Muskingum University - Muscoljuan Yearbook (New Concord, OH)

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I r w f 4 w w 4 w I i T Printed by Groy Printing Co. ' Engraved Pontioc Engraving Co. Photographed by Muellor, Studio. , g Cover by Kingskroft Cover Co. G in ifiilmoy aii f W 1 w K w w 111 T um ' ', 'H , ,H W, 7 7 --v wupmx - wgg - '-'-D""4-l- L 7 - ,. . V -15 17,47 V , ,W .3 , - 2 vi- i-f-:f'f' '-- w H H H ww mu , H H w ww H M ,.fass5 . ' .gl ,-ij 42' 3D-- ' '- 'O 'Ti 41.-1-5 4. Z' ,... Ai Elf-'HI 4:m.r:::'.... f- .- .1 H...- M, :alma -s.'H'seE--!.sv- ' G l lZE ' -A" Y --W H41 1-Q - --' A cn- - AY -v--pr -- 7-' - -, 'arm - --- -W -'T -- ---- H fiv- -V , --W - -- --,--- - - -1, -V---v---1-fs: -- - -- K Y -Te --- - - -,wan-'J-is M i Qlpfzmzd I it FOR the past three years the students of the class of nineteen thirty-nine have been inculcating into their personalities all of the qualities and ideals of Muskingum College with which we have had the privilege of coming in contact. During those three years we have been watching our college, even under the most strenuous circum- stances, grow in gargantuan proportions through the efforts and leadership of our progressive administration. Although there are undoubtedly many incidental sources to which this new century progress can be attributed, and no matter how important a role they have played in this progressiveness, we feel they all lead back to one embryo - the president of the college. ln our status we have no words which could describe his brilliantly versatile personality, and so we should like to reiterate a quotation from Cicero which we think is in a small measure on adequate description of his qualities. "l-le is an eloquent man who can treat humble subjects with delicacy, lofty things impressively, and moderate things temperately." His spirit rises up to guide the every move of advance- ment of our college, the "statue" of his exquisite personality will loom large in the minds of the present generations of students, and in those who are yet to come. So to our progressive leader, educator, president, the man of the new century, Dr. Robert N. Montgomery, we dedicate the Muscoljuan of nineteen thirty-eight. "We present for your approval" the Muscoljuan of nineteen thiry-eight, which looks with focused eye on the prominent events of the past year. The i938 Muscoljuan will try to incorporate within its pages those events which are the very essence of the true pulsating campus life. An annual is an instrument reflecting those experiences which become looming shadows that haunt us and call us back to "the good old college days." lt has been the attempt of the Staff to thrust upon the pages of this book those experiences which truely inculcote the Muskingum spirit. To reiterate in pictorial and literary style the environment of our Alma Mater has been our taskg we hope that you enjoy the Muscoljuan of nineteen thirty-eight and that it may bring back reflections of your college days . . . that the shadows of your activities may loom large before your reflective memories. minufmfim . . . Reflecting memories find here the guiding spirit of the surging student body, the cooperative attitude that broadens the vivacity ot youth. C!d4464 . . . "The crux of the educational system," reminiscing memories marvel at advances made from the Freshman to the polished Senior who is tempered to weather the storm of lite. dl4fl!9lfL.4 . . . Pausing to reflect over the shadows of the extra curricular phases of the campus, memories glide over the incidents of these brotherly contacts. G-lfifefge . . . "To live again the battles of the gridiron, and the events ot the cinder track," is the reminiscing desire at many who recall those exciting shadows of the past. Jd,ilfL'ZZ64 - . . "Beauty is an all pervading presence, which haunts the depths of the earth and the sea, and gleams out in hues of the shell of the precious stone." v 7433, .M-,Q-gi., , .,- - .1..-- -qi- , st ,f swf AW if ff ' o f if iff i i it h ie' ,f fffgiiifmg y 'ff -" -- f- -1 - N , Y f f errln :-E., :Q-v,4,?,,,f,5t144x1-wg-vwgm Montgomery Hall Women's Dommitory Jfeffgcfzw 5414 McConagha Stadiu College Drive .'-' . ., - 1'-k m'I,i,3 'A iv , ,, Ag, M.-- - S ---N 5 ia- - +- U Y Y ,,w,M , , , W V Y Q J V - '-- W !--- -----f--. ,,- , . --. Y 43: - .,...... , ,, , ,7 ,,,T,. , . .ir 1- , Y F-1-3' , , .. .MMT . W'-- Z --I 2- S-Q ..-N -.,..- - , 3 if P Je nog Jimi fam . .riff illyfypf 1. , ,. 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Montgomery and J. Knox Mont- gomery as President and Vice President are giving Muskingum its second century impetus. J. Knox Montgomery, Robert N. Montgomery Charles Rush Layton Samuel Harrison McGuire J. Knox Montgomery Dean of Speech Professor of Social Science College Vice President Frank Ernest Work George Lash Robert Montgomery Professor of History Dlrecforlof College President Centennial Fund John Glenn Lowery Mary E. Sharp Anna Neuenschwander Dean of Education Professor of Modern Associate Professor of Languages Modern Languages William Wishart Gray Helen Reeder Margretta Molden Professor of Violin A Dean's Secretary l"'5l"l-'CTP' in Modem Languages r l i i xl it f l l i.. l K Y . 'Q C. R. Layton J. G. Lowery S. H. McGuire M. E. Sharp A. Neuenschwander F. E. Work W. W. Gray G. Lash H. Reeder M. Molden i 14 l C. l. Orr C. E. McKnight C. D. Morehead P. E. Martin Cora l. Orr Dean of Women Charles D. Morehead ' Dean of Men Ralph Wilson Ogan Dean of College Dean Ogan "T'7'7l?l1Ui'7P l7 lf . .. Y-151' -3 nr 'Y V 1 .. . .. .. , gi , ,ii in ll'ii..5? "' ... .. J . g Mtg. ff I V N, .1 JS ,Qi 4 . ali ' i' I - f . U . ,fr N 2' g N Ni I . . g. gy. . J. J. Smith M. F. Rehg J. G. Ralston E. R. Bryant Carrie E. McKnight Registrar Paul E. Martin Professor of Physics John J. Smith Professor of Psychology Earl R. Bryant Professor of Biology .4 H. M. Clarke W. H. Wilcox Milton F. Rehg Director of Conservatory Helen M. Clarke Associate Professor of Psychology James G. Ralston P'rofessor of Chemistry Willis H. Wilcox Professor of English A certain young man crossed the threshold of Muskingum College in search of 'a higher educationg eight 'ii E, ft years ago that same man returned to his Alma Mater to fill the capacity of . sfr J- P ' College Dean, to return to the present Vg V student generation that which he had received a few years previously. w... 'SQ ' jcrif- E l ,..H,,.,,M,.f,.'.'...,Q' . 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Ludlow M. E. Maupin W. B. Fair N. A. Gilbert Muriel T. Bain Instructor in Speech William L. Ludlow Asst. Professor of Political Science Merle E. Maupin Asst. Professor of Music Wade B. Fair Instructor in Wind Instruments Donald Fields Instructor in Latin J. Merle Rite Professor of Classical Languages, and Bible Ferne P. Layton Professor of Speech ,5""-'. 0, , f1.1?'f s1itQ,i.'Zff"iiz5ii,.ik, 'bg ul f .14 tt f 5-ffffwf f 5, 114' ,. W. H. Ewing E. L. McGuire R. H. Mitchell Neil A. Gilbert Instructor in Mathematics William H. Ewing Asst. Professor in Speech Esther L. McGuire Asst. Professor of English Robert H. Mitchell Asst. Professor of Geology James L. McCreight Professor of Bible Stuart K. Holcomb Director of Phys. Education H. Dwight Ballentine Alumni Secretary I F 'tw' 4:-my Z WM -, 1. ,V w-49 fav, 4 41. , 1 v fr r .ff 411' -1 I 5 s. r r 1' -page 51 J'-"' 9- :L 1 xv 1, 11 ,gm 'Ll 1149561 f iff? ll 11 4 "' . 'vasyilk-.,3,'. ,14f',v'," .-' QU 4. ', 'I.7"p::4,ti1q,,.:,5,5'p,.j-3 H rr. 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Closser Associate Professor Home Economics Beulah B. Brown Associate Professor English Winifred H. McKirahan Assistant Librarian A. l. Horner J. M. Trace J. F. Grimm Asst. Professor of Physical Education John D. Blanchard Asst. Professor of Econ. Janey M. Trace of Instructor in Voice Metta Hoopman Secretary to Dean of Women Wilda M. Thompson of College Auditor Beula G. Fitzwater of Secretary of Finance ' ' Committee l.. E. Bixler G. De Jong Ernest E Wylie C. F. Moses J. F. Grimm M. Mariner J. D. Blanchard Custodian of Buildings l A, J. Closser P, E. Clark B. B. Brown W. H. McKirahan M. Hoopman W. M. Thompson B. G. Fitzwater E. E. Wylie 'aw y S-cm- 2,11 I , .U.. Q. a .-K, . fl'-'H E -pl At their "leisure" we find some of the faculty in familiar and unfamiliar poses. Note carefully . . . our genial Dean . . , Mrs, McGuire . . . Prexy and Mrs .... Dean Morehead . , . Conductor Rehg . . . Two Brothers . . . Dr, Martin . . . Mr. Maupin . . . Miss Reeder lOgan's "Grinder" Swingsl . . . Dr. McCreight-among the crowd . . . Mr. Wilcox and the rod . . . the three Muskieteers . . . Horseman Balleri- tine . . . the Seniors munching the staff of life with Miss Reiter , . . Tom . . . and No, Knox the faculty. . , 5,511 H - . . .5f'5ff', W .,.,. 1, C ,L I '. .j i wg. 9 yi? Q- ,jq l i1 q:.IjAxi,QEij lf 3'7:3f N'-" f .-.4.1iff-diifgiif ., 4 'Z :-rn 'rw J57'f"1 g'4211,'Q t j V i M-1' C . s,.- , .,,.,?VU.5' M I . I, A in f'f': ' R ' ' " Q ,fc 4554 ' ' ' f -fi. ih5f'i3L,i aim ,Q .. 1 A df .V , ,V ' 1 ally- 23255 . . , ., ' ...' if ,QA E -s5:,1.f,QMvB I fi' f 9' ,- it -.4-.,5g.:l 1 1, , V by ,JJ .nfl ,i,i.fg.hf,.3i?,lXfj Lf,1ff2S7,izWlt ' "-H,.fir' 3,-if' mg. .4 .4 M Ayn v if ":l:'i?'5'.'1'f+fZ7pp-ajf.f,?I1.g,' lf'i!l'J " ' Lf-'lflmi "-. 1 . lf 1 sv,...l'ff,.l,'4.1A?4gj,fg,. 1 . :L if,.1f21-ig, a ,m.q.13t,,, v,4,,.,, - i ,,,,,,,-1,,, TZ, ' - - . '?"iJ'3v'r - .fiat i,f,4.f,- -. , , I I If l 1,9-,uf."'i 2 f V'i:fp.g , sg 569' 52 ff' lof i-,gn , gtg.. 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This provides a medium by which the clubs and the administration may work I s. out solutions to common prob em Through its endeavor the interests of individual groups are considered and ommon fused toge good. Under the ef ici Gladys Mae Anderson the women's division has made many progressive advancements. Lewis I-lays, presiding over the men's division, has caused the as were passage thought expedient. ther to make for c f 'ent leadership of of such measures -f1"7lj" l llllilylfsiwqf -7:30 -' L 1 Q ,1 rgsiisfjhiaigiik ,1 ,gh t 118 .rs , .ug e 'P fn tfm' 3 Q, A 4' I' y ll V f ilk:-v.f,'A'lyl'lvl,,:,g,, ' 0 ' 'l mm , rd' ,f 'r"f'7f1' vw. ff. "'l A 9 'lf ' " n ll 1 ' ,J .ll 1..',n' 'ft nhl ,-- Q . f' . 253. 1 1 .,. V s' if .N .- . 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A . sf P llllffllpfgi r . . fr' A it .QL For the purpose of actin medium th ' g as a rough which student opinion might be presented to the college authorities, of controlling student con- duct, of encouraging student activities, and of preserving and enforcing the traditions and customs of the school, a body known as the Student Council was established. Forum is held every two weeks at which time the student .body may express their opinion con- cerning administrative procedure, and these matters are considered by the Council or the Student-Faculty Ad- ministrative Committee is group ha Th s charge of as H ' such events omecomin S g, cholarshi D May D p ay, and ay. The r egulations re the fresh garding man are als o within th h of the St d e ands u ent Council. All the' classes t o the stud are re ent body presented ' in this Cou consists ' ncil. It of five members from the Senior Class, three from the Junior, two from the Sophomore, and one tr the Freshman C om lass. Council President Robert Arrowsm ith 23 .4-A wa lfgif 1.-.H ' - -2-fre, Vt It sifr' 'f J' Ja i 1 f if Bly' lJf: l 4, 5 filly, 'N if I 'Fla' u I ., i cv? , ,L A.,-14'cwff YI'-4, 'f 4 ' 'Q 'ec "' P' AW N X li' ,i J..- Ax -one gif," SV' xwt r 1YLKg veg., f- init! Alf f ., -... fwfr . , .,... , . ,,.,..,,, ,.,1 f - . 4-54'g.,- 51 , ' '.?.'l"ll53:t1rIw -,w 'Ps-F-3 l :- 'f , ' , -4 r, 1.3 ' .' .",,:, . L21 'T" ' ' "'- 'i33l3'15--gTlv1if,1. 1 J : xi'-l-ef..-A-a.p,,z4 ,W ,Q M ' ,- fi rc fi: Qigh- fins..-1'..L':'i.,,,35l,.1-"ni ,,. " dl H5145- - '-' rs'-115' .'f"v1.: e'7::1.g-eb' . " '-, .. 49 ,' Fr'--si-v'3?-.'1'1'a'Wifi- 2:--'Q-2-2:5 4.6 5,1 . .-.,,.,.,..... .,,,., .. lf. I .- , f bf .. A4-Jn.,--w wwe- ,I-.4--1-dw! .i may gf, 25217 'ii fl' rT4:'ew?'Pee::19,::rt:e:arf43!r,.., arf'-if -fr'-i..-. ,z- ' . A 'fm-f--If IJ".-'F-T'l'E' .wil 'iilig-, 4, .H if. 3Bi8i55'??f'B'g'ss-::,5:.',35f3J ' , '- Ja ,'g,m I." g. :gg I 4' rv.: ,Q-.ga-Q jp' au- 4- V,-I. .f -19 ,rl'.5..3,.1ffifsg , H ,xi -443, 11' xj,-375--Y - - 'ark - .a ., .J-: C an 'Q 4 i n ive, l ff:-if we " President Robert Arrowsmith The Muskingum Commission of H . onesty which was established in i937 l' o replace the Student Honor Senate is made up of representatives from ll a the classes of the student body and four faculty me b m ers who are en- deavoring to stress honesty as an element of Christian character. lt seeks primarily to educateg and the scope 'of A this educational program shall be as e t ' x ensive as the whole of' Muskingum lite, in so for as it relates to the problem of honesty. This group is based upon the prin- ciple ot student-faculty cooperation functioning under Student Council and the Faculty Administrative Committee. the control of the This group is still in the embryonic stage in its process ot growth in determining means of responsibilities, and is desirous ot criticism, counsel, and constructive suggestions. Through cooperation this commission expects to achieve success in its ottem t t the campus. discharging its p o promote honesty on "To unite the activities of th e wo- men ' h ' in t eir effort to promote and ighest standards of ocial life and of develo maintain the h intellect and s , p- ing a feeling of mutual responsibility in the regulation of their life as it affects the name of Muskingum." This, the purpose of the Women's Activity League, inculcates the ideal of promoting social harmony and cul- tural benefits. purposes assimilate all of the interests f pus in such a These progressive o the pulsating cam manner as to place each Muskingum girl in the right relation with life's activities. The League functio executive board co ns through an mposed of eight members elected by the women of the cam pus, and a general board of s' ix committee chairmen appointed by the W.A.L. President. Traditions of this body consist of the Lantern parade, the Christmas sing, Founders' Day chapel, Senior Memorial and C organization also privileges to certai women. ourtesy Weelq. The grants chaperon n qualified Senior President Ann Melick ,.,5 -'iwfiiiiigf 1' 'fe -- .,. Jn?-2,?,jl," Elf! 1 7 y fjiifiij J -il 1-'C' 15' ,y 5' 4' 'I f Val if-3 A ll, " 1 4 u s 5 .rn R 1:53 , 'bf ,. I " 'hr l ' wif?-is-41m?'-Aww . 12 ' , 242.1 ,-qv I, .V . 5,51 I bn . H. t-. n . . . 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ANDERSON, BOYD New Athens, Ohio History Stoic, Muscoliuan Staff, Intramural Manager 2, 3, Choral, Pride and Preiudice, Daughters of Atreus, liflu-Qskilngum Players, Glee Club l, 2, French Club ANDERSON, GLADYS MAE Vandergrift, Pa. Home Economics Kianu, President, Inter-club Council, President 4, Mus- kingum Players. ARROWSMITH, ROBERT Scio, Ohio Chemistry, Biology Alban, President 4, Class Secretary l, Student Council 2, Vice P'resident 3, President 4, Student Honor Council 2, 3, President 4, Y.M. Cabinet, Secretary 3, Sigma Kappa Chi, Academy of Science, First Year Scholarship Award. AYERS, MARY Harmorville, Pa. Latin, English Cwens, Sigma Kappa Phi 4, Sigma Kappa Chi 4, Pi Gam- ma Mu, President 4, Y.W. Cabinet 4, W.A.L. Board 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Pride and Prejudice, Having Set Their Hands, Collegium Z, 3, 4, Psychology Club 2, 3, Art Club l, Life Service Group l, 2, 3, 4. BAILEY, SARAH cicfadge, PQ. Music, English Glee Club l, Z, 3, 4, Band l, Z, 3, 4, A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Iota, Y.W.C.A., Judiciary Board of W.A.L. 4, Big Sister Counselor. , rx,,,.:,.,,,., . . ...,,.,, .., - v. , - A ..- BARKER, ROBERT H. Columbus, Ohio Economics ' Mace, Muscoljuon Staff, B. and M. Stott, Alpha Phi Gamma, Handbook Stott 3, Pride and Prejudice, Accent on Youth, Daughters ot Atrues, Muskingum Players, Psychology Club. BAUN, BOYD Wilkinsburg, Pa. History, Physical Education Mace, "M" Club, Treasurer, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track, Y.M.C.A. BAY, D. ELIZABETH Cumberland, Ohio Home Economics Wawyin, President 4, W.A.L. 3, Dorm Council 2, Y.W. Cabinet 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Geneva Club, Judiciary Board Z, 4. BEAMS, KENNETH L. Oneonta, N. Y. Speech, Philosophy Mace, President, Class Vice President i, Class Treasurer 3, Student Honor Council 3, 4, Y.M. Cabinet, P'resident 4, Sigma Tau Delta, Forensic , Club, 0.0.0.0., "M" Club 4, Debate Team 3, Track 3, 4, Pre-Ministerial Group. BELL, VINCENT Erie, Pa. Chemistry Stag, Football 3, 4, Baseball 4, Track 4. BERRY, MARLIE ANN Quaker City, Ohio Home Economics W.A.L. Board, Dorm Council, Muscoljuan Staff, Pi Gamma Mu 4, W.A.A., Pride and Prejudice, Muskingum Players, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Psy- chology Club 2, Academy of Science 4, Art Club. 'ifwfff' M ."" -. 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' . 925.21 '. ll A 1.19122 Y'x2'L,i5,,,fXt',,.g-:tif if ', . f 11 - "'W!1'77.LA53 -' BEST, NOLAN Baltimore, Maryland Physics, Mathematics Alban, German Club, President, B Er M, Managing Editor, Alpha Phi Gamma, Sigma Kappa Chi, 0.0.0.0., Track l, 2, Cross Country Z, 3, Academy of Science, Fellowship, P'resident. ' BOTHWELL, ELIZABETH Pittsburgh, PQ. English, History . Wawyin, Vice President 4, Judiciary W.A.L. Board 3, Psychology Club, Spanish Club 2, Treasurer 3, Life Service Group l. BOWMAN, ET:-:EL Butler, PQ. Business Administration, Mathematics Wawyin, Pi Gamma Mu, Academy of Science, Fellowship, Secretary 4, W.A.A., Muscoliuan Staff, Big Sister Coun- selor 4, Psychology Club 2, College Social Committee 3, Muskingum Players, Senior Play. l BROWN, ROBERT New Concord, Ohio T Mace, Muscoljuan Staff, Minstrel, "M" Club, Psychology Club, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Social Committee. BRYANT, JANE New Concord, Ohio French, English Wawyin, Choral, French Play, Glee Club, French Club. "' BUCHANAN, FLORENCE New Concord, Ohio Latin,English Wawyin, Sigma Kappa Phi, Vice President, Latin Club, Vice President. BURRIER, JAMES Zanesville, Ohio History Mace, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, "M" Club, Secretary. CALDWELL, WILLIAM S. Charleston, Ohio Economics Alban, Secretary, B Er M Staff, Pi Gamma Mu, International Relations Club, Psychology Club, Academy of Science, Freshman Editor of B 6' M. CARPENTER, MELVIN New Philadelphia, Ohio History, Biology Sphinx, Vice President, Football l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. CLAUDY, MARY ELIZABETH Zanesville, O. Speech Diploma Wawyin, Choral 2, 3, 4, Pride and Prejudice, Ac- cent on Youth, Muskingum Players, Psychology Club 2, 3, Academy of Science 3, 4. CLENDENNING, NOVA Wellsville, Ohio Education, History, English Kianu, Choral, A Capella Choir, Glee Club Z, 3, French Club. COLLINS, MARY ELEANOR Xenia, Ohio . Music, English Dorm Council 4, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Trio 3, Choral, Pride and Prejudice, Having Set Their Hands, Daughters of Atreus, Glee Club, Treasurer 3, House Government Committee. COOPER, MARTHA Cambridge, Ohio Speech, Bible F.A.D., Y.W. Cabinet I, 2, W.A.L. Board, Vice President of Class 2, Glee Club I, Senior Women's Honorary, Sigma Tau Delta, Muskingum Players. COOPER, WARREN New Concord, Ohio Chemistry, Biology Mace, Phi Mu Alpha, President 4, Choral, Min- strel, A Capella Choir, Glee Club, Orchestra, Academy of Science. CORES, DOROTHEA Coshocton, Ohio Latin, French F.A.D., Dorm Council, Secretary 2, Y.W. Cabinet, Treas- urer 4, Gospel Team l, 2, Sigma Kappa Chi, Sigma Kappa Phi, P'i Gamma Mu, Choral, Latin Club 2, 3, Program Chairman 4, A Capella Choir 3, 4, French Play, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Manager 4, French Club, Program Chairman 4, Cwens, Vice President 2, Senior Advisor 4. CRAWFORD, ROBERT Middletown, Ohio Chemistry, Biology A Alban, Glee Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Academy of Science I. CREAL, CHARLES New Philadelphia, Ohio Business Administration Stoic, "M" Club, Track Manager 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2. DAVIS, ANNE MARIE New Concord, Ohio English F.A.D., W.A.L., Gospel Team 2, A Capella Choir, Choral, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Daughters of Atreus, Muslgngum Players, Glee Club 2, 3, Cwens, Treas- urer . DAW, JOSEPH Wellsville, Ohio History r ' Stoic, Forensic Club 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, Debate Team 2, Glee Club I, 2. DEMING, IRENE Mt. Herman, Mass. English Freshman Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. DICKEY, FRED P. Zanesville, Ohio Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics Sigma Kappa Chi, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Pi Gamma Mu, Academy of Science 4, Scholarship Award 2. i DOTY, ELINOR Port William, Ohio Latin Wawyin, A Capella Choir 3, Collegium 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Sigma Kappa Phi 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Choral I, 2, 3. DOUTT, ENGENE New Concord, Ohio Music Mace, Orchestra, Band, A Capella Choir, Glee Club, Phi Mu Alpha, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. DRAKE, HELEN LOUISE Irwin, Pa. Home Economics A Delta, Y.W. Cabinet 2, 3, Vice President 4, Chor- al 2, 3, W.A.A. 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club. q far' 'Wg1'1uff:ff'-X' . 1 ,J ,,.,, ., : - , 1:52-?l1,.. , ..11 '-yy,3L,3fg!2','3j'a,'. ."f'.-: . fntxlgw f ' .l' -'ff62P'l1jJ121.'-,i'C'p.x'i , ., -.. f- - 'g-UQr,4-- ,-- , I .r1'f'fi.,v, J, -,'..f.'u,, rc-ff' . " " it-'Q ff .: 1uv.-1.12-.11-1'a-w3'24w4- ' ' 'A .' " .' Sf'-Q , ,.'i'g?vf-5,g.-'55,yIg:m'.-23,352.5 1312434 ' L"'5L.ilfS'?, ,I " s It.,-35.3-,,yf -g-1 '-12.'p:::q..p'.:,11sc5'g1, .-r-7,g.., . w 1' S if-f f, figs- eww , 2-'ff:13:r.rfm?-wfa':':-'.1.e,f-2.11255 :iff .: ' ' 1.7" . ,:.,- JH-A.-, 15 gjrgyn ...'Lf', 5-3 - ' ' f" tiiifiiii 4' iii'tiT?Hf?5'5f1f1f:.1fa. "'f1f35'-5576 EN! Jw !'59'4:'f:3ff.f,::-?p1:F-5-frjl:-J' -41-ufzifyi. if:-vs'f7g',,, ftffliisieigveoggf - ,Vw 1 . 'iv55..'T-'ffi J pf ,.., . .r'g'7t': f"'z3fm6 .'l' -,fl "f2.fi,QggfIlfsrfSf- 5 f,,,iI5fl1'lE4g 4 . ,M . -mmf lrfifdifilifiiiiffm-.ff:"' GETTMAN, ELIZABETH Uniontown, Pa. Political Science, History Kianu, W.A.L. 2, Muscoljuan Staff, B. and M. Staff, Alpha Phi Gamma, Pi Gamma Mu, W.A.A., Pride and Prejudice, Daughters of Atreus, Muskingum Players, Spanish Club, President, Cwens. GLASS, SAMUEL EARL New Concord, Ohio History Stag, "M" Club, Football 3, 4. GRAFTON, DOROTHY Butler, Pa. History, English, Social Science W.A.L. 4, Dorm Council l, Psychology Club 2, French Club 4, House Government Committee. GREGG, WILLIS Cambridge, Ohio History Sphinx Club, President 4. HAYS, uswis Boiler, Po. English, Geography Stoic, President 4, Muscoljuan Staff, Editor, B. and M. Staff 2, 3, Editor 4, Sigma Tau Delta, Alpha Phi Gamma, President, Theta Gamma Epsilon, 0.0.0.0., Inter-club Council, President 4. HEACOCK, CLINTON Alliance, Ohio History, Geology Mace, "M" Club, Football, Captain 4, Baseball 2. ECHARD, HOMER Pittsburg, Pa. Business Administration Mace, Spanish Club, Camera Club. Esriu., CHARLES Millersburg, Ohio Sphinx, Inter-club Council 4, Football 3. FINLEY, MARGARET New Concord, Ohio Home Economics F.A.D., Secretary. 3, Gospel Team 2, Muscoljuan Staff, W.A.A., French Play 4, Psychology Club 2, Art Club, President 3. GARDNER, SARA Lohowoooi, Ohio History, Political Science House President of Patton Place 3, 4, Psychology Club, Vice President, W.A.A., Board 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Life Service Group, Y.W.C.A. GAULT, GEORGIANNA Harrison, N. Y. Education F.A,D., Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Dorm Council l, Y.W. Cabinet 3, Choral l, W.AIA. 2, 3, President 4. GETTMAN, ALEXANDER, Uniontown, Pa. 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KECK, SARA New Concord, Ohio Speech, English Kianu, Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer, Pride and Pre- judice, Daughters of Atreus, Muskingum Players, Spanish Club, Treasurer. LEEPER, ELSIE Senecaville, Ohio English LEW SEC Al Canton, China Physics, Mathematics Physics-Math Club, Secretary, Camera Club, Academy of Science. LINN, MARY JEAN Zanesville, Ohio French A Capella Choir, French Club, German Club, Sigma Kappa Phi, President, Sigma Kappa Chi, Sigma Alpha lata. LYNN, MEREDITH Smithton, Pa. Speech, English Kianu, Sigma Tau Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Senior Honorary, W.A.A. Board 2, Pride and P're- judice, Daughters ot Atreus, Muskingum Players, l Academy of Science, Cwens, Parents Day Co-Chair- man 3, 4. HUNTER, HELEN Avalon, Pa. Home Economics F.A.D., W.A.L. 4, Y.W. Cabinet 3, President 4, Sigma Alpha Iota l, 2, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Quartette Z, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, A Capella Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Geneva Club 4. HUPP, FOREST Newark, Ohio Economics Stag, Class Treasurer 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2. JENKINS, GEORGE Belmont, Ohio English, Greek Gospel Teams 2, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta, Sigma Kappa Chi, Sigma Kappa Phi, Secretary, Treasurer 4, Pi Gamma Mu, Forensic Club 2, Alpha Sigma Mu 2, 3, President 4, Life Service Group, Student-Faculty Education Commit- tee, First Year Scholarship Award. JOHNSON, RICHARD New Rochelle, N. Y. Economics Stag, Y.M.C.A., Football l. JOHNSON, MARGARET Duquesne, Pa. Home Economics Wawyin, Treasurer 3, Social Chairman 4, W.A.A., Acad- emy of Science 3, 4. JOHNSTON, ETHEL Youngstown, Ohio English, French W.A.L. 3, Y.W. Cabinet 4, Gospel Team, Muscol- juan Staff, B. and M. Staff 2, 3, Camera Club, Secretary 4, W.A.A., Psychology Club, French Club, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Life Service Group, Vice P'resident 3, Homecoming Committee 4. 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Economics Stag5 Accent on Youth5 Daughters of Atreus5 Mus- kingum Players5 Glee Club 2. MCCULLOCH, MARCUS Apollo, Pa. Speech Alban5 Class Presdent 2, 45 Student Council 45 Muscol- juan Staff, Business Manager5 B. and M. Staff5 Alpha Phi Gammaf Sigma,Tau Delta5 Forensic Club5 Debate Team 3, 45 Tau Kappa Alpha5 Pride and P'rejudice5 Accent on Youth5 Daughters of Atreus5 Muskingum Players5 Cross Country5 0.0.0.0.5 National Collegiate Players. MCDEVITT, HAZEL Uhrichsville, Ohio B.S. in Ed. with Music Supervision Delta5 Class Secretary 3, 45 Student Council, Treas- urer 45 Y.W. Cabinet 45 Sigma Alpha lota, Vice President 3, 45 A Capella Choir 3, 45 Cwens5 Orch- estra5 German Club. MCMILLAN, MARGARET New Concord, Ohio Home Economics, English Y.W. Cabinet l, 2, 3, 4.5 Gospel Team5 Student Volunteer, Treasurer 35 Psychology Club 35 Academy of Science5 Art Club, Secretary 35 Life Service Group. MAHARG, HELEN Newark, Ohio Elementary Education Delta5 Class Secretary 25 W.A.L. Board5 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 College Social Committee5 Glee ' Club l. MAWHORTER, MARY LOUISE Cambridge, Ohio English, French Dormitory President5 French Play 3, 45 DGUQl"'fe"5 Of Atreus5 Glee Club5 A Capella Choir5 Pi Gamma Mu5 French Club5 Muskingum P'layers5 W.A.L. Executive Board5 Orchestra5 Gospel Team. MELICK, ANNA Utica, Ohio Economics, Psychology F.A.D.5 Student Council 3, Secretary 45 W.A.L. Board 3, President 45 Y.W. Cabinet5 B. and M. Staff5 Alpha Phi Gamma 3, Secretary 45 Sigma Kappa Chi5 Pi Gamma Mu5 W.A.A. Board 35 Pride and Prejudice5 Cwens, President 2, Advisor 35 Scholarship Award 3. MORGAN, RUTH New Concord, Ohio Speech, English Kianu5 W.A.L.5 W.A.A.5 Y.W.C.A.5 Muskingum players5 Pride and Prejudice5 Daughters of Atreus5 Choral. MYERS, KENNETH Lowellville, Ohio Chemistry Stag5 Class President l, 35 "M" Club 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4,5 Baseball 2, 3, 45 German Club. OGILVIE, DONALD East Liverpool, Ohio Economics Stag5 Tennis 4. ORR, ERNEST Charlotte, North Carolina History Stag5 Phi Mu Alpha5 A Capella Choir 3, 45 Choral Quartet5 Minstrel 3, 45 Senior Play5 Tennis 3, 45 Muskingum P'layers5 Glee Club. 1717! 1,r,,- gn. l 5 15 . Chemistry, Biology REEVES, NELSON Steubenville, Ohio PATCH, JOHN W. New Concord, Ohio Chemistry Camera Club, Treasurer 4, Academy of Science. PEARSON, MILLICENT Madison, N. H. Speech, English Student Honor Council 4, Alpha Phi Gamma, Sigma Tau Delta, President 4, Sigma Kappa Chi, Senior Women's Honorary, Cradle Song, Much Ado About Nothing, Muskingum Players, French Club, Cwens, Scholarship Award l, 4. PIERSON, CARL Columbus, Ohio Speech Alban, Alpha Sigma Mu, P'ride and Prejudice, Accent on Youth, Daughters of Atreus, Muskingum Players, Glee Club l, 2, Band. POLLOCK, RUTH Denver, Colorado Mathematics Academy of Science, Fellowship, Psychology Club, W.A.A., Choral. PURDY, HAROLD Clinton, PQ. Physics, Mathematics Alban, Academy of Science, Fellowship, Track, Football I, Cross Country. . ' REASINGER, SARA Brookville, Po. Speech, English, Social Studies Kianu, Cwens, Muskingum Players, Psychology Club, President, Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau Delta, National Collegiate Players, Senior Women's Hon- orary, W.A.L. Board. Mace, Treasurer 3, 4, Choral, "M" Club, Glee Club 2, 3, Academy of Science, Football, Manager 3, 4, Co- Chairman of High School Guest Week-End and Centennial Homecoming Committees. RILEY, ELEANOR Ashley, Ohio Social Studies F.A.D., President, A Capella Choir, Glee Club, Orchestra, W.A.L., Vice President, Pi Gamma Mu, Muskingum P'layers, German Club, Daughters of Atreus, Cwens, Senior Women's Honorary. RITTER, JEAN Altoona, Pa. Speech, English F.A.D., Secretary, Muscoljuan Statt, B. and M. Stott, Alpha Phi Gamma, Sigma Tau Delta, Secretary 3, 4, A Capella Choir 4, Choral, Pride and P'rejudice, Muskingum Political Science Players, Glee Club. ROSE, ROBERT New Wilmington, Pa. History Mace, Gospel Team 4, Alpha Sigma Mu 4, Baseball 4, Track 3, 4. ROSENSTEELE, RAY Vandergritt, Pa. Alban, Class Vice President 3, 4, B. and M. Staff, 2, 3, Business Manager 4, Alpha Phi Gamma, lntramural Man- ager 2, 3, 4, Pride and Prejudice, Muskingum Players, Tennis. ROTTEMEIR, JEAN St. Clairsville, Ohio English-Speech Delta, President 4,'Y.W. Cabinet, Sigma Tau Delta, Judiciary Board 4, Choral, Pride and Preju- dice, Accent on Youth, Muskingum Players, A -Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, College Social Committee. 1?-T'9'3l,q J ty, L -f 'B ' Y JJ ,pg fel? 'F 412' f , '1- 1 sn. it ,-1 , r -"' el"f1 Q FQ, a' vs 1 v r 45' 535, ht :fm 1 jfxgysa ' gipffg M A . ,i y-aa, ..,4, f .- ' Ja' ,-. if-I wx, . ...Ji-' " :Y Fai r" '-f-'sftlfa' - .riff 'rt f. " -"'-Y'!m- . . a'.,,- , ., .U . ,V ,rjyw .. 5 ,.g- , . - 4 -1,-2.59 'itfxfl,Q-ifzjLq.,tf-iw-.i,. lj- -qi 4,Q.i'Q:1i.i:ga-' .' 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SHOWERS, RUTH Zanesville, Ohio English Wowyin, W.A.L. Judiciary Board 4, B. and M. Staff 2, Sigma Alpha Iota, Sigma Tau Delta, Vice President 4, Choral, A Capella Choir, Art Club. SMITH, DON Leipsic, Ohio Physics, Mathematics Mace, Vice President 4, Student Council 4, Sigma Kappa Chi, President 4, Physics-Math Club, Academy of Science 4, Track 3, German Club 3, 4. SMITH, HOLMES C. Sherrodsville, Ohio Mathematics Sphinx, Theta Gamma Epsilon, Academy of Science I, Physics-Math Club I. STEVENS, FLORENCE Gosport, N. Y. English Pi Gamma Mu, Psychology Club, German Club, Secretary- Treasurer 4. STOCKLEY, PAUL Cambridge, Ohio Biology Academy of Science, Black and Magenta Staff. STUMPF, SUE Brooksville, Pa. Sociology F.A.D., Y.W. Cabinet I, 4, Gospel Team I, Muscoliuan Staff, Pi Gamma Mu, Inter-club Council 3, W.A.A. Board I, 2, 3, 4, Accent on Youth, Daughters of Atreus, Mus- kingum Players. SWEET, JOYCE Pontiac, Michigan Mathematics Choral, German Club, Psychology Club, Academy of Science, Fellowship, Dormitory Council. SWEITZER, HARRY Youngstown, Ohio Speech, Philosophy Stoic, Y.M. Cabinet, Vice President 4, Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Mu Alpha 3, Treasurer 4, Forensic Club 2, 4, President 3, 0.0.0.0., College Quartette 3, 4, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4, Debate Team 2, 3, College Orator 4, Pride and Preiudice, Daughters of Atreus, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Man- ager 4, Muskingum Players, Lite Service Group, Presi- dent 4. TOUGHER, ERIC Albany, New York English Stoic, Collegium, Debate 4, Forensic Club, Gospel Team, Lite Service Group, Muskingum Players, Daughters of Atreus, Alpha Sigma Mu, Cross Country, Track. WHITE, FOREST New Concord, Ohio Geology Sphinx Club. WHITE, RICHARD Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Chemistry, Education Mace, Cross Country I, 2, Track l, 2, Football 4, Student Council 2, B 6' M Staff, Circulation Mana- ger, B 6' M Board of Controls, Alpha Phi Gamma, Academy of Science, Fellowship, 'fffviifyf-f1."',-'4, .- Li S yjire?-f 1 11 rf JN: 'f W J? 1 50.4 ,L P 1 'Y fl?.fl'1',,,1,- -I 1 U, : I' -we W fits-21 U, 'P 111:31 Aff mi.,-I? .Nm rpm I.. ' is ,wif-iff-'L 25 :-..4- s-1,1152 41.-'. nfl M, vhxl " ? Qgflfl ,'f,g-vw'- fygespi . ,fffqu :iff i f f4':,ms3,m-' 'ff , 4k4!J:ese.' -i4'wn.p,t gli . L , -f,,-2. -J-.Q-451 . H.-,r-r. 'nl-wr.. ...ni fn! V - . N.-v..- ,-... :f-- 1.- if J 1.1 1f..,r J, .yi -'A -Q . fig--'e'.:' 'xg-R.-:vm 1. - . -' 1 i:,g.'r-.g.- .ff,1.. 1 fi,,.w.4--'.'21.-...gtg-.1 tgj i 5 . . ggi- in. 5.5. . sgyo--ix.---ff,-.gqzg-5-gy. af-q, ' ., .A-gf. 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Professor Layton is District Governor of this territorial division, of which Lowell Thomas is national president. Members of the local chapter of Tau Kappa Alpha are, Harry Sweitzer, C. R. Layton, Richard Cooper, Marcus McCullock, Dr. R. N. M Rush Warren. 'C wo years ontgomery, r J 1'-, rr t?"'t '-"',:' "-' Z- , MZ" Ei 5,-.,f , riflmafdgl - . ' IfV'51qa5g.,r?,,,f,:.4f,,,,5 .'j'25'f -,f. ,,i.5ff!+'ir?Le? 1 " " lfjzgifff 'li -. f-ii? f' - ' ' .'l1'7'! 4,3641 t mirii. wtf' - ' 'G .:. ' 1 , -5' j',,..' 4.-'r .a--. rl-'H1:.E,f. ,1QJ:Z,:-.y - 5 '-5, -Ezlgkrf -4 " . ff- V1 '.Lf:1n's'ar,.-7.'1-1---fx, ---1599 w-t ilk. - . ' Q-5-'fgwf ,:, -"--,l:m -gl ' ' ' -1 A, :wrt :.-:- -1 5,-Q' .1 ' . 'J2.'."Q9rL:S 11-2 . . '17 'f41l:h2fai'l9'.-QJW - 'lrfflf'-frsfi-fm4SG2g'llif 1-1911 ' f ,.v ,?51-"sewn:-f5:1.! ,-,,,J'1,1m' '., , gf -51075-'Ext gg-3:2544 4 ' . C A ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 'H 'Wa i,'.' fl M' .'.11Q'-Llf College Crater This year Musking- um 'College was repre- sented in the Ohio lnter-Collegiate Ora- tory Contest, which was held at Akron Univer- sity, by Harry Sweitzer, veteran forensic man and brilliant orator. His oration was an analysis of the college problem of honor and honesty, which he titled "Di- ogenes". Although Mr. Sweitzer did not receive one of the highest awards, he deserves 7 much credit for a real job well done a deep subject analyzed thoroughly Jxrff Q' -1 ,ham r dxigkgff' A is I Hrrzfg 7 r 4:97 1 5 1 1 ,ll 1 V 1 -r n' 'Q' r xfr-:PJ we JB as-2 S, I Hx S x 4 75, 'wif all vi 1-A 4 iff-' 'jjfv if e-,ez lf" lfijja lf' fi. dlfIfLl4f'l f iff md, ,.f,:ifscg'ff 'Q i?t?ff,,-Jfyzf ..,f'1qA.f4w . Am- at ,.,. fr, frvrvuf-'fill 'lvl ' ' 7 ?9,.nj'f:s'f'i girl:-if W' 31 . Kat: 0 X-emi ,231 V I 35.1514 ...f..rs5fg4i-' 1:14 ' ,. '1'-: 'gr p,. JIU? 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The Epsilon chapter at Muskingum was incorporated in l923. The fraternity endeavors to create and promote student interest in the attainment of journalistic honors and to emphasize the opportunities offered by a profession of such broad scope and practically unlimited possibilities in journalism. invitation to the fraternity is by unanimous vote of the active members and only those are eligible who have served for one year in a major position on a college publication, or for two years in a minor position and maintained a high academic standing. The major project of Alpha Phi Gamma is to edit the "Raspberry" issue of the Black and Magenta. This issue is edited during exam week of the first semester, and so furnishes a little relaxation, and laugh session. For the past year Lewis Hays has acted as Presidentj Mark McCullock as Vice President, Ann Melick, Secretary, Nolan Best, Treasurer. A dn t" 'M..1ir1J' -'xc .,.,,f:A -' ' f'-if--',3,i'4 'I I , -lk -V -v w.-.,. 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Sincerity Tr th , u , Designl The national English fraternity, under the name of Sigma Tau Delta was organized to sponsor the production or original works, in the field ot writing-be they in poetry, essay, drama, or story, Interest in litera- ture is stimulated through the monthly meetings where literary work is critically surveyed. Require- ments for membership in Musking- um's Omega Alpha chapter, are that a person be an English major, or have an active interest in creative writing. Sigma Tau Delta for the past year has been guided by its President, Millcent Pearson, its Vice President, Ruth Showers, Secretary, Jean Ritter, and Treasurer, Sara Keck. George Jenkins, Mark McCullock, Lewis l-lays, Kenneth Beams, Ted Cook, Dorothy Moore, Meredith Lynn, Jean Ritter, Ruth Showers, Betty Bart- lett, Sara Reasinger, Millicent Pearson, Jean Rottemier, Martha Cooper, Vera Pierce M , argaret Reed, Jeanne Camp. . -hifi Personality, character, scholarship P tion i ' ' ' , participa- n campus activitie s, and qualities which evidence outstanding leadership, are the eligibility requirements for the Cwen National Honorary for Sophomore women, The purpose of the organiza- tion is to promote leadership and scholarship among the freshman women and endeavor to create a more friendly relationship bet ween the underclass and the upperclass women Th . ey avail themselves in every opportunity to be of inconspicuous service in directing the interests of the freshman women. They inculcate into their personalities all of the aesthetic richness that any philanthropist could ever hope to incorporate within the walls of his personality. Activities of i enced in such queenly displays as we see at Homecoming cis they brisk about the campus in their scarlet and grey, as they are heard at the Yuletide in their annual Serenade of old English carols as they allude to the queenly feudal days in their inspiring pledging service with slender red garlands. The retiring officers of Cwens are: President, Esther Johnson, Vice President, Margaret Hanford, Secr t Lybro k' e ary, Mary o , Treasurer, Ruth Smith. the Cwens are ev'd Dorothea Cores, Mary Lybrook, Esther Johnson, Martha McCrory, Jean Cope- land, Mrs. Montgomery, Margaret Hanford, Mrs. McGuire, Elinor Geer. ff"'."QU41:E: f- 1"" .V ,gal-.':!,1f vt 'witfffffrgiigif-" .M l'f"'ic'f ,' ' 1 246413 'M-f-"iv ,71-9f!.l',1, ,Avia ',, " fi, h mfg, ,z lv! -yt' Q16 wi. 1244? A-, ,'7!"LL'f'f rr :fF'5z5'4!?,.4-,wQl.- ' 1 'gift-7,:..-i".1 4, . , Q45 V13 wff5?5w':5g-E145-',,f7?' gf?-145167. 'l41:2R-:z- . 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'j'Tf,f fist I' fp , ..x.:.5' ff, 1' .gf ' in , : 1 ff, ns.: -,.-,mp-714' 'v , 2 ' . 3-nz-'fa' '-tx-, ,A f'i,r!,-qu' . ,L w Q- .x 4 ,junt- fraternity Pi Gamma Mu, the national honorary for social sciences, was organized on Muskingum's campus as the Ohio Gamma chapter in l927. Eligibility for membership is determined by the local chapter upon recommendation and vote of a committee of the administrationl ln order for a Junior or Senior to be considered for membership in the fraternity, he must have attained a qualifying grade point ratio, determined by the committee, in twenty hours of social science that he has taken. Students are recommended to the national frater- nity after they have satisfactorily fulfilled a semester of probation in the local chapter. The aim of the organization is to foster an interest in social sciences, to promote social ideal- ism, and to develop the scientific attitude and outlook on social problems. Definite study courses are carried on by the fraternity which include assimilation of facts, arranging and carrying on of research projects, and conducting group discus- e articular topic study. The offices h sions on som p I ' b 3 Mary Ayers, w o of the past year were filled y filled the capacity as President, Sara Reasinger who held the position as Vice President, and Dr Smith, who acted as Secretary-Treasurer. I Because of the high quality type of plays that are presented by the play classes ot Muskingum, a local chapter of National Collegiate Players was ship into this organization granted in l927. Member is attained through creditable work in play pro- duction, acting, make-up, business managership, I"l SCGYIG academic achievements and creative work i design. Only Seniors are eligible to become mem- bers of this organization, and each person's eligibility is determined by a point system, such points are gained for each speech or dramatic gum's membership in Na- participation. Muskin tional Collegiate Playersassociates her dramatic ns as the achievements with those of such institutio University of Illinois, the University of Wisconsin, d an Western Reserve. Through this association Muskingum becomes a "little sister" college to a big school organization, For the past year Mr. Ewing has been President of the organization, while Mrs. Layton has acted in the capacity as Vice President. -"ft ,a l, l ki- FC fl P ,A f J, l ' 'll-:f'l"g-'Pi' 1 , yr, if. 5,-fx so win, H R rx? 'C rggffrrr xv, 1, 0 ,Jw ,c if H r 355.37 H 19+ e cz ef, 'Mr .,,.,i.'ff ' ,H ,", ' ., 4'-g',1,,, , -' .,.1,,, .y'lQ"'v1, r.-,54t.. u 'f.f4 27j3'9flG,fg 5:-'L3.",F , Alf' 4. ' ..- ig-:S ' V .. ,' Lf . " ' .-'fivetri Cmiiw "1 ft vii? T'-'J - 'fi--'-'ir :lf-,-4 A .L I . l- , , 1. 1, '- -.-Aera-"1-.4.:-4---ri , . . '. 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Membership in the notional honorary language fraternity may be at- tained in one ot the types: active, associate, and faculty. Active membership may be acquired by a Junior or Senior language major who has attained a high scholastic record. Associate membership is granted to those who have eighteen hours ot lan- guage yet who are not majoring in one of the language departments, and who have met scholas- tic requirements. 30 the Muskingum Et The organizat e campus by the faculty members of the various language depart- ments. Regular meetings are held, at which time the members discuss modern and classicalliterature of the various languages. ion is sponsored on th For the past year the progress ot the Eta chopter of Sigma Kappa Phi wos under the guide of its Presi- dent, Mary Jean Linn. Florence Buchanan acted in the capacity ot Vice President, George Jenkins serv- ed as Secretary-Treasurer, and Elinor Doty filled the position of Marshall. fraternity is Sigma Kappa Chi, honorary scholastic composed of students whose grade-point ratios we mention with bated breath--the intelligentsia of the campus. Muskingum's chapter of the national scholastic fraternity was formed in i927 for the purpose of giving formal recognition to "general culture, high character, and thorough scholarship". Membership in the organization is attained by ten per cent of the Seniors who rank highest scholasti- cally and by five percent of the Junior class who fulfill the same requirement. Sigma Kappa Chi on Muskingum's campus is com- parable to Phi Beta Kappa organizations of the larger institutions, facilities are provided whereby alumni of the Muskingum chapter may affiliate themselves with that larger fraternity at other uni- versities. Don Smith has, for the past year, been President of this honor organization, Fred Dickey has served as Vice-President, and Millicent Pearson has filled the Archives. capacity o f Keeper of the owsmith, Don Smith, Robert Arr Millicent Pearson, Dorothea Cores, Dr. Clark, Anna Melick, Gildo Santavicca, Fred Dickey. 7' ,gif iff, 'wht gpFFw4k'E511'1,4 0 ll 1' 1 Q if ,iii V151 Lf, 5 '12 tff"5!'l"H,s,'f5:'!x Wy 1 ,mln lj, tffcffim -,.-Q-wi? fi gwzfglfgifgfx h en.: 1 ,qt-,,, ,. .725 Llliulf' ,.y!1' 'P' if. . . .zfvf - er- - - 41,1 '71 JV! MG., .1 '.. i- I Q neg ..,-,AM - .wf.:vu,v-.fx ,,, . -,,-,,1q., ' . v.'v sU,,':.,..4,. n .1 . I fn , f 3f5Fi3iQp f:',2. .fa 4 1' if -,Q . ' fm 'f 115: . . ' " '.., We lu-'E yi" 53:7-2,1751-Z,54g'iQ.i'VA5 1-9-1 Lag? 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Membership is restricted, to those musically tal- ented women who have maintained high scholastic achievements in theoretical subjects in the field of music, and who have attained high scholastic re- cords in general academic endeavor, to those who are vitally interested in music both as performers and as promoters, and who demonstrate their inter- est by contributing their talents in serving their college with musical presentations both as individ- uals and as organization projects. For the past year S.A.l. has been under the leader- ship ot Evelyn Graham, Helen Hunter has served as nd Eleanor Collins has filled the position Secretary, a ot Treasurer. The Zeta Lambda chapter ot Phi Mu Alpha, nation- al honorary musical fraternity for men,'was organ- ized at Muskingum in l93O. The group of men comprising the brotherly fraternity have made names for themselves "along some line of sintonic endeavor." The purposes of the fraternity are to promote an interest in good music, and to encourage its own members in musical performances through opportunities for private as well as public recitals. The Phi Mu Alpha, in collaboration with the Men's Glee Club, sponsors the annual hilarious Minstrel Show which is presented on Home Coming Day. Each fall, with the aid of the women's national mu- sic honorary, Sigma Alpha lota, Phi Mu Alpha pro- vides for the demonstration of budding talent at ' t which participate in the Amateu the Minstrel Show. ' l d vocal musical "Classical, popular, instrumenta an performances blend to stimulate and educate a broad, well rounded musical appreciation among those interested in good music. The organization has been functioning, for the past year, under the competent leadership of Warren Cooper, President er. of the local chapt r Show, winners o "lf 2 9145? rf vs. 5 fi. 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To promote social, intellectual and spiritual growth Harold Kuserf Dr' Mccfelghlf Clovis among the students who are planning to enter the Fgomef DOn.BGrSS' paul Neel' George I I I I I enkins, Bill Doncaster, Ralph Haw- minlstry, and to encourage the highest Christian fhomo gm Woodworth, Jock Moi- ideals and practices on the campus," are the pur- lens, Carl Pearson, Jack Humphreys, pOSeS of Alpha Sigma Mu, Jack Greenawalt, Lowell McCoy, The organization founded in i935 under the spon- Everett Woodcock' -Harry Sweitzer' I I Bill McGeary, Eric Tougher, Bill sorship of Dr. McCreight, is largely an organiza- McCreighf. tion for itself, in that it strives to develop desireable attitudes and motives among the pre-ministerial group, and to train men in order that they may be able to do better work for God and man. The frat- ernity was established to bring those interested in the ministry together in a unified group where as- sociations may be made and opinions exchanged. Members cooperate with the Gospel Teams in con- ducting church services, and to broaden the knowl- edge and experiences of the members, the fraternity is responsible for securing prominent religious speakers and missionaries to speak to the individuals of the group. The chapel service, which was spon- sored by the prospective theology students this year, was a new activity and will be continued as a tra- ditional one. The newly founded organization has been under the student leadership of George Jenkins, who has acted in the capacity of President for the past year, Jack Humphreys has filled the chair of Secretary, and ' tinued as faculty advisor. Dr. McCreight con llfflf gtg! Vw 'L ' H J 4 ff-.rs.S'i' i.'2,'-,,,IE IIKR ' f"o 4 -. . . . . . .L "!2i,.I,,MIs4QI31,I5g,,,IIIII I I II ..i . .1 ..,g?II25g1f32g.E4ry5Ig5 " 4 lfsx VP 4 w f Agygfp 4' Mir I, If l ,1Q.2,f.,Hfzf:2.,:-X ,I:',l M 211' I2u.'fgr.'.',, - ff f A -V " H'-'iw - 4, -'f' iff! Ar -4 'i. 'fJ"'if,.1"4. 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LIZ. ,r r V - -iffvf MK lfl, -Q E , f qs , .151 , . f f i t by ' , if 5, 49' it '4 f Leonard Adair, Gildo Santavicca, Eugene Doutt, Warren Cooper, Don Ricart, Robert Hicks, Paul Ricart, Ed Miller, Henry Hess, Edgar Mason, James Keppel, Bill McCreight, Elwyn Hughes, Don Barss, John Doutt, Bill Woodworth, Robert Myers, Eleanor Riley, Dorothy Emmick, Virginia Conklin, Evelyn Graham, Eleanor Cuthbertson, Ernest Orr, Harry Sweitzer, Professor Rehg, Ro- bert Courtney, Richard Huston, Robert Caroth- ers, Robert Campbell, Ralph Reid, Martha Moore, Betty Bay, Mary Jean Linn, Genevieve Lauze, Edith Phillips, Elizabeth Eberle, Ethel Jane Thomas, Eleanor Collins, Barbara Butler, Lowell McCoy, Jean Snider, Margaret Myers, Esther Holcomb, Betty Grace Garrison, Lois Snodgrass, Regina Rose, Dorothea Cores, Anna Davis, Jean Copeland, Jean Ritter, Doris Mellott, Vivien Davis, Sara Saltsgaver, Mary Hunter, Mary Mawhorter, Beatrice Evans, Sarah Bailey, Hazel McDevitt, Miss Griffith, Jean Rottemier, Mary Caldwell, Velma Beal, Mildred Kirk. g l J ngiiygsl X, fr v'm,f'LEf' If fl 9? .'SfLi?a'2f:iI1a,,.-,-w:'p.w!Vg, fp J lit 4,4 lj-f',1'i,',Qz',"l,-'4e.eJ,! ,Z ,gy M, fr 1.353229 - 1 ' i' A il-'UV Q 143761 P 2353353534 frltgihgti. , pi if if ?j,:jgqsij::,m y,a3 :1 1i,4,gg,,f.2fgLf, tr,-112. If .Q -79:-J..-, .-'A 13-1 eg-..-4-J .- A ',: .- 5 " swiiiliefsiiisfitfgiiitiaeiiigtifsgft yfifa- Af ' ' ' 6.-'YI 'nik-fff'1zvfii14.'t1' I if '- , ,ge , le- -:!:v.'-aifqpeg--A:j'j . 1,51 1' -'tr ?l-stag-'P-pr-,raw iv ' '--'9 y fy, 3 It-G.,,,f.-Irvyt 1 .5.ir. ,f - ,r4Ji1.9f1 1,35-,l i 41' If fwfr l:,3,-,3,6,51,,- J '-. I '1.'.m.1 -1' 'W - in -ff-X-.".1a:" The A Capella Choir is perhaps Muskingum's most outstanding musical organization. Under the direc- tion of Professor Rehg, the choir has won wide en- thusiastic acclaim among the student body and its vast number of other listeners. The choir is best known to the student body through its participation in the monthly chapel services, its performances at the Messiah, and through its contribution to the Violin Festival in the presentation of the "Crea- tion." lts repertoire is composed entirely of sacred selections. Each year the A Capella takes an extended tour, which has occasioned widespread recognition of the splendor of its work, and has thus served to bring Muskingum closer to a vast number of persons through such performances. Apart from the annual tour, the A Capella Choir is known to many high schools, civic, and church groups through presenta- tion of short programs on various occasions. The Choir includes approximately sixty voices, members being chosen from the Glee Clubs because of their distinctive ability. ' lee Club was formed for the purpose of entertainment as well as for broadening the in- trinsic value of the appreciation for beautiful music. Chosen by competitive tryouts, the forty members constituting the personnel of the organization pre- recital composed of both elections. A smaller number of members climax their year's Glee Club participation by traveling on a concert tour during part ot Christ- mas vacation. This group also presents diversified programs to smaller audiences in adjacent vicinities. The student manager ot the Women's Glee Club tor the past year has been Margaret Hanford, Charlotte Curtis has acted in the capacity of Secretary-Treas- has filled the position of urer, and Jane Brugger Librarian. ' ' ' C cert conductor. The Women's G sent their annual winter lyrical and classical s Mr. Merle Maupin is the Women s on- ijffif J Q I gift W Egg, r V it 105 5,1 ' J fbi ur ' 5 77,3 ig, R' 'SA SJ u ,xii 59' 'MYYIL l .r-sing' 4 x, Algal 5 IQ A f eff if ,EIS una sniff , ' I 7 l if , " vffi ff A !, 1 L51 L45 .lf nlltw, PN 93 ., 1 ci? ef f' 'fn ffl ..-'l- 'i'1f n"v tml, .- ,gr .1 .fr Gt "fri-15476 fe., 7 ww, J.: . ww , -f Q 'w.f,. .fffrf ' ' 6' 4 40- :gl ' JJ ."7-"J 4 ,L fc .-"'f..- ' ' rv", Vi: ffm "f , .. , t't'ft,,. 32- 5a..2f,.:a.qf:S1'g-gggg,.3.,J1, 5 1' Nj- Y .1"-Z4"1z"'arS'f:2:1f--vs "Pa I-.nf z' '- -.-Fig' . -,'?.-,,,-44,423-n.-uf gg-24-Z5-K '--2. -i 4 'X T151 t 614-. Q- . ig. -1 'I' Aww- ,.,v,q,':?12'- L-fa' ".v-'.-vt-.-. -11.4 HJ- -i ' . Ur 'Qff '. .' 'E fnffi' 'vjriffa 5, , .f , , ...,, f.7-:n:..1c,u, f,ff-. A . :,mtLf1:t" 'n,J':I 1: 1 ff-'.1, i 1 I- 4' ,fpi3E'1s':'.-99 " ' gg.. Cllyalf 11 lf. P gfbfn 4 will .-My D -wg. . nl-E,-If h Duff, Eleanor June Cottom, Lois Johnston, Rut Cuthbertson, Edith Sutton, Katherine Roy, Vir- ' ' Ed rds, ginia Conklin, Betty Jane Walker, Julia wa Alberta Muhleman, Vivien Davis, Jane Brugger, J t Geraldine Kennedy, Margaret Taylor, ane Simpson, Charlotte Curtis, Martha Moore, Mr. ' ll Maupin, Mary E. Philo, Mary Lybrook, Annabe e Aikin Margaret Mehaffey, Betty Grace Garrison, I Dorothea Cores, Jane Bryant, Ruth Ann Moore, Regina Rose, Lois Snodgrass, Margaret Hanford, Annabel lips. Leach, Dorothy Emmick, Edith Phil- f wif J?f'f4t2f14i1xi, 1 4 - Pftil'-1. 1 l F if 'heir f l! 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Q Under the direction of Professor Milton Franz Rehg, the Men's Glee Club distinguished itself on the campus through its participation in musical produc- tions. Membership in this music organization is se- cured through competitive try-outs held at the be- ginning ofthe year. At Homecoming the Men's Glee Club contributes to the annual riotous Minstrel Show, and later in the winter presents, in collabora- tion with the Women's Glee Club, a recital, followed by the annual banquet held tor the members and their guests. The Men's Glee Club season is climaxed by its an- nual concert tour which is scheduled each Christmas vacation. Student Manager, for the past year, has been Harry Sweitzer, Assistant Manager, Robert Myers, and Robert Campbell has acted in the capac- ity at Librarian. Positions of piano soloist and stud- ent conductor were filled by Eugene Doutt and Robert Myers respectively. Muskingum's Three years ago there was started on campus a new organization which was to become known as the Freshman Women's Glee Club. The purpose of the newly launched musical society is to familiarize the neophytes with the principles of and to prepare them for later partici- group singing potion in the advanced groups. Under the direction of their conductor, Miss Mil- ' Glee Club pre- dred Griffith, the Freshman Women s r own campus sented programs not only under ou rances in several adia- spot lights, but made oppea cent vicinities. Of the forty-eight members of the club there was if irls who distinguished them- featured a sextet o g us for their talented presenta- selves on the camp tions. President of the Glee Club was Margaret Ann Cl r Secretary-Treasurer, Winona Cowser, Mc ee y, ' ' A wsmith, Accompanist, Librarian, Henrietta rro Betty Liggitt. b Marguerita Calfee Lido Personnel of the clu : , Carmack, Bernice Eckleberry, Muriel Edwards, Ruth French, Lois Gregg, Janet Halstead, Jad- wiga Kuszner, Martha Ryan, Betty Walker, ' ' Ellen Black, Betty Gertrude Wall, Lillian Bender, Burris, lsabelle Everett, Elizabeth Farmer, Ruth Ferrell, Betty Liggitt, Margaret McKinley, Mar- jorie Parks, Naomi Parks, Virginia Pierson, Kathleen Rosecrans, Eleanor Simpson, Imogene Spillman, Leona Thomas, Marian Yund, Dorothy McCIave, Betty Brill, Mildred Giffen, Betty Jer- row, Grace Jones, Ruth Kapp, Janet Phillips, Eleanor Sperry, Vivian Stewart, Margaret Ann McCleery, Henrietta Arrowsmith, Virginia Clem, Winona Cowser, Margaret Hendershot, Alice Hoon, Sara Jane Kennedy, Olive McKelvey, Elizabeth Jane Neff, Elizabeth Sharp, Gladys Taylor, Phyllis Yackey. flg",'li! 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' 1"'. fwfr' '- Mijn 1' ge,-.g3p,f1Q:' g,,'!i'- ,- J- -f'Ai'-fa, 1 , ' '- - 97' 'i3i::Z-?'?Wf:s2z1ffy". - - . -- - . .' - J -'. 1.0 1 , - -'a1:1fL':m25'f i'fqg',,x .sin-.y,,'.c 7 ' mf 'dv 12 1 . - 'Q Cl,?..i'-"'C2if' 24 f v , ee ig,:,..., , M ,r , ff r .,. . 1 K ,I 6 If 1 Personnel: Hanna, Gray, Loebell, Stiles, Wiley, Proudfit, Boyd, Gray, Stewart, Wilson, McCon- nell, Hammond, Garrison, Schultz, Anderson, Elson, Mason, Cooper, Snyder, Morgan, Patter- son, Buker, Cooper, Hillyer, Hanna, Riley, Patterson, Wenger, Hunter, Weisblat, Baldwin, Gooding, Doutt,.Fair, Rice, Hothem, McMunn, Gaston, McDevitt, Davey, Mason, Beal, Wise- man, Fairchild, Mawhorter, Schaffner, Singer, Neal, Mitchell, Kelly, Given, Ault, Williams, Spear, Upton, Wells, Hunter, Adams, Ehrich, Hess, Hamilton, Stauffer, Stewart, Hunter, Buck, Sisson, Wolfe, Braun, Bennett, Miller, Wilson, Hughes, McGeary, Doutt, Hammond, Professor Gray. The present organization of the orchestra is the product of twenty-five years of continual progress and development under the very capable baton of Professor William W. Gray. Under his direction and influence, the orchestra has grown from avery small group to one which now includes more than sixty- five talented musicians. The Violin Festival is the outstanding performance of the orchestra, although it accompanies the var- ious musical groups of the campus in the Christmas presentation of Hanclel's "Messiah", At the annual May time rendition ot the Festival, the orchestra enjoys the presence of many admirers from other musical centers. During recent years outside artists have been guests and have contributed to the inter- pretation of the great classics ot Mozart, Liszt, Brahms, and Bach. This year an innovation was introduced when the choral groups assisted the ffggfgg2Q13p3f5fQ,g5,5t - orchestra one evening of the Festival in giving flef' wit: gf if Haydn's "The Creation". fmt -we-f Q 1? 'saw 'f' lr RI .I lu Y' ,, 1, M,,',,gj,fnf51, , J ff' 453221 'i i , A 'g-gizlf- 1Q+:?fg2t fQ',,.g-'Magi ., A,-... '3-Q.-eg lhl5THy,r: - ::,"':s '....,,,, io- 7,1 ,L 1:3-K" ' ' Jeff'-1f+:v,. ,4 .' ,f . 5,4 , - ,- , spiafm, ,. M-, M. .. v if -,..,,,, 'ww f fx ,: -. ',-er-ta-11-mi r: wf- - ' V -' " -fl,-K wr , W -,Q-..,,,75f-...ri r - I - fe, ,. 1 .N-,,,f. will I 1- - A M- qft. -J, ,-. , ,.m,,, P, up -g, ." v-'tt 3 '1f'.',n :tr is . ..sfss,.. .1 eye, 1 1,15 'i'f"l,,q:,, .-,,,i'.,,.fQ- It - .af-35-, - ff. - rue: i -f , 1 1 ,-t'1--f-.- 1 - . w,- . 1: .tv 5.'5gg:',51 3, 1 kj. 172, . - . - r 'Avy " ' Q i' H ,,'H.,f. ,.. ,I . -frfitfzftifiygi:rim- if ' tiff? . V 11Li',i:?ff3Fl,f: FJ ljf'f-,xr . .fv.1kE'l,Q'fw 2'i"2j- -.4 it-215. 'it if . . ,ffgis-zwf r if -, The Muskingum Band adds a dashing note of color ggzygjgtgq,-if '1:p:f.-if during the football season, with its leader in 4 4, aiylvyggf . . cw- ,75QS":Q'l5f?'VG. 2' Afqlz... magenta and white strutting proudly down the . . . . . 'f1.'l,:c2'q21, . .-SFT' 'i.-'sggggifsiif' -. 1 - field-baton flashing in the sun, and its two little ':.f5hf.j,-,,.p3?f,,i, ,Q5,,,f, ,,f32llj . . . . 'v.ffv2,.f2vEwif,ff-iffwerf 14f'.i"' mascots in the back keeping pace with the rows -"'-rfb Arif-'l4f5,g5,,j,fNg li',Qy,1,t of black and magenta suits. ww'l"'5iltfimifffiffifff'77'" The band composed of seventy members, followed the football team to Denison and Wittenberg this year, the latter upholding the tradition of the annual Migration Day. Each Spring the College Band presents its concert climaxing the year's performance in its same highly colorful manner. This year the band marked persistent endeavor and achievement under the direction of its maestro Professor Wade B. Fair. The colorful position of student director was capably filled by Ted Willoughby, whose nonchalant baton twirling was a feature at all games. President of the Band for the past year has been John Doutt, Vice Presidency has been filled by Margaret Haag, Social Chairman, Mary Simpson. Doutt, Rice, Fair, Huston, Shaw, Skelly, Reid, Gillispie, Black, Ralston, Allison, Stroup, Snodgrass, Barss, Campbell, Gray, Slasor, Longbrake, Wilson, Wells, Hoffman, Taylor, Smith, Haag, Simcox, Burkhart, lden, Mock, Smailes, Hess, Dienstel, Bald- win, Miller, Wright, Echelbery, Crawford, Bennett, Jones, Glenn, Handschy, Jacobs, Bay, Capes, Hammond, Simpson, Simpson, Bell, Hendershot, Hammond, Chess, Stockum, Simpson, Caro- thers, McGeary, Hales, Pierson, Hughes, Handschy, Castor, Newman, Evilsizer, Campbell, Stauffer, Houk, Pierson, Myers, Simpson, Word, Hoffman, Doutt, Willoughby. Helen Hunter, Katherine Ro Y Janet Simpson M , argaretGiffen, Bett B y ay, Margaret Hanford, Martha McCrory, Sue Stumpf, Jean Rottemier, Hazel McDev- itt, Ruth Ann Moore, Ann Mel- ick, Helen Drake, Mary Ayers, Frances Ray, Mary Jean Linn, Bett A y nn Zellars, Beth McMil- lan. are Qttfgqgzrgqrge ,.- ' 1 - '- .1 " iff' 15 -L I 1 L, r ft" f r r? 1,1 .1 ft 11 112,-1 13 if 63' 1 rw, B ,Hr , fx vig 1. 'S f Y ,vii p 5 1 Q55 'H ' s f lx :try Q29 51? zgiga ir!! urn fr 6 sl A 4 1 rfzfffzrf ,f Q' : m 1: ' ' " vw V ,Q - 1' V Wl'lf35l3LPf1,t1z1,--,--cp.-rfa ., . f.'. 'fe ' . .. 4: 1511. p, 151 fbi,-4' 'f,f'l'-'mail 2f,':.'F'hf., " ij ' -fd..-1'---LWLS.-stub , nf .H " 1 - .J7,i1' Mrs. . 4 Q. ,,,,,., -, .., ,,- . . .1 . . iw' --fiezitf we-. . tr ' -- affix? fr. ' -' .4'f31.t::i. gene'-5i1,vfeyz. , . 'IJ' 1 .- Q1 .f f ' .4-1p-':,1.f':2'f1h-- J1"1TN'-'f1'G""2"5: 1 'f ' 'Y - 1 ' ' 1 ' ',. -11 1'5!11'5-'SLU' 1- 'C' .m , "1 fi . r. '41 1. -" '- wht- 1- ff.: - 0 - Q'-..?'!:. ..... xc 1' J., . f P'f'xG,'f'l".1L':?7l:'-"-7Zi'.1l'4f3'v ' '- ', f' f.:-. X .. ' r--, ' . .V -1-.'..:-ww.-A--,f-I: r. . -:-1 '-'i,fJ::,gf'11:,,:1.f. -at glib -9 I'ff59?i455' if x fit? ' , 1 1' .f:1e,w.41 . , -Hr: 1 e :4:" 75 :G fn, ...sg 1- , , 5-11f,15if,y,Qi-'!?f?' f' "I hav an open door." The Y. W. an all embracing campus organization for women, a vital part of Muskingum, chose this motto as a basis for their work this year. These words signify a challenge to Muskingum women to enter the door of vast possibilities which leads to a richer, more abun- dant life. ln the weekly meetings of worship, inspira- tion, and discussion, this Christian organization hopes by promoting the vital spirit of Christian wo- manhood to make the life of all girls more com- plete, one' of mutual enrichment and spiritual growth. e set before thee To assist indiv progress along the path that extends from the open door, to bind the girls' varied interests in fellowship together, and to enrich the whole of their lives, the organization sponsors: the campus-sister movement, the pink tea, the friendly blaze, the Christmas bazaar, the doll show, the week of prayer, and the Commencement Sab- bath morning service. Officers who have presided this year were: Helen Hunter, President, Helen Drake, Vice President, Ruth Ann Moor S Marth e, ecretaryg a McCrory, Treasurer. iduals as they I "Quit you like men, be strong!" The motto that is the motivating force behind the Y. M., indeed a motto that throws out a challenge to every man at Muskingum, as he is developing himself to the t ll- est extent to wh' h ' The this vital organization is to lead students to the adoption and maintenance of Christian ideas and ideal l s. t branches out into all realms of student life seek' , ing in all of its activi- ties to promote the vital spirit of Christian manhood and service, too, to promote the moral and ethical values of life through group worsh' sions. u ic he is capable. primary purpose ot up and discus- During th . . . A. sponsors such activ- ities as the annual Pow-Wow, help up the hollow, in collaboration with the Y. W., it promotes the Mid-Semester Frolic, and the Apple Blossom Festi- val. Officers of the men's Y organization tor the past year were: Kenneth Beams, President, Harry Sweitzer, Vice President, Rush Warren, Secretary, Bill McCreight, Treasurer. eyear theY M C . :f.vffgffffvf . . .U ' "' .195 I Mi " 1.-. e.:2i1'if'f3lP 'U' ?jj'Q'luwli41 . Eff J , J i,, h. . e,..,xn,,,- .yjakv ?:1:u'm"L "-' ' 5 4 f ,r ::,,55p'g5i9 is 4 mm 'HG a .,,. , 1 J' J P 5 ,cr ,, qt ll I ll fl! if ,gr , fllvta ff v vb- 'igvgffi 'ML J if ,gg ul nay! 5 Lrla'f"l5 gli 1, wl' 71" - A 5 Vp- .J-at . -7 4 "' I QW. '15 hall fnfxtg-l, .343 fl ' i ...-I,-231.-1' ." " Y I 1'-Y.ifis1'ffz5-v'-.-'-.,-. "c'1 : 'JJ - M 3-41' Q31 .L Kf.1"7:rif'i'l. j,l,'!w'ff' i. r J .3Q,3j.q':igQ3.741,i:.,'r' f- 'f 4 A, -Sf..'if',g',Q:., 9-,fr f -f V' few, . - . -- :- '..'-m.yjg"1-4,4--ig '1 ' , . , . mf. Jef 2 ff ,- 73-...ff-W 1-fgawgf'-t.1:Q,1...-eta.-,r TF- Jfqffl ' Q. 1:31 ,ig-..1'.3yg. 1 --Jxggw 4-.xr 1--ff ,1-.- w- J . . - ,.-'. r ..-.ff fr: . -f-fa-Q. . - ,.,' . gi., , .Aqua !1.i,.,,1g,.:,,.-,.. 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Q 4 1 r 49131 ,.ffL!',f,' ,1y"f 'fri-.yvie fm .4 fr .-r1,-,- t Lit, J., : ...., 1 'st-2115 'f '--ftifflfk ' A !irI..1.5 , 83 George Jenkins, Frances Ray, Mildred Giften, Sara Gardner, Robert McMillan, Harry Sweitzer, ' Bill McGeary, Everett Betty Scott, Dr. Rite, Woodcock, Robert Hogue, Dr. McCreight, Eric ' h Harold Kaser, Jean- Tougher, Bill Woodwort , ette Free, Annabel Leach, Ralph Hawthorne, Paul Neel, Annabel Lyons, Beth McMillan, .lack Mullens, Bill Smith, Jack Humphreys, Bill Mc- Ruth Duff, Terry Fond- Creight, Gladys Taylor, ' M. L. Maw- t Taylor Pauline Balo, ren, Margare , horter, Don Barss, Gerry Wright, Bill Doncast- Ayers, er, Margaret Ayers, Ruth Pollock, Mary Neva Marshall. J-lr J f H14 ,uf ' adm fr 'A ,ff 4 l ',, Vg? -tgitigirv if -zu! 4?-.1 iii- I 4. + 5-if iifffivdit ,., . 71' p 1 if . tf41'5:'-li' , J" , - f. ,,swT1ffq'.' , 5 ,. .f'1,r' .Y A -.,, ,- ',.":Pr' M! .,1.ffw.-'5'44z-,,L,'. - ' "QM ""'2'l.f-29l?'i'4,1-ffrigir. . :are-:.1, . . 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Those whohave definite Christian ideals and char- acter and who are eager to participate in Christian service whenever the opportunity presents itself, may become members of the gospel teams by mak- ing their wishes known to the chairmen. Conducting church services and young people's meetings, pre- senting inspirational and recreational programs for the shut-ins, entertaining members of nearby com- munity churches, at socials, teaching Bible classes, putting on dramatic and musical programs, furnish- ing student speakers tor church services, and pro- moting Christianity on the campus are among the activities of the teams. Chairmen ot the Gospel were Beth McMillan, Paul Neel, .lack Teams H umph reys. ' The quartette is most wid I e y known on the campus tor their appearance in chapel at the opening ot each service. This group is one of the popular musi- cal organizations which brings the college to the attention of those who are not directly connected with the institution. Beside their frequent local ap- pearances this quartette responds to many invita- tions from the nearby service clubs, alumni groups, high schools, and similar audiences. They are also frequently featured on occasional college radio broadcasts. The personnel of the quartette is: tenor, Edwin Miller, second tenor, Paul Ricart, baritone, Lewis Crowe, bass, Harry Sweitzer. Their accompan- ist is that talented artist of the keyboard, Eugene Doutt. i.-':".'ftfT'ffA5,r-""j,v' 'Inv ,,. .,a5f-Slfillifgft lf',432?1f'lgl?'lf+fi" - i 'J " 'F Nil? ,l5q'i"?j4.F L-5, fir 9 5 "" ' 1 I n me 1 J I ff K , ,f,i.f,i,i :qw if' but I 424-'Q c 97 V el I7 if " 'ani' I M E fi? 1'- 2i1.- ,--.ie 'A+' --llflllfz X ' "'. " .. N. y I 1-' aifff-. 4 ,-, 5'-if Ili- I-r1ri,j.'E-'. .iw fly?-922 ,Q-":':'11."r.'f 'f lf! 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With a galaxy of strong arguments the affirmative with the nega- tive traveled to Kent University where after a full day of debating, the weary squad, with forceful de- livery and clear presentation, battled with Capital University to break a tie that would have enabled them to enter the State Finals, The brief of the case was clearly presented by the first speaker, Jack Mullens . . . followed with em- phatic enunciation of strong arguments of Jack Humphreys . . . the case being concluded by Marcus McCullock whose persuasive manner and refuta- tations were incomparable. Even though they did not receive the chance to act in the role of speakers, the alternates are to be con- gratulated for their diligent service. William Mc- Greary, Terrell Fondren, Philip Caldwell, Wendell Fair, and Ralph Hawthorne were ready to speak at a moment's notice. Wendell Fair, .lack Humphreys, Bill McGeary, Mark McCullock, Ralph Haw- thorne, Philip Caldwell, Terrell Fondren. Rush Warren, William Smith, Robert Peters, Richard Cooper, Clark Arm- strong, Donald Borss, Robert Wagner, Eric Tougher. In this year's series of debates it was the duty of the negative debate team to prove that the present lib- eral trends of industrial labor organizations, in their efforts to organize under the closed shop, are not only unnecessary, but inefficient as well as a bane to the democratic status of the United States. In the pre-tournament debates, the members of the negative team encountered Denison University, Ohio University, Wittenberg, Ohio Northern, and Baldwin-Wallace. ln the tournament they ex- changed refutotions with Kenyon, Capital University and Ohio University. The negative combination was composed of Rush Warren, first speaker . . . William Smith, second speaker . . . vigorous and yet conversational . . . Richard Cooper, third speaker . . . a sleuth at de- tecting inconsistencies in opponents' arguments . . . eloquent . . . devastating in final rebuttal. 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V- - " , ir " ' 59'-:'f',?15Z1fQ-a,Wf ' 5gftih-'-''fckii-3555 ' , ,ff " .r " y?,,1, l Hh'!!,',, I ' 1 'v ." vwgflr ,',4-s,.i,q.-- . . 2 t, Y :,4Z1,f7,f:n,f.m PRIDE AND PREJUDICE Betty Gettman, Carl Pierson, Meredith Lynn, Martha Maxwell, Ann Melick, Mary E. Claudy, Eleanor Riley, Jean Ritter, Boyd Anderson, Margaret Giffin, Sara Reasinger, Jean Rottemier, Mark McCullock, Elinor Collins, Marlie Ann Berry, Robert Barker, Sara Keck, Ray Rosen- steele, Rosalie Wood, Mary Ayers, Gildo Santa- vicca, Ruth Morgan, Harry Sweitzer. HAVING SET THEIR HANDS Doutt, Hawthorne, Mason, Gerling, Sweitzer, Reasinger, Collins, Lusk, Hughes, Anderson, Theophilis, Sears, Greene, Ayers, Ritter, Keck, Patterson, Orr, Rottemier, Cook, Byler, Somers, Santavicca, Giffin, Gombert, McCabe, Warren, Purdy, Caldwell, Pearson, Fair, Houk, McCreight, Armstrong, Barss, Miser, Bald, Armstrong, Beams. .qw 1ZH":1.,, f, fuzfelv 5'1 " f 74.44 1 goat?-is hx II Y 1 5' 3' Jr' if ,I " I 4 6. ' I P e Q-,fill -WI' is I. 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"Pride comes to grip with Prejudice" in the most interesting of the.season's entertainment features. Pride battles with prejudice in one of the old fash- ioned love stories of the century, where one man, who is "Prejudice", attempts to keep two lovers apart only to make them see that their decision is truly valid. Finally his prejudice is broken, as is anothers pride, and in true fashion, each seeing the right solution, life paths begin to converge which end in double strength. I ln the second production of the year, the whole college aided in presenting a play that was written by several members of the graduating class, and was called "Having Set Their Hands". The scene of the play opened with the first days of Muskingum College, her financial difficulties, "liberal" student tendencies and demands, construction and expan- sion, administrative changes, definite progress. The play depicts the college through its hundred year's growth. Although longer than the length of the usual stage production, the play, nevertheless, carried interest in its growth and development. "Accent on Youth", a modern drama centered around the life of a middle aged play writer, whose own love experiences had been rather loose and far reaching. The climax came when the author, no longer able to think of a beautiful conclusion to his latest script, finds that his secretary has been secretly in love with him. After many other com- plications, which finally involved his secretary's marrying a rival, he realizes his true love for his former secretary, who had then left her play-boy husband to return to the writer. Changing from the rnodern to the ancient, Mus- kingum was treated to a touch of Grecian air, ' nted their climax- when the Senior Play Class prese ' "D u hters of Atreus". This ing performance, a g tragedy began with the sacrificing of a king's daughter in order to appease the anger of the gods, in her anger, her mother, lwife of the kingl killed ' h death of her child, the ruler in order to revenge t e d t avenge the death of their years passed an , o father, the brother and sister kill their mother, both finding that they have wronged, and that they have found no satisfaction in their deeds, they both sink in despair. A gripping play well done climaxed college stage production for these Seniors. wafer' . 7 J, Avis? H r 1,141 ,Q 4i.f.f.zi+9fi'-"Que Wm .,211fJ,v ' 1 '?' 1.4" .1 fm- . e+ "fimfgQ 45 ' :fu - .- 49: 1 1.5 , 1 4: X as--g, ,..-fs ff, gg.: .L -.fc-4 wr- 1x.x.f,,,,,g..,.- , .im .'JY-f- . 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McCullock, Ernest Orr, Sue u p DAUGHTERS OF ATREUS Meredith Lynn, Mark McCullock, Elinor Collins, Ethel Bowman, Sara Reasinger, Rosalie Wood, Harry Sweitzer, Ann Davis, Boyd Anderson, ' , Ernest Orr, Sue Margaret Giffen, Ed Miller Stumpf, Sara Keck, Ted Cook, Eric Tougher, R bert Barker, Carl Pierson, James McClintock, o Gildo Santavicca, Ruth Morgan, Eleanor Riley, Mary Louise Mawhorter, Betty Gettman. 1 Q' I c . w 1 Harry Laurent, Betty Sedgewick, Char- lene Cowden, Martha McCrory, John Paul Watt, Elizabeth McCune, Mary Louise Mawhortelj, Mary Page, Charles Gerling, Naomi Albanese, Elwyn Hughes, Jean Snider, Gildo Santavicca. . ,- H 4.'1I'v1'9 or,4:',.',U K' fafslrw 4 3'L .Buff ., Jr, L f 1 7' 1 4 il af!! r e ,AJ 1 Qi. 1 it ll 3' 1 4- A Q' tw ' I 3454 5-vvjg, f ,ny f fiwcif in 14 f. 1 if .-1. 4. . ...i.- t,.'1,.L,, ,.-'4 " - b"'y43'lJ:1.3if,,. 1 '-".-1-,2 .-" - ,' if 'l.L,fs1I:g4n,w"C't7.11Q .f,'. 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' -rr ,l'L"5f"' ,I .4 , 1 N i .1 v, ' A g K I -f'-itfiifrfi'-fiiiwi ' This year the French Play Class presented that well known French drama "L'Abbe Constantin". ln the plot of the story we first find Madame de Lavardens iBetty Sedgewickl buying a farm at an auction-but instead of being there to shout her bids personally, as in America, she had her lawyer take care of it for her. The advent of two wealthy and glamorous American women, Madame Scott and her sister, Miss Bettina Uean Snider and Naomi Albanesel into the quiet, rural community brought forth to expression all the ideas, respectful and contemptuous, that the French seem to have about the Americans-the Abbe stood aghast at all that the word "American" denoted. Then there was a duel between Paul lGildo Santa- viccal , the way-ward son of Madame de Lavardens, and Jean iElwyn Hughesl, the dashing young lieutenant, resplendent in his blue-gray uniform and brass buttons-all so entirely French. 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' ' , ,..!-,iy,2j7g,1l5-:,"'t -"'-"Mfg, Wg, 1- 6 K mi' Those people interested in drama and dramatic pro- duction ore given special opportunity, through the Muskingum Players organization, to demonstrate their talents. This club was organized in l925, and is today one of the most active societies on the cam- pus. The fact that Muskingum always manifests a keen interest in dramatic production, has been the outstanding factor in the club's success. Active membership in the Muskingum Players is open to those participating in Junior and Senior Plays. As- sociate membership is obtained through invitation. The Muskingum Players plan diversified program meetings throughout the year. Such performances this year included a radio sketch, "You Can't Take lt With You," directed by Robert Barker, a make-up demonstration presented by the faculty members of the group, exhibited the wonders of some of the simple make-up properties, original sketches pre- sented by the players themselves, including, in col- laboration with the Art Club, a fascinating puppet show. President of Muskingum's Players organiza- Margoret Giffin, Mary Elizabeth Claudy, , , , , , Dorothy Emmickl Eric Tougherl Robert tion, has been Meredith Lynn, Vice President, Pro- Barker, Sue Stumpf, Boyd Anderson, fessor Charles R. Layton, Secretary-Treasurer, Mar- Hurrv Sweitzer, Ernest Orr, Mr. Ewing, lie Ann Berry, Program Chairman, Margaret Giffin, Mfi- l-GWOHI RUY Rosensfeftlef MVS- BTU' Properties Chairman, Sara Keck, Social Chairman M'll'Cenl PeC'rSOn',Me'ed'llq Lynn' erm Eleanor Collins, Business Manager, Robert Barker Ritter, Sara Reaslnger, Sara Keck, Elea- nor Collins, Betty Gettman, Mark Mc- Cullock, Ann Davis, Marlie Ann Berry, Mary Ayers, Eleanor Riley, Ruth Mor- gan, Ethel Bowman, Mary Louise Maw- horter, Jean Rottemier, Gildo Santo- vicca. C fa :H-ja ,1---1 - ' . gi ',1 ' 'n aiif l?"Jf1l'l""t' iff' af' ' cl ffiggf' I 5 lm' l ""i31-:MA . ,.,- .,.. .M , g.-'.,,2g5,.' lifi'1E". filg' -'lf",fe-1' zgigzagg-f.W.,' 1, . ,-f,,4.:fv'--'lu .- . '..'- -f4"a..-f- J '2:f::f'-:--1:15215 5!'., - ', r -'fa-. ' fsqazi, . ., 2Q2?g ,f?1:e -f+5,Q:?E, -lf: . . .-'ifzlwf -:G "ML . -- Zzfzrftv -Y ,f 2955-:G-1 MH' .., I .av .I .-r-.x-.-A. , -,- -14-1 1.1,- .-hlxwfita " WF' 2gSrf:fgf-'-- 4"1?:-14'-2'7f?'71'F','l at-ir: MQ i ,tl .4 U ' . L-,'f'fQQ.'1l1f-:,:'E"f"if H1531 ' '-'Z :Av -, f,,,. , :PM -'-'aziiem .- ws . ,.,,,,p.-zfff-iffy 1 . J'-Qsvtfwrffaf 1 lmzivf' rzgizffffe- "w att -ffigr-tw' , . s'.,. ,. .- .lwfg-Alyigftii it fq3i,Q'13Y,, ,1- -1 tiyl!if?5r.yx,2,-'stl?f":' '--..i. .::.:. "Organized to create, maintain, and extend the high standards of athletics and sportsmanship." The "M" Club was founded at Muskingum for varsity lettermen whose purpose is embodied in the phrase which has been iterated. The aims of the organiza- tion are to foster better athletic activity, and to create a cooperative spirit between the athletes, the athletic committee and the coaches. The functions ot the organization are to serve as hosts to visiting college teams, high school athletes and coaches, provide entertainment at varsity con- tests, and to arrange athletic admission tickets. Each year the club has the privilege ot choosing one of its members to serve on the athletic committee, and to express the opinion of the organization. Harry Adams has been serving as President for the past year, Ralph Patton, as Vice President, James Burrier, as Secretary, and Boyd Baun, as Treasurer Melvin Carpenter, Ted Cook, Frank Kachilla, Ben Hammers, Harry Adams, Ralph Patton, Nolan Best, Forest Hupp, Fred Page, Don Campbell, Kenneth Beams, Guy Knapp, Harold Braun, Dave Hatcher, Clinton Heacock, Nel- son Reeves, Boyd Baun, James Burrier, Robert Brown, Bill Bechdel, Bob Mcln- tyre, Bob Needs, Coach H I Charles Creal. o comb, Florence Rainey, Georgianna Gault, Elinor Geer, Priscilla Leeds, Betty Gett- man, Janette Reed, Margaret Haag, Jean Copeland, Mary Alice Criswell, Ruth Pollock, Elda Robinson, Ruth Buck, Sara Gardner. The Women's Athletic Association of Muskingum strives toward the development of the college women. The purposes of the organization are to foster inter- est and participation in women's sports, to promote a higher degree of efficiency in health and scholastic achievement, and to promote a greater amount of college conscious, and college spirit. The diversi- fied program is arranged so as to include all phases of sport life, arranged according to seasonal partici- A pation, and varied so as to appeal to those who may be interested in milder forms of recreation as well as those who prefer more strenuous forms of activity. The scope of the W.A.A. Program includes the spon- soring of intra-mural games, inter-class contests, and all college teas. The retiring officers of the past year are: President, Georgianna Gault, Vice Presi- dent, Ruth Pollock, Secretary, Priscilla Leeds, Treasurer, Sara Ga rdner. ii!v'f1f:fi?A3'f4-' .. 4 In f F f:iF:'?'Mg T A MPA" f is - if ' 1 1? ' Q , 1 ing I G , CAP Wu- fyl lf., ""1w,,c ' 'P 5 f ur Yfynaitggah 'Z' as I' " 'lx staff JJ., l ff5 4.9, , J . , .. 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V " 141, ft gg A nf-. - 4 1 ibifdvr ,V 7 . a ' "ffi"Ji'21,:f,.4, ,dpmdi fE,.ff' rJmr,f,,t,4 lf' ' L q Louise Sproul, Naomi Albanese, Ethel Bowman, Ruth Myers, Betty Jane Wal- lace, Dorothy Wilson, Neva Marshall, Robert Wagner, John Patch, Dorothy Scott, Beverly Hess, Ruth Pollock, Mary Caldwell, Robert MacDonald, Annabel Lyons, Sec Ai Lew, Lorraine Hook, Vivien Cizeski, Ruth Duff, Holmes Smith, Elinor Geer, Gildo San- tavicca, Donald Aikin, George Myers, Dr. Smith, Dr. Clark, Nelson Reeves, Richard White, Harris Smith, Nolan Best, Warren Cooper, Don Smith. ,f mi r 1 ftffxf si g ,Q 't-49,1 '2,,5,,,.1f' rg 29 Y -rw? 1 VT: lkvlqfxucl Y, , 4 f . R ' 11,44 I Sr? I r ffl bg' 'A' 41 ,af-5 ' F .fain in 4' 4 " 4 I4 . - 1 fr .55..g:.1Wi.,f', A I -. 4. 34 .g:..,5'. . - wf, -!'4',.--,'-,arf . ' 'Q' -f.6.f1T.:u ' f F' wil .::: L"f "ji, f"" 32:1-2.1, '-2 -A .' 'y .' 'f -id? 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By having every meeting sponsored by a different de- partment, each member receives a more diversified understanding and appreciation of the whole scope of science. The Academy consists of general members, and Fel- lows. A student must have completed three hours of work in any of the science departments in order to be eligible for membership in the organization. Those members who have received twelve hours of B average in any one science, and are taking four more hours in the department are presented with a Fellowship. A The retiring officers of this past year's Academy of Science are: Nolan Best, who has filled the position of, President of the organization, Ethel Bowman, who has served as Secretary, and Gildo Santavicca who has acted in the capacity of Treasurer. Cl b cle artrnental organization, The Psychology u , a p was established on Muskingum's campus tor the purpose of advancing psychological knowledge, in- ' ' t' fellowship among terchanging ideas, and promo ing its members. This club was brought to our campus in i927 under the leadership ot Dean Ogan, Dean Orr, Professor Smith, and Protessor Clark. students ot the department, faculty members of the department, those allied with other science departments, and individuals in the community who are interested in propagating the purposes ot the organization. A ro ram, built for each college year, con P Q meetings which are usually held once a month in which both faculty members and student members participate. This club is a part of the Muskingum Academy ot Science, and sponsors one ot the meet- ' ' Sara in s of that organization. For the past year Q Reasinger has served as President of the organiza- tion, Sara Gardner, as V Smith, as Secretary-Treasurer. Membership includes sists ot ice President, and Dr. J. J. ,ay-z ' l""C'4' ,gb 'Ko ,J ,ff AWP fr P uf 1-r W I 3 ,jgxgl ff Js,i A 'A 11? .f lgfifl 4 9 ' 4 fffwwl i , 4 'lp' A lf, 0 x J' an W ' ws w i f lift 9, N lair' flag! 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Any s u Y is receiving a major or minor in Latin, and who shows a definite interest in the language may be a mem- h L t' is considered a dead language ber, Althoug a in it keeps those who study it very much alive. Novelty parties which are held during the year include an ' ' th Christmas party and sing, evening with the gods, e the Valentine party, and the t with Iolly pops and hair ribbons. The year kid par y is climaxed with an annual Roman banquet in the spring at which time new true Roman style-dressed in the traditional togas, . . . . h. h . reclining at the table, sipping grape juice w IC is d en- de stronger as the banquet progresses, an ma tertainment is furnished ,during the banquet by the new members. The retiring officers tor the past year are: Elinor Doty who presided as President ofthe or- ganization, Florence Buchanan who acted as Vice President, Lois Shiever, who filled the capacity of rothea Cores, who serv- the Hallowe'en art P 1 members are received in Secretary-Treasurer, and Do ed as Social Chairman. rw' The Art Club, organized in l934, was founded for the purpose of bringing into closer contact with each other, those persons who are artistically inclined. The club has actively fostered the interest of art, and of artistic production on the campus, not only through individual enterprising efforts, but in col- laboration with such groups as the Muskingum Play- ers in the production of the puppet show. From time to time the organization sponsors art exhibitions, displaying the artistic works of the budding artists of Muskingum. Through visits that the organizations make to var- ious art galleries in the adjacent cities, and through information received at meetings and through illus- trations, the members of the society greatly broad- en their scope and knowledge of art. The Art Club of Muskingum, being a member of the American Federation of Arts, enjoys all of the privileges extended by the organization. The offi- cers of the newly formed organization have been: President, Dorothy Moore, Vice President, Betty Bartlett, Secretary, Frances Ray, Treasurer, Anna- bel Leach. f . ,.. 'ry ...,- Clovis Frame, Dorothy Moore, Dorothy Emmick, Annabel Lyons, Bill Hoffman, Dorothy Wilson, Neva Marshall, Anna- bel Leach, Scott Lyons, Wilma Flem- ing, Dorothy Vickers, Lenora Duling Nancy Ferris. .H. . 1 ,i L frhf ,U ' ,fifnkf in 1 1 wfwa, 541117 7-P JM 1 if 'fc f? -il: '-'i5'f3"Lf?:11":i- 4' :lj LUIS? L.-,T '-Sui' . 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"L fzjif pg-aw .-fx g 'ff ' '-1 . l "2'ffj1f.wi-fl -l-in :va ff 1 v I nl . mi, r -'ygg1r4N:.s.-:c1:.- . 1 '1",. . ,,y'4'- Q-1: ' -fe ,zi" 'ff,fi:.'5 if -A ,'Z:: :gf ' 2 f"i ,. 3-'Jr .,.1,,.' - ' ,riff-QT.-.gg-?Q'i42'g-4142.,gs?g11f.51,,-r- L j . ,Q qwgi -' - .-1--'S-.-'--'vw-Inf.-was rem:-2-sw 5,-1' .'-6: ,W-H. 1-tiff v,Yg'FfF'eif1?'jW5?Ig?,i.f.ff?Eiif':f:3 , ' 'iff - ,SY In-C2141 .. 5'ski!55:3-,ff5f.Eg'-L:,a :gall li, 'fT31:.'.'g,3,:1 .,,.,1' , '5'-'Q3pt::Eypi:,e5:'Q.-filflj' -5 .'f12Gim912? JB 75355 V 14 A, f .I -15,-'f,4. ' L .ww ,,, I. 9 23-pg' My ,,..A6.,,4J A 1 'J Q H 41 Ad, ev ' P ll ' t' .tiff , .,.1 m 4, no - , v ,,, is f 4-. , I. . .Nag " - 'Wil'-lvfff,:-1. "Le Circle Francais," one ofthe oldest cultural clubs on the campus, is affiliated with the "Alliance Francaise," which is a national organization of French Clubs in the United States and Canada. lt is the purpose ot the club to develop an interest in, and a knowledge ot, France and the French culture. The membership of the organization is limited to those students who have received an average of "B" t"C" in their other gen- because of the superior in French, and an average o eral academic studies, too, ability which they have shown in the study of French. The membership ot the organization is limited to twenty persons who are chosen by the executive ' t' s of committee of the society. The regular mee ing the organization -are held at the home of Miss Sharp, where discussions of French customs, people, d on in the native French and literature are carrie tongue. For the past year the officers of the "Circle ve been: Gildo Santavicca, President, P o ram Chairman' Harry Laurent, Francais," ha Dorothea Cores, r g , Secretary-Treasurer, Professor Sharp, Faculty Advisor. The Spanish Club is an organization that was formed for the purpose of increasing interest in Spanish and developing the use of the language. The organization holds monthly meetings under the sponsorship of Mrs. Neuenschwander, for social gatherings at which the members speak Spanish exclusively. Lorraine l-look has acted in the capa- city ot President for the past year, Jean Snider as Vice President, Ruth Bickett, as Secretary, and Nancy Ferris, as Treasurer, The German Club was organized to attempt to stimulate and aid those who are interested in the study of the German language. Meetings are held monthly and various activities which contribute to the purposes of the organization are sponsored. At the meetings, games are played, reports on German articles are heard, and discussions on current poli- tical problems are carried on. The membership of this organization is extended to any person who has completed one year of German. 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V X-1,35 ,.,., er, Miss Sharp, Harry Adams, 711 1' 4 Ralph Wells .... Ass't. Business Manager Jean Ritter ...........,................ Literary Philip Caldwell .... Ass't. Bus. Manager Tom Hawthorne ........ Circulation Ass't. Bob Barker ............. ........ S ports Editor Jeanne Campe .............. Feature Editor Betty Gettmon ................ Society Editor Ted Cook .......... , ............ News Editor Rush Warren .,.....,...... Managing Editor Lewis Hays ......,....,..,... Editor-in-Chief Ray Rosensteele ....., Business Manager Dick White ....,..... Circulation Manager fl NS. fp, wal V gl I J if -'v nf- n,4""'S' ffs In YM 5 L Q Fl ,136 an Q- K. my r ggiyefif 1 I I4J u, if -4.14 miff. rg, U ,.... , , . Wg' u,..,.H.l 'iff' ' ff- . 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The paper is under student manage- ment, the major positions on the staff are elected by a board of control and they in turn select their as- sistants through competitive tryouts. "Man Bites iHoti Dog at the Dairy, Johnson Hall Tucks Away Anything from Rats to Bookworms, Melody l?i Floods the Library"-with these and other news topics, the B. G M. has begun its weekly action. The news writing and editing is done by staff reporters and staff heads. "Talking it Over" informs us of Muskingum's sports, "Literary Haberdashery" is made up of random essays. "Mark My Word"-- we then peep through the keyhole to see the gossip of the campus. The "Poetry" column is an outlet for student verse, "Hobnobbing with Society" informs us of the social events. During the year special issues appear. The "razz is- sue" is published by the Alpha Phi Gamma during mid-year exams. The homecoming issue is quite a treat to the alumni, and the freshman issue shows up talent in the freshman class. A From the middle of the afternoon to the late hours of the night, striving men work over the slowly fill- ing "forms," writing last minute headlines and streamers . . . just a few more continue lines . . . those last few spaces to be filled with humorous catches . . . that final moment when page proofs "are pulled" and the "slips that pass in the night" are corrected. The triumph of another week's work is climaxed at the Muskingum l-louse or the Dairy, where the fruits of "labor" are rewarded by that weekly indulgence, and midnight "dissipation" Early in the morning, while the rumbling press is still keeping the weary "sufferers" on the upper floor from enjoying a good night's rest, in there walk several sleepy men, aroused by duty's call . . . the circulation department. Their chief weekly enjoy- ment. . . pasting the name of some fair, fond, flat- footed friend. Rolling papers for the mail . . . "rid- ing" the printer to keep awake. Then at the break of dawn the weary laborers are seen wending their way slowly up the college drive . . . work done . . . filled with a strangely happy feeling . . . a feeling that tells them that they have a full week ahead of them . . . in which to restfully recuperate. Lewis Hays Editor-in-Chief ' f 65 Ns! 1 -u HW, 'fl' lf: fm ff-f f . 'mf .- Ja" 1 L1 f .. ,gf T G s-vutffaym? f. -,Li Q. , .1-,,: ,Lv -A . .L ' --allen, .g'1f'. ' flil nifty- , 572' o,'. fe,-.,'.u?g,pjgcu4-.. t '2,'Hff ' "j"2.g7A .ff 1. ' 1 55: 1,4:j'1i'5-IP:-Q .1 qi "'I 5" ' '4' N gf.. .,,..,u,-.,..---f-I-.-r ' . , . .- e+...': - --1 ' - ,' '- ' '., ,237 0k?Ip'fJ4:12S1,a.ff-:izf.jfLl?1i"5, L,, :dn A e-Fil' rf ' 'uf JFQZ 1 4.1 W" 3,'."n" fi' , 7 rs- 1. "2 L-'..i,.-.--M-' "fQ?gf:f,1?,-1: e N1 .ft-,' - 1.456 1-. I-J. J, t. -.-:mv . .w,,f- 4., .,a4..,- , - -- 4- .w..., . ff 'l 4 , f A if .51 ni. 3.'Q,."ju?,?i.,-'.a:',a,'-j,:,-A I. gf ii. J," 4? Jfpf, f- 'A'-f l in f, -' 1. 1: L,.2-fl ap., I l' 1 l 'Pm fl' L ff ,fl 1. .P ' W, ""' ,fd4'f 5. if 'flu G, ' ,., ,dm , 1 I I f 11 I ff f , Ray Rosensteele Business Manager ali uf?-1 1 cg I 1 'K A P . ' '."4'l4I""iaI22'1-7.',f-:vi . -' V ' ' i'a5::1ie'.5-ff-1-".. 'g,,V.4f,,,yz . :'-14f,agf,-- .qy,.lL1,pgQ',m' ei 1. 06 , .f , 0314!-1 rf,f,f,,, 154 1 114. I I '1 ff? 1 4 lip wi' 1 1,-' ,"f -'Magi if -4, Y nl Jia" "1 it - T 'lil I 51' f 'Wu ' milf? .1 fjiilfi,-1.-1 , , . f'E,F', -,Ai-.slr nil" -5: k . .5774 f 'w111lvt'f., ' . 1 1-L J' .5 .1'"!:iff4w,-',i-cfpm, . .-,apr -.5y!!'.ru:si 14 -:vp 1,-+,'v ffl,-mae :fn-5' fd. .1 -27'4sf4Ea:f'S23'. ,,,., r- - " '.v-"5,2Qa'fff ffigrif '..1f"1FE5'-12: 1:f3L5'3Z73'Q.- - j.- ,, ' 19 4, :lift ' .- .,'L- i"f':'-I-jf affj ja ,,. -, wr... yn ,L . if -:qv , '-23" SAF:-'J?if1'7"'F.--'ffftdi?'JEf15lf3GQf.'5'fE-2i'i7ffL5 ' . 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As the crystal is polished it is possible to see a group of people-some are concentrating, others are talk- ing excitedly. They seem to be discussing a topic of great importance. Ah, the picture can now be seen more clearly. This group is the Muscoljuan Staff. ln one corner the paper cutter is being used in a war- like manner, heads and arms are being cut off, and even hair cuts are being given. Rubber cement is be- ing smeared on some one's back so he will stay when once put in his place. What has happened? Oh, the fifteen inch ruler has been mistaken for a fourteen inch one and a page of pictures has to be ripped off. Now it is possible to see still more clearly in the crys- tal. One girl is collecting the shoulders of her best beau which have been cut off by the butcher at the paper cutter, and is storing them away to gaze upon later. The latest jazz has just been tuned in on the radio, and it is possible to hear what the group is now doing. As the picture fades there can be seen in the future a "book of reflections," which may cause many to reminisce over those college days on the hill. The Muscoljuan, annual publication edited by mem- bers ofthe Junior Class, depicts in pictorial and lit- erary style our schoolmates as they are forever in our reflective memories of the past. ln a few years we will be turning back the pages of the years, turning over in our minds those happy days that seem so long ago. We have, in some measure, tried to make this book the key which will open wide the door of daily things, that holds back those reflecting memories of our past. Perhaps at this time we should feel sad and some- what sentimental . . . but rather we feel proud that we had the opportunity of adding another Muscol- juan to the list of past reflectors. lf, on occasion, this volume is taken from its place as a paper weight, and these pages are perused with reflective memor- ies, we shall feel that in a small way it has served its purpose. We now turn over to the on-rushing staff the priv- ileges that accompany their task, remembering many pleasant events of our past year. lt is now time for us to say, "We hope that you like our Muscol- juan, and that the shadows of this past year may, in the future, loom large in your reflective memories of old M,C." Pictured at upper extreme left: Ted Cook, Business Manager, Glenn Muirhead, Ass't. Business Manager. Above: Mary Cald- well, Ass't. Editor, Rush Warren, Editor. ,. ."g,f,vfj'f'fQi-JV' 'A Hifi .ki x?,Li.9.y:FJ-igGg,,4 ',r'l 1,g,yw'f Ji 3 if A 1: -as sg ' f' lf " ' 1 17 ' if 3 H v all 'ls it " 'TLA' ,, It .4 , v 144, rt, V+ V 1' f. 'Q 91 J H1 4' I 1-V Jfr r,-,5 31 Xr7t ' N1 ,wif-:?f:Ql.2 ,. - ,Ji , 9.53 64.4. ,.glg'- '.f ' 75. Anfi- . -'if' .f.,4p,F?? ' 2 fijf... . . .Qivif . f 1'-?4.q.,y?' A fhf-'4:5tYii"S1?F:9.f:.' ji-K! - fd q,,.w.v.:-.ng,,-any. r -': H li .3'--K 4f.gw,, . I-, , 2 Lg ggi: .yr-,J-7.-.4 ,Q . , Z .,,,. W. 9 -P' 1,2-'.1:f.'1. - 4S':"f-5'c:.1-lie " 7 - v' ' 1"-Hifi? ,""ff2:f,1fss1Lf 'wares-Q.-lf. 214 .. 4 Wi' f' if 'ff it fi . 'rg' ii 'imlff ::f-1, 'g'2r'1'H'-i::'j.m-f. 5.1-Ny, - f' 'Ju-1, 5 5 fl, -., FK,-'f 'i.A'f,.,1:-..,f4f:f:.'E7:.1 li-4f71'df"'p Jfff- " "4'5?K' 1'-"1?iS'.-'if:?fE':-'-'-:'ff?-fifth' i- gf' -1 -- . . A . ' , - . , -1532.5-', ,,- . ,yu .-fgiirf., f . V '7-i2f-see.:f.M- fm.- fv' "f3."s'. 1 -1 ,g'4, ' iff " 7 v Q53 " 34 Q.':' lk' " 5-:v'd,9.i'f-'fcilffrif ,, 4 , ,H lf , y,-',,1,' ""::f1p3ni:' .M -.. .- .f f-2...4:' .yy .' 5 -. ny,-,-.gf I ,J-3, . mf fffftfmf-519, -le: 7 c.S'aci Z 1454 jeffd 552, if President Jean Rottemier Secretory Vice President Virginia Davis Joan Ricketts Treasurer Helen Drake Jeanne Camp Eleanor Cuthbertson Elizabeth Eberle Cammile Hays Betty Luce Margaret Mehaftey Betty Sedgewick Jeannette Scott Jean Snider Helen Maharg Hazel McDevitt Berttina Brown Barbara Butler Geraldine Getty Martha Moore Ruth Ann Moore Janette Reed Jean Ann Russell Ethel Jane Thomas PLEDGES Martha Moore Louise McKinney June Lloyd Betty Burris Cammille Hayes Elaine Smith Sara Jane Kennedy Jane Mitchell Esther Holcomb Eleanor Cuthbertson Grace Jones Margaret McKinley Jean Hill Louise Sproul Kathleen Rosecranz cle-ADB. !4.'ffQf.vg tr-:j.Ljf'fj,'i - -' .,, E. . .4 1. .MA D 'ek'-'J 'P President Eleanor Riley Vice President Secretary Georgionna Gault Esther Johnson Treasurer Ruth Buck ldomozelle Cutright Betty Grace Garrison Addalyn Gault Lois Johnston Martha McCrory Alberta Muhleman Frances Ray Vivian Ray Margaret Taylor Martha Cooper Dorothea Cores Ann Davis Margaret Finley Helen Hunter Ann Melick Jean Ritter Sue Stumpf Velma Beal Leota Boyd Sara Carleton .lean Copeland Vivien Davis Elinor Geer Margaret Hanford Clorinda Hodgeman Mary Hunter Virginia Maguire Vera Pierce Hazel Sutton PLEDGES Betty Quigley Winona Cowser Eleanor Sperry Margaret Ann McCleary Dorothy Scott Alice Finley Q., 'Ir X '-' .+.i. ABWEQ. 5' ui IIS Km President Gladys M. Anderson Treasurer Secretory Ellen J. Smith Lois Snodgrass Vice President Betty Scott Mary Caldwell Dorothy Culp Dorothy Emmick Ruth Emrick Beatrice Evans Margaret Haag Jean McComb Margaret Myers Betty Ann Zellars Nova Clendenning Betty Gettrnan Meredith Lynn Ruth Morgan Sara Reasinger Annabelle Aikin Annabel Leach Doris Mellott Ruth Smith Dorothy Wilson PLEDGES Mary Ballentine Esther Zika Betty Walker Margaret Myers Ruth Bell Ruth Kapp Q Helen Jane Taggart Naomi Parks Margaret Brown Margaret Thorpe Phillis Yackey Elizabeth Farmer Margaret Hendershot Lorraine Hook EWL LVL ,5'4w'3???'g-1bf,'..5L,, " 7 ,,-g-"- - ' 1J1lVl2'S F5 T , 'QQ'-',fy'f4, v. -' -xi!-'. v N. ' ,lif ' ., f w .f yr President Elizabeth Bay Treasurer Secretary Lois Shiever Betty Jane Wallace Vice President Betty Bothwell 2 ,.,. f , -:ff,1jr------ . , Y, -. .- - ---- - - -S - --- iii, 'T"'f'fI2E7'-'V-'U'-L 3 ffl- f Y Y YYY, --- -- --- -- . --7v------:---e:1-l- '- - --- - - - . ---, .1----,--CD . -,A ,YW ir , ,, ,, - ,,,,,, , . Z., - .. ,, , ..,,, -.-,..- H . A , . , --- - ,--- Y -1--H -H '11---Y -------- ---- - -- - - - --- 7-4 -- C., 4 ,.-, eff H . , --0, ,A-,QE -Lrg-,-. --, ----f - - --- -------- ------W 5 , A, ,W , , , ,,A,YTl,. 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V , , . ,, -Y.,--Y... ..-. for Y ,Y 7,7 ,, W , ,, , , ,, ,, W3 - --A -1z---- -- G- - - - f---ff - ----r --------:L,,, - 5, , ---M f-Ali ------- fi 5- 4 , E Milton Kellison Guy Knopp- Roy MacKintosh Robert Mclntyre Robert Needs Nolan Best Robert Crawford Harold Purdy Ray Rosensteele Gildo Sontovicca Hugh Anderson Ray Butler Philip Caldwell Robert Campbell Richard Fitzsimmons Terrell Fondren Gordon Gombert Robert Gullyes Jock Humphreys Frank McClanq1han Bill McCreight Robert McQuay Bill McGeary Jack Mullens George Myers Robert Risinger l Eric Watson PLEDGES Kenneth St. Clair William French Howard Lovelady Lowell McCoy Harold Simpson Carl Anker Jack Greenawcilt Albert Luchette William Nixon Jock Smith David Benton William Hoffman Alden McArthur Wesley P'ierson Robert Towzer Robert Cowden Harolcl Koser Grant McClonahan Robert Risinger Glenn Thompson II 9 -i ffa: 'fbl i " n",,x.-A,'.- fi 'V -.eg-., 0 . . 4. President Kenneth Beams Secretary Treasurer Richard White Nelson Reeves Vice President Don Smith ,-Qxee 1 .- tg,-. .. , , .. ,J e ne, ff ,Y ,1 , -ff A-,-, UA, - -A -wif-f -,,,.--,mf-A Y -E-wn fggg353-amy-. - - - e e V- N-v---f-V0 wwf- e---T---Y----v----ve-v---v-4.-fzqf, , - .3-......-1 , C--3-::: .- , H ,,-47 , ,- -T 'Y W. ' --- V V , ,, , -, T--- -.--,-- , .,,-,, ,, 3 , , -4, ,Y , , ,,,,, , , Ted Cook John Doutt Richard Hall Tomas Hawthorne Henry Hess Paul Hoffman Edwin Miller Boyd Baun , Robert Barker Robert Brown James Burrler ' Warren Cooper Eugene Doutt Homer Echord Clinton Heacock James Kappes Robert Rose Don Azallion Richard Cowclen Jerry Gardner Keith Schatfner Robert Wagner Ned Wolfarth Jerold Wright i PLEDGES Bill Armstrong Richard Dunlap Pete Hughes James Smailes George Aikin Harold Fee Robert King Richard Youngen Marshall Clark Robert Fishburn William Lehman Louis Woods Carl Hoffman Henry Shade 2 eg Aim . sg? vi - -. .ui ' L9 I. jx afa I ,J .- President Willis Gregg Secretary Vice President Forest White Melvin Carpenter Treasurer Charles Estill Loren Buckey Frank Kachilla George Lacher Glenn Muirhead Willis Ogle Maurice Orndortf Verne Orndorff Alfred Yocom Robert Zellars Holmes Smith Clark Armstrong Dale Baker Frank Bennett l Z Ralph Dickson ' .. 3. Jay Hood rrr eg Howard Keller Robert Knight Bill Laughlin 'vw Harry Laurent Austin Moore 'Q PLEDGES John Allison William Corbun Roy Gillespie Austin Moore Ralph Berg Wilbur Brewer Clarence Graham Frank Sanderson John Campbell William Fisk Franklin Harper Earl Secrest Everett Gallagher Charles McCullough 123 24 502 President Alex Gettman Treasurer Vice President Don Campbell Robert Courtney Secretory James McClintock , +- , . - .. .,,. ,J L ..4:-- -, CE William Bechdel Richard Cooper Ben Hammers Gilbert Hepler Richard Huston Robert Myers Harris Smith Rush Warren Harry Adams Vincent Be Earl Glass Forest Hupp Richard Johnson Kenneth Myers Don Ogllvie Ernest Orr Hugh Ballentine Harold Bear Lewis Crowe Robert Gooding Louis Juillerat Kenneth Lydic Robert Montgomery Hugh Paxton William Smith Charles Warden Frank West Robert Conley Leroy Deyo Dave Evans Frank Hepler "-P "f - '-' ' PLEDGES Merle Hershey Robert Longbrake Bill Schumacker Robert Hervey Harold Montgomery Dave Smiley James Himes John McCarrell John Wilkins Albert Jinkner Charles Pilliod John Yont I2 ....-.. .. -. , L ,--,,,.-.:. 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Eldred Saviers Robert Skelly PLEDGES Kenneth Amspoker James Evans James Keppel Allan Simpson James Blyth Homer Hoffman Robert MacDonald Bryon Steen Herbert Buck Donald lden Robert McMilllen Richard Wilson George Cappes Earl Isaac Richard Simcox Everett Woodcock - Floyd Conrad Kenneth Jefteris Dean Smith 12 QI li itll Azvlliy, -11111411141 hZ.W1llZIl nvn' 4 Z! , l -1---Y X Reeves, Brown, White, West, Drum, Colabrese, Crowe, Lydic, Juillerot, Ballentine, Coach Grimm, Wolfarth, Jones Hall, Gloss, Hess, Campbell, Alberto, Watson, Beard, Boker, Coach Holcomb, Baun, Burrier, Myers, Bell, Carpenter Captain Heacock, Vanaman, Gregg, Adams, Patton, Page. Coach Holcomb '?. '9 I !f'fli4'w Jig, Wk psf ,fix 1J'5 zbpw I ,IH fig? Ikgfl ,I K' xv! 1-4? -4-"Iv" -.fi 5, -z ily 4 v 'W -aff! J i .Q-WI! JL 1 , K' 31,1514 fl If f fkfhffgf A J ll: 'ix qv, , ,,,i.:J3,ft:Z".,i . t , .v,:,, fe .c- '- . . --4. . 4. -0.5.-Q'-?Q.,,, .-., gf ' -ug,-?fgfftp3,,...r , 35,-F. Al- ,'f'f1f.i'q,.f1,, :VV-:.r1,,,, ,',.' 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Notwithstand- ing the fact that the team lost several lettermen at graduation last year, their hopes still loomed high with their eyes on the heights.'The Fighting Muskies, under the guide of their competent coach, dropped only three ot the season's games. Despite these losses the Holcomb men received widespread recog- nition in the eyes of coaches and sports writers ot Ohio. Muskingum has the privilege of claiming the high point man of the Ohio Conference as well as several men who were mentioned on the first team of the leading press syndicates of Ohio. For the past year's performance, much credit goes to the line coach "Pooney" Grimm. Clinton Hea- cock, Senior fullback on the squad served as captain of the Fighting Muskie team. ""xYi"iif'l!iZ's-fa Ah K 'N vi mfs? 4, 4 4, F' ' givin: f oe I ex? I , Q ' aug,- J ffr-rl, "" lu. I" 1+ 1, 5-'iffy 'i .'-:.1l- -if Jjj p ,,. .fff-wi.: H?" 1. Ji' W. -,pr-1' - 1, 1 --Mu -4 1 ' -,,.4.v,.--.lu ,4-,Q 40 Mfv. 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The Muskies started their season with a spectacu- lar victory over Otterbein, with a final score of i9-6. The team revealed the power of which it was really capable by defeating the strong team from W. Cr J. in one of the most thrilling games of the season. Continuing their win- ning streak, the Muskies defeated Heidelberg when Vanaman, receiving a pass from Patton, ran eighteen yards for the first score, Heacock, through his drives made the second score for the Muskiesg l-leacock by a long run, again scored a touchdown for the Muskingum squad to finish with a final score of 26-O. ln an unex- pected upset the Muskies lost to Denison at the Migration Day Game. Homecoming, the fighting Muskingum team was defeated by the Wooster Scots. ln their next encounter Musk- ingum tied with the Ohio Northern team in a O-O game . . . they went down in submission to the Marietta team at the score of l3-l6 . . . the final game of the season was played with Mount Union which ended in a tie at 7-7. Despite the ups and downs of the season, sev- eral Muskingum men were ranked on the first team of the Ohio Conference. Ralph Patton, charging backfield man, received the honor of being high point man of the Conference, and was also picked on the first team by the Asso- ciated Press. Captain Clinton Heacock, hard- charging and punting fullback was named on the first team by both the United Press and the International News Service. Harry Adams, tall end, waschosen by the Associated Press and the United Press for second team.. Melvin Carpenter, veteran center for the Fighting Muskies, received the position of center on the second team by both the United Press and the International News Service. 3 ,.. '-.51-r"':f1:.:' - ,- 1 . f !rim'Yx1-71-snt'4.v-Qt.: .FYI lr'-lililllt wp? L' K A ry , v f1P1:J'3.f?4,:,L.lp H . 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A W g.i,?'fNL 4f.v.'.x3,sL :K:a,'l:7, f f r-,,J9n.1, f V fig gmgix, f if 5 If L11 ly' fu- 9335 -'im mi- . ' 'gc z'f!-"Q,-sm-fw Ps-wwf 6 f . "M.,0?f.I:g5,d-4'3a-fQ5"'4' ' ,jg 15 Pictured from left to right: Jack Beard, f t A D a J ff ,A 55" AMQQ, L 'J Frank Alberta, Harold Bear, Vmcent -f' gl M I 11 Jr, ,xxx I 16'-' 'ggilfcv'-if '.-xref M531 x-.,fwf,wn-0.-1 y'ifK-PfUW'I1','25-- "C"x!'i ,. .. . 'fy .5551-,..4 K' jbu Jig l',?Zl1p'!- 1 JJ ,. A , --" -. 7 - .21 , ..l'.-11' .. ff- Q '2fp,-.,- +,f.'QfQ ,, ,f- 2' 1 .1 .: .FL K-51155 .I I .. in yw"i'. ',1,js' .1 ,J . f J?qt' 'ff'fS'a 43552-V :Ti-' ' . , ' 'af-51-Q f "2 I --'-Jw? ' 1.25 " " '-I7515v.Ef ,.w,. 'a ,if f mr A f- wx gf- 111, fHff1-Lay-4' LA? v V..mfffiwifw-L'1' ' 1A V ' X fi J. ,,,f.f:,4n1,9iyf 51MYZi??Qy?4??F-. 41, -ffm" 14. ' .. 192.54-5',43f ,7f4.f9Jgf,i?5S 6,65 1 E " y4xrff5,'.':'wiqfLif1-11:zffs,-, i1.f:L"C1' ' 'ML5 wild ,055 - '4g.3.'?:',f12'1' yi'--VY. " 4 .-111' 4,1 j,'.mS!-'A'!JzL.f.f Nita? , U65 1'9jQr1'1 ififgp 3,535 T QT 1 ,Nz-JQ,-6321 Qing ,5",f3gQ4'f12 iff' -, " ,. 'e'.-z'k'v..: 'QM 4 J' f,""+1-I f ight. Don Camp- -Qgiif iigiffii ff ' . Ie T T0 " ' 'Q5:E",!, "V , - 'U 7 . " ':'??3 ,"'Ef 1' .:'2'n' Pictured fron? Forest Huppl Harry wlqrrp, .g np-f' bell CoDf0"" . Watson. fm-A-V-f'1?f.,Qfpirffffieii-:vs2211,-3fw,A4' v'S4i4m:?.ff' ' llentme, ROY ' 'if-.,'ew.--'ln -f L - AdomS, Hugh BO ' ' v 1, , . -,-,fJu+144Qz'.f'If "4 '57-'3f,rf1c'4nlAm1vKl 4 J K Dc f l IJ VG 4445 J J :ffl 'll arm iii! 553' lg! li' fv will . v .34 ,NLG ,M gb ,... ff 1-13 -ii -sw fi .1 I.j5,l'.51 7i'!.7:13i!f-'f :fail , 1'-14 ' -- '3.-1,- 12,6 ' ' 4'-.. , 3,-:,, 5,'1An:'v:if,2ff,if1'- .A '. -si. . .P"' ,-,:g,.-,-fs' ,-fi.. ,I 'i, y ' 1 lf 'J 'I J", l'l"",I-,Q 41.-, - A f "' "1-'44,-'--151 - ' - 'An' -. .1--,iv-Lf . '9QI'.h ',5-', g.!-2f.12.H425i7j1.- , 2q' ,L,wJ'w' ff, 4.If' L - 5'-1-.f.-,:'.,!'-.-'5. .35 5 . - . ' - up 'fr ' .Mi f' Viz - - .4 'fl-L -': 5.14:-rf-f',152d.. ,-12'n:,5Tf1J 'x' --'-K f ' -' ' ' 'E' -'S'-41-.' -"QSM C': 1 1- 'ff'-5 '. ' 4 wild? Eff, 'E' "fit-if: f:-2?-ri- fi: 6.1675 E4 .-,J - 4 . , '-w:.fv+.- -, ,ma3-ff-iq-qs:..'.1.--gigs:-+51 113,45 "-'-EH ...fe ri.. .- i'E":s7-?"i'J-S12-1-i' 7. . ' A. . ,A-'.s.'f4,-.wi ' 'Nfvg-1'fi4:i45G.' . 5, ".'- Q- g m, ,, . ..i ',.'gAg,,,-,y1. , -yi, -:Y -M, -,. .. A.-1, , W , . . , ,. 0. 'wi J, ' ff rim' ' ' ri. 'Nl zz 1 ' 'willleflll-5115321 i+l?f3'ff 1 Last fall the Fighting Muskie Basketball team began their practice with all of the stamina and hope that the Conference Champions had had the previous season. The first game, a non-conference encounter with Ohio Wesleyan, saw the Muskingum hopes thwarted in a heart-breaking battle which gave the decision to the opponents with a score of 33-29. The Muskies' hopes for the title were turned back a step when they were defeated in a hard fought game with Kent State by the score of 37-32. ln the next fracas the tired and battered cagers returned home from Capital after a thrillingly close game that ended in favor of the opponents at 43-42. Once more turned back Oberlin at a score of 37-30, the Muskies returned to their home floor determined to halt their losing streak. With new pep and confidence they trampled the basketeers from Ohio Northern to defeat by a score 45-31. The next week the team of Wittenberg suddenly turned vicious and rolled up 72 points while the Muskie machine looped in 30 points. Rallying, the Muskingum five defeated B 8 W in a close game with the score 35-34g the next week, in a close decision Case topped the Muskies 40-4lg Mt. Union managed to roll up 46 points to the Muskies' 29g W Er J sent the Muskingum team home in defeat with a score of 72-46. ln their final rally the Muskingum team defeated the strong Marietta Pioneers 43-42g and the following week delivered to Denison a devast- ating set-back of 46-28. The journey to Otterbein Hugh Bflllenfine, l30b CUIIFSOH, Hflfold took its toll when the Muskies were defeated 31-42. BEGH PURIQIVI Wcgsogf Qogkpbfllbigiry The final curtain was drawn when the Muskies OOC 0 C0171 , OY1 O E , ' Adams, Captain Forest Huppl Vmcie battled with thehstrong Wooster Scots to be defeated Ben, Jock Beard' by only one point with a score of 43-42. VARSITY CROSS COUNTRY James Dean, Maury Mathews, Eric Tougher, Dave Bailey, Hugh Anderson, Bill McCreight, George Myers Perhaps one ot the hardest and most strenuous of all ot the sports of the minor league of sports is that of Cross Country. Under the coaching eye of Coach McCoy Mariner, the team, composed ot the veteran runner, Eric Tougher and James Dean, Maury Mathews, Dave Bailey, Hugh Anderson, Bill McCreight and George Myers, entered their tall season to encounter teams from Denison University, Ohio Wesleyan, Wooster FRESHMEN Following the same procedure as in a few previous years, the members of the Freshman squad, beside their individual l and team meets, occasionally accompany the varsity on various trips ot the season. Although not considered as a part ot the varsity team, these men receive ience in their participation, and it gives then an oppor- ltunity to show their individual abilities. College, Ohio Northern and Bowling Green. Although not the most outstanding season record, these men. very capably represented Muskingum College in each of their meets. valuable exper- ff' 'f1'ff'f:L5grl-ffl' -- . :fi -i 'ah '6f',riu4???USf . fr' .ilffififf Q-1:ffk.2i"i-Lf,i?iL!,57 -,fit j 2:-My-'-1'Sf.'f 6- Q' if -:f: i.i',f2. , 1' my -Y .f2. .+ , ein-if:.fz'l.-.,,. 4 .1 ,1-i- .1 -145.-u p 45 ' " ffLfj'.1?.,:q.'.-lj iq-gif-21.2. 55 gif-. , i .,- P 14.1,,,1r,.,.rc..fw,if, ,,' 9, 2 40 ,Ln-f l' 4' ' ' ff-'Lf Tr-M , -53 , . 1 ,. ',z,l'-5.5344 , l. "safi2flii1fi-ei . 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' . in iS:qi:121, . 1 313:-1 M55 "g1,ji,.-, j,5..,:- 5- ,PLL lg, 's:3'5-,gg5?,,Q4g,s:E.?e-.1 rj -few, :ffrx-my -'..,114,-541 i' -v-we-13:-seam :V '- f 47,1-fa, ' , ---. -"f'-QWYJ' 1 ' LQ- "'5 ' .H r -' Iliff' 42:5 " 'lv ' ' 'I 1, ififif 7 "0 f' .avi ff' "W at 2 el " tif '11 --f?lii:.f4l2ffv5l i ' With a number of veterans returning to the track, and several new men entering- the field, Coach Mariner looked forward to a bright track season. Muskingum opened her attack by sending the Baldwin-Wallace tracksters home after decisively defeating them at a score of SO-'5l. Because the Muskingum squad was handicapped after three of the consistent point gainers were unable to partici- pate, the Muskies suffered defeat in the hands of Ohio Wesleyan, and the next week to the Wooster Scots. Although the Muskies lost to Denison in the following meet, Hupp, captain of the squad, broke a college record in the broad jump that had re- mained unchallenged for more than two student generations. Trekking to Oberlin to participate in the Big Six, Muskingum saw her former pole vaulting record smashed by her veteran star, "Sonny" Akenhead. Despite the fact that there were but a very few from Muskingum who were able to qualify, the tracksters were placed far above the standing of most of the other schools of her size. At left can be seen in action such track stars as: Captain Hupp, Bill Bechdel, Harry Adams, Richard Volisin, Russell Anderson, and Ralph Patton. Volisin, Beams, Adams, Miller, Campbell, Coach Mariner Zellars, Bechdel, Taylor, Sobec Hupp, Patton, Purdy, Knapp ' Rosensteele, Ogilvie, Needs, Noble, Bald, Slater, Coach Grimm One of the up and coming sports of the campus is that of Tennis. Last year Muskingum College was well represented in the Conference meet by her valuable veteran players, John Bald, George Slater, and Vernon Noble, who formed the nucleus of the successful last year's team. Throughout the season, Muskingurn's racqueteers encountered Westminster, whom they defeated 4-3, W GJ suffered defeat at '5-2, Wooster was twice turned back at 5-2 and 4-3, Kenyon defeated the Muskie squad in two successive meets, and Capital U. who defeated the Muskies in a close match that ended 4-3. ln the Big Six, Muskingum was very well repre- sented by her veteran stars, Bald, who went to the quarter finals in the tournament, and Slater, who also went to the quarter finals. Losing four veteran players the Muskie team of this year began with but three of its old men back for training. 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Although all of the season's games were not played, and despite of the l3's lit you were superstitious! the Muskie men were able to come through with a very good season record. Although not in the order in which they were played, some of the encounters of the season were with Marietta, who turned the Muskies back in a game that saw the opponents ahead ll-7, the Muskies took the nine from Capital to task by defeating them 7-5, again the Muskies scored a victory against Otterbein at 8-5, in a double header with Oberlin, the Muskingum nine split even after losing the first game 6-4 and retaliating by defeating their opponents ll-lO, although the Muskies lost their encounters with Denison and Marietta, they struck their stride by defeating the Wooster "Scots" 9-3. Through graduation the Muskie nine lose tour ot their veteran players. The men pictured at left in action are: Ben Hammers, one of the star sluggers for the Muskies, Elmer Boyer star at the mound, Fred Lasko, behind the mask, and Bob Brown pitching. s"fg:'a'if" .M -.-i.i311,ghgo gk- rrwu '-.fl "Y--' 11. 'a - 4 Amr 'v'v Qfffi--mJ,, '4 ' fi-" Q.. , , . grid' fl' . F222 ' 'i5f'g:'-gem., ,f 1, ' tvfr.-.-.1-'-A:few-2:-'f'er,2 ff 1 " - - ' --wr.. -ff 1 '.x."X-43+ I--1'-.'-liz.-' fd, 1 '-a 5' ww.-.. Sis! 5523 Lat "ini: 1' 'pfffr-5525 i'QQ'1-'E f',.N'5'!3l-iv? W-FQ. 4-'A 1 ' HJ- siflll :gf H - .9 fg.+h.5'-.qg.g,1s!:i1:- .5i,..5J:A ,gf 1.3 Muff.-tw if d fz S' '-'m1'r:2fr:-Jaif-'QM .' 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Some were successful in receiving year, will undoubtedly look to the well their sweaters, while undoubtedly others trained freshman team of Coach Mariner, were overlooked. Nevertheless they all may for new fighting material to fill the vacan- go out next fall for the varsity, to be cies made as a result of the veterans' proud to play for Muskingum,whether as an graduation. All-Conference star, or as a scrub. r R 41 - .- 11111111111 ' 21'4lZZ1Y1 48 Qu nz 1 gg H1 . ,Y ww wmuuu V as fgis E H M, is .f:H.QL7-','vgV:f,- A I :',ffl9!nf'fQi"i-'iff 691-51- , .- W wp-K f.af4ff5iQf 'f V f . v?K.l.f ?ifa- fff2991"fsffgaf-H2ff Hspzggfatvzvf,-. Lf' I -,Q "'jAq"'l4:EgfpjfHf,h 4-gr, . H v , ff 31 ,r ' ' "V-",:', wang H S' A X +2259 35553,-,, ' " .e.. gf ': F gg?-HA ', ., :K -.',-Q1 3: -'I' . . .ful- JV f24rn'i- '91 .Ju 'f 1'Wf,?.:1'3's'Eff'g 4,?s?. i?-W5 NwJ..11'45ffi'f,f.jhQ.L'-1' "1 iw ' .9 am's.,! fm' -411:m,,L,+f,',f1.Q4, . 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