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BISHOP ............ , , .....,,, Secretary and Treasurer THOMAS M. WIMBERLEY ..............,.,,.,.,,,,,..,Q,, Assistant Secretary Executive Committee William G. Bishop, ex-officio Melville D. Cameron John N. Dryden Clark A. Fulmer, ex-oiiicio James R. Gettys Edward Hislop Albert L. Johnson George E. Johnson ' I. B. Schreckengast, ex-officio John A. Slater, ex-oHicio John M. Stewart Stephen K. Warrick Thomas M. Wimberley At Large , Bisho Frank M. Bristol Omaha Nebraska , P 1 y Chaplain Orville J. Nave, 2505 So. Grand Avenue, Angeles, California E Nebraska Conference James R. Gettys, Grand Island .........., .Term expires in I. B. Schreckengast, University Place .... Term Norman A. Martin, University Place .... Term expires expires Richard N. Orrill, Fairbury .................... Term expires John M. Stewart, Lincoln ........................ Term expires Albert L. Johnson, University Place ..,. Term expires William G. Bishop, University Place .... Term expires Los 1913 1914 1914 1915 1915 1916 Trustees North Nebraska Conference E. E. Hosrnan, Norfolk ,,,,.................. ,,,, T erm Melville D. Cameron, Omaha ........ ....... T erm F. M. Sisson, Fremont ............, ....... T erm J. W. Towle, Omaha ............ .....,. T erm Edward Hislop, Omaha ....... ....... T erm Thomas Bithell, Omaha ....... ....... T erm George H. Main, Albion ............................ Term expires expires expires expires expires expires expires Northwest Nebraska Conference Stephen K. Warrick, Scottsbluff .......,.... Term W. S. Gillam, Chadron ............................ Term J. A. McLaughlin, Butte ............... ....... T erm Winifred L. Mills, Gordon .......... ....... T erm expires expires expires expires A. T. Carpenter, Crawford ......... ....... T erm 0Xpi1'6S J. B. Carns, Ainsworth .............. ....... T erm GXPJTGS Hugh A. Allen, Atkinson ........................ Term explres West Nebraska Conference Allen C. Chamberlain, Ord ,,.,...,,,.,..,,,,,.,. Term expires George E. Johnson, North Loup ............ Term expires John A. Slater, Holdrege ........,,,............. Term expires L. H. Shumate, Holdrege .............. ....... T erm expires John N. Dryden, Kearney ,......... ....... T erm expires B. F. Gaither, North Platte ,,........ ....... T erm expires J. W. Morris, Holdrege ............................ Term expires Alumni I Thomas M. Wimberley, Uni. Place ..., Term expires Earl M. Kendall, Boston, Mass ..............., Term expires A. Otis Hinson, Syracuse ........................ Term expires Gerald E. Currier, University Place ...... Term expires 1913 1913 1914 1914 1915 1916 1916 1913 1913 1914 1915 1915 1916 1916 1913 1913 1914 1914 1915 1916 1916 1913 1914 1915 1916 E112 Qlhnnczllgx, olldifk gshelhzxi glixxlxttzxf, 3311. 9. gm. 1iIi:nA-Qlhmrcnllnr Eisazzz Efruilex jfnltrerkengasi se. 511511, JH., 5. Q. Q., 23' QHJFQQWW 'L X J-'Tl F S. CQ? ii I T JI H ' W ' ' f f Y A -- - L. Qlnllrgv nf l A ifliheral Aria Uhr Evan FRANCIS ASBURY ALABASTER, A. B., A. M. Professor of Greek Editor of the University Bulletrns I .,.... ...- I V--X ,:. . .gp ' fe 5 K, QL5.3,,f 553121315 , , ., f, ,,,::.1:zpw g .- 12- ,. ,ff am,:r12-ug Y dd 289513 aff! 5 , 5-EE-,,,, Y V ,,g ' 1 e- "arf . 'ff 'ff.,1-mv-'fri .- 5 ' - 1' ' . f-1-:2.,.?-M31 :.x5,f'p-- Sp ike:-fi., ,, 5 , ' 34,3 f. fig. we -f X " v f ft! 1' L 'ff ,- - + -Q. . a s Mr. of -pw, I ' -' -"' -2'- 5:-' :y , -- ' fe, .- if , '1 ' " , ' ,. f , ',1:,,' ,, ,f 13' iw, .15.E1., .1' -. - " S ir' 1. I , 4 L- ,.,, , ,...,....,L.-..,.,g,'.,. .. ....,. - ,-.,-, .... ABBIE CORNELIA BURNS, A. B., A. M. Professor of German Secretary of the Faculty 1- CHARLES DUNHAM Ross, Ph. B., A. M. Professor of Mathevnqtics and Astronomy ELIAS HERBERT WELLS5 Ph. B., A. M Professor of History and Political Science WILLIAM GEORGE BISHOP, B. S., LL. B., A. M. Professor of Geology and Geography Registrar JOHN CHRISTIAN JENSEN, B. Professor of Physics BERTHA WATT MCPROUD, Ph. B. Professor of Romance Languages CYRUS VANCE WILLIAMS, B.E., A.M.' Professor of 'Botany Principal of the Academy HOMER BARKER LATIMER, A. B., A. M. Professor of Zoology f , .-....., ..., .,.-. .,-., MM.-- .,,...,.rW3 ..,,,...,... .. . ..,. ,.,,,,1 a . ,, . Q :f .. V .V , I 1 , .. A, ,K.....:, t , '- .1 N. ff?" V'- .ffigsr -- A - 1- ' f s mf- - . 'SL N' . N. 'Nix -. H51 .5-5-1.1 ' - 1 , Q . 2 s E 5. :I '. " n . .,, WW, ,. g.....,, ,... .. .,.,- 1 CLARENCE AUSTIN MORROW, B.S., A.1Vl. N Professor of Chemistry gl EDGAR SHEFFIELD BRIGHTMAN, A.B., A, M., S, T' jg., Ph- D, MARK EASTWOOD HUTCHINSON, A. B. Professor of Philosophy and P'f0feSS0'f Of Lafm Psychology . ORLIN HALE VENNER, A. B., A Professor of English PHOEBE MAY HOPPER, A. B., A. M Assistant Professor! of Errglfish RAY JAMES SGARBOROUTH, A. B., A.M. Assistant Professor of Geology amd Geography Curator of Museum z - ' , , -1:135g2:gm ' 51251, ' . . . F ,::Z 414.1 . - ae. -fg : - - ., ,A Wffii' -- Ei' fiifi? . " -:ff ' X , 'szgpgsl .-55,31 ..,.5s:1:r-- - 1 A ff' , s sv wwf? 4 Q 9 , SX I :,v,xg is ,Q x . 4, GQQ gs 2 X ,f A, Q ,M SO'- X YY ., T . - - .isp -1. .,:.:f:E-:QU wi?" " ,- ,-,ij V ' ..:35:151sf:5gfg':' . 1 V if v . ' 55555.11.:1i:2"55:2Hg"' , t ' . A .4... W 7 V A ,. .,,., ,.., . ., .A . - . .2 , L 5 . . - - K EUGENE ALFRED' BISHOP, A. B. Instructor in History cmdVRhetor'ic '57 NIQNA MAY COWAN, A. B. lfnstructoo' in Latin Directov' of Physical Eclucation f Wo11zen ADA NIAY INSLES, BS, L7:b7'CIfl"'iCL'l'L Illinois State Library School EFFIE ELDORA DETRICK Assistant Registrar I rarhvrn Qlnllvgr Eh? Bran BERTRAM EVERETT MCPROUD, A. B., A. M. Professor of Education Director of the Summer School EMMA WILHELMSON, A. B., A. M. to "A' H N W ' I Superintendent of tlie Trafiaiing LILLIAN MAY BEACH School Superintendent of Kindergarten amd - of Public School Music Graduate Kindergarten Training Course 1 i E 1 s i 1 I Y ,n ff ,.i,. . ..-e KORAH STUCKEY SHAMBAUGH Primary Critic, Teachers College Graduate Peru State Normal School MVYRTLE FLORENCE DALLING Intermediate Critic, Teachers College Graduate Teachers Course, Peru State Normal School-, and Nebraska Wesleyan Normal School ALMA LUELLA RICHARD, A. B. Grammar Grade Critic, Teachers College Graduate of Peru State Normal E School Qlnnnvruainrg nf W Hlunir Ellyn Eirvrtnr GEORGE HENRY ALLER Head of Vocal-Ensemble Depart- ment, Harmony Berlin and Parisg Pupil of G B, Lamperti and Sbrlgha BURRITT LINCOLN MARLOWE Head of Piano Department Viennag Private Pupil of Leschetizky , V CLEMENS MOVIUS Head of Voice Department A7 Berlin and Parisg Pupil of Sbriglia CLARA URANIA MILLS Head of Theory Department Instructor in Piano and Ear Trainfing Graduate and Postgraduate, Amer- ican Conservatory, Chicago 5 Pupil of Harold Bauer, Paris MARY ALENE SMITH Head of Organ Department Instructor in History of Music and Piano New England Conservatory of Musicg Pupil of Liebling, Matthews, Goei t- schius, Elson. EDWIN CARROLL BEACH Head of Violin Department Pupil of Hugo Heermann and Maxi- millian Ronis, Berlin OSCAR HARLEY GREENE Head of Department of Band and Orchestral Iozstrafments Conductor of Band and Orchestra Graduate Milton College School of- ! Music ' HENRI ADEN ENYEART Instructor in Voice Culture Graduate Conservatory of Music, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Pupil of Oscar Saenger Srhnnl nf I xprvzmiun emit Gbratnrg Uhr Birvrinr WALLACE EUGENE KNOX, A. M. Professor of Elocution Graduate of the School of Oratory Drake University Lois ANNABEL BEIL Physical Culture cmd Shakespeare Graduate School of Oratory, Univer- sity of Puget Soundg Graduate and Postgraduate, Emerson College of Oratory BEULAH GLADYS CHAMP Instructor 'Zu Elocutiou Graduate Nebraska Wesleyan School of Expression and Oratory Svrhnnl nf Art Uhr Birrrtur HENRY HOWARD BAGG ANNA FAY HANSON, B. L. Instructor in China Painting, Arts and Crafts V Cincinnati Academy of Art xx lzwmg Qllmm Miztnrg-1513 1 The class of 1913 first appeared in the Wesleyan halls in the fall of 1909. With our great timidity, our great embarassment, our awkward manner of deportment, we gave little promise of the-great things that were to be done by our brain and brawn in later months and years. And that registration! Can it ever be forgotten? How we stood in line hour after hour waiting for the time to come when we would tell our life history and reveal our highest ambitions to a stranger. But through it all we never loosened our clutches on that cherished High School diploma, showing in this way of what unrelenting material we were made. After the tedious day was over, rumors of class organization were spread abroad. "Frick" Aden was chosen as the one to pilot us through the trying days of the first semester. It was during this time that the far renowned Fresh- men-Sophomore scrap and flag rush was won. After this, everything passed on smoothly until the close of school. When we returned to Wesleyan in the fall of 1910 we had a little better footing and equilibrium. By this time we had learned to talk glibly and intelligently, even to the Fac-V ulty at times. Our first honor was given us X EDNA THOMAS when we won in the inter-class debate. This 1 President First Semester spurred us onward and honor after honor fell to us that year. SUSAN BRODBOLL The n9Xt year we Were kT10'NVI1 as the "Jolly Juniors." And we were not only jolly President Second Semester but brainy as well, for this year We had the business managers of both the Wesleyan Q and the Coyote, winner of the State Oratorical Contest, three of the Nebraska Wesleyan Male Quartette, three of the 'Varsity Debating Team, and two assistant Professors in our class. As we returned to our Work in the fall of 1912 a feeling crept over us, for we realized that for most of us our school days were nearly over. But this fact did not lessen our zeal, for this year we had the honor of having the Winner of the Rhodes Scholarship, winner of the State Prohibition Contest, president of both the Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. and many other distinguished people in our class. 4 ' 'E ADEN ANAWALT FRED E. ADEN,-University Place ATKINSON President Y. M. C. A., President Theophanian Men, Class Play, Varsity Football, Class Debate Basketball, Student Volunteer. Team, Class Qzilokes are the cayenne of conversation and the salt X of life." ETHEL ANAWALT, Fairfield President of Willards,.Wesleyan Staff. Q"Ethel, a most sincere and thoughtful girl the Jewels, she's a Pearl." LENA ATKINSON, University Place Glee Club Gf"Lena, studious, kind and always smiling With never a thought of others beguiling." , and among E. STANLEY BLYTHE, Allen, Kansas President Peace Oratorical Association, Coyote Staff, Dramatic Club, Class Basketball, Class Play. G"Stan1ey, honest, liberal and true, Has many successes coming to him, too." SUSAN BRODBOLL, University Place Theophanian, Orchestra, Class Play, President Senior Class, College Council. ' fI"There are lots of things that could be said about her but more that could be said by her." BRADLEY BUCK, Gibbon Everett, Reader in Rhetoric, Class Football, Class Play. f1"Manly, courageous, a Being most rare, We'like him-and for his faults don't care." BLYTHE BRODBOLL BUCK CAREY CHAMP CLAFLIN RAYMOND CAREY, University Place Dialectic, Glee Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Sec.-Treas. State Peace Oratorical Association. . G"Thinker, preacher, philosopher, friend, Wondering, hoping,-for what end?" BEULAH CHAMP, Corning, Iowa Theophanian, Dramatic Club, Instructor in Elocution, B. E. Degree, Class Play. fI"To all the class you do give life, No shepherdess, but Flora, could bring you strife." MILDRED CLAFLIN, University Place Theophanian, President Y. W. C. A., Dramatic Club, B. E. Degree, Booster. N lIYou've been with the class, lo, many a year, But has it paid? "Oh yes, my -." W CHARLES G. COLE, University Place , e Theophanian, President Vincent Association, Varsity Debating Team, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. ' II"All the king's horses and all the king's men 4 Cou1dn't keep Charles from Boston I ken." VERA COZIER, University Place ' President Tueophanian Girls, Dramatic Club, Dramatic Play, Class Play, Sinac Etoyocs. Q1"Pickles" Whose cares fill her with "awe" Says she needs "help," so she's taken on "Pa" IDA CRAW, Stratton Theophanian, Reader in English, College Council. Q"Her face bespeaks Wisdom, 1 But her thoughts go westward." COLE COZIER CRAW ' - S CROSSLAND DAVIS D1 CKENS WELDON CROSSLAND, Wayne Theophanian, Rhodes Scholar-elect, President of Col- lege Council, Editor "The Wesleyan," Ivy Day Orator, Class Play. GAt last I've attained it, and without a "pull," So I guess I'll go over and live with 'iJohn Bull." CLARENCE A. DAVIS, Beaver City Everett, Booster, Student Board of Publications, Presi- dent Debating Association, Varsity Debate Team, Winner of Oratorical Contest 1913, Varsity Track Team, Varsity Tennis. fL"Debating, Orating-Tennis and Track, I'-ll make somebodv happy if I break my back." GLENN DIOKENS, Fairbury ' Everett, Vincent, Dramatic Club. lI"As original composer, he surely is King, And of all our good singers, he surely can sing." LURA ERB, Gothenburg Theophanian, Glee Club. G"She makes good candy and is a lover of Home. Advice-men of Wesleyan-why longer roam?" CHARLES G. GOMON, Lincoln Dialectic, Vincent, Class Play, Varsity Debate Team, President Prohibition Oratorical Association, Winner of State Prohibition Contest, President Four Hundred Club. fI"Of so many honors his praises do ring That he won the place of Leontes, the King." ' LULU GOOD, University Place - Theophanian, Dramatic Club, B. E. Degree. HMSO cheerful and happy, so good for a Good, You're making good-we said you would." 4 ERB ' GOMON GOOD GREENSL1T HARTSOUGH HOLLISTER ARTHUR GREENSLIT, Surprise Everett, Booster, Varsity Baseball, Business Manager Wesleyan. A CK':Manager of most everything in school, Do you think you can manage a three-foot rule?" RALPH HARTSOUGH, University Place Dialectic, Winner of Fellowship in Physics, Kansas University. lI"Ralph has sought and found, 'tis sure, And for his sickness, there is no cure." J. D. HOLLISTER, University Place Vincent. QUJ. D. is a man with vision broad, And has pulled 'thru college by use ofa goadf' ,J .TESSIE HULL, Minden . i " St. Cecelia, Student Volunteer, G1-ee Club, Student Board of Publlcation. ' Unlessie, so meek, modest and mild, For her permanent homestead already has filed." R. R. LEFJCH, Ansley Dialectic, President State Intercollegiate Prohibition As- sociation, Class Football. U'fThe man of today-who then will dare . To say there's no virtue in spieling hot air." ADELINE LEININGER, Loup City U Glee Club. iI"We know your Worth, -may it ever' shine To the farthest ends of unknown climef' i HULL LEECH LEININGER' , ' MCDOLE MILLER MOSS ' RUTH MCD'0LE, University Place Class Play. QI"l-Ie? rare accoignplishrnents have won for her the role o mamillius. R. R. MILLER, Rockford Dialectic. II"With a 1'nagician's art and skill." LILLIE MOSS, Kensington, Kansas UUA case where the 'Moss' and the 'Weed' thrive Well together." l , ZOLA OCHILTREE, Haddam, Kansas Orophilian, Glee Club. II"She's quite a rustler fRussel-ery", NEVA Moss, Kensington, Kansas Student Volunteer. Q"With Wornanly grace and dignity." H. R. PARTRIDGE, Kenesaw President Orophilian Men, Tennis Team. Q"So much this man can do For he Qdoes both act and know." OCHILTREE MOSS PARTRIDGE , .J ' JOSEPHINE STARRETT, Central City Oroohilian. HUA daughter of the gods, divinely tall And most divinely fair." 1 LESLIE STEVENS, University Place Band, orchestra, Reader in English. Gul-Ie is not in the role of common men." MAY SNUTHERLAND, Wahoo Q"Beholding the bright countenance of truth in tnc quiet and still air of delightful studies." in STARRETT STEVENS SUTHERLAND PHILLIPS . ROUGH SPAULDIN G JOHN PHILLIPS, University Place Vincent, Home Volunteer. Q"Your name is great In mouths of- W1SSSt censure." EMILY ROUGH, Weeping Water Aelioian, Booster, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Dramatic Club, Prohibition Oratorical Contest. . ff"Grace was in all her steps, Heaven in her eye, In every gesture, dignity and love." WALTER SPAULDING, Alexandria President of Theophanian Men, President of Oratorical Association, President of Dramatic Club, Vice-President of Y.. M. C. A., Dramatic Club Play, Class Play, Vincent, Coyote Staff. lI"On the stage, he was natural, simple, affecting 'Twas only when he was off, that he was acting." . 9 , l BEULAH EDITH WARD, Overton President of Aelioians, Vice-President of Y. W. C. A., Coyote Staff, Wesleyan Staff, Reader in English, Home Volunteer. Q"DigniHed of heart and will,- You've got your place in life to fill." ROY A. WILSON, University Place Theophanian, Vincent, Track Team, Dramatic Club, Wesleyan Staff, Editor of "The Coyote." Gal-Ie awoke one morning and found himself famous." CI.Io D. WONDER, Universitv Place Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ' fI"She was a scholar, and a ripe and good one." WARD WILSON U WONDER TORPIN VA NDIVER WAGNER - IVAN TORPIN, Oakdale Everett, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Sinac Etoyocs. Q"He'd rather be right than be President." WIIILIE VANDIVER, University Place UNA noble type of good, heroic womanhoodf' HENRY WESLEY WAGNER, University Place 4 Vincent, Winner of Vincent Prize 1912, Arbor Day Orator. fI"Our selfrmade men are the glories of our institutions." ' . MEYER A KISER HULL CARL MEYER, University Place Orophilian, Baskeball: '08, '09, '10, '11, Capain Basket-A ball: '10, '11, Football: '09, '10, '11. lI"You"re now with us, we like your taste, An opportunity you did not Waste." MABEL KISER, University Place Q"A1ready working yet somewhat prepared, Ready for whatever may come next." M. A. HULL, Los Angeles, Cal. Theophanian. II"I'm going West-to run a bank, And learn unruly ones to spank." J JESSIE MOYER, University Place B. E. Degree, Class Play. Q"Those eyes are sure to Win some gallant man." EVERT STANCLIFF, Pecos, Texas Everett, ' fE"Majestic and tall he moves thru the hall, Towering high above us all." I MOYER STAN CLIFF 1:4 X 15. F' 3 5 6 Q . la. WOOD THOMAS AMELIA TABITHA WOOD, University Place Aelioian, Student Volunteer. Q"She that was ever fair and never proud Had tongue at Will, and yet was never 'oud." EDNA THOMAS, Mead Aelioian, Dramatic Club, Dramatic Club Play, Class Play, Glee Club, College Council, Class President lst Semester, Home Volunteer. G"Her laugh, is' clear, C And full of cheer, She's Womanly and kind." . . 4 A w 1 1 I W L , N .L- M 4,- 1 4 Imam? 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Asst. in Chemistry, Elect. Y. M. C. A. One of the timers' in the ward of the 'ihopelessly ried." HAROLD R. COZIER University Place Theo, Ci-:iss Football, Assistant in Chemistry. He is noted for his laboratory smells, his pompadour and his laugh. He is a good scout and a good stu- dent. 'Pres- "life mar- EULA BLACK Arnold Aelio. Glee Club. If she used slang. I fear her pet expression would be: "O, by Joe!" EVA EMBREE University Place Theo. Coyote Staff. "Sweet, pretty, with n philosophical mind." EVA BOLTON Geneva Pres. of XVlllnrds. Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet. Reader in English. HI lilge a common name.-like Smith." ROBERT FAWELL University Place Class Pres. 2nd Sem. Dialectic, Track Team. He has a strong lmdy, a cle-ir mind and :: sweet heart. MABEL BUTLER University Place Aelio, Class Basketball. 'S-X continual cry for more tMooreJ." WILLIAM F.-HVELL Lniversity Place Dialectic, Vincent, Vice- Pres. Oratorical Assn, He spends most of his time on the third floor of the White Building. HELEN CLARK Marshall, Minn. 'iSaucy, nauty, and neat. .X girl hard to beat." GOULDENE FROST Lincoln "The Frost that comes in the morning and stays all day .and never nips a tlowerf ' s FAY GILLAN Lexington Aelio, Reader in Eng- lish, Home Volunteer. 'tClassy, witty, brainy, and sweet, A lady well worth while to meet." ROXANNA HUNT Cifib Orchard 0119 who. like Nia- t ll r e. aecoin plishes great things quietly GLEN HAWORTH Aurora Theo, Baseball Team, Football Team. Track Team, College Council. Glee Club. ' "XVhat is hay worth, Mr. Haworthilif "Forty cents a ton." "If your mother has another Tell he1' to save ns one." GERTRUDE .TOY University Place Willard. Always to be a joy, tho not in nanie. HELEN GRUVER University Place Theo, Glee Club. t'The favored lady of a c e 1' t i n noble Knight." CLIFFORD KIDD Kenesaw Everett. Captain Kidd, a man of dark and bloody fame. who feeds upon Vandiver. ERNEST GOODELL I-Iale, Mo. Dialectic. Honest. strong and courageous. and above all, dependable. SARA KIRTLAND University Place Pres. of Oro Girls. "lf we all could pull back the curtain of her modest. retiring dispo- sition and really ,snow her." HERBERT HIETT University Place Dialectie, Wesleyan Staff, Student Volun- teer "Meek and lowly of spirit, yet a vocifei'ous seller of books." GEORGE A. KNIGHT University Place Theo. Asst. in Physics, Wesley an Staif, Editor- eleet of "Wesleyan," Class Basketball. When Knight leaves, it is nzorning. , .--1 bl! , . . - - .? , 550254 f Q Y WwwMm,,q,,..,.,.,,,,....,,,,,,,,,.,-W. Q lg f,,,.m.W,,,,,,, Wm,,W,mm.,,,,W 7 - Wm, .W.,.u.., .,.q,..... - ' 5255 5 1" ' 4. 4470 - . f V ' I 1 ' T ' . 1 . O -' av' - . EM- f ' 2 ' . mf., f . .efffiv 5 -mf' iii? x , - ' . 5 .I -V - . gf 01 ' - 7 ffm? '::.e:zfr1fw- . we-f.m' - ..... . ..,-. 1 , . .. N. . , . f, .4 V. -44... ,H 1 , . , , - -V ,. 'ff .- , . , . f I f , f - fy ff .hw mmf?'Q-W :H ff - JESSIE LEHR Surprise Wilmer of Class Prize 1912, Y. W. C. A. Cah- inet. XVith the twinkle in her eyes. the quickness of her wit. and the logic of her mind, she lllilf be called the "Brain" of the class. ERNEST MOORE Gering Dialectic. Steadfastxin "all" his pursuits. XVILMER LEXVIS RUTH MARTIN JOY MILLS Clay Center University Place Theo. Debate Team, Oro. Y. XV. C. A. Cab- Sinac Etoyocs, Y. M. inet, XVesleyau Staff C. A. Cabinet. "The grace of a He's a Booster and a "Boon1er." HAROLD MUFFLY University Place Manager of the Y. M. C. A. Lecture Course, 'Wesleyan Staff. "Hear what Manager Mntfly of the Y. M. C. A. Lecture Course saysf' Greek- maiden. the dark eyes of an Italian maiden and the dainty ways of a French maiden, make her one of the prettiest Anaer- iean maidens." LEORA SMITH Tecumseh Theo, Class Basketball. "This learning, what Il thing it is!" Gordon Theo, Glee Club. "If it were only va- cation all the time and I could paint china " BERTHA SHEFFIELD ' Osseo, Minn. Aelio. "I prefer a fowl CFa- wellb. thank yon." LAURA MOFFAET Blooniington Class Basketball. "With an ambition to join a Pedestrian Troop." I-LARRY SIYLOPBIGLL University 'Place Dialectie, Glee Club. All good boys love their sisters. Yet so noble have I grown That I love the sisters of other boys Though I have sir of iny own. ERNEST SP,-XULDING EDYTPI STAIIL VERNA STEBBINS GEORGE TOZER DIOR X fllbow Alexalidrizl University Place- I G0hh6l1lJ'll1'g Delta, Utah Hound C1155 N10 Y. M. C. A, Cabinet. "Oh. those tiny feet Wlllilfd- 1PFeS"L1eCf 0.15 Even a silnple, good- X5 nmbic comes the earnest his 111111 dainty hande, and V7- Ci- IL- Iffwetel- ly man who speaks music' fiom he1 1i11.,e1 ,mmey the cute little poise of 1- We ff- A- C-1511195 little is profoundly ps' the l1ef1d." GIG? UHF- , , wise. ' Her VIVBCIJEY, 21211111- LOUISE YOUNG North Bend "A student i11 every sense of the word." ti-on, and 1llGflS:ll1t1'Y make 0119 feel that to meet her is to 1116911 a cool. south breeze on n wairln SLIIIIUIEIDS rlny. MARY E. XVRIGHT IllllV6l'SitI' Place Aelioian. "With thoughis that 11108 on and enlininate in great Dl'0d1lCtlO1lS,'7 f RUTH XV.-LTSON Uni1'e1'sity Place Rearlei' ill GGl'lll:lll. "A stiiclious, shy little thing." -, .v.- 1 .- .-,-, v .,... . -.-- . ---- -'-? 5:1i:14:f:f:!:!14153:39221-Eli'-rt-r---fa H11 " ""t' . " ml' ,fd -V.V. 1 5112-:-1-E3:41'9'6?'fi7P?-4194 3'Q5'5'5:: ' "-'65'-"S34H5ff5'1c355' vw xx A Q 'xi mm waive: 'WN -M4-wan,-. """" "'W9'SSSivw am ,mm , , , , , , , . N.-. , .... ...,. W-...A-.W---e --M+-w---we-nwkw-eww-'-Q-ff-W-Xwm we f :z:2g:s2:zs: 111 -gg' - - ' , - - al:-11521 Esizrlfii :1:2S:'2:E:f V "-in l"'Q:g'f'E:315:- -- - 'iffjfnyi - x K 55:53 ' 1. . 1521159125 . ' f - ' ' ""E:,:p::: 65111.51 - .X '- . !E'B2:13J 4:,f,,,.:,. 1,.,.,.1:.g .- , '?.,.-.f- -, 1 - -.-:wif :f- X ,-.4-:. . 115121: .. ,- . 5-Zami Z::s:z::2f5 - wi' ' - ' . 2-sf 111- ' -'-- - !:15"'3:-:v, 5.551453 C: 3, ' 1v,"': -I K I f v4::P:" ,K , I' ggqizfygf vigil 'I' ' ' 1 " . 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CHENOWETH Norfolk Seoul, Koi-ea ' University Place English , all, Y. M. C. A. University Place A Cabinet Everett, Vincent Z, ROBERT CHITTICK HAZEL COZIER CLAUDE DALLY JOHN EKWALL ALBERT GAREY LEON GILLlLAN Stuart University' Place Bellwood Shickley Fairmont Hardy Everett Theophanian Orophilian, Glee Club 'Everett, Football, Orophilian, Athletic Glee Club Basketball, Baseball Board, Band, Track Team. H ESTHER GRANTHAM Lexington MORRIS GREEN LEVI GRIESEL ,, WALTER GOFF Theopanian, Y. W. NAOMI GRQY Mason 'City University Place Band C. A, Cabinet, Class Central Clty Manager Glee Club, Dialectic, College GRACE HART University' Place Basketball Orophilian Dramatic Club Council Edgar A f 5 ETHEL HIBBEN THRESA HIGHT ARTHUR HOLLING- FAY HOSMAN ETHEL JACKSON DOROTHY KAUFFMAN Norfolk A Corning, Iowa . SHEAD Norfolk University' Placa Wymore Aelioian, Dramatic Monroe Theophanian, Class Willard Club Theophanian, Col- Debate Team lege Council, Glas.: - , V Basketball E EARL LOBB NETTIE LA GRANGE University Place CECIL LAVERTY Fullerton FLORENCE LEININGER Theophanian Draw Q M' ALFEN KEITH Burwell - Orophilian, Glee Loup City matic C1ub,' Class M-ABEL LUCAS . Vmcent Everett, Debate Club, Y. W. C. A. St. Cecelia, Glee Basketball, Class Arnold Mt. Morris, Ill. Team Cabinet Club Football Aelioian 911 .. ..... . . ,..... ,,,. ....,. ,i?,,w ..... . ,,.. .. X' f x ! . H , A ,,, A P A n . A f . ' ' A , ? ' - L A . 30 Z . wi' f . f . - . i.l'.51i' . ' 1: A A A 5 , " . 3 1 1 . l , ' ' ii 1 . A S2 5 1 .15 F ,.,. 2 -5 T A ' l I f I 'J J K 1 -' K gf w f i l v' ' 4 1, .l if ' .C 1 . '. 1 42' --.-.. - 'la ' A' 1 , 'Q ' 22' f A . , Q 3 ' . ' ' . 'V -'-, " . --'- tif , - ' I , V - ., . ,.,, ...a., . MABEL LUNDGREN GRACE MCCONNELL GILBERT MCGAW JOSEPH YV. Mooim ROBERT M. ORRILL GEORGE PATTERSON 'Wausa Lincoln Wilsonville UI11V9I'Slt3' Place Fairbury Fairmont D1alectic,. Student Everett, Y. M. C. A. Orophilian, B-and, Volunteer, ClassCab1net Class Basketball, Treasurer, Glee Club Class Football GRANT W. SILL -- Newport NAQMI PENDARVIS. LETA POHLMAN . LYDIA .RiCE ELDCN D.. SCHOGK Pres. Student Vol- ELNORA SIMPSON Umversity Place Syraquse Blue Springs- University Place unteers, Y. M. C. A. University Place Theophanian Orophilian Y. W. C. A. Cablnet Cabinet, Zool. Asst. Theophanian ' A BIRDIE SLEUMANN GUY STEBBINS J. W. THOMPSON INEZ VIELE Hastings E Ggcthglfbufgip University Place Norfolk Orophiiian idlgif Y- ffsc-ffl yorophinan Cabinet, College Council, Glfee Clilb Custodian, 'Vars1ty . Yell Leader RUTH K. WATSON ETHEL WHITING WALTER C. YANIKE WAYNE ZUMWALT Fairmont' Omaha Bellwood Clay Center Everett, Glee. Club RUSSELL M. VIFQUAIN University Place Orophilian, Class President, C l a s s Basketball, ' College Council, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. FLOYD WRIGHT University Place Oriphilian, Band, Orchestra RUTH WARRICK Meadow Grove Willard AMY HOOKER Adams Willard V WL, 2 MQ?- pvi Qfpuzrfm fg I' 'H lx r Y 'ef' pg 'P I X A"""F 5 2Nf1f5'X'W F 'P f' o 4 fx ' 0 x -and TILL!! Am Q Wm W, 'cv' Nah u,F Z :ai NX UW ,QAVF m4'nX ll ll 'l3'ld. , vhs!! 'I sf f u GDYA " W x ? X ax - --.1,- fm I C, ' M 24 v 0 1- 1' U1 b 'S l l 155 REA DES THITETIERT f, . -. . .,., , A - ' I X ' all ' , X? Q- fi"'..ffH w1-f . , . X xx , .?xL. ,mx - " ' ' fu ,Q -5.7 ay +A 1 WV., ,' 12 A ' 0 X Jr 1 1.1! LE ' X A ' . - V 17? 5' 9 J-,f ' 2 If , -ff 11- 1, .. .. .. - 1 ' YF' 1'-vt . 0' V 'N - f T ' .- ' " - - N Hi' A -,ill 1 s " if ' I .. T - " ' 7, ..1-1,-,gf - WT., 11','l.'f' " ' ',- . " ,z .Mg .- y L f-'7 .5 .- . ,-f-H I U . frm' . -x ,a r- - , -'f . , 14 E .,v-w,- - - N f - fi 2? YO ' f ' EE - 'w ' ,If ws . '. -'T up , A I-T:-17? "-A ' .W , 3 4 U A i , i tx' Fffiwixxk '- ' 4' h..":. ir . 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VIFQUAIN Valparaiso Milford Oakdale Madison University Place University Place SALLIE WARRICK ALMA VVHITE GEORGE VVHITE BRUCE WHITNEY VELEANOR VVICKETT CLARA WISCHMEIER Madison University Place University Place Hastings Laurel University Place I 0 ,. GYNETH WITTEMYER LILLIE WETTERER K LEWIS YATES ELSIE YOST LAWRENCE MCCOR- Sargent Central City WaVe1'ly Chester MACK , Lmcoln L , 9741103- 1 A ii A 1-SX EMT ,... -4. Svlzninra nf this Araheing ,- TOP ROW-f-Fay Church, Roy Hudson, Alta Miller, J. W. Sorenson, Gayle Beerup, Ethel LaBell, Ruth A. John- son, A. V. Thompson BOTTOM ROW-Guy Green, Elizabeth Rose, Floyd WVeed, Miriam Fulnier, Elsie O'Nea1, Irwin Vogel, Eliza Bal- derson, Pauline Fulmer. , ' Enmvr Ollawnw nf the Arahrmg 1 1 r ,- Swninrn nf Ihr Efvarhvra Glnllegr ,Q Eh? iliinhrrgarivn CEruup - 1 ! 9 1 .I' 41 1 Q Q :Ez Q 4:7 Q 3. 'IP 2 QQ - - - I I - : F5 -: : . - - gg-.vvup-4-.-1'-g ,.1-.qu giwum:qfgesvfqif-5:5k215iE': 2 Qmzkyfitm-M-,L--:1122.1-mira? 1.15115l1g.:.,5L.-Q,-..45g1q:p711p2u5 1:.cuff::.g:v:r-,fg,5p,u,,:gg,--,ngnzf , , 3.3253e.g5:g'e?irl4b.e?:L4:ae.z-A 3 Qlnnarrnatnry nf Hlluznir The Nebraska Wesleyan Conservatory of Music was founded twenty-five years ago. By the year 1903 it had es- tablished itself so firmly that it was reorganized on a larger scale and became a more conspicuous part of the university. The conservatory occupies the north half of me C. C. White Memorial Building, which cost, with its equipment, about E'5100,000. It has a sutlicient number of studios, class rooms and oflices, and also an auditorium with a seating ca- pacity of sixteen hundred. Supported by a competent faculty, modern building and excellent equipment, the rapid and substantial growth of the conservatory in these later years is not surprising. V . The Conservatory of Music has exactly the same purpose in teaching art and in creating an art atmosphere that the College of Liberal Arts has in promulgating the study of science and literature, viz., to educate in the most earnest and thorough manner without allowing such an undertaking to become a mere commercial enterprise. While the material support of this department is assured bv its vital financial relation to the university organization, and is thus enabled to secure the best soloists and instructors, it is a point to be considered, when entering, that it is possible for everyone to study in any and every department at the least possible expense under the best obtainable talent. ' During the year just closing, the Conservatory has been under the very able management of Professor Aller, who assumed the position formerly held by Professor Magendanz. During the past winter Mr. Aller has worked very strenuously not only in performing the routine duties of his ofiice but has taken upon himself a great deal of work in the organization and handling of musical clubs. The Glee Club, which recently closed the 'most successful season in its history, was care- fully trained by him. Beside this he has brought together and developed a Male Quartette that promises to equal, in an- other year, the far famed Wesleyan Quartette of by-gone days. Wesleyan now boasts a Ladies Glee Club, a Ladies Quar- tette and a Kitchen Symphony Orchestra. Thus are unusual opportunities for public recital oHered tot students who are taking Work in the Conservatory of lausic. Glluaz nf Eurriti illinrnln illlarlnme Qllama nf Gllemvnu illllnninn Qllama nf Marg Alvne Smith Gllamz nf Gllara lirania Hililla Qllama nf Ehmin Qlarrnll Iivurh 0112155 nf Qrnri ABPI1 ilingvari Uhr Efhvnrrtiral Brpariment ilahiw' Clbuarbeiiv Miss Cooper, Miss McGee, Miss Pyle, Miss Garten ilklhiezi' C5122 Qlluh vhranka mealvgnn C5122 Qllnh ED. A. JOHNSON GEO. H. ALLER Director ef MORRIS J. GREEN President Manager . GUY L. STEBBINS ' Custodian EARL W. SCOTT ,PROF. CARROL E. BEACH Reader Violin Soloist L. GRAYSTON LEWIS CLAYTON CUMMINGS Tenor Soloist Tenor Soloist OLIVER BIMSON ' JOSEPH MOORE I Soloist Baritone Soloist H. B. SHELDON CHESTER SCOTT ', Aocoinpanists iliinerg David City Mason City Sutton Q Osceola Seward Exeter Shelton Milford Friend Lexington College View University Place Gothenburg Beatrice St. Edward Overton ' Denton Albion Scotts Bluff Crete Elgin Gering Harvard Oakdale Broken Bow Fairfield Stanton Ansley Clay Center Lyons Uhr C5122 Clllnh 111112119 Quafiriir L. GRAYSTON LEWIS Tenor Soloist EARL W. SCOTT Reader CARLETON CUMMINGS ' Tenor Soloist I G Svrhnnl nf lfixprvnainn arch 0Bratnrg. q Svnninr Gilman ETHEL GARTEN, CORA SNYDER, MRS. AVERY, HELEN HUNT, ELVA LEHR, VERA CCSZIER, .TESSIE MOYER, THERESA HIGHT, MERLE STEVVART, MILDRED CLAFLIN, ELLA SIPP, HAZEL SMITH, EFFIE ABBOTT. When a department of the University makes the remarkable progress that has been made by the School of Expression and Oratory .during the past three years, it is a thing Worthy of more than mere mention. Under the direction of Professor Knox the department has increased fifty per cent in attendanceg the instructors have been increased from two to three g the hours of the students have been more than doubled. At his assumption of duties, Professor Knox, by devoting all his time to teaching? with the aid of an assistant for six hours per Week, was able to attend to all his duties. At present there are two assistants, Miss Biel giving all her time to the department and Miss Champ devoting 'a part of her time. There are thirteen Seniors who graduate from the School of Expression this year. Since Professor Knox has been in charge Nebraska has sent four Wesleyan orators to take part in interstate oratorical contests and one to a national contest. ' 2 E112 Zluninr 6112155 WV-qw A T wg k F' H my L E T 4 5' , '1,g,, 5 V M P X 3 , f, mf if My ff W' Q Q S A I NJMQ I ? fx N '. XM B Q, mfggogg W w ...- ,9 Q COACH KLINE X e mvalrgan Athlrtira During the past two years, the Coyotes have broken into athletics in a way that few schools have paralleled. Since the ascendency of Kline they have mopped' and dusted the State from end to end until athletics have almost become uninteresting so far as Nebraska Colleges are con- cerned. In 1911.-12 five straight consecutive championships fell to Wes- leyan: Football, basketball, baseball, track, and tennis. During the past winter things have been going the same direction, and with a winning baseball team, the best track team in the state by 40 points, and an all-star tennis team, it looks much as if the Coyotes were .going to monopolize the championships for another year. It appears that Wesleyan were about ready to break into bigger circles of athletics and if the Athletic Board has student support for its plans this will undoubtedly be accomplished in a few years. W b r V M . 5 --- ..-, ,mu - lr I 1 , I, 7 1 I n Q, !f I I .Z-x ff '-:J-.9"1:Q, K M" f Y If , -ff ff!! IN II5., .---J 'I ' A 'F"'5-- ' dna, .... ..c2.,.- ' .. . - -Q: '. - Q4 anw fy M-A 1- -3, . 'X ,- 1 , I .J 3 :ggi n- a Q-rl' ,.,., - K' rv ff" rg: -5- 'S 00 'sung "N 1,5 x ff' A 1 r X I X x Xx X x XX x X ..- -L.,-. .I ts I i...l...-. . 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GUY CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT FAWELL - Left Halfback Left Tackle ROBERT SANDALL Weight 1353 ,age ,183 SOPTIOIHOTG- Weight, 1805 age, 23, Junior, Dia Right Tackle Football: Blue Springs High School, lecticg home, University Place Welght, 170 age, 25 Freshman, Everett, home, University Place. 'Neb1-, V ' Everett home, York Nebr g - ALBERT GAREY Right End Weight, 135, age, 20, Sophomore, Everett, home, Fairmont, Nebr. FREDERICK ADEN Full Back Weight, 155, age, 245 Senior, Theo- phaniang home, University Place, N ebr. HOWARD DURHAM Left End Weight, 1705 age, 185 Freshman, football, University Place High School, home, Bristol, Colo. L f , fx f i E, I W z i E 5 f RAYMOND JOHNSON Roscom WARD LYLE STOWELL Left Gmwd Center Right LGuoWd Weight, 1905 age, 173 FTOShTY12fH9 Weight, 2455 age, 193 Freshmang ' Weight, 174g' -age, 21, Freshman: home, Mead, Nebr- football, Nebraska Military Acad- Orophiliang- home, Scottsbluff emyg home, University Place, Nebr. Nebr. RALPH LEECH ' Sub Center Weight, 1555 age, 27, Senior, Dia- lecticg home, Ansley, Nebr. ROY HUDSON Baclcfield Weight, 1553 age, 225 Fourth Acad- emy, Academy football two years, 'irhiophaniang home, Hayes Center, e r. 1 GLEN HAWORTH Baakyield Weight, 150g age, 21, Junior, Theo- phaniang home, Aurora, Nebr. DWIGHT ELLIOT Lineman Sophomore, Dialecticg home, Mason City, Nebr. I f, fx Ein E112 Gluha Work, vvork, work, On the hard gridiron, O Cubs! It is work that brings you honor Unknown to weaklings and "dubs." It is well your honor goes out, To the uttermost parts of our state, That some good examples ernmerge, From your struggles that. never abate. Your name will linger in memory Of our college activities true, And our tongues will continue to utter Great praises to players like you. Then work, Work, work, On the hard gridiron, O Cubs! For your glory is nobly achieved I-M' Thru your skill and your bruises and drubs. ' -E. S. B. I HAROLD VIFQUAIN - Backyield Freshman 3 home, University Place Eankvthall McGee, Johnson, Vifquain, Kline, Coach Kline, Hughes, Peck ' Garey Keester O 3unim' Eauket Ball Gfvam MCCANDLESS KNIGHT I BIMSON KEESTER KIDD Wvxrmev' of Inter-class and Inter-department Championships Uh? Arahemg Ihuzkrt 7QBa1l Timm VOGEL HUDSON ELLIOTT BUCK NER HUGHES QM 'QW E V Jil "-"'-'- A M6392 5 ,f A I fy fffw. X V515 i 1 gm P f 9 , N- yr M . ' f AWN 1 , K 1 V ' L0 4 if Ejwwii OUKETEHQ 6.g-?RfFI?1gT l ?4Zj77-fd-Q: wx THING. mckhffvfff X ,F "-- .MWXQQ w QM4 1 fame ' f W-x 1 H ' f A . rcvuffl' , W-xy I f ,114 any ' A H+, ff M4 -f f r' if ,X i I g 5- , -LI-,X YF k fin' ' J, :ff j"' U1'1 G", r Wfl- 'Iff,A',- J' ' Htl' Dr, EHD x :W , ., , .!f f1 f , seg QQ, 'm uy Qf ff xl Qx ? w1W XS 'M of W W Mfg X A V ,f f ef E5 NS M 1' 1 165152 Mall Since the first year of Coach Clevenger the Coyotes have been dreaded competitors in the baseball department of the N. I. A. A. In the days of George Farthing they gained a reputation Which they have not since lost. Last year they Won the Pennant easily and this year With the probable exception of Peru they have no cdllege team to fear. They have lost but one inter-collegiate game and that Was one of three which they played with Kearney. In the following tvvo games they 'defeated the Normal easily, as they have since defeated Doane by scores of 8-1 and 7-5. This year the team is unusually strong in its pitching staff. Chamberlain, the speedy tosser of' last year, and Haworth are both playing again. Added to these are Swett, a heady man from out in the state, and Klepser, a fast little speed artist vvhofbetvveen times, holds dovvn the position of shortstop. Hudson, the captain of the team, leads a heavy hitting team With an average of something over 500 and a habit of getting at least one home run in every game. 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VY 627 Nnhranka mwalrgan Cflmrk Qvrnrhz 100 yd. dash, Anderson, '10 Time :10 220 yd. dash, Modlin, '07 Time :23 440 yd. run, Anderson, '08 Time :54 3-5 880 yd. run, Beck 0 Time 2:11 Mile, Gillilan, '13 Time 4:52 3-5 120 hurdles, Isham, '09 Time :17 220 hurdles, Isham, '09 ' Time :27 4-5 X' High jump, Wilson and McCandless, '13 Height 5:8 Broad jump, Mickey, '10 Distance 21:1 1-4 Pole vault, McGee, '13 Height 9:9 Discus throw, Kline, '09 Distance 108:'7 Shot put, Sutton, '10 Distance 39:9 Hammer throw, Maurer, '07 Distance 106:5 The Coyotes had never been especially strong in track until the last year or two, track had been largely neglected for baseball. Last year, with only one man of the 1910 team in school and the Coach in the hospital, the outlook for a team was poorer than ever. However, there was an unusually good lot of new material to be developed. Gillilan, on the mile, soon showed that he was a good one. Reynolds, on the ham- mer and Hull on the discus, soon showed that with practice they would be hard to beat. Haworth proved to be good in the broad jump. Wilson, the only old man on the team, took to the pole vault and the broad jump. Hill, a Freshman, showed in the half mile and the shorter races. Because of the greenness of the team the Coyotes lost both the meets with Doane and Bellevue. By the time of the State meet at Hast- ings, however, the boys had lost their stage fright and had begun to get some form in their work, and as a result they l 3' , . vi 4: , ': '. 11, ,...:-, , --.I jx V, bi, .V .V 3:":L, gii,A:?iQ,f, l.?v2e2.fg,f': ",.. Q l l Q 11:3-'I 1 ., J'- '23, 1:4 , :, . qv, l. r L, :xv 1 e nl , V U l I agar if , -1- 1, -. .1r..'- u , 1' , , . r . ,.., NR, 'L 'L 1: V415--Q r. lf.-722 '- 1 l' 5. Min+.-an..-.L., , J '- ,.,, 3, lr 1 Ellyn Erark Efeum -V . Nmw1 l l E I 1 - Q Q lvl S ...K , , n TOP ROW-Coach Kline, Hull, Johnson, Zumwalt, Green, Brunig, Werner. ' BOTTOM ROW-McCand1ess, Wright, Wilson, Chamberlain QCapt.j, Gillilan, Peck, McGee, Taylor, Haworth and Fawell fnot in picturej. A . ,L-4-,-ev spurted up and Won by a good margin, the first state meet that the Coyotes had ever Won. Hill, of Wesleyan, was the individual point Winner. This year with McCandless, who is probably the best track athlete in the state, back again 3 with the old men most of them back, and all of them better than they were last year, the school has a better team than it ever had, and it is likely that it will Win the state 'meet in a Walk. It has alreadyi defeated the Doane aggregation with a score of 78 to 44, and Will probably do the same to Bellevue. In the meet with Doane the Coyotes Won ten firsts out of thirteen which included the half mile relay. There is little doubt but that if the Weather is favorable on May 24th Wesleyan Will break a few of the present State Records. Nebraska Zlnterrullvgiats Efrark illernriia 100 yd. dash, Anderson, Nebraska, '98 Time :10 220 yd. dash, Anderson, Nebraska, '01 Time 123 2-5 440 run, Anderson, Nebraska, '99 Time 352 880 run, States, Nebraska, '02 Time 2106 1-5 Mile, Gillilan, Wesleyan, '12 Time 4546. 120 hurdles, McCandless,Wesleyan,'11 Time 516. 1-5 220 hurdles, Johnson, Bellevue, '12 t Time -25. 1-3 1 1 ' l E , A . 495 , ' ' K. , , .. J I , we , , "ns??,sv , . 'W .An 5 -g 455.4 33.5 1' s, ' V' . ' ., 2' Y ,. 2 11 :.,.a:-w K,',4Q.MfX'3,.,.:.'1w2'5,:': '-55.'?s. ' 'Q '4' z. 35 15155-Q Q , 1 Z 4 - - V 115 1 . K fi' 7 L74 ' . V' Q . -.p iililffj i731':Y-3 f- I'-'I' 'W I ' ' 1 -, x of ' J I , My --'w t 1, ' M. . I V f f+ "" 11"t2,, fee: E 1 4 - -f f Q , ' High jump, Fuhrer, Doane, '02 Height 5g11 , 9 s Broad jump, Mastin, Bellevue, '11 Distance 20 56 U . 1 Pole Vault Brandt Bellevue, '11 Height 1018 . ..f ..'5 ,.,., shot put, simon, Wesleyan, '11 Distance 32:10 1-Q Hammer throw, Spencer, Doane, '01 Distance 122:5 Discus thI'0W, Primrose, Bellevue, '11 Distance 111:4 1-2 ,f A'- W WW 2i"' Iza :"f2-1i'f .2 i f - j f Half mile relay, Wesleyan, '12 Time 1 -135 4 5 - i Evnnin It is safe to say that never in the annals of Wesleyan Athletics were the prospects for a winning tennis team so encouragingly bright. Two years ago Raynor and Partridge won a reputation up and down the Missouri valley by winning every game they played, both singles and doubles. Last year, with Partridge out of school and Davis to take his lplace,lthe pier- formance was all but duplicated. This year Raynor is gone, but Partridge, when in form practically unbeatable, is back to take his place. A new luminary has risen out of the ranks in the person of Warren Kline, the little basketball star of last winter. ,Kline defeated Davis in the spring tournament, which has just been completed. Davis being an old star at singles, however, will hold up that end of the game while Kline will assist Partridge in the doubles, and Partridge will play both as usual. An ex- tensive tour of Kansas, Missouri and Iowa has been planned in addition to the Nebraska games. Qlngnie Bag 2293222 S ORGANIZATIONS T! N 'v I Q C 1 A 'P DEB Ti' I A Uhr Haraiig Eehate Emma Charles Cole Cecil Laverty Chas. Gomon' Rob't Sandgll Clarehce Davis Wilmer .Lewis . h, Freshman Debate Team Junior Debate Team Sophomore Debate Team Senior Debate Team Winners of Championship 2 -vu 0l2,A'l'0lP,Y Evers 0Bre1tnrimI Aaagriatinn OFFICERS STANLEY BLYTHE, PRESIDENT J. ARTHUR DE BARDELEBEN, VICE-PRESIDENT R. B. CAREY, SECRETARY-TREASURER The Peace Oratorical Association has been in the field only two years, yet it has already brought a signal honor to our Alma Mater. Incidentally, it has created a strong and intelligent interest in the movement for World Peace amongst our students. Mr. DeBardeleben, who was chosen by the Judges of the local contest on March 11th, to represent Wesleyan at the State Contest, used as his theme, "America's Obligation." His oration, while strong as presented at the local, was so remodeled and worked over as to be very much strengthened and much more effective in the second contest. On April 18th, competing with representative orators from Creighton and the University of Omaha, in Immanuel Baptist Church of Omaha, Wesleyan's orator won by a liberal margin. This victory, 'bringing fameto Wesleyan and honor to the speaker had the additional advantage of carrying a seventy-five dollar cash prize with it. Moreover, Mr. De Bardeleben was also entitled to represent the State of Nebraska in the Oratorical Contest at St. Louis on May 2nd. This contest was held in connection with the Fourth Amer- ican Peace Congress, at which delegates from twenty other American Republics, and Canada were present. The honor of entertaining the Nebraska Intercollegiate Peace Oratorical Association falls to Wesleyan in 1914. J. ARTHUR DE BARDELEBEN Winner of the local and state contests. Ne- b'raska's representative in the inter-collegiate contest. Uhr Iirnhihitinn Cfbratnriml 2-Xminriaiinn The Prohibition Oratorical Association of the Nebraska Wesleyan University as an organization exists for the purpose of furthering three definite aims: the study of the liquor traffic relative to abol- ishing it 5 the education of the public in regard to the present situationg and last but not least, the de- velopment of the college orator. In the last respect the Association has succeeded Well. Through its agency probably more persons have been trained in private thinking and public expression than through any other organization in the University. During -the past nineteen years it has Won no less than seven out of nineteen State Contests or more than one-third of them all, to say nothing of a large number of second places. Last year, represented by Simeon E. Cozad it leaped into national fame by Winning not only the State Contest but the Inter- state as Well, and Winning a high place in the great National Contest. This year the Association Was again honored in the victory of Mr. Gomon, Who Won first place in the State Contest held at Wes- leyan. CHARLES G. GOMON Wesleyamfs representative who won the state contest, and who represents Nebraska in the 'interstate contest. Gllarnnrv Ennis mixinrr nf ilu iinml Olnntrat 1, I Uhr Qbratnriral Pmanriaiinn Ellie 5111212111 Hnlunieers I I . 1. The band of volunteers who have pledged themselves to work in foreign fields. BACK ROW-Fred Aden, Herbert Hiett, Foster Beck, Rosco Sill, George Giles. FRONT ROW-Joe Moore, Amelia Wood, Grant Sill fPresidentJ, Lillian Glock, Neva Moss Jessie Hull, Ralph Hartsough. A NEW MEMBERS SINCE MARCH 1, 1913-Miss Clara Nordby, Guy Spencer, E. Edling. F1112 inrrnt 2-Xsaiiriaiinn An association of all the students in the University who are preparing for the Ministry as a life's worl The aim is f'Mutual Improvement." . CHARLES G. COLE ..,.. RAYMOND CAREY ....... S Charles G. Gomon Raymond Carey Walter Spaulding Roy Wilson Charles G. Cole Henry W. Wagner Glenn Dickens Fred Aden Wm. Fawell Harold F. Chenowith John I. McVay William B. Bliss Bert Story K. O. Pearson Z. Stambaugh Melvin Hunt OFFICERS ...-...PreSident WM. FAWELL .........,....... ........Vice-President EMMETT MITCHELL.................. MEMBERS J. D. Hollister W. F. Whitney L. R. McCormick Fred Snocker W. D. Shike Vernon Bell Claude S. Cole Clyde Keegan Richard T. Elliott Morton Brunig Joseph Brock Clarence Norall George Randall . Emmett Mitchell- G. H. Phillips O. W. Lowe - Ross .Hanson E. E. Wilson Jesse B. Watson Door Whitmore MEMBERS IN ATTENDANCE AT THE SEMINARIES B. A. Alexander A. C. Hoover A. C. Wischmeier - C C Wischmeier Roy 'E Swift Chicago R. K. Sutton W. L. Ruyle Boston A. V. Hunter J. West Thompson Charles Gorst Yale Bert A. Bessire Secretary Treasurer . John Phillips Allen Keith A. J. Gumm C. L. Buckner Foster Beck Logan Pruitt Willard B. Davis Wm. Muntz Edward P. Imboden T. E. Ashby' Roy Stringfellovv Earl Kendall SPEAKERS WI-IO ADDRESSED THE ASSOCIATION Tl-IIS YEAR REV. A. I. KEENER "The Minister's Job" REV. BERT WILSON "The Minister and Social Service" DR. E. S. BRIGHTMAN "The Call" DR. I. B. SCHRECKENGAST "The Ministry as a Profess DR. P. C. JOHNSON, "The Community Responsible for Crime and Criminals" BISHOP HENDERSON, DEAN BIRNEY, DR. PALL, DR. STEWART ion 1 9 S-" "" -A ,,,, TA 1 ming mnmarfa Glhriatiem Aaanriatinn l ,Q - CLARA COULTER Secretary General Secretary-Clara Idella Coulter Mission-Nettie La' Grange Devotional-Ruth' Martin Social-Eva Bolton Social Service-Jessie Lehr Room-Lydia Rice Local Extension-Emily Rough President-Mildred P. Claflin . Bice-President-Beulah Ward Secretary-Esther Grantham Treasurer+Verna A. Stebbins 4 Bible Study-Clio D. Wonder The Y. W. C. A. has aimed toward the goal of that broad life for each univer- Qsity girl. That life which develops the girls in an intellectual, social, moral and spiritual way. No effort has been spared to accomplish in every possible manner these ideals. The girls have shown a loyal and active enthusiasm in the work of the Y. W. C. A. What good that has been accomplished is due to the faithful, earnest work of the Cahir-et girls and through the loyal cooperation of the individual members of the Association. The trustees, faculty and advisory board have been unfailing in-their support in a financial as well as in many other ways. The membership has increased to 296 and the average attendance at the 'weekly devotional meetings has been 70. There have been nine Bible study classes with an enrollment of 104 and five mission study classes with an enrollment of 42. Our room has greatly improved in appearance this year through the addition of two new rugs and screens and the tinting of the walls. This money was raised by a play given by the girls outside of the regular budget which consisted of 390000. The University Place High School Y. W. C. A., which was organized under the leadership of our Association, has grown rapidly and has a membership of 106. The newest venture in our work is that of the Gospel Teams. While nothing very ex- tensive has been done as yet, that which was accomplished was enjoyed very much by those participating. - 1 A In the coming year the girls of the Y. W. C. A. expect for greater things for their Association and for Him. They will aim more than ever before to live such consistent Christian lives that the great friendship with Jesus Christ shall be the most compellingly attractive force in college life. 15. lm. CII. A. Qlahinvi 33 D 33 Eiiililffil EIII Qihrinii 12105 Huang Cmffirrrz den A Pfresident, Fred E. 8' Vice-Pfesident, W. B. Spauldin 'mance Chafimnan, Logan' Pruitt F g Secretary, Wm. Muntz Recordin miitrr IJII1 iizeerutiuv QI I' 33 52 29+ Us fa-gg Os. 5: .EQ FQ :jim 5:5 will as 45 L56 Schreckengast B. r-3 berley M. Wim el SIMONDS J E. A. L. Johnson E. ADEN FRED General S ecretary den, ,ex-officio edA Fr t 6'I'L Presid E112 Entra Mark Eelvgniinn E-if it M H O 'l'4: :na ,,,- EE mil"-1 'W 52 iw :JS QQ! BQ 3- mii G5 ju 5212 .2 w - Q41 FE, "",-Q 5 2.3 U2 lr-1 mi gm es EE EM Q5 ii Ea HE? VW- ea: Go I'O0IT1S. the Y. M. C. A. 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',.1f','1'ffffL.fff,f V f g.,.. ...-. .Lg ' . L . , Mlss JESSIE MOYER B. E. Miss LULU Goon, B. E. MISS HAZ1-:L SMITH E B E 1 C L L EQE A 1 X ,517 ':." , Q 1 N E-"" Y.. ff. W l e, Uhr mealrgan Staff A TOP ROW-Sitnonds, Crossland fEditor in Chiefj, Knight fEditor-electj, Greenslit fBusiness Ma11a2.'91'D, Mumy BOTTOM ROW-Tabor, Wilson, Bishop, Martin, Gill, Anawalt, Ward. r..,.-... ! I I I I f s 5 I ROBIT SANDALL ' Business Manager I I I I . I I I I I I I I BEULAH WARD Assist. Editor RICHARD ELLIOTT A caclenzy EVA EMBREE Editor-elect Designer VINCENT PECK Joke Editor W. B. SPAULDING Organizations STANLEY BLYTHE A th I e tics . 254 , '- ff I ' Q , ,uf f 9 I' r .vial I I ,4- X ,X R. A. WILSON Editor ,W 1 4 1 4 ' W. F. CROSSLAND TfVi1me'r of the Rhodes Scholarship Ivy Day Orator Mr. Crossland, Who, from his first college year, has been prominent in college activities, having Won honors in debate, as Well as having Won the Inter-collegiate Oratorical Contest last year, has added another honor to his list in' being the Hrst Wesleyan student tovwin the Rhodes Scholarship. Mr. Crossland was also chosen by the Senior Class as Ivy Day Orator. - If ' .YP , ..-V , 5+ - . ,- ww , f. f . :Sf , , -- 5,3 Q ' '- '.-I QIQIEEJQ Z Q- zfgllw ' ' if --fx-ffl '1. " ' -,f ' 4 ' 4' S5v"A:P,+'im' - - 1 ' ,Q QQ -xi? ' - 1-3 '- '- " - '2fff'1. - ,Q -- . -f-. Y - . ' ' 'Q F . '.:11"- -"Lf--' Q, 'J F, Q - V 'M VA -455- f -'M Q-1-ju: . .:- - - II, m".3"f' . , ' A A -K' ,- -' -1l1i-bf"i- ,-" ,ft 1 - ,s""'1-'N I. '--" Fx ,A P,-1 :5-I "Uh:-. A Q,---' ,---"' f " ' - - . ', VV' f ,lf E-31-1.- -. I6 Q . 'en-,,4g,j,g, Q' fi.,-53-:,-W QA QQ . :-9 fp. 5?-'ffJ"2 - 'aw - ,. 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LAWRENCE MCCORMACK TONY KEESTER ARTHUR HOLLINGSHEAD L TDA CRAVV , ROB,T FAWELL RUSSELL VIFQUAIN WALTER GOFFE ,EDNA THOMAS W, F. CROSSLAND OLIVER BIMSON GLENN HAWORTH SUSAN BRODBOLL EVANGELINE ROBINSON GUY STEBBINS ' ROBERT SANDALL ' ' LEVI GRIESEL CLARENCE DAVIS L St. Olirelia illllwairal Gllnh OFFICERS GRACE E. TAYLOR, President ALFERETTA NISLEY, Vice-President Aline Kiplinger Mary Keim Blanche Morgan Members Florence Leininger Mona Tyson Jessie Hull Flower: Pink Tea Rose RUTH SHOTWELL, Treasurer RUTH COOPER, Secretary Grace Taylor Alfaretta Nisley Ruth Shotwell Ruth Cooper Ella Smith Cave Ola Hancock 1 4. .4 sv A Ai 91.3-1: 1.111 , -31 1 ,. .-- -fm.,-.Z 1111, -,1!g ,, W.1-1, 4, 13-I 13 My ,.,.,,,.,., ,,,,.,4., 4. , ,.,. 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N Uhr Bramaiir Glluh Y I, I 153 Bramatir Gllnh 1512111 1 iilhv Athlrtir Mnarh g While it is commonly understood that the Athletic Board has charge of all athletic contests, it is not generally known that that body is not the Athletic Association or that its members are not even the oliicers of the Association. It is the governing body of the Association, however, and as such it assumes the function of managing all business which falls to that department of the school activities. It is made' up of three of the student body who act as President, Vice-President and Secretaryg and four faculty members including the Athletic Director. The Board is at present pursuing a definite policy in regard to the future athletic career of Wesleyan. Forseeing that the school would soon outgrow its present stand- ing among the schools of the state so far as athletics are concerned, it resolved upon two things: The smaller schools and the Normals must be gradually dropped from the sched-ules, and larger Colleges and Universities added 5 and sufficient funds must be gath- ered to pay the larger guarantees required for securing games with the big Universities. As a result of these plans: Wesleyan has been contesting with such teams as those of Grinnell, the Kansas Aggies, Ames, South Dakota. The Four Hundred promises to get under the financial part of the situation in such a way as to insure the continuance of the present policy so far as the guarantees are concerned. ' 1 Uhr Athletir Ennril Professor Williams Coach Kline Dean McProud Roy Hudson, Vice-Pres. Tony Keester, Pres. Professor Bishop, Treas. Leon Gillilan, Sec Ihr Ennntrrn Qllnhi The Booster's Club is an organization whose members are the most wide awake, most active and most persistent members of the University. Their names are not known and they never appear in connection with the club and its work. ' The organization exists for the purpose of conceiving something, starting something and then allowing the already existing machinery to carry out the idea. During the past four years of its exist- ence a number of movements which have resulted in a vast improvement of conditions among the student body have been directly traceable to this source for their first appearance. For though represented only obscurely by the works it has caused to be done, and though its personnel is a secret, the club is a clan of the "Big Boosters," an intellectual foundry in which great ideas are moulded. Though clubs spring up in the night and pass away in before the next publication of .the college annual, the Boosters Club promises to live on, too much alive to die. Ls Qmlalfuui, First Semester Emily Violet Rough .......... Edna Mabel Thomas .......v,. Eula Laverta Black ,,,....... Lillian Louise Glock ........., Beulah Edith Ward ..,....... SENIORS Edna Mabel Thomas Emily Violet Rough Beulah Edith Ward Amelia Tabitha Wood Chell Crozier Mary Alice Hayden Aelinimw Organized 1907 OFFICERS Second Semester PRESIDENT ...............,.Beulah Edith Ward ........VICE-PRESIDENT........ ........,Mary Elizabeth, Wr,ight SECRETARY ...............Helen Mary Plumb ........TREAsURnR Bailey ..,..........CHAPLAIN ....................Lillian Louise Glock J UNIORS F RESHMEN Eula Laverta Black Bertha Lillian Shetlield G. Faye 'Gillan Mabel V. Butler SOPHOMORES Ruth Lenore Butler Theresa Pearl Hight Lillian Louise Glock Emma Edith Griesel Ruth Bailey X Laura Mabel Hare Helen Mary Plumb Nellie Mae Carey Mabel Mearl Lucas Ethel Lenora Anderson CONSERVATORY EXPRESSION GRADUATE Mattie Eleanor Merrick Flavia Pearl Barney Hazel Smith Grace Evelyn 'Lenfest Alvhild Flodean Ruth Cooper PATRONESS SPONSOR Miss Lois A. BEIL Miss ANNA MARIE LANE COLORS MOTTO Salmon Pink and White Licht, Mehr Licht First Semester Zola Ochiltree ........ Sara Kirtland .,,............. Ruth MacMichael ........,. Nettie La Grange ,,...,,.. 1 Gbruphilian Girlz Established October 1888 Flower: Pink Rose' Colors: Pink and Blue OFFICERS T - PATRONESS: MRS.. RUTH PRATT KEENER PRESIDENT ......... .......,......., ,.,.....VICEPPRESIDENT.....,.. 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V ' ,4 .SV , I,-u. .V Zilhrnphanian Girlz I COLORS ' Crnnson and V hhe 1913 Susan Maria Brodboll Vera Clare Cozier Beulah Gladys Champ Ida May Craw Mildred Perkins Clafiin Lura Kathryn Erb Lulu Katherine Good 1914 ' Eva Edith Embree Helen Eva Gruver Hazel Ruth Cozier Esther Grantham Winifred Moran Joy Geneva Mills Leora Frances Smith 1915 Naomi Azella Pendarvis Mary Elnora Simpson 1916 Evangeline Clara Robinson CONSERVATORY Esselstyne Howard - Winnie Delzell Eula Dell Marshall Nell Margaret Admire SPON SER MRS. A. B. ALABASTER 1 - Q I i i l E ,- 1 First Semester Ethel Anawalt .....,....... Dorothy Kauffman .......,.., Gladys Steinmeyer ......,. . Amy Hooker ................... Ethel Anawalt Florence Axtell Grace Lois Bee Eva Bolton millarh Girlz Organized 1889 Colors: Old Rose and Green Flower: La France Roselx OFFICERS PRESIDENT,......... .........VICE-PRESIDENT, Y , . SECRETARY .,,.....,TREASURER Ethel Garten Amy Hooker Gertrude oy Dorothy Kauffman Second Semester Bolton ............Verna Stebbins .......,.,..Ruth Warrlck .....,..................,Florence Axtell Verna Stebbins Gladys Steinmeyer Ruth Wa1'rick 1 Q, 'K , ,Q 25 3 VR' 1 5253 2: A ' 5 , , , , I '5 1 ,. 22" ., 5221 'Z-Ii,-il f Q, 3 , '1.: , .,- f f f f f PM -f Y f xc' , X ea 2 ,,, - isis!-S-Srlf f' , 4 ww -' ny-1 ,1:.. f 1 1 -l3'. Ex W .1 ,V is f t Y 4 ,I 4 . 39.- 9 f 5 f I 5 3 6' ,f 4 1 Q35 4 A 5 ' 1 ,f,,' gg- 'ruf f' f f , 1: QQ .Q 1 ' A - 4 if , if . f- -' I 'i - '- :fy A- V" v f -7' 1 ,- ' ,' A? H I - Pamiarfffgf A . Y- -wf,- f- N- A -.mf-:ff f 1 , , '- z 344:57 , 2,1 ,. - ,114 M-ff-2" -1::.. w- .e f :L -'-z:Qmff-f,f1- -'-:yu ,, ff ' f . . .. 4 fy' Q .-v f ,ff 1 1? . Av 1 .1 ,. . ,. A? , .. .,X 7 qw df. ..,,,.4, .,,, . ,xg ,, ,, V , . .,f.. , V,-QM . . . ff, H A f 7 ws :fwjgwiaf X , if-zfff-'wi . A nf , ' K V- .V f - l 1 ' . P 7 ' N ,J iff , I I H ,xy 1 I 7:33 . . ,fini A , 1 ENS QQULQVH W L wal G l 1 1' if 1 Rf fX 'F ' me .1 , I V Ax M wx X I I I , , I -1 ll Bialrrtir OFFICERS First Term PRESIDENT ................. .......... R aymond Carey ........ ...... VICE-PRESIDENT ....... ......... R obert Miller .......... .,.... SECRETARY ,,,,,,.,..,. ....... H erbert Hiett .......... ...... TREASURER ....... ..........Harry Shopbell Second T erm Ernest Goodell .... Ralph Leech. ...A. .. Harry Pursell .... Raymond Carey ........ ....... Colors: Purple and Gold Wm. Fawell Ralph Hartsough Ralph Leech Verl Linch Joseph Moore Ernest Moore Levi Griesel Fred Snooker Herbert Hiett Simeon Cozad Harry Pursell Raymond Carey- Robert Miller ' Robert Fawell Charles Gomon Harry Vaughan Ernest Goodell Harry Shopbell G-rayston Lewis Dwight Elliott Dwight Williams, Arthur DeBarde1eben Third Term Harry Shopbell Robert Miller Joseph Moore Herbert Hiett in J Gbrn f QKQ fllllrn OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester R. B. McCandless .......... ........... P RESIDENT A....... ............. H . R. Partridge H. R.. Partridge ........., .,,,,.. V ICE.-PRESIDENT ........ ........ R ussell Vifquam Homer Gooding ....... .........., S ECRETARY ........ ............. C laude Dally Russell Vifquain ........ .........,.... T REASURER ....,....., ......... L eon Gillilan Fratres in Universitate v Thomas Neighbors Claude Dally Lyle Stowell Carl Meyer Harold Partridge Arthur Gill George Tozer John Elliott Ray McCandless Russell Vifquain Glenn Low Kenneth Hoover Fratres in F acultate Everett J. Simonds H. Aden Fratres in Urbe Dr. H. A. Taylor R. R. Rausch Merle Kline Wm. Delzell Benjamin H. Beck Fred Wilson Joseph Foreman George Farthing Carroll 0. Simonds Alva Rausey Dr. Nathan Reynolds Chas. M. Strader Paul Thuresson Dr. B. F. Williams A. M. Lehman George Thomas A. C. Brown Max Jamison John Priest Prof. F. A. Stuff George Patterson Homer Gooding Earl Scott .Floyd W1'ight Leon Gillilan Enyeart Ben Bowers Roy Israel Dr. C. O. Reynolds Don Russell Wm. McMullen Alvin Campbell Rev. E. A. Worthley A. E. Turner H. R. Esterbrook John Paul 11111211 1 nf Elhenphania -OFFICERS First Half ' Second Half Fred E. Aden ........ .,....... . .. PRESIDENT .......,... ......... W . B. Spaulding Merritt Hull .......... ........ V ICEFPRESIDENT ........ ......................... C . G. Cole A. L. Keester ........ ......., S ECRETARY ........ ................ H arold R. Cozier Wm. Muntz ...A........ ..................... ........, T R EASURER .,,..,.. ............, .......... A r thur Hollingshead J. Hyer Miller ........ ............................ ......... C 0 NSUL ,...... ...........,....-..... ......................... E a rl Lobb - A COLORS E YELL Crimson and Cream Rah, Rah, Theta, Rah, Rah, O. MOTTO Epsilon, Omicron, "Stir up the gift that is within theen O'TheO' , ' SPONSOR: T. M. WIMBERLEY V Roll CLASS or 1913 CLASS oF 1914 CLASS OF 1915 Fred E. Aden Oliver Bimson Arthur Hollingshead Chas. Cole Harold R. Cozier Fay Hosman Weldon Crossland Glenn Haworth Earl Lobb Merritt Hull A. L. Keester CLASS OF 1916 W. B. Spaulding' Geo. Knight Lawrence McCormack Roy Wilson VVilmer Lewis Logan Pruitt VVm. Muntz Warren Kline Members in Town Harlan Evans Alex Wimberley Roscoe Smith Ellis Fulmer Dwight Griswold Harry Miller Clifford Butler Clarence Atwell J. Hyer llfliller Enor Matson Le Roy Gates E. B. Smith Richard Cromwell Walter Smith Members in Faculty J. C. JENSEN Members in Academy Rey Hudson iiuernzttz "N0bis est agenclumn Established 1889' OFFICERS ' First Term X ' Second Term Tlzird Term PRESIDENT ................ ....,..,.. R . A. Greenslit ......... ....... G . E. Dickens ......... ....... R . M. Orrill VICE-PRESIDENT ........,, .......... C .A. Davis ............. ....... R . I. Torpin ....... ........ J . B. Buck SECRETARY ................ .......... G . L. Stebbins ....... ....... J . B. Buck .......,........ ........ C . A. Davis TREASURER ,,,,..,,,,.,, .......... J . B. Buck .......... ....... R . E. Chittick .......... ........ R .A. Davis Members J. Bradley Buck Glenn E. Dickens James H. Mickey B. Guy Chamberlin Albert A. Garey Robert M. Orrill Harold F. Chenoweth R. Arthur Greenslit Robert F. Sandall Robert E. Chittick Edward A. Johnson Guy L. Stebbins Clarence A. Davis Cliford M. Kidd R. Ivan Torpin Russell A. Davis Cecil F. Laverty .Walter C. Yanike , , amp '15 mum I Q if " Q . L u A C3 Y r j l x xys.. 1 - E112 ' 'ArI Gilman . N Y xkrxxx "Music hath charms to soothe l img Kriwl2qbSJn f?fQA6fg?,if the toughest breast and melt the j ,kj V 5 MLZUJZZJUMHJTOMM rock and burst the cabbage. I , I I ' ,Q ' ' ' H 1 N1 I Q K Llfr tm 3 W ' ' A a fg J L 5 SD I X f X if A F1 F' ff' , IJ ! Q, U Mfr X V 9 ff,m.r?59 h . .' K YWiL,iJ-:QVW Q n ix -,- , zu' - - j - N eil. !:T-Q'-CXS3 L -if Joe Moore, accidently sweeping the Hoor, makes a find. Moral: It is Well for the janitor to sweep out each semester. em Q.. vii? SzzQ5W xg: f Mx v kv T-iElZl'f'1EN. 'lT1ELH3nRLs , ff if 74 , 'A ,Wx gf' Xj I JJIHLECHCQ HQUU . Th Societies as .nge HI. S '24 14 - 'Q 3 gfwfw ev f, URU-MEN ORG-EIRLS fl, LG V ' 'Q 6 914 ' MJ N X U! W EVERETV. WMLHRJ2 they appear to the Barb. wail nf ihr melrhman Three times Weekly comes that Lit When with Phoebe May We sit, With wrinkled brows and half closed eyes We record the lecture We hear with sighs. I' The instructor dictates with all her might While We in misery, Write and Write, And when We are all but dead with fatigue We are j arred again with another dig. We dabble in Newcomes a little While And miss the main point by half a mile. We talk of Doc. Faustus and all his sins Or hear of Ariel transfixed with pins. And O, those details, those dates and such Of them we have enough and too much, Woe to that paper with one Wrong in nine, Down goes the grade-about twenty-nine. And just when We feel that our poor heads A will split, The merciful gong in the hall lets us quit. We f1le through the door both sickly and pale For being in Lit is like being in jail. THE WELCHMAN X i:g,,,f 1' N .x,.L-- -t . ,M . V '- f- ev' . 2? '...,.:6.,.g5K- - - , f " s . .ff N .f - - 4- ..f -- , s " -- . .':'..'-..-:H",.w, . .4:' ff 1 2:-'.1bb,'f.-.--'W 4" ,' ff if. IQ 3:11 ., .' "' .',..I1'ff. ,. W., .... . , V s , -1:5f'?, I f 5315 .f'-in M , A .. M K R gil'-f m ...if , l .1- V ' 35 -up sufsif . .fl ' if., in 'Q X. f- A' 4' .. .- fl wig, f , , -1 ,f f Q5ffQisp,s f z. . ,I 'Qs qw- Q f -, . fn - irq . , . V Q If , "gil 'Ui' Aim' i' f i L "Q f fvfgfy .- 'ivfgifig' ' 1 , ., ,g - ri' pf- 3 . ,j, 1-- ..1f.,.'e ,gag --1 1.7. s' Q, - 'Z p v ' 3, ' W , :Q 5 ,3 ,., , . , . - V 1 ,.. -,..4,.,.,. ,,,., . , , . .f , 2 W, V. ',7:4,fyg., '. " ss6'2'-. gym -1 -- , l H Q 'sw-.' ' V me , A- .' H . - -'-' , ' - - ', ll u - -gm.. if . f' ' - 1 1 -V, K - 3 ,--V-gf", ,QA A , , A ,,i--e - -swfrik.. Lgffg -'fazff : f 'ffl J?1"n'f- . - ff 1' 'A . -4 Q W ' - ,-4.12, 'K -mf 'i :fxR2.?'T':- ii ii , - .1 " " ses, .- ' T. . .- - ,.-, ,..... ...X..-at.,'.:XW...s.L.:-1.F.ei-.4f.x?ms,v--' . 4 .. - if . . ' -- '- .1 su 5 , - 1-: ,,. -1. XI- H . X 1 '.r-2-121-2:2-ss -5 21: f' Eiga" .. -, .,,. ...,- ' ' ' .-s...,t,-4-,f'g5- . . z 1 , . '. , ' 1 ww'i"'i'+- " --,, W. , rw- ,F - y ' ' ,S 1 Q- l.v- QW,-if 1 F - X ' ' -.525 Q' 1, Y Mis s ' 7-1 F M- HA Cf . ...W wut " - fe f,T.Q1' . is .. fi 1' 'f J' J ' ' :HJ .115-. x Glhme 6911! Qlnmv 0911! Glnmr 6911? And see for yourself a College Night Where those wondrous things are done. It is the biggest thing on the quivering earth And under the Wobbling sun. Th'ere's a jim-jam-jromrow-jambouree It's the only time in your entire life Like the fall of Babylon That you can see for a dime And, Coney Isle, and Mt. Pelee, What would double a hindo up in fits All tangled up in one. gn And put a Chinaman blind. 'Gln at Girl A pretty girl With bright blue eyes, She's just about The nicest size. Upon her head A bright red hat Her coat is fuzzy As a cat. J Upon her face A lovely smile, A girl is she Well Worth the While. Some day she'll get A Worthless man, And then she'll kill Him if she can. To support her He'll have to labor, But believe me It Won't be- TABOR .rf..,,,L 5 . W' 0445 " ' ' .. - .. , QW A' ' rw ihi ffl-1-. H Q. h h, aj . I Q-w',,, 3 Q ,gp V, ,,1..,L-5 .. , -0 2, ,, w ' A -Fl? -gzsH!EQ!a1?i'-fi,:'...l1,lm ., 1 N11 J ' if .Aw f if E W E 1 mf E f i XX ISM: ,tmp Vg I X3 A ' If -if f , . V. if iw '- 1 X- , -i riff' 259' F Y ,, 1 4:-Q53 .- v -jlljj 15 ff , , , N I jr I '4'Lf',3,'Y fq V-'-' 2-ki -: E! fff Wi" Mi' - 2 f if f fi-'f+f"',9f55fi N is refeigmg- ip.5EEEgT' rfv1fW'fs?zHfvf3sN 52e94fi52rr?. f iiQZE3sss f E 4f2aff",i1iMer2sZEl ilflfi 4eQf five . fsfs sr - , XTZWQ -ei A "2 ' "ff X . F 0 ff Zn E E 6 is "P . Mfr iw f ff ' Y ' ii ,M . , ...- gg ig , F! '-,1. ! b r , QFQ Fjih g ' in J x I .Q uh Z ,. ,f ,iff In-,,, ' If 1 'J i .-'-. ,RK Q x'iX ' 0,4 '-'hw is ',rrz'fgfi U, AW.f 57s Q ,W v X Q . , R X ki- V .. f... f . -f dx '-f' WX M. Enanv BEFORE AFTER Can the leopard change his spots or the tiger his expression? : Uhr 'ildnitvr 7311115 I311t-MH 'vvill not that goat kwa potted chicken irm the Fall 9 A-,rr awg , f I Offfyff CLC-f"'-A , W' N 5 ff 'i 7 . ., mu Clic? l i 'L ' fi' Q,-faqs'-:fir f ffspmi 1 ,, ,ii ,-g,,g,,M ,ff 'sm X . " A TI .mx E Ei fe'-Fev -' ' i iitwif rowfefrrrt mem ONE? A mere suggestion for the next addition to the University equipment Nut '-ifixarilg Arrnrhing in 'iixpvrtaiinnn 4. QQ v A X xlllml 0 4:-Ea -I X li- 2.-Z-:fL'S-':'f""? 1 ififg' --QLD?-1 . ' , X ' I Mm, My ,J ,. -- ' - ' f- -- M JF 5 o W 4 YP x :ge -, . - I lim. Y TE-caLoRw0 K I Q6 KM '- X GAME, 'rnke mmm ? 'lx -C- --i- X324 ' - ny ms scum - M, i- , -fL"T"5:ix 3--1-AJ-'sc'3Tfi'u.Es , x K , "':"'T!": Y ' - V , I4 ' !g.7l, l: ,! -ug h If ff ' am YK fmw -- . -' ' ' o ' - "1 - 51' A -- f' ' -ll:-M -. ff. l ""H"' -' S' , 6 foo - o o o S MW, --j' l A," A' o' - W -A 0 -. ,4,,:v -EN ,infill - f If' 1' -'J'l"""""' j P. L-W lEEV:'HLi-iigd --wA. W- Tr. -. "" "".L-if '- ---- ' onents in The Coyotc-:'s return after scalping? ? ? thelr football opp Colorado. A g -xx HEY- 'X X9 ERESTHE . 'P Q . QL? Kiwi M . I ' X K 7 X? 5, - ' 2, AZ., , Q, Taken from the egtgfs diary. "March 13. Coach Kline gives the 'office girl' a box of candy-'on a bet'." RAW If "Baby" Ward should get dry. QD- ads 4224 1' 3 N0 LV. BSIUDENIQK1 rt rf N N0 vx0X KEY? svE'3D,,'sENNES JE E' 5x6 5 lf FDR JZSIUN5 K if A figs Kerio 5 G . goapfplhrg ' The new rules affects others than students. OTHER Sfmlsrag 3 Y 4E 5 gli-I 'DHI' 'Pt ifl1ff,ff?3j V 51 ggi: QW s'7 'u"t'klL!lt9 1" lcllw fha V GBIQ mlm Ja Whiz Ehuz? A spiteful barb, A member of the Black Hand aristocracy roasts Some of the societies. Ellrnm sr narattinn lvttvr - N ' l ff l XX Q iLl3Li5tfffZfVQlfe3fM' Qiisdf Qgbvwzi ,1',,rf,,,JL,,d e MV? What some of the dear girls' letters look like when exposed to the cruel d an withering daylight of pub- lic view. 51 happnm in all illrrzhman f'--l K g J h f ,-'N fC.,. fb 'ff' ii Almeiiu -' s f 9 lx I ' A , A' 'sc BE fl '., V i ADW! Nw lie-5 Vmiiif 3 gfimwle Q' Meeting the subject of his High School t. ora ion atlregistration time. xx.. xt -Q Two single profs they do relate Once loosened up and had a dateg Latimer is the shorter one The other knight is Hutchinson. E34 -i ' ,ZA 'XX , X - ' ll .1 'f l. Li QW , 1 Qs EY -ik ml. -4 , - . ' , 91'-1,57,' ! Q 1' -' A ' I I .i M' lf. . Q ?" Y ee.-.Q T ' in EV r , . V - --Q, . I ff w r r T ' V 1 va ',,. 4- :.,.. K: g A Qt' 'QWW f E 4 -mx w'f ag,,,,ff 1 2 ff Q4 7, 1:-2".aP'-if-s+.'l1sa?1 Qfjfif, ' EY' f lm is s 1 1 ---- " CA poem of two Verses onlyj Arthur had a little trunk And every Where he'd roam The little trunk would follow him, It made his home its home. Now Artie roamed to one 'spot much, One eve he had a fright- ' They heard a noise and looked outside: The trunk was there-good night! Sump Smginga I Ill ' O they say the Green Hill Freshman The Junior boys are hollow Coming here to cram his pate - Like your grandrna's wooden churn Soon forgets his quest for knowledge And they fill the gap with apples In his mad rush for the slate. Which they are too punk to earn. ' II IV I That the Sophomore's a swell head, There's a say among the Seniors, Is a saying old and jagged ' Whose heads do rightly tick, But in this institution You can safely sneak on sneak day The Freshman runs mm ragged. Q If you call it a picnic. ' V Here's a new one just invented, And it took a jolt to make it Keep your head out of the ball park Or the cop out there will break it. flhr Eaakvt Ball Efnurnament D Ca F' f A Sq I i,.::i'7:: :ALT ' 'TT' . 3jig'gi"'A"l3 --2 if pi Please notice: This is not a real jokeg This is a piece of fine art which might Be labeled "The Inarticulate Conception," Turn over to the next page for real humor Name W. B. Spaulding ......... Dick Elliot ....... ' ..... Lulu Good ....... Guy Stebbins ...... Carl Cummings ....... Rob't Sandall ........ Beula Ward..p .... . Wilmer Lewis ........ Baby Ward .......,.. Susan Brodboll .... R. A. Wilson ...,.,. Ruth Martin ....... Irwin Vogel ....... Eva Embree ........ Stanley Blythe .... Zola Ochiltree ......,.. Raymond Carey ....... Walter Yanike .... Helen Gruver ......,. George Knight ......... Sums Flahulatvh Glunivrturvz Ambition ...1...To be handsome-....--. .......To cut a dash..1..... .......To be not good....... .,.....To lift .things........... .....g.To make a noise.............. ..,....To be president of U. Sv., ......-To be .......To boom prospects.......L .......To bluff a little....... .......To be loVed..,..,. .......To be a joker........ .......To be nice............... ..,,...Place to hang out.....-.. ...,...To love everybody.......... .......To make a splash....-..-.. ....,..To flirt a little.................., ...,...To be tall and handsome........,,. .......The mile in .......To make eyes.,.,.... .......To be good......... Probable Result Disappointed Blanks No longer Good Booster Loud noise Road Overseer Got Blythe Boomer Called Mrs. Gill Two spot Nice Place Fourteen proposals Slush Four bridesmaids Tall Calender expires in 3rd lap Made 'em Good night c vor: STAFF I E, 1 A-lm p X mv Ahmit 31 All -- Anil Hlnrr The Coyote Staff wishes to acknowledge that it has made more or less serious mis- takes. It is willing to admit that persons were unjustly Hbawled out" and dragged before the publicg that personal feelings were "al- Olngnte Eng . 0 y A 27 , X V4 L2-gr .,.,.,w'f,2 4 ff . y Nil - on yfilk, .. .Q is f,,-all 'TT' 23" -as Q - - E 4 em r M l y - we -' HUA, 1 7 If l A lm I F . .-'L f X lar SN!! xiii- I 7 ftjigk I lx " - li 1, F.. f ff ' all 1 Q r - 1 ' ,Q i A , lowed full sway" in these roastsg that "or- Z E 7' ganizations were slighted"g that "societies ' J . - Ti 7 - I were discriminated against" Cas they all It? fe , Q b e . IQI 35:53-f 2::2i1gOn.aOi.1is,2e2.2Li . Qi ' V- xg. L iff .tr 1-ij - 9,-"N should never have been allowed to go to 5115- -if ,Zi fb press without revision by the Student Board ,- x 5:13.93 G- ,-1 of Publication." It is sorry to agree with Q? -QA 1, C" Q- RTX -wil, o lyffglw L44,you that there are typographical errors in Xi- N R L 1 . if' Q Qldlgffthe book. These were made on purpose- .,x I Tflgei of course. After months of unremiting toil ug-L1 Q'-2-l'ii'?-'?"7'-fd J -or if c' 'i' " xbxlerx -that kind that does not remit-the Coyote X X Staff of Editors asks for nothing more than , to be allowed to silently slink away and be Z humbly lost in obscurity. THE STAFF We do not know how you feel about it but we feel that the Judgment Day must be an awful time. The Editor , J X x X Fjb ff , f,C' AV Q 1 Q ' f ZH! f s I 1 f s 4, I M f bf L . X ge V 1 1 flfxdzxlq ,ff Y v 'NYY X3 Y x I ' "What shall it M , profit a Man fu h . ,A I4 X Q- H all the work h d h ' XNW E C! B5 e oet v ' 4 if - under W " f I r Q I 2 ' the sun" f, L , -X , V E 1913 ,ww "Vanity Vanity, all is Vanity" K L E E H fiye Z l' N 1: if e f e d bd dd b d b dd e L e 'W Q iw lI Ir 1rv11 Quuwuef1 How the Glee Club holds off the enemy While the concerts are being given-as understood by Blythe "GM mhg 302- 311 Glhun? One year ago We parted One little year ago, She seemed quite broken-hearted, And I Was somewhat so. l Tears lay upon the lashes Of her uplifted eyes, And there were frequent dashes Of tears in her replies. She never would forget me She promised me and tnen, To prove it true she let me Kiss her once again. Some letters sped between us While still the fever raged, But Cupid didn't mean us, To love and be engaged. For in her latest letter I find this little clause, "The reason We had better Stop Writing is-because." Just think-only last summer, Our parting made her cry, Now here's a message from h She's married-so am I. -TABE QI' h Let Johnson D0 It for You el A153-45 A S N I P E 4 2 ,S - A e CAUGHT, 'l'AMEDe AND TRAINED! JG11nS535'b533MS u55fM You may not believe it f he ' B U T X E, Mm JOHNSON sf shove I, 8 fronfiailhgnhggel 13glE:tlelg12hcglhi:d.wildest snipe and train them to eat hay 'Qi ' nf 1 e 3 The Johnson 62 Grove Co. ff 'D ,ax 2300'State Farm Grove . F. Grove - I Our genial o f wn agent wh ver beats a ou d h bush except f P l Arr-4-uh ai b'n.'k' Nvar Elukvz A Found by the proofreader among the individual Write-ups for the' Coyote: "FaWell has a big body, a cedar head-"I 4 Mary Wright: "What is a case ?" Blythe: "A case is a mutual agreement." McGraw: "Did you everxkeep a diary ?" U Cummings: "Not on your life. No milking cows for me." Spence Cin prayer meetingj : "In the beginning God created the World, the xFlesh and the Devilf' Sandall Con "Homesickness"J : "Homesickness is ra sickly outside all ourselves and an inside all- goneness that you cannot scratch." From the Zoological Department: "Common fleas have little iieas Upon their backs to bite 'emg ' And ltitle fleas have other fleas, An dso or nad iinitumf' sv zz sf Ai fix Ai Time: Close of a ball game at Grand Island. Scene: Coyotes preparing to leave ball park. An excited student rushes from the grandstand among the players yelling, "Heyi! which one is Hudson ?" Huddy: i m Hudson. Where is she?" Botli exit. A . CURTAIN Query :' Who Was she, anyway 'Z Nov. Nov Nov. Nov. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar Zlmpnriant Mappridnga nf the lgrar Josh Brox has a date. Hollister gets a haircut. Annual Snipe Hunt pulled off. Snipe fall all over each other as usual. Pruittis Boarding Club still eating snipe. Brightman for seventeenth time con- fidently admits to the Bible Class that the grade of their intelligence is very low. ' Spaulding admits that it is a case. Crossland misses usual date at 403 E. 15th street, but calls up nine times. Every thorn has its rose. Gill's trunk left on Brodboll's porch. Mar Apr. Apr. Apr. May May 4 3, 11, 14, 16 17 7 7 Florence Leinninger and Mona Tyson Walk 34 miles to Crete. Result: False alarm-no man there. Bruning at home on vacation While out in track suit is taken for a crazy man in scanty raiment. MufHy makes last appearance on Lec- ture Course. Great applause. Lewis goes on Ladies' Glee Club, poses as tenor soloist and electrician the Coyote Editor too often. maker of sparksb. Frank Miles, publisher, gets gay With the Coyote Editor once too often. '1'he Coyote fails to go to press, because the Editor got gay and tried to stop the press by placing his index digit in the cog Wheels. 51112 Cifhrrv Marana Smellmg, H emailing, H caring I gaze into a fiamelfed mass And see ascending clouds of gas In which I read: smells, Work and Class, An awful trinity. O gas that climbs along the Walls, And fills with acid fumes the halls, And upon Weary Workers palls! You kill the flies that hang aboutg You knock the passing victim outg You put my faculties to routg You get the goat of me. I 'ro to lecture choked with Cfasg The subject matter deals with gas 3 The talk, an acid stream of gas. O gas, whose perfume overpowers, O gas, Whose kenning is not ours, O gas, We hear for long, long hours! These are three founts of misery, Three sides of General Chemistry. In floleful notes we mourn to thee O Gas-O Gas-O Gas. f ,A l fi A7 2 in lll, I r "Yr l I A l QQ H 1 W l Wir WW The Better 'Quality of Me.n's Wear. Farquhar Clo. Co. Girls Att ent on I am a young man Who is very desirous of meeting a capable, self-reliant young Woman who could take in Washing if ne- cessary. I am very young and . . my friends say, ,Q good looking. y Ihave beautiful hair of old rose ' color. I have never been in jail. Object is matrimony. Address Claude Dally Mothers Side Nebraska C. Gomon, D.A.D., c.o.D. C. A. Davis, R.s.v.P C. S. Cole, s.L.o.B. Rut a tut, tut, Three heads on a cut. We'll tell you about these blokes: We made a mistake ' In the cuts for debate, So Werun these along with the jokes. Our Guarantee Is Your Satisfaction. Farquhar Clo. Co. We Wish -To Present The Editor OF THE NEXT COYOTE N O W Mir? LATER but Why be a 505' killer? 'll Yet can the Editor of the Coyote smile a year from now, after spending three months collaring students and faculty rnembers,jogging weak memories and feeble minds, wearing out telephone girls, jollying the staff, jolting the photographers, jarring the engravers, and straight arming the publishers. The present incumbent of the above mentioned position doubts it. . VICTOR FLOUR is uniform in quality, and the quality is the best that careful selection of wheat, expert milling and improved nuuiunery can produce. lve re- spectfully solicit your patronage. THE CRETE MILLS CRETE i1TEB'RAsKA Manhattan Shirts and Stetson Hats. Farquhar Clog Co. DEAR PEOPLE! E Nor indeed ! ' See is f OSCAR w. Low the professional pulverizer of the naughty liquor traffic-shame on it -which is blasting our fair homes. He will Settle it Forever Red Fire Oratory a Specialty A -I . I , , ' , 1 We present on this page views of the class room in the best equipped business school in the entire West-a school which is thoroughly modern in every respect, and which has a reputation for high-grade work in every department-a school which is recognized by the leading business men of the state as the premier in its line-"The, Quality School"-The Nebraska School of Business This school trains commercial teachers for high schools and private schools, and has more calls for such teachers than it can supplyn This is an attractive field for University students. Students of Nebraska Wesleyan can arrange forspecial hours. In session all summer. Beautiful catalog free. Address W. M. BRYANT, PRES., 14TH Sz O STS., LINCOLN, NEBR. I. , I M A A 1 FIRST NATIONAL BHK University Place, Nebr. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 350,000 We offer all the accommodations and courtesies to be had at a Well organized bank and invite business on the basis of service for we know we can offer service second to none in the city. We appreciate student business and give it the same attention accorded other lines of activity. B. H. SCHABERG G. E. CURRIER President Cashier Harry A. Taylor, M. D. DR. C. E, BRQWN Ph sician and r - V SH gem' DE NTIST Zofwifffglh PEZ" oFFlcE 122 w. s:.PAuL sT. Offic,,122W,Sg,P,uI 906 Phones:-Oflice, 96. Res., 590W AT LAST uoslc AND Mousses, unoor AND uosu ' have you heard ALLEIPS KITCHEN SYIIPIIBN Y COIIBINATION which will render soon the new Stewed Prune March, The 0mlet Two-Step and the Coal Bucket from Be Basement THEIR COFFEE GRINDER DUET IS GREAT Dr. W. L. ALBIN Br. G. W. BALL Physician 8 Surgeon DE NTIST Uni Place, Nebraska Uni. Place Nebraska. Quality Always Counts. Claflin Printing P ' Company Printers of College Annuals Class Programs and Menus Everything in the Scllool Line A Here to please and pleased to be bers Claflin Printing Company 1824 Warren University Place Nebraska Farquhar Clothing Co. ENSIGN'S GROCERY A. E. ENSIGN, Proprietor STAPLE AND FANCY GRUCERIES ST. GEORGES Took a number of the faculty and several of the Society groups. ST. A -GEURGES STUDIO 14th and N Street, Lincoln, Nebr. I E ll!!llllIllllIIIIIIlllHillllillllllllllllllllllllIIII lllllllllllll llillllilillllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII lllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIllIIIHIIII!IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IHH H II l gl -1 i E Sf ! ! ! f r' - ""' E "" iLE? f'ff' Ai-:5i'f E-5 15"': ' z , E --A'-' '2fQz1sz1,1-Eia'mQXKa:22:1EF5i1laEliigw UF. 4 2 E ' 4 CD -A 3 E 1 - ,Wag 483 i 1- g X'-E'Z1.-L A- -:-Qlguuqg I.: Z U J E " ? EQ .-Q"- u P -' Nj-v Li. 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Let's get to- gether. 4 SIMONDS BROS. Men's Furnishings ' and Shoes ' If It's New And Right, lt?s Here. 'Farquhar Clothing Co SEE HUBERT THE UNI. TAILOR His specialty is all kinds of Ladies' and Men's Made-to-Order Garments. Latest society styles in up-to-date fabrics. OVER THREE HUNDRED Suit Patterns at 520.00 and down to 31400. Be Wise enough to see him iirst. Also CLEANTNGQ PRESSING AND REPAIRING AGENCY FOR THE BEST LAUNDRY Can You Read Spanish? Re You don't have to in order to be able to read the ads in this end of the book : : : : ad The Ads of the Lincoln and University Place advertisers : : : : :E We wish to thank THE WE SLEYAN For the use of space given us in advertising the 1913 COYOTE The Jffanagemenf . - bf. . . .VE . ' fr. - - - - 4 , Ze . . ' -N fx . , my ,913 :Z ' ' Es Ti' ' K f e 3 , S' ' 2 Lace and gold braid used to lend distinction to a 1nan's appearance. Today, with all rnen's clothes cut on more or less prosaic lines, distinction and individuality in clothes can be secured only thru genuine skill in design and tailoring. Our Kensington clothes are more skillfully de- signed and tailored than any clothes We ever saw. They fit and stay Ht-320, S25 upward. 4 For young fellows: L Systems, full of real lively style-S17 up. MAGEE gc DEEMER We are headquarters for Wesleyan Penants Wesleyan Seal Pins Wesleyan Arm Bands ' W eslepan Spoons Wesleyan Stationery Wesleyan Post Carcls Fountain Pens Stationery of ,All Kinds Uni. Place Carats Drugs ancl Sundries The Beebe Drug Co. Student Headquarters Phone 8 l A 1741 l Warren Ave Slightly Used And Rebuilt Typewriters ALL MAKES Machines that will do the work of a new machine at habf the price. Rented or Sold on Easy Terms Omaha Typewriter Exchange, Inc. 411 So. 15th. 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