Eureka College - Prism Yearbook (Eureka, IL)

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It tcrr.ui (I m ,its aii(i ■-liruliliirv Ncrcciu ' d st. ' inf li.-nc licni ilrvcldpril. (iiirinii the | .-ist iivc yr.-irs, iiii ' lrr tlir su|icr ision ni I ' l ' iitcsscir .1. A. Hiiiki 1 ' . I ' lilcrcd UMili r tlir (Mliyriniits ol ' tin- .luiiinr ( Ollriiiatc I ' l.iyiTS. .Iiiiic I. M. ' . ' JK 1)V W ' illnir (li.iinn.iii. dircctdi- and Isadorc I.cikin, prodiiitiDii iiiaiiagtr. Acknowledgments, for Appreciated Service, to }■:. Kil.y Sam Moiirc and llir Art - I ' olci Simp. I!l(miiiiiii;t(iii. 111. l.aviriiiic I. I.oMi lniry .iiid tin lent W.iym l ' .iii;i-a iiiii Co. A CoopiTatitlfj stiidc 111 body Kmi ' r.son Leys M.-irfjarit Miindill Toiiih .iiid M.irli ll.ikcs ' .ii;oiiii- I ' rintint; ( ' ciin|i.in . ( l.ilrsliiii-i;. Illinois. . -■ 1 r 1 .! 1 1 -i r ♦ I I • -;-i THE JUNIOR CLASS Of EUREKA COLLEGE Presents PROG " ' 1 LEADING CHORUSES From «CON SPIRITO» (Tile current iiiiisie.il of tlie Eureka Colleni.-ms ) Openino- Cliorus " Loyalty Cliorus 1 1 (Eiiunei.ition ) " ' Eureka Cilee ( liorus 111 " Alma Mater ( linriis IV — - " Sing lor New Eureka Chorus V - " Wlionj) ' V.m L ' |) C liorus VI " Oskee « o v Cliorus ' I I __ (Reeapitulatioii ) " Eureka Glee (liorus VIII " Hail! Our Ahna Mater FINALE Score Kdiii-d hi G. L. Lathrop. Scores Harmonised hij (i. L. Lathrop. Mariiaret Mundell Tomb. Stanley Hamilton Ruth C ' oinpton. Elizabeth Ewing, Marjorie Marine, and Josephine Wijigius. 3 40 DEDICATION To one who has given time, effort, and constructive council toward the produc- tion of this yearbook; to one whom we believe does his part to help perpetuate the Eureka Spirit; to Griff L. Lathrop, we dedicate this 1935 Prism. ft AD SUMMUM " X J ARGUMENT It ' one fiiiils liis liovisr to lie on Hie, ills i-esjionsc is likflv Id 1)1 ' iiniiicdiatc- anil a]i|iiii|iri.-iti ' . V1r ' Ii an institution ir a society is in want and i-onfusion, the situation l)rini;s foi ' tli a. wlioir kit of riincdial tools, bias, srlfishncss. illusion. Iialiit, UH-rtia, sophism, alono ' uitli a inodicuin ot frc-ativi ' intcllioincc. Wi ' are iiiihedcKd in the sot ' ial matrix of the inoiiK ' nt. " A state of lialf-awakeiiess eaii ]ire ent almost amtliinn ' t roiii seeming wronj;-. ' " We are sildom auari ' of tlu ' air «e breathe. The scholastics would tell us that we cannot nio t ' where we are and that we cannot ino (_ ' wliert ' we are not. et. wt ' do and must ni( e t ' Xeii if it he without aim and direction. Lagging souls cannot )v naturalizt ' d in a world where adventurt ' and unceitaintv are of the essence. " AVithout adventure ciiili- zatiun is in full decay. " Living organisms are engendered hy response to need. Human institutions are horn under the aegis ot ])recari()us in- telligence; and illusion as to proper response may he ])yra- niided on another j)OSsil)le illusion as to need. Cloistered erudition sutlers a most poignant hereavement whenever it has to forsake all else for the humble role of social function. The academic and the actual at ])resent sustain an almost inverse ratio to each other. To put mind and matter asunder is man ' s great apostasy; and out of it we now h,i ' e in education an ira of stark contradictories that bedevil our daily routine. - ])erience alone sets our probknis and expei ' ience alone tests our solutions. Assumptions must always be held at the mercy of facts. — Jackson. i ' Mi.% OPENING CHORUS EUREKA LOYALTY Alumni, Faculty and Students I |;innci]ii ,r(l by liutli Cciiiiplnii. X-ii ' Y f r w V . k fca 3 - j w : .- r m =i- So then we ' ll fight for ma-roon and gold bovs. We wil! ja :p s lJ ' ' j Mii ' j j fight, for Eu - re - ka. Ne - ver daun - trrrl ne • ver flaun - ted. iS i w-t r - — £ -r -m Ht-.i nHi hiv i HHrLf ? fight for Eu-rc-ka. Rah. rah, rah! Loyal to our old school boys. Till ' fni» Ha Z W m r ■ - = TE -m ' —. rz W — 1 ■ 7 - : =£ - - f -_ - i " •■ :— -• 5 die v c ' ll praise her name; In vic-io ly or in de-feat, We will never ne ' er re-treat. We will fight for Eu re-ka i f+f ? m fiF wi IC Alum: It ' s great to be baek on tin- eam])us again tor liomecoming. Tliis is tlie year for our class reunion, too. (Enter, Stii lriit ) ' . r ;.v ■snifiini the htiimi ininiiij theme xoii( ). f Student B ) Ti Fe= .1 .. U .1 [J 1 MS U ' el-conir A-liun-ni. wcl - conu ' ! Wel-conie I ' i-l-eonii- ! W ' ei-eonir Stiidriit X: Kiglito! ( A|)|ilanse). Alum: I liaxin t l ttn l)aek sinee tile grounil-, eoniniittee lias inaugurated its land- scajiing ])rojeet. Student X: Tlien. eome all I Awav I Let ' s tour tlie CAMPUS DON JUA ' N MA-RTHA VAI KVRli: J A S ' i : X II w nQ3ffl[iH„ ' g. ' - v j-.»; . - . ■ -Vb 4i» -- ' Burgess Memorial Hall - - - - II .1 III ' ' u HI iiirmorv of Professor O. A. Burgess. It lias been a scholastic center on the campus for the past forty-two vears. Library and Administration Building the orifrinal e o 1 1 e sr e building erected in 1858 - - - - an ex- ample of the architecture of its |)eriod. The library occupies the second and third floors, and the administration offices arc on the first floor. _c±, m i » ' m — ■ J 1? (-4 Vennum Science Hail - - - - the gift of -Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Vennum of Cham- paign. Illinois. It contains the departments of pliysics. chemistry, biologv. and home economics. Pritchard Gynasium - - - - named for Dr. H. O. Pritchard. president of the college from 1913 to 1919. Cribbing from Dr. Pritchard. it may be said that the gym was built to serve the best interests of the physical man. and to serve for the staging of well-fought intercollegiate ath- letic contests. W- - ' Mh H UCiD «0 M 1 The Chapel ' - - - - coiiililctrd ill IS(i9 - - - tli( third colli ' i;!- luiildiiii; ' to lie rrcctcd 1)11 till- (•.•iliiplls. It iiiiit:iiTis till- stiiiliiis i)t tlir (icpiirtnifiit nl music and tlir iliapi 1 .■iiiditoriiini. The Old Collese Bell - - - - from its 111 1 1 ry on tin Ad liiiildiii;; ' it iiiiri- callrd sludi ' iits to ' cdassrs. It uas iiiouiitid ill its prrsiiit { position l) till- riass of I it ' Ja and iiou rinil ' s at tiiiirs of torriisic ictorw ■ J-m , ' : % ' mt. ., r ■ 1 t II i ■ I i %l 1 - , ■[in|| If 1 [f A Lida ' s Wood - - - - tlif woiiu ' ii s (lor- mitorit ' s virtii.-illy ofcii))y a caiii- pus witliiii a carajjus. Magdalene Hall dtdic-attd in lf " 2S. It is a tliorouglily modern build- I!!! ini;- rianktd with evergreen siiniliherv. -c;v 4) " 3i P A T R O ■« G. X. Portniaii Co P.oiia Block iiiul Kulil P.oria Hcyl Motor Co Eureka .lolin W. Coale Taylorville Kiircka Sales Co Eurt-ka ( ' ceil ( ' . Carpenter I ' .oria Larson ' s I.mieli Eureka Molxrh liarlii r Shop Eureka Dr. Melaik Eureka S. H. Zendt Galesburg Ed. Rohesoii Eureka diaries Williams Eureka Centr.il Illinois Power and lJi;lit Co Eurek.i Ken ( . L.iken Minonk Fred Eihausen Minonk Afieliael ' s Sweet Shop Eureka H. T. Switt Springfield E. K. Stumpf Eureka B. H. Sehumaeher Eureka Haeeker liestaurant Eureka H. I.. Dyar Eureka A. B. Mo.ser Motor Co Eureka Otto Wajruer : Eureka H. C. Brown Eureka A. ;: P. Tea Co Eureka R. {;. Oltnian : Eureka Riehard T. .Mien :. ' . ' Eureka A ' . n. Sniitli Eureka Rieh.ird Diekinson. Sr Eureka Mrs. Eiinn.i Wood Galesburg Steplii n i: i ' isher : Cliampaiiin F. K. Erasier Prineeton C. B. Grulili - Blooniiniiton Corliin ' s Mr.il M.irket Eureka Frank (). I ' ili r Eureka H. (). .)oehuni.s Eureka O. T.. Welsh Peoria Kroner (Iroeery and Baking Co Eureka E. G. Reynolds Eureka Byron Collium Eureka ])r. i:ani( 1 Pearson Eureka ])r .hiliiis Kraiise Eureka Texaco Service Station Eureka Edward Major Eureka Dr. F. W. Nickel Eureka .losepli I.eliinan Eureka Ornian Ridiiely Eur eka . . I.. Wari;o Eureka l.iirlittoot Oil ( o Eureka Kinder Motor Co Eureka J5en Kaul ' nian Eureka Mrs. Nelli ' Chenowelh Eurek.i Majestic Cleaners P.oria l " .uri-k,i I ' , urek.i C) I ' , urek.i II. Silas and Marv Dickinson and ( M. and li. .Mere.inlile cr_jc ■1 :5 - h -D HIikIoiI A: I tliiiik tli.it tlie landsi-apiiifj; jiroject is being wt ' ll carrit-il out. lliini: It surrly is. ' I ' lic grounds (lipartniiiit of tiif Eureka Plan havf work . ' iliiail of tlii ' m in order to iii.iint.iin the e;iMi|)us. f.ll this point Stiidriit X idlls fur ii soli; ). CHORUS II EUREKA GLEE Students and Alumni H.irnionized bv Ci. I,. I.atliroii j J ' ii i i-T i J .j:ii- Then f( .u - - re-k. ' i « ■ II elieer ! Eu re - k. ' i s |)i - rit sli,-d] ue ver fear ! Then .d - t( tiler we ' ll shout it loud inil eleir. To tAg - m rr-9- rrr F— i= i i ' i i I ii i ix: m CZ3 vie - - to - r -. to vie - to • rv Eu - - re - - - - k,i f b| W f isn Student X: Make wav, Colleifiate Conirades! See Here comes Dean H of th FAC U LTY i ' i ' f St Clyde Laten Lyon President of the College - - - - In- inaiiu ' ur.itcd ;iiul lias i i i-n wise guidance to the e( ( i)erati i i due itioii il poliey known as the l- ' .iireka CoUeiie I ' laii. -S p ?i r n 1 -■■1 -1 r ' A ■1 r Samue Glenn Harrod Dean of Men - - - |]i (iiids Ill ' s uiirk iiitir- cstini; ' - - ■ - lie taki s an int rest ill Ills work. ,- ' ' Lydia Alice Wampler Dean of Women - - - - sill- i |)i-ivilf ;i-d to be «itli omii; |jr()|)k- (liiriiii; the formative uiriod. ini t)!? f " C ' iit) .1 SA.MLKl. l a.KNN II AUItOD A.M., Ph.D. ) - in of the Fac ' illy and Professor of the Latin LaniiHaye and Literature. - - - - he can cile a story from the classics to suhstantiatc the argumiiit. F A CU L TV . SIi.. S .lONKS A.M. Frofcssor of Education ami rhilnsof lty. - - - - to him. IMato i tu Aristmlc were the wisest of men. 1.1.1 HKTH 1 . S(H. I. A.M.. I ' h.D. Professor of Eeoitoinics and .Voiio oi v. - - ■ - she advocates equity for the workini; man. W ll.l.l Wl rilDM S .1 At k.SON AH. Professor of i hcfutstry. - - ■ some science will lul|i ! » ac- ' jnaint the avcraKe mau with tin- na- ture of the universe ■ - ■ the eieniist tioes on all " ! on. M m ll()(t l-.H .lONKS A.B. Professor of Fri ' iich. . - - - it is well to appreciate the cultural in life. 1 1 i:n!i) II I Mi-:s A..M. I ' rofcssor of History and C$ovcrnmcnt. • - - • history. Kovernmeiil, and law may he philosophically interpret eii. r.Vni I.ICK WAMIM.KIi A.M. Z ' iiiii " J( oiMCH ((Ml Pntfcssur Of Latin. ■ • • she has mastered I atin Syn- tax - • - an interpretation of ihe (ier- man Classics occupies some of her time. J. I) N Hi: 1.1- I KL U.S. Director of Public Relations. - - - ■ his work hriuKs hin; into con- tact with many people. .1 At (H; K(1N li! KKIt M.S. Professor of Physics. - - - - perhaps he is evolving for lay- men, an explanation of some scien- titic principle. M A i V 1 NS K )X N i: WSON IMi.l). Professor uf Mathematics. - - ■ - the mathematicirin must thuik - - - he nuist reason. rilO.MAS KIIU-.K I w uu;iNvS A.M. Professor of Rniflish. - - - - to uiiderstaiul what one reads is an earmark of education. D I! v ' iMoM) (;. i..s V()U in A.M., li.D. i ' rofcssor of Bible. 1 - - • - he believes that a worthwhile iiivestnicnt of life is paramount. .M AK Ci.AIiKF, M.S. ! iistructor in Home Economics. • - - ht-r department must keep -.tt ' ip Willi Liirrcnt scientific improve- ment. J A.MKS STEPHEN lO.MriOX A.M. rofcssor of Bioloyy. - - - - his manual on bird life in ' ntral Illinois is based upon his own ELLEN MARIE JOHNSON A.M. .-issistant Professor of English. - - - - she is proficient in dramatic ERNEST E. HIGDON A.M. vHo.r P. Taylor Professor of Relif i ' us Education. ■ - - - an interpretation of the the- ories and practices of jisycholo y de- mand much of his time. AIICK A. NATTS M.S. Ihrector of Physical Education for Women. - - - - she believes that both the community and the individual should have well organized recreational pro- ' rams. t , U Al.l ' Il . UKIN ,1K . .B. Director of AlliU-tus. - - - - to he the .spirited mentor of the Reil Devils is a challenf ing job - - - he can do it. CI.AI ' .A l.Kllill BF.XII.KY A.B. Rctjistrar and Scerctary to the Presi- dent. - ■ ■ - educational statistics show the general tremls in scholastic attainment. .M.KXAXDKK t ' HAS. CiK.W A.M. - - - - he is a student of library science ■ - ■ he is a lover of books. IREXE REYNOI.DS Secretary to Mr. Blankinsliil . - ■ - ■ she compiles the statistics and records of the business department. DKAX F. BI.AXKIXSllIl ' . .B. Secretnry-Trcositrer of the Col lege. • - - ■ he is in on the financial kno ' " m 1H m. TRUSTEES OIKIi KliS 1!k ir i i) Ilu KiNscix. Sn President )i VIII IN I.. C ' oi HI UN Vice-PresUlciil I)i:an !• ' . 1)1. AX KIN SI I IP Secrctdi-ii KM I ' ll Ills •I ' licddnr, ' ,1. MrCiiin ..Eureka I!i:tl StciilKM K. KisliiT C ' liaiMiKiijrn liicliiird Dickiii.son Kunkii Hiiv I.. Miiorc Sprin liilil l.lcivd Wrlsh I ' toiia l!13.- H. Tolar Swift Sprinirii.-Ul (Veil C. Carpenter I ' eoria Holiert I- ' ,. Ilieroiiymns Lrliana ( luster I!. Cnilili Blooniin oii l.ri.iH Hiirni-. Dickinson I ' rbaiia Hi;t? N.lle I). ( lieiioweth Kiireka IJyroii I,, ( ' (ilbiirn : Kiireka HainiltiMi 11. Pear.son Kureka Steiilicii II. .eiKlt Gale.shnrir William II. SiiiiUi Eureka Jcliii W . ( .lalr Tuylorville Kieliarcl Allen ' .. Eureka KX-()K1 ' I(I() (hde 1.. l.Mill I- ' msier. rnHuirtl, llhinkinsiiip. (lnil)l , C. ' irju-nli-r. K. DuUiuson l. nn, li. Dickinson. R. Allen, I ' carson. I ' .ir 3. v As ffM I-tlilor ' s ' o t c: W o thouKlU that you iniKht like this iiiforina! piclurc lakt-n al one of the trus- tee meetings. ■a J Dean H — ; I ' m glad to st-f yoti liat-k. fellows. .■Hum: And we ' re " lad to In- here. CHORUS III ALMA MATE R Students, Alumni, and Faculty HariiKinized liy Mar;;arct Mumli-ll ' I ' diiili J. J 4 J N a . i km - J= ' Xeatli tlie Klnis up - - on !lir c.ain-luis. filo - - ri - - .ais to ie« . 9 I » W - - 4 j ' " J J i: J I I ,1 m = Stands Kii - re - k.a, Al - ina .Ma - ter. Faitli - tid tried .iiid true. w — g : , ' I i i i i : i .ilt the elm - n ff f i TTt r peed it on w.iril. Ne ' er our voi - - ee.s t ' a ■ « M n m J s i i I ' raise to tliee. () Fair Ku - re - ka. Pr.iise to Tliee. All H.iil M M. i Ztr »■ • ► Third Alum: H.ave vou seen Prof. ,1 vet? Second Alum: Xot ' ' et 1 Sli.ill we i o o er to the Science Hall? Perhai)s we can visit one of his CLASSES SENIORS 1934 • • I ' rctmr lliinl.:,. All. 11 Ariinl,! Mil .irvir Sniilh la K-llaii Niailk- r»arkcr Hamilton PE m. Administration C " n. iiM-:s FiiKHrm; l rt ' .stlt}il DoiKiTiiv McC ' i.Ki.i.Ax Vicf-I ' resiili III A LINK Dktwkii.kh Scrretdrii I orisK DiNitAK , Tmu iinr Stkimii: Bin ki.i;v Scitiitr Hi jin m iilitttx ' i ' Pi{(ii-i:s oi{ wij Mits. AvT.swoirriE ( ' I11.1.1 Ailri irn Members Orvilli- (;. All,!,. AH. S lv,-,n v.. Aniiilil. A.B. .Hc-tluuiy ..Di-c;itiir l. lc- Willi.itn Hiikrr, li.S Klirck;! St,-plii-n lirniutt HiiiUKy. B.S. ChriMiiiin liiplicrt l)i-.iM Br.ulli ' . B.S Kuroka Willi.iTM I ' lvuiklin Bin-iilianll. A.B. ( Ir.TiilU-lil I!ayi!i(iii(l l ' ' ran -is ( ' iir|ii-, B.S t ' olfax fluirlcs Alvis n.iy. . .B Mrtnipolis Melha Kiripsdii Day, A.B Mclnipulis Ccrtnuli- Mini- I )ituiilir. .B Kiireka Wall.T l)i on. A.B, Stri-ator l.c.iiis,- Kli .ahclii DiiiilK.r. .B Tnylorvillr Hcrsclu ' I William I ' .imiick. A.B J.atham I.vdia l.unisr l- ' .tlrr. B.S Palinvra =3F . Editor ' s Xotc: Do ilu- St-nior.s h.ivf a past? They tlo! " TlM ' ir fiilun-, Iiowcvt-r, is .spoiluss. " See the Who ' s Who section on paf, ' e 71. Slalcr llLiirichs HuTKhardt Marshall Euer Steuier H..IT1K Mitchc liiiliolT SmilluT ■ t m Sirali nn ill Fli ' iiiini; ' . A.B Charles KHynioncI Krelmrg, A.B Lois Elenore tirosse, A.B Bes.se . (lnliiic 1 l;,iii Itoii, . .B xMonta Mildred Heiirielis, A.B Raymond Holmes, B..S ' Leoiiii .M.-iuriiH- Iiiiliort ' . A.B. Marvin Keys, B.S Herman E. Kincaid, . .B. , da .MeCarver, A.B Dorothy Margaret .MrCh-Ilan, . .B Thoma.s J. Markland. .( r., . .B. Ipava .Prairie City Kock Falls Maiden Litchfield Greenfield KiireUa Klton, La. (iaieshurg La Porte, Ind. ' t ' oidon . . rmington William Henry .VlMrsliall. . .B CraniteCity Ira Miller, B. S Washington Hohert William Mitchell, B.S . Eureka Kacliel Evelyn Pickerill, , .I( Eureka Cliarles James Uoehm, . .B Washington William . rcher Slater, .A.B Moline W;ilhr L. Smith, A.B Eureka Delliert Howard Southern, B..S Latham Dorothy .StHuff ' er, . .B tlanti. C.n. Mildred Irene .Steider, A.B I ' .ureka Harold K. Sturgeon. B.S. Sjjringfield Ethel Rosalind Weaver, . .B Cameriin Wti ' Day Keys Pickerill M. Day Brown Grosse Mr rklan(l Fleming Corpe Sturgeon Miller Stauffer JUNIORS Mrs. Lalhrop Memb Administration ? i 3= 1 W .M.Ti:n I (ii:nsKi Pre. lid flit .M. nii AUKi- Catkk I ' ice-I ' rcxidciit Ma in Hi: 1 ' . i.UKii Treasurer Jaxk llr:u( ri.Ks Secret ari Hartzki.i, ( in KN ' s Senate Reprexeiitatii ' e I ' hoI KSSOU Ml Mils. (,. i.. I.ATHUdI ' (Vrt.V.V . f lV.VCr.V Data ' I ' ll ' .liuiii)iN liilitvf that to coinpilr in aiiv historical seqiicncf iii accoiiiit ot v.iliaiit striviiijis toward.s |)artially .itt.iiiiid iidals woiihl he cxtr. ' inrdiis matter, ' rhri ' rtorc thiy li.ixr (hrlincd to inaki- u]i a chass his torv «liicii. to l)c- aiitli iitic. would rtaiiiin- one more year tor coniijUtioii and which would takt U|) sonic ten or twelve |)a es of printtal spaci-. To mention. lioue ir, that the ofticers h.a e coiidueted a ve.ar of elli- embers aial Cli.isc . ilaiiis Tolono I ' diiy Barra Koaniike liriicf ( ' . Ui ' iini ' tt Kuroka Wliittaei-e Ili-own -- K a sheer Oscar 1 1 . liiieliiiiuillfr M iiiunk Thi-h.i.i Itnlh ( Mirell Mt. (.iniiel M.ir-arcl Marie taler I)u ' r AVilliiir lliiinias Chapman Richland, N. Y. Hiaiiah Ma urine Close Palmyra [tilth I ' . V els II Ciiiii|ihiii Kuri-ka M, I.aiiene I niiiiiiii ii(] Peoria hla liufh Dyar Kiircka I ' aiii t ' .isel St. Louis, Mo. Maurice f ' .Ider neeatiir i ijua-i- Urummotid Ki.SL-I Adams C ' oinpton (Mr.sc rii,i|.in.iii Kcniull Dyar Hamilton f f fp c A ift A ;i?: ' Z ' % (J) . fit M. I -k Leiken W caver Thomas Laut-T Richardson I ' luictli R. Tomb Marine Scott I ' lumley Leys liuchmutller N. Taylor Si -r : ;sJ Elizabeth Jane Ewing Eureka Isaac Hartzell Givens S ' aylirnok Aiinaliel Cunxle ' ir(U ' rl Gaylia Merna ( ' .node Hartsliiu-}; ' Claude Willaril Hamilton Greeulield -Taue Hercules _._ P(tntiac A altir G. luat-rski Miuonk Aliua Marie I,auer Liucoln Isaddre I. I.eiken Miuonk Kniersou Leys Eureka Marjorie Marine Princeton Dorothv Louise Nickel Eureka Dominick Pioletti Roanoke Lldcii Fayette Plumley Manlitis Ciicstcr Ucnuer - Eureka Betty Hichardsou _ I.iiu-cilu Jiniie Scott Holdenville, Oklahoma Eliza lieth Amanda Storm Minier Frank Alw in Sumner Eureka Harold Dean Taylor Arminf;tou Norma n William Taylor Sprinfitield Da id Ilerliert Thomas Granite City Hohert Sauuiel Toml) Eureka Arthur Franklin Weaver Cameron Storm Renner H. Taylor A. Goode ciciit administration; that Mcriia (ioodc. Tliclnia C ' arrell. Annalxj (ioode, and Arthur ■a cr. arc doing tlicir part to uphold the scholastic stand- ing of the class; tliat Hartzell Ciivcns, Paul Eiscl, and Dominick Pioletti have taken part in forensic activities; that I.agene Drumniond holds tiu ' ))osition of College nurse amongst the administrative offices; that Alita IJyar, Elizabeth Ewing, Marjorie Marine, and Rutli Conipton are musicians of ability: tliat Jimie Scott supervised a well-|)lanncd Prom; and that Tony I5arra. Isadore Eeiken. Walt Ingcrski. anil Mau- rice Elder are tloiug their part for the athletic department, would not be amiss. J-- -1- L.. ll m Wi H ?) r a .Mill---r S. HarrofI llianit)crl.-iiii C arr l aniell .Aiiilcrson luxiiul Johnson Xclx.n Coplan Administration W ' ai.tkii Mh.i.kii I ' rc.iirhiit Cii ' SSiK FisiiKH Scrri l(irji ' ' rn ' ii.inri ' r Klizai:i;tii ' I ' nMi.INSON St lift 1 1 Hi j ri ' : i iilnlivf Pkofkssok AM) Mks, Junks C ' Uitis , ( I ' .vf ■ ■ Memb emoers Au(lri- Vrnirrson IViiu ' vltJii li:iyiii(Miil ' . Ariscll Kaiiipsvillr Itiilh Iv.ilcrinr ISccliti-l l- ' .in-ck.i tharlfs Ivlward Bdlin Mill cm Mussel I Wiiyiif (arr Kiirrka I Iclcn I ' Ji .;(lK ' tIi ( " haiiilicrla ji Marristoun I ' .lila- .1. (dlilall kcMalici- I ■carl Ma,i;ilal,-ru- Daniill Euroka l)un)tli I .ida Davidson Kiiri-ka Martha Kill, ill lwood (liissir l.drraiiic I ' islu-r Arminjitim .Inliii Clirisliaii I ialiocki ' r Dixon licrnailiiic I laj;aii K irt ' ka nriici- 1 1,1 rrisoTi .-. C ' liii ' ago Sainiicl (lliuii llarrod, .7r Kurt ' ka liowni I I la Kcwancr I ' .Iadv s C ' allici-iMi ' .lolinson Molim- I larlaii Del ,(iss .loiu-s Miiumk Nnriru- Ia ri;anl I, i- Master Knrrka W illiani K.iliirl li( Icllan ■IouIom Maiiri c (larlli .Mcduirr Kuri-ka ' m -h.. Anscll Hnli.-rk.r VVyatt Kllinit Kicc- M Ts. Jones Toniliiison Jcncs SOPHOMORES ? r ■ ' ..r» Roll Ncviiis Wc-tpiml () J ' -rien LcMasIc :£] i s-» - t» il Bonny I.cniise MoKenzie Toul;in ' tTa I.oviise Martens Washlmni Clladys ( " lent-va Martin Stcrliiifr Walt.T .1. Miller, Jr Chicago Elliei l- ' .Ti]Mia Morris Wash in}; ton Frederick C. Mursener Kcwancc William Arthur Myers Washinf;ton Clarence William Nelson ( " .rccnfieUl Bert William Xevins Cirard I )well Wayne N ' ewlon Dan vers Mara Lee Grayce O ' Brien Lewistowii William Uasar Ta lor illi- Holiert Ueichel Charles Dean Rice.. Elmer John Sepesi.. I.ewislown Tuscola Peoria Ellen Marie Smith Washinf;ton Charles Peter SulKvan. Enreka Elizalietli Mae Tnrnlinson ' Iduloii Eylene X ' issering Minonk Sliirley E. Waggoner h-ureka Koliert I.ouis Westphal East Moline I rene C!race Wilson Roanoke .Mary . rlene Wolfram Dixon Winona Wvatt CKvcl.fnd. Oiiio A VO P H. Jones Davidson Martin McClellan Sullivan Wolfram F. Mursener Hagan McKenzie Myers Reichel Wactroner f f ir f f - o f ' ' fp 4:d ' fzli. f WPi ' a py © 9 f , 1 © O m fi .9 p (!:j Q- W L.l!. Kwn.K lU.uikiu.-lm. Kuikr I ' uik l.r.i.lv Al.l.ot ( kius.n Inno Cater Fatilkiit-r Corl)iii ( rofooi V arjiiiuio 1 odiums Edwards l-nrniv lon.- Morrow V. Hat rod Strang Howe Kin« Duncan Hecren 1-ishcr Mesk-r Pcrachiotti Damaske PottciiKcr U ' lJrian J-. Henry .1. Murscner Knudseii lollivcr Sutton 4 Administration IJi i)i.i:v W ULIK I ' rcsidi ' iil Maiitiv Ixxes ' i(t-l ' rt!tUli ' iil M Miv I ' -vriks Sfcri ' tari Kateckvn TixiiLKY Treasurer James Kiley Sfiialr Hi ' i rr! rtiliiliri ' I ROKEssoH .James Members . l.n l,..nl,, Aliha.lusky , I ' .llisv illr Martli;i Ann Abhott La I ' .ul.-. Ind. Mary U.-li-n lU-ck Ottawa Dun Uolirrt lUaiiUinsliip Kurcka William Rex HiitK-r SaylnooU Tony C ' ar iilno Kiiuviid Ned Miltdii later Ddvcr C ' ainilla Anita ( " lauscn Srcur Oriinae Au(lrf ( ' orl)iii I ' ' .urri a Doris Klains Crofoot Arlii uti)n llriulits Honiaine Hiitli Daniaskc kcwaiu ' C ' I ' lioinas .leanettc Duncan Clri-cntii-UI Huth I.ynn Edwards IViatnr Mimiii ' Marie KuiMf : Kuri ' ka 1. 11) I ' aiilkiR-r Clroi-nficld .lainis Kisher Vrmin ton Mildred Marie Forney Ciruyinont Mell)a Minerva l- ' reitag Minii-r Holiert Orlistiis Cnady l ' iil a Sara N ' irjxinia Harrod Kiireka l.iniisi Xireinia Heeri ' n Flanajiun I ' ' ranei.s N ' elscm HeMin Kewanee !■ ' ranees 1 larriet I ieiiry Miinjrdim .Joseph Henry ' l ' ayl( r ille Cliarliitte I.orna Hosier C ' liiiai;ii Ifarliara .Iinie 1 liilennil) I ' l ' oria I ' lirti.i Rose llnwe Cowden Martin I ' .dward Innes Chicago ( )li IT (l.irk .IneJHinis Kureka Ualpli C .limes Winelu-ster . 4ft b V.rp AV ' alter Jacob K injr ..„ - Eurt ka Katherine Jean Kmiclsen Greenfieltl Frances Lena Kreiling Easton Marie Frances Legel Roanoke Bertha Margaret McCarver LaPorte, Ind. Scrilmer Woodrow McCoy Tokyo, Japan Holiert William Martin Kewanee Nettie Ciertrude Milligan Tani]iic() Marian Virginia Morris Bushnill Howard Amos Morrow Metropolis James Hamilton Miirsener Kewanee Frank William Nickel, Jr Enreka Paul Noftsker Chicago Ermal F.dwin O ' Hrian Taylorville Eliza lieth Mary Osman Ottawa Mary A. Parks ...Minonk Frank Tony Perachiotti Kincaid lister Graves Pottcnger Indianapolis, Ind. James WhitcomI) Kiley Eureka Jayne Elizalietli Hisser Danvers William Christian Hisser --- Eureka George Andrew Huliinson Eureka FRESHMEN Kaymorul Ciilhcrt Kussell Decatur Delfred George Sadler Neponset Hazelmae Sarber Oak Park Uichard William Satterfield East St. Louis Marian Elizabeth Schaefer Bilasper, India Herman Sclnvarze, Jr Birmingham, Mich. Dorothy Helen Sheppard Roanoke A ' erne S ' kaggs Greenhekl Bernard S. Smith San Jo.se Paul Parks Storm Minier Cliller Strang Greenfield George Wendell .Sutton West Liberty, Iowa Louise Elizabeth Teter South Pekin Ruth Nadine Tinimons Hoopeston Kathryn Irene Tingley Low Point Marthetta Louise Tolliver Taylorville Jay Mundell Tomb Eureka John Edward Tomb Eureka Ferdinand TomJyanovich Bulpitt James Edgar Wagner Tulsa, Okla. AV 11 1 ia ni Ha rold Wherley Lewistown DuiUev Anderson Wolfe Tavlorvllle Storm Riley J. Tomb Holcomb ] IcCarver Sarber Osman Russel Martin Wagner B. Smith Timmous Abbadusky Parks Legel Morris Skaggs Tingley Sadler Kreiling J. Risser Satterfield Sheppard Heflin Robinson Frietag V. Risser Milli(:an Shaefer Tettr Paschal J. Henry Wherley Tomlyanovicjl, James P jp S J fp f f ( ( P ! t t3 ai ? A 9 Unclassified Students ' upg I lioinpMin Until Cliristiiia Buhli.irl Eureka Cainill,! Anita C ' laiiscn Srcdr ICva Cniilisliank Fairbaiilt. Minn. liarlaii De Loss .Jones Miiionk I.ois Harriet I. yon Kiin-ka H.-n Holh iMinka l.oii Sii viler Mitaniura .Mrs. .S ' . M. Snyilrr Met.iniora ()ra lone ' i " lioin|)s in .M.-inlins .Marjraret .Mniuieil Toinli Kureka Helen Kraneis Williams Knreka I ' .XTKX.SION HoIuTt Janiiesoii Harvey Neva .ei er Wasliliiirn A Message from the Senior President V A V3 I ' Oiir vrars arc ilr.auiiii; ' to a close. .Vnotlier senior class is rc.iih to lie ushered into tlic nialestroin of liti . (Itted with tiie emlou merits tli.it only ;i coileiic education can briiin ' . As tor our work here, let |iostirit - determine the niche th.it the cl.ass of l! ;(t shall hold. . Iijilit it he said tlioiii;ii. tli it we li.ne •i en ourselves to adei|U.itily meetinL; the deiii.ands th.it .a colli nc coiiimmiitv h is ni.idc. Hut the iiTc.atcst o|i|iortunit v for ser ice li ' s .ilie.id. We must s.atisf society s (Icin.ands. , nd in doinji this we c.in ii.auuhl hut feel indclited to I ' urek.i (ollen ' c. I ' Or who is there hut who will confirm that these ears of inliinati ' .association — cnjoyiiiu ' . suflcrin r. yicldinji. coni|iiering, and Icarnini; with our fellow men — have irivcn us the .art of living touether. Let lieini; I ' .ni ' ek.a men .and vMiiMcn hi one of our greatest distinctions. Ch Alll.llS I ' llKlUllli. President of the .Senior C ' las.s. tHt ;b VALKYRIi: CHORUS IV SING FOR NEW EUREKA Chorus of Eds and Co-eds .!iisf|iliiiu- WifigiiiN £: ii ' j-- ia i l d-: ' J-i «?fc Siii - for luw Eu - rt- - ka. Likf moving- |)ai fantry Sinu; for new Eu - rt- - ka, — I 1 Lift hearts for F. u Live in our lii Hail ylorious Eu - n g re - ka. II - to - ry St- re - ka ; U ' itli M M _. m J[ 3 j- j- l J» j j =i t=§ :S In - niiiu- clear tile vi-sion dear of hrr tuw i!ay rong men who !are that we uiijiht sharr the cause of Truth, glowini; morn new hope is Imrn. ()h Eu - - re - - ka m • m - m i - m i ii ' i: i 3 I.i e lonsf ; O Eu - re - ka. True to old Eu - re - k;i. Throu " h eoniin " - hi.s - - to - - rv. St.and strong. () l- ' ,u - re - k.a. Thru True to new Eu re - - ka. Let NLiy nobler pa - - gen - - - try liow P i -zi i «i — ;• 3 » I 3 1 ¥ =s IB ch;ini;-ing form new lite is horn. () Eu stars of fire our hearts insjiire. () Eu trutii m.ide real for common wi-.il () Eu re re re ka ! ka ! ka ! e r I e ;z= =s= Siiiiloil H: (til siiiitciii X) Where to in such .i luirry. my friend? Siiuli-iit X: Come in from out I It ' s time for (iiee C ' luli pr.ietiee .at the CONS ERVATO RY N i 3J3 CONSERVATORY CKII ' K I.. I.A ' niHUl ' . .Ik.. KM. Director of the Pcf (irttm ' nt of Music and Professor of i ublic School Music and Theory. - - . - Xi, him, tlu- most funipk-tc life is ihai oiu- which is crtalivc. ' imWih KAMONA Cl£l IKSIIANK lllvMil). K.M. Professor of Piano and Orf an. - - - shr is (loin ; hrr part toward the (K-velopiiunt if a mort ' musical Ami rica. CKOKCK W. CI NN. UM. Professor of I ' oice. - - - - hi- can (Uiii ' )ii tiatc to his tu«iint how it --hnnhl In- lnne ii.M AM) KOiH Professor of I ' iolni. - • - ■ he thinks lli.it ptih.ips ivcn Kulnnoif rhusn ' t draw stuh a l)a l bow. M li(; AK i;i Ml l)l,l 1 lOMK Sludio Accompanist. - - - - she has accomijanicd for many piopli- - - - she can nitci|)rit many songs. M i!I ii S ION Director of Band and Teacltci iff Hand I nslrununls. - ■ - - 110 doubt the American public likes to be ixposed lo the Iietlcr types of nuisic. h I m rtrtb 1i ■ " 3; ? ti i f liack — LeMaster, ClKimherlain. Crofoot, Storm, Lauer, Frcit:ig. Etter, Anderson. Clausen, Henry. Harrod, Tingley, Dyar, Legel, Cater, Middle — Sheppard, Compton, Martin. M. C.oode, Tolliver. [. Ewing, WaKRoner, Risser. Johnson, Thomp- son. Henrichs, Grosse, Darnell, Detweiler. Front — Hercules, Visseriny, Close, Duncan, E. Ewing, IJeard. Marine, Ai)lMJtt. McKenzie. Sarber. Wilson, Howe. WOMEN ' S GLEE CLUB PERSONNEL Miirtha Ann Abliiitt Autlrey AndtTsmi Bevilali Close Jeanettf Duiu ' aii l.ydia Etter Melba Freitag Alma Lauer .layne Risser Shirley Wa L ' oiier First Alton Camilla Clauseii Aline Detweiler Pearl Darnell Lois Grosse Monta Henricks Frances Henrv Bonny McKen .ie Hazelmae Sarber Sec(nttf Sfiiiranns Ruth Coiu|it( n Doris CrofiMit Helen Cliamherlain Elizabetli Ewina; Minnie Marie Ewing Merna Cioode .lane Hercules Ciladys Martin Dorothy Sbeijpard l?etty Storm lionise ' l ' olli ' er Eylene Vissering Second Altos Margaret Cater Alita Dyar Portia Howe ' irginia Harrod Marie Legel Kathryn Tingley Irene Wilson FRESHMAN TRIO Minnie Marie Ewing A ' irginia Harrod Marie Legel sexi ' 1-:tte Audrey Anderson Shirley Waggoner Betty Storm Eylene ' issering .Mine Detweiler Elizabeth Ewing STRING ENSEMBLE Jane Hercules A ' ioliniste Ruth Compton Elle Ki-slei A ' ioliniste Minnie Marie Ewing.. N ' ioliste .Celliste Professor Ramona Beard Director Miss Marjorie Marine Accompaniste Miss Dorothy Sheppard Assistant Accompaniste Miss Elizabeth Ewing Organiste P 5=2=?= i! M PROGRAM ()ri;aii I ' l-iliulc TIk- (ilo- Club: Blessed Jesus Pnlrxtrina His Servant Israel Biirli Tiie (ohhler ' s Jig Seventeenth Ci ' iitury Air Tile Beetle ' s ' e(l(ling Genua n I ' olk Song The Freshni.in Trio: The Piper of Love Caific Wliere My Caravan Has Rested Spohr l ' liil()s(i|ihy Emmrll Piano liitrrlude Tile Sextette: The Snowstorm IiiH cr.s In the Luxembourg (Jardens Mannhu lialdiciii The Rainbow Boi ce The String Knseml)lr: Cantabile Serieuse I.iiwrriiic Playlet: Trio ami Sextette The Glee Clul.; Indian Mountain Sung Ciidiiuni Pastorah ' lliihl Nightingale and the Rose liinixl: i -l ()rf:nL )lj id All My Life lie Musie .S7;;w.v I ' .urrka Alma Mater TheS eason ■ ' fxe. Tile Women ' s filee (lull |irr|iarc s two formal programs a year the Christ- mas Program and the Spring ( ' (uiec rl. The Christmas Program of IlL ' it was gi (M in I ' lkiu. Minier. I)iu (rs. and three times in Kureka. It consisted of a eandleliglit proeessional. earols in dif- ferent languages, and Christmas numbers by the club. The Spring tour was made the latt r |iart of Mareh. Traveling by bus, the ehd) made a four-day lour, singing eoneerts iu eliurehes and high schools in the fol lowing cities: Pontiac, Joliet. Chicago. Hi hide re. Oregon. Mt. Morris. Dixon. Rock l ' " alls. Sterling, (Jrneseo. and Toulon. A Concert liro.ideast o (r WMIil). Peoria, closed the tour. The animal Knrik.i Coneirt u.is prcsi uted . " und.iy cMiiing. . pril I ' l. in the Chaijcl Auditorium. nr=t M) ;}1 Back— Morrow. J. Toinli. Aru.iM, SattcrfiL ' ] i, Slater, Cori)e. R. Tomb, Anseil. Cater, Coplan. Middle — Pluniley, N. Taylor. Sepesi, Storm, Harrod, Chapman, Mitchell, Sutton, EJsel, Sadler. Prof. iunn. Seated — Bennett, Bolin, Riley, Pottenger, Blankinship, Xewlon, Buchmueller, Thomas. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Norman Taylor President Paul Storm Secretary Rohcrt Mitchell Treasurer PERSONNEL M I I Si ' cond Timor Raymond Anseil Sylvan Arnold Bruce Bennett Raymond Corpe Lowell Newlon Howard Morrow Lester Pottenger Bass Robert Blankinslii)) Edward Bolin Eldie Coplan Wilbur Chapman Paul Eisel James Riley Delfred Sadler Richard Satterfield Paul Storm David Thomas Rol)ert Toml) Professor George W. Gunn Director Mrs. G. W. Gunn, Jack Habecker Accompanists First Tenor Eldon Plumley William Slater Norman Taylor Baritone Oscar BuchnuRller Ned Cater Samuel Harrod Robert Mitchell Harold Wherley George Sutton Jav Tomb ' Y 1 ' - MEN ' S GLEE CLUB .Season I ' Kfl IMiOCIiAM Now Lit I ' .viry ' I ' diiiiur Adnn ' I ' licc lUuh Water liipple anil I ' lou Arraiii;i(l I v Dcrms Taillor ( zeelidslov akiaii lol k-soni; ' Solds li I ' .liloii l ' lnnile and (noriic Sutton Jiollinu Down to Kio - (irrman Glee Club -t iii ' iiii . f= Air on G string C ' apriee ()ii I ' iorillo. Ihirh JVtiKslhiil F.lnier Sepesi J ' lantation Sirnirr Lani]) in the West I ' arkir Old Kiiii; Cole Forsi th Glee Club Friendsliip . Hiirsclir All ■riiroui.li the Nifjlit Wilsh folk-sona ' Minstrel Soni;- Old (ierinan air Messrs. Corpe, Bue hnnieller, .Sutton, ' I ' lionias The Wisdom ot Kini; Solomon .lames Rilev luuirl; 11 rii ' l ford .Sylvi.a .Sunset- - Po ' ol ' Laz.irus. SlHIlLx I an lie II iiirr Uork Glee Cll ' I ' he Two ( ireiiadiers. l.eetle Hateese .Scliiniiiiii II O ' llnni Robert Tomb Colli tje Sonus Wlioi))) em up Oski Wow ' Wow Alma Mater Data ' J ' he 19:J1- itinerary of the Men ' s Gli formal eoneerts in the Christian lnn-e I ' etersburi;. Knroiite. the club |iresented Iliiopolis, Hi irton. Sprinutielil, . thens, jjram over WT.AX. S|irini;(iel(l. 1- Club Mareh IS to Mareh 1 ' 1 ineluded lis at Clinton. Niantie. .S|irinuliild. and jiroiirams before assi inlilies at the Niantie. and I ' ltersburfi; liij h si ' hools. and a pro i f ( 1 k " 1 " -1, t % 1 s B-:-.-R Til r 1 :S " =i " " ■-1 t , 1 3: ' ■S F9 )- T i- - - ■-1 f » - " 1 1 l« M. Tomb, Slater, liennet, Arnold. R. Tomb EUREKA COLLEGE QUARTET PEHSOXXEL William Slater First Tfiior Bruoc Bennett Second Tenor Sylvan Arnold Baritone Holiert ' I ' oml) Bass drift ' 1,. Latlirop Director Margaret Mundell Tomb Accompanist ir fc ' I PROGRAM l.o. How a Rose E ' er Bloimiing. .. - " rrtc tris Breal Forth, Oh Beauteous Heavenly Morn Hnrh I ' raver Perfect Stenson William Slater itliin This Sacred Dwcllina Mozart Sylvan Arnohl When the Sun Goes Down Peiiii In the Xorthland Smith Teacli Me To Pray Jeicett Bruce Bennett Little Cotton Dolly fli ' ilul or Gray Robe H untie n I.idlaliy Moon liniwir The Sleigh k ' niiiiiz Tile Blind Ploughman Clarke Robert Tomb Swing Low Sweet Cliariot. ...Xegro Si)iritual Rememljer Me, O Mighty One h ' iiikel Xow The Day Is Over liarnbi THE SEASGX The Eureka College Quartet hris enjoyed a successful season. During tlie ] ast year and a lialf, the quartet has tilled one-bin«lred engagements and has lieen enthusiastically received wherever a program was given, . ppearances l)efore churches and high schools, before con- ventions and banquet.s, and programs over radio stations WMBD and WOC have demon- strated the versatility of the grouj). The quartet has declined many invitations for return engagements and for a))i)earances (m summer tours since facilities for continuation of the quartet were only availalile during the college year. An itinerary extending tliroughout all central Illinois as far south as .Mattocm and as far north and west as Moline ami Davenport has been covered. Its record of programs given during the school year shows its success in upholding tlie reputation of Eureka College quartets. The program used for formal ajijicarances is given aliove. For high school asseml)lies and for programs of a lighter nature, novelty numbers were used. THE ORCHESTRA Aniiarid KoHi ( " oiiducti .MKMHKUS ■ ' iist VidJiii KlU ' ii Kcsl.T .laiK ' Ilcrculi ' S Siionil I ' ioliii KIllKT Scprsi LcsUr Pot tender ( liirinit Kniial O ' Hritn (iciu ' Dviir Mildrrd FoiiKV Ii i.s. ' J ' lihn Ilouaid l) ar liiir ' itniK l{i)l)iTt IJlankiii hiii Vidld Until ( ' iiniplon Conn I Saniiul Ilaiiod, .Jr. Kldoii I ' luiiik V Uohcit (jradx Bassoon .1ii v llciirv Dm Ills W ' lriiiiia W ' vatt Data The orclicsh ' a holds icnular vvciklv nluarsals. Toward tlic close of each season it |ireseiils a foi ' - iiial eoiicert in the ( ' lia|iel Au(htoriuiii. Ai ' eoin- lianvin;; tor tlu roatorio. tDr the opeia. and foi ' iiinsie festivals. toi;(llier with indiviihiaj proiri-anis hy its sex ' eral iniinhers an- anioni;sl the |no|e ' l work ot this oiiiani atioii. -2 A _ 4 I .4-UlU I r I nri Seated — Esser, Davis, Gunii, Hakes, I.ockit , McPhefters. EUREKA CHORAL SOCIETY Niiictccntli Season (it ' orfic y . (lumi. Dirtctor PlTSCIlts THE MESSIAH Bi Handel SOLOISTS Eleanor G. Davis Soprano Marie W. Hakes Soprano Sidna Alice Lockie Alto Henry A. Esser Tenor Burl McPheeters Baritone ACCOMPANISTS Margaret Mundell Tomb Piano Romona C. Beard Organ THE CHOIUS Martha Aim Alilmtt Komaine Damaske Hiise Gray Margaret McCarM-r Niiicciit Stumpf Kicliard Allrn Pearl Darnell Lois (Irosso Bonny MeKen .ie (lecirfie Sutton X ' era Mae Allen Kiehard Dickinson Marie Hakes tlladys .Martin Xorinan Taylor .Viidrey .Vndersoii Sidna Ma - Dii ' kinson Sanuiel Harroil Burl Mel ' heeters Louise Teter .Mary Beck Dorothy Doan S. (1. Harrod Betty Richardson Ora Tliomnson Dan Benefiel Paul Doau X ' irgiuia Harrod Robert Mitchell Ruth Tiiumon.s Bruce Bennett Louise Dunbar Monta Henrichs Elizabeth Osniau Katliryn Tin;xley D. F. Blankinship .leanette Duiuan Frances Henry Elden Plumley Louise Tolliver Robert Blankinsbi]) Alita Dyar Jane Hercules I,ester Pottenger Jay Tomb Oscar Buclunueller Eug-ene Dyar E. E. Hifrdon Hazelniae Sarber Robert Tomb Ruth Butciiart Howard Dyar I ' ortia Howe Rieharil Satterficbl Eylene A ' issering ' Marfraret Cater Lavon Ellis Gladys Johnson Ida Schwartz Sliirley Wagfroner Helen Chamberlain I ' aul Eisel Silas Jones Jimie Scott Jewel Wallace Wilbur Cha|)man Henry Esser Ruby Kaufman Dorothy Shepiiard iMmncrson Wehrlie Camilla Clausen , nnette Ewini; Ellen Kesler William Slater Harold Wherley Beulah Close Minnie Ewin;;- Jean Knudsen Mildred Steidi-r I rem- Wilson Ruth Com])ton .Minnie Marie Ewin;;- Frances Kreiling Elizabeth Storm Dallas Zeiger Orimae Corbin Mellia Freitag Alma Lauer Paul Storm Frances Zeiger Doris Crofoot Hartzell Givens .Marie Legel Elsa Stumpf Neva Zeiger S ' idna Alice Lockie j ' M i% - m i r.railU ' , Plumk-y, K mt lliiiilin. Mcl ' lui-li-rs. Haws. Cli.iimian. Toml) Eureka College School of Music I ' ll s iiN THE BOHEMIAN GIRL An t)[nia ill Four Aft.s lijt liolf, ' C ' KOUCK CilNN, ( ' omluftoi ' Count Arnhcirn Arliric. liis (l;iu!ilit T CAST Rurl Mcl ' licfh-rs Act I., Alt.i Sue Rinkor ■ Kiin.iiiiiii Alts, Dolly Iloi-lliii ' I ' liadilfiis, MM r iliMl I ' rilf Hcnrv A. l ' ' ,ssfr Dcvilslioof, chief lit till- (li|)sies Hubert ' rnTllii ( iieeii of the (lipsies _ 1iiki lhi«s Floresteiii, t ' ouiit ' s lu phew l ' " .l(leM I ' hiTrih ' X Captain of the Ciiiini Willnir (hapiiiMii IJuda, att.nd.nil lo Ailiiie -Man h ' .le.iiior llarro.l Danseuse Marie iiradle Bruce Bennett Marie Bra die Margaret Cater Willnir Cha|)niaM Camilla Clausen IVarl Darnell Aline Detwiiler Bettv DicUirisou Alita Dyar Howard Dvar l.vdia Etter TIIK { ' IIOIU S l ' ' ,li ,aheth I vin " Merna (loode Mary I ' deanor liarr-od Martha .huu-s .I()hn Kemp William Marshall Marjorie Marine ISonny MeKen .ie Lowell Newlon |{a hel Pielverill Walter I ' nrdv Dorotliy Sc-heid William Slater Harold Sturfreon N ' orman Taylor David Thomas (ieorii ' c Turmai! l- ' lerw ' isser i ix Shirley Wajf onei S ' nzaniu- Weast Irene Wilson ()H(Ili:STHA Ar ' Uiand Koth, Coiuluetor First ioliM rmand Itoth. I ' .llen Keshr. Miriam I ' . Wrii;hl Seeon l N ' iolin Ishuer Sepesi, .lain ' Hercules ' iola h ' redcrick Uourland, Huth Comjiton " Cello Marjorie White, Minnie Marie Kwinj; ' Doulile Bass Huth I jonl)er;it ' r French Horn llari;rave Swift Trunipi ' l .Sanmel Harro l Trcunltone Diu ' olhy Da idson I ' iano MarL ' arc-l Mundell Tnudi -Fiii CHORUS V WHOOP ' EM UP Chorus of Eds and Co-eds HMrijinnized l y Marptrct Miindill Icpriili Jr- t-s — ■ -5- -»L 8- iiUJ ' j: jSj t(ir l- ' ,ii-rc- kM. I ' .ii-ri--k;i i-.u-lii-; Wi-ll wliuiqi irji up tor l ' ,ii-ri--k;t. A P P iia iJi i ii.Jiii i 4 Uj i i W ioi-lv liUMch are we ! O, we ' ll wli(]( |i ' eiri ii|i fur Ku-re-ka. I ' lii-re-ka, I- ' ,ii-l{c: With a ' hecr for Eii- i=i=t z p -• — 1» e - — ' O - - (h r r r m i ' ' iU k:i. Kah. liali. Kail. l(„li. la i3 iiiJ IJali. liah. Kah. ii,,l.. iai - r. 9 yfe: i u I j Kail, Kah. Hah, Kah. Kii - re - k » » F p ' r r I - r zt: PC jT i 1 i J. 2r: With a cheer for Ell - re - ka tt P P rT Vr Sfiiilciit X: Ho tliere. friend of Alplia Alpha Al|)h.i Aljili.i ! Wh.it I ' olhiws. ' StiiiJctit A : The honor.iry or!i,iiii .itions and tlie fr,iternitie . e. g.. tlie GREEKS BETA PI THETA Theta Delta Chapter Insl.ill.cl. Ill-Jli I- .rr -i4 -il. l!ack — Harrod. Visscrinii, Tomlinson, A. (loode. Hay, Pioletti Middle — W ' aji ' oner. Thompson. Jones. (Iray. IJutchart, Fleming. Front — Carrtll. Indicjff. Steidir. Dyar. OFFICKKS .M.iurinr Imlioff President Huth Hiiti ' liMrt Vk-e-President ' llii ' luKi CaiTcIl Secretary Mildnd St cider Treasurer Mrs. .Ml r 1 1. , limes Sponsor Mrs. I! (.SI II. Cray Critic li:MI!Klf.S liiilli liiilrli.irl S.iinucI lliirrod riicJMi;! Cirrill Maurine Imlioff Alit.i l) iir ni.niini ' k Pioletti .Sally l- ' leminf;- Mildred Steider . niial)el (iocide F.li alietli ' roinlinson Howena llay Kylene ' isserinf;- Bessie llaiiiillnn Sliirlcy Waiifroiier DAT Tlu-la Delt.a Cliaplcr of Hit- N.ilioiial llonor.iry |- ' reiieh I ' r.it.-rnitN . licta I ' i llud.i. was installed at l ' ' .nr ' ka Collefie in IM ' iii. Students « lio liavi ' attained sopliomore standinfi ' , who do ood work in l ' ' reneli, and wlm ,ire enrolled in .i course or courses more advanee l than internieiliate I ' Veneli are elif;ilile for nieinliersliip. .Memhers of Tlieta Delta chapter have won two Natio nal ] ri ,es: M.irion Thomas in the French drama contest and l ' li His Waiiii HH-r- in the I ' rt-ncli jioi-try contest. MaiiT-ine Im- lioff, and Mildred Stcidei-, li;i c entered the cssa conti-st this ear. ' i ' iie former chose for her siihjeet r l i ' s. ' niihint il ' .llfritl di I ' liinij and the l.ittci-, Lii vii ' ct leu (tctn ' ns dt Jittit- Jacr iti ' . ' liitti mttn. Theta Delta chapter is a memher of the French K,i..k a-.Monlh t ' luh. The liouks which It rtH ' cives are (iresented to the l " ' ,nreka C ' ollejie I.ihrarv. I " he jirojirain for Ut. ' l. ' i-IH consisted ot a study and discussion of the F ' rench No cl, paint- inj . drama, and music nf llic U ' lllh ' enlnry. " 7 ooi 1 ■ ' l (1 J-- -■T PI KAPPA DELTA Eurel a Chapter EstablisiKcl, IDKJ .i.j Rack — Piolctti. Lciktii. Scott. Russtrll, Hariud. Seated — (livens. W ' iuj ins. Henry. Habecker. Ol ' FICKHS Hartzcl Givciis... C ' liairiiiaii Executive Committee Prof. T. E. Wiggins Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Isadore Leikeii Raymond Russell Jimie Scott Dorothv Stautt ' er H ' artzell Givens Ernest E. Higdon Samuel Hariod Ellen ] Iarie Johnson T. E. Wiggins CANDIDATES FOR MEMBERSHIP Joseph Henrv Jack Halxckei- D lick Pioletti DATA The FAueka chapter of Pi Ka])])a Delta was established at Eureka, ] Iay 1. lUKl. A candidate for membership must have represented tlii ' college in an oratorical contest or must have engaged in at least three decision debates. m- 4CD vnio -S=f EUREKA SCHOLARS In.-iuuur.itrd, li)- 7 i - ; Members 1931-32 Firxt Semester Strplicii BiiiUlcy Mrrii.i (ioodc liiith Butrli.irt H.rtli.i M;irtin ' iri;iiii;i H.ill l ' .li ..ili tli I ' riiliiKii ' c .Mary K. H.irrod C ' liarlts lilaiikiiislii|) AtMlall( I (idOlll- Mari;ai " tt (Icavtr TlR-hiia Mott Second Semester Stcl)lu-n Hiiiklfv Merna (mxkIc Marcriiir aMila c T Katliai ' iiif cast ' I ' luliiia Carrill Ava Huiii;(rt ' i ril N ' irniiiia JJall Ariiialx-l (iodde Mary K. Harr,.,! Marian Hastiniis Tlioinas Ht ' iiliv Members 1932-33 F ' ir.sl Si-mexliT Mcrna ( ioodt- William McClfllan Sti|)lii ' ii Hinkltv Kdria I!,rl,st Ciladys Martin CJlissic l- ' isliir Arin ilirl ( locidi ' iri;iiiia I5all l .li ,al)ttli I )itkiiisi)ii (;iadvs Calcv Second Semester Miriia (ioodc ' rlionias Htiiliv William MiCl.llan iiuth Hutcliart Stiplit II Hiiiklcy (iiissif I ' islur N ' irninia Hall ISirnadinr Hagan (iiadys Martin I ' .li .alirtli Dii-kinson A A m Data Soon alter tlu- cnil of I ' acli sciufstcr tin- i ' uMilt committi ' f on standards com- piles a list of stiidiiils, nut (■ ci-i- lini;- in niunhrr one (wrnticth of tlif total enrollment of reiiular eolleiic students u lio li. ' iNe completed a normal proiiram of work durinil the precedins;- semester, u lio in tlicir judiiineiit and to tlic best of tlieir information li.ave done tlie lii ' st class «(irk. in l who are of nood moral chara ' ter. ' J ' he faeult ' approMs this list for election to [innilnrship in the l- ' .urcka .Scho- lars. This menilM isliip coritimics lor one semester. ;♦ At a I ' ormallv announced puhlie meeting, tin- president or dean of the colIei;c presents the silver key of the society to be worn durin{i the period of mcnibershi)). " trtfc V ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA Founrkd, li)28 Hack — Habecker. Slater, (liapm.iii, K. ' I ' lmil). IMumUy Seated — Hay, JHtwcilcr, -Mariiit:, MuiirR lis, l!utchart. MEiNIHKHS Monta Hcnridis Rowciia Hay Maijorie Mariiu ' Elltn Marie Johnson Wilbur ( ' liaj nian Knierson Leys Aline Detweikr Elden Pluinky Jack Hahecker William Slater Holxrt Tdiiili OFFICERS Monta Heiirielis rrtsideiit Marjorie Maiine Secretary-Treasuier Will)iir Chajtniaii. ...Cliaiiinan Membership Committee Fallen Marie Johnson Faculty Sponsor Data Alpha Epsilon Sigma may be terniid the honorary dramatic frattinity on the cam])us. Its memlHis are tiiose of the student body who lia t ' displayed talent througii taking an actiye ))art in dramatic productions. Pledges are selected finm those who show ability in geniiai acting, in character ])orti ' ayal, and in scenic ai ' t. Each year tiie organi .atioii pi-i ' scnts a y)lav to test the mettle of its own members. JWjl . ! ( n P NU UPSILON Honorary Scholastic Fraternity l ' ' i)uii(lc(l ,il l- ' ,iirt ' k;i, 1 !)2T MKMHl ' .KS Fruiicc ' s Maiiai) Ridouly ' 20 Sh ' plu ' ii Maxwell Coruy ' 26 Kulh Iluiii-ntord ' 26 jNlariiaret Goodo ' 26 Kdward Lori ' ii INIajor ' 27 Ilarv. V HuU-liarf ' 28 Kom i Wilson ' 28 Helen Heaver ' 28 Irene Hanier ' 29 IMary Pierce ' 29 Mary Mar aret Morrow ' 29 Averil Freeman ' 30 Olive Barker ' 80 Leslie I ' ierce ' 30 Walter Hadehaui h ' 31 Allen Aliny Iruin ' 31 HuHi l{iil(liart ' 33 Ma IV l ' " ,l( anor llarrod ' 33 ■ m z- e _j Data In Mav " t eaeli (ar llu- Ivliical lonal Standards ( ' oni- niittee seKels lliosi ' numbers ol lln ' senioi ' class who lia ( ' held nicnilMislnp ni llu ' I ' .ui ' cka Scholars lor fi c scnies- Icrs durni " ; ' I he four cars ol Ihe college course, or tor foui ' semesters atlc r Ihr cud ol the soplionioic ear. and who l ' Iheir chaiacler, ainlilw niduslix. and resource- fulness, as evidenced pari icularl h pntorniancc in tlu ' conipi ' eliensi -e examination, sei ni uorth of the honor. The connnittee |iresents these .students to the tacull ot the collei;-e for election to u I psilon. ' I ' he sludi ' Uts so el(i-tc(l ai ' iruli. ' ited into u I psilon and arc prnilcijed to Wi ' ar the ijold lsr of the socict V. 4 t ' w » ■-1 f " ■1 rlk " .} 1 I PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS Kachcl Pickuiill President Dorothy McClfllan F irst ' ice-Presidc ' nt Val tc r Miller — Second ' ice-President Kol)ert AI it flail Secretary MKMHERS DELTA DELTA PI Kiith Conipton Hiitli JJeclitel Lydia Etter DELTA ZETA Mildred St ' ider Betty Richardson Dorothy McC ' lellan PHr OMEGA Aline Detueiler Marjorie Mai ' ine Dorothy Stautt ' er THETA SIGMA CHI Arlene Wolfram Gladys Martin Rachel Pickerill PSI ALPHA LAMBDA Hart ell (iivens Howaid Moiidu Raymond Holmes TAU KAPPA EPSILON Da id Thomas Wilhur Chapman Charles Freburi;- THETA KAPPA NU AValter Miller Harold Taylor Robert Mitchell Jl W % II 1 Kcniicr. Brown, Straus, McCoy, Whcrlcy, Leys. CarKiiino. Woilc, J. Henry, .1. -Mur-icntT, Kisser Per.ichiotti, Smith, Marra, _) ' I!rian. Ska gs, Riisscll, Jot ' hunis, Kins, Molin, Morrow Ncwlon, F. Mlirscner, Inserski, Molmcs. Scott, (livi-ns, Kmcrick. Prof. H. ( " .. Aylswortli Prof. ,1. .S. C ' (iin|itoii r ' i ifoxs Prof. H. H. .l.-mu- PSI ALPHA LAMBDA Local poiimKii. Ili ' JO 9| ■|- PC ir-- r +1 .Marion I.ovelass Judjrc W. H. Foster OI ' l ' U Klt.S HMVinoiui ll(p|iM -s Pr -.iiliiit .liinie S -ott Vicc-Prcsiiicnt Hartzell Givcn.s Secretary W.iltir Iiiyirski Treasurer KdwanI Hi ill n Chaplin Ml ' .MIU ' .lt.S Kaymond Holmes, " 31 Greeiiiield Hcrscliel Kiiieriek, " SI Latham Wliittarre Rrowii, " 3.5 Ka sheer A alt T liificrski, ' . " tS Miiioiik Hartzell C.iveiis, " 35 Sayhrook Kmerson Ix ' ys, ' 3.5 Eureka ,Iimle Scott, " .i ' ) I luldiin illc. Oklahoma Tony Barr.L. ' . ' ) " ) Uoanoke t ' liester Hcioiir. ' 3.5 Kiireka Prederick .Miirsencr, " 3().. Kewarn I.i well V. Xewlon, " 36 Danvers Maurice .MKIidrc, ' 30 Kureka P.dward Bolin. ' 3(i Milton Charlis S ' lLllivaii, ' 36 ..Eureka Diidl.y Wolfe. ' 37 Taylorville l- ' .rm..l OBrian, " 37 Taylorville ,Iosi|)li 1 Iciirv . " 37 Taylorville ' ronv Cirfiniiio. ' 37 Kincaid Howard Morrow, ' 37 Metropolis W ' illi.iiii Kisser, " 37 Eureka W.illcr Kinj;-, ' 37 Eureka I ' MDC. i:.s T g Uayniond Hiissell, ' 37 Decatur Jim Mursetu ' r, ' 37 Kewanei ' Ferdinand Tomylaiiox ich, ' 37 Kincaid ,Scrili|iir McCov, ' 37 Tokyo, .lapan ' criu- .Ska;: " jrs, 37 Frank I ' erachiotti, ' 37 - Uernard Smith, ' 37 liiller Stranjr, ' 37 I.onny ,Iochums, ' 87 ( irceidii ' ld Kincaid San ,I()se (Mieidield Eureka «S«S fflfti m TAU KAPPA EPSILON iota Chapter Kstalili.slu-(1 at Kiiri-ka, iim Hack- Ir.ni-,, l.tiktii, 1, Tiaiih, H..miltni,. Nelson, Chapm.-in. Ail.im;, S itttrftelil, Noftsktr. Iniies. Pioletti. Middle— Cater. John tomb. Marshall, Heflin, Harrod. Kice. ( ' orp. . Met liUaii. Arnold. Markland, Barker. Itnchnuieller. Marlin. Schwarze. Front — Butler, lilankinshi]), Plumley, Freburg, Habecker, llennett. Smith, Thoma.s. Silas Jones Prof. George ' . (iunii Georjre Haeeker F ACn.TY PATRONS Dr. .1, I.. Kraiise Rali li MeKiiizie Prof. G. I.. Latlirop Ed. E. Robeson OFFICERS Cliarles Frebiirg Prytaiils Raymond Corpe Epi-Prytaiiis ' illiam Marshall Cryso))liolos Walter Smith Histor MEMBERS Sylvan . ronld, ' 3 t Decatur I yle Barker, ' 34 Eureka Raymond Corpe, ' 34 Colfax Charles Frehurg, ' 34 Prairie City Tliomas J. Markland, ' 34 rmington William Marshall, ' 34 Granite City Walter .Smith. ' 34 Eureka Uriiee Bennett, ' 35 Eureka Oscar Biichmiieller, ' 35 Minoiik Wilbur Cliapman, ' 35 Richland, X. ' . Willard Hamilton, ' 35 Greenfield Isadore Leiken, ' 35 . Minonk Elden Pbimley, ' 35 Manliiis Dominick Pioletti, ' 35 Roanoke David ' i ' liomas, ' 35 Granite City Rex Btdler, ' 3ti Sayl)rook .lobn Habecker, ' 3() Dixon .Samuel Harrod, ' 30 Eureka William McClellan, ' 3( I ' onlon Clarence Xelson, ' 36 Greeniield Roliert Reichel, ' 36 Lewistown Dean Rice, ' 36 Tuscola licdiert Blankinsh]), ' 37 Enreka Ned Cater, " 37 Princeton Martin Innes, ' 37 Chicago Paid Xoftsker, " 37 - Chicago PLEDGES Leo Faidkner, ' 37 Greeniield Francis Heflin, ' 37 Kewanee Ual|)b .Tones, ' 37 Winchester Robert Martin, ' 37 Kewanee .lay Tomli, ' 37 Eureka John Tomb, ' 37 1 Eureka 4J- ' 11. Taylor. Mitchell, Dixon, Carr, Vi;sti)hal, Ansi-11, SumutT PoKcnger, Sutton, Slater. Sturgeon, Wagner, Coplan Riley. Br.ldle, N. Taylor, Myers, Klder, Miller. Sepesi A. C. Cr iv E. K. lli-(lc: K AC I I. TV .Iiuu)l) liinkt-r T. E. Wi ' Tgins THETA KAPPA NU linois Alpha Chapter Established at Eureka, 192.5 111 - - r - +4) OKFICKUS AVilliaiii S later Archim N(M-iiiaii TaylDr Or.irli ' UciluTt Westphal Treasurer Dean Hr.iille. :U Walter Dixon. ' 31 Uoherl Mitehell. ■:) I- t ' liarles Roelini. ' IH William Slater. --H llanilil .S ' turfjeoM, " ;il Il.inild lavliir. :M .Maurice l- hler. " .i ' l Deeatur Eraiik Siiiiiiier, ' :}• " 1 ' ,iirek.i Ndrni.iii Ta liir, ' :i ' , - ' |iriiii;lielil K.-iMnciiiil iisrll. ' ;!ii ,M I ' M UK US lanek.i l ' ' ,l(lie ( ' (i|ilaii. ' . " i Kcwanee Streatiir Walhr Miller, " Mi Chicago i- ' .iireka W ' illi.iiii . lyer.s, ' 3li Washington Wasliingtim I ' r.iiik Nickel, " 31) Eureka .Miiliiie l ' ' ,!riier Si-iM-si. ' ;!( I ' eoria . Siirinfilii-ld liuhcrl W.-st|ihal. ' Sli East Moline . AriiiiMiiton liiissell Carr. ' 311 .....Eureka l.istcr I ' cittcnger, " 37 liidian,-i]iolis, Tnd. .l.iMiis Hiley, " 37 Kiireka Cc.iri;!- Sultdn. ' 37 West Liberty, la. K:iMi|vs illi- .l.inics ' .(;;iu-r. ' . ' i? Tidsa. Okla. Vanl Ki.sel. ' .ir, Hnb.-rt j ' Ncli. ■:). ' ) IM.I ' .DC.KS St. l.iMiis. .Mo. Ilr-.icc I l.irrisiin. " .■ili Wasliin;;(iiii Willi.nii liasar. ' 3li Chicago Tavliirville - ■■s I , J 1 1 J i « - 1 1 1 5- 1 .fc. n U I ts m 1 Editor ' s Note: Since the art department was not swamped with entries for the suap-stiot con test, it went onto the campus and compelled them to pose. Note the results! 1. Patron Henry Brubiker, seated at the left, lakes this opportunity to formally present the boys of I Phelta Thi. The I Phelt sweetheart is looking out of the window at the right. 2. When Habecker took this snap of some of the boys at the Teke house, he charged double price for the prints on account of Martin ' s poisonality smile. 3. Presenting Minnie Marie and Elizabeth Ewing. Minnie plays the viola. 4. This picture might h?ve been titleil " Min and Hill " , but Corpe ' s name is Ray. 5. Richardson, Goode, Cater, and Lauer haven ' t sung any concerts as yet; but they ' re a (luar- tet of ood pals anyhow. 0. There are smiles thai make us happy. We think so too. Miss Johnson, Miss E ' ater, and Miss Grosse. 7. How do you do. Uean Harrnd and Prof. Lathrop? W ' as the ordeal (|uite that bad? 8. Meet Charley, Thuy, and Levi! Is it hotter in the summer or in the country, boys? 9- We liked the smile, Renner, and we thought that others would like it too. 10. Introducing Messrs. Kincaid, X. P-iylor, Sadler, H. Taylor, and Ansell. 11. Right to left — Beckj Ewing, Morris, and Parks on the campus. 12. We don ' t know about the occasion, but Knudsen, Tingley, Corbin, and Ihirmd (huuLiht it would make a good picture. 13. Just before the class, prnfe::-sor! Kiley believes in using his head to save his feet. 14. The girl and the boy are Cater and Nelson. Editor ' s Note: A photographer can get away with a lot of things. So could Al C ' apone! 1- :i DELTA DELTA PI Local Fouiul.-d. lilll) " ir b ' Hayan, Morris, Waggoner. Thompson, E. Smith, lltcrcn. Picchtcl, l-cMastt-r ] avi(lson. Kisser, Johnson, Edwards, Harks, Sheppard, Dyar Carrell, E. Ewing, Etter, Comjiton, Hercules, M. Ewing 1 ' AlKONKSSKS Mrs. .1 . A. liinkcr M rs. .1. M. AIUm Mrs. ,1 . I,. Kraiise OFFICKUS M IS. Hic-li,ir l Dic-Uinsdii. Si I-ydia Kttcr President Ciliidys Johnson Secretary .Jane Heroules Treasurer Alitii Dyar Correspondiiifr Se Tetary Odrcithx Nickel S(i -ial C ' liairinan .MI.MKF.US I.ydia Ktter, •»!. Palmyra Bessie }|aniilt(in, ' 34 Maiden Dorutliy i kel. " 3i Eureka Tlielma Carrell. ' ar, Mt. farniel Kiitli C ' omiitiin. ' 35 F iireka Alita Dyar, " 35 Eureka Elizalietli Ewinjr. ' 35 Eureka Jane Her ules, " 35 I ' dutiac Doriitliy Davidson, " 3fi. Uernadine liaiian. " 3() ( ' .l.idvs JoliTisDn. " 3() ..Eureka ..Eureka ...Moline llulli licelitil, ' 3(i.. Eureka Xc.riTie I.eMaster. ' 3( Eureka I ' .llcii Sndtli, ' 3(i AVashingtou Sliirhy Wafrponor, " M Eureka Minnie .Marie l ' ' .winjr, " 37 E ireka l.diiisi- llecren, ' 37 Flanapin M iri.in Mdrris, ' 37 Bushncll M:ir Parks, " 37 Minonk pi.i:ih;ks ' liulli iMlwards, ' 37 Decatur Jane Kisser, ' 37 Daiivers Diinithy Sliipii ird, ' 37 Roanoke ai ' U i . ? i . 1i " 37 DELTA ZETA Pi Chapter Kstiililislu ' d at Kiin-ka, um l iiin,in, 1 ' . Hfiiry, i iinliar. V ' isserin;;, S.irlKT. ' Inmiuisdii. I ' k-niing Laucr, Stcider, Richardson, Harrod, Kiiudsen, A. (loodc, C ' orbiu Storm, M. Goode, Anderson, McCIellan, Tinsley, O ' Brien, Cater FACri.TY Marv HiHivtT .loties PATRON ' KSSKS Mrs. Mac Dickinson Miss Laura Van Dvke Mrs. Roliert Dickinson .Mis. A. f. Gray UKKICEUS Dorothy McCIellan , President Sara Fleming Vice-President lionise Dunbar Secretary Audrey Anderson Treasurer Mildred Stcider Social Chairman MEMBERS Louise Dunl)ar, ' 34 ,Taylor ille Sara Fleming, ' 3+ I|)ava Dorothy McCIellan, 3 Toulon Mildred St ' idcr, ' 34. Eureka Mari;aret Cater, ' 35 - Dover Gaylia .Mcrna Goode, " 35 Hartslnir}; ' Annalicl Cloode, ' 35 N ' irdcii . liua I.auer, " 35 Lincoln licttv Richardson, " 35 Lincoln .Audrey Anderson, " 3( Princetcui . " Vlara Lee G Brien. ' 3(j Lewistown Kathryn Tingley, ' 3(i - Low Point l- ' li .aheth Tonilinson, " SO Toulon Eylene ' issering, " 3(i M inoid riniae Corl)in. ' 37 ' _ Eureka ' irginia Harrod, " 37 Eureka .lean Kniulsen, " 37 Green tiekl PLEDGE.S ' Heity .S ' toriu, ' 35 _ Minicr Mclha Freitag, ' 37_ Minier Doris Crofoot, " 37 Arlington Heights FraTU-es Harriet Henry, " 37.- Aliingdon .Teaiu ' tte Duruan, " 87. Greenfield Ha .ehnae Sarher, " 37 O.di Park J - PHI OMEGA ; Local FiHiiicUil. U ' M Heslt-r. .McCarvt-r. Marine, ToIHver, Beck. Damaske, Osman. Tiininons, Tl-Ict Hay. Elliott, W ' y.-itt. Lejifl. Kreilinj;. Forney. Fi lKr Orossc, C " harnl)er!ain. lUnrirhv. .Stauffir. Dttweilcr. IinliolT. I ainell Mrs. li. (i. , ls (uili Mrs. lU ' DMi Collmrii r ATUOM ' S.ST.S Mrs. C. v.. M.lt( .Mrs. I). F. IShirikiiisliii) .Mrs. (Iforac H.icckcr OKFICKHS Dorothy Stauffer President I.ois (I ros.se Vice-President Ada .MeC ' .irver Seeret.iry Gussie Fisher Treasnrer Mine I).-tw.-iU-r. IH I.ois (irosse, " 3k Moiit.i ll.Tirielis. ■.•n MMurinc Iinlioir. ' 31 ... Ad.-i MeCarvcr, ' 31 Dornlliv .St.nillVr, ' 31 MKMBF.U.S F nreka Koek Falls I.it,-hru-l(l l- ' .ureka I.al ' orle. liul. ll.nita. (ia. Marjoric M.iriiu-. ' 35 1 ' rinci-tiiii Helen Cliariiiirrl.iin. ' 3li I ' earl Darnell. ' 3(i Martha I ' lllioll, Hd (Iiissie Fisher, ' 3(i Itowena Hav, " 3(i I la rrislown I ' aireka t vood A i " niinj;ton Ki ' wanee M ' inona Wyatt, ' 3() (ievejand, (). Martlia Ann Alibott, ' 37 l.al ' orte, liul, Mary Heek. ' 3T Ottawa Koniaine D.ini.iske, " 37 Kewanee Mililreil I ' inney, " 37 Grayniont 1 .orna I lesler, ' 37 Chieago Portia Howe. ' 37 ( " owden F ' r.Mu ' cs K reilitm, ' 37 Kaston Marie Feiii 1, ' 37 Roanoke Marjiarel MeCarver, ' 37 I .a Porle, Iiul. F ' lizahetli Osin.in, ' 37 Ottawa Marian Sehaeter, ' 37 Bilas])er, India I.onise Teler. ' 37 .South I ' l-Uin. Until ' I ' iinnions, ' 37 Hoopeston I.tniise ' I ' olliver, ' 37 Taylorviile Pl.F.DC.KS Saxini I ' .ldriilm-, ' 37 Princeton P CHORUS VI OSKEE WOW WOW Chorus of Student Activity Officers and Personnel H:ii ' iiiiMiizt-(l li Islizalicth Kwinu l rrinis i(m ty (. ' ar! Fi i ' licr Co. Stiiilriif X: Have you filltd out tliu rcctiit Senate questionnaire? Stiicliiit B: Xi). What is it about ? Student X: It ' s a elicek-ui) on student A L I I V I I I t J STUDENT- S E N A f ' Back — Riley, Miller, Slater, (livens, Frebur , Middle — Scolt. W ' ampler, Harrod, Jones. liinklev. Seated— Piekerill, Meflellail. T ) llin clM, Stailffer. OFKICEHS St.-pluTi BiiiUli-y I ' residfTit llartzril tiivciis N ' ict-l ' rfsideiit W. T. .lackson Secretary SKN lOliS Str]ilien liinliley Senior el.-iss Hart ell (iiveiis Seeond s| eaker KlJ7.al)etli ' roinliiiMin Sophomore class .lames Kiley Frcslim.in class .Tiiiiie Scott Bonster C ' liil " Charles Krehiirf;- Hoard of l ' ulilicatii i s Maurice MeCnire tlilctie Board David ' ihomas Social Hoard Uaciicl I ' ickcrill I ' iiMhcllenic Cdimcil Williaiii .Slater C ' aminis Council of Heli.L ' ion Dorothy StantTer Women ' s Ccnincil Vall,-r Miller Panhellenic I),o-.ith .MiClellan TaidielleTdc T. K. Vi}; ins Mary Hoover .(ones W. T. .lackson De.in ' .im] ler Dean Harrod rresideiit I .von Faculty Ex-officio 4 i Data Uefiular i illil nicliii of llie Srn.ile of i ' .urek.i Collcllc called to order by I ' resldent liinkley - - - - miinitcs id ' .Iutu ' ( 1(IM3) meetinii read and a|)|)roved - - - reports of re))resentatiMs ln-aril • - - - . ' I ' lie campus studi-td aov erunu ' id, invested in the .S ' enate, serves to e.slalilish .and to coiuluct .i cooper.iti c form of colle!;e siovcrnment h.ivin facidty and student representation. To exercise su|iervision over all stu- dent organizations which have seats In the Senate, to supervise all school elections, aiul to hear evidence In cases of infraction of the niles of the college are niinihcri-d .iuion si its didies. Once each incnith a student fornni is assembled to present reports of the Semite and to transact ollicial student business. A =4==? huiilMr. LaiiL-r, An.ltrs.m. McCK ' IKm, Kh.liaf-Uon ) " l ' .ricii, StaufftT. Waniplcr, lleiiriLhs WOMEN ' S COUNCIL OFFICERS DdiDthy Staiiffer I ' r.-sidciit Mara Lee O ' Brien Secretary-Treasurer Marv Hoover Tones ) t-. i . , I.y.lia Alice Wanii.Ier ( Faculty Advisers MEMBERS Seniors .1 iiiiiurs Dorothy MeClellan Betty Storm Louise Duuhar Alma leaner Dorothy S ' tauifer Bett UichardN.ni Monta Henrichs ,, , r rrsiniHtn So,,homon-, Margaret MeCarver Audrey Anderson Mara Lee O ' Brien Data ' riic Women ' s Cniiiicil, iiriiani cd in lO ' Jt, series tlio nm for student government within the dormitories. Its persomiel, coniiiosed of faeulty memliers and student reiiresentatives, eleete l from tlie four classes, pass- es u| " in iiroiilems eoinuion to tlic general wilf.iK ' (if the women of the eollege. ,=t±: m g 5: ■? O Back— Chapman, Keys, Aylsworth, Sturgeon, Slater. Huchnuu-ller. (livens, Newlun. Scaled — Sarber. Cater, Stauffer, Henrich , A. Goode, Dunbar. CAMPUS COUNCIL OF RELIGION OKKlCl ' MiS William Shiti-r Prcsidi-iit Oscnr liiicliiiuu-ller Vice-PrcsidiMit l.iiiiisc l)iiiili,ir FiiiaiH ' ial Sc Ti ' tarv and Trfasunr Aiiiialul ( 1 uk1i- SiHTi-tary lirst st ' im ' strr .Mipida I li-nriflis Secrctarv — sociiiid si ' iiu ' stiT FacalU dviscrs Y. V. C. A. MEMBKUS Prof. H. (;. Avisw.irtli | I ' rof. K. K. Ili.L ' diin ( Marfrari ' t Cater Moiita IIfiiri lis .Vnnahcl (i kkU- Wllliiir ( ' lia) inaii Mcdhurx ( llartArll (livens Y. M. ( ' . 1.1) well .Newlon i Harold Stnrireon — first semester... (Ii.ipil ( Unini Manriee l " ' .lder- second semester.... ' Ha .elmae Sarlier I ,, c i c i i r-i ,, , ,, ... ' f Lanu)iis huiul,i hcliool (I: Il.-irt cll (iivi-iis .. ' l)oi-cilli .Slaiitl ' cr ,1 II 1 1 ,■ II ,, . ■ ,. }■ Biiduet I ollc ' .M.I r in Keys •lull th tors Date The Ciim])ns Council of Helifrion is an oriranizatioii for the imrjiose of correlatiufr all relijrioiis ,i -tivitics of tlie eainpns. Its niemliers are representatives of these relifrious jiroujis. ' I ' lic corri ' laled liiidi:il. u liicli is .i fund iinderu rit I. ii li student siiiiseri|itinn, l.d es eare of the exi)enses incurred liy the or ianizatioiis. The Campus I ' oiincil sn] ervises the collci ' tion and apportiiMUuent of this fund to those orfrani .ations re))rcsented in the Coinicil. The prrsideiil, ii ' c-|iresiden(. .iiid riii.-nici.il seirrlar of the C.inipus Couiu ' il arc elected at larf;r from the stiidi ' id hody. . l ilrsi nated limes the Council assembles at a dinner mictiiiL ' al I, ilia ' s Wciiid to ilis| ense with rcuul.Mr business. T ■■1 - 1 - 1 i,. ]i - ' u 1 c ' - 7 ■ % ■i " m X-! y. W. C A. CABINET OFFICERS Margarft Cater President Miinta Henrich.s ' ice-President Elizrtlieth Ewing Secretary Alita Dyar Treasurer MEMBERS Betty S ' tiirni Lake Geneva Representative —Meetiiiij ' s Cliairin::n Marjorie Marine Miisie Chairman Gladys Martin Pid)licity Cliairnian Diircitliy Davidson Y. W. C. A. Room Chairman Manrine Imhoff I.ake Geneva Fund Chairman Mell)a Freitaj? S ' oeial Service Cliairnian Aline Detvveiler Social Chairman Data The Eureka chapter of the Y. W. C. A. v as estahlished in 19(t(). The organization ]uir- poses " to unite in a desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, to have a part in making tliis way of life possilile for all ]H ' (i])1c. and to seek to under- stand Jesus and to follow him. " A. r.oode, E, Evvinp, Marine. Imhoff, Tonilin- on Il.iiri. li-. IlrtwiilLT. CiI.T. Mirtm. Il .ii y. M. C. A. COMMITTEE Scntcil — MiK ' loii. Aylsworth, Givcns. MKMBEHS lliirtzi ' ll Givcns . Clmirmaii AVill)iir Chapman Harold Stur i-on Marvin Keys Kobcrt Westplial vls«ortli. I ,. ,. . , ■ ,-, . , r racultv Advisers lli don I ' rof. 1{. G. Prof. E. E MEDBURY CLUB OKFICEKS Artlmr Weaver Exeeutive Chairinaii MK-MHKHS Orvilie Allen Sylvan Arnold I ' ieree Hojrardus Osear Unelmiueller Wiiliur Chapniaii lien H. Cleaver Charles Day Hartzell Givens Prof. .Vylsworth Prof. E. E. Iliiidon Howard Morrow Artluir Weaver William Miter Slater, Day, Allen, Aylsworth, Arnold, Buchmueller Chapman. Higdon, Givens, Weaver, Morrow The Y. .M. C. A. fiainiil inomentnin diirinsr the past year. The organization cooperated with the ' ' . W. in pniinotinj: the annual Grind and the animal all-school Halloween party. On .March 21-. the V. .M. si nisored an all-school liaiuiuet at I.ida ' s Wood where the col- lege baskctliall men were the guests of honor. Dr. Whitlock of Washington was the speaker of the evening. Regnlar meetings (hiring the Eall .inj Winter months stimulated student thinking on current economic and social ])rol)lems. Faculty members, students, and guest speakers led these discussions. The steering committee, with Hart ell Givi ns as chairman, sui ervised the organization. The Medhnry CInli, nanu ' d for Dr. Charles .S. Medliiiry, who took his undergra luate work at Eureka, was organized in the fall of I!)32. Tho.se men on the campus who are actively engaged in the ministry, who are planning to enter the ministerial field, who are students of religions Education, or who are definitely interested in Christian evangelism comprise its members. Problems, common to the group, are tliscnssed .it regidarly appointed meetings. |- " Tftfe — I ' 3l Si UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA FELLOWSHIP St(()lR-ii Hiiiklt V. 3 1. lias ;u ' fe|)tiil tin- award of a ftraduate assistantsliip in cluniistrv ti) tin- University of Nebraska where lie will matrieu- late to pursue study and research in the field of chemistry. Mr. Hinkley lias attained liii;hest honors in his irraduating class at Eureka. He has been on the Eureka Scholars every semester of his eolleire career and has maintained an excellent standard of scholastic work. In addition to this. Binkhv has been the laboratory assistant in the eliemistry depart- mtnt for the ])ast four years. Stephen Binkley i ' Umt i ' i¥r .limie Scott REPRESENTATIVE IN ORATORY Jimie Scott rejiresented Eureka in the 193t meet of the Illinois Intercolle iate Oratorical Association held at Bradley Institute. The New Deal was the title of the oration which .Mr. Scott wrote and delivered. Profes- sor James, who supervised the department of men ' s oratory for the past year, worked in con- junction with Mr. . lott to facilitate a master- ful composition and a i id int( r])retation of the oration. .1 -■ ' ■ Mmmmmmm «) fi+H " iiii fajtj MEN ' S DEBATE Tin: ( ri ' .STioN KesDlvfd, tliat tin- powirs of the I ' lisidciit d the I . S, sliuiild he materially iiureascil as a settled pollcv. THK TF AMS .IffiniKil ire Xef atii-e Haymond Hiissell First speaker Samuel Marrod First speaker Harlzel tJivens Second speaker Isadore I.eikeii .-. Second sjieaker Dominiik l ' i iletti Alternate ' .peaker Pan! I ' .isel Alternate speaker T. K. WisiU ' ins Coaeli of Deliale Lei ken Ha r rod Russeli (liven T ,Ml-Mi Kis. i March Marcli March Ma -eh March -March March March pril Date rill. SC lll.DLI.K I) Eureka (atllrmativc) vs. Macomb (nefrative) !• — F.ureka (negative) vs. Wesleyan (affirmative) H — Kureka {neirative) vs. St. Viator (artirniativo) Ki Knreka (nepitive) vs. North Central (altirmative) 2(1 — Knreka (affirmative) vs. DeKalh (negative) 23 — Knreka (affirmative) vs. Whcaton (negative) 27 — Knreka vs. Hradley (affirmative and negative) 2i( Knreka vs. Ncninal (affirmative and negative) III Xation.d I ' l K.-.p|ia Delta dehate tonrnanient at I .c in ti n, K . ( )ni- nii ' nilicf fr Mn the negative team, Sanuiel llarrod. and our irienilier of tin . ffirmative team, Raymond Unssell, repre- scnli l I ' .iireka at th. ' National I ' i Kap]ia Delta convention where tlu ' y advanci ' d to tlie Irftli round, debating botli the negative and the affirm.ilivc side of the ipieslion. J$oth of l ' ' .nri-ka " s deliate teams, the affirmative ind the negative, made a conunendahle showing in the debates in which they eTigaged during the past season. F ■■1 " 1 1 - 1 ■ ft Lcikt-n lilankinship Sturgeon ( hapnian BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS OFFICERS Charles Freburg- - President Harold Sturgeon - Secretary MEMBERS Prof. T. E. Viou;iiis _ - Faeulty Councildr CliarKs l ' ri ' )uru ' _ - Editor of tiif I ' cfiiixiis Harold Sturneon — Business Mgr. of the I ' l-f iixiiM ' inuir Chapnian Editcu- of the I ' ll ism Isadore I.eiken Business Mgr. of the I ' hism Dean F. Blaiikinsliip Representative from tile college business (hpartuient Data The board of publieations nieits ngularly to determine journalistie jiolieies, to olfer solutions for budget ditlieultirs. and to discuss problems relative to the campus publications. wmm nisii Smith, Dixon, Lt ' ikeii. Adams, Sturgeon, Harrod, (iivens Seated — I ' Veburs, Hay, A. Goodc, Cater, McClcUan THE PEGASUS ■J DATA ' I ' lic I ' cfidsiis, -.1 wi-cklv iirwsp.ipir to n|ir(s nt the life. s|)irit. tr.iilitiniis. .iiul aims of I ' . ui ' ( ka ( ' ollcnv — first suimiud up its raisoii d ' ctrr as liaviiiij; tin- purpose to stiiiHiiatr literary work ami ionriiaiisiii aiiioim ' st stu iiiits; to cncouranc atlilttics; to establish a hcttir undirstandiiiu; lietwetii I ' .urcka Collruc ami the otiur colleges of till- hrotlurliood ; to l)rin - about a closir rflatioii--hip between the other colleges of tile state; to cneoMra ;c seholarsliip : and to keep abreast of the times. ()li cr W. Stewart and li . I ' ,. Iliironymus were the editors of the first I ' .urcka J ' f axiis- which was published in the spriiiij of ISSil. It coiitiiuicd then to appear as a tliirtv-two |).ai;( monthh- edition until li)2:( when flu inakc-u)) was changed to the present four-p.ii;e we(kly ni wsp.i per. Before the close of the first semestir of the ye.ir I !»:i:i-:i 1-. all-school elections chose ' illialu McClell.iii lor editor, liouiji.i Hay for .assistant eilitor. .and .liniic Scott for business managir to serve in tin se jobs for the ensuing year. M.irg.aret Cater and Kylenc ' isscriiig were added to the staff as W. A. A. reporter and music conscrv.atory reporter res|iecf ixcly. STAFF (h.irh s I ' reburg Editor Ilartzell ( ii ens Assistant F.ilitor Sanniel I l.arrod. .1 r. ' ) Jsadore Leiken Y Walter Dixon ) Ada McCarver Kxeh.inge I ' .d it en- Annabel (loodc Ueportcr Walter Smith Sports T. I ' ,. Wiggins Faculty Ad iser Harold Sturgeon business Manager Ward Adams ) ( irculation W . I);ivid Thomas ( .C ' olunniists .an.auers :, Mki i-mh " 9- - PRISM STAFF u i% 1 ' ii.iirR Chapman Editdi-in-Cliicf Hartzell CiiVEN.s Faciill 1 Editor William Slater Seiiinr Kd ' ilur Til ELM a Car he LI Jiui ' un- Editor Alita Uyak Associalc Editor Merna Goode -Issociatr Editor MAH.roHiE Marine Coiiscrz ' iitori Editor Jane Herci ' Les irt Editor E. Riley . Giirst Arti.sf Domini tK Pioletti it hi it ic Editor Paul Eisel ixxoiiiiti- Editor Ward Adams is.sociatr Editor Annabel Goode Organisatioiix Editor Robert Tomr Features Editor Charles Freburg. Associate Editor Alma Lauer Secret an IsADORE Leiken Biisiiicss Maiuif er David Thomas.. Advertisitifi Mniuu er Bruce Bennett Assistant Advertising Manac er Betty Storm Ruth Compton Margaret Cater Elizabeth Evving Rlden Plum ley Norman Taylor .Solieito Faciilti Adviseri Commission Professor Latliroj). Cli.-nnn.iii Professor Aylswortli Professor Wieains Bureau of Stiideut Council Artliiir U ' tavtr. Cliainuan Harold Taylor Labile Drumiiioiul Diiii.ild K ni]ill s: I ' ioletti, Slater . dams. ;ivi.n.s, la-Einctt Pluniley. Leiken, Hercules, Carrell, Dyar, Chapnian, Thomas M. (irjotie, Richardson, Storm, Cater, A. Oooiie, Marine, Compton -Yi-t . d w ' .-nit MtkIit lni;.T ki SOCIAL BOARD oil ICKHS I ).i id riioiiias I ' l ' isidiiit Mil(li-i ' (l Stride r Srcrctary M I ' M Hi: Its Alice A. Niiuts ) r I. 1) » . I .J ' aeiMt Ke|ir(Miit.it i es M.ii-y Hoover Jones j Mildred Steider | W.-dter liiijcrski V Stiideiit Hi preMiil.itives 1);m id ' I ' lioiiias J Data I ' d dei ' ide ii|ioii and to su|Hi ' xise all eollei; ' e soi ' ial luiiclions. to serve as a cle. ' iriiii;- liouse for the social calendar, and to exercise special powers granted In tlie senate are listed anlO • the duties ol the Social Hoard. A a ' A BOOSTER CLUB OFFICKHS Jiiiiie Scott I ' residciit Norni. ' Hi Tavlor ( . • i i- ■.• i ri i i ... A.ssociatf r.xccutivcs and ( lucrhadcrs ( h irh s .Sidlix .an. T.iylor Data The Hnosler ( luh consists ol .all ot I he slodeiits ol the collcfTc. Its odici ' rs arc a president .and two chccrh ' adcrs. Its duties .arc to ercite .and to n;;Miitain (lie collcg - spirit in .ill stiidi nt ,ic!i itics and to super isc ' crtain speeille arr.inyeuients lor the aiinu.al houieconiinu ' . " ■ t 1 Siilli ' I! 0: -ir D R AMAT I CS THE EUREKA COLLEGE PLAYERS Pi-tscnt Five Scenes from the Workshop .-it the Little Tluatre ProRTani stau ' cil uiidiT tljc ilircction of Ellen Marie Joliiison ig I A skit in rhytlim Sextette and Trio ut the Women ' s Glee Club Aline Detweiler, Elizabeth Ewing, Gladys Johnson, Ora Thompson, Eylene ' issering■, Shirley Wasjsconer, Minnie Marie Ewinfj. ' irainia Harrod. Marie Legel II The Teeth of the Gift Horse b - lariraret Cameron Richard Butler Paul Xoftsker Florence, his wife Margaret MeCarver Marietta Williams, his aunt .. Gussie Fisher Anne Fisher.. I ii • f • i i ] Iarv Parks „ ,. „, , ■ --- tlieir triends J , ,, ,•„ Devlin Blake... ( ...Harold Wherley Katie, the maid Romaine Daniaske Place: A small t()« n near New York Citv. Ill Little Prison by George Milton Savage Daisy, an elevator girl in tiie Bon Ton Department Store Minnie Marie Ewing Pearl, a ribbon clerk Lorna Hesler Miss Ellison, Cieneral Manager of tlie Hon Ton. ..Winona Wyatt Mrs. Richardson, a wealtliy ])atri)n Bernardine Hagan liss Blanche Bundy, a newspaper feature writer. Beulali Close .Setting: The interior of a I?on Ton elevator about five o clock in afternoon. IV The KLEPTOM. Ni. ' if by Margaret Cameron Mrs. John Burton (Peggy) Monta Henrichs Mrs. Valerie Armsby, a young widow Ruth Butchart Mrs. Charles Dover (Mabel), a bride Orimae Corbin Mrs. Preston Ashley (Bertha).. Alita Dyar Miss Freda Dixon Marjorie Marine Miss Evelyn Evans, a journalist Margaret Cater Katie, Mrs. Burton ' s maid Hazelmae Sarber Setting: Mrs. Burton ' s boudoir. V WiEMES OX Wednesd.w by Edn.i Higgins .Strachan Mr. William Foster Isadore Leiken Mrs. Foster, his wife Ada MeCarver Marian, their daughter Frances Kreiling Jack, their son Howard Morrow Madame Castinelli, a guest Elizab eth Ewing Scene: The Foster kitchen. 3 a:m 31 F5t;W5st ' " C ' f iijapji! m i r i ) AUIXA PETER (Sarber) (Tomb) UCAI, (CTiapnian) JJFROKAH (Ivwins) MAin ' MAIIDAI.KXK (Wyattl EUREKA COLLEGE I ' riMiits THE ROCK .■(, . hir„ I ' . Il„,„r.ii Siinnii, .1 fishorman _ Joliii I)riskc-Il John Tctinl) A liM:i, Ills uilV M;{ric Briidlc I. Ills I.yon Ha .clinac S.irlicr Dilinr.ili. luT tiHillirr IJctty Dickinsim Klizalictli Kwiii};- Kllcn Marie .hiimson I ' lal. liir uiH ! ■ Wilbur Chapiiiau Saiiiucl Harrod Mary iif Maf dala Marjorie Marine Winona ' att r mdira. a (Ireek laek llalie ' eker Doniiniek I ' iol.-tti I ' anI Xoftsker ' I ' ihis, a lionian Officer Cliarles Blankinsliip Rol)ert Mileliell Ned Cater A uf. a )ili sician John Howinan Ilan.ld Wlierley Samuel liarrod Art 1 I ' lir eiMirt .ir(l nt the house of Andrew " and S ' inion in I ' apernauni. Art II Seere.- I. ' I ' lie sanu- Se eral months later. Sec lie 2. The same - ' I ' lic next inorninir. Act III The honsi ' to]) of a dwellini. ' ' in Betliany. The eveidnir of tlie Crueilisien. I ' r iduetiiui starred uiulir llie dirc ' elion ot I ' .lli ii Marie .loluison. Data Ihc liiirk, a three-aet reliirious jday l Mar I . Ilamlin, prothieed liy tlu l ' ,iireka Col- le re Players durinfi the season of Kdi ' i-IH in twelve eonnnunities of the State -Princeton, N ' iantie, Peoria, Illiojiolis, Decatur, I .e iii};ton, S|irini;(ield. I ' lanasjan. Poidiae. W ' asliinuton. Kl Paso, and Kiireka — attracted favoral)le coiunu ' ni. ' J ' lie actors | laye(l with a (inish anil a sincerity tlial iiivarialily created an atmosphere ' of reviTcnce. Oidstandinii was the work of .lohn Oriskell wliosi ' iin|)ressi e im| ersonation of Ihe impulsive A))()stile Peter revitalized the Bilile stor for all who wilnessed the performance. ' l ' ' irst cast of the Kureka Plaxcrs to pri ' sent lln Iturh. i lij| 15i ' Whcrl. y. McCarver. Fisher. N.iftsktr, Mamaskc. Park The Teeth of the Gift Horse CAST Richard ButKr I ' aul Xoftskrr Florence, his wife. Margaret McC.irver Marietta Williams, his aunt fnissie Fislier Anne Fisher -M-ir.v Parks Devlin Blake Harohi Wh.rhy Katie, th.- maid Romaine Damaskt- Place: A small town near New York City. Wienies on Wednesday CA.ST Mr. WilliMin Foster Isadore Leikcii Mrs. Foster, his wife Ada McCarver Marian, their daughter Frances Kreiling .lack, their son Howard Morrow IMadame Castinelli. a guest .Eliz.-ili.th Kwinu ' Scene: The Foster kitchen. K. Ewiiiy, . . M :Carver, lorrow, Krciling, Leiken skits Data The Dramatic season of 1933-3 !• oi cned a series of one-act plays .uid presenting the sixty students interested in dramatics. The best of these plays were repeated December 8 and 9 before the Peoria Phayers in the Civic Arts Theatre at Peoria, Illinois. One of the skits was used by the women ' s glee club on their sjiring tour. The second event of the season was the rel)etition of Th - Rock. Tiie clim.-ix of the year was the tercentenary jiroduetion. in the beautiful Open-air Theatre, of the Masque of Comus by JohA Milton. Tlie departments of Physical Education Music, and Dramatics combined their efforts in this outdoor ])roduetion under the sponsorshij) of the W. . . A. The final event of tiie year was the (jrcsentation by the senior class of TItr Maknipoulos Secret by Karl Cajiek. the famous contem- iiorarv Czechoslov.aki.-m dr.iniatist. ir m i IflWBBI :: iSS S i SKStB - -li ■» 1 1 N 1 i 1 Back — J. Henry, I). Robinson, Carr. (Itvcns, Harrorl, Morrow, Davitison, R. Tomb, H. Dyar. From — O ' Briaii, G. Dyar, Forney, Wyail. Hcnnctt. il. Robinson, Plumlcy. THE BAND Director Malilon S.ixtoii Student Assistant Hartzell Ciivtiis Hruce Bennett lialph .Jones (Jeorjie Uoltin,s in .(ohn {JralKun Walter Mette Samuel Ilarrod Klden Pliinilev I5ol) Koliinson Roliert Ciraily Virgil Wliittin};l(iTi Clnriii ' lK Hernadine Hap;n K final O ' Krian Mildred Form y Cene Dyar Hartzell Ciivens Rachel I ' ickerill I ' i-ccolo Hieliard Roliinson Ml.MBKHSHII ' I Oorotliy Davidson Harold Wherley Kenneth Carr Sn.rniibiiiics Bernea Mct ' arty l ij scll Carr !■ ' . rnia Sumner Josejih Ilenry I nuns Winon.i Wyatt Howard Morrow I ' oekie Carr .) ., Ilnni llohert Ulanlsinship lifiss 11 urn Howard Dvar Data A few of the band members ijatlirrcd for tlic anniial Flunk Day parade, and under tlie direction of " Si)crr " Tomb, set tin- fall l reezes .astir witii inimitable tones. StrenfTtlK ' ned bv tlie (iirollMirnt of new nienibers. the baTul was (Hit in lull uniform for tlir lunnceomiri;:- pirailr. In spili ol thi uMla oralil( wcathir tlircMii;h the footb.ill se.ison. the band w.is .always there to kce|) up the |«|) in tin- cheerinir sections: .and the ])rcsence of tile b.and :it every jiame increased the pep and spirit durinfi the b.isketb.ill se.ison. M.inil nienibrr s.iys th.it it is irre.it sjxirt to bi- a collejriate " pepster " . CURTAIN . . INTERMISSION Editiir ' ii Xott ' : With tin- |ieiiiiission ol those interested the inanafrc- inent wishes to take this opportiiiiity to present various and sundry data eoiieerninir some ol ' tin personalities alioiit llie eam]»iis. I I r4-- ' I - r ' T Faculty AYLS (.)KTH, RAYMOND G. Professor of Bible A.B.. Cotuer College, 1896; A. M.. ibid., 1906; A.M., Yale Uni- versity, 1907; Graduate Student, Columbia University, Summers of 1927 and 1932; B.D., Union The- ological Seminary, 1930; Professor, Cotner College. 1897.1898; Profes- sor, Cotner College, 1908-1909; Professor, Cotner College, 1923- 1927; Professor, Eureka College, 1930— BE. RU. RAMOXA C. Professor of Piano A.B., Carleton College, 1924; B. Mus., ibid., 1925; Student of Clar- ence Eddy, Frank- Van Uusen, and Feli.x Borowski, Summer of 1926; Student of Marcel Uupre, Paris, France, 1928; Student of Leo Sow- crby and Adoljjh Weidig, Winters of 1929. 1930, 1931; Student of Piano with Louise Robyn, Public School Music with C. E. Robinson, in American Conservatory, Sum- mers of 1931 and 1932; Member of American Guild of Organists, and National Association of Organists; Instructor in Piano, Organ, and Theory at Culver Stockton College, 1926-1928; Organist and Director of Alusic, St. Luke ' s Lutheran Church. Chicago, 1929-1932; Professor, Eu- reka College, 1931 — CLARKE, MAE Instructor in Home Economics B.S., Valparaiso Univ., 1918; Graduate Student, Columbia Uni- versity, Summers of 192S and 1929; M.S., Purdue University; Teacher of Homo Economics, Rens- selaer High. Rensselaer, Indiana. 1922-1929; Instructor, Eureka Col- lege. 1931— COMPTON, JAMES STEPHEN Professor of Bioloi v A.B., Eureka College, 1902; A. M., University of Wisconsin, 1912; Instructor, Eureka College, 1904- 1906; Professor, 1906— GRAY, ALEXANDER CHARLES Librarian A.B., University of Toronto, 1896; A.M., Hiram College, 1897; A.M., Universitv of Michigan, 1908; B.D., Yale University, 1915; Professor, Eureka College, 1908- 1933; Librarian, 1933— GUNN. GEORGE W. Professor of i ' oice B.M., Chicago Musical School, 1922; Graduate Student, ibid., 1922-1923; Summer Master Class- es. 1922, 1924, 1925, and 1926; with William Brady, Herbert With- crspoon, and Percy Rector Stevens of .New York City; Professor, Eu- reka College, 1923 — HARROD, SAMUEL GLENN Dean of the Faculty and Pro- fessor of Latin Language and Literature A.B.. Eureka College, 1903; A. M., University of Chicago, 1908; Ph.D.. Princeton L ' niversity, 1909; Instructor, Eureka College 1903- 1907; Professor, 1909 — ; Dean of Faculty, 1923 — HIGDON, ERNEST E. Knox P. Taylor Professor of Religious Education A.B., Eureka College, 1915; A. M., Y ' ale ITniversity. 1917; Univer- sity of Chicago, Summer of 1923; Columbia LTniversity, 1924-1925, Summers of 1929 and 1930; Profes- sor, Eureka College, 1925 — (Continued on Page 96) MISCELLANEOUS WHO ' S WHO JACKSON, WILLIAM THOMAS Professor of Chemistry A.B., Eureka College, 1889; A. H., Harvard University, 1894; Grad- uate Student, Brown University, 1897-1899; Professor, Eureka Col- lege, 1901— .TAMES, HAROLD H. Professor of History and Cofcninicnt A.B.. Beloit College, 1923; A.M., University of Chicago, 1930; tirad- uate Student, Columbia University, Summer of 1924; University of Chicago, Summers of 1927, 1928, 1929. and the year of 1930-1931; Instructor, Janesville (Wisconsin! Senior High School. 1923-1927; In- structor, Beloit College, 1927-1930; Instructor, DePauw University, 1931-1932; Professor, Eureka Col- lege, 1932 — JOHNSON, ELLEN MARIE Assistant Professor of English Ph.B., Shurtleff College, 1926; A.M., University of Illinois, 1927; Graduate Student, University of Wisconsin, Summer of 1928; Grad- uate Student. LTniversity of Chi- cago, Summer of 1931; Assistant in English, LTniversity of Illinois, 1927 1 28; Instructor, Eureka Col- lege. 1928-1931; Assistant Profes- sor, Eureka College, 1931 — .TONES. MARY ' HOOVER Professor of French A.l;., Eureka College, 1919; Graduate Student, LTniversity of Wisconsin. Summers of 1920 and 1921 ; Studied in Europe, Summers of 1922 and 1930; French Summer School. McGill University, 1923 and 19J9; La Sorbonne and L ' Alliance F ' rancaise, Summer of 1924; French School of Middlebury College, Summer of 1925, Instructor, Eu- reka College, 1920-1921; Actng Pro- fessor, 1921-1923; Professor Eure- ka College, 1923— JONES. SILAS Professor of Phitosof ' hy and Education A.B., Eureka College, 1892; Graduate Student, Harvard Divin- ity School. 1893-1895; A.M., Uni- versity of Wisconsin, 1917; Profes- sor, Eureka College, 1900 — LATHROP, GRIFF L., Jr. Director of the Defartment of Music and Professor of Public School Music and Theorv B.M., Findlay College, 1922; M. M.. Detroit Institute of Musical .Art. 1931; Student. American Conserva- tory. Fontainebleau, France, Sum- mer of 1922; Ohio State Univer- sity, 1922-1924; Concord Summer School, 1932; Director of Conserva- tory. Muskingum College, 1924- 1925; Music Supervisor, Skokie School, Winnetka, Illinois, 1925- 1926; Professor, Eureka College, 1926- LYOX, CLYDE LATEX President A.B.. Eureka College. 1905; Graduate Student, LTniversity of Chicago for six quarters between 1905 and 1910. Instructor, Eureka College, 1905-1909; Professor, Eu- reka College, 1910-1912; Professor, Northern Illinois State Teachers Colltge, 1912-1930; President, Eu- reka College, 1930 — McKINZIE, RALPH Director of Athletics . .n.. Eureka College, 1923; Uni- versity of Illinois Coaching School, Sun.mer of 1921; Wittenberg Col- lege Coaching School, Summer of 1928; Director of Athletics, Eureka College, 1923— s m§ NAUTS, ALICE A. Director of Physical Education for li ' omcn li.S., LTniversity of Wisconsin, 1928; .M.S., 1932; Director of Phy- sical Education for Women, Friends L ' niversity, 1928-1930; Eureka Col- lege, 1932 — NEWSON, .MARY WINSTON Professor of Mathematics A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1889; Ph.D., Goettingen, 1897; Professor, Kansas State Agricul- tural College, 1897-1900; Assistant Professor, Washburn College, 1913- 1921; Professor. Eureka CoIIe 1921 — liege, PASCHAL. ELIZABETH Professor of Economies and Sociology AA;., Wellesley College, 1924; M..A., ibid.. 1927; Ph.D., LTniver- sity of Wisconsin, 1933; Professor, Marietta College, 1927-1931; Grad- uate Student, Harvard Universitv, Summer of 1926; Professor, Eure- ka College, 1933 — RIXKER, JACOB . ARON Professor of Physics B.S., Eureka College, 1918; M. S.. LTniversity of Chicago, 1928; Instructor. Eureka College, 1919- 1921; . " Vcting Professor. 1921-1923; I ' rofessor. 1923 — ROTH. ARMANI) Professor of Vwlin Graduate, American Conserva- ' °ry. of Music, 1923; Studied lolin with Ramon Girvin and Mischa Mischakoiif; Instructor, Cosmopolitan Conservatory, 1923- 1924; Instructor at Girvin Studios and the Austin Conservatory, 1924- 1927; I ' rofessor, Eureka Colleffp. 1924- fessor. Eureka College, SAXTON. MAHLON Director of Band and Teacher of Band Instruments LTniversity of Nebraska. 1907- 1909; Royal Conservatory, Leipzig, Germany, 1909-1910; Studied with Caesar Thompson, Royal Conserva- tory, Belgium, 1910-1911; Director of Violin Department, Scott School of Music, Pueblo. Colo., 1911-1919; Director of Theatre Orchestras, St! Joseph, Mo.; Colorado Springs; To- peka, Kans. ; Peoria, 111.; 1919- 1932; Teacher, Eureka College, 1932— WAMPLER. LYDIA ALICE Dean of Women and Professor of Latin A.B., LTniversity of Kansas, 1902; Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1902-1904; Studied in Europe, Summer of 1922; A.M., Columbia University, 1928; Stu- dent, University of Heidelberg. Summer of 1930; Dean of Women and Professor, Cotner College, 1904-1916; Dean of Women and Professor. Eureka College, 1916 — WIGGINS, THOMAS ELBERT Professor of English A.B., Eureka College, 1913; Graduate Student, Harvard Uni- versity. 1913-1914; A.M.. Univer- sity of Chicago, 1916; Columbia University (Journalism), Summer of 1S:9; University of Chicago, Summers of 1923 and 1929; Pro- fessor, Simpson College, 1916-1918; Professor, Washburn College, 1919- 1920; Professor, McKendree Col- lege, 1920-1923; Professor, Eureka College, 1923— n f 1 n J J ' ' f HOMECOMING, 1933 Editor ' s yote: Both Flunk Day an i Hoiiie(H)miii were liijr successes this year - - - - however, no one took any pic- tures oil flunk tlav. (lesiirned liv Marsliall 1. Plii Omega float. 2. Tlieta N ' u float. 3. Tlu-ta Si float. 4. Senior Class float - powered l)y Finley. 5. Even the faculty like to hurlexjuc their attempts at knowledge dissemination. (). fiDod morning Mr. Russell ! 7. Theta Xu house decorations first ))ri .e. S. Delta I ' i float first prize for sororities. !). I ' nl float first prize for frats. 1(1. Teke float. 11. Delta Zeta float. 12. Delta Pi does its jiart for bigger and lietter parade. The liarharians are bringing up the rear. 13. " What if it ' s not my cow? " .says Harold Taylor. H. liiley. Morrow, and Xed Cater, Vou better hurry now or later. I.OWF.U (TT 1. Great guns — great race — great cnarioteers! 2. (iood afternocui. Mr. . nsell! 3. Good night, Mr. Xoftskerl 4. Welcome, . hiinni! Editor ' s y ' ote: After eating a heavy meal at the Wood, our guest artist, Mr. Kilcy. drew tlie sketch on tlie following page about a homeeorning liorn thirty years too soon. omecoming Dat« .1 imie Scott Genera 1 Cha i rma n I ' si Alpha I imbda Plaque winner, frats Drlla Delta Pi Plaque winner, sororities I Ml Ka))pa Kpsilon First place, fraternity stunt Delta Delta Pi First place, sorority stunt T " REnTTer _|NG TENNIS ' My RacKET T PRICES PART OF lE WEEK fi f. c c c - VACATIONING WITH THE COLLEGIANS tt 1. Witli Scott ill OUliilumia Dciuity Scntt is searcliinjr for nillin cT Jimoii tlu ' iiiuiiiiMurils iiccird t(i OUIalidina sti ' siiicii. 2. Witli I " ' , viM ' ' ill 1 liillystiiiic--.Mi.ss F.wiiiji ' says tliat slu jircfcrs tlic siiiiiinrrtiinc t i tlie city. 3. Witli Frclairfi ' in JMiplKiria Cliatli ' V liclicvcs that it ' s contafiimis, 1-. Witli the t ' lillcfiiatc W rcsllcis i ii tlu- smniiicr tour — the hoys jiraclicc inverse ratio wrestling — tlicy match their snialli-sl iiieii afjainsl llu- opiioneiits ' largest. Jjifl Id Rifilil (siieeialties) .S ' taiKJini;. Ueiiiiett — niesiiieri .er. Storm silent-shifter, I ' ioletti ticket- seller, Scott — oiit- la.sse(l, McCuire 1 Hi Nelson, Taylor — synero-mesh, Henncr dual coulrol - - - sealeci, Tomh-knee ;:etioii. ' roniii what ha e you, Sullivan — clean up. Note the elexciilh UKlnlier of Ihe iiroiip lyilifl in the forejrrouud. 5. .Me -t the colossal Satltrlielil troin h ' .ast St. LiUuis. lie s) erHls his ' aeatiolis in Boston. i. I ' ' oreifrii I-epionaire Cater caught (iefenscless — will u his howitzer harks, the natives salaam. 7 Meet master of ceremonies Sperry ronih — he looks on Ihe situation . ' iiul I ' luK ' kles. N. ' lirini; ' ' Km hack alive ' ' I ' lioiiias has Just re- turned with the skins of several social lions " from his thirteenth Afrie.iu h ' sju ' dition. . With lirul..il ,-i- in St. Merit . Ileinie left Ills snowslioes at the Uitz. 1(1. Heinir . meri -an, Scott li.as jz ' wvn up Hil- linjier ' s trail and is now awaitiiif; thi- arrival of a lost army airmail pilot. 11. With l.eiken In Illinois — that is, in that re- st liet.-d ,irea outside of Hureaii county. 12. With Corpe and llahecker in Ilaw.iii it looks ,is it the hoys had taken a lot of lirst prizes cait tli.ir just somethiiif; ' mule under the sun. i:t With MeCarver in .lapan — note the .linrikisha ill the h.iekiircMind ! s ' hfefccD CURTAIN c: " IIOO (Enter — Student X. tiiroutr to an .-ittcniooii a]i]u)iiitniriit with liis joli). Stiiilriit X. UiJ ' iJJi ' i Fj : K p. p . . I pi ? ■ k r J — -J m Wv cnmr .1 IkiiiiI lit ' .tiuliiils ; ;i : Wi ' r, ' rc.icU to till- List Tii.iii. To facf Hie tasks that ' lial-lrii " :e v. JZl. S (Enter — Ciroup of students on similar mission). In till ' lU ' W Eti-rt ' -ka IMari ! CHORUS VII EUREKA 6LEE V Recapitulation) Chorus of Student Managers and Department Personnels fe iii j iii. ' i " I Wiihl ' I ' lien for new Eu - re - k.i we 11 iii c a t lieer 1 Eu - re - ka spi - rit shall ne ve r fear! Then al - to f; ' e - tlier well shout it loud aiui clear. To — ( W m : t rrr y o- i J i i ' i 4 » m H vie - - to - rv. to vie - to Eu - k;i S :— a — t jT W rsrn •- Student A: What are you readinj;? Student X: Haven ' t you .seen the new bulletin about the EUREKA PLAN --4 T UJ u 1: s feb. o o z " z O P I rctD Grosse, Holmes, Elltr, .Marshall, Uunbar Student Board of Managers Lvdia l ' " ,tter Manatrcr of Food ' s I)i|iartniciit Louise I)unl);i i ' IVIanairor of Dormitories Ijois (-rrosse... Maiiaucr of Sccrotarial ])f|)t. William Marshall Su|)t ' riiitendciit of Huildiii s Itaynioiid Holmes .Superintendent of (irounds THE EUREKA PLAN Eureka College was foinidccj l) a i;i ' ou|i of pioneers who hit their estab- lished settlements in Keiituekv and hi ' aved the privations and dan rei ' s of the Illinois fiontier. Tliev heijueathed to the Colleoe a ]iioneer s])ii-it which has continued to ])ernicate the inslihilion and make it unafiaid of the new and imtried. From the heiriiuiini; ' wonuii were admitted as students on e(|ual tei ' nis with men. In 1874 Euieka Collego women founded the Christican Women ' s Hoard of Missions. When the United Christian ] Iissionary Society was or- ii ' anized an alumnus of Flurcka became its first president. luireka alumni have led the Men and I Iillions Movement and the Pension Fund. Of the five na- tional united missionary movements in the world, Eureka College has furni.slied the leaders for two of them. Two of the first three Prohibition party repre- sentatives in the Illinois legislature were Eureka College graduates. Eureka was one of the first colleges to grant ciedit for applied music. The academic year 1 0. ' J. ' J-o-t will be proniinvnt in the histoi-y of the Col- lege. It was during this year that Eureka bumched into another ventuie - - - niadc another response to the ])ioneer s])irit - - inaugui-ated the new co-op- erative educational policy known as the l- " ,ureka College Plan. ShsRhs S Sj THE PLAN IN OPERATION 1. Its nearly luiirli tiiiu- at llic Wood - Sally I ' ll mini; and lur stall will lii- on liaiiil with rlliiinit and courtrous si-inicc. ti. " How many Icttrrs today. Mr. Scc- rtt.irx .- " sa ' l.auir and Krcilinij. :i. Calrr w.as waiting to l)f of sfrvici.- .it the Wood plioni-iM-hanuT wlirn we sna|i|ic(l tins one. . I.ilir.iii.in .M.irkland is aoing to soo that tin niaiiazincs arc keiit in proix-r order. . " ). .Mr. Henclicl st.irts out with Dear . " ir ' . .and ' I ' oIHm r knows that husiness is Imsini- ss. (). ' " I ' hcrc 11 not he any dirt on thr floors th.it i swit)) " . s.ays l5olni. ■fvi ' ii it I li.ivc to |nit aiiotlur man on the jol). We think. how.viT. th.at Noltsk.-r. (on tin riu ' hti. c.anic- up to hrlp look lor th.at lost dinio. 7. Mrit T.iylor .and ' I ' aylor of th. ' cnl- ili;ir dr|i,irtnu-nt ' S. I ' oltrniicr s previous cxpirirner in till niirsrr - Inisiiu-ss has Ix ' in of ahu- to him in hrlpinir to c.ari- for tin- cinipus shrulilirry . !i. I ' crh.ips I ' inni.in ( .atir is .answer- in " ' ;i e.all tor nim-e he.at .at the dorms. (Scene — Basketball ji-unc at I ' ritcliard ( iyiiiiiasiiiiii ). Stinlrnl X: Solo — P r-1 7 5 1 1 1 = — i)- - t — J — » — « — , — j - J J — — Let ' s Sing I Let ' s Sing! Let ' s Sing! Let ' s Sing! Chi-erlciider : (). K. ! How about Stan Hamilton ' s new song? CHORUS VII ALL HAIL! OUR ALMA MATER (Clionis of Stiulents and Faeulty) Words and Mvisii- liy Staide - Hamilton. ' ;!!. 3 :j i -x € H " ±: «( a A A A A AAA hail ' Our Al - m.i Ma- 3 i p f — • X.A - — ' • ijJjuYi c: e =ate i -©:- ter. All liail our ar s -6«- si - - ty We ' re l)a. ' A A A A king our Red A J? I -j-?? =i= - = g= T -y J i -i = w J i: - i li 1 Air A. l o a ? k.-i Si s 5 : : r ll.-.il T ll Our ' ,ir tv! g I ? 0- m J «-; " JT Ai J ii F tNe AAA A iU ' ' Ul ' ilii o l c I o j o — I r o Kl_ — fv a; =i: S I ' ' ii;lit Ku - re - U.-i ! Wrll li;ick our varsity ' (. I ' .u ri- - ka I = F= ii ? Ijl ' iii ' i " iG Jj ' iiJ. ' iii dii $ J,i-t ' s li.-n (■ a ic -- to - ry I A A A AAA (Yrll) H.Jl ' Hall ' 11 - - re ka j. l - ' i ' il " ' " i ii ' ii S Chrrilriuirr: (). K. (iaii . A lui;- I ' nn ka 1 Siiuh ' .s: Kunka ' Kalil Hal, I Hah 1 Kali I i ' .ur.ka I Stiiilriil .1 : rill ii|i|iciNitioii ? St 11(1, III : WiMiiill. Stinlriit A : And tin n Irnr? Stud. X: Stdiiy Old. SItid. A: It liMiks likr a i:( od iviiiinii-. tlnii. lor tin- driiartnifiit of ATHLETICS " iiS Brown, Elder, Tiurghnrdt, Lathrop. Um ion Holmes, McKinzie, Nauts, Lyon, Jiigt-rski ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL OFFICKUS Professor Griff L. LMtlir()|i ( ' hainii.in Eflwaiil Hdlin - — Secret arv Foothall Co-Caphuiis .MKMHKKS Itayinoiul Holmes I P ' raiikliii KuiTfliai ' dt.. Walter Iiii erski .— Basketl)all ca])taiM Whittle lirown. Track Captain Maurice Eider — Hasehall Captain Manrice - If ' -ui ' -i ' - i{,,,,,,,, ,„t,,,tives at laroe from the student h.ulv Edward Holm ]{alpli McKinzie — - Director of Athletics Alice A. Nauts Director of Women ' s Athhtics Professor E. E. Hiftdon.... | President Clyde Lyon I Faculty Hepi-esentatives Professor (t. L. l.atlirop . 1 Functi ons The Athk ' tie Hoard passes on all prohlems relati e to llie atlilelic pro- frram of the collei e. Its memhersliip is composed of representatives from the student body and from the faculty, the captains of tlu ' major sports, the presi- dent of the colle e, and the directois of athletics. The decision foi- the awai-d of athletic sweatei ' s, cups, the schedulinii ot crames, and the jjiice of admission to oames are items considered hy the hoard, ■ rhe Athletic Hoard of Control acts in an advisery capacity to the administra- tion of tlu ' colleo-e on mailers relalini! ' lo atlilelics. P i Bt. Mac i RALPH McKINZIE Director of Athletics M.ii lias littn coaihiii " ; at I ' .iircka. Iiis Alma M.iti r. siiuc 1921. Diiriiiji iiis .studtiit cartfr, Mac was all-fonliTiiU ' c- tiiljliatk for four years, and for three consecutive years was all-conference iruard on tlie haskethall five. After jiradu.ation lie hii ' .-mu- director of .atlileties on tin- Kurek.i cam))Us. ATHLETICS AND THE MAN Atlileties are both eh.ir.-ietcr .iiid body hwild- ina:. I ' hey (it the iiidi idual to take his or her |il.ue ill the world as p.-irtieipants in business, as f.itlurs ,ni(! iiiotlirrs in lionus, and as le.-iders in the eoininnnity. Athletics te.-ieh the ehar.-ietcr buildinii- ideals of lonr.iiie to f.iee lite and its problems: of cooperation .ind iinitv in working together; of clean sportsuiansliip; of .-ibilitv to gi e .-iiul to t.ike aini.ibly; .iiid of loyalty .and true allegi. ' inee to one ' s prim i])les and duties. Athletic partiiip.ition sweeps .aside cviry soci.il .and class barrier and otfers each indiv idii.al student, .is .1 nienib( r of thi- group, an oppor- tunity to test school spirit .■iiid true sportsiii;inslii| in wholehe.irti-dly su|)pcn ' tiiig a ■program of intercollciiiate .athletics. The bodv buildinii ' cli.aracteristics .ire ob ions. ( iyiiiii.istics .and intraniiir.al sports comm.ind physical Htm ss. while intercollegi.ati ' -oni|ietitioii tests .and tr.ains one in alertness of mind. Together they cciui]) the student with assets to nuet one of life ' s biggest ]n-oblenis — that of lixiny ' well with one ' s fellowmen — and serve to remind one th.it li.ippiiiess .■iiui In al|li rlriii and one s best in uprinlit ni.anly living. — M ( Kl NZIK. a j ji ll ' fHin- ' t Xntc: ' riil actum snap was taken at the lutnuToiilinj; gaiiU ' of li ' . ' J. ' l. Wheaton was (HI tlir other hue of serhnmajxe. CI In Of 1r i4 i4 FOOTBALL SQUAD 1933 PKRSONNF,L Rnynioiid Holmes j Franklin Buri liar(lt. Harold Olsen Assistant C ' oaili Ward Adams. Oscar Buchmuelltr. 1933 Season RED DEVILS LOSE OPENER TO DEKALB TEACHERS Hard football played by botb teams - - - Harrod stops attack tlirmmh riiiiit side of line - - - second quarter ojjened witb DeKalb on four yard liii ' to Nori - - - around right end - - - DeKalb six points. Third (|uarter - - - Eureka ' s ball (ni DeKalb ' s seven - - - failed to si ' ore - - DcKalli ' s ball - - - three first downs - - - second and ten - - - jtass from center to Must|)h. ' i and lonir lateral to Skoglund |)lus dash for second touchdown - - - neither team threatens durinir remaiiidei ' of u;ame - - - score, DeKalb 1 " - ' . I ' .ureka 0. CARTHAGE AT ELREKA L ' lcmen display g-ood ball - - - ( ' artbai;c fails to ]jenetrate Eureka line - - - air attack - - - Dimmit to Markel for twenty yard Carthage gain - - - another pass from midheld for touchdown - - similar action re))eated in second (]Uarter. Red Devils mingle in game in third frame - - - jnish Carthage line for a safety - - - Eureka on Carthage twenty - - - pass from Miller to Cor|)e and dash for touchdown - - - Eureka ' s .aerial attack functions well in last fram - but no score - - - P ' .nreka 8 - - - Carthage 18. EUREKA VS. WHEATON (HOMECOMING) M ' heaton presents h ' ' a y line - - - Eureka ' s defensive streuutlicns - - - Wheaton adopts aerial attack a(l .antageously - - - ]ienetrates F ' nreka territory for two touchdowns and a safetv - - - wind liamjiers puntins; - - - Eureka |)Uslies deep into Wheaton ' s territory fails to score majority of game |)laycd in center of field. Eurek.a 0. Wln ' aton I S -J:J-ifJ- J- ' Jft ,uJ a llfel _ 2 m. [jdj jSa 1 if. gt J m lUM iig fe tm 1 O LETTERMEN K;i inoiiil 1 1 111 UK ' S — Tackle I ' laiiklin Hurnliaidt — Ci ' iitiT .Maurice l- ' .ldir llallliack Ka iii(iii(l ( ' ( r|i( ' I ' , 11(1 Sam llarrod (iiiard Ia ' O l ' ' aulkii(r I ' .iid ' I ' diix Carnniiio Tackle l ' ' ied MurseiUT — Kllil Wallci- Kini ' — (-luard Isadore Leikeii — C ' enter Dean Kice - ' I ' ackle Valttr DixDii — (iuai-d Hill Slater (iuanl Kiiherl Keichel - Hall liei-|iiaii Scli var .e (i)uarter (iiller Slraim -Fuliliaek Dudl.v Wolfe l- ' .nd Fi-aiik Sunnier (j)uarler {■ ' eidinand Tmnl anciv icli ( tua I ' d .)a Toiiili (iiiard • Wall., Mill,, Half Clarence NelMui I lall MAJOR SPORTS iU J «j j Ijph ' 1933 SEASON If the Ked l)i ils wero rated duriii » llie |la t Ncaxin iinlx on sfafistical evi- deiKH ' . Ilie |io il)l dill not a|i|iear to ]nish out so far in the diieclKni oi llie cily. llolines. iiaii ' od. Huiijlia rdt , Seliwar ' I ' onil aiio ieli. and Nelson ucre aiiKnifr till first st rint;-|)la I rs who rated tlie in- jui-y lisf. Many of the first veai- men reiaived a lot of aliiai)le experieme in intereolleniate eoni|)i.-tition. howe er. and |iros|iects an hrii;liter for another season of eontereiice |ila ' . FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DeKall) TJ Eureka IJradlev - ' t Kureka (Ni.nht (iame) Xoinial ' 27 Kureka Wesleyan ;5i) Kureka Whiaton 15 Kureka ( I lomecomiiiii ' ) Carthane IS I ' .un ka 8 Illinois Colleiie •■{ ) I ' aireka Athletic Managers WnnI A.lnm O-j ' Tr Unclimm-llir Htli iJarra. Krown, F. Mursener, Ml Kirizie. Hamilton. Xelson, Dixoii Inger ki. Elder, Miller, lliiriiharilt. Holmes, Slater, Xewlon THE «E» TRIBE Oruaiiizfd. i; L ' tj MEMBERS Football Franklin Burnliardt Clarence Nelson Raymond Holmes Robert Reieliel Bill Slater Walter Dixon TracJc Whittle Brown Ralph MeKinzie — Coach Baskcihall Walter Insjerski Tony Barra Walter Miller Fred Mursener Baseball Maurice Elder Lowell Newlon Willard Hamilton ot Athletics Data To promote a more cooperative s])irit among athletes, to increase the value of earned letters, and to encourage a high standard of athletic scholarsiiip are the l)urposes of this group. Any student of Eureka College who |)0ssesses a major athletic sweater is eligible for initiation. The " E " Tribe sponsors Hch .inniial e ents as the Freshman-.Sopliiiuiiirr foot- ball game, intramural basketball, intr.niiur.il kitttnball. the " E " Tribe sweater formal, and the " E " Tribe revue. OFFICERS Franklin Burghardt President Clarence Nelson Secretarv-Treasurer I r Editor ' s Note: We snapped this picture while Mac was passing out a few pointers on fundamentals to assistant coach Olscn and to Co-captains Holmes and Burghardt. BASKETBALL SQUAD 1933-34 5« -rli u Brick — Atl;iiiis, Kite. UulUr. Mickllt: — Biichimifller. Ui-niur, Jorhuins. I. Mnrsviur, I.tiUcn, -McKiiiziv:. Kront — F, Murscncr, KI Ut. IiiKcrski, MilKi. r..irra. ' Ai ' ' " C " 1iJ PI ' .HSOXNF.I, ' Mlttr Tiis.Vfi ' ski r;ii)t.iiii Oscir Uiulinuicllor Man.-i iv K.ilpli McKinzif ( ' o.uli THE S( rAl) W ' .ird Adiiins (iu.ird Tony 15;irra lorward Hex I5iitlii- I ' drward Mauiir Kldcr Forward ' .ilt( r liiijtrski (iuard I.oinix Jocliiinis l- ' or vard Isadorc I.cikcn Forward Hcd Mill.r (hiard I ' rcd Miirsiinr Center .Mill Miirsi iicr Guard (lilt liirinrr (iuard Draii liiif Crllttr TheS eason I ' .riii ' .KA iiiii ' s ci ' .Nri in w ai.i.i ' AI ' I ' I! ( inturics i ' oiu|iiisr(l ol loriiu r l.iinka stars - - - Marnuii start slow luit click after few niiiuites of |)lav - - - lnuferski to Hutlrr. tn Miller, to Leikeii. to .Miller, to Miirsciier and .1 li.isket - - - Cr.iia ' . Ciirle. ' .ilker. Sand, and Wasilcwski look hest I ' or Decatur te.aui - - - Kureka II. Ceiiturv 38. I ' .riii ' .KA liOWS TO Hl.. l{|)l ' .l) l.AD.S Kiireka sets up tijjlit defense llousi of |),ix id men iniploy ln ' ii;lit to nd- vantaite - - - Tweed.ale. former l.urek.i pl.iyer. turns in i ood name for o])| onents - - - both te.ains play t.ist lire.ik iiaiiie - - - tile score - - - I louse of David ;i 1 . Knrck.a 27. Klin- ' .K.V Dl ' .l ' l ' .. r.s W ISl.l AN .Score runs 2-2, 2- 1-, l-;{, (i-. ' t. (ia. S-,S. ;in(i 10 10 for first leu niiuiilrs ol pl.ay - - - lia.sket l)y Heiisoii and free throw by Hl.i .iue - - .Mursemr dumps in tun to ])Ut F.nrek.i .ahead I ;i I.eikeii .and Butler .add luickets - - - ' esley.in (iis score .it einlit .all - Miller .and Hiitler net liusy - - - Wener makes score 1 0- I I - - - liinerski slips thru liefore nun to scori ' - - - Ki-IO .adv.ant.ane for I ' .urek.a ;it half - - - ( ' hristi. ' ins inere.ise le.ad 2 1 10 in new period Heiisou .and . ' l;incc count for ' I ' it.ans - - - Red .Miller einiueets from center I.eiken sinks side .shot - - ' if;er scores loiii; he.i i - - Mursemr luaki s it . ' tO 22 - - - li.ijiid shots hv Hl.izine .and W ' eirer - - - liii.il score. Wesliv.-m 27. I ' .ureka . ' !;t. Lt RKl) DKVII.S VANQUISH MILLIKIX 1(1 altfi ' ii;iti-s lii ' twct ' ii tc. ' iiiis niMiiy tiiiifs - - - Kurcka pacrd hy lird Kr - - - Glynn scoi ' fs from foul cinlr for .M iilikinites - - - Iniiirski matclicN Ausdalc ' s bucket - - - Miliikiii coiint up ll-. ' J score - - - MilKr. Mursiiiir. Mil- Van and Leiken connect to close gap I f- 1 1 - - - (ilvim scores - - - Ingcrski ' s two baskets and free tosses by Ltiken and Hutltr make it 17-16 for Eureka - - - (ilynii sui])es lioo)j twice in second frame - - - Cioldman connects - - - Miller toiielies off scoring orgy - - - Ingerski. Mursener. and Leiken follow suit - - - free toss b ' Rolinatis - - - set-U)j by Butler - - - McC ' lellan connects long heave - - - last basket by (llyun - - - Eureka Ki. Millikin M ' . ILLINOIS COLLECiE DEFEATS EUREKA TEAM inn and Lassiter go on scoring spree - - - Illinois takes 9-0 bad at onset - - - Macmen close ga|) Hi-lii .it intermission - - - Eureka balances books in last stanza at twenty all - - - Leiken and Ingerski score thirteen and eight points respectively - - - Illinois eai;- ' rs pull away to finish - - - senrc. Illiiuiis 1 " ). Eu- reka 33. KT()in ONER HRADLEY ENDS SEASON Handley connects on Leiken s foul - - - bucket by Milb r - - - Il.irnis .adds free throw and fielder for Indians - - - Red Miller sinks two scorching long sliots - - - Corbin count three .it the gratis mark - - - Getz gets sleeper - - Barra replaces Leiken - - - Bradley connects total of fifteen gratis tosses and seven goals - - - Eureka collects thirteen fielders and ten at charity line - - - Getz, Handley. and Mursener. I.iiken. Iiinerski. .and Miller take the r.ap ini fouls - - - Eureka 3(5, Bradley 2il. Editor ' s Note: We ' re sorry tii. ' it w - e.innot include write-ups of .ill of the games but space will not pi riiiit. THE SCHEDULE Eureka -il Eureka 27 Eureka 1-7 Eureka 27 Eureka 30 Eureka til Eureka... 29 Eureka 21 Eureka 36 Eureka 28 Eureka 2.5 Eureka 33 Eureka i6 Eureka 27 Eureka 22 Eureka 33 Eureka 36 Century ' all-paper 38 House of David 31. Lincoln .lunior College 1.5 Millikin . -. --- 38 Illinois College 13 I.aS.ille-Peru .— 2.5 Bradley 20 Normal 38 Augustana 33 LaSalle-Peru 21 Normal - 38 esleyan 27 Millikin 1.2 Augustana 12 Wesleyan 42 Illinois College 45 Br.idlev 29 THE LETTERMEN Five men were awarded basketball letters for the 1933-31. season — Butler, Leiken, F. Mursener, Miller, ind ( ' ;i))tain Ingerski. These men pl.ayed together the entire season and turned in .i record of well-fought names. Bjtier : ITT f-il i BASEBALL TEAM 1934 ll.ak— McKiii H-. lyriv. |- |iir--iui, .1 Muisriin, I ..inl ;inuvu li, Itiivhinvull.r, M Front — liiKcrski. MilkT. KKlci. lliulcr, k irlun, Ntwlon. TIIF, S()l ) ( ' ••irirnino. Tciny Hiniilton. ill.iid I5,iri ' ;i. Tony Nlurstnt ' r. 1 n d Citir. Niil Straus;, {iillcr .My -i-s. Willi.iiM I ' ic.lrtti. Don I ' aiilkiicr. Ixo Miirstiiri ' , .liiii liikiii. I. I ' lracliiotti. !• " . Siiiitli. Hi niai ' d l ' i lll . .liin Kiot; ' . Walter Xcwloii. l.owtll .focliiinis. Olixir I ' .ldir. M auric HutLr, H,x Millrr. Walter Kocliiii. (Iiick liificrski. Walt Tomlyanovicli, !■ . Ll ' .Tri ' HMI- N lii:t:( Kldrr Pitch Murscncr ()utri,l Miller Infield Driskcll Iriticl Hall Infield H.iniilton -. inficl IiifTCrski Onttidd Slater Itilit C ' onlce I ' ilcli t wlori Outtiel Coddinyton Cateli I) Taylor Itilit THK SCill.DL I.K ]! ;!;( Illinois Colliiif it Monnioutli 7 Weslcyan Normal I I Moninoutli I Normal !■ Weslcyan 3 Hradlev 1 •_ ' I ' .ureka 2 l.urcka 12 I ' .ureka •!• Kiircka ' t I ' .ureka 2 I ' .ureka 5 I ' .ureka 4 I ' .unk.a 4 Millikin Wcsley.in ■) Millikin I :( Bradley S Wcslcvan 7 I ' .i;! I 1 I Knrcka 12 I ' .ureka 6 I ' .ureka 5 I ' .ureka 4 I ' .ureka 1 Kutler n f " ' ' , -.lO -■■ -t -ri AINOR SPORTS UimiU Tanksters spend Km r - year of Intensive Training i I lcll..ii. [I.ui ' mI. I Corpe, Habecker, Nevins, Miller SWIMMING SQUAD MEMHERS Jack Habecker S«ininiiiitr Instructor Ray Coi ' jje -... Daslus and diving Red Miller Breast stioke and diving J}c it evins 2-2() yard JJol) JJlankinship Breast stroke and dashes Bill McC ' lellaii - Back stroke STATE MEET ENTRANTS TOO yard free-style Coipe. Blankinsliii), McClellan 220 yard free-style Hahecker, Xevins. McC ' lellan 50 yard dash ( " oipe, Haheckei- TOO ard hack stroke Miller, Xevins. Blankiiishi]i 200 yard relay Corpc, Mill.i-. Ilalxcker, AlcClellan 150 n i niedlev relay : Iiller Back stroke Hahecker Free-style ( " oipe Breast stroke Diving Aliller it SE % GOLF TEAM m MI.MIil.HS H,,l Millrr I r.Mik Siiiinur IM lol.nnl (licl lii Tim r .liiii Kiliv li.ci Mill,!- (lilt l{i niH r (liick Horliiii Hill Slal.r l!i:t:i ( OMI ' I.III ' ION ' l.ntrn-,1 in l.ittlr Nineteen Slate Meet lield at ( lalisiinric - - - team did not place - - - av- erane team score tor meet was 172 lor . " ((1 liolcs - - rain e erv day clnrinji the tliree da s ol | lay. !I)|:M)III( ATIONS Left to riiilit liii(V. li, iHL, r. MHI.r. TENNIS SQUAD .Mtw-JmL Ml- MBl • lis (lilt 1 { e n n 1 r Si)i( li ' s ly.y.y I.eiken Rcniicr ' I ' oni MarUland I.eiken H,,l, Mit.-hell Marklaiid l.vl, Barker Mitc-hell Wall Dixon !?arkcr l{e Hutlir Doiililrs (l Cater Hemier-I. Markland ' iken -Mitclull C ' atiT. Mitrlu-ll. I.eiken, lliill.r Ucnmr. Ilarki-r. M.ii Ulan.l Data and Schedule S( III-.DLI.K Kurcka ( Hlackliiirii Eureka 1 Normal Eureka 1 Millikin Kiircka.- !■ W ' esK van Eureka - l- ' liiiliurst DlSl ' HK r i ' OlUNi: AT MII.I.IKIN Eureka I lilieklmrn Eurekfi •- ' Millikin Eureka ( ' Normal P ' .urcka 1 I ' dniliurst p ' urcka G Wcslcyan STATE TOl ' HNA.Ml ' .NT A ' l ' HI! 1)I,1 " Y III IIh ' district tourney lield at Millikin May " i. the doulili s team Heniier and I.eiken- earneil tin ri lil to represent Eureka in the stale meet Ma 111. Iiy de- featini; doiililes teams Iroiii ( liailcston. Millikin. and i sleyaii. Keiincr and I.eiken were rniiiii rs up in the State miet. Tiny were deleated liy Hlack and Davis of Hr.adley (i ■ . ti . and (i- I . in I lie lin.ils miteli. In the sins;lcs finals I)a i.s defeatid Black lor the eh.impionsliip. 6 4 6 5 i% %i i ' a) 3:d INTRAMURALS INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL TEAMS 1. TEKKS Statidinij Noftsker Center Cater Forward J. Tonib Guard Scliwarze fniard Smith - Forward 2. I PHELTS Slandinij Straiii;- Forward Faulkner Forwa rd Skaicifs Center Ingerski Manager 3. PALS Sfaniliiit Peracliiotti Forward Smitli . Guard Russell Center Cargnino Guard Enieriek Forward k ALL STARS Standinfi Freburg — Forward Plum ley Forward Habeeker Forward 5. THETA NUS St a ml I II ( Myers Guard Slater Center Miteliill _ Forward Miller Manager Srntcd Corpe Guard Harker - Forward Lirkland Forward S -att ' d Hamilton Forward Ihirgliardt Ciuard Nelson Guard Scaled Tonilyanovieli Guard Newlon Forward Wolfe Center Brown Forward Scaled .lolin Tomb Ciuard Satter field Center I ' iolitti Guard Seated Niekel Forward Ansel 1 Forward Riley ., Ciuard Carr Forward Dope Team Teke:s I Phelts Ali Stars ... Tlieta Nus. Pals Wnii Lost (i 3 3 3 i 2 t 1 5 Tile I Plieits forfeited their last three games - - - the Tekes won the intramural eh im))ionslii| for the third time in tour years thereby gaining ])ermanent jjossession of the intramural cu]) of- fered bv the E tribe. ■ w 7 J-ri ' . Qpc- -Ht -» € i Ilowc. Hay. Timmuii . ' rnlhvci. LL.m.1, W ' ulfram, Cater, Martin. Tctcr Nauts, McKcnzic, Osinaii, OaiiKiNkf. KiUKisfii. Ahliadiisky, McCkllaii, M. Mc Carver A. McCarver. O ' lJrien, Anderson, Dunbar, Oetweilcr, Kichanlson, Fisher, Dyar W. A. A. OFFICKRS Aliiic Dutwt ' ilir President Mara I.t-e O ' Brien Vice-President Audrey Anderson Secretary-Treasurer Marijaret Cater Publicity Manager Kowena Hay Social Chairman SI ' OK ' l ' S i:XKCLTl l ' .S Brtty Ui.liird ' -on Hasketliall Horitiy McKen .ie olh yliall Louise Dunbar Swimming M.-irtha i ' .lliott Soccer Alia M(( aiM-r Tennis Data The ' oTuc ' u ' s Atiib ' tie Association sponsors IIm uoimii s sports mi tile cam- pus - - - tliose sports liieli build up lualtli. striiii;tli. .iiui ooii sportsmanshii). The organization complies with tlu- women s division ol the N. A. A. F. The exe- cutive cabiiiit is coiuposid ot tlir olliccrs md the cxreutixi- chairman of the respec- tive s|)()rts. In the spriuit tile main e ent is the Mav l ' ' ete eehbratin;; ' the erowiiiiii;- of the .M.i i|ii( 111. ' I ' lie orirani ation su|)ervises an extensi c point system through which the lueiiilirrs of I he , A. A. iiiav cirii the " I ' , ' sueater. tiiiiil)liii;r class to liold this • till tile photoL ' r.iphrr sii.ip|ieil it. In an- other second till- |i r;nniil till. kc.l 111.- i ' 3C3 : 1. TENNIS TEAM MEMBERS Gussie Fislier Sinf les Marie I egel P ' islur Ada McCarver McC ' urvtr Margaret McCarver M. McCarver Betty Richardsdii Ricliardson Louise Tetei- Teter Doiihlc.s A. MeCarver-Ricliaidsoii Fislicr-Ix ' gel SCHEDULE Bradley 3 Eureka 1 W ' lieatoii 5 Eureka ) MILLIKIN INTERCOLLECHATE INVITATIONAL Bradley 5 Eureka I VOLLEYBALL Editor ' s- iti-: The ] liotoi;ra))lier said to move outside to take this one - - - we had to lea e the nets in the gym - - - Richardson is kicking the hall - - - Cater is bringing up the rear - - - the rest seem haiijiy - - - and it ' s still a ()lleyl)all game. ARCHERY Left f(i I if ht — ' issering, Knudsen. Dunliar. and Sarher. Tliere are a lot of arrows in that bull ' s eye but at that it one is going to be an archer, one might as mcII be a good archer, and there ' s pKiity of sjiaee on the hack campus in wliieli to |iraitiec ' . . " . .if— r 1 iLkin oii Staiifff r Hounhton Pages — kink ii.Kiu M. Martin Jones ( iK)Iv Itiirkcv K. Manin McClcllan W ' ivtyins. W ' iiigins. ( Jrahani, KcsIlt. MAY DAY FESTIVAL THK tHOWMNC. Ol Till. MAN ( ll ' -N I ' l-.-sciiti ' il liy the Stiiili iit of I ' .uiTka CollfifO ( )|uii Ail- ' I ' lir.itrc ■ ' J 1 r 1 - - 1 ' f " i r 1 % ■■] rl " ■ 1 rM ( r1» -- 1 1 I ' liOdKAM I ' locosioii Pages Mt.i Sur I!ink(r. Sliii ' Ky K ' .l(i " Ath-ndants ' I ' lu Siiiior (lirls Jcslfl ' s Martlia F.lliot. linsamniul Hriclu 1 t ' row 11 Inarur . ' ' rdiiiiiiy Wijiiiiiis l ' l() V( T (iirls Patsy Graham, Sarali .lane Wiiiuiiis [ai(ls of Honor Mario Bradlf. Marcclla Martin ( lucn 1)1 till May Martha .lonts The crowiiinj; ' ol tlic May Qiiiin !Miiui(t hy the attiiulants of the (Jiutii ' J ' hr hiautiful and uracious Martha has lirni irouiud ( lucii ol the May hy Irt subjects. On her throiir amidst the eharniini; ' hivcliiuss of hi r attcndinij ' maidens, slic looks as if all of May h id ijarlanded her with li;i])l)iness. Niewinsj the pomp displayed in her lionor, slie wistfully recalls the days when as a child, her dolls solemnly ])romised to come and d.-.nee for her if she wire ever crowned Queen — ' ould thev come? - - - a yonni - p;isje arises and announces that the dolls of Martha have come and will ilniice for hir Majisty tin ( iieeii. " Tliey ha e come I Tiiev have come I " -4 r»- . ' Ui U ' i i y ixiADAMi; BTJTTER ' E ' I.Y DON JUAN FINALE ALMA MATER Chorus of Faculty, Alumni, Students, and Patrons I laniiiuil .t ' d V u l.y ,- 1 1 uU-ll ■IcM. 1. 1 r " jl V- J L I ti « i 1 J i ■ . a V- 1 (m A ] j 9 a - « -1 K.y 4 ' • 1 " !l 31 ■ h «. 4 ■ - J. When we • ft A lialls for - f - - P t-r. 4 • - c r to re - t ' lni : r , . A i» » P ' ' . ti 4 K - 1 1 r__ V • h A » !• » t ■ST r 4 1 1 . 1 u 1 y-t m a=f «i= =1 Still with - in our lu-arts fond mt-m ' ries S t c a d i 1 - will liiirn. Sit Z=? P i-- n i I j : j :2i 5==S = : Lift till- clio - rus. speed it on - ward. Ne ' er our vol - - ces fail! 3 r jt ' ¥ « = — aif — Praise to thee. O P I- ' air Ku - n- - ka. Praise to Tiice. All Hail i ;— r CU RT AIN... THE END r Senio ;;c;1 I ' " C ' 1 ' Ji 4: 1, 2, i. ■ : A; Athletic l-ootl);,ll A: 2: Cluinh f;kc llut. E 111- A: rs . I.I.1:n, ItKVIU-E. A.n. Economics, Sociology Mciibury Cluh 3, 4; Assistant in Psychology 4. ARNOLD. SYLVAN E.. A.l!. History and ( ' lOvcninicnt Tau Kappa Epsilon; Mount Mor- ris CollcRc 1, 2; C.lcc Clul) 3. 4; Male Quartette 3. 4; Oratorio 3; Chapel Choir 3, 4; Medbury Ckll) 3, 4. JiARKER, WlLl.lA.M LYLE. 1!.S. ISioiojiy Tau Kajipa Epsilon; Tennis I. 2, 3, 4; I ' oothall Manager 2. lUNKLEV, STEPHEN. li.S. Chemistry Senate 4; Pres. 4; Eurck;i Scho- lars 1, 2. 3, 4; Nu I ' psilon. liUADLE. DEAN, li.S. Cheniislrv Theta Kapiia Nn. r.rK(;ii. Ri r, wti.i.iam i. A. 11. Economics and Sociology Football 1. 2. 3. 4. Co-captain liaskctball 1. 2; Track " " K-Tribe 2. 3. 4. I ' rcs. Board of Control 4, CORl ' E. RAYMOND I-RAN(TS U.S. V oy,y Tau Kappa Epsilon Oratorio I, 2; Opera 1. Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; .Men ' s 2. 3, 4: Male Quartette 3. 4 Tribe 4; RioloKy .-Vsftistant 4; ter-Fraternity Hasketball 2. 3 Eureka Scholars 4; SwiinimnM Team 2, 3. 4, Instruciioii .i DAY. CHARLES A.. AH. Bible and ReliRious Education Murray State Teachers Colle ' e 1. 2. 3: Y. .M. C. A. 4; Mcdburv Cluh 4. D. Y. MELli. SIMPSON. A.l!. EiiKlish Murray State Teachers Collcj c !. 2, 3. DETWEILER. GERTRUDE A. A.li. Eng:lish Y V. C. A. L 2. 3. 4. Cabinet 4; W. . . . . 1. 2. 3. 4, Sec. Treas. 3. Pres. 4: Phi Omek-a, T ' res. 3; Alpha Epsilon Sij ma 2. 3. 4; Ojiera 1. 2. 3. 4; Wnmcn ' s C.lcc Club 2. 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1. 2. 3: Church Choir 4; Sextette 4: Panhcllciiic 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; May I ' V-le 1. 2, 3; Oratorio 1. 2. 3; Debate 3. DIXON, .TAMES WALTER, A.l!. History Illinois C ' ollcjie 1 : Hlackhurn College 2; Football 3. 4; E-Tribc 3. 4; Pcffastis 4; Track 3, 4; Tlicta Kapn Nti. DUMiAR. Lf)I ' ISE KI,lZAI!i:ril A.l!. History Delta Zcta. .Secretary 4; C.-iinpns CoTincil of Religion. Tre;isurer 4; ' omal s C ' ouncil 3. 4; W, . ' . A. 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4. I,etter 2, Sweater 3; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3: Oratorio 1, 2. 4; Opera 1; Hoard of ManaRcrs 4: Class Treasurer -1 EMRICK, HERSCIIEL. A.l!. History Psi Alpli.-i L. ' inilida. ETTEk. .L DIA I.Ol ' lSE. U.S. nittlni v Church Choir 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Clee Club 2. 3, 4; Delta Delta Pi. Pres. 4; Cam]ius Council if Keli iun 2: Women ' s Council 2: Hoard of Mall- awers 4. WHO ' S WHO FLEMIN(;, SARAH DAVID, A.l!. History Delta Zeta: Heta Pi Theta; W. A, A. 1, 2, 3, Cabinet 2; Y. W. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 2, 3; SwimmiiiK Paj-cant 2. 1-KE1!URG, CHARLES R.. A.lt. Economics, Sociology Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. 4; Class President 4; Feijasus 2, 3, 4, Edi tor 3, 4; .Senate 3, 4; Hoard of Publications 3, 4, President 4; Pan- lu-llenic Council 3, 4. CROSSE. LOIS, A.l!. English Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3; W. A. . . 1, 2. 3. 4; Women ' s (ilee Club 4; Phi Omega. Pre.s. 4; Campus t ' otincil of Religion 3; Oratorio I. 2. 4; May Fete 1. 2, 3. HAMILTON. PESSE. A.li. Economics, .Sociology Delta Delta Pi; Beta Pi Theta; Y. VW C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4; W. A. A. 1. 2; Swimming Pageant 2; May Fete 3; Pep Club 1. 2,. 11 K mens. MONTA. AH. English ' . t . A. 1. 2, 3, 4. Cabinet 4; W. . . A. 2; .-Mpha Epsilon Sig- ni.t 3, 4. Pres. 4; Women ' s (ilec ( lul) 4; Women ' s Council 4; Cam- pus Council of Religion 4; Phi ()mega; Oratorio 2, 4; Opera 4; May Fete 3. HOLMES. RAYMOND. U.S. Mathematics Psi .-Mph.-i L.-imbda. Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Football I, 2, 3, 4, Co- Captain 4: Hasketball 2; E-Tribe 2, 3, 4; .-Xthletic Hoard of Control 4; Hoard of Man;tgers 4. IMHOFF. MAl ' RINE, AH. I- ' reiull Phi Omega; Heta Pi Theta. Pres. 4; W. . . A. 1. 2; Or.itorio 1; May Fete 1, 2. 3; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. KEYS, MARVIN CEDRIC, U.S. Chemistry and Mathematics Assistant in Physics 3. 4; Y. iL C. A. 3, 4; Steering Committee 4; Campus Cotincil of Religi nl 4. KINCAll), 1I1;RMAN E.. All. Social Science. History Lombard College I, 2. 3. MtCARVER, ADA. A. P. Economics, Sociology Phi Omega; l ct iixiis 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 1. 2. 3. 4; W. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4. Pres. -t ; Tennis 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. MrCLELLAN. DOROTHY, A.li. History Delta Zeta, Pres. 4; Senate 4; Women ' s Council 4; Senate Com- mittee 4; Class Vice-Pres. 4; W. . ' . . . 1. 2. 3. 4; Heta Pi Theta 2. 3, . I. RKI.. M). KIM .1.. .Ik.. A.l!. History Tau Kai pa Epsilon; Tenuis 1, 2, 3, 4; Fraternity Hasketball I, 3, 4; Class Haskelhall 1. 3, 4; Cla.ss I ' resident 3; Pi ' f ttsii.i 3. M.MJSHALL. HENRY WILLIAM A.li. History. Economics T;iu Kappa Epsilon, Treas. 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; Male Quar- tette I: Oratorio I. 2, 3; Church Choir 1 ; Opera 1, 2, 3; Y. M. C. A. I ; Camiuis Cintiicil of Religion I; TKE Hniiu-coiiiiny .Siiirii 1. 2. 3. 4 .Mll.l.KK. JINHIK. l:.S. Chemistry f MMCHKLL. ROHERT. U.S. Mathematics Theta Kappa Xu, Pres. 4; Glee Club 4; Oratorio 4; C,o f 2; Tennis 3; Math. Cliili 1; Fctjasus 1. 2, 3. PICKERILL. RACHEL EVELYN A.B. Economics, Sociolopy Theta Si(;ina Chi. Pres. 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Church Choir 4; A ' omen s (I lee Club 2. 3; Oratorio 1, 2. 3; Hand 4; Opera 1; Pan- hellenic 4. Pres. 4; Y. V. C. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 1 ; Campus Coun- cil of Religion 1 ; Senate 4. KOEHM. CHARLES JAMES, A.H. Economics Basketball L 2, 3; Football 3: Tennis 1, 2; E-Tribe 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 4; Fraternity Hasketball 4; Freshman-Sophomore Football I, 2; Theta Kappa Nu. SLATER. VILLL M ARCHER. A.H. ReliKion Theta Kappa Nu. Treas. 2, Pres. 4; Alpha Epsilon Si ma 1, 2. 3, 4. I ' res. 3, Treas. 4; Campus Council of Religion 2. 3, 4. Pres. 4: E- Tribe 2. 3, 4. Pres. 3; Men ' s Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3: Male Quar- tette 1. 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir I, 2, 3, 4 ; Church Choir 1 . 2. 3 ; C)pera K 2, 3. Lead 1: Oratorio 1. 2. 3. 4; Y. M. C. A. 2, 3. 4, Pres. 3; Class President 2. Senate Rei resentative 1, 3; Senate . 3. 4. Vice-Pres. 3. Secretary 4; l- ' ootball 2. 3. 4; Base- ball 2. 3, 4; Class Hasketball I, 2. 3. 4; Fraternity Hasketball L 2. 3. 4; Assistant in Hible Department 4; liand 2, 3: Ministerial Association 1. 2; Medbury Club 3. 4; Debate 1. 2: Senior Editor Prism 4; " Journey ' s End " 2 ; Business Man- ager " Black FlaminKo " 3; Home- cominp Committee 3. SMiril, WALTKK LoWELL. A.H. Economics. SorioloKV Church Choir 1 ; I ' ootball Man- ager 2. 3 : Class Treasurer 3 ; Chapel Choir 3, 4 ; Pcijnsus 3. 4; Cheerleader 3 ; Chapel Committee 3; Homccominp Committee 3. 4; Tau Kappa Epsilon. SOUTHERN. DELP.ERT. I ' .S. Chemistrv STAUFFER. DOVOTllV. A.B. Economics. Socioioj:y Phi Omeiia. I ' res. 4; W. A. A. 1. 2, 3: " omen ' s Council 3. 4, Pres. 4: Thebaic , 2: Campus Coun- cil of Religion 3, 4: Senate 4; Ora- torio- 1. 2. 3; V. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. STEIOEU. Mil nUKl) IRENE A.H. French n-ha Z--fa; Heta Pi Th- ' a 2. 3. 4. Tr s 4; Onera 1. 2; Wom- ' n ' s Glee Cb ' b 2; Social Hoar l of Con- trol 4: Paiih-Henic 4: Y. V. C. A. I. 2. 3. 4: May Fete 3: One-Act Play 4. STURGEON. II R( LI K. U.S. Biology Theta Kanpa Ntr Church Choir 1. 2. 3. 4; Chapel Choir I. 2. 3. 4; Men ' s Glee Club 2. 3. 4; (_)ra(orio L 2, 3. 4; Opera 1. 2. 3; Piuiasi ' S 1. 2. 4: Has.-batl 2. 3: V. M. C. A. 2. 3. 4 : Steering Committee 4 : Chapel Committee 4; Campus Coun- cil of Religion 4. WEAVER. ETHEL R.. AH. Economics. Sociology University of Hlinois I, 2. 3. (Continued from Page ■::-j iiiil :ir.;;,..i,i.jrftT, ' - . '


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