Ferris State University - Ferriscope Yearbook (Big Rapids, MI)
- Class of 1923
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How We Spread the News of the Election
Nov. 8, 1922
Wie sprang all excited, rushed forth in a mass,
Forgot book and pencil, forgot every classy
"Good speed!" called the teachers, forgetting to frown,
"Go spread the glad tidings throughout the whole town."
To the house of our prexy we hastened away,
Full eager were we the first tribute to payg
Down street and down by-way, down alley and lane,
XVC ran and we hastened thru mud and thru rain,
Till at last we arrived at the Senators door.
The rain had e'en joined in the gladsome uproarg
And the speech that we heard from that front-porch, we claim
Snrpasses by far that of Marion's fame.
Then cheering and shouting
full eight hundred strong,
We marched to the High
School to augment the
Asked and were granted that
school be dismissed,
Did happier crowd ever else-
VVith our ranks thus increased,
and with joy manifest,
XVho might join in the joy of
spreading that news?
So we marched and we
cheered till the coming of
Tho' our garments were damp-
ened, our spirits were
And that march will remain
in our memory for aye,
How the news we proclaimed
of that great 'lection day.
H. N. A.
Up slippery State Street we
marched four abreast,
Down 'Maple to Vx'zn'ren, down
-- NVarren to Pine,
Till the rear met the front of
that unending lineg
Matched on to the river,
crossed' over the bridge,
Nor, counted the act but a
5 great privilege.
,Mfho cared for the rain, or
for two muddy shoes,
Senatnr mnnhhrihge N. ZITerris
nur presihent anh ahniser,
me hehirate this hunk, ts express nur
fm' the nener-enhing interest mhirh he takes
in the welfare muh ahnanrement nf his
stuhents aah memkinh in general
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U. S. SENATOR XVoom:Rmmz N. FERRIS, President
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Crimson and Gold Staff
OLNEY L. CRAFT
JOHN P. FREETHY
XV. T. HEIN
VERN E. DOAN
- Ad7fe'rt17sing M auager
To all those Whose kindly interest has
ever been with our school, to the Alumni,
the Faculty, and the student body, we take
pleasure in presenting our year-book, the
l9Z3 Crimson and Gold, on Whose pages you
will find a picture of Ferris Institute life for
If We have painted an eternal picture of
your friends and of your surroundings While
a student here, and if that picture will ever
be held as one of your dearest possessions in
life, then this book ha's well fulfilled its
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G. C. BAKER
P. H. D. HOITSE
E. M. CLARK
L. W. BEARDSLEY
Workmen Ready to Our Tasks
Called upon to undertake any new work, whether it be the shaping of
material things into a product of commerce, or formulating ideas into expression
as factors in life, any of us will turn unconsciously to the tools which we have
most accustomed ourselves to use. Granting in any case our latent skill and our
individual pride of workmanship, the product which we will deliver depends in
no small measure upon the sufficiency of our tools and the condition in which
they are kept.
It has been our good fortune to accumulate during our school days an equip-
ment of tools in the shape of observation, comparison, memory, judgment, vision,
hope, inspiration and ambition, each useful in forming the materials of life into
accomplishment. VVe have been trained and directed in the care and use of this
equipment, to the end that we may stand ready as skilled workmen, unafraid of
the task set before us.
In justice to ourselves, and in credit to the master craftsmen who have led
us so far, let us as we go forth to our work pledge ourselves to make the best
use of our endowment, and to keep always at the highest level of attainment.
Let us go forth alert, keen, interested, awake, prepared to live more and better
as we live longer. Let us continue to read and listen and study. Let us hope
and dream and pray. So living and thinking and acting, when we recall the days
now glowing as the twilight and those coming days whose dawn we now but
faintly see, shall we justify the efforts and the struggles which we have under-
gone here and the thoroughness with which we have been instructed.
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First Year College
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liarrrr l-lous'roN ................... Alden
De Molay, Y.M.C.A.
"There are SIllllC5U-lllU'i leizoelc 'em cold
XVILLIA M SHURTLEFF ....... Cross Village
IETHEL OLs12N .................... Carney
'Class Treas., Eastern Star Club, U, P.
"R'ep1'00f on lier lips, but cz
smile in lier eyes"
N. B1liRRl'l'T JONES.. ............ Big Rapids
Phi Epsilon Alpha, Masonic Club,
Class Pres. First Term
"'Pleus111'e and action make the lzours
XNIALLACE XVEBURG ............ South Haven
Sigma Alpha Beta
"He could netfer get ll girl"
:DONALD Posi' ................. Bridgeman
SIUNEY CONox'12R ........... . .... Flint
"Quiet, rese1'1'ed and l1a11cls0n1u"
Ross GUNYILLE .......... ......... C arney
U. P. Club, Catholic Club, La Societe
"Hail flze smiling Carney selzool teaelzcf'
BURR COCHRAN ................. Muskegon
Class Pres., Bible Class Editor
Phi Epsilon Alpha
"lfViz'li foo mzieli quicleuess ever to be t" it"
XVM. GAAIQNER .................. La evicw
HAROLD APILGREN. . .. .......... Big Rapids
Class Editor, De Molay, Bible Class Editor
"Red-and widely read"
L. M. BILLMAN ........... ...... J ackson
First Year College
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C' II As. L. LEWIS .................. .Vassar
Sigma Alpha lleta. Masonic Club
Notice-"Heads read" C. Chuck
l'.I1wIN GALs'I'I:RER ........... Frankenmuth
"He could distinguish and divide a hair
'twurt south and southwest side"
ELIZABETH SMITH ............ Big Rapids
Class Secretary, Sigma Alpha Phi
"She proves men liaw no nionopoly on.
KUNO HAM IIIIERBERG ....... ...Carney
U. P. Club
Hllfvllffll his manly stride"
Mus. KVM. SIIUIn'I.aIfIf ........ Cross Village
,lAY Sxoma .............. Shippenburg, Pa.
Ass't. Class Editor, Debating,
Sigma Alpha Beta
' "Long shall wi' sack his lilecnvss
-Long in :'IIiII"'
C. 'MILI'oN M151-:Its ........... Grand Rapids
F. C. A.
"Ho was a scholar"
EIJBIUNIJ R,xNIJ.xI.L ............ .... I ilsit-
"He 'wears a coat of mail 'that noni'
C.x MILLE HJXBIBIERBERG . ............ Carney
U. P. Club, Masonic Club
"Her looks do argue her rvplete with
l.I-:oN H. HLYBBIXRD ........... Columbia, La.
"Hooker T. l'lf'USl1ll1fll0lI, the second"
l'l0VS'.XRD lillill N ................ Buchanan
Orchestra, F. C. A., l-a Societe Francaise
"lVilh all the rcquirvmeiils of bvauly"
Hom I-:Ii B. l,ORlll'1"l' ........ . ........ Pontiac
Sigma Alpha Beta
"He sits high in all thi' fwofilfs l1t'l1l'l.YU
First Year College
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RALPH HODGKINSON . ..... .......... F lint
F. C. A.
"If at first you d0n't succeed, try
ELMER G. SCHAIBERGER ........... Saginaw
Phi Epsilon Alpha
"An eighth 'ward politician"
VERN E. DOAN .................. Bay City
Lit. Editor Crimson and Gold
"The Grandfatlzer of us alll'
Ewmc A. Jon Nsox ............... Lansing
RUSSELL A. D1xoN ...... Kansas City, Mo.
"To labor is the lol of man below"
JOHN LAPURKO ............. Trenton, N. J.
Catholic Club, Y. M. C. A., Orchestra
"'I have labored and with no little study"
CHARLES BROADDUS ........ .Louisvillc, Ky.
"A man renowned for reparteen
jlxcon F. SAVELA .................... Mass
U. P. Club, F. C. A., La. Societe Francaise
"Intelligence is found in Savelan
ARTHUIK GRIFFIN... ...... Harbor Springs
An example of: "IfVhen Kniglzfhood
'was in Flower"
EIJXVARIJ ENIQIQL ............... .... U bly
"Give me liberty or gizfe me death"
JOH N ALEXAN
DER ........... Crystal Falls
"l ivlzislle and sing as I go,
Often mistaken for Caruso"
HIXliRY A. LIIEYICRING ................ Lucas
"Silence is golden"
CLAUIII: Poms. ................... St. Johns
"fl serious num, with a definite plan"
X7ERN F. LARSON .......... .... lv Iancelona
BESSIE M. HILL ......... .... B ig Rapids
"Very popular we must all agree"
ARNOLD PENNER .................. Brimley
U. P. Club, La Societe Francaise
"Energy, anzbition, and pep personifedu
HENRY N. PAULSON ............. Vllhitehall
VVednesday night Debating Club, La
Societe Francaise, S.A.B.
"LVisdo1n is the highest aelzievenzezzt of man"
JOHN O. PHILLIPS ............ Port Huron
"He gives forth an occasional witty 1'0'HlIll'ku
RUTHANN SMITH .... ....Ionia
"A smiling face and a elzarniing grace"
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CARROLL G. PoRR1'l"f ............... Pontiac STANLEY H. RICHARDSON ............ Ubly
ll N - A ., Masonic Club
He wzlll sweep the cob-webs fiom the sky UAH Obstacles mn ba m,.NC0Hw,,
XVILFRED F. SELLARS ............... Detroit RALPH HILPERT -----'------- Stanfmdf Ill-
N , , I Class President, F.C..fX.
His wealth Izes oerhead "A large bean in the jar of life"
ALIILDRED Wnnowoon ...... R ....... Grandville ELLIS L' BQUGHNE-R6 ' """""' ' Snovcr
"Some people have so much to bear, I NHL' is 1'i-Yfflg OH UIC' lUd0'f"' Of fflmfl'
AMBROSE LAUNDRA ............... Saginaw
Not so with me, I haveuft a care" n . . . ny
"Smcerzty 15 a noble clzaracterzsfzc'
BENJAMIN A. BOONSTRA -'--- - ----- Zeeland HODJIER S. LIEADS ............... Tecumseh
La Societe Francaise "He burns the midfziglzi oil"
'f0h1 fjw ,,,e,-,fy twinkle in his eye" VVM. R. LOYD ........................ Flint
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PEARL M. HLNIST ..... .Crediton, Ont., Can. M Wk 15 H10 5061 er of my success
Life VVorkcrs Council, Pres. Y.W.C.A. ROSE TOWE ---------- Detroit
Our Captain- Haut her eyes and ways "Kindness, cheerfulness and sympathy radi-
commanav' ate from her co1mfe11ance"
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LOUISE MCCAAIBRIDGE ............... Caral W M. BRADLEY .................. Muskegon
"Wisdom and wit, shc's full of it" - "Slow and steady,
' ' But always ready"
WM. U. HILL .................. Negaunce ' F I h
NA man,-9 legs should be long enough HAZEL HALLA1xGER ................. ec
fg reach fhg ground" Club, Y.XNl.C.A., A
"Her smile, like IYZCI' work, reaches its goof'
FRED NADEAU ..................... Detroit
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,,A good ,rely and fun of MPH MIMQR DE WITT .... Grand Rapx s
"A 'man wilh a well-used brain,
G1-:RTRUDE SUTTON ................. Ithaca S0"lf"l'l"!7 """'eI3' will almmn
H ,Y-W-C-PM C. H. LEE ................. Philadelphia, Pa.
A mazdeu ur whose eyes, . Fbotbau
A world of syrnpathy lies" NHNC he is, On Nmap,
YV' C' NIST!-E'--' --------- ---Grand RHDidS FRITCHIOF HAMMERBURG .......... Carney
One case 'wherem the woman doesn't lzcrvc U P Club
the last word' "He is not a brzrfc, -who bluslzes"'
CMJ- JARRI-?I'r .-............. ....... D etroit JOHN I.. BRADIN ............... Big Rapids
Lmfflh Und 'mf' '2f'0"ld laugh-Y with NON" "Ona who will acllicvc success"
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GORDON VAN CAMP ...... . . .Pontiac
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"Fair the future slzznes before me"
ED STAHL . . . . . . . . . . . .... ..... . Ann Arbor
"A silver-tongned orator, we must all agree"
W. E. JOHNSTON .... .....
XV. R. HEFFERON ......... ............ A da
"The traits of an Irish-man cannot be
L. N. MORRISON ................ Kalamazoo
"A solemn youth, with sober phis,
Who eats his grub, and minds his biz"
FLORENCE SCHMIDT ................. Jenison
"M0desly-a quality which I possess,
but others know it not"
EDGAR D. LEAVITT ......... Island Falls, Me.
Pres. La Societe Francaise
"Y, W. sandwiches-mn-m!"'
MYR'fLE B. REAMES ................ Oscoda
Y. W. C. A., F. C. A., La Societe Francaise
"Her knowledge knows no bounds"
WENIJALL FRIDAY ............ East Lansing
"Better late than never"
MRS. C. D. CROCKETT ............ Pittsford
"Joy is mine that knows no measure"
IRVING COOK ................... Middleton
"He has brains, and he uses them"
ANNA FISHER ............ .......... V iola
"Full many a rose was born to blush unseen"
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K. J. NAGELKIRIC .................. Moline
S. A. B., Xvednesday Night Debating Club,
"A living exailiple of what a man can do"
IQAYMOND LAMB .................. Holland
"He has a good line-jzlist listen"
KARL H. HURSHBURGER .......... Bannister
Y.M.C.A., Life Workers Council, F.C.A.
"Nothing can escape my eye"
AUGUST SKARVI ................. Bessemer
F. C. A., U. P. Club, Gamma Phi Sigma,
Orchestra, Football, Baseball
"All knowledge is not gained from books"
HAROLD NIOSSNER ................. Detroit
"In life's broad field of battle
I'm a bean and will not rattle"
E. L. MANN ..... . ............... St. Johns
"A man in every respect"
EDITH MAC INTYRE ........... North Street
"A sunny disposition we can well discern"
JOHN LEINONEN ................. Hancock
U. P. Club
"Olz! bash-ful boy, where is thy joy?"
L. J. VVORKMAN .............. Grand Ledge
"His career, we are sure will not end at
the P. I."
J. B. S1MoNsON .................. Bancroft
Masonic and Eastern Star Club
"His voice is seldom heard"
C. D. CROCKETT ........... e ....... Pittsford
Masonic, Eastern Star Club
"Industry leads to success"
NE'Fl'IE SCHULERT ................. Detroit
Y. VV. C. A., Life VVorkers Council, F. C. A.
"A model pal-true as the skies are blue
If there were only more like you"
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DELBER'f CONRAD ............ . . . . . .Lansing
"Well, I'll have to see if my 'wife likes it
CLARENCE BEECKER ............... .Saginaw
"Ont Latin, 'where is tlzy sting?"
A. G. DEGRAFF ............... Grand Rapids
La Societe Francaise
"His personality is remarkable"
HELEN XVISCHMAN .............. Marlette
"A maid so quiet, few were aware of her
A. ZABOROVVSKY ............... Racine, Wis.
He makes use of his "Acres of Diamonds"
DOROTHY TRU MAN ............ Big Rapids
"Today is here, don't worry about
VV. F. BARR ................. Grand Rapids
"Life is surely worth living"
E. B. SCHERMERHORN ............. Stanton
S.A.B., NV.N.D.C., Y.'M.C.A.
"Busy is my middle name"
MARY VOGEL ................... Ludington
"A maiden modest but self-possessed"
CLARA DITTBIER .... . ..........
"Perse'verance 'wins the race'
LENVIS E. JUILLENET ....... Harbor Springs
"A friend to all,
Both great and small"
CLARENCE BARBOUR . . ......... Lime
U. P. Club, F. C. A., Catlholic Club
"Will I ne'ver reach the height of my
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C. P. TITUS ..................... Hesperia
"Ability to do things-we sec in Titus"
R. CA1.x.ARn ..... . . ........ . ..... Lansing
"My COIl'1'C'l'Sf1ll0I1S are ofttimes illfCl'l'1Lf7fCdU
ARRON W num .................... Coloma
"Don't do today what yon can do tomorrow"
PAUL SINGLES ....................... Flint
"llc bears the responsibility of the 'world
on his shoulders"
131.512 JOHNSON .......... . .... . . .... Rock
U. P. Club, La Societe Francaise
linwm BooNs'rnA . ........ .... . ...Zeeland
La Societe Francaise
"A little nonsense is relished by the best of
I'II2RMAN ARF .................... Danville
F. C. A., Gamma Phi Sigma
"Asking questions-a specialty"
Miio OHR ....................... Monroe
F.C.A., Y.M.C.A., Gamma Phi Sigma
"All my soul o'e1'flows with pleasure"
R. M. BROWN ................... Charlotte
"This world is what we make it"
DOROTHY POCH ................ Rogers City
Hlllnclz 'wisdom oft goes 'with fewest wordsl'
B. CooK ......................... Owosso
"A girl, a girl! Mg' kingdom for a girl"
OAKES A. WHITE ................ Retz, Va.
F.C.A., Debating Club, B.C.
"His eloquence is an outstanding factor"
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GEO. DAVIS ....... ......... . .... f Xlpena XVAL'n21z SHELDON ...... ....... . . . .Alger
"A good scout toitlzout a doubt" S.A.B., Y.M.C.A., lNl.N.D.C.
ENRIQUE B. ETCHIZVES ..... Argentina, S. A.
Catholic Club, F . C . A .
"A perpc't11al gflll-fl1Ul'S Sheldon"
BIERNICE CALKINS ........ .Cheboygan
"Tall and handsonze isn't he?" Y'W-C'A" F'C'A'
"Her mentality doth excel"
JI-INNIE COAN .... ..... ....... I C ingston L ,, , I '
-XRIHLR LARSON ....... oma
M. and E. S. Club F,C.A.
'ZA pleasing jolly tl'isfo.r1'tion has its CllUl'lllS,, "His eyas will help 'ZC,'lII a prize"
Senior Class History
,In September, 1922, a group of intelligent-looking individuals presented
themselves at the portals of the famous "Hall of Learning"-The Ferris Insti-
tute. These personages enrolled in the College Preparatory Department, and
they were destined to graduate from that department in June or August-they
were the members of the Senior Class of '23.
Many of the Seniors had, previously, frequented the realms of the institution
and so were well aware of what the future had in store for them, those who
had no idea were not to remain in the darkness for any length of time, for the
chief instructor, a tall, grave, white-haired gentleman soon impressed upon their
minds the fact that the F. I. motto was, "VVork or get out." 1
The majority of students settled down to their tasks with a heart for any
fate and they soon met their fate, leave it to Miss Travis, Mr. Clark, Miss
NleNerney, Mr. Cramer, etc. Under the yoke of these capable instructors they
were guided 'along the rugged paths of knowledge without hesitation.
Un September 12, Mr. Masselink called a meeting of all Seniors for the
purpose of organization. The primary reasons for organizing the Seniors into a
class body were as follows: l. To foster and promote a class spirit. 2. To pro-
mote clean and wholesome entertainment for its members. 3. To create a greater
interest in scholarship and to co-operate with the Ferris Institute.
At the time when the Seniors enlisted in the ranks of knowledge-seekers,
there were other mortals who did likewise--they were the Juniors. The Seniors,
being a kind and sociable group, deemed it necessary to give a reception for
the new and strange inmates. Ctlctober 6, the event took place. and it was de-
clared by all-a decided successj A hue program was rendered, games were
played, acquaintances were made and, oh! what a delicious lunch was served-
fried cakes and punch.
December l, "An All-School Party" was given by the benevolent Seniors. A
hne time was the verdict of all who partook of the merriment. Vtfhat else could
February 23, the Seniors were honored by a reception given by the juniors
and were royally entertained by an excellent program and other features of
Conscious of the fact that the close of the school year is drawing nigh and
that our present step in education will soon be completed, we, the Seniors of the
College Preparatory Department of '23 are beginning to realize how sad it will
be to leave our many friends and instructors who have been so kind and dear
to us during the past year, but we shall depart from this institution uplifted in
mind and spirit with a firm foundation for other worth while enterprises.
Furthermore, we wish to thank Mr. Ferris, Mr. Masselink and the faculty
for their hearty co-operation in our work, knowing it is due largely to their
assistance that we have reached one of the rising peaks of success.
Secretary . . .
Class Editor . .
. . . .DONgXI,D SERRELI.. . . . . .
. . .LYLE WELLS . . .
. . . .BESSIE HILL . . .
. . . .RALPH HII.lflE1l1'
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hlmix SUNIJIERLIN ..
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W. H. B.xR'l'l1i-:1.x,s. ..
. . . . Grand Rapids
. . . .Zeeland
. . . . .Arnhcim
. . . .Frankenmuth
. . . . Rothlmerry
. . . . Saginaw
IQRYN Goxnvwimim ......... Grand lxapids
Y. M . C .A.
l.-11.L1.xN Hxiuus ......... .... X Vcllston
C. ,ll NViNQU1s'r ................... Amasa
Y.M.C.A., U. P. Club
KARL S'l'll.l'2S .................... Dclton
Sigma Alpha Beta, Y.M.G.A.
S.-xnna Pmcocic ....... ......... G ullivcr
Clxrriizizixiz Siaxifif ........ Damascus, Syria
GERTRUDE GEESEMAN .... ..... M c Bain IRVING HANSON .... ..... L akeview
LQIARTIN' ROOSE ..... ...... A tlanta LA RUE LOWRY' " "" Brooklyn
O. H. SIMPKINS ............. Norfolk, Va. BETTY BLAKE """ """ Am Arbor
Football Y-Vl ' ' '
FRED HAWIXEN , S351 atche an JOSEPH A. HOMER ....... Brackenridge, Pa.
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, LAWRENCE A. SMITH ............... Byron
CLARENCE CLINE . .. ..... Big Rapids Life Workers Council
R. T. SCHUTT ..... .... G rand Rapids JOHN CATE ........................ Cedar
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RIARTHA E. F1Nm-:R ...... Menomomie, Wfis.
Secretary of juniors, Y.VV.C.A,.
W. T. STICKLEY .................. Prescott
Football, Sigma Alpha Bela
ANNA TROPP ........ , ..... Berrien Springs
VICTOR RANTA ......... ..... l 'alo, Minn.
V. WooLMAN .... .... H ighlaml Park
AILEEN DKVIGHT .... .... C lowers
JACOB VAN-XVYK ............ Grand Rapids
Sigma Alpha Beta
S. MAC. VICAR.
Phi Epsilon Alpha
VERNON GRAY ............ Muskogee, Okla.
GUY FROST .' .
. . . .Smyrna
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S. SKRZYCHI ...................... Detroit
Phi Epsilon Alpha
H. S. H.xvp13N ..................... Detroit
XV.xI:r12R SCHLICCIVI' ....... .... . Ann Arbor
J. A. F1'rzGERAI.u. . . .... Detroit
Evr:RiQ'r'ri: HEIN I ................... Belding
SIMON RUS'!il2I! .... . ..... Grand Rapids
CLl1f1fol:n AIANGLIQSON ..
M.xRcz,xR15'1' l'I.'XR'l'XVlCK ..
Lomax H. Me Doxoui..
Cmifrorm O. BOZE
.. . . . . . . .Muskegon
. . . . .Alger
. . .... Vlloodville
. . . .Fremont
. . . .Flint
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L. SLEEPIQR ..................... Imlay City ' Enfzilm C,xRRU'rHERs ........... Ithaca, N. Y.
Football, Gamma Phi Sigma, K. P. Club Phi Epsilon Alpha
NV. H. BURLINGAME ............ Ann Arbor ROBERT CROVVELL ................ Onondaga
Phi Epsilon Alpha Y.M.C.A.
C. DIE X7ET ..................... FEIYCUC XYALFORD BEEN N ..... Skanee
CHAS. ADAMS ..................... Detroit 'ELLEN BUCK "" "" A loha
Y.M.C.A., L.W.C. ' ' ' '
Gitxlzvlizvlz WARIHEN ........... Pinconning GEORGE KENT """"""" "" A llegan
Y.XV.C.A. F-C--'N '
RALPH INIICIIAIEL ......... South Bend, Ind. XTERNON HEDBURG ,,,,, ,,,, C hicago, Ill,
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RUSSELL PRYCE. .. ........... Ann Arbor
Football, Jr. Class Treas., Pres. Masonic
Club, Phi Epsilon Alpha, F. C. A.
IRENI-1 SANFORD ...................... Flint
HENRY BoCKs'rAHLEu. .... ...Traverse City
Sigma Alpha Beta
GERTRUDE SHELL .................. Spruce
BEULAH RICKERD . . . ....... McMillan
H.KRRY PEARCE ............ Sault Ste. Marie
SAUIE Roor .....
P. C. MARK ........
Glzixm' HERRING ....
. . .Flint
. . . .Smyrna
Sault Ste. Marie
. . .Brown City
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JOHN' I. K1a'1'oL.x ...........
Y.M.C.A., U. P.
MRS. R. D. Buf.1.m' .........
. . . .Detroit
. .... . . .Amasa
. . . .Big Rapids
RUTH SAFE .................... Ludington
LLOYD Low RY . .
I. S. KENNPIIJY...
. . .Brooklyn
A., Student's Council
. . . .Smithers, B. C.
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The Junior Class History
On September 19th, the juniors were called together in Room 4 for the
purpose of forming a class organization. Nominations for officers were made
Eid the following .members were duly elected to manage the class affairs: Henry
ockstahler, lresidentg Laurence Smith, Vice-president, Genevieve Warren,
Secretary, Mr. DeVV1tt, Treasurer, and Angus Belding, Editor,
The meeting being 116111, WC Were now no longer strangers to each other, for
a class spirit had been born and with the spirit came that mysterious and un-
explainable feeling of warmth and friendliness which grew out of a kindly
thought that here in our midst were others like ourselves, all of whom were
imbued with a burning desire for knowledge and culture that they might
prepare themselves for a life of future usefulness in the world. Intelligence and
character, the prime requisites in the quest for learning, stood out upon every
countenance and spoke without the need of words, of the success that was sure
to follow. These are not idle statementsg for the records of the school bear
evidence that the enrolled members of the class stand, in every subject, high above
those who have disdained to join it.
The Seniors were not long in extending the hand of fellowship and welcome.
On the evening of October 6th they entertained the class at a get-acquainted meet-
ing in Orchestra Hall, and inspired the Juniors with their energetic spirit and
warmth of friendliness. This occasion will ever be held by the junior class as
one of the memorable events of school life at Ferris Institute.
The 23rd of February following was marked by a. reception given for the
Senior class. It was a very successful attempt to return the compliment of the
Autumn before. The main speakers of the evening were F.. M. Clark, in his
lecture on "The Value of Time," and Mr. Carlisle who delighted everyone with
a series of his remarbably fine readings. Miss Hartwick's fine rendition of
Paderewski's "Minuet," Mr. Johnson's humorous poem, followed by addresses
from the two class presidents, Angus Belding of the juniors, and Ralph Hilpert
of the Seniors, completed the program. The rest of the evening was given over.to
dancing and, following that, a hnely prepared lunch was served. The entertain-
ment was under the supervision of Martha Fender, George Rent and Jacob Van-
Xvykyassisted by the newly elected class officers for the latter half of the school
year. These are as follows: Angus Belding, P1'CS1Cl6l'ltj Sadie Root, Viceipresi-
dent, Martha Fender, Secretary g Russell Pryce, Treasurer, and W. T. Strickley,
Class Editor. ,
The motto of the Junior class of 1923 may be found in any one of the superb
verses which are quoted here:
"You will be what you will to beg
Let failure find its false content
In that poor world, 'environment,
But spirit scorns it and is free.
It masters time, it conquers spaceg
It cows that boastful trickster, Chance,
And bids the tyrant Circumstance
Uncrown, and fill a servant's place.
The human NYill, that force unseen,
The offspring of a deathless Soul,
Can hew a way to any goal,
Though walls of granite intervene.
Be not impatient in delay.
But wait as one who understandsg
Xvhen spirit rises and commands,
The Gods are ready to obey."
W. D. CRAMER
M. A. JONES
E. J. PARR
Biology MILDRED TRAVIS
R. E. HODGES ....
'Rosin makes a violin bow slip"
NIELVIN HART ..................... Jerome
"Uf'l1at slzall I
I. M. CUSHING..
"He will have his
XVALTER SMITH. . .
do to be fClllIf0Il.Y?U
, F.C.A., U. P.
way if it takes a dayu.
. ............ Big Rapids
CECIL ARCHER ................... Hesperia
"Pharmacy in th
e daytime and slzortlzaud
JEAN STEWART . ...... ...... .... G l adstone
"He takes the air
out of solutions with a
M. SCHERMERHORN ...Bangor
GLEN TRIESTRAM .............. Kalamazoo
Class President, F.C.A.
"lflf'lzy, man: Didu't you ever lzear of
ARTHUR CROSS ....................... Caro
"CajQ'eine comes from cal-res"
FRANK SHETTERLEY ............... Freeland
F. C . A .
Ulf you ean't keep your lzanrls of your
lIClglZl70l' you had better put tlzem in your
CHARLES NIYERS .............. Grand Rapids
"He looks solemn as a deacon-but"
I B. HOLES ...................... Hastings
"He would like to revise the State Board"
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W. C. HZALI. ...................... Alpena
"I would if I vould but I crm't"
CLARENCE Rlxu ............... NVest Branch
K. of C., Gamma Phi Sigma
ARTHUR H ILL ........... . ....... .... C oral
De Molay, F.C.A.
"H e thinks Rm' Beach. is a szmzmer resort"
13. G. CQUTHAN ............... Grand Rapids
Football, Basket Ball
KENNETH C. NOBLE ............. Vestaburg
"A typical IIC-'Z,'U1lIPn
W. J. BRAAMS15 ............... Coopersville
"A shark at figures"
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HELEN N,EVARRE ......... . ..... VVyandotte
"A man! A 11za1z.' My kingdom for a man."
Fmzn RASMANN ............... Antigo, VV is.
"iWork the perfect man., and behold the up
O. C. KUIECK ............... Grand Rapids
F.C.A., Basket Ball
"An out-door sport"
GLEN PIANDSHAXV ....... . ........ Mendon
"A heart S1llClSIl'c'37',"
XVALTER BERGMAN ............... Escanaba
'lllasfer of I1-is f1l0llgllfSU
B. F. VVASZEWSKI .................. Detroit
"Ani artist. H e uses his lcachers for models"
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F. J. HENNING ............. Benton Harbor
"M'asfcr of his thoughts"
JOHN DU HABIICI. .... ...Grand Rapids
W. E. A. MEHNER1' .............. Bay City
"Surely, I shall be wiser in a yea1"'
MRS. GEO. NEXXVELL ............... Caledonia
"She helps Mr. Jones watch 'lVIr. Newell"
GARDNER E. THQRNE ............... Lansing
i'llIain.' smiling, deslrudliive, flattering man"
MILES DAUGHEli'l'Y .......... Benton Harbor
"The House of David put his town on the
BENNIE GREENBURG ................ Vassar
Basketball, Y.M.C.A., F.C.A.
"D01z't tell me anything, I know it all"
ALBERT ZUBER ............. Harbor Springs
Basketball, Catholic Club
"If tlzcre is any mail from Ann Arbor, its
H. S. OBERSIG ....................... Coral
"lfVith imdaimtcd courage he sails the sea
K. F. SLAWSON .................. Greenville
"Oh gracious, wlzcre is my powder pug?"
JOHN OLIVER . .................... Pontiac
"Ah, yes! I t's rawther deep. Ba fave"
CLAUDE BERGEVIN ............... Muskegon
"Oh, Freiichy, F1'enchy"
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E. M. 1'IAL1fMAN ................... Fowler
Catholic Club, F.C.A.
"Hath laughter gone dead out of thee?"
FRANCIS CHASE. . . . ................ Adrian
"Just av kid, and, like all kids, kiddishu
P. L. CURRIE ................ Harbor Beach
"All great men are dead and I doift feel
ALVIN LoRENz .................... DeWitt
"A very quiet boy fin cla-ssj
NORBIAN BALL .................... Milford
"There is more money 111, the Bank"
RALPH DE VRIES ............. Grand Rapids
F.C.A., Catholic Club
"What part of a hog does olive oil come?"
"They raise that kind of hogs in Grand
OSCAR CARLSON ................ Menominee
U. P., F.C.A.
"The boy who would be bad"
GRACE COLLINS ................ .Frankfort
"lfVe dohit know her very well, but we"d
BEN PIERCE .......... ...... ..... D o wagiac
"He plays a wicked fiddle"
GEORGE NENVELL . ................ Caledonia
"He likes to slzozfel snow"
IQENNETH LAKE ................. Petoskey
"He jllsl-Fflllll keep Mill"
R. H. PITTS ..................... Rockford
"Do1z.'t fell anybody that I'uI married"
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LIILTON BROXVN ................ Carsonvillc
"To be or aol to lie, that is the question"
BURDIS'1'l'E BROWN ............... Charlotte
"ll'hy ean't the rest of you behave as well
as I do?"
L. C. BARBER ................... Rose City
"III deep meditation mostly wrapped"
H:kRRY HRXHN .......... - ....... St. Joseph
"He lives in St. Joe because the House of
Dowd is Ill Benton Harbor"
I. C. DICKINSON ............... Carson City
F. C. A., Catholic Club
"I work eight hours? sleep eight hours?
That leaves eight hours for love"
T. A. GOODWIN ..... t ............... Ithaca
"Don't shore so loud, you might woken
' your scat-mate"
H. R. GEORGIA .................... St. Johns
Masonic Club, F.C.A.
"I douft let ladies interfere with my studies"
I. L. BONSALL ......... . ......... Fenwick
"Blaster of his thoughts"
GRANT FORRESTER ....... ........ F rankfort
"He'd be a ladies' maui if he"d give theuia
HARLEY ,S MITH ............ Cedar V Springs
EVELYN DICKINSON ......... Blissfield
"You will have to show me" g
HARVEY SICARD ................ Muskegon
. Federal Board, C.C.A.
"A yard wide and all wool?"
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CLARENCE CARP1aN'r1zR ......... . . . .Lansing
"I ca1z't get along with girls"
A. F. Goonwm ................ Carson City
Masonic Club, F.C.A.
"He may know if, but he never tells it"
h'llLl"ORD PoR'rER ....... ...... ..... M i lford
"I want some Barnzzm Dzoxideu
N. J. HERRINGTON ................ Hastings
"He would like to rerfise the Slate Board"
H. B. GREEN ........ ......... ..... S a ginaw
"A Toxicology shark"
C. L. ROWE ..................... Big Rapids
Federal Board Club, Federal Board Show
troupe, Editor Pharmic Class
"Tl1a1's pretty good"
H. FORSBERG ................ N orth' Bradley
"I d01L,f know, but there is sonzetlzing about
the Shorthand Department that
appeals to 1nc"'
LLOYD SXVOGGER .............. Grand Rapids
"I am going to start to study next week"
P. D. HAYWARD ................. Hastings
"Speech is great but silenee is greater."
F. RocHoN ....................... Fowler
"Illia Roclzon, you may sit down in front"
LEO NAULT .................... Ishpeming
U.P.Club, Catholic Club
"WY B. is my fat'orite"
RAY TURCOT1' .................... .
"He hath leuowledge by the case
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jonx J. Hocsxx... ..... Detroit liS'l'ER BANGHAM .................. Athens
Louis CARRAHER ............... Ann Arbor
"For Sale-One white mule"
D. H. REYCRAFT .................. Petoskey
"I have the face of a clzerzfb but the brains
of an imp"
GAILLARD DELL .................. Sand Lake
"The sheep lzerder from Sand Lake"
NVM. H. GARLAND ........... Iron Mountain
Fed. Board, 'Masonic Club, F.C.A.
"I like fast horses"
Guo. SMITH ...................... Holland
"I dare not leazemy post"
Secretary and Treasurer
"Life find her always llze same"
CHARLES NEARBIAN .............. Escanaba
Catholic, U. P.
"1 am not so foolish as fo let studies infer-
fere with my pleasure"
VICTOR KRIEGER ............. Benton Harbor
"He has good looks, good oozce, and
CHESTER VVARNER ..... ........ . Shaftsburg
"Pet him, girls, he won't bite"
HARRISON BROOKS ................. Ithaca
D. VV. Cox ....................... Pinckney
"A lion among the ladies is a dangerous
N o Definite Aim
No, worried sick was not the name.
After a few exposures to definite ann.
I had previously thought that education
VVould decide one's right vocation.
I hadn't attended F. I. many days
NNhen I learned the error of my ways
You who have had the same surprise
Will know how to sympathize:
My constant torment day andnight,
N o definite aim-the Senator's right.
Grown up with no definite aim,
And nobody but myself to blame.
Useless now to aspireto be,
A President someday, or a Ford, maybe,
Unless I cease drifting and make up my mind
The key to the right thing could I but find. V
If I knew, what I'd' do best on earth
Ild surely pursue it, for all that it's worth.
The solution had eluded me for many a day
VVhen the Senator Cunconsciouslyj showed me t
He chose for his topic one cold winter morn
Arctic explorers and the hardships they've borne,
And urged all present, whose tastes ran to seal
To take up the burden for woe or for weal.
This speech made a startling effect upon me.
I have never attended a university,
But can readily acquire a freezing degree,
And for arctic explorers have great sympathy,
If I must immorta-lize my name
I'd much prefer a warm pathway to fame.
Much glory and honor to those men is due
Especially now, that they've given me my cueg
But ruling out things that I just could not do,
Not even if offered a million or two,
I hope to arrive at my destination
Via the process of elimination.
I feel a hundred per cent lighter of heart
Now that I've finally made a fair start,
If I avoid all for which I'm not meant,
Goodness only knows how the future'll be spent,
It's a tremendous relief tho? just the same,
For one so long without definite aim.
' A. E. R.,
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Pharmacy Class History
SCf7fl'lIlIIf'l' 5.-School opened with the Pharmacy deparuncnt having a total
enrollment of one hundred and twenty-six students, the largest in the history of
Sepiczizbvl' Il.-ClZ1SS was officially organized and the following officers were
lelwkin' XX'.x1.'ri-:ics . ,,,, Prqgidgm
,lonx Bun: ........... Yicc-President
HELEN CLARK.. .... Secretary and Treasurer
October 14.-I'TZlllOXVC,C11 dancing was given at Music llall. The decorations
were orange and black crepe paper, ever-green, and cardboard skeletons. This
was one of the most delightful parties ever held at the school. But how could
it have been otherwise with a room full of Pharmics and Mr. and Mrs, M. A.
-Innes for chaperons?
Nowzazbci' 7.-Our President was elected to the United States Senate.
Nowizzber 8.-The results were officially reported and at once the Pharmics
began to lay plans for a suitable celebration. It started at the beginning of the
afternoon session. All the Pharmacy students left their seats and started a
parade throughout the building. All the different departments of the school
joined in the line.
The first objective was Xlr. Ferris' home. There our good gray President
met the mob of happy students and gave them a short talk. The students gave
the school yells and then proceeded to carry the town. A hurry up band was
organized and mounted on an old discarded hook and ladder wagon and took
the leading place in the parade. The celebration was kept up until a late hour
Nozfmzzbcz' 17.-This was the Pharmics day, the last day of sc-hool before the
state board. Yells were given at morning exercises. In the evening a theater
party was held followed by a smoker that was such a tremendous success that
it lasted into the "wee sma" hours of the morning.
November 20.-Sixty-four students left for Grand Rapids to take the State
Board examination. The largest number of F. I. Ph2l1'111iCS that CVC1' W1'0tC the
state examination at one time. The result was that ninety-two per cent passed.
Jamumfy I2-1923-Class was reorganized, and the following officers were
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GLENN lRl1as'rl:,x xi . . ------- l llbldillt
Nomux l3.x1.I, .. .......... XQICC-P1'CS1ClC11t
liS'l'lIliR l3,xNu11.Axxi .... , . .. Secretary and Treasurer
fllllllflfy I6.-FOU1' short course students went to Grand Rapids to write the
State Board examination. This group of F. T. Pharmics passed one hundred
!a1zum'y 26.-The Pharmacy department gave an all school dancing party.
The hall was trimmed in red and white crepe paper with skeleton and skull effects
artistically arranged about the room. Mr. and Mrs. jones were the chaperons.
Ma1'Clz 16.-The department gave a theater party and smoker in honor of
those leaving on the following Monday to write the State Board examination.
Ma1'clz 19.-Forty-six of our students left to write the March examination,
we are hoping that they hold the one hundred per cent record.
C1-IARLES L. Rowiz, Edifor.
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'lihe community and student liody were shocked to learn that XYayne l'etei'son
was killed hy an ofiieer on the evening of September 28, 1922. ln company with
several students he attended the Fair in the evening, returning at 11 o'eloek.
lYithout justification a group of a dozen students were attacked lay state and local
ofiieers under the pretense that they were hurglars. To escape trouble nearly all
the hoys ran. Two or three did not and told the omeers who they were. This
did not stop pursuit of those who tied. The result was that Wayne Peterson was
shot down in cold blood and died almost immediately. I-le was one of the finest
young men in school, a member of the Pharmacy Department, a high sehool grad-
uate and a Mason in good standing. He was quiet and reserved in disposition,
a young man of high ideals.
The students and faculty of the Ferris institute extend their sympathy to the
parents and brother.
K. G. IMERRILL, Principal W. T. HEIN
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Ed. Com'l. Teachers, Orchestra, Masonic
Club, Football, Vice-Pres. K. of P's, Pres.
U. P. Club, Vice-Pres. Class, Gamma Phi
Sigma, Asst. Ed.-in-Chief of Year Book.
"'Who is it that can read a woman?"
I'lliNRY L. F,LZINGA....... ....... Ellsworth
"Every man has Izzs devilish 7l'Li1l'llf6'Su
CLIFFORD BECKLEY .................. Amble
"Female f7'iCIlfl1Sl11.f7S are his greatest asset"
DAN DILSWORTH ............... Sebewaing
Sigma Alpha Beta, F.C.A., Baseball
"Iwi advance they taught us this way"
FLOYD HANSON ................. Whitehall
Banking Class Pres., F.C.A.
"Let no women come within a mile of
my house" '
JOHN W ESCH ................... Brooklyn
Gamma Phi Sigma, Baseball
"I believe in taking things as they come and
making the best of them"
EDWARD J. WHYMER ............... Owosso
Catholic Club, Gamma Phi Sigma
"Men make love-, Wovnievi make wives"
LESTER COLBY ............... Traverse City
RAYMOND SUBORA .............. Ludington
KA man becomes famous because he has the
proper stay? in him"
CARL EMAN .................... Ishpeming
U. P. Club, F.C.A.
"A pretty girl and a true one for me"
BER1' S. IMESON .................... Alpena
Sigma Alpha Beta
"I think it should be this way"
EDWIN I. MILLER ................ Negaunee
"Now look it here"
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GEORGE TUCK .............. . . .Milford TFHORNXVALD L. PETERSON .... .... C Rruyling
"Class Joker" Xvhity
RAYMOND CHIMNER ............ Cheboygan 051 JU
I . Red D. M. STUMP .................... Shepherd
111151 ffmf 506' llU'0U9ll flwf " 'Tis modesty that makes him .vevuz di-z-im"'
R- D- BIELBY ---------------'---- L3-ke City L. V. HUNT ................. liaton Rapids
U , Mason, Elk H "Hey, fellows, exeuse me, zvlzile I luke u
Silence never makes blunvders sl1c1z.L,"
NV. L. THOMPSON. ........ Green Bay, NVis. HrXROLD G. GEIREN ............. Charlcvoix
Commercial President F.C.A', Masonic Club
"He loves the young and he loves old" Sleepy Eye
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CARL J. RIDIHERING ............ Grand Rapids ll UH OO mm Id me see
N ' C0I151d'ifY3f10I? 1 l , EARL HOWLAND ................... Lansing
"Ylzeres no conszderatzon zu thzs' 0
F. T. VYAN EMs'rER ............... Bay City
H. NV. ALXVI-IRY ..................... Milford Van
HMXVOIIICII never did agree with me"
"l'l"l1af is lllfll, I didn'l get it"
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11 Phi Epsilon Alpha Federal Board Club,
gl "True love is the price of Celia" "Is it permissible to do this?"
FRANK W, FREEMAN ,,,,,,,,,,, Kalamazoo OLNEY .L. QRAFT1 ...... u ............ Owosso
1 F1-eckles Editor-in-Chief, Crimson and Gold
' "I haven't 'written that quiz yet" Gamma Phi Sigma I U
1 . "Shot wtth a 'w0mah's smile
1 CORNELL KOOPMAN ........... Grand Rapids HORACE DOMPHIRRE Neqalmee
K Phi Epsilon Alpha . H D
yi Vatllflb W'Uf3', all 15 'vamflv "How do you make that out?"
HOWgXRD E, COLE ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Battle Creek ARTHUR HALL .................... Cadillac
1 Judge Orchestra
. ,, C' ,, 'lP61l171G1ZS1l-lf? instructor for Pace
The law book I-have at home says and Page dawn
DONALD McDo1E:ALlp.iQ..d. .... Cheboygan NORRIS G. TOWSLEY ............ Big Rapids
'1 at QIC u Old Faithful
i1 HAIV- Mffflll, heff? 18 OWU "This is the way they do it down home"
11 WALs'r1z1N C. Howigu, ,,,,,, ,...,..... C am PAUL I. WOLFE .......... Brownsville, Penn.
11 T9-fdy Commercial Editor
,1 "How does the book answer it?" "Just so if wears skirts"
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ROBJQRT GOLTZ .................. Big Rapid
Advertising Editor, Debating Class, K.
P. Club, De Molay Club, Plii Epsilon
"Large bodies more slowly"
XVILBIJQT L. JONES ............... XVolverine
"Va1'iely puts the pep in living"
NVM. DE GROW ....................... Flint
Pres. Prof. Accountants, Fed. Board Club
Please remember, boys, I um. ci married
Federal Board Club
FAY VVOLVIZRTON ................ Big Rapids
"lfV0rlc makes the wheel fum"
Federal Board Club, Debating class
"Just a real good mr"
EARL TILI MONS ................. Hartford
PZEIL D. VAN HfXFTEN .......... Kalamazoo
I1zv1NG Buuiiz ................ Grand Rapids
Sigma Alpha Beta
"I do1z't care cz bit for the girls here in F. I."
Federal Board Club, K. P. Club
"Jimi a moifzezzf, .Miz lllerrill, 'was that right
Mid the constant grind of worldly business comes the ever increasing demand
for further knowledge in the realm of higher accounting. Even as Caesar
needed Gaul to make known' his mighty powers to the world, this new department
is going to give the Ferris Institute a greater name among men. Its graduates
will enter into the business affairs of the country and will be consumed as
individuals into that abyss, but the effect of their influence will be felt in years
to come by the school in the shape of a steady increase in -the phase of industrial
learning. Already our graduates are making names for themselves and those
who have come in contact with certain members of our class feel sure that
we have others who will also be known outside their own circle.
- ROBERT W. GOLTZ, Editor.
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XVINIFRED Bl-:iff .... . .............. Merrill AGNES V. ANDERSON ........... Stambaugh
F.C.A., Catholic Club H Debating Club, U- Club U
--1 vzvanf o ,Hoo fowl, moo good owls" To know her once is to like her always
GAIL JEWELL .......'...., ontl... S tantoo BERNICE BIZLITZ .................. Midland
"lt matters not hott' long we lizfe, but how" "In manners is this maiden dignified,
, ' , And on all o'easio can IJ relied"
Ciao Gowmo .................... Midland L Hs 8
"Nothing e-z'er worries me" IVA DEWEY .......... ...... .... Ea s tjordan
1 V i , , Debating Club, Y.W.C.A.
MARGERY Mbxcl'-R --'--'- " -"' Mamstlque "I have none other than a 'woman's reason"
P1-:ARL OSTRCYl'H .................. Hastings BFXTRICE NFBFL Gladstone
H M .. 1 f A,, .x . . .... ........ .....
In bww 0' at ' H0 ond U. P. Club, Masonic, Eastern Star Club
STANLEY SM1'1'H ................ Big Rapids "All 'who may meet her, find in her a friend"
"Calm, steady, and modest, is this ELEAYOR MODFN Pontiac
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DOROTHY MAN-NHAN ------- -----'-- R 0dnCY "She never thinks for a momenft that she is
Debating Club, Y.XN'.C.A. not attractive.0f f0"9Cf-S ffl, 100k
"She ontshone ns all as to knowledge" as eharnlvly U5 1705511710
GOLDIE BIZAUDRY .... ........... B runswick
"Her idle lzours were spent in study"
XVILDRIED GUY .................. Stambaugh
U. P. Club
VI-Ie lzatlz his slzare of wisdom"
ALICE SXVANSON ........... ...Crystal Falls
U. P. Club, F.C.A.
LOUIS Moo'rIIAR'r ............. Cando, N. D.
"Persevera11ee keeps lzonor bright"
IVIABEL PHILLIPS ................... Holton
"An enemy slze has noi, but a smile always"
ANNA :KOSKI .................. Ishpeming
Debating Club, U. P. Club
"Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be
SABRA BARRILTT ....... ........... M idland
".S'l1e fvnssesses a rlzarming j1ers0nality"
LUCY liLIMISH ....... ........ ..Ewen
Catholic Club, U. P. Club
"I worked with patience wlzriclz means
.AVIS INMAN ..................... Midland
Eastern Star Club
"If e'er she had an angry tlzonglzt, she
spoke no angry word"
ELIZABETH ROBINSON . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alanson
"A lzard worker and a 'willing helper"
VVILLIAM HILL ................. Big Rapids
"He studies lziard and learns rapidly"
CELIA LIANNING .............. VVhite Cloud
"'Tis noble -to be 'wise
But nobler to be good"
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RUTH INSELMAN . ............... Hesperia
Debating Club ' U
'A good zvorfl and smile for all"
CHRISTINA LARSEN ........... Beaver Island
nCllCll'1ll strikes the lzearf, but merit wins
the soul" .... .... ....
AGNES E. ANDERSON ............. Negaunce
Debating Club, U. P. Club
"Here's to tlze girl alfzvays so sweet,
llfriflz a smile and briglzf words for
all slze may mee!"
GERALD RoYS ..................... Jackson
"Ajj1'airs by diligent labor only, fl1I'l'UL'u
GENEVA PHILLIPS ................. Holton
Debating Club i
trQ'Il1Cf ways bespealc a modest mind"
CLARICE FENDER ......... ........ C oral
"lt zs suclz a serious llzing to be short"
JEAN UNDERXNlOOD .............. ..Bad Axe
"Alera is tlzy due, more than all can pay"
NIERLE Sw.xNSoN ............... Slainbaugh
U. P., Club, Debating Club
'KA daughter of the Gods, difzfinely fall,
and mos! fliviuely fair"
AGNES RASBIUSSEN . ....... .. ..... T1-ufant
"A genial dzlsposiliolz wins many f1'ie1zrls"
MARGARET HEINZ ....... .......... r Xuburn
' "lVIay her brilliaucy never fade"
GEORGE STRICKLAND ...... Drummond Island
Debating Club, U. P. Club
"All the great men are dead, and I don't
feel 'well myself"
BEULAH MODEN ................... Pontiac
"Hang sorrow, care will kill a eat,
Tl:-erefore le! as be merry"
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XVILFREIJ NIYRMICL ............... Xklhitehall
"He doesn't say mzlclz, buf when lze slorts in.,
j'01l',fl be surprised"
STANLEY CHR1s'r1ANsoN ....... m .... Trufaut
"So much one man erm do flmz' does both
net and known
Oscmz HMB ................... Ann Arbor
"He has fl slmjve lo win grace flzo he has
IQENNETH H. BE'r'rs ........ ....... L ansing
"As proper a young num as ezfer slood upon
VVALTER BLANK ................. Reed City
F.C.A., Football, Baseball
"An eye lilee llfars-lo llzreaien and
XVILLIAM LADNER ..... . ......... Big Rapids
"The mold of a HIUl1'S future is in lzis owne
fXR'l'HUR MORSE .................. Hesperia
"On 'their own merits rmoelesf men are dlllllrbu
HELBIER I-IENDRICKSON .......... Gladstone
'i'l'Vl1e1'e 'ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be
GEORGE JMZEYERS ............ .... F remont
'fOf stature fall and slender frame, but
XVM. IQNUDSON ......... ...
"But little noise is mmle lrv tlzose
A. B. CAMPBELL...
LEVI GEASLER ...........
"An honest man is ilze nobles! work
. . .Lake
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JACK BAUSHKE ............. Benton Harbor
Phi Epsilon Alpha
"'Tis the mind lhaf wzakes the body rich"
LYLE BINGHAM . ..............,.... Alamo
"Nowhere so busy cz mau there was and yet
he seemed busier than he was"
EDWARD DIEIXIOND . . . , . . . .Alpena
ELMER HAARALA ............... Ann Arbor
U. P. Club
"Your word is as good as the bank, sir"
VERYLE MICK ........,........... Arcadia
"Idle weeds are fast in growth"
HAROLD MC GILL ................. Hesperia
"He has a kind of honor which sets him off
from other men"
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HAIiOI.lJ BELVILLE .................. Mesiclc
"A flow of words is no proof of wisdom or
DOIIOTHY JACOBS ................... Ithaca
"Begouc, dull care, lhou aud I shall :zowr
HAROLD HAHN . ......... ...Unionville
"A hcarf to rcsolz'e, a head lo coufrirfc, and
a hand lo I'.1'l'C'IllCU
FLOSSIE WALLACE ................ Portland
"There is such a charuz in melauclzoly, I
would nor, if I could, be gay"
D. SALO ..... ...Ncgaunee
HA ROLD ICNA PP ..................... Evart
"His fancy losf in jvleasaul dreams"
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HONG wjlosl. WO,-k -was always done, me 7.05.1 liozeuu f0lf'llI0.Sl zu lln ICIIIICA of fun
-nzusl relunin uu.vald" -
ADALAIDE HUNT . . . . .Hllllnan
PIARRY Cool: .................... .Grayling HOWARD KNAW l nl.. ..,, ,.-,,, ,,,,, E X ' art
Gamma Phi Sigma
"'A frimul -zvillz a free lzond, an open heart,
and a ready smile"
H. GILl3IilQ'l' ........................ Melvin
"A sleluler young nuin, ilze latest model"
P12'r13R M.xR1HUGH ......... Harbor Springs
"lVise anduvlow, they .vtunzlfle fha! run foo
A fax!" -
TRACY MCCONKIE . . ......... Crystal
F. O. GREEN ............. Sault Ste. Marie
Gamma Phi Sigma, Baseball
"A glass of fnslzion and tl mold of forma"
"For my own part, I slzull be glad fo learn
of noble men"
IDORWIN I.ox'li . . .......... . . .Charlotte
"Young fellolws will be young fellows"
XYILLIAM A1'1.1aY .......... ...Alma
Nlfnjoy life ere 'iris fled, for when you die,
you'1'e al long time dead"
LORA SEAMAN .................... Sumner
"1 li-ve in the world 1'n1ln'r as a spectator
of znunkizul than one of the species"
The Banking Course is one of the most important features of the Business
Department of the Institute. The banks are maintained for the transaction of
business with the business practice students and to give banking students a
practical insight into the work of a modern bank. Large organizations never
transact their entire business with one bank, therefore the Banking Department
boasts three well organized banks, the Merchants, the College, and the
At one o'clock P. M. the students report for work. The familiar phrase of
"Everyone up to the bar for roll-call" rings out, followed by "No defiance,
please," if some student doesn't respond readily. The overseers or cashiers of the
various offices respond to roll-call with a "Here" if everyone is present. "Ready
for work" follows and the daily routine begins. Checks, notes, and drafts are
brought to the banks by business practice students, for deposit, to be discounted,
or left for collection, as the case may be. Each banking student has his duties
assigned to him, so the work of entering the deposits and checks in the Individual
Ledger, notes in the Loan and Discount Register, etc., proceeds very orderly.
At one-forty-five, "Banks are closed, go ahead with your clearings" comes
from the instructor. The daily General-journal trial balance is prepared by each
bank, while the Clearing House report is made by one student for the three
'banks. Cashiers pay or receive on the clearings as in actual business. The
cashis counted and a cash report turned in to the president. Occasionally the
Deposit Ledger of a bank gets out of balance, or the Bills Discount Register
fails to prove, and help is called in to get things right. But we are very willing
to admit that we have a very able instructor and president who keeps close
watch over his proteges, and does not let them get far out of the way before
setting them right.
O. L. C.-K. H. B.
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GEORGE PARDEEH? .............. Big Rapids ' Eu. H. BEHREND ............... Big Rapids
X'M'C'A' "Aw, I forgot my books"
"Lazy folks always 'work the hardest"
CHARLES HIL'l' .................. Muskegon
LAVVRENCE QUIGG ................. Trufant ffAsk he, .fo go ibifh me f0,,ig1,t'f
"I wish .she'd write every day"
' A I FRENCH ..... Portland, Ore.
BETTY LOWELL .. .............. Flint ' ' ' "
"No, 1 ggyff go uvifkz SMH. fm S0,.,,yw "Desks were made to fmt your feet on"
HAROLD BABCOCK ............... Big Rapids KENNETH CASE --'-------'--"" Houghton
De Molay, Gamma Phi Sigma , De Molay, U- P- Club, F-C-A-
"Myt best hours are spent among ladies" "This accomlrt is only sho", 32510001
THIEL P051- ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,-,,'-..... A 1 ma TLXLIEXANDER MCCAUI,EX' ......,.... St. James
, "Don'l ask me" Catholic Club
MYRTLE BADDER ..................... Ionia F f'Pf"m"fk if too dvd, for me to qmdersmudn
Y,W,C,A. FRVVIN FISHER .............. Frankenmuth
Aw, N014 'NGN -903' ff Wifi' fi01f'U"-Y" "I see where I burn the midnight oil"
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"T1mI'.v H01 lml'r1'. Lvl un' .vllmv you" IJ,P,S,
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H1-11.r:N XX1i111.1'1'z141-Z.. ............ Big Rapids M 'QOH I 'NWN M I Aynm
f-1 K,-,-,f,,'y f,, 41,-4-.,,,,N" Rom':R'r FISHER ..................... Ithaca
. ".Ul'. jlvrrill mils! llziuk I'n1 ri vlxivk-a-dee"
RM' HARDING ................. Centerville h
x Ulf he bf, H will ,jmwix U MU,-, RIARIII.-X joiixsox ................ Cadillac
. C. C. KING ................. Pittsfield, Ill. "l'm 1115 IJIOIIIIILST blond 11f'l'C',
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Gmc 0 ml 10' 1 mu 'H 'H 1'.A1xi,xLUCH'r .,................ Big Rapids
RUTH M11.L1eR .................,. Manistcc "1 144571 1 had ff !!00d 1.011 -V0"1CU'hf"'f"'
"MN 4'0"1Plf'-Vin" i-V 011-f011fff'f3' "f"""U1H DANIEI. D. L1N'1'1-:x1L"riI ............. Rodney
KYRON O'CONNoR ............. Carson City HH hm I had me """"l1f-C MC" eff'
Catholic Club D. C. TRUE ................. Rives Junction
K "Hf'eIl, tlmllv Ihr way l'a' do ii" "Honor thy .Iouruals and 1.0dgcrs"
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GEORGE W. WATSON .............. Pickford YINING VVILSON ................ Big Rapids
"Still water runs deep" ,De Molay . ,,
'Start workmg-here comes Ferrzs
DON MC GREGOR """"""""' Lake City CARL HUMPERT .. .................. Reese
"That should balance-but it don't" Cathoyic Club
'W' le ' I ' 1' "
E. A. SAVVDY ................... Grass Lake or is me Stag of my We
Orchestra ODESSA DE LES QEQKIFIIERA .......... Vassar
Got at done? Lemme see 1t" ff?-,lege typew,ritL,,,s'a7fL,nit big enoughi,
JOHN DEVoSS ................... Falmouth RUTH In BUTTON ........ , '.-. Travel-Se Cify
"I wonder if Mr. Hein 'was righf' Y.W.C.A.
"I hope he wont call on me"
JOHN F' SCHN1iEDEE'i. "" 1"'SchOHe1d' WIS' DTTO E. ANDERSON ................. Spruce
N . at OIC Cub Public Speaking Club
MS' kingdom fvf 0 ledger balance" "Laugh when you conf scowl when
C. .C ................. ' .
I HAQERF C1 b D P S Gfaylmg HERBERT BARNES ........... Thompsonv1lle
" H , a OIC 'u' ' ' ' Y.M.C.A., F.'C.A.
Im the bf'-Vt bdfkffball Player here" "Gosh, Pennock works us hard!"
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CELIA JOHNSON .... G .......... ' ..... Lansing EDNA Mgygkg ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Thrgc Qaks
Y:l.XV.C.A.,.Catholic Club, Gilmore Club Y,XV,C,A,
I mul thmk of a word ,U wflff hm' "lVill one of you boyo show me how to
JAMES ORDINGCA ............ Williamstown post Nm?
tholic Club . , p , - .
NDC as 1 Say, not as I don ISABELLE MuNRoY...w.C..A. ..... Llk RapidS
PAUL HAAE .................... Ann Arbor "My hair 'worft fluff like it should"
I dont know C TORVAL NIARTINSEN ........... Mcnomincc
XVILFRED NELSON ............... Stambaugh Q
U. P. Club STEPHEN HULKA ....... Muskegon Heights
".Mr. Pennoek is sure liberal about giving Federal Board
us work" "I'Il tell what you want to know"
C. B. 1fORGAN .................... Lansing L. S. DURAND .................... Republic
K.H.P'S Catholic Club, U. P. Club
"Seek and ye shall find" "That debit should be a fredii"
FRANCIS HAYNAK ................ Clarence ELMER SANDBERG ................. Cadillac
"This is easy if you only know how" "Don't bother me. 1,111 busy Iodayv
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Gamma Phi Sigma Catholic Club
"Who wants to .rec mc? IfVI1cre is she? "l'V7'Uf fffflf' 'NUS' I SFU N011 fill-Y C'7'f'?H
R055 GXVILLIOMQ ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,., LICBai11 ESTER COULSON' ..................... Ionia
"Gimme .rilcnrc 'cr gimme dL'UI'11H Y--XV-C-,A-, F-C-AW in
"I zvondcr zf that s a dcbzf or a credzt
GEORGIA I'IAYXVARD ......... South Boardman ,
Y.XV.C.A, Snr ROE ........................ Pickford
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la 0 0 PM Us 05' H ' "Did .rho smile af yon, tool'
VV. B. RETHERFORIJ .................... Fl' t
FIC A m CHESTER LEBERMAN ...... ,.Mt. Vernon, Ill.
N , ' ', , .. Mason, Federal Board, Orchestra
Wzsh Pemmrh zcouldnt talk so ffm' ,fEw',yb0dJ,s out of mm, but may
:HELEN AN'l'I1ONY . Ludingt0n
ff - "" I ""' "" - , RALPH FORREQT .................. Rockford
fill ' .- r ?' . ' . . ,,
W1 3011 mfvlauz that ngazn. HI hw mn U fungi? of books
CLARENCE IVICNMEARA .......... Manistique ALICE DELONG , .l.-...,-....-,... Hesperia
U I, Cafhollc Club. U. P., Y.W.C.A.. F.C.A.
N zll you be 1101110 fomorrofw mglzt then?" "If's1zinc ffclock, Gvorgv. Vozfd better go"
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Salesmanship and Advertising
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,lox-1 Moxcmuc ................... Bessemer R. F. Pmsoxs ........... ..Lansing
U. P. Club, Liarnxna Phi Sigma 1:-C-A.
C. C. Axmgusox ...................... Alba , - , V
Gamma Phi Sigma, Baseball ll. j. SCHLRR ........... ..... S agmdu
,l. P. MA'1'T1ra ..................,.. Bessemer ROIYUVV RUGG'-E5 ----- 'BW Citi'
Li. l'. Cluli
IQIALITH Sxirxcmilz .................. Kenton
WM, REILLY ................ Flint SCC. U. p. Club
Gamma Pln bigma, Football
HXZEL ARYOLD Bin Rflpids RoN,xLD L'IAXCHliS'I'ER ....,.. ..Lansing
.-X. B. Rlzvxouls ................. Centerville lf- E- Dum'-E -'--'---- 1-' '- --'- Hudson
Pres. .XClYCI'llSlI1gAZlllCl Sales De Molay, lx. 1'.
Salesmanship and Advertising
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ORVILLE JACOBS .. .... Snover
GEO. LUNDQUIST ......... . . . . . . .Marquette
K. P. Club, U. P. Club
GARAEED FARSAKIAN. .. .... Cairo, Egypt
VINAS MCGOWAN .. .... Sodus
D. H. ROBERTSON ............ Grand Rapids
Mason, K. P.
LESTER ABRAMS. . . .... Big Rapids
L. P. ELLIOTT .............. . . .Kenton
U. P. Club
as at September 4, 1923
Lnrls .. ............. .. 42 Bo 'S . ............ 121
Homesick students .. ,, 79
XVhen school work began to run smoothly, it became necessary to organize
the department, so on September 20 a meeting was called to order and succeeding
due formalities the following officers were elected: 5
XV. L. THOMPSON. .. ,,,,, P,-esidem
RALPH Bl.-XRTIN .. ......... Vice-President
ADALAIDE HUNT ...................... Secretary and Treasurer
Almost a month passed before President Thompson tool: advantage of his
new office, and then October 10 he called a meeting for the purpose of ascer-
taining how many were interested in a Get-to-gether Party. Votes were unani-
mously affirmative. Before adjournment the date of the party was announced
for October 20, in the Music Hall.
The party was full of surprises and prizes, games and dances, songs and
music, and talks and recitations. Bob Goltz, the department's silver-tone, sang
two selections, Mr. Hendrickson, accompanied by Miss VVeaver at the piano,
presented violin solos, Mr. W. W. Knisley gave a short address, and Mr. Charles
Carlisle recited a number of pleasing poems. All present enjoyed themselves
immensely. A bill of thanks is here rendered to Messrs. Merrill, Hein, and
Pennock who contributed so much toward the success of the first social
On November 7, the president called a second meeting to order for the
purpose of electing a new Vice President and Secretary and Treasurer, the
former officers of those positions having left school. jack Freethy as Vice
President, and Della Sincox as Secretary and Treasurer were chosen to fill the
A second party was given by the Commercials in the Music Hall in Decem-
ber just before Christmas vacation. Over fifty-two couples attended, and during
the intermission between dances each guest was presented with a toy which they
drew from a grab-bag. Nigro's Orchestra, full of pep and harmony, kept the
dancing Shoes moving regularly all evening. Mr. and Mrs, Merrill and Mr. and
Mrs. Pennock administered Smiles and made certain that the entertainment
Une of the greatest assets of the school term can at once be stated as the
Christmas holiday vacations. Oh daddy! Nearly all the students tumbled shirts
and collars or dresses into cases and hurried away to the "she" or "he" they could
scarcely wait to see in the old home town. Many of the number who seemed
to have secured adequate commercial instructions failed to return, but other new
pursuers of knowledge nlled the vacant chairs and work waxed warm once more.
Mr. Pennock spent his holiday period devising a new system of Business
Practice for 1923 learners. The result was another asset to the department. His
old method was completely torn apart and revised to such a degree that it is now
much easier for the student to grasp the fundamentals than in the preceding
On January 16, the president called a third meeting to order for the election
of a Secretary and Treasurer, the former having not returned to school after
the holidays. :Xfter nominations, votes were cast and Agnes Rasmussen received
The Pace and l'ace classes congregated at the VVestern Hotel on January 25
to indulffe in a chicken dinner banc uet. Music talks and roasts furnished ab-
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propriate entertainment for the occasion. A delicious evening was enjoyed by
all from soup to tooth-picks.
The best athletes in the school were products from the Commercial Depart-
ment. VVhen foot-ball was in season the most important number were found to
be commercials. The basket-ball team of the department holds the championship
over all other departmental teams. Nearly all the sports and athletic work in
the school are largely due to the efforts of Mr. Hein, coach of the football team
and commercial instructor. However, there is one dehciency to the department
in this field of playg it is Gieken's All-Star Five.
The most serious, most dreaded of any occurrences during the year are final
examinations of any kind in any subject. Examinations make ivys of oaks and
lambs of lions. This is a manner of liability that happens too frequently and
produces mournful, unsupplicated results. There is always a cram and a jam the
night before and anxious expectations for an 85.
During the month of February over lifty of the students were endowed with
swelled heads, and consequently they were bedridden for eight days or more
with what the doctor pronounced mumps. It was expressed by some of the
victims that they never felt so great before.
The capital of the Commercial Department may be realized as its students,
for it is they who strengthen or weaken the assets and liabilities. The student
that works is always the one who will carry away the greatest shares of education
from the department. He who lags and loiters will seldom, if ever, discover a
gain to his credit at the close of a school term. During this year the capital has
been high, assets' invaluable, and liabilities below normal. In comparison to
'previous school years, 1922-23 is bound to produce a better crop of future busi-
ness men and women than ever before.
Approved by 4 Prepared by
VV. L. THOMPSON, Pres. PAUL I. WOLFE
JACK FREETHY, V.-Pres.
AGNES RASMUSSEN, Sec, and Treas.
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RUTH JORDAN ............ . . .Lakeview Gmcla SMI'1"r1-:R .......... . . .Zeulami
"lf all her brains wm'c Jnonoy xllfd be thc' "It's three o'cloz'l.' in tht' morning, tuv":'v
rirlzest 'wolnan a't lf. I." rode the whole night tlzronglf'
HELEN CLOSE ...................... Linden IJOROTIIY PETFJQS ..................... llnrt
"Slip had an intw'vst in the Pharnzic Dept." "He who scales, .vhall find"
Hmmm BERN'rHixx, ........... Frankenmuth Micuux SANDS ...........,........ Cadillac
' T-ry, succeed, than try again' "Ronin zt'a.vn't nzazlc in a day, but .vanil-
wrnm D. wise ............' ........ P eel: ' m"'m U"
Vice-President Y.M.C..-X. DORIS BONZ ........... Onaway, Black Lake
"Judging from the way he gvtx shorthand F.C.A., Y.XV.C.A.
you would think his fatlzefs nanzc -was "The only 'way to have a fricna' is to ln' wiv"
Clegg Linux WEEKS ................... Charlotte
IDOROTIIY VVOOU ................... Athens Editor, Y.XX'.C.A. I
"Advanced Theory is the stepping A "How pretty her bluylzvs arc"
stone to ? ?" .
NIYRTLE SAXVYER ............. Traverse City
NIARION HUN'1' ................... Hesperia You shall be none the 'worst' 'tonzorrozz' for
"fm looking for .YOHIl'0llL' I can't find being happy today"
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NEVVELL NIORRIS ................. Charlotte ELLEN LAHTI ................... Negaunee
"Business before pleasure, and girls F-C-A-i U- P- Club
before boys" "The fruit derived from labor is the. .
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MAY LALONDE .................. Petoskey 'mm' M of U P mmm
H1 wish they would clumge the fgcwoy FLORENCE DELL ............, .... .... O z ark
of lipstieksu , U- P- Club ,
t "I may be little, but I make myself heard,
MARY RODGERS ............... Eaton Rapids T S H . ,H
, ll - , ,, HOME MITH ................. arrisvi e
'Man 15 my 91 eaten trouble Pres. Shorthand Class, Y.'M.C.A.
MARGUERITE VANHORN ......... Vanderbilt "His hair is one Cardinal 'Z'il'f1'lCU
Y'W'C'A" F'C'A' VERA L. KIETZMAN ............. Big Rapids
"Good nature andgood sense must F.C.A.
wm' Yom "A quiet little girl with a quiet little way"
IRENE MILLER ................. Carson City EDNA SCOTT . . I . Q . . I H ' ' ' t 1 1 . i .charlevoix
'I may be Small' but I can hold my Ownn "She needs no purse, her gold is in her hair"
LILLIAN LAHTI ................. Nsegaunee AUSTIN BORDEAUX G n I . ' ' . ' n i 0 ' ' .Nmthpmt
P. .Cluls Debating Club
"Best she is liked, who as alike 'to all" "Born to unlock the secrets of the skies"
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MARIE THIESEN ............. . ...... Remus
F.C.A., Catholic Club, Federal Board
"'Tis on the stage zvhere she e.rcells"
ELSIE SCHRUMPF ........... Pentwater
"Fa-mt heart never won a sheik"
VIOLA EPPLER ................... Petoskey
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1 l "Her quiet look is quite deceiving"
ELSA MACKELA ...................... Rock
U. P. Club
"With a little work you can get them"
VIRGINIA MCWHIRK ......... ....... I thaca
Her 'very frowns are fairer far
Than smiles of other maidens are"
AGNES SMoKov1Tz ................. Vulcan
Catholic Club, U. P. Club, F.C.A.
"The brush is pretty but sometimes
MARIE REED ............ Minneapolis, Minn.
"It's hard to flirt when your dad is around"
DORIS SVEVAD ....................... Flint
"Like a lily she floats upon the river of his
NIYRTLE GRILINI ................. Ironwood
Editor, U. P. Club, F.C.A.
"Might I see Cupid's fiery shaft, quenched
in the beams of 'watery moon, ere he spoils
a good steno"
CHARLOTTE MORROW ............. Perrinton
"The bells are ringing for me and my man"
GLADYS BURNS, . .............. Mt. Pleasant
Catholic Club, F.C.A.
".S'tndious people age rapidly"
BERNICE VVATERMAN ............... Athens
"Deep in 'the realm of thought she lives"
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RAY YVARE ................... Three Rivers
"This is llze wrong 6ll'Ull'0l1lIlCl1l for o
fellow lzke me"
BIZATRICE CROSS . .............. Penconning
"She has a smzle for Ci'Cl'y0lIL'u
I ELIZABETH EXVER ........ ........ L ansing
HELEN BIACNICAL ................ Hillman
Masonic and Eastern Star, F.C.A. ,
"Smile and the world smiles with yozf,
She says slze can be sereiozls-?"
, KATE SAUNDE S ............. st' s
V1oLE'r VVALCUTT ........ 5 .... ...Blanchard R F C A a mg
llD6lUI"ll1lJlUll0Il issthe bestvmedicine for one NJ f ' 1 .-V,
I who would succeed", Us U poor mmm' gl'
RosE STAMM ....... . ........... Blanchard ETHEL TAYLOR """"""""' "'F1mt
' F.C.A.. 1 F-C-A-
"Virtue has its own rewards"
VIRGINIA BENNER .... ' . ..... '. . Q. .Bangor
Eastern Star, F.C.A. A
"Sober, but not serious"
D. CAREY .................... ...... Flint
"Like the bee we should make our iuduslry
our amusement". .
"Make slzortlzand o pleasure"
LUCILLE REMINGTON .......... Moorestown
-A F.C.A. A .
"There's someone I left behirld"'
ESTHVER JOKELA .......,............. Rock
EU. P. Club, F.C.A.
"She's always in haste, but never in a hurry"
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REN NIILOR .......................... Flint
Pres. Fall Term, Y.M.C.A.
"I'm a good student wlzen tlzQere"s a lady
in the ease"
JXLLIE NIITCHELL ..... ........... N egaunee
"More studious girl we never found"
LCIARIE KRUGER .................. Lakeview
F. C. A.
"lfVitlzout grudge or grumblings thou didst
OPAL DEUEL ............ A .... . . .Watervliet
F. C. A.
"Is there a question she can't answer?"
BERNICE RENO .................. McMillan
"lfVhe1'e is my wandering boy?"
DEBIA LADAWSON .............. Ellsworth
"I miss 'him all tl1e time"
IQUTH HUMPHREY .................. liwcn
U. P. Club, Y.XX'.C.,X., l".C..X.
'fActions speak louder than 'Zd'U1'll.N",
MERRILL D. BROCKIE ................ Lcslic
Glce Club, F.C.A.
"If the first wolft go, then ash anollzeru
ANN DALBACK ................... Wainula
"Intelligence increases mere jvlzysieal ability
FAY DICKERSON ...... ............ . Clilforcl
"Fm not 'what you would fall fast"
GERTRUDE ANDERSON ............ Pcmwalcr
Masonic and Eastern Star Club, F.C.A.
"lVhy aren't they all contented like ure?"
GERTRUDE TOBIN ...,.............. Nabma
"She strove, made head, gained ground
upon the whole"
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FORREST WEISLL ........ Z . ........ Monroe
"'Chuch,' you sure delwer the goods"
That's what she said"
FLORA HUBERT .................. Gladstone
U. P. Club, Catholic Club
"Take me back to the old U. P."
EVA GIBSON ..................... St. James
"Quiet, but not idle"
MARY BAUER .................... Kingsley
"It's nice to be quiet"
ELIZABETH NIATSON ............ Dollar Bay
P U. P. Club, Y.W.C.A.
"The freshness of the spring shines from
her face, as the kindness from her heart"
ETHEL DALZIEI, ................ Vancouver
F C A
Now Irn here, Im gotng to stay
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DORIS RASIIUSSEN .............. Big Rapids
"Seen, but not heard"
RUTH NVALLER ............... Edwardsburg
Presbyterian Club, F.C.A.
"She has a heart zeitlz- room for every boy"
JULIETTE HILL ..................... Ozark
U. P. Club
"She smiled, a 'wicked little smile"
BERNAIJETTA RYAN ............. Big Rapids
"Small, but full of pep"
KATHRYN HINES ............... Big Rapids
"She stoops to Conquer"
HELENE LAFOILLE .............. Manistique
F.C.A., Catholic Club, U. P. Club
Frenchie, your eyes were made for a pm
pose Om Mademozselle
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Y.M.C..-X., XX cslcyan Gullcl Class Editor, lf,C,A,
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M.x111oN MoNTGox1E1u' ............. Stanton Euix RoC1q1.12x1.xx ............... l-al:cviuw
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ALXRTIIA CZAPRAX ................ Gaylord L ' jf UH t 1 U H'
, Catholic Club, F.C..X. 1-1.11 P1cESCo'1"1' .................... l-an5ing
Ar.g1I0I'fl10I1d 11d11's the .vjvivc of l1'f1"' "Cf11'ls 1111: lifcu '-z'1'l':'1'1',' tlzm' qv! 1111'l1l1'1' with
K.xT111.11EN X'.XNZANDT ........ Birminglmzun
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An.-x E. CoL'51NE1xL' ................ Alpena
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BERNICE C1x11111zE1.1. . ............. Fairgrove
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lJo11o'1'1112.x B.x1.1foL'11 ............... llacl ,Xxc
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CHARLOTTE Fn,xNC1Sco ............ Cadillac
"I 11111sf bc' C7 q11v1'11, for 1115' 1111111 is Ililllff'
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CHRISTINA IQORSON. .. ......... Suttons Bay :XNNABELLE F1L141Ns .....,...... Chcsaning
Catholic Club, F.C.A.
"Be 'merry if you arc wise"
IWARY VANDERHEIDE ............... Marion
"Act well your part, there all flze lzozzor lies"
LORETTA ALLEN .............. Harbor Beach
"Tlzey're all out of step but Bill"
DOROTHY NVALLER .............. Cheboygan
"On 'the ballroom, floor .vlle is ll qzzcclzl'
HOBIER J. XVARD ............... Cheboygan
Catholic Club, F. I. Football
"Every ilzclz n 111111L"
IQENNETH BAKER ............... Big Rapids
"lfVorle spells success"
"Bright 5110 is and full of fun,
llfaleing treo fricmlx io oll1cr's OJICU
RALPH NVEBER .................. Kingsley
ELEA NOR DOYLE ............. Cedar Springs
"lfVlzo's flzc man in your story?"
DORIS VVANINK ................ Lakeview
. . .Bear Lake
MARY LIARS H A LL ......... .
Ulllisrlom socks fo linger wlzrrc' fair 111c1idc'11.v
lzlec flzmf arc fllllllflv
AON ES COMMON ................. Freeland
"A merry soul -who all the 'way
ls lmppy 11.5 fl SllIlI'llII'1',S clay"
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C11R1s'rINL: M1:1iL'sEN ......... Grand Haven PEARL SNYDER .. ...Orleans
"I :cant to ask 50lllCbUd'j' S0llIt'flllIlgU ,
Y . .lOSl2l'IiINE 01101 . ................... CL-clar
Rl.x1z'r11.x XXoj'1'.x5z,xK ..,. 4.1: .... Luclmgton Catholic Club, FICJX.
C3.lll0llC Club, I'.L,.:X. NYG I U, I .,
H.YL"I'1'l' took up f'1'i111pi11g, if just Ulllllt' ' ' H5 H0 "mn
m't"mI .1X1:.x'1'11A CA1z1.S12x ..,..... .... l Jctruit
Nl-lI.Lll-I MCC1"1'cH1aox ...... ...Munising F.C.A.
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111111'1'l11'd si1'111yI1t ju1':u111'd"
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, li1.1L.x1:1i'1'H M. C.x1z1e.... ..... Grand linpicla
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A meeting of the telegraph and wireless students was called in October 1922,
and the following officers were elected:
President . ..
Secretary-Treasurer . . .
Assistant Editor ... . .. . . .. .
The class held its annual party in November, 1922.
. . ,S'1'r:x'1i Nomar
ln january a meeting was called to elect class officers for the winter term
with the following results:
President .... ..,l2.x1:1, L. Clazxii-:Ns
Yicc-President .. .... Gi-iokciz RL"rT.xN
Secretary-Treasurer .. ,... linN.x PASSUN
Editor .. .... R. A. KI.l,'MI'll
Un April 16, 1923, the class financed a vaudeville show and gave an all-school
dance. to raise money to cover the class expenses. The show was the first one
of its kind in the school for some time and was a grand success.
The maximum number of students in this class of 1922-1923 was forty-four.
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"Ask lzim, he le1zozUs"'
lflil'I'H LEHNER ...... .......... N ortli Star
KITIIF class rut-1111"
C. V. BIORRISSEY .......... Green Bay, XNis.
GEORGE RATTAN ......,...... . . .Alden
"Full of fvcff'
NElL MCLAUGHLIN .......... .... lv IcBain
"A I1-ard -zc'0rkcr"
GLEN LAVENDER ................ Greenville
"I-Iapfvy go Iufley lllIlHIf7S?U
E. R. JOHNS ....,................ Cadillac
"SZ'ld0m lmzraf' I
EDNA PASSON .................... Fenwick
"llf'f111fCz1': an CIIgClgCHlClIf Hug"
R. A. KLUMPH .......,...... Grand Rapich
Class Editor, Editor F. I. News
"A willing llf'lf7l'I",
PERL HOOIQEII .................. Perrinton
HERBERT STEVENS ................ Manistec
"Tim floss dude"
LEQNARD BLANCHARD .........,.. Gould City
"A good Iislmzcf'
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JOEL GREINER .................... Nigauric
"f1l1zvays fizzdmg fault"
ROBERT KUBI'l'Z12li .................. Coburg
"Tim vlaxs falkvrv
EVA PEPPER ............... Bloomingmn
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ROBERT HAYBARGER ......,.... Ontario, Ind.
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EARL CLEMENS . .............. ...Alanscm
RICH .um lII'l'CllEI.1. ...... .
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I-IELEX HASTTNGS ....... , .... lircckcnridgc
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CH.xu1,1-is NEILSEN .......,...... l.uclingtfm
"The :woman lmt.'r"
Iimrlau Kxunsox ...... .... .... S I mrucc
"A mmf of fczu fwfr
ixxL'iZl'S'l' ERDMAX. .. . ..I1Lar Lake
RAY BICCRIXIMUX .....,..... .... 1 Iarion
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H. H. NICRO
XVind and String Instruments
COREY, KIEHN, LAPURKO, H.ALL, SHELDON, NICRO, Director, VVILHELMSEN, JEVVEL
. CRANE, VVELLS, SKARVI, VVOLFE, LEBERMAN
Events of Music Department
Sept., 1922-July, 1923
Hx-:LEN XYE.-XXI-IR, 12111110
Concert-October S, 1922.
I'II?1-1iN XVEAVIZR, Pianist
CARL HENDIQICICSON, Yiolinist
Concert-Dctolner 11, 1922
RHODERICK XVHITE, Violinist
MRS. S'rAPLEs, Contralto
MR. XXNDERSON, Accompanist
Halloween Party-October 28, 1922.
Thanksgiving Recital-NOV. 30, 1922
.Xdvanced students of Piano De-
partment assisted by:
CARL HENIJIZICIQSON, Yiolin
I'IIEI.1iN XYIZAYEIQ, Piano
Orchestra Concert-Dec. 10, 1922.
H. I-I. NICRO, Director
Vesper Recital-December 17, 1922.
CARL IIENDRICKSON, Yiolin
HELEN XYEAYER, Piano
Xmas Party-December 22, 1922.
All music students.
Concert-January IS, 1923.
KIONICA GRAHAM S'I'L'L'I'S,
XYALTIQR .ALLEN S'1'L'.LTs, Baritone
HELEN XYEAYIZR, Accompanist
Mothers' Day-February 6, 1923.
Recital-February 10. 1923.
Beginners and Intermediate stu-
dents ot Piano Department.
XI. Valentine Partx'-Ifelnruarv 12, 1923
Piano Department. i
XII. RecitalwMarc11 23, 1923.
:Xclvanced students of Piano Ile
partment assisted by Instru
H. H. NICRO, Yiolin
.eX. I'I.XLl., Violin
.-X. SIQARVI, Clarinet
HELEN XYIZAYER, Piano
XIII. Recital-.-Xpril 21, 1923.
.XLICIZ 1JoN1-EY, Pianist
fl'upil of H. XX'eax'erj
XIV. Recital and winding of the May
Pole-f May 5, 1923.
Beginners and Intermediate stu
dents of Piano Ilepartment.
XY. Party-May 18, 1923.
XYI. Final Recitals:
,lune 14. 1923-Beginners and In
termecliate pupils of Piano De
Q of Piano Department.
XYII. Basket Picnic-,lune 23, 1923.
String and XX'ind Department.
lune 15. 1923-,-Xdvanced pupils
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Phi Epsilon Alpha
H1s'rORv AND PURPOSE U
This fraternity was Organized in October, 1921, and although it is the youngest Of the
F. I. social Organizations, it has grown -rapidly and now embraces an active membership Of
thirty, to which it is limited by charter. The Organizers, or charter members, consisted of
seven young men, acknowledged to be leaders at school in scholarship as well as in social
functions. The fraternity now enjoys a very enviable reputation amongst the Institute Organ-
izations, and the members work conscientiously to keep the club reputation favorable.
Quality and not quantity has been the motto Of the members, and by that is meant scholar-
ship as well as personal conduct.
None of the seven charter members are left at school, but are out in the wide world, win-
ning successes along with about thirty other alumni members. Some are in business, others
are continuing their studies in institutions of higher education, but, without exception, they
all keep in touch with the frat of their prep-school days.
Meetings are held weekly, at which 1'arliamentary drill is closely Observed, this being an
excellent training for all. After the business meetings, a short social time is held, giving
the members an opportunity to relax and become more intimately acquainted. lnitiations are
held at intervals of three Or four weeks, and P. E. A. tries hard to be original in all its
phases of initiating the so-called "scums."
The purpose of this fraternity is, first, to promote brotherly love and friendship more
closely than is possible at school, alone, where all is business, and second, to create a higher
standing in studies, as has been mentioned before. To belong to an organization such as
this seems to be an incentive to the members to do better work in school, lead better lives
and to be successful when they finally get Out into life for themselves.
It is not necessary to elaborate On the social life Of the club, except to say that occa-
sionally a large function is held, together with numerous smaller Ones. Several banquets
and parties have been held during the past year, and, in the near future, there will be a few
more functions ever to be remembered by those attending. At the annual Xmas banquet,
held at the VVestern Hotel, the success of which far exceeded the fondest hopes of the
committee in charge, Hon. A. A. W'OrcestOr was made an honorary member. Mr. NYOr-
cestor sets a splendid example for the younger members to follow. During the first part of
January, a sleighride party was held at Clear Lake, at which a splendid time was had by all.
These affairs all tend to break the monotony of school life, yet are not harmful to the Orig-
inal purpose of the boys in coming to Ferris Institute. I
R. MARK .......... .... H arbor Beach A. BJORKMAN .. ...Detroit
A. GOTTSCHALK ...... Pontiac K. KIRBY .... .... A shley
A. EMORY ....... ....... C hieago H JOHNSON . . .. .Detroti
C. NIONTEY ........ Caro E. Drxiicic ...., ...... D etroit
H. CRISSMAN .. ...... .Utica E. R. DYER ..... ........ D etroit
F. AKERS ..... ...VVabash, lnd. H. lqORTLANDER .... ...Grand Rapids
M. MILLER .... ...... B ay City E. ROBEl2'l'S .... ...Grand Haven
L. MALCHO .. ...... Detroit S. PATTERSON.. ....... Grand Ledge
L. VISSCHER ...... Jackson R. NLEYERS .,........... Allegan
B. DOW ...... ........ D etroit S. BLACK ...... Niagara Falls, N. Y.
D. MEIER ..... ...Grand Ledge G. RATHDURN .... ......... G rand Ledge
K. EDWARDS. . . . . .NOrfolk, Va. M. GUNSELI. ..... ............ . . . .Caro
C. RIDDELL ..... ........ H art H. KADWALLADER .... .... G rand Rapids
B. PARDEE ..... .... P Ontiae T. TXTCDONALD ..... ...Highland Park
N. FURSTENBURG .... Saginaw E. SCHAIDEROER ....... Saginaw
Phi Epsilon Alpha
I. I. DuHamel, Grand Rapids, XV. Furstenburg, Saginaw, S. S. Krzyski, Detroit, U. XVoolman,
Detroit: B. Cochrane, Muskegon, E. F. Carruthers, Little Falls, N. Y., R. Pryce, Ann Arbor.
I. P. Baushke, Benton Harbor, C. Koopman, Gransl Rapids: C. Underhill, Grand Rapidsg Ii. O.
Halsted, Grand Ledge, D. Cutler, DeXVittg B. Burkhard, St. Joseph: L. Prinze, Grand Rapids.
A. XV. Cross, Caro, Ed. Proctor, Mt. Morris, K. Archer, St. Ioseph, R. Goltz, Big Rapidsg VV.
Burlingame, Ann Arbor, N. E. Price, Cadillac, D. I. Richards, Port Huron.
D. H. Reycraft, Petoskey: B. Cook, Owosso: M. Jones, Big Rapids, W. G. McCracken, St.
Iosephg N. D. Humphries, Port Huron: G. A. Bclding, Onaway: S. Preston, Benton Harbnrg B.
Sturgis, Port Huron.
MR. A. A. XX'onc1csToR
XV. G. hlCCRACKEN. .. --'--- Pfcsldem
M. JONES .... Vice-President
R. PM-CE . ' I .. .Secretary-Treasurer-Editor
A' BELDING H ,. .Sergeant-at-Arms
R. GOLTZ A . I ...Membership Chairman
Sigma Alpha Beta
Wliat does the word "fraternity" mean to you?
If it means organized gambling and carousal, stop reading at once. But if,
on the other hand, it means an organization of men that have been prompted by
high ideals and similar convictions to unite for the common good, you should read
on. The Sigma Alpha Beta is of this character, a literary fraternity of thirty
men. lts primary object is to give every member ample opportunity to learn and
discuss the questions of local and national importance that can not be conveniently
studied in the class room.
The organization makes its work attractive by dividing its members into groups
for debates and impromptu speeches, with a sprinkling, here and there, of humor-
ous sketches and dialogues. The weekly program is varied Nby contributions from
the abundance of instrumental and vocal talent of which the order boasts. VVith
the belief that the development of body is as important as the development of
spirit and mind, a certain amount of athletic work is also followed. This, with
the other splendid forms of entertainment, turns into pleasure what might be
considered drudgery. And these features, combined, promote enthusiasm and
good fellowship among, as they are informally known, "The Stags at Bay."
THE STAGS AT BAY
i Bv Iv.xN M. DENNIS
It may be asked in years to come by the students of F. l.,
"Just who or what are the 'Stags at Bay,' from where did they
come and why?"
And so on parting, as we must-each Stag his road to find-
XVe leave this imprint of our past for those who come behind.
A "Stag at Bay" is a warrior bold, he fi hts for things
h in g U
wort w ie,
His motto is to give his best and Give it with a smile'
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He stands for right in every way, for justice is his creed,
A life of service is lns aim, he shuns a life of greed.
A "Stag at Bay" is a man devout, in character and mind,
He seeks the best in a friend he's made, and not his faults to find.
He leaves a cheer and not a sting with everyone he meets,
He loves his God, his home, his all, but from the wrong retreats.
Stags at Bay, your life is young, every chance for you is bright,
The world is waiting just for men whose ideals stand for rightg
Your nation needs you just as much, as well as city. too-
ln fact, you'll find whcrc'er you are, some task for you to do.
So here's to you and may you be a beacon light to all,
And may you stand life's test of men, and rise with every fall,
Till in the shadow of your life, some echoing voice may say,
"There was a man, in every sense-there was a 'STAG AT BAYY "
Sigma Alpha Beta
bl-Lxxlmz XXnum:1c1m.i-, X. lw-ilclczs. ,...,. lf,-K-,,d.-H1
ln-.mall Rlxwwl-,1,1xlX ..
Alumni, Charter Klembers
Lloyd Bennett, lixring .lnlmgmr Hmrarcl fwlu, Carl Siifus, liryn Xagulkirk, XYallacL
XX'eberg, Carl Riclclcring, Irving Burk, James llultc-9, NL-il fallarcl. lfdwin Bnonstra
,lacob Yan XYyke, lfllis Bmigliiier. Henry l"aulsnn. Henry linchstaliler. William Sticklcy
lf. B. Scliermerliorn, XX'alter Sliclclon, Homer Porrit. Hoxrarrl Cru-n, Lewis Rohloff
Stephen Zielinski. Lynian Mwrrisson, lfarl Klalilly. fliarfcs l.L-wif. 'l'lmrv.'ald l'u:L'rsor1
1 lffdward lfngul, .lay Smoke. lilly Julius, Ray Lzlmll.
Gamma Phi Sigma
Ed. VVhymer, Fred Nadeau, Clark King, Laverne Sleeper, Marcus lliffenderfer, Alfred
Ohr, Jack Davis, Raymond Chimmer, Karl Jopke, John Cushing, Harry Cook, August
Skarvi, W. Reilly, Herman Arf, Colburn Charlefour, Ralph Martin, Ed. Stahl, Russ
Brown, Olney Craft, Harold Babcock, Wilson Bradley, Clifford Mangleson, John VVesch,
E. J. Parr, Ben Pearce, Clarence Anderson. ,lack Freethy, Ren Milor, Don Scrrell, Jack
Green, Clarence Rau, Homer XVard.
VValker E. Brunn
H. Brunn XYilkins
hi. C0015 Crane
The Gamma Phi Sigma has been organized for the past four years and al-
though not participating so much in school activities it has served its purpose
in creating a closer bond of fellowship among its members. Realizing the diffi-
culties a fraternity has in a short term school, we strive to do all we can for the
other fellow and make his school life a success. Qur motto is Fellowship and this
we live up to at all times.
Gamma Phi Sigma
The Historical Light Shade
'Tis sure that no bard ever chose
A shade for either verse or prose-a A
A plain green cone around a light,
Protection for the student's sight.
Could a more prosaic thing be found No, not prosaick the shade l mean,
Than that same cone that's placed around ls more than a rellecting screen,
My Mazda bulb, so when at night .-Xnd in a moment you shall know,
I study, 'twill reflect the light? ,lust why this student calls it so.
I had been working hard one night,
My French translations all were right.
In History l knew the dates,
And e'en llsyehology's "mental states."
I felt prepared for any test XX'ith students' names the thing was full,
And had begun to think of rest, Recent and bright, or old and dull,
VVhen I leaned back, my vision strayed It seemed that all their names would write
Up to the inside of that shade. Who ever studied 'neath that light.
liach an F. I. in tlillerent years
CThe date beside each name appearsl,
Each had this room in years gone by,
Each had to work as hard as I.
XX'hat dark misgivings when a test
Robbed them of sleep and spoiled their rest!
XX'hat aspirations had been theirs!
Xlihat air castles, what millionaires!
Then they went out, as I will do, l'm not so old and wise-and yet,
To make their F. I. dreams come true. l know the disappointments met,
To serve the world and make a name, The thanks received by him who serves,
Acquiring wealth and winning fame. How poor the man that wealth deserves.
'Tis well no seer can prophesy
Vlfhat will befall us ere we die.
Such prophecies would freeze the heart,
Serve to defeat us ere we start.
And then I told nf1Y5.Clf I ought For Lincoln said: "I may not win,
TO, St0D ISEICI1 DCSSIIUISUC thought. But if I don't, not mine the sin
Sald It ' Twere better far, indeed, XX'ill be, for I shall always do
To call to mind Abe Lincoln's creed." My best, and to myself be true."
So after all this rambling train
Of cogitations through my brain,
- I said, "The"last thought was the best,"
Then wrote my name beside the rest.
I HENRY N. PAULSON.
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Masonic Eastern Star DeMoluy Club
'A.' ' '
Phillips, Turcott, fieorgiiri, Molineaux, XYorkm:m, Ilernn. fireen. 1'r:m.e. Ricllmwlsohl.,
Crockett, Campbell, Lewis. Goodwin.
Robertson, Porritt, Lekstrum, jones, BlacX'ic:u'. llill, Nlcllnikey, l'l':il'f, Rzintlall. Leavitt.
Jpley, Case, Huston, Reed. Goltz, Freeman, Pryce, llzirlier. Sellars. Smith. Mann.
llrs. Hayward, MacNicl1ol, Benner, Anderson, Robinson, Blasselink, -lones, Baker, Mrs.
W'ainwright, Olson, Ilamnierberg.
President. .. , . .RI'SSlil,l. l,liYL'li
Vice-President. . . . . .Fiuxlq lilci-:i-:MAN
Secretary. . . . . . .... l2'l'l-I lil. OLSON
Treasurer ..,. .... C .xx1n.i.E Hxmxii-pursiaizo
Social Chairman .... .... E name L12.xviT'r
This club has not been very active since the opening of school in September, except for
several hikes and picnics, last fall, on the river, and a few parties held at the Masonic Temple
at intervals during the winter months. However, in the spring, it is expected that more
social affairs will be held, the majority of them being planned for out-of-doors.
Vliednesday Night Debating Club
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El L - S. J ,V I ' ,. V in
Memories of many friendships, of well-earned praise and of merited criti-
cism. of knocks and boosts, of applause, understanding and sympathy, are the
share of those who have followed in the XYednesdav Night Debating Club the
discussions of topics ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous. Careful plan-
ning of programs and earnest work in their execution have given us at each
meeting speakers attacking with zeal or defending with enthusia-in the pros and
cons of problems in ethics, economics, sociology and a host of other "isms" and
Uologiesf' Decision of all debates bv a vote uf the membership has given us a
sense of responsibility for the outcome of each argument, and a miniature public
forum has been the outlet for the opinions of those of us in whom the urge to
speech is always active. Here. indeed, have we laid aside 'the cares that infest
the day' and partaken of the 'flow of wit and feast of reasonf
K. of P. Club
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The Knights of Pythias Club was very much handicapped this year by the
limited number of members in the school, but we organized early in the year,
and maintained the organization throughout the year. Our members are all active
in other organizations which assumed the responsibilities of entertainment tor
the school this year and in this way we aided in every way possible.
NE1XL VAN H.Xl1'1'I2N .... .......... . ..President
JACK FREETHY ...... Vice-President
CLARK KING - -- .... Secretary-Treasurer
NV. Ferris Masselink
E- J- PHYF NV. Beardsley
J. B. lN1CPl1C1'SOl'1 Peterson
R. Goltz Sleeper
H. Arf Miller
i Sl1'l'll0flS Humphries
H. Cooke .lghng
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Federal Board Club
5' 77 -' ' ' Y
S- o ...I
Luce, Prescott, Siahl, Bcamish, Thomas. Garner, Freeman, Morrison, Mcllonald
Sicarcl. Garland, Hulka, XX'l1yn1cr, liznrlmur, Xlilllllllfltll. 'l'ow5lcy, Tinmnlom, Leslie
Du Hamel, Rows. McNair, Massclink, llcilrow, -lcwcl, BCl'II'k'Illl, 'l'l1ompmon.
Baseball Team, 1922
Football Team, 1922
Upper Peninsula Club
Cushing, Elliot, Shingler. Roe, llaapola, Green, Skarvi, Moncher.
Been, XX'atson, Eman, Olson, Alexander, Savela, Carlson, Neurman, Nault.
Korpi, Penner, Guy, Nelson, Olin, Hendrickson, Stuart. DeVit, Freethy, Leionen.
Grimm, Gunville, McCutcheon. Anderson, Koshi, Hubert, Humphrey, Klimesh, Matson,
A. Swanson, A. V. Anderson, M. Swanson, li. Olson.
Agnes lf. Anderson Ruth Humphrey Helene LaFoille Samuel Roe
Agnes V. Anderson
G. Burke D
L. P. Elliot
F. O. Green
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C. MCN.-xxttxka ..
ROSE GL'Nvn.Ls ..
BIYRTLE Giuxtxi ..
XY. B. Korpi
XV. J. Lopine
I.. J. Moutheart
Il. P. Matti
RI. B. Olson
. . . . .l'resif,lent
.. Secretary and Treasurer
. Social Chairman
, ........ Editor
Life Workers' Council
The Life XVorkers' Council is an outgrowth of a Y. M. C. .X. conference, held at Hope
College, Michigan, in the fall of 1920.
The membership of this organization consists of those who are preparing for a life of
service for the furthering of the Kingdom of God. Its object is to promote unity among
the Christian workers in the school and to keep the students in touch with Christ and the
Under the splendid leadership of Mr. George Pardee, our First president, with the assist-
ance of our beloved teacher. Mr. Gerrit Masselink, this organization has smade splendid pro-
gress. During the past year, Sunday meetings have been held in localities where no regular
church services are conducted. At holiday time, a Christmas program was given for the
new Sunday School..
In addition to this work the Council has attempted to give help to all who are in need.
Its members have visited the sick and have tried to bring comfort with them. They have also
conducted meetings at the city jail.
The success of the organization is the result of the co-operative spirit which exists among
its members. It is our earnest desire that the seed of experience in Christian work, which
has been sown at Ferris Institute, will gain strength and hear fruit abundantly in years to
MR. Giio. PARDEE, Pres. Roy JOHNS, Pres.
H. H. HURSHBERGER, V-Pres. CH.-XS. Amnrs, Y-Pres.
L. A. SMITH, Sec. PEARI. Hixisr, See.
H. H. Hurshberger
Nettie R. Schulert
L. A. Smith
The Wesleyan Guild
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Xthen Mr. Masselink's large Ilible Vlass decided In have its sessions at the Institute, to
organize a great Institute class under line and competent leadership we had a real desire to co-
operate in every possible way. Xte therefore disbanded the old builders class, which met the
sante hour as did Mr. Masselink's class, and which. in past years has had a satisfactory history,
and urged our members to join with tlte Institttte classg this they gladly did.
However, being' anxious to keep in touch with tlte young life of the Institute and desirous
to help in any possible way the young people who come to the Institute from many towns and
cities throughout tlte state. we organized tlte Xtesleyan liuild. This is an organization for
young' folks. through which they may express themselves religiously, and by which they may
be encouraged to keep in touclt with the Church while they are away front home.
It is our hope that every person who registers at tlte Institute witlt Methodist preference.
will become atliliated with tlte XYesleyan Guild. Mr. Ilewey is tlte present director and it is
his sincerest desire to become of tlte greatest possible service tu tlte students who come here
The devotional meetings are held in the Methodist Church every Sunday morning at 0:30.
Once a month we have a big social time. with a large number of students in attendance. The
new Guild bids fair to be as successful in its work as the predecessor, the Iluilders,
president .hll .. W,tt.'t't:t: Sttunox
Yice-President .... b- 'MN-III' S' li"9'l'
SccrCmr3.,TrL.astirt-r . . Iitissttz M. Hn.t.
Fditor ......... ................ . .. XX'tt.t:t'n j. ,IHNI-ZS
If. O. Maltltll Cilmirmtnt li- C-'.l"llll5- cllt"""l4"l
Miss I-Iaist Mr' Iml
Miss Hill Mr. Hurshherger
Miss Mareey MVS l,Icll""f'
Mr. Lansen Miss I.. Hill
Students' Bible Class
Treasurer , .
Editors . . .
Social and Sick. ..
Investigation. . .
. .. GERRIT NIASSELINK
. . .. ICRYN J. NAGELKIRK
.. GERTRUDE SUTTON
. . . . . . . , .OLINE SORENSEN, HARo1.D AHLG1il2N, BURR COCHRAN
. . .BEA'rR1cE NEBEL, ALLIE lXflITCHEL
. . . .R1XI,PPI Pirrs, HENRY PAULSON
. . . . . . . . . . . .FRANK XMILLARD, ROBERT GOLTZ
Tlhe Student's Bible Class meets every Sunday at 12 o'clock in the Main Room at the
Ferris Institute. The class was organized in 1892 by the Presbyterian church and the meetings
were held in that church. On December 15, 1920, the church burned and the class met in the
Masonic Temple for a short time and then in the Elks' Temple, but these rooms were not
large enough to accommodate the class. This forced its removal to the Ferris Institute audi-
torium, Where the meetings have since been held.
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lhe remarkable growth ul the class and the wide influence it exerts for good are due to
the personal interest and work uf our leader, Xlr. Xlasselink, who has taught the class for
twenty-five years. lfle is an enthusiastic llible student. has the added estimable traits of being
able to understand and touclt the heart of everv student.
lhe objects of the Class are several, the main one, uf course, being for constructive Bible
study. This year the time has been spent studying Saint l.uke's liospel. XYe have learned
much from this Gospel that is interesting. instructive, and practical.
lhe Class, however, is not merely a Sabbath organization. neither are its activities
confined to the members only. lxvery Institute student who is ill is visited by members and
flowers are sent. Mr. Masselink, too, spends a great deal of time making sick calls.
Needy and worthy students have been helped financially Io attend the lnstitute and the
University of Michigan.
In accordance with the Thanksgiving spirit, special servicesf also true of liaster and
Christmas-were held. .Ns is customary with many organizations, the llible class, this year,
always playing the leading role, distributed among the worthy families of the vicinity several
baskets laden with all the goodies of a Thanksgiving dinner. .-Xmong the recipients were
included several students who had experienced difficulty in working their way through school.
Their day was considerably brightened by the Class' spirit.
At Christmas. every member was presented with a Christmas Greeting front Mr. and
Mrs. Masselink. a valued token which will always be cherished for its sentiment and the
mctnories it recalls.
From time to time throughout the year. the class has had the pleasure of hearing speakers
from outside, some of international repttte. .Xmoug these speakers have been Doctor lflwood
of Atlantic City. lloctor XX'illiams of Chicago, and Doctor lilumenthal of Xew York.
All work and no play is bad for even Bible flasses. Consequently. a reception uns held
the latter part of November which proved of more than ordinary success. .Xfter being agree-
ablv entertained in the Main Room with music and speaking, we crossed to the Music llall
where games and refreshments topped the evening's entertainment. .Ns is the custom, a
banquet is planned for spring. and during ,luly a lawn social will be held.
The ohicers feel the class has been very successful this year in all its lines of endeavor, but
'ts the spirit of the class is alwavs for further attaimnent . it will continue to strive even
harder than before. The class is non-denominational and welcomes all irrespective ot' church
aftiliation or creed.
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The Y. W. C. A.
At the beginning of the fall term the Y.XN'.C.A. was re-organized. The following were
elected officers to act for the ensuing year:
President ..... .... P EARL TTAIST. .... PEARL M. HAIST,
Vice-President .... .... B ERNICE CECALKINS .... .... B ERNICE C. CALKINS
Sec.-Treas. .... .... T HnRi2sA CROUSE .. . .... Nnrrna R. SCAHULERT
Editor. . . .... LURA A YVEEKS
Early in the year enthusiasm was created by a membership contest, which incited keen
competition between the Y.VV.C.A. and Y.M.C.A. All eyes were directed toward the Y.
M's who were gradually gaining ground. The last day turned the tables and the boys, who
had anticipated a banquet at the expense of the Y. NWS, were sadly disappointed, for the
girls scored by 132 points. The oyster supper prepared and served by the would-be guests
was greatly enjoyed by the winners of the contest.
Christmas cards were sold for the purpose of replenishing our treasury, the girls showing
great skill in salesmanship.
As the holidays were drawing nigh, our sympathy was stirred by the thoughts of those
who would have to forfeit a vacation at home. In consequence, we contributed towards a
party which was given for the unfortunate students.
An "All Fools" party, in which both organizations participated, was the big affair of the
winter season. Entertainment was furnished by the boys, and the sandwiches, which have
made the .Y.VV's famous, were served by the girls. Fools were plentiful and contributed to
the merriment of the occasion. Everybody went home in a happy and joyous mood.
A Student Volunteer Convention was held at Ann Arbor in March. This organization
was represented by our President, who brought home to us an inspirational report, which
not only benefited the society as a whole but each individual member.
Joint meetings with the Y. M's have been held every Thursday evening at 4 0' clock in
Room 28. The Bible study has been conducted by Mr. Masselink who has brought us many
helpful messages, which we sincerely hope will take root and bear fruit.
Press on, Y. XV. membersg
May Christ our Captain be.
Lift high the royal standard,
XN'ave it from sea to sea.
XN'ith body, mind. and spirit.
Its purity defend
Press on Y. XV. members,
On faith we must depend.
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The Y. M. C. A.
O The Young Mens ,t'hristian .Xssoeiation wits organized :tt the beginning ul' the lfall term
with the election ul otheers tor the tall term and the drawing up uf a constitution.
lf.Xl-l. 'l'liRM .l.-XXLXRY Tl-QRNI
tliiotttsij l'.x1:m-:li ..... ,.......... l 'resident lJox.xt.t1 I'os'r ........ .......... l 'resident
X Tnoxiii SM l'l'll . .. ..... Yiee-President C'u,xs. .Ximxis ... A..... Yice-President
'xX'.xl.'l'iit: Slll-Ql,lt1PX ..... Secretary-Treasurer XY.xl.'l'mt Sltr1l.lmx ...., Secretary-Treasurer
l.l,o Sr.xt't1v ....... ...Athletic Director liizxxn-1 inn.:-1Nt:l'itf: . .... Xthlt-tie liirector
Ytgnx lhtvitstux .......,....,...,............ liditor
I The Y. M. C". QX. is one of the live organizations of the lferris Institute. lt is not organ-
ized for mere enjoyment obtained from its social functions alone. but for the enjoyment secured
through pure unselhsh service rendered to others. The Y. is made up of a group of students
whose life and character stand for the development of the physical. mental, and spiritual body.
For our physical development, Thursday evening of each week, has been selected for meet-
ing all those who are interested in any kind of athletic work. .-Xll the members are free to
take part in boxing, wrestling, and the various other stunts. The games tend to develop a
fine spirit of fellowship among the members. The day after a meeting is usually a day of
sore arms and stiff necks. but no sore feelings.
During the early part of the year a membership contest was held between the Y.XY.C..-X.
and the Y.M.C.A. Points were to be counted for class attendance and club membership, the
prize to be a banquet served by the losing side. The contest was one-sided all the way, with
the Y.M.C..-X. far in the lead. until the day before its close. So the boys were all dreaming of
a fine dinner served by the ladies. It was only a dream after all. as fate had directed other-
wise. The young ladies during the day secured enough members and attendance at class
meeting to overcome their disadvantage and jump into the lead hy a number of points as
large as that by which the young men had led. The banquet was held a few days later at
the M. E. Church with a large attendance. ' U
The best and most helpful part of our organization is our Y.M.C..'X. and Y.W.C.A. Bible
Class which meets everv Thursday afternoon at four o'clock. The educational and spiritual
talks bv Mr. Masselinkiare an inspiration to us all and make us feel that after all Christian
service is the only real work that counts. V I
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Catholic Club ,
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Pastor .... ......................... . . REV. JAMES MALONE
CSL Mary's Churchj
President .... FREDERIC A. NADEAU
Vice-President. .. .. HELEN E. CLARK
Secretary .... . . . LOUISE MCCAMBRIDGE
Treasurer ..... ..... . .. . . ....... ...... L IARY I. TVICNERNEY
The Catholic Club, reorganized in September, 1922, is one of the oldest organizations in
the Ferris Institute. The function of the organization is to provide social entertainment for
the Catholic students and their friends. The club co-operates with the members of the local
parish of St. Mary's Church. The needs of worthy students are looked after. and the Catholic
Club is affiliated with all organizations for social and charitable work.
The social meetings consist of literary programs, lectures by Prof. E. M. Clark, who is an
active member, games, dancing, "feeds." etc.
All students of Catholic faith are considered members of the organization. The club makes
every effort to make the new student feel at home from the day of enrollment.
Approximately from one-eighth to one-tenth of the students enrolled are Catholics.
During the fall term the club held two social meetings. The Nigro orchestra furnished
the music on these occasions.
The spring and summer terms promise many marshmellow and l'wienie" roasts, and also
the annual picnic at Clear Lake, for which the club is noted.
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Of service fine
It has no peers,
This clock divine.
An heirloom true,
It sure must be
Each day we've gazed
Upon its face,
And heard amazed
Its steady pace.
It ne'er has ceased
Nor lost nor gained
And we, at least,
Think 'twas ordained-
That, long as time
Goes on at all,
That clock sublime
Will rule this hall.
And unto it
NfVe give our thanks,
Nor mind a bit
Its childish pranks.
Childish" we say
For it's so old,
Its childhood days
Are now retold!
Someone it craves
To make it mind,
It won't behave
The teachers find.
So every hour
At least twelve times
Calisle will glower
And start to wind.
He'll coax and tease
That clock to go,
And beg it-please-
But it says UNO!"
A Recitation in Psychology
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llflr. Faris.-jLets have a little review this morning. I'm going to ask something easy
What is an instinct? You, on the front seat.
Student.-An-instinct-is-an-er-inherent or inert-er-psycho-physical indisposition which-er
determines the professor to receive and pay attention to-er-objects oi a peculiar class, and
under emotional excitement experiment with a certain-er-quantity upon receiving such an
ohyect in that' regard in a particular manner, or at least to experience sensations upon the
impulse of such actions. H
Mr. Ferris.-Does that mean anything to you?
S tudent.-No, sir, of course not. A
Mr. Ferris.-It doesn't to me either. I don't think you left anything out though. VVill
anyone volunteer to unscramble that definition?
'Studentf-An instinct is an inherited or innate psycho-physical disposition which deter-
mmes the POSSCSSOY to Pefceive and Day attention to objects of a certain class, to experieI1CC
an emfmonfll excltemwt Of 21 Particular quality upon perceiving such an object in regard to
the object in that particular manner, or at least to experience an impulse to such action.
d Felkrzs.-TI-IAINTKS! He got it right. Now wasn't that simple? There are other
C 112 10115. Or an instinct but they aren't so clear and easily understood. The trouble with
you 'S .yfm dont fhmki And Yet you say Psychology is hard. Now, I'm afraid to ask fOr
3 definition of 3 CHDHCIW- Well, we may as well know the worst. VVhat is a capacity?
S'1'df"'t--A C3DaCity is the full amount a fellow will hold.
E rr 'M or r a
Jllr. I'iL'fI'L'.+kh.llCXN'l just as 1 expected. Well l'll try something else. Name a drug
that causes paralysis of your mental machine.
Mr. livrrix.-Yes, but a more common one. Xl-QXT.
Mr. Ferris.-N EXT.
Jlfr. Ferris.--N EXT.
Illr. Ferris-Heavens. , ' iush lor. Why don't you name
the most common one? NEXT.
' Vkfhat are you beating, around the l
illr. Ferris.-KK-'hat's the matter with you people anyway? You don't know you're alive.
Let s sit quietly and assume a reverent attitude in the presence of the dead. Now will some-
dir. Iierris.-TI'IANKS l
became effective and halt' of the students do no
Here its only been about two years since the Volstead Act
t know the elTect of alcohol. l,et's see now.
Down about the middle of this page is the word "epithet" I'm just curious to know how
many now what it means. The trouble with you is you don't know words. Now you on
the end, what is an epithet?
Student.-l don't know.
Stsdml.-I don't l-mow.
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you. XX'ill someone volunteer?
lr, Ferris.--No I didn't ewpect you would but I thought l'd be cnurttous enou h o
Student.-Isn't that what they put on tombstones?
Mr. If '
run tat is a natural htnnorist. I-et's take another tack. l wonder if you can
distinguish between the laws of association and dissocaition. XYl1ich is used in the study
of Algebra? ANYONE.
Sfzadelzt.-I don't know.
.lIr, 1:t'I'l'l5.-EXCLISC me, old lady. That wasn't a fair question to ask von. You couldn't
he expected to he interested in anything unless there was a man in it. XYill the next student
flfr. Ferris.-Vllell you were safe all right. You're a natural horn politician. You would
xote two tickets wouldnt you? Go into Pilllllfi fight HYWIF- XOUHI-Z man- Yfml' WCCV55 is
assured. XYas that the first bell?
.Ui-. Iivrrix.-XX'ell you knew that much anyway. Dismissed.
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Extra. Ferris Elected with Majority of Over 18,000 Votes
Vol. 2, No. 9 Vlleclnesclay, November 8, l922 Five Cents
F. I. Will tihsorve Armistice Day Friday Atternoon in Auditorium
P H A R M I C MUSIC STUDENTS HAVE Ferris Becomes a
N E W S 'l'lit- rnrtsic lizrif xxgts tht- surit- -rt' ,ll United States
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"DRUGS, PARECORIC-POWDER: .ri Bliss llt-it-rr XXX-:rxrr', x-.Ars :rn cxcltr
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Nutt' that our "tir1trt4l 1-'rl rr.:rri" :ttttrrrlirrg tht' party clt-ul:tr't'rl thzrt rlrq lit' will tl-1 is lu :lc-rriztrrtl at lrtgtrirrp irmn
init ltr-un t-lc-ctr-cl In tht- Sr-rtztt-rriqti ltllfl llllll It WU 2-r--rl tirrrv. Xt-ul vr'r',t. l'lll X1'it"l'P'i'5 'l"' ' "Ui
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l.r+r'clt, :incl now that .Xr'rnis- lll' itll' FNIHH l"'l','i'l' Vi- 5-
Zict- llztii has lm.-it tlttly rr'-- l-1 rris vrrtvrs tht- 5-rrgtrtf
st-ru-rl :tml cornrnt-intrrzitul l-5'
the illllil'L'ShiYL' lrrogrzirn ot' tht- SlUClEI'ItS Go
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tht- cert-riioriy ul tlcclic itrnf tht
lVlr. Ferris' Victory
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fzirs :mtl pustt-ls is in our car:-
N gK.L.u.nlm. Knnn nrng nnnrg '. :.t lrr- lirrrnt-, :tri-l thru rrzrrzrrltrfl
his clrztllcrigcs In cornhzrt in l ' 'TWU
tht' trrrm til 'hour zippliuztf
tion :incl Ice liztvc ht-cn rt'-
ft-rrctl." XX'ith spzrtnlzr in hzrnrl
.rc lritl the urtcrny :ttlvzlncc ztrrcl
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I lrirrurttplry. Nitro' t':t1 tht-j.
'lo his clrrtrcst. wc- :tru pro- .
iiztrwtl tor thc worst. l"r'rrrn 5
the tlct-li rust-nrclit-s tri our M F .
'rnirtctl gray niztttcr we art- f T- 91715
Hurt-rrztrwtl to call up rest-rwr-s Z
pri--ngli to clown :tny rrrrrvt- tht-
rrpprwsitiwri may rnzrlfc - :tnrl
.rc tltrn't expect tu cull tlimzt
up on "p-mics" citlicr. no sir,
Spealcs in Armory
'io czrvzilry in this zirrny. it'-
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XXX' liztvc only one rugrtrti - -.f 1 '. wr. - :-
thzrt is that our crrriirzttlcs in
:rms will not rc-trrrrr tr- lfurrts
institute with ns :titer -mr
fittlc set-to in lirztncl ltzrpitls A -"- 'I N1 ir " -ff is-511
rhich is stzisucl for new: tru-li 71 ilit'
it-grnnrrig lncsclzry, X--writ'-tr ' NWI 5'l'l"""i'fli"'Yf, "5 ltir
ll :incl raging' tlirough three 4"' "",fiil'l"fi" ilfm "W "-"ii
rlziys :incl nights. Circ-:tt holes ith. Az:-xr: N. Ifrrrzs 7'lQ'-'-'r72fL'1" 'rl l'f"'-2'f1'H2 'ff tltf:
will hc torn in the rzmks as ' i7f7"'l 5i5il"'-
thc short course mt-ri pack up to re-
turn home and wait the results of the ,, . . ,,
from-sr: the old laboratory tt-iit so-ern Every Alorning Debating C1355 20 Lectures rn Good English
tlull without the Cheerful. Iltrrttgli ' r'.,yfC.I,r,m1,.,1.,:
honicly pltysioqtics of l'armalt-e. '
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Brain Factory, Somewhere
RICHARD A. CHUMP
Editor and Type Setter
KYRON J. NJXGELSHIRIC
The Sporty Editor
News items for the VVednesday
issue should he mailed not later than
Single Copy, 5 pins.
One Year, 5 pins, 2 marbles and a
pants' button. ,
-Depends on how long the editor
has been without food.
CHATS WITH THE EDITOR
VVe wish to announce that the jokes
in this issue are not cold storage
shipped in from other large establish-
inents. The election of Lloyd Ben-
nett as joke Editor has given us a
chance for some local and original
XVC also wish to mention the fact
that the mispelled words and gram-
matical errors that have been so nu-
merous for the past four months are
typographical. We know better-but,
well somehow they got in the paper.
The advertisements in this issue
may contain a mistake or two from
the fact that they were written by
"cubs" and not -by the subscribers
If you have any complaints tell our
customers about them, if not tell us.
Students ask where all the news
comes from for this weekl but con
yv I '
fidentially speaking, we will say that,
it is not news to everybody, and we
have to have something to fill up the
In Commercial Geography, Mr.
Clark says, "If in doubt, give it to,
England." I11 Bookkeeping, Mr. Pen-
nock says, "If in doubt, debit the
item." But we say, "lf in doubt, use
your own judgment and let your con-
science be your guide."
If you are in the dark, don't askg
for a light. Good things come tol
him who waits.
A discarded dinner bell that wont ring,
to be presented to Mr. K. G. Merrill so
we'll have less noise.
TH Ei COMMERCIAL DEPT.
Roy Johns conducts a pool room in
an Upper Peninsula town. One day
Rockstaller and Belding dropped lil
and were invited to take part in a
game progressing at one of the tables
whereon was a set of balls of a um-
form dirty gray color.
"But how do you tell the red from
the blue?" asked Belding.
"Oh," replied Roy, "you soon get
to know them by their shape."
At a banquet, Chuck Lewis's girl
leans over and remarks, "What is
that queer odor I smell like rubber
burning? Don't you smell it?"
"Oh, that?" answered Chuck,
"That's only Morrison. I-Ie's got to
make a speech and he's getting hot
around the collar."
In Latin III Vernon Gray is sent to
the board to write a sentence involv-
ing the use of the suiiix "-ne."
Miss Mc Nerney, correcting the
sentence: f'Did I' not tell you to put
that "-ne" on the end of the first word
in the sentence? Now why didn't
you do it?
Gray: "I know, but I didn't have
any first word."
SAXOPHONE AND VOCAL
AN EXPERT INSTRUCTOR
THIRTY YEARS STUDY IN
Ezwyoaze loves music
THORXVALD OLAFF PETERSON
318 Michigan Ave.
My Sure Method
NX'rite Now Right Now
fCOHfIll116d from page lj
Remus, XVetman, Fisher, Lorch,
Kopp, Bird and Company and all the
rest of the old window ledge gang,
XtYe'll miss you fellows, F. I. will not
be F. I. without you. When you are
framing that old Registered Pharma-
cist Certificate don't forget where the
dope came from that gave you such
a long boost towards the prize. You
are representatives of one of the
greatest institutions of Michigan,
great because of the inspiration it of-
fers to the red blooded man and
woman, your success on the State
Board and afterwards is F. I's. suc-
cess. Let's make it BIG. And noiv
we bid farewell to you who are about
to leave, assuring you that one of the
greatest privileges of our stay in Big
Rapids has been the pleasure of being
allowed to call you our friends.
To Professors Parr and Jones the
short course men express their heart-
felt thanks for the way in which
they have been assisted over the rough
spots that are found on the road to
Pharmacy as well as on any other
road that leads to a worthy object.
The final word, Snake Dance,
Theater Party, and Judson Hall
Smoker, Friday evening of November
17.-Ipecac, Opium, Syrup of Squills,
let's g Y
Oso LONG FELLOWS
How TO GET THIN
Six Easy Lessons
, PERRY MARKS
Sure Cure for
DR. DON POLAHUE
Satisfaction or Whiskers
FRENCHIE LE FOILLE WILBER CBuckj JONES
, in It A in ,,
"A Illarfs a Man for All That" The Hem of Ives Aw' .
TUES' Sl WED' EXTRA VAUDEVILLE
GEORGE NV. TUCK
"Come Back to Me Ruth"
a good Charlie Carlisle Comedy
The Moden Sisters
in the famous S-reel Comedy
NEAL D. VAN HAFTEN
Sec Him Throw the Bull
"Where Is My W'ondering B031
MISS MARGE MATTHEWS
ly and all the
F. I. will not
Vhen YOu are
Set where the
IVC yOu Such
.one of the
tration it Of-
fd man and
n the State
F. I's. suc-
-. And now
no are about
t one of the
stay in Big
are of being
d Jones the
f in which
:r the rough
the road to
.lolttt Ifreetlty drove over from
Skunk Hollow with his sorrel mar
to see Miss Dorothy XX'aller Sunday
The Holy Rollers spent Thursda
afternoon tying quilts at tlte hotne o
cj Prof. Merrill Makes A Dilcove
work Iroi. Merrill has at last dis-
lcovered why gtrls leave home. Upon
caretul examination he :tt last has
.tound I'rinsze and liooptnau respott-
Ralplt llodgekinson was the lion of Ii. 1, l Sfa"'hc" d k
the evening at the box social. Ile, li Wwe". L7 "I" ffrlgmw 5.31"
was garhed in his new white sweater ibn 5 LMI mummh U' IMI" 74 ml L5
with .tn In I. on tt.
llarold tieikeu was severely injuret
ltnl tlte State Road.
lzuough money is spettt ior pie in
I otte week to clotlte all starving
' - Hittd
wlten the shovel ltattdle, on which het l-nufjfh Nh tl. . I l
was leaning, broke. t Q li' Inq" L l is Umxumu L 'Ll
gweek by tlte students to wire all the
XVC real-Ct thu ur Upmn Dmmst telephone lines in Michigatt.
of this www had the misfurtunc tot l'.nouglt beef ts eaten ut stews tn
, . .
-- ,tt- '--k -lil -li -- -'-1 -
.tave lns hngers cttt ott by a steak U " nu IU um d I ' 'e'l'f'e'1H1f
knife. llr. Sttckley savs he'll soonluld CUWS'
he a shortltander again..
, lfnough milk is drattk in a month
ilu till Clcitr Lillie.
Hqmm lglhgygcivill qulmitmc forl Iinough cigarettes are stttoked in a
lr 5 - I '
'dm' l-mlcrwood in the lshriqtiimk 1 day to furnish a smoke screen for tlte
. . . - . -
- . - l't tl -:lu J e I' -nt ty l'
Lhotr next Sunday, owing to -leanl at 0 li LII' F L Mud'
havutg lttttttps on each cheek. Harold!
will try to get away with soprano by
S. Soper said the other day that lte
had worn the same overcoat for four
yearsg it must be about ready to
, . .
ltetty Smith says she has ttever
been kissed. Yea, the moon is tnade
ttf green cheese. too. lYe know Karl
tflarence Mc Natnara has been
elected the laziest man at scltool.
1 Greek Army Revolt:
Owittg to severe weather conditions
,the College Preparatory Department
Shave decided to postpone their all-
scltool party which normally would
I have been given on Friday eve.
cu y em er
Xlientlell I-'ritlay on returning home
D - ry ' I. K. .I . . k ' .N I.
5 .Xtter some days ot search and hard, for J Um D gr':"t"d by lm dad mth
the following remark: "See here, my
boy, every report sltows that you are
at the foot oi yottr class. Now I
can't stand for that."
Replied Wendell: "Aw, you should
worry, dad, they teach tlte saute thing
at both ends."
Lawrence lluttt on meeting' Carl
Riddering with two black eyes peer-
ing ottt iront behind several pieces ot'
court plaster, -"My goodness, man,
how did you lose all those teeth,
were yott in a train wreck?"
Carl Riddering, managing to muster
up enough strength to reply, "No, I
jllsl cltewed gum in psychology class."
lleard iront the plzttiorm:-S
"My young friends, let me impress
on you the necessity oi ttot only rtxtd-
iug good hooks bttt also oi owning
them. So, that you may have access
to them all the time. Why, when I
was a young tnatt I used frequently to
work all night in order to buy hooks
and then get tip before daylight to
Heartl front the platform:-
"l've got a hook due from I'easely
the I'nconscious Mind."
Last December during one of thei See
ot our tacultx tt ls seriously ntjuredg
.while sleeping. ,lust bttore retiring?
Powder on Lapels, g g
,lla y Hein had placed 'tn electrici
.fan at his bedside so that he might
I Acctaentzs-if:-av M ts
fhotthst nights of the month a member- King f0I' Suits that CIOIl't Sl'l0W
t ll ' . ' .
i 'eep cool. But toward morning Mr.?
.HW Umm- week while in Q-mud, Hein accidentally shoved his foot out
Rapids lte got stuck in a revolving
door :tt a hotel and united half an
hottr for some one to push him
I do tlte best. clean, correct and
gof bed and caught his large toe in
,the revolving fan. :Xt latest reports
. Mr. Hein was doing fine.
300 F. I's. Arrested
More than 300 alleged members of
'arefullv l'tunderin if 'ltirt' 'md col lthc I' XY' ui' are arrested in Port-
lure 'md drtssfs tigainvbtiattire in the' land' Oregon' m H f""'CC mundiup to
fm, ' Luk' 1 ' 'prevent disorders growing out ot the
Ilrices very reasonable l
IQDDIIE STQXHI. .
Follow the Crowd
THI-I PSYCHOLOGY LYNCH
HEAVY DISHES SERYED
XY. X. FERRIS
A Gift Distinction
lYe will give to any reputable school,
of more than 25,000 students our talented:
Charles Carlisle who is exceptional tn ex-,
pression and leading morning songs. g
Free circular sent on request. E
Dept. F. 1. P. Main Floor
Have You a Beautiful Face?
In this day and age attention to your
facial appearance is absolutely essential.
For thirty years I have been- striving to
perfect a new invisible deltcated. rose-
tinted face powder. The result ts the
amazing production of B. S. Travis Facial
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XK'.XN'l'l'2Df-All scutns to report for HTJFF
with their struct cleztntttg apparntui D0-
ighwt ,Wally Un any Saturday tor any frat
tt',x,X'I'I-QD--Utte more basketball gain: 'by
the All Stars. llirls preferred. I'ur tu-
fofftmfivfr asf its ..iu!'1.m5,:FL'LfL-. L - .
FOR S.-Xl-l-Q-Ott: blue scrgc suit. Nerd
the cash to pay income tax. lnqutre
Room 27, ttot later thartnMarchwl4.i A 1
IYANISILQD-More frat candidates to carri
Shorty lVard's 'drums up from the
Mouse Hall. Inquire Mc Namara.
FOR RENT-One pair ot' bright red arm
bands, Call any period not already
taken. at liill's place in the Soul!!-CIS!
corner ot' the Comnterggaflqlfjjfmbli- wg
HJR sat.E-or excttaxot-3-.Anything
that dot-stt't belong to me-easy YCFUU
For Sale 5
One perfectly good Ford Automobilcf
Smooth running. Easy on tires. Don't
use gasoline or oil. Very quid- EQUIP'
ped with mahogany 'wheels and a Enc-
eoat of very good paint.
Guaranteed to run. 7
E. PENNOCK T
-John P. lirfgghyz 5 7 ,W M ,Wm-W
V1-'ORWI-IXCHANGE ONLY - one so of
stiff whiskers for a slmart looking mua-
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Qf N-DIOBSIFY----.,- V-.- s...-N...
IV.-XNTED--A seat in Room IZ. IU!! Com'
fortable for two. Cash ready- GCD-
mufki - v H , , ...-.s... ---- V- -
OR SALE - Football equipment. MIC
sweater nearly new. Also Manahani
socks. Inquire Bill Reilly, Com'l Dept.
The trumpets blared-the final day had
Two students stood before the judgment
VVith heads bowed low to hear the word
Or praise, whate'er to each of them was
The-one, a lad of earnest, plodding ways,
Inured to toil and hardship all his days,
NVith eyes dark-rimmed from pouring o'er
-A "grind," they said of him with scorn-
The o-ther one a self-appointed Sheik,
A slave to every whim and idle craze,
XVith plastered looks and sideburns down
And eyes that held a listless, vapid gaze,
Tho' born with quick intelligence, his head
Now held but empty nothingness instead.
Then down upon them from the throne of
The voice of the Judge of all Creation
In solemn, thundering, tones that rent the
The question put to each of them began:
VVhat use of the immortal intellect, that I
Didst give thee to ennoble thee as Man,
Hast thou to show for all thy years within,
The VVorld, e'er I did halt its folly and
its sin ?"
It moved the grind in humbleness to say,
I tried to gain more knowledge day by
the Sheik .
For in my thoughts a vision was impressed,
And round that vision I had built a plan
To someday aid thy helpless and distressed,
And with my learning guide my fellow
Xkfell done!" the Great Judge cried, "Thy
Shall be the highest mansion in the skies."
Then spoke the Sheik, the poor benighted
O Lord, I was the best dressed man in
I on my innate cleverness relied,
And often passed my' tests, tho oft denied,
For me life was too short to e'er be spent
In tiresome study like yon plodding grindg
My will to pleasure only would be bent
And nothing else would satisfy the mind.
XVherein I erred, I now can see at last,
Tho penitent, I cannot change the past."
A hush fell on the scene, naught but the
Of angel pens the tensive silence broke,
Nor did the sinner know his soul was
Until the final judgment was declared,
Thou used the mind I gave thee at thy
To guide thy feet in paths of idleness.
judged by the standards of this Grind thy
XVill not suflice to save thy soul unless
I grant thee that thy penitence atone
Go hence, the lowest place shall be thine
Miss Lou Stubblegrass,
Dear Lou: .
BIG Ramps, RIICI-IIGAN.
March 15, 1923.
Well, 'CINS if morningis exercize and I thought while the Senator was handin'
out the old guft I'd take a chanct and write you a letter. Advice is the only' thing
in this school we dont get anything else but. Of course we follows as much of
lt as we can and still keep away from Travis City or somewheres, but I want to
tell you about this new study of zoology I've took up.
Most folks thinks Zoology is all about a zoo, but it aint. Miss McNerney has
got charge of the zoo. The first thing we learn in zoology is that a sixteen year
old g1rl that giggles, isn't the simplest animal. Before you can join this class
you have to quit chewing gum cause the instructor, he don't chew, and acquire a
whole bag of tools, so that you can look into the inside of things that are en-
countered. They is many animals that one runs across in this Zoology Business.
The first ones is one-celled. They ain't necessairily got to be in one cell. It's-their
shape that gets 'em the name. Girls is sometimes called dam-sels but not for the
same reason. Folks has to look at these one-celled animals through a spy glass
cause they're partikular 'bout who looks at 'em. Next we drag out the bugs, not
two-legged ones, but ones that ain't sposed to have much brains. Prof. Blumen-
thal, the head surveyor, says that Hodgkinson is a funny bug, Even Prof. Cramer
dont know what kind he is but thinks he is the nocturnal kind.
Wlieii Prof. Cramer announced that we would 'next dissect lobsters all the
boys got skeered out. ,Even Pete Nadeau and Elmer Schaiberger got afraid,
which surely was pekuliar cause they ain't even afraid of girls., them boys. They
is all kinds of lobsters. Guess the Senator ain't never took Zoology cause he
ain't partikular what he calls lobsters. Prof. Cramer furnished fish stories free
of charge with the course, but this don't mean two-legged fish, but really live fish
what swims in a pond. Folks who ain't been to Yellow Stone Park and to Florida
ain't Seen such fish as the Professor tells about, for they is the fool fish, so named
on account of actin so silly, and the gag fish which was named by somebody that
tried to eat one once, and another called the puddin wife, because its husband
deserted it. Of course they is lots more animals to be looked after, includin the
upstairs gang and the Pharmics but Mr, Masselink says "Already now, look out
for number one," and tha.t's perfectly correct too.
The exercizes is over now, Lou, and I got to go to Si Collegy class so good
buv. ' .
' Your loving,
P. S. Can't you sell that roan heifer and send me some jack. Edjukation comes
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What the Wise Are Saying
Mr. Ferris says that if he could re-use all the chewing gum on the bottoms of
seats in the school, he would make Wrigley poor.
Charles Carlisle believes that Izzy Einstein is a Jew. How strange!
VV. L. Thompson asked Lester Colby the other day, if the Avon Comedy Four
was the name of a new automobile. Lester thought it was.
Red Chimner says that if a Happer bought two yards of cloth she could make
several skirts. He don't know how many.
jack Freethy claims there is no use worrying over the distribution of wealth
as long as we have F. I. girls. They attend to that.
After Mr. Merrill talked about the Income Tax for thirty minutes, Bill Reilly
pipes up and says, "Income tax isn't much like thumb tacks, is it ?"
Harold Geiken insists it costs nothing to feed a moth, because it only eats
Lawrence Hunt says an oyster is a sort of ish built like a nut.
Wally Hein, when speaking of the Mrs., says "Vino, vido, vico," which means
"she came, she saw, she conquered."
R. R.'Reed declares a girl in your arms is worth two on the telephone. Correct.
No one has yet discovered why H. H. Nigro thought Palm Olive was a
fashionable Southern resort.
B. S. Travis says man has a larger vocabulary than a woman, but less oppor-
tunity to use it. '
G. Masselink tells us that a quart of gasoline tossed upon the coals of the
kitchen range will clean out the ashes in a jiffy.
"Few people don't know this," says M. A. jones, "but to kill Hies, you catch
them each night and wrap them up in cracked ice for twenty-four hours. It's a
sure method." I
Mildred Travis offers a valuable hint on boiling potatoes. She says you can
tell when they are done as soon as they begin to unbo-tton their jackets.
Clark King agrees with us that a bat in the hand is worth two in the eye.
HF. I. students are like drififwood on the shore
Tlicj' meet once, greet once, and part f01'l3'U6l'71I01'6.H
Thus runs a verse in our albums. Y es, we have met and made many friends
at F. I. But the parting is at hand. We must now say goodbye, good luck, and
Still, who knows but that, as time Hies on, when what we now see as only the
dim future becomes the actual present, when we are going down the long trail of
life, which we have chosen for ourself, our trail may cross that of some old F. I.
friend. This will mean another meeting and another greeting far more joyous
and far more delightful than was the first time we met.
But this, for many, will never happen. All that many of us can have is the
memory. If we never meet our old friends face to face we shall still have the
pleasure of living with them again in our thoughts. VV e can think of the old pal
we had at F. I. VVe can see the able-bodied men with the small growth on the
upper lipg we can see the goloshes, the side burns, the vanity cases, the radio
boots, the marcelle waves, and the bobbed hair. VVe can see Mr. Carlisle as he
writes, using the piano as a desk, while the orchestra, under the direction of Mr.
Nigro, plays Home Sweet Home. VVe can see Mr. Ferris as he stands in char-
acteristic pose ready to give the morning reading, his coat unbuttoned, his right
thumb thrust carelessly into his lower vest pocket, holding in his hand the book
from which he is to read his favorite chapter on Self-Respect. We can hear the
boys laugh as Mr. Ferris throws out a few crumbs to the chick-a-dees. life can
see the old school itself, crowning the crest of the little hill. The future thrills
us, recalling as it does the man whose steadfast purpose made a vision a reality.
These will all be pleasant memories, but it will give us new life just to enjoy
in our thoughts the presence of our old friends. Absence cannot separate us.
VVe have the addresses of our friends--we can drop them a card. And when we
feel lonely and blue, we can pack up and come to a meeting of the F. C. A., and
renew old acquaintances.
Sallies of the Sages
Already! First bell. Find seats please.
Say! Fm going out and get a brick.
From the standpoint and in regard to the question.
For Friday write seven themes., and read pages 25-10728 and outline.
That's only my opinion. I've got a right to my own opinion.
Remember, you've got a man's size job on your hands, and it will-mean-
Those who came here in September and paid for twenty-four weeks meet me
in the office.
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Everybody up to the bars for roll call.l
All there is to quantis simple arithmetic.
VV hen the poppies bloom.
Now do some t-h-i-n-lc-i-n-g on thig,
Don't forget that now. '
You're like a cor H ll. Y
n e c ou have ears, but you hear not.
Faculty meetin ' at th 1
g e usua time in the usual place.
My toxicology boys can tell you.
f you are not here say "absent.',
This is a typical problem, pure and simple.
VVell, how do you spell it?
Sufficient unto the day are the evils thereof.
Be sure you understand this, dead sure,
Don't tell anybody I said this.
This is a definite science.
Don't try to put anything over.
Everybody copy. , I A
Here it is, students, the most interesting phenomenon of them allf'
I. Thou mayest have other schools before this but thou shalt need no other
II. Thou shalt seek earnestly after credit slips.
III. Thou shalt not spend all thy nights in revelry, for he that frolics shall
not pass. -
IV. Five days each week shalt thou study, and as many more as may please
V. Write often to thy' father and thy mother, that thy expenses shall be paid
in the school where thou goest.
VI. Thou shalt not snore in class, but shalt sleep silently.
VII. Thou shalt not neglect amusement.
VIII. Thou shalt not steal away before the appointed time.
IX. Thou shalt not recite unknowingly, nor admit that thou art unprepared.
X. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's girl, nor thy neighbor's pull, nor his
excuse, nor anything tha.t is thy neighbors.
ONE DAY I thought
I'D LIKE to be
AN ORATOR and
HOLD THE' people
SO I began
TO STUDY up
THE SPEECHES of
BILL BRYAN and
I STOOD before
MY GLASS to get
AN IDEA of
THE NVAY I looked
XVI-IEN I orated.
AT LAST I got
A CHANCE to show
NVHAT I could do
OR COULDN'T do
IN A debate.
BUT NVHEN the time
with V. E. D.
AT ALL to say.
I THOUGHT about
HONV I must look
ZONES OF silence.
TO BREAK the spell
AND I took myself
OFF TO one side
OLD Boy, you're not
THE FIRST to feel
AND YOU shouldn't
MY TONGUE began
TO LOOSEN up
AND JUST as I
BEGAN TO talk
CAME FOR my talk,
I COULDN'T think
THE CHAIRMAN said,
"YOUR TIME is up,"
I THANK you. I
The Fountain of Youth
When Ponce De Leon went roaming around in the swamps of Florida looking
for the fountain of youth, he established a precedent. Since then man has been
floundering about in the sloughs of despondency with the same purpose in mindg
and when I say man I mean woman as well, for this is one of the rare instances
where man embraces woman.
We smile derisively at this gray haired old man, going about bathing in all of
the springs, pursuing an elusive hope, and we wonder that he should have been
so gullible. We do not wonder, however, when We see a man trying to fertilize a
shiny spot on the top of his head with pungent concoctions, which at best do no
harm, nor make the spot larger nor more shinyg for the longer he uses his Cranium
for inner reflections on youth, the more dazzlingly will it reflect-outwardly. After
he has steamed, boiled, shaved, and rubbed his head with everything from cream
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to bear's oil, he will become
ith h ,r f 1 d sl- I I U . i y at piece of gauze covered
W 531. Ops 3 5 la C 5 lg lt Y S11111l.211' t0 his own, and stick it on the shiny spot with
gum. -Ie can at last wear a smile of satisfaction unmindful of the fact that he
has deceived no one but himself. Yes, Ponce De Leon should have known better.
How could he have expected to become rejuvenated b one bath.
Human rejuvenation has come to be one of the leading industries of today,
and in this the resourceful mind of woman has placed her in the foreground.
Wonieii are steamed, pounded, and rolled! they are padded and upholsteredg they
are puttied, calcimined, painted, and shorn, and the results are problematic:-11.
They may fool someone, if he is near sighted and far enough away. You may
use any and all of the appliances powders, nostrums on the market, and "the skin
you love to touchi' appears to be as remote as ever. You may have your surgeon
transplant monkey Glands if fou will l th Ix
to become effaced.
resigned to his fate and bu '
g 3 , ant e mar 's of time persistently refuse
Perhaps I have painted too dismal a picture. Perhaps I have left the im-
pression that Ponce De Leon's quest was an impossibility. If so, I would like to
give out just a ray of hope. The impossibility of yesterday is the fact of today.
Possibly the answer to the whole matter may be foundin "Herkimer's Handbook
of Useful and Valuable Information."
-A ll Observer.
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The day's begun at old F. I.,
The students assemble here.
-- 3 I I And "Tommy" waves a card on high '
l Y I 'XXV I XVhile we clap our hands and cheer.
I R, jf 'TYMAYHL1 ,I There's mail, too. Oh! far too much-
! "Boys, please tell these dames
We cannot give our valued time
. To translating misspelled names."
! "The following students re ort to m '
l .... I S222 ' D ef
, 2 I f absent, please speak up-
Q 5 "Young lady! for lack of attention
9 Y 011 win the loving-cupg
. I If you can't give attention strict-
? Qgflf' To what is being said,
5 I You might as well pack up your books-
l 5 Your brains are long past dead."
f 7 ' "How many times have I implored
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3 That just once, for novelty's sake,
To the meeting be on time!"
"These notices I shall not ready
I cannot make them outg
I'll turn them over to Masselink-
He can, without a doubt."
"Signals, please! And teachers
XVill you kindly keep in mind
. That the bells are "off" again today
And dismiss your class on time!"
A Little Drama from Room No. 3
THE S13VEN OCLOCK CAESAR CLASS
Mary J. McNerney.
Rose Towe ........
Clara Ditmer ......
Kuno I-Iamnierberg .
Mr. Moore ........
Mr. Conover ....
Clarence Beeker ....
Mr. Cook ..... C .....
Milton Meeks ....
a charming unmarried pupil
.. author of a verbless Latin Grammar
. ...... a quiet unassuming fellow
. . ..........., a palaverer
a contrary creature
an indifferent mortal
another contrary fellow
.. la tete de caribon
Scene I A
TIME: 7:00 O'clock A. M, Prnqrgg Roomg
17:00, Enter Miss McNerney.D
f7:10, Enter Misses Towe and Ditmer, and Mr. Moore.j
Miss lVIcNc1'1zeyg "I wonder where the rest of the lazy mortals are."
C7:20, Enter rest of lazy mortalsj ' Q
Miss llifcNe1'ney.' "You contrary creatures! I suppose if this class were at 8:00, you'd
come at 8:20. However, I shan't stand for that sort of thing, remember I'm Irish." .
MEEKS,' "'vVell, you see it was this way-"
M Illgiss MCfg7Cf1Z'Sjl.' "Never mind any of your yarns, let's get to work. You may read,
r. ammer erg.
'Hamg "The walls of the troops having been fortified the camp hastened at Caesar."
Miss M'cNe1'1iey.' "Wl1at kind of a conglomeration of Latin and Swede do you call that?"
Hamg "VVell, Miss McNerney, that's what it says."
Miss ll4fcNe1'nt'y.' 'KYes, you fmumbler'-it's only half the time I can hear you. Mr.
Meeks, stop wigglmg your feet. VVhat 1S the construction of "consuitudine" in line six, Mr.
Ambroscg "It's-ah. .ah-it's the dative of spacef,
Miss McNc1'1zcy.' "You'll be dative of something if you don't wake up. NVhat is it Miss
Roseg Caudible whisperingj "Ablative of cause." A
Miss McNer1zey.' "Inspiration-I heard it myself. Do you know if I ever get to heaven,
I ought to have a star in my crown for developing golden rulers. Say! Mr. Cook, if you
don't wake up back there, I'm going to come back there with a brick. CMr. Cook regains
consciousness? If there's anything in the world that I detest it's that utter indifference on
the part of a few of you lazy mortals. I should think my voice would be enough to awaken
the dead, but apparently it has no effect on Mr. Cook."
Mr. Coniovcix' "Miss McNerney, did Caesar use tanks in the Gualic Wars?"
Miss McNc1'neyg "Another dreamer. VVhat's the construction of 'sibi' in line twenty-
five, Mr. Hammerberg?"
Ham: "Let me see now-Che whispers with Mr. Moorej-dative of agent."
Miss MCN07'1l8j'.' "A pretty good guess, or did Mr. Moore practice the golden rule?"
CBell ringsj "You are excused with pleasuref'
Meeksg "It's mutual."
CA sigh of relief comes from the tired students and the curtain falls.D M M
Laugh and the World Laughs With You
So many pens have dwelt upon this theme,
So many abler thoughts expression found,
That my poor efforts must unworthy seem,
Like profane footprints left on hallowed ground.
Still, unabashed, I dare to venture forth,
Uplift my voice and yell for all I'm worth:
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you,
Wfeep, and you weep alone."
Willy should the stream of life forever run
Smooth, and without a ripple on its way?
If never' cloud appeared to hide the sun,
Wfho would appreciate the perfect day?
S0 whether life brings sunshine or brings rain,
Forget that groueh and join in this refrain:
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you,
Wfeep, and you weep alone."
Take note of him who always wears a smile-
His, friendsare numerous, his foes are few,
He laughs, the world laughs, too, but all the while
No other mortal knows when one is blue.
So when you are the surest that you can't,
Smile, if it kills you, and join in the chant:
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you,
t. W'eep, and you weep alone."
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Another day is gone-forever pastg
Great things were scheduled at the break o
And only half accomplished, as the last I
Of the sun's rays now slowly fade away.
Then shall we let our failures mar our rest,
And so meet morning wi.th a fainting heart? A
Or shall the thought that we have done our best
Preserve our courage and renew our start?
Ay, with the new day let's' resume the Iightg
Past failures are but vict'ries in disguise,
He wins before he starts who's in the right,
He, only, really fails who never tries.
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Calling It a Day
A FARCE-TRAGEDY IN ONE PART
Tlhe scene is a square room with a huge figure 8 on the door as you enter. Numerous
rows of seats are fastened to the floor by screws. A pair of posts uphold a tin ceiling. The
walls are semi-surrounded by real slate black-boards. A little desk stands between an isle. A
high-chair rests near. Figures are chalked onthe black-board. The steam pipes rattle and
bang. Students sit pensively on the bench-like seats.
The time is any day at 3:15 P. M. just before Mr. K. G. Merrill, the teacher of
Business Efficiency, enters the room. Chalk and paper wads Hy ruthlessly around the room
and hit the girls.
Riley-Hey! - WVho hit me! CStands up and shakes his fist at Jack Freethy, whereupon
Merrill enters and receives the gesturej
Jllerrill Cangry like a bearj-VVhat's the commotion?
Riley Ctaking his seat like a defeated roosterb-Nothin'.
CMerrill walks up to the desk. Feels in his pocket for the roll-cards. Pulls out
wrong package. Swears to himself. Finds correct packj
Tuck-VVliat is it?
Me1'riII-Are you present?
Tuck-I-I think I am.
Merrill-Anderson, where is your excuse card? '
A71d8l'S011'4'HCfC. QFeels in pockets.D No tain't either. Can't find it.
lllerrill-Have it by tomorrow or out you go. CMerrill completes roll call.j Now what
was our lesson for today, Mr-r-r Dibble? V
Dibblc Cloudlyj-'Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.
Jllerrill-VVas that all? Hm-m, I let you off easy today.
Me1'1'ilI--1NfIiss Betty Lowell, tell us what is fear.
Miss Lowell-Fear is that- I
I-Iayslrk Cinterruptingb-It is being afraid.
JVIerriI1-Very good. Now 'Mr. Hunt, explain the antidote for fear.
Him!-The anecdote for fear is-- -
I-Iaysfvle finterruptingb-It is knowledge.
lllcrrill-Very good. Mr. Riley, what is faith?
Riley Chesitatingb-Er-r-. Let Haystek tell it.
M errill-How much do you study. I'll bet you haven't even today's written work prepared.
Riley-Yes I have. I got it in my head.
Merrill-Stop giggling. Lct's get to business. Mr. Bellman, how can you kill laziness?
Me1'1'iI1 Cafter laughter ceasesl-There must be a funny streak in you today. Mr. Freethy,
what is a good will?
Frccfhy Cthoughtfullyj--About a million dollars. '
Me1'1'ilI Cafter laughterj-Jopke, tell us about turning minutes into money. First, how-
ever, we'll have Mr. McCauley wake up.
fopke Cafter McCauley has been shaken to consciousnessj-I suppose you'd have to
count your minutes as you would dollars.
Me1'1'iII Cnodding head in allirmationl--Yes, go on.
fopkr Cscratching hearj-But I can't see how you can take minutes to a mint.
CThc bell ringsj
llfrrrill-Chapters 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14, for tomorrow.
CAnother bell. In ten seconds the room is vacant save for some light and musty
air and furniture. The day was over.j
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THE GURLEY STUDIO
WE KEEP ALL NEGATIVES
ON DUPLICATE ORDERS
1-1 YEAR OPENS
sept. 3, 1923
P For High School Graduates
First Year 'Normal
First Year College
Pharmacy, two-year course
Commercial Teachers', two-year con
Shorthand Teachers', two-year com-sg
, u Salesmanship
Higher Accounting, two-year course Civil Service
Business Administration Banking
Chemistry, two-year course Stenog,-aphy
Secretarial Course, one year
For Drug Clerks
A. short course preparatory for the November and january examinations will be
organized Se t b 3
p em er . Write for special information. I -
Pedagogy G' A
State Manual Geography U. S. History
Primary Reading Arithmetic
Observation and Practice Teaching
For Foreign Students 1 S
g Reading U. S. History
Arithmetic Penmanship Civics , '
Spelling Public Speaking Typewriting
' For Colleges Preparatory Students H
A list of twenty-four subjects is offered. Select those that willlprepare' you for the
college you plan to enter. Graduates. enter the best universities without ekamination.
For Oflice Work 1 1 ' I
Bookkeeping Penmanship l..aw
Shorthand Rapid Calculation English
Typewriting Efficiency Al'itl'lm0fiC
For Telegraphers S
Regular work will be offered in the Morse and wireless, systems. ' ln connection' 'with
these-V students can take Bookkeeping, English, Arithmetic, Penmanship, Spelling, etc.,
without extra charge. - ' - ' V
Special Courses- .1 . 4 1- if -
Psychology Music Debating -1 . .
Human Nature Physical Culture Public Speaking
The above gives a general view of what can be taken at the Ferris lnstitute. Write
us a letter describing in detail your wishes and what you have done so far.
W. N. FERRIS, Pres, G. lVlASSELlNK,.Vice-Pres. 1
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CONFECTIONERY -- FRUITS - ICE CREAM - CIGARS
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DRUG LINEYDOFA LADIES AND MISSES
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104 S. MICH. AVE.
106-108 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE
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SPORTS AND ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT
Baseball, Basketball, and Football Uniforms
Tennis, Golf, Gymnasium and Track Outfits
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Fishing Tackle Folding Camp Furniture
Ladies' and Gents' Bathing Suits
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FORD TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
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206 S. Michigan Ave.
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209-211 N. Mich. Ave.
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. The Commander-in-Chief
I The commander-in-chief of the life conserving virtues, is
thrift. VVithout thrift there can be no individual or community
l 2 progress. just now there is a mania for earning, accompanied
by a mania for spending. This is one of the ill-effects of the
VVorld War. Franklin practiced and preached thrift. Thrift is
manls life saver. This life saver is safely guarded in a bank.
Get the habit of depositing regularly a portion of your earnings.
This habit means business success, and personal independence.
The chief function of a bank is to advise, direct and protect its
Choose your bank today.
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