Friends University - Talisman Yearbook (Wichita, KS)
- Class of 1915
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Text from Pages 1 - 185 of the 1915 volume:
T A I ,I M A N
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E, the class of 1916, dedi-
cate this book to one whose
character and personality has
been an inspiration to us, Whose
mildness of manner and depth of
mind has made him admired and
respected by all, and Whose in-
struction has taught us to appre-
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O our schoolmates and friends,
greetings : We are glad that We
have been privileged to publish an an-
nual for you, and hope that you will be
pleased with our efforts : It has been
our strongest desire to give everyone a
square deal and to make each depart-
ment stand out with equal prominence,
and have used our best judgment in this
matter. We wish to express our grat-
itude to those who have helped make
the Talisman what it is in financial and
literary lines, for We realize that with-
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PRESIDENT EDMUND STANLEY
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f No matter what your trouble is you will always find a
1 friend in President. He has been in the school business for
ll fifty years, and he knows all the up and downs of student life.
il His primary interest is always for the good of the University,
' and one of his greatest cares is to make the money go as far
N as possible. He has been president of Friends University ever
ll since the founding of the institution, and has probably done as
gl much as any man in Kansas in helping to put young people on
Al the right track in their search for knowledge. He has a big
body, but his heart is as big as a. house.
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WM. P. TRUEBLOOD
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Vice-President, Registrar, Professor of History
Professor Trueblood says that there is only one thing in
this world that he likes better than boys, and that is girls. Per-
haps that is the reason that they all like him so Well. He firmly
believes that the most efficient way to obtain knowledge is by
discussion, but he has a very effective Way of stopping an argu-
ment When it has gone far enough. His training as a legisla-
tor and business man has made him a valuable man for the
place which he fills as a teacher and officer of the University.
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CHARLES E. COSAND
A. B. CEarll1a1nJ, A. M. CChicago7
Professor of English, and Lif91'Cllf1L'1'C
The scholarly, unobtrusive mann f
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perhaps his most striking characteristic. His real genius is best
shown in the classroom where he makes the most uninteresting
essay reveal a World of thought. Thru his guiding, insiffht the
modern drama pulsates with life, but dear to his heart above
all eise are the poems of Tennyson and Browning.
He is, however, not only concerned with the beautiful in
literature but is keenly interested in student life as Well. Back
of all he says and does, there is a kindly consideration of the
student and there are few who h
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this quiet! sincere nature.
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B. W. TRUESDELL
A. B. 4FriendsJ, CGraduate Student University of'ChicagoJ
Professor of Chemistry and Erlzccation
"Prof." always gives out the impression ot being a "tre-
mendously busy man in a tremendous hurry," and the more you
get acquainted with him, the stronger this impression grows.
Perhaps it is because he is interested in everything and every-
body, and just as he gets really interested in something and
somebodyC?J he switches off to something and somebodyC?J
The only object upon which he lavishes a deep and abiding
affection is the band. He changes with amazing rapidity from
kodaks and canoes to lyceum corses and eugenics, meanwhile
keeping track of the laboratory, bookstore, various special
classes for city teachers and divers other incidentals too numer-
ous to mention. In no small sense he forms a distinctive and
unique part of F. U., and every old student Who comes back to
visit feels his trip incomplete without a chat over old times
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ARTHUR W. JONES
A. B., A. M. CHa.verfordDg Graduate Student University of
Professor of Greek and Latin
Professor Jones meets you with the straight-forward uncom-
promising air of one who knows he knows what he knows.
The deep and perplexing mysteries of Latin and Greek con-
struction are rapidly and marvelously transformed into simple,
logical "what-might-be-expected" under his skillful management.
He is accused of using the best grammar of anyone in
school, students included. However that smay be, it is certainly
true that there is no more conscientious, honest-minded profes-
sor in existence than our own Professor Jones.
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A. B. tEarlhamJ, A. M. CPrincetonJ Ph. D
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zisll Student University of Berlin
Prirzicpal of Biblical School and Professor of Biblical Literature
Dr. Pearson is our source of information on Biblical sub-
jects. He has studied the book deeply and has a right to his
opinions concerning the interpretation of the Scriptures. He has
the longest string of degrees of all the members of the faculty
and is well versed in many subjects. He is especially fond of
languages, which he believes essential to culture. When you
learn to know him you will find that there are few yvho Will
take as deep a personal interest in your Well-being as will Dr.
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, at erfordb, Graduate Student Univer-
sity of Chicago
Professor of Philosophy
ofessoi' "VV J" is philosophical "with '
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been a- ' ' ' st chapel talks of the
ccused of giving us some of the be
year. He has been said to be the best debating coach in the
state. He takes a deep interest in the religious side of the
student life, and is gaining a state Wide reputation as at lecturer
and Y. M. C. A. Worker. In his classes he is very anxious to
find out "what's the use of us," and he "is not a bit surel' that
he has any right to ask any one to take his opinion, but it
pleases him to have some one "fight" him about some subject.
He doesn'L think it is "significant" to stand in the hall and talk
after the class bell has rung.
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Berling Student the Sorbonne Paris
Professor of Frenclz and German Languages
Miss Furnas possesses that rare and indefinable quality
known as charm. Few things can disturb the calm, serene tran-
quility of her existence and we surmise that is the secret of
As a teacher, she conceals the mechanics of teaching be-
neath an exterior of interest producing methods. No one knows
just how she does it but the fact remains, she does it and the
temptation to "cut class" is eliminated to the smallest degree
possible. Her loyalty to F. U. is only equalled by her loyalty
to her friends and we hope the two combined will keep her frpm
leaving us again.
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Ph. B. and A. M. tPennJ. Graduate Student University
Professor of Mathematics
Notwithstanding the fact that he is constantly associated
with "cold, hard facts and figures," Professor Styles possesses
no calculating and matter-of-fact attitude towards the world.
On the contrary, he has a most wholesome and ready sense of
humor. He is also a great lover of the beautiful in poetry and
prose and can quote it with a facility equal to that with which
he pursues the evasive and elusive "unknown quantity, X." He
holds sway over prepdom, teaches mathematics, serves on vari-
ous committees, belongs to Quaker Round Table and still finds
time to get an alarming amount of other things done. If you
want a thing completed on the spot, see Professor Styles.
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A. B. CFriendsJ, CHaverfordJ, A. M. CChicago Universityj
Instructor in History and German
Besides being a popular, Well-liked fellow and an A number
one teacher, "Brig's" interests and pursuits of happiness are
various and diverse. Athletics hold him with a firm grip and it
is rumored that he spends much of his time with his "Flanders
Twenty." His long suit is history and that may have some
connection with his fondness for dates. He is always to be
relied upon as a loyal supporter of everything that makes for
the progress of F. U., Whether it be May Day celebrations, foot-
ball demonstrations or soliciting for students.
He has offered various prizes for consistent playing on
athletic teams but We make a conservative statement in saying
that the prize for consistent, persistent, enthusiastic boosting
certainly goes to Professor Young.
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Professor of Biology
Professor Emerson is with us for the first time this year,
and has made good in his work. He is quiet and unobtrusive,
but has gained a reputation as an unflagging worker. He has
been recently married, but has shown few of the Weaknesses of
a newly wed. He is deeply interested in the spiritual life of the
students and does all that he can to help the doubtful harmonize
science and religion.
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Instructor in Latin and English
Miss Newman left us at the end of the first semester on
account of ill-health and it was with deep and genuine regret
that We saw her leave. Perhaps no teacher has created for
herself a warmer spot in the hearts of her students than Miss
Newman. Her unfailing good cheer and spirit of thorough en-
joyment of her work, and above all, her ever ready and enthu-
siastic willingness to help when asked, these We will always re-
member in connection with her Work at F. U.
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MRS. FRANCES SNYDER DOWNS
A. B., Friends University, 1907
Instructor in English Language and Literature
Altho Mrs. Downs has been with us only a year and a half,
We do not see how Friends could be Friends Without her now.
Her ready sympathy and appreciation have Won the lasting
friendship .ot the students in her classes, and many of them can
testify that that friendship is mighty worth while. As a. teacher,
too, she has proved her efficiency, and she excels in keeping up
the interest in her classes. When any one needs a helping hand,
there is no better person to ask, nor any one readier to give it
than Mrs. Downs. She is interested in oratory and debating and
has given the aspirants in those lines some valuable assistance
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A. B., Friends, 1905
Instructor in Latin
Mrs. Engle took Miss NeWn1an's place, and teaches Latin
in the preparatory school. She adapted herself to F. U. life
very naturally, having been a student here herself and a former
deoater, so she has no lack of school spirit. She has won a
place for herself among the students and has proved an effi-
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Head of Music Department
Since Professor Ades has come to F. U, the school has
ed up to the top in the Music Department, and his influ-
ence as a booster has been felt in all lines. He is a former
student of Friends, and was a star athlete in his da U d
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A. B., College of Emporia, 1914
' Athletic Coach
"Red" is our athletic man and one of the busiest people
around F. U. There are three things peculiarly his own and
noticeable about him. The first is his hair, the sec-
ond his walk, and the third his ability to detect and classify
good athletic material. We have been so interested in watch-
ing the results from the latter that we haven't thought to in-
quire about his hobbies, but we feel safe in making the state-
ment that he does have them for he has all the other ear-
marks of a great man. He has helped us enjoy one of the most
supremely satisfactory years in athletic lines that F. U. has
ever known, and the "nine rahs for the team" have invariably
been followed just as enthusiastically and sincerely by "nine
rahs for coach."
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A. B., Friends University, 1914
Assistant in Biblical Department
lt is difficult for us to realize that M1'. Carey is a professor
at all, he enters so easily and so enthusiastically into the stu-
dent activities, and when it comes to good suggestions for
stunts, he is always there with the goods. One subject which
never fails to arouse his interest is debating. Next, perhaps,
is his love for athletics, altho he didn't attend the Turkey Day
game last year. As a teacher he is a decided success. His
classes are large in number and invariably interesting. He has
a very adroitly convincing and skillful way of converting one to
his own opinion on a given niaiter. A genius in the field of
class discussions, he challenges you
not get interested in. the subject.
to attend his classes and
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Mrs, Ades is another one, of our talented music teachers.
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acquainted with her, but the early impressions are very favor-
able. Yve know for sure that she is hard to beat as an accom-
panist, for she has accompanied some of the best artists who
have ever visited Wichita. Her talent as a musician is recog-
nized all over the state, and We are fortunate in having her to
teach us how to "rattle the ivories."
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Instructor in Expression
Miss Moore has been connected with F. U. ever since she
entered school as a Freshman. Her ability as a reader has made
her a reputation all over the state. She has gone on several
trips with the glee club as their reader, and never failed to
make a big hit with the audience. She is very attractive and
has a Xwinning personality and a good many of us have often
wondered why some lucky fellow hasn't taken her by sheer
force if he couldn't get her any other Way.
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an indispensible part of our music department.
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"Eddie," or "English," as he is frequently called, arrived
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mention had been made in regard to a band and the timely ar-
rival of our old friend brought this to a focus, to the extent
that a regular F. U. band was immediately launched out upon
a career of fame and renown.
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has an enviable reputation all over the state. He is at present
holding the position of director of the YVicl1ita Musicians' Union
In spite of the fact that he is an Englishman, he has an un-
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X students, our "little folks," Eddie and his wife are a very famil-
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Majors-English and Gerimain
M agior-H istory
Football, 1, 3, Junior Play, 33 Presi-
dent Y. M. C. A., 4: President Class- 4,
Vice-president Student Council, 35
President Agora, 43 Gospel Team, 15
Capt. Gospel Team, -L3 Secretary Q.
Fraternity, 4, Talisman Staff, 3, De-
bating Team, 4.
"Now, it chanced that I had been,
while life was yet in bud and blade,
betrothed to one, a neighboring prin-
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Day Play, 1, Treasurer D. D. V.. 21
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l Council, 33 Life Staff, 2, 43 Davis,.l, 3,
Secretary-Davis, 2, Critic Davis, 2:
1 Vice-president Davis, 45 Basket Ball, 1:
l Talisman Staff, 3, Debating Team, 4.
l "Her kindness and her Worth to spy,
Y you need but gaze on Ellen's eye."
ANNA JANE BAKER
l Seeretary Davis, 2, 3: Vice-president
D-avis, 4: Critic Davis, 33 Reporter Da-
V1S..4I Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet, 23 Vice-
president Y. XV. C. A., 4: Vice-president
D. D. Y., 3: Parliamentarian D. D. X.,
43 Utili Dnlci, 3, 43 Vice-president Ora-
, tolrical Association, 3: Acting President
Girls' O. Association. 4: Debating
Team, 3: Junior Play, 3: lEclitor-in-
Chief Talisman. 3: Reporter Life, 43
Secretary F. U, Oratorical Association,
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l "Ignorance is the curse of God,
F knowledge the wing wherewith we fly
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S. STANLEY PERRY
Jlajors-Greek an-fl Bible
Glee Club, 1, 2: Prohibition League,
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Secretary Class, lg Era, 1, 25 Davis,
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President Y. W. C. A., 4: D. D. V., 3, 4,
Tltili Dulci, 35, 45 Glee Club, 43 Junior
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AVA L. HOOD
Major-English. and History
Era, 1, 2g Critic, Reporter, Secretary
Davis, 4, Vice-president Y. VV. C. A., lg
Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet, 43 Reporter D. D.
V., 35 Critic D. D. V., 45 President Utili
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Basket Ball, 1: Prol 'b
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HAROLD D. AICEWEN
Football, 2, 3, 41 Basket Ball, 1, 2,
3: Capt. Basket Ball, 43 Track, 1, 23
Vice-president Class. lg President
Class, 3: Treasurer Class, 4: Y. M, C.
A. Cabinet. l, 23 Manager Football, 25
Presiclent Athletic Association. 25 Stu-
dent Count-il, 3, 'ig President Q. Fra-
"He, of all the men that ever my
foolish eyes looked upon, was the best
deserving a fair lady."
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Football, 3, 43 Baseball, 33 Basket
Ball, 41 Junior Play, 3: Vice-president
Athletic Association, 35 President Ath-
letic. Association, 4: President Q. Fra-
ternity. 4: Talisman Staff, 3.
"Not his the form, noi' his the eye.
that youthful maidens wont to fly."
Vice-nresiclent Davis, 3: Critic Dgivis.
-lg D. D. V., 2, 3: Talisman Stuff. 32
Manager Glee Club, 3: Glee Club. -lg
Utili Dnlci. 3, 4: Vice-p1'eS1clent
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MARY SIBYL KNIGHT
Majors-Science and English
,Davis 3. 43 Prohibition League, 3, 4:
3, 43 Volunteer Band, 3,
43 D. D. V., 43 Utili Dulci,43Glee-
bell, and her
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tongue is the clapperf'
ROLLO BART ROSS FOSTER
Majars-Philosophy and History
Manager T1'2LCk, lf, Footba1l,2, 43
Capt. Football, 33 Treasurer Class 2
33 I'i-esident Davis, 3, 43 Business M'an:
nger Talisman, 3: Junior Play, 33 Presi-
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Club, 23 Male Quartet, 23 Prohibition
League, 1, 3, 4g Y. M. C. A. Minstrel, 2.
'fSave I be joined to her that is fair-
est under heaven, I seem as nothing in
the mighty World."
Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, 43 Prohibition
League, 43 Biblical Forum. 4.
"Thy smile and frown are not aloof
from one another."
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Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet l, 31 President
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43 Gospel Band, l. 2. 3. -l: Secretary
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Majors-German and French
Class Reporter, 1, Vice-president,
Davis, 23 Secretary D. D. V., 2, 45 Chor-
ister D. D. V., 3: Secretary Athletic As-
"She looked as grand as doomsday,
and as grave." -
FRANK TH IERS
M ajor-Jlath e-matics
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Majors-Bible and English
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Vice-Presiclezzt ...,.................,.,. L.ILL1E BRAZIL
SeC1'eta'1'y ................................. GAIL LAYNE
Tfeasufev' ............................ PAUL LIGHTNER
Myrtle and Maroon
"Never Give Up."
Look out! hike out!
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don'L blame him a bit. for he's a regular
genius at it. Good nature and a general
satisfaction with life are his chief char-
E Mania FRIEND
Marie is a practical person and as inde-
pendent as they make them. Tho she
has joined us only this last semester, she
is a well established member of the Bull
Dog clan. Her black eyes keep you
Homer will be a great reverend some
day. He takes life seriously, but he has
a saving sense of humor.
Means has lots of ability. He can
make money, make grades, and make
dates. However, he seems peculiarly
fitted for the affairs of state. If you
don't believe it ask him about some of
the great questions of the day.-
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nor nervous, but Woe unto the unfortu-
nate who approaches at other than the
auspicious time. She presides over
Truesdell's book store.
John is a. booster for athletics and de-
bating. He is always busy and gets a
great deal done, but hard work does not
deprive him of a sense of humor.
"Dixie" is a cross between Maria in
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"Faust" But her heart is in the right
place as her many friends testify.
Because of his never-failing smile and
his cheery voice John has a host of
friends, not only among the Juniors, but
also with the faculty and the student
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ness world and practical things of life
have attractions for him. Perhaps that
accounts for his interest in the D. S.
course at Manhattan. He is good hearted
and mighty dependable.
Frosty is not to be scorned because of
his small' stature, for small people often
accomplish great things. As yell-leader.
Frosty is certainly able to stir up "pep."
Ruth is a serious, sedate lady in ap-
pearance, but quite the opposite in real-
ity. An A number 1 student and a mighty
good friend to have.
Ricord's long suit is twirling the "pill"
I-Ie has some ideas of his own about life,
but he doesn't push them on other peo-
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forward and sincere in manner. Has
never been known to manifest. any inter-
est in girls, but might under strong prov-
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great deal, yet. although we hear but lit-
tle from 'him, we may lest assured that
Charlie enjoys life to the full and always
sees the funny side of everything.
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head, but nobody believes it. His prin-
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gets started, for he has been saving up
a. long time. He is not so cross as he
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Gods, how she can tat! This is not her
only aim in life, however, for she is an
all-around good student and a splendid
Merle is a modest, quiet Quaker, inter-
ested in all good things. He is not afraid
of hard work.
Etta never has much to say, but her
sunny, good-temper has a cheering effect
upon all those about her. Etta's motto
seems to be-' cheer up."
For a man of his size "Smithy" does an
astonishing amount of pencil pushing.
He is interested in music, debating, ath-
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around F. U.
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means. He is in trouble for he has
broken the anti-trust law. I-le has a mo-
nopoly on nonsense.
"Actions speak louder than words,"
and, although Winnie has but little to
say, she accomplishes considerable. l-ler
specialties are German and French.
John believes some things with a cap-
ital B. However, he is not in favor of
conducting an inquisition for those who
disagree with him. His doctrine is har-
mony on the basis of agreement concern-
Rengo came to us from the Island King-
dom. He is here on business for his
king. He is preparing himself to be a
missionary to his own people.
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Lillie is a quiet and demure little
Juniorg studious and industrious, but she
is not lacking in humor and has stored
away in her small Cranium a good supply
Today is quite the best day you will have.
'Tis said there is a time for everything:
A time to laugh or mourn, to work or play.
And, each thing should be done in its own time.
Yet, for the things that life demands of you,
The world's Work which into your portion falls,
There no'er will be a time so opportuiie
As this, the inonient you are living in.
Then go! Begin! Wliatexfei' you should do
Put forth your hand and do it while you may.
The Past is gone-the Future out of reach.
Improve the Present, it is all you have.
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N6'1'1'6ic1ry and Trmsurer ,........,. CLAIRE CROMWELL
Tigers! Tigers! hear us rom
We are ViC'f0I'S, evermore!
Orange and Black
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ROY GARNER-They say that some people didn't spring from monkeys-they ' ' 6
simply changed clothes.
SIMON SWANSON-"Aly endeavors ever come short of my desiresf,
CHARLES ASHEH--"I have the nerve to fuss, but not the inclination."
HAZEL BEESON-"O! I wish he were a octopus."
ROBERT BRUCE-"Ye Gods! I am a man after 1nine own heart."
NATHANIEL BIICKLIN-"Whyl'ore the tumult? Whence cometh the noise?"
NOBLE CAIN-I-Iis music hath many t'l1Z1I'l1IS.
OLIVER CARTER-"Ye Gods! My kingdom for a woman."
CLAIRE CROMWELL-"She finds the world forever fresh and new."
'EARL FOLGER-"Taken: ain't it a shame?"
IZA GREESON-"I'x'e got. no patience with the blues at all."
GEORGE GROVE-"IXIarriage is a desperate thingy but this is the life."
GERHARD HARMS-"I hold to mine own opinions, who dares contradict."
FRANCIS HAYDEN-"Perfectly neutral-but partial to the Dutch."
CARRIE HAYS-"'Tis not enough to he good, one must be good for something."
ALTA HOFF-"Beauteous being in whose face shines all that's pure and true,
, HAZEL I-IORSELY-"A maid whom those who knew didst love."
MARY LOWRY-'tl-low sweet and fair she seems to be."
BERTI-IA MCCRACKEN-"My doctrine is to lay aside contention and be
PAUL MCCREADY-"What charm have girls for me?"
EVALENA MACY-"Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thotful of others."
ZALO MILES-"I am different from everybody else."
HAROLD MILLER-"He is one of those who cannot but be in earnest."
DELMAR PARR-"Brutus, also, was an crater."
FRANCES PERRY-"And still to her charms she alone is a stranger. Her
modest demeanor is the jewel of all."
FRED PICKEREL-"One person can't do everything but some make a good
bluff at it."
CHRISTINE RIGGS-"The same yesterday, today, and forever."
JOHN ROSS-"Slow and steady wins the race."
OREN RUSH-"Beware, I may yet do something sensational."
VERNON SIMMONS-"Give me girls or give me death."
WAYNE STITT-"To appreciate him, one must truly know him."
LORA VAN HORN-"I'II be happy and free, I'll be sad for nobody."
MARIE WILLHOIT-"Ever generous, sometimes blue, often haughty, always
RUTI-E EPSINSLOW-"Quiet and sincere is she, Yet always full Of Iflifth H-Hd
LESTER NEAL-"O! bring back my Bonnie to me."
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Hazel short and fat,
Marie CVVJ Without a ratg K
Mary Lowry without some style,
Alta Hoff not wearing a smile.
Stitt singing a solo,
Kamatzu in a game of polog
Roy Garner keeping solemn order,
Bruce not loafing in the corridor.
a glee club without McCready,
Earl Folger without his lady.
Simmons getting a I +,
with his girl in an omnibusg
Isa and not Frances along,
.Inst imagine Carrie doing anything wrongg
Or picture Frances CPJ, if you can,
Searching the world to find a man.
Imagine Miller be sporty awhile,
Imagine Hazel CHQ running a Whole mile:
Imagine Neal flunk without making a stall,
Or think of Parr apart from football.
Imagine Claire without her curl,
Or picture John Ross in a tango whirl QS
Imagine Lora flunk in her Dutch,
Imagine Carter without his grouch.
Nat Bucklin with smooth, neat hair,
Or noble Cain weighed down with careg
Imagine Babe as a circus clown,
Or Skinny Asher with hair combed down.
Imagine Christine as tall as Harms,
Or B. McCracken with a hundred farmsg
Imagine Ruth Wfinslow singing out of tune,
Or Gerhard Harms getting up too soon.
Imagine Evalena with a Roman nose,
And Oren Rush in artistic poseg
Imagine all this and see if it ainlt
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CLAUDE HANSEN-I shall nv-'er he aware ot' my own wit until I break my
shins against. il.
FRED l-l.-XliYEY- l-le was great ol' heart, magnaninious, rourtly, courageous.
MUR'l'EL RALSTON-Uh! whistle and l'll 1-ome to ye, my lad.
AGNES RAMSDALIE-'The hand that hath made you fair hath made you good.
NETTIE SCI-IIIAIACHER-ll is good to live and learn.
RAY SULLIVAN-Some are horn great.
BARBARA THOMPSON-It is odd how sunny hair attracts me.
WYMAN Tl-IOMPSON-l-lis ready speech flows fair and free.
EVA Tl-IORLTON--To know her is to love her.
ALMA WADLOW-A right to dream. not to tell.
ADDISON BAIRD-A wanderer, here hy fortune tostf'
HOWARD COPPOCK-1--lis limbs were vast in manly mould, for hardy sports or
JUSTICE LANDRITH-The man worth while is the man who can smile when
everything goes dead wrong.
MILDRED GRAHAM-I know that Jimmie loves me. I know he loves me true,
and if I weren't quite so tall, the rest would love me too.
EDITH BUCKNER-Infinite rir'-hes in a little room.
GRACE SMITH-It is of no avail: her heart is in the distance.
VERNON SNEED-I don't c-are what happens, just so it doesn't happen to me.
GLADYS BRADY-Laugh and get fat.
CECIL BROWN-Stern as a soldier might be but hearty and placable always.
AGNES CAMPBELL-Truth is truth to the end of reckoning.
CHARLEY CAMPBELL-Fear may force man to cast beyond the moon.
CHARLES CAMPBELL--A prince I was, blue-eyed and fair of face.
NEVILLE CARPER-With just enough of learning to misquote.
DALE CRITSER-I-Ie is a little man let him go and work with the Women.
ESTHER SCHOCKEY-Good thoughts are her best friends.
EDWIN PRICE-There is a foolish corner even in the brain of the sage.
EDITH ROBINSON-When one is truly in love, one not only says it, but
EARNEST CARTER-Come not within the measure of my wrath.
OREL HOLMAN-One ear it heard, at the other out it Went.
AMY CLARK-Oh, Landreth! oh, Landreth! Why dids't thou leave me?
JANE COLBURN-They're only truly great, who are truly good.
KINNIE STITT-I never knew so young a body with so old a head.
ANNA COSTIN-Such stuff as dreams are made of.
ALTA DEARING-Not only pleasant to look upon but also pleasant to talk with.
WILBUR HADLEY-The music stirs in him like a wind thru a tree.
CLYDE KEY-His study was but little on the Bible.
CARL DEWELL-Men are but children of larger growth.
TORBY FLETCHER-VVhat a case am I in?
GUY SMITH-God made him so therefore let him pass as a man.
RAYMOND YOUNG-old age and youth Cannot live together. '
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Vice-P1'eside11t .................... BERTHA VAN HORN
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T1'easu1'e1' . ........................... GREAR LINDLEY
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Football is the most popular game at F. U. It has had the best
support of all the athletic sports from the people i11 general. The
supporters have been loyal and faithful in defeat as well as in victory.
Eleven "Q" :neu together with about ten men with high school
experience reported last tall at training camp. Dr. Banbury was
back on the job with all his old-time pepper. Coach Markley, with
his experience on the College of Emporia team, was also on hand,
and assisted in making' a winning' football machine.
Football at F. U. has made great strides in the three years since .
it was reinstated. The season of 1912 was not a. successful season so
far as games won was concerned, but it was the beginning of a
greater team. The season of 1913 with the experienced men of the
previous season and some new men on the team, F. U. was able to Win
four out of seven games. The 1914 team Won all the games on the
schedule, thus entitlirgr them to the state championship.
Witli Coach Banbury and the majority of this year's team back,
we predict another successful year for Friends.
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R. L. NIARKLEY, Regular Coach
R. L. Markley, regular athletic coach, came to Friends from College of Em-
poria. "Red" was popular in college as a student and as an athlete. He was
tackle on the all-state team for three years and was chosen captain the last
year. The Friends line was one of the strongest in the state, which was
largely due to his coaching. Having played four years in college football he
was well acquainted with the strong and the weak points of the various teams.
His many friends will regret the fact that he will not be here next year.
DR. J. Q. BANBURY, Special Football Coach
Dr. Banbury, coach for two years of the Quaker football team, was again
secured for this year. "Doc" played football with the Terrible Swedes of
Bethany, and later with the University of Pittsburg, where he was one of the
star quarterbacks of the east. He has the record of coaching a neverevictori-
ous team to an ever-victorious team in three years. With eleven "Q" men
back last fall Banbury had a chance to turn out a winning team, and did so
to the satisfaction of all concerned.
' GEORGE GROVE, Captain 1914-Right Tackle
"Babe" proved himself to be one of the best all-around men on the team.
He played a better game this year than last. "Babe" was always there when
it came to opening a hole or to carrying the ball on a tackle swing. The
opponents soon discovered that it was useless to try to make gains over him.
Grove was named as guard on the second all-state team last year, and was
chosen as right tackle on the first all-state team this year. Babe was tackled
so hard by Cupid that he is a "married man" now, and so will not play next
year. Weight, 195 pounds.
PAUL MCCREADY, Captain-elect 1915-Quarter
Atho permitted to play in only three games on account of sickness,
"Mack" proved himself to be a valuable man as well as a dependable one.
He was the one who got "Crib" Altmanjs goat in the College of Emporia game.
Mack was a good field general, could be counted on to call the proper signal
in a pinch. 1-lad he been permitted to play the entire season he would have
been in the race for a position on the all-state team. Weight, 150 pounds.
VERNE SIMMONS, Right Half
"Simmie," as he is known on the gricliorn, was a good consistent player.
He WHS the 111311 D0111'E 811111612 SC0Fi11g twelve touch-downs during the season.
His ability to start quick was a very valuable asset, making him a hard-hitting
backfield man. He was a good dodger and could be depended upon for a gain.
Hsimmien WHS good in breaking up interference and nailing' his man without
help. Verne's good passing and all-around ability placed him as right half on
the first all-state team. Weiglit, 158 pounds.
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"Mack," known as the Old War Horse, leaves us this spring. He was in-
strumental in restoring football to Friends, and was manager of the team
in 1912. l-le was a member of the team that year, and has played every posi-
tion except. Center. "Mack" was regular full this year and played the best
game of his career. Ile proved himself to 1,9 3 hard plunging back and a
heady defensive player. li-le has earned three stripes and will be missed very
much from the team next year. XVeight., 170 pounds.
ISAHT FOSTER, Hall' and Quarter CCapt., '13J
Foster is the only other player besides McEwen who has won three stripes.
He played half for two years and took quarter when McCready was out with
typhoid fever. He won one game last. year with his toe, and saved the Col-
lege of Emporia game from being a tie by booting two field goals. He was
good in breaking up passes 1-ts plays. Bart. will graduate this spring and
Friends will lose a dandy player. XVeight, 155 pounds.
DELMER PARR-Left Tackle
Parr hails to us from Byron, Okla., and brings with him a record as an
athlete. He can make the hundred in less than 11 seconds. His speed and
weight made him the best open field runner on the team. He played tackle
this year instead of full, and developed into a good line man. He was selected
as left. tackle on the second all-state team. Height, 6 feet, 2 inches. Weiglit,
FRANK YOUNG, Right Guard
This is "XVooden's" last year, as he graduates this spring. He has played
two seasons at guard and will be missed next year as he has developed into
a good player. He was good at stopping the onrushes of the opponents and
was a good tackler. He was a good defensive and offensive player. He has
earned two "Q's." Weight, 170 pounds.
ROBERT BRUCE, Center
"Bobby" was one of the best centers in the state and bid high for a place
on the all-state team. He could be depended on to stop rushes or block passes.
He was always on hand when it came to instilling pep into the fellows. He
played a fine defensive game against the College of Emporia, and broke up
plays for a loss to the C. of E. team. No fumbles could be charged up to
Bobby on account of bad passing. Weight, 149 pounds.
DALE CRITSER, Right End
"Grits" came from Wichita High where he had played quarterback. But
that position was held down by a good man, so he tried out for end. De-
spite the fact that he was light for the position, he hung on and won the place.
He played safety on defense and he will long be remembered for returning a
punt forty yards thru an open field in the Thanksgiving game. He was also
good on going down on punts. He Won the position of right end on the sec-
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"Dutch," as he was known, played two years on the second team while a
prep. Phenneger was a hard tackler and also good at smashing up interfer-
ence. His ability on defense was what made him such a valuable player to
the team. It is doubtful whether he will be back next year. Weight, 140
ROY PEARSON, Left Half
Pearson came from Pratt with an all-state high school record as half
back. "Doc" did not get into the game much until after Foster went to quar-
ter. He was good in returning punts and made two touchdowns from the kick-
off. He is next to Simmons in the number of touchdowns, having made six
during the season. Pearson will be a valuable man to the team next year.
Weight, 170 pounds.
TORBY FLETCHER, Left Guard
Fletcher made the position of guard over several other candidates. Torby
was good on defensive work and could be depended upon to open up holes
when they were needed. He was the only guard to make a touchdown this
year. He is expected to be back next year. YVeight, 170 pounds.
WALTER DICKERSON, Left End and Tackle
"Dick" is another Wichita High product. He was handicapped all season
by injuries and didn't have a chance to show his best form. He was a good
passer and punter, and was also good at grabbing forward passes. Yvhen it
came to getting the man with the ball, Dick was there. With this year's ex-
perience he will bid strong for a regular position next year. Xveight, 158.
CLYDE KEY, End or Half
Key was utility end or half backl as the occasion demanded. Owing to
those positions being crowded he did not have a chance to play regularly. He
was good at breaking up interference and at tackling, and was also good in
catching and blocking passes. Weight, 150 pounds.
HERBERT HARMS, Guard
Harms played on Wichita High team at guard and was first substitute for
that position last year. Lack of experience was "Herb's" worst drawback. He
handled himself very well for a man of his size. He is now attending K. U.
Weight, 180 pounds.
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About twenty men were regular oeeupants and a dozen or more spent
part of their time there. The camp eonsisted of fire tents. eaeh one
of which was given some name. which it earried the rest of the time.
The Camp was favorably loeated between the swimming beach and
the football field. The Interurban made it possible for all. who had
work in town to go baek and forth as they desired.
The mornings were spent in boatridine, fishing. swimming. boxing,
reading and a elass in football rules, conducted by Coach Markley.
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start for the football field. They were met there by Coaches Ban-
bury and Markley, who put them thru the drills of falling on the ball,
plunging, running, and kicking. About ten back field men were under
the supervision of Coach Banlmry, while Coach Markley had charge
of the line men.
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some of the strongest teams in this part of the state. Four lnernbers
of this year's team graduate this spring, which advances some dope ou
next year's tryout for college basket ball,
The prospects are very bright for a winning academy team next
year, as they will be given more attention. There will be some new ma-
terial to work with, and with a better place to play they should put
out a first class team.
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Baseball prospects at Friends 'University for the year 1915 are
very promising for a fast team. Up to date, two intercollegiate games
have been played, and the Quaker boys won both of them by decisive
scores. The dope is that Friends will be right in the race for chain-
While but four of last yeai-'s team are back the places left vacant
have been filled by competent high school men, and the team is work-
ing like a bunch of veterans.
The first game of the season was played on Hess field, April 17,
Bethel College of Newton, being the opposing' team. The visitors were
outplayed in all departments of the game and did not have a chance
to win. at
The second game on the schedule was played at home, Southwest-
ern being the victims. The team showed marked iinprovenient and out-
classed the Moundbuilders in every department of the game. The
score was 9 to 3.
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The track prospects for Friends were never better than this year.
We have in Pearson and Campbell two new stars with records behind
them. Among the old men are Parr, Cross and MeCready, who have
made and probably will make new records. The recent iuterelass meet
has proven their metal and also shown good point-makers in W'ey,
Thompson, White, Bruce, Garner and Oliver Carter,
Manager Garner secured a dual meet with Fairmount on May 3rd.
On May 10th a quadrangular meet was held between Cooper, South-
western, Fairmount, and Friends. Our team also entered the state
meet at Emporia Normal on May 21.
Friends entertained as usual the Eighth district meet for high
schools on April 24th. The representatives to the state meet are chosen
at that time.
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Tennis startell off with a rush. All the courts in the vicinity of
the University were in use the majority of the time. At this early date
it is almost impossible to say what the prospects for teams are.
Of last yezxr's team Frank Thiers will not try out, on account of
heavy school work, and Stanley Taylor is teaching school. There are
several new men who give promise of developing' into good players.
Rita Resing and Fern Preston of last year's girls' team, are not
in school this year. thus leaving their positions to be filled. Some of
the new girls bid fair to run a close race for the cup. A tournament
Will prolialimly be played with Southwestern.
A five-pound box of candy has been offered to the winners in the
mixed doubles, providing sixteen couples are entered.. If this number
is not entered the amount of candy is reduced accordingly.
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'l'lliS iS llle eighth season liill' the hlC'll,S Glee Club. The club has
given several 1-oiicerts this season to large and well-pleased audiences
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the house was packed and the audience was very enthiisiastic tliruont
Alllllllvl' l:l'Elllll'l'. that ot' S2lt'l'l'fi concerts at the Sunday services
of some of the ll'2llllll!' t'illll'l'llPS ol" Wicliita, has added greatly to the
PODlllill'ltj' of the c-l11l1 i11 the city.
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Arles. the head of our lllllhiit' tlt?1l2ll.'flllGl'l'f', as director. His solo work
i11 the Ilbl'0QI'illll adcled to its variety and the success of the concert.
'l'l1ere is 2lll0tlll'l' lllilll who is nearly indispeusalmle to the Glee
Cluli, Mr. Noble t'ai11. He is l'2lI'lll,ll.X' ilPl'OllllllQf one of the most popu-
lar of the j'0llllg't"1' 11111sir-i1111s ol' Wieliita and the surrounding country.
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ill the cluh. Both made decided hits whenever they appeared on the
l51'l'llIl'2lll1. Mr. Roy F. Preston 1ll2l1l2'lQ'Gfl the club again this year.
The Saxaplioiw Quartet. CUl1SlSfl11g' of Glenn and Leon Dodson,
and dlt?l'll'l'l and Ellis Cliarles, was an additional feature of tl1e Glee
Club 's lbl'OQ1'tl1ll this season. Their selections were always well received
by the audience.
Mr. Paul Brees was our reader this year, He has much ability as
an lll'ft?1'P1'QtQl', as was s
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Personnel of Club
Second Tenor First BPISS
Roy F. Preston Edwin Price
Manager Glen Dodson
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There has been so much material this year that the Girls' Glee
Club has been niuch enlarged. It will be impossible, on account of the
expense, to take all on the annual tour, but in the concerts in town
every one will participate.
The inenibers of the club have worked steadily and the result is
a Glee Club of well-blended voices.
Personnel of Club
First Soprano Second Soprano First Alto
Beulah Hadley Helen Sweet
Berenice Pauline Thiers
Chenoweth Ruth Thiers
Ruth Winslow Margie Wilkinson
Alta 'Deering Marie Wilhoite
Helen Ogden Hazel Beeson
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dell innnediately got busy and worked up an interest in a baud for
Friends. Students, faculty and friends of the school 'ichipped in'
and pledged enough inoney to pay Mr. Carver for staying here to con-
duct the band. Many of the best musicians from over town were glad
of the chance to play in a band under the direetiou of Edgar C'arVe1',
so the baud grew 1'2lIllCll'V in numbers and was soon able to put on a
There have been several converts given this year. and they have
all proved successful. Mr. Carver. as direetor. and Prof. Truesdell,
as manager, inake a pair wliieh assure the sm-4-ess of the uutlertaking,
Personnel of Club
Horns John Ziininernian Carl Siever Ellis Charles
H, M. Christenson Basses Hefhefl Kels
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J U one Nel Magor Glenn Dodson Flute
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l':2lf'll year two sc-liolarsliips are given from Friends. One of
these awards is equivalent to one year at Haverford College and the
other rws th
11. e expenses of a student to the Kansas State Universitv.
ie llaverford svliolai-sliip goes to a nian and it has been customary
for the K. V. seliolarsliip to he awarded to a girl.
This year Frank H. 'l'Hiers was uhosen by the faculty as the one
most deserving' of the Haverford vonrse, and Miss Anna Jane Baker
received the grant of a years work at Kansas University.
These S!!l1Ol2l1'Slli1'JS are awarded on merit of grades and general
all-aronnd good scholarship. The competition for this honor is very
Close and it is very diffienlt to choose the inost deserving one.
Miss Bernice Payne is alternate for the K. U. seholarshi
is alternate for Haverford.
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The Student Council has been in operation hardly two years, but
it holds an important place in the school.
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and for the best interests of the liniversity.
Its power is necessarily lnnited, but with time it will certainly be
one of the leading factors in the government of Friends University.
The Council provides for the election of the Executive Committee
of the "University Life Staff." the officers of the Oratorical Associ-
ation, and of the Athletic Association, including the managers of
basketball, football, track and tennis.
The Student Council is composed of eleven members, chosen from
the various classes of the college and preparatory department which
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Y. W. C. A.
Eighteen years ago a group of sixteen F. U. girls, realizing what
the association had meant to countless numbers of girls throughout
other colleges, met and organized the Young WO1l1611,S Christian Asso-
ciation of Friends University. Since then it has been one of the most
potent factors of our school. Today we have a band of girls who are
youthful, capable, agreeable, and Winning.
The new Cabinet began its work in March, with Gail Layne as
President, Esther Grey as Vice President. Evalena Macy as Treasurer,
and lVin11ie Ralstin as Secretary.
The Religious Meetings Committee, with Marie Friend as chair-
man, plans the Weclnesclay morning programs. A few of the strong
leaders were: Miss Kelsey and Miss Halsey, Y. XV. Secretaries: Mrs.
Brodie and Rev. Wocilaiii. Mrs. Bunyan conducted a series of meet-
The Music Committee, with Francis llayden as chairman, has
charge of the devotional services and special music for each meeting.
The Social Service Committee, with Carrie Hays as chairman, is
always on the alert to lend a helping hand. This year its special work
is teaching in the Mexican School.
The Bible Committee, with Alta Hoff as chairman. plans the Bible
study for the year.
The Missionary Committee, with Ruth NVinslow as chairman, plans
the mission study.
The Association News Committee, with Hazel Horsley as chair-
man, keeps the Y. XV. in touch with other associations and announces
the special meetings by posters.
The Social Committee. with Marie Millhauht as chairman, plans
the social functions.
The Rest Room and Library Committee. with Grace Doze as chair-
man, keeps the rooms in order and makes them look more attractive
for the girls.
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X mainly by local speakers, tho several out-of-town men have spoken.-
Z At the opening of the second semester, Prof. R. A. Schwegler, of
H K. 1U., gave a series of talks on religious subjects. These meetings
were well attended and accomplished much good,
Rev. Homer Cox, a Friend evangelist from Oregon, gave several
During the Christmas holidays a gospel team spent a week con-
ducting meetings at Longton, Kansas.
This year the Y. M. sent three representatives to the state conven-
tion at Ottawa. These were: John Hammoinl, Bart Foster, and Esli
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
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vice P1 esiclent .... ..... D ELBERT MEANS
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New Siuflwllts ....... .... A DDISON BAIRD
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University Life '
The Life this year has been conducted on a very conservative and
sensible basis. Mr. John Michener, editor, has clone his work in his
characteristic, thorogoing' manner. He has made an untiring effort to
make his paper strictly up to date in every departinent, and has suc-
ceeded to a marked degree in keeping himself out of the many broils
in which a college editor is apt to entangrle himself,
Mr. Martin Huff, who does not like to have his name printed
with the "A" in it, is an ideal business manager. He goes at things
in a businesslike way and displays systematic enthusiasm in all of his
The other meinbers of the staff are: Nathaniel J. Buckliu. as-
sistant business inanager, who has great hope for his future successg
Adelbert Smith, who was given a place on the staff as local reporter
on account of his past recordg Miss Marie Millliaubt, who has made
'good as society editorg Paxil L-ightuer, sporting editor, who aspires
to some day be editor-in-chief: Parke XVoodard, the clever cartoonistg
'Oliver Carter, the easy-going reporterg Anna Baker, a lady of decided
literary and scholarly turn, and Ellen Styles, who is always on the
lookout for the amusing incidents.
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The Y. M. C. A. Gospel Team, consisting of John Zimmerman,
Roy Preston, Delbert Means, Edwin Price, Adelbert Smith and Prot.
W. J. Reagan, spent the second week of Christmas vacation at Long-
ton, Kansas, where Carl D. Davis, a graduate of Friends, is superin-
tendent of schools. The men of the team all went into the work with
the intention of doing as much good in that town of 600 population
as was in their power, and the result was more satisfactory than any
expected it to be. No spectacular methods were adopted, and there
was nothing more than plain talks by the boys and Prof. Reagan,
showing the people how they could make their lives count for more
in their home and other associations.
The Longton people were very hospitable and kind to the team
and seemed to appreciate fully the sacrifice that had been made by
the members of the team for the sake of doing a little good in their
little town. Prof. Reagan held meetings for mothers nearly every aft-
trnoon. Price, Zimmerman, and Preston held meetings for the high
school boys, and Means and Smith tried to make things interesting for
the smaller boys. ln the space of a. week 's time the Gospel Team had
started some things going' in Longton which had never been known
of before, and they are going yet.
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Der Deutsche Verein has become a well-established organization
of F. U., this being its third year. The members, who are thirty in
number, are encleavoring to become proficient in the use of the Ger-
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present officers are: Alice Riner, presideutg Lora Van Horn, vice-
presidentg Marie Friend, secretaryg Alta Deariiigz treasurer: Ruth
Vllinslow, choristerg Gail Layne, rcportcrg Lillie Brazill, criticg Frances
Hayden, sergeant-at-armsg Evalena Macy, parliameiitarian.
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The Davis Lyceuin is the oldest' society in the school, liaving' been
organized in the early days of F1-iencls Vniversity. It has for its aim
the practical developnient of the lltGl'l5l1'j' ability of its lllGllll,DC'I'S. In
a recent contest the l'11f3l'lllJ9l'SlllP was ilonbleil. li11tG1'9Slll1g' and in-
structive progranis are given every Tiiesdziy evening. New O'iiflCP1'S are
chosen at quarterly elecftions. The presidents for this year wen- Burt
Foster, Esli Stogsclill, Ernest Uairteix and Wilbiu' Hadley.
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The HQ" Fraternity is not a secret organization. Any nian is
eligible to the fraternity who has won his offieial "Q" in athletics.
It is composed of a Clean, manly hunch of athletes bantlecl together
for the purpose of creating athletic L'IltllllSl2lS1ll, pronioting elean ath-
letics and improving' athletic eonclitions in general.
During the evangelistic campaign of the Y. ll. V. A. the "Q"
men entertained in honor of Prof. Sehwegler of K. li. Ile saicl that it
was the cleanest hunch of fellows he had seen for some time.
The "Q" F1'2ltG1'1llt,V is perhaps the strongest stinlent organization
in the college. It had fnll Cll?l1'g2,'l" of the promotion and operation of
the football training' camp at 'Walnut tflrore. The sneeess of the camp
had its share in getting the state ellanipions into shape. After foot-
ball season was over the MQ" nien pnt on a play entitled "The Head
Coaehfl In April the Fraternity staged a. niinstrel show. The funds
went toward defraying' the expenses of the footlmll eainp in 1915.
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The Volunteer liand is made up of students who have signed the
student Volunteer Declaration card. which reads, "It is my purpose, if
God permit. to heroine a foreign missionary." Their motto is: "The
EVf1Y12elization of the NVorld in this Generation.'7
lt is the aim and purpose of the band to keep tl1is motto con-
stantly before the members and those about them, to help, to pray for,
and to inspire them in every way possibleg to win others to consider
the foreign field as a place for their life work. Each Week one meet-
ing is held during the noon hour. The members have charge and this
year have given reports of Kansas City International convention. We
have also received much inspiration and help from city workers, min-
isters and national secretaries. Members of our band who are now en-
gaged in active mission work on the field are: Fred and Alta Hoyt,
Kisumu, B. E., Africag Henry D. and Alma Welch Cox, Puertla Padre,
Cuba, John Stanley, home on furlough, Edith Longstreth Huddleston,
Caparri, Philippines, Lena Hadley, Puertla Padre, Cuba, Edna Hill
Chilsom, and Roxie Reeve, Kisumu, B. E., Africa.
The members of the band are engaged in work in the various
churches of the city trying! to promote missionary interests Wherever
The officers of the Band, 1914-15:
ERTRUDE MOTTER HADLEY
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The Gospel Band is an informal organization of students belong-
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work as a life work, such as ministerial. missionary, Christian En-
deavor, Y. M. C. A., or Y. XV. C. A. work. The purpose of the organ-
ization is to encourage and strengthen by mutual helpfulness all its
members and to retain in the 'West many of the Christian students who
have in the past too largely chosen the Eastern fields of service, leav-
ing' the West unsupported by them.
During the past year the most prominent part of the band has
been the Sunday morning meetings. These are held in the University
building' and are usually led by one of the members. lt has been the
testimony of many of those who have finished their work in the Um-
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Sunda morninv' meetings. No Friends student who intends to enter
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into Christian work can afford to neglect the benefits of the band.
In addition to this, the members often fill vacancies in pulpits, teach
ln mission schools, and at times hold special meetings. This year
some of the members have been teaching' in the Mexican school of the
city, While others have been helping in the work at the Orient Chapel.
Where two of the members, Perry and Gertriule Hadley. have been
acting as pastors for the past winter. It has been a custom of the
band to send out gospel teams during the OllI'lSflllilS vacation. but this
was not done this year.
Altogether there have been fifty-seven members who are noiv seat-
'Lered throughout the United States and into Cuba and Africa. The
officers for the past year were: Leader, Stanley Perry: Secretary,
Carrie Hays. In the absence of Stanley Perry, Homer Roberts was
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The Bibliezil Forum, wliicli was organized last year, is one of sev-
eral useful societies in Friends University. Its aini is to promote unity
of thought, purpose und progress in the Biblical, theological and eth-
ical instruction of the institution, and indirectly as far as its influence
is felt. Its ineetingrs are held ruontlily, at which present-day prac-
tical, vital Biblical and theological questions are discussed with genu-
ine interest and with profit to all, It is composed of seventeen ad-
vanced students and three professors of the Biblical School, which is
developing into El thoi-og-oing tlieological department of Friends Uni-
versity, and is clziiining' increased interest in the churches generally.
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membership is limited because the club always meets at the home of
The art and artists of the various countries are studied and dis
cussed, Mrs. Styles directing the study. Every member of the lltile
Dulci has a better appreciation of the artists and the pictures of the
World since taking the club Work. This year some Italian, German,
Spanish, Dutch, French, and American artists have been studied. The
club has decided to add a picture to the art collection in the corridor.
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eliminated and later two more, as it was decided to have five men do
the three debates. Michener, Price and Zimmerman Were on the team
to debate O. M. U. D.l:lCl'lQDG1' is captain of the team that goes to South-
western. and Price the captain of the team against Fairmount. In this
triangular debate two men teams will be used. The seven men given
places on the teams by the preliminary were Edwin Price, John Mich-
ener, Dale Critser, Paul Brees, Homer Roberts, John Zimmerman and
Roy Preston. The question for debate with O. M. U. Was, "Resolved,
That the U. S. Should Not Operate the Railroads and Mines in Alaska. "
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H. CLAUDIE HOLMES MRS. LAURA RALSTIN JESSE GIDLEY
President Secfefafy Treasurer
Ever since the class of 1901 received their Hsheep skins" from
Friends University this staid and sedate Quaker school has had a loyal
and faithful band of graduates. These graduates in the early history
of the University formed an organization known as the Alumni Asso-
citation. The purpose of the association was to bind the graduates
closer together, and to aid their "Alma Mater" in the best possible
All Friends University graduates are members of this organiza-
tion. Its members are successful in many walks and vocations of life.
From this group there are farmers, newspaper men, doctors, lawyers,
missionaries, preachers, and teachers.
The students are indeed thankful for the valuable aid and assist-
ance that they have received from this association. The alumni were
instrumental in reinstating football, and they are largely responsible
for our recent victories on the gridiron by their financial as well as
their moral support. May our alumni association grow and prosper.
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Alumni Roll 1914
Al'lI11HIl. APR Mile, Vlerk Wichita Water Company -,--,--------- Wicllita, Kaus
Brazil. Charles, Instructor, Coach ,----,.,----------- -.----- B eaver City, Oklal
Bacon, Mary Louise, I-imma ,,,,--,,---,-.-'---------- -.---- H utcllinsony Kans-
. Binglmm, William Frederick, Assistant Principal -,,--,,,--,--,- Newkirk, Oklar
L Baldwin, John Albert.. l're:u-her ,-,.,,,,.---,,-A---------- N01-th Branch, Kans-
' Brown. Jereniiah. l'riucipaL..- .,,,,,,- ,,,,,--,,-----------,,-- A ndgvey, Kaus,
Clark. Scott Thomas, industrial Department, Stella Acad--- .... Ingersoll, Okla.
Campbell. Helen Muriel. 'Teacher ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,- Mount Hope, Kang,
' Cox. Marion Sims, Prlncipzxb--. ....,,,.....,,,,,,..,,.,,-,--,--, Viola, Kang.
Carey. Gervas A., Instructor Iliblical Department ........
- --Friends University
lflavis, Carl Dewitt, Superintendent ....,...................... Longton,
Davis. James Albert, Time-keeper in Mine ................... Rugby, Co
Humfeld. Martha Marie, Teacher ............... - i............. Argonia,
Hill, Charles Warren, Principal ................................. Derby,
Howe, Mary, Teacher ............................................ Viola,
Harris, Innis Durette, Drew Seminary ................ ---New York City.
Hurd, Sylvia, Graduate Friends University ......-......- ....-.. W ifrhiia,
Jones, Ruth Mary, Teacher ...... ......... ........-..------- H 0 iSiHgt0I1,
Kershner, Hayden, Prohibition Work, Volunteer Army .......... Peabody,
Kershner, Howard. Sec. New England Prohibition Central Co1umittee---Bostou
Keagy, Howard Samuel, Principal .--- ----- -------- ---0311130 Prairie- Montana
Little, Louis, Farmer ......... ......-- --------- --------- -------- - -
Lyman, Oliver Wexidell, Teacher, C08Cl1 -------- ----- -------- - - Sterling,
Morris, Nora Ethel, Teacher .......- ----- ------- ------ ------- - - -
Majerkurth, Helen Conradine, Kansas UI1iV91'5itY ------- ----- L awrencef
Magee, Guy, Farmer .......--------- ----------------- ----- C U nningham'
Perry, Lillian Antoinette, Teacher ------------- ------------ C unningham'
Ramsdale, Mary, TG3Cl19I' ------------- ---------------' -""""-' L e On'
Siever, Eva, Student Miller B- College ------------- --"-"-""' W ichita'
Salisbury, LeRoy, Ball Pl2YGF----- ---- ----- ---- ---- '-"" - ' '
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llelmtiug luis lu-eu au :ietivity which has claimed considerable in-
terest in the lll'0P2ll'il'fO1'y school for the past two years. There has
been some iiiterestiuv schedules nrrziiivecl and ileiit of competition
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has been worked up for positions ou the teams. Last year the teams
were successful and made good with their clebates.
llrof. A. F. Styles, the debzitiiig coach for the prep department,
has worked faithfully and has developed his forensic orators into good
df'b21tGI'S, There has been eousiderfible trouble this year in keeping
the members of the team. Two members, Lois Campbell and Alme-da
Coppoek, were forced to witlidraw from seliool before the debates.
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When youlre all tired out,
And you feel inclined to pout,
Just think what you 're about,
When you 're worstecl in the fight,
And your prize is out of sight,
The best way to make it right
Is to smile.
When the Weatheins damp and cold
And those about you scolcl,
Troubles oft aside are rolled,
By ai smile.
When your neighbor has good luck,
While in the mire you ,re stuck,
Just make use of all your pluck, az
With him smile.
You will find it worth your while,
And 'twill cheer up many a mile
And will briggliten many a trial
If you smile.
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Y. M. and Y. W. Entertain
The first society evenf of the season was the opening' reception of
the Y. M. and Y. VV. The social CO1111l1itt9QS had planned that there
should be no forinality about the evening, and that everyone should
be given an ample opportunity to
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WA, lllwll SK'U'l'ill miles to the woods where the meats." con-
HN-IHS Ol Wlll'l1tfl'N. huns. .pn-kles, niarslnnallows and cider were the
NHHYI l"2llllV1'N ol the evening. Almost every Freshman in the college
llllllvll "Ill Plllll lH'l1H'4l to make it one ol' the jolliest affairs of the year.
.X class of enthusiastie people, anxious for a good time, started
toward the sand hill for n wienie roast on the evening of October 6.
lint llenvt-n's artillery made such a racket that the crowd became
l'l'l2'llll'lH'll and returned to the l'niversity and had their "eats" in the
Lab.. the plat-e ol' many joyous feeds. After everyone had used all
that lie eonld ol' bananas. apples, inarslnnallows. pickles, buns and
lVll'Ull'S. the elztss went over town and enjoyed a good moving picture
slioxv. '.l'he storm xvhieh had hlnffed them out of going to the sand
hills did not eateh tln-nt till they were going home after the show.
Some one left the kennel of the Bull Dogs open on October 7, and
the result was at hike to North Riverside. Among the chief amusements
of the evening was "4'nb wonderful display of his knowledge of
Get-inan. surprising even Miss Furnas.. Needless to say, Frosty dis-
tinguished hiinselt' in several unique stunts, part of which was attri-
buted to a disproportionate mixing of mustard and cider. YVith much
difficulty they managed to keep Prof. Truesdell in check, and beyond
Fat's being inistaken for a feather bed, nothing of much importance
happened. Later. amid growls of satisfaction they adjourned en
masse to the Holland to see Wlilhelm Tell.
"Q" Fraternity Entertain
The "Q" Fraternity was royally entertained on Monday evening,
October -. by its president. Frank Young. After the business ses-
sion the men enjoyed themselves by telling yarns and experiences. A
fine luncheon was served, after which college songs were sung. -Tllej'
adjourned to meet with Paul Mcflready on the first Monday evening in
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enjoyable evening spent than that when the Sophomore and lireshman
Classes gave their Halloween masquerade party, u This wasthe first
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The party was given in an oldvvacant house north of the U?1V6I'S1tY
and everything that was in keeping wlth Hallowe en was used or deco-
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rations and entertainment. The way was clearly shown to the house
by the light from the eyes of a large screech owl.
Our two friends, Oscar and Adolph, were represented. Many
witches,.farmers, Indians and 'tgirlsn were there in profusion. The
"Chamber of Horrors,'T situated in the basement, was the climax of
the evening. As one passed through the long, dark passages, ghostly
hands touched them and goblin voices came from all corners. The
skeleton with his ghastly smile stood in one corner. After leaving
this place, the shaking knees and chattering teeth did not stay with
the guests long. A greater surprise was in store for them upstairs. A
very appropriate lunch consisting of hot tamales. sandwiches. pump-
kin pie, marshmallows, apples and cider was served. Small skeletons
and pumpkin faces were given as favors.
North Hall Entertains South Hall
The North Hall boys entertained the South Hall girls at a wienie
roast Friday evening, November 20th. All the boys wore overalls and
the girls wore aprons. They left South Hall in couples at five o'cloek
and Went to the woods on the river north of the Ilniversity. After the
refreshments usually served at weinie roasts. toasts were given by
Ava Hood, Frank Fee and Howard Coppoek. After singing and yell-
ing until after nine o'cloek the crowd dispersed. everyone pronounc-
ing it as an "all around good time."
Senior Taffy Pull
The Black Cats, like other members of their tribe. are hard tn
keep in at night. They assembled by twos and threes Thursday even-
ing, November 5. at their trysting plaee at G27 South Blartinsou. with
the "Rabbit" family. The eats spent the fore part of the evening in
trying their volcal chords. Later a mouse hunt in the shape of pea-
nuts occurred. They then played at chasing one another in the moon-
light. After Washing their paws they pulled taffy and ate apples. At a
late hour they scampered home, purring contentedly and saying that
the "Rabbits" were an excellent family.
Surprise Party at Beeson's
Thursday evening was the time of a surprise party in honor of
Hazel Beeson. She was celebrating her twentieth birthday. A taffy
pull was the main event of the evening. Those present were: Marie
Wilhoite, Gail Layne, Lura Critser, Hazel Hare. Marie Friend, Claire
Cromwell, Hazel Beeson, Carrie Hays. BWV. Truesdell. Paul Breese,
Paul lVlcCready, Pearl Ricord, Neville Carper, Elwood Beeson. Frank
Young, W. A. Young, and R. L. Markley.
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l'rol't-ssor Styles' honu- was the place of a very enjoyable party
on Novelnlwr QT. lt was llllQl'lllVlK'tl to be in lim-,mi of 'MESS Fufnasf
hrotlu-r. Who. unl'orl1u1ately, could not be present. A drawing of
each otlu-r's sluulows was attempted with vc-rv amusing results. Ana-
grain was a ve-ry lively gnnie and kept many iruessing. To remind the
guests ol' srllool, llu- boys had to work out aritlunctic problems and
flllll llll' Qirl with the answer, Rel'ri-slum-nts of ice cream and cake
Foot Ball Celebration
Miss l.ur:1 l'l'ilsi-it eulerluiiu-cl several of her friends at a six
ol-lm-lc tliuru-r on Tliursilany. Novi-iuher Qlith, for the purpose of cele-
llfillllli ilu- foollrall Qilllllk l'iulc and white roses formed the center
pn-ve for the lable. .Xl't1-1' a l'lll'l't' course dinner the girls were enter-
tained at an lim- party at the Star tlu'atre by Dale Critser. Following
the delightful 1-uit-rluiuuu-nt. Ilan-ry hV2llQUl'llll1ll aided lllr. Uritser in
taking carl- ot' so many girls hy taking them riding for several hours.
The evening was 1-lull-rl with a slumber party at the Critser home. The
Quests were lli-len Sweet, Marie Wilhoite, Mary Lowry, Claire Crom-
well. Alta XV2llt'l'lllilll. Holsla llotler. llazel Beeson and liura Critser.
Slumber CJD Party
Ont- of the ,iollin-st parties of the year among the girls was the
slumber party at the ll0lll0 of Hazel Hare on December 2. The first
part of the evening can he described as a hjolly good time." Candy
was made at different intervals during the night. About twelve
o'clocl: several very interesting' flash-light pictures were taken. Claire
Croinwell and Hazel Hare acted as guards and saw that no one slept
upstairs or downstairs during the night. At 4:30 there was a general
movement towards getting ready for an eig-ht o'elock class. By 6:30
breakfast was over and the group anxiously waited for daylight to
come. The girls who attended were easily recognized in their CIHSSGS
the next dar hy their sleepy looks and changed costumes. They were
Golda Dodge, Marie NVilhoite. Alta VVaterman, Agnes Ramsdale, Helen
Sweet, Gail Layne, Hazel Hare, Mary Lowry, Iza Greeson, Frances
Hayden, Mildred Graham, Lura Critser, Marie Millhaubt, Alta Hoff,
Marie Friend, Lillie Brazil, Claire Cromwell, and Hazel Beeson.
Foot Ball Banquet
, The annual football banquet was held on VVBf111GSda5' evemngf De'
cember 9 at the Kansas Club. It was a glorious climax to thelmost sue'
eessful football season that Friends University has ever realized in all
of its history. Our champions were the honored guests. The grand
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banquet hall and a center piece of scarlet flowers decorated the table.
Scarlet carnations were given as favors. A delicious three-course
menu was served, after which, with Wallace C. Kemp acting as toast-
master, the following toasts were responded to:
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As Others See Us ...................... MR. W. L. SIMMS
State Champions ............... CAPT. GEORGE GROVE "Q
What the Alumni Have Done - ........ DR. W. C. LOOMIS
Our Heroes ................ .. ..... MISS LURA CRITSER
Bringing Up the Team ............... COACH BANBURY
coming Back ................ ATTORNEY CARL DAVIS
Our Prospects .......... ---Capt-elect, PAUL MCCREADY
Q Fraternity at Elem s
On Monday evening, December 7, Mr. George Grove entertained
the members of the HQ" Fraternity and their lady friends at the home
of Miss Carrie Elem, 331 Rutan avenue. During the regular business
session ot the fraternity the ladies were entertained by music and sing-
ing. -Following this the guests enjoyed games of progressive hearts.
A dainty luncheon was served. Those present were: Misses Xhlinslow,
Gould, Waterman, Greeson, Davis, Hoff, Rounsavell, Israel, Lowry,
Raine, gVilso1i,1l3eezcin and Rush. Messrs Neal Rieord Simmons. Young,
s er, togsci , nteaker, Foster. Mc-Ewen Ziminerman Preston
Bruce lllcCready, and Folger. y F F
Party for Foot Ball Boys
' The beautiful new home of Miss Frances Bunn 301 Fircle Driv
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vias tie scene oi much gaicty when certain F. U. girls entertained the
boys of the state championship football team. The event Q91-taiulf
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one. get a ls were placed ni masses of snnlax formed the center
pieces. t mall leather footballs were given as favors. The three-course
menu consisted of:
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Creamed Chicken Hot Biscuits
Ice Cream Cake
G1 . The hostesses. Misses Hazel Hare, Frances Bump, lza Greeson.
r.3'1IE1Cr0mW?11, 1f'1fH11CGS H2U'.ClC11, Golda Dodge. Alta XVZITGPIHFIII. Car-
hle bt em, Lina Crister. Marie XVIHIOIYG, Marie Friend, Bfgrig Mm.
Yfxmg, iS1gmAQJU1f3S.VRanisclz1le' had as guests: Coach Markley, Frank
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neger, Waltell Dlckersouf Rey PQRFSOII, i'Bahe" Grove Vernon Sim
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Miss Rilvllillfl Vicki-1'i11g was the hoiiorccl guest at E1 spread given
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their llllll.'l1l'S with lll'l' for the past two years. Those present were
Hacluiel l,1t.'lil'l'1llg'. 11e1'.11ive Payne, Ruth Payiie, Mary Harms, Mary
Wilson, Ava I1oo11, Iva l'ickc1'i11g', Mae 1'11i11ipso1i, Ellen Styles, Sibyl
Knight, Ali:-1' Hi111'1', l':X'2llt'l1il Macy, 12t11y111 Lindley, Edna Young, Au-
drey Il11lS11ilNY, klllll 311111111 t'z11'1'ick.
Honoring Miss McCracken
O11 Ji1llll2lI'V 23. Bliss 131-1'tl111 3lCC1'2lCliC11 was the honor guest at-
:1 party given by the South Hall girls. Miss McCracken left at the end
of the first SQI11CS1'Gl' to finish her work at the Normal School at Ern-
poria. .-Xhout twenty girls were asked as guests.
On January 27 a jolly bunch of girls entertained at the home of
Helen McLean. 313 North Seneca. The guests were Helen Ogden, M1-
riain Rush, Frances Bump, Marjie VVilkinson, Lura Critser, Helen
Lean, Preston Macy. Prof. Young, Delrner Parr, John Burley, Mr.
Markley, and Perry Wliitealier.
"QU Fraternity Entertained
John Ziinrnerinan entertained in honor of Prof. R. A..SChW8gl61i
on February 4. After a three-course dinner served by Misses HHZG
and Ruth Winsloixf, Prof. Schwegler talked to the
Hare. Gail Layne,
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Members of the H. G. L. Club entertained their friends with a
three-course dinner on February 4 at the home of Miss Frances Bump,
on Circle Drive: Tlieoecasion was the eighteenth birthday of Miss
Bump. About fifteen guests were asked to spend the evening.
The Juniors and Seniors had their first joint banquet on Tuesday
night, February 23,at the Kansas Club. The tables were decorated
Withrbunehes of deep red carnations. Small, red hatchets were used
as place cards. The delicious menu consisted of:
Chilled Fruit' Scalloped Chicken
Potatoes Creamed Peas
Celery French Peas
V Cake Coffee
With John Zimnierinau acting as toastinaster the following' toasts
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Surveying ...,,,... ..... 5 9 ........ CAROLYN GARDNER
H1 cannot Te-ii 3. Lie'-' ------ ------------ FRANK YOUNG
"I Did It Vfitli My Little- Hatchet" ....---. ELLEN STYLES
Crossing the Delaware ---J .---- ---DELBERT MEANS
Washington Crisps ...---- ..-. A DEI-BERT SMITH
The Family Cherry Tree--- .--- B, W. TRUESDELL
Washington and Us ..--.. ---- 1 IARIE FRIEND
Miss Gail Layne was given il very pleasant surprise on March 16.
at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. NV. Price. 1401 South Topeka. Music
and games furnished the G11l261"fE-llIllll0l1l' for the evening. Deep pink
Carnations formed the center piece in the dining room where a deli-
cious two-course luncheon was served. Those present were Misses
Sibyl Kemp, of Chicagog Hazel Beeson, liniira Crifser, Carolyn Gard,
ner, Marie Friend, Hazel Hare, Marie Millhaubt, Noble Cain, Paul Me-
Qfeady, Harold McEwen, Bart Foster, Mr. Young, Frank Young, J un-
ior Lindsay, Roy Preston, and Mr. and Mrs. Price.
A jolly bunch spent the evening of March 21 at the home of Miss
Hazel Beeson in the country. Candy making was the chief amusement
of the eyening. 'Those present were Misses Sibyl Kemp, of Chicago,
Tiuffl Cfltsefi Gilll Layne, Hazel Beeson, Dale Critser, Elwood Beeson,
05' Preston, Paul McCready.
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The Quaker Primer
"Oh, TC'HCll1?1', who is this?" UTl1is, children, is J. W. Esli Stogs-
dellf' "XYl1at is he doing with tl1atl1a11d mirror Z" "He is trying to
see if his shoes need 1JOllSlllllg.ll
" Who is that Beau R1'Ul1'llTlGll over there?" 'LTl1at, dears, is Pro-
fessor i7O'l'l1l0'.7l "Has he a wife?" "No, not yetf' "Does he W1S11
to wed? "No, my flllllCl1'Cll ,not as long as Friends has a Preparatory
"Oh, Teacher ,Who is that swell blonde?" '.'That is Myrtle
Maulef, "Is she a heart SlIl21SllG1'?H "Her conversation so implies.
"What is that dreadful noise, Teacher?" "That is Shorty Garner
rolling an ice cream freezer down the stairsf, "Will President Stan-
ley like the j
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"See the cross old Woman. That is a landlady." "What is that
on the ground?" "That is 'Freshyl Fellows." "VI-Tow. did he get
there?" 4 "The cross landlady threw him out.'l 'lWhY Qld Sh? tlffflw
him out?,' "Because it was after seven o'elock. Poor Freshie
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girls' glee club." '4Does one girl sing bass il" "No, Dears, that is
just Claire Cromwell helping' Professor Adesf'
"Oh, Teacher, We think we hear a swarm of bees." "No, Chil-
dren, that is only Bernice Payne preparing her tomorroW's lessons."
"Does Hairbreadth Harry go to Friends?l' UNO, Ch
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is Roy Preston." "Is there anything he cannot do?
think so. "
Chances We've Missed
The chances we have let go by
In times of listlessness,
Woiilcl answer well the question, Why
We'w'e missed much happiness.
A chance to say a kindly word,
To drop a cheerful smile,
Has passed us fleetly as a bird,
And we looked on the while.
A kindly act might lift a soul
From vileness deep and blackg
A tender hand might gain control
And bring the wanderer back.
Vfithin our reach weive had success,
N ew Worlds within our power:
But We've dozed on in sluggishness
Until another honr.
But do not think that such mistakes
Should blight your future life,
For, if you're wise, each error makes
You keeiier for the strife.
They say that opportunity
Knocks once at each man 's doorg
But if you watch her close you'l1 see
That she calls o'er and o'er.
So don't get blue and curse your luck,
Just double up your fist
And show that you've not lost your pluck
By chances you have missed.
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Qld A Freslnnan lad of unpretentious niien,
5: ' Of rural lnrth, and consequently green,
ig Acquired somehow. just how we do not know
3 A ten ease note, and planned to stage a "shdw."
Alone he visited a swell cafe
And sampled everything they had that day.
Vwlhen he at length was filled and started hence
I-le got, in
change, two hones and twenty cents,
Q Now. such a feed as this, l need not say,
f as To Quaker Freshineu comes not eva-ry day.
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His sluinher must have heen profound and deep,
For later on this Fl'lJSlllllill'l told to me
A wondrous tale. as you will all agree.
't'l'he first thing that I dreamed." he said, "was th
at the faculty
YVith due deliberation had announced as their decree
That to go as a graduate for Friends there was no chance
Until the faculty was sure that you knew how to dance."
"The dream went on," the Freshman said, 'tl thought I saw a sign
That said that all the students must convene at half past nine
' Three times a week in Russell hall to learn each song and yell
That cheers our hrave athletic teams and makes them play so Well.
'iAnd then I thought Thanksgiving came. Our football team Went out
To meet our ancient enemies, and put them clear to rout.
At the evening celebration we were terribly dismayed
Wlieii Doc Pearson and Prof. Stanley led the students in parade.
"Each student was so happy there. There wasn't
Who raised the least objection if we had a little fun.
The tower was always open. and the chapel every
Was opened up at half past twelve to let us in to play.
Then one forenoon in chapel Prof. Cosand got up to lead, '
And in the course of his remarks he said, "There aint no need
Of rabid suffragetties to about injustice scream.
I heard the split infinitive-I knew it was a dreamf'
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t'Gee, I'm plumb done out. Here I've been parlor maid at Dr.
Pearsonis fur the last fifteen years, an' we never had such doin 's be-
fore. It's been goin, on all week, an' this afternoon was the limit.
An' now Ilve got to go back an, do up all the dishes an, sweep and
pick up the threads an, lint off the parlor carpet, an' nie jist dyin'
to see the movie show tonight."
t'Say, it does seem queer, don 't it? President Stanley has been
goin' on like a sixteen-year-old girl lately, an' he was plumb batty
before he started over there this afternoon. Powderin' his nose and
eurlin' his moustache an' blackenin' his eyebrows, an' the Missus had
to pretty nigh quarrel with him to keep him from takin' blue and yel-
low yarn to knit socks with."
"They sure did turn out a variety o' colors. Slip over the back
way direckly ani you can see 'em. The Doctor au' Missus Pearson are
givin' a little box party at the Princess tonight. so they ain't nobody
to home. President Stanley brought green. you know, for the Irish
soldiers to wear, an' Coach Markley had red that just matched his
hair. Isn't he a dear?"
"Yes, but was Professor Truesdell there? Did he wear that pair
of accordion-plaited trousers he had on at our card party last week?
I just dote on him."
"No, he had violet ones, embroidered in pansies. I do claim he
knows how to wear nifty clothes."
"Oh, did you get to be in the room any? Did you hear lots of
'tNo, they wouldn't let me be in there only when I carried in the
refreshments. The Missus sure dolled me up with a apron about like
a baby's bib and a. cap that wouldn't cover a teacup. An' then Prof
Reagon was talkin' so much about the HRig-hts of Man," or somethin'
that nobody got a chance to talk about anybody. It all sounded like
nonsense to me, somethin' about the women havin' had their way too
long or long enuff' an' men ought to rise 'up an' show their strength
again. I reckon it was awful grand and deep."
"Was they all there, the teachers?"
"No, Prof. Cosaud and Prof. Jones wouldn't come. They said
they had so much work to do they hadn't no time for social frivolities.
Dr. Pearson felt kind of hurt an' said maybe sometimes they 'd come
to see tha.t work ain't everything to life."
"Don't Prof. Trueblood and Prof. Styles
like twins ? I wonder what ever put that into
come up in their electric together."
look funny dressed just
their heads. I saw them
"Oh, you know they are such ehums, an' some say they get their
clothes cheaper by buyin' two orders at once."
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ni' on the corner oli Alam and Douglas for one of the Prep girls to take
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hun home. lusuh nt bwlaiilq clnl spt-all SO,-1, of Sharp to MI.. Mm.k1f,y
about one of the toothall boys soilm' his suit in the Fairmount 0-time
It .INST lvillivcl out the other clay. 'l'lu-re wasn't nuthin' else of any con-
sequence, 'l i
"live ain't you glzul lhey've taken up tea parties an' soniethin'
worth while E"'
.X popular lad is -lohn Burley:
llis hair is not what you call curly.
XVlieu he asks for a date
ii - lle tloesn't stay late,
For he has to get up awful early.
'l'he1'e is a young athlete named Fletcher,
Some clay he '11 go home on a stretcher,
For he 's ti,-yiiig like sin
A young lady to win:
But we fear that he never will ketcher.
A sweet little miss is Gail Layne,
Indifference she tries to fayneg
But she ne 'er has to wait
For a partner or date,
And they all want to go back agayne.
There was a young duffer named Huff,
Wlio wanted to be the town tuffg
But his dad took a. hand,
And in Friends he did land,
And now he is quiet enuff.
One day boasted Harold McCi1ne,
He really could warble a tuneg
So we all Went to hear,
Brut I very much fear
That we worft go again very sune.
Paul Lightner, whose first nanue is Pete,
Wears his head very close to his feet.
Wlien the rooters should yell, I
He leads them so Well
That the Quaker teams most always beat.
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is for Alice, who runs the book store,
And also Adelbert, who never gets sor
is for Booth-he likes to cnt bugs-
And also Brazill-she cleans our rugs.
is for Charles, noted mostly for sizeg
is for Dixie, who rocks Keith when he cries.
is for Ethel, Etta and Ethelineg
is a Friend for whom all of us pine.
stands for Garner, the picture mang
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is for Johns, of whom we have three-
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is for Preston, who likes shady lanesg
is for Ralstin, who with German takes pains.
is for Ricord, expert at the batg
is for Stogsdill, otherwise Fatg
is for Taylor-the eat's got his tongue.
I guess this is all, everybody's been stung.
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The Literary Editors are indebted to Misses Fannie, Marguerite
and Marie Millhaubt for lending the aid of their talent in compiling
this department. We are very fortunate in having friends who are
Willing to lend their assistance at any time.
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-Registration day is here,
-I have a conflict too, I fear.
-Y, Al. watermelon feed.
Chiefly characterized by "greed"
-Girls like walermelons, too
Guess they ate a "goodly few."
-l-'oolhall practice night and day:
Fat says he'll get thin this way.
--Big reception held tonight:
Y. M., Y. XV., do it right.
-Martin Huff looks rather blue,
First number of life out, too.
-Sophs get funny with some post-
Prexy sure hands them some
-Enrollment reaches 285,
Davis Lyceum again alive
-Preston kills a mouse in library,
CBet the rest will sure be wary.l
-Class scraps are today pulled off,
Freshmen get the best of Soph.
-Say, we've got. some football team,
Salina, 0: Friends, 19.
-Black Cats all go on a hike.
-Band projectsg Truesdell excite.
7-Staff for Talisman now chosen,
In others affairs they'l1 soon be
8-This year no more banquets for-
Verdict is, "Their cost abnormal."
-Retaliation, O, sweet revenge!
Down to defeat, old F. U. sends
SouthWestern's pride, O theme
fWhat could I have written if
-And now the Owlets take a hike,
-B. W. says the band's all right.
Der Deutsche Verein versammelt
-Noble's pep song is O. K.
-Boys entertain girls in the gymg
Goblins, witches, death's heads
N ovembe r
-Reports of smallpox on the hill.
7-Reports are getting louder still.
10-Curses, wrath and dire dismay!
School is closed two weeks, they
11-These are days of vaccination.
Health board, tryouts and tribu-
-School again. Goodbye vacation.
--If no one's whittled on your arm,
Go home and stay there. Much
16-Scare is almost over now,
North Hall bunch still make a
-Crowd Went to Sterling with the
We won, of course, we had the
Of hope they hadn't a. single
24-Seniors appearing in caps and
Catch sight of Juniors. O, what
25-A breathless time of expectation.
26-Of hope and prayer and specula-
27-Plus a grand display of determ-
And we licked the Fairmount ag-
O, joy unspeakable, and pure de-
And "Fairmount wept some tears
While the moon came up and the
stars went downg"
Our Friends paraded over town.
A first class concert by the band.
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Concentration increases production, The3'1'9.C1PlSSy, sure as you re
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sell at rock bottom prices 15-Boys hold their debate tryout,
They've some good material there
GI I I 18-Winners-girls' debate tryout,
I "Skinny," 'iShorty," Pudge" and
For All Occasions f-stout."
20-Inspecting committee from K. U.
Majestically hove into view.
tWe made them talk in chapel,
BTO S 21-Won game from Cooperg say,
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All the boys are strong for him.
9-Mrs. Runyan holds girls' meet-
10-Grade ci-ards give us gladso1neC?J
18-Sophs elect for Talisman.
19-Suzzalo is quite a learned man.
-0-Jun ior-Senior banquet held,
Never will it be excelled.
24-Y. W. cabinet election.
A good one, too, without ex-
1-Scholarships given-quite wisely,
Frank Thiers to Haverford, Jane
Baker K. U.
-I-Chapel speeches given by basket
"Blessed snow we're having," and
"Last night I had a dream."
Hurrah! XYe won from Fair-
Just like I told you, we would do.
this time they skinned our bunch
'xou know I prophesied that too.
"Babe" and "Carrie" married.
Well, I do declare,
Cupid made one touch-down and
scored on our friend there.
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Milton t'Wil1 be done.
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Boys work hard and sit up late.
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ABRIDGED FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
Bean-Noun: synonym, head, block,
Ex. Let that soak into your bean
awhile. -FRANK YOUNG.
Beat it-Verb, used in addressing
soft things liable to run. Synonym,
Ex. Beat it, kid, let me study.
Bone-Noung synonyms, blunder,
break: also verb.
Ex. "Of all sad words of tongue or
pen, the saddest are these, 'I've boned
again."' -N. J. BUCKLIN.
Bluff-Verb, see stall.
Bug House-See North Hall.
Cut it out-Verb, to cease, desist,
syn.. cheese it. "Cut out this non-
sense, peoplef' -B. VV. T.
Dad gum it-Interjection meaning
unknown to editors. See Ellen Styles
for explanation and synonyms.
Date-Noun, a popular fruit which
leaves a sweet taste in the mouth.
Dope-A miscellaneous conglomera-
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cover mental vuetia. Syn., quiz, test.
used at I". lf.
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Haha, she cried!-Ahhreviation for
famous quotation from Slialiespeare.
"I-laha she cried and suddenly sho
waved aloft her wooden leg." See
Alice Riner for origin.
Hot Air-Noun: syn., nothing, stall.
A convenient article to have on hand.
tHint to freshmen: Never so to Bihle
class without at supply. Get Paul
Lemon-Noun: syn., package, other
arrangements. An unpleasant. fruit.
sometimes bestowed in place of a
date: also anything: sour.
"Have you any more lemons in your
pocket this morning, Mr. Reagan?"
Pill-Noun: synonymous to lemon,
but also applied to persons.
"XVho was that old pill who lectured
us this morning?"
Math-Noun: a method of torture
thought to have been invented by
either the Devil or Professor Styles.
Other arrangements-See lemon.
Rough house-See rest room.
Spiel-Verb, to emit hot air. See
Franky McMahan for details of the
Stung-State of having received a
Stall-Verb, to seem to be wise. If
you Want to learn how, watch the
owls. "I can't even stall at this one."
A. W. S.
Sport-Noun, syn. ROY GARNER.
Swell-Adjective, syn., keen, great-
Slicker-Adjective, used to describe
something especially good. Syn.,
Ex. That goal was a slicker alright.
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Slipper--Verbg to shake hands.
Syn., put'er there, shake.
Slip one over-Verb, to pull the
wool over some one's eyes.
I sure slipped one over Prof. Styles
today. -FAT STOGSDILL.
Tell the World-Verb, rest assured.
"Go tell the world in seven differ-
ent languages in consecutive succes-
RUMORS ABOUT WHAT SOME OF
OUR PROFESSORS WILL BE
DOING NEXT YEAR
We are pleased to announce that
Prof. W. J. Reagan of Friends Uni-
veristy, will become a candidate for
Billy .lim Reagan, the College Senior
chief of police of Wichita. Prof. Rea-
gan has many friends in Wichita and
at the university who consider him
fully equal to Wm. J. Burns, Pinker-
ton, Sherlock Holmes or any of the
other famous detectives. Prof. Rea-
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dramatic ttl'l and has long been con- -U
templating a public career. Prof.
Styles will speak this summer in the
Kingman County Chautauqua circuit,
giving his famous reading, Sohrab and ,---
Rustrum. He has a wonderful dramatic
voice and an appealing delivery,
which, added to his vast knowledge of THEN T0 EAT
the heavenly spheres, should make ff Kaferita Pancakesu
him the most popular lecturer who -
has ever appeared in Norwich. Prof. CSClf'RiSiHg5
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should he prove the success that the
Bureau thinks he assuredly will, he
will be given a leading part in a ' C
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Friends students will have another
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by several major league teams. The
offer of the Chicago Federal was so
flattering that Dr. Pearson has agreed
to the terms and will report at once
Where he will be used at short on ac-
count of his great speed and skill. As
the season lasts well into the fall, Dr.
Pearson felt that he could not return
to Friends next year and will spend
his Winter months selling billiard sup-
His many friends at the University
plies for the Brunswicke-Balk people.
wish him great success in his new
The greatest shock that has come
to the students and alumni of F. U.
is the constant and persistent rumor
that the President is thinking of re-
tiring after a fifteen years' service as
president of our institution. Ever
since the European war broke out
President Stanley has been using all
of his influence to have the U. S. take
an active part in this great war. He
explains his position by saying that
the honor of our country is at stake
and that the long peace has been
breeding a spirit of idleness and luxu-
ry in our beloved America. As his
duties at the University take up most
of his time he will probably resign
and start a company of Boy Scouts
in this city. President Stanley hopes
to have all the youth of Wichita en-
rolled in this company, which will
prepare them for actual service in the
war. Professors Carey and Emerson,
Revs. Choate and Calvin Knight will
have charge of the various divisions
of the company which Will begin Work
without further delay.
Coach Markley has been unanimous-
ly chosen to succeed Mr. Stanley as
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for a five-year furlough. His petition
was fszranted, but not before tt long
and heated discussion had taken place.
Prof. Jones has been our most loyal
and faithful professor and it was hard
to give him up, even for so short a
period of time, but since the need was
imperative to him, it had to be. For
some time Mr. .Tones has been en-
gaged in bee culture, as a side-issue,
and, with Greek and Latin, he had his
hands full. His family of bees has
multiplied so very rapidly during the
winter that he finds all his time nec-
essary to properly care for them. Just
recently he missed three ol' them from
the swarm and his chief labor, at
present, is to find and bring back the
lost ones to the fold. The students
and professors of Friends University
sincerely wish Prof. Jones the best
of success with his "buzzers."
LETTERS OF A FOOTBALL SCRUB
tApologies to Ring W. Lardner.l
Haviland, Kaus., Aug. 24.
Dear Friend Jake: Vliell, summer
is almost up Q vakation time will
soon be over but 1 have not quiet de-
cided where I'll go to school next
year. I have been wating all summer
for some of those schools like Har-
ward or Yail to write me as they is al-
ways looking for star atheleetes and
must have herd of me perty often
after the rekord I've been making
here in high school. Lem Purdy has
a cousin what knows a guy who went
to school back east somewhare and
he says they always gives the star
atheleetes everything they want and
they don't have to pay a thing- I
sure would like to go back thare but
they will have too make me some
good offers 8: I will Wate and give all
them big coliges a chance so that it
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In sliding down the bannister of life
may you never strike a splinter.
Let an " EQUITABLE LIFE
POLICY" smooth the way.
It brings a wealth of sunshine,
health and happiness-sends dull
care scurrying to the tall sycamores
and prevents Fag, Fret and Frown.
STEWART M. YOUNG
Suite 406 Schweiter Building
Equitable Life of N.Y. Tel. M.4868
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Our best "ads" are never written
They are always Worn
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Phone Market 1796
Patrons I please and pleasures Ob-
Removing foot troubles---easing all
Over the city and country around,
Farreaching and famous my name
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All Pedal worries lcarefully treat,
Scientific removal of ills of the feet.
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will be perfectly fair. I think maybe
I would rather go to Harward as they
have some pretty girls thare but if
Yail or Princtown offers me more I'll
have to go there. I will Write you
soon Jake and let you know for shure
where i'm goin' as of course you wont
get the chanct I will which is the ad-
vantage of hein a good atheleete.
Give me love to your sister. Your
Dear Jake: Well, I guest I Wont go
hack east to school afterall and they
is several reasons. The day after I
rote you a fellow named young Who is
a prof at friends University at Wich-
ita and another guy named Mack
Krady came out to see me to get me
to go there too school. I think they
had lots of nerve to ask me to come
there after my rekord but I talked
with them a while 8: then talked it
over with dad. So I guest I will go to
friends to school this fall cause Dad
wants me to be closter home Sc just
as that Mack guy sez I kin make a
reputashon in Vifichita at onct while if
I go back east I have too Wate a year
as they don't allow Freshmen to play
there as they call 'en1. So I am goin
to start too Wichita next Week and I
Sell to lhe individual Direct
119 South Lawrence Ave.
Ponca Tent 85 Awning
800 West Douglas Avenue
Phone Market 2120
will rite you from thare.
Dear Jake: I arrived all write and
up some of the friends peple
told ine to go to Walnut Grove
Ellis Bicycle Co.
123 N. Lawrence
Bicycles, Pope Motorcycles
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whare the football camp Was. So I
got on the interurbin 8 rode out
thare and found it all rite. They had
a funny bunch out thare and the guys
had funny things writen all over the
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were four other guys all ready in it
and we didn't have much room. I sez
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cauze I'm :i star atheleetc and that
"VS'ooden" guy sez, so am I hut I have
to sleep on the table. I will write
more in a couple days as I am very
hussy just now. Your old Friend
Wichita, Sept 10.
Dear Jake: l thot when I came
out to this camp that it wuz some
kind of pleasure resort hut it is lIl0l'9
like a rock pile.
The morning after
I came a red-headded guy came along
lg sez Are you a football player. I
had a noshun to tell him, no I wuz a
preacher but I ge-ss he didn't know
who I wuz. so I said yes. I wuz. He
gave me a suit AE told me to be out
to practuse that afternoon. The red
headed coach whose name wuz Mark-
ley fe another coach who was a little-
ish sort of a guy wuz thrown' the
Redfern Cloak Co.
it they had to fall on it.
When it came my turned I fell on it
hard. I got up and the coach they
call Doc sez what's the matter have
you got some eggs in your pocket.
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do nothing but fall on that durn ball
and run around all afternoon and I
Shure wuz sore that night. I dont
call that football and I Wish they
Wood play so I coold show them some-
thing. I went to sleep that night after
some time but a bell ringin Woke me
up. I looked out and a hole bunch
was standin round a tree lookin up
Where the bell wuz ringin from. They
sez a cow must be up thare as it wuz
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a cow bell. Some of these city guys
don't know much cuz a cow couldn't
climb no tree. I think that guy
named Simmons was up thare as I
herd him and another guy named Pete
talk about it afterwards.
This morning I wuz layin in my
tent readin and I herd a loud noise
out back of the tent. I went out there
and this guy Simmons had took all
the close off of four other fellows 8:
he looked like a scarecrow all decked
out. The other fellows didn't have
any thing but a towell 81 they had to
sneek back to camp in the grass Sc
they is other campers out thare. If I
had so many close I woodn't be so
durned stingey but some people is
mighty strange. Well, Jake, I must
Wichita Sept 14.
Dear Jake: I will try to rite you a
few lines but can't rite much as I am
very busy. I went up thare to the
university yesterday. They give me a
blank and sez to make out my studies.
I looked over the list and seleckted
psychology, astronomy, ethiks, soci-
ology and Zoology. A guy what
looked at my list sez what are you a
first prep or a senyor and I sez I am
a Freshman and he sez well you must
be pretty wise to take all them sub-
jekts and besides half of them comes
in the second semester. I told him I
didn't care as I would just as soon
go after recess as before and he went
off laffing about something. They
have got the funniest bunch up hear
as they always laft about nothing as
I kin see. YVell, I saw a prof and he
looked over my list and told me I had
better take some easier subjeckts at
first as the other students wood get
jellus of my knowing more than them
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I nutde out lllj' list all rite and wt'-nt,
too lllj' classes. Yestertlay ?ll'lPl'Il00II
I put on llly lootlvall 4-lose and went
out to the lit-lil us they is now prac-
tising to good. "I7oc"' sez what posi-
sl111:1 tio you play :tml I sez mostly
half hurk illlll lw sez well yo11 wont
ltuye 11111t'l1 t'Il2lllt'l there with Sim-
mons, lfostvr Zllltl l,02ll'Sllll and you
better ll'j' lilll' tztclilo as l':11'1' tt Grove
is ull we hztye so I guest I will play
tackle this year. I hate to get :1
speech t'o1' t.o111o1'1'oy1' so I will rite you
Dear Jake: I have been So busy'
I have not had time too rite you for
The other ni,-:lit we had ski1'111ishes
they call it and the coatch put me on
the scrub team so as to make it more
even cuz if I wuz on the first team
they Woocln't have no chanct at all.
Red sez to get in and tackle them
hard. That guy Simmons co111e around
and I run for l1in1 but just as he saw
me comin he stopped and I tripped
and fell and l1e run on. He wuz scart
of me and it wuz a dirty trick to stop
that way and dodge. Purty soon Doc
Bamburg sez here comes Parr I want
you too stop him and I wood have got
him all rite only just as I tackled him
somebudy hit me with a brick and I
didn't know nothing for some time.
I have had a hedake fer 3 days and
can't hardly study. I ast the coatch
the other night why he didn't play
me at end as that guy Critzer plays
thare and he hain't big enuf to stop a
rooster. "Doc" sez well Napolean
Wuzn't very big ether 8a look what he
done. I guest Napoleon must play on
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"On the best Portraits in the best
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Phone Market 295
West Side Coal
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211 South Lawrence Avenue
Phone Market 1475 Open all Night
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Besides sez coatch I will put in Stogs-
dill if I want too scare them too death
I didn't say no more but it seems like
them coatches don't know nothing
about football a tall. They don't care
nothing about my rekord as they just
pick out the guys what kin get a good
stand in. Rite me a letter and tell
me what's doing out thare by this
time. Give me love to your folks
Oct 17. Dear Jake: This is fare
week And I sure been having some
time. Friends has won three game
already but I hain't got to play. I
talked to the coatch yesterday and
sez when am I goin to get to play,
you better put me in so the bunch
can get used to my playin before the
Faremount game and he just laffed
and sez, well, we're doing pretty good
now we're saving you for an emer-
gency and Critzer piped up 8: sez yes
the second team will have a game
next week and you can carry water.
I had a noshun to land on him but
didn't want to hurt him. The team
went to play St Mary's or some of
those Sunday School teams and I
didn't get to go But, I wuz gladd of
it becuz I wanted to see some more
of the fair and I cooldn't if I wuz
playin football. I've been havin a
sore knee but as soon as it gets better
I will show them coatches they has
been making a mistake by not playin
Wichita Oct 30
Dear Jake: I have not rote you for
too weeks so I will now do so a few
lines. l have been pretty busy playin
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Lust week the second team went to
Vreeka and coalch sent ine with theni
so as to give the second team a
chanct. But I cooldn't play all by
myself and we lost as the other guys
didn't help me ll hit. and got, in my
rood every time I tried two run. IE
it ilZlllll'l been lor that we wood have
beet as l w ood have nuule a touch-
down every time I got the hall. To-
morrow night is Halloowcan and they
is a party goin to he out here at
school. I thot that I ol to inake a date
as il was not fare to some of those
girls who is so crazy about ine. They
is one swell jane who is reel poplar
k they call her Dutch. Simmons sez
why don't you take Dutch to the party
as she is crazy about you and I won't
be here as they is a game that day
so you kin take her. Yesterday I saw
Dutch setting in chaple all olone and
I went up and talked two her awhile
and then sez do you want a date for
the party tomorrow nite and she
looked awful dessapointed and sez
I'1n sorry I haf a date and can't brake
it. Just then the bell rang and I went
oft to class and I herd her laffing. I
guest she wuz tickeled cuz I ast her
for a date. I didn't want to ast no
other girl after that cuz I know it
wood make Dutch feel bad so I went
with some other kid. I told Mack
Krady about asking Dutch and he sez
don't you know better than that she
has got a bad case with John Ross
but I don't care as long as he wnz
crazy about me. The party wuz a
maskkeraid and I dressed up in a
dress sute I had borrowed and put on
a mask. I must have looked purty
good as they give me the prize. That
Cub Burley sez no one new me cuz I
looked like a gentleman but he aint
got no room too talk as he is a re-
formed tramp and had to bust out of
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jale to get to go to school a tall. I After dinner we all put our close on J
will rite you more soon and went out to the field. I ast coatch X'
Your Friend wat he wanted me too play and he sez
X Ike I shoold hold the line so as to keep
1 warmed up as someone wuz lible to
Wichita NOV. 20. get knocked out and he only had
Dear Jake: I will have two apolo- Steven tsubs- Those COPPQT guys were
gize too you agin for not rtttug so little fellows and I sez its a shame to
long but I haf been so busy it takes Play thtem We Ot to bfot Shorty GM'
all my time too do the things Witch Her and Daye Taylor and a few more
I Cant put Ott- Day before yestet-dy along to-give them a chanct. Coatch
We had the last game of the seeson 592 yes If Wg, get too Tlfn Oyef them
before the Faremeunt game and I too much I will put you 1n. But those
Went alone. with the teem. I guest llttle .guys cud play ball and thot for
coatch is now seeing his mistake by 3-Whlle they Wogd beet us If C03-teh
not playin me all along and is goin dld not put me In but the teem got
te make up for tt. We played Copper down and scored a coupel of touch-
Colledge up at Sterling and Coatch downs and then coatch sez he had
was Skatt of gettin beet Se he took better save me for the Faremount
me along. game as they wuz no ust in riskin me
Well when xv-e get up there they gettin hurt when the game wuz al-
had the town painted all red "Wallop ready Won- We had some time goin
Friends for State Champeen Shipf' back and got off at Hutcheson and
just like they had a chanct to win. had a shirt tale perade around the
ln the past seventeen years three
hundred and fifty C5505 young men stu-
dents in Eriends University have been
employed as carriers by the Wichita
Eagle, and many of them have continued
in this service continuously from three
to four years.
The larger number have, in this Way,
defrayed their entire expenses during
the time of carrying their College
C OUT' S G S .
K President Friends University
Read Victor Murdock' s Editorials
in the Wichita Eagle
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hated to put me in the game as
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depoe and then we had another when
we got home. XVell the school is all
exsited about the Thankgiven game
and you don't hear nothing else much
since the smallpox scare is all over.
I haf been horse from yellin so much
and Shorty Garner came up the other
day and sez whats the matter are you
horse and I sez yes I have been yellin
to much and he sez heres some good
mints witch is fine for the voice and
he gave ine some out ofa little tin box
and I ate five or six and felt better.
The next day Id got reel sick an
coodnt come too school even. Coatch
came up too see me yesterday and I
sez I wuz reel sick in the stomick and
he sez what have you been eat.in. I
sez nothin what wood hurt me only
I haf not felt rite since I ate those
mints what Shorty Garner gave me
and he sez lets see some and I showed
him some and he sez you ot to be
sick they aint mints they are cascar-
ettes. Well, I had the doctor and he
gave me something and I feel all rite
now. I must close as I must go out
to football practice.
Wichita Nov. 27.
Dear Jake: Well, Thankgiving day
is over and Friends won from Fare-
mount for the first time in about ten
yeers. We beet them 10-0 but cood
have beet them 40-0 just as well if
they wood have put me in thare insted
of some of those guys who coodnt
carry the ball acrost in a steam en-
gine. They wuz a big crowd out and
thare shure wuz sum noize and yellin
Coatch made me hold the line and he
sez I did sutch a good job that they
wuz no one else to hold the line so
good After the game we had a perade
down town and I went along. Some
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cuz they got. beet hit me with a egg.
Vlfell, Jake, football is all over and I
am glad of it as it is hard work and
a guy what is a star like I am has too
work harder than the other guys who
don't no so mulch. I am not goin
home till Christmas and I will not
see you till then. The guys are all
talkin about the all-slate teem and I
ast coatch if I wood get on it al rite
and he sez no you are two good I
will send your name in for the All-
American So dont l:e surprised Jake
if you see my name in with Brickley
and Thorpe and Napolean and some
of those others big stars as Colyers
and the Cusmopoliton and all them
big magazines print the pitcher of the
All-Arnerican team. Simmons sez I
had better go clown and have my
pitcher took and I did and he told me
the name of the guy what picks the
team, his name is Bush and he lives
in Saint Luis and I sent it today.
Well, .Take I must close as I am tired
so be shure and buy all the maga-
zeenes next month and show my
pitcher to the folks at home. I will
rite you agan soon
THE APRIL FOOL JOKE
Starn, Killgrove and Booth, on April
Thought to give Smith an awful fright,
So they went to F. U. with a silent
To steal the bones of one long dead.
As the stars were dim, and there was
They easily got the skeleton to Starn's
Then down in the parlor, each ready
They awaited the time to finish the
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Go! solicit help from everyone."
So they searched the building both
low and high ,
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The boys were as mad as boys can
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The thief need'nt think he'1l get off
For I'll spoil his face this very night."
Little they thought that Ruth so
Had carried those bones across the
To two girl friends, whom she knew
Would never, never the secret tell.
Of Ruth's cunning trick, only Harvey
And as time went on, the mystery
So one Thursday night when the hour
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Next morning Starn awoke with a
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"I sure got the worst of that April-
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lectures are intended to be fair type
lectures of the various professors,
tho necessarily abridged. In places
actual quotations have been given,
and the editors have endeavored
above all, to make them characte-
ristic, so that in future years a pe-
rusal of them may bring up vivid
memories of hours spent in these
I Professor Truesdell
Scene: Truesdell's room in base-
Characters: All foolish ones who
elected Principles of Education, sew
eral ladies, a few gentlemen. also
Enter Professor Truesdell in a
hurry, reading his mail.
Prof. True,-"We discuss this morn-
ing the ethical. Say, say, cut out the
tatting, girls-we discuss the ethical
end of education. Put it up girls. Now
we will continue the discussion of-"
Hazel-"Did you call the roll?"
Prof True.-"No Ccalls rollj, now,
say, people, lets not look out of the
window. I want you all to pay atten-
tion to me." tEnter Frank Thiers.
who sits down in Professor's chair.7
'tNow, Mr. Foster, what is the first
aim of education which Professor Bag-
Bart-"The Bread-and-Butter aim."
Prof. True.-"Alright, will you
please tell us about it. We want to
hear you talk awhile. CTO Ellenl.
Let's not write now."
Bart-"The usual aim parents have
in sending their children to school
is that they may learn to make a
Alice Cat door.J-"Prof. have you
SS?" tHe goes to door and gives her
Prof. True.-"Now, if this were the
only aim, all impractical courses
would he cut out. This is heing done
now, more or less. Times are chang-
ing lwanders in to a recital of inci-
dents in his own past.J Why, I re-
nieinher when my mother used to
wear hoops, One day day when l was
a small boy l put them on and ran up
and down the street with them. Then
l got spanked. tC1ass laughs. Caro-
lyn and Hazel ask questions to draw
him outl. So we see the inadequacy
of the bread-and-huiler aim. flinocks
on tablel. XVe've simply go to have
order the rest of this hour. Miss
Pickering, please give us a synopsis
of the next topic."
Iva Pickering- "Well, he next dis-
cusses?" fhell rings. class files
Prof. Truesdell-"Read next chap-
ter for Wednesday!"
ll Professor Jones
Scene: The Latin rooni. Professor
Jones, seated at desk. Enter Anna
Jane and Alice.
Jane Chumblyj-"I do not feel that
I ani properly prepared upon this les-
Prof. Jones-"You do not? Well,
perhaps better than you think."
Enter Lura, hastily.
Prof. Jones-"Good niawning, Miss
Critzer. Has the last bell rung?"
Prof. Jones-"Well, We will pretend
it has for it is due. I believe We
were to have the famous fourteenth
chaptah of Ceasah. Miss Riner, you
may take the class and conduct it
just as you would if you were teach-
Alice Csighs heavily, hesitates, then
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are bU11tW1th sklll and Care
Inspect this Volume, then
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late the first three lines, please."
Alice-"Very good. Jane, why are
conimernor assent and teneret subjec-
.lane-tGives correct answerl.
Enter Ethlyn, very hastily.
Prof. Jones--"Good lllZlXVI1lTtL,'. Shall
I niahli this tardiness excused?"
Ethlyn--"Yes, sir, if you please."
Prof. Jones-"You have a reason-
alale excuse then, I suppose?"
Ethlyn-"Yes, sir, I forgot to come
Prof. Jones-tLooks rather dubi-
ous?--"IR'ell, well. That will do Miss
Riner. YVill you take the class now,
Lura-"Yes, sir tgoes to deslcl
Mr. Jones, will you please translate
the rest of the chapter?" twinks at
Prof. Jones - tTranslates profi-
Lura--"'l'hat will do. That was
fairly good. What corrections do you
have, class? Alice, give the syntax
of dictions here."
Prof. Jones-"Pardon me, Miss Cri-
zer, that will do, I believe. Ouah
time is getting shawt. Now, class,
"I-Iaven't you all something to say?
I want to get you people to talking
moah. Syntax of causa, Miss Baker?"
Jane-"I don't find it. Oh yes, I
see. Why its-"
Prof. Jones-"Causa? You will
have no hesitation about that, Pm
sure. No, of course you will not if
you think, Miss Lindley."
Ethlyn-"Ablative of course ?"
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tSilence. Jane shows signs of hav-
ing an idea.J
Prof. Jones-"Did you have some-
thing to' say, Miss Baker?"
Jane-"I was just wondering about
-in tbell rings.J
Prof. Jones-"Well, we
to stop here. Friday let us read chap-
You may also study all the cases. Oh
yes, and indirect discourse, quite
thoroly. Also review the pronouns."
Exit class and professor.
ters fifteen, sixteen and
III Professor Reagan
Scene: Class room at end of south
Professor Reagan standing by book-
case. A litter of papers and books on
the desk, and an open satchel close
by. Members of class enter, each in
characteristic fashion. Prof. Reagan
marks the roll.
Pl'Of. Reagan-"What did we talk
about last time, Mr. Smith?"
Srnith-tAnswers correctlyj t"?J
Prof. Reagan-"We will finish dis-
cussing this chapter today. Miss
Friend, why does Rauschenbusch call
this chapter what he does?"
Ma1'ie-"Why-er, I don't know as I
haven't looked at the title."
Prof. Reagan-"Does anybody have
a reason to suggest? tCornes round
in front of desk, puts his foot up on
seat in front, folds arms and contem-
plates class.J Miss Layne."
Gail tinnocentlyl. "What?"
Prof. Reagan-t'Where do you
Gail-"I don't know as I hurt. I-"
Prof. Reagan-"I mean, what's your
reaction on this chapter of Rauschen-
Gail-"I -don't like it altogether."
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We will help you if you can and
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Will G. Price, Pres , Wichita, Kan.
F. C. Hoyt, Pres. G. R. Baysinger, V-Pres.
DR. E. O. Baker, V-Pres.
A. N. McQuown, Cashier
Union State Bank
"HOME OF SAVINGS"
Dry Goods and Ready-
412 East Douglas Avenue
dangles the loose foot.7 "I don't care
whether you believe it or not. I don't
think we'll talk about that any more
unless you have some questions."
"The other thing I wanted to get
said is this:" CGoes to board and
scribbles an outline.J
"I'd like for you to think of it un-
der these heads. I can fix that thing
by a story CResumes former posi-
tion on desk. Tells story.J Who's
Bart-"Laws will never be enforced
until the people stand back of them."
Means-"Well, now, what do you
mean by that?" .I
Prof.-"If you fellows want to fight,
get in the hall and have it out. Has
anybody got anything to say? I'd like
to get three things said today. One
is, I can fix that by a poem Cgoes to
book-case after book, reads poem.
Then rests chin on hand and watches
class quizically.J Miss Hare, have
you something on your mind?"
Prof. R.-"Well, why do you look
at me in that tone of voice, then?"
Roy P.-"What do you mean by
that first topic?"
Prof. R. fwaxes eloquent in expla-
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if-'Simi educat- na.1on e iinpsp Well ssoik on
fbgllp 4 d 1 this some more next time." tClass
1 e peop e straggles out, leaving Professor sit-
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faces and look out of the east win-
dows in the direction from whence
would come the belated professor,
hoping that he will not appear. Sud-
perish as Dr. Pear-
the distant foliage
the sidewalk at a
denly their hopes
son emerges from
and hurries along
swinging gait. Soon he disappears
only to present himself a moment
later at the door with a solemn ex-
pression on his face intended to
squelch the boisterous members of
the class. He fondly deposits his hat
and coat on the piano, sits down in
front of his desk, back erect and
both feet flat on the floor directly in
front of him, adjusts his eye-glasses
at the same time looking reproach-
tully at Cecil Browns feet on the
rung of a chair, and the fireWorkst?J
Prof. Pearson tclearing throat with
series of "ums."l-"Now, Wyman
Thompson, we are taking up the
study of Herod the Great today. Now
we must hold in mind that Herod was
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and hazardous thing. Now Wyniau,
what did Herod do just before the
siege of JPI'llS2llGlll?"
XVXIIIZIII T. fstaring ahsently at Dr.
P. who begins to nod and doze.J
"He got married."
Dr. P. tawakened by laughter of
class and tapping for order.J-"Yes,
Dr. P.-"Well, Chas. Vincent, how
long did the siege of Jerusalein last?"
Chas. Y. tvainly trying to attract
Dr. P's attention, which is fastened
on X'i'ilbt1r Hadley, who is twirling
his watch chain at the other end of
class.7 "I think it lasted three years."
Dr. P. tnot knowing what he said
and with eyes still on Hadley's watch
CThen speaking quickly to Hadleyzj
"That is rather interesting, but I fear
it is not very profitable."
tAva Hood nudges Hadley who
hadn't heard, and he looks up at Dr.
P., and sayszb "Wliat's the question,
Ava Hood Cin a stage whisper to
Hadleyj "He wants you to put away
your watch chain."
Dr. P.-"I believe if I were you l
would refrain from toying with my
watch chain during class."
Dr. P.-"Well, now eh-we must
hurry on with our lessons. Ava Hood,
how did Herod finally capture Jeru-
Ava Hood, who hasn't studied her
lesson, begins to stall. Dr. P's eye-
lids begin to fall like the dew in Pal-
estine during the dry season, and his
head begins to nod like the stately
cedars of Lebanon, and he passes
sweetly into the regions of happy
dreamland. The recitation
and the class sits in ominous silence
which is broken presently by the ring-
inil of the bell.
Dr. Pearson tawakening with a
start.J-"Did the bell ring? W-e-I-1,
brethren, we haven't covered the as-
signment." Then follows a three-
niinntes' talk on past, present and
future assignments. This talk closes
with the famous quotation, "Forge
Prof. Reagan-"Where does it af-
fect you niost when you get angry?"
Frosty-"It affects my vocabulary."
Senior-"Do you see any marks of
barbarisni on that man's face?"
Freshie-"Yes, that cut on his
Senior-"That's where he cut him-
self with a razor."
Freshie-"Well, didn't you say
'marks of barberism."'
The Philosopher Says-"A thing of
beauty is a thing of joy as long as
the beauty lasts."
The modern philosopher revises
things and makes God in his own
likeness and image.
Prexy4"We were with you at that
basket ball game in spirit."
Evil Minded-"We'll reserve a sec-
tion for the spirits next time.
Gail-"Hazel, I'm going to sit by
Hazel-"Well, go ahead, I don't
care." Gust then Roy came in.J
"Come over here, Roy, and sit by me."
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Song-'AOh, Gee, l NVish That I Had
Grand Schotter-John Ross.
Assistant Grand Schotter-Fat
Chief Date Maker-Cub Burley.
Faculty Adviser-Prof. Young.
Head Heart Breaker-Zalo Miles
Keeper of the Loving Cup-"Chuck"
Alumni Members-Warren South
Earl Heacock, Floyd Cornwell, Morris
"Ad" Baird, Paul Breese, Pearl
Ricord, John Gabrielson, Johnny Mc-
Ewen, Dave Taylor. 'iIunk" Garner,
Floyd Booth, Stanley Perry, Edwin
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TWENTI ETH CENTURY TATTING
Established under laws of Kansas
on the lst day of April, in the year of
our Lord, nineteen hundred and fif-
Purpose of Society-To promote art
and industry among the boys and
girls of our American colleges.
Society Flower-Ring around the
Most favorable time to pursue this
art: In Truesdell's education classes.
In Miss Furnas' German or French
classes. In chapel and Y. W. or Y. M.
In Dr. Pearson's "History of Israel."
Motto: "If a ring is once begun,
never leave it till it's doneg
Be the pattern great or small, tat
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Vice-president, Dr. Pearson.
Secretary, Mrs. Downs.
Wo1'thy Patron, Bennie Truesdell.
Shuttle Winder, Gervas Carey.
Critic, Ellen Styles.
Sergeant-at-Arms, Prof. Arthur
Simpy Seniors-"Zim1nie," Vvooden
Young, Stanley Perry.
Jitney Juniors-"Junk" Garner, Lil-
lie Brazil, Merle Davis.
Sockless Sophomores-John Ross,
"Dearheart" Harms, .Tim Yvhiteaker.
Flippy Freshmen-Bonnie Huff,
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Prof. Carey-Mr. Burley!
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church and state in
I can't exactly say,
Truesdell-When I taught my first
school, I used to be one of the good
ones, but times have changed
Miss Furnas-They eat five meals
a day in Germany.
Hazel Beeson-Land sakes! I
Wouldn't think they would Want to
wash so many dishes!
Prof. Reagan-"It is11't your nose
that hurts when
you smell pole cat."
Lura Critser-"No, but it's your
Prof. Pearson-"Now, we may di-
vide the prophets off into distinct
Student-"They dontt look like pe-
riods to me."
Pearson-"Well, maybe We had bet'
ter call them commas."
Truesdell-"There are lots of fine
teachers who are no good at disci-
pline-me, tor example."
Reagan-"When evolution has gone
far enough We will still have love
and sentiment but not emotion."
Bunnie-"Well, that's all I
Gerhard Harms-tVVhen asked by at
friend as to the length of his legsy-
"Oh! they're just long enough to
touch the ground."
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Ethlyn Lindley to Prof. Reagan,
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Prof. Reagan fsmilingj-"I-Iasn't
any. I make my people Without
mouths so they can't talk back so
Ethlyn-"Oh! I see."
Truesclell-"Some of the meanest
little bats in school are mighty smart.
I sure was an onery little scan1p!"
Miss Furnas-"Give me this sent-
ence in German-'The cane had a
golden knob! "
Lillie Brazil-"Der Konig hat eine
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"I don't see Why they never mention
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the leading athlete in this school."-
"Shoot it all! I get so bloomin'
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FRIENDS UNIVERSITY MATCH
Incorporated under laws of Kansas.
Capital stock, !B100,000. Paid up
c ipital, 55.10.
Liabilities, !f310,000. Assets, 250000.
Membership fee, 3.01.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
"Bunnie" and "Wooden"
Gail and Preston.
Ogden and Macy.
Robinson and Campbell.
Irena and Howard.
"Zim" and YVinsloW.
Vtfaterman and Dewell.
Parr and Bump.
Miles and Carter.
Torby and Bernice.
Homer and Lillian.
Alice and John.
"Cub" and Wilkinson.
Marks and Mechling.
Cox and Crowl.
Prof. Young and Rush.
Bernice and Gerhardt.
Dodson and Edythe.
Les Neal and Bonnie Huff.
4'Mack" and Hazel.
Claire and Breese.
Eva and Fee.
Ricord and Knight.
Esther and Omer.
"Izzie" and "Bobbie"
Furnas and "Bennie"
McCracken and Cross.
Lizzie and Raymond.
CITIZENS t BANK
At the Close of Business February 20,1 1915
Loans and Discounts S306,541.70
Overdrafts - - 1,235.50
Bank building and fixtures 8,330.00
Other real estate - 3,525.00
Cash and sight exchange 196,802.67
Total resources - S516,434.87
Capital stock - 5 25,000-00
Surplus - 20,000.00
Undivided profite - 8,194-86
Deposits - 463,240.01
Lotal liabilities 35163134-37
The above statement is correct. W. C. KEMP, Cashier
Depositors in this bank are protected under the Bank Depositors Guar-
anty Law of the State of Kansas.
W. C. KEMP, Cashier
W. S. HADLEY, Pres.
G. E. OUTLAND, Vice Pres.
-H. C. OUTLAND, Asst.
J. H. HADLEYQ Asst.
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