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19 3 1 • r IV X •■ : jl rx- x • ■ Fort Mays Kansas State College Mays, Kansas VOLUME XVIII Liberal Arts Edition W ' W « If »ijf yjf Djf w n« TT7 DEDICATI T. W. WELLS An able teacher, a true friend, and a loyal supporter of the school; a man truly versed in the " fine art of living. " To him this book is respect fully dedicated lEUBUBHailBliaiiailBIIBUBl V V T V The s;as Hays State Teach ess College K A N ii L : I A • ■ H roh 11 1931 Reader Of the Bar 111 : The Board of Began te In regular eeaaion on June 6, 1S50, authorized thla College to grant the Bachelor of Arts degree TMe degree la granted for etaudard LIBERAL AHTS «rfc It la alio granted with a reatrioted amount of Education to meet the requirement a of the State Board of Education for a certificate to teaoh in accredited high achoole ffhe A- B degree la reooguiaed as the standard degree for liberal education ¥ery truly your a " Harvard College where the first A. B. degree was granted in America, 1726 " FOREWORD Living is an art. Training in the art of Irving is the true work of education and of colleges. The purpose of a college of liberal arts is to develop a life of symmetry and beauty. It is the endeavor of this book to show how, in its first year as a school of liberal arts, this school is accomplishing this purpose by developing its students in the fine art of successful living. cont Learning The Campus Administration Student Body Self Expression Athletics Activities ent 111. Good Fellowship Fraternities Organizations [V, Appreciation Personalities Trivialities l Book I LEARNING ADMINISTRATION Hays Advances The school year of 1930-31 is a memorable one for Fort Hays Kansas State, for it marks two of the greatest forward steps in the history of the school. First raised to the rank of a standard liberal arts college , and then recognized as such by an official change in name, Hays will mark this year as the turn- ing point in its career. These changes came not by chance nor by accident. They were rather the culmination of years of effort and labor on the part of those guiding the school ' s destinies and by those interested in its advancement. Hays did not grow; into this in a single year, but through a period of years its growth and development re- mained so steadily rapid, that public opinion was finally forced to recognize it. Perhaps the greatest single factor in securing this well deserved recognition was the work of our president, W. A. Lewis, whose untiring labors were finally crowned with success, and whose vision and confidence were finally realized. Hays has now turned the comer into a new era. But the advancement must not stop here. We have by these concessions only been granted the opportunity to serve Western Kansas as we should serve it, and the task before us is to perform that service in such a way that the confidence of the state may be justified. Great as has been the progress in the past, greater fields of progress lie before us. Say not that Hays has done, say rather that Hays will do, for its true greatness yet lies ahead. Pafit Eighteen OUR PRESIDENT WILLIAM A. LEWIS, B. S, A. B., LL. D. President of Ft. Hays Kansas State College since 1913 Pigr Nineccrn Dean Floyd B. Lee, a, b., a. m Dean of the Faculty and Director of Extension. Kansas State Teachers College of Em- poria; University of Kansas. Voris V Latshaw, a. b., m. a., ph. d., Professor of Mathematics . Central Normal College; University of Wisconsin; Indiana University Beatrice L Hagen, a. b., a. m., ph. d., mtructor of Mathematics. University of Kansas; University of Chicago. Arthur Wilus Barton, a b., ph. e., ph. d., Professor of Botany , University of Washington; Northwestern University Harvey A. Zinszer, b. a., m. a., ph, d , Professor of Physics and Astronomy . Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Penn.; Indiana University. ■yfc-REvmLE illUM Page Twfnty Elizabeth Jane Agnew, b s , Dean of Women Kansas State Agricultural Columbia University College; Margaret H Haggart, b s , m« a , Professor of Home Economics. Kansas State Agricultural College; University of Chicago; Columbia University. Manetta Heidman, b s., m s., Instructor in Textiles and Clothing Iowa State College; Des Moines College, Des Moines, Iowa Jessie F, Pearce, r, n,, College Nurse. Washington University, St, Louis Elsie Harris, a. b., b f a , Professor of Applied Arts University of Oklahoma; Snow-Frowhlich School of Industrial Art, Chicago; Boulder University; Columbia University; Broad- moor Art Academy, Colorado Springs 7k TSri mill Page Tw ry on? Clarence Edmund Rarick, a. b,, ed. d. Professor of Rural Education and Direc- tor of Extension Service . Kansas Wesleyan University; Univer- sity of Colorado; University of Kansas Edwin Davis, r. s., m. a m Professor of Manual Arts- Kansas State Agricultural College; Kansas State Teachers Col- lege, Hays; University of Minnesota. Fred W. Albertson, b. s., Associate Professor of Agriculture . Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; University of Missouri. James E. Rouse, b, $♦, m. $., Professor of Agriculture. Teachers College of Kirks ville, Missouri; University of Wis- consin; Kansas State Agricultural College. Lyman Dwight Wooster, a. b., ph. m . 5 Professor of Zoology. Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia; University of Wisconsin. iigiaiiriririiririiririirifiriririririiiiiiriririnnririririfiriiairiirinii y REVEiLLEiriiBrMi PaRe Twenty-two R. L. PaRKERj B, B. L j A. M. Professor of History . Ottawa University; University of Chicago. C. H. Landrum, a. b., a. m., Professor of History. University of Kansas; Yale University Willis H. Walker, a. b., m. a., ph, d., Professor of History. Iowa University, Iowa City. Leonard W Thompson, b. s., m. a,, Head of Economics and Business Administration. University of Kansas; Kansas StateTeachers College of Emporia. Ruth Estella Bell, a. b., m. a., Jn trwctor in Economics, Shorthand and Typewriting , Washburn College; Clark University Charles F. Wiest, d. d.. Professor of Philosophy and Biblical Literature . Gettysburg College; Gettysburg Theological Seminary; Midland College. Page Twenly ' ibree Rob Roy Ian Macgregor, a b,, a. m,,fh,d. Professor of English , Otago University of New Zealand; Uni- versity of Jena; Cambridge University, James R, Start, b, s,, a, m,, Associate Professor of Literature , Professor of Dramatics , Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; Columbia University, Thornton W. Wells, b, s,, Assistant Professor of English , Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; Kansas State Agri- cultural College, Earl Eugene Strimple, a, b., Instructor in Journalism and Director of News Service. University of Kansas, Charles H. Brooks, b, s., Head of Correspondence Study Department and Professor of Latin. Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia; Kansas State Agricultural College; Uni- versity of Kansas, Modesto Jacobini, a, b,, Professor of Foreign Languages. Liceo, Taranto, Italy; American International College; Yale University; New York University; University of Chicago, Pige Twnity-four mnnnnn Robert Timothy Mcgrath, ph m , ph, d. Professor and Director of Education. State Teachers College, DeKalb, Illinois; University of Wisconsin Homer B. Reed, a b., a m , fh u f Professor of Psychology. Indiana University; University of Chicago; Columbia University William Donald Turner, a b , a m , ph d , Instructor in Psychology Blackburn College; University of Illinois Maude Isabel Gorham, ph b , a m s Assistant Professor of Education . University of Chicago; Columbia University Pearl G Cruise, a b , a m , Assistant Professor of Education University of Iowa; Iowa State Teachers College Maude McMindes, b s , a m Assistant Professor of Education Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; University of Kansas Page Ttfaty-fivi Henry Edward Malloy, b. s. Director of Music K, S T. C, of Emporia; Voice under George Hamlin, Chicago; D O, Jones, Emporia; Ella Rochus-Behr, Berlin; Hinshaw of Metropolitan Opera, New York; George Ferguson, Berlin; P,.KirU towns, Berlin Lucille Felten, b s., Assistant Professor of Piano , Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; Alexander Raab; Cam- thers Normal School of Piano, Chicago Florence Wallace, b. s , Assistant Instructor of Public School Music , Kansas State Teachers College of Hays, Frederick E Green, a, b,, Imtrwctor of Band and Harmony, Indiana University; Louisville Conservatory; Detroit Institute of Musical Art; University of Michigan Paul Blair Beckhelm, b, m., Instructor in Piano and Music Theory, American Conservatory of Music; Northwestern University, Hobart S. Davis, b. a,, Instructor of Voice, Men ' s Glee Club , University of Nebraska, um Page Twettty-iii mm f Floyd B. Streeter, a b,, a m., l» l. Librarian University of Kansas; University of Michigan. Margaret Helen Dresher, a. b., b. s. in l. s., Instructor and Cataloguer . McPherson College; University of Illinois Library School. Mary Elizabeth Williams, a. b., a. b. in l. s m Inscrwctor and Supervisor of Circulation. University of Wichita; University of Michigan. Mary Barrett, a. b., b. s. in l. s., Reference Librarian , Washburn College; University of Illinois. Elam Bartholomew, m. $., sc. d., Curator of Mycobgical Museum. Kansas State Agricultural College; Edi tor, Fungi Colutani and North American Uredinales. George F. Sternberg, Curator , Museum of Geology and Paleontology. ■1 Pjgf Twmty-ievfii Earl R Morris, b. s m m. d. Professor of Public Health and Director of Health and Physical Education. Kirks ville State Teachers College; St. Louis University. Wilbur Clifford Riley, b. s,, Football Coach and Instructor in Physical Education for Men. Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; Kansas State Agri- cultural College. Paul B, Gross, b. s., Basketball Coach and Instructor in Physical Edu - cacation for Men. Kansas State Teachers College of Hays; University of Illinois; Kansas State Agricultural College. James Yeager, b. s., Instructor in Physical Education and Assistant Coach . Kansas State Agricultural College. Elizabeth Barbour, fh. b., m, a., Instructor in Physical Education for Women. University of Chicago, Harvard University, Geneva Tracy Millett, b. s, in p, E., m. a., Instructor in Physical Edu- cation for Women. University of Tennessee; State University of Iowa. Paste Twenty- tijibi STUDENT BODY Student Council The Student Council is a representative group elected from the student body for the purpose of making rules and regulations to govern the activities of students and student organizations. Three members are elected from each class, and three from the student body at large. MEMBERS Henry Buck, Belleville Edwin Cooke, Hays Marion Coulson, Plains Lloyd Cunningham, Hays Mary Elizabeth Enfield, Hays Casey Jones, Hill City Clyde Parker, Hays Lawrence Rarick, Hays Lawrence Sayler, Great Bend Elmer Schlegel, Hays Alice Start, Hays Faye Steiger, Menlo Verner Williams, Ness City Scott Wylie, Quintet Richard Zinszer, Hays Page Tbiscy Graduate Students Elgin A, Denio, b.s. Physics Osborne John L Eichman, b.s. Zoology Hays Wilabour Hardy, b.s. History Hays Otis E. Doane, b.s. History Good land John Fulton, b.s. Physics Glen Elder Clyde L. Putnam, b.s., a.b. Physics Haven Glenn Rogers, b.s. Political Science Hays Fred C. Ross, b.s. School Administration Webster Mrs. Grace Rogers, b.s English Hays Mrs. Do vie Ross, b.s. English Webster ' ill C REVEI Pa$c Thirty-one Seniors SENIOR OFFICERS ■? Lawrence Sayler, President. Margaret Bloome, SecretdO ' -T reasurei James Reece, Vice-President. The twenty-eighth graduating class leaves this school just as it crosses the threshold to the greatness that lies before it. But to the seventy-odd members of this class goes much credit for taking an active and helpful part in bringing the school this far along its road of advancement. Scan its class rolls. There you will find the names of those active in athletics, publications, forensics, and scholarship. Such a record writes its own praise. REVEILLE UMlil Pig Thirty- two Seniors John W. Anderson - Roxbury B. S, Mechanic Art ' Ksippn Beta Tau; Chorus (1,2, 3,4, ); Glee Club (1,2, 3, 4); Y, M- C A. (1,2), Fred Bieker Schoenchcn B. S. Agriculture Y. M. C. A. (2); Leader (3); Science Club (3,4). Hilene Bock - Good land B. Sr Home Economics Sigma Sigma Sigma; Chorus (2,3,4); Glee Club (2 3,4); Home Economics Club (1, 2. 3. 4); Kappa Omicron Phi. Julius Bahl - Hays R S-, Ar Br Mfljhemrtticj K-Club; Football (1, 2,3,4); Ras ketball (1,2, 3, 4). Margaret Bloome - Rexford B r 5- Commerce Theta Sigma Upsilon; Commet cial Club (4); Debate and Ora- tory (4); Senior Sec.-Trcas. (4); Pi Kappa Delta (4), H. Ray Brown - Hunter B. Sr Agriculture Football (3,4); Basketball (1,2); Track (3,4) Kathryn Barnes - Bellairc R S. Physical Education PL Kappa Sigma; Chorus (2); W: A. A. (3); Orchesus (4); Pan- Hellenic (4). Louise Bowlus Russell B, S. English Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y. W. C. A,; English Club (4); Social Science Club (4), Regina Brule. Hays B. $. Commerce Commercial Club (3,4); English Club (3). P Thirty -three Seniors John Bun with - Hays B. S, Agriculture Y, M C. A, (1.2); Parliamentary Law (3); Science Club (4). Florence A, Daniels - Garfield B. S. Applied Art Y. W. C. A. President (4); Art Lovers Club (2,3,4). Pari. C; Dracoo Lutay B, S. Mechanic Arts Kappa Beta Tau; Chorus (l h 2)j Parliamentary Law (3.4). Eleanor Chittenden - Hays R $. Physical Education Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y. W. C. A. (1); W. A. A. (3.4); Or- chcsus (3,4) Anna M. Davis - Liberal B. Sr English Pi Kappa Delta; Y. W. C. A. (2); Science Club (4); English Club (4); Debate and oratory (4). Henrt Foreman - Hanston B. Sr Biological Science Sterna Tau Gamma; Attended Friends University; Science Club (3); Leader (3); Chorus (2); Y.M.C. A. (2,3). Edwin L. Cooke - Goodland A. B. English Band (2.3.4); Orchestra (2.3,4): Glee Club (2); President Student Assembly (4); Freshman Presi- dent (l); Student Council (4)j Y. M. C. A. Geo a Doerschlao - Arnold B. S. Business Administration Pi Omega Pi, President (4); Com- mercial Club (4); Mathematics Club.SetTetflry-TrevisMrer (4). Ravmond W. Fryar - Burrton B. S. Physics ' Phi Mu Alpha; Y. M, C. A.; (1,2); Science Club (3.4); Glee Club (4); Chorus (4) Page Thirty-four Seniors Maury Glass - Altoona E S History Kappa Beta Tau; Pep Club (4); Y. M. C. A. (1,2); Reveille (2); Chorus (1); Social Science Club (3,4). Rachel Hart Liberal E S, Kiittiersartm-Frimary Y W, C. A,; W. A, A. (3); Science Club (3,4); English Club P). Ruth A. Hogan Sal in a B. S. English W, A. A. (1 .2.3,4); English Club (4). Velma L. Green Plainville B. S. Physical Effitcrttipn Sigma Sigma Sigma; W, A. A, (2,3,4): Orchesus (3); Reveille (2); AlbRound Girl (1); Popularity (l); Chorus (1): Duck Club (3,4); Tigcrettes (3,4). Wauneta M. Hill - Logan E. S r History, Social Science Pi Kappa Sigma; Commercial Club (1); English Club (2,3); Social Science Club (3,4); Chorus (3); English Chib (3). Louisa Hotz, Brook vide R S. History, Soda Science Chorus (1,2); Social Science Club (3); Science Club (4). Birdena N, Hacket - McCracken B, S. Home Ecotinmic Home Economics Club (1,2, 3,4); Art Lovers Club (3), Frances M, Hoff - Quin ter B. S. Physical Eduaincm Theta Sigma Upsilon; Chorus (3); W. A. A. (2,4); Duck Club (4). Hon art Jackson - El Dorado B S, History? Social Science Basketball (1,2. 3, 4); Captain (4). iniMinii ' TLrevei lie riiTiiriiiiwiaiiiriaiim Pag Thirl jr-fiv Seniors GrvettaLJain - Waldo B. Home Economics Y, W C. A, (t); Home Econ- omies Club (2,3); Greheaus (3,4); Chorus (3,4). Dorothy King - Hays B. S. Music Alpha Sigma Alpha; Orchestra (I 2,3,4); Glee Club (2,3,4); Band (4); Women ' s Quartette (3,4); Red Cross Life Saving Corps. Dorothy M. Leg mutch - LaCrosse B. S. Physical Education Delta Sigma Epsilon; W. A, A. { 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ); Women ' s Sports (1,2, 3,4). Hila J anson - Bison B. S. English Delta Sigma Epsiton; English Club (4). Telka Khaus - Hays B. $. Music Orchestra (1,2, 3,4); Glee Club (2,3,4). Leo Legleiter - LaCrosse A. 3, Zoology Phi Mu Alpha; Glee Club (1,2, 3,4); Chorus (1, 2,3,4); Band (3,4); Pep Club (3,4); Junior Play (3). Harold R. Kimerek - Hunter B. S, Agriculture Kappa Beta Tau; Y. M. C. A (1,2); Parliamentary Law (2,3); Science Club (4). Velma T, Krause - Dclphos B. S. Music Alpha Sigma Alpha; Lender (4); Chorus (2,3,4); Glee Club (3,4); Tigereices (4). Glem Lowry - Webster B. S. Agriculture Kappa Beta Tau; Tep Chib; Cheer Leader (3.4); Science Club; Track (2,3); Parliamentary Law. Page Thirty-six Seniors LaVerc.nr Mann - Hays B. S. Public School Music Attended Bethany College; Chorus (2,3); Passion Play (3). Ruth E. Moore - Stockton B. S. Home Economics Pi Kappa Sigma; Pan-Hellcnic £3); Science Club (3); Home Economics Club (2 3,4); Y. W. C A. Cl). Harold K, Pixeey - Osborne R, S History arid Social Science Y. M. C. A. (2,3); Parliamentary Law; Social Science Club (3 4); Wrestling (1,2); K-Club. Bernard R, Martin - Beeler B. S- MatfierndtiCi Football £1, 2,3,4); Science Club (4); K-Cluh; Wrestling (2) Track (3). Alice Nielsen - Mamma B. 5. Commerce Alpha Sigma Alpha; W + A, A. ( 1 ,2,3,4); Commercial Clu b (l,2 + 3,4). Lois M. Rarick - Hays fl. S., B- M. Public School Music Y. W. C. A.; Orchestra (1 ,2,3,4); Glee Club (2,3,4). Margaret Meade - Hays B. S, Art Art Lovers Club (2,3,4); English Club (4). Marie Pivonka Mahoney - Timken B. S. Physical Education Delta Sigma Epsilon; Glee Club (1 2,3, 4); Chorus (l, 2,3 4); W. A, A. (2 t 3 t 4)e Reveille (3); Major Club; Tigerettes (2,3,4). James F. Reece - Lucas B. S. Mitthemfitiej Kappa Beta Tau; Pi Kappa Delta; Inter-Fraternity Council (3,4); Vice-Chairman Student Assembly £3); Vice-President Senior Class £4); Parliamentary Law. 7fu Page Thirty-seven Seniors Geraldine Reinecke - Great Betid B. $. An Alpha Sigma Alpha; Tigerettcs (2); Quill Club (3,4); Art Lovers Club (3,4); Glee Club (3). Elmer A. Schligal - Hays B, S. M it. tic Phi Mu Alpha; Chorus (4); Or- chestra (l, 2, 3, 4); Band (l,2 t 3,4); Gl« Club; Y. M. C. A.; Student Council. Mattie M. Sfitze - Kinsley B. S Kindergarten Attended C. S, T. C. Greeley; Chorus (4); Home Economics Club (4). Lawrence Romeiser - Timken B. S. Geology Phi Sigma Epsilon; Cat ' s Meow; Science Club. Gordon B, Seckavec - Brownell B. S. Mathematics Phi Mu Alpha; Band (3,4). Wayne Steeples - Palco B. S. Chemistry Sigma Tau Gamma, President (4); Glee Club (1,3,4); Chorus (l Ah Rand (1.2, 3.4); Orchestra (2,3,4); Student Council (4); Inter- Fraternity Council (3,4). Lawrence Sayler - Great Bend B. S. Finite Speaking Phi Mu Alpha; Y. M. C. A, (1,2); Reveille (3); Student Coun- cil (3,4); Debate and Oratory (4); Class President (4) Ellen A. Snyder - Soldier B. S. English Sigma Sigma Sigma; Art Lovers Club (2,3); Debate and Ora- tocy (4). Faye Steiger - Menlo B. S, English Sigma Sigma Sigma; Y. W. C. A. (1); Leader (3,4); W. A. A. (3,4); Art Lovers Club (4); Science Club (4); English Club (4); Press Club (4); Student Council (4); Pam Hellenic (4). Page Thirty eight Seniors Paul C, Swbetlano - Hays B, S, Mathematics Basketball (1); Y. M. C. A. (1); Glee Club (4); Parliamentary Law (4); Tennis (3,4); Tennis Club; Science Club (4). Victor C. Wells Hays A, B, jMothtsmaiicj Sigma Tau Gamma; Studeru Council, Chairman (4); Chorus (1 .2.3,4); oiee Club (LUA): Popularity (2). Ralph C r Vka ey - Drum right, Okta, B. $. History Phi Mu Alpha; A trended Phil lips U, and Tulsa LL; Student Assembly (4H Glee Club (4). August Werth Hays B. Sr Agriculture Basketball (1 ,2,3,4); K C!ub. Evelyn Wagner - Ellinwood B. Sr Music Delta Sigma Epsilon; Glee Club (2,3,4); Chorus (3); Quartern (3,4); Band. Verneh F. Williams - Ness City R S. Commerce Phi Mu Alpha, President (4); Leader (4); Student Council (4); Junior Play (3); Glee Club (4); Band (1, 2 3,4); Reveille (3); Or- c hestra (1 ); 1 nterTratern i ty Council t Page Thirty- nine Seniors Vai.rie E Wiauth - Cuba R S. History And Science Pi Kappa Delta; Y. W. C, A. (1,2); Parliamentary Law; Debate. Marik W right - Qu inter Br S- History and Social Science Y. W. C. A 4 Social Science Club (M), Geneva Wright - Kinsley B. S. Art Delta Sigma Epsilon, PririiJent (4); Glee Club (1, 2,3 4); Orches- tra (l T 2 T 3); Art Lovers Club (M); rtewiHe (2,3), Editor (3); Tigerettcs, Richard H, " Zinszer - Hays A. R Fhyjiti Beta Theta Pi; Attended Han- over College (Ind.); Football (3,4); Science Club (3,4); Glee Club (4); Student Couneil (4) Francis Janda - Wilson B. S. Home Ebcmomicj Home Economics Club ( L ,2,3 4)- Henrv S. Gorrtz - Rubier B. S, Mechanic Arts Attended Tabor College; Glee Club (3,4); Chorus (3.4), SVLVIA SCH LEGAL - Ha VS B S. English Alpha Sigma Alpha; Chorus (1); Band (1 .2.3.4); English Club (3); Beauty Queen (3). Page Forty ]unior$ JUNIOR OFFICERS ¥ Scott Wylie, President . Marion Coulson, Vice-President. Lloyd Cunningham, Secretary- T reasurer. The Juniors must wait until next year for their praise. This is their year for work, of which work this book is a part. Too dignified to paddle Freshmen, yet too young to receive credit for their dignity, the Junior Class is the school goat. But it’s only for a year. If you want to read of their achievements, read the Reveille of 1932. Paa Forty-onp Juniors Alberta Alexander Myron Askew English Agriculture Almena Utica Andrew Bahl Business Hays Florence Bastin Commerce Rexford Irene Bear Mathematics Russell Alice Bees ley Home Economics Gove Dorothy Beverly English Sylvan Grove Ruth Blanton Home Economics Garden City Lawrence Carlton Philosophy Norton Herbert Chittenden Commerce Hays Mrs Thelma Connelly Music Colby Roy Coorer Commerce Dorrance Page Forty-lwo Juniors Marion Coulsgn Commerce Plains Lloyd Cunningham Botany Hays Thelma Daniels Rorany Garfield Edith Davidson Music Hoxie Feed V, Dellett Donald P Doane Mathematics, Physic Literature Rush Center Winona Herbert Drake Chemistry Nekoma Lynn Drake Commerce Natoma Charles Eads Music Quinter Henry T. Esau Phibsophy Buhlet Ruby Frisbie Commerce McDonald Helen Frusher Commerce Jetmore Page Forty-ihr« Juniors Hugh L. Frusher Physics Jetmore Rachel L. Green Public School Music McDonald Clarence Hartsell Commerce Preston Thomas S. Hines Chemistry Hoxie C. Edward Holmes, jr- Journalism Great Bend Anna belle Howell History Lovington, III. Victor Hubbs Josephine Hunt Econom ics and Business M us ic Dorrance Hays Francis G. Jennings Mathematics Arnold Lowell E. Knlsley Music Logan Brook A Knowles Commerce Kirwin Esther L. Kolsky Commerce Logan fcREVEI LIE [11111111(1 PaRf Forty-four Juniors Fern Lacey John H. Locke Music Agriculture Sharon Springs Covert Gerald Long Kathryn Marshall Bus. Administration Art Wakeeney CoHyer Mary McNinch Home Economics Arnold A ones McPeak Home Economics Hunter Dorothy Moran Music Nekoma Belva Motz Clark Education Selden Eileen Northup English Quinter Kathleen Northup Public School Music Wakeeney Mae PArrERSON English Rozel Evelyn Pauly Literature Logan linin ' mili Page Forty-five Juniors Frank Perkins Commerce Good land Florence Pope Georgia Purma Home Economics Commerce Selden Grinned Mary Gayle Reece Physical Education Spivey Katherine Rhoades Jowmad ' sm Hays Gladys Roenne Kindergarten Osborne Hyacinth $♦ Roth Mechanic Arts Hays Virginia Sailous Carter E nglis i Dodge City Adolph Schriner M echanic Arts Bison Ida L. Smith History Belleville Grace Spoelstra Home Economics Prairie View William Stewart Mechanic Arts Weskan Page Forty-six Juniors Myrna Tomlinson Physical Education Garfield Opal Tourtillott Commerce Hays Roger R. Unruh Marjorie Walker Agriculture Music Pawnee Rock Brownell William Wagner Pre-Law Wakeeney SYL VENUS j Wa SINGER Physics Collyer O. P. Weigel Music Hays Pearl Wenger Home Economics Selden Donald Williams English Luray Tkelma Wilson English LaCrosse Lloyd R- Whit ham Mathematics Modoc Scott Wylie Animal Husbandry Quin ter Pjge Foriy-jFVFn Juniors Ralph Arnold Philosophy Hays Pauline Jackson English Claudcll Thelma Kelly Florence La very Applied Art History Phillipsburg Cawker City Eefie Mae McWilliams Kindergarten Quin ter Gladys Spaniol Physical Education Dodge City George Svatos Lowell Yasmer Commerce History Pawnee Rock Arnold Page Forty-right Sophomores SOPHOMORE OFFICERS ¥ Lawrence Rarick, President Edwin Van Doren, Vice-President. Alice Start, Secretary-T reasurer The Sophomores started in a promising fashion, but they rode to a fall Ignominy overtook them when the Freshmen defied all authority and tradition by winning the annual Freshman-Sophomore track meet, and thereby gaining freedom from the hated caps. Much must be accomplished next year by this ill-starred class if they will ever live down this shame. Pigt rofiy-nine Sop iomores First Row Robia Anderson — Ohcrlin James E. Ashley — S dden Ida Austin— Wilson Ernest Baker — H ays Alice Bartell — Ellis Elva Bartel — Otis Second Row Pauline Bergen — B oguc Eloise Bloome — Rexford Leo Brown — Hays Henry Buck— B elleville Clayton Campbell — V ictor Max Campbell — Wakeeney Third Row Wayne Carr — Nekoma Nettie Carter— J ennings Fern Chamberlain — Albert Gladys Chegwidden — L ucas Ella Claar — R exford Lillian Claar — O berlin Fourth Row Edna Close — Colby Ferna Combs — Almcna Bernadine Cooper — W ilson Walter Cormack— R oss vi lie Raymond Oakland — Codell Arva Davis — H ays Pjg Fifty Sophomores First Row; Vena Mae Davidson— Hays Marie DeBey — Cawker City Milton Deets — G arfield Nellie Demlo — Osborne Effie Denison — Hoxie Kathlyn Dennis — Wood ston Third Roul Maurice Faulkner — G reat Bend Elsie Fenton — A lton Wesley Freeman — Wellsford Alice Francis — O herlin Helen Fritts — Paradise Roger Fritts — Paradise Second Row: Annabelle Dickinson — Gorham Catherine Dragoo — L uray Arlyn Drake—RozcI Elizabeth Early — Hays Henry Elias — McCracken Bernice Elliot— Weskan Fourth Row: Robert Fulton — G len Elder Claude Gates — Penokee Louie Garlow— Ames Bee G a rton— Norton Muriel Gibbens — N ess City Is la Gilpin — Codell Pigc Fifiy-ont Sophomores First Row: Rhea Gross — Englewood Edith Dale Gunckel — Wakeeney Elbert M. Harris— ' Ford Hannah Hansen — Courtland Fred D. Hemphill — Clay Center Allene M t Henderson — C arneiro Second Row: Mrs. Vesta Henry — Paradise Gayle Heslet — BH is Bessie Ellen Hill — Jennings James Hotz — Brookville Lela Golda Howard — McDonald Edith Hunsley — Lamed Third Rquj; Yuba L, Hunsley— L amed Opal Huxman — Arnold Pansy Jantzen — L ebanon Mildred Jbunek — E llsworth Kathryn Kincaid — St, Francis Versal King— P lamvilie Fourth Row: Anna M. Knaus — Quinter Rutketta Krause — LaCrosse Theron LaPlante — Ransom Mildred LaRue — Fort Collins, Colo, Clarence A. Leonard — Hanston Vyrl W. Levan —Ness City Pajjc Fifty-two Sopfiomores First Row: Richard Ltss — Vesper Ella Major — Dorrance Virginia Maxwell— Gove Hilda McElroy—Qu inter Ralph McGimsey — Ransom James McGrath — Hays Second Row: Audra McLeod — Jennings Bernice Meyer — Bison Juanita Meyer — Bison Irma Miller — St John Lucille Morris- — Almena Fern Mo rrissette— Clyde Third Row: Vivian Monger— Hoisington Margaret Nicholas — Salina Bonn ell Paget — C overt Harold Palmer — Hays Edith Pantzer — K anorado Ethel PANTZER—Kanorado Fourth Row: Viola Pauly — Logan Galen e Perkins— U tica Louie Platts — Wellsford Harry Pratt — Studley Lawrence Rarick— Hays Mary Reynolds — Gra infield Page Fifty-three Sophomores First Row: James Robison— M aynard, la Lon L. Robinson, Jr. — LaCrosse Eliza Roenne — Osborne Elizabeth Roloson— W akeeney Leo Roth — Hays William Schwartzkopf — Alexander Third Row; Ines Spitsnaugle — Wakeeney Goldie Stamper “Plain vi lie Alice Start — Hays Eleanor Streife — Dodge City Elza Stull — Brownell Rebecca Wells Taylor — Lyons Second Row; Mildred Schlyer — Hays Maurine Shimmick — J ennings Neil Simmons — Lucas Ruth A Simpson — Lewis Madge S la vens— C odell Gladys Span iol— D odge City Fourth Row: Louise Timken — Bison Mrs, Neta Tritt— H ays Edwin Van Doren— H ays Loyal Van Doren — H ays Irene Van Pelt — Covert Fern Vincent — Englewood Paste Fifty-four Sophomores First Rouj; Vivien Vincent — Clay Center Val Walker — Englewood Am Weitzel — LaCrosse Jack White — Kanopolis Mary M. Whitmore— Boyero, Colo. Second Row: Gladys Wickizer— Hays Melvin Wilson— Smith Center Doris WooiiRiNG — Goodlatid Donald Zeigler — Codell Lois Baer — Ness City Third Row; Gilman Bishop — Oronoque Rosy CAMPBELL—Lyons George Clow — H ays Beulah Dixon — Kinsley Carl Flrebaugh— A ugusta Fourth Row: Alex Klein— L ucas Merwyn Miller — H ays Charles Shearer— Arnold Ardelia WamhOFF — H olyrood Tin ill III m Pafce Fifiy-fiv Freshman Class Officers Clyde Parker President Orvis Grout Vice-President Betty Hillsabeck Secretary This unusually promising group comes to Hays just in the hour of her greatest development, and at the beginning of her day of greatness To this class goes the responsibility for maintaining the forward movement and expansion For a promising start, the Freshmen contributed liberally to the material in football, basketball, and track, probably making the greatest contribution to athletics of any first year group One thing, however, remains for them to do! they must make good on those promises they made They must complete their gigantic K triiiiiriigirifiiiTiiiiiiririiariaiiiiiiiiiinifirninmi revei ile rum Freshmen First Row: Letha Abell — Oakley Lela Alderson— Fruidand, Id, Ruth Anderson — Ellinwood Clois Arnold — Colby Julia BadenhoOP — A thol Shi RLE V Baird — Almena Third Row: Virgil Basgall— H ays Ray G, Beesley — Gove Dale F. Bernbeck — Utica Beulah Bi e be r— Kinsley Bert Bingaman — Oakley Viola Black — M eade Second Row- Fourth Row: George E. Balls — Hays Francis Barry — H ays Florence Barry — Codell Harvey Bartel — -Otis Agnes Bartlett — R ozel Beth Barton — Wallace Melvin Brady — Dorrance Winifred Mae Bran nan — Rozel Adrian A, Brault — Da mat Gladys Briggs — Utica Genevieve BROCK“Jennings Virgil Brown — Oakley • Page Fifty-seven Freshmen First Row: Muriel Browning — Chase Eula Bryan — Pretty Prairie Mildred Buck — A twood Winston Bull — Oakley Dwight Burkhead — Gove James Carmichael — Q uintet Second Row; Gracia Carroll— Lewis Eugene Cavin — LaCrosse Bernice Chegwidden — Wilson Ammon Childs — Rexford Lawrence Childs — Rexford Fannie Mae Clark — Rush Center Third Row: Alta Cline— O akley Dorthy Cole — H ays Marveline Conard— Menlo Marion Conley — R ansom Ruth Conley — K ingman Homer Courtney— Colly er Fourth Row: Mildred Courtney — Col Iyer Vernon Courtney — W akeeney Nova Cox — C ollyer Gladys Darnell — G arfield Earl Davison — T ribune Kenneth Day — W aldo Pajtc Fifiy-tiflhl Freshmen First Row: Howard Dean — Agra Helen Deniston — M ontezuma Helen Drake — N ekoma Grayson Eichleberger— -Alrnena Mary Enfield — Hays Ethel Ensign — Healy Second Row: Ann Fankhauser — H aviland Jack Fincham — Pratt Zelda Fowler — Lucas Helen Francis — Gorham Mildred Franz — Rozel Ruby Frisbie— McDonald Third Row: Edgar F rusher — J et more Noel Ganouno — P lain v ilk Fred George — A lexander Wilma Glass — Ellis Oscar Gish — Alexander Alice Greenwald — McCracken Fourth Row: Edith Griffith — R ush Center Orvis Grout — Hays Stella Haise—RusscII Fern Hall— W aldo Ward Hampton — T ribune Beth Harkness— Hays PlgP Fifty -n:nc Freshmen First Row: Lucy Hartmetz— E lltnwood Helen Hartzell — K ingman Charles Heaton — St. John Arthur Heffel— D orrance William Helm — S impson Dorothy Henderson— Kansas City, Mo. Second Row: Oscar Herrick— O sborne Alma Hewson — L amed Betty Has a beck— G laseo Doyle Hoagland — J etmorc Nellie Hoefer — E llis Mary Etta Holsapple- — W inona Third Row: John Horak — Wakeeney Wynona House — R ush Center Stella Hupfer — Bunker Hill Leander 1m h off— C olby Hugo Isernhagen— Agra Ralph Jackson — Claudel! Fourth Row: Arlien Jennings — Lucas Robert Jennison— Hcaly Verna Jefson— Hays Annette Jones— Otis Casey Jones — Hill City Berniece Johnson — Luray Pjgff Sixty Freshmen First Row: Ival Marie Kern — Palco Marlyn Kingsley — Ellis Mildred Kingsley — Ellis Helen Kistler— Bunker Hill Arlene Kobler — Penokce Harvey Kraus-Bisor Second Row: Florence Kruse — Lorraine Howard La moreux— Oakley William Lamoreux — Oakley Bert Lane — Bazine Flossie Leighton — Osborne Ralph Leonard — Mansion Third Row: Elmer Liss — V esper Verne Lippert — B ison Arthur Livingston — M enlo Orval Lockhart— ' L uray Allene Long — Q u inter Janice Lyons — F ord Fourth Fou ' ; William Maas — Ford Victor Merryfield — Minneapolis Kate Marsh — Beverly Emilie Mattas — Wilson Monta Mathews — New Plymouth, Idaho John May — K anopolis Page Sixty-one Freshmen First Row: VIRGINIA McFarLAND— H utch III SOtl Sarah McKinney — V esper Leqta McMahan — Logan Delbert McQueen— Q uin ter Wild a Claire McRey molds — Montezuma Clyde Melton— Hays Second Row: Ray Messick — Oakley Judd Miller — Kipp William Mitchell — Ness City Nina Mosley — Dillon Vernon Mulch — Scott City Lawrence Meyers— Oakley Thnd Row: Vernon Nejdig — Kanorado Margaret Nelson — Lucas Loretta Nicholas— Salma Charlie Northop — jetmorc Frances Notestine — Lamed Thomas O ' Brien— P lain ville Fourth Rou ; Clyde Parker— Hays Kathryn Parsons — Hays Opal Paynter — A lton Leona Peddycord — Wilsey Thurlene Perkins— Plainville Winifred Peters — Ness City Pag Sixty-two Freshmen First Row: Doris PETERSON-Deerfield Doris Pfister — Pawnee Rock Katherine Pratt — Studley Edward Purma — -Grinncl Melva Rod rick — Lucas Winifred Roe — Russell Second Row: Willa Robb — Menlo Berniece Rich wine — Holcolmb Marguerite Riley — Scott City Helen Sandy— C overt Ernest Scheer — Hays Mildred Schlegel — Otis Third Row : William Schwab — LaCtosse Frances Shields — Hoxie Anne Scroggs— Perkins, Qkla. Muriel Sharpe — Utica Edward Serpan — LaCrosse Hazel Sibling— H ays FourtA Row: Edith Slight a M—Stock ton Lillian Smith — Macksville Margaret Smith — G reat Bend Irene Standley — Lucas LeRoy Standley — Hays Ellen Stradal — C ol Iyer Page Sixty-three Freshmen First Row: Alfred Taylor — Colby Gladys Taylor — Hays Lucille Thompson — Gove Zelma Thogmartin — Woodston Josephine Tobias — WiUon Zarelda Tritt — Waldo Third Row: Wava Wineland — Covert Ida Marie Wickizer — Hays Arlene Wild — Palco Esther Williams — W inona Helen Wollesen — Vesper Martha Wylie — Q uinter Second Row: Randall Tuck er— Cod ell Frank Wanasek — Waldo Merle Watson — Ness City Edrie Weigand — LaCrossc Wilbur Weigand — LaCrosse Latitia Weeks — Macks vi lie Fifth Row: Gertrude McCoy — Dighton Frances Mattas — W ilson June McElroy — Q uinter Carl Park — W ilson Archie pRUTER—Natoma Fourth Row: Lelia Zimmet — M inneola Dale Bartlett— Bird City Albert Green — Natoma Ernest Hoopes — Lucas George Malcolm — A lmcna David Market — Hays Pj gt Sixty-four Book II SELF EXPRESSION T y y y y y y y CT ATHLETICS Football For the first time in the history of the institution an alumnus was selected as head football coach " J ACK ” played fighting heads-up football and basketball here and was an extremely successful coach at Oberlin High School, The high spot of the season for Riley ' s gridnien was reached when they held the highly-touted Emporia Teachers to a scoreless tie The squad this year was composed mainly of one-year men thus pointing for a very successful future Out of twenty- three lettermen, Jack will lose only four men Hays followers are convinced that Coach Riley has already made good Riley was ably assisted by back-field coach, Busch Gross, and freshman coach, Jimmy Burchett The freshman team played several games with various neighboring high schools and gave the boys an opportunity to get some needed exper- ience for next year and also enabled the coaches to discover talent which might profitably be used for the remainder of the year The entire co aching staff were alumni of this school and imbued the boys with the old Tiger fight which characterized their work here in school not so long ago Standing! left to right : Riley (Coach), Mackenzie, Schriner, Zeioler, Schmitt, Bahl, Wilson, Mobsman, Quinlin, Myers Corder, Irvin, Schull, Taylor, Gross (Coach). . w . Front row , left to rtght: Thomas, Fox, Riel, Neap, Portenier, Lane, Beasley, Farr, Cox, Martin. Firebaugh, Woodruff, Page Sixty-six VARSITY L1NE4JP Line Firebauch, Schmitt, Heslet, Cox, Martin and Irvin. Backs: Beahlv, Bahl. Woodruff and Mackenzie. Football Warren Portenier Captain Tackle Golden, Colorado At the close of the football season when it came time to pick the players whose work had been so out- standing that the various coaches thought them worthy of a place on the all-conference and all-state teams, one player was almost a unanimous choice due to the fact that his work had been of first class rank throughout the entire year. This player was our own “Port 1 who was picked as tackle on the first all-Central Conference team and was also placed on the second all-state team. In a post-season game played at Topeka between the stars of tKe Central and Kansas Conferences, Port played a majority of the game and received favorable comment because of his sterling play. Next year after Port leaves this institution, it will seem strange to have a Tiger football team without a Portenier on it, Warren ' s brother, Harold, played a star game for several years on the Fighting Tiger squad and Warren lived up fully to Hays expectations. There is no doubt that Port was one of the best if not the best tackle in the state this year and next year when the football call is sounded, there will be a posi- tion that will be hard to fill. Page Sixty iev Ti Hays 7 — Sterling 13 Hays 0 — Emporia Teachers 0 Starting against the powerful Sterling dub, the Tigers suc cumbed to experience and a howling cold wind that checked the fast run- ning Tiger offensive and went down to a bitter 13-7 defeat. However against the invading Emporia Hornets the next week, the flashes of power shown against Sterling developed into an im- pregnable bulwark of strength which turned back the visiting ex-champions with a 0-0 tie. El wood Mackenzie End and Half Bernard Martin Guard Jesse Sckmitt Tackle Julius Bahl Full Jesse Woodruff Quarter Tine Harbaugh Guard Page Sixty-fight Hays 14 Colley of Emporia 0 Ha 0 — Wichita 14 The Tigers won their second game of the season from the Collegians from Emporia by a score of 14-0. Hays made a very slow start but demonstrated their power the second half and put over two touchdowns. The feature of the game was Woody ' s 55-yard return of a punt for a touchdown which started the Tiger rally. In the first few minutes of play the next week, Wichita made two touchdowns and were able to protect this margin for the remainder of the game. After the first few minutes, the Tiger line demonstrated why it was one of the best in the conference and held the Wichita backs at all times. Don Ziigler Center Carl Firebaugh End Vernon Moreman Tackle Adolph Schriner Guard Charles Irvin End Harold Fox Full PiRt Sixty-nine Willis Neal Half Irwen Corder Tackle Josh Cox Center Bill Bear ley Full Ray Quinlin End Hays 6 — Hastings, N ebr, 0 Hays 0 — Pittsburg Teachers 14 Oct. 10, Hastings visited the Tiger lair and received the short end of a 6-0 score This score does not truly indicate the margin of superiority, however, as Hays outplayed the Nebraskans in every department. The following week, the Tigers journeyed to Pittsburg with every one predicting a win over the Teachers. However, due to a dis- astrous first quarter in which 5 men were injured, Pittsburg pushed over two touch- downs and held their margin the remainder of the game despite the last half rally of the Tigers which threatened to erase their winning margin. Merwin Wilson Guard Page Seventy 1930— Football— 1930 To anybody unfamiliar with the real facts concerning the past football season, it would seem that Hays had what one would call an unsuccessful season Hays Tigers finished in a tie for fifth place in the Central Conference, only one team finish- ing lower than did we However, when one considers the fact that 23 men earned letters and only 4 are leaving school this year, he would surely get the idea that Tiger hopes should be soaring high for the years to come That outlook is moreover intensified by the fact that 13 of the 23 lettermeti are freshmen Hays fans had high hopes of the Tigers finishing high in the conference for the first few weeks of the football season but it soon became apparent that the Tigers lacked experience and although they might not finish high this year, they would be crowding the leaders in future years when these inexperienced men have gained some valuable experience Despite the fact that Hays finished relatively low in the conference standings, Warren Portenier, Captain of the Tigers, was recognized by being placed on the 1st all-conference football team and the 2nd all-state team The all-Central Con- ference football team picked by the coaches of the various teams was as follows: Dingman. . . Portenier. . Rosenbaum Shaw (C).. Schlegel. . . . Browne Rich McCoy Edwinson T acker Gallagher. . Washburn End Hays. . . Tackle . . Wichita Guard . Washburn Center . Washburn ..... Guard Pittsburg Tackle . Emporia ....... End . Emporia Quarter Washburn .Half . .Wichita . Half . Wichita Full The final Central Conference standings were: Won Lost Tied 1, Washburn 6 0 0 2. Wichita 4 1 I 3 Emporia 3 1 1 4. Pittsburg. 3 3 0 5. Hays 1 4 1 6. Southwestern 1 4 1 7 C of E 0 4 2 Pet 1000 800 750 500 200 200 000 Outside the conference Hays lost to Sterling, tied Kansas Wesleyan and defeated Hastings, Nebraska. Pag Sfveniy iwo 1930 — Basketball — 1931 Paul ‘Busch” Gross, the new Tiger court coach returns to his alma mater to coach the teams on which he once played, A star in three sports in his college days here before his gradua- tion in 1921, Busch has behind him a long record of ultra-successful high school coaching, the last seven years of which were spent at Augusta, In his first year at Hays he has already estab- lished not only his popu larity but his ability, and instilled into his famous “rally boys” an un- quenchable spirit which pulled game after game out of the fire with stirring last period come- backs, From all appearances and opinion, Busch has come back to his school to stay. The Season’s Record With a season’s record of ten wins and nine losses, Hays finished in a tie for last place in the Central Conference, seven of the season’s victories being registered over non-conference competition. Hays 26 Alumni 18 Hays 39 Emporia 27 “ 35 Peru 19 “ 28 Washburn 19 “ 24 Peru 14 “ 23 Pittsburg 38 “ 37 McPherson 25 “ 31 Wesley an 11 “ 21 Pittsburg 29 “ 20 Emporia 22 “ 23 Wichita 24 “ 29 Southwestern “ 44 McPherson 26 “ 15 Washburn 31 “ 28 Wesleyan 27 “ 26 Wichita 41 “ 29 C. ofE. 30 “ 27 Southwestern Hays 30 C. of E. 27 Indicates Non-Conference. Page Seventy ' lhre George Clow Center Farran Carter Sophomore Augusta Forward 1st year Junior Kansas City 3rd year Julius Bahl Guard Senior Hays 4th year Merlin Wilkinson Forward Freshman Quin ter Js£ year Wayne Houdyshell Guard Senior Pawnee Rock 4eA year Page Severn y-four Lawrence R a rick Forward Sophomore H a y s 1 st year Howard Lamoreaux Center Freshman Oakley 1st year Hobart Jackson Guard Senior Eldorado 4 th year Norman Lietzke Guard Freshman Augusta 1st year Carl Thurlow Forward Sophomore Hill City lit year Pigc Scvfmy-five 1930 — Basketball — 1931 Four regular veterans and a fine new lot of freshman material sent Hays into the season with high hopes and infinite possibilities. That they finished no better than they did was not only a surprise, but an unaccountable one, for the 1931 team was really the best in years, whatever the records may say to the contrary, A tow of disastrous one, two and three point losses coupled with a few of the inevitable slumps combined to keep the Tigers out of the conference top deck, but the material un- covered will be ready next year to turn experience to account, and hopes for next season are already soaring. There is one thing about the 1931 squad that will never be forgotten, and that is their spirit. Probably no team ever won more seemingly hopeless contests or met more disastrous bad luck in defeat and maintained to the end a spirit like that which the Tigers carried into every contest. " Busch ' s rally hoys, " they were called, and they earned the title by a remarkable series of determined rallies, many of which saved games from almost certain loss and others which were none the less glorious in defeat, A smooth working, co-operating bunch, the 1931 team might well be called the team without a star, so evenly divided must be all credit. Farran Carter, veteran little forward, rated a second all-conference position, as would have Houdy- shell, bad he finished the season, while Jackson, senior guard and co-captain, after getting away to a slow start played the most brilliant game of his long career, heading the majority of the rallies, and gaining for himself conference honorable mention. Bahl, co-captain with Jackson, played his usual steady game in finishing an enviable athletic career of four years. But hopes for the future lie in the new men, and of these there are many, Carl Thurlow, " Chief " Wilkinson, and Lawrence Rarick, forwards, Howard Lamoreux and George Clow, centers, and Harold Ljetzke, guard, with Carter, who returns, furnish a strong nucleus for next year ' s team, which will be captained by Thurlow. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Teams W L Pittsburg - 12 0 Wichita 9 3 Southwestern - 7 5 Washburn 4 8 C, of E. ------ - 4 8 Emporia ------- 3 9 Hays ------- 39 Rage Seventy-six T rack A reviving interest and an influx of freshman track ma- terial has indicated the return of the former greatness of Hays track teams. The disastrous season of 1930 brought little in the way of victory but disclosed some tracksters of promising merit, while in this year ' s crop of yearlings are several who will form a strong nucleus for next season ' s cinder squad. With all three coaches taking a hand in the training, the 1931 squad suddenly assumed a powerful form, and started the season with a convincing victory in a triangular meet at McPherson, doubling the score easily on the nearest competitor. Among the point winners of this meet were revealed several who will rate among the best of the Central Confer- ence, and who should score heavily in the dual and tri- angular meets which preced the conference meet at Pittsburg. 9 James Yeauer Assifltdni Coach m Football jW Track 1930 RECORD Kansas Wesleyan 81 — Hays 49 Sterling 66 A — Hays 59 A Pittsburg 59J Wichita 50 Emporia 20 Conference Meet Southwestern 5 A Washburn 15 A C of E. 7 A HAYS 7 1931 RECORD Triangular at McPherson: Hays 64, Hutchinson junior College 30A McPherson 29 Dual at Hastings: Hastings 84 A Hays 46 , (1931 Record Incomplete) Page Scvtfmjr -seven Arlvn Drake — H wrcJfc Max CAMPBELL—Disfaniee Howard Lamoreux — Pok Vudc Ray Brown — jumps 1931 — Track — 1931 Far from being a one man track team, the 1931 squad has over a dozen men who assisted in the point gathering, with over half of these coming from the freshman class. The members of the 1931 squad and their chosen events: TRACK EVENTS Dashes — Lovett, Messick, V, Brown, Hurdles — Lovett, V, Brown, Lamoreux, Middle Distance — V, Brown, Messick, Duncan, L, Brown, Distance — Campbell, Duncan Page Severny -tight Lovett L. Brown Firlbaugh Wilkinson Dashes Middle Distance Pole V«ult S hot Put Field Events Broad Jump — F. Carter, R. Brown. High Jump — R. Brown, Lamoreux. Pole Vault — Purma, Lamoreux, Shot Put — Wilkinson, McQueen, Carmichael Discus — Moreman, McQueen, Carmichael. Javelin — McQueen, Reeder, pjg? Seventy-nine Tennis With the formation of the Campus Tennis Club last year interest in tennis revived rapidly until now it is one of the most popular student sports Outstanding among the student players are the four listed below, who comprise the team for inter-scholastic matches Court matches are usually arranged in connection with the track meets, and afford these teams several tastes of competition before the final Central Conference Tennis tournament. Although Sweetland and Zinszer are Seniors, Palmer, a Sopho- more, and Parker, a Freshman, will remain to carry on in other years Paul Sweetland Clyde Parker Harold Palmer Richard Zinszer Page Eighty Women’s Physical Education Elista ret h Barbour Geneva Millett fmtr Motors The Women’s Physical Education department offers opportunity for physical development of all women students including in the courses gymnasium work, dancing, swim- ming and sports. Majors and minors are offered in physical education, with annually from fifteen to twenty women specializing in this work. The major club consists of those majoring in physical education and furthers and develops interest and ability in the work of the department. MAJOR CLUB MEMBERSHIP Dorothy Legleiter, LaCrosse Mildred Schlyer, Hays Myrna Tomlinson, Garfield Margaret Nicholas, Salma Eleanor Chittenden, Hays Velma Green, Plainville Marie Mahoney, Timken Mary Gale Reece, Spivey Martha Wylie, Quinter Marie Hoffer, Ellis Yuba Hunsley, Earned Edith Hunsley, Lamed Kathryn Barnes, Bella ire Frances Hoff, Quinter Major Glubt Legleiter, Green, E. Hunsley, Y. Hunsley, Wyue, Schlyeh, Chittenden „ Hoff, Nicholas, Tomlinson, Reese, Barnes, Pjge Eighty-one HOCKEY CHAMPIONS; Top Row ; Hoff, Farrish, Wylie. Spitznaugle, L. Nicholas, Fran?. Bottom Fcjuy E. Hunsley, Reece, Cooper, McNinch, Hoffer, Wickizer, Tomlinson. Hockey Hockey is a major sport in the W A A , with the annual tournament as a regular fall feature From this intramural tournament is chosen an honor team, members of which are granted letters. This year, the fight for the championship lay between two teams, one composed entirely of sophomores and the other drawn from the remaining three classes, the latter winning by 2-0. SOPHOMORES: Barnes, Dixon, Berg in, Nicholas, Schlyer, Y, Hunsley, Nielson, Davidson, Elliot, Henderson, Paget, Page Eigbty-iwo DUCK CLUB: — Barnes, Davidson, Rhoades, Tomlinson p Nicholas, Hoff, Wenger, Schlyer, Y. Hunsley, Ghfen. Duck Club Kindred organizations are the Duck Club and the Life Savers. The former is a student organization of swimmers who love the sport and are proficient enough to pass the stringent membership tests, while the latter is a national organization sponsored by the Red Cross in which membership is granted only after passing cer- tain tests prescribed and administered by a Red Cross representative. LIFE SAVERS: Barnes, Tomlinson, Hoff, E, Huns ley, Green, Y. Huns ley, Chittenden. Davidson. Page Highly- ihrer W. A. A. The purpose of the women’s athletic association is to furnish opportunity and rewards for athletic recreational activity. This organization is open to any woman student who has made twenty-five points by participation in some sport. The W. A. A. sponsors all sports and also the annual high school girl’s efficiency meet. Among the sports sponsored by the W. A. A. in 1930-31 are soccer, hockey, basketball, volleyball, baseball, tennis, swimming, dancing, hiking, and skating. The Orchesus dancing society, the Duck Club, a swimming organization, and the Tennis Association all are under the auspices of the W. A. A. Besides participating in college efficiency meets and play-days, the W. A, A. holds an annual high school meet on the campus, which this year was held April 10 and IT OFFICERS Dorothy Leg le iter Eleanor Chittenden Alice Francis - Mildred Schlyer - Pauline Bergin Helen Fritts Margaret Nicholas - - President Vice-President - - Secretary T reasurer Financial Ma nager Health Manager - Social Manager To j Row ; Fritts, Reece, Gilpin, McNinch, Anderson, Tomlinson, Y. Hunsley, Schlyer, Nicholas, Chittenden, Franz L. Nicholas. Bottom Rmu : Rergin. Wylie, Hoff, E. Hunsley, Leg leiter, Francis, Facet. Page ACTIVITIES Music Festival The Hays Music Festival is an annual event grown dear and famous to music lovers of the state- Around the music contests of Western Kansas High Schools, Mr Malloy, has built a program of outstanding musical attractions, which this year included a recital by Kathleen Keksting, lyric soprano of the Chicago Civic Opera Company, a concert by the Kansas State College Band, and the featuring perform- ance of the Messiah, Handel’s great oratorio MUSIC FESTIVAL CALENDAR, 1931 Day and Date 9 A M. 1:30 P. M, 8:00 P. M, Wednesday April 29 Recital, Kathleen Kersting Chicago Civic Opera Co Thursday April 30 Music Contest Solos Music Contest Solos Concert, K S. C. Band Prof. Beclchelm, Pianist Friday May 1 Music Contest Bands Music Contest Orchestras Messiah Chorus, Orchestra, Soloists Saturday Mav 2 Music Contest Quartets, Glee Clubs Music Contest Choruses Scene from the May Fete of 1930 Page Eighty -six The Messiah The Messiah featured the oratorio quartet composed of: Miss Mekibah Moore, Soprano Mrs. Raymond Havens, Contralto Hobart Davis, Tenor Erle Dan ley, Baritone Supporting this quartet was the Festival Chorus, a per- manent organization of Hays voices, with accompaniment furnished by the Festival Orchestra, under the direction of Henry Edward Malloy. Combined College and High School Bands in Feature Concert Page Eighty -Jfven Women’s Glee Club The Women’s Glee Club of K, S, C, began its season of activities with the home concert, January 26, at the Trinity Lutheran Church, On January 27 it began its annual concert tour. During this tour concerts were given in twenty- one different towns including Ness City, Gar- den City, Holcomb, Montezuma, Cimarron, Kinsley, St, John, Lyons, Ellinwood, Bison, Great Bend, Hoisington, Sterling, Hutchinson, Larned, Dodge City, Scott City, Dighton, Woodston and Osborne, H f £. M ALLOY Director Evelyn Wagner ht Soprano QUARTET Virginia Sailors Dorothy King 2nd Soprano Mezzo Soprano Betty Hilsabeck — ■ Accompamsr Josephine Hunt Aftu STR I N G -WOOD ENSEMBLE Rarick, Kraus, Moran, Wickizer, Wagner, Hunt, Wright, Wickizer Pauley, Hilsabeck, King Pag E-ighty-eifilic Soloists Mary Gayle Reece Mezzo Soprano Ida Marie Wickizer Coloratura Soprano Lois Rarick Violinist Virginia Sailors Dramatic Soprano Women s Glee Club PERSONNEL Top Rem? Wilda Claire McReynolds Alice Start Lois Grip-ton Ann a belle Dickinson Georgia Purma Vivien Vincent Florence Pope Gladys Wiruth Clois Arnold Leona Peddycqrd Dorothy Moran Velma Krause Esther Fank hauser Helene Bock Second Rt u Arei Weitzel Helen Kistler Effie Denison Gladys Wickizer Gladys Spaniol Kathlvn Dennis Mont a Matthews Marv Reynolds Mary Gayle Reece Betty Hilsabeck Doris Pfister Avanelle Spangler Machine Shim mick Fern Lacey Thiref Rou? Anna Fan k hausfr Edrle Weicand Elizabeth Early Geneva Wright Thelma Daniels Letha Abell Mary Elizabeth Enfield Telka Krause Virginia Maxwell Freda Wilson Vivian Reeves Helen Deniston MEMBERS NOT IN PICTURE Fourth Raw Lois Bair Virginia Sailors Evelyn Wagner Viola Pauley H. E. Malloy Ida Marie Wickizer Marie Mahoney Fern Chamberlain Hazel Selling Florence Barry Rachel Green, Vivian Imow t Madge Slavens, Zelma Thogmartin, Marveline Conard, Stella Haise Eftie Rohe, Marjorie Walker Lilia Zimmett. Page Hljfiliiy -nine The “Collegians” orchestra is the official dance orchestra of the campus. It furnished music for all the school varsities during the year, and for a number of sorority and fraternity parties This is the “Collegians” first year as an organized orchestra. VICTOR M ER KY FIELD IRWIN CORDER MAHLVN KINSLEY MELVIN RRAI ¥ DAVID MARK EL DENE CAVIN GAYLE HESLET EE SERPAN iaaifi(i«Biii«iriiiiriiiifiari r iriaiririririir»riiiriri nrmnnTni %-REVEIlLE nnmnm Page Nirnrry Men’s Glee Club The Men ' s Glee Club this year en- gaged in a heavy schedule of concerts covering a wide range of territory. In addition to their annual concert tour which included twenty-seven towns, the club participated in a contest at McPher- son, and climaxed their season with the annual home concert on March 3. HOBART DA VIS Direrror QUARTET Steeples LaPlante 2nd Tenor Bztriton? McFaddin 1st Tenor Un«uh B2S5 -%r . Top fffnf; Davidson, Courtney, Darland, Knisley, Jennings, King, Unruh, Purma, Leonard, Williams, Leonard, Second FW: Barry, Batthour, Wells, Goertz, Meidig, Childs, Fryar, Smith, LaPlante, Wagner. Third Rou Hampton, Veasey, Faulkner, Schur, Smith, Imhofe, Tucker, Sweetland, Kraus. Fourth jRow: Baldwin, Maas, Askew, Anderson, Whitham, George, Courtney, Zinszer. Fifth Row: Rohinson, Schleuel, Hades, Holmes, Davis, Steeples, Lfvan. Not Pictured : Freeman, Harris, W. Lamoreux. Legleiter, McFadden, Vaughan. Page Ninety. one The Reveille Staff This bool; is a Junior class project, although many of the staff were drawn from the Sophomores, to whom the responsibilities of next year’s annual will be left with a sense of assurance grown from their hearty co-operation in this year ' s work Individual portraits appearing in these pages were taken at the Ferris Studio while the athletic pictures were taken To the Mid-Co lontinent Engraving Company of Wichita goes the credit for the art work and engraving of Salina handled the priming and binding of the books. by W. E. Ek¥y and the Consolidated Printing Company __ r . „ These companies and persons share with the staff an interest in the making of your book, Scott Wylie, Business Mutuiger Henry Buck, Asst. Bus. Manager Ernest Baker, Sports, THE STAFF Myrna Tomlinson, Feature Pauline Berg in, Women ' s Sports Donald Doane, Editor Fred Hemphill, Asst. Editor Gladys Chegwidden, Oye« Fictions Pag? Ninety- two The State College Leader The State College Leader is a student news publication. It was formerly known as the K. 5- T, C. Leader but since the recent change of the name of the College has been called the State College Leader. The editor is elected annually by student subscribers from those who have taken work in the journalism department- Katherine Rhoades — E ditor Fave Steiger — B usiness Manager Lon Robinson — A ssi stunt Editor THE STAFF Verner Williams — Ass ' t Business Mgr. Gladys Cheowidden — Society Velma Khaose- — Personals and Alumni Alice Start — S jJdris arid Exchange Mvhna Tomlinson — W omen’s Sport? Fn Holmes — F eatures Page Ninety- three The Aerend Dr. R. R. Macgregor Editor-In-Chief The Aerend is a quarterly publication containing literary compositions of students and faculty members, printed and bound by the State College Press, The official organ of the Quill Club, it affords opportunity for development of literary ability and an outlet for writings of merit. An editorial board of three persons is appointed for each issue, while contributions may come from any student or teacher on the campus. First published in January, 1930, already this publication has made for itself a place in Kansas literary circles. Aerend Editorial Board Summer, 1930; H. A. Zinszer Paul Fontaine C. F. Wiest Fall 1930 : C. F. Wiest L. D. Wooster Mrs. Grace Rogers Winter, 1931: L. D. Wooster C. E. Rarick T. W. Wells c wrevei lie mom Page Ninety-four Debate Three debate teams represented Ft, Hays R S C in forensic contests engaging in an active schedule which included two major tourna- ments. Opening the season with a practice tourna- ment, December 6-7 at Winfield, the men ' s team, composed of Saylor and Reece, won from Friends University and lost to Emporia Teachers, St Marys, Baker, and St Benedicts, while the women’s team, composed of Ann Davis and Margaret Bloome, defeated Pitts- burg, Sterling, and C of E , losing only to K S A C and McPherson Another practice debate between the men’s second team of Hugh Frusher and Walter Schmitt, met K S A C at Ellsworth on February 23 Prof, James Staet Coach Closing the home season with a victory over the Colorado State Teachers on March 18, Reece and Baker represented the men in the regional Pi Kappa Delta tournament at Pittsburg, gaining a decision over Southwestern but losing to Baker and Emporia Teachers Margaret Bloome and Ann Davis, representing the women in the same tournament, lost debates with Emporia Teachers, Friends, and Pittsburg James Reece Ernest Baker TEAMS Margaret Bloome Hugh Frusher Ann Davis Walter Schmitt Lawrence Sailor Page Ninrty-fivf y JQ : z ' 3 ' Maurice " Smret " Faulkner S tudent Director K. S. C. Fort Hays Concert Band Comm: Brad , Melvin Steeples, Wayne K mcsiff, Marlin Vaughn, R. E- Hampton, Ward Pruter, Archie Knisley. Lowell Wolfe, Harry Hoth-S: Bartholh;, Robert Schlegel, Elmer Carton, Bee George, Feed Cakounc, Noel Baritones: Palmer, Harold Kulp, C. W. Zimmerman, Alfred Clarinets; King, Dorothy Sc H LEGE L, SYLVtA Sekavec, Gordon Butler, Harold Leighton, Flossie Reder, Philip Skolout, Agnes Levan, Vfrl Tucker, Randall Calvert, Nadyne Neidic, Vernon Kulp, Mart Bass Clarinet; Serf an, Ed Saxophones: Hejdman, M a nett a Brull. Regina Heslet, Gatle Strimple, Easl Courtney, Vernon Chamberlain, Fern In low, Vivian Basses: Legleiter, Leo Rogers, Glenn Beungardt, Victor Merryfield, Vsctok Cordebc, Irwcn Percutssitm: Williams, Verner Moran, Dorotfly Markel, Da vtd Van Doren, Loyal Child ' s, Ammon Flutes: Vincent, Vivien HeRRMAN, Mart Reed, Blgabetr Trombones; Helm, William Schmidt, George Krause, Harvey Reeves, Vivian YEAR’S ACTIVITIES Pep Meetings Home Football Assembly Programs Maxine Band Booster Trip Football Txip to Salina Radio Broadcasting Invitation to Play at Basketball Games Basketball Tournament Annual Cortcett Annual Dance Music Festival Booster Trip Music Festi val Concert Anniversary Frederick E. Green Dimeter Book III GOOD FELLOWSHIP FRATERNITIES SORORITIES Fraternities and Sororities With the change in name and nature of the schooi, fraterni- ties and organizations may also he expected to undergo a radical change. The status of a liberal arts institution will permit the establishment of national honorary’ and social organizations which were barred as long as Hays remained a teachers college. Among those national honorary societies now open to Hays is that of Phi Beta Kappa, an honorary scholastic society, a chapter of which will probably be installed soon if present plans do not miscarry. In social fraternities, strictly teachers ' college organizations were previously permitted, but now the field is open for membership in any prominent national fra- ternity or sorority. At present on the campus are four fraternities, three of which are national, and five sororities, all national. These organizations are fast growing in size and influence and are taking a large part in support of campus activities. 7 rREVEI LLE mm pjjie Nincty-cighT MEMBERS Henry Buck, Belleville Clayton Campbell, Victor Max Campbell, Wakeeney Herbert Chittenden, Hays Roger Fritts, Paradise Henry Foreman, Hanston Fred Hemphill, Clay Center Victor Hubbs, Dorrance Judd Miller, Kipp Neil Simmons, Lucas Wayne Steeples, Pako Scott Wylie, Qu inter Donald Zejgler, Codell Francis Barry, Hays James Carmichael, Quinter Walter Cormack, Rossyille Clarence Hartsell, Preston Delbert McQueen, Quintet Clyde Melton, Hays Lawrence Rarick, Hays Edward Serpan, LaCrosse Jesse Schmitt, Hays Sigma Roy Cooper, Dor ranee Kenneth Jacka, Arnold Val Walker, Englewood Victor Wells, Hays James McGrath, Hays Delwyn Allphin Pako Dale Bartlett, Bird City Eugene Cavin, LaCrosse Casey Jones, Hill City Jack Finch am, Pratt Tau Gamma Melvin Brady, Dorrance Merlin Wilkinson, Quinter Merwyn Miller, Hays Vernal Duncan, Wakeeney James Vaughan , G reen ville, S C PLEDGES Ernest Hoopes, Lucas Norman Lietzke, Augusta Alford Simons, Burden Philip Reder, Atlanta Page Ninety-nine MEMBERS Herbert Drake, Nekoma Carl Firebaugh, Augusta Thomas Himes, Hoxie Harry Pratt, Stud Icy Lawrence Romieser, Timken Herman Rothe, Bison Gayle Ryan, Brownell Harlan Toothaker, Hays George Balls, Hays George Clow, Augusta Milton Deets, Gar field Fred Dellett, Rush Center Arlyn Drake, Nekoma Lynn Drake, Natoma Gordon Farr, Russell Orvis Grout, Hays Vernon Mulch, Scott City William Nichols, Hoxie Phi Sigma Epsilon Wayne Houdyshell, Pawnee Rock Bert Lane, Bazine Farran Carter, Kansas City Gerald French, Pawnee Rock Tine Harbaugh, Bunkerhtll John Harbaugh, Bunkerhill Jess Woodruff, Minneapolis Robert Mosier, Hoxie Albert Hawkes, Hays Harold Fox, Ellis Hugh Harrill, Augusta Wade Moriarity, Augusta Howard Dean, Agra Fred Frye, Pawnee Rock Ward Shull, Horton Richard McFadden, Natoma Arthur Livingston, Menlo PLEDGE — John Mays, Kanopolis mmm MiririirriiiriMiriTiiiiiiirifiririiiiii till 1111 m I REVEILLEl film Page One Hundred MEMBERS Raymond Darland + Codoll National Honorary Sinfonian Maurice Faulkner, Great Bend Raymond Fryar, Burton Leo Legleiter, LaCrosse VYrl Levan, Ness City Harold Palmer, Hays Lon Robinson, LaCrosse Lawrence Sayler, Great Bend Elmer Schlegel, Hays Vernhh Williams, Ness City William Maas, Ford Randall Tucker, Codeli O. P. Weigel, Hays Phi Mu Alpha Harry Wolfe, Ellis Charles Eads, Quinter Gordon Sekavec, Brownell Ralph Veasey, Hays Ammon Childs, Rexford Leander Imhoff, Colby Marlyn Kingsley, Ellis Prof, Frederick H, Green PLEDGES John Baldwin, Lyons Harvey Krause, Otis mini iYirifi mini Page One Hundred One MEMBERS John An derson, Roxbury Ernest Baker, Hays Lloyd Cunningham, Hays Marion Coulson, Plains Earl Drag go, Luray Harry Glass, Altoona Harold Ki merer. Hunter Lowell Knisley, Logan Gerald Long, Wakeeney James Reece, Lucas William Wagner, Wakeeney Donald Williams, Luray Frank Vande Water, Hays Vernon Courtney, Wakeeney Henry Elias, McCracken Charles Heaton, St. John William Helm, Simpson Doyle Hoagland, Jetmore Ralph Leonard, Hanston Clarence Leonard, Hanston Glenn Lowry, Webster William Mitchell, Ness City Edwin Van Doren, Hays Loyal Van Doren, Hays Lowell Yasmer, Arnold Kappa Beta Tau Roy Campbell, Hays William Stewart, Weskan George Smith, Luray Marion Smith, Plains Roger Unruh, Pawnee Ruck Lawrence Taylor, St. John Virgil Brown, Oakley Edgar Dragoo, Luray Wesley Freeman, Wellsford Herbert G Orval Lockhart, Luray William Lamoreux, Oakley Ray Messick, Oakley Lawrence Myers, Oakley Vernon More man, Ross vi lie Robert Riel, Watseka, ILL William Schwab, LaCrosse Wilbur Whig and, LaCrosse Marvin Wilson, Mulvane Hi, Wakeeney Page One Hundred Two Tomlinson Rhoades McWilliams Rfineckk Nielsen Steelier Wenger Baknfs Hill Wright Panhellenic The Panhellenic organization of Ft. HaysK. S. C. was organized December 12, 1925 for the purpose of promoting better cooperation and friendliness among the sororities. During its existence it has done much to raise the standard of scholarship among the sorority girls. It supervises rush week activities and makes all necessary rules and regulations. REPRESENTATIVES Alpha Sigma Alpha Alice Nielsen, Fair port Geraldine Reinecke, Great Bend Pi Kappa Sigma Wauneta Hill, Logan Kathryn Barnes, Bel I ai re Delta .Sigma Epsi on Geneva Wright, Kinsley Effie Mae McWilliams, Quinter Sigma Sigma Sigma Faye Steiger, Menlo Pearl Wenger, Selden Theta Sigma Upsilan Katherine Rhoades, Hays Myrna Tomlinson, Garfield Faculty Advisor — Miss Elizabeth J. Agnew mum %-revei lle iriiriiriiiiriaimitiBririiiriririTiiiriiiifiiririfiiiririririiiaOT Page On; Hundred Thr.e Alpha Sigma Alpha Louise Bowlus, Russell Eleanor Chittenden, Hays Dorothy King, Hays Velma Krause, Delphos Relva Mqtz, Hays Alice Neilsen, Fairport Geraldine Reinecke, Great Rend Virginia Sailors, Dodge City Marjorie Walker, Brownell Effle Denison, Hoxic Beth Hark ness, Hays Stella May Buffer, BunkerhilJ Evelyn Pauley, Logan Viola Pauley, Logan Mary Gayle Reece, Spivey Established at K, S, C. Hays, 1928 Colors- Pearl White and Crimson; Paim Green and GoR Flowers: Aster and Narcissus . Louise: Bcjwlus Eleanor Chittenden Effie Denis dn Annabelle Howell Stella Mat Hupfer Dorothy Kino Louise Madsen MEMBERS Velma Krause Evelyn Pauley Viola Pauley Belva Mari Alice Nf.ilsen PLEDGES Louie Platts Katherine Pratt Kathryn Parsons Beth Harkness Mary Gayle Reece Sylvia Schlegel V ine ini a Sailors Clara White MwmmimiwwmMMiwMmmMwmmTivRivu ue imuiffi Page One Hundred Four Delta Sigma Epsilon Vena Mae Davidson, Hays Hila J ansen, Bison Dorothy Legleiter, LaCrosse Marie Pi von k a Mahoney, Timken Kathryn Marshall, Wakeeney Effie Mae McWilliams, Qu inter Bernice Meyer, Bison Juanita Meyer, Bison Ardelia Wamhoff, Holyrood Thelma Wilson, LaCrosse Geneva Wright, Kinsley Alice Bartell, Ellis Vivian Inlow, Hill City Stella Haise, Russell Wynona House, Rush Center Georgia Burma, Grinnell Will a Robb, Menlo Annette Scrogcs, Ellis Ellen Stradal, Wakeeney Alice 13 arte ll Marveling Conard Vena Mam Davidson Josephine Parrish Stella Haism Wynona House Vivian Inlow Hila Jansen Established at K, S, C. Hays, 1925 Colors: O ive Green and Cream, Flower; Cream Tea Rose. MEMBERS Dorothy Liol biter Marie Mahoney Joyce Marshall Kathryn Marshall Eltie Mae McWilliams Bernice Meyer Juanita Meyee Georgia Them a Willa Robb PLEDGE; Opal Herbert, Ellis, ANNerre Scrogos Ellen Stradal Norm a Stradal Louise Timken Evelyn Wagner Edrie Weigand Thelma Wilson Geneva Wright Page One Hundred Five Sigma Sigma Sigma Rhobia Anderson, Qberlin Clara Bock, Good land Helene Bock, Good land Alice Francis, Oberlin Velma Green, Plain ville l S la Gilpin, Codell Ruth Hogan, Salina Florence Pope, Sdden Faye Steiger, Menlo Pearl Wenger, Sdden Gladys Wickizer, Hays Thelma Kelly, Phillipsburg Kathryn Kincaid, St. Francis Hazel Seiling, Hays Ellen Snyder, Soldier Ines Spitznaugle, Wakeeney Ida Marie Wickizer, Hays Established at K. 8, C. Hays, 1925 Colors: Royal Purple and White. Flower: Purple Violet. Rhobia Anderson Ruth Blackburn Clara Bock Helene Bock Edith Davidson Alice Fhancis Isla Gilpin members Velma Green Ruth Hoc an Thelma Killy Kathryn Kincaid Thurlene Perkins Doris Poster Florence Pope Hazel Seiling PLEDGE: Mart Elizabeth Enfield Ellen Snyder Ines Spifznaugle Fay Steiger Pearl Wenger Gladys Wickizer Ida Marie Wickizer Freda Wilson REVEILLE Pift One Hundred Six m Pi Kappa Sigma Kathryn Barnes, Bellaire Wauneta Hill, Logan Pauline Jackson, Claudell Agnes McPeak, Hunter Ruth Moore, Stockton Bernice Elliott, Weskan Yljba Hunsley, Lamed Doris Peterson, Deerfield Bernice Richwlne, Holcomb Winifred Roe, Russell Madge Slavens, Codell Margaret Smith, Great Bend Abi Weltzel, LaCrosse Established at K. S. C. Hays, 1930 Colors: Turquoise Blue and Gold. Flowers: Yellow Jonquils and Forget-me-nots, Clois Arwoll Kathryn Barney Bern icr Elliott Wauneta Hill Geraldine Hill Yuba Hunsley MEMBERS Pauline Jackson Rachel Green Agnes McPeak Ruth Moore Dorie Peterson Winifreo Roe Jewel Royce Bernice Rich wine Madci Slavens Margaret Smith Abi Weittel sriti ilffl Page One Hundred Seven Theta Sigma Upsilon Pauline Berg in, Bogue Eloise Bloome, Rexford Margaret Bloome, Rexford Gladys Chegwidden, Lucas Kathlyn Dennis, Woodston Helen Fritts, Paradise Wilabour Hardy, Hays Frances Hoff, Quintet Margaret Nicholas, Saiina Eileen Northup, Quintet Katherine Rhoades, Hays Mildred Schlyer, Hays Alice Start, Hays Myrna Tomlinson, Garfieid Edith Hunsley, Lamed Frances Shields, Hoxic Lelia ZimmEtt, Minneola Mont a Matthews, LaCrosse Josephine Hunt, Hays Established at K, S, C. Hays, 1928 Colors: Rose and Sih’er, Flower: Rose, Pauline Berg in Eloise Bloome Margaret Bloome Gladys Chegwidden Nova Cox Kathlyn Dennis Helen Fritts PLEDGES: Deborah Blattner, MEMBERS WlLABOUR HaRDY Frances Hope Edith Hunsley Mont A Matthews Fern Morrissette Margaret Nicholas Hubbell, Josephine Hunt, Arlene Eileen Northup Katherine Rhoades Mildred Schlyer Gladys Sfaniol Alice Start Myrna Tomlinson Lelia Zimmett Vivien Reeves, Frances Shields. REVEILLE Page One Hundred Eight Members Ernest Baker, Hays Margaret Bloome, Rexfotd Ann Davis, Liberal Wesley Freeman, Wellsford Wilabour Hardy, Hays Clyde Putnam, Haven James Reece, Lucas Lawrence Saylor, Great Bend Valorie Wiruth, Cuba Pi Kappa Delta National Honorary Forensic Fraternity Nu Chapter Installed at K S. C 1924 Faculty Members Prof James Start Prof L. D. Wooster Prof R L, Parker Honorary Archdeacon C E Coles Other Members Josephine Hunt, Hays Page On? Hundred Niue Members Miss Manetta Heidman Faculty Admser Alice Beesley, Gove Treasurer Helene Bock, Goodland President Birdena Hackett, McCracken Ruth Moore, Stockton Vice-President Florence Pope, Selden Guard Grace Spoelstra, Prairie View Secretary Pearl Wenger, Selden Keeper of Archives Kappa Omicron Phi Honorary Home Economics Sorority Established at IC S, C. 1925 Colors: Red and Gold Flower: Poppy Puhiication: “DistafP 1 pjge On Hundred Ten rmnnfT P i Gamma Mu The national honorary Social Science fraternity, Pi Gamma Mu, functions on the campus of the State College through its Zeta chapter This chapter repre- sents the youngest fraternal organization in our midst, having been granted a charter on March 11, 193 L The purpose of this fraternity is the inculcation of the ideals of scholarship, scientific attitude and method, and social service in relation to all social problems The purposes of the organization, which are divided between scholastic and recreational activities, are carried on through the following committees; Executive, Program, Social, Publicity, and Research OFFICERS Ida L Smith - Gerald Long G H Landrum President ' Vice-President - Secretary-Treasurer FOUNDATION MEMBERSHIP Miss Elizabeth J Agnew Nancy Beesley Miss Ruth E Bell Otis Doane Miss Maude Gorham Wilabour Hardy Mrs. Pearl Cruise Wauneta Hill Miss Maude McMindes Louisa Hotz Dr, R. R. Macgregor Brooka Knowles Prof, C. E. Rarick Gerald Long Mr. F. B. Streeter Glen Rogers Dr. W. H. Walker Grace E. Rogers Dr, C. F Wiest Esther Sweetland Pres W. A. Lewis Ralph Veasey Prof. C, H Landrum Valor ie Wiruth Ida L Smith Lawrence Saylor Prof. James E. Rouse Landrum Lon q Smith The 11 noli Pag. Onr Hundred Ekvtn Fraternity Directory A collection of valuable information concerning the socially elite Phi Mu Alpha: (Associated Musicians, Inc) Motto: Music hath charms to calm the savage heart Emblem: Harp — an earthly one, for none remains for them above Distinguishing characteristic: An Irish nose — it turns up Phi Sigma Epsilon: (American Athletic Union, branch office) Motto: Drink through the happy hours Emblem; Padlock Distinguishing characteristic: A chronic cold (accounting for the red noses ) Sigma Tau Gamma: (National Democratic Committee Training School) Motto: To the victor belong the spoils. Win that election Emblem: The soap box Distinguishing characteristic: Thar baby kissing congressman manner. Kappa Beta Tau: (E Plurihus unum ) Motto: One in every home by Easter Emblem: The pledge ribbon Distinguishing characteristic: An eagle eye, developed by constant search for pledges. Alpha Sigma Alpha: (Matrimony Club, results guaranteed ) Motto: We always get our man Emblem: The diamond Distinguishing characteristic: The bridal blush Sigma Sigma Sigma: (Home Maker ' s Training School). Motto: The way to a man ' s heart is through his stomach Embfem: The skillet. Distinguishing characteristic: Domesticity Theta Sigma Upstlon: ( Subsidiary of the W. A. A.) Motto: Strength Emblem; W, A. A pin Distinguishing characteristic: Athlete ' s foot Delta Sigma Epsilon: ( What the well dressed college woman is wearing.) Motto: Fashion at any cost Emblem: The glove Distinguishing characteristic: By their dress shall ye know them Pt Kappa Sigma: (A lusty infant ,) Motto: Quality not quantity Emblem: Custer ' s last stand Distinguishing characteristic: That distinctive air REVEI HE tiiifllifl Pag z One Hundred Twelve ORGANIZATIONS K-Club Scott Wylie Farran Carter Carl Thurlow - - President - Vice-President Secretary-T rcasurer The K-Club is an organization of all the men who have been awarded letters in some form of athletic competition The purpose is to promote interest in Hays athletics and to preserve among its athletes a common bond of fellowship Sponsorship of basketball tournaments and assistance in the handling of all athletic contests and reception of visiting athletes all constitute a part of the regular duties of the club There are at present forty-four active members of the K-Club in school. MEMBERS Scott Wylie, Qu inter Josh Cox, Smith Center Farran Carter, Kansas City, Kansas Tine Harbaugh, Bunker Hill Jesse Woodruff, Minneapolis Carl Firebaugh, Augusta Donald Zeigler, Codell Virgil Brown, Oakley Vernon Moreman, Rossville Charles Irvin, Winfield, Missouri Lawrence Myers, Oakley Lawrence Rarick, Hays Julius Bahl, Hays Ward Shull, Horton Ray Quinlan, Lyons Willis Neil, Scott City Warren Portenier, Golden, Colorado Howard Lamoreux, Oakley Bert Lane, Bazine Adolph Schrlner, Bison M Erwin Wilson, Mulvane Harold Fox, Ellis Gordon Farr, Natotna Irvin Corder, Hays Robert Riel, Watseka, Illinois Jess Schmitt, Fairview Merlin Wilkinson, Quinter Max Campbell, Hunter Hobart Jackson, El Dorado Carl Thurlow, Hill City Norman Lietzke, Augusta Paul B Gross, Hays Jack W Riley, Hays George Clow, Augusta El wood Mackenzie, Oberlin Bernard Martin, Beeler Arlyn Drake, Rozelle James Burchett, Oberlin Bill Bear ley, Atwood Gus Werth, Hays Wayne Houdyshell, Pawnee Rock Glenn Lowry, Webster Paul Sweetland, Hays Fred Albertson, Hays Page One Hundred Fourteen Y. W. C. A. The Young Women ' s Christian Association of Ft. Hays K. S. C. has as its pur- pose the spiritual, physical, and mental development of its members. Its Three-fold aim is: L To unite in the desire to realise full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. 2. To determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. 3. In this task to seek and to understand Jesus and follow Him. CABINET Florence Daniels, President Lillian Claar, Vice-President Thelma Daniels, Secretary Rachel Hart, Treasurer Mildred La Rue, Social Chairman Miss Maud Gorham Bee Carton, Devotional Chairman Fern Lacy, Music Chairman Beth Barton, Publicity Cbairmctn Lois Rarick, Social Service Alice Beesley, Finance Chairman - Sponsor Barton Claar Daniels, F, Daniels, T. Garton Hart La Rue Rarick Pjge One Hundred Fifteen Commercial Club Andrew Bahl Harvey Bartel Dorothy Blschof Henry Elias Ruth Frisbie Ruby Frisbie Ernest Hoopes Helen Frusher James Hotz MEMBERS Brooka Knowles Esther Kolsky Ruthetta Krause Elmer Liss Gerald Long Ella Major Clyde Melton Bernice Meyer Juanita Meyer Frank Perkins L, L. Thompson — Fdeidty Adviser Dale Perkins Hyacinth Roth Leo Roth Norma Stradal Harry Struss Opal Touktjllott Mrs, Neta Tritt Melvin Wilson Victor Hubbs OFFICERS L, L. Thompson Hyacinth Roth Andrew Bahl - Leo Roth - - Faculty Adviser President - Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Pjgj One Hundred Sixteen Science Club MEMBERS Delwin Allfhin J. E. Ashley Shirley Bared George Balis Ray Bees ley Dale Bern reck Fred Beiker Gilman Bishop Deborah Blattner Eloise Bloqme At Boos Ray Brown Virgil Brown Eula Bryan Mildred Buck John Bud with Winston Bull James Burchett Clayton Campbell Roy Campbell Eugene Carlile Glen Carlton James Carmichael Wayne Carr Eugene Cavin Fannie Clark Ferna Coomds Marion Conley Lloyd Cunningham Gladys Darnell Kenneth Day Dr W. A, Barton Faculty Adviser Fred Dmllett Harry Dickinson Edgar Dragoq Herbert Drake Vernal Duncan Bernice Elliott Ethel Ensign Jack Fincham Henry Foreman Edgar Frusher Roger Fritts Robert Fulton Muriel Gihbens Oscar Gish Henry Goertz Albert Green Edith Griffith Herbert Griffith Edith Gunckel Fern Hall Charles Glenn Rachel Hart Glenn Hayes Charles Heaton Raymond Hermann Oscar Herrick Alma Hewson Thomas Hill Doyle Hoadland John Horak Golda Howard Art Heffel FaVNE HUBbELL Clarence Jackson Pansy Jantzen Robert Jenntson Bernice Johnson Harold Jones Karl Kreth Willard Larson Mildred LaRue Arthur Liv ingstone Orval Lockhart John Lough ridge Bernard Martin Ellwood Mackenzie Gertrude McCoy Ralph McGimsey James McGrath Audra McLeod Irma Miller William Mitchell Vernon Moreman Lawrence Meyers Wti.liam Michols Charlie Northop Walter Park Warren Pgrtinier Harry Pratt W. A. Richmond James Robinson Frank Rofp Herman Rothe Gayle Ryan Jesse Schmitt Russell Schmitt William Schwas S. M. Schwartz hope Muriel Sharpe Mildred Shortrioce Alford Simons Lillian Smith Neil Simmons Margaret Smith William Stewart Elza Stull Lucile Summers Francis Tritt Frank Van DeWater Edwin Van Doren Sylvanus Wasinger Wilbur Weigand Faul Whitman Merlin Wilkinson Donald Williams Homer Williams Mervin Wilson WAVA WlNELAND Emmett Yeager Donald Ziegler Lloyd Cunnyngham President Eloise Bloome Vice Prejicienf Pigc One Hundred Seventeen Social Science Club Ralph Arnold, Hays W. L. Bear LEV, Atwood Eula Bryan, Pretty Prairie Dwight Burk head, Hays J. K + CarStens, Jennings Lee Cashman, Powhattan Ella Claar, Oberlin Otis Doane, Good land Earl Dr a goo, lola Gordon Farr, Russell Joseph Fisher, Larned Louie Garlow, Ames Harry Glass, Altoona C + K Glenn, Goodland Hannah Hansen, Courtland Joseph Fisher Secretary-T reasurer Wauneta Hill President Louisa Hotz Vice-President Prof. C. FL Landrum — Facuk} 1 Adviser MEMBERS Wauneta Hill, Logan Louisa Hqtz, Hays Bert Lane, Bazine Florence Lavery, Cawkcr City Norman Leitzke, Augusta Mary Miller, Claflin Katherine Pratt, Stud ley Adolf Schriner, Bison E, L. Slightam, Stockton Pearl Slightam, Stockton Ida Smith, Belleville Leroy Standley, Hays George Svatos, Pawnee Lucille Thompson, Gove George Fringer, Burr Oak Josh Cox, Smith Center Pjgf One Hundred Eighteen Home Economics Club Ruth Anderson Elva Bartel Irene Bear Alice Bees ley Ruth Blanton Eloise Bloom e Helene Bock Doii Mae Bradbury Genevieve Brock Bernice Chegwidden Nova Cox Arva Davis Josephine Parrish Rhea Gross Organized September 15 , 1925 MEMBERS Bird ena Hackett Stella Haise Allene Henderson Opal Herbert Frances Janda Viola Black Mildred Jelinek Mildred Kingsley Helen Kistler Janice Lyons Mary McNinch Ruth Moore Agnes McPeak OFFICERS Miss Manetta Heidman Alice Bees ley Helene Bock - Anna belle Dickinson Effie Mae McWilliams Eileen Northup Florence Pope Mary Reed Melva Rod rock Annette Scroggs Ines Spitz naugle Grace Sfoelstra Alice Greenwald Goldie Stamper Elsie Wagner Pearl Wenger Annabelle Dickinson Alice Kartell Foculry Adviser - President Vice-President - Secr etary The REVEI Page One Hundred Nineteen Ott Weigel Qrvis Grout Cheer Leaders Promoting enthusiasm and loyally supporting the teams, the Tiger cheer leaders played a large part in keeping up the spirit of the Tiger teams. With the aid and support of the Pep Clubs, the cheer leaders kept the spirits at a high pitch even in the face of discouragement and defeat. The test of a school ' s loyalty comes in the losing, and through this test Hays students came last fall with flying colors. When your heart thrills to the memory of “Go ,You Hays Tigers” and the famous “Rick, Rack! Gold, Black!” you ' ll think of these leaders; Glenn Lowry Ott Weigel Orvis Grout Pjge One Hundred Twenty nnnnnnn To Row : Roe, Wylie, Green, Childs, McQueen, Darland, Long, Struss, Grout, Krause, Second itouc Vincent, Rodrick, Wenger, McFarland, Pratt, Green, Bergin, Wicrizmr, Wright, Houghton. TKitkJ fioitj; Enfield, Sfaniol, Meyer, Weigel, Royce, Hilsabeck, Tomlinson. Pep Club The Pep Club of Ft, Hays K, S C is divided into two separate groups. The women’s group is called the “Tigerettes " while the men ' s group is known as the “Cat ' s Meow " These groups have done much to arouse school spirit and enthusi- asm at all school contests. The members of the “Tigerettes " are chosen, three from each sorority and a corresponding number from the student body at large. Ammon Childs Delbert McQueen Raymond Darland Gerald Long Geneva Wright Gladys Houghton Mary Elizabeth Enfield Winifred Roe Martha Wylie Betty Hills a beck Velma Green MEMBERS MEN Harry Struss Okvis Grout Ottq Weigel Vernon Mulch Gayle Ryan WOMEN Velma Krause Fern Vincent Melva Roderick Pearl Wenger Rachel Green Virginia McFarland Scott Wylie Clyde Parker James Vaughan John Baldwin Kathryn Pratt Pauline Berg in Ida Marie Wickizer Gladys Spaniol Bernice Meyer Jewel Royse Myrna Tomlinson Pj{£ c Otic Hundred Twenty-one English Club The English club was organized for the purpose of stimulating interest in the different departments of English, Its membership is composed for the most part of those majoring or minoring in English, However, others are eligible to membership, MEMBERS Alberta Alexander Susan Madden Louise Bowlus Kate Marsh Bernadine Cooper Sarah McKinney Ann Davis Lota McMahon Howard Dean Nina Mosley Beulah Dixon Vivian Munger Dorothy Rischoe Mae Patterson Richard Funk Mildred Schlegel Wilma Glass Faye Steiger Ruby Hall Louise Timken Helen Hartzell Ardelia Wamhoff Bessie Ellen Hill Clara White Ruth Ann Hogan Thelma Wilson Pauline Jackson Helena Wolleson Hila Jansen Rebecca Wells Taylor Rachel Lacy Mary Whitmore Anne Laughlin Dorothy Henderson Dorothy Legleiter Helen Malcolm Eleanor Streiff OFFICERS Helen Malcolm - - - President Rebecca Wells Taylor - - Secretary Prof. T, W. Wells - Facility Adviser Dr. R. R. Macgregor . - Faculty Adviser Page One Hundred Twenty-two Art Lovers Club The Art Lovers Club of Ft. Hays K. S. C. was established for the purpose of giving those interested in art an opportunity to study its different branches. Free hand drawing, painting in water colors and oils, pottery work, art appreciation, and charcoal work are a few of the phases studied. Each year this club sponsors an art exhibit which is held in Forsyth Library. At this exhibit collections of modern painters are secured. Many of the better works of the college art department are also placed on exhibit OFFICERS Margaret Meade Ruby Campbell Florence Daniels - - President V ice-PresMcnt Sccretary-T Treasurer Miss Elsie Harris — Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Kathryn Marshall Ruby Campbell Geneva Wright Clara Bock Irene Standley Ely a Bartel Edna Close Irene Van Pelt Gladys Roenne Elsie Fenton Lela Alderson Ruth Conley Fern MaRRissETTE Faye Steiger Julia Baden hoop Margaret Nelson Florence Daniels Josie Pugh Opal Paynter Winifred Brannan Geraldine Reinecke Josephine Tobias Margaret Meade Florence Shumaker Kathryn Offeree Evelyn Pauly Etwoon Gibson Gracia Carroll Ellen Snyder Mary Whitmore Galene Perkins Marveune Conard irimii vhc revei he i¥irimririiiii Pific One Hundred Twenty- three Quill Club The Quill Club is a literary organization for the purpose of creating an interest in creative writing among the students, and to recognize literary merit wherever found upon the campus The Aerend, a quarterly publication containing stories, essays, and poems, is entirely the work of this organization, and furnishes an outlet for student and faculty composition. Although only in its first year, already this club numbers among its mem- bers over twenty students and faculty members, several of whom are writers of recognized ability MEMBERS Du, A. W. Barton - Mrs, Thelma Hruza - Dr. R. R. Macgregor - President Secretary Editor in chief Prof L D. Wooster Prof T. W Wells Prof, F. B, Streeter Prof. C. H. Landrum Dr. H. A. Zinszer Dr H. B. Reed Dr. C F Wiest Dr. C. E. Rarick Miss Margaret Haggart Dr. James McGrath Mrs. Glenn Rogers Helen Christie Malcolm Carey Coles Geraldine Relnecke Ruthetta Krause Lillian Claak Ellen Snyder Clara White Anne Laughlin EDITORIAL BOARD L. D. Wooster C. E. Rarick T. W. Wells tiirBriririririfiriririri»riiiririMiirirififiriiiri!iiriiriiiifiiiri!iiriii REVEiLLE(iiririii Page One Hundred Twenty-four Press Club The Press Club was organized in October, 1931 by the members of the Leader staff. The purpose of this club is to promote the interests of student publications and to help those interested in journalism and newspaper work. It is expected that this organization will in time develop into a professional journalistic fraternity. The club membership is made up from those majoring or minoring in journal- ism and all members of the Leader staff. CHARTER MEMBERS Katherine Rhoades, Hays Alice Start, Hays Faye Steiger, Menlo Fred Hemphill, Clay Center Verner Williams, Ness City Ed Holmes, Great Bend Lon Robinson, LaCrosse Velma Krause, Delphos Myrna Tomlinson, Garfield FACULTY SPONSOR Earl E. Strimple, Professor of Journalism Page One Hundred Twemy-five State College Press Walter Wallerstedt Printer Fred Hemphill Assistant The State College Press does not only the job printing for all departments of the college, but prints the Leader and the Aerend , campus publications Under the supervision of Walter Wallerstedt, veteran and capable superintendent, this shop takes care of all the campus printing and gives work to several student printers. Surprising indeed is the amount of work put out by this single shop, surprising that is, until one knows Wallerstedt, This gem of a printer not only does the work of several under trying circumstances, but has made himself loved by every student for his helpful and loyal spirit Comparing Room One Hundred Tweniy-six Health Department Earl R Morris, m« d College Pfvydrian Jessie B Pearce School Nurse One of the most valuable additions in recent years is the Health Department which, under the supervision of Dr Morris, has done much to protect the health of the students With a well-equipped office on the second floor of the Coliseum, Dr Morris and Miss Pearce not only advise and teach, but do practical work in remedying student physical ailings and treating common student diseases Whether it ' s a cold or broken leg, Dr Morris will fix it Page One Hundred Twemy-seven Book IV APPRECIATION PERSONALITIES VIRGINIA SAILORS Beauty MISS ELLEN STRADAL Beauty EFFIE MAE McWILLIAMS Reveille Frolic Queen GLADYS SPANIOL Popularity ARLAN DRAKE Popularity FARRAN CARTER Most Handsome Man Beauty Contest Judges The beauty contest winners pictured in the preceding pages were chosen by the groups pictured above. To the Delta Delta Delta sorority of the Kansas State College at Manhattan fell the choice of the most handsome man, while the Sigma Nil fraternity of the same school made the choices of the most beautiful women. To the organizations of a sister school we wish to express our thanks and appreciation, as well as our commendation for their taste. TRIVIALITIES J. Our “Pef)” Band 2 Down by the Dam 3. Football Trip Over 4 - To Lewis F eLf 5 O. K. “Woody” 6. Hold It “Jack!” 7 Bel ween Classes _ -j. Page One Hundred Thirty-fight 1. A reflection in the matter 2. Is it a Rose ? 3. Can Me Wash and Mow? 4 The Famous J T.K -s 5. Hi Feet! Wkere s the hoy ? 6, Meat — Poor Froshf 7 Dotvn the stream 8 . The hall of Fame 9 Prex takes a Walk Pigf On( Hundred Thirr y-nine I Just Gladys 2. Pi Kappas 3. Two Bums ? 4. T he Printers 5t Wah, r I want It, 6 Delta Sigs — Sisters 7 At Custer HaH 8, Founders Day 9, The Scouts nm Pigt On Hundred Forty IjfFJ 1 TWjt Bi9 v; m is ■PS w In 1. Indiutriaf 2. Vicu) from the air 3. Whose It ? 4- Soap Peddler 5. Tiger Ca e 6 Comic on roof 7 Hold It 8 Please Smile Pig On Hundred Fortp-fifie 1. Wesley Hall 2. Knou Them? 3. fie careful 4 . Tufo Freshmen 5 OH J say, Wait Alice 6, Mama ' s Darlings 7 At Sunset fl. JTK House Page One Hundred F rty-iwo 1, Phi Sigs Talk it over 2, Phi M us Go Athletic 3, A campus Scene 4 “Connie” in action 5 In the cwlvert 6 Is that Ntce? 7 Two Loafers Page One Hundred Forfy-ihree L Christmas Spirit 2 , Boys Will Play 3 HomecommgPMA 4. Two Jolly Sailors 5 Be Careful 6 It Snotved 7. What a face “LEG” Pag Onf Humuind Forty-four 1. Delta Pledges 2 Sigma Tam “WE” 3 Tagged 4 Mare Pledges 5 Oh Please! 6 Kappa Betas 7 Now Yaw Qutr fi A Real Battle P ge On Hundred Forty-fiy DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS COfT ? « i H. ifi Sh ' ■. ftv l EgfL i j UPgJ 1 « 0 Pag One Hun Jr d Forry-iix Pig One Hundred Forty-Jcvcn 1 The Spirit of f 76 2 Tri Sigs at play 3 . Fish pond loafers 4 . A Campus Scene 5. Yes, Its RaricfcV Smile 6 Tom? Up a Tree 7 Going West to Science 8 . They haii from Augusta Pjgt One Hundred Forty-eight L A Cook in more than name! 2 Preparation of the fossil purchased by the Junior Cia.«s as a memorial . 3, T he faculty visits The Lone Sentinel near Cdst e Boclt. 4, Sternberg and Waiter at wort, 5, Sammies of Sternberg’s art, 6 Geneva Wright and Esra Moser try their hands Pigt One Hundred Party-Dint Scenes at the Freshman- Sophomore Track Meet 1. They re Off l 2 Some of the Spectators 3 Hitfh jumpers 4- The shot put 5 Pull ' em up Kid l 6« Whot faces 7 Here comes Don 8 Busch sets the styles in starters uniforms. pi W X i pajjc One Hundred Fifty I Three Stuientsf 2. Beauty in repose 3, Ye Frosh coach. 4 Yeager poses, but for- gets to smile 5. Red observing Bert ' s Technique. 6, Oh, for the sun that we might glimpse the gold in their hair. 7 Butiicith and his et calf 8 What the tceJhdressed college man should icear. 9. The Doctor is in con- ference. Pjjjx One Hundred Fifiif-nne 1930 — School Calendar — 1931 Sept. 10 — School opens Sept. 11 — Enrollment reaches new high mark Sept. 12— Football practice starts. Sept 18— New attendance rules announced Sept. 20 — Rush week over, pledges announced Sept 25 — Hays 7 — Sterling 13 Sept 30— Student elections Oct 3 — Hays 0— Emporia Teachers 0 Oct. 6 — Classes nominate popular students and beauty queens. Oct. 10— Hays 6— Hastings 0 Oct, 17— Hays 0— Pittsburg 13 Oct. 20 — Co llege host to Municipalities League Oct 24 — Hays 14— C of E 0. Oct 25 — Xi Kappi Psi goes Pi Kappa Sigma Oct. 29 — Roxy quartette. Oct 31— Hays 0 — Wichita 14 Nov 3— U S Marine Band Nov 7-— Kappa Phi Alpha goes Phi Sigma Epsilon, Nov 6, 7, 8 — Teachers Convention Nov 11— Armistice day, entire school to Wes- leyan to see Hays 0 — Wesleyan 0. Nov. 1 5 — Homeco m i ng, H ays 6 — W ashburn 3 1 Nov. 20 — Debate tryouts. Nov 24 — “Her Husband’s Wife ” Nov 26 — Dec 1— Vacation Nov 27 — Thanksgiving, Hays 0 — Southwest- ern 21 Dec 4— Band goes over radio at Dodge City, Drake and Spaniol announced as popularity winners Dec. 5 — Debate teams to Winfield tourna- ment Dec 10— “Stabat Mater” and Rodin Pease recital E ec 12 — First basketball game, Hays 26 — Alumni 18. Dec. 12,13 — High school debate tournament as guests of Pi Kappa Delta Dec 15 — Legislators visit campus Dec 17, 18 — Hays 35, 24 — Peru 19, 14, Dec 19 to ]an 5 — Xmas Vacation Jan 2 — Hays 37 — McPherson 25. Jan. 7 — “ Violin Maker of Cremona” Jan. 10— Hays 23 — Wichita 24 Jan 12 — Hays 21 — Pittsburg 29 Jan 13 — Football banquet, “Bo” McMillan talks. Jan. 14“ Y W C A discusses “Ideal Man ” Jan 1 6 — H ays 39 — Empor i a Teachers 27 . jan. 17 — Hays 29 — C of E. 30 Jan 23 — Fall semester’s end. Jan 27 —Glee club girls away on tour. Jan, 29 — Men’s Glee Club to McPherson Jan 30— Hays 28— Washburn 19. Feb 3 — Hays 28 — Wesleyan 27 Feb. 6— Anniversary, gala celebration, holi- day Feb. 9 — Hays 29 — Southwestern 32, men’s glee dub on tour Feb. 12 — Junior Play Feb. 13 — Hays 15 — Washburn 31, Virginia Sailors and Farr an Carter win beau- ty contests, Feb. 14 — Hays 23 — Pittsburg 38 Feb l6“Debate with Greeley, Hays wins Feb 17 — Hays 3 !— Wesleyan 11 Feb. 20— Hays 26— Wichita 41. Feb 21 — Hays 27 — Southwestern 37. Feb 23— Hays 30-C of E 27 Feb 24 — Pan -Hellenic dinner. Feb. 27 — Hays 44 — McPherson 26. Feb 28— Reveille dance, Effie Mae Mc- Widiams chosen queen Mar. 6 — Men’s Glee Club formal. Mar. 2— Thurlow elected cage captain, Bah l and Jackson honorary co-captains Mar. 3 — College and public schools break up teacher’s training arrangements. Mar 9— SCHOOL ADOPTS NEW NAME: FORT HAYS KANSAS STATE FROM HERE ON! Mar, 17, 18 — Water Festival. Mar. 19, 20, 21 — State Class B Basketball tournament Mar 24-26— Religious week, April 1 — Band concert. April 2-6 — Easter vacation April 10 — Robinson wins Leader editorship over Rhoades and Tigers win track meet at McPherson April 11— Faculty takes a trip April 15 — Senior play. April 16 — Hemphill elected editor 1932 Reveille over Chegwidden April 17 — Tigers lose meet to Hastings. April 29, 30 — Music Festival. May 24 — Baccalaureate May 26 — Senior Class Day. May 28 — Commencement. Page One Hundred Fifty-two We, the 1931 Reveille staff, wish to recog- nize our debt to the businessmen of Hays for their support in making our yearbook a success. In return may the College be loyal to them as they are helping us to advertise our school and thus make a bigger and better business city as well as a superior Kansas State College. Page One Hundred Fifry-ihrce EAT Where Your Friends Eat Only the best of everything is served here. Creamery butter, pure pasteurized milk. Our eggs are " firsts” and fresh and we pay more for our cuts of meat than the average family. We’re here to serve those who demand the best. Ed. Burge Cafe Kenneth (Doc) Tallman Page One Hundred Fifty-four A Strictly Quality Store Brenner ' s Feature Nationally Known Merchandise: ESTABLISHED IN 191 5 LINGERIE Mona Vanna Knickernick Laros HATS Gage A quality purchase is, after all, the exercise of the truest economy. Formfit Brassieres HOSE Gordon DRESSES Hollywood Beauty Maid COATS Priticzess Shag moor BRENNER’S EXCLUSIVE READY - TO - WEAR State College Greenhouse W HETHER you are young or old you have a sweetheart, or wife, or someone whom you care for more than all the rest. Maybe it is your mother to whom you wish to show your yearning affections. There are times when you want to express your thoughts of her so she can really know that she is the one whom you most highly esteem. Flowers represent the brightest, finest, and choicest period of any time — they give her those sweet inspirations of love, which is more intense, absorbing, and tender than friendship. If you are desirous to cheer, please, and make her happy there is the one-and-only gift that truly expresses the amiable spirit. Our Plovers Please ” Phone 624 Hays, Kansas Ont Hundred Fifiy-five COFFEE SHOP Service — Quality Food Drug Store Fountain Service Drugs - - Parfumes - - Cosmetics Function Room for Parties and Club Dinners To The Class of 19311 We extend our congratulations and best wishes for a joyous, prosperous career. The Hays City Flour Mills Manufacturers of Semolino Flour HAYS KANSAS T. G. Reed Sons EXCLUSIVE Groceries and Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables MODERN OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE Phone 480 Hays, Kansas P,ipc One Hundred Fifry-stK This Bank Invites Your Business and Assures Its Customers Personal Atten- tion and The Very Best of Service CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS $ 100 , 000.00 Signifying, STRENGTH — SECURITY — EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT N. F. ARNHOLD, President JACOB BRULL, Vice President V. A. WEIGEL, Vice President F. W. ARNHOLD, Cashier Nora L. Colahan, Assistant Cashier N, L. DlNGES, Assistant Cashier The Farmers State Bank HAYS CITY. KANSAS THE BANK WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME OSHANT’S 5c, 10c and $1 Store SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY Where Your Money Goes the Farthest 1 am a successful man to the extent that 1 have a home; I am a burden to no one; I can borrow money at the bank on my note and get credit at the stores; I have sufficient laid by to support me as long as I shall probably Jive and pay my funeral expenses- — Howe. ARE YOU A SUCCESS r Save regularly with us and your success is assured. Hays Building $ Loan Assn. HAYS, KANSAS THE HAYS DAILY NEWS ELLIS CO. WEEKLY NEWS Commercial Job Printing Largest and Best Equipped Job Printing Plant in North- western Kansas All Kinds of Commercial Job Printing News Publishing Company Frank MOTZ, Manager Page One Hundred Fifty-seven Style You Will Always Find the Newest Cre- ations in Wearing Apparel for Men, Women, and Children at This Store If Y ou Really Want the Neiv Things, You Will Not Regret a Visit To The LA K- T0RE ALEX E. B 1 S S t N 3 South Main : ! : Hays, Kansas NEVER FORGET THE for Your Cleaning, Pressing, Altering and Tailoring We Clean Everything from Gloves to Rugs and Specialize in the Care of Delicate Textiles FOR THAT WELL-DRESSED FEELING Our Service and Quality Are Second to None Postage paid one way on all out-of-town orders 1 1 5 West Eleventh Hays, Kansas Page One Hundred Fifty-eight TOPEKA SAUNA KANSAS Hays Lawrence THE W. O. ANDERSON COMMISSION CO. Wholesale Fruit and Produce Hays, Kansas Long Distance 449 Telephone 455 Member of Western Fruit Jobbers Association N. F. Arnhold $l Sons McCORMICK DEERING FARM IMPLEMENTS Repairs, Hardware, Paint and Radios Phone 174 Hays, Kansas George S. Grass, Jr. E. B, Grass GRASS BROTHERS Grocers Phone 4 HAYS, KANSAS A BOOK STORE Order From Us Any Book — School — College — or Literature We have an exceptional line of: Stationery Party Goods School Supplies Office Supplies Typewriters Filing Cabinets Equipment Life-time Pens MARKWELL’S BOOK STORE HAYS KANSAS Page One Hundred Flfty nine pERRISS TOPIC mays Cosmetics ellis Individual Portraits OF Distinction ❖ Commercial Outside Views ❖ Eastman Kodak Films Complete Beauty Service ❖ Nestle Permanents Finger Waving Artistic Marcels BY Professional Operators Class and Beauty Sections of Reveille Photographed hy the Studio Phone 460 Page One Hundred Sixty T© ©EE© ALIVE TEEHEHCKIES ©E CCLLEGE ©Ay I HIS your year book makes it possible to live again and again life ' s most glorious days It is a great source of satisfaction to us, as printers to know that we have had a part in portraying those wonderful experiences 1 HI: CNSDLI DATED PRINTING STATIDNERy CCMRANy SALIVA, KANSAS 1 u H I W ITH EACH PASSING YEAR THIS BOOK, YOUR ANNUAL, WILL CAIN IN IMPORTANCE. ... AS YOU THUMB THE PACES IN THE YEARS TO COME, PHOTOGRAPHS AND PIC- TURES WILL BRING BACK WISTFUL MEMORIES OF YESTER- DAY. . . WE, AS ARTISTS AND ENGRAVERS ARE CLAD TO HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY OF RECORDING A CROSS SECTION OF YOUR LIFE OF TODAY-THAT YOUR YEAR BOOK MAY BE A PICTORIAL MONUMENT FOR TOMORROW. THE MID-CONTINENT ENGRAVING COMPANY WICHITA - S ALINA I Kream Krust Bread .... for .... Sandwiches — Toast A LARGE DISPLAY, FRESH EVERY DAY Cakes ' Cookies - Rolls - Candies Larzalere Bakery Phone 640 . : ! : . Hays, Kansas HAYS CITY Phone 53 DRUG STORE Home Phone 302 Specialists in Prescriptions, Drugs and Sodas WE APPRECIATE Geo. Philip Dealer in HARDWARE YOUR PATRONAGE Cattaraugus Cutlery “The Corner Drug Store” Clauss Shears Phone 348 Eight and Main HAYS - - - KANSAS HAYS - - - KANSAS Page One Humkd Sixty one Baldwin Straube Gulbransen and Starr Pianos Philco Radios Wind and String Instruments Czeckleba Music Optical Co The Home of Better Music and Optical Service Basgall’s Quality Grocery GROCERIES - MEATS and FRUITS Only the BEST is our motto The home of Richelieu Products Phone 505-75 Hays, Kansas Page One Hundred SrKty-iwd RED ' S CLEAN SHOP — Let Us Help You - — Our Skilled Barbers Serve You Promptly with Their Sanitary Methods Gay Tillotsgn, Prop . Phone 545 Hays, Kansas Your new store is now open and welcomes you — LADIES READY-TO-WEAR SHOES AND DRY GOODS j HEINIE HERBIG Standard of the West Hays, Kansas Ser-oal Quality MEN ' S AND BOYS’ STORE Everything to Wear i For the College Man Servey Stores Co. F. K. Scherer HARKNESS PHARMACY i ... Drugs . . . Books . . . Kodaks ... j A Complete Line of 1 TOILET ARTICLES, DRUG SUNDRIES I CANDIES. BOOKS, MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS Prescriptions Filled by Registered Pharmacists Only Phone 76 1 1 7 W. Tenth Street Page One Hundred Sis£ty-:hrce Established in 1888 The First National Bank HAYS - KANSAS THE OLDEST BANK IN ELLIS COUNTY A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM PROGRESSIVE, YET CONSERVATIVE OFFICERS J. A. Mermis ... - President H. W. Oshant - - Vice President Fred Schwaller - - Vice President Victor Holm - - - - Cashier W. J. Ka.rlin - - Assistant Cashier ZlTA Palen - Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS J. A. Mermis C. R. Holland C. A. Mermis H. W. Oshant M. A. Basgall Fred Schwaller Tony Jacobs Answer the call of The Reveille and bank with us Page On; Hundred Sixty-four ELITE Cafe HOME COOKING PROMPT SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES We now have an an- nex to accommodate our increased business Mrs. John Sahli Proprietor West 10th HAYS KANSAS It is our wish that the Fort Hays K. S. C. Class of 1931 will always be successful Citizens Lumber Su Supply Co . H. W. Fellers, Manager HAYS - - - - KANSAS Wiesner’s Department Store A. A. WIESNER " The Place Where You Feel At Home’’ DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, LADIES ' READY-TO- WEAR, NOTIONS, TRUNKS AND SUITCASES, QUEENS- WARE, FLOOR COVERINGS, GROCERIES AND MEATS The Largest Department Store in Western Kansas All Mail Orders Filled Promptly South Main Hays, Kansas Page One Hundred Sixty-five EKEY STUDIO Finest of Photographs 135 West Eighth HAYS KANSAS Pjgf One Hundred Sixty-six Quality Diamonds Jewelry Watches In no other line of merchandise is quality so hard to recognize and yet means so much. Quality merchandise and reasonable prices are assured when you buy from a concern which has proven its integrity over many years of honest merchandising. For thirty-six years we have maintained a standard of quality in keeping with the thought expressed in our slogan " The Home of Reliability 1 During your four years in college we have merited the con- fidence of many of you as is evidenced by the fine patronage you have given us. May we not expect a continuation of that confidence and patronage from you and your friends throughout the years to come? The Tholen Jewelry Company " The Home of Reliability " Hays, Kansas The Exclusive SHOE STORE Serves Your Style Needs BETTER CUTTING BROS. Just Shoes, Hosiery, and Service F. J. HOCH Laundry Dry Cleaning H Monuments Your Patronage Appreciated Hoch Bldg. Hays Kansas Page One Hundred SiKty-sfvjn SAVE WITH SAFETY at Artstyk, Whitman ' s, AUegretti, Martha Washington Candy Cara Nome, Shari, Duska Karess, Three Flowers Cosmetics Sheaffer and Conklin Pens, Pencils and Combinations Franklin ' s Famous Ice Cream Served at Our Fountain Bring Your Prescription to the Prescription Store Phone 80 We Deliver BUILT BY SERVICE Giving the best possible service on every order, built this business because it helped the other fellow build his. It ' ll help you. QUALITY COAL AND BUILDING MATERIAL ' There is No Substitute for Quality” Treat-Shaffer Company H. HAVEMANN, Manager PHONE 74 HAYS, KANSAS One Hundred Sixty-eight O’LOUGHLIN MOTOR SALES THE CHEVROLET SIX THE GREAT AMERICAN VALUE Special Terms to Students and Faculty We Appreciate the Business From Fort Hays Kansas State College 112-118 W. Twelfth Hays, Kansas A FRIENDLY THEATRE mxii Hays - Kansas We have served to the student patronage in the past year, the best in pictures, the best in sound, the best in colors, and we shall continue with this policy. Our Pledge — The Best for the Students of F. H. K. C. Features of the New Ford Beautiful Low Lines, Remarkable Acceleration, Fully Enclosed Six-Brake System, Triplex Shatter-Proof Windshield, Reliability and Long Life, Choice of Colors, Smoothness at all Speeds, Houdaille Shock Absorbers, Economy of Operation, 55 to 65 miles per hour! TWENTER SON MOTOR COMPANY Hays, Kansas Page One Hundred SiKty-nine St. Anthony ' s Hospital HAYS, KANSAS Sister M. Evarista, R. N. Superintendent This space reserved and paid for by The Active Staff Page One Hundred Seventy , TAi Golden Belt Cr eamery Jce Co. Manufacturers of Kings Kwality Ice Cream Golden Belt Creamery Butter and Crystal Ice GOLDEN BELT CREAMERY AND ICE CO. Hays ELLSWORTH ICE CREAM CO. Ellsworth GOLDEN BELT CREAMERY AND ICE CO. Colby GOLDEN BELT CREAMERY AND ICE CO. Plainville Riggs Tire Shop One Stop Service Gas, Oil, Greasing, Washing, Polishing Tires and Batteries Tire and Battery Repair F. W. RIGGS. Prop. Phon; 551 20 3 W. 8th St. Hays. Kansas Open Sundays and Evenings SERVICE New Shoes That Wear — We sell ’em Old Shoes That Need Repair We rebuild ' em OUR WORK GUARANTEED Bring or mail them to Scblegd Shoe Service 113 Wcst Main Hays, Kansas Jacobs Construction Co. TONY JACOBS Contractor and Builder Builder of the New Lamer Hotel CONSTRUCTION WORK OF ALL KINDS 1 1 East 1 1 th Street Hays, Kansas Phone 1 3 1 pqgt One Hundred Seventy-one Geyer Brothers, Druggists WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SERVE YOU Our store consists of the following: A high-class Prescription Department, always in charge of a registered pharmacist, A Toilet Department that is not equalled anywhere in this part of the state for its stock of high-grade perfumeries and toiletries, AN UP-TO-DATE SODA FOUNTAIN, COM- PLETELY OPERATED THE ENTIRE YEAR Victor Radios and Viet tolas - RCA Radiolas IN OUR CANDY DEPARTMENT We Feature Mrs. Stover ' s Bungalow Candies, in Various Assort- ments Johnston ' s Package Line of Chocolates and Fancy Candies. £Umn Watson’s Brands of Food Products Highest and Best Quality Lower Price Higher Quality High Quality for Low Prices ycytfer THE WATSON WHOLESALE GROCERY CO. | sas Page Ore Hundred Seventy-! wo TIGER CAFE Compliments of James S. Barrow C. Edward Law j Martin Eastlack G. H. Hower ! Geo. Smith Hobart Jackson Arthur D. Hemphill Agents Students Plate Lunch 35c Short Orders Kist witches Fountain Service Serves You With Service National Life $ Insurance Company DITCH BROS., Prop. OF THE UNITED STATES Phone 33 Hays, Kansas OF AMERICA OSHANT’S S’ ; 7 71 5c, 10c and $1 Store Guide If |e I Grade SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY to Foods i Where Your Money Goes the Farthest Over three hundred LEE brand pro- HEINIE HERBIG ducts offer you a wide choice of pure delicious foods — something for Hays, Kansas every occasion, something for every taste MEN ' S AND BOYS’ STORE Everything to Wear For the College Man AT YOUR GROCER’S Pa$e One Hundred Seventy-three We Believe We Are RIGHT — in Thinking That . . . the best a store can do is to be honest with the public. By avoiding the absurd use of comparative prices ... by admitting we haven ' t a monopoly on quality merchandise ... by concentrating our efforts on two important thoughts . . . Service and Value ... we have won the confidence of countless families and are gaining the good will of new shoppers every day. To serve your wants intelligently ... to bring you the quality you want at prices that are right . . . to be sincere ... is the watchword of every J. C, Penney store. Won’t you stop in the very next time you’re downtown and see how we strive to make our merchandise fashion- correct. quality-certain, and fairly priced? J. G. Penney Company, Inc. Page One Hundred Seventy-four sA IITOCtR A Pfic 3 Page One Hundred Sevfury-fivf Epilogue Everybody knows that Western Kansas once belonged to the Indians, but many are still wondering why it is not returned to them. However, writers write and history proves that man is fickle, and one of his favorite occupations is to “sigh for what is not” Just so with the pioneers. They got the land, then wished for the extermi- nation of the Indians. Then, the Indians gone, the cowboys came, and again the natives sighed for a change in civilization. Finally came the passing of the cowboy and came the advent of the college student. And now the natives are praying for the return of the Indians. Since that fatal day when the first of the students whooped into town, hitched their ponies to Mack’s hot dog sign, and called for their whiskey straight, many changes have come and gone, and the march of civilization has been rapid. From Broncos to Austins, from pistols to pens, from poker to backgammon, and from whiskey to soda — to whiskey, the “ march of progress takes its way.” First it was the Normal (96° Fahrenheit), then it was the Teachers (yes, Johnie, you may) and now again, it’s old Fort Hays — and Parker says history doesn’t repeat itself. But here we are — now a recognized college of liberal arts, a goal has been reached. And yet — man still sighs and progress still continues. Time will again change this old school — and who can predict the “Kansas State — Hays” of the future? This " school of the future” is our school, and it is to this school our efforts are bended. This is the end of our book, but who can predict the end of " our college”! One Hundred Seventy -six


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Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS) online yearbook collection, 1933 Edition, Page 1

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Fort Hays State University - Reveille Yearbook (Hays, KS) online yearbook collection, 1934 Edition, Page 1

1934

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