Emporia State University - Sunflower Yearbook (Emporia, KS)
- Class of 1918
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Old Building, your mission is endedg you are gone. But years from now, when
evanescent dreams come to us, sitting in Memory's dimly-lighted chamber, when the
faces of our college friends appear to us, accompanied by the sound of their half-for-
gotten voices, will come indistinctly, but finally, in mystic symmetry, the pleasing gut-
lines of your storied halls.
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Situated in the midst of a beautiful campus, reliant in the strength of newness and
adequateness, the new administration building stands. It was completed in 1917, and
is known as Plumb Memorial Hall, commemorating the splendid service of Preston B.
Plumb, whose valuable friendship has made K. S. N. grateful.
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"The Citadel of Study" is one of the best equipped school libraries in the state. 'It
is an exceedingly attractive building in exterior and interior. The building was com-
pleted in 1902, and named in honor of Lyman B. Kellogg, the first president of K. S. N.,
whose influence made the early history of the school a time of consistent progress. It
contains a reading room, reference department, stacks and lecture rooms, all equipped
for modern educational work.
. THE TRAINING SCHOOL
Here is where we "practice what we preach." The training school building was
completed in 1905, and is arranged especially for practice teaching. It contains ac-
commodations for the kindergarten and eight grades. It has good equipment, with
playroom, manual training, kindergarten kitchen and ample playgrounds.
The gym is one of the best equipped in the West. It is provirlerl with flressinpg
rooms. steel lockers, shower baths and swimming pools. It has three stories of large
floor space, equipped with the most modern gymnastic apparatus, large hasket ball
courts and exhibition room which will accommodate over two thousand spectators. May
those who come after us enjoy it as we have.
ALBERT TAYLOR HALL
Every Normal student knows of Albert Taylor, former presidentof K. S. N., be-
cause our splendid chapel auditorium is known as Albert Taylor Hall, to commemo-
rate his thoughtful efT'ort. Albert Taylor Hall is one of the most attractive and con-
venient auclitoriums in the state.
NoRToN SCIENCE HALL
The secrets of Nature are in danger of being disclosed in the laboratorie:-a of' science
hall, equipped with the best scientific apparatus obtainable. The building commemo-
rates the beneficial work of Henry B. Norton, first professor of natural science in K. S.
N. The museum is rich in specimens illustrative of natural life.
I THE CAFETERIA - p
In January, 1917, the state' legislature provided funds for a much-needed cafeteria
for K. S. N. The building, now in the process of construction, will be completed the
latter part of this year at a probable cost of S25,000. It will contain all the modern
equipment for model domestic science apartments, in addition to adequate space for ef-
ficient cafeteria service.
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A No one fails to locate Music Hall after a few minutes' time on K. S. N. campus, fm
sound travels rapidly. Our Music Hall is furnished with adequate equipment for teach-
ing piano, voice, stringed instruments and wind instruments.
THE HEATING PLANT
The power plant is a friend to all during the winter semester. It is equipped with
a modern battery of boilers, engine and generator, which furnishes heat and light for
all the buildings, as well as electric power for the blower-fan system of ventilation.
. Fortunately, the hospital is never crowded, but it is ever ready for the care of stu
dents who are ill. A competent trained nurse is in charge. Hundreds of K. S. N. stu
dents met here during the smallpox "frolic," this spring.
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CHARLES BURSCH .......... Emporia
Major-Psychology and Pedagogy.
Minor-Sociology and Economics.
Editor Bulletin, First Semester
FERN PYLE --------- ----- E mlporia
Maj or-Home Economics
MABLE E. KANE ...... Parsons, Kan.
President Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ion-
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KARL KAISER ---.--..-.--. Halstead
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football '17,
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FANNIE DxLsAvER ....... Athol, Kan.
Major-American History and
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Associate Editor Suniiower.
WILLIAM VALENTINE O'CONNELL--
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Major-American History and
Minor-Expression and Dramatics
Pi Kappa Delta, Dramatic Club, Glec
Club, History Club, Y. M. C. A.
ALICE Eixxss ........ ---Florence
VIRGINIA WILSON ----.---- Emporia
President Delta Sigma Epsilon, Ome-
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GEORGE STUBBS ------------ Dunlfw
Major-Psychology and Philosophy
'Varsity Football '17, Bulletin Staff,
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Major-English and Public Speak-
Phi Delta Delta, Pi Kappa Delta,
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Omega, Girls'
Glee Club, Gilson Players,
FRANCIS WELCH ..-.....-- Hao-tfofrd
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Football '14, '15,
'16 and '17, Basket Ball '16, '17
'and '18, Baseball '15, '16, '17,
'18, Gilson Players.
KATHERYN DoTs0N ---....-. Newton
Major-Public School Music
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Treble Clef
Accompanist, Chi Upsilon.
CLARENCE BAUGH --.--.--- Emporia
Maj or--Physics .
ADELLE SCHEER .... ---- T oyrclw
Theta Chi, Girls' Glee Club,
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Major-Agriculture ' I
Phi Sigma Epsilon
ALICE M. WILKS -.-....--- Emporia
SARAH BROWN- - - .... Calflwgll
GLEN SMITH .--------- Washington
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Glee Club,
President Y. M. C. A.
EVA G. RECTOR ----------- Emporia
Alice Freeman Palmer, Art Club,
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President Aweinon Camp Fire,
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FRED R. GIFFIN ------... Centerville
Major-American History and
Minor-Psychology and Philosophy
Pi Kappa Delta, Y. M. C. A.
JOSEPHINE QUINN -.-.- --- Elwood
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Chi Upsilon,
Treble Clef, Orchestra, Chorus.
HARRY JAMES ------------ Hartford
Major-Physics and Mathematics
Phi Delta Delta, Alpha Sigma Alpha,
Physics Club, Mathematics Club,
President Senior Class.
Bmnm L. RICH ----------- Emporia
Pi Kappa Sigma, Ionian, Mathemat-
ics Club, Representative to
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Major-Public Speaking and Eng-
Gilson Players, "Eager Heart,"
Athenian Debate Critic, Ameri-
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Club, Y. M. C. A.
Tl-IERESA B1-:A'rmcE Goonsm. --Colony
Girls' Glee Club, Mathematics Club,
Y. W. C. A.
ELIZABETH C. HASPER ..-.. Emporia
Art Club, Camp Fire Girls,
Y. W. C. A.
PERRY K. DUNN ........... Emporia
MARY WACHTER ---------- Emporia
Ionian, Y. W. C. A.
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Delta Sigma Epsilon, Omega, Physi-
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CHARLES M. RICHEY ....... Emporia
CARRIE BELLE MCGILL ------- Colony
HARRY H. BRowN -...----.-- Piqua
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Glee Club,
'Varsity Basket Ball.
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Minor-Music -' '
Spanish Club, German Club.
Enwlmn F. J Anus ---.... ---Wilson
Delphian Debating Society, Mathe-
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ALICE MALE1' HARR ------- Emporia
Minor-Physiology and Hygiene
GRACE Muscn -------------- Elmo
Girls' Glee Club, Physics Club,
Chorus, Y. W. C. A.
MARY BBRTSCHINGBR--- .--- Hope
Chorus, Y. W. C. A.
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Phi Delta Delta, Chi Upsilon, Treble
ESTHER M. JONES ---- ---Emporia
- Chi Upsilon, Theta Chi Theta,
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FRANK L. ROSTETTER ....... Emporia
' Agriculture 3
Minor-Physical Training Science
Kappa Sigma Epsilon,
Football, '15, '16, '17.
MADGE M. ROSTETTER ..-... Emporia
Omega, Gilson Players.
Lo1"r1E L. HENLINE ........ Ai-Icalon
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Major-American History and
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EDITH SAMUELSON -.-....... Axtell
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President Alice Freeman Palmer
OLIVE Russ -------------- Emporia
HARLEY J. WALDRON .---.- Emporia
Major-History and Government
Minor-Psychology and Philosophy
Glee Club, Y. M. C. A.
RAMONA MILLER ------ Council Grum-
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Phi Delta Delta.
WALTER HUNT .....--..- Pleasanton
SUI-1 M. Ni:sB1'rT .-....... Burlington
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Ionian, Girls'
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ROY HUNT ----.-..-......- Nurlm.
Major-Psychology and Philosophy
Minor-Economics and Sociology
Alpha Sigma Alpha, Tennis,
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet.
HAZEL M. HOWARD ........ Empoirm
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President Latin Club, Y. W. C. A.
LENA P. MONROPI--- ---Ihnporiu
Gilson Players, Modern Language
Club, Chorus, Y. W. C. A.
LLOYD SHARP ........ ..-..CnrImndalv
Football '15, '16, Captain '17, Truck
'16, '17, Manager '18, K. Club,
Glee Club '17, President '18,
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Trous-
urer, Alumni Council.
IVALUB THOMPSON ..-- ---lI'ichim
Latin Club, Y. W. C. A.
ALLISON RAMAGE ..... ---Punmnn
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Rum HOWELL -.-----.. Virgil,
President Junior Class,
Y. W. C. A.
Kappa Sigma Epsilon.
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Ionian, Vice-
FLoYD Romcx .......... Lebo, Kan.
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Pi Kappa
Delta, Cheerleader, Glee Club.
MARJORIE DILLY ......... Alta Vista
Sigma Literary, Physical Train-
NEALE AKERS .---.--....- Emporia '
FRANCES I. MISNER .-.--. Dodge City
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Y. W. C. A.
MARY ELIZABETH MEYERS ..-..-..
Secretary of Junior Class, Sig-
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Phi Sigma Epsilon, Business Man-
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MARIE WODE ---- .--- E m porin
MAX KLEIN ....-.......... Glasco
Kappa Sigma Epsilon, 'Varsity
MABEL ROWLAND ------- Hutchi11so11
CLARENCE L. CROSS ----.--- Emporia
Alpha Sigma Alpha, C. of E.
Debate, Physics Club, Presi-
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GLENN KOHLSTRUP --.... Fall River
Physics Club, Mathematics Club,
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President Junior Class, Busi-
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Sigma Epsilon, Track.
RUTH MooRE MILLER .... Decatur, Ill.
Sigma Sigma Sigma, Sigma
EDNA COLEMAN .......... Emporia
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Omega,
Y. W. C. A.
HARRY SCOTT ---- --- Parsons
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Life Certificate and Kindergarten
Sigma Sigma Sigma. Kindergarten
Club, Sunflower Staff, Student-
Conncil Representative, lfm-
, lan Literary Society
ELSIE F. DEMING --------- Anthony
Sigma Sigma Sigma. Pan-Hellenic.
Physical Training Club. Central
Committee. Ionian Literary
Society. Y. W. C. A.
ERMA BROWN -------- ---- E mpofria
Pl Kappa Sigma.
Alpha Sigma Alpha. Varsity
RUTH ELDRED ----.---.... Emporia
MARCELLA M. HANscoME--Law1-ence
Life Certificate, Kindergarten Prn-
Sigma Sigma Sigma. Ionian Liter-
ary Soclety. Kindergarten Cluh.
IVETTA HURS1' -------- Independence
Life Certiflcate and Kindergarten
Y. XV. C. A.. Kindergarten Club, Phi
ESTHER Russm. .....--... Stafford
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EDITH R. THOMAS --------- Emporia
BIRDINE BELLE HAMLIN ---- Emjloriu
Glrls' Basket Ball, Pl Kappa Sigma.
BERT!-IA GOOD ..-..---.--- Evnprwiu
CRYSTAL RoLLow- ....-... Hill City
Pl Kappa Sigma Snrnrlty, Y. WV. C.
A.. Camp Flre Girls.
LUCY MAY W1NnE'r'r .-.... Qucncmo
Llfc Cr-rtlrlcalo and Grade
Major-Grade, Y. XV. C. .L
RUTH FERGUSON ----- Graznola, Olcla.
Llfv Certlllc-ate and Primary Pru-
Y. XV. C. A.. Story Tolllm: Ulnh.
.Xmvrlran History Club.
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Life Certificate and Proflclency.
Girls' Glee Club, Y. W. C. A., History
Club, Story Telling Club, New-
man Club CPref-xldentl.
HAROLD EDMUNDS ..-..-.. Emporia
BERNICE LEDNICKY ------ ---E'U67'68t
MINNIE JONES --------- Emporia
Y. XV. C. A.. Modern Language Club.
HELEN MARIE Coox -.--.- Cojeyville
Lois B. RAYMOND ..-.. Long Island
Y. XV. C. A.. Story Telling Club.
HORACE A. KERSEY---Quenemo, Kan.
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Alice Freeman Palmer, Physlcal
'l'rainlng Cluh. Delta Slgma Epsi-
lon. Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet.
ANNA T. WILLIS ----.---. Emporia.
Life Certillcate and Kindergarten
Girls' Glee Cluh.
DAVID KERR ---....-....- Eskridgc
Football, Baseball, Kappa Sigma Ep-
silon, Sopllumorc- Vlce-Presldent
MAE GALUTIA -----.---- Alma, Kan.
Sigma Literary Society.
MATTIE WAGLER ---------- Fredonia
ELIZABETH RANSOM---J2LTl.CC'i07L City
Omega. Llterary Society. Kindergar-
ten Cluh. Story Telling Club.
LUCILE OLIPHANT ---- A7'kfL1lSa8 City
Major-Special Methods and
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HAZEL I. BROWN ......... Emporia
Alpha Sigma. Alpha, Physical Train-
ing Club, Girls' Basket Ball.
MYRTLE KEYS ..-....-.. Hutchinson
Sigma Literary Society, Theta Chl
Theta Sorority, Pan-Hellenic,
Y. W. C. A.
ARTHUR E5 TRAXLER ....--- Emporia,
Major-History and Government.
Y. M. C. A., European History Club.
ELIZABETH TOPPING ....... Emporio
ZANA MARIE MADDEN ----.- Hugoton
MATILDA Norms ---------- -E'm1w1'iu
Life Certificate and Proficiency.
Y. W. C. A., Kindergarten Club.
KATHRYN LEAMER ..-.-- Onayfl, Kfm-
Llfe Certificate and Primary
Y. W. C. A., Phi Zeta Sorority.
American History Club.
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Slgma. Delta Sigma lip:-mllan.
BI-:ss L. DARRAH ........ McPherson
Life Corllllcato and Kindergarten
Klmlorgartc-n Cluh. Sigma Sigma
LAWRENCE WORKMAN ------ Emporia
Stmlmlt Council Re-prvsvntatlve,
'Varsity Ba:-lk:-I Ball. Kappa
RUTH VIRGINIA WOOD --.-.. Anthony
Illfo Certlflr-ato and Primary
Pl Kappa Sigma Sorority. lnnlan
Lltvrary Society. Story 'Pclling
CLARA BARBEN -.-.-- Fairview, Kun.
l.il'e Cortlllc-atc and Primary
Y. XV. C. A., Hlstury Club. Sigma
RETA MARLEY ..-..- Wellsvillc, Kun.
CLARA V. ARD ------- Elsinore, Kun.
Y. XV. C. A.
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Y. 'vV. C. A.
J oy MCAULEY --------------
W Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority. Ion-
. ian Literary Society, Kinder-
LAILA Sco'rT ....-. Kansas City, Mo.
History Club, Story Telling Club,
. Omega Literary Society, Delta
NEVA HAZEL HART ..-.. Minneapolis
GERTRUDE WHITE ..---. -Hutchinson
FENIMORE COOPER --------- Fai'rv'iew
RHODA ROWLAND ..-.... Q-Emporia
Modern Language Club. American
History Club. Sigma Literary So-
MAE E. KEYS ---.-..... Winchester
Life Certificate and Kindergarten
Y. W. C. A., Kindergarten Club.
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ELEANOR PYLE ---.------ A inericys ,
Story Telling Club.
LLOYD Lrmov COLEMAN---Overbrook
LUZENA MARSHALL ......... Liberty
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BEULAH LOWER ---------- Hltlllbvlclt
Life Certiflcute and Primary Pru-
Phi Zeta. Story Telling Club.
EDITH CARLISLE ---------- Emporia
Alice Free-man Palmer. .Kmorlr-an
TRILLEY Rocsns .......... Mm-idea
Physical Tralnlng Club.
NINA Monms ..-....- Minden, Nebr.
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RUTH 0'KEEFE -------- .... D ighton
Life Certlflcate and Proficiency.
Sigma Sigma Sigma. Girls' Glee
Club. Physical Training Club,
Girls' Basket Ball.
' NIAISIE A. HOYT ------ Arkrmsas City
Plnyslcfal Training Club, Theta Chl
Theta Sorority, Y. XV. C. A.
MILDRED EDWARDS -------- E'HIf1l07'ilL
Life Cortlflcate and Primary
Y. W. C. A.
Mmm HOWELL .--.......... Topeka
I.lfc Cvrtlllcato and Klndorgurten
Slgma Sigma Sigma Sm-nrlty. lnnlnn
Lltvrary Society. Kindergarten
SARAH POPE --------.---- Winfleld
Theta Chl Theta, Omega.
THIQLMA XVALLS ----------- Parsons
Sixrma Sigma Sigma. Innlan Literary
Society. Physical 'Fralnlng Club,
Y. W. C. A.. Basket Ball.
MARIE Coox ---------- - -Cojfeyville
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Onwlrn. D1-Ita Slgmu I-Ipsilun. Story
EDITH GRINTER ----- - - -Kansas Cify
PAUL M. Room ......N.... Esl.-ridge
ESTHLLE GRIESINGER ....... .4nlhony
Lifo f'.-rlitlr-auto und l'rIm:n'y
ANNA BULMER ..... Michigan Valley
MARIE WOODSIDE ------- Cn rlmmlnlf'
HELEN AGN!-:s BEANS---IVllifPIl'flf!'I'
Lifr- U1-l'ti!ivatv and Kimlerg:u'tv'n
CATHERINE LINHEART ...--... Irving
Newman Club. European History
GLADYS STUART .......... Amee-icus
MILDRED Woobs ..-....-.... Hydro
VERA' OKESON ---........ Fawuiew
Life Certificate and Kindergarten
Pi Kappa Sigma, Ionlnn Literary
Society. Kindergarten Club.
Delta Sigma Epsilon, Girls' Basket
Ball, Physical Trn.lning Club,
Y. XV. Cabinet.
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Top Row: Grant, Carter, Jacobs, Weaver, Smith, Johnson, Harder.
Jllirldlv Razr: Gurthers, Crawl'orcl, Smith, Cowan, Bushore, Wellborn.
Lower Roux' Taylor, lVICD81'lll8t', Longshore, Dissinger, Wilson, Gregory, Clark.
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Top Row: Hudson, Bacon.
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JOSEPH E. BOYLE -.--... Bennington
Presidvut Souior Class, First Somoa-
ter: President Normal Mzlsques. "'l'wi1:.'
ni' 'l'lwru:" Senior Play. C. S. Club,
Atlxeniuns. Vice-president Civics
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'l'eum. Suullowm' Stuff,
4 Y' EDITH WILSON --------- Strong City
KATHRYN Hm'H1cRxNc'1'oN.. - -Emporia
WALLACE MAXWELI. -------- CfL'I'lCl07l
CLIFFORD LELAND ANTLE-lffs'c'le1', Mn.
ESTHER L. NELSON-- --.- Herington
. Vivo--president Atlmuluus, Sc-cond
- Somester: Normal Masques. Civics
l Club, Sunflowm' Stuff.
GERALDINE NOFFSINGER---Fall Rivel'
AUIOIHIIIIS, Normal Masques.
R. S. Club.
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President C. S. Club: Captain H. S.
Basket Ball Team, 1916-'17, '17-'16:
Assistant Business Manager Sun-
flower. Executive Committee
Senior Class. "Twig of 'l'horn."
Normal Masoues. Civics
GLADYS WxLsoN ..-..---.. Emporia
Secretary and Treasurer R. S. Club.
Normal Masoues. "Twig of 'l'lmrn."
REBECCA Amvloun ......... Emporia
DWIGHT TURKLE ------- ---Emporia
C. S. Club. K. S. N. Glee Club.
Latin Club, Chorus.
GRANTEN E. Sowizn ..-..---.. Elmo
C. S. Club. H. S. Y. M. C. A.. Normal
Rand. Freshman Football 'l'1'ilm.
TESSIE E. LITCHFIELD ----- Rajfmoucl
Athonlans. Normal Mnsqucs. "'l'wl1.:
of Thorn." R. S, Club,
CARL Glu. .------- -------- - Sylvia
GERALDINE Noi-'I-'smcl-:n---Fall River
Athenlnn, Normal Masques, R. S.
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Y. W. c. s. Girls' Glee Club:
Atllenians. Civics Club.
ALVIN 0. WENDLAND ....... Winkler
Vlcv-prvsldent Y. M. C. A.. Normal
Musques. Athenlans. C. S. Club,
NORMA MORRIS -....-. Minden, Nebr.
RAY MANLEY ---..- Diamond Springs
Alllcnlnns. Y. M. C. A., C. S. Club.
GRETA WALTHALL ---........ Healy
. Y. W. C. A., H. S. Girls' Glee Club,
JOSEPH W. DUER ---------- ZENITH
Athonluns, C. S. Club, N. H. S.
Basket Bull Team.
IRENE HERSHEY .---.------- Milton
Atlmninns, Y. NV. C. A. Cabinet. Sec-
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LAURA DALE WISE---L02L1:Sb2L7'g, Kan.
Athcnlnns. Y. W. C. A., R. S. Club.
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Basket Bull Team: C. S. Club. Clvlqg .
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CLARA HAMMOND -.---- Lamar, Colo.
President of R. S. Cluh. Normal
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BERTHA NEWCOMER -.-..--- Emporia
IRVEN Ross CALKINS ..-- Olivet, Kan.
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DAVID DoNALDsoN -...... L-Empor-ia
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Civics Club. Chorus.
MINNIE S. NELSON ---------- -Allen
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Clvlcs Club, 'Y. XV. C. A.
F ANCIS E. BUCK --------- Emporia
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This year, as a worthy successor of the Senate, appears the American History and
Government Club. It is an organization of alllstudents in the History and,Government
Department who desire to be well informed and progressive.
Probably the greatest achievement of the year for the Club was the staging of a
huge patriotic pageant on October 19. The pageant, "The Spirit of America," was
given with the idea of encouraging intelligent patriotism. It depicted all arts, profes-
sions and industries as being inspired by The Spirit of America, and the Goddess of
Wisdom to answer the call of Loyalty. A small admission fee was charged, and the
money thus raised was set aside for the purpose of furnishing a cooperative house for
girls attending the Normal School.
William Allen White was secured by the Club to tell of his trip through the war
zone in Europe, as a special government representative, to inspect the work of the Red
Cross. Clarence Baugh, who has taught in the Philippines, entertained the club one
evening, by telling of the strange customs of the natives there, and showing an inter-
esting collection he made while there.
The program for the second semester consisted of a series of addresses on war
topics. The following topics were discussed: "The European Background of the
War," by Prof. 'Pelagius Williamsg "German Philosophy," by President Butcherg
"Why We Are at War," by W. E. Myerg "Changes of Government Due to the War,"
by J. C. DeVossg "Financing the War," by F. C. Newmang "Labor and the War," by
Prof. W. R. Smithg "Education and the War," by L. R. Edminster.
President ........... PERRY I-IITCHENS Miss Mary A, Whitney
Vice-President ------------ JOHN RUFI W- E. Myer
Sec1'etm'y and Tv'ca,sm'cv' ---..-. . - - i I
- ------n------ KATHRYN LEAMER Miss Maude E. MIHTONV
Sergeant-at-Arms ------ JAMES Bunscn L. R. Edminster
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Top Ron" Traxler, Bowman, Linheart, Voth, Murdock, Armour, Clayton.
.lliflrllc Row: Griffith, Pringle, Payne, Bushaw, Dilly, Geelan.
LOIl'l'I' How: Waldron, Cassler, Richmond, Williams fSponsorj, Van Osdel, llaviu
ALICE FREEMAN PALMER
Top Row: Pringle, Griffith, Pringle, Payne, Waldron, Morgan, Rector.
' " C rtiss, Buckles, Reynolds, Keeran fSponSorl, Balsmeyer, Inskeep, Adamq
Jluldle Ron . u
Lower Row: Monroe, McAuley, Carlisle, Samuelson, Marley, Gross, Armour,
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Hogue, Prof. Kellar.
.Wirldlc Row: Whitted, Marley, Ricker, Brown, Williams, Sonberg, McGill, Hukil, Davis,
Bottonz, Ro'u': Maple, Myer, Buckles, James, Miller, Bziugh, Muir, Miss Hansen.
Top Row: Flynn, McCrory, Holm, Turkle, Duer, Bean, Black QSponsorJ.
Middle Row: Scheer, Godsey, Stannard, Murdock, Henline, Ward, Davis.
Lower Row: Holtz CSponsorQ, Dixon, Thompson, Bertschinger, Wode, Miller, Wallace.
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.llirlrllv Row: Bowman, Dilsuvcr, Gilson, Bauman, XVQICI1,
liulfmn Run-: Bryan, Monroe, Koontz, Anderson, Sccvers,
' STORY TELLING CLUI3
I' ioncl Menclcll Scott Gzxlutia, Pierce, Ilcccl, FCl'gCl'S0l1, Glugscl,
Top 1f0Il'.' .uyn . , ,
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I,vu'vr Row: Pope, Graves. Tracy, Pyle, Winnzzrd, Phillips, Lower, Cowan.
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Middle Row Ellis, Pratt, Morrow, Epting, Jenkins
Lower Row: McDermott, Sipes, Miss Alder, Dewitt, Yeager, Comegy.
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The Kindergarten Club was organized for the intelligent cooperation of those stu-
dents who have chosen kindergarten work as their special line of effort. It has endeav-
ored, through its meetings and general induence, to secure a definite solution to the
many problems which confront the teacher of kindergarten classes.
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Top Row: Noyes, Morgan, McNichol, Ransom, Darrah.
Miclclle Row: Keys, Swensin, Waldron, Akers, Smith, Roberts.
Lower Row: Ball, Beans, Bingham, Hurst, Scott, Cowie.
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THE NORMAL MASQUES
"The Twig ofThorr1"
NCSS9- Teig ----------- ----- - Clara Hammond
Maurya, her Neighbor .... -Tcszsic Litchfield
Oonah -------------- ---- G ladyg Wilson
Aengus Arann-.--- -.... ..---J0e Bovle
Aileel -------- David Donaldgon
Father Brian --- - .... Otis Whitclv
A Faery Child ------------------------. ..-Mildred Spence
Neighbors: Florence Woodward, Ruby Smyth, Paul Knight,
Ellsworth Dent, Ernest Cunningham.
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Top Razr: H. Spence, Smith, Hooper, Troll, Hammond fP1'CSiClCl1tD, Wise.
Middle Row: Wilson, McCullough, Brookover fSponsorJ, Leitchfield, Travis, Shank, M.
Imzffw' Rozv: Noflsinger, Woodard, Sanders, Olsop. N ' S
C. S. CLUB
Top 11?Ull'.' McConnell, Boyle, Whitely, Boyles, Adams, Dent.
Middlv liozr: Agrelius, Turkle, Maxwell, Minrow, QSponso1'J, Cunningham, Knight,
linftom Row: Donaldson, Buck, Duer, Calkins, Frederickson, M. Wendland.
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HIGH SCHOOL Y. W. C. A. CABINET
Top Row: Hershey, Owen, Baumer, Triplett.
I,ou'vr Iim1'.' Stevens, Hess, Spence, fP1'esident5 Lloyd
HIGH SCHOOL Y. M. C. A. CABINET
Sowers, Manley, Dent, Buck, Tolin, Wendland.
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Top Row: Lyness, McCa1'te1', Reed, Samuelson, Davis, Kirkcndall.
Iiuzvm' Razr: McPherson, Hess, Inskccp, Barbell, CoIl'm:1n, Rector.
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Hufi, Sharp, Lewis, Smith, Tolin, Waldron, Baugh, Hunt, McIntosh
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Top Row: Wachter, Howell, Walls, Jones, White, Kane.
Middle Row: M. Howell, Howard, Conrad, Waynick, Lewis, Meyers,
Lower Row: Morrison, 1Sponso1'l, Nesbit, Hanscome, Unruh, Okeson, Murrisonl
First Semester Second Semester
MABEL KANE ......... ---- P resident ------ ---. .... - S UE NESBH.
Vice-Presiclent U-EFF-IE CONRAD
MARY WACHTER- - -
HAZEL HOWARD ...-.. - - -
THELMA WALLs--- --
- - - -RUIE HowELL
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Mns. ALETHA COFFMAN
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Top Razr: Wendland, Frederickson, Duer, Hershey, Calkins, Cuvenaugll.
.lliddla Row: Buck, Owen, Nelson, Litchfield, Wise, Calrpenter, Boyles.
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Mirldlc Row: Leimer, Dutton, Leimer, Madden.
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Miclclle Row: I-Iowe,C0W21I1, McD01'm0 v ' ' f
Lowcfr Row: Pope, McEvoy, 0
H wat fSponsorJ, Quinn, Rostctter, Reed, Askew fSpon-
SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY
Top Row. Phillips Neiderlandel., Kobel, Neusbaum, Lyness, Davis, Fisher, Orsborne,
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National Camp Fire Girls, Founded 1912
Aweinon Camp, Orgzmizcd 1915
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Top Row: McGill, Keller, Porterfield, Nelson, Goodell, Norton, Mendell, Spraul.
Middle Row: Neiderlander, Wellborn, McAuley, Marley, Harlan fBusiness Managerj,
Musch, Gee, Bisby, Nelson.
Lower Row: Kobel, Nesbit, Seevers, O'Keefe, Gamble fDirecto1'J, Harris, Dissinger,
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MAB!-IL IJ. BIUIZRISON, 4'1CL'UIII1Ifl7lfSf
HARRY IHURRISON, lim-itfmv
IVAN I'IOSTliTLl'IR, Ifwulvr
CLAR1-:NCR DISSINGI-IR, Viulin
Lows FARNSWORTH, Sn..-nplmnv
LLOYD SHARP, Manager
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The Eclitor-in-Chief The Business fUlLl'Lll!ll!'l'
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DELTA SIGMA EPSILON
d at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
Established, K. S. N., 1917.
Sonom'-:s IN FACULTATE
.Iohnie Mae Graves Cora Parker
Soaomcs IN COLLEGIA
Florence Van Osdal
Sponsor, Miss Annabel Newton.
Patroncxscs, Mrs. F. L. Gilson, Mrs.
Ruth I. Miller
W. S. Monroe.
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Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority
Janet Atkinson, President
Irma Brown, Vice-President
Margaret Ramseyer, Secretary
Mary Lewis, Treasurer
Harriet Hover, Chaplain
Maude Barrigar, Registrar
Rebecca Ott, Librarian
Hazel Brown, Historian
Iss CATHERINE STROUSE, Faculty Adviser
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RUTH MA.TOR ---
DOROTHEA BANG- - - -
MARIE GowER --
HONORARY MUSIC SORORITY
Fmmdecl 1917 at K. S. N.
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Lower Row: Hunter, Rufi, Major.
Phi Delta Delta
SENIOR HONORARY FRATERNITY
Membership in the Phi Delta Delta is limited to seniors, graduates and faculty
members of the Kansas State Normal. Seniors are elected from those whose average
I-allk is in the first fourth of the graduating class, though his average scholarship is
the lowest of this group, may be elected to membership in Phi Delta Delta because of
superiority of character, professional interest, leadership in teaching or social quali-
ties. No more than 10 per cent of any senior class may be elected to membership
MEMBERS ELECTED FROM CLASS or 1917
LeRoy Bradfield Benjamin H. McIntosh
Clifford J. Hall Albert Earl Woodruff
Brunetta May Jimison Alice Throckmm-ton
Top Row: Brown, Hogue, Bowman, McIntosh. '
Middle Hmv: Waldron, Hunt, Smith, Cross, Bursch.
Hallam Row: Prof. DcVoss lSeni01' Sponsorj, Prof. Meyer fJUlll01' Sponsorl, James,
Alpha Sigma Alpha Fraternity
Willa lllc Colors:
Calvin Van llillllpell
Ben H. McIntosh
Prof. J. C. DeVoss
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- Nnfiorml Honorary Forensic l7l'll.fC'l'Hif.7j
Pi Kappa Delta was organized in K. S. N., in 1917. Ever since then K, S, N, has
taken a greater interest in forensic contests. Last year her representatives were for-
tunate in winning high honors in every contest which they entered. Although contests
have been fewer this year, Pi Kappa Delta is still Hourishing in K. S. N., through hm.
representatives, and every prospect is bright for a most successful future.
PROF. F. L. G1Ls0N, Sponsor En Rmzs
FLOYD Romcx JAM!-:s Bunscn
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'COACH H. W. HARGISS
Su,pc1'viso1' of Mewfs 'Athletics
Miss HELEN TAYLOR
Acting Head of Department of
W0l7Il?H,,S Physical E'cl1lcz1.t1'on
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"Bobbie," manager and acting captain of this yeaz-'s team, made an nan-State
guard," and probably this man will be missed when the roll is called for the team of 1913
"Tubbie " captain-elect and "all-state tackle " has caused manv Norm 1
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leap with Joy by his brilliant, dashing, smashing plays. a S u ents to
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FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1918
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"Fin" was in the game. He played th , .
n on the K. S. N. gridiron for some years. e most bmi
The crowd always knew when
liant, dependable game see
f the solid spots in the line, was always dependable in helping
Karl Kaiser, one o
break up the opponents' play through the center.
"Bill" Frazier played steadily at center throughout the season and hiq defengiv
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work was always as dependable as his offenslve.
" ' " Wo kman a "lean, long, langthy fellow," with still longer amps plave
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l ce he could encircle his opponent for a loss behmcl
tackle or guard, and from either p a
the line. '
lf b ck who developed early in the season the art of nhittin,
".Iawn" Nanninga, ha - a ,
'em" hard, was always good for a gain when called.
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"Deacon" Kerr, a man built along extreme lines, could always give a good account
of himself at guard, and was never a bit bashful at meeting his opponent in mid-field.
Harry Brandt, half-back, was the smallest man on the team, but one of the hardest
men to stop when given the ball. '
"Stubby" Stubbs, performer at end, was always there with both fists, and teeth
clenched, ready for the fight.
Ralph Cremer, end, was always there with the determination and fight to help
"lick" the other team, and next year should find this man performing for us again.
"Max" Klein, a hard-playing half-back, always in- the game, but best on defense,
probably will not be back next year.
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"Fran" is one-of the veteran players, who did his last "bit" for K, S N football
against C. of E., last Thanksgiving Day.
"Mike," the "fighting'st" man on this year's team, has played three years for K S
N., and, whether at center or at end, he was always feared by his opponents ' '
t ran end and "forward pass catcher," has been performing
"Chuck" Rehm, ve e
the Normal athletic field for three successive years, and may be back nert year
" t "Xmas Holly" but "Holly," tackle, and half-back probably played hi
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best game when he helped wallop C. of E., Thanksgiving Day,
"Robbie" has played two years on our team, and next year he should make one f
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These Freshmen youngsters showed the 'Varsity fellows how to play lots of times.
ln the daily scrinnnages time after time their consistent plunges buckled the veterans'
clown to "best efforts." And when they met their opponents in exhibition contests, their
charges always told. A "poppy" bunch, coached by a real live wire,
these fellows won their share of pipgskin scalps.
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was in the wrong place. HiS flbilltli to hll
the basket saved the day for lx. S. N. more
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ents it doesn't take years of experience to
make a basket ball player.
"Fran" played the game of "off again, on
again" this year, but his "on" times showed
he still knows how to play basket ball.
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Finley was everywhere all of thc time.
Always playing a whirlwind game, he was
mighty hard to hold.
Strickler was always playing the game
Brown "came back" fine this year, and
proved that he still had championship metal
in him. A heady player.
fast and squarely. A good sport and a
mighty dependable fellow.
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K. S. N. clicln't have a state championship basket ball team this year. We thought
it was time to pass the prizes around. But every fellow played every game with 11
spirit and vim equal to any championship metal in the game. The fellows played real
basket ball, too, and always went in determined to play their best. Here's to the bas-
ket ball squad, K. S. N., 1918!
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Here's a real team. When they wanted to, they could carry the 'Varsity any place
they wanted them. Coach Bill has some keen bidders here for next year's 'Varsity five.
Dillon's work was always the wonder of the side liners, and the whole bunch showed
the "natives" that a gang' of Freshmen could play like "old-timers,"
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Coach "Bill" started the season with a bunch of raw recruits, and only a very few
veterans, but we had a team we wercn't ashamed of when K. U. came down, and we
held them to a tie. The squad has worked faithfully and consistently, and has rcalizcrl
that it takes more than a day to make a baseball player. We have a bunch of enthu-
siastic fans, who always appear to see K. S. N. players interpret Al1161'lCZ1,S national
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FRAN lVI'Il.K'!l, 7'l1ia'f1l2nm'.
A senior and zz veteran on
the southeast sack. A good
fielder, base runner and hit-
terg we will miss him next
FRANK S'r1:1cxu,1-zu, Firsl
llzmw. A sophomore, best
hitter on the team, good arm
and excellent fielder. Will
be 11 star next year.
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Iiasv. A Senior. A mighty
fine baseball player. Best
fielder on team. A mighty
fine athlete, who has had
hard luck in playing. This
is the first year injuries have
not handicapped him.
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EARL DEAN, Slmrlsfop. A
Freshman. Looks like a star
that will shine. A fine fielder
and a natural hitter. We ex-
pect greut things from him
LAWRENCE WORKMAN, Cen-
ter Field. Fine Helder and
fair hitter. Lawrence is a
sophomore and should be-
come a fine ball player. He is
captain-elect of basket ball.
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DAVE KERR, Riglzl Fivlfl.
A Junior. We heard of Dave
in football. In baseball, a
splendid fielder and a dan-
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SAM FRASER, Left Field.
A Freshman. Sam played
excellent baseball, and was
a fine fielder. Sam now is in
the government, and says
his next ball game is going
to be in the Kaiser's front
MAX KLEIN. Pilclwr. A
Junior. Max is an excellent
all-round baseball many and
when not pitching, he
worked in the outfield. Max
also has joined the colors
and will play the game in
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A Freshman. Dissy will be
a regular next year. He can
play in either outfield or in-
field, and has been a most
valuable player to the team.
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er. "Tubby" spent most of
his time in' track, but helped
out occasionally in baseball.
Jim is a good fielder and a
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Uncle Sum now employs most of K. S. N's. famous truck team, so Coach "Bill" had
to manufacture ll new one this season. Since truck wo1'k has been necessarily light this
year, und very few meets available, we have not had the opportunity uctuullv to test
the best this bunch of fellows can do, but we're bettin 1
look like winners, don't they?
g on tiem every time. They
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ROL RAYMOND has been a
member of the track teams
for the past three years, but
did his best this year in the
440, relay and 220 hurdles.
He is a Junior and should
win for us next year.
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EARL LEWIS has run the
440, half-mile and relay. In
all these events he excells
and was one of the most dc-
pendable winners on this
year's team. He probably
will be back next year, and,
look out, records.
CLARK worked faithfully
and is a good track athlete,
yet was barred from winning
points on account of the
Freshman rule. Next year
watch him win in the pole
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proved that careful and con-
scientious training are val-
uable and most important in
track. By hard work he has
done well and turned many
points for the win column in
the 2-mile and the mile. He
also was a consistent broad
JOHN NANNLNUA was well
introduced in the football
season. He has done equal-
ly well in track. The high
hurdles are "Nanny's," but
he could also win in the
Sprints and relay. Great
things are expected from this
silent athlete next year.
COOK is one of the most
promising athletes in school.
He came in lateg however,
he was able to do excellent
work in the sprints, low
hurdles and relay. Next
year he will be a star.
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GLEN MCPHERON did fine
work during the time he was
in school. He was compelled
to leave for home before the
end of the season. His
events were the 2-mile and
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MEYER has been a hard,
consistent worker and, for
his first year in track, has
done well. He ran the mile
and 2-mile, and won points
when they were most need-
ed. He will do even better
GLEN SMITH was a con-
sistent worker, and was the
best in the high jump. He
also did good work in the
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promising Freshman in the
Sprints and relay. He will
make an excellent man for
next year's team.
DAVE DONALDSON is a
Freshman, and was not able
to compete on the 'Varsity.
Next year, watch him win in
the quarter and half mile.
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Athletics: for women has reached 11 high point ol' excellency in K. S. N.. Equipped
with one of the finest gymnusiums in the West, and hiring a number of the best ath-
letic supervisors obtainable, K. S. N. offers unusual opportunities in gymnasium work
of all kinds to women. Swimming, dancing, sports and games of all kinds are ax part
of the regular course. A splendid hockey held is situated on the athletic field, where
the girls enjoy hockey playing three times a week.
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Girls' Basket Ball
This year ended one of the most suc-
cessful girls' basket ball seasons that K.
S. N. has ever known. Practice began
with the usual interest, and a good
squad, made up by the following' girls:
Mable Kane, captain, Thelma Walls,
Ruth O'Kcefe, Erma Brown, Mabel
Harr, Hazel Brown, Lois Koontz, Flor-
ence VanOsclal, Meda McCa1'ter, Marie
Horr, Berdine Hamlin, Christine Mc-
Pherson, Lavine Wallace, Opal Horr,
Merl Smith and Maude Barrigar, man-
Feb. 16-K. S. N
Feb. 23-K. S. N
March 2-K. S. N
March 8-K. S. N
March 15-K. S. N
March 25-K. S. N
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Top Row: Stewart, Barrigar, Harr, Hoyt, Walls, Smith, Grinter, Dilly.
Middle Row: Koontz, McPherson, Brown, M. Harr, O'Keefe, Blair, Lewis, Waynick,
Lower Row: Brown, E. Inskeep, Taylor lSponsorJ, Vestal fSponsorJ, McCullough
CSponsorJ, Deming, White.
Girls' Physical Training Club
ELSIE DEMING .......... - ...- ---- .-...... I ' resident
MABEL HARR ..-.....-- - ---Vice-P-resident
CHRISTINE MCPHERSON--- ------ Tfreusureo'
ERMA BROWN ---....... ---- S ec:-emi-y
The Physical Training Club, although a young one, is a strong one. It was organ-
- ized in 1916 with a membership of twenty-six girls, who were specializing or majoring
in physical training. This year the membership has increased to thirty-two.
The aim of the Physical Training Club is to bring the physical training girls into
closer relationship with each other, and to find what other schools are doing in Physi-
This year, since the demand for surgical dressings is so great, the girls spend two
hours each week at that work.
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Girls' Basket Ball Yell
Humpty-Dumpty sat on the wall,
Humpty-Humpty had ax great full,
So easy, so easy, you get the bull, you know,
And give it u gentle throwg
So easy, so easy.
At the Normal it was ever so,
Ever, ever so.
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What Would Happen, lf-
Eilccn Ellis would quit her baby talk?
Ruth had no pep?
Elizabeth turned against Cthcl Kaiser?
Harry Scott had a date?
Adin Finley lost his fatal beauty?
Cy gave butter with a ham sandwich?
Bill O'Connell forgot to whirl his dancing partner?
Doctor Triplett forgot his standard line of jokes?
Chuck Rehm lost his taste for Brown?
Miss Vestal were not pursued by at least six crushes?
McChesney came to class without his chewing gum?
Perry ceased to worship at the shrine of beauty?
Miss Beye should remain unexcited?
M. A. Whitney's date rules were kept?
Eleven-thirty classes were let out on time?
Little Miss Whitney would become sharp?
Eddie Faler should run out of gasoline?
Joe and Nell missed their daily library date?
John Itufi talked to the same girl twice?
Farney knew two selections on Ruth Walden went to a class?
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Marjorie Scales were hard to la? halfilqhzl lawfzgfisnt rllwdys
get acquainted with? '
Harry Brown should forget his C0325 Sjrfiiiimlgsffffhc Smile
Lucile Oliphant forgot herself?
Lee Jones should diet?
The Seniors should agree as to Prgiiehisr lggilsm? met every one
when they should wear their C asses'
CGPS and gowns? Marcella Hanscome should for-
Bob Hamilton forgot 'Liza get her Importance?
-THUG? Miss Gridley should smile?
"Tubby" forgot the gentle art The Tri Sigs didn't "own" the
of bluffmg? phi Sigs?
Miss Shore began to kid the
boys in the library?
Doctor Monroe really would
scare someone to death?
Doctor Smith forgot his social-
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The Alpha Sigs had an 8:30
Professor Richardson should
keep his classes awake?
Readers should not appreciate
these witty questions?
the part and the rest is easy.
It is easy to dress the part in
O I1 S
Genevieve: "The jeweler charged
you too much for that ring."
Hostetler: "The scamp, and
that's the fourth engagement ring
I've bought from him."
Pk Bk if
Student: "Ml: Waldron, have you
read Ralph O'Conner's book, 'The Sky
J. Harley, with a knowing nod:
"Sure I haveg it's the best book on
aviation that's ever been published."
ONE ON "Roan"
Robby, to convincing Freshman:
"Oh, I don't believe it. How close can
you be to a stick to recognize it?"
Freshman: "About the distance I
am from you1"
To DEAN ALLARD
We have not had a date for a
month and are nearly caught up in
lost sleep. Our evenings are open for
engagements next week. All girls in-
terested please answer by photo.
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The difference in price between a suit of Stein-Bloch smart Clothes and
inferior clothes will be amply justified long before the suit is worn out.
A Stein-Bloch suits looks the part every
time you wear it ,
Prices, S20 to S40
The Haynes Hardware Co.
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Students' Headquarters for Sporting Goods
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INTELLIGENT LITTLE BERTIIA
Grandmother Brady: "How useless
you girls are today. I don't believe
you know what needles are for."
Bertha: "Howl absurd you are,
grandmag of course I know. They're
to play the graphophone with."
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THIS GOT "PEI"'
"Pep," to the boy who ran into him
by mistake: "Say, boy, you'd better
bc careful how you run into meg I'm
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the most important person in the
Small Boy: "Excuse me, Mr.
Vaughn, I'm sorry."
Pl! Pk Pk
Professor: "American as you are,
don't you think 'you'd be awed by the
presence of a king?"
John Rufi: "Not if I held an ace."
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Joe: "Am I good enough for you?"
Nell: "No, you're not, but you're
too good for any other girl."
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Characterizes our dealings with you
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Capital, Surplus and Profits
F. C. NEWMAN, President
C. H. NEWMAN, Vice-P'1'0s1'1lm1I .
H. W. FISHER, CIl.SlI.il!7'
Assistant Cashiers-I. F. ACHICSON, W. J. WILLIAISIS, E. H. RICES
G. W. Newman J. S. Kenyon H. B. Price
T. J. Acheson C. H. Newman H. W. Fisher
R. F. Teichgraebcr T. F. Byrnes F. C. Newman
R. M. Hamer
F. P. Warren
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The Rindom Decorating
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we fmucle for this book, :md
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704 Commercial Phone 580 522 Com'l. St. Emporia, Kan.
Economy Shoe Store
First, because we economize-cash
sales, no deliveries, low overhead and
Second, you economize by supplying
yourself from our small, but up-to-
rlate stock at below regular prices.
"A rlollm' srmrecl is fl. dollm' 0arnerl"
A. 0. DOWNS Sz SON
516 Commercial Phone 1488
Thr' Official K. S. N. Cnndy
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McClure's Grocery I
Phone 32 608 'Commercial
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The Mutual Life Insurance Man
State Bank Building, Emporia
Shampooing, Hairdressing, Etc.
Mrs. Emma H. Burgdorf
116 West Seventh Avenue
I Appreciate Student Trade
Page One hundred thirty-eight
High School Graduates
Will find excellent courses at the Kansas State Normal College
-Emporia, in almost any line of training they may desire. This
school is the oldest and newest, the largest and most complete
teachers' college in the West. Opened in 18653 it has ten mod-
ern buildings, thirty departments, a faculty of one hundred, and
more than three thousand students a year. T
This College offers splendid training in Commerce,
Chemistry, Physics, Manual Training, Agriculture,
Mathematics, Physical Training, Household Economics,
Drawing, English, Latin, French, Spanish, German,
Biology, American History, European History, Govern-
ment, Economics, Sociology, Music, Public Speaking and
other college courses.
The Kansas State Normal College is a big school, strictly West-
ern in type, where it is easy to get acquainted. A student's ex-
penses are as low as may be found in a standard college. Tuition
is free- Many students earn their own way.
Inquiries should be addressed Io
H President Thomas W. Butcher
Kansas State Normal School
One hundred lhirly-nin
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Store No. 1 Store No. 2
603 Com'1. St. 511 Com'l. St.
"Distinctiveness does not necessitate
expensiveness at Dumm's"
Suitable, economical furnishirzg of
stmlents' rooms u mailer of care-
ful C07l,S'iCl67'llf'l07'L here
QI. C. Dumm Furniture
6th Sz Merchant St. Emporia, Kan.
The I2th Avenue Elec-
tric Shoe Shop
We carry a high-grade line of lllC71.,S
and Boys' Work and Dress Shoes
In our repairing department we use
best material obtainable.
None but the best workmanship
Phone 1702 E. A. Spady, Propr.
Robert Keith Furniture
Sr Carpet Co.
Eleventh and Grand Averme
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Qur goods are the kind that improve
Q on acquaintance. The kind that you
like and want.
lVlail and phone orders receive
prompt and careful attention. Corn-
mand us freely for samples.
We Pay All Parcel Post
We Pay Your Railroad Fare by Allowing up to 5 Per
Cent of Your Purchases Toward the Same
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Class Pins Engraved Stationery First-Class Rcprniriivg
Expert Eye Examiners for Glasses
SOME JOB, IRENE
Irene Anderson fProudlyl: "You
know I have a keen job. You know the
man that taps the wheels of the train
to see if they're all right? Well, I
help him listen."
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REST, AT LAsT
Minister Un solemn tonesl: "We
have left undone those things which
we ought to have done, and we have
done those things which we ought not
to have done."
Katheryn D. fRelievedl: "At last,
I've found my crowd."
ik Sk HF
Tm: WAY 'ro D0 IT
Prof. Beach: "What do you mean
by speaking of Dick Wagner, Charlie
Gounod and Ludie Beethoven?"
Josephine Quinn: "Well, you told
me to get familiar with the great
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E. R. Moore Company
Collegiate Cape, Gowns and Hoods
Judicial, Clerical, Baptismal
and Choir Gowns
Moords Oficiafl High. School Cup
I and Gown
Renting of caps and gowns to grad-
uating classes a specialty
932 to 938 Dakin Street
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Ambitious Stude: "I should like to
be editor of the Bulletin for next
Publication Committee: "What's
your criminal record?"
"I haven't any!"
P. Committee :U "We can't use youg
you're not up to standard. The edi-
tors this year have a splendid record.
The first one was jailed for inciting a
riot, and the man who took his place
was arrested and fined for accepting
illegal assistance from the rolling
stock of the local street railway com-
pany. You are not eligibleg we can't
afford to lower the standard, you
Harvey Bc Harvey
The home of good things to cat
626 Commercial Street
Page One hundred forty lW0
A Gooo PLACE Fon A Him:
Dr. Triplett: "What are you
laughing at-not at me, are you?"
Student: "O, no, sir."
Dr. Triplett: "Then, what else is
there left in the room to laugh at?"
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Outsider: "I don't see why they
call this the Normal School."
Friend: "Why not?"
Outsider: "Did you ever notice
the products?" ak
A REAL HELPMEET
Cremer: "Did you sew the button
on my coat, darling?"
Mrs. Cremer: "No, dear, I
couldn't find the button and so I just
sewed up the button hole."
Bk lk if
Miss Major: "What is the mean-
ing of ritard?"
Mildred Spence: "It means to go
Slow, but not get soft."
Page One hundred fortl'-lhfee
Tubby: "I've just been reading
the constitution of the United States."
Tubby: "And I was surprised to
find out how many rights a fellow
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Johnny: "Did you know Dea-
con Kerr had an accident?"
Gladys Pratt: "No, how in the
world did it happen?"
Johnny: "Well, he was trying to
catch a fiy out in the field, and fell
Gladys: "Oh, is he taking bugol-
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THE Flmsi-IMAN A
I know not why the sun does shine,
I know not why I call thee mine,
I know not why the birdies sing,
In fact, I don't know anything.
THE ART PHOTOGRAPI-IICM
In PORTRAITURE, Commercial Work
and Kodak Work
L. L. STEVENSON
Sixth cmd C01lHllC?'Cill'l
"Did you know all of Dr. Monroe's
class were holding military offices?"
Lecturer: All my success in life,
all my tremendous Hnancial prestige,
I owe to one thing alone-pluck-
John Rufi: "Yes, sir, but how are
we to find the right people to pluck?"
Box of paintsg
Sucked the brushes,
Joined the saints.
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Lucile Oliphantz "How is Central
Student: "By earthquakes."
See our line of
T I BBALS
At the Sign of the Big Clock V
Mary MQYGFSI "I want a skirt."
Saleslady' "How long do ou t
, - y wan
Mary: "I don't want to rent itg I
want to buy it."
Pk Dk Ik
Breathes there a man with soul so
And agonized to law,
Who never to himself had said,
"I'd like to bust the Kaiser's head,
And smash his royal jawn?
Ik lk ik
Keep your mouth shut
A much better chance
' 'The Student Barber"
Over S tuwr G-roccry
Satisfaction guaranteed or your hair
or whiskers refunded 2
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H. O. FRANTZ
SHOES THAT WEAR WELL
The latest styles-Prices reasonable
BREAK, BREAK, Bm-:AK
fWith apologies to Tcnnysonj
fAfter a first appearance in a public
Shake, shake, shake,
From my hip to my foot, O knee,
And I would that I could utter
The thoughts that arise in me.
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Society Brand Clothes
For College Men!
All the leading lines in young men'
Hats and Furnishings
Page One hundred forty-five
O well for the movie star,
As she twinkles on, day after day.
O well for the Victrola, A
That you wind up when you want it
Shake, shake, shake!
Till you wriggle my toes, O knee.
But the beginning and the and of the
speech that is gone,
Will never come back to me.
1119 Commercial Street
11:30 to 7:00 p. m.
s A sk our customer-the om'
who Icnourx !
THE COUNTRY CLUB
School is like a little Ford-
You ramblc right along,
You shift your gears
And hold your tears,
And toot your little horn.
You climb up hills,
Of flunks and ills
And sliced off conduct marks.
You take your books
Home for the looks,
And class yourself with sharks.
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WITII THE POETS
When you're foolin' in the library,
An' havin' lots of fun,
A laughin' and a jabberin'
As if your time had come,
You'd better watch your corners,
And keep kinder lookin' out,
Er Miss Shore'll git you
If you don't watch out.
Pk 'll ik
Prof. Edminster: "What has been
the dominant character of America's
military program up to the last three
Tubby fWho had a date the night
beforelz "Not prepared, sir."
Prof. E.: "Correct."
THE MEATLESS DAY
When you come to the end of a meat-
And you sit at your evening meal,
With cabbage and beans and cured
To allay all the pangs you feel,
Do you think what the end of a meat-
Will mean to a hungry soul,
When he may eat all he can tuck
And vanished is Food Control?
Now, this is the end of a meatless day,
That our enemies may not win-
That rather than bow to the U-boat's
We must just set our teeth and
That so at the end of each meatless
We feel we have done our bit,
And faced the foe in the Yankee way,
With courage, resource and grit.
Page One hundred forty
Emporia National Bank
Capital' and Surplus
Member Fcflcral Reserve Brmls
l"REXl 'H NAM ICS.
I'd chant an ode to Joffre, with
ardor and delight, but up there
speaks a scoffer: "You don't pro-
nounce it rightg the name should
rhyme with 'suffer,' O poet short
and fat, and you're a dippy duffer, or
you'd be wise to that." I raise my
voice so mellow, not peeved, nor in a
huff: then speaks anothenfellow:
"The French pronounce it '.Iuff."'
I see there's no use flirtin' with such
a shining name until I know for cer-
tain how to pronounce the same.
And so I start a sonnet about the.
mighty Foch' whose name has lau-
rels on it-I make it rhyme with
"yoke," Then says a posted neigh-
bor, "Your sonnet is a botch, and
wasted is your labor-the hero's
name is Fotch." I fain would sing of
Ypres, and also of Amiens, but will
one rhyme with snipers, and t'other
one with beans? l even balk at
Paris, for fear I get it wrong, and
such breaks so embarass the man
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who trills a song. l'd like to sing of
Calais a martial, stirring lay, but
then, so help me Alice, I fear it is
Calay. Fair France, I 'd like to bring
you a wreath of deathless song! Oh,
France, I'd like to sing you, but get
the language wrong!-Walt Mason.
Copyrighted by Adams Syndicate.
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Now doth the busy bride-to-be
Watch every passing hour,
For almost any time may she
Expect some sort of "shower,"
It may bc linen, wood or tin-
lt matters not at all,
Each evening does she wait within
All ready for a call.
And when they come, her chnms and
Their grand surprise to spring,
How innocently she pretends,
"I never guessed a thing!"
C. M. WILSON, Vice-Pwfsizlmzf
W. T. BALL, Crzslzier
Lyon County State Bank
Solicits Students' Accounts
Our Deposits are Guaranteed
Plug One hundred foriY'3eVCn
First Door South of Mit-Way
,, The Little Schoolmaster Says:
rf A "STYLE is one essential in the clothes of a col-
i'-..u -7' fp lege man. Good styles, without freakishness--
. 'Mx ii,kilf. good material without ostentation-good Gt with-
al W L N out exaggeration-all these if we make your
Q in SPRING CLOTHES expressly for you. Besides,
I W PI iilr-i you'll find faultness workmanship and all the little
i. W ill ' ' 3 nireties 1hat mark the iinest of custom tailoring-at
'lllh wa ilk 11 price that is easily within your allowance."
N ii x Let Us Prove It
" A i . SHOES for nm SHOES for uvowqf
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THE MODEL CLOTHING AND SHOE COMPANY
The world is made of dirt and water
Thus fraught with truth did Wis-
And then she grew a little fraughter
And said these two make mud.
And from this mud at once there
The three schools of philosophy
By which mankind has ever pouted,
Or borne their destinyg
To keep our souls a little drier
C. M. Spencer
One school stands in mud and blub-
The second set denies the mire,
The other gives us rubbers.
Pep: "Do you think it would be
foolish for me to marry a girl who
was my intellectual inferior?"
Kind Friend: "More than foolishg
H. A. Baltz
New Process I..HL11'1dI'
High-grade work in laundry and dry cleaning
Ordinary mending and buttons sewed on free
See Our Agents Special Rates to Students H
Page Om: hundred forty-eight
When You Give Your
Qrcler to the "Grocer
or "Tee Pee"
WHEN you order these brands of Canned Goods, Coffee, Extracts and oth-
er eatables, you have an absolute guarantee of satisfactory quality, and any
grocer is authorized to return your money if the goods are not as represented.
'l'lu'rv is no 110011 to use rloubtful Iwrmfls 1011.011 Ilmse goods
can Im hurl for the price of other brmzrls
The Theo. Poehler Mercantile Company
EMPORIA l'V110lesuIe Dishilmfors KANSAS
HONIIC l'Ul'l'l4.1Il LIICS.
"l'm crazy about you."
"l'll drop in and pay you tomor-
"I shall never love another."
"Wasn't it too ba-il you weren't
"I never in my life did so badly."
'llow sweet you look."
"I told her just what I thought of
"I never would have dreamed it
wasn't your hair."
"Only a stirring sense ol' public
duty compels me to run for this high
"Not at home, ma'am."
"No darling, I never kissed an-
"Aly wife and I have never ha-fl a
"I came quite unprepared."
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Robby to Ilazel: "I.et's get mar-
Ilazel, impnlsively: "Why, who'd
Page One hundred forty-nine
'I'IIl1I l'Sl'AIl THING.
Fresh.: "Bob Sharp made quite a
long speech, last night."
Soph.: "What was he talking
Fresh.: "Ile didn't. say."
:za Ip :gr
Katheryn: "Is Ruth Walden a
friend of yours?
Lucile: "Yes: what has she been
saying about me?"
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Soph.: "I hear they've canned tho
Fresh.: "What dean?"
:',1 41 11:
Love and a porous plaster, son,
are very much alike. It's simple
getting into oneg but getting out--
121 Ill 21:
Hasty: "Gee, I had an awful fright
"Yes, l saw you with liter."
For Sale or Rent
New and Second-Hand
School Library Books a Specialty
Come mul See Us
Eclcclall or lVlcCart
Normal Book Store
Important Soph.: "How much do
I owe you for tracing my family
"Five hundred dollars hush
,il qi xg:
Ruth rode iu my new cycle-car
ln the seat right back ol' me.
l took a bump at fifty-five,
And drove on Iluthlessly.
I ll ICNIVNS FAM l LY,
Professor to lreue's father: "I ani
delighted to meet you, Mr. Ander-
son, and to congratulate you on
your large family. No less than
twelve of your daughter's brothers
have called frequently to take lrene -
out, and one son escorted her to the
theater at least twice a week."
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THE "LAST WORD"
We mean that "Fashion" in this store shall always stand for the Inst wmv! i
from !If7lflI07'fflIf'i'17l? sources-it must convey correct information of the inspira-
tion that evolvcs new styles. And therefore you may expect to see more ex-
clusive ideas here from day to clay than elsewhere, for this is the "Style Store '
of the Last Word."
Where SfLfl:SfflCf'i072 Follows Every T'1'fl,7lSfl0fi071
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WEST SIDE OF MAIN BUILDING, SHOWING ALBERT TAYLOR
To ROLLIN RAYMOND A SCENE FRIUM TH
A lad, carefully rearedg not long
from home and for a time very prom-
Professor: "None deeper, ma'amg
he's always at the bottom."
. Mrs. Bonwella "Professor, is my
son a deep student?"
Men have only two:
Everything they say
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Emporia's Best Cafe '
Open All Night
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"I-Ialt! Who goes there?"
"Friend, with a bOttle."
"Pass, friendg halt, bottle"
Women's faults are many.
And everything they do.
Center of City Students' Headquarters
With BATH and TELEPHONE
Page One hundred fifty-two
Zin this Enola ther: urr an many spans.
nrrupirh hg the pirturra nf farm. nur
mnnhrrnq urhg in it the fulka like In niait
Ihr lghntngraph Bfhnp nf Ihr
,STILL IN STRIPES,
When the donkey saw the zebra,
He began to switch his tail:
"Well, I never!" was his comment:
"There's a mule that's been in
1 K Ik
Bill: "What did she say when
you kissed her?"
Vic lobe: "She told me to call on
Friday hereafter, because that was
It l ll
If Eve came back to the world to-
day atter being away this many
year, she'd probably turn' to Adam
and say: "The styles haven't
changed very much, my dear."
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A street Arab stood on the weighing
In the light of the lingering day.
Then a counterfeit penny he dropped
in the slot,
And silently stole a-weigh.
Page One hundred Efry-three
"Maude, is there
Alpha Sig Girl:
anything you can do better than
'Maude Barrigar: "Sureg read my
1 1 if
Little drops in water,
Little drops on land,
Make the aviator
Join the heavenly band.
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Bill 'O'Connel fdreamilyjs "They
say, dear, that people who live to-
gether get to look alike."
His Girl: "Then you must con-
sider my refusal final."
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A lively young fisher named Fischer
Flshed for a fish from the edge of
A fish, with a grin, pulled the fish-
Now they're fishing the fissure for
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To Relieve the Monotony
Girls who must provide their ow11 dainties, and do it without
devoting much time to it, generally rely upon fudge and ginger-
snaps and wafers of different kinds-or something else that is
And all in spite of the fact that A
"So 11ice and fresh and cool, to relieve the monot-
ony," as a Vassar girl says, can be made up in a.
minute into any one of a hundred different dishes.
It isn't a crime to eat fudge, day after day
for years, but it is a11 awful mistake when some-
tl1i11g so much better can be had.
There are six pure fruit flavors of jell-O:
Strawberry, Raspberry, Lemon, Orange, Cherry,
Chocolate. Each 10 cents at any groceris,
Take time, please, to send us your name and
address, so we can send you a 116W jell-O Book
that will 'tell you how to make delicious things
that are too good to miss.
THE GENESEE PURE FOOD COMPANY,
Le Roy, N. Y., and Bridgeburz, Ont.
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