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We are privileged for four years intensively to prepare for the
struggle which is life, Our college days are days of readjustment,
during which the true values of life gradually assume their proper
proportions. It is vital that this development of character, which
is the aim of all education, become consciously subjective during
our college careerc That we may the more readily benefit bythis,
our trial society, certain clearly denned but closely related lields
of activity, offering intellectual, moral, and social problems anal-
ogous to those which we shall encounter in later life, have been
created to supplement the curriculum,
Active interest in these fields of activity offers opportunity of
qualification for the conduct which is expected of college-bred
people. The ability to eo-operate' must be cultivated, since only
from such 'ability can that of leadership be evolved. Paine, not
only of person, but of carefully defined mental attitudes, must be
achieved, that the conlidence of society in its leaders may be
justified. The power of ereatifve thought, neglect of which renders
barren a life potentially fertile, is an instrument vital to the prog-
ress of society, since contidence in its leaders demands that they
take the initiative. Whatever role the college graduate' is to play,
it is fundamental that his conductbe governed by the principles
of true sportsmanship.
It is the purpose of this Iris to present the prospect which lies
before us who stand within these ancient ivied halls and gaze out
over the world up to the hills beyond. .
To Irene Boothey than whom we could have chosen no better
representative of the qualities which we wish to imitate, we, the
class of nineteen hundred and twenty-eight, affectionately dedi-
cate our Iris. Her understanding sympathy inspires our confidence
in herg her nobility of thought and action justifies our admiration
for herg her loyalty to the class of twenty-eight makes us proud
to acknowledge our indebtedness to her, our beloved patron saint.
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it, friendly in the spirit which animatos it, Cowles Hall bespeaks BEAUTY.
Intimacy born of daily contact, sympathy bred of understanding, a sense of unity
fostered by common interests shall make this, our new dormitory, another center
A solidity of structure typifying practicality, a grace of tower and archway signifying
idealism, the commanding position which genuinenegs merits, make oui' new library
symbolize for us LEADERSHIP.
This doorway ofthe new library looks in upon the treasures of old thought, looks out
upon a wealth of new ideas, and oEers us who stand upon the threshold--POISE.
Quiet eficacy, the essence of our curriculum, expressed in Science Hall, makes e
fitting background for friendly rivalry, the spirit of our athletics, oft mirrored in
The gates of Alumnae which will one day close upon our college career and usher us
into the world wherein our vision shall be gauged by our ORIGINALITY.
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Lf. it is fitting that in our college life the cultivation of the
93 ability to cooperate is one of the most important lessons
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TERM EXPIRING IN 1927
MERLE D. TIIoMPsoN, Elmira, New York
' SEYMOUR LOW'MAN, Elmira, New Y ark
ARCIIIE M. BOVIER, Elmira, New -York
A. E. RHODES, Elmira, New York .
EFFIE LLEWELLYN CSSD, Elysburg, Pennsylvania'
HUBERT C. MANDEVILLE, L.H.D., Elmira, New York
MARY BULLARD LEWALD C97j, 1120 Fifth Ave., New York City
HARRY C. BALDWIN, Waverly, New York
TERM EXPIRING IN 1928
HERMAN A. CARMER, Seneca Falls, New York
JENNIE CROCKER FASSETT, Elmira, New York
HALSEY SAYLES, Elmira, New York
CAROLYN HALL CQQJ, Elmira, New York
PRESIDENT FREDERICK LENT, PH.D., Elmira, New York
TERM EXPIRING IN 1929
ELMER DEAN, Elmira, New York
'FARTHUR CLINTON, Elmira, New York
S. G. H. TURNER, Elmira, New Y ark.
G.'B. F. HALLOCK, D.D., Rochester, New York
WILFRID I. BOOTH, Elmira, New York
SOPHIE DAVIS CRANDALL C87j, Elmira, New York
'U M. DOYLE MARKS, Elmira, New York
OFFICERS OF THE BQARD 1
HUBERT C. MANDEVILLE WILFRED I. Boom
President Secretary and Treasurer
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PRESIDENT FREDERICK LENT
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M. DOYLE MARKS
W. I. BOOTH
A S. G. H. TURNER
OFFICERS OF ACADEMIC ADMINIS
FREDERICK LENT, 'PH.D.
ARCHIE M. BOVIER
A. E. RHODES
JENNIE CROCKER FASSETT
SOPHIE DAVIS CRANDALL
HOLLISTER ADELBERT HAMILTON, PH.D.
M. ANSTIOE HARRIS, PH.D.
ELMER W. K. MOULD, M.A.
Secretary of the Faculty
CARLIE MALLETT, A.B.
OFFICERS .OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
W. I. BOOTH
FRANCIS RICHMOND, B.S., Cornell
Curator of Museum
JOHN R. TUTTLE, PH.D., Cornell
Director of Bureau of Appointments
MARCIA DERBY A
ERNESTINE FRENCH, A.B., 'Elmira
Executive Secretary to the President
MARTHA CLOSE GREENOUGH, B.S., Elmira.
Secretary to the Dean
SUSAN. K. HOLLERAN, B.S., Elmira
Secretary to the President '
HELEN E. FITZ PATRICK, B.S., Elmirae
Secretary of Extension Courses and of t
HARRIET J. BALDWIN '
Secretary to the Bursar
MARGARET LOUISE' BEST, Pratt Institute
ANNIE VAN DUzER
AGNES FALRRINGTON, A.B., El-mira
Manager of the, Bookstore
CAVIHERINE DAROH, A.B., Elmira
MARY G. PRICE
Superintendent of Grounds
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lj! The Faculty Q
V FREDERICK LENT, B.D., Newton, PH.D. si
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U8 CORNELIA PORTER DWIGHT, M.A. T
ll' Professor Emeritus . Qi
sz ,GEORGE MORGAN MCKNIGHT, B.M., Elmira
Q Professor of Voice, Chorus Singing, anal Organ
SU' FRANCIS A. RICHMOND, B.S., Cornell
gl Professor of Physics and Chemist-ry
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as HOLLISTER ADELBERT HAMILTON, PI-I.D., John Hopkins Q'
F ' Vice-President and Professor o Classical Philolog ,
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hy M. ANsTIcE HARRIS, PH.D., Yale, L1TT.D., Elmira QE
ID Dean, and Head of Department of English Language, Q
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E.: MARY ELIZABETH HIGHET, PILDQ, 'Cornell gp
.5 Professor of German Language and Literature
.6 ELIZABETH LEIGH WHITTAKER, B.A., Cornell, Sc.D., Elmira QQ
lg Professor of Biology, Physiology, and Bacteriology 2
QQ E. MARGARET GRIMES, M.A., McGill Q
i s y Professor of French Language and Literature I mi
v MARY G. BROWN, BA., Elmira, BLS., N.Y.L.s. . U
eg' , Professor of -Italian -
-'Q JOHN R. TUTTLE PH.D. Cornell X '
Professor of Philosophy' ancl Psychology, and Director T
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' 2 GERALDINE MORROW, B.A., Elmira, Leland Powers School '
, 5 - Professor of Expression ...fl
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X GROVER C. T. GRAHAM, M.A., Brown- ,
Professor of Economics and Political Science ,
Q9 MARTHA L. TILTON, New York Art Students League . . 5 '
Bd Professor of Art
ELMER W. K. MOULD, B.D., M.A., Yale af
Alemander Cameron IVIacKenzie Professor of Biblical - ,
-Ag History and Literature
'la MARY CLEGG SUFFA, M.A., Brown - W 0
gg Professor of .Mathematics and Astronomy M
iym VIVA B. BOOTHE, PHD., University of Pennsylvania V Q
mg y Prqfessor of Sociology I V I t
la AMY M. GILBERT, PH.D., University of Pennsylvania 11
Al Professor of History gl
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. ' HARRIET G. BROVVN, B.S., Carleton - sl
in Professor of Library Econorrty, and Librarian S'
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.E Professor of Home Economics , .1
f. CAROLINE CABLE LAWRENCE, M.D., VVoInan's Medical College li
lu College Physician and Professor of Hygiene Lg
CHAIFJES E. REEEES, PHD., Columbia
'-B rofessor of ucation
.Q MARGUERITE E. VAN DUYN, A.M., Barnard, BQS., Teachers' College
Ia Professor of Physical Eeucation F
:sl MARY MEGIE BELDEN, PHD., Yale
,: Ill. Anstice Harris Professor of English Literature 3
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GEORGIA HARKNESS, PH.D., Boston University iq
Associate Professor of Philosophy i
GEORGIA L. FIELD, PH.D., University of Colorado Qi
Associate Professor of English Literature Qi
jii DOROTHY DoNDoRE, PH.D., Columbia A,
. Associate Professor of English I my
JOSEPHINE A. LUEDER, M.A., Oberlin ws
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HARRY C. YORK, PH.D., Yale. . I mx'
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E3 CLARA CRANE, M.A., Cornell -1
Assistant Professor of English is
gifs FRANCES XVRIGHT, M.A., Brown H
' Assistant Professor of .Mathematics and Astronomy
AGNELT ORBISON, M.A., Eryn Mawr I d
,333 ssistant Professor of Biology W
,ff-fi? JENNIE M. HANYEN, M.A., Columbia U'
Assistant Professor of Home Economics ls
HARRIET DORMAN, M.A., Cornell Q
Assistant Professor of English 'mm
ESTHER MACKINTOSH, M.A., University of Iowa gp
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'LA 'QR ARY . TILES, . ., o um ia Q
Assistant Professor of Qfice Management mg
XSILENCE ROWVLEE, M.A., Cornell M
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JEANNE ALLINGRY, A.B., Elmira, Sorbonne 1921-22 and 23-34 Y
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"1 ELEANOR M. DORR, lV .A., orne '
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,QR if RENE OOTHE, . ., niversi y o exas i
Instructor in Economics and Sociology
QW ESTFZER MAY BOSEEY, A.M., University of Pennsylvania ld
55 'Q nstructor in istory 1
HELEN SOPHIE DAVIS, M.A., Cornell ag
Instructor in English ..i
wg MARY MANDEVILLE, B.S., Elmira
lair! Instructor in English
Egg! CATHERINE PERSONIUS, A.B., Elmira
6313 Instructor in Home Economics eq
lj GERALDINE QUINLAN, M.A., Elmira Q
5502 Instructor in Expression iq
FSE MILDRED SHOULDICE, B.S., Columbia QF
QM Instructor in Physical Education L'
gag EDITH M. CREIGHTON, M.A., McGill QI
gg Instructor in French is
Wm IRENiE M. EASTIwI.EsZ, M.S., Chicago :P-
W nstructor in emistry
532 RUTH HOFFLIAN, A.B., Wellesley
M Instructor in Biology Pg
U E LUCILE LYON, M.A., Elmira
iv Instructor in French aa
ls M.ARY C. NEEDLER, PII.D., Chicago Q
EWU Instructor in Latin Q
WB VIRGINIA VVINBIGLER, A.B., Lake Erie
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' Words by KATHERINE TOY Music by MADGE EDWARDS
Lovely for your sunny vistas
And your lawn of emerald green,
Lovely for your storied halls
And your ancient ivied walls
And your tiny-lake's bright sheen.
Oh, Elrnira, Alma Mater,
Here we ofer tribute due,
Let our black and golden banner
M ingle with your royal hue. I
From the heart of twenty-seven,
Loving, loyal twentylseven, '
Springs the praise we ojer you,
Springs the praise we ojer you.
Loved' for all your fair traditions
And your honor bright, unstainedg A
'Loved for all the joys you've brought us, l -
And for all the things' youlve taught. us,
, And the friends that here we've gained.
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UN If we had beenlvery ingenious, we'd have Loretta is the girl who joined ourlranks last
-Q put Ruth and A1108 on the same page and September, who hoisted at Bucknell banner had
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at and of studying that so many of us surely came to recognize the peculiarity of her
hp lack. There's hardly a day that you don't glggle, the extraordinary taste' 'of those
QQ see her in the library intent upon Latin or toastwiches which only she could make, and Ml
QQ French or what-not-just as interested as more than these, the good-heartednesswhich QQ
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tim may be sLu'e it pays! Ruth's not always ser- characteristic of hers. We wish' her the best 0' W
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Q her grinning delightedly over something hope that she will remember Elmira, as hm
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Us The nickname "Sunny" is a very appro- Mid distinguished herself Freshman year
li priate one for Verna, because we have dis- by being our class tennis champion, and at
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'3 by irascible merchants and invulnerable secre- back to school for the longest time, so this
ei- taries on her little scouting tours for ads, year we're getting acquainted with her all -0'
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L. to suspect that that captivating smile of with her fluffy dark hair fgrowing of coursel,
: . hers brought us more than one thirteen dollar her good-looking clothes, and her talent for
Ia adlv K conversationalizing, to see why it is that so
'I Verna can make us think of most anything many masculines seek her company. But
she l1kes with that violin of hers, and when as-yet she just hasnlt been able to 'decidel if
be she .puts it aside to lead the orchestra, she Mid has only two failings, and they aren't A'-
I instills the same power into her fellow really. One is a gorgeous giggle and the other 1.
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'Q Fay requests us not to mention the angelic Sara ,is a born tease-guess wg all know '
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ELMLRA, N. Y.
This is Freckles. She wouldn't like us to
but why not revive an old nickname, when it
points to a feature which, together with a
nose that will turn up, makes Mary Helen
so attractive looking. Then, to complete the
downfall of man, she has big green eyes fshe
swears theylre just like catsi, but ask any
of her swain-s what he thinksl.
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Helen is never boring. VVhen she's talking,
we all sit and marvel at her voice and her
manner. When she's not talking, we marvel
at her efficiency. Mary Helenican do the
Charleston, roast a turkey, or reel OH a
"Kate and Pete" all without batting an
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ELMLRA, N. Y.
VVe have here one of the shining intellectual
lights of otu' brilliant class. But do you think
that Alice would for one moment admit it?
Not she-to hear her talk one might suppose
that she dragged D's in every quiz and
couldnlt make a sign of a class recitation.
For Alice is as modest as-to wax poetical-
the proverbial violet. She's a gay person, too,
though she is so conscientious about her
work. If there's anything at all to be amused
at, you can depend on Alice to see the joke
and do her share of the giggling. We deeply
suspect that this quiet little person has a
bright philosophy of life. And oh! She loves
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'N Mefienis 50. Cleliet that itis hard to tell 'Ifalk about romance, it's the veryessence of
in lilhiikshiis dthlilgklilg Elbout anglthei t1g1l1gS Barb's being. She'll go to the movies, and
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.2 her swelling the chorus oi the orchestre. Then mance thats not pure fancy, yve knOW!'He,S 1
an t0ohfve'ili?loWdthat shes an alrtitdwlthtlglhe get "Big-BBey!' either, although everyone
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thlflga She 5 H member Of the H9f11"G1'0W1U8' spend hours scribbling off short stories, and
Um Bflgade- f . amusing little plays called "What Th-," Egg
ibm She IS one of the prettiest members of our thagbld fan- to put Elmu-een Broadway- DE
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iw PIGXIOII lllfe hers! And when it comes to is too romantic to be practical, for plucking
I faultless dispositlons, and strength of char- enviable marks is her hobby. QE
QP acter, Marian has a corner on the market.
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Judy has the most unmistakable voice in
the world-rich and low and drawling, with a
little laughing twist to it, when Judy is
amused. And loads of things amuse her.
You should just sit back some time and
hear her tell about her summers out west
or the Indian pageants she works out.
And big-hearted-she'd do ,most anything
ALTA MAY BRACE
ALBION, N. Y.
Alta May holds the record for being the
most per square inch of any person we know.
Wouldst have some evidence of her ver-
She is the "all-round" track athlete, but
her athletic interests M. Brace every activity
sponsored by the god of gymnastics. In fact,
whenever Alta May sees any sort of gym
f X C5 GU for you, from loaning you her most cherished apparatus about, she puts up the "Home
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Q V h AS Q1 youire working on. . , But' her versatility is not limited to-the
ff. B' Q Flrlfllly, her 1'00m IS an example of Judy s athletic sphere, for Alta May's artlstic
Tj me remarkable decorative sense-and the way ability evidences itself not only in cunning
Q she does entertain her friends there! Nuf little booklets about spiders, and in exquisite-
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lil A slight figure standing a tip-toe on a hill- Who is the brilliant-haired person plough-
ll top, silhouetted against a trunk of an over- ing down the hockey Held with mammoth md
hanging treeg a hand that gives yours an gasps and desperate lunges? None other than Bm
fi understanding squeeze, as you run down the our little Emily, full-back and stubborn de-
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,1 ball down a muddy hockey-Held-a good wrath of the opposing team and 'no small '
ll Winner, a better loser. praise from her own gang. But then, after one
:. A thoughtful person, enjoying German or has sollicited laundering from dorm to'dorm, iq
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"Oh, I think it's perfectly dreadful!" She
doesn't really, you know, but dreadful is
Jeanis own peculiar word, and she must use
it.. And when things a.ren't dreadful, Jean is
"crushed," yes 'fsimply crushed,', though
why she should be, we can't see, when she has
a family that showers her with chocolate
creams and sixty ,leven ardent admirers who
send her gorgeous orchid and gold corsages
and load, her down with specials. Besides, it
isnit everyone that can make a dress and
bake biscuit, plan a house and administer an
income, and still have time to always be the
very most fun-if we didnlt know Jean it
would be perfectly dreadful!
PAULINE CARR V A '
GOUVERNEUR, N. Y.
We call her Polly-short for Pollyanna-
though she has funny little its of temper
that blow over before we realize they've
begun. Then shels such a good sport, she'll
do anything for you. Well do we remember
that famous, rummage sale with Polly pa-
tiently sorting shoes in all stages of dilapida-
tion, only to have her neat rows in chaos
before live minutesc of appraisal had passed.
She took it all as a ,good joke and repeated
the process. VVhenever we crave movies,
bridge or food we yodel for Polly. She's never
too busy to-indulge.
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When you first look at Bert, she seems so
pretty and petite that you imagine sheis an
NEWVARK, N. Y.
WVe wonder Why it is that everyone grins
just a little when Helen announces her firm
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A. funds! Ever since we found her out, she's ellflfely dlffefeflt I'O19- 'Not that She IS11,t
an been busylbut yvith a cheerfulnessy a lgve of brilliant !'VVe.needn t go into that. Helen is an
a work, which is characteristic of her. Her UnaSSUmITIg 111dIV1dU?I1 who fi09S 3 lot, a1Xd Q
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fa -She IS dependahleg she is tactful. She is the her work, as well as through her play, and,
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Q9 of Kak Coss. Her black hair, her blue eyes, translations of Latin that she used -to give?
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51 We have never seen her stamp her feet in more than any girl on campus-or off! It
an Page, 01' gflash her teeth, or d0 any of the isn'tjust the amount which makes us envious,
is tlnngs ivhich We are told are indicative of an though-itss the kind! Kathrynls hair is a U I
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lvl had She remained. We could never Write around and look at her. The plays she coaches
'U enough about the qualities which are hers. are as Elllslled as ally Pleduetlell Cell be, and
tml We can only promise that, this June, when the Pl21yS she acts- in fall not a.wh1t short of
ml the Wedding bells ring Out, 128 will be Wish, perfection, for Milly is realistic to the nth
la ing her the best of happiness-the kind that degree-
jwl she deserves.
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52 We have long tried to analyze the secret of Didlft S0mebedy .once say, "And tl1ere'S
U Q D0t's charm-and have advanced many Rosemaryathat S for remfembmnce-' Had gl
BM theories, none of which has been disproved. Whoevelllt was looked far into the future and ll
.Q It may be the unaffected interest in her Feen, our Roselllafyf he would have repeated
Ia eyes as slie listens to our tales ef wee- it with emphasis. We are not likely to forget .ell
eg It may be the faieaway depth and depth her in a hurry, when we owe to her many. of E,
yn in liei. eyes when she gazes Outlet the liills- our truly artisticecreations-our Greenwich
BJQ toward Clinton, N. Y., for instance. Vlllase hop, for Instance, and any Soft of
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as But how stupid to analyze when Det is poetry and the very latest fiction. Yes, the te
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Day, 1926, ,528 experienced one lNe 'never could understand how Teddy -
thrills of its existence-the acquired a dignified, saintly,Madeline when ,Fw
Naomi Fordham as the queen her whole being is rustle,l bustle, fire, and ji '
was ever lovelier, was pep. Why shels so busy expanding items for '
or more gracious. And Hfeekly, chasing up data for debates, and -
queen ever loyal subjects! hopping into gym clothes that she'd never -
It was a May Day! And the. End time to whisper such a -long name.
those of us who know Ted's brimful of new ideas land she makes
have seen tight in a them work, tool that keep bursting forth on
have come the average of five per second. We did fear'
been she'd give out from sheer mental exhaustion,
have but' Ted still manages to worry along. VVhen
Naomi who puts one is enthusiastically enthusiastic, and
good time-our combines the qualities of wit, dancibility,
fun, and good looks fthat not even light-
Weight champions can resistl-well, why
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ELMIR1 N. Y.
There is a certain quaintness about Ma1'tha
which makes her different from the rest of
us ordinary creatures, but when we try to
analyze this characteristic, we find that there
is nothing certain about it-we can't just
put our linger on it. ,
When We say that Martha is different from
the rest of us, we don't mean that she's not
human-not at all! But none of us will ever
make the perfect housewife Martha will, none
of us will ever acquire that air of cheery
complacency when Working hard and long,
none of us will ever have quite her way of
making people comfortable-which makes
Martha so charming different.
CLYDE, N. Y.
Down the hall she runs, her high-heeled
pumps tapping the floor rhythmatically, her
black bobbed hair flying. And isn't she pretty,
with her blue, ,blue eyes, and her pink, pink
cheeks? Itls Gibby's giggle, though, that
gives her away, for her giggle has become
proverbial, especially on third floor!
The flock of boy friends is as large as one
might imagine, knowing Gibby, but of them
all, she bestows most favor upon at certain
Irishman named Kelly, who hails from
Colgate way! .
Gibby may be a giggler, but there is some-
thing Inore to her than that, or she wouldn't
be so thoroughly liked. The general verdict is
"Gibby's a peach!"
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'Q ' That helpless, irresistably contagious , Elly,-We C2111 he?-Elly Grey- 5iheld0eS11't ' .
-Q laugh descending frorn fourth floor is -enough hke lt-not at all-buf We-Vey found that
.Q to summon anyone within hearing distance. she s lots of fun to tease- ' , K' , .3-
giy Intuitively, we go to room fourteen and Some Of us remember Elly ELS the W111 0 in '
Oh behold !-Hel alternately moaning and gasp- the Wlsp-dressed 111 Soft Cloudy glfay- some 'ii
lg ing on the bed, quite incapable of exnlana, of us like to elnnk of Elly as she sits with a 2: K
'Q tions. We glance across the room, where sits hlstery book iff one he-ndf tossing back thslse
up Tag innocently -Wondering Why the muon reddish loclcs ol herswith the other-studying Fl
Us merrirnenii, when all she said was and hlsfofys qi . course-but, more' Often' gazing 6 ,
l.U at the repetition, Hel suffersa relapse. out the Wmsiowf And Fhells soffle Of Us never f 0 S
ld Hel's such an appreciative audience that no see lfer Without thmkmg , gullible Buy lg",
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UQ Never mind wondering why we like Heleng How do monopolies occur? Well, someone
QW she's called "Honey." Doesn't that mean gains exclusive control over a commodity, md
G 3 something? Honey is sweet and irresistibly What has that to do with Jean? To be brief- .U
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,E She may not draw "B's" all the time, but much practice, she's very awkward about it. 0
'vm we know she can and does garner "A's." Most of the time 'she's exercising the good
' U13 It may be that she studies. We've often old humor, causing complete forgetfulness of
B 8 noticed a wise look in her eyes and have the cruel world. Imagine trying to sell "Hu- eq
ig observed that those who talk interestingly, man Behavior" for an exciting love story. Q
QM! usually possess well-informed minds. You Jean did. She all but leased the store to In
Q may Judge "Honeys" from .the amount of an innocent customer at our Rummage Sale. Rh
.qw enjoyment We derive from listening to her And is she a good friend? Ask us another!
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HORNELL, N. Y.
' Many are the requests which Olive receives
GRACE HARTLEY' . "
. YORK, PA.
A write-up of Gracie wouldn't be complete
as she starts for the octagon to ring the bell! unless it began, or ended, or inbluded some- A
'S '5Hey, Olive-give me time to get to class, where in it, the word pretzels. We are going. nw ,
H1 will you? Don't ring it yet!" But Olive to mention the big box of pretzels usually EQ
only smiles good-naturedly, and keeps on found in Gracie's room the first thing, so
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,W Olive is a girl. of Hue character, for she is no one will be disappointed. ' EE
honest and conscientious. Her ideals are Gracie is-our idea of cute, and ever since FQ
:E worthy ones, and she lives up to them more freshman year we' have all been interested iq
3 than do most of us. She is a good student, in every little thingshe did.
' . and shines particularly in Math-where she When Gracie laughs, you hear her from IQ?
tg can solve problems at which the rest of us fourth floor Cowles to the basement-and Q-'J
M gaze aghast. Besides all this, she is an active you usually laugh, too! It's contagious! QQ
la member of Y.W. For what she is, and what - QQ
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ORCHARD PARK, N. Y.
"VVhat," we asked Helen's roommate, "is a
characteristic of Helen?" "Well," said Betty
thoughtfully, nshe thinks there's no place
like Orchard Park."
"What," we asked Betty's rornmate, "is a
characteristic of Betty?" "Well," said Helen
thoughtfully, "she thinks there's no place
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else they are both the victims of a home-
town complex. But we're sure Helen's home-
town must be one quite worthy of being
attached to, if all the collegians it produces
are funny like Helen, and care-free like Helen,
and determined to get what she sets out to
get-just like Helen, too. "Hooray for Or-
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We're all agreed that Sallyis just the name
for her-a person who can be gay one moment
and sympathetic or studious the next.
Besides, Sally wields a mean paint brush
and flourishes a wicked stick of charcoal.
Just to see her in a blue smock, her short hair
in disarray, her nose tip-tilted, and her blue
eyes intent on the easel before her is as pretty
a picture as she could paint.
The time we wonder what's ,become of Sally
is week-ends for she doesn't spend them in
our midst. And glad we are that back she
comes from a house party here or a house
party there, where wide-eyed masculines
succumbed to her charms, the same gay,
companionable individual-th t's ally.
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QQ as one of our members. We self-consciously some good parties, but these same elements md
E Q stiffen with pride when Alice leads in Vespers, are present at baseball games, the former be- .I
QQ or charmingly introduces to us a prominent ing twirled by Mary's expert Hngers into gi
Eli fellow-countryman of hers. We marvel at her most deceitful curves and tantalizing drops,
elk: ease, grace of manner, and sweet shyness that the latter intently watclnng while batter '
'fl win all to her. No wonder we experienced a after batter slinks back to the bench-
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shock when she appeared as a ferocious China- defeated. Thats 1 Mary outwxttlng us 1n
5' man in our Sophomore Speech Ed. plays. baseball. We donlt complain, but she insists iq
The mild Alice had disappeared but even on continuing it literally in private life. Q
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Q we breathed a sigh of relief. Alice had not yet along with-always ready to play some prank E511
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Q' HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. The fact that Pea has piloted '28 safely Eiwiq
In M , , through two years gf storm and stress pro-
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EW Helen .Jessup-the world's worst movie Droll, languid, with limpid green eyes,
mg fiend! Jessup can always tell you just whatls cockleshell ears, and a mop of black, shiny sl
ug on Where, and her recommendations as to hail'-J0l1I1 takes the Cake- "Hurry, the be1l'S
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sig ing buthmovie heroes, we may as well tell dleliberatelyd perusing a special grom Chi-
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REQ she Wants to and that she seems to want to know"-"But how do you do it?"-this to
U55 quite frequently. Never, never, shall we for- John deliberately destroying A papers-and
'di get freshman year and the mystical lure that after the usual lapse of time-"Oh, it's,an R
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iz seems to ave a sense of humor herself. Re- saw, has an extraor inary sense of humor that gl
my member her favorite password, "Zeta Rho?" allows the littlest things tocamuse her, and is,
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BLANCHE KEMELHOR -
MADISON, N. J. ' .
Blanche has that cosmopolitan air which
is reminiscent of New York. Her modish
clothes, her softly modulated 'voice, her
metropolitan air, all seem to have the same
New Yorkish savor, which we not only
:Sta looked so much like a Japanese doll that we approve, but also enjoy. ' .
just looked and looked at her all the time. I Does she, we wonder, glean from the mov-
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quaint little Japanese dances for us, and klrilow-that kngck of chatting so' easily, witgi
mi talk in the most charming manner possible, t at intereste attentive air, punctuate
V3.0 our delight knew no bounzils. Three years of occasionally by a smile?
BQ knowing 'I-Iatsue, moreover, has convinced Dame Rumor whispers that there are
Q53 us that she's just as capable as she is attract- excellent reasons for Blanche's being attached
HQ ive and just as attractive as she is capable. to Elmira. If this is the case, we suppose
Bw Blanche can't help her affinity, but we think
it would be a calamity for her to like it too
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-Q name.. She has the gentle voice of our South- year-we heard Gert sing in -that appropriate- 3 A
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I: of freshmen, the class banner snug about her with the original violet if. we didn't use force .'m
01 waist, pursuing her sedate way to the library at times. This isn't always the 'case. Some-
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Q' to laugh at the foolish frosh? Never was the to inveigle her into playing bridge-wild
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'Q Jeanette .was the first member of '28 to A D0 you remember how, 011 memy 3 Dlgrrt
QQ show us a diamond on the fourth finger of her when we were making more mise than IS
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0.5, was so great! V timezhthere was the tiniest sign of a smile on
hw Jeanette's letters which arrive every day, herl1PS, We 1i0l51Cedl 1 ' ' I Wim
QQ and the specials which come on Sunday, Florence fmakes an 'deal house Presldellt- aj
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Bd dance from YVendy? From May Day to Even so, we wouldn't have her changed. ill
Q8 Christmas, VVendy's been Pavlowa. minus g , Sl
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"Got a tomahawkfw It was Marion, look-
ing for properties for her Speech Ed play!
Poor girl-what did she know about fastening
Indian's blankets, and putting the old chiefs
KATHERINE MCEWEN Vj
LEROY,N.Y. " r
AVVCSTC going to give Kathy a doubly won-
denful write-up-if that's possible-because
we know she's going to be "-'furiousu about
this cartoon. Kathyis a wonderful girl, and
her disposition-well, she needs a. good one
headdress at exactly the right angle on his PWW'
head? But she did it as well as she could- to withstand the illimitable teasing to which new
and that is characteristic of Marion, no sheas subjected. The "needs" gives the wrong - QQ
matter what she is doing. We know her to be a, impression. Donit think Kathy' has a bad ' Fw
girl of jolly disposition, of' strong purpose, of disposition-far from it. She's so full of good 5 ' 3
sincere ideals. If she realizes her ambition to humor that she's -frequently the victim of
become axmissionary in lands far distant, ten hysteria and noise penalties. And as for play- gl
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as she is here. when Kathyis left without a chaperone! ' 1
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Talk about Irish wit-Mary not only has
it, she is it! Many a person who fell for Mary's
CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.
'When it comes to brain power, Esther's
right there, and the surest evidence is pre-
in Q innocent, unsophisticated face, has been sadly sented in Arg class! When we hear her sweep- sr:
3:3 disillusioned, only to find a girl much clever- ing arguments about the dark White race, or 'ag
OE er, and much more interesting than he had conditions in Mexico, we look back upon our Ea
lim previously imagined. Don't you know how own few feeble arguments with shame and ai,
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hi! flashes, as she begins the tale oflthe six little Esther is always absolutely immaculate,
nd McGees? We could never do justicelto Mary's and the appearance which she presents is one
U.U SPOI1t3I1e0l1S Wit, to U16 pretty PICWFQ She of unobtrusive self confidence. Furthermore as
If makes, as she starts down town, to the friend- her sense of humor is undeniablcfsince she rm
tk! hness which Mary offers everyone. Butthen, has been known to drive -her car into hay- mg
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CANANDAIGUA, N. Y.
. Early in freshman year '28 decided that
Maurita McPherson was much too large a
name for such a small person to possess-
and the cottage of Dwight thereupon christ-
ened her "Illy." VVhy? Wle won't tell! But
now we've discovered that perhaps we were
wrong-maybe the size of her name is meant
to designate the size of her heart. If thatls the
case, then her name's not big enough! For
Illy's the sort of a person who will probably
spend her whole life doing things for others.
VVhen she's not here supplying a hungry
corridor with apples or vaporubing some-
body's dreadful cold, sheis at the Neighbor-
hood House making all the children happy.
Sl16,S a peach-our Illy.
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ALBERTA MARTIN ,f
HUNTINGTON, N. Y. ' '
Sometimes, looking at Bert, asgshe dashes
about, her dark eyes all a-sparkle and her
dark curly hair framing the' most cherubic
features we've ever witnessed, sometimes
then, it seems as though such a very tiny
and such a very dainty creature couldn't
accomplish half the things Bert does. But
when one discovers that she can'study hard
and play hard and talk interestingly and
write lots of letters' to a certain ,university-
well, it doesn't leave much doubt as to her
obvious versatility, you must admit. She's
little, but oh my!
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ELMIRA, N. Y.
Almost any very nice afternoon you can
meet Ruth tripping downtownward, and
Cwe're pretty surel movieward. Yep! Ruthls a
movie fan, and just about clever enough to
make a success of acting in them herself.
:Maybe you'll say weire prejudiced in favor of a
tall, willowy blonde with sea gray eyes that
look at you, and through you and beyond
you. Who wouldn't be prejudiced in favor of a
person that's nice enough to make all of us
wish we were one of her very best friends.
' EVELYN MATHEWS
ORISKANY FALLS, N. Y.
"Hungry? You can get apples in 38 Cowles
-a slip of 'paper .in the elevator informs us.
When we trail around there Cfor of course we
are hungryj we get a few interesting side
lights on Evelyn, too.
Firstly, we're impressed by her cleverness,
for she is creating 'a stunning dress-as
though set-in sleeves and pleatediskirts were
Again, Evelyn's philosophizing. She-'s likely
to conclude that the wor1d's a funny place,
and she its funniest inhabitant. Weive never
Shelll make a very charming leading lady for , , l
someone-someday. caught her in this particular role, but we
know that Evelyn's long suit is mothering.
Anything that needs taking care of could do
no better than to have Evelyn do the taking
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-Burr-the whistle. Meadsey tips the ball
to her forwards-they connect-a basket,
Guess this college couldn't get along without
Meadsey and as for '28, we know! Why be-
sides, basketball, Meadsey 's our greatest
adornment on the tennis courts. It's too bad
she can't be pulled in for fast driving and
give us poor mortals a chance to crawl along.
But then, sheld console herself making Silver
Bay sandwiches. It's such a habit now, we
doubt if she even stops in her sleep. But
even should she cease inventing sandwiches,
Meadsey'd still be around to cheer us up-
SOPHIA MICHAELIDOU f
OLD PHARERON, GREECE '
Sophia-came to .us this year all -,the way
from'Greece, and since we've alpvays read
about that country as a happy combination
of Eden and Cathay, we envy her for having
known a land beautiful as flowers in the
springtime, a land that slopes down to a sea
enchantingly blue as sapphireg a land where
the sun shines constantly until everything
is bathed in goldg above all, a 'land whose
history makes it a constant inspiration 'to a
person whose appreciation of truly fine things
is as keen as we know Sophiafs to be.
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FLORINE MILLER MARGARET MILLIGAN
JAMESTOWN, N. Y. LOWVXLLE, N. Y.
Her middle name is Genevieve, bless her "Ma" first came to our attention Freshman
heart-but she can,t help it. Florine is a year when we heard that she was a crack
wq veritable live wire, just tingling with college riflewoman-hit the bull's eye every time! Q.
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Es after her baffled forward. It may be con- has stayed in our attention, because she hits QS'
iam? vincing you that you must try a "lettuce the bull's eye here in college-with a bang!
,KW with Russian' dressingf though you've just Ma is the original good sport, with a heart I
Wig downed a voluminous order from Browns. almost as big as herself. She's specially keen M
gtg Any time you get bored, just come to room about a good game of bridge, a good hunk
38 and listen to Florine ooze vivid verbs. of chocolate, or a good production on the r'
DAVE Whether she raves about camp last summer silver screen. VVe cannot understand how Ma 3
gill or about History class, Florine upholds her ever assimilates anything in class, because
theory that the verb will soon hold the most every time we see her she's writing letters. is
colorful place in the English type sentence. To whom?-well-not to her girl friends. gn '
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I on dreary days. It's not only the genuine sizable bitej ranges from things deep and
as Warmth of her smile, but the blue of her eyes scholarly to the short short ,stories which she
.3 and the gold of her hair that reminds us of periodically peruses and with which she
'Q spring skies and sunshine. Should you inquire proceeds to regale her little friends.
,E why aforesaid, hair has not been BOBBED, But do you think Do'-s going to let you
we would advise ,you not to press the matter, kT10W that Sheis really Very iI1'C6li6Ci11lal, with .Q Q: i
J' as Helen hears rather too much about that a mind Just full of classical literature-or that
U. subject. she can play the piano in a way that makes 9
'la Helen's sunny disposition has a good found- YOU Willlil to Sit and dream?
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Da investigate her activities in the Student Vol- Cfflnit-be-lD0fi161'6d air that Cl0eSn't fool a
hm. unteer Movlement and her participation in its Single Person E110 is HTG'-lfliflted with the EC
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IN The best way to think of- Mary Alice is V O ' 1'f - ' ,'.
3: to imagine thi-3 very loyely leading' lady of fortiiiig1lt1oaHi1dth22,pVg':Janvexii:lild: Iilidgsggnfoi
as 3 m?St any LP ay You like-Q leadlflg laidy Complain. While her more irritable classmates .
.4 who s tall and dark and stunning-a leading sit around and bore one another Pearliquietl .1
mug. lady who clulte Steals you-1' heaft away-the does her work-ready to assent to any sugli
P Sort Of leading lady who Stands 111 3' garden ill gestion, be it movies walking or com anion- ."
,li the moonlight looking lovelier than all the ship. It doesn't seeni to both, h ph h
55 beiutiful dimers about her' ' it's raining or shining, 'wvhgt-hererbdisrgiiyeed
Q G lots ut We Hflanderzbecause Mary A1106 d0?S articles are returned in a state of collapse tor
Wm 1 moi? mg? t an ook Pffetty and get ln hopelessly unreeognizable, Whether she likes
Q53 gigs' tfiftho hsr EPQE? time 15 Qllfflded to study or fool. She has ,the gift of a good- V
an atoms sa .Nia and dfavmg a and fi aatful IH as
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NEWARK, N. Y.
Margaret is the sort of person you meet
once in a lifetime. Her ideals are the very
highestg her intellectual prowess the very
strongestg her character the very finest. She
sparkles with wit and humor, and then the
next minutethose unfathomable eyes of her's
have grown seriously intent. Her sympathy
and understanding are ours for the asking,
and her unseliishness is such that in an effort
to help someone else, she is very likely to take
that path which is harder for herself. She is
the kind of person whose ideals will never
tarnish, whose character will remain always
praiseworthy-the kind of person whom '28
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MILDRED PETERMAN -T
ABROOKLYN, N. Y.
Talk' about Efficiency personified-talk
about our Pete-well, thosetwo things are
equal, and are just about equal to everything
else, especially any predicament that needs
solution in a hurry. It doesn't matter whether
she's helping Y.W. in a"rec"room sale, Whether
she is managing properties for -Thespis, or
whether she is busy captaining her famous
walking squad-she always puts her Whole
heart into the task, at hand. But, for all her
capability, Pete's fame extends further than
this! She is noted for her remarkable giggly
squeal, for her terror at the approach of a dog,
and for her apt illustrations of Principles
lectures. VVhenever reliable help is needed,
apply to Pete!
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QQ llerelg ia hmlrglg Eg ilnces fiasflyl Ifydlgec' themg surely ,QS is doubly blessed in its two
mer iihwu tw GH 1121? Oanit lltfte 3110 ellii representatives from the House of Pelton. .2
gg t h astlpot D51ILlC?. uc a en ion XW3SfI-73.1 b Mary plays the saxophone when we dance.
arms lo er, a ume' runmng true to Crm' Mary plays half-back when we want to win a i
E Jecame embarrassed, and let her raven locks, game of hocke Mar 1 S b k tb H lo V
0 row! And a hundred admirers we t' in ' y-' y p ay as e a '
Eg gorrow, P Mary plays tennis. Is there anything Mary 'Q
gag Junk is su h , doesn't play? We think not, unless it's a harp QI
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Q resist paying her back-hence the above para- Mary has di nit and Oise and cha In
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451 opinion of her, she is an attractive black- fofjU?fxh1ng0f1g0mPetenCe' And is for hir Q'
he eyed imp who is as prominent in athletics OO- 5 W -0 Wpu -ever want to any t e '
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me as she IS 1n I.C.S.A. as clevel at Writing as soft rettine fh b h - 9 xl
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K: NEVV YORK CITY, N. Y. JAMESTOWN, N. Y. '
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ELMIRA, N. Y. YOUNGs'roWN, OHIO
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weeks at the Gables, to say nothing of plan- she ever exists, much less pours forth that Si.
'ning and furnishing little houses, have our restless spirit into a world of syncopatiug, H
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gayly, chatting the evenings away despite the and-Weill leave the dramatis personae to
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ELMIRA, N. Y.
Quinlan is a problem. She really is! She's a
problem for the dietitian because sometimes
she won't eat-when she's writing poetry and
can't be bothered.
'Again shels a problem to the psychologist
when she thinks deep thoughts and expounds
deep theories,,right on top of acting like a
Lastly, she's a problem to the sociologist
-for of all the abnormal behavior! In
fact, when she and Kullman get together,
Will Rogers might just as well retire.
WVe predict that some day she'll live in the
Village with pictures, rugs, and vases fvahzesb
around her, and turn out volumes of modern
poetry that will make Edna and Sara and
Carl and Vachel look like mid-Victorians!
ALEEN RAY , -7
HERKIMER, N. Y.
You 'see in this ravishing picture the one
and only General Herkimer,.better known as
Aleen. We don't know just how the joke
started, but take our word4it,is one.
Aleen has many general-like qualities.
She's the soul of veracity-can't lie without
blushing crimson. And then she's straight-
forward and frank, and has enough good
sense for a whole army. Besides, -Aleenls
reason always rules her emotion-which is as
it should be according to all good ethical
And what does she like to do? So many
things-there's bridge and golf and solitaire
and motoring and-well, eating.
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Us Bee. Reed-bless her heart-is one Of the The question which concerns us vitally at
QQ few g1r1S we knew who nearly always pre- present is what Erma does from seven A. M. 5'
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M is so funny about her. anger, that we canlt One, however, is quite apt to see her discus- -'
gil help laughlng-to be J01Il6d shortly by Bee sing the heavens with Miss Wright or explin-
herself! She makes an ideal senatorg she ing the Starry 110513 to some legs fortunate
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QQ when we think of Reesie. Occasionally it's more to add to the army of those 'Who do Qad
is Iteesle sitting at her desk studying conseien- things according to Hoyle.. For Emma likes
gag tiously. Again, 1t's Reesie perchedlon a cot bridge almost as well as horseback riding- 3
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If you say anythlng about my loud voice" "Oh, I never was so mad in all my life!"
ii -declared Mary emphatically. But what Yes, it's Tessie Ryan and she really doesnit md
Qs can anyone do? Whenlthe VOICE is Mary's mean it. Let her raveg shelikes to! It7s usually
QQ theres nothing annoying about it. Along just trivial things,Tessie liks to rave about. .
it yvith her grln and the twinkle in her eyesg Little things, wefve discovered, worry her.
3 it goes to make up external evidence of an But that doesn't prevent her having the best noi
,TS inward nature that for cheerfulness and fun out of life-and being jolly all the time! my
is wholesoin n s ' t b ll d Th D t at Tessle cant
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'a whom the ravishlng combination of light another man-but we heard from an au- ma S
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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Caroline's hair is about the prettiest brown
hair we have ever seen. Somehow, we can't
help admiring the way it waves back from
her face, and wishing it were ours.
One thing which we remember about Caro-
line is the salt water taffy, which is sent to
her from Atlantic City. And how can we help
remembering? For Caroline's generosity was
such that we've all had a taste of it-and
just ask one of us how good it was!
Caroline's voice is low, and it's nice, some-
how, to meet her in the hall when you're all
tired out, and hear her "hello," She,s the
kind of a girl whose steadfastness of purpose
is admirable-the kind who lives up to the
best that is in her.
MARIE E. SI-IEAHAN
WAVERLY, N. Y. ' '
Whenever we want an especially good
wave, we visit Marie-and get it! She is as
clever with the needle as she is' with the curle
ing iron, and as fast with the typewriter as
she is with the needle. '
Marieis capability, and her business-like
mind, are invaluable to her class, If Marie
has charge of the refreshments for a party,
they are sure to be exactly right, for ,Marie
not only knows how to do it, but we're always
s11re that it's going to be done!
Marie's a jolly individual, with pretty
eyes and pretty hair, and when she's all
ready to step out with the latest boy friend,
she's as frenchy as you pleasel,
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iw The irrepressible twinkle in ,Barbara's Seems to us that "Hattie's" middle name
il! blue eyes is external evidence of her ability should be "sensible," For what else could one QI
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The earnest look in those same blue eyes committee? How else could one as appro- Q."
if is evidence of- her ability' to write thought- priately describe the ability to work when
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is ,And who shall demand further evidence of But "Hattie's" not prosaic, if she does M
365 Barbara's originality than the fact .that she judiciously dispose of her time, as you know
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and a genuine frxendhness, and you can read- that we envy, and shels big-hearted to the kj
Iii ily segrwslzhlylf we convict Barbara of congenial- N 'th degree.
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U DOLGEVILLE, N. Y. WARSAW, N. Y.
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We hereby hasten to assure you, to an- Glad, we call her, 'cause that's how she
Q' 43 nounce to the world at large, that Small and makes us feel. . ' P ' ,
HQQQ-3 Donnelly are the most howlingly funny pair When we're quaking before a quiz we page
in Elmira College. If they should go on the her, and her stock of knowledge gladdens our
5221.1 vaudeville stage, they would not be more hearts.
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:iq everyone in Cowles vacates! That is only one When we're ebbing away from ennui, here K ,5.,?.:J--
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hysteria-so we shall cease! adventures, ' ' Qjgfix
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frequent and varied, and we hall? Often dithculty, and the best part of it is that she's
Wiwzg. wondered if she is as droll at such times as always ready to join right in the cure herself.
she is with us! Anyhow, we certainly appre- Yes, Glad's her name, and Glad is game. Q10
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Ui' son gowned all in a costume of becoming times that we used to read about in our blue-N
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an maiden with a palette in her hand, painting a beautiful princess dressed in purple velvet
eg . gorgeous colorful pictures as though it were and ,gold satin, riding in a gilded carriage. .oi
Big the easiest thing in the world? Perhaps you But these are unromantic times, so Esther
63 saw a piquant person with her unruly hair is content just to go cheerfully along as
as ' behind her ears, bending sympathetically over modern, as independent and as matter-of-
ma a troubled friend, or lending a hand at some fact, as the rest of us, working hard, and
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Tag's a riotZ She has only to open her
mouth and funny things burst forth, pell
mell. Little does she realize the devastating
effects upon her victims and the ceiling
Qit's falling down from an overdose of wise-
cracksj. But she does real-ize the value of
quick shots in guarding '28,s goal in Hockey
and shels ready with a basket when the
team's needing one in Basketball. Her play-
ing isn't any joke. And when '28 wants
something new and different in sleigh' rides-
Tagls there-crammed full of ideas. We
love working with her. It's heaps of fun-
just like Tag.
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A haughty, crimson-cheeked, muchly
white and be-starched figure, shocked by the
Lady Violetta's choice of ingredients for tarts
-Helen in our Speech Ed. plays. Will you
ever forget the funny things that happened
in The Knave of Hearts, least of all, 'gentle-
voiced Helen, waxing panic-strickenly vehe-
How different from the authoritative way
in which she crammed History into our feeble
brains at exam. time, or bravely created
reasons in that rightfully respected class
Aiid yet, we wou1dn't for the world have
you think of Helen as a Suffragette-her ut-
terances are altogether too infrequent.
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sele her walkin? ncalbrign she tstrggtlvgringlig Welreeall all sorts' of co1nf,ortzIlgrallfinIgS Till
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'qlliil always Jolly and the best sport everg and acurlmguion' wamflg to be b01'1'0Wed,f1Shi1'1Y
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QQ? her intellectual achievements are not confined face-putting 9. delicious cake in an oven
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ai of the curriculum, though Edie thinks it all a dgne, and she's snipping some gorgeous blue
km H1iStak6 that She is C0I1V0C21ti0H- l material for an up-to-the-minute gown. And
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iw pose she does, as fast and furiously as She on the dreadful sin of Wasting Time. Ha! ing
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hw half hour- with her music. "of course itis all right."
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Q: same quick movements end bright CYCS- Those us interested with the current events of
yn eyes of hers didnot loehe her mind-a keen, West Carthage, New York! ' ' ' . ' '
-'. aglle 111eCha1115111 that eagerly deV0111'ef1 Wie remember how, when we were very
QQ khewledge, and when You S11PPlCIHent this young and lived in cottages, and the mailman
Fa W1th h1g'heH1teCh'1eSS, Charm, Youth, and 111'1j slowly approached fto be rnobbed by at whole in
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Although we've thoroughly digested "Van- Since various and 'sundry people have
QQ ity Fair," we've never been able to make the admonished us not to mention Eloisefs
hm name Becky conjure up in our minds any- minute size we'll refrain anduse her .ideal Of' .0 1'
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one, who manages Weekly accounts, she's tiously tramps to and from the library. Even
133 a graceful one, who dances divinely, and rides her short fits of temper are characteristic-
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sg no such exodus for ourselves one day. Nonchalantly, we enthused, "'We are S
about to have been Freslimenf, gg
El Our Sophomore year found us Hrmly rooted in Elmiran soil, with irrepress- jg
Q2 ible desires to stir things up a bit for the latest contingent of young sprouts. QE
E However, Edna marshalled our maternal instincts with such success that we Eg
:ig assumed the role of "mammies," deferring to our "pickaninnies" in every
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:gg more Freshmen there were waiting for us to get through.
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Greenwich Village Hop, whereat the exotic fruits of our labor showed marked QQ
0 deviation from the tried and trite.
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wg lized in the Zeta Rhoers. Indeed, it became necessary to dissolve Zeta Rho Eg
QQ in order to quell t'he insuperable roars. ' s p -1 gg
if In the spring, we undertook a luncheon whereat the announcement thaftliour 3
ai Peg would pilot us through our third year was served up with the nuts: and
C3 did much to rejuvenate our appetites. ' ' ' mai'
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Eg "out upon Elmira's campus" our last tribute to "our loyal sister class." A
S94 In the fall, only the responsibilities incumbent upon big sisters weighed
ii up down and prevented our soaring too high in tl1e first ecstasy of being upper-
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Que!! when our attention was divided among our fond parents, our college spirit,
the angle of the obstinate cap, and the freshman president.
Our very own prom descended upon us in a cloud of cheese-cloth and a
an clatter of step-ladders. From the class emerged such a perfect piratical setting
that even the most exacting pirate could have desired no more loot.
gig With a sisterly appreciation of our big sister's "sleigh-ride," we also adopted
F5 a theatrical alternative for the entertainment of the social Seniors. 3,2
ag The announcement of elections this spring make us eager to enter upon our
lm fourth year under Tag's guiding hand.
Thus endeth the record of the growth of the crop of 1928. Our rows have RW
'S been thinned, the pruning scissors have been applied often, artificial stimu-
5,5 lants have sometimes Hforced' our growth Cnotably at exam timeb but the
'fi bond of common experience draws us close in anticipation of the day when we HF
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LAUREL CHAIN-J UNE 19Q6
Laurel Chain Song
M usiczby VERNA BAXTER Words by EDNA DAWSON
Out upon Elmira's campus,
Now the laurel chain we bring
Praises to our loyal sister classes
'28 will always sing.
Take this tribute of love's homage-
Laurel wreaths for you we holdg
M ay you wear them long in your rneniory,
Class of white and gold.
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5: QLORAINE FROST . . Vice-President
In ,jaREBA PERSELL . . Secretary DAQ
li l FLORINE MILLER . . . . - 'Treasurer ii"
.B L MILDRED PETERMAN . Social Chairman :I
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Q: JMARY ELIZABETH GIVEN . -. . , ,Vcspers C."
Z3 I3 JEAN -CARR . . . . Social Service
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'J lb HARRIET BALL . . . . Town Re resentative in
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lg ETHEL SHIELDS . . ....... Publicity
Q3 14 MARY GOTWALD . Undergraduate Representative lie
gl I 0 HATSUE ICANDA . . .... Foreign Representative :El
32 3 KATHERINE MARTIN . . Chairman of F reshmen Council
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J, U LOIS ELDER . . . . President
5: J SNONVDEN SMITH . . . Vice-President
-Q J UNE PELTON . . S ecretary- Treasurer
fe' I DFLORENCE HOWARD . . Amer-icanization
I: GERTRUDE LAYCOCK . . Girl Scouts iff
if 9 MARGARET WILSON . . . Storg Telling
Q: LUCILLE JUDGE . .' . ,. Orphanage I
ag . 7 ELOISE VVILLIAMS . Neighborhood ouse E
img ' ,2 EMILY GATES . . Home for tlze Aged
W5 ff IVIARION YVILCOX . Reconstruction Home A1
L, b.HELEN KATZMAN . . . . Case Work
12 I ETHEL SHIELDS . . . Girl Reserves
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JC All loyal Thespians are as those "Whom a dream hath ml
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.BU Drama may work together unhampered, for the purpose 113.
'Bi of producing plays of literary excellence and dramatic I'
,hi power. Although this is a lofty purpose, it is not impos-
lvl sible of achievement if Th6Sp1S is fortunate enough to re- QI
tain a Director with the inspiration, the determination bg
5. and tihe ability of hfliss Nlorrow. Her ingenuity has con- S,
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ta that they might Win for us the financial support of our Us
1,0 friends, and this coming June Prospcro and Ariel must
sz: plead for us. May their pleas and those of their successors I"
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B . we have four major sports and several minor sports in UQ!
gm which the girls try to excel.
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skilfull players besides a very enthusiastic cheering sec-
Fm tion. It is they same story With basketball, baseball, and 1:
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all The aesthetic side of life is not neglected, Where grace as 3
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I: 1 JANELCOUCH ..... . I .... , Treclsurer - 90'
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Q: number of individual students, Forum operates through
I small groups, as well as through open forums. It has .
Pg been paossible this year to organize. three such groups,
l . which, with their respective faculty advisors, are as follows: Q'
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Q CSD Debate Club-Miss Quinlan.
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lil f1JUIQ1A BOYER . . . . . . A . Journalist- S13
gg 3' FLONRENCE LOUPE . . Chairman of Bulletins
'Q L3 MADELEINE FRINK . . Chairman of Debate
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The creation of a college debate spirit has been the aim of the debating branch of
Forum this year. From the large number of students trying out, a varsity team and a gg
7 sub-varsity Were chosen. The varsity, under the excellent coaching of Miss Geraldine
Quinlan of the Speech Education Department, came through the season with flying
colors, defeating Bucknell WOH16H,S Debate team Q-1 and Wells College 3-0 on the GRI
proposition, Resolved: That prohibiiton by law of intoxicating liquors is undesirable. H
Elmira has been honored by challenges from other colleges and universities includ-
ing Buffalo, Cornell, and VVest V irginia, Which, however, it has been impossible to
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4155 A delegate Was sent to represent Elmira at the conference held by Tau Kappa ms
gigs Alpha, national honorary debating fraternity, at VVilliamstoWn, Massacliusetts.
Wg New ideas for the furtherance of debate were obtained and an investigation of the img
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and the establishment of an honorary debating society in the coming year. QE
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E3 Edith Polgreen Edith Senif Ruth Ransom
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hu call themselves the "Inklings" and to meet twice a month over in the library 'I
to read and criticize their own efforts. ,29 is quite proud of their talent andf
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M.ARGARET FABER . . Secretary-Treasurer
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The Silver Bay Club of Elmira is a Junior Organization
' FLORINE MILLER
President of Silver Bay Club ' 1
,Whose purpose it is to earn money during the year with
which to send delegates to the Silver Bay conference held at
Lake George. Elmira, through Student cooperation, will
, have the opportunity again this year of sending repre-
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' J' The Athletic Association is concerned chiefly with its four major sports and F'
Ix' several minor sports which are taken up durmg the college year. Hockey is E
U. our big fall sport, and there. is a great deal of enthusiasm both among the gf!
,g players and the spectators. From the irst day of college in September until if
hz Thanksgiving the ,girls bend- all their efforts toward making class and varsity 36
gn teams and, of course, acquiring all the skill and speed possible. A double gig
'ph classgseries was played off this fall, which terminated with the Sophomore D3
gi class at the top of the list. Besides these games, we played Cornell here in eg
is November, and Elmira was proud of her team when the close of the game Ei!
le' brought it victory.
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Immediately after Thanksgiving, the girls were anxious to start basketball.
Lp, The double series of games did not begin until after Christmas, but they cer- mv
Q tamly began then in earnest. Each team was determined to win and each did U9
mm its best to run up the score. The most successful at this game were the D1
,ig Juniors. They were particularly proud of their victory because it is their Q
third successive year to win the class championship and now they become mg
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my In the springhbaseball-and track occupy the athletes. Because of the' short
ini season only a single series of class games is played off, 'but we ind time to WEA
UB play Cornell once more and always have a good time in spite of the fact that 53,
E2 we have lost twice. " gi
US Track is just coming to the foreground. If the weather ermits we ho et to
mg hold a meet this spring with such events as relays, running, broad and high 25
QQ Jumpls, hurdlgs, and -Javelin arid baseball throws. Perhaps in the future we Egg
be can ave a c ass series in trac , too. - T .,
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?w Swimming is fast becoming popular. In fact we have had meets for the if
past two years, both oflwhicih were coiggidered very successful. When we get
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gm Through these various sports A. A. aims not only to develop superior skill, Q
lg speed and ultimate perfection, but also to develop character. Those girls -"
'U who excel in skill in a suthcient number of sports are awarded their purple E, as
Lk and the senior who, besides excelling in sports, has attained a iineness of as
gg character is awarded A.A.'s highest honor, the white sweater.
5 - Varsity Hockey Squad
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BQ Delegates to Intercollegiate Dramatic Conference
The Intercollegiate Dramatic Conference, at which twenty-one colleges sl
M95 were represented, was held at Elmira College during the Week-end of Nov-
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Q3 1nd1v1dual problems in dramatics in eastern colleges, the delegates enjoyed
meeting Mr. Stuart Walker, the Well known playwright. For a- part of the as
time, the conference. journeyed to Cornell to tour the Little Theatre, hear Isl
Mr. Drummond lecture, and see the Cornell Players put on Luigi Pirandello's
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N ORIENE DELANEY, Chairman JEAN VrsscHER
N AOMI FORDHAM MILDRED PETERMAN
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The Junior Endowment Committee, having exhausted all other methods
of alluring the coy quarter, staged a most marvellous rummage sale this
Spring. We shall transport you to the scene.
Behold, ,two large store windows aesthetically draped with vivid red
gowns, lavender shawls, pink hats, and green scarves. Curious faces are flat-
tened against the glass.
Within the scene is one of exquisite chaos. 'On one table hats of. every age,
size, and quality rise in towering pyramids. Another table bears up row
upon row of shoes-pairs .being widely separated in the most brutal fashion.
Anything from, knickers to evening gowns adorn the clothes line effects in
the middle of the room while across the way books, hankies, shells, hairpins,
and shaving mugs irresistably lure you. Coats mop up the floor. All is havoc
Considering the prices we are marvelling that a sale of such garments could
result in a profit of two hundred and fifty dollars. However, when we look for
the Manager, we realize that nothing less could have been the result for Jean
Harris is not only an ardent, fun-loving worker but an eflicient and clever
rummager. Hereis to Jean-and how! .
Three cheers and a 'rayl for Noriene Delaney who has so successfully chair-
maned the Endowment Committee this year! And three cheers more for said
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We are grateful for the cordial cooperation of our
advertisers. VVe hope their response to the persuasive
eloquence of our advertising managers was based on an
appreciation of their reasoning, rather than the color
of their hair or that college-girl complexion. VVe know
the advertising pages of the Iris have real Worth both
for advertiser and reader. .
You, our reader, can prove this by turning these next
pages-slowly. ' i
Alpert, Joseph ..........,........... 178 Eckel-d's ............. 186
American La France Fire Engine .,.... 175 Edgcomb ........... 182
Artscraft Decorating Shop ............ 195 El-Cor Dairies, Inc. .... ....... . . . 173
Aster, The ...........,... . . . 182 Elmira. Arms Co. ....... I .........,. . . 172
Elmira Coca Cola Bottling Wlorks ..... 185
B Elmira Floral Co. .......,...... . . . 177
, Elmira Foundry .............. . . . 194
Barker, Rose' Clinton CO' "" ' ' ' 183 Elmira Ice Cream ......,.,..,....,. , 188
Barnard Bake Shops 'A""' ' ' ' 159 Elmira-Ithaca 1VIotor Bur Line ........ 192
Barnes '44-"-- , '---" W Elmira Kiiiiiing 1VIills ........ .. 192
Berger and Radml Inc' "" ' ' ' 178 Elmira Oil Co. .................... . . 177
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Bon Ton "A4A...l. h h A 194 Empire Produce ,.......,............ 171
Booth, I. D. Corp., . . ... 191
Booth, W. I. ,...... . . . 182
Brown's ............ . . . 181 F
Brown's Pharmacy ,... . , , 191 Ferguson, M. ....,..... . 182
Bureau of Engraving .... . . . 166 Fridie, A. J., 8 E. E.. . . . 196
Burt ................. . . . 181 Friend-Metzer ......,. 192
F risbie 8: Hamilton ..., 184
C. Sz K. Laundry, Inc. ..... . . . 178 G
Chenlung Canal Trust Co.. , . . . . 168 Gorton Company. . . . . 190
Chernung Coal Co. ......,. . . . 177 Gosper-Kelly ..,. . . 171
Chemung Foundry ...... . . . 173 Gray, WV. C. Sz M.. . . 179
College Shoe Repairing .,., . . . 181
Commercial Press ....... . . , 192
Consolidated Brick Co. .... . . . 176 H
Costello Shop -...'.',w-- - - D 199 Hamilton Sz Pohlman .... 190
Coil-ell si Leona-d .... . . . iso Harrison Pfsss ------ 174
Craytolfs ...4-4.AA--. l . - 191 Haskell 8: Furfey. , , , 188
Culver Engraving Co... . . . . . 166 Hefefis Bakery. - - - 195
Hogg-Nichols, Inc.. . . 196
Home Dairy Co. ...... 179
D House 8: Garden Shop. . . 181
Dawdy, F. VV., . . . . . . . . 177 Howes Art Stomp , Q A V ' 191
Deistef 31 Butlsf- - - -- - 180 Howell, F. M. si Co.. . . 173
De Luzre Inn. .... . . , 186 Hudson Shoe Co. ...... . . 196
Ds Rlslo '------i-- ' - - 196 Hygeia Ice Cream ......... 193
goanefuillii Jfmes -'-'- ' - - Hygeia Refrigerating Co.. . . . 172
oane s 3X1 ...... . . .
Du Bois Press. , . . . . 167
Duhl Bros. .... . . . 174 I
Durfey, Jack. .. ... 181 Iszard, S. F.. .. ,..,... 185
Jack of All Trades .... , '
Jacobus ........,... 5
Just Fashions, ..........
Kantz Bros. ........... .
Keeton's, F. A. Sons .....
Kennedy Valve .......
La France Florist .....
Langwell Hotel ....
Leavitt, Florist ....
Le Vine Silk Shop. . .
Liberty Shoe Co., .
Lockwood's ..... , .
Loomis, Fred T.. . .
Losie Bros. . .,...,.., ..
Lowman Construction ....
lVIac Greevey, G. A. .... .
1VIandeville Sr Personius. . .
hlansfield, WV. D. Co.. . . .
Nlantell, Henry J. .....,. .
McFarlin Gift Shop .......... . . . 195
Merchants National Bank ..... ..., 1 86
Moxley, R. J. ,.........,.. . . . 166
Newtown Motor Corporation .... .... 1 77
Olin's Barber Shop ....
Osborne Press ......
O,Shea, C, W. ......, .
Parker, Edith ........,..
Peck, George YV. Co. ..... .
Peerless Dry Cleaning Co, . . .
Personius, Studio. .........
Peterson's Furniture Co.. . .
Petrie, C. A. Sc Co.. , ,,
Pierce Sz Bickford. . .
Pirates Den .....
Rathbun Hotel ........, . , .
Rawsons, Florist .....,
Rhodes Bros. ,......, .
Roberston's Pharmacy. . .
Rud dicks .......,...
Russell Pharmacy, . .
Sadler, John T., Inc.. . ,
Scala., Edward T.. . . .
Searles, F. A. ........... . . .
Second National Bank .....
Sheehan, Dean 8: Co. .... , . .
Sheeley Bros. ...... .
Shreibman lk Son ....
Stearns, J. N. K Co.. . .
Sullivan, J. P. tk NI. ...,. . . .
Swans Sz Sons-Morss Co..
Swarthout 81 Co. ........ . . .
Sweet lk V an Houten ....
Tepper Bros. ...... ..... . . .
Terball-Calkins Co.. . . .
Vanity Fair Shop .......
VValsh LQ Reagan ......
WVhitney's Pharmacy ....
Willys-Morrow Co.. . . .
Winner, Seth, Inc.. . .
WVright, Electric. . .
With the Best Wishes of
of Elmira College
T1 FFANY A Co.
JEWELERS SILVERSMITHS STATIONERS
I IVIAIL INQUIRIES RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION
FIFTH AVENUE MSIE STREET I
PROFESSIONAL PRIDE DEMANDS
S U PERI ORI TY
RUE to human nature you take pride in
fine workmanship. You Want a prize-
vvinning annual. For eighteen years the
Bureau of Engraving has been building just
that-prize winning college and high school
annuals in every part of the nation. Our pro-
fessional pride demands that we produce
superior workmanship. A glance at the re-
sults of our service on some of the largest and
finest annuals will convince you of this.
Pay ur 4 coll to talk over your annual prob-
lemr and porribilitier with zu. Ouryearr of
experience are at your command for
Culver Engraving Co., Inc.
HALF-TONES AND ZINC ETCHING
ILLUSTRATIONS FOR ALL PURPOSES
Democrat if Chronicle Bldg.
59-61 East Main Street
BOOKS AND CATALOGUES
I5 I Broadway
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
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Wb67'6 the I7'fJ' wax Produced
The service rendered b A
y a financial institu-
ti . . .
on 1S the chief factor in tetainin
In out Banking Department We are still
serving many ofthe grandchildr
en and great-
gtandchildten f ' '
o those who originally open-
ed deposit accounts with us.
ANK OF THE PEOPLE
Y I OO YEARS
CHEMUNG CANAL TRUST COMPANY
ELMIRA, N. Y.
HARRY L. AND BENJAMIN M. BERINSTEIN, Nlazmzgerf
Ojfering az V6Zl'f6Zjl of Eizfemzinmenr i
I GENERAL QFFICES . . ELMIRA, N. Y.
KEENEY k MAJESTIC
Keith-Albee Vaudeville Majestic Players
Feature Photoplays in Broadway Successes
Du Luxe Photoplays Superior Photoplays
4 X '
S A .A as A -Snag, .AX-
, , X X X Q 'T stil' '
l , ,txt .ts X XX,, .
An Elmira-built product used all over the world. The water
Works system that delivers Water into your home, the Hre pro-
tection system for which only the best equipment can be
selected, the povver plant that supplies you with light and
povver are in many cases controlled by Kennedy Valves on the
pipe lines. For half a century, Kennedy Valves have been
building up a reputation for skillful design, honest workman-
ship and dependable' service.
ELMIRA, N. Y.
New York Chicago B San Francisco Sal: Lake City El Paso S I
Live Forever 417 51' ell the from
SUCCESS AND THE
BEST OF WISHES TO
EVERY MEMBER OF
THE CLASS 1928.
47.1 W. CHURCH ST.
COLLEGE ART SUPPLIES
WALL PAPERS, POSTER BOARD
IOS-IIO WEST WATER STREET
SHOES OF QUALITY
' Hosiery to match
LAWERENCE PAINTS Zlfld VARNISHES
BRUSHES, STENCILS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS
HAND PAINTED CHINA
E. PARKER. -
105 W. XVATER STREET Cnear MEIIQ
EMPIRE PRODUCE COMPANY!
WHOLESALERS AND DISTRIBUTORS
FRUITS, VEGETABLES, DAIRY PRODUCTS, DRIED
FRUITS, SEEDS, SUGAR, ETC.
MAXWELL I-IOUSE COFFEE AND PRAIRIE ROSE BUTTER
HARRY B. FURVIANI
Mgr. EImi:a Btanch A
G. H. AND S. F. DEVED
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
To the Faculty
WE WILL CALL FOR AND STORE
During the Spring and Summer
months, keeping them safexfrom
moths and other damage, and
return them to you in the Fall.
The cost is very reasonable.
Write or 'phone 7.48 for booklet.
Fear emei Fabric Dept.
Phone 17.5 Res. Phone 5455
Sgunlfey gametes' A
Flower' Sh ops. Jnq
208 E:Water St.
VE. l mira. NX
ARCIIIE L. WEEKS, Manager.
TENNIS - GOLF Goons
K O DA K S
ELMIRA ARMS CO.
Defignery - Engraverf - Printerf
Dance Programs and Banquet Menus
Monograms and Crests designed for
Engraved Personal Stationery
Engraved Weddinglnvit tions and
PERSON IUS STUDIO
Engraved Personal Calling Cards .
Wedding Cake Boxes
F. M. HOWELL 84 CO.
79-95 Pennsylvania Ave.
l Elmira, New York
EL-COR DAIRIES INC. I
Payrezerigeei Milk and Cream
Freya Barter ami Barfermilfz
4oI DIVISION ST., ELMIRA, N. Y. 3rd and STEUBEN ST.,
CORNING, N. Y
C. A. Petrie 417 Company
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS
C O A L
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I9I EAST WASHINGTON AVENUE
ELMIRA, N. Y.
J IM SAY's:-
. You Win always
' find at Sprirz's the
5 newest in Rings,
Wrist Watches and
Novelty Jewelry at
' reasonable prices
, , s... - ..... V and
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
PAY PROM YOUR ALLOWANCE
305 EAST WATER ST., ELMIRA
IO5 East Water Street, Elmira., N. Y.
Dealers in A
Fresh Meats of all Kinds
Poultry and Fish in Season
CORNER MAIN AND CLINTON STREETS
416 North Main Street
ELMIRA, N. Y.
17.2. STATE ST., ELMIRA, N.Y.
H. L. TALLMAN
MANDEVILLE Sc PERSONIUS
Caumelaw at Law
57.1-57.9 ROBINSON BUILDING
ELMIRA, N. Y.
' Compliments Of
AMERICAN-LAFRANCE FIRE ENGINE
ELMIRA, N. Y.
1 Geneml Cmfmcfom
ELMIRA, N. Y.
C B C I
The Coal Thar Satisnes-Pittston Anrhracite
.Ycrcencd by Elcrtricig
Coal - Wooii
WOODLAWN AVE. Sc MAGEE s'r.
ELMIRA, N. Y.
R. J. MOXLEY
Park Place at Clinton Stf
Whipping and co-,fee Cream
Cor. Davis and W. Wash. Ave.
Packard Motor Cary
ELMIRA, N. Y. l '
ELMIRA QIL Co
Motor and Factory Oils
, Fuel Oils
616 WILLIAM ST. ELMIRA, N. Y.
It Takes Good
CHEMUNG COAL Co.
FAMOUS D. L. 8QW.
IO4 E. NVz1ter St.-Elmira
Alwezyf Something New
KNOWN FOR QUALITY
Wou't do the family wash-
Why should You ?U
C. er K. LAUNDRY, INC.
SERVICE' AND Low PRICES , PHoNE me Try U1 New
VANITY FAIR SHOP Silk Undffweaf
I4O EAST WATER STREET ' Handkcrchiefs
HOSIERY NEGUGEES BERGER Sc RADIN, Inc.
HANDKERCHIEES SILK UNDERWEAR 137 East Wafer Street
Upmzj,-I Elmira, N. Y.
And Floor Coverings
And Wear Diamnnd:
J. P. 8: M. SULLIVAN I
111-T13-115 EAST XVATER STREET 315 East Water Street Elmira, N. Y.
Peerless Dry Cleaning CO' FRESH FLOWERS I FANCY FRUIT BASKETS
5 I E L M I R A
.Walled Cleemem V F L 0 R A L
mee! Peeffem CO-
S T R Corner Water Sr. and Railroad Ave.
2.0I 5 TH
PHONE 3137 PHONE 4355 ELMIRA, N. Y.
SCHQRNSTHEIMERS Everytbing for the College Girl
EVENING AND AFTERNOON GOWNS
COATS : SUITS : SWEATERS 1 BLOUSES
17.9 NORTH MAIN STREET ELMIRA, NEW YORK
S TRUTH CREATES CONFIDENCE!
It is the practice of this store to value its reputation for truth above all A
things. To merit our custOmer's confidence is to us, as important as
selling merchandise. As a matter of fact, the :WO go hand in hand.
dv ' ' .Q ,I
REMEMEE -WQMQQRMMMW, TEPPER-S
Szjfief that make Main Street leak Q , , If
W. D. MANSFIELD CO.
like Fifth Avenue
364 NORTH MAIN STREET, QDnnn Bldg.D
308 CARROLL STREET
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
HOME DAIRY CO.
Light Lunches, '
Salads, Baked Beans,
Cream Fried Cakes,
. Cottage Cheese
144 EAST WATER STREET ELMIRA, N. Y
HENRY L. DEISTER SHERMAN D, BUTLER
Deister df Butler
JOHN BALLY ck SON
330 East Water Street ELMIRA, N. Y.
REPAIRING Plame 849-W
FREDERICK A. SEARLES
12.9. E. WATER STREET
,Typewriters Repaired and Rented
Adding Machines Stationery
Eoegftlving for the 0jj'?ce
SEE coRoNA FOUR
567 EAST WATER STREET
E35 K q' Goeom - Hooa'f - Cape
3 digg - . J I I
it T ll 'I I FOR
, 'II Faculty Members and College
M" E Students
REE: at , ,
3:-R, EX! l We guarantee eorreetfzen' 112 every dctazl.
SME: ,L-T L
Kodak! and Camera Sappleeer
Service and Prices Pleasing
. WE "?'fS,e?'5'f'Y
A 'The' .fIore
313 EAST WATER ST.
QUALITY and SERVICE
COTRELL Sc LEONARD
EST. 1837. ALBANY, N. Y.
PLACE YOUR BUSINESS
Swan df Sons-Morss Co.
College Shoe Repaiifin g
I 904 N. MAIN STREET
Do not forget the place Where
you get your
PHONE 185 ELMIRA N. Y. FMT' C1655
Q EWBLHHED lm ' Shoe Repairing ana Shine
Delieionf Canalief E E I Z I
Swim o if O if a' e 74
Lnnenef F if o no
I B ifoeonfff
HOUSE 8a GARDEN SHOP
410 WEST CHURCILI sf. X-
Exclusive materials for curtains, slipcovers
LAMP SHADES' WALL PAPER
BURTS CLOTHING Co.
Why not be proud of your printing?
Booklets, programs, etc., that leave
our plant are gotten up in such a
manner that they will be a source
of gratihcation. Let us help you.
THE OSBORNE PRESS
7.1.7. East Market Street Phone 141.1-W
A 'Particular P1'i72f6l'J', '
ELMIRA, N. Y.
WAVERLY, N. Y.
"Ark the U ppef CZEIJIIZEHH
If if zz delight
to feel that
are becoming more and more
appreciated by the girls of
are made in Elmira,
.lj Q ll some
1. .HIMI l
NOVEL CREATIONS EXCLU
, BE : Ev .
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A - lie -
-..,,.,.,- SIVE TO OUR SHOP WILL DE
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A A R
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E U UAL G rTs
A WE REND R ORTHY Ex-
SWW PRESSIONS or YOUR owN
i. Goon TA TE N PL CE CARDS
g ANT:-P RTY F vo s.
' il THE JACK OF
.ip ALL TRADES "
Phone, 1458 -J
T34 E. WATER ST. ELMIRA, N. Y.
FURNITURE AND RUGS
135 N. MAIN STREET
Elminfx Leading Drug Store
144 West Water Street
Delicious Home-made Candy
and Ice Cream
CORNER LAKE AND W XTER STREETb
A .Map of Me1'it
LA FRANCE FLORIST
Flowers Wired to any point in f
AIHCIICZ or Europe
Too EAST XVATER STREET
AN ELECTRIC CONVENIENCE
103 WEST WATER STREET
if JZZZUHQIJ' an
at AccEPTABLE GIFT
AT HOME OR AT COLLEGE
I stunning clothes
Toasters : Table Stoves . Waffle Irons
Heating Pads . Curling Irons
have Coffwzunizjy .Yiluerzuarc
, BARKER, ROSE 84 CLINTON CO.
SETH WINNERS '
' ' IO9'II3 LAKE SIIiEET.x
A PRACTICIAL IDEAL
AND IDEAL PRACTICE
The ideal and the parctical are too
often thought of as distinct ----
We do not think they are, and it is
this company's aim to make our
service to you as nearly ideal as
we can ---- I
We do not achieve perfection, but
We try for it.
ELMIRA WATER, LIGI-IT tk R. R. CO.
101 103 Established
East Water St. R S- H' HERSCH, OW, 1864
For Sixty-two Years Elmira's Leading Specialist in
Apparel and Millinery for the
The l-leat Talks
wma A SELECTION BY THE
r P ASA SIN
HFS A Gooo
Q A A Lai
ful l f l
HEADQUARTERS Pon ATTRACTIVELY
ARRANGED BASKETS AND ARTISTIC
CORSAGES for all Ocmrionr.
of a Wide variety AT ALL TIMES
Flowerf wireol to all
party of the world.
FfiSb1C gi H3m11tOU f IOS West Church Street
IO4 PARTRIDGE STREET PHONE 466
JOHN T. SADLER Co., Inc.
Srzrrimmf pmol Hearing Contractors
I 17. LAKE STREET
ELMIRA, N. Y.
MAIN STREET, ELMIRA
Jay Parker, the floral artist of the
Rosery Shop, is prepared to decorate
the College for all college events in-
cluding dinner dances and teas.
He also makes up artistic bouquets
of lovely old-fashioned flowers and
bouquets for formal occasions
EDWARD T. SCALA
D131 Cleaning, Prening ana' Repairing
Phone, 1334-J. 119 RAILROAD AVE
Goods called for and returned.
Breakfaft a la Caffe
Special .Yanday Dinner and Lnnclaex
MRS. IDA OWEN'l
ELMIRA COCA COLA BOTTLING WORKS
TELEPHONE, 1116. '
THE WILLYS -- MORROW COMPANY
Tbmgf Thar Awaken
Yom-' Desire For SZLCCKIJ
There's a precious fortune being handed to each student of
the Elmira College - in knowledge, experience and character.
Combined together, those and other things your course will
bring, will make you keen for living - and keen for Winning
above the average. Y
Through The Merchants National Bank, many of your pre-
decessors in classes of this far-famed institution, have acquired
the experience in handling and conserving money which is so
essential in every Held of life. The same friendly service is
at your disposal. .
TI-IE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
OF ELMIRA, NEW YORK
C. R. SAYLES GEO. F. FEAN ,
J, E. sWAETHoU'r Sc co. CUT RATE
JEWELERS S T 0 R E
COLLEGE JEWELRY '
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco
RATHBUN HOUSE CANDY '
CORNER ELMIRA, N. Y.
' Patent Medicines
For 4 Rubber Goods and Sundries
CALL OUR Morro
6 I G "The man' of the bert for the least"
CITY TRIPS joe.
J. N. STEARNS 84 CO.
YELLOW CABS MMETERED " OR BUICK SEDANS
" Deaf Take a Chance Take a Yellow "
TAXI - 44
RHODES BROS. IO4 W. GRAY ST., ELMIR2., TNQ T
AT VVRIGI-ITS ELECTRIC STORE
A in Yea will jivzel a complete ana' .
. M. 3 , Jafiffaefozgf dJ'J0lfl77Z67ZVL" of
.I fl I I ELECTRICIAL APPLIANCES
'I ,,' and ACCESSORIES
JE A Beautiful lampf for the Bozeeleir or .finely
A YW --ELECTRICAL REPAIR XVORK --
-- RADIO SUPPLIES --
WRIGHT ELECTRIC COMPANY
118 N. MAIN STREET ELMIRA, N. Y.
HEEHAN, DE .
A Sz C0 sf
Stylish Ready- to e sf
'S In Great Variety get
Select styles in young women's Coats, Suits, Dresses,
Sweaters, Furs, Lingerie, Negligee, Corsets, French
Gloves, Dainty Neckwear, Hosiery, Toilet Articles and
Luggage of all kinds.
You can always find here beautiful feather-weight
woolens, such as Soft Cashets, Lustrous Twills, Richly
Colored Plaids, etc.
The Largest Line of Quality Silks, Dress
nd Wash Goods in the City
FRED E. DURFEY
HASKELL di' DURFEY
617. WILLIAM STREET
A ICE CREAM
GENERAL ICE CRE
fmt! Students .'
No matter the size of income
Or allowance, it goes farther
if budgetted. N
We are glad to supply you
with the books for this pur-
ln fact We are glad Ito help
you in any way While you are
in our good city.
Yanrx my Z'7'1lbl,'
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
WALSH 84 REAGAN
139 East Water Street
Fifteen Floors of
MAHOGANY DESK LAMPS
REED FIBER FURNITURE
133 EAST WATER STREET
W D. JACOBUS
17.0 MAIN STREET
Elmira, N. Y.
Elmira, N. Y.
175 Rooms Ioo Baths
New Annex now open with 5o Rooms and Large
Assembly Room Accomrnoclating 150 People
'f 51' ,be R016 :Room "
An Excellent Place to Dine
Bmzqzeetx and Special Dinnerf Catered To
JOHN H. CAUSER se SON
PIERCE df BICKFORD
J. H. P1ERcE, F. A. l. A.
H. H. BICKFORD, F. A. I. A.
R. T. BICKFORD, A. I. A.
118 and I7.0 Lake St., Elmira, N. Y
HAMILTON if POHLMAN
Call ur for correct time
315 EAST WATER STREET
ELMIRA, N. Y.
THE GORTON COMPANY
Elmira, N. Y.
Wbeafe .ffmzrf Clatbef
Ariel Moderate Prieef
WHERE ALL THE COLLEGE GIRLS SHOP
LOSIE BROS., INC.
760 Baldwin Street
Elmira, N. Y.
F. A. KEETON'S SONS
ELMIRA, NEW YORK
TRVING D. BOOTH, INC.
Tbe'P1'e.fc1'iprio72 Drug Store
FLOYD S. RUSSELL, PH. G.
goo N. Main Cor. Third St
ELMIRA, NEW YORK, ,Q
Good Tbingf to Em'
CRAYTONS CANDY STORE
IIO-I 17. NORTH MAIN STREET
'COLLEGE BOOK STORE
' Bookf Tmtionefyf I i
E g ving and Di: Wcrk a Sp l y
Note Books i ,
EI-MWA, N- Y' H I G. A, MACGREEVEY
313 East Water Street ELMIRA, N. Y.
STOP AT '
ART AND GIFT STORE BROWN'S PHARMACY
-5. , for Ice Czfemfo
144 and 146 East Water Street
Elmira, N. Y.
WHEN YOU HIKE
Carries 21 line of
108 COLLEGE AVENUE
PROFESSIONAL PH ARMACY
Main Street, Corner Gray
Elmira-Ithaca. Motor Bus Line
Lv. Elmira Daily, 7:00 mm., 17.230 p.m., 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, 8:00 zI.m., 5:00 p.m.
Lv, Ithaca Daily, 8:30 z1.m., 1.200 p.m., 6:30 p.m.
Sunday, 9:30 zI.m., 7:30 p.m.
Codcfacx mu be cfmrlcred for Jpccifzl trip:
OFFICES 301 E. MARKET ST., PHONE 5-W
ELMIRA KNITTING MILLS
ELMIRA, N. Y.
RAYON SILK, UNDER GARMENTS, PAJAMAS
NIGHTIES, DRESS FABRICS
Friend-Metzer 84 Co.
, SILK HOSIERY LINGERIE
Cbozce Meats, Sazzzfacge LADIES,
Pmlm, Oyffm REEIEQQQMEAR
and Cldmf PIIIMROSE HoUsE TOILET ARTICLES
149. East Water Street
PHONE 605 154 LAKE STREET Elmira, N- Y-
LIBERTY SHoEs Phow,
' .Ymfzfft Navelgf .
. 0':i3i,if::ifz1 45OSwhMm
I ' L " P' Lake St. .
'A 3 -'LW I7 PHONE Prmters of
Z f f- 2 cc ' "
. 312. College Weekly, The S1byl
fig X I '
CCLOCKWOOD AND H15
109 E. Churchx Street
PHONE 4310 ELMIRA, N. Y.
C ol dk? Ji
I-IYGEIA ICE CREAM CO., Inc.
Phone 117.1 , x
.E . cu fo Q -
jx ' Circle the UJoj'14T?
Qi W' Sport wztlz
- Rf -
STE Sssf5x?.R2HS'- F-i3
GEO. I-I. QL1N's
Bmfbeff Shop -
fav TI-IE CQLIQEGE GIRL
BON-TON TEA ROOM
315-39.7 EAST WATER-QUpstairsj
LUNCHES A DLNNERS
New Private Dining Room of L!l7'fg6V Cizpizcify
LARGE BANQUETS DANCING
OUR ENTIRE OUTPUT
eiifem into the Mizniifiicriiie of
A GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
TURBINES ' GENERATORS ' MOTORS
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS RADIO
Electric Products of Every Nature for
ELMIRA FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC. A
Complete Lim' of
Alfa az Veg' Beazztifzzl Auaiftment
of Demlcommziar and Stencilm
4oo N. MAIN STREET X Phone 5433
C. W. O'SI-IEA
.fboer and Hafiefjf
146 West Water Street, Elmira, N. Y.
WE HAVE BROUGHT
OVER OCEAN HIGHWAYS AND
FOR YOUR SELECTION
LITTLE GIFTS OF BEAUTY
- ARTISTIC LARGER GIFTS
158 Main Street .,
Elmira, New York fy
DOANE 81. JONES
We specialize in floors of oak
ELDRIDGE PARK HARMON KSC PATRIDGE STS
NORTH SIDE SOUTH SIDE
ELMIRA, N. Y.
PETERSON ' S 'f
A Complete New Stock of R
FURNITURE AND LAMPS
At Moderate Prices
Phone 397.0 513-.515 Norm MAIN S-r.
Dutch Chocolate Shop
STI PARK PLACE
A. J.-PRIDIE-E. E.
319-311 CARROLL ST. PHONE 4001
Hudson Shoe Company
HEATING AND SANITARY
TELEPHONE 3 32.
58 Baldwin Street Elmira, N. Y
SWEET and VAN I-IOUTEN
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
t Grades of Wall Paper and Wall Cove
17.7 N. MAIN ST. Phone 1489 ELMIRA, N Y
L. Shreibman 8: Son
2.14 East Water Street
Alwfzyf Ark For
H E I-I E R' S
BREAD AND COOKIES
Fzrxt rn Faflazan
w DE RISIo
A. De Risio, Designer
180-187. Main Street Elmira, N. Y
GEO. W. PECK CO.
IO1-IO8 State Street
Elmira, N. Y.
ALBERT CHESHIRE QT' SONS
MRS. ISRAEL B. KETCHAM
MRS. E. R. CARR
MR. AND MRS. H. A. FAILING
Complimmtx of ,r
MR. AND MRS. JOHN W1 TAGGART
MR. AND MRS. HARRY ACKERMAN
C Camplinzmtf of '
THE FATHER AND MOTHER or'
' SARA BETTINGER.
MR. AND MRS. M. U. FORDHAM
Caizgmtulgtiafzf to '18
FATHER AND MOTHER OF
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES STRACK
Our Bm' Wifber to tba Clan of '18
MR. AND MRS. R, W. JESSUP
Beit 4WiybeJ of Q
MR. and MRS. HARRY E. XVEBSTER
WISHES GOOD AND VVISHES GREAT
ALL OF THEM FOR TWElf1'TY'EIGHT
MR. and MRS. B. E. MARTIN
NORMA SMITH 197.6
MARION SMITH 197.8
Bert Wiflaef from
Teddy's Father and Mother
MR. and MRS. THEODORE WEMPLE FRINK
DR. and MRS. ETHAN A. NEVIN
But Wifbef for '28
MR. and MRS. WILLIAM MILLIGAN
MR. zmd.MRs. .V. R. BRUCE
MR. and MRS. F. W. BAXTER
REV. DR. and MRS. DEWITT L. PELTON
New York City
MR. and MRS. M. H. KING
P MR. and
MRS. JOSEPH HOWERTH
MRS. CHARLES S. WRIGHT
Bef! Wifbef to '28
MRS. WILLIAM PETERMAN
5 Complimefztf of
MRS. HOWARD S. BURDGE
I Complimezznr of
MR. zlhd MRS. E. H. GORTON
Bent Wifloef A'
MR. and MRS. DAIJIONIBAIRD
Bert Wifbcr of
XVENDY LU'1iZHOFF'S FATHER and MOTHER
MR. and MRSl. D.'A. LOUPE
DR. and MRS, F. VAN RENSSELSER PHELPS
MRS. EDMOND T.. POWERS
Bert Wixlvef t0 1928
MR. and MRS. ARTHUR WARD WILLIAMS
Y Complimmtr of
MR. and MRS. DAUM
MR. and MRS. GEORGE ALBERT CHESHIRE
MR and MRS. HENRY M. LEWIS
MR. and MRS. F. H. HARTLEY
Bert Wixbex to
the Clan' of '23
MR and MRS. CHARLES DELANEY
MR. and MRS. FREDERICK A. RAY
But Wifbcx from
MR. and Mrs. LEGRAND A. PHILLIPS
MR. and MRS. FRANK LEHLEY
Brant, N. Y
Bert Wifb to '28
MR. and MRS. LESTER G. TURNEY
MR. and MRS. B. W. HEALY
Kingston, N. Y.
Bert Wifhef to '28
MR. and MRS. HEASLY
MR. and MRS. H. L. V1sscHER
Alexander, Elizabeth R.
Ball, Violet L.
Bloxham, Helen M.
Briggs, Esther M.
Bryson, Lois L.
Carr, Virginia W.
Cook, Elizabeth lil.
Eddy, Lucy L.
Edwards, Dorothy L.
Egbert, Jessie NI.
Elder, Lois J.
F assett, Jessie T.
Fields. hlargaret Mi.
Fraser, Jean L.
Frisbie, Elizabeth G.
Frost, Loraine H.
Galpin, Helen M.
Gardner, Mildred L
Gill, Elizabeth S.
Gotwald, Nlary F. S.
Harding, Naoma D.
Harmon, Marion Fay
Aber, Lodemah E.
Ackerman, Nettie A.
Baird, Evelyn E.
Barbour, Edith Loretta
Baxter, Verna M.
Bettinger, Sara J.
Birchard, Mary Helen
Birkholz, Alice P.
Blake, lVIarian A.
Boyer, Julia A.
Brace, Alta lVI'.
Bruce, Mary Louisa
Brundage, Emily G.
Campbell, Elizabeth B.
Carr, Pauline L.
Cheshire, Alberta K.
Clark, Diary E.
Collins, Julia L.
Coss, Kathryn M.
Senior Clam Roll
Hewitt, Anne E.
Hill, G. Helen
Holbe1't, Pauline E.
Houck, Gertrude J.
Jones, lwargaret C.
Kingsbury, Ruth F.
Loomis, Alice NI.
McBride, hlarion S.
Maclc, Nlary hladelyn
Mills, Margaret L.
Morse, Anne J.
Noyes, Olga K.
Parker, Violet M.
Parsons, Blargaret Youn
Pfisterer, Marion L.
Pitts, Elva NI.
Platz, Alise M. '
Pratt, Louise B.
fzmior Clam Ro
Danks, S . Jane
Daum, lwildred J.
Delaney, N oriene
Donnelly, Rita M.
Doney, Ethel RI.
Fudge, lVIartha l.
Gray, Eleanor E.
Hanley, Helen L.
Hart, Olive BI.
QHartley, Grace E.
Healy, Miargaret A.
Heasly, Nlary A.
Holmes, Helen M.
Howerth, Sara E.
Hsiang, Alice Shien-yeh
Hughes, Mary E.
J ellitfe, Margaret
Ransom, Margaret Ruth
Rapelyea, Cora N.
Rapp, Marian E.
Richards, Leah B.
Roberts, Ruth F.
Robinson, Eleanor A.
Smith, Margaret Todd
Smith, Nlarion L.
Swartwood, Mary Catherine
Troxel, Janie D.
Wilhelm, Alice' N -i
Williams, Aline '
Williams, Katherine .
VVilson, Rhoda YV.
VVolcott, Grace "
VVolff, Eleanor I
Jessup, Helen C.
Johnson, Laura Al
Kimber. Constance V.
King, Lulu -
Kotrba, Sylvia V.
Kullmann, Elma F.
Lattin, Virginia B.
Laycock, Gertrude lil.
Lewis, Josephine J.
Lutzhoff, Wlendy '
lVIcEwen, Kathryn J.
McGee, Mary E.
NIcKerr, Esther M.
Mathews, Evelyn A.
junior Clan Roll-
Meacl. Eleanor L.
Mills, Helen M.
Blurphy, hlary Alice
Nesbitt, Pearl B.
Nevin, Alice Margaret
Pelton, June D.
Pelton, hlary B.
Peterman, M'il'drecl A.
Phelps, Esther B.
Phillips, Helen I.
Quinlan, Ruth Nancy
Agresta, Josephine B.
Anger, Dorothy B.
Armstrong, Frances S.
Bacon, Dorothy G.
Baker. Josephine L.
Bang, Eugenie hi.
Barney, Susan B.
Bell, hflildred A.
Bridgewater, Anna B.
Clark, Katherine E.
C onger, Ethel
Cooke, Esther Elizabeth
Cowden, Helen E.
Crowell, Helen V.
Dakin, hlarion I.
Davis, Clare M.
Reed, Beatrice H.
Rhodes, Erma I.
Roop, Emma S.
Ryan, Teresa. J.
Schmertz, Carolyn M'.
Sheahan, Nlarie E.
Smith, Helen T.
Sollie, Esther NI.
,Yopbomore Claw! Roll
Dorr, Esther Louise
Epstein, Rhea M.
Gilbert, Margaret L.
Given, hflary Elizabeth
Jones, Kate Helen
Strack, Dorothy W.
V osburgh, Edith L.
Wlebster, Margaret M.
Wlestern, Helen K.
Wlestlake, Harriet B.
lvetherald, I. Helen
XViegand, Rebecca E.
Wlilliams, Eloise A.
Wright, Katherine B.
LeRouX, Nellie '
Lueck, Catherine Elizabeth
McIntyre, Helen Frances
lVIay, Lynd H.
Melvin, Mary Louise
Miller, Dorothy Elizabeth
lVIiller, Eleanor Elizabeth
Nliller, Nlary Elizabeth
lVIills, Marion Steele
Muth, Mary Esther
Nugent, Mary Louise
Olsen, Marion J.
Phillips, Helen A.
Potter, Alice H.
Potter, Margaret S.
Reed, Evelyn E.
Rexford, Florence A.
Rogers, Alice M.
Rogers, Gertrude A.
Rutter, Ella P.
.fopbomore Clam Roll-Continued
Ryan, Aileen B.
Shanl, Helen '
Shields, Ethel B.
Short, Mrs, Maude H.
Smith, Evelyn IV.
Smith, Margaret E.
Sollie, Alice E.
St. Clair, Margaret
Adams, Virginia E.
Allen, Katherine B.
Andrews, Nina BI.
Ardan, Frances Y.
Bear, Elizabeth E.
Bell, Ruth A.
Bennett, Dorris L.
Benoy, Nluriel A.
Bowen, BIary N.
Brett, Eileen J.
Briggs, Sara J.
Broornell, Virginia P.
Brown, hfarjorie R..
Cain, Dolores M.
Callow, Alarguerite J.
Carter, Helen D.
Clark, Edna F.
Clarke, Edra AI.
Cochrane, Irene Mi.
Conklin, Catherine E.
Cook, Helen M.
Cover, Sara A. f
Cowan, NIargaret' A.
Creitz, Mary Louise
Crocker, Cynthia A.
Cruikshank, Helen AI.
Dale, Florence B.
Daly, Elizabeth W.
Daniels, Flora E.
Davis, Dolores J.
Dearborn, Dorothy J.
Delo, Eleanor L. '
Dick, Grace C.
Dunstan, Mary E.
Dwinell, Rachel O.
Emerson, Grace J.
Fitch, Irene L.
Foehrenbach, Mildred A.
Frost, Celestia A.
Gall, Charlotte S.
Germer, Nlarian F.
Gerry, Helen S.
Gleason, Edith C.
Tapp, Gertrude E.
Von Horn, Agnes
Gould, Elizabeth E.
Granger, Mary S.
Graves, Lucy M.
Grippin, Jean B.
Grisbon, Rose M.
Gross, Clara C.
Hagar, Catherine M.
Hall, A. Verda
Hampton, Gertrude L.
Hardy, Sarah A.
Harman, hlarjorie G.
Henry, Dorothy A.
Hoag, DeEtta E.
Hoover, Anna E.
Horton, Elizabeth R.
Howard, Frances J.
Ireland, Cornelia D.
Johnson, Margaret AI.
Kimball. Marjorie D.
King, Helen E.
Knotek, Rose F.
Larkin, Eileen A.
Letteer, Yoto Z.
Lewis, Margaret Y.
Lownie, biarion A.
BI cC owen, Lucy M.
AIcKerman, Ellen B.
McMullin, Gertrude W.
Madamba, Josefina G.
Manor, Inez Alice
BIartin, Katherine L.
Masten, Lois E.
Milligan, Martha F.
Biistarka, Edith J.
iVIorgan, AIary E.
Bloshier, Helen G.
Muller, Philomena BI.
Mytton, Mary E.
Neish, Itlargaret A.
O,Brien M. Veronica
Pattison, Blay A.
Peters, Elizabeth T.
Pettee, Marguerite L.
Plimpton, Laurie J.
Wlebster, Sarah C.
WVhite, Helen R.
Wilcox, Marion L.
Wfilson, Jessie R.
VVing, Elizabeth G.
Wlolcott, Laaira A.
Prechtle, Phyllis J.
Proctor, Lois E.
Raynor, Dorothy E.
Rees, Elizabeth YV.
Reilly, Dorothy K.
Reynolds, Louise F.
Richards, Isabel M.
Ritter, Dorothy K.
Robbins, Marcia D.
Roberts, Winifred J.
Robinson, Katherine J.
Rodgers, Edythe A.
Roe, Nlildred E.
Rollins, Wlinifredx 'K
Rosinski, Anastasia A. f f
Rosser, Helen M.
Rowley, Gladys I. -
Schaad, Leonella Y. '
Schulcr, Frances S.
Schwab, Frances A.
Shannon, Olivia GJ
Smith, Gwendolyn B.
Sprott, Helen Bl.
Stowell, hlarion L.'
Sun, Diary ,
Swanson, Ann M.
Sweetland, Grace E.
Thiel, Rena F.
Thorn, Katherine F.
Tsao, Ching Wu
Ueberroth, Florence S.
'Walker, Blary E.
Waller, Cynthia D.
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