Montana State University - Sentinel Yearbook (Missoula, MT)

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hi Volumr VIII hr firr burns lou) anD m thr purple night due, at his silrnt post, thr srntmrl stanDs; about. ni| more mvstrrious, brvono etabt Chr lurking fore umb arrows in tbnr hanDs. Bur tir otanDs frarlrss. guarDing, all atrrt, 3s rurning sbaors tbangr to thr tintrD oattm, Cbr mm vubo rbrrr Iff eilrnt ano inert, He thru thr lanD of Drrams tbrr Uianorr on, 3s to -Ml as rlir fcuatcbrr at bis post. Co shirlD from fors that Itr in oarhnrss bto. fruprrb thou iwatcbrst ' gainst turong ' s blachrst bost, Chat Darrs its Irgions ' gainst tbv proplr bio. Chou guarorst unit thr statr luhrrrm lur oU rll Our Uniurrsttv. Our frrminrl ! . . . . T5V _ uMlrhod by the C a»» of UNIVLRJlTY MONTANA. 5 s (SHTrtmg! TO THOSE KIND AND CHARITABLE FRIENDS, WHO, TO LEARN WHAT FATE HAS DOLED Tl {EM, HAVE BEEN TEMPT- ED OR BRIBED INTO PERUSING THIS BOOK, WE GIVE HEARTY SALVIA- TIONS : : IT IS I OR US TO COMMAND Drbtratton J5lhrn U)f rrtiiruj tbf vt r that is past ano rrrogimr thf marUro aDtianmnrnt our Cinitorrsitv lias maDr: QJLUkw VLU SUalbe JTh-if Out trfshman class to the largrst in thf historr ot thf institution; Chiir BrpimifaCJ atrraDr fstablishro habr brrn ri- panDro anD nrln onrs aoorD: rhv ffhr ttnlurrsitr. br its mrnsfon loork. ha sprraD ' brronD its campus in tostfrlng fbucation anD CMMM in tbf tatr; ChiU 3l f ,,,urf 8 rota lb ha» bffn assurrD through the passagf of thf constitutional ainrtiDmrnt: Oltlt Jhr olD 5ff,0 ° pir ' i among our stuDmts in scholarship ano in actiuitirs, has mrrgrD into thf magnificrnt unibrrsitv spirit: Lh«U Il,rrr bavt brrn torrr brbmD this imprtus stritt ' tng fDfr lor I grratrr jHontana. JJLlitli Sincere appreciation $51r turn to chr sourer; anD to our rarnrst stuDrnt uoDv anD ptibltr spintrD facultv. anD rsprciallv to our loyal alumni anD frirnDs of thr Umtirreitv. not onlv in tflissoula but throughout thr frtatr. mc Dedicate T liio l3ooli B 00 ° NE Introduction Book Two Fgcatt]f Book Three s nion Book Four f mAm RooK Five Sophomom B °o K S,x ftolfaifei Book Seven Book Eight . . . Or aW Book Nine FtVenUk Book Ten Seftrflw Book Eleven Athletics Book Twelve College Life Book Thirteen Calendar Book Fourteen AfrerttMnw Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Buiinca Manager. . . . OlttiAN I AT ION EDITOR 1 ' HlllM i.l !H I ' Mil i.M Assoc laics It J KM K lllNTFK A. A. KlHKHCKHI iim i Hi nuu Giacb Raxkij hrnnv K Lci iiaiios F oub ck Sub n » s RCATSMR Stii i im.h: Local Editor - ' r KkNt xisa golth IIM mks M.VC ' I.AY UAVbS MtTt j i in (Ql smiut; Smnrpt Art Editor BUflMT K. Ilrni:irr Associate Carolina r. Wll ASTON Arthur W. O ' Rourki-. Hellen A. Wear Fred E r Tmieme: A i f ill ric Editor Bpvtah A- WunfTAHU Associates | CNKflT W " , Fhm ki i KhNEST K. lift-ETT Literary Editor Ki DkSMl t. t n ItYKi Associates, Bnaii i sv ■ A2EUe Sn ,.i Calendar Editor ruHcKJil ' K LeeOII Iwocr ' crlcs w id. ,F ii i tf$OA I ■ KHTK 1»K Wmri ' i.i: J k r.v. Wim.iM | Advertisers ljt)0 W. RAKM llA.MKI. M. GoRJfKl Circulators Mir.Tov Mason IV.unirx f, Mi-Kay In fl)cmortam " OoD ' s finger touclicD Him, anD lie slept ' Ins rtcli fricnDsuips, Ins broaD vClinstian culture. Ins splcnDiD gifts of mtttft anD Heart mafte Htm easilv a man first among a multi tuDe u e hncD long cuougli to see lits tuorti noblv anD succcssfuiiv accomplices, anD tlie Unttoersitv of Montana stanDs as a monument to Ins faitnful anD efficient pioneer ujorli for eDucation m tins %tate. £nus, " being DcaD He vet spealietli ' prof, f . €. ferhrurt) DR. OSCAR J. CRAIG born, April It, D d,Mi!fIi 5, |V| I Prt-jfdanE Uflhraralry rf Mcnunt iHontana state UoarU of Ctiucatton Ex Officio GOVERNOR F-OWIN L. NORRIS President Albert J. GALEN Attorney} General W. E. HARMON Supt. Puhlii Instruction, Secretary Al ' i ' WMH) o. v. ItoCKMirux, HHmm. iu»v tnoi Ltvjbtowa, - O. P. QmSBOUt, lUx.-inan. S. I . r ttKIII t in-nt Fall-. ; r I ' m u DUtoo, II. «;. I ' HKIIT. ITlllM. Com. ii. ii vi i . Ml— h. I»K. V IC. Lminaki . Batte r. rm aqplM tkHftUf i. lot i TVrm mptf I ' Minmn 1. lull ' IVnii | ir«- F«4triuir.v 1. WV2 Din • x i»i r«-» F l ninr.v li ,! " - Tt ' rm px|»in " « F«-I ruiiry I. 10)8 T. rin vx| irw Fi-lmmry 1. 1018 ' IVrw ••x|iirm KvhriMry I. 1 1 4 ' IVnu fx|iir» " t February I. I0H Executive Board A In mw IV, - A I.. DOTCAK, j. ii. r. u m ut, TnMnnr, - .i it nun of the University Chairman (voflkto) TVrm nplKH April l! . 1018 - Term . x|.ir.-» April lit. 1!M: ' . I ' RKKiriKXT LYI K ArCI ' STVH IH ' MWAV, A- M-. I ' Ij. l . A. R. IWiu-II I ' tikt-ixity, IMC; A. M„. Ilnrvnnl Knih .■r ii , tSiU ; Pli. I . Mnnnnl I " rilvr ii.i-, 1V 7: 1 Hytrin. «r in Hhwu ' y. Iljirvunl I nivi-r iiy uml li.i.l.lid ' ,- i %.!].—.-. I ' U 17 : . ---lirir I ' n ,! ' ,-.„ «f llt-t..ry. IjkIaimI Klun- f.inl -rtr. 1 ' iii.ir-h.v. lSItT-iKM AwHH ' inn- I ' luifn-j-Hor i»f IM-lut,, Ekuford l ' iiivi-i ily, 1 SIRI-TJM . A--,„i ; ii,- PrOfWWM! tt 1 ---uvy 1 ' iilv. i ,,5 pdi f »n»in. Stiimiwr ShIukiI, limit; Student in 1 .i-ipKiy. Itrrltn. Pfccift, |!WH- rj; I ' mfWiutr of lliwmry. titatifonl I ' lilst-ntUy, l!ms ; PnoMeot, I ' m- vecelty 1 of Minimis Stptwiofetr, isms. 13 m m dPacultp 11 E nr. m. abjsr, a. it. QrftdnaU from Noriiiil SfhiHhl nc Oww««», N. V-. 1 7 J J, aM VnL ' in isT . (JredMte gtndeal m Jotnui llopfclm, r.irm-U muL UnlreHlty . t -M.iL .i - lustfu-T.r in OKw-i-K. Winnl SHinol: l ' nif«-«M»r uf Iditin awl Greet, lT t»e» tty " f Dtih, " wArnm «l [Attn I Greek, I ' ni- nmftj of Uoaitmt, riic i c.. rum u:i:h k r. srin:t en. is. M. i:., a. r. AtrriMliil I ' nl.lk S« ' ti MhU, Ituni-lniiiK KiMiin ; ilrailnate, Gymt)fc»ht» Km uk fiin mi ihr Miiin. :.Tt.uiiiy : It. M. K.. I ' nnliu- I " mv r it.v. Wl; A. t . 1804; SfeeMtftiy of lie Faculty, tfniver Hjr of llaotaia, Uk - iinh»: [ J mltmw ' if MWern Ijuimmm, afn ct 188(5. XH ' iimi.N -tohx i:r.ii n . Hi. n. t «,frm »r ,f Maty B, A.. ia pftHi. IS ?; M. A., Hinn» m. I« " t: M- ! .. Simi im, iws. I ' h. l [liinoii W« tortD UalwmUy. ' - ; Ailjiiin-t I ' rufi-wiinr of ife-taico [lttwita VYeftleyin l nlvec ltj ' , 1888-Sh IVoffiwr of HioNhtv mt n vclc . IllUtam Weriepan [falveniity. I Hwtor, [Mversitjr t Mo0t ni Klalujik l Kiuti.ui. -in. " 1900; | l r«M- Mhr uf lti«k y, CnlTOnHJ f Mon- tana, since lS t7. ntAM T 1 soebin, b. r fVgJ nuor » Lift ralvm OhtotfO W mm ' - CaJk LS88-8T: NlW Y«rk Sum- KvtBftl e Ofl$, ;rwl iiai.il. I 4 ; SiiM-nt in V« .ur i l u»M«: It. I . i Hii» HHrJ: Km ii ml Tlimurn Xhiiiiu.it Sr ,i»4. 1«« I: Ti-iu-Jn-f of Literature. himI PtiftcTpul, Butte llis ' i Beta . 18WI-1000: ProfeaM r «f Literature, I ' piiv»T ir,v . f Montana, Emf TJWMi, i i ClK facility Continued WILLIAM D. IIAUKI.NS. lit. D. I ' f.f- »» ,i nf Chcmiatrf. A. IL. Suinfonl 1 ' nivecsltT, I! " " . I h. I 1 -. ' . Graduate Student, I ' ni- vcruHj of 01 I0OJ awl 1001; Graduate gtudeot, Stan ford Lni- rcistty, 1900-00; AiNfannl in Cbeaiartrr. Waafon] ( " Diversity, I80MOUO; Instructor in Aaalrtteal CbeaMatr?, Stanford ITniverrttjr, 1000: frntfructoi in CbemUtrj aad Phyaka, I ' nlverslty «.r Uoatana. I!««mh . InuUtuI fur PtrjratlraliM ' liV rin ' ini.- 11. Kl« ln«-I»fini.-. KrtrUrnln ' . i. IL. U «: ItMUNl Associate, Itaonica l ilH»ri«t.»r.v of Lliy-Usl Cheat urtrr. MaaMchttMttl institute •( Teduwtogjr, 1010: P ra fa wor »f Olitwlatrji. Uulroraity f Montana, idnc , 1001: S|uvial Rxnorl U. - DopL af Justin, una tori in K. « ;inli f« r th - « " iiMii-irii- hiMilule. JBS8E PRRR1 BOWK IV l» I ' n.f.mm.r of I ' h MUM Oft .Wi«jr . i:. s. ITaleornHj -f Nebraska, MOT; M A.. v.«t:. Pu. i . 1000; Btudool rnlrendt) of Oregon, ISO}; (Srsdunt.- Student, PnJvarsJty of Cullfbralo. namaasr, 1001 ; flraduaU Bludat. Cbicaao University, annuo , 1095: in Geology. ITnlrerafti f Krbraaka, I8M-0T; Pcllou and In tfrurtor. IW-08; Asanttnnl Principal. Bl h Befconl, Butto, 160840: Principal Lit in Bchoot. ENtte, ISOMQ00; In s truc to r in Pnynfca jip i Oenlogy, Pnircraitj f Montana. Director, ITalrcralty »f Matt tana o« Wi -sii Snrv.-y. tinec 1002: Assistant, Cartas ' States Qeoktriml Sur»rv. 1000; Professor " f Pbysles and Geology. iTolftrallj «f tfontana. ■IBM 1001, WILLIAM I KLULUh K II m»K. Hi. I» fYn wawr « PeauAalnfa sad Mnrnfaaa, A. H.. [utRana Pnlwrsits, 1000: Po. ' Urk Polveralty, i!««;: Brad- ant Student, Cbleuio ITuivopdty. 1001; Petton In Pajrbologjr. Clara Pnl« reralty. 1008-00; Principal. Ilia Befool, Princeton. Indiana, IOD0-OB: Lecturer in !•« . -tiolocy. Indiana t ' nivrr «ity. Summer Ijiwrt.r. UNI " : l vtnrrr in IMiii-iiiHUiiil PayeliohiKy. Indiana l niv.«r il.v. Summer Quarter. H»H : l tun-r in IWIiolosy. ' olntiilitrt Cnivepdly. Summer Quarter, 11 1 1 : I ' rwfenMM- of I ' .y.liolotry ami Education, CnivajeJty of Ifoatann, -in-- IBM, I08BPB BABPINCi PXDBItWOOD, Pit l».. Ll. D V ' , f • «» ' »» nf llixlmtt unit t ' .f ' —nfir . li. A.. Wanton CoUtsti IBM: .M. A.. State. Ualvoraltj «( lows. liarM - Hi. I».. Colorable. Pnlmalt , l! " 7: Otterbeia l talrendtj . IOT0 Gmdnate Bcbolar in Be nlcs, State l T nlTMntt) " f i " «i - !002«O): PnOou i» Ifionanrini PMroraltjr »f loom, v. rUH ■ ITnlTornha fVlleti in BoriolanT. ColuniMa PnlTeraltr, 1004-00: Student, (Tnlrenut) •• ' Calrayt 1000; Inatrnetnr in Knuii-ti nn i Bartory. Nora Bprinas (Iown Brplnniy. 1009 Profeaaor « f Blatorjr n Politico) 8cianco, Conndet r ' lirk i nllefe. 1000-T: Profeaaor »1 lilatoo ' • " ,| Oca, Pntrtrntt) of Montnnu. aQNa n T. IB CIK faculty Continue IS CLARK PLANT. M. ftvfttW 0 l .rfjn ii» j h . Ph. Bk, Inm-mly »l MHiicnn. 1897: Priuelpftl, OU«, Mirtiitmn. ISSO-VI; f in-rr-.-t. Mi.-Siisan, l«H-li:!: Urmli ' ini- Mimli-.il, l - nihHT ily . f Hjlcajfo. 1897,88, ud Saouwn, t « . 1000, 100 1800, tflOft, 1007: M. S., lni- veMtj «.f Chicago, HUM: A n»lan1 in M ti»BXItic . Hrmllt-v Polytechnic iMtltutt. |803-1I¥IP; Amorta! . ibi-l.. 11WHWH : ln«in»-t»r. ftW.. 19TH-07: A» ih inn. | ' n n--d r ■ Mftihi-iiiarH-v I s «T i4 ' nf Mont™ , |fl»741fi, runl ■ il MiiiJu ' riiiilit-, hilnv l!NtV. ARTHUR WILLIAM WCUTER, M. If. R. Pfrft ' Wr nf Kngiui trint . in t ' hirrtt tif firht nl of Hnpinn Wiry. 4 : 1 . ■ • I ■ : 1 1 - - l ' liiv.-r-ity VU,-.iik in uti ' l i ■■■ru -l1 Vlkkvi-Mly : M. M. V... Cornell tfalrmit owl Cnlwr»(l cnf WiM-uiHiIti ■ Instructor Lm K re fluor- ine, A i-lsnt IW« ..F S«i in EiiBinwrtiiK, 1 ! lhi iii Vntt - of Kx- ]XTinn ' tiE{il Knrin«vrinir. nri ' l Prnfi-jomr " f RsiMTiiui-ninl Knuiiii rioe, T ' uS- rwsltj a( Wlnooodn, lOOfi-00; Pro of BaKtawrltt :, rjufaswftj of Mnnlikikn. »imf Si ' |T ' IhIm| ' J. 1 rfi. 1[,-iii1ht, Si-nui i :tn.l T.ni .1 l h i ; M.mh ' r, Amerfaui S n-ii ' (y 0 ' M«rh lc 1 EBuxiMtffl, Amifett CftM loMiiim. ' . JOSEPH EDWARD fCTRKWOOD. Ph. Dt, I ' ruf ' xn,? of JlrifrJrtry rfiiif fart n ( rif. A. R-. 1 ' jH ' illc I ' lm. iti. 1 : A. M.. I ' riiu toii t tiivcr itv. llVrj; Ph. D., Columbia Crmi-mity, IfKtt; rvilnw in itininpy, Pdaodaa Cnlwrtftjr, (898 )0; St li-iJiiiii-jil Qftrikri. ISflQ-lAOl: Aw-inut m Trinity. Columbia 1 ni vi-r ii v 8nmDMr SHinnl. 1900; A- Ktunt iit Riolony. Toacli j CoOcbp, liHMUti: EitMhrttetftr En RoImit. Srrwiwe Pnlrerrttv, lrxiur; ; AnHori»t ' Mc - r r Itniunv, imri-o " , «ml Proftwiw 61 Botany, 1907.; AiwlKinm IMani»l. IVfwrton ' nr rrf IwWfltljHlttMfc orn Iin ' inul-Mexlcan Rubber V. 1007-n : f ' 4inn Bk ln«ii(iirlOD. Dwell Lnlmnirory, Tm-Mtn. 1 1 m kx n ► : A« Niniti I ' lvifi r »f Itn1an ainl f ' urt i ry. rniviT iiy t M mi- tJLmk . |[NK .Ui; I ' nifi-o ' rfr f Itmikiiy nml ERumitrfi DntWvtty Mmni»iii», GROROE n r.M li REYNOLDS, Ph. IX I ' ll. H.. Ijiw«-niv roH .. ISjK: I ' d, lv. l ' .»iv,T iv of fliM-aL ' ... U«ti.%: ' IVji.-h.T ..I Kn lMi, W. inin ;!. U " i „. Ili-lk S, L.M.I, |S!»Sin«l: TtWrhrr r.f Buglirii, Obtcvo M oml Tmiobf Schw l. 190TMH ■ Pe!k»w in ESkwllift. rnivrnity »f riiii-jisn. IIN»i-ih! : [IumI M HnsMi I k-iwiti im ' iit. Slniinu- ' k g hoot, I ' nirUm . -Vtinn.. 19024)0: Awhi«ot PnttiMwl ' trf Kn tiuli toil RhetQrie, 0l»lW«Uty r,f Mm n, l!Hm-1l» : | ' |-..f, m.r nf tln li-li iirvt Rtwtwle, tn 10. JAMBS BPEEfR, A ft. li. A r Dutvenlty of Uonftiui. It Pr.muh-ni IWfKJO; S J n ' lnr.i .if IV-Mlty. ji ml I- IJIT-, ..f Ilk- riJv,-rviry Exwniii - I ' -nnl stmv l! if ; Appolnl«l H+ islmr. pjun ' tiklji-r, 11 10. ClK jftUUln: ContinufD ;i stav i. PI8GDKR, Pt t f i a tor of u iiv. Student in Qonnnu wA a Prof- Richard snhiu. Cascf Ooadaetox nn i ' i »t iti OTrtoeao to Pitae of Bcfaaaafcari Uppt tl Backfftaai; 8ta t ni in Frankfurt with 1 1 nr.. Kort-M-li.ik : .Mi-ihI-t Knyitl OrrhCMUt at W«hw, ttata PoiwI«rt« r»lii|i « f ALU ' Fran . Li»xi ami ftlwnnl I-i»- n : M.-mlwr rii. mmIo r- ThoMM » »i i»»t ™. Chicago, tha St. I nii- v.»ri.i « Fair BynphM] Orrhr-trn. ' I " - St. Ijwi. Oioral Syiii| l ..n SoviHy : Pliv«t Taachtl ..f Mu-i.- ill Montana: l ' rof. «.««»r «»f Mihic. F niwn.it of IIOBBRT KBAL THOMPSON, I ' .. s AaabioaJ Pnfrmtr • RI f a fca, it. s.. Dalverritj ..f Naahvttle, 1906: «;rainm»r Pitoeipalt IWwitjpw— rj It.-u Academy, SftMhrflks 1906-09: Aaahtaal in Blologr. Dahandtj .«i KaabvUb, Bwnawr, 1806; Stadtat, I Hi .-r it at Chicago, 1906-09; Vctfau A--- i.tr.- Fr..f.-sv.,r ..f I ' liv-i.-v iH..rlin (•..II.-.-.-. IIHN. I n«t rn L.r in Phjmlc . Chicago Fnlwwritj I licit Braoo J . 1900: laatractor in P h jal ca, Unlm»ltjr .f Moo tana, 1900-10; Aaaiataal ProfaaaM »f PkjaJca, 1916; EDWARD MARTIN si I FA FY. IV B. B. H datfefOOt I ' mfinnor in Hn»tin rring. Til mm Aitri itlturnl and Mcehaakal n.llec... 199741; BnlmaRy of Wis- (-.■it«iti. 1! H- »4: KtminiNT for N w- York Fiw [BMRMMM Ks«-lianr» . NW Y.irk City; BagU r. I . s. tfcw s.rvi..-. i: t.ii-i. ii DirWoOi Dal wr-it.v of Vi«-oti»iti : I na t r aC t Of in Strain an«l Fnsi marine. Fni- rataftj " f WiMOtttia lflOI-10; A«tMtUl Prol »r of Fiicinwrinir. Fni- rantftj • Montana, nincc Baptwbar, 1010; MaanVr Honorary Rncinacrtag Frat. ' rnlty of Tan BeU I ' i. EL0I8I kv»wi.i:s. Pa. B. luMtrmilttr in Finr Art: BMm An s.h.M.i. 1998-98; Pit it . Oahandtf of Maa tana, iso : pit M l .m.iMtv ..f Chicago, UM0; GtUUM Art S.hool. Shinnonrk Bilk, 1999; S. Ii.m.I of K..ln. iiiion. FniwrMty ..f Obkagfc 1 1 ► . Art InMitnt.-, Chicago, 1904; Cotunabia nnJwaity. 1909; Fniv.-n.it ..f Oafcago, 1910; at.nm.l. WIW1 Jtl «f 1903, 1900 nwl 1910: InatTOCtor in Dmnng, Fin v-rvitv of Montana, mi,.- mai;n sn.uAirr. a B. f«i« of Wome» " " l» lru ior in l ' r i»« a in Hnylith. a. n.. D0lv«nH) of Otlorado, i!K« : lutrae tat in Btatt PrHM»rator BdMOt, 19004 1 ; I ' rin. i|«il of l .tiKinoiil lliirli S. Ii.m.I. l ol-.rn.lo, 1!« 1 ». " .; [oatfactoc iii Ba« Dmi w Hlatj Bchool, 1969-07; SMkat, O d l t rtl i Fni viTxily. " tmmor «( |K- n n of V..nHn. Fni .-iHit ..f Montann ♦itic 1007- ClKJf ACUltE CoiumurD GKBTBl ' DK DUCKUOUW, U s l.ihrmrian. it. s.. UnifcnUj »( Maataoja. v.»» . Illhajii grata Ubtarj Bcfeaai. 100041; Special nr« ' in Gotan ml DarnaMarfa v» n .in star.- Library CVMOralwloa, 1003; Ll.ii! linn, l ' ni i-r«ii of Mom aiut. ohm UDSL Kl «;i.m: r a CAHBX it s. lnttrmt n iii Uiithi matii ». It. S. I tin. r-ilN nf California, r.«fc " i: lt««i|«r in .Miilh«nmti ». Ualvmltj of ftallforala. umiTi. Gradoat Btiriil. liHvmt. AaaMaat in i !• - .--. ll t . 7. Iii«inn ii»r in Mutt filiation l ' .is«i. «. Similiter S«t»ion. I1«»7. ami Aaafctfaoi In MollaaoMlia 1007-nO: r— true tor in Uaibcaaatka, UalreraJlj of Ifgatua, dmtm tk ukn I, IOUO NCABBL ROCKWBLL smith, m. a. Inntimtur in t ' l ' HUli ' iH tint! I ' hymiHl t ' uHmtr. II. A.. H ' ..t m Goiter, liml. ami M. A.. Wm7: S:ii.|«iiI. C«l liia School ..f Oratory, 100] »j. aod Koftaaraatani PaimaRy, 100M0 mi lOOT-OO; In-tru. tor in Public S|»-akinc ami Utoratara, Qaatpbtfl GaUaye, KaJHM, 100MB; Tracbrr of PaMk SpMktaf ami l.it.-rnmrr. II,-, S. -mm ' . Tol.il... Iowa, I «».V ' 7 In«iniii..r in Kl-Niition unci l»liy«i -al Oilnir Dakota Vfaafeyma PalreaJty, 100840; laafraetat in llotatlaa ami Efcyafcal CaltUia, Uoivrrwit.v of Motilana. »iwv Scpii inlhT 1. l!«»S». UORKBT II. i auv. i i.. H. {Mrwafoi " ' Ay ««f t ' ultun-. II .. H.. (aft rTaJroratty, IflOO; Physical i»ir.v«..r. UnhrccaaU »f Hofttu rfac« Ooptoaibtr, 1010. WILLIAM 1C. I ' LLU. It S.. M. A. Iiutrucior in CtwU Huffiurtrimg. It. s.. K iv.Ivi.m lmi. laatkattj 10OT: M. a . it.—- Myttctok laatRaflct 1010; lntiniii ir in Civil Ifailajurlin Raat PoJijrtacaaJc loalltaie, IflOT- l " i. A--1-1.H1I r.ii u...r 1 " Cw ' ■ T.t r. Hunt.-. I i..li-it..i. I ' ii-Ti Kn.-i aaar for Pari flriitr Ceaipaay, 1000: laatraatot in CMi Biathw»rfrn I ' aireaitj »f Montana, -im «- Baptaabar, 1010. .1 I10WARH STUITKMYBR, A. It.. Mi. I». Innlruilor in lli t n t tiwtf Mutation. A. it.. Kakuaaaoo Catte . v. - : A. It . HaJvaratty of Chk aM 1008: Gradual Stadtat, ralrewity -if Catcato, 10054?: Ph. l».. « ' lurk I at- realty, 1010. loatractot in Hlirtary n4 Rdacattoa, UaJwaltjr »1 faa (ana. Mini- BaptttOb t ft 1010. It ClK JfacUltV Cominiiro i ' ii u ki:i:. HILL, It v.. It. . In»tru tor in I ' h ' mimtry. rJradaaU V ' w ITinwht Sonwl School, 1800s It a.. DqItwvU) f Now Bruaawlchi IOOQ « wiiii hoi in Bckace); II. a.. Uaivarrity of NO Braaawfck, v. . It. a.. Yak UaiaavaUy, 1900: Aariataaf in Deana- xiniiUi ' fjwmlatrjr. Daivaiattj New Braaawkh, 1008; Principal llich School, IfeAdana N. It.. 1009; Principal, Glhaoa iiie:» School, S. H.. |0Ds Unlmritj Scholar, STak Uairatatar. r.« s - raatraetor in Uhatafetix Rutherford lastitute, Nan Ifarea, r. " ,s ; Aariataat in Oii»mi it}. Yak DbLvnaitr, lit " . ' , Instructor, ia Qa a alf ry, Gaharattj «•»• funa. i im-f SH|itiMnUT. 10H». Ni.i.i:. MABGAHKT KALKKR, I It. Ph. I» luittrmrtor in il rinin and F.nyli k. .. it. ouriih fnltiww. 1902: Ph. It. (with boaorabla mention in Oataaanka) (Tnlrctwitj of Pbicago. UKC: Bnauarr Qoartar, Ualfttratt? of Chicago. i«n; : Graduate 8tadcnt. Banttaara IW8-10: Graduate Student, r.. Intnl. in l niv«T il . 10 ; : Tutor in Carman ni Prf|«rnt«»r School of Obcrlia Colhtc. Obto ; Head of Gurnaa DaparUBont, SajrJaaw Hic» School Saciituw. Mich.. 18!M»18Q0: S m-r in BaiUpn, I88S: StnnVnt «f Qiii—iihii and IVdajapj in Ualrandty --f Jena, Germany. iw« w, l ; Graduate Btadeal and Official Tatar. Garmrilj »f Chicago, IB014V; ll. a. I Gartaaa Departawwt. Blcn School, Clinton. Iowa, 18CB-10; In ■tructor in RaffUah ami HiTainii. i ' uiwr-Uy ..f Montana, .in.- 8ept«tnl»« ' r. 1010. w iNMntr.i ' u uaxsan pbigunbo. it. a. Aatfafaol tiara rioa. It. a . i iiiv.i-itv ..r Montane. 1008; S tu d ent , Library School, Simmon IVill.v 10)840; A» " i ltinl Librarian. Pnivir-il.v »f Montana, ainc Hep leather, 1908. druticiit assistants ;riirK Arniitaij:. ' Madge It.jittv Arthur Blabog Millard s. BaHetdlch Oria B. OaaalafhaM Ansa Baria i;, i ml w. PredaU Mary HaaaM ■ t. — i.- |r«in Vdtcn v. Logan llaari Mnrphj " hnrl ' - s MeOowan vrii.ur v. CBoariM hn.ii.s i». Richards. 1 1 usi BatterthwaRe Shlrlay Bbonl laaiaUuii in Chaadatij V-vi.intit in Library AaatatMi in GjrnMMnhun .yahaani in Btalog} Aaaiatanl in Ckcmbtr] A »ivtim in OflkM Ajadataal m Bhapa Aariaiahl ia otfic Aaafartaal ia Ubraij Aariotaal la Rteflaaarlai A-iM int iii i MRca Aaaialaiil la Pajrcholaffji AH»i«tant in « Mli ' Ami.tnnl in (i«ij«ev aalataal la libran Uafaaaai la Art OfFICF-KS William E. Ryan M. Ujcile Marshall Eva M. Coffee Millard S. Bullerdick MOTTO; ' Nol y t hut loon " COLORS: Gre n «nd While Ryan, William EmmETT. B. S.. Valicr, Montana Geology Si um riii ; Sili-ut Siiilim-l: llu ' iA Nu KpAtkni: PwwM« t. ' Jiwh (1). in; Foot! Ml (2). 0Q (4); Tncklr Alt-Mouiina train. 121. 3L l4 : Track. (2), CD. 4 i ; ijiptJiin. . ik in-- K i . iH ' Bukeftall, (1 , (2), (4): cftp- -:iin. iii: Hunger ' ' i 5 tl,|tI " - 2 r ;i . (4 ; .vthiciif Com, a. X, U. Al„ (SjJ, (4), 14)3 A nooiatod Engineer , 1 i . i - : fttntimL wo , (I) ; Pun H el talk ■ ►un. iL i- f i. I i : i-ir, uin- iKiii IMil.if. U ' M S nrin, l ; I ' L.iir KHUI Hi Jinx. I 1 L 20 . . . .rmueat Vict Psaidenl . . . .Secretary! .... Trca urcr Averill. Florence Hale. B.A. I ourm-nd. Montana Literature Kii|.|«a Alpha Tli.t i; Ourkin, (I), - ' ' . •: i : Orator, (2)j v. w. • ' A. (1) j Bdraet iia. (1) j Brati ad smnr. :t). Bishop. Arthur F.. R Seattle. Washington Forestry iriiui Sil.-iit S.«niiiii-I; Foot ball. (2), tat. (4): Ckptata • rtt. Hi: Itn hnll. (l). (2) Captala. r. ' » : lt„ k.ti.nii. in (2); Manager, (2): Tiack. c ' JfMrim 1210 Saatfad Stuff: a ' .h i:n..i Waf l a t u m. Hi i ■_• i Gjraraaduia A« i»i»nt. m. (ah in. Florence F.. B. A. Ana onda. Montana Literary KapM Alpha TNU: Paaatialk: v. W. a A.. (1). (2). (S) : Vi,. I ' l.-.i.l, i.| Niinn. (S| . rinrfcin. I t. (2); s. i.i,. .- Aaaodatlaa. (•„ ' ►. r.D . hu Hdlrafc Condi :u : SaCfVtarjf MUM-, CI). Bennett, William A.. B. A. Mt oula. Montana Economics lot Hm Siu-nE Saottoel; TImu fin K|.-iNni ; it. A. GL, Hi; WHwN, (8). Mi: Siui].. r i[ M.njiImt. Mire %mnu C5o« A«si tnilt F ' .llv .MmiiW-l-, I! M I S miqiJ, 3 ; ifnunjiiiii; Editor Wtnfcl? KftJmla (S)« (4)j Sccr Nirv HawtbiKM (2), 13) ; V. M. a A. k (J), (8); (S), (8); 1 ' aii Coffee. Eva M.. £. 5, Missoula. Montana Biology Kii| |Hi Krlftjui {iflunun; I ' l-jU ' tdtluL ; Selene? Ann., (2), (8). || : Y. W. (X A.; Tr» ' HMi nTi (4) ; Sextette. (2) ; Mn i, Clftfc, (21 : Botai «i fHfrctwt, ffnlrewlty Pt o Club, Hi; S«atine] xmir. (S) ; s...- ; ,| q a. r. m. (4Jfi Clftn fWrHar.v. (J), ' I ' m. k y. (8). i. (4). . i ■ BULLEHDICK. MjLLARD 5,. B. ,1. Sheridan. Montana siiiin BeatlneJ; sofcHMg Sam., (2), ' ' - iii; Mea PrwMenl iii: H wtionie, in. (2), (8), [4)i PrwMwit, in. r. M. 0. a.. (8). (4) s riass Tr«uia«r, ( 1 1 ; Track, (1), (2), (8), (4); I .rf M.-W. .s, C. ttebfd . WOO, i :«mi 1911 ; IVininT Ittk ' kU-y OtHtoricttl Hontrdt. 1800, VBRQl Winner Mwi- [jieiil Sr:u ' 1 1 fit I ■ i i ' N ' ji I I ' min- :, ]»H : Representative, [ntgnutt Oratarfea] Contest, ■ Km.. i, •. Ore Hunt ISIHt: I in- MmirtKHT, mil 8totin«t; Editor nmi Uanacer Student Hamlin ink, n i«- tl : Imbtuators AniMtat tit Bfo- l. y. ill. (8), (4), McCouan. Charles Stewart, fl. A. Grrat Falls, Monlana Economics Nil : -ilini ; Sii.nt Beatls !: Thau tf« Bp- Bawtboraa literacy Bodaty, M i. Baatfaal) iii: Secretary mm (2); Bdaoca Aaaaclatioa, cj . (2), 1 1 ' M • » 1 1 t j 1 1 v K.iMiiui. . n. Editor, (2) Ivlitor. WWklv Kainiin. (2), (2), i h AJtcruta v. s. a-C. of m. debate, n . Jiinioi I ' miii l ' oiiimit t i . (. ' {j; A -xiai ■ Biitec 1910 Beattael; Avsi,iaiit Editor, r. ' ii Beatlnel; 8aeraterj Boaatera ' rini.. (2) v s i . m.. ,•_ .. (2), (4); Dabata Oamatttee, (2) j PTlntata at fVl ' iw. (. ! : l ' r.- i L nt samo. (4); A--i»tnnt in INcholojry, • t i Mc GrKCOK. MlLDRU) Alenk. B. A. Literary Hinsdale. Montana Kappa iv . ■ actralla • v. «r. a, a., in. (2), (S); Tntaaam mat, (2) : Paa llelle- ale « •oun. il. (2), (2) : Baeratary aaaw, (2); nw and Dinar, literary Bolter, L910 Seatind ; Vi..- PrtaJdcttt, a. s. r. m.. (2) MtCt i.i.ot (,h, Mass fa Sandf.rson fl. 5. Missoula. Monlana Geology Sigma S% PI BU PI; Sitim nn.l Batefl BO «i.iy: Pra aidi a l 1910 Clam, (2), (2), ii»: Aaaoebitad Hagl r». 1 1 . (2): Dramatic Clab, (2), (2); Baoratarj Trwemirar Jim« . c:t j Ob Clab, II), (2), (2), (4)j Mnniir -r MBaS, (2), (»i Manager Football, (2); Adrartk tec Manager. 1910 Bantiael; Clreakiiloa Maaacar, Monthly Kalinin, fl) j Local Editor rator, (2): M«naf r Wetfcly Kalinin, r:»: Reporter nan, Mi: Bd ltor ia ChM Mate, m»: Manager 1910 Junior Prate: tytialaaai Manager c«nii- rai, (2); Kio.. r Manager a. s. r. m. dancca, (4 ); Aaaeetaiai M aoager A s D M. m. Maclay, Hahrv David, J3. S. Missoula. Montana Engineering Mil S.uiji.i r:|-;r.,ri; A-,Hini,M| Krmi- ran, m. (2); Bagtown ' Club. ' ' - J • ; I ' n-.ii !■ -rit j -. tit; i ' ' " Mif. n ti. (3 , (4); Captain., 1 1 i : Tnsk, IS), Mi; [utecdw I - k.. r I .tb 1 1 . fail. f4); AtUctlc Htlltwr, 1011 fontloal, irn, McLean. Gladys Ann, fl. }. Anaconda. Montana History Kapiirt Aljjhn Tliela: IVu.-tmlUi Siii-mi. A--.H ' inti«tii, (2), «j hi; Olarkb, (2), (8), 4); BaatineL, iii; Dnumth Oh . (2). 1011 Smtinol gmir. s.|.|..r BdUhoa; Ct), Marshall, Mary LuctLE. R, a. Miuoda, Montana Modern Languages Kappa Ai)tim facta; Viet PresUeol ' I " " . ' J I A-.H ' inN- l ltt..r. Ill] I Seminal, Simpson. Morton Dixon. B. S. Strvcnsvillc, Montana Engineering AwMH-mtx Knsi rn. 1 1 r_ ' » ; Kn«i •MtW Ctab, ill; F.m.iImiII. (3), 14). Steele. Marv Kdith. fl. 5. Billings. Montana Biology Kistiui Tnn QuMi IVnrfmlia ; Chlfcl i I ». U . (8), I » : S.v- ivlitry. (8) ; Trvn«itivr. - ' tl : I ' rr - iiknt. 4i: " riti. ill: S i.-n.-v A»-«M ' iui i. n. c. ' i. • :; . ill. lYnnnf mum . (3), (9). (4); V. W. i A.. (8), Hi: Viet Pr««i l«nt MtiM ill. " uv Pn-»i- li nt. riiiv -r itv Pr«-- » Onl.. ill: eiec IWiuit, a. s. D. M.. 1 1 1 1 Pun li.ii.-ni.- OmbkU. (3), (4)j S. erHary »anx . l. ' ll. (II: Ian r- ii r K«liti r. P.UI SvntinH ; Junior Smith, Ralph Wallace, B. S. Missoula. Montana Engineering Stem Nii: Mil Btpn Bfattoa: Hum tlH n«« Literary Society, :»»: Oitir. caiw. (2); Aouiriatral BvgtMtre, in. rji: BaftMcnf " liil . (8), 14 »: l ' rroiik ' nt ann (3) cIm Trauvnr, _•► : a . -i-l.itil BttfhMM M;m;ii;.r. M.mlli ly Kniinin. (J) : Orguniuitiiin Bllitar. 11 11 S. lilin. l. (8) : l l.-.ir ■n s.«.i«t OaoMhtet, A. s. r. M-. Hi; Pun ll.ll.-ni. OttWdL JUi ? )RS Officers DANIEL M. C ' ONNF.R President Florence Mary Leech Vice President Helen Adelaide Wear Secretary Milton Mason Treasurer MOTTO: " Do other or they ' ll do you " COLORS: Green and old gold Daniel M. Conner Darby, Montana N ' luit don ur l ' r.-»i l«-nt lik. ' !.. Oo MnllfcflU fee ttM -lurry nky. ■ " i i f.Miiimil oa IfMtaM fUU, And ring tht IjraraM. Warren C. McKay. Anaconda. Montana. Warren i not unison ' . In fart lie ' s nqi «|lllet, Itut he IiHohkk to tfca (. ' la . of XoukIi: Twelve bv ' i all r%kt Gf.rtrudf. Cornklia McFarlanf.. Winnifred. AJta. t onidin like In -iiitf ami | lay. She liken to make a pun, She Ilk.- lo drive ilull care away. In fact, hc a nlronj for fun. Arthur W. O ' Rourke, Kast Helena. Montana. I li diili.-M are inanifohl n the utarw. Ili» Ml vi»s rcvcalcth It aw I-.W.T. lie guide a loz4ii thing at once. In faet. ball the " Mini of the I lour. " Gracf. Evelyn Rankin. Miisoula, Montana «!ra«t i thg jfirl with tli« rnrl«. nn l puffs. Tli« winning MRM ami t li « i li.irinins: way. Ufa n r.mmI little girl «.li« tertt bluff-.. Bni f-ti bet htaooa •■wry ay. Carolina Pack Wharton. Butte. Montana in. I. Milton h i ' i n MB mttiirv ' ii»ii«4m- k» m. Hut Citrrie low Im | in ih Tin- etUMtnt ' i elkk, ud " S« world. I Iri-ii.- ' KdWARD A. WlNSTAM.I V. MiltMWlU. Montana Crown It i ii i Mill I In Inun-I run-. Ami lii " » many honor jrM4 ICrinir out tlx- ImumI uml toot tin lioni . For our ln-ro of the foot I .nil hVM. Gkrtrudf. Alf.tta Whipple. Townsrnd, Montana S..,„.. pMpto COKM And mtw, MTtr, • ;. i 1 1 mte i bvtra i Perkapi v »n tmv. rfMprk. never Hliirk. nuiki ' li«-r murk. £tii «ii| »hr i Bbulah Van Emgj u m. Missoula. Montana Lilira I.. ml -»nl» MigM I i iiM-r.- Ahntmloa, »liinini; I licit t 42 OI FK I RS. Ckcil F. D0B90N Gladys Julia FREEZE. Mildred Is auj Roscoi; W. Wllls Prat J int. Vicc-Pre idcnl. Secretary. Treasurer. MOTTO: " Slow but »ure " COLORS: Yale Blue and White Cccil F. Dobson. Dickinson, N.Dakota 48 7Y»r }J2 Jfi Mildred Ingalls. Missoula. Montana ki n I in Daniel McDonald. PhllipsburR. Montana Richard l. Johnson. Missoula. Montana Maril Lebkkher Missoula. Montana Rosk Leopold. Irlrna. Montana Mary Shull. Missoula. Montana Royal DANIEL SLOANS. Missoula. Montana Florence May Mathews. Missoula. Montana Gladinf. Lews. 1ms .Mil. Montana Warren E. Theme. MiMoJli Montana Alice Seabury Mathkmson. Anaconda. Montana CtORGE PLTMAN STONL Missoula. Montana Lolisl E. Smith. Florence. Montana John Baklr Taylor. Missoula. Montana OwF.N DUIGID SPEF.R. Kay, Indiana Waltf.r Christy Marshall. Missoula. Montana Rom ok Ward Wells. Flidky, Montana Gladys MaMSUEWTE Huffman. Butte. Montana RICHARD C Wm. Friday. Sigowncy. Iowa OFFICERS Spencer Walter Small Pf.rcy J. Friday Joseph inf. Hunt William D. Vealey. il l,, rmiiii-nt Secretary Treasurer MOTTO: " Nol yet nor igoA " COLORS: Maroon ud Cmy Spencer Walter Small, Butlc. Monlajva George Thomas ArmTack, Billing}. Montana Iarolo West Berry, Mi « ula. Montana MaIX,! KLIDh Hi A I IV, Great Fall . Montana Anna EVELYN Dams. Mi»»oula. Montana Helene Bertha Bolot, Missoula. Montana EONA Allison BRANDENBURG, Kalis|)rll. Montana Marguerite Neoma Coln. Mi «oula. Montana Carl Chandler Dickey, Belt. Montana Gertrudi Crane, Iclena. Montana 4l Catherine Finley, MusouJa, Montana C-HAKLK5 pDWARD DOB50N. Dickinson, North Da kola Pf.rcy J. Kkhjav. .Sixourm-y, Iowa. Pali, Logan Dornblaser demons, Montana GERTRUDE AttNF. GlLLIOAN, Buite. Montana Thomas Irvine Durff.f, Philipsburg, Montana C f.Doris Grkcory, hf«wbury, Oregon JOHN E«_:c;KNF. F0LSOM k MikquJa. Montana I A . I 1. Fj H I - I ' MAN, Miwoula, Montana Clifton SAMUEL Jackson. Victor, Montana Jamrs Clayton HAINES, kalispcll. Montana Bonita Map. Rkntfro. Missoula. Montana Alice Hardf.nburch. Mi»M ula. Montana John William Smlkuy. Mineoli, Montana Gf.orcf. Lfstf.r Klebe, Manilla, Montana Adelaide Stanley, Great Falls. Montana JOSFPMINF. MARIF. HUNT, Ktlkpcfl, Montai.a Karl U.Roy Spf.f.r. Scybot, Indiana William Wayne Johnson. Great Fill , Montana William Davis Vealey, Miwoulft, Montana Ellen Farrar Kennett. Helena, Moniana Bessie May Wilde, Miuoula. Montana Robert Logan Kitt, Mi»oul , Montana Donovan Woudi:n, Missoula, Montana Hazf.l Gf.raldinf. MURfHYj Mi- 1 1 -n. i, Montana Tatsutaro Ratsucami. FuknirKcfl, Japan Hkkulht Hutiit KuriiAL t M suuld. Monlana Tit i iz 3 NATHANIEL Stanton Little. Missoula. Montana Charles Little Lccleston. Anaconda. Montana Peter Ronan. Mivtouia. Montana Constance Darrow. Lcwistown, Montana Clifford Olkn Dav. Missoula. Montana MABEL Mary Lydf.n. Butte. Montana Patrick Thomas McCarthy, Anaconda, Montana Wilson Minnerly, Missoula. Montana Edward Simp kins, Missoula. Montana 77 iJ$JZ j Ht I Victor Johnson, PhiJipsburg. Montana Fhf.prrick I Ierblrt Whcslkr. Miwoula. Montana Paul Loen Gkrvais, Anaconda, Montana Malcolm WADE PLUMMER, Stcvcnsvillc. Montana FORE OFFICERS. Lewu Cleveland Stockdali Walter R. Eyman Sidnf.y Coll Armitack John F. Morrow I ' rcudcnt Vkc-Prcsidcnl. Secretary. Treasurer. MEMBERS. Atom h Bum Abbott, ( II. AUAMH. gpam i " »i i akmh «.» . II..MIK .llMUl-.N ItAKHIK. FmoMi Hatpkm Hint . - tut (hrra i in ujamoc, QflDM WO UAN lt» KKt . iii » i ■ Bun k • i w. IWIV I N.I U U l»AVIR. I 1 ! Moltl K Oil H HI INIRVI S . Mamk BMCK, am it. kvman. Kay It. Kittim.. Howabb Raymond I ' i iwt, CnCffeTTAJI «»k ii i » II MM v itt nMi it Hour, t ' l.M i I •-is IIODSITfOM. aumtA Banu Bocojfnw, t w I»aii v JOBUMM, Mil . i RCMMU v Li kBT, John I " . MOBBOBr, itw a. ruii-MPH. Jamih K. ItVA.N. Majoh Skixnkb. GUCKM LAWKHCI Smi it it. Jamis Win l a M Si wmv I I VMS I | . H 1 M. SlIK KDAUC, a Pn » i " « ww no. Kaij ' ii Rom Wnwt, • R«| Lodfe, Mont. Mi o ila. Mont. KaHopoll, Mont. Billinip . Moot. I VII, Mont. Ilarli-m. Ida. BberHaa, Mont Wallace, Mb. Tiov. Mont. MIbJOBIB, Mori MmoooJb, Moot Snniti n. Wv.i. LMofBUM. Mont Kooaki . Ma. B BJ Minn. Ronktar, Mont AjUUO. Mont. Mbbr, Moot, MMtjr, Mont. i Mob . Mool Litbr, Mont. QoM fr.sk. Mont Mkonola, Meat c ' h.-taii. Wash. MbooolB, Mont. Abj . ' Li. If out, A .lilan l. Mont St.x-kdnlo. IVnn. A llff l t l . Mont. MiMOQhi. Mont. 57 L I T E R A R Y Montana Tell mr of that Treasure State. Story always new. T«D rue of its beauties grand And it ' » hearts so true. Mountains of sunset fire. The land I love the best. IjcI me grasp the hand of one From out the Golden West. Each country ' has its flower. Each one plays a part : Each bloom brings a longing hope To some lonely heart. Bittcrroot to mc is dear, Growing in my land Sing then that glorious air — The one I understand. Montana. Montana. Glory of the West. Of all the states from coast to coast. You ' re easily the best. Montana. Montana. Where skies are always blue. M-O-N-T-A-N-A. Montana. I love you. IloWurJ. 00 % )t Bag is Bonr I lie day is done at last; her heralds clothed In flaming garments a) I of rose and gold Stand at the portals of the suwet land l ' n rri.sk ' licr passing beautiful and glad. They lift their torches up to fire the sky. And far across the broad Pacific way. They spread a gleaming carpel for her feet A pathway for the fair departing one. Earth does not grieve because the day i dead For other days will come as fair as she; And in the haze-soft haunts of yesterday This day still lives and will live through all lime. So may it be when day is done for me. ] wanl no sorrowing,, no tearful grays But earth serene and smiling and the sky All flaming color, gorgeous rose and gold. So may day ' s heralds make a path for me Across the broad Pacific till J come Unto the sunset land, and fearlessly Enter the haze-soft haunts of yesterday- Monfami Bm elt. " 09. A THOROUGHBRED .V i. I J I ' . Stood nl window, looking moodOjf OUt, 4 hope- less cJrjrrtHiti and forlorness about hi whole future. Hi eye rested despairingly on the campus before him, in the JirsC. fresh, tender reerinr s ul spring. H ! (MO Were ju-l beKUimnK t» lr.il ' . and there was. thai peculiar f reihncss and softness aboul them that nan Wong only to lhat time wh n the air ken with lh« life of growing things. It MM spring, spring everywhere, and all nature- tingled with the message. Suddenly, as he gazed, almost unteeingly, something inside of Maclntyrc seemed to loosen. He closed hii eyes and took a long, deep breath. J lc wa-i the Iwy of ihe form w n, walking through the tall, wet hay, and it perfume, the sweetest in the world, came to htm with a thrill of delight. He lelt again thr plow under his h.ml, calloused hand , he felt the cold |iri»i»ir«lio n trickk down hit hot face, ai he stood for a moment, leaning heavily on his pitchfork. The scene brought with it a srci.ie of |M--ut- and mm un-v such .i hr had ihjI known foi lour hmely years. Was it worth the struggle? Would it not be better to ko back and give the whole thing up Re would never be anything but an awkward, ungainly country boy. He longed for companionship, for popularity, for the hundred and " ire little thing nuking college life dear which the otheT fellows took as a matter of course, and for which he would h.»w v.iu ' ii .my 1 hing he possessed. He knew how the fellows regarded him a Kood fellow. I u I arnoriR fh.il smaller numlier who still had the mistaken idea that col- lege was a place for work. He knew there w $ toward him none of that spirit of comaraderie and good-fellowship that they felt for the other fellow . That was, the reaton he had been out practicing lor two months now, for the race at the big meet, to wiest from the fellow what they would not give freely, to make them notice him, to have ujir hoin nf triumph wilh the whole world a 1)1).. He started abruptly, rudely awakened from his dream as a girlish voice, shrill with anger, floated up to him. He pulled aside the curtain and leaned out, to look down upon two familiar figures, Shorty Armstrong and Eleanor Wilkins, engaged in rather heated conversation. 03 " Why. you can ' t do anything- I believe you ' re lazy, F.llsworth Armstrong. " and her voice gave scornful emphasis to the word Ellsworth. " Yes, lazy, there ' s no other name for it. Why. if I were a boy. a big. strong, healthy boy. and had a chance to do something like that, a chance to bring honor to my school and — a — and — win. " she fairly panted the last word, she was so angry. " I ' d be ashamed to stand ' round and watch other fellows do it. You ' re lazy, do you hear me? " Maclntyre looked down at the slim, angry little figure confronting Shorty. He saw the flushed cheeks and the suspicious glitter of the girl ' s eyes. He saw Shorty make a vain attempt to open his mouth and speak, but before he could say a word, she had swept by him. her skirts seeming to cut the wind; Maclntyre felt sure he could hear the air crackle and sizzle. He gazed down at Shorty, a wry. crooked little smile appearing at the corners of his mouth. A deep wave of red had dyed Shorty ' s face from neck to temple. The blood beat hard in his ear , as he stood for a moment in utter astonishment. Shame, wonderment, anner. anger such as he had never experienced in his whole life before, succeeded each other quickly in his heart as he stood there. He bit his lip hard, while the color mounted and receded in his face, leaving him pale and trembling. Something, he could not tell what, made Shorty glance involuntarily up at Mac- Intyre ' s window, and his face became almost purple as he saw Maclntvre lean- ing out. " What ' s the matter. Mac. that you ' re not out? This is a great day to be moping around inside Better come and take a stroll with me. " In a few moments Maclntyre was at Shorty ' s side, a stack of books under his arm. " I ' ll walk owt to Main Hall with you. I have a class next hour. " Shortv seemed, all of a sudden, to become verv embarrassed. " The dickens! Wonder if he heard her? " Then, aloud. " Yes. it does look like fine weather for the meet. Hear it ' s a regular walkover for you. Mac " Maclntyrr smiled foolishly and became very red. " You mustn ' t believe every- thing you hear, " he murmured, in what he tried to make an indifferent voice: never- theless he looked ridiculously pleased. " Well, time alone can tell. " said Shorty, with the air of a philosopher delivering himself of some great truth. He nodded brightly to Maclntyre. who disappeared into the main building. As the heavy doors closed on hi retreating figure. Shorty ' s air of jauntiness be- came less pronounced, and he slackened his s| eed considerably. His eyes lost their merry twinkle and for the moment became ery serious. " The little spit-fire! " 1 hen the humor of the situation overcame him. and he threw back his head and laughed loudly. He thrust his hands deep into his pockets, straightened up to his full height —about five fool five — and assumed a peacock strut, whistling merrily all the while. " Here ' s where Ellsworth. " and he mimicked her tone exactly. " Here ' s where Kllsworth (the dickens with that name) Armstrong enters. It ' s win — win " — and he closed his mouth hard, — " or— Holy cat. but I ' d give my eye teeth to know if that young innocent heard her. " For six weeks. Shorty, in his more dignified moments. F.llsworth Armstrong, practiced diligently, and for the first time in his rather desultory, aimless life, he was putting heart and soul into his work. " He ' d show her. He ' d beat Maclntyie. He ' d show everybody. " but e en as he said tt. he became very red at the recollection of those stinging words that had prompted this sudden determination The big meet was only three days off now. but oh. the agony of those three days! They were interminable, yet not half rnough for the work Shorty wanted to do. When he thought of Mac Inly re ' s long legs, a sort of chill closed around his heart. To have his school win was. of course, the big thing, but Shorty was young, only a Freshman, and still human enough to want to have the glory himself; besides the had said — Then Maclntyre was a Senior, and couldn ' t, simply couldn ' t want to win as much as he did. Mac was such a slow, plodding fellow never seemed to get ex- cited about anything. He Vrai doing a fine thing, working his way through school, and going r ery Saturday to the little farm, to work and help support his mother. Shorty admitted all this but — . " He knows he ' ll win. of course, but I don ' t believe he cares beans about it. " Tbus reasoned Shorty in his youthful ignorance and cruelty. It was the day at last, the great day. the only day which had been on the calendar to Maclntyre for three months. He sprang from bed with unusual alacrity. A peculiar sense of exhilaration and inexpressible joy pervaded his whole being. For the first time in four years lie failed to note, with a secret pang and tightening of his heart, the desolate bareness and «.hal bmess of the little room. It was spring, this was his day. and he was going to win the race, that race whose victory had come to mean to him the only thing worth living for. the only thing in his whole life. He was happy, exuberantly, ridiculously happy. Then abruptly, unpleasantly, that little scene that had taken place under his win- dow six weeks before, came back to him. I le heard again that angry voice, scraps of the conversation, almost forgotten, came back to tantalize him " chance to bring honor to my school — win. " He saw Eleanor Wilkins as she stood that day. six weeks before, confronting Shorty. Hp recalled her straight liltlc figure drawn to its full height, the angry glitter of her eyes. Once before he had seen Eleanor angry. Eleanor was a Freshman, and be, Maclnty e, a Senior, bul even this gulf, had not prevented him from asking her to a lecture. He would never forget, he knew, the awful, embarrassing silence, then the hard, stony expression ilia l cvrrie into li Manor ' s eyes as she haughtily said. " I .im very «m . ImiI I am riwigrd llu- evening. " E ardor had not been dampened, however, by even such t rebuff at this, and he con- tinued to worship in silence and from afar, despite the fact that more than once he had hungrily watched heT smile on Shorty, while he, Maclnlyre, passed unnotierd- As he stood there thinking, he suddenly became aware of a feeling of depression that had gradually been growing upon him. Something seemed to have entered in and was gnawing at his happiness, something intangible, indefinable, yel definite enough to disturb him. He hurried into hit clothes and started for a long walk, thinking to throw off ihb feeling. It was only half-past one when he returned from his walk and went straight to the gymnasium, a curiously drawn and set expression on his face. Already the crowd had begun to stream in, and the lickct windows were besieged by eager, pushing people who were afraid of not getting a good seat. Business men waited impa- tiently behind enthusiastic and much beribboned high school girls, craning their necks every now nd then to see if the meel had begun, and if they were missing anything. " You know Hairy Mac In tyre, do you? Of course you know him. He ' s going to w n the mile race today, " Eleanor Wilkins turned around in her seat al the sound of the high, rather queru- lous voice. She found herself looking into the careworn face of a woman of ahoul forty-five or fitly. That she was from the counlry was easily recognisable by her dress and manner. " HrV m buy. you knrm | ]i ' 3| win rascl 1 1 - f h- told me hr w,is woi-v In, and he always does what he says. Takes after his father that way. " Eleanor was too surprised, for the moment, to speak. She locked coldly at the woman behind her; then something in the pathetic droop of the hard coarsened hands, as they lay folded m her lap, in their black, cotton gloves which came only to the knuckles, touched her and she smiled kindly up into the face. " Yes. I suppose he will win, 1 ' murmured ihc girl, but her hand tightened on I he handkerchief as she said it. " Everyone expects him to win, and — and — he deserves to win, 1 ' she faltered on the last word. " Well, now, I ' m so glad you think so, I ' m going to slay right here lueside you and you ean jusl tell me everything. " Shorty sat huddled upon a bench, his short legs wiggling in the cold, a serious, intent look on his face. He saw (he crowded grandstand, the officials with their badges, but they made no impression on him. He looked up quickly once, and thought he saw the flutter of a handkerchief. A warm glow enveto|vrd hi whole body. He looked again, but he saw only a blurred mass of Faces. At die loiwh of a heavy hand on his shoulder Shorty turned around lo Jock up fata the rrd homely face of Mac In tyre. Long, lank, awkward, he towered ovct Shorty r Shorty looked slowly at the long, loose legs, at the big, ugly hand , then at the red, homely face, and h» eyes lingered unconsciously. There was a hungry, yearning look in the eyes, a strange quivering of the hard, firm mouth. " I can win I know, " Mac In tyre was saying to himself: " I can win. Wouldn ' t mother feel proud tho? She expects me to win, 1 told her I ' d win. And the fellows? I ' d make them lite me r if only for this one day. To hear them yelling and shouting my name — mine, mine — oh the joy of it! " Already the found was ringing in his ear. 1 -. He saw himself the center of an admiring throng. The lonesome, starved heart of the boy cried out for this one, ex- quisite pleasure. He demanded it as his right. ITien he looked down at the brown head so far below him. " It can ' t mean more to him — no, it can ! but the fellows would ralhfT have him win and he ' N enjoy it more, and she wants htm to win, " 1 and he smiled grimly to himself at this. He closed his mouth hard and clinched the hand that hung al his side, until the nails pressed into the flesh, and he felt the blood come. Shorty looked around just in time lo see a curious smile overspread Macfntyre ' s Face. He thought, reluctantly to himself, that he had never seen anything sweeter. " Why, Mae was almosL handsome ' Hut even as he look a panct of jealousy seized him, and he had almost a hatred for Mac In lyre. " Keels sort of sure of winning I suppose. I tvouldn ' t be so darned certain if J were he. Wouldn ' t go around with that satisfied grin, anyhow. " ShoTty knew this was unjust, but he felt too mean to care just then. " Shorty, " and Shorty felt the hand again tighten hard on his shoulder. " Shorty, you ' re going to win, old chap, and you must win — must, do you hear me? " and the voice choked the last word. Shorty looked up in surprise just as the last eal for the mile sounded. Shorty look hi place nest to Maclntyte. His legs trembled and he felt cold all over. His heart thumped until he felt sure the whole grandstand could hear it, " Wonder if she could hear it and knew what a coward he was? " He moist- ened his dry lips, gritted his leelh hard and bent over, ready to dart forward. The pistol sounded and Shorty started mechanically. A fresh breeze blew full on his hot face, and, then, for the first time, long, oh, long ago, since the first pistol sounded, he was conscious of his surroundings. He saw Maclntyre ' s Ions ahead of him and hi heart s-ank. It was on the third lap when suddenly Shorty became conscious that somebody had darted ahead of Maclntyre. He could not sec whom, but Shorty bent every muscle lo the struggle, his eyes riveted straight ahead. " They must win, they mttit ' He no longer thought of himself, his own glory, but only of hi college, of her honor. But he never could — no. he never could last all that way ' round. The blood was pounding in his head and he ached all over, lu l i few p.ui-s rmm- .-. i n 3 In- frit he would fall in a hr-ap. " Maclntyre! Maclntyre! Maclntyre! " These cries rose one after another, shouted hy hundreds of hoarse, mad voice . Once more Shorty pulled himself together, and with a wave of relief, saw Mac- lntyre ahead, his long legs flying oul behind him. Shorty thought, then, he had never m seen such a welcome sight as those long lean legs. He could drop over. now. Mac- lntyre would get there — the day would ! e saved yet and Maclntyre was a mighty good fellow anyhow. " Rah. rah, rah! Maclntyre! Long legs! Maclntyre! " The whole grand- stand had risen and they seemed to sway back and forth with excitement. " But he ' s Riving out. he ' s giving out. at the very end loo. What a shame! " They were on the last stretch, and Maclntyre was at least five yards ahead. Shorty gasped and then Maclntyre seemed to hestitate. but just for a moment — then he fell back, breathing heavily, and Shorty simply shot past him and fell over the line in a heap. On the grandstand, a brown eyed girl was finding over an old woman, whispering words of sympathy, although her eyes were glistening. " Pretty, plucky fellow, that little one. But what happened to that big fellow? He seemed to give out at the very last. Too bad. " " But he didn ' t seem at all winded when he came in. That ' s the funny part of it. " These and various other remarks floated to the ears of Maclntyre as he stood leaning against the grandstand, fairly beaming. " Doesn ' t seem much cut up about it. That ' s going too far though, to wear a grin like that. I like to see a fellow lose hard. " Maclntyre caught these words as one of the fellows, passing by. glanced at him curiously. The grin became rather grim as he looked after him. and he turned away, rather sadly, to go into the gymnasium and dress. About half an hour later, as he came out. he was seized by Shorty who took his hand and wrenched it hard in his grasp. Not a word passed between them for a full minute, while the blue and brown eyes met in a long look of eloquent understand- ing. I hen Maclntyre broke into a laugh as he looked down into the eager boyish face, into the already adoring blue eyes of Shorty, and his face softened. " Well. I guess I ' m in for it now. Look. Shorty. " and Ixjth boys turned to look at two figures approaching, the one. slim and girlish: the other, tall and angular. I he faces of both were wrinklrd in smiles. " Oh. Mr. Maclntyre, " and the girl look both the big hands in hers. " The President said you did the most sportsmanlike thing he had ever seen done. Will you let me tell you. that it was the most courageous, the most beautiful thing I ever want to see. " and as she looked into the bright face, smiling so happily down at her. a great lump rose in her throat, and she felt herself winking back the tears. The older woman stood unobtrusively by. smiling in a happy, peaceful way. as she looked at the tall boy before her. " Oh. Shorty, this is awful. What is it going to be first? A bunch of violets (and he smiled down at the girl) or your highly prized cat ' s eye, " and Shorty chuckled in pure glee. — Helen A. Wear, 12. 07 " i«rl;r ZitU " Tin- inunLinj; l:ir hunt " I ' .iiniiL in Liu- iai 1;, The nondog abi mill lingered aa tk paries; V-r in n rrassy vbI of f IJitiln Kitnlj. A UliUiS i iM ' .ul i if |hiiJi|.-, rUnk-, :1liil i:trl- Sui -,-.l to ikiinl fr.i, !i mi-lity mull i 1 11 ii -. Willi dcwnfaj ban of rt tm I ' kr A hum Of «nmt|i n tactut wlitrrlnjr thTxnuxh Iba air: Tjx.li ih»- erwii ;•, i-rml- hinii«- aliiki ' v-- . I ' jwui it lay lh » nai-rilU jal Iti ' fnn ' it U x tin rtmj;l -siirNMl, hinnliil print, Who nti- ' il hi ha ml liicU aUnt ' hi hwul. Tin- rrimil. il hin inlH l Mill silent Mt wl. An rlearly cank in? nmtanf wntpln «f i»my.-r Krom him who tt«0d hi ' fnrr tin ' nllnrK (In tin ' . ■• « uolrlmliil ! kI ..f IhshiUhhl , hn-akiujf »tay. Elevr now diy rftlUren of th uliutrniw «Mli Wbo JdfllQMP hitln-r huAAnl ihy dniipod teal Thai -rif;n) ■ -fl-i-ii r ' - rln-ir ihiv fnlil in Mu- wihi, O. jfive w niirain? ah kit hfrhrr ro T» ivk limn- lijjlir hi ' .nnn] iJim- dnnry | -iik». 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Or I ' liiditt- mm Um -plendor of hi- Emm, r Raphael (•mk-ImoI iIm- envaa with hi- u nU Ami lii! nu infant ' fait " kIiuih »wertly pare. Or Milt. »n (ward !»• bemrealj aiatk wceel That vibrato thmugti the buond ' o . iitiiverw, Or Goatkt »ji« tin- truth of human lif.- And wt it in the wu|h uf living art, — Uke »tri ' gglii g leid of bright, ptii—aut -print;. Tluit mi-k in in heaven ' ..■ it light. The rati bat sought to lmr t it In-avy l ml . And lad mmwlwri Truth ' whole. etaraaJ light. Kinre Aletlin taught firxl within the eniirt Of Chivalry " Uihl hen» t ' liarletnasne. The animnil knight and rie ' ily _■■. •. n--.| ilnme. The College ha in triuniwt tone- e ' er ealhd Tie r»«-e to mvk the ever hrrk-tiing light ; Like AiMineiniion ' lon-ln- hurtling I. right. It ever ila-ln . hich the -ignal Ititinr Of Truth fnuit height to height ami -hon- t.» nlmre When- -moke of fiftorbjl |«a ' i-- the glowing nil Of morning ' glory in the ea«t rn ky. Or mountain peak throw ij. their heaving efHt Kn.m ralkj-a mea with flodn npea the Mad, Or ! ' ••.;.. plniii- Uc » »ft nn«l gently warm ' . tith living light from -iinim-i ' - i Nnre-t -ki.-. The (Mil lege there lift high it- lower aloft. Ami in the rtn-.- n,v«, " On. let u- wi-k on For in the depth of life iinu»-n e unknown. There -hall we find forever. ' Light, more light. ' " PfaroiN • Bftr, •at COUSINS r J- ) r r 3AKlK, rem.-ml.er that I trust you to help Kthel in all way . She TV - j " ; is my baby and all I have left See that she gets along all right. lvl ' j " " ' " ' ' " ' " ■ ' ■ ' W " How queerlv auntie writes! " Marie ejaculated to herself. n Sc r??-. " Won.- «ould 1 1 1 1 r: k that l.tlicl sere .1 ImI.v. Imagine her de ,.. ' " I |w:idfi)l on me ' or anything ! " and a o % Iau«h rifled from be- tween her lip . " Marie, oh Mane! " Eth el ' s oicr interrupted her reading, and the letter fluttered to her lap. as a tall dark-haired girl rushed into the room. Through a fly- away mass of hair two eye sparkled merrily. Her lips curved into a contaxious smile, and the poise of her head defied trouble. " I am going skating, you with the pink cheeks. Don ' t you want to take care ol this until I get back? I ' his " was a small tin l x which she held in one hand. " The girls all paid their claw dues today, and so there is quite a bit of money in the box. I hate to leave it in my room while I ' m gone, because, you remember, the matron warned us against Helen, the new maid. Say. by the way. have you seen her? The girls say she looks like me. I wonder if she really does. Well. I must be off or I will miss that car. Here. I ' ll put the box in your desk-drawer. Fare- well, dear coi. " She laughed, and with a light hurried kiss she was gone. Aflcr «hc door had closed Marie quicdy went on with her reading. When she finished her mail, she found that she couldn ' t study without a book that she had lent one of her classmates. She hurried off down the hall. A» he came slowly hack about forty minutes later, she noticed wondcringly that I faint rectangle of yellow showed on the wall opposite her room. Her heart jumped convulsively; she stopped with her hand on the door-knob. ler first thought was of the money in her desk-drawer. Il was not much, and yet it was not her . " I am sure I turned my light off before I went down to see Ciertrude. Who can be in my room? " Marie asked hersrlf, as she hesitated bpfore the door. Resolutely she turned the knob and softly opened tlie door. She stopped just as she got inside. .ind .1 surprised gasp t-M aped Iier involuntarily. I line, over the drsk. bent .» tall figure in a soft loose kimona. A dark heavy braid hung down her back, which was turned to the center of the room. I he opening of the door had been so noiseless that she was not interrupted. Marie started to speak. With recognition of the black braid had come a wave of relieved feeling. It was only Ethel after all. And yet What would Ethel be doing there? She had gone skating not more than an hour before: she couldn ' t be back yet. She stood irresolutely in the doorway trying to frame in her mind a plausible explanation for her cousin ' s appearance. " Ethel, what are you doing? " The sound of the tone startled the girl landing over the desk, and she quickly reached out and turned the electric switch. Under cover of the darkness, she glided softly across the room and through the side door the door leading into Ethel ' s room. Stumbling dazedly in the dark. Marie reached the other side, and fumbled the light on again. The drawer of her desk stood open, and a glance showed that the tin box. which she had left there, was gone. Two perplexed wrinkles furrowed themselves in the gid ' s forehead, and her mouth puckered into a low whistle of wonderment. What could Ethel have wanted wilh the class-money, and how had she come back so quickly? " I will go and ask her whal ihe meaning of all ibis cin be, " she decided to her- self, and turned to follow in ihe direction lhat the girl had taken. Shv opened the door quickly, and said as she did 46: " When did nu yxl home, Eti-.i-l " jun tin- room was dark, and in ihc same state of confusion lhat it wa in when Elhel left for skating, M.uk turned hack. Tin- fx ' rjihvxfd wrinkle in hd forehead derrwiird. and her eyes widened, as h - went to her own room. Here the looked fixedly and uqser- ingly at die open drawer in her desk, It couldn ' t all be a dream, for there, before her own eye . w a the empty drawer, ' 1 am as sure as can he that ihe girl who was here was Elhel, and yet whit could she h ve been doing with ihe box, and where is she now? " She would a k Elhel to explain il. when she saw her. she decided, and made her preparations for bed. Throughout ihe ni ht. vague shadows haunted her dreams, and a bent figure lie . : .- . h Ikt rrnm ,v,-}-y r .A shrji- Oik lime I fir- hgurc straightened ilsclf lo look suddenly .iUut wilh its finger upraised, saying. " J, Elhel. am taking this money, but you will be accused of the thefl, " So familiar was the voice, and » realistic the figure, that Marie awoke with a start. The Hghl was just drifting in through a crack in the shades, and one lonv; - ! r 1 1 1 fell across die ilill open drawer with an accusing finger, " ] I accused of ihe theft? How? " she asked herself, fully awake by this lime. Suddenly it all cam lo her. The box was lefl in her caw. No one knew where it was. Ethel had gone skating, and. while she was gone, the money had disappeared. Who else but she, Marie, would be suspected? What could Elhel want with the money? Oh! -SIli- reitimtl.hered now } That very morning her cousin had complained, because she had not a new pair of skate . The money would be more that enough lo buy them. But surely. Elhel, her own cousin, would nol stoop so low as lo steal. Marie shuddered as she expressed the word lo herself. Evidence was against her though, surely. A cold perspiration stood out on her face a she unwillingly came lo the conclusion that, as far as she could see. the thief must have been Iter cousin. " f can ' t believe she look it " , ihe half wailed. Then ihe dream voice seemed lo repeat its prophecy. Could it be that Ethel had taken I he money and done every thinH " n such a way that suspicion should poinl to her? The very forming of this thought made Marie shiver, and she rose quickly to dress and hurried into ihe out-doors lo walk olf her doubt. When she relumed, she was surprised to see how lale it was. Breakfast was over, and the girls were talking in groups about the lowe? hall, waiting for the Ml to call them lo the assembly room. One glance sufficed to show Marie that some- thing unusual had occurred. The girlish faces were flushed, and iheir eyes sparkled ssitli ixcilement. A sudden hush pervaded the hall, when Marie entered, and no one spoke lo her as she trowed lo the stairway and climbed 10 her room. The girls had found out (hat the money was gone, she decided. Did they suspect her already? How would Ethel lake the ncws Wearily the girl tidied herttlf and room, and started out with Ji«r books under her arm. As she came down the stair she heard one of ihe girls say sharply, " Well, who else could have done it? Of court she did. " Marie trembled a1 ihe unsympathetic tone. In spile of (he cold slares and silence that met her approach, she advanced bravely up lo the girl and followed ihe real lo their place in the assembly hall as the bell rang, and then waited in strained silence for the matron ' s words. " Girl the matron ' s voice was low and sweet, " We need make no hidden allusions to the sad tiling thai has happened. I have decided to speak lo you it this time frankly, openly, about the disappear Ante of ihe Freshman class money. We have Miw Duniop ' s word th t she placed the bo in Miss h ' .triw.uorlh " s care when she went skating. Beyond that we know nothing save that, when Miss Dunlop went to get the money lhi» morning, she found the room empty, and the box gone. I see that Miss Farnsworlli is in the assembly now. If she can explain the disap- pearance of the money, which I feel confident she can do, wil] she please rue and do so? " A deathlike hush weighed down the whole assembly. The matron calmly looked at the girl in the back «at. Every eye was turned in her direction too. but ihe girl did not speak. Her ga e wandered from the matron about the room, until it rested on a dark head in one corner. The head was bowed slightly, hut the eyes seemed to Sash a meaning look across the room. A clearly as though she had spoken, the sad. frightened eyes seemed to say, " Don ' t speakl Don ' t! " Mane ryr btighlcned. het head raised itself a Iiltle and she looked greedy into ihe matron ' s face, as she said in a voice that trembled bul (lightly, " I have nothing 10 say. Miss Evan , " The hu h gave place to a crtnfuud flutter; subdued voices exclaimed and wondered- " Silence, young ladies V the matron commanded sharply, " Pcrhap wnal Misi Farnsworth ha to say cannot be said, here. Perhaps she knows nothing. Who the thief is must be discovered Jooner or later, and, for the sake of the reputation of ihe school, and for the protection of the girl herself. I wish lo UTge the guilty one to come to me quietly and refund the money, ihe has been punished sufficiently by this time. I am sure and. if she comes to me alone, no one shall cv«t know who it was, I will deal with her myself, " Marie secretly rejoiced at the words. Now Ethel would have a chance to redeem heTself, She glanced at Ethel across die room. And was surprised to meet a look from cold piercing eyes. Beyond a doubt there was no sign of repentence in the disdainful gaze;, only a quickly expressed denunciation. " If Any girl " , the matron went on, " knows anything about the theft, or can lei! me her ground for suspecting any one. come lo me with your story. Don ' t talk about it among die girls. That is all. Go to your classes, and remember lhat I will be in my office all morning. 1 " Marie quickly went to her awn room. 1 Ecir she tossed her books on the table, and threw heraeif dejectedly on the bed. " Will Ethel speak? Will she exhonorate Dip} " she asked herself as she lay there. She recalled ihe cold stares and silent accusation of the girls that morning. The malroa ' f. face, juTpriwd and gneved at her silence, appeared before her- " ] can ' t Stand it " , she cried aloud, " I will go to Miss Evans and lell her all I bow about it. Accused of stealing money belonging lo the Freshman class I Oh, no! I can ' t bear lo be blamed for such a petty theft, 1 tan ' l have my name linked with any such rumor f " .She jumped lo her feet, and began to crow the room. She slopped h-ilf-n ay. " Marie, remember lhat I trust you to help Ethel in all ways. " The words of her aunt " lelter flashed through her mind. She glanced at the door of ihe room lhat separated her from Ethel. " I will go to her and tell her that I know who did it, and ask her to go lo Miss Evans and explain— No— That would not help Ethel. If she is honorable hr will go herself. Oh. why doesn ' t she come to lell me that it is she who is guilty and nol 1. Doesn ' t she sw thai the girl blame me? I am not guilty 1 " ill go lo her! " She stumbled half blindly across the room, when her eye fell upon ihe picture in a silver frame on her drewiftft table. The eyes met hers squarely: the moulh ww bowed inlo a sofl sm ile which seemed lo say, " ] lo% you. Mane. We have been friends so long I ' 71 " I caul do it, Ethel! " she murmured brokenly to the picture. Her mouth ceased trembling. The wrinkle smoothed themselves from her forehead, and her eyes lost their staring brightness. Prom her parted hps a confused string of word tumbled. " No — she it my cousin — I won ' t — I can ' t. I will give her a chance to clear herself. " A» the muscles of her face relaxed, she became weak and limp all over, and she dropped into a rocking chair. Only a minule did she remain so. Her glance fell on the school books on the table; the clock struck the half-hour. Resolutely she arose, took up her books, and with a glance and a nod to the pictured face on the dressing-table, she went out to class. Miss F.vans was awakened from her troubled sleep early the next morning, by loot-step outside her door. She jumped up. and hurriedly throwing a dressing- gown over her. she went to the door to see a tall figure in a long coat hurrying down the passage with a small satchel in her hand. " Ethel Dunlop! " she exclaimed. The girl turned quickly, and her eyes burned with a frightened light under the heavy mas of her black hair. When she saw the matron in the doorway, she started and a shrill scream pierced the grey, dusky hall. Doors flew open on both sides of the hall, and kimonoed figures flitted from every di- rection. In the far corner crouched the figure. The air b ) «• ) with questions and exclamations. " Ethel! " the matron commanded. " Come here! What are ou doing here at this time ol morning dressed to go out " As the matron spoke the name " Ethel " so sharply, a frightened look gleamed in the eyes of a small girl on the edge of the anxious group; she looked steadily at a tall girl in front of her. Could it be that F.thel had not confessed, and that Miss Esans had discovered who it was? But who had screamed? At the quick command the girl in the corner started and her fingers released their hold on the bag in her hand. The catch loosened, it struck the floor, and countless small coins rolled and clattered on the hard wood. When she saw the money rolling on the floor, the girl turned quickly and straightened herself to meet the inevitable, like a stag at bay. " Helen! The Freshman (. " las money! " ejaculated the matron in one breath. I In- words sounded clearly through the silent hall. Then every tongue seemed loosed: every girl cxi Limed and wotulered at the vamr time. U nder cover of that din of many voices, two girls expressed simultaneously their relief in the longing petition " Oh. cousin, forgive me! " -Louise E. Smith. ' ?. ORGANIZATIONS I 1 i flVE OMMl I 1 11 fiixn, s. MoOowaY, rimiitnt Komi If. HrM.u:. • l d • v »» » it f I ' ARM.ixa 1 ' . WiiakioV Sirntnry I ' mii. K. V Tii« mi--on. • l n» ,r III.. II T. PlIKItlS. • • Ihhtmt, »t I ury. MaKV IIa.NMN. • It- l..„,l. nt-lMrt), QmoM A. V iniiir ItrUffmtr-mt-ltmrfe (itmiii w: ItiiKiioiT. Ummmi Dttrpatt lAioa it. Bra, n.t-.,.,t l H. J. II. I ' MWKWiHHi. I ' nuttu fh , ' .■;„ I, ' m . U V. PLMnr, ... Fmemlta tMtfmU Si ii ( ommi I I i.i AlhUlu Defatl Orator}} ic. B. Cm, ii« r i n ,„. mi k m. it. Burro, Cm W. r, H» " K | , S.II.MII Ml- l ' ll«M s I ' liUKIN W. B.BTAM |. ' WaMKX M g. QtTUSRMOR II. I M i »v ij. |». Sl«» . . W n ' lioi i ' Ki Kim. c.. m i «.t«in j. Simiii _ Mi I ' xw Mum 11 ' a Is and A mm Komi M. Bmu, Gfl. Gi mi m a Wmnu Hi 9M T fted If All ll N l i ' awiiina p. W ii aiuun N B Students M Urt II » » n . i ' ii • ;i um M i. ' v K. K. Ill KMC I W. 0 Roi Olaoth m in 1 1 man ii s Bvrrarnn uii Komi M. Sin i i . i n Ktiih. Nr. hi .1. It. tayior Ii. Ii. Ith iiakh o. i Sri i ic Carnival lln.n T. Kowti . Ch. Mim Mam Bmi »in K. W PRmwm. M v s Mod UDOa Socio • Uaol in a I . WiiAino M n |. Masom II, S Su n lirnw Mil Auditing Mana$tn M MM S ItcCcl km in " i A. S. I M Miiiwrr Ficon T. Fonts, Foothill, lflfO Fmn K. Thump, F.«»t!wll. 1101 Waiiik EL IfARBHAU, lla«k.Ml ill. 1111 1 i». It. In »inw. Itau-lmll. I!HI wmium BcnmnT, Track, ion MAMK1 s m i-i i ion. ii. Q|n Cttb, 1DI1 Hi i. ii T. VtotttA I ' oniiMil, 1011 John It TaYIM, IMn.v. 1011 Alumni Association OFFK ERS Harold H. BLAKE, 02 President John D. Jones Vkc-Prtmdert JAMES B. Speer. 08 Secretary MAUDE BURNS, ' 06 Treasurer Executive Committee Harold 1 1. Blaki.. ' 02 Joseph W. Streit. " 08 John D. Jonks. 07 Gertrude Buckhouse. " 00 James B. Speer, ' 08 King C. Garlincton. ' 07 MAUDE Burns. 06 Fannie Ma-.« y. ' 02 " MONTANA ' S FUTURE " p of Ihr Univ rtity ' «grandchildrei SI tjniversity pRESS QLUB BOARD OF DIRECTORS Officers De Witt C. Warrkn President Edith Mary Steele ruc-Prcsident Lillian Williams Secretary Members Dr. J. P. Rowe Eva Coffee Dl Witt C Warrkn Holmes Maclai Edith Steele Dudley D. Ri hards DEBATE QUESTION RfcsrtLXEMJ - ' [ " bat llic control of nnhuA resources should rest willl ihe Federal Government ralher than in ihe State. ( E-Vdcral resources im ludiiiK only fores! , minerals and waters,} TEAMS Montana Washington State College Affirmative Negative [ . C. Warren H. A. Sewell Mm i.aki. S. 15 ' . I.LC.KUH k H. M. Chambers Jll IHSKS. ] gp, 0. W, IYn kv ir-.nl4jiMT IFeifctfm r „iirr ;ijr. IIiiv, .1, t 1 . |u Bjnau i ' PNJr nti vriPAL : W. SmKi tow Lo4» WON BY MONTANA penetralia Roll of Mf.mbcrs Uimmbp kvunt UcUkhuok ;i Lbrn A. M ' Un?f KvKI.Y.N I H I I |K ISY M. I ' V v M AX AKXABKL Hop f.HLrifi:ri I ' ll -: RnnaTA r. - 1 SAirrimawAiTi Oha MAVnrm.ii Ri£)AJ E Mil " . |[ iH£HT Hihi.iy KWTH M. SMIK Mrsw Maht r;nn mil l -.SVJ I I I .Miss ai I i s j s i ki i.mi KM A M. KM I t.Nrinin Mini Mh ' .mi m u Blah i im Srurftoa Bom (MJttT RlADrOfH) M v 1 KKK Aw a Haxkl BbKEIQI Kva M, IVj ' mc Mks. O. .r. C w Hum F imi ' - ' in: in n KlMHIM ' i: Kl.lZ.MthTII fATUfl I ' umiiNci: l»: Hike Avwrr May Dkcki m Mk . Cltm A. DUXIWAt FATS BTAHS LtM ' A [■ ' . l.l.i hi a: II] H i M.tRV HoXfCJk Ft !«. • I i 1 " I H V. BTJ0TKI Uahb S. FKBWa Ai m i iii urci 1 J I AS ' r 1 1 A 1 1 ' 1 1 t ' OKA I :i i •• ' v tii r;i itrni w.imi Gji mi IffACT RAMVEH SlAkt 1 1 1, v in |t»M AW A Jn Hi rim t.M BA S JOU KtfOB kba n cm ai iWiJH ' i J l t i s ' l CKOLM ft [torn Bmix fom xxi i:uiii ii: k m 1 1 h M.u: Mi ri ' iiv - i - M- h CABINKT F ' l.OKI Ml Dl ! M Edith Steele Shirley Shunk Gertrude Crane Gladine Lewis F.DNA BrANDENBURCH Josephine Hunt Maix:k Bfatty Constant k Darrow Helenf. Boldt President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Devotional Committee Financial Committee Inter-Collegiate Committee Social Committee Bible-Study Committee Membership Committee 01 1 icers first semester Rdith St r u n. r-. President Makjokie Ross Vice-President Rose Leopold Secretary FLORENCE Leech.. Treasurer Cornelia McFaklani Critic Gertrude Whipple C Mary Hansen J " Gladys McLean Sentinel OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER FLORENCE De Ryke President Helen Weak l- ' ke- President Florence Leech Secretary ALICE Mathewson Treasurer Edith Steele Critic Gladine Lewis ) „ T ■ r «... L ensors Gladys Huffman Adelaide Stanley Sentinel so Oi l K T.RS I- IRS 1 SEMESTER MARY Hansen President M. S. BULLF.ROICK Vice-President ALICE MatHEUSON Secretary Edith Steele Treasurer OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER Alic e Mat hew son President Lansing S. Wells Vice-President John B. Tavlor Secretary Omen D. SPEER Treasurer Roi l. » Mhuhi.r Mil l mu S 1 » ill ki-K k Ol kihi M !«• ' OHM ■ Akiiii « Itiiiiior hwnM Kn.iM k. a Cahci K» s M. " o m» I m IfOBTM J. Ki MB Mary J. BUOB II i «. tt T. ItoMM M » h II SN-I s Jamih ( ' . II MM h I M lOM I H ft KlHKWlllMI ||..: u.v M t, , o Ami ft, Matiii vmhok Pm MN R T. McCaktwV «:i MM- M. 14 AN • " H vki » BL Mi i w w I ' H » :mm k L " . Vi i l»K J» M I- Row I Paw— WW A. V. ltd iimk Dl BUR I). Km hakim Owi n D. Bn • k M Ki i i ii Sikm.i John II. Tayijih PaoraawM Bon . Thqmmm IX CBflm Wah» h I.anmin., s Wi i i - Rl i Wm- CASOUNJ P. Wiiartox QOTM BJ A Win ill i 1 1 OFFICERS Harry d. Maclay President MlLTON Mason I ' ice-Praic ' cnt Peter Hansen Secretary) Lko Baker Treasurer RALPH W. SmIMI Member Executive Committee Roll of Mi situ k ItvKMI. 1. W, Hawk, M. Cast, P or. r.. P. MfTTUR W COKKOB, l». M. M k i n. II. IV Cl MM.IIAM, O. Mi K »v xx . r POMOK, • t Ml IK.NMM K • Do ax ■town, r. L. Pi urr, !•»»». I t . T. 1. Pu « . Paor. w It IIAT. C. O. Riobtks, Poor. X x DUNUKMR. 0. It. R| i:im. . S. .1 Fmnxr, P. xx 1(11 II (Ml 1 1 i ;i i. K. Sunn. PMN i M .i i una, P, K. SimI ' mi . M l» DomiAN, ii. SlMI ' KIN . K. Haxn h. P, k. Rm ah, it. IK johxbok, i: l. Sun ii. It. XV . JOHNSON, V. TlUl w». P. K. Kl t-M.. • i Tathiuami, T. Kiwrooo. .v. a. XnoMrao . Pao r. U. X Km. IC. L. Panax. B W Ki reAi . ii. ii. Bmau, xv. Um ■ v r VfcAUT, XX. D. l x. . V v. Wlllsl 111. P. MaMIIAIX, W. • ' . jHontana Ci)rmiral OFFICERS Gkorcf. T. Armitaci. President Jos. I I Vice-President I.anmm. S. i !.!. Secretary Roll of Mkmbkrs in Ml Ml iui T, i n mm.IIAM CUVftHOD " • I »ss Cak C Dm kit JUMII ' ll K. Foimivi Pi m v K. fbioav Vu h . V. Ik II ihkixm I ' KOI. J. . Hill. I lll S .1 S K-i.N i;i ■ ».» I.. Kit n HO i Ml - y v i 11 A n I SI. UHTUS III I. II S S M II ICI 1 1 X A I Usonr G. sim si i it »» i ii Bma I.s m «. S Wl l i us HAWTHORNE ( l I K KR . Millard S. Bi li.kkdk n President !a u • ( Iaim Vice-President Marrv F. Seweli Secretary Ouln !) M-j m Treasurer Arthur W. O ' Rourki Critic Roll of Mi USERS. ■ ri »r,ji V. WILLIAM A. It» NJUBR Conrad 1 1. Bo man Mil l . Men s. Bin 1 1 MM k Caal k. Cam »-« n • lit I T I " l NMM.IIAM CAM, 4 . I l Kl V I ' M I. I_ HOKVIIIAMK JAAUM II MVS Cumn s Jm k n w n M w Jon ».. Am HI ic W. 0 R01 iiki ft, W U M it Bmai l F.sKt. ! Sr»»K OWBM l . Si-MR f.K ; . i IV SH»M Hanky V. Siwiii. Km ii K. Tun mi I ii tin s. 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QAM HA T 1 1 KT A — Oo r nf 1 1 T ' nlv.rMiy GAMMA iota— Sum ' Co1l -« of Kontacfcy OaMMA KAPPA— t ' nlivnilty of Co mdo qamma uambda— University or Wlscon- pin QAM si a mi- rjttf¥«r fty " f UUnots OAM. MA Nt ' — I nKi-rHUv of Wklilirsn HAMS1A l Sl.kl. .-..n.-a- Miii.k ! Moliiilurvy (MO.) OAMMA OM1CRON— WajAlOttOS I ' nlvrr- Mlty i ' .AMMA Pi I ' nlvH ' ndly of Wt-r«t Virginia QAHMA KHO — UilvtraKy of fincnuo i! MIMA KJ111IA t.tvrjL 8t U CiSl!p(fr (IA1IJIA T AO— University or KtsoMPta iSA SI MA flWrr.O.N 1 ' iiLvcnally of Arttiin- Ul OAMSIA ( " III — t ' nlv Tnlly of SlonKiiMi OA MM A CH[— UnJv«nlty Df svjuthlnjnar GAMMA t ' Ki ByfWMUH Onlver liy DELTA ALPIIA Olno Sc1ir»ol ot April. I Science 1 1 K I .T A UKTA -lUirtmniith tViH rir PBJLTA THETA Umbu4 L Ivonlty DELTA OAMMA " ■■•i ' Htihui Onlv«r«Jty tt UlA DELTA — I ' c-tinxylvaitla atntr- Ool- DKI.TA XKTA-UVmcm SM«nrv« InL vonrtty DKLTA BPStLON OfdM)Mn« Phttfcwitl DH1 TA lOTA — WMH(n« t u- CMto«« ALUMNI CHAPTERS llirri ' .iii K h:t:ii San l ' ' run ' Mu Dattin Win Hi™ Mllvrutikw ..lis ■.. N ' Ol Wj.riMitKiDn i ' l ' lMinl.u ' Mil 1 St. I puI b N-w V -rk I ' lty I iur. ii|ii.rl TolfJo Pwrt i I ' ll i .1 N ' lLHllVllli- ll.lt " ! It " IL. BfHtM Dettoll SIGMA CHI Bcla Delta Chapter EiUbtiAed ScplcmUfr. 1906 Ffaittt in Facilitate Fratrts in Uth D« J a. BJUCAUX W . O. DM ■kisnms 3m w. Bntn ifHJWJH T. Kml... m tlcmii m. Pmraon Jftns D. Jkwrn) M, Ki. i QARUHamM Bues Cjuu E»wa q Bfnoara i ' GXUttTJ. ftKlKMAJB (HtlfM. BOTUM K. Til AYf ' E EfapMfAID Frairei in Univtnitatc 1911 WAITm C. JlAltHIIAIJ, ROMM W. WU.IJ 19 4 iuhji.ii w. Mumu- WM. M. IfBrrrxs U _ JI WaVMR JOBHBOK T. .M£-rAHTIIT I I M Y [U MUM. PAOI, I.. 1kfrt.MI1 Sf« Sat s. Lrmit, -Th, 8. Wai tm Smau t ' w-.H M. WinCim I " etch. ROWAK HIT ACTIVE CHAPTERS MKT A -Pniv-raHy or Wooafer «;amma omo wmttrma kps i i.ox - ;.»Mio- Washington Pnivcrait SSKTA — Washington nn.l I,c« Pnlwrsltv KTA Inlwrslt) -f Mississippi THKTA- -Pennsylvania Collage K .M I A Ko.kn.ii follm I.AMIM ' A Mullana I ' nlv.rslty Ml— Denlaon I ' nlv.THlly XI — In Pauw Pnlvcrslty 0. Mifito.v -i ngtn«o« college Rlfo— flutter College PHI — l fayctte College rill- -Hanover College PHI — Pnlverslty of Virginia iMK :. S..ttlivri Ni,.in t ' nlv. ralt A I.I ' M A ALPHA- Hnhart Cr ALPHA MKT A Pnlverslty of California ALPHA (SAM MA — Ohio State Pnlverslty ALPHA KPHII.oN PnHcralty of Xehraskn ALPHA ZKTA— Ihloit College I KLTA CBI — W a hush Pnlverslty zkta phi Pnlverslty -f Cfaakuatd Til KTA TIIKTA— I ' nlveraHy of Michigan 1. AM lll»A I.AMltl ' A State I ' nlv-ralty of Kentucky ML ' MP— West Virginia Pnlversli XI XI— Pnlverslty of Ml— Wall TAP TAP — Washington Pnlverslty ALPHA TITUTA MMHitinwUl Institute " f T ' -rhiHtlncy PHI PHI — Pnlverslty of Pennsylvania alpha kta- Pnlverslty »f l«wa AI.I ' M loTA Illinois Wesleyan ALPHA LAMMHA- Pnlverslty .if Wiscon- sin ALPHA XI ' Pnlverslty of Tenaa ALPHA XI— Pnlveralty of Kan mm. U.I ' HA OMICHOM Tiilane I ' nlv.rslty ALPHA PI — Albion College alpha Kin Utaisk Dntvtntey ALPHA SKSMA — Pnlverslty of Minnesota ALPHA I ' PSI I.OX— Pnlveralty of Southern California alpha PtO — Oemall Pnlverslty ALPHA I ' lll Pennsylvania Htate College alpha l-Sl VmOmMM Pnlveralty ALPHA OMKHA Lelan.l Stanford. Jr.. Pnlveralty It KTA (JAM M A — -4 ' n|i initio College IIKTA HKLTA— Pnlveralty of M on Una HhTA KIWILoX — Pnlveralty of Plah IIKTA P»TA— I ' nlvresliy of Oregon MKT A ZKTA I ' nlv.rslty »f North Dakota I I T A KTA— Case School of Applied BetattM MKT A TH KTA — Pnlverally of Plttahurg HKLTA I ' KLTA Purdue Pnlverslty BTA ZKTA — Central Pnlverslty of Ken- lucky KTA KTA — Pmrtinvulh KAPPA KAPPA -Pnlverslty nf Illinois ItHo RHO PnlTWMy " f Maine KD Nl ' Pnlveralty of Columbia QMJCRON OMJCRON -University «t Chi- cago PPSILoN VWtVOM I ' nlv.TKlty of Waah- Ingtnn PS I PHI -Myracuae Pnlverslty oMROA i iMKOA — Pnlverally of ArkanMa ALUMNI CHAPTERS Atlanta. Oeorgia Ilattlmorc. Muni Mi ' Hton. Mii -«iii li Hloomlngton. llHaOtl Charleston. Went V Chicago. Illinois Cincinnati, ohl.. Cleveland. Ohio Columhua. Ohio Maytnn. Ohio I »»■!. V .• I ' ImI ll.l.i Hetrolt. Michigan Dulnth, Minnesota Danville Mllnnla Hamilton, Ohio Us " oniln n 1 " Mis. 100 IOTA NU (Organized January. 1 90ft) f-faitn in Uibe Fraten in Univcniiatc 1912 ii,, b nam Waikm C, McKa? 1913 LbBudh W. Bkaiq ItlCUAU J.. JtUlJOWS .r.niv it r.o]..i! Kraircra 0 UcDomau WiittKH Tim. UK Edmund iAnui win Cam. 0. Die mar iii r,n a. ti. , Vrcrtn JonnwHi 1 1 1 MU SIGMA EPSILON (K.H«iiw«-rirm. 3 mi A) Organized 1909 COLORS D r p Blue .nd Gold FraUfs m Urht Fraten In Unhwstlak t9if JI-HIKt JJ. JlMI.AV I ' HMHI, J|. II ItAIJNI V, mi Kbmist U " , Km:tn:u. Mii.mis M, ItUOtl Fro k Titiime I Vim K. IIaxkek JtiHr.u. It Ht ». si: VUCltUSB L. J«hi wiv Ak A, LfXMMa HUWABO Nl.Ml KI N PAN HELLENIC COUNCII , i WOMEN ' S.! OFFICERS MARJOftlE Ross President Edith Steele Secretary Members Kaftpit Kttp-pit t. ' .-iw. ' .-iw Uabjobu I; ' CamuNa I ' . ' n rmx Kappa Alpha Theta GttCTVBM A. W ii fAlXtAH VrlLLUUM Sigma Tau Gamma 111 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Beta Phi Chapter KiUblished March. I ) ) Sorofcs in Urbc ISAM. KOftAJI Mii« J. Imw.i ARAN I! " " " M Am. a km l.i v Bran VTfUClMM HUSH Wiiitakir Mr liniM.i Wu-u. . Wiiitakkr Sorores in Unifcrutatc 19U m arjiikii i.. Boag An i ' . Loot Marv J. Ki.wm M. Am m HcGHMM Y.w M. n»ir»». 19 1 2 Um m B McO i 9 J Ql UNOfl tMWtk Mini 117 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA IWU °t .Wonmovth. III.. 1870 CHAP I ER ROLL fill — Hoaton I nlvi-riOty BIOTA BP81LOK— Buind rmv.-r»u HKTA SM1MA A !. I|.M « ' . 1 |.-K - PHI— Cornell IV.ll« ' «r MKT A T A I " — Sy ra. ' iiw lnlv.r«llv HKTA AM ' HA l ' nlM r»lli .,f Piatt ) I hkta IOTA— 8wathmor« C OAMMA KIIO All.-Khony CoOHf HKTA rraiUiN— Went Virginia Inl- LAMBDA — Bocatal Colkc HKTA I ! AM MA V....«fr liilv.t-.Hv HKTA NT— ol lo Mtato Pnlrarally HKTA I KI.TA- — t ' nlvrralty of Ml.-hlitun XI — V.lrUn Coll— ■ KAPHA llllladalr ••..llcic,. HKI.TA— llxllnna Htuli- riiivrrwily HKTA PI— Pnlverally of Waatilnctoii H«TA In p.mw I iiH.i.ily IfU — Batter foiirxr KTA— I ' nlvrralty of Wlnronnln HKTA LAMBDA— tfalvaratty off niinoi UPBILOW — Worth s w Pnlverally BP8I LON — ini ota Wotioyaa Unlvoralty CHI t ulv.r»itv uf Mlnneaoln HKTA ZKTA -I own Xtntr- I ' nlveralty Til KTA — Mlaaourl Sim.. I nlvaralty SH3MA -NVbnaaka Htutr Piilvrally OMIHlfti Ifinall ftOtt rtils.-n.lt HKTA Ml " CaJendO Hint.- I ill v. rnlt y HKTA XI— Texaa 8tat» UnhrONttf HKTA OMICBOM— TalMM Pnlverally PI— Pnlverally of California HKTA KTA — l lan.l Htanfor I Ualvcmtt) HKTA PI — Pnlverally of Waahlnxton HKTA PHI — Pnlverally of Mojito— ALUMNAE CHAPTERS ItKllllllillM.il! Iowa I ' liy KAPPA ALPHA THETA Alpha Nu Chapter llitablishfd July. 1909 JIhk, WANK!! WlMfW Ml . J. P. K«Ui: Sororcs in Ufhc Mlot Jam» H ixm;h 111 . » " v Seworei in Faculaic Euhmk KwwrjDi Sororcj in UmVoifa c W i nnnNi i SL r.vTMx r«iA C Burnt U. beoiu u«M«tfA i; GfcAwra a. m. «.i FlJiUKSfE li. A KKIM. I.nmv WlUUIAUB Gnmun a. trinmi fit Kmn 1913 Ci.Aiivs J. V t ROE Ijohhk K. Swim 1914 121 KAPPA ALPHA THETA Founded at DePonu ' Unhttrsitg, IB7Q CHAPTER ROLL ALPHA — DtPau m tTnlWHJty IlKTA — Indiana JttnN ' 0alv Hr ltr OAMMA— ButUr Oolitic t»KLTA l " nlvfr»lty of MllnnlH, HPS I LON — WOO lW I ' nl vtT»1 1 y KTA t l,i.,, .Mil, ..I Ml, I,U-:l E , IOTA -Cw «ll Tills-, i lr KArPA— Kinnnai. State L ' nlv iwlty LAMBDA [ftiffWvltl of i„.. ni J,ll r --AII, ' uli- ' iiv Colltffe PI— All-d.H Cdl W I an i CMl .-i lty ..f N ' rbruDkM ALPHA THKTA— CftlV f ffl «f TV-mis ALPHA ZBTA— Barnftrt Co4t«gti ALPHA IOTA— Wauli IrtfcHm 1 ' nlvon.lly ALPHA KAPPA — AiMpli I KKIAIA— t ' nlwrnlty of Toronto- TAI r — Kurtlm-fKlcni UnlVWUlty l ' P i ' llJ N ' — I ' nU-iTHlty of Mlnntwrtn I ' Ftr— Ulud Stanford, Jr.. Unlveralt? ■•- ' J J I Kynn ' imi- I ' nlvcrjHty P8I— Unlwrtlty of wi ron»La ■ ►MIMA fn1v,-rj(lty rl f ' Alirornl ALPHA HKTA — Sn art hmon ' I ' dII - ALPHA OAMMAr-Ofcto State tlnlveraUy AI.E ' H HKI.TA -Wi i- K ,- ..i Baltimore ALPHA SPSrLOM— limvrn Dalvonlty ALPHA KTA— Vmnl. rMlt rnJi-.-rnlty ALPHA LAtfHDA— Vfl|y mlty uf wh»i, ALPHA Ml ' 1-nlvi-rnHy c,t KMtWVl ALPHA Nl ' — rnlvt-rnlty cf MtmtaTui ALPHA xi OreatM) SUU rnivtralty ALPHA OMJCRON t ' liivr mlly of € Kla- ALUMNAE CHAPTERS Orveiiiml J ' l . It-..|- I|.!.l i CWUtttM P1tt»bnr DMVW S.il: l-i.i:,- On nkntf !• H .aiiii» h,,!,:i,::,[,.,llH Mynlcuxe Km -:i- ■ " il v St. Lull I M Loa ArufHvn " I ' ..] -vi SIGMA TAU GAMMA (Local) (Organized JvptcmrxT. 1008) l y aifoneues Mif . Tviib It. Tiiiiui m». Mm . Wil l mm P. IUh»k Mm. Jon |f, Ri n» Sororcs in Urbe Sororo rn Untvenitale 1911 Mart gimii Rnu 9 2 liKnil ' M: • ' . M«Tam km Mm H S. JomMM Dui a VTbri QLAStl U IImimw Ki« ' MN« M Mahiiw- MAMS K. BBATTT An. i mi- i Siwit Id x-.ll If, Win I 125 Winners s:. " M " 19 10 Track Football W. E. Ryan. Captain G. D. Little 1.. 1 It .iih H. I). Maclay F. Buck W. A. Bennett H. D Maclay M. D. Simpson C F. Domon E. K. Frf .de LL E. A. WlNSTANLF.Y E. SlMPKINS A. W. ORourke D. M. Conner C Cameron W. E. Ryan M. S. BULLERDICK L B. Beard P. L. DoRNBl.A7.ER E. A. WlNSTANLEY E. DSSCHAMM C. Dm C. F. Dobson F. Thieme F. Glfason roo 1910 Football Team VARSITY 1 1. D. Ma. LA) Captain Hucn T. Korbis Manager H. D. Ma lav. Captain L. T. Geo. D. Little L E. Wm A. h SVMI .. C. Martin Simpson L. C. Dan M. Conner C. Ernest W. Fmumell C. Eowakd SmPKlNJ R. C. Frank E. Gleason K. C. W. E. Ryan R. T. I .e Baron W. Bi akd R. .. Edu. A. Winstanley Q.B. Clifford O. Day L. H. B. 1 I II HI) I)l MAMI ' S R. 11. li. Cecil F. Dobson R. 11. li. Fred E. Tmeme LH.B. Pall Dornblasf.r F. B. SUBSTITUTES Wakio n E. I nil mi George Klebe S 1 1 i i ii.n J. Reardon G. H. WEISEL Coach Doctor Wakki.n Coach A. F. Bl.sHOP Trainer Record of Games 1910 7. M. S S M • l M 8 At Ibra-iiiiiti Ml ii. 21. If. A C. ..( M " At 2. 1 . A r. of M :: At A. OooxAga 17 ..f M A At S|«.k.in ' 13, M. S S M . .,( II a ai Batta M, M. A. C. it r. ..r M l i — ..utii OHH— tw V«r«it REVIEW of THE SEASON The football season tif 1910 was one oi Un- m»| successful thai die University »f Montana ha had in several year , if not since the beginning of the institution, Willi the exception of Bishop, ftlner, Johnson and Stoddard, all of the squad ol 1909 were bad and out in log . At the beginning ol the season twenty-five men answered ihc call for practice. The new material proved to be worthy opponent Jot the old men and but feu- were al aEI sure of maintaining their positions. The men showed up for practice belter lhan in previous years, il being possible to have two teams on the held al practice, nidi a great deal of scrimmage as a result. Every man worked hard, not only for his individual place bul lor ihe Ktmd of die team. Willi Physical Director " Bob " Gary and Doctor Warren to coach, the leam was given a good start; and George VVeisi-l. who did the coaching during ihe falter I uit I ol I lit- -■..-■.il. shipped at in Inn i hi. i In i nl winning ni.iehirie. among the besl Montana has ever turned out. Dunng the wason there were six games played. The first game was played in Missoula with the School of Mines. ft w; k a very decided victory for the Varsity, The second game was in Bo ema» a gainst the State Aggies and rwulted in a nothing to nothing score. The third wan in Missoula with the Utah Aericultural College team and was won after hard struggle by the " Aggie . " The fourth conlwl was with Conjraga College. It was played in Spokane and was a decided victory for Gonnaga. This was the hardest fall which the team had during the whole season. The Efth was played in Butte with the School of Mines and resulted in a victory for ihe Varsity. One of the notable thing about this game WM the fact that it was the first time in eleven years that the Varsily had scored a vktoiy over the School nf Mines on iheir home field. The sixlh and last game was played in MiswuU Witt I be State Agricultural College and ended in a decisive victory for the Varsily thus winning the Championship of the stale for the University of Montana as no state school was even able to score on them. It is a notable fact that the University was great I crippled in th first, second, and I our lb games due to players being injured and to the faculty ruling as to eligibility on account of seholarship; also that the team was successful in getting five of its playen placed on tlx- All-Montana team. These men were Dornhkser, Conner, Lillle, Ryan and Winstanley, The prospect for the 191 I team are wry bright although Ryan. Little, Simpson, Cleason, Bennett and Maclay will not be on the team, as they will have been gradu- ated, bul with Winstankv I ' m explain »nd ihe new material to take ihese men ' s places we should have and must have another championship team. If, D. MACLAY, T I. Captain, THv JG li2 St nt,it ti All-Montana Teams McINTOSH L. K.. Uttle It. G„ Cldch i:. i " , Rjna R, mm L II. DvMlBf . It., CoUIt) II.. WiiiUflnU ' V U. II.. I nnihll» r K. riill»rt«n M B s M M. A. 0. 17. t II. 1 ,»f M M ttt ' . l[ « li it i; ri.Hivi.iv. It. T.. It «n It. K, Kls-nus • I. I; . V. n.si ml. L. II., DrujF- |- ft., I imhlltlOT It. II., Collertoe 0 Maclav — " Mac " as he » called by the squad, and " Slim " as he is elsewhere known, has played three years on the team. " Mac " was captain of the I ) 10 C hampionship team and he sure was a Rood one. He plays left tackle and lias been one of the best players in the line that Mon- tana has had for a number of years. We are sorry to lose him. as he will be graduated this year. ILK " Gillie " has played two years at end and has Ix-en one of the best ends Montana has ever had. He is a wi ard at receiving llie forward pass and is a wonder at bunting. In the lal line, be is likewise a wonder. Bf.NNK ' l I " Oh. you Bill. " How many times he heard the yell from the bleachers. There ' s one bad thing about Hill, lie ' s graduating too soon, for he ' s a good man and we have to lose him. Bill tried Bozcman first, but he couldn ' t make a farmer if he had to. so decided he needed some KcononiK and amr to the varsity. He spends his spare time writing " Lit " and " Sociology " papers, always behind the stacks, and managing the 1911 track team. CoNNKR — This was Dan ' s second year on the team. Last year he played guard, this year he switched to center and showed his good taste, handling that position in a most delightful manner. It is sufficient to say. he was given the position of All Montana ( " enter by Coach Cary. Nod JT«ai he will be lietter. as he will have had one year ' s experience at center to his credit. Dan also has other " hobbies " , is Junior prex. and in social lines is certainly there, taking for his standard. " Don ' t dissipate your energy. " £1 Fkf.dell — Lilt some other of the fellows, this is ' FriddleY " flirt ve.ir .:.n I he l. ' .un Alt ' ' ..ui!ii ,i h. ' tli- Ljvl.t. |v pl.ivd a good game. " Friddte " is a Junior, which mean he is a 1912 mi i. showing again the go°d sent he inherits Ironi I Ik- engineers. He has one more year al wriool. and we hope to sec him make another " M " (his fall. Simpmns — " Kail lo the freshman. " " l " hi? is " SimpyV first year on ihe team a well a his first year in school. ] lr believe in taking up both at the same lime, which shows i h.iil i v.-n hirshnun tan Ihk. m- -.m-II. ' [ In- be i m- cm , say is. " When he hit hit man. he hil him hard. " Here ' s 0 hojiiiiH; lh«t " Simp) " will be back next year. There plenty of room waiting for him. I BftMl GLtASOM — Gleason is a Senior hut thin ]S tin Ikm yr.., r on the learn, which prove I he old atW ibll wr improve wilh I V age. A a guard Gleason was a good one, knew where 1 W hf wa wa,, l ,c J- an( WJ generally there. His other J W H| recreations take the form of Engineer " labs " , although 1 occasionally take a week or? to recuperate now And i(— lh ' :i. Th» is also his first year in the o ial line, but he ' s buddinst. Ryan — " Husky " , our friend from Tclon, has played four years Or) the learn and has played brilliant hall from start to finish. " Rin " as he is socially known, has fin- ished alhleliei much to the sorrow of the track and foot- ball fans. He plays all around his opponent al[ the Lime. " Rin " is as good at track, and al basketball as he is al football, and hi few spare moments are spenl as GrofojiV shark, and also in running the 1911 claM. 7Vrr. C)t2 ,S BfcARD — " Bud " has played two year On the team, but this n his first year At end. He found hit- place- there, and « good mate for " Giltle. " " Bud " is only a Sopho- more, and has two more year at the Varsity, but we knaw ho he ' ll «jiend ihem, Here ' s 1o seeing his brighl and smiling face this fall. WlNSTANLEY — " Windy " stands for lot! of thins . But the important thing here is, j| ttands for one of the best quarters Montana ever had, He ' s fast, he ' s in the game every minute, and knows how to gain ground for the team. He is captain-elect, which means he will play this fall. a lid undoubtedly in his old position, as he made the All Montana learn as quarter this last season. " ' Windy 1 " takes up his spare time in Oology, and in singing m» the glee club. Is he a lady ' s man) Well. We all know where he slan U, Doflson " Dobby " saw his first year At football this last season. Besides being one of the fastest men in the team, he ' » Undoubtedly the lightest, if not ihe lighted, man in the state playing college football. But there ' s one sure thing, he certainly play.-d good football. Has hp other " hobbies " , yes, he ' s presy for the Sophs, and he also runs in track. And then, we might class him as a ladv ' s in.Lii. I ml ti{ lhi we ;ue not uu-. Of SfirAMPt.S " |-renchy " is always laughing, even in a game. He is (he fastest man on his feet in the team, which is going some. Like other famous freshman he went to iftork. and made his place with r» owing to his good practice at prep school, " Shorty " is another name, and it is just as good for him. When he has parc lime, he plays more football. That is his one specially, unless another is farming. He left us between semesters, but we hopr bell be with us this fall. We need him. Day — " Curly " ' first year at the varsity and on the tram. A good record for a freshman. He only played part of the season, but made up fur lost time when he once started. I le has three more years to help (he team, and he ' ll be there. Here ' s hoping he will make good use of them. K. THICME — " Fred " is a good old Dutch name. It also stands for a mighty good football man. He made his lelt?r for the first time this year He is a good. hard, conscientious worker and plays the gamr for all its worth. I le " s also an engineer, and I wonder if there ' s any con- nection. He has one more year in school and the sqjad will be glad lo see him this fall. " Fred " is quite a lady ' s man. but takes his work in srrirs. which mean he fusses in the spring time. Do; NBl-AZKR — " Well look at thai cheery smile, and ask who it is. " tilling countenance, that That face and grin r famous. It belongs to " Dorn. " or " Bill . " or " Baron. " which all stand for the same thing, one of the best men on defense Montana ever boasted. He tackles hard, runs low and above all. it the cleanest player ever seen. " Blit " is also a lady ' s man ImjI that never interfere with football. And he ha» three year ' s more. SiMPSON — This is " Simp ' s " second year on a Montana team. Both years he has played guard and has played his posi- tion well. Takes an engineer to do a thing right, that is. according to the engineers and they are mostly right. " Simp " is a Senior which means we lose a good man. Il will be hard to fil l his plare this fall. BASK Eft " B ALL 1911 Interdass Basketball Managf.ks. Arthur Bishop K.D. A- WrNSTAM.I Y Waltf.r Marshall Harold Bkrrv junior Manager . x . i ip i u |.-, 1 1- .W nu.i?! ■ f mAnrcin , f onager I I AM . IJtlUlri Ft If . I i n I H mi i. r.iv | u RATirasip DtRRMORE A. A. KflKWOM) ILutYi v Sfh i | L KkNcrr Fuse i. ' ■ l » ' Un Bakj it 1 l ' i i ii A HI 1 1 1 it 0 " Roi uci Pued Tirnua Milton Uam n WAl 1 1 it M UMIIAI I . Okfrti CtCIIi Domoji n ' Anoen Thbo I1CTM IlAJRjMH fttwont Wins Vll I ' HI Jill I --li I ' Mjin k it Caw ttv EIabou Bern Wathi .i ' ' 1 1 n - 1 JiWHMf Mi I in OAI, lag REVIEW OF THE BASKETBALL SEASON |||||( ' X)N aflcr the football se.isoh had i losed, the candidates for the J baiketbtll li ' .nn wctc called out bul ihcre was not a quick response owing to ihe fad thai mmy of the basketball men had played foot- J ball and it was thought best lo give I hern a r«| r Al the b«gknnMlg J of ■ he year, after the Christmas holidays were ended, morn- men came «m nut and in order lo encourage trie po?i I he A, 5. U. M. offered a [ li 1 1 lii lir ' m the class winning the highest number of games in an iiitt-fil.i M-ncs- A sdn-tluli- w.ls dr.Lllr !, .kikd .ilioul Ithrly nwn were conlmuously active in basketball throughout I he hm hi m i-iwnv ihu ii l i iH-hl from (hr iiidunu jnjrt. The- Si-lliors WiMH lhrHj:iwJi sr.nfjll Uillirtut losing ,l wiglr jr,km ' and lhi« W .k .1 htlihy close for the men who are lo play no more in college alhfelwa. Tbr Sophomores re- riVrd M-cond Imrio by winning lhrr ' il tin- m ywmr played. I hi- 3 ' n- brii,ni urn ' placed lhird, losing four games and winning two, while thr Junior Imfeiti ' d games by ikA beinR able lo play the entire number scheduled for Ihem. J :■• i : there is good material in the University lo form the nucleus of a stTonji VaTsily team next season 141 1 1-. ' THE SQUAU K. IX AlrI»HVHJp, rn[i(uitl IMftHK Mk ' l ' AK( II Y jAutu bkwi joswh i i « 1 1 Gam caw ton wru ■ O ' ltoi |j.|t. feoX IH:AkH WAtil l h |i MM l; Oara OosraikoiiA ! Pctaa EtottjJ 1 ' AKI, DlOKKV tln.ll SirnminiAl Itn iia» V »i S?m»r IVmv Kkiirtr W Air hi BaiAl.1 I ' m r;i iti iix Uaijmi Bun is Q wan Jaiin Tayto l KTM lliNs WaiUM TQIEUI Vhtoh JanKmHn l -iv. Wkuji A arm « I.imh.n lM«t»t Wl 1 1 - Review of the Season The yea 1910 ushered in Ows Country at the University as a new addition io sporH, a thoroughly organized learn practising faithfully throughout ihe Karon. " I he U mt w,,:, . , L-.iiuv.-d liv lWU-f... Dim t ' H t .irv r.Lrly in I hi- l.ill. I ' VilJn tin- W ' i} nature of the sport it if very exacting in lb demand upon the participant , and has conn tU-d with il bul few pfr. Ki .diir iniiilrnU. K .iidh-v. nl lns f.i-1 l!n- |j.id »U larjte and the men entered inlo ihe work with the proper spirit. Every man made u icdn.ibir I.h ' .mii-. ' , ,iikI ii i.nli. .nion .me .it .ill trli.ildc, :!k- I 9 I I n.n k t -.im will be as o; d if not superior to ajiy in ihe stale. After several week of st -,idy »rk the CrOrt country squad broke into the lim: light. The first " hare and hounds " race covered a distance of about nve mile and was easily won by Hrown ' 14; I ' m- m-huh! i.k-c v.i hhh (a Mi-n«na!d ' I 1. .Mid cohered a distance of about eight miles. Other races were planned but bad weather interfered and ihe season closed on December first. Now that the tporl has started, next year will see another live squad with hopes of intercollegiate corrupts. The season of 1910 K avr cross country t splendid start. k. D. Mt DON.-M .1}. " I i. Captain. ] i:j The 1910 Track Team THE sgi!At HfTrfiAflT B. it i iJuauncM I ' ABI, B. Casckmhi Uoiiei N I II ' I " i TH II. K. DfNBBOM Results of 1 9 1 0 Triangular Meet U ytfrd kunlk - (i) R M, vi. ft 8. M. : (2) Amnii, M. A- GM (S) M«EV i. in- 1. M S S Ti IT. U ynnl ilixli l 1 f f««il. VI. A. ' . : 1 ' J Win l nnk.v, I ' , .ir VI.. »rii LMtaUI. I - of C. TIbms 1 " . KO-yari r.m-rn mw, U. ..t M.; n h i frtuMwa, St A. t9) TtW I " . of NL Cine. 3KB 2 MiU I i Hull-Mi- k. I . ..r M . I ' Jk l l-irk. Si A ' . : lilt I . Iff VI. Ti M8 2 5 £Srt-ynr«l hunlli- (IV H M. M. B. 8. SI : Ann in. UL A. l . t»l JkHI rraay, VI. M. 8. II. Tint . ' J 7 S4 , -_ JI mr.l dub Ml I ' .mjI, SI. A. ( ' .: I I?, Of II. : i-it Wm mtly. r. ,f vt. TiriM-. i£( -t-rv, ii-M-nH diwk in (21 tie, Itu.k. IT, ..t VI.. tad Pool, M. A, (ft I r nun-run. I - ' i M. Tim--, 53 :v-V iwji.ih- r n HnlU-nli.- . v. »f ■ ; I ' -Jl " ' It ' o ( ) titte , tf. A. O. Time, n :?-:., rryi np m . imin, vr. a. (2V Itjwn, r. ..i " m.j i-» Rm f , u, A. r. Ikvinht. " p fn ' i. n , Swim llri.inl juriM- ' tl ISiwk. I . .if H. : I - 1 Ilral-PN . 51. A. : fj») MH ' ikpI, M. fi. S. VI. DmllHHT. HI t-i ' l li in- -in-. r„j,- yvM li [tt«t»«, V, -r SI.; (21 -Mi- M. S. VI.: Umn, r ..r M. Ffrtjcht. 10 ft , 0 S» Ik Khnt r . il H " Aimii., SI. A. h ' .: 1 p M«.-Ijiv. I. r VI.: I -■ I lly.w, U. M. iiawunn- Eiimw— ill Uviin, r. o if.: MjmIh.v. r. «f vi. :i Ttyfor. vi. A. C Tli taiH.« Ch-H. l " 1 ladS ihm-ip- tup.. - ii via.uiv. r. vi.. i2j jiNv.i.NN. vi. a. o.i at Kjaa, U. of VI, hlHtWM» f t, 7- bdMA Jftlik-« Ampin, «rf III- Aari.MP.Unni I Co4lW IMUO, W« lfc» WIWthM! ekanploVHfehN vi »e Ib llw t r«l ' »f I- " tH.pm-. wliilr liix M-liiMl-iiuiti ' . IVmjI, wp HhTMrtHl With 1 I jK.illl " . I jr. REVIEW OF THE 1910 TRACK SEASON I IM the frit call for candidal for ihe track learn last season trie prospects did not look very bright. Only about thirty men re- ported and of these few had had any experience on (he path. The s-eason was begun (at? and the varsity had no coach, only the fight- ing spirit of Captain Ryan. However, with the a»islance ol Robert Cary h ex Of). AlUton Dsn , Assistant Professor of Engj- nerring, and Carl Woodward, of the local forestry bureau, all of whom magnanimously gave iheir lime and experience lo the new M|uad. ihe bunch of green male-rial began to a umc the form of a possible Iraek team. During the season Mr. Dana and Mr. Woodward ran with the distance men and thev soon began to know of the strain thai was expected of them. The distance jojuad ran altogether for the early pari of (he season and later on ihe men were grouped in long and middle dislaJKC squads. Much credit mb l Ik- g« en ihe men for ihe manner in which they worked and came oul in all weather conditions, and when the ItiNt i he spruw v ' .hih , i .him-, the- co hc-s dud cjpliiin realised that ihe varsity would have a team lo give ihe Aggies and Miner a close meet. Every eirort was made lo store a viclory over their opponent in ihe triangular inert held just before ihe annual inlcrscholastrc roeel of the High School . When llw llti.tJ I. -I cimr ihe U| jK rt..-tJ. l 1 1 n- t ' rijipi-r .ud did Wrrt- rn.nlr lliipjiy by llir di-u i e sn-r:.- by wj.jih iln- uon lh - tn.miiul.ir. I lie x.iMily won moro- iioints lli.m both the College and Mines together, the store being Varsity 65. College 45 and Mine 1 6. The beginning of a poor season ended so ftKCCMfulfy that every one wai filled with hope for the nexl year when ihe Uiavenrty expected to extend her policy and cnler now fields. w University of Montana Track Records EvtNT Holder Rtcoup Season 100 yard dash R. H. Cary 10 tec. 1906 220 yard dash R. H. Cary 22 3-5 •« 1906 440 yard dash Leo Greenouch 51 3-5 » c. 1906 880 yard dash W. H. Maloney 2 min. 7 tec. 1908 1 milr run V. H. Maloney 4 mm. 45 3-5 s c. 1908 2 mile run M. S. Bl.xlf.rdk k 10 mm. 42 sec. 1908 1 20 yd. high hurdlrs R. 1. Cary 16 2-5 mc 1906 220 yd. low hurdlrs Joe MAH OMM)N 25 3 5 k«. 1908 High jump A. H. Toole 5 ft.. 6 3 4 in. 1906 Broad jump Jof. Malcomson 21 ft. 1908 Polf vault Roy McPHAIL II ft.. 1 1-2 in. 1906 Sho4 put Paul Greenouch 37 ft.. 8 in. 1904 ImHM throw Emmett Ryan 1 19 ft.. 10 1-2 in. 1910 Discus tRNFsr Patterson 107 ft.. 9 in. 1907 Ml 77f ij 12 AontitMi IHT E RSCHOL AST I C Seventh Annual Interscholastic Meet Mului Field, Mmf 1 1 , 12. 13. 1910 Won by Gallatin County Hi h School RESULTS OF THE MEET Haiti Vi-i I.. H. riv;,. SUMMARY OF THE MEET Jtxtfr Rnwu, (hwtfte Goutta [ttdtvMMl Gfc«n|ifao. 15 {wlltt . IMny Vat ; tiranili . fii»i : Hato , tflcoad; HhUhwI, tM 4; tVirk. fourth. ia» IlitU Hmdk : hnmnii, U»n : I ' tr l ; Wnllrrv, ll-Mi . .™inl ; Sui ' kolK IdiHr. lliirrl. Tint " ' , 17 W femnnrl . fit}-? ] I.fenh: llmnB t?n»lt i-.Kiiiiv. firvt i Mbf inllmiii. Meqad; N«u I ' nrlt. Lliinl. Ti-iM ' . li hiiinul . Hub: lli.i — r. Auih whIii. Iir l ; Knrrvu . Hi Millie . »v.. n. I ; .loll» , Cnitiil " . I iinl. Trim-. ' . ' I " 8 mi-iikI-. Unlf-mik Ran: MnttrMM. IWril. ttr i : With " . IIH.-nu. ..ml : si|,|,l,-. ItnHr, lhit l. Tiiih ' . 2 7 LOO-ywrx] Njk!i: Hidwik liruniti . lirwt: lluii—r. AnKolM, » «W llJMM, I " writ, rliinl. Tin " ' . H -5 Kcoad . SS Twrd tjrm flunlk-: Brown, Jrnriii. ' . iir-i : WUlrj. B »Tem d, anil Jurvi . niiiitt- nuiiity. t ' u- for h»n ' i iii!. Tiim 1 -. 4-B mi-miMl . Vault: Itriitnu. GalLttfei, tiwt ; W«4wt«. ial ' r»»tn : MutlM, FlmWil : Brunt Tl«.|i»i|fl. niul W. Bmn, H Inkiiir -. lin] for MM I. Ucignt, || r IfHOttl Anii-lnir-S. Ti-tou. lin-1 : .MU-y. I illaliii, ««i.nil : Mirlpwiu Flalhmd. tliinl. l»L-r«uii-v. Ill " frot. UPVi inrliiT. tliuli Juw].; BorAr. i»ll«lta. Ant: Bm«l«r. IV.-.- r!,. Il.ll.l. II.. -1,1. . " . I IT I ■ ' . ■ Itrmul Jiimj»: Anwl rone, TViaa, fir t : W»H«w, Hetau, Ulfrd. I iji,i3i in- -. Id twf, JIH tacbi tfO ud l » li: Blppfc . Untie, eir-t: Dkfchwtal. I " iiH(, 1 ' iinl. " l iai n-_ I - ' ■ mikhm! . -,t..u.i i Snortey, 1 10 Inierst holastic Records 50 yard dash 2-5 k Davis, FlarJtend 1 907 1 0 2-5 sec, Rtldtn. E- ' rrftu 1907 220 yard dash 23 15 «t. Denney. Flalhead 1907 440 yard dash i4 1-5 «c. Gish, Mbwoula 1908 m0 yard dash 2 min. 6 3-5 «. ( " rum. Helena 1908 1 mile run 4 min. 41 2-5 tec. Cram, Helena 1909 120 yard high hurdle 16 2-5 we. Dinsmorc, Missoula 1907 120 y.ut luw ]mrdlr 26 4-5 Mb Calhiek, FJ th«d Brown. Granite 1906 1910 Pole vault 10 fL 9 1-2 in. Denney. Flathead 1906 High jump 3 fi. 7 1-2 in. Logan, Gallatin 190? Rroad jump 21 ft 5 1-2 in. Gish, Mi MJul.i 1908 Shot pul 43 ft. 3 1 -2 in. Ry n. Telon 1907 Hammer ihrow 138 ft. 2 1-2 in. Davis. Paik County 1909 Discus throw If 3 ft. 6 in. Trainor, Missoula 1908 1 -2 mde relay race Trainor, C onrad. Vealey, Heard; Miwoula 1908 First Semester F-DITOR. IV Sl.m Assistant Editor. Ill BUI Managing EJilor r. Maikat Reporters M S Xli i Gum llorm ii.hn h wi v UlVIN BMIT1I 3om it. Tatuj Win mi w ii Kr Hi mm Ma Subscription Mai l.im.». Jk Aiivt ;fi Mi ' l .m.uN ; Second Semester Editor in Chief M --» S Mi i i U l i. ll Win mm III n nut. ' II. Munacinic LX I ». RlOTMlM, I - AtklcCic M. KJI»K|» IJc»«.. 11 Sim II ' pfcrnHAXM Ft M Ihi Bl v II Reporters M .1 l «l 1M S lll II Cam. ( auihhv IJl it n Hon m II r Si «i l i Hi MM Ma A(,IK ■mi K. Hi Ktr I f. Business Manag Subscription Managers m pi i mm IJvfr iiin Wauvmi .s i»ii Circulators AiJ.i« » I .VI ANNUAL PLAY " ?Lln Curioao Stritirntr " An Eighteenth Century Comedy ! y Goldoni The Sf.ttinc: The Hague. Prrarnted under the .tuspite of the Associated Students on Friday Evening. April 28th, in AiKrmbly Hall. (A Curious Mishap) Kililwrto. n rMi Dfttcfc iinT-luint (iiiianniiia. bit iiawrrit«T Ki.vnni... a l.n.k-r f ' oiiotaiiui. hi Uit|{htt r u OoCtertoi n Kr. ti. ii LteataoMl Mariana. IMiiinhin , Oaluahtt ' i m l QaMtlfM, i " i« Ootttria ' a ■ nut Don R Ti rm n tan Brvn o. Buamct Bjmb i. Bfm hi a «i. Mi Iviti Utl Baton W. Wwu Kakkah Ki nm i i " The Shorty Club " Her Royal Shortness j ext Royal Shortness Royal Scribbler Keeper of ihe Short Domain Mauol Gracf. Corbin Constance Da r row Helen Wear 1 ii u n Wear Governor Jos. W. Folk roll ok HBHBBRS Motto: Small, but oh m ! Central Chairman. F kh) Thame Mow Patron Una Baku M t M M CH ii ii » ' v Ki H i I ' oKMI 1 V Ml I ' MII IM Shimmy Sin nk Oahu Wbavtom nam M Winrm ?n cption Imitations, and Programs Da Omnia BUI Ml Hi i«»iri l . Kit iiAKim I.SN loNMH ) • orations JiffA intf rilAOl BAffRfM Mil tun UaMM Airriii it o ' ltnrr.-i I ' imvi PMMU I ' lllKI N 1 I.I M II W H M« K o l!..f Ml M i m lln» U i a 19! OR H I RS Proeissor Gl ' stav FlSCHER . Robert H. Cary Massey S. McCullough Director Leader Miinafei Robert 1 1. ( ary Leo W. Baker Krnfst E. Hubert Dudley D. Rm hards Second Tenon Mavsky S. Mi ' C ' i; LLOt OH F. Harold Sloane Kdu ard A. Winstani.ey DoM A t Kl l s Second Banc Herman Allison Cecil F. Dobson Walter G Marshall John B. Taylor PA! I L DoRNBLASI R James C Haines Joseph E. Folsom Iarkv F. Si u I LI. 1.7. @ i 1 1= i i i i mxzuz TUG OF WAR Krld .March 17. 1911 Joint Committf.f. in Charge « II I I M A. lihAMI I if, Ratmojo Ditcbmoh 1 1 1 pU T. PbfttH fauna jm . Ha mm Am hi k W. (Tftotiua i: • • u - a. n ' m«i ism Will l« UlMllAU, ( Cm it Dmmhi !.» ][A»X» |1 A Hit ■ m i C uaom RZOIIAIH) JhhiNmi KEMXmi Mi I MMTAI D R01 u Shum l iv, y Sl-t I- k JODM TATLOl W maa Trikm PXnCI QAMMCN Fresbtiten. PAUL DOUlBI ASK . ( ri ihM»ti ii. Has I K.XJ ■ ElAINKH ItonErr Km I i ■ I Ml ■] Kixut JMP) ra l I IOI QAI I ' l l! K ltlt l Jojim Riant i Imi km Bivpiuxq VVlLUAU VrAi.nr Won by Sop lw mores. 101 THE VMHSITY ION AKB KALF Till: VARSITY fWri ROAST NEW ISSUE FOR THE YEAR 1912 OF The Varsity Annual Roast NOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION a a The Only periodical m the Varsity that tells the whole truth and nothing but the Truth, also the only magazine that throws open to the glaring light of publicity the events which have oecured and others that might have, in self of- fence only. CORKING CONTENTS CLKVKR CARTOONS COLORS Commas Contemporaneous Convivialities, Caroms Continuously, Completely Content ins Carping Critics, CURES CARE Clear, Compact, Cultured, Companionable, Comuminsly Comkat, Classic, Comprehensizv, Caps Climax! Compiled without reason ot sense, CJTo miss a copy is a calamity, To avoid it, obey the impulse, open up, come through and get a " Roast J Some, get them gratia but get a copy tf he sure you ' re included. Published Annually n Wwr w r mWm. Wn- " W W „ CowwriltPn, iqil ' eJumetV MISSOt LJf. MAY lo, l U A ' umber ro $. :m loving wfys Campus Becomes Conffidenrtia! CAMPUS had had a rather strenuous day of it. Precisely at five o ' clock, long More she hid sent her perjmptory message to her Sentinels, TfStt, Sun burst in upon her without e vn knocking, and at hii first dazzling gUncc. she awoke with a start, and opened her fvw wide, laughing happily. In a moment she was up and alive, and all her liltlr 11 .11 Id " -i Ii.-ii -ud: y. : mmI m-.I ... .„, ,1 .]■ , ,.. . •.. ,-: tingling fire and life. She soon had her whole household fli I tin « Ihtp and 1 htr.-. with a f,u llr „i jL 3 hmiy. quick (n re ijjmid lo her brut yet kindly commands. " My people, ] leaf this is going to be a hard day for us, parlieuUrly you and your Family, Grass. " and Campus, smiled sympathetically at Grass, who had as- sumed most ludicrously doleful expression. " Don ' t feel so bad about it tho, Gra . for I heard the junior member of the firm, Farrar tt Company, mak- ing a noble pie for you lo-day. He evea threatened lo wrest vengeance upon the ofl ' ender with the venom of hi |M ' ii, Tliere, now. is a prnmising young man. I have akays been partial to him on account of his hair. Such a romanljc color! But we always were good friends anyway, and I hive done hiin a good turn more than once. He is grateful tho, and never forgets me, and he Jm cnlerl.nrted inr dumiK I hi- evening more than once. Did I ever te-LT you of that particular nigh Well, prr. haps it would lie taking an unfair ,ul age to do so. Bui ju l watch him now that be ha got his new car. Isn ' t it a dandy? " No, the senior partner doesn ' t give him many oppnr- luniUes. but my sympathies are entirely wilh ihr junior member jnd | hrltett- thai you can ' ! dovm ,1 i khI man. " Oh. I knew this was lo be a bad day I felt it the minulc 1 -wakened. The rest of the Campus ' speech wm muffled by the regular tramp of feet, and the sound of a rhoTut of girlish voice , " Isn ' t this the grandest day? Lei sit right here on Spooney. " Campus looked at Spooney knowingly, foi she felt sure the latter would be called upon to jj her share of the work that day. " Spooney, look quick, " and Campus lapped Spooney smartly on the shoulder. " There he is. Spooney, but there ' s no chance for any one so you needn ' t try. " Yes. Spooney, that one wilh his hands in his pockets, in the awful hurry. He ' always in a hurry. Spooney. It " a blow to one ' vanity lo meet a man like thai. Spooney, listen, listen, did you ever hea rsuch laugh? You simply can ' t tell whether it is going or coming, 1 bm thai laugh " " But, Fraulein, dear " Did you hear that, Spooney r " Oh, no, he doesn ' t mean a thing by tl, as 1 heard one of ihe tfirls say. He r very indiscriminate and partial with it, " Yes, I know those two pretty well, but they havt given the canyon and the gym steps preference over me. o 1 am naturally a little jealous. Hut I feel thai I started cm the nshl path, even tho they have gone on too fast for me to follow and scornfully look on me now. as the adviser of the young. " " Yes. Crass, lie run a ery deep voice, but I can dis lirnily rrnirtnber occasions upon which that sonorous voice w ' as very soft — oh, no, J won " l tell on thern. I haven ' t seen much of them lately, tho 1 heard lhat they had leased the south-east room m» the hsi flntir of the ilminiliuy. indeliiulely. " " t In k! " hat was lhat, " and Campus looked inquir rnscly ji Cir-is , a -.n me ih inn bnnlit and shining rapped uti I he puvemr ' il J rollrd ri ht over unJpi her feel. Cam pus inn Urd 1: herself, as a very exciled girl ran over to Grass and beKan lo fumble around in ihe lolds of her ureen dres . " If I have lost that ring What shall I do. Kids. " and there was a suspicion of lean in her voice. " Don ' t worry. You can never lose il wilh lhat red string you have coiled about it. Take my advice, ' . " vntinuni en Pafr I? THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May IO, 1911 THE WW X SOPHS SltZltti 3Y gy V ZTE® William Goes to College • fir-no. • Not . This U ' h iMrd Mi—nla. Montana. S. ( .i. II. HUM. Ifc-ar Ma: I arrii.-.l hflfD «i . i -Html x.MiTila.v Boon, tin- irain l iiie nn timr, himI wIm ' D 1 M I In urr I a -.tivH - r imjciiii- r i i takr pm vft t» IW univrmiiy whirli Itc litl. »« I mhukiI in w «lio jin-kl.-in in tell Ititu I ' a ink.. Itr»»- »!• itflio- what mi M »aiil li- I i..i.l Lin. Im- Hi- in» mi.i1 him C In HIi.-lh.T ho !■».»»« Had " UV had thmm ItrA d " ii|i ill a .HLcliltiiiMil lll iiml crnli W 1 V. MU-.nl., Mmititiin S | LM. I ' .MO 1VII I ' si I pd ilu WII.IAM Ji.NKS. 1VII IV I tut-.) it. |«i my r-.nu t»-nt nt-xt Saturday, DrtU Mil ami l ' i I j..it. i it tali Mlt-.ula. Moalaha. (Vtiibpr tat, KUO inn ti«fai it. iHI yon mhuviIiIiib. |jt.t nieiii DM H«« k tip ir «Kl raiiw I m turain tioinr mistily m«di for a i it Ymir li.vins mw, Wll.l.t M Mi—Mila. Moti ' Mia. S.|.1. HUM. is.,. M« I k«h v.uir fliH ' iHlfr nml huh I ' m icuinc In BHHTV It. Au awful li.t lut» liiu.i-ii«l l.ut I will irv to it ' ll you all aJNint l|, You l«i» ' l i||»rt ' ii»riiilHT nn- tcU ' int you alu ' if HW r M- an.l Hill nrv f ri«-u ' W now. W ' -it. ouw fvllon . lh.- i-all SnfauitiM-c mi tlit-y tun ii ' ll tlii ' iu ' nun u» Kr« " hnii ' ii «rin . Ml Hill aayi I Kill luii- I THE VARSITY AKNUAL ROAST 5 A STORY WITHOUT WORDS THE VARSITY JWNVJIL ROAST mRMTY TRIBUTE @N : By A, SLUSHING SPRTNGFOETE Singing on the Steps Itorli! wtmr Jrt.v UvVm liitln-r wLhk rt m iJi " clnritai Hiik- A ETC -it Hin.lnil ill |bfl lit Iter m.wil fsaroiMiU lrvwil. Cottage cnas ol liprfWj? ruirrli s- ii. ia wajtri iIm dtswflt mrtii.: lU Iliiil M " BWl lanrfitrr f l»V Kto 1 UftH WwhK Atatft 1 ■ Nov, (IK elo in »hvr |qQ« Siits. " K : slit .f ' rl.xl! 11 In I liaq DnrKH. 4 Sili-mi ' far ainl IH-Jir On lr» ,ii„| hi]] ibii-l CMBptt) Tfcl " r- ftiliisihiT " li lu " f . in TIut - vn-rv mum ' Itfiri V ' v- .n r In- I ' Win. tbnOCM tl n « BttUH to If, Tin? C»IW It III Jiiw Ami will! IfliiKliliT uihL vi ink Tln V Lt ' HlLLl1 y| MN im I II fcW. TfcflJ ir wiil iilti- tfa drl ia ttVt I ' nuui. Ami manfully soimM W ba ■.•ulm. Bw iMr fiert w tt 1 l jf Tlu ' v ibpI nilk il wilh ili»ir ns. Ami ttftwi H| H | «ir Minium. TfcBJ mrt u ii llfiftltu!H i-lnli. To jrfvr tlw (MXir fwl »i mh, Bqt a bIIITi WW in ' HiH.-. Qtrft iinii iluH ' ii tln bawt Ami s.| H ,i|«l Idc plf Tl i.f the ill.li. Ttiny iinwic. L tfielr peofartttt . Slyl Whu foflfcetl m witli hir« awry, Amt MM if tlicjr routo Tlini ilii-y enrtBinlv v«nhl A ihwii jfttng twitcbt ftimly. Ttn-y witif am! tbi- Mpmcl nmninl To mniji m i]n-jn|fiil iq niisil, Sow I to bni-Ji lmn: Hi m-k Ami foC Cinurv I I ' ftll il viii-k " I In- U.y- ' l:i f . I - . ' iiv. lv f I. ■ tail uJW lln- -li.nv, 1 Inn i- nml, Ttoy found half tli fludiTirr i1mi 1; Wli-rlnr kil ' -.l l.v lh- l fa r frriin tauctiinc IhI«I tow " ril ciirnrvT hn nut Ji " l sjilil. The Annual Tug of War ■[ ' linn op iqmifaty DoniU«Mr| - t ' llilll, IV.-MI Villi tlirm 1»JHL Vh» llrty J PrtiMlfrl vtvar !;riv-ii. « ' ]1 tiBiki- ye mf yi- lilnr. V ' ilav lhl lnhiii- jiII hris;lii nml Tnir. Ami nt j» rivr ' " !■!■% i- ' i fa H;ll | | «hk qui) wlilr . N.lW M IP«h:l]l toH j« ftdlWttl 1 •» IhMli EnlliL-r in lltx Iminl. Yt »nrrinr s wliu hI i tov t y« lislrt, J | ' in- Irt-i in nil fe loinl, KlolU OrtlnrtHL Mull lliii-k IrllH ' l f-v DotiM BMT ' Mi liy j nmli . Ami i HmT-m b »» urn T j tor tnM Tto-pt xfiHMl iu warlike Hill Unrfc A ur flt-rnK j - -in-jim. V - fkltUM] " f InciiiK 1 ' ni ' l. - vbUjuiI inrn rtq (a bMMu 1 1.. ' -til.Ln. r - v:. ' MV - rnmll. QMoCh Mini ■ nU«H IIhu u lnrk " ll.v m In ! Smwluy »lni» ' VThj-n fv " ink rn the ks ii»irtli V ii «m k ' itln ' r i N- JW KWMn Hi. I yv Knltin| i i " i- Tlirj ' itliC y«- ro ' »l Iiih ' Ih id mill, Ami nulled l«tli to li-M--. HiV Ktowiy luniltrl JfC rln ' i - »il ' - Hdl yi- I -I. I I ' - ' •.mh 1 1 iiHtm ; -Aim. " i|.i»Mi Hilly VhbIov ili.-n. AltH, sviir f «B 1» ruil. " ■innl In till ' «nil«4 H|ilii ilifi| t I iA ' lTl- ill 4 ' ILl ' ll » ' f. UjH.n tlw Ifli1h» aniii ulioro IVIn-n i ' Tw ii ' in Knir «in Bad n l rniinil)to- i er IhhiqiI IiIh hvfu-fiil boAil Ti , vitmh ami In ynw, TM th- lin-rn1 lato »f Win. j.. f | .. i II. . I l ,ru -I,. s]..nji|. THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST 7 THE CARNIVAL CANTO I AMU-MKXT. The Stranger Entereth the Gym Antony rompua KM I wand.rrd lon« XVlii-u W I " ww tin- ff ' imtui-r of a liirlit. Aii ' 1 Uinnl wild ahri.-ka m ! • lerftMS hy far TIijiu n«r frwlHUl caw in t-rror .lir.- wii.i. B U B fAi wMMi ifem hi« N ir .lid fl , I |.oa-.-d m- ! • n l«orway slum ine hrirht WMM rrim-oti lUrln Hl l »ida»h !••- hiilwma dark And horrid dm did fcMt forth, and wniU Ami " Sock wiili horror ROMtt my li- fiiiiis «tr- Tb. v aoumfc-d lik.- tM luinsr) . rn.-l »nv« That daah their lullona M MM . ' lilTha-v ii««t. A kriwr rl«.llna1 in Mm-k at.axl atrrnly hy With many Itliaid r»a| is»s» of dh H »iw That i i V - • ttir -In.. - of lladra iTini« n »1m«Ii.-. Or lllimlwhfll hair of witty Iriahman. I ilrt ' ir my ssannrtrt «loa. ata.iit my form Ami f.nr-oim- I aJprtaiaMl WM kt-rjwr dlrv. Tien with n amMm ««oiin»ir.- forward |iluiis«l QbtMjNfl ii wthe thr m ti-ry of the « J in. CANTO II Aiurxr nt. The Stranger Seeth the Beautiful Maidens H« r Vrv I (WMfj i«lo tin- ehnm ' uz l ict f - I " aw n «isht tbnl fixrd M to tm» «|» ' «. " What cndih a h«-r.» In .Ida rrv.l say i»ninht. lintli Jnrn. fr« in Olym| i - iuii r.-l dnwn " » , inntl I ami htoJd tin joy««w - " «rf»t Tlfiv dam-ed alaon a |«i|«» with ut.ta.na e« A .rowd of nyin|.lt like forma ill miaty while. |t «l akrd uit ' i siirlnii.U wrought of saver ttower- Tl ' itn avw tn|i|aa| a m«rry widow liat. I fciso Would fill th- ImI|i» IUCk t have nil ze | I ' mil the iNi n iiia -i«r hml atjiitied t !»• aky Itm . ' r..in nfar tin ' M.und of rnvganhoMn DM amile tiiiiw nor with » wml volnminoiia. • M » III He Seeth the Shows I rro-awl hia Hand with «•«■• .kuam And hn-zttlih-aa walked int.. th- darkaoiue gloom. Now toward lb fTPM a fMIMf aiichi hauiied hiirh. — A hint aiD ' li a. t.rnw Ja«a.n aaw owe think« Wh.-it tir-r ...iixhl tin- TnflrfnW iT»M«-ll flnv Ilia rym gHiv IW.V. Kfvat htl ahmnty hind Ilia f.-.i ennt etetrad ami hirsc with hl aal Of ma-i laaly«l a Srilllnnt n i. I rial in tfrmr lo aimiht-r iha.r Ami vwiinnal tbm aaain thn «ho« to try I walk«al npMiuil n thltU4 form alon.-, Hut MUhaM aau nor bmi4 wilhin the na m l fi thru | thai : " Alfta. nl . for mo ' . What tlftW hav I now for my «-aal t»M. " • M-o IV VM..I Ml M He Findeth his Eyes Full of Infernal Confetti and Rusheth Out Again in the Might A whirlwind •aa»in» ' l to rom|w« mr nlami Sm-h na ••Vr Simian ■h-a.-rt •«.i-|a-th liot. And litirl« b in wmry irnu-lT ' fai Tti ' 1 loitnins anmla from olT lhi ih-afrfa wnatr I .-.mhl m»i •« " . far BUM IMM thru alaa A tlMMKIHld MaMjMH hbl ' la tl|aMI HIV « U.a k To r..» u hy ilir iiH.-kiui iiM|i» tliei; ironja l nla.ui. I H rail for iiior 1 .onMti from a •linia- Ituit aulil it hy tho .a.kfull for caal B »M. I hhl my ryra and dn«h«a| into Ihr nurhl 17M »lnra IMM i-okll.V on tin alwt»iii£ «wrth Th.- dnnry wind awiT l tlini tlif i-aminia Irrra. Ttm din Mill ni liiiis into thr atnoky air l.ik aliottlta from tdni-hrra at a i»iw .«f Mil. I drv ray mak Hm SMM ala.ut my form Ami aim tiering in»a.a| out thru DM MM HI imtr. l ion nr. It U«l I iMMNfl hHli» r townnl a ahontius f.arm TUt told »f wond ra 3 r.»l within tlw d.a.r. 8 THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May tO, 1911 MICHEMWLEB TMMCE MBit t Bull •( Old Kih;k. By F LMOUE M. K.VTEY ft «aM »..» ..» nut AS a rule there i» only about one thing to mar five joy of college- days and nights and early mornings. That is the coy- eds. Honestly I used to sit up until long after l d time r%rry liltlr while trying to figure out some real reason for coy-eds. For at old Kil osh they would treat a fellow the way they should all year, make him think he was the only Speer on the campus and then when Track Meet would come. 3 stude might be a cipher message on an early Assyrian brick and stand a far better chance of being seen by a cov ed at Track Meet. In May a coy-ed ' s fancy lightly runs to pink sox. turned up hats and High School R h rah boys. This atrocity comes down every year before then own meet to lake in the Triangular and the girls get busy at once. Even now Tubby is walking around the campus with that pmksoxed. turned-up hat curiosity. We only wonder if the same outfit was worn last year! Now don ' t understand me to say that there isn ' t any- thing like this among the fellows. bless you No! Their failing is the little " Declam " girls. Why jusl now I saw Milton I la ten fussing a sweet young thing in hair - ribbons and innocent smile . Hasten with his reassur- ing face and his sophisticated manner casually rrm.trkrd. " I ' m a Sig Muckeye. Won ' t you wear my pin " When Hasten smiles that way who could refuv him? Not Miss Dcclamatoiv surely. She murmured: " That ' s m brother ' s fral. I ' d love to. " Just to how the futsability of men. not ten minute later I saw the same young thing with that bold, bad Ralph Waldo Smidthe. the smasher of hearts and inci- dently a detective. He insnled upon her wearing his Sig Moo Snooze pin. As that was " her brother ' s frat. " it was all right. That girl was almost as wise as the Dorm girls. But my! I did sit up and take notice when I saw the same " fane laydir " with Sieve Raredone. He would look up at the femme liom under tlir Ittun ol his derby and then quickly and shyly let his eyes drop. But be wouldn ' t do the talking. It was up to the girl. " What frat arc you? " she asked. " louglitoo Know " , he answered blandly. " If you don ' t who does. " she re- plied But anyway it " her Brother ' s frat " and she got the pin. Well it is this way every ' spring except at Triangular. There the girls have absolutely nothing to do except to sit on the bleachers and in a squeaky voice yell for Jimmy. Everything there is men. But the vear we were all sitting up nights seething and we seethed all day. We had the men all right but we didn ' t have a man for the high jump. We had it figured out to win the meet it we could only get first in live higS jump. Of course there was Miley Rulerstick. but be was the dis- tance man. in more ways than o.se. However w» wen- counting on him for the high jump. At least he could step over the thing and it was our last hope. But im- agine our state when we found the two events were to occur about the same time and he couldn ' t do both at once, so there we were stranded, and old Kibosh ' s glory likely to go down in defeat. I hat morning we had a meeting in the Vaphard office in the gym. Coacb Skary was thcie with his head down between his kneecs and he said be didn ' t care — we could knock up no way to beat the Naggies and the Minors, Still straining his mental powers Skary started across to the Van Buren bridge when he ran into Herman Srnilev son. Now I lerman is a nice lady like boy. who carries his books in a sack, rides a bike, pounds the ivories, and runs to green suits and smilev but never to track or in THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST 9 track. He and Bob walked quietly along together for Miinr timp but mid-way down the walk, they s-aw a mad bull tome tearing across die field from Chcsnuts. Skary crawled under I he wall; but Herman carefully laid hi bike and his book tack down, dusted off hb green p b top and ihen started lo run. And Lardy! how he ran with the bull a near second! The fence al the baseball park was in Ihe way. Smileyson knew one best bel was lo jump; up he so j red .i.-- if shol from a sling ?hol and cleared the fence by a perfectly ftood Deck leaving the bull behind feeling furious and Bob Skary glor- ious,. If Smilefon toy Id do that for a bull he could do the ' same far old Kibosh) In the afternoon of ihe Triangular the whole college ,ilid ,l lol mmr ftcrr uuH In w Kili- h tfH ihe h.kmjnmi ship. Everything was at high pilch, even (he yells. Smileyson wii in a (rack suit, (had bern lempled by Coach Skary by the prospects of gelling in the picture Hiilh the n ' ftul.u tr.irii.) .md Su- JcrfiUd if lh, ' msly lhi«K he needed Wa a rose in hi? hair lo complete the outfit. Everything depended now on the high jump 4n f Hob was devoting h» Irme Lo his man. The meet wore on during the afternoon, first old Kibosh , couple of |Kun1 ahead, ihen lh - Naxv: would nab a first and shoot ahead a trifle, but we were neck and neck. At it reached the point where oil depended on ihe result of the high jump. The Minors had only twenty points and were out e F the tunning, but ihe N aggies had fifly-two and we had only fifty even! Bob coaxed Herman out and stalled lum lo iry jumping, Ju t as he started his run, lo make il mure realistic, Skary shouted, " The Built Look out! " Al thai same irtstatil, some Glee Club Torturer (newty returned from a trip of some sort ( } ) ) began to sing, " Tie it outside ' Then H was lhat Smiteyson turned hsS fn.nl Mju.irr uri ihr IiikIi ump and made a run for ihe pole vault stand jrds. Our hearts stopped and our But Smili- i, in .is ii the Lull wew there and up he went and over the standards with ihe same nick lo spare. The crowd wen! wild. They yelled for " Birdy " Smili- 1 . -i.il. It .t r.j V ! Il Ss. our-.! ! Wr h.ld j ' ul llic pro|ier " kibosh " on the Minors and Lhe XaegicsF ! 1 Just a we grabbed the long sought championship the W ' tK-MOiiri I i.i nd (limn in Irorii. with much " looting and much blowing of horns " started up a bully rig, ;mkJ lo inn, ' o! " Who I jci the t nw: Oul. " Kibosh was hailed Champions of the Great Triangular. «i,li..r„mj. ! ' ,M,f,.-,l, spirit were downed. MEDITATEONS Year after I received my degree — J came back here, the changes lo see, J walked around lhe campus gfern. And though I of other sights I ' d Men; For. strange as it may seem to you, Boys fuss just Uke they Uwd to do. In classes too. ' tis just lhe same. It lull n just a little name 1 hat ' s played by profs and sludes alike. This game of bluff when you ' re oat all right. And at the Hall il is a fright. The girls slill " cut " most every night. So .tiki all the joke ' s on me There isn ' i any change to sec! An OfiierVcr. 10 THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May IO. 1911 THE VARSITY ANNUAL JtpAST FOUNDED A f) M)l PUBLISHED ANNUALLY - the class or Vwt.lvi: " SUDSCCIPTIONS CM 9TB TAE ON THt C4MPU5- MAV IO. IOII. " A jr»t ' » proim-rily lir in ihr ror of him Hint hrnr it. nrvrr in lb« I. iimn.- nj hltn that nwkr il. " Foreword TIIK l« AST up|«-ar. f,.r thr And tin i.«lay. It i» like ail uth.rr oiiuilar roa«t» lb tluil il trniM -l»rf Hkr ihrai. in nil othrr |wr- iHniur» it i . famnfc it h«» cnilmrornl roa»t rrrrythirut. nl .. i-iiryWIy. in cv«ry rono-Utihh- •u-mmr. If juiir mum- .Ww not ap w r r-itUrr fmt thr nlitor or writr him. prnfrraldy ill.- hUtW, for Mien wh.wr tiatai- do apprnr liavr probably l rmdy k b him. He will try to hair HUBlimiW within a frw w rk». If thrrr i M iiM ibiiiff mi ilo mil like In th.- IC «a«t. »e»-l ii |«ir nf mgg Ami tvad rnrrfull) lb ' " imilati.m alaivr, it i- lakm from " laivr ' . l«Hl«.r I .-! " If mur name upiwtir prominently wilhlo ili--« ' pnr.-». it i. l-inu .- yiHir |»ipn larity ha fl 4 It lUrr.-: if mil. aMr » il. r y..«iri.-|f fortuualr. A» ynw will mdinr wr luivr not run n .ulendiir; wi ' •In mil ••(| itI in hate ur.il for ii aftor thin any Willi thi foreword, vi •- ' II ilmiw in tlir . Int.-li. nml " U-i Vr »lid.-. " Frapped Fussing mcBis vni: ways I,, r«M tlw i ..tl|.-| Th-r ihr raw wIm-m- I In- aiit " I ' m- ili« (u «inc nnd thrn at lime I be l»y dor it. Wr .mHity rvrry im ih. t hrrr on lh " .ampin ami nr i all f Ihr- uk-iIhmIm have ptorfd aw . .-»fnl. Tlw «irb« vio with ra.-h other for Sun •la Iftwm walk and wrek night - k- while thr bor . - wi- are nut hip- wlial th tiny do. Out- tiiiuit in ii ' rtain. fafVaiUl and ihai I tlia ' tin- inilrmr l n»rb ll cntir»« witt vrry l» |Milnr U»i wlntrr. IXil ynu not h e now many l«oya took «lrU ' . ' f»b! the iidmbudouV That wn a «iiwll mat- ter! Hui fnv»inx iii the tlonn i alway- at Ii- lM j K hi with lli - .loon, all tV H J kaCVMII ili i«trlor». Soirn- liim- " hirnifllrally waltNl " . a mir H» in .-all- it. ami oni nmminc it fonml a sill ha l In! tin- pin out nf Ihr lw -k of MT TiulHi .ullar. for thr ■•in wa» fonml on dm itlllWiaHl ! Sirr»- Sprinc U-can |tltl fkc AuthtM it h» to till rln» nml «j--n.| l!n- 1 • on tlw lilrachrn.. ' IT»» hli-arlim arr »!• " ki-jit »|iiilr Imimv at nitt lit. SiMDMiry lC«» k I hi- aprfal ha- conr out nf " tyU: ami library i vrulinc« t- tlir Intnl. |hK « I hi- lti««l ailviwnt.- fit.. »inc ' ' Well, to auoMriT. wi «iy that fiixxins La an awful m-w«-p-i|rr, ami ••! ■»« «o iM.piibir flnwMis ..iir n-aih-i . College Spirits Til KICK an- a irr.nl many kin.U nf qrittf ) »n l r wti riffbt |n « n our iiin|»ii« tli. r.- ar - «|.iril» ami -p.ril. hut Mr jfenU lllrlilioll .H|| IWO kin.U Thr lir-i at .in OM -talr kili ' l. wbifb i» all v.rv w.-ll Inn ihpr« i-n ' l ruoiitli. mg nml mop-. t»f o..«r « " whrti v - itvt an fl| i roi riati.«i. Ht rut eteHIM ami hu» i- a tflTWll »n l vll n Ikttb- bit. Wlirn wi- »-i a law M-linol wr hair n litiiihrr nml anulhrr lilt I.- .-l|. Ami whrn lli. a|i|irn|irla- li»n bill i» in Wt ll Ikt Ml nml rnonni. nml MMdtttJ. lilib- yrll. Thrn. i.ai. at Irmk n»i-i tbr cirU ert up in the hl.-a.rhrr ami wh.-ii uhl llaMMti (•.inn- in ahrml WN hair niH.llir.- hurb-pilrtnxl «..M.|y IHtlr yHL flntv in a while Ml- milhrr oil tbr t0 JB nf »l.l Main Hall, nu.l -ine a frw MM| that arr — hall wi» »y ancirni, or • . 1 1 U • 1 1 atili.|il;it.il .• TUl i» " II vr-ry well, hut «i want nairr »|iirii ! ' ! Vr waul tin ' wmiiimI kind thai miw in hit: ibaH, thai |wnnrnir« tin- n tin» " iudml Im«I,v " i- .-um- ihi. . IrtTrwion, wr rraliar il ' « old, hill t.ikr .Tilivol.ll I. ill olilv ill tin- fan i tin I ooUM- lliina». likr «|.irii», improvr with fmt) lltat iiiakr mt tiuulr ami f.-rl grrat. Thai kind n.m . in an alloL-.tlu-r. rrjfular turof war h«av.. bo. pull that hriut;. I.. n» ivh.i.. .-r tn- waul. Hail to thf h arr ho r.-frtm Mint mnrr fail : WTmtC i ' ot; what rvrr: Who .-v. r . uh.-n . v.-r : f« t iu yrll: now or a w r: M..niai ' a fur rvrr ! ! Now wr -hall «|»-ak of n •piritiiaJ •plrit that Montana «bo«ild haT " , Whrr.. 1- that .pirit thai haul rarb luiiUlinr. .-wrh tr di».r- way. rnHi un.-auny nook, thai lakr» rirrytbit-je thai di-npi-nr-. and ia WpoMlMa for nrryihluc thai a.i«-a ri«ht or wro«) Sonn- of our nrlsh- ImriiiK .i-m«rt lakr prbb- in thrir •jiiril. tlw»ir " »)n «t " . for it U a mwi QMftoiWl ,,,io,t u,,v ' ' l i,llf " •» " » and y.-i nlwayi. invUihlr. Wlivn IWBWtllnt .li-ain»-nr« or am wrunc thrlr (boat .(id ||. Whrn fin»m te»it in rtirly. ihr uh. i v-nml Hum ' ran ea»i!y w-r how h nuHfiilly -nt-h a sht t work-.. » f iiairw yim an rlrbt whrn yon »a it U turrrty a tradition, and yon would hit it i-nrm-tly. Tra- dition wr mul. nml im-fa a traditioti mi •houlil hnvr. Think of it aniritn- ally llirn drmm iiInuii il— th n Prohibition SQVUt »NK a krU in Ibr nlhi-r »toy If wr urct pmhlliitl.xikiti Wr niili.il that anyway, wr tv- plinl our nn«Mi»r ii not iiH|airtant Thr fart rnnaim tliai n.utr iliiuxn alaMM Ik pmhlhiiral. if mil by law at trail hi MHg otTi-uir. Atnout th««. wr UMiitinn .in. In walkine a.-ni-i tmf irn«. tlf roiirw mnuv do thi tu rl thr t-tTri-t of llir |w.. ilin.l.i of SMi. but wr wrioU«lj- r«- tn-nt thrrn to walk on thr walk , wbirh Jiow» I loin up nio h l» tlrr by routrari. Thrn thrr.. arv f. dl.h «tmlr« win. -iiii CVbafy .lonn. on all iH-.-ii.i.ut.. and MjFfAM «lt " walrh flw trark pntoti ' -.- lit fll-w . «omr uf ihr KrrahirMl. nml Ui Slsiun Ntat who lmi-t ii|». ii eel l in; tbr m.-n |.i If yon mint br «irk to Ibr mump or iprliic fe if. It »m hanl tO ay wlin-:i l» Ihr tnu»t drmlt.v nf llMM) rvllH but wr think n i-anva would bow thr fiinurr miiiu- vuti « nhrnd of tbr poltdai u rd uu Um THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST 1 1 WHO ' S WHG-MNB WHY Serious mnd JBtoJJrJou Jtmcts Mout th X!«ar mnd tkm JiJmost " Hello. Reddy? " THERE are at present thro shades of red hair, ted, rrddrr and auburn. The last named i the only genuine shade, all others are imitations resulting from a switch from herpicsdr to prroxide. But there is a reason ; the herpicide supply ha been cornered for years by — but I ' m afraid we ' re rambling. However, true, glossy, wavy, silky. %hiny auburn hair is rare, and the congenial, enter- prising and bustling editor of our flourishing editorial organ values hi crop as a most serviceable asset. And he has the usual accompaniments too. -flashing eyes, the engaging manner, the " acquiring " habit, and an un- Kiuelchable ambition to. - oh to enjoy college life. When he started in at college be had the flashing eyes and the unviurh hablr ambition, hut during hi Sopho more career he adoptrd the " acquiring " habit. This is how it started He decided he ought to be class presi- dent. He got it, and in fact, liked it so well he kept it for three years. About a year ago he took a " snap course " in Advanced ( omp and a quired a taste for lour nali m; he now hibernate in the Kaimin office and ex pungrs his journalistic inspirations in rditorials. Hr has hi bolilxes too yr . two automobiling and fussing: as pastimes, he tries to help the senior reali e their real importance, and endeavors to teach the fresh- men their first dutie . but v c have doubtless fur votte-n about the upperclassmcn ' s court, likewise the sensor vigi- lantr rommittre: indeed it i» only when e hear some freshman hum that half forgotten strain. " Oh. we are the Jolly Black Knars. " that we pause to think of those " dear old days of long ago. " when baby pins were still in drmand. .it fiftv cents a piece. Ye . " Mack. " for that is short for Mc( ullough. glor- ies in hi auburn locks, and they are striking, no mat- ter where we see them. — in the libranan ' s reception parlor, in the museum, or in the Dorm parlors, particu- larly the last. They stand for McCullough. They also stand for more active college life and for farrar — I mean fairer — fussing. And that reminds me. did you ever hear the story about " Hello. Reddy? " Nor Well. a»k M.is ' cy. " J 9 it » » Original BgMMr from funi ttlm " Our Musical Punster HE casual and unenlightened observer might think that Kay Kent is a chorus girl, or a nature Fay Ker. but she isn ' t. She it — well, the it Fay Kent l. i bod) knows Fay. She is the tall blond girl — no. the other one, not the slender one who always wears the smile that won ' t come off. That ' s the way everybody does; they see her then they notice her smile. Like all other residents of the Hall. Fay n extremely regular in her habits. She always retires early, whether it be in the evening or in the morning, and she either eats breakfast or she does not. When she does east break- fast, she always eats the same thing -also like other retidents. 12 THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May 10. ton If Anyone rrackf a joke. Fay is ihr first lo get the fiouil and the last to let go of it. I usually, however, no one else gets a chance lo crack jokes, for if there are any lying aiound loose, she pounces on them and cracks them be- fore she has time to think a circumstance which is often indicated by the joke. Like most other geniuses she has hobbies, hut she has one, in particular l efore which the others pale into insignificance. That hobby is making puns, puns of all descriptions, good, bad and worse— in fad. she is ihe original punster from Punville. But let us go on and (s) leave this alone. (Rememl er the proper jesture. ) Her other hobbies? You ask. " Is she musical? " Oh. yes. she plays on the violin and at the piano ; that is, she plajfl on ihe violin when the spirit or sufficient in- ducement moves her. and at the piano when no one can prevent it. Her favorite song is " Daffydils. " and her mh -.i ■ (i.h.ii irmii. instrumental selection th " Fus Ray. " The State of Montana is Fay ' s native state, the free -pi i it ii Montana is her spirit, and woik in the 1. ' . of M. is here present occupation. But she hasn ' t Isecn here always, no indeed! Once she went to the University of Minnesota, but he came back. Her most im|K it.int acquisition at Minnesota was a Swede version of " Miles Slandrsh Bane Havin ' a Courtship. " with which she still favors selected audiences at irregular intervals. Once in her early youth Fay ventured upon a stage career, and vented her dramatic talents u|»n an innocent and unsuspecting public. She was starred in the role of Santa Claus. u part in which she made a howling ( ?) and uproarious success. Satisfied with this demonstration of her genius, she has since reserved her talents for private performances. Perhaps she is most noted for the facility with which she transfers her affections. If she were older, she might be of the " College Widow " type, but as it is, she well, .is we said l«efore, — she is Fay Kent. " What ' s in a Name " WHAT ' S m a name ? Here at Montana we have a Whisler. a Baker, a Faylor. a Sawyer, and all kinds ol Smiths; you ' ll find .t Bonk, and .1 couple of I liu-mrs; .% • tuse .1 Stone, a Mill and knowlcs. and once had Dusty Rhodes, that is. until an enterprising street commissioner -cleaned hut now. we e got Small, so a I said, what ' s in a name? But now, I should expand. Let me not introduce im-M-U Small, but .Spencer Walter Small, president of the Class of Nineteen Fourteen, who hails from Butte. Mon- tana, that largest and most enterprising city in the state. Butte has the largest high school enrollment in the state also, but thai was no impediment to Spencer Walter when he once started debating. He simply started; there was no ending, he kept on debating. He tossed aside his opponents with ease, took a couple of schoolmates, came down to the Varsity last spring, and took back " Th»r 1 1 04 forth Prmtidrni Jprncer Walter Smatf with him to Butte, Montana, the State Championship in Debating, also some scholarships! He showed his grati- tude, however, by coming to stay with us a few years. When the |- reshmrn wanted .1 prrsidenl there were several aspirants, then there was a little debating, and lo! there issued lorth President Spencer Walter Small. As somebody once said. " I here ' s a powerful lot of per- suasiveness in debating " but that ' s off the subject. Others looked about and gasped, and some are still gasping oc- casionally. Next some energetic Sophs tliough best to subject their youthful brethren to an earthly plane of existence, but gave externa] instead of internal treatment, using dippers instead of slippers (due no doubt to spell " . f " the ( our. 1 l.nwlisli cla« had not as yet commenced its in- fantile toil). Side clips, (not side bums) became the fashion, and President Spencer Walter Small one even- ing obligingly left his Math four minutes and a half to acquire the latest fashion, then humed back to his Math, for time is valuable and four and a half minutes is too much to waste on I paltry sophomore. A president should set the example; the class should follow. For those who are skeptical, l ei me suggest that a few minutes debate alone should suffice to convince them of their eiror. President Small was and is presi- dent; lie therefore wore the first white Freshmen cap. which by the way. was a splendid fit. The members of the class hastened to follow his example. One in his eagerness bought as many as fifteen, probably due to de- balalive persuavirvess, and then in a fit of remorse. " Stood on the bridge at midnight. As the clock was striking the hnut. And when no one was approaching. Lost fourteen i •Mr. Small lUi sc«rtai «s t ay lumlthvl lb« -titan »1lb a s Mocrar ti e.t+ih UvUcatW Its d W »! ' .». THE VARSITY JWNVAL ROAST I THE HJiLL OF RAME Hon. J. B. Mitchell, of the clas of fourteen, has At la»t displayed his natural talents As chief high mogul o l the peanut stand during track meet, with his engaging smile and hat also, he created one of the sen nations of the meet. The freshman class are reserving him for nexi carnival lime II was Mr. Ryan. Senior President, who remarked last fall that the trees might just as well be cut down as they were going to lea(f)ve in the spring anyhow. He net letted to mention that their trunks should have been held for board. It it rumored that Dud Richards, who is majoring in geology, is contemplating entering a theatrical career, having received offer to play in " Misdemeanors of Nancy. " and also in " Last Lynne. " Just when he will rornmence is not yet definitely known. Alice Mathewson appears every morning with her anns full of books and triangle and rules. She is a math shark and is proud of it. Do those books contain all she knows or all she doesn ' t know ) is a question oftrn propounded. Doc Underwood, who teaches over at the library, has three hobbies, taxation, woman ' s suffrage, and (armmir. Do you sec the connection. Prof. F.lrod was an enthusiast cyclist until he saw the flying machine at the fair last fall. He hasn ' t got his mode] completed yet but is making a special study ol but tertlie this summer in hopes of improving his ideas. W r know who made woman, but who made her hat 1 hr» iv an interesting problem for Anthropology. We hesitate to name the proper department to solve this interesting problem. Man of the students find a pleasant pastime in takm« in the ten cent shows. Some say the pictures recall fond memories; others say that the man who sings the songs, does likewise. " A Curious Mishap. " the late university production, developed several theatrical stars. Much suffering has been experienced since by several meml ers of the student body. Herbert H kuphal. one of the prominent members of the Freshman Class, is quite | practical architect. He i rngaged this spring in field work, and also has designs on the dormitory. Wm. Bennett, as manager of the Varsity Track team, upheld Montana ' s social position at the Pullman recep- tion. e were able to bring him back with us how The 191 I season in frat pins shows little changes. During the past week the demand shows a slight accel- eration, several new pins appearing at the dormitory. No wnous consequences have been reported. Nobody thought anything aIjou! Karl Speer ' s first visit to the infirmary, but when he spent a second week there we remembered the close proximity of the hospital to the dormitory-. Mr. Sylvester Spencer ' s reputation as an orator resb chiefly on a lengthy and weighty speech made in Con- voi alion on receiving the Interclass I rophy. the gist of which was " much obliged. " When very young Miss Carolina Wharton learned to play " Sweet Iirne. " In later years she (earned " Cuddle I ' p a Little Closer. " With her voice and talent for music, a great future is predicted for her. Rose Is ofK ld is contemplating taking up a long course in forestry, as her short course proved successful. Edith Steele has had such splendid success with her long r ourse that all the girls are becoming interested Donovan Worden. the great apostle of peace, t|m the violin, which doesn ' t make for any peace in his neigh- borhood just ask the cat . It is rumored that Dornhla er. who played a solo part in the football band, is to organic a brass band and is to manipulate his own trombone. Inquiry has been made as to whether the pictures »hown at the Junior Convocation were po -s or snap shots. M»s Hazel Murphy while in college was a victim of Wanderlust. She made several moves hut finally landed on lop. Cornelia McFarlane was one of the stars in the annual play. She also enjoys playing nealh the tars but she has neglected to take astronomy. Professor Rowe. or " Doc " as he is known to all the students, always wear a soft black fedora hat. It is said that this is recommended by the Herpicide people. Charles Egglestoo. the artist, lully intended to be a pirate, but a cruel fate landed him in a school of design and made him an illustrator. Professor Reynolds hasn ' t refused to give a consulta- tion this year— before that he never gave any. Miss Stewart has three fad ; Parlor talks, pink teas, ard mountain walks. J. B. Speer. Secretary to the President, not only looks hut dbtMM the part. Killing lone is an easy way of becoming a dead one THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May to. 19H On Main Hall Steps I met her in the early fall. Upon the steps ot Old Main I (all. I acted like a clown — But the ala». came right on up, She did not even deign to stop, the stairs up and coming I she For going down. I uo months have quickly passed us by. Have quickly passed my love and I At bil I ' r lost my frown — Now when I meet her on the stairs. She does not put on haughty air . those stairs, come up and together wc both we go For now down. Public Hi Jinks (Willi apologies to the Public Hygiene Class.) I. The Doctors come from over town. And try to talk to us— I hey use such words. I ' ve never heard. They make an awful fuss. II. I sit up straight and look so wise. It really is a joke. But when they tell how sick I am. I feel it ' s time to croak. III. One tells me the most awful things. About ourselves and him. And now if all those things are true. No wonder I ' m so thin. Library Science W hy is it the dorm girls all Dig so hard most every night? The way they flock to the library Keally gives mr quite a fright Yes. Mitt Stewart. I must study. But I haven ' t Kot the " books. " So oil the coy-ed flutters. With a few shy backward looks. She goes right to the hhr.irv. But to stop is not her plan. She don ' t want to seek for knowledge For she ' s going to meet a man. After this there is a joy-ride. Or perhaps a picture show. But as long as she ' s in by half past nine. The dean will never know. When next day the coy-ed ' s lessons Are poor, what can it mean? For she studied at the Library. I ' m sure for I asked the Dean. IV. I really do. I try my best. To get all that is said. But there ' s a million " pains " and " germs. " Gel mixed up in my head. V. Of all the little bugs and things. They tell us all about. I like the ones that live on plants. And pears and Sauerkraut. VI They are so cute and small and cunning. But they are awful sly. Sometimes they make us dreadful sick. And sometimes make us die. VII. But I will cut and siuff along. And then smile on the Prof. For I just bel that test will beat I h - germs to kill us off. THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST My Mind nund :s hkr ihr rcMlrs bird. So says a certain test. That wis an instant on one trrr. Then flutters to the next. I often wondered on exams. Why my mind was so slow. It hiis perpkiwd m many an hour. But now the fact I know, For since my mind is like a bird. A flitting, moving thing, Why at examination time My well known thoughts take wing! But oft this birdlike quality. Proves not within the rule. For on somethings — say GeTm.m verbs. My mind acts tike a mule. Editors note: — The a u then wishes to offer apologies I he Psychology I class. That College Yett Ri«h here. Rood folk, in the padded cell. Is the man who invented the college yell; A pitiful light, as you all can lee And a doleful wreck of a man is he. He tears hi hair with a Rah — Rah — Rah, And rends the air with a Siss — Room — Ah! And he mumble and jumbles and scTeams and cries, See the swelling throat and 1 1 it- bloodshot eyes. All d.jy he yi-lls and aii ru hl hr hnwk And up from his throat come fearful growls, A I ho hp irmeniljpred the campus where The first of his college yells rent the air; He grins at you wilh a ¥l£Uri eye And thinks you ' re a brother of Pi C m Si, He nukrs -i si«n lh.il thr brother s knrtv, And waits to see if it ' s really so: Then he thinJts you are and his greal lunss swell With a rush of air for the old lime yell. And tin theek puff out and his moulh swings wide And a rush of sound from the face inside Of his rriis{hty chest strikes on the ear, And your heart brats fast with .1 dreadful fear Hul ynu necrf nol run Irom the friijhllul noise. For he ' s only one of our Rah Rah boy . The Midnight OH The midnight oil is burning. Just before Comencement Day, A pallid female wearily And slowly works aw my. What? writing essays? No, you ' d Ijettcr have another guess. It is the woman finishing, The sweet girl graduate ' s drti . Last Night I Dreamed Last night I dreamed, mine own sweel heart. rhat you were at my sid?. That ml a thing had entered in, Our spirit to divide, I dreamed of all those happy days, That we together spent. Of all that wonderous olden lime. Before niy Jw.srl " a rent. And I forgot that other one Who stole your love away, I hat other younger fairer one. Who itDpped my joyful lay. La l night from dreams, mine own sweet heart. I woke in tears and knew, Our souls apart, your fancy flown, J ' hat I ' d bie:t stun : by ynu 1 16 THE VARSITY AMNUJiL ROAST May IO, 1911 CLASSIED ROASTS Millard S. Bullerdick M. T. Lecturer and Debating Specialist TREATMENTS Sera Tuck Week Wim r Vrxil ElirtMi OFFICE HOURS Wluii PrarUThm Who ' s Who CD CD and Why C antinued from pax- ' 7 Mr. Sihj.II. I OMU Pratt ; S|»-t. Wnlnr ShmII. la bm( n lT a i.lr t.. nM ii« jiii MWMbVMcVi ' h " tP f ' rmiil n tU- n tin Ofipoaral. iwrlit «|j lj from U ' liiml 1 Iml l.nlmirfc 111 gwirrwl iM«ata- lit- |lft llll i%»||c.s. . imI piui-iiiUt. l»rcaMcal Small 1- tin- |.n-»i.iViii ..f ib.- Inrxr-m i„ [k mrxilv. ami hi» dntMN urv c uiulnTHonn-. Hi ' w ill .;..n iK hrrfiMi .tu ,i|,].. r .iWnwn. iii fuel flU»m Wur ItoiM- tiiiir, hot tin- ttaVdN .iv.r.lw.l.iwi ' iiR Ihtfmkt .till imrxiini iim- n.-xi fall if wilt t»- MM a mm Mip l MUM w j ' Hmti- n bnk raj mil Iwwi ' vfr : «.irw- tiKirr- cvncrai ikV J. B. Spccr, E.Z. Consulting Specialist If you are Thinking of Forming an Organization you need the best counsel and advice. This is my Specialty. Do not tarry See FOLSOM OFFICIAL ADVISER •I Chtm. Ouk. GUt Cfcib. ScUact Awn., «i t . ALL WORK GRATIS NO CHARGE G. F. Reynolds, E.D. Consultations at all hours A Book Review Practical Mint-ratoay, by J. P. ROWE. Thin iftfMMr i-xi Mttk, whiVh io«n i imnrfli im haeft |.-. |. : .,- | ». lM-. mll) fur Hi- iiv of 1 «iii,|..,,i, „r AC t IM-. TV.!, „f .M,„„ a „„. |t J, ,,„, IntfimVil |iriiiiarly fur ■ ntf«mKS L.4., ritn-Rbttloa uf 1 hi- hiIiJki i matter un-l tin- ilmrami nii l -ini|.lw ;»» .»f t|„. | un . Kiiuffi- riMil wmM wai-ruiHy a |.| ii, »lmr|N-iiiri« id,- witn of rlo.M- itmim r)nt|r» an- Nimilar in ibat uf tie- ■ Icrit in Hi.- iliitil Iviirr afW hIh .- f»MiWiott it l» to Mrtrrnlpa in what l«m of Hi- I niiiil Slain J. Smitli rv«.mV . || |h .iTluin that in .mvri- who bd rom|ilHH) ni.i«t .|- -,| thL whim tlx- r.»r-B«.lnB prohh-iu ».,ul.| |„. 1 W| for nmwWHBihMi, TIm- aiinW ha» not fouml liuw- to llmroiifhl) arrninp- ih«- bunk, awl lltr Mtmt imt Mill lad tlmm in uhh-b i!m« Mihjrc-t» Mbm inrli .itbi-r uiwur ally nuil iimlUtllrtml. Ilowrn-r ihi- mvothI HliiNtn » ill niak- ii ini|M il.iV rur ihi- -iiul.-ut 1.. -iihI a l..«„u witU- •Mil afadyog H MM . ,„„„. j„ vatM-e. Till- I|I,V,.|| »r |||] M i„ it«-iiins Iwl.-r » nutch wi.rk a onli- narit. out ..f Miuh ntN mnrliH ii u » .n»n of tii. mo Itrfllteai uh-iin«u n .i. vam-.M for amnisiic.- |, M ik. In ra».- ilo- »tinliMii .iKi.iior.T nny ha|i U-in MhtVh Ih mil Dot mn irr n-aililv. «l«- aiilhor lm. n-f.-rr«l him to tU- i:ii..i.l.,|«ili„ Itritannl.n. in -ui« ' b umii Ii of ihi- Um will t». f„„ ni | |„ fa,., -imtl... T1„. j IM ih,.r hax — ; , !..,; will nu ni r n«i «|iirMlon» whaii «vr. —A B»Jb«r. CLASSIFIED ROASTS " O. K. " Frat Jeweler Frat Pins Exchanged or Borrowed Farrar Kennett 1 Elocutionist ) Taught, recited and rehearsed at all hours A1X OVER THE DORM CHlic -: Library no W«k Evenings Wm. Vealey Practical Electrician Design Work a Specialty Elrctrical " M ' s, " l ill drtcnptiuiu. wh thrr Uitd ' dfx or irchitrcHir.il DIAMONDS SOLD ON CREDIT One quarter down, test in monthly payments PURE STEELE SETTINGS Addrrjj Gimmunicjtions to 0-2 Cur The Roait THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST 17 Why Spend an Hour in the Barber ' s Chair? WHEN YOU CAN G F. " I A HAIR CUT ANYWHERE, ANY TIME, ON THE CAMPUS Newly Renovated Sophomore Tonsorial Artists ANY STYLE YOU WANT Satisfaction Guaranteed YOU (O, TOUR LOVING WAYS Contlrtiin! ft»m Past A " kiddo attd ■rtL ' .ir tl tor A ha rtrt, " and (be speaker laughed in wicked glee. Campus looked al Grass and they both smothered a lauqh. " Thai, Grass, is one of the most alarming catex, but it ■ nil last much longer. You know they had a qttarrd oh, quite a white ago. And he luid In give her picture back 1 " Oh. oh, Campus I What was lh t blinding Rash right in my face! What! a diamord! No, no, hut there tl is. Oh, iiril it a dear! I never thought tl would w on. Y oit know I feet rc pon ible loo, for ihey slarted right here lluee years a o. But he ' s a fine (all handsome felluA ' , ,md she was going In Lm vi- ta nooa. Well, here ' s heit wishes. Tjo»l other girl i n ' l wearing hers yel, thai other girl lhat i going lo leave us soon, bul maybe she ' ll wait until Commentrmenl. He ' s such a splendid fellow but I don ' t we him oftin onl y when he come now and theji on a flying trip. He never even a !ed m: to help him either. " " Do 1 Trcogtwe tSaT voice. Grass? Indeed | dol It ' s ralher dark and J can ' 1 we very well, bul I know her too well lo mistake Iter. She ' s 1 1 1«- iiKTfy widow ol I lie in! Iege r Long ago I gave up the fruit- less task of trying lo keep my eyes wi her. " No, she ii too far advanced for me. She did not even lake her pre- liminary work wjih me. |h Uct, I think the must have had a very skill- ful teacher before coming to us. " Yes, even ihe football herq went down before the tackle. He I lied hard for a Ouchdown but she limply wouldn ' t lei him make il, " " Did you ay sleepy. Grass Well, you ' re not aceiwlomcd lo ihe hour J keep and the work I dy. Why, I ' m jusl w king up. " " Stop, oh. don ' t right uider ihe tight f ! P ' Campus smiled happily. " Good night. Grass. | fear ihis is going lo be an all night session, for me. but oh, how | lovt n 1 ART CALENDARS BEAUTIFUL ARTISTIC HANDSOME A BEAUTIFUL GIFT SUITABLE DESIGN THE HUBERT ARTCALENDAR COMPANY PHONE, BELL +j 2 BIX 18 THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST May lO, 1911 The Dormitory Modern High Glass cafe: lOCAl NUNAGCMCNT OUR SPECIALTIES Weight Producing Biscuits. Oxtail Stew, an effort to make both ends meat. Beef Hash— The review of reviews. The Irish High Class Vaudeville and Pleasing Photoplays The Jcwnur Vaudeville Syndicate Entire Change of Program and Costume at Each Performance mi IDICLJ T NEW IKlorl n Chestnuts Roast[ed] and Otherwise •Vo Cases I l.t r OIJ h«Mtd ill.- SUltr VOUCS in the Dormitory? Dorm Cifl (while same one plays ( May Jones) " Vou know, we have two factions here in the Dorm. Casey and Anti-Casey. " Miss Stewart: - " I ' m surprised! I didn ' t think any Dorm girl was vwi Anti-Casey. " Mixed Psychology Dr. Hook (In Psycholotry Class), " You can find a Rood d- scription of tHr ryr in Mi Calkin ' Appendix. " Rather Warm Junior Sleigh Ride: Many were cold l ul few were frozen. Monotonous As it Seems in Art Class: " The picture ome. the pictures go. but we stay forever. " Division of Labor Doc Underwood: " Adam chased away the animals while Esr did the older dom.-stic work. " Wayne. I : " Adam didn ' t do a very good job with the snakes, did he? " Which? Lpuiso Smith : ( Appreciation of Art) Tire trees in this picture look rather — Dohhy ' Oh! Mary!! Prof. Stoutemc )cr (In English History) " A book MHI prodicrd in B — •igatnst which all the preachers talked from their pulpits, telling the (K-ople not to read it. By evening next day every copy in town was sold and a new edition ordered. " Mam SMtl " What was the name of the book, please? " GITTLE ' S Safety Raisers Never been known to tail Tried ami Fully Guar- anteed covering a period of one Foot bull Season Terms reasonable Full instructions how to operate sent to all interested of 311 DrorrtpttonG SCENES SNAPSHOTS CAM PI S CAPERS WW. I. A I KM l IMC IVRF.S Pictures Grouped to Order When hi Need of " Good Reliable Pictures CaroK I . Wharton Suite 3 DORM Bl.k. THl: VARSITY 1.YA7 | r ROAST Latest Style Extension Lectures Have you any of tJi following list for MAY? Rowe Standard Records 1911. U. S. SOe Canada tOc 1323 Grasshopper and the (Jastropod 1325 Herpicide vs. Palentology 2323 Love me, Jove my lenthorus 2423 The ink- of the- tailless eodnnjoliedron Reynolds Standard Records t ti- Series. Have never hern used, Guaranteed fn give (Hat iHtUifUt suttnd. 1122 Fall of the Drama 1313 How the Drama Pell 1314 Late Drama Fallings L315 Results «if Fall of Drama 141f) Dramatic hulk 1417 After the Drama Fell I MS U hn the Drama Kell 1419 Because (?) Togo Ampheral Records. Twice irngffi »J ntker words, 133 Kcoiiomic Questions 134 Woman ' s Suffrage in Missoula 135 Why 1 am in Favor of Woman ' s Suffrage 139 W hy 1 am not a Suffragist 231 When we shall have Woman ' s Suffrage 232 Result of Woman ' s Suffrage 233 Remedies, or first aid to the injured Records will Jit tiny standard machine. FOR FLRTHFR INFORMATION APPLY TO VARSITY EXTENSION LECTURE BUREAU THE VARSITY ANNUAL ROAST COLLEGE SPORT CLOTHES You may know from his confident airs; You can tell by his satisfied smile-- The college sport clothes that he wears Are giving him service and style Sec WALTER AYLEN HUM 1 AH VUH.N NO OTHER PI ACE " DON ' T YOU WANT A RIDE? " free ScrYin- Anxuhere in tin- (. ' six CapucHx Tight to I ' u ' ehe LOANED ALSO FOR CLASS H RI ' USI S special CHAUFFERS Bennett XL Conner TAYLOR TAXICAB COMPANY t ' HOXIS Mi lift! MI. HOI US E N D A R 1910 April 20 1912 Sentinel commences its labor . 2 1 Interclass track meet won by Juniors. The Senior also ran. Mrs. Whitaker returns from California. ZX smoker for officers of Fort Missoula. 22 Annual play. " La Malade Imaginaire. " Everybody eat candied apples. 23 " Peanut " i» stck. The Dorm stays at home. 26 La Malade Imaginaire cast banquet Doctor Reynolds. 1912 Sentinel Editors chosen. 27 Final mitii!..- of lecture, course. Laurant the Magician. Whence the little white rabbit? Dana, in A. S. U. M. meeting " I |u l feel like Henry tlx- Eighth. " 28 And lo! as the clock »truck eleven, there appeared myriad of pa jama clad figure . Rol ed in their garments of night, they drew nigh to the May Pole. The bla t of the trumpet sounded, and they went on their way rejoicing. And the girl " beat it out on the balcony. " 29 May Day C arnival. Marjorie Ross and Slim Maclay May Day Queens. That " Aggie " band in the parade on wheel . Dusty lost hi head as usual. The coy Mits F.ggleston made a hit with the faculty. 30 The morning after. Dorm girls hold picnics. 2 Miss Slonrr i it B chapter of K. K. G. 3 Almeda Andrews and C H. Farmer. ' ()9s. married. 4 (las handicap meet, and track learn chosen. (lose race between Tay- lor and C ameron, in the half, result, a tic 5 Singing on the step . introducing " Who howls tonight) " 6 State oratorical contest. Hullerdick " runs away " ith first honors and gold medal. The bell rings. 7 ZN picnic up Rattlesnake. K erybod finally got home. B. S. club held fall meeting at the rapid . (?) l ) ( larkia spread for Senior girls. Z T G box party to see Otis Skinner. 10 Z I G tea for D G inspectors, at home of Mrs. Tyler Thompson. I I First Triangular Track meet held on Montana held. WK howl tonight. Bell rings again, also the srrpentinc was marched. War dance " howling " success. " Doc " forgot his wig. ZX annual banquet at Savoy. 12 Interscholastic track meet opens. Boys declamatory contest. 13 Some more track meet, finals ran. Jolly up at Harnois Theatre. ZX quartette " Stole away. " 14 Athletes wend their way wearily homewards. Dorm girls have some more picnics. " Ch. those wood-ticks. " 1S1 IJ m Suntint t Mlgf I r J " Sunshine club " convene in Hell «uk canyon. 16 " Sunshine club " assemble on Library step . 1 7 Special meeting of " Sunshin club " on Spoony Rock. 1 6 Annual election A- S. U. M. " 11k rmin-1 came, bul I he world rolled on Who stayed up lo see the cornel? Ryan reelected track captain for 1 1 I. Bullerdick leaves {or Eugene. 19 Coach " Boston " Dana resign . 20 Engineer ' s smoker al Professor Rlchlcr ' s. 21 C ' oiiwl in ihe well eclipse of moon in ihe East, How can Doim ijiids watch bolh al once? Dorm girls, have another picnic. 24 Soiorilies withdraw from Pali Hellenic council 2 Doctor t. ' ox leaves for Philippines, l- ' reshmcn (. ' hem class sigh heavily, Z ft banquet their Seniors. 28 Dorm girls have another picnic. 30 Manorial Day. Picnics up Hellgate and Rattlesnake. Eg r CALENDAR r J=y yy j-y k a! mL t f June I Assembly in charier of Seniors. Boosters meeting. Mml .ill the Seniors 3 Instruction ends. Junior prom, the famous romrl dance in tylc. Also 5 Baccalaureate wrmon. 7 Has Day " 191 0 " illuminates ihr clock. Re-presentation of I .a M.il.uir Imagmairr. 8 Alumni Day. Faculty-Senior v». Undergraduate basketball game. Score 23 lo 13. favor of " Undergraduate . " " Slide. Togo, slide! " Dusty makes a home run («lidc?) 9. Commencement exercise . Univer ity luncheon. Also " packing up " day. President ' s reception. 10 Summer vacation commences. " Bood hye. dear old Missoula town. " talked. dances are popular. 14 IS try September I J Instruction begins. FlwKniH arris r. New student ' s reception. (Cheer up. Freshies. it isn ' t always so slow as this.) Old students ommence to arrive. 1910 Memorial liench set up at F.ntramr Gate. In it out. F roclamation issued forbidding freshmen to sit on Memorial bench Dr. Duniway entertain the faculty. Sophomore tonsonal artists commence ssurk on Freshmen. I ■ resh- men audaciously plan to meet, but . They meet, but what? Jack Johnson (alias Wayne), knocks out Russell in the first round. Freshmen elect officers and as- sume heavy burdens of self government. (Sarcasm.) Visitors Day in Convention. Senator Dixon and C ' has. Hall speak. Sigma Nu smoker. 1 9 1 3 Class election. Freshmen warned. Old Girls entertain " New " girls at Woman ' s Hall. Men ' s smoker in honor of new students at Missoula Club. Organization of Black Friars at . Freshmen puzzle: How many half dollars does it take to feed the upper clasvnen? Kappa Alpha Theta I louse party at Bonner. Sigma Chi Theatre parly. Iota Nus migrate. Freshmen cap day. Bill sinks his money in caps. Slim Maclay elected president of engineers. A. S. U. M. meeting. Nominations of candidates for Delegates at large. Sigma Nu smoker. Sigma Chi dance. 22 23 23 24 26 27 30 3 $0nt.in tf- -£ J J f IT TV . October October I Faculty " sports " S b W. B. and U. R, T, And S inspect the fort hlappa Alpha The! a initiation at Know I , Ni ' .v Mmil.iii.i sctnx. Norman Htckrtt (.peaks to student on Shakespearian Haunt . 4 I ' ilSl lIH-CtltlK r r Si lr Ml I A " OI I.Ltllllh. 5 Pignut Nu entertain. 7 Shuol ill Mines ilrf rated, 8 In 0. mi t .tn.i [- |d Reception to visiting team. The serpentine, the bdi and the smile. fi Sigma C hi entertain Uulte girls and vice versa. 1 2 Columbus Day. Nothing doing. 13 " Willie Emmet! chosen to lead seniors in wisdom and council. " 14 " Doc " Reynolds opens up office for hreshmen, Consultations at all hours. Come early and avoid the rush. October 17 " Boost for the UIMMklKUtl " i« the slogan. 18 Notice Small ' s new cap? Becoming) Flection of delegate . 2 I Vanity play 0 to 0 game with Aggie at Bo eman. Mr( o«an: " Somrt ody please start a song or say something. " 24 Sigma Nu banquet. McC ' owan resign eidilor in-chief of Kaimin. and Stone appointed. 25 Fraternities pledge. 27 Fngineer ' s hold annual election. 2H Freshmen dance. " Duky " dre Ml " Walker for circle two step. 29 Sororities pledge . 31 Amendment fever takes Millard to court. Harold i under auspices of A. S. U. M. Manager Thompson, " If we had had a larger audience, why " is.; November 2 U. of M. vs. Utah Aggies, Score 3—5 in favor of Utah. 4 Maude Ballmgton Booth lecture course. 5 Football game with Con aga College at S|K kane. 17 to 3 in favor of Gon aga. 8 Election Day. We won the amendment but didn ' t know it. " Say mister, please sole for the amendment. " 9 Dr. Duniway departs for Washington. Freshies at mercy of Sophs. 12 School of Mines game at Butte. Score 3 to 0 in favor of Montana. Beat them on their own held! Co-ed. prom. " Move rapidly. Ixsys. but don ' t shake the ladder. " Who ' s overcoat is that? " 14 Mare and hound chase, with a little marathon mixed in. 15 Dr. Reynold sees Madame X. " It was so elevating! " " Lost between Dr. Book ' residence and I jbrary a black four in hand tie. Finder please return to Prof. Aber. " 16 Candy sale for benefit of infirmary. 1 7 Domblaser rejects Chicago invitation. 2 3 Thanksgiving vacation Iw-Kins. Monster rally on cars. Perennial freshman; " Who saw my " M " on the mountain. " 24 Thaiik»gi ing Day. Came with Aggies. Score 10 to 0. Varsity wins the Championship. Dance in gym. 25 lota Nu dear (we mean deer) dinner for Sigma Tau Gamma dorm girl . 26 Dorm girls entertain at fudge and darn nig. 27 Kessler returns from " Chermany. " " The university is still here. " 28 Who got caught on the street car. Snow! 29 Slush! 30 Philharmonic concert. Jolly up in Convocation Hall. First hymn by Freshmen choir. McCowan. " Yes. we will kill one bird with two stone . ' Cafeteria dinner in Main Hall Decmba 3 Kappa Alpha Thflta entertain al a reception in honor of Miss Meissner. 6 Glee Club Organized. M Georpr I).in:r-| u! a ilass Governor Morris ' Christmas gift to University. 0 kappa Kappa (iainni.i rr eplion. Wayne takes a nap in history. 10 Skating begins. I I Gladine goes skating. 12 Hubert goes skating. I 3 They meet. 14 Iwed I hieme appointed manager I ' ) I I Football team. Lunch in Main 1 (all for infirmary. Sigma Tau Gamma Christmas tree at Mrs. Chas Farmer ' s. 13 Hi Jmx. The " pretty " girls. Fggleston. Heard and Bishop. 16 Lllen lerry on lecture course. 17 Central Grand Concert Company. Dorm breakfast at 4:00 A. M. 25 Merry Christmas. ? T= t , V j January 3 Happy New Year! Faculty appear. 4 A few students appeal. 5 Law Library donated by Mrs. Dixon. Train I ale. Some mow sludenH. " Gee. I wi»h ] was home again. " b Basketball game wilh Portage. U. of M. team in rote of enthusiastic spectators. 7 Dorm girls too slow for Cm ' watch. No prunes! 8 Thermometer falls. Grand scramble for Dorm partors. 9 New lockers for gym. Edith went lo meet Helen. I bleu didn ' t tome. 10 " Pride noeth In-fore a fall. " C ass look a fall. Cass fell down in (he gravy biown. And the Iray came tumbling after. Freshman-Sophomore baski-lb t]| ii.inic, 20 r 2Z- 11 A. S. U. M. bought new piano for gym. Fatuity met and decided not lo have a dance. 12 Executive committee and Faculty met (in mortal combat). Executive committee severrly wounded. Hugh F. fro r his mu ' ical e-nr. JwilcT ' SanVar Bukfllbkl! fima. Sap Ion tot. Juniors t. I 3 Students dance in Barium Marshall I |,i||. (A howling success..) r y y y y g y s I 4 Kappa Al| ha Theta rntrrtain Sigma Tau Gamma informally. I 6 F.nd of semester approaches. " Sharks " being to " grind. " 17 Junior Freshmen basketball game. Juniors 20. Freshmen 14. Short Foresters arrive. . 1 8 Mrs. Duniway entertains Junior and Sophomore girls at tea. Forester Silcox addresses students in assembly. 19 Kaimin editors take vacation. Sophomore vs. Senior basketball game. 20 War started in the Dorm. Gladys plays " C asey " sixty-five times. 2 1 A bloody battle. " Casey " victorious. Two " Anti-Caieys " wounded. 24 Miss Rankin addresses Clarkia in Women ' s Rights M ovement. Dorn- blaser converted. Freshman class meeting Treas. Vealey. (in report) " I pr. clippers. $2.50. " 25 Isma looks dejected. 27 Mis Stewart returns from F.urope. First semester ends. Iota Nu smoker for faculty- men. 30 Fntrance exams. Reports received. Twenty Freshmen have sore eyes. 31 Registration Day. Honor roll. " Who ' s a goody-goody? " Senior and Freshmen dancf in Barber-Marshall Mall. 100 1 Sigma I au dm tmliation. 2 New course in hygiene. Sensor-Freshman basketball game. Penetralia initial? . Decorators at work. 3 Athletic ball. They were all there. 4 kappa k.t| |M ( amrna initiation. 6 United Woolen and (iold Fleece Manufacturing Company call Frncst Lovrtt away. Sophomore s. Junior basketball. 8 First students convocation. The Senior swing out. Professor Whipple lectured on " Frosts. " 9 Sophomore vs. Freshman basketball. 10 Sigma ( hi freshmen entertain. I I Packard makes some fancy slashes. 13 Organization of Foreign lub. presidency. Kessler regretfully accepts 1 4 St. Valentine s Day Mt K auai rpedb " I Mi " kawai at dorm. K » •» - r T 16 Tag Day. Senior win basketball series in final game. 17 Charter Day Address l»y Dean Hallon " University and the Com- mon lot. " The new " M " erected and shines beautifully. Governor Norri sign law bill. New curtains in dining room in honor of the occasion. 18 Big rally and fire at Milwaukee depot. Hail! Hail? We got the Law School. Sigma Nu initiation. 20 kappa Alpha Tbeta initiation. 21 Engineer ' s Club entertain Foresters at home of Professor Richtrr. Mr. Riley tomes to town. 22 No school! Nine rahs for old George! Fay and Mr. Riley renew acquaintances. 23 Mr. Riley and Fay are »een together. 24 Farl Speer geU a " measly " notion. Also. John Taylor got the " swell head. " 25 Jame Beryl Speer. registrar, has measles, learning Wells has mump . 26 Holmes Maclay has meaner Victor Johnson has mump . 17 I l.in S-wrll ha mea lov Miss Carolina Pack Wharton almost ha measles. 28 Dan Conner has measles. Miss Caroline Pack Wharton almoM has mumps. First meeting of the new Hawthorne. March I After a week ' s " ' gallon " (condensed lo save space) M f - Riley iWW town. Senior convocation with startling disclosures. Sigma Chi initiation. 2 Annual reunion of Sunshine Club. The meeting was an especially en- joyable one as all the members were unable to be present. German club orttam ed. 3 " The Appropriation Bill passed. " " Congratulations. Celebration has commenced to last all day. " Mr. f ' redcll and Miss Sawyer attend the dance. r ) l ussers decide to have Dorm enlarged. 6 Miss Stewart entrrtains Kreshmen girls at tea. 7 Science Association elect officers. Hawthorne also holds meeting. " Madge vacates post of duty in library to study astronomy. " 9 Dobby and ljouise take a walk. 10 Dobby and I.ouise take another walk. I I Dobby and Ijouise enjoy outint?. I I (K rmnK) Dobby and Ijouise take another walk. T T - T T T-T T V Maidl 12 " Sprigg. giddlc sprigg I ' ' - Bennett starts race among fussers. I 3 Track work begins. 14 Address by Sidrcy Dr?w on " Founding a National School for Acting. " Also a track rally in the gym. 14 Kdn B: — " This weather reminds me ' of spring at home. " I ' 3 Dusty send hi regrets for t Jg of war. 16 timernor Folk of Missouri address- students in convocation. Was " »hown " about by faculty. Had picture taken with Las Chiqui- titas for scenic effect. Carrie enrolls in short course in physical culture. 17 The tug of war. Oh. you sophomore . Dance in the evening. Or- ganization of " Wearers of the Green. " 18 The 1912 Sentinel bids a fond farewell to " College Life. " dcntincl ?®vtit Contrste WINNERS OF THE PRiZES Coltfffc droqi HELEN A. WEAR, ' 12 HERBERT H, KUPHAL. 14 C AX toon CHARLES L, EGGLESTON, ' 14 n. Sllnl Pictures GLADYS M, HUFFMAN, ' »3 AIM ' RKCIATION Che 1012 Sentinel is finishcb anb to those ttilio habe brm so hind in assisting to malic our .iiuui.il luli.u ir is. toe uiish to express our sincere thanks. Especially, uic wish ro express our appreciation to Dr. ticnnolbs for his mann lunbln suggestions anb helpful criticisms: to T3r. (Clroo. for hie Work in furnishing maim of the photographs .inb scenes uscb throughout the book; to Josephine pollens. Charlrs I. Cgglcston. Herbert 1). feuphal. Oat £. litrle. anb Ernest €. l)ubert. for heab ings anb cartoons to illustrate the booh; to labns 0L Huffman anb t race £. aner.for snanshots. bJhich habe helpeb grratln to improbe the tone of our Work; to j lontana fcusWcll. ' 09, anb Ionise £. £mith for poems anb stories submitteb: anb I .is fin. to the ebitors of former annuals to tuhom we are inbebteb for maun suggestions. 3f our booh receibes a measure of praise from its reabers. its success is bue in no little part to those toho habe so Willingly lent their serbices anb time to aib the st aff in accomplishing its purposes. Che Work is finishrb; nothing remains but uour berbict. lUc realty that We habe mabe mistakes, but these can not now be remebieb. Our purpose has been to portrait frutbfulln at least a touch of the college spirit, a glimpse of the college life at our ilnibersinn ' « .? Jn the measure in which lue habe bone this, shall lue feel that our efforts habe been hjell spent » LM H [? Our a a University o Montana MtMOttb is Monlana ' i Cardrn GlVJ Montana .St,i«r L ' nivcrsilv Has Hmh Standard Afh-r V«ur h K h S-l,onl t.Wv Y Jl NEED COLLEGIATE mk) PROFESSIONAL Educai™ Standard College Courses o Instruction in-k r FiltlA. iVfOdi. S|hliiUIj. derma, KnslMi. Utenhue, Pibthj Kbittnx, LlilkMOpijr, K-mnniili-s Lfhraijr, ScIpik . [Vydritofy. Bill caHmi, Finn Ati . Mm u-, Pbysksl Goftnre lin.h j, . [lot my, KorMtiy. Plqftjiet, CtaMbtiy, Qwk)fr, aflmcal- 40, .Mailnwarn- . Professional Departments- ISMtriAl, ru n. Cbemfccfl. FVltfJ SWfctf -Slwrl Ooar « iia .Pnr ' Hiirs , [ ' .-Uni.irv, Munii, m ■ liK-riniiis iv ih I ' . s. F uwwi Snvliw, Dtatrlel Nft 1. . nr Nw tfeiwrtiatnt, Htm Yf r» ' Tiinr i- li-udin- to l ' m- tsm v mox— Tt sot i ■» mhw u tefichtn ' certificate In Extension Lecture Courses and Correspondence Courses Kihk-ur i H!iil LiH-Hiri ' . H f |inpiiljir iuf T " St hy l ' ninT i1 L i- ,|B-riji[t i(s, T, :j t»- Ikilil In M iiiNi|i:i , Hlnli. 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J U .K RICE H. F. JOHNSON. Prowler, HORSKY BLOCK IIIIIS . M )N F. Etfablutttd m 188 Keep this fact ever before you Co Eds, k Freshmen, Sopbo- g3 mores— Aom noi n «k» the n i TRADE WITH US feRJ 0 J onc iueJ pre UJ I PAY 0 gi r i nnn r -| r . -i n If you are going to teach, you want to be The Besl Teacher possible. Get the besl professional trai ning available by attending the.. MONTANA STATE NORMAL COLLEGE Diffomul t ' llitU iht nviifcfi to teach icitnoul cxaminationi either in High school or common trhoaf Far Vntvtnitl, graduate thttt it a tpecSci eovfse o one year Irwl ' ig ! i hr degree of Master of I ' eciagogij. Pres H. H. SWAIX. DM™, nUnl- n i r n nnr See WINSTANLEY For Bitter Root Valley Farms and Fruit Lands Loan on City and Farm Property a specialty Wftttrr MonUn N (ion»l Bank BuiMIhk Cor. Higgim Ave. and Main -St,, M»» Oul . 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Technical Inrtitutton and Extenuon H ' ork- foe catatonia and furtKrr information. J. M HAMILTON. Prr.ident. BO F.MAN. MONT. Lucy Sons runNirunc The big House pwwwwjMiu gMKTNM Furnishing Store ° % PA,HTt0 CMIN o ?, r t . Cr dn Pons ETC Pn«T,?L U Good WV.NOOW SNADIS PORTicns lac i cuatain 210 Higftins Ave. mm Anaconda Copper Mining Co. Lumber Department CJJMills at Bonner, St. Regis and Hamilton, with an annual production of one hundred and sixty million feet. Complete factories for the manufacture of box shooks, sash, doors, mould- ings and all kinds of interior finish. CJEitimates furnished from plans. tjjRetail yards at Butte, Helena and Missoula, deal- ing in lumber, millwork, lath, coal, lime, building paper, etc. Anaconda Copper Mining Co. l.urnljrr Drpartmrut BONNER MON I ANA The largest Manufacturers Rough and Dressed Pine Lumber in the West GREETING TO OUR CUSTOMERS E arc glad to announce that we are now settled in our new quar- ters at the old location and that we are better equipped to serve you more quickly and satisfactorily than ever before. The seating capacity has been doubled and in the rear you will find private booths. Some of the conveniences added to facilitate quicker service are the Lighting, Electric Drink Mixer and the Electric Waiter which handles all glassware and supplies between basement and fountain. C We appreciate the patronage we have received in the past and are making every effort to merit it in tlx- future. The Nonpareil Confectionery 134-136 Higgins Ave. -•M7 Mascot Agents for the famous Spaulding Athletic Equipment J.A.GAVANDER General Electrical Supplies taiblnirliroi an J Repairs (Id fliw V of Brldf HARNOIS THEATRE MISSOULA, MONT. Attractions for May and June LEW DOCKSTADTER RUTH ST. DENNIS BLANCH RING SOTHERN nd MARLOWE SARAH BERN HARD MAY ROBSON NANCE O ' NEIU The Moit Briuhlul Th«1r I ndividuality in attire is tr.r ftarttcufar hahit nf discriminating dt esse is. Tkwy know cannot obtain iwthtr niintdualitif, perfect fit, cr sxcfusine features tn start slothing, so t A«y have us rnnM« thutrclolhttS toardrr. Oar rtpulalton has hern tuqtiff by buitdmg fin clot hss, xj 0Ciaittf or th? individual ivhc meant them and tv» know we are mtf -making goad, btcuuim oar trade ' t stiff increasing. Ait woof suits $J$.bQ up. Jos. II. Fitzgerald Your Vacation " Stein Bloch " Of course you ' ll need a Homespun or cool Serge on ycur trip, week end or month end. You ' ll appreciate your new Steim- Bloch when you ' re at the summer Tesorts. Stuin-Bloch experts have studied the styles at famous sea- shore rescrts 1he world around Compare the cut, style, drape, hang, and design of your suit with the best dressers ' — you ' ll come home more than ever a Stein- Block enthusiast All the suwwr fabrics hand -tailored and ready 1o wear. Suils from 125 00 lo $45.00. COEN-FISIIER© THE GOLDEN RULE The M..-t I ' .s-ul ., Tr«Ji nE Sicr WESTERN MONTANA COAL COMPANY Wfcotctale mad R«ul Coal 1W, FERN ALD, Mr- Office. 2 1 1 Hi KB Ln Av OLSEN JOHNSON Con I rat: tors Hebron fire and Prewed Brick Portland Cemenl MISSOULA. MONT. Call on us if you want the best MicaotuJa Nwseiry Co, Salesroom: Mont SHg. MU oula, Mont. PICTURES. FRAMES ART GOODS and COLLEOE POSTERS 312-16 HIGGINS AVENUE EUROPEAN Misftoula, Montana lUCTdC 8fLL« CINTRALLV LOCATIO MOT ANO COLD WATtM TWO BLOCK S F MOM N P Ol •TCAU MCAT ON MIOOtN AVl CAf( ANO BAK IN CONNECTION TELEPHONI Only the Finest Key West end Domestic Cigars MiMcula, Montana STICK TO YOUR ALMA MAT KM YOU CRADI SAVE YOim pennies fqr A Home in Hammond Addition Whq University Quarter A Fitting Graduating Gift i h.K r it it Uih.f I 4 HMnrnatd Addi- tion 10% No b n r ir t ilnl»ni (or ariT Km or ImfcHr U,6fM. PrtDM rtHnv k . Hit rOur kit rMarred now. MAKE HOMEY White jroa hold thftn. HASY " tFMS. South Missoula Land Co, FKANit r, hiith, tocnurt 103 Higgms Ave. □ Those Unanswered Letters Htd ' nt SrCfbaelir ■niwc-nkvnvuon? Thar ' - hiT mat r« tvBd V« hav in una|u Jly Una iuorirrcanl c( lha tln-i ihatwpval 10 e cc ff it41iiad uita. Oar hlch il gradr piparj art tha Nr- n eoo£» it rnutat alrga 4l By Hi " R " n Missoula Drug Co. Hammond Block. MiaiauliL ,» ! : - r ... r . ami |, - Hoyt- Dickinson Piano Co. J JAM}] K I NK R.NABE The World " i B i Piano 125 E. Main Street Missoula. Montana Western Montana National Bank MISSOULA, MONTANA Surplus and Profits, $50,000 Capital - - $200,000 FRED C STODDARD JOHN M. PRICE MJtMula Inmnn and Real Esbto A inner STODDARD PRICE Insurance, Real Estate, Loans Ml AHV Ht HI IClNOfUCf. 106-1 10 Eut Mim Si.. MIS H L.A K) I D. T. CURRAN ' Dealer in Builders Supplies, Stoves and Ranges General Hardware ET US use this means of thanking you for your liberal patronage. Since our debut in Missoula nearly five vtiar ago our Varsity trade has been constantly in- creasing. With a few exceptions, customers of five years ago are still our staunch friends and patrons today. We feel that thru our efforts in your behalf we have given you more and better goods for your money than the department stores could possibly have done in as much as we are exclusive. We appreciate your business, fellows, and assure you we will be even better equipped next staitn to serve your individual I f c i . " B © A " ilUssauUt (Trust aitfc fclHltgs Wiin It fHnuuiuLi, flurt;iiiit Orchard Gardens We were the originators of the Orchard Home propo- i m ;il M .— iz j in position to give the very best value in smalt orchard and g«- 5en li-jct ji well j choice diy property. R. M, Cobban Realty Co. Electrical Contractors Missoula Electric Construction Co. J. MERIAM 318 H logins Ave. INGALLS Electricity Furnished for all Purposes Including LIGHTING POWER HEATING COOKING and ADVERTISING Missoula tkjht d Wjier Co. We Roast our own Coffee We want to know what Coffee we are sellLnjf. so we buy our coffee green Ironi the best importers and roast it ourselves. Then we know it is right. Our best blend (Senllnel BLend) la unapproachable at 40c. Treasure Coffee arid Tea Co MISSOULA Only C«m[i1pte Cab ind lransfer Line In the Cily MM LIVtKY 01 HIKY DCSC-KiPJIfHM Don mwfs - uun ■ st - d MM si. THE CITY SAW MILL WJH 1 1 II Older ff . mjrlly kn- Short MILL WOOD One cid r of THREE or more loads. CREEK, J3.50 per Single toads. GREEN, $3.75 Single taadi of DRY - 34.75 Lumber and Building Material BF4-I- PHOWHS THE POLLEYS LUMBER CO. Crty Olikt: 1 15 Hi ln Avf. fcotrl Ratcs, 30C Up Mr. Builder We Manufacture all Clay Goods in High Grade Ware Common Brick Face Brick Paving Brick Fire Brick Roofing Tile Drain Tile and Lime Standard Lime ® Brick Co. 112 East Cedar St., Missoula, Montana Special Prices for Cor Lead Lois Write for Samples slating Color desired SCHLOSSBURG ' S Regal Shoes and Oxfords Snappy College Styles Thr Dniy ih t mide in the Unilrd Slain ttul gives you pcHrCl tit jnd cucnfuM beCluit tJl y Jif mj.de in U ifa giving fOfl twkf Ihr number lor JiMfajp- FULLY GUARANTEED, $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 You won ' t be disappointed with our work became waaat your trade EEAIRDSLETS STUDIO 314 Maggies Aw. H E. WELLINGTON WE DO NOT DISAPPOINT ZDc Buttr Dirctng ant) CUmiing ELiorKs Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Kid Clcvfi. Fun " iid Kv nii»n Ilnimi ■ Sj ultif French Dry Cl ning Procua SOS S. HIGCJH5 AVE. i W| 4it 6 Puxnk . MISSOULA, MONTANA fc- L L A l»C6 IND, 1612 H. D. FISHER LOANS REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE INVESTMENTS ORCHARD LANDS 113 C. Maim St., Missoula, Mont, E3BBB £££ B CP Healthful Invigorating and an T wish to Announce that »-c will hereafter carry a comp ' ete line ot University TEXT BOOKS NOTE BOOKS AND STUDENT SUPPLIES H. H. Bateman Co. Books. Stationery. Rug Messenger and Parcel Delivery lOc. Service Night Delivery 15c. Pool. Billiards, Cigars A Tobacco Best st feet ion of Pif «s L. M. HIPSHER 106 West Pine Street Florence Laundry " l «ndfrv»f Mi«t " QUICK SKRVICK GOOD WORK N. P. WOODS MEA I MARKET 306 HtfRin Ave J Fresh Meats Fish and Poultry PHONES B ll J45 Ind. 797 Kooffiunn or. Wusbfuj CENTRAL MARKET Wtwltu tad Rnil Fresh and Salt Meats Butter, Ejjjjs and Poultry R ihc«r uo« Pluil FISH AND GAMF. IN SEASON OYSTEHS A SPECIALTY 119 Wcs! Main Si. The Quick Lunch Luiwhc of the market ' hot products lervcd at all hour HOME PASTRY our »pecialty 14 West Spruce St. l»ok lot the Sign WARD I)0t06 AT GORNER OF HICGINS , I . AND I ' INI is | ■J HORSCS BOUGHT AND SOLO KING CO. LIVERY CAB AND TRANSFER STORAGE J. W. Lifter Books and Stationery I I 4 East Main StreH Missoula. Mont. EAD Montana Farm Land»,Citey Prop- erty, Fire ance and Loans HIGGINS BLOCK MISSOULA MONTANA Phone 212-Rad BUREAU OF PRINTING un-iH miiimib« roil MISSOULA MONT. , f.OQto I2 k0 How - hJOlc J 7-00 in fl-00 DRS. WILLARD 8c STRYKER OSTEOPATHS s ind.T[ [lr,: A[«rM □□□oc D □ Missoula Sentinel THE NEWS OF THE WORLD THE VAT IT HAT PENS Special representative! at the Univeriily of 1 nijght and day who tell it a.lL IF you want the Truth Unawcd by influei ihauld read the Sentinel. Delivered t your door For GSc, a month. Both Phur.ti 761 ex n jt OFFICERS First National Bank af Missoula, Mont. Capital - - $200,000 Surplus and Profits, $250,000 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS- TRANSACTED INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS IN OUR SAVING DEPARTMENT AT 3 FED CENT Ft ANNUM II hi it rr Hhujs Uril Jims " rzirf Jiits (TllZlilEQ Th? (Clasps 3fcki George l_. FLAHERTY JEWELER BARBER ® MARSHALL Ofte South Side Grocers 509 SOUTH BIGGINS AVE. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, Inc. A I i 1 1 1 i en | hi ■ I t m» M i n 11. Onc of the largest producers of College Annual , Ma kern of Zinc Ktchin s. Halftones. ColorpJiM and Photogravures from your own or our Copies AH editors can obtain advice and sugges timiN fripm our large art department. unih FiK. t mT RI %AI1 OF FNGHAVIMi =».mi--%n . Tmquu P. Fahi.ky Thos. F. Farley Co. RELIABLE GROCERS 61 1 Woody Street MISSOULA, MONT. Telephone 54 Your i.itronara (M$ M4jM$ adfchwJ Bijou Picture Palace DiHTlion til £ . J. Myrick r ' .ntirt ' rhangr of ]Vo- gram Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, Slriclly moral anti refined. We cater to Ladies and C hi Wren. Meet nv at the FaXKtrite Play House BIJOU Brain Food and Pure and Wholesome MEATS to develop (he Muscles, ThU U wHai the Variiiy boy nted . You always get thr A ». f of f: etylhinR al the Union Market I 30-132 Higgirw Ave. Mi ' Sdula, Montana J M€S DCHMJI.M HELENA FUEL CO. WHOLESALE COAL PtlMWCLL BLOCr. Helena, Mont ISIS T3I)tatre HIGH-CLASS PHOTOPLAY ONLY HAYNON. MEDCALF, Qiehnln ED LB VASSEUR. Vud 1»l Patronize ®. Boost Montana Institutions Montana Independent Telephone Company Missoula Flour MADE AT HOME Q from Home Grown Spring Fife Wheat, by latest improved ma- chinery and modern methods. EVERY family in Missoula and vicinity should use it: remem- ber — " It ' s made in Missoula " Western Montana Fl tuning Company I « I Scandinavian American State Bank £ F Ml - -: HI 1.1 A General Banking Business Transacted fiat e toy at a x in Our ertf etznOrs let us efit eanOf to Ae foyal to tAem STATE PUBLISHING CO, Printers. Binders


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