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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY TH: SENIOR CLASS or MOUNT UNION UULLEGE, ALLIANCE, onro 4. of 1938 - - WILLIAM TROUTMAN . E D I T O R . JHCK BALE . BUS.MGR. . ESS GE EDITOR - William Tmuzmn BUSINESS MANAGER -Jack Bala 1150 Sow- Union. Alliance, Ohio no Haiuhom, Alliann, Ohio TI-IE UNONIAN 1938 Year Book ofMount Union College ALLIANCE, OHIO June l, 1958 Students of Mount Union College: A college yearbook is a collective diary ln which are recorded the most vivid and most interesting happenings of the college year. A faithful rec- ord of college events will present the most colorful individuals and groups. It will devote fewer pages to academic pursuits and intellectual accomplish- ments than to campus life. To the reader unacquainted with college life the yearbook may seem to neglect books and to deal unduly with persons. But 1 college, because unfolding life itself is the overwhelming interest, perso become its subject matter. College students study persons as well as book and the yearbook is the term paper of the major course. The value of a college yearbook increases from year to year. Years after graduation, I hope, the possessors of the Unonian will prize it as a aid and a stimulus to memory. Your children will pore over it and grand- children will ask for explanations of obscure references to activities. I memory a visit'Wll1 be paid to the campusg a smile will come to aging face but the questioner may still be left uncertain of the meaning. n Us 51 Tl n S7 Happy that graduate who takes with hls dlploma the satisfaction of en- during interests, and consciousness of growing power, and withal a host of friendships. May the 1938 Unonlan serve to recall to you in days-to-come happy, fruitful, years on the campus and in the classroom. With these thoughts in mind the staff presents the Unonian of ninetee hundred and thirty-eight. Editor n ontents . I. the FACULTY 2. the SENIORS 3. the IUNIORS 4. the FRATERNITIES 5. the ORGANIZATIONS 6. PHYSICAL EDUCATION 7. the FEATURES DEDICATED TO .... And to Mrs. Isabella McMaster, his wife, in appreciation of her gracious and pleasing personality, her cooperative spirit, her tacttul methods of guidanoe, and her sincere love for Mount Union College, we, the class ot nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, gratefully dedicate this Unonian. li To William Henry McMaster, A.M., DD., l..l...D. President Emeritus ot Mount Union College, scholar and citizen of the world, educator and man of letters, our beloved counselor and friend, do We, the members of the class of nineteen hundred and thirty-eight, attection- ately and respectfully dedicate this Unonian. 7 the FACULTY MELVIN W. HYDE, AM., Ph.D. Dean of the College SARAH CORWINE STEVENSON, I-LM Dean of Women 1 0 GEORGE FRANKLIN LAMB, A.M. ---------- Professor of Geology Ohio University, Ph.B., '02, Ohio State University, A.M., 'O5, University ot Chicago. With Mount Union, September, 1905-. ISAAC TAYLOR HEADLAND, A.M., S.T.B., Ph.D., D.D., Litt.D. Dr. I. W. Fawcett Professor of Religious Education Emeritus Mount Union College, A.B., '84, A.M., '88, Ph.D., '01, D.D., '11, Boston University, S.T.B., '90, Coe College, l..itt.D., '13, Emeritus, '37. With Mount Union, September, 1914-. BENJAMIN FITTS STANTON, A.M. ------- Associate Professor of Education Oberlin College, A.B., '97, University ot Michigan, Harvard University, A.M., 'OO, With Mount Union, September, 1915. GEORGE ARTHUR CRIBBS, A.M., Ph.D. ---' - - - George Reeves Professor of History Grove City College, AB., '11, University ot Chicago, A.M., '15, University ot Pittsburgh, Ph.D., 'l8. With Mount Union, September, 1916-. ' OSEPH MEHOLIN SCOTT, A.M., Sc.D. ------ Dr. M. I. Lichty Professor of Biology Mount Union College, SB., '13, University of Chicago, University of Michigan, A.M., '15, lohns Hopkins University, Sc.D., '23 With Mount Union, lune, 1918-. FOREST IAY SHOLLENBERGER, S.M., Ph.D. --------- Professor of Physics Mount Union College, SB., '18, Ohio State University, University of Pittsburgh, S.M., '25, Ph.D., '33, Columbia University. With Mount Union, September, 1918-. Xt 11 WILLIAM LINCOLN HART, A.B., I.L.B., LL.D. - Lecturer on International Law and Political Science Mount Union College, AB., '93, LL.D., '29, University of Michigan, LLB., '97. With Mount Union, September, I9l8-. ROBERT ELIHU STAUFFER, A.M., L.S.B. - - Alumni Professor of Greek Language and Literature Mount Union College, AB., '06, Harvard University, A.M., '08, University ot Chicago, University ot the State ct New York, New York State Library School, L.S.B., '19, Harvard University, '3l. With Mount Union, September, l92O-. ERIC ALEXANDER ECKLER, A.M., Ph.D. - - -- - Professor of English Language and Literature Washington and Ietferson College, A.B., '15, A.M., '17, Pennsylvania State College, University of Pennsylvania, University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., '36 With Mount Union, September, l922-. MARY WAGGONER ECKLER, A.M. - . - Associate Professor oi English Language and Literature University ot Michigan, A.B., '15, Pennsylvania State College' U ' 't fP l ' ' U ' 't of Pittsburgh, A.M., '32. With Mount Union, September, 1912-.mversl Y O ermsy Varna' mversl Y WILLIAM McLENNAN MORGAN, A.M., Ph.D. - ---- Professor of Organic Chemistry Miami University, University ot Illinois, SB., '21, Ohio State University, S.M., '22, Ph.D., '32, With Mount Union, September, 1922-. LOUIS ABELL PAPPENHAGEN, S.M., Ph.D. - Allegheny College, SB., '15, Northwestern With Mount Union, September, 1925-. - - - ---- - Professor of Chemistry University, S.M., '16, Ohio State University, Ph.D., '25. 12 ' ,yer ' ',,I: .MN -m OHMEH HAROLD ENGI-E, A.M. ---------- Associate Professor of Biology Wittenberg College, A.B., 'l4, Columbia University, A.M., '25, University ot Vlfisconsin Summer Session, '30, '31, '32, '33, University ot Iowa Summer Session, '36. With Mount Union, September, 1925-. ROBERT DEAN WRIGHT, A.M. - - - Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics Miami University, A.B., '22, University ot Illinois, University of Wisconsin, Ohio State University, A.M., '34. With Mount Union, September, l925-. RITA ELANDI ----------------- Instructor of Voice Graduate of Cincinnati College ot Music, pupil ot Matilda Marchesi, Paris, drama under Messrs. Petipa and Pluque of Paris Grand Opera, member oi Carl Rosa and Sir Augustus Opera Companies in England and on the Continent, appeared in Wagnerian opera under personal direction of Frau Cosirna Wagner. With Mount Union, September, l925-. HENRY ANTHONY, A.M. ------- - ---- Associate Professor of English University ot Pittsburgh, S.B., '24, A.M., '27, Ohio State University. With Mount Union, September, 1926-. h i . ALBANUS BLAINE KITZMILLER, A.M., Ph.D. ----- Lewis Miller Professor of Psychology Mount Union College, AB., '14, Ohio State University, A.M., '26, Ph.D., '28. With Mount Union, September, 1927-. LUTHER ENOCH WARREN, A.M., Ph.D. --------- Professor of Education Wilmington College, A.B., 'l7, Harvard University, Haverford College, A.M., '24, Columbia Uni- versity, University of Pennsylvania, University ot Cincinnati, Western Reserve University, Ph.D., '34, With Mount Union, September, l928-. lf! KARL KETTERINGI AM. ...... - ----- Professor oi Public Speaking Cornell College, A.E., '22, University ot Cincinnati, University of lowa, A.M., '3O. With Mount Union, September, 1928-. ARTHUR ENGLEBEHT, A,M,' Ph,D, .--- - Professor of Modern Languages and Literature Concordia College, Concordia Seminary, University ot Pittsburgh, A.M., '29, Ph.D., '35, With Mount Union, September, 1931-. RALPH BURNETT TOWER, M.B.A., Ph.D. ---- Professor Frank Transue Chair of Economics Boston University, B.B.A., '24, M.B.A., '27, Duke University, Ohio State University, Cornell Uni- versity, Ph.D., '3l. With Mount Union, September, l93l-. HARRY GELTZ, A.M. ---------- Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mount Union College, University of Iliinois, Ohio Stat U ' 't , SB. " Ed., '3l' A.M. '33. ' Mount Union, September, 1932-. G mversl Y m ' ' Wlth Bl-OSSOM MCD-AD-E PERKINS, S-B- ' - - - - - Assistant Professor of Physical Education Morningside College, University ot Nebraska, SB., '31, University of Iowa. With Mount Union September, 1932-. ' CARL LEROY STOCKSBERRY, A.M. - - - Substitute Professor of Latin Language and Literature Moment Union College, A.B., 'O6, Harvard University, A.M., 'O8. With Mount Union September 25 193 -. ' ' 14 ,,, W ' , vii " "1 ' I., V I to CARL DAVID SOULE, A.M., S.T.B. - .- Assistant Professor Cornelius Aultman Chair of English Bible Adelbert College, Western Reserve University, A.B., '28, Boston University, A,M., '32, Boston University of Theology, S.T.B., '33, Fellow in Berlin and Heidelberg Universities, Boston University, S.S., '35. With Mount Union, September IO, 1934-. On leave of absence 1937-38. RICHARD CHARLES HILDNER, A.M., Ph.D. Associate Professor Richard Brown Chair ot Mathematics College ot Wooster, S.B., '28, Ohio State University, A.M., '30, Ph.D., '33. With Mount Union, September lO, l934-. CELIA WARNE TOWER, A.M. ------------- Instructor of Organ Cornell University, A.B., '20, A.M., '23, Ithaca Piano School, Ithaca Conservatory ot Music, student ot Iames T. Quarles, Ithaca, New York, student ot Albert Riemenschneider, member ot American Guild ot Organists, instructor in Lyman Hall High School, Wallingford, Connecticut, Hampton Institute, organist, First Presbyterian Church, Canton. With Mount Union, September l6, 1935-, JOHN ROBERTS COOPER, S.B., Ph.D. ----- '- - - Assistant Professor of Geology Haverford College, SB., '29, lohns Hopkins University, Princeton University, Ph.D., '35. With Mount Union, September l6, 19354. - ANN EASTON KERR, A.M. - - - K --------- Instructor ot Economics Dakota Wesleyan University, 'I4-'l7, College ot Puget Sound, A.B., '18, Prince School, Simmons College, A.M., '24. With Mount Union, September 16, 1935-. PHILIP L. BOARDMAN, A.M., Docteur de l'Universite ----- Assistant Professor ot French Colorado State Teachers' College, A.B., '27, A.M., '28, Harvard Graduate School of Education, French Institute, Penn State College, School of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland, Sorbonne, University ot Montpellier, France, Doctorat de l'Universite, '36. With Mount Union, September l4, 1936-. 15 HARLEY HERSCHEL ZETGLER, A.M., S.T.B. ------ Assistant Professor ot Philosophy Southwestern College, AB., '30, Boston University, A.M., '32, Boston University School of Theology, S.T.B., '33, Boston and Harvard Universities, '33-'34, Howard Fellow and Fellow of Institute ol lnternational Education in Freidrich Wilhelms Universitat, Berlin, '34, in Wurttembergischen Eberhard-Karts, Universitat Lubingen, '35, Boston and Harvard Universities, '35-'36, With Mount Union, September 10, 19362 VINCENT I. PLUNDO, A.B. in P.S.M. ------- Instructor of Wood-wind Instruments Carnegie Institute of Technology, A.B. in P.S.M., '32, first clarinetist, Carnegie Tech Symphony Orchestra, post-graduate work in clarinet and theoretical subjects, teacher of clarinet and band instruments, Saint Vincent's College. With Mount Union, September, 1936-. WALTER HUTCHINSON HODGSON, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. ------ Professor of Music University ot Minnesota, A.B., '25, Ph.D., '36, University ot Iowa, M.A., '34. 'With Mount Union, September, 1937-. ----- ...-.- I nsffucfor of University ot Minnesota, A.B., '24, Macalster, '20, European Study, '24-'25, Paris, '28-'29, Berlin. With Mount Union, September, 1937-. , LLOYD LINDNER, A.B., B.M. --... ........ 1 nsfructor of Voice University ot Akron, A.B., '34, Oberlin College, B.M., '37, With Mount Union, September, 1937. WENDEL orrr, B. of Ed., MA, ..... ......, I nstructo, of Piano Southern Illinois State Teachers' College, B. ot Ed., '35, State University of Iowa, M.A., '36, University of Michigan Summer Session, 37. With Mount Union, September, 1937-. N2 OREEN REUDI, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. --------- Assistant Professor of Sociology Linwood College, AB., '24, Smith College, M.A., '26, Fellow in Economics and Sociology, Clark University, '29-'30, Fellow in Economics and Sociology, Ph.D., '32, With Mount Union, September, 1937-. MILDRED BECK EALES, A.B. ----------- Mount Union College, A.B., '35. With Mount Union, September, l936-. ALAN DONALDSON, S.B. ------------ Mount Union College, S.B., '37. With Mount Union, September, l937-. DOROTHY TAYLOR AOUE, A.B. -.---- ' - - - Mount Union College, A.B., '26, Columbia University Summer Session, '29. September, 19371 RALPH WEHNER, S.B. ------------- Mount Union College, S.B., '3l. With Mount Union, February, 1937-. VERNA ELIZABETH LOWER, A.B. --------- Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant Graduate Assistant With Mount Union, Graduate Assistant - Registrar 17 OSCAR WALTER DUNN - MARGARET CHURCH, A.B. - ROBERT HERMAN CARR, A.B. KENNETH HELICER MCFALL, A.B. V IOHN LESLIE THADEB, A.B. - NETTIE MAY HOUSEL - - - Field Secretary - Assistant Treasurer - Business Manager - Alumni Secretary - - Purchasing Agent - House Manager, Elliott Hall 18 N HQ! X if 1 A W1 My ff fWZ25?f ff 4, f , f 1 fra Y ef? f,f,y1f, W' mf.- fis ff f 21344, VW ff mf ' I M f'fy1 , f N K ffzfgdff ,fag f? 4, 4 f ,, , ff! M f -1:-pf . ,. by xr 4 iss ,. ffl, , X 5 fjffy ip . J 9'-Jig' , , 1. , f.g,,7,,I4f,, ,l in 2 -32-:ff A .':J'-'- " - "'pW,g4.'.,.,,,: , , T. 'V .,,, '-'j,1fi,,q,,"f' '- rj ,K ,4::,.,f .,4 54 ,0 1 . .J , ',?2, 4,,,,.r-.,.:.,. 1 ::, 'Ji , .a lex -1' 3" 2 '- W' -1" f--' M ::,q:zz,m1j -. 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'QM' 2 5 Q 1 5 5 Q MQ, -...EJ . -V-,J 3.-J ' fxfffi -..1 A-ZZ the SENIORS A SENIORS CHARLES HENRY DERTHICK, A.B., President Cleveland, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Fenn College l, Dynamo 2, 3, Mount Players 2, 3, Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, Glee Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Interfraternity Council 3, Class President 4. IOHN BUXTON COTTRELL, B.Sc., Vice President Canton, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Intramurals l, 2, 3, Unonian 4, Class Vice President 4, Phi Sigma 4. I EDITH SELENA TREVY, A.B., Secretary Bellaire, Ohio Kappa Delta Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Chapel Organist l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 3, W.S.C. 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3, 4, May Day Committee 2, 3, Oratorio 2, 3, Elliott Hall Board 4, Unonian 4, President of K.D. 4, Class Secretary 4. LUCILLE ARDIS WILLIAMS, B.Sc., Treasurer Amsterdam, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Class Secretary 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Treasurer 3, Beta Pi Theta 2, 3, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Elliott Hall Board 3, Pres. 4, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4, Student Senate Treasurer 4, Treas. ot A.C.O. 4, Psi Kappa Omega 4. ROBERT ABEL, A.B. Canton, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau College Quartet 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Class Vice President 3, Gospel Team 3, 4, Dynamo Association 3, Pres. 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Band 2, 4, Student Senate 2. MARY AMELIA ALEXANDER, A.B. Steubenville, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Dynamo 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Beta Pi Theta 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Dwight Wellington Ashbaugh, B.Sc. Louisville, Ohio Sigma Nu Assistant Football Manager l, Assistant Basketball Manager I, 2, Varsity Basketball Manager 3? Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. MARTHA ELIZABETH AYERS, B.Sc. Biology Lab Assistant 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A, 3, 4, Women's Student Council 37 May Day Committee 3, Dynamo 1, 2, 3, 4, Dynamo Association 3, Unonian 3. JACK SHERMAN BALE, A.B. Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Unonian 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Y.M.C.A. 3, 4, Treas. of P.K.T. WILLIAM BAN KERD, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega IOHN HERMAN BAUMAN, B.Sc. Louisville, Ohio Sigma Nu Band l, 2, Glee Club l, A Cappella Choir 4. ROBERT BERNARD BENNETT, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Nu Track 3, 4, Football 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. 24 Charles Henry Derthick lohn Buxton Cottrell Edith Selena Trevy Lucille Ardis Williams Robert Abel Mary Amelia Alexander Dwight Wellington Ashbaugh Martha Elizabeth Ayers lack Sherman Bale William Bankerd lohn Sherman Bauman Robert Bernard Bennett SENIORS IOHN BENTIA, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Dynamo 1, 2, 3, Dynamo Association 2, 3, Purple Masque l, 2, Intramural Council 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2, 3, Basketball 4. FRANCES BERGERT, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Delta Delta Delta W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GRACE MAE BIERI, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Phi Sigma 3, 4. ALBERT IOSEPH BIGGINS, A.B. Minerva, Ohio Sigma Nu MARTHA GENE BLACKLEDGE, A.B. Sunbury, Ohio Kappa Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.S.C. 3, President 4, May Day Committee 2, May Queen Court 3, Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Queen Court I, Oratorio 2. EUGENE SCOTT BONVALOT, B.Sc. Massillon, Ohio Sigma Nu Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Unonian 4. GEORGE HARTNESS BOYLE, A.B. Painesville, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Basketball 1, Ohio State 2, Intramurals l, 3, 4. ELIZABETH IESSIE BRENET, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Associate Editor of Dynamo, lr. Asst. Editor of Dynamo 3, Vice President of A.C.O. 4, Y.W. C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 3. RUTH ALICE BRITTAIN, B.Sc. Girard, Ohio Kappa Delta Beta Pi Theta 2, 3. MARY ELIZABETH BRUNT, A.B. Sebring, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 4, Purple Masque I, Shakespearean Plays 2, Homecoming Court 3. ROBERT RICHMOND BRYDEN, B.Sc. CaT1f0I1, Ohio Alpha Kappa Pi Dynamo 2, 3, Associate Editor of Dynamo 4, Phi Sigma 3, 4, President of A.K.P. 4, Class Secretary 3, Shakespearean Plays 3, Purple Masque l. I CHARLES CECIL CAIN, B.Sc. Canton, Ohio Sigma Nu Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2. 26' lohn Bentia Frances Bergeri Grace Mae Bieri Albert lose-ph Biggins Martha Gene Blackledge Eugene Scott Bonvalot George Hartness Boyle Elizabeth lessie Brenet Ruth Alice Brittain Mary Elizabeth Brunt Robert Richmond Bryden Charles Cecil Cain SENIORS WILLIAM CASSELMAN, A. B. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Nu Mount Players l, 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, Prom Committee 3. KATI-IRYN MARGARET CESSNA, A.B. Salem, Ohio Delta Delta Delta Beta Pi Theta 2, Vice President 3, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Soloist 3, May Queen 3, Beauty Queen l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4. RUTH ELIZABETH CHISHOLM, A.B. Lakewood, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Treasurer of A.X.D. 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Beta Pi Theta 3, Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, President 4, Lauriger 4. WILLIAM SAMUEL COPE, A.B. Salem, Ohio Sigma Nu Track I, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. . MARY ELIZABETH COY, A.B. Salem, Ohio ' Delta Delta Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Court 3, Unonian 4, Oratorio 1, 2, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.S.C. 4 RALPH FREDERICK CROSS, A.B. Canton, Ohio Sigma Nu IAMES HAROLD DAVIES, A.B. . Moscow, Pa. ' Signet Club President Signet Club 2, 4, Y.M.C.A. l, 2, 3, Vice President 4, Captain Gospel Team l, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES LLOYD DERMOTT, A.B. Belmont, Ohio Sigma Nu Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Dynamo I, 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Student Senate 2, Class Treasurer 2, Prom Committee 3, Treasurer ot S.N. 3, Commander 4, Interfraternity Council 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, President 4, Purple Masque l, 2, Glee Club l, 2. YOLANDA DIFLOURE, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Kappa Delta Y.W.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. Board 2, Yale-Harvard Team 2, 4, Oratorio 2. MARIORIE DEAN DUNFEE, A.B. Belmont, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Mount Players l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Shakespearean Plays 2, 3, Oratorio I, 2, 3, Gospel Team 1, Prom Committee 3, May Day Committee 4, Commencement Play 3, Dynamo Association 3, Ex- change Editor 4, Unonian 4, Homecoming Queen's Court 4. THOMAS KERSTETTER ELLIS, B.Sc. Massillon, Ohio Sigma Nu Phi Sigma 3, 4, Golf Squad 3, Senior Invitation Committee 4. RUSSELL IOSEPH FETE, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Football I, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Dynamo 1, 2, 3, 4, Dynamo Association 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Gospel Team 3, 4. 23 William Casselman Kathryn Margaret Cessna RuthElizabetl'1Chisl1olm William Samuel Cope Mary Elizabeth Coy Ralph Frederick Cross lames Harold Davies Charles Lloyd Dermott Yolanda Difloure Marjorie Dean Dunlee Thomas Kerstetter Ellis Russell loseph Fefe U SENIORS BETTY IANE FISHER, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Dynamo l, 2, 3, Unonian l, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. HOWARD THOMAS FRANCIS, B.Sc. Canfield, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Band l, Glee Club l, Chemistry Lab Asst. 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Miller Hall Board 3, Alembroio Society 3, Treasurer 4, Y.M.C.A. 4, Psi Kappa Omega 4, Physics Lab Assistant. GEORGE ARTHUR FRONIUS, B.Sc. Salem, Ohio Signet Club Y.M.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4. ' FRANCES ELIZABETH GANGL, A.B. Akron, Ohio Signet Club Dynamo l, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Oratorio 1, 2, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Elliott Hall Board 4. GORDON MARTIN GAY, A.B. Andover, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Class President 2, Prom Committee 3, Interfraternity Council 4, President of P.K.T. 4, Senior Gift Committee 4. ROBERT ARROWSMITH GEMMILL, A.B. South Norwalk, Conn. Signet Club Mount Players 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. 4. GEORGE HARRY GENTITHES, A.B. Warren, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Intramurals 2, Asst. in Library Science and Greek 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, President 4, Mount Players l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of P.K.T. 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 4, Varsity Debate I, 2, 3, 4, College Quartet l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir I, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Gospel Team 3, Interfraternity Council 3, 4, Oratorio l, 2, 3, 4, Dynamo 2. MARY FRANCES GLANDON, A.B. Bethesda, Md. Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming QLIGSHIS Court I, Dynamo 2, A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Oratorio l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President of A.X.D. 3, Class Treasurer 3, Prom Committee 3, Pan-Hellenic Council 2, 3, Commencement Speaker Committee 4, May Queen Court 3, Lauriger 4. BETTY MAE GOODNOUGH, A.B. Massillon, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team l, 2, 3, Yale-Harvard Team l, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES CHE-MIN GOW, B.Sc. Pieping, China Alembroic Society 4, Tennis Team 3, 4. ELMER GORDON GRAY, A.B. Ashtabula, Ohio 4 Alpha Tau Omega Basketball l, 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4. IEAN ELIZABETH GREENHAM, A.B. Canton, Ohio 3 0 Betty lane Fisher Howard Thomas Francis Arthur George Fronius Frances Elizabeth Gangl Gordon Martin Gay Robert Arrowsmith Gemmill George Harry Gentithes Mary Frances Glandon Betty Mae Goodnough Charles Che-min Gow Elmer Gordon Gray lean Elizabeth Greenham SENIORS Alliance, Ohio Cheerleader I, Salem, Ohio Phi Sigma 3, 4. Alliance, Ohio Salem, Ohio Glee Club 3. Alliance, Ohio ROBERT ARVEY GRIFFIN, A.B. 2, 3, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD DeWAYNE HAINES, B.Sc. IESSE LOWELL HAMMOND, B.Sc. ALBERT HANNA, B.Sc. HERBERT LUTHER HANTZ, B.Sc. Phi Sigma 3, 4. Al.liance, Ohio IAMES ALFRED HESS, B.Sc. Phi Sigma 3, 45 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Alliance, Ohio FRANCIS EDMUND HUNTER, B.Sc. Shakespearean Players 2, 35 Debate 25 President of Y.M.C.A. 35 Psi Kappa Omega 35 Phi Sigma 35 Alembroic 3. CHARLES MILO HUTH, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Dynamo 15 Unonian l, 25 Purple Masque 1, 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. ELEANORE FRANCES IMAN, B.Sc. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau Sigma Alpha Epsilon Crestline, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Elliott Hall Board 1, 35 A Cappella Choir I, 25 Gospel Team l, 25 Dynamo l, 2, 3, 45 Dynamo Association 45 W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 45 W.S.C. 3, 45 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Alembroic 3, 45 Psi Kappa Omega 3, 45 Class President 35 Lauriger 45 Phi Sigma 45 May Queen's Court 35 May Day Committee 35 Unonian 45 Pan-Hellenic Council 45 President of A.C.O. STANLEY ANDREW KAMASKY, A.B. Salem, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Cross Country Team 2, 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. DONALD MORRISON KENNEDY, B.P.S.M. Carrollton, Ohio Sigma Nu Bancl 3, 45 Symphony Orchestra 3, 45 A Cappella Choir l, 2, 3, President 4. Basil, Ohio CHARLES RICHARD KNOWLES, A.B. Gospel Team l, 25 Y.M.C.A. 1, 25 Track 2, 45 Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. 32 Robert Arvey Griffin Richard DeWayne Haines lesie Lowell Hammond Albert Hanna Herbert Luther Hantz lames Allred Hess Francis Edmund Hunter Charles Milo Huth Eleanore Frances Iman Stanley Andrew Kamasky Donald Morrison Kennedy Charles Richard Knowles SENIGRS PAUL SUMNER LaFOLLETTE, B.Sc. Barnesville, Ohio Alpha Sigma Phi Ohio Wesleyan University 15 Y.M.C.A. 45 Commencement Speaker Committee 45 Intramurals 15 Men's Glee Club 1, 25 College Quartet 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 35 Gospel Team 35 Oratorio 3, 45 Band 4. ETHEL BERNICE LAPP, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Kappa Delta W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Soloist 2, 3, 45 May Day Committee 35 Oratorio l, 2, 3, 45 Mount Players 1, 2, 3, 45 President of Lauriger 45 Vice President of K.D. 45 Student Senate 4. MARGUERITE VIRGINIA LEMBRIGHT, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Homecoming Court 15 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Oratorio 1, 2, 3, 45 Purple Masque 15 Prom Committee 35 A Cappella Choir 4. RUTH ELIZABETH LINKENBACH, A.B. Sandusky, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta President of A.X.D. 45 Vice President of Pan-Hellenic 45 Prom Committee 35 Elliott Hall Board 1, 35 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 W.S.C. 2, 45 A Cappella Choir 1, 25 Senior Invitation Committee 45 Purple Masque 1, 25 Unonian Associate Editor 45 Homecoming Court 2, 4. MILTON ROBERT MAITIN, B.Sc. Canton, Ohio LAWRENCE VINCENT MALEY, B.P.S.M. Sebring, Ohio A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. WARREN EDWARD MATTHEWS, A.B. McDonald, Ohio ' Sigma Nu Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Interfraternity Council 45 Treasurer of S.N. 4. ROBERT THOMAS MAURER, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Nu Phi Sigma 2, 3, 45 Alembroic 45 Intramurals 3. WINIFRED MAXINE MCCANN, A.B. Akron, Ohio ' W.S.C. 45 President of D.D.D. 45 Elliott Hall Board 45 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, Council 3, 45 Unonian 25 Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4. Delta Delta Delta 45 Pan-Hellenic ELMER LEROY MCMASTER, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Nu Golf 35 Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Basketball 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4. DONALD ROY MOORE, B.SC. Waynesburg, Ohio Sigma Nu Band 1, 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 15 Cross Country 2. MELVIN LANE MOSS, B.Sc. Salem, Ohio Sigma Nu Band 1, 2, 35 Symphony 1, 2, 3, 45 Alembroic 3, 45 Y.M.C.A. 1, 25 Chemistry Lab Assistant 3, 4. 34 Paul Sumner La F ollette Ethel Bernice Lapp Marguerite V. Lembright Ruth Elizabeth Linkenbach Milton Robert Maitin Lawrence Vincent Maley Warren Edward Matthews Robert Thomas Maurer Winifred Maxine McCann Elmer Leroy McMaster Donald Roy Moore Melvin Lane Moss SENIORS PAULINE BERTHA MYERS, A.B. Alliance, Ohio W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Student Senate 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. IOHN FREDERICK NEFF, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Nu Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Mount Players 1, 2, Prom Committee 3. RAMONA ELIZABETH NIEBERDING, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, Beta Pi Theta 2, 3. HARRY KARL OSBORNE, B.Sc. Conneaut, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Football Manager 1, Gospel Team 1, 2, Glee Club l, 2, Intramurals 1, Y.M.C.A. 4. RUTH EMMA OSMOND, B.Sc. f Chardon, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 2, 4, Beta Pi Theta 2, 3, Pres. of W.A.A. 4, Dynamo 2, Yale-Harvard Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, Purple Masque 1. HOWARD CLARK PARKER, A.B. East Palestine, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, President of S.A.E. 4. ELEANOR IOSEPHINE PICKENS, B.Sc. Louisville, Ohio Delta Delta Delta A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Dynamo 1, Phi Sigma 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Biology Lab Asst. 3, 4, May Queen's Court 3, 4. ALICE MARIE RICKARD, A.B. Canton, Ohio Delta Delta Delta Assoc. Editor of Unonian 4, Pres. of Pan-Hellenic 4, Vice Pres. 3, Vice Pres. of W.A.A. 4, Vice Pres. of D.D.D. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Unonian 1, 2, 3, 4, W.S.C. 4, Yale-Harvard Team 2, 4, Elliott Hall Board 2, May Day Committee 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Gift Committee 4, Prom Committee 3, Purple Masque l, 2. WILLIAM ANDERSON SADLER, B.Sc. Cleveland, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Glee Club 1, 2, Class Day Committee 4. NORMAN ALVIN SCHWARTZ, B.Sc. Canton, Ohio Alembroic 3, 4, Phi Sigma 3, 4. MARTHA JANE SCHWEINSBERGER, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, May Day Committee 3, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4. IAMES ROBERT SELL, A.B. Canton, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Oratorio 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, President ot S.A.E. 4, Glee Club 2. fl li Pauline Bertha Myers lohn Frederick Neff Ramona Elizabeth Nieberding Harry Karl Osborne Ruth Emma Osmond Howard Clark Parker Eleanor losephine Pickens Alice Marie Rickard William Anderson Sadler Norman Alvin Schwartz Martha lane Schweinsberger lames Robert Sell SENIORS PAUL HENRY SELLS, A.B. North Iaclcson, Ohio Signet Club Oratorio 2, 3, Choir 3. IESSE HOWARD SHIVELY, B.Sc. Bayard, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. THELMA ALLEN SHULTZ, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Chi Omega Intramurals l, 2, 4, Purple Masque 1, 2, Mount Players 4, Kent State University 3. GLENN CRAWFORD SIDDAL, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio ' Sigma Nu Intramurals l, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4, Choir 4. IOHN PUNTENNEY SMITH, B.Sc. Mingo Iunction, Ohio Sigma Nu Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Phi Sigma 2, 3, President 4, Biology Lab Asst. 2, 3, 4, MARSHALL IAMES SMITH, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Sigma Alpha Epsilon Akron University 1, 2, Intramurals 3, 4. PAUL RALPH SMITH, B.Sc. Canton, Ohio Chemistry Lab Assistant 3, 4. WILSON WOODROW SNYDER, A.B. 4 Massillon, Ohio Y.M.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, Mount Players 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 4. ERNEST CLARE SOUTHWICK, B.P.S.M. Conneaut, Ohio Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Conductor and Manager 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Ohio Intercollegiate Band 1, 2, Ohio Intercollegiate Orchestra 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Western Reserve University Summer 1937. IEAN ROSELYN STOOKSBERRY, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. 4, Oratorio 3. MARY MARGARET STROTHARD, A.B. Barbourville, Ky. Delta Delta Delta Purple Masque 1, A Cappella Choir 1, Y.W.C.A. 1, 4, Union College 2, 3. CHRISTINE VIRGINIA THOMPSON, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan-Hellenic 3, Student Senate 3, 4, W.S.C. 4, Oratorio 1, 2. , 38 Paul Henry Sells lesse Howard Shively Thelma Shultz Glenn Crawford Siddall lohn Puntenney Smith Marshall lames Smith Papl Ralph Smith Wilson Woodrow Snyder Ernest Clare Southwick lean Roselyn Stooksberry Mary Margaret Strothard Christine Virginia Thompson SENIORS KATHRYN IANE TIMMONS, A.B. Quaker City, Ohio Muskingum College 1, Baldwin-Wallace 2, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Shakespearean Plays 3. RUTH MARIETTA TRAPHAGEN, A.B. Massillon, Ohio Delta Delta Delta Purple Masque 1, 2, Dynamo 1, 2, 3, 4, Unonian 1, 2, 3, 4, Oratorio 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.S.C. 3, Vice President 4, Elliott Hall Board 3, President 4, May Oueen's Court 3, Homecoming Court 3, Homecoming Queen 4, May Day Chairman 4, Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM TROUTMAN, B.Sc. Florette, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Purple Masque 1, 2, Unonian 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Asst. in Physics Dept. 3, Head Asst. 4, Treasurer of S.A.E. 3, 4, Intertraternity Council 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Committee for Commencement Invitations 4. MYRA ESTHER TRUDERING, A.B. Cleveland, Ohio Alpha Xi Delta Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY MILLS WALKER, A.B. Akron, Ohio Delta Delta Delta Lauriger 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Purple Masque 1, 2, May Day Court 3. GRACE ELLEN WATKIN, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Delta Delta Delta Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, May Queen's Court 3. HENRY KENNETH WEAST, A.B. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Commencement Speaker Committee 4. ROBERT CALVIN WEAST, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Pres. of Alembroic Society 4, Assistant in Chemistry 4. ELNA CLARA WEAVER, B.Sc. Alliance, Ohio WILLARD IAMES WEAVER, A.B. East Liverpool, Ohio Sigma Nu Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Gift Committee 4. RONALD GILBERT WEBER, A.B. Bergholz, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Senate 3, 4, Prom Chairman 3, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Economics Asst. 4, Unonian 1, 2, 3, Psi Kappa Omega 4. DOROTHY IDENTA WIEGAND, B.M. Alliance, Ohio Violin Quartette l, 2, 3, String Quartette 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 40 Kathryn lane Timmons Ruth Marietta Traphagen William Troutman Myra Esther Trudering Nancy Mills Walker Grace Ellen Watkin X He,nry Kenneth Weast Robert Calvin Weast Elna Clara Weaver Willard larnes Weaver Ronald Gilbert Weber Dorothy Wiegand SENIORS IAMES AEH WEST, A.B. Salem, Ohio Alpha Kappa Pi Symphony Orchestra l. WAYNE WISLER, B.P.S.M. Canton, Ohio NORMAN WRIGHT, B.Sc. Massillon, Ohio Sigma Nu Unonian 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. DAUN ELDER YEAGLEY, B.Sc. Minerva, Ohio Sigma Nu HOWARD GEORGE ZIEMKE, A.B. Sandusky, Ohio I Alpha Tau Omega Pres. of A.T.O. 45 Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track l, 2, 3, 4. O Q The pictures ot the following Seniors could not be obtained: LAWRENCE ALUIN CRAWFORD, A.B. Canton, Ohio Alpha Kappa Pi Gospel Team. ARTHUR MERLE EVANS, B.Sc. Sebring, Ohio ROBERT ALLEN GILCI-IRIST, B.Sc. Hartville, Ohio . Alpha Kappa Pi IAMES LELAND GILMORE, A.B. Dunbar, Pa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon University of Pittsburgh, Intramurals 2, 3, Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 2, 3. PAUL EDGAR GROSS, B.Sc. Canfield, Ohio Phi Kappa Tau EDGAR IAMES MARCH, B.Sc. Canton, Ohio Alpha Tau Omega Phi Sigma 3. ALVIN WEISS, B.Sc. New York, N. Y. 42 James Aeh West Wayne Wisler Norriman Wright Daun Elder Yeagley Howafd George Ziemke 557: FU' pf?4 . af , ,....-1-V Q ?:ff:2fj 5: ,XM . Lf As 7572? E ,..1. luv. . Q , . , g ., ,, if 7 I Q ' Z, 47' S ff' f Q , -if ,f y jf ' JM Q , V em mw,.w,w,m.f: the Jumons JU IORS IOHN KIRK HARDESTY, President Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alliance A local boy makes good. Divides his time between Iunior Class presidency, varsity tennis, and economics. Noted for his colorful socks and loud jokes. WILLIAM RUSSELL SHIPE, Vice President Alpha Tau Omega Leipsic The worthy "Worthy Masterf' of the A.T.O. Fraternity, and incidentally one of the "night callers." IAMES WAITE WELDY, Treasurer Alpha Kappa Pi Alliance An inventor and student combined. His motto is "All Work and no play makes jack, and lots of it." RICHARD PAUL SMITH, Secretary Sigma Nu I Canton Ambition just,isn't "Schlaten's" forte. This outstanding athlete seems to be faithful to a certain Delta alumna. GEORGE ROBERT ALDRIDGE Alpha Tau Omega Toronto Toronto's contribution to Mount. An Alpha Chi holds first place with him. ROBERT IOI-IN ALZNER Alpha Tau Omega Alliance An enthusiastic track man. He spends a great part of his time with a saucy little redhead. FRANCES DELLA AMBLER Alpha Chi Omega Akron A college widow now is the "Phi Tau Ambler," but to pass time she works hard for the Dynamo. KENNETH ROBERT ANDERSON Alpha Tau Omega Sebring This mischievous dark-haired fellow will always get along. Kenny's wonderful personality has helped him acquire many friends. I JAMES WATHAL BALL Signet Alliance A friendly neat math major and one of the four twins in the lunior Class. IANET WALDEAN BALL Delta Delta Delta Alliance The Twin of pep, vim, and vigor, and no bigger than a minute. Ianet is a good sport, a good student and possesses an engaging personality. 48 RAYMOND WINSTON BALL Signet Alliance The third part of the Ball lunior Trio. ' FREDRICK BARR K Sigma Nu Canton Fred owns a drug store in Canton. While older than most ot us, he appreciates the college view- point and joins in all the fun. GEORGE ALFRED BENEDICT Conneaut Alpha Tau Omega One of Mount Union's best dressed young heroes who cannot be caught by any of the girls. Ask me, I know. JOHN BOBICK Alpha Tau Omega Cleveland One of the A.T.O.'s football players and Wits. KATHERINE BARBARA BONFERT Alpha Xi Delta Alliance A good sport, a pal, and a Phi Tau gal. CARL BOYD ' Alpha Tau Omega Mingo lunction If Bobick comes, can Boyd be far behind? Another oi those handsome football players. BETTY BOYD Alpha Xi Delta Alliance The eyes have it and so has she! ELIZABETH IRENE BROWN Alpha Xi Delta Plymouth Peppy, laughing, full of fun, a better sport you'll find in none. GLADSTONE BROWN D Phi Kappa Tau Sebring One of the more efficient leaders of the Y.M.C.A. and the Gospel Team. ELIZABETH ORPHA BROWNING. . so E Delta Delta Delta Sfeubemlle A peppy little girl who can usually be found where there is devilment afoot. 49 JIINIORS JUNIORS MILDRED MAXINE BURBACHER Delta Delta Delta Barnesville A Well-liked girl who will continue to go places after she is out of school because ot her efficiency, ambition, and pleasing personality. MAXINE VIRGINIA CABBUT Alpha Chi Omega Beach City Quite an athletic maid is "Pete." When it comes to sports, she can't be beat. JOSEPH BENIAMIN COPE Sigma Nu V Salem "Ben" promises to follow the family tradition and be a really outstanding Mount athlete. A shy boy, but he gets around. GEORGE IOHN CUKRO Alpha Kappa Pi New York City, N. Y. George is a hard worker and is destined to go places. ' RUTH ELEANOR DAVIS Alpha Xi Delta Alliance Quiet with feeling directed toward Peeling. DARL VERN DOLAN Alpha Tau Omega Williamstield Wherever bigger and better hamburgers are made "Wimpy" will take his business. Makes at least two trips to Kent every Week. SARA ELIZABETH DOODY Delta Delta Delta Alliance "The healthiest girl in school" is this happy-go-lucky Tri Delt. Morgan Gym is her favorite hang-out where she helps Blossom run things. LENA IANE DRAKE Alpha Chi Omega Canton A good student and activity girl is this little miss from Canton. ROBERT WELLS DuBAR Sigma Alpha Epsilon Alliance Mount Co-eds tail to hold much attraction tor this lad, so he's often seen beating the path out the State Road. IANE ELWILDA DUGAN Alpha Chi Omega - Beloit lane likes to sing and dance, but letters from Tech send her into a trance. 5 0 MARY ELEANOR EASTLAKE Delta Delta Delta Youngstown This responsible little miss does her share of work and manages to get around at the same time. 4 GERTRUDE EVELYN EISENBERG Signet Alliance "Trudy" is noted for her puns. V MARTHA IRENE ELDER Alpha Chi Omega Carollton "Puffie" is a music major and my, how she does "Fiddle" around. IEAN ROSANNE EMMERT Delta Delta Delta Sewickley, Pa. lean is one of the Tri Delts who is seen frequently at the Inn with a certain S.A.E. KENNETH RAWLINGS EMMERT Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sewickley, Pa. Kenneth is the quiet unassuming lad from Sewickley. He has a cheerful smile and a helping hand for everyone. MANETTE LOUISE FERRIS Alpha Xi Delta East Cleveland Determined, decisive, dependable in crises. DOROTHY ANN FISHEL Alpha Xi Delta Alliance A girl with a will, who wears a quill. KENNETH CHARLES GARSIDE Alpha Tau Omega East Palestine Athletics, scholarship, and romance are all included in his accomplishments. EVELYN FAYE GERMAN Alpha Chi Omega Dellroy She lets nothing hinder her once she makes up her mind to go places. FLOYD RUSSELL GOUGLER Signet I E Tiltonsville A conscientious student and hound to go places. 51 JUNIORS JHNIORS DONALD ROBERT GREEN EISEN Sigma Nu Salem "Skip" is one of Sigma Nu's athletes. He also figures in one of the college romances. EDWIN BRUCE GUIE Phi Kappa Tau ' Dunbar, Pa. Doc is going to attend medical school next fall. He plays a clarinet and sax. WALTER HENRY HAAS Alpha Kappa Pi New Waterford Astronomy-economy-Hoyle. ILENE MONETA HANNA Kappa Delta Minerva She spends most of her time in Science Hall. Ilene is the very efficient treasurer of her sorority and proudly sports an A.K.P. pin. ' DeWITT EDWARD HARRISON Sigma Nu Alliance "De" works pretty hard, but manages to keep up in his studies and still cut quite a social figure. DOROTHY WILSON HARRY Delta Delta Delta Alliance A pluchritudinous Tri Delt from Alliance who is hand and glove with an A.T.O. Dorothy likes sports and rides a horse with no mean ability. ROBERT IOSEPH HAVILL Alpha Kappa Pi New York City, N. Y. "Snowball" is the studious A.K.P. from New York. LEE HAYS Alpha Tau Omega Negley This chap has great possibilities and spends most of his time around Dye's Pharmacy. His actions speak louder than his Words. THOMAS WILLIAM HAZEN Signet Alliance One of the town boys who came to Mount to make good. THEDA IUANITA HEASTAND Signet Alliance A good student who likes to frequent motorcycle races. F39 I EAN ELIZABETH HEISLER Delta Delta Delta Ravenna One of those "A" students from Ravenna. ' ESTHER MARIE I-IERDLE Alpha Xi Delta Salem One of the few girls to be honored by being chosen for Alembroic. DON KARL HESSON Alpha Tau Omega Alliance An up and coming young man who is getting better every day. Don deserves a lot of credit for his ability to get ahead. ALMA SUSAN HOBSON Delta Delta Delta , Lakewood Alma spent the summer touring France. She is a very charming redhead and quite an active Tri Delt. FRED I-IOFER Alpha Kappa Pi Homeworth A boy from the farm who seems to know his way around. His interests are not in the sorority houses but rather centered around reading. SARA ELIZABETH HOWELL ' Alpha Chi Omega Flushing Poised and gracious is "our gal Sal"-but how her heart pines for Lorain! ELIZABETH CAROLINE HOYLE Signet Iamestown, N. Y. Archer-star gazing-Haas. GERALD IACKSON Alpha Tau Omega Alliance Gerry is quiet and resourceful-he is Willing to work in any enterprise. He believes in safety in numbers. MARGARET EVELYN IACKSON Alpha Xi Delta Smithfield A live wire who'll never be stepped on-vitality plus-that's Blackie." EMERSON DONALD JACOB ' Alpha Kappa Pi Canton Good old "E. I."-originally from Ohio State! U 5 3 l JUNIORS JIINIORS RICHARD IAMES Sigma Nu - Magnolia This boy has more nicknames than anyone in school. His pass-time is getting around. ROBERT ALLEN KEEL Alpha Tau Omega Kenton A charming, hard-working football player who is always helping someone to get ahead. WILLIAM OSBORNE KEELER Phi Kappa Tau Midnite oil is his answer to the ever-burning question. MARGARET MARIE KELLY Kappa Delta Marie has a quiet dignity all her own. JANE ELIZABETH KEYSER Signet Talented and possessed with charms that attract a certain West to her. OTHAR MEADE KIEL Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mainstay of Coach Geltz's track squad. Known as the "lim Landos" of the S.A.E. h town girls. RUTH LOUISE KUTSCH Alpha Xi Delta Musically inclined, plus a clever mind. WALTER LEE LEMBRIGHT Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rub a-dub dub-three men in a tub, butcher, baker-that's Walt. CLARA EVELYN MARTIN Delta Delta Delta Efficiency and a quiet manner are bound to end in success. BETTIE IUNE MASTERS Alpha Chi Omega Canton East Palestine Bellaire Alliance ouse. Preters Minerva Alliance Alliance Powerston She flirts with her eyes as she smiles at you, but she's always accompanied by a Sigma Nu. 54 IOHN DALE MATHEWS Phi Kappa Tau Alliance A snappy gentleman who carries out smoothness, with his violin, to perfection. DOROTHY IEANNETTE MCCONNOR . Alpha Xi Delta Salem Her gift for piano playing starts audiences swaying. ' RICHARD IAMES McCONNOR Sigma Nu Salem One of the McConnor twins who does quite a lot of work in the chemistry department. WALTER FRANCIS MCCORD Sigma Nu Louisville Definitely a campus personality. lournalist, critic, musician, an authority on sports, swing, and sociability-versatile is the word for "Sparky." ' CORNELL INMAN MCFADDEN Sigma Nu Newburg, N. Y. "Mac" looks promising as a cross-country threat. A biology assistant, we suspect him of being a real student. ILA GAYNELL McGREW ' Alpha Xi Delta Alliance Among the hooters you will find, a girl with plenty of rhythm and rhyme. IUNE IOSEPHINE MCMILLAN Alpha Chi Omega Alliance lune is always dashing hither and yon but she still makes the grade. ELEANOR CORINNE MINCKS Alpha Chi Omega Kent The Y.W.C.A. would be at quite a loss without Eleanor with her flashing eyes and cheerful smile. FOSTER MONTI Signet Alliance One ot the mainstays in the football team. LOUIS FRANKLIN MORRIS N Alpha Kappa Pi Alliance Student Senate-debates-solitaire player. 5 5 JUNIORS JUNIORS ARTHUR GARFIELD MUERTH Signet Alliance Are you always that slow, Art? - - EDWARD WOOD NEWSHUTZ Phi Kappa Tau Wittier, Cal. A East worker this little lad from the Golden West. HAROLD LEROY NICHOLS Alpha Tau Omega Carrollton One of the A.T.O.'s star athletes who has his pin resting on a certain Delta Delta Delta. IOHN KENNON NICHOLSON Alpha Tau Omega Wintersville Mount Union's "healthiest boy" is this handsome A.T.O. who is also endowed with more than his share of intelligence. ROBERT ARTHUR OGLE Alpha Kappa Pi ' Alliance A local boy with a big heart. With his smile and ready "hello" Bob has made many friends. CARL RAMSEY PARKS Alpha Kappa Pi Alliance Carl is conscientious, sincere, and Willing to help anybody that asks him. CLYDE ROSS PARKS Alpha Kappa Pi Alliance Chemistry and blonds are Clyde's weaknesses and pet subjects. Among his many vices are calculus and playing a saxophone. RONALD WINFIELD PEELING Alpha Tau Omega Mingo lunction Ronald is at the head ot boys' intraxnurals but has lost his head over an A.X.D. DONALD ALBERT PETERSON Sigma Nu Youngstown "Pete's" chief interest, of course, is "lo." lncidentally, this lad is going to be a big activity man. Watch him. A ESTHER ELIZABETH PICKLES Alpha Xi Delta Manchester, Conn. Happy-go-lucky, never hurries, can't understand why anyone Worries 56 DONALD JOSEPH PIERCE - Sigma NU Alliance Don is one oi Mount's golt mainstays. He protesses to be a woman hater, but sometimes we wonder. ' MARY ELIZABETH PIERCE Delta Delta Delta ' Alliance Personality plus, the Wag ot the week, the lite of the party, and then some. Mary's humor and versatility are known on the campus. - ' GREER CAMPBELL PUGH Alpha Tau Omega The A.T.O.'s attain greater glory with Greer doing his bit. THOMAS WILLIAM RAINSBERGER Sigma Nu ' ' gTommy's" heart interest is back home in Carrolton. However, as a "man's man" and good fellow, e's tops. Chester, W. Va. Carrollton OSCAR CHARLES REIHL Signet Alliance Benny Goodman doesn't know that Oscar is around! I RALPH EMERSON RICE Alpha Tau Omega Malvern Ralph is one of the reasons why Coach Geltz has been smiling for the past two years. He intends to be an aviator. A ELLEN IANE ROCKHILL Delta Delta Delta Hartville "Iana" is well known by her blond locks and her infectious giggle. A Tri Delt trom Hartville, she is a girl whose abilities are unlimited. EDWIN FRANCIS ROSS Alpha Tau Omega PO1a11Cl A good business boy who will attain great heights. HARLEY ALAN ROTH Alpha Kappa Pi Alliance English student-Shakespearean actor-hill-billy singer. IANE LOUISE RUKENBROD X. Alpha Xi Delta Youngstown Lively miss with friends galore-you'll never hear lane called a bore. 5 7 JUNIORS JUNIORS IAMES FREDERICK RUTH Phi Kappa Tau He knows what he wants, does lim, and by gosh he's getting it. . IAMES ALBERT RUTLEDGE Phi Kappa Tau "The moving tingerwrites, and having Writ moves on . . . " From cub reporter to Iiminy has a nose for news. CHARLES ELI SAMPSON Signet Tall, dark and handsome and a striking gray car. ELSIE IANE SANDERSON Alpha Xi Delta V Capable of imagining all, arranging all, and doing everything. LEAH MAE SCHIIMM Alpha Xi Delta "A" student and competent typist. GORDON PHOENIX SCOTT Signet Scott devotes his time to basketball and the former A.X.D. prexy. RUTH AGNES SCOTT Alpha Xi Delta Smithfield Alliance editor-in-chief. K Alliance Sebring Girard Norwalk Canton, Ohio Others who know you said to say: charming, delightful, disarmingly gay. EDWIN ELEY SCRANTON Phi Kappa Tau The Archimedes of the 20th Century, and what a sense of humor! BARBARA LEAH SEBRING Delta Delta Delta "One never knows, does one?" But We know that "Barb" must lik in basketball stars. ELIN ORE LOUISE SHILTS Alpha Xi Delta An admirable example of effortless nonchalance. 58 Alliance Sebring e astronomy for she is interested Hudson ALFRED JOSHUA SHREVE Signet Alliance A tall, dark medical student from Alliance. ' DOROTHY I EANNETTE SMART Alpha Chi Omega This little lass from N. Y. is just as "smart" as her name. MARTHA KATHERINE SMITH Delta Delta Delta A popular, active Tri Delt from Mingo whose abilities have wide a good student, and all-around girl. WINIFRED AILEEN SPIES Alpha Chi Omega V A quiet little lass who has quite an interest in night class. EARL ORRIN STEVENS, IR. Sigma Nu "Stevie" is Sigma Nu's outstanding wit??? His activities seem to yellow Ford, and mourning lost red-heads. KENNETH STUART STONE Signet One of the better music students-just ask Kenneth. EDWARD LOUIS STRAUSS Signet East Aurora, N. Y. Mingo lunction range. She is a sports enthusiast, be managing football, ja Alliance Ravenna mming a Canton Alliance Ambition personified is this lad from town. School during the day with "office hours" in between. CHUNG SIK SUL Signet Seoul, Korea One ot Mount's real students hailing from across the sea. WINIFRED ELAINE SUMMER Kappa Delta Kensington Besides being a very efficient secretary for the Kappa Deltas, Winnie has a deep interest in the activities of W.A.A. and Dynamo. OLIVE ROWENA TARR Delta Delta Delta A Mingo Junction "Twirp" is a live-wire Tri Delt from Mingo whose winning personality accounts tor her many friends. Her affections continue to center in Athens alone. 59 JU IORS JUNIORS HOWARD COUSINS VOSLER Signet Louisville A studious boy who bends his efforts toward science. HELEN MARIE WAGNER Alpha Chi Omega Alliance When Helen Marie isn't busy at the Morrison taking our money, Bill is taking her time. LEWIS ABRAHAM WALDMAN Phi Kappa Tau With his pipe in his mouth, he is the ideal philosopher. MELVIN GUIE WALTZ Alpha Kappa Pi A science major who has many a good point. 4 ALLEN FOSTER WEST Sigma Alpha Epsilon V The "Mad-Maestro" of the Conservatory. One ambition is to be "Pete." MELVIN RODERICK WEST Signet One ot those tenor singers about whom we shall hear more. DAVID RICHARD WILLIAMS Signet One ot Mount's cross-country hopes. ARTHUR BERTRAM WOOD Signet Easy come, easy go! ANN IEANETTE WURSTHORN Delta Delta Delta another Rubinoft. Alliance Spencer Damascus Good luck, Amsterdam Alliance Atwater Alliance Popular and attractive are the Words that go right along with Ann. One of the Tri Delt twins. BETTY JANE WURSTHORN Delta Delta Delta Alliance The other Tri Delt twin. A smooth brunette who certainly gets around on this campus. 60 ROBERT ERWIN YOST Sigma Nu Canton A quiet blond who "makes hay while the sun shines!" g CHARLES WILLIAM YOUNG Sigma Nu Pittsburgh, Pa. "Ralston" is an authority on race meetings and southern hospitality. A Pittsburgh boy who acts like a Pittsburgh boy, if you know what I mean. CHARLES FREDERICK ZELLERS Phi Kappa Tau Chicago, Ill. Oh, how he drives a car! He is interested in nurses as Well as the ministry. EMMA IANE LEWIS Alpha Xi Delta Salem She's always on time because she has a Big Ben. G I JUNIORS i E r 5 ! 3 z. 5 I E a E 2 Z1 5 2 2 S E E z 2 S 4 A i y vs '7"3f M- ' Sophomore Officers . . President .....,.. ..... I OHN BOTTOMY Vice President .... ...... K ENNETH ERB Secretary ...... ...4.. H ELENA HANKINS Treasurer .... ,... I OSEPHINE HOILES Freshmen Officers . . Presiderit ........., -.-. I OHN KITZMIU-ER Vice Presideni ,... -------f-- I AMES MOORE Secretary ...,... ...., M ARY HOWE JONES Treasurer ..... .......... P AUL MYERS 63 G3 G- Andrews, Sara Arter, Dorothy Ashelman, Robert Austin, Qtis Ayers, Dorothy Ball, Joyce Barckhoff, Frederick Baxter, George Birch, James Bond, Leta Bottomy, John Brugger, Donald Burnett, Lee Burridge, William Burton, Mildred Cabas, John Campbell, Carl Cardinal, Jack Carter, Glenn Cope, Roger Coulter, Joseph Craig, Russell Cunin, John Daniels, Ralph Darnell, Leonard Daugherty, John Dew, Robert Difloure, Thomas Douglass, Louise SOPHOMORES Eckstein, Thirl Elder, Stewart Erb, Kenneth Ermlich, Clifford Ernst, Helen Farmer, Thomas Fiegenschuh, Karl Foreman, Robert Fritchley, John Gallaher, Elizabeth Geddert, Virginia Graft, Edgar Greiner, Joseph Hankins, Helena Hart, Joan Hatton, Margaret Havill, Francis Henry, Francis Henshaw, Robert Higgins, Dorothy Hillman, Marguerite Hoiles, Josephine Hoke, Roy Horne, Joseph House, Ruth Howells, .Thomas Johnson, Robert Johnston, Rosanna Jones, Gomer Katz, Samuel Kidwell, Jean Killgrove, Mildred Kinney, Olive Kirk, John Kirk, Robert Kitson, Robert Lee, Shin Lembright, Katherine Lemon, Robert Leonard, John Leonard, Ruth Lisle, Doris McClurg, Mary Miller, Jean Miller, Ray Mills, Jack Moore, Harriet Morey, Barbara Murray, Carola 64 Amstutz, Myra Neidhart, Charles Nelson, Florence Newell, Ruth Newman, William Pappenhagen, Mary Phillips, Edward Power, Betty Raber, Walter Reed, David Richeson, Martha Roath, Jeanna Russ, Cornelia Sauerbrum, Jack Schlarb, Bertha Schafer, James Schnierle, Maurice Sefert, Dorothy Sheehy, Janet Siegenthaler, Clyde Sigler, Charles Slater, Dorothy Smith, Agnes Smutko, John Sneary, May Snode, Melvin Stephenson, Raymond Strang, Lois Stroup, Marjorie Tallman, Eleanora Tarian, Augustine Theiss, Joseph Thomas, Arthur Thomas, John Thompson, Dorthea Vanaman, Clyde Weir, Florence White, Jane Wilkins, Marjorie Williams, Ray Wilson, Howard Zinner, Doran Aw M be A.. .nn Abeggleri, Alan Abrams, Robert Akers, Richard Allen, Ruth Anderson, Christine Andrews, Galen Askue, Robert Atwood, leannette Balmat, lean Barcus, Howard Barden, Mary Bates, Edgar Bauman, Donald Berryman, Arthur Bica, George Binsley, Bettijane Black, Sally Blackwood, Martha Booth, William Brown, Betty Brown, Harry Buchanan, Mary Burgett, Donald Buxton, Sara Cailor, Frank Campbell, Ralph Carter, Bess Cavin, Alva Chapman, Gale Ciccarelli, lohn Clarke, Ben Clark, Hilton Cohen, Martin Cook, Greta Coolidge, Thomas Corwin, William Criswell, lane Crowl, Anna Daryman, Glorice Dertlinger, Lillian Dew, Richard Dickson, lohn Dillow, Harold Dunrnire, Robert Erickson, Burton Freshley, Paul Gallaher, Alice Garman, Eleanor Goddard, Virginia Goode, Frances Gottschall, Ruth Grapentine, lack Graybill, Betty Gregory, Thomas Guy, Frank Haessly, Mary Hagan, Wilbert Haidet, Laverne Halterman, Dorothy Haltrich, Hertha Hawk, Nelson Heaston, Marjorie Higelmire, Lathrom Hixon, Dale Hoiermann, Robert Holdson, lanet Hubbard, Doyle Hutt, Margaret Huffman, Betty Hunter, Don Hunter, Martha Hunter, Robert Hutson, Lilah lackson, Cyrus lackson, Devona lackson, Laverne lelm, Theodore lenkins, Betty lones, Mary Kayler, Marian Kienzle, Malcolm Kirk, Barbara Kitzmiller, lohn Kressly, lack Lash, Wellington Leonard, Charles Lovell, Martin Lutz, Ralph Lutz, Stanley Lyon, George MacKenzie, Florence Maholm, Mary Manbeck, Lee McDonald, lames McNally, Charles Megehan, William Merkel, loan Minkin, Ben Mitchell, Avard Moncriei, Donald Moore, lames Moore, Mary Morgan, Leonard Moser, Thomas Muir, William Mulac, Robert Mumaw, Evertt Mumaw, Kenneth Myers, Frederick Myers, Marian Myers, Paul Naylor, Eleanor Nye, Virginia O'Brovac, Louise Owens, lohn Park, Wilbur Paxson, Richard Phillips, Earl Pinnick, Robert Pittenger, lane Pluchel, Louise Propst, William Purviance, Merrill Reed, Mary Richardson, Ralph Rohrbaclier, lane Sabo, Edward Scheuffler, Mary Sells, lames Seubert, Kathryn Sheatsley, Raymond Shepherd, Olen Smith, Merciel Sinith, Suzanne Spencer, Evelyn G5 Spillman, Donald Stephens, Mary Stephens, Ruth Stone, Sterling Talbot, Thomas Tetlow, William Tolson, Grace Traphagen, lames Trautwein, Dorothy Turkle, Edgar Untch, Robert Valis, Mary Volger, Mary Wagenhals, Elizabeth Wagstaft, Mary Waldman, Esther Walker, Lowell Waltz, Hazel Warther, Evelyn Weast, Marie Weber, Eugene Wilcoxin, Ray Williams, Edward Wilson, Richard Windle, loann Wolcott, Wallace FRESHME Wolf, lohn Woddard, lohn Woods, Elsie Woods, Mildred Yohe, Donald Young, lack Yount, lohn Yurjevic, Dorothy Zeh, Betty th ATER ITIES Y"'i 'L 1' bl CS D1 ni--4-Q-u 'T"7'kT'Y'IfY1lluuu11T11 --Q Q -.'.u xQs' . yu 5 h.: 51- - ,s, .- .Q ss ,- . as .v x- 5 I .1 gi 5 5- - ..-.-:'.'. 5 L 5 A A L ,- - .ssu. v-.- .-. .--. .uu- mx .. Q1 Row I: Osborne, Alzner, Weber, R. Weast, W. Weast, Shipe, Bentia, Anderson, Boyle, Gray, Iackson Row II: Graft, Iohnson, Birch, Ashelman, Baxter, Hays, Moser, Mulac, Dillow, Traphagen, Turkle, McNally Row III: Hunter, Pinnick, Dunrnire, Benedict, Pugh, Ross, Cunin, Nicholson, Peeling Row IV: Cardinal, Kiel, Hesson, Aldridge, Rice, Mills, Reed, Raber, Dolan, Nichols, Daugherty, Stephenson Officers Worthy Master ........ . . Worthy Chaplain ........... Worthy Keeper of the Annals. . . Worthy Keeper o I the Exchequer. . . . Worthy Sentinel .............. Worthy Scribe. . Worthy Usher. . Social Chairman .... G8 . . .WILLIAM SHIPE . . . .EDWIN ROSS . . . . .EDGAR GRAFF ......GREER PUGH . . ........... IACK MILLS GEORGE ALDRIDGE .HAROLD NICHOLS GEORGE BENEDICT ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded at Virginia Military Institute, September ll, 1865 Mount Union Chapter founded in l882 Colors-Sky Blue and Old Gold Flower-White Tea Rose HISTORY Alpha Tau Omega was the first Greek letter college fraternity organized after the Civil War. It was founded at Richmond, Virginia, on September ll, 1856, and its first chapter was established at the Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Virginia. The founders were: Otis Allen Glazebroolc, Alfred Marshall, and Erskine Mayo Ross, three young Confererate soldiers who had seen active service in the Confederate army. After the war, their prime objective was to restore the Union, to unite fraternally the young men of the South with those of the North and to foster a Christian brotherhood dedicated to the task of achieving and cherishing permanent peace. They found their inspiration in this sentiment, "No North, no South, no East, no West! But one great nation, Heaven blest!" Today Alpha Tau Omega has ninety-five collegiate chapters. Ohio Alpha Nu was the first chapter in Ohio, installed at Mount Union College on February 14, 1882. The fraternity's chief executive officer is the Worthy Grand Chief. The offices are located at Champaign, Illinois. SENIORS Bankerd, William Bentia, lohn Boyle, George Aldridge, George Alzner, Robert Anderson, Kenneth Benedict, George Ashelman, Robert Birch, lames Baxter, George Cabas, lohn Cardinal, lack Dillow, Howard Grapentine, lack McNally, Robert Gray, Elmer Hesson, Don Hunter, Don IUNIORS Dolan, Darl Garside, Kenneth Hays, Lee lackson, Gerald Maley, Larry Osborne, Harry Weast, Kenneth Keel, Robert Muerth, Arthur Nichols, Harold Nicholson, lohn Shipe, William SOPHOMORES Cunin, lohn Daugherty, lohn Difloure, Thomas Graft, Edgar FRESHMEN Moser, Thomas Paxon, Dick Henry, Francis lohnson, Robert Kirk, lohn Mills, lack Pinnick, Robert Sabo, Edward 69 Weast, Robert Weber, Ronald Ziemke, Howard Peeling, Ronald Pugh, Greer Rice, Ralph Ross, Edwin Raber, Walter Reed, David Sheehan, Carl Stephenson, Ray Smutko, lohn Turkle, Ted Traphagen, lames Williams, Edward Row I: Huth, Smith, Sell, Troutman, Francis, Cottrell Row II: Hardesty, Kiel, DuBar, Cavin, Daniels, Austin Row III: Ernmert, Eckstein, Moncrief, Woodard, Spillman, Howells Row IV: Clark, Young, Hoke, Bates Officers . Eminent Archon ...... Eminent Deputy Archon .... .... Eminent Treasurer .... Eminent Warden ..,. Eminent Chronicler. . Eminent Recorder ..... Eminent Correspondent Eminent Herald ....... Eminent Chaplain ..... First Semester HOWARD PARKER IOHN COTTRELL WILLIAM TROUTMAN ROBERT DuBAR KENNETH EMMERT CHARLES HUTH GENE AUSTIN ALLAN WEST ROY HOKE Second Semester ROBERT SELL CHARLES HUTH WILLIAM TROUTMAN THOMAS HOWELLS OTHAR KIEL ROY HOKE GENE AUSTIN IOHN COTTRELL IOHN HARDESTY SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Founded at the University of Alabama, March 9, 1856 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1885 Colors-Royal Purple and Old Gold Flower-Violet HISTORY The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity was founded on March 9, 1856, at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Eight close friends, led by Noble Leslie DeVotie, were the founders of the fraternity which today is the largest and wealthiest of all national fraternities. The government of the fraternity was vested in the hands of a Grand Chapter for the first thirty years of its existence, then in 1885, due to widespread extension of the chapters, the Grand chapter was discontinued and a Supreme Council was organized. This, and the National Convention, now constitute the chief governing bodies. In spite of strong provincialism, northern extension was gradually accom- plished until at present the fraternity includes lll active chapters, and 46,734 initiates. Pennsylvania Delta at Gettysburg was the first chapter north of the Mason-Dixon Line. This was discontinued two years later and the distinction of being the first continuous chapter in the North fell to Ohio Sigma at Mount Union College, which was founded in 1885. - The chapter at Mount Union College initiated the only President of the United States that Sigma Alpha Epsilon ever had, William McKinley, also such men as Philander Chase Knox, Secretary of State in 1909, Dr. Charles Arm- strong of the United States Public Health Service, who is famous for his infantile paralysis research, Dr. Andervont who is prominent in the cancer field, Louis Brush of the Brush-Moore newspaper unit, and others. , sEN1oRs Cottrell, lohn Hantz, Herbert Parker, Howard Smith, Marshall Francis, Howard Huth, Charles Sell, Robert Troutman, William Griffin, Robert Gilmore, IBIIIGS IUNIORS ' DuBar, Robert Emmert, Kenneth Hardesty, Iohn Kiel, Othar West, Allen SOPHOMORES Austin, Otis Eckstein, Thirl Hoke, Roy Howells, Thomas Moncrief, Donald FRESHMEN Bates, Edward Clark, Hilton Woodard, Russell Young, lack Cavin, Alva Spillman, Donald Yohe, Donald Tl Row I: Iaclcson, Lutz, Vanaman, Walker, Myers, Tetlow, Phillips, Mumaw, Leonard Row II: Ellis, Moore, Cain, Wright, Dermott, Matthews, Greenisen, Bonvalot, Siddall Row Ill: Theiss, Ashbaugh, Kennedy, W. Cope, Weaver, Casselman, Bauman, I. Smith, Neff, Maurer, Maurers Row IV: Aloegglen, Brown, Carter, Moss, Stevens, Bennett, Wilson, McFadden, McConnor, Peter- son, McCord Row V: Lovell, Wilson, Megahan, Ermlich, Darnell, Schneirle, Williams, Gregory, Greiner, lames, Coulter, Dew, Cailor Row VI: Ielm, Probst, Shepherd, Iones, Bottomy, Elder, B. Cope, Young, Harrison, R. Smith, Rains- berger, Abrams Officers O O Eminent Commander . . . . . .LLOYD DERMOTT Lieutenant Commander. , ...,. DONALD GREENISEN Treasurer ........... WARREN MATTHEWS Recorder. . . . .WALTER MCCORD Reporter. . . ...... EARL STEVENS Chaplain ,... CORNELL MCFADDEN Marshal ,.... ..... E UG-ENE BONVALOT Sentinel ....... House Manager. . 72 . . . . .WILLIAM COPE . . . .DONALD MOORE SENIORS SIGMA NU Founded at Virginia Military Institute, lanuary 1, 1869. Mount Union chapter founded in 1892. Colors-Gold, Black, and White. Flower-White Rose. HISTORY It was in 1869 that Cadets Hopkins, Quarles and Riley founded Sigma Nu Fraternity at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington. Since that time one hundred and twelve collegiate chapters have been established, ninety-nine of which are actively functioning today. These ninety-nine chapters represent institutions in forty-six states, making Sigma Nu, geographically, the most representative general college fraternity. Following the installation of Beta Chapter at the University of Virginia, in 1870, several other chapters were established in near-by universities, but it was not until 1884, when Nu chapter was founded at the University of Kansas, that Sigma Nu's real era of national expansion began. The first "northern" chapter at Lehigh University, was founded in 1885. Sigma Nu came to Mount Union College in 1892, when Beta Iota became the third fraternity on the campus. Its first home, theA"Old-Red" on Union Avenue, was the first chapter house owned by any chapter of the fraternity. Among prominent Sigma Nus are former Senator Frederick Steiwer of Oregon, Representative Henry Steagall of Alabama, General Stephen O. F uqua, chief of infantry, U.S.A., "Fuzzy" Knight of the movies, Kay Kyser, tennis champion, Ellsworth Vines,"Hank" Leiber of baseball, and literary critic, Burton Rascoe. 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 Ashbaugh, Dwight Bauman, Iohn Bennett, Robert Biggens, Albert Bonvalot, Eugene Cain, Charles Barr, Fred Cope, ,Benj amin Coulter, Ioseph Elder, Stewart Bottomy, lohn Carter, Glenn Darnell, Leonard Abegglen, Alan Abrams, Robert Brown, Harry Cailor, Frank Chapman, Gale Dew, Richard Casselman, William Cope, William Cross, Ralph Dermott, Lloyd Ellis, Thomas Haines, Richard Kennedy, Donald Matthews, Warren Maurer, Robert McMaster, Elmer Moore, Donald Moss, Melvin IUNIORS Greenisen, Donald McFadden, Cornell Harrison, DeWill Iames, Richard McCord, Walter Peterson, Donald Pierce, Donald Rainsberger, Thomas SOPHOMORES Ermlich, Clifford Greiner, Ioseph Iones, Gomer Kirk, Robert Phillips, Edward Schnierle, Maurice Vanaman, Clyde Gregory, Thomas Iackson, Cyrus lelm, Theodore Kitzmiller, Iohn Leonard, Charles Lovell, Martin FRESHMEN Lutz, Ralph Megahan, William Mumaw, Everett Mumaw, Kenneth Myers, Fred Myers, Paul I Neff, lohn Siddall, Glenn Smith, Iohn Weaver, Willard Wright, Norman Yeagley, Daun Smith, Richard Stevens, Earl Young, Charles Theiss, loseph Williams, Ray Wilson, Howard Probst, William Sheperd, Olen Tetlow, William Walker, Lowell Wilson, Richard Row I: Sadler, Gfuie, Shively, Gentithes, Gay, Bale, Derthick, Fete, Kamasky Row ll: Abel, Morgan, Zeller, Yount, Burridge, Muir, Horne, Lutz, Brugger, Purviance, Sauerbrun Row HI: Wolcott, Thomas, Berryman, Hubbard, Ciccarelli, Neushutz, Shafer, Rutledge, Brown, Dixon Row IV: Andrews, Bauman, Sheatsley, Neidhart, Lemon, Waldman, Ruth, Tarian, Talbot, Coolidge Row V: McDonald, Newman, Askue, Fiegenschuh, Erb, Burnett, Kitson, Henshaw, Moore, Keeler' Owens Officers President ........... Vice President ........ Recording Secretary .... Corresponding Secretary .... .... House Manager ........ Treasurer ........ Social Chairman .... Rushing Chairman .... Chaplain ........... Sergeant-at-arms ...... Laurel Correspondent. . . Pledge Master ........ 74 . . .JAMES RUTLEDGE . . . . . . . .KENNETH ERB . . ............. JAMES RUTH .MERRILL PURVIANCE WILLIAM BURRIDGE CHARLES NEIDHART . . . . .JOSEPH HORNE . . . . . . .LEE BURNETT . . . .STANLEY LUTZ .....IOHN YOUNT . . . . .JAMES MOORE , . . . .LEE BURNETT PI-II KADPA TAU Founded at Miami University, March 17, 1906 . Mount Union Chapter founded in 1915 Colors-Harvard Red and Old Gold Flower-Red Carnation HISTORY Phi Kappa Tau was founded at Miamillniversity, Oxford, Ohio, on March 1.7, 1906. Conoeived by a group of tour men, William H. Shideler, Clifton D. Boyd, Taylor A. Borradaile, and Dwight l. Douglas, Phi Kappa Tau is the fourth of five national fraternities to be founded on the Miami campus. The fraternity is a direct outgrowth of an organization lcnown as the Non-llraternity Association, founded in 1904, a name which was later changed to Phrenocon Association. It was as Phrenocon that the society assumed a national aspect, being installed as a chapter at Ohio University in l9l0. Other affiliations followed, and after the installation of Zeta chapter at the University of lllinois, in l9l8, the name, Phi'Kappa Tau, was formally adopted. The World War forced a temporary cessation of activity in the under- graduate groups of Phi Kappa Tau, the same as in other fraternities. With the close of the war, however, began a period of internal organization. Chapter finances were strengthened, city alumni groups organized, and the national magazine, The Laurel, was established. The National Headquarters Building in Oxford, Ohio, near the site where the fraternity was -founded, was erected in l93l as a memorial to the founders with funds provided from endowments. Bale, lack Derthick, Charles Fefe, Russell Guie, Edwin Keeler, Osborne Mathews, lohn Brugger, Donald Burnett, Lee Erb, Kenneth Andrews, Galen Askue, Robert Bauman, Donald Berrymen, Arthur Burridge, William SENIORS Gay, Gordon Gross, Paul Gentithes, George Hanna, Albert IUNIORS Neushutz, Edward Newman, William Ruth, lames Rutledge, lames SOPHOMORES Henshaw, Robert Horne, loseph Kitson, Robert Neidhart, Charles Sauerbrun, lack Shafer, lames FRESHMEN Ciccarelli, lohn Coolidge, Thomas Dickson, lohn Hubbard, Doyle Lutz, Stanley Moore, larnes Morgan, Arthur Muir, William Owens, lohn Purviance, Merrill 75 Kamasky, Stanley Sadler, William Shively, lesse Scranton, Edwin Waldman, Lewis Zeller, Charles Tarian, Augustine Thomas, lohn Sheatsley, Raymond Talbot, Thomas Wolcott, Wallace Yount, lohn Officers Row I: Cukro, Morris, Bryden, Waltz, Haas, Weidy Row H: Richardson, Havill, Untch, Havill, Wilson Row III: Kunzle, Parks, Parks, Hofer President ...... Vice President. . . Secretary ...... Historian ...,. Treasurer. . Sentinel. . . Marshal .... Chaplain .,.. 76 . , . . .ROBERT BRYDEN . . . .MELVIN WALTZ . . . . .LOUIS MORRIS .......IAMES WEST . . . . .WALTER HAAS . . . . . .CLYDE PARKS GEORGE CUKRO . . . . .IAMES WELDY ALPHA KAPPA PI Founded at Newark College of Engineering, lanuary l, 1921 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1929 Colors-Dartmouth Green and White Flower-Yellow Tea Rose HISTORY Alpha Kappa Pi was founded at the Newark College of Engineering, Newark, New Iersey, on Ianuary I, 1921, where it was previously known as Phi Delta Zeta Fraternity. In the fall of 1925, representatives of Phi Delta Zeta and Alpha Kappa Pi, a local fraternity at Wagner College, Staten Island, New York, at the suggestion of Albert Hughes Wilson of New York City, decided to form their own national organization. On March 23, 1926, the organization was completed in the study of Dr. Wilson and Alpha Kappa Pi made its initial bow into the national fraternity field. The Alpha Chapter was placed at Newark College and the Beta Chapter at Wagner College as a result of a compromise on the selection of a name. Immediately thereafter the fraternity was incorporated in New lersey as the Alpha Kappa Pi Fraternity of the United States of America. Dartmouth Green and White were chosen as the colors of the fraternity and the Yellow Tea Rose-the Mrs. Calvin Coolidge Rose-was designated as the official flower of the fraternity. - The fraternity has steadily grown in number and strength until at present it has twenty-eight chapters. SENIORS Bryden, Robert Snyder, Wilson ' West, Iames IUNIORS Culcro, George Hofer, Frederick Ogle, Robert Roth, Harley Haas, Walter Jacob, Emerson Parks, Carl Shreve, Alfred Havill, Robert Morris, Louis Parks, Clyde Waltz, Melvin Hazen, Thomas Weldy, James SOPHOMORES Campbell, Carl I-Iavill, Francis FRESHMEN Hagen, Wilbert Kienzle, Malcolm Richardson, Ralph Untch, Robert Hawk, Nelson WUCOXGH. Ray A Row I: Schumm, Alexander, Glandon, Thompson, M. Lemloright, Linkenbach, Rukenlorod, Fisher, Trudering, Stookesloerry, Chisolm, Schweinsberqer, B. Ayres Row ll: Mrs. Cole, Fishel, Goode, Hutt, Pappenhagen, Criswell, lackson, Smith, Davis, Scott, Richeson, lones, K. Lembrifght, Pickles, McKenzie, Blackwood Row lll: Sanderson, Tallrnan, Leonard, Ernst, Hart, Moore, I-laltriclc, Graybill, Cook, Kutsch, Warther, McConnor, Newell, Maholm, Naylor, Woods Row IV: McGrew, Kayler, Merkel, Zeh, Ferris, Seubert, Anderson, Herdle, Atwood, Waqenhals, Gottschall, Trautwein, Nye, Shilts, Bonfert, D. Ayers Officers O Q President ...,,. Vice President ......... . . . Recording Secretary .... Corresponding Secretary. . . Treasurer ...... . . . Historian ...,...,,..... lournal Correspondent. . Mistress of Robes ...... Chaplain ............ 7 8 . .RUTH LINKENBACH ..MARY F. GLANDON . . .MYRA TRUDERING .AMELIA ALEXANDER . , . .RUTH CHISHOLM . . . . . . .BETTY AYERS . . . . . . . .BETTY AYERS Marshal ............... . . . ,....... DOROTHY FISHEL I EAN STOOKESBERRY . . . .BETTY JANE FISHER SENIORS ALPHA XI DELTA Founded at Lombard College, April 17, 1893 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1902 Colors-Light Blue, Dark Blue, and White Flower-Pink Rose HISTORY Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, lllinois, April 17, 1893. Ten young women formed the organization for the betterment of their small college and to live above the level of clownishness and selfishness. ln May, 1930, an academic merger was effected between Lombard College and Knox College. With the initiation of thirty-tive pledges, September 13, 1930, Alpha Chapter began its new lite at Knox. Gamma Chapter at Mount Union College was founded August 20, 1902. There are now 56 chapters in Alpha Xi Delta represented in 34 states, 26 ot the chapters own their houses. There are 47 alumni chapters. Some Alpha Xi Delta alumni named in Who's Who are: Dr. Elizabeth Emery Chickering, Physician, Mrs. Mary Tribble Lowry, Dean of Women at Stetson University, and Mrs. Lois Montross Stafford, author. Alexander, Amelia Ayers, Betty Bieri, Mae Bontert, Katherine Brown, Betty Davis, Ruth Ferris, Manette Brunt, Betty Chisholm, Buth Fisher, Betty lane Fishel, Dorothy Ann lackson, Margaret Kutsch, Ruth Lewis, Emma lane Lernbright, Marguerite Linkenbach, Ruth Stooksberry, lean IUNIORS McConnor, Dorothy McGrew, lla Pickles, Esther Rukenbrod, lane SOPHOMORES Ayers, Dorothy Lernbright, Katharine Moore, Harriette Ernst, Helen Leonard, Ruth Ann Newell, Ruth Hart, loan FRESHMEN Anderson, Christine Goode, Frances lones, Mary Howe Atwood, leanette Gottschall, Ruth Ann Kayler, Marian Binsley, Bettijane Graybill, Betty Mackenzie, Caroline Blackwood, Martha Halterman, Dorothy Maholm, Mary Cook, Greta Criswell, lane Haltrich, Hertha Hutt, Margaret Merkel, loan Nayler, Elinor Woods, lane 79 Thompson, Christine Trudering, Myra Glandon, Mary F. Sanderson, Elsie lane Scott, Ruth Shilts, Elinor Pappenhagen, Mary Richeson, Martha Tallman, Eleanora Nye, Virginia Seubert, Catherine Spencer, Evelyn Trautwein, lean Wagenhals, Betty Warther, Evelyn Row I: Rockhill, Walker, Rickard, Ball, McCann, Pickens, Cessna, Strothard, Traphagen Row H: Eastlake, Doody, Browning, Burbacher, Smith, Pierce, Tarr, Hobson Row III: Ball, Hoiles, Sheehy, McC1urg, White, Andrews, Weir, Amsiuiz, Arter Row IV: Weast, Power, Black, Jackson, Kirk, Geddert, Wagstaff, Roath Row V: Garman, Harry, Kinney, Moore, House, Douglass, Reed Officers President . ............. . Vice President ........... Corresponding Secretary. . . Recording Secretary ...... .... .MILDRED BURBACHER . . . .KATHERINE CESSNA Treasurer ........... . . . . . . Chaplain ........... Marshal .... Librarian . . . Historian .... 80 . . . .MAXINE MCCANN . . . . .ALICE RICKARD . . . . . .ALMA HOBSON . . .RUTH TRAPHAGEN . . .ELEANOR PICKEN S .........OLIVE TARR . . . . .FRANCES BERGERT DELTA DELTA DELTA Founded at Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1914 Colors-Silver, Gold, and Blue Flower-Pansy HISTORY On Thanksgiving Eve, I888, at Boston University, Delta Delta Delta was founded by Sarah Ida Shaw, Eleanor Dorcas Pond, Florence Stewart, and Isabelle Breed. Its growth has steadily increased, and today Tri-Delta has 87 chapters. The stars and crescent of Delta Delta Delta's pin were chosen because of their bright appearance in the sky the night of the sorority's founding. Delta Delta Delta is an international fraternity. There are chapters both in Canada and abroad. In Ohio colleges there are five chapters of Tri-Delts. Last fall the Delta's initiated a new publication program. It includes the "Trident," a magazine, and the 'lDeltagram," a smaller publication. These are sent to life subscribers. The editor is Mary lames Stark. National Conventions are held every three years. The Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of Delta Delta Delta will be observed at Boston this year. Every year the Deltas of Ohio meet at Columbus for a convention known as State Day. Some well known Tri-Delts are: Mrs. Phillip S. Post, only woman of the Knox Board of Trustees, Ernestine B. Grigsby, noted artist, journalist and public speaker, and Bette Davis, cinema artist. Bergert, Frances Cessna, Kathryn Coy, Mary Ball, Ianet Browning, Elizabeth Burbacher, Mildred Doody, Sara Arnstutz, Myra Andrews, Sara I. Arter, Dorothy Ball, Ioyce Douglass, Louise Black, Sally Garrnan, Eleanor Hunter, Martha SENIORS McCann, Maxine Strothard, Margaret Pickens, Eleanor Traphagen, Ruth Rickard, Alice Walker, Nancy IUNIORS Eastlake, Eleanor Harry, Dorothy Heisler, lean Hobson, Alma Pierce, Mary Martin, Evelyn Rockhill, lane Sebring, Barbara SOPHOMORES Geddert, Virginia Hoiles, losephine House, Ruth Kinney, Olive McClurg, Louise Miller, lean Murray, Carola Power, Betty Roath, lean Sefert, Dorothy FRESHMEN Iackson, LaVerne Moore, Mary Louise Kirk, Barbara Reed, Mary 8 I Watkin, Grace Smith, Martha Tarr, Olive Wursthorn, Ann Wursthorn, Betty Sheehy, lanet Stroup, Marjorie Weir, Florence White, lane Wagstaff, Mary Weast, Marie Windle, Ioarin Row I: Masters, Goodnouqh, Osmond, Dunfee, Iman, Williams, Howell, Calobut Row II: Buxton, Thompson, Drake, Smart, Spies, Mincks, Wagner ROW III: Rohrbacker, Daryman, Elder, Heaston, Yurjevic, Kiclwell, German Row IV: Sneary, Ambler, Bardon, Hatton, Huffman, Dugan, Morey Officers . President ........... Vice President ....... Recording Secretary ....., . . Corresponding Secretary .... . . Treasurer ............... ..... Warden ..... Chaplain .,.......... Historian .............. Iournal Correspondent .... 8 2 . . . .ELEANOR IMAN . . . . . , .IESSIE BRENET . . ,MARIORIE DUNFEE BETTY GOODNOUGH LUCILLE WILLIAMS . . . . . .RUTH OSMOND . . . .MAXINE CABBUT . . . . .BETTIE MASTERS , . . .FRANCES AMBLER ALPHA CHI OMEGA Founded at DePauw University, October 15, 1885 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1920 Colors-Scarlet and Olive Flower-Scarlet Carnation and Smilax HISTORY Alpha Chi Omega fraternity was founded October 15, 1885, at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana. Alpha Eta chapter was installed on the Mount Union College Campus on Iune ll, 1920. Originally only girls who were specializing in music were admitted. The seven founders were: Anna Allen, Olive Burnett, Bertha Deniston, Amy DuBois, Nellie Ganble, Bessie Grooms, and Estelle Leonard. The colors of Alpha Chi Omega are scarlet and olive green while the flower is the red carnation. Alpha Chi Omega is an international organization for there are now sixty-two active chapters in forty-eight states and one chapter in Canada. Four of these chapters are in the state of Ohio. There are forty-three alumnae chapters and sixty-four alumnae clubs which are located in most of the large cities of the United States. The Lyre is the quarterly publication of Alpha Chi Omega. Besides a War Orphan Fund, the fraternity maintains Star Studio at MacDowell colony and many scholarship and loan funds for its members. 1 Among the prominent Alpha Chi Omegas are Dorothy Thompson Lewis, noted journalist, Marion Nevin MacDowell, composer, and Maud Powell, noted woman violinist. SENIORS Brenet, Iessie Goodnough, Betty Osmond, Ruth Williams, Lucille Dunfee, Marjorie lman, Eleanore Shultz, Thelma IUNIORS Ambler, Frances Dugan, lane Howell, Sarah Minclcs, Eleanor Cabbut, Maxine Elder, Irene Masters, Bettie Smart, Dorothy Drake, lane German, Evelyn McMillan, June Spies, Winitred Wagner, Helen M. SOPHOMORES Hatton, Margaret Kidwell, lean Sneary, May Thompson, Dorothea . FRESHMEN . Bardon, Elizabeth Daryman, Glorice Huffman, BGHY R0h1'baCh9Tf lane Brown, Betty Heaston, Marjorie Morey, Barbara Yurjevic, Dorothy Buxton, Sarah Holdson, Ianet Pluchel, Louise S23 Row l: House Mother M. Unkefer, Kelley, Trevy, Lapp, Difloure, Blacl-:ledge Row ll: Goddard, M. Stevens, R. Stevens, Pittenger, Allen, Hawkins, Scheuffler Row Ill: Waltz, Valis, Summer, Haessly, Smith, Hanna, B. Gallaher, I. Gallaher Officers President .... . . . Vice President ..... Treasurer ............ . , . Recording Secretary ..... . . . Editor .......,.... 84 . . . .EDITH TREVEY . . . .ETHEL LAPP . . . . .ILENE HANNA . WINIF RED SUMMER . . , . . .MARIE KELLY KADPA DELTA. . . . . Founded at the Virginia State Normal School, October 23, 1897 Mount Union Chapter founded in 1924 Colors-Olive Green and Pearl White Flower-White Rose HISTORY On October 23, 1897, a group of tour girls, Mary Sommerville Sparks, Lenore Ashmore, Sara Turner, and Iulia Gardiner Tyler, granddaughter ot President Tyler, students at Virginia State Normal School at Farmville, Virginia, iormed the group which in April, 1902, was chartered under Virginia Law as Alpha chapter ot Kappa Delta Sorority. In 1912, it entered the National-Pan Hellenic Council, the only sorority ever accepted on a tirst petition. Today, Kappa Delta has 68 college chapters and 105 alumnae associations scattered throughout the country. Its membership totals approximately 15,'YOO. Kappa Delta publications include: The Katydid, convention daily, Ta Takta, a secret publication, The Songbook, The Pledge Manual, The Chapter Officers' Handbook, and a quarterly magazine, Angelos. Kappa Delta maintains a Student Loan Fund to assist its members in college, a Chapter House Fund to aid chapters in owning their own homes, and an Endowment Fund iormecl entirely through savings. As a national philanthropy, Kappa Delta supports tive beds in the Richmond Crippled Children's Hospital. Outstanding Kappa Deltas include Pearl S. Buck, novelist, Sylvia Meyer, harpist, Agnes Samuelson, former president ot National Education Association, Mrs. William Bankhead, Wite ot the Speaker of the House. SENIORS Blackledge, Martha Difloure, Yolanda Lapp, Ethel Trevey, Edith IUNIORS Hanna, Ilene Kelley, Marie Summer, Winitred SOPHOMORES Gallaher, Betty lane Hankins, Helena Hillman, Marguerite Smith, Agnes FRESHMEN Allen, Ruth Haessly, Mary Scheufiler, Mary A. Stephens, Mary Gallaher, Imogene Pittenger, lane Smith, Suzanne Stephens, Ruth Goddard, Virginia S5 Valis, Mary the ORGANIZATIONS THE HNONIAN THE DYNAMO The Unonian has been revised this year and has been placed under a constitution. Its main purpose is to publish a book that portrays college lite as it is on Mount's Campus. Dr. R. C. Hildner is the faculty advisor. Editor-in-Chief ......... ,,,, W ILLIAM TROUTMAN Business Manager. . . Senior Associate Editors. lunior Editors ....... lunior Associate Editors. . Sports Editor ....,... Fraternity Editor. . . Organization Editor. . Faculty Editor. . . Class Editor. . . Feature Editor. . . Snapshot Editor. . . ALICE RICKARD RUTH LINKENBACH THIRL ECKSTEIN .. JOHN I-IARDESTY CARL PARKS BETTY BROWN ' ' ' ' SARA DOODY ......WGREER PUGI-I . .NORMAN WRIGHT . . . . . . .EDITH TREVEY . . .SARAH HOWELL .MARIORIE DUNFEE .RUTH TRAPHAGEN DONALD MONCRIEF .........IACK BALE KATHERINE BONFERT ' ' GLADSTONE BROWN Assistant Bus. Mgrs. . . William Troutman lack Bale Editor Business Manager The Dynamo is the college weekly publication which was organized in the school year of 1889-90. The publication is at present under the supervision ot a faculty committee composed of Dr. A. F. Englebert, Dean Sarah Stevenson, and Professor Henry l. Anthony and the Dynamo Association. Editor ........ . . Associate Editors. . Business Manager ...... Assistant Business Managers . , . . lunior Assistant Editors. . Women's News Editor . . Sports Editor ...... Society Editor. . . Feature Editor ..... .... ...RUSSELL I. FETE rmssir BRENET "1ROBERT BRYDEN . . .LLOYD DERMOTT DONALD PIERCE DONALD PETERSON Russel Fete Lloyd Dermott Editor Business Manager IAMES RUTLEDGE WINIFRED SUMMER . . , . ,RUTH TRAPHAG'-EN LEONARD DARNELL . .ELEANORE IMAN . . . .BETTY BROWN . . . . . . .MARIORIE DUNFEE Staff Typist ...... ..... LE AH MAE SCHUMM Exchange Editor. . . 3 9 PHI SIGMA PSI KAPPA OMEGA Alpha Beta of Phi Sigma, national honorary biological fraternity, was installed at Mount Union in 1928. The faculty members of the group are Dr. l. M. Scott, Professor O. H. Engle, and Professor Alan Donaldson. The group has scheduled distinguished speakers in the field of biology for its programs for the past year. Martha E. Ayers Grace Mae Bieri Robert Bryden lohn Cottrell lane Drake lane Dugan Richard Haines MEMBERS lames Hess Edward Hunter Eleanore lman Evelyn Martin . Dorothy McConner lune McMillan lla McGrew Romona Nieberding Eleanor Pickens Edwin Ross Elsie lane Sanderson Norman Schwartz Ruth Scott Martha Smith Harold Yeager Psi Kappa Omega is the local honorary scholastic fraternity cor- responding to Phi Beta Kappa. Membership in it is restricted to, tive' percent of the student body whose scholarship does not fall below Dr. Forest l. Shollenberger is Chairman of the ninety-three percent. Council. Eleanore lman Edmund Hunter George Gentithes Ruth Chisholm Howard Francis MEMBERS Myra Trudering Ronald Weber Ruth Osmond Lucille Williams Christine Thompson Ethel Lapp Dorothy Weigand William Keeler Leah Mae Schumm Walter Haas OFFICERS President IOHN P. SMITH Corresponding Secretary LANE DUGAN Recording Secretary THOMAS ELLIS Treasurer CORNELL MCFADDEN PI GAMMA MH ALEMBROIC Treasurer Ohio Zeta is the Mount Union chapter ot Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary. It aims to study society and social questions in the light ot scientific truth and by the scientific method. The chapter was organized in 1935 by Dr. Ralph B. Tower ot the Economics Depart- ment, and is open to luniors and Seniors. MEMBERS William Troutman Myra Trudering Ronald Weber Lucille Williams Robert Bennett Ruth Chisholm Edmund Hunter Ethel Lapp Maxine McCann V Ruth Osmond Eleanor Pickens Wilson Snyder This society is an honorary chemistry fraternity. It was organized in the year 1932 with the purpose ot promoting an interest in chemistry by dealing with the lives ot famous chemists and the latest chemical experiments. Each year, the fraternity brings a noted chemist to the campus. The membership is limited to students who have sixteen hours ot chemistry with an average ot B or higher. Morgan are the faculty advisors. MEMBERS Eleanore Irnan Esther Herdle Norman Schwartz Carl Parks George Aldridge Greer Pugh less Shively l ames Weldy Dr. Papenhagen and Dr. Robert Mauer Howard Vosler Charles Gow Clyde Parks 93 OFFICERS President LLOYD DERMOTT Vice President RUSSELL FETE Secretary DR. L. E. WARREN OFFICERS President ROBERT WEAST Vice President EDMUND HUNTER Secretary MELVIN MOSS HOWARD FRANCIS WOMEN'S STUDENT COUNCIL Y. M. C. A. AND Y. W. C. A. This group is representative ot all ot the girls' groups on the campus. Since it was organized, it has succeeded in cooperating with the Student Senate in promoting the highest standards of honor and integrity in personal conduct, and in developing and directing those activities which relate to all college women. All registered women students from Mount Union College are members. Dean Sarah C. Stevenson is the advisor. The Y.M.C.I-X. on Mount's Campus awakened to new lite during the past two semesters. The Y sponsored a very successful stunt night and Homecoming pep rally and procured Rev. I-Ioverland for a series ot very interesting lectures during "Y Week." The Y.W.C.A. organization stresses "all-round" personality develop- ment. New students meet the members in the "Big sister-Little sister" relationship, and through the Y.W.C.A. Freshman Party. Two meetings are held each month, one ot which is led by an interest group. Vesper services and lectures are annually scheduled events on the program. 95 OFFICERS President MARTHA BLACKLEDGE Vice President RUTH TRAPHAGEN Secretar y MILDRED BURBACHER Treasurer IANE DUGAN OFFICERS President ROBERT ABEL Vice President WILLIAM KEELER Secretary PAUL LaFOLLETTE Treasurer WILSON SNYDER President RUTH CHISHOLM Vice President I ESSIE BRENET Secretary ESTHER HERDLE Treasurer FRANCES GLANDON STUDENT SENATE DEBATE TEAM The Senate is composed of representatives trom each fraternity and sorority on the campus. Its purpose is to exercise a general supervision over the student activities, and maintain a relationship between the faculty and the student group. MEMBERS Louis Morris Melvin West Martha Smith Gene Austin Pauline Myers Ronald Weber Christine Thompson Under the direction ot Professor Kettering Mount Union's Debate Team has written another season ot "hard fought battles" into the records. Their schedule has included many colleges and universities. Participa- tion in inter-collegiate debate entitles the student to admission to Tau Kappa Alpha, the national honorary forensic fraternity on the campus. MEMBERS larnes Rutledge Galen Andrews Malcom Kienzle loe Horn Lee Burnett 97 OFFICERS President GEORGE GENTITHES Vice President DONALD PETERSON Secretary ETHEL LAPP Treasurer LUCILLE WILLIAMS OFFICERS President WILSON SNYDER Secretary GEORGE GENTITHES PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL ELLIOTT HALL BOARDS i Pan-Hellenic Council is the inter-sorority governing body. This group supervises the activities ot rush Week, settles disputes, and attempts to promote harmony among Mount Union Sororities. Pan-Hellenic also sponsors a mid-year dance at which sorority girls MEMBERS lane Rockhill losephine Hoiles Katherine Bonfert Iane Rukenbrod Edith Trevey Maxine McCann Ruth Linkenbach Eleanor Iman are hostesses. lessie Brenet Betty Masters Ilene Hanna Marguerite Hillman The custom has been tor the girls living in Elliott Hall and its annexes to elect a governing board each semester which Wi.lI promote cooperative living, protect the rights ot others, provide social opportunities, and make the rules and regulations tor the occupants ot the hall. This is done under the guidance ot Dean Stevenson and with the help ot Miss Housel, Mrs. Cole, and Mrs. Riker. MEMBERS First Semester Sarah Howell lean Miller Martha Smith Mary Stephens Second Semester Frances Gangl Helena Hankins Frances Ambler Mary Wagstatf 99 OFFICERS President ALICE RICKARD Vice President BETTY BROWN Secretary SARAH HOWELL Treasurer MARIE KELLY FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS President RUTH TRAPHAGEN Vice President MAXINE MCCANN Secretary IANE RUKENBROD SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS President LUCILLE WILLIAMS Vice President EDITH TREVEY Secretary IANE ROCKHILL LAHRIGER W. A. A. Lauriger is a honorary organization composed ot not less than tive, and not more than seven girls. The qualifications for membership are leadership, scholarship, and character. The girls are 'ltapped" at a special service in chapel at which time each girl receives a laurel leaf. The motto ot Lauriger is "Merit through service, and service through merit." MEMBERS Ruth Chisholm Eleanore Iman Nancy Walker Ruth Linkenbach Upon enrollment in the college, every woman becomes a non-active member ot the VV'omen's Athletic Association. She may become an active member, however, through participation in the seasonal sports and tournaments sponsored by the group. The organization is governed by a Board selected from the sororities and the Signet Club. BOARD MEMBERS Maxine Cabbut Pauline Myers Margaret lackson lane Drake Rosanna lohnson Manette Ferris Betty Gallaher Sara Doody 101 OFFICERS President ETHEL LAPP Secretary MARY F. GLANDON OFFICERS President RUTH OSMOND Vice President ALICE RICKARD Secretary WINIFRED SUMMER A CAPPELLA CHOIR COLLEGE BAND The College A Cappella Choir, under the direction of Dr. Walter H. Hodgson, has made definite progress this past year. The group has sung in various high schools around Alliance and made one trip to Cleveland and Berea, Ohio, in an exchange concert with Baldwin- Wallace College. The choir is one of the largest Mount has ever had, and has furnished many impressive numbers for the chapel service. The Band is a relatively new addition to Mount Union College. Since it has played at football and basketball games, the spirit has been greatly increased. Gordon Scott has done a great job as Major Domo. We sincerely hope the band will continue its fine work in the future. 103 PHYSICAL EDUCATION p D - , ROBERT D. WRIGHT Director ot Department of Health and Physical Education, Head Basketball Coach HARRY GELTZ Assistant Professor of Physical Education, Head Football Coach 106 X2 Physical Education at M. U. C. Under the able direction ot Coach Robert D. Wright and Coach Harry Geltz Mount Union College has become one ot the leading contenders ot the Ohio Conference in all intercollegiate sports. This is but one phase ot the Physical Education Program at Mount Union College. The Department ot Health and Physical Education attords an opportunity tor all students to develop an interest in play and recreation that Will be of use and pleasure to them during their college and later liteg to develop the social and moral standards such as sportsmanship, teamwork, tolerance, and other char- acter benefits which naturally come from properly conducted play. lt attords a chance tor the development ot the organic powers ot the body which will aid in good health. The department turther provides tor improvement in coordina- tion and correct use ot the body. There are tive definite divisions in the plan ot administration ot the Health and Physical Education Program ot Mount Union College, presented in a pyra- midal pl.an ot progression. First, each student is examined tor health and physical titnessg then by the health department they are classified according to fitness and motor ability. Second, there is a required physical education program tor Freshmen and Sophomores which consists ot instruction in tundamental skills, techniques, and a history ot a large variety ot games, sports, and contests. 1 Third, We have a tull intramural program which reaches the majority of students that do not participate in intercollegiate athletics. Fourth, Mount Union has teams participating in intercollegiate Football, Basketball, Golt, Track, Cross Country, and Tennis. Fitth, Mount provides tor professional preparation ot teachers of Health and Physical Education. In these classes the students learn advance instruction in teaching and coaching physical activities and health education. ' Our Health and Physical Education Program at Mount Union College is one ot the best, and we have due right to be proud ot it and its work. U 107 VARSITY FOOTBALL Mount Union's Purple Raiders, handicapped by the loss of ten lettermen from last year, turned in a record ot three Wins, three ties, and three losses in a nine game schedule. ' Mount opened its season with a decisive victory over Adrian by the tune ot 18-O. lohn Cabas, one of the sophomore hopes of the year, was injured and saw little action the rest ot the season. The Mount Union linx continued against a surprisingly strong Hiram team When Ralph Rice was injured While leading Mount to a 'Y-'Y tie. Mount Union's otiensive strength was very Weak in this game, since they tailed to put the ball over from within the ten yard stripe several times. In the Finlay game, which ended O-O, time and time again the lack of scoring punch was shown by the Raiders. Otterbein handed us our first defeat to the tune ot 12-7. Although Mount had 17 first downs to Otterbein's 2, Mount still lost the game. The Migration Game with Wooster Was next in line, and a small crowd shivered through a bleak October day to see the Scots take the measure of the Purple Raiders 7-O. The Ohio Conference Champs, Denison, trampled the boys ot Mount 14-O. Row I Henry, Reed, Nichols, Boyd, Ziemke, Smith, Neff, Greenisen, lackson, Monti, Sabo, Raber, Muerth Row ll Farmer, Carter, Smith, Stevenson, Wilson, Paxson, Howells, Bottorny, Cardinal, Cukro, Ashleman Row lll: Delich, Abegglen, lohnson, Stevens, Errnlich, Peeling, Keel, Bobick, Cabas, Dolan, Wright, Gfeltz lax Oar.. M. pn... .., JW-as l 108 The big game ot the year was the Homecoming Game with the Polar Bears T of Ohio Northern. On a perfect day, before a large crowd of cheering alumni, in addition to a series of gala fraternity tloats and the Homecoming Queen and her Court ot Honor, Mount showedlold form in trampling the Bears 7-O. The only score of the game was made by a series ot passes from the invalid Rice to All-Ohio Ziemke, Who carried the ball across the coveted goal line. The final game of the year, with Muskingum, ended in a 7-7 tie. Adrian ..... Mount Union Hiram. . . Mount Union Findlay .,., Mount Union Otterbein. . . Mount Union Wooster. . . Mount Union Ashland ..... Mount Union Denison ....., Ohio Northern .... Muslcingum . . . Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union FRESHMEN FOOTBALL Row l: Lutz, Brown, Hubbard, Moser, Walker, Bates, Grapentine Row H: Parker, Wolcott, Irwin, Lash, Spillman, Lovell, Abegglen 1 VARSITY BASKETBALL By Winning seventeen games in a nineteen game schedule, Coach Bob Wright's Purple Raiders laid claim to the mythical Ohio State Championship. With the playing of an airtight defensive game and With smooth Working offense, they proved themselves to be another superior team. The squad opened the season with an impressive victory over Findlay by the tune of 35-2l. Then Dayton, Cincinnati, and lohn Carroll were defeated by Mount. The Mounters met their initial reverse of the season when Bowling Green edged them out 42-40. ln a comeback, Oberlin and Case fell, although a stulkx born Case team furnished such an opposition that an overtime period was needed. The Raiders next turned back Ohio Northern and Heidelberg. The second and final defeat of the season came at the hands of Wooster, 38-34. ln the rest of the games of the season Mount settled down to a steady game of ball and defeated Ashland, Fenn, Hiram, Denison, Otterbein, and Muskingum. A smooth Working Heidelberg team threw a scare into the Mounters, but the Wrightmen closed fast to Win 31-28. Lett to right: McMaster, Paxson, Bottomy, Ziemke, Scott, Mills, Weaver, Raber, Reed, Ben Cope, Nichols, Cabas, Bill Cope 110 The climax of the season came when the Mounters turned back Wooster'S undefeated Conference leaders 38-36 before an overflowing crowd in Memorial Hall. Although handicapped by the loss, via the personal foul route, of its spark-plug, lack Mills, the team held the highly praised Frascella to one field goal. The Purple and White finished its season by defeating Kenyon 45-36. Findlay ...... Cincinnati .... Dayton ......., .... lohn Carroll .... .... Bowling Green. . . , . . . Oberlin ....,. Case ......... Ohio Northern .... .... Heidelberg .... Wooster .... Ashland .,.. Fenn ..... Hiram. . Denison .... Otterbein. . . Muskingum. . . Heidelberg .... Wooster .... Kenyon. . . 27 2O 36 42 2l 48 31 27 38 24 28 28 28 24 30 28 36 36 Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union Mount Union FRESHMEN BASKETBALL Row l: Haidet, Lovell, Spillrnan, Grapentine, Brown, Phillips Row ll: Vanaman, Abrams, Cailor, Yohe, Lutz. Hunter 111 TENNIS SQUAD GOLF SQUAD . TRACK SQUAD CROSS COUNTRY VOLLEYBALL Class B-A.T.O. GEORGE ALDRIDGE GEORGE BOYLE IOHN DAUGHERTY KENNETH GARSIDE ELMER GRAY IACK MILLS GREER PUGH WILLIAM SHIPE RONALD WEBER BASKETBALL M Class B-A.T.O. GEORGE BOYLE IOHN CUNIN KENNETH GARSIDE ELMER GRAY FRANCIS HENRY ROBERT KEEL RONALD PEELING EDWARD SABO IOHN SMUTKO RONALD WEBER TUG-OF-WAR 150 Pound Class-A.T.O ROBERT ALZNER GEORGE ALDRIDGE GEORGE BENEDICT IOHN DAUGHERTY KENNETH GARSIDE EDGAR GRAFF IACK GRAPENTINE IOI-IN NICHOLSON GREER PUGH TUG-OF-WAR Heavyweight-P.K.T. 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