Graceland University - Acacia Yearbook (Lamoni, IA)

 - Class of 1926

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li ga w. ll 4 dll 1926 ACACIA ' an .p e QV- y ar. I M Walden Bug Llosson Blabx lxavxs Barrows Hynden OFFICERS 1925 1926 Fur! Smnrstfr Second Sfrnrstfr Presrdent Dox ALD Bmznovws GLEN TRAVIS Secretary Treasurer CLARENCE Blum Ewxw WALDEN Bwgmr Shggter JAMES BRIGGS ELGENE CLOSSOIN FOX The F O X Club was orgamzed four years ago by a group of fellows who were mterested ln adyanclng the splrlt of good felloyyshlp and soc1ab1l1ty at Graceland The arm of thls group has been and strll rs to lill all yacancxes m the membershlp of the club wlth young men who haye a hlgh standard and whose arm IS to boost for our Alma Mater At present there are mne honorary members of thls club who are maklng a better place for themselve rn the vsorld by the educatron and hrgh moral trannmg yyhlch they recerved at Graceland The names of these alumm follow m the order rn nhrch they became members of the organlzatlon Berton Hynden Hugh Brabx Robert VValden, were charter members Raymond Haycox, taken IU on the first mltlatxon Leland Omans and Wallace DeLong vsere the second ones taken ln Albert Brackenbury and Francrs Leeka composed the next conslgnment Clenn Brlggs braved the paddle alone a l1ttle later In the years to come each member of thrs club wlll be able to recall the many pleasant hours he has spent wnh the gang when hearts were lrght and cares were few ,.z9,.-94s., if 3 -7 -7 -:gh H l lg ll ll 1 ll I y Q 4 ri 4 M ag HV.' 2 k 31. .p Ml . e ' 1 e " T' ' M lg F ' fl l Ml 1 QERTT A l4 V , , LQQQVQ F 'K ,g :J

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1. s. T. C., A. B. 1897, 1 I is lla 7 ll 4 l Ml Ml if R LA D RECOR HOMECOMI G UMBER VOLUME SIX LAMONI, IOWA, OCTOBER zo, 1925 NUMBER SEVEN GRACELAND WILL MEET CENTRAL THE HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME Is BETWEEN GRACE- LAND AND CENTRAL You can imagine the type of contest you are going to see. The record of our team this fall assures us that they are going into this contest with their best energies. After the game of last Friday the Graceland supporters have begun to look forward with anticipation to the game with the Pella aggregation. Graceland has no ancient ri- val in football for this day, but she is meeting a team that she is anxious to defeat. Last year saw our first game with the Dutchmen and our weakened line-up Cthree regulars were out of the line and three others played with injuriesj made us barely able to hold them to a tie score. . This year Central's line-up is much stronger. Her team has tied Des Moines University 6-6, and defeated Ellsworth 17-6, and both of these are strong teams. She has a fast, shifty backHeld and a rugged line of Dutchmen. It means that the Old Gold and Blue must fight to the end. But Coach Gilbert has kept his men in good shape and fine spirits. Two lighting teams will meet each other in manly sport. The side lines will see the biggest aggregation of rooters of our at-home games. The morn- ing mass meeting and the parade will act as generators and feed- ers of enthusiasm. The band is planning to be out in uniform and ready with the college airs. The girls are preparing special stunts and displays for the time between halves. Some of the committee are thinking of a big jubilee and bonfire after the game. HOMECOMING PROGRAM 8.00 6 :00 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30 Musical comedy, 'fCollege Days" by Herald An- gels, Zimmerman Hall. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31 DUX Breakfast, South Woods. 7:00 Crescent Breakfast, La- moni Hotel. 8:45 Homecoming programs and receptions by the four literary societies. 10:30 Mass pep meeting, College ' chapel. 12:00 K. K. K. luncheon. 1:30 Student Parade. 2:30 Football: Graceland -vs. Central, North Park. 6:00 Reunion Dinner, Zimmer- man Hall. 7:45 Homecoming Frolic, Zim- merman Hall. 9:15 Royal Thirteen Mixer. 10:00 0. O. H. Slumber Party. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 12:30 F. O. X. Dinner. 12:30 Herald Hall Dinner. 2:00 to 3:30 Open House of all dormitories. 7:45 Concert by Musical Or- ganizations of the col- lege. 8:15 Address, President G. N. Briggs. 'iGeorge N. Briggs, B. Di., 1893, , Iowa, president of Graceland College, Lamoni, Iowa, opened the new year, September 7, 1925, with an address by Dr. F. M. McDowell, dean of the Institute of Arts and Sciences, Independ- ence, Mo. The prospects for Graceland this year are very gratifying as the attendance is regularly increasing. President Briggs' executive services have given superior satisfaction."- From the Alumni News of the Homecoming News Letter of Iowa State Teachers College fOctober lj. THREE YEAR TIE BROKEN AT LAST GRACELAND WINS OVER CHTLLI- COTHE, 7-0, AND ENDS PERIOD or TIES 'fThe third time is the charm," but it wasn't. 'Graceland made four attempts before she finally triumphed over the Chillicothe Ducks. In the fall of '22 the two teams battled to a 6-6 tie at North Park. The games of '23 and '24 both resulted in scoreless ties. But this year-well, here are some of the high points of Friday,s game: Graceland received the kickoff on her own 25-yard line, and punted immediately. Chillicothe failed to gain and punted in re- turn. A backward pass to But- terworth caught the Ducks off their feet, and the stocky little halfback ran the ball down to the opponents' 15-yard line. With their backs against the wall Chillicothe held, and Graceland was forced to kick. The attempted place kick failed, the ball going to Chillicothe on their own 25-yard line. The re- mainder of the quarter was a punting duel, with the visitors having the advantage. Braby, with the wind at his back, punted 52 yards at the opening of the second quarter. The Ducks, using a shift forma- tion, began to gain yardage, but were penalized because a man failed to reach the line of scrim- mage before the ball was snapped. The ball changed hands on punts until Chillicothe lost the ball for tripping. But- terworth carried the ball through for 33 yards, a field goal was attempted, and again it failed: the half ended without a score. The last half opened with the Missourians kicking off to Grace- land's 25-yard line. The Saints gained steadily: they reached Chillicothe's 45-yard line, where they made a poor attempt to punt. The Ducks got the ball on the 33-yard line, but were Ja. .A ----H---MW ..... 1, A-- ,. , af B- A-Be is Q 4 2:55



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s ' sfffffy 1926 AcAclA f Safe' it l A ls ll li l Emma Snead, Rae Lysinger, Julia Travis, Doris Nelson, VVanda Morey, Lois Smith, Ruth Richeson Margaret Gordon, Clariee Guillen, Gertrude White, Grace Schreur O. O. H. OFFICERS President . .... . RAE LYSINGER . Vice-President . . GRACE SCHREUR Q Secretary-Treasurer . MARGARET GORDON Q This year the O. O. H. Society celebrated its tenth anniversary. During this time, many girls have been chosen for members on account of their clean sportsmanship, pleasing person- ality and good-fellowship. The O. O. H.'s have always held the highest ideals as the ultimate goal and every member has striven to uphold those ideals to her utmost ability. At the beginning of this year, seven of the old members were back to form the nucleus for the society. Wanda, Gertrude, and thrilling initiation, everyone settled of the year everyone decided that wear the purple and gold ribbons, The first social function was a Lois were soon "summoned" to be one of us. After their down to make a successful year of it. Toward the end they couldn't be satisfied until Grace and Rogene could so they were welcomed into our midst. Snow Party" in honor of Connie's departure. This was W6 soon followed by a reception in honor of Miss Carrot, the new language teacher. Of course plenty of 'ffeeds" and "spreads" were sprinkled along the year as well as breakfasts in South .nl EQ Ml Woods. Our annual t'May Fetew was the closing social event of a year which was a very successful one for the O. O. H. Society. V 1, ll l ll 1 gl M W ll in N A' bl' .A J7 " QQQQ if A

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