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161. WILLIAM JONES-Speed, pep, and vigor-that's William in a nutshell. A special
feature with the ladies.
162. EDGAR JOSEPH-"Mockey" almost won a wager once! He and Dick were pro!
gressing famously with their nice, long whiskers, 'til Mr. Dirks announced "no shave, no
school." Lots of fun.
163. DOROTHY KAUFFMAN-Pretty: dark hair and eyesg one of the small members of
the class. Jolly. Interested in Purdue. Therapon.
164. HELEN KEEHN-Shadow of Margaret Stowers. Worships science. A clever,
original girl, and a true Shortridger in every sense of the word. Therapon Club, Math-
ematics Club, Camera Club.
165. LORETTA KELLER-Stars when she studies. Has a memory by actual measure-
ment three-eights of an inch long. Believes in walking-but not alone.
166. FLORENCE KESSLER-A leaf from the Shortridge fashion book. Is quite popular.
A lovable girl, possessing a iriendly disposition. Senior play committee.
167. MARJORIE KETCHAM-A very sweet, splendid girl. Appreciates good books.
The possessor of two enviable dimples. Junior Drama League. Therapon.
168. GERALD KILEY-Erstwhile Major of the Shortridge R. O. T. C. Gerald came to us
from Tech in his Senior year. Fashion plate, with wavy, patent leather hair.
169. HARRY KIMBER-I-'riday's Echo editor. Senator Beckham in the Senate, and
Judge of annual Senate trial. Doris taught him not to be a woman hater.
170. ELEANOR KING--An enviable, sweet disposition. Lots of friends. Eleanor always
makes a brilliant recitation. Tuesday Echo: Annual staffg secretary of G. D. H.g
Thcrapon. Vice-president, once, of "Story Tellersf'
171. PAUL KNIGHT-Quiet and dignified. Always delivers the goods in his work and
in his play. Plays saxophone.
172. RUTH KRIEGER-A sweet girl who always has a cheerful smile for every one.
Was once known to be almost cross.
173. LEO KURZROCK-One of the fellows. Not so much for the ladies, but a top-
notcher among his masculine friends. Member of Senate and Shapespearian Club. A
good chess player. Honor Roll.
174. CELESTINE LABAT-Celestine is the lovable little senior who speaks French
as well as English. We are sorry to lose her.
175. HAZEL LATTA-A good-looking, dark-haired young lady who specialized in the
Commercial Department. Has "rare" eyes.
176. ROBERT LAKIN-Musician under Mr. Osbon. Aspires to reputation of J. Ham
Lewis. Likable. Good student.
177. DOROTHY LAMBERT-One of our Titian-haired young ladies. Always seen in
company with Dorothy Voshell.
178. WYANT LAYCOCK-Was president of Shortridge Senate for several terms. Ability
along Demosthenic lines. Friend of many of those who haunt the sacred recesses of
179. BETTY LEE-A la Bebe Daniels. Black shoes, dress, and hair, that's Betty's usual
costume. Ask Otis Bradwayg he knows.
180. KATHARINE LENNOX-Sister of Dick, '19. "Kay" is one of the prettiest and
most popular girls in the class. Is full of fun, and has a dimpled smile for everyone.
Blushes adorably. Therapon. Ex-president of Discussion Hour. Annual Art staff.”