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!!;5193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519 ke ELMS PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT UNION OF ELMHURST COLLEGE ELMHURST, ILLINOIS lEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEELMSTHEE PRESIDENT TIMOTHY LEHMANN, graduated from Elmhurst in 1899, became president in 192 5 chief accomplishments; the success of the endowment fund, the accreditation by the North Central Association, the completion of the new gymnasium . . . below . . . Dean THEOPHIL MUELLER, M.A., and Dean GENEVIEVE STAUDT, M.A. ... he has been dean since 1925, she since 1932 ... his field: sociology . . . hers: education . . . Professor PAUL LEHMANN, D.D., came to Elmhurst in 1933 . . . studied at Zurich and Bonn . . . assistant professor of rehgion . . . Professor CARL F. BAUER, D.D. . . . Elmhurst, 1 88 5 . . . on staff since 1890 . . . professor of philosophy . . . bottom . . . Doctor E. HEYSE DUMMER, Ph.D. . . . professor of German . . . chairman of language division of college . . . Professor CHRISTIAN G. ST ANGER, M.A. . . . professor of French . . . Elmhurst, 1891 . . . Pro- fessor HENRY L. BREITENBACH . . . teaches German and English . . . Elmhurst, 1896 . . .Professor H. EMIL HANSEN . . . received his schooling in Germany . . . professor of Greek . . . T In the upper picture . . . DOCTOR HAROLD TOLO, Ph.D. ... a new comer to Elmhurst this year . . . graduated from Luther College in 1921 . . . Assistant Professor of history . . . DOCTOR THOMAS CLARE, Ph.D. ... a native of Wales ... at Elmhurst for the first time this year . . . Assistant Professor of Sociology, Assistant Professor of Education . . . PROFESSOR PAUL N. CRU- SIUS, M.A. . . . chairman of the Division of Social Sciences . . . principal of the academy of Elmhurst College from 1919 to 1928 . . . Professor of History since 1919 . . . In the center . . . PROFESSOR LOYAL F. OLLMANN, M.A. . . . active member of the athletic committee of the school . . . responsible for bringing visual education to the school . . . graduated from Ripon . . . Assistant Pro- fessor of Mathematics and Physics . . . DOCTOR HOMER H. HELMICK, Ph.D. . . . chairman of the Division of Natural Sciences . . . author of a manual used in the chemistry laboratory . . . Professor of Chemistry . . . DOCTOR RUDOLPH PRIEPKE, Ph.D. . . . graduated from Elm- hurst in 1929 . . . secretary of the Alumni Association ... at present, engaged in gathering data about the alumni . . . instructor m chemistry . . . DOCTOR HARVEY DEBRUINE, Ph.D. . . . social chairman of the college ... a graduate of Hope College in 192 5 . . . Professor of Biology . . . PROFESSOR RICHARD HADLEY WATERS, M.A. . . . graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 192 8 . . . chief accomplishment at Elmhurst: organization of the debate squad . . . Pro- fessor of Economics . . . Bottom . . . DOCTOR EMMETT L. AVERY, Ph.D. . . . graduated from Franklin College in 1926 . . . Professor of English during Professor Carlson ' s sabbatical leave . . . PROFESSOR C. C. ARENDS, M.A. . . . activities: coach of the tennis team, director of the College Theater, faculty advisor of the Elm Bark , . . assistant Professor of Speech . . . 5 Left column, top to bottom . . . COACH OLIVER M. LANGHORST, M.S. . . . graduated from the University of Illinois . . . played guard on championship Big Ten football team . . . Assistant Professor of Physical Education, head coach of football, basketball, baseball at Elmhurst for two years . . . MARION SMITH, B.S. . . . instructor in Physical Education ... at Elmhurst since coeducation was introduced in 1931 . . . coach of women ' s tennis team . . . graduated from Battle Creek Colle ge in 1928 . . . ASSISTANT COACH JOHN HOLDEN, B.S. . . . graduated from Elmhurst in 193 3 . . . star football and track man in college . . . head coach of track . . . assistant coach of football, basketball . . . back WRAY FINNEMORE, M.Mus. . . . instructor in the theory of music . . . accompanist of the chapel choir . . . WALDEMAR B. HILLE, B.Mus. . . . director of the School of Music . . . director of the men ' s glee club, the women ' s glee club, the chapel choir . . . instructor in piano . . . front . . . GLEN MOST, B.M. . . . one of the most promising young bass-baritones in the country . . . instructor in voice . . . MILDRED CLARK . . . secretary of the School of Music . . . graduate of Elmhurst in 1934. Right column, top to bottom . . . ERNA STECH, A.B. . . . college librarian since 1930 . . . largely responsible for the development of a fine library at Elmhurst . . . ROBERT LEONHARDT, business man- ager of the college . . . ELMER H. TIDEMANN, college bursar . . . MRS. LYDIA SCHERNEKER, sec- retary to the president . . . ELFRIEDA LANG, college recorder for twelve years ... Top, left ... the Women ' s Federation . . . Mrs. Hildegarde Leonhardt, left foreground . . . Mrs. Elizabeth Voigt, at the machine above her . . . around the table, beginning at the left and reading clockwise . . . Mrs. " Pete " Langhorst, Mrs. Leuschke, mother of the frosh ath- letic star, Mrs. Tolo, Mrs. Coloman, Mrs. Brodt, Miss Eleanor Cully, and Mrs. Martha Lehmann, president of the federa- tion . . . some federation gifts: the newest chapel carpets, curtains and the rug for the Y.M.C.A., furnishings for the reception room in Irion Hall, and drapes for the W.U. room in Old Main . . . meetings: last Thursday in every month. Top, right . . . Prexy Lehmann crossing the campus on the way to his office . . . center, left to right . . . Mrs. Nila Ollmann, with Ole ' s prom queens, and a household guest . . . Dr. Tom Clare finds out what not to believe . . . Mr. Victor Menzel, publicity man for Elmhurst . . . lower row . . . Tennis Coach C. C. Arends . . . Dean Genevieve I Staudt, Miss Elfrieda Lang, and her sister, Miss Gussie Lang, of the University of Indiana . . . Professor of Religion Paul Lehmann, and Professor of Economics R. Hadley Waters . . . almost all the faculty members have offices in the east wing of Irion Hall . . . only a new influx of women dormi- tory residents will drive them out . . . AT REST 7 :519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351 e CLASSES ELMHURST .ASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLASSESCLA 1 1 These are the seniors . . . that is, thirty- four of them . . . there are forty-two, but the other eight are at Eden and so escaped Mr. Krohne . . . On the opposite page, reading from bottom to top in the left column . . . ROY ANDERSON from " Waterloo, Illinois . . . specialties: baseball, ping-pong, dishwashing . . . major: Sociology . . . JANE COFFEY of Glen Ellyn . . . chief interest: music . . . accompanist for the Women ' s Glee Club for four years . . . opera enthusiast . . . major: French . . . GEORGE DUSHECK of Chicago . . . Elm Bark editor . . . specialties: talking and writing . . . major: English . . . PAUL BLOESCH of Dyer, lUinois . . . plays basketball and baseball (he ' s the best pitcher the Pirates ever had) . . . vice-president of the Student Union and thePre-Thes . . . major: History ... in the right column from top to bottom . . . ROLAND VET- TER of Addison . . . good at basketball, baseball, (letterman), and ping-pong . . . major: History . . . LEWIS RHEINSMITH of Oak Park ... chief activity: College Theatre . . . managed the baseball team and handled the class funds last year . . . major: English ... EDWARD SPINDLER of St. Louis, from Mission House at Plymouth, Wisconsin via Eden Seminary . . . bass for Men ' s Glee Club, quartette, and chapel choir . . . major: History . . . over on this page . . . top . . . JESSIE CHAPMAN of Maywood, Illinois, sings in the Women ' s Glee Club . . . business manager of THE 1933 ELMS, managing editor of the 1933-34 Elm Bark . . . honor student this year . . . major: English . . . RUDY ALLRICH of St. Charles, Missouri . . . liked football, baseball, and basket- ball in order . . . letters in first two . . . cleared tables in the Commons ... major: History . . . below . . . EDWARD BOWERS of LaPorte, Indiana . . . chief interest: athletics . . . two football letters for playing center and tackle with skill . . . another hard earned letter for running Elm- hurst ' s intramurals this year . . . worked in the Commons . . . major: History . . . ESTHER WEBER, late of ChiUicothe, Ohio, now of Hinkley, Illinois . . . sang in the Women ' s Glee Club and proctored Irion Hall . . . major: English. 11 Left to right, above . . . WALLACE DRAWERT of Chicago . . . specialties: tennis, basketball . , . the Pirate regular center last winter, till he left school the second semester . . . he also played football and ping-pong . . . major: German . . . WILLIAM ANDERSON of Bremen, Indiana . . . Roy ' s big brother . . . completed the first three years at Elmhurst m 1924 and transferred to Eden . . . had churches in Iowa and New Jersey in interim . . . fin- ished his work the first semester, and like Drawert, will receive his B.A. in June . . . also B.D. . . . major: Sociology . . . ALVIN SIEMSEN, of Peotone, Illinois . . . the Major General on the Flying Trapeze . . . referring, of course, to his work in the Elmhurst College Theatre, of which he was president . . . glee club tenor, W.U. Circus clown, baseball player . . . major: Sociology . . . right to left, below . . . BARBARA STRAUB of Buffalo . . . social chair- man of the Student Union . . . major: History . . . EDWIN HOEFER of Warsaw, Illinois . . . book store manager . . . cross country manager . . . and captain . . . center on the thrice champion senior basketball team . . . Y.M.C.A. cabinet officer, senior class treasurer, bass and treasurer of the Men ' s Glee Club . . . major: Sociology . . . HERMAN WEBER of Mishawauka, Indiana . . . president of the Men ' s Glee Club, of the Pre-theological Club, mem- ber of the College Theatre . . . intramural basketball, football, baseball . . . Commons crew major: Sociology , . . 12 Beginning in the upper left and going clockwise . . . ROY EILERS of Pana, Illinois . , . specialties: playing tackle for the Pirates and driving the truck . . . also the tractor . . . basketball guard, canary breeder, and president of the Senior Class . . . major: So- ciology . . . WILBERT TAEBEL of Lombard . . . most consistent honor student at Elm- hurst . . . president of the Student Union, co-captain of the football team . . . major: Chemistry . . . FRANK KROLL of Ft. Madi- son, Iowa ... the other captain of the Pirates this fall ... he also put the shot in track and sang baritone in the glee club in his first three years . . . major: Philosophy . . . HAS- KETT PRICE of Elmhurst . . . accompanist for the glee club for two years, bass for one . . . student publicist for the last two years . . . class president last year . . . major: Sociology ... in the center . . , SALLY CHRISTENSEN of Maywood . . . Goethe Verein secretary this year, Le Cercle Francaise vice-president last year, president of Women ' s Union last year, and of the parent W.A.A. two years ago . . . specialties: women ' s athletics, particularly basketball and tennis . . . major: French . . . Top, left to right . . . JOHN STEVE of Buffalo . . . answers to " Red " . . . chief interest: athletics . . . football tackle, high hurdler and dash man . . . distinction: only junior at Maple Lodge last year . . . major: History . . . LUCILLE BUNCH of Elmhurst . . . Women ' s Union cabinet . . . " Suzee " of the old Elm Sap . . . sang in the glee club, chapel choir, sextette . . . played basketball with the upperclassmen . . . major: Eco- nomics . . . HERMAN ORTWEIN of Massilon, Ohio . . . editor of the Elm Bark last year . . . Social Life Committee this year . . . major: History . . . below, from left to right . . . RAYMOND MEINERS of Washington, D. C. . . . transferred from Union College two years ago . . . business manager of the Men ' s Glee Club . . , also sang baritone in the same . . . chapel choir, drummer for the band . . . chief interests: religion, music, literature . . . major: English . . . HILDA LIMPER of Bensenville . . . embryo librarian . . . came from Louisville last year . . . secretary of Women ' s Union . . . Women ' s Glee Club . . . major: English . . . WAL- TER KLEFFMAN of Bloomingdale, Illinois . . . had a church there . . . finishing work he left in 192 5 to go to Eden . . . major: Sociology . . . 14 Top, left to right . . . HENRY DUHAN of Baltimore . . . call him Duke, please . . . basketball captain, football half-back . . . chief interests: basketball and jazz . . . major: Philosophy . . . JAMES SAMPLE of Elmhurst . . . honor student . . . class vice-president ... the man in the rubber apron , . . reason: chemistry major . . . CARL KROENLEIN of Danville, Illinois . . . business manager of the Elm Bark . . . chemistry laboratory assistant . . . glee club baritone . . . sports: pole vault and sprints, intramural football and basketball . . . major: History . . , below, left to right . . . MERLE BLINN of Oak Park . . . Elmhurst ' s first Prom Queen . . . class secre- tary last year . . . Women ' s Union cabinet . . . major: Biology . . . EDWARD DRENS S of Danville, Illinois . . . Student Union Store manager . . . president of the now defunct Philosophy Club . . . Pirate center for two years . . . chief fame: intro- duced pies in the store . . . major: Philosophy . . . GERDA MOHRI from Bensenville, Illinois ... the best soprano the Women ' s Glee Club has ever had . . . soloist for four years . . . chapel choir, sextette, feminine lead in the " Pirates of Penzance " . . . W. U. award for basketball . . . major: History . . . ' " il 15 Esther Weber and Fred Oberkircher have their MOSTLY SENIORS -p. a„d d„w„s not be obvious? . . . hrankie Kroll, Ruth Brieschke (she ' s why it ' s " mostly " ) and Duke . . . they ' re not knit- ting, but flying a kite . . . center . . . Paul Bloesch, Plocher, and Hoefer . . . the glee club, of course . . . Miss Mohri enjoys the spring . . . self-portrait ... he should have known better . . . below . . . Eilers, working his way through school . . . Jessie Chapman ... in the shadows . . . somebody sing to her . . . Kroll and Eilers . . . 16 Top . . . sophomores . . . back row . . . ROBERT GLIESSMANN, 1 president; FRANKLIN MUENZER, sergeant at arms; ROBERT JAEGER, treasurer . . . front row . . . LOIS COLMAN, secretary; EVELYN JO ' HILANDER, historian; HILDA BREUHAUS, vice-president . . . Left center . . . seniors . . . back row . . . EDWIN HOEFER, treasurer; JOHN STEVE, sergeant at arms . . . front row . . . ROY FILERS, ji president; LUCILLE BUNCH, secretary; JAMES SAMPLE, vice-president . . . Right center . . . juniors . . . top to bottom . . . JOHN BANAS, (president; LEONA BUENGER, secretary-treasurer; RUTH HEYL, vice-presi- I ' dent . . . Bottom . . . freshmen . . . back row . . . ELDRED STROBEL, secretary; IRVING BAUMRUCKER, treasurer . . . front row . . . RUTH SCHMIDT, CARL STILL WELL, BETTY BECKMANN, RICHARD VAN- DEKIEFT ... all members of the freshman council . . . 17 UNDERCLASS GROUPS Here is the major part of the students, the ones who will return next fall, the underclassmen. They are the body of the school. They haven ' t the adjustments of the frosh to make, nor memories of the seniors to carry away. Thus they ' re not as self-conscious or Elmhurst-conscious as either. They be- long . . . Top . . . ROBERT TATE, part-time student, Elmhurst . . . band . . . KENNETH WOBBE, ' 37, Louis- ville, Kentucky . . . band . . . ROBERT GLIESSMANN, ' 37, Hins- dale . . . sophomore class president . . . MAURICE BRENNAN, part-time student. River Forest . . . Elms ' art editor . . . Center . . . ROBERT RAM- SAY, ' 38, Ind ianapolis . . . baseball . . . EDWIN GROSS, ' 3 8, Enon, Mis- souri . . . LOIS GEER, ' 37, Long- mont, Colorado . . . JANE HEN- DERSON, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . Bottom, ETHEL SCHOEN- ROCK, ' 3 8, Chicago . . . LIBBIE VALEK, ' 3 8, Cicero, Illinois . . . HELMUT KEHLE, ' 3 8, West Bend, Wisconsin . . . CARL STILLWELL, ' 3 8, Bound Brook, New Jersey . . . Elm Bark . . . FREDERICK PLO- CHER, ' 3 8, Woodland, California . . . RICHARD LUEHMANN, ' 38, De- troit . . . FREDERICK WELTGE, ' 3 8, Jackson, Missouri . . . Top . . . ELEANOR WIL- LIS, ' 38, Wheaton . . . DAWN DRYNAN, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . College Theater . . . JANE VAN VOORST, ' 38, Elmhurst ... wo- men ' s sextette . . . MARTHA EISZNER, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . Elm Bark . . . Center . . . RUTH SCHMIDT, ' 38, Merrile, Wisconsin . . freshman council . . . HEL- EN ROMANOFSKY, ' 38, New Ha- ven, Connecticut . . . freshman basketball captain . . . ETHEL- JANE SCOTT, ' 38, Philadelphia . . RUTH FRESEN, ' 3 8, Ed- wardsville, Illinois . . . Lower center . . . HENRY MEITZ, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . College Theatre . . . RICHARD PAR- SHALL, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . Col- lege Theater ... BEN VAN KORN, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . Elms advertising . . . SAM CASAGA, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . Elm Bark. . . . Bottom . . . HAZEL JOHNSON, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . CATHERINE G AFFORD, ' 38, Vil- la Park . . . SUE WEINERT, ' 3 8, Villa Park . . . Mrs. IRMA CLARE, ' 38, Elmhurst. . . . 19 I Top . . . HENRY BAUM- GAERTEL, ' 36, Windsor, Colorado . . . ping-pong champion . . . ROB- ERT KARASEK, ' 36, Elmhurst . . . cross country . . . ARMIN MUNZ, ' 36, Hebron, North Dakota . . . - track team . . . FRANK VERTO- VEC, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . football, basketball . . . WILLIAM STRAND, ' 36, Elmhurst . . . basketball and tennis . . . MARCO RODRIGUEZ, ' 3 6, Mexico . . . tap dancer . . . THEODORE RASCHE, ' 36, St. Louis . . . chapel choir . . . EMIL HAN- SEN, ' 36, Elmhurst . . . tennis. . . . Bottom . . . IRVING BAUM- RUCKER, ' 3 8, River Forest . . . football, track . . . DONALD JEP- SEN, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . football . . . . . . top to bottom . . . WILLIAM CARSON, ' 37, River Forest . . . tennis . . . WILLIAM BUSH, ' 37, Hinsdale . . . HERBERT BOS- WORTH, ' 37, Elmhurst ... in front . . . MARGARET FIRMER, ' 37, Oak Park . . . back . . . GRACE NEW- MAN, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . JEAN BRADFORD, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . HELEN WEBB, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . RUTH MEYER, ' 36, Chicago • • • | women ' s basketball and tennis . . . ALBERT TAEBEL, ' 3 8, Lombard . . . football . . . ARTHUR HIL- ANDER, ' 3 8, Glen Ellyn . . . bas- ketball and track. ... v 20 Left column, top to bottom . . . ROLAND PANTERMUEHL, ' 36, New Braunfels, Texas . . . Goethe Verein president . . . ERNEST MELCHERT, ' 36, Black Creek, Wisconsin . . . men ' s quartette EDWARD MEILLER, ' 36, San Antonio, Texas ARNOLD LAMBARTH, ' 36, Saline, Michigan football, basketball, baseball . . . CHAR- LOTTE RAHN, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . FLORENCE FIELD, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . LEROY SETZIOL, ' 38, Buffalo . . . ROBERT PAPSDORF, ' 3 8, New Brem- en Ohio . . . EDGAR PRASSE, ' 38, Freeport . . . CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . BONNIEBEL DAVIS, ' 38, May wood . . . FRED OBER- KIRCHER, ' 37, Erie, Pennsylvania . . . track manager . . . FRANK- MUENZER, ' 37, Elmore, Ohio football trainer. . . . Right column, top to bottom JOHN HOSE, ' 37, Massilon, ... Elm Bark . . . VERA LIMPER, ' 37, Bensenville . . . Cercle Francais . . . CLARA JAMESON, ' 37, Lombard . . . women ' s tennis . . . MARIAN MEHLER, ' 3 8, Louis- ville, Kentucky . . . chapel choir . . . KATHERINE K L I C K, ' 38, Louisville . . . chapel choir. . . . LIN Ohio 21 ■ Top . . . LAVERNE DAUDERMAN, ' 38, Alhambra, Illinois . . . FRED THOMAS, ' 3 8, Marine City, Michigan . . . HERMAN PETERSEN, ' 3 8, Tilden, Nebraska . . . HAR- OLD BRUCKNER, ' 3 8, Sandusky, Ohio . . . LOUIS DICKENS, ' 3 8, Auburn, New York . . . football . . . WILLIAM GABLER, ' 37, Wav- erly, Iowa . . . GEORGE KALBFLEISCH, ' 37, Highland, Illinois . . . Y.M.C.A. cabinet . . . MANFRED STOERKER, ' 37, Pittsburgh . . . baseball . . . RALPH HUBER, ' 37, Chillicothe, Ohio . . . Below . . . LOUIS REICHENBACH, ' 37, Columbia, Illinois . . . cheerleader . . . ROBERT BAUMANN, ' 37, Columbia, Illinois . . . Y.M.C.A. secretary . . . EVELYN TROUTMAN, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . College The- ater . . . JUNE O ' BRIEN, ' 37, Glen Ellyn . . . women ' s basketball manager . . . LOIS COL- MAN, ' 37, Glen Ellyn . . . sophomore class sec- retary . . . LOWELL HANON, ' 36, San An- gelo, Texas . . . Top . . . PAUL DIETRICH, ' 3 8, Clarington, Ohio . . . PAUL JANS, ' 38, Detroit . . . ROBERT BRIGGE- MAN, ' 3 8, Shelby ville, Indiana . . • RUTH WARNEKE, ' 3 8, Oak Park . . . College Theater . . . CHRISTIAN NEUMANN, ' 37, Annapolis, Maryland biology lab assistant first semester ' ' " center. ..VERNON HOECKER, ' 36, Louisville . . . tennis captain . . . TED KROHNE, ' 36, Buff- alo .. . Elm Bark editor . . . FRED DENBEAUX, ' 36, St. Louis . . . Y.M.C.A. president . . . PAUL EISEN, ' 36, Niles, Michigan . . . ELMS literary editor . . . JOHN NIENSTED, ' 36, Pana, Illinois . . . football. . . . Bottom . . . HELEN KAISER, ' 36, Freeport, Illinois . vice-president Women ' s Union . . . LAURA PRESS, ' 36, St. Louis . . . vice-presi- dent Student Union . . • RUTH HEYL, ' 36, Waterloo, Illinois . . . Women ' s Glee Club president . . • lying down . . . ELOISE STRUB, ' 37, Williamsport, Pennsylvania . . . chapel organist . . . PAUL STUMPF, ' 3 8, Buffalo . . . LEONARD WOLF, ' 36, Elmhurst . . . captain track team . . . JOHN BANAS, ' 36, Franklin Park, Illinois . . . junior class president. . . . 23 Left column, top to bot- tom .. . ALICE DAHL, ' 38, Bensenville . . . College Thea- ter .. . ROBERT ARNESEN, ' 37, Chicago . . . ROBERT JAEGER, ' 37, St. Louis . . . track . . . GEORGE SATTER, ' 37, Waterloo. . . . Right column, top to bot- tom .. . LEONA BUENGER, ' 36, Oak Park . . . Women ' s Union president . . . M A R - CARET RILEY, ' 3 6, Oak Park . . . ELMS editor . . . MABEL CRAIG, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . DORIS BAY, ' 36, Elmhurst . . . ELMS art editor . . . MARTIN KNICKER, ' 37, Ohlman, Illinois ... track .. . WALTER LAUER, ' 37, Lincoln, Illinois . . . CARL BERGER, ' 37, Venedy, Illinois . . . cross country . . . HUBERT STOLPER, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . basketball, baseball . . . WAR- REN MELLIN, ' 38, Chicago . . . debate team . . . HILDA BREUHAUS, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . Coed Dance Chairman . . . LOUISE ZANDER, ' 37, Glenn Ellyn . . . women ' s sex- tette . . . ARNOLD HERRMANN, ' 3 8, St. Louis . . . ELDRED STROBEL, ' 3 8, Wau- sau, Wisconsin . . . football . . . WALTER PLASSMAN, ' 38, Centralia, Illinois . . . 24 mtM Left column, top to bottom . . . CARL HILLE, ' 3 8, Okawville, Illinois . . . ARTHUR SEN - NEWALD, ' 3 8, Cheektowago, New York . . . DOR- OTHY HAGGE, ' 36, Lombard . . . WALTER BLOESCH, ' 3 8, Dyer, Illinois . . . baseball . . . IRVIN BEPPLER, ' 3 8, Wausau, Wisconsin . . . Elm Bark . . . Right column, top to bottom . . . RICHARD BRADOF, ' 3 8, Franklin Park . . . RALPH ROSE, ' 3 8, Franklin Park . . . HELEN SHIPLEY, ' 37, Maywood . . . CONSTANCE TREU, ' 37, Villa Park n ... KATHERINE MURLEY, ' 37, Elm- ' hurst . . . WILLIS HENSON, ' 3 8, River Forest . . . football . . . RICH- ARD VANDEKIEFT, ' 38, Villa Park . . . football, track . . . circulation ' manager of ELMS . . . Top . . . GENEVIEVE GAVIN, part- time student, Elmhurst . . . HARRIS AN- GELL, ' 37, Wheaton . . . DARRELL VAN AUKEN, ' 3 8, Elmhurst. ... Inset . . . ELEANOR MAIER, ' 37, Chicago . . . chapel choir . . . THELMA MIELKE, ' 37, Rochester, New York ... ' glee club . . . GERTRUDE ENDERS, ' 37, Washington, D. C. . . . DOROTHY LAM- BRECHT, ' 37, Chicago . . . Women ' s Glee Club secretary . . . BERNICE MAIER, ' 37, Chicago. ... Bottom . . . EDWARD SCHLUNDT, ' 37, Chillicothe, Ohio . . . chief interest: singing . . . PHILLIP KROH, ' 37, Tower Hill, Illinois . . . track . . . DONALD RASMUSSEN, ' 37, Schiller Park, Illinois . . . manager of football team . . . LEE ROCK- WELL, ' 37, Belleville, Illinois . . . new busi- ness manager of the Elm Bark . . . LEON B E U T L E R, post-graduate student, Chelsea, Michigan. . , . Top . . . WILLIAM RACHERBAUMER, ' 37, Hoyle- ton, Illinois . . . specialty: sing- ing bass . . . pictured with Danny, the " cop " . • • JAMES MACKEY, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . • THEODORE KROSS, ' 3 8, Elm- hurst ... Center . . . MELVIN GROVE, ' 37, Rock Island, Illinois . HELEN KETTNER, ' 38, Oak Park . . . chief interest: piano . . . HENRY WESSEL, ' 37, Chicago . . . Bottom . . . EARL LES- TER, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . . ELMS photography assistant . . . ROB- ERT SHEAHAN, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . track . . . JOEREILLY, ' 37, Elmhurst . . . 27 Right column, top to bottom . . . BERT WERMICH, ' 3 8, Desplaines . . . JOHN SHAY, ■38, Elmhurst . . . DONALD SHILEY, ' 37, Elm- hurst . . . THOR CHRISTENSEN, ' 37, May wood . . . LADDIE ZEMAN, ' 37, Hinsdale . . . HES- TER DEBRUINE, ' 3 8, Cedar Grove, Wisconsin . . . ARMIN MARONN, ' 36, Mil waukee ... I HERBERT TETZLAFF, ' 36, Mil waukee ... I Left column, top to bottom . . . IRVING CAMERER, ' 37, Union Mills, Indiana . . . cross I country captain, track . . . HENRY LIPPERT, ' ' 37, Mascoutah, Illinois . . . debate team . . . RICHARD FRANKLIN, ' 3 8, Elmhurst ... . RUTH BRIESCHKE, ' 37, Elmhurst ... Elm Bark . . . PERSIS WARREN, ' 37, May wood . . . College Theater . . . LAVERNE BECKMAN, ' 37, Bellwood . . . 28 Top ... FRANK BORK, ' 36, Schiller Park . . . baseball . . . HAROLD OTT, ' 3 8, Chicago . . • football . . . MARION KEIR, ' 3 8, Elmhurst BETTY BECKMANN, ' 3 8, Highland, Illinois . . • Bottom . . . EUGENE BAUER, ' 3 8, Elmhurst . . • tennis . . • CARL BREUT- NER, part-time student, Elm- hurst . . . band . . . DOR- OTHEA ERNST, ' 3 8, Detroit . . . College Theater . . . FRED SIBLY, ' 37, Oak Park . . . tennis . • . EARL YOUNG, ' 37, Desplaines, Illi- nois . . . new ELMS business manager . . . DONALD FORBERG, ' 37, Desplaines . . . ping-pong . . • BARNEY FRANZEN, ' 37, Desplaines . . ALVIN KUHLMAN, ' 37, Desplaines . . • baseball Left column, top to bottom . . . ROBERT DIEHL, ' 3 8, Elmh urst . . . football . . . CALVIN CUNNINGHAM, ' 38, Elm- hurst . . . football . . . KENNETH ROBBINS, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . football, basketball, baseball . . . ROBERT LEUSCHKE, ' 3 8, Elnxhuirst . . . football, basketball, track . . . CLAUDIA RUXTON, ' 38, Glen Ellyn . . . glee club alto . . . ELOISE ASH- BY, ' 3 8, Hinsdale ... de- bate team . . . VIRGINIA SCOTT, ' 38, Elmhurst . . . ROBERT KENNEDY, ' 37, Elmhurst . , . Right column, top to bottom . . . KENNETH BOLDT, ' 37, Elmh urst . . . College Theater stage man- ager . . . ROBERT HAP- PEL, ' 3 8, East St. Louis . . . baseball . . . LA- VERNE EBERT, ' 3 8, East St. Louis . . . LUCIAN KEPPEL, ' 3 8, Detroit . . . ROBERTA BORK, ' 37, Buffalo . . . Elm Bark . . . FLORENCE RICK- ERT, ' 37„ Delmar, New York . . . glee club . . , In the lower corner . . . WILLIAM SHIP- MAN, ' 3 8, Elmh urst . . . the hardest student in school to get a picture of . . . his was the last picture taken for the 193 5 ELMS . . . Across the top . . . the mailman, Manfred Stoerker Happel, Fred Schmale, who was here first semeste r, and Ebert • they decided that the time was cold ... the two editors, Krohne and Riley, help start the BensenviUe Essex . . across the center . . . the physics class . . • left to right . . . Zeman, Beutler, Shiley, Vertovec, Bush, Kennedy, and Christensen . . . missing: Dusheck and Ole . Ben Van Korn, looking for an advertiser— or Florence Field . . . Persis Warren . . . every good annual has a picture of a pretty girl leaning against a tree . . . across the bottom . . . Cal Cunningham, who dropped m the middle of the second semester ... he got, of all things, a job . . . Helen Romanofsky . . . this proves she can stand up . . . Miss Christensen and Mr. Pantermuehl loaf expertly . . . they were here 67 minutes that warm after- noon . . . Louise Zander and Joe ReiUy in the other corner of the chapel steps ... not the same day . . . PEOPLE 32 ,193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519 e CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS :ganizationsorganizationsorganizationsorganizationsorganizationsc STUDENT ' UNION T Purpose: student government . , . mem- bership: all full-time students . . . pictured above: the executive committee, consisting of, left to right . . . President WILBERT TAEBEL, chapel chair- man TED RASCHE, dining hall chairman ALVIN SIEMSEN, vice-president PAUL BLOESCH, treas- urer LAURA PRESS, athletics, JOHN NIENSTED . . . front, right . . . secretary RUTH HEYL . . . back from her . . . social chairman BAR- BARA STRAUB, publications chairman GEORGE DUSHECK . . . extreme right . . . organizations chairman FRED DENBEAUX . . . missing: ROY EILERS, building and grounds . . . ERNEST MELCHERT, employment . . . below . . . the Student Union Co-operative Store . . . operated for first time in years at a profit . . . principal prob- lems 1934-3 5: the recreation room, an heritage from the Y.M.C.A. ... the Elm Bark . . . which started the year with a deficit . . . leading to cam- pus dissatisfaction, an investigation with trimmings, and finally a general resolution deploring the pres- ence of scandal and leaving everything to the discre- tion of the editor, where it already was . . . the yearly election . . . campus politics and an uncon- stitutional election yielded the usual fruit — much bickering, a new election, the people ' s choice . . . 34 In the spring of 1933, the Y.W.C.A. and the W.A.A merged to form the W. U. . . . purpose: the usual ones of the parent organizations . . . important activities: Scavenger Hunt (with Y.M.C.A.) . . • Little Sister Tea, among others . . . Coed Dance . . . Annual Circus . . . this last is the most important, requiring the services of all the girls in school and most of the men . . . membership: all regularly enrolled women . . . government: officers and cabinet, pic- tured in the upper left hand corner . . . left to right stand- ing .. . MARGARET RILEY, athletics . . . ERNA STECH, faculty advisor . . . LAURA PRESS, service . . . HELEN KAISER, vice-president . . . GENEVIEVE STAUDT, faculty advisor . . . ELOISE STRUB, arts . . . DORIS BAY (hidden), publicity . . . LEONA BUENGER, president . . • sitting . . . SALLY CHRISTENSEN treas- urer . . . PERSIS WARREN, social . . . LOIS COLMAN, points . . . HILDA LIMPER, secretary ... the picture on the right shows the circus committees ... at the right of the drum, between the clown and ringmaster (Ruth Meyer) is MARION SMITH, director of women ' s athletics, and the third faculty advisor of the W. U. i Main purpose: to produce plays . . . secondary purpose: to bring those together who are actively interested in the theatre . . . membership: voted in by existing members on basis of skill at some phase of theatrical work . . . organized: this year, from old College Theatre which consisted mostly of cast of current production, and Cues, which had little excuse for being outside of College Theatre . . . important mem- bers: Director C. C. Arends who mixes amateur players, good scripts, home- made properties, a small stage, and weeks of rehearsal with enough direc- | torial skill to produce the best produc- ' tions in the community . . . and Kenny Boldt, electrician and stage man- ager, who spends more time on Theatre j productions than anyone else, includ- ing the director . . . principal pro- duction this year: " Andreiev ' s " Life of Man " . . . financially unsuccessful . . . theatrically the best thing the | Theatre has ever done . . . chief act- ' ors: Richard Parshall as " Man, " Persis Warren as " Wife of Man, " Paul Eisen as " Figure in Grey, " Jane Van Voorst, | Herman Weber . . . oflScers; pictured, | left to right . . . PAUL EISEN, pro- J gram chairman . . . JOHN HOSE, , business manager , . . ALVIN SIEM- SEN, president . . . DOROTHY LAMBRECHT, secretary-treasurer ... seconda ry activities: discussion meet- ings and theatre trips . . . latter in- j eluded Gertrude Stein ' s " Four Saints in ' Three Acts, " Shakespeare ' s " Midsum- mer Night ' s Dream, " produced by Max ; Rheinhardt, Sean O ' Casey ' s " The Plough and the Stars, " given by the ' Abbey Players, and Maxwell Ander- j son ' s " Mary of Scotland, " with Helen Hayes ... 3f Elm Bark editors have the most interesting, most unpleasant job on the campus . . . Volume XV started the year with $154 deficit . . . result: mimeo- graphed bi-weekly, providing excuse for usual cam- pus trouble-makers to go into action ... an anony- mous pamphlet was issued attacking the editors and their friends ... an investigating committee in- vestigated, sounded out campus opinion . . . special Student Union meeting modified all its recommenda- tions so that matters were left where they had started, except for the addition of Dr. Tom Clare to faculty advisory committee and a blanket resolution condemn- ing scandal . . . the mimeographed form of the paper led to the issuing of three other imitations for various special purposes ... the Bark collaborated with the Homecoming Committee to publish the only printed edition of the year ... the regular editor of the Bark, George Dusheck, was ineligible at the beginning of the year . . . Ted Krohne took his place for the first six weeks, and was elected to succeed him in March ... the staff up till then: Dusheck, editor; Krohne, managing editor; Hose, associate editor; Brieschke, as- sociate editor; Kroenlein, business manager; Rockwell, circulation manager ... the present staff: Krohne, Hose, Brieschke, Stillwell, Rockwell, Bork . . . upper picture, left to right . . . BEPPLER, HOSE, VAN VOORST, VANKORN, DUSHECK, BRIESCHKE . . center picture . . . BORK, ROCKWELL, EISZNER . . . corners . . . KROENLEIN, KROHNE ... 37 Organized: 1894 . . . the oldest or- ganization on the campus . . . present direc- tor: Waldemar Hille . . . that ' s him getting into the bus . . . officers this year were: Her- man Weber, president; Lee Rockwell, vice- president; Edwin Hoefer, secretary-treasurer; Ray Meiners, business manager . . . accom- panist this year and last has been Haskett Price . . . also sings bass . . . tours: two, the first down to St. Louis with enroute stops, taken in February; the second a post-season tour when school is out, taking the men to Indianapolis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Scranton, Pittsburg, New York, Buffalo, Erie, Rochester, Cleveland, and a dozen other cities . . . 38 Organized: 1930 . . . director ever since- Waldemar Hille . . . officers pictured above . . . left to right . . . RUTH HEYL, president . . . HELEN KAISER, secretary- treasurer . . . DOROTHY LAMBRECHT, business manager . • • ESTHER WEBER, vice-president . . • tours: one, in April . . . through Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana highlight: a day at Churchill Downs, the Tuesday before the Kentucky Derby . . • numerous concerts around Chicago and its sub- urbs during the year . . • sang, with the Men ' s Glee Club, over the N.B.C. network on April 6 . . . Jane Coffey, Jessie Chapman, and Lucille Bunch are the only girls in the club to have taken all four of its yearly tours . . • Miss Coffey has been the accompanist since she was a freshman ... . Next year ' s officers are: Eloise Strub, presi- dent; Helen Kaiser, vice-president; Persis War- ren, secretary-treasurer; Ruth Meyer, business manager . . • G CLUB 39 I Purpose: to provide a brother- hood for students who intend to become ministers of the gospel ... to secure the advice and experience of men of rehgious wisdom who come to the cam- pus . . . membership: all pre-theolog- ical students . . . chief activity: the securing of speakers at Wednesday as- sembly to remain and lead informal dis- cussion meetings with interested stu- dents . . . officers: PAUL BLOESCH, secretary; ARNOLD LAMBARTH, treasurer; HERMAN WEBER, presi- dent; ROLAND PANTERMUEHL, vice-president. 40 Organized: 1932 . . • member- ship: almost all German students most important member: Dr. E. Heyse Dummer, who plans and directs all Goethe Verein activities purpose: the furtherance of German culture at Elmhurst, both in the college and in the town . • •, year ' s highlight: the Bach festival in March ... the school of music and many choral organizations of the town co-operated with Dr. Dummer and the Goethe Verein to produce one of the most successful affairs of the school calendar . . • monthly meetings are held for Goethe Verein members only, in addition to the large public affairs such as this . . . officers: left to right . . . SALLY CHRISTENSEN, secretary . . • ROY ANDERSON, vice-president . DORIS BAY, treasurer . . . ROLAND PANTERMUEHL, pres- ident . . . below: the beverage is chocolate milk, the song is " Der Wacht am Rhein " . . . 41 OTHER O R G A N I Z A T I O N S Upper left ... the debate squad . . . ELOISE ASHBY and REICHEN- BACH on the left side of the table . . . LIPPERT and BANAS on the right . MELLIN and PROFESSOR WATERS check their sources . . . YOUNG and STILL- WELL didn ' t show up . . . remember? ... the solemn gentlemen on the right con- stituted the Y.M.C.A. cabinet . . . left to right . . . EISEN, vice-president; HOECK- ER, program; Den BEAUX, president; HOSE, social; SIEMSEN, treasurer; BAUMANN, secretary; HOEFER, house; KALBFLEISCH, religious Kfe . . . this is probably a com- munistic conspiracy . . . center . . . women ' s sextette . . . ZANDER, KLICK, with PRESS back of her, HEYL, VAN VOORST, BUNCH . . . scene: Oumir ' off studio ... and the men ' s quartette . . . RASCHE, ROCKWELL, MELCHERT and SPIND- LER ... the forehead belongs to Mr. PRICE . . . below . . .the chapel choir some think it is the best singing group on the campus . . . officers of Le Cercle Francais . . . bottom to top . . . VERA LIMPER, secretary; MARGARET RILEY, president; DORIS BAY, vice-president; MARCO RODRIGUEZ, treasurer . . . 42 Edition of 193 5 . . . chief-distinction: the picture of every student and faculty member at Elmhurst is m it . . • nearly 800 pictures were taken to accomplish this . . . most credit goes to Ted Krohne and his Voightlander camera . . • assistants: Weber, Lester, Breutner . . . aim: more pictures, less literary effort . . . success: you tell us . . • below is the staff that did it . . . upper left . . . WEBER, KROHNE, BAUMAN . . VAN KORN, ANGELL, advertising . • • centef . • art staff . . • BRENNAN, BAY, KROHNE below . . . general staff . . . left to right . . . BUEN- GER, business manager; RILEY, editor; EISEN, literary edi- tor; VANDEKIEFT, circulation; DUSHECK, assistant editor . . ' . if you like it, tell us ... if you don ' t, sign a peti- tion ... 43 ii MORE PEOPLE Upper left ... the man is Kuhlman . . . ask Winchell about the girl . . . on board the S.S. Sophomore . . . Ben Van Korn and Florence Field come back in time for one class anyway . . . the prexy of the coed glee club and the S.U. chapel chairman are on their way . . . Ruth Heyl and Rasche to you . . . second row across . . . Professor and Mrs. Tolo have just seen " The Rising of The Moon " . . . Miss Eiszner and Mr. Karasek at a track meet . . . they disown the kids . , . Gerda Mohri and 5f ally Dra- wert ... the ELMS pho- tographer caught them to- gether by some chance . . . Professor Paul Lehmann without his hat, Bob Gliess- mann and Lois Colman . . . date: April 24 . . . occasion: the College Theater ' s two one acts . . . E. J. and Diehl . . . this is one of the three gross pictures we have of them ... at the right • . . i Duke Duhan and Sally Christensen . . . her real | name is Solveig . . . bot- tom, across . . . Jepsen and Helen Kaiser ... the S.S. Sophomore again . . . Lee Buenger and Eddie Hoefer . . . Charlotte Rahn, not Russe, and Laddie Zeman . . . he seems surprised . . I In Irion Hall . • • no, you can ' t all be ELMS photographers . . • left to right . . . Ruth Fresen, E J. Scott, Helen Romanofsky, ana Ruth Schmidt ... Mr. Vandekieft is holding up Mr. Keppel, or vice versa if you turn the book over . . • Rockwell dares the law . . . left center ... Lee Buen- ger, junior, and Eddie Hoef- er, senior . . . ah, cruel, cruel time! . . . inset . . . Ben Boldt ... he doesn ' t like the ball game ... be- low . . . Marian Stringer . . . one of last year ' s phil- osophy majors . . . and Don Jepsen, who plays football, if you haven ' t heard . . . they look like Frankie and Johnny , . . Helen Romanofsky again . . . she wants to get a good start in life . . . STILL MORE 46 193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519351935193519 e ATHLETIC SEASON AT ELMHURST 1934-33 ITHLETICSATHLETICSATHLETICSATHLETI CSATHLETICSATHLETICSATHLETICSATI FOOTBALL Head Coach " Pete " Langhorst ' s 193 5 football team won four games, lost two, and tied one to complete one of the most successful seasons in Elm- hurst gridiron history. With a number of freshmen dotting the lineup, the Pirates began the season with a 7 to 6 victory over Morton. Using straight power plays, the Pirates crashed through for their lone touchdown early in the game. Elmhurst scored its second victory at the expense of St. Joseph College of St. Joseph, Indiana. In this game the Pi- rates repeated their tactics of the opener and pounded out an 8 to 6 victory. Aurora College came next and again the Pirates scored first on a long drive down the field. In the last quar- ter, however, the Aurora squad launched an amazing aerial attack that scored the game-tying touchdown. Frosh gridmen played a stellar role in destroying Wheaton ' s Homecoming with a 6 to 0 Elmhurst victory. The Pirates completely dominated the game, scoring the only touchdown on a pass in the second period. Two nights before the big Homecoming battle with the powerful North Central team. Head Coach Lang- horst was laid low by an attack of appendicitis, but with Coach Holden in charge, the Pirates turned in a moral victory by holding the vaunted Naper- ville aggregation to a 19 to 13 count. De Kalb, the next Elmhurst opponent, punched over four touchdowns in the first quarter, finally subduing the Pi- rates, 47 to 12. The Pirates took the field against St. Viator determined to avenge the severe drubbing given them by the visitors during the previous season and did so by a score of 27 to 6. 48 At the left top . . • JOHNNY NIENSTED, jun- ior left half back . . ■ next to him . . • SHINE ROBBINS, freshman half back ... to the right of Robbins . . . RUDY ALLRICH. senior fullback . . . top right . . • DICK VANDERKIEFT, freshman center . . . be- low Robbins . . • BOB LEUSCHKE, freshman tackle ... to the right of Leuschke . . . TONY DREWS, senior center . . . to the right and above Drews . . • BUGS BOW- ERS, senior center . . . below Vanderkieft, at the right . . . ARNOLD LAMBARTH, junior full- back ... at the extreme left . . ■ CO- captain FRANKIE KROLL, r.enior guard ... to his light . . GUS STROBEL, freihman back ... be- low Drews . . . DON JEPSEN, freshman tackle . . . at the right, under Lambarth . . ■ BILL TAEBEL, co-captain, star end ... in the lower right hand corner RED STEVE, senior left tackle . . . 49 FOOTBALL NUMERAL MEN These are the men who won their numerals in football last fall ... in the top row, left to right . . . LOUIS DICK- ENS, freshman line man . . . DUKE DU- HAN, senior back . . . AL TAEBEL, frosh line man . . . BOB DIEHL, freshman back ... in the upper center . . . HAR- OLD OTT, freshman line man . . . FRED OBERKIRCHER, sophomore line man . . . DONALD RASMUSSEN, the manager of the team, a sophomore . . . ARNOLD HERRMANN, freshman lineman . . . BARNEY FRANZEN, sophomore line man ... in the lower center . . . DICK PAR- SHALL, frosh backfield man . . . WAL- TER PLASSMAN, freshman line man . . . PAUL JANS, freshman line man . . . m the bottom row . . . WALLY DRA- WERT, senior line man . . . WILLIS HENSON, freshman back . . . CAL CUNNINGHAM, frosh backfield man . . . BILL CARSON, sophomore back . . . 50 I I A T H L E T I C P E O P L E The c ross coun- try team, in the lower left hand corner, went through the season minus the services of its captain and star, Eddie Hoefer, who was forced out of competition by illness. Hoefer took charge as coach, how- ever, and turned out a team which won three dual meets, lost one, and finished third in a triangular meet. The Buc thinclads trounced Morton Junior College twice and Chicago once. They were barely nosed out at Loyola University, and finished third in a triangular meet with Wheaton and Loyola- Leonard Wolf was the mainstay of the team, along with Irving Camerer, Bob Sheahan, and Bob Camerer was elected captain of the team when Hoefer resigned. In the picture from Ifft to right are CAMERER, BERGER, KNICKER, SHEAHAN, WOLF, KARASEK, REICHENBACH, and HOEFER. At the top left are the battle-axes of the Pirate sluggers . . . right top . . . Vernon Hoecker captam of the tennis team ... in the background is EmU Hansen . . . left • start of the 00 yard dash in the meet with Armour . . . only Elmhurst entry: Carl Kroenlein, second from left . . • thyho t to his left . . . track coaches Alonzo Stagg Jr. of Armour Tech and . below is Bob Jaeger in the midst of a broad jump . . . Lucian Keppel and at the left an Armour man waits for his next event . . . lower right . . . putter is Dick Vandekieft Moon Holden of Elmhurst Haskett Price watch him Shine Robbins sends a booming punt down the field 51 BASKETBALL Elmhurst ' s 193 5 basketball team won only one of fifteen games. Hampered by ineligibility, injuries, and poor team morale, the Bucs were able to defeat only Aurora, a non-conference opponent. College of Optometry, North Cen- tral, Wheaton, De Kalb, and Eureka each defeated the Pirates twice, while Aurora, Carthage, Macomb Teachers, and George Williams each trimmed them once. The Pirates began the season with what was thought to be the finest team in some years, but a winning combination was never found. The Chicago College of Optometry started the Bucs on the trail of defeat by a score of 28 to 23. Aurora then swamped the Bucs by a score of 41 to 28. The Pirates later reversed this de- cision in a return game on the Elmhurst court. Wheaton nosed out the Bucs in the final minutes of their first game, 34 to 24, and trounced them in the second en- gagement, 39 to 22. De Kalb piled up a 41 to 17 margin over the Bucs in the first meeting of the two teams on the Elmhurst court, and practically duplicated the score, 44 to 13, in the second game on the De Kalb court. Eureka took the measure of the Pirates, 50 to 29, and 33 to 2 5, and North Central also beat them twice, 44 to 24 and 3 8 to 22. Macomb Teachers won a single game from the Pirates, 44 to 34, and Col- lege of Optometry won its second victory over Elmhurst, 47 to 20, on the Optom- etry floor. George Williams Colle ge also defeated the Bucs in a game on the oppo- nents court. As the scores indicate, the team improved vastly as the season progressed, but ineligibility and the withdrawal of several players from the team left it with- out sufficient reserve strength, and many games were lost in the final minutes of play. Top row, left to right . . . DRAWERT, senior cen- ter .. . next to him . . . BUGS BOWERS, senior for- ward ... to Bowers ' right . . . ARNOLD LAMBARTH, junior forward and guard . . . in the right hand corner . . . SHINE ROBBINS, freshman forward ... in the center row . . . STOLPER, frosh forward . . . above Stolper, to his right . . . PRASSE, freshman, reserve forward ... to the right of " Prasse; . . . LOt LEUSCHKE, freshman regular guard . . . below and to the left of Leuschke . . . BILL STRAND, junior guard . . . above Strand . . . ART HI- LANDER, freshman center . . . at the extreme right . . . VER- TOVEC, soph guard ... in the bottom row . . . BOB BRIGGE- MAN, frosh reserve . . . PAUL JANS, freshman forward . . . DUKE DUHAN, senior for- ward . . . RUDY ALLRICH, senior forward . . . J3 In the upper right cor- ner .. . EARL YOUNG, broad jumper . . . next to him, going over the hurdles . . . BOB LEUSCHKE . . . to the right at the top . . . LEONARD WOLF running the mile ... at the extreme right at the top . . . BOB SHEAHAN prepares for the start of the mile ... at the extreme left . . . SHINE ROBBINS heaves the discus ... at the right of Robbins . . . LUCIAN KEPPEL awaits his next event at Keppel ' s ri.ght . . . BOB JAEGER changes gym shoes for the broad jump ... to the right of Jaeger . . . IRVING CAMERER as he looks when running the two mile . . . next to Camerer . . . IRVING BAUMRUCKER at the start of the 8 8c ... at the extrem.c right . . . THOR CHRISTEN- SEN throws the javelin . . . below Keppel . . . PHIL KROH, ■ steaming around the far curve in the mile run . . . below Robbins . . . DICK VANDE- KIEFT clears the bar in the high jump . . . ART HI- LANDER imitates the jump in the lower left hand corner . . . to the right of Hilandcr . . . CARL KROENLEIN coming down the runway for the pole vault ... at Kroenlein ' s right . . . VERTOVEC awaits his turn at the shot put . . . mov- ing along the row . . . ARMIN M U N Z coming down the stretch ... in the lower light hand corner . . . MARTIN KNICKER engages in a big grin before taking his turn at the pcyle vault . . . DON JEPSEN is heaving the discus, upper center. 54 TRACK 19 3 5 Assistant Athletic Coach John ' ' Moon " Holden, a former Elmhurst track luminary, returned to the campus this year primarily to indulge in his spe- cialty, training track teams. With a squad that is nicely balanced with veterans and newcomers, Moon began indoor practice right after Christmas. Wolf, Sheahan, Jaeger, and Cam- erer are the outstanding veterans on this year ' s squad. Wolf, whose specialty has been the mile, was entered in the 220, 440, and relay in the Wheaton meet and gave promise of being a certain point- getter. Sheahan has been a consistent per- former in both the mile and two mile, and Jaeger has copped a great many points in the dashes and the broad jump. Cam- erer has yet to be defeated in the two mile in a dual meet. Carl Kroenlein, a senior, has added needed strength in the pole vault and the dashes, and has been an important cog in the relay team. Martin Knicker has been garnering points in the pole vault, and Armin Munz, a junior, has been used in the dashes and the relay. Frank Kroh, and Frank Vertovec, both sophomores, have been entered in the mile and two mile, and in the shot put respectively. Earl Young, a sophomore, has bolstered the squad in the low hurdles. Thor Chris- tensen has been throwing the javelin. Freshman stars who have played leading parts in the Buc ' s success this year are Bob Leuschke, Irving Baumrucker, Dick Vandekieft, Shine Robbins, Lucian Keppel, Don Jepsen, and Art Hilander. Leuschke has been a consistent winner in the low hurdles and the javelin. Baum- rucker is a star performer in the 440 and 880, and has been running anchor on the relay team. Vandekieft does equally well in the high jump and the shot put, and Hilander has been winning points in the high jump, javelin, and high hurdles. Shine Robbins has won several places in the javelin and discus for the Bucs. Lu- cian Keppel has been entered in the pole vault, and gives evidence of developing into a dependable vaulter. Don Jepsen is another javelin and discus man who has acquired several points toward his letter. 55 Elmhurst ' s 193 5 baseball team began the season with the best prospects for a successful season in many years, and immediately set out to live up to the expectations of its followers by beating Northwestern University 4 to 2 in the opening game of the season. The Buc ' s next start was against De Kalb, and here they dropped a heart-breaker by a score of 1-0. The Pirates then came back by whipping Wheaton, 4 to 1. Paul Bloesch, veteran Elmhurst pitcher, pitched all three of the early season games and allowed only one earned run in the three tilts. He is just as effective in the batter ' s box as he is on the mound, and gives every indication of having a bigger year than he had last year. BLOESCH is in the center of the picture. Across the top row are: MANFRED STOERKER, who is not a hitter of the powerhouse type, but more than makes up for his weakness at bat with his steady fielding in center field; RUDY ALLRICH, lanky first baseman, whose hitting in the pinches has contributed to the team ' s success this year; ROLAND VETTER, speedy left fielder of the Pirates, and a consistent hitter; HUBERT STOLPER, a smart, hard-working catcher, directs the Pirates from behind the plate; ROY ANDERSON, right fielder. In the center row are PAUL JANS, HAROLD BRUCKNER, and ROBERT HAPPEL of the Pirate reserve force; and FRANK BORK, slugging shortstop of the Pirates, whose depend- able fielding and heavy batting make him a fixture in the infield. In the bottom row are: DICK PARSHALL, right fielder; WALLY BLOESCH, brother of Paul Bloesch, the regular Buc third sacker; ALVIN KUHLMAN, another reserve; SHINE ROBBINS, who plays second base and teams up with Bork to give the Bucs a stellar keystone combination; and ARNOLD LAMBARTH, reserve pitcher. 56 Coach C. C. Arends, who has coached Elmhurst tennis teams for the last five years and has never a losing squad, again turned out a strong net team this year. Despite the loss of his ace number one man through graduation, Coach Arends has assembled a i that began its season by tying the University of Chicago " B " team. The Bucs lost to a powerful Bradley 1 in their second start of the year, 4 to 2. TENNIS VERNON HOECKER, captain of the team, who appears m the lower right corner of the picture, has been playing in the number one position. A veteran who is in his second year of competition, Hoecker has de- veloped rapidly under Coach Arends ' tutelage. Hoecker combines a fine competitive temperament with a sound game. The Buc number two man, FRED SIBLY, is shown in the upper right hand corner. Possessed of a brilliant game, but inclined to be erratic at times, Sibly has the ability to ring up a respectable number of victories this year. EMIL HANSEN, who is second from the left at the top, plays in the number three posi- tion for the Bucs. One of the best players in the conference a few years ago, Hansen was forced from Com- petition by illness, but his comeback this year has left no doubt that he will be an important cog in all Elm- hurst victories. PAUL EISEN, who appears between Hansen and Sibly, and BILL STRAND, who is at the top left, have been waging a bitter battle for the number four post. Eisen, who is probably the most consistent player on the squad, is a constant threat to any competition, and Strand, another player who is likely to reach the peak of his game against strong opposition, is capable of many victories. EUGENE BAUER, in the lower left hand corner, and JOHNNY NIENSTED, bottom center, have been pushing Eisen and Strand all year. 57 INTRAMURALS Across the top . . . the hne: REICH- ENBACH, K R O H , BERGER, HUBER, ARNESON, SATTER, LAUER, LIPPERT, WOBBE ... the backs: KNICKER, STOER- KER, GABLER, SCHLUNDT, CAM- ERER ... the Soph Blues, of course . . . center . . . the coed bas- ketball champs . . . PRESS, BUENGER, RILEY, CHRISTEN- SEN, BUNCH, HEYL . . . missing: MOHRI, WEBER, CHAPMAN . . . coed tennis team . . . RILEY, BUENG- ER, MEYER, BREU- HAUS . . . below . . . the interclass meet, with Ole in the right foreground ...and Frankie KroU taking a hefty swing — like the well known saloon door . . . 58 Some frosh coeds prepare for Homecoming ... the bon- fire girls . . . Alice Dahl, Etheljane Scott, Ruth Schmidt, Ruth Fresen, Helen Romanofsky . . . across the center . . . Par- shall calculates the height of the flag-pole . . . Jepsen and Zeman measure same . . . good old trig ... Ed Diehl gets fooled . . . below . . . warm day plus track meet equals — this picture . . . Bruckners airs ' em out . . . MORE YET AND STILL MORE! Mr. Gross, Mr. Eisen, and Mrs., we presume, Guern- sey . . . the employment committee employs itself . . . Niensted looks the Armour meet over . . . left center . . . ditto for Ro- manofsky and Firmer . . . at the Bach Festival . . . Waldemar Hille, Fritzi Rennbach, guest soloist, E. Heyse Dummer, who produced the Festival, and Professor Carl Bauer . . . bottom, left to right . . . the Men ' s Glee Club starts for Ohio . . . Marian Strin- ger, ' 34 . . . Emil VanDer- Ohe, chief engineer . . . last year ' s seniors return from Commencement . . . 60 Top ... the frosh are initiated . . . Baumrucker, Vandekieft, Leuschke ... and Elmhurst buys a new lawnmower . . . left to right ... the salesman, Mr. Heine . . . Robert Leonhardt, the business manager . . . Moon Holden . . . Paul Eisen . . . Pete Langhorst . . . second row across . . . left to right . . . Professor and Mrs. Paul Lehmann . • • Professor Waters . . . Dorothy Graue . . . ask Hose about her . . . Mrs. Waters ... and Johnny Hose . . . occasion: after the College Theater ' s two one-acts . . . third row across . . .the band at Homecoming ... one of the Northwestern ' s big H type locomotives that heaves a mile of cars through the town every noon . . . below, from left to right Karl Menninger, the gym ' s caretaker . . . Henson, emerging from his rumble seat . . . Homecoming again . . . from rear to front . . . Hanon, Still- well, Plocher, and an un- known baritone of the - Men ' s Glee Club ... ' ' ' A BUT THIS IS ALL! 61 where the Elms in stately glory, Spreading branches raise, There our cherished Alma Mater Hears our song of praise. ELMHURST When life ' s closing days draw nearer, Sad the heart may be. Still shall dreams of youth and glory Linger long o ' er thee. COLLEGE School we love, Elmhiirst, live for aye God shed his grace on thee; Loyal be thy Sons and Daughters To thy memory. This Is Where It All Happens FOUR YEAR LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE FULLY ACCREDITED 62 ELM BARK Down at " LITTLE PETES " . . . Every- thing from HAMBURGERS ' N COFFEE to seven course dinners and glee club banquets. . . . You ' ll always find college men at ELM BARK . . . opposite the York. . . . Elmhurst State Bank SUPERVISION SERVICE SAFETY Founded in 1894 Another ELMHURST INSTITUTION . . . like the COLLEGE, it supports the town, aids its growth, commands the respect of its citizens . . . SIMMONS For SHOE REPAIR, of course . . . while you wait or prompt delivery . . . quality . . . economy prices . . . rapid, courteous service . . . ELMHURST 4020 . . . make your old shoes look like new . . . at 162 North York. DEW DROP ... The best CINNAMON TOAST in the world . . . MALTEDS . . . SAND- WICHES . . . CANDIES ... a favor- ite rendezvous for campus couples . . . 817 YORK. 63 a ke. jork keaire An important part of the campus life centers around the YORK . . frosh ' s first date . . . love, adventure, comedy . . . that first show after exams . . . Crawford, Gable, Rogers, West, Durante, Powell ... the Homecoming snake-dance . . . " Treasure Island " . . . " Clive of India " . . . Mickey Mouse . . . " The best sound for miles around " . . . Cooper, Harlow, Beery, Fields, Cagney . . . " This is Graham Macnamee speaking pathos, hate, fear . . . " THE JOY SPOT OF ELMHURST " . . . Silly Symphonies . . . Ladies ' chinaware . . . leaving the Commons early to make the matinee deadline . . . " It Happened One Night " . . . " Little Women " . . . Barrymore, Bennet, Hayes, Laurel and Hardy, Garbo . . . " Loan me thirty cents till Friday, I wanna see ... " ... excitement, action, character . . . what would college be without the YORK? ... or Elmhurst either, for that matter . . . EFFICIENT HIGH QUALITY DRUG SERVICE Elmhurst Drug Company Formerly Zoub ' s 101 S. York Elmhurst 5 York Style Shoppe 120 North York SERVICE IS REMEMBERED LONG AFTER PRICE IS FORGOTTEN 64 . . ELMHURST . . . . JEWELERS . . ™ OPTOMETRISTS Uptown Cafe 152 North York PHONE 3000 York Tailor Shop 119 North York . . . CLEANING, REPAIRING, PRESSING ... Joe Wagner, proprietor. . . . SAY IT WITH Pfund ' s Flowers ELMHURST ' S TELEGRAPH FLORIST York at Schiller You always save on FRESH FRUIT and VEGETABLES at Miller s FRUIT STORE 120 Addison Elmhurst 3063-3064 SHOP AND SAVE AT Soukup Hardware - Company BiUe OaDS Value with Service ELMHURST 65 Telephone Elmhurst 8 116 North York Street 65 BABE ' S BEAUTY BOOTH 101 Addison Street OTTO ' S QUALITY MEAT MARKET 12 5 Addison Avenue Keeler ' s Candy Shop 118 North York Krieter ' s Florist Shop First Street just East of York COTTAGE HILL CAFE 117 West First Street J. C. LICHT COMPANY 170 North York NEWTON ' S SWEET SHOP Corner of York and Park Avenue ELM H U R S T Lumber and Coal Company West Park and Prospect Page ' s Beauty and Barber Shop 107 West First Srreet 66 SOUND manaserial policies and long, successful experience have provided q us with sufficient equipment, adequate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service as artists and makers of fine printing plates. That you will be secure from chance, is our first promise. JAHN OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 817 West Washington Blvd., - Chicago, Illinois In the foreground - Ft. Dearborn re ' erected in Grant Park on Chicago ' s lake front. Illustration by Jahn Oilier Art Studios. 67 LIINIDIEN IPIWINiriING CQ J jroyim jiErriEiRifON iiriRiEiEi CitttllCAGOJIUUINOIlJ oProducers of c uperfim J nnuals m COILILEGIE AND ttttllGttIt JCttttOOlL IPyiBIUICAiriTO IPIPJI-WIIEIKf 68 AUTOGRAPHS 69 AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS ■I 71


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