Millersville University - Touchstone Yearbook (Millersville, PA)
- Class of 1941
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IIXRXI3 I5 IXIIIIR IDIIOR
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STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
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Teachers of tomorrow! What a challenge!
Upon the shoulders of the teachers of today
and those of tomorrow rests the responsibility of
promoting the ideals of democracy it such a
AS WE SEE IT
thing is to exist in the future. Can we meet
that responsibility? Only if we believe in the
principles of democracy, live according to those
principles, and teach those principles can we
BEHIND THE DESK
of jomorrow. . . . . .
even hope to meet it. can. We shall be worlcing that most valuable
Yesterday we came: today we are leaving: plastic on earth-the human being. There is
tomoqow we shall he laced with the challenge no limit to the amount which can he accom
which teaching presents as no other profession plishecl. ls there a greater challenge?
BEFORE THE DESK
ON FIELD AND COURT THE YEAR IN RETROSPECT
,MJ OW gooclgyed,
For twenty-one years iwir. Hoover,s famiiiar figure has
heen seen passing in and out of our front gate as he
waiiced to and from his daiiy tasicg that of hetter fitting
ixiiiiersviiie students for their future work. Famiiiar to
thousands of our aiumni are "Pappys, many anecdotes
and the tradition of HR0om CH-fuvvhat does the hooic
As freshmen we first met Wir. Hoover in his Place and
Purpose ciass. We now ieei that this is the Place to
record our Purpose, nameiyg to express our gratitude for
the principles which he has instiiied in us during the four
years we spent at this coiiege. Mr. Hooverys heipiui
guidance and personai example of service Wiii iive iong in
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HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL
steeped in tradition-Rich in scholastic achievement, Millersville
State Teachers College, located on a picturesque campus in quaint
old Lancaster County, fulfilled the dream of its founders when they estab-
lished it as the first state normal school in Pennsylvania, hy maintaining
a reputation for cultivating the finest of men and Women in the teaching
Steady advancement and expansion has heen the hyword as attested
to hy its record, 1854, an academy was erected hy a number of citizens of
lwillersville and vicinity for the purpose of furthering the educational
standards of the surrounding community: 1859, the Millersville authorities
toolc advantage of the Normal School Act of 1857 and estahlished the
llirst State Normal School of Pennsylvania: 1927, Millersville became a
State Teachers College and was authorized to confer the degree of
Bachelor of Science of Education upon its graduates.
To say that the college has loeen hoth progressive and conservative in
its policies may seem paradoxical-however, it is true. For, a sound and
conservative huilding program as well as a development of the philosophy
of teaching and education, has been undertaken. However, Millersville
has been most progressive in making advances in curriculum construction
including the special courses in Library Training and Industrial Arts.
In the hearts of the graduates forever will linger memories of this,
their Alma Mater, Within whose halls they have labored for four long
years to attain the standards set up hy the thousands of graduates who
have gone before them.
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Did you lcnow . . .
lVIiss Ganser presided over the Institute for Demonstration School
Librarians held by the American Library Association at Cincinnati,
Ohio . . .
May 26, 1940
lVlr. Thomas received the honorary degree oi' Doctor of Pedagogy
from the Central Normal College, Danville, Indiana . . .
June 7, 1940
lVIiss Haversticlc became lVlrs. A. Roy Brenneman . . .
July 28, 1940
lVIrs. Councilman and lVlr. Bailey attended Penn State while lVIiss Lee
furthered her education in the French language at Syracuse University
during the summer school of 1940.
lVIiss Smith recently received her psychologistls Certificate irom the
lxfliss Hughes has written a looolc called Rhythmic Games and Dances
which will be published about the middle oi June.
Dr. Osburn's booli Expioring the Graphic Arts will be published in
the near future.
lVIr. Lingenfelter received the degree of Doctor of Education from
Pennsylvania State College.
.Ianuary 28, 1941
Dr. Tanger has been made chairman oi the Drama Committee and a
member oi the Education Committee lor the Defense Council Organiza-
tion oi Lancaster County.
lVIr. Shenlc received the degree of lVIaster oi Science in Education at
the Llniversity oi Pennsylvania . . .
February 1 5, 1941
lVIr. Howard was elected president oi the Lancaster County Vocational
Association for 1940-41.
Dr. Gerhart acted as chairman oi the Conference on Science for
Elementary School Teachers . . .
February 15, 1941
lVIiss Swift was a member oi the Eastern Arts Association participating
in the Teacher Training Division and also acted as a judge oi Art Vvorlc
at the Yorlc County Fair.
Dr. Hull was in charge oi the meeting held by the Lancaster County
lVliss Simerson has been worlcing towards her psychologists certificate
during the past year.
lVIr. lVIcComsey has been worlcing on his doctorate at the University
Dr. Stine is one oi the llive members on the executive committee repre-
senting the State Teachers Colleges at Harrisburg.
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JAMES C. EBBERT
ANN M. BUCKVVALTER
ANNETTE F. EVANS
EDVVIN M. SUMMERS
DR, GER! tAR'I'
Vve, the Class of lQ4I, hereby see it fitting and proper to set
aside this page in commemoration of the thoughtfuiness and help-
fulness that these faculty advisers have contributed by their timely
We will always remember bliss Hoffmeier supervising in the
third grade of our training school, while Dr. Gerhart helped us
become more widely acquainted with our biological environment.
To these members of our faculty, we extend our greatest
appreciation and sincerely wish that they may Continue to offer
guidance to future hliiiersviiie students.
Before you turn this page .
This year we have divided the classes into
three groups: Elementary, Industrial Arts, and
Secondary. By this method we may lceep intact
our old familiar class rolls.
Another change is the style of the individual
write-ups. ln lceeping with the theme, "Teachers
df Tomorrow." we have procured the services of a
foremost astro-analyst. The writer has never come
in personal contact with any individual hut has
made this write-up purely loy a reading of your
horoscope and name. Perhaps the information
definitely suits you and perhaps it does not re-
semble you in the least. You alone may he the
Editor's Note: We are unable to disclose the
writer's name here because of commercial con-
tracts. However, we might state that we are quite
certain that you have read some of the writer's
articles which have appeared in many of our
popular magazines. These articles are in the form
of readings of famous people. Please rememher
that because of limited space these readings are
quite brief and general.
September 23, 1920 ffjlnral
Very dillicult to keep tliis vilwration contentedly at llome.
Desires travel and clrange. Critical, versatile and adaptalule
witlr love of tile Hloig idea." Quickly irritable over trilles.
Poised in time of danger. Desires pliysical comforts. Friendly
personality. Dynamic intuitive mind. Attracts pulwlicity.
Tile native is usually affectionate, sociable and artistic,
making friends easily wlierever slie goes. The native is
often violently repelled lmy ugliness and cruelty or any
evidences ol' injustice. Tire lucky stones are pearls and
Dvcemtzer 2, 1919 fsugitturiusl
You are genial, courteous, idealistic, and romantic. You
liave a good practical understanding ol tlle world lout donlt
tend to get into action witli it. You are pllilosoplric and
rapalale ol alxstract tllinking-so mucll so tllat you are
capalxle ol' letting your self ideology alosorlw your practical
purpose, Tliis indicates an excellent wife. You are con-
stant witllout lreing puritanical, an excellent and rare virtue.
Xvorldliness and sense of liumor keeps you from smugness.
wlii a lundamentally serious undertone keeps you lrom
opals. ff! -
WILLIANI BOWERS DON R
Iielzruury 15, 1020 fAquuriusl fune Q, 3 eminil
independence ol mind and action, tliouglrt and expres-
sion are tlre keynotes ol your nature. You are an intellectual
ilnfl. FAS YOIII' llZlS glllle Ufl, yOU llRVC IJCCII Hl'DlC to focus
your emotional and passionate nature in intellectual con-
cepts. and to approacli time pliilosopliic ideal of olvjectivity.
independence, courage, and efficiency give you a fine
foundation for success. You are a great reader and student,
sell-suliiicient at times, wlmile at otliers you crave society-
any company king preleralzle to none.
Nerves are your luete noir ands ki d o o lliglu
voltage runs tlirouglr you restlessly a ecting lwotli yonyiqnental
and emotional nature. You are quick to enter into and
quick to jump out of romances, and lmelore you marry you
are pretty sure to know lrom experience wllat you are up
to, You will rarely admit tllat you are fickle for you lrave
some nlausilmle explanation to offer lor all tlue variations in
your lreart-life. You lmve intellectual and artistic alwilities.
Away 23, IQIQ ffieiniriil Irulnury 21, IQIO fftquariusl
Sensitive, nlnlnitious. nutlioritutivz- ond origins: . log- Creative, individual, sensitive, intuitive, Apt to tue sell-
netic: personality. conservative, advisory me zx 't . iapl' me-ntered, Daring. independent tliinlcer. Natural leader.
Wlll'll ln-firing ri-sponsilxility. Dovoloi to mily. lriencl Pioneer spirit witll Courage to tnlie n rtlmnre witll lite ill an
und rountry. Responsive' to sorinl in-insures. ro an pioneer undertaking. iligll ideals. rllle Aquarian is
rllylllm. S0lllt'lilllt'S in lnrlc ol dex , ot tru' berce ion, fielnocrzxtir' und tolerant as well as independent in tllougllt
or cl:-ep pnssion will stomp time n' "e in Ili 'es ol lliotiglit- ond ortion. Often tlirouglx zu Saturn vibration tliere is
less oliservers ns do -' ul rl lrf r s. Ililiere is' 'usfeptilrility lo moods ot depression und exnltntion. aller-
innnle lllvliiill mul p 'nl rew ,sness not eos" o r- nntively. line lzest moles are lllose lxorn between lxiay
rome. und t 's is w 1 pe in urn strongly under t ' sig 22 and ,lune 21, or in-tween Feptemlwer zz to Ortolmer 13.
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I April 23, IQID fiiuurusl
iltlu- stulrlvornm-se tlmt :mule you an liiglily rlillirult rliilcl
rlmnges os you grow older into gn-nt determination nncl
H'6lSUllilltl1'IH'H!4?W'llil'll gives you ilu- irresistilvle power lwotll
over people und over your own environment. You liave
an lim- insiglit into nil mnnner ot tliings. people, arts, lmusi-
ni-ss, mul an fixed izic-an of your own wortlu und nlmility tlmt
illtpl'1'!4Sl'S otllef people strongly. You assume responsilmility
ra-aulily mul your slnoulclr-rs ure lwrozul and capalmle ot carry-
ing olmost ony loml,
RUTH A. CORVVIN
Novvnlimr 28, 1916 fSugitlnrinsl
Nervous energy is your strengtli-and your weakness.
You lmve n pliilosopliirnl mind, jumping from tile particular
to time gem-ml ns it lry serond nature. ond seeing timings,
people. pI'UlJl6lllS in large, ratlier tllan specific terms, Time
devotional onolit is strong in your nature, and you tend to
rituolistir' urceptz:m'e ot some religion. rode, or lmsic set
ol lnelii-ls to VVllif'll you relate tile tllreucls ot your pllilosopliy
and Illilldl' zi worliing ideology lor your lite. You are very
KATHRYN JULIA CUTLER
February 8, 1916 fAquariusl
The scientilzic hent is strong in you. You are an analyst,
an organizer as well as a finder ot information and knowl-
edge and you see your knowledge in loroad, social, and
philosophic sweeps. Your hent is critical rather than creative
or executive, though in your executive power over the minds
of men you are not easily excelled. You are lilcely to
collect odd assortments of people around you.
MARY DE LONG
january 7, 1920 ICapricornI
Ambition is powerful, and seli control almost a tetich.
Vvorldliness comes naturally to you. and a passion to
impress yourself on the world through an ideal. an idea,
or a moral formula gives impetus to your career. There is
a cold. hard invulneraiale strealc in you that resists close
personal associations at the same time that it linows how
to appeal to the imagination of the people. You aren't
amenahle to an appeal to the affections.
MARION D. DENNIS
Iune 19, 1920 fGeminit
A regular Ngo-getterf' Firm with plenty of ideas turned
into action. Lover oi nature and lite. Desires the thrills
and strongly attracted to opposite sex. Loyal, secretive,
cannot he commanded and must have freedom ot action
and of thought. This native ol' Gemini is courteous. icind,
affectionate, helpful hut indolent. There is an indication
oi intuition and strain of liatalism. Most favorable marriages
are contracted with those born hetween January 21 and
Fehruary 18 or between September 25 and October 25.
March 12, 1909 fpiscesl
You are an unusual person, interested in unusual and
out-of-the-way studies, people, ideas-and a good deal inter-
ested in yourself. You are highly introspective. with the
resuit that the outer world seems odd. A tendency to
withdraw into yourself to nurse some private idea that you
rant get across makes you strangely inaccessihle. Use
this creatively and constructively. and your understanding
will malce you valuahle in the world ot practical affairs.
bf ,f May 17, 1920 ffaurusl
Scientific tendency. Highly intuitive. First impressions
apt to he correct. Good judge of human nature. Magnetic
personality. lfirm, sell-confident mentality. Can finish any
undertaking with scientilic perfection. Good in science.
The nature is all-ectionate and often sensuous with a ten-
dency to lmestow it too generously. The Taurian. as a rule.
gives generously hccause ol her instinctive knowledge ol
rirh supply in the earth lrom which she sprung. Moss,
ognte and emeralds are their fortunate stones.
September 19, IQIS fvirgol
You are dominated and motivated by your intellectual
interests. You are loyal. affectionate, sentimental rather
than romantic and can develop a great interest in domestic
matters. Your high sense of discrimination protects you
lrom getting involved with intellectual interiors, lor you have
a very tiniclcy taste in matters ot people. dress. food and
house-furnishings and can he extremely critical when your
sense ol good taste is olzlended. There will he major llaws
in any enterprise you conduct, due largely to your con-
servatism ancl reasonableness.
1 mg JEANNE FREY
Deceniher 7, 1918 fsagittariusl
Creat e mincl along the line ol' art, literature, music or
humanitarian service, Poor money-saving quality hut lceen
sense ol humor and enjoyment of social pleasures. Must
learn to control temper and tolerate others. High-strung
physical vihration, sensitive to environment and people. A
mentality with fine organization ahility. Too apt to talce
chances and talie a gamhle with lite. The native may
have nomadic tendencies: she may he a dilettante and
seldom live long in one place.
February 15, 1919 fAquariusl
persons horn with their sun in this sign are unusual.
different. either in appearance. ideas or attitudes toward
life. Honesty is one ot the Aquarians' virtues. The native
has a natural love for her lellowmen regardless ol class
or station in life. She is often to be louncl among the
ioiners handed together in groups or societies, working
for a common cause. Aquarian finds her occupational outlet
in unusual callings. Clever, curious, kind, expressive, in-
ventive. Mind is active, courageous, sometimes passionate
Iune 16, 1922 fGeminil
You receive impressions like a wax plate, rememimer tliem
well, and give tllem oil readily. Tlmere is a liine cliance
Ior intellectual and Iiterary acliievement. Under tI'1ese condi-
tions your sensitiveness finds a constructive outlet, you Iearn
to overcome personal toucltiness and to concentrate. Vvitliout
tllese concentrating iniluences you are just as sensitive, your
memory as good, and you give off wI1at you Ieel and tI1inIc
voIuI'mIy lout more in personal ways.
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You I1ave extraordinary gifts of Ioresigiit and insigiit-1
a kind oi visionary intellectual quality tiiat makes time
potentialities of tI1e future clear to you in terms of the
present. You I1ave a ready intuition for tilings and lor
people, and tI1rougI1 airility to organize and express wliat
you understand so clearly. can acllieve success in most any
Iurancli of activity tllat controls over tile minds of men. Tliis
is tliereiore an excellent position for a teacimer and wlwatever
waIIc ol: Iiie you may ine in.
CARRIE BELLE JACOBS
December 19. 1919 fsagitt iusl
ns is 1 comunatron or inte ect p e
to ring qeneriwatlons own to a details
in tierr re ations lp wltl roa cohc t v e is wer
very warm-Iiearted person, t ' 2 t I es r or
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scious and calm var t tI1a s I st ea
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MARGARET E. KENNEDY
December 27, 1919 fcapricoml
Firm in convictions. Natural student. Strong religious
or occult Ieanings. Ratiier teII otiiers imow to do timings
than do them Iierseli. Refined and cultured. Lover ot
nature and of reading. Power ot quicic decision. Amorous
nature witli many affairs oi time Iieart. One wI1o Ioves
wisely Inut too weII. Favorable for pleasures and for
speculation. II tlnere is a marriage. tlie imest partners are
tlwose Ioorn between April 21 and Ixlay 21 or In-tween
August 23 and Se-ptemlmer 22.
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yn WJARBARA M. KIENZY KATHRYN LEDERER
Hvcvnllmr 21, 1918 fSugilturiusl Mrly 19. IQIQ fraurusi
fxlusivnl or lite-rury nlrilily mul in lu-en sense ol lxumor.
Rc-stlvss. ilu:-nt ol' speerli. Strongly magnetic personality.
cil'Ilf'I'lNlS, illilf' lil llilllllll' KHYUPS illlll hi' illl ilfllilfilltlf.
D4-sin-s to opp:-nr prosperous lmelorc' tlu- worlml. Apt to lv:
ogotistiraul. liirm. sm-lt-atonlrirlr-nt, irule-pemlc-nt mentality. Cam
ln- stulmlxorn. Dc-sire-s llrve-clorn ol lllougllt anti action.
Give-n tlu- rs-sponsilmility ram linisll anyttling will: srivntilic
ll1'l'll'l'lilllI. fillltlll :ln wvll on tile slugs-. Her mintl is
uriginnl, invi-nlivv nml pionf-e-ring. ilu- turquoise is tlie
Diplomatic. responsive to music nncl pvacv loving. Larlis
sell-esteem. Collective. Genial personality. Dynamic,
svnsitivo nnrl liigllly intuitive mvntnlity. Has Sttlllliillillg ol'
on inner ronlllivt lletwevn ulmility to put lmvst loot foremost
mul n llesitancy, tlirougli a lack nt sell-confidence to do so.
Conservative mind. Advisory llome loving. devoted to
lrivnrls nnrl lnmily. Pours nnfl lmrlnonious surrnunrlings
am- lore-ver tlie guiding clesire. Nlarringes are most happy
witln mote-s lmorn lwetwccn Deaf-lnlxer 21 and .lnnuury 20.
xloss ngntf- nnrl vnu-frnlxls are tlieir lortunnte' stomv. .
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DOROTHY LITTLE DOROTHY I-. LUTZ
Urlolmr zo, IQIQ Uibroi Novmnber 2, 1919 fscorpiol
lmln-pc-rule-ru'v ol miml mul nrtion, tliouglit :incl Pxprvssinn.
nn- Ilw outstnnfling troits of your nature, You ure quiclx
nn-nlnlly, witll an pvnn-trnting mul nlmsorlming ruriosity so
tllut you uri- si rvmly stucli-nt. prurorious mul clocile. You
mnlu- mpirl strirlvs in ilu- worlrl nml urs' stnmpml witll ai
lu-en umlmition tin- lhollowing ol wliicli is an intimate nec-cl
witli you. You nn- inte-re-sh-cl in lxrosul, swvf-ping matte-rs,
1-mt lor tllis ri-nsnn you nn- more- lilu-ly to S.-If-fi RI prolffs-
sionnl or urlistir tlmn an lDll5ill!'SS career.
lmlepz-rule-m'v murlis you lor lu-r own. Your scope nnfl
inlluencv may become very wide, lor you lmve tile reol
tliing in tliouglit :incl inlllu-ru'v nnzl lmow llow to expr:-ss
your rirclv. your times, witll torn- mul witlu courage. You
nrv ilu- lrieml ol tlu- umlvr Llog--n sort nl nvcusing nngvl,
ionscious ol' moral and sorinl values mul Pager to impress
your ronvvpts on any wllo Form' witliin your lcon. Emo-
tionully you urv sinrvrf-. lionorulrlv. loyal, nnrl nrflvnt.
THELMA R. McCLUNE
February 6, 1920 fflquariusl
You are intuitive, something of a mystic. leaning on your
hunches and your inspirations and capable of going far,
either toward truth or toward fallacies through the following
ol your swift mental processes. You have a feeling o the
combination ol the real and the ahstract, the ima i ti
and the demonstralole, the mystic and the earthly. whi s
you a loroad hold on all hranches of human knowle and
thought. ln your emotional lile you are ' s , loyal,
HILDA V. MACKLEY
December 16, 1919 fsagittariusl
Sensitive amhitions. Desires physical comlorts. Firm
mentality. Loyal, secretive, demanding freedom ol action
and thought. Should learn tolerance of views. Can he
stuhhorn. Ahle to finish any undertaking with scientific
perfection. The native ol Sagittarius is generally amhitious.
enthusiastic, impulsive, lrank. Vvill never resort to deceit
or trickery with people. The hest mates hose horn
hetween March 21 and April 21 or laetwe 23 and
August 22. The turquoise is the lgcyybne.
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June 23, 1919 lcancerl
This is the sign where the lvloon sits upon her silvery
throne in the cosmic heavens and like a great, hut sometimes
tickle magnet, draws to those coming under its influence the
desire lor sensation and change. innate executive ahility
and sense ol justice. Desires to Uhossu in any undertaking.
Good memory. Quiet personality. Dress neatly in style
and with good taste. The native is sociable and fond of
amusement though often too easily affected hy the world
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VERNA L. MOUDY
April 21, 1919 fAriesl
You are individualist, first, last, and always: you believe
in yourself, you helieve in your own ahility to overcome
the forces of heaven and earth in order to arrive at the
goal ol personal amloition which is so clearly defined in your
mind as to he already an actuality. You express readily
and forcefully and with considerable dramatic ellect. All
in all you are an impressive person and more likely than
not to go places and do things with that excellent quick
MARY E. NYCE
Uctotwr 1'j, 1910 fhihrui
'lihis is an irlvalistiryaspiring. zuivvnturous. ami romantic
position ami Illilxlxhnxt' the- torn: oi high-mimic-cl rlimhing
tht- larlrlvr otddtirnfss. You have' an ahility to sw- things
in tlu- largu- ami to juclgv tlu' luturv hy the prvsvnt anti the
post. whiz ll'llllSxilIl almost proplu-til' quality to your
insight arusl lvlriniglnto P1-oplv te-:ul to rc-spc-rt vou hut
sawn-llu-r tlu-v vlovc- von or not mlm-4-luis on how rvaciil vou
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MARY ELIZABETH PFENNINGER
Svptoruhvr 50, 1919 fhitzrai
You arf- a reaiist. You arrnit intervstccl in generalizations
or ahstractions, your amhition is mic-l-initc ami highly pvr-
sonal: your loyaltivs are to peopie rather than to iris-as: your
loves, your hats-s, your rvsentnu-nts me all tonne-ci in terms
of inriiviriuals. You are me-ntaiiy quiclc, shrewd. and highly
protc-rtivv, with an accurate, ztritifai lninri capahie ot harci
worli anci long scivntiliic analysis. You are ciomancling,
vxarting, a hit vain, mul require- the uitimate in mievotion
if ff, ,Q
I.UCll.I.E RIFE DOROTHY A. SHIRK
luiy 18, 1919 Uimoi
You ara' a W-II intvgratvcl pvrson with an inslinrtivr'
lilltPW'll'llHl' ol. how to lnalu- yours:-ll live' up to tlu- lu-s
that is in you, You art- int:-nsv. svnsitivv anti have souiu
aommon si-ns:-, so that your powvrs ot organization anrl
munag:-nu-nt an- ol' artislir' rn-ation, aiul iiiui goocl przu'tir'al
1-xprvssion. You ara- llvvolml to your homo ami arc- hos-
pinttllt- ami 0lN'll'llt'iII'lt'Kl, with a warm 2lDlH'lfiEllillll ot thi'
llIllll'lIllH'S Ill ttlll1'f' lll'l'S0llS. You Mft' filpklllll' Ol 2if'lliCVitlg l
wizla- rvrognilion lor your pc-rsonal gifts ami talvnts. 50'
t svlriom that pvrsons horn with thvir sun in this sign urc-
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Iunuary 30, 1021 fftquoriusl
Ruiui hy Uranus, tlu' planet ot' tlu' ru-w ag:-, it is not
usual, riiile-rn-nt. oithf-r in apps-aranr'c', irivas or attitucics
towarri lit.-, Critical. vvrsatilv, miaptahie. Natural stu-
zic-nt. love-r ol' naturo ami hoolis. Partirular in cirvss. Con-
svrvativv, acivisory mimi. Gr-niai pr-rsonality, Dr-votvcl to
amily anrl trivmis. ifnthusiasm gone-rator. Thr' hs-st matt-s
aro tuwse horn hetwf-on ixlay 22 ami .lunv 'xl or lu-twf-c-n
wh-mlu-r 23 illltl Ortohvr 13.
MARY SHOWAI -TER
Iunuury 5, 1919 fcupricornl
Rulecl try Saturn, tile great clisriplinarian, tllose tmorn witll
time sun in tlris sign are generally in control nt tltemselves.
Innate executive atiility and a sense ot justice, hence ctesiring
to toe tlwe utwossu in any unclertaliing, flood memory and
vibration tor Iong lite. Quiet personality, dresses neatly.
Ttlritty. Responsive to gooti toort and social pleasures. lout
riisiiiies formality. II timers is a marriage, time iles! partners
are ttlose loom imetween April 21 and May 21 or loetween
August 25 ami Septemluer 11.
Fetwruory 10, 1920 fflquariusl
ixiincl power ami atmility to cietacli yourself trom personal
ronsicterations are your cliiel assets, You can reason timings
out witll a tine, imarel, critirai analysis anci, tiuough being
alwle to lieep your emotions out ot situations, you acilieve
an unusually sane judgment. You can reason from a
minimum ot evirienre ami ttmruugim intellectual suI1tIety can
matte time worst appear time tretter imecause you are sensitive
ami very conscious ot reluutts, pertmaps imagining tiiem wlten
tttey rio not actually exist.
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Rulezi tmy tI1e quiclc, voiatile ixierrury ami symtyolizeci Ivy
tile Twins, one may expect splenriici intellect ami a lite
in many ways ctualistic. Versatile ami usually cimarming,
time Gemini person is frequently sougtit alter tweitause ot tire
airy, Iiappy, caretree Clisposition wltiett tltis sign ldestows
upon tier cllilrtren. Executive atlility and a gooct
sense. Keen Iiumor, restless musical or literary aIniIity.
Ijistinrtive personality, atmle to iranfile tier own alitairs.
I.over ol nature ami imoolis anei likes tile finest Ialwric in
Fetmrunry 17, 1921 !AfllIflftIlSl
Domestically inclined witlr love ol' lamily ami il0lllC.
Atlvisory. Should iiave a gooci voice. Can tie argumenta-
tive. Creative mind. Strong tor social pleasures. gooct
looci. Keen sense ot tlumor witix poor money saving atrility.
Tire Aquarian usually lzimis occupational outlet in unusual
railing wilere tier almost psycilic intuition, in a universal
sense, lincis its tlullest expression ami in sur'I1 activities as
liave prominence in tile new age. Blue sappltire ami jacie
are tlie stones inciicatefi.
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RUTH VVARFEL 1 I ARLENE WERTSCH
August 15, 1920 fI.eol
lxlusiral and literary ahility with marlced interest in art.
Restless. lluent ol speech. responsive to color and rliytlun.
Distinctive. sensitive personality. ahle to handle lier own
nllairs, Minster mind with organization ahility. Possesses
intuition and logic. Should have wide contacts and he
lwlore the puhlic in some leading capacity. Can handle
cle-tails and carry out large plans methodically. You will
llind the person in this Sun in this sign usually is at the
lorelront in her own circle.
February 20, 1920 fpiscesl
Your aesthetic qualities are strongly marked: you strive
lor self-expression through the arts or through religion or
philosophy. Wliatevfer you go in lor, you have a sort ol
concentrated and devotional attitude toward it. You are
strongly sensuous, and you give whatever you touch a
romantic and idealistic glamour. Appeal to the eruotions
rather than to the intellect should he your aim. You have
a deep and active suhconsciousness and hring about the
lluent expression ol it.
HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF '41
l.ower gate . . . hadges. green rihhons, dinlcs.
how ties . . . no malce-up . . . putting all our
"eggs" in one laushel bag . . . Where's Room
C? . . . S25 lor hoolcs . . . What is the Bush?
VVhere?ll Really?l . . . Hurrah for Home-
coming, no more regalial . . . Clever Freshies
putting on the ulVlistletoe Shag" . . . Every-
one lmrolce lnelore Christmas . . . Baclc again . . .
Cramming lor examsl Blue lmoolcs 2 for 5.
Second Semester . . . S20 lor looolcs. Found:
Room Cl . . . "Death Talces a Holiday" avec
"The Tailor-lwlade lxlanu . . . Basketball
champsl . . . Brolce ground lor new louildings
lstill hrealcing our neclcs trying to get in them ll
. . . Ended year with "The Collegiate Hop."
Uclimhing up the ladder" . . . Froshl Pull
in that chin . . . wipe off that grin . . . Learn
that Alma Mater. Step downl . . . Room C
down therel . . . S15 lor hoolcs . . . Bush simply
scrumptiousl . . . Bridge, pinochle . . . ice-
cream cones . . . He's pretty stifll . . . You
won't even craclc a laoolc in therel Who only
allows 5 cuts? . . . saving those lor springl . . .
Sophisticated Sophs present "Swing Quiz"
. . . Novelty "Turkey in the Straw" . . . Hepl
Hepl . . . Home lor money . . . Cramming
again . . . Best way to crily? . . .
Second Semester . We find uAlison's
House" on H520 College Avenue" quite chicl
. . . A young man's fancy turns to . . . Dottie
Hess chosen queen ol the lwlay . . . our beau-
tilul class clehs sharing honors . . .
Hi Bolal Hi Nlary, and all the gangl . .
Sure was glad to see old laces again . . .
"Now listen, you Cherubs fhumfflu . . . Train-
ing School heclcons . . . Teach coyotes how
to play London Bridge . . . S10 lor lnoolcs . . .
some bridge, some pinochle . . . Been loushing?
. . . Flashlight? . . . Campused . . . Wowl . . .
"Junior Diary" tmemoirs of a post-deb in
dignified swing a la model . . . Nlusic lay the
ever-popular La Casa . . . Hitch-hilced home
. . . ul hated to do it hutn . . . l had to open.
that uEncyclop." 2C's . . . semester ends . . .
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March 17, 1917 tpiscesl
You are a somewhat contradictory person. alternately
aggressive and reticent. anal at all times overcoming a lunda-
mental timiclity which your rather expansive personality
belies it one cioesn't loolc below the surtace. You have
private tears, lorelmoctings ancl worries that do not limi
expression in your apparently fearless anct competent manner.
March 26, 1917 fAriesl
Symtpolized by the Ram ancl ruled hy Mars, something
ot the tempesluous nature is not to he unexpected in those
horn with the Sun in this place in the heavens. Selt-reliance
ancl a great hopetulness are always apparent and the native
will holcl himself in high esteem. This is the sign ot the
pioneer. always willing to unclertalce new responsibilities.
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June 15, 1917 ffieminil
You have a cleep, precise, and ahove all, serious mental
outloolc, ranging trom the protouncl to the melancholy but
never trivolous. A certain power ot authority, amounting
almost to pompousness, attaches to your manner ot speech.
You don't merely say things. you state them: and this has
its ettect on your listeners, who will have to have strong
wills not to tall in line with your suhtle reasoning. Nobody
is ever going to sell you any golcl loriclis or phony oil stoclc.
April 5, 1918 fAriesl
This is the sign which hestows great strength and vitality
and a love ot action. Symlaolizeci hy the Ram and ruled
hy Mars, something ol the tempestuous nature is to he exe
pected in those horn with the Sun in this place in the
heavens. Has initiative, creative aloility. Genial personality
and pioneering mentality. Plenty ol sell-esteem. lnnate
executive ability. Good viloration tor memory and long
lite. Unohtrusive personality. Ditticient. Sensitive. invene
tive. Lilcely to lollow many occupations lzvelore tincling one
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Ruin 1 1 ilu' quirlc volutilo lxlr-rvrrry nnrl sylnlmolizr-rl liy
ilu- , om lllily 1-xpi-rt u splvnrlicl intvllf-rt ami rx litr-
in num WM Allltlli!-ilif. VI-lltlllgll lrriglut, cl:-yor and quirk-
witl rl, 1- pf-rson lrorn unfle-r llnis sign is ollon u clnlmlmle-r,
lurn ng n My' living to illlllllN'f in rnpicl surrrvssion. Tlwrc
is n nnola' nu-nlul nnrl pllysirnl ri-stlvssrwss not onsily
ovi-r1'onu-. fzuivt. re-si-rvi-cl, cliglliliml, int:-lligvnt: ol-ten an
lanlx ol :lolz-nnimulion lmut goorl lnusine-ss sr-uso-ollvr pros-
pvrily olong rulturaul lin:-s, prolmlrly lnusir:
Sept:-inlmr 5, 1917 fvirgoi
You lnwf- clmnn, poisv. lmlnnrv, nnrl nclrnirolnlc Common
sa-nso anti you ext:-ntl ilu-st' qlmlitivs to your own intellectual
nnrl rconolnir mlvnntugv. Your lrouncllvss energy, intelli-
gvnrf-, will rnrry you lar. in eitllvr on intellectual unrler-
tuleing or on artistic career. Your vxf-rutive qualilivs are
woll lllRl'li9Ll. also any mental unclertnlcings. You learn
sic-mlily mul vp it up lvoy ' long time. You will always
iso rw-mlinq. st lying, nml ing wllat otlier people lmve
to gin' '
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Svplwnlwr 13, IQIQ lvirgol
St'llSiliYl', original, ilUlll0IililliVt'. invvnlivv uncl amlmitious.
to ln- goocl loolcing. rlvsirm-s tin- goocl timings in lile.
lluvnt ol spot-flu, willl u love' ol rolor mul rllyllnn. lvlvntal
4 npurity, ulmlytirul, t'Ill'fg1'lll2, olxlo to lmmllv Llctuils. Cun-
srivnlious, tllrilty, prompt on lu-c-ping appointments and apt
to ln- ilnpntiz-nt witll tllosn- wllo ore not, Usually Virgo
-rsons Iikf- lo worlt unzlc-r sup:-rvision wllirli. ol Course,
'ml not lllt'tlll inlvrior or nwniol or'1'upntions. ililwy are
'vllvnt Wlll'H'Yl'f mlm-toil is l't'tllIifl'tl. Rvlllvlrllwr Virgo is
1 llIl'llIOKlil'ill sign.
April 25, 1918 IFHIIFIIS,
fluite at prolounrl tllinlwr nncl tl Carelul slurlvnt. You llnve
n vast lunci ol information, stories, quips. Somelliing is
always rominrling you ol sornvlliing. nnrl llw result is lilicly
to ln- tile deligllt ol time nsse-rnimle-rl multitucle. lnfliviflualistic.
versatile, a tighter wllo wins tlw lmttle ol life lay Llirect
Ftllllllill. Pluysivol avtivity will ln- lllilI'lif'll, ami wllatever
lit-lrl you muy lie in you will ln- on ilu' move all tlle time,
not only me-ntnlly, lmut olso plnysivznlly and geographically.
September 5, 1919 fvirgol
Your idealism finds good practical expression. You bave
translated your very intimate type ot ambition into large
symbols and set yourself a liiglm goal at wliicll to aim. Tliere
is a wide strealc oi sentimentality in you. Vvllere your
own emotions come into play, you do pretty mucli as you
please. feeling that your pliilosoptiy in some way justifies
wluat would be mere Ficldeness or sensationalism in someone
else. Your philosophy and your intellec go deeper into
tliings tltan do your emotions.
May 16, 1919 lTaurus,
Symbolized by tl1e Bull. emblem ol' eartliiness, and ruled
by Venus. tliis sign manifests love ol' pllysical and material
comforts. Ttiere is a desire for abundance, for tile com-
forts and luxuries of lite. All tlie arts are embraced by
Venus and excellence may often be acliieved in tliis direction.
This negative vibration is time strongest for financial and
business success. Desirous for material power, energetic,
analytical and skeptical. Always busy mentally and pliysi-
cally. Very reliable and conscientious. Genial personality.
luly 4, 1915 fcancerl
You are able to translate your lmowledge of yourself into
terms of people around you and, in wltatever circle you may
move, tlius gain considerable prestige for being considerate.
Your splendid voice, magnetic personality. and quicli. ac-
curate mincl will bring you acclaim. Tliere is a certain
detacliment about you. wl1icl1, as you appear to dwell in
liigli and magnificent places. can translate this feeling to
otliers and malce tliem feel important.
DONALD KEE SEY
February 28, 1916 fpiscesl
You lmave a judicial type of mind. aware, alert, and
intuitive, relating lcnowleclge, life, principles and ideas strictly
to yourself, and tlien allowing your concepts to talce general
principles. You are naturally reserved. altliougli a vitality
of manner malces you appear less than you really are.
Your sell'-respect is tremendous and, worlring band in tiand
witli your independence ot spirit, carries you along in the
,lily 11, IQI8 4f'fIlIl'l'l'l
Tort is some-tliing you lrauvc- to ln-urn, lor your unroms
promising Irullnlulnvss mul lionvsly lllillil' tart Sl't'lll wastvfl
linu' lo you. You ure' si-nsitiw' ol tht- lr-s-ling ol otlwrs,
mul onu- your liigli spiriti-clnf-ss is rr-im-rl you are ilu- most
sympnllu-tic' :incl umlm-rslnmling ol lric-mls. 'lliis is onf- ol'
llu' rnnrlcs ull tht- iulvmutvrl tllinlcvr. You un- itll-wllislir.
lllllllilllllilflllll in your outloolc, Illlllllillfii lxy gonuinv rlmrity
mul' prolmlx rin an posifmridilfrlnlj il pfnrtipnl. I.
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JOSEPH A. NCCAVITT
lun? 22, 1018 fcuncvrl
ln convvntionality, solrrivty, rlmmcls-r, tllis is vvry similar
to tlif- trim- ol tht- lxloon to Jupiter exe:-pt tlmt it ilocs not
give- you tlu- lrumanitarian and clmritalmle qualities ol' tlmt
expansive unrl goml-nature-cl planet. You incline- to lw
St'l'l0llS, S0llPl', il pl'0lld Rnd l'i'S1'l'V9ll. YOU Nfl' fiipilllll'
ol vonsiflvmlxlv sell-sm'rilire il you tlrinlx your mluty rvquirvs
it. You run and will go lar il' you worli up stvzun in lllc
lmoilf-r so tlmt llw 1-ngine ram go plum-s.
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August 26, IQIR fvirgol Fe ua, 2.1, 1 is , ,es --
You orc- an ronsf-rvntivv. r'onv4-ntionul, wc-ll-lmlnnrf-cl in- Sensitive-. mnlmitious, nutlioritativf-. intellectual. .rvs '
rlivilluail. You uri- intf'rvstv1l in the wr-ll lwing ol your
lrii-mls mul woulcl go out ol your wuy to lm olvliging. You
will lwvvr H'ill'll tlu- vvry lligllvst surrvss in lite nor lie
poor: lnlt will striln- an lmppy rm-rlium anil enjoy lille vc-ry
rornlortulrly, You ure- not wi-ll unrle-rstootl lry llie average
pvrson ln-railisv tlwy nz-vc-r go ln-m-ntl: any surlace. It tlrey
woulrl go nn inrll cle-1-pvr ilu-y woulrl liml ii niurli mon'
-iinu-ri-. wr-ll-nu-inning rlmp,
pluysical cornlorts, coulil llc ve-ry se-llisli ancl sell-rvnterml.
lfirrn mentality. Loyal, se-rrrvtivv, sell-mnliclvlit. irlrls-pvnclc-rlt
tliinlcer. Given tlie responsilrility lie can rarry ri pmivrt
tlirouglr will: sricntilic pf-rle-Ction, Slrould lm an nutliority
in luis own lielfl ol' expression. Slloulcl fullivah- luli-'rancv
ancl nrvorfl to otlmrs tlie lilw-rty ol tlrouglit nml nvtion lu-
ilvlnanrls lor llllIlSf'll-. Altlmugli innntoly tlie disposition is
lcinrl and loving, lmppim-ss is oltvn civnic-cl tlirougli tln- wliole
roursv ol lite.
October 13, 1919 fLil1rut
Ruled hy Venus and symholized hy the scales, this sign
endows the native with a desire lor balance and a deep
love of order, ease and peace. Responsibility hearing, gen-
erous, advisory, argumentative, lover ol lil-e's good things.
Apt to he good looking.--Nlentally a lover ot world travel
and ol' all the hig and heautitul things. It he went into a
new enterprise he should first have to know all the details
of the proposed venture, lor there is an economical streak
PAUL J. MONKAITIS
October 15, 1918 Hsihrat
You will have to watch out tor a tendency to he too
accommodating and ohliging. Your good nature will either
get you in troulale or cause you to he imposed upon. You
are sure of yourself. Creative and artistic force is
strong. You are aware ot social matters that you know how
to please people and you are inclined to he too selfesacrificing.
You are hest when working in impersonal matters.
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,A DENNIS MYERS
September 3, 1916 tvirgot
Lover ol physical comforts, even in clothes, highly sensitive
and intuitive mentally, intended to occupy the limelight in
a leading capacity. Daring, he should watch his desires
lor speed it he doesnt wish to court accidents. Desires
travel, change and the wisdom ohtained through experience.
He is often rendered unhappy through many disappointments.
Cleanliness, neatness, quiet, are passions with the Virgo
person. Vvhat passions are present are largely confined
to the mind, lor there isn't very much emotion in the
temperament, which makes lor ntonservativeness, steadiness.
RQBERT A. NICHOLS
August 29, 1919 fvirgot
You are a pioneer--fearless, philosophic, dynamic, anxious
and ahle to control others and. despite large personal amhi-
tion are capahle of working for the common good. You
are likely to have your own way hut are willing to com-
promise up to a point. You're intensely honorahle and
will not compromise with the truth as you see it. You
aren't interested in tooling or lyamlmoozling others, preferring
August 14, 1919 ffreol
You are iclealistie ancl lil-cely to have your feelings imposed
upon. You are religious according tn some iaith or fashion,
prohahly orthodox, helieving in the reward ol' the righteous.
Your reserve ami timielity are your strength which can he
useri to reat alivantage. You use it mysteriously upon your
lrien s. N tive oi Leo will find much contentment
anti , ity, sheltereml lite, peaceful anci calm.
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luiy 15, 1919 tcupricornl
Shows natural devotion to tamily, advisory. responsihility-1
hearing and usually too good natured. A strong sense oi
humor. creative mental ahiiity along the lines oi law or
mecticai practice. The gooci things ot lite have a very
strong pull with this native. Ruled hy Saturn the great
cliscipiinarian, those horn with the Sun in this sign are
generally in control oi themselves. The tireless energy
and patience of the Capricorn person tits him for many
RICHARD B. SHERKER
Oetoizer 11, 1916 U.itJmi
intuitive, sensitive, intellectually aggressive, authoritative.
Desires physical eomlorts even in flothes. Firm mentality.
loyal, secretive, run he stuhhorn, Desires ireeclom oi action
ami thought. Can linisli anything with scientific perleetion
il given the responsihility. Lover oi nature, and hoolcs.
Sell-reliant, imiepenztent thinicer. Your aims are tif-Finite.
nnri your physical, mental, ami intuitive powers woric in
unison to help you.
March 16, 1919 fpiscesi
Ruled hy the mysterious, suhtle, sensitive Neptune. tile
Sun is generally regarded as heing unfortunately placert in
this sign, rendering the native greatly misumierstooci hy his
teilowmen. He is extremely sensitive anti almost constantly
concerneci with universal values, the higher meaning ot lite.
however much ot his heliets may fluctuate. Arivisory.
riomesticaiiy inciineci. Niagnetic personality. Great mental
capacity, ciipiomatic. apt to he self-sacrificing. Peace loving
anri imitative. Collective. responsive to music, sensitive and
November 1, 1916 fscorpioi
Ruled negatively hy the tempestuous ixiars. that planet
imprints many ol its qualities upon those horn with the
Sun in this sign. Hence the native is usually Firm and
oizstinate. energetic and sell-confident. Sensitive, amhitious.
original and authoritative. Could he inconsiderate. Desires
physical comforts, should have good health, and he mentally
firm. loyal, self confident, independent thinlcer, lover of
nature with strong religious or occult tendencies. Finishes
anything with scientific perfection.
August 26, 1919 fvirgoi
Cleanliness, neatness and quiet are passions this Virgo
person confines largely to the mind. He will make an
excellent statistician or a professional where a capacity lor
detail is required. Proud, reserved, dignified, secretive. There
is danger oi excessive sensuality. Pleasures are erratic. Ex-
cellent tor accumulation ol money. Mind is cralty, subtle.
jealous and introspective. ldeaism ermeates the mind.
Cancer indicates many trips as l a a life full of fluctua-
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November 16, 1912 lscurpibi
This native is usually firm and obstinate. energetic and
sell'-confident. may he the highest kind ol an idealist. Vvhat-
ever he does. once moved in action he does it with all
the gusto and energy oi the lziery Mars. He is usually direct
in his action and his thought. This Scorpio person has
remarlcahle intuition which olten assumes almost psychic
aspect. Refined. philosophical, idealistic. There are signs
ol a preference for solitude and seclusion. lnclines to litera-
ture, painting and music.
ALFRED H. THORP
April 2, 1917 fAriesi
This is a curiously difficult position. presenting a problem
of the emotional and mental natures. You are ambitious.
eager to get ahead and anxious to please people. This
person is highly individualized. You have powerful person-
ality, great ahility hut perhaps sometimes lack inertia. You
are a lover ol the out-ot-doors, haclc to nature. Your
extreme coordination enahles you to have perfect control
and in all prohahility he a true athlete.
GLENN L. VVEIKEL
September 21, 1917 fvirgoi
A sharp, hrilliant. critical mind, with strong mechanical
leanings. You are lilcely to worlc your way to a position
ol respect and authority in mechanics or electricity. Your
manner of speech is quiclc and incisive: hut the words come
out with a clipped force and a curiously inexplicahle charm.
Your judgments hear the marlc ol a certain detachment
that removes the personal sting. You are an individualist
and strive to satisly your individuality realistically.
October 24, 1917 fscorpioi
This aspect in-tween Sun and Moon energizes the mentality
giving drive. iorce, and quickness and perceptive power
to whatever other intellectual gifts you might have, and
warns of letting the mind run ahead ol the body and exhaust
it, An environmental or hereditary hias is set up giving
one ol those psychological quirlcs which malces for success.
Rapid mental development follows, and success through
ahility to ohiectilly and depersonalize your life hy mental
September 29, 1918 fLilzral
Having a fine education and a trained mind malces life
easy. You are just. honorable, and somewhat proud of
your mental achievements. You are anxious to impress
people with your lcnowledge and are very sure oi yourself.
You philosophize a good deal, and may he hard to pin down
to details. You incline to the professions, your mental hen!
heing somewhat more philosophic and academic than the
hent that normally leads to husiness. Keep your feet on
the ground, for an inclination to go into generalities can
destroy your husiness sense.
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Baci: againl Party in Kunlcs room . . . Lights
out . . . Smolcing in outer lohhy only! . . .
Escaped, dangerous love hug . . . "Night of
January 16th" . . . Junior Prom, first time off
campus . . . frilly gowns . . . old sachet . . . Be-
ware ol' those dainty damseisi . . . When you
leaving? Gosh. how l hate to leave the place
. . . New credit system . . . L.et's see. 5D's -i-
2C's . . . Well, quantity hut not enough
qualityl . . . House lights dim . . . Curtain
falls . . .
Zip . . . IO days early . . . Who said
cheruhs? . . . Lesson plans . . . conferences . . .
units . . . roll hook . . . green student teachers
. . . Autumn . . . season of mist and mellow
iruitfulness for . . . those who have teaching
second semester . . . S0 l-or hoolcs . . . no hridge
. . . no pinochle . . . "Oh dear, who said
hushingffi . . . Again no malce-up . . . no
sport coat . . . no sweaters . . . Say. what is
this? . . . Senior play . . . "American Land-
scapeu . . . Citamard Play . . . "Pride and
Prejudicen . . . Football season + Dan Miller
. . . Bang! . . . Pictures talcen . . . some lun . . .
announcements ordered . . . measured for
gowns . . . application letters written . . . inter-
views . . . suhstitute worlc . . . friends auto-
graphing cherished yearhoolc . . . Candid
camera . . . farewells . . . how dear to our
hearts . . . goodbye . . . Alma Nlater.
RICHARD F. BRENNER
Marcin 5, 1915 fpiscesl Innuary 19, 1918 Kjopricornl
Because tlie Piscean generally lives in a world of llis own
creation, a strange loneliness is often attriiouted to liim.
it is time sign of a dreamer and poet and tiiose born under
its vibrations are rendered impractical in a practical world.
A propensity to sell-sacrifice sometimes results in time Piscean
ioeing too easily influenced iuy liis environment and made a
tool ol: otliers. Natural student, firm in convictions. Lover
oi nature. Refined and cultured. intrr qctive, witli reli-
gious or occult learning. Particular, '
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Illllf' 29, 1919 Urol
You will malxe an excellent lluslmand and provider, Nlay
iw argumentative at times, but is apt to ive lcept from reacli-
ing luis goal tlmrougli too little strengtli or lack of time. The
native is dignified, noble and capalwle of rising to positions
ol wealtli and power. Tile nature is generally lcinrl, gener-
ous. socialale, altlaougli sometimes assuming and imperious.
Time native llere will find it difficult to adapt himself to
inlverior positions, luis nature and almilities demanding respon-
siimility ol a lxigli order.
You are liiglwly aware of your world, especially of tile
seriousness and sorrow of people. You iiave an insiglit
into tlieir liearts and lives wliicli seems intuitive. You are
a moralist and a humanitarian: you tiiinlc in terms oi t
wliole mass of society witli a real personal feeling for tli
underprivileged. Tlirougli e development oi vtliis '
and your own insiglit an s ipatlwetic n s W u can
go far and acliieve c si r orespmin .
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MARGARET A. DITCHEY
November 22, 1919 fscorpiol
Tin-rv is never any doubt about wliere you stand, your
mental activity. your awareness oi tile world around you.
and your willingness to express wliat you tl1inlc and feel,
color your opinions witli an amazing lionesty. Awareness
ol time world makes you volulmle in expression old political
opinions. in any Case. you are a liigllly critical person.
iuotli of otlmer persons and of alastract, artistic or literary
VVALTER P. GIBBI .E
fvlyruury 8, 1911 fflquuriusl july 26, 1915 flzeol
novo an lnigluly pu-rsonolizc-cl uppronrli Io liiv, mul oven
ou am- uiosl lllll'lll'l'llIill, mos! .Ir-fm-In-fl, lnosl nl:-
in your tliinliiug mul rc-osoniug, ilu-rv is o slrong
mule-flying molil' mul o :le-vp ronsriousnf-ss tliol
imporlaml, You on- nmgnc-lir. romnmnxling, intel-
lrrilliunl oncl inls-use-: mul you tmnslnlv to your
n svnsc- ol' your own iIlllNll'lZllN'!' iluil is llypnulic.
nol o supf-rlirinl pc-rson. ln-ing cl:-vp oml inlensfn
nmy uppvur supf-rl'i1 inl llirougll your sf'll'-uinsorplion.
You lmow wlu-n lo liglit oml wlien to go away. A com-
luinolion ol oggrs-ssion oml rf-rf-ssion, urcuruh-ly lime-fl lo suit
llw m-mls ol llw worlcl, brings you succvss. You nn' no
moworcl in ony svnsc ol llie wonl: lm! you unclersioncl Ilif-
vnluc- ol mol:-riol expezliency, lliougli in moral issues will
noi givf' on lllfll, Tlius you ore' H gooml liusinvss lllilll willi
an lorgi- slroin ol' liumonilorionism, so tlmt you are nlmlo
lo lu- siirrosslliil willioul lwing lmrml-lmoilecl. You orc ii
lcuuulrv 11, 1017 ffiuprivorul
llu' quoliliu-s wliimli sm-nl you will: ilu- sa-ul ol SIIITPSS orc
ol, imnginolion. lorvsiglil, l,l'ilYll'SSl1!'SS, Sl"li-I'UIIlilll1'IN'f',
illlil llIlNlilllll'lllill llOHl'Sly ol IIIITINXSP. VYllif'll yflll lN'Vl'l" lose
siglul ol lor an momvnl. lour nmlrilion is imporlzml to you,
lvul your lionor mon- so. olul il you lnul lo snrrilim- one
or Ilu- ollu-r, il woulml ln- your mnliilion. You ron SlICI'l'l'll
in 'llllllll lil:--lllougll il ruggvcl lIllllViilIHlllSIll lirvnlis clown.
llnis won'l lu- lrua- ony long:-r. You ure lluinnniinrinn,
Ioly 28, 1918 fllvol
You lmvo llw lwsl possilrlv insuronrv ugoinsl wont mul
pow-rly lor no ninth-r liow limi tlnings muy iw. you nlwoys
si-vin lo go! wluii you nec-Ll. You simply lmow liow Io gel
your mom-yis worlli uncl, lu-ing ull:-rly loir nnml llonornlmlv,
nn- just ns willing lo give- loir Villllf' VVll0l1 youirf- on ilu-
sr-lling c-ml. Nvlwllwr you orc' pronlinvni nnrl powf-rl-ul
or quir-I mul rc-scrvr-rl, your cliorzivtslr wins you rospm-cl on an
if-rluin pn-slige uml oullaorily in vvliuh-'vc-r splu-ro you move-.
ljelrruary 29, 1920 fpiscesl
l,aclcs sell-esteem. Diplomatic, peace loving. responsive to
music. Collective, imitative. Very particular in clress ami
language, clesiring always to give a prosperous appearance
regarclless ol tlne actual amount in tlle llanlc. Sensitive.
inilepenrlent mentality witll lligll ideals, Lilies to lllaze lier
own trail. Daring. witll promoting almility. Tliis native
lmorn uncler tlie sign ol Pisces is sensitive. receptive ancl
imaginative. Excessive slnyness ancl too great susceptilmility to
environmental inlluences are to lme guarrlerl against.
August 8, 1918 Halal
ixlincl power is your strengtll anfl your wealiness. lt is
your strengtll lxecause you are rational, capalxle ol figuring
timings out analytically, and oi grasping cletails and intricacies.
lt is your weakness lrecause tlrrouglx albsorption witll mental
matters, you are lilcely to neglect tlme emotional siile ol your
lite. You are a conscientious stuclent and worlcman. suc-
ceecling, lmest in personal or inrlependent types ol intellectual
activities. You luave to lme carelul tllat too murln mental
worli cloesnit procluct nervousness Hall worlc ancl no play-H
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E. DONALD JACKSON
Nlny 21, 1919 frllaurnsl
Your ailalrility, sunniness, goocl looks, and general easy
iiflfl gl'RCl0llS llli'll1Ilf'l" CUYICCHI Ei VOIP ol llafd pUI'pOS6. You
give grouncl witli a smile, you yielcl iup to a pointi, you lmacli,
and lill, ami sasliay arounrl tactlully ancl cliarmingly, laul
you never lorget lor a single instant wllat you want. You
HFC to l1llllPI'SlHflfl p60pll' l'K'l'2lllSt' yOU I1I'lClPl'Sl2illLl y0Ul"-
sell. You are inrlepenclent, a sell-starter capalvle ol going
lar, anrl youill rarely asli lielp lrom time outside.
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FREDERICK S. KRING
Decemlzer 20, 1019 fsagittnriusl
Honor is your gocl: all your energies. your amlmitions, your
strong love ol nature are lwasezl and rootecl in your concept
oi lmnnr. Vlilirougli energy. definite aims, ancl integrity, you
are lilcely to go lar anrl win wide admiration. respect. ancl
rlignity. You are intellectually pllilosopluic, lrroad-minclecl,
imaginative. anrl creative, so tlwat any sclleme you envisage.
or any goal at wllicll you imagine yourselli, lwecomes very
nearly an ilCK'0lllpllSllBLl lact wllen you llave tlle picture
clearly in mincl.
MABEI. M. LYNCH
Nolwrniwr 1.1, IQI8 fscorpioi
'Huis is a visionary ami icieaiistir polarity oi' Sun ami
Nioon. Priric- is strongly maria-ri in you, ami you set grvat
store- ily int:-iii-rtuni ami artistir' arrompiisiinn-nt, so tilat your
l7l'I'!if'l'iiUlliSi spirit may iimi expression in some iuigix form
oi' artistir IHTUIIIpIiSIllllf'l1'. You arf- a powvriui and inde-
pi-mif-nt iilit"tkf'f, a gooci stucif-nt, bringing a piliiosopily ami
vie-wpoint oi your own to in-ar on intf-iiertuai ami sorial
proixim-ms ami so iiiwiy to iw iniiuc-ntiai in moiciing tin'
opinions of tinosi- aroumi you.
MARY ANN BICKELVEY
Iuiy 11, 1910 ffonceri
You are aimie to translate- your iinowieiige of ynurseii into
tvrms of tile' peopir- aroumi you ami, in wimtever Cirrie
you may movr-, tilus gain consicif-raimin prestige for being
umivrstanding, sympatiwtir, ami ronsicierate. You imve ix
lim' oixierttivf- inteiis-rt, 4-apairiv oi iargv vivwpoints, espe-
riaiiy in sociai matters. Tilis, romirim-ci witil a critical.
srie-ntiiir, ami arruratc' mimi, ran win you nimost any
amount oi nrrinim you want to iooii for.
KATHRYN F. MARTIN
JANE l.. NOVVRER
Ionnory 3, 1010 K'opric'orni ,armory 4, IQIO ffoprivorni
XVH. iim-my ami uminition romirim- to tain- you a iong
way, You nn- a voiuiriv ami 1-xpn-ssivr person witii a sense
oi vnim-s ami ciisirimination ami an aixiiity to nmicc your
opinions ii-it. in tin- worifi oi imivas you are iiiiz-iy tn iw
an powvr, wiwtili-r tiuat worifi is narrow ami iimitrri or imromi
ami im'insiv1-. A sort oi' nervous vntinusiasm pervacii-s aii
tiuat you rio-an l'llillll4i2lSlll tilat works on nerve force
ratiwr tilan pilysiiai vitaiity.
You ronrvai a iargv amount oi' timiciity umior a ralilvr
impressive exterior. Your best position in life is iounci
!i1tIll1'XVilPYC' in tin' mimiciic' ranic--not as a rornpivtc suimrriinatc
ami not as n top r-xvrutivz-. You arv iligil-strung ami iligiliy
organize-ci and civmami satisfaction of your desires. You
ilavf- 1-xreiivnt prinripivs ami won't equivorate nn time-rn: you
stami square-iy ami aixsoiuteiy for tin- ilonomimie course.
You arf' ronvvntional, no mattvr ilow vrratir you may appear.
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DALE MURPHY RUTH L. MYERS
August 16. 1920 fleol
The person with his sun in this sign is usually at the
loretront in his own circle. The nature is generally kind,
generous, sociahle. The native will find it dillficult to
adapt himself to inferior positions, his nature and abilities
demanding responsibility and authority ol a high order.
Puhlic spealcing or almost any vocation where the native
is at the front of things, getting the attention and respect
which he demands and sometimes deserves is suggested.
L.. Qi its
Iune 7, 1919 fGeminii
This adds an element of luclc to the life and will tencl
to strengthen any good, or minimize any evil. It inclines
to a strong. sound hocly and an ahility to take the ups
and downs ol the world in your stride. Nvhile it will not
negate in any large degree the difficulties of the powerful
aspects. it will cushion the hlow. give you internal resilience
and external poise, as well as an elastic power to hounce
lwaclc to normal.
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RUTH P. NESTLEROTH KERN G. PANEBAKER
November 28, 1919 fsagittariusi
You are a builder, willing to start at the bottom ol a
career and work your way deliberately to the top. This
may make you an actual architect or it may make you
figuratively an architect of your own late, laying your plans
lar in advance, and worlcing soundly for their accomplish-
Hlent. You have RH QXCCIICHI balance of holdness and
reticence, aggressiveness and tact. Your judgment is excel-
lent. and you lcnow exactly how each hricli is going to lzit
in the eventful product.
June 19. 1919 fGeminil
This adds stahility to the character and in some degree
to the fortune, giving an element ol luclc to the economic
status and hroadening the mental outloolc. lf creative power
is shown, this will give it great breadth. scope, and social
humanitarian appeal. This aspect accompanies spiritual
thought and spiritual leadership: and is found in the execu-
tives ot the Church and ol' spiritual and occult organizations.
it gives you a spiritual insight into the affairs ol earth.
SARAH AZELIE RICE
RUTH M. ROGERS
l'1'Ilrllllry I, IQI7' fflquuriusl Illllllllfy 25, 1910 fflqllarillsl
You Inova- Iiiglu vitolity. roumgv. niognonimily. A rrcrtain
nnlount ol mote-riol Iuili, ovvu in oclvorsity, will always
Iuovvr orouml to prvsvrvm- you Iron: Ilw worst Irlows tlmt tlle
unite-riol worlml nvigllt otlwrwisv tl:-ol you. Rosponsilwilitivs
ili-volvo on you vorly in Iilvf- mul tIic-y clisrourage you sono--
wluut, rousing you to willulrow into yours:-Il, You clislilu-
r'ompl'Iition unfl wont rliic-lily IIN- worI1I to Ioove' you alone-.
IIIIH- Iwst lnuti-s on' tlloso Ilorn In-Iwo:-n Nloy 21 ontl .IUIIP 21
or In-Iwi-on S1"DlI'IltlN'f rg oncl Urtolwr 23.
fine' ol tln' intl:-xos ol' Iong Iitv, ii strong pliysivol Iwroclity,
onrl viloIiIy. In rulmlition to tllesv pllysifnl qualities, you Imve
o progressive- nu-nIoI oulloolc, strongly tingcfl witli originality.
mul ony plons tImt you orgonize will lie pusI1ccI tllrougli
witli o rc-rtnin msluu-'ss onrl conipri-Iiension ol total results
tllot Imit ports logotlmr strongly. Organization, c-itlier ol
unclc-rtolcings or ol' Icnowlemlge, is your strong point. Your
originality is not tingecl witll Iliv Iiizorrf-, Iwut Iias a wliolv-
sonn- prortirol quolily olrout it.
RUSSILLI, Y. SEAISER
Ionoory zo, IQIO Kfopricornl
Norm-s, in ont- lI0I'Ill or onotlwr, will lu' o PIOIBIPIII to you
mon- or I4-ss vonlinuously. You Imvo an pliilosopllirol llltllil
jumping lroin tlu- portifulor to tliv gf-norol os iI Ivy seconml
noluri-. oncI si-4-ing tliings, pvopls-, prolilc-ins, in Inrgf-, rotlier
tlion slufilqir' tvrnis, 'I'I.r- clvvotionol Illfllili is strong in your
noturv. oml you Ivnrl to ritualistic' ou'0ptnnC0 ol some
ri-Iigion. 4'o1Ic', or Inuit- svt ol Iwlii-ls to wllirli you l'f'Iill1'
IIN- Ilirc-urls ol your pliilosopliy oncl nmlu- ai worliing icloology
lor your IiI.-.
April 2. 1920 fAriesI
You Imve- oxlroorclinory Imusinz-ss iumlginent oncl tllrougli
ronsorvativv oncl sounrl tactics usually I1uiIcI yourself a
l0l'lUnl'. You HH' Lllll"il-COITVCIKIIOIHII. You HIC S0 SEll1'C0l'l'
IroIIf-CI yoursoll. tlmt you rIon't unclerstancl wlly otller people
Inova to In- olllorwise. You arch pe-one-loving oncl wisli notlling
Iwtter tliun to Iive in Imrmony witli your If-Ilownlf-n, nltlmugli
you orrn't f'spe'CioIIy toleront of IllPlll. You Imverft had
tIu- eoiolionol vorivly to your life to lllElkC you umlvrstamling
ol' Iiumon wr-olcness.
RUTH E. SHICKLEY
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October 8, 1920 fLil2ml D A, i920 ffiriesl
Your reserve and sllyness are your strengtlms, for in soli-
tude and timidity you lmuild up strength and inner poise
wliicli, when expressed in time world, lends your personality
a peculiar cllarm that comes from your reserve. You are
capalzle of grasping alwstractions and intricacies, lzotli mentally
and emotionally and you llave a triclc oi appeari very
olwvious and plausible wlmen you may ine actua yl very
sulotle and involved. You can cliangbe lrom x nsive to
Ylqliere are daslx and vitality lwere. proceeding lrom an
alert, quiclc mind, eager lor knowledge, alwsorptive. and
magnetic. You are alale to see all sides ol any question
from time otlmer lellow's viewpoint as well as your own: tllis
malces you tolerant and intelligent, a good listener. a lair
opponent in a detached intellectual encounter. You are
capable ol a good deal of mental objectivity: large ideas
appeal to you, and you can tliinlc almstractly, Artistic and
intellectual matters interest you.
secretive in a minute. f
August 18, 1919 fleol
You are inventive and meclianically inclined and are
lilcely to lie a mechanical genius. Electricity. railroads.
steel and meclianics of all sorts are tile natural media in
wllicli you work, and your liiglily original tone of mind will
find new uses and combinations in connection with all timings.
On time intellectual side, you are critical and analytical-
df-tacliecl, and impersonal ratlier tlian emotional.
ESTHER E. WENGER
lime 2, 1920 fGeminil
Your emotional and intellectual sides are nicely blended
and give you a good deal ol quiet cliarrn and magnetism.
Your intuitions are strong. and your critical faculties are
aided lmy innate good taste. You are likely to lxave time
wislm to create artistically. You l1ave, in any case, a genuine
appreciation ol loeauty. poetry and music. Tllis aspect also
supports tlie llealtlw and aids tlle general material welfare.
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Gotty, tio you reatize ttlut your pride unit
joy tifj is ttiree-tourttis ot tile wuy ttlrougti crot-
tege? t.oot4ing imurtt over ttlis junior yeur, it is
certainty oimyious to me ttmt it is one ttuit witt
never tue torgotten. it just ctoesnit seem possitmte
ttmt so many events ot suctl great importance
fun ire puetiect into one stiort year. iiy ttiis time
t guess we can tmoust ttult we ure reutiy grown
up. fiosti, even tile soptiomores ure tmeginning
to iooti up to us. Vve iunve onty ttlis summer
tett in wtiietl to cteveiop ttiut ctignity tor wtiieti
time seniors are tmnous.
Uur eiuss eertuinty tins tmeen going ptuees
ttiis year. Tile .iuniors on tile toottmtt squact
were tile strong tintcs in ttie iong Ctmin
of victory ttmt wes torgect tiiis year. Donit
ttlinic tor il minute timt our taients end ttiere.
ri-ilC Juniors ure weti represented in Citamard,
ttresittent. .,.......,...,. Artiiur i tuntmy
iiirensurer, ..,..... Xviiiienn ixinrtin
Secretary ......,....,..,., i'ny i'mtey
Virefttresimient ..., .... I totmert tngun
ttie ciioir, time Snapper, unct most ot ttle ottmer
etutJs on ttie campus, not to mention our stu-
ctent government ixocty.
ttonestty, Btu, t know ttiut it souncts as
til0lIQi1 i were tarugging an uwtui tot, tmut t just
runit tieip it tmeeuuse i teet so prountt Conti-
ctentiuiiy. t tiiiniq ttmt il great pilrt ot' time erettit
goes to our etuss cteans Niiss Cuton anct Dr.
iioyer. Ttley ure uiwuys rigtlt ttiere wittl tile
necessary axctyiee unct assurance.
Hint. ttis utmost time tor time Junior Prom
anti my uiiowume tiusnit come yet. i just eunjt
uttorct to miss ttmt extra-speeiut event.
Before i sign ott tor unotiier yenr, ixiom, I
guess i tmct tmetter tett you ttmt my iutest report
earct wiit tue in time next maii. Vvtien you get
it pie-use try to rememtper ttmt iiii oniy ine young
Your Devoteci Ottspring.
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Secretary .. ..., ,. .,..,......... iviercedes Flynn
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W ,off Fiashiu The ciass of y 5 has arrived for their
second year. What iuni Worrying the poor
Freshies with those rules and regaiia. Why,
We're upperciassmen nowi
Fiashiii Election extra! Vveyve chosen
Alan, Rog, iViyrt, Vvrinnie, and Norm to he our
leaders this year. Vveii, Good!
Fiashiii An undefeated ioothaii teami And
ii you don,t think the Sophs were in there
plugging, just turn hack to the sports page!
Fiashiii Vve hold our first social affair of
the year, the Dogpatch Party. Daisy Niae and
Lil' Ahner hoid sway for the night'-and who
couid forget those Skunk Hoiiow Boys?
Fiashiii Basiqetioaii season turns our interest
toward the cagers. And from the first game to
the iast-halt the team were sophomores!
Fiashiii Thne for sociai things again. And
what a time was Nieiodie Time! Red Mc-
Carthys was the hand. Look among your
souvenirs for that program-and remember the
fun you had!
Fiashiu And Springtime came! Baseioaii,
vioiet picking, rippiing iaice r- and the young
Soph's fancy tightly turns toward thoughts of
. . . of next year!
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Registration . . . tiustte anct tmustte to get
unpactcect anct setttect . . . Frestnnan tests . . .
ts cottege as tmact as ttris? . . . wear your regatia
. . . no matte-up, girts ,... putt ttl0S6 tams ctown
anct keep in step . . . Hey, trostm, potistl my
stioes . . . ntine upu toctay . . .
Class etection . . . posters, tmoasters . . . NVll0.l'6
you votin' tor? . . . tit. Society rustmees and
rustiers . . . Noxxfs ttwe time tor every good man
to join a society . . .
Big :tate . . . band first rate tStar Dusters,
. . . l:l"0Sll stiinclig . . . sighs, otl myvs . . .
Exams, exams, and weyre safety ttlrougti one
semester . . . some ctrop out, anct new ones drop
in . . . New profs, new tmootcs . . .
Bustiing, waiting, wistiing . . . new romances,
more ctances . . . music smoottw, in ttie groove
. . . more etections, time tor selections . . .' again
weyre fronted wittm tinat tests, soon time tor a
rest . . .
. . . Vvett, txetto, Soptmt
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Seniors opened sociai caiendar witil Dicic Feeser piaying for "Moon-
iigilt Cruise" on tiae iower ciecic . . . Gctoioer 5, 1940.
Dog Patcil styies were created by tile Littie AiJner's and Daisy iViae's
wilo attencieci tile intormai party ioy time ,45er,s . . . October 26, 1940.
Nigilt Ciuio atmospilere strucic tile gym wilen tile Junior ciass gave its
patrons a tzioor si1ow anci everyttling tilat goes with it at uciub ,42n . . .
November 23, 1940.
Time ciass of 1941 showed tileir dramatic taients in presenting Elmer
Rice's "American Landscapef' a patriotic play of time Daie family, wimicil
stresseci American Democracy . . . December 7, 1940.
Tile Frostl renewed tiie oici time feud between tile Martin anci Coy
cians in time guise of an iniormai usilindign oi mofiern and barn ciancing
to tile tune of time Star Dusters . . . December 15, 1940.
uiVieiociie Time" featuring nReci" iVicCarti1y's swing was one of tiie
most successiui semi-tormai dances ileid on tile campus ttlis year ciue to
time unique ideas of time Hsociain Sopiis . . . March 15, 1941.
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Eoliioriol Staff: Edwin Summers, Catherine Stnrnpf, Dorothy Brn-
baker, Annette Evans, Ruth Warlel, Robert Nichols, Barbara Kienzy,
Donald Jackson, Frank Peoples, Riohard Dennis, Maroella Nissley.
Millicent Jones, Jane Wnesohinski, Helen Saylor, Norman Sharpless.
Tom Harris, Dorothy Neal. Business Staff: Henry Shissler, Henry Ferich,
Louise Wall, Carolyn Jacobs, Dorothy Lutz. Sioff Photographers: Bruce
Romberger, Jay O'Neil, Ray Rowe, Glen Werner, Edison Engle. Staff
Ariistr Laurence Olewine.
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November I, 1940 Number 7
"AMERICAN LANDSCAPE" ELILIAN T. MOWRER T0
CHOSEN AS SENIOR PLAY lLECTURE HERE NOV. 11
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Elmer Rlces American Landscape, To Speak on ulournalistfs wifen
has been chosen as the annual Seniorj 1
Class play to be presented in the' ln Chapel at 845 P' M'
Chapel 017 Saturday UVEUAUK' Decvm-Z Lilian T. Mowrer, wife of the pron'
bel' n finent journalist, and herself a writl
Wlih American DCWUCYHCY HS fhefof no mean reputation will be pre
theme, American Landscape. publish- j sented he,-Q in the Chapel by the Er
ed only last year, relates the story terminment Cmqmittee at 3:15 P, n
of the Dales, an old and proud family Mondp- um. november 11.
of Dalesford, Connecticut. up-as as
ily is suddenly faced n th
Mowrer's first as
first it seemed rs
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and 3 day men.
cnmprise 57 day is lil
2 dormitory women, and
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Each weelc for the past school year you've piclced up your Snapper
and anxiously scanned its pages for news, gossip, sports and novelties-hut
haven't you often wondered what goes on behind the news and how this
paper came into being? For the inside dope let us peep in on a Snapper
meetingl . . . lt's Wednesday, 12:40. Reporters, feature writers, editors and
staff members slowly saunter down the steps into the Snapper room. Alter
repeated efforts to quiet an enthusiastic group, Editor Eshleman raises his
voice and makes the assignments for the paper which is to appear the
following weelc. While all this is going on Carolyn Jacobs and Irene
Troutman are typing at the deslc. Dot Buclcwalter, malce-up editor, is
checking her material, and Hilda Adams is checking the material that has
been assigned. The argument in the other corner involves Buclc Fagan,
Norm Sharpless and Henry Shissler-it's all over who's going to write
what on the sport page.
Old and new business is talcen up-that is Halter a fashion." Helen
Saylor, in no quiet manner, inquires as to "VVho's got a snap for the
gossip column?" Then Mill Jones wants to lcnow why her last short story
did not appear in print. This brings a laugh from everyone-the title of
the story loeing Screws Loose, as only Mill could 'write it. A dictionary
would have to accompany each copyl All other incidental business is
handled, and with that the bell rings and the meeting is adjourned. Yes
. . . lt's all in the life of a Snapper reporterl
The 1941 Staff has cooperated exceptionally well. Each member has
done his part to bring the best possible paper to the students. However,
special recognition should go to the editors and a most capable and helpful
MENS DAY STUDENT ASSUCIATIO
Comes fall . . . and ttie boys are again :mfr in the Milla.-Q tmeiow tide 1,016
in time groundu . . . Frestlmen dislike catacomtds so mucti ttiey torget to come to
iine-up . . . are ctiastised, ttle way ot att trostl . . . tast yearis otticers were iatatists,
tiiereivore spent att our money . . . so we donit tlave a smoker ttie iirst semester . . .
dirtiest game on earttl partaicen ot by tlardy day students . . . we caiied it toottnaii
. . . red-tiot competition in tile oid gym at noon . . . noivody caiied it tmasicetimait . . .
snow tails . . . unsuspecting trosii stops a quantity oi snow in iuti iiigilt . . . resutt,
two iyiacic eyes and fewer discipline protriems . . . pinoctiie majors tlave ttleir day
tgood and imadi . . . ping-pong imas vanished . . . aiso ping-pong equipment . . .
janitor tlas requisitioned a snow-piow . . . cigarette imutts imewaret . . . we get along
surprisingly weit wittl our cousins upstairs . . . ati except time music department . . .
seniors are iooicing iorward to iiirst sigiit ot daytigtlt in tour years . . . underciassmen
are ieryentty iloping tor a ctrange ot scenery . . . ttiere migftlt even ine iigjilts in tile
next one . . . seniors are expecting dipiomas written on paper iuncti-lungs . . . taut
we toyed every bit oi iti . . .
M iN,S CQMMU ITY ASSUCIATION
scraping cilairs . . . Smoke iiiiieci room . . . ixiuiti-cotorect robes anct pajamas
. . Raiseit voices . . . flueries . . . How tiley bitini? , . . Vvbat goes on tonite?
Cali to orcier . . . No quiet . . . firactuai silence . . . Reacting ot tile minutes
. . . Any oiri business? . . . Any new business? . . . Any business? . . . How
lnucii in time treasury? . . . Vvtiat to rio wittl it? . . . Vviio gets it tonite? . . .
Niore raiseci voices . . . i.et's go to bert . . . Aw stick-a-rounct . . . Nir. Nave
bas a ivew worcis . . . Lengtby lecture . . . Sleepy students . . . Clock runs
clown . . . ite sits clown . . . ixianiiin rises . . . iwtanicin speaks . . . Comes tile
revolution! . . . Kunkie ztict it . . . As usual, uDoc" Kring orates . . . General
ctisrespect . . . lntermurai sports . . . Btab . . . Biaii . . . Btab . . . No . . . Yes
. . . Maybe.
Anotber note . . . Guest speaker . . . Bernie mounts tbe rostrum . . . Subtle jokes
. . l.augbter . . . VVowt . . . iternie gets serious . . . ixiore iaugbter.
ixiore Iormaiity now . . . New civic improvements . . . New iigbts . . . Dining
room rules . . . Sanitary precautions . . . Preparing for a tea . . . Vve surprise tile
girls . . . VVbatta year! . . . Democracy reigns.
7 , int ucing to if u tile representatives ot ttxe
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ct rmitory t'c1N1Q40-41 . . . conscientious . . .
n era te . . . ciearfiueacieoi and congeniai
ASSUCIATION . .
. . . say naught ot ttuittrness.
5 Representatives from eacix Ciass-pius two
tacuity advisers--and our dean tWVilO is Mtopsn
NV' in our language? have rione 'spar exceiientn in
Aft -I iwanniiing inevitaioie protaiems ot ttie ctorm.
it The annuai attairs . . . Niontiiiy teas-Room
7ZVL"""l9 fggqlm, Ur, Contest,-rflpen House-Ttlat crazy Ctlapei sicit
' -and iwlOti1Cl',S weeic-enci have tween carried ttlru
with an unusuai zest, repaid imy a supreme tilriii
Oil, yesi Successtui business cieaiings-
popsicies-fseiiing ot stationery and time rum-
mage saie aii tlave served to repienisi1 the
The spienciici woric ot ttme oiticers-supported
toy time Cooperation ot' time Ciorm Ugaisn--iias made
for a successtui year CilUCii6C,i tuii ot activity
and enjoyment, aiways to be retaineci in our
memories ot Niiiiersviiie.
VVelromel . . . Day Student Girls' head-
quarters . . . Sicle cloor, Froshl . . . XNhere's
my "Big Sistern? . . . Any hooks to rent or sell?
. . . Be a fourth at hriclge? . . . lwlass meeting at
12:50 toclay . . . No eating in this room . . .
veaseless Chatter . . . hlare of the raclio .
paging ol magazines . . . lsn't that a swell iclea
lor an evening gown? . . . Thanksgiving Tea
lc-aturecl . . . Santa Claus at annual Christmas
Party . . . svacls to eat . . . Welfare today . . .
new carcl tahles needed . . . how about those
tapestries? . . . Vvatch the rug . . . Finished
with your lunch? Then clean up this messl
. . . hot in here, how about opening some
winclows? . . . Aren't there ever any towels left
lor me? . . . Card Party held with hoarding
girls . . . lots ol lun . . . Spring lever . . .
Farulty honored at tea . . . Did you see that
noiive in the mail box? . . . Are there any
hrolcen pretzels in the Can? . . . ls it all right if
l owe the candy stand a nickel? . . . Beautiful
models in lashion show . . . Welfare laanquet
. . . Lawn Party lor High School gracluates . . .
Another season closes.
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Hflffiiy' ilild til? SHIUIKP Ci9Z1l'PCt Up'-tilt' Cillnpfligit FOI' HPNV ill0llIiJ0l'S NYHS
vspvfiuity tu-en tliis year-wiien the ijugeitvs izntxrictwct out in tiwir zlvtivitics tor
tiw new year witii il imng.
Xvittl tilt' nrt Contest, Cillllt' .infic i:iSil0l' unit iron Ninrtz, NVil0 rope-iltvct tilvir
il0ll0l'-f,ftliilt'FillQ vin some rvuiiy iiinv worix.
Xviien our super toottmit tvam rmne tiirougti llI1CiPiiPilif'Ci tor ttw tirst timv in
Ni. 5. hi. Cfs tiistory. Page rose royuity to tiw occasion witit a niity iootimii tropiiv.
wiiicti now rf-poscs nmjestiraiiy witti our voiiection oi nwarcts.
ptr. Rzunsvy, til? internutionui forresponctcnt, irvstl from iiuropv. jostivct us
nwiltic witil tlis summing up oi ttw iorvign situation.
it is tilis organization wtiifii inns inuctv us Hcuiture l'0tlSi'i0lIS' '... nvw imooics
tor ttu- iiimrnry, pius ttw presentation, woviiiy, oi ttw uixietropotitun Opera iiuiic-tin."
Come-s tim Spring, inorv ijzxge-sponsorvct vontests ....' ite-nnis, urrtlc-ry. nmt
igilftlllilltllll contests tor ttlf- atilictic' .... ijtlotogfrzxptly fontcsts ior time artistic' ....i A
spelling iw? tor the county iligil sctioois ..., Fun, compctition, tiiriiis tor uii.
Ttlo woric oi time organization unct ttw untiring f-ilergfy oi its tvucivrs is prim'-
ticfliiy trzutitionui on tim Campus. No nvvct to turn ovvr El now HiJ2lQt'.-i
P GE LITER RY SOCIETY
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nucplmn wasc'vrlninlym1v Qruml way ol muliing lllosv ll0lN'l.IIl l'l'f"lllll1 ll lf cl
ul lmmc-. ll-llc ll1'lkl'YNllX ol sr lltllllfl Ill
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liglllm-cl lmy llu- lolloxxingg llvulllrr-sz sr-xvrnl piaum ac-lm-climls lay C11-urgv liurrmx'
am ilulc-uwlillgl slam-mln lmy 5lr. ljfillllillll fl. llunlmm, .mel al lmrilom- mln lry
flush ol lllv mu
sl Cllillyilllli' lima-s ul lllm' x'1'nr was llle "nl l nl lmx clunu ll,
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NllI'l'lX gm-Q lo prow- llml Nlillc-rsvillv girls il!'l' sm-uwsllll cwmorlx.
OR TAL LITERARY SUCIETY
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Y. W. C. A.
Presittent ....... ....... F tary Etten Frymire
Vicefpresittrnt ..... .... Clolctle Haldenlan
. ....... Ruth Nestle-mill
T rf-.. S Ilrgfr ......... I reneTroutn1an
Even before students come here as freshmen
they tlear about the 'N 7." The warm welcome
extended by this organization makes every
frestiman feet at tiome. This welcome is made
even tleartier by the Get-Together-Party. The
UY'sH activities do not encl at ttle beginning of
the year. Its program ot events is widespread.
In Oc'totJer it held a fellowship loanquet.
Christmas week would not tue complete with-
out ttle Christmas play and ttie Christmas
caroting, which was followed by warming re-
freshments served beside ttie fireplace in ttie
This spring ttlere was a ctetigtatiut Flower
Tea, wtiicti tmrougtit the first signs of spring to
Ntittersvitte. Ot course, no Btottiers' Vveek End
could tae complete without the NYU play. This
year it was uSeconct April." As a special treat
to the mothers, the Cabinet Nlemtaers served
Iareatciasts in bed on Sunday morning.
This year the "YH has matte a special effort
to promote interest in its organization. btany
ot its programs have proved to tue great suc-
cesses. VXfednesc1ay evening meetings and Sunf
day evening vespers constitute ttxe usual week-
The Y. hi. C. A. encteavors to he the renter
oi the stuctentis reiigious iiie during his years
in coiiege. insteaci oi cienominationai cieavage.
he iincts in the "YH a Christian ieiiowship anct
purpose which is most heipiui in maintaining
spirituai iiie. The prineipies ot the Niitiersviiie
Y. txt. C. A. are in afrorci with those oi the
Soriai iiiie is not iorgotten hy this reiigious
organization either. The provictes a weii
iurnishect room on the iron-t campus grounct
iioor ior the in-neiit oi the stucients anct their
soriai aitvairs. This year it has he-en equippeci
with current popuiar magazines in aciciition to
the Sunciay newspaper that has aiways in-en a
Y. M. C. A.
teature ot this room. Together with the Y. XV.
C. A. it eomiuets the Vveeiciy Vesper Serviees,
piays, parties, earoiing, and sencts cieiegates to
the inter-eoiiegiate conferences.
This year the HY" has heen encteavoring to
provicte more interest on the Campus. A varieci
and extendeci soeiai pian has nmcie this organi-
zation more popular than ever. txt:-'miners ear-
nestiy tieei the reiigious spirit and teiiowship
tounci in the Y. hi. C. A. wiii continue with
them throughout their tives.
Presitient ........... .................... .......... I D ah' Trump
Vi 4ri'- Presici c-l1 t ,..... ............. A ianUaiuun
S r'c'r4- tary ........ .......... i twin-rt ixiil'iN'lll'l'
,iirt'ilSlIft'f .,,....... IQOIJOTI IBYHNVII
An tlonor fraternity, tota t.amtxta Sigma
exists as a nationat proiessionat inctustriat ectu-
fation organization to give recognition tor
SCIl0tilI'ty attainment in ttlat tietct, anct to give
opportunity tor tettowstlip to ttlose XYtlO are
engagect in ttlis wortc.
Due to ttle tart ttiat ttle national convention
tor ttlis year was tietct in Catitornia it was im-
possitmte tor iota Ctiapter to tue representect.
A totat ot' titteen neoptaytes were initiatect
cturing ttle .40-'41 term.
The tiigtitigtlt ot ttiis seasonis artivities was
estatmtistiing a new ctiapter at ttle University ot
txtarytanct. At ttle request ot ttle Grand Ctiape
ter ot Iota t.amtxta Sigma ttle ctegree team, wittl
its equipment, iourneyect to ttme University ot
amgcla Sgma jrafernifg
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svvvnly In-opllylvs. Duc' lo llw lad flml lol
nluryluncl lo conllc-r lllv clc-Qrmfs on il floss
fillanplc-r is only six ye-urs olcl, il is inrleecl an
llonor lo ln- vllosc-n Io alssisl in 1-slulmlislnng ax
loln wus also inslrumc-nlul in sponsoring ills'
ronslrurlion ol un 1-lx-rtricnl score-lmonrcl for our
year ol proli
lmcl lay allf,
s for this tvrm migllt well rvurl, HA
lnlmlv avliviiy nncl lvllowsllip was
Ii. lluwnnl. I.. H. l'I1ri4-I.
.,........... lfmlwin S 1111 IIIIPYS
4-r .,... ,.,..,.. X Villn .lll Klum
PHI SIGMA PI
Sigma n'I1aplc-r oi' I,I1i Sigma Pi I:l'ilI6'l'llIIy takes pIvasurc- in prescniingf a g1oaI
lowarcI wiiivli all NIiIIf-rsviIIe men sI1ouIcI slrivc. Atiaiuim-nl in SCIIOIEIFSIIID ancI
gooci moraI CIl2ll'illiIl'l' are IIIQ rvquirvmcnls Ior mPmIucrsIiip.
VI-Iw im-clings oI lIiv ye-ar If-aiurc-LI suc'I1 men as Dr. IIaryvy SmilIi, super-
intemIonl oI I.am'asle-r scI1ooIs, I'roIc-ssor IiI7l'l'SOIP oI IXIcCasIwy I'IiQIi ScI1ooI, amI
programs suc'I1 as a clisrussion oI gradual? sluciy If-fl Ivy Dr. Ste-iuI1auc-r ancI Ur. Slime
, ., I
oi our own Iafu ly.
I:oIIowing1 IIN- custom oI IIIQ pas! Ivw yvars, ImrotI1vrs oI IIN- Irah-rnily Iiaye-
IZIIQPII IXIHIVQQ' UI' Ollf ,I-Ul'SiIily l'Ililp6'I pI'0Ql'illllS. IX QYOUIJ OI lllK'lllIH'l'S HIIllfIIli'l'0lI IIN'
vausc- Ixy prvsvniing a raciio rouncI laImIv cIisc'ussion,
Sigma rinaplvr was rvprc-scnlc-QI at IIN- uaIionaI com'Iayc Imy I1roIIwrs I,roIi-ssor
S. Il, BIVCIUIIISFX, .IOIIH
oIIwr l'IIilIlIl'I'S. ac-liyilics sIiouIiI IN- an im'c'niiys- Ior sliII In-llvr worI4 In-rv al
TIN- som'iaI afliyilic-s oI lIw yvar are lIu- Inlc-r-Irraicrnily I5aII ami IIN I"ouncIc-rs
Sigma i'IlillJIi'I' cIoc's lIllIiiIl lo IuIIiII IIN' IIOPCI Ior rcrognilion oI lIw quaIilivs IIiaI
go to maIw up lI1v Iwsl I1
I'4:uuIIy :X1Ixi41'r .,...., IDL XIiIIon Slc'illIlall1'r
Ilrm-ficls-nl ...,..... ......,..,...... ' XIx'a I'.eIsI1-ulan
vim'-Iirr-Niiivlll ....... I ,MMIII III-iI.ulnI
Sm'rr1'I.lrv ...... .....,..., I Que51'II Si'aIwr
'I-I't'ilSllH'Y ........ K4-rn I'am-I:.iIu-r
I Iislorian ...........,... .,...... I Iaryvy Sl.iuIIm-r
.xvixlanl Sm rviary , .,,...... JXIIHI fIaIxuun
I.0nI1arcII, ami KIim' IIaImIP. TIN- PllIIlllSIilSIIi' rc-por! oI
Xam'Iwrs Imui r0aIizc-S II1al umany sions-s arf- sIiII unlurm-II. v
lll4--i4l4'nl , .,.,.,.,., ...,...,.. ........ l l 44mI4l lllllm
X 14 4- l'u4-4n4l4-nl ....., xlirium llulwr
4-.nl XX .ml
llnu-4l4wl , .....,. lfslln-r l.4'nll.ur4ll
'II14- lll'XX1'Nl llllll Ull lln' cwilllllllli, lu ln' rcvogjnizvcl as il mll4-g4- aulivily. is lllv
Spr-4-4 ln flluuin. llllu- 4l.4.if ln-gun lllI'l'4' yvurs ugjo lllll lms lvormully orgalnizvcl nml
.ulnplvfl llN1UllNlIllIllUll pus! l'1'tl'HllX. l lu- iclvu oriQinul4'cl in om' ul Nliss l.t'IlllilI'lll'S
NlIlllllH'l' N114-4-4 ll 4 I4.N-5.
IIN- pllrlmsa- ul lll1'Ul'Q4llllZiIll0ll ie lu Quin illllll'i'lXlillllll1 ol povlry in un vnjoy-
.nlnlv xnxx lllI'llllLflI lUIl11'l'll'll pm'li4ip.1lim1. l.4nsl yvnr lln- vlmir nppvnwcl in S4-X-4-ml
lliglu 54 lmulx ull l.m14 .ulvr clllllllly mul provlnlvfl 4.SS4xmI,Iv pl'0Lfl'4llH 1'lllt'I'lilllIIlll'lll
ll lIN4'1l llUl'IllN ul llll' lllilSll'I'S. Slll ll 415 Vlillt' Igfll'l'l'l CDFQUII 4'xllll'4'Il lYily1'S, illlll
xlil1lll'l l.lIlllNilXlN flongu, Slll!Illf'IlH'Ill1'Il lry an numlwr ul Svolrlr nncl lfnglisll lmullmls.
ll lmix nun' lln- xxurlx wan 4ml4vnlr.ul1-rl on nn uclupluliolm ull lllklXYilllI4l. wllirll
xnxx IlI'l'Nl'llll'!l lurlln' pl4-.ullre-ullllwmoll1vrs1luring,f Nlollwrsl Xvvvli liml.
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Ylllu- mf-mln-rs ol lln- 8,14-4-4-I. Cllmir vxpvrl lo Q0 llnr in lluslm-ring povlir uppr4-4'in-
lion. llllnulllw ln llw g4414l,w44- ul Nlix I4nI144r4lll
,V f ' SPEECH CHUIR
Ijrq-Niciviwl ,..,... ..,.. i nlnvs i'.iviv1'll
Xiigp-Pri-,iiii-111 4,,4 .,... I 'lrmivriiii Kring
MU K Svvrx-tary ..,.. . ...,.. ifmhxin Sunnnx-rs
iiirvaqm-r ,,,. ..... X iirwwn iiiuxiaiy
Mix-ig-r ...,.. Ur. ln' iiuyvr
The math wizarmis oi the vuiivgc . . a rcia-
liyx-iy new organizalion, ilu- ixiuis iigurc high
in campus ralingf . . . unusuaiiy high inlcresl
has hr-en mainlainmi al 1n0clil1g,fs-Decicivd that
senior mvmhvrs shouici ivaci ciisfussions .
through the mcciium oi Quest speakers ami rcA
ports hy inciiyiciuai me-mhvrs, many have ciis-
covers-ci line romanrc oi malhvmatics-i'J0iievc it
or noi: only iraiernily since' time oi' ilylhagorns
to have iiemaiv mc-mhvrs . . organizalionis
iihrary is growing hy ivaps ami houmis, .
as is ils mvmhership.
I GLISH CLUB
Ulll1'lrNF cu Xviiinrci fimnpiwii xxilo nmciv i.in-
i'lm'xiui:-ni , ., ,. ,. ,, :Xlm ii1u'imx.iih'r ' I . , . .
Q no n rc-an lo us wrlil ins np! lmpvrsmmllon.
Yin- i'l1-siuim-nl , .,.'Xlllu'iI1' lixanle , . .
. ilu' IIIOIIIIIIY IIIPPIIIIQS wvrc' llll'lll0l'Y Illiliit'I'S
Nmlwl-:lx vlmiyx Iiursl ' '
'MMM' m,K..,lm,n Hmm, wilil rf-nciings imy Nir. 5icf0r11sc-y, lin' C iirisl-
mus purly, n Praxis-ssor fQuiz SIIONY. slory imurs,
luirmimiimi In lilis urguniznlion wouici iw nnci soriaxi imurs. iQl'i4l'0SIll1ll'lliS Svrvvci Yvry
NlIIN'I'iillUllS. ,I-IITUIILIII lin' svusmls, lilruugjil lin' iirompliy.
vm-du, umiu-r 5ir. Nicfininsvyis ulmic- gliicianiiu-, il ii iw gomi cniws, wiliril wx-rv lin- spa-riuilivs
'ms lxiuvrniu-ci into an iluii Iii-rim-ci rmnpus lrmii- oi tin- ifngiislu Ciiuimis iioml suivs, 'mn' nnuir'
limi. 'liN'lIlllllllil1il'ii5l'iI'Si imixi im' rr-fogjnilioll, IYIIIIIHIS ilislory. 'Jilin till' fiiris' Trio.
um- lim! muuicl :ml iw iQll0l'l'fI, Ivy pre-sz-nliiigj An inspiring immi 'ms in-vn if-nl lo Inivnlmi
for iiu- slump ui aupprowni, 'limi NIill0IH', NI-im SillIil'lliS ily lilis 0l'2.fiIlIiZilii0l1.S li0Ilfl'SiS ami
Yuir 1- lil'iXY1'1'll Riu- iiuuIu'iuis.H Tin' i'HiillISiilSlll nwunis Ivor l'rc'1lliw' work.
ul! an nupanrily anmiivnu- ussurvci an rvlurn Munn- Niny iiris group follow liirougjii wilii vw'l'y
lmxmi".upp1'a1rullu- itor m-xl yi-ur. slicu-1-miinmg ya-nr us SlIl'l'1'SSi'lIl ns tlw pri-vious
'IAN 0lliiY1'Il 'ill' 4Ililll!'i IJl'0QI'ilHl5, illlj' QHYK' UIIP.
S UDE C UNCIL
nleeling will please come lo orcler . . . new
lrusiness. olcl lmusiness . . . lelis lmve an Clisruse
sion on lllis queslion . . . ls llml tlme proper
purliznnenlury proceclure? . . . Vvlmt cloes
-'llolmerlvs Rules ol' Orrlc-ru sexy? . . . Rf-filly lor
llme nnolion . . . Ayes lmve ill . . . Do our
lnfully guesls lmve any connnenls lo me
. . . Sponsor color Qllilffl luncl-lliglmly success-
lllll Represenlulives senl lo lncliunn Conlier-
Clif?-'ljilX'0 Rolmerls eleclecl Vice-lJresiclenl ol
tlw foopemlive rxssocinlion ol l,l'l1llSylYillllil
Slade Vlw0ill'lll'FS Colleges . . . lroollmll lropliy
now in orcler lor lllNl0l16illl'Cl nlnrzxuclers . . .
Huy an lug lo llelp llle lroplly luncl?-flnly len
venls ..., New conslilulion . . . Xvlml clo we
nf-eil in new one lor? . . . sales lullcs lo vlusses
lmy lnenmlmers ol Council . . . unlorv government
lay sluclenls in llle new sel-up.. . . . ull lmeller
worlxing logelller ol lufully uncl sluclenls uncler
lllis sysleln" . . . clisfussion lor uncl uguinsl . .
Frecl Kringfs persuzxsiveness wins oul . . . new
Conslilulion is an reulily . . . Nliil-senresler elev-
lion . . . new ollivers lnlxe over nncl lorge rigglll
ul..-ull willm lmigger nncl lwller icleus.
l"n-il Kring livin lfvi-rlizurl
Rulli Xvnrlc-l lliili ixlurr
llilllu .Afl4IlIl lauli l.4-nlmrrll
Ann lglllliNYillll'f xliullnlwy
lluvnlin Kl'illll I..-ui, xlimlwnvr
IDRIYI' l'elYlll'Yl4 ililllll vlilllllililll
llill Blum Alun lfslule-nu.in
Nlurgnn-l llihln-y llailc- lrunmp
lnilll' lgUlN'l'l4 Nflflllilll illilrlll4'ih
NNVKIYYVII lgfilllllllll fxlilll Illllllllcly
lfflilli firorlwll l"lori-nie Klinger
lim-Iwi-I Nl immr rv Rolu-rl llqlflllill
lelllll NXvlll'l1'l .'XlYil Ii4lll4'lIlilll
Kline llnlxlm' lolln l"i-ln-r
QWMKQMA A R0DDW5fii"5??
llns mluli an-mls no lllll'0Illl1'll0ll-lOl' ll lm
ilu-rf-pulnlimm ul'HlQ4'1'piilgllpwilll ilu- Sfivllliliil'
l'XlN'l'iIlH'lllN1 quiz programs: Spf-ulu'rS. will: in-
lvrc-slingj si ivnlillic clismussiunsz mul movie-s,
wlliill flmlfm-fl sunny lN'lH'l4ilillLf lads.
llc-sitli-s Mlwvpillg up willl ilu' Sfivlllilqil'
worlcl," ilu- Iuyul nu-mln-rs nl' "llmlrly" linu-
NlILf2jl'Sli'll Yill'iUllN IINWIIIS ol' lN'l'l.l'liliIlQ ilu' unn-
pus, aus wf-Il ns iurryingj lllfflllffll sums' ol ilu-si'
sllzjlfiwliinrlx. Hlimlrlyu is rvsponsilxlc' lor planni-
inL5lr4-1-sm: ilu- unnpuw, unclc-r XX'lliK'll we-rv um-
cc-ulc-cl proplu-ry lxolllvs: mul lor ilu' plunling ul
Illillly ll0XYI'l' llllllJS.
IIN- rlimux ol ilu' social Ish-ufilm01-g.mim
lion cmlvzl ul ilu- lust nwc-ling in an purly wllicll
wus lll0I'0llLfllly enjoy:-cl lmy ull mcmlx-rs.
ixlllfll nl ilu' SIIKTCSS ol' uRoclclyn nm ln' all
lrilmulvcl flircrlly lo llw purl plnyvml lmy our
umlviscr, lxlr. lla-vlunyvr, wllosv inlvrcsl is groan!
ly nppr0c'iuh'cl lmy Roclclyilvs.
',ll'4i4ll'lll ...... ....... X 'ic hir Flnnlxin
Vim-fl'nwiil4'l1I .... ....... lirml Kring
SV' "'l"'5 vl.Tf"lNllV' T ........ Q 'urriv luvulxs
IlI5l1!l'Iilll ........ rIl'l'l'Il lgf-IIIIIUII
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Let us introduce you to the largest musical
organization on the campus-the A Cappella
Three days a weelc will find these songsters
practicing diligently for "things to come" under
the capable direction of Melzer R. Porter with
Goldie Haldeman as the accompanist. We are
also indebted to the orchestral group for their
fine accompaniment at various programs.
Their First taslc, which was conquered in
great style, was the annual home-coming day
concert presented before an appreciative
Then the ever popular Oratorio, The Mes-
siah, by Handel, was beautifully sung during
the pre-Christmas holidays before a capacity
Appropriate selections were given by the
choir when the school directors gathered at
Millersville for their conference and during
"Democracy Days" they toolc part in the de-
fense program for this community. The male
section also rendered selections at the Industrial
The largest project of the year was the presen-
tation of Gilbert and Sullivanls opera, Princess
Ida, which was well executed and received on
April 18th by a throng of music lovers.
The last duty of this group was performed at
the Seniors' festive climax-the baccalaureate
service and commencement exercise,-when the
old classic walls rang out with our dear Alma
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Climaxing a successlul season under the
leadership ol Melzer R. Porter, the College
band welcomed Alumni haclc to Millersville
with its annual Spring Concert. This marlced
the close of an eventful year which was high-
lighted during the football season by the un-
defeated team--supported and spurred on hy
the Black and Gold Band. Had not this ag-
gregation of musicians been present at the va-
rious pep meetings and home football games,
the team might not have found that extra sparlc
which led to victory. The presence of the hand
at Shippenshurg aided in contrilouting to the
"Take a day oil to tune up!" . . . Mr. Porter,
the man on the podium, worlcs for perfect in-
tonation . . . a more complete concert instru-
mentation achieved than in past years . .
much needed aid received from services ol Dr.
Oshurn, celloistg lVlr. Howard, tlutist: and Mr.
Smith. olaoist . . . graduation will talce its toll
success ol that occasion.
Perhaps the most laudable achievement of
the hand has been its steady presence at all
the Friday chapel programs. At many of these
assemblies the stirring strains of the great com-
posers rendered by the loand were the sole
source of entertainment.
The splendid results achieved hy this group
are due in no little measure to the loyal and
steadfast cooperation of the memhers who have
given generously of their leisure time through-
out the year to malce this organization most
. . . losses including Roy Dungan. John Shorh,
Edgar Palsgrove, Francis Spiclcler, and James
Elohert . . . orchestra performed during inter-
missions of plays . . . many of personnel helped
augment professional orchestra that accom-
panied opera and Messiah . . . much commen-
dation due but little received.
One ol the most active clubs on the bl-ville campus is the Varsity Club,
composed entirely ol wearers ol the Varsity "Flu Qne of the functions ot this
organization is to finance the purchase of sweaters for its members.
Remember the big-time announcing at out home football games this year?
This is the club responsible for that innovation.
Delving into the held ol? entertainment, they sponsored the Varsity Drag on
homecoming clay, introducing that sensational Red lVlcCarthy,s band from
Plans have been carefully macle and elaborated upon lor an inter-class lielcl
and traclc meet of much wider scope.
Sales ol booster tags boomed this year with the acldecl feminine allure of the
Weethearts,-Fern Everhart, Dorothy Brubaker, Marion Dennis, ancl
President ........ ...........,.................. ................ D a n lvliller
Vice-President ....... ,........ l -yman Reilsnycler
Secretary-Treasurer ...,........... lvlerle Jones
Adviser .......... ......... iN flr. Pucillo
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Once again Primary Club has completed a year full of interesting and varied
programs. The initial meeting, a get-acquainted party, began a successful term.
Monthly meetings were given over to such speakers as: Dr. Gingrich, whose
topic of discussion was uspellingng Mrs. Diner, the speech specialist
who presented a worthwhile talk and demonstration: and Dr. Herbert Cooper, a
practicing dentist, also from Lancaster, whose illustrated talk was entitled, "Speech
Correction Through Dentistryf,
The grandest event of the year was the annual hanquetx Primary Club was
responsible for bringing Dr. and Mrs. Gary Cleveland Myers, Editor of the
Childrens Activity Magazine, to Millersville. Many students had the opportunity
of hearing them speak throughout the day, and finally, at the Primary Banquet in
Secreta ry .......
Niiss June B. Smith, Niiss May Adams, Niiss Jane Rothe. Nliss
lxlm--just loolc at tllat clisplay of luscious calces, coolcies, ancl candies. Alil
Rural Clula is at it again, liaving a food sale so tl1ey'll lie alole to liave tlmat spealcer
tl1ey've lmeen waiting so long to llear. They also llave otller means of promoting
linances sucll as Htag clay."
Eacll year Rural Clulm strives to present memlwers witll practical information to
supplement tlie rural course. lxleetings once a montll contain wortliwliile cliscus-
sions clealing witli prolxlems ol teaclling ancl stimulating learning in tlme rural
sclmol. An outstancling visitor at one ol time meetings was lxfliss l.ois Clarlc, lrom
tlle Department ol Pulrlic instruction, Harrislvurg. wllose topic was entitlecl,
Seat Vvorle Activities.
lliglrliglits ol' tlle annual Rural Conference lielcl lxlarcli lj were: tlie panel
cliscussion, Saturclay morning: tlie banquet at noong ancl tile afternoon speaker,
Dr. Vvalter Kollmorgen, a social psycliologist, lrom tlle Bureau ol Agriculture,
Vvaslmington, D. C., wlmo spolce on How Lancaster Countians Live.
The activities ol' tlle year wound up witll the usual outing at wllicll all
Ruralites liad a "super-swell" clay.
FHS' S,.,,,,,sf1.,- Sr-cnml Senwster
llresicli-nt ...,............,............,...... fynrrie Belle ,lnculms Pwsirlem -'4A--.'.--'AA. .'.-....,-,---,4A..A- IN Inmiff. Hoover
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Mn wry - I Q I Secretary ............... ............. l 'lope Glenn
Assistant Secretary ......,--. HP Hn -- Pa W 4
Treasurer ..,........... ....,.... V ema Nuurly Assistant Secretary ..,.. ........ t lelen Spalur X
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President ........ .....,.......... s. .. ..,. ...... ........,.. B e tty Cameron
Vice-President ......,. ...,..... ....., . ........... V irginia Sherlz
Secretary-Treasurer ,.....,....,..........,......... ...............,. ....,..... J n ne Mowrer
Program clmrfman ........... .......,. . P .......... ......,. ........... ,,..... ...,......... 1 1 e I en 'rare
Adviser ........ ,... T, .... ,. ...,.... Miss Emily Snyder
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The Ciassicai Club opened a successful year of activities in September. As a
fitting celebration for the presidential eiection, held in November, a program dealing
with a Roman election was presented. Membership in the club is composed iargeiy
of those students interested in the customs and language of the German, French
and Latin people. The programs presented by the club are usually rendered by
club members. At one of the meetings this year a movie showing different types
of Roman games was shown: at another the buriai oi Julius Caesar was enacted
in which Hilda Adams eloquently recited Brutus, speech.
During the year ali members cooperate in holding a food saie in the foyer oi
the dining room. Just before the holidays a Christmas party is given. In the
spring ail members are rounded up and a doggie roast is planned. These are aii
annual affairs and are Weii attended by ati members.
President ............. .............................. ........, R u nh Nestlemth
Vice-President ........ .......... IN flinnie Gruber
Serretnry-Treasurer ......,.... Vvinilred Coolce
Adviser ............ ....... .... ........ ....... .....,. ..,........,.......,. IN 'l i s s R uth Dienier
Lithely swaying, gently slcating round and round, watch those lads and lassies
tall to the ground. Bang!! And I dare say a few of you dusted the Olympia
Rinlc at the two slcating parties held by the Travel Club. This is one motivation of
travel, although we didn't get very lar. But, didn't we have lun?
"Sweets lor the sweet" . . . was the slogan of the "Going Places" Club at its
Valentine Party. You lmow. one ol those paiama affairs that brings everyone
clown to that cozy, friendly atmosphere.
in Nlarch the girls were talcen on a trip by Julia Coleman through the Orient
and stopped for a lengthy spell in india, Miss Julia's lecture was both entertaining
and educational to the Travel Club members.
ln the fall. the Club attended the football game at Blue Ridge. However, the
southern hospitality didnt appeal so much to these northern lassies.
On the last lap ol happenings the Travel Club takes one big trip in the Spring
-New York. Vvashington. Atlantic City or some place. in the future, here's hoping
the Travel Club does more traveling "physically" than just "mentally,"
Sr-ninrs: Ruth Nostlcrnth.
Juniors: Nlinrguerilf- Green. lvlinnie Gruber, lvlilliccnt Jones. Ruth Dusman, .lane Vvueschinslci. Florence
Klinger, lrom- Troutman,
Sophmnores: Jennie lwlanrlrille. Arleve Eschlxacll, Vvinilred Cooke, .lane Pollenberger. Louise Xvall.
Rehn Keene-r, Alina Scachrist.
ltrvslnnvn: llc-lon Courtin. Ann Vvoll, Betty lvliller, lsabelle Houston.
THE NEWMAN CLUB
The Newman Ciuh, a comparatively new organization now in its fourth year
oi existence, has recently hecome affiliated with the National Federation of Newman
Ciuhs. The club is made up oi ati the Catholic students in the coiiege. It is a
national organization on college campuses formed for the purpose of keeping a
closer contact hetween the students and the church.
Under the able guidance of our adviser, Father Kane, and our president,
Paul ixionicaitis, we have had pleasant and proiitahie meetings and activities. It
had been the good fortune of the ciuh to procure outside speakers for most of their
meetings. Their discussions proved to he of great vaiue and interest.
The club members attended the lectures that were held in the Educational
Forum in Harrisburg during the winter months.
The ciuh took charge of a Friday chapel program hy presenting the Reverend
Father Brown, Pastor of St. iViary,s Church in Lancaster.
Another activity of worthy note was our participation in a combined retreat
at Sacred Heart Church for the F. and M. and Nliiiersviiie Newman Ciuh memhers.
it is the amhition of the club to hecome an indispensahie part of coiiege life.
President ........,. ............................. .,..... P a ui Nionicailis
Vice-President ..... ......... J ames Niccvuckin
SeCrelary,Treasurer ....... ivlargaret Ditchey
Advise, IIAI.. ..,...... R ev. Anthony Kane
LIBR RY SCIENCE CLLB
fonslunl purauiv In ilu- iilrrury '... fruncii of imooiiworms . . . classroom on
imiumiiy . . . aulllmriiivs on wilvrv ami imw to limi llNIli'TiilI . . . Doggiv Ronsl . .
ruin in-vps us insiriv . , . Ianni: rvvivws io training sfiiooi fin-ruirs . . . Hook Xvvcii
clispinys . . . givv Nc-wlwrry pmnpilic-is to ifngiisin Ciuia nwmlwrs . . . ufopvy on
lJic'k1-sis" . . . XVQ- lrluslri . . . Sunciny night book reviews . . . Niiss Ganser enlerlains
nl low-ly lc-an . . . Si. lleiiricifs Daly Food Snic . . . ou! of doors for last spring meeting.
. . SPC' YOU ilt il Iil7l'Ilry l'0Ilff'l'f'IN'0!
The English Ciub brought to us poetry lovers Ted ixfiaione, ml-he
Voice Between the Book Endsf' who took a sympathetic and interested
audience on a upiigrimage of Poetry."-'October 16, 1940.
Presenting the four Varsity Sweethearts-Dottie Brubaker, Marion
Dennis, Ellen Herr, and Fern Everhart who presided over the festivities
at the ever-popular Varsity Drag on Homecoming Day--November 13,
Page, the champion contest sponsor, presented-Nancy Greiner and
uDutchH Reifsnyder with the tennis trophies-our undefeated football team
with a trophy-John Fisher and Leon Martz With prizes in the art contest.
Jane Austen's Welt-remembered play, Upride and Prejudice," was
cleverly acted by the dramatic talent of our Citamard Club before a capac-
ity crowdf-February 7, 1941.
Normal once again gave us that much looked-forward-to event, The
Girl Take Boy Dance, in the form of a Normal Prom Bank.-February
A vote of thanks goes to the Primary who presented two eminent
psychoiogists and editors, Dr. and Mrs. Garry C. Myers, who gave a series
of beneficial lectures.-Nlarch 4, 1941.
Dr. Waiter Koiimorgan headed the speakers for the Eighteenth
Annual Rural Conference held by the Rural Club.-March 15, 1941.
The tremendous success of Mothers' Week-End was due to the efforts
of the Community and Commuting Associations when their members
presented a play, skit, and choral reading.-March 21, 22, and 23, 1941.
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AND THE BELL RANG
Ringing with a joyous sound, the like of which it had never before uttered, the
old bell in the tower of Nlillersville proclaimed to all within hearing that the 1940
edition of the Millersville lxflarauders had accomplished a feat unique in the
annals of football at this college-an undefeated and untied season. It was a happy
throng of "grads" and students who listened to the clanging from the tower as they
cluttered up the campus on the nintli Annual Homecoming Day and paid
enthusiastic tribute to the teamwork and sportsmanship which had brought
lxllllersville to its rightful place in the sun of Pennsylvania football.
As the celebrants looked in retrospect, they viewed a pageant of pigskin in
which a squad of 36 men looked at a long, hard schedule with mingled emotions
of hope and apprehension-and then set to work. Head Coach Poss Stehman with
his able assistant Bernie Santaniello drilled the boys hard in the early pre-season
workouts as the squad was composed for the most part of inexperienced men. Of
the three seniors, Captain Danny Miller was the one most familiar with the land
of the side line markers as this was his fourth year of varsity competition. Paul
Monkaitis and Merle Jones, the other members of the class of ,4l, were back to the
field of combat after a year's absence. Fate had much in store for these three
however, as they became an outstanding trio during the course of the season.
ln the very first game Danny Miller of Altoona gave a foreshadowing of the
worth of his abilities as he played the full sixty minutes against Bloomsburg.
"Dashing Ed" Weist was the star of this affair as he paced the 12-0 win by
personally scoring both touchdowns. The Millersville team had difficulty in con-
centrating its very evident power. Though our team rushed the ball up and down
the field easily, the Marauders had trouble in reaching touchdown land. However,
they put on a fourth quarter drive that scored twice to win.
Shepherd State Teachers College of West Virginia visited our campus for the
first home game and were much saddened by the 34-O defeat they received. Merle
Jones, Lancaster's representative on the squad, alternated the center position with
his fellow classmate Paul Monkaitis, one of the last of the Chester football dynasty.
Kenny Herr, Dean Miller, and Ed Vveist led the scoring spree. The only unwelcome
event was the leg injury of plucky Barney Diehl in a practise session which kept him
from playing for the remainder of the season.
By this time it was evident to all observers, both within the college and outside
it, that something new had developed at Millersville. A spirit was evident which
was making a winning team of virtually the same type of material that had in
previous years been doomed to failure in their encounters. The students and
faculty had also become infatuated with this new concept and gave support to the
players in a manner that warmed the hearts of all who loved our college. All
Millersville looked toward the remaining games on the schedule with a zest for the
action to come.
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And they were not disappointedl With the new freshman star Mike Vven-
glasz acting as running mate, the shitty Ed Vveist began to hit his stride in the
game with Montclair which was won 21-6. The Marauders had begun to cliclc
against worthy opposition, which tact did much to bolster confidence in the squad.
Conlidence was what they had needed, and this they displayed along with sheer
grit in the Mansfield game. Traveling up-state to face the mighty mountaineers as
the underdogs, the men of Millersville saw a veteran lvlanstield team score on the
ltirst play to lead 6-0. Never admitting defeat, the Marauders tool: the bull by the
horns and completely surprised their hosts as they scored three times to Win 20-6.
This game really established the squad of '40 as a power to be reclconed with in
the teachers college mythical league. The liberal arts representative in our oppo-
nents' list, Blue Ridge College, also felt the power that had defeated previous foes
when they lost to Millersville 20-6. Jones, Monkaitis, and Miller, the three seniors,
were all in the forward wall brealcing the holes and paving the way for the
Shippensburg and Kutztownl Shippensburg and Kutztownl Those two
words were on the lips ot every student and faculty member. it we can only get by
theml We must get by theml Shippensburg tirst:-Eddie Weist runs wildl Weist,
one of the high scorers of the east, was the spearhead of the teachers' devastating
attaclc that scuttled Shippensburgs serenity to the tune ot 27-7.
And then there was Kutztownl They had spoiled a season for Millersville
before: would they do it again? The answer is now history. The visitors were
badly outclassed, 32-0, by the Marauders dazzling playing. Danny Miller, one of
this colleges greatest players, opened holes in countless numbers: Wenglasz and
Howard Tarr dashed through them like a pair of Mercurys. Eddie Weist provided
the greatest thrill ot' the game when he ran Q5 yards with the opening lciclcott of
the second hall to score the season's most spectacular touchdown.
And that is why on the ninth Annual Homecoming Day, the old bell in the
tower rang with a joyous sound, the lilce ot which it had never before uttered.
Engraved forever in the hearts of students and faculty will be memories ot the IQ4O
football season: memories that reflect the injection of a new and vigorous spirit in
Nlillersville: memories of which we are all proud.
ASKETB LL SEASQN
Universily of Scranlon
Davis and Elkins
Blue Riclge College
Attempting to continue the complete domi-
nation over the mythical State Teachers Col-
lege league-which it had held lor lour years-f
the lxlillersville lmaslcetlnall squad entered the
10.10-41 season fortified with hope, a will to
win, and good spirits. However, those lactors
were not ol sulvlicient calihre to offset the ter-
rilic disadvantage placed upon them hy the
graduation ol the stars in June ol 1940. Names
now murmured with a revered air ahout the
lxlillersville campus were missing from the line-
up, and the hrunt ol the lmurden was placed
largely upon underclassmen and the incoming
freshmen. liven so. the fxlarauders pleased
their followers in defeat as well as in victory
hc-cause they were constantly exllihiting
HSIJIIIIICH and a will to light. ln many games,
ilu- linal quarter proved to he the most thrilling
as the lxlillersville men put on a last minute
However, in diagnosing the season one
realizes that the lxlarauders were a nhot and
cold" team. At times they slipped into losing
strealcs and were heaten lay scores that did
not do justice to their lull ahilities. On other
occasions, the squad responded to the cheers
ol the crowds hy deleating teams that were
greatly favored over them. Some ol the games
that were lost provided the most thrills and
pleasure to the fans present. ln this category
could he placed the Vvestminster game and
the lirst game with East Stroudsburg. Though
playing against tremendous odds in those two
trays, the lxlillersville team received much com-
mendation lor the last ditch lights that almost
decided the contests in our favor.
The only real veteran of the hunch was the
captain of coach John Puciiioys squad, uDutchH
Reifsnyder, the lanky hgiond high scorer, who
received honorable mention on the ali-state
team. HDutchu was aided hy two Sopho-
mores, quiet and capahle Bill hfiahoney and
stocky Kenny Herr. Bill was the huh ahout
whom the others clustered and then radiated
forth with scoring plays. Of the incoming
Freshmen, iwike Wengiasz and Bob Wray
were the most outstanding. Fiery Niiice was the
spark plug of the group and instilled plenty of
pep into the games. The others, Neff, Peters,
Derkac, Eshhach, Bitzer, and Rathhun, aided
considerahiy and saw much relief work.
As to the season itself, there were certain
highlights. Our double win over West Chester
was one of the happier things tallied ahout on
the campus. The week-end which saw the
Marauders traveling by train to take on Cali-
fornia and Indiana was the most spectacular.
The first game went into an extra period during
which our hoys rallied to win. in the second
game, thrills aplenty were in evidence as we
won 46-43. Our inexperienced team placed
third in the mythical league-no small honor in
itself-and they deserve our utmost congratu-
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K urmc-n Nlignuni, Allvrc-ml 'Hmr x, l.c-on Billow. .launes Slmm-r, Donald Xvvlmer.
Hmm-r Rlllll, virior Ixlnnkin, I.ymnn Rc-ilisrmyclvr, mul Donald .Im'I4son.
GIRL ' SPORT
Cr-r-r-aclcl As tlie lioclcey stitlc sencls tlle lxall clown tlie tielrl lor a goal. From
early Fall until tlle annual Hocliey Play Day in lYoyemlier, attenclecl lay tlie girls
at Vvesl Cliester tllis year, tlie clasli ol stielis ancl tlie ring ol merry yoifes can lie
liearfl two niglits a weeli Coming lrom ttie llocliey lielcl. Tile sporting way tlie girls
playecl was lmalm enougli lor lnruises ancl sore sliins.
Sw-w-w-islll ,lille last lnaslqet is macle lmy tlie Drilmlmling Delis in tlie rounml-
rolain tournament. At tlle last souncl ol tlie relereeis wllistle, tile Fresliman team,
Stiooting Stars, outsllot tlie senior No Nrlnicfrs. Tliis year was really Utlieu year lor
Bl-ville lassies. From players to timelceepers tlle girls tooli fllarge ol tlie games.
Tlirougll tlle entliusiastie interest ol tlde sturlents, next year slioulfl luring twig tliings
lrom tliis yearts winning team,-tlie Coming Sopliomores.
lti-n-n-ngl A solt tliucl, ancl tlie arrow sinlis into tlle Center ol tlle target. Tlie
stavfato ol llying arrows as tliey tlit tlie marlc, Comes lrom tlie ampllitlieatre in Fall
anal Spring. During tlle Vvinter, lioweyer, tlie catacomlp uncler nlusic' Hall was
conyertecl into an Arrliery Range.
l.anc'aster. Page literary Soeiety also sponsorecl a tournament lor tlie competitors
ol lmotli sex.
ilillis year tlie Arfliery Team competent witli otller rolleges in a tournament in
llo u n oppl Vlglu- vollc-y lmll is will-yl-ll lwlwvc-11 llu' clillcrvnl class ls-inns,
'l-llis spurl wus run us in l'0llllCl-I'0lJlll l0llI'llilIT1CIll jusl us lmslivllmll. ll llu- clmers
nlinuu- ns lu-nrlily lu-xl yc-nr ns lllis, llu' new gym will lw in orcler, ns llu' roolv
on llu- ulcl gym wus loosvlu-rl, lllll luxl quilc misml.
lllllllil llllllllil Illillllil lllf' XYllllN'fl Nillllxf' c:l'0lIN'I', il l:l'CSlll11illl, XVOII lllfx ljilgft'
le-nnis ll-0lll'llilllll'lll. Cv0IlLfl'illlllilll0lIS will: lu-sl wislu-s lor luxxl year, Nmuy.
ljingl pmugl llu- lilllv wlmitv lmll is missvcl lmul vusily rvfovvrocl, in llu- room,
wn llu- lmsvnu-nl, llunl wus llixm-cl lo lmvc- il ping-pong lalmlv srl-up in il. .lusl
.n lwnsl ul llu- wrlsl mul llu- gals url- wimuxrs or lose-rs. Rvwnrcl--loiuls mul loauls
fllinlxl filunlal an ring:-rl fQuoils lor llu- wunu-n, iluloors mul oul-ol-floors,
nl flf-wlups llu- nmsrls-s plus lumurs ol 4-njoyzxlmlc play.
Xvlllflilltl UD il Slli'l1'5Slllll Sll0fl SWISOI1. il lnulminlnn lournzmufnl is lu-lcl. ll is
surprising lu sm- so many wllilc- lmircls llying lllI'0lIQll spnrv. lmul llu'y musl lzuul
ru- linu-, sunu-wlu-rv. Xvv look lorwnrrl lo llu' lnmilinr lwillvr ol llu- llaulminlon
liDUtCh,, Reifsnyder regained his tennis crown by defeating
last year's champ, Al Thorpe, in time menys ctivision of tile
Page Tennis Tournament. Nancy Greiner, a freshman, was
crowned women,s champion.
Coaches ivan Steiaman and Bernie Santanieiio produce first
undefeated footioaii team in the history of M. S. T. C.
HEdciien Vveist has time distinction of making one of tire longest
runs of the 1Q4O footioaii season. HEcidie'sU run came in time Kutz-
town game and was good for Q5 yards.
Hats off to the ttlree seniors, Captain Dan Miller, Merle Jones,
and Paul Monkaitis, VVl'1O have been tile mainstays of the iine.
Captain uDanny" Miller has played 60 minutes of every game
for time past two seasons.
HBeef" Thompson was the heaviest football player in State
Teachers College circles. "Little Brucen only tips tile ioeam at a
Scoring iionors for time 1Q4O-41 basketball season go to Captain
Reifsnyder who scored 285 points in 18 contests.
Captain HDutct1H Reifsnyder was picked as center for the All
State Teachers College Team.
The frosii came through again-girls, freshman team annex
basketball iaureis in interciass league.
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pay here, piiz . . . hiacic and gold regaiia. . . .
The piace seems alive with freshmen . . . shap-
ing up niceiy .... it's not long hefore the frosh
become a part of us . . . iiie setties clown
. . . autumn ages . . . pigsicin pushers un-
touched .... The games certainly have been
thrill-packed . . . memories of the Senior Dance
and Varsity Drag .... Ciuh ,42, a night ciuh
novelty . . . Autumn rececies, and Baby
Vvinter takes over . . . snow scrambles and
good skates .... Christmas relief, something
eagerly anticipated by ali . . .
UE i WED Ti
. January ixrings semester finals . .
worrying. wzxils . . . new start . . . new imooks.
. . Vviiy? . . . Cwilillllilffik prociuction of Pride
anfl Projurliee is ax tremencious sucvess
likewise, time Normal Prom Bunk .... ixiotilers
enjoy college life on their amnuui week-enci.
. . Air, Spring nt lust .... Easter lmonnets . .
il young munvs funey . . . einsses cut . . . lmusin-
wnrd lmounci . . . sweet nostalgia .... ixlr.
Porter relaxes after iris prociuetion of prinvvss
,fill . . . more proms and promises . . . gowns
and mortar lmoarcis . . . siieepsicins . . . time
nmrfimes on .... Little man, wilnt now?
THE SENIOR DIRECTORY
226 Vvest Jaclcson Street, York, Pa.
Y. VV. C. A.: Normal Literary Society: Primary Club
1, 2, 3, 4: Rural Club 3, 4: Roddy Scientific Club 1, 2.
128 Pearl Street. Lancaster, Pa.
English Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Primary Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Page
Literary Society: Rural Club 3.
BOVV ERS, VVILLIAM
132 East New Street, Lancaster, Pa. a
Page Literary Society: Rural Club 2, 3, 4: Senior Play.
981 Nladison Avenue, Yorlc, Pa.
Normal Literary Society.
505 North Duke Street. Lancaster, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Primary Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Roddy
Scientific Society 1, 2. 3, 4-Secretary-Treasurer 3: Com-
missioner 3: Entertainment Committee 4: Vveltare 4:
Nominating Committee 3, 4.
523 East King Street, Lancaster. Pa.
Member of Page Literary Society-'Secretary 4: English
Club 1, 2, 3, 4-President 4, Secretary 3: Citamard 2, 3. 4:
Choir 3: Senior Play: Day Student Vvomen-Vice-President
4.ITreasurer 3: Student Council 4: Vice-President of Senior
C ass 4.
Ivlember of Primary Club 1, 2, 3, 4: English Club 1, 2,
3, 4: Snapper Staff 3: Page Literary Society.
Fern and New Holland Roads, Reading, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Rural Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Y. VV.
C. A.-Vice-President 3: Choir 2, 3: Primary Club 1. 2,
CUTLER, KATHRYN JULIA
Page Literary Society: English Club 3, 4: Primary Club
DE LONG. MARY
523 West James Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Choir 2, 3, 4: Page Literary Society--Curator 3: Primary
Club 2. 3, 4: English Club 2, 3, 4: Speech Choir 2:
Snapper 3: Wonien's Commuting Association: Freshman
Vigilantes Committee 4.
DENNIS. MARION D.
English Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Science Club 1. 2, 3, 4-
Secretary 4: Choir 3: Vigilantes Committee Chairman 4:
Page Literary Society.
16 Landis Avenue, Millersville, Pa.
Graduated Twoeyear Intermediate Course in 1931: Speech
S08 North Dulce Street, Lancaster, Pa.
English Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Primary Club 4: Citamarcl 2, 3,
4-'TFSBSUIEF 4: Senior Class Secretary: Welfare Meniber
of VVomen's Commuting Association 3, 4-Secretary 4:
Snapper 2, 3: "Touchstone" Staff 4: Speech Choir 2:
Senior Play: Page Literary Society.
232 North 25th Street, Mt. Penn, Reading, Pa.
Member ol' VVornen's Community Association 2: Student
Council 2: Secretary to VVomen's Community Association
3: Vice-President of Student Government 3: President oi
VVomen's Community Association 4: Student Government
4: Normal Literary Society.
433 Lancaster Avenue, Lancaster. Pa.
Page Literary Society: English Club.
340 North West End Avenue, Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society: English Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Primary
Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
550 Vvest Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Pa.
VVomen's Commuting Association: Page Literary Society:
Primary Club 1, 2. 3. 4: English Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Vice-
President of the Freshman Class.
134 North Broad Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Roddy Scientific Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Rural Club 1, 2. 3, 4:
Normal Literary Society.
JACOBS. CARRIE BELLE
R. D. No. 2, East Berlin, Pa.
Roddy Scientific Society 1. 2, 3. 4-Secretary and Treasurer
4: Rural Club 1, 2. 3. 4-Secretary 2. President 4:
Y. VV. C. A. 1, 2. 3, 4'-'TFCHSUTCF 3: W. C. A. 3, 4:
Equity 4: Senior Play: Athletic Committee 4: Commissioner
3: Primary Club 4: Normal Literary Society.
426 Vvest Broadway, Red Lion. Pa.
Roddy Scientific Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Rural Club 1, 2. 3. 4:
Primary Club 3, 4-Treasurer 4: Choir 2, 3. 4: Secretary
Freshman Class: SY" Cabinet 2, 3, 4: Student Activity
Committee 4: Normal Literary Society.
210 South VVest End Avenue. Lancaster. Pa.
Citamard 3: English Club' 1, 2, 3. 4: Classical Club 1, 2,
3, 4: mrouchstoneu 4: Snapper: Page Literary Society.
219 East Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Pa.
English Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Primary Club 1, 2, 3, 4-'Treasurer
2: Page Literary Society: Citamard Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Day
Student Government'-Equity Committee: College Choir 1,
2, 3: Radio Troupe 3.
1 1 Vvest Lincoln Avenue, Lititz, Pa.
Page Literary Society-Curator 2: English Club 1, 2. 3, 4:
Primary Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2, 3. 4: Citamard Club
1. 2, 3, 4-Secretary 3. President 4: Senior Play: Day
Student Government 4: Radio Troupe 1. 2, 3, 4: Campus
609 South West End Avenue. Lancaster, Pa.
Citamard Club 1, 2: Primary Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Snapper
Staff 2, 3: Intercollegiate Government Conference 3, 4:
Hwfouchstonen 4: Page Literary Society.
MCCLUNE. THELMA R.
431 East Chestnut Street. Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society: English Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Primary
Club 1. 2. 3, 4.
148 Vvest Higli Street. IVIanI1eim, Pa.
Primary Club 1. 2, 5. 4: Classical Club 5, 4: Rural Club
1, 2: Page Literary Society.
555 Wlest Orange Street. Lancaster, Pa.
Englisli Club 1. 2. 5, 4: Choir 1, 2, 5: Snapper 1:
Citamard 1: Page Literary Society: mI'ouclistone,
MOUDY, VERNA L.
R. D. No. 1. Holliclaysburg, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Primary Club 1, 2. 5. 4-
Treasurer 5: Roddy Scientilic Society 1, 2: Rural Club 5.
4: Women's Community Association 2, 5, 4-Treasurer 5:
Equity 4: Y. YV. C. A. 1. 2, 5. 4: Student Council 5:
Band 1: Cboir 1, 2, 5. 4: Commissioner 5.
NYCE. MARY E. -
549 Mt. Vernon Street, Lansdale, Pa.
Normal Literary Society-Critic 5, Secretary 4: Roddy
Scientific Society 1, 2: Primary Club 1. 2. 5, 4--Treasurer
2. Vice-President 4: Rural Club 5. 4: Y. VV. C. A. Cab-
inet 4: Commissioner 5.
PFENNINGER, MARY ELIZABETH
606 VVest Chestnut Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society: Primary Club 1. 2, 5, 4: English
Club 1, 2, 5. 4.
420 Yvest .Iamcs Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society: Primary Club 1, 2. 5, 4: Englislu
Club 5, 4: Classical Club 1. 2.
R. D. No. 1, Gap, Pa.
Page Literary Society: Englisll Club 5. 4: Classical Club
1, 2: Primary Club 1. 2, 5, 4.
Cliurcli Street, Landisville, Pa.
Classical Club 1, 2: Englisll Club 5, 4: Primary Club 1. 2,
5, 4: Page Literary Society.
Page Literary Society: Englisll Club 5, 4: Classical Club
1. 2: Primary Club 1, 2, 5, 4.
Page Literary Society: Cboir 5, 4: Englisll Club 2, 5. 4:
Primary Club 2, 5, 4.
Normal Literary Society: Englisli Club 1. 2. 5, 4: Primary
Club 1, 2. 5, 4: Classical Club 1.
117 Ruby Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society-Treasurer 5, 4: Englislx Club 1. 2,
5. 4-Treasurer 5: Citamarcl Club 1, 2, 5, 4--Secretary 4:
Clioir 5. 4: Senior Play: Day Student NNomen-President
4: Library Science Club 2. 5, 4-President 4: Student
Council-Treasurer 4: Snapper 4: Junior Class Secretary:
Speecli Cboir 2: Art Editor l.TOUCIISt0H8.'-l
39 East Main Street, Epllrata, Pa.
Member of Y. W. C. A. 1. 2. 5, 4: Primary Club 1, 2,
5, 4: Rural Club 1, 2, 5, 4: Normal Literary Society.
502 Cliestnut Street, Waynesboro. Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Mu Kappa IVIu 2. 3. -1: Iota
Lambda Sigma Pi Fraternity: Snapper Stall 2. 5: Plli
Sigma Pi Fraternity: Band 1. 2, 5. 4: Citamard 1, 2, 5. 4:
Treasurer ol Class ol 1942: Industrial Arts Society: Senior
BURNS, GARTH I..
Gougli Avenue, Ivyland, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Mu Kappa Mu: Plii Sigma Pi
Fraternity: Iota Lambda Sigma: Industrial Arts Society:
248 E. .lolmson Street, Germantown. Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Industrial Arts Society-Vicc-
President 4: Industrial Arts Tlieatre Club: Iota Lambda
61 Green Street, Lancaster, Pa.
Page Literary Society: Industrial Arts Society: Cliairman
ol Freshman Rules 4: Student Atbletic Committee 4.
DUNCAN. ROY H.
6019 Erdriclc Street, Pbiladelpllia. Pa.
Normal Literary Society-Pre ident 4: Band 1. 2, 5, 4:
Orcliestra 1, 2, 5. 4: Industrial Arts Society: Vice-President
of Sopbomore Class: Cbairman ol Music Committee.
EBBERT, JAMES C.
R. D. No. 1, Biglerville. Pa.
Normal Literary Society--Vice-President 4: Clioir 1. 2, 5,
4: Band 2. 5. 4: Orcbestra 2, 5, 4: Industrial Arts Society:
Citamard 1. 2. 5. 4-Vice-President 5: Industrial Arts
Tbeatre Club: Class President 4: Mu Kappa Mu-President
4: Senior Play.
1554 East Montgoniery Avenue. Plliladelpliia, Pa.
Class President 2: Normal Literary Society: Student Coun
eil 2: Industrial Arts Society.
44 Cottage Avenue, Millersville, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Industrial Arts Society: Band I. 2,
5. 4: Orcliestra 1, 2, 5.
I0 East Main Avenue, Mycrstown, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Band 2. 5. 4: Roddy Scientific 2,
5. 4: Pbi Sigma Pbi Fraternity-VicePresident 4: Iota
Lambda Sigma Fraternity: Industrial Arts Society.
R. D. No. 4, Lancaster. Pa.
Page Literary Society: Industrial Arts Society: Student
Council 2: Cboir 2, 5, 4.
211 Hayes Street, Cbester. Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Industrial Arts Society: Iota
Lambda Sigma Fraternity: Mu Kappa IVIu-Treasurer 5, 4:
Industrial Arts Tbeatre Club: Cliairman of Senior Ball
Committee: Senior Play,
Q29 East Orange Street. Lancaster, Pa.
Normal Literary Society: Football 2, 5, 4: Varsity Club...
Secretary 4: President of Class ol '42 5: Industrial Arts
NormaI Literary Society: Band 1: CI1oir 1: IndustriaI Arts
2327 Penn Street, Harrisburg, Pa.
NorrnaI Literary Society: IndustriaI Arts Society: PI1i Sigma
Pi Fraternity: Iota I..amIJcIa Sigma Fraternity: Mu Kappa
Mu: Industrial Arts Ttieatre CIuIJ.
MCCAVITF. JOSEPH A.
Normai Literary Society: Newman CIuiJ: IndustriaI Arts
Society--Vice-President 3: IndustriaI Arts Ttieatre Club:
Roddy 'Scientific 1, 2: Mu Kappa IVIu 1, 2.
21 Soutii Grant Street. Mantieim, Pa.
Page Literary Society: Mu Kappa Mu 1. 2.
419 East Ci1urcI1 Street. Nanticotce, Pa.
NormaI Literary Society--Vice-President 3, President 4:
Student Council 2, 3: FootIJaII 1, 2: Industriai Arts
Society: Industriai Arts Tiieatre CIuIJ: Roddy Scientific
Society: Phi Sigma Pi Fraternity: Iota Lambda Sigma
Fraternity-Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4.
712 First Avenue. AItoona, Pa.
Iota Lambda Sigma: PI1i Sigma Pi--Vice4PresicIent 3:
IndustriaI Arts Society: Varsity CIuI3-'President 4: Page
Literary Society: Men's Community Association--President
4: Varsity FoottJaII-'Captain 4.
642 Potter Street. Ctiester, Pa.
Historian ot Iota Lambda Sigma: President ot Newman
CIuIJ: Roddy Scientitic Society: Industriai Arts Ttleatre
CIUIJ: Industriat Arts Society: Rod and Gun CIuI1: Varsity
CIuIJ: Varsity FootIJaII.
566 Battimore Street, Hanover, Pa.
IndustriaI Arts Society 1. 2, 3, 4: NormaI Literary Society
1. 2. 3, 4: Mu Kappa Mu 2, 3, 4: Ctioir 4: Senior PIay:
Y. M. C. A. 1.
NICHOLS, ROBERT A.
239 AtIcins Avenue. Lancaster, Pa.
Iota Lambda Sigma: Piii Sigma Pi: Mu Kappa Mu 3. 4:
IndustriaI Arts Society: Men's Day Student Association-1
Treasurer 4: Roddy Scientific Society-Historian 1, 2:
Sportsmans CIuIv 3.
121 Parkway, SCI1uyIICiII Haven, Pa.
Normai Literary Society: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Orciiestra 1, 2,
3. 4: Roddy Scientitic Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. IVI. C. A.-
CaIJinet Member 1. 2. 3, 4: Snapper Statt 1, 2, 3, 4.
RETTEW, CHARLES R.
181 Windefllefe Avenue, LHHSITOWHC, PEI.
NormaI Literary Society: IndustriaI Arts Society: IndustriaI
Arts Ttieatre CIuIo: Roddy Scientific Society.
SHERKER, RICHARD B.
616 Weiser Street, Reading. Pa.
Varsity CIuIu: Industriai Arts Society: Senior PIay: Normai
R. D. No. 2. Hanover, Pa.
Treasurer ot Freshman -CIass: Industriai Arts Society:
NormaI Literary Society: President of .Iunior Class: Busi-
ness Manager of ulQ4l Touctistonen: Iota Lambda Sigma:
Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Choir 1, 2. 3, 4.
SPICKLER, FRANCES H.
Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4: Ciioir 1, 2. 3, 4: Student CounciI-f
Secretary 3: Y. M. C. A.-President 3: FootIJaII Manager
1. 2: Roddy Scientitic Society 1. 2. 3, 4: IncIustriaI Arts
Society: Iota Lambda Sigma: PI1i Sigma Pi.
STAUFFER, HARVEY B.
336 Nortti George Street, MiIIersviIIe. Pa.
Iota Lambda Sigma-Vice-President 3: Ptii Sigma Pi-
Historian 3: Mu Kappa Mu: IndustriaI Arts Society: Editor
uToucIistone" 4: Student CounciI 1: Normat Literary
R. D. No. 3, Montrose, Pa.
Treasurer ot CIass ot 1941-2, 3, 4: IndustriaI Arts Society
-Secretary 3, President 4: IndustriaI Arts Ttieatre CIuI1--
Assistant Manager 3. Manager 4: Iota Lambda Sigma-
President 4: Phi Sigma Pi: Mu Kappa Mu 1, 2-
Secretary 3, 4: CI10ir 1: NormaI Literary Society: Snapper
Staff 3: "Touchstone" Statt 4.
'II-IORP, ALFRED H.
535 Nortil Lime Street, Lancaster. Pa.
Vice-President ot Day Student Association 4: IndustriaI
Arts Society: Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4: Frestnnan BasIcetIJaII:
Page Literary Society.
VVEIKEL. GLENN L.
Cvowen City, Pa.
IndustriaI Arts Ttieatre CIuIx: IndustriaI Arts Society:
Roddy Scientific Society: Vice-President ot Men's Com-
munity Association 3: NormaI Literary Society.
521 Freidensiuurg Road. Reading, Pa. -
NorrnaI Literary Society: IndustriaI Arts Society: Roddy
Scientific Society: Iota Lambda Sigma Fraternity.
Matiiematics CIuIa: Roddy Scientific CIuIJ 1, 2, 3, 4: NormaI
Literary Society: RuraI CIut.1 2, 3.
BRENNER, RICHARD F.
333 Manor Street, MiIIersviIIe. Pa.
Normai Literary Society: BasIcettJaII Manager 4: Varsity
CIuI1: Roddy Scientific Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
1015 18tIi Avenue, Attoona. Pa.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2. 3. 4: Student Council 1:
President ot Normat Literary Society 2: Senior Play:
Vice-President ot NormaI Literary Society.
Main Street. Locust Crap, Pa.
VVomen's Community Association 1. 3, 4-Vice-President
4: Roddy Scientific Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Science CIuIJ
2. 3. 4--Secretary 3: Newman CIuItm 1. 2, 3, 4'-'SECICIBIY
and Treasurer 4: NormaI Literary Society--Secretary 3:
VV. C. A,: Equity 3. 4: Y. VV. C. A. 1: VVomen's Dormi-
tory CounciI-Secretary 2, President 4: Commissioner 3:
Student Government 4.
R. D. No. 1. Conestoga. Pa.
Editor-in-Chief of Snapper: Page Literary Society-Vice
President: Entertainment Committee 4: Student Council 3:
Phi Sigma PI Fraternity-President 4: Y. M. C. A.:
EngIIsh CIub 1, 2. 3. 4: Classical Club 1, 2. 3. 4:
Citnlnard 1. 2. 3, 4.
CIBBLE. WALTER P.
42 East King Street, Lancaster. Pa.
Page Literary Society: Roddy Scientific Society 3. 4: Rod
and Gun Club.
HAYES. JOHN G.
Roddy Scientific Society 2. 3, 4-President 4: Matineniatics
CIub 2, 3, 4: Band 3. 4: Y. M. C. A. 2. 3. 4-Cabinet 3.
4: Transferred Irom East Stroudsburg Teachers College.
31 Wilson Avenue, Elizabethtown. Pa.
Normal Literary Society: English CIub 1. 2. 3. 4.
HESS, HENRIETTA W.
223 North George Street. IVIiIIersviIIe. Pa.
Page Literary Society: Library Science Club: Band 1. 2. 3. 4:
Orchestra 1, 2. 3. 4: EngIish CIub 1. 2, 3, 4: Roddy
703 Yoric Street. Yorlc. Pa.
Snapper Staff: Phi Sigma Pi: Radio Troupe.
JACKSON. E. DONALD
305 Howard Avenue, Altoona. Pa.
Choir 4: Snapper 3: m'I'ouchstone" 4: President oI Rod and
Gun 3: Curator of Page Literary Society: President of
Page Literary Society 4: Phi Sigma Pi.
President oI Student Government 4: Vice-President oi
Roddy Scientific Society: Vice-President oI Mu Kappa Mu:
Phi Sigma Pi: Vice-President of Cooperative Association of
Penns Ivsnis State Teachers CoIIeges: Chairman oI MiI-
IersviIfe DeIegation to Intercollegiate Government Confet-
534 St. Joseph Street, Lancaster, Pa.
English CIub 1. 2. 3. 4: Classical CIub 1. 2. 3. 4: Library
Science CIub 3. 4: Snapper Staff 3, 4.
McKELVEY, MARY ANN
Library Science CIub 2. 3. 4: Classical Club 1, 2. 3:
English CIuh 1. 2. 3. 4: Roddy Scientilzic Society I. 2, 3.
4: Newman CIub 1, 2. 3. 4.
18 CorneII Avenue, Lancaster. Pa.
English Club I. 2. 3. 4: Classical CIub li Library Science
CIub 2, 3. 4-Treasurer 4: Page Literary Society.
229 Miller Street. Strasburg, Pa.
Page Literary Society: English CIub 2, 3. 4: Classical
CIub 1, 2, 3. 4-Secretary-Treasurer 4.
MURPHY, DALE E.
Band 1, 2: Orchestra 1. 2: Citamard 1. 2. 3: Rural CIub-
President I3i, 1. 2. 3: Editor-in-Chiet ot Snapper 3: Roddy
Scientific Society 1, 2. 3: NormaI Literary Society: English
Club 3: Student Council 3.
R. D. No. 3. Lancaster, Pa.
EngIish CIub 1, 2, 3. 4: CIassicaI CIub 1. 2. 3. 4: Library
Science CIub 2, 3. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 4: 'Snapper Staff
3, 4: Page Literary Society.
NESTLEROTH. RUTH P.
TraveI Club 1, 2. 3, 4-Treasurer 2, 3. President 4: "Y"
Cabinet 2. 3. 4-Secretary 4: Library Science Club 2. 3. 4:
EL1gIish Club 4: Roddy Scientific CIub 1: Normal Literary
R. D. No. 1, Hellam. Pa.
Roddy Scientific Society 1. 2. 3. 4: IVIU Kappa Mu: Phi
Sigma Pi-Treasurer: Page Literary Society.
RICE. SARAH AZELIE
' 444 Codams Street. YorIc. Pa.
Page Literary Society: Classical Club 3. 4.
ROGERS. RlfI'H M.
104 North George Street. MiIIersviIIe, Pa.
Page Literary Society--Critic 3: Choir 4: Library Science
Club 2. 3. 4-Vice-President 4: English Club 3. 4: Roddy
Scientific Society si.
124 East Main Street, Lititz. Pa.
Roddy Scientific Society 1, 2, 3. 4: Mathematics Club l. 2.
3. 4: Phi Sigma Pi: Student Council: Student Activity
Committee: Page Literary Society.
530 East King Street, Lancaster. Pa.
Transferred from Ship ensburg State Teachers College:
English Club 3. 4: Clhssical Club 3--Vice-President 4:
Snapper Staff 4: Page Literary Society.
903 Barber Street, CoIumbia. Pa.
English 1, 2, 3: CIassicaI Club 1. 3. 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3:
Choir 1: Mu Kappa Mu: CIassicaI CIub 4: Page Literary
IQ Dauphin Street, Lancaster. Pa.
Choir 3. 4: "Touchstone" Stait 4: VVomen's Commuting
Association 4: English CIub 1. 2. 3. 4: Mathematics CIub
1. 2, 3. 4: Speech Choir 2: Page Literary Society: Member
of Athletic Committee 4.
111 Maple Avenue, Lancaster, Pa.
Transfer from Franklin and MarshaII CoIIege: Phi Sigma
Pi: Page Literary Society.
WENGER, ESTHER E.
English Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Classical Club 1. 2. 3. 4:
Delegate to History Convention 4: Page Literary Society.
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