Morningside College - Sioux Yearbook (Sioux City, IA)

 - Class of 1934

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Britton, Sioux City, PRESIDENT ---------- ,,,,,,,,, W . F. Charles SECRETARY-TREASURER ........... ..------ --------- A - B- Gehfingv Sioux City, EMERITI L. J. Brenner, LaCrosse, Wisconsin J. C. Shumaker, Alamo, Texas L. J. Haskins, Harold, South Dakota Robert Smylie, Weiser, Idaho C. D. Killam, Sioux City, Iowa I . ACTIVE Term. Expires 1934 T. S. Bassett, Rolfe, Iowa Charles Breun, Jr., Sioux City, Iowa J. H. Edge, Spencer, Iowa John Gralopp, LeMars, Iowa P. E. Held, Hinton, Iowa H. E. Hilmer, Rockford, Iowa Mrs. J. G.'Hobson, Sioux City, Iowa G. H. Wessel, Dows, Iowa W. J. Loeck, Odebolt, Iowa Term R. D. Acheson, Sioux City, Iowa M. P. Arrasmith, Cherokee, Iowa E. T. Asling, Chicago, Illinois C. L. Barks, Orange City, Iowa W. J. Bertke, Sioux City, Iowa W. F. Belling, Charles City, Iowa O. M. Bond, Sioux City, Iowa W. C. Porath, Storm Lake, Iowa Earl Tompkins, Sioux City, Iowa J. H. Hughes, Des Moines, Iowa Ralph Prichard, Sioux City, Iowa Ed Rich, Clear Lake, Iowa B. W. Riner, Odebolt, Iowa R. J. Sweet, Sioux City, Iowa J. R. Tumbleson, Clear Lake, Iowa J. C. Rasmussen, Spencer, Iowa D. W. Stewart, Sioux City, Iowa Expires 1935 I J. J. Bushnell, Sioux City, Iowa R. T. Chipperfield, Sac City, Iowa Ralph Gaynor, Sioux City, Iowa C. H. Kamphoefner, Sioux City, Iowa C. H. Kingsbury, Ponca, Nebraska John Hammill, Des Moines, Iowa Miss Alice McElrath, Moville, Iowa B. A. Wendlandt, Dubuque, Iowa Term Expires 1936 C. W. Britton, Sioux City, Iowa Herbert Clegg, Fort Dodge, Iowa C. C. Harshbarger, Onawa, Iowa J. J. Hoffmann, Gladbrook, Iowa H. E. Hutchinson, Spencer, Iowa J. W. Kindig, Sioux City, Iowa M. .I. Klaus, Charles City, Iowa W. H. Lease, Algona, Iowa H. H. Loc.kin, Aurelia, Iowa W. T. MacDonald, Ames, Iowa D. P. Mahoney, Sioux City, Iowa Dr. A. L. Semans, Fort Dodge, Iowa J. L. Menzner, Ridgeway, Iowa John Kolp, Manson, Iowa A. N. 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H. .---nu nm . -U-un.--n . -.--. --vu . .-. -..- .N .nn . . DOCTOR ROBERT ENLOW O7RRIAN, A. M., D. D., Ph. D. Morningside College owes much to Dr. R .E. O'Brian, President. His executive ability, courage in the face of difficulty, and decisive leadership have instilled a calm, fearless confidence in the hearts of all who know him. , " 'SHR- . -1-4'-Q.. X f f P -17 , :r :I---.. ...up .vw- . . .. .. ... . . . . . ...... . .-. . .-......, .. . ,.,.. . ...... . .... ........ ...nm ..-.,....-....-.-.....-m.....-...--....-....-..-........, ., . .......E - -..,...----...... mm mn pw- ...mu .----.. ...... M... N... ...H --W .-m --........ . , ,,,,, gg-.......... . .... . ..... ..... .. ... ... ........ . .......-.... ... .. ... ... ...... .... .M .- --..-.... .. . ...... --- -.--u ...... nn-n nn. m num .um -. nn-nv'-. mmm -1- nw- -m M- .mm nu-vw--1 nu. .nl---,,-2" uf' IlY1I'Y llllll HIIIIIU! llll Ill VIII!! UIVIUI IN IXIPVIIIZ IIIWW Ill! ii! IWK Ill IWW!! flilflvild llnl lullAAI 1' ---nu - I ,nun-n nm nun- mu nr uw-nvuuun mm nm nn .qu nun nyu nlnwvur nun nn'-.1 -"' ......, . . , ......... ..... .. .... .. ,....... ..........- .. .... ..... - "' ...... .. ... .... .-.-- - ... :-..:..::-L. .-4 . 1 - mv nu - nw- funn- nlnuuu- mu -1 .-1.-. .un mn: nun: um' ---nun f ....... .. ,...-........-.-.......-......... ...............-.......,..-.............-.....-....... . . ., -nl, nw..-.--.....-. ...-. .. .... .. .. .... .-.-... . FREDERICK WILLIAM SCHNEIDER Vice President MYRON EARLE GRABER Dean of Men - Y '- 1-I W Il 7 E, - Page 18 X ---qez ... . " "" 1 -M ea-tv. " ' vm. v.. .-1 mv "1' -' . - - . .... ,... . ... . ........ ... gm... .. :........:.....:.....:..... '.......-...............................................:.'.':'.' 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Assistant Professor of Ancient Languages Carleton College, University of Chicago, University of Colorado, University Wisconsin. S. M. of I D' gl YY, " "' X X ASEE' , Page 20 CLARA LOUISE ASMUS, Mus. B. Instructor in Pianoforte Morningside College. META BRASS, R. N. Methodist Hospital. MRS. HELEN BUCKINCHAM Assistant Librarian LILLIAN ENGLISH DIMMITT A. M., L. H. D. Dean of Women and Professor of Ancient .Languages Illinois Vifesleyan. Columbia University, University of Chicago. American School of Classical Studies. Rome. Z 1 LE -U 5313 I. tri. ilxjjl. Htl-,L x Q L-, ., ey:-,E , m'w!-" , ... - ... Iwwvn nn. , , ..1. .. ..... 4.-.-.U .- .vw- uu -mm nn-nuuuwvnn-'un-gnu'-ur'-1 . m: H -W.. 1. .. . . .-----.-w-..-.-n-v-...-....-....--- . . .' 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Treasurer anal Business Manager Morningside College. IRA JAMES GWINN, B. S.. M. S. Assistant Professor of Physics Morningside College, University of Iowa. JOHN WESLEY HOFFMANN, A. B., A. M. Professor of History and Political Science University of Minnesota, University of Chicago, University of Berlin, Univer- sity of Bonn. HENRY FREDERICK KANTHLENER, A. B., A. M. Professor of Romance Languages Cornell College, Harvard University, Institut Francais and University of Madrid, Spain, University of Chicago, University of Dejon, France, National University of Mexico. ,,,- H I ,,,,,,, , ,A .... -. ... .... ... .. -1-.--'n un----. I I I un-:uni ..... .----.-.. MARGARET E. FRANKE, Mus. B Instructor of Public School Music Oberlin Conservatory of Music, New York University, Pupil of lsadore Luckstonc. MYRON EARLE GRABER, A. M., Ph. D. Dean of Men and Professor of Physics Heidelberg University, University f Iowa, University of Michigan, Columbia University, Ohio State University, University of Chicago. HORACE BOIES HAWTHORNE, M. S., Ph. D. Professorlof Economics and Sociology Iowa State College, University of Iowa University of Wisconsin. BIRDINA HILL, B. Mus. Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Ohio. Pupil of Andre d'Ribanpierre Louis Persinger, Maurice Hewitt, Josef Fuchs. Q I ' :Hits , ul' .. - A . . ..sf -- -- is-11' 1 - '. Q l X N lf Page 21 I Mus. B., B. S. Mus. . l 'Q Qu: .3 - --------- ----- H- - - - - - "--"--......:............ .............J.....:. ..:':.:'.1,:..-.4:. ....., .. - --5.-.:..-.-.U ...... .n.....m...'nn:'wN.w'.:n.':'ur'?-'r--ml' nm' N-U lu, ,,,,, ,.,.. ....-.nn W... mu? -" . ":: ""f,!!'.Y.112!L' """ RT-'7-"' m .....m. . M...-.... ... .... ...-. 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Assistant Professor of Education Southwestern College, University of Chicago, University of Colorado, Columbia University. if Pave 22 U LUCY DIMMITT KOLP. A. A. C. O. Instructor in Organ and Theory of Music Illinois College of Music, Conservatoire Americainc, Fontaineblcau, France. MARGARET MARGRAVE. A. B.. A. M. Assistant Professor of English Language North Central College. Napersville. Illi- nois, University of Chicago, University of Colorado. ELIZABETH NEWTON MacCOLLIN Mus. B. Instructor in Voice Culture Oberlin Conservatory of Music. DANIEL LESTER MCCOY Instructor in Voice Culture Morningside College. nn, - .. ..... . .... . .......... . ,.... ........,. , - -.. 1----w--n .mm 1 -1 n ' nu-wvvv1m.nn'n'vu-u---w'wn-nu'wnnu-nwu'..nunnnv-uununun mm- nu..-NAT, f - :.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, mn pm ummm nn-nun- ,mn nun nn-u mn mn nm 1-.-nun mt- .---. :. - ,,,-0-.H .mm "' . - .ra -. fn.-m . ,-v.---uw n- rv-1 1--. m -um vu- --1. 1- -nnnuunv nw- .nun-f,-.L..- - 7a............. 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B. l . . , ,, M. tj Assistant Librarian Southwestern College, University of in ,- Kansas, University of Iowa. N 1 JASON MCCULLOUGH SAUNDERSON, 1 A- A.B. I i A Professor of Physical Education 4' I Albion College. X ' cago, University of Michigan, University .Q N N lf! ijmr :,'fff""" Page 23 MARIAN NIEHAUS, A. B. Instructor in Physical Education Cornell College, University of Iowa. MAUDE AZALIA PRICE, A. B., A. M. Librarian University of Kansas, New England Conservatory, Boston, University of Chi- cago, University of Wisconsin, Univer- sity of Iowa, Columbia University. JAMES REISTRUP Instructor of Pianoforte Pupil of Rudolph Ganz, Pupil of Erich Schmall, Pupil of Fritz Voegeley. GLEN ROGERS, A. B. Assistant Director of Physical Education Morningside College. - .- ss rf ww sv:- .:r"" .' ..EH".j54?Zr'1':fL'tlE-E-"f' ' .... .-........ ....-.... .. . .. rn - I """' U .. 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Assistant Instructor in Pianoforte Morningside College. GLADYS TrMM, Mus. B. r Assistant Instructor in Pianoforte Morningside College. -45 .4 -:HE liUlll'fli'l' l'lNl,UW GWBHIAN A. N1..Ph. ll., ll. ll. l,fI',Sl'l1l'l1l lJr'l':uiw l,'IllYl'f'llf', flarrvt liihlical ln- slitulr, Nortliv-.4--torn University, Wesley t.Uill'Lfff. SANlL'l'fl, CllAlil.l'fF STEINBRI-INNER A. ll.. A. Xl. 1,ffl,i".Y.Xllf nf UPIDIHII Charles City Colle-gc. lfniversity of Strassburg. 'I'ht-ologiral Seminary. Frank- lurt-un:-Nlain. fin-rmany, Ifniversity of Chicago. 'l'l'l0Nl.-XS C.-Xl-IlliliWO0D STEPHENS, A. ll.. Xi. D. l'rujt's.vor nj Biology University of Chicago, Kansas State Uni- versity. Nlarinc Biological Laboratory, lYootls llolc. Xlassachusetts. FAITH FOSTER WOODFORD. A. B. Instructor in Pionojorte and History of Music Iorningsiclc College. Berlin Conserva- Dry of Music. University of Michigan- ' r XX , 9 -- ff- x new-If Page 24 x it X 'ilu Il I . 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Vice President, Professor of Bible and Religion German Wallace College, Drew Theo- logical Seminary, Baldwin University, University of Chicago. ESTHER WILHELMINA WHITE Secretary to the Business Manager Business Office. LEE STRAIN Student Promotion ETHEL THOMPSON KUCINSKI, Mus. B. Instructor in Pianoforte and Normal Music Morningside College. 4 1 xxxqutls 1 y .:!K"- i If 1. siflii' ' f- W .Q -"' N Page 25 F- H...-.. . nu .. 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I I'-I -,.,,,,.,. , d ur .mp ,.---,.,- .nm - ""' -Q SCENES OF MORNINGSIDES CAMPUS r , 1, - xx Page 26 Papaases QStudentsj There the wrinkled old Nakomis Nursed the little Hiawathag Rocked him in his linden cradle Bedded soft in moss and rushesg Safely bound with reindeer sinews Lulled him into slumber, saying, 'cEwa yea! My little owletfv II VW I I I I I I I I I I I I I F I I I I I. I 5I II II I II I I , I , II I l, ,I If I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I, I. I I I I I I I I I I I I se- rg., .. ......-.- M.. m . . . . . ........ . nn . n-nm., .,,, ,, - -- ee:-,.-.v-.W .....- -n.-nw..-1...-'v'm.n.-.n-vwn-.-.v-n.,'..w..-'-.n.'unwm.nv-u-.-...m ....,. lm-:n-N .. .-..-una.: um- num. mn nm mmm- ..-unnwn un.. nn.. num .nn ...n .un .-1-nun ..,.. .-.-" Q --a ' .'..:.-..'-.H .....- .'-- N.. .. N- .... 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Janice Hagy Howard Robson Class of 1193 3 OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,, H d owar Robson Vice President ..,,,,, U H b B 61' EBIT 01195 Secretary-Treasurer ------------- M F yrna ritts Student Council Representative ..,,, J . H anice agy L x ,.-1-"' i 7 Q37 .'L'i" 4' S' xx W Page 28 5 ' , in--. . . -.- . - ... . .... ....... . ... . ........ ... . ......a ............. ... ........ ....................-........................................... ... -... --:-,..,.....-....: ...,ar ..... '..... ...,..... ...,........ ..... ...gh-...... .gn .. ..-.,:.'.::.....g,'...':.z:...::- - ... .....- ............. .............. ... ,... ..... . ...-.... ...... ..... ... ...... ...... .. ........... ........ ... ..... ... ...... ...... .......- ..:::: ::::::.-:'-:- .f- 1-.--,Ili-uri-I nun: nnnnu nun un :nun mul: rn uuunnnun nuns nm nn: nur mn nun: nunvun- um- 1 -nun? C . -- 6. ........ ..... ........ .-.... ........ ..... ... ............. ...... ..... ..... ..... ... ...... ........ ...... ........ nun: .Tun nun-rn nn - nn I. in- nnmuu-nn nt m-1 mn ... JCL- 'n .-I 1-1. mn-up uw" "' "'L-- "" "" ,... .. -:,...:: . ... .. ..... ..... ...:... ............. ... ..... ........ ..... :.....-...... .....'.::au: -f ... ............ ...... I ... ... . .... - -I N m . ,... . .... . -.... CLARA BERCMANN Seney Kappa Zeta Chi, Secretary, Directress, Beta Beta Beta, Secretary, W. S. G. A., Treasurer, Vice President: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Art Club, Vice President, German Club, Biology Club, Secretary. "Vain pomp and glory of the world, I hate ye." LELA BERND Manson Grinnell College, Art Club, German Club, Y. W. C. A. "Silence is more eloquent than words." HAROLD BOLLMAN Sheldon Sheldon Junior College, Phi Sigma, Football, Basketball, Track, "M" Club. "A smile that's worth a million dollars, but doesn't cost a cent." HELEN BOTTOM Washta Kappa Zeta Chi, Secretary, President' Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, President, Stu- dent Council, Biology Club, Interso- ciety Council, Alpha Kappa Delta, Didaska, Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary. "All but herself admits no parallel.' X , MURIEL BATHO Onawa Kappa Zeta Chi, Intersociety Council, Chapel Choir' Ves er Choir W' A A , p , . . . Board, Secretary, Yale-Harvard, Cap- tain, Sweater Winner, Sioux Staff, Freshman Green Sheet, lntersociety De- bate, Spanish Club, Treasurer, Dra- matic Club, Ishkoodah. "There's little of the melancholy in her." FLOYES BEAVERS Mount Zion, Georgia Dramatic Club. "Begone, dull care, thou and I shall never agree." HERBERT BONES Allen, Nebraska Phi Sigma, President, Football, Basket- ball, Track, "M" Club, Vice President, Senior Class, Interfraternity Council, Spanish Club, Representative .lunior Man. "There was a youth, a well beloved youth." KATHERINE BLAZER Estherville Estherville Junior College, Alpha Sigma, Directress, W. S. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Eta Sigma Phi, Vice President, Delegate to National Convention, Ves- per Choir. "A heart as sound and kind as in this world thou canst find." I . I gqqiflw .- v iggll' D- K 1. -s- sesi' , ...ul J ,, 19 ... A .- ,l""- 4,7111 Page 29 nu ...H as nun-I I "".'-'1 " ' 17...-' il.. . 5 -- - --------- -'--- H- - '.....J.,......:......:..........................3.g-l:n ,M Im ,-nm H gm-,, .- -'--4-'S'-"""' """ """""""' mmm! I'l"""" ""' """m .um .un nn- vu nnnwnuv mu .nn- -' ""-l'1""' """ """' ""' 'f-"' -1- mum. . .-..-.- m mr .W-fm' -'U N, mn, ,,,,,,,,-,, ,,,,, nun., . :Q----H -" mrs ...... ...M . ........... ..,...... ... ml H- W, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,- ,,,,,,,,.3. , . T" """" """ ""' mn up :nun munn m Iuunnnwu noun nm ml' ,nu nun nun nununnr nm: Anolon. .- nwlvvv 'HH' """"' uf .-..nw--n mn- .M . ,. .- .-... .. .-....... ...... ........g,,, , - .,., .- 'nun nu- p-nn- an ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ..-. . - ,,,,, ,,,,,, --, ,,., , 4 mz."" , ,f:..'.' .Tn--nu' "HI" """' ""' n n " un? an mu nun lu non. n .nun-1v::' 13'-'. .mm '---1nJ:i-,.. f ""'rJfGT:F H-: -': MIL'-T-" -115'-'1 -v-'----1 -'-A '1'.':..':",.."':'....:w:............. .. . -.....-1- , ,-Ae:--:::::1:1g:I'i "' -1-wwvun-.-n I A , , , ..-...ru .. ur- ....-- ..--.-.-- .. J:-: :uuu....-- -w-'funn'-nu--'nuns .. H' . "" ROENE BROOKS Fort Dodge Alpha Sigma, Directress, Treasurer, President: Pi Kappa Delta, Secretary- Treasurer. President: W. A. A. Board. Vice President, President: Intersociety Debate: Varsity Debate: Provincial, State. National, Forensic Convention: Agora, Vice President: Sioux Staff: Collegian Reporter: Student Council: lntersociety Council: W. S. C. A.: Dramatic Club: Yale-Harvard: Sweater Winner: Honorary Hockey Team: Hon- orary Basketball Team. "To know how to hide one's ability is a great skill." LE CLAIRE ENGELKEN LeMars Kappa Zeta Chi. Directress: Sigma Mug W. A. A. Board: Chapel Choir: Madri- gal Club: German Club: Reader's Clnbg Ishkoodah: Y. W. C. A.: Yale-Harvard: Sweater Winner. "I must have liberty withal, as large a charter as the wind, to blow on whom I please." THELMA BURGESS Billings, Montana Montana East Normal School, Delta Psi Omega: Kappa Zeta Chi: Vesper Choirg Ishkoodahf' "Any kindness that I can show to a fel- low being, let me do it now." SPENCER DAY Sioux City Nebraska University: Delta Theta Pi: Foreign Relations Club. "Besides, he was a shrewd philosepherf' i l ! .,- - ,X Page 30 LOIS CRANE Battle Creek Ames. Sigma Alpha lota: Alpha Sigma, Secretary. Chaplain: "Miss Morning. side": Agora. President: Y. W. C. A., Vice President: Representative Junior Cirl: .lunior Class President: Student Council. Vice President : President, Loveland Hall: Chapel Choir, "Innocence in genius and candor of power are both noble qualities." DOROTHY CROSS Akron Kappa Zeta Chi. Critic. Directress: Reader's Club: German Club: Madrigal Club: Chapel Choir: YY. A. A.: Y. WZ C. A. Cabinet: Agora Board: Sioux Staff: W. S. C. A.: Spanish Club. "She is young, wise, and fair." WILLIAM DROMMER Pom eroy Alpha Tau Delta. Steward. Treasurer: Freshman Football: Band: Y. Bl. C. A. "Ez'eryone lures a ja! man." CRYSTALLE DASHER llniota Kappa Zeta Chi. Treasurer. Directress: lntersociety Debate: XY. A. A. Board: Yale-Harvard. Captain: Sweater Wvin- ner: Honorary Hockey Team: Honorary Basketball Captain: Sioux Stall: Inter- society Council: Ishkoodah: Didaska. Treasurer: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. "ll"ilh o head as level as her hear! is big." fi f74"iz? '-lr. -lf 541r,,' 154 .A lgfg, xn'1 Snail: 1'-I '. IS .Lal gn'l'33 .Nw 'vw . Q .. '- bil .v"' l-3 ' lv rf A If If I I HA l ' L! t rl' . if I' JJ 5 Oli bf , . if if ' A I. J, 4-'if ,. Z T' 7' -.1 ...- 1 ,Q ,-, - U' - - .1 . I nv -. 1 - .-nu: .- vw: I .I In-nm., ....... nn., M - . .- .... nw...-nm.-vwnm. f---u .-nn nv-nn nv-un-1 n-nn rn- 1- v-u ... , Q.. - 'Z-,-nn-uv ...un 'nun mn nw. nmwn- ---nvnn nm nun man un mn nm v-I-nun JJ.: .L'!:::v 5.-..-.... ...... .-- nn. - H. -.. m-nw. . .m-----W -. .-v m-. m -M -n v-vu up mnwn-.1 ....-- unsung,-H -- - - ----u .....- nun- nm nl noun -nun n -vnuuvwu nm-nn an mn -nu fm- nun. n-.nn-n nn... nunu- '-" .f- cusnnuvv nu.: nnnvu mn nu :wsu mu-n m nunnnwu nuns nm mn nu: mn nun' nunnun-. .....- nn...-x' -. - f ..:-:.:-..-. ....-. .-nn... H... vnu- -n ur -.-mn.-u ...vw .nn nm .nn nu. mm mn-nu u... nun..- -.---... ...... .......... nu... ...-.. -- ..-...-..-.. -.. -W ...- ...n .-. -.... .. n-nm ...... .u------ , ,.. --... n-.,.,.. .... 1-nuunn -1.-v...-n.. . .-. nv . . . 211!n .1.l..' .'.1'.--...H -n ' nw- ' -nl-1 nn-n-.- -1.-1 .nu .--v. " m-1'n1'FJw 'Quill 51ll-'.I:l1'J:.-f-- ' . .nun -....- nn-n-.-w'-.n'wn.n-'-n-.'..------w-.-'-.n-v-,..n--nn.-n-- ...un . -nn -- .. . .1-:-:-nu ...... n-vwvv-n-nwuuww-u . . . . . .. -. .H-. . .-. . . -.-.-.-Q. .-'n-- ....-. ..----.-- MYRNA FRITTS Sheldon Sheldon Junior College, Alpha Sigma, Vice President, W. A. A., Chapel Choir, Y. W. C. A., Secretary-Treas- urer, Student Council, W. S. G. A., President, Dramatic Club. "The best conditioned and unwearied spirit in doing courtesiesf' LU AIDA HALL Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary, Alpha Kappa Delta, President, Phi Sigma Iota, lntersociety Debate, Y. XV. C. A., Sioux Staff, Spanish Club, Readers Club, lshkoodah. "She has no trait more striking than her common sense." EDWARD HAENFLER Avon, South Dakota Alpha Tau Delta, Football, Basket- ball, "M" Club. "He is truly great that is little in him- self and that maketh no account of any height of honors." GLENN GUSTINE Moville Alpha Tau Delta, President, Y. M. C. A., Social Chairman, Chapel Choir, Glee Club, Octette, Dramatic Club, Biology Club, Student Council, Inter- fraternity Council, President, Spanish Club, "New Brooms." "Tirne! I dare thee to discover such a youth and such a lover." .Q --Z lv 4311, 7- 'W Page 31 MERRILL FRITTS Sheldon Sheldon .lunior College: Phi Sigma: Alpha Kappa Delta, Basketball, Track, Chapel Choir, Glee Club. "On his zznernbarrassed brow, nature has written 'gentlcrnanhi' LOTS GESSELL Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha, Critic, President, Pi Gamma Mu, President, W. A. A., Edi- tor ol' Sioux "32": Y. YV. C. A. Cabi- net, Collegian Reporter Staff, Fresh- man Green Shcet Editor, lntersociety Council, lslikoodah, Treasurer. "She is checked for silence but never taxed for speech." FRANKLIN EVANS .Sioux City Dcita Theta Pi: Symphony, Band, Chapel Choir, Vesper Choir, Soloist, Octette. Soloist. "Conhdence is the conqueror of rnen.', JANICE HAGY Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha. Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, Alpha Psi Omega, Sec- retary-Treasurer: Dramatic Club, Secre- tary-Treasurer, President, Vesper Choir, Agora Board, Student Council, German Club, W. A. A., Y. XV. C. A., "What Eveiy Woman Knows", "College Wid- ow", "Doctor in Spite of Himself", "Tombs", "New Brooms", Readers Club. "Many talents she possesses, not all of which she e'er confesses." 2 ' ' . ........ - ..... .............J. ...::. ..:':... .1.:...'.z:. ..,,f,, - --------- ----- -'- ,. ... ..:--J----1--------""'P ..... ...:.. ....... .... ..- ---.. ... ....m.1zzrr.1:::: -- - ----elftlwiuli lnul aiilll '-'vi IIIIHWVI l""""' :wr nn-un ni rin! nn! ll!!! lU.ul""-X INN- ...II-I ,if "" """ ""'1"fL'g RT- '- " :-':" "'-: HM- -' "": sw sv: mm ..........- ........a- . . , - 'T'?"" -I' . H IIIIIKWUUU "' ""." 'Yi IIIUYYU Will lllllill llllll lllllll' .ff - - v w '-1337 """"' N3 "' mv.. ":L':'.L'l " " "' "H" "' 312 . ...: zz: -g f-1'.::. ':.. .... . .1:::rtu::1:: '-J' f --1:.----- --'-'- --'.::: ....-... .., -.. -- --- ----- --1 .. ... ...... .. mu, ,W ,,,,, -4 if ' :r51rF-'-1Hff-'--:J-- -'ul - .'::.'.. " .'::. ... .......:..-- "' M.,'1- .p -.--.Z'.L'.L!'.U-T.-L'EA1L!T swf :- . .5--------Hg ---'- '---'-...'.:'............................ A , ,, .......... . A -Tiana gm ,,,,,.,,,,.,.. . , . . . .. A W, - ,. .-.:2:':nn- --mn nn-nwuunuu MARJORIE HUNTER Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha, Critic, Vice President Agora, Treasurer, Editor of Sioux '33 Student Council, Secretary-Treasurer lshkoodah, Secretary. "Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat. So therefore let's be merry." RUTH HENDERSON Sioux City Wayne Normal, Wayne, Neb., Sigma Tau Delta. "Why, know you not that I am in love?" DANIEL JORDAN Sutherland Sigma Theta Rho, Sigma Pi Sigma, Interfraternity Debate, Chapel Choir, Glce Club, Y. M. C. A., German Club, Art Club, Pre-Engineers Club, Secretary-Treasurer, Foreign Relations Club, Dramatic Club. "Much Ado About Nothing." GERALD KNIGHT Goldfield Cornell College, Delta Theta Pi, Sec- retary-Treasurer, President, Glee Club' Vesper Choir, Interfraternity Council Secretary, Spanish Club. "Rare compound of oddity, frolic, and fun. Who relishes a joke and rejoices in a pun." s 1 -9 X QDIIL - "' Page VERN HOSHAL Sioux City Albion College, Albion, Michigan, Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Beta Beta, Vice President, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pre-Medic Club. "Crave authors say, and witty poets sing that motrtmony ts a glorious thing." RUTH HULSE Algona Kappa Zeta Chi. Vice President. Presi- dent: Sigma Tau Delta. Vice President' W. A. A. Board. Treasurer, Y. W. C A. Cabinet: Yale-Harvard: Sweater Win- ner: Chapel Choir: Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary, Ishkoodah, Treasurer, s Didaska. "Absence makes the heart grow fonderf' OMA RUTH ISENBERG Lohrrille Penn College: Alpha Sigma, Dramatic Club. "I have no other, but a u'oman's rea- son, I think him so because I think him so." ELMA KOHL Gilmore City Alpha Sigma: Vesper Choir: Dramatic Club: lshkoodah. 'By my troth a pleasant spirited lady." P +' T 'z 5 l U r Fl Trl' gexu 0'J. Lifl 5.33 .,.- l a.. -,: 41 l 91 fir LSE ll - I F it 31 Q., . ,- -----nv ..- nu 1 - I -I - - U-fu: I' nu: I .I .nv-:nu-7.1-1 .nu --v- nn nw-nu -vvvuv-.nn nn-un -1-nn nunn -1-.-nun' 1'-n nu- .-n-n n-, mu -h--nu'-vw -T.-If nu:-' mn 'nm mmm. ---nn-n mn .nm -um. un mn nm v-.-...W .. - .....-- -' in-nu . --- nn - n- -mv . m -. m num nn nu- 1- -nunnnv nn- ..----..g.-.... -v----n nm- nnuu nm nv un-un 'nun 1 nun-'nun nnnvn -vu mn -u mn nun- -'nun'-nu .mm nun.,- ,,-f -snnnnv mn: nnuvn mn un rn-un mann wi nunnnuu nnvn nm uni nu: mn nun: nunuunn um- -mu.-:ve - --- 'l -wunrwv I l :annul run Irvin! ull! nr uonnvvllnn rllnl Inn luv lla!! nl! Unnlv- lnllillll lllnll lllllll ..- -. -W .nw .- n U- U- - -.nv .....- .u..-.- .--1-nun ni m mn nl --v. n ...U m- m-nv I .,.-- """" ' -' "" """ ""L" "' " Zh'-31 nn-.nun nu -Tn -n :nn run vnu-:.-1iilu'.::L1'J' ' -Q..-v- 1-vw 1-w-nn-v-n nn nn nv. vnu: -1 1 nn-1'--nnunw-:vunuru I I I I I - - M l 'I 1 ug...- LOUISE MCCRACKEN Manilla Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Mu, Secretary. Treasurer, President, Mu Phi Epsilon, Secretary: Dramatic Club, Chapel Choir, Madrigal Club, Ishkoodah. "Brecity is the soul of wit." WENDELL McDOWELL Sioux City Alpha Tau Delta, Vice President, Sigma Pi Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer, Presi- dent, Y. M. C. A., Social Chairman, Pre-Engineers Club, President. "An ajable and courteous gentleman." DWIGHT MACKAMAN Colome, South Dakota Sheldon Junior College, Phi Sigma, Vice President, Football, Track, Collegian Reporter. "He is complete in feature and in mind with all good grace to grace a gentlemanf, RUTH McDONALD Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha, President, Beta Beta Beta, Historian, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Agora Board, Intersociety Council, Sioux Staff, Biology Club, President, Art Club, German Club. "When I have a thing to do I go and do it." LOUISE MCGREGOR Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary-Treasurer, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Art Club, President, Spanish Club. "Fine people like ,ine deeds need no trurnpetsf LEOTA MAY MCCOY Sioux Rapids Kappa Zeta Chi, Critic, Vice President, President, Phi Sigma Iota, Secretary, Chapel Choir, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Agora Board, Intersociety Council, W. S. G. A., Spanish Club, German Club, Dramatic Club, Ishkoodah, President. "Coquetry is the thorn that guards the rosef' MARGARET LING Sheldon Sheldon Junior College, Alpha Sigma, Secretary, W. A. A. Board, Intersociety Council, Phi Sigma Iota, Treasurer, Y. W. C. A., Vice President, W. S. G. A., Didaska. "Zealous but modest. " VIERLYN MARTIN Mapleton Vesper Choir, Y. W. C. A., Art Club, Christian Service Club, Didaska, Ishkoodah. "A combination of admirable industry and quiet friendliness." Q I U 1 '-I 'xx I N y .gg I D- - A szfrsi f Q- N N ' l - - ll 1 ' f 1 I lll ' Page 33 ""', ' F-5. ' ' , .... . . ..... - nu v I ' " ' """'u'pvnwn--nwnuuuuuuuunuvwnrngznru nu it - nn: Q -'--1- - -- -- --',-:.':.'-'- """':.11'.:-':-':":-'f--f-- -J.-- 1---,..' -1-x wr: ::.':.'.. .. ... ....... .:..: .1::::r " ""1-"'-2"'-""L'--- '-'- -1 "' . .. mm .: mu... .... ...I 5-3 gg ----,,g ,,-nHg:.1:,fr.v.nm'-:- A - ........ .. ....... ..... .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ..... .... -- ,,,,,,, ,, ,, , , ..f- ---v--vv,qw ,quam ':::.'-' ....':.. ":L':'.:1 .... ......... .---- un' sw ....: 513 - ::?'.-.'5'-I..-.:.'fE" :.z : z:?5i- f -HZTIL .. ...... .-........ ........ -nn -.- ...-...... '-Z 3:5 mn - 'ww , ,,, ' H'-1 I , .gn..,:.u::.., . in-.W-.. 333- H- -I g,','5..":'. "" nn -Tu .nzf-:v?:'E"'1r.+n-L'-'-.fry Az-Fra: -ivwvuu -1 -1 nnunwwunvwnnvuvvu l ""' .nun 1 1'-u "" "' . . ........................... """"""""" ""' LLOYD MATTICE Paullina Sigma Theta Rho, Vice President: Sigma Pi Sigma, Y. M. C. A.: German Club, Biology Club, President, Pre- Engineers Club, Secretary, Foreign Rc- lations Club. "He is a well made man who has a good deterrninationf' ALLEN RICHARDSON Sioux City Alpha Tau Delta, Vice President: Alpha Psi Omega, Vice President, President, Sioux Staff, Vice President Junior Class, President Student Body, Dra- matic Club, "Doctor in Spite of Him- self", W'hat Every Woman Knows", "Ile", "Twelfth Night", "Rip Van Winkle", "Lady Windemere's Fan", "College Widow", "R U R", "The Piper", "Cloudburst." "Uneas' lies the head that wears the ll LAWRENCE OSGOOD Sheldon Sheldon Junior College, Sigma Theta Rho, Treasurer, Pi Kappa Delta, Y. M. C. A., Pre-Engineers Club, Treas- urer, Sigma Pi Sigma, Christian Service Club. "He was wont to speak plain and to the purpose." HOWARD ROBSON Jewell A Sigma Theta Rho, Secretary, President' Pre-Engineers Club, President, Inter- fraternity Debate, Varsity Debate: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Collegian Reporter, Student Council, lnterfraternity Coun- cil, President Senior Class, Spanish Club, Board of Control. "He can not flatter. An honest mind and plain, he must speak truth." l ,f-"Ky, -E5--li lim Lum: Page 34 CLAUDIUS MEHRENS I-lurtley Phi Sigma. 'l'rr-asurcr, President, Alpha Kappa llelta: Business Manager Sioux "SIS", lnterlraternity Council, Band, "I um not in the rule of common men." DORIS ROCKAFELLOW Sioux City Alpha Sigma. "I lore tus! libraries." ELENORE QUINN Sioux City Pi Kappa Alpha. Critic: Sigma Tau Delta. President: lntcrsociety Debate, W. .-X. A.. Vice President: Yale-l'lar- vard: Honorary Basketball: Sioux Staff: Collegian. Green Sheet Editor: .lunior Class SCCl'CillI'y-'llI'L'ilSllTCI'I Alpha Kappa Delta: Pi Gamma Nlu: "College XYidow." "Faster llzun her tongue did mulfe of- jwzse her eye tlitl llltllft' il up." Sioux City Beta. Beta. Beta. President: Biology Llub. Secretary: German Club. Presi- dent: Cosmopolitan Club. Vice Presi- dent. President. "HP N111-YI. he is. he can not be but u'i.ve." - ., , Y xx .. .Y- -,1 f 'E 1 t . ,,- ...- . .. ... . .... ....... . .... . .....,.... ...... ..... - -,- .,.---.n ...... ......-.......-n'.m.-mn-n---wn-.-w'w..-.-n'.-.--.n.n.-.-n-..-m ...,,. . -4.34, .. , ,N-nn-rv lm.. nun mn pm mmm. --nwnn mu 'nm mn. un mn um -.-mn. ...... ...nv --' ,,........... . .... . ..... ..... .. ... .. ......... . ............. ... ,... ...-. ... ...... .... ..... .. ........- . .... . ,,,,, -- -. - - - -vuuwwn mu- nun' uni ru nun' -nun n :vnu-:urn nnuwu an mu :nu mm num nunuu-uw un- unnn -"' ,Ig-qnvuuw nun: anus-n mn un nvuu nun: In luuununuu nnvn nm nn: nu- ann nuns nnnuun: nm- .mn--:-9 -s - .,,.,,:::-:,.,:::. mm.. ..... -...... 52 ..... ,W Lu. mn. ......... ...... ......... " ........- . ........ ..... - ...... ...... ... ..... ..... . ..... ..... " " ...... .. . ..... .... ...... .1:z:riu:::::5-,..- . . uai-....' -..--Q .-.n-...H v-1- nw- -v-wen nnnnuwu- nn- -un nnnn. mn mn- nun: num --..-ff -' ..- nun I--...I nnunuuu-vu .w'wn..--u-nvu-.--------.--.nuv-.-.---nn..-v-- ---nu I -nn -1 ,, .L--1 ..... . .... . ......... .. ...... .... ... .. ... ..... .,. ......... ..... ..--.-.-- VERA SCHUETZ Sioux City Sigma Tau Delta: Dramatic Club, Vice Prcsidentg Cosmopolitan Club, Program Chairmang Art Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Geneva Representative g Chris- tian Service Club. "Who ever loves true life, loves true love.' ERA BELL THOMPSON Sioux City North Dakota Universityg Collegian Re- porterg VV. A. A. Boardg Sweater Win- nerg Alpha Kappa Delta, Secretaryg Yale-Harvard, German Club. "She'cl be cheerful and chirrupy under a mountain of trouble." MAXINE STEELE Royal Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Psi Omega, Secretary-Treasurer, Presidentg Interso- ciety Council, Vesper Choirg Dramatic Clubg Readers Clubg "Tombs"g "Chil- dren of the Moon"g "College Widow"g "Doctor in Spire of Himself." "There's nothing half so sweet in life as love's young dream." EUGENE SHERWOOD Wall Lake Phi Sigma, Secretary, Presidentg Bas- ketball, Footballg "M" Clubg Student Councilg lnterfraternity Council. "No sinner nor no saint perhaps, but well the very best of chaps." as R ' ' X If' Page 35 ' RUTH SQUIER Spencer Iowa State Teachers' Collegeg Y. W. C. A.: Agora, lshkoodahg Collegian Reporter. "If I chance to speak a little wild, forgive me." HENRY STRUTZ Sioux City Band. "His heart is in his work." DWIGHT STROM Sioux City Alpha Tau Delta, Presidentg lnterfra- ternity Council, Presidentg Spanish Club, Presidentg Student Councilg Sigma Pi Sigmag Basketballg Footballg "M" Club, Y. M. C. A.g Board of Control. " 'Tis rare that man receives such uni- versal respect and admiration." MARGARET TEMPLEMAN Sioux City Baptist Missionary Training School, Chi- cagog Christian Service Clubg Y. W. C. A. "Never too busy to help othersf' .l 24 -' . . . . . - .......... ..............:.....:. ..r:.v.f....',z:. .., ..., -:....-:::::.1.::r .c.'........,..............,..........-..........','.:..,.a,u mn M, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,....,..,., ,,,,,F. . ' "' ibln-vu mum nun- mn 'H' """"" """"'.'Ll' N. M- ..--. N- nm M- ,nu .- ngwmgw -7-fy. ..----.,7,b- . .. . ... . .... . ..... ..... .. ... ., ......., . ......... 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Ivufivwl rvviluwvwupw lvuu- uruvu rvuuuuvn nil! :null IUIUIII llllnl I-11:1-if " ..- nun mv... nu-nv-ww-.1 .--v-.--.,--.-v-....--.-.-..-..--.9.-.--.-.-..w'.- ....-. 4. -----.-1.-' - - .-fs ...... . .... . .. .... ..,. ........ .. -. ..... ... . . .. .. ...... ,,. ........ ..----.-- Kathryn Vincent Dale Jones Class of 1934, OFFICERS President ............ ....... K athryn Vincent Vice President .......... ....... G leva Binger Secretary-Treasurer ................... ...... R uth Welch Student Council Representative ...... ...... D ale Jones WRITEUPS Ho, hum, when one gets right down to it, after having postponed the task as long as possible, this business of Writing things under peopleis pictures becomes frightfully unnecessary. It has to be done, though, I guess, so upward and onward . . . ,,-7 ,Q ,, Qjmz' ff' Page 37 . - .nw-. . nlll"'y'1v'v:llp11Iulu1li ' - " " ."- .7....' .Hu -S-5, - '- """""" ""' "'u---nu1vvvvvvn-nn-n1'-u-.'vvwu- H nun 'U-U In ,,,,. um ,-.-.wugy ...,.. ,uni - ---f-2------' ... ..... -m --w-- -----'M fx.. ..... ,.. ..... .... ..... ... .......- ..... ........, f - . '- -r.::f.:r:.1:::L' . -- f--- - -- - -gg-.4 '---:" ""1 mu... .... ..... .... ..... ..... ..,......,.,,,,,.umw.- , , 1" """ " """ "Tru: lf: I3 v'w':ff' ann m nun-nnwu umm nm nun: gn 3: mn . M I HHI- .WI ln..-ur , - - ,-4 5 - nw 1111! mnnun nu- num -un nr -ul:- In-uvfnr 12:1 'W' ,,,,, ....- ..- --n 'xl 131 ,-H ' Igmfhzuzggggg-v, I ?15::21I'L... ...... -...-... .-.r-: ---3 31, ,,5,,,,,,,,,. ,., .xt :van ...Jan 'aw-'U' M-'I Im. T--'--2, , - -'---'::'41:'r .':. .. ,.... "" ..... -......- ... I-,- ,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,.,.,:,..,w 5 .1L,,, :,, -.1?..-,:g::, .,.... ..-...-,..-,.....-5:-J-3 ' ',." "" '.."" "..... .. ..-... , .. ... - -.. .- , , :I :-1-nf ...,.. fn-rwwwuwv-rv' And here we have . . . DOROTHY ANDERSON our best musician, who does not let her fun with Chuck Chap- man spoil her straight MAB rec- ord . . . Another conservatory student . . . ALICE COLLINS who is also a very nice girl fthis is getting monotonous? but is chiefly famous for snaring one of those Reeder boys . . . We change genders with . . . GLENN DARLINC and the traditions of our craft, Year Book Writers Local No. 75, make us say that solidarity is the only word, which will de- scribe him . . . Back again to the ladies . . . MIRIAM BARR HOSHAL who is distinguished as one of Morningside's officially married couples . . . Now then alley-oop 45- il Page 38 To another nice looking girl . , , CAROLYN ANDREWS whom we welcome back to our fold after several years of teach- ing . . . Here we have, or do we? VERL CROW one of those rare people, who can get things done without bustling, and isn't that a pretty speech? And here . . . CATHERINE COSS daughter of our Chem. Prof., but because we don't believe the Biblical verse about the sins of the father's, we still think she is all right. At last a man . . . WAYNE DENNIS and an athlete to boot fno we donlt refer to his feet? t'The stag at eve . . fl - . .... . .... ....... . .... . ........., ... . ......, ... ... . . .... ...........................-............................................ .. . .......r.., -2:-nn-uw mu- ,nun mn nm mmm- ---neun nm ,ny-M rung an n 1--:g--:I--:g.1H: 513:-v ........ . ...- mr... ........ ..... .. ........ .........,... ...- .... .... ..... .... ...- .. .. ....... .,- -.s....... ...... ........ ..... ... ,..... ,..... .. ........ mm. ..... ..... ..... ..... ........ .......- ..... .......- . f-f'-1:1:L':'t'.fJ.'L' "H"--' ""- -"-' :-.9 "f f-.::': " " r m zu mn- .. '.':." "" '.1:::f mezw' " nu nn- m 1-'T - 'II nu-nn nn-vuunw m m- mn nl --. n in m- nun--u ul u A---n 451 .. .. . . .... .. ..... ........ ............ .... ..:. ........ F... ......1 .....v..,..H,-..m ... ............... ,..... ...... ..... ........ ............ .... .... .... ...1"' " - . ..... . ..... .. .. .... ....-... -- Butt as we were saying . . . HELENE CRENSHAW was our Spring Queen, and very good one too. Yes, we like her . . . Uur personnel director . . JOHN GRIFFIN who is noted for swallowing needles, but we still prefer choc- olate . . . IIIIOLIZCI' athlete . . . RALPH HILEMAN our little Mhot shotf, We say, what a man! What a man! and we mean it too . . . Anal here . . . MARGARET BROWER to whom the term, Hstill watersv is always applied,ibut we know her and she's really very nice, and can she play a piano . . 8. 3- alla I Presenting . . . MARVIN STOLLEY of the Moville Stolleys. You know he has that red Chevie . . . H,nz here is . . . OLGA WENDTE who has been about the campus for a year, and we haven't heard a bit of gossip about her.. Con- gratulations are in order . . . Ah . . . EVA FREER ulilt Evav another of the Sheldon contingent, a WAA girl who makes one think of sportsman- ship . . . Another musician . . . JOHN GRAMLICH also a prominent man about the dormitory, and can he play a piano? or did we ask that be- fore? i "-. -wk- y .-1 D- Y --Il' lvl . 1i' xix !f' Q - - - " "' . if an 4757 Page 39 i i -. . ... ... . . ...... . .-.::... -,., X ..-... -. ,..- ,...-n .i -- - -- e,?'.u,'-v-.N .mm -n--r-nn-fnwvwvmnnavvazw -"r""n ,,,,, ,nn rung gf: g','IL",,..nvnufn1-i-T 5f::::.,-A.-- - -+...nf'-uw mu- .nunyunn-nw: -umunm ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,: ,,,. '.,., :':.'T'::-U M, mu, ,,1,,,,,,:,.w,?.eAu-If ... f-f-. -..- ui... .-n ,... ..- ,,,,, ,,,, ,,,. ,,, my, . M - v - . . -li?-- - 1' ' """ "n1iiif "1 " 17:2 "' snuff' n7u'l:u'-uf nuzusnuu sion: :ml :gg 1,5 Q: " ' m gnu .wig ......Zu ' - ,-'!S""' .. ......... .-... ...... -.. .U ......... ...H N- W, ,,,,, ,,, ,... .. ......I ..... ........,- , f lm'-'""' "' ' -. .- ---- -- ---"""""' " -... ... ...... 1. ...U '... .....- .1 ...... .--.-.-.. - -ff-v------' -"--""- ,... - ... .. -.-- --v------- -- "H: ... ......... -.- ...... ...-... ,..... ,-...... - -""""' ""' """"" -nu nw- -vw-v-1 """"""' "" ".--un--n--.nn-.-n-- .A-.I 1 -1-1- -... - A'?".:::::'.1:::: """ """ .....:.......:............. .,,, H .......... .....-... . F. ..- --.-- .. ..:-'::-n....i..i.-vn- ...A -nu , And here . . . OPAL GAFFY "Dolly,' to you. We wonder, A has she done favors for every- one, as she has for us? L I Enter . . . Q KATHERINE MORRISON one of these bustling, efficient i ' people, but one who doesn't in- . sist on Htalking shop" and is 5 good company . . . E ti.. ll Still another musician . EDNA LEONARD t ls there no end to these musi- cians? But if they are all as p pleasant as she, there is no need t f to stop them . . . i Another newcomer to our t halls . . . GRETCHEN FARMER i. i transferred from Buena Vistag 5 is a Latin major and though l f there's a man at Ames, she does Q l like the tall freshman from the barn... i 1 L35 ,,f-1 Page 40 Great! Another man . . . EDWARD EVANS one of the few possessors of that redeeming: and overwhelming quality, sincerity. Still, we must wrestle with temptation to muss his hair . . . The inexplicable . . . BETTY HOLDCROFT who somehow makes her pres- ence felt without stepping into the limelight. Now don't ask us how . . . Here we hare . .. VVYONNE LARSON the fiancee of a fraternity brother, so what can we say? Yes... CAROLINE IDDINGS goes to Morningside, hut her heart IS far away, and isn't that sweet? .n--:N .I L. m . : I I -I . - nun.. .I .nr I 'I nw-mu mu. nu.-, runs .v-nm-.v-1-m nwvnn -.un-.......,,.,-,., ,, ... -':-,nuns-nv -mm nun mn nm mmm- -1--:nun nm num num un mn nm nu--.-u ."'-!.i'5Il"- .sm .-. .-..- - ... .W nav.. -w 1- f m .1 ...- ww- 1- -un-nn' lm- ...u-.,- UII-iiii llllll IIVIIK IT!!! III XUIIYI UIIIK I QIIIXUII lll'lll1VI 111 III! ii!! FUI! IVIIIII llIll'lX lllll- lllllilr' 'ii ,,- innun nun nnnnu mn nu nun nun un nunnnuu num nm mn nu- mu :nun nnnvun- mu- .......-3- -. - 11 1'-1-'---nw u - nun-pn nm nun- an ur use-nvuunn mn- um :nn :nga mn nun unuuuuu um: Annum: "' nn... '.w."' -U - --.-1 1-nn-un N. mu mn " " n U . mf 'I' 'ln' """'?,-:L-Q :'::".q if ."' ...... .. ....'5-.....:- .5-..,:.- .... .12-'......... F... :.....-....g'm5:.'.:::w: -f m an---ww-n www- nu vw-v-w nw- -vu nu- ..- --nu 1 - n I I u 1 Inq- .. -.-.-.nu ,. un--vm ...nf 512512:- Lookee, lookee . . . ADELINE HALL elected c'Sweetheart of the De- Molaysn but donlt let that bother you, she is really a simple person at heart . . . Another conservatory student . . . MILDRED POLLY but like the previous one, is a very nice girl. Yes, we actually know all of them . . . H'm . . . MERLIN KOLBE one of those people that drive writers Wild, because 'csilence is golden? A regular dorm visitor and employee . . . Hail . . . JANE TOWNLEY a fortress is fallen! After years of assault a tall blond boy fi- nally captured her heart. . . Gentlemen, if any prefer.. GLEVA BINGER a blonde from S. D., and is she intelligent, She must be, she left S. D. to come to M. C .... Bat then, oh well. . . MARGARET LANE Why do the Alpha Sigs insist on calling every girl named Mar- garet, "Pegv? Not that it mat- ters, nice name, nice girl. . . Oh, mama, that manfs here again . . . CLYDE VAN DYKE and no other. The business manager of this book, poor fel- low... M nshmonth CLARENCE DOTY a Storm Lake boy who made good in the big city's night life . . . 1 "' xxxihutf Ip! , u9' ' i " x- -Q if Page 41 ,,,, nw-mu .1 . .nu -u----- ' ,,,,, ,,, .1-w .wJ-1-1-.nm ... , .. -. --- - 2 -L2'JJ::.T.1.L1L' L'3u.-Lnml.-'J-m.m5.n-'J---.-v-':n.v.:'v:n'u:u 'ak' un mn' um ,-,,,,,,,, my: -5-gg? .- T " """ "" """ """' ""'-'f-'T' -w '7-'J5'-7w'T'- --H5-""' "' " " ""' "' 'S-T Zi! W - . .5-"-5'-11' - v - 55'.17f.': :HH-1r9::"' ' fexi-J-7.13517 nun- nnfnl num -nun n -nunuwu nakm -m an mn, U, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.- ,.,.., ,,,,,,,,,,. , . -Aq g nwunv mu: nnnvn nun un ruin mlm-u vu uuunvunwo mm um nn -W, ,,,,, ,,,,,, mggnn nf... Aggggu., ' ff'--"'--"" """ """"" ""' ""T EL' "' 'YL'-'!ff5!Z'... .... .... ..-. ,..- .3 :ur 'S' -:M -I ' .Hugh-4:::::a1,,, , li:-'-:::'.1::r:' .:" ""':: mf? -"-'Y'-- ----- 1---"" -'.s'.':: :'.':."'..."r'..:a. .a... ...... ...... ...... ,--.... ..- 1 ,- -:::........ .-.--.--- ---- --- -g- - -'--- """' .....................::....1.....:...'...., .......... ,. 4.1, ... ,vnu-'..vn n--w .... -1 .. ..-... . .. nn v- 1--' --------- N ,,.if.::::::.'.1:..: .,.......................-. . - - Presenting : NADYNE NEPPER a rnath shark from Mapletong one of the neatest girls we know. And here is MAURINE HARKER another nice girl from the con. Great class these juniors, that's why we use "nice" so often... y Yes... WILLARD BACON is a chem. shark. 'cYou're a better man than I am, Gunga Din." Another personal nomination . . . JOSEPHINE PETERSON for the cleverest girl in the class . . . l Ex .Q E .X Page 42 Anolher newcomer.. . CARROLL NORLING chief of our intelligzensia. H65 in one of our classes, we should know . . . And here is CARLETON VAN PEURSEN another one of alittle Holland,s" delegation at deah ol' M. C .... Yes, KATHRYN VINCENT smiles like this, even when she plays in chapel, and 'Gthe man for woman! worthwhile is the man that can smile, etc .... " And: MYRTLE PETERSON a quiet, reserved miss transferred from Waylie Normal. I 7' cf .1 i on if iff f.. bf Te 31? IL' tel 1' .... - .- ... . . . . ....... . .... . ........., ...... ,.... 3-----n ... ,.... ,.. ......m..mnn-v----'nn-v-wv-.n.--n---n--.n.---rn..-m .H . .....-Q.-x ,hunru-vv um- nu-un mu nm nnmnn uuununn nm nun ru-u un mn nm fn:-n-nu .il 1- nn-'v .,.... . .... ,.... .. ... .. .... .... ... ... . - ,.... .... ,.... .. ,,,,,,.,,.,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, -n-uw-v mf- nn-vu nm vu un-un nun- ru nun-'urn pmuvn un mn 'nn -mn nun nnuvu-n nm: .num-63" Y .E........ ...,.. ....... .... ... .-... ....... .. ............. ....... .... .... .... .... ....... .,........- . .... . ......- 1' .-Q---nw-.--1-. 1-.nur nm nn.. an In --annum nun! mn nn 1-vu mn nun unnunu nm: nnnnn , .....--... .... . ........., ....... ....... -.. ............... .... ... .... . ... ... .. .. .. .......... ........ nuuul nu.: n-nqqyn nn nm ng 'wsu nnruuuurwu nn vnu nun nu www:-u n pu gy L-- .. .... . .... - -,....--...:.... ............ .... .... ....... ....v......".:...::.1z:'.'.:::.w:-'ff ...... . .. ,........................................................... ....................... .... .. . ......-.. . ....... . . . . .... .. .... ....-.. . .- Chicago's own . . . GEORGE VENSON one of the dark handsome t es. , YP Yes, he prefers blondes... Why does DALE JONES fascinate the women? lt mutht be that thweet lithp of hith. Welcome . . . DOROTHY HELD another old Morningsider re- turned to the fold of the true believers . . . And here we have LOIS HOON a pleasant preacher's daughterg one of the many from Alta . . . Nextg JOYCE MARTIN a quiet girl with all her interests at home with her fiance. Ring out your bells, for here is JANE SMITH our boss, the editor of this book, and what we could tell about her if she would allow it... La, La, La HAROLD DECKER he of the golden voice. Oh yes, he's one of these Sioux City boys that clutter up the dormitory... Last, but not least... HARRIET SMITH guaranteed not to be any rela- tion to the others, also warranted not to rip, ravel, snarl, or tear. And thus came the animals two by two . . . "" .5 X was -, wplissi' P' -: ff -" ' " ' lllll 4, 1 Page 43 ,f, ,,,, - .-mn., .... 33:9- nunu ' nnuunuvwunvunun-:urn an Q ti, ---- - - H- ' " --vvl-rv-rv:--"""""' . m m .mm .uv --n -::'- .v w -'Sv .1..!.M'IlSf-" ,Z "....- - -- ----H"-"" mmm- ---"""' "". .--- - --v' "" "" .mn-.un M... ...una- -Q.,L'3-n-m annum AT.. ..- .. mam- 4 ,g-,g::',.'3 niunn -1 mu: :ug gg: 211, ,,,.,.....-.1..::.A.a7-:sp-9 :'3x: i1lrn1ull.nvl:uu.nn1 nu nu nz.. M "l"',.,,,, ,nun nn nw -'I M- ,,,,,, ,,,,p"::'u.up- -' uni- - ' ' III! Ill! ul Ililll 9' ppp-liiiillil lllnl ll!! ,,,, nur! lla :lun nu :warn ...UI - t.... 4-3 .,- -.::.n-nur min: ugh., H... num mu nr ,,,,.,.--pn. .... .-v 1 'nw ,, ,,,,,. ,,,. 7-ng,,. M .:-'-- 4 "' . gf--:::""""' "J." . .. .nm-m-.m ww.- -vu .gunna m mn: mn vu nun nun mn' :I 1 --- .s"a--.-ggggg'-.15:L: ,....Hm.:u.. .-.- .. -5,-,g-, m........ .... T 1:1Wu1nnnrx1.11'f2:Leila 3'3" "' ' '-' lwwilllvivivll li!!! '- mfr' I' 'I """""' nn'--nun. '-4' llllll I ll And in this corner, we have... MARY MELSON Yes, she's sweet, but we're not so sure about the simple part. The conscientious . . . WILLIAM GAUGER who should have an excellent bed-side manner, when he is a physician. Yes, welve seen him at the Dorm... And here . . . MARIBETH SQUIRES another of the Squires girls. No, the athletic department didn't give her that "MN sweater... We personally nominate HOWARD PATTISON as the best looking boy in the class. Oh girls, just imagine him in a tartan and a plaid... .i 77 x xx I .Q "' "l,-is lx Page 44 .-E:' . v Ah, ah, and ah, JOHN SKRABLE a big shot, if you don't believe it, ask him. "One-tenth genius, nine-tenths pure fudge." Yes, RUTH WELCH lits in with the picture opposite. Clever people, these annual edi- tors . . . We thin Ili ROB ROY LEINBACH is the personilication of engineer- ing. Always looking at a slide rule, tsk, tsk . . . My! GENEVIEVE WINTERSTEEN what an appropriate way to close a page, just like a dot, but such an attractive dot. 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U-. . .-. --.- -.. .nn .. . .-- . Lyle Poulson Jason Szumderson Class of 1935 OFFICERS President ......... Vice President ......... Secretary-Treasurer .................... Student Council Representative ....... ------Lyle Poulson ----James Willfong --Dorothy 'Weaver Jason Saunderson , , I xgxvfiw , ,gilt D- - ' zrrsi' " , llI.'.'.. -4, ' -- , .LQ-5f-- i2 Page 45 "' yr' E5 " .-nga" .4 - ' - ' J ' - -- ' ...." "'..a'.f"u',::.':: I nnuvnun-n I- I. - A . . - .....--,'..n-m.--.nf-1... mn um .-.-.fu .H f .5 E- .:::::.1-.:..-u-:,,,-gg,-g,-: ..... ..z ...:. . -,E.-v" -.'r:.-: .-s-,,.,.,':': ,- rm: .....:.".':.1g 4,5',,1jg5,g-gg?-, , " """ " """c-vw' 'N' " "' "' "" 4 3l""" """"' " r un: nu: ann nun: ml sunny umm nnnuu 2'+EL'i'n'7u7lh: nnuu."N "' """' '11u':'m nunnnnu num fl mn nn nun mn: -','!."-nw mr-inn unc., - - "' ll!! IIVI llll Ill HUIII U' liviillf pq nuvl li ull! IRT' PIII 1 IQQS1' "7 m?:1 wn1wL'nnn:1nn mln.. mc: ra' "' -'. 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Fourth Row-Perlcy, Poulson, Pope, Riscling, Rounds. Bottom Row-Mecklenburg, Runchey, Saunderson, Sargent, Satrang ,..,1- A ef ik Z Y Page 47 F-5 -Z.. f. .ff -,qnnu - Il ll, nvnn .I I.. 1 .-.. - nf 1. . - .. N. ...nn - nn . .--M ,,, LSJJIIW hi? .-..-in-Z...-Jun-..f21..-.vi-n..-'un-.11-v-...p-nn-nun-w-mu---1-uni'.TH-' 11... unnuliilifli llllll Hill!! III!! IU!!! NIIIIIIII illliiilli Illll IIVIII Ill!!! Ill! Ill!! llfll UXIDIIIIII I I lllll i n 3-n..-up .1 .1 .111 nn. - 1- -U .mum . I-.-n m m f-I U.-. M .um vu. -un nu nunvnuv mf. -Hung" w--'un nu. .nun nm nn -nun nun n un.-nun mmm -1 mu -U mn nm- -nun'--v .1 H. nun.,- ,.- nv mul nlllnn ml un :nun um!! m Iullnnnwi nm una gnu mu nuns nlnwunr uns nun.. , 1- ,hu--nu nl -,annum nu nun: an nr nov-nvvunn mn- um mu :nu nun nun uvulun: ml A ann . fr-.,...-......... .......... .-...-,-..-, M- ..-......... .W ..-. ..... ... -.. - 1-pn .... nu... ..n..-.pv mf.. mn-vu 1-1 --nn .. ...nn 1--.u-un m fm. -uv 1- -nn, 1. ...H m- -mn mn. --u . ..v , .VA--......f....-. .-......... H.. , ...nn mn.. ..-..'wu- -1.1 -U. .--. mn mn: my-1 4---.'.l..:- 'ivmnuu 11 1: nnunuuuvnuunuvsnunvuuunvuupwvupvwuvwugvnuupwwunnwvuuuvvnnnnnnuuu mug .gunna-1 nun: mm! niiliiilrvllii-lfxtlll ISU!! A I In-:Irina .1 I Ili lun: nqgnnnng- TOP ROWV'Spfyr Sogge, Slack, Steward, Staman Second R0W'Reedef, Tfefwfy, Tincknell Stombcr., S' '11 Third Row-XVi1li1ms V111 hu T ' 'bv Cl'l'l . ' 1 G " , 11--, 'I - Fourth Row-Weaver' Tigqm. Lsonfg Vsfoodford. Bottom Row-Hayes, Van Kuhl Nixqgn Malxoifv Iganniyg. ' ' 3 1 etca , .Q ff J X f ' " X Page 48 '1-'FE '. - ---1 - nu . 1 I I u nun.. n nn u nw-vnu mu- .nu-N -...u--u-nu - 1-nun-nunuvvvvumunnnnuvuwuurvuvvnuvuuuwunuusnurnuunuununvunununun -U p mu-5,5 ,..,uvuuvurw um: nun: mn nm nm-nn- uunnunn nun nun nuuu un mn nm nunnunv I - nun."- -Q nur- .-m-f.1- nn. - -1- -U nu-vm . fm-n-nw vu mv 4--. m -nm fu. nn- up nunwunuv nm-g nuns.,- -'---uu mm nv-un nm nu nun: Inn! un nun-'urn nnnwu un mu :nu mn nun- nunuuun :nu .num "" nvunv mu: nnuvn nu nu nun munn rn vnnvnnwu nvwn nm nn: nu: mn nun: nurnunv mn- lu-In-1' f ' ---nw n -n nunun nm nun: an nr -'nnwnnnu mm um mn :nu nu- nun cancun: an un mann: ..-.- - 1 f---un -- 1 --n--n uuuu- - I- n-nn-un nn. - nm u n--nu 1-nnuunn m mn -nn nl 'nn u In nn nun: nu- --nn-j.,.- n nu 1. 1 nu n nu -n-Q nn-.nn m- -1 -vu-un -nn n-nw vnuuvr nm: f---u-- nun an vu mnnvmnwmvnnvn-n-mu-nn--1--rw--mm --an-v--.nn-un v--u 1- . n .1--n-u Top Row-Haried, Coodell, Dobson, Holland, Reisser. Second Row-Darling, Schnell, Heilman, Willfong, Munsch. Last Row-Motz, Watson, Hannestad, Baxter. I null' 0... 1 "0 1 .1125 , g!j'- D' 1 I-sr N N 6 Page 49 "" , - - i .... . . .. . . ..... . . ,..,..,.,, ..... . . ........-.......nnm......-.--- .nn-...ww-...N-.--v---nw..-mv-..-.-...m . - ......,A., 'Q"""UlII'ill llllll NWI!!! IVII1 IU!!! IIVUIYIII Iilllllflii IV!!! lliill IUHU ll!! Ill!! IIN! liltvlllil 5 p ..,.- fs ....- .-.. ... ..- .. ..-. U... .. M ...N .... mn 1- num-.n ... . nn.. -...-U H... mu- nn. m ,nm .nm . .-un-un mmm -1 W... .W M. .mm -.nn-n .. ,. ...unf- J- -fnvlun lun: nnnvn mn au vnu: munn m lvunnrnn nnvn nm nn: nun mn nun: nnnvun: um- .m-u--- . Z ,f----:.L.:.7..:'..: mm., N... .-..-. -U. -U .-,nn-In mn- mn my 15: T- mn. nm-,nn .mu .nn-nr ' ' , : . ........- ...-.. "" "" .. .M .. H... fm.-.M -. m., "" " " ...W . . ..... .-.-" "" " " .....:a'AlL'l2:h-Q.. .--....... ..... ..........,. .-.. ..... .....-. -.....-- m. ..... M..-v. mn -mn -1-u ...M .----.a'-- '- muf. . ,-1-.--.W--.nw-..-......-..--.--........-.....-...-.-w...-. . .... . . -.-.--- ... . . .H-nv'-up-----.--. .vu .nun-. .- . -.. .nn-- ..... .. -.-.-:'- I Lowell Osborn Denton Dean Class of 31936 OFFICERS President .,,, ,,,. Vice President ..,,,,,, Secretary-Treasurer -------------------- Student Council Representative ,,,,,, gi -" ----Denton Dean --.Carol Atkinson -------LaVonne Hanson ----Lowell Osborn 4-fi li- X Z-Edrf Page 50 if H..- -vu..--1 v-...Q ...nn N- .-...-.-.. -.. pu ..-. .- U- U- - 1- nv . . . . nn I nun- .1 un . .-.-W.. . nw- - .mm :wvunuuwnwnnwvvnnwurnuuuulpwwu --- :- 1-.53 .....- .. . .-- .. -'-.-.... .-1---...m .--i?.'1.-? ,- ......--1 ....- fn . I 1 - n ----nu I nn I -wnmu -nm. nn.-,, N...--w--n mm- -n-..-.U-1.-vvwnw-nn-nnwn--inn-nunn-up-n-m--mmulm--mznn-m I. - mn-5.5 "'-unuw-rv num nn'-vu mn nw. vmmnn an-:nn-nn nm nun 'un-u mn mn um -nn--In . 1- .unfr- -'N .-. . .-n -1 n- m --.ww vw- - m nun vu- nn- 1- nunvnuv nm- .nn-..,-- -'---vu mn- nn-n nm nu :nun 'nun n nnuwru-u munn nn mn -un nm- nun- nuns'-uv nm- 1 unw- '-" rnnvuwv um: nnnun nun nu nv-nn munu rn nun-nnwu nn-vn um nn: nu- mn nun: nnnvun- um- .unn- I' ---nw n . nun-ur nu -'un nu u -uv-:ww-nw mm mn nn un: nun nun nunuuuu s nu nnnnu. .f- - -n un nu--w In- nu--'-1 . - nn I. nun- 1-nuunu nl mu mn m n 1-I m- nu. -1I1'f.2:l1l: u- - n nn- ---1-1 nu-.nw-nu mu -nn -.nm mn mn- nun -um 1----- -'----1-n v-v---'n-n-..---- --mn ..- Top Row-Allard, Allen, Anderson, Atkinson, Bernhard . Second Row-Buchanan, Brownlee, Brown, Brinkman, Brass. Third Row-Bird, Beam, Baden, Ball, Ingram. Fourth Row-Coss, Crabb, Campbell, Dean, Edmonds. Fifth Row--Frels, Gehrt, Grantham, Hansen, Hiersche. xo , , .. .- X .,... - , .Lllll I- - ,-- ' ewes," " 6 B7 Y lx X Page 51 -Ate:-.. U . IL. 'LP ?s'1-. guru V 'IWW' , . -1. .... . . 1- . - H. . - 1:5-. .-. ... ..... .-.. .-... -.. .... l ' ' ' ' 1 EMM ., -. I - 1 nn noun-nun, .M .5'.-:nw . . -T LT-'-u-Lnnul.-vwJ'num1.n-'Jn'unluivi-'nnnvu-nuwfnnsnunuzyuunggnmrunum .'f'.',1:,,, " "" " """ """ Tn? " " -11 'xln w -P "" "" n 1 - " In -J 'm " U :R nfu'n'u nun vn 'Hv'n1.-T L'I'::r -nu-vu umm nnuau nn: nu nurn nuns n nvunvwn nnnvn -vu mn nun run nu-nn nunuuun un: puffs:-5.-ez nv mum nnnwn mn nu nun mnuu m nun-nnwl nm nn: can mn nan: nunuvn: num mn-.ug ff- --.qw I. an nur-an nu- -'nun an ur pn-nvunn mm mn nur ann 2 nga: H Iguana: 'Eng auetalgr . vw -w nw v-vw 1 n 1 Q nuns f '.:--:.r "-.- ."" """ mu- "" " "" "" m':" "'.:. -' mr :5':." -"..:.. 3.1- ,.':.1-...5r.,7g:'.'.: : -' ,qv-...gun-W up-n nu-1 n---ww- -www -u-uuvuvuw nv- ww nv- milf." f nn-pwpuunufkw-unhnu ' .nu A 1-1. -1 .n nu .nn-fr . N! fL""J' ' -f TOP ROW-Johnson Jensen Jerm - ' , , K . f Second Row-LaRiviere, Luscombe, Migerr lttlslrngzrm, Lone' Third Row-Messing, Miller, L. Osborn, X, 05114091-y. Martin. Fourth Row-Rawson, Reeder Ryan Slnith tgirl. Pederson ' , , essman, Bottom Row-Whannel, Whitford, Yount Williams H 1 -Q rf, X - x - W N Page 52 fN K gxgii. s Nix? f rr X .47 M Fifi? xxyXx y Q W X LSN. 7, is MI 3 ll .rf Q65 gl? b ,NXW NES' rd ,I ,Q K 6 f ff 7 M w iht W .i......... . . x fa AM 3 3---5 : 1 'x e -- g 4 - -o----L. C ,ox -'in - ll 5 ":':.L- " 7 -:Fl In D ":. fr f K 4.-..... .., ' M, '13- L-v - .. '- -.:-" ., ,,.....v- 1 .gn-if: -i r AY., v , ' A ' 1" ' .-.,,,,, ,.. '5 , ----- A f 'N 1 f -' 2 ,gf 2 ff '14 I 1 p, I T51 -I - l 'nh 0 ' .- . ' s ,.. .--f -T I?-If . . Q I In , """' -bi """' ' - - - u --.- ---- - -::. - -1- ,,,. . Iv' W 5 wx ' X w Qtlg! il' NNKX xQx .mx 1 , V. 'I I 5 5' BEEN Fri X -, "'m":-P?-ix ai It . ' H555 Ss ' " r ...--- ' . Y"-s, ..i' '- ' " ' ,. - X -52 .1 1 7 V . V, V., X W1 I . g ,- I l 'Lrg' fp W, ' ' , , f' 1 ' -" X -. 1 - , ,iff v ' ' : , ' ' . - . , I Y , ' I',,-Lil" fi Q -:Sy 3 :ll I Av V, e- M. lx ,J ,. ' I ' v I' , J C-3-3 '.- I - lr, fly.. 4,q.,vL 1 - . -,- , E m 1, or ,lr A r 1 1 , ' , A ' --2 ' 'A 1. 1 , -"' 4' :QT M..- f , f g .K 1 T' ' f , .-Q. ,Q E K .ak..7:,.::4yA... . ' f 1.7 fl- 1158! ls . " 'JT' El' I N 1 ' flld'-'?lx",'f'!l lf ' . , 1 X ,ff Af-P..-af . 'g 4 I ,' ,V ' .- , , 1 ff 1, I I f ll ' ,1 I r Y " I l I fl ' ' , 1, f - , i X N ' v 1 I ly' ' ' If U I M ' X . 1 f' , 'I , , Y f I .1 rl I 7 V V ,,,I . ,, r BUCK II. Wars and Warriors ffxthleticsj r "Dear, too, unto Hiawatha, Was the very strong man, Kwasind, He the strongest of all mortals, He the mightiest among many, For his very strength he loved him, For his strength allied to goodnessf' ff" f x X Qs. R' TJ! na, ,, i, 'I 1, A E535 - .rin .g ggi? F Q I 1, i dl. .1 , 5- 5, -'MZ ,f, Y. 7 f iii: ., HAM: L A W, .1 4 lvl FP .J L 1' Fw ' - fi 's W 1 X .V 2 l s . 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"""' ""i:-V5mi- - -' Q , ,.s. ..,,,,,,, ,mg Ig-I. un- Q nn u ...-nu " "" ' 'RM 2316"-I-" """ "' """ " """":5-1ili?.ll-"""- ' --i-:::::r::::: --........-::.1...:..."':...mu".n." ---' --- --- --- --"r-'-In ".a:'.1"..1' -' - ---:mr --ll12::+- .. , .- , - ............................. ..... ar.:---T -,.....-...., .3--:rm COACH JASON M. SAUlYUERSCblY Having in his twenty-one years at the helm of Morningside College athletics, 7 Watched his school's athletic fortunes change from good to had and hack again with all attendant strife, Coach J. lVl. uSaundy" Saunderson is looking ahead to his twenty-second year with keenest anticipation. usaundyi' huoys undergraduate confidence, inspires his athletes with the fire that has Carried him through the stormiest years that collegiate athletics have known, and makes the future look brighter accordingly. No man can say too much in raise of this man whose principles ha P . . men he has sent from his gymnasium into all walks of life, and whose life 15 an example of what these ideals of clean thinking and clean living mean to humanity. ve come to be those of the scores of young I ' x xvi hai . --.til . ' vs-:::si' " i Wh- i 1, i i 'x x IV -gy Q..-f?fl ff' "' 'ZZC Page 53 ---- ----- lv- v ' ' ' ' """" .uni-.uve-.nf- U ..--mn-Jn - H- . i'53'.1f..',::. ,,gsA.. .. ,Luv-... .....- ................................................':m mm mm W, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, mn? . ' ' -G-----w w--- nw- M- -M -""""' ':r "": "' ... ,... ,... ... ...... .... ..... .. ............ . ..,. ......,,,. ,,- ' "'- --- -"' -"::: . ... ""r.: "' . .. ::" "'.: :........... ......... ... ..... ...g 3: ....... ..,......,.m,.....m.,. - 1 - "' pn1unv'n1liin nun-vu nm in :nun mum m nunvun-u mm uw: nu: :U mu mn ' 'u ,'nu 'W' nl..-ur - ' ,ff-'2"E'7,....v-' ...W mm--I nur 'nm an ur -..f-yu.:-:W --I -W mn ,,,,, ,,- ,,,.. ,. ...,,..,.. ..... ,,.,.,,,:1 as-s-------1 ------- ----- ---' "- ..:n'.a:. .... ... ..... ..... ... ...... ,. ...... ........ ...... --.....,,,.,. null" "WI """"" ""' ' "" " """" n--..v-n- nn -nu .wuwn 'un nun 'nun gi-un 1 ---..-1 . -5 ------' """ """ "'1'i ""T 23'.".'-.--..-v.-.--.....-,..?73::....1-...:v:-f-.1.2.7-QL.-.: -,,. , - ': :3':ll'.TlJiT ""'n".--f---nn--. . . . . -. ..-. .vnu-. .. . , nv- - Football Season of 119312, Outweighted in every game and outfought in none, is the record of Morningside's 1932 football team, which went through a gruelling sched- ule with only two victories to brighten the record. The outstanding fea- ture of this, the hard luck team of the North Central Conference, was the defensive play of the line, which held the strongest opponents scoreless until weakened by enemy replacements which they weren't able to match from their own bench. The highlights of the season came in the middle of a tough campaign when the touted South Dakota State eleven was held for three quarters only to score via the air in the final period, and when the hapless Sioux Falls College crew took an unmerciful beating from the Sioux who had been battering against teams backed by superior man power through the season. The Coyotes took a close 6 to 0 victory in Inman field in Vermillion on Dakota Day after three scoreless quarters had kept a maniacal crowd on its feet from the opening whistle. This victory was the hardest for the Maroons to lose as it broke a four-game winning streak held over the traditional rivals from up the river. Of this team, which merited the praises of grid experts throughout the loop, Coach Saunderson loses the rnost important men. The most se- rious losses come in the fullback, center, and tackle posts where Haen- Her, Asmussen, Wyant, and Bollman played sensational ball through- out the season. Bones, a sturdy guard, Sherwood, triple threat halfback, and Strom and Perry, ends, will also be lost and their places will be hard to fill. 1 SEASON Momingsifi --------- Western Union ...... Momingsif- --------- Iowa State .,,,.,,,.,,,,.,.,.,,--,.,,., Momingsici --------- University of South Dakota Mofninesii --------- South Dakota state ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Miomingsic-' "------- Iowa State Teachers ..,..-----,-. - Morningsicr. Morningsic. Morningsic. University of North Sioux Falls College North Dakota State I .vi i -C af fee, ,Qirmli E -.-5"-fl' X Page 54 Dakota -Q -h ,,,. - Q .- .-. . . . . . ---nu nn I .num - - .....v--1--ww nm- nnnn-nn1--wv1vvnunn.nfwuw--u-nnuuvnwn-nv'-nvvwuzn1vwnun-nn- n v TW" . 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U... . . .-. . . .......-. ...... ....-----:'- ' Harold Asmussen Harold Bollman Herbert Bones In a line replete with great 'defensive strength, HAzzy7' stood out at his center job as one of the canniest men in the conference and earned himself an all-conference berth. He is a senior. Handicapped by a lack of Weight at his tackle post, uBuck" took over a first string job, and his right to the assignment was never questioned. He made his most spec- tacular stands against highly touted opponents who failed to reckon with his de- fensive skill. Converted from a halfhack into a guard this year, uHerbie,' fast became one of the most important cogs in the Maroon and White machine as an interferer and a defensive player. He is lost hy graduation. Haenfler smothered behind the line. il Arif gh - ""' "4"f7 J' ,5,31ni'-"' Page 55 -'- - t- i ff "'5ff'f':-wwf- i 12 - . .... ... ...-. ..... ... -T -' 1.11" ' '-H- - . ' t V' F5 w a s --- vs-'- ,,,,af,f:-meg-f S "W l'26'.7.'l'S'.i2. 1 1 1 1 nun-I 'gnvulfvnwinuuuru nu: . I- - -....av::'.:.1...:" .L"......:.....:.........:., m,h -,r, ,,,,,, h w ,,.:,.M M gg gg,-gg-g n.. Im, 5 , --.as-.nun -.itz-,032 Tn?- M .. .-...ug ::v': 1 rrnuvn -n mu :ug gg ggg, ,,,, , ,,,,. .,, 1, , , -i . 3??'ZY:J1'fn1iitu nvgun E :A nag' mg!! .-.,,',,-, nm rg: mg -I N, 'nn 'U I gnu 4551. u ?nv'uIv lun H11 'W' "' NW' I :Il I if U' --'nun m in I-vunowuw-una '-I 1 , nun p :run ll I ' Gurney Day Ralph Hilcman Edward Haenflcr A sophomore back whose vicious blocking and tackling were combined with canny generalship is Gurney Day, who has two more years to command Maroon and White grid hosts. Playing touch defensive ball throughout and refusing to come to earth until en- tirely stopped, Ralph Hileman again took his share of action at the halfback post. He has another year of competition. Three years of unbroken reign over the fullback job was terminated this season by NHemp", who also capped an unparalleled grid career with an all-conference job on all teams selected. He was not only recognized in the North Central, but elsewhere for his great drive and power. The line holds in the shadow of the posts. 'dd .ff-"XR -49--- -fl' 1 -X ,X N + g Page 56 .. -.. 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" ...'.:" .a'::.".:.... :.1:1..' ,::L:-:::- f .- ....... .,.. . ,........................................................................................... ..... ..--.-..-- .. :- g..-... ..... .N-nv---m----U-. . . . . . . -. .... -. . . .......... ..-nu.. -..... ..----.-:- Martin Kronick Glenn Littrell Don Pauley Kroniclis unerring toe which contributed so many extra points, Was not his great- est asset as an end, Where his defensive play and speed in the aerial game enabled him to divide time equally with the regular flankers. Astounding fans and opponents alike with a dazzling change of pace and a power- ful drive in line plunging, Littrell, a sophomore, has made his hold on a regular halfback spot a strong one. With a record of never having been outplayed despite his lack of Weight, Pauley, one of lVlorningside's two Hponyn guards, came into the limelight as a defensive player in his first year of varsity competition. Launching an of-tackle thrust. L5 1-f' 43153 ' ' Page 57 ' , . ........ - ,,,,,,,,,,'r:,......,-.J.--l-'2'-5'F.1'.7n'a'.::.'::p,-,,,,'- - - -'S-"' :u?n1.llT .L'-...-L-..l...-Jm--1-,':,'5"'.ln"f3'.5"f'!-'5"y:fvfgv,, 'gem SI!! 2-'5'6'.-'I!B5'JlH.4G15T!LfIIS .LY - ' ' 1-Sl"-nw" "H" """' 7?-'.1'-'7-"' -7"'--"- ' """"""1 H116 .vu nn- -U M- fmu- .355-"-n"5'..Z.1" JMR . - ' "'v""""' """ T um nl HHH' """' ' """":'g- nun-n lvl' IW' 'U' ""' """' guna: nmul'ulunuP'J - -" .":.1.'.':'-'.1:::rm.- my ':.':.. m'r.:" :.L"'.J--rr... 'un H.: :zz nv.: 22 953' -. ,-5' ezzgrg-gh:-za,-,,.v . if-9522117-'ff-1' F'-:"-3:5 S11 -'-F-'TF '-15'-' "' H11 9'5"-"I.".""J'd.1iEz."'i...... Ana 5.5.35 ' . A Q-53EE53'..EQjLa-A"g:L....-mv:-ag A A .......-U . .. M.. ..----.- ,, .ilfzllllll lull! Y l--- - A ' ' " Paul Perry Lyle Poulson Lylc Runchcy An accident in the last conference game of the year kept Paul Perry from con- cluding his college grid career in action, but his work during his three seasons of play marked him as a valuable end. Although he was faced with the task of moving two great tackles from their posts. Lyle was called enough to earn his letter. He is a rugged lad with a great deal of experience, and will probably get first call at a tackle job in the fall. As a substitute guard last fall, Runchey replaced regulars and played dogged ball that won him a letter and an option on a varsity berth for next fall. He has two years of competition left. 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".:r::r sara' :- '--'--- '-' .- ........,... ,............................................................................. A - --1 ., ,- - ...... ............................. . .... .. .......... .....-.. ..Lmw::- Jason Saunderson Eugene Sherwood Dwight Strom Shifty broken field running that Won him prep school fame as a halfback, made uSaundy" a dangerous competitor for varsity service last fall and placed him in a prominent position among ball lugging candidates for next year's team. Rated by North Central grid experts as one of the best blocking backs in the loop for two seasons, uSherry7' concluded his collegiate grid career last fall as a triple threat around Whom the Methodist attack was molded. Rugged defensive Work that made it difficult to Hank him, and speedy play as a pass catch-er Won Strom a regular end job. He will not be back next year. Asmussen pulls out of the line. 4 xguai ..-?- Asrrrsi' ' Eli- if - - . ' Bmf if "' . -f Page 59 -Y -' Lf --- - "':............:.....:. ..r .1::':'.::. .. A .- ... . . - ,., . ....:......u:..........................m -I, W, ,,, , , , e--f '-i t-': "'Ef2:7:Eb' "'Fv 'G-7 ""'TI17"r.E-".1"'.'?:mr. "r-15' mi'-' J-'U "'f',:.."'i 'm me: ms. -'5:E.5".:.-Qgg' J e , 1 f3mL'::'7'l::l:""""'-'Q'u':J u7u11v'rwf nunnn uw nun' rg: :gg fu: E: nun nnnuuu , ,url inn-yr -ll - ,,- 1-I-I1-'lll1Illrlugllll1I.1 gm ,nm an nr -3:-qfvuuvgn '22 ,,. um I-ln i:.::Ll':' ':.1" I I IL... I erf' e'lIIllYlY'l::Ll gqnlililii lvl! swirl!! wax.. " " ' nl gnu Hill ldnvrgw R... .."' nn 5 -" " 5E5.1l'5F ""f""""' 'mi ' "':" " """'1'-5'-' -:w:1s1"-"".:::""'.1:u2 Hamm: ... . . . 5' 1- . V , 4 M H li' rliakusg-f": I George Venson James Xvillfong Murvard W'yzxnt After breaking into the lineup as a sophomore sensation last year, uVensH added another colorful season to his record this season as a ball lugger and passer in the Maroon backlield. He has another year of competition. Another halfback who fought hard for a varsity post was Jimmy Willfong, whose speed and drive have placed him in the front ranks of contenders for a berth next fall. He has two more years of competition. Although he was outweighed by every opponent he faced all season, HlVlarvw turned in the best season of his career at his regular tackle berth. Canny defensive play and dogged offensive work won him recognition in all-conference selections and gained the respect of all of his opponents. Wyant graduates in June. "' fl' .r ' L - ff ff " TYi'i5:'2:.' H Q X . im Baxa hitting the line near the goal, 'I :K .,-A,.,,-f'mRg A -1 - iii - .eA,', VYQKQ , J: Nxyxx Q .4311 S ... Page 60 ...U-.-. . ... m . - . . . ...nu - nn . ....,..., ....., vn.I1!DSlll Inn! ll!llll1IlllllUU1i1Il1!lHllll1'I1liUI7Ul11IlIIl'lI1lllIl1II'lUll 311 ggggqgg - '--.l i "2',:nnun mu- ,nun mn nm ummn- nwuwunn nm nun :una un n n' n-m'n---."".T!f" """v 0 ..,--......- . ...n W.. - H. M ...nm . W...-.m N. M H. mm N.. -N. 1- mu'-J-'!....y? ""' , -':'gr'-'qamr nur- m m nv-::1u::'n'T n-1-nun' mmm -1 m-:,:1u M- -mm -mn-n nm- ISHS?-"':"' 3 l"' l"' Ill 'I' I T 31.11 l""fl Nfl Ill! 1.HIll lfl lilil -1- I ,.... e ::Lz-7.,m2- n-Tam nn: .-nu 22, ---.-3-.vnu--zu H125 mn F 1:91. 1-2 mm .vfnuuu-:i1HT.1'iL'!iHa f- N "" . ..m..-- ...-..,.. -. ---' "" .-: .-. inf 1---.... ..-. -.-.- . ... M.. "" " " -. . ...-fn .. . .1.",m. .rn -'U -1m:g"""'l:+-- ..-- . .,L-L-f.....:v -3.-. .......-1..- nn- . mn.. nn--nm. -... .nn is...-N W-.--.mn-un-n .H -1 4-12252-42' .. .ce-:Ls ...::,r:..2' . ."'.," ' .. " " ' .""-". -.....: ... "". ...:: '-me-'.eL':e:: .1-' . GLEN C. HHONIE7' ROGERS ul-Ionic", under Whose direction the freshman football and var- sity basketball squads fall, is the other half of the coaching duo that has spent this year bravely battling the doldrums into which Morningside athletics have fallen and looking with optimism at the future. He shares his superioris confidence in the future and passes on to his men the same ideals and principles he learned from ccSaundy" as an athlete. I ., ..,,.s wg.,...Q - .-ll.-I If ' 1. :':f3Si' 'i null' I '-1 Q - 4' 7 7 v W N I - 1 Page 61 ,,,, ..........,.... ,H . .. .. V ...--- ----- -- - - ' " .-J----SU:-W-'---J---'-""'1:. ......' ..,..' ...z ....:. . .f.,,.' ::::: - A - - ..-er-L2-1-nv ...np .vw-.,-nun.-vvun:Mw':'gu ---",,,,, ,,,,, i1,ma -H -W, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,!.,, ,.,,.,Lq4,.,- . - ----'.:"'.2:1:L' """' " ":.. .... .. nm--A -mg- --"1 "'." " .... ..... 3: M.: ........ ..,......:.m,3,...w.f f D , i 1'?'5""" '- n nvilll Nun Ill stil!!! 'VU' 'qu pn! FTW" "' U'-" . WI. .-.--..T ...7".Lm'.1IhT mmm M- ... lm.. an-5-ln gg u, ,,,,,. ..... ...W -qu mv- w-M , ,,,,:.'.' . .......h. ff- ---nw u u nu-nur nu num I H m' H-3, H nw, ,, , JJ' nu:r.l1-n'::w-2: ,-5 -- ..- -- ..... tw- - -" .....'- . 1---w --- - '- '- "':.".:'. ------ -- -1- ':',:.."'L. .................. . . ....-.... ....::'. .- ,..............................,............ mm um, , . . ,. . . - , .rr :----. .. H- .H-pp"--nun--.nw Basketball Season. As the current athletic depression made inroads on all athletic records, so was Morningsideas season marked by fewer victories than usual and marred by defeats more often than usual. Through- out the season, the Maroons, handicapped by a lack of man power, fought more powerful conference foes on even terms for most of the game until the stronger offenses of the opposition finally tired thedogged defense. Coach ul-Ionic" Rogers, given only a few seasoned veterans to work into his quintet, was unable to uncover enough additional tal- ent to build a threatening attack, and constant shifting of men from one position to another failed to bring out a more workable com- bination. Of the squad that staunchly stood by its mentor and the students of the school which it represented, only three regulars will return for service next winter. These are Wayne Dennis and Lyle Poul- son, guards, and Clyde Van Dyke, center. All three of these men held regular positions throughout the season. High scoring honors were taken by Eugene Sherwood, forward, who led his mates offensively, and marshalled the defense to turn back enemy attacks. He concluded a brilliant college athletic career on the hard court. SEASON Morningside ....... Western Union ...,,,,, Morningside ---.-.. sioux Falls College Morningside Western Union ...,,,,. Morningside South Dakota State-- Morningside U. of South Dakota Mofnlngside North Dakota State M0fH1HeS1de U. of North Dakota Morningside North Dakota State Morningside .....,, Smith Dakota Stafe- Morningside ------- U. of North Dakgta- Morningside ....... U. of North Dakota- -.- 4 " EDGE 62 Herbert Bones Eugene Sherwood Dwight Stro , .. .-.-..... ... . ..... . ...... . ,... ,,,,,,,,,, - '-- ...J--v--n ...... -n-.nw.m,-w'nm.m-nnwn--nwnunmwuununnwmu --'vpn nv- 1- -n n , """' ""'1 .. . ,.,L'g'r:1-W!!-n num nu:-7-wr M ,ugh :gr--:un M fy'-3 ng.. nun. .ln ---' nm' 1-1-.Jn .TEST J .-:Inv -- ' -.A- ...-... . ..... .... ... ...... ...... .. .... ... .. ......... ... ..':'.. ...'zz ...: .....a".:'.11. ...::'.1::.': """Lf:--' .,- .qu-M ...... ....fm ... ... M... ...... ... .........-. ...... ... ... ...... ... ...... ........- mama- . e ,.1,,---uw ..---. nun... nm nun- -up ur -...nw-un mm mn mn nw. nu- mn- unuunu umm n-.nur ' x ..- .....-...-...... ......... ...... ...... -.. ..............: -.. ,... ..... ..... ... -.... ,. ......... ... - , . .3 -a:::::'..z:..' .':.'..."r:1: warm." .".::.".:'. '.:':.'::'.::.':'. " .z'::. :'.':."" " "' " --'A' ..1'::. " ""'r.1:::L' ":555:" " ' ' r- ...... ...... ,............................................................... - '----:- . ..- -f:...... ...... .,......................... .. ...... . ...- .. .......... ......... ...... .ea-:L-::r HERBERT BONES Herbie's greatest attribute on the hard court was speed, With which he combined scoring ability and good judgment to make his presence in the front line almost required. He is a senior. EUGENE SHERWOOD To cap a colorful college athletic career, HSherry', held down a regular forward job with the ill-fated Morningside basketball team thisuyear. He led his mates in scoring and was a scrappy defen- sive player. DWIGHT STROM A penchant for shooting with either hand and breaking enemy breaks before they were started, enabled Strom to keep a firm hold on either a forward or the center job throughout the season. He is a senior. .ff -wi if 3,,,,,,.fff' Page 63 IT1 a - .. ,,.,, . .-Q.. . N- , 1 m . ' 'Z " ' . I - - f-W-nu... .....- . - . I -- ,,,, ..--.-urn.. -. 3:3-N R . . . - ,,, ... -.LUJJ-A..-...-J-.,..-..--5:-:-7-f nm- ,,,g ,,,,,, ,', : uns - .'..:.:'. :.L'J'.........---g',',,,""'l..1'.v'!J-. .-.,-1-m "L" "" " " 2.1: .'-11'.3-".7.11. - 55'..".. .'....-..- I' "" ' ' 'lvl Zin 'U lull lullnld -v-'nn-rw llllll "" " ,,,, 1- .1 mu ,W nuwu munw In pu mn nun' nurwvv """""" """ "WFS SY!! I3 "" " ' " " " ' " "" Tn- f " S!!!-' .- .'. .... '.11!.f!j- ::EE'fh,,, , A lllll gil Il!! llr 'vw' ,qv nuns sv' spurs naar' ' ,.,'p ln! llfnil n .14 f -I' tS"':L'.'.1..'. mm... nu: ""... -.. .... ....... M MI, ,,,,, .- w--' ' ..... mu- nw... ...... ,---..--.4-. 5-'1..5E,:....1..r N-7---- 'gg gk .. .... .. ......... 2-557351 ..... ...... --4'--,?,,:5,,,,1,....:........T .L--...... ,y I "' gqqgqpg rwurwiirwvviptwd ,gqyygltl l '::::'.': " ."',J-'. . .- .- 'L--.nl-n. " . Marvard Wyant W3Yne Dennis Clyde Van DYkC MARVARD WYANT Wyant, playing his last year of collegiate basketball, alternated from forward, to guard, to center, and back throughout the season, but won most recognition for his forward play. He was a big, hard working ball player, and will be missed in the front line next fall. WAYNE DENNIS Supplying speed, deception, and scoring punch to a lethargic rear court, HDenny', played most of the season teamed with Poulson. His experience and floor ability will make him a valuable man around whom to shape a quint next winter. CLYDE VAN DYKE HVan" was one of the few lettermen on the squad this year, and divided time at the pivot post where his size and defensive ability made him a valuable man. He has another year of North Central competition. H 253 5 f lij .en , mfg W Q-Jug.-T Page 64- 'l --,-f.-:.- ...:. . - .... . .,, H ...:. . :. ... .,.:.....- ' - - -'---- - - -- - - '-- -. - . ... ..,,, .......,................-....................................... ... .... .,, .. .- 2.......,L. gl.. ,.... m.m,..... ............ ..... ...:..m....... .... .....' .....'...z....:.. .1'.: ...::- - -vw-vnu nu n nn-vu nm fu nun-1 'nun n nnuwuuu rmnvn nn m -1 " "" ' "' """"""' "' ' "U"-f -' fsmrm-,...L. ........ .... ... M... .,..... -.. ........... ...M ...H ...n ...ti W: m... ..'::Hg:'.1::'w.un-.rv- -,M .-. ......... .... ....... .... .............. ...... ..... ..... ,... ..... ...... .......... ..,... ........ - .,......- .......... ..... - .... .. ........ ............. ... .... ..... ... ...... .. .. . ........ .- . .::'----- - - . . A---...n ....- .-.nn-U.. ,,, pw.. nn N .. 'U --H uuu.,1-v- - -- ......... .........'.:... ..............:::-.....n.:'.':...':".:'..." " :" -" " "": 4r:-"-- ' lllll I lrlltlll ll!!! I llt ll ll In ll!!! 1...- Glenn Littrell Lyle Poulson Jason Saunderson James Willfong GLENN LITTRELL Although he was not allowed as much action as some of the for- wards, Littrell made a stalwart man for the Maroon front line with his size and ball handling skill. LYLE POULSON ln the rear court where size is at a premium, Lyle Poulson, in his first year of varsity competition, won a permanent job. He has two years of competition left. JASON SAUNDERSON Basketball guards are usually required to be big, but uSaundy,' used his size to the gr-eatest advantage in the rear court as a re- placement, and made up in speed what he lacked in weight. JAMES WILLFONG Carrying his customary speed and fight to the basketball court, ccjimmyn played a good share of the season at a forward where his passing and defensive skill enabled his team to make a stronger attack and hold down enemy scorers. 0... Q ,,.... -:eras ,- s '-still I g. its 5-:::si' " I ix Y Page 65 ,,,, ..........:.:',..,, -. ...:: , ....--- - --------'..-J--------' ' ....' ...: ....... ::':.. - - .-.--.- ....- nu 1 ,,,,,, .,-nu'-'uw--.qvnvs-n nun nun, mn mn u unvnn lm' nu... - - fr--L'-In um- noun,-nun W' mn. puruuvurvln nn: H-. M -,,,,, ,,,, ,ug pu nu"'.-.' nm. 'num' - ' "' '- -I----" 2-1'- -- "Y-'J--'H ' F-' '1 :.'.:: HG :am .::u......- ........f-. . . ' "kl'l"""" """ Hill!! 'IIN' I IIUWVI IW!! il lllli llvvll lllllllll 1-- 'v'l"" """ """" ""' "' :nun nm!! 'I """"""' mn nw ww. nun nun 'I'-un., ...nu .-nf---W - --vw --"-- f"""" "':: "' ....- --- "Jr: ... ..... ..... .-,:::.'.::. ........ --..... -,,- ' -,155---w ----1 """.::: :.:... ........ -.- ... ..... ..... ... ..... ..... ..... ...... ..-....- za-J-'------' 1117" """ vm- - vw- -- H-""' ""' ....- .m ..... -1 ...v-.-.....-. ...... .--1L.:: :.. . ..- -f::::::'.1,..' .':.-me ...J ...., , ,,. , '-"". ....-..... .......- ..... ..-.. -,-:::::.'.1:,.: . ,.... .... ....,. ..-........ A - Track Season What bid fair to be a drab track season turned into one of the most prosperous in years. A quartet of crack hurdlers placed consistently 1n meets, field men were regular in their performances as they contributed points, and recognition was earned at various meets under heavy competition. At the Drake Relays, Herb Gottlob threw the discus and put the shot, but was unable to place in the finals after qualifying tosses. Arthur Van .Wyngarden .blazed his way through a brilliant season in the hurdle events, and cllmaired it with his entry in the national collegiate meet in Chicago. He won his qualifying race in the low hurdles, but was forced to be content with a low place in the finals which were Won by an Olympic champion. Van Wyngarden broke a conference record that had stood since 1911, and then broke his own record twice. His time in the low barriers placed him sixth in the nation in 1931, but barely kept him out of the first ten for 1932. In the Dakota and North Central conference carnivals, the Sioux placed men in all events, and made creditable showings despite their lack of man power. Garber in the pole vault and high jump consistently contributed points, Smith as a hurdler and javelin thrower, Van Wyngarden as a hurdler and sprinter, Gottlob as a weight man, and Taylor and Barker as hurdlers were able to place in all of the meets. The outstanding performances of the field men came in the South Dakota dual when all three Morningside shot putters broke the school mark when they swept the event. THE 1932 TRACK SCHEDULE The Dakota Relays Held at Sioux Falls, May 7, 1932 College 120-yard High Hurdles-Won by Welch, South Dakota State, Van Wyngarden, Morning- side, secondg Norton, South Dakota University, third. Time-15.6. College Pole Vault-Won by Stapley, Iowa Teachers, Winters, South Dakota State second' Garber, Morningside, and L. Hanson, South Dakota University, tied for third. Height-Il feet 11 inches. College Mile Relay-Won by South Dakota State fEnnis, Bankert, Painter, Plihallg Iowa C H Teacgers, sficondg Carleton, third. Time-3:29.3. o ege pen wo-mile Relay-Won by C lt CM G , O'C B M . - . Falls College, second, Wayne Teachers,aTlirCifl Tirheie8:17.4imnOr, urns, acfiaei i SIOUX Javelin Throw-Won by Kortan, South Dakota State, 176 feet 6V,, inches' Pierce North Dakota University, 169 feet 1 inch, second, Smith, Morningside 164 feet 97 inch third College High Jump-H. Hanson, South Dakota Universllitv, ,and Hunt, North ,Dakota State tied for first, Evans, Wayne Teachers, and Stapley, Iowa Teachers tied for third Height-5 feet 11 inches. ' ' 'D 12011155-ieI?0iyaVr5l r1DeaLSelLgglfot1ii1bcy Piiweflixiiogth Dakota University, Ptak, Yankton College, second, orth Central Conference One-mile Relay-W b S th D k S ' , . - . C H Plihglljg SoluthRlqakotz5VUnix1gers2:'y, second?nNoi'7th Olgakotaa Ujriilvertsiiiif 'l?i?1?fl,x3:i3,.ia1nte1, oege a-m1e eay- on y nkt CR 1d,F-1 U ' , ., - , " - D. legei1hsecond6VNor1the3nI Normal, Efhirdin Tirrfileiglzf-32.6lu Ono, Wllsoni Ptah, i SIOUX Falls C01 iscus rowj- on y einhover, North Dakota University, 140 f t 19 ' h - - af,1g..?5Q3tadFa2 aa tzictffsr fa M5135fBi?imW15?1f51e5tai5fa North Central Conference Half-mile R l -W b S h D k ' ' Plihallg North Dakota State, secgnadfg Mdiiiiinfgsidielit thi1'H.Ot'El'i33E1igfn4lth, Palmer' Palmer' College Shotput-Won by Meinhover, North Dakota Universit 45 f i l i S T h . ' Y, eet 6.inchesg Willert, Iowa ligzeimelfasslers, second, 44 feet 2 inches, Burma, North Dakota University, third, 39 feet C ,al Qian' ,li ' Page 66 L . - s. .a:-::::. ..1.'.:r - ---'--I ------- ----Q , -2-,..,..,g-,W ....... ...1.-.... m.,,,,..... ......- .... ...... ....... .... .....":::':'.':..'::::'.1.'.':g- 4:-::-N -1-'- - Z.- ..- .... . ...... 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Time-10.3. Mile Run-Won by Caddes, South Dakota, Kemper, South Dakota, second, Gill, Morningside, third. Time-4 :38.5. 440-yard Dash-Won by Weishaar, South Dakota, Wirth, South Dakota, second, Bones, Morning- side, third. Time-51.7. 120-yard High Hurdles-Won by Taylor, Morningside, McCann, South Dakota, second. Time-15.5. 880-yard Run-Won by Adkins, South Dakota, Caddes, South Dakota, second, Gill, Morningside, third. Time-2 :0.5. 220-yard Dash-Won by Landman, South Dakota, Jenkins, South Dakota, second, Van Wyn- garden, Morningside, third. Time-22.5. Two-mile Run-Won by Ash, South Dakota, Wilcox, Morningside, second, Adams, South Dakota, third. Time-1 1:1 1.3. 220-yard Low Hurdles-Won by Taylor, Morningside, Van Wyngarden, Morningside, second, Smith, Morningside, third. Time-25.7. Mile Relay-Won by South Dakota CWeishaar, Adkins, Caddes, Wirthi, Morningside, second. Time-3 :33.3. Discus Throw-Won by Gottlob, Morningside, Koberg, Morningside, second, Bones, Morningside, third. Distance-130 feet 6 inches. Pole Vault-Garber, Morningside, and Hanson, South Dakota, tied for first, McCann, South Dakota, third. Height-11 feet SM3 inches. Shot Put-Koberg, Morningside, and Gottlob, Morningside, tied for first, Haenfler, Morningside, third. Distance-40 feet 4 inches. High Jump-Won by L. Hanson, South Dakota, W. Hanson, South Dakota, second, Garber, Morningside, third. Height-5 feet 9 inches. Broad Jump-Won by Sweeley, South Dakota, Koberg, Morningside, second, Garber, Morning- side, third. Distance-21 feet LLVZ inches. "q. 1 --I QS. " QR , gl! p- . .-:::. - ,fZf Y Page 67 ,,,, ..........,.... . ...... -- I """'.'.-rv-'J--"""""""'7.T5'-' 1- m ' . -2 - m l. . .',.' .1122 ' ' u I ' ' -nuvuw--.vuvvvu nun 'U"' "" vu nnnvnun an n nuns - - - - L .a....,...............--r,r.,.. ............ nu: , ,,. ... --- -".:. ............. .. .......,. 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Herbert Gottlob Lawrence Smith Arthur Van Wyngarden The Iowa Conference Meet Held at Cedar Falls, Iowa, May 21, 1932 THE SCORE State Teachers ..... ------- 7 0 Luther .............. ------- 2 3 Penn ...... ------- 2 2M Simpson ..... ------- 1 9 Wesleyan ...... ------- 1 7K2 Morningside .... ------ 1 OM St. Ambrose ..... ----- Parsons ........ -.--- 6 6 Dubuque 4 Central ..... ..... 3 Columbia .... ..... 2 SUMMARIES 120-yard High Htlrdles-Won by Esser, St. Ambrose, Taylor, Morningside, second, Kittrell, Iowa Teachers, third, Steinmetz, Iowa Teachers, fourth. Time- 15.5. fNew recordj. 100-yard Dash-Won by Nesset, Luther, Berry, Iowa Teachers, second, Grier, Iowa Teachers, third, Huff- man, Iowa Wesleyan, fourth. Time-:09.9. fNew recordl. Mile Run-Won by Richardson, Simpson, Denekas, Central, second, Durdis, Iowa Teachers, third, Good- manson, Luther, fourth. Time-4:39.4. 440-yard Dash fFirst Sectionj-Won by Haitt, Penn, Cullers, Iowa Wesleyan, second, Lepp, Iowa Teach- ers, third, Walse, Simpson, fourth. Time-:51.5. 440-yard Dash fSecond Sectionj-Won by Hulin, Iowa Teachers, Sever, Parsons, second. Time-:52. 220-yard Low Hrrrdles-Worr by Van W'yngarden, Morn- ingside, Belding, Luther, second, Taylor, Morning- side, third, Esser, St. Ambrose, fourth. Time- :24.6. fNew recordj. Shot Put-Worr by Miller, Iowa Teachers, McClure, Penn, second, Liddicoat, Simpson. third, Gerber, Iowa Teachers, fourth. Distance-43 feet 6M inches. fNew recordj. 220-yard Dash-Won by Berry, Iowa Teachers, Nesset Luther, second, Grier, Iowa Teachers, third, Haitt Penn, fourth. Time-:22. s x Discus Throw-VVon by Willett, Iowa Teachers, Moun tain, Penn, second, Deacon, Dubuque, third, Gjerde, Luther, fourth. Distance-134 feet 8 inches. fNew recordl. al" 'El' 880-yard Run-Won by Wilkins. Penn: Lake. Iowa Teachers, second, Lundberg. Simpson. third, Siekman, Dubuque, fourth. Timt.+2:04.l. Half-mile Relay-Won by Luther fBedding. Luther, Hanson, Nessettj, Iowa State Teachers. second: Iowa Yvesleyan, third: Simpson, fourth. Time-1:30.6. fNew recordj. Javelin Throw-Won by Liddicoat, Simpson: Dienes, Luther, second: Morton, Penn. third: Osten, Dubuque, fourth. Distanctfl73 feet 3 inches. Two-mile Run-XVon by Espy, Iowa Yvesleyan, Rummel. Iowa State Teachers, second, Weed, Penn, third, Risse, I 1 S - ' - mm tate Teachers, fourth. Time-9.48.4. fNew recordj. Broad Jump-Won by Grier, Iowa State Teachers: lfrazey, Iowa XVesleyan, second: Belding, Luther, third: Coy, Simpson, fourth. Distance-21 feet 10 inches. High .lump-Won by Stapley, Iowa State Teachers, Fin- ley, Columbia, Brown, Iowa State Teachers: Franzey. Iowa Wesleyan: and Stutzman, Penn. tied for second. Height-6 feet 23M inches. fNew recordj. Pole Vault-Won by Stapley and Pierce, Iowa State EGHCIICFSS Franzey, Iowa Wesleyan, third: Myers, Iowa t , N . - are Tcfifhefb, and Garber, Morningside, tied for fourth. Height-12 feet 8 inches. Mile Relay-IVOII by Iowa State Teachers fZepp, Grier. Lake, .HRIIHJI Parsons. second, Simpson, third: Columbia, fourth. Time-3:30.8. 443111 l l I 1 E E V f as 1 , ,. TT ' W ' v I3 Page 68 -. --...::::. :. :.'.....:.. ' - - ' ------ - -- ,.- " ---1 muuvwvwwm-nn-nnnu 1-vnu 'vnu'-1 n--U-1-, ' I-N -in u. - 3 ..... ....v.11:rL' """' me ..m'- ...".:::'.:.".r. ""'E:.": "' 'Aw' -'in '--- -5- - - - ' -- --"-1'-2-"5?:'i'.'F"-"3---" -1-- A JV..- -'--'-' -lm-X n"-- nn, N. nirn 'un' 1-vu fu r mQ- m :nm nu- nn: an nun'-1'-' 'T' ""':' Y' f-q........ ...,..i,........ .... ..., ...... ....... .': ....1 ......:. 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Mile Riin-Won by Pearson, North Dakota University, Bankert, South Dakota State, second, Kemper, South Dakota University, third, Baker, South Dakota State, fourth . Time-4:33.8. 440-yard Dash-Won by Painter, South Dakota State, Wirth, South Dakota University, second, Weishaar, South Dakota University, third, Ennis, South Dakota State, fourth. Time-50.1. 100-yard Dash-Won by Pierce, North Dakota Univer- sity, Kauff, North Dakota University, and Plihal, South Dakota State, fourth. Time-9.8. fEquals recordj. Dakota State, tied for second, Palmer, South 220-yard Low Hurdles-Won by Van Wyngarden, Morn- ingside, Welch, South Dakota State, second, Taylor, Morningside, third, Plihal, South Dakota State, fourth. Time-24. fNew recordl. Half-mile Run-Won by Mosher, North Dakota Univer- sity, Schweiren, South Dakota State, second, Caddes, South Dakota University, third, Adkins, South Dakota University, fourth. Time-1:59.5. 220-yard Dash-Won by Pierce, North Dakota Univer- sity, Plihal, South Dakota State, second, Knauff, North Dakota University, third, Landman, South Da- kota University, fourth. Time-21.8. fNew recordl. High .lump-Won by Hanson, South Dakota University, Hunt, North Dakota State, Winters, South Dakota State, and Winslow, North Dakota University, tied for second. Height--5 feet HM inches. Pole Vault-Garber, Morningside, and Richoi, South Dakota State, tied for first, Winters, South Dakota State, and Hanson, South Dakota University, tied for third. Height-12 feet. 54 .,....-53y, ....-..2s ...miaw 8 Shot Put-Won by Meinhover, North Dakota University, Mahnuson, South Dakota State, second, Peterson, South Dakota State, third, Koberg, Morningside, fourth. Distance-45 feet 7 inches. fNew recordl. 120-yard High Hurdles-Won by Taylor, Morningside, Van Wyngarden, Morningside, second, Barker, Morn- ingside, third, Shore, South Dakota University, fourth. Time-15.1. Two-mile Run-Won by Pearson, North Dakota Univer- sity, Warner, North Dakota State, second, Bankert, South Dakota State, third, Shore, North Dakota Uni- versity, fourth. Time-10:21.1. Freshman Half-mile Relay--Won by South Dakota State fAndres, Hokenstad, Mickaelson, Sawyerlg Morningside, second. Time-1:3-4.8. Javelin Throw-Won by Kortan, South Dakota State, Smith, Morningside, second, Pierce, North Dakota University, tl1ird, McKay, North Dakota State, fourth. Distance--175 feet 4 inches. Broad .lump-Won by Winters, South Dakota State, Pierce, North Dakota University, second, Hunt, North Dakota State, third, Iverson, North Dakota University, fourth. Distance-21 feet 75 inches. Freshnfan One Mile Relay-Won by South Dakota State fKnuckols, Knappied, Hokenstad, Sawyerj, Morning- side, second. Time-3:38.3. Discus Throw-Won by Meinhover, North Dakota Uni- versity, Gottlob, Morningside, second, Burma, North Dakota University, third, Peterson, South Dakota State, fourth. 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Track was the only sport in which he participated seriously, but his specialization was justified by the dazzling performances he was able to turn in consistently in heavy competition. MORNINGSIDE TRACK RECORDS Event Won by Year Tinze 100-yard Dash Kettle 1930 9,8 220-yard Dash F. F. Hall 1903 22,02 Kettle 1931 22.02 440-yard Run Hansen 1930 50.3 880-yard Run Hansen 1929 1:58.5 Mile RUN Wesley Damerow 1921 4336.4 120-yard High Hurdles Haven Means 1928 15.5 220-yard Low Hurdles Van Wyngarden 1932 24. 880'Y3fd Relal' CKettle, Bale, Hansen, Menterl 1930 13294 Mile RCIHY CKettle, Bale, Hansen, Menterl 1931 3g25,6 Two-mile Relay fWalker, Lavely, Morley, Curryl 1925 8:15 High Jump Jensen 1927 5 ft. 11 in. P016 Vault Gerber 1932 12 fr. Broad Jump Paul Brinkman 1926 21 ft. 6 in. Deneld Creee 1926 21 ft. 6 in. Sher Put Herbert Cottlob 1929 41 ft' Discus Herbert Gerrleb 1931 135 ft. 8 in. 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'.-. . . -..,,, -mug Back Row-Haenfler, Poulson, Strom, Bollman, Wyant, Weinheimer, Lacy, C-auger, Pauley, Swenson. Second Row-Larson. Oosterhuis, Fritts, Hileman, Sherwood, Perry, Venson, Bones, Runchey. First Row-Mackaman, Day, Asmussen, Littrell, Willfong, Saunderson, DeRoos, Perley. Football Squad FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Breaking the four-year hold of the University of South Dakota Coyote Pups on victories in the annual grid clash of the two yearling squads was probably the most outstanding achievement of the l932 plebe football team. This eleven, composed of experienced prep school players in all berts, provided competition for the varsity in scrimmages, and Coach J. M. Saunderson fell heir to a wealth of talented material at the close of the season. The front line, although it contained few really heavy men who could be looked on as first rate varsity material from this standpoint, Was a canny combination, combining a wide knowledge of the game with a fighting spirit which, in turn, was tempered by good judgment. At center, Doug Reeder held his post in the face of determined opposition by Meredith, and was flanked by Goldberg, Hubbs, Tremaine, or James, in the guard spots. Outside of this trio came Roach, Walden, and Docken, tackles, and the wall was completed by Fellwock, Peterson, Hedum, and Crawford, ends. Plenty of reserve material backed this line, and most of it was given a chance to see service during the year. ln the backfield the greatest talent of the squad came. To general the team from the quarterback post was Baumsten, Rasmussen, McArthur, or Johnson, all good field generals, and all capable of assuming the blocking and ball carrying duties of the quarterback. For half- backs, Coach 'fHoniev Rogers could pick a pair from Dean, Babcock, Brubaker, Baumstein, or Johnson, and have two triple threat men on the field. This quartet was rounded by either Childers or Yount at fullback. Y I 7 ' X N Qi ?, if 1 it li Page 71 ,,,, ............. . . .. . . - - """'.'.-1-vi...-.1-nu:-51:-,v Mun ,-5 'mg, , ,v 5-,Q-:gg 5 . .....-........ ,... , , , ,,, -:'-J-r- - T-U" ----.:.':."" .... "2-21'-'Sh ... -rr: . --f',,1-,. -.:.'n za: .....:".:'.1:.....5-gre.-::.'.zzu" l.l .zgnnunu um- ,vu , ,. ... 1- nn.-. . -- n"', ,,,,,nw Iv' gm nuuvu nnnucn .1 - , . - . f-Q ... H... ...vu .m num nun n nn: nnvn nm una nu! ,U ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,n,,,,,. . f'+5v':l"u'YuTmn nvuun un: nl mqnn m nuunnu-nw .nn nur :nn nu- an ,,, --nf' .wg .-nun--5, - ' I" U' """ 1 'uv-uvvvuuuu nun' .nw .un -1- nu' quo: on-vu --wanna .v . 1- -nviuiv lurll nvunvl , nvvunu mul " .--nw-nu. -n vw pvvvv. an ...nu un F' . -uuupi' - ' Y ,,..,5......-. ...Vu mfg-,:: M... ........ --1 ,,,,,...m- N. N... 7'-,'g,"....-w M.. ...Q-n-7 pg.. if--nw, ,- .... . ..- .... .. ..- ... .... ,,,,,,..,... .... ,t ,- -7"""" um nllrwwiri Ulu U rvurrvvi nullgvlvl pqvwwulwttipqvvtv uwviuri u nn 1 - --nn , --'-1::z:'.12-- ---f----- '-'.:...:...."':'...................,.'.:,.- mm.,-, .......... -....:.'.... ..,... ,......... 'nm-,,,,,,,, 4, ' :V A 1 Back Row--Bedient. Dorken. Poulson. Front Row-Saunderson, Littrell, Willfong. Tollcs. Intramurals Variety has been established as the aim of the athletic department in regard to its intramural program, and the activity of the last year attests to the success of the department. Last spring interfraternity lines formed the boundaries along which all competi- tion was conducted, and kittenball was supplemented by horseshoes, golf, and tennis. This spring competition followed a basketball and volleyball tournament that con- sumed the winter sessions. This Winter produced two basketball tournaments which attracted wide spread attention during the season. These were run in favor of the volleyball tournament conducted last Winter. In the interfraternity tournament, the, Phi Sigs, coached by HlVIarv,7 Wyant, won top honors with the Tau Delts, coached by Jason Saunderson, coming out in second place. This tourney was conducted on a round robin basis, and the finals standings were compiled on a percentage basis after the competition of all play. The greatest interest came in the class tournament. This meet saw favorites de- feated by underdog teams consistently, and the sophomores who finally won it, were themselves beaten in their first game. This game was conducted on a double elimination basis. The sophomore team, coached by Jason Saunderson and Jimmy Willfong, displayed the smoothest attack and th u e most tenacious defense of any entered, and these vlrtues were combined with a consistency of performance noU present in the other aggregations. 1 ,ff x . 7 1. XX .Q -f Q XX - Page 72 af' 1 u I . .- .. ... . . . . . . aah.:-.':.l,H:: .......................................-..::.w.' - -- - -----., . ,,,,,,,, ,nn -'I nnunnnuuurnnuunwuwunwu nun... ,,, ""' "ll--s mgn-,-ml: ...... .. ... ".:: ....' ...:. .....:' ... ': -qv... ':'.:'- -" --- ----'-----In -'-'-!.:'::: - - -" AST... . mm ... an . .... . ..':1:. .: .....1. .....:. " ""' :nw M :."-Y '-1: --':-"-'41- -12'-WH :r:r:n:-'-:- fl .3 :nn u u-s nunruul nun ruin!!! " ""' IUUYII ININIUIIU 1 .1-f . . ... -... ,... 'In un- -...nw-nn mm um mn mu nun nun un ""' ""'" ' ......... . ......... -... - ... .. :'....... -- -v -- - - """' ""' ----H .., , , ............. ... ... ..- ... .... ,.. ... ... ...... .. .. .......:.:'...... .1.... .......:::."'... "'- -' - ----- " --'-1"-1'H- 'J-"-::r.1::.a' -- -----2-ef ... . ............................. . . . '.... "::r:-:.'----.::g--- --I-Ti . I ,, .. 1 :run mum u-g----Z- Back Row-Lewis, Poulson, Haenfler, Littrell, Coach J. M. "Saundy" Saunderson, Runchey, Pauley, Strom, Taylor Second Row-Popevis, Asmussen, Dennis, Day, Bones, Venson. Van Dyke, Haakinson. First Row-Kronick, Wlvant, llileman, Sherwood, Bollman. MMU crab f The MMH Club is an organization of Morningside men who have won major ath letic monograms in any or all of the three interscholastic sports. The group IS purely honorary and takes but little part in the social or political activities of the campus as a unit. Martin Kronick Marvard Wyant Ralph Hileman Eugene Sherwood Harold Bollman John Popevis Harold Asmussen MEMBERS Wayne Dennis Gurney Day Herbert Bones George Venson Clyde Van Dyke Jack Haakinson Kenneth Lewis Lyle Poulson Ed Haenfler Glenn Littrell Lyle Runchey Donald Pauley Dwight Strom Warner Taylor 4 G xxsvhhli-1 ' ' ....lil p. -"" . semi' " 3' E 41 XX is ,.-1 , Page 73 .. ......-.- ..... H- . . .-wn - nun.. . nn -nn.-um., .. . 0... - -.- 15.-.-.nf .-.--- -n..nw-m...nv-m.,m-mf.----1-n--nn-vu.nv-1-n--.www-.nv-4-1-...nv ...,. dung., . -..-1-nun mu- ,nun mn pm mmm. .vnu-un nm nn.. mn. mn mn --m nu.-nu., ..,... nu.: -- - .g.........- .....- .-n .-.. .. m. ... ...M-. . ...U--... ... W.. U... M .um H.. nn. -1 -nun-nn mr- ....-nz... - - Z' - vliliiil llhll IVIIIIU IT!!! Ulu IUIIII1 dll!!! Il IIYIIIIICII IYVIIIUVQ Q!! lvl! Qin IU!! IUIIIII IUIIIUIUHII llvlll lllllllu' """ ,- .gnruuv umm nnuvn mn nu :nun muun In uuunnnun nvwn nm nun nu: mn nuns nunuuu- um. nn...-fa . . ll 4f3,3......- .r---. mann nu- -nm -1- ur .-.nv-up nm- mn nn -vu nn- mn: :mann nf-up nun., . .,.-.,...-... ...... ........-. ........ ...-... M. .--....-..... .... .W ...W ...N -- -... .- ...-vu... ...... ..-U... . -,.-.-.nr mu- my-www nu. - .11 .. nn... vmnuun- N. M.. .m ,- ...ww 1. ...U nu nu-up mu. --.nn-. ..,. , 5--'runnin :ml nnuulwuunn :will 1117! Uvirvvti vililriiiirl lvvli IU!!! luliltvv NI!! Ill!! UIQ!! llllvl 1311!-I1 4 f ..- nun mf-n nn-nuuuww-n.w1wu.nnvnn-n.-vu--vw-.vww.---,Q-vu-num.--nun'-1 ...un nun... . mf- :--.-.. ...... -p-www-n-iv--.n--.. . . . . . ,. . ... . .... . .1-. . ..-.-..-. ...M ......--.- - . MISS MARIAN NIEHAUS W. A. A - - - . has become one of the leading organizations on the campus of Morn- Qgiiieogollege under the leadership of Miss Marian Niehaus, director of physical exi-lnelrlsekilg in egch sport, and her fairness in all decisions have made her a perfect o ' 1 . . , P . SOO. sportsmanship. Sne has won the admiration of all the girls and 1S an active participant in all the s ' ' ' - , ports. Miss Niehaus is an abl -t - friend, and an excellent leader. C mb ructol' a true 7 -Q ff , Agni ,f3" 4, -' xx 253' Page 74 . Womcn's Atftlcttc Assocttttton The Women's Athletic Association is organized to promote an interest in athletic activities and accomplishments and to develop a spirit of good sportsmanship and comradeship. The main emphasis this year has been an attempt to make possible MA sport for every girl, and every girl in a sport.'7 One of the most popular sports of the year is that of hockey. 1t's a game full of fun, activity, and excitement! The championship game between the Sophomores and the Upper- classmen ended in a scoreless tie. - The K. Z. X. team won the intramural basketball tournament by defeating the Pi. K. A. team in a score of 6-5. The seniors earned the right to have their numerals engraved on' the basketball cup by defeating the juniors. The basketball season reached an exciting climax when the Harvard team defeated the Yale team in a close game, 17-14. Volly ball proved to be the most popular game of the year if we may judge by the number participating. The Pi. K. A. team won the round robin tournament by defeating all teams. The class elimination tournament was won by the juniors. The 1932 baseball season opened with an intramural tournament which was won by the Pi. K. A., thus giving them an undisputed claim on the intramural plaque. The class tournament was won by the combined freshman-sophomore classes. - The 1932 tennis season closed with an enthusiastic tournament in which Lois Gessell became champion by defeating LeClaire Engelken. ' Recognition should be given Crystalle Dasher for her enthusiastic efforts in organizing all phases of individual sports, including roller-skating parties, hikes, archery, swimming, coasting, skiing, golf, tennis. ln April the physical education classes gave a demonstration of dancing and games of foreign countries, Danish gymnastics, Red Cross Life Saving, and a tumbling performance based on the story of Mickey Mouse. April 18, 19, 20 the organization was represented at the A. C. A. C. W. onvention at the University of Texas, Austin, Texas, by Katherine Morrison and Dorothy Weaver. May 13 W. A. A. sponsored a play day for high-school girls to promote 'cplay for play's sake." I "5 xxxfafz' w- ...n" 1- -w w ' ' null" I ' xx Page 75 .5 vw .mi l ,,,, . ......,.... . ...... ... . - ,.... .......-.-...................... ,,,:. ......s:-s.. l H ,:.Lg'::::r?-1.1ZL'rL'::::"'e":-nu:-':"IvJ3s'Lf,,'h,. p q-rv:unn rug: i1.m,S,:x :E :J':q:'I:Q":'yp" "Es".1?,:f.nEsiai::Q,....- ' ' - 'T urnvllvf "ml "' - .... -. .--nm . .qw--..n n Lv' -n M, ,,,, ,,,,,. .... naw- 5' ulun- , , - --. -f --- ------ -'vw ""' -.um n vw'l""" ""' mn -an nun- numun- .10 gr - . 2-5111:-vivllnurl nn-vu :ai E Innes' mln M -u",,,,, ng: gr: mu N' mn. -,r-,,,,,,, :m?.:1eeLv:,- - ,ff? ""'-WL' "" "-'- ""': 2'-1' "' :ara m.".::' -:mar .... ... .... ,.,m. ::g.J: ..2. . ::5,::-my .gifs .... .. ....... m..:,::,-L ..,,,.. 1... ....... -3-,Lg-,Em. :....-...., qu.: - A1-?-"--"" """ """"" nv-un-na'--.wc-.-1-.'-vw- I .I - " ' A", . . -.. .nu .. pn .-1 .... .-- -. -.1,..,,......... ,................L'- U-,, , "" , U .. .. ..:-I :ann -.um V ---- --- S W A. Al. Board President ........... ....... R oene Brooks Baseball ................... ..... l. 6Cluil'C El15.'6lkCll Vice President ........ ........ E lenore Quinn Volley Ball .................. ............ N luriel Batho Secretary .............. .............. E va Freer Publicity Chairman ...... ....... D orothy Weaver Treasurer .... ................. R uth Hulse Social Chairman ......... ............. R largaret Ling Hockey ......... .......... M aribeth Squires Awards Chairman ....... ....... K atherine Morrison Basketball ........ ........ E ra Bell Thompson Individual Sports .... ......... Crystalle Dasher 1 Brooks, Hulse, Dasher, Batho, Engelken, Thompson. Sweater Winners The highest standards of sportsmanship, scholarship, lead- ership, service, and all-college spirit are represented by those who are honored with sweaters. Ruth Hulse, LeClaire Engel- ken, and Muriel Batho were awarded their sweaters this year. Roene Brooks, Crystalle Dasher, Era Bell Thompson received their sweaters last year. ide W -19 s' K l KX Page 76 - , ..... -.- ....- ... .. --e -.- . . ... - " -'r.::"r.v.-zzz" H'-"' L 2..- ...-... ...... .- ...... ...... ...... ' fL'E...:.....x.z ..':'.'m-.::: -.. .. -' . ...,L "" ' ' ' "-:f nv uv.. nn- un: nm M nugvnnr nm nl nuns nun n nun nu :nun nun: rn nu: sun: an ur . . . . nn nm ... ...-,. .-. -nv-W. -H -vw..--ww-... -1-'-nv--- nn-1 -... m .. , ,-- rurnwfvnmugwfxnn muu unnn -v..-vm' nur-- nn-nun' mum- nun-nnuu num " "" "' . -E . -1 nn nu sunny-uv - un - nn m nun -mu nw un muuqn nr u .nun nm un: nun mn nun-u nufwun-. 1 um :mv nw: Lan nun unuunnr :mu nun- v . . ..... .. . ...... ...... . ...... - . '... :"".f,"' '- . ... ........... ... ...... .......... -..... ....'.""" ' ...ur--'U ,. .. . ... .. ... . .. ..- -- .... .. ... ... . . 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The Honorary Teams were chosen by the physical education director and as- sistant, the head of the sport, and the captains of the teams. They represent the most skillful players, who have attained the highest W. A. A. standards. Rm!" al' I ?.-,gxki ti ,lgli P -ff 11:5- 4 ' qu.. -:,...-un -- . 1. .':. sr x - , - xx Q I-IZZ, Page 77 . . ----- - ' ........ .........1 ..... ...::. ..:':.. .f.,.'..: ::,,,,- 4 - . ..... -.-MT .-N ,..........................-........,........- W ,,,, ..... ..,.. ............ ,... . .....,. - A - -. ..lfumi-'funn ,n m mn pm n-.awp sur:-vfvin my , ,,,1',,, , ,.,.. .... 3115, "',117vwu:'-7"':.'.'J:f,1,-1-f,..,- . ,.., .... - ... - .........-. .... ... -,U M, -"' .........- ..... ,, ,, H. . . as-........ ..:... 3 .mr ... ..... ..... .. ........ ........ :E 3 W- W, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.- ..,. . ..-F , f -gnnun mu- munn mn u nn.. umm -n 251.5 -In mm ,,,,, ,,,,, ..... M- mn. I ni:-1,5331-qgugglvggggggv: , v ' - f-r21::::r.1::r ...:':... 2. .. 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I .I . - -.un - I nu - I-ww... .. . ,nu N, ---- . - nn .-n-nu--vuvvv. mv v-'vnu -vvn--nnwv.-w-Q -1-.., N... ,,.,,,,,, ,,, .. ... -5--nun-rw um- nn:-vu mn nm mmm- nn-nu-nn nm nun nu-u Jn mn' n-m'n-1-vnfu ."l:.i':':'v :Q -n -v .-vw. -ww - n- -un-v I nun.. -.. M Q M -m vu- nu- up -'nun-un un- . nl -n--vu .mm nn-nu :nu n- nu-un nun n :nuns-vu umm-n -on mn :nu fun nun- nnruvu-su um- qfunfr- """ -snvuun mu: nnuvn nun un rw-ln umnn an nun-nnwu on-nn nm nn: mn mn nun' nunwun- mu- nun.---H x 1- -:Lv-f -.I-I nu?-n nu nun- :Lu ur -rnryyw-:zu Tzu mn nn :nu mn mn: unnunn una nnnnn - -' :.:.....- .1.... . ......... ..... - . ..... ........ ,.... .... ..... .. ... ..... " " 4.4: :r 11. ..':.'.':. ..... ..: :.u:::::1-L.. , , --.........v ...T .-..-....n -W Juv, -n:-- -v--un-U-. -vu -un nn--. mn n-n fn-nu .mu -uu- --'-nun -I nu-N..-..'-., nv... nu.. v-..,'-- -v-. --. -v. U.. .- u-u -1 L n 1 nun- . .vnu -v in ' v-1. -I "": ""' Back Row-Hulse, Cross, Morrison, Dasher. Front Row-Eyres, Gray, Engelken, Batho. PIERIA A VOLLEYBALL TEAM Back Row-Weaver, Freer, Hall, Holdcroff- Front Row-Morrison, Hanson, Kingsley. Winning Teams ZETALETHEAN BASKETBALL TEAM Back Row-Iddings, McMasters, Hall, Townley, Heilman Front Row-Squires, Bushnell, Quinn. 1932 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMOBE BASEBALL TEAM llfll Z Page T9 ill- -Y 'nd Jaanxfu... . -V U .k.. , .,,Q,,f f-, H ..r-' ..r1..r: . - m:rgr,5s,i'f 'T 1 .mas ,J I -ll-- u-nu I ,,,,,,, pp mfg' ' P-,,, "1 . fra- ...1'.."' -",f..:,2..Q-" 'Si' ,EW ' T " H' 3i'5'Ju'HnTIlFHffn'7u1'u:.5TnlES3'nn:flllnl Il,."""",1'Ji'I'g'H5"n'5n'1u1-g':i:I'l:' nnllluni I mv I ,- 4 -" a1::2L'5.'11'.:.'1'.1-Iy::es5 ""':.:.F:' fa7h- -'-:.a.-':::':f::.'.'Im,::r ' """.mH-' ,., . .. , ' . .-:' .Ln --- ---I. -, N -Q ,g ,V .Hy u ', 3 g ' m m' QT" "'i," ' 4.zEiz..'m.s:F1.f ...-ers........a...,.4 -. I GIRLS' ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES I T .f' 1 M I ,,.4JA-A 'Y V , wxpx S Page 80 f BOOK III. Councils of the Sioux Organizations and Activities 'Down the rivers, o'er the prairies, Came the warriors of the nations, Came the Delawares and Moluzwks, Came the Choctaws and Comanches, Came the Slwslwnes and Blackfeet, Came the Pawnees and Omahas, Came the Marulaus and Docozalw, Came the Hurons and Ojibways, All the Warriors drawn together By the signal of the Peace Pipe." I . I I I I I I I I 1, I ff I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ii I IQ I II I I I I I II II I II ' I III II II I I II II II I I II I III I II I II ' II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I WI II II II I II II I II I I II II II II I I III 7 I Il II I I III I I II III f ' III I I II I III I "I QIII III I III I :III I I I II I I Q xg I 4 .I. I I I II II In I II I I I I I I ' "- -nun W..- .-- nn - - rv- -vu:-vu --mn nnun nn: nu ll'l'1lIY llllll NIIIIIUI ll- Ill ' fad::::.':r.1:::- "'z'.:"' "H- , :.......- ...ma ....r - . . ----........ .... . ............. ..... Q-- e. ....---nv nm- uw--nun-n--'vnu-In-umunwu-uw--'vnu'-. -nruuu num A-'un mn nm ummnn uunuvrnn nu nun funn mn mn nm n--n-nw 1- -U ...nm . fm-----w m v- U- . W- -nm nn nn- 1- -vu n ., nun nh... nn-nwvnwvnunuvun nun'--n--nf-.n-w..m--fn .vnu - .- - -. .nw-n u'-J: !H""-4'-1' n nnuwru-u nnnvn nn mn :nu mn- nun- un ln Inuvnnwu nuns um: nn: nu: mn nuns rnuwunn nm- unsung - '-' nr un.. u nu u nw :vu -:fra rw In nw ' rv un' Lv: nun un nun um: nn.-un " " m mn "" " " n 'll' -3- " " .1l"Ti'2.!L"':- -nn. ..- -vun nu- nun nu-nun. mn nun nn-1 nw- -nn-w nn- .nu-1--uuvu nu-vu .----'-----..-'-n-vnrun-..-n-unv-' I 1 .. -v.--pn- .nn .. ...nu .---- Student Council President ........... ........ A llen Richardson SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES Vice President ....... ............... L ois Crane President ........................................---.-----------.-------- Lyle Paulson Secretary-Treasurer ...................... ....... IN 'Iarjorie Hunter Representative ................--.......--.-.---.------------ JHSOII Sf'-llI1d0l'S0I1 Athletic Representative .................... ......r.... D wight Strom X Student-Faculty Representative ..............,... Helene Crenshaw FRESHMAN REPRESENTArl IVES President .,...,.,...,..,,...................,.............................. Denton Dean ' SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES Representative ..... Lowell Osborne President ..................... ................................... H oward Robson . I Representative ---.------M- - -------------------.-------------.-A--.-- Janice Hagy 5: gi -'-'-'-jfgfgfllxf ,fO't'tfQ - Collegian Reporter ..... ......... J ohn Skrable , JUNIOR REPRESENFI ATIVES Q W. S. G. A ............... ....... M yrna Fritts President .......................................................... Kathryn Vincent Pi Kappa Delta v'------ -'------' R Gene Brooks Representative .n .... ,,,...,..,, D ale Jgnes W, A. A ................ .. ........ Roene Brooks C ' ll . Page 81 Sn ,.-...nu .... nu ' -- H- -wvnm nuwun- ... 1. ....::. .. .:........:......: ' ....: ' '--'--- - ,,,,,,,,,, , - ---M .. . ... .......... ....L. ....... ....,-..... .....:.. ....r....... '..... min ....... .:.':'7.v'.:"r::.".:'.'..":1:::'.':':.E::::2S -'spun' -um nnnn nm nu nun-u nun "" I-'pq' nn nn " "' """ 'U' ""' " """"'llv lm- an ..,.- .,- ,a,i........ ...... ........ .... ... ...... ....... .1 ....1......:. .sm ..... mn ....: M: :zum .:n- ""--' ---:m f .. e n-L u' mg. :m ug mn .-U.. -1. .. -....-W..- nm- .fm .W -1. mv- mm nm-..fA1H?A'iL'!i3- ' N " - .-an-I' .I -- -1. -U .-...-..-v -.. nn .nw .-un .- qu- -1 .-nn' ...H . '. . . --......... .11:..' .':.'. ......... :na - ..":. " m::'.:'. m.'::.'::.':. "' .:'::: "":. "' . ....... . " --w' "" ':""-- ----'f -':5i1Il-1-I- M - .. n-nu mm- mnunmmu-fmwunmnm-nm.-1-awxuwm--.-nm-n """ """' """ """'1'i .. . .,............ ........ ...... . .... . :T-"" "-:" ".1 ' -------- . Back Row-McCluskey, Bottom, Dimmitt. Second Row-Ling, Serrill, Donly, Vlfeaver. First Row-McCoy, Brodie, Cross, Hulse. Young Womenis Christian Association OFFICERS CABINET President ........................................ Helen Bottom Program Secretary ............................ Ruth Hulse Vice President ......... ........ M argaret Ling Membership- Chairman .................. Leota McCoy Secretary .............. ......... G ladys Graves World Fellowship ........ . ....... ....... G retchen Gall Treasurer ..............,......... . .................... Jean Serrill Music Chairman ....... ............. R uth Brodie Social Chairman ........... ....... D orotliy Weaver FACULTY ADVISERS Publicity Chairman ......... ........ A rdeth Donly Miss McCluskey Miss Dimmitt Hostess Chairman .......................... Dorothy Cross The purpose of the Y. W. C. A. is to fill any need felt by the women of the campus of Morningside College. Each department aims to provide opportunities for all girls to express themselves according to their abilities and interests. In this manner has the Y. W. C. A. of 1932-33 interpreted the National purpose: c'We unite in a desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task We seek to understand Jesus and to follow Himf' Wwmgs .-ni". 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IC 'A - .,,-,,,,,,.....- nn-nv-www A I A -A I ,, -:-e:-:nun-....- .... -- l - Top Row-O'Brian, Schneider. Graber, Griffin. Bottom Row-Williams, Morrison. Gustinc, Darling. Young Menys Christian Association OFFICERS COMMITTEES President .......................................... John Griflen Devotional Chairman ................ Roger Bosworth Vice President ........ ......... G lenn Darling Freshman Commission ............ Harvey Morrison Secretary ............. ........ D aryl Williams Publicity Chairman .......,....,.,.,.,, Daryl Williams Treasurer ...... ....... E verett Sterling Social Chairman ....... ,,,,,,,, G lenn Gustine ADVISERS Dr. R. E. O'Brian Dr. F. W. Schneider Dr. M. E. Graber Through participation in the activities of the Young Menis Christian Association, a deeper appreciation of the relation of Christianity is gained. The most influential department is the weekly devotional meetings which furnish a series of contacts with some of the leading men of the cit . The Y. M. C. A y . in conjunction with the Y. W. C. A. shouldered the responsibilities of orientating the freshmen. Besides this the organizations together have sponsored several very entertaining all-college parties. 6 1,,,,-'x .1 'f -, - i ,xx X If Page 84 l si..-... . . ...- .. ... . .... ...-.. . ... . QQ IUQIIU U l alnllruuwlnulivviwinvllnlnivuvwu-twiwiwi Iivvlvvi Ili'-Ili:-11 911111 pqqg """'-' "H" '--."1 .......,g ...... ...--... -,.......... .........,... 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Bow-Mackaman, Cauger, Thompson, Williams, Quinn Collegian Reporter .-.--.-.John Slgrable -.---..-..Dale Jones Howard Dobson .-..-.-.-...Bichard Matson ....-.Dwight Mackaman Pearl Woodford Dramatic Editor ............. ............ E dward Evans Organization Editor .............. .---William Gauger Columiiist .............................. Era Bell Thompson Special Writers-Elenore Quinn, Ben Spry, Merton Michaelson, Daryl Williams, Abe Sekt. The Collegian Reporter, the student publication of Morningside College, is more than a chronicler of current college events. This year it has taken a definite stand on campus problems, presenting a platform for a better political situation on the campus, for better management of extra-curricular activities, and for a better social program for the Whole student body. ggi ' -jllu ,-,LJ 4 0 y Xviilfz' -- 1- p, , sz-rrsi' n "' of xx N 'mul -Q' ,,.l-2,12 Page 85 ..5?F.. .... 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Organizations ................ Feature Editor.. Menfs Athletic Music Editor .......................... 119343. Sioux ..-.--......Jane Smith .--..Clyde Van Dyke .........Gleva Binger -..-..Ardeth Donly ...-.--..Ruth Welcli F0fCHSiC Editor ........................ Helene Crenshaw Wome11's Athletic Editor ...... Maribeth Squires Photography Editor .......... TYD1Sf ---------............ ....... ............. J t ine Townley Faculty Adviser ....... Jones Senior Edit0r,,,,-N Editor .............. Howard Dobson Junior Editor ,,,.,-.4,, Dorothy Anderson Make-up Editor ....... 0 . 4 I I . 'uulIi:!l"' if " - if X - ww Page 86 -.-..--.-Harriet Smith ...Coach Saunderson Katherine Morrison ........-......J'ohn Skrable ...njosephine Peterson 5--t ...-..-. ..- ff- , ,.s- - ... 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'.--. .1 L11""1'.2I""' """ "'-'Il' l i Back Row-Margaret Ling, Myrna Fritts, Miss Margrave, Crystalle Dasher, Katherine Blazer. Front Row-Ruth Welch, Leota McCoy, Ruth Brodie, Harriett Smith. Womenys Self Qofzuervnwing Association OFFICERS HONOR COURT President ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Myrna Fritts Freshman Hall President ............ Margaret Ling Vige President ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, C rystalle Dasher Central Hall President ............ Katherine Blazer Seererery ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, R uth Welch West Hall President .......... .......... L eota McCoy Treasurer ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, R urh Brodie Social Director ........... ....... M iss Margrave' Social Chairman ....... ........ H arriett Smith House Matron ....--- -------- M rS. Perry W. S. G. A., governing body of the dormitory, has had an unusually successful year, due to the able leadership of Miss Margrave, social directress, and Myrna Fritts, president. . . . . 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Second Row-Hoffmann, Gwinn, Stephens, Strom First Row-Robson, Rawson, Kolbc, Scrrill. i Board of Comtrol FACULTY MEMBERS H ' F. K hl ' Ira Gwinn T. C. Siieulilens am JEDEC? ?haL1f1nmn Howard Robson P GS ey offmann Mirah Mills STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES Merlin Kolbe .------ H .-------'-'----'-- """-""-"" """""""' """"" """ S 6 I 1 lol' RCPl'6SCl1Iative Jean Serrill ,.,,,,,,. """"""' """""" "" J 1 1 mol' RCD1'6S6I1Iative Elaine Rawson ,.---- """" S Ophomore ReP1'C3Cl1fHIiY6 Dwight Strom ,,,,.,.,-,---- """ """' F reshmull Representative Th B d f C ---"-""-'-"' """"""""' """"""" ""'------- - R C Pl'CS6l1IE1IiV6 at Lal-ge e oar o ontrol governs student ublica' ' - Collegian, and in the future, the editor of tie Anniiglqsi electing the edltor of the 115 Page 88 ....m. ....-..:. .......:.....' 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It was Morningside's privilege this year to entertain the Iowa College Press Association, the program of which continued for the two days of April 22-23, 1932. For this conven- tion, Morningside inaugurated a custom of having the annuals from the various schools attend the convention and be part of the as- sociation. Sixty delegates attended the con- vention as representatives of ten Iowa college newspapers and annuals. Mr. Dale Jones, president of the Association, presided over the convention. The principal address of the program was given at a banquet in the Mar- tin Hotel Ballroom on Friday evening. The convention was closed on Saturday afternoon with the election of officers for the coming year. Mr. Jones was elected director for Dale Jones this year. The schools represented at this two-day convention were Drake, Iowa State College, Luther, Cornell, Simpson, Grinnell, Iowa State Teachers, Coe, Western Union, and Morningside. Morningside College Press Sermee Publicity for Morningside College has been placed in the hands of the Morningside College Press Service, a pro- motion bureau of which How- ard Dobson is the self-ap- pointed editor and founder, and Benny Spry the star re- porter. Newspaper publicity to a mailing list in three states was supplemented by a mat service and an active backing of a number of pub- licity projects. Ben spry Howard Dobson -, I ull 1 "-. A gqhitlw -,, ' , 49 ll' P- Y It 1. r:::si' ' ll " ig 7 wax Page 89 ' 1 .,-,, , H r- . l .... ..........,... . . .... 'I ' ""."' ' 'gg llrvitiilfiitllliivdilliil I D A 005-at -- "' 2'-3 -"L'-"':" "J"':.:1'..'2-'!' --!'-5- - -f- "-5-- - f- -7f -3'-' -.en :..':.'.:'..'::..'2:.':".1 : mn: ' -G--nvunvuw -mm ,nun mn ,,,, ...N 1 rv- in F' H"-H N . nu.- -+"'.--. ..... "" ' "' m num -'um .1 -vu.-'vu nv- 7: gn ' ug gg: in ,,,,L,,,,,, , , ,,,,,,,g 4,-...nun wi.. 'num M- U mu. mm- -n .--mn'-3' mm W' W, mu ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, .. ,, ,,.,,,.,m ,,- ..- - - ----- ---f- --M --- .... .... ..... ..... ... -...'::....,q..,,'.::..,,..i.iuu,::-. --------::'1::-- -' ----" '-r-" --:: r.:.... ............. ... ..... ..... ... ....., .. 1.5. mm mm 'un--: , , - --"' ' " "'-- " -"--- ---- - -- -" :....:'L:.... .,.. .....:'..............., . . ...-.... .. .... -. . ,...................,m.'::..-.,. ..... mm m,,,,,, ,, .,.. ,..... C ..... ..-------rw Alumni Association OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,, , , ,,,,,,,.,,,............ Thomas H. McBride, ,18 Vice President ,,,,,,,,, ........ M rs. Leone Barks, '19 Secretary ........... ......... W . C. Wolle,,2O Treasurer ........ ...... 1 ra J. Gwinn, ,22 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TERM EXPIRES 1933 Dr. Robert H. McBride, '18 Mrs. Marie Wood-Green, '13 TERM EXPIRES 1934 H. C. Harper, '11 Bernice Challman Wolfe, 716 L. H. Kingsbury, '13 ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES FROM COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Term Expires 1933 .......................................... Justice J. W. Kindig, '06 Term Expires 1934 ......... ........ J udge Ralph C. Prichard, '15 Term Expires 1935 .......,. ,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,.,.,,,,,. L e e Barksa 714 ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE FROM CoMM1TTEE OF FACULTY Ira J. Gwinn, '22 Morningside's Alumni Association is of service not only to former students, but to the present students as well, by helping plan and making successful, Homecoming, the biggest event of the whole year. It has steadily grown until clubs are now Organized through- out the whole United States, from New York City, to Seattle. Morn- ingside has every reason to be proud of her Alumni, for among them are many prominent and successful men and women, .Q Il ,, A 77 P 90 -.- .- N. . . . . . ...nu . .-. - .nm-.. ...M ..... ....--n . . .-. ...nm--w...-.....--...--n..-'-vnw..---n--.nw...n-.---..m .H . ... -5.-, '24-nn-ru mu- nnnu mn nm mmm. .---nun nm -nm mm. mn vm- nm ---.uw .. .. J.-22+ ' -Q 1- . .-... H- -.- H.. ... -. ... V .--. -.. -.. - -..-'un -..-. ........,- nv-:vu -nm nn-vu nn. nn nnuu -nun n nnuvrwu n-nun: nn mu :nu -un nun- nunuu-nv um- .nu-ur ""' vw' iirnuurv uuuu nvunn nun nu ruin :nun m uuullnnun 'nun nm nn: nu: mn nun: nnnvun- umm nn-uni -. - ill ,-Lviulllvi llll'l lillifllll l'Illl ICIIUII ll!! ll Ubvuliiiillll Nl!! IIWI IIN QV!! ISI! llllll Ill ICI!!! llllll lllllll' ..-f-...-..,. .... . ........... ........ ....... .... ............... .... -. .... ..... .. -...Q . . ...un , .....-- . . .---W.. .-.. - nn .. .-.-.. .--nn.. -. m. .m .. -W. v. .. m- mm.. ... . --...--,,.,-. u Q 1 nn. -1 nw- un-uv-1 nnnnuuu- -vu -un vw-nun mn -nn sunny nm: nuuunn " mn' .. .. .-v--.--w.m.-.......-..-..--.-......-.-....--...-.- nn.. .. . . .---.-n ...-. .t .---. .1-u . .-. .. . .-- .nn . .- Art Club OFFICERS President ......... .................. L ouise McGregor Vice Presidenl ....... ...... l fatherine Morrison Secretary ......... ....... 4 Slaudia Claussen Sponsor ..... ........ M ary lVlcCluskey As the name signifies it is the purpose of the Art Club to promote art appreciation. Although the programs are usually provided by club members, interesting speakers are procured at times from the study groups from the city. Louise McCrcgcr Christian Service Club Daryl Williams OFFICERS President ,......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Daryl WilliamS Vice President ............ ...... G IHCC JHIIUGSOH Secretary-Treasurer .................... Mary Patrick Adviser ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Dr. F. W. Schneider The purposes of the Christian Service Club are to foster a vital interest in religious Work, to promote a Christian atmosphere about the campus, and to create a bond of fellowship among those entering some form of Christian Service. All persons interested in full or part time Christian service are eligible. 'ui uni I Ill' . 1 "-. tgsvfifi- . I f Y e':"Si' " '1. vi Y F -11-' Q31 " " W N Z3 , 1-iii, Page 91 'Q - ' "I H' ' ' ' ' ' """" nw:--nu--nu n . ..-w-.nvJ-fu.:- n f!-?'.' .',1I. .. ..+ H- 1- . -- nn...--.1--nv'-mm.-.H--n-.-nw--nn 'nw N-U mn ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, ,, ,,,,, Q "--uvuuuun uma nun' mn nw: ummm. p-unvun rg., In-I M ,,,,,, ,,,, un. 1- uunvvuuv In I nunI..4..... f'4 '--- '--'- . ... ""' " ..... .. :'.:m".: " "'::'.'.L':1 .'::...... ... ..... .... ...... ....... ..:......,m,...mw.- , 4inv1unv'n1iiif mufv: ou- 21 nun umm m nunvunu num nn un man: 3: mn ' .m ,'nu .mm nl..-Hr , - ,fa Q,-.nw . . nun-u nm num an nf .-..fuv-una' mn- Lx 'gm , 1' ,,,, ',':, JZ'.'I I-"'l1I: -v ,.- ..-..- -vm ,.,.. . .....u- nu- mn-vu -vm - ,-. .. W-.-n 1-.--.-T' mg'-: :v:'.-'vu-I 1- nu' ml' W-H ml' I- --- , 'I' I ""' " """ ""' """" """"" .'n- .-'ann-vu-v-nv-.un --un ni- --- .. nun- T nv----..-'.,.q':w.ne-f--.--.-'-.r-:r- I nv- U N ,,, ,,,,,,,- , , ---.H - n-v-no-nw nur- ,, ,.,7::f: ...V nu- " Diitioslto OFFICERS First Semester President ...................... Evelyn Carver Vice President ............ Mayhelle Cray Secretary-Treasurer .... Arlene Osborn Adviser .................... Miss lVlcCluskey Second Semester President .................... Maybelle Cray Vice President .................. Violet Slack Secretary-Treasurer ........ Doris Stolley Adviser .................... Miss lVlcCluskey Maybelle Cray Evelyn Carver The Didaska Society, as the name implies, is concerned with teaching. The only requirement for a person to he eligible, is that she he a first or second year student of the two-year normal course. Cosmopoliiton Cloth President ........... .......... H enry Rath Vice President ......... ...... G race Jamieson Secretary-Treasurer ,,,,, ,,,,,, B guy Holdcroft The Cosmopolitan Club, organized in 1925, is a national and international organization of foreign-horn and native students. The purpose of the club fpromotion of good-will through student friendshipj is well-expressed in its motto: 'cAhove all nations is Human- ity." 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" """ -H--f -2:l1l:': -- - -' F-5,3 --U puvunuqvnwnunnunnumuuunuunwwunuuvvuununufnuuqgnuvuvunnqnnu ' """ """'-' . ....- -...........- . . .. -......... .. .. -.::::.e-me n? lsitlroodmh OFFICERS First Term President ........,,.......... Elaine Rawson Vice President .................. Betty Major Secretary .................. Darlene Nepper Treasurer .............. Florence Hiersche Second Term, President .................... Margaret Coss Vice President ............ Pauline Belson Secretary .......... ........ K athryn Long Treasurer ..... ........ B everly We1'tz Elaine Hawson Margaret Coss All freshman girls are eligible for lshkoodah. The purpose of this organization is to offer opportunity for a closer fellowship among freshman girlsg to foster the spirit of democracy in the collegeg to promote literary activities among freshman girls, and afford a social good time. T .lfntermrtviomrl Relations Club OFFICERS President ..,, ,.,........,....,.,,.,.. lVl ildred Mouw Secretary ,,,, ...,.....,.., F, laine Rawson Adviser .... ..... ............. P r ofessor Hoffmann The International Relations Club of Morn- ingside College was first formed in the spring of 1926. The purpose of this organization is to study the relations of the nations of the world to one another. All students inter- ested in economic and political events occur- ring in various parts of the world are eli- gihle. J. W. Hoffmann - Y 1-1 ' , -45 43:1 Page 93 V u 1 W au I ....... . -- "'... :. ..:'::'.1'.' amz.- . . . , ,- . - A -za' -"'::.1.azz' "'.. ' ...:....J........:.....:......................'.:.........u..:.m.-..m.'.'mmm' mn? - ' ' - -I----w ---w -H '-"- "":',:'.r. ......1 .....:' ,.. .,.v . ..-. ... " "" ' .... m,:,..m,' -:,.1,,,: mr..-,, . - . 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R 0 bert Kiepllril Second Term President ............... .................................... D wight Wennersten Vice President .......... ........ J ason Saunderson Secretary .............. ......... R obert Kiepura Treasurer ....... ........ L awrence Osgood Dwight Wennersten The purpose of this club is to aid the students to become better acquainted with engineering problems. Pre-engineers Night and the Formal Banquet make for very valuable personal contacts in the outside field and within the club. WEEQGWWEJKGW "W-355iZGU" Prcflwedvic Club OFFICERS President ------------ -------------------.- ...... D u dley Miller Vice President ....... -,-.,--- G eorge Leonard Adviser ------------ --... P I'Of8SSOI' Stephens It is the aim of the Pre-Medic Club of Morningside College to unite the pre-medic students for the purpose of more effective study and closer connection with the medical World. Y ,-1-"'QS Y .Q in In Qin Page 94 VVUZWTL Mm Bolts QI-Ionor Fraternitiesj Then he stripped the shirt of wampum, From the back of Megissogwon As a trophy of the battle, As a signal of his conquest." H t V , , mu .,,., ... - ..- - iw.':::::.1.::L' ..':...,.a.....:....:.,....:....:..-.au:.::'.'...:......m:v:..,...,,.',j.E3::n':',:'.:, .57-.',':r::,-as, V - - r:.'emL'.1:::L- 2 :xr .. 'xr' .. gee",-E gg-: :mfg ,. m......:..,,,': :g35.:5g,,a,-- f,5i '.1Ti'5f Eff HEI? IJ,-3 H EE FE 5"uE1'..'-'I-9 : - .. f ' ' ' - 515: mm 55' "" 2'f1" ""f- "' -mf f-I 't- " -'- 'P''ifiirlili-.IF-.-'E-'.if.e75?i4'4?5.5?EE E7'' , ,fx :m:::.1:::: .f-,.'.: "--3-,v.:'::- -"- ' . . . .. ....-..... . ... ..... ..--.-.-.. Nattonal Honor .Frateratttes National Honor Fraternities are comparatively new on the cam- pus of Morningside College, and within the last six years nine of them have steadily grown. A high scholastic standing is necessary for admittance into these fraternities, and they have proven a valu- able incentive to students of Dramatics, Latin, Debate, English, Physics, Romance Languages, Social Sciences, and Biology. MM RK Alplta Kappa Delta OFFICERS President ----- -----. ............... ............, L u A ida Hall Secretary """' ------... E ra Bell Thompson Treasurer """'------- ------ M Hrgaret Stein Turner The Alpha Chapter of Iowa, Morningside College Chapter Of Alpha Kappa Delta, national honorary Sociological f1'atemitY, Was organized in 1922 for the PUTPOSC Gxpressed 1n its Greek name, Anthropos, Kat- amonthano Diakonesisg that is, an investivatinq SO- . f . D O C1etY Of the purpose of SCTVICC to humanity. LuAida Hall 1.-' El- x-g f ' ,SUSE 'F' ii-l-F Page 96 , 1,9 "Ss gk ...:::.::. ..1...:'. .......:.....: ' ....:. ' .. 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".:.':::' "Hi: -u:51':L: '--' - ,., ............ ...............................................................:.1:::a' '--'--- -' . .-. .,-.:............ .............. ........ .. .......... ,. .... .. ..... .eamza-:r Alpha gamma Cast 0 u Alpha Psi Omega OFFICERS President ............... ................................ M axine Steele Vice President ........... ......... A llen Richardson Secretary-Treasurer .................................... Janice Hagy The Alpha Gamma Cast of Alpha Psi Omega is the honorary fraternity in dramatics. Students are elected to the fraternity after having earned fifty points in acting, producing, stagecraft and scenic de- signg and after having shown sufficient talent along that line. Every member takes an oath to be a de- pendable Worker and to seek the highest goal of an artist-which is service. Maxine Steele mek? Eta Sigma PM OFFICERS Prytanis ,,..,,..,..,.,.,,,..,,.. ................ E lizabeth Riggs Protohyparchos ..... ......... l fatherine Blazer Deuterohyparchos ..... ....... W inifred Schive Grammateus -,,,,,,,, ........ H arriet Smith Chrysaphylax ...... ............ R utb HulSC Eta Sigma Phi is a national honorary Latin fraternity which is composed of major and minor classical students. lts purpose is to en- courage classical scholarship and to create an appreciation of classical culture. The social program includes an annual Saturnalia celebra- tion in the form of a Christmas tea, and a spring reunion banquet. l l Katherine Blazer . 1 "'l 'lille ' W, ,401 I A- , ,. s zrr sr' " ullllll' 47 'J' Qs, ax x 1 - - - 2 I .ey y 2 Page 97 vw' vw un .W I -K .... . . .. M., . . .... W. . ........ - ,,, ....-..-.-...... ..,,. ,.....,.5 M --az:'..::.. .c.'.....:....:....J:.:..............-..............'w5. '3-, un ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, mn? ' ' -':....-W ...... .mn M.. .W ......:. .-....m. 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H oward Robson May 21, 1930, the Omicron Chapter of Sigma Pi Sigma, national honorary Physics Fraternity, was installed at Morningside College. The purpose is to promote an in- terest in the advanced study of physics, to stimulate individual research, and to provide a means for common discussion of current development in the field of physics. VSV? KABA L-ndcll MrD0wc PM Sigma Iota x ll- , OFFICERS President --------------- -----.-.. P r0feSSor ,Kanthlener ' it Vice President ------- .......... - -.Harriet Smith g it Secretary ---------- ....... L eota McCoy Treasurer ...... Margaret Ling PM . . Phi Slgma Iota, national Romance Lan- lllj guage f1'3teTU1tY, is COmposed of honor stu- , , it dents elected from the French and Spanish f- classes. The club meets once every month, lil' at which time programs are presented with a view to furthering interest in Romance Lit- l g erature. Professor Kanthlener Ll 1, l. l A so -Q if i' 1 -lf xx X 1. t 'l Page 98 - --42-' ' ... ... .-::..., ...H . : . I . . . ...... . ... . ...,... ., .,,,,, -"- "" -- ......... .........-.................................... ... ...,... ... ..- -r-,-,... ...... -... ...... ......... ......-,... ...... ...... ...... -.. ....J ......'........:.. ."':.:':::- --mn... ami: mr.: an mm' . ... ' "' """ "-- '-'- - ------' ----- -------f ruuuu nnnvn nn mn -un mn nun- nuuusun -nm nnnuv- "" qw-gnwwun mu: annum nun ua nun mu-n nunnnwn num nm nun nun mn nuns nunvun- nm- lm...- f- - ..':m......:. ...,... ..... ...... .. .. ......... ...... ... ,... ... ... ...... ......... ...,.. ........- -" ......... . ..'... ..... - ... .. ......... ......... ... .. ..- .. ..:.., .. . ..... .... ...':.'n'.....:.:::::'H-- . .,.:..:,.-...::,.-,..:i. ............ ..... ... ...... ........- ..... -... ......... ..... ...... ...... .-..-:-'ff .. .. .. ....................................................... ,... ... ... . . ......... . ...... . . .... . :... ' ....a '.' ' ------H P I Pt .Kappa Delta OFFICERS President ...... ............................ ...... R o ene Brooks Secretary .................................................... John Skrable The Iowa Delta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta is re- sponsibie for much of the interest in forensic ac- tivities in Morningside College. Membership in this organization is earned by meritorious work in debate, oratory, or extemporaneous speaking. Q M Roene B Sigma Taa Delta Elenorc Quinn OFFICERS President -,-,-,--.,, .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,. E l enore Quinn Vice President ........... ---------- R uth Hulse Secretary-Trcsurer ......,...........-..--------- EliZHbC'fh Riggs The Gamma Beta chapter of Sigma Tau Delta was organized on the Morningside campus in 1926. The purpose of this national Professional English Fra- ternity is to select those students who have interest and ability in creative composition work or in Eng- lish Literature, and promote this interest by mutual association. 'El' -' 1 xxxvffflw i 5 -. I.. I' ' 1. STJFSI' -- ll " V If ix .Qi Page 99 1 ,. .L ..-:- HTL- 1 -1- f 'W ' ' ,,,,,,, nu.. n--n .-1 . 9--5, ' .. . - -- - w---- - '1. ....'....::. .....: .' .' ::... Q. -- " -. "" "'.:.':.""" ' "l.2T" "l"'2f.5-v'1!-"".-..- ...... ....... ...: .. ..'.,:.',:.....:,,..., : I H: ........ .... . . ... ..... -. -- N"---- '-- 'H' "H " mu r "'.':' .:.1L:'.: """ "'..::.":a:m m sn :.'.:: :.': mm .mz ....:5'.4'u:-.:.--.553 - ,,, ,.. ... - -aqmm .1!!'L'.-.vi-.. -... ....... .... .. ............. ,..... .,... ..... ..... 9... ... .mm . , nm -- " " " nnnuun- m n- nu- vu nn-. -. ...n nu www-u Q---1 Q-.nun -- - '- . -'.:.--.. :..- "'- -- - --" ......,..... .... ..... ......, rg.. ....,.............n-.:,m ,......... .... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,.. . ... .... '---,,ggg--M " '- -"" "" '::':.:':'.'g"'...'.':':.:'...................... .. ..... ...... . . Pvt gamma Mu OFFICERS President .-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..... Lois Gessell Vice President ...,,., ..... A llen Thornton Secretary ,....,....., -. ...... Mary lVIcCluskey In May, 1929, the Iowa Delta Chapter of Pi Gamma Mu, national Social Science Fra- ternity, was organized. Students who have attained an exceptional scholastic record in the study of social sciences are eligible. is Cc-ssc Beta Betta Beta l l l OFFICERS PI'CS1dCHI ............,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,- ,---.-,,.-. H enry Rath Vice PI'eSiClBHt ..... ,,.,, C lara Bergmann Historian -------... ...... R uth McDonald The Tau Chapter of Beta Beta Beta, na- tional honorary Biological Fraternity, was installed May 21, 1928. The fraternity is designed to promote interest and scholarship in biological sciences. Beta Beta Beta mem- bership is accessible to those who have taken a certain amount of biology and are inter- ested in the subject. Henry Rath ff' s r lj1 lr L X Page 100 -"-"'f.:: C5"""1----:-.. ' ,, 1 r Lx Emi WH e ' BOOK IV. i i Indian Chants and Legends 1 flviusic and Forensics, Q "From, the hollow reeds he' fashioned l Flutes so musical and mellow i That the brook, the Sebacoisha , r Ceased to murmur in the woodland, And the squirrel, Adjidaunio Ceased to chatter in the oak tree, And the rabbit, the Wabasso, Sat upright to look and listenf' i i J I 1 Q J M4 I w W ,I 1 n 1 , 1 H W I -a ,. :L W Ix 3 W1 m my wi , 'I CQ I 3 is PN! J V W E 2l '1 2 5 1 W ,l y, ,, 'mf 'i lx 4i I I 1 K - ......-.- ..... .N . - -vg'-7:53,,,,,g,,,,,,5U:,L7.'.'.'.-'J'.1--'n3E.-73'-.7:::.'.E.lL'QF6",jQ"B'.12..:5,5.. ' " ' 1 : if-'-'-W-'-'fff -'-"-ff'-"-"""'W :fs me - .mEg,15fg,g1!fsg,-A -- . ,......-.-. .... . ..... ,.. - .- ,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,, , , - :W gi .,fa'.4:-at-5:-: , .:-I :nn 1 mi- fn- V Anne Carey Evelyn Pope Opal Caffey Thelma Burgess Dorothy Sage Lois Hoon Joyce Martin Elma Kohl Doris Hocken Back Row-Wilson. Morrison, Mitchell. Dorr. Cramlich. Jordan. Second Row-Crabb. Fowler. YVatson. Vinrent. Martin, Klaberry. lirClarey First Row-V.Martin. Pope, Hoon. Andrews. llocken. Locke. Vtesper Choir MEMBERS Soprano Alto Tenor Bass Marcella Locke Jessie Watson Grace Whitford Evelyn Carver Justine Bernhard Kathryn Vincent Carolyn Andrews Vierlyn Martin Edwin Mote Kenneth Ingram Donald James Noel McClarey Ellsworth Isaacs Dan jordan Merlin Kolbe Charles Coodell Corwin Taylor Arthur Mitchell .lulian Serrill Donald Littrell Everett Dorr Herbert Wilson Stephen Fowler Harvey Morrison Wilfi'eti Crabb The Vesper Choir is under the direction of Professor MacCollin, assisted by Mrs. lNlacCollin. The choir assists regularly in chapel services, and in addition, the organization takes a short trip each year. This past year, the choir sang in the following towns in Iowa: Mapleton, An- thon, Harlan, Logan, Audubon, and lda Grove. ln Nebraska, concerts were given at Papillon. Plattsmouth, and Springfield. A home concert completes the work of the choir. 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":::: A - nun - mnnwn an - -I vu-ww nun-nn' m mu. -qu nl ' """ " """"" 'U'-I ----I---- .. , , ..-., .. ...... m. ..-.. ...... ig... . ...... . . ,..............m.... ........... ..... - ...:.. ......':..-:-..:'.'-...- -- ---- --- -2:Lw:-- -f nu. - -nu-1-'vu-nov.,-w-nnuwvu nun- A .ww -1 n "" "" -' " """" Morningside College Methodist Choir Under the Direction of Paul Macffollin ' MEMBERS Sopranos Altos Dorothy Baxter Annabelle Brinkman ,lean Hayes Edna Leonard Leota McCoy Genevieve Owens Eileen Rumsch Lucille Steward Charlotte Walker Olga Wendte Dorothy Anderson Norma Bornschlegel Ruth Brodie Dorothy Cross Myrna Fritts Maurine Harker Ruth Hulse Ruth Kent Louise McCracken Frances Marshall Mildred Polly Edith Campbell LeClaire Engelken Lillian Hyde Harriett Lubbers Bernice McCoy Margaret Messing Harriet Smith Blanche Eyres Catherine Coss Lois Crane Gretchen Gall Dorothy Jacobsen Katheryn Long Tenors Harold Crain Laird Loveland George Roan Bud Small Royce Bohnson Harold Decker Marvin Collins Alvin Maberry Ralph Mahlum Baritones Robert Connor Robert Mecklenburg Roger Polly Emory Stewart Jack Weed Marian Van Auken Basses Pearl Woodford MacDonald Carey Glenn Darling Robert Hankins Charles Rector Vernon Reisser George Verburg -9 I Morningside College Methodist Choir has built up a high type of sacred a capella singing, and has been recognized by well known critics and musicians to be one of the finest organizations of its type. The programs given from year to year provide for a varied type of sacred masterpieces of sacred music, ranging from works of Palestrina, Handel, Bach, to works of Schumann, Reger, Gretchaninoff, and to more modern composers of today. Trips are made each year for the purpose of presenting to the public the highest type of sacred music. During the year 1933 a trip was taken through eastern Iowa. un ' D -:iailnn l -if Page 103 -Q l 1 ..-. - , ' ' 'fm' ,W 7 - ur-v'r.,1Zg 2 gif! . . . . ,,,.. .. ...- . ..... ...... . - ---z-.-......'..-........u::1':'.' .. '...' . . ..,.,.f- up ' ' ...nun-v---uuvn ,. 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Mr. Leo Kucinski. department of Morningside C ll head of the violin g o ege. is the direc- tor, and he is to be congratulated for his the Symphony. Through his efforts, the organization has gained the Wide-spread approval and enthusiasm of all music lovers who have heard th S e ymphony. There are seventy-five members of the h . success as conductor of orc estra, including professional musicians, and talented students ioux City. Various noted soloists have appeared as guest soloists with the Symphony. This season has been a very successful one, and most favorable commendation 'i from the Conservatory and from S assuredly one worthy of n every respect. 1' Page 104 l ,i P City Symphony, sponsored by the Sioux City Music nv "' I ' - unvlwuu """ - '-nu-:nn nn. ,..,, ,"',,' ,, , " ' "lu x .. an--.ww .awww :wan-' nv-nn " u w--1. ..,. . . -'--nn-nu mu- ,nun mn nm nuyvnn nn-neun nm nu.-ml-vnu :ln mn .-m'f--...Lv -7.-1: JL':::'v --' ......... ...... ..... ..... .. ... .., ... ..... . ....-..-.. ... .... ... . ...... ...U M.. 2' . - av- ......... .....- ...W ... ,...... ...... .. ......... ......... ... ..... ..... N.: ..--".7.11-.-55'.11..J:.'H.11:'f:" -r- -eusnvwuvv um- nunvn mn rn nun mu-n nun-vunu :nn-n nm una nun mn nun: n-:un-warn: nm- ,......-..f - - 4, 1-4--.nw ..---- .vnu-np nu. num an n no-rnvuna mn -nn nw nvu nn: nun unnuu-ur nm: nnnnunf ' ..-v-.--... . .... . .....-... ...... -vu.. -.- ......-..-.. .... -.. .nn ...... .- ...... - W.--.nv ...... ...-----M , .. un- ...... .nn-ww M.. - -U .. nu.-n nun:-un m m-- mn U ...... n ...U mu mn... ..-.. ii-W . , . ,.--,...... ..... .-......- .-.. nw- -nn-vu nn-nvun ...V -.n -nun. mn --nu nu-up nr-.".::L12: -1 ' - -- mn. .mg nn-n'-n'w.'w'-n..-.--n'--'--'-n--.----.nv-...---nn..--. ...... ..----u-- .. :r :U--. ...... .vu-'www-nu-n-u-nw'-I . . . . .. . . .1-. L. --4.-.-.. .m-.- ...... ..----.-:- Svioulc City Concert Course, JI93.'2.f33 The Concert Course was presented under the auspices of the Sioux City Civic Music Association. Seven concerts were presented. The first concert, November 2, included the Sioux City Symphony and Sascha Gorodnitzki, pianist. The second concert Was on Novem- ber 29, with Poldi Mildner, pianist. The fifteenth annual presen- tation of the Messiah was offered as the third concert of the series on December 14, with guest soloists, chorus, orchestra, Professor Paul MacCollin conducting. On January 13, Heinrich Schlusnus appeared as baritone soloist, and on January 19, Benno Rabinof, violinist, played as soloist for the Sioux City Symphony. The sixth concertlof the season, February 10, presented the Casadesus Ensemble of ancient stringed instruments. The final concert on March 2, with the Sioux City Symphony presenting a complete program of Wagner, completed the concert season. Messiah The fifteenth annual presentation of the Messiah was given on Wednesday evening, December 14, 1932. Soloists, chorus and or- chestra, comprised the ensemble. Donald Farley was the organ ac- companist, and Paul MacCo1lin the conductor. Soloists Elizabeth MacCollin ................ .-..----- -------- S 0 Pl'-3110 Amy Ellerman ....... ------ C Onrra1f0 Calvin Coxe ...... ------ T CHO1' Harold Hoist ..... ------ B 355 -551- Pagc 105 I 1 :.55.E.5::L... ...LL .--. ,-L... ....-.. -.- .::.. .z-. .......:.....: ' ...: - - -- - .-....... ... 111111111 lr1111l11 lw111v1 l1l1lI1l U' ,,........ ...... ....,-..... M .......... ,...r....... '..... ..::."'1:.':.."'.:.':':1'.:":::'.." " ""::' :"i:--- --- -- N - .... .... . ...... "'- ... ....... :: ...'.: H- M ' ---' - - --- --- --- - -------- ::"' . 0-..g....,,,-,...L. A-....... ..... ... ...... ...... ..........:. ..:.... ..... M ....: N: :am ..'m:."...":' -"'- ---:mf mm' H I FT... .... ....... .... ............. ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..:... .......... .1':::.1::-::: UIUUFII l1v1 n1l ln lllui nuiilullrvw nil win nl "" l I ll! - I an ,,.., nun n -n m www n L- ..... . ,...................... .. ....':::. .....i'.':..r'..":'...:" ' " --" --7' 41- -' -217-WI ' ...... . ..... ....... ' ..:::'.'::"': '- ----- ..,:-, xl- -U un nu- - :--nuu .-..-- qw-uwwvunuunwuunu-'un . . . . . . ,. P Back Row-Kluge, Anderson, Hill. Second Row-fPolly, Brinkman, Wendte, Andrews. Third Row-Smith, Vincent, Brodie, Collins. Bottom Row-Pope, Loomis, Larson, Hocken, Harker. Sigma Mm Local Honorary Music Society OFFICERS President ............. ..... D orothy Anderson Secretary .... .Wyonne Larson Vice President ....... ........ K athryn Vincent Treasurer .... ........,.. A lice Collins MEMBERS Charlotte Walker Dorothy Anderson Evelyn Pope Annabelle Brinkman Jessie Watson WYOUHC Larson Alice Collins Maurine Harker Carolyn Andrews Evangeline Mcvlfilliams Honorary Members Stephanie Cowling Olga Wendte Marie Kent ,lane Smith Birdina Hill Ruth Brodie Mildred Polly Doris Hocken Kathryn Vincent Margaret Kluge HQ' ll- ,, 1-V w e ' 1 Page 107 - ,,,, ,,,,.., ,.,..."'... "' .',..' :: ... ..R . - ......-.- -.--- - - - - - .g...-.:::.................... ..n mn. M-,-,-mu, ,,,,,L. - 1 ..--..,-...... . .... . ............................... -mmm, ,,,,, ,,,,,, ....., :H -,U H m,,,,,,,, , ,,,, , , ,,,, ua, '- - -----W "0" "'1'..'?L" -'!-'J --- 5 f-------- " " ::.:'.:'.. ...1. .... ....... ........... ......., - . 2-5...::'::r.1::::.'.r.1'.: ...., ... ...M -.-NT ..1....... .mm nm W, ,,,,, ,,,,. ,,..3.. .',....::..1,3':A.L.:::r , . . 3- ..".. .. 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S tudent Recital NOVC1T1bCr 15, 1932 ......................... ...... .... ....... S t u dent Recital November 29, ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,-,,-,,,--,-,,,,-,,, Cgnceft Cgufge Poldi Mildner, Pianist December 14, 1932 --------.-.......................... Presentatlon of the Messiah January 6, 1933 -------- -....................... V iolin Recital, Faculty Series Birdina Hill Januafi' 13, 1933 ----------------------------- ----....... .................... C o ncert Course January 14, January 19, January 22, February 10, 1933 ,-,,-.--.----------- -------h------ February 23, 1933 ..... 1933 .....,,,.,,,,,,,,-,..- ..-,,-,------ Heinrich Schlusnus, Baritone 1933 ----------------------- ----. P iano Recital, Junior Department Mary Jo Shipway 1933 -------------------- -------------- S ioux City Symphony Concert Benno Rabinof, Violinist Margaret Kluge .lames Reistrup -Piano Recital, Faculty Series Piano Recital, Faculty Series ---------Student March 2, 1933 ,,,,,,,, U --------- Student March 9, 1933 ,,,,.., ----.---. S tudent March 16, 1933 ,,,,.,,, --------- S tudent March 23, 1933 ...,,,,, --.-.---- S tudent March 30, 1933 ,,,,,,,,, -------h- S tudent fa -1 -3 -X Pag 108 Recita Recita Recita Recital Recital Recitai Q Z M 1-:L::..... .a,1r . ......a.....:....:......:....:.....u:.z'::..,...z..........:." ..... ------ ---- ---. - ..." ' .. . 1""' "-"- ...rr .. m- ... wmv .-::,s.-vez' .. .-me 'ne' ... - '.'.: in -'-' ----'-----I-'5'-T'f-r 12:9-:E T llullll11llZ,l'IIU,IIl,II'l'll11 lIlllll,l llillliltl I!!! Nil pr' . ' " """"'ll' lllll - .ii---M ---ew M---H ---A--..... ........ ...z ..........:..1..:....-.....-m1 ....'.:wm': M' - "'-'--- ff1fM-':":- Au Q .:.,:u-':L?:y'1::'L- menu. nu: r .-rung' an pnr3:ov-nnmnuu -:mnruwu mn nu-nn','vvnn1nn:':-,f "" ""::'-:""' llllluliw x .--- -,.. ..-.---.-,.....-.".n v nuvn-- "" " ' n - . 4--'Zia 1-5735-"IS-7W.'hM5 2 """i""" "' """:'W'- 'M---v H 5ll?'.'311l1"" "1 .,. .--nn -m--,.--nun--n.'n--r -'nw--.. '-n-nuwnn--nun-1 - nn. " "U" Iv"-l'1InIr'nr-um --....::-1 -ff- Aqssg-... ............................................a.'..a.'r-.:u.r --fr'-- ---- -----r-19' ..... , , mm nu -' I- nl ...........-,,:,.,-.?...:..,. Men's Uctette ,PERSONNEL First Tenor , Accolnpanist Baritone Bud Small John Gramlich Jack Weed Harold Crain Bob Conner Second Tenor Bass Harold Decker Vernon Reisser Ralph Mahlum Charles Rector The Menis Octette is the most active musical group on the campus, having pre- sented on the average of three concerts a Week throughout the year. The group was organized last year to replace the Menis Glee Club, and is directed by Mr. lVIacCollin. Under the management of Jack Weed, with John Griffin the magician, and Harold Crain the reader, the octette has been able to make many effective trips through iowa and neighboring states. Judging from the enthusiastic responses accorded them at every performance the songs of the octette will live long in the history of Morningside. ml Il H.. .. I" V I- I W -3:s,f'i" s 6 Q . , " -f ff Q 43121 Page 109 1 v 4 t it ij, I., lf Q, t lf ll i y . I l l l l r .5 1 .. . ,,,,,,-............ ..,z......,..::. ...::. ..g::1'..f....'A:: ::gE , .. .. ... . ..... ,,..,. ........- ,,, ,. ..... .... ........ ,. - . -: fa:.':.:::... .1,h!.L'?v...-L-nuv,:vm ":,L1',L',:,'l' ....r.:-... M .M M -,-M v-,g.... :.. ..-.:...:m" -3 M.: :..:::.1 ,- - - " ... pussy mu: pn., mr' ,,, -1- ...nw . .-U.--we un., nn nu- nun -mu nu n.'w"'- uw. .,,,.,-,,' , , - f--------- '-'- mr.: ....... ...... .. .....--gg, "....... ..-. ..... -.. ..... ...T .mmm W, ,...,..,. .- 1. . -----1.1131 ,TTRG mn tu nun uwL1I"n '-'guru' nm- um gh " 22153 5-I 23 .. ---:F n-5--: -gg-ng... V' ,, ,,.""'...."' mm... muh 5,-, ,, :,. .............. -rg ,,,,, ... ww. .. ..... 5... -J' -. .Ju I.. nr . - s, :::n?g...::::: ,:'::.:'.':: .-.L- ..... .. ........ uv,-73' -. ,M 1:-Th e .:..E.:-,+n.?::.,m: mng vnz- - .1-12----" -'-l """""" "'1..... w - ..-, . ,- . .. .. ....- n,,,,,,,, ,, ..t...,- ...A ....-.. .... ..... ,......... M-,,,,,,,, A, -. S.-. .. .... . .............. DR. WILTON W. COOK Dr. Cook came to Morningside College from the ugreat open spaces" of Texas where he taught in the North Texas State Teach- ers' College at Denton, Texas. Dr. Cook deserves recognition not only for his excellent work in forensics and dramatics, but for his versatility and keen sense of humor which have made him a popular person on and about the campus. Also he has been a valuable asset to the various organizations in the city. Dr. Cook attended the North Texas State Teachers' College where he received his B. A. and B. S. degrees. Later he continued his study at the University of Southern California where he was granted his M. A. and Ph. D. degrees. r I -,A 493' swf' Page 110 H- - . - 1 -nn. N.. ,,,,,,,, --.uv . ----v-nn-.--'vnu mn - - . ,,,. ,,, ,,,, I 1-sux ,N-nn-no nm- funn mn nw- vmfmu 'H mu nun- mnu Jn m ' .-m'f-1-Q-.:3'.' J' 2: "'-25 -5 --v m -1- .. vw- 1- -'un-nun un- .. I -1--nn mn- nn-n uni nn nv-rn mum n nnuwwwu nmnvn -vu nv- -un vu ... ,W ,,.,,, ' "-f -'- -r- -usnnuvv lun! nn-nun mn un nun mu-n -n nun:-nun nn-vu nm uns mu nf: gnu nuiw-n:.1llT.T""'...., 12 .51-L.,--nn .---1 nun--I nu- nun- an ur -nrnvuun mm :nn mn nun nu- nun nnnunuu num ...Friar ' ' ' .......-... ...... un..--. .- -.-.u 1- .-....-...... -.. -W ...W .un .-. 1... ,. -...U . .......- . ...v-... ..... .. .. ........ ............. .. ..... ... ...... .. . ... .-. .. .':"' -'----- - n . u n- -... ,....-. mn' I' I I-'-'vw-'wvauwzvnwg gr.-1 nn.-w-u- nw. n -v. mn ru- -vnu: -17-u ----. ., ........................ .... ""' ...... "" " ... "" -" . "'- ..... ... : -------- 171' be Debate Season, 11931-?.' 3 3 The debate season under Doctor Cookis able direction has been a Worthy one. Although the intercollegiate debates were non-decision debates this year, the record of the several teams deserve recognition. The squads were confined to Morningside territory but for one lengthy trip which took them to Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska. There they debated With such teams as the University of Nebraska, Nebraska Wesleyan, and Creighton University. During the season such colleges as the Weber University of Ogden, Utah, Drake University of Des Moines, Iowa, South Dakota State Teachers College of Aberdeen, South Dakota, and the University of North Dakota of Grand Forks, North Dakota, were added to Morningside's list of competitors. The Pi Kappa Delta debate ques- tion, Hliiesolvedz That the United States should agree to the cancellation of inter- allied War debtsn was used throughout the season. ' The schedule is as follows: January 27, 1933 ..... ----------Doane College, at Crete, Affirmative-R. Matson, Klass. Negative -A. Donly, G. Graves January 31 ........................................ ' ................. Affirmative-E. Sterling, M. Klass. February 1 ..................................................... Negative -F.. Sterling, M. Klass. February 2 ...................................... .. ............ -- Negative -A. Sekt, Fi. Sterling. February 2 ................ ...................................... J. Skrable, R. Matson. February 2 ......................................................... Sterling, J, Skrable. Matson, E. Sterling Matson, J. Skrable. Sekt, R. Matson. -.---.--Dana College, at Morningside - ........ Western Union, at Morningside ---.-----Western Union, at Morningside Nebraska Creighton University, at Omaha, Nebraska -Fremont College, at Fremont, Nebraska Cotner College, at Lincoln, Nebraska University of Nebraska, at Lincoln ---------Nebraska Wesleyan, at Lincoln Dana College, at Blair, Nebraska Sekt, J. Skrable. Negative - Affirmative-E. February 3 ..................... Affirmative-R. February 3 ..................... Negative -R. February 3 ............ Negative -A. February 4 ............ Negative -A. Affirmative-R. Februar 10 y ............. Affirmative Matson, F.. Sterling. -Drake University, at Morningside A. Thornton, M. Klass "'. X svff-S.-u-, A g -f-"" R 1. ::::."' ' Page 111 , my mt Q . -- ... .f...' ::::: - I nun.: ,,,, nw'-uwvwunuvwnrn-u-.nun mu- r D--, .- - ......-... ..... ... - ...:....J-,......:.,............':....,,m mm M: w:.,::,m ' m.,..W- .,,,.-Liv, -- --'s--v-"' """ """""' nw' nnmnu nununun H, ,,,. mn- m nun vu "H, nnnvvun nm. unusu- ' ' " - """" ""L' """ ""f- '- .. . ::'.:'.'-.: " "n'.::.'1 ......-. - ' ""i ra 321 ...na ..........- 1..:r." "'::nF'-' - ' 1 , W, ,,, . .,,, ,, .- . .- ...Fun ma- ,nun nm an nw- m ,-,,,,,,". num nw -,U ,,,,, mn, pnf gylgw. nu-..g-' ' uw' I" 'U """ nr .-.mann mn- vw' .... .-.- .- -... .. - W. 5-,,,,,, ... , .,- ?""" ""!'5"A'J'n--n ..... ....., --- ......----- --1 -- - ...... .. .... ...........l' --nn: , , ' e---1-0 -f-'-4' mf - - - -- Wm- ::':.1-.::.'::. "' .:'::. z1'f-"-',:..-'.:...:'.:':.::.m. ....v..:::. ..--...- :- . - .,21:153'.11Iff .':.'.-nun -1-1 nw: 3::""'-..-,,,,:,,,,r,,..1... -',,.,,... n uvuv um- ...----.- 'J-r'v---I-"'-" """""' . - --U. . - . -. nv- -- ., ,su ......, . .,.. . .,......... """' l ROENE BROOKS Midland College University of South Dakota Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Meet ABE SEKT Doane College Catner College Nebraska Wesleyan Dana College Augustana College RICHARD MATSON .lOllN SKRABLIS ALLEN 'HIORNTON Nebraska Wesleyan South Dakota State Teachers South Dakota State Dana CONC!-'IC Weber Universitl' University of South Dakota University of South Dakota South Dakota State wwwrn Union CUHCUC Doane College Nebraska Wesleyan Augmmnu College Augustana College Augustana College U lk D U , I , t South Dakota State Doane College Im i vmcl Chit? Weber University University' of South Dakota ll Cher Llllllvcriny South Dakota State Teachers Dlmfl CUHCSIC Camer COHCUG University of Nebraska XIAHVIN KL,-XSS , E lfremont College l A - ml Midland College Creighton University llimd Lolvlifc Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Pi Kappa Delta Provincial ll Cttcrn Unlon Meet Meet Drake University DEBATE SEASON fC0ntz'nuedj February 14 ................................................ University of South Dakota, at For Junior Chamber of Commerce of Sioux City Affirmative-R. Matson, J. Skrable. Negative -R. Brooks, G. Marek. February 17 ----- ----------------------------------------- - -- .... DOane College, at Negative -J. Skrable, R. Matson. February 24 ------ ----------------------------------- ------------ ----. A U g LISIHIIE1 College, at Negative -R. Matson, J. Skrable. Negative -G. Marek, C.. Graves. March 3 ------------- - ---------------------------- ------------------ ..... Y 7 ankton College, at Negative -E. Sterling, H. Robson. Affirmative-E. Ereer, Y. Belson. March 4' '"""""""""""""' " """'---------------- ---------------- N el3I'3.Sli3, Wesleyfang at Aflirmative-R. Matson, J. Skrable. Negative -A. Sekt, E. Sterling. 5, I . -em I X t "r Page 112 Morningsicle Morningsicle Morningsicle Morningside Nloruingside L . - ..... . n 1 nn -nw-mupvqvnm ,nun-v-u -vvwn 'ww-n n--,,,,, , ' 'Www-v I ..- ..,-..... ...M ..... ..... m.......... ....r....... '..... ...: ....... .::':':'.":::" -" ----' - -' -2- - -- -N ..... ... .... . ---up -nm nv-on un. n. nun-1 -nun n nn-nvwu mu nu pn ., ' ""' " "Uv"--vw rm- - - ,A.q........ ........ .... ... ...... ....... .t ............. ..:.... ..... M ....-.: :.': 2 ... .:::" '--' -- - --'H-11 -e ...: ... .f...' . ... ....: aw... - "U " :.': ' .... ' .... """ ....-" ' -f' -- '-- mn- -----7a1'Ir.1.:L':: . . -.-.-amz. .z...' . ... ........ ...L-. ...." .".:: .... ....'::'.::."' 'L :W - '-"-- '-- -311-" -'I-"-1- --- - .1:::r:' "s- ....... . ,........................ ...:.. '- .':...,..".':...:' -- --H --I-12' f . . .............. -........ ..... ......... .... '1'.:..':'--'. - -------- HOWARD ROBSON Western Union Yankton College EVERETT STERLING Doane College Fremont College Catner College Dana College Nebraska Wesleyan South Dakota State Weber University South Dakota State Teachers Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Meet GRACE ' MAREK South Dakota University South Dakota State Teachers Augustana College Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Meet YVONNE BELSON University of South Dakota Yankton College EVA FREER Yankton College Western Union College Aberdeen Northern Normal GLADYS CRAVES Dana College Augustana College South Dakota State Teachers Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Meet - DEBATE SEASON Mfontinueclj March 4 ........................................ .................................. South Dakota State College, Midland College, ARDETH DONLY Dana College PAULINE BELSON University of South Dakota Augustana College Midland College Northern .S tate Teachers College Pi Kappa Delta Provincial Meet at Morningside at Mornings-ide at Morningside University of North Dakota, Affirmative- Matson, J. Skrable. Negative - Brooks, P. Belson. March 10 ...................................................... Negative -E. Sterling, J. Skrable. Affirmative-A Sekt, R. Matson. March 17 .................. ........................ Aiicirmative- Matson, J. Skrable. Negative - Belson, G. Marek. at Morningside March 20 -.------,,,,---,,, ,..--,-..,,..--.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, W e ber University, tAflirmative-R Matson, J. Skrable. Negative -A Thornton, E. Sterling. March 23 -------------,---------- ---------,,-,---,--,-,,--, S Outh Dakota State Teachers, at Morningside Aflirmative-R Matson, A. Thornton. Negative -E Sterling, J. Skrable. Negative -G Marek, G. Graves. April 6 --I--,----F----.----,-------,------.-----,-----,---,,- Provincial Meet at Jamestown, North Dakota Aifirmative and Negative Teams-J. Skrable, E. Sterling, R. Matson. Lia- - - - Page 113 nur """ " f::,' ,f.,..,-:-n-QQ? nn-...f "" nn--an-vnu:-- n 'M' nn,-L.. ' . ... ........ - ""r:.:.....:...............'g-,mfr ...... ...- ---,'.:'.:.':. ....'::.'..... . ....L4- ..- - 1...-::...... ..........:'...........":..,...... ........- ...,U mm ,,, ,sm 3: mm ,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,., ....T r - -::.- -- .W ""' ,... . .-......... ... . ,,,,,, ... .-.... f, . - -...uvu'wunr nn-nu,'L",,, 5-p - ... ... nn ,, pwunvwu m-vnu "" :S nu: mn nun: nu .:.1v::l...--H, . g....-25.7.7132 nun- nn. ... -nr:-0-ng:-Q ,,,,,,,,n-Q T ,,,,, ,... -vu I-I 223' ..'.'I-'-"-3- --'-- --------- -,r " ' ffiuvv .mm punt: 23.0-I ,,, ,.. -n ur -ny-vyyy":" 'L.. -:'--,:- " "' 'FMU .--lg..--.-:r.1t::L.'::--.2:... ev, 4 ,-11...--3-y,f:,".' Zi...-... ...... 5-'21 3... ... .. -.,.:- ...'gg' Z'-u ......... -:-A'-:J-g',, ,,,,, ,,,,., ,.-- ,... 5,-, , .,,,..11.. ,......... ....u-,... ...,... ..........n-,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..:,,,:m,,,,,,,,,,,,,- ,... ..---.... , ..:1........: .-......- ....'m"m,,,,r,,,,,..-.... mm,',,,,,,,,,,,....- '- -v-nun -- "" :vu-vouuunu--nw """""" .-:f :I . . ....4. .rv- Daryl Williams Allen Thornton Alvin Nlzibr-rrv Sigma Theta Rho .ll 1mtc1ffF1fcLtcrmty Debate At the conclusion of several rounds of debates on tl fraternities should be abolished on the campus of Morningside Collegef' the Sigma Theta Rho fraternity was awarded the interfraternity debate cup for the year. These debates served as tryouts for intercollegiate debate competition as do the societf 3 debates., The schedule follows: 18 question, ccResolved, That October KL-Sigma Theta Rho, Negative flfverett Sterling, Daryl Williamsl vs. Delta Theta Pi, Affirmative fDale Jones, Edward Evansj. Decision: Negative. October KL-Alpha Tau Delta, AH' irmative Qlfrancis Crawford, John Skrablel vs. Delta Theta Pi, N egative QI-Iubert Jermyn, Emmons McClungD. Decision: Affirmative. Xxx .425 gl c 1 er X Z Page 114 -IJ-. ..... -::.I,I,,,....II. : . I .I . I ....... I . .... .I I...,.I...,Im,,,,:, II . -r -, ... ..... . .... " " "" " """' .,I.I ,...':"lln.. ...... ..... ...:.. ... ..... .... .... .... ...... . 4 ...: :. --- ........... .... . ...,...- ................ ........-............. ..... - - - 1-- ........ ....... ,.... ... ....... ....... .. ........ ........ ... ..... ..... ..1.. .....:.".:'.11.....::'.1:..: :.-::.:1:'zL- ..g.......,. .... . ........ .... ... ,..... ,..... .. ........ ....... ..... .... ..... .... ....... .......- . .... . .......--- t . Q-, ..g-..--. ..... mm... 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'I---::ui.1e:'i .':.'.'..."::u ...L - "" '- ms... --A,,,5g ,, -,15:' ,P 59.2 - '.::... ...,.. ..............................,....... ,.... . . .. : -un, -1 - """' s , ,ii Maxine Steele l.uAida llall l'1l1'rwr1' Qllinn Pvierviaz lnztefrfSoc1zZety Debate -, Each year the societies of Morningside College cooperate in conducting a series of debates which serve as tryouts for intercollegiate debate competition. Each society enters an affirmative and negative team composed of two members each. The question for debate this year was: "Resolved: That Women's Entrance in the lndustrial World is detrimental to society." The de- cision ended in a triple tie this year, as the affirmative teams from each society won. The order of debate was: Tuesday, October 25-Zetalethean, Negative fCleva Binger, Opal Caflyl ve. Athenaeum. Affirma- tive CRoene Brooks, Margaret Lingl. Decision: Affirmative. 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"U"- , ..... .. .. ....................... . ...,, -'--w --- -- --.. ....'.',:-------f-e- . .. .f.-f..-.-........-. ..-. . ... 'v-v-7-3-..... L... ..: ..,r::,5, Roene Brooks X Grace Marek Margaret Ling Atfteaaeam Tuesday, October 25-Zetalethean, Affirmative fGladys Graves, Crystal Dasherj vs. Pieria, Negative fElenore Quinn, LuAida Hallj. Decision: Affirmative. Thursday, October 27-Pieria, Affirmative Maxine Steele, June Stamanj vs. Athe- naeum, Negative fEva Freer, Grace Marekb. Decision: Affirmative. QQ P111 Kappa Delta Prazwiaevial Meet Seven Morningside representatives competed in the annual speaking contests of the Sioux province of Pi Kappa Delta, Forensic fraternity, at Jamestown, North Dakota, April 6, 7, 8, 1933. Fourteen other schools were represented. Each team entered five debates, the team Winning the largest number being declared winner. Morningside representatives were Grace Marek, Roene Brooks, Pauline Belson, Gladys Graves, John Skrable, Richard Matson, and Everett Sterling. The women debaters were not eliminated until the seventh round of the debate, and the Morning- side team composed of John Skrable, Richard Matson, and Everett Sterling were runners-up in the tournament, losing the iinal decision to Augustana College of Sioux Falls. f l 6 Page 117 Q-TE. I nxt . . . ggw-Elissa?--4 ........ . ..... mn... ,, , n-13",--mud..-.I-nun - Q wa: 5. - -'A'2l'-'F-?,gf,gF,.1.-:"'.::".E.".."':"--"f""-,3E'g",5L'C-,r ' -"7-1" E",a.".."'2'3': gli 95"-5-'gr-73: i.. .VIL .ul...E,,-. . ,..f,:2f,!',2. . nun- F0151 53,5 ...nu an nnlvvgidlmagg gm nun KS 'll xg' ',':,, 5 1--.ul ulnnn - '1?l -F--- -r,-,'.::::r mrs, -- 1,-g,-,-,g.m:'A.:: :'.:m...,,, ...- H: 55 sv-1 575-',,f1" .-1. ,1zZLTfiwJf-hfavf' - , in uni I -nun -nu .1---nun 5 "1 ,, - I ' 1 f ff-5,g-:-35,52-xii.,-I Eg: .-. ':a.:.... m-g',E":.- ,ggi ::, uz:. ..,G., .4-.19-.gi . 11 --'.. ',:g:::',1'.fu nu-wunuun n '-I ' , ".".... A - Dramatic Club Ol"l"ItQliQHS P,-Qfiftem ,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,.............. ..... I a nice Hagy Vice President ......... ...... P lurolfl tlrain Spf-retary-'lireasurer .,....... 'Vlfflillfi Hall Adviser .... ,.,.. l Jr. Vt. Vli. Cook Janice llngy The Morningside Dramatic tllub has become a leading organization on the campus. Through the prodigious efforts of Ur. Hook and the olliicers of the Ura- matic Club, a great interest in the drama has been developed. Some of the best creative talent has been displayed in the student plays which are presented at regular intervals in the Speech Studios. These plays are open to the public, and the student body has come to anticipate these presentations. A new feature of the club this year is the weekly radio play presented from Station KSCJ at Sioux City. These hne presentations earned a reputation for the organization in and about the city. In February, 1933, the cast of the play, uDregs," motored to Omaha with the college Octette, and together they presented a three-quarter hour program of music and drama from Station WOW in Omaha. Miss Janice Hagy, president of the Dramatic Club, has done much to further the advancement of the organization. She has worked unceasingly in all departments of the club, and has instilled an appreciative interest in both new and old members. . , .,, a . gl :vt- 1lllIli3!.' Q V " " - S- .rsf ' ' S yx" " N L15 .,. ' Page 118 Jn- , - - ...- ... . .... ....... . ..., Gu s. ,- "-1? nm- -n--mnmqnvw-mnnnqnn-w-uiwn-nvnn.-w-guru, n-.. ,,,- ,,, """"l' IH'--I uu- - 1- N-.15-,gr-1335? . .. .. ....-:.. ,., ,, -g-,4, ,,,,p, ,,,,,,, m,:- M.-g., ...nm ....... 5- .....' ......'...: ....:. . .1.':': ':::--.:w.-- , A , ,Wu ,U ,urn m-. -m .- ww. v- ...' ' 'r - igm... ...,.. . ........ .... ... ...... ..11::."..: """ " "' " """'- "" "": wx M- -"-- -'W'--1'-'SS'-11--r :-'::-z'::' -- -' a r f: -,-L m Im. 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J aniee Hagy Mr. Wallace ................ .......... R ay Weinheimer Old Man Combs ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, J ohn Griffin Mrs. Frederick ............... ........... M eXi11e Steele Marthig ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..... Nancy Jean Christy November 18, 1932, witnessed the presentation of the above one-act plays, by members of the Dramatic Club, under the direction of Dr. W. W. Cook, assisted by Harold Crain. Two other plays, Hliondonderry Airf' coached by Mary Melson, and a comedy, MAlways Troublefp directed by Adeline Hall. The excellent acting of Roene Brooks and John Peterson in uCloudburst," and that of Janice Hagy in Wfombsf' deserves recognition. -Q? Page 119 l l , , .I , -g-,,.:....,,..r....m:'.'.v,f.5:'." , g s -- -at w.r.'a.?"'e:' ia .-:Fa ...A . --H-'Z'--nn nn.. .-- 7-rv: g,':,:L",n-:nur I ,':,",1q'fg'f1'Ju' ""' 'IJ "' ": gas? '5 f.f.ul unigsgf' -" """" 'HIT m"37'?- mn U. 23- -5- .3 --nw,,ggg,,, rug: LS H... 37.3. 27,553-,1,' ..2!' ' ,' ' Ei'-s .-'ae Ii -- - ' - uf' 4 3.1 '114L:+'C22?1wfi"' HDREGSN, a one-act play by Frances Pemberton Spencer ' CAST Nance ,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,.....,. E lma Kohl Detective .................. ....... W arllcl' T8yl0l' jim ,,,,,,,, ,,..,...,..,.., J ohn Peterson Policeman ................... ........ C hurles Gooclell The Child .................................... George Williges NDregs,', a gripping one-act tragedy, was first presented as the Dramatic Club chapel, March 2. It was broadcast over Station WOW. Omaha, Tuesday. March 7. Qrbalf' MHAPPINESSU, a three-act play by Manners CAST John Scowcroft ................ ........... R owell Burt Waiters ............,,.,,. Alvin lvlabel-ry, Rowell Burt Mrs. Chrystal-Poole ........ ......... G leva Binger Sallie Per-king, ,,,,.,,.,..,,--,-,--. Onla Ruth 155-nberg Philip Chandos ........ ....... C harles Goodell Assistant ...,,,,,,,., ,.,--,,- L avmme Hansen Jenny ......................... ......... W inifred Allen Applicant ,,,,,, ..,,-,,,-.- N 5-ma Wesner Mrs. Wreay ...................... ......... A lice Collins Little Mac ,.,,.,,,, -.,--.,---. G 901-ge Wjlliges Fermoy MacDonagh ........ .......... H arold Crain Lit UC JSHHY --....... ....... N ancy ,lean Christy dr ,.fg"' X Y--f - 'X N -Cb A s Page 120 X I I Z ' Cl BOOK V. 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Chaplain ........ Usher .......... Reporter ......... Historian .................. Faculty Adviser ........ Seniors Roene Brooks Lois Crane Doris Rockafellow Myrna Fritts Margaret Ling Katherine Blazer Elma Kohl Oma Ruth lsenberg Mary Treglia iilmf Kathryn Vincent ......-..Verle Crow ,,......Stephanie Cowling ...... Katherine Blazer .........Miriam Hoshal .........Lois Crane .......-.Catherine Cardiello .....-....Margaret Ling .........Evangeline McWilliams ......-..Mrs. Zwemer MEMBERS Juniors Margaret Lane Eva Freer Ver-1 Crow Betty Holdcroft Katherine Vincent Stephanie Cowling Evangeline McWillian1s NaDyne Nepper Clair Stilson Anne Carey Mary Dyer Miriam Hoshal Second Term Roene Brooks Myrna Fritts Margaret Ling Grace Marek Verle Crow Helen Pazawich Dorothy VVeaver Betty Holdcroft Doris Pelton Mildred Kelly Mary ,lane Metcalf Eva Freer Soplzomores Dorothy Vlfeaver Mary .lane Metcalf Grace Marek Doris Pelton Helen Pazawich Mildred Kelly Lena Schuk Alene Buchanan Dorothy Holland Genevieve Owens Anne Chudilowsky Catherine Cardiello lit. Page 122 4 1 1. ,. 7 I -E 1: 1I '1 I Q... 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Seniors I Herrold Asmussen William Drommer Glenn Gustine Edward Haenfler James Heacock Wendell McDowell Allen Richardson Dwight Strom Dwight Wennersten uniors John Griffin Ralph Hileman Howard Pattison John Skrable James Willfong OFFICERS Filist Term .....-.-Dwight Strom ...-....Allen Richardson .....-..Richard Matson William Drommer -....-..Harold Crain .....,..Howard Dobson MEMBERS Soplzomores Harold Crain Howard Dobson Lowell Kindig Lawrence Kuhl Richard Matson Leonard Melles Harlan Montgomery Vernon Reisser Jason Saunderson John Smith Louis Larson Everett Timm Jack Weed Carlton Van Peurse m Ben Spry Robert Harrison Donald Trenary Richard Showalter Second Term Glenn Gustine Wendell McDowell Jason Saunderson William Drommer Harold Crain Ben Spry Freshmen Arnold Steinbrenner Lester Gehrt Robert Heller Lyle Oberlin Lloyd Pollard Dale Vandemark Bruce Vandemark Donald Wilson Rowell Burt Eugene Allen Harry Oosterhuis Pledges Merton Michaelson Samuel Garmire Burl Keiser A r + 1:5 ' lk 613115 -fi- "LL Page 124 -r-sw . 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Second Directress ....... First Critic. ............ Second Critic ......... Chaplain ............... First Usher ......... Second Usher. ....... Faculty Adviser ....... ..... , Seniors Muriel Batho Clara Bergmann Helen Bottom Thelma Burgess Dorothy Cross Crystalle Dasher LeClaire Engelken Ruth Hulse Leota McCoy . .-.-..Elizabeth Ni X011 Josephine Peterson ....-.LeClaire Engelken .-....Dorothy Anderson ...-.-iDorothy Cross -.-..-Ruth Welch ..--..Fern Beck -...-.Muriel Batho Miss McCluskey Second Term Leota McCoy Ruth Hulse Genevieve Wintersteen Claudia Claussen Gleya Bingrer Elizabeth Nixon Josephine Peterson Dorothy Anderson Helen Bottom Mary Melson Eleanor Watson Annabelle Brinkman Gretchen Gall MEMBERS Juniors Dorothy Anderson Gleva Binger Gretchen Farmer Opal Gaffey Maurine Harker Edna Leonard Mary Melson Josephine Peterso Mildred Polly Harriet Smith Katherine Morrison H Jessie Watson Ruth Welch Olga Wendte Genevieve Wintersteen Carolyn Andrews Soplzomores Annabelle Brinkman Ruth Brodie Claudia Claussen Ardeth Donly Blanch Eyreg Gretchen Gall I all ' -9 -,f Page 126 Tlifrzl Term Ruth Hulse Dorothy Cross Xlaurine Harker Ruth Brodie Gleya Binger Elizabeth Nixon Alice Loomis Leota McCoy LeClaire Engelken Harriet Smith Gladys Graves Jean Hayes Ardeth' Donly Marjorie Garmire Maybelle Gray Gladys Graves .lean Hayes Lillian Hyde Alice Loomis Marjorie McCray Elizabeth Nixon Audrey Stomberg Frances Vaughn Eleanor Watson Pearl Wfoodlord - d.-.... 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Second Row-Hulse, McCoy, Anderson, Andrews, Elngex, arrner. Third Row-Gaffy, Harker, Leonard, 1hIC1SO11,v.1VIOI'l'1SOI1, PCFCEOI1- Fourth Row-Polly, Smith, Welch, Wenclte, vfi1l1ICI'SfCCl'l, Brill man. Fifth Row-Brodie, Claussen, DonlY, Gfmmfc' Hayes, HYQQ' If d Bottom Row-Cray, Loomis, MCCFHY, Nixon, Swmbcffg, vaughn' Om or ' 1 .."- wiki!! "1 ll , X ssiffii' 0 -.Il F fi-1 xxx I f f ,Q-.lt -1-1 Page 127 H :.... 'm 51.1 Er: , mu ...-..-M. . . ...- . ... . .. ... . . ...uv,,,,.J--..LUJ-1L'.'.-H-1..-.-.-:L-g, ,,..,.' . . .-' -' ....!- . .' !."": -P a...... . .. ......................w.,:',. ,-,,,,,,,, ,,... ...:..,-.,.' ,M ,,,,, ,, ,,., .,, . . .. .V " '-"""" """ """ 'T-'7-Y' -- "W" "" ""1 Z1-.Sn .1 nu- -U M- .-...- .1:..-"-5-5:3312 F' ..A.,':-S'n'7.1.... .nun mn nf .nun 'um . vwhwn- nun, ,,,,, .,,,, .ug nn- m m nl-nu U ,, u..,,,,, - :nu nn in in-in mu-vu M ,,,,,.-1 mn- mn nur mn ug qu- - ,-,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,, ,,, ,L- v irvvwm "'!" "" U- 11... .nm -n m Q.. M, M, ,,,, ,,,.. ,.... . ,U U, ,,,,,, , ., ,..,. ,f - ..... ..... ...nn ,,,, ... .... .......... I, ..... .. ..... . 5 . szcifim'-1117: mt- M -- - --- mf-vm -'- -1 f-:- V:- -e .aes-f-2-11- ff -if-:1+'.+?.iw: . . ...- . ..i:?:::,-,. 2 H-.1--,---..w-:Z-.zzz-'f" .--. -.vu s -- Herbert Bones Eugene Sherwood First Term PM Sigma Fraternity Organized in 1898 as the Philomathean Literary OFFICERS Sccuml Term Eugene Sherwood Dwight Mackaman Claudius Mehrens Brice Herman Bruce Cribbs Robert McElrath Eugene Sherwood Dwight Mackaman President .............. ........ H erbert Bones VICC President ....... ........ M arvard Wyant Treasurer ................ ........ C laudius Mehrens Secretary .................... ........ W ayne Dennis Sergeant-at-Arms ..................... Harold Bollman Steward .................................... Robert McElrath Fraternlty Representative ..... Eugene Sherwood Reporter .................................... Paul Perry MEMBERS Seniors Juniors Herbert Bones Harold Bollman Merrill Fritts Dwight Mackaman Rex McLarnan Claudius Mehrens Paul Perry Eugene Sherwood Ray Weinheimer Marvard Wyant llandm- Nia-liri-in Society Tliirzl Term Claudius Mehrens Dwight Nlackaman Claudius Mehrens Dier Tinknell Arden Hubbs Robert NlcElrath Eugene Sherwood Wayne Dennis So p li om ores Harold Decker Wayne Childers Wayne Dennis Chester Gill Ellsworth Parker ,lohn Peterson Marvin Stolley Clyde Van Dyke Lawrence Nixon FRESHMEN Arlo Babcock Melvin Brubaker John Brooks Wayne Childers Robert Caple Denton Dean Hoyle Hedum Arden Hubbs Kenneth Ingram Merrill James Eugene Lister Noel McCleery Eldon Pederson .lohn Peterson Walter Rasmussen Leland Styles Dale Webster Frank Yount 1, ! Jk-S ,Q1fff""' Page 128 - xx john Bedient Bruce Cribbs Gurney Day Brice Herman Eugene Lister Robert McElrath Frederick Motz Donald Pauley Freeman Riseling Kenneth Smith Dier Tinknell S .- - , I .. .rin . ... ...............-....... 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Bottom Row-Dean, Ingram, Pederson, McC1eery, Yount. f I 1. -I xkxvvfle .A ig!l' I- I 11 s'::SS:' ' 3 lllll' 4, - ,X Page 129 I ,.. . nun nun..-nr. .4 .. .:-::EQ,5- - f nun ":nwuuununnvuuwnnv-n g -wn , . - .I I- , ' - " ".-.-nn-:vw-J1':fT-53-ww",g,'fv:w un "gm nlmm lv :fl :,!,'.':J."-u nvvvgng :.l.l::f.-r -+. """TuTliIIl: "U" ""' 'L' 'SJ " ,,, ,, nnnvu nw: mp nun 'U' nuhwovuc u -1 .nun--v 'l --N , , vu wut nu nvun -nun.: :www nm :gf 2: ,UU nuvvnuu nr? :ge1L1l:', . -n--'U 1- nu! ua nun :nun Nunn- fun- -nu ..... .- -..- - .-.-.n ..,. . un-,,-A-, - ,,.-nvvuwv -mm maart? ,.,,,. nun- :Lg ur nr-LM-,,,,,, -2 .----:I-,ww ,, ,.. ,.., mu':r'W-Ls':g-.-.- ' f ' g, :::11'r.f::n' -'25---74 '-:1': "":: ......... 3--gg -"":. "'.':.: ZF- ,,, ,. ...... .:'.:':. ".:.11. ,...... : .-----U -"""""' 'mi' ":""""" "'.T ""7 """' "" "f""' "TT" - . v--1-.. --..-1 nn- - -nu 1 Q ,-v-1-U--v-.,..-.nun-.-vvufvwvs ...U . nv'- u shi 'swl' liuth McDonald If I ll P12 Kappa Alpha Organized in i909 as the Pieria Literary Society COLORS: Caizary and lifceit MOTTO: Feliciter. Forliler. l":7zle1iler" OFFICERS First Term Seconzl Term President ................. Vice President .......... Recording Secretary ......... Treasurer ........ .. .......... . Chaplain .................... Social Chairman ....... Hall Chairman ....... Critic. .................... Librarian ................. Sergeant-at-Arms. ..... Reporter ............... Adviser ........ Seniors Lois Gessell Janice Hagy' LuAida Hall Marjorie Hunter Dorothy Jeep Louise McCracken Ruth McDonald Louise McGregor Elenore Quinn Louise Smith Maxine Steele Esther Connor .-.....Lois Cessell ........Janice Hagy ........Louise McGregor ........Janice Hagry .......Adeline Hall ......-Helene Crenshaw ........Jane Townley ...-..-Elen0re Ouinn .-......Buth McDonald -...-...Wyo11ne Larson -...-...LuAida Hall ......-.Miss Murray MEMBERS Juniors Alice Collins Catherine Coss Helene Crenshaw Adeline Hall Caroline lddings Dorothy Held Wyonne Larson Jane Smith Maribeth Squires lane Townley Ruth Whitlock Esther White Buth McDonald Janice Hagzy Alice Collins Louise McGregor Dorothy Jeep Marjorie Bushnell Nora Jensen Lois Cessell Maxine Steele Caroline lddingzs Marjorie Hunter Miss Murray S o 1111 o 1:10 res Dorothy Baxter Marjorie Bushnell Denece Darling! Hazel Heilman Nora Jensen .lean Serrill Margaret Anuuau Dorothea Hopkinson Eunice Christy Dorothy Cook Betty Kingsley Marian McMaster Evelyn Pope I -E-bi 1 :F D 'f Y 7 ig XX 5:3591 Page 130 W '-' -- ' . ' -vvwvwm nun- .-, .. . ... . . , .,,-,Ev-ml . ............... ....:. - .... .. . .., . q ,nun ,,,,, nw, mlmn- I--u-vnu-nvuuw--nw-nn'-1 ' lvwm ......... . ...... .mr ... .... ... ' ...:' --.. ,.... -.... .... ....."':-------1'-".' ur:- ........ .... m .m::'.:11:."..: ""- - -- -'--w- -2 -G-"- -1 zz.. :f--'-4"-'21-"-rw-'.:. r ---I-N "' "" I- I nuvuu- H.. ,,,,,,, ,nn 'U Inn-vw nm nn: lm nuuvu-n """--f- -'nvwv-nn nm- n nun mn nun: nuunun """ """"' nu- 1- m 1 mmuvn 1-1. ""' vw mn -vu nu- mn ' """ 'Unu- rs I1 l 'wsu IU! ul nuuvvvu lwulvtunu "" nu In I ""'-'VII llvlll Agggg . . . ............. ......... ........ ... .....- ---- "rr :vu-. ... - -- --- - .... . - -----W ......,,,,,,,, nu,-I ......,...,................':'-....:' -- - --- ---. ..:::.-,gg-----.,.. .... . .-. .. .....,,.,, ,Hug-'-::-mf"-.- ,51 .. A Top Row-Cessell, Hagy, Hall, Hunter, Jeep, McCracken. Second Row-McDonald, McGregor, Quinn, Smith, Steele, Baxter. Third Row-Collins, Coss, Crenshaw, Hall, Held, Iddings. Fourth Row-Smith, Larson, Squires, Townley, Bushnell, Darling. Bottom Row-Haried, Heilman, Kingsley, Jensen, Pope, Serrill. Nunn!! 4 '. xxx-:HL , 1 1, ll.. I I- 1. e?' tSi' " -Q" Page 131 ....-.-...: ...I . . . I .I . - ......'. . .... . ........- ., , ,, ,.....- .... ...... .......... .... ...... ...... .................... ...... ..... ... -...nw ....L. ...... ....-.... ..,,:,..... ......... 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Dorr, Goodell, James, Nloxgfign' Fourth Row-Perley, Poulson, Reeder, Runcheyuoili 13m5- Bottom Row-Bird, Crabb, M11b0ffY: Reeder, D Om' 0 xvi1'f: ' - . -I g. I f xx :.NSi' , ggi' , ' ' ,N" "' N nulli ' 4f ' -Q Page 133 5 ...H "'iZf'f'2"'LfEFZA5? 521' -- e "' L2'J5:l.T.1.Z1TL'3-.,-Ln.nI,wvJvwun-l.nnJ:vu- """'fnnuvJu-nv-nun: o an ' , ,,.:nu'un lun: :nun mn nm naman nunuuunn Inq ' n ln s 1 ITL' , s 1-sz.-::::.':.1::::.-.1-:'.: mr.: :sam :'.::'.."'.: ...'.:'.- .. .1 ..:- . g t-- ,nvunv augul nnlnvl nun ul ruin mimi In uvllllvlnll um :lu M I ni 1 5- 4. , , iii- gEi:::::r.e::.r mms: mu... mn: :.. -.:z': ex: :zz :va r: r.':::' . -- L' -f -fs-.:::w.z::': .'::.'..."m" "w- -' -' .".: --" m'::" "':'- "'.'.r::' I'-'-L".Q'S6-"-51'-I-'-"lu ff! -'-iffr J! .- - i - 4 ...... ...... ,........:'..::..........................................................2....... :::' ,NE ' 3 .. A-:............ ........................-.. ..-...... ., . . .H .-., .ai 4 SOCIETY GIRLS V 'alurlfxsf J W nf A2v 5 -f5:EgiSXmf11n v 'ERYRXX ? Q ' 4- Pugv 134 I I v Y , . . V :I- VE-T. F L, A k 1 -- . N'Nw,f.::" ----v-- ...... ............-, .... ....---, 1- k KT fx . 1 ee H- k f 'T l-1: -2---'-'le-fl . ' ...--- fff , " ff A lvl: T' fi .lil , ii Z- W -if mf'-P, f JL-'.-""'l"-1'-..---":' l l L..-5-'K' 1'- 353, 512- M NF PM ' - 'W 'ZH ' l fx w. T' ' .' .I " I ' " ll' mini" , ' - 'Af ' - ,, " w7 5 l ' g' 5 My nl X H '5 mt ff " WW' fee' ef l ,EX a a ' 'X -'f " f 'XX 'WUQQQMW xlL l ' , gal , A l ' A lf kk ' W Wh " ' I I, ,I H, I V ,X --" - ' l l . l ll BOOK VI. Paw f Waws QFeatureslj You shall hear how Pau,-Pak-Keewis He the Handsome Yemzdizze f ,LW ,uj lf ll lcv", ' ff..:gf.w ' l 7 K K My .Q iii 5 l, f 1 ,rl - af Whom the people called the Storm-Fool Vexecl the village with Disturbance, You shall hear of all his mischieff' 1 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 111 111 11 11 1 111 11' '1 1 11 1 1 1,1 1 11 11111 11, 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1: 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 111 11' 111 111 1 11 H 111 11111 1 11 1 11 1 1,11 1 11 111 11 1 11 1 11 111 Y 111 H I 1 111 112 1111111 I 11111 11 1 1 111: 11 1' ,11 " 11 1 111111 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 11 1111 11 1 1 11 11111 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 11 1 11 1 11 1 11 1 '1 if 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 11 111 111 11 1 11 1 111 11 2 1' 1' ' 1 1 1 Ou E 1 P 1 1 1 1 ' A 1 1 I is qnff T IT nmlfy .. . ... . g - ,,,,. ... . " M--A "E'7"'5ffU7- 'i37'11f'f'- :ffl l ---, 'Lfi'J6-15--1.113 pn- -un I , MRT - - ' fn, ., ', ' ' ::,7:...-.-.'rf' if 'Wn-vY-,- 5 - ,?s-',: mg1 - - ... H - H - 3 it e 16:1 ,gif if-iw fy-A-lk 5' F-2511?-?!.12'.'?-M wa-:""gg - ' -'21 5 -A if: 1111 ,mx 1,1 J' " -. 1-3-2 fl' fffllff .ez 1' mi E 4:a 'Y-Q-mmf x I 4' r 'ii - Q if aq. I-5 x. Q. ti FX.. V .Xi . ,CEE NWS X-N: X Si VE REE k,.:: HELEN BOTTCDM Helen Bottom has contributed mueli to lVlo1'ningside College. lmy lmuilding up il strong and enthusiastic Y. W. C. A., in developing the ideals for which it stands. .-XS a member of Student Council, Intersociety Council and Cosmopolitan lflulm. slie has further extended her influence. ly 1 I , y YV- ---Y..- my-ilff' ' ---'fx A e K V , jul. f T.lmXggX5e?sef,,f51g-efsg5wke 'ii , H - -Xing, N JN -- -ff' '- Page 136 I I . .- I- . - H. I . . . . ....... . -w. . ..-mv... .I . ..-.-, 3 .,--- -. -n -num nf. In--. num.. . --w. nw- ---. -1, 1, -Q.-nn-'1'.TII2:nnv:uf nul"':-un nimu-In p-.fu-'nn mn num nun. .ln mn'--m'-.-.ln .T!!.!.L'I:I - - I 'N . U- . . .-.. fm. -. v- -I ...mv fm -..-. I.-. m mm -.. -n 1- --nn..-v mu- .un-L,:1...-- ----un ---In funn mu nl num nun n nv-nn-un mum. -q nn- -u mn. mn- nu-nu-n um- --unw- .- -ugnvwun mu: :nunn nun un nn.. nun -n nun-uns: num nm nm nn: -nn nun- ununun- mn- mn..-gy s - fiqggv----v ---I1 nun-UI nu: -vu: :fu m- -r..f5f'--ln .num mn :mv :M 22 Lninunnrnru-n-1-.IIT 911-11:- "' . ..S:573I'-1253? "' "" " ' ""' ,Z-n " " " "" -m "" " " 1. I- m- " " " ' -.I . -A--1--2.-.Q, , .L......... ...... ........... .-.. ...E ...af-.. -v-.n-.- mu -Tn --mn. :nn :-I.-1-nu-vm--u .::-1- I I ---,,. 1-'.n.-.-w-... w-n ...U-. -v..-.. -W-. --. --. nn -1- . .--Ilf.1II': -n-n--nn---vu-Q . I . nu- .- .- -. -1 . II ' "' I I .lI II II III 'I I I I I I I II Il T' I I I I. I II 'I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I II: II I I, I III III II III ,III ROENE BRQQKS I Active in practically every Held of college l1fe-1nterccg.leg1aEt dfibitegi Errtlirjgslreii H . - a , I Council, W. A. A., Student Counc1l and Soc1etYv Agora' loux ' Morningside College. III . . ontr1buted mUCl1 110 I progresslve movements, Roene Brooks has c I .M D 1 xxxf - I I II .er t t I I I 631137 II Page 137 I I QI II I ,I , -1- mr- :sr -:Ir H: . . . ':v...........J.'.'-zz "":" .".'12:'r5 --------- -- -"....:....:.....u.....r.:....................:,.:....,,....-- ,, sz.: . 4,1 . ,,:.m'.':,,1f,iF '7-"'- .'r.'.':..'r.:" ...teamed ,.. .,.. 5,1-.za .nz 5.: ......- -- qg,.' , .. 2,-.V . , "'1:".Jf57!7-'-Tl--- ---- --- -.-.-:.-.-- .'-.::.-.:'. ::':------- -- -1u:,.........-.----r4'.e:m'.Ama-.-g . -.g::,-gpgr.1:::.- '-"" ""--'1'-'-7--w , . .... .. ......... .-- , .-gr.: :nun qu... 4 I'lI"'Il"" :M-1: tx -3. QM.: xN"'- JANICE I-IAGY Through lier participation in five major productions. as a inemlmer of Affora Board, of Alpha Psi Omega, Student Council, and W. A. A.. Janice Hagy has con- tributed toward the building of an ideal Morningside. 1 ,Q l fi if ii h + Page 138 - - - m - 1 . I lun. . -. . . mu .. u... ...--- -1 . ...uv-.m.-nv.mm-..nn----w'.-nnnn-n-:nf-.-n-..n.-.-v-..un .U .' il.....,w '51-'IIlUCIi llllll Hill!! II!!! IU!!! IUIIIYIIII l1IlllI1llI IIIII llilll lllhll Ill! Ill!! llll! liltvlllvl lnul 5-ln-- Q ' in-. .. . ...-. N. -. H. U.. A. H. --. u.. -u - .un-nn -A--1 .nn-:.,- - w -1--vu ...ln .nun nm nn num nm- I nn-:sewn 'mm' -n mn -vu fm- 1---. -.--nu um- --unn- , :nuun mn- nnnun mn an nn.. nun -1 nunnnu nn-m um una nu- -nn nun- nunvunp nu.. ...un--3 x - :.:.-7, TL. -urn.---I rn.. nn.: :Lp ur --.-yy.--zu 'fun nm ,nw :wg :nn mr- -nn-nu um- nun.:- "' . ..un - r --Aw "" " ' "" .. ...nu " " " "" mu "" " " f -.. . n mn - - - u r ...-.!iil..I.i,-5 . , ,.e........- ...... .-..-...- -n .-.. ---. nn.-,-.. -n-A -vu --1-Q. mn .mn In-U .nn .----- '?"ivllll In--ll lC!-UI1tIlWlIillIviUUI1ll'1IUIlIw'C:IllihSDvv'U-Ivv'u' Utttilvtvinliihnlllliulilvul I III ll-1llll .. .-:fr-gn-U. .mm -w-vnu-n-.-w-1 .1-. . n-- -- -- -U .-.-- . . A A A I I-IEIQBEIQT BQNES Through his athletic aceomphshments, legs schogisic sttarjilgivigliinlgsigf 6053256 Herbert Bones has come to typify the est an UCS can produce. . -:gh . ,,,.--xnNN -. tlgl 1- - x 5 529 I ' - N N -Q' t AQFK page 139 I I I I I I I I I ,I II 'I II ,I is II I I I II I is I I I I Z I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I V, I tif U II II I III II M I U In I I , M II-..II no H 'I' xI Il II QII I .H XIII. IMI Xt. xxx I NAI It II I ISL-Ifi I - , N I' XI Strat I o Ixxw X Y 'X I II U-'I-I INII IIIIQ IIA., I I IX it IQ NAI: Isxx x I..-I I I I Wifi I hx.-'I :MI-I HL rm. H5t...mm'a'- .ws ....a?...rf If Q-11dI?i,bxi.I.il.A E' ,.,m I I 1 n . ' ' 'f ' "A "7L'Tf:A"'. Mir .: :ri 'rt' T: ,Hi --1 E:":""7-?I'I?' 3-'7-"'f-fTI.3T.'.'7"'f"I"'r. ' .' ' ' ' ' ' if --r' - -111' -' " Z1 'Ti - ff -- If X 1.1 .I .. ALLEN IQICI-IAIQDSCDN B holdi th h d y ng e ar est, most precarious position that any student can. that of student body presidentg by being proficient in art and dramaticsg Al has contributed much to Morningside College during his four years here. QU "fII'I! Illlllb- . It I , " ' .funff 1 xxssfl ' xrqgiaqgx - s.LTf2T1,:e- e e -is Page 140 I :- len Richardson 1 W . -. - . -1- . . . . . nn. . -.. . .-.mu .. . ..-x, ?.--. -. -W. -n-vm.. 1--.. -f-.... -w-n-n --m un- --,. .U .. , ,-- 'N--vuuuJvTuTuin nnrfuf m:l"'nm nun-Jn su-funn: nm nun vu-u in mn' nm'--n-21' .TJf.!.i':I:'a -- in -. - - --. -m. - nu -1- -mm. . fm -v. ... ... M- W.-. m .nm -.. -nn In -n-nun-v mn- .un-L,-- -. IIIUKCII llllll IIIIIIU NTU Ill XIIIII TIIIII I lllliil IIYIIIYK il IBS Qlll PIII! IRI!!! 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' -A 'J '2 """"' R HELENE CRENSHAW h ueen to rule Personification of charm and beauty, Helefle Crenfhaw was C Osen as q over the Sprlng Fesuval. ull' -E3"" if . 1 u -ll I- E11 , igQ i- Y xx N I , Page 143 . . - 1 A fff wff- ....-.- ... . . V . """" ......,...'r:.........-J - ""fW1::f 'um if' - " "': 2452"-:EI:?.1?iELf.':."f'-:? hrs- 5 g-is-3,-.55 -5? 'f'fH---- "'--- xr: mf.'.:.'::'.:1""- -'f-1--'--'f -"'.'.: :ru :la za ...: M... .. . -::"' , ' - .. m:.'.'.1::'L' .m'.:.'13 gg-4... me :F '-- ,,.-,R- ----, ','rM1E."'.-1- ,gy L H- , my ' g1:?g'?' :'m ' '4?41'3q72-l'921Z1' "'Al2L .aus-.eva . .-:rua-alum.-.H---. '.'.'.'.' .. .. . Y Presenting the Eight Most Rfepvresfemmtwlvue Students Senior CLAUDIUS MEHRENS MYRNA FRITTS Junior GEORGE VENSON EVA FREIER Cr ff - 1 -L .-4, " ff Q Y XXXQNQX Page 144 X.. s X Q J Pvnesfemmvmg the Enght Most Rejmfgggmmmw Sgmdfemyjg I Sophomore ' LYLE POULSON DORQTHY WEAVER a I Freshmen L, f .K 'F QT , Y if ARLD BABCOCIQ LA VONNE HANSON n .."u. xgxiiiiii " nl - I ' :::si' " I YJ:,- .qgf 4, xg: -lll'.-' gf " N 1 1 1 1 Q6 1 lf Agni' Page 145 " 4,,,' " """' 'W F ..r-'En 4: Eff, ? 1 m- .M 1' ....:'.F5:.-Qk-1?ig'1.i!'fi':- :,5.2?2-?.1-1T.L':-...4-ml..nJvm.--5.nn4u-- """'u' ' .nu-'nn' nu-wunvin-u "' nf' ' "MS , ,-:nu-nun mu: :nun mn nm annum: :runnin nw n nu m nm nu .H , .-.U-.n .mm .-vu nn- - ns -m m-nm . 'mu--nn m nn 1. m s au an an . - - an--ru umm nnnn nn: nn nun: -nun an nnunuun nnuwu nn lu :nu an nun' nnnuuu un , nvnnr mms nnnvvl nun un ruin :mln nn luunvlnul plvwn um nur null I nun! nnnuuvuv mf 4 nun , ..,-: .. .L . . . 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And when points had been duly counted, the Sophs were declared the winners. Congratulations, Class of '35l HOMECOMING On October eighth, Morningside had its annual Homecoming or Sioux Day. The day was started with the announcement of the selection of Miss Lois Crane as HMiss Morningside of 19327 She was presented at the annual Alumni Chapel and she also rode in the place of honor during the annual parade through the down- town business section. The Alpha Tau Delta fraternity captured first place in the float contest with uStew for the Sioux." Dr. F. W. Roost of Sioux City, was in charge of the NMa' Club luncheon held in the Chamber of Commerce dining room. In the afternoon the South Dakota Jackrabbits took a thrilling football game by a score of 26 to 6. A fr:Q.'- SPRING FESTIVAL A - ' ' 1 1. ld ' A 5' N if' On March 11, the Spring Festiva was e 11'1 ,Kali r-Y ,jf . - - A fe the Women's Residence Halls. This will probably , A 59,5155 . . . .fa 42:Z1:::::. go down as a landmark in the history of the . I . ,QL :S JQ' 5 school since it was the first official festival ever ' - sililgsiifsl held on the campus. It was under the Student gmgssigsai 1:,5f"i7":!- ' Council. The crowning event of if-iQ.:.a 2:52555 -- ' EHPISEII' the evening was the presentation . N f 'E.,-ff .' aw! 1-'Ex N I S . Q-N..-,P -.,l- :uni ff . fx of Peg Crenshaw as the pring Q .Wiz-gg NW VV "'-':'f:.:'::.-5 f D ' QUCSU. 4 6 f ' Q.,-,. 'ey ff J - Mfg., N : A -T3 'S - A---:.-.1 C - ,,-f ' 97 . xxxvh'-E:-.gn , ',...T ssh.. . - ..ql' ." " I '.lgnA li i I X N Ziff? " Y 'QM Page 147 y . -...un - ,,-...pu n-n nv-f 'I-?I'F6'7Z?3'.i24"2E . -' ' 1 - L:m:.1-.:.-me :.-.....:.....:.....:....,.g:'..'b-':":rm"-Y-'E'T-Ez-... e-..-.ee air: w:1'::'2:."j?,s'.':-:'.gg',rr,,1,,-5.,g5fi,11,.4-b- I E"!f.!f.?.11il? """ Tn?-T-'Ig g1'5."'A Iu"5: Shvww H1 2,1 :fi W: 3:5 av'5nuur:u.1mru:Lnn5f"J 1 ' Sze 'ss' -S af Z.-12 af ,-i,:,,,,i :E,,. --2-..::a:::.-.1:::: -'-1"'-2-gn :ez - x. '- ms: m......... .saw ..ar:.w: 4l!::',:::::',1!Jf: AS'-L".'6'- .. ' ... " . . - -- -- - a-.r :nun nw- - - - - """ FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE DAY 'Md in Q11 ,fi " ' A TW 5 I V x 4 page 1-18 . - . ... , , , .......... ............... ...... . -..... . ,,,,, U 1 g ..... ....L'.1:::L' "U" ....': .. 'r.."- .. 'mm-.- .Jiil'.:"',.... ...:.. ....... .:.. mn' .-m"-'1'-'1'.1E'.'1"T-'u' :" '- :5-" - A -., ,,,-',,, um. NWI- 'nl In 'nn' -un.. - fm.-1. -N. rw- fn-. m aww- fn- nn- on -sunny' 111' "' 'S' .- 5 ........ ..-5-.,........ ... ... ..... .....- .1 ....1. .....:. " " .... H: ...S 'xr' ""-' ------::'.11..: gggg,1:,,T..-f awe .,-L -I -,W :mu me ...T 2, .............. ...... ..... ..... .... ...S ma? '.':.': """ '1"" - - ' ---I-L' - - n ,h ,mug,,:,,,, ,L-m mm 'mf ' ...... ........ ..: ...:. ....: ..: ara . ....' .. '. ..:::.- -.----5? -7f'TTi---l1'J7- -Q-............ .................. "":..."--" -'----'- --- -- ---- --- ..1':.. ""'--- ----- --:- - V - .1 ,, lviilvi ltiiivltiiiwhrvwwvw-Utviuun W?" lllitl IDIS!-51 , ,- - -..... .....- ...................-........ ...... . --war.:::: -------- - nllllllll U It is smart to be thrift . . . Among right-thinking people it is no credit to be considered a careless and indifferent buyer. But it is a mark of distinction to be pointed out as a careful, thrifty shopper. It is considered smart to set a better table at a lower cost, which can be accomplished by confining your purchases to the Council ak Stores In Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Minnesota : mllllllll "' """' EI: SPRING OF 1932 APRIL 1-Yellow Journalism. CP. S. Nothing unusual for the Collegian's columnistsl. Rath was boomed for the football captain and Earl Hicks started a back to the farm movement. The Pre-Engineer banquet. What? No beer! 6-Lois Crane elected president of the Agora. Myrna Fritts head of the W. S. G. A. 16-The Chapel Choir sets sail for its annual tour in the East-eastern Iowa. 22-The Iowa College Press Convention is held on the campus. The outlaw dance was a great success. Clt was held in the Martin Hotel Ballroom, since .lessie's uYatch" was not in existencel. 24-The Chapel Choir returns. UA good time was reported by all-5' And thCY Sang 3 little too- 29-Helen Down voted the most beautiful coed. 30-"Smiling Through," under the direction of Mrs. Jane Smith- N MAY 1-Vesper Choir goes on a week's tour of Iowa and Nebraska. 5-Skrable and Jones elected heads of the Collegian for the coming School Year- . 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The Sioux bowed to the Coyotes in a dual meet, 71-59. 19-uSenior Chapel." Was it Gottlob, or was it Prexy that gave the talk? Pruitt laid them in the aisles" with her missionary plea. We agree that there is no charity like charity that begins at home. 20-The Sigma Thetas had their annual up-river party. We trust that they had chaperones. 26-The H1933 Siouxn appeared on the campus. Of course it was on time. The autograph pests remained until school was out. The Delta Thetas had a dance in the Riverside Boat Club. It certainly is nice that one of the members always has a birthday any day in May, so that he can take the credit for the dance. ' JUNE 1-Initiation ceremony for the Zeta Sigma Honor Society. 5-Baccalaureate service in Grace Church. Sermon by President O'Brian. REXALL g gg at af? 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A, U-.... ,, .. -- ., - --." '- ..:::L ..-..--.. -. 1 I Elllllllll S inning I We Extend ur Best W isfres I TO THE crass or 1934 . . and . . MoRN1NGs1DE COLLEGE ,E i The First ational Bank IN SIOUX CITY A- S- HaUf01'Cl, President Fredrick B. Jones, Vice President Fritz Fritzson, Cashier ' I Elllllllll nunum. W 6- 9:45 A. M. Ivy Exercises of the Senior Class. 10:00 Meeting of the Board of Trustees. On parole, eh? t 6:00 Alumni dinner in the Women's Residence Halls. 7-Commencement exercises in Grace Church. Address by Joseph M. Cray of Detroit, Michigan. Conferring of degrees by President O'Brian. Just a bunch of college "orphinks" going out into the world. THE NEW SCHOOL YEAR Q SEPTEMBER, 1932 I W I 20-Freshman Day. Aw, gee, fellows I hate to be modest, but I was really good back in the old home town. Now take the time that I won the Benton county championship-etc. if t 21-Registration. Were you ever in the Business Office? Such popularity must be deserved. 22-Class work began. I'll bet you weren't there. 24-Maroons win opening grid tilt with Western Union by a score of 32-0. Thirty-one girls accept bids to societies. Three hundred attended the freshman mixer party. Weaver and Gustine had charge of arrangements. 28-Lloyd Pollard appointed temporary head of freshman class. Harriet Smith chosen social chairman of dormitory. I 30-The first issue of the Collegian. Four pages and on time. Frosh pledged in Graber's oifice , , . 1 ' 661' 1 ' .77 I at noon. Charges brought on a frat for using illegitimate rushing methods on 1tt e v1n .EBT r Page 153 nn'7r' 13117 T15 , "', , - """',"'Z"" ..r'..x ' L nun rnnwnunmnnvg III' I, :Ju - . -- L'VF"Z "' 173' ...... . .... ........ .... ........ . . ...M ...- ... IA, M, , - ,'-S:::!..-.,f,,-v-"'.J-51"'J--nu-:n- - " gf ,gg wg A-5-: .... Hag? 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OCTOBER I-Maroons lose a hard fought battle to Iowa State, 32-0. 6-Sophomores are victorious over Frosh in battle. Oh, please, Mr. Weed, haven't you lost something? The 1934 Sioux staff announced by Jane Smith. A pep chapel was held for the HU" game. Van Horne delivered his traditional "Coyote Pe1t" speech. 7-A pep meeting on the campus. 8-Maroons lose traditional game to South Dakota "U" by a score of 6-0. 13-Miss Morningside election held. 14-Faculty recitals opened by Leo Kucinski. I5-Homecoming . . . The day got a great start with the announcement at Alumni Chapel that Miss Lois Crane was 4'Miss Morningside of 19327 Jackrabbits victors to the tune of 26 to 6 score. 19-First meeting of the Board of Control. 21-The Sigma Theta Rho's win the inter-frat debate series from the Tau Delts. Faculty reception. 22-State Teachers took a I2 to O win. Did someone mention mud cleats? Freshman party at the Dorm. 24-Denton Dean elected president of Frosh class. Rush College singers. 26-Intersociety debates under way. 27-Morningsideis henchman demanded ten dollars a month rent. A racket? 29-Zet-Tau Delt party. ,lust a family reunion. 25' ""'"""""""""""'"'""""""""""""'""""""""""' El 1? """"' """"" EQ SPALDING E . - ' p, 7' Stock Yards , X 9 Z s 5 C H M k f h G lltf' -1' 6 me af ef 0' f 6 feat .-'i 5? 'iii S Q N orthwestv SPCRTDFLASHES 9I'm thinking of growing a long beard. I oan't find any neokties I like. 9Try Spalding' s . E 9Spalding's'? I thought they - majored in golf clubs and : things like that. : OMy dear fellow. Wake up! Spalding has one -of the most interesting shops for men you've ever' seen. E IN SIOUX CITY-4135 Nebraska St. : E IN CHICAGO-211 South State St. .- H willIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE .Q"" l Eu: if un: llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllll Illll Illllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllll Beuttler E? 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Student chapel not compulsory. 4-Shakespearian plays in the chapel. 5-Flickers defeated Maroons, 12 to 0. Perry breaks arm. "All Collegei' party sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. 7-The 'cWe view with Alarm" party formed. It won't be long now. 8-Pi's spent night in the hall. What a night! 10-Dad's Day chapel. Anyhow, it was a good meal. Toast program distasteful to a few. 12-Annual Dad's Day celebration. Sioux Falls Braves humbled by a score of 54 to 0. Dad's Day banquet in the evening. 18-Maroon plebes and "U" Pups clash. Maroons win. The 'QUE had better watch out for next year. 19'-W. A. A. skating party. Toyoshima gave an excellent demonstration of fancy and trick skating. 22-Dormitory formal. We didn7t want to dance in the dormitory anyhow. 23-Thanksgiving recess began. 24'-Maroons put up the greatest battle of the year against the Bison. 28-Thanksgiving recess closes. DECEMBER 6-The. Agora held their annual bazaar. Japanese novelties and hot dogs in the same category? 7-The c'We Point with Pride" party had an annual election. Sorry the other faction couldn't be there. En,H,n, lllllIlllllllllllllllllm, CQAL COAL Morningside Lumber and Coal Co. A Morningside Institution Morningside Avenue and Lakeport 5 COAL Phone 6-6122 COAL E ijlllllllll "NUDE -. a , D g i9lf" Page 159 i Y x. ,r v-b- A .lg -.mu A Ai. gl ! J 'QL 4. ' :A it .I .. UI. l A-Fil I I r nl, lil, A .AAA x -A -H --- In AH, Q , A M lflxf..-:aff ' , Xikx A,,,,-, ,, J vb , 11.1 .1 H"j:4l:"-F - X jlijjj'iF if 'Ei .f ffgfff 5 In W 'NQXX I:3uu'.d'A'Af"xg11i'X'1Zl xiii xp ,Ly -,ILP lux Pugc 160 5 V ,:-. ..... -.- ....- ... . .... . ,,.. , - -- .....-1'-up .-..-- nn.-,num-nv-um.nn.n'v-n--vnu-nun-.www ..,.,., ,,,- ,,. """"'-' "---4- Hu- , ,,......... .....- ..... ..... .......... ........... ..... ...... ...... .:.. ..... .....- 4:::-:w.-- . ... 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ALL THAT IS GOOD E SIOUX CITY CAs AND ELECTRIC Co. : ,, - - , : I- - 1 P4 I - rf - : I 5 1 - I:-llllllllll ...NIUE 1 1 8-Announcement of Morningside hour over KSCJ, with Mrs. Zwemer as publicity director. I 'Q 1, 9-P-e-Engineers give their public exhibition. HNOW take when we scientists such as Millikan and I." "When we were in Chicago, we-" 1 I 10-Western Union humbles the Maroons in first cage game by a score of 41 to 21. Another all-college party sponsored by the Y. M. and Y. W. under the direction of John Griffin. One would think that at a Leap Year Party the girls would have their choice instead of drawing cuts. 14+-The Messiah at the Masonic Auditorium. 15-By a trick of Nature we were robbed of a dance. The Anthrax hazard is bad nowadays. 16-Winter recess begins. How many term papers did you write? Varsity debate schedule opened with Western Union. JANUARY 3-Winter recess closes. Not one resolution to study. f' 6-Western Union defeated 28 to 20, which ended the Maroons' losing streak. U 12-Three one-act plays presented by the Dramatic Club. Under the direction of Dr. Wilton W. I Cook. ' J 13-Fourth number of the Concert Course. The qualifications of a husband in the Collegian. A four da-te a week campus coed. Familiarity breeds contempt? I LET'S SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS fa -1f--------------------f----"-----'-- I A-------'-f-----------'----------'--- 'I' -----'-"-"---""-'-"'-'---'-------r "------'--'----'-'----'--------------- fs' V. fr Harry Christy Robert s Milk I FOR HEALTH UNDERTAKING - Ifs Pasteurized 3 5 E 15,3 Pure E EJ lunnnnunn unnluulullllllrl I llllllllllllll lllllllll 5 lil """"' """""' ' """""' """" lil ' 1 be I I H r ' Page 161 Y -1 . .-..,,. ,,,,,,,,, I-uri' 9'.m ' -- 'W' ,,, ZHYIW' Il ". 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They came, they saw, they conquered. 16-Octettei starts on a tour of six Iowa towns. 19-Fifth number of the Concert Course. Rabinof and his violin. 21-Formal season opened by the Pi,s. A dance preceded by private dinners. Faculty votes to put the 1935 Sioux under the Board of Control. 24-Final examinations. An instructor has to be smart to find a "crib" in a snuffing bottle. 27-North Dakota State downs the Maroons. 28-Glad the semester exams come only once a semester? 31-Registration for the second semester. What, no goats accepted to mow the lawn this summer? FEBRUARY 1-Classes start again. A lot of new Bible students always appear the second semester. 3-The Frosh whip the 'CUB Pups, 32 to 29. Hold on, North Central Conference, here we come again. 9-An outlaw dance at the Rigadon. 10-Reistrup gave his yearly jazz recital. U 11-North Dakota takes an easy win. Pi's lead in sorority pledging. 14--Frats bid nine men at pledging. 15-Meeting of the Board of Trustees. ENUM' :running Ojlerfrlng You . . -Unusual Strength in Capital and Surplus -49 Years' Experience -The Best of Facilities -The Well Known HSecurity Service" ?'SECUR1TY FOR SAVINGS" ECU or Sroux crw alum' Illllllllm , ., X-sf ' gl p. - , 1. sms, ,nl a -- ...- g - x N -if Page 163 rf W . v , W v ,J 0 vu 'o 0 va -.f K F w ' fun! I i V ,L-f'fXQf , .fs ' 'ii:Q : fS -4+ N Qllf S X X Pago 16-1- El B gtqgizu...-:... ur.- .-. -H-Lum: . I . . - ...-.-T ...,. . .. . . .. , . H: ,,,, U g AAU 'vw - m - - nm. -- n . - -n 1-vvnm mu --nn . ,,,- ,,,,,,,, K '22,-'-nu'-11 -mm ,nun nn? nm mmm- -nn-nu nm nun nn-u Jn n n' -I. '---..W"'.' -'ATSITW - -E + - -n--nv mn. "" " nm ru nun: -nun 1 nv-.nun-u nnnvh -n mn un. -mu " - -5-""7-11'v"':'-:'.11..: :H:R1"f:'-" v1 1.:.1nwunv um: nnuwu mn an run: ovunn -n nuwnnuu nn-nfunn nn: nu: mn nan' nunnuns nm- .u-n.-..'Z,- x - ,, .:..ggL?:f'---T mtv.: nm nv-rn an ur -...nn-'un mm mn nn -nu nn- nun .nnunu nm- Annan? ' " . .n...-- lm.. 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PLANT OFFICE N 1825 Grand E I Q I E Q PRINTING CQMPANY and OFFICE SERVICE DIVISION CITY OFFICE 607 P161-Ce SIGUX CITY, IOWA llllllllllj 22-Maroon Frosh again defeat the University Pups, 32 to 28. 24-Yale-Harvard game. Feature . . . Dasher galloping from her post near the hoop and taking Quinner's wobbly pass. 25-The Tau Delt formal in the Elks Club. No pretzels? Phi Sigma dance at the SiOl1X Apartment. MARCH ' 4-Zets' formal dance in the Martin Hotel Ballroom. That buffet dinner. 11-Spring Festival. Crenshaw as Spring Queen. A dance on the campus. 18-Ath formal in the Warrior Hotel. 28--Freshman Greensheet. The Deans tell the class that they are the biggest and best class CVCF to enter Morningside. Don't they tell them every year? - APRIL 1-Who rang the buzzers in the dorm? 81 15 Dorm Spring formal. This makes Paulson Morningside's only 4'Five-Letter Man." -We go to press . . . Hooray! ..0',, ,, g g I ' t N Page 169 5 E E s E I 5 r F d .. ......-. .... n- . . . 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