Franklin College - Almanack Yearbook (Franklin, IN)

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STAFF Assistant Editorfin1Chief Assistant Business Manager Associate Editor Associate Editor TRACY CLARK ALINE OLDAKER ELMER B. VHITCOMB FRANK S. RECORDS WILBUR BREWER Art Editor Associate Editor EditorfinfChic Business Manager Associate Editor NANCY TODD Associate Editor LOUISE W. CARTER Associate Editor A fn A7181 V 132311 T., ' TL ' 1-m 21.1-4 -1 -Z ,3 1 I FA . , 3 6 l 1 ' .11111 -1-S1 1 I ,w 1 4" 111 1 JEQQAVHLM11, 1 I H E iii H--1'1Q11's-1 1 1 1'1g1iEi I5 sl 1-11 " ' '1 :Q 1 1 I 1 bl 21111 .1 HW: 'E , 1 F 4' e L. E ilBrefare IXVIC 1111- 1'2l1'll1I,.y issuc- 1111 11111111111 of 1111-11' 1,PXX'11 Dr. 111',v1111's 112l111'l'1ll:Lf 11'1111s1'1-1' 111 114l1Q'il11' IIll'2l1l1 111111-11 111 it is W1111 1111-11s111'11 111111 1111-'V w1-10111111- 1111- 1111- 115, 11111 111s 1-11111i11g' 111 IIS 11l'11lll 111111111111 1'111v1-1's11'v 1'11111 1 , P p111'11111i1y 111 11'1'111- 1111- I7l'l11.Zl1'0 t111111s 1111111111-. 'V1-1115 l11-f111'1- 112111 llll'illl1 1,-1'1-11 111111'1-. 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'1'111-lv 11111'1- 1111 111'-1-11 1-11111-11 11111111. 511 1'111' as 1111- 111 111-1'1111t1ing 1110 S11lf10ll1. 1-V1-11 f111' 11111- 111110 1111111111-, 111 1-1111111 111- 1-1-111-111'-11, 111 givr- 1111 111-1-1111111 11f 1111-111s1-1v1'-s S1111-1 x1'f' 1111118011: 219 111111-rs s1-1- 111111. 1111'-5' 11-11 Fl'illl1i1lll. 0111-1-. 111 lll2lll.Y 1-11s1-s, 11111111- 111141 1111111 MAIN BUILDING TO LIBRARY LOOKING EAST uliko wow lust so fm' as tlw vullcgi- was c-mivcwllomlg Init now graduate mul U11iIOl'gl'2l1lIIilI0 alilw am- lll'01bO1'IrV lll'zl1l1l0fl :mil pigewniliolonl in Ilm lilvs of an I-lillmmto C-aril mitzilog. 011 a singlv l'2l1'fI can lm fmuicl tho I-ollvgo I'0l'0I'II :mil The life Ilistnry of the stumlolif, amd fwmi the propel' CEIIWI it will Ive possilrlu :it any timv I0 SIICIIPC thc- wmiplofe 1'l'COl'CI ul' any Sfuclc-nt vver OUHIIUCIOII with Tho iiistilurioii, illl :ul- imimgo of no slight iiimnoiit to us all. Tho ZIIIVZIIIIEIQOS of our Uonnectiou with The Carnvgie IJIIIIIIIIHIIOII lmvc- liven Illllifll iu eviclmiczo fluring the year. CAMPUS LOOKING WEST FROM DORMITORY of mnly has if QiYl'll Franklin 21 l'l'1HlT21fi4lll in lllil wfmlml mu !lw plmglwss uf tlw lust HVO yn-urs. lllL'illt'l1I2lll'Y if has lf In-rs fm' app1'm'ml sc'l1oh11'sl1ip wllivh 1'Hll!l4l lmvv lmmx ulaf zllvlwl flux trusru-s mul collsfitm-llvlv of tho 4-wllvgv T0 111 xl Tlinwl in 110 othvl' wayg but it has lll2lTl'l'i2lH'Y assisfvil in justly with Ur. l'iilI'lll'Tf XY2lHili'i'. f-Hl' fo1't,x'-rxw Noam II 11111 arlvznwv in the l'O4llliT'PlllOllfS fm' 2lllllliSSi1rll and fm' g,51'ml- 1-Him-ivnf r1'0z1s111'm' zmnl with I'1'uT'1-sam' ll. A. Uwvn for Thu ll lfillll which has lm-11 sn110T:1lrlm- mul so ll4'l'i'SS2ll"V il part of Ty 'V1'2ll'H in l'll2ll':2'1' of Ilw ll0IHll'flll1'llf uf Iiinlffglvz lwfll uf idx A 1 - DORMITORY whom were obliged to retire cluring the year, lieth uf wlmni have retired upon salaries paid hy the Carnegie Fonmlation. :incl for whom no other provision was available or suggest- fd. lncideutally it might he said that including Professor Brown who retired earlier the present financial advantages In the college arising from its relations re the flf'e11nClatiOn are equal to an ineroase in its eiulewnient of 856,100.00 in- vested at live per vent. 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II:11'11f 11 1:- THE wi-52 KM Se W", 'iff' A C Q V M EE FACULTY ri Ln be apartment of bilnsnpbp ann Duration MEL VIN E. CROWELL, A. M. President, Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Psychology and Philosophy HEX U12 l'31"Va11 11c't'v11tt-tl thv 111'c1si4h-11t'.y of CO1- Q gatc last SOPU-'lllljlxl' hv 11-ft F1'1111kii11 Without a prtbsiticlit 111141 tho fh111111't111c111t 111' l'l1ih1soph.v U-'Mm and l':fill02ll'iOl'1 without il 11t1111,l. ,X 1111111 had To A hr- iifbllllii, and fthlllltl qiiickiy. tu Tnkt- his I1l11c'c. Fasting Hiltillfi fm' s11c'h El lllilll thc- H4lill'4l.S Q11 fc-li 11114111 'fXIt:lviu E. Cruwc-ll, thou Viet--111'vsi1l011t, 1102111 111' Ihv t'11c'- nity, and lmiwftlssoi' of Ch9ll1iSTl"V 111111 Pliysit-S. H11 was 11skcd to 1611111 this work 1111rl lliliilx c'h111'gt1 of thv IJ11p111'T- 11111111 of I'l1ih1wpl1'v 111111 E4h1f'11fio11 11s wvil EIS 1114 11s piwsi- tlont. 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Tin- rm-pai1'i11g' nf flu- 1-ullvgv I4-ivpiluiiff sys- ' prisci is surv ui' I,l'K'Siiil'llI i'i'mx'1-'ll's slipIwi'1 mul ai-sl limi 'M i ' i7 is Tllbz apartment of Greek AX 1 X ll IU 18501 N 1 11111111111 1 1 - -- - l ' 1'1I g1"'v'1121.1'l'11- c111'1,'-1111' -1-11 1" f'-qs ' 111 5" C111-1-14. 111- is 111111111111- 111111 .'f'111I1'l1111'11C 11,1 1111 Wxxq w 11111Q'l'1l1, 11111 111 1111- 111111111-111 111111 i11s1111-1-1'1- 111 1111111, 111 1-'ws 11111'11 111-1-1111 'll111 111' 11111411111 11111: .'111I1ll11111 216'-11. 112lV1l1:Q' s1-1'v111 1111- l'1P111'Q'l' 1111' 11111'1.v-111'1- '11-1115, 111 1 1 11111 1111111- 1111 1111 l'121FH1'11 21111ll11:Lf 1111- s11g1-5 111' 1111- l'12l1'll11.X', 1 -' 9 1 111- IS 1111- 1'12l1'll11X' s11111i1-s1111111 1111 1111 1111110111- S111111-1'1s, K2l1'1l1ll'l1S 1111 ails 111 1111- '14l'1Jll1 1'1111' 1111 1111- 11111111-1 Il12111uHI'1ll 21111 N1 111 lll INV Zlll 1111- 1'll11l11SlilSlIl I1I'1P1111l'111 111' 1115 111'111111'v 1121S 1 l1Il11l11121Tl'11 .V1111111 1111111111-111-11111f s111'11i111-11 11111111-S 111111 111-1114 1-11 1111111-s, 111111.11195 g1111',v 111111s .X111111 N11l11'I'. 1'11ss1-ssillg 111 21 1111'g1- 1111-11s111'1- 1111- 11111-111- 1l1S1'1Il1'1 1'1'1111-s,111' 111111 IS ZI1111' 111 1'1111'11 1111 '1 M-- 11 11111111 1111 . , - ll 1111 N11I111ll1 11111, 111 1'1'1lll1,V 111 1111- 111-1-1-11 12lIl:2'l12lQl'. S11 1111 - .' - '- 1111'1- 111111 1115 w111'1i 111111 1111- 11'1'1- ' - ' - S .- - g111.111111N 111 11111N111111 1111211 1 , 11111'111'11-S i1l'l1 Ill2lS11'l'1'11 XV111l 1111-11s111'1-. COLUMBUS HORA T10 HALL, A. M., D. D. 11111 W1111 1111 1111s 111 111s 1'l'1'111T, 1115 111-s1 11'111'14 1s 1111111- Ill 111111 T11 111111111 1111 P1llN Ill 1111' P1-afessor of Greek 1l'2l111llg' y111111g IIl1'1I 111111 1111 - -' 1 -1 5 -. ' Tl'2lllSlll11T11l1S1' 111 :111 W1111 11'11v1-1 111111112111 111s 1'111lll1l"Y Il 11111-1 111 1119 11w11 1'11'1- 211111 1'lll'l'Q'Y. .X1111 S11 wc- 1111'1- 111111f11111 1'1'1-111'111'-1'. 1111111112 l,111'1, S11g'1-. HOWLAND C. MERRILL, A. M. Professor of Latin 1115132 tpurtmtnt of latin IXCYI1. 1111- 1111,1's 111 111-11111 11111-11 1111- 11111-12 511111-S S 1111111111-11 1111' g'11i11i11g S1111. 11 1111s 1,101-11 il 111111111111 A K' 111-111-1 111111 1111 11'is11 1111-11 1-111111- 1-P0111 1111- East. 111 111-1-111'1111111-1- W1111 1111s 11111-11-111 11'i111111111l 11111- V1,I'1I1.l'SS41l' N11-11111 191.1 1111- 1'111s1 10 i11s11111-1 1111- 1l211'11211'12111 111-S11-1-111-1-5. 19111 11V11 y1'2ll'S 111111' 111s 11111, s11'11ig'111 1111111 1111s 111-1-11 21 12ll111112ll' 11g1111- 111 L411'21111i111l 11s 111- 1111'-11105 211'l'11SS 1111- 1-111111111s 111 11i11l'1115 1111- l'1I1111'gl1 1l2l11S. Ili, . . . . . 1111-111111 12l114'1l'S 111111- 11-'11 11111 1111111-ss111's 111-1111 1111111- 1121l'l' 111 1111111 11111 1111-111x111111111'g'1'11w1111111 111s 1-11111 211111111 11111111-S1111 1111'1111511l'1'1l'1l1ll1'Y. 1,1'1V1'l1'SF11l' X11-11111's l'1'1'11Z11111llS s1111w, 111 S111 1111- 11-11s1. 21 1111-111 1'-1111-11'. .111 N1l1'1S 111. 11111-s111111s 2ll'l' 111s1'11ss1-11. fl'11lll r- 1 1111' s11111-1s11111111s 211111 111-111-1s 111: 1111- 11111-11-111 111111111115 111 11111 11-1111111g' 1-1-11111111111- 11111-s111111s 111: 1111- 112l'Y, '1:1Il' l'11111-ss111- N11'l'l'l11 111-111-11-s 111111 EI 111111w11-11g1- 111 1111l1'l' 111111115 1111111 11111111 ls 111-1-1-fs111v 111 1111- s111111-111. 1111- N1lI111'1l1 XY1111 111'S11'1'S 111 lIl2l'111l' 111 1.111111 s111-1111s 1111'l'1' 'V1'2ll'S 111111 1,l'111.1'hF11l' N11'1'l'111-f11l1'l'11 11-111s 11-1: g111111 1111111 11'111'1q, 111lI'1llQ w1111'11 111111- 1111-1f'211'l1P1 111111-11 11111111 211111 llll11'1l 111111 is 11111 1,111i11. .XIIIY 111s111111-111, 111'v11111111g'1c-111 111 11111111- s11111111':11 111'111si1111s 111111-11 111'l'11l' 111 11111 1-11111s1- 411: S1ll11Y, 1111- 111s1-11ss1-11 11111'V 111 1-111ss, giving 1111- s111111-111 21 111111111A111111111-11, 1-111111111-111-11si1'1- 1111111-1's1111111111g 111. 1111- 1.211111 111U1'1l1ll1'l1. 11 1s 1,l'111:1'SS11l' X11-111111 g'11-1111-st 111'S1l'0 111 111111i1- 111s S111111-111s "s1-11111111'111"'. 111-111'1- 1111 "11111111-S" 1111- 1111111s111-11 1:l'111l1 111s 1'111ss 11111111 111111 11ll1,V 1111g111111, 111111-111-11111-111 11l11l1i1Il1,1' is 1111' 1-11111-11 111 1llS 111-1111111111-111. , Q.. Eb: apartment uf atbemattrs REBECCA JANE THOMPSON, A. M. Professor of Mathematics IIUIVICSSUII 'YIIUNIPSUX lat-littws that any "4-Hott" tum ttmjtu' in Ill2llllUlllillll'S if sht- has !ll'Vt'l' htttl at vast- tn' stmlit-tl l'2lllIIHlSfl'f'. Sho lu-rst-lf has tlt-mttnstrzttt-tl this ht-lit-f IIHI ttlllf' lty111zt.jttt'il1g' in this M'lt'!l1'n' hut atlstt hy tvztt-ltillg it tw tlw sttttlvttts ttf l'll'2llllillll Vttllvgt-. Ol' it lll1ll'lll'lll2llll'ill :tml systt-tttattit' lltitttl. Pl'tll.t'sStll' Vlllltlllllwtrll hats mt-tltmls :mtl Illtftwlt-s ttf hm' ttxvn wllit-h tm- :ts llllZllll'l'2lltl1l its tht- latws ttf tht- Xlwlt-s :mtl l't-t'si:u1s. 'llww ltIm'1'ittt-11 laws SUUIII to gtwt-rtt ht-1' l'l't'll1lllttllS httltliltg alll sttttlt-nts in ztwtt. 'llhcr Hrst um- is, "'l'lmtt shatlt llttl visit in tht- t'lttsst'ttt+1t1'-1 ttttt of this grmvs that sttwmtl whivh is Slllllllll' tn it. ttzttm-ly. "llc whtt XX'llliltl'l'l'lll pztssvtlt nut." Ntvtt1lt't'1ttIltl ln' tttttrv l't't-t- l'l'ttlll ltzt1'tiztlit.x' tt1"x'tft ltztvt- ti witlm- Villlgjl' in thtt ll'll2Xlllli'lll ul' sttttltfllts than 1jI'tll't'SSHl' 'l'lwtttpstm. 'l'tt ilitttlllllllrlll this sht' t'ttlluws that lllfttlfl. "ll0 who htltttt-s is wttrtltix' ttf grvzlt prztist- ltttt ht- xvlttt "ltm1'J' is nut wttrtltiv of ll passing grzltlt-." lytwwfossttt' rlllwtttpsttlfs wttrli fm' thtt Q-ttllvgv is llll'Slllll- :tltlt-. Pttssvssittg at t-lwtr tlisc't-rltnwllt lttftwttt-lt right :mtl wt-mtg. zmfl of sul'Hc-'it-ut' lllUl'2ll t-mttwtgv to stzmtl hy :tml livo up to hm' c'tn1Vic'titnts. slut is at ptwwm' fm' l'lQ'l1lC4t1lSll0SS as woll as fm' lllTCllf'i'fll2ll tlttvc-lupnlont. .Xll lll0llgl1l"fl1l stu- flcnts 1'f-vogmxizc in hm' at frioncl aufl vmtnsvltn' :mtl thttst- who know her hast appt'm'iat0 mul lftvv hm- must. oo- o 'loo oo oo oo '-V911 The apartment of ngltsh Iptwllli. l lltllbl' lllblll' ul' 'wall will IlllSS llli' ll'Ullll'l' lllls llvl-ll' lllglw lllllllsv sllggclsl'inlls Q'lVCll ill il Ibl01lb2llll illlll i11Sllll'lllQ l llsllzlllv 4-zlllsv l"l'l-slllllvll In lllllli wilfl Slllmllrllllwlx-s lll llllllc SQl'llllls, vIlllllHl'S lll lllllk wlsl- illlll N-llllll's lll SIllllL'. lwll' lliv lllilf llllll' ll1l'f' l'l'IIllZ0 lllle ll'lllll ul' fllzll' lllll sllyillg "gl'lll alllll llC:ll' ll. l'l-llfllsslll' lll-'llillzllm is 4ll'lg'lll1il. ll: lIlHl'l' valll lm szllll lll' il lllxlll Wllll llili ll1STl'lll'llthll :ls lllS lllr- wlll'lQ II IS lllill lll' IS ll!Hl'Hl1:2'lll'X' vzlpzllmll-. lllllf'Sl' lwll gII'4'Ill lUalc'llll's my S-llc'c'clssl'lll llwrli zllw llIllPl'l'SSl'4l :lll alll rllllsl- slllllrllls wllw llllrslll- lill- gllsll lllllll'l Illl- lll'il4l lll llllx lll'lP2ll'llIll'lll. Ill- ls ll wlll- svll-lllllllls lllilll wllll glvl-s lllS llvsl illlll 1-xlll-l-ls llll' llllsl lll l'l'Illl'll. wllll gills lfllgllsll 'lllll' wllzll il ll2lS lll ll :lllrl lllll Vlllll' llf lllllllllwulv. wllll ls 21 ll'lllllll lll llll- slllllvllls alllll lll llll- ARTHUR TRAIN BELKNAP, A- M- lllslilmillll, l-ll'llv,x'lllg' Illllll' lu-sllwl llllll l'4'NIll'1'llllQ' llll-lll. Professor of English ond Expression V V 1 ' ' l I lllll llclllzll'lllllllll l'll'SI l'UIlSllll'l'5 llll' l'HH4'l1ll2lls lll vllllllulslf f ' . 'll lN2llW2l.YSWlll1 21 slgll Hljl'l'll1'lAlll2ll 4-llll l'lll1'l'4 llllll :ls lll-lllg wlll: ul' lllt' lll'llll:ll"v l'l'1lllll'UlIll'lllslrfil Slll1ll'lll. 1' -V llll- rlllllrs lvlllvll Hlllxll llllf' flll' l'1ll'l'zll lll' wlll' lll llll- zlllvzlllvl-ll c'+llll'sl-s 21 cwlllllwl'l-lll-llslw Nlllllf' lvl Tlllx lwsl lllllllll l'l'lll'l1sslll' lll' lfllgllsll. l'll'Hlll lllflllllll llls lllvl'llllll'll is Q'lYl'll. .Xllglll-Szlxllll is Slll4lll'4l ils gl lmlzmg lll lll-slq lll- lirsl 2lSl'OZ'lillllS Wllll' IbI'lNl'4'lll'l'1lll4l llII'll lllis Ullll. Yuim- I'llllIll'1' llllll lllulllll-v 2ll'l' will-ll ln :lll wllll ll,l:!"olMlllll'll ' U ' ' U D 1 . I . ' l glws 'vllll slllllltlllllg' lll llllllli HYl'l' lvl' llll' vll- Wlhll lllsll'lll'll1lll lll llllP51' llIlUS. lllll' lll Tlll- llllbsl vlllll':l1'Il-l'- sllillg' llzl'x'. zlfllfl' lllls lllzll:llll': "llrll'l'uu's LlfQ of lllelllly' lslll' l'lL'IllC'lllS nf llll- wllll'slfs is Illll ill'lIlilllll lllil' 1-xtullslvlf l slvll. llilllillll-S liillgl'1lllll'v, lwll vllllllues. Besides thl-se lwzlllillg wllivll gill-s il lqllllwll-llgv nf :llll'lllll's illlll XX'lll'liS I'l'1lCl Czll'vl'lllly lllllljglllllll illltl Xlill'llll's six vlllllmes of his l.I'HHl llllllvillllzll slzlllllllllillls Zlllll lllll l.l'UIll XVll2ll Ull1Pl'S szly. The epurtnlmt of ifaistnrp ann 1 nltttral Science HERRIOTT CLARE PALMER, A. M. Professor of History and Political Science 111l'y 1111l121l'T1ll1'1l1, T111ll1i1ll1I 1111 11215 111111s1111 11111 1111s111w1 Sllilp 11111111511 1.11l' El 1'11.13. 11111' 1111 is 1111111g1111 111111 11111 1111111111155 111111 1-111111s 111 11111 M1111111- ,Xgvsg 11s111-111-11 111111 11111 g1':11111111 1ig111 411. 11111 1I111'111'111111i1111: 111111 il1U11"l' il '1'1111'1'v Y11111's' XVZIF, 1111 11w111c11s il XY1sl'l' 111111 114111l11' 1111111. 11' 1111 11115 "s111'v1v1-11 1 1 1 11111 11211111511 1115 1s 1111w 1'111111Y 1'111' 21 1111111511 111111 1111? 11131 111 . 1 . 1 111'1111111111s 111 1111- 132151. 11111-S11111 QIII11 11I11ll'fx. xxvlh' 1111141 1111- s111111-111 XV1141 11151-11ss1-s 1'111'1'1-111 l'X'1'1l1r 215 Il 1 w111l1111 '1'111' 1111 1111111111'111111 11-ss1111, ,X11'1l4I11Q1l il 11111111 111S1'1I11111- 211'12lll. 11111111'111g 1111 811111-11'Elf'1i1llQ' 1'1-11111 11111 S11-1'11 111lf1lS of 11111111 1111- 5111111-111 11llS 1ll'l' 1'1'il11'X' 11111 111111 S"VIlll12l1'1lf' 111 1111 111s w111'11. 111111111g11111111 111-1's11111111111 111 1l11l'S1'11f. s1111 11111111 11Q111111s1111s111111-11s'x'-g11111g 1'1l'11H1llllilll 115' 111111'11s1 S1-111111 4111 11111' 1i1111x1'11-11g11, 111'111Q1 2111111 111 1i111Q 11111111111X'f11'Y 111111 1111x'1-1' r21'N' 11113 S1111111 11l1llQ 11111-11. ,Xa Il 11111511 111111 111111111s111s111- S11l111'1l1 s11Q 1'021f,111V 1llS1111'1'S 11l11S1' W1111 111111-1' 11111' f11'l12l1'1lll11ll1 111 1l1g11G 211111ll111111'1'1'11.111'1S 111 1111-11' S1'il1'1'112l1:1l'l' Il'1111l 111111 11111 1111111- 1110111111111 111. 11111 1111111111-111 111 111-112l'V. 1 R0l.'l.15SUH 1mAx'lAMl,:H Img Hull, lumix, Ht: I 111111 il 1'1111111111'11111 1.11S1Y1'111'1f11' f111'.111s 1111111111' 211111 21- W1111 HW QI-mr mul uf TIN! nw' WI, Shi, Wllmifls lm 11111-11 1l111'21l'f' 111 1118 111s1111s111. 111111111111-11 11T1I1f11'11l1ll1YyY 1s 11f- 2l1'11Nit' 1l11'Ill111'l' 111: 111111 "1,1111111s' 11llll11U'l'11'11 11'1'1'1' 1" 1110 '11119Ul1 5111'1"1"' 11f11'1' 1."11l' F'f'2"'5 my 11"1l1'S5 11111," uf HH, Isrzmkliu 1',,11t1gQ 11'aCu11'1-W- YV111'1i 11111 S111111-111 111111'1"s 11115 111111111'111111111 XVl11l 21 111121111 51111- ' ,,,,,,,,,,, 1-1111-11V 1111111'11s11111 ill "N11111111111" 1'11111111' 1111111 1121T1'Y QVUWIIIQ "UT "1 il 1'V"2l'1 ll1l1141l'ST2lT1f11llQ. 1K1TTf'l' UFO 1111111'111111111111 11111. 111111111 111 I1l'1llll111f1 1110 11111111 frf 11111112111 111-1111101'11111111 fm' 1111111111 '1'111- 111s11'11ss1-11 1'11'11S1llIl2l1l 1'11s111-s 1:l'?lll111'2111f' 111111 11111 111 S- 111111 1'1'l'2l1011 IIS. I - - L Tlllbz apartment of flllobern imnguages 3 JEANETTE ZEPPENFELD, M. S. Professor of Modern Languages - lfl"l'Si'lll,.XXlD, ll0llfSi'l1l2lllil uhci' zillcs. lllJO1' , alles 'iu mlm' NW-lt." N0 apology uemls to luv l M l uuulo for our Gvrimum rlopuiliuont oithoi- us to 9'9" ,til iiiiliiil its llllillllllf' or its quulity, for it Oxvvls iu vzlvh of thosf- points. 'llhis is prolnllmly :luv not only lu tht- lDHlJlll2ll'll'.V of tho 4l0Ib2ll'Tllll'lll itsvlt' hut ulso To that of our "GKfl'll1.2I1l, uolt lJlllK'llN p1'ofvssoi', Miss Zcppcufc-lcl, who is always to lw 'liouutl iu lim' vluss room, Hsiuco iu all the yours slu- has lWi'll ll'2l1'llllIQ sho has only iuisswl two iluys zuul thosv uot l'lll'Hllgll any fault of hers," rezuly to flisouss uhly all quostious rcfcriiig to Gvriuauy, from the prices of G01'lll2lI1 hats oi' the ruuoiuit of 1-lQc't1'ic'ity to he fouucl iu the ful' of il G9l'lll2lll hluvlc vat to thc 'iloxology of G01-tlio, or tho iuost rlvsirzllwlv of tho i111iVfu'siti0s of llltlllSf'lll2lHCl, "ll'0ifl0llrf-ig." .X D1llIll5C1' of the stuflvuls worn- uot sutislicul with cloiug' merely tho l'Nllll1'Hl work of this mlvpartuu-lit so zi Class i11 c'oi1v0i'sutioi1z1l Ci0l'lll2lll aufl tlu- lviuluut Vluh, thfl lnttc-1' ovi- X mlvutly iuteuclwl priiu-ipally to mlm-atc uloug tlw linv of l ciK'l'lllilll Otiqiwltv, 0:11110 iuto oxistc-1100. l 'llhv cil'1'1112l1l stuclruts tlo not 1114-wlj' lvurii thc- gi'a1uu1ut- if-ul 0oust1'uc'tious mul trzuislutioiis hut Tllflll' work is lnrozul- 3 cu' thuu this, zuifl from the lmogiuuiug of thvii' stutly iu this fl4'l1El1'llll0lll thc-.V 21111 uuide lwtter 2ll'tll12llllTQl,l with tlui life ol' the German lwoplo. Fspecial uttentiou is givmi to all pliuses of the life of the stutlvnt of the fil'l'll1il11 uuivorsity, that is of "ll'0iclellw1'g,'7 GVOII his most 2llIpl'OVCll 1I1Cfll0ClS of' houvli Carving auml tluelliugr living tlisvussecl. 'But vvvii this is uoti all that is iucluflml iu the scope of this Cl0IJ2ll'l'1110lll' for the li0C'll appwciatioii, shown by the stuclents, of tho litucss of flisuiissiugr tho Gerimiii classcis upon tho RlIllllx1'4'bl'.S lll1'llltl2l'V, shows that vvcu GCPll1ill1 pzltriotisxu has lvcvu mlm-vvlopml liflrv. .4 -fill .- ,L Ti r rpartllltllt nf QE1JBllli51'I'P ann 51511151195 111 1111-1-11 1l2lYl' 111-1111 NV1IS11'11. S1ll111'll1s 1111111 II11 111151-1-11111-11111 1l11X1'S21ll111l11s1111'l1'1111211111115 1:1ll'111S 1111'11+11g111'11111 111 1111- 11111111 111V11 1:11-11 111. 1-11111-1'1-111 1i1111w11111Q1-, 11111 :ls V1-1 111111' 1XV1i 11l11lQS 1:1V1- 11111-11 117111111 111111'11 111- 1-1111111 11111 1-X11111111. 11111' 111 1111-s11 ls 1111 1-111111' 111 1-111111111111 s:111, 1111' 111111-1', 1111- 211111111111 111 11l'HS1'1111V1lll1llI1 1111 1111- X111'111 512112 1 11551111 11Q1l'1i1' 1-1-1-1111'1-11 1llS 1D1'il1'1l1'2l1 1I'2ll1ll1lQ EIS l'l1'V 1111111 .1111 0111111 111 f1l1'llllS11'X' lll 11115 1'1l11l'Q'1'. 111- IH Zlll 1-X- 111-1'1 :111111N'111- 1'1l1'l1lIS1 111111 11'111111g'1v 211118 s1111111111s 111 1111' 111111111' 1-1:1ss1-s lll 111'l'S1ll1111 l'1'S1'21l'1'1l 111' 111 5111-111:111xz1111111 w1'1'1111111111s 211111 15211-1 11111111':11111-11' 11'111'1Q :11111 II 1':1s1 211111111111 111 1111111'1'1-11- 1Q1111w1111111'1- 111 1111' 111z1ss 1'1:11111. 1111 is 1'11111:11'1i:1111v 111111111 11 111111111' 1-1111.11 11-11111 :1 111181111111 11'111-1'1- 115111111 11111111-- 111111111 was 11111s1 l'SS1'll11i11. 111- 1s :111111 111 11111311 1v11z113 1'111-111- FRED WALDO CLARKE' B' S' 1s11"v F111l11'1115 will 111-1111 1ll 12ll1'l' 1111- 211111 111- 1-11111-:11'1'11w 111 Professor of Chemishy 11"-1'P'1111C-1 g'11'1- 11111111 :111 1l111'11ll2l1l1 111'1111111'11111111 :1111-111'11111g'1'x'. 1118 iw 1'1'111'1s5111' t11l11'1Q1'-5 111111 'v1-111' 111 11'1I'2l1l1i- '11111' 11111111'111111"x' 1s 111-111g 111-11111' 1-1111111111-11 211111 111-11' 2ll11Hll'il' 1111. 1'111l1l' .Y1'i1l'h 111 1111s 111111' 11215 11111-11 s111-111' 11s 1115 1s 1'lP1111l1g' 111 1'1lll111lll2l11'Y. N1l11'1l 11111-1'1-S1 is 111z111i1'11s11-11 -41 21 N11l11l1l1 111 1111-1'111-111151111111-11111-11111-111'111111111111 111 1111s 111-11111'1'1111-111 111111 1111111-s 111'1- 1111111g 1-X111-1-5111 111211 21 .Y1'2l1' als 11111 111-:111 131111211 1111'1si1111 1111 111111111111-g1-. 111111' S1-11 11111- 111111 W111 111- l'1'111'11'11 111 1111-111-111' 11111111- 111 1l1'f1Or 11' 1111-1'1- is il 1-111-111 1- 111 111- 111111111 111 1111- 1:111111'11- 111 111-111'1111- 1111- S111111-1115 11'1111 111-111-1' 2l1'1'1l11lIIll11121111111 1111' 11115 IO1"X' W1111 111111-11 111- if 1111111-11111111111-11, 111- 1.1'1'1 111:11 111s .11-:11's 11'111'1c. - lil- 111' 111111111g' Il 1111111 111 111111 W111-1'1-1111' 1111-11' lllilf' .11l4111C'Y 1111-11' 111 2l1l'V 111111. F11-s111111111. 1111w1-1'1-1'. s1-1- 111111 1311157 11s 1-1-111111'111g "ff- Tlibe Bpafflllflif of Btnlogp J. WILLIAM ADAMS, A. M. Professor of Biology 111111' 111'11f11ss111'. 13111 1111 11l11l1Q'1l1S 111 111111' V:1111s111111 111111 :1 51111111 1111111111 its Wzlf' 111 T1ll111' 11115 11s 111111 11111111111 111111 11111 j1'111y 111111111111111111-11 171: 111111 11'1111 111111111 111111s1 111 1w11 1l111l111'lxl1 111111 11111 1111111111s 111 11111111 111111 g1'1s1111. Nx'1l1'll 11111 112l'V fHl' 111112 1-111111-. 11111 f1'11s11111s '1:1J11ll11 111:11 1110 1111W 111111z1g11g'1111 was 11111 111115' g1'11111 111 111'111'111111111s 11111, z11s11 111 11111 111'2l1ll lll2l11'0l' 111211 was 1111111-1-1111111 1111111121111 111s 111111'1i 1 1l2l1l'. 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U' Ill I I -D117 ff 1113132 zpartlnent nf Btnlogp 1511 111 w1111111 11w111111t11 11111 1111111055 111 XV1S110ll1 : ! 111l1111'V. X11t111'11 1111s 11111111w1111 111111 with fl rusty 111111111, 111' 11111'11a1'1s wh11e S11l11f'1llQ 1'11111p11st1'y 11111'11111111111111 11111111 11111 1111w 1111g1111 111 fH11, 11111 w111'1 111 111111 s1111111111 who 11ss1111111s 111111 it 18 111s1 111t111'1'11'11111111. 1'11111'11ss1111 S111111111i11g is 11111111 211 111111111 211111111g 11111 11s11, 1'111111111s, l111'11s 111111 f1'111111s of the T314l11l:LL'1K'2l1 1.1111111'1111111111s. 111 111111 l1'111'11 11111 1111111111115' 111: 11'11g1s 211111 1111ts. 1'XI12111111111g 1.' 111 11111111 S1lll112l1'11'f' 111' 111ssi11111111'i1'v 111 11111111111 f'1111S11'11f'111111. 1111 1il111XYS 1111w 11111 1'1f1XY11l'S 1111111111, why 11ll' 1111'11s 51113. 211111, ' 1 , 1 1111w 11111g 11 11215 11x1st1111, 1111111 11l111f'2l11llQ 11111 1-11111111153 sim 111111 Zlgl' 111 11111 XV111112111. His s11111111ss 11s il 1111111111-1' is Y1bl11'1lS2lf1'l1 115' 2111 111111511211 211111- 11.Y 111 g'111 111111'1'S 111 s1111 11s 1111 s1111s. 111111 111 110 NV11211 he w1111ts 1 11111111. 1f1111w111g 1111111 11111 V1111111 111111 11111 11Ck111111:ss 111 1111111 1,1'11f11ss1111 S111111111111g 1:1Dl'1lll'11 111111111111 111111h1111s 1,11 11t111z111g 11, 211111 1l11Y1IlQ 111111111111 w1111 1111w 111 1111 g11V111'111111 1111 1111w g11v1,11'11s w1t11 il ll2l1lll'2l1ll1'SS 111111 S11llll111'11QY 111111 111'013111'11s l1ll1f'1i 111111 EVERETT ALLEN SPAULDING, B. S. - 1 1 1 Professor of Bilzlogy XY11111lQ 5111111115S11l11. 1,1'111'11ss111- S1b2lll11,111lQ'.S w111'11 1111 the F111111115' is 2lIP1Jl'0K'1111'6C1 11111 11111111 1111111111s1- 111: its lll1'l'1T. 11111 111s11 11111'1111s13 1111 XVEIS w111111g 111 1021111 his 11w11 XV4'1l'1i 111111 1'1'l1llJ01'2ll'11'V 1111 11111 V1111111111y 11111111011 111V 11111 1'11t11'1111111111 111 11111111 11. .X. Ow1'111 111st Y11111'. ,qnnnvhi--.xp41il" "1 , 1--iv-11 -Y--f-is Ibn Bpulftlllttlt of bpstral Qlulturs JOHN LAWRENCE GOHEEN, A. B. Physical Director IS z1g11, 1w11111y-six 'v11z11's: 11111g111. 11111 111131 111111 K g I 1111111 111111111sg NVl'1Qj1l1, 111111 1111111111111 211111 111111151 111511111151 11'x'11s. 112ll'1i gray: -1z11'111, s1111111111 s1'1111'11115 1115 1l11ll', 111111sp111111111S by 11s 2111s11111111. 1111s IS , 1 1 11 1 1'11f11ss111' 111111111111 111 11111 1'11'vs111:11 f11l1T111'1' 111'l1l1l'1lll1'll1. Yes. W11 11111111' 1111 is 1111111. 11111 IJ11f'S10211 s11'1111g111 111111 111'11w11ss, 111111 111111w, 1111 11111 :11wz1'1's 11111101111 1111011 51211. .Xs 111 1121111 111' 1'11111111', 111s 1:11111 of 1l1l1l', XVI' 111111 111 10ss 111 say W1111111111' 11 is 111111 111 XV1'11'1"Y 11111111 :11111111111s 111 F1'z1111i- 1111 111' 111 1111111'111111111:11 11'111111111s. 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' I Tllbe apartment uf usir MINNIE BROWN BRUNER Professor cf fnstrumental Music Yi LKIUST Zlll'X' lllllll' in llm 1l:1'V. if you only 13211150 111 lish-11, yllll 1'z111 lll'2ll' tl11- 11111145 11f :1 piano ringing 1l11'1111gl1 11111 1-111'1'i1l111's nf tl1O 11l1l College F E lllllltllllg. lf 1ll2l'Y llll El li2lt'll l'111'c11ti1111, El P111- A lllllc fl-11111 C'l11111i11, 111' 11111'l1a1ps it is Ulllf' Tllll' 111111111t11111111s 1'111111i11g 111C scfulm-S wl1ic-l1 c'1111111s 111 ylllll' 1-:11's. ll' 1l!2l.V lm i11 llllx llOl'lll, 111' it lll2l'X' I11- i11 tlw Slflltll wingg s1111111- Ii11111s it is 1111sl11i1's, s1111111ti1111-s, 1l1111'n. lilll wl11111-V111' y1111 may l111a11' 111- wl1111'1-1'1-1' 11111 1ll2l.V llllill' il, 'von 111:1'v lm sure tl1a1f I'l1o Sffllllflfx of all This 11111si1-, flw 1-1-11t111' 11f all l'l1is 111l'l- 111l'v is ll11- Nlnsic' llnll itsm-lf. llvrc Mrs. lil'lIlll'l', as 111'11l'1-SS111' 111' i11sl1'111111111tz1l music, lms illbstllllll' sway. .X 111111l1-st, 1'11sc1'1'111l XVHlllZll1 wl111 111111115 :1111l spvnks with all 11111 4llg'lliT.X' l11-lifting 111 11111- 1110 lltll' p11si- ri11n. F111111 l5l'lIlll1l il liilll' 1115 g11l1l-1'i111111111l glassvs, ll0l' sor- ions QVZIIV 1-'v11s,l1111lq Sl'I'4'lll'l.Y 11111 11111111 flle S111'1i1111n1li11g 11'111'l1l. lflvc-s, S1ll'iflll5, 'tis 11'111-, l1111 11'l1i1'l1 Otlll l11'igl1t1111 11'i1l1 ll 'l:l'l1'll1ll'X' s111il11 111' l11-111l il lqilnllvx' 1111c11111'z1gi11g' l1111k 11111111 il 1l0s11z1i1'ing 111111il. l,a1ti1111f 2lllll4lSl 111 il filllll, 1115. ll1'1111111' 111-1'c11' s011l1ls 111' 0111151111-S. Giving l10l' lust 0ll:111'ts 111 l11 1' pupils sl10 c-X111-vis z1111l 1ll'lll2lll1lS llli'lI' lmsf i11 l'Ollll'll. 'llu Tl111s1- 11ll111'fs is 1l1111 fllo sT1'1-11gfl1 Elllll l1111111lz11'il'v of 'rllis -l1111z11'11111111t 11f rho 1-11ll1-gm be epartmrut nf 'itjoral fmustr r BERTHA DAKIN SMITH Dean of Women and Professor of Vocal Music -qv 'll is lllllixllll tlillivlilt fur ns In say wln-rv hlrs. Smith is 1llHl'I' ilnpmu1'tz111tfwl1vtlwi' it is as In- ' strin-Im' in tlw IM-pzii't1m-lit of Ynczll Nlnsic or ns lk-nn uf NYHIIIOII that slit- is nnvrr' 17-sseiltifil Tu tln- 4-nllm-gr. NVln-n wc- sm- he-r lvntling tho vlnliwl singing, tlircvting tlw 4-nllcfgv vlntrns nr instructing ai vlziss. wr thinlq slut c-nnltl l12ll'4llf' lie' lllUl'f' nsvfnl in any ntlwr plant. lint nn thi- ntlirr lninnl, wln-n we sw- her in tlw 4lu1'ii1it4+1"v. g4lY0l'1llllgI tlw rvstlm-ss, fnn-leaving "tl4ll'lll2lll- . .. . nn-S. with ai tirni wt gm-ntlv lninml. :intl XX'll2lf is innrn-. gm'- 1-rninu' llioin sn that tln-,v lun- :intl rc-sin-1-I ln-r. wv tinil that 7- sln- is l'llll2lll'Y nsvtnl znnl iinlmnrtnnl ln-rf-. Mrs. Smith has ln-1-n with ns fur twn 'vt-:1i's---at hrivf linw, lint qnitm- lung' vintiigli 'l"Hl'll1'l'lll win n plan-it in :ill that stntlvnls' limirts. NVQ- my ull thi- slntlvnts :nlvisrwll'v. tltr shit is gran-iniis tn tht- ltnys, as wt-ll as tn tln- girls, :intl tlntlv. ton. rf-zilizv tlw mlwiittngw In lw haul 'frmn c-njnlving the Ueaifs liznvniz llwirly llviwvlf lu slum' fnwn's In tlw stinlcnts she is il farm-itv running thvni. llright. vltc-1-i'fi1l :intl gay. with il li1'l'1l svnsi- of thc- lllllllHl'HllS, nlthnngli it lIl2l'X' lug at hm- Qwn e-xpeilsv. 'slut is an flvliglitfiil 1'-niilpultinii. :in zippi'cc'i:1tivm- gnvst. :mtl ai vlnirniing lntstm-ss. Kinml, prinlc-nt zinrl Sylllllil' thi-tio, shv is at wise 4-niiinsm-ln1', ai lwlpfnl nrlvisvr, ready to envnnrage aml aifl In r girls XVllPll1'Vf'l' it nniy he Il009SS2ll'y. :www- bz epartment of Qtrt MILE :1wl1il1: :1111l wl1il1- 51111 smilc: :1111,1ll101' s111ll1-s, :1111l llll'l1 1l11:l'1-'S milvs illlll miles of s111il11s il' 51111 lmr s111il1,-." Slll'll is the 111111111 that 1l11- li11'l1: :nrt 1li1'1:1-l'1'11', 111' "Go111l1:y,H :ls the 11'i1'ls 1-:xll l1l'l' liws luv. Illlwllll lll'I' IJlQ'Tlll'l' 11111- 11'1111l1l lllillli Tllzlt sl1c is 1-1111T11111:1lly l11-ing T:1lc1'11 fm' il I'1'1-sl1111:111 lllll Il1:1f is the 'fzmlt of the 11i1'Tl11'1:. Nl111l1:sI Illlll llt'llllll'l' :1s :111,v Qllzllu-1' Illilltltxll. t1111, Slll' 11111 lillil' il julw :1s W1-ll :1s :111'x'111111. Miss crllblblllj l1:1s 1Plll'Y l11-1-11 with us TW11 .V1-:11's, 11111. :luring rl1:1I 1111111 Slll' l1:1s 111111 11111- :11l111i1':1Ii1111, lltlf 1Illl'V :ls :1 t1::11'l1111' :1:11l artist. lllll :1s il w11111:111. fm' sl11- is 1-v111"vTl1i11g tl1:1f llCI' . ' llillllt' s11f"H'1-sls. Q11111l-l1:1I'111'1'1l. g'11111l-l1v11li111Q :1111l mst goml. FP 1 1 1 . 1 l:l'2ll1ZlllgI 111:11 :11'1 g'1v1-s 1-11h11111111111t. lllillly st111l011ts :11'1- 1:1lii11g :11l1':111I':1g11 ffl: Illll 1'11111's1- 11H'1-1'1:1l :1lll11111g'l1 it is 11111 lll- VINNIE REAM GOODE 1fl111lce1l 111 1l111 c-11ll1'g'1' 1-111'1'11'11l11l11 illltl 1111 c'1'1:1lil is Q'lVU!1 Art Director llll llll xxllllx. l'11l11'scs lll 1'l1i11:1 llillllllllg. 1-l1:11'1'11:1l. w:1I1-1's1111l111' :1111l :11':1- 1l1-111i1- 1l1':111'i11g 111-11 11lJfc:1'111l. 1" "wi v' 'T' M555 LOIS A. JOHNSTUNE I Librarian ba library lfl'll il I'0S0l'VO4l yvt fl'im'lllll'v lll2lIl1ll'I', This slrlil- ing. lllll'li-l-vcwl lzlmlv 0:11110 Tu IIS To llc ollr li- ':71.5- L . ' ' .QWQQE lbI'2ll'l2l1l. Fill' Iwo yours now slll- l1ilS llc-ell the Wm llllll NM "-""l . . . , lil,llIl1llLvf V,.lz gllill'ill2U1 ul Tllll lllPI'ill'y s mllltc-llls llllcl prcsorv- Ol' uf its H'2ll'll. lJ1ll'lll4" lllis lilllc Miss JOl1I1- l a slllllcl has lloen alll llllll il lilll-lll'izlll clllllll llc- llllsilvll to be. llclzuly to llclp lllll slllllvllls ill llll'l1' l'0Sl1ill'f'll wurk ol' even Tu 2lllllf'l172ll0 'lllclil' Wallis zlllll 1ll'i'1lS. slum- ll2lS pl-lwwl 2111 ill- Villllillrll? fl'l01lll to flltllll. llr-l' ulltllwllwl Uilllll Zlllll colllpilsllre :mf Sdltllrlll wvlll' l'lll'l:ll'1l llrl' llll' trivilll l'l'1llll'SlH uf Sll11lQ1l1Y5 iltll' illflwlllzltioll. Sllll i'H1lflllllllS ill llll- 1-vc-ll tl-llul' of ller XVZIY, llI1'1lll1Q,' ilSlClU Hllly lvllllll Htbllll' tllmlglltlvss pclsllll alis- lHl'lJS lllil tlllllil altllluslllllllw uf lllll lilnl':ll"v lvl' wllispvrillg or lhllgllllllg. For Miss .lullllstllllw lllws lltbl Iulolullv Zllly SfllQlC11l who llsvs lllix lllbl'2ll',V lull' allllvlllillg nlllcll' rllalll study. Sllirk llzlll, Ulll' oollvgle lilll'zll'y, was 0l'1'Cl'C4l in 19035, lliCl'K' tllc Sl'lllll'lll lllily lilllll illlllfwt :lllytllillg flesircll in the lillff of rczlclillg. l'vf0l'ollc'cl wfmlis lllkly lx: fliijllllll for study ill Ellly fl0pil1'l1ll911l. lvllilv lllfx llesl 0llT'l'0lll, pwioflicills furnish lllzltc-l'ial for lH'CS9lll'fl2ly mliscfllssiolls lmosiflos affording an Op- portllnity for 1'02lCllllg as ll l'ocl'olltioll. The library with its attractive oak 'l:1ll'11lSlllllgjS kllltl l'XC'Cll0lll lighting and ven- tillltioll, is 21 very Implllzll' plalvcl witll tllc stllclents who fre- quent it at all tlinlvs of the your. -if' "i',,,Y-I?" INTERIOR OF LIBRARY --uv'-Cv' -f ' 4 , Qlxprrtnltenhenr of Butlhtngs ani: Qirnunhs X' i ll.l.l.X5l ll.XlIlilSUN MUVOY was horn April Q Qlith. INIBT, on ai fzirm in Clarke County, Iu- Lllilllil. :mil ll1Cl'l' hu spm-ur his early lmyhood. Ilv ciiilviwil Fl'2llllillIl College- at sovcntm-ii and 1 mil ln gi'z14lii:i1'ml as si clnssin-nl stliclcellt in 1861. After 11 lilll2lllO11 he lzliiglit for tml lvczirs, half uf this fimv in the srfliunls uf Jwliiisinl lhiiiity. Fm' lliri-Q yr-airs hu was Supwr- imrimlviit mul l,l'lIll'lIlill of rhcf Ymiriiiiii High Sclnwl. and lm-1' llo was il l'i'wl'vswi' :ii l'+vlli-gv llill :mil Klwwviwfs Hill ' lullc iff' 0. 5 . . - , Xi, vighl, In-urs ul ugh MV. Klvl qv gnvr- ull limi lmil. mints. tn ,Fl'2llllillIl llillvgv. :mil in 2ll'.ll'l' tw-:iw :uililwl hun- 'hills uf1'l0ll:1l's In ilizil iii-sr gill. lwsiilr-Q llc-wiring his ripest 7 ist 'vvars in il :ls flaw SllIM'l'lllll'll1lt'lll nf luiiililings and iimls. lli- was mlm um- ul' tliw iliiw-f'1f+i's fm' :1 iiumlier of X1 ll'S. WILLIAM HARRISON MCCOY ' Nlr. Nlcil'0,v'S.pam-ills wwj- ilf-iwlwl lilll'lHllil1lS vinyl hm- has lullmvvd in flu-11' swims. lg' his wnisisrzint LhI'ISEl11Il life lw has won rhc- l'l'SlN'l'l :mil lim- ul' all film stiulmils and pro- fc'ssm's. Long lll2l,Y has fam- lui St'l'll zilmiif rhf- plzivc- he has lwvwl aml sm-wil sn wvll. A ff MRS. VIOLA BERGEN Matron 'JF' 7 --wry - --7 -+ 1 Y--v -ig'-W ,W- W. A. BURTON HOMER KENT Treasurer Registrar , w -:nt 1 I Jflytt ' ' " 'M' " 'ea - FRANKLIN COLLEGE L I e- e FRANKLIN, INDIANA f ldeal' location. Twenty miles south of lndianapolis on Pennsyl- 1 - vania, Big -Four! and lnterurban Lines. Five modern buildings. New and complete Gymnasium. New modern Dormitory for girls. , Franklin College is on the accredited list for professional work for teachers. Courses in Vocal' Music' and Piano. All A college classes taught by bead. professors. Expense reasonable. . For particulars address . Q ' , ' President MELVIN E. CROWELL .Je ll-:lt-ll - ll Il ll ll il tl Il it 'H COLLEGE CHAPS e o WK Are Charter mentbers of out Fashion Ctoto, To them istlue style World to- debted for reiment that is new, distinctive and novel. It's our one desire to ' C melee you tote notice. with the styles of to-dey welre after you. S J.oB. PAYNESISQN e 22 VV. Jefferson Street V CASH CLOTHIERS GREEK CANDY STORE The General Meeting Place o For All College Students All Kinds of Refreshments, Drinks and ' Fresh Home Made Candies . Proprietors V I - .m1 L I S be Hlumni U111'111"1' Ax1111111111S1P1: 11111 1111111' 11111 1'111111g11 1111 1111? ,Xa 111 1s 11111'111's of 11111111-sr 111 1111111' f1'11111 1,1111 1"1'1111k1111 1 Ilill, XY11, 11111 vlllllitbl' 1'111ss, s111111 11111' 1111111'1111s1 1'111111g11 s1111111111s, 1111 11111'11 11s111111 s111'111'111 141 111-1111 11e1's1111111 w' ' 11,111 Q"1'11111Q'5- W' 111W5'f'5 151111 11 1591111 11111"'1'f' 111 11111111's '1:41I' '11111' 11311113 111111 QQ11111. 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NVQ 111111 111111111 11111 1111111115 4141: S1111111 of 11111' 1111'11 11lll11111'1' 11'1111 '1'1'111,1', XV. T. S1011, 'GL - .. , Alh, h.,-A A ,,, .,,.. , ,A A,. - ,, 4-.. Qiaur gnbianapnlis alumni ' UST a few words from the Indianapolis Alumni of Fianklin Qollege may not be without in teust to the ieadc is of the Iunioi Annual lt is remarkable how many of the old stu- dents have gradually drifted to lndlanapolis, until now the college has a large representation in the flap- ital City. And we feel justified in believing that the dear old college has some reason to feel proud of these. her child- ren. Some of them are taking leading parts on the stage of State and National affairsg and many are proving wor- thy and responsible citizens, on whose judgment and wis- dom the people may and do depend. Possibly nothing is more certainly true than that as we advance in years we recall more kindly, more lovingly the period of our college days and the friendships we then formed. To meet and recall the old times becomes an in- creasing pleasure. ln token of this sentiment some years ago a munber of the old students met and agreed to hold an informal reunion annually. The original idea was to call together those who had been friends and fellow-students during the years including the late seventies and the early eighties. There was no intention to be exclusive or to leave out those of other years, but it so happened that there was an unusual number of these making their home in the city ""- 4- n and it seemed the natural thing to get them together. Many of the others have been invited to these gatherings, from time to time, as the hospitality of the heart and the size of the home of tl1e host and hostess have dictated. But those of the years mentioned are supposed to constitute the personnel of the llalloween Party, for Halloween is the date set for these animal gatherings. lit is hardly necessary to say that the festival we celebrate furnishes the key-note to the occasion. One night in the year Time turns backward and the boys and girls of twenty-five and thirty years take the stage and the play goes merrily on. Each hostess plans the program for her own entertainment and every player ac-ts the part assigned, let the laugh fall where it may. And such jolly times as we do have! Nothing else in all the year so smoothes out the wrinkles and brightens the eye. Decorations and refreshments suited to llalloween are pro- vided, and all the worries and cares of every day grind are laid aside. live believe that we are made better, more kind- ly and possibly wiser by these frolics. Several times we have had the pleasure of having one or more of our long-ago teachers with us. Dr. Stott has more than once graced our festival, as have also Professors Hall, Owen and Thompson. They have proven that they can write poetry or make an elephant in chewing-gum as clev- A 1- 'Aer- erly as the rest of us, and their dignity seems not to be pei'- manently impaired. There is one section of our eoinpzuiy which I have not mentioned-our HTaffs.7' VVe have taffs of the first cleffree tv U 21 At our last. meeting it was decided to organize, in order that matters relating to our meetings might be more defi- nitely looked after. Chas. F. Remy was made president and May Wyeth Moore, Secretary. and tags of the Second degrees lhc folimmi marry into lllelli lVe wish to assure the clear old College that unclerneatli honors and the lallmi are born into Hmm' T110 last mul' all the fun and frolie lies il tender, loving thought for the llcmed are not gemimlly 11111011 in Uvidfmffo at these 'mel' 'institution to which we owe so mueh, and to her We pledge ings for Obvious Wflsonsqlllll the form' WO haw' with us our lovalty. Nav she live long to he at lmlessingf to all who always. XVe have initiated them from time to time and dwell iivirlliu Hwimdius Of hm, influence. R worked faithfully at their educ-ation until now we feel rather proud of them--they, too, eau sing wllohias :mtl To- Most sincerely and in hehztlf of the Indianapolis .Xl- lruneusw or draw a pig with their eyes eloserl. umni. May lllyeth Moore. ty 'ze qztgfhw Egg s ,yi n Q p It if Q f y swf . V . f lf 'X- sg t 'v Q N p f! Q1 gy 41. M A m Qi ll ! A Qviiitgi im, pp ff ssqggtm, if 'ki -e tx 'lx M M. fl , if t xvgq ,WW f ' ti, K g, g07iSi JIT 'l i 'Q L 1 ti V 1 'fs ,, x li,, - v -' fe-1, . 1 mx S X 487 4 -l- franklin Qllnllzgz alumni in the urtbmwt HERE are not very many old Franklin students I here, and those there are, are quite widely -,ij 47,1 scattered. So far as l have been able to find 'il lil out. Prof. Henry is the pioneer out here--many of the older students will remember him. At present he is the librarian at the University of Xllashing- ton. a position he has held for a great many years. Dr. E. T. Hanley Qltastus or Path and Pearl Hook Hanley were the next to enter the Northwest. Dr. llianley has held the position as head of the City Hospital of the Pity of Seattle for several years. eYrn ldranigin loeated first at Xen' Port. NVashington, but later moved to Mt. Vernon. llis wife. Stella Atwood Branigin, is also a 'Franklin graduate. Mr. llranigin was lately elected City Attorney, and is quite prominent in all eity and county attairs in that part of the country. Earl Fisher and Mary Van Nuys Fisher located tirst at Pendleton, Oregon, later at Portland, Oregon, where Mr. Fisher is interested in a magazine business. llarry Vanarsdale is a elerk in a bank at Olympia. Conrad York is prineipal ot a sehool at Yakima. The writer is at present loeated with the Midway Hill Voinpany, at Seattle. and likes the West better each year. l wish to extend hest wishes for the sueeess of the 'tldlue and Gold" for 1010, and any other enterprise in which the students of Franklin Follege may engage. l watch the events in the old Vollege through the Franklin Star quite elosely and assure you that l think of the old College often. Yours truly, H. A. Alexander, '05, Seattle, lVaShington. f ff fo V dxx """ fc 1 I W k o fa' 'wt '?V'5llF'lf?5fS5 ,V1 A 1 1 A! Q? 'U 4 ns, XWQIME N X'-X w.'Q'4'.! If 'fr 'Q' 4 -ll' N If !p,' ,xl -'Q -ij- aa-".'f fare' r 9-215 1 I 5 N' q JA, YK X, 'QVY twig? X - aww! New ?.4.g,,,, A- Y 1 1 Q message frnm Elapan - AM greatly honored and delighted to be asked to speak to the friends of .Franklin through the columns of the Junior Annual. What delight- ful memories crowd in as I think of the young men now somewhat older who launched the An- nual on the sea of 'l0lll'l1i1llSII1. How inspiring to think there is another "young setu to 'tproseeute the enterprise," for without prosecution as well as persecution there is no promised land even for a college journal. 'llhe fellow who said "you can't hustle the Eastl' never visited Tokyo, or he would have said "you can't keep up." 'l'hings are moving rapidly,--Politics, religion, diplomacy, education, as well as electric cars, steam engines and auto- mobiles. Americals Yellow Race Fever, l'hina's Renais- sance, Korea's Amalgamation and Japanese Ambition all together take the breath sonietiines. One seems to be mov- ing on the 'cC'entury l'.i111itedl7 all the time. .lust a few words about our work. The first thing is the abominable language-the most difficult in the world, it is said. Fortunately one can do nicely with English in the educational eentersg though to get to the pcoplels heart one must use their language. l have kept up the language study more or less systemati- cally, and expect to continue to do so untilfthe end of my days. Our special work has been with the young men of lVaseda University-sa school established by flount Okuma, one of Japan's elder statesmen, revered bg, all. The school has an enrollment of over 7,000 and is growing rapidly, adding new departments each year. 'llhe llltbtto ot' tl1e lfniversitvv is :'l,ibert'v of 'l'hought and Freedom of Expression." About 100 of the students are in regular liible classes, and the utmost freedom is given both in the school and in the eommunit'v tor Christian effort of all kinds. lVe have just received from Anieriea 3517,5oo with which to build a dormitory for bniversity young men. .X beautiful site, an old temple-ground, has been secured, and we hope to have a new building ready by September. 'in which to be- gin our Social Settlement work. 'llhus in Tokyo one ot' Franklin's sons and one of her daughters. together, are seeking to maintain the principle that f'hristianit1v is not only compatible with the highest culture but essential to 'it as well. lVith best regards, Yours most truly, Tokio, Japan. lfl. ll. l3enninghotl:, '01. ,lm , ., .i Q9ur sbt to franklin olleqz T is with pleasure that l send tl1is message of ap- preciation and greeting. .Xlmost thirteen years have rolled hy sinee l entered 'Franklin as a Ulfirst P1'C'17.,ll and during all these years my appreeiatiou has constantly enlarged. lt was worth a great deal to feel, while a student struggling to make the ends of the week lruekle together, that rieh and poor are given an equal opportunity. The power to think and reach one's own eonelusious that is emphasized at Franklin made the Seminary tasks mueh lighter. lluring these years that l have lmeen trying to lead men to an ae- eeptance of the truth, the hlessings of those six years spent at 'Franklin have lveen more than it is possible for me to explain. It was one of the happiest, days of my life when l really heeame a College man, and these years have reveal- ed to me the tremendous deht l owe lfranklin. The work of a College is greater to-day than over hefore as the air is full of douhts and ehanging quantities. The student eomes with his miml open for impressions that eau never he completely changed, and it. is very important that the College of to-day he dominated hy the spirit of truth. She must not he swift in turning from old things. nor dare she he too slow in accepting new things when they hear the stamp of truth. Science and 'lQ'iterat1u'e, Theology and History, along with all the departments of modern life are going through a proeess of change. lt is the busi- ness of the College to give a man au unshaken confidence in the eternal elements, and the ability to appreciate thor- oughly the far-ts that have to do with the ehanging quantity. lfranliliu has always done that very thing, and heeause of this she must 'live 1ill!-21001tll1PllSlllllQ a larger work eaeh time a year passes into history. There should he a mighty tie binding the Alumni so 1-lose to the College that eaeh should feel as if he were a present faetor in the life of the Institution. There should he sueh a spirit in the heart of every one of us that will eause us to reeeive with utmost fraternal enthusiasm any man or woman who eau stand hy the Gold and Blue, and yell for good old Franklin-the best, College in the State ul: Indiana. Very sincerely, XV. G. Plverson, '03, lndianapolis, lndiana. ll t 4 17 'l'11 1111, 1111111 111 1i1111w 211111 111 1l11g1111ssi111'x' 111 1111v1-. what jfranlalin allege 3335 meant n we Vvork .X13111111i11111111-1- wi111 111.x's1111 111111 21 111-1-s1111111 2lI1l11'l'CiHT141ll 111 G01111 1i111es. 'mx' Nut to preach. 11111211 11111 1111sl 111111i111111111 is 1111111111111 1111 11111111111 sy11111111h3. A Code of llwmls. 71111211 11111 g111111111 1'11'111 is 11111s1 sig11i1i1'11111 W111111 1 V1l1ll1' ,, , ll1'VSC1f 111g111y. 1110 141111 111 111111ks. , , '1'11111 1111111- is 111111g111' 111 1l1l111g lll'V Hl'1'11Il11'116Sf and 111 Ill5IPll'a1lO11 T0 Q11 1111. . . ' 1'11111'Q111g IT 111 111111111s1v. HH. Pmwr mu mlnlnilm' 71111211 1111s is 21 g111111 11111 XV11I'141 XV111l l111s1s 111 g111,111. l11lI'1'- 71111211 1111v011111111e111 is '1:1'Ulll wi111i11. mimlpd p111',p111 in if. 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V X11 1111p1"111"1111i1111 111: 1111w111' fm' 11111 11111 11 1'1 K' R L U1 QAWU- ,. , . 111111111'ic1is, 994-. 1-1111s1111111s1111ss 111: 11111 1'Qs11111'1'11s 111 1111- w111'111 1161111111 lll0. 1701111111 111 11111 11111V111's11y 11f fN111c11g0. um it mae when If mae a allege Statment HHN I was in college that was the period i11 its p history of the Good Age,-no had students. Soinetiines aujoke, triek or 'stuntiwas played, im-,IllLf'l'l',lily sueh as lnuiging 21 dead pig 111 21 fellow s rooni nt night, while he was out. On l1is return finding hiniself walking against the llklllglllg pig and 11ot knowing what it was, 501119 very pl'i'lllltll' feelings 0211110 over him, and the Q'll2lllC9S were that he would leave l1is I'O0l11 in douhle-tpiiek tinie. If an l1llSllSpOCll11g Slll1l6l1l roonied 011 tl1e first floor, other hrighter fellows would Coin- hine and plan 21 night hath for llllt l:HI'llll'l' hy placing il tuh filled witl1 water and propped up H11 sticks, outside and under l1is P00111 window, then, hy some 1'11se, frighten the fellow so that l1e XV011lCl juinp o11t of tl1e window and land square i11 the lllll of water-1111d fellow, tuh, water and all would go over i11 one heap. lniniediately Coinplete darkness would reign and the vietiin left alone to finish the rernainder of tl1e seene. S01Il0ll1ll0S tl cord would he tied to the hell elapper, the11 this cord 02ll'l'lCKl out through the cupola window to the top of a nearhy tree, passed over a pulley a11d taken hack in Tl1l'0llgl1 il window of a fellow lO01I1lI1g on 0110 of the upper floors. Along i11to tl1e sniall hours of the night. the college hell would set 11p 11 wonderful 1i11gin,L'. the eitizens of the town would he aroused from their quiet sluinhers and out they would eolne, thinking there was a great fire. Even the ery of Fire! Fire!! lflirel If was shouted, hut no fire eould he diseovered. The hell at the college was 11s silent as il Ttilllll. So the wake-ned citizens slowly returned to their hoines and heds. llihen all was still illltl the sleepers fully folded i11 tl1e arins of Morpheus, tl1e eollege hell sounded l0l1ll0l' than at first and more frequent. Out again, eaine the eitizens, ljlll not i11 11s great nuinhers 11s hrfore, only to find all 11 false alarni. This was repeated to lllll third or fo11rtl1 time hefore Ceas- ing to ohtain results, hut it was 11ll very funny to the light-headed student hidden away i11 l1is rooni. Then, too. the eollege hell would he upturned o11 Rl eoltl night, tl1e ll'lllpf'1'?iTlll'6 heing zero or lower, and filled witl1 ' water. The next inorning tl1e janitor would fail to ring the hell, 'fit was full of iee, and 11s solid as 2111 ieeherg. llow Elll'lllSlHg and funny to see llll' college l'resident, and three or more staid students, witl1 hatehet Zlllll ax. Cutting and elmpping the iee out of tl1e hell. Reeitations were eondueted lll1'Ull,Qll the entire day, in the forenoon, froni Sl to 12, and i11 tl1e 2lflC'1'11O0H, from 1:30 to 4:30. l'h11pel was held twiee tl day, at S130 A. M., lllltl 4:30 TP. ll. The ehapel was o11 llllt third floor of lillillllllfll' llall Zllltl would seat. 0110 l1lllltll't'll and forty persons. A Examinations were held on the last two days of aeeh term, in the eollege ehapel. They were open to the pulmlie and all oral. The work of teaching was very promiscuous, for at one hour a professor would teaeh Greek and at the next hour teach llatheinaties, or clll0llllSf1'f' one hour, and Latin the next. On eomlnem-einenI day, eaeh graduate delivered an ora- tion. after which the diplomas were presented, preceded hy a farewell talk hy the President. The class of 1861 was the lirst elass whose diplomas were of parchment and the farewell talk was delivered in liatin. The founders of lfrauklin Uollege were thorough Vhris- tian men. So, then, in projeeting and founding the eol- lege it was fully in their minds and hearts that Christianity as well as Vulture should he of the leading reasons for its c-xisteneeg and so, religious influence has been a prominent feature in its history. Not a winter, during my eollege days, passed hut that an etfec-tive and wonderful religious revival eame. The eollege hell, for weeks, would ring eaeh morning at tive oleloek, ealling as many as would eome, To a prayer meeting held in the room of some student: and for eonvenienee two of these meetings were held at the same hour, one in flil1kl11lll81' Hall, the other in Hailey llall. These revivals resulted in great good to the students und seores were converted. Well, what now of all this! lfan any eomparison he made! Yes, yes, and that, too, To good and lvetter. In 1854 there were but 'live ineinlmers of the facultlxgea pres- ident, three professors and a tutor. Now, twelve members eonstitute the faculty. Then, there was no English Depart- ment, no History. -no Biology,-only an i'llll3l"Vtl lllllfllll- cal laboratory, and too, no Gf'1llll2lSllllll. Then, not a lady was on the faculty. New live as worthy, noble and good ladies as the land atlords, H11 various chairs on the faculty. Then, there were no "meds" in the institution--vit was strietly a nlale eollege. For it had not yet been diseovered that a woman eould eomprehend and think a man, and so. take in tl1e work of the College Clll'l'lC11lll111. Now, we have as many young women as young nien, and they are doing as good work, understanding fully as well as the men. and going out from the eellege to their duties of life emlually eompeting with them. ln the year of 1351-5, there were 129 students enrolled: 10 in the flollegiate llepartment, 26 in the Seientitie De- partment and 93 in the 'Preparatory 1,0llil1'l1I1011l. ln 1909- 9, the enrollment was 320g 38 of these seniors, SPS freshmen and no l'reparatory llepartinent. The roll of the .xlllllllll in 1854-5 was Tp in 1861 it had grown to 26, and now it is more than 500. In 1854-5 there were hut two buildings on the campus. New there are seven, namely, Chandler llall, Bailey llall, Stott Hall, Shirk Hall, Gymnasium, Ladies' Dorniitory and Heating Plant. Then, the college endowment was 360,000 in cash and unpaid subscriptions ,and of the unpaid subscriptions many were never paid. Now, there is about 5B250,000 produc- tive endowment. Then, the library did not have a dozen good books. Now, it contains more than 17,000 volumes. Then, there was no cabinet and only a very small labora- tory. Now, we have a cabinet of 50,000 specimens and two good working laboratories, one each in the Chemical and Biological Departnients. In all this, is there not encemragenient. for what has been of success and usefulness in and through Franklin College, and an incentive to go forward to the accomplish- ment of greater things in the future! Swell the college endowment to S500,000, increase the number of faculty to 20 professors, make the enrollment 500, and have a sen- ior class of 60 or more each year. Also, build up the now existing literary societies and organize new ones, as niany as necessary to acconnnodate the demands, and each of the entire student-body and all friends work to the accomplish- ment of this great end. lvilliam Harrison NleC'oy, '61, fa. 'K WW -f i p .1 I l 4 4 THE LIBR AH Y miof5 l w l r U l Li... BERTRAM E. BROWN President TDR CURSE Df 1910 C'olo1'sA-Crvalu and Nm-null. F l uwcr--'ll ul ip. 1'resident ....... Vice-Presifln ut . . . Secretary ..... fllreasurm' ....... ,llusincss lllallagul' . . . Class Play Ul121ll'lll2lll llistorian ..... . 'Poet . . . . Orntor . wfficere .llC1'f1'3111 E. Brown . . . . Della Smlclers . . . . . . . Stella Best . . Klillzlul O. More . . . . . .'l,y111an Hall .....l,w E. flllllds . . . . . . Mary Clark xlIll'Vl'2l lluclqlcberry . . . . . . Allen Foster Zbistorp of the Qmior Mass Old! y11a1's :1Q11 W11 Worr just gremi l:I'CSl1lI1l'1l but we 1lid 1111t COIIflllllC long ill that statc. NVQ hogau at 111100 to adapt 1111rs1-l1'1-s t1'1 11111' 111111' sur- U 1l1,'l'lW1l,ll, ' - U ,, , , . 1, .. , . I , 1 .. Mit IW, 'f 1-111111d111gb and 511011 to11l1 0111 11 .101-5 11: eaccim 'I' 1 if Illi. Y' I A i11 all 1'1'1ll11g11 a1'ti1'iti1-H. 111 this, th1- first your 111' our 1'11ll11g1- lifv, we were ahh' t11 f11r11ish from 11111' 1111111- I1111' S0V111'al strung 111011 for 11111 111l1l1etic Hvld. of XVl101l1 we were justly lJI'Ollil. And the next your XVI5 wore l1a1'k as j11lly as sophs. This year 11111- fa1111-- was carried th1-1111gh tho state by the Gl1111 Club, which 111111sislQ1l chiefly 11f boys from the class of '10, ljllflllg thesv years, in which wr were laying the foundat'i1111 for g.fl'62lf0I' things. 11'11 Q1111sta11t1y l1111k111l for- ward to the time 1vhc111 we c1111ld say, "We have reaclied the goal set for l1S.,, BH when we had 01111111 to our junior year we could do 110 bettefr than 1'11ll111v thr- example of peaco which 11111' w11r- r, -1 thy pr1'd1'1cess111's had givcn 11s. We intr11d11ced d11ri11g tho year, hesides the cap and guwn, the j1111i0r hat. the c1111ti11111-d ltXlSf0IlK'f' of which s111'111s z1s1111r11d. VVith1111t d1111l,1t, l111w1-V1-1', the g1'11z1t11st h111111r, l111th t11 thv class and t11 lllll 1'11ll1-gc, has l30Gll 1'11S01'v111l for 11111' S1-11i0r' year, and it is 11111- whi1'h 1111 Othvr 4'l2lSS has ltftflll 11111'111itted to claim. XVC hz11'1- as 111111 11f 11111' lll0Illl5f'1'S rhe Stntv 1vi111111r' of the C'111fil 'Iih111l1-s S1'h11h11'sl1i11. ixlfllllllglll 0111' way has lltbf 2llXV2l'YS l1111'111 s1111111th. yet W1- have d0v11l1111111l 111111 l1ec1111111 Sfl'0!lg'l'l' as wc- ha1'11 l11-1111 :1l1l1f 111 0VQr01111111 the 11l1staQl0s which XVI' ll2lVC 11111'111111t111'11d. As the days 11f this f'11llQg1' year pass hy, W1- t'1111l 1111,1r1- litfltllly than Cvvr h11f0r0 what "tho 1'11ll1-gh 1111 the hillv has 111ea11t to us i11 illil past. ll0r i11H1111111'11 will go with us i11 thc- fu- ture and will lllt illl i1111c11tiv1- f111' highcfr and 1111ble1' aspira- tions. The HlStlJI'iHI1. ,kv ig., 07, nun: Qtr. Q, ,I 31 t rw 2 133:51 I , VX , AJ!-sg . If ,..i,.5 , Annu. 4 . 17 W . 4... - ..- ...,.... fl - ' 1 C01'd1-li:1 Clarn Hazvl li. Alihvit Ruth I.a1w Lee IC. Vliilds C'o1z111c1.1.x l'1.A1a1i, F1:.xN1c1.1x. Ix1r1.1x,x. 1,1413 If. i'1111,11s, I"1:.xN1c1.1N, Ix111,xNA. MUSHE AI-E-S .Fl-'iulklill High Sf'hW'l? I11diUUUlf01iS Kiudflli' i'l1o111ist1'V, ILS.: Mmiisoll Iligli Svliool, 'Wig Siggnm .Xlplia gzirten f1'z1111111L: Sclmoig XVOi'3SfUI', 705-'0Sg ,l,111co111z1. , .f' I , k ' , '. ' 1 :O9-910. 1' ,IilbSliH11, lJl'I'S11iI'lli, 101 110105111111 to Ntlfltbllili 1111111111- tion at .XTi2lllTiK' Pity, 'mag lJl'l'iCiOSi2lll, p1'vsi1l1-111 fall IIAZEL EVALYN ,XBBE'l"I', FRAN1i1.1N, INDIANA. tr11'111, 'OSU class ViC0-1ll'0Sii4iO1lY, '07-'msg 4-1mi1'111z111 mflass Greek, A.B.g Franklin High School, '06g Pi Bvm Phig play c"0111111ift00. 'IOL S0t'l'CT2l1'f' Atiilelfiv Assuvizitioii. 'Uti- girlis basketbau HH1111, 7095 lllallfliim' 111Hi01' girls' baskm' 7072 presidvlif U1'z1I'o1'icz1l .Xssoc'iz1fio11, 'US-'0SPg Ulm C'l11b, ball team' ,095 flilwffil' girls, ?Ym"2'SiUm 013501, '09-710 'UT-'USQ 'liillx Flzlsliliglit plllilimitioli 1141111-fl. 'mhz 'l'l1v RUTH LAW, NORTH VERNON, INDIANA' If1l'2lllkiil1 llIlbiil'2lfi01l board, ,OS-,105 editor'-in-chief 1115101-y, Ph.B.g 1,0vQ1 1111gh SQ110011 Tiincmiiaz Y. W. 11 Siwiug TOTIII, '09s u1a1wsriHg fiflifmw '09-'10s tutor in A. cabinet. 709310. clirfiiiistry, '09-310. X l l:4'l'Tl'2llll I-Z. B1'mx11 KIill:1rd4l.N1m'0 Nlildlw-ll Nlulll-mlm-v Iirnvsl ll. Smith ll1al:'1'1:lxxl lf. lllzmvx. l'll!.XNlil.lX. lxmlxxlx. Xll1,n1:14:1l lf. Kll'l.l.l'IXlPHlIl'f. l'llZ.XXlil.IN. 'l'xmAxx.x. l '1'l1 l'-l Vlll'-ll-1 Wllilvlilllfl llliull N'l1"'1l1 Vlli Alll'l1f' l'i1 lm-ligll. mls.: l'll'ilIllill1l llagll s.-1..,.,1. 'mag ,Xlplm cmmm 'I ' -g , 'UN-llllll 15" 1 lg 'UU-l l' A - - - - - - . . 1 M If ml, 'lxldllllll f""1-, H ' tml! .Xlplmz l'wl'14-lm-null: lllllllil' gl'll'lS lmslwilmll llxillll, Htl: lull lpqllll. Hn-mr: Irzlvlq nfmn. llibg lnlsllll-55 nlzllmgl-1' O . I 'X . . .U, .UN ,H I, ll. 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Musia-, Xl.l3.g l'11lxx':11'1ls1m1'I lligll S4-lluui, .t,S1 1111113111111 Faye M. Smith Milliv A. Mutz Vliffm-11 N. Mills A. Il. Alaifln-1' FAY1-1 Human-3 Sxlvrii. I"1:.xNli1.1N. lxiv1,xx,x. .X1:1.1cN Il.xYxmN1m Ni-X'l'Ill-Ili. Ixn1.xN,xl'nI.1s. .ir-riiiziii, Ph.l3.g Iflwiiikliii lligh Svllmul, 'UTS XYcl1stei'g Y. XV. V. A. caxhiiic-r. '09-'10. , ,, , , . , Mutlic-iinzirics, ILS.: Mmiiml ll'2llll11lg High bcliuul, Wi I l. I BQIIAIIEF AIHl?EbMUTg. IYli'f'f"':T' INMAQCAI' Phi Aiplia Pig XVchst0i', Ibl't12-Iifitxllffllii term, ,095 foacflivi' fiig is 1, 1. 1.1 'im in ll1'0' wi 'c' um , 'Wig vo mstcr. , M , , i . , , . . ' b :H L 04-'0Sg H. H. V. A. Cilillllfxf. US-095 1ll'l'S1dCllt Y. M H 1 . 'I . s II. ' 1' x , . . H -1- . Liu lout N B MLS' .nm N' Ixmfxx U. A.. 09-10g husinoss iiimmgei' lhc- I1lash'hght, '09 Nlatliciiizltlc-s, H54 Hayciui High Sclimvl, 051 tf-zicflivr. , l H ,lil 1 . . 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'H31 tml:-111-l', WT- X 1 I I v I . V Q Y HA: Phi .Xlplm P12 XY1-hsT11l': Y. Nl. V. .X. 1-uhim-1, WHS- l""Q'llSh- 111-If-1 xx hW'I2""l H1311 N'h""l- H43 HUM 4' - ..- vw V - --1 rx J i- 'N, ' ' 1 H ' A 'Q' . v I, 1 WM. 0.1-W: Ilu- I'l11shl1ght 11H2ll'1l. 0-'Z llw ll'2llllxll1l U- - X- XX- 1- AX- 1-1111111 T. WJ-10. 4111111115 fllllf Ihlhlivzllimn hmxlwl, 'llhfllig Turm' in lC11glish. 'HS-'10, 'l'u111.111:11 Krwlll, TUKI11. JAIAN. l,1-:UNA l3.x1:N11.x1:1w'1', i'u1.1'111:l's. lx1v1,xx,x. Il1t411-YV, l'l1.l3.: Kmnsvi Middle Svlwul, Ok11'vz1l11z1. 'U-Lg Xyiwwlu Illgllpl. ImW,Iml.m4,l.'V gc.ll,,Hlq lokwq -my: xxugwhl lllwtuly. I l1.I1.. C nlllllllltlgll 1011103 Hlgll 54ll1 l'11ix'v1'siIVx', 'l'f1k11,. 'NL ,X.'U.: XY1-hstm-1'. Xvc-hsTv'1'. 1'11'm--p1'vsifl111I willlell' TOV111. 'lU. ml Ulf Xl-Irv I' 1'lw1'lw llruzlmlus M. Smilh Xl xlzx' I'fAlx1,x VI xlrlilfi, I"1:.xN1cr.1N. lxlvuxx. lilzmxlwlw Ni1lN1IUl'I5NIl'l'll. Fvwlql IN Iva 1 lvl Il V U. I Q 1 I NV I 1 ffrvc-li, .X.l3.: AXllfli'l'SHIl Iligh Sm-lnml H3 I4 ulwr 'USE-'lllfg 'Umm 1' "' 'mwlw ml ' V 10" ' '1'N" A'- m'l"i'm Phi Dm-lm VIYIIOIZIQ l,c1'ic'lc-sizlll, lPl'4'illh'llf wimu If IIII7 zlskvrlmll fm SP: l11s1'm'1z111 Svlllfil' claus, IU: 'img 1,2,g1H,T1,i,11 H,m,,' 'HS' 'UTI 3 XI 4 X mlnmq. php un Tlllul lll 1111111111 'WW IU Ulm- mul GUM lnmwl. UF: I1-,lc-law. Us-HEI. , -'z. MAIN BUILDINGS CHANDLER HALL sToTT HALL BAILEY HALL nv... . ...F V x. ,, ...,.. ,.., 7- -.--.,-- - . -K ..... ,, . .,,, , ..-.,.-V+, ..-..,,-- V ..,-W..- . wiv. :' . ' ,. if ' 1 X. E?:' f ' L Y N x l .. l Q- X 5151? ' - x , . , , X - -. Ha. v ,fy '--"TM r . .lilclcs PHOTOGRAPHER J. E. HITZ FLORIST ' - Cut Flowers, Designs and Plants IF you want a want of any kind put a want adf - vertisement in The Franklin Daily Star, W. H. YOUNCE Walk Uver Shoes for Men In ' Queen Quality Shoes for Women THE FRANKLIN ART SHOP 5,ude,,,p Pictures, Frames, Portraits and I I Covered Buttons made to order Alumnus-3 fNeal's Jewelry Storej IVAN ELLIS, Proprietor Then keep in touch by reading ' You Willfincl it ati ','THE S 8f S O N ' S Send your name to the .college treasurer for a year's sub- - U scription, and get the college news EVERY WEEK. .ui 4 i . '1 sa 1 ei ill af... , STOYNLOOK! LISTEN! UNHEK FRUM GET B U.SY' ff, 1 ff' f f f f W f!Q My Z I Mnxevdu U TICKETS R DATE ON S4 W FUR 'TH E LE SOON. J NOR PROM Z, 5 w 2 ?2 XZ Z Z? 4! nf ,I 2 f THE ' 41 CHARLES D. BRANIGIN President Junior Class THIDP QEIM5 of 1911 i'1+Im'sfJl'111'1rlv Zlllll i'1'0:l111. . , , l'luw1-1'--rl urplr- 1 ll'YN2Hl1l14'lIll1lll. mff1CeY5 l'1'1-si4Iv111 ...... .......,... l 'hanrlm-s ll. lil'2lll1g'1l1 Xvil'f"l,l'C'S14'll'llF . .. ...... 111111111 Lua-l1x"x' 5K'i'l'i'l'2ll"V .... .... I iutlx f12l1'T1'l' 'i'l'l'2lSlll'l'l' ........ ..... N Y:11'l'1-11 Ilzull VIlllSil11'SS KIQIIIHQUI' .. .. .I"1':111k S. llw'+r1'41Q .Xllnlvliv NIRIIHIQOI' .. ...xl'1lllll' V. iUl't'bXYll HisI'4rl'1zlll ...... ...... N il1lC'f' 'Fmlfl I wt ...... .. 'lwllH1ll2lS1llU .Xvlh-11 f1l'2l1HI' ..... ,. Ralph Uulvlnilxe Yvll l,P2l1l0l' . . . . . Smith Ul'mx'1-1' Zbtstorp of tbz 311111111 111311155 . N 11111 full of 11107, 1h1- lllUlllllCl'S 11f tho class 111' '11 111111l11 their 1l0l111t i11111 Ill1'ilI1lilll1 Unllcge S01 1fi111y. S1-v11111y-f1111r lll0l'1' 11'11rc of 11s who 121111111 i11 S02l1'1'll 111 1h11 fruit. of 1l11- 1'11rl1i1l1l1111 11110, .Ks l illillll' ll'l'SlllIl0ll 1111 11111'l'v l1111r11111l Illill wo W1111- 111 l111 S0011 l1111 11111 h1-111'1l. This, l111w1ev1-1', tlld 11111 l1l'l'VCl1t IIS fl'111Il 111l:'i11g 111111 i11 alll 1'11ll11g11 111f1i1'iti11s illlil 1f11l1iv111i11g Rl ll'lll' 1-11ll1-QQ spirit. TI111 1'11ll11wi11g !VOilI', 11131111le lbtigilll toisit 1111 111111 take 110' ti1-11 111' IIS, f111' W11 W1-ru 1111w s1111l11111101'1eS. It was 111 this stugv i11 11111' lllllSll'l11llS 1-111111-1' that we l,11'1111ght 11111'selves i11111 111'11111i1111111'11 hy 1l1-1'111'111i11g the s11111lc11st211'k with 11111- 111111111r11ls, il 1l1-111l which lJl'Ollgl1t 11111111 IIS the wrath of thc iil:l'1'Slll1'Su 2lIl1l r11s11l11-1l i11 11111 Hag rush i11 Stott Ilull. lhir- ing this yt'2ll', 11111, S111111: of 11111' more Klilflllg lllK'll1l11'l'S i11- t111'f111'111l with llll' s1111i1j1rs' IlI'iViltC affairs 11111l 11'11r11 i111111111l- i11111lrv ':1l111'l11'11l" t'1'1r 1l111i1' 1111i11s. Aside fr11111 tllll' iiS1'l'2lllSu XVI' w1rr11 pr11111i111111t llll'011g'll 0111' work i11 11thl111i1-s, 11111l all pliasvs of 1111ll11g11 litv. .Xml s11 we 112111111 111 11111' j1111i11r year. I11s1e111l 111 the sov- 1111ty-f11111' 1i111i1l fresl11111111 W0 1111111 tl1i1'ty-s11v1111 11n111'g111'i1' jll11l1bl'S. hVl1Ol'0 11re the 111l111rs! 81111111 1u1111111l the Sl'1'1'llll11llS lite 11f 1h0 Glass of ,ll 11111 swift for th11111 111111 1l1'11p11111l l111- lllllfl. 0th1-rs 1h1111gh1 tl1e111sclv11s 11111 swift for 11s 11111l Wtbllf 1111 illlfiilll. .Ks jlllll1ll'S we l111v11 lllilllit ourselves fvlr i11 all C11ll11gQ 1113- tivitivs. XY11 l111v1- S0111 11111' ll1EIl'lb6l'S f111'1l1 111 11111 fray 11111111 tho f11otl111ll ti11l1l, l2i11-hiv, Uoiistable, J1Pll1lSOH, Boycr and liraiiigiu llllvfl lb1'Ullgl1l I11111111' upon tlioniselves, the class 21111l the sQh1111l 1v11111'111's of 1111: HFU. fl1111s111l1l0, Fl'Qlli1'li 11111l li'itcl1i1- l1z11'1z 1'11111'11s11111Q1l the class 1111 1l111 varsity l111sk11t- l111ll t1111111. O111' 1'l11ss 11111111 was 1l1'fe111111l only hy the soph- 0111111'11s i11 thc- i11111r-1'l11ss loague. 11. is 11111 11111'ly 111 my 11'h21t part we will 111110 i11 l111s11l121ll 11111l 1111 th11 track. NVQ Ill'0 SlIl'l', l1OXVCVC'l', 1h111 W11 will 11111 he 11'i111l 11111l t1111111l 11121111- ing. While talciiig' this l1ill'l i11 111l1le1.iCS, XVI' l111v11 1101 1111gl1-1:1- e1l 11111' 1111-11111l 1l111'11l111111111111 11111l j1111i111's have s111111l 1111111113 11111 first XVll1'X1 it has hc-1-11 11 q1111Sti11n of l1r21i11s l'2ll'l1f'1' illilll 1115 1llllSClf'. NV11 S1-111 lhilph Dohhiiis fl'0lll 11111' cl11SS 111 rep- 1'11s1111t 11111 1f11ll11g'e 'ill the State Or11t01'i1'11l V111111-St 21t l111li- 1111111111liS. T11 April, YVill111r I'il'6XVl'l', 2111111l101' jllllltil' will l111 iFI'illlli'lllliS 1'11111'11s1-11t11tiv0 i11 1h11 l1111-1'1'11ll11g'iat1- l'Q:11'11 f,l1ll1lCSt. XVO have l1111-11 1111 111'igi1121l j1111i111' vlass. Besides 211l0pt- ing 21 1lis1i111'1iVe class l121.11 W0 have i11t1'111l111:111l the U-T11u'i11r I'1'011l77 i11 Fl'2lllkll1l, wh11s11 111121011 and 1lig'11ity 111111 IICVPI' l11-- 1601? l1111111 i111'111l111l hy 11V1-11 21 llillf of 21 iil11'0Ill.7i. NVQ have 11111le1r111k1111 the 1111l1li1'111i1111 of Hll'h11 Blue 11111l Golcll' and are 111111i11g forth 11111 hcst 11l"f111'ts to make it 21 s111'C11ss. NV1+ he- 1111111 that S11 fill' 11111' Class has 11121lC il 1'0C'Ol'1l 11npf11'all11l01l hy llllllf' i11 1l111 l1is1111"v of 11111 1111ll11g0. I1 1111l.v r1111111'ins 'l"11l' Ili 111 1'11111i1111O i11 thc- YV2l'V we l111v11 lbtxgllll to leave l10hi11d 11s Zllil 11111lyi11g 1111111111r.v. The Historian. Van IL Iinyol' t'l1:l1'l0s IC. Wmmfhwli Frzmk S. IQQ1-ords 'l'hnn1:1sim- Alla-11 XYAN llusurlc lion-:1:. ,Kml1"1'oN, Ixlnuxx. l"1:.xN1q S.x1'N1m1c1:s IIICVHHIDS. l"1:.xN1q1.lN. INm,xx.x. , 1 1 W W 1 , I"l'z111k1i11 High Svluml, 'OTQ Sigma .Xlplm Hpsilmlg Pvri IXOIIIIITOH lllgh bchmml. I'F!'2llllxll1I Q ollogv I l'0I!2ll'2lf0l"X . 4-lwimlz 1mSim,SS mamlgm. Thi, Ighw mul GDN, '10- NVQMSM-l': Tnuflmall twun, 'HT-'USM X. NI. V. AX. 011111111-t. ,, , Q al Tl I H. H. 1 I I llloxuslxxli .X1,I.1-xx, I'1:AxN141.1N. lNm.xx,x. UU- U' IC 4'1"111 ' lu Ill 1 lfhlflllll marc. , -- . . , - - , . , ' ' X I ' I'l'illIlillll lllgll 50110011 5llUl'fl'11lg0 Illgll bvluml, Uhg l'1 lic-fa I'l1ig Pcwiclc-sizlllg Y. NY. V. .L valmilwf, 'USD-'10, QTIIAKLICS H. XVrm1n'm'1c. GR1f:1f:Nw1m1m, IANMANA. "lt'i!'lPl'CSld0Ilf X. W. V. A.. '10-'llz Ulm- Vlub 2l1'i'Ol'! nmist, 'US-'lbtrg C1l0l'll!4 2li'f'Hll1l32llliSf. ',1Hg IYIIIIZIUT Vlulm I Glwlcllwmmcl High Sc-luml. '07: QWUIIIITTIV Ululr. 'Flux liluv and Gold Imax-fl, '10, 1 Il11Il1 M. 1':11't1-1' Ruth lmniu Huzvl 111111111216 Willmi' I!1'1-1111-1' I'i1"1'11 M111111114311 C',111'1'1c1c. FRAx1q1,1x, IN1r1.1N.1. W11,1:1'1: .I.11'11sux I51:1'31Y1c1:. NY111'r1-:1..1N11. Ixiniixxx. Frzinkiiri High School. ,Orig Aiphzl ciklllllllil .Xlplmg vivo- p1'esi1l1-11t Y. NV. C. A., '09-,1O. xYilifl'i2lll4i Iligh Svlioul, '1173 Phi Ucihu T111-tag ,I1i1ll'Ulliil7 IcI"1'H 'IJAMPL PL1.3ASAyf,- LAKE, INDIANA. 'US-'OEM C'111111f1'y 17111113 Ibl't'Si1il'Ilf S4'l1Ji10lllOI'C class, ,OS- 1,:111'1'e110c1h111'g High Svhool, 'UT2 ii,i1104'111ia. 'Hilg l'01?l'l'Sl'lliZlfiVO Sfilll' Pezlvv f'1111tvsT. 'llbg The F1'z111k- IJIQIAA HAXZFJIJ IpEm.m,3,.3. IJHANKLIN, IYMHANA. li11 piihiivzlfifvil ib1J2ll'4i, 'HU-105 This izilll' 111111 Gnlil hwirmi, iFI'2llliiiil1 High S1'il1NPi. 'HTL Pi 1312111 Phi: lvllliillli C'l11h. '10, vxx W. H. IA'5l2lSlGl'S Arthur U, Brown Ralph Frellivk Smith Itrewvr NY1r.r.1.u1 ll.x1:x'1f:x' 1,1-:MAs'1'1f:1zs, llIAXVA'l'IlA, KANSAS. Ii.xI.1'11 S'1uxxl.14:Y I"1:14:L1.11:K, ICU-:1z1s'1"1', MASSAU1l's14:'1"1's. . . . lYells Illstitlml' Evvwtt lliffh School ,0S' Slffllltl Alpha lV'1Sh1H 'ton llllfll School '03-70-L' xV2l.'lllllU't011 .Kc-14l0111'. - 7 - - z' 7 7 7 U L g 2' K ' ' 7 M S " ' 5' Epsllong llJ0l'lCl9S13llQ F1'Q1li'll Uluhg basketball toam, 'log 304-705g Hinwutlma .Kc-zulvlxly, '05-'04 3 xVOllSl0l'. .X1:T1u'1:, Fox lilzowx. F1:,xx1il,1N, INDIANA. Fl'illllillll High School. 'UTZ Phi Ih-lm rlllllllill P01'i0l0si:m. 7 7 Tho Franklin puhlivafiou lmuwl, 09- 103 Tutor in math- 0ll12lfiC'S, '10. Sxll'1'11 IQIHCNVICIQ4, XY111'1'1c1.ANo4, lN1J1.xN,x. XYl1itolz111ml Iligh School, '0Tg l,lllCt'I1ll2l, '08-'OEM fl0lll1ll"V Vluh. .f N Judson Morris Jesse Covert P. JUDSON hl'Ull,IlIlS, INIJIANA1-uI,Is, INIIIIINA. F1'3lllilll1 High Svliwmlg Butler C0114-ge, ,OS-'Mtg Butler track tmuu, 'O9g Phi Alpha ,Pig Gloe Clulm, 'UT-'03, JESSIE COVIQIIT, lVIII'I'I4:I.ANIJ, INIIIIINA. XVhifvlancl High School, 70433 Ci'oI1uf1'y f'lulw. Myrtle Gregg Ralph W. Johnsnu RIYRTLE GIIIIIGG, Gizuisxwoon, INDIANA. G1'6E'I1XVOOKl High School, ' OS. liALl'H XVALLAQIJ JIQIINSON, FRIXNIiLIX, INDIANA. Franklin lligh School, ,065 Sigma Alpha Epsilong foot- ball team, ,O8-'09g secretary Athlvtic Associatioii, 709- '101 assistmit busiuvss IH2lIlilgCI' The Blue zuul Gnhl. li. II. K1-nt 1'l1:11'le-S A. I'1'in-11111-11 A1'tl1111' J. Unthank Wa1'1'enS, H1111 110T!I'11lT 110111311 1i14:x'1'. l'u1.1111 nm, 1N111,xx.x. A11'1'u1111 .1UL111s 11N'l'IIANK4, 1"1:.xN141.1N, 1.NllIANA. ' '1 ,V J . v. ' , ' 7 1 . w 1- - - - - - '- ' 1 '1 - '11 ' . 1 11sf:' 111111 0.1 P1051- F1'2H1i1lH C1o111sgc1 1,'I'0I32i1'2l10l"VQ 1,111 QX1111111 P13 1171-11Stf'1'g FIMINIH 13110511 1 H.11'u' ,015 .1 1 1 H ,.l 21. . Y BI U A ' b. t . .I t 0 t . 1 X . 1111111 111cC,0V 1101P111ll1.Qf C 11111, filflg Pl'OSIf1G1'lt 1-"l'O1ll1ll1l0ll f. 1f.,.ca1n1,:v , 1'f -1 XSNOEL1' " - ' - - 1 f lu Wim on A mlm 5 H' 011111, 'OS-109: 2185121111111 11111':11'1:111, ,011-110. tion, ,09-'105 college 1'vgisT1':11'. I KF I, VVARRRN S11u11'1' IIAL1., 1fAN1c1.1N, NIJIANA. . ,V , ' ' . . I ' , , ' x , . 3 .' , X ' . Y CJIANES IJMTCHARDJ I.1HA.NKmNy INDIANA' Frar11x11n 111gh Sc11oo1, 1,111 111114 1'11f'f.1. 1011c1c,s1an, 1 . 11. C. A. cablnef, 09-105 vwv-preS1c1v11t Y. M. C. A., 1'ra111x1111 1115111 Sc11001, 01 , SIIQHIH. 111131111 E13Sl1011, PQ11- f10,711- mana 91. track and tvmug f0m',lS, 710- busmpss 7 7 01Gs'ia11. manager T110 171'a11k1in, '09-'10, X . l Nancy H. Todd l-Iluior II. Wliitc-onib George Il. Stuff Noble Ritchey 'NANCY IIICLEN Toon, FR.-XNliLIX, INDIANA. I'1l'2U1lill1l High School, '0T' XV9StC1'11 Colh-0'e '0"-'08, -Xl- f L 1 f pha Gamnia Alpha, Tho7Blue and Golml sbriarcl, '10. ELBIPIR BAUGIIN XVIIITCOMB, .FR,ANKLIN, IXDIANA. Sliortridgo High School, '08, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Peri- olesian, Glee Club, '08-'09, Y. M. C. A. cabinet, '09- '10, president Y. M. C. A., '10-'11, The Franklin pub- lication board, 709, delegate State Oratorical Associa- tion, 'Ill flfllftgilifx to Stufleut Volunteer Convontion at llocllostor, X. Y.. 7101 Omlitoi'-in-vliiof The Bbw mul Gohl, '10. GLo1IoIf: BRAIISIIAW S'1'.xIfF, l"ic,xN,IiLIN,, INDIANA. Franklin lligh School, '07, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, man l :Igor football team, '10, The lgllllt and Gold board, '10. NOBLE R,I'i'CHLY, .lilRANIiI.IN, INDIANA. Franklin High School, 07, Phi llvlta Theta, football team, '08-,09, basketball toaiu, 'OS-'10, captain basket- ball team, '08-'10, captain basketball toam, '10, base- ball team, '09: vivo-prosiclolit Atlllotic Association, '09- '10. C'h:II'l0s IL Ilrziiiigin .Klillv lll4I2lliQ'l' CIIAI:.I.I4:s Din' IBIIANIGIN. B011 llnvis ,lligli Soliool. 7003 Siguiu ,Xlplm Elisiloiig foot- lmll TOEUII, 708-709: lmskotlmzxll tozuii, 7005 lomsc-ball loam, 7095 track tozuu, 7005 captain track foam, 7105 vice-pI'os- iclout soplioiriore class, 708-7005 cfziptaiii jlllliilll'-f1'GSlllllQlfl football tr-aiu, 7093 president junior class, 700-710. ALINI4: OLIIAK1-111, GRIcI':NwooD, INDIANA. Grvonwood lligli School, 707: Pi Rem Pliig Country Club: Tliv Blue zmfl Gold lioarrl, 710. Ilnlph S. Ilohhius Iiulph Loc-hry I IALIIII SILWIQ I, 1, I Dom: I N s. 'rankliu High SI-hool. 7073 I'vpI'c-sontatiw State Orarori- cal Vontesf, 710. l2AT.PH TIANDTS I',oc'I1IIY, TJRANKLIX, INDIANA. l'il'2l11lillll High School, 7073 Phi Delta Thotag prcsiflf-nt Atlilf-fic Association, 'os-709: prosiclont Oratorical As- Sooiafioii, 700-7105 Vivo-presiclmit junior Class. 709-710. Virgil D. Smiley Vhester Sniidofur R. L. Voiisfrilmle George M. Robinson Yi1:m:1L Down SM11.14:x', Fnlxxicnix, lxm,xN,x. liixuioxn l.YLE CoNs'i'ABLic, Goo1iLAN1v, Ixniixxlx. Goodlancl High School 'O7: Phi Alpha Pi: Webster: four Franklin High School, 707. ' -, x ' ' . f , l ball team, O65 managor trzwk and tennis teams, O9 7 haskf-tball team, 10. UNT R ' HD ll" PRAXMIN1 INN W X GI'lf1IIGIC MARION lloixixsox, FRANKLIN, INDIANA. Franklin High School, ,05. klI'21lllillIl High School, ,053 special athletic Trainer. Nell G. Allen Mary Murpliy N1-:LL Giuihui ,Xi.1.1-xx. xYASllINH'i'UN, INm.xN.x. BIARY Nll'RPIlY, MoI:G.xN'rowx. lNlJIANA. .isliington lligh Scliool, ,081 xV0lDSl0l'1 Y. NV. U. A. cull- llforgzmlown High School, '05, Wcsleru College, 707-,OS inof, '00-'10g lll'OSlfll'lll Y. NV. C. A., 310-'11, assisfzmr Pi Bom Phig Kappa llolta Rho: P01'i0losizu1: Y. XV. C cwlifoi'-iii-Oliic-f The Ilhw :mil Golil, '10, A. czlhinct, '10-711, llmlzliit Uluh. Louisia XoBL1c C'.x1a'rER, Mrxciia, lx1a1-xN.x. fkluncio lligh School, 703, Pi Beta. Phi, Kappa Doltzi Rho, Periclcsiang French Clluh, Y. XV. C. A. cabinet, '09-'10, SCCl'0l'2l1'!ff sopliomorf- class, '08-'09, captain soplioiuoro girls, haskothzill team, '08, Tho I'11'2l11lill11 publication bozircl, 709-710, 'llho Bluff and Golml liomvl, '10. LUCY 4XNN1:2 Gl7'l'llIllE, DUPONT, lix1mi.xNA. Sliortriclge High School, ,081 Pi Be-tn Phi, Pcwivlosiaii, '09-'09: Froiwll Cluh. JSQJFFM Biff 1 3 COURT M. YOUNT President of Sophomore Class TED! 421216155 of 1912 C111 Fl , X . I 1'1-511111111 ..... Xvif'C'Pl'fxSi4ll'llI .. T41 11'1'0ta1 1-'V ..... I 1'021s111'o1' . , . . . Mhlctic M:111:1g'01' Ilisto1'i1111 ..... PNCK ..., f,l'21f0l' .... . YQH IJCENIOI' . . . S111'g0a111 t-at-11 1'1 IIS OXV111'--fXVl'111'f1 II4 asv. NffiC6t'5 1,11'sfG1'c011 111111 Ruse. l'11111'l1 M. XYOHIIL ..... 1111111 Hill . fll111111z1 Griffith I'lol11'1't 1IOll:LQ'hillI1 . lC1'11est XV:1,g11e1' Cwlyclc- TClXN'l1SC'11ll . . IQ:111ra GVQ1-nes . . Hugh McKee .. John She:-k . . TPHCY Vlark SOPHOMORE CLASS Zeistorp of tba sopbnmnre Qtlass 'Y S we look back over the past year we think of how timid we were when we stood on the thresh- hold and knocked for admittance, and of how : n , we stood in awe of the Professors as we went A ' X Nlliazfclii r ffiif i.iz?mnmIt'nnumf1rI Q , D to them in matriculatlng. We soon get over our tiinidity and fright, however, and plunged right into work and fun as well. One bright morning last year the sophomores Qjuniors nowj awoke and saw a red banner bearing the white numer- als '12 iluttering over the main building. It was lowered by the sophomores and a fierce conflict ensued in Stott llall between the classes. A brave light was put up by both sides, but not a scrap of the flag was left. Last year our girls won the class Cl12llllplOI1SlllP in bas- ketball, while the boys lost only to the seniors. This year our boys won a place for their names on the basketball trophy cup. .X few of our number have won F's in var- ious forms of athletics. The delegate in the State Oratori- cal Association this year was also one of us. This year, although we see a few new faces in our class, we miss many old ones. But even if we are few in numbers we remember that it is quality not quantity that counts most. lVe realize that the most critcal period of our college life is here. XVe feel that if we pass safely through this year our college standing will be firm and secure and we can accomplish whatever we meet in the two remaining years. We are always ready to support whatever comes along. whether football, basketball, oratory, lectures or 'gcasesf' lVe stand first, last and all the time for the 'interests of Franklin College. The Historian. as M E fifffg x f I ' ' F4 ROSCOE ABBETT President Freshmen Class 1'rc-simlcnt . . . The QEIM5 of 1913 l'ol4,r1's-Sf'zll'l1't H1111 firm' l"lUWv1'fWl1iTe f.'2l1'll2l 9ffiC6lZ5 Vic-v-I'1'osidm1tz Sc-f'1'0fz11'y . . . 1'l'CklSlll'i'1' . . . Athlofic Mana Hisforiam . . . Puri, . . . fJ1'2lfHl' . irq-1' N . ,I 11 rscoc Ablwtt F I+ ,yd M eyors . . . Mary Vrwris .. Lulu Tlllilll Loonard Eldvr . Maude Davis . Mary Payne Leonard Miller FRESHMEN CLASS -lv ieistnrp of the freshman 01315155 IIE history of the freshman class is necessarily brief since it has not existed long enough for much history to be made. The elass, however, 1 fllslwfl ' affairs sinee its members first arrived, and it has overcome many difficulties. Besides the amusement '13 has furnished for the upper classmen we have been able to contribute mueh to the eol- lege. In athleties, the football eleven received several ,Q has played a very important Q part in college strong men from us. IVe are represented in almost every organization of the eollege. Our class has evidently learned some things from the sophomores, for several cases have been seen hanging around in the halls and strolling on the campus. The most promising feature about the freshman class is the spirit that they show in entering into all departments of collegiate activities, and tl1eir determined efforts to be- eome as wise as their elders. The Historian. T-525132.55119 fggweerer r aaikfarf 'Qin ign- its - ski' .Q . . 1. 'L-fx" ..- M k" Voms ooo., ALWAYS THE NEWEST THINGS TO SUPPLY THE STUDENT'S WANTS Felts. College and Sorority Colors. Mercerized and Silk Cords in all color combinations. Pillow tops made of felt. plain and figured. FRATERNITY FLAGS: Pennants, felt and leather, in all the sizes, Black, Shaded and Greek letters, Monograms and Shields. 1 - Fraternity Seals the latest novelties. Q P NEW SPRING SUITS, COATS AND DRESSES. b Our extensive showing of New Suits, Coats and one piece dresses abounds in many new and exclusive ideas in styles as well as fabrics. Handsome models of the correct styles are now tonbe seen in our Coat and Suit rooms on second floor. We invite your inspection. , l f . . ' . ITS A BEAUTIFUL HOME THAT IS FURNISHED WITH I OUR FURNITURE 'W L T. R. WALTERS at eo. Manufacturers of and Dealers in High rade Furniture FRANKLIN, A - - ' INDIA NA XW"W , 1 . , FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, il5l50,000.00 ' A 7 SA UNDERS Q CA YWOOD E A ksuccessors to S. D. MILLER South Side Grocery Everythlng ln Staple and Fancy Groceries to meet the students demands o if D N Il look over your 776lLgT!lb07",5 flzouldor. Buy an ANNUAL for yozzrsolf 5c The Grand Theatre 5c The Meeting Place of all the Students. Jarve 'Alexander Lnivery For "Swell 'lsurnou'ls" A Cab calls answered at all hours, ROBERT C. WOOD 81 SON, Franklin Nnfannnn Bank Bing. V PHARMACISTS A A Franklin, Ind. y V Rexall Agenc A Huylefs Candies h ' inol Agency Allegrettfs Candies f N I .V , nu, ,U 41 ,.,f, X, I 1, ., K. ' , , f '- '. 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SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON HALL SIGMA ALPI-IA EPSILON HALL 519111 Brita Ther? I1'111111111'11211 111111111 v ' . 1 1111111 115. 111-1-1-11111111' 213. IY 111111111111 1,l'1111 1'11:1111111' l'g1:l1111N111'11. lN1111. 1 1 1 x7111'1'I11111 .x1'g11'111. 1111XXl1 Nx1111l 1 1111111 11 1'11111i1'111i1111N S1'1'1111 111111 1':1111111111111. Y1111 1111111 1111111 1121111 1'1111f111-111 1,111 111'1121 '111l1'12l1 1121111 1:11111 1:11111 11111111 X1111111 X111 1-1141111 11111- 1111' 1111'111'1111ll111 N111'11'1vX' 111. 11111 11II.X1!'l'I-li N11-.11111-1:8 1 11 1111111 1'1'.'1'.S11111 1 1 11 1 111 1'11N11111111111 111111-111 1 11 1 1111111 111:.x'1'1:14.f IX 11311 1 1.'1L11'11, 1 X1111. '111 111111I1I1111lN 11. 111111. 'TZ X 11 X111 1 1-II.X'i'l:I-X IX 1111.1.111.111 51-111111K 11 11111 X1 5 ll11I 1411'1'11 X.111111Q 1211111-1' II, 11lXl '1111111l1'N 11X ,X1't11111' 13111111111 11 1111 II 11 111 iY111111'1:111'111'1Y 111111111 1 111111 S11l11111ll1111'1' .X. N111xx1'1-11.1111111Q 14v1'1x5111111'11 1111N1-1111 .X11111111 1111111111 11111 1,11'11g1-- 1'11'1'1l1'1l 111111111-11 .X111111'1 1'11lX' 1111111 1 11 11'-11111 1 1 1 T-1 xi. , fi m ,-,, . LLX7 ",, ' ' ff -Q if f-37 'ff J ieistorp uf 31Bbi RATEHNITY histories for an annual because V, of their usual dealing with the clear cold facts, by their repitition soon become monotonous. yill.,iytlslllrltfjflf'llylligggf T he early struggles of the founders, the var- ious honors held by our alumni, and the ex- cellent state of the mental, moral Ellld financial affairs of the local chapter have been Written and rewritten many times. lVhile we recognize and are proud of the fact that we are second to none in any respect, in this brief sketch we shall attempt no ancient history, but merely chronicle the momentous events of the year that has just intervened since the publication of the last Blue and Gold. Four of our last year's men were among the number to receive the "sheepskin" on the colnmenceincnt clay of '09, Of these men "Spoony" Selleck is teaching the girls of the Ulabash High School to play on the type- writer. '4Chink" Bryan has gone east to Haverford Col- lege where all of the students wash their necks. HRunt" Deming has settled down on the farm and is trying to iig- ure out how two can live as cheaply as one. "Edie" Thurs- ton is taking a post-graduate course in a Business College in Shelbyville, Indiana. . A number of other brothers have left school on account of the protective tariff. t'Cap,' Trout has landed a posi- tion in a bank where he can at least look at the filthy lucre occasionally. Harry Lochry is still at Purdue University Reita Tltheta learning how to feed hogs on the latest scientific basis. "Angel-Face" Donaker has secured a fine position in the Seymour High School. 'fCortez" Ditmars has decided that College was no place for him and has retired to the tall grass at Hopewell. "Ruck,' -lewett has gone to Depauw to see if it 'is as good as their advertisements and 'WValk" Marshall has entered Wabash where he can be Within reach- ing distanee of the treasury. Last but not least t'Dally" Marshall has left us and is new at Indiana University where they make all kinds of allowances for medical stu- dents. For the present year we have leased a bungalow at 260 lhlest Jefferson Street, which is within five feet of the Big Four Switch. This enables the members to keep in active touch with the industrial world. The only blot on the pros- perity of the chapter was in January when the cellar was full of water and all freshman were compelled to take a hath in order to fire the furnace. By graduation this year we lose four men, one of whom will enter Oxford University, England, having been chosen as one of the Rhodes, scholars. To all of our alumni and brothers of years gone by, Indiana Delta of Phi Delta Theta extends a fraternal Welcome to return and be as one of the old boys again. And to all of the patrons, friends and prospective students of the dear old college on the hill he our heartiest greetings. PHI DELTA THETA CHAPTER HOUSE PHI DELTA THETA HALL 1 4 Colors- Purple fll2ll'lK'S ,X. Br-ll Van Ii. Iiqyel' .lolm V. Hill 'l'rzufy i'nckrc1l 1Bbi Qlpba 191 Foundod at 1'wl"211lklill College, October 30, 1909. and Argent. Flavwel'-sA111c'rioa11 Bvaufy limo. Yvll IIOU'I'i1ll! Hmm-1'z1l1f Hi-yi! Hi-yi! .Phi .Xlphf Phi Alph! Phi Xlpllzl P11 1fR.x'1'1:1cs xx 1'o1,l,L1u1u SO11i4lI'S J IgO1'1Yl'2llI'l IC. lirmvll Allvn Fws1,01' C12ll'01'l00 llzamm .L H. Mathm' 11:11-ul1l Him-r IC. 47. Nllllqilly J'11uim-S H. II. Kvllt I . J. 'Morris K. L. f'u1'1stalrl1- 'Nbr-rt Lzlrrison SOIDl101llH1'US Robert. Tlnugllanr F1'0sl1111v11 Loo XV4 b1fOI'd Jnhu A. Slim-k Earl B. List Leonard lildvl' PHI ALPHA Pl Zeistnrp nf iebt Qlpba iet HI Alpha Pi fratctrnit-v was founded at Frank- lin College, October 230, 1909. For two years 3 previous to this time, however, there existed among the men of the independent literary societies, an organization whose purpose was the promotion of social and political welfare. This elub grew and nourished and in anlv phase of eollege life was a foree to be reeltoned with. Realizing the need of another fraternity in 'Franklin and believing that a great deal of good eould be aeeomp- lished by the formation of a third Greek letter body, the members of the elub began preparations for sueh a step and on Oetoher 530, 1909, a banquet was given. lt was at this time that Phi Alpha Pi was announeed and began its present Career. The eharter inenibers numbered sixteen and in their organization they had in mind espeeialltv high ideals in morality and scholarship. These two elements of eharaeter have eonstituted the standard set by the members of Phi Alpha Pi and it is the ambition of all as a body to keep paee with the different advanees of the college. At the present time the ehapter has a Inenibership of nineteen men of wl1o1n seven will he lost by graduation. Nest of those from out of town are comfortably located at Forsythe Street while plans are now on foot for the se- curing of a ehapter house for the eoining years. The members are well forward in every legitimate phase of eollege life and have taken a prominent part in all forms of athleties, soeiety, and religious work. Their standing in the Classroom is eonunendable and it is neon- sistent advaneement" that is really' the watehword of Phi .Xlpha Pi. - Q E ' ff N F-'4"Qx 'bg' 2 yo u -'ez wt? at ei: lf' Felix ggi new e'!"'.4vr 'l31'9fw?'Wtt ffktiif ew- af- A rr 19 WARD HOUSE PHI ALPHA PI ROOMS 1111101140111 1:11515 111111 1J11V11 111'15' . .Xll Hlpba 115311111151 Qlpba l'N11111111111.1 111 1'11'2lll1i1111 f11P111'g'1x, -111110 31, 18911. 1 ll "1 ' Ki " ' Y1i1,I. 1'111 1x11'11f 1.111 ' 1.111g' 1 1' 11111 111111111111 .X11111111 1121111 1121111 17111111 17111111 N11111117 1'111111111 1111- s1111111111'11 111- l1112l11I'V, 11111 1llI21ll111'Y. 1-0151111115 111111'1-171.11 F1'il1l1'0 111150. X1'l1'V 1111111 1,1lf'1l1' 111115 .11-111111- X1111'1'111 N1'111' 11. K1111111' XV111111 1' 111ss111 1'11.1111111 111211110 1.1xx111 xXv111'11 S11111 11. 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Elm IIHXVIIIZIH Yicv'l'1'c-simlf-llt. . . .. .Thorllasiue Allen gPi'l'0f2ll'f' ..... .... N Iary Kllllqbllf' SOl'l'l'f2ll"V ..... .... L nrenc- McCain 'l'1'w1s11r'c-1'. . . .... .-X. V. lirown 'I'1'w1Q111'm' .... . . .Ralph Frellick PERICLESIAN LITERARY SOCIETY igisturp uf the erinlesian literary bnctetp 11111 11111111 b11116111, 1111 1111081 11111111 111 511 1 111 ls 1 s1111 1111111 11111 1' "fl ' 1 1.1 ' 111 'ty '- ' g11111z11111111 111 11111 1-1111eg11, was f11111111e11 by 11111 1115111111111 'f1' 1 IA, 111011 1111 r12l1111211"V 11, 1853. T1111 11111111150 of C11 "'N'N 1 '11111 11111: 111111. w1 11':1 111 11 111 il 3 111 ' 1 111 1 1110 0111 11fll'11l 11ll11111l1g, was 111 1111111110111 11111111 111- 11111ec111111 111111 SOG1111 1'1111111'11. '1'1111 work 11f 11111 511111111 1111s 111111S11s11111 111 111e1'111"1' 1'111111111s1111111, 111'111111'.1', 11111111111 111111 11111- s111. 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'1'1111 111111 111 1111111111e1's 11C11111'1111'1g 111 the f16plll'1llll'll1 11-11111 111111111 11lf'y w111'11 11111111111111111 is as 1111111111: I:1i1'AIi'I'Ml1IN'1' 111' MAT11I'IMA'I'I1'S 111512 IIllt'1i1l'11Pl'l"V 51111111 111'11wer XVIIIIIII' I31'11w111' 11111121 3111111613 1111111111 M1115 111110111 K111111' Rnbpl-1 II, Kem Mm-y Tmpy 1i11y111111111 1111111111 C'11111'1es Iimnigin IlI'lI'A1!TlI ENT UI" Ii1UI10GY IlI11P1XIiT3I1'IN'lI f7F 1,'I'IIE1V11S'I'RY f'1111'11111111 113111111 F. if. hI111'p1ly A111111 170s1111' l'11z11'111s B1111 1,011 f'hi111S Vergil S111i111v I'11'011 Y111111g 11711115011 RIU1'1'1S I3l'lll'S1 1Vyg11n1 T1'a11y OIEITIC 111:11AR'1'111-:N'1' 1111 111s'1'1111Y AN11 11111,1'1f11'AL SUIEN1111. I.Q111111 13111'1111111'111 1111111 1,11w f'1111s1111' S111111111111' V 1111 I'111f'P1' C11111'11111111 Ytlllllt 4. sung gUl:1en'5 Qlbristtan Qssuctatiun Qbffirsrs ann dliabiurt l'1'c-simlmll ..... .. . lqllllfxl' ll. XVIIMVOIIIID ilvc-ulwlilmg SK'C'I'f'I2l!'f'. .. ...... .lulm Illll Yic-11-I'1'vsi1lc-11r .... .... . ..... X y2ll'l'4'll S. Ilulvl f14ll'l'l'S1bHllllillQ Sc-4'1'cXI:1l'.v. . .... Yun H. H0511 'l'1'm1s111'c1l' ............, . . ........ Ima NVulf++1'1l Glbairmen of sionnxnxicrsrs Hvligimls 3IU0lillQ'S .. .... R. Il. K1-nl I'will2lllCl' .... .... I mu XVOHY I 1114-sl' NVvf"z llilrh- ............ ...Huy I:2lI'lNx1I S1wiz1l....... Missiu11z11"y. .. .. ..lmls1u1 M'n1'1'is Lakf- cV1UllOV2l .... . . . MX. Il XI'mnlme1'ship ...... . . . Itvhf Unnstulwlv Klum- .... . . f l'O1'sn11al xV4H'k0l'S . ....... C'l1u1'lvs Iqillwliil .Xclvwfisillg ............,. . - . IIzl111llm1rk ........... .... . . ..... IUISWH BIOHIT' dh Mathu ll. I' 11 f I. 1 I f'1rl'1Jflf YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 5 young women? Qlbristtan Qssortatton Qbffirrrs ann sllallinet l'1'11si1I1-111 ...... ....... N 1-ll 1X1l1'11 H1 l'l'4'lZIl"X' .... 4'l1l1111 i'111111i11gl11111 XYiCt"Ijl'f'Si11l'1lI... . , .'l'l111111z1si1111 .XH1-11 'I'1'1-11s111'111'. ...... I,111'v111- XI1-I llll Cfilbairnlrn of cilionnxnittrrs l311x'11li1111z1l. .. . . . Hlz1111'l11- KI1'l'l11111- I11l111'1'111lvg'i11I1-. . .... lf1Ii1l1 H1-K 'illlllbl 1 H Ii1l1I1- ...... ...... . Xgnw 1'11l1l1 541114111 ......, ...... K I1lI'f' NIIIIIPIIX XIissi1111:11'y .. .. .... llzlllic- Klugill .XVI ..,......,.. .. ., . ...l'3c'1'I11:1 xYiIlf1l'l'4XX1l l'i11z1111'1-, ....,. ....... I ,wall 'l2U'k5llll 3111111111-V l'1111fr-1'1111-4- ........ .... f H1-111111 Uri XYl1z1ts1111x'111' .............. . ...... I'w2l'Y4' Smith 4 Y. W. C. A. CABINET BLANCHE McCLEAR CHLOE CUNNINGHAM LEAH IACKSON EDITH McCANIPBELL AGNES COBB THOMASINE ALLEN LORENE McCAlN NELL ALLEN MARY MURPHY HALLIE MAGILL GLENN-X GRIFFITH FAYE M. SMITH ',. Elrankliu allege . E. QE. Q. llll pliill of the Young XVomen's Christian Xsso 1110 thc SY11l1llCll1C3l dex elopment of ex ery young woinan 111 the noild lhe organization 4 ' 4 A - ' ciation is a fourfold one, the object in View be- 1 .lg S 5 I I Y' Y , fr" ijpfl V - fi ' 1 - . ' ' 1 -- ' ' I 1 of Christian women is neither local, state nor national hut world wide, having its secretaries in every part of the glohe. Nor 'is this Work confined to women i11 schools but includes tl1e girls in the cities who are less for- tunate and niust work for their daily hread. But for all alike, whether rich or poor, high or low, the Y. XV. U. A. covets a well rounded womanhood, pliysically, mentally and spiritually. ln college associations the social and spiritual side of life is emphasized above the physical and mental for the last tivo are developed in the gymnasiiini and classroom. The average college wonian seeks her friends and reereations among those xvhoni she likes best, hence the complexity of eollege society. This tends toward selfishness and narrow- ness. The purpose of the Christian Association is to nieet adequately just sneh prohlenis these so that by OH1' week- ly meetings a11d occasional extra social functions, the har- 1'l0l'S of college 0l'g,fZllllZ3fl0l'1S allfl prej11dice of class distinc- tion are forgotten in good Christian fellowship which re- solves itself i11to social unity and equality. lt lllllllilll to forget the best intentions and fail to carry out the hest laid plans hut hy the heauti-ful and Wholesome atinosphere created by the weekly devotional meetings, liilole Hllll lI1lSSl0Yl classes each girl is constantly reminded hiv the Assoeiation motto that she is unable to carry on her Work successfully alo11e. "Not hy might, nor hy power, hut hy my spirit saith the Lord of Hosts." YOUNG WOIVIEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION The mcqlup rhattng Qilub FALL w1N'1'1-11: 'l'I-IRM 1'1'1--1111-111 ...... ............. . HX. -1. 1'l1l1lilll1i 1'1'1-51111-111 ..... ....... . .... H. C. 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I,2l1'11211I11'1l1111'P' 1,z1w, 'f111111x1'111g' 1111111-1'l's 1I1111-- 111: 1111 111'-g:1111x11I11111 1111 11llx 1I111'l!4IN1' 1111 111-1-1-111111-1' 11,-1111,-. 13. 151119, 211141 1111111111 11 '111l1' X11-1'11x' 111-111111113 - Y111ll' 1111-1-11111-5 -11'1- 41171011 fm' 11111 1111111111-. 11111 111 111'111-1' 111:11 111111, 111 111111111' 111 1111- S11lN'1'1Il1l1l41f II 1,1 1i11111111111's 211111 f ' 7 1111- 11111-1'1-sr 111 1111- 1-11111 lllily 11111 111- s11:11111w111 113' 111111-1' 111- 11111111111-. XX. 11. N11-1 11713 11113111211 1111111 1-11111-11-Fx 1111-x' x1'1-1'1- 1111111-11 1111- 11N1- 111 1111- 1111l1l111lg,. U11 . . . , , ll'I' lIlK'lll1il'l'f 1111x'1- 111-1-11 11-1'1-sts, 1111- lIl1'lll11l'l'F1llI1 IS 1-111111111-11 111 511011 sI11111'-11If 215 1111- 111111-11 111' 111111-1111111 1111- 11111-1-1-N 5111 1 1,11 1.11111 1-11.1.7 11'111-1'w1s1- s11'11-111' 111111-111-11111'-111 111 1111 1111-1'z11'x' 111' 1I'il10l'll211 1 . . . -N 1 . l11'1'Nl41P1l1. S1'1'l'1'12ll'Y 111111 1l'l'2lN1l1'4'l' 211141 tl'l1ll'. 111'g':1111x:11i1'111s. lqE'g'EC""1'1' 2 1 1-1' ' X V411 x J'5'7'T"' I 1 1 ,D 1- 1-Q-9415 11111-Q '12 MCCOY DEBATING CLUB The QBratortraI Qssuctation President ..... . . .Ralph Lochry Vice-President. . . ..... ..... R alph Dobbins Delegate ........ ....... ITll an excellent internal organization and es- tablished on a tirm financial basis, the Oratori- ?:Qf33'??, 4 ,V cal Association of Franklin College is second jf4Nuf'gT 'pfxj . L ,. 'f.'ytl'pmfi'i',t't'-1 to no other college organization. with the i 1 ' ' i tl-1 " ' Wil hearty support of the students and the helpful cooperation of the faculty, it has established itself as a potent factor in the activities of the school. In the state contests of recent years Franklin has not received a position of any note. lint the admirable way in which our representative, Mr. Dobbins, acquitted himself this past year has again imbued the student body with the hope that in the next few years we may see a repetition of the old days of state supremacy. The past school term has been an epoch making one along oratorical lines. It has broadened the scope of state competition and introduced a Secretary. . . . .Hazel Deupree 'l'reasurer ............. . .Hazel Davis . .Elmer R. XVllltCOI1llJ new primary contest by which a representative is chosen for the lntereollegiate Peace Contest to be held at Craw- fordsville, Ind., April 15, 1910, under the auspices of lliabash Vollege. This primary contest was 'instrumental in developing new men and in stimulating new interfst among tl1e students. Of the contestants, Wlilbur J. Brewer, 711, was chosen as our representative and we are sure he will receive the hearty support of a loyal and admiring student body. lVhile the organization has not been so prosperous ti- naneially this past year as 'in former years, it has shown no alarming depression and the winners of the primaries will receive the nsnal reward. lve all look forward to the State Contest of the coming year with nnabated eagerness and a new confidence. ELMER B. WHITCOMB Delegate State Oratorical Association, 'll WILBUR I. BREWER Representative State Peace Contest, '10 RALPH S. DOBBINS Representative State Oratorical Contest, L '1 q, er fkimlant min 31 V111'g'a1111g'11111111 11111'11st 11z1111111z11'e1 j1111g11 17111111111, 1'111 11111 Slbilllllllllg 1lllSl'l'f'l' g111st1g1111 .Xl'1bl'11 zu 11!l11l?I'Il I St11411111t111114111 111 11111' S1111111111111111 K1ass11, 11111 111111 11111 l111'1l1' g41w211141t zu 11'111'111111 in 11111' 111111ts11111111 Pfti 35, 111111 W111't 11111' 311TXV11'1ill11H 11eg1'1ff1111, ZIIIQG' 11l1l1'f1fl. 1111111111 W11'1111s1111111ss1111 111111111 z11'411t1,111 1'1l'l'112lQ 111111111 QFQ7' .151-A5233 . . . K' ' ' 1 . 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S11 ' gs 1111111 1111 said 111 1-1111sTit11t1- 11111111 l"1'11ll11'k. -l11l111 S111-11k 111111 llalph .l11l111so11. ull 1111-sv flllll 14 "X ,' ' '1 1 JY- 1 V we The Zltisb Gluh 'ITHIN 1110 111st few l1'11111's 1110 11111g1111ge of 1111- 11111101' 11111 L111'0Ct1Ul1 of l'1'11f11sso1' Zep11c111fe111 of the ,M011e1'11 1111111 11215 136011 111'011g11t 111'11111i11111111.1' 1111f111'0 11111 112lllgl13gC V116lJ2l1'tlllC11t, P, XV. .111y13Q'5 "G1'11111111u1- nf thi, 1?111111gv1gM,-,zrf 1111111111 'hw H1010 W1"f"1h3 11' the Llbms of 1l'lS1l 112lll.Qll210'C7, IS 11s111 111 01111 11111111011 XVl1'1l 21 1111111111' 101' I 'm1,11l11,,1m'111f1 . 1, . . 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The 1111111111115 E1l1?f111l1J is "1'11'111 1111g1111Q11 11s 51111111111 111 1l'1'1E1l111, 111111 'is 111'11g1'11ssi11g1 l'2lI11l11'V 1111 111'11g11" 111111 11111 1111111111111 1111111111 is 11111 s11z111'1111111k. , X - 0 1 Ln - 1 1, 17145 1 11 , 114-. 9 Xi Q1 1 1 11 1 11111 ffwk 2:1111 1 5 1li 1 ' f 1 'Lg 111 1 M. , 11 , 111-11 11 111 ,ff , Qi 1 ' 1' 1fe11 1' ' MX" - ip' , 'T' ' 111. !1 1: 4g mm 11 .11 H1211 2111 . X 3311111111111 1 . ,LJ , , WK, K, hz lain Qtlluh Yi T the opening of the winter term there were niany stutlents who tlesired to obtain an untler- stantling of the main features of our state laws and of court proeetlure. To ineet this cleniantl the law elub was organized. lt has as its pur- pose an elementary knowledge of the fllI1tl2l1HCllt21l laws lmoth SIRITC anfl national, anal also an acquaintance with the proeeetlings in eivil court. This object is aoeoniplislietl tlirougli leetures, reamling and personal ohservation in the t-Hurt rooin. Six rneniluers were iirst olmtainetl antl then a general manager eleetefl. The services of Nr. J. -l. Dry- hreatl of Franklin, a prominent lawyer, were seeurecl. He instituted a course taking up the formation of the state laws, the eourt svsteni of Intliana, niethocls of procedure anfl then took a trial through the eoinplete system of C'0lll'fS. Mr. lJryhreatl's niethotl has tilletl three tlistinet tle- mands. It gives a person who flees not expect to practice law a practicable knoivletlge which overly citizen should have. lt prepares for private reading of law and is a good basis for private work. It is also a preparatory course to the stutliv of law in any law sehool ancl is iuvalualmle to students who expect to enter the profe:-zsion. The eluh nioets every llionday night for a lecture and general tliseussion. It is to be hoped that this will result in a permanent organization xvhieh will he both useful antl instrnetive to all students interested in law. The eluh has as its nienibers the following: Lyle llonstahle. Van lloyer, ll. V. Murplly, Vlarenee Hanna, il.. 'l'. lVolt'ortl antl R. ll. Kent. A Tllibe franklin The 1DulJl1cation 9lBoarD 11t'l'f1'211ll E. 131'ow11, 710. . . . . .EC11T01'-111-1111101 11'111'1'1111 111111. 'l1. . . . .Business X1111111ge1' 1,1111 E. U11i1c1s, 110. . . .K1111111gi11g 111111101 111111111 F1'1111i1'11. '11, . ........ '111'GZ1Sll1'l'1' Zssociate cuinitors 11111111111 K111111111111i11'c, '10 1.1111is11 C'111'1111'. 'll E. 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THE FRANKLIN BOARD Il H ll II ll I I s , x CAMPUS LOOKING NORTHEAST ll ll Il ll ll ll ll 4: 5- 7 wr S ,f l 1 5 '- F . .- .Nz ,K . v Qx 5 54:1 -'Q we A A., ak?" ,:, .. Q-.u,,: S, 1 .P ,iw ,ag-u' ,Y ,-. , L .Vw In J . V V.. ic., V. , r , n.- w 4' ff. ,fi .,. . I f .K ,, e. T, as-W 41 Z I .-, 6. ,, f ' r 7' -' fe 114:29 , if' ,. ,. if. ii 551354 up 9 ,Hr- 19' iff , " 25- 'Q , 1 ENGRAVINGS THE ELECTRIC CITY ENGRAVING Co.. :I 2 ALO. FF BU .A.,. ...ni-if ...-J1r1u. ,..,.Yixs.vzn.,. f -.-. Yann-WT,-1 -,vw -wap xp!-Q-ff-nuwnf-M-rawwwvw--.--.wot-'Ira-R--on--wr-.wr-:wry -:nw-:ff-,WX 45'-X-E-fr'Il-Y-Lv1'u!1I'1Fl--'-N . L - ' ' ' FOR DRUGS, PERFUMESA AND ,ALL KINDS OP TOILET ARTICLES, SEE L. THE MEANS DRUG co. K' , . Q f '- fag. ' ,yt fx I-99 .N L-. Q Luigi ,rg C. B. VA WTER ' J. vu JUDAH ' .1?gZe5::- - Dealer in 1 - A . R N , N 1 Dry Goods. Groceries and Notioris " UP To Date Hardware " E g L Joi 5C"M'T'9"S OLD STAND 4 . ,. A LL., , , L, ' A mu w .1 "1 M 4 Shoes For Everybody Moore F urniture Co. . 5 SMITH GRAY SHOE CO. V FRANKLIN, IND. N R T1-lEqSWELLEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY . GEO. W1 WOLFE 5 The Leading Liveryman ' . .., .R . r.,-are-sfu.-,.r: 1- . 1 .4 .. ..E.,.,.rTc , .'4g...,,"1-5?':2': " k g 4 4 Z 4 H , 1--T' J fs . 6 4 V ,I T 1 s lwwnmylm mmm ww n 1lwM'4mw4a ' ' 4 x l 4 i .3 ,S Li -JI I Il Il iEl Ell II ll I ll: Ula william TE. Q-:tort .X sc-holar and il S4Illlil'l' W0 would praisc. NYl1o in thv Timm- of FI'2l1lkli117S darkest daya : Vvith stoadfalst fzlifll. mul hopo that HOVOI' failed, : Fzicfwl all its st1'ug,g'gli11g :lays and 110V01' illlilillfll. . . E It IS :1 lastmg lllflllllllllillf to ons- Q XW10 in El llligllff' SfI'llQ,'Ql0 fought and won. To one who lov:-ml UH Fl'2lllkliTl, and whose llillll0 - E E Shall QVOY' grow iHlIHfl'iflllS with hm' fame. Then take mu' lllllllllh' p1'2liSU, for now we know HOW much Thoso slrugglvs moauf, so long ago. -George B. 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'l'lu- Tlivta i'l1i ft'atoi'uity of tho lvlllYl'l'SlTf' of llvou- sota was holding its l'Cg2,'lIl2Il' l"1'imlay-nigllt "talkfcst.', and flat sulujt-1-t lll1llt'1' flisvussion was tho naturct of lovin "lt Fl't'1llSl0Il1K',u l't'IIlHl'liCtl Yainlc-liar, thoughtfully, "that this low- husinoss is all hot air. llo you know that tiftcon poi' cont. of tho marriagos in this statv I'QSllll in tlivorcosf Tliatls so. Aurl why! llecfauso pairs of im- maturo itliots marry for lovo. No, sir. Mutual tastosff vttngrc-liialityfthat's my notion." "Why not inarry for lIl0llf1.Y?.i flrawlwl a voivo from tho th-ptlts of a Ill0l'l'lS-t'l12lll'. "lVhy not 4" l'0l'Ul'it'fl XYHl'ltllfllG1'. 4'lt's worse than lo marry for gootl looks, liko most fools tlog aucl tho iuonciyll last ltlllgtlliw Stn-wart slowly lit' a r'igai'utt0 with a Vapt vxprossion antl lu-oko into tho 2ll'Qll11lf'lll. "Monoy won't last, antl goocl looks won't last. anfl your mutual tastos niight Oliangcz Tho only thing that will last is a good wonian's lovin" A tlorisiyo shout Vattlwl the stvins on tho ravk, hut tht, lanky aflvoc'atQ of truo th-votion was llll1'lIl'l:ll'tl. "'l'hat's riglit. liitl nu- all you want tof-li know. Yi-s, lilll going to lu- 11l2ll'1'll't,l in Juno, if you want to kuow it. llut l'm 1l12ll'1'f"lllQ for lovQ." Tho voif,-0 l'.1'Hlll tho lllUl'1'lS'Cll2lll' spokv again: "Ask tho lDll'lltlllill"V ovm' tlierri. ltetfs hvai' from the court of last t't'soi'l.'7 ,Ks ono man tho vouncil swung: to- warfl tho c'o1'n0i' whm'4- Sinnot-k hail just t-xvliaiigoml an ah- suiwlly small pipo for an ahsuiwlly largv vigarottrt. 'Wllhat tlo l know alnout' it W' hcl elm-Vic-fl niotlostly. "lYhat tlo you know ahout it!" giowlwl Xv2lllCl0lll'1'. "ll'hat do you know alvout anythingf .Xin't you lll'0Sltlf'lll of lho senior r-lass! .Xiu't you tho sociology shark 'f 'lDon't you know more almout psyvltology than oltl lloc- llatt hint- sfflff l't's youi' lvusinoss to know somotliing' almout it." "lt, soonis to mo, ft-llr'm's," ltogan Siunovk, "that Vans right. Lovcfs a tlolusion anrl a snarcf' "Low a flolusion 'fi growlwl llollins. "llow about that littlo girl hack honutf llon'l you still writo to heriii Tho friomlly snioko hill Sinnot'k's sutltlc-u Hush. llft hail forgottou that llollins hail mot Klartha whon Siunoc-k was a frvshman-whou tho soniol' piwsitloiic-y was wry fa 1' away, antl lovo st-oitioml anything' hut' a rlolusion. lint hr- ilismissefl the nioniory of Martha with a wave of his 1-igarottv. "Nothing To that, llollins. Xl'c'l't- just ohl fric-mls. l agroo with Yau. l'm amhitious, anfl l want an amhitious wifo. Most' ot' thesv girls at the university are fools, aurl you fc-llows know it. l want a girl that van holla mo c-linih "2lll4l l'rl piwfm' that shi- tli1ln't 'lovo mo. XVhat gootl floos lovo tlo, anyhow?" f t A chair scraped noisily, and Stewartls long frame erected itself. 'fYou're all wrong, Sinnockf' he said earnestly. HI hope you'll never try to work out that fool notion. I'm goin' to bed-itls one o'clock. But remember this--youlre all wrongf' Vllhen the party had broken up Sinnock went to his room, but not to bed. From a long-unopened drawer in his writ- ing desk he took a photograph-a girl with appealing eyes, a soft mouth, and a mass of fluffy yellow hair arranged in the style of four years past, a girl whose white froek, no less than the ribboned diploma in her hand, proclaimed the newly-made high school graduate. On the back of it a sprawling hand had written fflilor dearest Fred". Sinnock looked at it for a moment, then grunted and put it back. His eyes wandered to his book-shelf, where a volume of love-lyircs bore the same inscription-this had once been his favorite book of verse. Though the volume had long been unopened, he could still see its pages-lines under- scored. which he and llartha had read together in the thrills of first loveg the page spotted by Martha's tears fthat was at their first quarrelj, and the three white vio- lets pressed between the leaves. lYhite violets were his fraternity flower, and Martha had sent him these in his freshman year. Hut now the book was covered with dust, and a worn, mueh-handled copy of Horace proclaimed the ehange in the ewnerls taste. ln the next day's mail came a letter which Sinnock read with some compunction, for Martha's last epistle, though len weeks' old, was still unanswered, and between the lines of this latest niissive Sinneck could read the reproach she would not speak. lle reflected that he really ought to Write to Martha-she was a nice little kid, though to be sure, dreadfully shallow, but just as he sat down to the task he was called to a meeting of the student council by Kather- ine llolland. Sinnock practically controlled this body, and he controlled it chiefly through the votes of the feminine members of whom this same Katharine Holland was the organizer and leader. And so, when a particularly trying problem came up, it was usually decided by these two, and when the present difficulty was settled, Sinnock had for- gotten the letter. Two weeks later Sinnock, home for the spring vacation, observed that Aeaeia's main street was unchanged, unless perhaps a little more paint had peeled off Judge Crosby's sign. Fred remembered how not so long ago it had been his ambition to see that sign read f'Crosby and Sinnockvg he and Martha had frequently talked it over in their high school days. Ile wondered if Martha would be playing "Sweet Bunch of Daisies"-an air he had once highly ad- mired, and forthwith came a determination to throw off without delay what bonds remained. There was no use in trying to keep up a sentiment after he had outgrown herg he would end the affair for good and all, and no doubt she would be as glad as he. And so when he turned 'in at the gate and found Martha seated in the hammock, he noted with satisfaction that the old thrill was gone. lVith Martha it was otherwise. She dropped her novel, a current best-seller compounded of dukes, hussars, and heiresses, and ran toward him with hands outstretched, and when he dropped them after an instantfs pressure she drew away with lip quivering and filling eyes. -1 l I- L , 7,, "Why, Fred! NVhy don' t you kiss me 3" He frowned. 'fDon't you think weire getting too old for that sort of thing ?', 'tToo+old ?" She trembled a moment, then suddenly sank into the hammock, her face in her hands. "Fred, I-Ml thought it was to last foreverf, Sinnock squirmed. Confound the girl! NVhy was she making it so hard for him? Ile had supposed that she, too, would look at things with reason. "Forever's a long time, Martha. You see, we ought to be growing out of our kid habits by this time." Martha had not stirred, save for the voieeless quivering of her body. A strangled sob escaped her, then by degrees she grew still. Sinnock stood twisting his hat, the sweat roll- ing down his forehead, yet through this discomfort, per- sisted his determination to end it now. And yet, what could he say? Who would have thought that little Martha would take it so? He wanted to light a cigarette, but re- frained. To Sinnoek, looking at the motionless figure lying there, eame the sugestion that an immediate escape would be the easiest, and turning quietly he strode away. Once he heard a sudden stir behind him, a voice called his name, but he did not turn. - Sinnoek' s last term at the university was little more than a blur, for already he had seen the vision and was looking forward with dazzled eyes at the potentialities of the fu- ture, yet, short as it was, there was yet time for chance to intertwine his path with that of Katharine Holland. As associates on the student council, as fellow-members of Phi Betta Kappa, as the best dancers in the university, they met again and again, until Sinnoek, a few days before the close of the term, somewhat to his own amazement began seriously to consider the prospect of a lifetime spent with this brilliant, clear-headed girl. Katharine herself, had been thinking about 'it for some time. Katharinels heart was her own, just as her system of theology was her own. and just as her college course, which she was earning by writing for the Sunday papers, was her own, and long ago she had decided that her heart would remain in her pos- session until her head counseled its surrender. She was keen enough to probe the superficial eleverness of most of the college men, and so far none of them had excited even a passing interest, but nowAKatharine's great god was sne- cess, and she began to see elearly that Sinnock was marked for success quick and sudden. .Xnd when in cap and gown she sat beside him on comniencement day, and saw unheard of honors heaped by an admiring faculty on Mr. Frederiek M. Sinnoek, her heart began to beat in a manner most un- preeedented. And it all happened that same night and without pre- meditation. The Theta Chis were giving a farewell dance: and Sinnock and Katharine, finding the house intolerably hot, had strolled out across the lawn. As he threw away his cigarette and turned to the girl beside him in the moon- light, all his dreams and ambitions suddenly blazed out before him, on the open road he saw himself and this woman, hand in hand-and in a moment she was in his arms. 5? -?: 96 'DG if: Governor Sinnock, seated in his office in the executive mansion, was staring hard at a map of the state's traction lines. The qualities which had made him governor of a great commonwealth at thirty-one had carried him safely through the trials of the first year of his term, but this new difficulty was more serious. His face suddenly lit up as the hangings were pushed aside and his wife entered. f'lVhat's the matter, Fred? Aren't you going to the opera ze HOpera? l'd forgotten. But you can go with Mrs. Yan Ness, can't you? T have an appointment with liulison to- nightf? t'Rulison? The traction king? I met him at Mrs. Delavan's, last winter." ller quick interest shone through a rarely charming manner. Ten years of prosperity had done much for Katharine. ttThe traction king," responded Sinnoek, his countenance gloomy once more. "To tell the truth, Katharine, I may have trouble with him. Heis backing that new traction merger, and I ean't let the bill go through. Tt's a plain stealf' "But, llulison was one of the men who elected you Fred, and you ran on a reform tieketfl '4So far, the reformers have never interfered with Ruli- son. He's a good party man, and I don' t want to antagon- ize him, but I canit sign this bill." '4VVell-don't give in. Youire as big a man as any of them." Katharine rose. HI wish you could come with me. It's Tannhaeuserf, "Can't do it, Katharine. T must come to an understand- ing with Rulison to nightfi lVhen his wife had gone, Sinnoek sat staring after her with a mind singularly empty of traction statistics. The woman of thirty had fulfilled the promise of her eollege days, and both in name and in fact she was the first lady of the state. And yet, by some strange chance the governor, married to the one woman in the world, thought suddenly of a letter without date and without signature which he had received, read, and burned on the night before his mar- riage. There were some things it in that he had not for- gotten. HI have no doubt, Fred, that she is prettier than I, doubt- less she is saner and more cheerful, and, of course, she is nnueh more brilliant. I always knew that I was not your equal. But., Fred, she can never-never-love you as I do. You will be a great man,iFred, T hope you will be a happy 0110. But she does not love you so well-" Sinnock shook himself and smiled rather ruefully. lle had not heard of Martha for years, and his thoughts were again with his wife when Rulison entered. Three hours later Sinnoek was 'wain alone and facine' tr: 7 'cs the greatest crisis of his life. llulison, angered by his per- sistent refusal to sign the proposed bill, had shown him with discouraging certainty how little one man could do against the interests, how his opposition would be only a temporary delay, and his aequiesenee would insure his po- litical future. Rulison had been good-natured enough, but Sinnock felt that here was a man who had never been suc- cessfully opposed, and who would walk over anything in his way. Katharine's entry disturbed him. ul-fred, it was wonderfulf And you had to miss itf' "Pm sorry, dear." lle paused. UKatharine, it's war. Rulison says I must sign that hill, and T ean't. "VVell ?', I'- "lt means that l'm against all the moneyed men in the party, that I probably shanlt be able to stop the bill, and that l'll have the light of my life for renomination." "What of that? Don't we believe 'in destiny? I fell in love with you because you are the kind that doesnlt lose, and l really don't see why you should not beat Mr. Rnlison and his associates just as youlve done everyone else. Have ,H you read that new Maeterlinck story '. and Katharine, in- terested in politics only as a means to an end, dismissed it for a more congenial topic. Sidinoclis first step was a campaign of publicity, but here he found unlooked-for obstacles. iThe Courier, the partyls sole respectable organ in the capital, began a series of edi- torial attacks on the dilatory policies of the governor, and when the News, a sensational afternoon sheet, supported l1is stand on the traction measure for two days and then suddenly changed sides, he realized that liulison's influence was both wide and deep. The public, absorbing the unani- mous opinion of the press, decided that Sinnock's rapid rise had turned his head 3 while Rulison appeared as a great organizer wl1o wouhl systcmatizc the statels traction service, unless obstructed by meddling politicians. Rulison him- self paid no apparent attention to the struggle, he had be- gun to drop in on Katharineis afternoons at home, and when he met Sinnock was invariably affable and almost familiar. The governor gritted his teeth a11d settled down to harder work in the legislature, and here for awhile he thought himself successful. C'ass, the speaker of the lower house, seemed hostile to the bill, and its opponents, led by XVade and Joe Stewart, seemed likely to get a majority against it. The Senate stood ready to pass it, but it appeared that the bill would never reach the Senate, Hlltl Sinnock, believing that he might safely relax, went with Katharine to the 'lOl1l1S011,S Valentine ball. He had seen her less often in the last month than at any time since their marriage, and only occasionally had she been able to spare from her social duties a little time to cheer him in his struggle. To-night, as always, she was radiant, and Sinnoek, flushed with im- minent success, enjoyed the ball with a whole-heartedness he had not felt since his college days. llc had just finished his tenth dance with Katharine when a messenger called him to the door, where he found Joe Stewart, pale and shaking. lt was a bitter story that he told--a special session called on some trivial pretext, the sudden reading of the traction bill, and tl1e desertion of trusted men when the vote was taken, the deadlock, which threw the decision to Cass, the professed opponent of the bill. And he had voted for it, he had sold them out. Sinnock must now veto the bill- a step which, in view of Rulison's newspaper campaign, would make him the most unpopular ntan in the state, but still he might stop the measure. Yet here Stewart's news was still more discouraging. The state was roused by the continual broadsides of the metropolitan papers, men who had voted against the bill could not be depended on to do so again. Rulison had known for weeks exactly how every man in the Legislature would vote that night, and very possibly, reflected Sinnock, he knew now just how every man would vote when the measure came up for final pas- sage over the governor's veto. But hc crushed the bitter- ness in his soul, gave brief instructions for continuing the iight, and turned back to the ballroom. It was the iirst real defeat he had ever met-but he was still fighting. The orchestra was just beginning a waltz as the governor found his wife in a secluded corner. She had just risen to take leave of her partner, and Sinnoek's heart. thumped as in their honeymoon days at the picture. Her black gown and dusky hair set off sharply the creamy tint of her shoulders, her black eyes glowed intensely as they follow- ed her extended arm. And Sinnoek, looking at the man who was retaining her hand, was duinfoundedg for 'it was llulison. "Good-evening, your EXC0llOllL'f',7, said the traction man, Qiovially. f'lVhy so gloomy 4" "Xothing's wrong,'7 replied Sinnoek with a poor attempt at nonehalanee. "l've just met with a little disappoint- ment, but it is only temporary, Mr. liulison-only tem- poraryf ' Vllhen the other had gone Katharine turned eagerly to her husband, and in a few words he told the story. HYou'll veto, I suppose ?" ttOf eourse,'7 he replied. 4'And then? Clan they pass it again 4" HI don't know, lilll afraid so. But no matter how this ends, Katharine l'm afraid that my ehanees for renomina- tion are gone." 'Wlihatis the matter, Fred 3" queried his wife impatient- ly. tilre they too strong for you? You've never lost be- foref' "But this is diiferent, he responded slowly. wfhe very men that elected me have nearly all turned against me. Fm opposed by all the rich men and nearly all the politi- 77 H eians in the party. liulison has them all under his thumb." "So Z" meditated the woman, frowning. The prospect of losing her position was by no means pleasing to Katharine. "Why didnlt you tell me all this before, Fred? You might very easily have avoided this trouble, there was no need for you to interfere with the traction bill." HBut don't you see, Katharine-" and then he stopped. lt was so very plain that. she did not see, that she had nev- er felt the feelings of his soul in this most bitter struggle. And he felt something almost like relief when her next partner took her away. Sinnoek vetoed the bill the next day, and then the real struggle began. Pass threw into the way of Sinnoekis fol- lowers in the lower house every possible obstacle, and stead- ily they lost ground. The opponents of the merger were fatally handieapped by ineompetent. leadersg for lVade was an egotistical ranter, and Joe Stewart, though thoroughly loyal, was unequal to any eonsiderable responsibility. Sin- noek during those days worked with an intensity he had never dreamed possible. The few hours that he spent in bed were for the most part void of sleep, for the fight ab- sorbed his every faeulty so that he could think of nothing else. liulison, on the eontrary, seemed to give it little thought. The most bitter struggle of Sinnoekis life was to the mag- nate a eomparitively unimportant matter, the direction of which he left to his subordinates, and when oeeasionally he met the governor, his air of tolerant, half-contemptuous amusement was maddening to the man who was killing him- self with the strain of the battle. Onee or twiee Sinnoek met him on Katharine's days at home, but these momen- tary encounters were rare, for home was a place which Sin- uock had now almost abandoned. Day and night he was at his desk in the Capitol, and once or twice he realized with a pang that for days at a time he did not even see his wife. And then, when the struggle was most intense, there came a general reduction of passenger and freight rates on the lines already controlled by Rulison, and popular senti- ment became almost unanimous in favor of the merger. This was the beginning of the end. Sinnock sat numbly in his otliee on the afternoon when the final vote was taken. Rulison was not in the building, but Cass did his work well, Wade and Stewart, their polit- ical Wlaterloo in sight, were outgeneraled at every point, and the bill passed with half a dozen votes to spare. Sin- nock heard the suppressed cheering from the galleries, which told of the victory of the popular side, and with bowed head he recognized his defeat. The Hboy governorl, looked very boyish indeed in his hour of bitterness, yet in his face were many lines such as men of twice his age could not show. Rulison had proved himself the better 111311. The night had fallen when Sinnock hurried into his wait- ing motor and started homeward. A glance at the evening paper showed side by side, in flaring headlines, the story of the passage of the traction merger and the announcement of the candidacy for governor of the Honorable 'Morgan Cass, Speaker of the House of Representatives. But Sin- nock cared little for that, long ago he had realized that the loss of his oflice must be the price of his opposition to llulison. For the first time in his life he was thoroughly beaten-and his principal sensation was relief. The long, heart-breaking struggle was over at last, and he was su- premely weary and supremely glad to be rid of it all. As he drove homeward his thoughts turned again to his wife --to Katharine, whom he had perforce neglected iii the stress of battle, but who would now heal l1is wounds and help him to rise again, as she had already helped him. Again would come the utter happiness of those honey- moon days, before he had been led away by the wandering fires of politics, and the man's whole soul cried out in thanks to Heaven for this matchlcss woman who was his rnate. As he stumbled into his study he was surprised to find Katharine awaiting him. 'tI've lost," he said simply. "l knowf' she replied. "Mi: liulison has just been herefl Then her manner changed. "F red, welve always been frank with each other, and .l want to talk to you now, very frankly. Before we were married T told you that my idea of love was rather unusual, you said your views agreed with mine. T held then, and still hold, that love depends on eongeniality, that when the interests of man and woman draw apart, their love dies. And you know that for some time we have been growing apart He stood uncomprehending. 'tTen years ago, Fred, I loved you very dearly, but we were married too young, and we have both changed im- niensely. You care now for nothing but politics. XVhy, I've hardly seen you since this traction bill came up. You spent all your time and all your energy on it-and then you were beaten. My tastes have changed in ten years, and 77 now I have found a 111a11 wl1o s11its 1ny mature ideals." i'NVho is he ?" gasped Sinnock. '4George Rulisonf' There was utter silence in the study. Presently Katharine spoke again. 'COf course, I want a divorceg and I know you too well to suspect that you would care to hold IHS against Illy will. Let nic go to the 111an I lovef' 'tBut-Katharine!" The broken 1112111 before her sauk slowly into an 2l1'H1 chairg tl1en words faltered from his lips. Hllulisonl Oli-niy-God! IIe's a bigger nian than I, and 1nucl1 more wealthyg and perhaps he niay be better. But, Katharine, hc can l16V01'111GVC1"'lOVG you as I do." 4'But that is not the question, Fredf, said his wife i111- patiently. HWe could no longer be happy togetherf' She aused. p UI hope that we shall always rc-111ain friends. I once loved you, I still like you very well indeedg and if l had never inet George Rulison I niight always have been happy as your wife. But now--'There are no children to co111pli- cate our affairsg let me go!" She spoke in the cool, quiet tone which Sinnoek had long worshipped as one of her greatest charinsg but now this sa111e tone seemed suddenly as hard as cold steel. HXVell, Fred? I H111 going to apply for a divorce. Will yo11 oppose it ?" "No, Katharine. I'll 110i try to hold you.', The man in tl1e armchair neither saw nor heard l1is wifcls departure. He sat motionless for a11 unnoted tiine, while his eoiiseiousness strove in vain to comprehend tl1e ruin of his world. Then tl1e habit of years put forth its strengthg and, going to the bookcase, hc turned to his bat- tered Horaec for consolation. As he took down the book his hand dislodged a long-unread vohnne of love-lyrics, wl1icl1 fell to the floor with a elatter. Mechanically Sin- nock stooped to piek it up, illltl as he did so there fell froni its leaves three white violets. fi do if s 3 41? s. O t if . fs 1. a, - 2 1 :M tit 'tiff e' arise , '9s?e.-51 1 hz Qlampus in Sapril Clothed ill the tirst fair tints of green, The wooded eanipns spreads before the eycg Spring Howers i11 the sunny spots are seen, And from it's trees is heard the l'Obl1lS cry. The squirrels that through the Winter's bitter cold. Stayed safely i11 their weather sheltered bed. Now 1'1111 among the trees or growing bold X1 7 C 01110 closer, ever willing to be fed. The violet. among the grass is seen, Showing itfs modest blossom to the eve' 1, 7 That looks afrainst the grasses hue of Green H 'O 'C 7 Like tiny bits of April's bl11est sky. The YVll1U'Ull seeds are on the Ma ile trees 25 7 And scattered on the ea111 111s ever 'where G 1 , Ur loosened from their ilaees bv the breeze v n 1 1 ' 1 7 In Tflplll CI1'0ll'S sall upon the zur. The flower beds now bathed in April showers, With swelling buds give promise of tl1e day xvllflll, bnrsting into bloom the varied flowers YVill add their beauty to the 1nonth of May. Except when .X11t11n111's yellow, brown and gold Have clothed i11 many colors all the trees, Y The carnpns is the fairest to behold VVhen April starts the buds with balmy breeze -George R. Staff, '11 The first sblue ann Kalb . 91533 Albin :Wap ikgarlom, '99 HE first Blue and Gold! lIow gladly one ap- ' preaches the task of telling the story, for to . ly .I,, your old-timer there is ever a peculiar joy in fill' 'Wil' reminiseence. The difficulty will arise in that I shall not know where to stop. It seems to me that I could fill a whole volume like this with our ex- periences, funny and otherwise, in connection with that first Annual. I had always yearned to produce such a book, even from my first entrance into college. lt was looked upon as the prerogative of the Junior Class to bring forth the volume, and from time to time, early in each sehool year, the rumor would be circulated that the -luniors were planning an Annual. I had always wanted to write, even in my very early years I produced stories, as well as papers on History and Travel, wl1iel1 are highly entertain- ing to me now, though in a sense differing widely from the impression which I intended they should produce. I still suffer periodically from attacks of a feeling that I could win laurels as a mighty journalist or soulful author if some- body would just give me a chanee. Early in my Sophomore year, I resolved that the following season should sec the Annual a certainty. Vlle had a brave company of wit and talent in the .Iunior Class that VVinter of '97-R, the best of all my college ea- reer, it seemed to me. Just half of our class dropped out of Uollege at the close of that year, else we should have had the largest aggregation that ever reached diploma. I had talked the proposition over by thc hour with kindred spir- its in the Class, and our enthusiasm had steamed up to the 200-pound mark. lVhen the Class met formally in the fall of 'EPT and chose officers, the Annual was voted a cer- tainty, Glen Kenny was chosen llusiness Manager, and I, I'lditor-'in-Chief. Kenny and l ebose for our Editorial Staff Joseph K. Hart, Mary li. I'ayne, now Mrs. E. I.. Beck of Mexico, .Ieanette Alartin, now Alrs. NV. Il. Wvhite of Kokomo, Bertha Miller, Adda Wyrick, lluth lVallace and Hay Carney, now Mrs. E. I.. Middleton of Indiana' polis. lt had sometimes occurred to me that the Class might choose some one else Editor: and had they done so. and the thing been operated contrary to my plans, I should have been superlatively wretehed. llut l had originated the idea, and dinned the seheme into their ears so eontinuously that they got even by giving me the heavy work. I dis- covered afterward that any preconceived ideas which I might have harbored as to the amount of labor involved were childishly inadequate. Night after night I sat up or walked the floor with that infant Annual until two and three 'in the morning. I worked at it every minute in the eollege year, in classes, at my meals, in Milady's parlor, even in the short fragments of troubled sleep which I snatched at intervals. Certain nervous and digestive dis- orders which occasionally trouble me yet, I can trace back to that yearis labor. I not only edited copy, but I Wrote articles, squibs and jokes. l kept a note-book with me, and jetted down all college events of interest and all jokes and humorous hap- penings which actually occurred or which I could originate by playing upon the foibles of my fellow-students. I also did all the drawing for the volume. As I look back over them now, I tind earicatures where I intended some of my most serious pictures. I even solicited advertising. Kenny did all that he could, but he seemed to have an idea, inex- plicable to me at the time, that he came to college primarily to study, and that his studies constituted the chief fune- tion of his college life. In my routine, the order of rela- tive importance of those functions during that year was about as follows: 1.-Annual. 2.-Fraternity. 3.-Campustry and Tennis. 4.-Studies. And yet I worried through and made all my credits. I may have had some 'indulgent instructors. During the Spring term, When I was making about two trips per Week to Indianapolis to look after Annual work, my English class met at 4 P. M. while I couldn't get back from Indi- anapolis until 4:15. This meant that I would dash into English Class when it was about half over, carrying a bat- tered valise and an armful of near-literary junk that wouldn't go in the valise, and with no definite idea as to what the day's English lesson might consist of. The mild- mannered Professor's most severe reproach to me for this irruption generally consisted in taking off his glasses and polishing them, meanwhile regarding me calmly with the naked eye, then replacing his glasses, and proceeding with the lesson. lipon another occasion a dearly-beloved Professor of mine met me as I was walking through the hall with a girl class- mate, and said "I believe I'll have you two up before the Faculty to-morrow, just for a noveltyf' UXVhat's up ?" I queried. '4NVell, to begin with, you have seventeen unexcused ab- sences from class, and Margaret tiny coinpanionj has al- most as many." It didnit take me five minutes to explain those absences, and square the account with her. In pursuit of advertising for the book, I recall that I journeyed to Louisville during the Spring vacation, intend- ing to secure Mads." from all the professional schools in that city. But though I walked the streets until my legs ached like a neuralgic tooth, I annexed only two of those schools, 4-just ahout enough advertising to pay the expenses of my trip. In those days, my countenance had not yet acquired that highly-polished hrassy effect wl1icl1 it now wears as the result of constant friction against the metallic protulo- erances of other eountenanees of the business world, and in consequence, I fear that my soliciting was apt to he too timid and truthful to secure decided results. One day, while soliciting advertising in lndianapolis, a certain alumnus who was rather more experienced in the ways of the wicked world than I went with me to Charles hlayt 1' K Cofs store. and there in a gentle, hut tirm and persistent manner we laid liefore the advertising man the merits of the Blue and Gold as an advertising medium, and did persistently continue to' do so for long after he had .signitied a total lack of interest in the matter. To such a length did we carry our insistence that at last he turned fiercely upon us and exploded: 'Look here, l'll give you two fellows just tive dollars to get out and leave me alone! l ought to throw you out of the window, so you may consider that Pm maki-ng you a :generous otferf' 'Ci'ertainly,v l replied, taking out my note-hook, 4'Five dollars will buy just so much space in the Blue and Gold. Xow what copy shall we use for the ad T' HI don't eare a Rap" Conly he didu't say Rapj Hwhether you put any ad. in your .Xdjcctived hook or not! Pm pay- ing you live dollars for the floor-space which you now oc- cupy. Do you get that W XVe did. XVe hied ourselves, and gave him a neat 255 ad. ' in the Annual anyhow.. l might relate dozens of such ex- periences, much more humorous now than they were then. We noticed that the Depauw Annual carried a11 ad. from the Pennsylvania Railroad, and that several other annuals carried railway advertising. Xve were desirous of securing some advertising from the Pennsylvania Railroad, and tak- ing in payment therefor a mileage hook, upon which Ken- ny and l might ride whcn engaged upon Blue and Gold husincss. So l assailed the District Passenger Agent in lndianapolis-a most courteous gentleman, who "threw me down" time after time in such a pleasant and genial man- ner that it was almost as satisfactory as success. But I continued to haunt him, until, one day, in a manner which hetrayed the slightest trace of irritation, he answered "fill tell you what l'll dog just give us a little advertising, and as l'm not authorized to give mileage hooks in payment for advertising, l'll direct the iigent at Franklin to give you half-fare rates to Indianapolis until Commencement weekfi XVith this l felt that I must he content. Hut when I lvroached the subject to the agent at Franklin, he looked at me as a bank cashier would look at the seedy stranger who presented a 810,000 check. He also swore by sundry ob- jects of worship that he never heard of such an arrange- ment, and never expected to hear of it. Back I went to .., , I' ,. I I. A, the D. P. A. wl111 was profoundly shocked, and called 11po11 his stenographer: t'J11l111,l' sai11 he, "Didn't I write tl1at letter to Franklin the other 1lay regarding this lll21t1Cl' 5" -1701111 soleinnly at1'ir111ed tl1at l1e 11111. "Merely an 11versight,7' beamed the D. IJ. A., H1111 write and jog 111s inenioryf' But when I next approached tl1e F1'2lHli1lI1 age11t upon tl1e subject., I was n'1et with s11cl1 a 1101'l'lfy1Hg 0l1f11111'S1 of invective and bla11k verse that I retire11 111 confusion Il'0lll the Presence. So these two Qjl'1lT101ll01'l batted nie t11 211111 fro like a te1111is ball 1111t1l I t1re11 of tl1e gaine, paid full fare, 211111 the Pennsylvania carried 1111 a11v1-rtising 111 Olll' book. 4 1Vc siinply groped our way tlirough that job, as 11110 walking 111 dark11ess. It was all 11ew ground to us, you see. 1Ve l1a11 no Pl'0C0lllHg' issues of Annuals in Franklin t11 as- sist us, 1111 ex-editors at ha11d to advise. At the start we knew no IIIOTO about the making of a11 Annual tl1a11 we did abo11t the building of a battleship. NVc 1nade errors, a1111 were g11lle11 right. and left. I learned 1110l'C in t11at year of work on tl1e Annual Ihflll I 1li1l i11 my classrooms. Sounds like heresy, b11t it7s a fact. For instance, the printers led 11s to believe that we want- ed a buckrain cover on the book Cwhen a much cheaper cover wo11ld have served as wellj and so gently did they do it tl1at We became c11nvinced that we had originated the ,r -4- idea o11rselves. I also insisted upon l1avi11g both bl11e and gold cloth appear on tl1e cover, which of COIITSG greatly 'in- creased the c11st. I drew a 141112111 cover design for t11e book, and the P1'll11'C'l'S assured 11s that tl1ey would have to apply it with a brass 11ie 1112116 in Cliicagogprice 21513.00 I learned later by experience tl1at 1111e 11r tw11 zine etclnngs wo11l11 have done 011111111X as well t'1,1r tl1e sniall 1111111111-1' ot c11pies w1111'11 we issued, an1l wo11l11 have cost about o11e- tenth as niuehg H1111 it is iny tirni belief yet that the print- ers used the zinc etching 211111 charged 11s tor tl1e brass die. 1 have also lear11e11 si11ce that the old college Clllllll 1vh11 111- 111111110011 1110 t11 a tirni 111' cngravers 111 l'nd1anap11lis, after- wards drew two cents per square inch C01111l1lSSlO11 1111 all C1115 engraved for HS,-XVl1ll'1l eo111n1issio11 of co11rse tinally caine out of our pockets. As before stated, I did all the drawing for tl1e book. I had some knowledge of 11 rawing, 1111t 11111 1101 know how t11 draw for engraving purposes, nor what kind of 111k to 11se. As for so111e reaso11 I l1a11 a l11t of green lllli 1111 hand, I 11e-- cided to get ri11 of it by lllillilllg 111y drawings with it. 'l'l1e languge of the engravers wl1e11 tl1ey get hold of those green drawings I should 1101 care to reproduce 111 a work of this kind. As the publishers say of certain Eighteenth-century novels, it would be Hsuited Ollly to adult readersf' QI 11st whe11 o11r campaign to Illilkl? the Annual a success was drawing to a eliinax Hlld the future looked very rosy to us, President McKinley, utterly ignoring the effect that it might have upon our project, declared war upon Spain. Vile feared that, what with the departure of many of our stu- dents and townsmen for the front, the interest of the public being drawn from other subjects to the war, and the i11evi- table disturbance of the business world, our undertaking might be seriously jeopardized. lVe discussed the advisa- bility of putting off the war for another year, or of with- drawing our support from the Administration, thus practi- cally forcing it to abandon its scheme for revenge. But fearing that such action might appear unpatriotie to others, we yielded and agreed to allow the war to take its course. Many of our students enlisted in the Franklin militia company, but some were rejected, some were yanked from the ranks by fond and unpatriotic parents, and othf rs felt their warlike ardor wane after a week or two of camp life at Indianapolis, and returned to the quiet halls of A. Mater. Of the few who remained and saw the war through, one was our own well-beloved classmate and fellow-editor, Hart, who returned in the fall, broken and shattered in health by the terrible camp fever, and was unble to finish his course with us. Greatly to our surprise Qas well as to that of the Span- iardsj business and finance in this country were not seri- ously disturbed by the war, and prospects for the success of our venture slowly brightcned. The members of thc Class solicited subscriptions vigorously. Kenny enjoyed something of a "pull" at headquarters, as many Alumni will remember, and he was able to announce to us one spring morning, that the College Board would purchase fifty copies of the Blue and Gold and distribute them as advertising. As our total issue was only tive hundred, this was something of a lift. The books arrived ust before Commencement lveck, and the rush to secure copies was certainly gratifying to us. An Annual was a novelty in Franklin then, and its fame had gone, in advance, far and wide. Caspar Engert ran a college book-store at that time in a room in the old north wing of the College, which room bwame the head- quarters for the sale of the book, and as 'Engert was a member of our Class, he entered into the sale of the books with keen zest. Being a ministerial student and a "student volunteer" he resented an allusion in the book-one of the "Answers to Correspondents'l-lin which he was represented as propouuding a technical question regarding the play of the cards in the game of "Seven-lip", and it took half an hourls explaining on my part to quiet him down, but after that he was just as enthusiastic as Fngert generally is, and l can't put it stronger than that. The College Board and Faculty, before accepting their copies, solemnly and carefully scrutinized a volume, seek- ing whether there might be roasts therein too severe to be borne. The Board and Faculty were very sensitive in those days, and writhcd painfully under the sting of a mild joke which would have ricocheted off the hide of the average suident like water off a duek. But they finally decided that all was passable, and we reeeived our fifty dollars with glad and joyous acclaim. By the end of Commence- nient lVeek, we still had a quantity of books on hand, and a number of us took live volumes apiece and became re- sponsible for the sale of them. In the end we not only paid off all obligations, but, I think, carried a small bal- ance over into our Senior year, where it was merged with the Class Day moneys. After all Senior cxpeiises were settled, we found that we possmssed a balanc-e amounting to just one dollar and a half apiece, which suin we received into our eager hands right joyously. Some of the girls sought The jewelers' shops and bought souvsnir spoons in memory of the Class, but to The best of inlv reeolleefion, my dollar and a half went towards the liquidation of a long-standing aeeounf with Pa llays. be ' 0, 0 ' f A, 4 '1 az? i f se rflrrttnns of u jfrzshnlan 811211011 11110 C12l'V 211 my 11111111111 1 was YVf'211'f' 211111 21111111s1 s2111, 1 112111 11'1011 2111 11113 111l11QS 1161? 211 011110110 A1111 10211 1:1111 was 11111 111 110 112111. A1 11111110 W0 112111 1111011 112111 p211'1i0s A1111 11i011i0s 211111 111'z1111is 2111 g2111,11'0, 13111 111111 01'i1i0s 211111 11111111 1'l11CS 11i1g'011101' 1 1q110w Ii XV011111 11:1V0 1110111 1111 111111'0. 13111 21s 1 1111114011 11111 1111 1110 02111111115 111111 saw 1110 111110, 1102111-10111ii11g 11'00s, I 11l1'1l1g111, "1Y11y 11 is 1111 use 111 1111ll'l11l11', O111' 11'00s 211 11111110 are 11110 1110S0. 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JJ. :L 11111011 1110 111111151111 111 1110 E11g1is11 1'111,1111 11111'1'111's As 0110 011101's 1110 1'1Q10111 jus1 111011, T110 1111'111g111s 111 1111'1s0 s11'01011011 1,1111 1CSSO1lS .X1111211 11110, wi111 1ig111s 0111 211 1011. :l. 1: :L 1 1111131 s121y 111 my 1"0f7111 211111 Sflldy Going OVQ1' L21111111110 111100 IIIOTC, .X1111 for fear 1 might 110 i11101'1'11p10c1 1 S1111l1111 1121V0 1110 b011 111 1110 dOO1'. +C- 96- 52? Now, 110W wi11 I get a0quz1i111011, OI' 110W 02111 I make friends 1Vi111 2111 of 1110s0 stacks of 10ss0ns A-pi1i11g up 011 my 1l2lH11S. 7 5-5 55 +5 I Wonder if 11 gets any bCJCtQI', Some say it gets worse 211111 wors0, So 17111 going 111 wri1e 1101110 a 101101, Saying, 44111001 1110 with carriage or h0a1's0." l gn Qftzr years M533 me williams, '13 'T S Earnest Bancroft, in the dawn of a December morning, pursued his way slowly along the can- yon wall of a New Mexico stream, he beheld L5-iii f"-"ff !ui'fTi5b lllllil W1 the summits of the far off mountains hooded in their mists of grey, rising solemnly and ma- jestically towards the leaden sky. The sun had yet scarce made for itself an opening, and shone eheerless and dull through the uprising vapors of a myriad of mountain streams. High on the cliffbanks of the turbulent canyon stream, stood the ruins of an ancient pueblo, grim and des- olate, deserted and forlorn, in every sense a ruin, yet hold- ing within those weathered towers and empty chambers, strange secrets and dim traditions of times that once were but now no more-legends mellowed by the mist of years passed, since in those silent halls their builders had lived and loved and died. Within the bosom of liarnest Bancroft was a tuniultous passion, the unutterable sorrow of an empty life, and his thoughts turned back to former years, mournfully, all the pent up passion of a life time moved him ever onward, he knew not whither. He only knew that he could not rest, for something within kept sighing, sighing for the past with all its associations, the past, when he had realized the possibility of his dreams, ffor he was indeed a dreamerj sighing for the brightness of his early life, for a home and happiness, but all in vain. Oh! why had his sight been blinded by that one brief glimpse of senior year in an east- ern college fthe one great light of his early gloomj, when his deepest affection had been bestowed upon his child- hood's playmate, an accomplished and beautiful girl of his own college class, but bestowed in vain. Long ago he had graduated with the gloom of an unsuc- cessful love upon him. llc had struggled in vain to be cheerful, to withstand the grief and despair that welled up within him at the sight of familiar things. He had fled from the place of his one great joy, and of his greater sor- row to dissipate his thoughts in the whirl and varied occu- pation of an active life. Thus he drifts to the arid plains of the great South lllest and becomes a veritable king, suc- cessful beyond all his expectations in raising and grazing cattle, but with no heir to succeed to his vast wealth, when he should cease to rule. He was much older now in more than years. He had long since lost all that youthful confidence with which he had spoken his heart to her as she stood blushing before him on tl1e twilight shaded campus, and had heard from her a reply that was, at least, not a refusal. But since she had broken the implied promise of that magic hour, why should he not blame her for her faithlessness, and accuse her of deceit? He could not understand the vagrant fancies of a 1l12lidCHiS heart, and few there are who can. VVhatever he may have felt, he bore no malice toward his successful rival. They had engaged in an open encounter and he had been de- feated. He could forgive his rival, but not forget his loss. The years had left their silver on his temples and their furrows on his brow, but they had never erased from his memory this one great grief. As his early disappointment in love had driven him to roam from his old home state, the scene of his early defeat, so the belated news that his old rival and wife had both met death 'in a railroad accident, drove him to his former roving. This time with a more definite end in view, yet still to his inner consciousness a vague inexpressible long- ing to get somewhere, perhaps back to old scenes and among old acquaintances, for the barrier that had for so long shut him from his own world, death had broken down. 44- -X- 96 -P+ 66 The train wound slowly round the long mountain spurs and bore eastward a passenger, who gazed sadly from the windows and saw nothing, but into whose brain the mem- ories of the past came flocking back in an endless panor- ama shrouded in the charm time had set upon them. Youth- ful dreams of success were there. lle was again spending, as of old, the golden moments gazing steadfastly into the mellow mists hovering over his pathway, that held forth extravagant possibilities of what was beyond. His path had grown rougher as he had struggled onward, but new he gazes back along his weary lifels journey, he sighs, as he beholds the change that has taken place, for where diffi- culties and cares once assailed his way he now finds the rough places smoothed and a mellow light tempering the dark shadows through which he has passed, while the way tapers to nothingness in the column of long past years, and melts in the phantom hues of his childish dreams. liut nearer him tl1e pathway broadens as though it were follow- ing the lines of divergence created between the golden leaves of Youth's electroscope, and this pathway he must follow whether he would or not. Thither he must on and upward till the journey ends. But why are his fancies changing? ls it because the subject of his morbid dreams is no more, because he has tasted the pleasure of having adversity avenge him, or be- cause he has begun to see the folly of his vain mournful- ness. 59 '36 96 '39 99 The train steps at his old home. It is almost Christmas. He sees for the first time in twenty long years the scenes of his childhood. The old house still stands, tenanted by strangers. No familiar faces smile a good morning to his saddened glance. His friends are gone or forgotten, his parents dead. Life appears to hold nothing for one who sacrifices all for the humoring of a mere fanciful whim. He wanders to the old college near the outskirts of town. Ulasses are in session. Gay youths and maidens are there now, as in his own days, children of his old friends and acquaintances. And like the youths of his own college days they seem to love and desire to be loved, but all with the same possibilities in love, through which he had passed, all so sadly. lYhy should he sorrow more than scores of others, who face, and face staunchly and successfully as heavy sorrows as his own? A figure passes him on the campus. lt startles him. ls he dreaming? Could this be she? Noi A score of years has passed since then, and besides she is dead now. But whence this fairy counterpart of his lost sweetheart of the long ago? He inquires of a laborer repairing the walk. V 'tWhat? No-her child." 4Jc,h1Q,77 "Yet her child. She was in college till her parents death, and then was left penniless after certain large debts were paid. She is living at present with friends and will prob- ably have to give up her studies now, with the close of eol- lege for holidays." Earnest Bancroft turned away and was scarcely noticed any more that day. W 9? 95 if 9? The early sun rose from behind the blaek inessas of the western desert, and seorehed the erusted sands that would no more yield to the tramp of Earnest Baneroft's feet, while far away in an eastern eollege town, an almost forgotten man, after twenty years absenee, was found sleeping on the Cold steps of the College l1all, with a paper elutehed in his hand, deeding all his wealth to Mary Manyard. Nothing was there that eould disturb his slumber, and the granite shaft over his grave Could make rest none the sweeter, for he knew what few knew. and what fewer still could know, -that Love had gained a Victory. fl X'-.3 p,,5fID:5 -is XV! fe fqgfiwy mf, .1 ,. X X .,,. f im'-S, f JB' K!!! KM J- V . ... ' J ' - ' ' '- ' .f -1-,fc - V. . ,, , , . . , , . ,, . ' 1 ,V . -..' ' '..' '- -4 .. 'ff' ' ' ' . ,- Af ,- - V , - A U I., ,.. . A. , -' , V -., - ' .f. , .. r -. - -, ' V .',- -.f 1 ' ., - - - A A A. p K ,, whqvf, ...., ark. ., . :B fe' . ,Algae .-.-.,., Y.-W-... W ww- -.-T----W.-,v-.. STOP. LOOK. LISTE ..l.i......-. 1 I HE Junior Class of I9I0phave.iendeavored I I I E to please you in -this ,year's "Annual', and y we would appreciate itovery much if you would ' request every one who -could to buy one of our books, who has not already done so. lIRemernher the merchants have heen very kind in helping us fill our advertising 'space i XVHEN IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN THEIR LINE ' D . GIVE THEM' A iCALL, THEY VVILL APPRECIATE IT V.-,Y1L,. 1, . . .. .. .W , as '- .- .4-gf -ff4-' - ..-rr-ef:-Q1 Y , -' - I ,Q . . , Q .,.. L.. , - ' gg- -vv ...au-,- ' I 2 l ,'. .W H1-.T .,,-frgw -r ---Aw f -- ' i ef! ,A ,E ' 1 ,J ,A - 1 1 W. B. 1v1CCoLLoUo1-1 DRUGGIST Fine Perfumes, Toilet Powders, Brushes, Combs, Etc., Etc. College Text Books and Supplies A . REAL ESTATLE College Pennants and Seals, Posters N RENTALS INSQRANCEAH LOANS 9, M-Miviiijosvt Cards, Fountain Petit My i s. C. YAGER Franklin, Ind. N 24 GOODQNEVXTURK JQHN C:1.BE.RGE.N Q11-'S I-,aundpy s Up-To-Date Livery I PIANOS i N i . 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Hard working 'cJack" Corbett had cracked his arm, with the final score 16 to 6. Butler followed her en the program and largely through the puntiug of their long, slim captain carried away the big end of an 18 to O total. lVinona Technical lnstitute next came down from the Caps Johnson had broken his collar-bone and stocky HDad'7 El- der had fractured his. Vslith such a series of injuries the FRANKLIN VS. EARLHAM hopes that were so buoyant at first yielded to the inevitable and another yr ar void of success became history. VVith these facts before out readers we feel that we may trust our- selves to make a hasty review of the season. Sheridan High School, champion-ship claimants in their line, werc the first on the list and we took their measure pi T. OVERSTREET Captain Foo! Ball Team ital City to see what they could see. The representatives of the Blue and Gold marched on the field with blood in their "eyes" for the townsmen of the Butlerites that had carried away the melon on the previous Friday. Well- when it was all over the mlleelisl' were just able to limp away with the geese-egg end of a 30 to 0 encounter. Earl- ham came over from Quaker town two weeks later with the smile of vietory in their faees that to our sorrow was not erased. Time after time Franklin almost, butif and when the smoke had cleared away it was Franklin 5, Earl- ham 2-L. Xot being satisfied with one thing at a time and that done well, we attempted to eateh two birds the fol- lowing week and as a rcsult both get away. Of these two games, the 'tunkindest cut of all" was when Hanover slipped one over on us, 31 to The Methodists visitors to whom we were 'fat home,'l and with dope prophesying that S9 to tl showed the limit of our ability we shook with terror at the mention of their name. The tight was no more than started when one of their lumbering players fell upon quarter-back Braniganls leg, and put him out of eonnnis- sion. Then with the spirit that never says die we came back at them and notwithstanding our handicap held them 24 to5. Rose Poly came last in the order of events and on Thanksgiving day, the bearers of the Blue and Gold were very thankful to get away alive with the little end of 57 to 12. Thus ended what from point of View of accident was the most disastrous year in football that Franklin has ever experienced. From the spirit shown, however, it was one of the best. In regard to the season in general we have this feeling, that although our victories over other colleges were by no means the rule, Franklin won a victory over herself. The light of a grander day is falling fair upon her faee and if it is our privilege to compete with like institutions on the gridiron another year, we propose to make the 'Blue and Gold a factor with whom thev must reckon. FOOTBALL TEAM '09 l , ,, ,Y il ket Ball JOHN CORBETT Manager Basket Ball Team 1910 1XC'1i 1111- 1-1'1-1'I11111 111' 11111' 111-w g'x'11111115111111 11115 111'2111f'11 471 11111' 1111111-111-s 11215 1,11-1-11 11111- 111 W1111-11 'ggxk ,gg 1111- S111111-111s 1111V1- 1111 111111-11 1-sl11-1-1111 11111-1'1-s1. 11 1111s 111-1-11 1111- 1-11s111111 111 1111v1- 11 5f'l'11'S 111 11111-1- 1 1-lass g2l1lll'S I11'111l' 111 11141 11111-1'1-11111-g11111- 561154111 111 g'1-1 il 11111- 1111 1111- 1-1111111111111-s 1111' 1111- v111'11111s 1111511111111 '1'111s 'V1-111' was 1141 1-X1-1-I1111111, 111111 1'111111x1'i11g' 1111' 111111111111 51-11- 54111, 1111s1i1-1111111 111-1w1-1-11 1111- 1-111551-s 111-g'1111 111 1-111'111-st. 111111' 11'1,11111'v, El s11x'1-1' 111v111g'-1-1111, 111111111 1'1Q1l11'111l 1111-111-s 111g11. was 1111t1y 1-111111-S11-11 1111' illl41 11111 1111111 1111- 121Sl w111s111- 1111-W was 11111 11111-S111111 S1-1111-11. 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Followinfr C 7 77 3 T last years "F, men, lm. lurowu, was on hand. Capt. is a brief summary of the season. Ritchey had not yet recovered from his injury sufficiently Our first intercollegiate game was at home with the y N 1 r .to permit him to get into the game. Constable, laurton, btatc, Normal team of llC'1'l'0 llaute, on the 1-Lth of .Tan- B. BROWN NOBLE RITCHEY ROYAL BURTON Star Forward Captain Basket Ball Team CaptainfElect Basket Ball Team XVagner, Meyers, Sheeli, Goheen, and Frelliek were the other men that showed superior ability and they became the members of the varsity squad. All showed a willingiess to work and while the results were not always 'in our favor uary, and the locals showed their superiority at every stage of the game. They fairly rompeil away with the large end of 40 to Depauw followed then three days later, and while we gave them a run for their money, we seemed to 14- SOPI-IOMORE BASKET BALL TEAM INTERCLASS CHAMPIONS l 11- is L laek "inspiration" at the eritieal point and went down to defeat 29 to 22. lliaini duplicated l7epauw's perfornianee a week later and added a little to it. Tl1e lirst half was even 13 to lil, hut that unlucky nuinher eontradieted itself in the second half hy 'illtifltltbttlllgu l4'ranklin illltl placing the hird of victory o11 the side of the hoys from Oliitrvdinal seore C33-19. Earlhani was fourtl1 011 o11r list Ellltl witl1 a vietory over 'Miami who had just previously taken us into eanip, the Quakers eanle eonlident of an easy game. lflranlc- li11 l1ad in tl1e lllC2lHflIllC Changed her line-up klllfl i11 this eontest showed NVl12llL she really eould do by winning easily 24 to 11. The next three games were played away fI'0Ill ll0ll1C a11d all hut the last of the three t11r11ed out disas- 11-ously for tl1e 'Blue and Gold. On Friday, February 4th, we played tl1e Clineinnati llniversity quintet Zlllil were de- feated in a fast rough game 32h-24. The following day in a totally unfit condition we tried to play Bllklllll-Elf Ox- ford, hut hattered and sore we eould do no better tl1a11 score nine points to o11r opponents thirty-nine. NVe inade up for it a little later, ll0WOV6l', when with several Usuhsv in the line-up we shook the dust i11 the faees of the State Norinal tlxkllll 011 their ow11 floor. xV?lb2lSll followed suit o11 the hirtliday of the Father of our County, Zlllll witl1 a vie- tory over Xotre l,k1lIl0 she expeeted to wallolr 11s i11 good fashion. She soon found her mistake, however, heeause it was only after the hardest kind of work that she was ahle to wi11 17 to 11. The last game was a defeat at the hands of llanovor. On a waxed floor illltl with a partial referee there was nothing left for us but to eat dirt to the tune of 56 to 19. lvhile our reeord is not flllx reeord that we wish it were, we are satisfied tl1at under the conditions it was the hest that eould he ClUllC. True SlJ0l'fSl1l2lllF-lllll has been our niotto tln-ougliout and we have never attempted to wi11 hy its saerifiee. Ritehey, Constable, Burton, and Frelliek will in all prohahility he hack next year and should form the nucleus of a teani that 'fwill niake all of 'ein sit up and take notice." lr" 'P E f ?.d'P'les9aS f A '59 gi all 'Q' w ' c Un- ,, 4611.2 gi' K' is .H R L., 'l' - si i ," MN!! N 4 ' 53,9 ' 1-'rf-1 Lian .vu L, 4 -41"-, 42:37 G : 'lhf' " If 105-119- Track -5 WARREN S. HALL Manager Track and Tennis 1910 111111111 XV111'1i 1lilS 11111111 111111111 1111 1111J1'0 111' 11-ss ever 5111130 1 1111'11111"1'. Y1111111. 'M111'1z, C'1111s1111110 211111 1111111111 1111111 11111110 .1 41111111 s111111'111g 111 1110 1'1100 c1'0111s. 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This S1111- s1'111 g1'011101' 111101'11S1 1111111 111'01' 11011110 112lS 1101111 1111m1f11s11111. .XS 1110 11111011011 is '111 1111 111'11110110s 111: 01111 1111110110S, 1ll1C1'C'12lSS 111111c110s 11'111 p1'01'0110 11111 111101'0111111g11110 111111'111111111111. '111111s f111', C'1101i1'1111, H111, B13f'111', f11111S'11111111, 111ll1'P11f', '1w1l111ll2lS 111111 N1V0l'l' 111110 p1'1111111'11y s111111'11 11111 11051 f111'111 111111 11'1111 s111111 111111011111 111 113Il11, we 0011f1110n11y 1111110111 21 11'11111111g' 11111111. CHARLES D. BRANIGIN CAPTAIN TRACK TEAM asc: Ball 'T 'I' thu timcs fm" this y02ll'.S Blum: :mtl Gnld to go Cfaiinplwell, while tht- "su1ml1s" tlupcntl upon thv work uf List I Tu pri-ss, the lxasvlulll soasmi is not far viumgli :mtl XVRIQIICI' to laiiml them the rag. Of the fllllllUl'S, Pritvli- :NlV1llli't'4l tu zulmit ul: il Vvry lvngtlilv 11-vit-xv or tml, llitvlivy, :mtl .L llruwn arf- the llmst lbI'01lllSlIlg mmtli- pi-tqvliw-.V as tn the UIITCUIIIQ. Lust 'VQ2lI"S team tlutw. The Smiim-s arm- l'Hlll'lklCllT that with li. il'il'4NVll, More was om- uf the lrest in 1'm-wilt tiuics. Wat arc :mtl FHSfl'l', rlugv will lllilliilTllllll'1'lV2llSTl'2lYf'l S1hllll"f0li00p gi-4-utly NVOtllil'Ilt'4l this scfusml. l1mwx'oi'. hy thv hiss of Benin up. Of lust yvzifs Vzlrsity, H. Til'UXYll, llitoliey, ,L llrowu wht. fm' the past two 'X'02ll'S was our piviuiim' lmx artist. It :mtl Kluro arc- that milf' mms loft, lmt with thosv as Rl l'lllCl81lS is tho lIll1'llTlU!l to hultl 21 first sc-ries of twvlvv lIlf0l'Cl2lSS we lmpe tulmihl up a QU4Nll1'2l11l. Om' lllli'Y'ClPlll'Q'i2lllt scasmi gganics in uiwlr-1' tu gvt at limi tm the umilalvle lll2il'0I'l2ll. The piwvlmol' will 011011 tho lirst wvvk in Kiraly mul fi-mn that time fY'0SllIl10Tl arm- pinning thvir faith to f'0ck1'c-ll. ci0llC0l1 mul on wo shall play 21 solwtlillvtl mlmlwi' uf gzinws. g 1 J fl T4 X 60, xl! ep,-7 ! 'Thx v,g,! ,f .,,f,xx -"..f"i.,f4. -. Wi THE GYMNASIUM af I I X W 7 ,. 1 H134 : x V , 1.7 ,.- , . - rv V N ' J ,. - 4 l. . ni V- .- ' ,J - - 4 :L u.. ' ,. 1. ' avg' ,..p5,v...... .,4. ..,v.... .-..pn1,-..-.,..,.. FRESH F LO WERS fl?Z.'Z?Zf.'3pljf.fJQ'Z.'1h'3,f S'?"'i""?"' R PET US TAFE 53.5.5 35 YOUR ORDER D. B. KELL Y, Florist jg, , THE .A CQZY TONSORIAL PAR-LOR , 'tx - W. R. WINCHESTER at SONS. Props. no: E. 1-sermon st. lf 'l 0 All lc' d ft r' l rk cl b f ' l Q D workrhlerf. 0 Cilllejgeahll? cutsoalespelcliitnylesslcenazll V A once and you'll come again. Baths in connection 'Athletic Goods W S Track Suits, Running and Jumping Shoes, Gym. Sh 75:1 V Q and up, Jerseys ancl Sweater Coats, Basket Ball jegjgys, Pants and Shoes. Agents for Reading-Standard and Wagner Motorcycles. I - , GEO. C. DETCH' WHEEL CO., - 1 ' 229 Massachusefls Avenue. VINDIANAPOLIS, IND. Plumbing . 0. E. HEMPHILL Electrical Work - - ' ' - ' . CAPITAL AND SURPLUS C ltlzens Nationale Bank ,,,,5,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 A. A. ALEXANDER, President J. H.,TARLTON, Cashier ' O. C. DUNN, Wee-President R. L. OTT, Assistant Cashier ' A. R. OWENS, Rookh p CORWIN TROUT, Assistdnt B kk p .p m 1 H - PHOTOGRAPHERS I EN GRA IVERS THIS ANNUAL WAS PRINTED BY TI-IE I-IODVER-WATSCN PRINTING CO., I MARKET AND NEW IERSEY STREETS INDIANAPOLIS, INDI-ANA ' PRINTERS BOOKBINDERS A I me '-QLQ -A-1 I Indianapolis, Columbus and Southern Traction Co. Kmvx Q U LOCAL SERVICE EVERY HOUR I To all Pointslbetween Seymour and Indianapolis Dixie Flyers I . Leave FRANKLIN for LOUISVILLE and intermediate points at 7:54 and 9:54 a. m. and at I2:54, 2:54, 4:54 and 6:54 p. m. f Hoosier Flyers P M-M I m Ay - A , I Leave Franklin for INDIANAPOLIS and intermediate points at WH P P IT A I I0:36 a. m. and at 12:36, 2:36, 4:36, 7:36 and 9:32 p. m. A Steam R. R. conne I' ns at SEYMOUR with the B. Gi O. S. 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You lizive lil liwli llllllgjllilllll 4'l 4lH1l.T lqiimvf' ylrlll' waxy up." llvlm-11 talws flfwlicfvii. l'i'ufvssm' lllllU!IllPSHllI "Xml ilu ymi Illtlilll to say that 2. lfimrlmll lmys mliwlq Kll-Chi-il fur IMT 11-pm'Iii1g' fur 1mi':1c'fi01-. lrisli pi'vl4'i's l.4-s. -D Q ' ' 1 -1. l lil ll1'lfSl'llll'l'T2llll Cuuus :ar rlwlmll. NVl1'v mlmfl ilu- Higgs lmvv ai partiv fm' flu' girls! I 4. CR-lc-rv nmlws rlw givin X girls turn lim-lqxmi-il smu- Pl',i'lllll'.'. 7 , 11414 N N ,- "' , . . , Q4 I .i. lliwin smwn-irv ul lxuppai -itil: , ' , , lk-lm lnliu animniiicml. Girls mini' 1-iiuizmum zmml lzlvi-iulvi' livs ln Q-lmpvl. li. l'lI'2i1llillIl plays stair gaim- of llmtlmll s0aisfm. llam- iivvr IS1: ,l'll'2illlillI1 5. Pi Plii girls in sv1'z1pom'4-r num in frat iwmi. T. lPCI'l01'fIii1llZ01l. S. Profossor 'l'l1u111psm1: "Fm' what Grovk letter llfN'4 il 'wiring mlm 'ioiiiiiig Il flwclk lvftvi' l:I'2lft'l'lllf.V dues not know Ilie G11-vlc zllplmlwt 4" Y. 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N12l111'1 11111 g1'1's :1 11111'1i1llQ. 1"1'111111'11 g1111s 111 sw 111'11k'll. 5111- 511"1l'1115 l'1'1'1"11- Huzvl Imvls :mtl Grim, lyuwm, www 1 11wl1111l1 111111 1115. 1 11111111 1111X11l1 11111111 111111 1111111 I 1 1111111 111111 11i11'1iH. 1'111'11l1N5- 11l1'l1' 1121 1' 1' ' ' 1 ' 1"1'1'1111-11 g111-s 111 51111 111111111. 311111,-1' 111111-s X1-111- 11111121111 111 1111- 11:1s111111111'11 Q21 1 111' 4.4 I 'Es-. ff DECEMBER 1. lC1liIl1 llitz wears lll'l' lmii' flm 110W way. 'I' i m ui V 'I' li u ui il 5 , Gm x N s 1 ff, stylvln -' Xlif-ky. CLA 2. l'll'i .Xlplm Pi plmlges nu' 1JP1"l-1ll'lll. iltbllll llill . ' J Lgiwniiiiiigjlz ".xllUflI1'l' 'ix '!"fl girl with Ilizlt ifliuric- ,L Girls gn In 1'2lll ull T S 4-zu'i'ivs un 2ll2ll'lll 1-luvli 1 . 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Peri most moned until next week. 1 1 G liuev buts on Phi llelt flower tor . l the inter-trat ganie. Gussie gives a birthday party for Pat in Mrs. Sllllll1lS rooni. Pc-rt kisses ,Pheke when she hears of Rhodes? scholarship. M abel llill pays Ruth Danie live cents for translating Seniors appear in chapel in caps and gowns and sing 19. Davis is Too inodest to go to Chapel. Seniors settle ditferenees. Hugs is president. 20. twenty-five Gerinan sentences for her. "Blest. be the tie that binds." Alpha Gainnia Alpha pledges liuth Carter. 21. Ernest: 4'.Isn't that Lorene McCain a star Q" Hassie: "Forest Jarvis' Wabash man is studying forestry." .lane Grace hopes somebody proposes to her in her Senior year so she wonlt have to teach. Peri announced to nieet at last. lrish hears XVarren has pledged to Phi Delt. Davis has a date with Jane Grave. Wygant and Glenna go to prayer nieeting as usual. Flay has a date with Jane Grace. llugs tells 'Mabel he wants to get up a ease with her. Indianapolis Star contains following item: uLQOHil1'tl lflder was taken to his home in Rensselaer, seriously afflicted with apendieitis hy Floyd hfeyersfl Franklin 24: Earlhani 11. Flay goes to Aniity again. Vnthank needs a shave. Mildred finds Jane Grace in the librarv readinfv' v e D "Good Housekeeping." Pert: HI have a fever blister." Fui Yount: 'tl have a fever blister." FEB RVA Yo C X 1. l-H114-st: "l,m-ciw Nlc'i'a1ii1 is Slim-ck l1l2ll'liS riff Bl'V1'21lS QW cl! Q c-c-rtziiiily ai llUill'll.n llillllll 4111 tliv NVQ-lmstcr girl Q -STOP! LO0KlLlSTF.Nl "1-" , 2. l,iu-v: "l iloift lIIl4ll'l'ST:lll4l l"'l'li lim' lllf' WST "f flw JUN'0""'W" Bliss l,2lllll1'l'Z "l :im nut :it ll lirm-sf fzllic-s 1.4111-110 fu :i G ET B U all Sl11Pl'lSl'4l.u pzirty. Nlall'lm'v is in l"u1'tvillm-. 7419- ll- Y. 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Xulllf' Rll"l"'.V lllflliw Til'-1 ill' I fc-mpf ru liolrl lrislfs llzllllli I it . lliwff-Saul' .Xrlziiiif first ilay :mil lam- to vllilpcl. 113, Euiiirv mul Frziiilq gm-r in I I ' lfriivsr lmm-ks liiulogy in Tzilli TO I,ui'm-iw. fi-mu llllllkillillwills 211- Ii, AX, V I ,N llypimfic slum' c-mm-s Tu Town. Arlen-fs vm-i'tz1ii1 1-nlli-gr M, , , 45" lil. HlWlf'11lS- l'frii1-st: "Gm-ss llll lmw In -- . Mm-slmll Km' lmlmvs iii l:l'lrlI1 l,ll1'Ill1U. lllilw lll l lull' - ?""sHo - min-l slum-lim-s lfj ll'41lll l 'lap Sits in Smlim. ww. xfllc-. lliirtmi. :mil f'l1'il4ls.i1i ll Prof. .Xilzims 4-:Its all 'lll'2lL'YS. llisvlissiim iilmig lilwll' 'll fhf' llll flllllollc lw- ' f m.a,h,mi4. Huw. i ' IT. l'i'ufi-ssoix 'l'l14m1pso117 Zvp- 5? pe-iifc-lil :mil Chilli-1-ii lmck 4- - .T J- AW! J . 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XVho said gowns and kiumilzlsf Port: "Ifzlv0 'Will S0011 my lJCl'i'ACCI- ly gnml NY Y" 1.01111 has fwur fizlivs. Sonic Sophs 4-ut KIiiil'1'.S hair. 'Moro vxains. Mm-0 i'illNk01'S. During n SHIIIIUIIIUVK' Kuglisl1 rvst, thove was hoard 21 big' tlimup iii the Hislnijv rouui above. Prufessur iUl'ikll2l15I "Sonic uno must have f2li10fi.', XVi1lf01' f0l'111 1-mls. Old Sfiulmxts l'6flll'Il. Nvw onus 011101: Pr0feSsm' CYTUXVOIII "Tl101'm- must lw no visiting and lmifiiw' in thu hulls lil11'iil10' rvcitzltiml lmui's." 25 x 'D Fl'0Sl1ll12lll Sfvzmlvl' 2lll1101Illl'04i rn sail May 1. P1'of4-ssm' cY1'HXVI'H : Hljivzlsc- do not wllispoi' in Oil2l15Ci.M .4 vu. . l'1-11f11ss111' lll'tIXN'K'llI "Will all lllll'liGl'S p1v11sew1111- 111 li. 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C'f11'l11-11 111' Miss KPIlIlf'.ll vluvli 1111. l,lll"X' Illlll Xnblv slu-iul flu- St'1'Hll1l l111111' lllglfllill' RIN 11s11:1l. T. l111111'1-l11ss l111s11l111ll gzmu-s lwgin. l'1'11f1-ss111' llilllllvl' llll1'liS 4'll2llN'l. N. llalpliz "l 1-1111 z1lw11'x's play lM'll1'l' WllK'll l4lPl'flllll is NX'ilTi'lllllQ nun" l'1'11f11ss111' llzlll T11-1-s l1is 11111111 1'1-gz11'1l- ing 4-asm-s mul lhlllllllg l111111ls. , . . . il. .Xlplm Mains f'llll'l'l2ll1l lm' llzm-l ll2lVI4 who govs 111 Wz1sl1i11g11111, ll. V. 1'l1l111- fllllllllllgjllillll gc-ts kissf-11. ll. ll111'111 girls liiul 1111. llll0STPl' Sillltlllflll' lin c'l1111u-ll: "Wvll, lllll guiug 111 ga-1 Klrs. Smifli il llUl'll ad!-f. 11,1 mlk tl11'1111gl1 sn 111' C'2l1l lu-111' flu- Illlllilbfll' of llu1so songs." Vullvgl' fvllnws svn- "'lllu' Nlorlliilg Gl111'i0s." IJ ll'l'llO lwwuks 1l41XVll Rl llllllllg-l'4'N'llll c'l1z1i1'. l311s0l1z1ll QIQIIIIO. 'l'11l1l1'v gms to first lmsv. Dean Smith shoos away some fellows lingering at the dorm. President Crowell Qdriving away Mary Payne and Davie Meyersj: "Young people, these college steps are not re- served for loafing during recitation hoursff Rev. John J. Moore speaks in chapel. 58 people buck. Tracy Cockrell goes to sleep in Y. M. C. A. Y. W'. C. A. recognition service. Seniors begin to Wear caps and gowns regularly. , E. A. Spaulding visits Franklin friends. 16. Raymond Thomas sends his hole- the factory. 17. :mauv- 0.4.01-Ll9'. 'Q 'flivaiihadl "" "1 'Q' ...L 18. -X T- proof socks back to Edgar Brown walks from the car line to Delta's house and has to have his shoes half-soled. Annual Board sends applications to Indiana Central. Il I! ll II ll ji 'Ru CAMPUS LOOKING NORTHWEST Il ll ll ll ll II ll ' K V ,,v....7-.v-,v-f-w-- .eff-vs-ff. 1, ,gg 's-1 ir, ' , 9' - Q .. . :XL , . N . L, ,.i ttf- 1 ,' El - -1. ' Eifiif' , . f., 1 1 ' if , i.. lit , Q ' 5: . :nN,.f. 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How to Get Rich on a Small Salary, Rev. Fred Young. Confessions of a Young Husband, J. L. Goheen. VVhy I Left the Ministry, Broadus Smith. ff B 00 K-N OTES. FICTION The Undertaker's Daughter Ralph S. Frellick. True to the Last for Latest Mildred E. Mullendore The Big Fish in the Pool, Leonard Miller. The Love Cure, Ida M. XVilson. Tales and Anecdotes, E. A. Spaulding, Ccaiefully expurcated for u e I1 a Y. M. C. A text book Black Magic, Celete Slack. Hand in Hand, C. D. Branigin and Doiis Tlnton The Eternal Question, Elva Bowman. Which? Mary Murphy. The Prima Donna, R. A. Thomas. The Garden of Allah, Millard O. More. The Invincibles, The Football Team it . . ., f v -"r 1 , , . M A .. . ., 'tt . at - We P1'11xy f'1'11XVl'11 s11z 111111 .1ll11Q11l. fr1,1111 11111 111111111111' 11' 11111111111 11111 1111 11111 1'111111111s 11lll'11l. 1-111111111 114l111lS, 113 111111111' 111 11111110 11111s11 111s11111 11111. ,,, gj 1'1'11f1ss111' 111111 s11z 111111. :111 s11111111- 111. 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NN MN U' N Mlss llltblllpstbll ltvlllllg ul M'vv1-s ouuglltl: "Ml: Mx Gllllllzfs llig .xllllf tu cil0llllil7S little ilivvc: 'wvllu is ill YN haf ll mil WISP mul I Wmll hm' T" "l"'f' lllmsvll "T If lllfl utllvi' l'UUlll Z" 1mm"'l1all'l-V' Nil-1-1-2 "Gl0llllz1.H l'zlI: "l li1lHXY at girl wllu Q-all ilu llc-1' llilll' up witll txlu Amit: "M'hu IS tllzlt witll llvl-K" llzlil' pills." Yiwu: "Shel l3G2lll.77 Gilssiu: '4Tll:lt's Iltlllllllgf. I l'2lll ilu lllll1K' itll witll llt Ask Sleepy Miller about the time he had a date with Xelle Lanain for a Gain party, and before going after her lay down to sleep a little loit and waked up at 12 :15 A. M., and how Kelle treated him the next day. Irish tin Gerinanjz "Why, Miss Zeppenfeld, il think 'Ich lielte dieh' is all right to say. It's a good way to tell irf' Eunice: "Whats the iuatter with the eloek in the otiiee W Ruth Uarter: "Oli, it's like the rest of this college, it's slow." Lee: "Oh, look at that dog. llasn't it the sweetest faee 2" Maude: "Yes, it looks just like you." Bus Staff says that an argument is a prelude to a iight. Martz Qin eheniistryjz "lf soil produees tl1e food we eat, why not eat the soil ?,' V Student freeitingj: "Byron died in Greeeef' Prof. Belknap: 'Ufhat is not saying that he was fried. Luey: "lYl1en Keats was twenty-one he deeided that lu did not eare aluout work so he took to writing poetry." 77 Toniiuy lfnie Irish Margie M icky .laek Fuzzy M ae -Bill! Tub Piggy Punk H5 'WIC HY? lliI'l0V0l1 Gus Joey Davy Aeey Bus Rusty Doe Smitty Tllllllly like Forty-niillion M k Tl10lIl2lSlllf?C "Queer styles the girls effect. Hard to find the waist linef' Traey: "Oli, 110.37 'lll1H111ilS2 "'l'l1ink not T' Wahoo Rich Fouey Byjox Bugs Pheke Pat Sleepy Fat Pert Priteh Squirt T! Traey: "Not at allg the waist line is Where the pins aref' The ralmlmit and the rooster show that naturels Ways are queer. One has hair without a eonih, and one a eonih without the hair. Now il' lay me down to dream, Full of eandy and iee cream, If I should groan before I wake, 'Lay it to the stomach-aehe. A ,,,.L...4l A El Dormitory llbaalm Tell nie not ill 1l1Ol1T'1lflll I1ll111l76l'S IJOTIII life is an elnpty il1'6f:lH1Q il will tell you ,tis il lllglllllli-l1'0 And things are not what they SOUIII. 76-76-7? At six oleloek the bell says "rise", ,l jump illto llly clothes, Qhlltl hustle down to l7l'O2llif2lSl, lt's hash, so says llly nose. -HHN I lllust he 'ill by half past seven Each night llll'0l1Qll0llf the week: O11 Sunday night if lllc-ll should call, At nine the door they seek. Allll so I sinlply live by rule, I sleep and eat by bell, li know l'll change to 21 11121Cl1l11B, SZUIS sight, sans SPP2li'll, sans smell. 94-96-79 But of all sad rules Of tongue or pen, The saddest is this "Lights out at tenf, 3 what 3lf President Crowell taught dalleillgf lllygant and Glenna would quit? Tub Ilall would get a HMagna Cum Laude W liuth Law, Millie hlllll and Anna Haislllp had cases? There were no 1501117 rules Z Prof. Zeppenfeld would not ellforee diseiplillef Coach Goheen would load devotional exolwises 'in Chapel ? 3lCC1'2CkCI1 should get a hair-cut? Everybody Sl1011lfl l7ll0li Chapel? Ralph Dobbins shollld look at a girl? Timmy Thomas should go to prayer 1I1G0tlIlg1,'? The Freshies and Sophs had really scrapped? Lucy did not get so lnany differellt dates 'f People found out Myra alld Kent had a ease? 99 '79 76 jfavorite Expresaions Katherine: iiGlll'Sll Y" Thomasine: "lVell, llll be chewed up alld spit olltli' ' Hiller: 4'Geeminy Carlylylw Irish: "Ding bust, it lv Frelliek: '4Oh, heekll' Irene: HVVOW l" Pritchard: 4'Ye godsli' Boyer: Ulvell, for land's sake YH Leona: f'By Georgeli' Forest: HOh, hum, Harrylv -v, Af-. , ,f SCENES AROUND FRANKLIN l311yer: "l'l1e1-1' 1111, Iivllf, Miss IIl1Clil6'IJ0l'l'y has been . trying to get y11ll now 1'11r tliree yearsff Ka1herinO: 'iloo ciflluxpll is s1111lying 111 I1o il 111issi1111z1ry.' l,11re11e: "ls .I111'k going 111 1111 one F7 ' IIZITIIOVIIIUI "Uh, l1111'e's Ilthlblllg 111113, "The I11N1lll0l'2lll:Lf is :111 z1ntl11111:1i1I zlpefl-l'1'11f. ci1JIl1'l'1l BIHIFQI 1l'l1SIlIllg i11 IAPl'1'll1'.S 11301115 : IUXVIIOTQ is n1y 1'l11-xv ine' 0'lllIl "' 5 5 ' IX2lfI10l'llll'I "I,111'1-111' 1s OIIOXVIIIQ 1t.' Mahel: "Give it here Zllltl 1'I11-1v ytblll' UXYII.-I I.11r1n1-: "XVeIl, sl111t 1111, y1111 can have mine." II2lf'1l1411l'tI IIIIIUIIIZISI "I like Pklllfillil-XS for I,11'11:1kf11st." llella Sanclers: "I'll mnlco y1111 s11111C in three yez11's." 'l'l11'11nz1s: "Wl1e1'o"ll I l1e tlienfw llellzlt UXYIICTOVUI' wo z11'1-Y' Prof. llellimip Qto the Itlreslinian classj: 'IY11111' 111l1l4Is are kl1'I1l110' voids if I C2111 tell z1nvtl1i11f1' from the ex11'1-s- CF H . Q I sions 1111 your faces. llnth Law: "M'1111l1l11'1 'i1 he 21 peculiar feeling 111 I11- sniart fl' Agnes C'11l1l1: "Yes, it is rather straugef' Marshall Key: "1Pr11f. Belknap is a jolly ol1l scout isnlt he? Always a pleasant XVOPKI for someone every time you see him." Esther: 4'M'l1y have they got that Ere hose down W Miss Zeppenfelcl: HPr11f. Clroyvell must have fired sonie- 11119.37 Thomasine: "My lllSI1ll'y Iliillltl' on English C'11nsti111 tional Growth gms clear I1z11'lc to the year one." Broacliisr "What was the 1'11nsti111ti1111 of Axflkllll 5" Bugs: "I w1111l1l get yon il 1Il'l11li, Tommy, if I I1111I anytliing 111 Q111 i1 in." I,110y: "Yon van lnive my Il2l1l1,I.I7 Irish: ulliilllf y1111 IQIIHXY, when I Canlt niake El ll4llS1'. it Illll'TF lllf' IlfI2l1I.N Gnssie: "What time 1I11 y1111 lmvo eight 11'1'I111-Ii l'1'4'lT2l tio11?7I Myra 1z1l1s1'-11tIy1: "I 1I11ll.T Ii1111XV.I7 Yan Boyer, 1111111-1' VUZUIIIIQ IJHTIII rnlesj: "MY-II, 1111' I:1111I's sake. the l11111s1- 1'111n111itte1- that lllilill' tl111se l'llIOS IIIIISI get all their loving' KIHIIO 11111 111 t111vn.77 Malmelz "Uh, 1l1e1'1-'s ll 111111150 i11 our Close1.'l lilva 1Tl'1J1l1Ib-Illlglj' 1-I11t1'I1ing I1111' skirts 1111 11111 of CIIZIIVD "XVII-H-T siz111l one 5" Elsie: "Guess l'lI wash my hair 1onight.'l Miss 1l11l1nst1111e: "Is 1I11-re soft 1va1er 4" Elsie: "I llillllf liiioxv Zlllll I lltbllll' Care, for Mr. Martz is going 111 heat 1110 s11111e illlfl l11'i11g it over." Leah: "I 1l11n't l1eIi1-ve i11 eases ,and 1,111 never going 111 have anyf, Myra: "Tell me that in t1v11 or three years from IIUXV Zlllll yve'll believe yon." Leah: HOI1, I want 111 tell yon noyv, for if I wai1 that long you yv11n'1 l1eIi1-ve me. Dormaniacs: 'tllates are not on the bill of fare at the Dormf' 'llll01ll2lSI "Gee, I had the best Xmas dinner. There were forty people there and four kinds of pie and other fiXin's.l' Pert: "lim going over to the library to see the fashions." .X few seconds later she was seen talking to Noble Richey. Ilazel Abhett ton the second landing to Smith on the tirst landing, eating the last piece of candyj : "I say, throw it up lv Ernest: "lf I didn't have a farnilv l wouldnit mind U7 lmeing a missionary in Japanf' Miss Mary Thompson says Prof. Thompson is so opposed to men that she will not even let them have a rooster in their ehicken yard. Miss Zeppenfeld: "Monsieur Xvoodcoek. what does "Vieux" mean? It does not apply to anyone in this elass 'Z' YVoodcoek tafter a pause:j '4Oh, yes, erazyf' Uoaeh 'Gohec-n's household is composed of Joe, Jack. John and Jane. Tlioinasinez HYou and l are always getting ourselves mixed up on account of our names." Xelle: HXVQ-ll, l'll change mine the first chance l get." Professor Zeppenfeld: HMI: Frelliek. in the East does a man address his wife as 'she 'Q' " Mr. F1-ellick: '4l'1n not married." We are not certain as to the authorship of tht tollomn Judging from the contents, however, Mr. Kent ls plohablx the guilty man although he has never shown anv wr akne in this line before: -K--X--36 All my feelin's in the Spring Git's so blame contrary, I can't think of anything Only me and Myra. Me and Myra, all the time. Me a11d Myra like a rhyme, Keeps a-dinging on till l'n1 Sick of Me and Myra. 95' 'JP 96 Myra likes to take long strolls And so we go a-walking, And wander out the countrv lOdtl's A-laughing and a-talking: lve just love these days of Spring, Love the first blue-birds that slnv In fact we love most everything, We two,-Me and Myra. 96 'X' 96 Me and lilyra, if us two Could always be together, Playing like we're doing now In this April Weather, All the night and all the day l keep wishing that-a-way- Just stay together till we're grav Only '4Me and Myraf, be guntor rum ' NE 011111 11111511-111' 1111i11'11111g 111 1'11'1H'1l1ll'f', 1110 '11111- ZQI '11'1l'S 11111110 1111-11151-1v1-5 01111511101111115 111 011111101 115' 11l1'1l' 111151-111-0. 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