been delayed this season Abe-cause of the con- tinued cold weather. Regardless of this handicap, several men have begun training, and are making creditable progress. Arrangements are being made for a class meet, and keen competition is assured. We are also attempting to arrange for meets with other colleges of the state. 2 .rf ' 4'::1:r:r::1::r:r1 2222222112225EEE5?E?i':EE?EEEEE1"' :WEE-EEEEEEEEI it i51E?55335?55iii"': "5ii5'E5f?3ll': sss .. I 9a . ,..,,, l 'T 1 ..':lLf2Tig-?r'12?2u-5 ,lf'v':'K H: pu-5--2 nn gf? nun n'o"-15 'v .... ,.,.-., aww-,,m" .-.. .--- ,fa I A 0 'I 1 -.-- v. na. T fi? 4::.--- '-hh ' J Il ' G 'wed ima' 'x Afmffv- ADVERNSEMIN ' ff ' 1 v '- ' .ef N x ,Qxiiivxi ig L4 X31 '- wel Q? 'f., 4' ' fig!!! Us A Z X 1Z5f! wx if H E' H A -' if!! 'df ,-S '. 5, I f 4. ! 5 la If an ,f --f-"9" . +L X ff wwf" Q' ,-P", ' ., "X t , -ff, ".,q4F"I211', x nz A vwnla tit II I"HIlII"t nu!-at at gg 0 s f as QQQQQQJA ILHIIN lluiillhhllunl lIIIl1..u... -iihllllllllluun., .... .. .,.. : V nllltiilmm, .iqlllmliiillluuulllll IIlHHIIMi,lug.Qv.H51X fr -- A X1 W .- - e " -M- e wf ttftt L ,- . . m1ff- - 1.imwxsmvfesnestfixaciam:-sifznilttaii L. ' J f ' 13- . wtf'Iwif?'H"5v1?e!f4.bt'mwf15-wssivted1191415521!Pftfafsdzttsimirkfanlli?':a1f:f'51?l45EEA:fE121g1'.s , as College Men Like Bostonian Shoes r QF- ' l 4 'I I' , X 1 ,f A ,.f. .ix 31:19, 2111 5' X -A-. ' f z r 1--1 4 f f I' -'C --4' ,lk 'L U23 A 1 ."' if 5 . ine " K ' 3, IA' in X H e ii-,sfirf ,esiamhlf ' ,J ' 'fe' ,1 v "gl 'Q' 4. 'r-1 5,4 ., , They have that style the young man likes and the best of it is they keep their styles and shape. You can get Bostonians in the big wide brogue lasts or in the neat narrow shapes for dress wear and you can get them from our stock in the shades of light tan as well as the dark tans and black. There is a new style of Bostonian Shoe put on the market each mouth and the factory has a standing order from us to ship us a run of the new styles as fast as they coinc through thc factory. BOSTONIAN SHOES AND OXFORDS SELL FOR 547.00 to 310.00 ,S ,....,1,,.f 'Q' ' ' 'E' Xi' - f A an y " J f' Q 0 ..1 .. ,.., J' A "5 - J T' g f i . i e + P Q, 599 sp-V 171. Hu Q to Hy' 'bu Q51 at 61 1 9 " gi ' 'gi 1 ii il X311 Li 1 ,fi A-. ,I 0' " 1 f L HJR, N Q 0 I 'RO 3 Price Clothing Coinqcrng N X 1 "ITFEEEEEEVEFEEEEEEEEEEEEZEEEETEU':f7?EEEEE1""i":EE EE.5EEZE: ffl 'I'E5EEEIEEEEi7: '1f::. T s-sse 1 , w ...... .. 1. I -,lb 1 f '4Arln1IifWllll . 1 lllui m ei l .mill 'um-IIH IIH II IV F -- T A ' N-WtL Vif: ,, , . , -- ' ' -- """- " .- f1'I.-"-"'- ' ' N ' f .' LV" , -' Q 2 PICK EI ' ' llqmq, I M ff 7 QR, , T fu ,f ii ,- f , u , K 2 .' . S I K 1 ui In Ilul I nn.. .I uIl'ln un n II ii ' n- 1 . Q P , S .H lx , M u X 7 X f .2 1 fu ,I ,Nl-Liv ge I 'U W. J 4 1 v- ll E., .1 H ,, ,f311, 11,11 L .ann 2'-?Y"""I-2..,r:a"' HEL L '73'7i.".-, L--..f.., -Hz. - 4 -- . - -. . LL5nii??aw:M1?M'4:z:iGE-mlfffimih'. L. P K I . ' 1 -,w!:.v.f'.ffigziafamallrlihzmwiQfwifam!-f.:n-5'f:f.fmP1:-an.nr.a.i.- h':LfL1?"-4.15 L Q, Pl ..:. P ' ff f ,i Aii. if A A P .. V ,... -1 -4: AQ, - 1 . , 1 5 -1.- Russellvillds Two Lending Institutions-A1'kan- sas Tech and Hunt'sg both giving their best. One moulding some of Arkansas' Finest Citizens and the other Distributing the Best Merchandise at POPULAR PRICES. KEEP HUNT IN MIND isis? i -if J Q, ..::gE 5 xx 2 A mvznla I fa -- J-. ' '-' ,,-Z--V44 .1 , -. .:.,' , ' zu' I kiqmiph lllhlllllmlHumlvlnlnwlunulll lllllm., fuhllullllufm., ..., .,, 1IIIrGwmm. mnllllHallunmunllliflllllmllllmmll115.9f4L':SQ 4, ,, 43512 - 'F -ligghf u A' '- Q: xx- yy,7- -4 ' 7w3Tf'2"Iq F" n " 1 ' 'i" :::,-5 4, -.'- W'11iv 'ffa.nu .-6'?f'J5'fi1fii'Pf?5'fiF: AMvffiavfsstldaxwe.Q1m4r.mm!mr!ib4 1 ., L I 'A-Wh.m:1:.f'rf"marfae.mnw'frX44sav?:as1.eTz+fif:.:!sff:f.-masfmfLamaf:z.rm4S1l425Maw1.d4'a.e STRIVING TO GIVE YOU THE BEST AT POPULAR PRICES THE CITY BAKERY RAYMOND TRAMMELL, Manager We A111,11'ecir1Ie Your PfllI'0lll'lQC' C U L N 5 Lx MORGAN 8: SOSBEE THEATRE CONFECTIONERY BARBER SHOP Wm. Shoptaw, Prop. After 'thc show stop and drink, Good Barbers smoke or Oat Good Scrvice Pleasant Treatment T- TOASTED SANDWICHES A . I Your IJIIIPOIIUQB is Appreciated .mc ICE CREAM SANDWICHES JEFFERSON STREET f'AA'CY BOX CAA'Di' Q 9' Q I f "1 -JJ rw 423:-,. A Q, Lf' Q ,,4 f -V 4 ilbxllg A ,J 'FW ' 71n' "" 'f+Ww?'WHWW K f' A "l' ,L:,QQ4i-7 vwvfw MXQ. L,fA,E.f4 -.W' Q - llnIIIIIHIHLU.u...u....lIlIHHfWEL.. ...A ,.. n .im . ..sIIlHlIIIummIIl lIIlllIIlIM L1 h,fi.m5.fQ : , A' V 1 . Q-.WAZZZL -zf: :f I'-,fi , 'L - A S W A M3 cfs mam mm uw g .L , , Zz 2 Q 0 68 y 2 .s HO W5 .UWMG V J o 1 3 W SW I6 E 17 . : L '- fm X31 X K 2. Z' '-QQ 1" 1 EK D Y 'L - -J -A Il .23 ANJLAM I 2 ' " I3 " iff Q' f 15, I6 I1 13. POM no I 11 O' JOHN ,. 6 ' X 2 ., a N 6,1 1. Ki F 'MQ f-- 5 5 0, ... iw 'iw P A ' . 332- " , Q LEWIS S. TALLEY CLEANER FOR REAL REPAIR AND DYE VVORK OR CLEANING AND PRESSING CALL PHONE 21. if ra? -and S xi I 7 V. ..e+ r Where John Waits For Pricilla W .fl O 'NLRRXX . '- X L M - "-fglvviiiff I E A ' -A 1 ' 7 x flf' I, if i:q,1,4'ffS-nlllrlllllll fL...nnmm1l Ilnll1....... -,fnlnnnl....., ,... .. .,.... , nlIHEl...l ...lllllIILlIuulIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIMULIMQ 1, .l m-l.v,g E- ,X 7 F, E W 511:21 ff l- New . fl E A fi N-JWZQL-Exef: V ,-:ff'r:-WTF 1 5- - il ' ARKANSAS-OKLAHOMA ICE CO MANUFACTURERS OF DISTILLED WATER PHCDNE 156 HEDGE MCCLANAHAN, Mgr. Russellville, Ark. ire 1457 1 3 E ll:l,l::l:l,ll..l: lllzlll lll ll, llll E l l ll2gli:.f.lll,g E, l,ll we .1:f1 Qian Ghz A vxtnla f if Hipaa' w cq k j 'W gf-.ll:-g3','n.IIIIIIIIIII' I lIIIIn'.1 . nm. I ,.. . I II Q -- -- . K ,- - , W fi: T' 1 r 'I .Q , Y "Zi ..--- I l: ' . 1 -,..V - -'-'Hifi 'lf no 4' rl v I I I ' , Z ,I 1 1 O f 1 ISN LI7'-'fffiixfw V Q 'I IW X f ,,c ' 2. j Hllffl, X f f I f LEM ll I H 51" f I L,-. ' I I I lmnlllwllul III1 ml. n nm S III! umm .In III uul I I I - , - XX Z' X X l gfllfllxx K If H K m A f y X Jin 7 I ,f I vlqf 'vo-,g f - 1 1 I vu ' ' vu uw--"' 'S ' r '- ' f 'H .--W, V . 7' . ', ' , " 13 11, 2.-.-,..,,,:f'1" ' fm: --.7 5" If "f- 'V---" -51:15, LL IIQQ-yngui,52g23ggg g541-:,1y,f5f,?yy5E5yZk'2a ' l l-1 --.v?fKfT'iW14521fMnm"lr!42n??.446?.!5'z4tE:.er!!Jar.-A A11-,..M:ra.1m.il!'.2EhAi .ghd J GIRLS' DORMITORIES 5 N The Specialirg Store, Inc. 'IEVERYTHING TO WEAR" Russellville, Al'liZl11S2lS 214 Jefferson Street Phone 116 - J 4619- -elll 3 ,, , AQJQLQ, 1, 525 5 gQ,Sqtu" "" I Allyn " A ' N1,', ,.'fiQji1iliilW7h annul nu --A eff- J A f . tlllrlllll ...mimi Ilm. ....... .,fnltnn1 .... ulllmH..... ...ullllllllluutmlllltlllllllllll lying.. ---' 1. it f . f 5. r L Ccrlendcu' AVGFST 25. First band practice. Many talented 1S. Arrival of students. Old ones in musicians present' minority. Picnic dinner in park "What YC' tf1kiI17" "HOW IINIUY with the governor as one of the hours do YOU hf1VC'?H guests. New students adjusting themselves 19. Girls have first date at show. to beans. 20. Everyone classified and met regu- Girls again have privilege of meet- lar classes. Oh, those hour periods. ing their dates at the show. 21. Holiday to straighten out schedules. --D0 1 have to have 3 C1355 on Sat- 22. Arkco-Agrian Society met for first urday?,, "I think I'll drop that sub- time of the year in auditorium ject? Good program. Pericleans were Sunday school and church well at- visitors. attended even by some who had 23. Regular Sunday afternoon chapel rather have been absent. routine, not compulsory but Oh. Pep meeting in chapel. Old "Ag- that date! gie Pep" makes its first appearance 24. Football practice starts. Many new for some of the new students. men report. Prospects bright for a winning team. Coach makes first heart breaking speech. Much applause. Q 1 .6 BANK OF RUSSELLVILLE ARKANSAS MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE "A BANK OF SERVICE AND SAFETY" DIRECTORS XV. G. NEAL lt. L. JENKINS L. A. REED J. L. RANKIN J. .l. SHOPTAXV T. R. RYE BROVVN ROGERS GEO. S. NEAL Q 9 S 5' sl I 1 Q2 sss Q af " ' 1,11 N kk , XX I 17 'vfjj ll",, '-YTZV Cx Ghz Agvnznla it if :W- i-., 7 , 7 Y:-if-W: if f, 7: Nw ' L f l m, f L I Ri I 0 ' ks X 6 Il? X-gig? ' C ffff f 1 f -A ' ':+i,. Q, , 7 WY, C A f P ' A J?"'!: ..'1,.g:fik' allI,I'I'IHmI'l..,.nlru..nmlmlllif ...,..... --, iltlimu ,ulmlilummllll lllIIl.IlIHl'H'.!lu yn 4ix ..i ',m W' iw 4 .1 6,01 '..f- if 'N ' NP: ' . .':Tt.,.1 ' ' U 1" " -'ft-.L """'x--Eff... 'mi' "-Fr.ad"'1."ff-..i"i'. H1 . r. . 2' SALESMEN CLUB 6 U' SMITH-TUCKER CANDY COMPANY EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE HUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS -Keelix your disposition sweetened by eating from our select line of klandies. The leading line of the nearest candy case. X ".WE MAKE LIFE SWEETERU SMI -TUCKER CANDY COMPANY can 150A East Main Q i of iiiiiii Q I 3 Q 'G . ssqtg 7 vga ' - Y X , N .. , , 4' s"'L igaiggut' X 2 K X. ..,y,,..'11ii"-af'nF bf.jt.- ,gr , g lp' -1 fs' 4 fr Qsitgfg- 1rn1Ill1lWllllllt..t1....-tt..Ill IImJ....... ,mImm mm... .tllllllrlluwll IIIIIIIHWHQLI ,mm 1 - -- 1 X , -, A -' '- . ' . ' 'S' ?,..i-il NEW: fl. ,,-agfif-f2Q.? . 6 DEMAND PUIRITY ICE CREAM PURITY BUTTER Puritg Ice Cream and Creamery Conzpcmg MANUFACTURERS OF ICE CREAM AND BUTTER Wholesale Phone No. 184 Q I L CALENDAR-Continued SEPTEMBER 10 1. The first of a series of pep meetings to be staged during football season 11 on campus after supper. 9 2. Mr. Armstrong gives lecture on how 1" to act in hallway and "beanery." H He ofl'ered to furnish troughs for those not used to plates. 13 4. Mr. A. Lee Peacher speaks at chapel on "The hnportance of the Smaller Things of I.ife.', 5. Perieleans meet in auditorium. 14 "Foots" makes first public appear- ance of year. 6. Band Concert from 2:30 to 3:00. 15 Rev. Hodgson speaks. 7. The Guest family present at chapel. Little Miss Guest sings "Dixie Girl? 8. Football practice going good. Com- petition running high. 16 9. "Have you been shot?" "Don't touch me." "Bring the eainphorf' U Rain, Rain, Rain-"It is gonna rain some more." Cooler, winter wraps in demand. Holiness meeting held during chap- el. Several get happy and sing, "She'll be coming round the moun- tain when she comes." Mr. Armstrong informs those who think that rules are too strict that they are just to old for the college. Another Holiness meeting. Mr. Tur- rentine calls for entertainers to come to the platform. No volunteers. Mr. Young calls meeting of paper staff to meet in Mr. Casey'ss dorm. Donit get excited. Nothing rash happened. We meet in Mr. Casey's class room. Girls 1neet and decide to wear suits of the school colors to football games. 5 NI .JJ -ntief ,............... ..... sm-- ,......... ....... .,.. s ttitts 1 3 E ,,, ,. , t Aw - 'fy-fvzf.-, --vga? .gf 9 . I X . . . 4, Q ---- ' N 1-'33 -.J-f ,,...1:'-'H 9 ,W 2 2' . fm., eg Q K, -u , ff- , " ..-f 'l'S Illliimiiuliimillln:lluulllullliimi... --f illlhn m allmll fllumllll IIIIIIAIIIHHEIJII- .... ,ztgfffgeg QJTQQ .- b. M . 5 47 My rf if-1-A-.gefggi ' . L, ' 55 22. T. 'Itali a ,.-figbflfffiilttiiii I 7.13 gn W ' .. 1 -jk'fi'-ggif,'7t5im'1a+2.is74"'le'I-ri31'm'hS-s,?if+3.a.1.-f.::a-4v.:::..n.1:-a..::r.a.:.?ht2-:Aim-N...-1 N CALEXDAR-Colztizzued 17. Second issue of paper published. 29 Mr. Armstrong's second lecture on An improvement over first. howto behave. Watch out! lt will 18. Coach explains Mr. Young's an- hit you next time. f10l1I1C'01U011f- "Those living ill Civ' 30 Eugenia and Lois clean room. Rea- ilized doiniciles should not elevate Son unknown. geological specimensf' 19. Typhoid shots still having their way. OCTOBER ' 5' h ' 'H ' 1 . . . . . 20' The 02 hougellslckness an 1 Phillips arrives. Big pep meeting improving. tome a out. in town. 21. Football scrimmage draws large Crowd- 2. Many old students arrive for game. 22. Football boys have pictures made. Phillips. beatixn' .Score USO' Cele- 23. "It ain't gonna rain no more." wit? Shfrtfalldpmjadg In togil' 24. somt-body lied-S1111 raining. Last H IPS MOM D00 Woltmans IP pep meeting before first game and M1108 Us 3 new WH- held in auditorium. "1 Sold HU' 110110, 26. sun mining. Game played at 1:30 I S01d my mule. I P. M., in usual Tech manner-46-0. T0 Send 215' b05' to the "Aggie 27. Quits raining in time for Sunday School- School and Church. Such luck! 3. Such weather. Can't even adjust 28. Mr. Caudle's G. S. class still predicts dress for half-day to weather con- rain. Not disappointed. ditions. Q . J lf N A fThe Home Bakery takes the opportun- ity to thank the Tech Students and Col- lege for their patronage during the past school year. ROBERT BAILEY ATTORNEY-AT-LAW -We expect to serve you better in the future than in the past. ALL COURTS Russellville, Arkansas A MOD i 1 STOKES K ROBERTS, Prop. Russellville, Ark. u 9 Q ' '"::if2EEESff2E:EiEEE5EESEEE5if5Efi??5':EfffEfff:"'wiizffffzfifffi -- K 71-K Vfggi f we .... Q J 1E 1 . X Ghz Agmcn M '--fiml iillllll.......-...llllli 1, ri - m t. llllllllllu I IIIIIIIIIII III ff' ill? e-. - - -' f - 5 i'Q..Tf-f0f7,.L-V-1 hai: P ' I 4-l ,-1.gf'g?? .... -.:f. .f"'9" . X551 A 0 W1 ' 'Wife if I i ,Q '..Qf3c?l1i,4f'i5s""F 9' QM., ,. Qi f Ill 'W '- nl IT.i nl" X ff" 'I Q'-N X N 1 fl mu.. I nm Mm... I mill -I v , . Z1 P aw" - f g in f f . 7-' NNN P 2 , . 11, L, 1 3 Hwy-1.-:rfzf avg:-. .--- . ,,f.. .fr ..4'f-,.:,:----:--,, 31 1. :5 me Ziievlmmefzalwsmeiiimafmiaz-. .. L. f M. f KNOWLEDGE -Knowledge makes a man fit company for himself and teaches him to use his brains to the best advantage. PEOPLES EXCHANGE BANK CAPTITAL and SURPLUS. 5F16O,000 RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS Q. J 5 G ,c DR. R. L. SMITH PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Renfrow Building Phones, No. 30 and 242 5MlTH'5 SHOE SHOP Jefferson Street SHOE REPAIRING 6 We use only the BEST grade of Leather Work Absolutely Guaranteed. 5 'A -4? I if TECH! Your Work is Appreciated "w...e,,,,Iib- ,,,,,. rf'-. 9 Q 7 Q J 2 5' I V .1 J 1 T ''3WZEEESEFEEFE5555555EE5555555fT5?4':?7fffiEE:"''i"fEfELEEEE? gi 3 10 if'f5iEIEE5EEl7: "' "l:Ef'f"'5,.3' 77775::?5??ESiEEEESE:EEEEE5E1:1f'::Y eg, -+... 3 Ex ,J ,,1 Q ki fl ' f 4""'I f "-if ,' iff' ,l'I'5m014H y X T if A 'L+' '1 Q uni, ll W RX Z! ff -P, f' 571 , rmmt mn" g- ff E sf T E E 14 .4Q,m1S':lllIlIlllll .unlllnullnl llma..m..f,u ll llllum. ...... ?jk4,ig,.mw mm. ...ulmllllllluunnlllll lllllllllllU,,llu5pf ,...-.f4Z9s '.,r N . i Y Y ' - Z Rm.,-?T.., 9, A L 'A , ,,,. ., fi J f -E A 5 N TH E VANCE THEATRE OFFERS The Best Entertainments in Town. We play the Best of Pictures Tech your patronage is appreciated HOLDEN VANCE, Mgr. North Oak St. - Russellville, Ark. 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Tech machine fails to function and we suffer first defeat by an Arkansas team in five years. If-IF-IfwMany could have coached or even played better than Coach E. O. and the players. Sunday-ln the usual way. "Beat Hendrix!" Raining for iirst time since yester- day. Hendrix has hard time deciding as to whether they want to play us or not. Decide they do, and a live- ly pep meeting is staged at 9 A. M. Looks as if bathing suits should be worn instead of football uniforms. Tech 17, Hendrix 7. Banquet for Wonder Boys. Football boys off to see Little Rock College play Ouachita. Slats, Ex-Aggie, a visitor on campus. Queen for Dads' and Homecoming day elected. Coach announces he has lost another cap. Maids for Dads' Day chosen. Everything ready for a big day. Many old students arrive. A great day. Tech upsets dope by defeating Teachers. Many listen in on KTHS. Ouachita- C. of O. game played at Hot Springs. Exciting game. in nr? I 7 513 - ' ez Q' was - f w',W 3ga x . 1:7 , ll iifgr, 'LL , 5 f- f " , . :. J: ' W., F."-'II I T 1 I l'4. 1 lmr e igllf W III: .ullllllzlluwmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMUQILLQasf-' IJ, .. ' XXX ,- . I f I f - 'Exim-rf" 'arf A ,E -1 I ' E Y+ffl-Wiz?-4, -y VI - 1 1 v X f I "' 1 3 '5 Sql' dj, .' -Q 'NL a T ,NL 'lla-L X- Ux5..g..,: L S E IYIIZIZI it 4 2 aifilz I 1- I T X K " M! Q 1 K ,wi V. Lui tx Illlllllllmhlllilmm - llnm ! I nlmm .nl ' 1 I X g' fw, S ., , ' 'Z ' 1 ' - .mf Z 1. " 1' , lf ' Y VE ":sE"f1 .L--3'v-1:1"- "' -".,,3- -- 51 'gg' .45 --'iv , lmafzsiwkhsfemxufgmmlmxazra- in A E, J- -.eievvtmMfemzflvf24m4sf.:aPuei.gsel.i.aaam:if2...ln-:.1.Hmlesxihm, f BUTLER,S STEAM LAUNDRY AND BOTTLING WORKS CLEANING AND PRESSING A SPECIALTY 321 Torrence Street Telephone No. 14 x 6 -5 A. M. VAUGHT 8: CO. ,,,, .1-,u THE STORE OF CORRECT FASHIONS AND BETTER STYLES Russellville, Arkansas Q M ..:l 52 QQ 1 3 U ,. 'T X A , pf . Nw Q 35 X P N 1 F? Wh.. 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Hot water shooting from radiator ll- Qlmcllml S3 Tcch 6: H Y during chapel causes much excite- 13- UNSC of 5'C5t0l'fli'Q'S Idofcatg lou mont. can't down a Baptist in water." 31 Tcch victorious OVW Edmund 14-7 13. Fans from town visit during chapel. ' ' ' ' Inform team that they are for them NOVEMBER stronger than ever. U l i V 14. Pericleans throw big weiner roast 1. Sick list increases. Next week ex- at Gaua Crock. mmmmons' 15. Too many weiners. 2- EX2lU1S-fEXf1H1S- 16. No regulation dress in boys' dor- 3. Coach reads list in chapel of the 111i'fOl'i0S- ones that he doesn't exempt. 17. First call to have pictures made. 4. Several attend C. of O. and L. R. 18. Impromptu program in chapel. Sev. College game at Clarksville. eral suffer the strain, Q 1 C 3 OUR SPECIALS ARE --American White Ribbon Brand Soft XVheat Flour. Maxwell House Coffee. Penick Syrup. P. X G. White Naptha Soap. Campbell's Pork and Beans and Soup. Del Monte Canned Goods. Insist on these brands and you will make no mistake. AMERICAN GROCER COMPANY Russellville IXIQIVQ1-H I-UUE Rock Arkadelphia Morrilton VVarren Ellgland Smackover Conway El Dorado Camden Dardanelle s U et 3 r . whom M W 43, , .N nz mtn EI f Y :-:,A 1 ff ff f QS' 1' mul IIII' Q on li l .H f .,'u,1,.f:s'lIIIrIlIIIlll lwnlmmmll llMl..,.... ,,.hln1lIlu..... .... .. ,.., in-' .4,...,,w...-f num. ...nIIllll.lIummIlll Illlllllllll I f A '14 L. Y ' z llii y f f :M .. fiff E W 1-, " ff an l'1'WWJ!Lr JL SERVICE COURTEOUS NVE HAVE IT W 755 ifd T SAY!! The store that saves you monu WE HAVE WHAT You XVANT-AND WHEN YoU xx M1 IT k v . Answer To Who7s Who 1. "Foots" Clement. fm 2. Cain. 0. Hood. 4. AI'1llStI'OI1g. qu. Horn. 6. "Jack" Overby. 7. Day. 1 b. Hillfhlount. 9 Crum. 10. McMillan. 11 Hatchet. 12. Hightower. 13. Shinn. 1-I. Webb. Rose. Page. Oats. Weldon. Matlock. Crow. Hames. Hauun. Dollar. Johnson Baker. White. Walker. Fa1'n1e1'. 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I.,r,.m.wQ -1- F ,I .- 1 Y, , 7 -, ' ' 'nr . -,K 1,7 1 5 I x ...Z fl -l- :-X 1.1 U p33.'i'j11--AL fry, - E Wigaim ,nn- HIL-4:5 rw-f4n....ui!i1LIfjf!2ii'Ff7y1'-15,1 I...rmumdufzmmwib.u4wm.5Z:,i:-4i51AG'!v: .. L f X, --A'-,I.:f.u::a:.fW'mMf.wnfffrrifbawfn..E-tei.':..i!'enaf.-m.fm1r::Qm.1mm,iq.2,.,:2Isrc1..L:.a C WHITE BROTHERS 8: COMPANY Tech Supporters BILL PALMER CLOTHES BERG HATS KNITTEX OVERCOATS BEACON SHOES IMPERIAL SHIRTS WERNER CAPS FASHION PLATE SLIPPERS DRESSES COATS DRY GOODS NOVELTIES NOTIONS RUSSELLVILLE,S ONE COMPLETE DEPARTMENT STORE R S JS' l 3 at if K x QA vnznla 'ff :i rl.nI'lWll!ll'. 1 llllltfii. qw- ..1 l!'u lI Il' It EJ, ,-uv. , E E ffl--7 Y : .,v-1. -:iff 'Q -" s " E . X e ' 9'-,a ff 12 E5 v I .r , - , ,- ' .41 XY -f" I ' 'H ' - f ' -Y" ,11' Ast K '- ' -'fr M4 W f ' 1' " . , I It 1 Kitm ix 5 -,kfjf K , .,, 4 X -ff - ,rf 'JA eg' .1 H x- 'J ffl. Q-. ' I I l' 1 Iunllln Ilnl Illmm no Jul in nn um NIH, I-f I Q , ' J x ' -Q: 555' --iw we-' " L X f l " .. f 4 M x 1 L, L7. . .nl --1 ...f . A'tl,' . -. -. va: -.-.-..e.- :T-r. ' -f-':'.:'5'f- - ' -11:11 112 Zlieksms2i1.?:w4.t?aEE-Mtflmdaltiu L.. --. f X 1 --f?'::.P '-Fi!'1zfans.?'lr'l1:!t3h'3f,?hfJnfa.:2flP-fiff.-uua:f.E21?.pi..:I..1..:5Efl':"E L, .-J f 5 CALENDAR-Continued 19. Everybody off to see "The Ten 29. Formal opening of Central Presby- CO1'1111l3l'1ClI11CI1tS.,, terian Church. 20. Beat C. of O. 33 to 6. 30. Mr. Turrcntine in charge of chapel. 21. Several see Bryson-L. R. College Jim Whitv 3bSf?11t- football game at Little Rock. 22. Cecile celebrates last birthday with DECEMBER . l' - . 93 Hinircl I H k tl ,v f, 1 1. Football boys presented their sweat- ' ' "ima Tnfrs Ima Q Ku lrbt ap' ers. Jack Smallxvood informs us pcmancci 3 ec 1' that he still wears suspenders. 24. Huel Strickland letulns to Tech. 2. Howard makes forty-eleventh plea 26. First game of Forth and South that pictures be made. 9.01515 lflsus W est dorm and bar' 3 Doug Hill responds, and in his vain lac S SFHQS' , , , efforts to look pretty, he breaks Splendid Thanksgiving dinner after . ,. . . the camera. which lech swims to victory over , L. R. College. 4 Coaches Evans and Farmer hold 97 Banquet for wonder BOYS ..FO0tS,, drill preliminary to second game of elected Captain for '26. "Smoke,' swims' CIOC-ted Sulygaptaini 5. Second game of series tied 7-7. 28. Rev. Patterson speaks to Arkco- 6. Concert in college auditorium by Agrians. select student musicians, I L N RYE MOTOR COMPANY PHONE 13 BUICK-Larger type, than last year. DODGE GOODYEAR TIRES WILLARD BATTERIES inf! I 3 xxx' "" ' K mx. ffmmp- HMP - EEE E -N ' E ff IHHILII n.run..nmu Ilm. ...,... .nliuulln .,..., .... . 1mm..,.,., ,,...lIllII.Ilu.,.,..lIl llllllllulmlnmg, f' H , L-Qgfzzi f: 1 .. F A 6 J. C. FAULKNER 8: SON .IEXYELRY and GIFT SHOP WARD 8: CAUDLE ATTORNEYS Office in Bank of Russellville Building FEP if-New ' ' Phone 117 ' RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS 107 East Main Russellville, Arkansas u' Q 7 THE COURIER- DEMOCRAT DAILY AND WEEKLY MEMBER ASSOCIATED PRESS A Booster for Polytech and the Wonder Boys Football Team SUBSCRIPTION DAILY-By Carrier, 50C per inonthg by mail 553.50 per year. WEEKLY-One Year 951.510, in advance-g Six Months, 750. TELEPHONE NO. 7. .JJ - A Qi nn n 5 . tk X j llllltlll Illl'i . e3...S. S - .rm llll llllllulllllll, , .ff 777 .-,- 1 ,. .... . .. ,, L, ' 3-ffm.. 7 ,4 f E ':fi":'. its-iiffaufffvi'-fue-aH2?M1.eai?f :Nw - t , qv'-1 iff 11' 9-+i'f'.J1 --F iv? if.-17::'S2f.'l'-flztafil.fi' Y ,HPV 4 ' 5',,, 71' -7 65 H' - C 1 f' ,i 'DY I -gp ,- :C-R - - . .J 1. V K T .1 9 A.: J,. - :Ill Mn.n:n.rms Ilm..... ll 1... ' .lIIi....l. ull 1' mn I 'Illnf ,Q--'H -- 1-4 . 4l' we "' t I S W -f f , . E I , , - 5 of ur ,-, an .ln 1, 'A L ' P: -, '51 ...? ... 1' 1"7'47-' mr' , tr. 1.51-i':f.gd" .r'L..L' 'L . 4 . f '. avi'- GOV. TEHRAL IN PLOWING CONTEST L N TO A. P. C.. STUDENTS WE ARE "BOOSTEllS" FOR A. P. C. --We want you to feel at home in Russellville and our store. We are never too busy to give you a glad hand and serve you in any way we can. -We congratulate the Senior Class of '26 and hope that all others will be with us again for the next term, and thank all for past favors. L O U I S H O O D THE REXALL STORE Largest and Most Sanitary Fountain and Cream parlor in City Complete line of Pens, Ink, Tablets and School Supplies Q , f T Ef'EZ'3E3 I -its ff'ZEEEEEEi.Eifi " 1.::. i"'E,.lf-"EET1fE: :EEEEEEEEEEEEE:SEE5EEE111f'"" QQ? ...... Q L is - Y -- . --si, fffwwlvff N E H"'f'3' fknnpe lm" , , O ,F , 7- A ef f. ' . if i::aL1.'l24Q3A' 'ml' mm hmlllmllull nlllmvu-I fuhllllllllmu- -.-. .N Z-ii-H Slum .tnllmnllllluilrlllll ' , ,.Agfff'f:iafQ , fp w.. I -...TY ,- , xr k. -H - - if !" at ,- W 7 .f'2,hYLl3FZ-'57ZIffl Zm+.L+1vfsma:sem'rax-.meawrm:mAFM? .I ix f .5 , 1 '---H'Q1rffi?i1.'1fWff'2WaffAeff.n:r-Iswim1'emfam!s?i:f,r.:!mif?arA2i?f1:f:55l1!4s'rss1i'f2a4Lr.e' f A. HARKEY SADDLERY COMPANY TANNERS AND MANUFACTURERS Wholesale and Retail ALSO A FULL LINE OF LEATHER GOODS, SHOE POLISHES, ETC. SHOE REPAIRING THE RIGHT WAY 0 n TESTED SEEDS AND PLANTS TAKE YOUR PRESCRIPTION TO- QUALITY-PRICE-SERVICE F' ld . IG I S id GIBSON DRUG STORE le ml men ft S 16th Annual Catalog Free ' J. A. CLIFTON DRUGS, SUNDRIES, SCHOOL SUPPLIES SEEDIXIAN AND SPORTING GOODS Russellville, Arkansas Q 9 Also The Home of U SCNEIDER CANDIES C: VV. HAYS' V. M. Deputy State Veterinarian RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS PH NE 1 R 3 'H 39k Residence Phone 63. me U Q' Af ' OFFICE PHONE 63. Q U Q U :tiff Q, atttt i'-.1,.4' Q E112 ,Agmtnln .1 I y ,, , - X Y I 9' :f'-.Q-g1..s 'llflf Ill IIIIIH 1 nllllllillu l lrmlw- .pfafrs , , .,r,ig5,.Q 'I N43 -- . 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Cantata practice begins. Everybody counting time until hol- idays. "Foots" 111akes regular visit on Washington St. Cantata practice at church. All given special permission to see Cantata. Xmas spirit aids in Exams. 17. Several boys announce their inten- tion to spend Xmas at Tech. 18, Addis decides to work in town. HOLIDAYS. HOLIDAYS. HOLIDAYS. JANUARY Smoke reports great time Xmas. Mr. White returns much "bettered" by his vacation. Classes seem more boresome than ever. Many hungry for ilrst timeg reserve food supply getting low. Menees takes tirst bath this year. Snow-Perry Clark gets up early. "Bum," "Cat,', and "Smoke" honor S. S. with their presence. President informs "Foots,' that he will have to do free labor on farm. Fertilizer school in auditorium., Flu makes good start. Forest reserve picture in auditor- ium. l a 6 N GIBSON ou. COMPANY ZEROGAS TRIUMPH GASOLINE TRIUMPH MOTOR OILS AND GREASES 1 We Have Oils For Every Purpose 22115 5.15 te. I:saee ,J N la I. fx 5 S 4 E 9 K A . ? rf e n : 1,1 m ,I 1 F 9 i A u If 5 5 E E w I ! r . WHERE WE 'WORSHIP Jag. P I 1 I v I 'K M , jk ' "jQ'lf wg my -.Q.Q5.':,gZ TT' D Q A Q A pf I f i Vf .ff fu ' ,-54.3.1mfg'-,1,1:,grtL'Q,ff-F' ... it x 2 5 X I 1" , U E, , -, 1 - --I 5 , Au' f Lf X .lll.lI1iMllfl3l...1...-.....IIlHllm'....... ..: llllhinm nllllIIiIIummlllllllllllllllllmmll S 'QEW 'I . I U ? 1.wwesm.sne:1e.tz?eew.faf:.m:ez2mmeta L. f ' ' 1- - ROUGH AND DRESSED LVMBER AND SHINGLES SASH AND DOORS COMPOSITION ROOFING, IRON ROOFING. CEMENT AND PLASTER LATH. BUILDERS' HARDWARE. J. J. hoptaw g J CALENDAR-Cozitinued Library is a place for study and not for social gatherings. Tech girls defeat Baptist Academy 17 to 12. Rain, but too late to prevent S. S. and church. Gymnasium may be finished this time next year. Miss Brewer, Y. XV. C. A. Secretary, visits local organization. Boys, balld from town plays in chapel. Lights out in Boys' dorm. Sever- al boys out also. Orchestra gives concert at Vance Theatre. Everybody still religious. Otha Clark helps Mr. IVeldon vary chapel exercises. Jennings Hines announces loss of a "green freshman English text book." Jim White explains how ice is frozen. Rev. Carter, pastor of Cumberland Presbyterian church speaks in chapel Y. W. C. A. gives program. Boxing bout in basement of NVest dormitory. Anthony XVayne Sands drifts back to Tech. "Foots" visits in Conway. FEBRUARY Science Club party at Mr. Steven- son,s. Few attend S. S. Flu doing well. Male quartet sings in chapel. NH-1 fumes fill main, but of course classes continued. "Foots', and "Bum" hold free box- ing bout'???? Arkco-Agrians take program to Hec- tor. 2 5' 1 T ,,.?r9'f 4 Ok S ktff t Qi, '1I,P'IH1" ..' '7451--' ,su I u ,Y 7 - ff 1 U 1 . -' A,mr4lm!HIHIll..im.l1....IIlllnml!.....,. . nm...., ..lIll Ililluw... ullmlilllllazmlltnt . . do ,, , A - SF7f"?a:? 3ifz : ' A L ' -1 - Z R rattan , -. . A EA 1' f A f N TH E ROYS STORE A. A. JACKSON 8: SON The place to get what you want when you want it. Horses and Mules bought and sold the yezu' round. GARDEN, GRASS AND FIELD SEEDS 125 different kinds of Plow Points. A Farm Tools-Repairs of All Kinds i 1 PHONE 101. RUSSELLVILLE, ARK. HUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS X, ,UT lc 1 ffl z Y f I' V N l r FOR YOUR OME-WHEN YOU BUILD Only The Best Materials Are Good Enough. LET US SERVE YOU THE ARKM LUMBER YARDS QUALITY T SERVICE ,'i: JK ,X , 'wg' gv 'fr ss c ffsjvlfe f fvvzv - e 'Elm Agvnznla e ' B i" t lhv 'l"' iii xi 1.fi7gg1c' I of ' s-fJ.-.fm..vEf-- - 4-4 ' fl.Qii?i"xii.w-5211 laik:-EiisnzglihiiiilkfGnlltiflkiixi ' Q ifsi'l5ie2v'.'Qht4iV'iJ1 1:55'fi-''va's"lSQH.'SfLflfiiigii1.F" S 1' l ' es . "ff -. fs v i . 51' I I. X X X X :K '11 Q.. -K Illllllmmllllilunlllnlllllllllllllllbi.-nu tnlmn .. ?fj mlm lllllllllluumtlllll Illlllllllllllllllutgffil-fi , 4101 'l Willl 'J P M t X f l -Y -lu 7 fnlifllllll 'fi " if " .. T . 'Y LM X I .sew 7..1f1'.f'v5lre..-':msa:" 1- "f..T's N A 7 S. 9. Ill. ll. . 1? 14. 15. Ili. 17. IS. 12. CALENDAR-Colzlinued Flu continues, with Mr. Armstrong the last vietiln. Criterion Quartet at Vanceg every- body olT. Exams. Many study for tirst time since Xmas. Erma Lee says that Cfillllllllllg doesn't pay. , National Guard inspectiong holiday for girls. Iloward Burton again graces cani- pus after having "ilued." College seniors strut rings. Mr. Turrentine calls for nlaterial for ininstrel. Music Club program at Vance Thea- ter. Senior play practice starts. Agri Club gives program in chapel. Steve lieasoner holds audience spell bound with poetry. Mr. Casey refuses to play piano in chapel. Ava Bradley White sings in chapel. Still dillieult for some to get in be- fore taps. Boys' basket ball teain goes to State Teachers' College. The Caudle trio entertains in chapel. Judge Bullock talks on patriotism. Mr. tlaudle continues to vary chapel exercises. Orchestra plays in chapel. Arkco-Agrians hike to Norristown mountain. Street forgets to go to church. MAHCII Minstrel practice well under way. Baseball practice begins with large turn-out. NVhen will the new Gym be finished? Spring! everything looking green, including some of the students. 1 Q J 6 5 Betsg Ross Coffee 4 1 x -ENJOYS CONSTANT FAVOR THROUGH CONSISTENT FLAVOR! PLUNKETT-JARREL GROCER CO. tyera? 1 7 i ' "2"Y' EEE"E'7E5F?:E:?EEEEEEEEEi??? '-'ff'f' 55:2 fr- 'ix T . ' Q2 ...' EQ 2 4 SKF Ig I Sf 'YW' E z A mul u,m:3-:.- V, K 1 --od" I 'gy . , ll L I I L O4 L J e L ,4,,,V'L - 3533-.1mIIImlHIIIIIL.n...uI...1IIIIhmI!....... H. , nu m.... .1IllIIaIIu.m.. III IIIIIIIIIIMUQILW -XSLT f': h' T 7 f- ' 'EQQQEEZE -' Q ' L TE5 '-'zn'--P x ' hlh,!"' -1-5: :ir 5 X . 6 The New Store TNI RUSSELLVILLE'S LEADING QUALITY STORE FEATURES JOHN B. STETSON HATS JNO. C. ROBERTS SHOES VVILSON BROS. SHIRTS ELY-XVALKER DRY GOODS FRAT CLOTHES CINDERELLA and TOPSY HOSE SELBY FINE SHOES for LADIES ROYAL SOCIETY PRODUCTS The New Store "THE STORE OF QUALITY" RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS '31 ra? .Gb 1 y 11,1 ' WO" . A 'S , vz2ff"'f"6Z?2 Kl1ix" "" " lk 2 -ILHW. E., .. - Y-- i . A -f 3 ,,,.!'Lf A illlrlilflm rlwllllmlululll lllIlQ......---Thlnllillnn... lllliiinm ...nllllIl3lIuuu1IIllllllIlllIIllIIMulLIu5g f"R ""9"u ' S. . ' iii:- -...-. NE7: , ,. , ff 7' f "- 4 .1 'N BRACY BRCJS. HARDWARE CO. WHOLESALE SPORTING GOODS, CROCKERY HOTEL EQUIPMENT 513-515 Main, Little Rock. Q. 9' . N n A J. M. Campbell J. F. Hays THE FAMOUS BAKERY DRS. CAMPBELL 8: HAYS PHYSICIANS and SUHGEONS Phone 651 HUSSELLVILLE, ARK. xt 7 WE BAKE FOR TASTE K N WE STRIVE TO PLEASE W. P. SCARLETT, B. S. M. D. Special attention to internal medicine and laboratory examination. T I 7 ' l I , Office Phone 444. eel gout patronage is appreciated. Home phone 265' Renfrow Building. Q 7 Q A U in YJ? I 7 'irfrrtzrzrfrrfrrtfzrlrzl2112222Irfivrffffi1f11""1-'FY Y' Ziff, A K 'ng 'TE-52555 SElT1"" 'iii ::r:5?35535:5355 5r5'555'i" Q2 ,...., . Q, . ,ll sz vinznlffk ' S i if 1. .. do-" "'V I , " 323' if-f"'55.'-hh' Q .241-F-..i X f mfs' 4. ,fy In Il Y 7747 ,f X4 sgrg'IilllilillmiiiiilunlllnuIlulIiiiiinIlIi..m.t -nhlllllllllmm. ....,. .. , Illffriluuuu ...lllmiililllullxlllil -'fhlifivti ,, " -' 'Y fag, X-if-QW:-. if- -:Q ff - -.2 :A :' . , -1 -. .... f l f- J , ..n. ........- ,ffl 11,-.1:5,--5: My A f LN CALENDAR-Colztinued 5. Revival of Music Club. 23. Coach introduces Douglas Hill. 6. Boys' quartet sings at Baptist church. 24. The four grumbles make public ap- 7. Mr. Tucker has charge of chapel. ff'1'0UC9- ' 8. Splendid Chapel prograln. 25. Spfcifll Cdibloll O1-.rrubfl AgI'iCO121e. 9. Mr. Bone, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, visits PHDCI' Staff 111 DUUIC- on Tech campus. 26. Y. W. and Y. M. delegates off to con- 10. Discussion group very interesting. ff'1'flT1C9- 11. Tech's standard to remain unchang- 27. Lunches served in D. S. depart- ed. ment. 12. Agri Club enjoys outillg- 28. Mumps make another informal ap- 13. Music and expression pupils in re- pmmnceu eita. .J . h , 14. Everyone falls in line. h9' is el 15. Minstrel practice at 6:30. 30' winter 'lgam' . 16. "End" men at 4. Everyone at 6:30. 31- P12115 111300 f0l' Al3l'1l f001- 18. Dress rehearsal at theater. APRIL , Q 19. Minstrel scores big hit. Much tal- 1- Slllilll boys DIHY IJVHCUCHI Joke- Cnt displayed- I 2. Senior play makes a big hit. 20. Arkco-Agrlan social. 3 H- Y F 5 I , A sl f 1 21. Tromboues feature in band concert. ' 03105 . fffteltdlns DU O0 22. Mr. Stevenson addresses "vacant H111 1 els' lots." 4. Union revival great success. Q V f, N lA MASSEY HARDWARE COMPANY A. J. BOWDEN CLEANER Shelf and Heavy Harware O PHONE 109 4'- MOM 'S' WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED PHONE 182 Russellville, - - Arkansas 5 J 1 5 . K 521 5 Q I .... ....... e " I ' 7 CONGRATULATIONS FROM POPE COUNTY REAL Eh A 1 if '.irliialllilllllIl' IIIIIII5... nl.. i 1' A , ill lim .nn mlllmnnlvl f, ff - ' 'f v-- ' 2- 2.14-71 hgy, ,y-fi .Lfff 'mf 'QU X . If -4, ' c. .f o 'FC Q4 msn et - A N I 111111519 Q X . . X . '. 1 ' 1" I 5 , 1, - 1: f fi - 4' - i V HJ -f - . 1 , Lp 'K I umllmllnl III .H 1 nm. IIII nl-mn .1 I 1 , X ,, gr "L I .4 xuiu X 1' 2 W 'i' v W X W 1 7 -" 3 lr A nt fvxf. A?T"" SQ: If in aqnrhij 'I , I , Irffllainl I ,mm,f.iIlni,1. 01 f F 6 N OLD GRADUATES Wu, being oltl Sturtt-nts. makes us close to this institution than probably w would ordinarly bc. BEST NVISHES FOR PRESENT AND FUTURE PROSPERITY I. 9 ESTATE CO. SEE US FOR- INSURANCE Ten of thc- largcst Old-Lino Companies Rcprcscntccl. Wo are thc Strongest Loaning Company f In The County. X. ,, Wt- Specialize in Farm Loans. WE SELL noon THINGS TO EAT!! RYE GROCERYX , FARMERS STATE BANK RUILW PHONE 107 Main St. Torrcncc St. ff' RUSSELLvn.LE, ARKANSAS x U' g A 1 f X, f PARLETT BROS., INC. WHOLESALE ONLY WRAPPING PAPER. PAPER BAGS, TOILET TIS TE, CORD- AGE, SCHOOL SUPPLIES, SCHOOL BOOKS. STATIONERY f. Distributors of HY-GRADE SCHOOL SERIES TABLETS- The Prc-niium School Series. XX,......-- X ' X LITTLE ARQCILXTARIIANSAS 620-6.221 East :MilI'kITHIl1'SIl'C'0l. X ''ff'iiEEi5'f?E5E'F'I1Ej1EiEE'f:?T7''3"ffE .rr ' P "l iz: ff ' ' l 6 fs T nz vnrn EI S ?: Jlbnpxl k ,f 'Y - .-"Q, ,Q 1' 'ff '7" 'JL -TNTiEEEilf::rx4-AfzrlZigzzfe -ff p' 5 ' Jihag' -qi QQ SQ.:--.-F 'ImlIl!IMlmlu.TIIl11:Illnlllulllllmful.. -uhllllllllnfnm. .,.. Tf fm. . qilililm-nn ....I nl1llum'llumllllllvlllullgbllg , u Wh 'Q I ,, ,..,.- "' -Ifhiii li " ' ' -i X- fy-57, -7 ., I-.L Lf ' . 5' L ' - - . 7Jl1!'? iT1'.fif-I"q?4Ef'!l'ifIA51-5-in-iff r.,.f 4, T 1 A K, "EQ?FggifzgzE156:lEiZ2iEilffk42.imfafv5ti1Hfi2':Fqkaada9551?151112:f.?:::f311!:li'L'L'AETI'-21153 R l!! X 1' ily 13 ,A 1 v THE AVVFUL FOUR N GIFTS THAT LAST THE STORE THAT STUDENTS PREFER -It has been proved that C. S. Sheppard and students work hard! The joys of each are the joys of both! i -That's why class rings, insignia and trophies are purchased here. fHundreds of other things, too!J C. S. SHEPPARD THEJEWELEP. I Q U' 315' ' 'iiigf 'jff ' Q, r.,..... X Q 2 msn 'l"' TL I. 'Hi' ,-. ..- -W 2 ffugyff lllhIlllIlfIlm5lI...1lII'I:null IIITHLN... -Jl!lIuIlllI....., ,.., ' -Q llll dnm . Illlllllzlluuuunllll lllllllllwulll ' V1 " m5i7:"- i. ' l' I 7 n X-ff 15,5-- EELS - E-5 ...wr 1 ,27? - E L Lt . I w as-:Q-YWTEF 3-mr.,,f'f , ,:.. gi.4"',.:f:---I:-n... +" ,-Wlfi"P.? i,1 ., :Ef f ' Ig --fWI-wM7f'n"1dwfmnw-rfrfmvrswi.A341613!'-iffixafmt-?arA5Ir1.I:f3l!42HMiwiI1fS fr N BERRY'S STYLE SHOP AN EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE MILLINERY LADIES DRESSES AND COATS LADIES SILK UNDERWEAR. If there is alzyihing in Novelties You Will F STYLE SHOP BERRY'S ind it at u C '5 L Dr. D. D. Hunt Lulu Hunt NORTH SIDE DRUG STORE DRUGS, DRUGGIST SUNDRIES AND TOILET ARTICLES EVERYTHING FRESH AND NEW Russellville, Ark. W OGLESBY FEED STORES CO. HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND MEAL Russellville, Ark. S J 0 REMEMBER BERRY THE TAILOR Gives you a first class fit before he finish- es the garment, insuring you of real tail- oring fro1II 21 real Tailor Over Bank of Russellville E U m PHONE 17 .yi , -fi--1 QS' 'A H -AA Q? Irirui I 'J er "WV Ni," A 4 tl - X ' j Gi 1 y Ghz A msn at A 1 '?. 5 til' ff f .- I - g I e 'ff . ,jg -I... X -Lx J-f i J- N . F f 'f ln: I h gif 'f, ggi''IIIIlhllzlullt...nm:uHnlmlII:il........ V-h illlhum .tullllil uniIllIlllIIltIli1IlHM'!Iu-- .6 ,sf-tj - 1 X.. W y -Q 5 54' -iebfff-?:' A t,m5g,g3,,,5gg-,aggggqmm!-:gg1fg51yyqg,L4t,'5gi,L, 42 S .V ,-'f:..:..f fmez-nf-.nm'l:':htm-a..::.+3.a..-,,-fr..-.-mm.....-4... .,.. ....f Hz.. ar.-... , N CALENDAR-Contizzued 5. General permit to attend revival. 20 Still some vacant lots. I K 6. "Foots" contracts mumps. Mr. Cas- 21 MV- Young relates hls cxpcrlcnce In ey out again. track' . , . , 22 In readiness for field meet. Great 1. Mr. Peacher makes educational talk l in Chq ml results expected. N cl ' 23 Track meet. 8. 'lech plays Teachers on muddy field. 24 Pape.. and Annual Staff banquet- 9- TCCII D1-HYS T0HCh0l'S- 25 Bush visits church. 10- 5Ci0HC9 Clllb H511 fl'3'?? Htlill- 26 Seniors give books first and last go- 11. Mystery sermon. ing Over, 12. No chemistry lab for rest of year! 27 Uh, Thggg QX31115! 13. Fort Smith Twins arrive for two 28 Only one we-ck more! games. 29 Did you get hy? 14. "whiff didih0Yhf1VC'f0F bl'02lkf1lSt7,' 30 Piano and voice pupils in recital. "Dunno, I slept too." MAY 15. Agri Day. 1 Heading contest. 10. Dwight Stl'Ol1pC zll'I'lV6S Ofl H1116 Xvith ,, Baccalallrcglte sermon, text hook for first time during the 3 Declamation contest. year. 4 Last chance for special. 17. Band and Orchestra annual picnic. Old students arrive. 18. "Foots', and Jim get in before taps. Alumni banquet. 19. Seniors given last private confer- 5 Degrees and diplomas awarded. ence. Farewell to dear old Alma Mater! Q A N WHAT SHALL IT PROFIT A MAN If he earns big wages but saves none of it? If he gets money only to let it master him? lf his pay envelope he fat and the paying off of debts makes it flat? If he hides his money under his pillow and is robbed of all hc has saved? If he builds an imposing financial structure and fails to put a protecting roof over it? If opportunity knocks at his door and he has no money saved to accept her invitation? If he gains the only woman in the world and has no safe fin- ancial prospects too offer her. If he gains a fortune and loses the vision of usefulness and re- sponsibility which it entails? lf he lays by a fortune for his children and fails to see that they are trained in thrift? lf he wastes his money and then wastes his time wondering why he was ever so foolish! FARMERS BANK AND TRUST CO. RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS 1 y J in IJ? Qi .... J 9 4 +L I j Yjjji7!ll1"- 1: . , Y 1 f ' 01 . A 'Elm A vxwla f I wr A ' f 1- ' 1 fmmw milf L - I1 I - f ff -unllllwlllll Hlllmnm Iualllllllllnm, .... W llllfminnl l. ..nIIHHlIHlI llIlm l!IIIIIHmImLlll5:jZ'Fg?'Ri- T-. , Aw w." " 1 Zh- -7 9 L-4 -'vw err ? 1 ' . A. - ,-.. . 11, .f2,ff.'? 2. Z.a1+1AuIf2eA,aIIA4a'm1Ir.:IA4:2mM-. .. i-EL I 1 3 i I I TO Sarisfyd That Irresist- able Spring Urge-- 'SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF BASEBALL, GOLF, TENNIS, FISHING AND ATHLETIC GOODS I f , 1 J. T. LLOYD COMPANY 311 Louisana St. Little Rock X 9 f 5 6 5 He who can do well the work the world FROM A FRIEND CF needs holds the key to success-- THE COLLEGE The law Of success is business training. WHYTE COMMERCIAL SCHOOL I 6 H. R. VVHYTE, President tl-rifgisi-.RX ,TI ,... ,..f---'- .,,-f-HTTH.'C?YU'Dll.I,. Expert Accountant AWGN? I . . fjfg ll," 21015-21215 LOIIISIZIIIH Street '--. ....., Bxgqh ,,,.. --- 'I LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS PHONE 4-4095 POSITIONS SECURED Q 7 Q A 7 .IJ cw ''::F5?553E5533f5?EEE53EEEEEEE55EEEE1':ff??EEEE1"' 1-'fif 25.255521 I 1':3f3555g35551-'-' 'I gif i"'5,,:I '-79153::zgggggqgggggzk5g5g:::-- -- f ' Q3 LIILI 6 x vf +125 ' K fi 'ef M. Q.EsQ1innf..,, K Hifi.. I 6 'Wifi N... H ,eb-R ig f' "lx, I .gr I ' A - rx -e-Lf M4, e if AA f - .-.f - Sbwff' 'nllllIlmllllHlIl...nlnmumallllInff...... . ull '...u ....nI!lIllIIlummIllI IIIIIIIIIMHQM.. WR:-,Qxx , .-' 'QT' , xr 7 -l ' ' ' 'EQ ff:,A S, ff " ' L ,- Z ' mt.w. , lmikwmfzammmxunmrmw -. ., 2 - ,Ns j get OUR FOUR HORSEMEN N JACKSON-LEMLEY MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED DEALERS it L!. Chevrolet Cars and Trucks, Goodriclf Tires and Exide Batteries Drive-in Station, Repair Service, Storage. Phone 555 Russellville, Ark. R U ee ee i e i e ei 2 msn EI f "'mfIv"' , X 1 I 'Z' if rfmmw mil 5 . 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NORWOOD REALTY COMPANY WE SELL THE EARTH Farin and City Loans All kinds of Fire Insurance have bargains in both City and Farm Property - , N Burr Walthall Euel Walthall PERSONAL SERVICE Means a lot to Ford owners when you have your work done at our place, you get our personal service, which is guar- anteed, that the work is done right by the best mechanics, not only in Pope County, but the entire South, NVQ use only the best parts that money can buy, which insures you the best ser- vice possible. WALTHALL BROTHERS Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors Phone 338 Russellville, Ark. Russellville, Ark. The Ark. Tech The Walthall Bros. ' it gl . F u in 145' 'X 4 vu .D J f T m,l,Fkilil.- .... , X R , 5rts1!ffn,f I f Q ' , mg, ,X , fs .f f Ivmllg. E, Y ,-IL: , if ' r ,gm:1 iv:hv if dllzllllll Yuunlnlmml Illll........ .,.nInmIn..,.... ...... :.1.. .. i1lllm..u.. :....uIlllllfIIummIlII lIIllIIlIIM,,nu,5,.mN-rx ,,,..y..,-sit x D.: ,. , 7 y f ' ' ' T335 S?fii4?fi . , l ,...z. ,,,, '- A-4 A l f 4.,1. -.-,. ,f'?nil5'5i..Q--,Z--2 21 1 X 1. Jokes C. B.: "How old is Miss Brown- doesn't she claim twenty-five?" Sid: "Dunno what she claims, but at her last birthday party, when they lighted the candles on her cake, five people were overcome by the heat." Perry Clark: "Mr, Weldon, how many grades of milk are there," Mr. VVeldon: "Grade A, certified milk, and plain milk. Why do you want to know?" Perry: "I'm drawing a cow, and I want to know how many faucets to put on her." Steve Reasoner had discussed the sub- ject of andidotes at a society meeting. Most of the remedies included an emetic followed by salts or oil. Arvle Bennett, who was critic, offered the following re- port: " 'Twas an excellent discussion of antidotes, and seemed to be rather moving as about six or seven left during the discussion." Beth: "But I don't weigh 180 pounds. I weigh only 135 pounds." Kap: "Very well! Have your own weigh my dear." f N THE TECH CONFECTIONARY EVEYTHING GOOD TO EAT SCHOOL SUPPLIES YOUR PATRONAGE APPRECIATED Xfera? .... 500 Il -P w. -J Q + ff rnnl III! ,O - - - J O . we -, 2.11---I: 'IIIIIIIIIIIII Iwllllnnlmlll Illllm... --fhllllllllmw. .. .. IIIIfIEmn IIIHIIIflIIII1lIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIhr fffixflk .. fv:'7Z'a-26:1 W 5 i if 'J' Y rflfysggi'-: ? ' hi--. ,, ,fy-'gn 1 , 55, Xfllfi. ,if ., l 14 '2.lL.Q? i 1--f- 55? L. - 'W L ngdw- -1 :lf-1, .f2,ff.'fhm--sfqfhjikf f.n.y51+!:u.wafzsmemgcmmeilizmllimL.. - J Iff--ft-flfiwel-Triuuafviksmwvellssivkawfwifgftfalztl'elfcmfllslmrfvianlllsa1f:fSI1!4sEMiwf..Lr:s' 6 N COMMUNITY THEATRE E. H. BUTLER, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. WHERE SERVICE AND QUALITY PREDOMINATE BETTER PICTURES SHOWN AT THE COMMUNITY-Ab XVAYS A PERSONAL SELECTION OF OUR PICTURES "Clean Amusement to the Human Mind is Like Sunshine To The Flowers" XVe are at your service at all hours-Call us and you'll get it. 119 Main Street. Russellville, Ark. in ra? ul I T Qi . .. I., E N M -T- A, ,, 1?--' 1 A .47 xx 4, ,, - f ,A,., w ,--I f -E , bn M: - fr., - .,:::. 1 'imp - ki - ,, Aff Q X 2' x Eimi W EXHQWEIYFHEW ww i n R NA i cg! , MAHJZZ Jyjg' if -.QR I -lull -u. mf-x A ww -1+ 4 Y J f N , 4,4 ir ' 51 ' S1 Elf" - E Q Fif,2f"52Lif35l 1155 A , :lffEE?E?. 5E,?, ,,?f?EEi :i A ,., : I :l i: 4,,, ,i, I, , Z:E A Q? ...:i,:Q :l -1' I '5hzA mvznlft AII I -. -, - , - -fp-f-LL-EA - , M 1 IW TY Y , Q +L I! 9 Zag 55 - 'H f 1,1 "?J1'F-5' xx gl' ' ,jf A I " 'G 4 'Iwi - ' ' f , I9 4' V Ifkuuu' Illlly u 7 Y-- 4 1 ' f f f -,. ' 'I My QA..--X llllllllm Ilmlvllmllul Ilillm... -1.hlllJIIIlln...,,,.. 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" He is also equipped to repair all makes ' and to furnish supplies or rentals. PRICES AND CATLOGUE FREE UPON REQUEST l11f2lI'1I1f2lCIlIl'Q 1I13kCS it possible to hack ,these fans with a 5-ycaf factory guaran- ICC. ' TREAIQWYQSFY ELECTRIC CO. 1 4LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Wholesale Only YOUR LOCAL DEALER HAS THEM eg '1 e A 1 X21 YJ? O S'OS2f 1f- N I0 E!! Lv! l e '1- , -.- 1Q X if X QE fe esesss .?2?'ffj H COL. HENRY STROUPE President Board of Trustees Moll p 5, vf if jll Q f 'Ghz A nftnlzfk hu IIA'-'r"" 'X' ' I '33---X' X B , f "U , 41. A i ixtfif, , -Y " - f s. mq,m":'g'1IllIllmlHllmlu,.I1,,,,q,,,1lIIllHlIif,,,,,, ,,fhl, .1lIII..mm, .unllllllulllluunullll llllllllllmulllufg. X -E 'qty t 13' Y. , : i - J l ' " ? gliilfi "GM " L l g . fmqtn f ' 1? L .t f s, - 'si fx 1. 4 I. FuEss.Hol.1.1s at KIRKPATRICK. Lincoln ,Ord mam CARS-TRUCKS 'TRACPORB RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS Offers its loyal support to all activiities of Ark- ansas Tech, an institution maintained for the ed- ucation of this district's young people. This organization is maintained for the economical distribution of automobilers and tractors to Rus- sellville and Pope County people. LINCOLN--FORD--FORDSON INC Q r QSEYJI? I I 5 Q, atai " r' '.1..,, -. '49 , I ,ww -f' . RL X I Y, f if N wr I I f rxx'lH11 O nz msn El IQE3-:.,,, X ,A , ' 4 ' . ,E A Z ' I . Wm- ,mln 1:15 A 1 m1H, ..um.,. nfu h .911 Ep-:F-'NIIIIIIIIIII .nunllimllunl IIIII1..-1... mhlllllllnml, ,.... if- .... ..1IIlInlmun. ...ull llluulll JJL2' A I , . f .ff'.7' f. fr ' J , , , 4 , I .ATT ,1 ' ' A , , I 1 ve if -fu' ear 'TJ' A -.,. 1'f.!..'s . .. .. . lf. 5' f L '- , - f X123 By RUSSELLVILLE PLUMBING AND I'I EATING CO. HEATING SYSTEMS THAT DO THAT SANITARY PLUMBING AUTOMATIC VVATER SYSTEMS Service That's Real F. E. CAMPBELL. PROP. PHONE 282 Coaches , 1 D 5 If 'A WEST TRANSFER H- A- MCNUTT We Haul or Move Anything . X L IY Outing Trips a Specialty SANITARY P UMB L G Day Phone 39 and Yiaht Phone 96 HEATING THAT HEATS I 6 .. Q. U g J 6 A C 'W A. J. CAISSON HOWARD GROCER Deqltist COMPANY Phone 34-69 GOOD,HOME COOKING AT MRS. HOWARD'S Russellville, Ark. Q J cn. U f 'Z I 5 Q, ssfl 55 3 Q Wil' ,373 , -ML kv I ! yifjivllf-1 1: ' .' ' , ' , 717 , ' IR I - w.. . , sf--..15f,"g5'nu ITIIIII' I IIIIHT Aim. ,, ,... 4, 1 2 .nmlmm..,umuuulmn H!L.l,.,,1,FQf g'j1fti,g ZF ' ' ' ' -' X . K" N X 3 9 II U 1 f lmmlllsku I X x lags I1 Ai j LE I R I f f X " 41 QL,,iNl:GxII+III IMIIIIIIIIIIII Illnu.. I mm Illlfhnunn . I I .6 , x " "Q 1 I-1 ,. Q 12: VT' fl-' i-! ,il :53"i.f?' ' Eval" 3. - -w "a W' ' " x.' .. . 5 II17: -if 4 l 'lffl' . FT' ""' V' N-:I Af-'H " 9, M - 1-A 1 . 1 rf 1 ff + .. .1 - I-...Q " I Wil 'Liu '.: fum, 'f' ' TW' 1 ' H1 I '-' In -1 1 ' A -I .'l'a1" M. 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' T . fi-if emit:H'-itrfbliiiiashkizfifvzfzfStFl'5'+5s4sf:'91.as 6 'A J okes Mr. Weldon: fln stock judging classl t'XYhat is symmetry. Student: An animal that is bigger at one end than at the other?" John Coleman: "If I were a wrestler. I wouldn't wear tights. I'd wear a un- ion suit." Little Foots: "How's that?" John: "In union there is strength." Mr. Buerkle: "The stars I saw last night tell me that you have quarreled with your wife." Mr. Buerkle: "The stars I saw list night told me the same thing. Mr. Smith: "Did you break this dish, X:nin?" Xzin: "No, sir. I only dropped it." Tech student: "We'll be friends to the Jim White: "Aw now, Mr. McBee, have a heart! as Mr. BlcBee: flu Soils classl "The way cotton is cultivated in the river bottoms is with a negro. a mule. and a Georgia stock. Each time farmers cultivate their cotton they use a larger sweep. Otha Clark: QA college senior! "Miz McBee, what is a sweep?" And since that time the katydids have changed their cry to, "What is a sweep? 'What is a sweep?" Prof. Tomlison to Jeff Click: "How many kinds of clover are there? Jeff: "There are two kinds. Some clover has three leaves, and some has four leaves."- Mr. Dean says. "The part of an'auto- mobile that causes more accidents than any other is the nut that holds the steer- ing wheel." H end." 2nd Tech student: "Lend me ten dol- Mr. Young: "Have you any eggs that lars. That's the end? have no chickens in them?" Howard: "Yes, duck eggs." Guide: fTen years hence at an ancient castlel "This is a moat. Are there any questions you would like to ask?" John Coleman: "Yes. How in heck could a fellow get one of those in his eye?" The General Science class was dis- cussing modern inventions. "Now," said Mr. Caudle, "Can anyone in the class tell me one thing that did not exist fifty years ago?', Lynn Askew: "Me!,' Mr. VVeldon: "James, what is pasteur- ized milk? James Matlock: "Milk given by pastur- ed cows." 99 Joe Burton: "When is the best time to marry?', Mr. Casey: if you are old, never." "If you are young, not yet: Farmer: "I am going to raise some potatoes in my garden this year? Otha Clark: tSmith-Hughes man! "I would advise against doing that. Pota- toes should be planted in hills and your garden is perfectly level." "Has your son's education helped you any on the farm?" Mr. Sands: "Well, for one thing his freakish clothes have kept the farm clear of crows." W3 . -f Qgi .J Cp S ssssmsWMsscmge3.-us-u ci Ml ,... ei .... . . . r I . ibilg A ,j 'P'3f1f""'B'5fJ?2 75 N ' X N 11,5 fr y""1z A E A IYICIZI EI ff 2 Xi Z "5 f ' 271 X ,. 'Kim-'f .v--- y -i ,, AV- 1 wwf ' 'W 1 'NIH' Il-"" A T1 -di" Q M Illllfl r umnulllll -14 .'E,1urJx'lllUIll!lI unlllmlllllll Illll-...um :uh Illllllnm, ...... .,., ff -f, .1IIllnImul. Null Tllluulvlll l ll-if'l'5y'-3 ,1mj45:::i1E M -T --W' - , ' . ' 2: rv lg gi?ZEN':"' A +" Y ' A ..-. X-W N ? .f'wY?41:5E--f'7?Zf2'l 'A , " - i. 11 lv B. B. BETHELL 8: SONS WE STRIVE TO GIVE SERVICE f SANITARY GROCERY 8: MARKET FRESH AND CURED MEATS EAT AND GROW FAT PHONE 27 JOHN CARPENTER HENRY LEWIS ' u Q-eff?" .. A A AAAAAAAAA A AAAA,A,TAAAA A A Q E E A ., O A V h' 1"" , L W . 1 x - X A X r '-- 1 Y'gE'N'v"fL TCF? ' xl- S 7 V Yvf K! . 1. , F . -Ti fw--x-L,.,f-2ff'- VL, f fx W ZZ, ,-y ,, 7, --L5 Vx 4' . Q X , X 6' X I C, J , Im.: 40 X X Kg ,-Z ?,f2?'5 2,7 ' 'Q W" V ff - lip? f-ff L ,4f T- fi" ' ' 4' Lit Yikgzu' fkffaiji f ix Il nImHUL.u.. m.ImIlun,. mm.. 2sf Tx:gJ, 1x:,f1Vfrm gr , W 7- 1,4 W J wg.. . w If X Mi x' N x ,, A - , w, -..f-fL4::,-xygngxxrfl-Zig ,:4rf,,Ai,"'-, . :ff Tm Z " . , ., K. .. L2-'17'D'lk - ,f 4, x H'l:5"iT"-if fTQJfF?3 17 'l ', 'fy' . 1' 'iU1l51.'f?:'iT'fQj.lf 'J We film A , ' ' 'A'lE9.'?f f ' kg Mi 'El i"9'94if5iff'VF H, , L x'P53m LiQEM'i5T - 3316? 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"XVell, young man,', said the smart far- mer to the city chap visiting in the coun- try, "been out to hear the haycock crow, I suppose." City chap: "No," I've been out tying a knot in a cord of firewood." Crossno: Kon school farm? "Can I get into the barn lot through that gate?,' Yarbrough: "Guess so." I just saw a load of hay go through." "XVhy do blushes creep so slowly over a Tech girl's face?" "Because if they ran they would kick up too much dust." Mr. Stewart advises his drainage class as follows: "When digging the drainage pits, be sure to dig a hole to put the dirt in." Miss Bryan: "Something happened to me yesterday that will never happen to me again if I live to be a hundred." Miss Umbaugh: "What was it?" Miss Bryan: "I was twenty-nine years old." And said Covie Kas he concluded his speech during one of the business sessions of the Agri Club? "By doing this we can kill two stones with one bird? A NENV XVAY TO KILL HOGS. Tanner: "I have been killing hogs in these dirty overalls." Virgil Highfill: "Did you sound the family about our marriage?" Alma Mosley: "Yes, and Dad sounded the worst." Jim White: COn the morning follow- ing the night when the lights went out, and he went to the showl "Say, Mr. Mc- Bee, don't you need a foreman on the f., in about Saturday." . Mr. McBee: Naw. "I am the foreman. Still though frellectingi if all the boys come to work that are supposed to, I may need one." "Bum" Day: lNVhile over on the farm during "Soils" laboratoryj "Say Conley ain't a stalk cutter one of those things that has wheels on it like a harrow?" I "What are you knitting, Prue'?" asked Miss Brown. Prue: "The other day I heard Harold say that he was afraid he would have to have a new muffler for his car, and I thought I would just knit him one." 'ES tr? 5 2 .rs f if -,J rw . R R Q 1 ' . NT, f. If--:fi A Ghz A vnznla 'nuligj I f, f' ls I 2. 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X' -a5fja"s..,- is 'l'. 1.413-f AN The Arkansas Light and Power Co. supply fifty-nine towns in the state of Arkansas, Mississippi and Louisiana with elec- tric service, with large super-power stations at Pine Bluff. Ark., Sterlington, La.. and hydro-electric plants at Renunel, Ark. We are all connected with the Arkansas Central Power Co. at Little Rock, which insures service which can not be surpassed in the country. THE ARKANSAS LIGHT AND POWER CO. RUSSELLVILLE, ARKANSAS 9 r 5 n N -FIRE -LIFE EAT AT WARREN'S SODAfCANDlES-SANDWICHES WCASUALTY -AUTOMOBILE Tables for Ladies and Gentlemen BEST COOK-BEST COFFEE Depezzdfzble for Fifteen Years Reuleniber XVarren's f Day and Night ' , T INSURANCE MAIN STREET Russellville, Arkansas L A 9 ui - J -sl wg .TTTT y . , 6 Q AL , N S i j lg"j,zf71ff,,, S 2 mm zz . illllilellsl lt....un..:nmii IIull'1....... -ifhlllllllll-ut.. .. ,.... ' , uliwuti. .nllllil'ummItlllllllllll.1:IIllll!',lu., 1.,.,,?fE "'?.g,i:t " f' f xv- - O " - T get" f : is l Ltai-HrsfwisdshazvemtiktarearalmsstvttizaL, J' T -' ' 5 Jokes Mabel Stone: fln D. S. lab.l "Oh, I Mary Scott: "I have had news for wish these recipes would be more defin- you. Jap," itQ,,, Jap: "What is it?" Miss Umbaugh: "What's the difficulty Mary Scott: "I visited a fortune tel- now. 1ny dear'?,' ler this afternoon and she told me that I Mabel: "This one tells how to use up was going to marry a handsome manf' . - ' 3 ga ' ' l old potatocs, but it does not S15 how o d PROOF the potatoes must be. . . Q V , N , , Virginia XX eldon: "Mamma, you dont , COP: HQ". YOU Cmlt S011 Hllffhlllg intend for us to go to school on Sunday, llt this town without a license!" d ,Ou.,,, ' - 4 " ' lllinff hooks! "Oh O 5 - - Lum Fofm' KSC i' ' , ' Mrs. XX eldon: "But, dear, this IS not that's all right. I havent sold anything Sumlavf, yet' V111 lust P"f'Ct'C1u9'n Virginia: "Mamma, I know it is Sun- lst Typewriter student: "Your neck day." reminds me of a typewriter." Mrs. Weldon: "What leads you to be- 2nd Typewriter student: "How so?" lieye that this is Sunday?,' lst Typewriter student: "Under- Virginia: "I know it is because Dad- wood." dy has just taken a bath and shaved." Q L AGRICULTURAL IIYDRATED IAIDIE Hydrated Lime is mechanically slacked quicklime. Physical- ly, it is the ideal liming material, as it is a flour-like powder oi extreme fineness, is entirely and immediately water soluble, thereby rendering maximum efficiency as a Corrector of soil acidity, and is an essential plant food element. POLAR BEAR Hydrate weighs half as much as pulverized stone and, being a pure form of lime, is four times as effective. Packed in 50 pound paper bags, it is the most economical material to unload, haul and distribute. Write for our latest bulletin on the frequent application of light dosess of lime immediately before seeding. Prices I quoted upon request. Large plant facilities and immediate shipment. BATESVILLE WHITE LIME COMPANY Batesville, Al-kansas X' 9- 1 5' I 3 Q2 ...:.E.f Q ,Era , .g,r1W' A-'I ':.l,S U HQ,-. :Eff--.flnlIIIIIIIIIIII' I Illlll Ig. .nuwnl I mlnII u ,.f E-'fl wwQl - -1- - I .- -, - A ,- - e-22a 'Girl'-' IV' M - I - 1-1 '- w i' '-I1 '- " 'I + is TX I , If-I ' ' , , N I f o If OO nz msn at Q QW!! I I: M , I! 1 M? Lf I, ' I ulnllllllllnl Ilxlnn.. I nm K- Ill n mlll ,II I II I , X ZZ" ' 'J 'NURS L , qt . :WI -, I "1 X W . S. , ' Am 'g f , ,J... -'Ii 'Qi' ' -I ff'-I 1 n I 1 " . 2: 1 rffgnh-a.I::,Ilygvsxuvzgim 6 RUSSELLVILLE PRINTING CO. PRINTERS-PUBLISHERS-STATIONERS WE PRINT MORE SCHOOL ANNUALS THAN ANY PRINTING PLANT IN ARKANSAS OUR EQUIPMENT AND YVORKMEN ARE THE BEST ENGRAVING LITHOGRAPHING OFFICE SUPPLIES L' 7 n n 'F JACK SMALLWOOD. JR. BUSH CALDWELL SPoR'r- ATTORXEY-AT-LAW ING GOODS CO. Bank of Russellville Bldg. SPECIAL PRICES TO SCHOOLS Russellville, Ark- ON ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT Q Q 6 '5 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J' H- A' BAKER ATTORNEY-AT-LAXY Little Rock, Ark. Russellville, Ark. Q 9 L- 1' .JJ - 1314? LSSSLSS, LSSS , eAA I 3 . KL W A if vw" it A T - - 4. N '."" ,. ' XJ: VL- '1 .ff E PICK! Ei E sf .A+ fi? y. ' Li-1-ff-W - 1- gl, lull f5:ivF4l,,-elif 1 "'--...Fi"1lll,IiIflI:iiiii' mmnnii IIIIIAL.,-... mliulllllu... ....... im1nl'Illl -rlliiiu Ilumllil lii :HIM ,gJl'r9f9'9-. if 4-4:-'gi'-L ..,xL ,X Iulli A , V Y K U - lf xr '14, F. , 1 7 -4, ,QQ 'L 1. FK l 5 ,U 4 , X yy? L - 1- 6- -5?P4ii" gt5'1' H - " - .. rvifit m-.ri.r.. .fq45:l'dfffuZ1if" -Q' ,Z ' 4 , 1 f .'5'7''1'f'f1iff77'h?Q?.!L5lziEih"'l5'f15!'iH"-Si'a'1.3'kfSfiiR!'-,'H:,fGfi'ui?.i1F7HT4:lh7..:f 2-Ja-.'ifL1ri'f-1.1 f The first animal "Dad's Day" was observed at Tech in 1924, and it was so successful that announcement was made at that time that it would become a regular annual event. When the dads arrive thev are re uired to register. At .. D this time they receive a badge of green bearing the gold in- scription, "My Son's Here," or 'ily Daughter's Here," as the case may be. The boy and the girl who has no dad wears a white carnation throughout this day. That Dad's Day is growing in popularity is evident by a much larger enrollment of parents this year. While the occasion is called "Dad's Day? mothers are also included in the invitation and many mothers accompany their husbands. 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Wabash College HISTORY AND ATHLETICS ig YJ? l T Q9 N... -?-fq-!Q- I fav, , XA V ff by-:Q '5 x B IYIUU EI - I ---' 'Q rrnn w 5 J ., NQWIHIIIIHIIH n...1zmmmlH Irll1....... :mlmmn....... ...... gix g, lIl .h...u.. -...nllllllillummIIll1lIlIllIIIlMUlg1y,:,f I 9' 'ffihxf ' " ' ' ig W 4 r 'W ':'E,'i77' nn, V 4 Y S 1-1-sa--- :Q ." 1..H ---5:-' -f'5VifHi7'55"F3 , 24 J 'A ctr 4' Xl 'Z' MAHVIN NVILLIAMSK IN BAND AND UliCHES'l'HA MRS. J. G. MUSE Cizzcinnali Conservatory MUSIC MILIJliIiD SHOPTAW DI'ClIIfl1llJl1'S Business College ASSISTAT SECRETARY NUHA BROWN, I.. I. A rkcuzsas State Teachers ASSISTANT ENGLISH I S J? -J l T - 531. Q, la I. fx 5 S 4 E 9 K A . ? rf e n : 1,1 m ,I 1 F 9 i A u If 5 5 E E i i I me A vnznlzfw f--.., , ,. 1 wi. ' . ' e . x f-- 4.. . '3F'5'??'-- -: 'l" Y , R , 4 X! Y, ' 24? N ff x 111 , Q , ., A , f I , lb I If S x' 1 2- , ,."' 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Q , , - "4 .a x----1 -' - . i f ' B L-- " ' 1-41.412 3 i n 4--if- " ' . '1. V 1 -I -- 1-- 1. ? H" 3.1, "- '7"' ' ' Yet' 1 '-H ' A 4- 71,-4.f? wI...h H ,fi 1.i,'. fi lv. , 4- J A r 4"" I In it ' 'ri GP' 1 'LUN fvfilndlimiplg hifi'-lu' ri 'L 1 I xi," 7' L' ifiV:':'iivT 'Q'-4:'.J1"f:.-Fasiff.----5 Board of Trustees in--11St5:I5!i5iii'5-Ji, Every great enterprise must have some one to direct its course. No matter how small the work there must be a direc- tor at the helm. The course is not determined by the leader, but it follows in a large measure. The leadership of the Arkansas Polytechnic College is in the hands sof the Board of Trustees, consisting of five mem- bers, viz: Col. Henry Stroupe, J. B. Paine, O. H. Wilson, J. L. Lieb and .lohn E. Chambers. Colonel Stroupe, of Paris, is a man of much experience and high ideals. He has served as president of the board for a num- ber of years. Colonel Stroupe has had the interest of the school at heart and has put forth much effort in behalf of the institu- tion. Mr. Paine, of Van Buren, is one of the oldest members in point of service. He has served continuously as secretary of the board since his appointment. Mr. Wilson, a successful farmer and business man is the local representative of the Board. Mr. Lieb, of Bentonville, represents the remotest section ofthe district. He is a farmer and one ofthe pioneer members. Mr. Chambers, of Danville, is the new man and the latest addition to the Board. He was appointed last year to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mr. Hill. We are very grateful to these leaders for their administra- tive ability. We are proud of the fact that we can call these sincere men the pilots of the institution. Now that we have a four-year college course, we trust that the Board will bend its efforts toward the standardization of the course. in 4 Nl I W J .tl s.- Q, . ,, i W . 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Since Arkansas is located in the center of a dis- trict producing an abundance of raw material, and since it has favorable labor and fuel conditions, it is an ideal location for textile mills. It is the purpose of the Textile School to teach men and women to assume the supervision of these mills when they are built. It is also hoped that the school will stimulate an interest in bringing other industries to the state. South Carolina and Georgia have similar institutions, and they have proved to be of much value. After the appropriation was made, a committee of three men was named to locate the school. Having carefully studied conditions at all four of the Agricultural Colleges, the commit- tee came to the conclusion that Arkansas Polytechnic College at Russellville offered the best advantages. After further preliminaries, work was started on the build- ing. It is now nearing completion, and is an imposing work of architecture in point of both service and beauty. J 1 3 0 -A:.f.f:...f.::f:. efqffffffaz- -':--:ffae-feefe: ' "'r ..121' Q, e. . any Wesef' HOWARD BURTON, B. S. Hickory Plains, Ark. Graduate S. D. A.: Persident Sen- ior Classg Agri Clubg Science, Club: Student Librariang Arkco-Agrian So- ciety: Federated Music Clubg Glee Club' Y M C A Editor of , .... 1 - Agricola: Sgt.: Battery "Fug Track. 4'rE N nas? r 4 eo fb' C 0' N' 9 tw' 'we to 5' H 3 n 1 Z ' EP 5 0 Q 1 fn .za quo fo P '4-+L 9, Q i925 He has been the popular president of the class of '26. He possesses the traits of a. genius: a man who has made history for his school, and stamped his name on the '26 Walls. of fame. A student who regards eficien- cy as the iirst step to success. "By his works ye shall know him." ' ,..-- Qi! f' - Sl, f pe. F' 131103 Q xg .,.-.-- ..,.mI? OTHA CLARK B S A Mena, Ark. Graduate S. D. A.: "T" Association: Arkco-Agrian Society: Federated Mu- sic Clubg Agri Club: Glee Club : Science Club: 'Annual Staff 5 Y. M. C. A.: qTECq N use +hNSAs J gf-5" 2 . 2 ff, Q is di x Gb eilioqq HII DA QCLARIQ ROSE B S. Mena, Ark. Graduate s. D. A.: ArkcoQAgrian Society: Federated Music Club: Girls' Glee Club: Dramatic Club: Y. W. C. Track. Versatility will Win for him a high place in life. An eflicient student who -is popular with all. His untiring ef- :forts for a higher education is a cli- crnax to his college career. His pleas- ing personality has endeared him to the hearts of his fellow students. 1925 A . The distinction of being the only member of the opposite sex. Cupid has his way but woman has her own. She is a popular student with an at- tractive personality, and is loved by all--character and 'wisdom never fail., ,4-. 'V xy I ' X 3 s A 5, 1 3 A r x I w I li.....L,....... 0 ,A .-., fuss Paris, Ark. It Graduated Paris- High '20' Vice President Senior Class: Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Club: Y. M. C. .A,g Sgt. Battery "D" 5 "Whiskered Brigade. Technique is an asset to the special- ist. We find this trait in him'as a student and as a man. His school life is a record of which he may justly be proud. Modesty and discretion in all undertakings make of him a most de- sirable student. V TECA., 0 aussi Q is 0 2 P U I' 'L eo' 0 IB2 5 0 Q 'dz' Y U " Q z J. OVERTON SADLER, B. s. 35 E- in H' 1253 5 . Y ,G T 5 'D MONTA JOHN NIXON, B. s. Ozark, Ark. Graduate Ozark High' '235 "T" As- sociationg Periclean Societyg Agri Club g Football 3 Baseball 3 Basket Ball: "Whiskered Brigade." "Nix" nobly perpetuates the Wonder Boy ideal-a good athlete and an all- round student. Modest and unassum- ing, he prefers rather to hear others sing his praises. '45 we -'-mg, Y' X'-I!!! fm gg -ff' . X W, 3' -V Q-H X., R .if wiv' f If HAROLD CRUM, B. S. Humphrey, Ark. Agri Club: Debating Club: Science Club: Y. M. C. A.: Annual Staff : Bat- tery "D'!. Service and leadership materialize only after accomplishment. His abil- ity to accomplish is made certain by his diligent Work. His faithfulness, and promptness cannot pass unre- Warded, He wins the respect and ad- miration of all who know him. As TEC 4 HN H was D31 'Ott It 'Q V 23 G. E. TANNER, B. s. Age, lig sdjgr 41 W 99 NS 4 P '925 Q I l im Quitman, Ark. Agri Club: Science Club: Perielean Society: Stock Judging Team: Debat- ing Team: Y. M. C. A.: Postmaster A. P. C.: Sgt. Battery HF." Unseliishness and service make a desirable student and man. Through ' his persistent efforts for success his fu-- ture could be nothing but pleasing. Appreciation of the rights of others, has made his popularity general among the student body. 7 x 3 fry, 1' , nuan ,p n A uh, wmmw "ff, Zin. K fa'-'gp '-Tfvwv fi. VNNLL X llrlfr1,L1l tly,5"Z. .rqmnnurt .....lIllIn1, ,.1 , ... f. . .nnnm. mln u ,,, . l A : I. :rg - . ' . . . X-V!!-Zi tif- - l iffy, l,,. 0 -ML K fx .ll H f ' X IH.. ' 'xx 11.5, 1 ye-" 74 'dll-I-" X K a "'pW!k4 -. f y Q- nrunf' I ' H X 1 er I L... ix :Ir Ir .um I 1 HIm..l... . ..... ii' -'f .,.. ,, . .! . F4 , gm- V4 writ W H X Q 1 1 gf ' Z ,I A 1 1 1 7 , L X H H ' W !lJ tl 1 z L I 1 '-.- " ' 1 "T: ' - 4, H ' . ' 7473E"1'1T1:F 'f-- svn"-.f"' -- -47 1,92 -rzr""r",.f'l" "'7ifi"?.f'77j.if ' I-Iistorg of The College Seniors It is with a feeling of faintness and doubt that I begin this chronicle, which I feel must surely, too, prove to me a task. At the age of twenty years with only a moderate education I am requested to chronicle the events of the life of the college graduating class of 1926. This seems to me an undertaking worthy of the efforts of an H. G. YVells or a Ridpath, but having spent one-third of my life at this institution, and having been associated with the members of this class from 4 to 20 years, I have decided to make the attempt. This is to be a class history, but as the class is made up of individuals, who with the fleeting years have come up from the ranks of the high school student and the college lower class- men in different ways, it seems that we should become ac- quainted with the individual students. Since 1922 our class has felt the good influence and able leadership of our president, Howard A. Burton, who came to us at the age of 20 years fro111 Hickory Plains. Many of 'the executive duties of societies, clubs and classes have fallen to the lot of Howard, who has always been willing and able. I The Vice-president of our class, J. Overton Sadler. came to Tech in 1922 after graduating from Paris High. The Secretary of our class enjoys a very unique position. she is the only young lady therein. Miss Hilda Clark, as she was formerly known, left her home in Mena, Arkansas, in 1919. and marveling very much at everything, this little girl of 17 came to Tech. In 1925 after some persuasion, of course, she accepted the name of Rose and is now known to us as Hilda Clark Rose. In ,22 a very agreeable class-fellow joined us from Ozark. Monte John Nixon has been one ofthe steady workers that have transformed the t'Aggie" of the past to the Tech of the present. Harold Crum is a silent worker from Humphrey, Arkansas. He has been a leading student in the college since 1922, which was Harold's first year at Tech. This being an all around class, you of course expect a 'then-peeked" husband. Well we have him. G. E. Tanner. after teaching school and farming for a time desired a higher education and came to Tech in 1923. The group has not. on the whole, been one of stellar stu- dents or athletes. As students none of us, perhaps, has been the very bestg but the entire class has always been among the best. The same is true of athletics. Our class has made its contribution to football, track, and baseball, and two are mem- bers of the Letter Association. To the institution and to all our friends we wish to be remembered among those who served their Alma Mater faithfully and helped to constitute that class J --:f2.ft M - ol students xx ho ale ever the bulxx ark of institutions. -0. C. ............,, ...,,,...... ....., ........, .rrr . , ...,.. - X315 .....,,.........,,, , ..... .... - I--- ......... , -155232155513552552555asssasssssif' '2:sss1a1'ci1J'ss5555? 'QQEEEEEEEEEQ' 81 I. EQ 1 5 I . J' XX K X gf , t ,W 5 I y 4 1 ff ' " I.: I I 0 'hi -jf' s XX F y f 1 !, nth 1 I.. ..-... li m, nf. . . e .illllil'un.llllllllllllliIHIII-rin., i f 2 1 ' ' ' 'T ' ., T. ...R M . ... k,Z7!2lyEy: I -- ,L-1 ix' I.,-' ' " 4 +k I . ' Y' I 7""' h' 5 , I.. g IYIKH it s . 57 I - f ' .Lf , , L . 1 II I 'll-Iiiil .III I Ill Illlfnna 'III I ut "J' Iluluill i i i ll I 1 I .-. ff ' 4 . .ii-it .- f e g f -1 X . 1 In H' I " V- T7 ge IVE In Pnl. 5' 1, 0. l 1, I " I 1:21. 'fl xl.: IJ.,-I", "tw, it II' I, 5 7 ' ' : '. ' . . " 1ffE?f"1T2:f?-,-.,- - rr-ir' -". , --.7'---flff' "" 'W' -- " 'f' -5-7 E-'I L.. - f - 1 """':L?:.N' "-i1?.,'1zf1.Ei'lfl4rl?'?I-S".1:':a-fLIiiRF".:..-4fi1I:::.E11.TSA' :.f.".L:5':fl'2"5'fLiL'-31.15 Prophoog of College Seniors The Senior Class of 1926 is a strangely assorted class. All are earn- est, steady workers. It is an interesting thing to close one's eyes and in fancy follow their ways through the years to come, As to a pro- phecy for the class. only a great prophet could prepare one. But I have a vivid fancy and like to trace their actions in fanciful dream. I believe that each one will gain a moderate degree of fame in his own wayg so follow me for a few moments, and I shall give to you the gist of my thoughts. The president of our class is one of the most likable young men one ever met. And oh, such a busy fellow! All the girls like Howard Bur- ton. In fancy, I can see him as the years roll by climbing the ladder of success. Then one day he will have nearly reached the summit, for I see him sitting in the Prcsident's chair at Vassar, the oldest college in America for young women. My thoughts stray on. The vice-president of our class is an auto- mechanic by nature. As the years go by. Henry Ford becomes feeble with age and linds need of a brilliant mechanic to help him manage his big plant, which is also increasing with the years. In my mind's eye I can see J. O. Saddler filling the position very successfully. What would we all do if it were not for the comic pages of the newspapers, which give us a chance for relaxation and laughter? In the class there is one starting on a career as a cartoonist. I let my thoughts fly into the future and fancy people gleaning their fun from the comic page of the New York Globe, edited by our class mate, Otha L. Clark, a cartoonist of note. In my reverie, I lind Uncle Sam in great distress. He is in need of an experienced man to be Postmaster General. At Tech we have a little post oflice which has given to G. E. Tanner a wide and varied ex- perience in the duties of a postmaster. If I were given to prophecy, I should say that G. E. was employed by Uncle Samg but even though I'm not, I can imagine him as one day being Postmaster General at Washing- ton, D. C. My fancied future nearly comes to an end when l think of one member of our class. He is very studious, well versed, and very much interested in agriculture. His name is Harold Crum. Even now I can see him manager of Long's Model Farm. And at night when we "listen in," we can hear him giving long discussions on the best methods in agricul- ture. I stop there in my mental vision and leave the rest to Harold. The business of the world demands business men. In our class we have a good business man in the person of Monta .Iohn Nixon. He is a cheery, well-liked young man and I cannot, tknowing little of busi- ness! imagine anything greater from him than to figure him as a suc- cessful stock broker on Wall Street. This concludes the class roll except for myself. My Castles in Spain face away and leave me wondering if my fanciful imagining might not, after all, be a prophecy for our class. -H. ICJ. R. J its ra? :I . J 1. ,- ,-'T, H. wg Sb 2' -f 9 va ! .4 ,, -4.1- W.- :-.j?aQ' aww . V,.n,,j-.- W f ,w , 'gf' , fig! 'fy' 'EVY ff? . 1 -,hw ,, , ,- L .L - ' , ML? . v-gl: -,s'- " I' rm . X, .qw ,' ,Mgt-,-.P I ' ' '15, 1' "ami: H-'V' 1 W .cw-. - .. Gif: gf? hz., ' Pda... 'ipfx ,Af , 5 , fufifi -"-WW' ,ml . ' 5 nh- I.,-V ' fx. fp?-T' ".Ut.1:,QX-1 , ,N-J .' Mi-.-if 'Z , :":',f .'- JA - a . xl r'r . w 'N h ,, I H" 1 I- 'Irs vu., ,f 4 + at-Vt Q J W ' -. Ji-. .--if flfqrtS"iW' ,,f . Qin X ,, .M t,x, ,,,Ag'J,.l1.,., ,551 V ialtlllf' nut - C a -- a iygfsaullltllltllll t...mMnuui HitI1..,.... ,,.nlturlnm..... ,..,.. mmm.. .,lllIIlgt1l,,,,,,,llll lllllllumyttm555'-f ,55,3iizg . 1,533 if I, J - ju X V, 1 f - ' ' 1113: ,Q:i3-5+ -'T-Q i V A N" -, -, iii .i g - ng!!-f- ---.f 'l5fJ70'A"?7?fiii qmaemfssrzszemxetemamfmffattau z.. f, , - x- Senior College NV ill We, the College Seniors, of the Arkansas Polytechnic Col- lege, of the City of Russellville, County of Pope and State of Arkansas, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do here- by make, publish, and declare this our last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills, bequests and devices of what- ever nature by us made. FIRST, Vile give, devise and bequeath to the College Jun- iors, our GOOD WILL, of whatever value or help it may be to them, here in school, or in their individual lives hereafter. SECOND, we do hereby constitute and appoint said Col- lege Juniors the executors of this our last will and testament, and we do hereby empower our said executors to sell or con- vert any kind of property we may be possessed of at the time of our leaving this college, and to execute any conveyance or transfers necessary. And we will direct that our said execu- tors be not required to give any bond or security for the faith- ful discharge of said trust. IN XVITNESS VVHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hand and seal, this fifth day of May, A. D., ninteen hundred and twenty-six t1926.J HOWARD BURTON, President J. O. SADLER, Vice-President. HILDA CLARK ROSE, Secretary MONTA JOHN NIXON HAROLD CRUM OTHA L. CLARK G. E. TANNER. CSEALJ S2137 J , +L 1 . ' J ggi?-iillllllmiiiiif' Hllt - A-A A f f . gf I l"'m""""' lim' """' '!'aI1'm"" """- Illlfmmn .1-u lliiiiiiilllumllliiiillliiiililImui!lutQvFFf gZ g ta A -- af f C- .X V fs ff- if .Q .. ADDIS EVANS, Hartford, Arkansas Footballg Baseballg Science Clubg Pericleau Societyg Agri- cola Staffg Tuba Agricolae Staffg Debating Club. An orator and chemist by birth. He is our most popular boy. BETH LINZY, Plainview, Ark. Choirg Glee Clubg Dramatic Clubg Arkco-Agrian Society Music Cluhg Y. W. C. A. If to be happy is to live, then Beth should enjoy , life to the fullest degree. She loves a tenor voice. KASPAR SKINNER, Morris, Okla. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Choirg Glee Clubg Quartetg Track Annual Staffg Tuba Agricolae Staffg Science Club. To be admired by anyone is greatness within itself. He always thinks twice before he acts. He pro- bably thinks thousands of times while waiting for an opportunity to visit the Girls' South Dorm. JAMES J. WHITE, Star City, Ark. Footballg Trackg Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg "T"As- sociation. "And still the wonder grew that one small head could carry all he knew." A promising young lawyer. 1 7 CHAS. B. SMITH, Judsonia, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Y. M. C. A.g "T" Associationg Science Clubg Agricolae Statfg Footballg Battery "D" 1st Sgt. C. B. is a man of strict habits and firm convic- tions. He is a deep thinker and an excellent judge. Everyone admires him as a man, athlete and student. WW?" . ky 'Via' 7? ll l -4 . is X 'Elm A mcnln - . 1 4 f2 u X '- 'Z -T 11-' ' ' l'f-43 ,- - -- Je. ' wh, . kiq,u.i-fx'llllllllllllllllllmalllruul fa...amaf lllllulllluuullll lllllllllllllllulllhg n- - Q '-:.' X -'T' f f -cc- 7 .4 .:f ?f':?- f ' M" e , Elf -1-1:-v l f - nj..e'f-,.:p -- C- y -1fWives.-T1itsaafeama'ver4avMa?::4a1f:1alstfmdemmarasas: Qlskaxsvfeeca-.s Junior College Class Historg Of course you have already heard about us. Everybody knows the Juniors. We are the little group of green sprouts, that in the fall of '22, were transplanted here from Arkansas and Oklahoma. We came to the Arkansas Polytechnic College to get the final shine of knowledge and etiquette before mak- ing our debut upon the stage of the world action. Most of us have stood the wear and tear of class politics social functions, hikes and late dates fairly well considering the strict disciplinary rules and regulations of our college. As yet we have not begun to wear the scars of time. The midnight juice has not been burned to any great ex- tentg nevertheless the class has a splendid scholarship record and all are honorary organization members. The juniors have brains enough to be brilliant without grinding their noses to a mere stub. Our motto is. save. save electric juice, burn gaso- line. Oh, how we do love joy rides. If it takes a strong body to make brains, the junior class ought to be welll supplied, for they all have a good athletic makeup. Two of the boys are football players, while the other boy and the one girl each perform some athletic feats. We are not supposed to tell too many of our glories in this edition, as it would never do to outshine the seniors. We'd tell you more of this iL11zlc.' But the senior editor would mari: it bunk. Info the waste basket the stuff would go: For the senior class must be lhe whole show. 2215157 I 7 ...... A, -1, E 1 p 1, v1 XX ,I , -f,r-1W1f'- 1 qwrv 1 in 4 NA ,fl Ebfrffl '53 .lfmlKm"' 2 a ff' ,..i't1f", 5 :.'h,lQ.5F IIllVIIlllIllumlmllllnmlllllllulllllwf.in famll llll Html -nllm I'illUlm:lllllmllllllllllmulllllg. :T-,,- ,,,l1. -' L N e: i t gif 1- 5,1 Poem "An old :nan going a lone highway Came at the evening cold and gray To a chasm deep and vast and wide. The old 1na1z crossed in the twilight dim, The sullen stream had no fear for him: But he turned when safe on the other side, And built a bridge to span the tide. " 'Old man' said a fellow-pilgrim near, 'You are wasting your strength with building here: Your journey will end with the ending day. 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'I i I- Huw. fm 1 ul-.WMS fha ,-.dZu,,,,,fQl E., nxt-1 lni..1.f zffym L . W L. '. 'LT.:?5D"' 'f . ' ' . "'7S1'l"iT:F?'- ..L:- ET'-V". M' . -- zzflf- "4' .2957 .--. " ' 51 3'- iLM'flfiA1:Lsa32.?,t:4'i'ZaK..t..-:.m"55..me'iM'2eu L. 'lf-'U-:f:P.'.1.: .'. is.-qw, -1 . env... 11.1, -fx.-.-1 no--,rm .ua .g.i1':i'.'fbAmr' RAPHAEL SKINNER, Morris, Okla., President Arkco-Agrian Societyg Trackg Basket Ballg Battery " F." No nobler youth is to be found anywhere. His friendships are unlimited. MARY VANCE. Russellville. Ark.. Secretary Tuba Agricola Staffg Arkco-Agrian Socictyg Music Club. She 6I11l'6SS6'.S her thoughts, not in words, but in smiles. Efficiency is her motto. SID ADAMS, Pottsville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Debating Socictyg Science Clubg Basket Bally Tuba Agricola Staff. A business lllflll with a love for his work. A heart breaker as well. I 1.-"'l,l ft Qs! rl - Y.. 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A lion with the ladies. LYNN HESTER, Lonoke, Ark. Basket Ballg Arkco-Agrian Societyg President Y. M. C. A.g Agri Clubg Debating Clubg HT." Associationg Battery " F." A boy with wavy locks and cz winning smile. He may may be a bit bashfnl, but he was in love with at least slr or seven cc-eds. TBUMAN MCEVER, Russellville, Ark. Science Clubg Baseball. Say, Doc, how do you like this one-CH20HC2 H5C6H5OH? iran? 'i Dgf tr- L I T Q, ....... S' Q axnizgiyv "II, 1 fav V lS577,ll,n,,l, 337,67 -W 1- l mls A ' I y S SVIUU -----, V ggfwllntllilllllllll' !-ff - J M 'f 1 I M w""""""' "lf--"--' fH0l'U"'1" "'-' '--,V4 V llllllllmm. .... .vllllllllluuuullll llllllllllmllllmgtgfgf' 1LL..'.gg: g ' . Y-Wzhkzvih 1 f-- -1 '- l I EMMETT MENESS, Quitman, Ark. Baseballg Arkco-Agrian Society, Science Clubg " T." Asso- ciationg Battery" F." Chlorine gas is nonessential to respiration. An- other ladies' man? DOUGLAS HILL, Charleston, Ark. Orchestrag Bandg Arkco-Agian Society, Basket Ballg LMT" Association, Battery HF". He trudged along, unknowing what he sought, And whistled as he went, for lack of thought. MURRELL EIKLEBERRY, Subiaco, Ark. Band, Orchestrag Periclean Society, Battery "F." He travels by the light of his own lamp. He should develop some new organic theories. STEVE REASONER, Russellville, Ark. nF,,Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg Debating Cluhg Battery ' Tech's Poet Laurel. A lover of poetry, nature, and women. ' 'Zz fel? Q. 'rtesf -ww' 17'Q"' Axe X 4 9? aku. , 395 A 2 X 5 XZ ' .f .. 'lmtniilllllt.,...i.....lllllnm-.' - . .nnmuu : mn ,f-. ff l ,f 4- -" f' -V -- - ,-- l e LW!-f-new W y- f te , X ' 1 J ' -5' ' 0 X MX . l X , -,,,. I so 1 I, in nz A vnznln t - I fr t f llnfg?-. - r x t , ' 1' nf' Egg! 1: tt, X , -I f . , Lp. 1 I 1-mu u I III mu ll .n ' , n X Q fell: ll A H x 7 -f 4 A! 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Several members of the Sophomore class have done their prepatory work in the Arkansas "Tech," while others have come from reputable high schools and colleges of this and ad- joining states. The class of '28 has made a good showing thus far and it is expected will take an increasingly important role in affairs in the following years. The Sophomores are showing the pep and spirit in both class room and in student activities, which, if continued through the rest of the college course, will carry them through with high standards. -E. M. 12157 - ' 'fif I y i ,. .,., A ---- -""' T "4'QglQSfwW"W'N9ll'e' m e '-.. ......... . ,,,,,, ,.,. . ww w w E :::::::::::::::I::iIIlf' ,,.- SKQMYQ Qlkglir -egg5ggggggg:::::g::::i . 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L-.:.u:i,:....i:..l ,J j .FZ-:Q-'gl .1 l.Mf.mtf1ma1wl-sfmelfsulfslmrzslzlslsu .. fi l e s Opportunitg This I beheld, or dreamed it in a dream- There spread a cloud of dust along a plain: And underneath the cloud, or in it. raged A furious battle, and men yelled, and swords Shocked upon swords and shields. A priuce's banner Wavered, then staggered backward, helnmed by foes. A crazfen hung along the battle's edge, And thought, "Had I a sword of keener steel- That blue blade that the king's sou bears-but this Blunt thing!"-he snapped and flung it from his hand, And lowering crept away and left the field. Then came the 1cing's son, wounded, sore bestead, And weapouless, and saw the broken sword, Hilt-buried in the dry and trodden sand, And ran and snatched it, and with battle-shout Lifted afresh he hewed his enemu down, K And saved a great cause that heroic day. 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"Piggie" is sincere in thought, honest i1z action and with a heart ever kind and true. MARVIN HUHLEY, Russellville, Ark. Y. M. C. A.g Tuba Staff, Science Club, Arkco-Agrian Society. A trne knight of learning, ,, The world holds him dear, , Love bless him, God speed his career. JOE MOUNT, Dubach, La. Arkco-Agrian Society, Agri Club, Fed. Music Club, Be- ginners' Band, Trackg Y. M. C. A. Joe has some witty an appropriate answer to your question. VESTAL BIRKHEAD, Blaine, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Society, Music Clubg Maid of Honor Dads' Day, Y. NV. C. A. "PatsaI" is bright, dependable, and lovable. CECILE STANFORD, Russellville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Society, Dramatic Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Glee Club, Federated Music Club, Basket Ballg Girls' Quartet, Bandg Orchestrag Annual Staff, Tuba Agricolae Staff. She is a splendid girl with a gentle voice A loyal friend, full of life and fun. Sera? 1 5 +L X j 9 if---1.i5A!"'I.IIi,lUllII ,. llllli v . g. il' Haul ul 1lIIlm IIl,'!I -.,.. is I, -' - 5. -T y i I-4 if ' ' T-. - ' -2' KE .,,. . -f f. zffjf' ' 'iv Q X " '-,1f'7l' 1 .f 'Cai Z5 Zf' " - 1 , ' - - ,,A , '. x f f .cv .,,- ,, :L .,,,sq...' X ,A .. x .4 , S mf jf Moe s i I ff f , L - ' Ill ' Iuvlln IIIII Ilfm. vu.. "-" -4- JuI'l1m nn Ill w' II l , II ' - Q , ' ' gil 'R ' Q' M X , -Y , 1 nl ? Il ll 1 I l gf -,V L T I1 in ull I I -at-31 1 I 1 " 'fi V " 'xl F ' .' . 'L L: . . . 4' Ei,"-f3"'17':F rv-.f..L1n ETTT'-. -" T'.-7-- --n 1 5.1 '-""'.l1i"7' .-5. ' I ' " "-':- .' lL' Lm3'Q1+.3.i!mu4fgi??iK:k"Fl'Z1i1'El'-u4v4'!Z?H:M45l'2u L.. - f. X. , -4"?" v?'::.-T' "5-:!'11fnnm"Rr5..1E'31?:.e .ani'S.:b'.-hJ?:f:'.a"fp.J:.ffa...1 i-l'5"kA5r.-JM. . LOIS CHEYNE, Danville, Ark. Peric-lean Societyg Y. W. C. A. Cheyne has the most contagious laugh and happy disposition. She always looks on the bright side of things. VERXER HATCHET, Scotland, Ark. Periclean Societyg Debating Clubg Agri Clubg Science Clubg Fed. Music Clubg Tennis. His idea of an agreeable person is a person who agrees with him. EUGENIA GATELEY, Danville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Society. Once 'twas sweet to play with toys, Far sweeter now to play with boys. BAYRON SKINNER, Morris, Okla. Agri Cluhq Arkco-Agrian Society. The wise are often silent. JOE BURTON, Hickory Plains, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg Debating Clubg Corp. Battery "F.,'g Track. Dominant i1z personality and fluent in words. itil? I I 5 +L no -, 'V9?i?il""" 1 X XX' ' - ""'. "tj 1' ,E I H-. ' ' mu is ,- , K '- ' ' l1i??.'?YLGn1isffz2'leLice-LZMHMLIrsmrfsiliuliiltea ,. 4- ' I " A. Q- 2f.itf.n:..15'.1JfMim'!+2sirH.....r1efxtf21,..,'t..-unisiiv ef'::.ili.:2f.. tl..'r9AL1f1 f 9 -" -fef . ..f 'wwf " pf 1: hsklu' 2 3 f A .fn s A V 'QA l ' g 2 '..,, 5 ' X f nc ,, QQ ln, ,,... 5 ,- ,, f S 'JJ'-1 vi. ' 'ill' - A i Z ..,.- - , 2 'L' K K ' F: :T-1" ZW" . 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I f 1.5 A f1f'y7K"ifiF?? vklkuml 2 S f 5' "'7,-rf" . ,ff , If iw ,ff Img ' -, .-L Q ,.: ., - H :fy .,u.,..ff lllllllllzlll....mwn..il IInf........ ..nInnmu.,. imm..... .,iIIIlaI.uw..lIII llllllrelulblwgm. L w.i'sQ19 li, -' - . - L , f - -: - ':5F i , . ' W . . nm--- T,-.f .5541 in 75-ffl fp -A -J f ' A 1 tau!aneivfmlieimi-:em2::.e1r:3222145351:-41. EARL PRESLEY, St. Louis, Mo. Science Clubg Arkco-Agrian Society. No matter how dull the call, Ile always greets you with a smile. FLORENCE DEAN, Russellville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Dramatic Clubg Y. W. C. A. Florence is a student whose ambition it is to break all literary records at Tech. IRIS JOHNSON, Russellville, Ark. Drzuuatic Clubg Science Clubg Arkco-Agriau Society. Her greatest assets are a sunny disposition and her appreciation of friends. LARK COWART, Alma, Ark. He is a splendid student who is quiet and trust- worthy. STEELE MCALLISTER, Alma, Ark. When he studies he studies hard, When he plays he plays hard. 'iserif i I 3 .,.a'a" , sr S .' j g 'Elm A mcnla .1,j-" zfumll, ln! f -F 4 1 i?,1..3fS'ulIllIlllIIH l:...um.n..ulI IIm........ ,.faI1ullln,..... ....,. .. - lllnm. .fllllIIlIIuullfllllllllllllllllwmll-,gf A wr? ,, u-" -' f in X. y - ' ' -L l'li2'e.faw.vfsdi1?:xMMxi4v-matfilxsefillllltaa R- .5 , '---l'f41r1ffi?5.ntwawaffibfvmawlf-Mamet'emfilml'-:liars-z'dt2Laa1rf1:':2nlA:r2Zi:f?lt1!45':M..'f:14t'm DOROTHY VOSS, Russellville, Ark. She never lets her studies interfere with her education. ' VERNON CATES, Alma, Ark. He never passes judgment without due consid- f eration. ALMA ROBERTS, Ratcliff, Ark. Y. W. C. A.g Arkco-Agrian Society. Life's too short to squander. RUBYE FAYNE HAMILTON, Russellville, Ark. Basket Ball. A look of worry has never appeared on her face. ELVEN SPENCER, Huttig, Ark. Footballg Basket Ballg Baseballg Trackg Battery ND." A jolly good fellow, is he. 2 45' .i,4' 1 5 s .",, -9 A I WSE-l n-"' ff-f-. f 'F ,- MVZJ lp 1 v 9 -NLE X- iq' If f f '- I ' N N.. f y'l'11 lg ,,,lq...... . K a X, R., I -l K3r,....f-fi A lining", ' j A1 A- ,. mul... H -- M, k, ff AY 1 f . f. ...W A .'h,'--.TW',IlllllllIImmulmnllllnulllllll llllmum lllllllllum. .......... Illl Fflnnn. ..lulIIIHIlIllluulllIll llllllllllllmllllln fi Z?" - A xn QNX X 1 ,R 1 "v-45 ---f '44 X , " 1 ff 1' 1 i ,, -F vt I ,. J, In lr I , 4 1 'llll-.I I ev-,g ' 'N f + T ..: ' A f I . sr- . A ..- .nflzi+ls.-'.i::Jll:- ESL '41 - -' he Q F 1 '37 any-. -.T . in f---f I-QE7F:'f?g"7.7t l'n.54K'l?2.i?i1i4vid'l'l?.S'.Efl57MYIltEAlf5F'J7fflf'2VAf?' -1' I ' 2 " .... - 'iP1?l'1-:YM-14. .f:'4'z':'1F'1-.!f"P -- ..: '.':.-"- JIS .1 .Eff-2L1l::Jllf'.I' LOIS HURLEY, Russellville, Ark. Y. W. C. A., Arkeo-Agriun Society. She speaks only a little, but does nnzch. ONA GRANT, Dover, Ark. Y. W. C. A. She is quiet, stndious, and sincere. WAYNE JOHNSON, Dover, Ark. A good student who is always on the honor roll. GILBERT GRANT, Dover, Ark. If luck stays with him, he will be a genius someday. JOE RICHARDSON, Hoxie, Ark. Debating Club. His ambition is to be fl great oralor. HAROLD OVERBY, Lamar, Ark. Basket Bullg Baseball, Football, Pericleau Society. Jack is one of our hardest fighters, and a gallant conrlier as well. ee -1-I -J L 1 1 , Axe K, ,lj is IZ IYIIZIJ EI f ks .ff i 5 'V,'- WL' . U , y Y - - . ,a ' - A ' ' . guauffg'ffllIlimIflHHu....ull...-inmlmIIllH...... ..rn .,., ultima., .illllIllIIumiHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMUILIL-, 1 fill ,- . we U' in . R W-iz :L i...ff,- 'eww ,, - A Q., L, . -s m-:Q-...V .1 ,-.. ,I ..,, 4.m,,i.. .a.,,.- .f.,mrQw-:Q--s757ef.n.H 1.mfbmwenezemmelf:aa:e5m'a4G2u r.. - 1Aw:misfrriiierasmrws-v4si+zs5?:efsafa:ewimemrf-zan:31?::f:e'51M42'f52ii1A2a..c1-.5 is , .BHK 'Q U' Y V ' 1 51' lx Y E. '. Stlitsi ,Mg -' 1 .3 .X i ,9 , H SERENA WRIGHT, Subiaco, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Society, Y. NV. C. A. A smile, a laugh, a friendly greeting: that's Serena. CHARLES LINZY, Plainview, Ark. Agri Club, Battery " F." Cheesy's hobby is English. IMOGEXE HINES, Russellville, Ark. Class Reporter, Dramatic Club. She possesses a pleasing personality and Il sin- cere conscience. CECIL BAHHAM, Ratcliff, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Society, Basket Ball, Y. XV. C. A. It's the songs yon sing and the smile yon wear That makes lhe sunshine everywhere. BILLIE BOVERMAN, Danville, Ark. We prophecy that he will succeed as an agricul- Iurczl agent. NORMA JEAN DAVIS, Russellville, Ark. An ambitious sluflenl is she. 2114? ! I T 1 - .Q ,. Qi ,..... Marv., 4 st 7 'I K N' , , . wir' Q IZ IYIUJ it f rq,mLy-1.1, 4 K, ,f ,te f N- '-',"- " NU g, ln. ' Yi i ..,1!--. . if ff 'fr 5 ,wif ' gift'-,dllrIlmlHllllri...imwm.illllllluuif...... ,. I1uim...... ,..... lull.-aww. :....iIllllliIlummIlll IIIIIIIIIIMUMQ wiiiestx . H" " 1. XX- 4. W, -1 ' ' .- -L --. - - M . r N -AQ-4'-WEL' 7,1 .f l .':af'5i::--4717-'get . ,I ff-. .1.,,....,.,. -, . . u M .- LC - P ..-g--i1f,T:5g,.,...,,.,-.- zvur-. if ."'.s. 4. :ff"'5'7u..'.. - 1- 4 ,-.. Qian Lv- 1 ' E, Q " --fVQ7T'f'ff':l".'7f?'zu1'?A'?45'iMN'fl-:l'ri?H1f..:'itf!ili.STl:'1'f'r7tf.1-4J?G31l'5'Qt.mn'J.zg5H'.:'3'L-'lliriz-QL1.L. Historg of Fresluncuz College Class Tuesday, August 18. 1925, there appeared on the Arkansas Poly- technic college campus a vast assemblage of human freaks. who la- ter were classed as College Freshmen. These unfathomed individuals hailed from Arkansas. Oklahoma, Missouri, Texas and Louisiana. In size, age, intellect, and ability there was an extensive scope of varia- tion. They ranged from the blushing. young embryos, who were emi- grating for the first time from their original habitats, to the daring. young Romeos, who for some years had made annual migrations to college in a vain endeavor to gain recognition as "species of the Sopho- inoreophytesf' Notwithstanding the irregularities in their introduction, the mem- bers of the Freshman class have acquitted themselves very favorably. The class has become a record breaker and a history maker for Arkan- sas Tech. First. it is the only class in school that boasts of members from five states. Second, it has enrolled more members and lost a greater per cent of its enrollment than any other body of students in Tech History. Third it has furnished more athletes, more trouble, and a greater number of demerits and heartaches than any other class. Fourth, its members have cultivated a love for the college that has filled them with a desire to be instrumental in the perpetuation of its services to the boys and girls of Arkansas. Now, as the glory of summer slowly fades into autumng as the green of the foliage melts into the the millions of autumn shadesg as the few evergreens remain to lend their never-changing color to next year's scheme. so passes the Freshman class of 1926 into the pages of A. P. C.'s Book of Life. It is merely the working out of a well-made plan for Freshman to become Sophomores with here and there those members who, by sins of omission or commission, remain as the pines and ccdars of the forest, to lend their knowledge to the Freshman class of next year. Joy be with them. -M. H. V "':7: EEEEEEEffEE?EEEE:::EEESEEEESEEFVZ' TEES? "'::5':: 352155353 Q :YTEEEEEFEEEF "" ",5Ef'?f5E ':3:" '::: : :::::: Qi S2 Q 1 fsvlsqp-I-,, 1 xx A y . fx, HOWARD BURTON 1 ADDIS EVANS..- ,.... 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'H 1 'i 9 J n1'fUHl"" 'ft-9. W' ' ""- '-.- " "Al F7 , Q 2 it " , f qn'E3"Ff-2515?-.,, -f Efwz--...:" -- 2--"f-f nn:Qi-fimuw.?:x:a?4s:.cwm:i?,ndtuatkun.. A i 5, -J .fuFezf.f:f, 1' ...w?.rrt.T.1.5t.,f?::f5ksAaz iz 1 'WU U AH V' Invictus Out of the night that covers me, Black as the Pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable soul. In the fell clutch of circumstances I have not winced nor cried aloud. Under the bludgeonings of chance My head is bloody, but unbowed. Beyond this place of wrath and tears Looms but the horror of the shade, And yet the menace of the years Finds, and shall find me. unafraid. It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul. William Ernest Henley scroll iserf' I I Q2 aaltiis x A- "ll ,iv-9-, , +L ss If 3553. ' afis .'-4.19571 4fG'QZ"-?,f gggizsvai' X - Lg -.,- ,.-6115 5, ,V 4- 'l ml -- . C - L S ljfflkgfl IilliiilliiiiiiiiiiuldllmIlulii iilllmm.. funlllllllllnm. .,.... .M illi Hhul lliiii iiilillllullliii Q3 1 N 11 4' . 5 V " 712: .4-P77 "i E 'Y' r'u i! . r -Wa4 l 7 , ,J4.,,. E- J A Q- .e. 2 CHAS. B. CLEMENT, Rover, Ark. Periclean Societyg Music Clubg Glee Clubg Quartc-tg Agri Club, '23-'26g Y. M. C. A. '23-'26g Basket Ballg Trackg Footballg Sgt. A. N. G.g Class President. "Fools" is our business shark. He is also our All- State Guard. Math is his specialty: spooning and ' athletics are sidelines. ANNA SUE THOMPSON, Yellville, Ark. Music Club '25-'26g Glee Club '24-'25g Science Club '25-'26g Periclean Society '25-'26g Y. W. C. A. '25-'26. We have always heard it said that it is well to bury the hatchet. Wonder if Anna Sue would be will- ing to do such. ' ESCHOL HORN, New Blaine, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg Sgt. Battery " F."g Basket Bally Trackg Baseball. Eschol is one of ourbest all round athletes. He is equally as good in his classes. -' . tim? C "'i:ff . lllv ,, . -:A - , ' F' I 1 .fg-yE- E ' 4 xy. 1 , f 1 4 i S',,f 22,2 N f X' 71 1 X A f gh ff 1 1 X E PICIJ EI i ' 19" i 1 f fig' all-ff , ff . .- N- . , f f -. Zr ' . I LY Y -,- 1 - -L ,.-. Q ry, -, ' fha, . f , 114' ,u.....fpX nIIlIlI'II:llllllnmwnmlllllIIurl........ --.nlulzlw-.... .. fiif'- illllilllll --lllllll uw-Illlllllllllll'lMll!'!'I-- M Q . Y' X SFUV X M" M A f .. lllufllnu1'qf'I:'l'1lV'l H' . " 1. 1. , 1 , . ' ' 'W' tw' iw .."'-:':-Jud' n -... -. 3 - . -f. ' . ., fi fn-1-E -.-.-.- .f ., ' L L, , 3 712: T.-mt.. ef.:-f -W1 .r-.J 1 ' "Ei 'FEL Li? tm-pi-Luf5sQuQ,vsa-?Za1g.z.:mvsi.m4MEu f.. , A -. , fi ..a:.v:. -. .lfssamrnuaff .:. 2-.IH Aa J...- I I DAISY MCMILLAN, Branch, Ark. Y. W. C. A.g Arkco-Agrian Socictyg Dramatic Clubg Music Clubg Glce Club. Daisy is an excellent student. She has u special liking for ten o'cloclc sandwiches. STANLEY MITCHELL, Darclanelle, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Socictyg Agri Club. Stanley is sturdy and broad minded. He has a bright future. JOE LYMAN, Hickory Plains, Ark. Sgt. Battery "D"g Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg Y. M. C. A. A Tech girl is not popular unless Joe's picture is in her room, lvut most of them are popular. BENNYE BONDS, Gravelly, Ark. Basket Ballg Dramatic Clubg Arkco-Agrian Societyg Physi- cal Culture-Q Y. VV. C. A. A good scout with winning ways. We judge that she will be a teaznstress as she is often seen with part of the harness. COVIE ROSE, Russellville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Clubg Debating Societyg Bat- tery " D."g Declaination. Covie is an ideal student. Ile possesses all the qnalztzes necessary for success. 'Er YJ? e- --- A Y ,i.,f! f ,f 4v,,', 9551.41 mumlllllf ..IIlllH n mrr:. .nl1lIlenu..nn llllllllumltn. If V . +L ss T- we is ul ' 2 IY a Xi. o1fl!N' rf' t I 5-' ,.. 11 25 X nlnfhlfl 2 H -- Z ! X If Lp. lk I1 Lmlll llll lllumm n mn Tfnlz- nmll u .1 n X Z V' fn ' 1. xml . X f 1 -f qk skim, -iff, , X f ,ll ,fi ff, N 2 f - . 4 : - -. - ma:--' . 4,A, h , - , ,-, , - -- , U, 79- '4 EQT?n ,w-. '? 2' all .LQ L, :ii an':Q'-1::F11,,,- . .J E.l !l'? E?w:g,m, Mf'l"l l'mfzsxmf4r.smzM.xe4e.ursz:mrims' f. -l , '- , 1Mwise,fwianl-elfeeffmwlfs'l4sv2Messfs.:el:lf:f.qiem:,smsazfflfs9144-SsA::1..4ga.s PAUL VanDALSEM, Aplin, Ark. Basket Ballg Periclean Societyg Footballg Music Clubg Track. 'Van is a real fellow. He has the biggest, round- est, and loudest mouth that ever burdened cz hu- man face. ROBERT ROGERS, Prairie View, Ark. Arkco-Agrizln Societyg Y. M. C. A.g Basket Ballg Track. Robbie is one of the most conscientious and hard- est working men of our class. ROY McDOUGALD, Lake Village, Ark. He is a man with a host of friends. He says that little Mac is the only boy in the country. FRANK WRIGHT, DeValls Bluff, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Track. A new member who has proved himself most worthy. ' SIBYI. VVEBB, Russellville, Ark. Cl bArkco-Agriau Societyg Quartetg Double Quartetg Glee u . . Sibyl makes music wherever she goes. She seems Io be interested in farm life. i"sssi ,,1 ff . AQ A y cg.. Indy! xv 1 X Jxairh 'hip' f. SKF.-M711 1 ml! A Vlfnlfl ? 1 ""'W?2f X 'i 4? L N ' JL I SSAf-.lmIIilIHllll!ll..1...t...lIllhl'iE...... f a ..... . ...ulll llllluam ln1nlllIIlnrnmHtt..,,, .. 1 -...VN ,.- -Y r : X I. --1, ' ' L-1315-?' W may ,A l , . 14 , . rf., l W S-WZYEEZ: 1 .1 1 ,Mfwg,Q....1-,iw 'CNN - L r . , Q5:.Qifr-:.Qf:,..-fz,mr- F'qi'i--kfqg1Qlzz'l'5uL:'?JA'-i"f'.'s-?.J5k:lu14a.:xiH.Lcllf:f'-L' .' 5' ' ' -E ' J-'r:.-51415141-at--zw'tns?'l. :e!nJ!f'3'f..':'ie ti..-L..-nr.-4-u.ma..g1u .J..-,.- -,-.-M as .- ...J Y ,, , ,, , ,, o .YW "fr - H11 J Q at 3.-mf: ' , ,ft 0. , 3 Yi. a EMMETT LEE FRANKLIN, Ashdown. Ark. Footballg Arkco-Agrian Societyg Agri Club: Y. M. C. A. Lee says, "Nobody knows what a red headed mama will do." LEOLA BHOXVN, Russellville, Ark. Basket Ball. Leola is a product of the Lone Star State. She is one of our best girl athletes. ALTA WINBURN. Lonokc. Ark. Y. W. C. A.g Arkco-Agrian Society. Gentle in mind. Firm ill reality. LAMBERT RESIMONT, Altus, Ark. Basket Ballg Baseballg Tennisg Trackg Debating Clubq Arkco-Agrian Societyg Sales Club. Ile purposes to be a "ll'orlfiny ll'o1zder." ARVLE BENNETT, Scranton, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Debating Clubg Agri Clubg Guar- tetg Glec Clubg Chorusg Football. Happiness should be his because he can drive sor- row away with a song. ''x:EEEEEEEHSEEEEEEEEEE5EEE555157:EEf?5iES:"':i5:7:E55253551 ' ,Q .... .2 1,3 is N I In H I , L 2 f l.1I.llHllll Illini.. w.. Inns. B .ullIlllluw...n1llml1lIIl1annmllh. - - ., - .... . f.,. .5 -. . "1 .. ' . 125 i 'V 7 -72.-. -I ,f-- 'Till-f X-:- 1, L., . in wan...-:iQ'ZLw2Z1?i1'f.f'f7rli51 An....mfivcndii-:Ace-mvxejsllmm.,.v.,,::4:'Q.. au L. if- - 1 1.-. az- .".'I:?..Isl,11'2h7Et'1ffTl1uin"'f'l-rlii' -.mr L?i..z.5T.-ruff.-i.s:fs31Z.,Qm51n'J.r:a l-.L-...rfllmz-4, as V " . ,. J Vw ' y nz msn Ei A . Q ,Mlknxx K aka.. H,-ks' ,.,rIll,v5,. www., V I X F! 1 .JW A A Q 'l' G- Ag. lg. . , Y -f 7,4 ' A, I LN- lk ull I' m..nlnnnm nh..... . H... -4- ul M111 .. 1 .!,, S X K ,ZMM 3 J S Fill' f"Q"u' K S ' , -f gf 1 v 1 ' 1 1 5 f 1 rg 1 N 1 'f YH 'hh fb L w LL..- ... ...... -- Y. I HERBERT BLAIR, Jr., Lamar, Ark. Herbert is always willing to work at anything worth while. DARRELL BURNHAM, New Blaine, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Track. If you desire to know about Dardanelle, ask Darrell. HILDA BLAIR, Lamar, Ark. E Dramatic Clubg Federated Music Clubg Pcriclean Societyg Bandg Orchestra lg Orchestra 23 Science Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Glee Club. Hilda is one of our best musicians. She likes to ' travel in a certain Overland car. VIRGIL HIGHFILL, Coal Hill, Ark. Agri Clubg Debating Clubg Y. M. C. A. Virgil is a real sport, and he is always ready to do his share. LEO BROWN, Sherrill, Ark. Periclean Society. There is no question but that he will succeed as he is a cousin of "Nora." l 7 s e 4 AL - XE ' C WWW' Ria ,. ,, ?2,,-myth' 2 I 3 VX, , f -14 -.--"-,' ff 31-' S . lf Y C N" ' 5 ' 'gi-'f ' I f-f 'W ' i ii if ,wi . '..' FTS-...-3 'IlilIlllllllliiiiiiu.IIIl1rullluIIii.iinIllii.n.... :ubll lllllmu. ...... .. ?f nllllllilmuu, ...nllllllllllluunlllll llllllllllmullligf ,-,. .7214 sirsm ,,.-A . ,. e , , ee-..-tin ' 'tt ' . , . Ei l f . . . ,.'intlfi-:Q-,fi--?.II2'l liR+L g 5 fy , 'K - 4 , 1. ' V .Q fx 1 CARI. ROBERTS, Russellville, Ark. Footballg Traekg Battery UF." Carl has splendid ideals, Iioweuer his greatest ambition is to be a fiddler. JAMES MATLOCK, Leola, Ark. Y. M. C. A. James is a pnritan, although he did not come over in the Mayflower. He has a winning way, es- peczailly with the ladies. ERMA LEE PRICE, Gravelly, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Soeietyg Basket Ballg Y. W. C. A.g Dramatic Club. I Erma Lee is especially popular because of her good nature. Cat-Bzzsll-Foots-??. RYE BONDS, Russellville, Ark. Arkansas N. G. Rye is proving himself to be a splendid student. ROY BAKER, Cave Creek, Ark. Debating Clubg Agri Clubg Basket Ballg "T" Association: Trackg A. N. G. Roy is an interesting character with great ability. '''ii:ZEEEEEFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE55EEE?5':5E??EEE21""i3':EEiE5533555 :f355EZEEEEEEi:"' ' 'i5i2lE?'?52i3:" :::::z::::::::::ET?EEE?EE?E:S5EE5E5E1:f"'"' B... S 4. ., QQ , -an , st ss . , x QA mcnln . A-' f ' I ' N- ' . '5,fi1"Z'1 "mil-Illlll' . Illllni-1I. .n S1il'qi2' , i i r mlll ll. .. 3, sph' X ' x " 712591 1 f- X ' ' I . I I ' l ualllll Ilul Ill..-... ln., lIlI'Im un Illllul um f Illia . Q rel: J TA- Q ,gawk 3 V T x dyi X752 Eg: -. , Hu' -.: Zim, 'ji ' mn.. l li ' , 1- 17' . 1.2 st". E 1' "W if-' nn"'9MfL'l."l4:l.fL"-'f'Z'.3uJ'"1."lLnJ"y1' fl . lr. ' m??'lfttz5xf. - D 2 ffil fU'aE.L:ff3P-25'5.-ir::St.'.'.L!lSi..'ti4.Qi SID MCCLANAI-IAN, Havana, Ark. Footballg Baseballg Agri Club. Sid has good ideals and is industriozzs enough to Carry them out. PHUE ROGERS, Scranton, Ark. Arkco-Agrian Societyg Dramatic Clubg Basket Ballg Y. W. C. A.g Expression. Miss Brown says that Prize is an ideal student, and Jack says that she is an ideal girl. WILLIAM I. WOODFORD, Russellville, Ark. "Major" is said to be an electrican who will shock anything from modesty np. CLYDE M. CURTIS, Mt. Vernon, Ark. Agri Clubg Arkco-Agrian Societyg Debating Clubg Y. M. C. A. Clyde works for the joy of working. He has made a good valet for the dairy herd. LADY EVELYN MARTIN, Pottsville, Ark. Y. W. C. A.g Periclean Societyg Dramatic Clubg Music Clubg Glee Clubg Girls Quartet. Lady Evelyn is our most popular girl. She has a very pleasing personality, and is a talented mus- ician. Her sailors are many. f in 15' - .Q f 5 Q .- , f . ' , -- , .. -X 7 it .mil nullllll. .... ...ll h in . .m unnu l1allnn4umL. ,f. e ttf,-E - ' " iff. Yyllzigixygj. -f- f-.-- V W + 1 at ' J 'wa ': l.' 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SJ... ff..-tt:-awe.'1s:.m1..f,.fnkz1.l au L. V - - -f f -, , C 1:-"f".'f::7n:.f.'l,'aa1E:f1zv1nml'lr'l-f!'M1fw'1S-h+fili.3'JPffi:f.-i'fle?5s'nIzriirulisllizlfilllli-'tilt.r 'l KEITH BENNETT, Scranton, Ark. Arkco-Agian Society, Track, Y. M. C. A. Keith is a first class fellow who possesses splendid principles. CLARA GOODIN, Russellville, Ark. Yes, if loveliness, modesty, and intelligence are of value, she is indeed rich, V ROBERT MORGAN, Tupelo, Ark. Robert is good natnred, jovial, and a friend to everyone. JOE GOODWIN, Fayetteville, Tenn. Band, Orchestra, Periclean Society, Tennis. Did you ever see him when he was not in a hurry or laughing loudly? "And the loud laugh spoke - the vacant mind." BOB DAVIS, Red Stripe, Ark. Corp. Battery "D", Arkco-Agrian Society. Bob failed to take the advice of his class mates and took unto himself a wife. We wish him success. E OTIS J. STEPHENS, Skiatook, Okla. Football, Basket Ball, Track, Arkco-Agrian Society. Curley is our class comedian. f t- Q, -..... l I Eh Q V A s ,- .. 1 , , . ' - .-...g- -' ,..., . ' N 7 - . - 'O' X fj L 1 . S lz IYIIZIJ , fF'HuHN - ' -4- : 'Q , .:. -A245412 N' lnlilhslm 'lunlllmllllll HIIl1...n.. -uhllllllllhnm. ...,....,. - O Ilmihuu ...slim IlllllullllmmIlnnllllmmulbgjf " Xu ii . " I O 1 1 v - "nfl C A ' , -f f r " Z fl' if 4 1' K 0 ' X Ll fu sw me w.i-'wa:H:'nff1f:??i.E- ':2.:s'Eli 'iff 'fi' f Lvisit?'.:?iu4zsfi!'f.?.KE2f'iz"??1EYLL!'J:5if714i.nci?9iM L. 5- -7' 4 ' . - V' iii: .J1f..Q-Q 'f'1Jf, "iz A 5'L75.'r'.u 3.1251 21-!'..J v ELSIE BIRKHEAD. Russellville, Ark. Arkco-Agrian -Society, Music Club. To say that she is cute is not enough: she is really wonderful. JOHN COLEMAN, Atkins, Ark. Agri Clubg Debating Clubg Y. M. C. A., Football, Basket Ballg Tennisg Battery "D". He is one of our best. He drew so many dollars that he thought he was on a pension list. ALBERT REYNOLDS, Magazine, Ark. A. N. G.g Agri Club, Y. M. C. A. He is quiet, a deep thinker, and energetic. XZIN McNEAL, Nimrod, Ark. He is good in anything he goes at, especially at breaking hearts. He hopes to travel "West" if 'the "Northwind" doesn't blow him away. EVELYN COOK, Ola, Ark. Dramatic Club. Loved, respected, and admired by all her friends. Yffflg Q .... ik t X Y5?W""'i 'QZZZ tsfe-""""4 QQ 2 Q F ' 4-rx ' ay ,711 W .ff , ,gn 1 A fr .-f rmnmr uma - X -X., -He .. ff . fe' A -. 411253 lmllllll mxlllmllul llllu..-I... ftthlllllllmmi.. ,...,. .. I - - Illlflitlmuu. .alllllIlllllllunlllllllllllllllllllllmglutF' -,U-XAE"'f51Q L Q ill-9 arg? .... , nldps 1. 0:1 1 ' .S O 0 Senlor Class Hlstorg As the scenes of the past rise before me I see several little Sub-fresh- men marching up to the chapel hall on the morning of August 10, 1921. Thus the founders of the great Senior Class of '26 were: Covie Rose, Carl Roberts, Fern Yates, Stanley Mitchell, Xzin McNeal, C. B. Clement, and Harold Overby. Full well do we remember our first year at "Aggie." We felt out of place and very inferior Cas all under-elass- t men should.J But we soon began to realize that we were an impor- tant factor in our school, that we had a part to play in up-holding the banners of our alma mater. The sands of time have sifted down. The year 1926 finds that from our ranks have come noted athletes, leaders in the different clubs and so cieties, and diligent literary students. The play given by the Seniors, was considered one of the most successful class plays ever given in Russellville. Our Class is well represented in all forms of athletics. We fur- nished the Wonder Boys with three of the teamfs most valuable men. C. B. Clement is one of the greatest guards that ever played on an Arkansas team. It would be a credit to any team to have "Foots" in its line-up. Otis Stephens is also a great lineman in every respect. Harold Overby has proved to be a very valuable man at quarter. Es- chol Horn, Harold Overby, and Lambert Besimont are three of Tech's best baseball players. Lambert Hesimont and Eschol Horn are among the best basket ball men in school, with a little more experience John Coleman and Bobbie Rogers will prove their ability on the basket ball court. Prue Rogers, Leola Brown, Erma Lee Price, Fern Yates, Bennye Bond, and Clara Goodin represent the class in girl's basket ball. Seniors -have also distinguished themselves as officers and leaders in the clubs and societies. It has been Seniors that have won in the de- clamation contests. No other one class furnishes as many "non-coins," in the National Guard units. We also find the Seniors strong in the music department. Let us take a birds eye view of this department. We see Hilda Blair, Joe Goodwin. and Lee Harton playing in the band. The keys of a piano seem to have a magic way of responding when touched by Daisy Mc- Millan. And four vocal soloists of more ability than Lady Evelyn Mar- tin, C. B. Clement, Sybil Webb, and Arvle Bennett would be hard to find. But we do not ignore the literary student. XVe have taken a great part in the student activities, but our studies have always come first. Herbert Blair, Lambert Besimont, John Coleman, and Daisy McMillan are at their best when they are inside a class room. This year we conquer the few remaining foes, that stand between us and our "Sheep-Skins." As we realize how much broader and more developed our minds are today than four years ago, we feel that we have not toiled in vain. We realize now, as never before, that we are very 1nuch indebted to dear old Arkansas Tech and its wonderful Faculty. And we hope, ever as we have benefited, that our ahna mater is also better and has profited by our efforts. -C. pl, iyera? I T , . 5 J , 1-.g: fl? -.zygv K Z, .W , ,, g 7 If Lili ' .I Illlli s n 1f...f ,lIIll!" 'IIII II' ll C 1--. -, - s 2- , l iE?: I N, 1: f nn" -- " f"'t' 1 1 U ' - -. . " f7's?"'1 TIF STAT'-, Q" --i au.151'i7.1:i" .-2 ' -Y ' -7'L..':: YL' A r f - Q '-6:1-1-.Qmal:-'52lavhe.6,.1'aaZi.:!e.:a-A-.i.-in.ma...f:5ia..:f3t:l'5'fM,. .-nz., 'I . 0 -me d n You 111, .Z f e nz msn at -Y "f ! J, - I Ill it hmllll lml Ilfm.. mi 5. I n mu . 'III 1 Q f, ' ' t 4i' 96" X 1 -, . F fn' 11 1 l 4 1 U T A 'n 1 I I " ' ', fr ' Senior Class Prophecy Several years have passed since I finished my prep course in Arkansas Tech, and I am now librarian for a Northern University. The students call me "Statistical Jack," so in keeping with my "pet" name, I have proposed an article pertaining to the whereabouts and well being of my classmates. Anna Sue Thompson, Sybil XVebb, Hilda Blair, Lady Evelyn Mar- , tin, and Arvle Bennett have been through the "sharps" of a Musical Conservatory, and are now teaching students how to warble. Otis Stephens is govern-or of Oklahoma. Several of the girls became the wives of prominent business and professional men. They are Daisy McMillan, Benny Bonds, Lcola Brown, Alta Winburn, Clara Goodin, and Erma Lee Price. Fern Yates and Irene Winner are members of the faculty at Ark- ansas Tech. Lee Horton is sheriff of Faulkner County. Sid Walker is proprietor of a "We Wash ,Em" auto shop. Robert Morgan. Rye Bond, Roy Baker, and Virgil Highfill are oper- ating stores in their home towns. Bob Davis is Russellville's new Chief of Police! Chas. Clement and Darrell Burnham finished at Vanderbilt. They are now serving in the Army, as doctors, for experience. After having become a 'Henry,' it seems that Elsie Birkhead is fixed for the winter. John Coleman, Hadley George, and Lee Franklin are great elec- trical Wizards. Eschol Horn and Lambert Resimont are coal mine operators. Covie Rose is mentioned in the "Who's Who in America" as a real poet. Among those who have become successful farmers are Keith Ben- nett, Clyde Curtis, Sid McClanahan, Carl Roberts, Xzin McNeal. and Stanley Mitchell. James Matlock won the Ford Medal last year for old time music. Herbert Blair, Frank NVright and Paul VZIIIIUHISEIII are busily en- gaged in preaching the Gospel. Roy McDougal is manager for a rice company, and Bobbie Rogers purchased an interest in the Douglas Coal Company. I had some trouble in finding anything about where Prue Rogers is, but it seems that she went north with??'?'? Evelyn Cook is a noted seamstress. while Joe Lyman is an ex- pert tailor. Leo Brown and Albert Reynolds have gone to South America in search of bugs. -J. O. itil? Qi '-::: , 5 .,... .. J K- ""f' ' J 8' X Yji?7'll"' 257577 4 1 4 1'7" the: . C- ,X . . , . I' I -I-, I i Y V f f ,Q' Q- nnIuIlllll'. II .lllllll n tm w .llllllllutmtuln ulllllu Ult-.tp fm- .N . - - - f - 51' tif. - -1-yli -"" ' 1 4 bl X ff ' 'i 545 3 'Nr . - X- -' vw., - X 'I Smcnlzt 1 u ., ,s f "J l E, 1 . 4, If L, 'K I 1 lt 4 .mimi nI...... . .,... ' -f' ,,,,,,,, ,,, I .Q , A F 4, ff- 'fl ily l' l 3614 ' X f -.1 I' f' "-"... 'Ji' 1 .V 2 -' 2 L, 1 , l' A WYE'-1-.-:F ,,,. I . tv-3-. ,-4- . ,".. , '-I 1.1"-,.:,:--e-:H 'f'3.' I -1Iigi5"?.fT".i Zvi-fills-tufsawa:aaa-?s-tem.tsi?1set't'iZ -. .. 21- ' - Last' Will and Testunzenl' of Senior Class We, the Seniors of '26, being noble in mind, upright in jus- tice, and feeling safe in our knowledgment of partiality toward the worthy. do cause this, our last will and testament, to be published this year of our Lord Nineteen hundred and Twenty- six. ' ' 1. The class as a unit hereby agrees to will its right of supreme judgment on all questions of great importance to Mr. D. G. Armstrong who, no doubt, will enjoy the privilege. 2. Our worthy president, Chas. B. Clement, leaves to the dunce of the Junior class his powers of versatility, including his ability to play football, to coach and referee basket ball, to cut hair, and, last but not least, he leaves the privilege of flirt- ing with who ever he wishes to be his successor. Mr. Clement's personal will, leaving everything to the blonde in town. was declared null and void by the ruling committee of the Senior Class. 3. Since Paul Van Dalsem, has given up school life and has set his goal as president of the Chamber of Commerce at Aplin, he leaves his oratorical powers to Ralph Cravens. 4. James Matlock, the math shark, leaves to Imogene Liles his ability to make 100 per cent in geometry when the remain- der of the class fails to make a decent zero. 5. Daisy McMillan wills her knowledge of romantic poetry to the most prospective successor to the Rogers-Overby mer- ger, Ilah Hampton and Laverne Weir, especially in a romantic environment such as moonlight and Rose tsl? 6. Carl Roberts leaves his established reputation of being the best fiddler in Arkansas Tech to Mr. Marvin XVilliamson, his most promising contender. 7. Keith Bennett returns to Mr. Dean the power of presid- ing "boss' in the manual training department. Keith says, "the responsibilities are making me baldheadedf' 8. To Roy Crossno, a student of astonishing capacity, goes the honor of being heir to Eschol Horn's ability to soar eleven feet in the pole vault. 9. The Senior Sheiks, Joe Lyman and Lee Harton are leaving without carefully groomed mustaches. To Clement Carter "we throw the torch, be yours to hold it high." 10. Irene Winner wills her conversational powers to Lela Vaughn. 11. "Curley', Stephens leaves the privilege of Working on the farm whenever he wishes, to someone who has never been out after taps, his crops to go toward the upkeep of Ark- ansas Tech. 12. I-Iadley George, our newsboy, leaves his bicycle and license to Perry Clark. ix aff' .J 1 w Q2 ,,..... Q v 3 ,kk X ir 111 n Qt X E112 A , IE! ' 2 1 'Y 9239 43 x ' x, ' - g 1 ki , . - 2. - -if ' if 1' f k Illl Illiiil if 1nmlililIllili..v.... -M mm, ,. ,,lIIliI'uu,.. lllilllllllllalgllmjn..f,, ,aiiisbwig?'f 4 'Q Q . 26 I 5. 7 I s f -f f Q-7. 1' Qtiii' 9 K L E C I qnjgm-. l 7 rm-, 7. rw-P-fl-uw-'1 1.-v2'+weraif?si2rff4'Mtiaa 1 'SWUA 1 13. Sid McClanahan leaves his knowledge of mumps and Vilolettsl to George Hickey. We often wonder why Vioilet and Sid had mumps at the same time. 14. Herbert Blair wills his home in Lamar to "Smoke" Farmer who will readily grasp the opportunity to become bet- ter acquainted with this little city. 15. Stanley Mitchell leaves the right to be called "sister" to Herbert Kirkwood. 16. Xzin McNeal. top-corporal of Battery UD" bequeaths his ability to discharge his duties perfectly to Clement Carter. 17. Rye Bonds wills his interests in the Russellville Laun- dry to a successful manager, Carroll Butfington. 18. Clyde Curtis leaves his knowledge of "dairy tempera- ment" to Mr. Stewart. 19. Darrell Burnham bequeaths his knowledge on, "How to Deal with Newton County Products," to his partner in busi- ness, Hadley Lamont Musgrove. 20. Since the Misses Erma Lee Price, Sibyl XVebb, Elsie Birkhead and Clara Goodin have acquired world-wide fame as movie stars, they leave their talents to the prettiest girls in the Junior class. 21. Sidney B. XValker transfers his knowledge of the sporting world to Damon Runyan, his logical successor. 22. At last Mr. Casey has come into his own. To him Anna Sue Thompson has willed the immense powers of her vocal organs. YVoe be unto Newton County settlers when Uncle Bert visits home. 23. Mr. Buerkle has also received something he will no doubt treasure, since NVilliam "Major" XVoodford has left his ambitions to become General of the American Army, the Bat- tery "DU Captain. 24. Bob Davis leaves to the Tech library fifty copies of his latest book, "Sensations of a Newly Married Man." 25. Hilda Blair proudly bequeaths her knowledge of how to get along with faculty members to Overton Saddler. 26. Leola Brown leaves her athletic abilities to Florence Dean. 27. Arvle Bennett and Lady Evelyn Martin are on their way to the Metropolitan stage. To Otha Clark and Vivian Den- nis they tling the Septer with the injunction to "carry on." 28. Covie Rose and Robert Morgan, joint authors of "From A to Z in Salesmanshipf' leave their latest book. "How to Reach Home when Broke," to Russel Lipe and Lytle Branson. 29. Lambert Resimont wills his ability to referee a basket ball game between his home team and his Alma Mater to M. R. Clement. 30. Virgie Highfill, Albert Reynolds, Lee Franklin, and Evelyn Cook leave their knowledge of English to Miss Brown and Mr. Casey. 31. Robert Rogers wills his ability to entertain faculty members, when they visit his home to Hilda Blair. 5211? "" -'-- ,gge--121:--viva -ffr wwfQffff.....Q::-- , ..... Q 1 " w ...... .. 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VIRGIE HIGHFILL "I was kinder rubbin' the grease in." , A":' 'iif ""':f Q99 --ziffff Q Y, 4 1 , ,V-Y-f A I i , "TE" .,. y ' 4 +L - O j Yfl7:7lIi'?fiZZ2 'n - ' X .j, ,',K:v1.7! f ffllalitmlll. I no ilu nllmm ln 5115.-- -Q ' -' 1 X' W-LIE? f . Q N n mf '17 ' I.-' '-'X gfm' ,fp , ,xum X 4 3 ,ff Lxftflf " . 'Q . Li 1 Il ' lunlllnllnlll Hllll.-I., H llllllum uthmnn n Ill I' I Q f 1 V' F1151 , 1' Q ff -w , I Wu, N -r get K . L W f , 11 Mi nh. U ,fy J,-.,,. I UM, l "r" I I I " ., ,. 12 . I f mmf, . zz-. ...-wa.: -. -. A 1 Z- ?.1- , ,.:,,. ,. , yu - ., L, -4 '1rg'1'--1121,-,R E--5-, ,-- .. ., flikgz, "'- :rr ,, f 1 ' j..l' ', ci?-P?eLulf4r?ee1af'i2i1:.e..rz4a'f mffwtru 4:2 o 1 'USP'-:f:,:f.Q 'z.f1a:.f?rf!f4v.vLsf M'-.lt .:..' we-'::' .:3Ifl'.'-1-Auf'-41.-.f 1 A I . 'K' ' ' ,. ," f , - I-,2'?' . 'iii ' ., g sa - Y' it -arg ii '1 it , " N r, -2? ,av NX 'hx lm g z 5 gf 5 X--A STHOUD HESTER "1'd like to play on your football team, if you don't mind." LYTLE BHANSON "In his latter days he wrote fiction, and he died in poverty." ZENA PHILLIPS "I wouIdn't walk with a boy who went to town W without a permit." , - THOMAS ROSS "If black draws heat, niggers ought to burn up." CLEO RAMSEY "She doesn't care for us loafingf' MILDRED WILLIAMSON "When I start playing the birds stop singing." GLADYS GARDNER "I ain't got ary fellow." J I 1 is ss se 1 01. foffio F , N N ' 1' f ,. - N, Dedication To one who has labored to guide aright those under his direction and to advance the purpose of the institution, seeking thereby to win for our college and its graduates the admiration of the entire citizenship of our great common- wealth. we dedicate this issue of the Agricola- D. G. ARMSTRONG. 'S 1 X x ' '4 "lf , WE 1 , g g. .,L-, 4. 4 1 ,KX '- G . 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I forgot." 211157 .JJ cw 4:3 ,- Q ....... . Vxwbgl, Y F, 9 Ax Fx tw I J I x Elm A mtnln I f f'- .l.x. ' ,f ' ",. -' 1 - K f MN' I 'Q , ',',j- via' I ,Pi is YL ?, -I-,Y I H! 1 4 4 1 il ' 1534.-f ' J ' IHllnmmmmmnlllxuUlIuImlhIIlhl.m.I ,Inl1 zllhh..m.. ...nllmusulllullllll 'F .--Z5 sigh I ,,--- ,- ,, f ,, 7 , A A v1-f,,... 1 " , 1 ! L V Z INE7 l rqzvh .- - - s, fra WILLIE PAXON "Yes sir, I memorized 216 lines in less than an hour." MARY ANN DEAN Ain't men funny." IMOGENE LILES "IVhew! that would make you smile out loud." WINNIE JONES "We eat on squf Vliables, but they d011,f feed us square meals." LLOYD BAKER "Some live to eat, bu! I eat to live." RICHARD DuVALL "I'll sing or blow up." HORACE I' ICHAFT "I guess lhalls right." X21 123' I 7 L-in e A Q-Q as it nz A mcnla A is A '- 'nf U' WV :IL Q' Jump.. gd! 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IIIIIHII' .Harm llllllliluuuullllilllll lllll Ull ff 1-.. " I ' . fi- -..-. N h - - ff H I X .fi -W, 4 +L , X K , EZ I ' 'X' -. 1 "0- QI 1""" " if ' l'i6?,,..1z5-."545W' Q ' W' 'X " 'H I . H g f 4' . ...Mc .-: . ,W 5 V., L,-L 1 I ' I Ilmnfllvullul Illwmm J mm Aa'-X nllll ll I I ' 1' -' f- "X ,- 4"'Z'1.:F-'12 NH H X , -V Z I' I. Img' 'pn N' f ?v?1?"7' K " 441 rf 4- 4 Il 'au I' 2 frm? .. g"4' lqrll 'f 'I H L' I 70, 11 -I Q ,A 4 'L 1 ' la " I' 'QF' +1 . H 'h tu' '??1lrfL1.w.mt I-unfit' E' Q 1 I.. U.. .- f In 1. 1 , .- . .. - 1 .,.-1-1-.-11.-. Jvf . f A'.-. c'.3S2-i+?fiis3ifawfmwif-'-ixgcrswfwffrwnfhttfk' 1, h- 15, 'L-MIT".-.f.T'E''5WE"'Ff?F'I-r9:1?Pi4...:'hf:'1F11.I. '.'- 'ff' --.wr a.. fSa41':!vxinf.If-' S III jg BLANCHE TATE "Oh, I got u flute with au egg und I hate to break il. INEZ GRAHAM "I'll invite my guest to lunch." HABO PHILLIPS "Guess I'Il get there just the same." ALVIN MOSLEY Ah, you d01l,f have any seuse, look here." MILTON GARDNER "Oh, he's left out two lines." MINOR SUMNERS "To prevent stutterizzg, keep your mouth ERA GRIFFIN Monkeys like peanuts. Cats do too." shut." .9 ,kt v: il Ezra? 3 1: L 1 x Q --::. 5 3 Q K 'T' E I K A Q . j 'F'il,s1v1f 2Q 1 , 2 'fT'P , .. ..,. .. . 1 2 g 4' Q Q l:5Err1f-'--- -Tw? . '. 7J!i'- . Ai. '.Di'Z'.EKJllE:TS1:'.fii:i5l2refMIl.Q3:4l"fi.lYl5S,fW.4ir'?!Q Iv, -4. J f -. . "1 bm"f.fT:1' Tx' f:'YQ,,':.J is me' if-.. --f"i?:..'5.'!'1' :L "17'5l:9l'."'!':PL1' LV" " S ' 9 N 1 .411-Z r Q .- ' IQ t s A 5 lkstm XX K 2 I n a x V , .INA W X! iff .: f-v 1 -::- -. -1... ,-- M. f ' ' -1, A , .ff ,Q-:1-5.-N uIII.IlIfII:lllll:....mm1m1lllIlII11I...,.... --Lnlunlmm. .. mm. ...V . lllllal umnllll IIIIIIIIIMIHII1- j"-.5152 NH W l u .,,.. K X -f , ' ' W " 'YW .. 9 ' A ' 7 f " "ffl 'wi-.JUN +If.1"f7:-gl":n'7L..L"?. wif MCI. l 5 I ORLAN HAMES "Any bond is all right, except a liberty bond." VIVIAN DENNIS "Well, Miss Brown, how is the Prince of Wales?" FARRIS ARMSTRONG "Oh, if I could only find some one to really care for me." LELA VAUGHAN "All great people are dying and I feel sick myself. GEORGE HICKEY "That's a dirty trick. Hit don't go with me." ROY CROSSNO "Oh, a wife and about six kids." DOUGLAS CHAMBERS "Whatls sass for the goose is sass for the gander." 1: iserf' Q, ssstse 3 ,YEI ' I su N 1' j yi,-'f11f',1 1 'K' 'Elie A vicnln 'E--.1.f5"lIII uf- . ni111111111 ..,... 111111 .1I 'I 'u 1IllllllIlllI1l H3J 1 " "9 X Y 1 - . , , , .- - Vzsilf ' F' 1 ie. Y?-W-fgd - 1-4 Yue- .. f , H+ ' ' Z L ' , Riff "Q: - 3 ' 4. Qt . .4 1111-' R ,K " ' 1 Q "'1r1 ' X W '71 'f Lg 3 I II , , g If , ,, fn, , L1 1 Il IH 111111l111I111l III1111. 111 ""! 111 1111 lllll ll ll 1 , 1 Q , -, ' -.- 1 rllglh .rf M x -f f K rl 4 ' ' nm gy x A iv- Q gf C 'I Lf ,. 1 nl 'I I ,fy 111,111 , lv: , .e , 'J '1 " . 111 1 f t I", W" Cb' yf 1":'U .11 ..1' 'J':-5111" ..".-1J"'1 ' 4 . ' .J Junior Acctdeing Historg When the spring of 1926 appears, the weary travelers con- stituting thc .Iuuior Class pitch camp at the foot of a very steep hill. Standing there in the glow of the sunset hour they look back over the difficult path they have traversed during the year. As they look, they think of the many dangers in the guise of tests they have encountered. They see the steep hills of Math they have marched over after a climb of many days, and the long English road they have traveled. Once again they look in another direction and perceive an immense mountain Coming which has been difficult to cross. They then talk about the weeks spent in passing that terrible mountain, for there in its passes, were encountered the Fresh- men, the Sophomores and the Seniors. They talk. lest they forget the terrible battles waged and the final triumph of the Juniors. The final victory which has enabled them to reach the summit of the diflieult mountain was waged in a valley over-flowing with volunteers, who were anxious to fight in or- der that they too might some day be true agricolae. As the regiment begins to leave on furlough, Captain Arm- strong points out in the distance the field they have left be- hind. He tells them that. with he same fight next year, the field will be protected, and then tinally they will reap a boun- tiful harvest, which is the dream of every true agrieolae. tire' I 3 J 1 ..,,,,,,:,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,:,,....,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,t 5-3 e ,,,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,, 1 rrtressreeiessri 1 ' . wxlm' 1 J W Kiwi ff - - X 'si , W X 2 A vnznln f lfnxlxivf' S , 2' .Ach 1 cl""" l"" X 4' V A' I f-ki X - 1,7 4 5- , -h , i Y d!Y, 4, ,-, -- ' V :I J- ,V 32,1--.?J,"''JmnmlnmmmnllllllllIulnuHlldgmm' ffhll w lll Hlnuln .nllllu mlllllllllllm ---ff M:Qw9'K A f : .. . 1 -' i f Ani. ya, V - S-QZZZZNEZ: l f,i4,,.,:'-L ' L M' J . lllrfll '1 ..2h11'-45.4....he-fiA.1i!9vlr.-.-1u5..x411f.f.guuff.I.n.31:1-0 'J X 1 ,,,. , ,.N-ef" , ' ' I '- , .W ' -,-",fx -.- ' xml shi r !S7 L --nl .Yin A,.-.M ,,,f. ff?" X ' Y Y . 4 A C, Q. 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EDYVIN DEAN STELLA MORGAN PAULINE REYNOLDS MAMIE FEATHERSTON MYRTLE OPITZ RUBY KISNER ERNEST HORNE ZADA SIMMONS WVYLIE FARRIS GUY REED LUDY VAE HUNDLEY EDITH GRIFFIN LOUISE GREEN MARY VELLE HARDY IRIS NOLEN MILDRED MCGEHEE LINDELL BIRKHEAD HERBERT KIRKWOOD BERNICE BENNETT BESSIE SNONV FREEDA SMTH .IENNIE MAI COFER HOWARD CARPENTER PAUL PARKS RUEL , PITMAN VERNER CRAVENS DON HAMM OKLA BUCHANAN LEXINE COFER EDMOND MABIE ANTONIO TANSIL ANITA SHOPTAVV DON CARLOS LETBETTER GLADYS SULLIVANT LYNN ASKEXV EMICE FRISBY CARL DICKENS MAC WEIR D. S. CHAMBERS AUSTIN MORRIS CHARLES HOLDEN FRED JONES MILTON ROWLAND WENDELL HENDERSON GENEVIEVE COMPTON ROBERT SUMNERS LYMAN MIKEL HADLEY MUSGROVE -pi3r.. A X x QA tmm mdlluulllllnnhl I. , .... 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We do earnestly believe that our motto is inspiring enough to carry us joyfully on our way to seniorhood. Hurrah for the Academy Sophomores of '26 and the seniors of '28! -D. H. 4 -sl l l 3 J Q, t,.:tiE "0" . ssqll my q E A I l .-.3-:iff f,,-Q-sw if Rx glllflfl EI , 1, f "A' rfamml 1--..,,,e I I g 2, f jllllllllll Mflmwml Huh ..4-... :nnlmrlm ....., ,... . .. 1u1m1f....... ....llIIIlllIIu.m..lfIl lllllllll QL:u,gAf-it zKQ5lZg,g 7T i... , ,l", '-' ' , 'I .. ,.LEyKE7: . ,. ,. l 5 A Psalm of Life Tell me' not, in mournful numbers, Life is but an empty dI'C'ClITl..,--Al'1 For the soul is dead that slumbers, And things are not what they seem. Life is real! Life is earnest! And the grave is not its goal: , Dust thou art, to dust returnest, Was not spoken of the soul. . Not enjoyment, and not sorrow, Is our destined end or way: ' But to act, that each tomorrow Finds ns farther than today. 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