Muskingum University - Muscoljuan Yearbook (New Concord, OH)

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'.'j- ' A, . 505 irq I 4. 1.'i.'-+1-f-2-xx 'vs .44 ' .fn r .- I - -I ,.- ff -' , f ba I .-wx'-,glggigf-5g1,E.k -Adj 4: y I , Q, u M .3 4. , ...uh 5. IFJ- --. L' A -.. 1 -"-1 " rf L . :I ' 1.-I TY f--.--iw-f. -- 1 ,, LTl.ie::,,-Illqtz,-raafau ,ii gjlxty 33 D, L1 : I . . 1, fy V -2, h.',2...s-:'5?5- Q-fl-K.-fig .s is I . A' 47. .I .1 -. ,.,l.. ,,-M... - , -5',- - --.. . -,,.-3-,".-, 51 9 , , - '. - :. 'o.a-.'7ff:'L ' J, fu' ' 5- I-.',,- .. - ' mall' 'E .fx ' . . . - " ' 'L - . 1fff.:f4a THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MUSKINGUM LIFE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF LLOYD D. WHITE Business MANAGER DAVID K. COOPER ISEP 19 '93 Q-LPI-ofa QM4,Ie,,+ Loekhx Qaw-pe. wg Olombe. Cwe, Lwusfsg rr.. 3474-8 PUBLISHED BY THE JUNIOR CLASS Muskingum College New ConcorcI, Ohio inf lf X .lf ff an ,ax UDB -Tvs if Q Iv fuk fy-5 I-I pb rg evo flux ,753 fy -Qfanlf I If--1IxIw I:. 'v,,.w': 1 " QQJP I UIIWJ Ie,fsLs.HeI.liIII.ILJN..IIII1.J1Ir"II.. Lu-.,.f-IJBQEI 4 MUSCOLJUAN PROPERTY O -h LLL l a , 1 P give ll MU5? 'P CEE IBM W3 s Tb f iq .,,. I Q. V V ,P P. P ,.-- vie- w -gi -..:, ,.v' 1, L A . fi- ' 1, 'l 9 4 2 FF esenting the Junior Class of Musking Selected and arranged by the Editor and Sta repr Photographs by Mueller and Maxwell. Engraving by Robert Rawsthorne. Printed by Kurtz Bros., Clfd., Pa. Covers by Kingscraft. um College 0l"8 lfU0lf' Since Muskingum is, we believe, oll Things To oll people, we bring you in The poges which follow on encyclopedia of Muskingum life. IT is our purpose here To recopTure Through The comero's eye, ploces ond evenTs, nomes onol Toces -The mony Things which will spell Muskingum To you when college oloys ore memories. 5 gckfork X2-Q ace In preparing and editing this book, l have kept in mind three major aims, which demand a note of explan- ation. First was the change in size. It has been the criti- cism of many that the larger sized publications would not fit conveniently in a library shelf, and consequently was not as useful as possible. In view of this situation the T942 MUSCOLJUAN has been reduced to book size with a hundred additional pages and a third more photog- raphy. Second was use of the theme, "Encyclopedia of Mus- kingum Life". It is to be noted that the word encyclo- pedia itself bears the meaning, summary. To summarize the life of the college between these covers is a goal which this publication has endeavored to attain. In a continuation of this encyclopedic theme, all materials have been classified alphabetically by sections, with the six main sections being alphabetized for the convenience of the reader. Third, was making it a reference book. I have tried to visualize the future and develop this book accordingly. This publication is your reference book of a year of hard work, pleasing fellowship, and enioyable experiences. The book has been designed to refresh these memories, and with these explanations I, on behalf of a splendid staff, present this "Encyclopedia of Muskingum Life" to the students, faculty, and friends of Muskingum College. New Concord, Ohio L. D. W. May, 1942 6 Cfmfmft 1. Administration President .,,....,, . A... . Administrative OFFicers Faculty ..,,.s.,.s, i.i,, 2. Classes Seniors Juniors , .1 Sophomores Freshmen ,. 3. Features Annual Events ...., Beauty Queens . May Day ...i,.. 4. Life Lounge 4.,..V..i.. .. Advertisements , . Dormitory .,., . 5. Organizations Clubs lSociall 1 ..., 1 Extra Curricular 1 Forensic and Drama it Honorary Organizations Religion and Music 6. Sports Football r......,,,.. Basketball 1 ,a.. Freshman Sports it Track . ,..., . . . . Baseball . 1 1. Tennis and Swimming . , Intramurals , .,..l....t. , 7. Student Directory Page 17 21 22 27 Page 37 41 55 93 99 Page 105 109 115 121 Page 125 126 129 133 Page 145 149 175 191 201 213 Page 229 233 236 239 240 242 243 244 Page 245 7 Cam f ion With pleasure and pride, we dedicate This T942 Muscoliuan to "Cam" McConagha. Thirty-tive years ago, a young man named George Cameron McConagha began work at Muskingum as an unassuming furnace- man and ianitor tor Paul Hall and Johnson Hall. Those Two buildings Then comprised The entire campus. The quadrangle was a gully, The lake was non-existant, The site ot The stadium was a stream-bed. Muskingum as we know iT Today is largely The work of that young man, who rose from janitor to college en- gineer, and who supervised the building and beautitying of the campus. Through the years since T907 "Cam" dis- played a genius Tor long-range planning and administra- tion, along with a capacity tor hard work, which trans- formed Muskingum from a bare hill-top into the gracious and cared-Tor setting we see now. The stadium which bears his name, the campus lake, the quadrangle, all are lasting evidence ot his work. To the vision and effort which are "Cam's", and which have done so much toward molding the Muskin- gum ot today, we pay tribute. rogrewilfe 6 age McGuire, Charters, Montgomery, looking ahead Muskingum this year inaugurated a study of its curriculum with a view toward revision to more adequately meet the life needs of students. Fol- lowing a proposal by President Montgomery, several faculty committees with student mem bers began work on the study Serving asa consultant for the study was Dr W W Charters Director of the Bureau of Educational Research of Ohio State University Revision of the cur riculum is planned as a long term program with special emphasis to be placed on general edu cation Faculty hears Charters report on I - , . . . . , ' I ' ' ll ' II . progress I' A1 Qgi51f1f0Llfi01fL 1 1 mm rw on Me Q Muskingumites are constantly on the go, arriving cmd leaving by train, bus, auto, and thumb: hurrying from class to class, meeting to meeting, dinner to datep populating Sunday afternoon roads with "stroIIers"p traveling to near-by cities for shopping and amusementg making the cam- pus and its approaches hum with students ever- moving. 12 ,I I ,, x.,., .xxxLL,7 ,. .,.,.. x i i is 3 4 X lil 2 'X "4 ' x. iwyv ity N .5 , -- zsftw ' yt L - ' six, , , ,Hx 'f . iw. 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At left are: first row-Buxton, Bermudez, Mark Roy, Lorimer, Pipes, Burger, Ayres, second row-Isabel Roy, Hackl, Mc- Cleery, Kuszner, Hutchinson, Otterson. The Gold Diggers . . . The Pick-up . . . N Reynolds, Morlier Morlier, Jerry, McMillan, Reynolds 0 Lggem on 1 L! Q5 Z? f 3 I 4 4 1 'Z i All Hail the Queen McCracken Lorimer 14 I The Pay-of? . . . Marlier, Reynolds, McMillan Social headliner for fun and novelty was the trosh-spon- sored Gold-Diggers' B a I I. Girls asked their dates, called for them, presented them with corsages lvegetable and minerall, paid their admis- sion. Freshman beauty queen Dort McCracken reigned over the ball, Joan Gibson and Johnny McCreight co-chair- maned. The Ball . . . Marlier, Jerry, Reynolds, McMillan The Frosh Step-out . . Gibson, McCreight Let's Dance . . . Gold diggers and friends 'WN 15 tim, yi? 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Page 22 Administration .... ,.,. 2 2 Counselling .....,.....,.,,,.,... .... 2 3 Finance and Promotion ,... ...,. 2 4 Health ..,....,....,.,. ...,..,.. ,.,. 2 4 Library Statt .,.....,.. ,.,., 2 5 Secretarial Stalif .,........,.,.......... ..... 2 5 Supervision and Maintenance ..,.., .,... 2 6 Ill. Ancl The Faculty ,.,. .. Page 27 Art ....,.,....,.,............... .... 2 7 Bible and Religion ...,,.,.... .,.., 2 7 Economics and Business .,., .... 2 8 Education .,..............,.,....... ,... 2 8 English .... 29 History ......,....,.. 29 Home Economics 30 Language .....,..,. .... 3 0 Music ..........,......,......, ..,, 3 l Physical Education ...........,.,.,.,., .,., 3 2 Sociology and Political Science ,,,, ,.... 3 3 Science and Mathematics ,.... .... . 34 Speech ....,...,......,.....,.,......, ..... 3 5 IV. Faculty Without Their Books ,. Page 36 20 e driver cmd family Www. The thinker reizdenf agent Wonfgomerg 0 -s A-af' mf v Q-7 v N- my 1,9 A ,,., '. 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Knox Montgomery serves as business manager ofthe college, works with numerous committees and aids students in financial problems, in addition to bill-paying. Miss Carrie E. McKnight devotes her attention and advice as Registrar to academic problems of prospective Muskingumites as well as students now in college. Dean William M. French puts into practice the ideals of Muskingum's curricular setup, finds time to befriend homeless dogs as well as students. 22 Counselling Class-Hill, Orr, Stevens, McCracken, My , 2 oowwef in Orr McCracken Taylor All sizes and varieties of student problems, from finances to date-trouble, come to the ears of Muskingum's counselling department in the course of a day's conference. These great and small questions find sympathetic hearing and helpful answers in the offices of the Dean of Men and Dean of Women. Youngest dean of men in America is the distinction claimed by Mr. C. W. McCracken, whose enthusiasm is as infec- tious as it is youthful, but whose close contact with Muskingum men is sincere and understand- ing. Dean of Women Cora I. Orr and her assist- ant, Miss Elizabeth Taylor, aid in solving the countless worries of Muskingum coeds, help them choose vocations and even roommates, are con- tinually available for conferences. Pet project of this administrative division is the new course in Principles of Counselling. Freshman orienta- tion classes are also under its direction. White. McCleery Thompson Napier Fitzwater Balentine mance an Momofion Since no college can exist for long without money or new students, Muskingum's finance and pro- motion departments are among the most active in the college. Miss Wilda Thompson handles all college funds in her capacity as Auditor, from collection of tuition and N. Y. A. checks to change-making for the candy machine. Mrs. Beula Fritzwater acts as secretary to the Finance committee, also takes care of the collection of Centennial pledges. Alumni Secretary H. Dwight Balentine does promotion work and keeps in touch with Muskingum's army of graduates. Director of Public Relations Paul A. Napier works mostly in the field soliciting finances and new students. Publicity Director Edward C. Keefe keeps Muskingum in the public eye through the medium of the newspapers, radio, and college publications. ALMA Following somewhat the concept of socialized medicine, Muskingum's health set-up affords its students medical care for the payment of a fee included in tuition charges. Dr. John M. McCleery closely approximates the popular idea of the "family doc", is keenly aware of students' physical needs. Miss Lucille Lawrence is his able assistant, dispensing "pink pills" and spreading cheer to rooming centers with sniffling inmates. The doctor's office is daily the mecca of those stu- dents with maior and minor ailments, those needing physical exams in order to participate in athletics, and those merely wondering how many pounds that last chocolate sundae added. Muskingum is distinguished from most colleges of its size by the excellence of its health super- vision program. Lawrence . Q. , . 5 ' , - , me - i Ts. ff. sw gg , 24 ,jf S '..,...r7q,, Aa. -Q' Mr. Keefe grinds out publicity. 'cg-Q, -,,.,-av-" Dr. McCleary, Miss Lawrence turn on the heat. McClanahan McKirahan McConagha Onstott, Slasor do a little research. Wilhelm, Fotheringham, Graham, Boyd 25 on sm Textbooks and Ogden Nash verse, encyclopedias and the latest mystery thriller, pass through the hands of Muskingum's library staff in a day of routine work. Innumerable questions, sensible and otherwise, are addressed to the librarians- and are usually answered. Mrs. Grace McClan- ahan, head librarian, directs student aid work- ers and supervises the maintenance of order both on the shelves and among the students. Mrs. Winifred McKirahan, assistant librarian, shares in this work, and also oversees the collec- tion of library fines. Miss Iva McConagha, cata- loguer, is in charge of preparing and indexing books for the shelves. Student assistants in the library are taught to handle all phases of the work, vocational training being a possible goal, acre lfaria! Gila With the familiar, dreaded order to take a letter just as the 5:00 whistle blows, Muskingum's sec- retarial staff climaxes a typical day. Extra work and extra hours are accepted cheerfully by these faithful souls, who keep things going for the People Who Keep Things Going. Several of the major administrative offices employ full-time sec- retaries, exceptions being Miss Wilhelm and Miss White, who double as English instructors. This efficient group never forgets a name, can always decipher its own pothooks, is forever tactful with absent minded bosses. Administrative fate of the college is often delegated to the secretarial staff, which murmurs in unison, "Yes, of course l'll do it. Ancl don't forget your rubbers." Hoopman White Hamilton 1-n - m ,a Day, Miss Kirkpatrick in lounge. Martin, Hammond in power plant. Mrs. French, Mrs. Moore in dorm. uyoemfijion ana! Wainlfenance Weighty responsibility of coming into the parlor at iust the tactful moment in a good-night scene, unpleasant duty of saying "no" to request for pers, broiling countless hamburgers in the Lounge, maintaining sweetness and light in table talk, all are the duties of Muskingum corps of student supervisors. Dormitory Director Mrs. Florence French heads the ranks of house- mothers, makes the freshman women feel at home and at ease in their new surroundings. Miss Corinne Kirkpatrick directs the student-be- sieged Brown chapel lounge, often is out of breath from rush orders. With the other super- visors of rooming centers, these women keep the college going on the distciff side. Headed by Chief Engineer G. C. McConagha and Custodian Ernest Wylie, a group of hard-work- ing, able men keep things moving behind the scenes on Muskingum's campus. Spending long hours in the power plant or doing the myriad odd iobs which keep Muskingum's building and grounds looking spruce and running smoothly are several assistants in the maintenance divis- ion: Harold Hammond, Maurice Crumbaker, R. E. Baker, Guy Slater, William J. Garner, James Hurley, S. T. Rutherford, John Smith, E. L. Stockum, and Alva Martin. Supervision of stu- dent aid workers detailed to general campus work is no small part of the duties of these men. French KlrkPClfrfck Wylie Mcconvgho -3-.1,A'1:+ wiv.- . Q.-2. -.. 'FIA-. f-T., -1.1.1, Q-V -f','.i':55:2g'?iT515'i-'fi L4'Ms,:155-Y-925' f fgimfs: .J . . . .4-fav?-4 . df f,ff.s-359311 4:33, -1-f gg. . J: ,s- -- - -,-- - .. - --V' .1 ' - ' . ' ..f--1'. buff.-1-a1"zg"fXi.,igf2'w,!.'f,?w S . 5 4:4 - ,Q-Q-JEQJQIQQZ ...g . -.nw-25 fy. '--312 . A- , - -, t -1... f ..f.'., --4:j?f?Q'2QfFk QV .Es - -1. Jgfqgfgg, 4 .v-,f .z 3352- .. ..-Lauri:-,Jj.5 . -Q ,, rx, 1' a. f .u-- 1"t " '15 .L z an ,QLA ,', fb-'-5 zgfwrfi ' '. - -:U - , -1-,595-...A ..:,3j-q2e,!.,1g?,. , pkg .bf Crisson McCreight Rife .fgrf L an Qggion "Art for art's sake" is not the theory of Miss Helen Crisson, nor of Muskingum's art depart- ment of which she is the head. Offering courses in both the mechanical and appreciative fields of art this department attempts to give the stu- dent an adequate background for the under- standing and enjoyment of the cultural arts of our civilization. Favored project of the depart- ment this year is the course, "The Arts", which combines art, music, and English departments in the study of fundamentals of expression. Basic difference between Muskingum and many other colleges is the emphasis placed upon relig- ion and spiritual life here. Muskingum's Bible department is organized to give the student full understanding, historically, philosophically, psy- chologically, of the meaning of Christianity and its worth to the individual, as well as a sympa- thetic survey of other religions existent in the world today. Drs. McCreight and Rife handle what is too often an argumentative subject in an erudite, logical manner which enhances, rather than detracts from, its true worth. This is art , , , Bible class, Pierson dozes. 27 ,q, Rt Xfsffzi V -t ., pf., if Y X nip' QS? .Q XW N f E SN wlif 1 fu X ff , X QQ7, W .gpg Q t swf- ,ww sr, Amerson McGuire Heckman Money-how to get it in sufficient quantities-is an ever present question in the minds of Mus- kingumites as well as most people everywhere. Muskingum's department of economics and busi- ness administration explains the theories and in- tricacies of our economic life, trains students for the business world in any position from stenog- rapher to tycoon. Drs. McGuire and Heckman handle the theory, while Miss Amerson instructs in the mechanical phases. iyucafion Lowery Bixler Sole vocational department at Muskingum is the department of education which has supplied hundreds of elementary and high school teach- ers to the schools of Ohio and Pennsylvania in past years. Organized to keep up with the latest valid trends in the educational field, Mus- kingum can today claim many of the most suc- cessful and respected teachers in these states. Under the direction of Dr. J. G. Lowery, one of Ohio's noted and successful educational crusad- ers, this department is one of the most valuable in the school, can hold its own with any college or university in Ohio. 28 f? colfwmicd unc! guainedd No hunt and peck . . . Browning, James Dr. Tiecleman with children's books. wwf. ,. ' Barn hart Brown H955 Dr. Dale with South America class. History students listen to Dr. Work. McGuire Wilhelm The world of writing and literature, from ancient Chaucer to the newest ink-damp work, running the gamut from the deepest intellectual tomes to the most fantastic wanderings of human imag- ination, is encompassed in the work of Muskin- gum's English department. The English faculty attempts to instill a love for the various types of literature and provides the foundation for an in- telligent appreciation of this type of expression. Practical everyday English is stressed as the de- partment strives to acquaint the student with the correct method of expressing himself in every- thing from business letters to research papers. .!Q45lf0r7 Y 5 Work Democracy is dependent upon intelligent citizen- ship, and intelligent citizenship is, in part, de- pendent upon a knowledge and understanding of the forces and deeds of the past, believes Muskingum's history department. Acting on this belief, the department provides complete cover- age of the world's recorded history, from a gen- eral survey of the most ancient civilization to a detailed study of contemporary trends. Headed by Professor DeJong, the department includes Drs. Work and Dale, both well acquainted by actual personal experience with the philosophy and personnel of European and African govern- ments. 29 Mrs. Hazzard demonstrates the stitch in time to Rolls, Bennett, Schumacher. Merrilees ome conomiw M- All washed up are Duncan, Onstott, Porterfield, Weldon The arts and intricacies of home-making, still vitally essential in our modern civilization, are taught with their numerous and varied ramifica- tions in the department of home economics. In- struction in cooking, sewing, designing, decorat- ing, and buying forms the basis of the depart- ment's curriculum. Attention is given to the pre- paration of high school teachers and the training of professional dieticians. Courses are highly scientific, keeping up with the latest results of organized research. Miss Anna J. Closser heads the department. Ctlflfglftdge It might be "all Greek to you", but to Muskin- gum's department of foreign languages it's French, German, Spanish, Latin, a touch of an- cient enigma, and Greek. Feeling that knowl- edge of foreign languages is essential to inter- national understanding and to the cultural life of the individual, Muskingum places emphasis on these studies. Instruction includes coverage of grammatical fundamentals and surveys of the important literature of the nation in the original language. Miss Mary E. Sharp heads the mod- ern language division, Dr. J. Merle Rife the clas- sical. Fields Neuenschwander Morehead Molden Sharp Clark Fair Trace Maupin Collins 14,550 The spirit and blare of the band, the magnifi- cient and inspiring "Messiah", the stimulating and satisfying Violin Festival-these are the out- standing performances by Muskingum's conser- vatory of music. Music "by, for and of" Mus- kingum and Muskingumites is the goal of the the conservatory as it prepares music students for teaching, professional work, and personal satisfaction. In addition to participating in group activities, music majors present recitals in classes and individually. Talented musicians themselves, Muskingum's conservatory faculty, headed by Prof. Milton F. Rehg, is a group of in- terested instructors. Gr0Y RehQ Mr. Wells, with cello Heard here in recital-Miss Collins WAgZ5iC6L! glclzfacafiolfz, Kissell Mariner, Larkins, Moore talk it over. Horner Although the four-hour physical education re- quirement represents drudgery to some students, to most it means a chance to engage in vigorous athletic competition, to be active in the open air beyond classroom environs, and to take bruised shins and scraped noses as a matter of course. Muskingum's physical education departments offer an extensive program for those planning to enter the teaching field of health or physical training, teaches wholesome principles of per- sonal hygiene and sportsmanship in games, attempts to equip each student with adequate skills in some form of athletic activity. 32 las. Q, Family class discusses long engagements. pogficaf Science an 52650 ogy 'f-'fy l 3 A. ' 415 my f-13, ' Q' ff f of gw-ii wig, . af., " til? 1 ite? ' - Ludlow Aimed at building sincere and informed citizens through a knowledge of government and society, courses in this area discuss current issues in the light of history and science. The department prepares students for graduate work, for the teaching of social studies in the public schools, and for social service work and law. Prof. W. L. Ludlow's classes are a storm center of discussion, often the scene of heated arguments over poli- tics, marriage problems, and the war. Most popular course offering is The Family, always crowded and controversial. !QgcA0Agg ana! !9AiA50yo y Troubled with a complex? Psychology has an answer to your problem. Frustration, compen- sation, substitution, psychosis, march through the pages of texts and the words of class lectures on this always-vital subject. Courses in philosophy help the student to form judgments on the basis of teachings of the masters, aid in setting up a philosophy of life for the individual. Dr. J. J. Smith and Dr. Helen M. Clarke cooperate in mak- ing this department one of practical interest and of present-day significance. 33 Smith Clarke Martin Moses Clark Mitchell dence ana! maIf!LemaLLic5 Increased emphasis on values of scientific train- ing in national defense was answered by Mus- kingum's science department this year in an ex- tension of its offerings in several fields. Many courses stressing practical significance of science today, are coming out of a forest of test tubes and botanical specimens into a world of men and armies. In addition to majors offered in the fields of biology, chemistry, geology, mathe- matics, and physics, the Scientific Heritage course offers a general background in all the sciences, teaches use of scientific method in study and research. Spurgeon, Dr. Bryant get down to bare bones. Gregory testing lden Stockdale Mr Ralston Morris Downing WllS0I1 34 ,' 9 -,six Morris Firestone, enunciate for Mr Fotheringham Ewing McKirahan I 5308866 Dealing with content as well as manner of pre- sentation, Muskingum's speech department offers practical training for amateur "after- dinner" speakers, for teaching and speech pro- fessions. Emphasizing individual weaknesses and strong points, the speech instructors work on freshmen and advanced students to iron out difficulties in approach and attack. Featured offerings this year were a class in Radio Speech, taught by Prof. W. H. Ewing, acting head of the department, and a Speech Re-education labora- tory course, providing actual clinical experience in dealing with speech difficulties. 35 l1XlALLA0lfLf sifieir M0 5 Bill Moore-behind the whiskers Doc Bob-belly bumper Dr. McGuire-checkmate The Fotheringhams-in the mood Dr. Wilson-pleased Dr. and Mrs. Work-the glad hand Dr. Martin-pondering Faculty Christmas party-two generations Mr. and Mrs. Barney-together The McGuires, the DeJongs, Dr. Heckman-smiles for open house College president and wife-at home 36 r ,.-mga .. -,J ' HY!-.' , -.9-Vqax -- -. ,--.4 J i -vl,p!:'Q5sa.,L2i..t:34:. .L 3, 1.. -41-f 1.-- .Y .' .,'N'?' , -, "' " "-1' l' - ' '-H-xt-'2 -'A ,'11'J'r'!-gin ne I A ..,i5,.L , -. , , , X - .- -Y ' -1 "g,Lsj,5-5373 'f -'H -' , .f- .gr-4, 'ffl 'H' -fig. ,Q . .vw - fy 1. 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Pres.-Kay Pierson Sec.-Irma Downing Trecus.-Wink Evans f'fC'3l'l"5 ffl-f' ' Q . ,,C.gzQ'ff?gfQii'-Q.,-9 . -..1.,71,y-. ,scifi VF fit? 1-755513-feigifigig Ti' ,'i"Pg-iL2?1s- '.1?.Ei!7. ai? K- ' -1 g :Tw , Wt we ff-. 't'1.+ fEn6,2'cif4:ff.-,y,a52'?-:11ff'ff'.9f.fL:f?'djg-Madre 'iz-'Q I sfgv- Q ty, F 4 QL? I "'f?i 1122 L' " 335 lf' F '. .-39 if . lit-" 4 .4 .fat ff' -,,,' 1- .4221 -ii' 1.3, .W ,-1:25 Dr. Bob greets students at the -"-,'- , ,LY , . . f 153 6, f annual S. A. I. Dormitory recital. ANDERSON, EUGENE E. Cambridge, Ohio BEST, FRANCES Cambridge, Ohio Biology Education Daylon Univ. 'l, Camera Club 2, 3, Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Football 2. AZALLION, DONALD M. Dillonvale, Ohio Biology, Chemistry Mace, Academy of Science 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Pre-Medical Club 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Junior Play. BARR, MARTHA JANE New Concord, Ohio Home Economics Muskingum Players 3, 4, Choral 1, 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, Junior Play, Big Sister Council 4. Delta, Cwens, Counsellor 3, 4, Who's Who 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Women's Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3, 4, Pres. 4, So. Ohio Area Chr. 4, W.A.L. Cabinet 'l, 2, 4, A.C.E. 4. BOAK, GORDON McDonald, Pa. Speech Alban, Treas. 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players 4, Nat'l. Col. Players 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Ministrel l, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 1, Freshman Class Pres., Football 'l, Senior Play, Inter-Club Council 4. BOWERS, ELIZABETH Speech Delta, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. Millersport, Ohio BECHDEL, JACK McDonald, Pa. BOWMAN, CAROI-YN New Cgncordl OI-.ig Economics Business Administration Stag, Basketball l, 2, 3, Track l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 4. Deha, Womenfs Glee Club 3. Anderson Azallion Barr Bechdel Best Book Bowers Bowman ,f 235' Q2 I n Brugger Ck Burton C b II Cannon amp e BROWN, ROBERT Drraoir, Pu. Economics Stag. BRUGGER, VIRGINIA Canonsburg, Pa. Biology Kianu, Treas. 3, Academy ot Science 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Choral 2, Sophomore Class Sec., French Play 3, Seiuna Com. 2, 3, Student Honesty Com. aucx, THOMAS M. JR. Library, ru. Chemistry Mace, Pres. 4, Academy of Science 2, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4 Vice-Pres. 4, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Soph. Class Vice-Pres., Track 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 2, "M" Club, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Seiuna Com., Student Honesty Com. I, 2, 4, Pres. 4, Student Board of Counsellors 3, 4, Sen. Escort, Who's Who 4, O. O. O. O. 4. BURTON, FRED J. Rocky River, Ohio Chemistry Stoic, Academy of Science I, 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Internat. Rel. Club I, 2, 3, Intramural Man. 2, 3, 4, Seiuna Com. CAMPBELL, JOHN Q. Beaver, Pg, Chemistry Sphinx, Academy of Science T, 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players 4, Band I, 2, 3, Baseball Man. 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 4, Junior Play. CANNON, CATESBY Youngstown, Ohio History Stoic, Pres. 4, Alpha Phi Gamma Pres. 3, 4, B. Br M. Staff I, 2, 3, 4, B. 8r M. Board of Control Chr. 4, Handbook 4, Muscoliuan Editor 3, Muscoliuan Board, Cross-Country I, Inter-Club Council 4, WhoA's Who 4. CARRELL, JOSEPHINE New Concord, Ohio - Home Economics Art Club 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4: Cl10fCll lr 2, 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2, 3, Gospel Team 4, Junior Play, Big Sister C "I 4. cum' Carrell Caster n Cather Copeland CASTOR, ANNA MARGARET New Concord, Ohio Music Delta, Vice-Pres., Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4: Band 'I, 2, 3, Orchestra 3, Women's Glee Club I, Y. W. C. A. Cabi- net I, 3, 4, W. A. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, May Queen Attendant 4. qu CATHER, MARY EVELYN Duncan Fc-IIS, Ohio Speech-English Wawyin, Spanish Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 'l, Y.W.C.A. Treas 3, W.A.A. Cabinet 4, Junior Play, Inter-Club Council 2, Seiuna Com., Big Sister Council 4, Muskingum Players 3. COPELAND, MARY RUTH New Concord, Ohio 9 Foods, Biology Maryville College 'l, 2, Academy of Science 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Gospel Team 4, Life Service Group 4, Gospel Team Chr. 4, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. COPELAND, RUTH Pittsburgh, Pa. Home Economics F. A. D., Muskingum Players 3, 4, Minstrel 3, Life Service Group 3, 4, The Co-Editor 3, Handbook 3, Pine Needles Staff 3, W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Big Sister Council 4, Judiciary Board 3, 4, Cheer Leader 2, House Gov't. Com. DANDER, ALEX Universal, Pa. Speech Stag, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Gospel Team 3, Y. M. C. A. Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Alpha Sigma Mu, Pres. 4, Handbook 2, Muscoliuan Bus. Man., Muscol- juan Board, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 4, Swim- ming 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Debate Team 4, Student Council 3, Student Honesty Com. 3, 4, Sen. Escort, High School Guest Day Chr. 3, Who's Who 4, O. O. O. O. 4, Counsellor 2, 3. DAVIS, BEATRICE Canonsburg, Pa. Education Delta, Art Club, Muskingum Players 4, Women's Glee Club I, Senior Play, Seiuna Com., Homecoming Queen Attend- ant 3, A. C. E. 4. DENNISON, DAVID New Concord, Ohio Geology Mace, Academy of Science 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4. Dl SANTIS, WARREN V. Erie, Pa. Education Mace, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Intramural Board 4, Junior Play. DOWNING, IRMA St. Clairsville, Ohio English F. A. D., A Cappella 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, Women's Glee Club 4, Sen. Class Sec., Inter-Club Council 3, Beauty Queen 3, Cheer Leader I, Sen. Chaperon, May Queen 4. Copeland Dander Davis Dennison DiSantis Downing 44 3522, DUBINSKY, JOSEPH Washington, Pa. History Mace, Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, Track I, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4. Dubmsky Duffy Eaton Ebert 44h DUFFY, JEAN Bellaire, Ohio Biology Q Wawyin, Sec. 2, Treas. 4, Academy of Science I, 2, 3, 4, Pre-Medical Club 3, 4, Cwens. EATON, JEAN MOOREHEAD Smethport, Pa. Voice F.A. D., Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, A Cappella I, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club I, 2, Dormite Staff 2, Senior Play, College Social Com. I, 2, 3, Choral I, 2, 3, 4. EBERT, PAU W. Dover, Ohio Chemistry, Biology Mace, Academy of Science 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4 Pres. 3, 4, Pre-Medical Club I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Y. M. C. A. Capt. P Cabinet 2, Football 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Co- 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Student Council 4, Who's Who 4. EDWARDS, BETTY Youngstown, Ohio English Kianu, Muskingum Players 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Choral 2, Women's Glee Club l, M'nstrel l, Bubble Work Stal? 4, Muscoliuan Staff, Junior Class Vice-Pres., Senior Play, Dorm Council 'I, Co-Chr. Dad's Day 4. ESHEMAN, EDWIN Akron, Ohio Speech, Philosophy Univ. of Akron 'I, Collegium 3, 4, Muskingum Players 4, Alpha Sigma Mu 3, 4, Senior Play, College Orator. EVANS, WINSLOW Hudson, Ohio Geology Stag, Soph., Junior and Senior Class Treas., Football l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 3, 4, Basketball 'l, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. FAIR, MARTIN Cambridge, Ohio Geology Theta Gamma Epsilon 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Sigma Kappa Ch' f.f."1s'S-'-'i5,'ff'Y3-r.' .- r .silk -2.- ' -"' x.'1'Q5. -.-35"'i:vf--lf-1: 51251.53 'V-"', 2Q?ggf"'n1 ' ' ':,-gj.7'- , an 1 -.1-f . xg ,gy - tic? 5 f ' aes 4' 55 3, I? V fr :ST ig? V 7' i 933- il- ' Li' 6, ig - A' ' Locker room . . . bull session FLAHAUS, LESTER E. Mineral City, Ohio Bible Collegium 2, 3, Gospel Team l, 2, 3, Life Service Group 'I, 2, Alpha Sigma Mu T, 2, 3, 4. FEMING, MARY JANE Shadyside, Ohio Home Economics Ohio State Univ. 3, Women's Glee Club 'l, 2, House Gov't Com. 4. FOSTER, WINOGENE Pleasantville, Ohio Biology Wawyin, Pres. 4, Academy of Science 3, 4, Sec. 4, Collegium 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Pre-Medical Club 2, 3, 4, Cwens, Vice-Pres., Pi Gamma Mu 4, Sen. Women's Honorary, Y.W. C. A. Cabinet 3, Inter-Club Council 4, Student Council Sec. 4, Who's Who 4. FRENCH, ALEXANDER M. New Concord, Ohio Biology, Chemistry Stoic, Academy of Science 'l, 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral 'I, 3, Band 2, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, Minstrel 'l, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, B. 8- M. Staff T, 2, 3, 4, News Ed. 2, Managing Ed. 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Muscoliuan Staff, Junior Play, French Play 2, Who's Who 4, O. O. O. O. 4. Edwards Eshelman Evans Fair va! 45 Flahaus Fleming Foster French Gray Handschy Hood Houk GRAY, MARY LOUISE New Concord, Ohio Music Delta, Cwens, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel I, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet I, 2, B. 81 M. Staff I, Homecoming Queen Attendant 3, May Queen Attendant 4. HANDSCHY, NELLE New Concord, Ohio Economics, Business Administration F.A.D., Senior Women's Honorary, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, Minstrel I, Women's Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet I, 4, The Co-Editor 3, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. HARRIS, JEAN Rochester, Pa. English French Club 4, German Club 3, 4, lnternat'I. Rel. Club 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta, Sec. 4, Gospel Team 3, 4, Life Service Group 4, B. 81 M. Staff 3, 4, Junior Play. HARRISON, STAUNTON Conesville, Ohio Chemistry Mace, Ohio State Univ. I, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4. HOLTSCLAW, ROBERT Woodsfield, Ohio History V Mace, Band I, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball .I-, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Cross-Country I, 2, "M" Club 2, 3, 4.' HOOD, RACHEL Beaver Falls, Pa. F.A.D., Vice-Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Cwens, Treas., Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, A Cappella I, 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, Ministrel I, 2,3, 4, Quartette 3, 4, Women's Glee Club I, 2,3, 4, Y.W.C.A. Fresh. Cabinet Pres., Junior Class Sec., Junior Play, Seiuna Com., Home- coming Com. 3, 4. Handy-men Boak, Wylie MMQWWKW Harris Harrison Holtsclaw Huber Jenkins Johnson HUBER, PAUL Barberton, Ohio Speech Mace, French Club I, 2, 3, Forensic Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, O. O. O. O. 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Sigma Kappa Chi 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Football I, Senior Play, Junior Play, French Play I, 2, Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Who's Who 4, Senior Escort, Memorial Scholarship Winner 4, Student Board of Counsellors 4. HOUK, EDWIN New Concord, Ohio Speech, English Alban, Collegium 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Band I, 2, Gospel Team I, 2, Alpha Sigma Mu 2, 3, 4, B.8-M. Stott I, Junior Play. JENKINS, EDMUND Latrobe, Pa. Speech, English Alban, Forensic Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Internat'l Rel. Club 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, 0.0.0.0, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Choral I, 2, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Ministrel I, 2, Men's GIeeClub I, 2, 3, Gospel Team 2, 3 ,4, Alpha Sigma Mu I, 2, 3, 4, B. 81 M. Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Muscoliuan Staff 3, Senior Play, Junior Play, Debate Team 2, 3, 4, Student Council Vice-Pres.. 4, Student Board of Counsellors 3, 4, Chr. 4, -Who's Who 4, JOHNSON, HERBERT Youngstown, Ohio Biology Sphinx, B. 8- M. Staff 3, 4, College Social Com. 3, 4, Academy of Science 4. Keck Keebler Kelly Kirk Kohler Kribbs Kuszner Lewis -41.11.-.-.-,, I . 'F M315 ffngsgvswfq: 'ffqfqsff . as sui"s.fGsrQ1svffh4f G'ft5'q3w.- 1.3 T' .L:A-. S -Jw , ,411 --5,-72411, fxgsgx., .i 3 I--, fr g +93 7io.1.YgfIw My Q,2.2:"k:3p!--431. 1.3.5 - 1 3, S xiq41ts,g:e55,f2.'f-.5ir" 'Q- .,. 42 .5 if '-.-'- , :nn f. -z --r . nf 1 Dk' --.fr 4, . ,N 1' Q .5 7, 5' ii- A Sf: fl-iii f ss KECK, LOUISE Kecksburg, Pa. Home Economics, Foods Kianu, Sec. 35 Academy of Science I5 Handbook 35 W.A.A. I, 25 Big Sister Council 45 Senior Chaperon. KEEBLER, HERBERT Pittsburgh, Pa. English Alban, Corres. Sec. 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Collegium 45 Choral I5 Men's Glee Club I5 Gospel Team I, 2, 3, 45 Chr. 45 Life Service Group l, 2, 3, 45 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, 45 Alpha Sigma Mu 'I, 2, 3, 45 Handbook 45 Student Board of Counsellors Sec. 45 Homecoming Com. 4. KELLY, NORA Columbus, Ohio Psychology, Sociology Kiz1nu5 Muskingum Players 3, 45 A Cappella 2, 35 Choral I, 2, 3, 45 Women's Glee Club I, 2, Sec. 25 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 35The Co-Editor, Editor 35 Handbook Editor 35 Dormite StafT5 W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 45 House Gov't. Com. I, 45Junior Play5 French Play 25 Dorm Council 2. KIRK, ARTHUR Saegerstown, Pa. History Allegheny College I, 2. KOHLER, LOIS Pittsburgh, Pa. History Art Club 45 Muskingum Players 3, 45 Women's Glee Club I5 Muscoliuan Staff5 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Seiuna Com.5 Homecoming Com. 3. KRIBBS, BETTY Knox, Pa. Dietetics Kinau5 Art Club 25 Pi Sigma Mu 3, 45 Sigma Kappa Chi 3, 45 Senior Women's Honorary Pres.5 Junior MarshaII5 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 3, 45 The Co-Editor 35 Handbook 45 W. A. L. Cabinet 45 Drum Maiorette 2, 3, 45 Who's Who 4. KUSNER, MADZIEJA .IADWIGA Nampa, Idaho English Kianu5 A Cappella 3, 45 Choral 2, 3, 45 Women's Glee Club 'I, 25 Life Service Group 'I, 2, 3, 45 Dorm Council 35 Senior Chaperon. LEWIS, MARY LOUISE St. Clairsville, Ohio , Sociology Ohio Wesleyan Univ. I, 2, 35 Art Club 45 lnternat'I Rel. Club 45 Choral 4. 47 LYDIC, KENNETH w, Newark, Ohio Chemistry, Geology Stag, Pres. 4, Academy of Science 3, 4, German Club 4, Football l, 2, Baseball l, 2, Intramural Board 4, Inter- Club Council 3, 4, College Socfal Com. 3, Seiuna Com. 2, 3. MCCLARREN, ROBERT R. Westerville, Ohl'-9 Economics, Biology Sphinx, Antioch College l, 2, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Treas. 4, B.8rM. Staff 3, Pine Needles Asst. Ed. 3, Editor 4, College Social Com. 3, 4. McCLELLAN, ANN Xeniv, Ohio Business Education Delta, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Choral l, Women's Glee Club l, W. A. L. 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4. MCCULLOCH, LOIS Apollo, Pa. English Kianu, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Choral 'l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club, Pres. 2, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4, W. A. L. Cabinet 3, 4, Pres. 4, House Gov't Com. Chr. 3, Junior Play, May Queen Attendant 4, Senior Chaperon. MCCULLOUGH, CHARLES New Galilee, Pa. Biology Mace, Academy of Science 4, Pre-Medical Club 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral 'l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 'l, 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Y.M. C. A. Cabinet l, Track l, 2, 4, Intramural Board 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, Treas. 3. McKEE, HERBERT C. Freeport, ohie Chemistry, Mathematics Stoic, Academy of Science 'l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Camera Club l, 2, 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, French Play 2, 3, Seiuna Com. McMillan J. McMillan McNeill Meanor 48 M. : Lydic McClarren McClellan McCulloch McCullough McKee MCMILLAN, DOROTHY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Home Economics Kianu, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, House Gov't Com. 3, Junior Play. McMlLLAN, JANE Mt. Gilead, Ohio Elementary Education Wawyin, Muskingum Players 4, Cwens, Sigma Kappa Chi 3, 4, Senior Women's Honorary, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 2, 3, 4, Life Service Group l, 2, Y.W. C. A. Cab- inet 3, Dormite Stott, W. A. L. l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Senior Play, Big Sister Council 4, Judiciary Board 2, Dorm Council 2, Minstrel 4, Senior Chaperon, A. C. E. 4. McNElLL, ROBERT New Castle, Pa. History Stag, Spanish Club 2, 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Junior Class Pres., Senior Class Pres., Football 'l, 2, 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Intramural Board 4, Senior Play, Junior Play, Seiuna Com., Cue 4. MEANOR, HOWARD Cheswick, Pa. History Stag, Carnegie Tech. 'I, Collegium 3, 4, lnternat'l Rel. Club 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral 2, 3, Men's Glee Club 2, 3, Gospel Team 2, 3, 4, Alpha Sigma Mu 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Co-Chr. 4. ' MERKEL, WELDON Rayland, Ohio Business Administration Mace, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 4. MONTGOMERY, HAROLD New Concord, Ohio History Stag, Treas, 4, Student Council 4. MUHLEMAN, JULIA Bridgeport, Ohio Elementary Education F. A. D., Art Club 2, Muskingum Players 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club l, Freshman Class Sec., Junior Play, Senior Play, Inter-Club Council 2, Big Sister Council 2, 3, 4, May Queen Attendant 4, A. C. E. 4. MULL, ANNA JANE Ligonier, Pa. Speech F. A. D., Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral 'I, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Inter-Club Council 4. MYERS, MARIE Cambridge, Ohio Home Economics Delta, Art Club 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Junior Play, College Social Com. 3, 4. NELSON, LEROY R. Aliquippa, Pa. Economics Stag, Corres. Sec. 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 3, Tennis l, Sejuna Com. Chr., Soph. Hop Chr. NEPTUNE, JOHN A. Barnesville, Ohio Chemistry Sphinx, Vice-Pres. 4, Academy of Science 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu, Vice-Pres. 4, Sigma Kappa Chi 3, 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Sec. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Choral 2, 3, Minstrel 'I, Men's Clee Club l, B. 8- M. Board of Control 4, Inter-Club Council 3, Who's Who 4, O. O. O. O. 4. NORMAN, BERNICE Blaine, Ohio Elementary Education A Cappella 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 2, 3, W. A. L. Senate 2, A. C. E. 4. ONSTOTT, DOROTHY Zanesville, Ohio Foods Wawyin, Academy of Science 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, Life Service Group 2, W.A.A. 4. OTTERSON, RUTH ENGERTHA Butler, Pa. Speech, English, Social Studies Wawyin, French Club 2, 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, A Cappella 2, Choral I, Women's Glee Club I, Pine Needles Stal'T 4, W. A. L. Cabinet 3, W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, House Gov't. Com. 2, Junior Play, Senior Play, French Play 'I, 2, 3, Inter-Club Council 3, May Queen Attendant 4. PADGITT, WILLIAM Cambridge, Ohio Music Stoic, Phi Mu Alpha I, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 'l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Men's Glee Club 3, 4. PATTON, LAURA JOYCE Portland, Oregon English Kinau, Oregon State Univ. 2, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Minstrel I, B. 8- M. Staff 3, 4, Muscoliuan Staff, Pine Needles Stat? 3, 4, Dormite Staff, W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4, Junior Play, Homecoming Com. 4. PIERCE, MARY ANNETTE Fair Oaks, Pa. Home Economics Kianu, Art Club 'I, 2, W.A.L. Cabinet 3, 4, House Gov't Com. 3, Judiciary Board 2, Senior Chaperon. PIERSON, ARTHUR E. Toledo, Ohio Speceh Alban, Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 4, Pre-Medical Club 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, A Cappella 2, Choral I, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4, Minstrel 2, Men's Glee Club I, Alpha Sigma Mu I, Football I, Senior Play, Inter-Club Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Who's Who 4, Student Board of Counsellors 4. On stott Otterson Padgitt Patton Pierce Pierson Pierson Porter Porterfield Ramsey msd -mnmnnm l mm PIERSON KATHLEEN Toledo Ohio Music Klanu Capital Univ 'I 2 Muskingum Players 3 4 Sigma Alpha Iota 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 Choral 3 4 Womens Glee Club 3 4 Senior Class Vice Pres Junior Play Senior Pay PORTER ELSIE Bridgeport Ohio Home Economics orres ec u usklngum Players 3 4 Choral I 2 4 81 Staff 3 4 Handbook 2 Dormite Stat? W A A I 2 3 4 Junior Play Senior Play Big Sister Council 2 3 Seluna Com PORTERFIELD MARYBELLE St Clalrsvllle Ohio Home Economics FAD Art Club 2 3 French Club 'I 2 Muskingum Players 3 4 Chorall WAA I 2 3 4 Junior Play Senior Play French Play 2 RAMSEY ROBERT Cadiz Ohio Economics Psychology Sphinx Muskingum Players 3 4 Pine Needles Staff 3 4 Junior Play . I I 'z ' '-,f ' ,:' Q n 1 I ll ll IV ,: - -: : I. 1 'V r ' F. A. D., C . S . 3, Art Cl b I, 2, 3, 4, M ' ,z , , 15- M- ,: : : : z .1 - I ' I -.-: .1 ,: ' ,z :---,,,: 2 : I .I I I : ,: ,z - 755' RAMSEY, WAYNE New Concord, Ohio Music Sphinx, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Band 4, Orches- tra 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 4. RANKIN, HARRY W. Wellsville, Ohio Geology Alban, Academy of Science 1, Collegium l, 2, Camera Club l, Theta Gamma Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sigma Kappa Chi 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 4, Men's Glee Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team 'l, 2, 3, 4, Life Service Group l, 2, Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 4, Alpha Sigma Mu l, 2, Bubble Work Staff 2, Student Board of Counsellors 4, ROBERTS, PAUL Blue Rock, Ohio Economics Mace, Vice-Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Football Man- ager 'l, 2, 3, 4, "M" Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play. ROBERTSON, DOROTHY Steubenville, Ohio History Kianu, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sec. 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, B. 81 M. Staff 2, 3, 4, W.A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, Cheer Leader l, 2. Ramsey Rankin Roberts Rose Serdula Shoup f :ifl1:W:!-'B ' ,,.- "Fr-lziilik-:'. Q., IM- 5.3 ...J Q., .s. ,,.,,,,t,f -.,f,.-',f-skill! 11.7, .,r,,.f,fs4ggy.--:,,t's: Hifi 163, -53, . 4-.1-.ggi-, kg -1 . ,-4,232-tecw-Yr.--m',.-, pa...-ff:a3tsz.., ..- --:Mft Ljxf '---1114's ir' ' .-fr-. :ff-' ---IX if-gs.-far:tggafp--.Q--ff2.Q1-:gr'EQ.5w.cv:. ,gs fr? , A -:.g'x1.2"-gre 5- E - .em 5- 'wif ' ' .uf ' f ap . ,' . .C f-- .F Q 'Q' f - fp gk' I L- Q :gf 159+ 5' 925. 45' tg " sn 14-'5 :raft 5' L" .LY f fl - E9 ' Senior Elizabeth Clark is caught by the camera, in the W. A. L. room, "cram- ming" for that final exam. ROSE, GEORGE Speech, English Mt. Pleasant, Pa. Stoic, Collegium 3, 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Choral 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 4, Men's Glee Club 4, Gospel Team l, 2, 3, 4,Life Service Group 'l, 2, 3, 4, Y.M.C.A. :Cabinet 4, Alpha Sigma Mu l, 2, 3, 4, B. 8- M. Staff 'I, 2 Freshman Editor, Muscoliuan Staff, Junior Play, Seiuna Com. Homecoming Com. 3. SERDULA, GEORGE St. Clairsville, Ohio Biology Stag, Spanish Club 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Track i, 2, "M" Club 2, 3, 4. SHOUP, MARY GLENNA Fresno, Ohio Music Collegium 2, 3, 4, Cwens, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 'l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 3, 4, W.A.L. Senate 4, Senior Chaperon. SMITH, ELEANOR Cadiz, Ohio Dietetics Kianu, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Gospel Team l, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, Handbook Editor 2, W.A.L. Cabinet 2, Dorm Council 2, Dorm Pres. 2. Robertson Smith . f wi'1fw:l's4cf'.ff11" , , . A l1'f',iZi55'f4"'ff4if Lfxi-A-3113 . Y 4r.'.tf.4-:H -.dvi-vv15'ALw,i:' .l-:"::k7fN5k,N . ' 1.53:anifi+Q"ifgt'J,-A291214:Y-121331554g'-mi-V-T. f'3??YfF153'?5?'i iQi'iP9Jr?E'iiLf 03-F-i'iyir-?-:.'PJ'5 5532 ' '-,:""'t:.1-": E:-' ,PG5il"'5" Sf':iD'.'ii.,y ,,?- ' i ijt-' "Tir T' . lliis-iltfvrftifiv'-l.ff ff, -. ' 'l 5.3: '- gg 35 jg 11? ii lib -955 .9 es' , fr! .'i7fi" 7' l 1 .413 -4 Ly- .rfb ,:-.- 11' :Li ' ri 5' sf? -5 3 it SMlTH, ROBERT Xenia, Ohio Smith Smithner Political Science SPfC'9Ue Siockum Sweitzer Taber H Stoic, Sec. 3, 4, lnternat'l Rel. Club 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, B. 81 M. Staff 2, 3, 4, Pine Needles Staff 3, 4. SMITHNER, ERIC WARD Cincinnati, Ohio Classics, French Mace, Collegium 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 4, Band l, 2, Minstrel l, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, lnter-Club Council 2, 3. SPRAGUE, BEATRICE Newarlc, Ohio Music A Cappella 3, 4, Choral l, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A. 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Big Sister Council 4, Senior Chcuperon. STOCKUM, GEORGE New Concord, Ohio Mathematics Alban, Rec. Sec. 4, Academy of Science 4, Sigma Pi Sigma 3, 4, Pres. 4, Band T, 2, 3, Seiuna Com. SWEITZER, ROBERT Youngstown, Ohio Speech Stoic, Art Club 3, German Club l, 2, Forensic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, O. O. O. O. 3, 4, Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Tau Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Choral l, 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Men's Glee Club T, B. 8- M. Board of Control 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, lnter-Club Council 2, 3, Debate Team 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, College Social Com. 2, Student Honesty Com. Vice-Pres. 3, Who's Who 3, 4, Senior Escort. TABER, JOSEPH J. Pittsburgh, Pa Chemistry Stoic, Academy of Science 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 3 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Forensic Club 2, 3, 4, Internat'l Rel Club 2, 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, Band 3, 4, B.8- M. Staff 2 3, 4, Circulation Manager 3, 4, Track 2, Cross-Country 2, Debate Team 2, Seiuna Com., Intramural Manager 2, 3. a I I Christmas formalities l ,i l Ki il it . i li l 4 4 . l 1 52 W., wt. X . M ?'f . ,Q Aff. ', I ' Em , as .unix he i, v TRITHART, ALBERT Big Run, Pa. Chemistry Alban, Vice-Pres. 3, Academy of Science 2, 4, Pre-Medical Club 4, Seiuna Com., Senior Escort. TURNER, ARTHUR A. East Liverpool, Ohio Biology, Chemistry Stag, Sec. 3, 4, Pre-Medical Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross- Country 'l, Inter-Club Council 2, 3, 4, College Social Com. 2, 3, 4, Seiuna Com. VAN HORNE, BETTY Dayton, Ohio Music Wawyin, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Choral I, 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 'l, Minstrel 2, 4, The Co-Editor 3, House Gov't Com. 3, Junior Play, Big Sister Council 4. WEED, MARGARET Waterville, Ohio French, English Kianu, Collegium 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Cwens, Sec., Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, Women's Glee Club 'l, House Gov't Com. 3, 4, French Play 4, Dorm Council Vice-Pres. 3. WELDEN, BETTY Mt. Lebanon, Pa. Home Economics Kianu, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Life Service Group I, 2, Dormite Stalt, W. A. A. I, 2, House Gov't Com. 2, 3, Junior Play, Judiciary Board 'l, Seiuna Com. WHITE, MARY VIRGINIA Columbus, Ohio Speech Kianu, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Choral I, 2, 3, Women's Glee Club 'l, 2, Pine Needles Stal? 3, W. A. L. Cabinet 3, W. A. A. I, 2, 3, Cabinet 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Student Council 3, College Social Com. 3, 4, Seiuna Com., Homecoming Co-Chr. 4. Trithart Turner Van Horne Weed Welden White WHITESIDES, ANNE Gastonia. N. C- ,L English . 6, ,,,, ,, Delta, Erskine College 'l, 2, Sigma Alpha Iota 3, 4, Zwcyer I ' A Cappella 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, Y. W.C. A. Cabinet 4, w. A. A. 4. Q WILLIAMSON, JUNE EVELYN Warsaw, Ohio ' Music Cwens, Sigma Alpha Iota 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Senior Women's Honorary Sec., Sigma Tau Delta 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Williamson g H - Choral 'l, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 4, Women's Quar- Yohe ' ' tette 4, Women's Glee Club 'l, 3, 4, B. SQM. Staff 3, Pine Needles Stal? 3, 4, Dormite Staff, W. A. L., Senate 3, House Gov't Com. I, Senior Escort. WORSTALL, ROY Zanesville, Ohio Mathematics Stoic, Academy of Science 2, 3, Camera Club I, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Alpha Phi Gamma 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet I, 2, B.8-M. Staff 'l, 2, 3, Asst. Ecl. Muscoliuan, Junior Play, Senior Play, French Play 2. YOHE, ISABELLA Monongahela, Pa. Psychology, Sociology Nawyin, Vice-Pres. 4, Muskingum Players 3, 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 4, W. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, French Play 'I, Big Sister Council Chr. 4, College Social Co. 2, 3, 4, Chr. 3, 4. ZWAYER, ROBERT Brownsville, Ohio Economics, Business Administration Sphinx, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Band I, Inter-Club Council 3, 4, Seiuna Com., Student Board of Counsellors 4. 53 WvL5Lin9vLnfL3 pfag 'room if Y, ldeal recreational facilities make Muskingum's campus well-appreciated by play-minded Mus- kies. Swimming, both outdoors in the lake and in the gym pool, organized intramurals, winter - sports from skiing to sleigh-riding, tennis, bowl- ing, golf-all these make Muskingum's play- ground. At left a Muskingum coeed is silhouetted against the sun, portraying one of the campus' favorite winter sports. Below are pictured various scenes from Mus- kingum's Playground. ,149 vmiom Omcers: Pres.-Ellsworth Coylor V. Pres.-Joe Marchbcmk Sec.-Kay Jenkins Treos,-Ray Craig 55 HELEN HARRY DONALD BETTY ANDREWS ATKINSON BAKER BANNERMAN .uf..-2-15, , -Q. ..-:..-D"..'i,zi-.45 : fa A l pg?j5..'1ffJi:g5Q.f'!fQl12179. ,ny 2.,f - '4L".f:J ig .Kaz 5, 13-.Z'5.-ak,-'.91:,g'i .,I',,f,cf..+,Q,3,yx4.,,u K - ,I-J -., g . .Nl ,,,:,,.q- ,f 5,,..,,.,,..-.K c 9: ' G :Pm-.1-.f 1.-,w .-.win xv 5 .f',v.',:" yvr-4. ' HP ' -'--,THQ-. 'I :QA , .1 . 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Page 115 F re s h m a n ......, . ........... ...... ...................,. 1 1 9 Homecoming ..................................,..... 120 J u n io r .,......,.............,....A......,................. 1 1 7 Senior ........,............................ . .............. 1 16 Sophomore ....,....................................... 1 18 Ill. May Day .......................... Page 121 Attendants .......,.........................,.......... 122 Maid of Honor ...................................... 123 Queen and Escort .,......................,......... 122 IV. Guest Artists .................... Page 124 - - - - - I i - lfLlfLlfLOLK A2803 MEQWAVKQW ffwwgi, C.. 10,04 Z?A550m ,Jlwlfiuozf Blue sky, spring day, wind whip- ping past a loaded running- board, high hill, pink-and-white apple trees, green woods, cool stream, placid cows, dog-tooth violets, laughter, shouting and song, hilarious pie-eating con- test, pushing people in a long line aimed at a groaning table of food, grass tickling bare feet, smack of a ball on a glove, crowd getting quiet, stars com- ing out in the dusk, long trek home, two-a nd-two, hand-in- hand down the hill-Apple Blos- som Festival, May at Mus- kingum, any, day, any year. 110 - C2 F Aridfmcw omfzfm Efforts to make the Christmas Formal a first- semester Seiuna this year resulted in a super dance, with all the trimmings. A slight raise in price secured a name band-Bill Ash, who played smooth music-sweet and swing, for an appreciative crowd-best of the year to date, under shiny decorations-appropriate to the season, with credit going to energetic co-chairmen-Roy Green and Marty Darrah. Committe members Porter Green Darrah, Hood, Slcelley , ,M . . ,,, f 7 W 1. X 7 A u A .4511 X ' N, ' " 3 Say Q 75329 M1 ffm, f vi V4 . W, ,ZX X , .ff F ' ,fm ,gf ,fs 7 ' A , , Q if ,. 1 ' G Wim Q ' 94? r TM HM QQ? mi' ' rv K r in fi, swf' My ff" wr' pw , ,,., x xQ Q If x 41 I . e xr , .Ax .L mwmum ul ,,N. f .. - ' 'N' Y .W rl 7 155.1 f K 2 A mW' e6w .0- lm vw., 113 ,7L0L1fLL5giui1fLg Coffman Co-Chairman Caylor and Cook. Muskingumites left their college days behind cmd re- verted to the little red schoolhouse for an evening of fun at the Thanksgiving Formal. Ellsworth Caylor and Nancy Cook created a top-notch dance around the original theme, which was carried out in the non- fire-proof quad advertising, the black-board decora- tions, and the "School Days" program at the dance. Wells Ross and his band furnished the music. Publicity gag with Wallace Hurd, Copeland, Denny and Riddle. eflfumoz Main gym was the place, one of the smoothest dance bands in the land was the music, Hal Leonard by name, Glenn Rutan was the chairman, and Programs in the red-and- black shape of records pro- vided the theme ofthe dance, which featured at intermis- Sejuna was the dance. sion time the outstanding music of the Pittsburgh Alder- dice High School A Cappella choir. Lights and laughter, music and merry-making, made the 1942 Seiuna an occasion to remember. 4 Nil Chairman Rutan Brue, White, Marchbank, Craig, Copeland Steenson, Smith. 4 pf f I M f, f3::f??f:.f '.iCWA3'1k'7i1.J7V , ?m.f'f!fix"m:f' gdlftlly QIXLQQVL5 115 Q vw, :N , 5,,?.,,. - wg Q x ww W, ,Am Wx " '.-"-j1xJ:3 ' 3 ff! 2 5 . ,7 'Lu 'X ng-. - . wx , ff Q ' ,aw '- . ,ii 'iw ' ,- ,- ., .Y my ,,,., at ' U :M " ' . 7 K 4: :Q Q '-gf, ,f jgy-V, y, 1 . :".'.wf.. " .,:,'1" , ,K V, ,rms n fx' ,f 'M 2, 'V . -. " ,N , . X. .N .21 551 mx? ,z A V?-S Y X X , N N f ' X A-1 , Q, wx ZZ 5 U ' HQ K Q ZX X 1 Z ,M 2 aw - , ww .- uf. MQW -1, ff '- 1, I -1 S QKSQG, ' M53-vxxmvyi , ,V x,vL.wI fx My ., ,, X X,..,. , x, ff c is Q-Q .Ax ' k ,W 7 '-T' ' 'E-1,552 p -Jw- -' L , .vwf- 1. 1 A 1'tf.a 'T,, . 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X Julia Muhleman 123 zfawf .fgrfid Q Modern English version of Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro" Muskingum's artist course series brought several outstanding personalities to the campus this year. Enthusiastically received by students and faculty alike were the group of musicians, actresses, and lecturers who visited the college, both on the series and as special chapel speakers. ,if Actress Helen Howe Sharp with Madame Denise Davey, leader of Free French Relief Tea-drinking English novelist Charles Morgan Committee with McCoy, Cogley at reception X-. ,hs 1-A fa 3s nn:-P1 gif, 4 5-vi Nu Sfylqn 9. m +9 yw ,4-'91 A K Wy, N- '- VC-we ,L L8 2 Lounge is a favorite spot for organization meetings ff- X 1 1' ff' fi f " I' f ,Iggy ff" 4J7,?f' ,W fb,-7: KT ,.,-Q47 ,Wi ,iff . ,fi-aff O iw' 'ef 'iff V551 iix.l' iLJ4 if if! MLQVQJ Dean, Taylor, Kaho have ca rendezvous in the Lounge nw- Sigma Tau Delta . . and the coke Recess between Orders at the serves tea machine games Widow Ping-pong players e..', - , ll I 1' 1, Kitchen scene Over ci magazine Invitation to the dance Music-makers A. 15:12-2 f53.,vw.'2fw-qw-,,,- , 1-I'1Qsfgliifir-1:snort?-lt" .1 . ff-few. A as fq if aw. 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Ohio Valley Dairy .... Penney Company Pittman and Sons ......,. Rathsthorne Engraving ...... Red Star Way .,.......,. Tellings Ice Cream .,,. Dormitory Life ., Officers Groups ..,. Featu res .... Frosh Week .....,.,.. it Can Happen Here . People of Muskingum Page 129 129 130 130 132 131 136 137 138 140 139 141 137 142 143 144 140 Page 133 133 134 Page 129 132 137 129 128 vwf QOIOA WULJAJHQMM W. A. L. roomers Baker, Milam, Kallenberg . . . dor- mite Neff . . . contortionist Maxwell . . . ianitor Ruth- erford . . . drum maior- ette Schaeffer. if gi ryan, 0, Fraternity iewelry . . . Official badges, keys, charms, and awards . . . Programs, favors, and stationary . . . It's the i942 BLUE BOOK, that freshman Connie Hunter absorbs, as she views the crested rings, bracelets, lockets, baby calf leather, saddle leather, gifts for those entering the Service . . . A postcard will get you a Blue Book . . . Columbus office is at 1826 North High Street. . . Ralph Stambaugh, Manager. -129 .Qyer Aoe QPR!-P LoPresti and Smith are confident- Boyer "knows what to do with a heel" Ciamgriafge 970455 omloozny ta? -tif' NZ' Muskingumites Smith and Bowers inspect Cambridge Glass in the company's dis- play room at Cambridge, Ohio . . . In the center photo- graph, glassware which has made Cambridge Glass fam- ous for quality throughout the nation . . . Bell-ringers Bow- ers, Smith, and Pollock seek new tones from the small novel handmade glass bells . . . Miss Sailors poses for the camera with another produce of Cambridge Glass. cljfw glfafelflolfde G- I0 ln the upper left Anderson checks her shopping list, Kachilla hunts for that book . . . The grocery department, the favor- ite of all the college gang . . . lower left picture finds Esquire still as popular as ever with the college man . . . lt's the Co-Op and the above students are taking the advan- tages of the good buys . . . No matter what it is, Muskingum men and women can buy it at The Enterprise Co-Op Company. nu.. ..- Ill. 5- fl wwf Sap Students and faculty alike patron- ize Fawcett's Co-Op Printshop in quality printing of stationary, cards, etc, llfllwll gg Dice, Turner, and Bechdel watch Muskingum's Alumni Bulletin roll off the press. if 5551 FEW E05 Mig Joe College arrives by train or bus on a certain day early in September, and Muskingum wel- comes him with a week of activities especially planned to familiarize him with the college and the people in it. He meets with faculty and stu- dent counsellors, gets acquainted with his fellow freshmen, and with them takes part in several social affairs. Climax of the week is the picnic on the dorm lawn, the remains of which are pic- tured below. Football programs . . . letterheads . . . books . . . music recital programs . . . Alumni Bulletin . . . Everything in the way of good printing . . . that's what has made Fawcett's Co-Op Printshop a ser- vice to Muskingum College . . . Mr. Guy Fawcett, owner and manager, stresses personal consider- ation to students and faculty . . . with job print- ing a specialty. Frosh and upperclass counselors picnicing on the Dormitory lawn 'iv ormzffory Z e Shuff, McGuire preserve dorm memories in Q scrapbook Omcers: Pres.-Lee Ennis lst V. Pres.-Evelyn Keppel 2nd V. Pres.-Helen Wcnhl Sec.-Ellen Kunkle Trecxs.-Martha Cromer Record session in The dorm parlor ' .K X m ww z -X nd . . L f N 5 'v raw Q 5 A K f N' , . gb ff' i M Y X -Z 1, 4 vsmgff 4 . X ,lf . ,L J ggi fr- 3 F ww- N , ,,,,,.,, 1 ,, 4 MLM h x fiwfgsykv ww is- 'V Aix 4?,,l'fg - . LRF u g f I f? K- Q Y iii' 'a 1 2 -jf, K, ' 1,5 .. FP, 1'-' . 15:1 e 2- Q ' ph MM W "J'.. f x ,f,..g5N g v xv I g, kay- , Xl . gf x 1 ,' V K : 1 . A. V 2 ,,,., 'W' , - ,W f, N I , , ,-Q i 4 " v, , L x I E Xa? .' -11. x , - 192: I A: , Q fm' ni QW, .4 Q' Q . 'xy ' X 'f 1 ' W ff , :gm 1.4. -IQ," .Xu 5 E5 ' Nqr- ' wx ,I -,ww . X. ,-'N 3f,',L."'frQ ' ., h. U ' it ,. i,5,,-M-LJ? x . n , ,. , , xx, uw sf.-aw N 'Ja 9 4 x 1: 1 , J i 5 K it 5 Ag 'Q Ov ff" QMS 5545 5' Vw-?'K 'NQQV1 fi. M , W, X, " !j",:,5,, '1-'-1 we Qt X vu .V 2, '21-f , Q, 1. 'lf-vcP'f 'X" , Q77 A ' , K X y -V 5, M, 'M u wW,' ,xr-jg A uf. ,, 35,,w,2- " 1 212' ,, x Q as , ffm: X f- f i' K x NX , x - .,.,E.5x , 1? ,. 'BW fi X nv Q as Kgs 5 gawk ,555 N , 1 Q ' ' W R 5 V? " :FI N i .71 V?x3,Q 7 ' I 3 A it N 1 1 First Row-Miller, Borland, Bondy, Os- borne, Weston. Second Row-Gormley, Heeter, Hunter, Zahniser. First Row-McCoy, Hutchison, H. McNinch Second Row-Mackintosh, McCracken Riddle, Rankin, Bientz, Bondy, R McNinch, Alderson. Mansfield, Patton, Vorhis, McCord, Sail- ors, Adams, Frazier, W. McNinch, Simp- son, Connor, France, Holsinger. First Row--Dikran, White, Young, Mc- Clave, Glasgow. Second Row-Neff, Hackl, Fraser, Ray- nolds, Gathmann, Butcher, Bowers. First Row-Andrews, Curtis, Hussey, Mc- Guire, Hunter. Second Row-Marlier, Johnston, Carter, Weston. First Row-Kunkle, Wahl, Myers, Folk. Second Row-Jordan, Morris, Datt, Of- fenhauer, Browning, Darrah. Third Row-Cramer, Keppel, Ennis. First Row-James, Albanese, Thomas, Wil- liams, Sellars, Hunter. Second Row-Stingle, Mathews, Hastings, Heppel, Mallernee. Third Row-Young, Boyd, ln alls, War- 9 den, Shaffer, Adams. First Row-Seeley, Chambers, Myers, Rob- inson. Second Row-Knapp, Mock, Linsenmayer, LePage, Nichols, Britton, Bartholomai. Standing-Follette, Oliver, Adams. First Row-Miller, Azallion, Davis. Second Row-Smith, Kyle, Bond, Mark, Kallenberg. First Row-Bach, Guiler, Amerine, Free- man. L l Second Row-Ingraham, Buck, Stevens, Crawford. jzrdf Wa fiona! gang The bank that renders friendly service to Muskingumites . . . as here with stu- dents Speelman and Myers . . . Handles student accounts . .. the student tort fund . . . and organization accounts . . . The First National Bank extends courtesy to all. 136 92144 EPM? ,SQOIAL2 Cannon, Green, and Liggeff pose for the camera before entering New Concord's modern and complefe pharmacy. xy C014 0LlOl08lfL QV8 -HW' KO? ' JUXJSCS gglzlfzney 0. Miss Virginia Huston and Penney's shoes. cjgvwlfz 505. Modern Equipment . . . Skilled Craftsmen . . . An Organization with nearly a half a Century's experience in printing production . . . We have been faced with practically every problem that confronts a buyer of printing . . . And we know how each problem was solved . . . Kurtz Bros. offer this accumulated experience for your use . . . KURTZ BROS. Phone 600 CLEARFIELD, PA .7!Le Wowginglfam ozfwe Stags sip Muskie House cokes . . . Meanor behind the counter . . . Jeanne Schaeffer over ice cream sundae . . . in the lower left . . . discourse over the main course, Senator Burton and Muskingum's Forensic Club at lunch . . . Butch under glass . . . lt's the Center of Activity . . . The Muskingum House. a i f .iwfrrl Nw W f in KA! OC? ,!Ml'LQl"CL' OWZQ Bob Mack is caught by the camera as he chats with two local Muskingumites. sifinga Siagfedf ,gee gfeam Muskie House dates Bryant, Robinson, Paine, Besore enjoy Telling's . . . local dis- tributor is R. L. Perkins, ot the Telling-Belle Vernon Company, Zanesville, Ohio. ,,,t l 140 -l 02502.29 Ofiio ey airy In the above scenes, taken at the Ohio Valley Dairy, White- sides is found indulging in one of the famous O. V. D. milkshakes, Castor sips a Pepsi Cola . . . A typical dairy scene is portrayed in the top right view . . . Lower left picture finds students drinking milk- shakes and enjoying Ohio Valley sundaes, as they discuss college happenings . . . Evans and White are caught by the camera as they purchase a quart of milk from the daily delivery truck . . . The Ohio Valley Dairy serves Muskingum college and com- ' munity in all types of dairy products. -ang. Bob Ramsay Ruth Ann Hutchens l l Lunching on Frialator French Fried Potatoes at The Muskingum House l Muskingum's Sparkling lngenue, Ruth Ann Hutchens says, "Of course l like French Fried Potatoes . . .forthe sheer fun of good eating . . .forthe extra pep demanded in modern living . . . and for putting punch into your person- ality . . . there's nothing like potatoes... and make mine French Fried . . . The Frialator way, Please!" Thank you Ruth Ann, and you too, Bob! We are very glad that you think well of the Frialator installed in your College Kitchen and that your favorite l dining place in New Concord is also equipped to serve Frialator Cooked Foods. In the lower left photo is a close-up of Ruth Ann, indeed one of Muskin- gum's outstanding personalities. Cheerio, Ruth Ann and may your star shine brightly when the curtain rises on your first professional performance. l l l l Qffman omyoany IO" 1 l MFGRS. or Pitco FRIALATORS l I 711-719 Broad Street, Lynn, Mass. l 142 fu! HAM Quoin ffiorne ngra Um Llf1fLlOCLlfLg Above, Carver cmd Patterson classify photographs for Rathsthornes . . . Engraver Charley Sprankle aids staFf members with paste-ups . . . Editor White, Sprankle look on as Hunter sticks to the job . . . Sprankle trims Muscoliuan photos, another Rathsthorne yearbook Service . . . All Muskingum's engraving is done by Robert Rawsthorne Company ot Pittsburgh. Students taking in that usual Saturday matinee at the Roy. This theater offers Muskingumites the best in film entertainment. X07 cmQ6-lllglf' new 1 pw 1 5 g i -f l if 4 Y ! V' j s . gd! CSQQI' lfL:5 012148 Above we see the A Cappella tripsters traveling by Red Star . . . Fred Burton at the iumping off place . . . The Fighting Muskies oFf to Mt. Union for another grid contest on their Red Star Chartered Coach . . . ln the inserted circle happy Muskingumites back from vacation . . . and Red Star Buses ready to pull out on the line's regular scheduled routes to Columbus . . . 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Black and Magenta .. Collegium ......,.....,...,. French and German M Club .............,........ Muscoliuan ....,..... Spanish Club ,.,...... Student Council .....,,. Honesty Commission W. A. A. ......,,......... . W. A. L. ......., ,..,, . Page 149 150 . 152 154 156 158 160 162 164 166 168 170 172 Page 175 176 177 178 180 179 182 183 184 186 187 188 189 , .....,,...,.. ....... 1 90 Forensic and Drama ....,. Page 191 Debate and Oratory ..,,........... ....,...., 1 92 Forensic Club ..............,.,...,... ..,... 1 94 Tau Kappa Alpha ..... ..,.,,. 1 95 French Play ......,..,. ..,... 1 96 Plays .................... ....,. 1 97 Players ..,.......,....................,.,...,........,... 200 Honorary Organizations .. Page 201 Alpha Phi Gamma ......,......,........ .,...., 2 02 Cwens .,..,.,....,.....,,......,...,..,.... ...... O. O. O. O. .,.,.. . 203 204 O. X. E. ...,.,.,.,..,................,. ,,,..., 2 05 Pi Gamma Mu .,.,.,.,..,,........., ...,.. 2 06 Senior Women's Honorary ,.... ...... 2 07 Sigma Kappa Chi ,....,.,.......... ....... 2 08 Sigma Pi Sigma ,.,.....,.,.,.... ...... 2 09 Sigma Tau Delta , ...., ...... 2 10 Who's Who .,.....,....,......,., ..,,...... 2 11 Religion and Music ..,. .... P age 213 Alpha Sigma Mu ...,...,....... ......... 2 14 Gospel Teams ........,.......,. ...,.. 2 15 Life Service ,.,............. ...... 2 16 Wesley Fellowship .,., . ,... 217 Y. M. C. A. ,.,..,,...,.,. . Y. W. C. A. ,.,.... . A Cappella ..... Band ........,..., Choral Club ..,.,. Orchestra ...., Phi Mu Alpha ,,,..... 218 220 222 223 224 225 226 S. A. I. ...,...,.,..,..,....,... ...... 2 27 Women's Glee Club 228 148 CM Seated-Hall, Seated-Vandenbord, C QVL 35 cylifglf'-Cfftg Presentation of a scholarship cup to the highest- of a new constitu- ical of work done this inter-club council. Setting it- l t' club action as regards ranking men's club, adoption tion-these things are typ year by the men's self the task of regu a ing rushing and pledging, and maintaining a . I . I Sl friendly spirit between the men s socia group t' s, fostered con- the council held monthly mee ang f h lub s stem in its work- structive criticism o t e c y ing applications. Pierson, Thompson, Simlik, Reed, Smithner. Standing-Neptune. d' -Bo annon, McCracken, Murphy, Shadle. Stan ing Gund Officers: Pres.-Arthur Pierson V. Pres.-Robert Zwayer Sec.-George Reed Sponsor-Mr. McCracken ak, Simcox. omen 5 nfer-C on alfmca P J H C ' W? Os First Row- Fairman, Guynn, Priess. Second Row-White, Coling, Walker ' Foster, Wahl, McAllister, Mull, Onstott. Harmony, co-operation, and co-ordination among the five women's social clubs on campus is the obiect ot the women's inter-club council, achievement of which constitutes a full-time iob. Meeting monthly at the different club houses, the council currently discussed rushing regulations, planned an open house for women's clubs, dealt with general club problems. Responsibility of the group was heightened this year by the found- ing of a new women's social organization, the Kona club. Officers: Pres.-Ann McClellan Sec.-Charlotte Rogers Sponsor-Miss Orr ,gn 151 JJZAW Omcers: Pres.-Arthur Pierson V. Pres.-Ellsworth Caylor Sec.-George Stockum Bus. Manager-Gordon Boak SENIORS: Gordon Boak, Edwin Houk, Edmund Jenkins, Herbert Keebler, Arthur Pierson, Harry Rankin, George Stockum, Albert Trithart. if JUNIORS: Domie Brue, Ellsworth Caylor, Raymond Craig, David Domb, Wayne Hall, Jack McBride, Warren McCready, Joseph Marchbank, Robert Schieritz, John Shamp, Donald Smith, Wayne Stockdale, Robert Trithart. SOPHOMORES: Harry Courtney, Duane Day, Daniel Dean, Warren James, Leland Kulp, John McCann, Edward McClain, James Murphy, Julius Pietrangelo, Allen Palmer, Richard Pipes, James Spurgeon. U FRESHMAN: Robert Barnes, Donald Cogley, Douglas Frelick, William Horner, Jack Lorimer, John McCreight, Thomas Mansell, James Maple, Beaton Pettengill, Ray Pierson, Clarence Thomas. Open house 152 Montgomery Blvd. ...- Pierson Caylor Stockum Book Pete tips the bucket. A4 w l .4 -4-qu-,, ' ,yr .va :gf :.i??l , ,. . ,J . 4141. ,rw wk "N w :!1 -fa vm V- 4 -33,532 3, - -ff 5 LN F: ix M ' ',?fggZi5'ZM 119' fr 'Ki 'in f ,W ,, V W. wa. 1' I E 5 . ML' Q I , . , ,ff 5. f x ,Z Q M" .nv at . Q. 2 4533 x ' Wu? 5155 iiiwggffff AL .V .wk N111 f ,,fg.N5W f 'Fwd 321 1, A Q at A 'jgz-fn 4,g..:.1.5'f" - X fn., .1 -- . .JM :teh ,1 7-V va' , .f Zvi 151-efmli ,M W 5.5-!!f"f4'K7?5'5w527u - 7., X., ':1Lwf'4U':f f',5'9 ' A f q.,.f-wx! , 2, Y, -, 1 ' 4 'A ,Z ' ' f,.w. Jim, ,Wg , iw , 5 A "Eze ' W wfwuy f W ., ,X McClellan Castor Q for Oflicers: Pres.-Ann McClellan V. Pres.-Anna Margaret Castor Sec.-Elizabeth Bowers Treas.-Jean Korsan i"W ,sm Bowers Kor an SENIORS: Frances Best, Elizabeth Bowers, Carolyn Bowman, Anna Margaret Castor, Beatrice Davis, Mary Louise Gray, Ann McClellan, Marie Myers, Anne Whitesides. JUNIORS: Marion Hartshorn, Ruth Himes, Evelyn Speelman, Jean Wycoft. SOPHOMORES: Jane Castor, Patricia Christman, Mary K. Ehrenteld, Ina Jane Elliott, Virginia Griftith, Faye Johnson, Jean Korsan, Margaret Martsolf, Marjorie Montgomery, Betty Morrow, Marian Nichols, Bess Obley, Lee Parsons, Mary Gene Priess, Charlotte Rogers, Marian Uber, Lucille Yaggi. FRESHMEN: Marian Adams, Dorothy Andrews, Sally Bowers, Louise Cline, Jean Curtis, Mary Louise France, Donna Mae Hussey, Vera Lyons, Ann McClave, Dorothy McCracken, Carolyn Neff, Gene Sailors, Phyllis Tansey. Delt-F. A. D. football game- Flat Paint tea followed Homecoming firemen XL il. , e f J 'ia , ff w 1, as f k-1 'af , Ji Q23 Pres.-Anna Jane Mull V. Pres.-Rachel Hood Sec.-Sally Bowman Treas.--Margaret Birch SENIORS: Ruth Copeland, Irma Downing, Jean Eaton, Nelle Handschy, Rachel Hood, Virginia Huston, Judy Muhleman, Anna Jane Mull, Elsie Porter, Marybelle Porterfield. JUNIORS: Margaret Birch, Eunice Bryant, Catharine Carver, Patricia Col- gate, Irene Doig, Jane Glass, Janet Gooding, Doris Hannigan, Ruth Henderson, Esther Jane Hunter, Mary Martha Hunter, Catherine Jenkins, Ruth Maharg, Mary Louise Mayers, Hope Mitchell, Martha Myers, Sally Rhine, Ruth Ann Stevens. SOPHOMORES: Bess Bedell, Sally Bowman, Helen Buck, Joan Calhoun, Aline Colgate, Martha Darrah, Betty Eaton, Gerry Eleyet, Mildred Fisher, Mary Jane Gracy, Ruth Gullyes, Betty Lou Hinerman, June Jamison, Peggy Ann McCall, Betty Montgomery, Ruth Proctor, Jean Robinson, Jeanne Schaefer, Mary Jane Stiers, Helen Wahl. FRESHMAN: Helen Amerine, Leslie Bryant, Nancy Butcher, Joan Gibson, Gertrude Guiler, Betty Holsinger, Ruth Kallenberg. Warm welcome, complete with Mull Hood Bowman Birch Loafm o the iob bear-hugs Serenade in the night White Guynn U , x 'srl - - 2 ' ig LOLVLIXL 19' il A' l i ',, ,Y A Officers: Q3 .M ev.. Pres.-Mary vifginag while V. Pres.-Dorothy Guynn jf ., Sec.-Priscilla Smith 1 .-J I' N hl .A,, .. reas u ia e s S1 2, Smith Nehls SENIORS: Virginia Brugger, Betty Jane Edwards, Louise Keck, Nora Kelly, Betty Kribbs, Jadwiga Kuszner, Lois McCulloch, Dorothy McMillan, Laura Patton, Mary Annette Pierce, Kathleen Pierson, Dorothy Robertson, Eleanor Smith, Margaret Weed, Betty Welden, Mary Virginia White. JUNIORS: Rosemary Adamson, Mary Helen Anderson, Betty Bannerman, Dorothy Guynn, Betty Kindig, Martha McCorkle, Elverne McCoy, Julia Jane Nehls, Wilma Newbrey, Edna Faye Reynolds, Priscilla Smith, Sarah Triplett. SOPHOMORES: Martha Cramer, Lee Ennis, Betty Dugan, Mary Fairman, Elspeth Jordon, Evelyn Keppel, Eileen McCleery, Bess McCoy, Dorothy Slater, Virginia Spievak. FRESHMEN: Arlene Bannerman, Frances Bradley, Leatrice Cooperider, Martha Curtis, Lois Espenschied, Mary Jo Haines, Mary Esther McCoy, Ann McGuire, Janice Reynolds, Eleanor Shutt, Myrtle Jean White, Ruth Wylie, Jeannette Zahniser. Rushing at the Rainbow room Pining at the Frolic 1 159 Y- - Y ' f A ,'x1.u..u:4,1. n..,n.,.....p.4,f,.v-f-nav'-w -fx-1 ' 'wwf mm.. a.e,,,,, .M .M ... . . , J. .- Pettay Bone l .JCM Officers: t Pres.-Mariorie Pettay V. Pres.-Marjorie Bone Sec.-Ruth Ann Hutchins Treas.-Margaret Walker it Hutchins Walker 5 v l JUNIORS: Nancy Britton, Jane Coling, Margaret Walker. SOPHOMORES: Marjorie Bone, Dorothy Datt, Barbara Gerhart, Ruth Ann Hutchins, Ellen Kunkle, Dorothy Myers, Lois Oftenhauer, Marjorie Pettay, Margaret Wales, Janet Zahniser, Dorothy Zdara. FRESHMAN: Eleanor Bientz, Ada Margaret Hutchinson, Pauline Greer, Bettie Parsons. Initial rushing season for Mrs. Fotheringhom, sponsor, The evening is yet young the Konus greets guests r ,4- AI L M, 1 -V 1n..L1..n.n.-u ULCQ Olticers: Pres.-Thomas Buck Sec.--Paul Roberts Treas.-Sam Harris Chaplin-Charles McCullough SENIORS: Donald Azallion, Thomas Buck, David Dennison, Warren DiSantis, Joseph Dubinsky, Paul Ebert, Woodrow Gephart, Staunton Har- rison, Robert Holtsclaw, Paul Huber, Charles McCullough, Weldon Merkel, Paul Roberts, Eric Smithner. JUNIORS: Walter Chess, George Cleland, David Cooper, William Ewing, Franklin Frytogle, Sam Harris, Robert Lawrence, Michael LoPresti, William Mason, Russell Paine, James Renfrew, John Thompson. SOPHOMORES: William Batchelor, James Davis, Francis Duff, Harry Hueston, Robert Jamieson, Ralph McCleery, Joseph Merrick, Paul Moore, Allen Pollock, James Rick, Angelo Robbe, George Shadle, John Shay, Ralph Swackhamer, Ray VanGunten. FRESHMEN: Richard Balentine, William Balentine, George Besore, Ben Furry, James Hosey, Merl Hoyle, Barclay Johnson, John McMillan, Milan Marincov, William Moses, Robert Skelly. Buck Robert Harris Putting it away Where I hang my hat, Mom "And then he fouled me-" IL 5-u .wa x Q x 5.1 -. . 4 V W. .1 my :gsm fr-xnnunf.. .ummm x.:.L.v Lxgn. l Zwayer Neptun LLVLX l we T "A . OHTCGFS: N ' '. .,I, ' Pres.-Robert Zwayer S V ll ,nf 'V V, Pres.-John Neptune Sec.-Earl White ,f Social Chairman-Burton Hurd White Hurd SENIORS: John Campbell, Herbert Johnson, Robert McClarren, John Nep- tune, Robert Ramsey, Wayne Ramsey, Donald Stahl, Robert Zwayer. JUNIORS: Donald Baker, William Bowdler, Earle Copeland, Thomas Hardesty, Al Hook, Thomas Hundermark, John Maxwell, David McConaughy, John Reynolds, Wilbur Simlik, Thomas Steenson, Myron Wilson, Earl White, Lloyd White. SOPHOMORES: Richard Atchison, Richard Beaver, Earl Hardesty, William Hausman, Burton Hurd, Norman Johnson, Keith Keidel, Clifford Mat- thews, lrvin Seal, Jack Shegog, Donald Schultz, Paul Schultz, Gordon Taylor, Eugene Vandenbord, Robert White. FRESHMAN: Sam Firestone, Kenneth Keidel, Darrel Maxwell. On the dotted line Big blow for the Frolic Board meeting fm -Pv 11 a.,+ 5 , If Tgyf QM' bn" M., J, X. M..- s Avi 1' 'ij i, fa Officers: Pres.-Kenneth Lydic V. Pres.-Ed Farrell Sec.-Arthur Turner Treas.-Harold Montgomery SENIORS: Jack Bechdel, Robert Brown, Alex Dander, Winslow Evans, Kenneth Lydic, Robert McNeill, Howard Meanor, Harold Montgomery, Leroy Nelson, George Serdula, Arthur Turner. JUNIORS: Tom Abbott, Ed Farrell, Frank Hutchings, Dave McDowell, James Robertson, Harold Ramsey, Glenn Rutan, John Smith, Ralph Tag- gart, Jon Walker, Howard Zellars. SOPHOMORES: Jaime Bermudez, Delmar Cornwell, .lack Cox, Walter Eneshenko, David Ferguson, Joseph Ferrando, John Hadden, Walter Holt, Robert Peterson, Sterling Pollock, Wesley Pollock, Max Rosecrans, Robert Russell, William Yost. FRESHMAN: John Baxter, Jack Booth, William Campbell, Robert Caylor, Thomas Cooper, John Dice, Merrill Fiori, Rex Hoon, Don Jerry, James Lee, Earl Liebtag, Jack McNeill, John McAuley, Donald Olson, Donald Shaw, Kenneth Turner, Carle Wunderlich, Ray Young. Copeland paws the ruins. The new house. Lydic Farrell Turner Montgomery Fire! -16 foie Oflicers: Pres.-Catesby Cannon V. Pres.-Donald Simcox Sec.-Robert Smith Treas.-George Reed Smith Reed SENIORS: Fred Burton, Catesby Cannon, Alex French, Herb McKee, William Padgitt, George Rose, Robert Smith, Robert Sweitzer, Joseph Taber, Roy Worstall. JUNIORS: James Bryen, Roy Green, Stuart Huffman, Robert Iden, Charles McCrory, Calvin Patterson, William Priaulx, George Reed, Donald Simcox, John Swagler. SOPHOMORES: Howard Barnes, Glenn Liggett, Edward McCracken. FRESHMEN: Wilmer Anderson, Rodney Beal, Robert Clark, Bruce Linton, Roy Lybrook, John McCleary, Paul McCreary, Robert Orum, George Par- sons, Glenn Redmond, Wayne Thatcher. Stoic philosophers at ease Blue ribbon Homecoming house decorations I l l 1 4 -,Q M 14?- Foster Yohe awww Officers: Pres.-Winogene Foster V. Pres.-Isabella Yohe Sec.-Martha Moore Treas.-Jean Dufty Moore Duffy SENIORS: Mary Evelyn Cather, Jean Dutty, Winogene Foster, Jane McMillan, Dorothy Onstott, Ruth Otterson, Betty Van Horne, Isabella Yohe. JUNIORS: Geraldine Johnson, Frances Kostrevic, Lois McAllister, Janice Mitchell, Martha Moore, Donna Noble, Mariorie Priaulx, Lois Riddle, Cecelia Rife, Isabel Roy, Alma Sherman, Rae Storie, Eleanor Wallace. SOPHOMORES: Melba Anderson, Gladys Dickey, Ruthe Friesinger, Hope Hathaway, Claire Ingalls, Bettimae Moffatt, Mary Onstott, Alice Schmutz, Jean Waldie, Carolyn Yund. FRESHMEN: Margaret Alderson, Betty Beglinger, Edith Borland, Betty Briggle, Rosemary Carter, Lucille Cowden, Evelyn Glasgow, Lee Hackl, Dorothy Johnson, Ann Johnston, Jessie Mae Keyser, Betty Lou LaBarr, Mary MacDonald, Mary Lou Mackintosh, Ruth Riddle, Lauraloel Scott, Mary Smith, Eileen Tessmer, Lorraine Wilson. Porch party Hardy survivors of hell night n pa- QW Q fa PLEDGES, lst row: Curtis Adams, Hussey, Elliott, Nichols, Griffith. 2nd row: McClave Tansey, C l i n e, McCracken Neff. 3rd row: France, Sailors Bowers, Andrews. ,fr .AWG lfl PLEDGES, lst row: Pierson, Pal- nner, Mansell, Lorimer. 2nd row: McCreigl'11, Petfengill, Thomas, Horner. 3rd row: Cogley, Maple, Frelick, Barnes. l ZZAQZB. PLEDGES, Amerine, D a r r a l'1 , Bryant, Holsinger, Guiler, Gib- son, Kallenloerg. .jzdlflblf PLEDGES, Seoted: S I1 u tt, Mc- Guire, Wylie, Zohniser, Curtis, Bcmnermon. Standing: Coop- erider, Hoines, Reynolds, Mc- Coy, Brcidley, White. 6LC8 PLEDGES, ist row: Moses, Hosey McMillan, Skelly. 2nd row Morincov, Moore, Rick, John son, Furry. 3rd row: Hoyle Besore, W. Bctlentine, R. Bol entine, Hueston. ,Q e Cglloic PLEDGES, lst row: McCreary, Beal, Clark, Redmond. 2nd row: Lybrook, Anderson, Orum, McCleary, Thatcher. G,--z fag! 3 59' 33? PLEDGES, lst row: Cornwell McNeill, Olson, Booth, Mc Auley. 2nd row: Wunderlich Fiori, Baxter, Liebtag, Lee, Tur ner. 3rd row: Cooper, Shaw Eneshenko, Campbell, Caylor Jerry, Young, Hoon. ., dgf . 'Qi ff' Q16 awyin PLEDGES, lst row: Borland, Beg linger. 2nd row: Anderson Glasgow, Riddle, LaBarr, John ston, Keyser, Hackl. 3rd row Wilson, Johnson, Alderson Mackintosh. Zim umficlfa ow sfgcowfemy 0 Cgiience hes of Muskingum's science Combining all branc department into one body, the Academy of Science is composed ot representatives from the fields of geology, chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, phychology, and home economics. Members, who are required to have at least t ether three hours in one of these fields, meet og ' ' ' rs and to hear speakers p entitic subiects. resent individual pape projects on sci First Ofticers: Pres.-Don Simcox Sec.-Winogene Foster Treas.-Herb McKee Sponsor--Mr. Moses Row-Neptune, Dean, Bryant, Pettay, Dulty, On- Eb t Burton, Simcox. stott, Copeland, Foster, er, Second Row-McCullough, Dennison, Steenson, Marchbank, Craig, McKee, Pollock, Roy, Campbell, Chess. Third Row'-Mason, Renfrew, Taber, McCann, Stockum, Johnson, White, Wilson, Rankin, Iden. Fourth Row-Fryfogle, Lawrence, Moses, Buck ' M rtin, Clark, Cleland Gregory, Azallion, Ralston, a Shegog. 176 TOPX Second OW Row Xcfllwf Sbe Ord 9 On, f N hl Noble GUlleyS, E ls, MOHQH , econd R ,rsf Row I Freeman y 6' Miller I Klndfg R o X , Ffrgy R WXT' McM'l ' Dew ' And eynold Johnson, iedmonf P I lon' Myer ees' Dvvifews' MCCQ S' WMS, J . o omes, Besprreus, NorZ1PC,,.sons P. YI Kallenberhnson, . Un, Wyiie NESS, Gro 9, Wffffqms B I G - fy, f uller, Cl'lOI:ZIe, Prior M oyd, Snod- e ' o - rs, Frazier rrgs, ' ond Kr , oh Officers: Pres.-Elverne McCoy V. Pres.-Ruth Gullyes Sec.-Janet Gooding Treas.-Scilly Morris Publicity Chairman-Mary Jane Gracey ll' A branch of the National Association for Child- hood Education was established this year on Muskingum's campus by the elementary educa- tion department. This association has developed into a medium through which upperclassmen and freshmen in the elementary field may be- come better acquainted. Members have had an active first year, have promoted social activities to strengthen greater unity in accomplishing projects and attaining their goals. 177 Omcers: Pres.-Mary Helen Anderson V. Pres.-Marian Uber Sec.-Martha Moore Treas.-Bettimae Moffatt Sponsor-Miss Crisson Ax CM Painting screens for the college tea room, visit- ing an art exhibit in Columbus, working on pro- iects, these things occupied members of the Art club this year. Meeting under the direction of Miss Helen Crisson, the club members daubed paint, cut paper, pounded metal, burned wood, tooled leather to their hearts' content. Attention to individual talents and interests was the key- note as the club held business meetings and informal work sessions. Facilities of the art room provide an adequate and useful meeting place for the club, absorb the groans and mutterings of exasperated creative geniuses. Crisson, Kohler, Carrell, Moore, Tannehill, Jamieson, Frelick 178 -1:11-we . 1v1mlni CZKLQLULM Officers: Pres.-Winogene Foster V. Pres.-Ruth Tannehill Sec.-Treas.-Mary Glenna Shoup Program Chairman-Eric Smithner Sponsors-Dr. Fields, Dr. Rife Shoup Smithner Riddle Tannehill Rife Miller Fields Houk Keebler Setting themselves the task of bringing the so- called "dead" languages to life, Collegium mem- bers this year delved into historical customs and laws of Greece and Rome, studied mythology of the classics. ln addition, the organization ac- complished two practical goals-translation of its constitution into Latin, and establishment of a definite ritual for itself. Now composed of stu- dents with a major or a minor in Latin or Greek, and with an enthusiasm for these languages, Collegium once confined its scope to Latin stu- dents only. 179 ,. .P , ft -i"1rr1 1-. r ft' ig"i'f1 UL Q ' , in C" L 'haw k4w.u,.L..rui.UL,.ua.4a',iL uw'-ww... rv. Baker, Zahniser . . . Carver . . . French Simlilc . . . Linotype man Pyles . . . Ehrenfeld . . . On the forms . . . At the SGW signi- gfac and Clack of typewriter keys, raucous ring of the phone, rattle-bang of the lino- type, metallic click of slugs sliding into galleys, iumbled crash and muttered curse as a head "pi's", impatient voices, thump of mallet on block as the page proof comes off, welcome grind of the presses, nocturnal swish of papers folding under a sleepy cir- culation manager's hands-these are the sounds of Muskingum's newspaper hurrying to the press and from the press to you. Under the leadership of "tomato editor" French, the B 8- M this year streamlined its pages and its contents, went in for modern and sim- plified make-up, terse and professional newswriting. Establishment of ci rat- ing system for reporters boosted staff morale, addition of new features stim- ulated campus interest. The paper kept up with the times. 180 Wagmfa Business Manager Schieritz, Editor French B 81 M STAFF: Editor-in-chief-Alex French Business Manager-Bob Schieritz Managing Editors-Don Baker, Catharine Carver Copy Editor-Catesby Cannon News Editors-Doris Hill, Janet Zahniser Sports Editor-Wilbur Simlik Feature Editors-Pat Colgate, Nancy Cook Society Editor-Dorothy Robertson Student Opinion Surveyor-Ed Jenkins Columnists-Bob Smith, Catesby Cannon, Laura Patton, Jim Bryen Circulation Manager-Joe Taber Circulation Associates-Cal Patterson, Roy Green, Brownie Stupar Advertising Associates-Duane Day, Doug Frelick, John Abbott First Row-Folk, Hill, Carver, Zahniser, Hunter, Dikran. Second Row-Secrest, Greer, Patton, Robertson, Beglinger, Cook. Third Row-Colgate, McMillan, Ehrenfeld, Simlik, Baker, French, Bryen, Schieritz, Lorimer, Jenkins, Taber, James, Patter- son, Green. First Row-Colgate, Ebert, Zellars, Folk, Castor, Lydic, Reynolds, Mitchell, Weed, Mansell. Second Row Molden, Hutchison, Greer, Swagler, Browning, Briggle, Secrest, Sharp, Neuenschwander. Third row Stormont, Fraser, Myers, Spurgeon, Smithner, Hill, Morehead. lf'8lfLC OLVL QVWQOLVL French Club Officers: German Club Officers: Pres.-Peg Weed V. Pres.-Cecelia Rife Sec.-Treas.-Janice Mitchell Sponsors-Mr. Morehead, Miss Sharp Relief funds for Free French forces fighting with the Allies were solicited this year by "Le Cercle Francais", Muskingum's branch of the national organization of French clubs in the United States and Canada. Playing an active part in this drive, inspired by a campus appearance of French refugee Madame Denise Davey, the group also studied France and its wartime compli- cations. The German club, meeting separately and also in coniunction with other language groups, has developed its language interests along cultural lines. Programs were planned throughout the year to give opportunity for speaking German in an informal atmosphere, enioying German songs and games. Pres.-Paul Ebert V. Pres.-Joe Taber Sec.-Jane Castor Treas.-Kenny l.ydic Sponsor-Miss Molden 182 W CALL Officers: Pres.-Wink Evans V, Pres.-Bob McNeill Sec.-Dave McDowell Treas.-John Smith Wearing the insignia of Black and Magenta athletic teams, the M club is an organization dedicated to creating and maintaining high standards of athletics and sportsmanship among Muskingum men. President of the group is a member of the faculty athletic committee, helps make the policy of the college as regards athletics. M club members serve as hosts to visit- ing teams, high school athletes, and coaches. They also hold several annual social functions. Chess, Dander, Murphy. First Row--Simcox, Ramsey, Ferguson, Evans, Had den, Robertson, Steenson, Campbell, Buck, Stahl Second Row-Marchbank, McConaughy, Davis Editor White Business Manager Cooper ULJCO ybwm Revolutionary in size and make-up, unortho- dox in approach, unusual in photography- the 1942 Muscoliuan is a product of the best efforts of the editor, business manager, and a staff taken from the iunior class, with un- derclass assistants. The book now before you represents hours of planning and consul- tation with engraver, artist, and printer, many ideas snatched from the blue and put on paper by the editor, it represents diligent canvassing of campus organizations and ad- vertising sources for funds by the business manager, it represents long hours in a dark room, hundreds of flash bulbs used and broken by the photographer, it represents many small iobs, routine and detailed but im- portant, executed faithfully by the staft. Your Muscoliuan represents a lot of hard labor-and we hope it represents Muskingum. McAllister Stevens Maxwell Calhoun Robbe Patterson ws :,swpm: '02 .. l v 4 it ,,-lkv 4 k :-f Q. , ,-:. f-f' 3 ' fx 3415 , 1 at . y ,. . 4 txt 4 N, 5 -- ng: J, , Q A 'I S . ay r 17 if C 6.3 . 3 , 2, F A " F if . 9 ' . 1 wi 4 Hunter Coolc Cover Conference Maxwell with "birdie" Engraver Spranlcle, Hunter Shaclle MUSCOLJUAN STAFF: Editor-in-chief-Lloyd White Business Manager-David Cooper Photography Editor-John Maxwell Assistant Editor-Catharine Carver Sports Editor-Don Baker Organization Editor-Lois McAllister Senior Class Editor-Cal Patterson Junior Class Editor-Pat Colgate Sophomore Class Editor-Esther Jane Hunter Freshman Class Editor-Ruth Ann Stevens Underclass Assistants-Joan Calhoun, Nancy Cook, Peggy Ann McCall, George Shadle, Ange Robbe, Lawrence Copeland Assistant Carver Photographer Maxwell P . 1' l00LlfLif5A Officers: Pres.-Dorothy Guynn V. Pres.-Cal Patterson Sec.-Treas.-Marie Miller Sponsor-Mrs. Neuenschwander First Row-Neuenschwander, Dickey, Datt, Patterson, Wallace, Slater, Cooperider, McMillan, Guynn. Second Row-LaBarr, Miller, Colgate, Schaeffer, Nichols, Steenson, Mason. Going all-out for hemisphere solidarity, the Spanish club this year fostered correspondence with South American countries, presented Span- ish plays in its meetings, even practiced up on its rhumba to the strains of Xavier Cugat. In- tensitied cultural program of the club took ad- vantage of the current interest in things Pan- American, even to the point of playing Spanish games with frequent free-for-alls. Open to all second-year Spanish students with an interest in broadening their knowledge of the language, the club emphasizes that important part of the study of Spanish, namely, background. 186 Cgifuavfenf Gund Stimulated by fresh and interested leadership, and "scratched where they itched" by continual student criticism and derision, Student Council this year went to work in a big way. Under the leadership of President Sweitzer an exhaustive study of the functions of student government was started, with a view toward sweeping re- visions and the ultimate creation of a working, cooperative student-faculty government. Dealing with day-to-day problems of the campus, Coun- cil decreed that all Friday chapels were to be student chapels, established a new set of at- tendance regulations, and led the way to the creation of a Men's Lounge in Montgomery Hall. Council in action Oflicersz Pres.-Bob Sweitzer V. Pres.-Ed Jenkins Sec.-Winogene Fostcr Treas.-George Shadle Seated-Huber, Foster, McCready, Colgate, Sweitzer, Murphy, Caylor, Standing-Holsinger, Buck, Shadle, Ebert, McCracken, Jenkins. Me-Q., Basing its philosophy on trust in the individual, the Honesty Commission strives yearly for a constructive policy of campus honesty regula- tion. Student members are nominated by the Commission, elected by the students-chief qualification for the work of group is fair- mindedness. The Commission has iurisdiction over all departments, campus buildings, and rooming houses. Armed with serious punitive power, the group sets up standards for campus honor, finds its chief function in regulation of examinations. Birch, McCorkle, McCleery, Brugger Buck, Smith, Fields. owed fy Commiddion Officers: Pres.-Tom Buck Sec.-Martha McCorkle Counsellor-Dr. McCleery 188 The Women's Athletic Association this year con- tinued its constructive program of intramural competition, sponsored a Play Nite in the gym, planned a play day for girls from near-by high schools, co-operated in campus activities pro- moting sound physical attitudes. Unable to attend off-campus athletic contests with other schools because of the tire shortage, WAA nevertheless was able to make recreation opportunities avail- able to many Muskingum women. First Row-Yund, Copeland, Datt, Hutchens, Miller. Second Row -Roy, Kelly, Birch, Wallace, Horner, Castor, Patton, Bryant, Third Row-Morris, Hinerman, Oliver, Glass. O O Q Officers: Pres.-Eleanor Wallace V. Pres.-Margaret Birch Treas.--Anna Margaret Castor Sec.-Carolyn Yund Sponsor-Miss Horner 189 1.4 Officers: Pres.-Lois McCulloch V. Pres.-Mary Annette Pierce House Gov. Chm.-Margaret Walker Sec.-Dorothy Myers Treas.-Martha Myers Seated-Ennis, Robinson, Holsinger, Pierce, McCulloch, Orr, D. Myers, M. Myers, Oliver. Standing-Kribbs, Jamison, Fairman, Cramer, Walker. An extra "night out" or a return a few minutes after closing hours, and the WAL'll get you, if you don't watch out! But the Women's Activities League is more than a punitive or regulative organization. In fact, the ofticers will tell you that that is but a minor part of their duties. De- signed to "unite the activities of women to pro- mote the highest standards of intellectual and social life," WAL this year sponsored the Christ- mas sing and bazaar, women's chapels, fort ex- changes, appreciation hours, the high school tea dance, and the senior women's memorial. 190 QF Olf'8lfLf5 LC lf'0Ll4fLOL Alilirmative McCready Pipes Dander EQAULLQ "Resolved: That the federal government should regulate all labor unions" was the timely topic which took Muskingum's debaters through cx successful season this year. Hard-working Muslcie forensics won five out of six debates at an early season tournament at Ohio Wesleyan, seven out of twelve at the giant Manchester-Huntington meet, and placed fourth in the Ohio Conference tournament at Columbus. In addition, they met Denison in two non-decision debates, one here and one at Granville. During the leave of ab- sence of veteran coach C. R. Layton, Wallace G. Fotheringham guided the debate squad. 192 Negative: Jenkins, Copeland, Reed ri ' . ,.p,,"., in-,. , V . ,.-1 , lug-.f-. A' .9'.vl.: . -Q. L' .A -' 'n' '- ' ' ' I ,a ., I, .,.' , ff" '-.-'flfpw' '-424. ",. .1 A, 'A 'Q' 'I .'. ' vi' 1 ., 51.-p , ...Q 5 1 ...'. .. nr-'...-' Q n .-- -.1 .. --4 , y..v ". .- . . 57. '. n..':A V A girth... .. .. SPG, i0l' Ed Eshelman, col'- lege orator chose the do ,ti-E52 L!! .t .': 1531. 4 or. ,e i"i.,f ji , ,Li- -. 'l'., 0 QQ Affirmative team for the debate squad this year was composed of three first-year men, Alex Dander, Dick Pipes, and Warren McCready. Veterans Ed Jenkins and Earle Copeland com- prised the negative, with George Reed as alter- nate. Plenty of study, almost nightly sessions together for case building, long hours and hard thinking, made this year's squad a group which worked well together, was tough to beat. .. QU' ' rs., Ughl- : f -' un- l . 5t,.,:4'- topic "AlI Out Unity" 'gs gi... for his original oration. Following a preliminary con- test in which he won a first place rating, he came off with fourth honors in the state intercollegiate oratory contest. ,o, s'l-' -'vi . ' . 4 - ' 'n -1.'2v 5:11, A,'v"'u !:..'.1 ll Q Vi. -fi? ' J,-V. .I - 1' il . N. - -U55 193 " ni.-eddy. fif' 'fy' rllf' " 2 ' -. Q 'I o' ' - 3-"Lf snl . Foreground-Simlik, Copeland, Jamieson, McCready, Dander, Taber Rear-Fotheringham, Huber, Reed, Jenkins, Hall, Pipes, J. Copeland 0lf'8lfL6LC DLL C C7 Local organization for debaters is the Forensic club, well-known on campus for the mirth-pro- voking, public initiation of its members in the library and the dormitory. In addition to staging this spectacle, the club this year was active in discussion of problems both campus and nation- wide, held its annual spring banquet, and enter- tained U. S. Senator Harold H. Burton at luncheon when he lectured here. Members were closely associated all year through their work on inter- collegiate debate. Oflicers: Pres.-Ed Jenkins V. Pres.-Bob Sweitzer Sec.-Treas.--Paul Huber Song Leader-Dick Pipes Sponsor-Mr. Fotheringham 194 Huber, Fotheringham, Jenkins, Montgomery, Sweitzer, Copeland 0LlfL OFFICERS: National President, C. R. Layton Headed nationally tor the second time this year by Prof. C. R. Layton, on leave of absence from Muskingum's speech department, Tau Kappa Alpha is a distinguished speech honorary. Mem- bership in Muskingum's chapter of the organi- zation is limited to those men who have had two years' experience as a debater, or one year as a debater and one year as college orator. Attendance at the national convention, held at Christmas this year in Detroit, netted Muskie forensics three high awards. 195 C-ZQVLCA WL? "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme" was last year's pre- sentation by the French play class, under the direction of Miss Mary E. Sharp. The famous comedy by Moliere portrays a newly-rich man attempting to gain a veneer of refinement at a single sitting. The cast included Jack Manning, Beverly Hess, Janice Mitchell, Don Simcox, Rae Storie, John McMillan, Cecilia Rite, Myron Wilson, Betty Morrow, Mary Louise Flowers, Edna Faye Rey- nolds, Herb McKee, Priscilla Smith, Mariorie Miller, Bea Keplinger, Wayne Hall, Jean Park, Besse Obley, Margaret Martsolf, Lee Parsons. Mitchell, Rite, Wilson Simcox in rehearsal ear e md inglfon cgzlof Are ilk if ' Zh 3' fi 1 A . EBF' Q' Li , if f J l Hilarious saga of a city farnily loose in the country, Hart and Kaufman's "George Washington Slept Here" recounts the adven- tures of said family in remodel- ing an ancient farmhouse. One of the biggest comedy hits in recent years, the senior play class presented it in the Little Theatre as its first offering oft the year. The cast included Ruth Cope- land, Gordon Boak, Art Pierson, BuFF Bowers, Bill Ewing, Anna Jane Mull, Bea Davis, Frank Hutchings, Kay Pierson, Lois Kohler, Ruth Ann Hutchens, Ed Eshelman, Paul Roberts, Jane McMillan, Elsie Porter, and Betty Edwards. Jfglrf is Me Mix Packed with tense moments and contemporary significance, the second presentation of the senior play class was Elmer West's drama of refugees fleeing the war in Europe via Trans- atlantic clipper. "Flight to the West" brought the pathos and drama of the world conflict home to Muskingumites. The cast included Mary Virginia White, Mary- belle Portertield, Ruth Ann Hutchens, Gordon Boak, Alex Dander, Jean Eaton, Ed McClain, Ed Jenkins, Judy Muhleman, Bob Sweitzer, Don Smith, Ruth Otterson, Glenn Rutan, Bob Jamie- son, Roy Worstall, and Bill Ewing. Zgfolflaer Q LL Virginia Military Institute is the scene of the com- edy presented by the iunior play class this year. "Brother Rat", by John Monks, Jr., and F. F. Finklehoffe, proved to be a laugh-laden vehicle for a large cast of iuniors, doubling on parts because acceleration of the college program forced abandonment of the second play sched- uled for the class. The cast included Frances Kostrevic, Ruth Ann Stevens, Esther Jane Hunter, Ruth Maharg, Jackie Couglar, Evelyn Speelman, Margaret Birch, Martha McCorkle, John Reynolds, Bill Batchelor, Bob Jamieson, Lois McAllister, Dorothy Guynn, John Shamp, Joe Marchbank, George Cleland, John Shay, Russ Paine, Earle Copeland, Wavne Hall, Bob Schieritz, Tom Steenson, Betty Kindig. 199 oafiolfm Q Lgmlfe fpfagerd National honorary for those who have distin- guished themselves in dramatic work and have at the same time maintained a good scholastic record is the National Collegiate Players. Occu- pying important position on Muskingum's cam- pus as a reward for merit in campus dramatic presentations, it is designed to encourage the best individual and group efforts in play writing, acting, directing, stage and costume design, and Sweitzer, White, Book, Bowers, Otterson McKirahan, Ewing. research in dramatic technique and literature. Officers: Pres.-Bob MacNeill V. Pres.-Marybelle Porterfielcl Sec.-Treas.-Dorothy Robertson Properties Ch.-Jinx DiScintis Sponsor-Mr. McKirahan Wudgingnm fgfoayem Muskingum Players is the local honorary for those giv- ing interested participation to campus dramatics, hav- ing had roles in at least one iunior or senior play. Spending much time in the dusty recesses of the Little Theatre, members learn the tricks of the trade, are called upon to usher "out front" during major drama- tic presentations. Additional activity this year were frequent pilgrimages to Columbus to see outstanding plays. First Row-Otterson, McMillan, Jenkins, Robertson, Eaton, Bowers, Boak. Second Row-Porter, Porterfield, Carroll, Hood, Smith, McKee, Weldon, Pierson. Third Row-MclcNeill, Muhleman, Ramsey, Yohe, Azallion, Sweitzer, Ewing, Kohler, Patton, Rose, Kelly, Barr, Brugger, McCulloch, Pierson. 200 onomry rganiza Ifiond .jggofm PAL gamma Officers: Pres.-Catesb V. Pres.-Don Sec.-Trecus.-C y Cannon Baker atharine Carver .lenln ins, Carver, Baker, Cannon, Wh Unable to publish their usual "razz issue" f o the B 8. M because of the first semester's telescoped examination period, when the issue usually ap- pears, members of the national iournalism hon- orary were relatively inactive this year. Jour- nalistic interests were discussed informally throughout the term, however, while the mem- bers worked together on the B 81 M and Muscol- juan. Membership in Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi Gamma is afforded those who have com- pleted at least a year of service on a campus publication. ite, French 202 Taking its name from the old Saxon worcl for "queen", the Cwen organization is the scholas- i tic honorary for sophomore women. Chosen in the spring their freshman year for character, scholastic ability, and participation in campus activities, the red-and-grey costumed Cwens are land-marks throughout the following year. They serve as candy vendors at ball games and carol- ers at Christmas, are also hostesses at parties for outstanding freshman women, and at teas for iunior and senior Cwens. For the first time this year the Cwens entertained their alumnae at a Homecoming reception. First Row-Priess, Gullyes, Pettay. Second Row-Myers, Robinson, Browning, Schmutz, Cook. DUQVLZ5 Officers: Pres.-Nancy Cook V. Pres.-Mariorie Bone Sec.-Mariorie Pettay Treas.-Ellen Kunkle Sponsors-Mrs. McGuire, Miss Orr, and Mrs. Robert N. Montgomery Third Row-Bone, Uber, McGuire, Rhine, Montgomery, Zdara. 203 Neptune Montgomery Sweitzer Jenkins McBride Huber Simcox Buck Ewing Craig Clark With a purpose of creating, preserving, and fos- tering the traditions and ideals of Muskingum, outstanding junior, senior and faculty men are yearly invited to ioin O. O. O. O. Representing the highest honor afforded Muskingum men, membership in "four o" is given on the basis of promise, achievement, and character. Actives in O. O. O. O. pledged their candidates for mem- bership in their annual tapping at a public ceremony in chapel. "Four O" members are en- trusted with the responsibility of promoting re- spect for Muskingum's laws, regulations, and customs, with developing and recognizing lead- ership in the student body. White Dander McCracken French McCready nl .Qnuv4.m1.4a.fmnmL..n , 1Qnmu ., 1 3 CHARTER MEMBERS, Seated-Simcox, Copeland, Hall, Farrell, Glenn, Balxer. Standing-Hundermark, McCracken, Marchbanlx, Smith, Craig, White. A secret organization since its founding in l94O, O. X. E., sophomore men's honorary, this year made its existence public, gave keys to its mem- bers, ioined the campus social program. Dean C. W. McCracken was the moving spirit in O. X. E's founding, visioned it as a medium for intellectual fellowship. Constructive bull sesm sions are held frequently, when members air their views on campus problems, attempt to get down to fundamentals. Members are chosen from the freshman class by outgoing sopho- QVGS, must exhibit potentialities of leadership, qualities of straight thinking and seriousness of purpose. Actives-Vandenbord, James, Peterson, Kulp, Murphy, McCracken, Shadle, Pollock, Ayres. 2 First Row-Jenkins, Hall, Sweitzer, Yohe, Birch, Secrest, Stevens, Clarke, Collins. Second Row-McCreery, White, Copeland. Third Row-Neptune, Hill, Carver, McCreight, Smith, Huber, Foster. Q gm. Group preiudice in all its forms and manifesta- tions was the subject chosen for discussion this year by Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary on Muskingum's campus. Problems of the black man, the brown man, the yellow man, and the red man in a white civilization were interpreted in papers presented by the members, were re-hashed in sometimes heated arguments which followed. An attempt to get at the bases ot group prejudice, and a forecast of its possible implications in modern society were pertinent goals in this year's study. lfL Officers: Pres.-Wayne Hall V. Pres.-John Smith Sec.-Treas.-J. J. Smith 206 . 2 8lfLL0lf' OIWLQVL 5 0lfL0lf'0Llf' Feminine counterpart of O. 0. O. O., the Senior Women's Honorary, was founded in 1936 to recognize senior women of outstanding ability and potentialities. Limiting its membership to eight women, selected by the senior actives from the junior class, the organization carries on an active program each year for the promotion of campus ideals and the constructive criticism of campus institutions. Membership in the organi- zation is looked on as a distinguished achieve- ment, representative of Muskingum's best. Officers: Chairman-Betty Kribbs Sec.-June Evelyn Williamson Sponsors-Miss Tiedeman, Miss Orr Smith McMillan Best Williamson Foster Handschy Kribbs White 1 208 Z ma The spring celebration of Scholarship Day an- nually brings announcement of candidates for membership in Sigma Kappa Chi, Muskingum's scholastic honorary. Upper ten per cent in each prospective senior class is eligible, along with five members of the future junior class, those being chosen who fulfill requirements of high character and general culture. The Sigma Kappa Chi key at Muskingum corresponds to that of Phi Beta Kappa on other campuses. First Row-McMillan, Gray, Whitesides, Best. Second Row-Secrest, Miller, Wilhelm, Kribbs, Clarke. Third Row-Huber, Neptune, Smith, Fair, Hall, Clark, French. Lyman 5 ma 'N .. vi- - , ,VA- ,-H-- .I- First Row-Neptune, Cleland, Azallion, Craig, Gregory. Second Row-Martin, Downing, White, Stockum. Entering its third year of existence on Mus- kingum's campus, Sigma Pi Sigma, national hon- orary fraternity for physics students, entertained and amused students by various weird contrap- tions in Cambridge Hall's famed "Little Window". Designed to give recognition to high merit and to popularize the field of physics, this fraternity imported noted science speakers and, through national headquarters of the organization, com- piled occupational data for its members. Officers: Pres.-George Stockum V. Pres.-Tom Buck Treas.-Wayne Stockdale Sec.-John Neptune 209 igma am mega First Row-Simlik, McClarren, Patton, Smithner, Hatheway. Second Row-Carver, McGuire, Weed, Edwards, Cook, Robertson, Houk, Brown, Otterson,. Third Row-Barnhart, Cather, Baker, Korsan, Copeland, Colgate, Wilhelm, Pipes, Williamson, Smith, Harris. Forms of literary expression-poetry, the novel, the short story, the drama, the essay-were the subject ot Sigma Tau Delta's program tor the year. The honorary English organization dis- cussed these forms, heard faculty members speak on them, brought original work to the group for criticism. High point of the year was the campus visit ot Charles Morgan, noted Eng- lish novelist, for whom Sigma Tau Delta held a reception in the Lounge following his lecture. Feeling the sober pressure of war on creative expression, the group attempted to emphasize humorous as well as serious work. Officers: Pres.-Betty Edwards V. Pres.-Bob Sweitzer Sec.-Jean Harris Treas.-Bob McClarren Sponsors-Miss Brown, Mrs. McGuire, Mr. Miss Wilhelm Barnhart 210 A03 A0 Selected this year for inclusion in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities were 14 Muskingumites, judged outstanding on the basis of character, scholarship, leadership, and poten- tiality. Thirteen of the group were seniors, of which Bob Sweitzer was a repeat from last year, and Lloyd White was the only Junior chosen. Vom Buck, Frances Best, Winogene Foster, Bob Sweitzer, Paul Huber, Art Pierson, Alex Dander, Ed Jenkins, Lloyd Nhite, John Neptune, Catesby Cannon, Betty Kribbs, Alex French, Paul Ebert -m..m4.nl- :.- - mf -- Ag 'l 7n.v4 g Wvwgilfagzfam mm LLAQ .Ar Q 695014 vwic ami. 3 W, U, An organization for Muskingum men planning to enter the ministry, Alpha Sigma Mu this year attempted to become better acquainted with re- ligious work through group discussions, meetings with outstanding religious leaders visiting the campus. Purpose ot the group is to promote social, intellectual, and spiritual growth among members-an obiect built around Muskingum's emphasis on the life of the spirit. Ofticers: Pres.-Alex Dander V. Pres -Warren McCready First Row-James, McCready, Harris, Reed, Rose, Montgomery. Second Row-Parsons, McCreight, Huestis, Buxton, Kerrick, Keebler, White. Third Row-Ayres, Turner, McCann, A. Pierson, R. Pierson, Rankin, Dander. 214 P1 QJIOQ CQ6LlfIfL5 QQII' ' First Row: Ayres, McMillan, Keppel, Purdy, Krohn, Traveling every other week to the Zanesville orphanage to present a children's program keeps Muskingum's gospel teams busy. Members of the groups have the worthy aim of bringing the Christian message to needy and unfortunate groups, also visiting neighboring churches. Work such as that done at the orphanage, where an annual Christmas party sponsored by the group is an event of the year, is under the sponsorship of YM and YWCA, is open to all those interested. James Second Row: Keebler, McCready, Rose, Cogley, Marchbank, Hall Officers: Women's Chairman-Mary Ruth Copeland Men's Chairman-Herb Keebler Sponsor-Mrs. W. L. Ludlow 215 Z e emfice II First Row-Buck, Miller, Davis, Krohn, Hannigan, Gullyes, Rhine, Gormley, Keppel, Cramer. Second Row-H. McNinch, Hutchison, Dean, Purdy, LaBarr, Montgomery, Harris, R. McNinch, Mark, W. McNinch, Snodgrass. Third Row-Hall, Craig, McCready, Keebler, McCann, Vandenbord, Simcox, Patterson. Olticers: Pres.-Warren McCready V. Pres.-Martha McCreary Sec.-Treas.-Doris Hill Sponsors-Dr. and Mrs. McCleery Meeting early Sunday morning before Sunday School convenes and before many Muskingum- ites are up, Life Service provides an eftective and sincere devotional program for a group which is continually on the increase. With no especial requirements for those planning to devote their lives to Christian service, gives inspiration and fellowship to many. 216 en ey aiQfAuf5ZLLy0 Uniting Methodist Muskingumites in a construct- ive religious and social program is the campus Wesley Fellowship. The organization provides a meeting place for a large number of Meth- odists on the United Presbyterian campus, plans and presents interesting Sunday evening devo- tional programs. Outstanding social events, such as the Haunted House party, are sponsored yearly by the group. First Row: Morris, Keidel, Stevens Jenkins, White Second Row: McCoy, McCorkle, Wallace, Mansfield - 217 Omcers: Pres.-Martha McCorlcIe Program Ch.-Ruth Ann Stevens Sec.-Treas.-Jane Morris Sponsors-Rev. E. J. Mansfield, Dr. Bixler, Mr. Ewing O O U I With a broader view as its goal, the YMCA this year worked out several programs designed to interpret the philosophies and activities of other groups, both religious, national, and social. Outstanding ol?-campus speakers interpreted the Jewish religion, discussed the international question from the point of view of a German refugee, presented the ideals and organization of the co-operative movement. ln addition, the men's religious group worked with freshmen throughout the year, which began with the fire- lit pow-wow up the hollow, several social activi- ties, and co-operated with the YWCA in planning nightly prayer groups preceding the services of the Week of Special Meetings. Omcers: Pres.-Paul Huber V. Pres.-Alex Dander Sec.-David Cooper Treas.-Lloyd White -Dr. Martin, Mr. Barnhart ' ll Sponsors Mr. Morehead, Mr. Mitche Mitchell, Dander, Keebler, Harris, Reed, James, Martin, Rankin, Rose White, McCready, 2 ni: Dr. Wolfe at bay Cabinet meeling-Reed, Ramsey, Cooper, Harris, Keebler, James Simlik and Sonquisi co-operate Rabbi Halperin explains his point of view Frosh cabinet-Cogley, Lorimer, Beal, Skelly, Parsons, McCreary, McCreigl1t Afler-meeting bull session-Huber, Cope- land, Martin, Rankin, Dander, Evans 219 iffuieli -3 4- fi In addition to planning and presenting weekly meetings of outstanding religious and social sig niticance, the YWCA this year continued its Big Sister program of guidance and orientation For freshman women, sponsored the annual Pink Tea and co-operated with WAL in the presentation of the Christmas Sing, with the help of the YMCA made the Mid-Semester Frolic a memorable event built around the theme of traditions. I also sponsored the collection of baskets for Christmas charity, and in the spring worked with the YMCA on a driv f e or World Student Service funds. Throughout the year YWCA drove to ward its goal-that of religious culture, activity and fellowship for Muskingum women Offi C975 P res Frances Best V Pres Isabella Yoh e Sec Eileen McCleery Trea s Frances Kostrevic S ponsor Mrs T A Boirnhart wi First Row: Bone, Kostrevic, Moore, Copeland Yohe Second Row: Mull, Buck, Rhine Stevens Handschy McCleery Colgate Third Row Hill Whitesides R 220 oy Castor McCulloch f 2 C O O O t Christmas Bazaar has Barney tie-buying, Buck, Eaton selling Christmas baskets for needy- Harris, Stiers Frosh cabinet-First Row: Glasgow, Gibson, McCracken, Riddle Second Row: Rankin, Greer, Kallenberg, Fraser Third Row: Rhine, Butcher, Miller, Holsinger, Alderson, Hutchison, Smith Glasgow, Mitchell prepare for bazaar Cabinet Session-Moore, Crisson, Barnhart, Mull, Handschy, Best, Rhine, Buck 221 -. it 3 it ,eg l i l l l L l . 5 K if -v.v ii A . Q S my f J' fi "' ' " 5 ' ' VI- W ,Q X R iz . , is -'ii H Q 1' 3 4 if se WJ i 1 L E i First Row-Johnson, Eaton, E. Hunter, McAllister, Britton, Bowman Jenkins, Mull, Gray, Priess, Handschy, A. Castor, Morris, Wycoff. Second Row-Van Horne, Williamson, Sprague, M. Hunter, Heppel l Henderson, Moore, McCleery, Jamison, Seeley, Hood, Downing J. Castor, Norman, Riddle, Fink. 1 Third Row-Bryant, Mitchell, Ayers, Besore, Redmond, Marchbank, Meanor, Kulp, McCracken, Keidel, Rigner, Padgitt, Reed, McKee, Whitesides. l Fourth Row-Spurgeon, Ramsey, Barnes, Cooper, McCullough, Craig l Prof. Rehg, Rose, Russell, Reynolds, Schieritz, Cleland, McCleery, 5 McBride, Huffman, Rankin. Pittsburgh, Chambersburg, Philadelphia - so , reads the itinerary for the annual A Cappella i tour this spring. Making successful appearances i in these and other places along the way, the choir brought its year to a climax. Early high l point in the group's season came when members l presented the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera, The Gondoliers, before a Homecoming crowd and again in Zanesville. Making frequent appearances off-campus and at monthly chapel J services, the A Cappella choir featured some of Muskingum's finest voices in a varied repertoire , on which the Bach motet, "Jesu, Priceless Treas- i ure" was outstanding. J l 222 , 1. l -7 Muskingum's band went ultra-modern this year with tricky new formations, use of luminous paint and electric batons in black-out maneuvers, and several swing numbers. In addition to keeping up morale and adding to the excitement at home games, the band made a creditable showing on other campuses. Demonstrating versatility in all types of music at its annual spring concert, it fulfilled its purpose of promoting school spirit :und providing an activity for those interested in creating top-notch band music. Much of the credit for the band's year goes to Director Wade B. Fair, who was assisted by Art Pierson as stu- dent director. X Wtiiiti 3 ,F Q -gf JY 4 ,, Q l t Phosphorescent hats in black-out Q P' is X A maneuvers 8-Q .J the q"f',f,- a 223 CAM! CU Choral Society in Christmas presentation of the Messiah Oldest and largest musical organization on carn- pus is the Choral Society, formed in 1899 for all glee club, choir members, and others interested in music. Prof. Milton F. Rehg directs the group in its annual Christmas presentation of excerpts from Handel's famous and inspiring Messiah. One hundred sixty voices composed the chorus for this year's oratorio, which featured four out- standing off-campus soloists-Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Treash and Mr. Frederick Kruegar, of Philadelphia, and Miss Ann Keppel, Muskingum alumnae from Coshocton. The college symphony orchestra and the organ accompanied the pre- sentation, climaxed as always by the tremendous "Hallelujah Chorus." Rehg, shirtsleeves, at rehearsal 224 : O1fcAedf1f0L Making its second maior appearance of the year in the annual Violin Festival this spring, Mus- kingum's symphony orchestra completed a suc- cessful season. Veteran violinist Prof. W. W. Gray directed the orchestra in the Festival and in its other appearances, acted as concert master when the symphony accompanied the Choral Society's presentation of Handel's Messiah at Christmas. Selected orchestra members also accompanied a Zanesville group's presentation of the oratio. Expert blending of string, wood- wind, brass, and percussion made the symphony easy and pleasant to listen to, took it to heights it 1, ,X ,. nym- A 31.117, 6, ,gre ot expression in its interpretation of the master works. siah". 225 A small part of Muskingum s sev enty piece symphony orchestra as they accompany the Christmas presentation of Handel's Mes WA! WHL One of the longest and loudest laughs of the year, along with an appreciation of the campus' best musical talent, were the rewards ot Phi Mu Alpha members for their Homecoming Revue last tall. Featured in the revue were three new fight songs, result ot a song contest sponsored in part by Phi Mu Alpha funds. Members of the na- tional men's music honorary also worked with SAI members on the annual musicale, and on a formal dance held for the tirst time this year for members of both organizations. Beta Lambda chapter of Phi Mu Alpha was organized at Mus- kingum in 1932. First Row-McCullough, French, McBride, Rehg, Boak, Second Row- Marchbanlx, Cooper, Kulp, Caylor, James. Third Row-McClain, Day, Shamp, Vandenbord. Treas.-Jack McBride Supreme Councilman-David Domb Historian-Bill Padgitt 2 C Z Wm Cooperating with Phi Mu Alpha in two major musical events kept members of Sigma Alpha Iota, national music honorary for women, busy this year. Headlining the calendar of the two organizations was the formal musicale held at the dormitory. Second on important in point of the members' enioyment, was a successful dance held at the Cambridge Country Club. SAI members are chosen for out- standing musical ability along various lines, are responsible for sponsoring frequent informal musicales and entertaining visiting musicians. The organization is instrumental in promoting the ideals of good music among campus women. the list, but extremely S. A. I. entertain at their annual dorm musicale. 227 First Row: Whitesides, Pierson Bone Wycoff, Kunkle, Castor, Hunter Second Row: Onstott, Hood Shoup jofva Olficers: Pres.-Jean Wycoff V. Pres.-Mary Glenna Shoup Sec.-Rachel Hool Treas.-Anna Margaret Castor Alumni Sec.-Dorothy Onstott Patroness Sec.-Janet Gooding Corres. Sec.-Bety Van Horn Clark, Williamson, Gooding 41 ' 3 'iw Officers First Row Neff McGuire, Shutt, Kyle, Dikran, Haines, Mansfield, Dickey. Second Row LaBarr, Dean, Dysart, Miller, Cline, M. C. Neff, Johnson, M. Smith Third Row Follette, Stormont, Azallion, Purdy, Davis, Barclay, Beglinger, Bartholomai Adams Fourth Row Baker, Muller, M. J. Smith, Waldie, Mrs. Clark, Mark, Johns, Porteus Bond Andrews OVVLQVL if A8 "How Merrily We Live", sang the freshmen and upperclassmen who comprise the Women's Glee club, presenting one of the effective and well- balanced arrangements on their year's reper- toire. Under the direction of Mrs. Mildred Clark, the club's purpose is to train girls who like to sing and who enioy working together. Membership is attained through satisfactory try-outs. This year the glee club appeared in several off-cam- pus programs in Cambridge and Zanesville, and was the featured attraction on a student chapel program. The lovely aria, "One Fine Day" from Puccini's Madame Butterfly was a favorite with glee club audiences. 228 . x xgoowb I g 229 1 w . La.- x , M L .ad Girls' boskeiball 230 , , , ,. 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I . x 9 W YA- AL. i Ferguson Murphy Shay Dennison Evans Y 4? Something ventured, nagers Shadle, Steenson gained nothing Ma An - e pre-season facts didn't inspire Muskie rooters to any high hopes for the grid team. But Howard "Monk" Kissell took over the reins in a big way and with the assistance of "Bill" Moore and "Mac" Mariner turned out a team that was always given a chance of victory and an aggregation that "was never out of the ball game". Climax of the season was a 12-7 upset of "Stu" Holcomb's undefeated Wash-Jeffers in the Prexies' finale. Johnny Had- den was Muskingum's outstanding performer as his brilliant running brought the fans to their feet many times Ca t ' . p am George Serdula gave a good imitation of the immovable obiect from his tackle position, and veteran "Wink" Evans was still one of the toughest wings in the business. "Red" Davis and "Powerhouse" McNeill turned in some mighty powerful backfielding. "Red" Smith, the little guy who was always there, is probably still the subject of nightmares for some of the opposition's backs. All in all, the team gave Muskingum rooters an enjoyable and thrilling season of football d ' ' ' an gave indications that next year would see more victories. ew coach, a green team thos Merkle McDowell Davis Smith Dander it W I QSWW XN'f3i'f,fmi W Hcnndschey Rufon Serdula Glenn Dubinsky Situation is grove Davis heads for pay dirt Van Gunten 1' . 4 Ei my , Hodden around the end Hcsdden 'il 5 Eff? Nobody goin' nowhere Duff Pollock Robertson :ff Q55 7 7, " , 'E N , xg X A 2 if Q 1 . J I A gl., QQ , M xx 1475 's N X QS LN W "H D, 6 R W4'q,g t 5 M ,., ii . ,J 593511 3' McDowell, Chess, Ebert, Ramsey, LoPresti, Robertson, Farrell, Holtsclaw, Pollock, Davis. "The most feared team in the Ohio conference-"That was Muskingum's fight- ing Muskies as they roared down the home stretch of the cage schedule, knock- ing off their opponents right and left. Mount Union, conference champs, looked sick as they fell before the Marinermen by a 10 point margin and no ball game was over until the final gun barked. Co-Captain Bob Holtsclaw was the spark of the team and he turned in phenomenal scoring feats and won a place on the mythical All-Ohio. Big "Stretch" McDowell presented an almost impregnable de- fense and grinning "Mike" LoPresti was the crowd's favorite, forever getting his adversaries all tangled up. "Ster" Pollock and "Red" Davis, two first year men, won themselves a place on the starting five with the greatest of ease and turned in some sensational performances. Sixteen wins and four losses was the season record, a good one, but one that will be bettered next year-Muskingumites feel. .v. Muskingum Opps. 65 40 51 53 41 33 28 45 44 47 31 30 43 33 44 36 56 60 51 57 53 39 59 41 44 34 58 46 49 42 46 30 48 37 58 49 48 42 46 50 Manager Ramsey, Robertson, Farrell-caught with their pants off. Alumni Akron U. Ohio Wesleyan Duquesne Ohio Northern Washington 81 Jefferson Bowling Green Heidelberg Capital Youngstown Case Ohio U. Mount Union Marietta Kent State Denison Wittenberg Findlay Otterbein Wooster P. S.-He made ity Dukes on the ball-Muskies challengep "Stretch" stretchesp Zellars Jump ball for Ebert ik Basketball Basketball numerals w e r e awarded to Abbott, Bene- detto, Booth, Dice, Dittoe, Eneshenko, Hoon, Kaho, Lee, McKinley, Moses, Roy and Taggart. Football Winners of frosh grid num- erals this year were Camp- bell, Cartwright, Caylor, Dice, Dittoe, Fiori, Fleming, Gold, Hoon, Hosey, Hoyle, Jerry, Johnson, Lee, Lieb- tag, Marinco, Millholland, Morrison, Moses, Pierson, Roy, Stoner, Stupar, Wood and Wunderlich. Moses, Dice, Abbott, Hoon, Benedetto, Roy, Booth, Eneshenko and Cartwright, 239 1 Qs-six' X - wg 'li tw s Mason, Beaver and Buck check in with manager Patterson Cold weather, graduation, and acceleration presented almost insurmountable obstacles to a successful season for track coach Mariner. With ace sprinter "Woody" Gephart unavailable for competition, the Muskies struggled through the season relying on the distances and field events for their points. Beaver and Russell turned in some excellent races in the 880, mile, and two mile, while Bechdel, Cornwall, and Den- nison won their share of points in the field. Baldwin- Wallace, Bowling Green, Mount Union, and Wooster were met in individual meets. Muskingum also par- ticipated in the Central Ohio Track Championships and the Ohio Conference Meet. DiSantns Gephart Ramsey Russell x- fees. ds Em. ,nl Quia'-'-' ":'.'4f5" gy riff 'd lqgiinjgw x J - L V be Q :L . b .fglgev Gif K K . if Afyftibifci 'WNY 'ww' ,J , -iz' ',,,,,f?f ye E ' QL-f wr- P Q . A, 4 QQ W, ,,,. I .rx .',,- :. , nk, . McCullough Morchioonk Renfrew Spurgeon Mariner clocks Buck Dennison discs the discuss Bechdel "up cmd over 21 E 5 2 f ii X il? 3' N 'N ,.., .M 7 f 4450, E qc , 1' f - 6 .,1 4 1 ., i:,. ,olli .,,, J , , :ul .X,..,,. 'iw ,,kf'w ? 1 z I f . 3 ggi, x- QMS ,f.,u5.f, ,, AN' a -'S' 3515: ' ggi fl, jx 01 A 1 ' Xnhw 4 N , V22 W W 7 X , X X . , , XX .Q ,XZ Q in QS M ' , X 5 A ., Y QA Q , 7 six + Sv! R ,, Q, X . iw 'Ki x ' 7,1275 saw' x i , 5 4 wr 1 2 if , . V ,QM Q' 3. J A f Q 5 I. W ....,,.Q,N 1, X 1 Y Q sw .M 5 . :Q lx' , laik A 1 5 . Q unfit FL? Q mx W ARM' X M , 1:5 A 'gy I I Wu N, :I f 5,5 15 V 1-11, W ' ..,. 26 Nw- qua- "Bill" Moore took over the tennis reins this year, replacing "Pooney" Grimm, and inherited a team of veterans. Don Simcox, firey speedster, filled the number one spot, with six foot seven Walter Chess causing his opponents all sorts of trouble in the second position. Steady, consistent "Sock" Ebert played the num- ber three match and agile "Tish" Walker filled the fourth opening. Sophomore George Shadle earned the last starting position and turned in some well-played matches. Simcox and Walker ioined forces for the number one doubles, while Ebert and Shadle alternated as Chess's partner. Acceleration cut the schedule to eight matches this year. Among the opponents were Wittenberg, Wooster, Otterbein, Denison, Capital. Coach "Bull" Larkins is skeptical . . . "Ace" McConaughey was scoring leader . . . "Big Joe" Merrick, fancy diver . . . George Cleland, swam the breast stroke ...Jim Renfrew, dashing splasher . . . Bob Lawrence, relays and breast stroke . . . Frank Hutchings, dashes, relays . . .Jack McCann, splasher extra- ordinary . . . , Top Row-Robbe, Shadle, Ebert M A Cleland. 1 X 3 X Bottom Row-Barnes, S i m c o x ' Chess, Lawrence. Ramsey-Ferguson fisticufts Shay serves, Davis waits Intramural Sports Soccer, ping pong, volleyball, basketball, handball, box- ing, softball, tennis-a complete gamut of the sports cal- endar tells the yearly story of Muskingum's intramural set-up. Designed to provide competition for men not in- terested in trying out for the varsity, the program is cen- tered around the men's social clubs. Scoring is done on a point basis and a plaque is awarded at the end ofthe year to the club winning the most events. Hot races and high-class performances invariably characterize the yearly program. Bloody . . . Atkinson "on the Ball" . . . Bloodier 244 Simian! 23 ' ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF STUDENTS NAMES, ADDRESSES, CLASSES AND PICTURES AS LISTED A Abbott, John lFr.1 Ostego, Ohio-100, 239. Abbott, Thomas B. f.lr.1 217 Arabella St., McDonald, Pa.-56, 57, 167. Adams, Doris L. fFr.1 768 Homewood Ave., Zanesville, O.-100, 134, 228. Adams, Marian lFr.J 38 N. Euclid Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-100, 134, 172. Adams, Marietta fSo.1 484 Mill St., Utica, O.-94, 134. Adamson, Rosemary lJr.J Mona Manor, Monaco, Pa.-56, 57. Albanese, Nellie Jane f.lr.1 308 Mulberry St., Scottdale, Pa.-56, 57, 134. Alderson, Peggy CFr.1 361 McCully St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-100, 134, 170, 174, 221. Amerine, Helen iFr.1 827 N. 16th St., Cambridge, O.-100, 134, 172. Ammon, Ruthe fFr.1 76 Kenric Ave., Donora, Pa.-100. Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Eugene E. CSr.1 820 N. Eighth St., Cambridge, O.-42. Katherine lFr.1 1715 Raymond Ave., Latrobe, Pa.-100. Mary Helen CJr.1 250 Magnolia Place, Mt. Lebanon, Pa.-56, 57, 159. Melba fSo.1 Warsaw, Nebraska-94, 174. Anderson, Wilmer, CFr.1 New Concord, Ohio-100, 174. Andrews, Dorothy fFr.J 824 Oakland Blvd., Cambridge, O.-100, 134, 172, 228. Andrews, Helen Ur.J 300 N. Eighth St., Cambridge, O.-56, 57, 177. Atchison, Dick fSo.1 R. D. 2, New Concord, O.-12, 165. Blair Ur.J R. D. 2, New Concord, O.-56, 57, 244. Atkinson, Ayers, Lawrence 150.1 R. D. 2, New Concord, O.-13, 94, 205, 214, 215. Azallion, Donald M. lSr.1 Dillonvale, O.-42, 163, 176, 200, 209. Azallion, Florence fFr.1 107 North Sugar St., St. Clairsville, O.-100, 134, 228. Bach, Mildred lFr.1 118 Linden Blvd., Brooklyn, N. Y.-100, 134. Baker, Dorothy E. lFr.J Tippecanoe, O.-100, 228. Baker, Dorothy KSr.J Coshocton, O.-129. Baker, Donald E. lJr.1 Frazeysburg, O.-56, 180, 181, 202, 205, 210. Balentine, Bill fFr.1 179 Bloomfield Road, New Concord, O.-100, 173. Balentine, Richard W. fFr.1 510 Leasure Ave., New Castle, Pa.-100, 173. Bannerman, Arlene fFr.J Crescent Circle, Bobtown, Pa.-100, 158, 173. Bannerman, Betty fJr.1 Crescent Circle, Bobtown, Pa.-56, 57, 159. Barclay, Eleanor lSo.J 146 W. Michigan Ave., Sebring, O.-94, 228. Barmes, Howard 150.1 1120 Beatty Ave., Cambridge, O.-94, 169, 243. Barnes, Robert M. CFr.1 1426 14th St., Canton, O.-100, 172, 217. Barr, Martha Jane CSr.1 New Concord, O.-42, 200. Barron, Jim iFr.1 312 West Park St., Franklin, Pa.-100. Bartholomai, Ann Louise lFr.J 217 Mill St., Lodi, O.-100, 134, 228. Batchelor, William fSo.1 247 W. High St., Mt. Gilead, O.-94, 153, 199. Bauman, Peggy CFr.J 374 Leonard Ave., Washington, Pa.-100. Baxter, John lFr.1 239 Summit St., N. Canton, O.-100, 174. Beach, Henry CSo.1 1033 Cambridge St., Coshocton, O.-94. Beal, J. Rodney lFr.J 289 Summit Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-100, 174, Beaver, Richard lSo.1 Sunbury, O.-94, 165, 217, 240. Bechdel, Jack lSr.1 177 E. Lincoln Ave., McDonald, Pa.-42, 132, 166, 167, 241. Bedell, Bess fSo.1 923 E, Dewey Ave., Youngstown, O.-94, 157. Beecher, Glenn lSo.1 R. D. 2, Leechburg, Pa.-94. Beglinger, Betty Jane lFr.1 R. F. D. l, Poland, O.-100, 174, 181 Bennett, Elizabeth Jean Ur.1 R. D. 1, Canonsburg, Pa.-58, 59. Bennedetto, George fFr.1 725 Center St., Dennison, O.-13, 239. 219. , 228. Bermuclez, Jaime lSo.1 P. O. Box 95, Juarez, Chih., Mexico-94, Besore, George R. Jr. lFr.J 1016 E. Michigan St., Wheaton, Ill.- Best, Frances iSr.J Rt. 6, Cambridge, O.-42, 155, 177, 207, 208, 167, 244. 100, 140, 173. 211. Bientz, Eleanore J. lFr.J Hudson, O.-100, 134, 173. Birch, Margaret fJr.J 278 Sexton St., Struthers, O.-58, 59, 156, 157, 188, 189, 1 Boak, Gordon CSr.1 Rt. 3, McDonald, Pa.-42 150, 152, 153, 197, 198, 200, 226. Bond, Carolyn lFr.1 48 N. Broadway St., Shelby, O.-100, 134, 177, 228. Bondy, Jane Orlov fFr.1 231 Morrison Ave., Cuyahoga Falls, O.-100, 134. Bondy, Jean lFr.1 231 Morrison Ave., Cuyhoga Falls, O.-100, 134. Bone, Mariorie iSo.1 646 N. King St., Xenia, O.-94, 160, 161, 203, 220, 227. Booth, Jack KFr.1 447 Second St., Washington, Pa.-100, 174, 239. Borland, Mary Edith fFr.J 923 Ross St., Springdale, Pa.-100, 134, 170, 174. Bowdler, William Ur.1 423 Tenth St., Elyria, O.-58, 59. Bowers, Elizabeth iSr.1 Millersport, O.-42, 154, 155, 200. Bowers, Sally fFr.1 202 Highland Ave., Wadsworth, O.-100, 130, 134, 172. Bowman, Carolyn iSr.J Bloomfield Road, New Concord, O.-42, 155. Bowman, Sara lSo.1 Bloomfield Road, New Concord, O.-94, 156, 157. Boyd, Ruth Anne Ur.1 561 West Main St., Barnesville, O.-58, 59, 177. Bradley, Frances CFr.1 1009 Culbertson Ave., Zanesville, O.-100, 173. Braden, Ralph L. lFr.1 R. D. 3, Cambridge, O.-11. Briggle, Britton, Brooks, Brown, Brown, Betty Ur.1 Fredericktown, O.-58, 59, 182. Nancy Ur.1 817 Ferguson Ave., Dayton, O.-58, 59, 134, 160, 173. Barbara fSo.1 231 West Patriot Drive, Somerset, Pa.-94. Cleora Ur.1 603 Capitol Drive, Clairton, Pa.-58, 59. Robert lSr.1 253 S. Brady St., DuBois, Pa.-43, 167, 231, 244. Browning, Shirley lSo.1 R. F. D. 2, Dover, O.-133, 134, 182, 203. Brue, Domie Ur.1 Waynesburg, O.-58, 59, 114, 153. Brugger, Virginia KSr.J Canonsburg, Pa.-43, 159, 188. Bryant, Eunice Ur.1 166 Harper St., New Concord, O.--60, 61, 157, 189. Bryant, Leslie Ann CFr.1 166 Harper St., New Concord, O.-100, 140, 172. 245 Bryen, James George Uni R. D. 4, Redstone Road, Washington, Pa.-60, 61, 169, 181. Buchanan, Ruth fFr.J R. D. 1, Norwich, O.-100. Buchanan, Wava Marie Uni R. D. 1, Norwich, O.-60, 61. Buck, Helen CSo.l Madison Ave., Library, Pa.-94, 134, 156, 216, 220, 221. Buck, Thomas CSr.J Madison Ave., Library, Pa.-43, 162, 163, 176, 183, 187, 188, 204, 211, 240, 241. Burton, Fred J. KSr.i 21400 Maplcwood St., Rocky River, O.-43, 169, 176. Burger, John H. fFr.J 523172 West Water St., Elmira, N. Y.-13, 100. Burt, Lawrence CFr.i R. D. 1, Byesville, O.-100. Butcher, Nancy lFr.i W. Main St., St. Clairsville, O.-100, 134, 139, 221. Buxton, Jay A. lFr.t R. D. 2, Warsaw, O.-13, 100, 214. C Calhoun, Joan iSo.J 602 Woodside Parkway, Silver Spring, Md.-94, 110, 157, 184. Campbell, John Q. iSr.i 1150 Second St., Beaver, Pa.-39, 43, 165, 176, 183, 242. Campbell, Margaret fSo.J 1009 First Ave., Newton, lowa-94. Campbell, Mariorie Uni 240 Race Ave., Byesville, O.-60, 61. Campbell, Reed fFr.J 1150 Second St., Beaver, Pa.-100, 239. Campbell, William CFr.J 129 Fourth St., McDonald, Pa.-100, 74. Cannon, Catesby lSr.J 166 Afton Ave., Youngstown, O.-43, 150, 168, 169, 202, 211. Correll, Josephine CSr.J 176 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, O.-43, 178, 200. Carter, Rosemary fFr.t French Creek, W. Va.-100, 134. Cartwright, Andy KFr.J 314 Washington St., Lisbon, O.-100, 239. Carver, Catharine Uni 1311 Foster Ave., Cambridge, O.-60, 61, 156, 157, 180, 181, 185, 202, 206, 210 Castor, Anna Margaret CSr.J Bloomfield Road, New Concord, O.-43, 122, 154, 155, 189, 220, 227. Castor Jane CSo.t Bloomfield Road, New Concord, O.-94, 155, 182. Cather, Mary Evelyn lSr.t Duncan Falls, O.-43, 54, 170, 171, 210. Caylor, Ellsworth Ur.J 530 School St., Springdale, Pa.-37, 60, 61, 152, 153, 187, 226. Caylor, Robert E. fFr.J 333 Moyhend St., Springdale, Pa.-100, 174, 239. Chambers, Jean CFr.J 485 Dravo Ave., Beaver, Pa.-100, 134. Chess, Walter Ur.J Bloomfield Rd., New Concord, O.-60, 61, 163, 176, 183, 237, 243. Christman, Pat iSo.J 3114 Pioneer Ave., Dormont, Pa.-94, 154, 155. Clark, Elizabeth lSr.J 1515 Stewart Ave., Cambridge, O.-51. Clark, Robert M. fFr.J 1630 Cleveland Ave., Canton, O.-100, 174. Cleland, George Uni 167 W. High St., New Concord, O.-60, 61, 163, 176, 209, 243. Cline, louise tFr.t R. D. 1, Export, Pa.-101, 172, 228. Cogley, Donald CFr.t 83 E. State St., Coopersburg, Pa.-99, 101, 172, 215, 219. Colgate, Aline iSo.J 54 Vernon Dr., Mt. Lebanon Pa.-94, 157, 186. Colgate, Patricia Uni 54 Vernon Drive, Mt. Lebanon, Pa.-62, 63, 147, 157, 181, 182, 187, 210, 220. Colgrove, Melba iSo.J Cumberland, O.-29. Coling Jane l. Uni 400 W. Castle St., Syracuse, N. Y.-62, 63, 151, 160, 161. Conner, Shirley iFr.J 408 North Home Ave., Avalon, Pa.-101, 134. Cook, Nancy CSo.i 919 Forest Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-93, 94, 113, 157, 181, 185, 203, 210. Cooper, David iJr.l 173 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, O.-62, 63, 146, 163, 184, 185, 219, 226. Cooper, Thomas Crawford lFr.J 307 W. Fifth St., East Liverpool, O.-101, 174. Cooperider, Leatrice iFr.t 1039 Seborn Ave., Zanesville, O.-101, 173, 186. Copeland, Earle Uni 24 Stadium Drive, New Concord, O.-62, 63, 114, 165, 193, 194, 195, 205. Copeland, John lSo.J 158 Edgewood St., Wheeling W. Va.-94, 166, 167. Copeland, Lawrence KSo.t 23 E. High St., New Concord, O.-94, 165, 210. Copeland, Mary Ruth CSr.t 23 E. High St., New Concord, O.-43, 176, 206, 220. Copeland, Ruth iSr.J 1135 Creedmoor Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-44, 157, 189, 197. Cornwell, Delmar CSo.J Marysville, O.-94, 174. Couglar, Jacqueline Ur.J 818 Ayers St., Zanesville, O.-62, 63. Courtney, Harry iSo.J 520 Gilten Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-94. Cowden, Lucille fFr.i R. D. 5, Cambridge, O.-101, 170, 213. Cox, John 1So.J 155 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, O.-94, 167. Craig, Raymond Ur.J R. D. 1, Galion, O.-62, 153, 176, 204, 205, 209, 216. Cramer, Martha lSo.t Box 102, Vandergrift, Pa.-94, 133, 134, 159, 190, 216. Crawford, Lois iSr.l R. D. 3, Toronto, O.-101, 134, 177. Culbertson, Walter M. iFr.J R. D. 4, Cumberland, O.-11, 101. Curtis, Jean B. iFr.J 511 Wooclbourne Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-101, 134, 172. Curtis, Martha Carolyn CFr.J 128 Fifth St., New Philadelphia, O.-101, 158, 173. D Dailey, Fayebelle iFr.i R. D. 4, Zanesville, O.-101. Dander, Alex lSr.J Rt. 2, Universal, Pa.-44, 167, 183, 192, 194, 198, 204, 211, 214, 218, 233, 234. Darrah, Martha lSo.J Scenery Hill, Martins Ferry, O.-94, 111, 134, 172. Datt, Dorothy iSo.J Gibsonia, Pa.-94, 134, 160, 161, 186, 189. Davidson, Sara Marie CFr.J 107 California St., Fayette City, Pa.-101. Davis, Beatrice fSr.t 107 Smithfield, Canonsburg, Pa.-44, 155. Davis, Elizabeth Uni R. D. 3, New Concord, O.-62, 63. Davis, James CSo.J 1622 Chestnut St., Coshocton, O.-94, 162, 163, 183, 233, 234, 237, 244. Davis, Margaret E. tFr.J 329 S. Truesdale Ave., Youngstown, O.-101, 134, 177, 216, 228. Day, Duane CSo.J R. D. 1, Amity, Pa.-94, 153, 226. Dean, Catherine fFr.i 4122 Spokane Ave., Cleveland, O.-101, 216, 228. Dean, Daniel fSo.t R. D. 5, Xenia, O.-94, 153, 176. Dean, Robert iFr.J 3816 W. 157th St., Cleveland, O.-126. Dean, William iFr.i 4122 Spokane Ave., Cleveland, O.-101. Dennison, David fSr.t 170 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, O.-44, 163, 176, 233, 234, 241. Denny, Peggy iSo.J 117 Grant Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-94, 171. Dice, John E. CFr.i 917 Wayne Ave., Williamsport, Pa.-101, 132, 239. Dickey, Gladys CSo.J 229 W. Main St., St. Clairsville, O.-54, 94, 171, 186, 228. Dikran, Harriet iFr.i 2001 Goodnor Road, Cleveland Hts., O.-101, 134, 181, 228. Dittoe, Eugene lFr.t 9th High St., Dresden, O.-101. Di Santis, Warren V. fSr.J 1701 Walnut St., Erie, Pa.-44, 163, 233, 240. Doig, Dawn Irene Ur.t Priscilla Lane, Rosslyn Farms, Carnegie, Pa.-62, 63, 156, 157. Domb, David L. Uni 216 W. Liberty St., Punxsutawney, Pa.-64, 65, 153. Dowell, Thomas QFr.J Trinway, O.-101. Downing, Irma iSr.J 111 Overbaugh Ave., St. Clairsville, O.-44, 116, 122, 157. Dubinsky, Joseph iSr.J 500 Henderson Ave., Washington, Pa.-44, 163, 233, 235. 246 Dutf, Francis fSo.1 R. D. 2, New Concord, O.-94, 163, 176, 233, 235. Duffy, Jean lSr.l 4164 Harrison St., Bellaire, O.-44, 170, 171. Dugan, Betty lSo.1 329 Woodlawn Ave., Cambrid e, O.-94, 134, 159. Dukes, Charles G. lJr.1 McCabe St., Selbyville, Dei-64, 65. Duncan, Lillian lSr.J R. F. 1, Killbuck, O.-30. Dutro, George lJr.1 Market St., Philo, O.-11, 64, 65. Dysart, Loretta lSo.J Box 21, St. Clairsville, O.-94, 228. Eaton, Betty lSo.1 1010 W. Main St., Smethport, Pa.-94, 157. Eaton, Jean Moorhead lSr.1 1010 W. Main St., Smethport, Pa.-44, 157, 198, 200, 221, 227. Ebert, Paul E. lSr.J 220 N. Wooster Ave., Dover, O.-44, 162, 163, 176, 182, 187, 211, 237, 243. Edwards Betty lSr.1 217 Hollywood Ave., Youngstown, O.-45, 159, 210. Eshelman, Edwin lSr.1 1926-14th St., Akron, O.-45, 192, 197. Ehrenfeld, Mary K. lSo.J 2027 E. 44th St., Ashtabula, O.-94, 155, 181. Ehrhart, Frank lFr.J 425 St. Clair Ave., Cadiz, O.-101. Eleyet, Gerry lSo.J 553 S. Madriver St., Bellefontaine, O.-16, 94, 157. Elliott, Ina Jane lSo.1 Rayland, O.-94, 172. Eneshenko, Walter, lSo.J 3345 Bookman Ave., Brentwood, Pa.-94, 174, 239. Ennis, Lee lSo.1 11 Rose Ave., Floral Park, N. Y.-94, 133, 134, 159, 190. Erskine, Mariorie lFr.1 602 Taylor St., Cambridge, O.-101. Espenschied, Lois lFr.J 2015 S. Prospect St., Hartville, O.-101. Evans, Winslow lSr.1 R. D. 3, Hudson, O.-45, 167, 183, 219, 233, 234, 242. Ewing, William A. lJr.1 1803 Hamilton Place, Steubenville, O.-64, 162, 163, 197, 199, 200. Fair, Martin fSr.1 327 N. Sixth St., Cambridge Fairman, Mary lSo.J Box 106, Mexico, Pa.-95,, Farrell, Edward W., lJr.J 604 W. Judson Ave., Ferguson, Dave lSo.J 411 Sheridan Ave., New F O.-45, 208. 151, 159, 190. Youngstown, O.-64, 65, 166, 167, 205, 237, 238 Castle, Pa.-95, 167, 183, 233, 234, 244. Ferrando, Joseph lSo.J First St., Smithton, Pa.-95, 167, 244. Fink, Mary Ellen lJr.J R. D. 1, Pleasant Valley Finley, Helen Ur.J Box 154, Clayville, Pa.-64,1 Fiori, Merrill lFr.J 4086 E. 80th St., Cleveland, Firestone, Sam CFr.J Duncan Falls, O.-11, 35. O.-64, 65. 65. O.-174, 239. Fisher, Mildred lSo.1 307 E. Judson, Youngstown, O.-95, 156, 157. Flauhaus, Lester E. lSr.1 R. F. D. 1, Mineral City, O.-45. Fleming, Howard J. lFr.1 West Jefterson, O. Fleming, Mary Jane lSr.1 3805 Highland Ave., Shadyside, O.-45. Folk, Patricia fSo.1 Rock Haven, New Lexington, O.-94, 134, 181, 182. Follette, Jeanne P. lFr.1 149 Avenue A, Pittsburgh, Pa.-101, 134, 228. Foster, Winogene lSr.J Pleasantville, O.-45, 122, 151, 170, 171, 176, 187, 206, 207, 211. France, Petey lFr.J 422 Teece Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-101, 134, 172. Fraser, Joan lFr.J Park Ave., Liberty, Pa.-101, 182, 221. Frazier, Rebecca lFr.J Nashport, O.-101. Freeman, Fern lSo.1 1179 Henry St., Zanesville, O.-177. Freeman, Ruth Ellen lFr.J 1243 Norwood, Niagara Falls, N. Y.-101, 134. Frelick, Douglas lFr.J 737 Dc-:Camp Ave., Schenectady, N. Y.-12, 101, 172, 178. French, Bob lFr.J 1237 Biltmore Ave., Dormont, Pa.-101. French, Alexander M. lSr.1 W. High St., New Concord, O.-45, 169, 180, 181, 202, 204, 211, 226. Friesinger, Ruthe CSo.1 1333 Palos Ave., Zanesville, O.-95, 132, 171. Fryfogle, Franklin lJr.l R. D. 2, Beloit, O.-64, 65, 162, 163, 176, 235. Furry, Ben lFr.J 293 Norton Ave., Barberton, O.-101, 173. G Gano, Marty, lSo.J Cambridge, Ohio-95 Gathmann, Betty lFr.J 14300 S. Park Blvd., Shaker Heights, Ohio-134 Gephart, Woodrow lJr.1 R. D. 3, New Philadelphia, Ohio-13, 163, 240 George, lrma lSo.J W. Main St., Gnadenhutten, Ohio-95 Gerhart, Barbara lSo.J 610 Second St., Marietta, Ohio-95, 160, 173 Gibson, Joan M. lFr.J 6553 Barlett, Pittsburgh, Pa.-15, 101, 172, 221 Glasgow, Evelyn lFr.J Belle Center, Ohio-101, 134, 174, 221 Glass, Jane lJr.1 Gregg Road, Oakdale, Pa.-66, 67, 157, 189 Glenn, John lJr.J New Concord, Ohio-66, 67, 167, 205, 233, 235 Gold, William E. lFr.1 615 3rd St., Dennison, Ohio-101 Gooding, Janet E. lJr.1 293 Dixon Ave., Mt. Lebanon, Pa.-66, 67, 157, 227 Gormley, Betty fSo.J R. D. 3, Blairsville, Pa.-95, 216 Gormley, Helen Dolores lFr.J R. D. 3, Blairsville, Pa.-101, 134 Gray, Mary Louise lSr.1 9 College Place, New Concord, Ohio-46, 155, 208 Gracy, Mary Jane ISo.J 126 Eighth St., Cambridge, Ohio-95, 156, 157, 177 Green, Roy lJr.J 704 Main St., Bridgeport, Ohio-66, 67, 111, 168, 169, 181 Greer, Pauline fFr.J 188 Cuyahoga Trail, Sawyerwood, Ohio-101, 173, 181, 182, 221 Griltith, Virginia lSo.J Adena, Ohio-95, 172 Groves, Rama lSo.J R. D. 2, Caldwell, Ohio-95 Guiler, Gertrude lFr.1 Box 363, Summerfield, Ohio-102, 134, 172, 177 Gullyes, Ruth lSo.1 432 Holmes Ave., Baden, Pa.-95, 157, 177, 203, 216 Guynn, Dorothy lJr.1 205 W. Sheridan Ave., New Castle, Pa.-66, 67, 151, 158, 159, 186 H Hackl, Lyane lFr.J 271 Alta Vista Drive, Tuckahoe, N. Y.-13, 102, 134, 170, 174 Hadden, John Robert lSo.J Norwich, Ohio-95, 167, 183, 233, 235 Haines, Mary Jo lFr.1 Le Roy, Ohio-102, 173, 228 Hall, Wayne lJr.1 748 E. Market St., Cadiz, Ohio-66, 67, 150, 153, 194, 205, 206, 215, 216 Hamill, Mary fFr.J 340 S. Main St., Burgettstown, Pa.-102 Handschy, Dane lJr.J 200 West Main St., New Concord, Ohio-66, 67, 167, 233, 235 Handschy, Nelle lSr.1 200 West Main St., New Concord, Ohio-46, 157, 164, 207, 220 Hanes, Mariorie CFr.J East Pike, R. D. 4, Zanesville, Ohio-102 Hannigan, Doris Ur.J 404 Berry St., Baden, Pa.-66, 67, 156, 157, 216 Hardesty, Earl L. lSo.1 15 E. Main St., New Concord, Ohio.-95, 165 247 Hardesty, Tom Ur.J 15 E. Main St., New Concord, Ohio-68, 69, 165 Hardie, Lois Jane fSo.1 1168 Greentree Road, Pittsburgh, Pa.-95 Harper, Ray V. fSo.1 R. D. 1, Kimbolton, Ohio-95 Harris, Jean fSr.J 416 New York St., Rochester, Pa.--46, 216 Harris, Sam Ur.1 873 Prospect Road-Ashtabula , Ohio-68, 69, 162, 163, 214, 218 .. Harrison, Staunton fSr.J Conesville, Ohio-46 Hartshorn, Marian Ur.J57 Summit St., Newark, Ohio-68, 69, 112, 155 Hastings, Margaret tSo.J 153 W. Main St., St. Clairsville, Ohio-95, 134 Hatheway, Hope CSo.J 56 Henela Ave., Tuckahoe, N. Y.-95, 171, 210 Hausman, William KSo.J Whitaker Lane, Wheeling, W. Va.-95 Heeter, Virginia fFr.J 1400 Dietz Ave., Akron, Ohio-102, 134 Henderson, Ruth CJr.J 142 Elm St., Claysville, Pa.-68, 69, 157 Heppel, Louise t.lr.J 404 Conn Ave., Rochester, Pa.-68, 69, 134 Hill, Doris Ur.1 4103 Main St., Munhall, Pa.-68, 69, 181, 182, 206, 220, Hinerman, Betty lou lSo.J 115 Thompson Ave., New Concord, Ohio-16, 95, 157, 189 Himes, Ruth Ur.1 212 N. 11th St., Cambridge, Ohio-68, 69, 155 Holsinger, Betty fFr.J 323 Howard St., Bridgeport, Ohio-102, 172, 187, 190, 221, 134 Holt, Walter CSo.J 204 Stratmore, Pittsburgh, Pa.-93, 95, 244 Holtsclaw, Robert CSr.1 Church St., Woodstield, Ohio-46, 163, 237, 242 Hood, Rachel fSr.J 1021 Ninth Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa.-46, 111, 156, 157, 200, 227 Hook, AI Ur.1 1023 Beckford St., New Castle, Pa.-68, 69, 164, 165, 242 Hoon, Rex CFr.J Maple Ave., New Concord, Ohio-174, 239 Horner, William Harry fFr.1 768 Woodlawn Road, Steubenville, Ohio-102, 172 Hosey, Jim fFr.1 315 Taylor Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-102, 173, 239 Houk, Edwin lSr.J Liberty St., New Concord, Ohio-46, 153, 179, 210 Hoyle, Merl fFr.1 North Benton, Ohio-11, 102, 173, 239 Huber, Paul tSr.J R. D. 3, Akron, Ohio-46, 163, 187, 194, 195, 204, 206, 208, 211 Huestis, Bob fFr.J 719 Webster St., N. W., Washington, D. C.-102, 214 Hueston, Virginia Ur.J 1117 State St., Steubenville, Ohio-137 Hueston, Harry R. lSo.1 1238 Hiland Ave., Coraopolis, Pa.-95, 173 Huffman, Stuart W. Ur.J 426 N. Eighth St., Cambridge, Ohio-70, 71, 169 Humphrey, lna Eileen Ur.J 175 Thompson Ave., New Concord, Ohio-70, 71 Hundermark, Thomas William Ur.J 5016 Kingsessing Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.-70, 71, 205 Hunter, Connie CFr.1 905 Beatty Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-129, 134 Hunter, Esther Jane Ur.J 326 S. Home Ave., Avalon, Pa.-70, 71, 117, 156, 157, 181, 185, 199 Hunter, Mary Martha K.lr.J 1514 Stewart Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-70, 71, 156, 157, 227 Hunter, Ruth A. KFr.J 323 14th St., N. W., Canton, Ohio-102, 134 Hurd, Burton CSo.1 839 Summit Rk., Narberth, Pa.-95, 164, 165 Hussey, Donna Mae lFr.1 5200 Chester Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.-102, 134, 172 Hutchens, Ruth Ann CSo.J 801 11th St., N. W., Canton, Ohio-95, 142, 160, 161, 189, 197, 198 Hutchens, Frank Ur.J 1724 Fulton Road, N. W., Canton, Ohio-70, 71, 167, 243 Hutchison, Ada Margaret tFr.J Claysville, Pa.-13, 102, 134, 160, 182, 216, 221 lden, Bob fJr.J R. D. 4, Newark, Ohio-70, 71, 169, 176 Ingalls, Claire tSo.1 53 Campbell Ave., Castleton on Hudson, N. Y.-95, 171 lngraham, Laura Alice fFr.J Kale Creek Road, Newton Falls, Ohio-102, 134 J James, Warren E. KSo.1 Fairground Road, Xenia, Ohio-95, 153, 181, 205, 214, 215, 218, 226 James, Wilma fSo.J R. D. 1, Stockport, Ohio-96, 134 Jamieson, Robert B. CSo.J 1514 Division St., Burlington, Iowa-96, 163, 178, 194, 198 Jamison June, fSo.J 242 W. Prospect St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-96, 157, 190 Jenkins, Catherine Ur.J R. D. 9, Pittsburgh, Pa.-55, 70, 71 152 217 Jenkins, Edmund KSr.1 1300 Ridge Ave., Latrobe, Pa.-46, 1,53 181, 187, 193, 194, 195, 200, 202, Jerry, Don fFr.1 537 Harbor St., New Castle, Pa.-14, 15, 74,1102 Johns, Julia fFr.J 15 W. Reynolds St., New Castle, Pa.-102, 228 Johnson, Barclay KFr.J 3645 N. Denny St., Indianapolis, Indiana-102 173 Johnson, Dorothy fFr.J R. D. 1, New Concord, Ohio-102, 174, 177, 228 Johnson, Faye fSo.J 3236 Redwood Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio-96, 155 Johnson, Geraldine Ur.1 R. F. D. 1, New Concord, Ohio-72, 73, 171, 177 Johnson, Herbert CSr.1 71 Hilton Ave., Youngstown, Ohio-46, 165, 176 Johnson, Norman CSo.1 7l Hilton Ave., Youngstown, Ohio-96 Johnston, Ann fFr.1 740 Fairmont St., Latrobe, Pa.-102, 134, 174 Jordan, Elspeth CSo.1 1401 Terrace Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa.-96, 134, 158, 159 K Kachilla, Ann fFr.1 Rt. 6, Cambridge, Ohio-131 Kaho, Dean tFr.1 56 East, West Jefferson, Ohio-126 Kallenberg, Ruth M. CFr.J 28 Carlton Terrace, Stewart Manor, N. Y.-102, 129, 134, 172, 177, 221 Kanaris, Pauline fSo.1 Zanesville,Ohio Keck, louise fSr.J Kecksburg, Pa.-47, 159 Keebler, Herbert fSr.J S. Grape St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-47, 153, 179, 214, 215, 216, 218 Keidel, Keith W. fSo.1 700 Maple Ave., Conneaut, Ohio-96, 165 Keidel, Kenneth Vaughn fFr.J 700 Maple Ave., Conneaut, Ohio-102, 217 Keller, Ruth fSo.J 117 S. Clay St., Millersburg, Ohio-96 Kelly, Nora KSr.J 1104 Oakwood Ave., Columbus, Ohio-47, 158, 159, 189, 200 Kemp, Robert tFr.J 610 Owens St., Aliquippa, Pa.-102 Kennard, Helen lSo.J 243 E. Main St., St. Clairsville, Ohio Keppel, Evelyn CSo.J Box 101, Vandergrift, Pa.-96, 133, 134, 159, 215, 216 Kerrick, Eugene 150.1 725 Webster St., N. W., Washington, D. C.-96, 214 Keyser, Jessie Mae fFr.J Newark Road, Zanesville, Ohio-102, 170 Kindig, Betty Ur.1 LeRoy, Ohio-72, 73, 158, 159, 173, 199 Kirk, Arthur R. fSr.1 R. D. 1, Saegerstown, Pa.-47 Klatte, Frank Jr. KFr.J Box 321, Milford, Ohio-102 Kohler, Lois lSr.J 1401 Orchlee St., Pittsburgh, Penna.-47, 178, 200 Korbley, Maureen J. fFr.J 107 Haldane St., Crafton, Pa.-102 248 204, 206, 21 1 Korsan, Jean 1So.1 254 Adams St., Rochester, Pa.-96, 154, 155, 210 Kostrevic, Frances 1Jr.1 Fredericksburg, Ohio-72, 73, 127, 171, 220 Krenz, Eleanor Jane 1.lr.1 220 Freeport Road, Blawnox, Pa.-72, 73 Kribbs, Betty 1Sr.1 Kribbs Ave., Knox, Pa.-47, 190, 207, 208, 211 Krohn, Mary Jane 1Jr.1 15 S. Bruce St., Youngstown, Ohio-72, 73, 127, 177, 215, 216 Kulp, Lee 1So.1 320 Baxter St., Medina, Ohio-96, 153, 205, 226 Kunkle, Ellen 1So.1 137 Sandusky St., Fredericktown, Ohio-96, 133, 134, 160, 173, 227 Kuszner, Jadwiga Madzieia 1Sr.1 211 Fifteenth Ave., Nampa, Idaho-13, 47, 159, 217 Kyle, Louise 1Fr.1 Mahoningtown, Pa.-102, 134, 177, 228 L La Barr, Betty Lou 1Fr.1 322 Moore Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-102, 160, 170, 174, 186, 216, 228 Lapp, Zelma 1Fr.1 R. 1, Conesville, Ohio-102 Lawrence, Robert 1Jr.1 R. D. 9, Pittsburgh, Pa.-72, 73, 163, 176, 243 Lee, Jim 1Fr.1 Charleston St., Cadiz, Ohio-174, 239 Lemon, Jim 1Fr.1 41 E. Northrup Place, Buffalo, N. Y.-102 Le Page, Emma 1Fr.1 Box 193, Shreve, Ohio-102, 134, 217 Lewis, Mary Louise 1Sr.1 148 Marietta St., St. Clairsville, Ohio-47 Liebtag, Earl 1Fr.1 2022 Noble St., East Canton, Ohio-102, 174 Liggett, Glenn 1So.1 179 W. Main St., St. Clairsville, Ohio-96, 168 Linsenmayer, Ellen 1Fr.1 Rt. 1, Baltic, Ohio-102, 134 Linton, Bruce A. 1Fr.1 367 Clark St., Marseilles, lll.-102 Lo Presti, Michael 1.lr.1 519 Rosedale St., Pittsburgh, Pa -72, 73, 163, 237, 242 Lorimer, Jack 1Fr.1 815 Lincoln Place, Beaver Falls, Pa.-14, 102, 172, 181, 219 Lybrook, Roy 1Fr.1 Rt. 2, Camden, Ohio-102, 174 Lydic, Kenneth 1Sr.1 643 Evans St., Newark, Ohio-48, 149, 166, 167, 182 Lyons, Vera 1Fr.1 105 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, Ohio-102 M McAllister, Lois 1Jr.1 R. D. 3, Bellaire, Ohio-72, 73, 151, 171, 184 McAuley, J. William 1Fr.1 2007 Everett St., Youngstown, Ohio-102, 174 McBride, Jack William 1Jr.1 1223 Fifth Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa.-74, 75, 110, 204, 226 McCall, Peggy Ann 1So.1 844 Hurd Ave., Findlay, Ohio-96, 156, 157 McCann, John 1So.1 R. D. 4, McDonald, Pa.-96, 153, 176, 214, 216, 243 McClain, Edward 1So.1 175 Balph Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-96, 153, 198, 226 McClave, Ann 1Fr.1 724 Parrish St., Uhrichsville, Ohio-102, 134, 172 McClarren, Robert R. 1Sr.1 161 E. College St., Westerville, Ohio-48, 127, 165, 210 McCleary, John 1Fr.1 3452 Huntsville, Ohio-102, 174 McCleery, Eileen 150.1 108 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, Ohio-13, 96, 159, 217, 220 McCleery, Ralph, 1So.1 154 Stormont St., New Concord, Ohio-96 McClellan, Ann 1Sr.1 Rt. 4, Xenia, Ohio-48, 155 McConaughy, David L. 1Jr.1 10519 Frankstown Road, Wilkinsburg, Pa.-74, 75, 165, 183, 243 McCord, Betty 1Fr.1 505 Washington Ave., Louisville, Ohio-103, 134 McCorkle, Martha 1Jr.1 1650 W. Church St., Elmira, N. Y.-54, 74, 75, 159, 188, 199, 217 McCoy, Besse 150.1 379 Ohio St., Rochester, Pa.-96, 110, 158, 217 McCoy, Elverne 1Jr.1 379 Ohio St., Rochester, Pa.-74, 75, 127, 177, 217 McCoy, Mary Esther 1Fr.1 379 Ohio St., Rochester, Pa.-24, 103, 134, 173 McCracken, Dorothea 1Fr.1 Box 252, Glendale, W. Va.-14, 103, 119, 134, 172, 221 McCracken, Edward 1So.1 317 Mill Road, Upper Darby, Pa.-96, 169, 187 McCready, Warren G. 1Jr.1 147 Jennette Drive, Youngstown, O.-74, 75, 153, 187, 192, 194, 204, 214, 215, 216, 218 McCreery, Martha 1Jr.1 2434 Langdale Los Angeles, Calif.-74, 75, 206 McCreary, Paul 1Fr.1 College Corner, Ohio-103, 174, 219 McCreight, John 1Fr.1 151 Lakeside Drive, New Concord, Ohio-15, 103, 172, 219 McCrory, Charles 1Jr.1 5512 S. Throop St., Chicago, Ill.-74, 75, 168, 169 McCullough, Charles 1Sr.1 Rt. 1, New Galilee, Pa.-48, 162, 163, 176, 226, 241 McCulloch, Lois 1Sr.1 408 Armstrong Ave., Apollo, Pa.-48, 122, 190, 200, 220 McKee, Herbert C. 1Sr.1 Freeport, Ohio-48, 169, 176, 200 MacDonald, Mary 1So.1 R. D. 2, New Concord, Ohio-96 McDowell, David 1Jr.1 2311 Second St., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio-74, 75, 166, 233, 234, 237, 242 McGuire, Ann 1Fr.1 34 Twelfth Ave., Columbus, Ohio-103, 133, 134, 173, 228 McGuire, Jean 1Fr.1 157 Harper St., New Concord, Ohio-103 McKinley, Alex 1Fr.1 53 East Main St., New Concord, Ohio-103 McMillan, Dorothy 1Sr.1 608 E. High St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio-48, 159, 186 McMillan, Jane 1Sr.1 222 W. High St., Mt. Gilead, Ohio-48, 170, 171, 177, 197, 200, 207, 208, 214 McMillan, John 1Fr.1 222 W. High St., Mt. Gilead, Ohio-14, 15, 103, 173, 181 McMillan, John 1So.1 157 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, Ohio-96 McNeill, Jack 1Fr.1 311 Englewood St., New Castle, Pa.-103, 174 McNeill, Robert 1Sr.1 311 Englewood St., New Castle, Pa.-41, 48, 200 McNinch, Hilda 1Fr.1 Rt. 2, Carrollton, Ohio-103, 134, 216 McNinch, Ruth 1Fr.1 Rt. 2, Carrollton, Ohio-103, 134, 216 McNinch, Wilda 1Fr.1 Rt. 2, Carrollton, Ohio-103, 134, 216 Mackintosh, Mary Lou 1Fr.1 1031 West First St., Oil City, Pa.-103, 134, 174 Maharg, Ruth 1Jr1 191 W. Church St., Newark, Ohio-76, 77, 156, 157, 199 Mallernee, Ruth 1So.1 Smithfield, Ohio-96, 134 Mansell, Thomas G. 1Fr.1 2446 Dewey St., Munhall, Pa.-103, 172, 182 Mansfield, lsabel 1Fr.1 R. D. 1, Hibbetts, Ohio-103, 134, 228 Maple, Jim 1Fr.1 R. D. 1, Edgerton, Ohio-103, 172 Marchbank, Joe 1Jr1 Church Hill St., Adena, Ohio-76, 77, 110, 114, 125, 153, 176, 183, 205, 215, 241 Milan, Marincor 1Fr.1 590 Henderson Ave., Washington, Pa.-13, 173, 239 Mark, Hazel Ann 1Fr.1 303 Leasure Ave., New Castle, Pa.-103, 134, 216, 228 Marlier, Gladys 1Fr.1 101 Ramsey Ave., Carnegie, Pa.-14, 15, 103, 134 Marlotf, Bob 1Fr.1 8 Maple Ave., Glenshaw, Pa.-103, 235 Marshall, Bernice 1Fr.1 Chandlersville, Ohio-103, 131 Martsolf, Margaret 1So.1 204 Cedar Blvd., Pittsburgh, Pa.-96, 155 Mason, William 1.lr.1 19 Darby Road, Knox, Pa -76, 77, 163, 176, 186, 240 Matthews, Clilford 1So.1 2407 Maple Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-96, 54 Mathews, Jean 1So.1 739 Bellaire Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-96 Mayers, Mary Louise 1Jr.1 175 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, Ohio-76, 77, 156, 157 Maxwell, Darrell 1Fr.1 222 Shenango Blvd., Farrell, Pa.-103, 164 249 I 1 i A 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 l l 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 and 1 L l 1 'galv- Maxwell, John J. fJr.l 222 Shenango Blvd., Farrell, Pa.-16, 76, 77, 184, 185, 242 Meanor, Howard A. lSr.J R. D. 1, Cheswick, Pa.-48, 112 Merkel, Weldon CSL? Main St., Rayland, Ohio-49, 163, 233, 234 Merrick, Joe fSo.l 629 Oxford Blvd., Steubenville, Ohio-96, 231, 243 Milam, Lilly. fSo.l R. D. 2, New Concord, Ohio-96, 129 Miller, Edit Jane lFr.J 2349 Perrysville Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-103, 134, 216, 228 Miller, Joy lFr.J 1034 Taylor Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-103, 221 Miller, Marie Ur.1 222 Ninth Commercial, Steubenville, Ohio-76, 77, 179, 186, 189, 208 Miller, Mary CFr.l Manor House Farms, Morris, N. Y.-103, 134 Millholland, Donald QFr.J 46 South Wood, West Jetierson, Ohio-103, 239 Mitchell, Hope ULD 217 S. High St., Zelinople, Pa.-76, 77, 157 Mitchell, June fFr.l 6 E. Orchard Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-103, 221 Mock, Martha Helen fFr.J Rt. 5, Zanesville, Ohio-103, 134, 217 Moffat, Betty Mae CSo.l 5639 Hays St., Pittsburgh, Ohio-96, 170, 177 Montgomery, Betty CSo.J 529 Fordham Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-96, 157, 216 Montgomery, Harold fSr.J 169 Lakeside Drive, New Concord, Ohio-49, 166, 167 Montgomery, Mariorie CSo.J 145 Hollywood Ave., Youngstown, Ohio-96, 154, 155 Montgomery, Sarah lSo.J 4284 Harrison St., Bellaire, Ohio-96 Moore, Martha Ur.J 474 Coitsville Road, Youngstown, Ohio-78, 79, 170, 171, 178, 220 Moore, Paul CSo.l 110 Highland Ave., Washington, Pa.-96, 173 Morris, Jane fJr.J 229 Fairfield Ave., New Castle, Pa.-78, 79, 189 Morris, Sarah fSo. Macksburg, Ohio-35, 96, 134, 177 Morrison, Julius fFr.l 58 E. Main St., Norwich, Ohio-103 Morrow, Betty 150.1 155 N. Ridgeland St., Oak Park, lll.-96, 154, 155 Moses, William lFr.J 11 W. Wylie Ave., Washington, Pa.-13, 173, 239 Muhleman, Julia CSr.l 417 Bennett St., Bridgeport, Ohio-49, 157, 198, 200 Mull, Anna Jane fSr.l 232 North Market St., Ligonier, Pa.-49, 151, 156, 157, 197, 220 Muller, Wilda CSo.J 150 Chalfonte Ave., West View, Pa.-96, 228 -Murphy, James Sherman fSo.J Rt. 1, Flushing, Ohio--96, 150, 183, 187, 205, 233, 234 Myers, Dorothy fSo.l 830 S. Haine St., Alliance, Ohio-96, 134, 135, 161, 182, 190, 203 Myers, Marie fSr.J 1617 Greenwood Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-49, 136, 155 Myers, Martha Uni 122 Harrison St., Evans City, Pa.-78, 79, 134, 157, 190 Neff, Carolyn lFr.l Rt.2, Bellaire, Ohio-103, 172, 228, 134 Neff, Mary Clarice lFr.J 116 Maple St., Willard, Ohio-103, 228 Nehls, Julia J. fJr.J Chillicothe St., S. Charleston, Ohio-78, 79, 158, 159, 177 Nelson, l.eRoy R. lSr.J 1301 Main St., Aliquippa, Po.-49, 167 Neptune, John A. CSr.J 238 S. Lincoln Ave., Barnesville, Ohio-49 150, 164, 165, 176, 204, 206, 208, 209, 211 Newbrey, Wilma f.lr.J 1329 Wheeling Ave., Zanesville, Ohio-78, 79, 159 Nichols, Marian fSo.J 1971 Crofton Blvd., Crafton, Pa.-96, 134, 172, 186 Noble, Donna Ur.l 328 Maribeau St., Greenfield, Ohio-78, 79, 127, 177 Noble, Rex lFr.l 15 S. Depot St., New Concord, Ohio-103, 140 Norman, Bernice lSr.l Blaine, Ohio-49, 177 O Obley, Besse CSo.J 223 Sixth St., West Newton, Pa.-96, 155 Offenhauer, Lois fSo.l 1602 Rose Place, Cincinnati, Ohio-96, 134, 173 Oliver, Jane Anne Uni Portersville, Pa.-54, 78, 79, 134, 189, 190 Olson, Don R. CFr.i 437 Hower St., North Canton, Ohio-174 Onstott, Dorothy 1Sr.J 855 Brighton Blvd., Zanesville, Ohio-50, 170, 171, 176, 227 Onstott, Mary lSo.l 885 Brighton Blvd., Zanesville, Ohio-96, 151 Orum, Robert lFr.J 608 S. Seventh St., Cambridge, Ohio-103, 174 Osborne, Betty CFr.i 726 Pine St., Zanesville, Ohio-103, 134 Otterson, Ruth Engertha lSr.J R. D. 5, Butler, Pa.-50, 171, 198, 200, 210 P Packard, Lucy lFr.l 2576 Ashton Road, Cleveland Heights, Ohio-103 Padgitt, William Ur.J 1519 Blain Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-50, 169 Paine, Russell C. Ur.l 1815 Polk St., Aliquippa, Pa.-78, 79, 140, 163, 199 Palmer, Allen lSo.J 231 Kirk Ave., Barnesville, Ohio-97, 172 Parsons, Bettie fFr.J 116 Second St., N. W., New Philadelphia, Ohio-103, 160, 173 Parsons, George lFr.7 116 Second St., N. W., New Philadelphia, Ohio-103, 214, 219 Parsons, Lee fSo.l Ambassador Apts., 6, Fulton Road, Canton, Ohio-16, 97, 155, 177 Patterson, Calvin F. Uni 3357 N. Hope St., Philadelphia, Pa.-80, 81, 143, 169, 181, 184, 185, 186, 216, 240 Patton, Joan CFr.J White Cottage, Ohio-103, 134 Patton, Laura Joyce lSr.l 3341 N. E. 20th Ave., Portland, Oregon-50, 159, 181, 189, 200, 210 Peterson, Robert H. CSo.J 23 Oakwood Square, Millvole, Pa.-97, 167, 205 Pettengill, Beaton F. fFr.l 20 Huron Road, Bellerose, N. Y.-12, 103, 172 Pettay, Mariorie lSo.J 817 S. Mulberry St., Troy, Ohio-97, 160, 161, 176, 203 Phillips, Robert fJr.J R. D. 2, Bellaire, Ohio-80, 81 Pierce, Mary Annette CSr.J 2 Cross St., Fair Oaks, Pa.-50, 158, 159, 190 Pierson, Arthur E. fSr.D 2823 Stickney Ave., Toledo, Ohio-50, 150, 152, 153, 200, 211, 214 Pierson, Kathleen lSr.J 2823 Stickney Ave., Toledo, Ohio-50, 159, 197, 227 Pierson, Ray CFr.J 2823 Stickney Ave., Toledo, Ohio-103, 172,' 214 Pietrangelo, Julius W. 150.1 Smithfield, Ohio-97, 152, 153 Pipes, Richard lSo.l 529V2 W. Water St., Elmira, N. Y.-31, 97, 153, 192, 194, 210 Poland, Maralyn lFr.l Rt. 1 Pleasant Valley, Ohio-103 Pollock, Allen lSo.J Fairpoint, Ohio-97, 163 Pollock, Wesley fSo.J 205 E. Indiana Ave., Sebring, Ohio-130, 205 Pollock, Sterling lSo.l Woodside Ave., N. Canton, Ohio-97, 167, 176, 233, 235, 237 Porter, Elsie lSr.J 4 Locust Ave., Bridgeport, Ohio-50, 149, 157, 200 Porterfield, Marybelle lSr.J 106 N. Marietta St., St. Clairsville, Ohio-50, 157, 200 Porteus, Irene lFr.i Rt. 2, Coshocton, Ohio-104, 228 Priaulx, Mariorie Ur.1 515 Clark St., Cambridge, Ohio-80, 81 Priaulx, William Ur.l 515 Clark St., Cambridge, Ohio-80, 81, 169, 242 Priess, Mary Gene CSo.J 118 W. Evers St., Bowling Green, Ohio-97, 151, 155, 177, 203 Prior, Maryetta lSo.J 260 Wardman Road, Kenmore, N. Y.-97 250 Prior, Raletta CSo.D 260 Wardman Road, Kenmore, N. Y.-97 Proctor, uth lSo.J 823 N. Fifth St., Cambridge, Ohio-97, 157 Purdy, Gene lSo.J 25630 Southfield Road, Detroit, Michigan-97, 215, 216, 228 R Ramsey, Harold lJr.1 806 N. Third St., Dennison, Ohio-80, 81, 166, 167, 183, 237, 238, 240, 244 Ramsey, Robert lSr.J Charleston St., Cadiz, Ohio-50, 141, 142, 165, 200 Ramsey, Wayne lSr.J 90 W. Main St., New Concord, Ohio-51, 165, 219 Rankin, Betty CFr.J 1034 Main St., Wellsville, Ohio-104, 134, 221 Rankin, Harry W. lSr.J 1934 Main St., Wellsville, Ohio-51, 176, 214, 218 Redmond, Glenn R. lFr.i 44 Water St., Poland, Ohio-104, 174 Reed, George Ur.J 822 Florida Ave., Akron, Ohio-80, 81, 150, 168, 169, 193, 194, 214, 218 Renfrew, James l.lr.J 1206 Pennsylvania Ave., Steubenville, Ohio-80, 81, 163, 176, 241, 243 Reynolds, Edna Faye lJr.J E. Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio-80, 81, 120, 159, 182 Reynolds, Janice lFr.1 891 Nela View Road, Cleveland, Ohio-14, 15, 104, 134, 173, 177 Reynolds, John ULD Hendrysburg, Ohio-82, 83, 165, 199 Rhine, Sally Uni 3213 Crooks Road, Royal Oak, Michigan-82, 83, 156, 157, 203, 216, 220, 221 Rick, J Riddle, Riddle, im lSo.i 1092 Bruce St., Washin ton, Pa.-97, 173 lois lJI'.1 222 Fifth Ave., Chamiersburg, Pa.-82, 83, 171, 179 Ruth lFr.J 222 Fifth Ave., Chambersburg, Pa.-104, 134, 170, 174, 221 Rife, Cecilia lJr.J 110 Main St., New Concord, Ohio-82, 83, 171, 196 Ri ner, Alfred lFr.J 1122 Main St., Wellsburgh, Pa.-104, 222 Rogbbe, Ange fSo.J 447 Rosedale St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-97, 163, 184, 243 Roberts, Paul iSr.J Blue Rock, Ohio-51, 162, 197, 233 Robertson, Dorothy lSr.J 836 Lincoln Ave., Steubenville, Ohio-51, 159, 181, 200, 210 Robertson, James E. l.lr.J 344 Woodlawn Ave., Cambridge, Ohio-82, 83, 167, 233, 235, 237, 238 Robinson, Doris Jean fSo.J 203 N. Clay St., Zelienople, Pa.--97, 140, 156, 157, 190, 203 Robinson, Jean lSo.J 5516 Bryant St., Pittsburgh Pa.-97, 134 Rogers, Charlotte lSo.J 719 Carlisle St., New Castle, Pa.-97, 155 Rolls, Mary Uni 960 Eastman St., Zanesville, Ohio-30, 82, 83 Rose, George lSr.J R. D. 2, Mt. Pleasant, Pa.-51, 169, 200, 214, 215, 218 Rosecrans, Max lSo.J 201 Roosevelt Ave., McDonald, Pa.-97, 167 Roy, Isabel l.lr.i 1 East High St., New Concord, Ohio-13, 82, 83, 171, 176, 189, 220 Roy, Mark KFr.J 1 East High St., New Concord, Ohio-13, 104, 239 Russell, Rutan, Sailors, Robert KSo.J 12 Troy Place, Schenectady, N. Y.-93, 97, 240 Glenn C. lJr.J 45 Rosewood Ave., Washington, Pa.-82, 83, 114, 167, 233, 235 S Gene lFr.J 283 Crestwood Ave., Wadworth, Ohio-104, 134, 172 Schaefer, Jeanne G. lSo.J 1123 Fourth Ave., Beaver Falls, Pa.-97, 129, 157, 186 Schieritz, Robert Ur.1 295 Maple Ave., Bellevue, Pa.-84, 85, 153, 181 Schmutx, Alice 150.1 240 lndianola Road, Youngstown, Ohio-97, 203 Schultz, Donald lSo.i Stratton, Ohio-97, 165 Schultz, Paul lSo.i Stratton, Ohio-13, 97, 165 Schurnacker, Ferne lJr.J 525 Tuscarawas Ave., New Philadelphia, Ohio-30, 84, 85 Scott, Seal, I Seaver, laurabel lFr.J 44 Kensington Ave., Zanesville, Ohio-104 rvin lSo.J Woodsfield, Ohio-97, 165 Jeanne lJr.J 35 Creighton Ave., Crafton, Pa.-84, 85 Secrest, Eloise Uni 411 Eppley Ave., Zanesville, Ohio-84, 85, 181, 182, 206, 208 Seeley, Helen Ur.J 3906 State Ave., Ashtabula, Ohio-84, 85, 134 Sellars, Sarah lJr.1 1411 Nassau Blvd., Charlotte, N. C.-84, 85, 134 Serdula, George lSr.D R. D. 2, St. Clairsville, Ohio-51, 166, 167, 233, 235 Shadle, George lSo.J 68 Hawthorne Ave., Crofton, Pa.97, 150, 163, 185, 187, 205, 234, Shamp, Shaw, Shay, John H. lJr.1 1941 Myrtle Ave., Zanesville, Ohio-84, 85, 153, 226 Don lFr.1 329 Kenmore Ave., Bay Village, Ohio-104, 174 John R. lSo.J 432 E. 8th St., Erie, Pa.-97, 163, 234, 244 Shegog, Jack lSo.J 174 Thompson Ave., New Concord, Ohio-97, 165, 176 Sherman, Sher Ur.J 411 N. Tenth St., Cambridge, Ohio-84, 85 Shields, Mary 'Ellen lFr.i Duncan Falls, Ohio-104 Shoup, Shutt, Mary Glenna lSr.J Fresno, Ohio-51, 179, 227 Eleanor Ann lFr.1 630 Willow Grove Ave., Glenside, Pa.-104, 133, 173, 228 Simcox, Donald lJr.J 304 Mehafley Court, Cambridge, O.-86, 87, 150, 168, 169, 176, 183, 196, 204, 205 216 243 Simlik, Wilbur ULD 527 Lakewood Ave., Youngstown, Ohio-86, 87, 150, 164, 180, 181, 194, 210, 219 Simpson, Jane lFr.1 713 S. Main St., Bellefontaine, Ohio-104, 134 Skelley, Bob lFr.J 115 Card Ave., Wilmerding, Pa.-104, 111, 135, 173, 219. Slater, Slasor, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smithn Dorothy lSo.J 162 Montgomery Blvd., New Concord, O.-98, 159, 186. Allen lFr.i R. D. 3, lore City, O. Betty lFr.1 Main St., Sutersville, O.-104, 134. Donald E. Uni 153 E. Main St., New Concord, O.-86, 87, 114, 153, 198, 205, 208. Eleanor KSr.1 211 S. Main St., Cadiz, O.-51, 159, 207. John Ur.l R. D. 6, Cambridge, O.-86, 87, 167, 233. Marian W. lFr.1 126 Cleveland Ave., Avalon, Pa.-104. Mary H. lFr.J 712 Taylor Ave., Cambridge, O.-104, 228. Mary Jane lFr.1 111 West Main St., New Concord, O.-104, 228. Priscilla lJr.1 Community Springs, Rochester, Pa -86, 87, 158, 159. Robert lSr.J 314 N. Detroit St., Xenia, O.-52, 168, 169. er, Eric Ward lSr.1 4414 Haight Ave., Cincinnati, O.-52, 150, 163, 179, 182, 210. Snodgrass, Jean Elda lSo.l 307 11th St., Conway, Pa -98, 177, 216. Speelrnan, Evelyn Uni 958 Oxford St., Turtle Creek, Pa.-86, 87, 155. Speelman, Mae lFr.i 958 Oxford, Turtle Creek, Pa.--104. Spieva k, Virginia lSo.1 512 W. Deloson St., Youngstown, O.-98, 152, 158, 159. Sprague, Beatrice lSr.J 115 N. 21st. St., Newark, O.-52 Spurgeon, James lSo.J R. D. 2, Walhonding, O.-34, 98, 153, 182, 241. Stahl, Donald Ur.J South Mill, Dalton, O.-86, 87, 183, 217, 242 Steenson, Thomas Ur.J 980 Glanco St., Pittsburgh, Pa.-86, 87, 114, 176, 183, 186, 234 Stevens, Ruth Anne lJr.J 137 Lakeside Drive, New Concord, O.-23, 88, 89, 134, 157, 184, Stiers, Stingel Mary Jean lSo.1 Adamsville, O,-98, 157, 221. , Frances lSo.1 R. D. 6, Mansfield, O.-98, 134, 217. Stockdale, Wayne lJr.i Main Street, Philo, O.-34, 88, 89. Stockum, George lSr.J 60 Maple Ave., New Concord, O.-52, 152, 153, 176, 209. 243 206, 217, 220 251 Stoner, John lFr.J 162 Harper St., New Concord, O.-104. Storie, Rae lJr.J Boving Center, N. Y.-88, 89, 171. Stormont, Mariean CFr.J 3223 E. Overlook Road, Cleveland Heights, O.-104, 228. Stuper, Branko fFr.D 500 Henderson Ave., Washington, Pa.-235. Swackhamer, Ralph fSo.i Orchard Ave., Zanesville, O.-98, 163. Swagler, John W. CJr.J 425 Morewood Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-88, 89, 182. Sweitzer, Robert E. lSr.J 4104 Southern Blvd., Youngstown, O.-52, 145, 168, 169, Swigart Shelley fSo.J 307 Trust Bldg., Newark, O.-98. T Taber, Joseph J. lSr.1 244 S. Aiken Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.-52, 169, 176, 181, 194. Taggart, Ralph CJr.1 719 Taylor Ave., Avalon, Pa.-45. Tannehill, Ruth fJr.D Antrim, O.-13, 88, 89, 179. Tansey, Phyllis lFr.D 837 Chester Ave., Avalon, Pa.-11, 104, 172. Taylor, Gordon CSo.J 4804 Morris St., Philadelphia, Pa.-126. Tessmer, Eileen fFr.1 Hartville O.-104. Thatcher, Wayn e L. CFr.J 451 N. Fifth sf., cambridge, O.-104, 174. ' Thomas, Clarence CFr.i 12 E. Paxton Ave., Wheeling, W. Va.-104, 172,121,71. 187, 195, 198, 206, 2645 206, 211 Thomas, Mary Lee CSo.J 413 N. Lincoln Ave., Barnesville, O.-98, 134.1:11- 1 Thompson, John B. CJr.J R. D. 7, New Castle, Pa.-88, 89, 150. .1 1.11. Triplitt, Mary Lucille CFr.J 508 S. Sixth St., Coshocton, O.-104, 158. Triplitt, Sally C.lr.D 508 S. Sixth St., Coshocton, O.-88, 89, 112,..158, 159. Trithart, Albert CSr.J 114 Penna. Ave., Big Run, Pa.-53, 153. 11 62 Triihart, Robert ULD 114 Penna. Ave., Big Run, Pa.-88, 89,i 153,' Turner, Arthur A. fSr.J 607 Dresden St., East Liverpool, O.-53, 166, 167. Turner, Kenneth CFr.J 607 Dresden St., East Liverpool, O.-104, 132, 174, 214. U ' ' Uber, Marian CSo.J 316 Main St., Bowling Green, O,.498,'1l8, 154, 155, 203. V. Vandenborcl, Eugene fSo.J 1113 Maplewood Ave., Ambridge, Pa.-15, 98, 150, 165, Van Dyke, Helen Jean CFr.J 929 Chestnut St., Donora, Pa.-104. Van Gunten, Ray CSo.J 1124 N. Cory St., Findlay, O.-98, 162, 163, 233, 235. Van Horne, Betty lSr.J 303 Triangle St., Dayton, O.-53, 171, 227. Vorhis, Dorothy Jean fFr.J 130 E. Main St., E. Palestine, O.-104, 134. W Wahl, Helen lSo.1 202 N. Jackson St., Evans City, Pa.-98, 133, 134, 151, 156, 157. Waldie, Jean CSo.J R. D. 4, White Oaks Heights, Pittsburgh, Pa.-98, 171, 228. Wales, Margaret lSo.D 36 Walnut St., Abington, Mass.-98, 160, 173. 205, 216, 226 Walker, Jon lSo.1 202 Fifth St., McDonald, Pa.-98, 167, 244. Walker, Margaret lJr.D Adena, O.-88, 89, 151, 160, 161, 190. Walker, Martha CJr.7 Neffs, O. Wallace, Eleanor Ur.J Bethel Heights, Irwin, Pa.-90, 91, 170, 171, 198. Wallace Warden, Bonnie fSo.J 1601 Bluff St., Zanesville, O.-98, 134. Warden, Ellen l.lr.J R. D. 1, Winterset, O.-90, 91, 127. Warner , Jeanne lSo.1 1334 Hickory St., Abilene, Texas-98, 171. Weed, Margaret lSr.1 Waterville, O.-53, 127, 159, 182, 210. Welden, Betty lSr.J 93 Roycraft Ave., Mt. Lebanon, Pa.-30, 53, 159, 200. Wells, Jerry Harold lFr.1 331 DeMott Ave., Teaneck, N. J.-104. Weston, Mary Ruth lFr.1 611 Spring St., Grove City, Pa.-104, 134. , Joanna Mary fSo.1 107 W. Jelterson, Crawfordsville, Ind.-98, 126, 186, 217. White, Earl lJr.1 31 Kenworth Road, Columbus, O.-90, 91, 164, 165, 176, 209. 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