Flora Stone Mather College - Polychronicon Yearbook (Cleveland, OH)

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L ' ' -. . ,.w,,:- - A- . . gm-,,.,. .1 " - ,,...-W ' . ,.-,,,:.,, - .vv V ti I In 1. ,. .U 1 , MI ,:, ,. .,.',-Mil! . -.M A -iii ' f , f -xqsxg .I . ', I Q - , ff .lf , 4 "."'R3" v. F, , I M -K.,-s.P'!mf'j'-,,., w.. -Fi::',,5 ,. ,r ZIV... "A, 1 :-wS,g5s-'f- ,- f. , , . r -,f. , 7,15 g g, ,, .I -,wb -' V Q .1.,,.,-NY' 3 X 2 vi I fi i X. ,., 1. .KA Q .,.'z7, V.. If A.4,v.qA. w- f m-'..4ff.ff- 1-H, , X--2--Q ,Q 'l:L'Zf"1", Y . fav, V Q'-.x..., -,,,-mg 4' ,, ' - "ww 1.-.' u Mx, -f,,, WINFBED G. LEUTNEB, the president of Western Reserve University, has GOIIIIGC1 C1 Teputation for be' ing dignified but friendly and is often to be found in informal conversation with his students. During a year in Europe he studied in Italy, Greece. Asia Minor, and Turkey. Before he became president, he was a student and then a teacher at Adelbert Col- lege, and, finally, the Dean of University Adminis- tration. He finds time to be interested in Mather and is always one of the first speakers freshmen hear when they enter. His kindliness and tact have en- deared him to all Who.kI10W him- The advantages of attending a large university are many- from broader opportunities for study to a Wider range of student acquaintances. And the organization which adds these advan- tages to college life at Mather is the seldom considered univer- sity administration. It is the group and authority responsible for university direction and prestige. It is the group and authority that supervises all facult y appointments and all campus addi- tions under the direc tion of the Board of Trustees. In a broad e efforts of all the different schools and all to provide an integraetd plan of univer- ts at its many colleges. sense it coordinates th the different faculties sity life for the studen MISS ELEANOB F. DOLAN, Dean of Mqthey College, is to every student a friend and a leader at Whom she can look as representing the upward-pro- gressing and forward-moving spirit of the School- She works on and off campus for the benefit of Mather and Mather students. It is to her and to the improvements for which she is responsible that We owe much of the gain our school has made in the last few years in local' and national standing. , j The Work of the Mather administration includes the direction of life at Mather under the general authority ot the Mather Board of Overseers, a group division of the University Board of Trustees. Subject in some matters to the university admin- istration, it is nevertheless the group and authority which retains the responsibility for giving Mather students the ad- vantages of attending a single college, with its Wider oppor- tunities for individual expression and development, at the same time that they enjoy university affiliations. This group has been successful in keeping the reputation and individuality of Mather College as separate as many of its policies. Mrs. Trautman Miss Herbruck Mrs. Ackerman Mrs. Freeman Mrs. Shalling Mi ss Henry. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Proehl Campbell Rose Van Epps Waters 14 HOUSEMOTHEBS The housemothers of Mather College dormitories take a great part in the lives of each of their girls. They are not known merely as "keepers of the keep" and executors of the long list of dorm rules, but they have become friends and sympathetic C1dViSOrS, anxious to help the lonely, ready to restrain the troublesome, and eager to plunge into the excite- ment of plans for parties, dances, and dates. DOROTHY B. BACON .Mrs. Bacon, Director of Haydn, always finds time in a busy day to chat with stu- dents with whom she has a special knack for making friends. BLANCHE W. WATERS Even though she was here for only one flemester, Mrs. Waters made many friends Hgillgh her duties as Haydn housemother. office was often the scene of "interhouse- mother" bridge games. ELINOF A uni bureau, all the 91'CIduat Or cred office Q from the Senior - ELINOR WELLS A university information bureau, Miss Wells knows all the answers about graduation, grades, rooms, or credits. Through her ofiice goes your record from the Freshman to the Senior year. OFFICE STAFF: Metta B. Pae l Lucy Robinson Io Anne Lapper Lois Delameter MATI-IER OFFICES ELIZABETH WALKER Our "contact woman", Miss Walker visits schools all over the country, inter- viewing candidates for Mather and telling of our campus. Despite her be- ing so busy, you can't get through college without talking to her at least once. l5 PSYCHOLOGY Audrey Suns Schumacher Calvin S. Hall Charles Huntley Clare W. Graves POLITICAL SCIENCE- Earl Shoup Wilbur White Eleanor Dolan Alex Draqnich Karl Bosworth PHYSICS- Richard Beth Charles Fletcher Iohn McCarthy 16 . h BENCH- BY 'es l6 Agnes Dureau Oscar Staaf Ruth Mulhauser DRAMATIC ARTS- Henry Kurth Barclay Leathem Nadine Miles E. Shank 17 ECONOMICS- Albert Iames Anthony Sancetla Leland Traywick Marvin Barloon BIOLOGY- Cyril Corum A Iarnes C. Gray I. Paul Visscher A. M. Hersh M. Iean Allen Franklin Bacon CLASSICS- Iohn R. Grant GEOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY Mildred Danklefsen Ralph Olson G. C. Tague Henry F. Donner 18 HOME ECONOMICS Blanche Harvey Gladys MacKay Elaine Friesen Ardath Anders Helen Hunscher Charlotte Wolife Frances Fischer Carol Wheeler SOCIOLOGY- C. E. Gehlke Newbell Puckett Carl F. Butts William Lawrence BIBLICAL LITERATURE- Bolland E. Wolfe MATHEMATICS- Ida Baker I. Rogers Musselman ENGLISH- Ioyce Kellogg Lilian Lane Eleanor Thomas Vonna Hicks IVI. Waterman D. Hockey K. Porter P. Tyler EDUCATION- lVIay Hill Arbuthnot G. Carlton Robinson Benjamin Simpson Constance McCullough I PHYSICAL EDUCATION Ermly Andrews Helen Smith GERMAN - Pcruline Steiner Lucille Hager Theodor Brcxcrsch PHYSICAL EDUCATION- Deborah Benjamin Ianet Hazelwood Florence Corkum Wipple Claire Doran LIBBABIANS- Miss Elizabeth Chatflin Miss Sarah Leavy Mrs. Helen Moffett Miss Iane Cating Miss Margaret Eastwood Mrs. Bertha Loudy Miss Bernice Browning '7!w4Za2feZ4f4eniau .. x A1 4 -fi Q, 1 , .r , .V 4 ,. Q L ' ., ,. 9,52 I ,, .Q I f . x . , V ..-1. .3-, . ,' r' "V "SL .1. af 1 ' 1 H.. 25 ' -1 ,,.,, ,fl l Hg- Wi Q ' Q . :fi iz "'Q'.: .A. Q . A.. fu -,Q .ffm x ' K. "W s, e r 1 Q, .. . ,. f 32 54 W 1 - ,W , . my ,f -MWF.,-zyffz, f 4 M 2 S , f., 4,, - .. S7321 ' , ,.,5,,. . If nf N .2 f , I '1:5:f'f:-fm wi:-yffs fb fms-W - e f 2, f .1 , . f is Q! 5 fi .2 Y S 5? -?l S K W s ,ff W ,, fn- 1 r' f. . ,U, ff ,, .,,, gm wk! if -2 pi R 'W ,baggy 7' as v - az 1 .1 ..- " , .Qf .m-Q' 5,995 ,T,', 'fi"Q,..q,f gf L .5 K ,i . D I ,, . . - V Q Y 0 I Q 1 .K ,w a .W , - fm :.,,g"24 vs ggi - Z..i,. I 1 za .... .....,.,. 7 0 SWL A . M i xv sy! ,Q . A ,Mali P A Tau . . . AA badminton manager MARILYN ALBRECHT Erie, Pennsylvania - ' , .Lyn ' : D lt Phi Upsilon - Hlstorgtudgntl Government treasurer t l .Chapel Board . . . President lhtersorority Council grid Greeks . . . one of the friendliest . . . hCtt9S time wasters . . . likes her roommate and the Sigma Chi she's pinned to . . . wants to teach history. DORIS ALBURN-Shaker Heights English: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . CO- ed SUNDIAL . . . Parnassus presi- dent . . . Red Cross . . . Prom chair- man three years . . . Y-Dub . . . "Greek" secretary . . . Lux member . . . interested in palmistry and in- terpreting handwriting . . . HFIl91'ldlV and sincere, a goal in each step!" ANNE C. ALLEN4Bay Village English: Interested in journalism . . . Press Board . . . Record Editorial Board . . Parnassus prose chair- man . . . carries her knitting every- place . . . wants to work on a news- paper or magazine and travel. VIRGINIA LEE ANDERSON-Parma English and History: Gamma Delia . . . May-Day Skit . . . golden blonde . . . likes butterscotch milkshakes - - - 'PIUYS good bOOgie . . . plans to marry the President ot the United States and raise intelligent children alter a Masters at Columbiq, ARLINE ARNsoN University Heights Sociology: Taffy . . . Transfer fro UnlVe1'S1lY of Wisconsin . . . attendend Ohio State University , , , likes sports' rem'-linq Dovels, dancing wants to do social work. I ' ' 28 .of 5144.1 J y Q S MARY BABCCCK-Cleveland History: Sigma Omegq , , 5 GI Club . , . University Choir ee Record . . . loves to travel, es ex ' ' to Moe's. p cially KATE P. BANCROFT-Toledg Chemistry: Transfer from th sity of Wisconsin . . . in absenticr at the School of Pathology , , , likes movies during exam week to do hospital lab work. 6 Univer- - . . WQI1lS PAT BARNER lackson, Tennessee Sociology: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Tribune, four years . . . Vice-Presi dent Thwing House . . . Y-Dub . , . Newman Club . . . likes her ten roommates and bubble gum . . . has to be dynamited out of bed in the morning . . . wants to go into personnel work. BETTE BARTLETT-Swanton History: Transfer from Capital U- ....Y-Dub . , . G-lee Club. . .POIY . , . spent two and one halt yeGrS in the WAVES .... likes music and eating . . . wears gray a lot . . - assistant housemother at 1VlC1ll'19f House . . . hates exams . . . heddlnq for library school. NANCY BELL Sapphire, North Carolina . VerY Chemistry: Sigma Omega - ' musical . . . Choir and Giee Club ' nd COIHPOSQS . . . plays the piano CI mmmee . . . Stunt Night literary CO- .nw her Freshman year . . . is 901119 1 research chemistry. 4 C c A Ct u b is E1 Bl Tr th lo' fu IEJ Ar N it Yet fer Y-l intl me -elqnd ' ' Glee Dir - Specially oledo E Ufllver. entia qt - - likes - Wants Ee-Presi Dub . . . her ten rn . . . bed in go into ton vital U- . . Poly f years sic and ot . . . Mather leading U , VerY 3 Club nposes nmlflee ng into ELAINE BERKOWITZ Cleveland Heights Sociology: Mather Record reporter . . . transfer her sophomore year , , , happy when class is excused . , , clabbles in art . . wants to ao to graduate school, then do psychlgn-ic social work abroad. MADELYNE COHEN BERNBAUM East Cleveland Graduated in February, 1947. EDITH BLASKO, East Cleveland Chemistry: Iota Sigma Pi . . . Musi- cian's Club . . . German Club . . . A. A. Board . . likes physical edu- cation, classical records, knitting . . . "marriage soon after graduation" but wants to go into industrial chem- istry. TUDY BLUE-East Cleveland English: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . "Mrs. B1uey" . . . Transfer from Goucher ...A. A.. . . Parnassus... Trib . . . skiing manager, loves the white stuff . . . wants to raise lots of red-headed kids and have fun in life . . . she Will! IEAN BOUGHTON-Shaker Heights Art: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Stunt Night literary chairman for two years . . . Poly art editor . . . trans- fer from Pembroke College . . . Y-Dub . . . tall and queenly . . . interested in a Harvard man and medical art. 'f fit ,Air 'u "" l if I-5' f r NANCY BRADY-Cleveland Heights English: Sigma Psi . . , Transfer from Trinity College '46 . . . Riding Club ...Y-Dub...NewtmanClu.b... likes people, riding, sketching . . wants to do fashion illustration. ANN BROWN-Rocky River Psychology: Phi Kappa Zeta . . A transfer from Ohio Wesleyan . . . helps manage A. A. Basketball . . . loves fraternity parties and the men who go with them . . . cross-legged stance. RUTH K. BROWM New Brighton, Pennsylvania Sociology and Dramatic Arts: Rho Delta Chi . . . Preparing for an M R S degree . . . hates to get up for breakfast . . . active in University Players . . . Secretary of The Rho Delts. SARAH BRUMAGIN lamestown, New York Home Economics: Theta Phi Omega . . . Stunt Night . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Home Ec Club . . . a whiz at knitting argyle socks . . . would like to teach home ec. IOANN BURKE-Cleveland English: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . "Ioey" . . . transfer from Trinity College . . . English Major Club . . . Newman Club . . . loves insane hats, traveling, a certain Phi Gam named Stan. EILEEN M. BYRNE-Cleveland English and Dramatic Arts: Actwe at Eldred . . . University P1f1Yef? ' ' ' Radio Workshop . . . likes bl'-19 Jeans and white shirts . . . DebussY and Gershwin fan . . . wants to get GH M. A. and go into the theatre. FLORA CASSESE-Cleveland Music: A. A .... Stunt Night . . . Musiclan's Club . .. . likes playing the piano and eating in Haydn . . . wants to teach piano. IEAN CAVANAUGH-Hubbard Graduated in February, 1947. IEAN CIBULA-Cleveland MARGARET REED CLOUGH East Cleveland Home Economics: Phi Kappa Zeta ' ' Q Peg" - . . on multitude of committees . . . May Day attendant . . . co-chairman of Stunt Night dance this year . . . ambition to find an apartment . . . loves being mar- ned cmd 90iI1q to school. 3-0 STEPHANIE COGHLAN Cleveland Heights Sociology: "Stevie" . . . Universiety Choir and' Mather Glee Club , , work at Eldred . . . A. A. Skating . . . plans on entering the School gf Applied Social Sciences. MILLICENT COHEN Erie, Pennsylvania Concentrated Science: Sigma Kappa Sigma . . . always taking courses that have no final . . . A. A. swim- ming manager . . . A. A. Honor Key . . lots of clubs . . . wants to do research in bacteriology , , , Mimi- GINN Y SHREFFLER COLE Cleveland Home Economics: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Mother's Week-end chainnan. . . . Polychronicon circulation mana- ger . . . Lux member . .class officer . . . fond of Mather . . . has ambi- tion to keep on being a good wife to Buddy. IANE E. COOK Erie. Pennsylvania Education: Omega Mu Sigma - - - Sorority officer . . . El-Ed Club . - - hates people who raise the curve . . . always teasing and joking . - - wants to take a long, sleepy vaca- tion. then teach elementary school. RUTH DOWDING COOK Cleveland Psychology: Phi AIPM Kappa . . . President of Bellflower House . . . loves to give peOPle Stanford-Binet tests . . . likes mflf' 1'iGqe with Homer . . . plans to do social work. EUGENIA COONEY Shaker Heights English: Sigma Psi . . . lean . . transfer from Lasell Iunior collegel , . . . Riding Club . . . Musician's D -Club . . . preparing to teach English THEODORA COWEN Buffalo, New York English: Nu Zeta Nu . . . Stunt Night . . . A. A .... May Day . . . sorority officer . . . loves her roommate . . . plans to be married to David in Iuly. IANICE GAUGH CRITTENDEN Erie, Pennsylvania History: Transfer from Allegheny College and Connecticut College . . . French and German Club . . . Pres- ent Day Club . . . spends time col- lecting records and browsing through library stacks . . . wants to work in the State Department. IOAN CROWLEY-Cleveland English and History: Sigma Omega . . . Bunny . . . president of Sigmas . . . University Choir . . . Reserve Tribune . . . hates 8 o'clocks . . . makes wonderful pies . . . works in Mather Library . . . plans tO teach English. BARBARA CURRY- Kalamazoo, Michigan Psychology and Art: Phi Kappa Zeta AA . . . president of Interdorm Board . . . editor of Pholychronicon . . . May Day chairman . . . Stage Manager Stunt Night . . . plans to go into photography or advertising Art. BETTE DANEMAN-Akron Political Science and History: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Danny . . . Outing Board president . . . Iunior Class treasurer . . . Phi Bete . . . Lux . . Present Day Club chairman . . . Par nassus . . . AA honor key , , , Ioveg to talk . . . hates cheese souffle . . wants to get a master's and do gov erment work in Russia. ANN DAVIS-Alliance English: Sigma Psi . . . AA . . . Stunt Night literary committee . . . I. S. C. . . . Record . . . Polychronicon . . . couldn't live without dogs and Moe's dislikes people with no sense of humor . . . one of the best-liked on campus . , . wants to write. LOUISE DAY Washington, Pennylvania Psychology: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Weezel . . . transfer from Washing- ton Seminary . . . Y-Dub president ...OutingBoard...A.A.... loves Yale-Harvard games, Penn State students and the Commodore . . . wants to go into personnel work. BARBARA DOWNER-Cleveland Social Science: Works at Thwing Library . . . lives at Guilford House . . . practice teaches . . . tries hard to keep up a good average. RUTH DUGAN'-Euclid Political Science and English: AA and Stunt Night all four years . . . Parnassus, Present Day Club . . . likes her housemother and her room- mate at Smith House . . . social chairman of dorm. 31 MARGARET DWYER-Cleveland Home Economics: Them Phi Omzghcl AA.. .Home EC Club ' 'l rer llpsilon Omicron . - - Clgiirgeisgine. Sophomore Yefc' ' ' '1' 5 at Home thinq ull the time . . - we h I O Ec House . . . wants to teC1C 0 9 img industry. RUTH ELAINE EICHER East Cleveland Elementary Education: Them Phi omega . . . El-Ed ctub . . . Glee Club . . . likes chidren, knitting- Sew' ing . . . dislikes arguments and 990 tistic people . . . wants to teach elementary sCh001- MARGARET EHRENFELD Sandusky Mathemgtics: Alpha Sigma Rho . . . President of Mather House . . . on Interfaith Fellowship and Intersor- ority Council . . . likes poetry . . . afraid she's going to be a math teacher. ALFHILD EDLUND-Cleveland Education: Omega Mu Sigma . . . Presdent of El-Ed Club . . . Sorority officer . . . likes men over six feet . . . abhors term papers . . . keeps an efficient budget . . . wants to teach in an elementary school, then marry. MARGARET FARMER Rochester, Pennsylvania Sociology: Alpha Kappa Alpha , , , Active in A. A .... played in Yale. Harvard game . . . Outing Board . . . likes to design and make own clothes . . wants to do work in group recreation. 32 ROSALYN FARAGHER Shaker Heights Biology: Delta Phi Upsilon "R t. . . . A A Honor Key . . . choir Csffd Glee Club . . . Trib Gnd Record business manager . . , Newman Club . . . loves tennis and opera . , . going into nursing school , quite efficient and very friendly... ROSA FATICA -Cleveland Education: Stunt Night . . , E1.Ed Club . . . wants to teach elemen. tary school when she graduates, DOROTHY FAYLOR-Shuffield Home Economics: A. A .... chair- man of its dinner sophomore year . . . dorm officer . . . likes good lectures . . . all sports but fencing . . . wants to be a hospital dietitian. ANNE G. FENTON-Cleveland Geology: Theta Phi Omega . . . Secretary of Sociology Club junio! year . . . lntersority Council . . . Rid- ing Club . . . likes the West and its music . . collects rocks and min- erals . . . would like to teach geol- ogy. PEG FENWICK-Rocky River Concentrated Science: Transfer from Hillsdale . . . President of Boulevfifd House . . . pinned to Cl D- U- ' 'k' hates 8:00 o'clock labs . - ' SPM ' ling smile. C1 m Cl Eng der ber all mor hair writ new BI Soci. wig anch to g M 30ciol board ITICIII mlllee lennis How 'Roz" I Qnj ecord Vman 91-Vera ily, El-Ed PITISH- ISS. eld :hair- year good icing itian. nd inior Rid- d its min- geol- I w fom ard ark- HELEN FOGG-Conneaut Psychology: Sigma Omega . . . Transfer from Royal Victoria College . . . Interfraternity Queen . . . Stunt Night stage crew . . . Uni- versity Players . . . Barn Theatre . . . sorority president . . . hates any morning class . . . wants to do occupational therapy. PATRICIA FOUST-Canton Concentrated Science: Pre-med and mad about it . . . A. A. Honor Key . . Yale-Harvard game . . . Chapel Board . . . University Band . . . likes music and dancing AN NETT FRANCIS Chicago, Illinois English: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Presi- dent of senior class . . . Lux mem- ber . . . Stunt Night lit committee all four years . . . SUNDIAL staff . . . Eldred . . . president of Ray- mond House . . . beautiful copper hair . . . wants to do television writing . . . likes interesting people. new ideas, subtle humor. BETTY FRIEDMAN-Cleveland Sociology: Radio club . . . Hillel . . . Stunt Night . . . likes people who do-n't gossip . . . dislikes anchovies and caviar . . . hopes to go into personnel work. MARGARET LOUISE FULTON Cleveland Heights Sociology: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . AA board . . . May Day scenery chair- man . . . Iunior-Senior Prom Com- mittee . . . Poster Club . . . likes tennis, football games . . . the "Howdy-doody" girl. 1 I Q fit g t X ' vsqy-mf.. , FRANCES GARFUNKEL Cleveland Elementary Education: Sigma Kappa Sigma . . . Franky . . . Radio club . . . El-Ed club . . . likes tennis and music . . . wants to teach school. it ALICE E. GATES Elkhart, Indiana Chemistry: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . AA and Stunt Night four years . . . likes Mather . . . plays the clarinet and piano . . . wants to be a re- search chemist . . . has political leanings towards a man named George . . . live wire of the school. MERIEL GEE Cleveland Heights Biology: Sigma Psi . . . "Micky" . . . Mather Glee Club . . .University choir, 4 years . . . always seen around Home Ec. house. GEORGIANA GILBERT Newton Falls Political Science: Sigma Psi . . , "Georgie" . . . in absentia to Nurs- ing School . . . Record. Three years . . . Sig secretary . . . in the Band . . . Parnassus . . . loves cooking. eating, Moes . . . preparing to be a nurse. SHIRLEY GILBERT-Cleveland Sociology: Nu Zeta Nu . . . Home Ec. club . . . musical . . . hates the jokes in The Case Tech . . . plans to do library work. 3-3 d NANCY o1LLrLAND,c1eve1cm M ke-up com giycthtitlizglill . .alikes dances' bun selsilions, but doeSn'i give-ka 322112 for violin concertos and SP1 e k wants to C10 Personnel WOT and ' get married. mittee MARY GILMORE-RockY Hiv-ef Edith Giordano-Cleveland I MW' LILLIAN GOLDBERG Cleveland Heights Business Administration, P r e s s Board . . . Stunt Night Business Manager first three years . . . plans to be an accountant. MARY ANN GREENWOOD Lincoln, Nebraska Sociology: Alpha Sigma Rho , , , Transfer from Universities of Ne. braska G Colorado . . . sorority presi. dent . . . Y-Dub cabinet . . , Honor Board . . . ushers at Severance 1 plays flute and piano . . . wants .to go into social work, 34 PAT GRIFFIN Cleveland Heights Economics and Business Ad.: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Transfer from Ohio State . . . Y-Dub prexy . , , noted for friendliness and wit . , , big moment was wedding to "Ty", Feb, ruary 8. DEBORA GROSS-Salem Biology, AA . . . Dance club, sopho. more year . . . Chairman of Action Committee for Interfaith Fellowship, MARY AL GROSS--Hubbard Home Economics: Phi Kappa Zeta , . . Record . . . Y-Dub . . . pledge- mistress for Phi Kaps . . . has a temper and hates it . . . wants to be an interior decoration consultant. PHYLLIS GROSS--Lakewood Home Economics, Transfer from Wooster . . , Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Stunt Night . . . likes to go On picnics if there are no snakes around . . . wants to go into interior decoration. EILEEN GUNTHER Shaker Heights Sociology: Delta Phi Upsilon - - ' "Pinky" . . . May Day attendeni - - - Newman Club . . . sophomore C1U55 secretary . . . practice teaches math le mdfh . . . likes her 12 year old-mC students . . . always saves remnants of a good time . . . erlqflged and lovely! ,IG tio ed .b, lO- OH ip. ata Je' a be om ron on ces 'ior :sS :xth sth nts md ALICE HAAS Cleveland Heights Education: Sigma Kappa Sigma, E1. Ed club . . . Intersorority Council . . . very much interested in chil- dren . . . wants to teach in a nur- sery school. CAROL HOPE HALLOCK Cleveland Dramatic Arts: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . In love with the theatre . . . wants to "act and act and act!" . . . hates people who hate cats . . . president of her freshman class . . . University Choir . . . lovely soprano voice. ROSEMARY HARRIS-Cleveland Home Economics: Spanish Club . . . Stunt Night . . . RECORD . . . A. A. . . . Home Ec. club . . . likes men and music . . . main interest is a Case man . . . ambition is adver- tising and then marriage. BARBARA B. HATCH Shaker Heights Education: Sigma Omega . . . Musi- cal . . . University Choir and Mather Glee Club . . . in operas at Eldred . . . wants a country home in New England and five children . . . hopes to teach kindergarten. MARIORIE OWEN HAUSER Cleveland Sociology: Transfer from Ohio Uni- versity . . . interested in her stamp collection . . . likes to cook for her husband, but hates to clean house . . . hopes to be a perfect wife. MARIAN HAYES-Cleveland Psychology: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Loves music . . . University Choir . . . been to Moss Lake Camp . . . novice knitter . . . likes her dorm life at Smith House . . . would like to go to library school. if IUNE HILLEBRECHT-Cleveland Elementary Education: El-Ed. club ...Y-Dub...GleeC1ub... f X 6 5 ,W X ef , . ,... 4: loves music and elementary school W f A ty . , 4. z 9? X ' f 'P .1 qw 4- :H children . . . plans to teach second grade somewhere. hl x.4..,g5,. 97. 5 .V ., . SHIRLEY HINTZELMANN Rocky River Psychology: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Transfer from Denison . . . RECORD advertising staff . . . Stunt Night . . . interested in the Air Corps in Alaska . . . solitaire fiend. , R y . , A.. 2 A A Q ARYLNE ADELMAN HOFFMAN Cleveland Home Economics: Nu Zeta Nu . . . Eldred and Radio Club . . . Phi Up- silon Omicron . . . loves being the second party to a marriage . . . wants to do commercial dietetic work. AMALIA VASU HOKE Cleveland , 5 . 1 New fl . A up 35 .5 A IEAN MANN HORNACK Cleveland English: Gamma Delta T011 - - - English Club eg! likes men Cond married' Y . . . tool . . . Moe's friend . . . plC1I1S 10 te-ach English. . . . A. A. Board Senior BARBARA HOWES-Cleveland History: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Y-Dub ...POLY...'I'RlB...Greek pledgemistress . . . A. A .... likes being engaged and Spring . . . dislikes art museums . . . wants to get married alter she graduates. MARTHA IMMEL-Parma Biology: Sigma Omega . . . Musi- cian's Club . . . University Orches- tra . . . Nu Phi Epsilon president . . . plays harp . . . specialized in botany. ERVINE IAWORSKI-Cleveland English: Radio Club . . . English Club . . . University Players . . . likes cokes at Wade's . . . Saturday Nights . . . dislikes low grades . . , is Pfepming to teach and wants to travel. WINTPRED Ior1NsoN-Ashland Chemistry: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Lux member . . . A. A. officer , , . Outing Board . . . Iota Sigma pi business manager of Stunt Niqht loves to spend her days in a chemi lab . . . plans to do research. .i f . Q v IO'ANNE 1onDoN-springfield English and Art: Sigma psi ' President of Tyler-Thwing , y l ai art work for '46 Poly , , I scenery committee of Stunt Night , , I A. A. baslcetball . . . is going to art school aiter graduation. IACKIE KANE-Youngstown Graduated in February, 1947 MARORIE KANE-Cleveland ARLENE ASHER KARSON Corpus Christi, Texas Dramatic Arts: Sigma Psi . . . Stunt Night director three years . . . class ofiicer . . . University Players . . . Barn Theatre . . . POLY . . . SUN- DIAL . . . Radio Club . . . hobby is husband Harry of law school. IEAN KEARNEY-Cleveland Graduated in February, 1947- 36 ffl .1 - V- ies: .fl ,f X :l did ery A. tool 7. ci Stunt class SUN- t0bbY ol. td BETTY SIMMERMACHER KELBAUGH Cleveland Chemistry and Business Administra- tion: Theta Phi Omega . . . President of the Thetas . . . A. A. and Stunt Night . . . collects stamps and likes to cook . . . wants to do research in chemistry. DOROTHY KENIG-Cleveland Home Economics: Theta Phi Omega . . . Home Ec. Club president . . . University Choir . . . Outing Club . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Chair- man Y-Dub coffee . . . favorite oc- cupation is dating her man . . . plans to enter field of home ec. DOROTHY KERSLAKE-Euclid Education: Omega Mu Sigma . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . Y-Dub . . . El-Ed. Club . . . A. A .... Stunt Night . . . likes blind dates . . . swimming and tennis . . . preparing to be a teacher. IEANETTE KIBLER-Hudson Psychology and Sociology: Sigma Psi . . . Kibby . . . Scenery committee tor Stunt Night . . . likes people in general, but hates prissy people . . . wants to do industrial personnel work . . . torch songs. HELEN KING-North Canton Sociology: Sigma Psi . . . A. A. . . . Outing Board . . . dorm basket- ball team . . . assistant photography editor of Poly . . . Stunt Night . . . counselor at Bed Raider . . . bridge liend , . . plans to loaf all summer after graduation. ANNE KOPPEL-Cleveland Graduated in February, 1947. BERNICE KOST-Cleveland English: Theta Phi Omega . . . Stunt Night four years . . . Spanish and English Clubs . . . sorority chaplain . . . hates Haydn's mint ice cream . . . wants to teach English in junior or high school. IRENE KOTULIC-Cleveland Education: Stunt Night . . . E1-Ed Club . . . easy to please . . . no special dislikes . . . plans to teach in Elementary school or junior high. MERLE KREUTZ Doylestown, Pennsylvania English: Gamma Delta Tau . . . President of Guilford House . . . French Club . . . Thinks Haydn's hot chocolate best there is . . . wants to go to Library School. 7' it BLANCHE KRUPANSKY-Cleveland 37 IRENE LAGEE-Cleveland English and Fine Arts: .Transfer from the UniversiiY of Michlgafl . likes to study . . . interested mtl e ballet . . . would like to gel 11110 some kind of art work . . . perhaps advertising. LQVERNE LARSI-:N-Euclid Home Economics. BUHUY - - - Phi .Ed Club , . . Record Staff . . . likes cowboY songs . . . wants to be an army Upsilon Omicron . . . E1 dietician and lrflvel- FLORENCE LEVION LEVIN New York City, New York LYNETTE LIBHABER Cleveland Heights PSYCh0l0QYr Sigma Kappa Sigma ...Gymkhana...A.P..... Settlement Work . . . Reserve Trib- une . . . dislikes term papers , , , likes men . . . wants to be a Psy- chiatric Social worker. MARY IANE LLEWELLYN Marion History: Delta Phi Upsilon , , , Louie" , . . Poly business manager ' ' - Sophomore Gnd Junior Class vice president . . . Lux . . . Prexy of Student Gov . . . collects demi-tasse cups . . . loves Stunt Night . . . "Our BO551-C'dY" . . . wants to teach, 38 DORA JANE LUIKART-Euclid T 5 I Drama: Gamma Delta Tqu ' t f "D. I." . , . Gam prexy , , .Comb l mittees, committees . . . University i Players, 4 years . . . I. S. C. , Poly, Record, Trib . . . Radio Clulg . . . . Hates late, incompetent people . . . loves eating, playing jokes I quite a wit . . . wants to teach dramatics. 5 l EVELYN MARIE MACPHERSON Cleveland Geography and Elementary Educa- tion: Mac . . . active in El-Ed Club . , . worked on Stunt Night . . , wants to teach geography in gn elementary school. If GERALDINE MANDELL-Cleveland ' RUTH MASON-Cleveland Home Economics: Gamma Delta T011 . . . Riding Club . . . Phi UpSil0I1 Omicron . . . Home Ec Club Secre- tary . . . collects piano recordings . . . plans to be a hospital dieticicrn. DOROTHY O. MATTY-Cleveland History: Stunt Night prop- commifwe - d . . . likes strange foreign foods Und saves greeting cards . . . interesteu in domesticity . . . "but, hone stly! Nlllclid au h ' ' -Com. University S. C. . Audio Cliryy lokes . IERSON 7Y Educq. 1'Ed Club ight 'Y in cm Ileveland und elta T011 Upsilon D Secre- :ordiI195 ietician. veldnd -nmlllee ds and erested iestllfi MARGARET MCAFEEH-Berea Biology: Sigma Psi . . . Mickey . . . A. A. board . . . photography editor of Poly . . . University Players . . . doesn't like pessimists . . . wants to go to med. school. CATHARINE MCLARTY Cleveland Heights Political Science: Delta Phi Upsilon ...Choir...GleeClub... A. A .... Y-Dub treasurer . . .loves to sing . . . has the nicest smile . . . is Miss Walker's secretary . . takes shorthand at night school. GENE MEN NELL-Lakewood English: Sigma Psi . . . Parnassus . . . English Majors' Club . . . Co-editor of Sundial . . . Prose Chairman of Parnassus . . . chair- man oi make-up committee . . . likes people, music . , . dislikes fish . . . collects salt and pepper shakers . . . first ambition to get married . . teaching second. BARBARA METZLER-Sandusky Home Economics: Phi Upsilon Omi- cron officer . . . chairman of Honor Board . . . Lux member . . . Y-Dub cabinet . . . A. A .... has a hobby of decorating stationery . . . ambi- tion is to be married and a dietician. RUTH MICHAELIS-Cleveland Concentrated Science: Glee Club . . . Soci Club . . . Riding Club . . . likes music and sports . . . dislikes studying . . . is preparing to be C1 lab technician. DORIS MAE MILLER-Dayton Sociology and Economics: Transfer from Wittenberg and Bowling Green . . . plays tennis . . . likes to watch football . . . makes lots of own clothes . . . bridge fiend . . . plans to get a master's in Soci. NAOMI MINSTER Cleveland Heights History . . . Hillel . . . Intercollegiate Zionist Organization . . . fond ot music . . . likes to watch big league baseball games. BERNICE MIRALDI-Lorain Biology: Transfer from St. Mary-ot- the-Woods . . . Mather Glee Club . . . likes orchestral music and the ballet . . . also good food . . . is entering the School of Nursing in the fall. ZITA MUELLER-Cleveland Geography: Stunt Night . . . Present Day Club . . . Mather Record . . . likes Romberg's "Student Prince" dislikes 7:15 in the morning . . . collects maps and wants to teach geography some day. MARITA MULLEN-Lakewood Geography: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . Trib, Poly . . . Y-Dub . . . Newman Club . . , Riding meet . . . likes! swordfish steak, symphonies . . . hates streetcars . . . always on num- erous committees . . . wants to exploit her four years of education in a career. 39 CAROL RODE MULLIGAN East Cleveland PsYcholO9Yi -Gamma Delta Tau . . . Choir . . . Glee Club . . . A. A. key . . . University PlUYef5 - ' ' School for Models manflgef - - - always last one in class . . . wanted tO 90 into personnel work but went into Pef' sonal work - marriage- MARILYN E. MURRELL-cleveland Psychology: Alpha KGPPU Alpha . . . Outing Board . . . Radio Club . . . Choir . . . likes professors who are fun . . . wants to go into PSY' chiatric social work. ROSEMARY NAGEY-Cleveland MARILYN NELSON-Wadsworth French and Spanish: Sigma Omega . . . Much interested in music and all that goes with it . . . band and orchestra . . . Interfaith Fellowship . . . plans to go on in music. ETHEL NOSKER-Medina French and Spanish: Phi Kappa Zeta - - - Skip . . . chairman of Calendar Committee . . . Lux member Outing Board . . . Sundial I l ' Intersorority Council . . . class officer - . . student teacher of Freri h , C at Patrick Henry Iunior High School - - - Wants to teach abroad, 40 2 , .f - EILEEN O'HARRA-Cleveland English and Home Eco Kappa Zeta . . . Record , , . New. man Club secretary . . . Phi Kap officer . , . fashion column in Trib . . . tied up with a Delt cheerleader , . . plans to teach English, VIOLET ORNSTEIN-Cleveland Geography: Nu Zeta Nu . . . Mather Press Board . . . Stunt Night , l , dislikes soft-boiled eggs . . . always looks forward to Stunt Night , , ' often plays bridge at Haydn , , . "Iiminy Crickets" . . . no speci,-,1 ambition. RUTHE ORB Albion Pennsylvania English: President of A. A .... Student Gov . . . afraid of dean calls very much interested in husband Bib . . . plans to teach phys ed until he finishes college. LOVIN A PARMENTER-Burbank Dramatic Arts: Transfer from Mus- kingum College . . . Glee Club and Choir . . . Radio Workshop . . - always plays little boys in produc- tions at Eldred . . . likes DebussY'5 "Claire de Lune" . . . plans to Qet an M. A. and a Ph. D. and then direct. MARGARET PATERSON-Ment0f I1Omicsp Phi 1 E I E h fi c Tl D Bl of fu EX E11 P14 ca Sci dn chi His Ir.- yer tore exp blo. to ' It :lQyelqnd 'f10miCs. . Phi Il ' ' ' New. ulnn Ch 99:1 lash, ml' Slevelund ' Mtlther Nighg - 1 I . . . qlwuys Night l I . :laydn I I no Special :mia l.A..,, t dean calls n husband iys ed until -Burbank from MUS' 9 Club Gnd shop - - ' in pIOdUC' Debussy? lans to 95' and then I'ZMel1l0f LA VELLE PELTON-Shaker Heights English: Press Board prexy . , , Record, Trib. Poly . . . Y-Dub . . . Radio Club . . . keeps scrapbook of her life and loves . . . grows long fingernails on little finger . . . loves cheeseburgers with ketchup . . . "Velle, that's all" . . . wants to do radio work. ESTHER PERILSTEIN-Orville Dramatic Arts: Rho Delta Chi . . . Band and orchestra . . . Glee Club . . . University Players . . . sorority officer . . . plays the piano beauti- fully . . . plans to teach dramatics. EVELYN MARIE PETERS-Cleveland English: Radio Club . . . University Players . . . Stunt Night . . . hates cats and jive . . . assistant Girl Scout leader . . . plans on teaching dramatics or going into professional chem lab. IECQUELINE PHILLIPS Cleveland Heights History: Gamma Delta Tau . . . Ir.-Sr. Prom chaiman . . . Record . . . A. A. and Stunt Night, four years . . . is carrying a six-year torch for a certain Phi Psi . . . hates explaining why her blonde hair gets blonder in the summer . . . Wants to teach high school social studies. IOANNAH POSTANCE-Galion f.r.v f 'il' W. 4, .9 W, Q' 1. A ,V "7 , ff .ff I' l-,L fy., -f, 5, f ' VA-r gl sy, I as f f: -- . 'Vik ., . ,.:. - 4 3 325:-V r I V ,.,. 2 11.1. 55:5 I, A, 3 4- .sf .91 ' L ,Nix , ls 4 IOAN MARIE POTTS-Cleveland Home Economics: Home Ec. Club senior representative . . . Newman Club . . . hates history . . . wants to be a hospital dietician. DORIS RAMEY-Cleveland Psychology: Alpha Kappa Alpha . . . Stunt Night . . . Big Sister . . . decorates house for a hobby . . . wants to go into psychiatric social work. EMMA REBOLY-Cleveland English: A budding artist . . . paints . . . hobby is fancy skating. HELEN REDMOND BiolOQYI Pinky . . . Stunt Night . . . Pledged Sigma Psi . . . loves to waste time . . . hates commuting to school . . . is getting a job in a chem lab. DOROTHY ELOISE RENTSCH Sandusky Spanish: Gamma Delta Tau . . . Stunt Night choruses . . . president of Smith House . . . University band and orchestra . . . Spanish Club officer . . . Present Day Club . . . hobbies are knitting and bowling. 41 NANCY RICE Mount Lebanon. PennsYlVGniG Sociology: Sigma Psi . . .Soupy . - - Y-Dub cabinet . . . Radio Club . . . ciee Club . . . May DGY Skit - - - loves dancing. Skim!! - ' ' likes to annoy people at the Plano ' ' ' would like to hit the "wild blue yonder" as a stewardess. ALICE BREHM RIGGLES West Memphis. Arkansas Geology: Sigma Psi . . . A. A- Honor Key . . . skating manager . . . apartment hunting her bug bear . . .crazy about Lou . . . southern belle with honey accent. BARBARA ROSCOA Cleveland Heights Chemistry: Sigma Omega . . . Uni- versity orchestra . . . Mu Phi Epsi- lon . . . A. A .... plays 'cello and piano . , . hates beer . . . plans to work in chem lab but amibition is to get married. IOANN ROYON-Cleveland History: Transfer from Ohio Wes- leyan . . . believes in drowning her sorrows at Moe's . . . hates the required speech course . . . wants to be a lab technician. DOROTHY SABALIS Fairview Village Sociology and Psychologyg Stunt Night . . . Reserve Trib , , , Choir and Glee Club . , . . . wants to find some erso Wcrkv P nnel . bridge fiend 42 BETTY sA1Tos-cleveland English: Theta Phi Omega . . . Press Board . . . Reserve Trib , , , May Day committee . . . Poly . . . Inter- sorority Council , . . English Majors' Club . . . likes sleeping and dancing MARILYN GOLDRING SARBIN Cleveland Heights English and Dramatic Arts: Univey. sity players and Radio Club , , , loves the theatre and her husband . . . expects to teach English and drama . . . after graduation will join Hersh who's stationed in Vir- ginia. IEAN SAUER-Cleveland Graduated in February, 1947. LOIS SAVITT-Cleveland Heights Sociology: Sigma Kappa Sigma . . . Transfer from Ohio State University . . . Big Sister . . . hobby is Bob . . . planning to marry and teach. LEONA GLEN SCHAFER Cleveland Heights Chemistry: Sigma Omega . . . Uni versity Choir . . . Radio Club . - - MUY DOY . . . Vice Pres. of MUST cian's Club . . . likes pe0Pl9 ' ' ' interested in movie phot0gIC1PhY ' ' ' plans air castles . . . iS Pfeparlng lor graduate work and teaCl'liU9 Chemistry. velqnd 3 . . , Press . g ' MQY I ' ' Inter. wh MUl0rs' ld dqncing SARBIN ,S :Sf Univey. Club , ' H V l1l1SlDand t9liSh cmd ation will fd in Vit. land 947. Heights gmc . - 1 niversity r is Bob teach, ER Uni' ub r if Musk le t ' :HY ' ' ' apariflq aching BETTY SCHOFER-Cleveland ROWENA SCOTT-Shaker Heights Biology and Art: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . "Roe" . . . Choir . . . Glee Club . . . lnterdorm Board . . . Vice pres cmd Pres. of Williamson . . . A. A. . . . keeps a "Warnie Lahr Scrap- book" . . . loves football . . . wants to get married when she graduates. CONSTANCE SERIO-Cleveland EILEEN SHERON Cleveland Heights RUTH PIOT SINDELAR-Cleveland English: Stunt Night . . . English Major's Club . . . likes to entertain friends at hers and husband's apart- mnet . . . wants to teach. ARDYCE SORENSEN Cleveland Heights History, Home Economics: Transfer from Cleveland Colleg senior year . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron president . . . Home Ec. Club . . . aim is work in public health nutrition. MAE SORIANO -Niles French: Collects phonograph records, classical and popular . . . and good books. ELIZABETH SPONSELLER Cleveland MILDRED STRODE-Cleveland Political Science, English: Alpha Kappa Alpha . . . University Choir . . . English Majors' Club . . . Dance Club . . . Stunt Night . . . one of Haydn's bridge players . . . basket- ball player. ADELE SULLIVAN-Youngstown Sociology, History: Gamma Delta Tau . . . I. S. C. treasurer . . . May Day . . . Soc. Club . . . Newman Club . . . dislikes academic side oi education . . . noted for humor . . . likes to work hard on a term paper then relax at Moes or Commodore. IANE SUTPHIN-Cleveland Heights Dramatic Arts: Delta UPSHOU ' ' ' Haydn House Committee tour Years , , . boasts the largest collection of dean calls on campus - ' ' G good entertainer. WINIFRED SUTTER-East cleveland History: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Nean . . . transfer lrom Allegheny College , , Stunt Night, IULIET THOMAS-Cleveland MARIANNE THUMM,-Cleveland Education: Theta Phi Omega . . El. Ed. Club . . . Newman Club . . . Sorority oiiicer . . . hates to get up in the morning . . . trying to learn to play the piano . . . plans to teach in a kinderbarten. PATRICIA TOLL-Shaker Heights English: Theta Phi Omega . , , Pyesi. dent of the Thetas . . . Unversity choir . . . writes for the SUNDIAL . . . English Majors' Club . . . Presi- dent of Soci Club , , . photogra h tor hobby. p Y 44 A "A fii S 1 4 Q 4 . 4 N ,, nu ,f , '29 4 ,wif gf., ,W 4' A .f A 1 2 R Z Gm--,Y-7 FRANCES VACTOR Cleveland Heights ELSIE VARGO-Cleveland Home Economics: Theta Lamda Phi . . . President od Theta Lamda Phi . . . Home Ec. Club . , . food com- mittee for MHay Day . . . a whiz at calories and vitamins . . . wants to go into dietetics. KAY WAGNER-Warren Concentrated Science: Phi Kappa Zeta . . . President oi the Phi Kaps . . . chainnan of Chapel Board . . . song director of class three years . . . Parnassus . . . Poly advertising manager . . . likes to cut up cadavers . . . plans to work in medicine the a quackl. MARGERY WARNOCK-Akron Home Economics: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Transfer from University Of Akron . . . Y-Dub . . . Phi UpSi10I1 Cmicron . . Home Ec. Club . . - cute, petite, brown-eyed . . . likes "Spel1bound Concerto", her qYU1 classes, wrestling matches . . . wants to be a dietitian. DOROTHY WEINGART Cleveland Heights Psychology: Sigma Kappa Sigma ....A.A .... ISC...RecOrd . . . Trib . . . likes reading. ridinqf roaming over the U. S .... WCIMS to work in juvenile or criminal COUNS- DR llg 'elund .Hindu .Gmdq food Com. . q Whiz ' ' WUIIIS Il'l'6Il ai Kappa Phi Kaps loard . . , ree years dvertisinq I cadavers iicine 039 -Akron 1 Upsilon ,ersity of 1 Upsilon ,lub , , likes ter 'Wm . . wwf IT I sigma Becflfd l fidillq' . y1f5 10 Iliovfts' MARGARET WENDT I' Cleveland Heights Home Economics: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Peggy . . . vice president ot "Greeks" . . . Student Gov. . . . Mather directory co-editor . . . A. A. I. S. C .... "Where's Boughton?" . . . likes painting. Cx certain medical student, pe-ja parties at Haydn . . . wants to go into interior decoration. 5' ff ' NAOMI WOLLINSKY Cleveland Heights Business Administration: Nu Zeta Nu . . . President oi Nu Zeta Nu . . . University band . . . Soci. Club treasurer. Y, GLADYS WOOD-Cleveland Sociology: Record reporter . . . Soci. Club . . . A. A. vice president . . . Outing Board . . . Stunt Night . . May Day. ,, qty .4 3 . .2 xiii' ,Q . X 25, R MARIORIE WHITE Chicago, Illinois English: Delta Phi Upsilon . . . Transfer from Louisiana State Uni- versity . . . English Club . . . Stunt Night . . . Red Cat Dance Queen . . . tall. beautiful . . . likes any kind of food especially "bammus alabammus' '... future undecided. Mary Ann Yanover University Heights Psychology: Transfer from University ol Wisconsin and Ohio State . . . likes everything . . . paints . . . plays the piano . . . wants to get a master's in psych. RITA ZEHNDER-Cleveland SENIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED ELLENIEAN BECKMAN GEATAUDE KLEIN JANE BRYAN ANITA KUNDE ELIZABETH COLEBROOK El-IZABETH MP-CHWP-RT CLARIE EEEDERICSON IOSHPHINE MEHIAM EVELYN FRCHMBERG MAHIORIE MILLER NAOMI GARBER SONIA GELFAND GENEVA GEORGE FRANCES GORDON RUTH GREEN PRISCILLA GREENE MILDRED HAWKINS MARY HORVATI-I EVELYN MILLER ANNE MARIE MOLNAR ALICE SMID MIRIAM SPERO SHIRLEY VRANDERIC BARBARA WELSCH MARIE WORTH RITA ZICHACEK 45 '7fze .X . .14 ,I 4 . :. 1 I Q. 1-.13 .1x,Z,.,' ' , , . .. .V Y-M, ,. Mhtun'-F.,. M ,. .. - ,. Y --,vm-.- .. ......,, - - ,., -. IUNIOBS Keeping in time with the changes in the world and in college life in particular the class of '48 has capably expanded both aesthetically and socially. Throughout the busy year the Juniors have found much to be done and many activities in which to participate. Many of them worked on the Record and the yearbook, Y-Dub and A. A. The year began with a class get-together at May Squire Vallevue Farm- to which dates were invited. After this merry time they pre- pared to entertain their little sisters at the Big- Little Sister Party. Stunt Night soon loomed into sight and the Iuniors worked enthusiasti- cally and cooperatively to produce their version of the enchanting tale of Cinderella. May found the members of this class who were nearing the end of their third year in college, dressed in their best enjoying the Iunior-Senior Prom. Climaxing this eventful year was the Iuniors' presentation of a skit for May Day. CLASS OFFICERS Ruth Bddger ' Pat Miner Ellen Boyer Edith Fischer 48 4 Ruth Macyauskas Helen Cavanauqh Ioan Beargie Mary lane Rose Ruth McMaster Virginia Loeb Pat Staley Anne Wright Dawn Neber Marilyn Hartman Sue Conyne Ellie Swain Margaret Evans Ermie Thoreson Mitsuko Ochi Ruth Yoshino 50 Edith Fischer Fran Boxleitner Kathy Roeqe Betty Brown Pearl Dietsch Norma Machacek Alberta Carmichael Blanche Kolin Marian Vlasak Muriel Cox Gwynne Keefe Claudla Beardslee Mary Helen Hawke fs-5: V :J-7-SIP' M Rosalie List Lois Colvin Rosemary Steigerwold Carol Sutphin JQQQYE LQ 1 iw 1. l. Georgic Volek Bqus 52 Mildred Iuntoff Mary Lou 149115 2 I 2 1 G? if sp 5 Z Z Milo Athi Lois E Doris Betty D1 Sorlvo Mildred Erhcrrd Athlene O'Donne11 Lois Swanson Doris Roberts 53 Connie Ccrrrnen Iudy Feliciono Normo leon Wright Virgmla SIITIPSOU Dorothy Smiih K Q1 '33- Wk leannette Tibbets Rita Boszkowicz Maman Rehor 54 Alberta Lantz lean Liebesman Phyllis Hopki1lS Tauet Cisar Helen Wald l WZW 2 - 54 ,m,L X ,, , r iff 'jr-:fl - 1'-Gm fi: . ' ,U-12: qu , ,M f, .t X, ' Sarah Stephens Pat Miner Betty Tarr Lee Ann Staman Gloria Tawn Marguerite Stewart Phyllis Heed lean Grierson 6 . ane Adams Mal Mathews Beverly AVIS Marilyn Andrews Sehna G1obuS lane Sidwell 3 i Q i I F 1 i Vivienne Collier 'a6'ii at K ,wiki wvV M4 , 'ww wmvlllnllozi Ioan K11ne Shirley Schwartzber Sue Seith g Marge Cruise Nadine Hanson KP? 7 Q. 2, ,NS Mx"'N""N-nu Mary Schich Chloe Taft Edith Geden lane Groff Mignon Farkas Jeannette Hall Helen Schrelber Carol Belding Dorothy Swank Mary Lou Daniels Ruth Schoner 57 Barbara Searer Gloria Heller Phyllis Smith Ioyce Tullock Helen Demby Sara Thompson 58 Hung Ping Wong Virginia Leveille Charleen Kring Ruth Badger Dale Driehorst SN' We x X X S Xxx Bertha Cahn Ins Srmth Sarah Saplr Betsy Barton Ruth Lee Iacobs Natlee Haas Shlrl y All n Marty Mariner Sue Danielson Betty Quinton Phyhss Schott I I 4 k ii: Beverly Lobb Erika Radfke 1 Pat Sarvella ii Q I E n Lois Savitt Dorothy Katz Marilyn Yarus Ruth B. Jacobs QW? Mary Lou Busch Agnes Kopi Audrey Kotten HR SA W Q' . ,f e we fl " , 5 'ar J Q ,st f Q ac' , .ai t ty BA 5, NM Q, law M' gg ' .23 af' tl-9.1. V, V-"::,,,,, :.',..v.M.v, ..-, l-W... I are as Ioan Sutherland Shirley Fleming Marilyn Watkins Ellen Boyer Thelma Sosahr Frances Nichols Audrey Holfstetter Ioan Luttrell Orr Betty Bailey Ross Af at. y . loan MacLellan Doris Govan Mary Ellen Curran X1 9 X M aww Fft 4 Ju, , DW SOPHOMORES Meet the forty-niners! This SPUHkY Class is HOW in its Second Year and h alreadY the gals have Proven that il'19Y have the Same pep and pus ' remin' iscent of the '49ers of old. In October they introduced the Freshman to the rest of the school as Lena the Hyena-and all because the "green.horns" overlooked a flower pot in Haydn. They tried, hower, to make amends with a box supper climax- ing Hazing Day. Again the two baby classes were closely associated at the Frosh-Soph Hop in March, for on this gala affair they both worked and played together. And when the many new Freshman faces blew into Mather with the wintery weather of February, the forty-niners tried to make them feel right at home, by starting their college career with a welcome party. In both Stunt Night, and May Day, these girls really worked hard. The Scrooge of 1946 came to life in their Stunt, "What the Dickens", and all of Mather came to life for May Day, of which the Sophs were chairmen. The year of '47 was climaxed for the forty-niners by the Spring sorority rushing, and finally by the newly-established traditional Sohpomore- Senior Party. With partial regret they left their happy Sophomore days, and went just one step farther into the glorious realm of Iuniorism. Nurs OFFICERS: l-OG11. Allison MUYY LOU loshua MQYY F. Lewis PU! Quay L. Wilkins Y. Herot V. Hatch I. Iohnston I. Batteiger L. Gersin B. Helsel M. Diederich L. Bratovich H. Reich S. B R D Martin Seaton . Goodwin F. Lewis Troxell Rutherford Schwartz Huber Turnock 65 C55 SOQ 0 X1- I. Borchers C. McIVIi1len R. Wasserman W. Hall C. Ste-itz P. Parsons L. Silbeiger S. Heqberg P.Qucy E. Suurwein B. Stevens, I.LuPone I. Allison Ioshuq Q- Q0 dx Ox Q x' .99 Q lv A+ YD ' S0 ,-,W J' ,, ml as IE.. fl 54, ,rg Par Q 'n f .r 'AF Q F Tfnilf- A - Y . ' , rv 'Q ,gy 50 Stix:- Q . iw " E. Iacobs E. Post H. Hart E. Bauer R. Fuller E. Myers P. Iack V. Iefirey A. Newman L. Zimmerman H. LaViolette I. Alberty - If L- Marks A- Mastro R- Sherrer N. Kurfe-ss P. Thomas K- Mflfks I. Gerfen A- Bflrllow KePPle ' enton M- Mclndoe 496 9 'xii-dbexoofkxd Q,-Cvxxxco wh- ' -P YXO X- X? Q90 45 Q. ,' .-.ff 68 - M J: F i rt -rf Nw- J' . Sum XXQJVFV N H 'fm K Y,.- '-S-QU. -- W - X5 We - -Q ' 9-90 06630 R iwwf ? f mayo. vox 0 5 ,ff .XQC O60 A J Q12 ef 04.90 me., ' GO --L. my 'Q-1,5 E ..-4.1-.- . 112.15 'irq Q,-cf , 13- SN 3 3? SEN me rw, WWA HWS? rfb' ? 1525: 5 '45 'E-f b - .-..v:,:w:v. ,X W., - ,..,, A Q -gfgffkf .31 V , 1 ,.., -limi?-if-kg, ., ,. 'Bw v ,dv- V..-Q JABEEM W 1 J P E :T -3g , 'R - . 24: . . A i ! ' L w Y 31 L E J I I- ,V V K , .Qi ,. 1, - ' f:.v.2.k- S. Nenner B. Roads E. Pocock lVl. Crandall H. Fitzgerald N. Lee M. Newman A. Klausner I. Yerger M. Lichtenberg FRESHMEN Spirit, spunk, and sportsmanship describe well the class of l95O. Already they have shOWI1 the upper classmen that they are not to be overlooked, and have stepped right into the SpOi1i9hl bY their outstanding participation in school affairs. Though they were not quite successful in finding the flag, their production for Stunt Night-- "Trial By Jury"-proved to be one of the best Fresh s man stunts ever presented. Class elections in Oct b o er gave the chairmanshi f first six week p o their class to Anne Hermberg for the s. Taking up the gavel in November was Ch' ' Q Singiser Hammister. ristinc Fears, followed by PSQQY Writing research themes and filling blue books grew to be as simple a matter of "doin, what comes naturally" as attending the Freshman-Sophomore Hop, and joining in the MCIY Day GCl1V1t1eS- Before 10119 lune rolled along, and with the completion of finals, they found, to then amazement, that one year of college had come to an end. One down . . . three to go . - - ler S rk .Clall frald HCII1 I. Hitchcock A. Haich E. Scott M. Kann F. Colabrese M. Holben T. Roberto I. O'Hara M. Fisher s. Rickgn H. Fitzgerald L. Marz R. Gerbino P. Eiber l. Van Ost L. Hudal-L L. Chatterton 73 L. Krizman D. D1 Vincenzo I. Van Ost B. Evans D. Feingold M. Stone H. Pierce V. Gaffney B. Kramer M. Tack P. Moran I. Goldmcrn G. McRae S. Kcltz -M. Gcxlcihc E. Newman G. Conners l. Lowe L. Pfeffer P. Dietz L. Bergidcx S. Green S. Arvay D. Hill E. Drouillurd S. Griffin l. Walker L. Textoris L. Thomas S. Bemis P. Portman H. Watsky B. Reisberg B. Sandrock T. Greenlee M. Sanders B. Davis B. Cliiton R. De Heck S. Hildebrand I. Nealing rffriaw H sub M. Crea D. Zaparzony N. Liebow H. Carver T Qie vart E Riethoi M Church P Zinn Fox Evans I Pryor Ortli I Sayers M Banyar I Neidecker Ahrens Boice Farrato Magri Messinqer E. Clark I. Goldsmith I. Eiclelsberg B. Rich D. Durcmt C. Below P. Smith C. Iohnsori C. Rcxilecznu E. Misscll G. McRae A. Hermberg A. Dugo I. Roecker P. Trump M. Kowalski M. McGuire E. Iohnson C. Gulker M. Friend B. Yeich L. Pitnoff D, Smeltzer I. Meqgitt V. Stief M. Soul M. Collin M. Burton I. Curl B. Price Y. Terhune P. Schaum M. Hanna C. Burkhart M. Vogel C. Richardson W. Weiblen M. Shaier I McKee-hen C Eberson D Mrller I Aldredqe C. Simon D. McCarthy D. McFarland V, Opatrny S. I. Rayl V. Brockelsby H, Levere B. Danielson H. Perkins 77 H. Schwarz E. Glaser D. Glatt B. Kramer M. Tait S. Brown L. Minarik H. Kovach D. Dragan F. Condon I. Nutting N. Boehm D. Klug E. Fink P. Weise D. Wade L. Wiese D. Eimicke I. Mannon P. Spindler I. Koepier L. Buchanan P. Liss M. Dix 3 I, Iefirevs E. Halls R. Klein D. Gibson L. Calabrese A. Kinoshita I. Nist I. Robertson R. Wyatt N. Carnohan M. Holt E. Schnur B. Benson L. Haase D. Avery G. Birkline V. DePaul I. Holland R. White M. E. Frye 5 3 ' Q. ,. . . V jx ,Y M 'M - v I" ' 4 'Vg 'V 'L 'A muh" " ' """ " ' ' "" "' " "J -' - --fv-lf' T321--1 .Q ar , g ' fag ' - ' ' .,,, , , . . ,. ,I 1' ff. 3 Q. 1' , ji , -wal Q V ' xx.: If 2. ' , -f -,325 . ' Y ' ff? .. , . . , H. ' .fu ,, ' , A f 1 ,W , .Fin- 4 Traditions form a large part of what the life in any college means and in Mather College the traditions, colorful and unique, complete the memories of four college years, and bind together the almost sixty years since the College for Women be- gan. They bring tothe college a sense of permanence and let the girls look forward each year to the renewing of good times which follow an old form yet hold the individuality of the year, and a spirit of vitality. Every year comes Stunt Night at Christmas time, the songs, the excitement, the champagne at the dance, the snow, the scrambled eggs and coffee, the happy tired feeling. Every year comes May Day in the Spring, the senior queen, the new spring green trees, the crowds, the sing-out, the evening chapel. Every year come the dances, the intramural baseball and basket- ball games, the caroling, the week-ends at the Pink Pig. And in Iune comes Step Night with its singing and ceremony. There are many, many traditions all year long, traditions that give Mather its peculiar character, traditions that will long live in the heart of every student and keep close to her the spirit of the college. 3 - fX41 as Qi M ' 1 fan 3 ,A ...... ., ..... .... l '55 hh the ,s - x fe L ug Y Y' , A A y '4., A Ci s rf 30? F f M . Y .X Za M if fe.. I Hgiwhk , 4 v--Q , 58 "Sf -i...,, V X , 'gp J ! f . ww xnx 560525 ,rp , ,V ,-Eli Q v w ' . - .I ' ' ': ' . 3 fy r' 7 ,, .uf , de'-. S -. is ,gf -si, :X . ,-.., . QQ.,- A Q A , 1 'fj h?i,fQ"fh 1, wr- . U 5 -, r , 55. gf A I . S ' - .Xl xx ,.: , I x X . , E XXVYV S? ' . N1 gk s 1 S . Q' Aw , . if -tw .... Fl- IX J x it H . .,f'2w1,L1 L'- f-,Lu-W- ,K , . ,f , ,, , . iq. ,, fu 2 Q Q 3 .-.1--Q ...N 4 z 1 2 Z 4 4 2 1 Z 7 4 v 3 5 9 ? 3 5 2 3 5 3 5 5 Q 2 E Z 2 5 S .Wm I ' M ' M ri! 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'::3.,,., g "4g1."X:-,I MN .. L1 .r ,Q V. W3 ai U E 3,11 w -4 Jvxf. RL' 1- ibm 4 'B 2' -vf Y Q wg X, f S. . , Y , N 'nf 'S .T . H ' 1, -X :jfrfff ' 25 5 'sz .. .. 'iff In ,,:- V. 5 -F, . 1 - m 1 1-. .. ,.'hi,1' .pg A, n ' 37" ,. ', ,Mfr X ff? .75 45-1 ' .1s'f!i. 2, .,,,,.,5v 4' . 7.1. I , ,, ii, ,Q . mv-.f - -.4 Av -l ,, ,, ,. ., ..,,, . ..,YWMZ,.l,Q,, .WV ,. ' YT. Waugh! 'f,'.'V sb 6 , 4:6- ff, 1 ff 'V A ff-" .wf - ww , ' wi --fff' f f " ' ,L a. q . ,LI'7 k m my xx N -ww -wk fx? N Q1- lf Syn Q l A -I 4-EQ? STUNT NIGHT One of the oldest cmd most cherished traditions and really the biggest all-school event of the year at Mather is Stunt Night, the night before Christmas vacation. Everyone participates, everyone grows gray over the chances of her class for the cup. Every- one works frantically for two months before the final day. Paint and nails, cheese cloth and thread, scripts and shouts, note-s and lyrics fly around the campus until it is too late for any more preparation, it is time for the all important presentation. With twenty short minutes on stage, each stunt is over, and after all four are finished, there is excited wait- ing for the decision of the judges which finally comes out along with an explosion of screams and claps from the winners. The champagne and the cup at the dance keep the shouts going, until the gaiety quiets a little at the breakfast in Haydn where everyone becomes a bit sane again and part of the wear and tear of the Whole affair comes out in tired smiles and aching feet. But wear and tear though it may be, Stunt Night identifies Mather to all its students and means to them a cooperative effort of the whole school to produce a project worthy of long memory. 94 f. .WW ,..,...v.,. M 1,4 ...,.-M" 49" xwvwgw Y cm 7 if 48 ,,, Wwe KM 51 .7 'r 'z 'r ,gn f , gf fm 1 'N- X2 M, ,-..A . 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A 'F 1 14 4:4 1 44,,Qg,4gQ.Q E '4 g,.4L,44.,g4gg,Qg,g.gg,2..-,,g. -' ' Activities at They are the mainspring 0 Mather life. It is participation in the activities of the school that f Mather spirit and the foundation of make of the student an individual who is reaching out to give to the world some service and who is getting in return an invalu- able broadening through contact with other students and with new experiences and accomplishments. In addition to this broad- ening effect on each girl, activities produce an enrichment of the school as a whole as they bring together and build onto Mather College. These values of activities to self and to school are apparent in every organization on campus. ln Student Government, in ln- terdorm Board, in Honor Board, in lntersorority Council girls de- velop their executive abilities, their qualities of leadership, and keep order and harmony in campus events. By working on The Record, The Trib, the Sundial, or the Poly, or joining in the dis- cussions of Parnassus, they can give vent to their creative urges and reproduce their thoughts in words. ln the professional so- cieties, the El-Ed Club, the Home Ec Club, the Sociology Club, the Radio Club, the University Players, they develop further their knowledge and understanding of their chosen fields, and re- ceive valuable advice and information. ln the Bed Cross, and Y-Dub, they work to make Mather a part of their parent chari- table OTqUT1iZCI'fiOI1S by taking on smaller and Worthy projects. They are enabled to give of themselves to others and to the school and to take in from the outside experience qnd know-1- 999- This growth of school and individual through experience and friendship is The tWOfOld purpose which activities serve. Mather are the vitalizing force of the campus. l how is 1 of the co1 are l Vi: E V' V fx tvffflk 4 x STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Student Government Association at Mather is an organization rep- resented by each class and by every major organization on campus. Its job is to oversee school activities and carry on functions of its own in such a way as to make events and movements at Mather truly indicative of the wish and spirit of the school as a whole. President - Mary lane Llewellyn Vice President - Virginia Cole Secretary - Eleanor Swain Treasurer - Buth Badger wr cttw INTEBDOBM Interdorm Board, composed of all the l house presidents and its own officers, is the group on campus that takes care of dormitory functions and rules. To the board come all the problems that concern the dorms, and at its meetings l are judged violation of dorm codes. President - Barbara Curry Vice President - Alberta Lantz Secretary-Treasurer - Ioan Allison 107 Ns..- RECORD The Mather RECORD is Mather's own newspaper, apart from the university. Every class works on the paper and it is in the RECORD that we find new s, information, and snatches of tales that especially concern our college. CO-EDITORS Ruth McMaster Emrie Thorensen EDITORIAL BOARD Margaret Barry Agnes Kopf Gwynne Keefe 5 Doris Govan Gladys Wood Virginia Anderson Sally Rutherford Sara Thompson BUSINESS MANAGER lean Liebesrnan ADVERTISING MANAGERS Betty Bailey Ross Mary Louise Kepple CIRCULATION MANAGER Mildred Erhard 108 i I 1 I I 4 Y 2 F 5 I I E i 1, I 5 STAFF Virginia Anderson Patricia Wuliger Lynn Poffenberger Anriett Francis Arlene Asher Karson Ann Patin TRIBUNE THE SUN DIAL The SUN DIAL, our literary magazine, is published semi- annually by an upperclassman stait. In it are found all types ot Writing, poetry, plays, es- says, and stories of the highest college quality. Anyone may contribute her writing, for the SUN DIAL represents the liter- ary creative work of Mather students. CO-EDIT ORS Doris Alburn Gene Mennell Mather has its representatives on the TRIB, which is the voice of the university. These representatives bring all important news and gossip about our campus to the eyes of the other half in their share of the TRIB articles. is 'lf CHAPEL BOARD Chapel Board, made up of represen- tatives irom every class, and headed by a senior chairman, is the organiza- tion which plans our three-times-a-Wee k chapel programs and takes care of all chapel business. Chairman - Kay Wagner Iunior Class - Ellen Boyer Sophomore Class - Louise Wilkins Freshman Class - Nancy Beutell Business Manager - Ann Patin LUX Lux honorary society, the dream of every Mather girl, recognizes every spring in Out. standing juniors qualities of leadership and character, and gives through membership q reward for service and hard work. President - Barbara Metzler Vice President - Ethel Nosker Secretary-Treasurer - Winifred Johnson Calendar Representative - Margaret Ehrenteld the girl, l Olli- S of and lp a hard Y-DUB The YWCA, to which every Mather girl belongs, and which is steered by the efficient cabinet, is one of those organizations that does good here and there all year long in the traditional Y-Dub coffees, student directory and stationery, and charity drives. President - Pat Griffin Vice President - Louise Day Treasurer - Ioan Sutherland Secretary - Barbara Stevens ,,, W.. V 112723 mfwwwmg , ,fm ,rrWff5f"'t2r1i? LZWQWW W " 1 , , M.. .,,.,, f if E,.yf1,ff l1!fMW , ,, 1' ,Ki rf , -, ., ,4.w..Wwff A. A. BCDARD A. A. board is the guiding hand of the Athletic Association of which every 'Kill student is a member. It sponsors sev- eral major events on campus, the Yale- Harvard game, the barn dance, the Gymkhana, and gives everyone fm opportunity to let go and relax in A, AL spons President - Ruth Orr Vice Presidents - Gladys Wood Winiired Iohnson Secretary - Ann Patin Treasurer Betty Bailey R055 OUTING BOARD The outing Board rules over the Pig. They manage , plan, and organiw farm week-ends, and keep the Pig sup- plied and shining for use by Mather girls, while they, themselves, enjoy the outdoor, country lite of Mather's home in the country. President - Bette Daneman Vice President - Eleanor SWCI111 Secretary - Barbara Stevens Treasurer - Ruth Macyauskas Ind of every 'S SEV- 1 Yule- e, the 1e an A. A., SS e Pig., qctnize g sup- Iorther Dy the home vain IIS GLEE CLUB The Glee Club, led by Mr. Gee, meets twice a we ek and favors the whole c a m p u s W i th Q Christmas vespeys service, periodical concerts, and chapel singing. - President - Helen Schreiber Secretary - Rae Sherrer Librarian - Phyllis Hopkins The Musicians Club gives those girls who are majoring 1n Or inlefesled 1n music an opportunity to hear perform and discuss music, and Presents LUB Zlllb, led ff meets 9 k Gnd W h O l e Iv i th Q e s p er ' S eriodical 1 chapel Ielbef errer Jpkins d ts President - Marilyn Albrecht Vice President - Margaret Ehrenfeld Secretary - Ethel Nosker Treasurer - Dele Sullivan ll5 PARNASSUS This group of girls keeps up on the old and the new of the world's good literature by meeting once a month to discuss individual read- ings and hear appropriate selec- tions from works of interest to all. President - Doris Alburn Vice President - Anne Allen Secretary-Treasurer - Mary Helen Hawke Social Chairman - Ieanne La Porte Program Chairman - Ioan Sutherland INTERSOROPLITY COUNCIL The lntersorority Council, composed of sorority presidents and represen- tatives brings together all the sororities on campus, mCIk9S unifom SOTOTHY rules and privileges, and plans inter-sorority functions. . 11 Q' r 4 rf M fy . - V ,. Sai Q2 ' Q jg ' Q4 we ' 4S"l-315 -ti, 0, lug. :kg N . go. X -mf HOME EC CLUB The Home Ec Club, composed of home ec majors, standing of the domestic problems of the world. lts functions are designed to further the girls' knowledge nomics by discussions, dinners, and fashion shows. President - Dot Kenig Vice President - Margaret Dwyer , Secretary - Phyllis Reed, Corresponding Secretary - Ruth Mason Treasurer - Martha Mariner Historian - Ieqn C1059 ,.!' if a , t ,t, 116 Outstanding ability, effort, and achievement in field meets to give the girls a larger and broader under- of both the artistic and nutritional end of home eco- PHI UPsrLoN OMICRON of home economics brings reward in the form ction to this national honorary home economics ternity, Phi UPSHOH Omicron' President - Ardyce Sorenson Vice President - Barbara Metzler Treasurer Phyllis Gross . Recording Secretary - Marge Warnock Corresponding Secretary Bette Brown the fra HONOR BOARD The Honor Board, headed by judiciary chqirmgn Barbara Metzler, presents and enforces the carrying out of lVIather's Honor Code by trying those who have broken the rules. ludiciary Chairman - Barbara Metzler Mary Ann Greenwood Marilyn Albrecht Emrie Thoreson EL ED CLUB The Elementary Education Club qives majors in the education field a chance to discuss mutual problems and educational trends and to derive h the benefits of experience in practice teaching. from one anot er President -- Alfild Edlund Vice President-Ruth Macyauskas UNIVERSITY PLAYERS At Eldred Hall, the home of the Uni- versity Players, Mather girls hqve an opportunity to study and gqjn exper- ience in every phase of the Theatre from straight acting and plqywrifdng to stagecrait and lighting technique, 39 President - Carol Hallock Vice President - Karl Mackey Recording Secretary - Shirley Thayer Corresponding Secretary - lean Fick Treasurer-Esther Perlstein 1 Y Scenes from "The Cry of Laughter" l ggswnllll' K fiftg, U ' i fixed ' ' UNIVERSITY CHOIR The Universtiy Choir with a membership of over 100 this year is one of the largest campus organizations. Under the direction of Associate Professor Russell L. Gee, they have appeared on several university programs, and made guest appearances elsewhere in the city. The Choir gave its own concert in Amasa Stone Chapel in Ianuary, and participated in a concert March ll with the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra, held in Severance Hall. President - Arnold Pe-rris Secretary-Treasurer -- William Martin Executive Committee - Barbara Hatch Virginia Stief Richard Cartmell William Stewart . s q I A I, , ' r ' V, . ,z hrtzzff , . 59-vgM',1.gy ' ' 4 V' -, X N - , x ' rf-4:-W' ' f ff-air' -1-Jw: ' 4 79 N. 3 Q Y RADIO CLUB The Radio Club makes use ot WFSM to ' X practice and study radio speaking and acting techniques by doing shows and programs of their own writing, and planning scripts. ll9 The Polychronicon ECWO1' A ee ss W Alberta Lqmz Assistant Editor ,. jean Liebesmqn Business Manager or e aa,.a e pm Miner Literary Editor i Mary Lou Dqniels Assistant Literary Editor- Mary Leu Busch Photography Editor-Mildred Iumoff Advertising Manager - Ruth Badger Assistant Advertising Manager- Ann Putin Circulation Manager-Carolyn Sutphin Copy Editor i rrrrr,rrr,r Arlene BQIHOW Staff - Betty DiSalvo, Ioan MacLe11an, Edith Fischer, Fran Boxleitner, Mary Louise Kepple, Phyllis Trump, Betty Quinton, Marty Everds, Ann Duga, Chialeen Simon, Pat Penton, Mary Lou Ioshua, Marion Mclndoe, Bette Bartlett, Yvonne Terhune. Advisor - Miss Marion Siney 120 u 5 x 'Ol , t '-"z..1"ss, ll i sl 1 ll! NIQUW 2 an anis 'flllllfi up Q00 1 twill' 5 SIU' O S'lQvl'l Y Allxll 'intl' ups ,ff iv , fbaew ifzenyffn ancf aillalilly 'Lam 4720414 incfaafz ancf Gul' . - I E Q . Y r in '- As. . ,WASNQ 3 ff 5? 9' wx H .1 E 3 S fi .Z Q .1 ka 1 S A My M .f V 42, MW- , .. Jfn- 4' A fi X-wwf , , k MM-W, :f.,.,,M, , ,g 2 ffm , izf, CQ rv' 0 . f K L:s,4ff 5 f V, 7 161.44 " M. Jw 48 oy iw? zz: uk ix A XM .Q aw . ,,..x x lf.---4 X, 'x , 1 xxx a - 'f'...:: ,L , .., .--rf-"1-s " ' 'fyacli-rv ,,,'A wfgaf- 12-N1 , ,Y ,, ..-xg .x,,'..f-1. 1 1. . J 4' i ff ' Q. -1, '-qi, .0 ' ' up.- 1 . . x W, Q 0 M Wm, , 1 mb , Q , A..- 'Qu- '03- '5- 1.o 4 1.4L With a record for participation, the Athletic Association played a prominent role on campus this year. AA opened the calendar year by entertaining the Freshman class at the Pink n then launched into a year filled with activities. The an- Pig a d nual Barn Dance which was held at the farm this year provided a grand time for all who attended and was soon followed by the Hock-Key Hockey Game and the cook-out supper which christ- ened the new fireplace. Then with finals close, AA provided re- laxation at the all-star volley ball game in which Adelbert par- ticipated. The spring semester and basketball came in hand-in-hand, with the popular Yale-Harvard Game and Banquet climaxing the basket-ball season. Then vacation and finally the long- awaited spring Weather arrived, and AA members could be found everywhere - playing tennis, ping-pong, baseball, bad- minton, golfing, arching, and hostelling. A spring cook-out and the Gymberia for sophomoresand freshmen completed the year of well-rounded activities, if " :ab 5 1 'Y Q4 gm W wx? 0,1 1 Q ,Y MV., , , ,.. -..- . fy . 6 , ff-- M 1, A , , :um 4 'J :gm ,V 53? ,bf f , fy. was If kw- Q5-16 f Q-'inf 323 'f at 1. 9 gg: xg f ,I ,.A- '- A f ,Iv w.,w"':- K is-rj'f.1 5, C V' .' 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Many an evening, sitting around it's tire, have they been thankiul for the generosity ot Andrew Squire, who gave the farm and its facilities to the college. Were it not for his thoughtiulness, they would have missed some of the best memories of college lite - the long, lazy week-ends, those cold jaunts to the silo at midnight, all night bull-sessions. 1 h'k ' ' ong 1 es to the ruins, and the fun oi cooking and cleaning up. Ot course, the girls always plan to get something done in the wa th ' y o omework, during the week-end, and sincerely intend to rest and relax so they'll be physically tit for the coming scholas- tic week. B t h ' ' u some ow there are songs to sing, and bridge games which just have to be played, or dishes to wash, so that they ar- rive in town more exha t d I us e than when they started out. Yet they ll never be sorry. Alums will always look back on the Pink Pig as one of the best thin b gs a out Mather, and the rest of the college is looking forward to more weekends there. -. . 4. 'ex'- ,NX Q... - - , -.., -Ax-x Ass! . W-."Ka,1-in V ' .fx fs. .MX 'b M Q L. 2 N I 6 4 54 if K .A fi 1' 22 .5 2 Q. Q E 5. 94 fl 3' 3 25 ,- SQ 11 w , I M Ii -1 . 1 z si V Srl' . 1 , 51.7 '- ' .IQEEY PF'-1:"-',:f'..f'5E 2 ' X 1 ' . -' -. ' ., ,lf W-WY! ' 4 vww ... 2 ,pf X, 44 i ff f ' XL,. M44 f rffvwa-qw. . . 1 'Q ,-ix, Y. x 5 12 1- - s si X V. . E xg? xx .X , ,Va- ve . We ' -' . 'L Q sv X 5 gi X N N5 ax 113.3 K- . Q A E3 x s Q S :QQ , W Q if 'K sf " . " fn lgiagiff 5 n w- sfilfx. ,. Q X f ms if ffwv s SQ .. 'QI W? ' ' nw:- ?:jf - .S I ,lf 1 ' .3,QQ i,,kQ ' 3. Q2 4 X 3 Q X Y' 'xr Y 12 sz 1 iv 4-if . 7? .gigs -U.. -N ,.. ,.- ., ...I , E , 5 . , J if 4 ,, . I. x , ' 1 -L.L.w ' kb, ., 3 t nga '9 IWW ..., ., M A c . f A A .fig I x Q W , Kar: -I' 1 NK' mix . IQ' slliex ,wx-. ",,w. -.. f ,. N ... 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T' 1 Q 1 1 k vaffmmv ffm, Awww. ii The only national social sorority on cam- pus, Qmega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha has members at Cleveland College as well as Mather. The whole chapter found time this semester to spend a week-end at the pink Pig, Their officers were: President - Marilyn Murrell Vice President- Margaret Farmer Corresponding Sec'y. - Margaret Evans Pledge Mistress - Mildred Strode ALPHA SIGMA RHO Alpha Sigma Rho climaxed a busy year with an unusual Bush Dinner at the home of one of their alurns. Officers of the year were: President- Mary Ann Greenwood Vice President- Margaret Ehrenfeld Treasurer - Carol Belding Secretary - Dorothy Swank ACTIVES: PLEDGES: Carol Belding Margaret Ehrenfeld Mary Ann Greenwood Dorothy Swank Chloe Tait Margaret Barry Dorothy Correll Lucille Gersin PhYllis Hopkins Betty Quinton 'SPT iv 'M DELTA PHI UPSILON The Greeks, founded in 1896, are one of the oldest sororities on campus. They began the year with a Halloween Carnival. During rushing they held cm unusual party with an entirely "Greek" theme. They closed the year with a spring formal for pledges and actives. Officers of the year were: President - Marilyn Albrecht Vice President - Peggy Wendt Secretary - Doris Alburn Treasurer - lean Boughton ACTIVES: PLEDGES: Marilyn Albrecht Iudy S. Blue Doris Alburn Iean Boughton Ioan Burke Bette Daneman Roselyn Faragher Eileen Gunther Barbara Howes Alice Gates Pat Griffin Agnes Kopi Mary Iane Llewellyn Cathy McLarty Athalene O'Donnel1 Mary Lou Busch Row Scott Carolyn Sutphin lane Sutphin Rosemary Steigerwald Margery Warnock Peggy Wendt Margery Wright Lois Calvin Connie Carman Patricia Cramer Mary Diehl Nancy Evans Ioan Ferreri Iune Harvey Marian Hayes Mary Lou Ioshua Nancy Kurfess Iean Liebesman Katherine Marks Sue Mound Ioan Orr Anne Patin Patricia Penton Irene Pickering Bette Sassen Iune Schiller Rae Sherrer Winifred Sutter Louise Wilkins 4 i 5 l 1 I i 1 A 2 it 5 5 it l i L 3 i GAMMA DELTA TAU The Garns founded their sorority in 1898. ln the Fall they staged a bang-up "Mixer" as the first social event of the fall term. Officers of the year were: ACTIVES: Betty Brown Mary Ellen Curran Iackie Phillips Carol Rode Mulligan Kathleen Roege Marilyn Fisher lean Hornak Mann Doris Govan Merle Kreutz D. I. Luikart Adele Sullivan linny Anderson Dorothy Rentsch Edith Fischer Shirley Flemming Mary Lou Keils President - D. I. Luikhart Vice President- Doris Govan Secretary - Merle Kreutz Treasurer - lean Hornack PLEDGES: Lois Boyer Shirley Crist lune Delsanter Pearl Dietsch Betty DiSa1vo Ruth Dugan Gloria Heller Nonna Machacek Phyllis Sharp Doris Ware x F S Q 5 C -5. 1. 1 N x ,. 3 lu - ...Qu- NU ZETA NU Teas and rushing activities kept the members of Nu Zeta Nu very busy. This soroity was founded on the Mather campus in 1914 Officers of the year were: President - Naomi Wollinsky Vice President - Theodora Cowen Secretary - Arlene Adelrnan Treasurer - Violet Ornstien ACTIVES: PLEDGES: Naomi Wollinsky Theodora Cowen Arlene Adelmcm Violet Ornstien Shirley Gilbert Edith Kronick Shirley Fetterman Constance Barron Ethel Gutterman Audrey Hofstetter Shirley London Bemice Marks Diana Reich Iane Schallheim Ethel Seigel Lillian Silberger Lee Ann Stamen Cyrille Weingarden Lois Yeaqley ss THETA LAMBDA PHI w X' Retuming to campus this year, the "Lambs" have G , it gf pledged nine girls. They started the spring semester 1 'r ' ,Q ga F - , L J, with a very successful cupcake sale. The officers of ' Q ' jk the year were: Elsie Vargo, President. 'S ' x l- ll 'T' 5 'N 5 his I-"' ' - 7 ACTIVES: PLEDGES: , f 2, , l K f 'Q 1' Elsie Vargo QSQQBEZQTOV , A 2 ' ' : ? M M 1 8 K Q if ' S Mggodeczgxs 1 A ,-' x " Jeanne Roush ' ' I Schl bohm -- - ' - , ' T noch Q' Q , ? Q. Pcitcglus stzim X4 my J PHI KAPPA ZETA Founded in 1896, Phi KUPPU Zeta stands as one of the oldest sororities on campus. The Phi Kaps' "Showboat Party" started their whirl of activities which included a spring formal at the Acacia Country Club, and a Mother- Daughter Tea. Officers of the year WSIS! President - Kay WGCJ I191' Vice President - Barbara Curry Secretary - Mary Helen Hawke Treasurer - Eileen O'Harra ACTIVES: PLEDGES: Kay Wagner ' Barbara Curry Mary Helen Hawke Eileen O'Harra Mary Al Gross Virginia Shrefiler Cole Peq Reed Clough Helen Cavanaugh Marjorie Danielsen Winnie Johnson Carol Hallock Annett Francis Louise Day Peg Fulton Ethel Nosker lean Cavanaugh Ann Brown Shirley Hintzelman Marita Mullen Pat Miner Ruth Schoner Alberta Lantz Alvina Wagstaff Ruth Badger Ioan Allison Patricia Barner Barbara Bishop lean Close Mary Lou Daniels Mary Dicke Martha Everds Betty Finch Nancy Goodwin Mary I. Iohnston Marv Louise Kepple leanne La Porte Mary F. Lewis Marian Mclndoe Ruthe Orr Patricia Quay Ellen Saurwein Barbara Searer Barbara Stevens Alyce Troxell Renee Young ACTIVES: Ruth Browrn Naomi Garber Ruth Green Natlee Haas Ruth Iacobs Ioan Kline Rosalie List Virginia Loeb Esther Perilstein Fay Seegel Barbara Wertheim Natalie Zuckerman RHO DELTA CHI A fairly new sorority is Rho Delta Chi which was founded in 1945. The most unusual activity of the year was their Rush Party which featured a crime theme. The year's activities were climaxed with initiation ceremonies in the spring. Officers of the year were: President - Virginia Loeb Vice President - Natalie Zuckerman Secretary - Ruth Brown Treasurer -- Ruth L. Iacobs PLEDGES: Maxine Adelstein Esther Goodman Elaine lacobs Loretta Kirschenbaum Arlene Newman Selma Regberg Helen Reich Beverly Schwartz Marion Solomon Marilyn Suresky Mildred Udelson ll! s,u I I l S 4 ! Q A -.. .1 I l I . It r , 2 , if l 1 5 1 l N I i l l l l Yi? ,J .an Q SIGMA KAPPA SIGMA Sigma Kappa Sigma was established at Mather in 1946 and has become quite active on campus. Officers of the year Were: ACTIVES: Mimi Cohen Lois Fraiberg Muriel Frost Suzanne Frauenthal Frances Gariunkle Ruth Iacobs Alice Haas Lynette Libhaber Laurie Lebit Ruth Miller Lois Savitt Shirley Schwartzberg Dorothy Weingart Lucille Weinstien Selma Globus President - Alice Haas Vice President - Muriel Grost Treasurer - Ruth Iacobs Recording Secretary - Suzanne Frauenthot Corresponding Secretary - Mimi Cohen PLEDGES: Elaine Bauer Bernice Biales Lillian Braun Bertha Cahn Marjorie Diamond Dorothy Katz Naomi Lasky' Lois Margolin Lois Packer Evelyn Simon Bernice Zawitz 1 , iffy ' I , .J- i V ff! in 1 ac' f Q ,I f ' ' ' f H I 5 ,ff W ' fw fl f f i iw 1 W f 4 I , Z f 1 , , 1 5? i gl A Z6 X fl v ' WWW fvgfffgf 'A 3 can Y f 'P I ? ,WIWW 'cf Gif J i , y f 21.775 , 7 9445 2 , ff ,vii , ,f ww ky s ' - mt' 12 ,Y K9 iw ' :gm z , 2, .' an , .., fm , 31 1-Z3 , ,411 Qi, M if , 2, 7"' fxiffif , 'f.L X ..' 4-: .. 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The Sigs officers of the year were: President - Ann Davis Secretary - Georgianna Gilbert Treasurer - Eugenia Cooney Pledge Mistress - Margaret McAfee ACTIVES: PLEDGES: lane Adams Lois Alders Arlene Asher Karson Marjorie Ball Ellen Boyer Alice Brehm Riggle Eugenia Cooney Ann Davis Georgianna Gilbert Marilyn Goddard Nadine Hanson laAnne Iordan Ieanette Kibler Helen King Margaret McAfee Martha Mariner Genie Mennell Rosemarie Mullaly Nancy Rice Doris Roberts Marguerite Stewart Laurie Vasu Marilyne Watkins Marvell Donegan Nancy Brady Ioan Beargie Anita Bingham Sue Conyne Dele Driehorst Meriel Gee Doris George lean Grierson Patricia lack Laura lane Iohnson Priscilla Parsons Patricia Staley Carolyn Steitz Mary Frances Thompwl' Norma Wright ACTIVES: Shirley Baker Sarah Brumagin Marge Cruse Margaret Dwyer Elaine Eicher Anne Fenton Betty Gierling Dorothy Kenig Bee Kost lean Lang THETA PHI OMEGA Founded in 1903, the Thetas are well established on campus. This year they used a Mexican theme for their rush party and climaxed the year with initiation of pledges in the spring. Officers ot the year were: President - Pat Toll Vice President - lean Sauer Secretary -- lane Sidnell Treasurer -- Betty Simmerrnacher Kelbaugh PLEDGES: Marilyn Andrews Lillian Baumgartner Shirley Baus Grace Petzel Erika Radtke Betty Sajtos Iean Sauer Iane Sidnell Betty Simmermacher Kelbaugh Alice Iane Smid Mary Ann Thumm Pat Toll Phyllis Buchwald Laura Chesney Muriel Cox Roberta Garverick Margaret Gerow Mary Hoffman Carolyn Kientz Ruth Killian Patricia Kontner Anne Mattmueller Cleo Rasch Aileen Redding Susan Seith Elsie Schuller Thelma Sosahr Marian Vlaselc Georgia Volek 3493: " f a QL! -. 1 Ai f:AH,.f-ff .x..-,af.Nk.,, , . A Hfeiii- -- 4 -,..-QM-. ,WLM . f x ,- u fi ,f f' w. R ,. f' I 1 J, 1 3- x. gg- -'L'-'f1:?':if-h 1-L' 3:2f1'fT:,5 -35-YQ-ns' G,-x , W - ' .-'-7 , 1 - '. 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Lobb, Beverly-60, 115, 141 Loeb, Virginia-49, 115, 139 London, Shirley-127 Lowe, Iacqueline-74 Luikart, Dora Iane-39, 115, 136 Lundquist, Patricia-95 -Mi McAfee-39, 87, 142 McCarihy, Mary Ellen-68, McDowell, Nancy-116 McEwen, Lola-B7 77 McFarland, Donna-77, 119 McGuire, Mary-76 Mclndoe, Marion-68, 97, 1 MCK0911911. lacqueline-77 McLarty, Cathy-39, 119, 1 McMaster, Ruth-49, 107, 1 McMillen, Carolyn-66, 91 20, 138 35 08 McRae, Gratian-76, 96, 119 Mfrd-ellcm. Ioan-61, 108, 120 'K COMPLIMENTS of The Commodore Valet 11301 Euclid Avenue PATHONS lf Class of 1924 Class oi 1929 Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs. Mrs Raymond T. Cragin Wendall A. Falsgraf Ward Harrison R. E. Kimball Howard K. Preston Y, R. L. Queisser, Ir. tl Miss Vera Smisek Mrs. Charles F. Taplin Mrs. Benjamin Teitelbaum Mrs. Anthony N. Yeagle A ul' COVER FOR 1947 POLYCHHONICON MFG. 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