Nebraska Wesleyan University - Plainsman Yearbook (Lincoln, NE)

 - Class of 1911

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Wing, to OXO? 23,29 45,9 fear re 6, EA51- Wmfif '70 Off Q-39,672 455 'Pe 456 I 5.6 Hfgrmy 0 H 04 ffl? 4,64 6 Mcove f Af P 16 f We 600 4001, 13,20 wc, ff Q J , , I 1 The .1 I Chtlagaenfs IM 500 com C' K' qtlACTl'O!'Z MMM mc T 11 UPF Gigi' Room Z' T! 450 ALQOYQ he out 45? Rejlefiartg a Li bRerfz'An'5 J Desk SOCKS 74ffChAeoLo3f vfflcore THE GUIDE TO THE LIBRARY East Wing Reference Books History Alcove Sociology Aicove Fine Arts Aleove North Wing The ChiIdren's Room Bible Alcove Ethics Alcove Biology Alcove Astronomy Alcovo West Wing Archaeology Alcove Fiction Alcove Seven Day Books Modern Literature Magazine Room Entrance Libra.rian's Desk E71 The East Wing REFERENCE Books A guide to the history of the last eventful week of the eventful school year, giving an Calender outline of important happenings of the Com- mencement Week of the year 1911. A Guide to Biographical Works Lives of those honored men who have fur- nished their talents of organization, and Trustees Shekels of fulfillment, for prosperity and achievement in the Land of the Coyote and the Sunflower. Lives of those illustrious men who have contributed of their brow-and brain-sweat, Faculty to the development of the youth at the Ne- braska Wesleyan. f- A Nag 2 1 FQ - !'!e!-"naive-gg!! if' 'Ei .-.fini Ill I Q lime 4 Y Q... ,I-14,5 y:i 1'1 Q f'9EL, HELL. CF X N 1 4 Q lk , J' p 'mf--1 ' ef' B: - -. A L-at P' Ne fi """ ,., AI Il ll I 4 llllll . , , i - Z "1 5: ' , '- 2.1 -3- 1 E31 Twenty-Second Commencement ORDER OF EXERCISES THURSDAY, JUNE FIRST 8:00 P. M.-Open session program of the Theophanian Literary Societies. -Auditorium FRIDAY, JUNE SECOND 8:00 P. M.-Senior class play. -Auditorium SUNDAY, JUNE FOURTH 10:30 A, M.-Baccalaureate se.mon by Chancellor-Emeritus DeWitt Clinton Hunt- ington, D. D., L-L. D., L. H. D. -First Methodist Church 2:00 P. M.-The Inauguration of Chancellor Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M. -First Methodist Church 4:00 P.M.-Union Services of the Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C, A. and Epworth League -First Methodist Church 8:00 P. M.-Greetings to the University. -First Methodist Cihuroh ' MONDAY, JUNE FIFTH 10:00 A. M.-Ivy Day of the College of Liberal Arts. Ivy Day Oration: Lyman Leigh Hanthorne Class Poem: Fay Dorothy Shetler. -On the Campus 2:00 P.M.-Academy Class Day Exercises -Auditorium 3:30 P. M.-The Annual Baseball game, Seniors vs. Faculty -Johnson Athletic Field 8:00 P. M.-Annual Concert of the Conservatory of Music -St. Paul's Church, Lincoln TUESDAY, JUNE SLYTH 10:00 A. M.-Anniversary of the Alumni Association -Auditorium 2:00 P. M.-Annual meeting of the Board of Trustees 2:00 P. M.-Annual meeting of the Woman's Wesleyan Educational Council 8:00 P. M.-Annual Recital of the School of Expression and Oratory -Auditorium WEDNE SD AY, JUNE SEVENTH 10:00 A. M.-The Twenty-Second Annual Commencement Commencement Day Oration: The Honorable Herbert S. Hadley, Governor of Missouri. Presentation of Degrees by Chancellor Clark Adelbert Fulmer. Announcement of Honors. -Auditorium 1:00 P. M.-Alumni Luncheon. , 2:30 P.M.-Alumni Business Meeting and Initiation of new members. L93 The Board of Trustees OFFICERS John A. Slater, President John M. Stewart, Vice-President William G. Bishop, Secretary-Treasurer Executive Committee Albert L. Johnson William G. Bishop, ex-officio George E, Johnson Melville D. Cameron Isaac F. Roach John N, Dryden Jfohn A. Slater, ex-officio Clark A. Fulmer, ex-oiiicio John M. Stewart James R. Gettys Stephen K. Warrick William Gorst George H. Hornby At Large Bishop Henry White Warren, University Park, Colorado. Bishop John L. Nuelsen, Omaha, Nebraska. Chaplain Orville J. Nave, 2505 So. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, California. N ebrask Term Expires John M. Stewart, Lincoln ..,.,.......,... 1911 Albert L. Johnson, Uni. Place ..... William G. Bishop, Uni. Place ...... .1911 1912 a Conference Term Expires James R. Gettys, David City ..,.... .1913 Isaac F. Roach, Lincoln .................. 1913 Nolrman A, Martin, Hastings ........ 1914 Richard N. Orrill, Beatrice ............ 1914 North Nebraska Conference H. Hirst Millard, Albion ...........,...... 1911 Melville D. Cameron, Omaha .......... 1913 J. W. Jennings, Kansas City, Mo .... 1912 D. K. Tindall, Norfolk ...................... 1914 George H. Main, Central 'City ........ 1912 J. W. Towle, Omaha .......................... 1914 William Gorst, Wayne ............ .,.,...... 1 913 N , Northwest Nebraskzi Conference A. R. Julian, Gordon ........................ 1911 Stephen K. Warrick, Alliance ........ 1913 Winfred L. Mills, Gord-on ................ 1911 W. S, Gillam, Chadron .................... 1913 J. B. 'Ca1'nS, Ainsworth .................... 1912 George H. Hornby, Valentine ....,... 1914 Hugh A. Allen, Atkinson ........,..,,... 1912 - West Nebraska Conference John N. Dryden, Kearney ................ 1911 Charles C. Wilson, Holdrege ........ 1912 B. F. Gaither, Lexington ..,,.,......,..... 1912 Allen Chamberlain, North Platte .... A. Otis I-Iinson, Syracuse .....,..,,..... George E. Johnson, North Loup... .1913 John A. Slater, Holdrege ................ 1914 L. H. Shumate, Kearney ................ 1914 1913 Alumni .1912 Thios. M. Wimberley, Unig Place .... 1911 U01 el P Qlnllrgv nf -Hlihvra Aria ..... l TH E DEAN CLARK ADELBERT FULMER Professor Of Physiology cmd Hygiene Ph. B, Nebraska Wesleyan University 1898 A. M. University of Nebraska 1910 Booster CHANCELLOR-EMERITUS DeW1TT CLINTON HUNTINGTON Professor of Enyflislt Bible D. D, Genesee College 1868 Syracuse 1874 LL. D. Syracuse 1899 L. I-I.D. Syracuse 1907 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1898 Chancellor of the Nebraska Wesleyan University 1898 Chancellor-Erneri'tus 1908 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1908 Acting 'Chancellor since 1910 Chancellor 1911 E131 CHARLES DUNI-IAM ROSE Professor of Dvfcctlzenzat-ics cmd Astfronomy Ph. B. Depauvv University 1883 A.M. Depauw University 1893 Delta Kappa Epsilon, Depauw In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1890 ABBIE CORNELIA BURNS Professor of Gefrmcm A. B. University of Nebraska 1893 A. B Nebraska Wesleyan University 1892 A. M. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1894 Orophilian, Wesleyan In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1898 FRANClS ASBURY ALABASTER Profcsso-r or Greek cmd Latin A. B. Northwestearn University 1890 A. M. University of Nebraska 1898 Phi Kappa Psi, Northwestern Phi Beta Kappa, Northwestern Booster ln Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni versity since 1893 U31 VVILLIAM GEORGE BISHOP Profcsso-r of Geology cmd Geography Registrcm' LL. B. University of Nebraska 1900 B. S. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1906 A. M, University 'of Nebraska 1909 In Faculty of the Nebar-aska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1906 Registrar since 1909 ELIAS HERBERT WELLS Professor of History cmd Political Science Ph. B. Depauw University 1900 A. M, University of Illinois 1901 Phi Beta Kappa, Depauw In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1902 ' ZORA GOODWIN CLEVENGER Po ofessoo of Physical Education Class of 1904 University of Indiana Graduate of The Chautauqua High Schiool of Directors 1905 Phi Gamma Delta, Indiana In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1907 U41 LEROY DEY SWINGLE ii Professor of Zoology Ph. B. Lafayette College 1904 Ph.D. University of Nebraska. 1908 In Faculty of tfhe Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1908 sSucceeded by: HOMER BARKER LATIMER A. B. University of Minnesota-1907 A. M University of Minnesota 1908 Sigma Xi, Minnesota Honorary Botanical Society, Minnesota Biological Society of Washington, D. C. American Association for the Advancement of Science JOHN CHRISTIAN JENSEN Professor of Phy sics B. S. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1909 Theophanian, Wesleyan HERMAN CHURCHILL Professor of English A. B. Syracuse University 1894 A. M. University of Wisconsin 1902 Phi Beta Kappa, Syracuse In Faculty of 'the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 E151 versity since 1909 ' fl ff i f f M mf fb 1 , ' if 4 I f fd' af IW if BERTHA WVATT MCPHOUD P-r0fess0'r of Roznlmcc Lfmgulcoges Ph. B. Baker University 1909 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 BENJAMIN WHITMAN VAN RIPER J'o'ojessm' of Plrilosoplzgf A. B. Alleghany College 1905 Ph. D. Boston University 1908 Phi Beta Kappa, Alleghany Boo-ster - In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 CYRUS VANCE WILLIAMS Pfrufessm- of Botany B.Ecl. Peru 1909 A. M. University of Nebraska 1910 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1910 E161 ANDREW JACKSON SELTZER Professor of Ohcmisl-ry B. S. University cf Missouri 1907 Met. Eng, University of Missouri 1910 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1910 PHOEBE MAY 1-IOPPER A ilssistemt Professor of' E uglislf, A. B. University of Nebraska 1896 A. M. University of Nebraska 1901 Phi Beta Kappa, Nebraska In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1901 RAY JAMES SCARBOROUGH Assistant Professor of Geology cmd G-eogmphy A. BA. University of Nebraska 1909 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-- versity since 1909 E173 Uhr I Parhmi' Qinllrgv .... Y, 0 THE DEAN BERTRAM EVERETT' MCPROUD' Pfrofessm' of Eclucation, A. B. Baker University 1900 A. M, University of Cvhicagjo 1908 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1909 HSI EMMA WILHELMSON Supermtenclent ofthe Ql'm'i'ming School A. B. University of Nebraska 1902 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 EFFIE HASKINS ABBOTT Prfimafry Critic Graduate of the Nebraska State Normal School 1902 Graduate of the Nebraska Kindergarten A Course In Faculty of the Nebraska. Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 LILLIAN MAY BEACH iSupm'im5endent of the Kindev"gcm'ten Graduate of the Training Course, Nebraska Wesleyan University 1904 Student at the New England Conservatory of Music In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1905 E191 Svrhnnl uf ibeprvnzinn emit 0Bratnrg ..... THE PRINCIPAL WALLACE EUGENE KNOX Pvofessor Qf Elocution B. E. Drake University 1893 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1910 E201 Svrhnnl l nf A ' 'fs Qlnmmrrrr 1 1 1 4 5 1 l THE DIRECTOR MANLEY JEFFERSON EVANS M. Accts., Iowa City Commercial College 1903 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1904 E211 FRED HARRIS GOING ' Assistcmt Instructoo' in Shwtiwmd and Touch Typeurriting. In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1904 - E221 MRS. TI-IERESA GOING lnstmctoo' in Shorthcmd and Touch Typewwtmg In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Un versity since 1903 - V X' 3 'Y 'bi S Ihp 1, X ' l Qlnnavrlm inrg nf Munir.. ' 'r THE DIRECTOR JOHANNES MAGENDANZ Berlin University Private Pupil of Klindworth In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1909 CLEMENS MOVIUS Hacccl ofllw Voice liapcvrriment Studied in Berlin and Paris Pupil of Sbriglia In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1906 E241 ANTON F.STECHELEx ' 'm"" Head of tlie Violin Depcwtmeiii Ooncluctor ofthe University String Quowtettes Private Pupil of Hollaender, Berlin A member of the Riccaly String Quartette In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1909 E251 FRANCES VIRGINIE MELTON Head of the Theofreticai Depowtfnzent First Assistant Instructor in Picmo Illinois W'oman's College Pupil of Sherwood, Swayne, Bauer In Faculty of the Nebraska. Wesley-an Uni- versity Vsince 1910 LZGI MARY ALENE SMITH Ifnstructor in Pismo Professor of History of Music Insiiuctoi' in Pipe Orgcm B. S. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1887 Student in the New England Conservatory of Music In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1896- H. ADEN ENYEART Insta-u.ctoo' in Voice Graduate of the Nebraska Wesleyan Conservatory of Music In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1907 E271 OSCAR HARLEY GREENE Instructor in Bcmcl cmd O'rc7Lesto'oc Gnracluate Milton College School of Music 1901 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni-A versity since 1911 E281 ROWENA CLARE CROMER Instructor in Pwmo Graduate of the Nebraska Wesleyan Con- servatory of Music 1909 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- ,versity since 1909 .f 74 I 'fi' 'z 'QA iw 22 'S' if . -' he . A 1-253952-Izizl5515552-2:351f :III 4I:3551i:k"1'33:2551515923515:1:2::I:I:I:I:w.1- ' 'W - - 9 . 1 ,yn-1-11.1V1-er:-1-M.:.--,-1-:,:,::::11-axes.-.l-l-'3sg4,1f-2-:v.:.s-4-.4164 iff:-1-+11-1ze.:-1-z.:-1-:.. QW . 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' wx 'Q X x ,g x 4 X " X Q6 slllma 3 HM, "' 'N FUW , 'i I-f-9,1 - fm- WARREN THOMPSON lnsimctoi' in Latin Theophanian, Wesleyan versity since 1910 A. B. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1907 A. M. University of Nebraska 1911 In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Un 4- "" ' H - 1 ,ffl .lfifyi fl Ire" , ,, .. , 6: W M 1 fn l f glfff . X .. 51 3 - I T. x 1. FV .1 lf' 1 ww ,' , A a in :vw - A 1 ' 1, if ' rv, - , . l-.Y-fl 2 sf-'s,w'9e': 1f 1' fy- , V :fax-'I -, - ,, 4-12, V - ,.s-.34 'f "-,, , ' . 71' ,-,fgy ,V . mai, I. Elms is 434-kgs I be 'ENGL ff ,Nw - is .,.. - f - f. W" lf- V .. -' il-'-'E1'a::e.. f-, ' ' .K ' f- -1 - f Q 54 'V ,. ' A 92. Q: if .PIEQ .. . .,- .V -1 V A 1 gi- ' ' , , 1 A' - - N ., ' ., ' V . 5 1 5 5- - Wa., si 4. i X .Q1 ,I.'fff?f,,i?5- .1 ' 1 ' L -, nf- . . f- nn: Q J -ssf-sygszag - ' . 'f i ,Q -2,x:jXiZ: Q, ,, , Q , i-:j+.jf2fi2G:Q'-lfE2'f I-, - :,- , ' ., , - -'e -"' if K,'-'5NfEl.3'.f:.-:'g'VII ' ,, - -'3 1-5 if--Z -W-5Eg.,s,i,I,,p K 'Q E301 S F ----...ww . -w.-s.--- ...,.,,-W--,.,R,. A o o o o THE DIRECTOR HENRY HOWARD BAGG In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan University since 1906 E311 ANNA FAY I-IANSON Distr-ucto-1' in Ceimonics, Arts and Cmfts B. L. Berea College 1902 Cincinnati Academy of Art, Member of Handicraft Guild ' In .Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 ' ADA MAY INGLES Libmricm B. S. Doane College 1898 Illinois ,State Library School In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1902 EFFIE ELDORA DETRICK Assistant Reg'isto'cm' A. B. Nebraska Wesleyan University 1906 Theophanian, Wesleyan In Faculty of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity since 1909 A E321 331 The East Wisng HISTORY ALCOVE THE col.1.EoE OF LIBERAL ARTS w U Seniors Modern Hlstory Class of 1911 Juniors Class of 1912 Medieval History Sophornores Class of 1913 D . Freshmen Anclent History Class of 1914 , 3 M 0 N 1 uw gagxlllw L- ' 'wirmxwi I1 ww f 1 cami. 1104 E341 The Ivy Day Orator LYMAN LEIGH HANTHORNE E351 y V A E351 X X XXX F ,X X XX NX. lx ,,,, X XX Q ,Q xx CLASS OFFICERS A Second Sefmester President, Edna Higgins Vice Pvesident, Roy Lenfest Seeretcvry. Kathryn Hardin T1'easwreo', Don R. Leech ' Sevgeczn,t-cat-cmims, Anno M. H - 5 Labta Snider College Council 3 Merle Thomp ELFIIIS SOD CLASS OFFICERS First Semester Pfresidefnt, John W. Starr Vice Pvesident, Grace Fr-isbie Sec'reta1"y, Edna Higgins Toeaszwer, Roy Lenfest Sergecmt-at-cwms, Carl Mey College Councili I1f3gfaB 635114 S d is ,, E371 J MODERN HISTORY Freshman Arthur Palmer ........ .,... P resident ........,..... ,,,,,,, J onn 1, Mcvay John Duey ....,........ .Vice-President ,,,.,.,. .,........,..,..... E va Greenslit Lucile Stanley ........ .,...., S ecretary ....... ....,.,.,,..,,,........ L ucile Stanley Eva Greenslit .....,. ....... T reasurer ..... J. Malcolm Showalter Sophomore J. Malcolm Showalter ...,... ........... P resident ...... ......... E rnest Smith Wayne Atwell .,.....,.,..T... ........, V ice-President ..,,..... ...,..... . John I. McVay Edith Riley .,........ .........,. S ecretary .......... .,,..... H elen Wightman Bert Bessire ......... ..,.... T reasurer ...... ...,..,e.... R oy Lenfest Junior Lucile Stanley .,,,.... Inez Palmer .,....... .....Pres1dent......,... .........Vice-President. ........Ca1'rol Simonds Greenslit Latta Snider .........,.. ........... S ecretary ..,,...... t.,,.... D ora Johnson Carrol Simonds .,....... ...... T reasulrer ...... ,.....,. R oy Lenfest Senior John W, Starr ........ ..... P resident ....,i..., ....,w.,. E dna Higgins Grace Frisbie ....,..... ...,.,. V ice-President ....Y.. .........,. R oy Lenfest Edna Higgins ....... ..... S ecretary ......i .,,.. Kathryn Hardin Roy Lenfest ................,........................... .... T treasurer .......i..,,.,i ..........,,,............. D on R. Leech A glance over the personal sketches of members of the class of 1911 is enough to show where we stand. Never in the history of Wesleyan was there a class of whicfh more can be said. When we were Freshmen our class was the largest class that had ever entered the university. This year we have the dis- tinction of being the largest class to graduate from this ins-tituion. As Freshmen we were alive and bubbling over with the strongest class spirit. Just recall, sedate Seniors, some of those strenuous class meetings. We were so enthusiastic we had many an evening meeting, actually had a class song and made our own pennants. Even our yell was such ia splendid one that it has been reserved through our four years. Just the swing of that "Rat-er-ter- tratn makes one feel like moving. The social phase of our class is one that shall be remembered by ail: Skating parties, potato roasts, hay rack rides, are only a part ot our various "bums.', Then when it comes to special convocations, were always to be counted among the rare entertainers, everything from lullabies to mock-Faculty being in our line of presentations. As to honors: . Freshman ,, University champion debate. The team: Faith Claflin, Ethel McAfee, John I. McVay. Inter-Class Basket Ball Championship. Sophomore Inter-Class Oratorical Contest. William A. Crossland, winner, Junior Senior-Junior basket ball gameg won. Junior-Senior Tug-of-War, won by the Juniors. Inter-Class Oratorical Contest, William A. Crossland, winner. Senior University Championship in basket ball. Inter-Class Oratorical contest, William A. Crossland, the winner. Senior-Faculty basket ball game. Won by the Senio-rs-17 to 16. Senior-Faculty BASE BALL game ! ! E381 The College of Liberal Arts Leonard Oswald Anderson, Minden Everett Wiinner of Track medal, 1910 and 1911 "Wm Club Q"His solemn face, and saintly air Doth deceive the unaware." CMarriedJ Wayne Jason Atwell, University Place Theophanian Editor of the WESLEYAN 1910, Inter-Soci- ety Council, University Orchestra, Class Play, Coyote Staff II"One in Faith, hope and love." fMarriedJ Earl Boyd Balch, University Place Q"An affable and courteous gentleman." Bert Austin Bessire, Laurel The-ophanian Winner of Warrick Memorial Prize for Scholarship 1910 College Council, Class Play. lI"And when a lady's in the case, You know all other things give fplacef, firm-iefiy Grace Edna Beckwith, Beatrice Orophilian Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q"Same old story, same old song, Same old fellow all year long? William Bingham Bliss, University Place ' V Dialectic ' CIHI-Ie has common sense in a way uncom- mon, Hates humbug and such, loves his friends like a woman." CMarriedj E391 The College of Gu G., Milo Llewelleyn Gollaher, Un Place iversity Cluliitelligence and courtesy well combined, Always in this man a happy man we find." CMarriedJ Grace Ruth Frisbie, Red Cloud Aelioian iI"The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Lyman Leigh Hanthorne, University Place Dialectic Ivy Day Orator iI"He Worketh high and Wise Nor pauses in his high plan." CMar1'iedJ Liberal Arts Mary Neff Eger, Lexington 1 Theophanian German Club, Reader in German Q"W'hlose locks outshine the sun." Olive Pearl Elliott, University Place B. E. Nebraska Wesleyan University, In- structor in English, Dramatic Club, Class Play Her air, her manner, All who saw admire." Nell Edith French, Lincoln Oh, blessed with a temper, Whose un- clouded ray Can make tomorrow cheerful as today E401 The College of Liberal Arts Anno Milton Harms, Wymore lI"'Ilhe girls may come, the girls may go But I go on forever." flylll not married.J Kathryn Lenora Hardin, Beaver City Q"And we all liked Kate." Arthur J. Hartsook, Greenwood Everett fI"The girls all say I'In a jewel rare." fEngagedJ Clara Ellen Hawk, Sutton - N German Club GMA girl of life upright , Whose guiltless heart is free." Don Raymond Leech, Ansley Dialectic Law Club, Y, M. C. A. Cabinet, Inter-Society Council fI"His heart and hand both open and both free." fMa1'1'iedJ Edna Eloenia Higgins, University Place Aelioian Booster, 'Class Play, Law Club, Inter-Society Council fI"Grace was in all her steps In every gesture dignity and love." E413 The College of Liberal Arts. Lora Eleanor Bolton, Geneva Reader in German Q"True eyes, too blue and too honest in aught to disguise The sweet soul shining through them." Lottie Olivia Burch, Lander, Wyoming G"Gentle voice has she that with tender plea, Whispers of peace, truth and friendli- ness unequaled? Faith Margaret Claflin, University Place Theophanian University Grchestra, Coyote Staff, Class Play, Inter-Society Council G:HSl1B is nice to Walk With, And witty to talk with And pleasant, too, to think on." ' William August Crossland, Wayne Theophanian Editor of the WESLEYAN 1911, Winner of the State Oratorical Contest, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Pan-Wesleyan Banquet Orator Q"Who is first among the W-omen An' amazin' first in speech." Minnie Margaret Clausen, Dix German Club, Student Volunteer, Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, Assistant Instructor in Physi- ology lI"She towers above us all- In stature and in energy." Frank Emmin Bay Durham, University Place Orophilian Class Play Gf"F'or daring nonsense seldom fails to hit." E421 The College of Liberal Arts l Elizabeth Ella Lyman, Lincoln Q"She's honest and frank and On you she'l1 never go back." P Roy Ernest Lenfest, University Place Theophanian Y. M. C. A' Cabinet, Assistant in Chemistry II"Macle up of wisdom and of fun." fBli1l'l'l0Clj Florence Ethel McAfee, University Place General Secretary Y. W. C. A. Q"S'he cloth little kindnesses Which most leave undone or despise, For naught that sets one's heart at ease And giveth happiness or peace, Is low-esteemed in her eyes." Mae Elnora Moyer, Universiy Place fI"SWeet proinptings unto kindest deeds were in her every look We read her face as one would read a bookf' A Frederick Albert McVay, University Place GMA friend Whose love you know will Wash."' fllf211'1'lGdj Ethel Eleanor Newbecker, Ord German Club GUI am meek and gentle." E431 The College of Liberal Arts Fay Dorothy Shetler, I-Ioldrege Theophanian Class poet G"Witty, courteous, liberal, Full of spirit? Carrol Owen Sirnonds, University Place. Place Orophilian Y. M. C, A. Cabinet, Manager of the COYOTE 1910, Captain of 'Varsity Basket-ball, "W" Club. Q"He loved with a love, that was CGJrace- ful love." fMarriedJ Ella Nancy Sirpp, Pleasant Dale German Club , Q"Of spirit to still and quiet." Edgar Benson Smith, University Place Theophanian 1 QI"Thy comrade's honor Thy f1'iend's delight? QMarriedJ Clara Lois Smith, Auburn Willard Class Play Q"She is a faithful friend More dear than any sisterg As cheerful, too, as a larkf' Ernest LeRoy Smith, Auburn. Everett ' Booster, Manager of the WESLEYAN 1910, Manager of the COYOTE 1911, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, University Orchestra, Class Play, Inter-Society Council, "W" Club. CI"Of all the men that move the world, Fd rather be a farmer And live ia life of perfect ease." E441 Student Volunteer Y M C A Cabinet, Manabei of the WESLEYAN second sem- CNot married but still willingj Sarah Faye Thatohel University Place The College of Liberal Arts Adda Latta Snider, Hastings Orophilian Booster, President of the Y. W. C. A. 1911. Wesleyan Staff, College Council, German Club. Q"Feeling or thought th-at is not true Ne'er made less beautiful the blue Unclouded heaven of her eyes." Marietta Snow, University Place Tlheophanian Assistant in Botany Laboratory, German Club, Q"Pri1n and neat Short and sweet." Lucile Lorraine Stanley, Clarks Willard Y. W. C, A. Cabinet, Class Play, Inter- Society Council. GMI tell you my position: Fm Wholly addic- ted 'to rareties, things that are new take me." E451 The College of Liberal Arts Serena Myrtle O'Brien, University Place Orophilian Class Play ' II"One of those charming pug noses, Dear little knobs for men to hang their hearts like hats upon." Inez Palmer, University Place German Club, Class Play Q"She's always so bright and cheery." Golda Emma Peterson, University Place iI"Of manners gentle, Of affections mild." Sarah Edith Riley, University Place Theophanian Editor of the COYOTE 1911, Class Play fI"Of a smooth and steadfast mind Gentle thoughts and calm desiresf' Benjamin Frank Schock, University Place Dialectic GMA man who has studied and been careful of his time." I CMarriedl Estella Reid, Edgar fI"Maiden with 'the meek brown eye-S In Whose orbs a shadow lies Like the dusk in evening skies." E461 The College of Liberal Arts Merle Edwaid Thompson, Alexandria Dialectic Law Club, Class Play, College Council, "WH Club Q"Wl1at man dare, I dare." Nova Elizabeth Thomas, Nelson Q"She's quiet, that's peculiar." .Tay West Thompson, Stanton, Michigan Orophilian Y. M, C. A. Cabinet, President of the Ora- torical Association, Inter-Society Council. Student Volunteer, Glee Club. UNI like girls, I really think I do." Florence Golda Walker, University Place Assistant in German GMA prim, proper, precise puellaf' Charles William Warwick, Oakdale GMA man of such genial mood." Ruth Linley Watt, University Place Theovphanian . V Class Play E lI"Anyway, all that can be said is that two people happened to hit on the same thought-that's all." lj47l The College of Liberal Arts Q . . . .gl A Assistant. in the Botany Laboratory 6233 MQQXE 'X N Special Scholar in Chicago University lI"His face doth ever seem to hatch a grin." ' .1 47 "zg,,1 x P Yr ,K W' aff 7 vvffigi. f '24, if N6 1.4, .w.v.Sh.9'lf'.4.-cffa Lak e.S.u?f'! W- -f-My F xfmaiuh vfweffvf. e W - - :-"1 :g1g- its :2f.f'1,- in- 'W-.'f:?f-f I ' Adah lllary Wood, Un1vers1ty Place 25 GMA voice soft and sweet, :Q As a tune that one knows. ,- ,1 ea es --el ' ' , Q -we2.1--a1cv19s-1:z-is-ZF:-:-,n-:E 25.-22+-.. AM ,.-.40 - Rfk .i ""152"" K-Z' vi Tm ' 5 . eg 69" f -e"'w':m-W' ' , William Adolph Wullschleger, Univer- ,,-lim..-,31:13-gf T i my Place '- -:fm11:3151:1:zz-:ix.Ia-312:11-3511:-1 'v:rf':f4:g-.a,.,, ,fe . -e--xggzz-:asm James Warren Woogerd, Orleans Dialectic Student Volunteer Q"Wlhat a case am I in!', lMarried ?J Alma Lydia Whiting,-, DeWitt Oropihilian - German Club, Inter-Society Council Q"Ancl cloudy care has often took look." E481 A gentle bearny smile reflected from thy 15' 1 g s :R 'Z . ...Wx- 9 I iq f' rv ,vi W ,, .Nw ,QI-.wif ' EEHF W u 1 4 . a , 2 f W W M ' awww 7 'T' X Wfw fwwffwwfff f W F fwfffW y Z W 1 Xxx X Z ,I ff A M f f 1 5 f 1 Z fffzzw My 5 W. 70 f ag Wy 4 ff? ' 3 4 41 f ig? f ff ? fly, f fm HM S 1 S CLASS OFFICERS Second Semester President, Ralph Swan 'Vice Preside-nt, Marie Hard y Sevreta-ry, Anna, Lame Tv'eas'wreo', Guy Rumelhzuft Sergeant-cet-cwms, Ross N ewkir-k College Cou-neil? ggfg'F5t1E,aiZi.fgECk CLASS OFFICERS l'!I:'I'Sl Semesler l1'1'68fd6'll1f, Ezwl Hunter Vice Fo'e.siLZeo1.L, Anna Lane ec:'retcm'y, Irene Roup ,l'CClSLl'I'C'l', Harold Par-tr-idge ergecmt-at-mmls, Ross Newkirk, C U C 5,-lj Ellis Fullmer' U We mmm IE11za,beth VVa1'wick E491 MEDIEVAL HISTORY Officers - 1908-1909 Arthur J. Hartsook ........ .,......... P resident ..... ..... C arl A. Meyer Merle Howe ........,,.,..... ......... V ice-President .,...,,, A,..,...,,,, S erena O'B1-ien Anna Smith ...... ,.... S ecretary ........, .. .,.,. Elizabeth Warrick Ellis Fulmei '..,..... ....... T reasurei '...i.. ...,....,..,,.. E llis Fulmer 1909-1910 Clifford E. Butler ..,...... ., ........ President ....,.,,. ,..., Elizabeth Warrick Elizabeth Warrick .....,., Y..,..,., V ice-President Benjamin Alexander Merle Howe ......,,...,.,. .... S ecretary ,........ .........,, F aye Thompson Vincent Roberts ....,, ........ T reasurer ..,..... rr,,,... R oss Newkirk 1.910-1911 Earl L. Hunter... Anna Lan-e .....r., Irene Roup ............... Harold Partridge .... . .,....,,Preside11t.... Vice-President ......., .....Secretary...... .. ...,,,,.,..,.,. Treasurer... THE CLASS RECORD Freshnm n .. .. .Ralph E, Swan . ...,, Marie Hardy .. .......... Anna Lane ........Guy Rumelhart Won the University Championship in basket ball. The team: Meyer, Swan, Partridge, Hoover, Lehman. Won the University Championship in basket ball. The team: qMeyer, Camp-- bell, Swan, Hoover, Lehman, Cromwell, Stringfellow, Starrett. Sophomore Winners of the Sophomore-Freshman football game with the score of 6 to 0. Winners of the Sophomore-Freshman baseball game with the score of 17 to 16. Winners of the Inter-Class Track Meet, Juniors Won Senior-Junior Debate. The team: E. L. Hunter, Anna Lane, Ross Newkirk. Ross Newkirk passed the examination successfully for the Rhodes scholar- ship. L501 The College of Liberal Arts Elizabeth Mary Atkins University Place II"Beth" studies 'fGig- gleology' in the library. Ella Bernice Buck Gibbon Willard Y. W. C. A. Cabinet ffBernice says she likes Wesleyan, but her heart is at the State Uni. Ruth Balch University Place Theophanian GS-he has not always "Been-it." Ada Davis Eagle lIAlways kind and thoughtful of others. Ethel LaClaire Delzell University Place Theoplhanian lIAlways meek -and quiet, Jennie Dewhirst University Place German Club GNothing more Htting could be said of her than that she is a stu- dent. William Augustus Dew- hirst University Place Dialectic, German Club, Student Volunteer H011 Banquet night: "I feel so graceful in this Toga!" Ruth Einnia Files University Place Willard Wesleyan Staff fIQuite but effective. Ellis Ingham Fulrner University Place Theophanian College -Council, Glee Club, President of the Debating Asso- ciation When he's needed, he can always be depend- ed upon to start the "Profs'f throwing the boomerang. Marie Coatsman Golla- her University Place English Reader GMA house divided against itself." E511 The College of Liberal Arts Vera Ellen Gris-Wold Gordon Theophanian Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Glee club sextetto, Reader in English lI"Her heart is as big as she is." Myrtle Blanche Grubb University Place Theophanian IIA for-Loren lass. Faye VGeneva Hanks Gering V QA new Wesleyan Jun- ior, but a loyal one. Anna Marie Hardy University Place Threophanian Winner of the Warrick Memorial prize for scholarship 1910, As- sistant Librarian, President of Y. W. C. A. 1912 QMarie's home is the rendezvous of the Jun- iors. Elizabeth Lee Ora Hart Enid, Oklahoma lIMiss Hart is so aw- fully srnart, she's liable to win "somebody's" hea-rt. E521 Helen Amelia Hicks Farnam QAn English fiend. Herman Price Hoyle Waverly Everett "W" Club, Captain of 'Var-sity Track Team 1911 QDoes more work on a committee than any other man in school. Alfred Vernon Hunter Weeping Water Theophanian Glee Club QA shark in only one thing,-being "Brother- ly" to the girls. Earl Lewis Hunter Weeping Water The-ophanian 'Varsity Debating team, Law Club, President of the class first sein- ester, Editor-elect of the WESLEYAN Q"T'he Slave" a1Hiicted with a severe case of "Study-itis," but We hope that he niay soon recover. Anna Marie Lane South Omaha Aelioian Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Coyote staff QOne of our "Be-witch- ing" Juniors. The College of' Liberal Arts Frank C. Miles Lynch Winner of the War-rick Memorial scholarship prize 1910, Assistant in the Botany Labo- ratory QHis name is quite in keeping with his length. Grace Evelyn Lenfest University Place German Club, Assistant in the Library Q"She hath a natural, wise sincerity, A simple truthful- ness." Loren Newton Mills Gord-on Theophanian Glee Club, President of the Y. M. C. A. 1912 University Band GA very particular fel- low about his CGJrubb. Elva May Morgan University Place QSO quiet that we know of nothing to about her. say Lee Ross Newkirk Adams Everett Law Club, Passed the examination for the Rhodes Scholarship CLYou can't always see his shadow but you can always hear his voice. Harold Robertson Partridge Kenesaw Orophilian 'Varsity Tennis team, "W" Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Coyote Sta-if G'tPat" has legs long enough to reach from his body to the ground. Ethel Harlan Ochiltree Haddam, Kansas Orophilian German Club Q"Whence is thy learn- ing? Hath thy toil O'er books consumed the midnight oil ?" Guy LeRoy Rumelhart Albion Orophilian University Band, Glec Club QSlow as Christmas, but he's no "rum-mieft Irene Muriel Roulp Lincoln Orophilian Y. W. C. A. Cabinet lIShe always stands .fpatlfi William LeRoy Ruyle Beatrice Dialectic Booster, Student Vol- unteer, President ot the Y. M. C. A. 1911, 'Varsity F-o-o tfbalil team, "W" Club Gj"Dick" pulled off one of the 'biggest stunts of the year even if his hair is red. I E531 The College of Liberal Arts Loretta Adeline Slater Holdrege Willard GfS'he's so popular that the boys never forget to Slate-her. Bert Leo story University Place Dialectic QWe dare not say any- thing about this man because he's married. Macy Lucretia Sprach- er Cowles , Aelioian QShe's modest as any, and blithe as she's bon- nie." LeRoy Walter String- fellow Oakdale Theophanian 5 University orchestra, President of the Ath- letic Board, "W" Club, Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, 'Varsity Base- ball, lI"String" likes to play t'Poor Pussy." Guar- anteed to make the girls giggle. l54l Ralph Emerson Swan Clinton, Mo. Everett 'Varsity Basket Ball, Team 'Varsity Base- ball Team, 'Varsity Football Team, "W" Club, President of the Class second se- rnester, Y. M. C. A, Cabinet ff"Swim." Not all lit- erary honors to be sure, but "What's in a name?" Mary Faye Thompson University Place Tfheophanian Reader in English QShe is extremely fond of red hair. Ada Ruth Thatcher University Place ffProf. Churchill, in Romantic Era Class: "Has Wordsworth writ- ten about his wife?" Ruth: "Oh,-yea!" Elizabeth Warrick Meadow Grove. Willard Booster, College Coun- cil, Y. W. C. A. Cab- inet, Coyote Staff lIThe first Junior who ever had the nerve to photograph strollers, EQ he 'V I, 4'-f :C mfg X ffff Fe 4 We We A fy if few W ,,... ffff QW f E , gl if ifzf ff4ff ZQWW E2 CLASS OFFICERS Firsl Semester Presiciefnl, Marian Shrode Vice Pfresiclent, Carl VVorley Secretary, Nora Ballard Treasurer, Tliomas Neighbors S8'l'gGIL'fbt-Ill-0,7'77l', Walltoii Spaulding' A ,- I Glenn Dickens College Cuzmezl g Bess Warden CLASS OFFICERS Seconcl Semester President, William Cornish ' Vice Presiclent, Amelia, Wood Seeretclry, Josephine Starrett Treasurevg Thomas Neighbors SG'l'gCCb'Ill-Chl-CL'l'l'IlS, Henry J aoobson ollege Councils? Xvdiilden A E551 MEDIEVAL HISTORY 1909-1910 First Semester Second Semester Fred E. Aden ........... ........... P -resident ......... .,.,....,,,, W illiam Ruyle Ruth McDole .,...,, ........ V ice-President ......., ....... ll lildred Claflin Helen Skillman .,..... ......,. S ecretary ...,,... ...........,. C arol White Arthur Greenslit .,...... ..... T reasurer ,..... ........ A rthur Greenslit 1910-1911 Marion Shrode .,....... ........... P :resident ......... ........ W illiam B, -Cornish Carl Worley ..,.... ........ V ice-President .....,., .............. A melia Wood Nora Ballard .....,.......... .....,.. S ecretary ..... ......... I osephine Starrett Thomas Neighbors ...,.... ............ ' Freasurer ......., ........ T homas Neighbors STUFFED DATES Freshman Sept. 30 Bum-The First mixup with the Sophomores. Oct. 21 Sophomore reception to the Freshmen. Nov. 19 Freshman-Solphomore scrapg Freshmen Won, Dec. 10 Freshman-Sophomore Flag Rushg Freshmen Won. Jan. 6 Sophomore-Freshman Debateg Freshman won. The team: Mildred Claflin, Weldon Crossland, William Cornish, Jan. 8 Freshman bob-ride. Jan. 14 Freshman chapel demonstration-unsurpassed. Mar. 17 Freshman N. W, U. Girls, Basket Ball vs, U. N. Freshman Girlsg N. W. U. the Winners. Apr. 22 Debate with the Drake Freshmen forfeited to the Wesleyan Freshmen by default. May 25 Freshman reception to the Sophomores. May 27 University Girls, Held meetg Freshmen won. Mar. Z4 Pan-Wesleyan banquetg Freshman orator, W. L. Ruyle. Sophomore Oct. 3 Exchange of presidents -between Freshman and S-ophomores-Scrap- Brutality wins out. Oct. 7 Sophomore reception to the Freshmen. Dec. 1 Sophomorre-Freshman debateg Sophomores won. Jan. 23 Junior-Sophomore college chairrpionship debateg Won by the INVIN- CIBLE SOPHOMORES. The team: Weldon Crossland, William Cornish, Charles Goman. Mar. 23 Pan-Wesleyan banquetg Charles Goman, the Sophomore orator. Apr. 7 Freshman reception to the Sophomores. E561 Nora Ballard The College of Liberal Arts Fred Aden University Place UiTll6013h3.l1lEJ.H "W" Club, Wesleyaii Staff, Y, lvl. C. A. Cab- inet, College Council, 'Varsity Football, Stu- dent Volunteer, Ath- letic Board Ethel Anawalt Fairfield lIWillard Lena Atkinson University Place Ralph Austin Waco Hazel Bailey Custer, South Dakota CfAelioian Reader in English University Place QAelioian Stanley Blythe Diller Velma 'Chamberlain University Place ffTheophanian Beulah Champ Corning, I-owa 1IDramatic Club Mildred Claflin University Place QTheoph,a.nian Booster, Y. W. -C. A Cabinet, Reader 111 English E571 The College of Liberal William Cornlsh Paterson, New Jersey QDialectic Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, ,Var- sity debating team, Law Club, President of the Class second semester Weldon Crossland Wayne QTheophanian 'Varsity debating team, Law Club, Wesleyan staff, College Council Res-s Dafoe , Tecumseh QTheophanian Arthur DeBarqeleben Tuskegee, Alabama QIDialectic Wesleyan Staff Glenn Dickens Fairbury GEverett College Council, Glee 7 Club, Class Quartetie E58 Arts Laura Gal e Beatrice QAelioian German Club Arthur Gill Surprise QOrophilian V University Orchestra, University Band. Lulu Good ' University Place QDran1atic Club er in English , Read- I 'vi-cf - 1 tb.: 5 r Charles Goman University Place QDialectic Winner of the Prohibi- tion Oratorical Con- test, Class Banquet orator Doris Goodale University Place Qlflrarnatic Club l The College of Liberal Arts Arthur Greenslit Surprise lIEverett Booster, University or- chestra, University Margaret Jansen band, Glee Club, Gothenburg Class Quartette, Coy- ote Sltaff, Y. M. C. A Cabinet Hazel Grimm Wilber QWillard George Hilton " N New York City, Jessie Hull Minden QGerman Club, Club Henry Jacobson Genoa GDia.lectic Law Club La. W ,Y. Ruth Kimball Hastings Alfred Krause Adams fILaw Club Ruth King Minden fIOrophilian German Club Mabel Kiser University Place QGerman Club E591 The College Adeline Leininger Loup City Alice Longacre University Place QReader in English Ray McCandless Broken Bow of G Orophilian University Orchestra, 'Varsity Football, 'Varsity Basketball "W" Club Ruth McDole University Place Irene Mallet Wilbur 1 Liberal Arts Nannie Miller Seward Jessie Moyer University Place Thomas Neighbors Bayard CIOrophilian 'Varsity Football, Class 'Treasure' Zola Ochiltree Haddam, Kansas IIOrophilian Ada Partington University Place lIAelioian E501 The College of Liberal Arts Velma Satchell Hildreth Joy Schreckengast University Place QTheophanian Student Volunteer Louis Sheldon Bradshaw fIAssistant in Marion Shrode Bennett lIAelioian Y, W. -C. A. Cabinet, President of the Class first semester Edith Skerritt Malvern, Iowa Physics Walter Spaulding Alexandria GTheop'hanian Y. M. C. A. Cabin t Dramatic Club Josephine Starrett Central City lI'Oi'ophilian Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Evert Stancliff Pecos, Texas QEverett Class quartette, Man ager-elect of the WESLEYAN, Y, M C. A. 'Cabinet Edna Thomas Mead fIAelioian Ivan Torpin Oakdale IIEverett E611 The College of Liberal Arts Henry Wagner University Place Charles Tuttle Normal lITl1eophanian Class quartette, Club Mabel Wakeman Atho, Iowa QAelioian Willie Vandiver University Place Edna Walters Oxford Glee Roy Wilson University Place QTl1eophanian Dramatic Club, Wes- leyan staff, "W" Club lfess Warden Nebraska City GWillard Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, College Council Arthur Wischmeier University Place QDialectic ' Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, German Club Amelia Wood University Place QfAelioian Student Volunteer, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, As- sistant in Zoological laboratory 'Ch ester Wischmeier University Place QDialectic Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Student Volunteer, German Club E621 CLASS UFFICILRS Secon cl Semesvfco' Presziclant, Emily Rough Vice President, Susan Brorlbull Sack:-etmy, William Falwell T9'eas'm'eo', Edna Stringfellosv lSe1'gccmt-at-an-ms, Benj. I-I. Beck ' j Merritt Hull College Council I Gebrge Knight CLASS OFFICERS First Sc-master Plreszfclcozll, Benj. H. Beck Vice Presidevzlt, Elsa Thuresson Secretary, Madge French j'rcasu1'cl', Ralph Leech be-rgefmL-at-arms, James Mickey , V S 14 Eula Marshall College Clozmczl 5 Merritt HHH CHKI. HELL. H531 Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. FRESHMAN "ACTIVITIES" 1910-1911 Freshman Bum. Freshman-Sophomore scrap Cwonj. Freshman Feed. Sophomore-Fres'hma.n Reception. Olympics Cwonj. Freshman-Sophomore Debate Cdefeatedj Debating Team: Clarence A.Davis Homer Spenoei William Fawell Freshman-S-ophomore Boys Basket Ball Cwonj Boys' Basket-ball Team: George Knibht Tryon Shepherd Beng Beck, Merritt Hull, Hugh Clalk Anton Keester Freshman- Freshman Freshman- Girls-' Senior Basket Ball fdefeatedj party. , Sophomore Girls Basket Ball Cwonj Basket-ball Team: Verna Stebbins Mattie Tavener lessio Lehr, Alva Read, Marie Clark Eula Black Edna Stlingfellon Pan-Wesleyan Banquetg Class Orator Clarence Davis Freshman-Sophomore Reception. Arbor Dayg Class Orator, William Fawell YELL 1-9-1-4 2-4-3-4 Who are we for? 1-9-1-4 2-4-3-4 1-9-1-4 E541 The College Joscelyn Augustus Fullerton Fred Aden Garrison QTheopl1anian Dramatic Club Eleanor Bader Fremont Benjamin Beck University Place 6IOrophiliaii "WV" Club, Captain of the 'Varsity Football team, 'Varsity Bas- ketball team, 'Var- sity Track team, Y M. C. A. Cabinet Athletic Board 1 Mildred Beck University Place GWillard of Liberal Arts Eula Black Merna QIAelioian J. Gardner Beebe Seward QOrophilian Eva Bolton Geneva Qwillard Charles Bickel University Place Susan Brodball University Place 1ITheophanian University Orchesti a E651 The College Bradley Buck Gibbon lIEve1'ett Fay Brooks Pawnee City Raymond Carey University Place QD'ialectic .I ay Bryson Adams IITl1eopl1anian Will Chamberlain Blue Springs QEverett 'Varsity Football E66 of Liberal Arts Helen Clark Marshall, Minnesota Harold Cozier Havelock QTheophanian Ida Craig -Cbainbers QIAelioian Cliell Crozier Osceola fIAelioian Ralph Currier University Place QEverett J 1 J The College Edd Dahuke Stratton Cleo Daniels Alpha, Illinois Clarence Davis Beaver City QEverett Booster, College Ban- quet speaker, 'Var- sity Tennis Team Margurerite Davis Tecumseh - iIWilla.rd St. Cecelia Ralph Doesoher Milford QOrophilian German Club of Liberal Arts Aileen Eberinan Davenport QO1'01Jl1lllH11 Lytlia Eichburg University Place Ford Eyerly North Loup Eva Ernbree University Place fITheophanian Fern Eyerly North Loup E671 . The College William Fawell University Place CfDialectio Arbor Day Orator Marguerite Forbes lfVayne QTheop-hanian Robert Fawell University Place QDialectic Madge French of Liberal Bess Gilbert Grand Island W. E. Goodell Haigler QDia1ectic Bernetta Grantham DeWitt Dwight Griswold Gordon University Place flT11S'ODha11i21H Qwillayd 'Varsity Football 'Club Frank Gardner Helen Gyuvel- Stratton University Place IIUniversity Band II'Dheophanian E531 Arts -The College of Liberal Arts Glenn Haworth Aurora QITl1eophanian 'Varsity Baseball Grace Hart Edgar Herbert Hiett University Place Jennie Horsch University Place Merritt Hull Havelock QTheophanian Glee Club, College Council E691 Roxanna Hunt Crab Orchard GGSFIIIHI1 Club Eunice Johnson Genoa 1IWilla1'd Jasper Johnson Tekamah Gertrude Joy University Place GWilla.rd Abbie Judkins Eagle fIWi11ner of the Schol ar prize in Academg 1910 The College of Liberal A1-fs Dorothy Kauffman Wymlore QWillard R. C. Kendricks Alvin, Texas Bernice Kendall University Place Clifford Kidd Kenesavv Qliverett Sarah Kirtland University Place QOrophilian E701 Marguerite Krumbach Shelby George Knight University Place QTheophanian Assistant in the ics Laboratory Jessie Lehr Surprise Ralph Leech Ansley QDialectic Floy Lewis Wymore Qwillard Phys The College Wilmer Lewis Clay Center lITheolphanian Eula Marshall Lincoln ' QTheofphanian Glee 'Club Sextette, College Council Shirley Marshall Lincoln QTheo'pl1anian Glee Club University Band Bessie Martseller Wayne IITheo'phanian James Mickey University Place QEverett University Band of Liberal Arts John Hyer- Miller Lincoln lITheophanian JOY Mills Gordon ffTheophanian John W. Miller Holrnesville QOrophilian Ada Miller Neligh R. R. Miller Rockford IIDialectic E711 The College Laura Moffett Bloomington Harold Murfjiey University Place' QLaw Club Ethel Morris Holdrege William Muntz Garrison QTheopha11ian Bessie Munson Crawford of Liberal Arts Eda Nispel Beatrice 1IDramatic Club Elva Norris Laurel George Randall Neligh Anne Paton Fullerton CI Orophilian Louise Peck Cedar Bluffs E721 The College of Liberal Arts Boyd Raynor Beatrice IITheophanian 'Varsity Tennis Team Alva Read Merna Carroll Reynolds Gordon fITheop-hanian Emily Rough Weeping Water QAelioian Law Club, Dramatic Club, President of the Class the second semester, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Louis Richtzneyer Ansley QDialectic E73 Frank Schertz Marquette Tryon Shepherd Lincoln Nelle Schertz Marquette Harry Shopbell University Place fIDialectic Grant Sill, Newport Il The College I Leora Smith Tecumseh QTheophanian Ernest Spaulding Alexandria Edythe Stahe Bloomington Homer Spencer Mason C-ity QDialectic Verma Stebbins Gothenburg of Liberal Arts Alta Stewart Tecumseh QTheophanian Edna Stringfellow Oakdale GTheophanian Fred Sutton Havelock Mattie Tavener Oakdale Elva. Thuresson University Place QOrophilian E741 The College of Liberal Arts Mabel Voight Davenport Mae Winter Wymore QWillard Leslie Winter University Place IIO1'ophilian Louise Young ellie Welsh University Place North Bend 751 The East Wing SOCIOLOGY ALCOVE Teachers' College School of Expression and Oratory School of Commerce A11 economic valuation, being an attempt to increase the standard of living. "To be or not to be, '1'hat's the question." An explanation of those who seek mercenary employ- ment, those who hanker for work, those Who seek to teach the young protege how to shoot. An exposition of the fact of changing faces and atti- tudes to meet the different environments in obtaining the necessities of life. Being an inventory of the abilities to Write a check and to cash it, a life history of those possessing the coin- ing instinct and cold blooded cash ancestry. l,7l3I For the last twelve years the Nebraska Wesleyan University has enjoyed the authority of issuing State Certificates to teachers in Nebraska. In the year 1890 this Department was known as the Normal Department of the Nebraska Wesleyan University. A steady and healthy growth of this Department up to 1908 warrant- ed at that time a reorganization and an enlargement of its functions. According'- ly the Department was re-organized into the present form, The Teachers' Col- lege of the Nebraska Wesleyan University. The wisdom of this change is bc- coming more evident each succeeding year. In 1899, the first year the Department was authorized to grant certificates, it granted but two. In 1909, twenty-five professional certificates were received by candidates, in 1910, forty-six certificates we-re issuedg and this year will be the rnosl. successful in the history of the De- partment. Including the issues of the regular year and the l9ll Summer Session, the Department issues ninety or more certificates, forty of which are University State certificates, more than twenty First Grade Certificates, and the remainder being Elementary Certihcates issued to Freshmen of the Teachers' College and a 'few to the Normal T-raining Class. The largest increase is found in the upper classes of the College. The Teachers' College embraces three distinct departments, The Teachers' Training School, the Kindergarten and the Teachers' College proper. The Train- ing school comprises all thegrades. The Kindergarten is one of the la-rgest and the best in the state. The Teachers' College offers a four years' course, issues all grades of certificates, and also prepares for the degrees A.B. and B.S., which are granted by the University at graduation. The Training School with its Superintendent and Critic teachers, the Kinder- garten with its large and well equipped department, and the Teachers' College with its advanced work in Education, offers most excellent opportunity for practice and efficient training for teachers, in both Elementary and Secondary Education. Professional training in the environment of a studious and a cultural college life with all its helps and attractions is the distinctive feature of the Teachers' College. The future of this Department is unusually bright. T-he increased enrollment and graduation, the ever- increasing demand for its graduates at higher salaries, is the strongest evidence of a large and vigorous growth. Its growth and in- fluence show the wisdom of reorganization in the Teachers' College. Its present condition and growth are more than gratifying. E771 The Teachers' College SENIORS E781 Q The Teachers' College SENIORS E791 The Teachers' College NORMAL TRAINING GLASS Edna Westervelt, Fred Akert, Marion Worden, Louise Beckman, Fred Dow, Elsie Jackson, Carita Schreckengast, Jasper Timblin. E801 The Teachers' College THE KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS Jay Bryson ' Marguerite Forbes Hazel Grimm. Bess Dafoe Marguerite Davis Mae Winter Genevieve Parkhurst Edna Waltes Elizabeth Hart Edith Skerritt Doris Goodale Gertrude Eveland Miss Beach Alta Stewart Irene Miallot Edna Stringfellow Grace Lang E311 82 fe , f CEL O ..., v ' cfm- fffw- 5 X " ' 2 .-'. 5 S J Since 1888, when the Nebraska Wesleyan University was opened, E-locutiou has been made an important feature in the school. Fortunate, indeed, has the Department been in having at its head, teachers who were capable and earnestg under their direction the school was bound to reach the prominence it now holds. Miss Amelia Parker, Mrs. Emma Ord Gregg and Miss Hattie I. Blood, each served as head of the Department during the nrst ten years. For the next decade Professor A. E. Turner was principal. Under his able management and untiring efforts was built up one of the most 'prominent schools of Expression in the Middle West. In all parts of Nebraska and in many other states may be found 1nany successful readers, teachers, ministers and lawyers, who have graduated from this Department. , , In September, 1910, Professor Eugene Knox became the head of the School. He is a graduate of the School of Oratory of Drake University. Previous to the time of his election to his present position he occupied, for six years, the chair of Public Speaking in the University of Puget Sound. He is a Reader and Im- personator of great popularity, having spent seven years on the platform, pre- vious to taking up the profession of teaching, traveling from Indiana to California and from Mexico to Alaska. His wide experience before the public has especial- ly qualified him as a teacher and his platform Work in Nebraska will build up the Department rapidly. Already this year the School of Expression has made a marked growth and will undoubtedly move forward in the future as it has always done in the past, E831 The School of Expression SENIOR CLASS Minnie Stroebel, Irene Rice, William Bliss, Beulah Champ, Frank Schock POST GRADUATE L Jessie Elliott E841 The School of Expression Fred Aden Pansy Smith Eda Nispel Nelle Schertz Earl Lobb JUNIOR GLASS Walter Spaulding Merle Thompson Roy Wilslon Emily Rough Doris Goodale Margaret Kepner E351 86 Q ummmgunImmnnnnmunummnWHmmm'ummI Wana l1HlIlHl1H llIHlI k " ' HIIIIIIIIIL ' Z a SQWVW'C55Q I W ? .. NW IH ,. , """""f'ffl flllflfuflllulfffl 1 fmufuzlluunlllllllllflllIUUNNHHMHUHlIHHuw'IlMW.ZiIl,K.I1nm HmI OFFICERS P1 nsiclcnl, Vace-P res Secretmy- SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Nineteen' Hundred and Eleven has proven herself to be a year surpassing those of the past in broader and greater Commercial activities.. In order to measure up to the opportunities of the future, and to cope with the demands of the present, the Nebraska Wesleyan School of Commerce has produced the Class of 1911, a class that is a credit to the Department and to the University. We have trod the halls of Wesleyan but one year, yet in that short year we believe We have made a record of which any business school might well feel proud. We have planted -our feet on Wesleyan sod, and have been inspired to the utmost for a greater, broader, and grander Wesleyan. Following the lead of past classes, we have so devoted our energy and time that the confidence of the business firms, the country over, is assured. An inspection of the list of past graduates, now em- ployed through-out the country, indicates clearly that the demand for business men and -wo-men produced by the Nebraska Wesleyan School of Commerce, in the business wor-ld today, exceeds that of any other Commercial College of her size in the West. This is not at all surprising when one considers the able leader- ship of our Director and his assistant instructors. It has been said that a great institution is the soul of a great man. Nowhere is this more clearly shown 'than in the growth and development of this department of the University under the guiding influence -of Professor M. J. Evans. The class of 1911, of the Nebraska Wesleyan School of Commerce, has men who have carried off many of the laurels and honors in University athletics Last Fall, when the lure of the gridiron was at its height, and Foot Ball was properly the only game, the former star quarterback on the 'Varsity team, through Some inconceivable difficulty, decided to quit the game. Coach Clevengeris call was, "Where can I find a quarterback?" Every college class, and even the Academy, had recruits, but none of them received the approbation of the Coach. Well, we furnished the quarterback, and by so doing, gave to the squad the man who has the distinction of being the most accurate thrower of forward passes in Wesleyan Foot Ball history-Harold Cole. When a man was wanted for guard, we were again called upon, and again the department furnished a winner. You know his name, Holtorf. By easily defeating the Academy, we Won the Depart- ment 'Championship in Basket Ball for the third consecutive year, and just lost to the season'-s close found him playing a fast, clean, consistent game. Four of our as a regular member of the 'Varsity Basket Ball team was of a stellar' variety, and the seasons' close found him playing a fast, clean, consistent game. Four of our sturdies, Mitchell, Crane, Cole, and Holtorf have positions on the 'Varsity Base Ball team. Several of our boys are showing up well on the Track team also, We are a strong, vigorous body of business men and women, whose ideals are of the highest and whose watchword is honesty and perseverance. We are equipped with such business training as only the Nebraska Wesleyan School of Commerce is able to give. We are ambitious to launch into the business world for ourselves, and to give to th-e world the influence of a great Commercial School, builded upon the foundation stone of a Christian University. E881 The School of Commerce GLASS OF l9ll E891 The West Wing FINE ARTS ALCOVE An appreciation of the aesthetic state of mlnd The COI1S6I'V2lf0I'y as expressed in rhymieal and mystical f2L1'1ClGS bv of Music Winged images and stringed instruments Wlth effects musical and harmonious. N si , N K A QQ a as Q Ss s '1lt'n s F N- -' HALL ,.... ,,........., E901 geeseeeeseese see X XW' . 'MV NV Y .SX NX Z ff O 0 .,.,,., ,. 1' E' 252313-'?'51:i-:-:3H5'.-,. -'.-' I - - r. . . .. Z1-F S 11. 1:21. fi-3:25, 113. erm . ,..... . .g..., ,.... 7.4-In .. Y 'hw A-DY m e CHRI.. l'l191..Lf The Conservatory of Music is an unusually strong departmental school by reason of the personnel of its teaching force. PROFESSOR MAGENDANZ, the Director and Head of the Piano Department, has been in America five years, having been born and reared in Germany. Mr. 'Magendanz has studied under the greatest teachers of Berlin, chief among whom is the celebrated master, Karl Klindworth, former director cf the famous Klindworth-Scharwenka Con- servatory of Music. He is not only a pianist of rare accomplisliments and a patient, excellent teacher, but a composer ot no mean ability. The Conserva- tory of Music, under his directorship is in a position to give as finished a musical education as can be secured in the Central West. MR. CLEMENS MOVIUS, Head of the Voice Department for the last eight. years, was trained by masters of the voice in Potsdam, Berlin and Paris, having studied for some considerable time with Sbriglia in the latter city. MR. ANTON STECHELE, Head of the Violin and Theoretical Departments, came to the Conservatory direct from Berlin two years ago, after many years of continuous study of the violin and theoretical subjects under Professor Gustav Hollaender, director of the Stern Conservatory of Berlin. Mr. Stechele was the director of a very excellent orchestra in Berlin for some years and since coming to America has proven himself to be a very fine musician. Mr. Stechele is a member of the famous Riccally String Quartette, the other members only recently having come to America from Germany. MR. RICHARD CALLIES, Head of the Violoncello Department, was born and raised in Berlin. After a thorough preliminary course he studied under the famous royal 'cellis't, Louis Luebeckg and then after competitive play obtained a scholarship at the Royal High School for Music in Berlin, where he became a master pupil of Professor R. Hausmann and a stipendiary of Baron Mendels- sohn. As a soloist he achieved notable successes in various cities of Germany and Austria. Josef Joachim was Mr. Callies' teacher in quartette. Mr. Callies is also a member of the Riccally String Quartette, which is considered one of the best chamber music organizations in America. MR. H. ADEN ENYEART, Voico teacher, possesses a rare tenor voice. He graduated some years since from this Conservatory of Music. He is a growing man, a serious student and a most beautiful and popular singer, though he never bids for popular effects. For years he has been tenor soloist in the First Pres- byterian Church, Lincoln, where the exactions on a soloist are severe. MISS MARY ALENE SMITH, Piano teacher and Head of the Organ Deparf- ment, graduated from the university years ago and later studied at the New England 'Conservatory of Music, Boston. She has proven her power and useful- ness as a teacher of piano, organ and musical history through several years of earnest and enthusiastic teaching in this Conservatory. She is in a position to train church organists for the church of Nebraska, being gifted with a rare MISS FRANCIS VIRGINIE MELTON, Piano teacher and teacher in Harmony, MISS FRANCES VIRGINIE MELTON, piano teacher and teacher in Harmony, is a graduate of the School of Music of Illinois Woman's College, Jacksonville, Illinois. MISS ROWENA CROMER, an assistant in Piano Department, is a grad- uate of the Nebraska Wesleyan University Conservatory of Music. With such a faculty this School of Mu-sic is able to offer all who desire musical culture the best opportunities to develop themselves in this direction. An unusually heavy enrollment has been notable this year, and shows a decided increase over previous years. E91l The Conservatory of Music CLASS OF JOHANNES IVIAGENDANZ E921 The Conservatory of Music CLASS OF CLEMENS MOVIUS E931 The Conservatory of Music CLASS OF H. ADEN ENYEART E941 The Conservatory of Music THE UNIVERSITY STRING QUARTETTES Anton Stechele, Director Grace Rogers First Violin Vernon Steak Second Violin Earl Seyfer 'Cello Anton Stechele Viola Grace Smith, first violing Stanley Brothers, second violing Wayne Atwell, 'cellog Anton Stechele, viola The Conservatory of Music coNsERvA'roRY vlEws E961 . 1 , 1 1 1 97 The North Wing THE CHILDRENS ROOM The Academy "No one under five years permitted in this room, unless acconmpanied by parents or guardians." Being a room where the proper training of young minds may be accomplished by coming in contact with the lives of the great and the glorious, A review of the effect of the Childrens Room on humanity in the southeastern part of Nebraska. on the campus :of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity. Getting ready for the Academy Masquerade February 7 l9Il E981 AQ 1 N 4 'S HU fl fl 1 fl ll Isaiigmgiaii' ,, --fx 131i- -X., -- 1:56:25 X- +xX. , - I :ZZ -- .7 553:52 'X-NNN, --K ' L f Q .fireemf X NX X' Q :ff "f9z"" ' 'F '5' ISEEFQQQ3 Mm 'W-'J 'Esssssaisasssssi ' 31' ff.. 'Q o o o O fi:-ag :mth X Q fiasaaagjzessgg' :g u I5-Q' -X : g 5, - fl X flej . X' lj99J OFFICERS PQ'es'ideo1t, Martin B. Chittick Vice Pvesidcnt, Roscoe Sill Secretary, R. A. Jelfery T0'esLs'un"e'r, Lillian Glock ACADEMY The Nebraska Wesleyan Academy during the year 1910-11 has strenuously held its position as second in importance to the College proper. While the in- crease in membership has not been great, the attendance du-ring the year being, 115, in the department of enthusiasm and general interest, a healthy growth has been manifested. Each class 'has vied with the other and considers itself the most important in the department. Class rivalry has manifested itself in class debates and athletics to a marked degree. The interest aroused by the inter-class debates spread to such an extent that an inter-school debate was held with the Fremont High School. This debate took place in the Wesleyan Auditorium, March 17, and resulted in a victory for the Academy. The Academy representa- tives Were: E. E. Wilson J13, Ivan Leech '13, A. W. Ganzel '14, with R. A, Jeffrey '14 as alternate. The debating spirit has evidently come to stay. During the year the Franklin Literary Socity Was organized an-d has filled a long felt need in the Academy life. Its membership is limited to Academy students only and all its meetings are open sessions. Many social events have been enjoyed during the year, chief among which were the I-IalloWe'en Iparty, the annual masquerade, 'held Februry 24, and a social evening at the home of Harold Magee, given 'to the Franklin Literary Society, April 14. In addition many class bums were held during the year. O F F I C ER S Fourth 1'repzn1':1t01'y First Semester Ray Deal ....,................ Martin Chittick ...,,,.,. Ruth Warrick .......,.. Alma Dorste ....,....... J, Morris Green ......,,. First Semester Simeon Cozad .......... Levi Griesel ......... Ruth Johnson ....... Warren Kline ....... First Semester C. L. Buckner ...,......... Milton Tabor ....... Elizabeth Rose ........ Elizabeth Rose ....... Irvin Vogel ........... First Semester Harvey Cooper ........... ..,,.....Pl1'GS1d6l1t ........Vice-Presidentn.. ..,......Secretary Treasurer .......,Athletic Mgr...... Third I'1'ep:1r:xt01'y ............P.resident Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer .......,,,.Athletic Mgr...... Second Preparatory .........Plresident Vice-President .,.......Secretary........ ..........Treasurer....... ........Athletic Mgr...... First Preparatory Gladis Rohrbaugh ........ ............ P resident ........... .. Vice-President John Bennett ................ .,....... S ecretary ....... Mabel Lang ..........,...,......... ...,.,, T reasurer ....,,,, Vernon Van Norman ......... ...,.... A thletic Mgr ....... 1:1001 Second Semester ' ............Ruth Warrick .........John Aikman .........Warren Pette ............Wa1'ren Pette Morris Green Second Semester E. Vaughn .........Simeon C-ozad .........'Carrie Bolton ..........Roscoe Sill Second 'Semester ..............Mi1ton Tabor .........I-Iazel Adams .......Edith Benischek ........Ruth Winneld L. Buckner Second Semester W. Ganzel ................Ha1e Bassett ....Gorden G. Vaughn ............Alma Birainard Vern-on Van Norman The Academy FOURTH ACADEMY I101J The Academy UHRD ACADEMY L102l The Academy SECON D ACADEMY H031 The Academy FIRST ACADEMY H041 i H051 North Wing BIBLE ALCOVE Student Volunteers Young Woman's Chris- tian Association Young Men's Chris- tian Association A band of students preparing to go as mis sionaries to the Foreign Field. An organization of college women to further Christian activities. A society of college men to promote Christian Work in the University. H061 The Y, W. C. A. Room STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Minnie Clausen, President - William Dewhirst, Secretary Amelia Wood, Vice-President William Ruyle, Treasurer Marie Clark John Starr Joy Schreckeugast Warren Woogerd Eleanore Bader J. West Thompson Lillian Glock Grant Sill Elizabeth Rose Robert Jeffrey Chester Wischmeier Raymond E. Kenny Fred E. Aden M071 YOUNG WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Cabinet for 1910-11 F. Ethel McAfee, General Secretary Latta Snider, President Grace Beckwith, Vice-President Bernice Buck, Secretary Marian Shrode, Treasurer Josephine Starrett, Devotional Vera Griswold, Music Anna Lane, Inter-Collegiate Mildred Claflin, Social Lucile Stanley, Bible Study Minnie Clausen, Mission Study Marie Hardy, Employment Ruth Thatcher, Room University life is brimming over with good 'things for those wlho will but partake. Intellectual, social and religious activities afford opportunity for each and every student to develop the better, finer side of his nature. There is one organization for young women which perhaps combines all of these privileges to the best advantage and places them within reach of all, the Young Womans Christian Association. It is the one great aim of this body to develop true Christian Character and in attaining this end to meet t-he social and intellectual demands of the young wcmeng to meet new girls in the Fall, to call on them and aid them in adjusting themselves to their new environmein-tg to bring both old and new to a realization of the best things college life has to offer. During the year 1910-11 two hundred and sixty-eight young women have identified themselves as members of the Yeung Woman's Christian Association. O-f these, one hundred and thirty have been enrolled for Bible Study and ninety- six for Mission Study. Heretofore the local Association has been governed by the State organization, but just recently 'this State organization has been discontinued t-o give place to what is known as the Territorial Committee. There are several of these in the United States and the Nebraska Wesleyan Association belongs to the North Central Territory, which is comprised of the five states, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa. For Territorial work 'there are Student, City and County Secretaries. It has been a great privilege to have received two visits from our Student Secretary, Miss Eva F. Morris, a charming Michigan young woman, who has the best interests of the Young Woman's Christian Association at heart. The eight young women who attended the Territorial 'Convention at Sioux City, which was under the supervision of Miss Morfris, gained an en- thusiastic impetus for renewed zeal in Young Woman's Christian Association work. ' ' ' ' The Young Womans Christian Association of the Nebraska Wesleyan Uni- versity has been very fortunate in retaining Miss McAfee as its General Secre- tary for the year 1910-11, who although receiving but half time salary, has spent the greaterkpart of her time, working and planning for the best interests of the Association. The Sunday devotional meetings are well attended, 'there -having been an average of seventy-five young women present each Sunday. Some of the leaders have been Dr. Huntington, Chancellor Fulmer, Dean McPirfoud, Miss Burns, Rev- erend Keener of the local Presbyterian church, and Dr. Lawrence of the First Presbyterian church of Lincoln. The Advisory Board of which Mrs. Keener is chairman, has proven itself a valuable support at all ti-mes. An attempt to tell all that the Young Woman's Christian Association means to college girls, would be futile. The young women, who are members of it, make it what it is and upon their co-operation, does its capacity for becoming an even stronger Christian force depend. H081 The Y. W. C. A H091 YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Ofdcers 1910-1911 President, W. L. Ruyle Secretary, A. R. Greenslit Vice-President, John W. Starr Treasurer, Loren N. Mills Religious Meetings, Wm. A, Crossland Wel-fare, H, E. Vaughn Bible Study, Leroy W. Stringfellow Headquarters, Harold Partridge Missionlary, C. C. Wischmeier Publications, Ernest Smith Membership, Logan Pruitt Lecture Course, A. C. Wilschmeier Social, Fred Aden Deputation, W. B. 'Cornish Employment, R. E. Swan Boy's Work, Roy Lenfest The general 'prosperity of the Nebraska Wesleyan University for the past school yea-r has been shared alsozby the Young Men's Christian Association. The fact that the work is carried onby the initiative of the men of the school .renders it a practical and vital organization. The plan of employing a secretary to give his full time to the work has lproved to be a wise one. Mr. R. E. Kenny has served faithfully in this capacity for two years, and has many warm friends among the men of the school and town. , The work -of the Association for this year has in many respects excelled all previous years. The large attendance and enthusiasm which characterized the opening Stag receptions has marked the work throughout the whole year. The aim to enroll every man in school as a member of the Association was more nearly realized this year than ever before. Out of the two hundred and forty- iive men in school, two hundred and twenty-four of them are Association members. The Bible study department reports one hundred men enrolled in regular daily study work. Forty men are enrolled in Mission study classes, and the missionary budget is being raised. We expect to raise 515100 for foreign work this year. The average attendance at the regular Sunday morning religious meetings has been forty-five. The new student committee and the employment bureau have been of much service to the men this year. The former committee helped many a new man locate a room, and the latter department secured labor for many of the fellows who are supporting themselves while in school. About 31,000.00 is earned each year by students performing odd jobs secured thrtugh this agency. - Many other activities of the Association proves its usefulness. A group of men Went out during vacation time and held 'evangelistic meetings in towns out in the state. They were the means of leading eighteen young men to decide for Christ. Our secretary has given a part of his time to leading gymnasium classes. The closest friendship has existed between the Association work and the church work of the town. The lecture course committee rendered valuable service to the students and lpeople of the town, by furnishing a high class of entertainments and lectures at a miminum cost. Such lecturers as delivered by George E, Vincent and .Tudge Ben Lindsay, were especially beneficial. 1911-1912 President, Loren N. Mills Social, Evert Stancliff Vice-President, A. R. Greenslit Employment, R. E. Swan Secretary, E. E. Edling Welfare, Ben Beck l Treasurer, Logan M, Pruitt Headquarters, Geo. Randall Religious Meeting, Earl Hunter Publication, W. L. Ruyle Bible Study, Grant Sill Lecture Course, A. C. Wischmeier Missionary, C. C. Wischlmeier Deputation, Fred E. Aden Membership, H. E. Vaughn Boy's Work, Walter Spaulding H101 The Y. M. C. A M111 The North Wing ETHICS ALCOVE The Boosters The College Council Being a treatise concerning those organiza- tions which take for their motto "the greatest amount of good for the greatest number. Those who utilize their energies and exercise their Wits to the end of a greater, grander and more excellent Wesleyan. A student organization for self government, blending sobriety of thought and action with self confidence and young ambition. Purpose-A more highly cultured and etli- cient student body. M121 THE BOOSTERS' CLUB The Boosters' Club Was organized two years ago for the purpose of maintaining the true spirit and for giving consistent and effective support to all enterprises which is believed would make Wesleyan a larger and greater school. Its purpose is to originate plans which shafll benefit the school and to see that these plans are carried out, either through its own organization, or through, sonna other agency. Regular semi-monthly meetings are held, Where matters of special interest to the University are dis- cussed and where committees are appointed to develope these ideas and to form them into action. The Boost- ers' Club always Welcomes ideas from Whatever source, Which pertain to the Welfare and the effectiveness of the University. The Boosters' Club is not an end in itself but the means to an end. If by its efforts, through its co-operation with the entire student body, a greater Wesleyan is achieved, it will admirably have fulfilled the object and the end, which is the cause of its existence. L113j First Semester Elizabeth Warrick ....,,.,. Earl Hunter .....,......, Merritt Hull ........, John Starr Bert Bessire Latta. Snider Ellis Fulrner THE COLLEGE COUNCIL Second Semester .,..,,Psresident Elizabeth Warrick Vice-President ...... ....,....... L atta Snlder ....,,,,Secretary-Treasurer... Swan Edna Higgins Merle Thompson Bess Warden Harold Partridge Marian Shrode Wm. B. 'Cornish Glenn Dickens Glenn Dickens Fred Aden Emily Rough Ben Beck Merritt Hull George Knight George Knight H141 H151 The West Wing BIOLOGY ALCOVE Athletics Being a dessertation and a scientific dis- cussion which admits of the establishment of absolute proof concerning "The Survival. of the Fittest" in the evolution of the -human race. A department in the Education of the Stu- dent whose function is to -broaden by reason of its fascination, to deepen because of its loyal support, and to heighten by its enthusiasm and vivid inspiration. f rr ' K Zz l Q ini 1 ffm l igniw ""1iW11n1,,W "5 D051 'l:,x syZ .s c-on H161 ATHLETIC BOARD Aden Beck Alabaster Bishop Clevenger Stringfellow Evans M171 Football i ' .. bl x xx x .Q , XM! .- .1 , '.- V xv Q i s .K x xx! . . Qgxv 'V'-' - 1 . . . ye l i .,- 3 .-AN L. ,X . ':.,.,'t,,.1.,-, R me az fe.. ve -- V K .5 Q:- ",L sawi, -,ET-1 "MQ, jr- g rw i: :Zi M- a.,5.- V911--r:f:.:m '- f- is:z1' y 1 ,ix . 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These qualities together with his clear brain, fair-inindedness and g0!lt1Clll1ll'l1Y conrluet have made him the spontaneous and unanimous choice for the next captain. 'fDick" weighs 170, is 27 years old, ranks as a Junior, and is a Dialectic. He hails from Beatrice. CARL ALBERT MEYER, Left Tackle "Obiel' was the heaviest man on the team and one of the fastest. He was good in all departments of the game but exeelled in carrying the ball and receiving passes. He is a veritable lion playing with his game, on the gridiron. Has played three years, weighs 197, is 21 years old, an Oro- philian and lives at University Place. X L1191 I1 li ROBERT FRANKLIN SANDALL, Left Guard "Bob" has all the qualities that go to make up a good football player: he is speedy, strong Cweighs 1703, heady Cis 24 years of agej, and most important of all. he has nerve, without which he would be almost useless. He is an Academy student. an Everett. His home is at York. L A VERE STERLING GLEASON, Right Tackle "Wearie" is the trickiest man on the team-he always has Z1 new one to fool his opponents with. He is a sure tackler, for they never get away from him. Gleason ranks as Academy, is 24 years of age, weighs 1541301111415 and lives in University Place. M201 FREDERICK EDWARD ADEN, Left Half "Frick" was quick to see his hole, ran low and hit the line hard. He ran well in the interference and broke up the plays of the opponents effectively. Aden is a Soph- omore, is 22 years of age, and his weight is 145. He is a Theophanian and lives at University Place, RAY MeCANDLESS, Right Half "Mae" was the fastest man on the team, this, together with his Weight, made him a good line smasher. He took care of the punting and was seldom if ever outclassed. Weighs 150, is 21 years old, a, Sophomore, in Orophilian, and he hails from Broken ow. t l THOMAS HOLTORF, Right Guard "Holy" is a natural football man al- hough he never saw a football until he eported for practice. It is enough to say that he played like EL veteran in the first game. "Holy" is counted as Commercial, his Weight is 174 and he is 19 years old. He onies from Malmo. L1 2 11 D.,IG.IT GR-ISWOLD, Center i'Grizzy" l.l121YS EL steady, consistent game and can be depended on in a tight place. I-le filled "Dick's" place at center very ac- centably. A Freshman, is 17 years old, weighs 174, and hangs out at Gordon when he is at home. If r .. 1 'sa' 1 V Z5 rf", is Q gy 2 fl? .-..v f Jr l E' 4 aw X g X r f X U if? X' X ,:.,L,g ' sf, ' :we lW?i:Ef 'ZZQWXEWW 1. . f leer gym -wyQ- YQ r1U 'V 5QfWMy??z fii ' A 1 5 f'afweaQzww?Jfvdwu' We ., """ ,'YJagXi egmss ' ff 2-,' 'N i "f H .' 0.55 ii f ri:-ff, ' ?5MnQ?'i1twi5 3' g f - ,r if ez-145 Mevew. MTWR: ve - 5 1 - - 9 W, azf . 0 was IWW 559 ef 5,- 152 12 as uw 5 f?",'y is 'Ria 7 ff 1 Ji., 4. ,f .ef f 1 ,v " ., wgff Iv' I ' f,gFb?qyQH:9p6 ,. ff, w x Y X ig , Q , Zlesiff ff A D I4 . L ,. ,.A, , . y 6 REESE KERSTER SUTTON, Full Back "Sut" was the most consistent ground gainer on the team. When a gain was needed badly "Slit" was given the job. l-le was honored by being selected as full-baek on the all-Nebraska eleven. "Sntl' lives at Havelock, is 24 years old, weighs 170 and ranks as a Senior. Football HAROLD COLE, Quarter-Back Good quarter-backs are rare, so the Coy- otes were fortunate in having "Billy," His cool head was always equal to the emerg- ency and he is a mighty good general. A steady taekler on the defense, 'a good open Iield runner, and the best man at throwing forward passes in the state, and is truly spoken of as the nervy quarter. Cole ranks as Commercial, is 20 years old and hails from Neligh. E122J T RALPH EMERSON SWAN, Right End "Swim" is quick to see through a play and break it un, fast down the field under punts and takes in the forward passes in a pretty fashion peculiar to himself. Weight is 149, and he is 20 years old. Is a Junior, an Everett and his home address is Olin- ton, Missouri. THOMAS FRANKLIN NEIGHBORS, Sub Weighs 140, is a, Sophomore, is 19 years old, an Oropliilian, and his home town is Bayard. Football WILL CHAMBERLAIN, Sub Weighs 155, is 19 years old, a Freshman, an Everett, and he hails from Blue Springs. M231 za fe ww , I M eng 2 W if f ff 'Ii elle A 1 L bee esggfm ,, , , , 1, 1:11 -51:7 V .ye r ., ., 55, ,, . ,uv V. :d fggyvrz F f w V' ,465 ,:V"jEj' " . 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A ' Q . , Q A H 1 , V, A ef' P ref" V V , ., K , P fvfil HUGH HENRY CLARK, Back Field "Sti" was a valuable utility man, step- ping into any back Held position at a mo- II19Ht,S notice and filling the place Well. Too much cerdit can not be given a man who is so versatile. Weight 148, a Freslimnn, is 20 years old, an Orophilian, and lives at University Place. r '-" Th" - :...Q,.4-::Lg.,.1- ' ""' ,- . r. , ,...,.A,M, 1 14. - ,7,,.-.,,....' .. ,,,... 1 X. - J-':z'-53219421 - ' 46:4 by 5 ,. Aw 5 ' 13? i5i. fas ::f: -7 .nfl "Q ' 5-fy? I, f'.-1v1v:: :-1'-AH 3,5 -54:2 1 ':1'--'i1'-1w-v- 22"-51' "":g93:f.: '.5,'1Z?1:-,'5"9:- ' 4W',,.54i, ang! -1:7 ,U :-v:547j'f-., , : .vf 3:25 5 .M ,.,. 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University Place-Wesleyan 51, Doane 16. Lincoln-Wesleyan 26, Nebraska 42. University Place-Wesleyan 33, Ames 23. University Place-Wesleyan 34, Highland Park 22, University Place-Wesleyan 35, York 24, Crete, Neb.-Wesleyan 23, Doane 29. Indianola, Iowa-Wesleyan 39, Simpson 31. Des Moines, Iowa-Wesleyan 25, Highland Park 24 University Place-Wesleyan 43, Kearney 12. University Place-Wesleyan 19, Hastings 26. Kearney, Neb.-Wesleyan 39, Kearney 22. Hastings, Neb.--Wesleyan 22, Hastings 30. N 'v 3 554 . ' .9 -----ulfflia .fi rm? fcfcfc- Off 4. CSBL F1191-LL V 4 H251 Basket Ball FACULTY BASKET BALL TEAM SENIOR TEAM DEFEATED FACULTY I9 to I8 M261 Basket Ball FRESHMAN GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM FRESHMAN BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM 51271 A 'VARSITY TEAM Swan Clark Mitchell Cleveng'erfCoa.chj Meyer McCand1ess Simonds fCapta,inJ Beck Keester H281 THE SENIORS-University Champ'ons THE GOMMERGIALS-Department Champions Ap1"i1 April April April April Base Ball BASE BALL SCORES Wesleyan .............. . 4 May 3 Wesleyan ,...... Kansas Aggies ....... 5 Highland Park. Wesleyan ......... 2 May 4 Wesleyan ...,,..,.. St. Mary's ,.......,. 10 Ames ......,... Wesleyan ....,.,........... 3 May 10 Wesleyan ...,... Highland Park ..,,.. . 12 Peru ,,,,..,,. Wesleyan ....,..... 10 May 11 Wesleyan ..,.... Morningside .... 2 Bellevue .... Wesleyan ,,,,. . 9 May 12 Wesleyan ....,.. Doane ......... 0 Morningside ..,. , .,,. , '- A ' ' 'C e-V w' ' : . 'fslev v iv -, Mei W e , , eef a 'A M301 'Varsity Base Ball Team Haworth Stringfellow Holtorf Swan Clevenger QCoachJ Hudson Cole CCaptai11j Crane Sutton Mitchell H311 .l, V THE FACULTY BASE BALL SQUAD Churchill Alabaster Fulmer Bishop Enyeart Clevenger Evans Scarborough Jensen McProud fNot in picturej. YELL LEADERS Smith Beck Beebe H321 CAPTAIN HOYLE TRACKSCORES 100-yd. Dash-1st, Andersong 2nd, Thompsong 3rd, Hoyle. Time, 10 2-5. 120-yd. Hurdles-1st, McCandleSsg 2nd, Thomp- song 3rd, Mufiley. Time, 17. ' Pole Vault-lst, Smithg 2nd, Beckg 3rd, Sutton Distance, 9 ft. Shot Put-lst, Suttong 2nd, Wishartg 3rd, Mc- Candless. Distance, 3934 ft. 220-yd. Dash-lst, Andersong 2nd, Hoyleg 3rd McCandless. 24. 1 Mile Run-lst, Beckg 2nd, Dallyg 3rd, Spauld- ing. 5.1. High Jump-lst, Wilsong 2nd, Mcflalldlessg 3rd, Carey. 5.7. Discus-lst, Suttong 2nd, McCancllessg 3rd, Wis- hart. 106.5 440-yd, Dash-lst, Andersong 2nd, Mickeyg 3rd Beck. 55.1. 220-yd, Hurdle-1st, Thompsong 2nd, McCand- lessg 3rd, Murfiley. Hammer Throw-lst, Suttong 2nd, Stringfel- lowg 3rd, Beck. 88.10. Broad Jump-lst, Wilsong 2nd, Davisg 3rd, Mc- Candless. 20 ft. 880-yd. Dash-lst, Beckg 2nd, Andersong 3rd Mickey. l1331 ANDERSON Winner of the Medal Track Team THE 'VARSITY TRACK TEAM M341 Track Views minds. THE RELAY TEAM Mickey Hoyle McCand1ess Anderson SH OT P UT Sutton PO L EVAU LT Smith l2O HURDLES McCand1ess Thompson H351 ,PH FLM McProud and Euyeart, Tennis Champions of Nebraska 21- 5 : .aims . K4 I Z. - 'Varsity Team-Davis, Partridge, Rayuor. H371 The North Wing HCOMMENCEMENT DAYS The Senior Class Play JUNE 2, l9lI Auditorium, 8 p. m. ASTRONOMY ALCOVE S' Shooting Stars H The Cast ' Mr. Douglas-Editor of the New York Daily ......., Merle Thompson Billy Douglas--His son, just out of college ................ Ernest Smith Frank Douglas-His younger son, in disgrace ...,..,,...... John Starr Brick Harding-A Hampton man and a friend of Billy .,., B. Bessire Mr, Busley-A private detective ,......,.,,,...,..........,. Carrol Simondsi Professor Peck-Head of the Biological Department of Colton College ..,..,.,..,.,,..,........................................... Wayne Atwell Lorraine Douglas-Mr. Douglas' daughter ,...,.., ......,,. O live Elliott Kate Wells-Lorraine's chum ...............,....,.,,.. ,,.... G race Beckwitht "Emmy Loui' Dudley ........,.......,,........,...... .....,, L ucile Stanley "Teddy" Dudley-"Emmy Lou'sH twin ........,....,.............. Clara Smith Mary Mertens-"Bugsey," a Biological product .,,. Serena O'Brient Elizabeth Monnepenny-'Pennyj' a Freshman ..o......,.... Ruth Watt Nan Dixon-a poetess ,,.........................,................................ Edith Riley Mabel Putman-i'Put,'l captain of the basketball team .....,.. . Palmer lliilrs. Storm-A "house-mother" at Colton ...,..... .,.,.... F aith Claflin iiCl1ange in cast. Mr, Busley .,,,,,,,. ..,.,,,. F rank Durham Kate Wells ,........ ,.,..... S erena O'Brie11 Mary Mei-tens ....... ....,... E dna Higgins H381 Class Play Pictures The Cast In Lor1'aine's Room H391 Prof. Peck proposes to Bugsy. Teddy gets the ring ffom Brick Harding' H401 The Colton College girls entertain Mr. Douglas The thief is discovered. H411 The West Wing ARCHAEOLOGY ALCOVE A History Records and musty documents dug out of dust covered archives. Being an attempt to establish the record of this University as it has been made by the students who have trod 'these halls since the year 1887. This history, all incomplete as it is, has been established by searching through past editions of The Wesleyan, through for- mer volumes of The Coyote, and by fathoming the memories of people. With this effort as a beginning, it is hoped that in the future all files will be held intact and that the research into the past will be unabated until the re-cords are completed. H421 1888 1894 1896 1888 1893 1895 1897 1889 1892 1897 1908 1888 1889 1888 1890 1888 1893 1907 1908 1907 1888 1889 1893 1902 1908 1889 1893 1907 1902 1908 PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES Rev. W. G. Miller 1909 .John M. Stewart H. T. Davis 1910 John A. Slater John H. Mickey CHANCELLORS Charles F. Creighton, D.D. 1908 William Joseph Davidson, B. S., A. B. Isaac Crook, A. B., A. M., D.D. D, D., S, T,B, Charles M. Ellinwood, Ph. B., Ph. M. 1910 fActing Cihancellorj DeWitt Clinton Huntington, D. D., LL. D., 1911 Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M CActing 'Chancellori Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M. L. H. D, The College of Liberal Arts DEANS Anderson R.Wight1nan, A. B., A.M., Ph.D. 1896 'Charles Fordyce, B. S., A. M., Ph. D, Isaac L. Lowe, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. 1908 Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M. PROFESSORS History and Philosophy of Religion DeWitt Clinton Huntington, D. D., LL. D., 1908 William Joseph Davidson, B. S., A. B. L. H. D, D.D., S. T. B. ' 1910 DeWitt Clinton Huntington, D. D., LL. D., L. H. D. English Bible DeWitt Clinton Huntington, D. D.,- LL. D., L. H. D. Mathematics and Astronomy A. R. Jones, A. M. 1890 Charles Dunham Rose, Ph. B., A.M, Lieutenant Alvin H. Sydenham, U. S. A. Latin Anderson R. Wightman, A. B., A. M., 1893 Francis Asbury Alabaster, A. B., A. M. Ph. D. Greek Isaac L. Lowe, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. 1898 Francis Asbury Alabaster, A. B., A. M. Modern Languages Isaac L. Lowe, A.B., A. M., Ph. B. 1896 Mrs. H. Krumdiek Corinth Leduc Crook, A. B., A. M. 1897 Abbie 'Cornelia Burns, A. B., A. M. Romance Language Mrs. Alma Holman Burton, A. B., A. M. 1910 Mrs. Bertha Watt McProud, Ph. B. Ada Magee Jones, A. B. German Abbie Cornelia Burns, A. B., A. M. History and Political Science William Thomas Cline, Ph.B., A.M., 1897 William Thomas Cline, Ph,B., A.M Ph. D, Ph. D. Minnie Jay, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. 1902 Elias Herbert Wells, Ph. B., A. M. Biology Charles Fordyce, B. S., A. M., Ph.D. Botany Albert Thomas Bell, B. S., A. M. 1910 Cyrus Vance Williams, B. Ed., A.M, Philosophy Harvey Warren Cox, Ph. B., A. M. 1910 Benjamin Whitman Van Riper, A. B. Ph.D. Geology and Geography Lieutenant Charles C. Webb, U. S. A. 1906 William George Bishop, B. S., LL. B. Charles Fordyce, B. S., A. M., Ph.D. A. M. Physical Education Zora Goodwin Clevengefr. Zoology Charles Fordyce, B. S., A. M., Ph.D. 1909 LeRoy Dey Swingle, Ph. B., Ph. D. Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M. 1911 Homer Barker Latimer, A. B., A. M. t H431 1 1 1888 1889 1897 1909 1888 1897 1906 1909 1893 1896 1907 1888 1889 1892 1888 1889 1890 1889 1891 1892 1895 1902 1889 1897 1889 1893 1896 1897 1891 1892 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1908 1909 1908 1909 1892 1893 1894 1895 1899 1901 1902 1903 1904 English William Thomas Cline, Ph.B., A. M., -1902 Ph. D. 1907 Minnie Jay, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. 1909 Frederick Ames Stuff, A. B., A. M. Physics John Christian Jensen, B. S. Chemistry Charles M. Ellinwood, Ph. B., Ph. M, 1909 Frederick James Alway, A. B., Ph. D. 1910 B. Smith Hopkins, A. B., A. M., Ph. D. William Morrison Patterson, A. B. Pearl 'Cliffe Somerville, P-h.B., A. M. 'Herman Churchill, A.B., A. M. Guy Howard Sfhadinger, Ph. B., Ph. D. Andrew Jackson Seltzer, B. S., Met. Eng Physiology and Hygiene -Clark Adelbert Fulmer, Ph. B., A. M. Normal School Principals Charles Fordyce, B. S., A. M., Ph.D. 1902 William Roberts Jackstn, A. B., A. M. Robert Childs Ord, B. S, Deans ofthe Teachers' College William Roberts Jackson, A. B., A, M. 1909 Bertram Everett McProud, A. B., A. M. Principals of the School of Expression and Oratory ' Helen Almene Parker 1899 Archibald Ed-wards Turner, A. B., B. E. Mrs. Emma Ord Gregg 1910 Wallace Eugene Knox, B. E. Hattie I. Blood, O.B. Directors of the School of Commerce W. P. Rogers. 1892 Lieutenant Clharles C. Webb. U. S. A. E. H. Thornbrue 1898 John Conden Paxton H. W, Davisson 1904 Manley Jefferson Evans, M. Accits Directors of the Conservatory Ida C. Young 1903 Oren Edwin Locke Howard C. Lowry, A. M. 1905 A. J. Vernon Spencer Oris S. Schnoauffer 1908 Edward,Meretzki-Upton Oren Edwin Locke 1909 Johannes Magendanz Herr Felix Heink Directors of the School of Art Mrs. Isaac L. Lowe 1899 Florence J, McGuire Clara WValsh 1906 Henry Howard Bagg Principals of the Academy William Thomas Cline,' Ph. B., A. M., 1898 William Elwood Kirk, A. B., A. M, Ph.D, 1902 Maurice Leonard Wickman, A.B. Frederick Ames Stuff, A. B., A. M. 1903 Francis Asbury Alabaster, A. B., A. M. James W. Bowlus, Ph. D. 1904 Albert Thomas Bell, B. S., A. M. William Thomas Cline, Ph. B., A. M., 1910 'Cyrus Vance Williams, B.Ed., A. M. Ph. D. Commencfment Day Orators Bishop J. P. Newman 1903 Bishop. H. W, Warren Bishop C. H. Fowler 1904 Dr. C. B. Mitchell Reverend G, W. Abbott 1905 Dr. E, Cornfbie Smith William M. Beardshear 1906 Bishop W. F. McDowell Dr. 'Cambden M. Cobern . 1907 Bishop W. F. Anderson Dr. D ,L. Rader iSelected as oriator but 1908 Hon. William Jennings Bryan was unable to appear, Dr. F. S. Stein 1909 Hon. Edward Wallace Hcch 4 and Dr. F. L. Wharton suprpliedj 1910 Dr. Lewis Thuber Guild Dr. A. S. Hirst 1911 Hon. Herbert S. Hadley Bishop W. A, Quale - Ivy Day Orators Charles Crawford Gorst, Orophilian 1910 Edward Ponting Imboden, Everett Albert Ray Lang, Theophanian 1911 Lyman Leigh Hanthorne, Dialectic Senior Class Poets 'C, E. Vail 1910 Gladys Hayden Anna Dorothy Darnall, Theophanian 1911 Fay Dorothy Shetler, Theophanian Presidents of the Senior Classes CNo Class Organization before 18925 1905 Ernest L. Weaver, Everett Abbie C, Burns, Orophilian ' 1906 Frances M. Huntington, Willard Iva'Howard, Orophilian 1907 Ethel Whiting, Orophilian Eva Shock, Orophilian 1908 C15 Earle M. Kendall, Theophanian Frank R. Hollenback, Orophilian Q23 Edith Lomax, Orophilian Jessie Knight, Willard 1909 Paul Thuresson, Ororprhilian William Crago, Orophilian 1910 John E. Talbot, Theophanian Clarence H. White, Orophilian 1911 CD John W. Starr, Dialectic Abram S. Woodard, Everett Julia Ingham, Willard H441 C25 Edna Higgins, Aelioian SENIOR CLASS-PLAY CASTS l908--"The Rivals" Sir Anthony Absolute ................ 'Clinton E. Collett David ...........,.,,... .....,... Lucius I. Frisbie Captain Jack Ab-solute .............. Harry O. Palmer Thomas ..A.............. ......,.. E arle M, Kendall Faukland ..,....,................................ 'Chester M. Clark Mrs, Malaprop .......... ,....,. E dith E, Dirnmit Bob Acres ,,..,......,......,... .............. N ewton B. Knapp Lydia Languish ........ ,,,,.... A ffyrtle Palmer Sir Lucius O'Tr.igger .....,..,.,..... Walter H. Kiechel Julia ....................,..... ,,.. . ,..,.....l,, I nez Beck Fag ...,,................,....................., Harvey G. Townsend Lucy .....,......,......,. .,,...... E dythe Harris l909--"Shenandoah" Golonel West-A Northern Officer ....,..,.,...... Major Buckthorn ......... . ...... Earl Bishop Thuresson Corporal.......,.............. C. Smith Robert Ellingham-A Southern Officer ...... Surgeon ..................... ...,... W . H. Coleman Isham ........Ea1rl Walker General Haverhill-A Northern Officer ...... Gertrude Ellingham ......, ..,.,...,., N ita Beck Matson Madeline West.......... ............Viola Burke Captaiu Thornton-A False Friend .,............ Mrs. Haverhill ............. .,............... E thel Howe Kline Jennie Buckthorn....... ................Anna Darnall Ligut, Frank Barlow .,..,,,,.................... Albert Lang Old Marjorie .................,.. ......... li ffargaret Hopper Captain Heartseagse-A Northern Officer Mfrs. Frank Haverhill ...... .............. R uth Dryden Stambaugh Soldiers .......Sophomores I9 I0--"Our Alma Mater" Mai-cus Aurelius Gaskill ,,.............. John E. Talbot Tin Star Shine .................................. Jolhn I. McVay Frank Harley-Student ...... Alexander Wimberly Minerva Hope-Known as Minnehaha .....,.. Bullggk Eggleston i,,,,.,.,.,....,,,,... Benjamin Mickey .................................................... Irene Sullivan Pei-Cy Wilkins ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,............ Glenn Anawalt Ethel Wilkins ............................ Maude V. Kendall Olaf Neilson-"Olaf, the assassin" .............. Mrs. Pcore-Who Boards Students .......,...,. . P. Imbodeu Russell Brown-A Student ,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,, Edward R. Jacobson Jane Hampton-A Co-ed ........ Blanche Mylander Mig Fish F01-gotson-A Loan Shark ............ Mary Madden-A Co-ed .........' ......... C lara Coulter 1909 1910 1903 1904 1905 1907 Everette Hosrnan Presidents of the 1911 Q13 Elizabeth Warrick, Willard Paul Thuresson, Orophilian John E. Talbot, Theophanian C29 Latta Snider, Orophilian Inter-Collegiate Debaters Harry F. Huntington, Orophilian Melvin W, Hunt, Everett Harry A. Taylor, Orophilian Students, Co-eds, Etc. College Council 1908 Earle M. Kendall, Theoiphanian Bertha Behle, Theophanian Walter Kiechel, Orophilian Clark Spivey, Everett 1909 Edward P. Imboden, Everett Harold Robbins John I. McVay, Theophanian 'Cl E. Newell, Tiheophanian Enor K. Matson, Theophanian B. M. Cherrington 1910 Edward P. Imboden, Everett Hattie Worley, Willard John I, McVay, Theophanian Stanton Allen, Oroiplhilian Clifford E. Butler, Theophanian Albert S. Hisey, Everett 1911 William B. Cornish, Dialectic Ethel Briggle, Willard Weldon F. Crossland, Theophanian R, A, Ggrtner Earl L, Hunter, Theophanian Orators Who Have Represented Wesleyan in the Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Contests 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1901 1902 1903 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1894 1901 1902 Won Q Won Won George O. Ferguson C. E, Winter, Everett C. E. Winter, Everett Archibald E. Turner, Oroplhilian William W. Shank, Everett Won Minnie E. Throop, Willard W011 Har-ry F. Huntington, Orophilian Won Minnie Throop-England, Willard Won Joseph Tuma, Theophanian Won Ambrose G. McVay, Dialectic Won Evans A. Worthley, Orophilian Won first place in State 'Contest first place in State Contest fir-st place in State Contest fourth place in State Contest first place in State 'Contest third place in Inter-state 'Contest second place in State Contest second place in State Contest second place in State Contest first place in State Contest iifth 'place in State Contest fourth place in State 'Contest second place in State Contest iirst place in State Contest first place in State Contest first place in State Contest Newton B. Knapp, Everett W-on Wi-lliam A. Cross-land, The-ophanian Won William A. Crossland, Theolp-hanian Won William A. Crossland, Theopfhanian Won Orators Who Have Representetd Wesleyan in the Inter-Collegiate Prohibition Oratorical Contests William W. Shank, Everett Won Harry F. Huntington, Orophilian Won Minnie Throop-England, Willard Won H451 first place in State Contest 1891 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1909 1910 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1899 1900 1901 1902 1892 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 Editors 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 Willard Hadsel, Theophanian Fred Nickols, Dialectic Evans A, Worthley, Orophilian Newton B. Knapp, Everett Grace Crozier William L. Ruyle, Dialectic Charles G. Goman, Dialectic Enor K. Matson, Theophanian Roy F. Swift, Everett Roy F. Swift, Everett Bert A. Bessire, Theophanian Marie Hardy, Theophanian Frank C. Miles Abbie Judkinsl Presidents of Won second place in State Contest Won first place in State Contest Won first place in State Contest Won Uhird place in State Contest Won second place in State Contest Won second place in State Contest Won second place in State Contest Winners of the Scholarship Prizes Senior Prize 925 Senior Prize S25 Ministerial Prize S25 Junior Prize S10 Sophomore Prize S10 Freshman Prize 3510 Academy Prize 51525 the Y, M. G. A. J. E. Houlgate, Orophilian 1903 John Burke, Theophanian J. E. Houllgate, Orophilian 1904 Shiles E. Clark, Orophilian Phillip H. Smith, Theophanian 1905 William B. Kline, Theophanian O. D. Noble, Theophanian 1906 Walter D. Bonner, Everett Archibald E. Turner, Orophilian 1907 Charles H. Windnagle, Theophanian I, C. Lemon, Orophilian 1908 Milo O. Pearson, Orophilian W, C. Keck, Theophanian 1909 Sam J. Ingraham, Everett J. F. Duncan, Theophanian 1910 Harry J. Johnson, Everett T. A. Butcher, Orophilian 1911 William L. Ruyle, Dialectic C. H. White, Orophilian 1912 Loren N. Mills, Theophanian Seth Longacre, Theophanian Presidents of the Y. W. C. A. Abbie C, Burns, Orophilian 1903 Ethel Simoncls, Orophilian Eva Shock, Orophilian 1904 Fern Atkins, Orophilian Jessie Cassidy, Willard 1905 Effie Sands, Orophilian Lena Wineland, Willard 1906 Rose Blodgett, Orophilian Hattie Moulton, Willard 1907 Ethel Briggle, Willard Bertha Mickey, Willard 1908 Bertha Behle, Theophanian Anna Beatty, Theopfhanian 1909 Jessie Bragg, Aelioian Alison Jo-hnson, Theophanian 1910 Clara Coulter, Aelioian Winnie Atkins, Theophanian 1911 Latta Snider, Orophilian 'Cora Day, Orophilian 1912 Marie Hardy, Theophanian The University Publications "The Hatchet" Business lllanagers E. H. Thorlnbrue, Everett F. R. Vifinter, Everett "The Wesleyan" T. M. Ransom, Orophilian J. G. Ruoff W. H. Turrell, Theophanian Frederick A. Stuff, Orophilian J. L. Sleeper Frederick A. Stuff, Orophilian H. R. Esterbrook, Orophilian W. W. Shank, Everett R. D. McPherrin, Everett R. D. McPherrin, Everett J. W, Emb-ree, Everett Logan H, Roberts, Orophilian Roscoe Slater, Everett Sam Jessup Sam Jessup O. D, Noble, Theophanian J, R. Gettys, Theophanian J, R. Gettys, Theophanian T. M. Ransom, Orophilian W. C. Keck, Theophanian H. L. Sams, Everett Oren E. Bowen, Orophilian L. L. lngraham, Everett Shiles E. -Clark, Orophilian Shiles E. Clark, Orophilian A. F. Tyler, Theophanian Edward G. Ingrlaham, Everett Antoine Hillyer, O-rophilian E. E. York, Theophanian Cecil Keester, Theophanian John E. Talbot, Theophanian Wayne J. Atwell,' Theophanian William A. Crossland, Theophanian Earl L. Hunter, Theophanian I1 H. F. Huntington, Orophilian Earl E. Bowen, Orophilian Bert M. Reynolds, Orloplhilian J. W. Dusenberiry, Everett H. B, Durham, Theophanian Sam J. Ingraham, Everett Ralph E. Cressy, Orophilian Clinton E, Collett, Theophanian Harry O. Palmer, Orophilian J. Earle Pearson, Everett Ernest L. Smith, Everett C11 Carl Worley, Everett C21 John Starr, Dialectic Evert Stancliff, Everett 461 The Year Book "The Sunflower" Editors Business lllaxingers 1900 Hobart G. Sherman, T-heophanian 1901 Harry England, Theophanian L. L. Ingraham, Everett 1903 A. F, Tyler, Theophanian H. B, Durham, Theophanian . . . . C. L. Anderson, Theophanian 1905 William B. Kline, T'l'l9ODl'13Ill21l1 Clark Spivey, Everett "The Coyote" Editors Business llI:annge1's 1907 W. L. Greenslit, Everett Clinton E. Collett, Theophanian 1908 Newton B. Knapip, Everett Clinton E. Collett, Theophanian 1909 Z. Stambaugh, Orophilian J. Malcolm Showalter, Orophilian 1910 Edward P. Imhoden, Everett Carrol O. Simonds, Orophilian 1911 Edith Riley, Theophanian Ernest L. Smith, Everett Athletics Presidents of the Athletic Association 1892 F. S. Greer 1906 Professor A. T. Bell 1893 A. Otis Hinson, Everett 1907 Rodney K. Johnson, Orophilian 1897 Ray D. McPherrin, Everett 1908 Harry O. Palmer, Orophilian 1898 Roy Stearns, Everett 1909 Robert M. Isham, Theophanian 1899 E. C. Stevenson 1910 John 1, McVay, Theophanian 1900 Slhiles E. Clark, Orophilian 1911 LeRoy W. Stringfellow, Theophanian 1905 Thomas Aslhby, Everett Football Captains 1894 O. D. Noble, Theophanian 1910 Carrol O Simonds, Orophilian 1897 Amos Van Doozer 1911 Benjamin H. Beck, Orophilian 1909 Robert M. Isham, Theophanian 1912 William L, Ruyle, Dialectic Basket Ball Captains 1899 R. E, Smith 1909 Benjamin H. Beck, Orophilian 1903 Merle Wyatt, Orophilian Ralph E. Swan, Everett 1904 Claude Fordyce, Orophilian 1910 Carl A. Meyer, Orophilian 1905 Ernest Lowell, Everett 1911 Carl A. Meyer, Orophilian 1906 Ernest Lowell, Everett 'Carrol O. Simonds, Oroplhilian 1907 Waldo White, Orophilian 1912 Ray B. McCandless, Orophilian 1908 Robert M. lsham, Theophanian Q Base Ball Captains 1894 S. W. Hacker, Orophilian 1907 Roy Greenslit, Everett 1899 H. M. Wright 1908 Clinton Underwood, Everett 1900 R. S. Stangland, Orophilian 1909 LeRoy W. Stringfellow, Theophanian 1905 Fred T. Nickols, Dialectic 191.0 Asa Lehman, Orophilian 1906 Jerry Miller 1911 Harold Cole Track Captains 1899 E, E. Hastings 1908 Howard Kline, Thecphanian 1901 E. E. York, Theophanian 1909 Robert M. Isham, Theophanian 1905 Thomas Ashby, Everett 1910 John I. lVIcVay, Theophanian 1907 Howard Kline, Thelophanian 1911 Herman Hoyle, Everett winners of Medals at Field Meets 1908 Robert M. Isham, Theophanian 1910 Leonard Anderson, Everett 1909 Robert M. lsham, Theophanian 1911 Leonard Anderson, Everett Track Records 1907 1908 ' 1909 1910 100 yd. Modlin :10 1 Anderson :10 2-5 Anderson :10 2-5 Anderson :10 220 yd, Modlin :23 Anderson :25 Hoyle :23 4-5 Andferson :24 3-5 440 ydg Modlin :55 2 Anderson :54 3-5 McVay :55 3-5 Roberts :58 4-5 S80 yd, - Isham 2:19 1 Beck 2:11 Isvham 2:15 1- Anderson 2:16 4-5 1 mile Brady 5:16 3 Beck 5:8 Clift 5:11 4-5 Dally 5:24 2-5 120 hurdles Isham :21 Isham :17 3-5 Isham '17 Thompson :17 2-5 220 hurdles Modlin :30 4 Isham :28 Isham :27 4- Thompson :28 High jump Isham 5 Isham 5' 4" Isham 5' 7" Cromwell 5' 4" Brd. jump Amos Mickey 20' Mickey 20' 71" Mickey 21' ly," Pole Vault FO1'dyCe S Clark 9' Smith 9' Smith 9' 8" Discus Lemon 101' 11 Kline 101' 15' Kline 108' 7" Sutton 99' W" 16-lb. shot Underwood 35 Underwood 35' 11" Kline 37' 5" Sutton 39' 8" 16-lb. ham'r Mauser 106' Kline 80' McAfee 82' 5" Sutton 105' 2 mile - Beck 11:43 M471 The West Wing FICTION ALCOVE 0 This alcove is Hlled with the most up-to-date editions. A library ticket entitles any one acl- inittance to this alcove and the use of these books. The list includes the following volumes: German 'Club Franklin Literary Society St, Cecelia Music Club Prohibition Oratorical Association Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association Debating Association Law Club Glee Club "W" Club Dramatic Club Alumni Association University Band ZKRWMMKC WWKIKC .ll V Q sl i MIN N . .X M sm: fliiiij I Der Deutscher Verein Fraulein Abbie C. Burns Jennie Dewhirst, Secretary Ralph F. D0SSCh61', PF6SiC1G11'i Chester C. Wischmeier, Treasurei Stanley Blythe Roxanna Hunt Inez Palmer Olivia Burch Henry Jacobson Ella Sipp Minnie Clausen Mary Eger Ruth Files Clara Hawk Alfred Krause Ethel Newbecker Eda Nilspel Ethel Ochiltree 51491 Latta Snider Marietta Snow Alma Whiting W. A. Wullschleger Franklin Literary Society The Franklin Literary Society made its debut in Wesleyan circles the lirst of this year. It was organized for Academy students only, anyone registered in the Academy being eligible for membership. Its charter members number sixty-three. Simeon Cozad Was elected as the iirst president and he was followed in turn by James C. Keegan, whose iniiuential leadership has added much to the growth and quality of the society. The organization takes its name and a portion of its con- stitution froin a former Academy men's society, which was discontinued after a few uneventful sessions. The Franklin Literary Society stands for equality, intellectual culture, moral development, and social intercourse. Its unique and interesting programs attract increasing attention. T-he organization is eflicient in debate, has, an excellent quar- tette and is second to none in the university in numbers and spirit. FRANKLIN QUARTETTE H501 H512 Saint Cecelia Music Club .u,...i' OFFICERS Presficlent, Estella Smith Sl5'easure0", Anabel McLain Vice-Pvesiclent, Maude Kelly Sergeant-at-A0'ms, Grace Gilpin Secretary, Pansy Smith Ilfatron, Mrs. Johannes Magendanz Lura Bittner Charlotte Brown Marguerite Davis Lucy England Alvhild Flodeen Mabel Griien Ola Hancock Giace Hininan Mary Keim Rachel Kirtland Aline Kiplingei' Lucy Leist H521 Elsie Miller Alfaretta Nisley Maude Ralya Mabel Smith Edla Wilkins Dora. Wilkins Prohibition Oratorical Association OFFICERS Presidemi Simeon E. Cozad Secretcwjq, Williain Fawell Trcccsurcr, R. A. Jeffrey I CHARLES GOMON The Prohibition Association at the Nebraska Wesleyan University is growing in size and in power. Its purpose is a systematic study of the liquor problem. United with the National Inter-'Collegiate Association it offers its members the Widest possible range of information. To inspire a greater interest in the Work, a series of contests are arranged each year. Prominent among these are the Oratorical contests. By means of these the student Inembe-rs of the Association are afforded the opportunity of Winning not -only local and state honors but inter-:state and National as Well. Mr, Charles Gomon was the winner of the local contest this year. He Won second place in the state contest, which was held at Cotner University on April 28th. H531 Inter-Collegiate Oratorical Association OFFICERS A. V. Hunter Frank Schertz fVice-Presidentj fSecretaryJ R. A. Wilson J. W. Thompson CTreasurerJ CPresidentD For the fifth time Wesleyaii has Won first place in the State Oratorical co-ntest This makes the present year one of enjoyable success in oratory. The local contest held December 15 with five contestants entered, showed the interest with which this branch of activity is regarded by the student body. In this contest Mr. William A. Crossland won nrst place and Mr. William B. Cornish, second. Mr. 'Crossland represented Wesleyan at the State contest held at Hastings, Feb- ruary 17, and there did enviable credit both to himself and to his Alma Mater. On the day of the contest a large number felt reasonably sure of victory. At twelve o'olock that night, however, as the University bell told that even the most extravagant expectations had been realized, for, as reports announced, Crossland had been awarded three Hrsts and a second, expectncy gave way to certainty. On the following morning at a special convocation held in honor, of the victory, addresses were made by Chn- cellor Fulmer, Professor Wells and Mr. Crossland. It 'was easily seen there that con- siderable interest had been stimulated for next year's work in -oratory. The Oratorical Association is now a substantial organization 'having a constitution and oflicers elected from the college classes. L15-lj Int er-Collegiate Oratorical Associatio Vi p V w WILLIAM A. CROSSLAND Winner of First Place in the State Contest, held at Hastings, February 16, 1911 H551 J Il Debating Team OFFICERS President, Ellis Fulrner Vice-President, Ethel McAfee Secretcwy, Weldon Crossland Treasurer, Evert Stancliif "Resolved, That Debating at Wesleyan during the past year has been a success." Wesleyan's supremacy in the forensic art in the years 1906 and 1907 was un- questioned. To be brief, she won from Morningside, Baker and Simpson. But after the departure of the Demosthenes a slight decline was experienced which continued until the Coyotes scalped Grand Island in 1909 and Was-hburn in 1910. But last fall Wesleyan found herself without a debater of intercollegiate experience. It was evident that some strenuous measures must be adopted in order to stay in the ring. So the Debating Association offered a championship pennant to the college class that should secure honors in a series of interclass debates, the final being between the upper and the lower classmen. So much for the history of the question, First, t-he intense interest displayed by both debaters and student body demon- strate the success of the year's debating. The classes took up with the interclass de- bates with an enthusiasm and spirit which was beyond the wildest dreams of the Association. Evidence of this is seen in the fact that twenty-two Freshmen and twelve Sophornores entered the preliminaries of their respective classes, with the Juniors and Seniors lining up in proportion: thirteen competitors entered the college prelirnin-aries. Only such spirit could have produced and presented the material in the most creditable and commendable manner which characterized the entire series of debates. These debates proved of inestimable value to the college team: and to the inter-class debaters is due a portion of the credit for Wesleyan's victory over Washburn. This interest extended to the entire student body, resulting in a display of loyal support unknown in former years. The class teams were loyally supported by their classes and in the final college debate all joined hand-s in true Wesleyan style. Secondly, the results of the yearis debates proves an unqualified success. First, Wesleyan, though 'sfhe had n-0 debaters of inter-collegiate experience, again won from Washburn. Second, a goodly num-ber of promising men, especially among the lower classes, have been lined up for the inter-collegiate debates of coming years. Third, even on the third and fourth generation has this spirit descended, resulting in a victory to the Academy over the Fremont High School. Fourth, the inter-class debates have made possible a tri-angular debate for next year, which has already been arranged for. Such are the reasons for describing "success" as "decided" The Renaissance has dawned and will not give place to the Age of Pope. Under the guidance of Professors Wells and Churchill, debate has come to stay. Ll56l 'Varsity Debating Team W. F. Crossland W. B. Cornish E. L. Hunter M571 The University Champions SOPHOMORE TEAM W. B. Cornish W. F. Crossland Charles Gomon THE JUNIOR TEAM Which lost to Sophomores on final debate A Earl L, Hunter Ross Newkirk Anna. Lane M581 The Law Club HONORARY Prof. E. H. Wells Miss Celia Chase ACTIVE Jessie Hull '13 Edna Higgins '11 Edna Stringfell-ow '14 Don R. Leech '11 E. Merle Thompson '11 Ralph R. Leech '14 Earl M. Lobb, '14 Law, braska William B Cornish '13 Stanley Blythe '13 Harold B. M-uxiley '14 Henry A, Jacobson '13 Earl L. Hunter, '12 Alfred Krause, '13 Weldoii F. Crossland '13 Ross L. Newkirk, '12 Harry Butler M591 Glee Club ITINERARY--SEASON l9ll Havelock, Neb. Pawnee City, Neb. Aurora, Neb. Beatrice, Neb. Kearney, Neb. Fairbury, Neb. Lexington, Neb. York, Neb. North Platte, Neb. Osceola, Neb. Holdrege, Neb. Valparaiso, Neb. Denver, Colo. Friend, Neb. Scotts Bluff, Neb. Davenport, Neb. Alliance, Neb. Stromsbulrg, Neb Gord-on, Neb. Central City Neb O'Neil, Neb. . Albion, Neb University Place, Neb. Omaha, Neb Milford, Neb. Craig, Neb Weeping Water, Neb. Home Concert Uni Wyrnore, Neb. Place OFFICERS A. V. Hunter, President-Manager. L. N. Mills, Traveling Manager R' A. Greenslit, Secretary-Treasurer. G, E. Dickens, Custodian ROSTER First Tenor Baritone C. F. Tuttle S. W. Marshall H. M. Miller R. F. Sandall H. J. Green L, N. Mills Second Tenor ' Bass R. A. Greenslit G. L. Rumelhart J. W. Thompson G. E. Dickens M. Hull E. I. Fulmer E. R. Seyfer A. V. Hunter Accompanist Ellis I. Fulmer SPECIAL FEATURES OCTETTE-Messrs. Tuttle, Green, Hull, CORNETIST-Mr. R. A. Greenslit Thompson, Mills, Marshall, Dickens, WHISTLER-Mr. C. F. Tuttle Rumelhart, READER-Mr. Raymond MoCo1cl "DUTCH QUARTETTE"-Messrs. Tuttle, H. Aden Enyeart, Director. Greenslit, Hunter Dickens. M601 "W " Club The "W" Club was organized March 8, 1911 Purpose: To promote all branches of Athletics in the Nebraska Wesleyan University OFFICERS President, Benjamin H. Beck Secretary-Treasurer, Anton L. Keester MEMBERS Harold Cole Benjamin H. Beck Fred E. Aden Ray Mcllandless r Hugh H. Clark Thomas Holtorf Robert Y. Sandall Dwight P. Griswold William L. Ruyle Ralph E. Swan Ivan Mitchell Herman Hoyle H621 Vere Gleason Leonard O, Anderson Roy Wilson Merle E. Thompson Ernest L. Smith Harold Partridge William Crane Roy Hudson Reese K. Sutton Carrol O. Simonds LeRoy W. Stringfellow Anton L, Keester H631 The Dramatic Club Walter Spaulding Eda Nispel Fred Aden Minnie Stroebel Nelle Schertz Olive Elliott Pansy Smith Margaret Kepner Earl Lobb Jessie Elliott Emily Rough Mattie Gifford Roy Wilson Doris Goodale Irene Rice Lulu Good Beulah Champ M641 Alumni Association Officers for l9l0-l9Il Pfesidelli, Gerald E. Currier '08 Second Vice-President, Bertha Wirnberiey- First Vice-President, Blanch Robinson-Alabas- Waltz '08 ter '95 Secretary-Treasurer, Abbie C, Burns '92 Historian, Harry A. Taylor '05 Officers for l9ll-l9l2 President, Gerald E. Currier '08 Second Vice-President, Thomas A. Butcher, '00 First Vice-President, Edie Dietrick '06 Secretary-Treasurer, Warren Thompson '07 Historian, Harry A. Taylor '05 Trustees Term ending 1912-A. Otis Hinson '96 Term ending 1913-Thomas M, Wimberley '95 ' Officers of the Home Chapter President, Thomas A. Butcher, '00 Treasurer, Clark A. Fulmer '98 Vice-President, Bertha Wimberley-Waltz '08 Director, Pansy Coffin-Currier ,09 Secretary, Edna Noble '00 Officers of the Boston Chapter President, Melvin C. Hunt '06 Secretary, William H. Beers '07 Treasurer, Oliver H. Langdon '07 M651 The University Band 0. H. GREENE, Director Interest in a University Band was stimulated anew with the arrival of Bandmaster Green. His conscientious Work and untiring energy have made for us a band of exceptional merit, and one of which We are justly proud, All the Wesleyan students unanimously thank the band for its evening concerts, its in- spiring music on the athletic field and its annual home concert. The band has a roster of thirty members, as follows: Eb Clarinet: Eb Clarinet: Solo Bb Cornet: lst Bb Cornet: 2nd Bb Cornet: Alto: Roy Hudson Guy Rummelhart Ernest Smilh Leonard Rickard Ford Eyerly Paul Griesel J. D. Fritzinger Arthur Greenslit C. E. Catlett Ross Newkirk Fred Dow Count Bates Vernon Van Norman Ray Bates James Mickey Frank Gardner Leslie Stephens H661 Alto Saxaphon Tenor: Trombone: Baritone: Bass: Bass Drum: Snare Drum: M. G. Bates Martin Chittick Walter Goffe Arthur Gill Harry McLaughlin Raymond Carey Reuben Seidel Loren Mills Alfred Hunter Rolland Rousch Shirley Marshall Ernest Crow Ray B, McCandless A Scene in the Kindergarten lfi 671 The West Wing Societies SEVEN DAY BOOKS in An alcove containing the Very newest and latest the line of fictiong publications which have but transitory interest and Whose popularity is di- rect from the press. Aelioian Orophilian Girls Theophanian Girls Willard Dialectic Everett Orophiliau Men Theopluanian Men Inter-Society Harmony M681 V3 AJ E if .sw jx Q A elioian Motto: "Licht, mehr lichtf' Colors: Salmon Pink and White Edna Ihgghm V Hazd Bahey Grace Frisbie Mabel Wakeman Mary Spracher Ada Partington Laura Gale Nora Bahard hlamon Shrode A Eula Black Amelia Wood Emily Rough PLEDGES ' Ida Craig Anna Lane Ellen Throop Edna Thomas Pansy Snmth Alva Read Jessie Elliott Alice Hayden Carrie Higgins Lillian Glock Jessie Ballard Hazel Smith H701 " , , 3 ' ' ' 2 i 2 Q , 1. V? , ,wk-ff ' ff ,mx -- . f - f V 4 gf ',.ff - 'Y f -f:. 7 ' - Z 55 7 ' , , - - , , ' mu Af' -V -1'-:V ,N LAM 3, -uw. ,AJ I1711 4 Orophilian Girls Colors: Pink and Blue Flower: Pink Rose Dora Carrell, ....... Latta Snider ...... OFFICERS Patroness Mrs. Ethel Starr Clevenger President .........,...........,......,..,........... ...,....Vice-PreSident..,,,.... Ruth Maris ....,,,,... ,,,,,,.4,, S ecretary ,,,,,,44,. Irene Roup ......... Grace Beckwith Dora Carrell Georgia Craft .........T1'easurer....,,,, SORORES IN UNIVERSITY A Ethel Ochiltree Zola Ochiltree Anne Paton .Alma Whiting ..,.....Grace Beckwith ..,,,...Ruth Maris ,........Irene Roup Aileen Eberrnan Irene Roup Ruth King Grace Smith Sarah Kirtland Latta Snider Ruth Maris Josephine Starrett Serena OlBrien Elva Thuresson Alma Whiting PLEDGES Margaret Kepner M721 V 4 . . V . -f' ,. 1 pf- an iq X Q ., Wh M n5- 5m,Q Q ' W V- . -L 1 V .1 Q ' Q1g:1:egf , ,z- Mmm 'W ., f:swggN- H AT fP4 w'u+ wwwd 1wH ..mim- -:fgw -A an M , Y 2 .ge .1-1 212142: - 4 ,:,:E " 15 fisya wyygw spy, QQ 1,51 g A '? ffae . ,.S - : H Q- 1 1' :2:,,,f '-,: ' ' 1'EAf - ,: x. WV-T ' ., 4' ' A .:.'.,-2'-2"'f' ,1f1:?'- - Aww, . if . ' A Q ' ' 'M -v f 1 312" 'ay-vi' 'X Y - :1 , . 'fffa' ' 'f""f'.: , , 5 ""' f Qi, Qs: ' ' -'FR 1. -f' ' I :Sf ' -. ' 'Fi ,'Z' k Y . . 922.22135 - 3.'f2:5W..":1 X Q: U ggi 51731 Theophanian Girls COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Faith Margaret Clailin Sarah Edith Riley Marietta Snow Ru-th Balch Myrtle Blanche Grubb Anna Marie Hardy Floy Ethel Bimson Mildred Perkins Claflin Susan Maria Brodball Eva Edith Ernbree Helen Eva Gruver Senior Mary Neff Eger Fay Dorothy Shetler Ruth Linley Watt Junior Ethel LaClaire Delzell Vera Ellen Griswold Mary Faye Thompson Sophomore Velma Adair Chamberlain Bess May Dafoe George Ruth Schreckengast Freshman Jay Elizabeth Bryson Marguerite May Foxrbes Eula Dell Marshall Bessie Jeanette Marsteller JOY G611GVTa Mills Leora Frances Smith Alta Margaret Stewait CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Rowena Clare Cromer Bernice Edith Gates Hazel Frances Coffin Flossie Azalia Hughes Tapka Emily Aden ACADEMY Carita Clark Schreckengast Edna Blanche Stringfellow PLEDGE Evangeline Robinson COLORS Crimson and White FLOWER The Marguerite H741 Q1 VV- VV V 1 V1.1 . 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VVt5.sV:g.VV2Vf:,eV .:.Vss ,..,:.VSV .1 .111 .V :..:.Vf 1. 2913: ' 'G+' t6f'.V.1:1Vf?i,f1rV.5" 1: Miki' 'lmifr Wk' Em. 5? 'VU' '7' 'K'f5f'V'1V V+ fi: 5z.24VVVf' 'f1"?LR'!ViV?T5 133'd'3":i'1""?i" -"vii" V M751 The Willard Society Colors: Pink and Green Flower: La France Rose OFFICERS Lucile Stanley, President Bernice Buck, Vice-President Madge French, Secretary Nan Carney, Treasurer Floy Lewis Bernice Buck Gladys Johnson Bess Warden Nan Carney Ethel Anawalt Lucile Stanley Ruth Files Elizabeth Warrick Clara Smith Carol White Loretta Slater Ruth Warrick Fern Kerr Eunice Johnson Madge French Mae Winter Gertrude Joy Eva Bolton Marguerite Davis Sadie Thatcher Ruth Johnson Hazel Grimm Dorothy Kauffman H761 H771 Dialectics q Motto: "Plus ultra." Colors: Purple and Gold. E. Merle Thompson L. Leigh Hanthorne J. Warren Woogerd Frank MoCarter William B. Bliss LeRoy A. Burgess Homer Spencer Raymond B. Carey John W. Starr William B. Cornish Bert L. Story Simeon Cozacl E. Merle Thompson J. Arthur De Bardleben Chester C. Wischmeier William A. Dewhirst J. Warren Woogerd William C. Fawell Harry E. Vaughn Robert. Fawell Arthur C. Wischmeier John D, Fritzinger J. Gordon Vaughn Milo L. Gollaher Harry E. Shopbell Charles G. Gomon Louis D. Richtmeier William L. Ruyle L. Leigh Hanthorne Don R. Leech B. Frank Schock Henry A. Jacobson Robert R. Miller Ivan L. Leech Gola B. Johnson Ralph R. Leech Earl M. Seyfer H1781 H791 President ................. Vice-President .,..... Secretary 4,......... .. Treasurer .,.. Everett OFFICERS l889 First Term f Second Term L. Smith L. O. Anderson J. Hartsook H .P. Hoyle I. Torpin R. D. -Currier E. Dickens G. E. Dickens I ACTIVE MEMBERS Leonard O, Anderson J. Bradley Buck William Chamberlin Ralph D. Currier Clarence A. Davis Glenn E. Dickens R. Arthur Greenslit Arthur J. Hartsook Herman P. Hoyle Samuel J. Ingraham Clifford M. Kidd James H. Mickey L. Ross Newkirk Ernest L, Smith Ralph E. Swan Evert L. Stancliff R. Ivan Torpin Carl H, Wo1'ley PLEDGES Robert E, Chitti ck Vern L. Steak Robert Y. Sandall Walter C. Yanike H801 Third Term A. J. Hartsook R. E, Swan L. R. Newkirk C. M. Kidd H811 Orophilian Men OFFICERS FOR FIRST SEMESTER President .........................................,,,.........,.. Carl A. Meyer Vice-President ......... .....,. A rthur Gill Secretary ............... .,...... H arold R, Partridge Treasurer ....................................... ,............... . J. Gardner Beebe OFFICERS FOR SECOND SEMESTER President ...........,..............................,.........,.... I , West Thompson Vice-President ..,...... ......, B . H. Beck Secretary ............... ........ T hos. Neighbors Treasurer ............r.....................................,... Arthur Gill Carl A. Meyer B. H. Beck A. L. Gill H, R. Partridge Carl Bailey E. R. Eisenhart June Blagg Dr. H. A. Taylor E. B. Jackson A, Roy Israel Harley Campbell Robert Smith Ben Bowers T. C. Moyer FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATES J. WVest Thompson J. G. Beebe J. W. Miller Leslie Winter Ralph Doescher Malcolm J, Showalter Guy Rumelhart FRATER IN FACULTATE H. Aden Enyeart FRATRES IN URBE Earl S. Bishop Alvin Campbell Prof. Frederick Stuff Harry L. McLaughlin Chas, M. Strader W. O. W. Reynolds A. L. Rowsey H821 C. O. Simonds Frank E. Durham R. B. McCandless Hugh Clark Thos. Neighbors Claude Dally Dale Boyles H. R. Rupert Dr. C. A. Reynolds Merle Kline George Thomas Sam Starrett John Priest H831 Theophanian Menl SENIORS E. B. Smith Wayne J. Atwell Bert A. Bessire William A, Crossland Roy E. Lenfest JUNIORS Ellis I. Fulrner A. V. Hunter Earl L. Hunter Loren N. Mills L. W, Strin gfellow FRESHMEN Fred Aden Harold R. Cozier .Dwight P. Griswold Glenn R. Haworth Merritt A. Hull George R. Knight Wilmer O. Lewis Shirley Marshall 'William J. Muntz J. I-Iyer Miller Boyd W, Raynor J. Carroll Reynolds ACADEMY SOPHOMORES Fred E. Aden Weldon F. Crossland Walter B. Spaulding Charles F. Tuttle Roy A. Wilson Martin B. Chittick Ross K. Hosrnan Logan A. Pruitt COLORS Crimson and White H841 SOCIAL MEMBERS Harry M. Miller Clifford E. Butler H851 Inter-Society Council Ernest Smith Wayne Atwell J. West Thompson Don R Leech Everett Theophanian Men Orophilian Men Dialectic Lucile Stanley Faith Claflin Alma. Whiting Edna Higgins Willard Theophanian Girls Orophilian Girls Aelioian H861 H871 The West Wing MODERN LITERATURE Publications The Wesleyan The current events of the day as given forth to the world once a week by this student publication, entered in the postoiiice at University Place, Nebraska, as second class inatter, The Coyote The events and happenings put into order and bound I in a book-the yearly publication of the students of the Nebraska Wesleyan University. dew. ,, 0 635' y . ' 5 2 5 - b , X ,fail in , g . 1 fo- ' 'ex iq- 5211! ' if-1 - 2 0 M , . .-fig, ' . ' - . A "'n if ie D :A-jl'fl'A:. - fo ! .QA AT:-..'.,1,A-: I X00 0 Q G D D000 numb isbn ',J Qygc 6 Quo' - X DN - XQXQXSX9 . 1- A, V , . M881 :GBA f1e1.i.. ' The Coyote Editor Edith Riley '11 Assistant Editor . Faith Clafliu '11 ' ,,,, 'fr' " , 1 A-: 1: -ci :-'f'-3' JWGWGQGT - . , 'ffl-? 4- ' 2, .39-'e:f 5f',i' " Ernest S11'11'th, 11 Assistcmt Manager Arthur Gfreenslit '13 H891 l9ll 1 , , 1 y 4, I ,M 1 Sm, ., ,V - :-:4.,, . ,fi 4 W 4 X 'W' 5 ' M fp Awtist Elizabeth Wa1'rick 2. WIA- -11 Oo'gomiza,tions Wayne Atwell '11 1 1.,,f4f-wjzffwalff V '- If 1 If 'I M f 1 I 1' fix if 'W " iff , , , 5 . vw 1 4 . 1 I f 1 kg In fi? aff 0 flu ' y ,ff , I y f ' 'ff' .Designefr Anna Lane ,12 Athtetzcs Harold Partridge '12 The Wesleyan I9 u Ecllitow, Vlfilliam A. Cnossland, 'll , , 4- Ross K. Eosman lllcmagev, F'i'rs't Semester, Carl Wor-ley, '13 AWECMS1 Amzemsg ROY A- Wilson, ,13 -Ilfomager, Second Semester, John VV. Starr, '11 500059, Ruth FUGS, '12 Associaw Editoq-, Fred E, Aden, 713 Dejacmwwm, Weldon F. Crossland, ,13 Asslt llfcmagevr, Arthur DGB31'd6l3Jb6D, '13 17 VK O- A-Q Lima' Snider, 711 Academy, Simeon Cozad M901 51911 M921 Elggl The West Wing Rules THE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. MAGAZINE ROOM This room is not to be used for study. When reading do not laugh in a loud and boistrous manner. There is no necessity for it. Do not turn on the lights unless they are actually needed to see the jokes. Do not laugh or grin or grimace at any joke or other- wise peculiar speech concerning the genleman to Whom this rocrn is dedicated. There is a strict rule regarding any one who might regard this as an Almanac. Even the Word is tabooed. - DEDIGATION To BENJAMIN WHITMAN VAN RIPER Is This -Joke Given in solemn dedication May it assist to ever keep his memory green in the hearts of his countrymen. -H941 Y . , F Y ., 4 4 1 f' "'Q"fw, A , - f s 1- '11 111 A R finial 1:51 -11357312 1 1 - -' . ., Ht 5- ,fmg1A:,:1' gal' .Z-Z-g .4 'va-fzvqg 1? -va 1: :su e L: 3, -11 -L1-4-la:ff.'g::f....ff 1.1, 4.5.-2:52. a1':y1,S5 f rs, 1 ' P1I-5iE553'.i?i1 ?Ef'1 '- 1 Q fii 11? ' 3 ' A 51 ' 5 ' , E .xfw4P'1x1 w 'mf5f'Mz Mwfnf1gf+v fm bfi-f-u.::1z5 , I -5' . 52,9 . K. fy ' H ." ' ---'-' v : ti.: rig- V - : '01, -f-54, .- in 4, t-:nf ,:- N- ': LL . ,- fiw "W if ' T " ' ,'A' 5 j' V- WW ' ' ' gf? - Q . . ' 3: 7 rw il? '1 5 Elk? i,?.2:b:"Wa'zr8f"h Y ' 5' Rx" A G13 Eisnic ?fFJ :IIS W ' IIIIL 1?-"'-6 SHORT STORY Q , NUMBER, L TEN CENTS. If 1 K 'rms cunfrns vuausrunq commnv X' uf -5-' N . Y f .. ' 7 SW: Mmm ? Mg. .- H951 That Reminds Me September 1 -:-A--mms. vr-e---"f '2i,,',, '.. 1-rx-xr ,. X-..:, ii.. .!.-,- ,gl ,,:,: :e..Q:,:-:rf .mfs . mrgyg- ' See Sept. 1-A "be one, get one club" goes pienicing in the sand hills. 'Sept 9-That Crete Camping Crowd comes back. No hearts broken, all hands securely held. Sept. 10-The Freshman drops the plow to join the ranks 'of hard Workers. Sept. 12-Registration. The "Rushing" season formally opens. Sept. 13-Y. M. C. A. Stagg in fthe gym. Sept. 15 - Professor Knox makes his Hrst a.ppea.ra.nee at chapel. Sept. 16-The first coat of Eur begins to fly in the class elec- tions. Sept. 20-MoProud and Enyeart win Championship doubles. Sept. 21-Reception to the stu- dents ait the church, given by the Epw-orth League. "Come and be fed? Sept. 23-'The Wesleyanu special Convocation, September 9 15 If . ' A13 September 10 October 1 September 25-Dr. Schreckengaslt preaches his first sermon in University Place. The girls report their experiences at Cas- cade to the Y. W. C. A. Sept. 26-Football schedule completed. Great joy everywhere for Carrie is in his old place. Sept. 27-Rushing. September 25 The Everetts clean house, Sept. 28-Awful! Great consternation on cam pus, Carries father forbids him to play football, First Senior burn. A chafing dish party in the gym. Sept. 29-Chancellor Fumler's opening address September 27 " Sept 30-Rushing. Oct. 2-Football game: Grand Island 0, Wesleyan 12. Oct. 9-The Sophomore President goes strolling. M971 . A 7 Special convocation to boost the "Wesleyan 4003' 'Complications arise: Car-r1e's father relents but . his mother refuses! 5, A V , Oct. 1-A Freshman performs at the order of some 154 " 5 ' 1 . 2' , upper c assmen M y Oct. 3-The Freshman-Sophomore class scrap. . . . . , Oct. 4-Relief 1n sight! C3.I'1'16'S mother consents, fr but even then some mysterious pow- I Oct. 5-lt's all a hopeless "case" R Sh. 1. .. Jw V. Ve al! u me 2 1 Oct, 7-Sophomores receive the Freshmen at Walsh ' Haul ....,.. . f October 9 October 27 A 1 we x t . Q - October 10 October 10-That "Smoke Stack of Hades" is aiill in evidence as' campus scenery. Oct. 14-Prof. Magenclanz, Stechele, and Miss Melton make their iirsft chapel appearance. Oct. 21-The Inter-Society Council adopts its constitution. Oct. 28-Football: Bellevue 3, Wesleyan 0. Oct. 31-The 'band stand is cremated. Rushing, Nov. 10-Convocation, Oratorical Contest. ' Nov. 11-Football: Doane 8, Wesleyan O, The game draws Currier and his car. Nov. 12-The 1895 rock is scaled once more. Nov. 18-Senior Recognition Day. November 18 L1 981 1 asf November 11 F On Thanks-Giving Day 1 mater 53-g s:-., , ,,A. . November 12 Nov. 21-The annual Conservatory recital at St. Paul's. Nov. 22-Senior-Junior football game. Carrie and Wayne play in spite of parental objections. Freshman-Sophornore Olympics. Nov. 23-Thanksgiving vacation begins. Nov. 24-Thanksgiving Day. Nov. 28-End of vacation. - Rushing! Rushing! Dec. 3-The annual football banquet at the Lincoln. i f.. 51991 November 24 I ...,...-------1 Dec 4-Ross Newkirk passes the Rhodes Scholaiship exannna tion. Dec. 7-Leigh Hanfthorne is elected the Ivy Day Orator. December 10 November 22 Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec. Dec. Dec 8-Society Receptions begin. 9-Seniors win College championship in basketball. 10 12 14 15 19 -Herr WL1llschleg'e1' gets a. scholarship at Chicago University. -Seniors win the University championship in basketball, -Society pledging day. -William A. Crossland Wins the local contest. -Christmas vacation begins. I f 1' 11 ll I I llll ll 4 l X c 1 -14 A LZOOJ i. 4 ,. Jan. 5-Smallpox invades the University. Jan, 8-Bishop Nuelsen is at Chapel. 1 Jan. 10-Y. M. C. A, Stagg in the English X Rooms. Jan. 12-The football team awarded 'tW's." Jan. 13-Opening game of 'Varsity bas- ketball: Coyotes 42, York 25. Jan. 16-Convocation for Pan-Wesleyan banquet. Jan. 19-'tThe Coyote" gives a shadow picture convocation. Jan. 23-Dr,.4Huntington leads chapel. Jan, 24-Dr, Collins of Grace Church leads chapel. Jan. 25-Dr. Northrup of Trinity Church F0bl.'1l211'y 24 , leads chapel. Jan. 26+Day of Prayer for Colleges. Jan. 27-Semester examinaltions begin. nnuary 5 Febr, 14-The College of Hearts and Glances reaches its culmination and surpasses its limited number of registrations. Febr. 16-Convocation for Crossland, Winner of the State Oratorical Contest. Febr. 22-Celebration of Washington's birthday. Governor and Mrs. Aldrich, the guest of the day. , Febr. 25-"Tod-ay, I'm a bachelor. Until she comes backg I'll be alone, 'by gar!" Febr. 25-The captain of the basketball team gets' his shoulder out of place. ' 9 5 sg f - f 4 . . gi H2011 March 1-Brorno-Seltzer is chivaried. Dr. Crawford of Alleghany College gives i'Savonarola" at chapel March 2-Prof. Jensen gives current events at chapel. March 4-The Seniors pay homage to "Miss Lucile I-Ianthornef' March 6-Informal "feed" in the Senior lecture room. March 7-Herr Crossland presides at the piano. Februzlry 25 L2021 March 1 March 11-The lecture course Wischmeier poses for a picture, March 14-Fay Dorothy Shetler is elected class poet. March 15-Latta Snider runs from the camera. Mil-F011 2 Blafch 29 February 22 H2031 Febr. 1-The second semester begins. Junior bum at the home of Marie Hardy. Febr. 3-State convention of the Student Volunteers begins. Febr. 6-Judge Ben Lindsey of Denver, Colo., addresses the sbudent body. March 1 Febr. 14-Professor Andrew J. Seltzer surprises his friends and is married in Kansas City. March 5-Y. W. C. A. election and reception to the new officers. March 6-The Seniors defeat the faculty at basketball. eswv. err' ouuwneff 1 EWU? 00 : cf-An 1'v-1 NUT E 3933596 ff- 2:'iir::.12':Y f 'WW J f K 4' 1 "" H ff W .1- ' ' " JZ' , 7 g gi 5 il H Sfvf . 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He approached the professor and said: i'Sign ine up for some 'Hygieniej I think I need it." yu Chancellor Fulmer in his opening address-1 "lf people would avoid CI-Darius there would 'be fewer cripples in this world." Late to bed and early .to rise, Gives a fellow sticks in his eyes. The dandelions whose heads were lost sometime ago, gave up the ghost early this morn- ing. I206J E-,-,r-Sf it ef ,fl . A1 :"fv!S:3 .- ji' .' 1 Q .-af., .5-1,42-:,,Q:5,sQ e :.,.,,e:-ir.-1:-sf ezw,,4-f,-- t 4+ Z'm'..,.H . -' A -1,5 ,4 . ,suse Sgzzgegg A 'tk' li, S 1-15532-Q: 1 , . t .- -'-' . 1 ff-:-' 1g.4.,.,.,.,Qw"",..-:wir .. aw. .as vzmxs5p.':1:24, :gi51.,uh-,, 535.-.giiyglrggfi vit' .4 .-43,-,:-b:..' March 18 course in March 15 1 March 21 . March 21-The Ceunpus Horse gets exercised. Professor: "You have a. bad cold, my son." Student: "Yes sir, there is quite at hypodermic going around among us students." Prof. Seltzer: "Mr, Deal, you may Write ,the formula for the composition of mortar." The Sophomore Qnartette H2071 l 'f Es . March 24 BOGGIE'S LAMENT Monday she's astronomical, Tuesday and Friday she gym- Wednesclay she's philosophical, Thursday shels mathematical, Saturday she's distractical, Sunday she-'s busy CGoes 'to church with Lizziej, And the rest of the Week shets mine. P-gijvzwr-jz' "'- :vu :- Place Enter 'Human Clerk Enter AI-Iuman Clerk Enter 'Human Clerk has to go 'tc March 20 University Book Store. Freshman: "Have you Martin's Body?"' "No." Exit Freshie I. Freshies II: "Have you Mar.tin's Body'?"' nNO yi . Exit Freshies H. Freshies III: "Have you Martin's Body 'Z' " 'ASee here, kid! W-hat to do you take this to be, a morgue?" Exit Freshe. H2081 P---....,.-,.-.-.,..,..-Qgh,--,gW,,---M llrr -W-lv-vm-um . ,-....-.................. -........,.,..,-.,.,.,,-,-,,,,v,,-,,,-b----Mu--MA,-Mm - April 1-The day it snowed. April 3-Chittick still takes pictures for the Coyote f' .4 April 1 AP1'i1 3 I2 0 9 1 April 4 This- morning a peculiar request came over the phone to the Yowler Editor. A feminine voice sounded through 'the transmitter: "Is my cow strolling on the campus? Will you please send her home immediately?" Elizabeth Warrick completed her course in Domestic Science at the State Farm the first of this Week. She now feels equal to any emergency. A. B. V. D.-Adv. The annual Senior-Faculty baseball game has come to a close, the- Seniors being the vic't'or's 'by the score of 2000 to 20005. T-he game was inten- sely exciting throughout. Wullschleg- er and Schock starred for the Seniors While Bagg and Seltzer did the busi- ness for the Faculty. Pat Crow acted as theunpartial umpire. April 4-Bud Rayner exercises his lungs, "My Name ls Claudio" April 5-The inter-society harmony party at the Everestt house, April 7-The Freshmen entertain the Sophomores at Fraternity Hall, April 10-Measles break out. Try this in your piano" L2i0J April 10 Taken before they grew afraid of the kodak April 14-Sophomore convocation. April 17-Convocation for the new gymnasium. April 17-Dean McProud reads notices in chapel. "Mrs Murphy will meet her class in India at 5 o'clock today." Seniors April 17-Convocation for new gym. W, L. Ruyle presided. 31,200 raised in fifteen minutes. April 18-A' chapel notice: "Any student desiring a. housekeepei apply at the Registrars Office." April 22-Arbor Day Exercises. The panoramic View taken of the campus. Fay Dorothy Shetler-The Class Poet L211jl l A 1 -"' . r?'T"'T'k'F ' Pei X 5 r Three "Posies" April 27+Convocation for ftfhe Prohibition Contest. Simeon Cozad pre- sides. Speeches are made by W. L. Ruyle, Professor Knox and Dr. Van Riper. V ' April 27-Chancellor-Emeritus Huntingptoifs eighty-first birthday, April 28-Chancellor Fulrner receives the Seniors at White Hall. May 1-The Willards give their May Pole Dance onthe campus. 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RE- FUSES PRIZE Some few months ago Dr. Van Riper answered a puzzle advertised by a firm in the city of Lincoln who are very desirous of patronage and advertisement. The pro- fessor of Philosophy, even among his many duties, became extremely interested and sent his solution to the problem, As is naturally expected, the gentleman won a prize with a good margin above his competitors. To the surprise of all, and especially of the firm, he refused the diamond ring on the ground that he was unable to use it to ad- vantage. The piano house then offered him a Gold Bond valued at 375, applicable to payment on any piano in the house. Even this the Doctor saw fit to refuse. Ever since this second refusal Dr. Van Riper has been the recipient of many loving epistles from the above source. Finally, in desperation and exasperation, he composed the follow- ing note and mailed it to the said firm: University Place, Nebr., April 18, 1911. 135 South 11th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska. Dear Sirs: Your kind letter of recent date came five years ago, and I hasten' to answer it. I was a little surprised and disappointed to learn that the time limit on the gold 'bond you once awarded me had been extended. I had been planning to throw the bond away, but now I suppose I will have to preserve it another two weeks. I cannot bear to destroy it so long as it is worth seventy-live C3755 dollars, but will enjoy doing so as soon as it becomes null and void. I therefore beseech you not to extend it again, my little boy, Montmorency, aged five years, is planning to get drunk the day we burn the bond. I do not need a pianog the neighbors have one anyway, and the introduction of another one into the community might result in an open feud. Besides, I have been active in the piano business myself for the last three hundred and forty C3405 years, and should we need an instrument at the house I will have one of the large pipe-organs sent over from the store room. We are a musical family. The youngest of our eighteen children is already beginning to take an interest in the neighbors instrument, and should the baby the is now only 1,993 months oldj ever show signs of real musical predilections, Samantha and I will certainly do our best lo rescue him. ' Now that I have given your proposition such careful consideration, I do not hesitate to add a word of solicita- tion. We do an enormous business Cwholesale, of coursej in .Iew's harps, tambourines, rattle-bones, grind organs, tom cats and all other musical instruments. Should you ever have a call for anything in our line, do not fail to insult us. Fraternally yours, RUBE N. STEIN. lf2i9j TICEI "Only lhe Znw,-a I1 are the nerve to pair. " CSignccZJ fjwfnfaemo agree H were gferg 211,454 Gif! same. 5 V pa .... Zwfazflff Jang jowfzzaag , Jawa Www fin, Newt. .4..oL, ffrfrf tiftiirr SMWMI I I Hay: .W QM .. l ARBOR DAY VIEWS 1 VVQINT ADS Wanted-More Joy. Arthur J. Hartsook Wanted-A date. Auto phone. Inez Palmer, Wanted-More men to charm. Susan Brodball. Wanted-Time to pass more CSlwiftly. Nan Carney. Wanted-By Earl Balch, first chance at the slate. Wanted-A little ah-tic-la- tion. Arthur DeBardeladen. Wanted-A collar button to match my hair cut. Ezra Koontz. To Let-My heart until after the Senior class play. Anno M. Harms. Wanted-A position on the faculty, either direct or by proxy. Alma Whiting. For Sale-A needless amount of extraordinary surplus ener- gy. Phone, Mildred Beck. For Sale-I-Iair. Choice vari- ety of rare branched auburn hair. Inquire R, R. Leech, Wanted-A contrivance for enlarging my mouth. Jack Ben- nett, Academy Yell Leader. Good friends!! I have bi- cycle tubes inflated with home- made wind. Inquire IP- B'rox. For Sale-A choice variety of cob pipes and cigarette stubbs. Strength guaranteed. Inquire Cole, Holtorf, Service, Peterson. We The Seniors Recommend PAZAZA especially to Jay West Thompson Ralph R. Leech Notice-On June 7, I vacate my position is secretary. I do this all for nothing tSeyferJ. For further information see Estella Smith. Wanted-A marriage license. tl have the girl.J B. Erank Schock. ' Everything for sale! ! Except my girl. A. C. WISCI-IMEIER Wanted-Reward for cleaningi the Johnson tennis court Ben H. Beck. Wanted-A girl for keeps. J. Warren Woogerd. Lost-My head in Dutch exam. Finder please return the head but keep the contents. Boyd Raynor. Wanted-A "Surprise" party. Stubb Anderson. Wanted to know- Is Stancliff as tall as he seems? Where Crossland tFJiles his Wesleyans? What heaven Starr will land in? 'Who it was that Atwell slated for? Whose frat pin Lucile Stanley is wearing? When Mrs. Seltzer Will pur- chase a 'rolling pin and a mop sticke-for better or for worse? When Van Riper will complete his case? When the Spring fever will nab Anno Harms? ' If "Deacon" Lenfest will enter the undertaking profession so that he will be near the Coflins? Whether, as John Hyer Miller remarked, it is the duty of the Miller to take care of the Mills? What color is Mu1Hiey's eyes? If Smith will take his Winter in Europe? H2201 William Adolph Wullschleger Specialist in Bugs and Beetles. I have found whiskers and legs on any num-ber of flees. For Sale or Rent-My choicest Psychology. None the Worse for hard usage. Ellis Fulmer. Advertisement-When I get a sweetheart he must be "A foot- ball captain, six feet tall and never manicure his finger nails at all." Serena O'Brien. THE 'WESLEYAN LY CEUM BUREAU The management offers the following talent and attraction for the coming season: Orators Don Raymond Leech, "Signs of the Times," political in nature and characteristic of the orator. James Clyde Keegan, "That Franklin Literary Society," in- teresting and to the pointy slightly political but explanatory for the most part. Entertainers James Mickey, "Side Talks With Girls," especially adapted for society functions. Ralph Emerson Swan, "Echoes From the Zoo," peculiarly force- ful and true to nature. Musical Raymond C, Wright, trombone soloist. Concert work his great specialty. Very effective. See endorsement elsewhere. Also a fair accompanist for orchestra. William Muntz, soloist. Pos- sesses a wonderfully plaintii tenor voice. Will melt the ston- iest heart of brick. Walter Yanike, the World fa- mous pianist, is one of the chief attractions Mouologists Ivan Mitchell, "I, and the School of Commerce." Harry E. Vaughn, "Go, and do thou likewise," a soliloquy. Weldon F. Crossland, HS-he," "Debate," two favorite subjects. I 6 E6 A I Eg z i f 'if f .,l1' '-1- I - 1 'V ' I O X o S Q X Z HER X Memoirs of Cozy iz CTE R Never Before Published R Q' , ' f" Co f' h I "M F' :IMI-'-h " , QV S 5 S H 1 XX .lib JD 0-ulmfvaew with Her Famherf' - M JE sk 49- I Ad-ffeff HAROLD cozlER Q A 5 I- E W Back-porch-by-thc-Parsonage Reeve College? Attend th F' hi H bl Just ff the ress M Q he Young Ladies' G Wrhigsecri of - H Furnishing School ettin ood I' fades g fC""Y'ig'1"d 19111 Afflfpffslisiliififbfl alfgefllfffflof lhflee' -BY- .1 0 Iy f 11 q df I RAYMOND C. WRIGHT I 015Sz?Qi3:?S 153115535356 hsssssisfofspziz F ' others who have exhausted their gray Inquire of matter' by long years ID study. Morocco Binding om, WILLIAM B. CORNISH Dialectic House DIRECTOR PRICE Sl5.00 H2211 VICTOR FLOUR ls uniform in quality and the quality is the best that careful selection of wheat, expert mill- ing and improved machinery can produce. We respectfully solicit your patronage. The Crete Mills CRETE, - NEBR. E WANTED Un1vers1ty Crechts , , as .o... T ....o. ,T Would Exchange Weeks in the Orpheum for Hours in College Send Me One Dollar I WILL SEND YOU "The True Explanation of Ben H. Beck" Also three most plausible reasons as to Why he is permitted to live A good deal to the right party Addriffif. M. C. A. Ellirni atinnai Eank Hninvrziig ifdlarv, Nebraska Capital and Surplus - 550,000.00 C. G. ANDERSON, President I E. B. SMITH, Cashier' D. W. G. HUNTINGTON, Vice President G. E. CURRIER, Assist. Cashier D1REoToRs C. G. ANDERSON D. W. C. HUNTINGTON E. D. CURRIER E. B. SMITH H. B. SMITH E. J. HAINER M. VVEIL lf223j WHEN SHOPPING REMEMBER fdlilf Department Store E LINCOLN NEBR g,1g,gg,SHE,, is THE BEST Too Goon FOR YOU?a QHMROM "NOVA ENCYCLOPEDIA" HIIZEL FERN BAILEY, Editor und Sole Author WT Three more Volumes than the Britannica. Get the best in SCI-IOLARSHIPS, Convenience, Authority, Utility. I tl Special chapter on the choice Diction, based upon researches among Fresh- man Rhetoric Themes. HAZEL BAILEY, PUBLISHER. The Bee e Drug Co. DEALERS IN a DRUGS, SUNDRIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES STUDENT NOVELTIES, ICES AND CREAMS BOTH PHONES UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEB. FANCY GROCERIES VV e carry a complete line of Groceries and as the seasons change we en- deavor to keep our stock strictly up to date. Dry Goods and Shoes These lines are replete, and if you will call and examine them We know you will be pleased. Dreamer 81 Camshner COf'ESif35l5md ll?f't'?It6AVe' l225j PRESERVE THE PRESENT Fon THE FUTURE E226J srumo 226 SOUTH mn s'r 52271 , p The on't Go To Reno Better ualit Whatever is new. and correct in Men's Wear will be found here. FARQUHAR FULK G L 0 T H I E R FURNISHER AND . HATTER 1325 O ST., LINCOLN When the best of ' legal advice can be secured right At Home Expert advice on all matters relating to society affairs, class scraps, a n d personal grievances. Special attention given to Divorce Cases Highly satisfactory alimony always se- cured. Harold B. Muffley Judge of "Butting In" ,,-'ifi , . X N Real Estate Paid 50 to 100 per cent on valuation the past year in University Place Follow the crowd and you will land at the oiiice of GEO.M. GATES 8r. SON II2 EAST ST, PAUL STREET They sell tlwusomds ofcZoZZa,rs worth of property each year to Homeseefc- ers cmd Investors in University Place and all are pleased Professor Bishop and his splen- did group of students, on their geo- logical hunt, represent a few of the sturdy, substantial folks who reside in our city. Fine new and all-modern homes and choice lots can be purchased at the right iigure and on terms to Suit. Insurance, Loans, Bargains, Con- veyances, Notarial Work, etc., prom'pt1y and accurately executed. COYOTE FRIENDS: See Gates Sz. Son for Business or Write for List of Bargains. lQ228j Going to College? i vhrzrslm Mrslrgan Hniurrsitg OFFERS COMPLETE COURSES OF STUDY IN ITS College of Liberal Arts Teachers' College 1 Academy-Four Years' Course Conservatory of Music School of Expression and Oratory School of Art School of Commerce Best of Instructions in all Departments All Expenses Reasonable Beautiful Place of Residence Convenient Suburb of Lincoln In the Oollege of Liberal Arts, the Hgroup systemv so popular in many leading colleges and universities has been adopted and is how in operation. Under this system requirements for a degree are as follows: ll C Absolute requirements - - -' 22 hours Group electives ----- 20 hours Free electives ----- 78 hours 120 hours, altogether, for graduation. FIRST CLASS SUMMER SCHOOL OF EIGHT WEEKS All Departments Offer Courses Send for Catalogue to THE REGISTRAR University Place, Nebraska 52291 sn - lws1N"WN KEN . 1 W V 2 Parting Paths The path of ready-to-wear clothes divides---one branch leading to absolute satisfaction ---the other to varying degrees of disappointment. Follow the Kensington path and youlll not go astrayl Kensington clothes are the result of the most scientific processes in clothes building. They're the nearest approach to perfection in ready-to-wear clothes---faultless in fashion, fit and fabric. 520.00 to 3410.00 I Other reliable clothes with the ginger that attracts college men---down to 81500. MAGEE 8 DEEMER H09 o STREET, LINCOLN The Newest Thing! GIRLS! Put this picture in your room! ' Only a few r hundred left. Beautifully printed and mounted on h d an some violine pastel board. Size is ordinary. Sent Free to any Interested Girl Student Address Vernon J. Steck Everett House. East l4th Street "THE GROUCIT' STORY OF MY LIFE II New Book by IVAN MITCHELL It contains complete rules for play- ing football, basket ball, society brawl, and other professional games. ls vivacious, entertaining, and comes packed in Stric I ly Non-Leak able Cases The Lonesome Publishing House OFFICE: COMMERCIAL ROOMS lf23Oj Photographs "The Atelier" always Please '-Pig Perpetuate Pleasant Memories 25P The Broad, White Stairway, No. 1127 O C. V. RO.BERTS LINCOLN Free Instruction Given l can teach you the proper way to acquire COBWEBS IN THE BRAIN Specializing in Bone Head Stunts ALSO POSE AS AN ALL-ROUND LADIES' MAN 44 of the. l M Bring your love aifairs to me and I will for MENN guarantee you success Address " 1VIen's Booteryn FRED E, ADEN 44 th t I Nor I2 h Sophomore Class U. S. A The Claflin Printing Co. 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Trunks Hauled to and from the Lincoln Depots BUTLER BROS. L. G. BUTLER Building Material Barber It will pay you to see Butlers' when in University Place. We solicit your cor- respondence for any inforination. to in D d You are mal iamon s Watches, ll 5:55. Jewelry We have special watches for university stu- dents in all departments Let us show you. Come in and let Mr. Shean examine your eyes. It, is free. C. ll. TUCKER S. S. SHEAN Jeweler Optician H23 0 St. Yellow Front. Fine Repairing Bt Manufaot'g DR. W. L. ALBIN Physician and Surgeon UNIVERSITY PLACE BOTH PHONES DR. G. H. BALL Dentist Sardeson Cloak Co. l3l7 0 STREET, LINCOLN, NEBRASKA High Class ready to Wear garments for Ladies, Misses and Juniors at Popular Prices. Fit Guaranteed. Quick service- HALLETT Ellabfililfl Wesleyan Seals, Fobs, Pins. Oro Pins. St. Cecelia Pins We make to order all kinds of rnedals, badges, Class Pins, Frat. Pins, etc. Expert Repairing, Fine Engraving. 1143 O Street. Lincoln. 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