Mount Union College - Unonian Yearbook (Alliance, OH)

 - Class of 1929

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Henderson was the students? friend. He was at home on this or any campus. It is estimated that he had interviewed in personal conversations on religion more than 2 5,000 students. Twenty-five years ago as head of the Commission on Evangelism he organized the college work whereby he and scores oi other evangelists visited the colleges annually and pressed upon the students the claims of Christ. He can be said to be the founder of our Religious Emphasis week conducted this year by the Reverend Ralph Emerson Davis. This present student body remembers Bishop Henderson as leader of our financial campaign in which the students and faculty subscribed about 360,000 to endow the Chair of Education in honor of our beloved Dean, Dr. J. B. Bowman. We remember how he attended the athletic games and gloried in the valor of our athletes. His last address to us was the College Night address, October 2 1. He was very human and knew the student heart. He was a great organizer, a high-powered salesman for Christ andhis work. It is well that a new Chair-the Chair of Christian Philosophy-is to bear forever the honored and inspiring name of Bishop Henderson. A 16 l -M N' 'v ' -be-aww?1iamagf.me1Q,1a3,fw.-were1f.gg!1fa'4a:f:,:M . - nn? un.. L. . , ., . , , N Ixd .- fT,s"' 4'.'lf"""?if5?'F'- 5"i?', .' J.'1"'- ' 'gi' Q' 'fl' 5- .' , I -,.,x' Q.':' 5 .':1 -.4-4 . ' ' ., I Y' V- . . . , .5-1:9 ,g2,3:Y:5::w:f?F1:f"ygpfxr 5' 4 52f3V.,'bI, E' LJ. . ip- V , ' -,..7" ' '.I ,- l g ,T : 1-'ll ' . . . B ff--' 6, ' 31.5 ' ' -' " .VI "4 ' -5' ,..' . -, , i ' 3,2103 .1 -I .1-41'-6'1-"5Eef'e'f 'f '-r-45' fff- . ssf:w.!!?zf-Tf1'. -A uf 1- -- 'ffl asrfv'-:f!Jv'?fi1 . H M. nf-'ff - .'."7"':.-9,,'- 1""3f" -"' -' "7 " 5 ' '- -'ill ' ':' K " ' " - I - i ' ' r .1 , ' .' ' M odern Youth All young people look into the future. They do not look back, they love to look forward. This is as it should be. This pleases their elders. Sir James Barrie addressed the students of Aberdeen on '4Courage" and called youth to revolt the world over against their elders who had made such a mess of things as shown in the World War. Of course, much of their education has been looking back on the way the world has come to its present situation. They have found out how we got this way. Now into the hands of youth, the world is being committed and we, their teachers here at Mount Union College, have utmost confidence that they will improve the inheritance committed into their inexperi- enced, but not incompetent hands. Here's wishing every student named in this modernistic annual the best of success as he looks forward with a clear vision and moves forward with a brave heart to make the world over into a better and a happier spot.in which human beings are to be born and where they are to live out their divinely appointed destinies. Strike out bravely from the heart. Courage! Courage!! Courage! ! ! W. H. MCMASTER. I 3 'J '-r-H 1.1 1 1312.0 A we ,-1 I--, .-V. .I . , . ,. . , .- . --.-1-u .. fl. S '-u,nm..uf.-12"s1vu,a:c,A.'f 41.1 gwftf-.f9'-, -fm:-P..-4 , , .. . 54.1. . .-. H.. ,, ., . 4 . J, , ,- , . ., . . , 007. , A y., u :-f-.- --A,-f-.1--. gf- , ' f ',., 113.1-E. ,5,,.,' ,I .--: "L " . -l 3. .---95 ' ...H r. -I, 1 '.,- ' l. ,,' ,I L - :..-h1,- - .,- 4, , uhfifw,-'9 0.-.,f7 -:.'uf:'5EQfv- 'ggynfgl Kb- 4 . . -- ILQQXYQ 'fy-. ,TA ' ' , -. . 4 , -- r , .gil 1- " ,gp . - .V - 2--. ' - ., ,-,wwf ' l,f'aMfif'!pu-ff. ' -,.-1 -1"gf4.-- , 2- -- H5 .ia -1,-,n 5. -, - I ,FQ-1 ., o.'f-14652555-153155: :Q-g:.r2frEL1-'dffm 75? 455552 aff ig 4227?ff5'Tff1i5?'j:lT5?2'g5z',.,5QE'gg?'f if -. , ' , , . . - - ' '- ,: ' ' . ,," ' 'I 2. -'-1, - ,..!'- I- '-. -"P - ! V I WILLIAM HENRY MCMASTERS, A.M., D.D., LL.D. President of Mount Union College I I K1 if ., , 1 lu22'Fff'igg9ug" ' . 31, H . . ,-4 ,.mC? ' 'eil' ' '5 1 -- Q-12 ' --' SARAH CORWINE STEVENSON, A.M., Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B., '10, Northwestern Uni, , versity, AM IIS Columbia University. With Mount Union, September, I925- lssoczate Professor of Hzstory ' 1.---:fv 4-va. -"hi 'V:'i'1 - 1- tl L 3'-ry--rt" 'E L1 4,4 a0q,i,,?,-f 4439 ggi, k-Qu 12-.. '15-45, .,.f5v.ZM,, -r 4-. -,'v1'- .sv .s.. .v--- .,,, . . 'fi-T.:T?'i:-91"-.,,Vxgf4" 1-'Ts' -" if :'P'1'i-'fw-fif,,f- J..-11 '.-.-- . - '::... 'f - -'-Hi+."'- ' ' . . i. ' 1-Sa, 5432 55-f-gg se5E.:gfrf5iLaf'Gu,g:.guP f?'iv 'f?5 + ig,'2:g5,r'311 f - as -t , P1 -" "i3'-""'9b1- .' :'---A ' ' M. ---15 Lf-,"-1.-.gay .-R aw...-.-me.:-Q "' En., ff--A Us ' -WW ""?e'4P eye- aw ,H ,.'. nm' 541 "4-.e-Mzfw -' wh-f ii,-'a,J"fv-1f'I"' wr .- .- -i 'Nw 'fi 1 . -' ' f . 1 l 'Tis done, Time moves forward not backward. Too do what ou late to be what you might have been or to y mi ht have done. Today on the Mount the horizon is more diiant than ever before revealing a great world undis- covered only glimpses of which you have had as you stood tip-toe in anticipation. Yonder is the goal, here is the, beginnin . Are you set, ready for the signal? We Wish D S you well and Godspeed. Confident we are that your loms ' " ' ess. Should the are girded with truth and righteousn hurdles cause any to stumble and fall, lie not prostrate, but arise quickly to the race. Stout-hearted men and women you are, you have an abiding place in the hearts you leave behindg go, make a home in the hearts of those you find. To the Class of 1929, happy hearted clear thin - - 7 king, am EJSSFE- hMaY YOTI find the satisfaction you are seekingg quiet i 0U01'S, high service or contentment in unheralded JOHN BRADY BOWMAN, A.M., PEDD., Mount Union College, A.B., 792, A.M., '03, Ped.D., ,2O. With Mount Union, Iune 24, 1902- Professor of Education. 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JOSEPH LORAIN SHUNK, A.M., PH.D., D.D., LL.D., ' Mount Union College, A.B., '77, A.M., '80, PH.D., ,SQS LL.D., '17, Ohio Wesleyan University, D.D., '15, Baldwin- Wallace College, LL.D., ,I7. With Mount Union, August, 1377- Aluinni Professor of the Greek Language and Literature, Emeritus. THOMAS ELMER TROTT, S.M., Muskingum College, Sli., '02, S.M., '08, Harvard Uni- versity. With Mount Union, September, IQII- Riclzard Brown Professor of Mathematics. ISAAC TAYLOR HEADLAND, A.M., S.T.B., PHD., D.D., L1TT.D., Mount Union College, A.B., '84, A.M., '88, Ph.D., 'org D.D., '11, Boston University, S.T.B., '90, Coe College, Litt.D., ,I3. With Mount Union, September, 1914- Dr. J. W. Fawcett Professor of Religious Education. American Academy in Rome, University of Wisconsin, ' ' Lv' -5- . .,, . . . , ,, A. ,, , ,., , ,Q -. 1, -v..f I-A01-' ,vs-:r'5f,t,. -n.- J.--":n.g.N5"' f 51529-'7l'f"1Zr,f-'g4.n'Wl',"E'!f -L :.v, -Tir """f"."f"""':.'f2Tfrr'5'12.f 2"3fi1"y ?.1'yi.f. : .-':T""l,'m"Z?I?f.B'-.. aifkwr 'if'--iaf'1l'!"3:"'K4 .g-l.i?.S'.:SHH,us.,.:5,: .',:1A:,,, f,?F.m5':!ikgj::p,,-33, 15- w t .:,v. V . 533,-233,-NgiF,QQ,grf-.- k ,i .4 an -S.. it M 5,112 l-,-- if-. ,th - 1 " A " 'f mfr' ' w s-1. .V---,s '...i P4 -5' ,. -. . Ew ijf M .,f5!i:'1J'5'f1?f5?'3'vi ..y:j'31L- f- 35353 Q'.'f:1L:-1:Ff' A-,.g,.,15'v, 5,1 , -,,,..1i5,' -:lg 455- ,4,.4,.,:.ilE,- J, H- -Jgvt ..-,LSL -1- 1, . . - . . 4..,- ju., Jrg"- 1. , ', , .-,ng,..':-.'fr"'1-A'1.fu4,,f,sw 1-- '1'.5.4.g '. ,' " , Q .. , A- GEORGE FRANKLIN LAMB, A.M., Ohio University, Ph.B., '02, Ohio State University, A.M. '05, University of Chicago. With Mount Union, September, IQO5- Professor of Geology. JEAN WILSON, A.M., Goucher College, A.B., '96, University of California, The A.M., '27, With Mount Union, September, IQIQ- Professor of Latin Language and Literature. BENJAMIN FITTS STANTON, A.M., Oberlin College, A.B., ,97Q University of Michigan, Har vard University, A.M., 'oo. With Mount Union, September, 1915- Associate Professor of Education. FOREST JAY SHOLLENBERGER, S.M., Mount Union Colleoe, SB '18, Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh SM 25 With Mount Union, Professor 0 f Physics. WILLIAM LINCOLN HART A.B., LL.B., Mount Union Colle e, AB 93, University of Michigan, LLB 97 With Mount Union September, IQI8- Lecturer on International Law and Political N11 P .,- 'fl' QL!-P-n'f'4vl5",' 1'f5':":'-ir J. ifzyn' .' 'gf 11 ' ' :". 1' 'rw .1-'1' 45, 1-Sw .1 ff-:M i 1 sfHk'Eeqf.fW' 2-.EJ- ' --f .. 'Hts-'Qt r A ff' ' iv". ' I' yy . A-. Ere, A, Q ,,,,y,.,,,,jgyQ fffv, W. z. '-f15,0f,j-5.51 svgaywn h- - 1gg..,,,,t.11wFg--., gf 'NJ f. H "' -i JOSEPH MEHOLIN SCOTT, A.M., Sc.D., Mount Union College, S.B., '13, University of Chicago University of Michigan, A.M., '16, Johns Hopkins Uni- versity, Sc.D., '23. With Mount Union, June, IQI8- Dr. M. J. Lichty Piofessoi' of Biology. -. . . e. 4 . 1 f .. '- .. ' --7 3' .il " 1"-f3'f"Pig- 'W' 1'- "'.'iJ'A -'f:":"' -' ':" 41- " w-'-"- " I o fe,-n-J-1 'f 'lib' ""'1lv'!5.-.5 .pf Q-'-V 3 -Y -Pr-xl' ,bf ,. ',,:-H"fiwmfs-f:fA1'f4'v',Mte9+gk3ilf'-'.pF:'f',y,g.!'i31-,.f?yE.1!4f,f -- pda rs!-f.'-"'f:.-.f P ww- few Mf, 4 , . 2 - . ., 'ff-fair: -if-'W w-'J-fwfwz-'-2-X It-Q'-" was-.-,iff-.+f1124-Gb,-mf 1 F 1- .,-rv vw- or mf. we , ,I -, ..4. . . Q. ,. --. Ffgri-1'-' ,. ....,hjt, ,i - .. ,: 5: , 44 ,' 4 ff x.,x,f Jr . ' F 5 ' . -. ri ' -1-.sm - ", ,. n f, -..'.,a' A . 0- 5I23Y.73?.!'i:l1-?r'..4-:si'--'-:j4e'3:'1Qsff5'f'ii'f-2-Ifin" 'f":"':ff':'T-'if -' 'ff ffg'f"N-4- .'fi'- ' ', GEORGE ARTHUR CRIBBS, A.M., PH.D., Grove City College, A.B., ,115 University of Chicago, A.M., ,16g University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., '18, With Mount Union, September, 1916- George Reeves Professor of History. EDWARD CONSTANT RAMETTE, O.A., Protestant College, Rheims, France, Newton Theological Institute, Officier d' Academie, Paris, O.A., ,205 Sarbonne, Universite de Paris, ,27Q Officier cl' Instruction Publique, Paris, 727. With Mount Union, September, IQZI- Melodia Btaekmarr Jones Professor of French Language and Literature. ROBERT ELIHU STAUFFER, A.M., L.S.B., Mount Union College, A.B., '06, Harvard University, A-M-, ,035 UHiverSify of Chicago, University of the State of New York, New York State Library School, L.S.B., ,I9. With Mount Union, September, IQ2O. Alumni Professor 'of Greek Language and Literature. 1 P S 1 ng ' -'iw "f" -" I-i'l-31'-H .1 . xzn., ,-- ,- el . . . . . , '-Lf1'f'Q- -1i:f,,,.,,,',f,-'.1" ' fi-i'r'fF'1"1L fwyiif-'1.f'?f.-,-'J' 3:,'-:Q-fi-1-.A-, :'f.::1'm, -wg , ,. .. . , ,. .. , v. 'f.3f?5ff55P!7'- ,P .f 'gr "Eg:-1 -fy?-,,'9f9-f-ei?-245-get-geeks'4-2??f:.v.-'mi Q'-553:-,wf?f,.w' ,':1T"ff.'l.+fi':rI?"f':?ff'lf' :Sl 1514: Tvhfff- A 'rfb .Gi 7.1.4 . -.yr :sq-45.-I. .Q - - - J? F"pFil"!"9 , 1..:. . . .bgrgfk 1.3-.Nifggid fif'5,r,i!,1-' lg ., ..1g Fl,J'1Zx al-Lgllfi ffdI2,p,E1 125- i-":if,!Z'4g - X... J, -- LF,-' VL?-,,-Z5 1, A-.-.1-: - I , A. 4. ---gg U... 1, 1 I .31 ' . ,ll-, ., F -V' N-, 4.-.A fi - I. 4' g t s'g.1.,M:y9,au,!'l'2't-mf, e':Jf.1 p. .- 1 'Pam' 1 ' f4',f"f"if-.. 'ilgf-Fe 'Pic 'E' 4 ,"'s-,1:5IE,,9Gf1f-' fv3js:P1CY4.'1Kif-5-12-gwyigg "Y ugh! 1 anrf q-gg...'1!5l',,.g5-hf'1Lfr i,4z.J1. --ff: -gf, 4131-5"r2'f""fE'fiq.fa'sE' ,,?'wf.N QA- H.:-1..w1.m-1-.q'F?71: +.i:g'f"g-H5123 -3-rg-vjif-2,5527Si!-i3.:L2,5f::Q'i.q2fj5 ' ffl-.'-'qlrifjfef-:gff52sg592i5fqg1, 'EEK ,i5'5'5':?F-wif" A . -I I. - ,, 1- " , -A -. .--, -.'-Q V ,'-1.-.-, - 5 1. N JOHN MOORE THORP, AB., Mount Union College, A.B., '16, With Mount Union, September, IQ22- Physical Director arid Head Coach. IDA LEEPER SHIMP, A.M., Mount Union College, A.B., '82, A.M., ,885 Pittsburgh Professor of Rhetoric arid Dramatics. ERIC ALEXANDER ECKLER, A.M., Washington and Jefferson College, A.B., ,log A.M., ,175 Pennsylvania State College. With Mount Union, I September, 1922- Professor of English Language and Literature. B51-ff A-ff f- -A Female College. With Mount Union, September, 1916- A State, University, SLM., ,22. With Mount Union, V - ---. ru , . .. .- , Q -. , - .' . - , -' ,'.S1'f" -- -0- J- f -ib2"""'f"-1: 2f"Q"'L?"!"'! . 1-: -. -H .- .fair--'Ri-' 'T -.3""'!'V4i'-F' 'ffl' Y' Li' WJ: 31 ' I ' i"""".f,7'T . 'aqelliini' ' "X3'..!4J- -,s 1-ff M F 2452 2-if'Xr7" 5 '3f' - ' ' ' is "7 Wi" ' A - ' vu --we ' " T -' M-..4., 'i' - . .. ' , ,fqyivif-, H:,, '221'.::f?3'iEe3fe1 , vi-fb. ., n'2.fE?RfZ-212459545532-.safe-gif. 'F1i'f'i546If-553550 s'T23"ff7iJigZill"'iffi5i'- iffiiffgiii-M?'f"f'5i-"f 'Z' fif 5 43" 'fi' 65-7 A H ' MARY WAGGONER ECKLER, A.B., University of Michigan, A.B., '15, Pennsylvania State College. With Mount Union, September, IQ22-- Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature. WILLIAM MCLENNAN MORGAN, S.M., Miami University, University of Illinois, S.B., ,213 Ohio September, IQ22- ' Associate Professor of Chemistry. ROBERT HERMAN CARR, A.B., Mount Union College, A.B., 'ozg Harvard Universityg Uni Instructor in Accounting. versity of Chicago. With Mount Union, September, 1922- 0 Z - ...TEN .. ,-A 1,534.4 ..,g:.j,5 .fgimue-..uYa5',..,F rp A-Ecru, Z' Lv, 7 Q-'ua'-I. ',,!:,:',.L'.- . J' , .g?' 1-:QL-I-.. 'I V., .l 1 ' I-vw' r ,TF . .tug .- .1,.,,,,- . I. .J D ,.a.,.G. 0.5, .hU,nce,: 1 . -. .A .-7-V . . gf' ,F . '.,,,,"?91g,, N-. rap bwu ,.-gm ,. .N K Q4 7 1 3 W, AN rlnlyf-.1,,,v ff? y A.. 11:33. ,,. ., .... ,, ,,, .,-., ..:. 'H ,.-,f -, , J. --.ai--. ., ,, .. - ,, ' -.- A . 2. . 4-, : ,rx , ,- , .5 "' xl, 9.1,-v fl'- . -N : ne -J, rg-envy-i,.-if . ,, m jgyg x . vel - .'i,Noi?-gf?-if F T551 h im - og , . V- 1- -' "nav 'E -- -' -' . ' 'A -, ' -1 1 .1." ' ' . -4 . - ' . - 4,1-' , 'Ahh-,-"' Um-I :-Tuff: ' fn 'Ju W' A .. t'l',,,,pjj!g,,u,f2-Q -'nl Q, 2'-- 'bk-cfil. .- 135 1.-gl -lsfi-m . - ' ,gy A A-q.U4 .1 .ct 4 i ' "ri" 3"-1 K -' e -. -'-s"f'w4-fqv-. -f- 4:-'-. s 532'-I .- '- .iv-11 . -:'."?.-ff:-.nz JL. '-E-N1-f..'2 --r 'ff' '.--1-1155. -i:C'?"f"::5'51+'.f95.,f":.1--'TY'-'1-f'--'f-4'f.'5Q.f.'4?2?7f-i5fvfr'-'f--.:2Pf1- J'f'9f"f:'- 491:-'A-7: 5'fL.'kf':i1 -:fri if 745' ""' DWIGHT MARION BECK, S. T. B., PH.D., - -Syracuse University, A.B., '18, Boston University, S.T.B.. 'zzg Harvard University 5 Boston University, Ph.D., '28, With Mount Union, September, 1924- I LOUIS ABELL PAPPENHAGEN, S.M., PH.D., Allegheny College, S.B., '15, Northwestern University, S.M., '15, Ohio State University, Ph.D., '2 5. With Mount Union, September, 1925- Professor of C hemistry. JEAN LUGG BECK, A.M., Syracuse University, A.B., '12, A.M., ,IS. With Mount Union, September, 1924- Instructor in Latin. N r ul 1 I' N K l t,!:,:l,:'.:- QA, M ,gift .:?.,.:- -I it ,Z 1 2, TA v,:,,,. f- 5- ""-N' ' 'Wa fr Jw A K-1 -nr' 244 v ft 1' :rf I 1 I laser, 'A -v 44' V 'Q 'IA' Q 'I A 1 -'..::- 1 1 ' .:., f P, .- 54- ff 1- . 1 2- 1' 1- - '- xiii -'-L? '-5Fm5'f 5.3514 :Sf -- fr 171 - 1 4. -Y '- 'B' 7 i3E.z,:.,'2'a ' f i f- ' i z' 'HW 'f : ' .'lH!Es "4b - " . 4"'1 ii ' 'i. we i1b'?'-' a libi' ' ' " 28 ' 5'5" -SP- . . , -4 -. ,'. - ,.. . '4 , -5 r ,, 2'-. . " ' ,Q-av, .- 1 4 , f, IL. J - r:.:.4qf.i4'if:v ,5i's:7Er"- .Ssg97iw w.f'rf'w-'?5'F!:vW:ff.j,Ce-5' -,3'g:l5,j-.fp-FR,srim1-441-.3-:sh-f1:'-f-.23..g,-7,..?- 752.51 1415 asf'-P "Wire-tzse -2-11-""?i4-,Q.:.,ff+.',if -..,-4,-.fvz'.-- -' - '- fa' ' .' 5. .,-SQ, 1: ,sr-rn.:-..su. -- "..:-1,1 - : -. , ., . -1 .. . - - - L. ,P 1 N A- I , V . - r L ELIZABETH ELLEN LICHTY, A.M., Lake Forest College, A.B., 721, University of Wisconsin, A.M., 324. With Mount Union, September, 1927- Assistarit Professor of M oderri Languages and Literature. ' HENRY ANTHONY, A.M.,' l University of Pittsburgh, S.B., '24, A.M., ,27. With Mount Union, September, 1926- Assistartt Professor of English. MARY TOLERTON LAPP, A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B.5 Miss Gibbs Secretarial School, With Mount Union, September, 1926- Assistant Physical Director. . 'f ',-"-fi-1 H1-."'f f,vf--- 1,-,F .g . ,,.5..-,-.-.-. , ,-.. ,' .,:f I , ,, , iifiihif52?'ff".'.i'i'Y'473'f3'7'4?7?3"ff'W' 'Q-+'i?i-"3i'1f-'f 'FY " vw- I f I 4 ., .,k,?, ,,.1,4.q5,,n, ,i if -'Q ?'6P':igyLJj'!? , .M W .'-.- I P gh . figfzg-vi?l??4iwf-fl li' 'i9eY't 4 : ,,.,.I lu..-,e,3,',9,,.,5 1, --N--: - A , 4. ---sb ' I-N. -4- ,. 1,. ' .. -' ,- - , , 'Egg-L 1' 1 ', 'A ..A1fE..,JfeuQ,f.,,,-,A ii:-. -- gigfii Mk- 4 v - ' -N2 -.711 v .3 . . -i, M '-.-ui, hzbllgg- - ' - ,. r . ' , , .. juz-1-K., , b4"Y"'55i"'i-' ','V:'r5"uf4Q4':!v'QTl'-5 f 2 :.,.f' -f 'fiffiigiiiwlf-. -1-5'Pfi?-.1 '-x " .'q!?'a' M . -"' '-F'5-'5iS1',1il'- 'ik ' 6 ' A 'i5Q.r'-Feliflrfl-.f'1iZ" " .S 51:17 . Ax., -' I-. ' -1 :Q . 5'.fwf',' 1,1 .'IZA'3:5322-gfi,-izffsgivdi. Ji f-?,,.i1.riilL':: :g,.:,,,,',.LE:1r'1g.H fi grjyl . E' ' Q. 3, J, . OHMER HAROLD ENGLE, A.M., Wittenberg College, A.B., '14, Cornell University, ,235 Ohio State University, ,243 Columbia University, A.M,, '25, With Mount Union, September, 1925- Associate Professor of Biology. ROBERT DEAN WRIGHT, A.B., Miami University, A.B., '22, University of Illinois, Uni- versity of Wisconsin. With Mount Union, September, 1925-- Assistarit Physical Director and Assistant Coach. ALBANUS BLAINE KITZMILLER, A.M., PHD., Mount Union College, A.B., '14, Ohio State University, A.M., '26, Ph.D., '28. With Mount Union, September, 1927- Lewis Miller Professor of Psychology. 1 1 ,,,, ,,,.,q1,,Qas 1 U IE it ' 1 'f'?"o , - - LL 1 .1 , ,L ,1-g.g?T.'J"a"'-" 0 J? ,Mr gf 3, 1 ,Q ,,.41.::.':.g:.2::s.f:Lga':f.1 .::g.:.,...-..::.r.1. g j,',..13-'-?f"Q3' -ff --, era, -5i',""" 112-:W"":Q15d7'i:-N"'9vsf.::f 'Q..-Q7'1',?-L"? 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LUTHER ENOCH WARREN, A.M., Wilmington College, A.B., '17, Harvard University, '22, Haverford College, A.M., '24, Columbia University, ,24Q University of Pennsylvanfa, '25, University of Cincinnati, '28. With Mount Union, September, IQ28- Assistarzt Professor of Education. I W .V Y- B rv A 1 U vi, 4 , , . .,. ,, 2, .s .. W-.YYY 1--.-1 .,,.,Q1..1. A. e ,-:,. ., -.. ,ig ,- . 1,-,f -- 1 vfw ,ff "P,,."'A ?i Lf-Q '1-113, -I :".C1"1--M 'LPWL 7' .bp li 1 A".g'l1g'-'.'!'f"1 'hrgva 1-,gl-.f,1.-,-,flu .If :""Sf. gli." .ixiilgkr-1415 -"3i1:'i- :'L-ab-,rlzl-F?---Jiipr:-W ,J -P72711 J' '?7?'T ,115-avi 7'-'if'--ii,9.l'.'li!'f"m' . . , wer . . . ,-E-11 -. f ... 5:51-4r.,f,,,-,iv F" W Eh Orff'--f5:"f+ -. 572JW"f- . 'Mr-.i13' il'-1fffijgif',,+."fQz,d" wfC 4572 ' .' .,,Z. ' J,.u.,,. 4 ' 'N I 1.-I, ,' " Q. --'55 " J-,mi ' V., . -L 4. ' ' mr h .A ' ',g.. fiw iff-kfn"i5?f7 .,'FI1f:f41Ze2?f,J4'-B fi.av.'2:'I'eEfr?i:,.gf:.. ---ea -a s-51-sg-fffiffbfflziri '4lZ,:5'ff?5f'r-'a32'fLf 'TfQ"l55 :+':33Hf'e?sg-.--.:-41-:He-4f1f:'1.f4+..fu:f-1'..-.Fwy-e.1.:9 fs- - 13- '- --vlefif-.ef:g1'PS-5921-aff. "1-ff -ff-" f""f A. , J., .,,. D .,1?,l, ., l , .. , , , 1, A RICHARD WALTER OPPENHEIM, MUs.GRAD., Graduate of Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Belgium, ' fi t pupil of Oscar Back and Cesar Thompson, Brussels, rs violinist, Concerts Durant Symphony Orchestra, Brussels, instructor in Miss Cowles' School for Girls, Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, 1912-1914, instructor Williamsport Dick- inson Seminary, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1914-1918, fn- structor Mount Union Conservatory, 1920-1928, Director of Music, Mount Union, IQ28-- Director of Violin, Theory CHARLES FINDLAY Studied in Leipzig, and Berlin, Germany, under Julius Klengel, Hans Kronold and Leo Schultz, Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Vzolmcello EVELYN DORIS STAHLER, Moss., Graduate of the Chicago Musical College, B.Mus., 1922 lD1aU0 21f1'C1C01T1D0SitiOI1D5pupil of Beryl Rubinstein, Cleve- land Institute of Music, of Ernest Hutcheson, at Chautau- QUE Lake, New Y0Yk, 1927. Teacher of piano, Moun Union Conservatory, 1924, 9 Pzano 32 t . . .. .. -,, - .. . ,1 ., :,..- ,-14 . rw' , . -.viz -: a.m:v---I :'.2':lt-:-.- - ,, --4,1 '-11u-7'-- ,- .1 ..-..-,. ,H . -..- .ft-"f"ZfTS'-if at ' . 't-f-ff .. . , x .rf -- 1 -NnLAG""",f' " k 85" G ii' il-'r""M:4""" ll3"l""-In - -- . " f .-L TLQ -1 '4-'N ,fe ,'Q45.'3 i-it 'lf -ggi j , ,ey U1-4,1 l 1 nr N 7 4 t,,g,L, N J. P' - not in ,nel-. f . -an 11? , F ,.. 1 : . J. ,auth v 'wi A in 6. 'rl V ' 'll I 'A ' 4 ' Wi I 'N 'ki "'i'x'il'f1z -V in I , ov ag' f ,sf ,Jr ,, . , 5 t. 4 ' . . f nf 4 -by 1 g - -4 , 5 Y K. ,415 3J:?,5Qt::,,, G ...iw X-xx' will ,Qt EE :Hin -lf? .pi bfi., 505 qxtllyeiill ,u My A 3,14 , -A. 111.92 'N' -: b. L4 " H X "' 'sin nh I .rv la,-5+ " ' '4 A W ,-uw' 241' jfs "" 1 r MARION DAVIES, MUs.B., Graduate Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio, B.Mus., 28. Piano and Organ. HERMANN GRUSS, MUs.GRAD,, Graduate of National Conservatory of Music, Leipsig, Ger- manyg pupil of Robert Teichrnuellerg instructor of master Classics in piano at the Royal Conservatory, Agram, Croatia. Piano GRACE JOHNSON, MUs.B., Graduate Mount 'Union College Conservatory of Music, B.Mus., '2S. Studied under Mischa Mischacoss, Concert f Master Philadelphia Orchestra. Violin O ,Mr -if U A,,10 32 nf- Z ' if fl: .- Q" '41 .' 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COLEMAN ASHE, MUSB Graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois, B.Mus.,'26g Voice with Arthur Westbrook and Arnold Lovejoy, Brady Pupils, and William Lindquist. Scholarship to the Eastman Opera School, Rochester, New York, '26, and appeared with Rochester Opera Company in baritone roles, appeared in Schubert Light Opera .Com- pany, New York, '26-'27, in several roles. Vozce 34 ,L Zu Q .5357 -.-1-A .-4,151 n..v1,j,,fdf- .-:un..!,,yu.,-1,1 fp gr- . 3: lv.: 1.55, ..' 315-gu4:.'i, . H -,- ' 'Zig-T'-A u, ,, -I , , ',.-. .- T,-... 'giiSfiQgwf,f:s'g41l -1y:1iyw3?T2E5?..33.Qi,33i,.fg32,Z'l3,-3gf1!','2gfj'?:"5,g1Q4f?g4.?Qf,'FQ,3ir!-F23:.,S3J ' " ,Q ., ,7. ' I. . ,, ." . . - agp'-H' -f ,. ...W . - . ,Q 2'g'5,,b,',-1:'3- "' , ' 3,-.l, ,-.-'lg fw,-f 1L.'.'-5, ,. -1-"' ' wg" v 14- A."-"7 Ln",-"f'X1'5Q 7. ",: Lf ' i- 2- 'da D 1 .NWI ' 'v . qv , f ' 2' . - W" guy.-ff m'4E.5."'vuN-.IW -mfr. -V gsrgffl. 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John Alden Lichty, Ph.M., MD., Php. .... .... Hazel Purcell Rodman, A.B., fMrs.j. Hon. Heaton W'illis Harris, Ph.D.. . . . ............President . . . .First Vice-President . . . .Second Vice-President ...........Treasnrer ..........Secretary . . .Assistant Treasurer . .President of tlze College .................Canton ................Alliance . .Pittsbilrgli, Pennsylvania .............Youngstown ..............Alliance . . . . . .Cleveland . . . .Youngstown ................Alliance ...............Cleveland . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania M cK eesport, .Pennsylvania .Waslzington, Pennsylvania .Clifton Springs, New York ................Alliance . . . ..................... Alliance Harry Edwin Martin, A.M., .............. .... 1 Vew York City, l ew York Robert Hamilton Dawson, A.B., LL.B Edgar Harold Turkle, Esq. ......... . Louis Herbert Brush, Esq. ......... . Elizabeth Aultman Harter, fMrs.j .... Lorin Curtis Rockhill, Ph.B. ....... . William Delbert Shilts, A.B. ....... . Charles Stephen Hoover. S.B., M.D... X7Villiam Henry Hoover, S.B. ........ . Perry Firestone Kina, S.B., M.D.. .. Hon. Frank Austin Hoiles ......... Isaac Hopwood Brownfield. Ph.M.. . . . Herbert Spencer Johns, A.B. ........ . Melodia Blackmarr jones, A.M., fMrs.j Harvey Baldwin Wallace, Ph.B. ..... . V ' . . .................. Cleveland . . . .................. Alliance ......Sale1n . . . . .Canton . . . .Akron ... ...Hudson . . . . . . . .Cleveland . . . .North Canton ................Allzance ..................Alliance .. .... Uniontown, Pennsylvania ................Cleveland . . . . . .Bnjialo, New York . . . .Detroit, Michigan .. ,,. . . ,.,. ,.g ,qryf 11 -M. .. -','f,', -I 2' '11s-2. "3 L"'Z"' "' , . .:, -. .---. -+,: 1.4 .., f.:.f,:'g2g.,y"'-9-vaepf. J 'T L: ,L 1' if 1" f-'1jgf'fq,.'? T, f1aWjf.+-4 'f?I?,'fj'Jf'?2E14:317q,ffgrf,S,F'3j,f' 7'-12?-.Eff i1,'fff3-ff" '?-f2'f',Qi,5gf1.Q:"fY:-'g1.:'.'.11 ffxfi-3. 7"'Sf?s. ' k -, ., i!' T,' i Q75 'fir' iii' V" -ff? 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"1-f":"f-4' -'P ---A H'-'-"wiv f 5-1, Q'-g,,,.. ., - ,A-. U- gjgw., . g Tr- pp .p,Q..!--4. ..:-,,-f,..-.- ,,x- -.L -. ff ia...-ff.-Q . x'--42414 -,A-fiftg., .--fmvg:,i4Q1g'5f..--q- 4-:- -'- -ff ..--1a::,:.3f': 5 - " - - -If 4.-.,:q7...fffg'2"we. 'ftfg' - LQN35,E.Qr:5?7if' l.,vu::,!s4g'33e5sq,?g,4,1.,g:,i5-5,1221 .1,.q.,j-f-N., .1 ..-M . U . . . A ' ' 1 S . 44:1---'S ?a'4'4""""-"""'f"'- I ' . - ' ' ' - - . , '..-.' ,x "" MARY WAGGONER ECKLER Patroness ' "And no one came but he was Welcomew- Mary Waggoner Eckler is one of the few charming people who always have time for others. No matter how busy she may be, she never refuses to give students Cand othersj time for advice or encouragement. Her thoroughly human qualities make her beloved by the entire student body, but particularly by the Class of 1929. We appreciate her sincere interest in us. qu4,:u1,i'S?:7 'vi-1-'lt-f,,,x Q.:-aregzizhzg -...gg,?,l,,g. fl: ey, gmt. frygig,-p,.. yrggmw .,wQv.-,,.f... b ""' gn- ix",'b'Y'rt:e'i-S104-if - . .1 . . . . I, ht... - .. , M.. 'swf -+..,,m1 1:-' ,f ' rw --as ' ' -J 2'1'Q1"-gh,-"-':wif-'g'f:'f"l im.-I f I S '.:J.v 'i ?-brig.,-1:2323-X-1. . . f..H.w, .fctfakgwgf- kg" fi 54 zg1h2,,:..t,Eq ffjwfplfrugv 55,5154 ,,f,:.,r 5.,..,,,,.-45,r,,,,,,,'jQ2Ji,-rf, ,.,,aL?+., E' 5, 1,15 rf:-u.,,,., 5 Q , .A 24 , - g41.,. ,5vA . l' -x' ' hu- -. -1- L T f -. w uf." QI, -0- '-'R '-' ' -. 2. 5" :-' ' " ' .1 -J ,-. 'rs ' u " 2-9 ..A.,jr9'i'l.UT-'gp -: . "-gif? sSc.lf,gN"c.. G 1 :',,..,3x! -'ya '..fvut4.'g. -fi - M44 ': '41, ,, . . 'ff-4' 1" -ig'-'QL -I-1 , :' --. ,,":.:"2--fl".-s ."v'3f1-4 75'-f-we -'DJ ..g .K .--Ji! - - -'nf'-,, -4 QA '-5 'luis' ug-:wi ,1. s 1 e Vu-5 ,.' E :LLL-, .-1-54.11 5. - -g',:,-fn.-ing. ., - -i - - .,.j 41:3 : .:?'L-455:52-,gif ' ,wif U' -n.,-iv-.-I -' Class o 1929 OFFICERS U President, ....... ............ ......... G o rdon Ott Vice-President. .... .... G ertrude Weaver Secretary. ....... . . .Thelma McCracken Treasurer .... ......Osborn Hutton History On September 13, 192 5, one hundred eighty-three promising young men and women arrived on the campus of Mount Union in search of greater knowledge. Their arrival was a sort of experiment, as members of this class were the first subjects on whom freshman week was tried. This class has been very active in all phases of college life. It has also maintained a very high standard of scholarship throughout the entire four years .i'- ' The class has held a very prominent place in athletics. Four members of the class have formed the nucleus of the basketball teams for three years. Six men have proved their worth to Mount Union on the gridiron. Nor have track, baseball and tennis been slighted. Mount Union will feel a great loss in an athletic way when the "Sheepskins" are handed to this class. And still we remember the social successes. The freshman and soph- omore parties serve to show the ability of the class along these lines. The junior Prom was one of the big events of the year. 9 Now on June 17, IQZQ, one hundred seven members of this class will leave Mount Union as another 'flargest graduating class," having entirely full- filled the promises of the freshman class of '2 5. As we leave the portals of Mount Union we have many memories lingering in our minds of the joyous days spent within those same portals and on the campus-and memories of lasting friendships formed in the past four years which will mean as much in our future as the knowledge obtained from the books we have studied. Our greatest desire is that we have left to the classes that will follow us as a heritage, Mount Union, an institution of higher learning where the mind may have freedom to pursue knowledge directed by unbiased instruction. bw , .,,,,,',.,. ,d,,k4vgjLzQ,-gQ!0..b..,ng-f..,., ,....'.:,5--.gswlrggf , .. ,. 1... ,q-: fa-,air ?i1'-!,w:T',-". -f,1:.n,i '-sv ,Vg-'Q V-f' '-'.'j1xg,-"gh-.sy , ..l..u. -'rev ".1i'f:".-'fy ' 'f.i-42fri'Z,1?'12:Q,fl,"Q'fe7f.115--3:4-:.v."r1Rq3qjF'f-"R,-ii'.a.df" tef:Sir3f" F' ffl-'i' '.-Qf,Q'..'f'f55,'3'i,Ig2.fi5."fg11-'f' ' Arr? xv -,y-.Zfff -.. 'mr-1 -s""4', . -,- "t . -' M51 . 15.7 ' - - '- ' .' , i . ' 1 -. . J V ty I., Yer.-13,-L. HJ , 3 ,. .,hJk1, 6 . .. .pi F' -L .. V' .Il - I.bqn.,':Ig- . I gy JA325,g1,,-glint ' , .,..g 1047-"J-' 4 ..-,: , . '- 1 lia".Tf1'! Q1 :-.. -A " -.4,v'1'.r, qhf-.., v4fq..f',r.,.,,.E L-9 ht r. .4--'11, -., -..n1,' 1:-,Q ,, ,- .J MH- . 9.1.1-1.1'if'!1u,,-. -.. c --.1 .- mr -fpgif.-1--A,-,Q.:-.4-f'-.1-. -..x.- ...- if 2 . .,t--.-:- Ym'lE!.g.v,wf:' 'ffiliff' ,-:R f J., .'g,.a'!i'w49-xv-,':'.1ysx ,. 'S.?414v'f' .f - -' -4 - --2 -if.-..,.--...f:f:'f'4v. V. ':f'-- 6' ,q1Z.g,ag?i6-Q,z::534 I-u:QNA:,! .jgltxvq-f.+1,. ...s,:,i:,:, ,gill .wr -M4-,.rv 5, ,- -a.. 7, I . - I- l l -I ' . ',i,,.,F,t., 1. I., -,,,,,, ., -. . , , . . gf' 75, 5 l W al gy: ' I A ' ff ,x g ags , 3 .,v.- f er . 7 f .. 2 W... 2 , ,. ,,,,, , . .M yew.. wb. .ZS..,4,.,,,,a ,f,,I.yw....,,.f. 1. -'-' I MARY JANE ANDERSON JOHN LEO BATTIN Am Alliance, ohio Arts Alliance, Ohio Chi Sigma Omicron. Alpha Tau Omega- Psi Kappa Omega, 4. Dynamo Staff, 2, 3, 4. Editor, 3. Purple Mask, I, 2, 3, 4. Campus Play, 1, 2, 3, 4. Prom Committee, '3. Class Day Committee, 4. WILLIAM BAKER WILLIAM SCOTT BANFIELD Arts Salem, Ohio Science Wellsville, Ohio Track, 1. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Dynamo Staff, 4. Track Manager,-3. Asst. Basketball Manager, 3. Football Manager, 4. Pre Medics Club, 2, 3, 4. -f-:., -..---. ,..,'.,,,.. , .. , ,..,, ,, U , WG- -fe - - F.: ' P"-'Kew' 'f'f.-T-'lv' 2. Lv- r -ca. .f ,-.::e1"-- . . 4 .-.:, ' 1-1 . Q-ibn-fT'.? f -gf - gf- .Zr,i,,gw,ef'2:3g,qaf,3f.s 94325-z3fgf:.3j92.3,iQ-e5....2gf, ,Qf':wfZe3fLfyyg3j5644fEgg,Eg,,1 ,,gf:15g':.f-1:'.ff,::5:4:g3-5,21 . 'f ei. . 2 ' gi , ii!-V"-' . , . ' - A .. -' f 4F31-,":q7:J'i1'L,-"'f . ..1i'f,.. gr- 1--as-'f wan ' 1 -35-.1 -"f..'I-'-" 5riw'sfi"iu1!?:v"iA2'.ve? iiwfzla S"'3511fQ1f nn- . '---a 5' if -'A 3 " " f t TH !-753 1' f 'W - ' 'q1rf.Q!3'f'g.S'T?Tii- ,' -.,, -iqrftgu. 45.-r!S'wi49fi,'5 . . -Wm 1 .. 'fitfh-,yfA!s43"?'f1 -' H5 .1Uaia,'1,gaa,y. vw ' - f- gg , !t.H,1-,g:4fi-- ,, We --'3 'f "" EA' 4 : I 4717+ 1.5241-"Y.."+'12 1'-f 'F-45 5 I 61? ,"f'-:,,'-fe3fz."tw'. YT.-,. :QV '-F f?"9'ff2 1' f'4g51Fi:3f-?'Y3'ff2'-..3'1f1. 5' 55 Le' 31.24-eff? . '. , A, 1. ,I .L h - -:-2. 'I :' I" 2. ' ' '.L.:,j.,,,":1g".'m,' 71. i.'.- - PAUL ORLANDO BIXLER AGNES BECK Arts Louisville, Ohio Arts Avon, N. Y. Phi Kappa Tau. Chi Sigma Omicron. A Football, 1, 2, 3, 4. Beta Pi Theta. Captain, 4. President Freshman Y. W. C. A. Glee Club, 2, 4. ' Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3. Phi Sigma, 3, 4. Women's Student Council, 3. Student Senate, 2, 3, 4. Women's Athletic Association, 2. Class Treasurer, 1. Tntramural Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 4. Pre Medics. 2. 4. E. BENNETT, JR. DONALD BOWMAN Science East Liverpool, Ohio Arts Alliance. Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Alpha Tau Omega. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. Manager, 3, 4. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Director of Glee Club, 4. Varsity Quartette, 3, 4. Student Senate, 1. Gospel Team, 1, 2. Football, 2. President Y. M. C. A., 3. Delta Pi Alpha, 2, 3. Chemistry-Physics Club, 2, 3. Interfraternity Council. Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. Beta Pi Theta, 3, 4. Polygon Club, 2, 3. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, Gospel Team, 2, 3, 4. Manager, 4. Physics Lab Assistant, 3, 4. Biology Lab Assistant, 3. Glee Club, 3, 4. College Choir, 3, 4. Unonian Staff, 3, 4. Baseball, 2. Second Year French Prize ,. . . .. ,a -.mn-.. V- -rv . .1-W -1-1-ug1-11,-7'-'xr-1:1-at-:'f-'I , .. 4 'L-Hf'f,f.S?2-1,g,:7f'1'.f-'f1fQgi?g-- 'fv'?'2si':5"?'?I1f?iY25fA 5 " V: '3 " '5i?'1I'.f - Lf?"-"" A ' 11,,,",' . 5 .71 V a fiffg f ria- ?tw37' , f i - 4, --, il: " fi ' fif--3'345?'ff?.iE:li'?f45. .HAHA-:.r',g?g 5j,ff?Epgb-4.5, '.g415,,5:,f,gQ1Q,'f,f:a.:.A,yb.3ff.,Iksn54L,:,ff225552. 5 , sl. -. igf-R,f::A,5:'L'.4.:-,gag '11-7. -.gi-.A H . '51?45'f5P4fISf'v52fLf5I23'17??.5'...--iv.."PP-' '--41'-1 1511: 'f ' f' '. " . ' . ' ' Y- - - 1 '4-511 ' 'H ' , . . - ' JOHN BOYD Science Williamstown, W. Va. Alpha Tau Omega. EVELYN FRANCIS BOWMAN Arts East Liverpool, Ohio Kappa Delta. Phi Sigma. Women's Student Council, 2, 3, 4. President, 4. Glee Club, I, 2, 3. Y..W. C. A. Cabinet, I, 2, 3. Elliott Hall Government Board, 4. Panhellenic Council, 2, 3. Interfraternity Council, 3. Chairman Senior Gift Committee, 4. FOSTER BROOKS Arts .3Xlll3I1CC, Phi Kappa Tau. Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. Debate, 3. Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4. Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. ' Glee Club, 3, 4. Beta Pi Theta, 3. 4. HANN A MARIE BOYLE Arts Massillon, Ohio Kappa Delta. Purple Mask, 1, 2, 3. 4. Q Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. G. F. A. Secretary, 4. May Day Committee, 4. u 2 'Th' """ -'4.!H.1L..u2'.z .. ue- .- V- . . 'f:'l'f'1' 'ii' 15515.-'ff -2 7-'-fr.-'F-'fine 'PWS-A-" 'f' T-' 1' 2- Z'- 3 S'-um--' JA:-:r"-' - A P .'-:, ' 1 I-V r. r ':"D,::-- uf'-..'f-2"-fefxf-3f4F'f:xss'2-l!ilF?i:.-."m."fi1fp-,s-ff' ,'.'f:"7ZffB-if 'T-fffifvfl ' -1:1'Nga'-::,,-rj'-,af-wg-if-:'f'-i 1,4 .K 'ea Ji Pa-f..--'f l 4 155, ' ,,N.,:sf"f+.1r' Q 64.411 -W ffe..s.'t,f.HL-H W'-, A-"' '-n' 'NVE 1, " 5 " ' - " ". ---' " ' J ". I.-.'-'lil ' ' -':. i"a '. 'L..r "' 'li""L"x" 'C -mr. .+-,...-.:v,a-.bfrcw 1- z ' - . - .-' S' - -4 L- N- -'rf' f fr -' '41r3fsfv,11fi'?'Z-----1423-gf-:4"'2itf2"ff?5.f'l"vW fi' ef"'iv-1'f'.L'i- 1- " A ' ,-, .,,.,,. -Q 1: ' 4, "Ev l .. .131-wp, 1.14. '14 '. ,,. , -' .:". - . .1 ,. ..A '- g.- .I-ur . .,, .1 ,,..A,f,, ,hr ' - . .5 .-. f . -' 53" ' - 1'-: :isa 15'-'----:ew 4 Nl- ftfisfrr. ff. aff in-A-'fl-:rfb HAROLD RICHARD BURKLE HAROLD DAVIDSON Arts Columbiana, ohio A' is Calm Ohm Siqma Nu Philo Club. C, - . Basketball? 2, 37 4' Pre Medics Club. Captain. 3. All-Ohio Basketball Guard, 4. Captain. 4. Baseball. 2, 3, 4. Track, 2. 4. FLORENCE BROWN ' MARY BURNESON Arts Hubbard, Ohio Science Lisbon, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega. Alpha Chi Omega. Panhellenic Council President, 3. Grove City College, 2. Glee Club, 3. Pre Medics Club, 3, 4. Basketball, 3. ,, . . ,. I .. .- fugfm' .. - " .L .'?15':7 'IbZ""Z'f'1b. Zf'Tf"d'7"i'f ,, ,. .... ,. f4,1 ...Q 2,141 ggi.,-we-wgvkf-,g.1 ici., y ,. .f 5-T3-714r"2'7! -if-,iglzi-11-v..:!.-1453. - -',-- ' , - . ,nv 'F --"La ,,r,.,?,g,'m, A. 1,21-qw. -'hm n - 'iff' E- , M '.-- fl' ' 7 f 'nfl -1 ' -u" . lH'L::J14i.S3.q5,,-.,n-..-15,-,-x -W .,R2Hrfg,,hMga3:,,-33, Hraw llas 'gl' gQfxr,,,i-jvifg , ,V L.3J11.- ' c ., .. ., , 1' :LH f.,l-,R.p,1- gi , K . Z ,. .ILT - ,- I ML.. -E rar., 5, : V ll, Q- . , ,- . ,lg . . l. -I ,IL 4, ,I - M . - , , ,S -Mn., fu ' :dv : ""- . ' a- ' 'Atv i?.'fm -' ' P+ -' fi -57.1"-2'-f IL. r G. 1:.."eQ-1"'l"'A.-,-.-'V'-'M '. ,rq2',gpf'-Z'5Eg:e7 '-- ggi. .ff1:,,,,?gr,p,gf1'F!mfj23ie-yi' -ii!4:43551-7'i'm.1r,::9ffi?3f'4'Zg:4U''if'j-as,eG:7JT'-wif '.1z6-I-deff' 4 -A - - .-r - -' uf:-wavy.. '. ...Ta 1911.-1,-4-A -. . -s-J. -1-qw -f , , ' . 'l ' f. 4l!iSi!?55-9:52555iT:fr"f':Li'E-.:1'fV1-"+"'Y".,f'1:l":5if-L: .f i' HI' . " .- - - . ' - -' - - wr-1' ,. 11445.-.-.Mir 1 ' A - . xt Q , f f ' W sy ,, Q,,, f3 Q3,?, ..,5,,,,ff Z5 gg, 5 ,mffsyy f: 4. ff-X:--V ,N 2 . . 'f - N 4 . J.: A 'f'wfs-aff"2.f24ZfP:s . 2 ' Y 1 y on 4' NZM sgffr. iffy! -px 2 X 1 2 , 2 f 1 s 4 2 ,Y , 1 f MV ' 'f YG, AAN! f ff " 5' Q , ,ff ,af an rf .,,i'9',,.,.,f7f-51' of , 1 1 ff.. fxymegyzff-it X 2 s fff , MARJORIE A. CARTER HAROLD CARR Arts Akron, Ohio Arts Alliance. Ohio Alpha Chi Omega. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Psi Kappa Omega. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4. President, 4. Oxford Union, I, 2, 3, 4. President, 2, 4. Debate, 3. Glee Club, 1. Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4. Women's Student Council, 4. Purple Mask, 2, 3, 4. Campus Play, 3, 4. Elliott Hall Government Board. 4. 1 Unonian Staff, 4. May Day Committee, 4. Volley Ball, 2, 3. Hockey, 2, 3. A Gospel Team, r, 2. 4. 1 EVERETT ROLLER CHANDLER CHARLES E. NCATTELT, Science Alliance, Ohio Arts Smithfield, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Sigma. Basketball, 4. Purple Mask, 1, 2, 3, 4. President, 4. Tennis, 3, 4. Unonian Staff, 4' University of Pittsburgh, 1. Pre Medics Club, 2, 3, 4. Chairman Announcements Com., 4. Chairman Marshals Committee, 3. Interfraternlty Council x Qrl,5:,,ig:iL '- ff- ,fs.:5.:1--vf.t5r,snf:,,y:-..1,,,,?,,.t-..,1 .-.. AQ., , .,,.?J,,.,'.,-. ,,,,.,,,.,. W . . , .,-if :-f'.'f-:zf.-- . J-.f'-."' -"ff .- ' 21- -'.. 5119 "- we-' '.-'- -"xv QT-'-" .f -- .1 2--1,-N., 1 Af" 1-. I -F ,- 'u1f':5"'S'!i6xQ1N'S-M f"?31'P:'N1 4 LfT'I'l,f7':?I?'T .abc if-5131-,t."4-f3H1.93 R .1 .X -1 -qu, , 'fig ,J Qfi--I" .- ...akamai . gh U bi Aguifwiy 1,. ztarfhfn' Y . .-:V-l ',-4 .QW ,Hhs ' 105578-57.ul5f'? "5 if ' l ike lm- ' " F' V- f' f' ' ' 'r - 's1mfe.w ":f4ff2N,:1firigf1-- fagqvfrieikw'-.-Hyxflw--5' -.'FI!f:'e!Z+1w'tii 23?.wi2'57r-xffdi.-. ss .. . ' 'fi-+1 4 ""1-A H...2-1.1-1-:'f"h +"- -' '--iff A'--.' 1. '2-i4'-z.rv1ff--'-.mzzvfi-'.iff ff - JT: 5:5727--f'T1'5"-z.1:gx1'.iw-4"TQ!-7 '1:5.'Z:1'wf- . -.. -- . ., , '-fig. 'U :' " '- , .'.,:.,-H., .g"- -.3 lj- P- -V ' ' FREDERICK ELIPI-IAS COPE IRENE MAE CONRAD Science Salem, Ohio Arts Louisville, Ohio Sigma Nu- Beta Pi Theta. Track, 2, 3, 4. Big Six Two-mile Champion, 3. Cross Country, 2, 3, 4. Captain, 2, 4. Pre Medics Club, 3. Dynamo Staff, 4. ' Unonian Staff, 3, 4. HUGH MYERS CRUMAY DONALD CUNNINGHAM 5357109 Bradford W00d5f Pa- Science Steubenville, Ohio Sigma Nu. n Philo Club. Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. President, 4. Band, I, 27 3, 4. 3 Debate, 2, 3- Chemistry-Physics Club, 2, 3. Tau Kappa Alpha, 21 3: Track, Class Treasurer, 2. Class 'vice-Pres., 3. Purple Mask, 3, 4. Campus Play, 3, 4. Unonian Staff, 3, 4. Bus. Mgr., 4. Junior Prom Chairman, 3. Mantle Oration, 3. Freshman Football Scholarship Prize. Pre Medics Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. President, 4. Biology Lab Assistant, 3, 4. Commencement Marshal, 3. Interfraternity Council, 3, 4. - Faculty Choice For Rhodes Scholar- ship, 4. . r i i y .. 'P ' b 1 1 flZ'f1?l1P3f.:-'w'i..1:,,t3'T,7i--.:'..:-"-- 'ff' '- I ' ' - " ' g 3 . ... l l l l l I l l l l I l l i OLIN DIVELY LESTER EUGENE EMERSON Science Greenford, Ohio Science Louisville, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau. Sigma NU- Phi Sigma, 3, 4. Football, 9, 3, 4- Pre Medics Club, 2, 3, 4. TYQCI4, 2, 3, 4- Band, 2, Phi Sigma, 3, 4. l EVELYN FETTERS MARIEN GRANT Arts Alliance, Ohio AHS Alliance, Ohio Delta Delta Delta. C Delta Delta Delta. l Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. College Choir, 4. Glee Club, 3. Glee Club, 4. Prom Committee, 3. Hockey, 2, 3. . May Day Committee, 4. Volley Ball, 1, 2. May Day Committee, I, 2, 3, 4. May Queen, 3. 48 I u ' -"fu '-f" If EG' 5-Jig: .0 . xzu. -- -- .. - yuh f - --.. .e.'x1,f., fuvu.-:V 'r' w-,- 1, -r.- .su .- .'.....,..,. , - - - 4, -. 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Glee Club. I, 2, 3, 4. Phi Sigma, 3, 4. Beta Pi Theta. Student Senate, 3, 4. Pre Medics Club, 2, 3, 4. Biology Lab Assistant, 3, 4. Unonian Staff, 4. l l l l l l al E l l l l l l l l 1 J l l v K l 1 i I ll 1 l 1 .- --'ui ,.,. a.-p.' , , . . . l ..' ,af-311'-' .. - " J. '15bg.x"f""' f 'fb7'4"7z'f"21'. 's-5'3f'jKf 7 . .. . . ,, 1 -,- .-Af,..wwuvu.:af :Q 5' 1' A 1" f-Pflgni'-3 5- .' 'f1."'ff.3,a.3fg?I2',.'fj'J.. Tai-A"'f-far fix!-12:9 .-"-'01 K' l -L pau, ,fff fp ::-?:,:'F'-S:g,Q:HA4y'ir'+:g94'Ba!'?fEi2.'VWQQ b -I ,'il' f,-" 'Mfr' fl, L Qi' 47 K 'S ...id f-Ig-..::..,5,.. n,,3p,:.L',,,, -1- I , . ,i " p:.. , f f, n I ,' ' Q mr , Q ,jf--15.1, l . , . 'Q , ,ig 'JPL Va . , Aflnjfgyijio pakjlopi, My. ,wg-,?lQ,5g,,:f?'fgf'34.gf.gf. l .5151-FQ'iff.LigfifrfffQin:3'44l3fflif?fff.'f3.iQ.'Z'57F1"sf 'Ti' 'nfl In - I l Gia-fa aaa -'-4 . - - - - - - HAROLD ALBERT HAHN WAYNE MCCARTY HEAST ON Args Alliance, Ohio Arts Conotton, Ohio Alpha Kappa Pi. Alpha Kappa Pi- Glee Club, I, 2, Kent State Normal College, 1, 2. Gospel Team, 1. Glee Club,.3, 4- Oxford Union, 3, 4. RUTH GUY MARTHA HALDANE Arts Carrollton, Ohio Arts Alliance, Ohio Kappa Delta. Alpha Xi Delta. Pre Medics Club, 3, 4. Basketball, r, 2, 3, 4. Elliott Hall Government Board, I, 4. Hockey, 2, 3, 4. Women's Student Council. May Day Committee, 4. Class Secretary, r. 1,4 .3 Women's Athletic Association, 3, 4. Women's Student Council, 4, fue .g , Ly' ' '5eaf.:. A 'T 11 'if I DEMARR HOOK CLAIRE HUNTSBERGER Sczence Mmgo juncuon Ohlo Arts Brewster Oh1O -41155 WHICH 01110 Sczefzce North Benton Ohlo ,, . ,-,F . 3. .'f.f:11t'L., -My , 'E-?2PG1.14l""'1' 4'-1:fq"5.fii"111. ' 'Q-?"?'if47'7Qfaff5: 'A .6 , ,ll ., .,,. 14.14....-:mf-,fffsgigggv1:fQQaj".LeQ-ai?,ji,g,glg:Ii?f..,2'ji,,.:'4g,.,Qr:?flgJ' 75559,-i'5g.:. . fgfi!4 r"' :.pg ,msg -'1'.""-.1.:'-':'W'.- 4 ,E . Cyp. 'HIM' ' -1-we. af:-' - .1--" ..+ f - xv" . g., .,g,.. - ,- . by '1 -fm .--1' , .. .. A - -4 ., . 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Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. Elliott Hall Government Board, 1, 2. Elliott H2111 Government Board, I. Women's Student Council, 3. Chorus, 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball. I. Vollev Ball, 1. Student Senate, 4. IL ' -":'v "7" s'4fG'l-JT" -4 -XMI., a- r -. '-Qfif',GL dir- 1v.s,.'.,-'.1Q' 3.-.ie,.f:'T-'14 ... Fmjlfff-f'1 J' TU' 311'-?,w:Yg..:0--' 2"!Z1"j-Li. -of J, --2,5 '::i . ,, . , , .... - .,. 7 4.2, .mggqflgirtiglggfylffxs- 3 ff! .-,,i3agCg:,iE,l,g,,.fr',5b53?j,9'3.'9E2lS:Q:gfg'f,9gmg,?i Na., ,-.A. 1, qs., 1, . -,: -' " . . 3, - ' -- ,. . : . ,j -- 'sg t' ' 3 ., 1. ,-" H 4,1 4-,'.a ,1 '-' - vw .y . GQ-1, gg ,,., ,sfniv - , ,,,., . , ., sv - , I, 1 . . , QF.: . .Q .Qi-,:Zz5f2,3 '1g:a?"j1Z.,,k:4f:Qj., 34535:-4jCqps4g',g .-g5sFs'j7.,5.ggP3g5, ,s u n gpg. h,,,:ft5q,gfQ, ,, leg, . X .s gk' 1.1, 1: B-I. A, ,1.,fvh,-qua, 1-. .M ,3..,,qjf:J1tg.. ,F .ht-fairy-24' f..,!::,P5i- I 531:-g4,::5..i:fI,:.2?i:..2hEE.giL,.:. alia ',::J,.c:5:- . ..... . .1. ' "'f".:-It ru FRANK KREBS PHILLIP RUSKIN LAMB Arts Malvern, Ohio Science Alliance, Qhio Alpha Kappa Pi. I Alpha Kappa Pi. Interfraternity Council, 4. Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. Oxford Union, 3. Beta Pi Theta, 3, 4. - Prom Committee, 3. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 4. Modern Language Assistant, 1, 2. History Assistant, 3, 4. WANDA KLINGLER GERTRUDE KREPPS Arts Alliance, Ohio Science East Rochester, N. Y. Delta Delta Delta. Delta Delta Delta Basketball, I, 2. Glee Club, 4. Volley Ball, 1, 2. Pre Medics Club, 3. Women's Athletic Association, 4. Hockey, 2. Dynamo Staff, 1. Unonian Staff, 3, 4. Purple Mask, I, 2, 3, 4. fi- -"-rs. '-r-A as :Q-rv:-lv .- . ur.. .. ... .. '-NVQ' 'Fi' -5 H r,.'w f'.:" i-'?? 'TAEVLL lgvffe-"' 'P 5' J' 311'-is-'SC-nga---' 2?fI1l"' ., -,ag -Z. ' Y-C,-7-H , . , Ii, -I . ..ff,,1 9QArg.13.?E,,', p.5fL,.,y.f?h'q, M ,5ftggQ.t,':d...,1,' ,.2:,g,g'3n3.'..E?..,.FH .gift :.Lfn5,.. ,, M . 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Dynamo Association. Hockey, 2. Unonian Staff, 4. Volley Ball, 1, 2. Glee Club, r, 3, 4. Panhellenic Council, 2. May Day Chairman, 4. - --Q-V7-H . .. 1' 1 . .--V--.5-1--.-vfvi . . . . .- ff:-:I"1 -. -my ZPPGLXQ- : ' '17 'ly--".z'l"1-'. . 'Q-E 1- Cz 1. ,' 1.22.1--1f.-.-,.vAp.-rf'-1e-fqeriifi?.3151?4gji,'?fl?ff1fiS:i?,ff' Jfief-if iiff 2 ' f:f:'f'S?+F -. a.:wa5w+1:f-.9-:f f ff? 'w-..zf..++vwf- ' ' -1 -' A ' . f , :w e Z4 . 1-fc... -- -. -' 4J,f" -03: .-H" - -- 1 ?'l:--f' - -4 - ' -"5 1" fr: ilkqfq '-""l ' . fm "JE , ' -5 fl-'iaiiiff-fem fl bfzf, V5 4'h71f?.1T?QQ!Jvi:...?L.. .--in Q- 1.-21'-194445559 'sigh .!'.':f.,f'n41,-gf5Favfg:f,. '-5' 425552 .fwn-69455121-44re22ig:.4f-:zgg-esffwfff-.'iff' ' ,45if4A?,v :F!y4ggtg:uz?QA15f.1:fi,5,!if-:4:5u,:,51NE.'.. L-ls.-M ..-aqui . r ,. : I' 1 b . .A ,. . VI J,g:f,::.,,gHf1.-A ,,L-1f',,f,-4:-U .35 .A I -- -. 1. . -, -- . . . - -- . - 14- . . .. ,'.w." - KENNETH McFALL Science Alliance, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega. - Glee Club, I. Debate, 2. Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4. Chairman Commencement Speaker Committee. MARY MCHENRY 1 Arts Minerva, Ohio Delta Delta Delta. Hockey, I, 2, 3. Volley Ball, 1, 2, 3. Basketball, 1, 2. Elliott Hall Government Board, 3. Women's Student Council, 4. MAX E. MQLAUGHLIN Science Canton, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau. Beta Pi Theta, 3, 4. President, 4. Band, 2, 3, 4. THELMA MCCRACKEN Arts Alliance, Ohio Kappa Delta. Psi Kappa Omega, 4. Purple Mask, 2, 3, 4. Class Secretary, 4. Basketball, 1, 2. Volley Ball, I, 2. Hockey, I, 2. I iw !'5f'w, 11 ...wr , it s -..."?"S3,L,M.hJ+."'e'w:+,g,F,, R- 6 PM if "' sw Y " . TT ""..q.w-Yin. 2' pf W? mfea 4' . f ' STERLING EDWARD MELCHER WILBUR R. MEREDITH Science Cleveland, Ohio Arts Painesville, Ohio Sigma Nu. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Debate, 2, 3. Debate, 2. Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4. Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4. Football, 2, 3, 4. Manager, 3, 4. Track, 2, 3, 4. Purple Mask, 3, 4. Class President, 1. All College Social Chairman, 4. Student Senate, 1. Purple Mask, 1, 2, 3, 4. Interfraternity Council, 4. Band, I, 3, 4. RUTH E' MILLS DOROTHY ANN NELSON -4,755 Canton, Ohio Arts Chardon, Ohio Oxford Union, 2, 3, 4. Kappa Delta' Elliott Hall Government Board, 4. G. F. A. Board, 2. Glee Club, 3, 4. Basketball, 1, 2. Volley Ball, 1, 2. Hockey, 2, 3. May Day Committee, 4. Prom Committee, 3. Q H W.. ' I. . In L, aq:,,:,,:,,:V Ai. J. '.T1uf', .vt::.,,.2.4:,,1:,A.T-,I3?iq:,:e.!L-V-.li "'Q'1.ft 'H' 5"f'1'.r'-3-Y'-"'7,'ff BUF-'i6F"f "Q '5i"iff1"'1'7"l fa - A 'x"1""1 3: 1- lzfi 11' i' ' . " , f' 0 '. ,- '. ' - . - ' E 2- -. ? 1"-ff' . - A -Ls. ff. 125 .,,,r,'g-Q..-Mi., , , 1'-. Fil' :F 4'1'l5f'i?7 51713154 .'f'Jf: ' 't1"'1'ds"L'4-'ff!'.. 3650 ' -jf?1'FfpE'-1'f.-4?"1r:f,7?-'li'sfl"f'41'-'HT--f"Q5"-xi.--?21'.'.'-1'' 1-fi' .15-V ""' 'f Hfin-'?i.S,?5ifi', ,-..-.:irr4+.f':.:"22+:-T541:54.f?H:e.f've--..,--fm:-, 'f 'Q - 3' -- 1 3-,.':..n,..f .M-1 1- ' . '. f ' - f " ' HELEN LOUISE PARSONS Arts Rootstown, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega. 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'K fy. 14, ' ' 'ff 'k"'Q"f, f 4W:X.Qw,7, f X 1 f f 0' MJ V4 f ' if x , 4-,5,.,1g. vifgtge. 3 wg "-- -,:..f ,f .-,...,,m.o.1AW:-i:1,v,e.gZ,,,:. ., ,, - ,, 4 W JS gf 1 - aff? , ,fi ig Z 3i ia , Wg. Q Ima! mm ff, , 3 f f fxi. Xxx!! WNW Wu...-,ymvf-s WW,-,i.' .,m,m::w" ,yf:'w:z..-Q:,..f:w44., ' ' ,W.,.,. ,..Wm..,.i,,,.,,,,,... ..,, .Wm ,.., , vc., HERBERT PERRY RAMSAYER PAUL S. RICHARDSON Science Homeworth, Ohio Science Salem, Ohio Pre Medios Club, 4. Sigma Xu. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 4. Baseball, 2, 3, 4. EVELYN REXROTH THELMA REED Arts' jefferson, Ohio Arts Limaville, Ohio Chi Sigma. OIT1iCrOn. Beta Pi Theta, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A Cabinet, 2. Intramural Athletics, 1, 3, 4. Interfraternity Council, 4. Unonian Staff, 4. Y' 1 if V061 it Y :'7":'34JLf1 1 .A-Z,,' 'QL'-.. '7 - -' Q'FYi.sjd,"'-f.4iiik.-"1 ,- ..-at -f sw -t ' 4 ful-f41e.:Srf:f-f u" f24w .2Sf5'32:S'f'?+t' ,Lf P 1 'hr ,ivy -5 Eng-f H ckvwifsr ,Www Ji' bjsi h 'Z:,,vf'3'tgQ.i" ff 1' 'lm ' Q ' Q 'B - 1 :-- " - - 1-: ,,f-rf Q-Z'-xr.: if Q1-'19 VIEYDELL EUGENE RIMMEL ALFRED HENRY RINGWALD Sczence Minerva Ohio Arts Alliance Ohlo Alpha kappa P1 Al h K P' Phvsics Lab Assistant 4 I13e2lpaf2p5?3,1l1, . Pre Medlcs Club 3 4 Tau Kappa Alpha, 3, 4. MAD XLYV REXROTH RUTH ROBB nts Jefferson Ohio Arts Salem Ohio Chi Sigma Omicron kappa Delta. Elliott Hall Government Board G. F. A. Board, 3. Class President, 3. Glee Club, 2, 3, 4. Panhellenic Council, 4. President, 4. Beta Pi Theta, 2, 3, 4. Women's Student Council Student Senate, 3. Interfraternity Council, 3 "-Q52S',Q15g?ff, ,ff-f:1.'if-'iff"ni-7f?fL'i7"l?1'1fi"F"'24?ff-'P' 7 7-"r 21 1'-5:91-u:a--' fl:-arm.. -ne . -:,.- :-gt-N . ,f ig nj. . I 3- -it, - ',,J:,- ,i,SHrfl.:5:l:g!gI-f19'5y4ff': . 'A 'g I 0 .-' n ' ' ' - .V ,. .1 ., u A.. I - . " 4-'ga r--. N' "rm-1' 'ij' -, 'f 5 -. . 'f-Mia' Jgglf ' L 'b1H",'-.N V., ,fa-I .nhlffm-45 1, d h , 1 L . . -if., -- A '5:.,b4, -- 1. JIT' - . 11' ,- - Z7 ?.- -- if 11:-'N ' -.-14 ,ef cw, 25- , ., - , an I . 4. Sl ' .:,,. . g - . .qi I. . tl., 'Hifi-f . -1- 15 V- 'sir-5f?f3's.i":ff?f'f P'--,..:'i3Q!-. .,'515:yj'J9!ff22',3: "-'5 1vF'i'L'3.g:i 5, -5, ' - 1' , Sfray fi-34 . " f 'i "' 11 H- -- -H 'f-itf,'1nf.-ffm:-s.fv :fi .zf'f.'?'f+s:1:-smears?25:2-f.,::..xm-fe? - -- .. l lu- D. - . , n.,--L, ,--..,-I-3-i. . 4- .3 ' ' ,, 1. ' . . . ' ' f 5 3, AU if 225 S .. , .,, ,Q I I I EDGAR FRANKLYN SHILTS EDGELL SHAFER Aff-Y Hudson, Ohio Arts Cambridge, Ohio Sigma NU- Alpha Tau Omega. Student Senate, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 2, 3, 4. President, 3, 4- Captain, 4. Dynamo Staff, 2, 3, 4. Editor, 4. I Psi Kappa Omega, 4. Debate, 2, 3. Tau Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4. President, 4. Unonian Staff, 4. A Glee Club, 2. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 2. Football, 2. Track, 2. FREDA STYER VIRGINIA THOMAS Science Middlebranch, Ohio Arts ' Rittman, Ohio Bgta Pi Theta, 3, 4, Alpha Xl Delta. . Women's Student Government Women's Student Council, 3. Board, 2, Vice-President Class, 4. May Day Committee, 4. Prom Committee, 3. Student Social Committee, 4. .. . Q . . ,- ,'1.::f:f,.-fn J. tw -:z-1-+-'Lf--1:,f'1-':'i2-- ,K .. , .--f, '. ,ws-1 --" '3'3wf' 4?.L-41.5. f'?ffa?1f1:i,.w' f 71:lidf.il1?1?'2J'fif2A3E,'-'fi2ff,Lii'R4n,,.3'lf':if24.f'.'i3:-:fm - , 'l-'uf il-.?f"" --' " "'., "' " ,'.'A"'f ' ,' a", . ',p' '-' - " i" '1 Kg? f'l'. 44 .g'g'?4i5,gw,,?, A, Maisy y.1f,91v.. alg,, sl f53x.,,,i,sY,a4F'-R,,Li,, V k 1 ,V Dy i , ,:,',.- fl me K .. 74-if :w -1 -ff' - , . - ,ie fr , 'va' 3 - gina.-I-e ,." ' -5 .-f,'g-.'f.ag,5. ii. ' ' h as ge' , 4 h , .. ,I-. 5 'Lf . . -i va- 4 ,rd H, gh -1. .ba K - -.I ., ,.-57.3 -.4--:,,. .,. ' . -,'.,:,,-- , 'rg ' - '- ,. '- X 21, s:t'f',,Qf,S7gs1"f'1-94, ' ' ' "JA is-,: - I C ' rd ', ' , I 1 A . . . ' 1 V , K AMOS DAY SWEET HARRY HUMPHREY TAFT Science Alliance, Ohio Science Warren, Ohio Alpha ,Kappa Pi. Alpha Kappa Pi. Chemistry-Physics Club, 2, 3. Chemistry-Physics Club, 3. Chemistry Lab Assistant, 2, 3, 4. Pre Medics Club, 3. Oxford Union, 3. DOROTHY VERNON BONITA VOORHEES Aft-5' AlllaHCC, Arts Kinsman, Alpha Xi Delta. 1 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 3. Paf1heHffU1C.C0UT1C1L 23 3, 4- Women's Student Council, 3, Interfraternity Council, 4. prom Committee 3 Volley Ball. 1. ' ' Basketball, VI. M sw. -fffiv 1-'Q-ff-1--H-fr: -1 L.-.F 2 . ,. , ., .. ,, ,. . . . ., - :ir :af--.-3, -,. qi fP.2'yg,!. Qi il ,'f1'f'gxl"f'xf-'f'f'f7'ff'je:,,gj1"g-gg, if 45, -4411... . , .- .c.,..,E,--.- f V ., W : ,fl . . I 7 f-J. .Q S-4r,5,,...,.,,9-11... 1 .. rf..w.S. ?6aM,,:,fQ'1,w.nbxxi66597,Aa glffafi. 53f:?c'3?,vQQ.'?9L,'L7r.-,.xL!',9f,.m,,1.,M v:.wi21'.:.rfw"TElgge7 '- ., A - 2"JEsnf2b. f.. ' 4---a F 4 " 'Q'-"'f!'l,1fQi:?21 " 'f1?S'5?g5's.S":Tf', .--N. '-x.U"gf.-- -if-2'?V'i49fE"2'3??'i'Wff'x3fc--5' -.'5'?'Yf'73'L1'?3Z " ""7 f5aa7i"',.1T'Q'f'1?3'- is "" ' ' " iff -L 5fiil1i?":: 1+-z... K r"':fv r+".7,'.!':.1-f'.,+.'1w'-' -I-4415.7,-'?f":,,'-kg.fv':-4'.'f.-fziuzip,j"?'f?"i'f:!1'f"z5.-i712-'-4:-f,,:1,,3'l,-1Q4?'i-SY,-'v1Q,,g,5-a3,i -., ,, 4--..- s- Y- ' -. -' I' ...-1-..., ng-..,, V. '- . LEWIS L. TEETS WALTER W. WEBB Arts Point Marion, Pa. Arts Alliance, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GERTRUDE WEAVER Arts East Liverpool, Delta Delta Delta. Women's Student Government Board, 3, 4. A President, 4. Panhellenic Council, 3, 4. Interfraternity Council, 3, 4. Student Senate, 4. Women's Student Council, 4. Vice-President of Class, 4. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 4. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Chairman Class Day Committee, 4. Prom Committee, 3. ALTHEA WEBB Ohio Arts Mesopotamia, Ohio Chi Sigma Omicron. Elliott Hall Government Board, 2. -. - - . - - ,".f1'!"W' -- -N' -'V :T:"A:.9l9 -Ik-C"'42'f"t1 . 1"'l."'!f?'YA' " . ..-i. -l Q.: -'f +-wget? f'3:f.I.!,?yg3Q'fifaf1If, !75i"lf,'f 'I?F?if3'ff4?Ee55'5,'Kw3?:,1i-"wr,Silt-fi9.l'3"'gr'if'f' an-'l::'fi4?'S3fJ,F,-.t-fl L:-'31, .W Srlg- 4553, wg , gig,.:5i.,-NgE454,f'zQ2:',q':.,,. - F - A, Q4 ',- - -gn. ,yur Qing nl fa- 1 gi- K s ., ..,.5 3 .1351-J,' .,4 :Iv-,f A., ,-IH.. - . K, , f I ,,4. ' . In- .-,',l ., 563.4 .. .- gg, ' . UL - - 'late ' -fe ,.-"1 ' . --151 '- '5-fu . 4-1 i - '-5 -.4-ph-'I' an ? . I ' -1 ,, ,- ' ,,' Q --.' ,E . " 4 -- 4 ,, 2'-' F.-:f"7'. ' ' 3.4, '11-. ,-,- ,5'...,5r4'fq. fgf...-'E L-' h .1-.-,--Lf'-g ,:R ,'i,,nu15q-zfl jgip, ,,gs,afg,e1g,3?'Fg-Qfgff?ffg..5c .arg,s.m,fg.,,g3f4Qf,,3:1,.f1-ffjfz-M4933 ,GT .,,-if 2354... L:-. . !'g - - ---z ' - ' "g.'.. . ' .--,-4 "1- -- - 1:-5, "1'g:" " ' " '-"vm . f: " "f .-, l- ,. I ' .5l!ei.1':'5-ffvfiff 5?2St'q752s"21-'YH-'f"' "-'ffizir 15-2: M' ' " 'l .- - '. -- - ' - --A- WARREN EDWELL WHEELER STANLEY WEST Science Alliance, Ohio Science AlliaI1C6, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega. - Psi Kappa Omega, 3, 4. Phi Sigma, 3, 4. President, 4. Beta Pi Theta, 2. Pre Medics Club, 2. 3. Chemistry-Physics Club, 2, 3. Chemistry Lab Assistant, 3. Biology Lab Assistant, 4. LUCILLE WORRAL Arts Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta. Beta Pi Theta, 4. Basketbah, 1, 2, 3, 4. Volley Ball,i1, 2, 3, 4. Hockey, 2, 3, 4. Phi Kappa Tau. Track, 2, 3. Cross Country, 2, 3, 4. Pre Medics, 3. MARY WIN TZER Arts Wapakoneta, Alpha Xi Delta. -Elliott Hall Government Board, Unonian Staff, 4. Women's Athletic Association, 3. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4 Volley Ball, I, 2. Ohio 3. H, Er-14. -ZFii',","j',-'i-fi-1"-"gi-F ef, 4.,Hf'-gvxs.-'.-f '0,.-S",- 2. gr-f 3-on--' .'1:':r'p- V- , ' ffzvf-H , ,, ,. ,.... ., .,, . 4+1aSfa,,-1v-':-.f- , 'm"fWf.,..Jffsw-fff-ev: f .f.w:d'e1'. z - -1 .. L7 , .-, , U . V. ... -,L if-imp,-v,,,,,9.Y-,. 2 a f., .sy bin.-3:-MfAAd.fg,lG':-.f, E, 631-i. , Au? .,.:y.,.,N,r lgixqng ',,.,,:,,,..Mt,, '11-4 , f' '-' -- ,5 ",, V -- '- .,,- - ' ,i "' :..,'---:fs 'f' ' v,'i.' .,-"cg kg,-' 1','.i .1l.'- ' Lvj y., 4,-..1.,-f'-1,,,.,4f L, . , flu, v . ., I .. . , my ,, .v I in-JE-5-"' um!! ::.-ip. -A ':M?J, -"le 5' -, 353, YlfQ".Pr0 pr-.3 pi A-,147 .,F,"I..g - . - fl ,. j+q...y, . K" J' fi-" ' 'Wil -.,, -'-"-4' 2 -. J'-z'?Vw49fE'3-. ' -'55?"'f " Jkflf' " ' ' 41? -.1 Wi .X ' ' fiilp. --"l1,'f?.91 -: .- rf-?"r"'1fm L r,7J?.:r'2.1--'ff f-112 ' -r-42:1qlf,ff?:x-:,,g-9-.ire-fr. 'fi -' 52? i KEI WON YI HAROLD MONROE WHITAKER Science , Seoul, Korea Science Alliance, Ohio Pre Medics Club. 4. Sigma Nu. I Psi Kappa Omega. Debate, 2, 4. Tau Kappa Alpha. Chemistry-Physics Club. Chemistry Lab Assistant, 4. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4. President, 4. Football, 2. Track, 2. ISABELLE MCMASTER WILLIAM PERRY MCCUNE Arts Alliance, Ohio Arts Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania Delta Delta Delta. Phi Kappa Tau. ' Glee Club, I, 2, 3. Purple Mask, 2, 3, 4., Beta Pi Theta, 2, 3. Campus Play, 1, 2. Gospel Team, I, 2. JU IURS " "" """" ,ff "' P- 'F -ffuv-iq 'P "' 4 "1 bma h? J'u?'SwP4fM4' ' ., 2, ' ve- "- A " :f-err.. -' fy J-J 'T- FH.. . , ' "vb ?y: -" , asa. 1: v ,. . -f-11-H" 1' M -'.. "ff QR- "W, 4b.,.,. Q 5. JSM ' "i, " f"7' .aa i?:""5!vE. 'q54,. ,- lax . .1-111 '- , ,- -. -,,.3.,N- I L 4 . Q, ' 1, 1- 1: L Q.. - . 4 -:,' '-:'I19-- ' - ' - ,. -', fn ' -- ' 'f 4-"5 , sf. 1 1 '- '.1'1fg.f' Av i-?:' - . , . - ,-V. .- -'f:':l"-L -A. J. 779 -t-?"'fl'f'-111.'f"s'f"5'f'-fi . f 1"f+:1g-f-,:'gf?gf:f 4,aff:5-"5ff?iE:g4fi'j5JG?f:LhiffE13."wff,sink-1f,9,',:4r4,'f -I Sv., TIE'-' .Q .gl jf-'fp-jb 'H,,"'f,f' .ff--312355 " d'::f3"" W2 R.-,.',.Tj+'v4.l-4'. 4.31 " Q'-P' 'gig' -'Im f' ' e -' :Hi-if5f2na"a2n 'zrafg-Lf' ff 2-ff.-E:'SFff'Q'? . , ?' fg5, 'f" if -" W -4 121-..1.:ay,5. V-. ' - 5 gat -..ifffidf eff 4 ' . " ' .. ' f' f ' 557' -TNQ WPS' 7'- . :'--4"L-P-.41-.f'.-1' Zvi-f'..f'Sf--"F.J-'91-'F 3222113 . --'fun 1311 A 4. 1-M ,WF .- .1-.1-!3r'!mu-.-. .- H . I JFK:--f"7-9 J 441-wt-1 .' '4-Q-....q,+ 1.f:. . n ' x- L. ra .. y- Ja ,.4. C. .-. -y .I F .,.. . r V. ..-. , . . .1 - Y., ., ,N.G2g,'45.,hi:-!,f.L -.slknfrl ,WMC 72.-:gina .1:4:,9,nI',-,qJi1,f'v-...,,,,f,.4..:1,.'., I 4..., , ..., , . . ,. I QIEQVJ-if ,.gv:q1.e-rhtq -u . ...4,.,,.: ELL: f I- : . .- 4. ' . - . .. V, . N . , . - X-- DR. LOUIS ABELL PAPPENHAGEN, Class Patron 70 , Q L -'IE '-f"',s'f.f .1 - gg., .- -. ff., ,., ,, Q .i , , , , K : ' at... -:--2 -. -"1-zazes 4' -.fs-f '- f - m- A 2 '41 . . - -. I-. .V ,. 'f-4 . 'Q-Jig H 'k"'P'irr,g"'9 .-.K 'Ea Wifi-.::51wZ,'.4.r",'J?4:,f5T.,1131' " f+4,'r -2,,,,',j'x1..4i4:ww--Aff.. '4q.iIfjjg'.,s'f5af'f ., 5162-wal.. ,!5'tei'qjf.+, ggg59'r, '-'fi .-g,,:ia'1-way. .,, ' - fi L 21211 5: A, 'f9..-. K -s ra' 1-'A' -., L-iff. ef.i':-.:--v,,".'11g-1 .:.-5:-:iq Q5-.1115-.,"..j,N,f547,72.6 i 353,,Gi-,.,'2EL3gEj:Qz..5.jifLt-5,'Jfgf2"',i: ' ' ' - .J - -v-A - : I -. I I , -.-..:.,1,.,-,.f5'. .,., '-':. i.. 'Q - Umor Class OFFICERS: President ...... ............... .... A r lene Risher Vice-President ...... john Williams SCCYCWYY ------ .... M argaret Laughner Treasurer .... .......... ..... H a rry Cocklin History The class of '30 is not a large one in numbers, but judged in the light of its accomplishments, it is one of the biggest classes that Mount Union has ever had. Undaunted by numbers, this ambitious class has mounted rung after rung up the ladder of scholastic, athletic, and social attainment with ad- mirable ease. A forfeited flag rush, a thrillingly tied football game, and a victorious girls' hockey team allowed the class of '30 to enjoy an early release from freshman restrictions. A hard-times party, Well-planned and enthusiasti- cally enjoyed contributed much to the growing class unity which made itself very apparent during the freshman year, and which has been augmented by each succeeding year. ' I Egotistical sophomorism found the class of '30 demonstrating its skill along the lines of intercollegiate contest which had hithertofore been denied its members. In all lines of endeavor the class provided valuable material to replace the lamented graduates.. Football, baseball, basketball, tennis, de- bate, glee club, and May Day all received great benefit from the additions made by this class. The great event of the junior year, of course, was the Well-planned junior Prom. A committee of shrewd financial understanding and consider- able artistic sense, headed by our football-playing opera star, succeeded in enlivening the college for Weeks before and after the event. A single page handicaps the Writer of this account in chronicling the feats of the class of '30. A book Would, perhaps, be more appropriate, in fact I believe that the only Way in which you may obtain a true and adequate knowledge of the class, is by leaiing through this book and examining each phase of college life. , ' 1-1-N , ,..,. .-.-' uyl P ?A1.?:3.,.- v litzgq-.flfgf-111. 'I .!,3n:i.,:q 4. fy? 1-.-5 ' 'ig .., .'-4 ,. -5' - -. .,'f ' -,-iv-'-fir If u.. -5 -f9"j3,'1' ,,-,,.. 1-W,,.-.H-'fl'l.f,1 I ,cv :jf wi' H F 1 Kqgihifioeglfigfg 5 ,fH?:g.:?f:,- MARIE ALBRIGHT Sebring, Ohio Wesleyan claimed Marie for two years, but we are very glad she decided to make Mount her Alma Mater. Marie has that sort of disposition which demands friends and gets them. Marie belongs to the Glee Club and sings in the Col- lege Choir. FLOYD ATCHLEY Alliance, Ohio 5'Atch" has that uncommon mixture of athletic prowess and scholarly attainment. In addition he has found time to act as the assistant busi- ness manager of the Dynamo with Psi Kappa Omega key already bowing his shoulders, f'Atch" will probably quit studying next year and devote his time to playing bigger and better basketball games. ROBERT A. BALL East Palestine, Ohio Robert came from that greenhouse where so many of Mount's athletes have been raised, East Palestine. He has earned the distinction of being a four letter man, the second in the history of the school, and has in addition found time for a good deal of social activities on Watson Avenue. ALFRED BOTTOMLEY Alliance, Oliio "Alf," a home-town product, is a football man and a saxophone player of ability. He belongs to that Panhellenic group which owns a certain "beautiful" car and finds time for an occasional trip to Youngstown. 72 0 5 I Jsfq '-rv-l.u,t5.1l-.ptljy .f -,-nn-u- L.o.,1. rr.. neu- 1' .Lf 1 1, N- .gvlflg -..-.,,,,,,.1 ,..:-534 -Viva-. .arf-.1.+1' 'f f I' 'i?"1lf" aliipiirfegifggfigmiilg 'l'g'iL":Jw5f?s tl, laid! Paw k- FJ V A hai?" XL' J 'FVQF . -s-s,v.1----- 4 ' i. .. f., V, I-..n,,,-sim,-15" . -. 1. . flnjt, gb, 1 5 l. -.A-1125.11 u.-.2 ,:.-,fn -- gnrifg, -'1-- ,, 5- - ag, Yi-2 un- .- 154' -5 5,4 L v .ei 4 z - mf. ,, ef' , ., M-ff, .4'U'fr- f 4 WJ" Hu 1 W rf .-p'if+Ei'-if-5"f"'17f 5?-r.7??.s":.1-f'1'+:1- 13-r5a735'1fgTf"f3x-2-5-gifvft' ps' 'W' hal 'L PAUL CASSADAY Alliance, Ohio Paul is one of our serious-minded chaps who starts early and works late with a definite goal in sight. Paul started out to become a tough M.D. and his work in Biology has gained him an Assistant's job this year. ' JOSEPH BYRNS Sebring, Ohio "Joe" comes from Sebring and is proud of it. He is a gentleman and a scholar and takes great delight in telling of his many and varied experi- ences in his native heath. ' HARRY COCKLIN Greenlown, Ohio Harry has been a brilliant student, an efficient class officer and a masterful bridge player, but his chief distinction arises from the fact that he boasts more nicknames than any man in school. After three years of 'KChester," 'tlnspectorf' and the like, Harry no longer responds, outside of classrooms, to his rightful name. JESSIE DAVIS Alliance, Ohio A small but conscientious student especially in- terested in French. She is a member of Beta Pi Theta and is right there when it comes to con- versing in the language of "La Belle Francais." uw. P f -P-1755 3' '-Yi? 'F' lFHi.'7"?"72i?' 3fif'ii?i2fQf9-?1f5Fin'1'3'V"'f i'f-ifilwif if? 'fQF.f 'Q HH.-1 if .P 'ff' L E,-ifltgrgzlyiwiiiiwfi-filvp 'fi1f ft'iQ5-'ffc,i'q4ggf,5.-Cgg11f'f - 'iff if I , .lu ,D , ' ' .' . : . 4 A . , -f s. , iq-J-r l 'A 'i. '-as .'1i,"-1--.ily 4-l - I azz, , .2':ws'if-.. 4' J L -v1'i"!fvv is Sir' ' e'-vi.-P. ..x,?-.. '-'14 fs:--'H if '.,-.54-1 'sf fr, 1 asv.: f' it .Q H P -ff U. U-S Q. FRANK DISER Alliance, Ohio Frank is not only an excellent student, but I1 very congenial fellow. Outside of school, where his grades are exceedingly high, he finds time to direct a gym class, work, play intramural sports and develop his social life. WORTH DONALDSON Alliance, Ohio Worth is another home town product although he spends a good part of his time between here and Minerva. He would be the answer to any girl's dream. MANSEL DUNN Canton, Ohio "Frosty's" bulk and fighting spirit make him one of the best tackles in the state, his rich voice has made him a Glee Club soloist, his integrity has made him the presidency of the Y. M. C, A., and his looks are responsible for the strength of his feminine constituency. What more could be asked? ERIC EASTMAN Akron, Ohio Genial Eric makes friends, easily and keeps them. 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OLIVER FELLOWS Alliance, Ohio "Ollie" accompanies the Glee Club and Quar- tette in all their endeavors. He likes to sputter German and dissect cats. Did you ever see his collegiate vest? CURTIS FOX Kensington, Ohio "Reynard,'. hails from Kensington and at- tended High School in Minerva. He is a pitcher of note and is a first rank contender for the title of College Pessimist. ELIZABETH GESS , Belle Vernon, Pa. During "Betty's" three years at Mount Union she has changed from a shy, reticent freshman to an efficient and energetic junior. She is known for her willingness and ability to do whatever she may be asked. PHILIP GILL Cleveland, Ohio - "Phil" is another Pre Medics student who makes high grades and yet has time for a vari- ety of activities. WVhen not commuting between Alliance and Cleveland, "Phil" is Mount's Intra- mural Director. pq-v . .. Q -. -.' .- . -' .':':r"-' - .:. 'Title . 5- A 1 - f-'.-'----- , ...fav sf'-'as.:f"f. f if. 31 17 f'Tf'?l'L-xx-if if 5 "1-""lW'f..wZ'ff?"'5 GW... 'Web:7'-1'-1-miie--S?J-ff! .rv ..,...--.. ,f-- ..-4-.-a.f.'3.A VY- ..f...f, .. .Q-war .-.-.. .Q.l!v.s,!1H.?-:. ...J-ff, yn. if In v. . . ,ei-.1-Mi,:.,gi4,QfG ., i.irz v,-.Q 5-ngit illija-V1 is I , 2-ii1if1" 1 '1" 4 ' h gh- , AP-iq P - . i-in -'--is ' ' .1-.-4 V- , J.. ' . -. fp.: "' ' " ' BRUCE GINTHER Leetonia, Ohio Dependability-that's Bruce. And though he's sometimes slow we know he's thorough. We know him best as the jovial friar. GEORGE GOODERHAM Ipswich, England George came to us from the "Mother" country and thereby increased our opinion of her. His articles in the Dynamo have always interested and enthralled us. Good luck to you, George. FRANCIS GRABIEL Alliance, Ohio We are never quite sure when we see the twins which is which but now we know. Francis is the one with the broadest smile. She was a star guard on Kappa Delta's basketball team and is always ready for a good time. FLORENCE GRABIEL Alliance, Ohio Florence is prim and exact. She lays down the rules to keep Francis on the straight and narrow path. However, she does excel in many lines, especially in putting the ball through the basket. Nor are her summers spent in leisure for every year she cheers the patrons in the various tea rooms with her smile. '25-J. 1552?,""'I'"I'.'i9'1"":2'-7 :T -.i""'f1vxe.:.f "r,-'rn z. 1'-f fwiizfeaw-zf if W M mf .-K e- f "Ui 'fn'.4'g BNN-v' if N- J A - ' h N -sp .x 31- Q, 5 A ,M X 1 v:e .e'31'.gri'uZ"5?igg1i L 4 ' f" '5fis w .- --. 'f' ' ., ' .. Q ' HHS" KI. 2,-K .gn-:gtff .. . -,vp-X ,. .au ',.1L,5: 1h.,,f1,: Qpuqr, '.., I JS! xg 5 '1 I -if-f"f"z3f fiT2Qv.:22:':1--+ff+:1- -rfiifee-fYVf"lfff+.5..-fu-. pl 'WW' W' fmt . 1. f LOUISE GROSS Alliance, Ohio The Gods did not economize when they en- dowed this fair maiden. They made her a stu- dent, an enthusiastic tennis player, and Mount's prettiest girl. DOROTHY HAAK Canton, Ohio A charming girl, full of pep and vivacity, loved by all that know her is Dorothy Haak, who came to us this year. Could Wittenberg have made a finer contribution? We say No. DOROTHY HARRISON Canton, Ohio Fate led Dorothy from Wooster to Mount Union and we were certainly glad to welcome her here. There are a lot of charming things we could say, but a certain basketball hero has already discovered them all so we will let you ask him. ARTHUR HARTZELL Alliance, Ohio Artie is a trackster which is a great help in getting him to class on time. He was runner-up for college prince and likes to take surveying. r 1-1.11-.' 1"-C'5"P1f4-'N' A -'- ".'i.y?lf4,'T1i':'P atg1'+"rf'-11,'1'-'1"f:f-Lf':"'-E ,U I ,. ea- fi- m"'f':fef. Bef-Qiffhritr,fJ5Lf:J uf-" 'N 'D Ayub M 5 :Kr If Silks' 3 gl.:-V 44 ut JW: Jprxbxwf Gigi df 'AP fly " . f-- 7 f,. ,,,-iv' 1' -' 1 . -- I . 3,4 .- . H igq fsha I1 nb W4 V "11.iif'i? - - iff ' ' 4. if ."l ?" i'S"l"- ' 2251, 1- 'I ' -W3 i S' ' A '-fa T1':w,3a., -a i. . ' A 9 S+- wffisa ' lf' A .4 1- :'- ' ' '. iff' -?' ,U -A 1-P." "' 1- 'l.5'F' ':. A -i '- 'iff W' MAURICE HELWICK Bolivar, Ohio "Heller" is not very big but his natural ability has installed him as a fixture on Mount's base-- ball team. As a clever outfielder, as a crafty bridge hand, and as a conscientious student, Maurice has made a name for himself at Mount. ALVIN HERDLE Washingtonville, Ohio Alvin is a quiet, congenial chap. He is one of Mountls budding chemists. By not staying at the house he is able to keep his social activities well under cover, but we have our suspicions. CAROLYN HILLES Alliance, Ohio Although Carolyn was elected the most athletic girl in school she does not spend all her time swimming and playing basketball. Glee Club and Women's Student Council come in for their share, and there are still a few hours in each day for making new friends. RICHARD HILTZ Sandusky, Ohio Dick is our intramural manager and this job worries him more than the double honor of be- ing the handsomest man and the college prince. 18 gy, ' -"'f'--. '-1"" 34.5 GJ lv: T ',! .0 . XMI.. ,- - 1- cy- . , '-Villxi-f'5ljl'l.iv1'."'r--" : -lu l"'l:"'F':vi"iL r 9h3u'1f"" ' 'iz-' ' " 51 'l' W' " Y' "'?'? 14.8 b r. -: -gf :' A I" " Via "ik-'Z '3f s3'::-'L , 9 V P ff' ' C gg' J il ' s.. ' l e UE. , we rl'L"Mh" l' at f-.1 13' V' Y nil -N Qs :l F-551 :s 1' :girl rx? i A" ,A -Y -H ' - -. its . . u 'ggi 'WA ' : ' ' ' 1" I 1 v l' giggxg rg, ,iff lk. at ig.: ,h,'m:,d! 'f1u"iHf'Quu?f33::'z uh, 1.55, F, -4 I 5 Hills: N .1 Linn-,:,N xg.:-,,, -itbsdkjsk, J' . ORTON F. HIXON Scottdale, Pennsylvania Our Orton F. Hixon from Scottdale P-A. Will major in chemistry some bright June day. A chemist or doctor his burning desire, His hobby is hamburgs, cooked at a camp-fire. JOHN HOGUE Lowellville, Ohio If you can't iind John just look in the kitchen at Elliott Hall or out on Miller avenue. Besides being a student of no mean ability he helps the Glee Club and makes himself known about the Chem. Lab. VIRGINIA B. INGOLD Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania I "Jinny" is the kind of girl who is quiet and unassuming, but she gets things done, anyway. She has served a year as secretary of the Y. W., and she's Vice-President for the next year. Then, shels a member of Panhellenic Council, Women's Student Council, and Tau Kappa Alpha, for she's a real debater. GRACE JONES Martins Ferry, Ohio How about that excursion to Philadelphia next weekend? Calculus doesn't matter a bit when Grace starts thinking about that Philadelphia Schell. To Mount her first year . . . then to West Virginia University, and back to the old Mount to finish. Here's to you, Grace! 79 "fait" 1?tff7'?'.52'i"Y+F1'f-f2725fff'f?'713?Qi'5t2LW?5r'i'if-ikIPf3li1f5fJ!5??f ,Q ,g-1,8 Sw:-f fi sf -if ?4'9.g3+'Q'j-..QQ-Div.-' 5 3 bf-lg,'fff,,521"' 4 s " 5 --,-5 ,-5,4 -5.51 1,4 -R '- A is nd .ww A .. i 'ff 4, Jw 4. . -if 1 - :1 lf-' 'L f""" if., , ,lad a 'Q 1 K' l ',G:',1' 4 wif: I l' ,vs 11 . J 5 5 ,L 4 , I .1 wh . E gqmumm -i 1' . Pe P Hu .1 V. -.f-. f '- .V ,J .-r'-P"'i'f.f..:fiS 'N 33,-HELQV ,J g 4112910 is 5: :?!3-Sljkib-:,?,,'.f,4,,.2,, de-4.2.1 .S Hi,,.fwf :PJ gist . . -,Th MAURICE KELLY Salt Lake City, Utah Kelly came East from salty Utah just to be nearer Old Erin. A worker, he holds down num- erous fraternity and campus officesg a business man, he merchandises in automobile accessories, a patriot,,he flaunts green neckties. TED KINNEY East Sparta, Ohio Under the ferocious and independent protec- tive covering of this small but very compact East Spartan, friends who truly know him find a generous, worthy interior. With his "big black bat" he is heading toward the major leagues. RUBY LAMONT Alliance, Ohio Our future opera star will graduate next year with a degree in Music and Arts. Many times she has charmed us with her Voice and piano recitals. Ruby's smile is among the most cheer- ful, her hair the most curly and her life the most sincere. Then, too, her eyes are most bright, especially when she sees her Don Juan ap- proaching. MARGARET LAUGHNER , Greensburg, Pa. Did you ask the color of her hair? It is copper color. And her features?-those of a Grecian goddess. Her disposition?-a faultless cheerfulness. Je- f 1'-t.':'.1.:'-'51 ., 5',3:'I"' It Wlfv.: ,.-577 ' :v1'S,vl'L1Til': b b 1', 'I-'F' - -' - flf' ' "' - ' 14143 P f" J:-f F "V wig L. J.. v 4 4?-4r',N..4.,,, Q H Y, gag Qnhjh Q: Q K IJ z' r -:W-'a'w"'fe:fe f-Ma W -. - we--Qc L I S 1. "1 1 ' 1-,-.yy--., - ,.- -.---ia.. 4 -i , .5 '11'S'fi4" ' Ffa."-'J1i5"1'ikf3" 1' 1 : 'its Jr Jw-.. z- -+...h-is :-:-'Y--tf-H-"'f-ff-1 4-T -ff'-f.,--A rv:-4 ,-, -. - -A.,,.ri:.-:.' .. qvilagg . t .2-Q.: Tax.: 2,1:F'4'2?ixLru..,ih?i -.-34,9 er' , Q. XL, If L wir? A2 Y f -was A 14 W fs it 31 ffm ,,,,1m,H1.,4fZ 15 f LLOYD MAPLE Alliance, Ohio One of those hard to describe but easy to count upon. His activities are well distributed among studies, the Glee Club, and social life. He is a good study of almost perfect poise in any situation. CHARLES MARLOWE Aultman, Ohio "Chuck" is the third of his family to decide that Mount is the best place in the world to get an education. He works hard at everything he gets intog Glee Club, football, and a stiff Pre Medics course keep him busy most of the year. EVELYN McGAFFICK Summitville, Ohio For a brilliant mind we all must pay homage to Evelyn. She left Mount last year to help some struggling young geniuses in a country school make another step upward. When she leaves M. U. C. she may 'rightly do so with the feeling that she has given and received the best. WEBSTER CASE MOORE Alliance, Ohio f'Case" comes from Alliance High School. He plays football and acts. He is not a renowned Scotchman but he certainly 'is careful of his CMCJ Nichols. We .L "'l2it3 I " 5, 'v We: 3 02-' .-..'--Mn . tw V - 'Gin -rf .- r - e . " 'W' ' 'F -4 na ' 'af 1 A - -5' fl an 7 4 if '.'.' ai-w", if .ad,.i" ' 3 ' 'V "fgk'.,,'i1' 1-was -'fbi ' T, .' 'A bd4,", Q.. -4. I4-1-.aa gli-it -'L S - 5 1.95 4 Pvialavih L 7552-1 -9 g 'fi W I 21- .arf .sr':a?:'l--Af."i?-L?-'YE'--,-'f'..311'713?5' "' .ll 'Z F.,t-29:1 'N 1 if KW 'Jn 5 .6 1' ..--'-ui-- .". 5 - 4' - - i.-:44.- . -.,,, 42192 'N.- "f-' .- 'l ' ,CQIJ ,L ,V H an -L, ..,.--,I 4 ul- E , . .L - .. .A FREDA PETTIT Beloit, Ohio Despite the size of this diminutive scholar she makes the rest of us look up to her when it comes to grades. In her oratorical powers she is a veritable Webster. Freda is known among her friends for her keen wit and love of fun. MARY MILLER C arrollton, Ohio Everyone who knows Mary likes her im- mensely. She goes about her own affairs quietly and allows everyone to do the same. GEORGE REEVES Hartville, Ohio 4 Gesundheit, George! Your slant column is amusing and stimulating. Your book reviews are thorough. You have just claim to being the "Most Original Man" in school. ARLENE RISHER Alliance, Ohio If there is anything to do or any place to go, Arlene is always on hand. This readiness to help or to have a good time as the occasion demands has won "Rish" many friends. Probably the most prominent of her long list of activities is the presidency of the Junior class. 1- 3u,. -TTS? 'r"","-'S-1'--92.115 'TAB'-,'?f'-'uv1s.-1-fr 'cv fr- 2. fr-V: L1 .gm .,, H., ,..,.fw..-,, . ,,s, .21 .. .qw .s 1 .. .. y . Q, MQ,j,-,.r Y., ry. ,yn 45, gi 1 r qw, N-IHZX J, Ll J En AM :. L" -: -1? 7 "-' vi' "T " -1:7 "1"ip'f kiifv' if ef' iffhl i' "lf 4 A 63 Aw 1 1 H 3 ,591,113 34556, it T" . . ' 5-suggsyiag Q - ,A s Tt"""D' "1 b 4 B .. w.,ftgQ."', ,3 g v, 24 Lf- ME .Lf-f' f'E'S1.-P ,-gs 5'tf'wf , i.!FU'4?' c if uf P is 1 L w 'ul V-':C'?f'f'5?.G 5?:sv.v:?isSL1:fv,'f+?:-33 X' 'tr' '21-'f' fun' ' "' HELEN ROATH Limaville, Ohio Helen says she hasn't done much since she came toschool. We know better, else how could she get such grades? Helen very successfully put over the Co-ed Prom this year and is now doing her bit to help May Day along. And besides there's Mac- OLIN ROYER Alliance, Ohio Olin Royer, son of a minister, likable chap, dark, tall, quiet and unobtrusive, wore his green cap on Manchester College campus. When he moved to Alliance he entered Mount Union. He is majoring in mathematics and education. The reason for his celibacy here, attends Manchester. HAROLD SCHLEGEL East Akron, Ohio Although "Bud" and his Hivver have not spent many of their leisure hours around school, when they are in Alliance they constitute the main cog in the Sigma Nu transportation system. "Bud's" sterling qualities make us wish some- times that he had not been successful in yield- ing to the lure of Akron. ELMER SCHELLHASE Canton, Ohio In spite of his good looks, Elmer is a thorough good fellow. "Shelly" seems bent upon establish- ing some sort of a record for consistency as a caller at a well-known sorority house, but so far as we know, he has not yet been mistaken for part of the furniture. L . ,,.',-,v.- Qearl bk.. nz-41... - , ,, . -'-- ,'+.f.-1---'f,',,ffe"1F'-2ii,"'5""'fi-797 gift if if?l,flf":'-,l?ffll1s" 4' a"'ff'-.""A.:-"xl .'.:. .'- ,jf , -s " s i'5 3fr -' 5 i f fs? f "' 323 5 .1 . ,. 1 in L-. .:: V. . "l!3.2i',fS5- jgigp-p.?!yi0?. . :4.,f.S:,?biE,-.TQ 351. 54..'1h4.-::L.f:Zg.?- fe +1 f"J'. LUCILLE SCRANTON Q Alliance, ohio Lucille is one of the most enthusiastic girls in school, and her enthusiasm is not only for a good time but carries over into scholarship and other campus activities. g RALPH SHANK ' l i f Alliance, Ohio I 4 "Shure Shot" always has a good story for the boys which makes him ever welcome, and more so, when he has his sax along. AMIE SHEARER f Perry, Ohio Amie resolved to come back to school this year ' ' and get better grades. She not only got better E y grades, but many new friends. Her sincerity and geniality has probably brought her more friends than any other one girl in Mount. MARIORIE SHELTON . Canton, Ohio "Marj" is one of the fairest of blondes as Bunard has already discovered. She is a happy- go-lucky commuter from Canton and a valuable member of the "Mount Family." 'WWA' ..:'.ff','f'."9'i "'':ff:'f.fi7f'.61'J'1"'!1lqh-if IQ 'Fr 2. :f- :sm 1.1 v,Bf,f-Sf'-.,, ,,ig,v.4,,- yy. ..,,,.,+lw4'jAd5gsa."e'r,g.4d.'w+gA ,ht L L- If nv!! in "' V' :'5,tti"'9,nl2jiS.Y Jin F29 fine-La x - 'fl' L -',' '.'---: 271 - 4 -f,-', Y . ,,-'!--Mfr: nw iw -J' -. i, Jr 'I '1-' -- r -- ' if ' f n. -' ff 12-" , Q.: as uf .. Q 4 -rr--'I'-1 . ,. ., " . - If 'T ,f k B 'P I' v-- pfz:',,1ef4-"'i'i1s'-L7 f- .5345 'L ,, -- :'4-fikwszl. 1, " ., F L if "' " h ".'7' R.-4 ' ' . A f 3 -HI .' H ' . QQ -1'-915.5 'ou r-s'-:5-Xgif-'- 'wus-'."f' -- IN '--3' 1- H , ts 1.1-fur! -1- -- -.-4:5 , 3,5 1, ':-,j-Q-wwf? Q LELAND SLUTZ Dayton, Ohio Of cheerful disposition always. He shines in athletics. Witness the football, basketball and track squads. His scholastic interests are bound up with math and mathematicians. His hob- bies are writing up novel reports and composing letters. His social life is included in those letters. DOROTHY SNYDER Louisville, Ohio FIRE!!! Everybody OUT!!! "Well, you did that in two minutes. Make it in a minute and a half next time." Dorothy gets girls at the dorm out of bed at 'all hours of the night, for she is our mighty fire marshal. And then, she keeps the records for Purple Mask. Besides these re- sponsibilities, she manages to make the Alpha Chi pledges behave. NORMA STEWART Alliance, Ohio Glce clubs and choirs and operas would cer- tainly miss Norma if she stopped coming to Mount. Norma isn't around school as much as we would like but she is a good friend to every- one just the same. CLARENCE STEFFY Canton, Ohio Clarence has proved that- a man can do more than one thing at a time and do well at all of them. Holding a regular newspaper job, he has kept up his school work and made himself so val- uable to the Unonian that he has been chosen as next year's editor. . . . ...Q ' 1-1-F' , . ,HA , ,,, ,, 3 .-1:7 '-r-'- .--.: 1.11--rf.Zf5A7'.'Q"-'ii"hli'X1-.fi IP' 'FJ' Z, 1'-2911 1:3 'f"5f5"f":r,5"?'Q1Qj.g 'N-TRN! hg395.b3"'!E'4"'11f " -,.i"iJ"'L?"! - 'll -l""'G' -1 1- - +..'f:.1 "Q, .'.J.'- '.- 4-H , - ., - -,,-,s- .1 , ', -.f- . - .-..'5.". -'MLA-J -' '.2 --fl? . ffi,-fb. age?-jpwggg .1vj3'3vwf.3f!Z!s-r- f.9.,f.,ffelv?T2s.:: . ',. - -- .4. s f 0 . .'.L..1' .V .- .. , ,: -' -. ,. ...'.g . . . fi' :' --.. 4,,':.:', ' ".1.' .'f ,.- f,-J," lg: -- 1'-gf'-,,' Q. '5f!fiiP4c,s2a51:'11fran-1-:-63-mf-.'a-.3-:Ffa-1Q-f'Jf:'fi.,--aims.'f.-.aww-L ff rl- - fa. - .' -- 'f-.- 4 -..:-f,:,- :' 5' " ". 'A ' ' 5 ' . ELSIE STYER Alliance, Ohio This co-ed finds attraction in some place for is it someonej other than Mount, for it is her established custom to leave our college and so- journ elsewhere every week-end. Her friends tell us that her ambition is to become a librarian. It is easy to picture Elsie in some beautiful library, charmingly helping the readers to find books that will please them. DWIGHT TROTT Alliance, Ohio "Sockey," native of Alliance, cheerful and in- dustrious, attended Alliance High School for one and one-half years, finishing his academic work at Mount Union. Five and a half years at Mount and not one chapel cut! "Sockey" is in- terested in violins and footballs and is majoring in education. MARY THOMPSON Wayhesburg, Ohio Faultless manners and charm distinguish her from the crowd. She goes her own way leaving the people along that way the better for having known her. Along with her gentle ways she has a strain of kindly humor which causes her to be found at the source of many dorm jokes. WILLIAM SWEEZY Alliance, ohiq He is a silent and mysterious individual, most often seen just leaving somewhere. 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TH ,522 if Qlffvg'?,,,..QN a-N If gl- f,Q29'f:! 3- 4411!-if-T 'iff .13 .' Qi 1 .1 az.: 9,5- BETTY TURKLE Alliance, Ohio Although Betty lives in Alliance, her thoughts are most o-ften in Milwaukee. Her favorite pas- time is driving "the Dodge" with some of the K. A. D.'s with her. LELIA TURNEY Cadiz, Ohio Lelia's most outstanding achievement is along the lines of public speaking. She belongs tg Tau Kappa Alpha and her ability to express her- self publicly is most clearly recognized when she gives announcements. MILDRED UNKEFER Mi1Z6fU0, Ohio ' Serene and calm as a mountain lake. Sincere and true as a guiding star. Loveliness which will be appreciated to its deserved extent when she comes closer to us by living in the Dorm next year. THELMA VARNER Alliance, Ohio .Another "Prexy" is Thelma, and she makes the Alpha Chis "sit up and take notice." Pep and push combine in her with a temper to make things go. When "Varner" starts a thing, every- one knows that it will be finished. 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J' '. u".i 'll' In - ' f' ' ' itrnwfsfisiz-ww. ff: 1 -- ' E ' I -A I VIRGINIA WATT Barnesville, Ohio "Ginnie" comes from the Quaker town of Barnesville. Maybe that is where she got that quiet, demure air certain people like so well. Tennis is "Ginnie's" hobby. Now who'd ever suspect her of being athletic? Although she's pretty busy writing French orations, singing in the Glee Club, and serving on committees, she's never too busy to have a good time. ARLEIGH O. R. WESTERBECK Louisville, Ohio Arleigh is another of the Mount students from the metropolis of Louisville. He is a likable young man. Much of his spare time is spent in playing the violin. About the fraternity house, his conversational ability and cultured laugh is much in evidence. DOROTHY WHITACRE Louisville, Ohio Somewhere between here and south of Can- ton is responsible for producing this wizard of Physics and Mathematics. She spends her extra hours in Morgan Gymnasium and if you want to see a real basketball player, come over and watch her. JACK WILLIAMS Cleveland, Ohio Jack is the last Cbeing Englishb of a long line of Phi Tau Williams. On the platform he de- batesg at the house he merely argues. His social life, though limited, is by no means meager. SS . r-' - --A 1- . IL ' 'Vi " -'.Q'lu!1'f-' XT!! I' I' 4 -- wifwa- -f:- - . sg, :f'e,.f-1-Q, 'ever--' - LQ'-I u r 'gf E1-'-gigweifgatygizx5431:-:xiii-,-'wife s , aa ed 44-B sb, f 8 P: I ,J ,ifig qi r,a,,i,.,1., . ,, ,DMEM Q , .gp 5u+f.4f'f'-,I s F93 M 5-any it J 1 1-1 v. ,,.- en- 1 .5 ,I ,. Y - . . - I--" r " .- """i"""-"-'-5 fi'f1-fihgfiirf if U' "ik vc'- 152:-w 'l4'5,iiC"" 9" 4 i .- , . ---' --1 -'.' -'-. .mg Ii .1 - .. -.v - lr. P '5 '1 .5-fiQ:Tffs'Jif.-it:if,-f::T.+Eg1-as-.-. .ffggq6.4.95-.1,,..r3i,f-EP. fin 431-, ma 912' 'Q if 'ft SARABELL BAUGH Alliance, Ohio Sarabell has managed to make a name for herseli as a chemistry student. The afternoon Latin classes bear witness to the results of her experiments. Her idea of an exciting afternoon is finding out the relation between Na2POi and the molecular theory. KENNETH BROWN Ambridge, Ohio All Ohio Manager Brown. He was in school during our three consecutive basketball cham- pionships and decided to come back to school this year and manage the fourth. PANSY BRITTAIN Alliance, Ohio Pansy comes from Alliance and is proud of it. She has always been too busy and too consider- ate to meddle in other people's affairs, but she has made herself known for her cheery disposi- tion and friendly greetings. CHARLES CRAIG Cambridge, Ohio Charles was initiated into the mysteries of higher learning at Muskingum. He is preparing to be a specialist in internal medicine by major- ing in biology. During vacation, Charles drills oil wells, fishes and goes to school. 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HELEN HART Leetonia, Ohio Helen went to Oberlin for a year and a half, but she came to Mount last fall. Although Helen has been here only a short time, her sunny disposition has won her a host of friends. ALMA KLINGER I Youngstown, Ohio ' This young miss from Youngstown joined 'the junior ranks the second semester. After con- quering French and Latin with evident ease she finds time to participate in intramural sports. She is known among her friends for her wit and dependability. ' MARY JANE MCNICHOL Salineville, Ohio Janie and Josie, the Inseparable! But second semester Janie had to find a new playmate, for Josie did not return to school. Now Janie's song is: "Give me Moore! Give me Moore! Give me Moore!" MARY MILLER C arrollton, Ohio Everybody who knows Mary likes her im- mensely. She goes about her own affairs quietly and allows everyone to do the same. 0,541 at-ET.. .' . 'i':'f"' " IT -.."""q-vu-.-'J "1-,.-sr' z. gv-: ifgfzllisijfgpp,-:T-'?t.:s-14 .'.f,'.. :5:+QjH.,,,4---?f1f7g:'21lj-j1,4f-ff-f1g,L,L"f"g"1, Yi -H. ., as fix A 5 1 , L' :' -A .: qg. - ' -"' -" '?""itF,g'fi7" ' 1" '.' vg"'f+-3-d"',1 k- FJ Ak li' 'UV ' "' ,.,' bs. Ln. :gpm 1, -. D: - A -1-V-gb -' ,. .-,hv'i.,.f-..ue.g'? ,A-df.. . fy.-. K ..t..1wh-iq Q.. -4 7 .7 -4 :T2avg5i?f:E31'-4ff2?'5l "P" 'rf wif P52 " 'li 1 , ANITA WILSON Alliance, Ohio A sweetness of character without pride makes Anita easy to approach and easy to take into confidences. Her disposition is faultless, her friendship always desired. GEORGE RAWSON g Akron, Ohio 'George is another Akron product. He has made himself known through his work in the Dynamo. We wonder if he really likes to study in the wee, small hours. VELMA ROBINSON Indiana, Pennsylvania Velma comes all the way from Pennsylvania to Mount which gives us one more proof of her love for our school. She has many activities and interests, most prominent being Y. W. She has very high moral standards which make her especially htted for holding the presidency of this organization to which she has recently been elected. HERBERT WHITACRE Alliance, Ohio Herb has worked hard on the books and a list of high grades proves the efficacy of his labors. Herb is the second of his family to enter Mount and is taking four years work in three. 91 OPHO ORE I- "PY '5 ""' f"+' 3 -' f-A "fn 'aff' M 'N If-.Cs-rv 'J' . . Q, . . -f--f.4-- 'T 'T' I' 4-.,,,'g"'gI'.. 'g--.944-1'...Q"in,x.z,, -f':'i?j:-.-'f z'i.x,."',' 1- - - '-- 1' uf. ' . -. . l f -,...:.-5.r, ' 'Q . '. YZ ,, Lx, ---. L' -, 5- .T-',-r-pf-ff , .lf :ff . ..,..Y,,.-4'-,.... N I. l l .. . f Q--. - .- -- ."11f"'L'. Aw' 'iv' .:fi"'7'i -'k-:'if'1'f'-' """"'8"!""i 3 - J-: -- -- :ar 1 - Zi-.' 'T -,n."""llVL-f-"' 'iff - -' 351' :'?"R'i"9 - 4 ,' 1"-'54!fWdV 'T-fg!x'1 .?"K v'f'., "f' ' 95 lf' ni i . 2. 'I i' - I , ' - . '- f AQFQ-'.' . ' .f v4hm.,s5 ' ' -- .ni f I-I -'qw - 1 M mr , .I I : At:,xa3fQ,g. 'T-1211.-fir-aw'. -' ww- ' ' uf "5 -11"-'wtf Ja.. '1..s:..1'e--ft-f:f""5..i+:-fs? H ,.,i .-,,..,.,. 4. A.,, A t. ,., . 4, . . 'l P sl 5 I I C lass of I 93 I i 1 E, OFFICERS l P1-e5ide1'1t,,,,,, .......R1l'tl1 GlCCll'11ll Vice-President. . . l l I 1: . . . .Stanley Shoemaker 1 Secretary .... , . ..... Helen Denison E T1-eagurer ,,,, ............ ' .... H OWaI'd Pim . 4. H Lstory l? ' On the tenth of September, IQ2 7, a typical group of green freshmen gathg ered at Mount Union. Their purpose? T o broaden their horizons and be- I come cultured citizens the ancients. After an weeks of rushing, most V The first year the through the assimilation of the secret delights of enlightening freshman week, and another hectic two of the class felt equal to anything life had to offer. class held an annual freshman party, which was as good-or as bad-as any of them are. During the first year the class was well represented in all the major sports. An unusually large number was ad- mitted to Purple Mask. As ,sophomores the class has proved its part in the activities of Mount.. As a body the class has done little, there being no definite social activities allotted to the sophomores. As individuals the members of the class have taken their places in the school activities. i In football Lindamood, Yaggi, Boyle, and McCallum are making names for themselves. Carl Devore won his letter in basketball. In track the class is represented by Morris, Smith, Devore, McCallum, and W'iley. In our freshman year Ethel Schneider, Russel. McLaughlin and Linda- mood carried off scholastic honor prizes. 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FOOTBALL SCORES .. .. o .Ahegheny U. .. .. o Blkjugan ... .. .. .19 Cfase . ..: .. ...26 YVooster .. .. .. .12 CDber1n1 .. .. ...gr Iienyon ..... .. . ..13 Clhio Biorthern . .. .. o fkkron ....... . . . . o Wittenberg . . 1 0. 5 V I' fm 'NJ 55 "fl T45 If ' -U""u -"-T ' 1'-V' ' 3- LV' 7 4' ' 'A -' ."!Z1l" -. - -' '5 " l"1'7" --..- ....- , . .- 51 ::.f.i5.Ha5's.'l1.fj : .'-y 5 i-Z..-T - -iL2,:,J,:L , A-9: ' g -: J. ' ...qi-i, :js-.341 'iss gb ui:-fav, ' . ,lqlf..L1Lv yr I 7 W. P fc. I - . , -5 , . .- . . . Q 1 1 - Q w . ' - . .I-v-...'n'A,..1.-LPS'-. ' f-Q . --1 - ' -xg., -.,l- '.- L L - .: ,:.. -. I 'D ,div , . ipfl. .5 WF, .4 4r g .57 U, , I ,x I. V'-,Nt--3, ,..J7g:,,t,7, ' 1. A-I., i ,H 3.5.51 3 .xgrzg lvl.: ,,.,-H .. aff.-ff - - -- - ' sf -- -iw t -1 -ff Q22:-'-952' - -ph-G gngurff rgfdifhal lima' 'grin' VL-" '!i5'!mu-n'2"'T5'z - Xl' 5- -- 'b""4-'ff ' ' ' 5 : I !""lF"l" U '51?.E'f7PsfI5-1.151231 fra- 15e"iSf11.:-':h.g'.'1f115:51 , 13,5 sed- if .1 rpsailfsff-3i193i.ie-.-is 3,12-:ff f- -iff! Stew?-. C-Q1-115 -- V.-.--, S -V . -,J 3. 1. - - 1 ,I 2 A: l. .-1-I .11 H - ..,.-In .- , . -v...,1.n, :IL-4:-6,5 ...ii ,-6' I- ,h,,. ,..-.-, Resume of the 1928 Football Season The season of 1928, unlike the preceding season, was not pleasing to the coaching staff. In the former case the team did better than we had hoped for and in the latter not as well as we expected. Probably the schedule was a little harder in 1928 than in 1927. Two new teams appeared on the schedule and both of them won. The season was marked by the dedication of the new stadium and as is customary the home team lost. The Michigan B team was our opponent and proved to be a better passing team than Mount Union. -The score was I4-O and both touchdowns came on long passes. The opener had been played at Allegheny and we were not in shape to meet a team that had been practicing a month longer than we. They won 32-O. We opened the Ohio Conference schedule with Case at Cleveland. Mount won 19-o. The next game was at home with Wooster, our royal and ancient rival, and we won a very spectacular football game by the score of 26-1 3. The following Saturday was Home-Coming Day with Oberlin as our opponent. It rained all day and they got one more break than we did and Won 18-12. The next two opponents, Kenyon and Ohio Northern, were defeated by scores of 26-6 and I3-O. The following Saturday we lost to Akron in the sea- son's big upset 6-o. The final game was played with Wittenberg, champions of the B. A. A. Without a doubt our team played one of the greatest ball games any Mount team ever played. Outweighed many pounds to a man and playing against a very strong team they kept the battle even for fifty-eight minutes, Wittenberg scoring in the closing minutes and winning 6-o. It was a great football game and I was proud of the team. It was a good representative Mount Union Team and while we lost two games we expected to win, at other times it gave more than we thought it had. Paul Bixler was captain and proved to be a great player and a wonder- ful leader. Six of the boys are seniors and it will be hard to fill their places but the freshman team had several great boys so we are looking forward to a great club next fall. ' We are very fortunate in having a game with the University of Michigan varsity next year. We will open their schedule at Ann Arbor on the last Saturday in September. The new stadium is very nice not only from a spectator's standpoint, but from the dressing room angle. JOHN M. THORPE. 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Both feats were accomplished on Hartshorn fieldg a season ago against Case and last year against l Wooster. A "Les" Emerson, Half Back Leo Furcolow, a veteran guard and tackle, cer- tainly stamped himself as a dependable grid artist. For 'three seasons, Leo won his HM" by making himself a 'fminute man." Leo was ready for every call and he made his work impressive. F urcolow's versatility and his usefulness in any breach was fundamental in the success which the teams on which he played, attained. Leo Furcolow, Tackle ., I . gig 121 f 4 s- Us """'.-"-ff'-1'--'fir -7 ..'ff'-uvus.-'F "P ,-'."- 2. 'v-r -"-uv-N-' .1::':r"-L-.' ' It -'-if 2127" V ,. .Q ..-V--. - -H92 1-.1-f.. -'.- .. 9-fav? 57'-Qi .- ,rw . ' vt- ,' --P"'Ax.' ,-if . ' ,.--AFTW5. ff-ff-Rai ' nb' uqfihfxl, -.my-gf 2 '1 ' I 4 -3 - Ty - S . VE-..' ,1?g5::g:QQ'g2-2,241-:JC ,I-' p' ffg,fi .HEY Lllizsra- .. ',., ,iZ'.n',,-' 45,,.,LQr 1.-I.. 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"Mans" Dunn, Tackle Ahead of every other Mounter on every punt, Mansell Dunn led the defensive parade down the Held toward the returning enemy. His ability to ferret his Way under his teamls punts was com- mendable. Dunn has played two seasons at tackle and his third season should make him one of the Ohio Con- 4ference's best. His side of the line was Well taken care of when the opposition started its offensive. Mgr, t'1,"'j'-5-ff,-ff'-' U''gj,gf.fy:"-ggqffl-V-4'in-'ssgwl 5:32. vu- ru. 21.553-4..n. -5 ws:-:qty .fa.- ,,, t, , , ....,, - .. .4 P5-Xa -. 4 H is me:-, B 3 06 b yn, ,HJVL lf ge, Air XL: L' wi' an CQ sh 4 rl-rug as J J awf,f,g,9f17'..4, AX HJ" P - , . ., .. ., x. , . . ' .r-, -I.. -1 f .1-' .rw -: -1,1 4 f' '2f " 'Lf-- '.,i'7A :f,.'l.16iF3f"t9f 1: 23 'M 41--:F--if Pvitff' "ii i-'ffer'-if-'za'-4 , 1-sq L- ,,,.-- .x - "' 'E 1.14 . ..-14. -- . ,Q -'gg by-. 1.-'u - ..:. - -,J .gn ,11-" gpg" -v. F'-. 1-"" LFS' .L "1 '- -' E A -. f '- -: "' 95 . .11-" ' " .- 'l . - ' r . 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One of the first on the utility list, Kinney was called for many times. He plugged many weak spots, did well on the defense and proved a ubearf' on the receiving end of forward passes. V I Kinney has another year and somepstepping should be necessary on the part of otherxteams to 'E Q: 125 tu LVL L H551 is 'f 'flyiwfuy' V. of is laiwf'-,, A1861 GJ? 1- e-ar 5- F 3' .f M' f1hf"?E',"35,,? -x , wy- Lorin Lindamood started last season with great prospects at center and when he was hitting his stride broke his shoulder. It was a severe set- back to Lindy as well as to Mount, although he had already played enough to win his letter. Lindy was learning to use his height, weight and breadth to great advantage. He was hard to displace and made an excellent interferer. He has two more seasons. gif 0:41 pb uh ' Us "Bobl' McCallum, Half Back W'illiam Banfield has been a very necessary football accessory for two seasons. Last fall he was the full-fledged student Manager and he won appropriate laurels. Dependability and congeniality were only two of the likable qualities Banfield revealed. "Lindy" Lindamood, Center f'Bob" McCallum Mount squad and into the ranks of the lettermen despite sophomoric handicaps. As a backfielder, "Bob" showed probably more improvement than any other single performer. made his way onto the "Bob" is fast and shifty. He found line holes in a hurry and showed a good "football head." "Bill" Banfield, Manager 3' UK N sarri A 'r 4 1 ff is I I xxx? AJ 5 av, K, Q ww Tis, .A gi on fi' V 1 Q Ju W -xv -TJ tug. rffijijf .17 H ' 'YJ f- Q lc' 11"-u' ' QQ 1 . 5: 'I E '-if 'sl-. if.: ' 'l..- , -L , 1 Q-.J '-., 'Z-w,, . '31-.QQ , ,fn ' 'K e- ,V 1... ,g .. I .M -11.0 . , ' :ips--51.-L' 'J 543-. S 5. ' Lv:-5 .. , . .,, -gi? iff x Ii- . - -av 'Q'-ze .-fr? .P . T, E - . -ng . - .1-is uxggluilug:-gl -, f-. 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'Q-1l'.Z7:.f -,1.,,-fx1."vTi'f,r'?f'?'-"rf-4,4-237'L"'1'-c-9LW'14r 'JCL-V-4gy,l'x'-Aix-:Wh Q,g:ffif9iLf.fff'1'.f' 9 'T'!f'. .- 9 wa s " 2-k'dI1f7" : 'f" ' ' . K- -' -F . lm' w -' flaw-'f 6 ' AA we ' " . '-'47 '25v"-ma' . wr- ' ' ' " 129 4 -ri." J" , f -15 , l. V - ,A 1. . A- N . , V . src, fx 2-.. g,r,!'?1, "- - ,1-v.-I .yg,,.'f, ,:,,4gL.r -l""',1.,,',.ys: vza fiwf ? Eiga? . M1 ' :Lf 1115- :ff ff1rsi?we,1fzfp.fw5:f -- 4- p -' f -- '1".""'. f . . - - , V - . s V fhey laugh who win. BAKET BALL . .. . n - -L, jynyg. fl -E. . .,. . , V . . I ' 3 ' 'j.I'k.1- .. .-..3suf,,f. . f , '- - ' 'W' .1 1 1--1"-V -Q :a5ff'?z-5'-'l'3f':f2:?f O .51 -"fn "IVY -'iJG,1ll.l1:.f -0 - lihy .11 r xl-. 3 - s Q- - ..-- . ,f - v, Q-Wy -:f:- . 5 sfo-.1 Lrff-Ci'-'1, l"v15'g.-', nf! -P -':-"np-f1.L."'-'. S.-ff' 5.41, ., - '-, ,,-9' Q ,, ., , I .... ..,,, ....- QGQ-f1f??21af1f:T ..- 'af SF-..,f',:f3bIf,7g:.si.+?s41Ci-11c?fv.- Q53,".f-"Lfrf2",E3-ff'L:,'511115',glQa3gff'21',I:j'xx34-33H.?F.E-1+-Z ., .' 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This record is acknowledged as one of the best season records in the history the college, and was unquestionably the best record of any Ohio co ege t is year. ' The final game with Kenyon at Gambier which was easily won by Mount marked the final participation in Mount Union College basketball for five seniors-Burkle, Ball, Shafer, Myers and Cattell. The first four men have been the nucleus of the Mount Union teams for the past three seasons and hlave each been awarded a gold basketball in recognition of their service to t e team. . By winning the Ohio Conference Championship this year, these four seniors have achieved a goal set for them when they began to practice together as freshmen. It has been said that the world will give way to the fellow who knows where he wants to go. A real achievement is rarely an accident. It has to be wanted, visualized, and thought about before it becomes an actuality. Such has been the case with this championship. It had to be because there was a vision and a determination to achieve the goal. Cattell, who started the season as a rookie, even though a senior, has in a large measure helped to win the championship. His spirit has been excellent and it was his readiness to fit into the team whenever he was needed that has made him so valuable. Glenwright, our high point man this year, was invaluable to the team. He has developed wonderfully this year and should make an excellent leader for next year's team. Devore and Atchley proved on numerous occasions that they were im- portant parts of our championship team. The Akron game at Mount and the Wooster game at Wooster were our closest games. All the other games turned out to be fairly easy, although the season was a strenuous one due to the fact that Mount was a marked team from the start of the season. The Heidelberg game at Tiffin and the Wooster game at Mount were, perhaps, the best played games and represented important points in our schedule. Glenwright, Devore, Atchley, Peltz, Slutz and Lindamood remain from this year's squad to carry on next year. It is evident that the fortunes of next year's team will depend upon sophomore material to a large extent. No basketball team can lose five seniors of the calibre of Burkle, Shafer, Ball, Myers and Cattell, and not be considerably weakened. I hope for the best. ROBERT D. WRIGHT, Basketball Coach. . , . .. - .. f - 2.1 -mai'-'--1 1"f1f'f'H5'fY "'f-ff593f"' In .'-f1i-'7l141'f11- "i'.9F"?"1'4i'?L'1f QM, fif f'Q' 2 .?if?ha?z.yl3.1'mfi, pf-92-is .ff 1-'dz x"xkfif'9- 12414242111 ,igf.1,,.S-'5Q,,1'. . ,: ... .f,:,,', ,y:?,3,:Yf5:9'j4Q:,-QQ y., -1, A f., 5. v,?:.,,Mi.:x,54,4.f',:a:rq ,. , 4 do ,, 3 1 tg, QF4,,R,',4 fa ' gdw x 1 if ' ' .' ' ? , 'H-'1."v ' T4v5 :'-'-s ' fr-5'-f-' Q . " " W -,,-.'4n",.4?1f ., 1-F. 24,972 'L "., .-' 1 - .Ar-- . 51 -, ' ,. -iff A 9'-A 'tkf 7'- A ' --".x'1,- ..,,:-.F-, '42,-:af-'JH L" r--.---',5':. f:-'?"'f4- 'ff 5115 ' '- ' ,-IQEQ55-.': -:- 'YAG -.1 L+f'..H".a 151' 1. v"' ""f"'i Z 14: "": ' A I' 'i ' ,- , ' V . . . ' . . . P N I 1 Second Row: Peltz, Slutz, Lindamood, Cattell, Devore, Atchley. First Row: Coach Wright, Burkle, Shafer, Myers, Glenwright, Ball. WVHY MOUNT UNION IS CONFERENCE CHAMP , Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount Blount ... - Mount Mount X X I-K .....6o Kenyon 25 ...3r Firestone . . ...33 ...23 Cloodyear ..... ...28 ...8r Elyda SC Bl. ..... ...4I . . .32 New Philadelphia .. . . . .25 ...32 Iient State ....... ...25 ...I4 .Akron . .... ...36 ...36 Case ...... ...I8 ...34. 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U 2 I 24 ,5 ":' " 1 "' 'W 1:5 H "ra 9 f.1:f':w1"1x-"flu 7' 5 ':-'iff 1Ef.'7?ff'j,,-.kirgfg-1',7f.. vfhvfif. Ziff. r fqq-55'F':'7"Luq4.f3k . , . D , . . i Q ' - ' - . , I- .' : . ,, .. ,I - U.. ., Y -...T-4.5..h:.-,::-H., :.?:42.'xf- - LAT 'DA-bv-gag:-4 Harold Burkle Harold "Buck" Burkle will never be displaced as one of the greatest basket- ball players Mount Union has ever known. "Buck" topped his three seasons of Varsity performing at center and guard by bringing the Ohio Conference Cham- pionship to Mount. He literally did that very thing, when he heaved the Winning shot at Wooster late in the season. That one shot was perhaps the greatest ever made in a crisis in the Ohio Conference, coming as it did from three quarters the length of the floor. "Buck" was named as a guard on every all-conference team chosen. He easily ranks as the most dependable man to his team of all-conference play- ers, and was one of the most feared per- formers in the circuit because of his combined offensive and defensive pow- ers. His calmness under fire was a winning quality. Edgell Shafer Edgell Shafer's merit in his three years of Mount Union basketball was shown by his election as the college's first honorary captain, and that by a unanimous vote. Shafer played three years as a guard. A weak knee handicapped him during part of his last season but he never fell below par. His ability to "stick" the opposition and score from mid-floor were admirable. Shafer was fast and "crafty." - - - . I - ' ...-r.-f 'P-'. -' .":1'?' -. -Av 'ffl'-J" .4 m- - --w---- - " ' -'-x--'sv--Q'--iff.-. -.-.ziwwm :fra 'ff -"Far-V -.- . f.a-'f.'.r3r-'fwr xi-1 +3ZL?1Lf"-1-ru-gif-.,5?,5.ff:I ss I I "Q, fl ,.2u1f2l'f N,- 'Q "lf wF'afl'g:'lfC'J,Y5f'y41"19' 'i lffil'-" ?5g?,,-:ggi-jvalnbelf'Qf,fiq?f.f" F 'fly -Qfiss, 3.3--4 v. 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Robert Ball "Bob" Ball finished his third year of basketball by stamping himself as per- haps the best back guard in the Ohio Conference. - 4'Bob" always drew the heaviest scor- ing forward of the opposition and the times that he was out scored could be counted on one hand. Bob was every bit as fast as the fleetest forward in the circuit and revealed no partiality in taking the oval from the waiting hands of the opposition. Ball's defensive work, with his scor- ing power also considered, will be sorely missed next season. ...rub qi? '-:",'-.rmn..pa,1:!,g-nina,-1f...1,,,.x5,.,.. ,P Hy , I' ,Mg L1 I ' " 4: ' -..'f:.1 'f-.F li. - rl." -.' - '--J:-': -' -'f.'! -- ' I-11-PM . !fq.5gflv 2wr2 'T-ff -ar 4,'QaJf?Zi2'gfmg5?f4+j,g3-zgwxhggrriff1:-i1'f1Fs'4L2s2EL5i1-1 ... 'Pi'-1 . wfe-'.,-- . A .' f i . -i f - 54. . - - - f . iff-f' - '.-L rv- he ww' 1 :iff - - - hf1riyfS5,gfjIf,7EF ,- .affirm fm Ag f u f',.?'f' 'w i ' ,- 34312 if-f',r""5.,f ffl' 'ff -vsgfk-5f'f-fa-. H1gfffiil"- 1793. . ,Tff1,- if! '.'. WH 1f':p'i-f3?44,:'-"TL-f't4..1n.If -'-2-V-9 Tek 2'-V"f'l'f-. '-"-5 1 . ,. , ,, ,.. ,a . .. 5 , ,lglu , ,.,-..kJ, I , ..' ,-gun I- ,-Z , I l-:::.:1A-, nl, 'ki-15. W. , I-in-, -Allah I'-QW.. -. . I I -- - 1 -...M-,--., -'A 'I Charles Cattell "Charley'7 Cattell in many ways, above all others on the championship five, deserves commendation for his basketball work. - Starting as an inexperienced senior, Cattell used his six feet-plus to ever increasing advantage, and wound up the season with consistent offensive 'and defensive playing such as was surpassed by few other centers in the conference. Cattell had a lot to do with winning the Conference title, and the only regret is that he hasn't another year on the quintet. Wallace Glenwright "Wally" Glenwright must be given credit for having done much toward Winning the conference cage title for Mount. His scoring gave Mount ample points at many stages of the terrific race. Glenwright Was the only regular player under senior rank on the five last season and more than earned his right to be there. His improvement during the season was delightful. i w w 1 ll ll 'I 1 1 ! .l f - -ev., . .-1 f ff- ..' -f .'-V' -- " 1"5':u:" 1' , -'- "-69" :lu 5" '1 'Nl 'U-' i"'5.l"""f""i li -- ind, ".Ti': ","" ft",-ff'-1 "' 1.5: 6-"'i1':2' fmffzf' f Q: ,gf "'fg?'7'.,y.'?4."' - .5-1."'v'..ff4 '?j'f:E,'J:z'w '3iesffnk3,,S,?'f'i, ' f'xL,5f9,il'5v-'MN -I., 1-.--f--.1-.-N. . sr. -.'.,-+-'.r+.r-'3-:- il-.:.'f f - l"".ff-:'-4'1" Q, r .W f.: n-V 6-rv 't-Af' 1 - -8--4 y . .. ,,ii?,,,,fwg,M--A -A 1,--f s., -aammirvfl ,.a,Jf,,-.. , r 1,.i. ,V 1,1 -..,ft,s3,,5f. .3 1, gf. 'l " 'f i' ' -9- '." : MIR' V 'il ""'G5 ' " '--'i ' 7 " '1 ' 4-1.-.w i N- ' - H i ' .'2"i23'i" -- 55 - w,- ,, -, ..-.4--5-. -. -.g '.....,g..,--1.-.-J 4,-,x-, -eg-sn.. -:. . .- '- - W 2, Qti7::ai7S':,.i91.4.sv,, J-s,..g.:5:1Q:2: .3-,ic-Spf.: H -lv 7' 4 ug. v 1 4. n- , L, 1: . . ' :. P ' . We 1 9 i x i Carl Devore i Carl Devore Wasthe only sophomore ij to earn his basketball letter, which speaks sufficiently as to his ability. Useful at either guard or forward, Devore proved himself both able to u score and hold the opposition at bay. - Floyd Atchley Floyd Atchley was the only incoming junior to make his Way to a cage letter. As a plucky, determined guard, Atchley won many rounds of deserved praise. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD 'wxhfi '1- . .W ,. -, , ' . 'v4"'s?. - L . . nfmfll .MN .1 fmfff fic -7" Y- fi! r'1'3?':3'i'. ,r .1 . 1 , 1 . 7 --f- . 7581: 'J . Hxgifif? ' 5, 1 ,255 .75-ylrarj--. ..,i'f'q Q -' A-vvhi-3. M14-1 AE - 'Z '-'-g-gas' ., gf.S"? 3' 1w?H5: -. ,-,ff 4-wig - vm Qi. ' - -.- "" .. rf-' -. ,-ig. f. q V f .. .nr . 1 . --:gi ..-fri lf 3 1-1 .2 1 -, -3 L- Nt' First Row: Housley, Goss, DiLoretto, Leyda, Shadle, McLaughlin, Beach, Heim. Second Row: Bonileld, Straw, Bair, Grimeg, Raber, Wiancl, Moore, Baker, Montccalvo. '. 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' '?11.7.g .,b:w,.: ,,-1 f..-. ,-m:,A Y ., "-i'2'?6 -is-.tru-'.:.-.,.-i.,, :-'T-5-iii'if.-f+.-?fm.2f:--:rw-5'-sa. f.'-651.-.w'.?i..f' Q .::?f"lf.'f 'T?J2'f,44'.q'.i'l'f. ,lkfgfitwhef - 7'xx.!Y4g1-ff, Af' if 4 , K-,,g,,L, 5?,,,3P:"fd'5f:,6,3.,. .L a f., 31 , Dix.-,.,i,Nff4a41a k , v.ir. .',,q? 1,-2. . La.. .dl .Fil L 'E'4:,fi:,-in 'I . I nfl ' g ' till' -. ' ' " 15,4 ' f r ' .1'l U . 5- my . ,,!"l'ug', 1' . yi A FB 1 .-.:1!se,.r,gf.:r""g--.G4.-ufgn1,g.4ffv..++?1f-5' ,Q-1. f:-g4s.fw.'.t- J ' " -- gs.-rw., wg- Spring Sports This ear's spring sports schedule Was, perhaps, the most interesting that Y . d f e time The foundation for this interest was not entirely Mount has ha or som . the schedule arranged, which called for more contests than had been custorpqry for Mount's spring athletic squads, but partly because of the caliber of materia .Or the teams. A In track the interest was very great, especially in the distance runs with Cope leading the field of two-milers by making the distance in Well under ten minutes. In . h .1 the mile Cope had a very Worthy team-mate ln Slutz, who not only ran t e H118 but also the half and quarter. Mount Was usually safe in counting on these men for eighteen or twenty points. Other prominent men on the squad Were: Hunts- . I d berger, McCallum, Glenwright, Burkle and Devore. Several sophomores ma e their Way into varsity competition which speaks Well for future track teams. The baseball season again found Earl Mosely at the helm. The prospects for the season were far from pleasing during the pre-season work-outs. There were several positions that needed to be filled, but when Mount journeyed to Oberlin and set them back I2-3 the skies brightened immediately. Having Ted Kinney, the best gardener in the conference, as a nucleus and several other letter men on hand Moselyls big job was to find a pitcher. Fox carried the hurling burden alone and did a good job of it. Coach Wingert found himself at the beginning of the tennis season with three letter-men available and a squad of capable and willing men from which to select his team. The letter-men were Cattel, Pontius and -Hutton. He has used Reager, a sophomore, as his fourth man. The most disappointing thing about the team is the fact that three of them are seniors and have represented Mount for the last time. 1929 TRACK SCHEDULE IQZQ TENNIS SCHEDULE April 2 7 Akffm at Akron- May 4 Oberlin at Oberlin May 4 Western :Reserve at Cleveland. . May 7 Hiram at Alliance, May I4 Wl00S'C6r at Wooster. May I 3, Wooster at Alliance May 18 Hiram at Hiram. May I 5 Hiram at Hiram. May 24, 2 5 Ohio Conference at Oberlin. May 2 I VVooster at VVooster S 1929 BASEBALL SCHEDULE April Hiram at Alliance. May Oberlin at Oberlin. May Wooster at Wooster. May Hiram at Hiram. May Akron at Akron. May june Western Reserve at Cleveland. 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I ,Q 5. 5 In jr-:1:.:,L:-.hfsfflgva-gjgl':,fi51,if,g'5-J',:,m'9Qi?. 143 I TRAMURAL - NUC 'l 1"f"lr!'!v': 'f .f?2-7"f".'g51"'ag,v-g'."',- mf .hLY1"'27 Q ,Fl 4 foggff : gv-,-Q5-,x QQ.. ,ri6hagv::,-o'Q3vAf:. Ffizag-V, le. -1. f- -' ... H "". ' 1 ' Sf ' gqzflh, .- -..4-F?-Pl'-.n L . " 9- "..M5.r i na. I .wiv '-r'- .".:G.'n..r2':e .o . un... V ,-1 r , wr. - . . . . . , , . lily? 'Vi' 1 x mfr: .: ' ' 3-"4'r"F'1"1L l"l'q?Lf"". 'Pg-' f 1 3: -"':?-'9"'f9"'. 'f'3'5"3-Lp J- "Ev '?'l"" ,A ..- . . F.. .. -.-, 1 !fc'itf?'5?2w-f i 'ef at- ' -ift"2Q'm.:aw:F2:-za-5.-wf"' E?'?fE4:ff?P14?f4iQff+5i7E1ZTgg-:rf-as H-.151-ffm . vfsq- .ww ,fl .. - -'Q -' .. ...v, . . ' j, 1' ": a,,.:e-'..',' v . 55 -,-L., -'jx .- 11f.-i'.'-,,-. "- X'-, I."-1.5-'fqrrn-55 1, - . L . fllfkgqb .- . 5- by , B .I . 'Lf' 4 05142 Vp " 'Riffs-"Uc.f'7 ,x-in, -- 'nfl -'I-A .. . - naffn- v-'::4 ' 11 4 , -5 r . . 'xv gg., . - - iq- ,fv ir- ' mfg! ., Iv.-.M I- , ., . ',:fgsf.Q4!:g-r,yi?"'!Q'?l-"fr- 1 -fjggf ' , -' 1,5 3Uiiv,i'.ySf gig-m v . . - 3, F,-.-.fi.1k3f2-4, 1 ..'f-f'Sz""5-L.-,F Q , I.,f-372-,fylgxf.fvff4Q:c 1- 1 .3.5:5411ttf-iff-:.,j-Sgfrwfffii C-'g7'9'f'lI'5"-ggf f' ,if-5"f1fgA.'j:.:!'C25f- Intramural Athletics The popularity of intramural athletics is increasing rapidly on Mount's campus as it is on every college' campus. This is as it should be as these ath- letics are the ones from which the greatest group of students receive the benefits that are to be derived from competitive sports. They not only give a great number of students an opportunity to exercise but they also keep alive a feeling of friendly rivalry between the groups competing. This rivalry does not stop with the gym floor or baseball field but is carried into other activi- ties and results are better. lWhile Mount does not have the equipment to offer a great variety of sports those offered are the ones which are most popular and are such that nearly every man who is not playing on a varsity team can take part. In order to give an opportunity to more participants, the sports which require only a few men to a team are divided into two leagues, A and B. The sports at Mount are basketball, volley ball, track and baseball. The first two are divided into two leagues A and B. In basketball the A team was made up entirely of freshmen from the various groups, and the B teams from upper classmen. The fall season opened with volley ball. There were six teams in each league, and as a whole they were quite evenly matched and competition was keen. The Sigma Nus won the honors in class A, but only after being closely pursued by the Sig Alphs. The B race was about as close with the Phi Taus emerging victors for the third successive year. Basketball brought out perhaps the keenest rivalry of all the sports. The class A, composed of freshmen only, settled down from the very beginning into a race between the Sig Alph pledges and the Sigma Nus. The latter won the first round of play by not losing a game, but the Sig Alphs retaliated in the second round. This necessitated a play-off which the Serpents won by taking the first two games of a three-game series. Because of the class of ball played the A basketball season was the cardinal spot of the entire intramural year. 'r In class B the race was still more close with three teams 1n the midst of the parade, Sigma Nu, Sig Alph and Phi Tau. The Phi Taus went through , . . . . ..' , m .. . '3,v"'."?1"'P' -it-:'N':f":Z , "-"I"'5l"'P'3"", . 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I -M Sigma Nu----Claas A Basketball Phl Kappa Tau-Class B Basketball. ul stu , -Si' """ ,r'1-f 9-1'-'P',Zf5,qT?ig-91"-'pvxggwf 'Q YU- 31 gr-5,13-v.,:w-D' .7::1l'3,, -nv., J. fu-I-,.'1 ?- U , ,Z , , .. ,,,, . ., , 2531-rf-T T if' -gf 2412 -vw:wgwexzflz-11,-3,fi"f'-W:girlfr'5ff?Zvg'ifa4ff:i5kff:?.a?ml,TQ5-rcf'i32-.-f?.ifffS . : -r ig, J J-I, H ,fr ,? H Kyynf -1, n w, I -V N ,i mi? 1:43 ,, 11'-,' v :AAL ',. .qL ,V -xr, I.--l H 431 14.1 - we-. A v. ,P-J zggffvhn-eq' ' .' ."' 'vb , ,:--vi ' -- ,, ,I . ' r , 124- . ,-, 'JN'li1,-"' Um- f :TQFD " Simi .. 5' '. AQ 'Y' 9 ' :-- . k, Q4 -- -f',q"1.'. gagfgw. ' - ls 'I Q ff'lU3h"'., rt- 4 E '4'- ' 'Q-:H ' 'V'-'-'N f e -. -"z'9'w4Qfg"5-. -f- ,ifh -.- I V 531'-I "'.w,'1'.r,-,'1,ft., ..v l ' .,,1'q ,.-4-P""'F:, Q1 '12 .Mai '-?f'5","":1tff i'rav.::?.,v':.t--wtf+:1w - -:-.fi-:,-1fmt'-:-frlslifiiv-'T--reef:-' ,:ff'9""f-1- nf::i'?:Irt-1af47ff?' fi-ff ifff the first round without a defeat but when the season closed there was a three- way tie for the second round. The Phi Taus won this play-off, with the Sig Alphs next in line. h The track meet was next in line. This is the one sport in which varsity men can compete. Here again the Snakes showed that they were not slow, for after a very close chase by the A. T. O's they came out 'on top. The con- dition of the track made the times rather slow, but competition was strong and a good supply of varsity material was uncovered. The campus now resembles a major league baseball circuit, with each fraternity house the home of a major team. Even at this early date when the race is just beginning there is great promise of some real excitement before the season closes. The two most formidable teams at the present are the Sig Alphs and the Phi T aus, with the latter having a little the upper hand. The brightest spot thus far in the season is the pitching on practically all of the teams. It far exceeds that of any previous year. Much credit for the success of intramural sports on the campus this year is due to Coach Wright, Manager Hiltz and Assistant Manager Gill. Not only should Wright receive a great deal of credit for this year but for the development that has taken place in the four years he has been at the helm. The greatest drawback to intramural athletics at Mount at the present is the lack of the proper funds to finance them. Perhaps some day the ath- letic authorities will see the benefit that is being derived from these sports and then give them better support. Why should all the money be spent on varsity sports from which only a few derive benefit and intramurals go unsupported? 149 F w M Y N x W if 5 5 V .Ti f-f-",.'1.:4,1x.qe'j:g .-3 A .un-f - '.-.1 rp-r--ef-. gl :Lf 514,331 ,':gql1:.- ,, 'A' -Z ' l-121,-TV K, bl. Y ,.... ,., . ,, W i 1 A 55, lc-..'1y . . 1g4yf.,I',, ,gggiifi-bxg,.,y.,:?J,,,i:' 3 f,f:'f"21f,xc4.533:g -2 1 Y, -5 .31 X - ' , .: ,. , kg, " Hf?,qpJ:,i'-j.,,:?,y.::, ff " f'4 'yx '. bif3'L.':Q2i.NiP4J4-d':f.h::!51:f-T--'' H' . -fi g,-1 fi: 135' -' f , f '+.:f:1- 1"-rf'-1i,.," 4 ' : ---A - pf. N---qs -' f- '-' ' " f 1' ' if - Y YA-Z'f'5'."' ,:.'- 59 f-mf? I , - .- I -vpn-5 5- QQ.. " ,. '-fi, 4-1.'.r 'L .., - -. , ' joy:-'-5 'w"f-j-...,.1:5vm31-- ,aff-.-qs ' f Q f2.+-- 1 "' 'W Z'-'4' 'rf '--L., +f.5'v-1"Y1- Q 'W -' j--'if'-3 513'-'f 'f'f'f'?J' :', ".-l'.f""f, '-1' nn.. N, ' V I ,JH -1'.-4.53 ....f:?54e ws, ,I 17-2. I. uw' ff'- L . .. A,A ,. ' ,', . .-"1-. W . Y f f I i 1 f K 1 ll w Pr 1 V l "Too swift arrives as steady as too slowfq V r i E Y 2 G I THLETIC S -2 1 aa' f2s51:4fffff4.1'e iwzffff. ' H, "Qu,-. Lk- N - -9' 521 . If -4'x.l , A "' ' 'f"'?,fEl' ,- l - "..-'-f?3xt?l1.f. ' u, 71 '79 - ' A- 1 fi"'- - X' 3 -1 i'5f1w1 EM!! bil' A-WFT Jaxlgkm 1 'i 9 9' 14' Q K w"'m"' JA- ls P3 pbffiffwgpk 'L Q "' Women 5 Athletic Association PURPOSE The purpose of this associatlon shall be to cooperate with the depart- ment of Physical Education for Women in promoting health, good sportsman- ship, physical efficiency and athletic accomplishments." For several years the Girls' Athletic Association on the campus has been called the 'Gymnasium Field Associationi'-a local organization. This year the executive board has achieved a higher goal-that of joining the National "Women's Athletic Association." The constitution and point system of the G. F. A. have been revised so that it now corresponds to the National W. A. A. Because of these revisions and improvements the girls have taken a better interest in Women's athletics on our campus. W. A. A. monograms are to be given to all girls who have earned six hundred points, and a big "M" to be awarded to those Who have earned twelve hundred points. The requirements before a girl can enter a sport are: Sportsmanship, posture, heart examination and team ability. It is necessary that each girl have a complete physical examination by the school doctor and present a certiiicate to the physical director, Mrs. Harry Lapp, before entering a sport. BOARD MEMBERS: Mrs. Lapp Mary Jane McNichol Vanitfl RUC11 Margaret Galbraith Ruth Buxton Florence Gabriel Martha Haldane Caroline Hillis Lucille Scranton Mildred Kump NUMERAL WINNERS Martha Haldane , Ruth Buxton Carolyn Hillis Marjorie Davis 4 Lucille Scranton Alma Wakkila Amy Shearer Mildred K ump V Thelma Wilcoxen Alma Klingler - :- ,. . .---'-mu-'v-:'f:'r . . . ,- 1-1.:::f'-'ff-,rw 4 ' --rx'-"'d'1-c-v 'rf 1 -F5 A-if ..:, -. fv- 1-x.:f..: r--rY.if5,:T-'YQ-,3?""!4F"Eff-'?" 59.1219 if.:f':'F'1kf"fqy uc' 5 .y'w"5'f--'F 'T7f?'f::J"fg2E913-fNei:fyfL.'12Ii ,HXSJ-9 - 13,155 42432 age:-114 fgfni,'S.:a4.gfjf..4S,3Q,ws411: 4f::,ff-ZAvga.-,gj9.1a+fJ+!-P'zC?.v54,.' P '- ., at' " uw 7-f' ?.1. Ji 1, 5 .M -rf :':'- 7' H- T?" -J "F'far -'FU . - '... ' ' 4 ' V T ' ' .f 1: -'Q' .: ' " . ' - ."' , 2131? ' . . V 3::mj5.sfgus?:m:2:y,E:- ,' .-ag ,d1,.,5-:-1gg4vgg,,gQ4i13g'!,q,,.-.-5,?51ygg- fling- f,g,, '?'fe-'Y 1.h 4"r:: 3a,,s'L:,,'+::, :'fv. 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' Girls, Athletics The Women's Athletic Association along with the Women's Physical Educa- tion department has sponsored the athletics for the girls the past year. The sports have been taken up in season with great interest manifested in them, and a quite varied program in which every girl should be able to find a place. Hockey was the prevailing fall sport. One of the gym classes was reserved for the girls who were beginners at the game, and another for those who had parti- cipated before. An intramural schedule was played with the championship going to the Alpha Tau Alphas for the second consecutive year. A game was played be- tween the 'freshmen and sophomores with the freshmen as victors. When the weather became unfavorable for outside sports the scene was shifted to Morgan gym and indoor sports. Volley ball was played in the gym classes and as an intramural sport. The Kappa Deltas proved themselves the best by winning the tournament laurels. T Basketball was the principal winter sport, as in hockey, the ,gym classes were divided. into beginners and advanced classes. The Kappa Deltas won the sorority championship the second consecutive year. A Harvard-Yale game was played with the f'Ely" winning the victory. The sophomores proved themselves superior to the freshmen in an interclass game. V In the spring and fall tennis received its just share of attention. One of the gym classes was reserved for the study of the technique of tennis. A tournament was held last fall with Ethel Klingler and Mary Ellen Rennolds reaching the semi- finals. The conclusion will come this spring when the girls' school championship will be decided. ' . Archery has also found a place in the W. A. A. program with many girls tak- ing part. The girls enjoy this sport very much and a tournament is being planned for this spring. Last spring a new form of recreation made its appearance on the campus when a class of twelve girls chaperoned by Mrs. Lapp, formed a class in horse-back riding under the instruction of Captain Pennel and Sergeant Ashe. The lessons were given by riding about the campus and through the country and woods. Several of the .girls have also taken an interest in golf. Coach Thorpe gave a series, of lessons in the fundamentals and technique to the girls who desired to learn the game. He plans to continue the lessons this spring. These competitive sports were not the only activities of the W. A. A. They also promote skating, hiking and folk and aesthetic dancing, under the direction of Mrs. Eapp. The May Day is ,sponsored by the girls' gym classes with Marion Grant assisting in the instruction. ' 154 2 N 1 I X ul -"'5',- '4f"- -'-.:r.- hav r .- . uh. .- -. .. -NVQ -2':- .. -. f,,'- - 1.'5':,.fW "Emi 'FVQ-f.?' 'P 'fr 3113: 'SC1.,:w -' .wg-gr, ,. - .--:.' 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The quartette has given recitals in Louisville and other neighboring towns, a spring costume recital, a program over radio station WADC at Akron, performed at the all-college formal and gave their costume recital at the music-week program sponsored by the Alliance Music Study Club. - -- M errs uartette The Men's Quartette has just finished a most successful year, it has been in many respects the most active of campus organizations. In looking over the records of the quartette we find they not only played a very important part in every program given by the Men's Glee Club but that they also had some activities of their own. They made their debut in the Masonic play "The Love Pirate." After this first appearance they be- came very much in demand at banquets, farmers' institutes, high schools and chapels. They also broadcast over the radio. V In the repertoire of the quartette were songs for every occasion. The personnel of the quartette was: Roger Brown, first tenor, Lamoine Toole, second tenor, E. K. Bennet, jr., baritoneg Mansell Dunn, bass. Pro- fessor Ashe acted as director, and Oliver Fellows as accompamst. 4. -,- -- X1 W. 4-ff f-V -m:x:n+-f-m-'-:--Q- - YV-, 4,7- " 5W.f 'f.'."5'1"'!.:T If 4,1'5""bV15.z? 'P -'," RST--T 1 - .-' f rf- . -, '- v:-7-A , ' A -Mg" 1.-4 ,4.-- .- " - - , 'ar-4' 0 .. .. . . ' - - - V -N2-ff--,W .,,1.4,fi1,.f' . -M' gr- r-3 "vHf,,s Hg.:-: - gm 4 ' ,.,. IA'-.11 Ln..4':,,,.u ,I -. -. ' I. J A A- .-Q, ,..,,, - 5, b e A N. . 4 ,., 3,-r 4 ...f 1, -. .qv I s Q F "' x .,,:1,.-Ki.. .,,,...,. ,. ix. El L .. V., , ,,-fvr.:Q,.,A... 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In 1919 the fraternity was completely reorganized on a basis similar to that of Phi Beta Kappa, thus making it an honorary scholastic fraternity open to both men and women. A 1 - Membership is limited to five percent of the regular student body and is ll open only to juniors and seniors. l ' The aim of this group is to promote scholarship, fellowship, service, and 7 high moral ideals. ' ' l OFFICERS 5 I President ....... .......... . . .Hugh Crumay , - Vice-President. .... ..... R oberta Lee H' Secretary ....... . . .Evelyn Fetters 1 Treasurer .... . . .Warren Wheeler L MEMBERS Dr. W. H. McMaster ' Dean J. B. Bowman Dr. J. M. Scott . Prof. Forest I. Shollenberger Prof. Eric Echler L Walter M. Ellett Floyd Atchley Leo Battin Foster Brooks Donald Bowman Marjorie Carter Hugh Crumay P Evelyn Fetters Leo Furcolow, Roberta Lee Elizabeth McAuley Thelma McCracken Helen Parsons Edgar Shilts Harold Whitacre Warren Wheeler Harry Lawrence L i- .A J-: -.fm ... . ., -F5012 -,... 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L. f,.il,, l: ' .IQ - ug , ,- dh. -'fgo -9.5 1 -'J ll -.fig .1 4.4,-,H L- ,L f fi gg F -.yijqflr-1 .2 'Zvi '--'tf1'iF 4':"f?5fe7 "-- -'flgqfi . s'f.1.-eii?'!mliE3372J'7f"f ."5'!5"lx'-S",-fig' -rxialflr-f""7"'iEhF-'f' 3f1ff""3?'5'3'Di i"xf'fi5?4 if 1 56,3 .",., ,GR-4 -9 -,-ai! ,gen 15.512-,Y4,.k,,,,a.:.Jvi,A 5-Eu. 7,- ---:,e.: . .f.. 4 I ,IL .., ,Ji-:!,f.-'V 4. .gauze ,Wg ,-H' ., ,A.,. in - . ..Me?:.:Ef.:f'w-i?,f'afe:av:::gf.r..:--mf''-1''f-443 ztagf'-'f " 'TI . ' l' F " . f - Student Senate The Student Senate is composed of representatives elected by the. several classes. The purpose of the organization is to provide a means of communiC2lfL1O1'1 bCfWCCf1 the faculty and the student body and to maintain the traditions of the college. OFFICERS , President. ........ .............. .... E Cl Ear Shuts Vice-President. .... . . . ------ Paul Blxlef Secretary ....... . . . Grace Hutson Treasurer .... ........................ . -. . .Thelma Grimm REPRESENTATIVES Senioys Juniors Madalyn Rexroth AFICHC Risher Gertrude Weaver ffirst semesterj Louise Gross. Vanita Ruch Csecond semesterj Harry Cocklln ,Gordon Ott , Maurice Kelly ' Sophomgygs Freshmen Doris Crumrine Rufus McDonald Lorin Lindamood Paul Ingledue , M lWornen's Student Council The Women's Student Council is an organization which represents all the Women on the campus. Its main' purpose is to organize the efforts of the women of the college in carrying out their plans and ideas. ,This year the council has been particularly active. They have given an all- college tea at Elliott Hall, held a Co-ed Prom, sponsored the May Day pageant, and brought Women of note to the campus who have spoken on subjects which are of particular interest to the modern Woman. The most interesting speaker brought to the college by the council was Mrs. Margaret Story, of Pittsburgh, professional lecturer, who spoke on the subject "Manners and Dress." .OFFICERS ' President. ..... ............... .... E v elyn Bowman ViCCjPI'6Sld6I1't.. . . , , , Gertrude Weaver Secretary ......... . . . .... .... C arolyn Hilles Treasurer. ............ Q . . . P ............ Thelma Varner Ex officio member I Advisory Members Dean Sarah C. Stevenson Miss Elizabeth E. Lichty Mrs. Willes Grant I BOARD MEMBERS . Ruth Buxton Anita Wilson Shirley Buck Ruth Robb Virginia Ingold Agnes .Beck Marjorie Carter Vanita Ruch Virginia Watt Martha Haldane ...tg:,,,.g::57 :'x1"',-"-34:1l-?Y.ff,:"gZ'-Y:"l:li'1.5-"WVIQ' wr 2 'f--.,.r"u-1 if-""""1r A. NI,-' ' 'X 'B 'f ff' 'Dy gl, J 7-fa' - rn 1' X4 ,Mn "',fA' -'ZA' "JH-' My ',.l 'Q"Q'-1 ,.. . - f "wa, " 'A 'ay mf "M 'N lmiuxp.. 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This makes it possible to know where to find a girl most of the time during the day or evening. A Two representatives were sent to the Student Government Board's con- vention in Cleveland. The Board entertained a conference of deans of women and girl students from nearby co-educational colleges. . At each semester examination week the Board served small lunches to the dorm girls on two evenings. This may sound like a little thing but the girls at the time think it means quite a big thing. The Board, as its iinal activity for the year, gave a lovely tea for the senior girls of Alliance high school. Thus, you see, the Elliott Hall Student Government Board is more than merely a "governing body." ' - BOARDS Fi7'S1f S67'l'L6St61' Sgcgnd Sgmggtgy Gertrude Weaver.. . . Evelyn Bowman. Helen Parsons. . . Marjorie Carter.. Virginia Watt. . . Ruth Gledhill. . . Marjorie Patterso ...Pres1dent. . . . .. . . . . .Vice-President. . . . . . .... E .... Secretary ..... . . . . . .... Senior Representative. . .. . . .... Junior Representative. . .. . . . .. . . . .... Sophomore Representative.. . . . . . . . . . . . .Vanita Ruch . . . ..Helen Roath . . . . . .Ruth Buxton Dorothy Nelson Dorothy Snyder .Dorothy Timlin n .... . . .. .Freshman Representative. . . . .... Charlotte Harrison ' urfw-eve-vw-w. , . ' -'f V-1 ?-. , ,,, ,,LmA,,mwW, ut -":" ""' I' 24:5-.1-2--11 .- ve. . .. 'ffqi' 'VY' 14us,ff -',: ' ' 2.'.i':- 'W-YM' 'PVR--QP' 'P Y' J' 3- LY- 7 51,3-' ,vfg-lf., , ,- .5 - ,3- .' -r 'ar HF'-,g,,fv-ff'-425'-5?5,i.'f:s41l!ii4tv.- 5 .fa4'f5'1P'.i'?-ivgglfi'-IHC-W-' 3,1 ,azygugafz-ful, -"-',zc-z'A.f-:-- 7 H-.4 I 2331 H512-i'4sQ :QE ' '..T "l'7nL"'1' I f "--: 5' - 'f?'V':-fgxkfaiff-f3'fi?-:IIPQTP . '. 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Crumay . . . .Maurice Kelly . . . . . .Gordon Ott . . . .Clarence Steffy . . .Frederick Cope . . .Charles Kinney George Reeves George Rawson Edgar Shilts Roberta Lee .Maurice Kelly f . . .Thelma Grimm . . . . .Lelia Turney ..Lowell Patterson . .Donald Bowman Leland Slutz Marjorie Carter Mary Wintzer Webster More Wanda Klingler Everett Chandler Osborn Hutton y Dynamo Association OFFICERS . President. ....... . Editor ............ ' Business Manager .... 1929 Leo ,Battin . Edgar Shilts Leo Furcolow George Reeves .Elizabeth McAuley Ruskin Lamb ....,. I93O Lucille Scranton Clarence Steffy George Gooderham Floyd Atchley STAFF MEMBERS George Rawson Maurice Kelly Kay Moore Ruth Cope Edgar Smith George Leyda William Baker . . .Lucille Scranton . . . . .Edgar Shilts . . . . .Leo Furcolow I I Paul Perkins Ann Wintzer Shirley Buck William Shilts Paul Cassady Frederick Cope 182 -xtzw, -'f:-- J-1 asc.:--ffQ-!.-,.3.,51:..,,,,,u.-,- J-P. 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Many outstanding devotional meetings have been held in the Y. W. A. this year. Miss Ruth' Thomas, of Cleveland, interested the girls in Medical Social Service work. A number of the ministers of Alliance and other interesting persons have lead the Y. W. C. A. in discussions of religious service. The Stevenson Leisure Library of Elliott Hall has been one of the important accomplishments. This library is for the girls of the dormitory and one of its merits is "no lines." T he.Y. W. and Y. M. have begun a Mothers' Day service, which we hope will become a tradition of Mount. A very peppy banquet was held for our champion basketball team and a novel idea "Ye Old Traditionsv was used for Ustunt nite." CABINET u President. ...... .............. .... V e lma Robmson Vice-President .... . . .Virginia Ingold Secretary. ......... ..... A nn Wintzer Treasurer ........... .... R uby Lamont Assistant Treasurer ...... ..... B etty Carter Devotional. Chairman .... .... , Marjorie Carter Music Chairman ....... ..... L elia Turney Library Chairman .... .... L enore Fehr Publicity Chairman ..... . . .Ruth Buxton Social Chairman ............. .... V anita Ruch Social Service Chairman ....... .... E lsie Turner Undergraduate Representative ............... .... R uth Garwood Oxford nioni When the organization now known as the Oxford Union was first established, the name given to it was the Homiletics Club, the membership being confined to men. 'Since' that time' there has been the need of an all-campus organization for men and women who are more or less definitely interested in religious life work. One of the chief undertakings of the Oxford Union this year has been the planning of services of worship to be used in the chapel. Doctor Beck's guidance has been indispensable. In him the Oxford Union has had a most capable advisor. Dr. Ralph E. Davis, of Columbus, and Doctor Gillick, of Nanking, China, are two outstanding men who have addressed the organization this year. W . OFFICERS Patron ......... ............. . .4 . . .Dr. Dwight M. Beck President. ........ ..... M arjorie Carter Vice-President .... . . .George Gooderham Secretary ....... ....... , ...... ........ R u th Mills Treasurer . . . ................................... M. E. Rimmel MEMBERS Wayne Heaston Evelyn McGaffick Edwin Stanley Elizabeth Titus Lucille Hempstead Velma Robinson Franklin Mcllvain Elsie Turner Kei Won Yi Boyd Cubbage William Snowball Charles Wells Virginia Riley will .. .- u,...fe .4 .""""' LA , ...Jkt '. '-4' JF5 -.1 ' 1:3161 -' " ... ...f. 'VZ' 7 " , . .,,:-,aw k,,i..,:uf-115.35-4-QS1.-.5347 -"5,' . .' ,.',' f gif: 1 .--' ' 11 . - -'1,!17":'L4' "T"?'3Ti:4 'fwfik 'xl '3i":?i" I N-.1- fr-'--V , . . '41, L. . WJ , fl' H 1 V3 . . 0. , -f..f,,.'3 '-FV? f- www .ey p -H V 'sg '2'- . 43, ,,,e'z'l- 55.3-',:g1 . 3.5, . A ,..-if 11" - I .,., r. . . . 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Several new things were done by the HY" this year. It sponsored the plan of weekly interfraternity quest night, when each fraternity sent one quest to each of the other fraternities. The "Y" also published programs for the football games and had a very successful employment committee. CABINET President ........ ............. .... H a rold Whitacre Vice-President. . . .......... .... D onald Bowman Secretary ........ ........ I ohn Hogue Treasurer ......... .... K enneth McFall Faculty Adviser ..... ............ .... D r . D. M. Beck MEMBERS Clyde Wiley . Leo Furcolow Frank Krebbs Floyd Atchley George Leyda Herbert Ramsayer Harold Shears Lowell Patterson Evan Morris Stanley Shoemaker Orton Hixon q 4 Gospel Team This year the members of the Gospel Team have been very active. They have visited nineteen different churches, taken over the entire evening service in twenty-one churches, and conducted eleven Epworth League meetings. The usual program used in these services is a play, "The Hour Glass," by W. B. Yeats and three addresses, all given by members of the team. OFFICERS Instructor.. . . .,............... Professor Karl Kettering Manager. .... .' .......... ....... S tanley Shoemaker Soloist ..... .............. .... D 0 nald Bowman ' MEMBERS Donald Bowman Franklin McIlvain Charles Wells Paul Wright Stanley Shoemaker George Burnworth William Snowball Oscar Jacob wig-s 1-saga-uv Xa ,,.-. ,.. ,.. ,-,A.,,g 2 s,- QL I -'f:"w """' -".!5'x-!Y' r ,- l xv, , , , - .g-yin -11' .,,,,- f,,, :-fa-. 1: '32,-1, "'-wvu.:.w- gf- ,v,- 2 Ln- Q. ,- -N . ,. . . , . , , r-,, . , , ..., L.- -1, :.pJ:-,L,'9-- .4..."E',- , Sw--U3-'f f 'P -- - if-a-.A-Y., A :.dJ'fm4mf+-Lw- aiaawww-1, :r -' .. 1 -'- -..- ' - - 1-f-' ' N.-:K Cv 'aff-1-V-V 1' -1' -f I f'.n'K.f'f, -.-- Ln .1 ... -6 ,.-Q.:.1,- -474 1 ,. f 13' ' : - ' .. ' -"iz ff - ,, 1---4 b . f -,.Q,Q-1 'Xi'-11" NAI X, -"if ' 5,.,a, J .,. , ., . . 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'Wa -xfgfgfm hfiff' 1' ff? a '- ll ., .Nt I fig...-,.a 1 - I ng V- ' AV 3, H---gig, " -14.95 " f f .., .1 Q4 J : . L' I.. nl: , .I , - -45,1-stir... - ' ' Purple M ask The Thessalian Dramatic Society, founded in 1907, became in 1926 the Purple Mask. The aim of this organization is to bind together, in one group, those interested in drama and the further study of dramatic art. The club, traditionally, puts on the Campus play and usually gives one other public performance during the year. The club programs are presented at each meet- ing which consists of one act plays, readings and play reviews. From timevto time during the year authorities on various aspects of drama are entertained by this organization. ' The bust in the Shakesperean Garden is the concrete embodiment of the aims of the Purple Mask. OFFICERS President .......... 9 ,... ............. . . .Everett Chandler Vice-President ........... .... .... W a nda Klingler Secretary and Treasurer... . . .... Dorothy Snyder Business Manager. ....... ............ ..... E v an Morris Advertising Manager. ................... ...Edwin Stanley MEMBERS Leo Battin Leo,Furcolow C Helen Henry Dorothy T imlin Marian Ball . Margaret Galbreth George Potts Robert Smith ' Eleanor Baldwin Lucille Hempstead Charles Rosenberg Charles Wells Hanna Boyle Ethel Klingler George Reeves Henry Yaggi Marjorie Carter Howard Leeper Vanita Ruch Ruth Walker Elizabeth Carter Wilber Merideth Sam McLaughlin Paul West Hugh Crumay ' Thelma McCracken William Snowball Clyde Wiley - Q Martha Weimer Frank Cooey Mu Phil Epsilon Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary musical fraternity, installed Phi Chapter at Mount Union College in 1915. The aim and object of the organization is to advance the progress of the art of music in America. Phi Chapter has been very active in the past year. They have given several public programs and have furnished entertainers for various clubs and organizations in neighboring towns as well as those of Alliance. President ............. Vice-President. ......... . Corresponding Secretary .... Recording Secretary. i. . . Treasurer ..... ' ........ Alumni Secretary. . . Warden. ........ . Historian ....... OFFICERS .-..........- ...- f ............. .... Chaplin. ................................ ...... . MEMBERS Grace Johnson ..Estelle Cole Ethel LeFevre Wilda Cholley . Shirley Buck . . . .Evelyn Stahler Gladys Shafer .Shirley Buck Gladys Shafer Rose Boyer Ethel Johnson Marion Davies Grace Scnff Leona Myers N HK ' V" i PWM Z,-37, ""',-".rc.: . ,. , Hig-1ih5n:Hp1..u.uw.- '.'-px flri:-e4,.,. at W.. W I A I H, - ,gh r 1:1-rf. x 3 ,Vg 5 Jul, .,,mgL:I...g.,,'u-..,,-I. A I - ,nl -M K' '51 3 WWA 'vf'4ni, ' ,Hn ff' 'kmgxf Sit-41'-.., L L, 4 v L: Ju AMN vfgifkfn ll S J Sb S 4, af. n-xr ,Mc 5 - N A ':w 4 ' bg I r ll 1- f., 1 ea .syn 52 Q 44,,,,,.w:',1,, ,av-S J PFI.. H x4 1 ferr Q, 1-If 1,50 'Y' I IIA f- Ifj' -2 -gf . 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Each active member is required to work on at least one research problem every year. Alpha Beta Chapter has not lacked for research ability and some of its members are actively engaged in th1s work at all times. - OFFICERS W B Wh 1 President. ....... ............... . . . arren . ee er Vice-President ......... ........... .... T h Elma F. GFIITIIH , Treasurer ................. ----- P 3111 B- C2155-Hdy Corresponding Secretary ................ ..... G race McCord, Recording Secretary ..................... I MEMBERS Dr. J. M. Scott Hugh Crumay Joseph Prince Prof. O. H. Engle Grace Hutson Olin Dlvely Paul Bixler - Fredrick Jose Everett Chandler Evelyn Bowman . Beta P i Theta Floyd Atchley Robert Louthan Lester Emerson Lloyd Maple Philip Gill In june, 1926, 4'Le Cercle Francais" was granted a charter to Beta Pi Theta, national honorary French fraternity. The purpose of this group is toipromote interest among the French students, to advance the progress of literary French in America by study, conversation, travel, interest, and abil- ity, and to ,uphold the highest ideals of a liberal education. To be eligible for membership a student must be of sophomore rank, must be majoring or minoring in French, and must have had two semesters of French with grade "A" or three semesters with grade UB." A OFFICERS President. ....... ............... ..... M a X McLaughlin I Vice-President. .... . . .Elizabeth McAuley Secretary. ....... ............ ....... F r ieda Styer Treasurer ...... ............... . . Foster Brooks - -MEMBERS A Prof. E. C. Ramette Thelma Reed Mary Thompson Ethel Schneider Prof. E. Lichty Roberta Lee 'Virginia Watt I Alma Klinger Agnes Beck Donald Cunningham Dorothy Harrison Alberta Banner Althea Grifiin Donald Bowman Lucille Worrall Sam Husat Irene Conrad Thalia Reed Mildred Thomas Naomi Strawn Ruth Robb Jessie Davis Alvin Herdle Glenn Goss . ,-5 -,.' agfq,-V . e',..g- , wr. ,.,F 1- . . . . xt,:.J,.52..v H , .iw-.,j. Af-,yy-:vu ,Q xv, f ww f ' -.. Sf-Q.-If",.Q3'1Q,r.fp5g3?gfEE,'3x -it-:-as: 1-.. '- - -f ' .. is J N. 1-br.-.,,...,, .. 4- ' QM- -- ,- I'-,t-fm. TY. 1" V . V --5 v ' -"'- ".V'fK' ,. , . ,A '. . . 1 - 5-.?:,4Jwf-..f - -,,'j,.Q g,- L'-5 akq. 'L.1ZE-. -"'5P'f'E'- 118-if-ff. - .-"':' -. A ' fwk " " ' 'W ' ' -I In-NN5iE,Qzw1?ii, .rv :Z-,. l'gJ.!':'.1, gk dai-mais, -3 V., gi., 4 .- 1 ig -,R v, as Q ,wggii -. +.:.+ 1-. - P"-' if ':f'..2 if-1. Fez.-P ., . fr2'14"??-'f?.f:-1E1"?'-71'-Sflf.-'fff':' fi ya., -r. ,Jar .- f - . , - f - - ' . 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' is - --f -4- .. ..2' . - 1 .. 4,14--K.-. - " ' When Greek meets Greek, no matter where or when, They forge a chain, the fellowship of men- T oo strong or true for word or tongue or pen, Knowing that each has been a chosen man, Knowing that each is scion of a clan, Though each has worshipped at an alien shrine, Back in the dear old days of Auld Lang Syne. When Greek meets Greek, it is no matter where The stranger comes from, we are welcome there- Although our badge be cross or shield or square. For hearts beat ever high and handclasps true, Though Sigma Chi he be or Sigma Nu, Phi Delt, Phi Gam, or Deke: And college dreams that bless and sometimes burn, Like half-forgotten memories return. ,When Greek meets Greek. 'Q -qsezeczedy 7' S, 'J i 2,4 .,: P P' Pi, ' 1 rf. '. 194 FRATER ITIE t I 5:9 ng., 'rl' 1, "u'1f -1 -Q ' f-614 -3, 4 ,tr hm JI- "f"""" bf, P5-.lv 7347 w 1 l Y 195 .t 1, ,, -:cfs -- --,.'-.:..1 -. zur gf .,.:yf--I - Lg.-1 : ir- 21 :W 'S-9:1--,' l'37"Z11,4' ATV . -'- 'iflpiiflfi' Q:g:",gf-fn., :rw-v3":'f"i -. 'fm 1,5-fi-5,"'-5' 4 -- 'L I ' -' 2 1' "dwg, J ' ' f.. " ,gi 'L' A-, ' - I ' h',',e,,1'w 21' The Interfraternity Council is an organization formed by a representative from each '4Greek" organization, the presidents usually being the repres- act with the faculty committee entatives. The purpose of this council is to in matters pertaining to interfraternity relations and adopting rules which will affect the fraternities in any Way. ,ilililli Pcmhellenic Council This organization consists of the president and tyvo representatives from each of the national Women's fraternities on the campus. Its purpose is to maintain a high plane of fraternity life and interfraternity relationship, to cooperate with the college authorities in their efforts to maintain high social and scholastic standards throughout the Whole college and to be an open forum for the discussion of questions of interest to the college and fraternity World. The offices of the Panhellenic Council are given to the members in a rotating manner, thus each fraternity is equally represented. ' OFFICERS President ....... ............ R uth Robb-Kappa Delta Vice-President .... ..... N 'anita Ruch-Delta Delta Delta Secretary ....... ..... H elen Parsons-Alpha Chi Omega Treasurer... ........ Arlene Risher-Alpha Xi Delta MEMBERS Ruth Gledhill-Alpha Chi Omega Carolyn Treverton-Alpha Xi Delta Velma Robinson-Kappa Delta Mildred Vondran-Kappa Delta Virginia Ingold-Alpha Chi Omega Dorothy Vernon-Alpha Xi Delta Lucille Scranton-Delta Delta Delta Gertrude VVeaver-Delta Delta Delta AAG an I 1155 '-rv' .'i,!E,' hae-.n .. , ,,, . ,- ., 'f-'fi' '1 1' funk'-f - .2 ' ' ?.'f5':,.'f-34:3 "Y-'V-Xi--L-"' "F",-'Y J' 3-1'--3 .r-'-A,-g...- ,'1!"'m-- , .. 7- :..- .:.., HQ 1i'5f'w.-1 - ':"'x' ff '-fF',"'gfIvy,cl 'wf'?f1' 3:.K 3153323 gf ' f,f.+'f."?3.i fvfftv X 1- j',f'f'- M. Km 01,01 f .1 fi.-mf-4-ff -' -- W " vw fm P Hr w 3 'ul v F, 'S I '3-3 'iw .A U ' rg. H 4- ' 5?'s,"' 4.5 Et 'fp xv: P:-ii i"'w'X'-?'??5' f 3'1I'.:ff L-9' ,fi M ' ' ' 'f :. aj' -: -:E . -:' . ur" ' 'fn '. '-Q ,lifalp an Af' 3,i:. 4 ' gf, -I 5. , .Q Q.. ' i :Iii If -L' .ln 'f'-'fIfW""t,.'-"". . . 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Bennett, J Seth Borton Eric Eastman Bruce Ginther Richard Hiltz Ralph Shank x SOPHOMORES Lawrence Banner Roger Brown Robert Hobbs Evan Morris john Trott Alfred Beach William Doyle Willis Grant Hugh jones Clayton Leyda Leroy Raber Frank Cooey Charles Cattell Leo Furcolow Lewis Teets' Walter Webb Kenneth Brown Oliver Fellows . Arthur Hartzell George Reeves Henry Yaggi John Boyle Roger Downes 'Robert Lauffer Robert Smith Clyde Wiley Howard Ehlers Palmer Jepson Vincent Miller Sam McLaughlin Paul Smith Paul West H :uh 'Tf5 "lv, JK I --G-11.11-., . ' vs. -I I, ,, I. - a1.f1S'7-Ia.-.IufII:I: IH :IIIII6 ,iw I II II- II un iff :h3uh"':" QQ.-',"f a V, . A-.H 4' r,,,1f-',,, , 'fu ,. ffw 'fig lvl ,"'- '-.H?-:.n..- I-,,,. , we - -' W 'Q ff, -..- ,af U -vp 'iM?g34dz"::'-8' 'Il' , I.: ,- . Q' G 'lj' fx- fi. "J ,ev Ip-1 -. 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Engle Active M6lWb6VS SENIORS Paul Bixler Olin i Dively Elton Latta Max McLaughlin Lowell Patterson Foster Brooks JUNIORS Alvin Herdle Ted Kinney Leland Slutz Maurice Kelly C SOPHOMORES Ralph Gray Russell McLaughlin Paul Perkins john Reager Earl Schwab Chalmer Smith Herbert Bair William Bonfield Bryan Cox Robert Dively Wlilliam Leibshner Leon Ritzman William Straw Howard Tanner Paul Wright Q. PLEDGES Clair Huntsberger Harry Lawrence William McCune Ralph Robinson Stanley West Lloyd Maple William Sweezy Jack Williams Charles Kinney jefferson Peltz Howard Pim Charles Rosenberg Harold Shears Edgar Stevenson Walter Webb Lester Bixler Daniel Bryan Frank Diser Philip Heim ,lack Perkins Robert Sluss Robert Miller Harry Winkler Paul Wonders 200 4.2 -'Ti-. '-r-'- .'-,:4,1n..n:-,r .- . mn . , . , ,. , , , , I .'4'Y'f' f'?.:-'if ?1:?'?-wfffn'-. -ff ., .tiff .Q 1--1 . . - .- '. , . if-1-ef-L A-9-31: Jef.-.1 -ff-9..-0? 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Stauffer Active Members SENIORS Harold Burkle Hugh Crumay Robert Louthan Daniel Myers George Potts Carl Rufe Frederick Cope Floyd Atchley Paul Cassady , Harold Bichsel Maurice Helwick William Hyden Charles Marlowe Kenneth Sweet V Clarence Steffy Herbert Whitacre JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Ned Bauhof Wayne Hoover Winston Shilts Curtis Detwiler John Baker 'Glenn Goss Kay More Harold Sweet William Snowball James Wiand Robert Goodman james Beeghley PLED GES Lester Emerson Sterling Melcher Gordon Ott Paul Richardson Edgar Shilts Harold Whitacre John Benninghoff Harry Cocklin Mansell Dunn Philip Gill Harrison Keller George Rawson Harold Schlegel - Elmer Schellhase William Wilson Stanley Shoemaker Lloyd Speelman Edgar Smith Leo Grimes William McMaster Austin Shadle Edwin Speidel Jerry Bennett Thomas Harsh Herbert Sheets 202 f V , 4 'f If Aw! 42 2,3 1 i '.,."5 ,i1',..Q1?'-.l..lQ.. 3 Q lx Q ."lv. '-:"" Jiql LJ 1.91 r .4 A 515, -, , ,- -l"f"Q -lag f Y..-.,'-, .1 ' 1.-.Q-,A '73-'11 'Pvls-w YU- 2. 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Gilky delivered the Commencement address using as his subject, 'fThe Influence of Atmosphere," and seventy-eight seniors and five conservatory students received their degrees. The final events of the Commencement season were the alumnae dinner with the Hon. Atlee Pomerene as speaker and the dedication of the Shakespearean Gar- den. The bust of Shakespeare was unveiled by Professor Eric A. Eckler and Frank D. Slutz, of Dayton, delivered the dedicatory address. Mrs. Ida Leeper Shimp, the instigator of this new beauty spot gave an address in her usual interesting manner. Members of the Campus Play cast appeared in costume of Shakespearels Well known p3.SS3gCS. The summer months presented a lull in the college activities, although many students availed themselves of the opportunity of attending summer school. Those who spent the summer here found enough to do that the time did not weigh heavy on them. With the arrival of September the college took on a new atmosphere and activity was again in vogue. School opened with freshman week, when a few days were given to acquainting the freshmen with the ways of Mount Union and orienting them into college atmosphere. With the arrival of the upper classmen activity began in earnest. The most noticeable change was the absence of two weeks of strenuous "rushing" by the 'fGreeks" and the early appearance of pledge pins on the freshmen. As in former years the interest of the entire school turned to football and Mount's prospects of a winning team. Hopes ran high and all indications pointed to the greatest year in history. The opening game with Allegheny was anxiously awaited that the strength of the team might be better known. Even though Al- legheny administered a very decisive defeat, the purple warriors' hopes did not waver and plans were laid for the Michigan game. The Michigan game had been set aside for the dedication of the new stadium. The gubernatorial candidates of Ohio and the congressional candidates were wit- nesses of the occasion. Professor Morgan was in charge of the dedicatory services. The services were spectacular, but the game following eclipsed all the 'former splen- dor. Catching Mount off their feet in the opening minutes, Michigan scored twice on long passes, but Mount settled down and the rest of the fray was an even battle with Mount having a slight advantage, but not enough to score. 222 -NVQ :iv fffm,if-'f,f'1"Jvff-i':Lf57'f3'1f","FVWFYF If" '-'J' 311'-brian,-I vas:-11'-, ., .. - .- -:. ' f-5. .' r 'rf' "Tp 24-f7Sis"a:5"'XF:v1?fvt'1:T!'j'.':'?t'3.7-'jf'11.f: 1' bfi.-,Vq '.'f2'w7"f1i'f-5+7f.'1"f34:Xf1' 45r,Naf,,:5:-mf-.,,. -q . .gf -f- ,f 1 ' 1-if' -r:.lff--.' : -' "?F""w H in '1-Ff--9 H -,fn 1'-"si"J1.er' "BV--"'41'.--ful-1'fT .fH'.:44-"f.Ikf, "2-'r f " -7 ' ' ' -' Ven sig: ' 'A h- '- ' .- ' . f U v" - I .-Q --'.' A --- 1 , : ,T 'z - -:. .' . --.. -, ,. ., ., .- 5 F. .. 1 . 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Hockey gave way to volley ball when the weather no longer permitted outside contests. With the coming of the basketball season, basketball became the dominating sport. Interest in intramurals in both men's and womenls leagues was very keen and the races for championship laurels hotly contested. Mount not only made a name for herself in athletics but much attention was given to other activities. The men's glee club was the best in the history of the school. Under the direction of Professor H. Coleman Ashe they developed amaz- ingly. Many programs were given in neighboring towns and the climax of their endeavors, was the home concert and their trip to the State contest at Columbus. Although they did not win the contest they were mentioned highly in the rating of the clubs contesting. The quartette was a delightful addition to the club and their services were in great demand. v The interest in debate this year far surpassed any previous year and as a result two teams represented Mount in forensics which were not defeated in a decision debate. Most of the debates were non-decision, but among those which can be included to their credit was a debate with Northwestern University. The event which caused, perhaps, the greatest sorrow on the campus was the death of Bishop Henderson. Although the Bishop was not an alumnus of Mount Union he was a very good friend of the college and has done very much for it. He had a well deserved place in the heart of the Mount Union family and it was with great grief that we learned of his unexpected death. The social side of the college life was not entirely neglected amid all the other activities. For some time the need of more and better alllcollege social functions had been felt but no step had been taken in that direction until this year. The va- rious organizations, as usual, had 'their social functions but these can not fill the need of college supported social activities. The Women's Student Council took the first step by sponsoring an afternoon tea and open house at Elliott Hall to which all students and friends of the college were invited. The desire of the students for all-college socials was manifest by the attendance at this tea. The next in line was the all4college formal held at the Coun- try Club. It was in the form of a musical reception 'and again the students re-- sponded almost intact to support the affair. 226 , V V, .5 ' " -w,-Q. t 0 - ,MN .,,.,, ,. , 1:1415 ,,-1, v - - '.- 0,1 x..v: ,r .. A 1, , 4-13:-Sfga.. . , , :, ff -g f.. 1 .Q :, J ..., 7... ,,H:,.,, ',,,we!-,..L,?,,:c .bf If K pq- .tial l. iq,-.W I 4 U -,-- ,. 1.. ," ,x -fn' , 9v.1,:.- 3- L.,--N,-1 -. 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We are beginning our spring sport season, which promises to be the best for some time as there are several veterans on every team and many sophomores who show promise of being valuable assets to the teams. The girls are expending their time and efforts in preparation for May Day, and present indications are that it will be even bigger and better than last year, which means that a great deal of preparation will need to be made. Perhaps one of the outstanding events of the near future will be the appearance on the campus of the fifth National Social Fraternity. The Sigma Xi Lambda, local social fraternity, will be installed as Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Pi. One of the outstanding features of this-event is the fact that Alpha Kappa Pi was founded by Dr. A. H. Wilson an alumnus of Mount Union. The whole school is looking forward to the middle of june when the year closes, the underclassmen with the thought that they will be advanced a year in standing and the seniors with anticipation of what the world has for them. Thus, as we look back over the yearvve can see that ithas been quite success- ful. Of course, there are things that could have been better, but may We profit by our experiences and make the succeeding years greater and even more profitable. 'R .ui HF . I 1 rr X OR 2' .4-Q' ,.-f Z . ii- Y X, N X XX ' .....TL-, - 1 i ' ' l i Q . ' , '.-eg? 1?if'w ' if -fr QQ,'h'1'."kn' - .ur f-- 1,54 .M -S r . L- . ,,,-,,.,,.'?. T5--Y WW 'V' f - ar-.. -aWL,f.L4,. in ,, , ,...-.. -.,.. 'us '- . ,nv-.-A --', 3P.Qg,fg"",g,i ar- 0 W., k-,. Q -,,.,,. , A, - 229 . , 4 -. . ,- .. . uf:-:f':,',. -mf J. . T"':'F'7 at-:.'-WTI-1: FT'-u'r" 'f . 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I t 1 1 . e There seems to be no good and sufficient reason for this section's appearance between these sacred covers, nevertheless, it is the custom, and Mount Union is a hotbed of tradition. Therefore, be Warnedf- if itis in your nature to be offended at feeble humor and impertinent criticism, do not venture into the pages beyond. If curiosity compels, do not, we pray, interpret What there you find as malicious, salacious, audacious, or contumnacious. We have meant it all as good, honest fun and as such may you be pleased to accept it. To All Ye Children of Mount Union: A What transpires between these infamous pages concerns neither one nor another. Insofar as these pages may be addressed to anyone, they are dedicated to the great god Pan. Therefore, children of fair speech and innocent jollity, lend us your ears and spare your tongues. To the god of earth our oblations are offered 3 to the smiling Goatish One who bears With complacency taunts, jibes, jests, puns, and all that which savors of the contumnacious. He hears, smiles or nods. He is beyond good and evil. So, let not the lesser ones among us take offense. For all here is Written down in kindness, in jest, and in great good humor. I 1 sslggwhgjfv 21" ,.".!f-.1n..n2,j:F',g'1?.,ueu..uvu-.-.F .-P spy 7 ,' :Pda L1 I' .: 1 5 S.. Y: .L D ' f-ffr .HL 7 1.1.2. 3' .- -':'- ', .111--'I' F51 ,"':. - f- -' I-11-PM , I., , D '- 'f V? 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He looked like a guy who had iiunked an exam and packed his things to go And the pin that flashed from his tattered lapel was the pledge pin of A. T. O. Some girls climbed down from the old clock tower and the stranger they chanced to SPY There were four Tri-Delts, three Alpha Xis, and maybe an Alpha Chi. The Kappa Deltas staggered past, all crim- son at the lips And two of them were acrobats and turned some nasty flips. A Sigma Xi, without his key, unlocked the inner door A half a dozen Tri-Deltas danced "Black Bottoms" on the floor. A Sig Alph lolled against a keg of Prexy's best home brew A Phi Tau bummed a cigarette from a low- browed, Sigma Nu. The strangers eyes drank in the scene as the Sig Alphas drank the brew. A Kappa Delt, she winked at him and then at a Sigma Nu But the Frosh, who was pledged to A. T. O., exchanged no looks with these He -swept the room with a look that was hard and cold as an Arctic breeze. His-eyes went rubbering round the room, he seemed in a kind of a daze, 'Till at last that old piano fell in the way of his wandering gaze. A Phi Tau, drunk with too much tea, had fallen off the stool A So the stranger stumbles across the room and sits there like a fool. Then he clutched the keys with his skinny hands, that jazz hound sure could play! Did you ever work on the second shift when the moon was awful clear And long for a chance to break away and nibble some co-ed's ear With only the hum of the slot machines like the clang of the chapel bell? Then you've a hunch what music meant- hopelessness, hunger, and hell! And hunger not of the college kind that is soothed by a red-hot dog, But the gnawing hunger of ship-wrecked men, who are lost in a deep, dense, fog. For a iireside far from the cares that are, four walls and a roof above, And an armful of saucy and fair co-ed to smother, to squeeze, to love, While the cuckoo clock, in its bedtime talk said the midnight bus had gone- Then you've a hunch what music meant, for you've walked home in the dawn. , The freshman pledge set our teeth on edge with his weird and doleful jazz, In his striped silk shirt, that was glazed with dirt, he turned and he gave the razz To the Kappa Delt, whose wink he'd felt, and he sneered at the Alpha Chi. And "Folks," says he, "You don't know me -I don't give a damn, not I. f'But some low churl has stole my girl and I'1l wager a case of brew t'That the dirty cur who eloped with her is that dangerous Sigma Null, Then we ducked our heads! the lights went out! two frat pins flashed in the dark! The Alpha Xi's fell over the cheese in iinding a place to park The lean Sig Alph caught a Canton car, not knowing what else to do While the rest of the guys just covered their eyes to hide what they knew was true. Then the Dean appeared and the Hall was cleared, and somebody brought a light There were broken chairs and sleek black hairs-my gosh, but that was a iight! And we caught one look at the Sig Alph cook as she winked at the speechless crew ll ln a striped silk shirt that was glazed with dirt he sat, and we saw him sway. And there on her gown as she skipped down town was the pin of the Sigma Nu! . . . 2. gf- r w. -f'1"!C'f"2'3q.- -N , :"'l x5f:1"'f2I"'11'. I 'f3?f'?-'1'4f'?f. 5 ..,:.u, '-fr-4",-f-f+sf'-'ff-.tm 'i"3'i1""i"i-'rl.f. 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This cross little man as it me whv I had come to college. That stopped me for a minute, but then I thought, and said, I want some of this culture." Then he told me about Arts and Sciences, and I told him that I didn't care anything about scientists. He said, "Well, what about an Arts course? You know, dearie, that I just couldn't blurt right out that Ma had told me to beware of artists, because she says they are very immoral people. So I ended by telling him to. use his own Judgment. This seemed to please him very much, so he laid me out a bunch of nice courses.. He even had one of his laborers show me where I had to pay for it all. I think I'm just gomguto love college. There are some other cute girls here too, but tonight I am just a teeny bit homesick for my dear little girl friend. Do you ever see Jim? I miss him too, but Ilm afraid hell never have any . ambition, jerking sodas instead of fitting himself for the at me today, he almost spoke, and I hope I wasn't too bold when I smiled back. Ma bigger things of life. A cute boy smiled has told me of the problems every young girl has to face. Well, I hope he's good looking. I must close now. Please write and tell me all the news from Haug Love, MAMIE. I Junction. . ' September DEAREST MAZIE: Well now, Mazie, I am a real sure-enough co-ed. But that isn't all. Listen some 2 5th. nice girls told me I am pledged to a nice club with a ,Greek name. They told me that all the nice girls who wanted to have fellows belonged. These sorority houses are places where you can take your fellow and be quiet together, alone. It is more fun. Of course there's some things to learn but they told me it wouldn't be any harder than the Girlis Reserve down in Haug Junction. They have the sweetest parties, and they all told me how pretty I was, and then they put this pin on me, and then they talked to some other girl. Of course, they said that the fellows were just wild to have dates with all the Kappa Eta Pis. That's the name of it, isn't it too cute? And about that, I must tell you, honey that I am practicallyin love, yes, I really arn. Remember that nice boy I told you about who smiled at me? Well, he's the one. He has dark hair, brown eyes, and he's so intellectooal looking. He came right up to me at a party they had for the new students, and said, "My name's Don Burt, what's yours?" Well, I was so thrilled I could barely talk. In fact, I was practically speechless. Then he asked me would I have a glass of lemonade? I replied I certainly would. He talked to me so nice I was sure it was love at first sight. Then he walked back to the dorm with me and asked me for a date the next night. Of course, I could hardly wait, and when he came I was all in a flutter. He was quiet too, and I knew that was a good sign so I took him to the Kappa Eta house. We sat for a long time and he held standing a girl here in college would get along well together, what can a weak little girl like time, then he tried to kiss me. I t l d my hand and told me how lucky he was to have found so under- so far away from home and Mother. I told him I hoped we then he put his arm around me and I told him he mustn't, but me do? Anyhow I liked it. Well, it went on like that for some h s rugg e and fought, but it didn't do any good and anyway t ere' was a love-light in his eyes and I knew True Love had come to me and ,we would be married sometime and have a bungalow and maybe some little Golden haifed tots W t , , i . - . e wen on kissing for a long time, then I had to go in. You can't imaginle how happy Love has made me. It's tl ll th h ' ' ' wor 1 a e orrid professors like the English one who bawls you out and swears . - .D siongeghgigg awful in class. You must come down soon and see me, Mazie, and meet my Won- er u on. . . Love and kisses, I MAMIE. ll ' -"':'w "f"' -'4fG'k-!Y'l .1 -X1!l. u- V- . -EWG -1'1'- 1 -.ff ?J'5?'W'?"1L 'PV45-',f" "'..'-"r Z-1'-7 if-u a.-' nfs:-:lv-.L . - .- ' -. :-. ffiif.-ff? 3w'f 7'F f 'af ' i2i?.Z2f"f's'5f,-:4fy3:ff?2f3l il?3f:.-:'m5,,'F-9:4-.Q ij.,'3"'ffZfT3'T-ff27:'f,g'j3?'f4fNf1''21r.164-+g3:157.311"11'.,g5.zfy:,'-we'gg: ., 'f.:f., ,,r.,f.:ig.,-- 4 ' .7 , arg- 1 . , .. -,4- - - . l .'-'Q-'f-g'!4-4-I . ...jr gr aw-4 wan. ' 1 -:2.-.2':- -Ga ge.-, 1sfi.iEf!Qggf-, ,-ggq., i. ...., wg t- - H :viii 1- 54 , ' . .. - ., .. ,gr -4-4--' 2-5. -A -.--r- 1-' '-' 7 1 .-. .- " - , -, . ' Ji --g, .-. ,xi -Q tu' 1,-If L, HT.. :1',1fvlg,,.f!:f4.gg, -,-1 .3..45.:.-11 e3g'f.g:'?,,.'.-k3,,f1,.'sff., IjggifllfI-ff,?!g'gg1:-54,-123715..,g:-,,fi.-'gg'7:35. .5v2.5G1Ei. IHIQQIIAH5- - '- - - , . A M, I J Y ' 1- 'l : ' ' -.. ,"'7 -1-.:..'j-...,-su,-e.".i,.1 I-fe. V.-A-wr"-1 Sororities Sororities at Mount Union have fallen upon evil days and evil ways. Possibly the most degenerate males now prowl- ing the campus might have some hope of reformation were it not for the invid- ious influence of those creatures known as sorority girls. As in the beginning, manls downfall is yet traceable to Za femme, but not all of the blame falls upon her slender shouldersg for, like the moth that flies heedlessly against the on- rushing headlights, thereby sadly damag- ing his frail cerebric shell, Mount Union men rush to their various dooms most joyously. Who knows how many inno- cent, trusting males have left school, have been thrown out of school, and have flunked out of school because of some sorority girl's caprice? Who knows? CI don't.j There IS some slight evidence favor- ing a sorority's excuse for existence. It is claimed that girls from sororityless colleges play a terrible game of bridge, the inference being that sorority houses are to the college girl what women's clubs are to her elders, and that they take care of her until she is old enough to drink. At sorority houses 'girls are trained in the art of womanly repartee so that they may be able to hold their own against the larger and more expe- rienced felines of the world. Again, sororities serve in the capacity of matri- monial agencies, which, in this day of revolt against marriage, is a very fine thing indeed. All 'this is indeed excellent, but-as an illustration of the depths to which Mount Union sororities have descended, may I remind you of an intensely human little episode involving one of our very best grade sororities? One might call it a dramatic incident and entitle it, "What 1 Price Ashes Hauled?" The above-men- tioned sorority contracted with a poor, struggling ash man to remove a cellar- full of ashes which Cby said sorority's confessionl had been accumulating for four years. Having labored diligently for upwards of two months to remove the debris, the ash man duly presented his bill. Imagine his embarrassment when payment was refused! Crushed and hurt, the unfortunate man instituted legal action to recover his just and prop- er compensation. What happened is history-a horde of decorated, silk-stock- inged, flamboyantly garbed, totally un- principled sorority girls invaded the court room, insulted the plaintiff, ogled the jury, and corrupted the judge. Re- sult: an abortive decision denied to the poor ash man payment for hauling the sorority's ashes. Where is justice? Where is honesty? This is another example of the ,woeful lack of ethical standards among the younger generation. Worse, it demonstrates the lengths to which women will go to wreck suffering on the male of the species. We view with alarm this tendency. Another organization on the campus has won the title, whether by fair means or foul, of "The House That Purity Built." It is rumored that this sorority requires all males who enter their portals in search of the elusive sex to make out and file a complete declaration of in- tention. This is read and passed upon by a committee composed of the Chief Grand Vestal and several of her acolytes. The result of this amazing procedure has been to virtually insure a steady crop of husbands. Never has a Purity Leaguer languished in single damnedness. While just a short way ,down the road the daughters of sin romp in antic abandon, but they, ah! Hthey are just the kind of 233 , , Q ., . . ,, ,W -- f11v""' .- uf - ---.---1--.-.-:'f",' N , -.-.Av ., ,-.. I-fat: 4,5 L.: 2,j,.f'Jf,?:'::ze-ggyaglgw' , Q .,' -.' 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You have seen much good mixed with little evil, much high-hearted mirth with few shadows. You have, as a matter of fact, listened with indulgence to the bilious broodings of a confirmed misogynist. , V mm: i f -. -: T .. I XX Avg. T f TQ an ,,, HQ, fx' U... K, txgxuil .. g iT'lT:f4'f xl. i X X T WN-U A. T. 0. Notwithstanding the fact of their lo- cation within a bottlels throw of Chap- man Hall, the A. T. O's have much trou- ble in arriving at classes on time-that is, when they go at all. The location of their house presents numerous difficulties to those habitually infesting it. Probably the most serious is the necessity for care- ful veiling of their frequent orgies against the vigilance of nearby author- ity. Prospective pledges are given to understand that the fraternity has such a pull with the faculty tthrough high scholarshipl that interference never ma- terializes, but the rest of the school know better. The second locatory fault dwells in the topography of the front lawn. As the house occupies the summit of a steep, slippery hill, practically all of the boys at one time or another have known the experience of staggering laboriously up the hillside only to stumble and roll to the bottom where a specially constructed ditch checks their descent. Quite often a fallen brother is unable to get up and so is forced to sleep there for the rest of the night. A stand- ing committee make the rounds every morning at seven o'clock to escort such unfortunates to the shower bath and get them into shape for classes. Aside from that, the most serious problem facing the A. T. O's is that of securing pledges. However, this has been solved by building up an elaborate system of kidnapping, drugging, and coercion. A prospective freshman usual- ly so loses his self-respect after spending a night in their unspeakable habitation that he is ashamedto pledge up to an- other fraternity. Thus the Blackfeet, as they are called, perpetuate themselves at Mt. Union. The other fraternities might possibly tolerate the Blackfeet it it were not for their predatory habits. A common com- plaint is that unsuspecting Sig Alphs and Sigma Nus are often lured into the A. T. O. gaming dens under the impres- sion that a prayer meeting awaits them. A few hours later they come forth with innocence lost and pockets stripped, wiser and poorer men. In an organization so confirmed in common criminal tendencies, we find it hard to pick out isolated examples of notorious individualism. A few, however, may be mentioned. There are the pair of handsome brutes with the athletic smell and their hordes of worshippers among the high school girls. There are the tough boys who smoke devilishly and talk from the corner of their mouths qiltglgyg- 1::?i:.'-,ii.if.::f-Y J-Siipw-1-1. -f,:3,,z- ,ugfgnvzwih , ,. I JA.,-hiyfr v:.?gL.f.F. -4 vb It 2 . :U-1 I- ':un-4.Wf": f F 'fir ' ff2gfP:5I:jf?rf 5 i f 1"3a 'F'-Gr.-fin ,:?E"Qfl f- eigg-QF: ,ljv. .'- 1, '- .- bl 1' ,.:Q-:fi " " ' .,.' U' In - I ' ll ,r 'Z " 1 ' I ' . and go in iforl Y. M. C. A. There are ,Mephistophelian smile, he stepped for- those who intrigue w1th innocent young ward and raised his hand. girls by composing horrible poetry en- H . . . . rv - - utled W1-O .n S0 Vlclous have Silence. he breathed hisslngly. these practices become that a movement to push the house, lot, and vermin there- of all into the campus lake has been seriously considered by even the more conservative elements of the student body. ' , Alpha Kappa Pi fnee Sigma Xi Lambdaj Morro: .'5Washed in the blood of the Lamb." Much-bescrubbed, high-minded, seri- ous, oh! so serious. As a little mouse, I entered. A wise little mouse, albeit a pure little mouse. What did I hear? Listen my children and you shall hear. A feverish group of Alpha Kaps had gathered darkly in one corner of the room, heads together, eyes flashing fire, and brows closely knit. I crept nearer until I could hear what they were con- niving at. Alas, dear, that I have lived to hear such iiendish plots: The repro- bates were discussing ways and means of recovering the scholarship cup which, they said, had been stolen from them by another organization. The first spoke: "My lands sakes! but I'll be exasperated if we do not ob- tain the coveted prize anon! What avails the labor we expend, if the - Club wins the distinction that is right- fully ours? H Said the second: "I have a plan. I-Iark ye, brethren of the Holy Fleece, to my idea. Let us join the Oxford Union in a body, so pleasing the faculty that we may easily bamboozle them into giving us not only a scholarship cup, but, what is far better, two scholarship cups." "Huzzah! huzzah! cried the assembly. But a third Alpha Kap did not join the "That is but the scheme of a child. Let us act as men of courage and decision. I have concocted a method which involves not only recovery of the scholarship cup, but a fulsome revenge upon the wily desecrators of our sacred honor. At the next full moon, when the Club has retired to its several couches, we will steal into its respective pantries and"- his breath came in , short pants-Hand drop arsenic in their coffee pots? As the last speaker ended, his listeners were frozen statues of attention. For a moment they exchanged glances, then with one voice shouted their approval of the scheme and fell to discussing details of its fulfillment. Horror-struck, I scurried from the room by the nearest knot-hole, terrified at my recent nearness to such vile mach- inations. I had traversed fully half the distance to my abode, when the whole absurdity of the thing flashed into my mind. The -Club drinks nothing but milk, with tea on Sundays. Let the Alpha Kaps try to poison them by put- ting arsenic in the -Club's coffee! just let them try!! ' aw D.. 1212 55 '15 5 W .lllllll Ill W Q 'AI lilll l l"l aff m I' IUIIIIIU fa aff sm i' f u L5 ff-2 A211654 4 F KN! -1' LLL o fl VI others in their enthusiasm. 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Snakes, we are told, have the capacity to swallow their young, retaining them in their stomachs until danger is past, then allowing them to issue forth. I4I3 South Union is just such an ignominious hideout. Rather than presenting a bold, snake-like countenance to the world, they retreat, drawing their tails behind them. Of these snakes there are various spe- cies. I shall recount the features of a few of the less 'odious ones: The Chief Grand Snake is the most odoriferous punster yet let loose by the hounds of Hell. No occasion too solemn, no place inauspicious, for the exercise of his exacerbating wit. People who see him notice his detached air, brothers in- form me that he is really putting that much-worked cortex of his through all sorts of perverted mental gymnastics. Result: one epigram, pun, homily, motto, aphorism, laconic, bushwaugh. Recently the Muses have moved off Parnassus, and are located next door. "Oh where is my lustful lamb tonight, His hair slicked down and his trousers tight?'l This is the song they sing at the sec- ond most beautiful house in Alliance when a certain sawed-off, hammered- down, toothy, marcelled, pink-cheeked youth struts forth for ,amorous adventure. "Oh, the snakes they are a funny race, 77 Some of the snakes have developed themselves until they are somewhere be- tween the anthropoid ape and man, They beat their breasts, have hairy chests, and go in generally for the late lamented Walter Camp's daily dozen. T hey are, in fact, quite man-like, nearly human. These gentlemen, to use a word which is in exceeding ill-repute at their domicile, are the envy of girls for miles around. The females so enamoured are practically infants, but what is age when true love intervenes? At any time one may find athletic-smelling brutes chin- ning themselves, skipping rope, boxing, fencing, ping-ponging, croqueting, throw- ing their weaker fellows into showers, and otherwise differentiating themselves from those pallid souls who develop muscles in head rather than in biceps. Then there is the Most Collegiate ele- ment: specialists in well-bred voices, cow-licked hair, raccoon coats, doggy roadsters, potent way with the women. Tremors, shivers, thrills, and something approaching an earthquake occurred in the hearts of the Elliott Hall collegians when these final perfect products first strutted the campus. The tumult and the shouting have died, but the Grand Eminent Omnipotent Collegian lingers on. Peace to his bones! We have finished our little journey, children. Now, like all good stories, this one has a Moral. Never, never, upon the value of your heads, allow yourselves to be lured, persuaded, induced, seduced, cacoleted, or otherwise moved to enter that naughty, naughty den. Your lives, your reputations, yes, your .ery honor is at stake once you have entered those grim, though enticing, portals. All man- ner of goblin, ghost, witch, elf, satyr, tripe, and whifflepoof reside there. Be- ware the Snake! Phi Kappa Tau Campus gossip has it that the Phi Taus will surely have their new house paid for within forty-eight years, but ye editors doubt it. Situated at the corner of the campus, the new house is admir- ably located for the preservation of the well known Phi Tau morality. For, as most of you know, these hypocrites have 2.36 . ullzuh U 5-, '- rv' ,Jar ng na 1.'.rn:-a?..nx-.,.uh3x5 .51 rf, Q, , , .PJ ' -iyggjggrr .-,,5.,!',,:'f'iYZz?, .. .- , . , . ,. , ,. . . - 1 - f----9 - , 'rv-fx-'-4'f if--' :NI ...LJ ., ., W- . ifjty-9 - iff 5 ., b L -. .. ..,.,x 1-V, -'agar gyms, r '. 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Even granting that the Phi Taus have sufficient intelligence to get through school without cheating in examinations, ,why should the privilege be denied to the rest of the school? On the surface it would seem that they are attempting to eliminate from Mount Union College all athletes, Sig Alphs, girls, Sigma Nus, di- lettantes, and normal I. Q's-leaving only the influential, the highly intellec- tual, and the Phi Taus. The chief function of Phi Taus on this earth seems to be that of manning the chapel gates and running the chapel ticket concession. Evidently there is nothing they will not stoop to, merely for the sake of wielding a despoticpower over their fellow men. Nz! x x .QB f K XP, Q uan X , XF? ,,,, , u M g llfail i 005555 X it U fffmiwiwl ll it Q Sigma Alpha Epsilon A preponderance of evidence marks the "Sleep-and-Eaters" as undesirable in any collegiate whirlpool of respectability. Naturally, one must make apologies to certain four-footed members of the fra- ternity who, with "bull-dog" tenacity, gain one's admiration. A stranger might think that all of these "esels" attain this category, due to their night prowling, but the Solomons of collegiate circles know differently. V These sharks, however, playing bridge admirably and poker abominably, cut through a four year loaf with the help of a chronic "indigestion" which passes out- side their malingering circle and affects intelligence with true cramps. Admiration, of course, must be ex- pressed for any group of beings who can enter circles of society and remain there over long periods of time. It requires, however, the stoicism of a Seneca, an Aurelius, or an Epictetus to suffer them to pass on their nightly paths, Without absorbing any of their prevalent degen- eracy. - The S. A. E. satellites flicker dimly from the besmudged reflectors of their characters with a conceit that is refresh- ing. Common thought dictates that some dark night when they tread this path, that we shall hang them all from the nearest blades of grass, in hopes that they shall hang long enough to refresh part of nature's handiwork. Their emblems, by general condensation are the crab-apple and the quince. One cannot but be thankful for their inabili- ties because Grecian courts need a con- stant supply of jesters and jacks. These striped kitties of the collegiate backyard lure many into their folds, and after fre- quent association the newcomers must dress in black and white or die a pungent death. Minerva and the lion grace their shields they say, but we know different ly it is Mrs Wiggs and a daschund look ing after the cabbage patch ,,, - .-'-:-. '-f'-- .-f,:f..1i..-2-,F .- . uf-., ,.,, ,. 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Ursula fstartingj: Why, Dick, are you trying to plagiarize Shakespeare? Well, if you will have it "Is it possible Disdain should die while she hath yet such meet food to feed it as Signior Benedick? Courtesy itself must convert to disdain if you come in her presence." Dick: No, I didn't intend to plagia- rize friend Willy. It was just a slip of the tongue. .But come, tell me all about yourself. Are you still the man-hating vestal? Ursula: Oh, decidedly! I don't care a snap for any man I ever saw-even Harry here-and that goes double for you, too, Dick! Dick: The compliment is returned, my dear Ursula! I hate you more than any woman I ever hated. You make me grit my teeth with rage every time I think of you. Ursula: Dick, you are my dearest enemy. I don't know how I'd exist with- out the canker toward you in my soul. Amelia: Come, come, you two! Stop haggling. The prom is forming. Hurry! CExeunt all but Ted and Ameliaj Ted, I have a big scheme. You heard both Ursula and Dick quote from "Much Ado About Nothing." Do you remember the Benedick and Beatrice plot in it? Well, I'm always sure, when I see them together, that Dick and Ursula are in love with each other, and that they need something to crystallize their emotions. Now, suppose we work that plot and see what happens tonight? other-brains and looks, both. It's a bargain. fSeal bargain with kiss. Exeuntj SCENE II.: The same. Later. CEnter Ted and Dick.j Ted: I'm positive of it, Dick. Ursula talks to you the way she does because she's half afraid to show that she's in love with you. But Amelia says itis a fact. She even keeps one of your photos, taken from an old annual, in a scrapbook. She pretends she dislikes you because you've never even had a date with her- never asked her for a date, in fact. Now, I half believe you came here with the sub-conscious desire of seeing her. She has always been able to get more of a rise out of you than any other girl I've ever seen you with. Dick: I didn't know that at all, Ted. But I don't think it will be hard to fall for her. She's a beauty, and she's in- dividual. I had one of those unrequited affairs three or four years ago. I don't -think I care to cause her any of the sort of suffering I went through then. We'11 see how it works. CEnter U rsula.j Good evening, again, dear friend, Ur- sula. Tell me -1. Ursula: Donlt call me "dear friend"! I dislike to have anyone call me "dean" Dick Qasidej: Poor, dear girl. I be- lieve she does look at me with a sad look in her eyes! Ted: Dick, letls go outside for some air for a minute. You and Ursula al- ways heat a place up so that it's un- comfortable. Ursula: Well, Ted, you know how Dick always arouses my temper.. Out of my sight, and be quick about 1t! Ted: Sounds line to me, .little match- maker. They are well suited to each 239 fEx6li71l Dick and Ted. 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