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he SENTINEL 1 BEING THE YEAR BOOK OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA Published by the Class of Nineteen Eleven in their Junior Year. In froi 111 JL ALut tui 1 respectfully ft r i i c :i t f HjlS honk. His lottaliu aitft untiring energy in hclulf of ili lluturrsihj, from tho begmutuu, to the present time h;is iu:ioe :i pkice for in ' ui in the hearts of ;ill the Hnt crstty ' s frtenhs. EX-Cf I TCIO Governor Edwin L, Norris. President. ALBERT J, GaLKN. Attorney General. W, £, [ Iarmon. Supi. Puh, [nitrtittion, Secretary APPOINTED. John m Evans, Missoula . Term Expire Fob. I, | ' 9J0 O. P. Chisholm, Bowman . Teiia Expire Feb. 1,1912 Charles k. Leonard, Butte ' " I, 1910 S, D. Larcent. Great Falls | |9|2 O, W. McConnell. Helen . 1,1911 G, T. Paul. DiJIon . , . M9I3 R 01 . bwl wn . . I. I9II II. G. Pj :k jut. Helena . . M9I3 B. T. Hatiiauay Clerk of the Board EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE UNIVERSITY, £» A DUNIWAY Chairman (ex olncio) A. L DUNCAN .... Term Expire Aonl I , 1 9 1 I reasurcr . [ 9. IQl IF President Cl yde Augustus Duniway. A. M. Pn. D. Cornell University, 1892 ; Harvard, A M„ 1894. Ph, D-. IH97: Instructor in 1 lislory. Harvard and KudcLiff. IA96-97; Assistant Professor of History, 1897-99; Associate Professor of History to 1906 ; Professor of History, Stanford University, 1908. Member American Historical Association: American Academy of Political and Social Science; American Political Science Association; American Antiquarian Society: Oregon Historical Society; American Society of International Law- Elector. Hall of Fame; Author: Handbook of Graduate frjiirses. 1895-96-07; I- nvd -in. mi in M.i --,m i.u-. : - . 1906; Contributor: American Histo seal Review, and Prac- tical American Historical Associate. President of the University of Montana. ' 08. W. M. , } ' .V.]i. A. 1i. Profctuot of Utin tud 0r«Jfc. Graduate from Naraial s:-.,i :) [ Oamto, N. v., 1872, and fnon Vale In J nTs ; Graduate Station al lohns Hopkins, (Wn. |] nni ] ruiv-i ' i iiy i i Clijcuiio: luMriHiur in Xnrrnal S OOl; Pw)f «Hr of Jja[iii and :riM-k. fTnlvttndtJ 1 ..f (Raft, ISQOdM ; 1 ■ t . — .. of I Atin and ancle, Cnivradtj ' of frfotitaaa, ■tace ISO ! FREDERICK C SCBEUCI1 B II V C Profruor of Vo4er Uneuw run S t finrit t,f tin- I ' ttruitg. Attended ■ -ii 1 .11 - Srlnwln. Itart tnuui. S|Mii» : Gradual , Cvm- aaaSaai Frankfurt mi rh. ' Haiti, Gerauuijr: B. M. K., Purdua t ' niversltj ' , 1803; A, r.. eajoe, Profawoj oi Uodtxn Lao- ffUgfti and S««lir ' »f Uir KiunHy, rj]iv.T iiy of Muinnni,, 10 M U£T t -H IIN K I ' M. 1 ' . prvfcuor Bfoloyjr. It. A.. Stapaoo. IS87; M. A.. SioipMMit 1800; M. S$i Blaiiwon. imiv I ' ll. [tli oie Wwdeyan LToIwrrit 1906; Adjunct Professor of SeS ■. 1 1 1 ; rn . Wealeyaa Opfronrity, i« s.!iit: Professor if Biology aad Phywic . [Uinois Wraleyaa Unrwndty, 18ft] ftf; Professor e Biology, University Montaaau iluee i : Director, Unlrsrsitj of Uoatoju Biological sun sloes L800, FRANCBB Co Kit IN. B. I„ Prafesaor of Wferslar . Chicago W an. ' College 1885-87; New Y. rk sum- Normal Bcaooi. Graduated, 1868; Scudeul in Va sai College, 18C0-02; B. ljin t ' nl]. . I! " " " J: Snukiit in llnrvnnl SitmitK r KH I, I!hm ; ' I ' rm luT of Literature, jukI Principal, Bnttc llinh School, 18KJ-1900; Professor »f Literature, i nm r-n . . i M- -rii:i»;i. - » -- looa 11 I 0 uir.i.iAM ji ha UK 1X8. I-:.. r». Pntfetsor of Ghttiiiitrif, A. li„ Stanton) fiih rMry, WO; I ' m. , r Omdiutft BMdont I niwmitj af CMcajm, IttM uul l» l: Onulnate Student, i.,nr,,,-,| ri m ,: iv. ' . 7u ;. .u» u,„, i u rii-iiMHiry, Smrifi.r-I I nn.i-iiv. |si s. | Hii Itrttmctor in Asalftital ' fit in tej rj . Stanford Ctairetvitjr, 1800; Chcmiwl ■■■ Charge irf Sawltet Smoke. Invwttga- tloOfl for tikj Minimum C,i|,j--i ' r ' .Hjipwiu.v. IDW ; h»r rnrCor ill « ' lu ' iiii rrv iiu | Phjn»|« . I ' uivenrfty of .Monniuh. IPOO ' Oli r ,tnj Efofowo? " f t ' Sii-inisrri . im.v liHM ; nl» .ni nn U-im , lir s.-rn. ' si..r LOOS 10. JESSE PERRY ttO TJ5. I ' u. i«. B. s.. [Tnimalt; frf N-l.tri-U. l !iT; IT, A., I ' h, . L006; srii-l.-rir I ' aire nit) of Ongtoa, l ic; ; Student DnlvcsaRj Califoraia, Sataira 11)01 : Student Chicago l- ' olraaKy Sunnier, I! " ' . ' .. Arrant in 4; .»i«sy. rniv.. r »ii i if N.-I.raifkn, T-iM-LH: {- " fellow mv [oatrUftor, IsJiT-SW; AjWlistajll I ' ri tm- i |ki I IfiirM Sdnnhl, Butt . Montana, L8Q8-Q; Prinrijal f.i »,„u flefcooj. Batta, Montana. ESMMPTIO; I tl tmttor in Pbyaica mmJ Geology, Calvenity ..r M iw. IDOlVlffM : P rofeawr of nod GooJogy since [901 • lnr.-i-r« r Cni v.-rxii, ( M.tntnini Muld inkl SnrH ' v ; A-st-Until United State Geological Snrwy, IDOG. JOSEPH HARDING UNDERWOOD, M. A.. Pb. n. Prolwor tif Hittorf Sco»oahc . I! a Wi-Ktrrii roller. I5HC: M. A.. Si mi- ruivi-pwity of Iowa, 1004; Ph, h. Colombia Cttivewltj, i- 7: Student, Shenandoah |„.r i n .-. V rain i: i ; I ' -mcil " ,.1U-.-. Knn-:»- : V,-i.th i ' ..I ' -.;:-. lava: Mi Uorajfl College, Mima : BaloU Colleget Wlcwosiii; i,.;v!m:,I- AchoU? id BcOIWBiOS, Slat University «1 I ' n. 1003-04; fnii-i raity Fellow iti Sociology. Columbia University, 1004-05; BtudfUl Chicago School of llii lain linn y. H i: lnntrm-tnr i» Biaxlbai and History, Nora Spring (Iowa) Seminary. 1905-00; Protowor of History mm] Social Science, Louder Ota College, [uh-h. HNni-7: I ' mfi ' sttor «f History and Economies, University " I Monlnnn lloCG 11K 7. LOU 1 8 i r AUK PLANT, SI. S. Prnfauoi of IfoAemstfc . I ' h. B., University of Mlchlgani 1307; Principal, Olive, LNIIchl- ran L S0-Ol Overi«eI, M Icblgnn, 1801-65 ; Graduate Stud University of Chicago, I8BT-0S, and Summon. 1680, 1900, L902, 1905, unit!. |1H : M. S,. I ' niv.-rxitj of Chicago, RXM : Ansislaut jik Mathemntfea, Bradley PoljrtedmJe Instituta, 1S08400O; Also ctete, Ibid., 1000-04; foetroctOP, ibid., 1904-07 ; Associate Professor 4 if lliitln ' tnsnk . I ' niviT-iilv nf AImumiihi, UNkT-HS. und PmfV or nif Mathematical rince IfiOft IS AlETIlli: 1VILI«IA3J RIOHTER, M. M t ' rtift xn ,f „t t ' .Ut) Hi r,,-,,,., lu fhtU ' f t,f Si tu ,! „i VuftiH.-r finy, Oradoate Pol rendu of tVlacowtn aod Cornell University: M - Jv - OonwU I niverNlly nn l (lotonity of WiacoBflin- In s,|, ' h . ' " lA " 1-1 A Kr-mi PmCmsoc dI BtCttt Hhxm. r- ins. Avs ! .[„„ i Prelaw Bxporimeota] Bbfl ring, and ptofeMot of ExiKtimeau] Bngineerfof, Uniranity of Wfocoajiin 1002-00 OoMnlUnt Engineer, s Board of Control, Wiaeonaia; Professor or QgUuecinfi I nlrowitj of Mosiana, betlaains s.- f ,i i.,i..t i ALVIX J. ■! h . I ' l 1 1 ■ ' ' ' " I ' f ( ' sur f J, i U. A.. SlJIHfuM [ Halve «dty, llnr_ , nti.l m, LOOS; Pa It ratty .f Brealau. iiftmh-rur hi ni.-inU rj - Knmfi.ni ratty, WWeWXi: Clu-nikr, T S. K,, ,,. ,,f S.-i.-ri W . Manila g ' JlSf P»fo »rof Cbenlftrjr. Lniwrsitj of ITaotau Beptemfot I, urn ia Fefantarj I, H H M 8 ltd F ' ,t ' r . A. P.. Pin-iii.- I ' niviTsiiv. l Iis; A. M.. I ' rimviori Tnio-roty. 1002; I ' h. li.. Columbia L ' nlv«r Hy, lOOBi Pellaw in Blologr, Prutcutoo LTnlv ndly, issw-ejii: Ni-w Vm-lt Botanic ) -u i i -n. L890 I3HM ; As-Msint iit R oCutv, t " Liin k»in Unlv«T»itj Niiimuor School ISOO; AJMMtanl in |[k.1«kV. T.-w-Iht C»H«i ' . 1W«i- ' U . 1 ru- i..r in Botany, Sytacuse Cttivorsity, 1003-08; Aaaoeiate Profi wtr »f Botany. IIKti-i ' 7. awl | ' iii|. .•■ ,,i lim.MJv. l!« 7. A-Mm.i lt«initi«i. lMp:ir1rm-iil ■ ■ T I nv risol km. » " oni LiuimxMlr ii mi IIuMi-t fu.. I!hi7-us; rjirn k ' i ' 1 InsHunSon. JUcwcn Ijiltnrmin-y. Tm ' son. 1iwtsjin»; Assist ;ii it IW-iMir of ItrHmiv iiml F»rv tI7, University ( r SfontUHh beginning SeptCttbH 1. U«ld». WIIJ.IAM FREDERICK BOOK, TIj. I . fVo r| Ar ' if PhifvMQphf and Siuctttoitt a. iv. Indiana Uormaitjr, i ' NN ' : P - Clart r»iv„ lflOO: Graduate Stnilenl Chicago pnivoraity, 1001; iviiuu in l ' K.vcJiolosy, nurk fJnlT«ndt iiNk. ' [-iNi ; principal »f llijjli School. Princeton, Indiana, IIMNMIC! ; L -riuvr in I VH-lml»i:j. -SiiriiiinT Si ' IukiI. linlinrni ruSv rfiiy, tim " : PnitWsur t i I ' ltil sniphy ;ni l Bdncatfoct, lui- vrrsily i t-f BlootUM, rIdM i -I i . it.. r.aw«MiCQ Unimalty, injuk; ph. I ' .. Cnlfereitj Chicago, V- c.-_ ' Poacher q{ Eagliah, Weynnwcen, Wte., lli-jii Scl L Teacher ..t KndMi. ' l.i. -i Miiiuml T ruining S.l I. iiHKt.ot ; iimi ' i pf Etagtiah Department, Shattucli School, Faribault) Mhui.. i:wrj-iH P i ; Aakfartani Profosaor ■ ►f Bagiiufc and Rhetoric, I ' hivi ' rwli.v " f Montana., bogiTminj: Kp|ilemta r I. I GEORGE FULLER RKYMH.ns. Ph. I A iti«nl Prvf nr oj I ' mjiinh tintl {{htttitir. M. i XTV.V, AIIT. A, IS ft ' Tin Of Mnnn ir, A. ii., [7 i remit; f Colorado, 1800; Tfcactper, £jtata pmpora, tory School, I1NMM 1 ; Priadpal, fjomga Fife s.-- I, 1001-06; Tractor, [fearer High School 10O5-O7; Oeau glf iv,nu.-u. Unlrendtj E HVC ' KFTOUl B. s.. L ' uirenity ..1 " Honiara, 1800: ilUnoti Stalo uurary School, I0OO-O1 ; s r «-. ii»l Cowra in Qt T6rfin nf Docn Dfa, (VI con«ln State Llbnu? Couunitaioa, [800; Mbrariaa, Unlmvlty KIX)ISE KXOtt%E«, I ' h, it, j m tractor ui f nin IWion Art S um.1. | »: -!U: Pi». H.. n,ivHisii,i -if U 411111. ia)8j Chaae Art School, Slii ■« k Hllla, 1880; School of Bdncation, ITafrenity of Chtafcgo, 1804; Art lutltnta, Chicago, nhnm l jriin nf JSNCJ nn.l | , ,„.„„. i -. itn. UmrmHty «f Hoatana, fin -.- Iflpffc abaeol 00 f ' -nv... 100040. 11; JAMES VOOJ MANSKK RHODES. Director of Pkptical Uttltmre, Stml np Coli-crglty at California, Apwlemu- Department, Hmmi mill 1!HiL fc , Mii]hiiI S.Ikm.I. l!H»|. Sriii.irn-r S,-l L VMKi. 11H»7: StiHtratl Aa tatanl in Phyaifftl ruimr , rrtivenlty - f California, lOftl-03: Director Mr . P. A. Hearst, Gollato Setttataent i.vm b«s4kir. Berkeley, California, 1900-04 ; Director . f Physical Cnltore an-l Allilwio. Makhni ' l llij-li « Mkliirnl. Li f- tilia. I£ H-i.H : Director of Pliywfcnl Culture, Muw Qorton ' i) Private School, Oak I i, California, liJ08j Director i-f Physical Culture, University of California Summer School, l90a-O4-O( O7; Director of Physical Culture, Caiveralty of Mom nun nincc 1906, WALTER ART BUR, B, s. lutinwior fa C ci " l ff " f, ii. s„ Untveriitj of Mlftaoorl, 1007; Aaahtfant in Chcmlatry, University of Mlchisan, lW7 d8i Aaaistnnl in Chemistry, Uni- rervity of Montana, IOOS-09, and Instructor hi Ctemfattry, txein- nfna; Sepi«n| ex J. L90S . AlJ.lSTii.V DANA, A. IV, SL It. .VMJJifwjrf «n BtlfffH ctriitg, a. u.. Harvard, IDOtt; s. Borton [astitu f ted toffr, 1908; (JalYonLty of Montana since 1908. 17 EUGENE K. A. TAUKV. It. S. ln tfm f ' ir in liathrurwiii , U, Cnirertltj ji California, i: inr. : Reader in Mfitbcmtip, -- -•• ■■! California, 1 000, Artfeust in Physios, MKKM)?, Iiihtnn-i-«r in Murri-Tijif ion Pfcyvfcv, SmnnuT rxMiuii. 11W7. aitd A»si i:uif in Miirh. nnuli-,. UniT-im ; 1 iMrnnnr in MmiIkiiuiI ir -. Unltwdtjf of Bjfaaiana, bcgiiioiafl Sept embay i L 19019, ROBERT NEAL THOMPSON ' , B. jr frifr f r in t ' kfini ' x. It. S.. QnJvmltj ,,f Njuthrllle, 1805: ?nirmtiar Prioelnal. HcDtepnery Bell AfftnVitiy. Xn mlk. l;« tt i»; : , imant in Bio liiM-r-iry „i tfaanrjlfa Siirmu.r, M H H t : Sln.|.i:l, Ini V(-fiity Mf I ' Jlir-IIHO. [iMHlirll; A.lilm A - h ■ i; , r .• I 1 V, 4 , ■-- ,-r . ► f L ' Jl,V l,W. " ' " ' rli " IVJJ,--,-. I«N«V rn-lriK ' Kn- in Chy i -. rhinnjn riiv, ' .rwhy Midi School, lin«l ; [iUtrttCtoc in PhjtSt , Cnivenil v r f .Mrmtnna, taftuing September 1, [909, MAREI, ROCKWELL SMITH, M. A. Instructor h Bhcvthn ami PAjftfad ffafiara n. a.. w.M.ih Coticge, MKHN »nd M. A., 1007; Student Colnro- liia School Oratory, Ifldwkl, aad Ketttnwaatnra Ijalverakf. iiim»7ii [wttructor io PaWk Speaking and Utaratnre, ■ " i nij. .. r ridli ' Kv. Kiiii-n . liMK-S-ii. " .; r | .ju-ln r « f I ' uMic KiMiifcniK ami Litem- tans, lli ii School. Toledo, Cotta, MMKi 07; [m tructof in EUocutfon and Pfajrefra) (Vilture, Dakota Wealejaji 0niv« gJty, 10Q 00; fnntructoc in Blocntloo tod PhyidomJ Gnltur , UolT tslty of M iitaiiii, beginning September t. iww. PROF. J. K. WITZM AS. Studied Hudi-r (lit- ■ -. -|. -fc.ir l .-. I i|i. .-r. Adnw ;«-ith ' l, n» l idpiii- inenvvd profcwioaal work in L876, He studied wrltl G. li. Cooraba hf the Ilnntd Street %jn iT :Tiin-y tt Sinaic in Philadelphia. 1 ■ wots choirmaster for twelve yearn of St. Julm choral) in I ' hiln- delphja, nod ; aiber of leading otcheatria ( the l- n i for wmtMii years In Moo tana h " wa director of the Boaton and Montana band and later ol i in- l£ii oul« Eagle band and director of the etata Saengerfeat, LO I A OFFICERS ARBIE E.UCENE LEECH President Frances F. Foster .... Vice President Dorothy May Graham .... Secretary WlLFORD J WlNNlNGHOFF . . . Treasurer Motto: M n Bull Dogs W « Truil " Colors: Maroon and Cream. A 1:1111: Bl -i.i:SY. lA.tXIl, It. A. Skuui Chli SUeitl Son filial. Whanfr ol State Ofi- torfeal CouMwl 1 1 1 ; IV, ft. a— If. of M. IMrtrto (2) ; IhlVi IIhU ' IIm; Orjilorinil 1 ' imi- mfttaa ctt. (4) j Detacd OoiM H ' : Editor-Ill- Gbfaf if Sentinel ($) : Mon- ■gW PI«J M : M ' ]»lM r of Board Dlnetora of I ' iv-v Dull 1 M ; Hn hn- Manner of Keuitiu I I) ; faaddoal Of BioataJM, State Onttorkal AawcSatiwi f-i) ; Sporting Editor ol Kaimiii A. tf, r. M, Hi : Boctaes ftgwigfir of CamlraJ t) : l»nii]iiirit ' rinl.: l " nnll,|. Ulllc (2), (5), ill l Presi- dent of cSaiw (4)» Amka iiazii. Btmsnaat, tt. a. ,M is--n.nl ; i. Minniiiui. Sinum Tim i;;Liiinin; r.jn-tralia : CLu-kiji j V. U ' . f. . . Qfc. lUUb- Sui-I.v ; Proeldttii 1910 Sattnal SIjiU ; l ' tii Tsiiv | f r,-u. Olnb; A S r m I(n HtMtTA I,. Sai j i W ft% K. A. lnm M " unl;iiti. MiHi1.ill;t. ii ' iiiM inn Gaston; Penetralia; KnlBiirj, Ifixebaafe Editor h So tefe Month m : Vie Ptttadent of Oiaw (1), (2); GlrJ ' w 0)m Glob; Tnird Prop. Hi. [2), (3), i i . ; Clarkla, Qaaaor (8), Critic (4); .Musi,- ■ " I ii i .. Pftnnfaat, TMrd Prep. (J), i " J : (Sentinel, Orptnlxatiac fv«!ir« r i;{i; Junior PrOUJ ConunittM Kniiiiin. Reporter: C-U : Dramatic Club: k, r. m. r n i - rerattj Prawg dhib, Rcnum Cavrona. LlItE, ] ' . A. 1 ' iiliiiiklni.. in, i jiii ii. Si ntu N«: Sil-iki s-ni in .-I : C9 i . J . H ► ; OrdiwtYa • I) : nnvrttoru [Jwwry Bociety, Pn iiN ' in :ji. Critic (S). Secretary i ' J i : r- ll-iii.- r„ il r 4 i : S-m- klo«L Literary Hi I tor ir:» ; a, g. r " . W.. I h.- . ■,- ftMnraittee (2), :ii. Prwiiktai • I i : V. M, ( ' . A.. Pra knt I !• i r y [ rtm Club, l n—i- dent, i I : Wedd)- (vairnia, Mimaciitt; Editor (3), Reporter (4): Mnurl ' diii Clltb (Lfi, Miis!ii S t (Mi: fntarcpl ' feci [febate (1), :n, (4) j Science Aswciatfoa, Vice President ITE ; Muuni. ' 1-f Alumni I ' Iim I | ► . Bigiwi Tun Gumma; I ' enetraHa Clartia: V. W, A.. CUalrnwa Social CoatmitU H): A, S, 1 " . M«; S-M- in-: Dramatic + ' lnU : n. K . ' lull : Ambit an ( in [-liatotj i 1 1 : K.iiwin Sn»ff : Saurintl Staff (3) ; ITnfc renrftj Ptoy Hi, William James Tait, B. s. in Engiuaeriug) a£oala, M«m, Bigmn v. M. CL a.. Proaideni ill, (JJ), Chairman Mfealon sunk Vmjiiiittd ' . " { : Ihiwtliorm- Literary Society; (i. K. Club: Bagi car ' a Club. Ti swiT (2) : nsi Treasurer ■ ■ : S. rnl. r..»ck«Lll I -J i. CO: Sr i nl. Track fl l. M . Miii S 1 kBQAH) i Willi IK1 it- Mi u-uhi, Vltnniitm. K;i; fwk Kappa Gaauua: I f i Eta PI : ci.. cinu n. (2), cn. M); ST. w. • ' . a. 1 1 ». 12), (3), ill, Secretary (3) ; Dramatic rufr : Bcntiocl Sn iT (8)i Junior l h ntrii Committee 23 I ' l. ' NM Is I I 1 11 K. U, A. «in ' iir FjiJI . Monlaoa. NttiM Tn t BattOU ' ■ IVtMtfalfl [ Y. W. C. A . a K, ' : liti-kiu Seatiad ir i . Vfae PtreJd.enl irt» : Kiiimii-, ] .... -i 1 Krijitir i rs » : Srnripn-I. Ikkndwf Editor (8) i J»akw Prom Conouitte fil) ; , , s. p, m. Dance ConraitTM (Jt) ; Dr untie Clun (8 , (It: VJ« C F r. iil .]ii »f CImcm i h. I ' IlHh i: rt u Til.tYHc S|inm KH. IV S- Sitfina Hii, Bikm S ntta r, Th-m Nu R|a4toa i ren ideal ..i dose l i - Ofee a 1 1. (2|, h : Mm,. jl .t of mow rt ► - ] ' ' r M »r Bail (8), I) ; Mumper of m ( i i : Se rata vy »i A ffOdateo ' EOfiaoer fS) ; Qaill and Dagger i 1 1 ; VHf Leader Hi, (21, (J! i . Advcrtfad t Miuinn.-r ..I S. ill ! r i ■ I ill i : I r;itn;ii i.- Glttb; A s. r. if. Boa Tm ro . I;, a. Twin Bridge , Montana. KnrM ' i Kappa Gumma ; Secretary " i i law (2 , i:n : I ' uik II. ll. !m. Dei =ni ' . ' : Member of is-wmi of Directon ot fofmafty Pratm (Hon 1 1 ► ; Seere- tary ' TiraunuvT Moeical Club (M, (21; Druaadc Clob; Junior Proa Committee; A. S. I " . M. Mary fcXtZAJCTB Ht RKF. B. . . M • - -.. 1 1 1 1 ;t , M tiHnii». Signi Titki Gamma; Penetralia; Montjina-VV, S. ( " , IM nt 11); Viet PisaMeot of Claafl (2) : ClaAia, Vice Praddtnt (2). l-n- tih-iit (3), OntMHT Km iiiiii (8) I S« U iirn-L Calendar Editor (St): I ' i» i s ii - Pm Club. V ' i« Pret lcat (4); Vice President, A. s. t M. 14). DaVto i.am ■Li: M A( i B. S. I .. Les, Montana. Sigma -Vii : Hawtbonw Literary Sn- ■ (fi), :t» ; Cla s Trooaurer t8) ; Science Association (3), .1 iiehnh ' L ' nuji I kimmJttec ir: i : I ' im ■■i-it,v DAItTf SlAJOVK Pk M n, I!. A. 4 ' ulilllilui .. Mnitt. sjffim Too Gamma; P» ualia; Clnrkla, Secretary (Si, Prcaitknl ;s : V. W. C. a. : a. s. i . M.. Secmai? Hi; Betaoec Aanx aiioM : Dramatic Chib: :irr Glee flu! ' Mi: A- -i- mi i in P yi hologj 1 1 ' - 0, K« i " lull : Sentinel, Clax Kdltoi -: I . W eekly Kainun, R ;»Tt r i i t. n.. (2), ( ), (4). ' ■ Qrcheatn (1), (2), (8),(4 :CHee (1), (»). rluli i J i : HhimI Li. 141: ' l ' m,-k S.[urnl i 1 i Kiiyin-ur ' s I ' lttb: A - elftmit tit rh sic». Mi. iiilii, Mmilanft, A lili ' tikry i ' .jkiiis is ho w ' ;itn-i in all dlrtctittU. Sin- firly iJi iiiiBtti In-ft [i -rM -lf ji an miivt worker ami w.- nn pmihl nf Ikt. f I ov«t liiHik and y» »h-iiN ' in N of bar ani-iif lii ishiim unirli. ilAJOKtl) La Row. .Mi-- «.iihi. Manfmuu The Quwn of the Carnival nud »li r-iir. ,,f ik.. Ban. Slajorie Imu ih luk|i]jy fjn-ultt ui siu lin-. Sin- Mlktli be recti Into public favor. Just ob- convinced Mut t e bite c e tmU tiat sn«i ' r eoAe iff. KliMM K. IIi hKiEi. Mi— uiiln. Montana. Hi ' make 11 1 1 fn.r lu r Hom in n dkhii •ii tiii nuiuner. He b lining. io l«i hj Imir t r nnv ami war m v ' Im-i •■Tain " ami ii MJ9h i «. Alter nlHiwiiiu hi- ii I ill i r v lis referee iii i hi ' Tiiir-nf- Wat Vh- wmiiIiI rvimirui-ii ' l Iii Ml li ill] Surl r:i. ' .-1lf li(iN.iiji-s iii Hi - -. | i ;k|i;l. il J . ANN Alt! LMS ROBRKfSOX. I luuiill ' aiu tlohtMM We prMe nntaetre oo her beauty for -.in- h WW " f " « r fniri i. Hw f!:i!i.-iiiL ' | II-r Bin i lit " lll " down in (In- 4flnpl» ■if-- iif ro«.rrk d Mi niN-r u eventful c reer in roHt ' src, HkWi i i ' un.il « WARMtK. CblcAgo llliimi . Ili-r. ' . hnlii - Mini ji-||Mi|i i-m, i " ill ' orator, t " (hcfc he ie ji lwiir trigger [woixwltkxd Mind!) •■ ' ■ tHejbtewi provocntlon, be " ' ►r:iii-v " with -n:ir.-r fin-ilicy. ' I ' SiK rafiUltNHfalble lr.nl, In ' IiI ' miilIu willi him from [In- " I ' ily " . Mini " wilil :itnl vnmlU Wi-«r seethe miiy to increase il tenacity lie be freed wad fond hopes f r tin law h it profession. Prowl will be the dby, whin h i nut) enter ■ in ■ bur, f " in hi eatjjMitlon it is ih ' utuNl liic-mtive of nil ihwi- wlm ruk ili i» tin- Ahnialily lfcillur. I [ ■» ■ endetii ' in 1 lirst chnotar for Who ' s Who. [SUA ' awu.i.m: KinKtA. Helena Moiitniin. Attention ' lllir ll]i-tO-rht» IjK ' hittVitr i (-OIIK " out from tin- rWt. Thro ' nit tin- town hit cycle i- the be H .f lilt! Sltrl. Ami »n i ' fur Sii hivi-, i ' m ' m-. ' In- liiid none Hur I ' ll s hi ii» ' in tows when I cotoo to the liiirrn So skillful in kWv iiim! »liifiln- in wir, We ' ve nerer bed ji eycll l lit ' 1 tbi «1 i-tw-tla If Jjtx-hiiivflir? 88 QjBDBOS ll.instv Sitmij, White Suljilmr Sprfag , Moiilunn. Hi i- u uodel of iii hiiy and pro- pdetV nwnfldn ' i ni« n naughty iliirm I t unv .■irfinusijuncw. Niiff S.hI. ItAifn wai uu i Smith. Mi— iniilj». M niijnin. N ' lhN i ir notaridtw, jwi nraj tafc? julir dnii(H. im1« ' il in I In ' rti- (•liMH-ritK; depArtmMit, Otfowwlttl Among ili " Lii . Smith ntnl lii COt«rk will luiiki ' fur tin M. K. i In- mi Hn- iln ' y deserve IW if ji Iwirn fend r ii ml till- in ' M iliinn you li« ' :ir of liiiit hi will ] • unionizing the M. K. of iliv world. Hooray wc ai [iroml of iiiUL || Mrl 1 || KM I.K V. |[|snotUa t Ifofetaja . Mhf Iul a »Hkii " t t i " i-t ' i ' nad ik |mivj ' xo tu s nk. but Miind it nil win i ilii ' tanpenoMtloil of jollity: IJ fat r nny km w her. i :i bu - Si i aim Uct S fll w Ol 1 Putin, |iiti!:ui-i, liiix ! it i iM ! ititf.s ! : lEinh t : n,„,.r : ii,» r ■ ; He bow lib own cow Jkml tlm i i around iin patch. Hi ' ha no favor it ' di» ' . b»1 kMA fmwn 4titil Mud fui on nil of tkttta Km rn M wx STBEU, BitfitlgK, MmMniw, frmliMty ;nnl tunafOlOCY bvtt Ivn i: iiiii apodal ooonms. Cunpwtfrj uutl taractry bei wsiiors v.U - n , p.-, i - I,, .[.-., -.|„ , hil i-fifuri m ln-r 1 I l • - 1 - l|| th« ' " J ' l- H ' ;i uinl fclMNII I ii« J.- Sum U.T. ' t KtOmS, " Sin- is tapran to ha.Te mln-n ■peciol intonwl iii OUO " I Hi ' - BPOfiiOf of tin j ' 1 1 r. ■- " r ' on-i Ranger, ' libit i«urf H-uhir sj«t ' jnn k n I in mi ' JUiiK ' rSita liriliils liMtmjiiB ;i ncinut lln " l orni " in the vrlntar ii»i ' and hffaonutlof in tun mountain , especially tln» n nin, dur- jm; ill " urunH - r liui ' - . GtiAUYB Ann McLean. Anm ' onilji, Muiilmm. H. ' i-i- w - liJi ' -i r.nl sinrhht in :i:uivs. Blu never skirlm it data oc , urs . In-, n r fjiiln a | ' ln ' ]iri.L.- nf Aiuveondft. I ' m tbfl« IVllll.UI A. IlnMlL Anaconda, Montjtfj . ||i- Ims 4liytilfcf. ' Ll ln l UUKCtf Hi " ' in ; ,iii|Mi!iinn ' i f st.N-rin m-nr- J. m-Vi-r ;i l;itil|K-l :i ■ - • 3 1 • v - - 1 • - • i • - ami •• ' .i n i:i)k " AnNiimiliilin " in lii ■ilwp, 1 1 • ■ is ii ] .ti 1 1 in kI «■ i " iiinl as si iht Miiii, be was a youth v bmGm uroffilfte, but In whmv AltiHK OATJIEMRl LUCT. Mi-MHilsi, BfOlltAOt. 1 1 uuiy In- h:ml hi l:-I U ' ' ' |Uilijil - l with AI.m ' i-. Iini i " r«niiil.v wui-Ui white t bdilsd her reMflm la a tun tofvlng ipiifit. 37 llAMtV IMVUN MalI.W, I a I.i v. MnitliilKi. Boot! Mini " Ql tbe dan Utudtji pd mIim-Ij »v haw numy, IT. I , Im (In 1 ' l-rivlil " ' " ! prOMpCtt . .lu l lu tk ;i1 him ! ll - board al the Horni. Tlmt ■CtoUDts for 111- [Mil, hungry, slim, i-iLilim ' lMiu- I.Hik h- i ;»l ' ri x iii ' HillLil. wh en bo isn ' l mnbnf. T« simi, iIh-iv is n - only two (liiiuss w»rib talking ;pl i. I.Hf iLiii iNm bi ' i tuiiiit rh, ' " MurT " ilowij in Un-liflnl llmm-. lb? lilu ' il, itif MwIliiiiUiI StniiiH Engineer. Ar.il i U., b - i- Hadtiskal gtMUO §-%»•■ km II |il» vr. ll«- wax tarn t1u l«»rt. £Ct lb«f |uirt and plljttf tlM ptftt ■ ' ii I is it ji ' ll.s ifiMxl iHlmv. J Ltsl ink ilnlFwan. M ll 1 . llA .-l»N, Mi " .inl;i, MnulLiiiii. Un it luius, -,iii3i II bugg, li-nti Ihljt . fm lni£s; in iiitt Any ukl Imig fusei- itnti ' Miiry. Sin ' i mif o( ch» wain iji m ill- ' li ' iM ' i ' Affiocigtlon Lial con forw«i»t umMthn: in-w in JSoiiTW Iikiik before lie pobltantlta. 38 C»i nif nuixto OFFICERS D, DUDLKV RlC MAHU-S ( " l AKI N I [. [U i. k . . Grace Evelyn Rankin Edward A- Winstanlhy President ■ President Secretary 1 re surcr Motto- " Do Others, or ' 7r V J Do You. 1 " Coloks: Green and 0 A Cot J. 41 i-J us MiU ' x City,. Montana. JUS ■ Uttf 7 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President Robert C Line Vice President Mamie Burke S? reiar$-Trwiijrcr De Witt C. Warren Dr. J. H. Undkkwood. Robert C Line. J as. B. Spi SR. De Witt C. Warren. Arbie E. Leech. Mamie: Buuke. I " .UN A VOX. ill HIRST SEMESTER t ' H A H I IS S, .Ml ' (WAS, IMh.T. .Masm.v s. McCi lum on, l k-ii» ' ' - i Manager, Aiumn W, n ' lim iiki:. AmiataQl [Editor. Wimjam A, IU:.v s kit. Managing 1-Miiur. Abtuui K. Bishop, Reporter. ROBEBI Q, Uni:, Daibi If. I " i m a . r,%v Wxhuit, [kAHZKi M. CoXNKB, Aftglfttanl BoaioeM Mnrm ■■ " i ■ h li. Tiiu.uk. I t OI.IY RlCUAaOB, Wabsi s ' ' . M icKa , Circulator. Ray hiNSMiMti. SECOND SEMESTER OuAKLBfl EL M ' i ' " W an, Editor. AlllElK IE. I,ll II, Kll ilu s Miiti:ii;iT. Anun h W. frRooRKE, Amlotanl Editor. VVlXXJAll A. BbKNKTT, Miiiinuin- Editor. Winmi in d Vt n.iiMii, Reporter Ron m (J. Like, I It ! i n a. Wkah, I " . y VVbiout, fun. I 1 ' . DoQSON, HaXEL M, LVUaX. in iu.ky I). Riciiasob, Asafaitaal BobIdms MnunRfr. Fm-.H n mi. Advertising M g«er. Mii.l.n Masox, Aaakvtanl Adttrttirinji Manager. 1. 1. ' UVKKK. Wahb n XIacKat, firvuhu.ir, Rasco W. Wkixb, ' in 8 1 ' i Sentinel (Srlifors I ■_ i ' nam i Warm-. . Bdit tt4a-Cfi!et M. l.rs-n.t: Marshall, Associate. Mii.r.Ajuj s. [ ' .i M imiKK. Hn lin ' !.s Maimer. assist .WT EDITORS. I ' iiari.Is H. UcdOVAJi. AXVUiUI.K IJlWIHl t : i un - Mi Dbak. Bpito It Stkblr |; ai en W. Smith. M s itv ll.i si v. M Aim JU t I Lillian Wie.mau . Hoi M2 a WcCi w- Avaii i.i. v. Si i I ' UKN J. Ii».. mm.v. EtoRKL ]Iii,hks. ilxiiiv I . M m l, iv. II iMW Si-I m I i:. AJDTEKTISEftS. Wll. A. UhNNin. t ' llAft. JOOKBOM. OJ Kri r.ATMIES. Km.mUI l:v. .v JOCHXtW WHTTAttl. ' 4 STUDENT MEMBERS. IC«iH Br Ci I.INK. CltAKUES S. MoOCVA3f. Mauu E. |{l kkk. Daisy M. I ' knmaw i:-T CAEBNET Bazel Boizhuk, Preridcot, IfaDBKKCE CATUW, Vl« Pfegidettt CikM i L I 1 1 n -rt iM M. S vrm-h. Maky Hespkbsox, PerotkHial Committee. Wii.i.n Clapton, Mindooa y Committee. Majuhv Jaw n; Financial Committee, i : t Steele, [nter-CoUrcfote Commit trr. Lit UTi .|imNSuN_ SiK-iill t ' lMHNlilNn ' . Of a i. CttONK. MiUlr Si ml J " Commit ti-e. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER faeaideal . Mav (3iai|aii PhwWem Ghaiiam Vie l ' rfsultut WlU.1IS C ' UlSTOlS Vie rn " 0 h »l Wii.i.ii Cl-ANTOH SwrcKnry . Mahv Ki.wm grctetAto ' Hbuem Mihui- Traumrei v. » vn Stkkli Trva nrvr M 8 Hkkihcw»j« Critic » ■«►: bta SAnesTu waits Critic . . ©Mi Cbqmk Sentinel N t ak Vmas Seittruol Etans tjeorout 71 Wo S 0 C. m«_ Mormfiaima Q ( I : S i I( . l v Ji i ■ , .- • : , ' a t f j mm i- • rjjj u rvp i « « rjj ' l J t tn ten f JioulJ be adopted by the cities oj the United States. W, S, C, Team. Negative Montana Team, Affirmative AlM.V SKLTZEK John Nkmsii Mawow, (dftlio ROM It CL J.im I!. B. BCOTtBDOO 111 ItmS I.. Kfct ' VrTlj . m , — . .M,i 4-,nv. [dhftO It. f. fflllirK I ' hi k. Lmtt; ttntanlty f [dfttn Nui irrusiM. D«. VOffT. UrM Ht rullmnc, April II Won liy Ni ' nilivt ' 7: sILENT SENTHMEL ROLL OF MEMBERS Phi xdkkt Ci.vin: A I i.l Ml - Dl mm. v. 3 0113 M, Kva.Ns. J. II, T. KVUAN. QSCAB JuM.N ' k.t,H;. I ' WH Kssoit M r Amu. Pkihkssoh K EDKKICK C Si t I. pBOtrsasoR Jbbbi I i Roj ki Suti.i.v. MlllAM I!. 1 ' iiXlhUK, Gbobok Hkbbsry Oibpnwooo, ( ' ii ahi.i.s K. Si mNs. Wll.l CAM ICAn.r. [£av IS, UTaurbs. ]Imh;m:i It HV0fl " fi8, Bi .i mm D. sn« uit, Hl.ilKU. I " . Wl niY. i " . i.i o Gk i n ii. Kuwi.v it, Comtv. U |l UAil 0. D» K)Ns N, II %.|»H.t» V. Ul AM . Rot IX McPhaiu Wll I (AM How v Pouj n fin» B. Dxok. Jam i . Jones. .r ■. u - II i si 1 1 u. % Mil ls. ,1am i s u. bosom . I.AWtriMr K. GOOOBOI 15? K. .Ii 1-.1 I ' ll w. Stbkit, 4i siaii -f. VtOOlK, cuaki i s r. OoTres; fgHWAMD A. Wi «.i i;. AJtllM ■ h ISOH SfQM tit II HUMAN C50U! M JirA Vj. rK. r CttAlQ. Oaal Jay in uir. J ' ' f;i i i nn k GlLfiKffWOOD, Wii.uam AlONTCOMEKY V a n Km an. Nihiiui [ IAXI Mr r. m.N. Aotuvr Kcmu it Butter. ItOltKJtl l " A MINIM [. Lj K. Wai i i.i: IIi kj ki M hum. Aura EtfoJcME IXBCit. I ' llAIILKS SltAILf Md ' lWA.S, Huou Temfxb Foihis. Jans 1 ' ir.Mtr.is .Jiminsi ' n. DRWm I ' UM.II ][ U ' AICIII.N. l thai i it shhukmsu tR AttA . A M BjOEl Slti Kt Mjsr Mi - ( si i Boa m H Ml IftCIME StMPBOM |[llH(i, BBSS At kin. um i BtAMOffe Nell Bvixaw, S k v BUX HM I II lii kkk, A K s 1 1 m fir rjfKBt.v. Mkn. n. J. C UP. Mr - 1 ' laM i • , i Wjhv JPUMBm i ft i ' iriiN. AU UV M DlCKKXftON Mk . Clyde a. DcfrtJitAT. KAYK Kv A EtTMDA Kl.l K I ' l ATMtHM A V Makv i m ■ l iu.i WlKKlFEED Kkiuiimer. Rbajvces V, font . Sl, n y. S. Khkkskil UOIOTHY M u 6l UU Vkkna Ki.iZAit»-TII »ifto:N. 1 1 1 r W si:«i limsir, M 1ST I fE DUHOii. ANSA Jo IIiTTKR. Lai ha S. JojiKMSf. PBAHCK8 MaBaAJMW lOKEB. I ' ll No Ni i khi.i.s KfcLI.Y. I ' l III 111 ISK Ki I 1 1 H.I I. Mai: Mmi ' iiy. Ajotci i! Mc Bane. Mll.UKKI» AUKSt MrliRraOB. Evelyn I in 1 1 y . [)AJ8Y M. PVtVMAX. Awutn. l£i sw, UaAJDEIE EtQS l; nuitJ. Lcr Saitkhthm auk. On MaNshmji Si lam, M It . Ii MU It I S]|;| 1 h . Mh- M U;V S 1 1 V y . 1 1 1 ' I II I.IM i;i S f|| ||. Aim: BeOWM WELCH, Mjf Ai Ml Vin . r . AJOR M.utv BMGn M miy 1Ia s i H.Y 1 1 l l ► i ' I s N 1 1 ' N Lin ill Sikii.i: I Ml. M. .1. Kr HKI 4 ' Kt ii. I: ri -i k Kkami h. WAI,TEB A If I IM ' W. Mi mm. as X k SlWtlfl I ' ' IAKKUU R • GERTRUDE BlHIJU CfatttAXUKJtAl BUUKUOCgE IPBOK. I im K. A. ' AIIMT. ] ' imci « r EsTOMOHTHAfi « " I I r v wimik K .titvuKt Ksis PtAffios, tMc, Al.VIN J. CflSl, Kva M iMihii i m: i ' in i i i . [nc. SUTobtos -i. r:i iii n. iLun t ashidai i:i i-.i ' M. Roll of M«33ilb«n Mi Tiiiui ni. Kouaia I n mil , n , M W GtAHAJL q njk M.ntv IIav-i S. RllPIX Fn is Mi.mii:. I hi. iosam K. Kukwouu. ' AMTM ii I-im I [u 1 " i mi U •. .ST. LAJNAl DiAVXAVTII Maci i Imditn A kih ri McLka Cm m:i i - Si ikis WcCwvc I him Mi B 1 ship I " ! M SV tu. JtawE r. ttam i . | h i«rK, Am ill k V. Hit ii rm |»i m it HKi i i m v sirs i i - Ii ii m S.HH!.. Mv.MilrV ].IM VMIH tl l ROBS, Mi ih«i:i. i: ni l HTII Sn i I i Juii IHii.hiim T.iYnm. I ' ROf, RdflERT N. THOMP80K. [ AXUIXI0» OBOH B WAWS N lE V| Win L " aIuiI IM: [ l tAaKM TlH MI WllARTOJf. Wntvowi .ii u Wis icj sgboi i . It, w. Smith I ' im.ii TlO ' HI r. It. 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A long and inter- e tijip code of ceremonies, ha» been prepared and will be acted oul on ihe scalping ground). rillKl- ' S. A. i:. Lm ri iS i ' inr t ' mt I His t -ii Si-f nt f Vri ' ituHiitM, J. i Jiihnkun — I Junior I ' rrx ► t ' liw ' f uf Hi,- Hrnvm It. l». Uji M.urns -iSn|ih Pri l . CdIcI Scalper K. B, Hi man Chief Medteioe Hit it. w. Vm,I (Fro rn i v id in i BKAVBS tN CriARCK OF ill I- GAPTIVK8 tl„ n. Mmuv, Kg, i:. Rr w. II. T. bVtBia £ SItCoWAK; SSI TUG OF WAR I ' MF.D Tun -.Ml-. Captain. Dan Cos m:r, Anchor, Dud Richards. Gus Chisholm, E, K, Lovett. Clarence Buck, J. B, Taylor. Leo Baker. Art, O ' Rourke. Warren McKay. i D WlNSTANLEY. WON BY SOPHOMOREa Ci cil DoilsoS, Cantain, Royal Sloan. Anchor. Dick Johnson. Roscoe Wells. V V. ! •: M M ' " ' : I.. Bl:d Beard. Pete Hansen. O. D. Speer. C. F, McCabe, Carl Cameron. 01 Spring swig A murmur as from countless tiny throats Persistent sounds, but alt so soli and low scarce can hear il. 1 bul feel and guess It is ike voice of things thnl live and grow; Tin voice of silczil trims;?, dumb teeming life That thrills and quickens in the earth Ivlow. Above ihis subtle music, stronger chords Make harmonies. The meadow lark ' s refrain Alluring sweel is trilled: the robin ' s call Sounds gaily with the killdee ' s minor strain. The world is full of music, piercing sweet, So perfect that its joy is almost pain. The great gold tun rides high in depths of blue, A gracious monarch he. who rules alone All life, and draws from it the harmonics — Strange subtle melodies of every tone. ' I Tic musk of the growing grass and Itcps He m :ikes, arid all the bird song are hi own. Adorer of the sun am I, and so A little of his music I would sing A little add to a IS this harmony. This music of each living, growing thing. Dear mother earth, let me rejoice with you. For life is good. Behold il is the sprim:. Montana BuswelL, ' 09, THE SQUARE THEMG " Frances, " called her father, " ihe carriage is wailing. " " Yes, I ' m turning. " answered a clear voice from the back part of the house. Mr Ward looked up from hi newspaper to see a small avalanche descending upon him. The impending misfortune did not look very formidable, however. It resolved itself into a young girl of perhaps eighteen, in a brown suil, with hat and furs of the Same shade, and with brown eyes that utterly shamed them all. Instead of having brown hair, such a nature intends to go with brown ryes, France h.id a ItisLrou black: this was only one of the many ways in which she defied conventionality, 1 h t l, ivid coloring and the dimple that played high on one check gav an indescribable vivace lo her face, which the demure eyes only heightened, instead of lessening. Frances clasped her arms tightly around his neck, and he held her clow lo him for a moment. Then resting his hands upon her shoulders he said seriously: " ou know, I- ranees, that I have always been proud of your fine sense of honor. You are like your sainled mother in that respect, and I want you lo grow lo be as fine a woman as she was. I won ' l ask you lo win honors in your lessons or in music. I wi[] say nothing about ihe number of dances you go lo, or the money you spend: I only ask one thing of you. " " What is that, father? " " That you always do ihe square thing. fl may not b? easy, sometimes it will be very hard; but 1 want to know lhal ] can depend on my hi tie daughter to do the square I bins under all circumstances. Then t will be content. " " I will, father. " she answered tremulously, " You can trusl me. " In half an hour Frances was flying along on the train that was to take her to her first year of college. Looking out of th e wmdow with unseeing eyes, she wondered what college would be like. Who waa going to be her roommale, and would the M girls like her, or would she be lonely She hofjed she would get to go lo the firs) dance. She smiled as she thought of the sign th.il her chum had grven he: |o hang in her new room: " Cf all sad words of tongue or pen. The saddest are these: can ' t do uiihoul men. " 1 hen her brown eyes became serious a she thought of lur father, " I ' m all he has left, row that mother is gone. " she whispered lo herself, " and J must not disappoint him. Oh, I ivill he strong! [ will do the square thing! " It was three months later Frances was kneeling on the (Ioot beside ihe open window, resting her amis on the sill, and loo kirn-! mu into the mghl. I ler room was dark, save lor the ck t.imoji.i] ■.■I.hh t « .» a r.iv moonbeam. The C lflfnU WW qtlitt still. Suddenly the chug-chug of a machine stabbed the silence, and the powerful eyer of the car peered through the tree down by Ihe gate Swiftly, smoothly the machine shut around the driveway and sloped at the door of the Hall. The siren shrilled forth its imperative summons, and in answeT a window was raised on the second floor, and a girlish voice called, " ' All right! " In a few minutes a merry crowd of girls ran down the steps, laughing and talking, and piled into the car: all but one, which Frances recognized as her roommate. " Marie, come and sit with me " , called one of the girls. " No. she ' s going to sit in this seal " , chimed out three others. " You ' re all slung ' she cried gaily, and sprang into the front seat beside die driver. The engine throbbed and the machine glided away into the blackness. " Oh. " murmured the girl in the window. " I can ' t stand it, 1 can ' t! I can ' t give her up! She is mine! " and the tear which had been welling up in her heart and throat all the day, now had their way. In a little while the sobs ceased and she became calmer. Her thoughts drifted hack to the pa ! months and found com- fort in the recollections of the old happy days. What queer fate had placed Mane and she together as roommates! I lu-v h,n! never seen each mher before they came to college, and yet in one sSo. l Weefc ihey became meh friends as one rarely sra. How congenial they had been from the very first! Neither one ever appeared without the otSer; they attended classes together, went every where with each other. The girl in the school had jokingly called tkem " the inseparables " , and so they were There had not been a flaw in their friendship, in all those months of constant companionship, unlit the last week, when ihe rushing for the two sororities had begun. Then for the hr-t tiriK ' , t rum r kid krnv,v,i what H was like lo be left at home alone while Marie went rji. It had all he so Strang?, sitting alone in the room without Marie; Frances remembered how she had tried to fix her mind on her lessons, had -l,irlc i i i r! . i himdn-d lhrws: hut rmjld n- ! h- 1 -. r ' ,. : .ul-n .,!,! ■ roguish face which seemed to peep at her from every corner of the room. Sometimes the vision smiled and called her " Francic " , which had been Marie ' s pet name for her roommate; again it looked sadly serious, and the blue eyes seemed to say, ' T am s?oing away, dear, 1 am going into a laud w||i ' Tf v.hi will 5h- ,1 kuii Hi.) I. " At the thought of that, Frances buried her head on her folded arms, in silent anguish. Tin- ecol night bmeae stirred the curtains and f.miied her i Meek Rently. The moon slipped from behind ils cloudy veil and shed a kindly radiance over the dusky head as if lo hear its burden. The next day. after helping Marie dress lor a matinee party to be given by Omicorn Phi, the sorority thai was rushing her. Frances took a couple of pillow and a bock, went out across the campus, and sat down in the fhade hehirid a hcd e. After reading for an hour or so. she fell asleep, and lale in the afternoon she was awakened by the sound of voices on the other side of the hedge. Yawning drowisly. she wondered whose they were; her sleepiness, how- ever, overcame her curiosity and she was just on the edge of ihe land of dreams again, when she heard Marie Van Eman ' s nam? mentioned. She sat up with a start to hear what was being Said about her roommate. " All the girls want her; " a voice went on. " I liaven ' l heard anyone say a word against her personally. Didn ' t she look darling at the matinee, this afternoon, in thai irornflnwer dress " Like a Rash Frances understood who was talking. It was Cynthia Allen, a member ol the sorority thai had given the theatre party, which must be atl over by now. She listened eagerly for the other voice. iJtt " Yes, I never saw Marie look prettier, although of course she can ' t compare wjflj f- ranee Ward .is to Teal beauty. " Thai perioru on the olher side of the hedge, blushed with delighted surprise, as she recognized (he voice of Aline Stewart, a girl whom she thought had disliked her " But of course we tan ' t pledge Marie ' Cynthia continued, " wilh that disgrace in hrr family ' " Oh, you mean about her brother? " said Aline, " It seems a shame, when we all want her so much, to think thai she has to be kept out of Omicron Phi by something that is not her fault ' " Yes, it does. " agreed Cynthia, " bul if we don ' t lake her, most of the rrls waul to pledge France Ward in her place. We can I take both; it has ta br ettheT Mar or Frances. Let ' s go in to dinner. " As the voices died aw y Frances realized what she had done. She had eaves- dropped! In her eagerness as to whal they vvcre going to say about Marie, she had listened In whal was not meant for her ears. A burning shame overspread her fare. Then she fell to thinking over what ihcy had aid. What was that ahovil disgrace in Marie ' s family? Marie had no brother, Frances knew. What could they have meant? Suddenly she understood. Marie had told her one lime, as a joke, of an incident tliar happened when Mr. and Mrs. Van Eman and M ine were spending a few days in a lillle country town. They had left early one morning, and while on ihe way to ihe Irain, had heard that I he safe in ihe hotel where they had stayed had been robbed ol several hundred dollars during the night. Beyond feeling glad lhal none of them bad put anything in the safe, Ihcy never gave the malter another thought A few days afterward, however. Mr. Van Eman happened lo pick up a newspaper, in which a detailed account of Ihe robbery was published. The thief had been caught, and gave his name si Arthur Van Eman, As he was a young man and apparently well educated cvervom immediately decided thai he was a son of Mr, Van Eman, " a gentleman, who with his wife and daughter had spenl several days at ihe hotel, and had left early in the morning, the night after the robbery wa committed, " lo use ilie words of the paper, fi weni nn to say lhat suspicion pointed very strongly to (he Van F.mau family, and lhat every effort would ! c made to trace them. I he idea wa fO ridiculous thai Mr. Van Eman just laughed and showed the paper to his wife and Marie. A they were leaving in a few hours for New York, fie did nol even take ihe trouble lo deny ihe report, and the incident was forgotten. Frances wondered how the sorority girls had ever heard of it. " Whal an absurd late lo believe. ' - she said to herself. " The idea lhat Marie would have a brother that was a criminal! " The girls did believe il ivas true however, and what was more, if they didn ' t find out dilteretitly they were going to pledge her, —Franco Ward! Jl was not unlet then lh.il the full enormity of what she bad heard burst upon her. [i resied with her whether Marie would be pledged to Cmicron Phi or nol, for she alone knew the facts about the so-called disgrace in Marie ' s family, and if she kept silent, what would the result he? They could go back to the old happy limes, the day of close friendship again. They WOtlld still be roommates, for even if she were phdnrd. F ranirs re-nlvicl I fci-i1 she would not go to live in the sorority house lhal was being huill on the hill. She would slay wilh Marie. " And if 1 weren ' t pledged. " she lold herself, " what matter? Mane and I would still have each other, and I would rathei be a barbarian wilh her than an Omicron Phi without her, She laughed happily. and went in to dinner. That evening, when Frances was walking around the campus with some of the girls, one of them exclaimed: " Oh. ] have a T. L. for you. Frances. One of the girls said you were the squares! girl that she ever knew. " " How lovely! " and Frances blushed with pleasure. She thought no more aboul it then, but later whe:i she Was writing a letter to her lather, the careless remark of the class- mate came back to her. She stopped for a moment. Was she keeping her promise to her father? Yes. she had kept it so far, that was certain, but how aboui now With a rush of remorse. Frances realised that she was not doing the square thing by keeping silent as to Marie. The right thing would be to tell the Omicron Phi girls the truth of the matter. She saw it all plainly now. Flow could she have been so blind before? " But tt ' s none of my business, " argued something within her " If the girls had come to me and asked me if il were true, then of course I should have told them so. As it i», I am not supposed to know anything aboul il. " " That doesn ' t excuse you from doing what is right, " whispered her good angel. " You do know all about the mailer, nhelher you are supposed to or nol, and you must lell ihe Omit tmh Plu virU for Marie ' s sake. " Ah, there was the paint I If she explained the affair to the girls, they would without a doubt pledge Marie, for had not its vnlljta and Aline said so? Then that would be ihe end of cv .ylhing ; she knew that. Marie would go lo live in the Omicron Phi house, for she had as much AS (old Frances thai she would. if she were pledged,, and Frances would Ik- left alone. " Here is your chance. " whispered lhal something within her, which would mate itself heard- " You know Marie has l -en ho i rid irj you the lasl few weeks. She hasn ' t done anything outright, but she has hurt you so many time with mean little things. She never hardly talks to you any more. The minute she gets home from some party, she rushes off to one of the otlui rooms, and never seem to think you like lo be told about it. " " Marie is just thoughtless, " argued Frances ' belter self. " She doe not mean to be unkind ' " Yea, bul she ought lo try lo help you bcaT things, and not make it harder for you. Why. even one of the Omicron Phi girls who h rushing her said she was treating you ' rolten that anyone could see that, Now if you keep quiet about that brother- a flair of hers, no one wkll ever he I he wiser, and everything will b? all right 1 " Oh. I eanV moaeed Frances, " I can ' t let them go oi believing a lie about Marie. And ye! how can I stive her up? I love her soF 1 Her eyer Were misty with unshed tears as she picked up Marie ' s picture from the dressing table, and looked at il hungrily, ih ' Jllly for a time. Tbefl s!ie whispered ever so sofllyi " Do you know what those eyes Q [ yours are asking me to do, darling? They ore pleading with m? lo sign my own death w.ui int. ft sounds funny, doesn ' i il? " Her voice caught in her throat. She rase unsteadily a.-d went to the door. " I must tell the Omicron Phi girls now. " she murmured, as she turned the knob, " while I have the slrenglh. " Marie was pledged to Omtcron Phi lale the next afternoon, and f- ranees we-nl down to dinner alone that night. As she CUDC Wl«( ibfl door of ihe diningroom. she slopped for a moment and leaned IgtinSl I he wall, with Iter eyes i- fused. " Now they will all fook me over to see if I have a pledge pin on, " she viid under her brcalh. " Oh, the torture of those eyes, (he pitying ones as well as the steering ones ' . If I only didn ' t have lo go in all alone! " A burst of gay laughter grated on her ears: she quivered, and ihen stood bravely erect. The girl who had tried lo do the square thing passed into the diningroom. Ha u. M. Lyman M Ml ' She sat looking out reminiscently. sadly upon ike campus below Her. Her arms were on the window sill, and her bead rested wearily on her clasped hands. The moonlight fell softly on her, and made the tiny tears sparkle as they fell from her long lashes upon her cheek, and rolled down onto the sill. Some of the boldest moonbeam danced past the girl and explored the room liehind. Some touched lovingly the roll of white that lay on the table near the window. Others more bold than the first went farther in and danced about the mysterious black heap on the chair. Still others played about the wall, sorrowing that the pictures and pennants were no longer there. The bare walls displeased them, for without pictures, how could they play hide and seek) One ijroup of daring fellows made their way to a far corner where stood a huge trunk. In that they found plenty of recesses for hiding placet, and danced merrily anions i - hi-.ipi-d upon n. No sound broke the stillness of the night, save the girl ' :; sigh as she sat looking. Outside, too, the moonbeams were running riot, and the soft summer breeze stirred the leaves of the campus trees. The whole place was lighted by the beautiful mystic light, and tin- tall tre« along the walk threw weird shadows over the gras . The eyes so heavy with glistening tears contemplated the scene before them. How often before they had looked upon that campus flooded with moonlight, -that campus significant of such good times. — that campus from every corner of which jumped old memories to confront her, that campus that had seen so many hard struggles during her homesick Freshman days. Off in the far comer rose a tall elm tree, and the gently swaying branches seemed lo call her attention to it. " Do t you remember me J sheltered you that first day so long ago, when you were lonely and homesick, and wanted to leave. $0 Hiaw Weil she remembered lhat day! Could il have been four Ion? year before Whal a foolish litlle Freshman he had been! How lerrihly ?erious she had laken herself. The smile fought for a moment with the lears, but the tears co nque re d as ihe girl remembered lhat il surely was four years ago. and that alJ was over. From another corner — over by the Gym — the dear old Gym — stood a lilac bush heavy with blossoms. The soft scent vm ■ ntiy blown to her hy the wind and with il came memory again. There it was — yes, right by lhat bush, that He had asked her to the firs! dance. That also, seemed almost too long aga to remember. Still — yes. it was perfectly clear now! She had been so happy. so happy! Sine had been the first SopcmoTe to gel a " bid Again tear dimmed her eyes. The scene became blurred and indistinct and the moonbeams made pearls of the shining drops on her cheeks. Those dear, dear dances! What good times they used lo have. And yet — thai awful floor. They compared it lo sandpaper, she remembered, and finally got so ihal ihey knew where the rocky places were. Her ey« turned to Ihc Gym building standing alone in one corner of the campus. The moonlight beams softened the hard lines, and memories became so leaed too. That physical director! How all important he was. How the girls all hated Gym. Il was so nwlt bother, you know, to have lo go over there jusl to play with a dumbcll or two. This time smiles conquered trara. and the dimple showed themselves as she thought of the days when ihe girls had gone over lo watch ihe class basketball gunr . I ii-M veils ih.H startled ihe dusl in the top of the building. Such clapping when your team made a basket. Although she could nol see it. she knew thai just behind the Gym was ihe football field. There il was thai ihry used to yell lo yi ' ll until the very mountain shook. She could see in memory, ihosc fiyun-s ftgblitiH; and running after the ball. I low proud Ihc grrls always were when the boys made " good ' " , and how they waved ihe pennants, as the team filed from the field victorious But those games— she sighed — . No more would football mean Lo Jict whal it mean! then, even iho she mnrhl come back as an alumna, ihe chief interest would be gone, fo: would nol the boys be gone loo? Ah. yes. 101 J k tears were fallina fast now, for as she thought of the many happy hours spertt in the college and of the morrow when she would leave tt all. her heart failed lier. She row from her pitting l i« " n Dn the floor, and slowly looked around her room. There cn the table, thro ' the misty him before her eyes, she saw the roll of white lied with h r class colors. That simple roll of pap;r stood for trie four years of joy and sorrow, of work and pleasure. Near it lay the black mass of her cap and K awn; symbol of Smior digiitv, they were. Today was her last day as a Senior, Over in the corner srood the big trunk opea as tho ' waiting for ihe last things. Again she turned to ihe window and stood gazing out, hut not comprehending the rare beauly of the scene before her, • . i ' r : k i! i thi h™ ; ' :-.:mi t« smki- midnight. - , " One two — three — , " she counted, as the deep note struck. " Ah. " she murmured, twelve o clock. It u all over. No. she was mistaken. All was not over, the flock tolled not the end. but the " Comme cemenU , Loi isk Smith. T 3. YESTERDAY LMOST yesterday it seems to mc ] was a college lad, with all the hope- fulness of VOtitJi before mc and not a single Care in all the world, yet, what a ttretch of years lie between that yesterday of memory and the today of reality. Oh, yes, what a stretch of weary plodding years. As I write this in the old room of our college days, where many a night I toiled for the success of a tomorrow s lesson, there mmes to my cars, home softly by the evening breeze, the cheery Inkling of a mandolin with manly happy voices c«nying the nine of an old song of college days. Somewhere, close by, a jolly crowd of good fellows is gathered together in hr;irl 1r heart fraternity ajxE .hi ,u d fn:,- ,u i| k! |. n .,!np Just a chil! comes to my heart, as F realize truly for the first lime how very far 1 have drifted on my course since the old days, and the care Iree way of living them- For J too, was once the welcome comrade in such a croud and I know-— I know 1 Noiv it is another song they are singing. For its always fair Weather when good fellows pet together with a stein on the table and a good song ringing clear ' Those seem to be the words; but after all, what does it matter, words arc only words. It is the spirit there — the spirit and the feeling. I wonder if they realize how much of perfect life they are tasting now. how long it will be ere they again know uch sunny golden hours as they are W ' :h ..v. do you suppose, come back in after years and sit by the open window as [ am sitting and hear other men and other voices singing those old songs they once made ring so well, even as 1 did also and not have come irrlo iheir heart something lhal » heavy and dead, and to their understands the first keen realisation of all that was once theirs? 1 1 ihi-y be uu. Ben I say, they will feel those things and know with tear in their eyes, unashamed as they are in mine. Just for the time let us suppose lhal we are united again to be with that old crowd in the dim days. Now we are all together in one of the rooms that made our lounging place then. We will light up our pipes, fellow : this is to be a night of it I am sure. To you. old man, and you.— what shall I say We all were to live over the good old day , hut 1 cannot tell of them. I cannot. It seems o clear, o real, but 1 have not the skill to draw a true picture of feeling, of emotion, of fellowship. We are there again, true! But can one tell of the meaning of the laughter, the way the songs pull at the heart, the manly glance from eye to eye, or the good cheer, the rare good cheer? No! 1 can realize. I can live again; but ] cannot tell; I believe sacred things must be this way. Perhaps it is best; who knows? But there, the far away tinkling has ceased and the voices and the song died away. The spell is broken. lite wind is chill now, just like the day before us. 1 will gather up these paper and dip away, for there are tear- stains upon my cheeks and I must hide them. No one hsali see. I am not ashamed, hut they are sacred tonight. What is that! " For it ' s always fair " — It ' s only an echo, that is all. Jul STUDENT MEMBERS. Blcma Nm. EtOSEn l Link, Aim ii l ic W. O ' ROUEKK OFFICERS. Ptwitaii i ik. Jons P. Bow Rappa Kipp Guana. Pice Pmideai .... D wm.jhm k. Hrm |: " t-,ix - IGuwaww xcr. K« n»tflr ' FtoMroci Catuk si K i3kj» riii. Eiaum iiv. . Awm i:. lihh. Ktppa Alpha Tbcia. I ' A T|.TY MKMI i:i;S. l- ' innrso: i ' .vn.i.N. A x vu»:i.i.»: ROWJCTSON, t»tt. JteSK IV ROWS. FftAJICKi COOBIft. Hk. Wii.imu K. ] ui»k. Iota Xl1 U ' ii.mam A. Ki.ts m.it. OOAltU .loiisisos, Sii;iiiii Tun lintiinui. Robcrj i if in m mil t sm 1 1 ion IQMA MU Fotmlod Virgirit MOafl Ii rtafeate, £369 CHAPTER ruiv.-i ily if Virginia. E2niU H tl.-lkmy COlfac. 1 TA M« " IWT riliVlTl»ll,V. f f ii f t. - - 1 " iii h i " -rH i r i f AtafinmiL L — lt««Wiinl ■ ' ill li ' lTi ' j K ai ' Ca -North l nrsiji AiTir-uluirJil t ill« " ,;« I.A%inni Wnxliiuufuti mill ruhvisily. Mr — • Cnlntsity Of OgttfgiA. 1-iL ;i n :i Siatr I Diversity. Xt Kmmry Qolfagft, 1 1 Is-liish t iiivi-r iiy. It no Mfaouri Siatc Liiivrrsily, ■ia randefbfll CTnlvcftdry. t " a-Mijits (tuivcralt) i if TcyOfc Liu LMitaiuut Slot I nivernita Is? — I ' iim-ryiiy of North I ' nrolina. hi i DftPAUft LuiM-rxLiy. Tt» :a Zm Timlin- Dltimsitj-. V.t pa Ti n tJdLversii) uf IiuMjik.t, Iii i I ' iiha Aliil-uinn Polj !■«• ■: i ti i ■- lri iinil«- s LOTA— Motmi i ni felfefeft I p ii Mi Stul.- I ' liivi-rxily Ol I " Wil. Hpta i Mhin sinii- I ' jilsvisiiy. IttTA Xt -William fowrfl r-iii, , . Mini Unlreniiy of E pnuQrltaiila. Bkta 8»HA i ii ! ■ i i i j of VeroWmt. Bkta Tab Kortti lAirollnn a. ajofl M, (Tolbftfc liinA l u.. Ftn-i- I ' lilvii-i-lmi.-. v t ' rii — Tiil: u«- tfnlTeodt) Dm ' Hi- i lim»l Stanford, -fr, ITulwwUy. B ta tsi -University ol California. U.UIMA .lll ' IH 1 In nl ' L-iil Si ' mmi) .if ' I ' ii ' IjIjuIhi A ROLL iiiint, Beta Kdttbwtttetti IMvckIUj GAMMA GAMMA All, i , ..||,.-,.. li uuA Dklta. — Sfrvins lasiinnc nf iVihnfilnsy. Gamma rj iv s Lafayette Uolfc -!-■ ii amjia Hi a —i ' i i] fj Ii i S ln«i| nf MiiH ' v. GAMMA 7.i CA t ui 1 . .oily nf Iptvuoii, r.. ,fM Lhki a k ' nni.ll I ' nms-siry. Gamma [ota Sum ' r,iii.-i. nf KHmiu-ky. Gamma Kaim-a irnfretwlt) of Colorado. ii nn Lamioia — rnivorwity nf YVi -oii in, Gamma Mi ' Uui j»itjf ■►f ItUboin, Gamma Nr Ctdtcwity •( Michigan. ilium XI Stilt " ' Oottraf . nf SilBrw unci Mi-ijil|iir Si v IMh.I liiiuu dim i,n Wn ]iiisi:i«ti Li ' Ui ' P it . Gamma i " » tTnimwltj of Vft» Virjitidn. Gamma it tin DniTumitj »f CXlajfa. Hv. n Sn. ma- Ii.Mii SM - i:.mim TA.1 I ni THiy «t MiltttWOSft. 1 1 A M M A I I ' -Iin l ' hii T-Hy ..I Arkilli-Siv i;A«.M I ' m I niwi-il v .tF MniklniUL. Gamma Gin — L »fwr tl r . r iVrt k ipnst «i. Gamma r«t Syrm-n - IToivwJfjr. I n i i a Ai.i-jiA ri c School « f JkmuJnl Scteoei. I In. I A Hi I S I ' .it 1 1 in mill rolli lr, iui.1% thki a toinhtnl tTaiv mlty, Lnii QaMMA ' " oldiiili n tTalv rAity. | i i i Dm I a l% ' i i»ylMiniji Stnl« ' i ' mII.- ' . her i a Kita irt (rn l: " «-in«- Unfvtrtity. 1i»:i.ta KPwUajS OhlftltunM Lnisi-t .iiy. PtoHJo- t I» IIV.T. Squill-. U " |,i-i linir. Mihvnuk .-. ALUMNJ CHAPTERS MtgOHtM AI«.I t». ttlnff I Ark. I bittlc tt , Wnjiliiiirtitri, Imiiliiii l Mu. 1 Si I... Ml-. ] i-l::ir iij.nli-. N. . V.irk l ity. i ' ! u rTi 1 1 1 ■-. ItOMtog, Dvlroii, K-iii--- lautwiift, Itilli-isll, wrinldgtoi i N. i ' fhltodvlpfaliL . Gify. ii.; SHGMA MU Frsfre in Urtw Jnn. M. F.s.ss . JANC3 lii c kihh sk. Fl.nvir I!. II Al:m nih ih.ii. lAlua It. Sri i B. S. A. IIaKKIM, ill 11 s I.. Sxn HB, Fi.uut IE, .UiFI.n pn. Fit.SMi M. BOXNEB. HL CALI4ETOH. THOMAS B, BVAM9, J All EE IT. Bf NME Al l AN II. TOOUE. j, iv sIaktijt. .Uhi 3i. Lucy, f. IIaboud Sloakc I . La scab Ma clay. Wiltged i. Wixxraaeonr. Kobkbt C. Lime. William I. Tait. JOCXLTN W II IT A K kh. 0. RAYUOHD DlWE N M fir W. S si IT 1 1- HOUU B M kCLAT. Masm v a, Miiti i.ui i. ii. J ' mii M. i ' sis mi:. Aunii K IV. 0 RoirRKK.. 1013 CEO!!! V. D0BSO Ksiii. s. H cokes. Owen t - Specs. HOLIXB P. KEKMEtT. CtACM I ' McCAW l ' ,sm.l ' .s.siMnN. ROTAI D. BLOAITE. Clasexck H, Bcck. 100 Mil SIGMA CHE— Bella Delta Chapter (ffoftblUhafc September, Is ;, i Ft fishes fat F raltftte PJKUW MPR Wll j.iau [). IfARKi.VH, MHa IMU. I " n »n:ssiHj B BCPKE1C$ 1 ' . ScHECCII, Delta I Min. hi:. I t« it .1. C AfO. M. IU . Jrm I:a PA1L. Ali ' lm Z ' Til- Itk. LeoK iVmtA. Aljilut Sijcmn. ivn.r.iAH a. KRjBoiT on ' , Afy ii fata., Aki ittK flABOlTT, Alpha Zeta. I ' ' j:km. u T. FE8fi1 MW. Al| 1«a InNi. Quail M. FKjtair oK. Alpta Phi KimiMi IS. Ji (POLE, Tbfttn, Kov W. WlfiTOfr, Alpha Xi. Bete Delte JO KK] W. Sum. rinmi Kmn .Mi Sumvs. TnoiiAfl Jows»ti Fairxu. Onjnstt .1. Mkinhaiih. u 11 ham o. rncKfwaOH, T. L o GratKouau. Waj.n it II. Mi Lt.im. Wir.i.MM II. IVh ii v I ' m. it B, Bin k. l:. Kisd GAKU.xtm ?r, Uoiskkt II. " Aitv. :iii:i i! j ll vi ko fi ili;snv I ' . Toui v. Fratrei iai Ui ai fl ft l lS tipfel 1010 a it 1 fi 11: p. Bishop, k, Tiiayki StaoBoictp. Afcieir 1:. ijegs 11. KntKi.K It. LlTTI.K. 1 ' i t: m i .] h qgR M 1 111 T, R WH8. It, Dvplkv Rich a M 1 1 m M m . HVAl Hi: i-. )h r 1 ! 1 x i !■: m Milt I ( V A S . Brassi iv Hi iiini. Ash |». CmBlfOOT. P. A. Vtxsi.v M v, .hi. Sl.iM I 1 I ACTIVE CHAPTERS , UMM Mu.mi I ti i i ii . Kmium 7.1 i U ' ii-hirii. ' tun jiii. I l.i ■ Eia [tafritvltj uf Mil Yn ,Yh; :i« Vji ]iiii t nL I " diversity. I im-i-in. .K-iM ' i- in r»ll -si. Katpa l a fen. ii tWtaw. tAftfWlA— Irj. ' ifliHi l Hivi " i il . .Mr I HmjUihi l ' lilu ' wltj . UMIU )!?— Dfakibfiga Calkc . itiro ismii.t CoiUwf, l»in— Ij«f4k ' ii. ' i ' hiII bh. ( ' (II- Mllil.Hl-F 4 MAgfe l ' sl rniv.T-.5ly .,f Vitviniu. OjfttrA firth POrit Bti 1 ' «i htm y. Airir s , i PH k KoUul f ltefC a i i n BtirA I ' liii. ' i ii.s r CaH oraia, Ainu GaXXA " lij„ Si.-il.- I ' rihiTsii.s. Al.Pl.A $feBIIjpM | " nivrr»tiy of X. ' ltnixkn. AF.PIlA ZfcTA Bdall 5oU«f |I|LTA i ' lll " iVlklnLnlj rH.1l-;-. 7a i I ' m I niv. rviiy ol i ' Lrn-intim i. Tmita Thkia- 1 " ni .THity at MiHiii.,.i.. I.ninm E , mis a StfitC I iiiv-r-i.s ol K.un ky. Mr Mr Wtart Virtfitiui L ' aiwralt?. Xt Xi- 1 ' iij -t- irx ..! ' Mi— ■•uri. Tai ' I ' m U ' .i-.!, IqftM I Hi ' • ' •r ity. Aim . Tnrr - Max»ad)U t tt«l [Mtittttt nf T.-vlii l ' tii I ' m I ' nlvamitj of Pcanwytvauiia AM ' ha Eta - Tuiv.-r ii.v «»f loiva. l Iot.v— lllino-s ttVriimi). , i a i.auiiha- rtiivrr-5iy til W| naa u Aii ' Ma Xt •— I ' ulvcrsil.v ..f T-%As. Alpha Xt- -I ' mversiij- uf K«n w». l l-il " " Ml. h;. TlllillH I ' llivi r-ii; Al.HH Pi AlM ' ori C« Jttf » . AxriiA lino f-iiinh I ' tJivi jNkr. Ai.mi.i St .« . I ' uifr-ii. 1 . of Minrn ' ilflx AU " HA PPHICOR In .i-iii ..I S...H Ij. ' TIl I ILf mia. Aii-iia I ' m i ' miIhII 1 " hiv.TfiKy. ai.i ' ha I ' m Peuuylvaali tuu Cathy , Ai.pii.v ISj— VnotW ' Hi EHlvrr .itj Ai.pim Ouxoa tigtaul Stanford, Jr. I ulvwfttx. r.i i a (ivw«A r..innt.ii. loiii-sji-. l!i ii hj. ' i.v -I ' liivi-Fsiri uf M.. ,i i itui Rpanos flnirerrit) " of null. IU:i ' A Kkta — I ' uii ttiwftj of ««nh Dakota. ISita El A --i ' im- S Ihh I i.T A]i| tt " J S. ' ik-m ' . Bkta Thkta ralvwraitj »1 Vltttiwxtk, IH ' .M ' a I ' HI ' l I ' iiI ' .Iii ' S " ulvi-ixtrv. Xi.ta Kl ii r.-niml I ' nii ' Txii.s ..f K. •murky. El a El l nitijuinh. Kaita Kappa rnlvwrftjf »t 11H»»K | iif » Ir. i [■ k ruiv.T-iit.v -if Mniat . Xi N« rnlviorrflj ' f tjotaialiia. rniirin». ojuH ims I ' ahtiaits of Chi i UphuoM i " I ' hh.iis I ' uivttwitj nf iViw lafctan, I ' si | UJ SytaCUAl I " uivkT-iiy. OXKUA Q91HB4 riiiv Tsity i.f Arkjn. nji. ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlrtntn. t..i r5i;k. I Vi ' - . Miir -ht»i|, llotttorj, . la -:i. 1 1 -.. H) M iiiitKt ' ii. Ulifiol Cfcai Wtatt, WW ViriEiniji, . " ti l.Mts THiiiMt-, i ' iri. ' irinniii, MliiiN f " lrvrlnn l. OliiiL rjn»hiiri(li f r. ' imtj Ivsuiin- Sim Ertiin-kM-... rnlif ' rni.i. i " t|uiul il- , i Mil... Denver, f btrato. I r..ir. M.i. I.iijili.. I iitntiiinii. i Ibkh UacrbliniK, ( ' enocjrlvmntA. K nn ns i ' itv. MtKMniri, ln.liniii»|. " li-- [artlUM S h l-iki- H ' ny. Vtah. Snmi. ' . vVaab VMtt. nt.hk. NTH t ItiK ' k. Arkmi-it-. I t Ai.in-|.- -. i .iltfnititii. I .nisvilti-, Ki ' iM ' irfcy. Uadiaoo, ■ . " i-. ..n-in. Mimiiiit. i ' [iiii|.)iii». ' Itftaath. Mih tuV.-i-. Wtaaiwfo M tiM.iiU. r. ,,.„■..■. . Svrii.jlivl.r lllhu.i-. St. [ ul-UiDavcpalia, Mitto. M i-.-.iLt. MniUHtwt, V • 1 U !- .in-.. rjp«ifrlaam i MffahMM City, Oklaboraa. I " li lluil.-l|ilj bt, I ' tun I vb n in. E-H.rin. lil$aola. Pbuenix, Arira.im. St l ml-, MUxMtri. 4 II,,,.. tfaabiac ra, l». OL 113 in IOTA MU Rax jiamu.ti . Marsh Air. L. HainOIB. Frator«t iss Univeriitato nn i Wh.i.iam Ah Gkxxktt. Ciiahlbb s, 3JcCowa«, j. Ol UU I . ,|(H(SMlS, STtriii: J. Kkahihkn. I ■. ' iii ' ■ 1 1 1! Warn . Wahren C. SIacKay. 1013 BooiJKfffOtf I ■: t • hard L. JoiiKaos. JohkI ' Ii M. Si- il Mir. US KAPPA lifts, 3. XI, Kuni [sabci Ron as, I v J I 1:1 i m I ABBIK LUCY. Carolina IViiabt js. PPA GAMMA ;-y: CKA7TER Et bKtbtd Much, 1909 Miiv EI, T, Wn i- 1 k- r C, Si 111 I t 11, Ssrcra In Uffks Kthh. Wii ki: so Mil ' -. 0EO1QI i-i I. M ai v Ki toft. Un ix IVniTAxm M M IA«I i l.i I v. M MOWI t{088. Mai in; BaooKa McOulijouoil Xa K. m w 111 tF.imul.nl r ,t MnitllHr.llUl. III.. I " T ' I. » CHAPTER ROLL I ' m I;. hi i ' fiiv.T.- ii.i. ] ' i m BpttiUkM Harvard Pnivenrfty. |!KrtA Win MA A tfl|»1ii P«| i -..riii ll CoIHffe Bi i h ' I ' m -Syiacwe L ' nlvenrfry. I?hi [ HM Sw:ilhiinn-i ' t ' n-lh-u -. Qauma Rim - Alk-ji.-in Colkfft BCTA CPSILON WmI Virjiniii I i.inorlv. l. Mhn l!ii.tm-l r.ilU ' c-. IIkta GaVHA lYoo te|k l ' nivi-r My. |ti i v i i H.U. S :-.i. 1 nii.T il t v. iJt.TA Delta— -Ctiilvcnitjr f Minifefijk . [ Ail run r.hllruc, Kai-pa EIllbd«k OcritejA In iii, Lddiaoi State I " n iv.-r-ii.i-. tttrrx Vi — C T «Svenlcy of Wiu i Idftik D I ' mmv I - Mr Itutli ' t t ' •pfti-L ' i-. Bta i nivH-r-ii v ol Wiacoaein. J W i t.wiitM. I ' liinThity nMllino: . Ki-sm s— Illinois WetH f n Vniyexdtfi Cm 1 " im«T iry of AflDMWQtlU IU.-ia SOia l su Srmi- I ' tiit.-i iiy. Tlirrx Sllwwuri State I ' nUvrMty. sniM.v Stebouikii Bfste Ubfawi!ty imi ' .i K;iu-;i- Siiifc r»js-i-r iiy. I ' .i is Mi i ..l-r.i.l.P Sim.- Iriri.Tsiis , I ■ i i x Xi Tejaw State ITnlvwaHy. III I i QXIPKlfl TqIMM I in v.-r-il i . l ' i rnivi.r in of i ' ;ilifnrhi;t. y.r Ivi i U-LkhI SNmf..M I ' 1 1 i vv™i y. I6 :r.i — ruivi-rxitji- of Wimliiucroti. lirr.i 1 1U;— ( " iiis vr iiy of Muoiiniit. ALUMNAE CHAPTERS [to«lim. N. u V..rk. Buffalo. Synu-M-i ' . B xxuagtoti, i liwLi liiil(iiim|HiliK, Coicago. llllHllllid-l | ||1,) , (Mo;.) Minmi«i lt«, r.ii»niii. | a Eii ' iMM|.liiji. M.l ' ll-.!! Milwaukee I own City. Sr. Uwla, Kauraa ' i y. D aror. Akr.n HcndcnMM IV u 118 Kapipa ASplbsi Tlhiafta (Founded ai P Panw Unfraiiiry, iMn.t CHAPTER ROLL Au ' ir.i — iM ' uiuv IfaivtiMSty. Beta — Indiana Slate Unlvtfisity. Gauiu Butler I bllegc, Delta -l?iiiwr«lts of Ellinoln, Brtaipfl IVooatfi i nkv,-! sity. ETA I iiiv.r-jty of MicfaiffUL, hrr. — " ninscU [ ' n]vi-r»ily. Kappa Ktsrai State Paivenity, ].vmi:ih I ' nivwwity of Vermont. Mr— Al irlniiV Cilliw. t j ilWon C«4Ittv. Ellin — LimvrMIV 4pf NHu:i-l ;i. Alpha Thcm Pnlvewity Tex . A rii 4 ma Barnard CoUnajp. Alpha Iota WMiington nnlvewity. ALPHA KaPTA Af|i-ts»lii i Si;. ma — I ' niv« ' r ifv of ' £oronto. Tai -Xort weateTn L ' aiveraliy l " psnoN- i. ' nlwntltj ' of Minnesota. I ' jii I Jsrul Stanford, Jr. I ' nlveiwlly, Cm-rSjr ntoope I ' ■ Imwlty. Paa Untveraity of Wisconsin. Ouboa Cnivvnitjr of California. At rii a Hkia Bwartkrawo i oOege. Alpha Gam ha Ohio State I ' oivernHy. Alpha Djblta Woiaivt Obll«H« of BaJtlnwira AJ i n i Epbllon Brown VnirotOty, Alpha Br awUtMM t ' nreePaity, Alpha Lambda Univeraltj of Wnidibictoti, Alpha LTniYunat; »f Iflaannri, Alpha -Vr- 1 ' rin.T-iii of Momtnna. Ar.l-llA Xi— liv ,u SimI - I ' liiiviviry. Alpha GanoRra [Tnleeralt] • i Oklahonm. ALUMHAE CHAPTER Near York City. Oolumbaft, Athens. KiiiiMis City. BarJIaxtoiL rndtanflpoli . Chk-nKo. MiaaeniKrilR, Urccncantk. Cleveland. Pitrabnrg, Loa ogt] PhUadefpala, Seattle, Symcwte. Denver. T..|,. ' ; ' i Lincoln, Baa Fnmrirco. Bl Lonj C ' ff. 9 - m m f 9 , - 1 1 Kappa Uk, Jons ft, fj i v Mi:-. .1 SMI - ][. I M B I ' miil m I. . U Ml U I8MA BlDELL. A M N AitKi i t 1 1« HBOEK IW IK - Hkhtiuiik Wmri ' l.t.. f. H [sk smith. Pay Kkm I ' i ici j. T.i vhilk nisi rs. ALPHA HU CHAPTER ' ARRtl llAIMlkM;! lii.ll. Ml . Fh!A k fr ' l ItVU II. C::r :.: . • " J: : v: lulu IfrjORftXCft Caii.iv LdlXIAM WflXIAAfSu 1.4 4 Jl 1 .Mah iiai.i., GLADY McL :a. . VI hi: iiM.l McCAVPM I L, I A 1 WlMJHT. I AiAKi.nn k Okkvmk-c; 1 1 S I 1.1 M IV 1 toJfSTAS 1 11 M ' j ' i.i:. 1 _: : 1 A r? Sngmma Tana Gamma n )rf5iiii!!Htl September, 11 his. t MkS. YVim.i.vm F. ILimiK ' . Sorer in Urbe AJUAJUEDA A.Nimi:Wh. MaHY I ' ]. 1 - ■ liKI . 1 1 US1 I A. Bl i j IIK. Fbaxceb F, Khmii ii. Scror in Unftrerai£a4e i:hm LAI HA S. JOIISESON. Daisy U. Pj nh is. Rommta i-. Satei iTinn u S. .Mai iik .Ioiixso.y. Hi I a Itl j nti v. HELEH A. Wj m;. l- ' i iiitKxrt: MATTHEWS Gladys [Iurruxs. 124 ON I ANA opened the year of 1 909 10. by putlinR out the strongest football loam in ihe history of ihe jn h1uli n. During ' he entire season the team suffered not a single defeat; in fact they were stored on but once and one game mulled in a lie, Alrho " no game were played wilh learns without the stale. Utc i«ulti of those within ihe slate showed that Montana ' s 1910 team compared very favorably with any in the . m l ' , . J i:r l- i Irm-d by w iv I he UW di.impio: hi| .imJ prwpcvl arc except tonally bright for a championship team next year. " Hie basket ball Season opened favorably A good schedule was arranged and Mr. Whistler, of the Forest Service worked bard to turn oul a good learn but the men did nol show up for practice and the schedule was abandoned. Three inter class games were played during ihe season and they refill led in the Juniors wmniriK the ila 4 diampkHnhip. In spring athletics the student body decided not lo pot out a baseball team bul lo concentrate their elf oris on track work. A a result aboul twenty-five candidates for track honors are training hard and Montana should lie well represented in the coming meet. A meet was scheduled wilh Brigham Youni; University and one with (he Utah Agricultural College but later both were called off on account of the fad that the Utah men were not subject to the Iwelve hour rule. This leaves but one track meet for the season, ihe state intercollegiate meet. An inter class meet was held and won by the Junior Class team, wilh the Freshmen second. The results of this meet showed that the material is m college and wilh a little more experience in the work the varsity will reclaim its former prestige in track work. UK Dftbftl asd Oratory Mm m B. Bcn.l-iwucK, 127 S. J. Ki u:ihi . 120 THE FOOTBALL SEASON Opening Came Fort Slaaw Iimdaaans ▼ft. U. of M, Monlana won the opening game of the season from the Fort Shaw [ndinins by a score of 52 to 0, The Indians put up a game fight all the way IriTo ' but were fiantltc.ipjM d by being loo light and inexperienced for the- Vanity men. Qur men played a loose game and were not in good condition, but the showing they made was. as good as could be fxprctrd and the team improved greatly before leaving for the Butte game a week later 130 October 8th M.S.S.MI. to. ULoJFML (M) On October ft. the team played the Miners in Butte, the same re- sulting in a zero tie. The Miners were light hut | osses cd good speed and tram work, while the varsity men, due to over confidence, wc-ic poor in (earn work and played more as individuals, than a a learn WQffc ing together. Only once did eilher side have a chance lo score. In the second half Montana was within eight yards of the Miners ' goal but could not push the pigskin over. Jltncr. Bishop and Ryan starred for lh.c varsity while Jensen did the brunt of the work for the Miners, October 22d M.A.C. W. U.©f M. 0-3 The third same of the season was pl.iy.-d utli tin- ;W:.io in Ikvemaii. Montana showed great improvement since the School of Mines game but II 181 n Vj. sta t.f.t. still had a few well points. The two learns were evenly matched, the Aggies being heavies l?ui not so ex- perienced at the game. Mast of the nam wcic m.idc by hsu- bin Liny and punting. In the last few minute of play, Winitanley, Mon- tana ' s left half,, won the game for Ins. team by making a place kick from the forty yard line. The A u liu ' s were unable to n.-orr and ike game resulted in a 3 to 0 victory for the Varsily. November 12 th 0-24 On November 12, Montana won I he »tate championship by defeating ike School of Mines by the decisive score of 24 to 0. The Miners had beaten the Aggies twice and the Varsity kad dialed them once, so a close game was expected by every- one. Montana showed great im- prevemenl since the earlier games and ike kelping spiril. wkich is so essential lo ike success of any leam. was made manifest throughout ihr 1X3 game, THe Miners put up a stub- born defense but could not with- stand the attacks of the Vanity ' s l.n klr .ir:cl k ln-ltl j In- r.iin- we« made mostly l y forward parses and line buck . Montana showing superiority in l oth. In the second half. Little, Montana ' s left end made the most spectacular play of the game by catching a forward pass and running seventy yards, for a touchdown. Itlner pro ed himself to bo head and shoulders above any man on the field in line bucking and plunging. Bishop, Ryan. Maclay and Winstanley also played a star game for the Varsity, while Jensen, Culhty. and Oscnburg were the strong men for the Miners. IW mbc r 25 M.A.C. TO. U.tfl On Thanksgiving day Montana closed the season by defeating the AgglCS, on (he home grounds, by a decisive score of 15 to 5, This game, the hardest of the season, proved the superiority of (lie Varsity men and clinched their litle to ihc state championship. The Aggies [tad the advantage • ! ;,! • ' muddy field hut lacked the snap and team work which was so character- istic of the Varsity men- Montana m..,- on?d nn tin- first ,uid Wj lime during ita SCAKH), when Poole, the Aggies " right end, received a patted hall and ran sixty yards for a touch- down, Bolh teams resorted to straight football and for a time scorned evenly matched but it was soon apparent that the harrners were outclassed when by a scries of line smash - .iinl end run . Iltner arried the ball over for the first touchdown. The Aggies were at no time during the rest of the game dangerous to the Varsity goal. The game re- sulted in a score of I b to D in the Varsity ' s favor. Montana making the icore on two touchdown , two goal kick and one drop kkk. The stars for the Aggies were Poote, Brown and I rcmpcr. [tlner proved himself 1o be the l est man that ever represented Montana in football by his line smashing and wonderful de- fensive work. ' I " he other star for the Varsity were Ryan. Mac lay 117 w®an hj Jusaiora CLASS TEAMS Junior. 1 1 % fan M u lay. i ii u:i i a lOIIKMUf. 1 lAIEM v Sm JfCI H. EIO MKS M M i it. opVol I. 1 .1 ■ ■ Bakzo. I i. SI, I ' uwi R. Fitai Timm:. Am m i O ' Roi kki . CfJUENci Buck. Uli MAItn JOII.VBOX. W hi 11 u Mai:.- 1 1 m 1 1 1.1 kr Mansun, B 184 « ' i Wi 11 a. TRJ1CK 1910 Track Squad Ki:h. lii k. ,1- It. TAYUHt. 1 ' ass Hi shkij_ Vi D WlXBTAKlEl Ilr4.ll FORBId Jt. C, W. Khiiiav. Ml l.m M wis. R v I n su«mt:. I ' ll inn - JiillNMhN. II tun V S P It. I PAX I ' lLWHI. Kic II JiPlI NwX, i ' . ' vm . ARTHUR CTJtODlKR. Mn i.aiid Hi i.r niin k. UaPIHV U U I w i h i 1 en FIanui . ' ' 1 in 1 iQisaai. ft ' lLt Tail EtOTAj. Sjjpax. J1ip|||-hi Ji|M1 " W»%. K, ]■:. 1 1 1 m m.. 1 1 : ©if TWdk Record RflfW. 100 yard dash 220 yard dash 440 yard da h 880 yard dash 1 milt ' run 2 mile run 1 20 yd, high hurdle 220 yd. tow hurdle High jump Broad jump Pole VttuJl Shut put I {amine r ihrow Discus I hi it. R. H. Carey R, H. Cahky Leo Greenoogh W. 1 1. Maloney W. H. Maloney M- S. BtJLLERDtCK R. H. Cahky [ ' • Mai ' omxi A. H Toole Joe Malcomson Roy Mc Pit a tL Pai i Gm.r.Noi t.u Leo Greenouch Ernest Patterson i IS lltVQW. Sl:A 4 . . 10 sec, 1906 22 3-5 »c. 1906 51 5-5 mc, 1906 2 mm. 7 1908 4 min. 45 3-5 tec, 1908 10 min, 42 tee. 1908 16 2-5 «c. 1906 25 3-5 WK. I90ft 5 ft.. 6 3-4 in. 1906 21 ft. 1908 1 1 ft.. 1 1-2 m 1906 17 Ft, ft in, 1904 105 ft., 10 in. 1906 107 ft.. 9 in. I ' m; INTERSCHOUISTIC Sh Jk AinursTiadl faersclWll Montana Field, Mmj 12, 13, Meet wcsj by finite Kagihi [JtnltfPVAl woa bj Ctaraic Bkkfonl " f Pork cn y, IS i lin.AV It.wj;-- Rojte lif i. Flatl I xm-oihI, IJivfli 1 ' nlU ililnl. i ' Inn w - 8( fcfbrfl (Patfc), second; IVivv t£¥«ti H ' lM.-n. thirl. SO i ud B sn Brook at Bwtfr and Pal Logan ol Onai Ftlh tin! fur iiiNt, each MOtiVfoa si s»M nmhl : Lester nHtWj i I ' nrlcK ihinl. ' 1 ' itni ' . Mc K l ' lV l-;U l.,nv III lihlh I ' inh .1 rl iik-l lUnrh-l. lir-l ; I IjLir.s Fuvrt- rhrii ;i.i necon i: M. Stmw (Flathead). Hiini. Time, (at, HAliT-Muj U« v George WeMnbj (Foiwyth), Stat; Ralph Sipple i Urn in, wooad: K«awth M»vth iwlil H!mniii ' . third. Tiiiu-. 2:1 " :f--i. Im-YAHh IHsir -pkiUp JtMfl (Flathead), in -i ; Fred BnM fl Hliui. i, Heconl; fidbnund JobawM (Fferfpui), third Time, ;■- " . Uammih TitK " W f «ii IMvir. Park«, Irrxt : Army CnOinii I ' Viwih I , «m-«iid; f nr Ilnnvy (Park), lliird. I lixtantv. i:fs f,-» 5 1-2 luckwi, ItoUs Vaiu —Ed MfCdni (Butte), ; Clarence Blckfoxd CPatk), and Lw Brantley (listen ), tied ftw neeond, eacb to raecfrv n aHrar ivadah [iefajat, 1 " fori I I in ti. L iVaiuj Immi. Ti ai.s I " I • i I • | • .Im, , inmlinih, Mot: C;irl Nt.k. ' l (Butte), HiM.th.i: I ' m Lopau (Ortal Fall ), tlilrd. Time, 24 seconds 446-Yabd fojtfa, I- ' isai.h ruari McltateV rtt i. Heat; Clarettcc Bkfcford ii " nrk . wrcond; Ksm«n Woodward (Great Fall }, iuini. Thru-. M in ' I I -i - i -.lnK IliiiJi Jump, FiNAts—CharhM Logan (tiattatht), rirM. r, f,vi 7 inch, : Braeai Jwii-r (Qnllatln), mid Loster Hatvejf il-ucki, tml lor tmcond, at . i ft-vi. REBL ' LTS OF THE MEET. limn ' , . I ' jnk 1 Vxinty Flatneari 0 1 i ' .. Hdean . . ItMeamu 143 i n HsafteirstslhiollasftSc R© o©ir dl© . , 5 2o ice . . . Davis, Flathead 1907 100 yard dash . . . . , . . 10 2-5 sec 1907 .. 23 1-5 see 1907 440 yard dash . . 54 1-5 tec Gish h Missoula 1908 880 yard dash .... 1908 . . 4 mm. 41 2-5 sec. , . . 1909 120 yard high hurdles . . . . . 16 2-5 sec 1907 . , 26 4-5 sec . . . Calbict. Flathead 1906 Pale aull , . l0fL9l-2m 1908 High jump . . 5 ft. 7 J-2 in. . . 1907 Rioatl jump . . 21 ft. 5 1-2 in. . . , . 1908 . . 43 ft. 3 1-2 in 1907 ] LimmcT throw .... . . 1 38 fi. 2 1 -2 in. , , 1909 Discu throw . . 113 ft. 6 in 1908 1908 GOERS, Cmsno v Rl1 :• UDfl Li 1 1 1 1 VihaN Hill, 1 ti , , JOHNSON Ernmvxt Si Ftosn CoWKLL I1T MC OftD llrni ur Ki Nf MaKniiai.i. Ramus l,. mii WHtoUi TiuKMt: WlOMBB i i i;„i uui Jon w D0680K LtMAM JOMKBON — IjKWIS AN APPRECIATION i. When you are out on a midnight raid. You stop at ihe Hall to « rename, Thinking to pleas the impales there, ITs lat«. but you oWl give a care. You sing your very latest song - And wail for applause, but you w, i long — We ' re lisleninp. II, " Wale up. ' you yell, " come on, be In delist you turn — this is too tame Vi lull ' intLdc, it you bol knew, OlH hnpers ache to flap for you, Rut ' tis nor pro]X?r, tve have [earned, So don ' l tliink we arc unconcerned, We ' re listening. W ' II. The " w ong MaTHEn " ! Taylor (to Bullerdick out for track) — " Oh. you kid! " Bullerdick — " Abandon lhat phrase, young man. " Dr. Reynolds " Mr. Marshall, give an illustration of words in series? " Marshall — " The dark. cold, chilly, moonlight night " V Dr, Cox — " What arc the college colors? " Chem. Freshic - " Cu, Ag, and Ail. " E. Steele (seeing a model of the heart) — " Oh, hooray, that is just what f want. " First Junior Girl — " Those Sophs ought not pull ili™ thro 4 thai dirlv watc. " Second Junior GM — " Ofe. that poor little fellow on the end had yards of skin burned olf his back. " ¥ Mr. Arthur ■■ ■ ' . . ' ■ " My, hut this is .1 sporty place, look at tin- game. " Dana (in lecture on Hydraulics) — " Now. this i my head; if there U a velocity of approach my head is in- creased. But that is nonsensical. Therefore there is no velocity of approach and my head is not increased. Now the velocity of approach gives me a second head which, added to my first head, will naturally change the size of my head, " ■y- v Maude McC. {in French class) — " The only part of the story (hat I can understand is when the sweethearts take ihrii irn i- tin- I. • • v..,-. . -m.-. " ' ¥ ¥ Professor in " Education " — " How many hours have you put on your studies? " Edith S. — " I haven ' t put two hour on my education this year. " This is the first year lhal ihe Engineers. Have been required to lake Economic l„ and it is very interesting to note how much good ibey derived from the courst. The following is an example of the kind of nol« they kept, and judgiim from this we can soon expect ihem to be authorities on taxation and tariff 1. Actwdinn i 6W Togo, Sii igpOOTUU tattneni b Wjfh wali-r oil flnmiiil tlww T vf. HttUldn ' l rtiiikli 11 tWO. " J. Tkn wtoA down t» GoftfitM M,. h silni OWH Hi. ' irnsis, the mHff I ' isn-w i cti j«»r etetri Tli " i ' hmiht ulwavx boat :i. I!nt -till 1 lik-y TiinI ilw OAttoa. These f«MPli li farmer dmjupa, t m j eel ir i ded ta fkwn Ami l Ivy ■ in I " ■ " T - - I. Now Muiul ami Kva notice iiuw lntpr u?tl the we , If n inoUMr fluoihl n iii " I In mom I doo ' fl l-li ' -v.- tlwap ' d MTiflin, $. MAftOfl m-llins tuilil Altbo ' hi linir i it S«o f » will [him thi IVlJyH-Otl A [nl khiiih 1 Few ' f n nm ' i, I n.l.v keep mi i-it i ■ ! I i ■ i n On I hi- iff, In ' is ii wliis Mm n niu-i took inhiPttttid If wr ' n ' oti tt mr hi - 7. S.« ioli l rir. il ' i amy u h..1 Miumi of iin " in come acnxM the pond ' IIipv .-r.Ks ,M| ii whfii " iwsi nvt, s:, Only tert n ™s Min ' titt A in I i hi- lonir will tlWO bfi lonr My advice to Ffi lniK ' ii Kininiiiiu-.x ikUmy vhnii, H. Ku?irnvr iirv fimlidi 3fti i Jik- ilii- klq | " f |na| 1 " i LI -im-i- v, i- n.-.-.l .mi ir.-ilit Wi- cta ' l iilfiinl iii Hunk. tn. Jim Him- irn n miimiv Am Hi, ' tell will h WJ to riiia ' r hour i Murlii ' iiiiLlirH Th rv fh - noon, ling-a-lin . COLLEGE MOTHER GOOSE UP-TO-DATE " Where are you going, my fair co-ed? " " [ am going strolling sir, she said; " M IV I -J.:. NMlL r.tj. InV |n . tU 111.11(1 j " " If you don ' t, ' tw your misfortune, sir, " she said H " •» I here was a man in our school And he was a woeful shark; Fie era moved into his dry old books I ' Tom daylight until dark. And after he got his A, B. degree. He studied with might and main-, And now he ' s almost to his grave. For he ' s digging just the same. t [urnpty Dumpty lived at the 11. ill: Humpty Dumpty went home to call ; There all the king ' s cooks and chefs replete Couldn ' t give Humpty Dumply enough lo eat " Dusty was a director. Dusty made us perform: Dusty went to a carpenter-shop And built a big platform. Somef ody wrnt to Dusty ' Gym A litllc before the mom ; Now Dusty is still guessing Where ha the platform gone. AND IT IS SOARING YET I li. k ir Dh kirv. LWk. I hr IV ( lub i selling 1 1 - ■ - i i itoi k : The price per is high. But election is nigh. Hickory Dirkory. Dock. AND ST, PATRICK ' S DAY, TOO Little Jack Homer Framed up a corner To send the baskets soaring high. He put in his ihumb, But. poor fellow, got slung. For he bid more than he coutd buy. AN ANNUAL TRIP lo varsity, to varsity. To have a good lime; Home again, home again. To flunk is no crime. DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOU Liltle Miss Ruflil sat on a tulfel Thinking d :.i tl-- h pl.iv , For with ruf housing and needless carousing, The Dean can ' t make her obey. ANCIENT HISTORY Hickory, Dickory. Dock, The " studes " went up lo the clock. When Kcttkr tntH down To vtsii the town; Then whal they did. wta done up brown. I lickory, Dickon. Dock. IJish, Biih. the football man, Cot the halt and away he ran. He made a score And then some more Oh. you Bish! THE SAME OLD STORY Simple Simon went a- fusing With a fair co-ed ; Soon he had a case — which means Next year they ' re going lo wed. ARE YOU PRO OR CON? If all the " sludes " were regular digs. And water was all they would drink. And all I He sprees were sorority tea Whal would (he faculty think 1. Hugh keeps getting Falter A tittle every day. Utile Iovm his Vivian In the same old way. 2. BulJerdifk groins taller What goes up must come down, Mike ' s hair i just a kinky As any in the town. 3. Gleason look SO lonely m i- katy Woods has gone Eva still is Coffee And SO the world goes on. 4 r Warren always wear a smile The smile that won ' t come oil Slim i our football captain At our team they ' ll nevrr colf. 5. Bennett is taking literature In Math, we all are thro ' Smith is Prexy of Engineers A booster thro ' and thro " ? 6. Charlie Hoffman like the Dorm girls More than Any that f know Reardcm wears a derby And ts so awfully low 7. " U rente FoTbis plays at basketball And Harvey Spencer too, Simpson is our skater And quite a dancer too. 8. Willie Clanton doesn ' t dance Altho ' we all know she can. If I lubert keeps on growing He soon will he a man. 9. Annabctlc ' s from the Bitter Root Where the sky is always blue. Ryan is our husky. Arid In- i-. MHiii- ,i thirl.- Him. I 0. Mary Hansen has been here Longer lb an tbe rest, Gladys is so sympathetic I b-r whkx! n.ituii- ,l1 it best. I I , J - tii.. is our frolic Her friend we call Joe: McCowan we still call " Stuffy " . My but I hat name cling so. 1 1. Aljhlr nrVCT I J1 i I m IfjM- More sensible than the rest: To wlnl M. ,1.1.1 Im ' Imm Well, perhaps, she knows the best. I 3. Kditli is so true of heart As true as any Steele. Holmes has lost his credits For him we sorry feel. 1 4. Flo Callin has quit growing We ' re glad her task is done, Ethel wears the reddest clothes Of any ' ntath the sun. 15 I he whole class of 191 1 A preltv good class they seem; Of all the classes of the U. of M- Thcv are the peaches and cream. C. J —Ml. O, YOU JUNIOR Said a Co-ed. tt ' We major n-as Liit. To a luro-by-faur ' se ' vcntccn Gift: Don ! von think, thai thoie Boisk With ihe loiui Corduroisc Soil ' zum " } ernes hinaus gctten milt? SiCMA Nu — (Our hoy and past glori«!) — " We live on the edge of the campus | Our irresistible political cunning. " SlrjiiA Cm— " A hi«h place in Missoula society. Our mo t hi«hly honored and respected alumni- Best dressers in the Vanity. — Colter. IOTA Nu— Our CTc!u ive»es . our country asylum (M j miles m ihe tali timbers). Our hope (whatever they may be.) Kapi a Kappa Gamma— " I he shining lights in sorority life. " KAPPA ALPHA ThETA — Scholastic attainments and «ood times SttiUA Ial GAMMA — No material except Seniors to t- spiLe " on. They use dope. Since Daisy is a Penman. And Bobby is a Line, No wonder they are intimate For i he Penman dram the Line. In Geology we must have our Rowe, In Math, we ha -r to Plant, And some of us have to Carey, so much Thai pas we simply caiTl. ¥■ Solves a problem in the Fourth Dimension. Dobson — " The lid always gels off in a dry town hri.niM- Id-.- i imi iIi Dimension lels the spirits out. " Tht Eiiiion confess that porh of litis hook ofv trivial and footnh, tmJ ihi ' y wilt not f»e off untied if vim laugh at it. QaettitHt ' . What k d of a girt Joa ClnshoSm choose ? A ,Wf " M-(r«0 ottc. Reside an oaken doorway, built up in day gone by, Behind whose walls the clouds of impartial justice lie h While stream the morning sunlighl on quiet wood and lea, I stand and calmly wait until its hinges torn for me. Behold (he portal open and over its threshold now, That steps a wearied Senior with pale and furrowed brow, His cup of trouble ' full: hi allotted lime is come. lJrv,uJ r .» htll ' ?ong hr ' d -in v Sfld 00 (In- table drum. Once more the door L opened: a Freshman group go out h Their bright smile quenched forever, and stilled their joyous shout. Oh who will follow next. I sigh,. A these poor infants pass me by. ilh fei ITirre ' s some approach the ihreshold whose looks are blank 1 And down the cheek of others there rolls a silent tear, As if i hey see in fancy the punishment they dread. Or hear the sudden footfalls near, that make iheir hopes seem dead. I mark their fear, (heir terror, yet these wfthin my heart. Can neither rouse forebodings, nor my longing to depart. And in the silent hallway, beside the office door, I stand and calmly wait my turn, while o ' er my books I pore. D. V. ' WtU, TAET HELEN WHITAKER A )«eh r You o aM,i r l ball W. J. WLNN1NGH0PP Ari;»lr c By ill j... " Net Tory hlr.h. up MAMtS BURKE HAZEL WTEBR IN OFAL CRONK HOMER DEUEL PRANCES POSTER EDNA FOX MAY CKAKAM RENEE HENDERSON MARY HENDERSON LAURA JOHNSON LIZZIE LEAP ARB1E LEECH ROBERT LIKE OUVe LOVETT LAMAR XACLAY MARJORJE MASON DAISY PENMAN EDITH ROLFE EtW ROSE AN THAYER STODDARD Crenk Dutch Wwiy Lealy L:.: Alkhtr carfK 0n» haif her aim " i Outt JtScK FrinVi hc«] ' S v rijf«ipioi? ClKamf«t r e« So ay wsrwmuif WIIMnC M i- -. Frank Cuwa Hit 2 ft Mff « (4bt Sam» a Wllfnd Sh» haa llTsd Iwic Ur(w Ufil urdle milk LB A k ra« lmcii»i!-:e Alt BUM) Ouli ft Old rr rtieh Fatbar ' ialisit Ah;-i 1 C n ' ! in frim here Ttvn ihnrlif HO tailor than Elhel TftU-u-u Ffl krtia Skvdr C X5 1 CdncaU? CratlWSi Hiir t my 2 ft. lOtLnewi G:ec ny Can ' l sea for h»i L«k at W U She craws la Always N«T«r will crew up Lore an thr f e ch Si coy Oraeleua H-arm fii Tjt r4 Mush HeciIhe Slrtiit Cm — IS Flc l»l Mjlmwh ft t» Pf aa+i Chltl(»n Fish Milk Hci wd r Girls M«r,!l«f. U FltnHie Mlu Dltnlllf DiEiuty T im coo Wl-uJt-ir wortf Bfcrtdtsd C I«M! lly ll h! Withdol i JOuN Blank Switch, Eapruilcti lid ha;tteMy verjr-Kalr ! Ufrius .Ttsrt»4 YtMt-n wr sii , .-l«ll Unn.nrlJc; I Wot Stud? Peanu.niMr fiimr reel Ai Maw i prvu Swim Curly hall Eya laahes A c- Pn Oar Amgrotii PC y • ! — f •-- Girls-|firls.x»ris Law ordar Htl air Stratch! Lttve K »r ■ iark ACKNOWLEDGMENTS S wr n is h our task the 1911 Sentinel luiitors. wish to thank all those who have assisted in the completion of the book and especially Mr. I ' .. . Hubert for his drawings which have enabled us to make the hook what it is. We feel deeply indebted to Prof. ML J. Khod for the photographs I used throughout the book j To all past Sentinel Editors for valuable hints ;itn] sug- gestions and to the University student body, past and present, for financial support. mi Get up front; disasters usually Kit the rear car. CfflflesndL 1909. May I . 3. 5. 7. 10 II. 12. 13 14. 15, Poor Leech, iris " Glee Club makes a hit. out of Merry May Day Carnival. Prof. Ataer bumps l he bumps. I he Wilkinson home quarantined. C larLia Annual program. The Gir " Red pepper " at convocation. [n 1. 1 n t ' lilril.ims Ni:«i i Nu , l " Ye (Tide fun-. " Mar-vel-oui! Mar-vel-ou ! The A. S. U. M. debt. Inter cliola tic debate. .- il: n I )a i ' M ' ui-i v Wonderful orations. Spellbound audience. I lie Sixth I nter scholastic begins. Sigma C hi banquet at " Vr Oldc Jnne. " ILva Coffee entertain in honor of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Close of die Meet. Mi? Helen Mclcalf gives a house party at Stevensville. Athletics revive Freshman-Junior baseball game. Bijou Picture Palace «j The only HIGH CLASS flickerkss PICTURES in the city. Program changed three times each week; STR K. T- LY MORAL, entertain- ing and instructive. We cater to the ladies and children Prize Matinee every Satur- day, f] We strive to pliOU yett. BAKER -J MY RICK, Prop . f t CNb TO I M DRS. WlLLARD Qc Heagney OSTEOPATHS Orntc kD TRCATUMO Apa»tm(m« First National Bank Building MISSOULA MONT If you get married this vacation purchase your House Furnishings from J, M. Lucy Sons They carry the l ra »( nnd moit complete line of Hornr Kurntthingi in the tiXy, «n4 their prkr» rc loweit Genius is fine but if it comes to a showdown gumption is better m June 4, The Junior Prom. 6. Baccalaureate Day. 8. Class Day. ' 9. Kield Day. 10. Commencement Day for the Class of 1910. Who wept? July 16. Theta Phi becomes the Alpha Nu chapter of Kappa Alpha I heta. Installation ceremonies and banquet at Knoivle residence. Sept. 14, Registration day. New Student " reception. Leech returns to " court. " I 5, Addition of eight new members to the faculty. And be hold Sigma i au Gamma! 16. Prospects bright for a good foolbalJ team. 1 1. In honor of Mary Rankin. ' 09, Marjorte Ross gives a pro- gressive lea, 18. Prof. Aber meets " Bill " Taft at Helena. 25. Kappa Alpha Theta entertains at afternoon tea in honor of Sigma Tau Gamma. . ' .H Ijcjuis - ] . in lln- Lfk ' biaU-d arc -light tableaux. 29. Furniture for the Dew library begins to arrive. 30. Wright Lorimer, the actor, talks to the students. Bullerdick asks him a question. LOS If in doubt doo T t say it— and especially don ' t write it 55| Oct 1. Mr! Imifec Gamma 2. Some of the Faculty climb Ml. Sentinel. M 7 Singing on the step . k..L[i] .i K.tpp.i t.j.irrinn .i spread 1r Sit; ma I :iu ti:imm;i. " S. School of Mini ' s- Mojil.in.i liKilh ill .-.liiic. Co-ed Prom. II. 1 ■! turr ( oursr 1 1 n- . 1 2 Classes move lo the new 1 Library building. " 15. A, S. U. M. dance. ■■ 16. Sigma Nu dinner. " 1 7 Now the Dramatic Club and the Science Association wake up. ' ■ 1$ President Duniivay returns from his eastern trip. " 19, Ms - Mi u.im entertain the women ot tin- [ nivrr»ilv. " 22. M. A. C. -Montana football game, at Ikveman. 1 23. Ka] |M Alpha Theta initiation. " 25. Clark ii spread in honor of the nctv members. " 27. The Booster ' s Club organized. " 28. Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the explorer, talks to the students. First in ranh among the Clothing dealers of Missoula At least we think we are, for we have threeohhebesl lines of clothes in the U.S.A. for Men and Young M en, STEIN 01 DC K KUHHtNUEIMER «nd HACKET CARKART For Style, Fit. Tearing and E.lJu»i ei»C f P»Hein ihry cin ' t be beal Siiu fansinij in mk Iron $10.00 bo $40.00 The Coen-Fisher C Golden Rule Xjhe Montana State Normal College otf rv to Vniversitr rftd- uotni ihe itchnicil training requisite to apply rh ir education ID tht practical wftrh of the teftch- lug profcuLOB. A thoroughly equipped CodeI School gives Opportunity for practice under completely topical conditions, with skilled . Uperti.iion and triticiam. 1?Itere is a $feut demand for educated teachers with thorough professional training, for the best position). ' Diplomat of the iHContana State f ormal College entitle the holder to leach in any common ii r . ' ir ' .;. ' ! ydtoot in the sfate uilhaut examination. For U.Wi ' ERSfTY graduates who have specialised in education, there h a special course of one year leading to the degree of Master of Pedagogy. t-or catalogs or further information, address " President H H. SWAIN, DtLLOS, MOM wmsmmsmmmmmmm Most men when in Rome not only do as the Romans do but go them one better Oct. 29, Kappa Kappa Camilla spn. id in vmm of Mi [ Juil-i Toi k- 30. Hallow " een parly al the Dorm. Mi« Stewart tells a tory. (Fay Kent — " Oh, who wanls to sleep with me? " ) , 2, Prof. Rotve forgets lo comb his hair. 5. Slants af-sisi ike Librarian in pulling the bowks on the -shelves in in . ' i i ! - - 1 1 % A dunce follow; in Lr " Gvm. 6. And Allvsiorv smiled. i f dn.i f ox ■ifi]n ' .if in Lime lor hrsl honji 12. Mines-Montana foolball game at Missoula, 13. Sigma Nu ' j bvite the girls to cook dinner for Ihcm. 17. Co-ed. Prom. lota Nu banquet a I Savoy. (8. Board of Health coin millet of the Dorm clean Alice ' s room, 22. Notable water n«J t, ending on tlie Dorm porch at 10:30 P. M. Fire alarm and Sii-ma Nus lo I he n-s: ii 24. I hanksp;ivjnff recess begins. 25. Aggies-Montana football game, at Missoula. Ch. Dusty, where art thou? 29, Football banquet Slim Maclay elected Captain for 1910 109 □= d J. M KFJTH. FN . 1 . tj. T. M UI.LOL tiH. V :t-i ' i«iJfni A R. JACOBS. CJ . Missoula Trust and Security Bank Capital Stock Surpl us $200,000,00 50,000,00 i IV, C™ ,,.y o„ TIME DEPOSITS GLNE KM HASKIM . WSINKSS I RAN:- At M M ACCOUNTS SOLICITED MISSOULA, MONTANA -a Olsen Johnson Contractors Dealers in Hebron Fire and Pressed Brick Portland Cement ALWAYS ON HAND MISSOULA. MONTANA PHONE 62B Any at in ihr House for 10c. Isis Theatre High CI us Motion Pictures and Latest Songs L. H. W E A Y E It L I NG „ Mgr., HIGGINS AVE. Matt sets up, and Woman sits up Dee. 3. Freshman-Sophomore basket ball game. 4, Did Jttner smile? 10. " The German. " Allyslon wears garlands, 14. Miss Stewnrt entertains al dinner. The guests descend to the dmmgroom to the strains of Lohengrin ' s wedding march ! 7. Hi Jinx given by the Co-ed . The little Kent s iil an Santa C laus. (. Imsimas vacation begins. 24. Miss Stewart fills the Faculty stocking . 1910. Jan. 3. 4, 5. 6, 7, 8, Hall girts arrive with suitcases full of grub from Christmas, dissipation. 5. Forester ' s enrolled. Sweater presented to the " M " men. 7. Kappas have a skating partv, 10. .Sentinel editor discovers Hubert. 12. And George I .ilth rails at the Dorm for the First timi-. 14. Sigma lau Gamma sLaltng party. I 7. Kappa Alpha Thela box party al the " Man of the Hour, " Stick to Alma Mater When you graduate UVt J«r peMliel for Home in Hammond Addition The University Quarter Adjoining the caniput- Wf»vf the nnocintioni of under frod- civ» into ihe future home life A Fitting Graduating Gift I whisper »L lO fiktKrr is n I ljvfiioi.fi nd Addition lot. No better investment for ny -.on or daughter of U. of M. Price going up, Have your lot re terved now. MAKE MONEY while you hold Uh-mi. EASY TERMS. South Missoula Land Go 10! Hiqcjins Ave. FRANK P, KEITH. 5c«r l ry. gj FIRST M fid NATIONAL M ffi BANK 02 f U OF MISSOULA, MONT. M Capita] - f 200,000 k)3 Surplus and Profits, 52 ; 0,000 Vfj W IB A he ner a I Banking Business Transacted OFFICERS feS ill 1 s 11 SK 1 III L s EDWARD DONL AN, V P KjSi 1 . MWI.ON, Cjhi r fir 1 Inreresi paid on Deposit in our Sjving fi Department uc 3 per -cnr, f 1 1 tsBHBB esses The more insignificant a fellow is, the bigger the pipe he smokes Jan. 19. Faculty places arc changed at the HalL " O, you vaccination V 20. When the Foresters took to the woods. Dorm girls demonstrate- simple hair dressing instead of " mops, " 21. Y. M. C. A, reception. BullcrdicL. vexed at some of the Frivolities. 26. Dr. Kirk wood is surprised, 28. kappa dance at Mrs. J. R, Toole ' s. " 31. Athletic ball. Feb. I. Registration day for the Second Semester. 1. Pledge day for Sororities. Who? What? Why? 4. No mid-week party for Dorm girls. 9. J. Adam Kedc lectures. 10. Kappa Alpha Theta entertain at lea for Miss Brewer, a Thela from California. 12. Miss Stewart and Mis Smith guide four escorts to Bonner Isi-num il . ' ' 16. Senior luncheon at Dorm, 17. House cleaning at the Flail. 18. Charter Day celebration. Gbarlei K. Leonard ot Butte grvej llse .iddn-ss. o I in- day. I.oiuluon .i the Doim. Speeches on " Mow dry corn needs much irrigation, " ITS Western Montana National Bank MISSOULA, MONTANA G, A. WO l-F, President JNO- C. LEHSOU, Vic President J H. T. RY MAN, Cuhier Capital .... $200 T 000 Surplus and Profits, $50,000 Elton s Saturday Candy Don ' t forget to purchase your box of Saturday Ctmd 25f buys one fuft pound of tdc daitttiest of Chmoivti ' Special Tor Ever) ' Saturday Only Nonpariel Confectionery l.th Ml Mi INS AVENUE Your New House Will be well-fitted and. trimmed with Sargent ' s Hardware J. P. REINHARD 104 West Main Street Today ' s talent owes much to yesterday ' s preparation Feb. 21. Dorm girls slnke. None appear at classes. 23. Frcshics-Sophs basket ball game. 2V lola Nu enlcrlain at their counlry retreat. 26. Kappa Alpha I heta initiation. Dorm girls arc serenaded and their shoes blackened, 28, Sen m- Junior basket ball Karm Dusty get new Gym shoes, March 2. Dorm infected with germs. Fumigation. 6. Sunday — " When love is young in springtime " Massey appears cn the campus again. 7. I ax Day, Soph banner in the Dorm laundry under con slruction. 7-11, Vanity of the Dorm girls receives a hard blow when they see I heir proofs. " Oh. arenl those awful of me. " 9. .Scmb banner lifted. 1 2. Sigma I au give a lea. 19. F-verybody out on a picnic, t 7. . L. Ilryan of Indiana University speak . it:, The.. Mlegiate University ' professional o f Montana J offers VOL an Opportunity for a Lood Education Traininz in ihe Following Departments: History and Economic} Forestry riutowphi) ittni F.Jufntion Physics and Geology LiteialllK A ft! tu-trui tr, S Englisfi ana Rttetorie School of Engineering Latin and Greek IM«i— -d. a Efemdl Modem Languages Fine Art) Chemistry Mask and Public Speaking Biology Physical Culture University Extension Lectures and Correspondence Courses WILL YOU USE THE OPPORTUNITY? £feSf °™ AV - Education hurts no one but the man who has none Mm. 17 Tug-of-War won by the Sophs, Basket social at the Gym, Prof. Thami !Oru the popular man, 20. Kappas hold ihnr annual banquet. 21. Cosmos meet at ike Hall. Dorm girls ' night out. 22. Mr. I ,usk drmates seme declrica] apparatus to lire Vanity. 25. Preliminary oratorical contest. Ami 1. ■NpsjI I ' nrnl boll. 71 Louise Smith has a house party. [0, Cosmo at the Dorm. The girls make merry. 14. We lose the debate at Pullman. 22. Malftde Imaginaire " Dud the si.ir. And Fay also. 23. We ijet (he infirmary. i «H C 5T0ODAHD JOttN M. PWCE Stoddard Price MUmik km t X and Rrtl EdMf Agnc? Insurance Real Estate Loans Noiiiy Public in Off™ Hwta l-i; n!«k I06-III.I £ ri XUin Shkt MISSOULA. MONTANA W ' i:SlKR MONTANA COAL COMPANY - i Km. K TKhi.s HI XK 1 SI t h L SMITHIVO M? WttLISJSLE and RETAIL S. W. FERNALD. Manager Phone 25c.Red Office 212 Higyins toe. J. E. HENLEY N. G. TEVIS JOHN HGEMAN C A. CKAWSHAW Henley, Eigeman Co, GROCERS Good Quality Good Service Right Prices What more can you ask 121 Higgios Ave. Phone 87 Kelly Heimbach Only the Finest Key West and Domestic CIGARS TwrkuH, Egyptian dd D OW4i CiglreMr Ktpt II) Stock Conlrclioron} ami FfcHiftg TjKfclr PGoffOMH in C ' ufiftWUoft MISSOULA MONTANA s Thank You for your liberal J, j patronage during the past semester, j Our new " | system " and Hirsh Wick- ierre Suits are arriving daily. Come in and look them over. Always something new at " B®A ' S " jw Tlii! College Store e gfrtfei Butte Evening News MONTANA ' S BRIGHTEST, BREEZIEST AND BEST NEWSPAPER lh- Mtt H rrnuinl vd a the tfUllwrli on dll Sports and Sporting News Missoula Mercantile Company Missoula, Montana This store, the largest, beft and most progressive in the University City, is the conceded headquarters for everything one needs to wear, to add to the comforts of home, to eat and use. Its twelve immense depart- ments, each one a complete store in itself, afford the widest variety from which to make selections and everything sold is of the highest quality, though, through the agency of enormous purchases to supply our whole- sale and retail trade, moderate priced. Women ' s Apparel Mhj i ini m Cl T Glass Mi.n ' s Gloi i UHQ Footwear Fine China D-WW n Kl House Furnishings Cameras Sporting Goods Tools all Kinds G e n kal i Hardware Pumps and Engines Farm Implements Vehicles and Wagons Surv eying Instruments Tinsmith i ng Groceries OMLY COMPLETE CAR AND TR A N.SFF.R UM : ■•! i I ' , liid. Phone 33 Bell Phone 33 Missoula Cab and Transfer Co. J. E. GANNON. PrnpH«tpr FINE LIVERY of EVERY DESCRIPTION Wc- h.tndlt ' all lnn buiinru. {trf whu-li v, -r n n- ripr- ttnlly wll Jid«p1.-J. Our «i,-f-nfc», an til trrnni, will i iMif « ( ib far you nnd hwli After your b mfni;i.- Missoula. Mont, HIGGINS Hl.OCk PHONE 212-RED W. H. Smead Company Montana Farm Lands, City Property. Fire Insurance and Loans MISSOULA MONTANA Montana State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts Practical courses in Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Mechanic Arts. Agri- culture, Dairy, Horticulture, ' Domestic Science, Industrial Chemistry, hconomk Biology. Mathematics, Literature, Pharmacy, Musk ami Art {Beautiful grounds, commodious buildings, complete Wood and iron shops, extensive laboratories, model kUchen and sewing rootns, musk and art itudfos, well ' sctccted library. liozcman i. u efijj of home and churches. With a wholesome moral environment. It is o nio-4 c e.sirtihff residence citl} far families who Wish to educate their children. Expenses are moderate and tltcre are all the conveniences of a modern citu. Tfte college is reached torn the railroad. I ' or catalogue and other information address J. M. HAMILTON, President, Bo7-eman, Montana. im Barber Marshall The .South Side Grocers FlMH 211 f THINGS] D. T. CURRAN Builders Supplies Stoves and Ranges General Hardware HHAr jL " ARTILRS FOR GUNS, RIFLES, AMMUNITION A nd FISHING TACKLE EUROPEAN HIBSDUU, WONTiH Those Unanswered Letters Bji (ht Bo By ihr found Tabid Missoula Drug Co. S soula 8 ' DAVIS C. SMITH Drugs, Kodaks, Kodak Supplies, Fine Stationery MISSOULA MONTANA R. GWINN, m, d. PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT SPECTACLES FIT I F D SJS b u iV d i ' ng " MISSOULA We have got it, icill get it, or it is not math- " McGuffey Hardware Co, " QUALITY COUNTS " Penwdl Block Missoula, Mont, Hoyt- Dickinson Piano Co. Handle the K INI ABE The World s Best Piano WM. KIM ABE fit CO. New York I 25 E. Main St. Missoula, Mont, Qoffrr Qarlor LIGHT LUNCHES Served M AM H«tm GOOD COFFEE AND SANDWICHES A SPECIALTY 125 W. Main Street, Phone 318 Black Mn. T. J, WALTERSlCIRCHEN Prt»priirtrr» SEE Winstanley City Real Estate Bitter Root Valley Farms Loan on Cily And F rm Property a Specially 134 Higpins Ave,, Missoula, Mont. Gaspard DESCHAMPS ' IMPLEMENT STORE Bain, Mitchell, Rushford Wagons and Deeririg Machinery HAY, GRAIN AND WOOD BOUGHT AND SOLD . . .., New Qutrlerv Main and Slrvf-p.: A R. DESCHAMPS. M MISSOULA. MONT. The Styles New York is Wearing are always Lo be seen at the ilriu adjloBsbrrs rfetore Cor, C!inn;ni5 3 i nm pciif £?t. S Je Mi» o«l» AgrdH h, ,r ihe Samom MEMO CORSETS. REGAL SHOES. M CALL PATTERNS F 1. ,-1 fVu.Mr V. l u -, l l..,., t |» 0 «il.!e P " ,-r QUALITY - he very highest of everything SERVICE 7 he heat. Only experienced men to he Jound here, PRICE The very fou e$i possible consistent with good quality . G. F. PETERSON DRUGGIST 216 Higgins Ave, Missoula, Montr X W. LISTER 114 Bm Mtk iStaee C1SSOULA - - - MONTANA Your (inter or t ' inc (Stint I ' .ngmvini, ' Is Solicited Big Blackfoot Milling Co The largest manufacturers of Rough and Dressed Pine Lumber in the West Mills at Bonner, St. Regis and Ham- ilton, with an annual production of one hundred and sixty million feet. Complete factories for the manufac- ture of box shooks, sash, doors, mould- ings and all kinds of interior finish. Estimates furnished from plans. Retail yards at Butte, Helena and Missoula, dealing in lumber, millwork, lath, coal, lime, building paper, etc. BIG BLACKFOOT MILLING CO. Bonner, Mont. rag Missoulian la Western Montana ' s Newspaper ALL THE NEWS ■ ■f the UNIVKHSJTY of MISSOULA oi the BITTER ROOT of the STATE ui the WORLD A Mighty Good Paper in a Mighty Good Town 5 N . IJH.S per year 7ic. per month MissQt. ' LLAtH Pubi_isk:hc Co. Missoula. Monk. " Sophomore " and " Harvard Cut " arc two standard makes a clothe spe- cially ctaiglMtd hsl styled for students who universally desire thai distinctiveness and dash so heeominsj them. I he col- lege boy look " nifty " , no! because he spends more money for his clothes bill because be knows how lo select I hem. In view of this fact,, we have just secured tsvo different lines. " Sophomore " and " larvard Cut " clolhes that are made for ihc- sole f)ur|K se of satis l ying the jusl demands of college students, Don ' t buy until you have seen our complete line of cotleg clothes in the new models and latest patterns. DONOHUE ' S Always Reliable K«t ' Alil.l«ltttl» In iM imHUMTHU I ' m I The Daly hank and Tursr Company cif Hi i t i : Capital and Sruru s s;i( )( ,()()() JOUK ii, MOM ON V, i ' UtattOHAt John IK It VAN, Vici I KntliiRXl C, t WJMX M II .Ml, t 1 11 n:w U A K kll . t h-ji 1 1 It. S . I ' l.A i: ( A«i a t « a- |)| |{ Kl TORS John moh ni ,|1 HC l . IIS AN M, i « i a iim.n t t . SWIMHH KM! II. Al Kl SKLE HARDENBURGH ' S For Clever Ideas in Furnishings and College Clothes 3 1 1 Jlitjcnns Ave. Missoula. Montana How Is Your Coal Pile? Exclusive sale of Owl Creek and Rocky Fork Coal PtRRY ESSELSTYN COAL CO. HlggEris ESIui.k I h - • ■ 262 SIMON ' S PAINT PAPER HOUSE Pictures, Frames, Art Goods and College Posters 312-16 Higgins Ave. Missoula The Flower Store of the Missoula Nur sery Co. is prepared to supply all comers. Sec us for College ami Commencement ftoicem. Call up The Flower Store, IVJ-Reil; flte ( ircaihoase phone 4 ? C F. DALLMAN, Proprietor l 4) COTTRELL 8c LEONARD ALBANY. NEW YORK MAKERS AND RENTERS OF Caps. Gowns and hoods :uili (Optical (I ' umiis ROWLAND THE ft W EUR j anrftd ;ii initio » gifttti to S- ' niL 1 ll itcli ;m IU V. HU n t.. ffrLwtaiiii fcrnmty Wank IK tt- LLKOPEAN PLAN POPUI.AR PRK1ES MISSOULA Now under the management of ARTHUR BABBITT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS J. MERIAM Missoula Electric Construction Co. Mrs. ROBERT SHEEHAN MISSOULA MILLINERY High grade line of Ludiea Hit? ijj E. MAIN STREET Mrs. L. C. BRETZ Lxclustve Line L;ul its Sm , Coats and Dresses r; „ MMS ST,, MISSOl ' I-A 1U1 ELECTRICITY I - uinishrtl for all purposes including I .tyhiini;. Power, Heating, Cooking and Advertising We are reeofniteii fit meat D£t m ml Gwy flM far iwu reasons- aaSisf action and eoortomy. We brTieve the " Beal Is The Chejpesi " 3MJ wr conduct our husines accordingly, " DBrBMMKJf ' here means |u»l what 0 says, that ' s why we are ffair.l:i£ new patrons right abi and holdl n(f our otd MM. R«mtmt(r we fruaianiee every arilcle. Perfect satlaladion or money cheerfully refunded. Could we dfl this if we die iscit hfts ' .dle Dr.: vm ull Good;? Let us convince you. Phone 72 12! 2, Miin St. Some engravers are still making printing plates by the methods used in the Fifteenth Century. For tin be»i of Xwf iili« .h CVittnry fMi ruviii£H tird r HiirfEin IJimlity l.ovy Adit Hlnst t i hnl plnl s. BITRFAr OF ENGRAVING. Inc. M i [i noji is, Minn DINSTAY Mi N. UliMlns Aw. IDanioie Cfjratrr €. a. frarnoiS, OttJiirr ant tftfir. tissoula Montana ' 77ni ;V osf Beautiful Theatre in Montana ' Missoula Laundry Co. Largest and Best in the City. Give Us a Trial Phone 52 A. J. GIBSON ARCHITECT Missoula - Montana CKAS L SMITH CHAS E 5HEWE TELEPHONE BELL ZS9 £»mitl) Si J ijrtor Co FIRE INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE AND LOANS 10OO LOTS FOR SALE. SlO DOWN AND SIO A MONTH 49 L BROADWAY BUTTE. MONTANA THE Thornton Hotel Butte Montana EUROPEAN PLAN EXCLUSIVELY CAF£ IK CONNECTION RATES St SO PER DAY AND UP W F LOVE. MANAGER Barftrr Wilson Co. 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