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'-X 'ill ff: U I . ff THE CRIMSON N I N E T E E N TWENTY-THREE L The Annual Publication of the Senior Classes of A TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE THE COLLEGE OF THE BIBLE AND HAMILTON COLLEGE Lexington, Kentucky L I i 1 Q R T 5 , it f .19 I 'Q 5 , -ix i Af 1 3 . . ,Q 4 , 5 R In compiling this issue of the CRIMSON, it has been our purpose to show in picture and print the happenings of this college year, and to reflect something of the spirit of "old Transyf' If we have pleased the students we are, indeed, glad. If there are parts of the book that they do not con- sider good, we trust they will remember that the staff has undergone tribulations and trials which are to them un- known. We trust that in after years this volume will help to make live again in their hearts the days of '23, and will endear to them our Alma Mater- Transylvania. 9 ,4 ,,, ..,.,- E-11-cze' ' -f f As an expression of our sincerest love and admiration we dedicate this volume to Elmer Ellsworth Snocldy, whose genial nature, sym- pathetic comradeship, wholesome philosophy of life and breadth of scholarship have endeared him to our college com- munity as an ideal friend, companion ancl teacher. 1 :ll 1 ff I PRESIDENT ,XNDREVV DAVIDSON HARMON, A.1XI., LL.D umhrnrv in thg lvarning? ihaih thg intl u'er hnnkn run- aumrh thr mihnight nil?" -Gay: Fables. Efranaglnania Glnllrgr Uhr Glnllrgr nf thr ihihlv MORRISON COLLEGE Earth has not anything to shofw more fair,- Dull would he be of soul fwlzo could pass by A sight so touching in its majesty." Wordsfworth i COLLEGE OF THE BIBL ".Wost mlm that rvfvrrond flzambffr .flzall yo find, Silcnt al frsi, bu! for the noise you make Ilflmn on the brazen door your hand you lay Tofvhul it after you'." -Moore SCIENCE HALL lVhefe science irst dafwned on the pofwers of reflertion And friendships fwere formed too romantic to last." -Byron. S . , EVVING HALL Of! in zlm slilly nighi, 'arc slumbcr's chain has bound mo, Fond mfmory brings fha' light of other days around mc. -Moore LYONS HALL :Ind round about it nofw the maidens throng, IVill1 jest, and laughter, and sfweet broken Jong. -Morris LYONS HALL ANNEX Tf1l'l'6',S nought but fare on cfvrry Ilan' In rfvfry hour that passes, 0. lfflzat signijfcs ilu' life' o' man, .-In' 'tfwvre na' for the lasscs, O?" Burns GYMNASIUM 'And I must think, do all I can, T hat there 'was pleasure there." W ordsfworth H1StOr1Ca1 Sketch Transylvania is especially rich in historic backgrounds. I Her history and traditions go back to 1780, when, through the efforts of the Reverend John Todd, of Kentucky, the ' ' Virginia Legislature passed an act to vest the escheated lands of three wealthy Tories who had fought against the Colonies in the Revolution in Kentucky County, in 'ftrustees for a publik school". It was then that the foundation of what was destined to be the oldest institution of higher learning west of the Alleghenies was laid. During the 1 same year a board of thirteen members was appointed. In 1783 the grant was enlarged to include I2,000 addi- tional acres, and the Board was increased to twenty-five members. This Board, among whose membership we find the names of Isaac Shelby, George Rogers Clark, Chris- topher Greenup, Thomas Marshall, and John Crittenden, met at Crow's Station, near Danville, in November, 1783, and named the school Transylvania Seminary. A legislative act of Virginia gave one-sixth of the sur- A veyors' fees collected in the Kentucky District to the sup- port of the institution. Twenty-one pounds and thirteen shillings had been donated by individuals, and "a library and philosophical apparatus" had been given by the Reverend john Todd. On February 1, 1785, the First session began in the house of the Reverend flfatherl David Rice. James Mitchell was master. In 1788, the school was moved to Lexington and located on a three-acre campus. In 1798 the Kentucky Legislature united with the seminary a school called Kentucky Academy, which had been established in 1794 under Presbyterian auspices, at Pisgah, eight miles southwest of Lexington. On January 1, 1799, the consolidated institution assumed the name of Transylvania University. It was in the newly created law school of this institution that Henry Clay served as professor from 1805 to 1807, and as a trustee throughout the remainder of his life. The present Morrison College was dedicated in November of 1833, having bee11 built from funds bequeathed by James Morrison, a wealthy landowner and trustee of the university. In 1841 the academic department was committed to the Kentucky Conference of the Meth- odist Church. During the Civil VVar, the university buildings were seized by the Federal gov- ernment for use as a military hospital. At the close of the war, Tra11sylvania University was consolidated with Kentucky University, an institution controlled by the Disciples of Christ. The official name the11 became Kentucky University. The College of the Bible was added in 1865. Later an agricultural and mechanical college was affiliated with the university, but was discon- tinued in 1878. In the same year the College of the Bible received a separate charter. In 1908 the name of the institution was changed back to Transylvania University, and the Carnegie Science Hall was completed. In 1912 the College of Law was suspended, and two years later the Pre- paratory Department was abolished. In 1915 the name of the institution was changed to Transyl- vania College, since only the College of Liberal Arts remained of the former university group. Transylvania is built on a wealth of strong and noble traditions. Her history is filled with pages of stupendous deeds, service, and illustrious men. And now, guided by the hands of President Andrew David Harmon, we have no fear that she will not pass on to new growth and prosperity, to greater usefulness, and to a history in the future as invigorating as her past. 7""" 1 -- W. 'J t P . uplo op,oioginiogohloioio1o',ofo1aioioia'o'oNiciojofotoloj0 f1Q"""""'x2"l'A!'f'Uff' 'T' " I" A Ill IIOQI' glllllllIIIllIIlllllIllIIlllllIIllllllIIllllllllllllllllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllll um .l v hh I -- ' u If mu .DICE IIE OXO 1- - 1 -Q .-1 1 - -1 - -Q - 1 - - 1 -. 3 1 -1 may E ' Transylvania College E - OFFICERS OF THE BOARD 2 W. HUME LOGAN . . . - ..... President E R. JULIAN ESTILL . . . . . . Secretary E JOHN T. VANCE . . . Treasurer - - 1, .1 1 E A EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE S JOSEPH W. -PORTER, Chairman -2 JOHN T. VANCE, Secretary E SOLOMON L. VAN ME'iFR E JAMES C. CARRICK E MATT. S. WALTON -- - -- ,-. i .- ... -Q -an - 1 - - - - -u 4 - ug -Q 2 The College of the Bible q- , 1- -1 -1 - 1. E OFFICERS 'OF THE BOARD E J. H. MACNEILL .............. E B. W. TRIMBLE .... . E JOHN T. VANCE . . . E EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2 J. H. MACNEILL, Chairman E B. W. TRIMELE, Secretary E ROGER '1'. NOOE -,: E. L. GILLIS : W. C. LAWWILL -. ' 1 .- .. : E I 1 ul 'Q : , , ..,.,g, --ni :g . Yi-,-,: ..-Q 1",' Mvlqlfagi-.59 if ':: 1.-A--:t I--Af,-1 I3 14 SFES: -if '4, -1- A : -:Az f 4? PE: ,, . C s .1 "-QJ? fi' -jim ' . . . . Chairman . . . Secretary Treasurer I fi I, lflill Pl Q 59 Q F 'E in in . g A 'U 5 A If . 4 l a-5 E Q E2 E! 53 :ffl xi, l. OQQOIOQQ liilf -Hx? IC i a. I I aisle OOIICIIOIOIOQC 1 ' gil SQ --,O sg an -g :Q F Ei U1 Eg Ei in-4 E! 25 1,4 '-50 154 H Q 1 4 :O -nw -Ep. A 2'-vw in -'Bri I: 5-3 E-f zz! 1. -Pl -.Q Q -'57 1 VY N Y V V V WY Wm ' . 1 1, 2:-if . T' - Q uf... lllllllll llllllllllllllll!llllllllllIllllllIIllIIIlIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll We A. -V . .... -. . -. .,. ,.,.,, .. 4. ' 9 ' ' . . ....C...l.0.'.'fO1'....lQUTO.lll.f.:0....f...O,C,l,lI0,l,l:lfOTlflTO.. ..- Y .V at W? lllllll I L 4 4.4 4.43, ,1.,L.s, .g..:g 'ITAIZ QZOIOZOZQZOZOZOZOLQ ' 3 , I I I' IIIII IIIIIIII .I . I. . ..,.Y YY,Y Y.. ,-.J.-I--...L ' z ' " 7' ' 'U' f -1--1 t Faculty THOMAS BENTON MACARTNEY, jIR. M.A., PH. D. Professor of Greek Milligan College, Tennessee, A.B., 1895: ibid., A.M., 1900: Graduate Student, University of Virginia, 1898-1902: ibid., M.A., 1902: ibid., Pl1.D., 1903: Professor of Greek since 1906: Act- ing President, 1906-1908: Dean of the College since 1906: Acting President, 1921. VVILLIAM CLAYTON BOWER, A.M. Professor of Sociology and Education Tri-State College, A.B., 1S9S: Student, Butler Vollege. 1899-1900: Graduate Student, Columbia University, 1908-1909: ibid., A.M., 1910: ibid., Professor ot Sociology and Education since 1912. IxqYRNA BOYCE, A.M., PHD. Professor of History Vniversity of Iowa, A.B.: ibid., A.M.: ibid., Ph.D,: Professor of History, Palmer College, 1919-1921: Dean of Women since 1921. EARNEST CARL IXIILLER, A.M. Professor of German and Mechanical Drafwing Ohio University, B.S., 1911: Centre College, Ky., A,M., 1913: Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 1915: Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1918: Assistant Professor ot' Modern Languages, 1916-13: Professor of German since 1918. ANSEL FRANCIS HEIVIENWAY I A.M., P1-1.D. Professor of Biology and Geology University of Oregon. A.B., 1902: ibid., A.M., 1904: Graduate Student. Harvard University, 1908-1911: ibid., A.M., 1909: University of Chi- cago, 1911-12: ibid., Ph.D., 1912: ibid., Assistant Pathologist, U. S. Department of Agriculture, Summer 1918-'19-'20: Professor of Biology and Geology since 1912. I4 I I. I 1 . I Y , I E I I i I I X, I t I I I I I II I I I I I I I. I I I . i, I I I I I 4 I: II' I, II. I I I I I I L I I 1 I If I A A , - ' II :II 'II Q I:I : - I , . I I ' I 'I j X A.. ....,, I Q 3? ff ,H ' I., ss:-'ET -,te .-4 W 3 I ll VV. f . ' ,Lib .J-""""' 1. f, 'I A- I ,I - I If M, ,s1..a..p:.,.:. ..... -.-si.. -. ---- -f-T . . -C C - Y - Q . '. J ' ,' , ' .. ' ,, H I I . , I , -.?....,:,.,,?...,,,,,- L-,.,t.,.,f '., . ' E ' ' ", h i.'.l.S:J,3.3:. LLQA fm" 11, Y 1 -.1 4 A, i -' f - l , ' ,y . l 1 " l 4 Faculty ELBIER ELSVVORTH SNODDY, A.M. Professor of Philosophy Hiram College, A.B., 1S96g Graduate Student, University of Chicago. 1S9T. 1901-02: University of Michigan. 1903: Yale University, 1909-103 ibid.. AAI., 1910: Professor of Philosophy since 1914. l l 2 l ...aw-, -, -e.-iq 1 u 'T"'1 new ! , 1 2 . 1 l I l l l l Y l 11 Y il l ,QT lil if 9, 2 P RODNEY L. RICQUARY, B.D. Professor of New Testament Literature Cotner College, .-LB.: Yale University, B.D.Z Graduate Student. University of Chicago: Pro- fessor of the College of the Bible since 1921. C. L. PYATT, A.M., B.D., TH.D. Professor of Old Testament Literature Transylvania College, A.B., A.M.: College of the Bible, Classical Diploma: Yale University. B.D.g Harvard University. Th.D.: Professor of the College of the Bible since 1920. VERNON STAUFFER, A.B., A.M., PH.D. Professor of Nefw Testament Hiram College, A.B., 19015 Columbia University, A.M., 1313: ibid., Ph.D., 1918: Fellow of Royal Historical Society, 19223 Professor of New Testa- - ment since 1922, XVARD Russel., A.B., A.M.,'B.D. Department of English Bible Kentucky University, A.B., 19023 ibld., A.M., 1 1903: College of the Bible, B.D., 19225 Instructor ' in the College of the Bible since 1922. , ll ' . 1' ll dsl 1, .V, ' l A. f Wm' e....o ' i 5 ff'-v, ., QQ 1 5.4.1 Qltrvg l .1.'s."'7, I5 6 .' qt' ' is 1 'if xl if by , ' - V Q T. ......wv-+.MT,.... 1.,,...,..-.-.-3-Twvvf-,li V,,T,,,.f',.".I',Qf.If,Lf,f ,Q,1Q.,QQ,! ,,,,,,, H ?"1v:.l Pl"----Q -- I .lrlf15wh,l'f lflll' lllilllllL!,i,ll'll7l.:i'Q.fl5f.f'f3f,1A,,li ,Jr -- - --.Ma , -f:,,11Lsav!-aff-' I 4 "r .:.,,f,,.ll l ' " J! ' Y 1 f ff L?l7ZifC?'l':iT' ' " - .55-lk:-54 fm 4 . i 1 1 1, i r 1. - 'af i i.i.'m:". 'ifi'1',i,if' 151, ii,,g.i'mii ,. N 1 l1115.1ggjijii1e1f-Lgii.1.i.s.5ft.1.L.1l.g.ii1113.L..1iLu,.1...Lliless , 1, 5 as i t l "ff ' if P! LSP. Faculty 1 zo 1 S: ' JOHN ABERDEEN GUNTON 1 A.B., A.M., PH.D. 4 Professor of Chemistry McMaster University, A.B., 1916: ibid., A.M., IE! 1917: Public Analyst, Dominion of Canada, ij 1911-19, University of iiiinois, Pn.D., 1921: 5, ig! American Chemical Society: Sigma Xi: Professor l in Transylvania since 1921. 5 5 dz! E' 1 1 ' ' i Q MARY VIRGINIA COLEMAN, A.B. ' gg ' 1 I- 1 . . . .. .'q5.Tl5ft17ll Professor of Romance Languages XE! Transylvania College, A.B.. 1919: Student at Alliance Francaise, Paris, Summer 1920: In- Qi structor in French, Hamilton College, 1918-19: M0 Assistant Professor of Romance Languages since 3.15, - - 1920. W 1" Q N,-f Q I EARNEST WOODRUFF DELCAMP, A.M. ii? if f . In . . ii is, Q Professor of Latin EQ :gi i V gil' O Kentucky fTransylvaniaJ University, A.B.. 1907: 5 Transylvania University, A.M., 1909: Graduate Student, University of Chicago, for two and ,iss a half years: ibid.. Fellow in Latin, 1917-18: In- K f structor in Latin, 1908-16: Assistant Professor, . '- f 1916-18: Professor of Latin since 1918. 1 RF 3. 3 JAMES RIAURICE SAUNDERS, B.S. ,E lin' ' ,I 0 Assistant Professor of Chemistry iii., ,Q VL D Franklin College, B.S.. 1915: Instructor in LRF' I Radio Tm-oi-y in United stares Naval Radio iii- I School, Harvard University, 1917-18: Assistant il-F' Q Professor of Chemistry since 1920. -W - Q iff I ' lr: 51. 1 .i ri' . EDWARD SAXON ,iii g , 5 ,. 1- Q Professor of Expression and Public Speaking Q i F Pupil of Austin H. Merrill. Vanderbilt Univer- sity: Graduate of the School of Expression, Bos- E, ton, Mass.: Professor in the College of the Bible since 1914. ' E' i if 12-i ."".l .Tx if ,ii 1 f'3'f- fi.: P si, ' it y , :Q,l,iiiy EQ -1 , ijgwi it Eg Q- -.-,,,,., M ll E! A -4' : I6 4 .q V. 'IQ 323 1Jfi",l,i',':ksig-vlftiq Qifia 1 . .J 'E-J. iiiififii iiflq 5-3-3-5' '- . 1 3 9 N 1- V .--,. ill. ,5 H 1 W h - ' 'i . ?I,QQ.Ef easy:-sf' 1--:Q . 1,7 -. f.. .. - , ,. . 1- , ., f 'V g ' zgssslg ' -A If '45 :N V L , ' U: .:1ALZ....,.. , .4-.472-,,...A-oe-fgrze-' - I I I u L. lliff!OIQ.lAl'l'Q'fQfOODD!QQfO'fl'i'Q'lfiQTl'l ' 'Y'jj""'f""ffi?fy " J3"f','i"'i ffiiif . 1' ' 1 H w ww 1 il im I' ll' iv- -tv 1 1 M--1 1, + L-.5 ,fs f ' H, T A is..." ,1.i.1.:.,-tLL,.1 W ,gun as , M BA V I if 4 1 , ' W Y -A Y. :----- Y, :Q V..YY T-1-Y-,,,,, ,, ef so if L V -., , Y,,..,, ,A YHA --WA W E V ' 7: 3 - FS23, ii -V1 'X , iq 2--Ji 1 gl Ze-E ef is ji' Faculty ' l 3 LEONID.-XS REUBEN DINGUS Lil I A.M., PH. D. y I ltfwl I Professor of Romance Languages F 1 , I Milligan College, A.B., 18943 University of Vir- Pffg Q ginia. M..-X., 1907: Ph.D., ibid., 19145 Graduate I Student. University of Chicago and University 1-ig ' of Berlin: Professor of Romance Languages i since 1920. Irv Q YF ISABEL VVOLFE HEMENWAY, A.M. ,. ,. : li' . . ,,-li .-Isszstant Professor of English Er--'I University of Nebraska. A.B.. 1909: University of Chicago, A.M., 1912: Instructor of English, ,iiwm Transylvania College, 1919-20: Assistant Pro- fessor since 1920. an if bs'-' 7 'Qs A. C. IxL'YKENDALL, A.M. 'gy .fbi Instructor jhy Burritt College, A.M.: Instructor in the College of the Bible since 1914. LIARY BROWN, M.S. . . Eff .Flsszstant Professor of Biology i L , 2 Butler College, A.B.g Washington University, ,Q ' M.S.: Sigma Xi: Assistant Professor in Transyl- vania since 1921. CHARLES ALBERT NIANEY, M.S. YQ R 'ills Professor of Physics 'HQ i FT.. in Ulf! University of Minnesota, A.B., 1913: University of Chicago, M.S., 1915: Graduate Student, Uni- versity of Chicago and University of Michigang Professor of Physics since 1920. 'zu'-air-11" 1 ,1 5, l F ODDIIOII " "' 'R.......s.fJa f lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllilllllllllll 2 11 X. 0 - ,C 1 ...Ti E .6 'Z' " L f I7 T "2.v . ' ' 4 J .Y , , , ,, - ,, -- ,. ,WM Y ,,., ,U .,.., , ,, , V , . 4 w ' .., . . vi-ee" jffiers I , lwr ll j I I I V: 1 N 1:1 li' 'f 31,4 Ooonoooooooooooooooooooooooaoapofloi mpg T P l i ' Q 4 - f""w PF Q ' ' ' 5U10ihfofolliojofifofdfoiiioIo'oioioiofoloiolofoioioioloioioioiojn i t lNIJZi1,iI 11 1 .lilllllllllllll!llllllillllllllllllllllllillillllllllIlIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllll 1 A-1 W1 -Q -Vi 4 1 4 l r Faculty EARL V. EASTWOOD A B lnstru rfor in Edumtion Tr'1nsylxani'1 Colle L, A.B. 1919' Instructor in Transylvania since 1991. ROY H BUYER Dirrrlor o 'ltlzlelics K'1ns'1s XVvsli-yan Ilnivirsity, 1913-16' Chicago ', ll. C. A. 'lrqininpq QL-hool. 1.i14l-IT' Amcrican lnllt L of Physio-il Pcluvfttion. Chicago Summtr .,-mol, EI 5: ' .j " .L--.... 3 Morrison Pro fxsor o English Literature ivntuvky University , ., '833 lbid. A.M.. 18583 t,r'uluato Studont. Vnixersity Ol' Chiwlgo, Qununers 1.l0G, 150163 Professor of English, Ken- tnm-ky 1TransylvaniaJ University, 1892-1905' ilfl. Defin 12104-05' Professor of English since 150010, HENRY LLOYD, B.S Pro rssor o Malhrmalifs and .ffslronomy Ki-ntu0l'3 University . ., N93' Graduate Qlumlm-nt at thc Univ:-rsity of Chic-apo, 1895-98 .'.I.-1J0fl, il 1f05' Fi-llow in M'1thfm'ttic's ' 5 O thin-a O 1897-1900' Professor of Maxthc-matics 'md Astronomy since 1J02. . l fi x K xl - -. , 1 ,' 1 'srl B 1 lv 'l'xa-nsxldx.inia 11410 "'l - CLARENCE CAMPBELL FREEMAN, A.M. f f I , AB 18 , 14 , 1 , , 4 f f 1' , BS . , aN"i ' Illl 5 F, ' i 1 i : Inixu it ' l' ' g , , K JESSIE M. LEDRIDGE Srrrrtary to the President Mas. JOHN GROSS Socrelary to the Treasurer JOHN THOMAS VANCE Treasurer ' i Treasurer of the College of the Bible ' 1884, and of 'Transylvania since 1901. 4 A .- is ls a z A E fi Ui il l 1 WV, ,V 7 Y,v,,,, , . - --, ---'f -A-f.s:r1-:s-04-- - .E-1. --V fin,-kfvqzjg.-6-A" Q Al t . . f ivi ii vi i 1 V .td i V , W . . A . . A-fas',rp.s-4-- A4-' 19 ' TWNM2 31010201010 D. "' " "'i"l 'V '1If" 'jT" i 1010 010i0f0I0T010T0T0T0T0T0T0T020K0T0I0i0I0f0Zd gamm Imam Lb Q I INJ mm IlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIII O is L fllszvf C C 4 02010 ml l iq? Lim CII I 'fl I Dill 23 l MQ' E .I I l.l3D.l.O.l.l 0100.0 ID ll IAC! 1.0 Cl enior Classes FRANISYLVANIA COLLEGE GFFICIIRS ROBERT POWELL Prcszdent L1zz1L SIIILLE luxe LEE SCOTT Vue Preszdrnl Secretary WICLIFFE CL RTIS Treasurer Pnousson C A MANEY Olfiill UD' Class Adfvzser COLLEGE OF 'IHE BIBLE ICQ. WAHI O C117 PIII 0-ll ll. ll ll. W S HARSELL Preszdent Vzce Preszdent Eli S gg L C , ' sm 1 ., 0 L IQ -1 7:1 . . ' 4 A i . 1 s N - 2 . . ' 11 1 1 Cf llwg 1 . 1 r .. y iw 4 1 5-QE1 E7 f. ' ' . L... C. B. CLovn fi :B iii' . ,gg . ' :S - .. i as 20 vga 'E g LM -, 7A ,,,i, L -.. -- QLEIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllI!lllllllllIllllIllljllllllljllllllll ,,,, , ,,, ,,.,, , ....-...4... 4A.A- AA-----"""' - , T . Qin-1,4-r:."'1-:-in, ich-+.f-'C'?'e+f?:i:-Sazesgeze-1 , .fir 7, 7, g- f s V ij -+V Y:-4-3-:R---1 -ie ----- '-'- -- - -- l9::q-luJsnL:a:LJfFg1,:laa-ih5.vti:!'1r-hni1ri: Mui Eg Q Affigl ITS irl L ' ' ' ' Y l N 'Z ' ' '- 'L-2 ,.f . K 1 5 .. 1 'ffli3T7?'?fiffLf'f?f ,',, ff" 5'1" fi - '- - - 4 ..,,,! I-ir-.. lv 'wi , ,, N I 2 lv itvfvg fi X -.7 1.11,-X Q: -: 11 Ai cl rl -f. ll ' 1 3 A 1 l l rl if i fri i ' s 6 ""x .149 v- n , 1011 44 25504: S6IliOI' Class CAROLL B. CLOYD. . ...... ' . . . . Lexington, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR B.D. Alf-pli Theta Z'-3 A.B.. Transylvania, '1!lg Vliairman Honor Vouncil 1,'ollegeo1'Bihli-. 'Ziii 5ILlflf'llI Yoluntf-er: Grand IiF"'DE'1' ol' Shekels ol' Suiire-inc Council ol' .Xlt'1Jll Till,-In Z", "ll'hy nffdrst Ilzou fwihzrss of Ifzy llflI!Il'.2 Thou lzast built thyself a Ziff-long lll0lZllllI!'Ilf.U After two years of missionary work in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky, Carroll decided to return to his Alma Mater for another degree. Here is an earnest, hard worker, a young minister of sterling character, and high ideals of service. l l 5 VVOLCOTT SMITH HARSELL . . . . ........ . Cherryvillc, New Jersey CANDIDATE FOI: THE l".'I'I'I.I3. Alf-ph Th:-In Ze: Pati'im'cli of Alf-ph Theta: Zf-, 'tip x'lK'I'-l,l'l'SldE'1lt of Masonic f'luh, 'llg Inwrsivloiit ol' Senior Class ol' thi- College UI' ill" Bull", '33- , "High frrclrd lfmuylzfs scaled in the fzrarl of courtesy." 1 lflere is a student w ho takes college life quite seriou:-ly and enjoys it. His studiousness and sin- Qity have made a profound impression on faculty and students. He is a young minister of fine ideals and nohle purpose, for whom we predict a most successful future. 41- 1- 1' 'I' " 1 J V, ' Y . Q' 1 "fe, 2' ., l"5l'lly"ig lf 3. 4, , . for I g .t ' ,- ......-. . t :.g.t.Q44u4J TQ.T,.f .flZgj1?22.eL1Zil'.5.L- - J '-'v'TTT"""""' "PW-H4-Q-sb-ff' " ' --.-.,.,.a3id CDIOI' C1355 XIXRY LEE Sco'rT. .......... . Lexington, Ixentucky S:1:"': . fi' ' 3 ' ': A .'L1 '. ', '. .. ': ' -, 'L 3 - -gc - - I' 1' '. 'I 1 '- 'I : .'s" 'S ' " if ,'Lf.L "."- - ' '. ', '. . .. 2123 .' ucli- ' '- '-'1 ', 'LI'g mor ' " , 'LI ' .' -1' '-: .' -ll ' ':.'.4g ': Sl " 'I' :.' .' mi-1 ' Wu' hall: zz fl 'arl In wxol-tw a lzfad lo zonlrifvz and a fraud Io zxzfulz. lt is impossible to say in such few words all the good things that one might say about Lee. Here is a girl w ho har- won the admiration of all by her pluck and determination to succeed in what- ever she undertakes. ller excellence as a student and interest in all college activities have made her an ideal 'I'ransylvanian. Ilxkm' sl. BERRY . .......... . llfloreland, Kentucky , - 1-.5 , 1. . U K... . I " -4 'wg 'A-fs - -1,121 .'-4-1'-1 i ':. 'LZ'3 Bunk : 1 1 '. . , '. .. 'z ir -, 'LZ-'ZSIQ ut- ' g- -lt-ga -, 'L 5 'ross-t'oun i,':!: f 1. J lisrs in mf likr' ll .fllllllllffj nm 11. Ilarry possesses in abundance that which is indispensable to college life-school spirit. By his loyalty to "Old Transyn he has been a fine example to all of us. Although interested in classes and all activities, rumor has it that he has other engrossing interests elsewhere than on our own campus. -'i ... L- U? ...ss i ,- 1 ':2 ll" :-- Q I' W , - E: :'TQ E ' ,I -f-- '..., - .. J :- ' N lf' 1-1 ' l - x ':"'-1 L-f Ez ': AE: - ' : , N Q -- Q 1' -,3E' ' 1 4, 'YZ A I 1 I .-.v- T' fi- ' V . ,Q -1' 5 ' : 4.4-.4 -5 - -1 -,M 75 'f ' , . -- A 2'r' 1 1M H' ' . 7 L7 5' 1' '. 3 I ' 3-1: Z 3 Q -w - 11' 3 -' I ' I. " 17 .Z 11 T :Z- . T ' I " '2"T 3' 'A "i N I. ' 2' :i 1 4 N -- ' :If: f W, -1:-.. - 35,5 g ,J ' w -..-: v l ... " fl-- Z' I f- ' ..j, I' E-f ' :fi ' E f- 'll 4 fi,-1 LPI - Tl 1: 'fu F- ":.f 1 l Z T 1 . , 4 Y E2 'f' l r - 1 IE- - N- - - l.-- - ' : if Q., Af' :I lt - -..A 4 H , - 1 E 7 1 ' 7 'E . i :'.."' 1' l - 2 ,I V -I , --L- f me-, w 11' ix. 'ln' re- if a. L'? "' ,A 9 il!" .' , Q ia A . 5 pf'- -' ' . mf" . ......Q ...A - . M. 4.-- -. .- . . A .. A-.- . Y. .. ...-...,....-,.fiff.1I..f...Q-..'.. ,, ,Q,,..-.llfl'ff-..Tf.lL'.'.llQIi,.-f.IQfQ..fL.fqgiLJ Q4 ' l-"fr l ,i , . ' '. ' i... '-. ,',' . Y' r 7 , rg--5 4 Y F-V'-sf ev 7 -eg-4., 17- egwffqp- f.5.5.a.'..q,.-q.-Q-Q-gs.-q A 0...--..---, E A , i- .-J Y. ..., .. ,... -....- 0 l'0'o'U' 14 . V S6l'1iO1' Class RUBY XTANSAXT . ......... . Morehead, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR ,X.B. Hamilton Volle-an-, 'Ill Y. XY. 11 A.3 Vice-P1'+-siulwnt Student Governrnt-nt, '22-'23g "4,'1'imson" Staff. "Slip is possessed fzxillz llral infxlzaustiblf good nature -'wlziflf is Ilze flzoifrst gift of hnalwlzf' Behold the Pollyanna of Lyons Hall! As a dispenser of cheer, Ruby is second to none. No one can sympathize with a homesick student just like Ruby. She is quiet, unassuming, and far too modest to be suspected of her true worth as a student and friend. HUGH SKIDMORE . .... ...... . Campbellsburg, Kentucky VANDIDATE FOR A.B, Phi Kappa Taug Y. M. C. A. "lVrll, then, I nofw do plainly see, Tlzis busy fworld and I slzall nc'cr agree." Although Hugh permitted a fair damself to entice him into wedded bliss last year, he still con- tinued his college work, He is a jolly chap, a confirmed optimist who takes life without many needless worries. He possesses Z1 smile which never wears off, no matter what Comes. 23 -.-.-.. Y.. .C TV, ,Z J -'M' . , ffeeiwsst e 1 1 . Q7 fi 1 4 -vu-ul ll g . 1 5 U 'I' " Q-e1,Jf.l 1 'Y 1--41.11 J qi fag ig 0-l l,: El' lil t1T'w,Q.E..f 5 , 1, 'I-J f'- P ll , lj ja N-J '-'- "A f, ll' 'fl v r -Q gl ,g A I I A-'f-:en ggi B, eeeee 33 ll - l 'flff Q' .nal ' lliill ll' 'I licggsril lligiill H! l li? '65 l -fgi 3 lofi? ill 9 'je ', ,vi Eiih te: l llixml 2 ff ,l. 1 ffij ' , if l fir 2 5 pig l 7- il 'j A 'Q l i A A 4 4 V4 Alfffg TDTDTDTIYITDTIflfllICIlf!'C'fl7lfUflTlTUfOIITCTlfOf! iff! UD 0 D . 5. 71 Q 93 UI UI Sn Fl ll 4t4...,Q4...i,tt.tiigzgt.4 ,ll - yi l' l Liirix H.XRRlSlDN IQING . .......... . Owcnton, Kentucky fy r ' ' IYXNDIIJ.-X'I'l'I wil: .x.B. gllg, e U Y. NY. F. A.: Iluno1'1'min1'il, '21-'221 Sen-rt-tary Junior f'l:1ss1 Lambda Omega, fl 'f . il, U "SIM sjwaks, lu'f1afLw'.v, and ads jus! as Jfll' 0llgllf.H 1 l .1 Q Not big in inches, but big in mind and heart, is Lela. Here is Z1 girl who has worked hard and Wx f, steadily through her four years in college, and yet had time to help the other fellow and have fun Q besides. Her hobby is English, and her chief characteristic is talkativeness. L 5 i l l O ll, rl l' - V' . 1 ' Q CH.xRLEs S. Y AN XVINKLE . ......... . hiunhall, Pennsylvania iff-7 wANmD,x'1'E Fon A.B. - M53 lk' I Vi Kappa Alphug film- r'luh, '30-'ZHQ I'i't-sidvrit ol' tlu- Sl'llli1fflNfll'l3 Cflassg Bziseball lllei I, 'I'eum, '21-'22, W . "1Wy lfrarl 15 as truf as sled." 'ff "X an is the original of Stevenson s "Dr, Jekyll and Mr. Hyde '. His "Dr. Jekyllu, however, IS rg Q just a good Northern boy with ideals of service, and a manly, gentlemanly bearing, while is if Q "Mr. Hyde" is nothing more harmful than a college "cut-up", exercising his overtaxed b1'ain'gI. Kal fn "Van" possesses a remarkable baritone voice. :il Q I , l ff e , w. fi w ayfll , 9 H ff pfllll H- 9 .Sl-,1 if-f 1 will in -'iv 5 f l ' iifrf 24 v A1 5: gi-gg' Y 56 j fl In H ff" 6 i f " 1 ' ' - E f- i ' . . '-4' X I . 'fifii i '9 ' ' i ii '-'li Q N, . -wr-ww .' f ' A ' Y' ru .r 'qipiagop l 'I ff lad .1 salg,',i,T-Qzzigfipfwliiilisil6Awi? :11:f, .asa 1: -- . . ' ' ' ' f . 1-egnuwhr -an-begs an- --Q 1 4 . 1 I I I I..,.. X . .- .. . s. 1.-- . . M--. . , hams, t-. ' ' 1 49. " " 1'l'f1 ' f " I"ii' fT!'2'lff'7 5 U ... LF- ft 2 lf 'Tr1.aTYT',' --.si , e 3' I li 3 Q ,, W- . -V.- -Y f, - ..-..--fQ.,...-:.,.,,:,-:,:..A.4.:2. ...fa -f Lf... ----Q -T Ji. .-4.3 - EA' if " L "M ' "H ' ' """m"'T"-if A ff Q I .if -i . ,ii ' -..I .1 . I Senior Class ii: xvIRGINIA Pl.-XYES . .......... . Lexington, Kentucky 7 I CANDIDATE FOR A.B. F1-c-rf-ta1'y Fturle-nt Gow-rnment. '223 Flass Basketball Tram, '21g Cast of Annual i ' Play, 'liz Pre-siflent of Stagffc-rafts-i's, '22g' HC'l'lIHSUlln Staff. "For lzfr ofwn person, il beggarfd all desrriptionf' Virginia is the fortunate possessor of much poise and dignityg really, we cannot imagine any 5 situation in which she would not feel at home. She is quite fond of talking about everything ,r in general, and is the jolly, likable sort that one likes to have around. .J 5 l Fosrmz P. MITCI-IELL . ......... . Paris, Kentucky Q ' 1 CANDIDATE FOR A.B. Pi Kappa Alpha: Gler- Vlub, '20: Editor "Crimson Ramblei"', '21-'22g Instructor in , , H 731 Gymnasium, '21-'ZZ. ".-I man lie srfrned of rhrfrful yesterdays and ronfldfnl lornorrofwsf' " itch" is a true "Y" tv e and ex ects to do "Y" or similar work. He talks little, but enerally . P P g fhys what he wants to say. His fun lwhen he is funnyl consists of a series of pantomime and iii qvmicry of notable men. He is liked best by those who know him best. W N Iii 'N' as 9' X sf-'-f 5 si A .J - 'M' 'Y' -D P 5 if ,. ll - . . t , , , N ..............,,... .,... M.-. .... , ...-..,..-j-.... ,I 'U ' ' " 1,.'." ,A M Q 'QQ-iff,-... -ling.S.',.-wg-'J if.- . .1 ff .ws . -.4..KuL?..'?l. f........ if 'J...3.E'. f,....:..u,if.5'fg.,,if',.' I - f,,f,,.E,',g,,Q I 1 " I Rx . lui if XX s ' ----H 5'---ef ei '.f:,ffa7a-aaeifeeeeliq:gfm5'5+fg4.s e W5 ,. . .V u fit- A, .s. Q g,.4Epi,hSt,.:,.,::f5-elisl4id 1 ' w ,l .H . . la-9-Q-I-lf!! I 'A ' ' 1 . V ,, w':I:.i wi H , ' niir11n,,f',.,1,,g.5,- fi . i ,,, . .,, .Y l,, wif Iii,M,- K " .. " fe .. : ' 'fgf' gfQ.'5ff32f'::cfi1"iilTlg.i,?.'Q'TixT. l'.i""':""l"""1k fini F wi R A ' 'giffigti' llvyla-'11 SCI'llO1' Class CiENEVA HL'Fl?IKER . ......... .Lawreneeburgg Kentucky l'.iXNDlllA'l'lC l"lJll .X.B. Ensli-rn Ki-ntnc-ky Stnti- Normuli Y. XV. P. A.: P4-riclea. "Yours is lln' flfarnz of mlm, good .vfn5r." Geneva had almost finished her college career when she decided that Transylvania was a fitting place to spend her senior year. She soon caught our school spirit, and has proved to be a valuable addition to our class, Besides possessing friendliness and dignity, she has worlds of common sense and personality. lV1c1.1r REED CURTIS . ......... . Midland, Texas 1".XND1ll'7A'I'E FOR 13.5. Kappa Alpha: Lnmpas: Book anal Roni-S: Stzuxc-Crafters: Vast of Annual Play, '22: Business Manager Stagei-1'z1l'li-rs. '23, Manager of Basketball, '22-'231 Business Manage-r "Vi-imson ll!lI'lllIll'l"', '22-'tllg hlzxiizipfe-1' "'I'ransylvanian", '233 '1'renSurer Senior Vlassg 1'e-r-ic-leap Y. M, 1'. A.g Pan-Hi-Ili-nie Council, '21-'23, Athletic Coun- cil, '21 "lI'orldly fwixr, fxrrrdingly rlmffr, and in mzfry role -wlzatffvrr up-to-dale." "VVick" has managed everything on the campus fand some things offj that was manageablejl faking part in manifold activities, and entrusted with numerous responsibilities, he has alwayh kept before him a high ideal of scholarship. It is seldom that we meet one so good-natured as "VVick". Y Ap N K - ,L . ra 26 U fa.".iis! l ,' -',. :4,.' 1 ,,i ,. ' ' 4 W 'Y ll - ' - . L, 7 -Jw" R Tax 'V"r-Q. ' - l F .. Lf Na .. ..1,.,,.s--f..,,f - A L , y- f' - i li. , .1 - r A tg if Li fl 'i W E 5+ lt is l li if lie i if all ll' lx it ll i ig ll 1. if fl' 1:1 fl li il ii ll wi fl 'il l ii 1 ' ll, . 4 i I 0 rs 1 4 2 u l 'I Q i if 'I I F s li i 1 P I x 1 . as i ,Qugr ev ..f.., F541 ' -1 - ,-fi.. . .LQ-,.:. 11. .h . nf .,M .. , . -mf g- - Tlflflf! Iii 503707 . 'i'0To1li0'oTl'bTD'0T0 Ts toil ' lg 5 in I I, 1, ir- V x 1 1 . I at ll - ii li ' ! F ! ! 9 ! R E Ib' ff'iTfQi Q ' -. f- ,- -- --W 1 1 4 1 . . . v yrs.: Q-, Y J - 1. - V, 1-. - - ,- -Se ,Q-fp--...-.-.-4--G ,,,.,. .,- . - I ,Y , 7 I 2 W c . c N . . ,Q , - 1 N . 1 . . . . . ,i Y 1 1,1 X --. .?11-v-ea-sa.-1r1,x:,1 5 2- :-K1-11-14.2-af - - N-isa' lv..-Qui-Q-.Qqlffq wifi 'B A . -.rs A 5 i J -:iff , -1- T'-1f y 1'-.-112 ---- 1 -l11::f1-ff-f-- s--- -1+1-11-f 1 ' 1 1 L- ' 11 1 11, 1 1 1l1 ,...1 '-A--we 11 -1 -' ' 1 . -' i 115 1' 1' Ai -1 l l I I 1 1 i l i . 1 i 4 , f ,Ei wg: Fi' i ' me S CI1iO1' Class ELIZABETH JEAN BICLEOD .... . . . . . . . . Lexington, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR A.B. Vast of Annual Plays, '20-'21, '21-'323 Press Representative Stagecrafters, '20-'213 President Stagi,-crafters, '21-'22, Associate Editor "Crimson Rambler? '20-'21, '21- ':Z: Vice-Pnsiflent of the Sophomore Class, '20-'Zig Class Basketball Team, '20-'21, Y. XV. f', A. Cabinet, '20-'21, '21-'22, '22-'23: Junior Editor of "Crimson", 'Zig Delegate to Blue Ridge. 'Ely Editor-in-Chief of "Crimson", '23. "The girl fwlm is mos! fwortlz fwlzile is llze girl fwho can smile fwllen things go dead 'LUl'07Zg.H 'tlbby" is a rare combination of efficiency and frivolityg whatever she does she does well, yet no one can enter more heartily into fun-making than she. She is the best pal ever, she who can be most serious and eflficient when occasion demands, yet a gay, delightful friend to all of us. XVLLLARD RENO SHEPHARD . . . . . . . . . . Bardstown, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR B.S. Sgfgremry nf tha- Y. M, C. A., '21-'223 Baseball, '21-H225 Football Manager, '223 Busi- ness Manager "f'rimson". '21-'Z3: Book and Bones, Lampasg President Lampas, '22-'ZZQ President of Athletic Association, '22-'23g "T" Clubg S. A. T. C., Uni- versity of Kentucky. 191N. W "In their merits, modest men are dumb." "Qhep" is a genius at managing things-football teams, annuals, sisters, and the like. "If you want anything done well, take it to 'Shep'," is a common motto of the campus. In athletics, as in all -'eg t1z.ings,Vhe has always shown the right spirit. iq 1 e- V i I, 'WI' V av2,V,, 2 fue. 7 i i K fa V '1 -1 5 ' 1, " "1 , 'M' 3 "" , Qt 131: W, 5- A-i . i-.'.-U -.-4- Q V ' . 1-1.1, -5- 11114.-, .1.,..i,,,..4.J....1,1..a,!.z..,l.J,..z..fs..a..L.1,,..l.ui-,,:..,'.,.., .,,.g ,f A .X N X 1017-l Ei. if-E. LL S' n 4 .Qmsisfiwsfn:u'n:mn.u, f' ' ucv' -ei-un-wait - . " " 1 - i ' 1, '. ,Mil ii xwi ,E-, - i' of 1 -si .. i . . . i Illlllllllllllllll nw Ll- L" in H-4"'LQ -- 'e-- -I-Lai:-fly 'ini' -'-r-1 jf-Q: Wfb' '-1 'Mil -Y ,,,, ,. ,, V .. . --- 7 7 -A---A ff... W- A-..-.-.. .-- -,-etf, . , Y,,,,,h ,ir v- , 777: 3: 1 o '5' Fife . ,ll Zjl 41 5' .f v 4 ,- Il" l l SCI1iO1' Class Ri5o1x.x Rees joxns . .......... . Lexington, Kentucky f'.XNllIDA'l'lC l"Ull ,X.T3. Y. XY. V. A.: Y. XY, V, A, Vnliin--1, 'jilg Sing--vi-nI'li'rs: Assistant Art liililor oi' 1 "1'l'ilI1Soll" '!!: .XVI Iielilor of "1'l'i111son", 'Sill Illll'l't'l2iSS lizislcvtlrztll. '21 l - ".lll f'0lIIfPflIlll'!llJ Io hcl' arf Irilff Sin' Inu zldorrrs lrfl and riyllff' If you happen to be a friend of Reginzfs, you are indeed in luck, for no one can do quite so much for a friend as she. She likes to have her way, just as most girls do, but at heart she is thor- V . oughly unselfish and lovable. Her talents are many, and as Art Editor of the CRIMSON, she has been a wonder. 1 PJ: 1 Q l,, li' l JOSEPH Ceoeyco . ............ Village Lyachooka, Russia A .. t,'ANUIDA'1'lE FOI! .X,B. li V 9 V- Fonthnll, '21-'!!: Cust ol' Annual Play. 'HIL Stl1gl'C'I'lll'tl'l'Si I'i-rivleag XYushinglon 115. iAKI'I'fJi7I,Q m'1'rla5ting1y al il brings 511cer'ss." Ilirlhwlay S1n':uliei'g lVl'illHl'lf'2ll Vontvst, '23, .. x i .ST- II ,,,. i i Pluck and persistence have put "joe" where! he is todayg and since you can't down a fellow wilili A these two qualities, we are expecting big things of "joe" some day. He has a very good mi , Q which delights in philosophic meditation. "Joe" does like to argue and to ask questions-b-ffl how is one to learn otherwise? 'Q ,." , Liss. 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X r is tijf, f Egg 1 3 1 5211 L 1 l ,J gi gl ll ,l 'il iz E 1 1 i E i ' l 5 l P 4 r A If 1 E . , ,, . .. ,:,.We,:Meff,,,:, ,,,1izi,: 1,1 Law -. f.-ff if: .-Milli J l '4 H, , .,. , ,W , A, ,, ,N u,.......,...,?..,-c. ,.,. ..,. .., ,...- ..,....i..-...,- ...-, 1 X yt' wif 1 . . , 7 SCI'1iO1' Class RL'BY' CLOYD . ......... . Lexington, Kentucky f'ANDiDATE Fon AB. Alpha lrf-lta Th'-ta: Y. XV, V, A.: Y, XY. f'. A. Vabini-t, '20-'22-'233 St11gk'C'l'H.lilGl'SQ Liluf- Iliflge Dielf-Quite, '21g ,-'kl'llll5Ilf'L' Day P1'ogi'ain, '21, "Dm'olfd, generous, void of guilv, and fwilfz luv' fwfmlr fll'ClI'f'5 fwvlromf in ffm' 5111ilc'." Ruby really one of the "dearest" girls in school. If you are in trouble and want the aid of Z1 sympathetic and unSelhSh friend, look for Ruby. She is very conscientious as a student-in fact, everything that Ruby does is sure to be done well. JOSEPH RICHARDSON LANE, JR. ........ . Pocahontas, Nlississippi ruixnipmwz Fon AB, ' Kappa. Alpha: Bas:-hall T1-am, '20-'Zig Ser-re-tary ot' the "T" Club, '29 E -l "Things are going lo fzapprn-fwlzy fwnrry? E j Efvrrylhing mums lo hzm fwfzo waits-why hurry?" Q: Yyhere, O where, is there another like "Joe"? Through his three-year stay with us he has been E 1 a'large part of the campus life. His drollness, humor, and amicable qualities have endeared 4 l "Shotgun" to all of us. VVe hope that Mississippi will favor us with many more like A'-l0e". V-fgi " if ' -as-1? "M ., 1 pigs? E ff 'r ,A 5 29 l'--, VL .- ...Zi , if 'f '- 3 "fx l F-53-M , 'gd 3 is 5 -lf or o c wc psig 4 A ,A V J B V, X, 4 fi L? !,T,,,,-,.,.-, .. ,, . up 7 , ' "1 ."' 4 "M" .V .2-f""V--c--fr-',2-rr'-:"fFw'f'p-'ffivrm-swf-7'+',f-ffey k ' -.-..-........f-.G---M..-,,-,v,. ,,n..f...z.l..f'.J,.a...f..z..2..2..,4i.,Z..Qz.54i.ia.fLnfz,,ioral, ,rj Q .,.,,. 'W 1 ' finl FN X I K 1 ,.., , - .- -w,:f.1-...-.4,,..74-f--.---,vys w ff. .n-we--ge..--W-ag-as Tff '-chori '2"'1 711 3 if A- 517 - - Qt- ff - --, - -f. V ..... 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Tln Iadu: lnazfn 111155 lllrm Lennert deserted us during his sophomore year, but returned to complete his work with us. Al though a very loyal Transylvanian, he finds Georgetown College quite attractive for some reasoii He is noted for his excellent taste in decorating for any kind of gala occasion l .. i i S :Q . 8 i P .i Q g ! 1 ,U ! P. A. -Q ' I gl 1 9 Q P i Q Q xulwl 1 f""'1'v .ff I f' 'F' 've'-"Br 'H l'l'.l'.ll 0 0 ' LA.,-LL-LLM ....e................... P, ! 9 Q i 9 9 ! 9 5' i it PI , g . E7 H , q t K4 9 i :N L AA' t . i ll . If 1 WY-,l,TvW,iV WY Y 7 YYYW WYYWHYTHW Y W? ' 4 za r .- I Q O T ig ll l .W ! . 1 l f- Q 5 ' Q s. f .iv Q l W O 1'.XNlllll.X'l'I'I FUI! .X.B. ll Q , - Y. XY, 4', .X.1 Y, XY. 1', .X. l':ilvinu-I, 'Zip X" -I--l'1' -with-nl Y. XV. V. A., '2Tl1 Jcl Hill , V ln lilui- lliilgv l'llllX'l'llllUll, '!!: ldililor ol' "'1"' lc, '22'!Z!g 1'rc.:' -1 o' .' I-nt ' Hoxw-rllnu-nl, 'Z "s'rims ll" Ct: U. ,Q Hg-1., f' fi 1 H11 if . I . . ,, Q , 1 , h , . Ei 3 'n V . .I I She can make straight "Ak", plan HY" programs, run the Student Government, work for the S' - - n l i 9 l P l Q, , . ! O ' . 5 t'.x.'1,i11i,x'1'i-: If las. ,i 6 ,M . I'hi Vhig I'iix'--rsity ul' ': sas, '2Z1 St: "--1' -rs: ' A-' 1 3 4 ' . .. . re '- . .- . . , I i A. 4 .Q ,, 4 A , ill 41, Q Q. M 9 . , f!s,Y., :,iHiili E! ' 1 .liaifii . ! , " ' l A ll--ln H Q 0 Q-cr A ' iv 1 ' i l - '1 it 3 A- 5 ' r 1. F V ,...,...y-.i . A 4 to 3 . Xl " t 9 e 7' e t' - 2 'Tet ! 1 , igeiiwi mi Y .N ' A Y iw--Q V A Y 1 .1 A, uv., ,,,,t..a.-I A -'-M yr'-M e l jlj ,MLB A ig , ,.,,,4,e,,v.,,,,-,,.l,.9..'. 1.9. of V - a..,...-...-...- ...W . - lliiiil iiifdijifii f . . 1 - A FI 1 51,5 I f'r2ffI'f3i, :QT . : ,..A ...--.g,..., as , -...,... . 1- i J i'i'i'1gt.pf i.,.l"i. l 'iw 1 E f A ' -:sea 1 l l l l 1 l l il -1 L '4 I l 1 liiclass iii r ' . iii BIAYNIE RENXEDY REED. . tl I . 1 .... . . .Carl1sle, Kentucky 2' , . r'fiK1D1DATE Fon A.B. 'H Y. KV. f". A.: Y. XV. f". A. Cabinet, '235 Delegate to Blue Ridge, '22g PEl'iCl02lj ii: Student Volunteer Band. I I 5. "Tim joy of youllz, liar cyrs display, 71 .ind eau' of lmart her c-very loolr forlfueyf' gg "Kenny" is a conscientious worker and the authority on biology and art. She enthusiastically tells E! of wonderful moonlight rides on the river, of midnight feasts, and of all that pertains to dear old ' 3 Camp Daniel Boone. Lyons Hall will miss "Kenny, her spontaneous laughter and instructive lll T Q FV C -I fb V17 ca :: :J- fb :r U3 4 5. T' I ll XVILL mo Tuoxms CARTER Ixansas City Missouri V ANDIDATE TOR 4 B 1 apps. Xlpha Pool-c '1nf1Poncs Iampa X VI C A C bi tt 2 Pres: :nr f ltss Footb ill B tskethall President Pfm Hellenic Coun f I half made zl a raclzn' lo put all my fuorrzes dofwn zn llze bollom of my heart, than szl on the lzd and .vmzle ' ill has had a no ld of experience, which includes a trip to France A E FD but prides h self more on his p esent status with the vsomen He IS just a grown up kid who believes that cvcgrthi gjssl tgrnput all right He is the best handler of small boss in the state if 4' 13, wif X K ' A01 6 1 I I N. l Q I z, l 4 ,ang .Q X- 2 4? ,I - I 1 S A , 1 J! l V - I l nrdotdo 'f"' f"""?jgp! ,Q ,- ff -jg Qfw L'fA .AE -0 xunmgh i-Jian as. sha- , . . x . 4 .' A A . A 4 n - 1 Q n 1 u 4 n a u . y ,I I F . . . V ff- , , V ' ,' I" K, , . 1 J L , -.1 , .sg '. 1 . '. . Ya n', ' 2-'231 '- I W, '- fl- .Iunifr f'z:.'g 2 , 'ZZQ 2' , 'Zig ' , . - " - 1 1 - sil. 'ZIL If J H A . . ' . . . I 1 . . U ,L .l . 4 . ,, A . V . . . 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Maysville, Ixentucky s g fx DIPXI rn XI E, '.NIl,"lf:1-' :.,z. ' "Thy modrsly IJ a family to iffy m1'ril." , . . . . .. . . . 5 Izlmer is a genial good friend to all, although he is somewhat shy and retiring. All his life he l 'Q has heen trying to decide this and that. Ile attended several colleges hefore coming to the Con- - 9 clusion that Transylvanizl was the hest of all, and now he spends many hours trying to decide lg : upon a profession. Q l O it :Q Q ,. Al w Y 3 F I CH,xR1,Es GRANT Ron . ........ . . . Helena, kentucky ig 5 J",-XNIJIIJ.-X'1'li I-ml: .x.B. Q "For .mliludf 50lll1'fill1I'5 is basl sorirly, and l'ffil'f'lI1I'll1 urges 5-'wrfl return." X pry . . . ""' l To look at Charlie one would think that he is always as solemn as a judge. Few have learned Q - Q to know him well, hecause he is so reserved and retiringg hut once the ice is broken, one finds l him full of wit and wholesome fun. l F 3 or tg all - 5 5 lf r lfea .' N 1 V-' " ,apo ' .ri . L " 0 Mr !.A 1: '5 32 - Fimllleg 'ia il 5ilf'.lfP:g2' ,f Alu? if ,fi-.-1' , , , -- --1'-.,! YY-, V K--- Tfm..s,f X 'f?Ej??g7fr? at V Y - Y -Wu i -'...,,,,.......- ,,...,....Y,.'...Ew.+,, Q ' , ' ' ow-1, W'-'efiffpf re- . f y ' 'gg 'F!-!.,:j.,,5,3f!',,:Q,3'glg:g!5i. gfd ? 4'H.eL,---, - .- - -Y. Wh- -A-- '----S-' ' E A I.. I 1 ,Qi im, , U 5-4 an ,ze if ' I -Apu. 'u . , -gf I -1.--..-me-4:i,f.f.s ra-s:1LL-,A--av-s.-Q-::,eq -5-wa 1 :sr--5'-vi-if-Q I--f---Ei-5f5i,:.1,:.q.,.KA - -.5 -.-- f- vl5.g..,s,---fri,--N -.- p X ' - . " . 1 J 1 . ,, 1 , i , .V-,. - ...M ..... 1 ' - -- ' 1 Kaye t..s.i1.ex:..te:,-r.-.s.AQ:t..eefx.sS.t.p.'4Q,,s,fee-,.,Q ,,,V ,N-1 I , i , t- F3 7 , .2 f Ll: ,I V Y 1 Y .ai .-.VA '-. vi. .,. .,- ....- ,::.L - 1:4 Y, 71. ,Y g,g,,,3,,,,, --. -- .ix ' .V 4, ,"N : fs- e f - ess, fwe-We -sffswese e , V. ta., . to . ,t i 5 - V Q , V l 1.5 ' " ' 5 ' V - Q gi, - Q I ' v ' a . I ,. ' a SCI'll.OI' C1855 CHARLES Claws Tuoxipsox . , ........ . jackson, Mississippi CANDIDATE FOR A.I3. Kappa Sigma: Ale-pli Tlit-ta Zn-1 Bethany tfollvge. '1Tf'15lg Millsaps College, '20-'22 "His fyfx fwrrf' with his hfart, and that fwas far afwayf' Charles is a jovial, accommodating fellow, who may count everyone his friend. He hails from the old Southland, and, like a true Southerner, helieves that the South is indeed a blessed landg he loves its old traditions-and everything. FRANK REYNOLDS ........ . . Pikeville, Kentucky rf.xNn1DATiz Fon AB, mskiiiimii, no-'11-'ze-'zrzp Basfibaii, '21-'zz-'12, Fsfiumii, 'zzg HT" Club. ",tIllhough hit foliage roursf fwas sleep, Earh day he look nine hours to firm." 'When "Pike" Hrst came to T. U., he thought Pikeville was the center of the universe, but he has almost lived that down. lfle can do anything from starring in athletics to bluffing the profs. if , , s. . qs, I ,H A 3 , ty it U x . 3 3 ' , fx. J x .3 - 'ir j,l - f-f if if f -3- , ' , W , W 3 , -T 1 4' 4"L5?i'4 ffivf-4' I-Y--5'-fs,--12 Q - ,.-Q,'f- .Q 7 " I QgiQY,?.',, Q, . 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A.-L ' , !??f 4 , I x - t - dill: N., 'T ff. sjgg - r "'?E?5i: .1 i l j iii, .. to " 21L"., ' A A , M uh, W , , V A Y ,,,,,v,,,,, W LQ, 4, ,.:.:.. ,. .b.2-,....l,.w, We 1 ,Sn . , , M--. ,..- " - ll I ll ll llllll , lll ll l, ll l Ill I ll l l lllllll lllllllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllillllifllmililllllllllll 7o64,., Zfivwf 4 Uflzd CIIIOI' RSS I III xlariu ll ms Pine Bluff Arkansas X 2 s X I iff I I IIIHNUII N itl Iffn vb 'LLIH fall yt 110115 lmfu. sln ull! falkfu llelen is small of stature and most youthful in appearance. ller keen sense of humor and friendly smile have greatly helped to brighten our college days. Some say that she is the wittiest girl in sehool, while others say she is the biggest ehzitterhox, hut we think that she can lay claim to both distinctions N Ill? I ll! PAO-liI?NG M,xo . ........... . Luchowfu Anhui China NDID X111 l f llllll i 4 Q r w 1 S matrix thinasf Studinl Association sr . x... gl mans good fllaradfr is tht' fuorlds rommon lrgary Although Mr. Moa prefers the Chinese girl to the American flapper, we really believe that likes us quite well. XVe trust that he will take away from our college ideals that will end the institution to him throughout his life ll li .. is 7 'W' lil!!! :. 'gsilr-' 38 1.-. - 11? L -,-an ' g-:A--W ' -" ' '-'-1- P9911 ,... .., , P , l ' U . I '1 l Af F .u.., I l ,!4. E ! X , ',1'?g.-l . I , 4 . I es' HIT'--' , :..+:y-f-113-z f-.v- .-. -f,-.-.s-v,- 5,,?,-.Y,,?,,Q,.,7E-59.9, U . I, - ' i..L.......v...--w-q,-,+,..5. .--.., -. .,, . ' ' ' ' F' L-:-T-F--S--war-'35 ::5:4:-fi-tk,-e.i:1L?'i'k-5:1 5.Q.f 5 :":'i, 'Q' Y - 7 - L wnywx-- --., .. -n.,t-.a,g,e,Q..,g,..,..of We - 'ft ... QL: fi . 7 . . ll ii R it l, ri l l -i 54 li ,. l il l 1 l gl l 1 5 - ,i I- . . x Q - , x x JA, ' 0 5 v e SCHIOI' Class ' CEL.-XDYS IDE.-XNE TILTON . .......... . Ghent, Kentucky VANIJIDATE F4111 A.B. file-fl Vlub, 'III-'31, '21-'22, '23-'ZIIQ Marist,-tcm' G11-Q Vluln, '22-'23i: Stzipgec-1'aftc1'sg Y. XV. f'. A.: Y. XV. ff. A. l.'2llJlY'l4fY.. 'Zig Sturlf-nt Gov:-rnme-nt Vouncil, 'Z33 House Prfzsiflent. 'ISL "Thr light of lofvf, Ihr purity of grafr, 1 The mind, thf musif, hrratlzing from hm' faux" l I How many times have our hearts been gladdened and our nerves been soothed by her beautiful voice! Truly Gladys has sung her way into our hearts. Besides a lovely voice, she possesses a most charming personality and a very good mind, which she knows how to put to use. Ronem' DEPAUW Poweu, . . ..... . . . . . Lexin ton Kentuck 1 ' KXXNDIDATE FOR A.B. Kappa Alpha: Lampasg Book and Rom-sg Footlmll, 'lil-'Hg Bztski-tball, '20-'23: 5, Vaprain Iiaskfethall, '33-'zilg Basf-hall, '20-'ZLIQ f'IllJl?l.ll'l Hazsze-ball, 'Zig President 2 Sc-niur Class: llurton r'Iub: Vir'e-President Morton Vlubp Prvsidcnt Pan-Hellenic i' tfuunfzil, 'JEL Stuflent Rr.-lwrffsr-ntative Athle-tiff Board, 'ZZ-'23, 1 "Friend and student, compounded 1-with mirth and fun, and, withal, a man." i 1 lf ob" is one of the most likable fellows we have ever known. Never boasting, always jovial d unruflled, he has gone through a college filled with friends, activities, and honors. Some of 1 ' U9 are incline tojiew this au fust ersona fe with awe but we all call him our friend. ,I ,hm , L, P fs , in I- ' V W" 1 lg - ' ' . i fe ' , , 'gf u'.,,, "-E, gg 5 1 e 52, 35 . fl lil! - l' if ii V Vifyiih-' -- . ,K W V Q . H Y: :ijt ' If .......w. . .....-.- .. ..,... ....,,.-a.... tm-. . , . . ,. .v w WT " ' ""-""' f- -- Q , -. " ,iv-fr-4 1- 'V ,--,K-' 13 11 I ' ee e A.un.QA:o'.l:-:A nzo i f f . "f" 'f1 -i,.?ff'Qg, --Q... S6I'llOI' Class Cii..xm's XY.Xl,l,.XNlJlNCH.XNl Sian' ......... . Salvisa, Kentucky V.XNlYllliX'l'l'I I"4lll .X.l1. Nl. .X. S, li.: Y. XY. V. .Mg Slziul-4-i':itl-is. Sm-1-4-tn1'y ol' Sl:ip.u-1-r:lI'lvl's '31 .Xnnual l'I:i5, 4:91 .Xnnuzaul l'I:u5. 121. ".l11.i lfrr prrliy lrnkx flllllff an luv' lwflzfvlri' likr ll gnltfrn flzwf, and many .IILYIIIIJ mmf' in qzlrsl nf fl1'I'.H Gladys is a lovalwle, dainty little miss who delights in everything that has fun in it. She is never happier than when "tripping the light fantastic toe", or planning a party. VVe think that Gladys would he very successful as an interior decorator, since her artistic ahility, as if hy magic, can transform a most unattractive place into one of heauty. . XVll.l.l.XAl IS. M. IDEDNLXX . ........ . Laufenceburg, Kentucky 4'.XNIlllP.X'l'l'I l"UlQ .X,Ii. l'l1i lizippn 'Vamp lfootlmll. 'Ill-'23lg Vgiptalln ol' lfnotlialll 'IH-um. 'SJIQ Si-t'l'1-lzil'y and 'l'1'--zisluw-i' ol' l,:imli:is, '32-'!2Sg lioolq and lion'-S: S"l'l'l'l2ll'j' ul' Vluh. '20-'BIZ Iwi-it-Ima. llznslwtlmll, '23-' 'lp 'l'l'1'z1st1i1-i- ol' the Junior Vlass: .Joint l'll2lll'lll?lll ol' St-nior Vlasst-s. 'II-'::Z. 'llnd l"l'Il his failings Ivan Io Q'ir!u1".r side." "Bill" is one of these quiet and unassuming fellows who have little to say until they are given a good start. VVhen it comes to athletics, "Bill" is right thereg he is an all-round good fellow, liked hy all who know him, and impresses us as having all the qualities that make for successful life. .- 36 ...l--.y,.- ...- 4-' A ja f i -a Tl - while. ln these few months we have come to admire her for many lovable traits of character. I J' 1 I 1 3, ,, . ?I'-TZ.-wi., ,J--j-5-5-fp-1 ,-,fff T 3,1f-3-1--:ff-5?2,113-.i,,.ff.2 .-Y--,gj-., Q., X Q1-5-Y-ft?-flag-gf'-.-gf ---f ,-. -- -- - M.. 1. . 1:4- 'V '-'N -'i:l:54,?',Q.f5'T fT::2:'V,1331143-ii-QEf:'::ii5:12rf?:+b5?5ir? 9:3293-E-?4fc9Byf f--. 1 iw 4- A- ? l 17 W "' - ' ' 1 ,,4,,'K- - , ' I,,.,...r-2.-, E,--,551 I-st 2::12..as1s,---:ll-f1-s---V -----w--Y-WW-,Q--wi:-,4 - . ...-, r, - -, 'L 1 1 ., W ' - :YE ,axial la-,Zi 1 ss.-5 - -. a Y ,f , -mf ---A 74,lL,if,,4- - - ,.1.,,,-,...f-a 1 M--. ,Y ,Y V ... 1 - ' , - : lx 1 2 , 1 X - N ,xx Y Y l ' ei 3 ,J 0.1-. , 4 . 'J l 4 . Q 1 l 1 l I . l l E Q , . . Al f 1 1 F l SCHIOI' Class i l if GERTRUDE Meera . .......... . Franklin, Kentucky o Q f'.xND1I,mA'r1z wuz AB. Y, XV. C, A.: XYegste1'11 Kmittzvlcy 'l'L'1ll'll1'l'Sl lfollt-gc. tll1'r-as Q't,'2ll'S. : l ".I1z ilzlrllrd of fziyhzpvl fworlh, zz hrarl of puffs! idfafsf' - a Q Gertrude is another member of the group of students which joined us in our senior year. Her high intellectuality and gracious manner have made it a pleasure to have her with us this short l 3 .ALLEN REED Hema . ......... . Maysville, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOIL A.B. I i fn-atorif-al Voritest, 'zzz Pr'-sifl-"nt ol' Pwiclr-st, '22-'23g "T" l'1ulJg Football Team, qi '21, 'Zig Forum: Student Volunteer Bind: Vhairman of Honor Count-ll, '33. 3 A "lVoma1z is man'5 blfad of lifc, ani I am allways fzzuzgryf' 2 Allen has many enviable qualities, and stands high in the estimation of his classmates. He has -V A way of doing all things well that he thinks worth doing at ally also, a way with the fairer sex that few can boast of. He is one of the best-natured boys in school. 5 as .I V V :fbi :l V are p , 1 , . '9 ff ' , , w ,ggi I I ,P-fiflf fir-ff. ,, A ,r li- '. 1 . V 'I 7,1 97 4.'lLi' A J ' Riff. 5 . I i ' ,1- " X "I "" f' V , "' "' -ve-1-s' f te-.H - -.- f -1-4,-.. . A l s s- 1- , .1 , s+a5Lf5Zf2'QZf'.:L'E1',E'. f J I i1,aE:.--:"--K'-e-f-- 'e-'-f-- 1---V '-- - - -W-. . .V .-ues: vice L i.,-. ,,s.rfL 5 i - -...Y 1 4. -----F-'M f. .!...n-n-...4,s,.. l i l l l i l i, ,.,.., , ,, , ,i, 1 M 1 l SCIliO1' Class PM Lixi-3 H ifrizx CNSSIIJY . ........ . . Nicholasville, Kentucky l'.XNllllLX'l'lC FUR .X,ll. Yi XY, V, A.: lizimlnlu 111111-gn. "Thr rliiftlfxl 111anm'r5, and lln' ffl'llfll'5f l1rarI." Behold the embodiment of Kentucky hospitality in Pauline! Very unfortunate is that student who has not at some time in liis or her college lite been a guest in her home. VVith her quiet and gentle ways., she has endeared herself to all. C. N. BARNETTE . .......... . Lexington, Kentucky l'.XNlUllP.X'l'l'I Fflli AAU, l'lii ilfilllllil Tuug Y. M, V. A,: Slil1.1'1'i'l'2lI'l4'l'S. "Trail: from his lips f7I'I"ZJlli!J fwillz doulzlr' molly." Barnette decided that married life was more desirable than a college degree, and accordingly abandoned his college career. Later he decided that Transylvania was a pretty good place to be, though married, so journeyed back to join us this year. He takes his profession as a minister seriously, and will doubtless make good. 1 8 . 3 ,, . A., . . - V ,A , --.A Q., .,,, . - .- ,, si Y i l v 'Q -IQ - ve ,S . .-as-Q -ga-...I llllh-Q. l J H 1 I Inn s i ofmciinauesnau sneor gy fvfeffeefrgf-Q - 4: Nfl I ' K Q lf! ? ,'!,.' - A llnlililillilli , , , ,W ,, If , 1 F. I i I . D 7, l I fgv l I -. I 4 so so rj SJ Ye, SCI'liO1' Class RUTH BIEEK SANDERS . . ..... .... . . . Franklin, Kentucky e 'fl FANDIDATE FOR AB. il Y. YV. fi A.: YVQ-str-rn Kentucky Teach+-rs' College, thine yr-ars, in f' "Of noble mind, sfrfne and kind." To find an ideal friend is often not an easy task, but many of us this year have found one in Ruth. VVe are sorry that she did not earlier join the Class of '23. Wonderfully sympathetic, sincere, brilliant in mind, reserved, and womanly-such is Ruth. il , XVILLIAM DULEY OGDON . ..... . .... . Toledo, Ohio ' VANDIDATE FOR A,B. - 3 Lambda f'hi Alphag University of Michigan, three years. . -1 "There are daggffrs in 1ncn'.v .vmilesj A gi, 1 Don't f-worry-his are only Cupidk arrofwsf' His amiable disposition, charming smile and unsurpassed courtesy make him a favorite on any fccasion. His ability to make and hold friends has assured his popularity on 'the campus. arting his college career late at Transylvania, he has in a short time made himself very much Q home here in our midst. l f . i X U ?r3xA X. :JL .A . if-ff I " ll f 39 , 253, N 1 .1 Q X 'Ja 4- -an-191' 1r4v'f"f"T3f""'H-r'3'v-yr' ry"-'F-'7-r flip-v-FF?-fm-Tyqfy ,V-7-,-gf-,fps ...H Asif , mromro ozawwovo i lf of fl xv, -. -:L -, A e , ,..-ew 'L - t Y rm, -, VY-Y, Y. - ash. 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FRYER NI.-X'I'I'IIE IVIAE GLASS CIIORPI XV IXINCIIIIOI VV IZERNET1 ROACH Imu RIOPP I lvmx O ROBRRIQON Crlrsla II LOVINC' MAURICE I' SEM HXRRIII S Lows Lows B SHACKFLFORD DORO111x L MCCOxxr1L FHOMASJ SIIEPARD Dfusx MCLN 'IHFLMA N SI-IEPHARD, jrfxxlnla I' OVNENS EIMUND H TAYLO JR I BL'R'I' V. l'I.XI,BER'I' MARINA P PURDY J Mx RON VVOOLERY : M V. H Q ' R , R. R ES D W 9 xxxxe LEJLZEE V Jwlrlzgg A'ILIFFE IiA M, 9 , . . . . wap- .I . .Iv . E S l O E If 1 ,-"":' -uh is V I ' " . . r - . . - ...-. -'-..-up -.4--..-..,-I-., . - .1-. .. -. c.. A I Y I J! - ff:1,, Wall' K lg lg. . f1"F 251' - :SIT IEI ' ks QI' . M1 . I2 Cui as KISIEXIE NR.-XY .... . P' . ' ' VAX" C. . Q ..... ' ' IJ . ,- . 'II . 1.0 . .' ..... '-' If: . . 'II " JM' In. atxx' . . . . . ' " I ' I If ' U . II" Il 1 -I If ' I .I ' .. .s ' ., I In wg . If If ' I f I: Q, . lx Y ,g '- In I 'I LI II If I' ' " . .-1 II . ..,.. .... ...T,,',..f,.,.,...fI V II g .1 ' gn . z .1 . . 1. 2 . ' Fi YV . V ' 1 , - , II .. g.: R. 4. ' . .. L. . 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BREIIvvEI,L, C'HARI.O'I'IE BKKRIS, I5I.IzARE'I'II C.-YMPnEI.I., Nl-Ql,l.lE CIIILIIERS. ROITI. LEON DIXKLE, PANSY PISNSIL IJODIJ, JAMES O. EOOLEN1.-IN, JAMES C. EI.LIO'I"r, l'NA BELLE FITHI.-XX, JOSEPHINE CEARRO1 'I, J.-xs. PE NIJLHITJN GAY, VLIIOMAS GIPI-I.E, QQLADYS flRL'BBS, DOROTHY l'I.YII.ER, FOIYIN B. llOO'I'NI.xN, I-fIII'I'II L. lfEI,l.ER, RLl'lll'l EO l.,.Yl'llR.XM, JESSIE LAYSON, lYlARCL'ERl'Ili LOWE, lNlARY VVALLACIQ lxlClVlL'R'lRY, RICHARD lvl.-XRTIX, FLORENCE MAIIIER, LOUIS H. NIAY, GLAOYS lVIOL'X'l'JOY, ALICE L. NIURPHY, JOHN L. NEVVKIRK, BECKHAM OMER, PAUL PHILLIPS, ROBERT J. POVVELL, ALERI-:O G. RATLIFF, CARROLL E. RAY, MARVIN REEO, MABEL H. ROBERTSON, HUGH M. SABEL, JOE E. SHL7S'I'ER, MONROE SMOOT, ELLEN M. ..,.-'-. :N .. SWEENEY CORININI THOMPSON, RYAN VANSANT, LEWIS L VVALLACE, SUSAN VVEBBER IDA MAX VVESSELMAN J. 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ACTIVE CHAPTER DAISY MCLIN GLADYS GIPPLE GLADYS IVIAY ELIZABETH BURRIS RUBY CLOYD - LORRAINE CI.oYn ANN LUxoN REGINA STANFIELD FRANCES Coozc PATRONESSES MRS. VV. C. BOWER MRS. R. L. MCQUARY Mxss MYRNA BoYcE PATRONS I 1 v 4 NO Nl 1- - - 1 , 1-" . - I 1 2 . , 4 -" 1 - -Z -- I 4: i I 1: ui - .1 .- ' 'f i R 41 -1 . Ii, V V - - A- -: ' 4 1 , S I 1: I . I- 41 I . r Q : L 11 - . A 4: . i ' D i - 42 . 4 1' - fi 2-" P 4 1 1 v 1 1' -1 - 4 2. 1 r gg I . i ' P 42 I nun . Q11 X V - 42 I . I tml . I I I I I I I- ' ' II IIIIIII IIIIII IIIIIIIIIII II II II IIIII I IIIII IIIIIIIII III II IIIIIIIIIII I IIIII1 ' III IIIIIIIII 'II I IIIIIIIII III III Il Y v w V w - v -4 - v 1 - v v v - - 5 w v - v v - v I - ' v q v - y - 1 v -' 1. -0. , , 10.01 Y TC QQ D . AlflflAQUA',Q,lAOIljIl,lAO,O,C,Q,Cgl1O,l,l1l,,CAQOj,Q,O,l,O1l.lIQ,lgl,l,O O,llOOllOlOlCl DR. T. B. INIACARTNEY DR. A. F. HEMENWAY PROF. W. C. BOWER C l'l' ,Q H I' I' . 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I3 Coaffz 'sl" 1I 1 V, 'mm mEE,ll If fgYXh, -.- -- n If mu inm ilmnmunmum ummmnlmulmuummlummul unllue: jiigii D.l""C "" 'A' 'ii ' "' ""' ' ' ' U U575iiAb0'060O6000'olo0'o'oJozo ob'c'o'o'o o'o'q'q'q'u as Ql9Z3f 32 K E - 395 1 ah ii- :O 153 p :H SE g E! L WILLARD SHEPHARD, Manager IE , 'A BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY gg If Edgar A. Guest had written, "It takes a heap QS E of workin' to make a manager", he could have ded- EQ 5 ' icated the poem to "Shep", Whenever any man on ,E the squad wanted anything, from a dab of iodine il to a lower berth on the sleeper, "Shep" produced EQ. gi. 1 it. He gave all his untiring efforts to the welfare . of the team and its men. E5 li l Ei il E5 fl Qj- CAPTAIN W1LL1AM DEDMAN, CENTER 55 l i iam: Zero? W - LAWRENCEBURG, KENTUCKY : , ' "Fightin' Bill", playing his third year for the E! ES ' Crimson, proved himself a true leader of the Pio- ll A neers. His consistently hard and heady work was Ei Q. . T , 'f ,, ' an inspiration to the other men on the team. "Bill" 3 'L played in the line and the backfield, but he was in -.gl f his glory when in the midst of the tackling, backing :'. ,N I A Z gg, , up the line on defense. 3 Q lflii OIC fb io Q l A , , E2 I l -A .gr ' Ei 'C l El C 4 R VVILLARD CARTER, Guard EQ lj I T KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI E! 11 : ' gl Although this was his first year of football, "Bill" EQ girl A picked up the game with surprising ease. As a E! f- ' i guard he demonstrated, in the first games of the 3 Q3 season, that lack of experience was all that was ' - il missing in his football make-up, and his playing EQ K 151: I was always on a par with that of the opposing lines- E Q E man. E A 1 - 1 T A13 s ERCIL FRYER, Guard l i FALMOUTH, KENTUCKY -'1' ' gf' Big and rangy, Fryer has the build for an ideal - linesman. This was his first year of varsity foot- E ff ball, but his playing showed few signs of any lack E of experience. He played an unusually good game 'ft I on defense, and was a hard man to run plays over. E! He ought to be a stone wall next year. e -- -ED , 9 V' l -'SP 115 E! ...ij BOYD Doouzv, Tackle Eg, Q jg I FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY Ei if -in 2 D' ru 3 FP D' ru E. N 'G CII 2 no -1 ro n B. FC' Q- O 4 ru -x F5 'J' 93 1 ru VI UC 2 . Q- rn C!! Il Li fi of the line, the backfield usually found a hole big E D enough for a wagon. Dooley could be relied upon Q N to "take out" any linesman on the opposing team, and 8 ,L was as solid as a stone wall on defense. He playe E! at i ffl' an entire game with a broken wrist-and then he 1 E:-' , ' . . Q ,IL stopped 'em. I 1 H 1 T 1 Ei 33 . , lg ,f Ei Q5 K -- T S EQ s f s c. Y' T T l V 102 5 5 RM 5 ' f 7.5! ? Q 5 ,ery . i 1 . 4' me . . ,A V r A: ' i ' ' it effemeeee-e-A so ee-as eeefe -e-skewer"-ee-ere' A seg, get sg- U llllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll . ill 5,5 A-is ffvf fe ' ' Q il C -. -CT v v Q , K :--- H - '- 'oo 44 . ...ao Ofcfaretozogq,n,nge.ujgjp9.o:9,q:o:o:o.0.o:oro.o:o.o.o:otQ:o.o.o.o.o. . . e "P-' ' ' P. P. R P, 8 . . Q ! Q M R 9 2 I 4 9. R 9. 9, Q 94 .Q 9,1 P.. 9. P. Pg 9, 94. Q, T 31 M R Q. S Q, il I i . 3 1 .A I Q . Q T V 1 ' I ,I F I ' 1 -L4 l Q ! E 9. .Q IME E E SE E E 3 I5' 3 Q Q EL. E le ul 1. in l lr :E FS CAPTAIN-ELECT RYAN THOMPSON, Quarter LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Again picked by many authorities as an all-state man, 'iPunk" attracted wide attention by his fast, clean playing this year. "The fastest man ever seen in Chattanooga", said the papers after the Pioneers' game there, characterizing Ryan's playing. He was most conspicuous in the Georgetown game, when he ended the season in a blaze of glory with a 4.5-yard drop kick which won the game. BURT HALBERT, End VVEST POINT, MISSISSIPPI It takes a pretty good man to fill two menfs places, but Burt demonstrated that it could be done during the entire season. Carrying the ball for needed gains on offense, and either getting the runner or spilling the interference on defense-each of these Burt did with his usual clean-cut and aggressive work. GILBERT XVHITE, Backfeld LEXINGTON, KE NTUCKY "Boll VVeevil" was unfortunate in being a can- didate for a position for which there were three men, but he played whenever called upon, with the dogged fierceness that characterized his athletic en- deavors. He will be a valuable man next year, and a player that will strengthen the Pioneers of 1923. ALLEN HUBER, Guard MAYSVILLE, KENTUCKY "Hubey" will always be remembered for the ac- curate fierceness of his tackles. Unable to play the entire season, Allan more than made up for the lost time when he did play. Huber was the living ex- ample of the fact that an absence of weight could be counter-balanced by an over-abundance of grit, demonstrated at the expense of the opposing team. 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His heady work was invaluable on defense, :Eli and few plays were run by the opposing team that "Bob" failed to "dope" before they got under way. :' i :,. . 1' , 2. T - 1 . una' - ' lf. 1 E! T ' igig JOSEPH CEDEYCO, Tackle LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ,Ql If there is any position on the team harder to X f Q, , I hold down than tackle, it's the other tackle, but Joe ' 155, played the position in a stellar manner during the 7' entire 'ear Bi d f f l "V dk " ld 3' ' -1 5 . g an power u, o a cou tear :Q 52 " ,f ' gaps in the other line, and was equally good at E! Q ?' 3 A M closing them when the opponents had the ball. te gl-V4 i -. - ff, . E Q 51 2121 E: Q. 3 ge ANDREW B. FOSTER, Halfback gg T EARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY SQ f ii l A clean, hard tackler and a clever blocker, "Beau- .,,. 4 Y mont" was a valuable man in the Crimson back- E-5 I, rl Q-I field. If there was a hole to be made in the line, li V .K a man to be boxed in on an end, or a long pass ,I l to catch, Foster could be depended upon to do E6 E.. Q Q K , whatever was necessary. His blocking was all-im- if 3 portant to the end runs-and was always forthcom- li fill mg' E2 lr- 9l E! ' -'fill W - as ELMER HLTBER, Guard Ed ij W A , , , .EQ L., Ki , MAX SVILLE, KENTUCKX E! 'i If l This was "Big Hubey's" first year as a varsity 5. ily man, but he soon became one of the steadiest, most 4 ,gqf 4 dependable men on the team. He was a good man E! EQ for opening holes in the opposing line, and his de- . 33, fense work was almost Hawless. He distinguished EQ , himself especially by his aggressive playing in the I , VVesleyan game. E' '11 H :.".,Q 2- -E it E! 'Q ., EP. -T LLEWELLYN ADAMS, End 5: gg T i SMITHFIELD, KENTUCKY 1 Kept out most of the season with a bad ankle, " is - 1 'tLewly" distinguished himself when he did play. E! li Q.-I 1- One of the hardest tacklers on the team, he was at ,V -5 T his best backing up the line, and getting the majority E1 iff , of the plays. He made himself a hero by a thrillin ' 1 M Q , ' f V tackle in the Georgetown game. If Ei , fi l . ., Ei . L J nlillll , tl E , I LITE "+ L -Q -H - - . J -:5 if . , T "T 5 5 ii f 104 Q: 1 5 "' lm! ...1'F-,Exgif-gffl :F . ' 'L ' ' ' ,Y ,L lunmnulmnlulplnullulammpquglluglulqlullgllglglllllglll , if . ,,.,.,.,,,.,.g ,,,6ZDZ!Z9Z0Io,lIlZoZlToTQl101020I0.0!0.0.l.o1o.0I0.0.0.D.0.Q.0.0-0.01 L . - - ' A ' ' ' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l S W l llllll yy Football 1922 f3f'2,1 '5i3 LTHOUGH, to many friends of Transylvania the 1922 football season brought 09 'N mingled feelings of gladness and regret, few loyal Transylvanians will soon forget the blaze of glory in which the fighting Pioneers finished the gridiron season of 22 Battered and beaten through SIX successne defeats, and apparently unable to E Inf win a game, the Crimson team upset all dope by defeating Kentucky Wesleyan College I3 to o on N101 ember 4, and on Thanksgiving Day, in one of the most brilliant games played in Lexington last fall, the Pioneers made glad the hearts of all Transyl vanians by defeating Georgetown College, 16 to 13, at Thomas Field Perhaps no small college was harder hit by the S. I A A rule preventing the playing of freshmen than was Transylvania. Reports in the spring of 1922 indicated that a large amount of freshman material was scheduled for the fall, a new coach was secured, games were scheduled with teams that ranked high in collegiate athletic circles, and everything pointed to an unusual year for the Crimsons. But the freshman rule, which was strictly observed during the entire year, cut the Pioneer squad to a scant two dozen men. Handicapped by this deploring lack of material and pursued the entire season by luck in the form of injuries that necessitated patched-up line-ups for most of the games, the sixteen or eighteen men that constituted the squad worked tirelessly in an endeavor to develop the best possible team Unfortunately' the three hardest games on the schedule were the first three The Pioneers were defeated by Marshall, Wilmington, and Maryville in turn, and emerged from the three games in a sadly crippled condition. The team went to Chattanooga hardly expecting to make a showing, but received much favorable comment from the Chattanooga papers on the game played. The Moccasins were the victors, 42 to 6 So serious was the crippled condition of the Crimson team that it was thought best to cancel the game with the University of Louisville. The next game was with the strong Franklin team, at Lexington, the Pioneers losing, 3.1. to 6. A week's practice and the Crimsons went to Richmond Ind., to play Earlham. The going was bad, numerous injuries had necessitated a changed line-u and- the Hoosiers won, 25 to o. The game on November 24th was the turning point in e Pioneer season, and Kentucky Wesleyan was defeated, I3 to 0. The game was won by the aggressive, determined playing of the Pioneers, and was an indirect factor in the winning of the Georgetown game. The victory over the Black and Gold of Georgetown, traditional rival of Transylvania, added a brilliant touch to an otherwise rather dull season. 'Georgetown came to Lexington expecting to win, and everything in the season's results pointed to a victory for the Tigers. But sheer will and nerve, backed by the last ounce of strength in every wearer of the Crimson, defeated the visitors, for the third consecutive time. The winning points were made on a 45-yard drop kick, which equaled any seen in the South in recent years. Too much credit cannot be given the men that constituted the Crimson team. Met on all sides by adverse conditions and circumstances, those men strove without ceasing to develop a team worthy to wear the Crimson of Transylvania. The success or failure of a football season cannot be measured in scores, and the Pioneers played through their schedule with a grim doggedness, winning or losing, but always fighting. 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In this game the freshmen showed a stone-wall line and repulsed the Nor- : mal team twice within their ten-yard line. Q The next game was with Georgetown Freshmen, at Georgetown. This was, per- 0 . . V haps the hardest game of the season and the two fought each other as only George- S' O l Y Q 2. I U town and Transylvania teams can fight. In the first half Georgetown was forced behind their own line, and this was the slender margin of victory. Q The freshmen met their strongest opponents in Lancaster, when they played Lan- g caster High School and were forced to bow to a IO-to-O defeat after a hard-fought I 52- - gaffle. . . In Stanford, the Crimson yearlings met another worthy foe, but the goal after touch- down was enough and Transy had won another victory. Ei Q s - 4 : Georgetown, in their return game here, showed much better team work, and the Q Crimson-clad players had an off day, so that the little Tigers got revenge for their first '- defeat. Ei' I . 3' ' Q In the last game of the season the young Pioneers showed the best form of the ' ' 7 : v 1 . season. The game was the return engagement with Eastern lxentucky State Normal, EQ . and was another mud turtle meet. Regardless of the mud and the slick ball, Transyl- 5 vania ran rings around the heavier opponents, winning, I5 to 0. : The freshmen showed a wealth of good material and some of them should be able ! to make places on the 1923 varsity. Perhaps the biggest thing the freshmen did was : not in playing their own schedule, but scrubbing day after day against the varsity. 2 After their own season was over these first-year men fought and scrimmaged the E! o varsity for two weeks, and the credit for the varsity's victories over Wesleyan and ' Georgetown should be shared liberally with them. They practiced day after day for 0 no glory of their own, but for the love of the school. r Eg' ' :I O ni - 4 0 E! g gl. 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The Crimson players, for the first time in years, forsook the beaten path between the three or four Central Kentucky colleges, and invaded strange :E territory to play teams that annually rank high in Southern athletic c1rcles. E5 ,:: i . 1 r 1 The results of the season, if measured by the scores of the various games, were - -2 . . . , . 1' - :5 discouraging. To uninterested observers of the seasons record, the losing of seven QE straight games spelled failure, to the loyal Crimson supporters who followed the playing 02 . . . . 3. . QE of the Pioneers during the season, there were encouraging signs of the long-hoped-for forward step in Transylvania athletic interests. The spirit of the past season might be best represented by the quotation, "Not failure, but low aim, is crime", for the Crimson players were scheduled against teams that were known to be stronger than any :E five possible from the meager amount of material available at Transylvania. 'T I . :E Four of the season's games were among the best contests of the local season. Phe Pioneers, in a game characterized by the rough playing and the numerous fouls called, lost to Kentucky Yvesleyan 25 to 21, in the first go-round of the season. A week later the Crimson team gave Tennessee's strong quintet the hardest battle of its Ken- ! n n , l tucky trip, when the Commodores won, 20 to 19. The Pioneers outplayed and out- l fought the visitors, and the University team won on points from free throws. This - u 0 1 1 1 u 1 - game was the most encouraging one of the year, as it indicated the potential ability of Q the-Crimson five. is The game with the University of Chattanooga, played on the Tennessee trip, was 2 . . :H-1 OE almost the equal of the Tennessee one. The lylaryvllle game, played the preceding Egg og .... . . 1 SE night, had weakened the Pioneers, but the llloccasms were forced to maintain a whirl- wind gait to win the contest, 33 to 23, the Crimson players at one time being in the - u n -1-li og lead. The Nloccasins later went to the finals in the Southern tourney at Atlanta. In 0: . . . , :E the second game with Georgetown the Pioneers displayed a style of basketball that gg looked good enough to win the game, but, in spite of the aggressive playing of the EH lg . . I-'.' SE Crimson team, the Tigers won, 25 to 19. Eg Although Captain Powell, Reynolds, and Dedman leave us this year, there are 2 . . . -I ' ' :E indications of a team for next season that may well look to Atlanta as the final goal. :E With three varsity men back, and a possible four men from the freshman squad, the Pioneer quintet of 1924 will likely be the best alibi for the 1923 season. .S ' :A OE 5 za O3 ' ". 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If fl 3 ,f i a u 5 H QIWJNJ: ig ' i' U W l ., , . ,-,K ei 9 51541 gg a 54 a M5 Yr 4 X ' 2 lf!! Y 5, - "-4 ! A Q ,S .2 , wx g Z 11 Q AG' 'E 1 x ' ,r ,yu nv g , li ,, N , 1 L 5? F 1:4 f. ,, 1 1 MP .g", Y? Qi 11 5? v 5- f--1 1 far ai' QQ G V ,M ii if is 12 a 1:7 "2 is if Q63 H GL! G Q Q A "1 WE . , M Glrls Basketball 3. OIFFICIERS A ROY BOYER . . . . .... . . . . Coarlz ' LEOLA KLOPP ..... . . .. Captain l Lxzzxu S'115r11,ri Klxc . Manager Q a a A li Q5 ' - TEAM E25 'G V I.rzm,.x Iimvrf . . .... Iforfward , , E L NANCY .ARNOLD . lforfward Loulsrz FARM . Forfward W? Akms YEIJIGON . . . . Cnzlfr ui ,. M,xRGLvER1'1+Z C.XI.IlVK'EI,I. . . Crzzlrr 5- f LXZZIE S'1'EhI.E KING . . Guard 1 , In 1 L MARGAxRE'r IIARUWICK . . Guard ' Q ' 11 a THELMA SHEPHARD . . 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At no time was the team forced to play hard enough to accurately deter- .E mine the actual scoring ability of the quintet that has once more brought a state N QE championship team to Transylvania. The fact that the Crimson team totaled an overwhelming percentage of the points made in . E the games of the season, and that but nine field goals were made by opposing teams is an indica- OE tion that the playing was well balanced and evenly divided between offense and defense. The Q-'fd :E five-man defense introduced by Coach Boyer was superior to any other defense in the state, and .E was practically impregnable. The morale of the team during the entire year was high, a fact 0 E that contributed much towards the winning of the championship. X :E h The lgvelgipls constituting Ehe regularietamgvere placed, by most spent critics, as .thi team fo? E ' t e myt ica a -state quintet or 1923. e rimson team was aetua y an organize team o nn. :E stars, and, although an unusually high type of team play was developed, no attempt was made to Q2 subdue the characteristic individual playing of every one of the girls. - :E The forwards, Captain Klopp and Nancy Arnold, represent a point-scoring duet that- was . : unequaled in the state. Klopp, who was the very capable leader of the championship team, was ig one of the high-point players among Kentucky girls' teams. In addition to her ability to drop :E ballghrouglgl tllre nletting from all angles, shce bplaiyed a fast, atggrgssive, 12001: glarple. .arnold ,E 1 muc to 81 t e eve opment o team wor 5 er accurate an mg o t e a :mf was IE directly responsible for many goals by her quick passes under the basket. Nancy's passing in no .E way hindered her ability to score points, for she totaled many of the Crimson scores. .E Picked almost unanimously as all-state center last season, Ardis Yelton was easily the best 1 'E center in Kentucky. Her floor game was more aggressive than any other player in the state' she :E dribbled through every opposing defense, and incidentally totaled a high number of the pbints E scored during the season. - The fact that there were but nine field goals scored against the Cham- SQ :E pions during the eight games is sufficient recommendation for the two guards. Manager King Qi played one of the most consistent guarding games of the year, displayed a keen knowledge of E basketball in her ability to judge opposing plays, and could be depended upon to stop the most gag' E formidable opposing forwards. Her work was made more effective still by the playing of Mar- E garet Hardwick, fioor guard for the Crimsons. 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'-'-'-'-'-'- yy The 1922 Baseball Season 1n Retrospect WGTZQHE 1922 baseball team accompllshes the seemingly lmpos For the first time in Five years a Crimson team -I triumphed over the Praying Colonels of Centre an th y did it Well, thanks to the masterful twlrling of Burt Halb rt some s nsational support by th infield, and timely hltting by all m mbers of the team Nlot content with defeating one consistent Winner th Pioneers fell upon the G orgetown Tig rs for their first baseball vlctory 1n four years It was a pitch rs battle between Ryan Thompson and Chesty Bailey out Thompson had that shade better of the argum nt which m ant a 2 to I victory for Transy Transylvania m t one of th best teams in th country this year wh n they played Nlotre Dame and our defeat at th ir hands was no disgrac-. Every man played the game well, and it was th n that Bob Powell showed that h was a real catch r-for h caught a much better gam than th much-heralded Nlotre Dam catcher. Taking every thing into consideration, th, 1922 season was a big suc- ce s, and the prospects are much brighter for 1923-for every man returns to school It is hard to pick outstanding Stars for th s ason, but Bob Powell easily outclassed any catch r in th state while Ryan Thompson and Burt Halbert ranked with th best as pitchers II3 O o o 0 0 o o o o 0 0 o o 0 0 o 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D O 0 9 o 6 1 I I I 4 4 'E 4 I 1 I I 0 Q ! !. Q 9 Q 0 HU OOOOOOICIOCCUD W sooo lv go so Qc gg! as jg .ll S! EQ er' :eq E5 sen :Sn gs 50, if E! so 1 ..- lll 0 oo so oooooioio OZ. 05' 0: OE .1 OE 'E 0: 'E 'E 0: 0-E 'E 0: 'E 0: 'E 0:1 'E 9: OE IS' OE 'E QE Q: QE OE PE 'EE 'ss ERI or n9 nn! F!! fl! n,-o pq in one hs 'Q qu- up - pu- an 5- 1 as 1: 'Q up 1- Q up -p ' it ' "' ""t"' ' W ' ' I ' 1' 11, ' nua1nnuunnmummumnIInu1muuumummmmnmu ul E Ql5lflI3!!yX l i mi nu IIIIIIIES S2 I ii i il 4 , i l 6 ' w "f Q l i iii E 2 . Iif'. i s dMe! I I . , ggjt - H ' 1 u - d iii, ' . S .. 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ANDREW BENTON FOSTER NANCY ARNOLD . JOE R. LANE I I ' LLEVVELLYN ADAMS . IQE 1' H I 2 ' I fl il' F 1 B I 'I Wm! 4 I ,, II F pg! I Y.. I Wh 'I I WM. CRAY BORDERS F WILLIAM BOYD I WILLARD CARTER I JOE CEDEYCO I VVILLIAM DEDMAN CRAY BORDERS I BOYD DOOLEY I BURT HALBERT I I ' I I Y .. bl 2 -t OE Og. U .. A I . - ' O Qlfl. ig 35: EDWARD ADAMS WILLARD CARTER WILLIAM DEDMAN I NANCY ARNOLD MARGARET HARDWICK T Club FOOTBALL C. BOYD DOOLEY A. B. FOSTER ERCYL FRYER TOM GAY BURT HALBERT EDWIN HATLER BASEBALL JOE LANE ALFRED POWELL ROBERT POWELL CAROLL RATLIEI-'E BASKETBALL ALFRED POWELL ROBERT POWELL FRANK REYNOLDS . . . . . President E . . . . . Vice-President E S ecrela r y- Treasurer E A. R. HUDER E E. L. HLQBER I J E ROBERT POWELL E W. R. SHEPI-IARD : in pc -O- pq RYAN THOMPSON : GILBERT WHITE E :.- E FRANK REYNOLDS 5 W. R. SI-IEPI-IARD E CHARLES VAN WINKLE E : E- RYAN THOMPSON E WALTER WALTERS : GILBERT WHITE 1 -- 1- an -- ..- ..- -Q 1 In-1 -1 .-. 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PANSY DINKLE 111051 Sludioux Girl LIZZIE STEELE KING HELEN HAVVKINS Bvsl .klll-Round Girl ll'i!lirsI Girl 1x6 I I I u V ! k 3 1 1 4 3 i 4 J . 1 n s .5 1 'I N' A IQ ! X v ! I 1 1 1 J . 5 I Y A 3 ,I Ill U 1110.1 F 1 11.3. O I. . ., W , . I' ' , Q.- I. ' ' gf? .. ' . 5- 'L' , -f Q l - V Q-1' .il . 1 W..- . f I . - , .ba .-.A...'v...- Y. . NANCY ARNOLD Bm! .411-Round Girl MARVIN RAY DCT GRUBBS .Most Popular Girl Cures! Girl 117 ,f .H , U 0 l - 8 Q 5 gl NN X .f P3 A. . ...ze-.. .misc .Y-.--.nv .. al end at -Lots of fun at the Y. VV. and Y. M. re- ception. "Sandy" recites a new piece. Delta Delta Delta dinner dance at Ruth Bannister's. Freshman hike. Lyons Hall house meeting. Rules laid down. Poor girls! Alpha Delta Theta tea at Mrs. Kimbrough's. Phi Kappa Tau dance at chapter house. ,J zo-Freshman girls initiation, 8 p. m. Soph- Wlnlb r i .AN W i I5 4- -351 . . , f Nr - if I6- K2 ' lin f t I - -Q ill' gi Q 7 E3 5: 18- l l 1 Lk Y 19- .24 v if firi 11- Q. L i . , .. f 1 -3 xi 1+ lj lk 25 26 28 19- SEPTI2 M B ER Students gradually arriving. Freshmen coming in strong. As usual, old students coming in late. Freshman jamboree. Y. XV. C. A. rain- bow party for new girls. Everybody out for football. "Dell" tries 2- voices for the Glee Club. II8 30- I.. omores hard on 'em. Put their hair in twenty-six pigtails and make 'em serenade Ewing Hall. Freshmen girls march through chapel, and their chances ruined forever. -Freshmen win the bag-rush. Alpha Delta dinner at Green Tree Inn. -Chi Omega dance at Elizabeth Bowman's. -Student reception at Central Christian Church. Lyons Hall girls take morning hike. Stagecrafters' try-outs. Chi Omega ban- quet at Phoenix Hotel. --The dog pays his annual visit to chapel. Stagecrafter initiates perform with Mother Goose rhymes. Reception for Transylvania at VVoodland Christian Church. Mrs. Delcamp's recital at Morrison Chap- el. Student Government party at gym. OCTOBER Phi Kappa Tau serenade. Louise Jennings climbs out of the window "on the way to the library". Y 4- I if 3,-,Q A--7-9 J, .5 4 V ANI .""i 12.4 ' Il S.. ,V I Y . ' g , f f: .... f.7t..T...,.. ...,. - . ,, if-QQ, !. i l S M rr I Illllllll ll llllllrlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE9 f ' C' -'Q ' -" ' QQ i'6'0'6'o 010663 into'o'o'o'o'o'o'qo'Udo'g'o'o'g'g'q'g'qp.ql i E2 'f Q.: . 1 . 3,12 I Calendar E2 lfil 2 3-K. A. serenade. Ardis sits on the campus 27-Alumni reception for Dr. and Mrs. Har- ',,, and talks to "Bob" for two hours. mon at Morrison. Hallowe'en party at F343 5-Pi K. A. serenades. Girls decorate the LYOPS Hall H- D cafeteria and give "PEP" program at 31-lUn10f'f1'e5hman. Pa1'tY- B0bl3Y and CIC' U -5 supper. ' ero dressed as girls. Vamp all the men. T Q 6-'We see the football men off to Hunting- NOVEMBER l, Q ton. First issue of the Ramblrr. 'l'--All the teflm walking on crutches' Tran' fe' I , sy-Louisville game called off. -:Q -1 7-Freshmen Come out with the green caps' 5-Centre-State game. All Lexington dressed 51.1 8--Girls in a panic at Lyons Hall 21. Man up in College colors. l l l OH third floor' 6-Got your pictures yet? i 9-Everybody gets their pictures made. 7-Dr. and Mrs. Bower "at home" to stu- Io-M. A. S. K. dance at Ruth Bannister"a. dems 0f the College Of the Bible- ', ll-Pl'CSldCIlt Harmon gives Dutch banquet at S-Tumeling tfam organized' Mfttoi "Fall hotel in interest of athletics. for girls wlthfmt permanent mluryn' 5 l 12-Dr. Fortune speaks in chapel. lo-Faculty recefmon' , 4' . Q , it-M. A. S. lx. dance at the Phmnix. Ei 1 13-Stagecrafters' dance at Virginia l'Iays'. I5-Mrs' Harmon gives a beautiful talk at ig? 14-Mermaid pledges initiated at chapel. Y, VV, lei 16-Every Stagecrafter and otherwise eligible 21-BUY Those tickets f01' "Al?1b21m3"l le! person on Campus is U-5-ing out for --Ala- 23-Cl'illl50l1 Rambler comes out in crimson EQ l b3m3," ink, preparing to wipe up Georgetown 17-Dean Mac gives an inspiring talk about and, Vvesleyan' . 1 the pictures in the chapel and Tmnsyl- 24.-SCHIOFS parade with new corduroys and L. ! 4 vania traditions' canes and red sweaters. E. i f I I8-Freshmen beat Georgetown, 2 to O. 25-Vtfe beat.Ole Vvesleyan out on 'Ihomas ' ,, 1 Field. Fifteen for team! gi 'P Y 19-Hat. Ilunters parade. U. freshmen 28-Tri Deltas, Founder-S Day banquet- E. il ' A leading procession, carrying R. O. T. C. 29-Big ..p.ep,, meeting and bonfire at Ewing 9 3 X Caps' Hall. Football men and coach make Hne , , 20'-R0USlng Campaign f0l' athletics- BOYS talks and-short, but full of the old spirit. Sell tickets. 30-Homecoming Day, and had Tigers' meat I L 21-Transylvania turns out three hundred for Thanksgiving dinner. strong. Hard fight, but Maryville beats DECEMBER us, zo to o. 1-Holiday. Rah! Rah! for team. "Ala- Eg ,E 4 gl 23-"Sandy" resigns position as cheer leader. bama" a huge success. Four new ones chosen. They perform to 2-Y. VV. reception for Y. M. C. A. conven- . i show ability, and all show marked genius tion. K. A. dance. in this line. 7-Everybody sign that slip for the Annual! ll- Al 24- Stagecrafters give recital at Morrison. 8-Mrs. Harmon entertains for Transylvania ,- 25 --Frosh and soph Flag feud. Frosh succeed girls. Lizzie Steele's side wins the prize. gl' lu il, in keeping '26 Hag up the longest. VVe 9-Phi Kappa Tau pledges entertain chap- -fr l hear that they slept on Morrison steps to ter with a dance. watch it all night. I2-MY. Ross, a returned missionary, tries u 26-From Kuykendahl's University to faculty, persuade us to go to Africa by tellin l "',!:.fNll we all display our talent in art of singing, about the man-size cockroaches a l' l -e "VVhen Transylvania Falls in Line". friendly centipedes. WA' i,,1l,l K 'WTF -.iszdi i ! A 12.1 E 3 llllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ..,.. 1 W - . we W, r . , . . - - l'O'l'O'l'l'l A. , .. . .,....... ,. o.,. .,.. Ofufqfufqjpjoioiotqoiniqo:n10.lZo.o.0.9.o.o.o,o.o.o.0.o.0.0.0.0.0.0. . If-'fin -3 3- , Mk -. .L-1. f if---A -x f -f-A-Q f 4 4 -'ff- f:L 2 , K a 14 Q if Q 9 1 2 A l A , . . . 3 I 1.23 ' f--'U f A -42 X gk f 5 , V L AMILIAR SCENES JY.: 51 2 Q R 'iii-1 k 3 g R i 5 ' . . . a 5 A . ' vb q ' g Q : X' Q - i -A ' 1, ' 1 'W '1 ' 5 g 'v f . ' - -r I 3 X: - z . A 'Lf 5' 'J L n A ' ax a V .1 5 l 1 V A 'll .1 V Y ,Li 1' . ' ? A , ' " , y 1'?ffii' 'g,'1aff . F 2 g . . U, ,i .. I, ,wr .Ci Lihlkkih-iw. E E ' , . 7 - pe., - , , . 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"Tim" makes stump zo-Exams begin. Richmond Normal 1, Speech and f21keS in the money. Trangy girls 25, 16-Nankin drive. VVe go over the top. EQ 21-Everybody Cramming hard, 17-Girls lose to Peabody team, 18 to ro. 22-Still pushing the pen. Girl debaters win from Wesleyan: 23-And yet we continue to realize how little "5h0l1ld GOVCrnment Control Railroads?" we know, 18-Tri Delta install chapter at State Univer- 26-Paderewski at Auditorium. Sify- 27-Phi Tau dance at the Hguge, 21-Miss Harriet Harmon gave talk at Y. M. 31-Tandy Ellis entertains students at chapel. 22-Mrs. Hansen gives interesting vocal pro- l . gram. ,E . FEBRIPARS . 27-Pan-Hellenic dance at the Phoenix. i 1-Chi Omegas move into their new house. , , :O 1 Q, . 28-Pre-Easter services by Dr. Fortune and ' Eb 2-Boost for Transyl Cards passed in chap- M Ch I X E. el. VVhy did you come to T. U.? r' ar ton' , . E! .N . U 29-S0m8b0dj',S Ford on top of Morrison. l SO 3.-Louisville basketball game. Transy E h rd I I vb d I , i Eg' wins, 24 to 3. Tri Delta dance at Ruth aster ol als' ever, 0 y caving' Bannister's. APRIL I gi 8-Boys lose to Tennessee University, I9 to 4-Ombitious Students fffufn to work on X zo. Most thrilling game of the season. mme' ' E! 9-Girls win from over Vllesleyan, 35 to 8. 5-Everybody back to work' Ml.. Moore has the Hu and misses his to-VVe hear all about King Tut in chapel. first game for fifteen years. I2-Henry Clayys birthday' ii -1-:If m,-Vve get our grades today' 13-Proverbial showers are showering. 12-Fraternity initiations. K. A., Pi Kap, MAY and Alpha Delta Theta. 4-Kid day. Seniors make fools of them- 13-Chi Omega House opening to Transyl- Selves in Chapel. E, vania. 15-Stunt night. 14-Phi Tau initiation. Goats perform for 16-Arbor Day. We hope it will flourish like Lyons Hall at midnight. the proverbial green bay tree. 15-Dr. Bush talks at chapel of suspicion of 19-Ivy Day. Already too much ivy on cam- circumstantial evidence. pus. 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IN LOX ING MEMORX THE CRIMSON STAFF 1923 GOAT GAMBOL 1, km t IIIX rl I 1 x Ill 5 1 u1,., 1 H114 1 l r. g- -Q J ' Inu .1 3 - '11' " - l': - - "': ' " , unc 1 - .' 1-1 ' 'Q' -J 'z " .' un - sl- ' rn 1-ss ' ' 5 kvml- 'L' ' ' j "V, iuyl: himsc I' V f" ' V' szlxuplmnis . ' ' -1 ' ' nm-1 'zz '- ' ' - 1l"J - li 1' 'I ' 'lt'St - '4' 1 " ff, 1- 1- ,' smc'cil1p,' lm- 'vs lllll' . 1 vi S' ' n. 1- ' 'pl I -' -: rni . thc sup 1- 11'-7 1 1 - '-S ' v ':1c'u -"iw .' 1 ' -' -' 'x 1 ut ' ' '7 x"n-.' '-rv sl"' , :.' is c- '- nz : . ' f 'unc in u u- . "'- -'1il,.: wnils 1 me :I 1.1 ,' ruxo ulmnr, I : vu' f: zzm- ' : ' - -: ' Q lmur. " osf- - U 1 " " c' ' .xr- -s as 1- 1 :rag ' inn- 0' "lil.' ' ,"I"'1. LYONS HALL WAIL " 'ish my ' Ill-ID' r would u 5' sn 1' 'W ' ul ".'. " U 4.7 an' u Q un ' '. owcr, ' ' -' 1va'ing' usually lumh '-" : ' ' Su- -' gy ' ss, ns--1 is mn :, z ' v b ll was ringi gn 1-I: ::, ' -ucling 0 iI'lSfl'LlK'lUl'. 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The Olilcial Juice-Harp of the Alumni Association. EDITORIAL STAFF BENNETT ROACH Buggy Editor-in-Chief PANSY DINKLE AND CLIFTON YVESSELMAN Associate Editors Pansy is too studious to attend to her duties. Clif, in trying to please everyone, pleases no one. HELEN HAWVKINS A Dumb Belle Society Editor MAIJRICE SEAY Alumni Editor when he is not interviewing Hamilton girls for "feature articles". GEORGE KINCHELOE Exchange Editor. George is too small to be found when needed. GRAYDON BOWER Sports Editor. Some sport! WM. D. OGDON Humorous Editor. Noted for his wonderful memory, because he re- calls jokes of the last century. ALICE NEAL AND HILDRETH MAGGARD Hamilton Editors. From that unapproachable spot where no man enters. therefore we cannot recommend them. MANAGEMENT SVICKLIF CURTIS Business Manager. One who does his duty. Filled the paper with advertisements. RICHARD McMURTRY Assistant Manager. Plays around too much. CIRCUI ATION JOE SABEL Manager. Evidently has a very bad heart, as the circulation is very poor. EDITORIALS And like the dear when the Civil War old Union and Tenny- son by day the great round moon by night. We yawn in class and Wake with the birds in the morn Oh! Spring is a lovely thing the poet says for something sim ilarb. 'It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaxen ' and another has so aptly put it: In the Spring a young man s fancy turns to what the girls have been thinking about all winter Vie not b ing a girl do not know what he means But we think it sounds pretty Come girls! Fess up! VVhaddya been thinkin about? WYHEREIN WE DIFFER . XVe do not lil'e short skirts any lon er ... We do not think Dr. Macart ney is cute . YVe do not think Morrison Chapel is the prettiest building we ex er san 4. We do not think Biol. 21-L2 is a snap courst 5. We refuse to talk about bobhed hair are the only good-looking men on the campus ". TNQ have never wished we were a boy Q. 'We do not like the editorial w . 9. College did not fire our ambi tions-we didn't have anv 10. VVe do not think the Ben Ali is much good 11. VVe do not think that D Bush is the best speaker we have htard since we came to IRAN SYI WANIA- TRANSYVLANIA transylvanm HOW FRATERNITIES PICK THEIR MEN Thinking people have long won dered how mon sense some fraternities pick their men. interesting document, said to have been picked up on the campus of one of our large state universities seems to throw some light on the question. The fraternity 1. A varsity athlete shall be ipso facto. eligible for member ship regardless of intellectual ability, or lack of it 2. Candidates shall be versed in all the latest dance steps and skilled in the manly art of hand ing a punch glass to a lady the hyper-squirrelish manner 3. Ability to play poker well shall be a prime requisite 4. Attendance at church shall constitute a de-merit. And early rising to attend Sunday school is in the name ol' com The following highly almost certain to blackball a man 5 Acquarntance with good books love for culture scholastic attarnments shall be considered a. mark ot boorrshness 6 Skill at shaping a hat so as to make the man look like the nrftrest thing on Main Street shall constitute a credit mark Partrc ular attention paid to rolled front and back r Workrn ones way through college shall be considered an al most rnsurmountable barrier t membership S Contrnued cutting of classes and chapel and frequent appear ance 'rt class unprepared shall be an rndlcatron ot a good man to watch 9 Immoralrty shall be counted no drawback to '1 mans entrance into the sacred order provided that same rs not too extensively known Even this last may b waived if the man has had a large numbtr of grandparents who took passage on the Mayflower 10 Anv man who shows a pe culrar 'rptrtude for orlrng down the hair rn sherk style shall rmme drately be pinned 11 Capacity for drinking ten ordrnarv men under the table shall argue strongly rn a mans favor 17 Above all a candidate shall be able to loaf well Any signs of txcess energy especrally that directed rn manly channels shall be lrowned upon 13 A new man shall be tested before pledging to see whether he has any physical handicaps which will prevent him from ac qurrrng the true fraternal swag ger 14 A man shall be trarned rn 'rll the petty trrcks of snobbery and general fopprshness and b especially apt at cutting all old friends not thought to be of strict ly fraternity calibre This last drstrnctron rs sometimes a hard one lor the newly mrtrated man t make but the new found brothers will be perfectly wrllrng to offer anv assistance necessary whether called for or not 15 A new man must even be fore pledgmg show considerable self concert an b well grounded rn the idea that he 15 Just 't little better than the ordr narv man and be made to under stand that Lrncolns statement that all men are created equal applies only to non fraternrtv men 16 It a mans father possesses more than his share of this world s goods that shall not be allowed to stand rn a mans way QNota Br ne REMEMBER HOW WE BOUGHT THE HOUSEJ By WM D OGDONT 10,0510 0ICf.0I0.lQ,.Q0'0.0 01010 0.0 0.l0I0.0r0.0 0 0 0 0.0'0 0'0'0'0I0'0f0lQlf 0 0'0 0.0 010U'0.0.0.l0 0.0.0 0 010310. 10310. .0 I0 '0 . 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'ig 1'4t1,: l,-...fn .Umm HH., Il A, rl :lIIf,w-.WWI"lIl2.lHQN1 sa - 'ml all ,yy mNy31,l:,, In IVgwgl,l,,,r 1,14 , ,ly tr, rl ,I rt, it . .Iron ,N , v- ' --,-- ' ' 4 " g':" "'::::'.:..... .1.:': '03, 0 r' ' - . , . 0 0 0."0" 9 0" OTOIQ 0 0f0 010 020.0 0'0'0f0f0f0f0:0:0'0f0'0. 1 AT-I EL. Q. IVY IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII E KI923f ,,,f THE CRIMSON RAMBLER at Helenl Well Well Miss Hel you re picking up fine nevei saw any thin., like the chan e that s come oven you THESE ARE NOT GRASSHOPPERS afm1'1i'f"lffllffill you s Prof les vou must have amed ten or filteen pounds' Picking, up fine' THEY ARE T U CHEEEI LEADERS I I4 EPI 406 F 1 1 E 4 M A xf f 17? 15 X V Z .A .A . f S X lf ff X M E E E Q - y y A R ' SUNDAY HONOR ROLL WANT ADS R I XVANTED f'1llTl'NtLTlI'. nurse to A , , - A I.. roi-k the frm-slime-n to sleep. Those who ati:-mlecl the Ben -, Ali Sunilay ALM.: "Pike" Reynolds. Burt Halbert. Prof. Frei-main. "Hamburger" Burnett. XVANTED-Old rugs and tin B cans for "gOzLts". ' XVANTED-More time for Cam- pustryp less time for Chemistry. XVANTED-A moving van for R move-up day. To Ben Ali Sunday P.M.: Mary Louise Farrow. Charlotte Bredwell. i gh Nancy Arnold. ADV.-Don't leave eollege with- , "Punk" Thompson. out one of our pins. Sigma Alpha f Virginia Hays. Pi. f g Ardis Yelton. -l ?' Bob Powell. , ADV.-See Kentucky by bieyc-le. Joe Lane- Enjoy our good highways. Rent 1 Louise Jennings. one from Louise .Jennings or Helen flfiaogchi U Deadman at a reasonable price. I D U E S I Ruth Ed. Keller. '- ? Foster Mitchell. ABCE- GEMS READ YOUR OWNE i I ES?J?,'Z.i 15i5i2'."S52'i. list is F'g,mu,,5'gg,,,"9gQgf5zfggg,g.:'fgygg,fge R A M B L E RI A Z H numerous to mention all the names Ed, Note: We Stole RU", I - Oth ers. which should go on it. Consult -l method .Hz L E X ' I' --1 - - 4' f - ' If catalogue for the rest. 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W , , i 5 f i s Q i fl CLARA ESTEl,I,E PAi1'1'i1i:ar:ia Y' JLAMTA BOND Home El'0llOll1il'5 Lain! Ifniversily ol' Muiiw, 13.5.1 llumiltrm College 7 Qenison L'riivf-rsity, A,B., A,M,g Hamilton Col- SUICC 1933- , ' lege since 11121. , 6 ',,- -., 5.-fl W ll f'qoallvf-3---pe i-. 3 F" ?"Y!" H7 f-,Vi V. T f' ' Q, 'Q' "T - 1, 9' 129 ' , ' 1 Ei 4 rA ' ' I , I 2 51-2 "2 if 'uv AY- L 1 ' 14 i Cz. 1- V -- - -Y if Y, . , V , gr- A. V. ' . 3 - f-+-'-fv--'i-!j'v--VT-1-v-v7-TTf+---a'- -T1-Q-755. ,f..F, . -...,',., " - " i ' ' iii l' QQ' I KT 1 ' , " 4 ' "' ff","V"i1f"kf'gi'7'wi-Quay!-1l1vguJJQ:-,wvg-.-.L,7L,,.,',.fV-L,.' ,ll Y, Y , --'- -P V - ...- - ---i ...l-- , 44.4 4-1:s.f..:.,:.,lz.f.f,.3i.a.a'J..f,4.41.imL,i-Lug: gi' 4 N ' ff'?f:4 X -2i:ffifif5?ii'22'f'ff'fAvwif-fS:f??'1f:iff'ifWff ' 1 . . . . f ' .n . rf' 1 4 -1 722 sw! , 54 +2 1 5 .. JJ. fJy.'5f.,,?.L.'3.,?X,3,k4,,',,5,mmr,, E, , v .O.'i.U.fl1lIilIlQl,l,lj -A 1 a ' .1 . ,V ,1 ' Hlqwwyx ,!5,i,,,,! , f ' ' ... L gh.. V' -L 1LI.'..iJ 'Ll ? ' X 1+ Qt SV f W. 1 Y Ii N1 'R fi, 's .1 .LM N ii ,-x v f 1 , l N. SM fl' fi sg' 'r if Cu.o'ru,m C-'0I,F.I,I,,K AMY Rmco VVILKKNG I'f1y5i1'z1l 'rftlillillff Ithzllipfymfifg txnhmlq- I'--ss-f Nfvrmnl Sm-lmw-I 'Il' f?5l11ll11Siil'SZ 'l'1':u1Sylx'uni:n lwullk-g.fn-, A.B.1 Hamilton College Pfwtgmlluznh- ulvrlq, Ilznwzllll Inn'--I' Slly' Sum- Sinmg 191D lu I' S1-lnml, lPl'llJlIlIlll'lll ul I'l15su-:nl Iiqlllm-zltinln' lllIlllllPII Null- vnu Iv XYVIi'l'1'E me 1VIAsslz.xU JANE J. NXCHOLS I"""'!' Phormgrajrlly and Tyjrffwriling lllriulh Imlhmm I'Y".'A"' 'LA Elvis: Lrniwlrsily of Milliknn Polls-gv of Business: Hamilton C0111 Jmxu-13 .X.M,: H:1m1llnn IH-ll.-ge SIl1l'l' 110214. Sinw, ln, ., -3 , ,..5,W. 130 1 . , T'- 'sim In IW nn N 0 ,. 9 5 6 ,- R A P. P. 9 Q 9 ! 9. 9 I 6 Q Q 5 .Q ' 4 E Q- 4 -fy vqrrru- fw- 4..- -N f'-lv--rn vga g--u 'IUC 'UO f P sl ., J ,,flh, X ii 1 :. LoLo:o1oiox:o:o1q:mo1o:o:ot aiu? 1in:o:a:o16fi'otifi1d2ii:il - -' 'HH Qs , Y K di I g :E ' 'SET 1 1 Millikan Conservatory Northw stern University of Arme OlIlb9i'r,2 Pupil Percy Grainger, Chicago J EDITH Rose Director of Vlusif f Music: Graduate School of Music: Pupil of Alexander Raab and Musical College' Pupil of Isador Philipp. Paris. FI'2il'1Ct'I Hamilton Col- t-ge since 1.419. M sit' l Ollflfflfl JUDI1 H S roRLiE Plano E-Skflirlen Arme Oldbcrg, T 11,19 ,-O 7 7V I I HELEN INELSO Vain' 1N01'tllNV9St9l'Fl University School f Music' Graduate Cincinnati Conservqtory of Music' Graduate Voice Depart1'ncnt, Bush COYlS9I'V"Ll0l'5 of Music: Pupil of Bertha Bun-man D: Fury lulek. and Hi-rbert Mitherspoon' Hamilton Col- le-be since 15122. SARAH ANNE MCGARVFX Ixitional fonseiw itmx Pupil of Rafael Josoffg upil or Mos7kowski Berlin H imilton College since 1909 l if-1 ,r E ' "L ' ' ':f, f I- 0.00 Ili! l'0'l'0,g lb'0'00,i11'Q 03,g,g'gfggqgg' 2 l -. Pl il i3 'I '1 l A I i J 4 'rU? l I L l 4 l r ! 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' 'A h 'L in ' 14 .1Ml.A::: lf' l rf! fn' V: fe le? -3' ' 1 I 1 Hhs 1 si A eva ' vm A4 , A A - Q.-N -Le--21.5-R-at xfmvse- zlzgigg -,-ie -49.0. A-, 55 QAKA 1, la.. W, is , ., 'x'55fx'1'.'ff"f"v,4'fN" -"Mu: -A -W-Y, ,' - gi: I iii 5 2 571. it W.: at' ff! Q, ! N! R Q 9. ! R 9 R A Q ! ! Q S i ' lQ2'3r JU1,x.,x XVOOIWVOKIII Coxxlalmx' ERNA BERRY VVATSON l:'xju'1',:5irf11 -'I fl lulul --I' Alun-, XX':ull1-V, l'l'II!'. P11111-1.-s Ilnh--rls. S" Ufllis S"l1"0l HI' Fillf- Arts: fNl'lll'tSlTl3l1'S 'ml 1-1-ur, 13lm.'1q.-y,1,..S- Nmy y.,,-kg uf 11,-,,f. gh I-lg Gulld. Clxim-zlgng Hamilton Vnllvgp since 1909. llllx. l'llil'2lLU'I NV. Hn-rnl'gv lin-vks. Iinglumlg - 1 I-. H xmlltun Iullvgg- Sllll'l' I.ilI.,, -e. ZW ' - i1,,5,v jmfu Buxlzouczls FI-II.'l'0N FANNIE TRAPP LONCWRE Cfmjwron and Suplwvisor of Sludy C!1af'f"'0'1 and SWWf'U'-for of Sfudl' Ilumillun College- sine-e 15131. Ifamillfm 11011930 Since 1920' 1. ' 4 1--V -'--- -'f-.- 'fox H.. 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I Sli' 'uf Nl V g MOLL1E GARNETT JOHNS Housekcepfr Hamilton College since 1922. -Q H -' H fc cH4 n ""lf'fl1" :HTH ff1HUTV I l as 'l ' " Q c l f lf "T l l jyiwvvqr, " f""fc c ' 'fmzuzm Zl'lf0IU ', f, . l lr'i-'r"r""L' xxx X 1 1? E5:..X'X ,,.,, I Q-i',qeTT,,'-,'.,':Y'fg :xi.?'iF,QgQ'-'q,epkI"T,gfqi'sqfqs:.,g:QEy.Q:ii-QE:-1' li , h R - 1 .gm -..V ,..,, Qrn, -uh x-,,,..' I fx , h,,,-,f ' U 1 -, A , . , Lf -- -- L .E-1 fl ff" Wi "P ,. , M , Pix 1 'M 1'1" ' .- j,1ww,w 7,,:w'1,,'1w,1,' g 11 ,QM 1 , ,,,V,.: mLV-,i, I A Q V, 9,1 ',3l!,L.fLLL1lLa!4g3g!aLL.I"l:l.uhm '4:g.,:,-41 ', 54,5-J..., , . , , I H, E W I ,--L,J,g :Q ' ' ff ' 711-L2i-"f,'l,Q,l,2' ,, , , M, 1,,, Q: , X 1ff"'l ,X , 4 l - . .u. ,l. 4 -. . L.. .-,... ..,.,.....a..... ..,.,..,., ,. - -, .. .-.-A l 134 ., .Y . - i X .Mi ff ,f fl l' 1 'LL 1., .,., We ,..::Qg.:i:.:i.: .,,....f:r.--..,.-, ...K - af- i .sv-----.,-1-.-A.. ..,. ,.,....A,7...,,a.-v 7-21. -..,-,QE-25,2.,,,,w :iw-!.v,: :Q M, , ,e 'ii 1'.'F'l'ilJ.P . , V ., ,... ,...,.hf..-- . , I 7 'uiu:'TTuMi,p. , l ' l 1 ' ' i , , 1 , W M ,.., - ...... ., - i 55 X .,r"" Sw-My E.QUyi-.int pqeaw.. x,J,.,uJxc5..,9imLA"i+QA'-0.1 7. . N... ..,..4 eniol' C1855 S,XR.XIl l'il.lZ.Xl4li'l'H l,.XI.TUN . ....... . Baltimore, lllarylzuid .ll'Xlul: c'1lI.I,l-Illlfl lu,-111, ll.,11,, lbwlllll l'i-.giili-ut ol' vm ln-lin Phi, 'zitg X'if-4--I'i'4-sith-lit ol' Alnrloxvi-, 'QIILL .Xss..i'm1.- Hqlilui- ol' "ll:11uiltoui:in", '22, Slnfl' 'jill l'1'i-siiloiit ol' l'll'l'll4'll l'lnIu, 'Qgg Xml-fI'l-,siilmnr nl' 1'-wilinn, 'jilg Yin--I'l'i-siwli-iii ol' lfiw-sliiiiziii Vlzlss, 'ZLIQ lgl'4'4 llioxi-in vii I-, '33-'ritz I':il1-llvzuiiil In-ush vlul., '23-':::: Y. W. 12 A.. ':::AIiaaif11ml'y Vina-li-1 .Xllilfiiv .Xssi-vizilwli, 'UI-'33, "Bill so fair, Shi' lzifkrtl flu' lfrralfl of mfr! afway ll'lm fllllfii upon luv' llIlll4U.'I1l'!'.H Tlierek something "sorta" contagious about Sarah's smile-something so sincere that even thowe of ua who are eynies want to run up and congratulate her on her natural attractiveness. VVe're going to miw her "something awful". XVhy do people have to graduate, anyway? RIARY Brlfono Honcns . . . . . . . . . Hiseville, Kentucky .IUNIUIC 1'4uI.I.IC1:IC Iriltn In-ltu II--11:11 I'r-'siili-nt ol' Si-nior Vlnss. '!!: f'hi ln-ltn I'hi, '2Z!: Studi-nl Vouui-il, '33-'Brig In-1-thovi-11VluligRlnrlowi-f'lul111'i-i'ili:inl'luhg Y. XV. 1'.A.g Pall-ttv :mil liIllSll Vluhg Athi'-Liv .Xssoi-ization: Logan r'ollv:4v, '21, Missionary t'il'c'lv. "D1'rjw brown ryrs, running o'fr fwilfz glrf, Bonnn' lzrofwn ryfs arf Ihr fyfs for mf." Coming to us in her senior year, we immediately fell for her eyes. They are big, brown, and shining. And, judging from rumor, we are neither the first nor the last to have fallen. 136 ra 4... in i ' i Q .H v at .fi I i l I ,E i L. il F i li if E . l I 0 I 'c V i l l -f 1 1 Lf, Li fri fl fi 2 5 L11 'J 'dl .I A K w- ' , if, 4 ' i E SCI'liO1' Class BIARTHA JEAN HALE . ......... . Abingdon, Illinois .IUNIUH 4'HI,l,ICGE Phi fsxnf-:fig Mn1'l--xv-' Vluhg H+---tlioven Vluh: Treasurer of S1-nior Class: Vice-- Vi'--sinlerit ol' 5I1ssion:i1y 4'i1'1'I-'L Stull-'nt 4"uunr'il. 'CI Irzzv, loyal, silzfrrr lzmrl-a gfnuinf delight." XVe'll all remember Martha Jean as the benevolent old Saint Valentine in the Marlowe play, Hxing up love affairs. Perhaps she will he well fitted to do this in real life, since her affairs always seem to run smoothly. CHRISTINE ID.-XL'GHERTY . ........ . .XValton, Kentucky .IVNIUH VULIAEGE Y. VV. ". .X.1 .Xtlnlwliv .Xssm-izitiung Basin-lbsill Team '21-'22 1115 XYlCL'-IJI'l'Sllll'2I'lt vrl' S-niri' Vlnss. "Graff in all lwr slfpsg in mfrry grslurf, dignilyf' Christine has a winning smile, a quiet dignity, and an exceedingly pleasing personality. With these traits she also has so much ability that we at once predict success for her when we speculate on her future. She will he ahle to do the difficult thing well. 137 fiiiifiii it ' l W lll ' ff5 W j f l l li i 'i .m0'0fo'0'oZo1o1oioIo slalom b ! B B V1 C7 YW 777' Y 7 ' J l ' JV 4 - - - . . . . . 'Q' l l r l l Liv lf' 7 ' N14 '5 ' U l " w mil vw 'ul 1-'rl H . ' 2.6 e, 'l 'L ' Q '1 ' N l Ld lmql-Q fr w' 'A' wr fl 'll ,W 'M l-ll -ma' , , of l D s , um - J V f:':g.,,- ' as We -.4 s.,,,,,:,- s,..,.,, s- at - , U gi, 1 X ' ' A -L' 35 5 Ki egg , ,Q341 4 . r 1' Q Eh . - - A-. - WA- . .W -..-...-.V-' , ,sl E! ' ' """-' ' l ip Q 5 r 2 . N , .ivy W 1, li X sa 1 ,, l:! ff - ' I V " A U I E -.lx M .- -A l 3 ll 3. . J, 1LfAl It , l s l - , Il.l.OlO'l'Ofl l'Ofl.O' -h X' W i ' ' . ' a I lj' . 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'.':..lQ.flO'l lx mlm 'IIN I 'Iss E- + f 1 1 I Haml IIIHN 'uluxu llLl.l! xml If .mul xumn 111 arlwn az lf ul nz l1onor,41ar ICQ! Of!! l'Ull'l.'Ufl.O.lQO Marx Potts ns the onlx glrl ue know who can make hue A s run an Annual be .1 class ofhcer, work nn club and still hue txme enough for esersthnng else Gmms N ERN PARRISH Rnchmond, kentucky 'XIUR 1 Ol l H'1m1lton1xn Busme s M lllqgvl of KIIIHSUII 3 IVIINSIDII X L ll l O O 10:0 I Inari Io ffsolfuz 1111 a hand to fxfzuff VX e are sure that Gladxs could some dax manage a bug corporatlon for she has shown her abxll 'us l"IllNlIlCNS manager of the CRIMSON thus wear Xet we are not sure that she would consider posmon as corporatmn manager fo there are sngns that poxnt toss ard other plans 5 I 1, Viv E Ci Q-'11-"J 'lffl I l'l A -I-'-if 'o tl Jr l 'Ae AAAA- A if lp , is F3 TW 1 :A ' -' A -Y 'ff'-3 'l " ' all owotuzozotm .mnnmero are no Cl - ssss 43+ A tt '- "-'-' F-Q E I f-.E-af, .Qi-'E ,f-'C:'x'i:"-:ini-. f 1 I Y . -Y, V .- I -.gf-Z-X SY-H5171 , -wamM+wmhmfXMgHeQeeexLfaaeia.a-.aF1Mamw,u:n+.t gg' A 1 J!! W P' Il! . ' 1 N -f ---1 ---f -- -V --e 1:55 je-1 f -21-:gf-eff.,-it-.-2.-.--Q-41,4 -.::..:. --- Ji JI: WWW -..ii .ff 14 I sity .i -fl Ei. -Y Y if fxlll.--.7.:1--.,11-1.1 H ,..., --,. , - - .,-i , .t g1,.r-intra ix- 5. Q-Q ,' e. . V ri, J 1 N, La' if .wafe- s,fN SCI1iOI' Class THELAIA PIAMILTON . ......... . Lancaster, Kentucky JUNIOR COIJLEGE B, S, fr.: Marlmvp Vlulig Beethoven Vlulig Pnl'-tte and Brush Vlubg Athletic Asso- cizttinnl Y. XV. f'. A.: AI-irnher nr' Student t'uunr:il1 Missioiiziry Circle. "Il"hom fwixdom nzowfd-bu! in vain." Thelma is an exponent of poise. She never gets angry or fussed Or anything. She is sweet and just bubbling over with fun. Unusual, did you say? VVell, that's why we're telling you about her. ELIZABETH .ANN JOHNSON . . . ...... . Hopkinsville, Kentucky .JUNIOR f'Ul,l,EGE Fi. fl.: Mnrlnwf- Vlub, ' '-'ZISQ Beethoven f"lnh, 'ZZ-'231 Palette and Brush Vluh. '32-'ZZLQ Y, XV. f'. A., ' '33 Officer Of lwlissifinury Circle, "'!g Athletic Association, '23, "lVl1al's in a name?" "jabhy's" her name, and there's everything in it. Some of us believe it's magic even, for every- body likes "jabby". She talks all the time and we are glad to listen. Tradition says that even the "Bell" is silenced. N I nr-P 'P-3 ...Ll li i 1 at ,,. ,,, i ,,..L,. l elf U .r ,f:- . v' I 5-il - l .ff l ,, ! .5 l .f it If Q 14 lfl iff A All . A lx.-'Q ,J if ll ,lg -l 'wie' l 'El .lx +2 .fl J, .ill gl if ,U fl f ll ill .ffl 'i 'll 5- ci iii .s A il L l . 1, ii.-JU 133 -., 'B 1 7.14 'ff' full -"gil i 'ill' . am, tel f . -KW . it J' --uf A' 'A .1-,, i 1 A- ' 2 1 ig i 12 5 em if A, , . 39 ii f . 3 V ik . ., ,O ,. N . .... N, ' it A emma'iwfwvewwfffmaaeifserafaem I 5"-O . ,. F2 f l rl O fl We nf.'Qlliislffig3l13mll1l?iu fr.i 1ll will V u - ---.w4,,,p.a5LgJ O mQ:,rfU7???Qmqmammmnmm9 2 ,- .,,TY,,-,-. . ., --- ,,,,, ,, ,, w-,W -Q Ji-'56 NF " .. V5..5.fl X A 'EKU if A f, H i l l g'fil'TT'T"f""f'Tf T1 i u:.Ll4..4-Q..i.i,, , 'gf' e , , me at .V ij Q4 r 2' , to , . V. gi s at lg f' E i , - i i. v. 1 ' ll ' i t A 1 lie it 1' 1 , , . - ii , . , X, ,v l , I ,- ,l, f' li . I i K Q . Q 1 ll i it 'CTA arm-U if CIIIOI' Class lXIEl..'XNlE Ciuwrox l,i2l3of:Qt'nT ...... . . . Little Rock, Arkansas .ll'NlllIi f'4ll.I,I'Illli Phi Uni'-gag AllII'l'lXXu Vlulig lim-Ili-vxwili Vlulig Sw-4-iw-Iziry Y. XY. l'. .X,1 Sluwli-nt Vounwilg ,xtlilitiv ,Xssin-ixutiouig llniniltoiiiaiii St:1I'I'1 l':1Im-tli- null lilllSll Vluli, 'l'1'l-nS- urfr. 'SIL I'ail1x Yours Vlulu. .. - . F' A1 Iflltlfllf, ll 11'!'l'tHIll'l', ami, of mzzrsr, zn lnfzwx' ,I if VVha was it that devlaretl th? French are fickle? lWelanie is a gwonl sport, who puts pep anzl enthusiasm into any unxlertztlaing. She has had many affairs more or leazy serious, hesicles wearing many frat pina. VVe are eagerly awaiting her final tlceision. FRANCES Ioxe CJGILVIE . ........ . Princeton, Kentucky .IUNIMR t'rvl,I,EfZIC R, S. 0,3 Evlit-lr ol' Hllillllllllllllilllu, '23-'!IZ: Mnrlmv:-, '32-'JAC H1-m'll1nYlI1, " ' I':1lAttn- nnil Iirusli, 'II-'IZCQ ,Xszsistnnl Editor "lllH'IlllI4Plll1lll", '22, "Gnziuy it no! ar7zzi1'ra', lzul zz gif! of Ifn' gods." llamilton claims a genius in Frances. Soon we shall he reading her stories and plays in leather- bound volumes instead of in the llamzlfonialz. VVe all regret that Frances' illness prevented he: staying to graduate with us. i ii 140 i l W 1 ...-, a.--..,...-74----- 4- A . . VV.V - I . - . . . Y. H ,, .-.Al -1 . 1 ."' . ...lg ,....., ' . I s I - l . 1 1 SC1'liOI' Class ALICE PROCTOR NEEL. . ......... . . Corydon, Kentucky .JUNIOR VOLLEGE Marlowe Vlubg Y. XV. f'. A.: Athletic Association, French Ulub "Her smile is like the rainbow flashing from a misty sky." XVhy Alice ever thought she could be happy at Evansville, we never could understand, for once a Hamiltonian, always a Hamiltonian, you know. So she returned to us at the beginning of the second semester, and we all rejoiced. The class would have been incomplete without her. The Annex will not soon forget her speech at the farewll party given there two years ago. FRANCES Trroxiasox . ........ . Paris, Kentucky JUNIOR VOLLEGE B1-elhov--n fflulig Athletic Association: Marlowe Clubg Cecilian Club: Y. NV. C, A.: Associate Editor of "Hamiltoni:tn", '22-'23. "Charms strike the siglzl, but meril twins the race." Profound respect is due the pupil who gets a passing grade in European History with Dean Boyce, and that is what Frances has done. Moreover, she has the respect and affection of many friends, who wish her success in whatever her after-college vocation may be, We hope Kentucky, rather than Florida, will be her place of residence. 141 , 1 L Q fm cf' 4- g . , ,K Tf. ,W sim- , ., P-f . I-fn L I 1- 1-1 af , --,1 1- ,f-f 1-'V , ,f , +1 l.Q.frl1,etr:.re-:ms.taye r-,.111,1..4...l li- he 1 ' T A . U!! , ,4,,:g!111: 1 W ' - --1 '14 rt' 1. 1' 1 W :- 3111! , "X ,,Mi!: 1 i U3..QJ,.-i-l l .V .-1:5 .u . 1 Y-, 4 1-i-.fs-e Y sf, 1-:ms1'-Q--t+1....-.4.,t.g...-s.1,.1J..,e:.. .Q . ,lil lies, 1l l l l 1 l' W ' g 4 ll 1i1L.m.......54T. .-F-an-by --H-1-1 :L-Qfff:-fiff iz-'Ziff-. f Y-, , I iim -,,, ff:"r'A'F K 2 Hg l if if H ff rl ii 1 - ,l l 5 K s s A- like 'E 1 ' 2' 5 S F' 1 '5 , ,- 1 1 5l . l li' 5 ' Q ' I 5 1 . . . I ' lr, ,E 11 L' li a 'l , L 110 .Q 5' it? :1Q Q? .1 if? fi -1 :gi lb Shi. QM, jmv 4 l l 1 6I'liO1' Class FRANCES T.XTE . ........... . Stanford, Kentucky 1'4YI.I,l-Itili l'lll'Il'.Xll.X'I'HllY K, lv. S.: l'Il'SlllI'lIl ul' Vlzxssr '31-'jiig S4-wr--l:ur'y ul' .Xtlllt-liv ,Xsxm-i:1lim1, 'iiig ' .XSSlH'izllv- l'l1lll1vl' ul' "ll:ll1llll1vl1i:lll", 'jill Kl:ll'luXY1- l'lLlll Illlit-vl', 'fill l54't'll1ux's'llZ 17 Al1'l1llN'l' ol' Stull'-nl 4l'Pl1I14'll, 'JZCQ Y, XY, l'. A.: l':ll:'llv :ind Brush Vluhg Cust in rl lfrxzn I'l:u', '::g In-1111.-u vnu., '21-'32, ' 1 1 'hllltf mnrl dilvifzfly fair." Frances accomplishes the dillicult feat of heing everyone's ideal without the slightest tinge of ' atfeetation. She is noted for her well-known interpretation of "Harvey", of "l'Iarvey and Hazel" fame. ' , 1 rl! 1 ll 4 1 ELRA E. VVooo . ...... . . . . . . Greensburg, Indiana Q I 4-1n,l.11:n:14: I'lllCI'.Xll.X'l'HllY 5 il -A li. IP. S: Yiv-'-l'1'vsi1lvAl1t ol' Vlnss, 'lf'-'UU-'UIQ M:u'l4vw4'g Vim-4--l'r1-sich-nl ol' Y. XV. 3 5 ' V, A., '21-'Ili S"4'l'4'l1ll'X of Y, XY, V. A.. 'Z'-"'Z!3 .Xtlils-tic' .-'tssfwiutiolig lit-1-tliovi-111 l is' I'ult-ttv :infl Brush l'lul1. ' f ".1 llnng nf lzfazzly I5 ll joy forr-ver." if ' Evelyn has a "pet peeve"-to he complimented on her "marvelous complexion" and to he likened ill unto one of VV. T. Bendas' women. Besides these, Evelyn is famed for her inimitable sarcasm ' E and unusual literary ahility. ' T y lj, f f 1, 1 11, 5. 1 1 li' I-1-2 . f'1-.J,.,1,-I Q.-5,-.:,, , Q, vt ,Z , , -,... ... t- ,.f-,. 7,1 ,..,1-,'- .YL W., . V f-- , "1 l,":i'-.il .' 1' -Zvi! -"fi: ",'. -e..-:.L j aigixvtaf-34,3-.-.-L... -. ,azf-gg f- - fg-9-3-v'---- ---A------f--'H -'H---'-P" 1 ' ' 4-1 i liE'!lIitfVXl l l " l l 1 1 i l l i .1 1 z.OLQDZUZCOZQDZOZOIUZCZIDIQZOIOZQZoiiiioTo?bfiToT6?6bfii1oiofi ' L " ' Ti 1 f -.J -1' H, i '- Q i bjonlo, f f ' -f A ---- ff f --lJ.x.i.Lw-Q ' , i - 1. l ...... ...A u.. : : Q b- AY Y Y fum Yi hi 'I' """""" "' ' ' ' WV Y ' ff - -A if - i i -wo 'l f Q is eJ3Q9! 'i' . V i 1 W' 'mf is ll u . , - , -W -.. ,,....,, M, , ll ggi QS ' Moe' I' -i Qi-5. lei . i If 1 lg L--lf 1 l - - - , U I A Q 5 -. i l l, 35 Q 3 i 'W Q 'L 1 li-- ! if T l iii - 'Le f 1. if . ' ' me 'l , I ' 'QM f' Q "- 5 l J. 5 s A g l I' g 1' l. V ll ,N fi 6 ij - l i.. f E 6 f ll ' 'S E r 3 2 17 i f . - i ' ,,', f 'Q ' l 2' 14 'l ife av 5 i Q I T 12 gl , i y . . 3 Q i Q 5 l I - " 1 ' I 3 - 4 I fl - Ve' -Y - f i - i - 'ii i 3 . 1 3" . 1 i .gli . . jr? +1 s N Senior Class s , -J, . fl ' 'V ' 4 l 5: DOROTHY' CRITTENDEN CONNER ......... . Chicago, Illinois bf, ,, r'oLI.EGE PREP.-XRATORY 'jg l is. K. D. S.: Marlowe: Ben-tlioven: Palette- and Brush Club: Vice-President Senior Vlass: Vic-6--Pu-siclent of Atlilctifl Associationg "Hamiltonian" Staffg Y. VV. C. A.3 ilftjl Chef-r Leader. if ri .Fi "T!1fy fzclm lzafvr originality in tlzmnsrlfvfs fwill not rffvolfve as satellitfsf' 1 g Dorothy is everything that we'd like to be-witty, talented, attractive, and accomplished. Whether - 4 on the Hamiltonian staff or in the dance room, she seems equally indispensable. Hamilton won't ' ' ,fl be Hamilton without Dorothy. ' u I Ev f' I '55 7 l , g I SUSAN RIDGWAY . ........... . Falmouth, kentucky W' r'oi,i,EGE PILEPARATORY W l 3 cl .ii K. D. S.g Marloweg Y. XV. f'. A.: Beethoveng Athletic Association. I QI 2 " 'n Ji i "lVoman, znronszxlrnfy is thy namf!" -1 . . . . . . ll! " One never knows just exactly what Susan is going to do next. Consequently, she is interesting. She has a depth to her that, if she ever deigns to use fperhaps through the medium of writingj, X 4 1 I vill make her and Hamilton famous. Here's hoping she deigns. 1 xl X ff' i ll, 1 B '. 4.3440 ig., A.: 4 fi x - f'-' it-'Qi Sgt ff ish '4 143 la.iiliygo,s e our sg .-14A ' i ' W W4 www? llllll llllllllllllillllllllllllllllllll ' llllllllll IFC . -4 Y ,, "if, Mig' 'Auf' in "dll lipid" ' , 'I 'lllfdljll H lf '33 '-'L' ' v ' - v --rv - . . , .. .. s L. -'i'-'5'f'P1'f0-10.0.l.a.o.o:o.o:o:o:o.e:o:oo7oto:o:to,o:o1o,o7o:o,o Q f f uv:-G-.fusr-..-1:-is-.fi-H-Q,.......,., ' ' i ' Q if f , ' . f- .1 ,-us ,. J, , Y' , - p i l l l 4 - V' ' sv . v v H CIIIOI' Class HELEN l"lORSI.l?Y H.KGX'.iXRl7 ........... .Lexington, Kentucky c'Ul,l.ICGE l'liEl'AliA'l'HRY Sigma Gzimma llnnnrnry Sm-iwty, '20-'jilg S4-on-tai'y ul' Figinn Gamma, '21-'22: l'i'wsinlt-nt nl' signin llnininn, '23-'EIIQ Pu-sitll-nt ol' Flnss, 'El-'Zig Marlowe Vlub, 'ZIIYISEQ lfrn-nm-ii Vluli, '21-'23p Atlil--tit' ,Xssm-izitinii, '20-'liii Iifllilll' Roll. 'EU-'23. "Good, gay, runnin! of souls." l'Ielen's the most likable person we've ever seen. VVe don't believe she has an enemy in the world. She simply radiates cheerfulness-not the inspired Pollyanna kind, but-well, we Can't describe it, for it's individually "IIelenic"-but we like it. . Versailles, Kentucky JOSEPHINE TL'CKER HUGHES .......... f'UI.I,EGE I'IiEl"ARA'I'ORY Sipnnzl Gamma Honul':1l'y Sm-it-lyg Tl'C'H.SUl'l"I' nf' Sigma Gamma, '22-T131 Beethoven f'Iul1, 'lil-'flip Mnrluwi- Club, '154-':3g Y. XV. l', A., '19-'Z3g Athlt-tic Association, 'fn-1 --vi 0 --- -.-. "i-Ind rhasrisf Qwilli lllr fvalor of my tongue." VVe've always been a little afraid of Josephine. She has a Gillette edge on that tongue of hers that makes one sit up and take notice. Nevertheless, everybody likes old "Jo", and has a strong respect for her opinions. Wal i 5 , L It 2. 144 A :- i...TTI,. 1:51:21 1 V It .. ll t.t:o QQllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll nn fM?,l llfmlS!l l NQ IIIIIIIE l'l'l'l'.'l'l ".'I" l'l'll l'.'l'i'O'l O'l'l6l'l'lTO 0500001 Q Y i . Y ' 4 ' .ffl , ' Y Y H .Y ! 2: ll IQZ3 V QE ., .-- ,Wes . , A..,,AAAA.,.,, .,,, ,.... . ,.4 ., -.. . is , Q IE :S as ' l En. QE ' ! is 1 gg il gg -I l - di i IQ UE . ! QE l !i QE l .-'T I .Z I . is l 3 SE l as 1 Q:-2. , 5 QE Ai I .7 l 'P -V .E - is-Q WE ' f 'E T E! : l S!- ': I :0 9: 'El 0: f ' 'E -" i 1 Q QE 4 f. ' E Q ij: P -- "" ll , l ' :Q - : I 'E w 0- l . .i 1 3 :E Senior Class l s 3 -' 5 .3 V! , . g OE , . V 'r ' QE BI.-XRIE LOUISE FIELDS . ..... ....... . . Lexington, Kentucky i e g COLLEGE PREPARATORY Marlowe Vluop Beethoven Clubg Athletic Associationg Cocilian Clubg French H- Club '22, H . I "Thou sayfsl an undispulzd flzing in szuh a solemn way." U' . .... e l ' 'N OE To Louise is awarded the handsome bottle of sulphur dioxide. She is the animal Chemistry shark. :E She knows exactly the number of molecules of H20 in the Kentucky River. 55 l Q O3 , - ' '- 1 gE BERTHA CLAY l1CCLL'RE ............. . . Lexington, Kentucky e :E c'or,LEoE PREPARATORY H Mission Fnunt-il, '12-'23g Y. XV. ff, A., '22-'23p Palette and Brush Club, '23g Ath- ,, .E le-tic Association. 5 5: . O 5: "She speaks, bflzafzzes, and ads just as sfzc should." QE l Si :E Bertha should be dressed in hoop skirts and a powdered wig. Here we have a charming, genuine f .E old-fashioned girl, without the proper setting. We think Bertha is the sweetest girl on earth. , O: ' ' v ' UE l .T ' Y ye S -1' I l s .Q OE ll l -.Q 05 ' , 4 9 :E Wt, er ..- gQ , " 'N l --... 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Humphrev, Ixentueky lg if . . , , 1'Hl,l.I':1:1i I-ltr-1l'Al1.A.'rimlcY if , rr li.-ilrlwv.-113 St-i-rt-tary ul' Missiomii-y Vin-lo, '22-'22!g Y, XV, K", A.g French Club, lb '31-'Zig "Il:tiniltuuiun" St:xIT. '22-'231 Allult-lir Assot-iulion. H 'Kimi l1r'J juxl -'wild abou! mf!" Martha can ying, "l'm just wild about Harry" with just the proper feeling. VVe don't know who the young man is, but we do know l1e's mighty lucky, for Martha sure is Zl fine girl. ir g.. if l V Ni-XNCY Ditxkxfxnv NL'NNELI.EX' ......... . Lexington, Kentucky we f 1-nI,l,I24:I4: I'llliI'.XIi.VI'l'bllY ' 3' . St'l'l'l'l2'lI'B' ol' Vlnss, H: 'l'rv:1s11rn-1' of I'l:1sS. '22g Marlowe-g C'w-eiliang Athletic' il .XSSUQ-iztlillll. gi . 5, "Thr Irvs! gzfl of Ihr' gods I5 przzdrnrr, ilu' nfxl, audariiyf' ff E,- . . . l if VVe firmly believe that Nancy knows everything. At least, everythlng we don't. She responds Q with maddening accuracy after our failure to recite. Despite this annoying habit, Nancy has ll made many friends, and yve're mighty sorry she's going to leave us. il it it fy , - r Y H. it i l " I. W 'V l. - i Qi 5' 146 an 2.4. t Q Ji? H ,J if ' ' i 1, t , A ,...,.'L.-L ef- -gf--7-'g":"r7 "'t . + ,,,,-ff 2 ,H Y ..,:., .. Y., 5 ,..:., V' -'H 1-95-,. K.. --, 'ff ' Qlllll' ' LILO' ' P f?1f1'E:1. I E. ea gil . ll' X. CD1 il. 0.0. ll. I 101011. O. 'UIC Ill' !.l.l.l.l lil!!! 0.10.1 lllll .C wx. if -"ii -1-L? A'-jffflyif-ir'-. vii- -fire-31-jaxa -A rsfunrfvsi- .swf ' -:Q-,iii .QI . ,,..r, - ,V4,iY-ev' J: H L ,:,:T,V. Y F ,Q v ,A , Y '-'VV N , ai.,'-'-:J-'-.f- L 'ELM Ig. nijsng-jhgj H. 1 17, 1 1 I 1 1 ' ,,. - ,1A '1-E' '1' ,fi , ' T , ' , . 1 -Y f Y- V- -- f --W ---W , --7-er ,i7.,f- 53,4 1 1 1 1 X21 Fl Bill. f- - - - -- - 7-W - --YA - 1 --i1-.--A..+,,..,.,.-... , Wal SIIIOI' C 355 'XI am JL LIFT LETTOX Parls, Ixentucky IOI I LGE PPEPXT YIIJRX arlmw- 1 lub o n A P'1l1tte 1nd Brush Club Xthlo IC XSSULIHIIOI1 Ind much sludy IJ ufarznrss to the lz We bellexe Marx rs gonng to be a professor of entomologx, or somethlng luke that Her mterest ln gnats pmnts decldedlx toward that SCIENCE At least Mary wull never turn to Chemistry for a lnellhood XTIRGIXI-X Ros 11.112 CLARK Lexmgton, Ixentucky IULlEf1E IPLP-XI XIOPX wixdent Freshman flux Hvmfn Poll 14 91:..m'1 Cammfr 11 0 1 r 9 ,ma famma Hnmlltonnan St iff X Marlowe Bfflhfnrn I llettf and Plush fluh Xthlftmc ASSOClltlUIl If lzfnre all llzzs lcarnzng? Hath thy toll O er books consumed the mzdnzghl ozl?' Our Student and stall we gaze and gaze and gaze' And every dav, 1n every way, our onder grows and grows that one person can absorb so much knowledge and stlll remam so thor Ollghlv delxghtful Xlrgxma, you get the cake nv I . l-1 1 , E1 . , 1 I . fl 1 , . - 1 1 , . r Q ' ' ' 1 ' I ' 1 . 1 1 W, Y , Y , .. I .A I g 1 l , V -,.. 1 A ..,r -, L4 ' S ' 1 . A ' f - - ' 7 ' " J , 7 ' t ' , i. ' , ' . ' M ' 1 ' 3 BP-1-th Ye Club: Y. XV, 1'. .2 1 ' 2 2 ' 1 I A t' . u ' ' fl JJ . ' F51 . , . H ,, . ' ' 1 f Y v ' . j E Y V. ' .Q .o , 5 , ' ' ' 7 W v v 'I v f . I . , t 4. A :I L , 5 Z l Pu' , ' S ' 'z.'.': ' . ,' f-'10-'21-'22-'Sill C 5 1-'2 -'ZZ - . f '22-'zfig Se-1-rwtary and Trf-:lsurer of Sigma Gamma, '20-'21-'ZU1-'23lg Vice-Presirl1-nt . - 1 ff Hi" 3' . 'ZZ-'Z31 " 2 ' ' " 2 . '22-'ZYIQ Y. YV. U. 1 .Q ' ' ' 3 i Q 3 'Q , -' y .' ' gf -': .' "2 ' . , , f rr 1 ' ' , ' 1 f -' , . . , , . . . 7, , . 1. .' , ui ' , Y - 1 1 . 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Q he i E-Q I E! 51 Ei I' X lh ' tl 1 E2 l :Q 1 5 ' - Z., ' N : E2 ff l i Eg 4 1,1 ,V 1 ... 4 , sig , as -6 1 I E! i :Q -- Z I j' j' l . . AY P ' l ' , l 2' ' Y L. . ,,.. . ' ., ..,, :,. it - . 4 . W U ' 1 S ' C1 2' CHIOI' 855 gi, l E: T N1 ' Q ' L f ' 5' l i ARGIA CJRAH.-XM I3.rxii,m ............ . . . exmgton, kentucky :5 ' 1' c-m.1.lcc:1-1 1rnici'.x1:.x'rom' E! M 7 - l'nntziin ol' Dzislu-llvzill 'IR-ann. '21-'22-'IZZQ Alnimf.-:1-1' of 'IW-am, '22-H131 Ser-retary 1 :incl 'l'ru:ns1nw-r nl' Vt-viliun, '22-'Sill Ilfnmr Hull, '22-'ZJ33 Y. NY. C. A.g Beethoven: i Marlow--3 Athletic- Assoc-inliung Frenffli Flub, '21-'22, N "0'1'r rough and smoollz sin' Irzps along, and rzwvrr looks behind." A f J ' Captain Bailey IS the essence of enthusiasm. She always heads Ilflytlllllg pertaining to athletics. ill VVe're still singing her praises for her wonderful work in the victory over Georgetown. All right, K- I everybody-Fifteen for Bailey! Q -- 4 an 1- .i :! W i . . , - I -ey Lccx H. Feizctsow . ................ Paris, Ixentucky 59 s " m'm,i.1c11:r: I'1cl5I'.x1:.x'1'01iY Z. . ,, , 4 I Ti. S. 0.1 Mnrlnwi- Vluhi I31-1-llirwmi flllllil Y, NV, V. A.: 'l'l'02lS1ll'l'l' of Missionftry . Uirclt-1 I':1ls-ite and Brush Flubg Athletic Assoeiatiuni 1"i's'neh Club, '22, 3-Q ee :Q 'Q H . . . . -0 f Cmnt' and Irzp 11 as yr go, on lfzf lzglll, fantasize tor!" EI '55 1 jg ' Lucy 15 the "rush" of all Hamilton dances and, we hear, her popularity is not confined to EQ f ijt Hamilton. She is the object of great envy among the members of the Senior Class because ' her slyness in taking Chemistry last year. Ei .. trs. -. . H I :Q ' PM . Ei nw --P we ..- 'iw - E: p 1 jr' ini, - - , Y 1, , U ta e , ,W -:slits as L ,Yi u p U I' pvxzxm' 53 ff x 7 v - 1 t 143 V ! .. 'iii Q4 x 555 :E-s,",E'S5-.T Ffgifi Q l ' E ', ' V PA 2-gil e 4, -M ff S5 551.1 8 jig s efe"e "r"t" " 'Y " ""'eee'e"""-"W s .EEL iftsffrg A Q, i-I ll ' -Ylifiifj? 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'21-'22: President of Marlowe, '22-'Z33 Vice-Presirle-nt of Junior Classy Cast in Prize Plays, '21-'22g French Club, I IT v, ... 1 "None but herself fan be lzrr parallrlf' VVe are confident that "Mary Liz" has a bright and glorious future before her. Her great talent for lengthy and numerous announcements make that a certainty. Sure 'nufl, though, Mary Eliz- abeth is our pride and joy, and we're going to weep a sea and Cwe can't resist a punj, a Seay will weep when she leaves. GLADYS RIAE NIAHIN . . ............. Nicholasville, Kentucky f'oI,I,EGE PHEPAIzA'1'Oin' Ser-rf-tary ol' f'lass, 'ZZ-'23g Sm'c'retar'y of Beethoven, '21-'22'g Marlowe: Athletic Association: Y. YV. C. A. "JH mmplimrnfs to her are irilc, She has adorvrs left and rigid." K ladys is one of the cutest girls at Hamilton That amiable smile of hers has made her a favorite l th everyone in school It doesnt seem possible that little Gladys is graduating. We certainly l i X ' "Milli -A 'f is ' , I - ?E l l ' Z. 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Vzxlvinet, '22-'Elly Vnlottt- and Brush Vlulvg Alhle-Iiv Assovintion: l,filt'l'l' in Sopliomnrt- Vlziss. "l'arirfy is Ihr spin' of lift' Ilzal fli'7.'1'5 il all ils fIll'L'0l'.H "Skunktums" can imitate anything from a monkey to a Phi Delt. Iler favorite expression is, "Oh, ean't you just see?" Sometimes we can, more often we cannot, for her imaginings frequently surpass our lesser brains, hut we can see and know that "Liz" is one of the most attractive girls attracting. ELIZA Truce CALIJNVELL . .......... . Glasgow, Kentucky l'Ulilll'IfiIC l'RlCl'.Xli.X'l'4JRY K. ll. SJ Blurlowvg liz-1-tlifww-lip Y. XV. t', A.: Atlllvtic Assoviatimig Palette and Brush Vinh, ".l leindly srnilf fo all slff l1'nl." Trigg, according to one of her numerous admirers, smiles for three reasons. Two of them are obvious. The third is that she knows the hrst two. Seriously, though, Trigg has the most charm- ing personality of anyone we know. 150 .,,.v,,,., Vx -, ,- . 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A , i n ' T ' ., , 3 , .f I A ' ,Q , I 5:59 f ig 1..' - I f' I 3 X5 fl '- .t 5 Folors: CrimSOn and Silver Sophomore Class Rialto: "One for all and all for One" MISS JOSEPHINE POI,LI'l"l', .ldfuisrr ALICE YOUNG . ..... . MARY VANCE MCCLINTIC ANNE CAYWOOO TALROTT MARGARET FFHOMPSON . . ELIZABETH BISHOP ANNE MASON BRENT Nl.-XRTHA G. BRIIJGEFORTH KATHERINE CALDWELL KATHRYN CLARKSON AGNES CLAY NELL CLAY EVELYN COLEMAN SIQSXE EVERSOLE A -4 R., .aa-L-L.. .2 OFFICERS NIEMBERS JANE ALLEN GEARY TAANNE HALLEY FRANCES HERNDON DORO'I'HX' HII.LIS MARY IQATHRYN HITT LUCY JUSTICE ELINOR MANNING MARY VANCE MCCLINTIC CATHERINE PAYNE GAY PAYNE 155 ,, V, ,.,,.1-qfgliq., . . ... Flofwer: Crimson Rambler . . . . ..l're.vident . Vife'-President . . Scfrfftary . Trfasurer REBECCA PAYNE LUCILE ROBI3 KATHERINE STICKLEY ANNE CAYWOOE TALBOTT MARGARET THOMPSON VIRGINIA THOMPSON ELILABETH 'TURNER MARX' CATHERINE VVEBB ALICE YOUNG . . , 4 , ., if , I. , A . , 3 , V Y. 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I.1'cY Iflaxrzrsox L.xL'R.x IIAYMAKER VIRIPIYIX L'l,.xru4 N1.XllIAIl.X Fmmcsox MARY B. Ilonmzs Iinmu x C'l..xRKs0x IGS K,x'rHm'N JONES flrnl B.Ga 4 rulkr 'Vins SLOII M155 R051 Iazully IJ1'i.w'l'x . . . . . Pfltldtlll RIHX J H uf . I'ifw-Pz'rxif1'w1zl RIMS I IIIUII . . .S'f'41'.'111ry LLM lnlKfLQ0x Tfraszzrrr fnzluzv 1 nm! 11 IHIOIIIII f Ciwfz' FRANCES Smxriovlc El,lZABli'l'lI Sr-rixclik ANN TfXI,B0'I '1' LYUIA '1'rmHUN'1'ER FLIZABIi'I'Il TURNER CORNIELIA I"1'I,nY ORA XV11,s0x Z xiii! QA. S il D1 I I 3' Fl hi ills em II' VI. .. I I I Y I I . , I III' ,' I-A I 4 I 1 if -I 1. - .- I I +I' ' , V il uf - of I -Al --I I I EI? 1:- gilllllllll "P To , -, P979 :-,JI I I A - . ' . . ' - .:'-Z: C. --' - 'LLL' xslt ' '.""f-f' .. VC?"V'7'-f Gflhi 7 J 'Q Q, S if - - Q - - Y- .' - - . . . . . . , . Isgggggigpi I ' I 1 Y w A j-I Q-mg ,l.O.O,l.o.o.0,o.o.o.o.aIoIo.0Io.0.10.1qqop,p,n,gg,gjg,g,g,- In I E E-IjQ Hlg L! A i If llllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII fi A' K- I H 1 A I E+ ' I 'JI 'T'-Z"E'ff-T---YHo 'A I 11033 lg R AQ Hamilton College Athletic Association ALICE T. IQARR .... ..... C fllliflllllll , Y Q -' - H- A L-- A - .AAA L L -I-I--.-QgSL.J.lQ3l . :I A : -f A Q- A - ,A - ,-.MLW ,.................v .... - ......,..:. I MARY E. ,ANDERSON HELEN BACKER MARGIA BAILEY IQATIIERINIE BEST ROSE BERCER ELIZABETII BISIIIJP HELEN BOLEN MISS BOND ANNE BRENT MARTIIA GAY BRIIIGIf0RTII ELIZA TRIGG CALDVVELL Ii.-XTHERXNE CALIIWELL LILLIE MAE C.XRPEN'I'ER VIRGINIA CLARK If.-XTHRYN CLARKSON AGNES CLAY NELL CLAY ALLIE COLLINS ELSIE COLLINS MARY LUCILLE COLEMAN DORO'I'HX' CONNER MARY HALE COSTON RUTH CROWVE ELIZABETH CURTIS CLoI'II,Im,Y COI.l,.liL.X . . fllhlrlic Dirfdor IY1.XRfTIA13AIl,liY . . . . .. Mdll0ffl'l' MARGIA BAILEY .... . . . . Cafvlain P.Vl"I'Ili MCC DINNIS . . PI't'5id1'IIl RIICAIIXIZRS SARAII D.XI.'l'0X CIIRISIINE D.XL7lIIIliIl'I'Y VVlXll"RliD DAVIS M A K'l'l I A IfI.I,lO'I"l' SLSII1 HVEKSOLIE ZIILA I2VlillhOl,l-Q LUCY FERGUSIIN LOUISE FIliI.IJS EMILY FIIRTUNE VIANE ,ALLEN QEIQARY LAURA CIUNN I.I'CY HAGIN f?ER'I'RUIJli HANLEY PIELEN HAGYARII MARY PGTTS HAGYARII ALIIREW' If-XRMON JANE HASELIIEN LAURA J. HAYMARER MARY HERRIN LEILA PORTER HIN MARY BUFORD HOIJGES ELIZABETH HGLMAN ELIZABETH HULE1'T 170 AI I '-I II I C I II ,,.IfI I bf ' MII"- ' ' I 1 . - . ,' . . . . , Q QAZOZIZIIQIQTQTQo,o1l.ZoZoZoZo3.0Zo7n.o10391920109.90.03.0 S I JIISEPIIINI. HUGHES '1'lll1l.M.-X H A M ILTON LUCY .IUSIICE SNOW ,IUSTICE K.'X'l'llIiliINli JONES i'iI.IZABIi'I'II joIINS0N FRANCES KINNEY MELANIE LEBGS-IUET J EAN LEIIMAN MARY Lli'I"l'0N K.A'l'IlIiRINE LEWIS ALICE NEEI, IIILIIRETII MAGGARII GLAIIYS MAIIIN ELINOR MANNING BESS MAYES VVILMA MCCGRB PATTY MCGINNIS MARY MCCLINTIC NANCY NUNNELLEY MARY OMER GLABYS PARRISII GAY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE MARY IiA'l'HIiRINE PAYNE REENA VAY PERCIVAL MISS POLLITT SUSAN RIIIGWAY LUCILLE ROBB JGSEPIIINE SMITH FRANCES STANI-IOPE MILIIREII SWEENEY ANNE TALBOTT FRANCES -FATE ELOUISI-1 TEAEORII NIARCAVRET TIIOMPSON ELIZABETH TURNER CORSIELIA UTLEY MISS VVATSON DIXIE WHITAKER MRS. VVILKING KATHERINE WILSON EMMA LOUISE WYLIE LUCILLE WILLIAMSC ALICE YOUNG MISS HELEN KELS I MRS LONGMIRB If A I EA. 1 if r E' -3 u: ...Q gr. :. 1 117' :. 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Coarlz ' f NIARGIA BAILEY . . . . Captain l '-A I IXIEAIBERS OF TEAM I . l LUCY JUSTICE . ...... . . Forfward 5 rl ELTA DAVIS . . . . . Fore-ward I NIARCIA BAILEY .... ..... . Center I ALLISE XVEEB ...... .... G uard CHRISTINE IJAUGIIERTY . . . Guard ls A 4 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 6 f ,rj 4 January 6-Hamilton ..... IO Georgetown . . I4 ' +! January I3-Hamilton . . 25 Margaret Hall . 7 ' january I9-Hamilton 21 Millersburg . . 6 I K il February Io-Hamilton II Millersburg . . 4 l ' Al i 1 February I7-Hamilton 8 Margaret Hall . IO , - I l February 20-Hamilton . I7 Georgetown . . 8 l I C TUZFV 2 -1 ami ton . . I CS Cyall . . I A tl E h , 6 H I 6 W I 7 5 . . . e il 4' Q at A.-Y J I 4' QI' f .. , - A - 'Lin 54. 1 5 je 12 l ' - ... A I - A AAAA A ,mm - wa, I , than ,Q , , H V I mlnmnmalnnmnlnnulumlm - ' ' I I ....... 2"-'P-0-0-' 1'-1'-00.'L9.040ZQ.0.0.9,o.uToio,oiojoioiofofo. , . 'oTQ.0 , ,N .d- ,.. I rv .45 -Vu -.. n -, X , 35735 ' - 'f?'N1f71+f W 1 Hamiltonian Staff xc:-s QNLIINII- ...... .... E dilor-in-Clzirf III-mx Iluksmm' II.v:x.xR11 . , . Bll5illI'.V.Y Mazmgvr 'UL'l.X'I'li I':IJI'I'I Koxnumxx -lows Iilolmnlflll S1-:excl-:R klxxla Il.XNl.I mx l'iR.XXCliS 'l'.x'1'lc A v I-.xrlxx XXIYUIJ.. . . lil-,x1K1u.l.,xw'1' . . I-.xmx lnusl- XVXLII: . Mxlzrxx XX'1l.snx . Mxm Om-R . . M.xvu Ial.1f,xl:ml1 Ax I,.xL'R,xj.xx1-.iwxv . . . S.xR.x11 lJ.x1,mx . V1ur:1x1.xCl,.xkK . 1XI.XR'I'Il.X I':l,I.IO'l"l' K.x'111Rx'x I.liX'S'IS . 1NI1sl,,xx1P: I.lali05QL'l2'1 NIARY II,x1.ri C'os'mx lJoRrm'1'1lY Coxxlik 1,AxljR.x IIMMAKHR I3lEl'AR'I'AIIZN'I'.XI, ICIHTURS 'lJl.llSUX . . 172 E.Xl'fltlllfft' lzllilor . . .lrl lidilor . ,lrl lidilor . . . Allzzuznar . Y. lf. C. 41. Illiysiozzzlry Cirrlr' . . . .llfllrlirs . Cfli Drlla Plli Sigma Gamma . . . .Piano . . . Voin' . Exprzxvsiozz . . . .nlrl . . Humor . . Humor T73 if-5-::-' wr, -A-sugar, spy ,IQ -- ---'-- My 1' - wr 'yjf- '17-'-'Y-'guggjq 0101010207010ZbToToToToT9fo1of mu i n - ' n unu Illll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII - ' S 1 1 . 1 'i Z I - 01 Qi 0- .1 f : P - ui :- ,U U wg un it .- H 0 .- .1 mi 0 - '- I - di B3 1 U: 5-' 'ig Q2 3: Q1 .7 M21 .1 3 U Q gi ,1 - 2 - gi .1 pg.. 3 3: " 5: 1 R- .1 :Q 0 I 0 0 0 ' 0 0 0 0 . 1 5.1 -1 - r-1 Q .3 ,Z , .ug 9: 1, , Q 'Q 1 P1- - pe: - I Q 'Q Q ull N1 Q Q I- .1 Qi .U - 'il 01 'Q .1 .41 WW .A Song for May-Day The morning is dawning, . The bright sun is beaming, Be up and be gay! 'Tis the glad May-Day! And the queen we'd be crowning. Away! With a wreath of sweet flowers In ribbon-decked bowers VVe'll crown our fair queen, On the soft stretching' green, V In -the' morn's sunlit hours. Away! Then a dance for her pleasure, A glad skipping measure! The ribbons we'll wind, The May-pole we'll bind. Oh, 'tis jolly to know such gay leisure. Away! "lllIerrie old England" lives again at Hamilton the first day of May, and each year the institution-almost a tradition, now-has further identified itself with the ideals of Hamilton. Nowadays the lliay queen chosen is not merely pretty 5 she has attained a very good scholarship recordg she is a girl of personalityg she has taken an interest in school activitiesg and she is loyal to Hamiltonq It is a day of gladness, when our many friends crowd our campus to see the white, flower-decked chariot drawing our queen amid a procession of lovely girls, lovelier than ever in their quaint picture hats and their dainty organdies, looking, indeed, like the blossoms of the springtime itself. After the crowning, there are May-day dances to end a memorable occasion. i 174 IllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I 000000000000 000000000 I .t,, I , A , sr- I E gg. T' ' I, 1 I " .. 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MARY OMER MARGIA BAILEI' MARTHA JEAN HALE BERTHA MCCLURE ,A ' VIRGINIA CLARK SUSAN RIDGWAY I ELIZABETH HOLMAN 111 MARY POTTS HAGYARD LR gi 1 53:4 rf l I Glffi in E I 1 gk " Iii . .51 4 A 7"- ...jw I 6' I L 'if 1 x, 1 ---- v- Q "ly I . , L, ,, I A . N I II' T'TTIIT'fT'I mmm if 555:35 . A R. ++1:fFff:2fjT I 1 ' 'Y ,V " Q A-,fig W N F ' . ' ,,.,., -, ,I Mil l kj- 5 2 V 75 'WEA L.. , - Q ' , , ffl'--QI lp r s f' 'Wi 3 7" I I ' fi ETQ , 1. 24-All I 'WA I 'ga Te xl u wVvIi'i1:' ' wIPII IfHei ! iIwi53P?f. WQ1 E- 1..,.-E-.I I, .o:n:v,o:vImzomnzvflznzommwnf-1:n:9:a:-iormnrcgpI FRANCES T.'XTE, Jlny Quran 176 ICATHRYN JONES, First Lady in Waiting T77 I I ,,'v1y.y,..'.. . .,. Y, ,, V --W ..f1-ffyf.f. -N ' r 1. 'ZF .1 Tu I N M ,wy4H.M1f V' ww .0 Ae-.4---L.,'L,.1.',., ,, 4- !5H'y','fiM! ig' VV, -,-..-QQ , - 180 '1 n'- X Pk K. 1. I.- U 1. ns ,,. 1' - .L 5. 1 , n ,. . h- 1 i I x ? 181 T V. 1 rf' 14: . f Qtillifillil Q1C"""""'i"l"V 'Yf""T""Y" f :QQ ffiflfififliiflflflfbfififiiiflf0'l'O'l'l'OiO'0'0'O'l'l'0'0'l "" ' Claim- I oilllllllln lllll Um Q .I I ,QA 'l-- 'itll ll IL llllll lllll llllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEi ii Q 1523 V he 222 gf E' 9: E 22 C l cl E EE E gg SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 5 X 11-New girls gather material for first theme I-Y. W. C. A. party for new girls. E i cr ' ' ' rv , 2 Q N - My Flfsf Impression of Hamilton ' 2-P1 Kappa Alpha serenade with saxo- E 12-Old girls arrive. Much reminiscence-ing. phone accompaniment. E i 13-Registration complete. Fourteen Marys, 3-flabby" Johnson decides she likes Ham- E eleven Katherines and seven Elizabeths ilton better than Sullins. i E C . E among number' 4.-Phi Kappa Tau serenade. Good-night, E Classes organize. Mary. Liz! E :mn First convocationg many speeches. 5 FV strikes new note in coin r .d E . ' --J . ' u es-one sx e 2 i I4-MiSS Tilton buys yarn for her sweater. Straight, one Side ended. E I5-MISSQS VVatSon, XR7llllS: and xR71lS0Il re- 6,.Regnlation gym Suits arrive. Indoor E l turn from European trip. elasses begin' E 16-Lilly Mae Car enter urchases a goldfish. - - - - ,- E t P e P H 8 All go on special car to City AUd1t0llUm : I7-Fll'Sf church service. Everyone falls to hear 1:-ranees Alda, Soprano of Metro- E for Dr' Fortune' f politan Opera Company. Car "stays on E .. .N 8-Lillv Mae's gilded pet expires rom over- t ku : gs I ' . . . 'ac ' E dose of Ptekle Jdree- 9-Library chairs called into use because of E ig, I9lMiSS Rose returns from Fontainebleau, large number of men eauers. X E. If l Froheev Where She SPeht the Summer ro-Mrs. Wilson institutes search for missing E studying at the Conservatory. scrap-book. E zo-Kappa Alpha serenade. "Who's the boy H-Tho good Hart arrives. E an Wirth the edte Volee ru heard from the HU' 12-Catherine Payne elected president of E S drehce- junior MacDowell Club of Lexington. E . ," f 21-Miss Tilton begins sweater after con- I3-M1- and Mrs Emory Ross of Bolen ' 'E . . . ' ' ' gl : g sultmg everyone in school as to the num- Africa, guests of Miseionarg, Circle. i E gg ber of Stitches necessary for the oPe1'a' I4-MiSS Nichols addresses letter to her E Q 3 tloh- e e friend, "The Last of the Mohicansh. E :Q 22-Sehoes found m Corridor- Speohmg of Ce-1' 16-Athletic Association gives show in chapel. E R, t1Ped9S-well! Transylvania boys indi nant because of E Q . . . g - as 23-First table assignment. Much interest take-0E on Serenadesu E around hdlletth hodrd- I7-MTS. W. C. Stanley is guest of Mission- E Q 24."x7. VV. girls and Mrs. Longmire go to ary Ci,-ole. E I . , .. gg Children 5 Home for Story hour- 18-Miss Ophelia Carr has the honor of being E -'Hike to Bryan Station SPrmg- Wemer the first to take the celebrated plunge E ai roast. e e down the dining room steps. E i -'Students Cotmell Orgamles- Kathryn 19-Frances Thompson entertains some mem- E .lohesi President? Betsb' Spehoeri SCCFC' bers of the faculty at her home near Paris. E SL: tary- zo-Miss Scurvlock, National Y. W. C. A. Sec- E 'sehedtdes and Pods 3PPe3r oh doors- retary for the Southern Division, gives E QE -Naomi Montgomery and Hlldfeth Mag' chapel talk on "The Well-Rounded Life E - d be in re ortorial duties for Crim- f G' lf' : ia ear S P o a 1r . E gg 50" Rambiff 21-Hamilton girls hostesses at party for sixty E XI 29--Frances Ogilvie appointed editor of the children from Orphans' Home. Who h " E il Hamzltoman. the best time? fr I E 30-Evelyn reVtVe5 fad of hohhthg hair- 22-Candle light vesper service in drn i fe"-, E . 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' , I I . soo .O , - ga . wi nummmmmu u mumnimnuu nn mQfl l l ANAE " HM Iii UIIIIE' , - - 3 i 1 Z .7 i 1 ai 2 1 1 1 .1-n i 1 1 1 1 i 3 1 3 1 1 1 i 1 .1 1 i 1 3 1 i 2 1 3 1 1 - 1 1 Ai 7 1 .1 2 1 3 1 -7 1 1 3 i 1 1 - -- 1 -7 1 1 1 -1 -n 1 -n 1 1 1 i ,Z i 23-Announcement that "Aunt Hannah Harn- ilton" will help us to solve our problems if we ask her advice. 241M3Hj' go to see Denishawn Dancers at City Auditorium. 25-Margaret QVVartl Brennan loses her only hat, according to Mrs. Scott's announce- ment. 26-The hat is found. 2.7-Phi Delta serenade CU. 28-Hallowe'en party, stunts and dancing. Orchestra furnishes music. 29-DFCSS inspection for reception. Gala event of talfeta, chiffon, and sport shoes. 30-Beethoven reception. Ofhcial Hamilton 3 heart-breakers review prospects. 1-Reception for President and Mrs. A. D. Harmon and new members of faculty. Seniors assist. NOVEMBER I-The first of a series of interesting talks on dress. Miss Cornell, at chapel hour. 2-We go to Prof. Saunders' shop to listen in on concert given in Chicago. Janice Clarkson, a former Hamiltonian, pianist on program. 3-State freshmen invade Hamilton campus after bathing sophs in Clifton Pond. 4-Everyone goes to State-Centre game. Centre wins, 23 to 3. 5-The good Hart arrives a second time. 6-Elizabeth and Frances lose their voices. 7-Central Christian Church entertains girls with automobile ride and tea at Rose Lantern Lodge. 8-Second talk by Miss Cornell. Hats, col- ors, and styles of hair dressing discussed. 9-Hamilton plocessional at opening meet- ing of State Convention of D. A. R. at Lafayette Hotel. ro-College girls and prep seniors attend Transylvania faculty reception. I1-Mrs. Prather gives lovely party at her home for Sunday school class. 13-Professor Farquhar, of the University of Kentucky, discusses "The Lady from the Sea" in evening. Social hour in Dean's reception room. Marlowe Club tea Interesting program F- 1' l : F, l ll "I v- l I . Z '1 i .H bl -..:...:g.,-f...' . , ,.:, ,. I L 1 f Xi? it '-mf - ' E 5 183 ' ', ,WZ ' rsz-iylz Q T is 'A Ja' I -if -7? 2' ? 2 4 -Evening recital by students of Music De- partment. -Frances courageously removes cat from study hall. -Everyone is thrilled by "The Thirteenth Chair", given by the Strollers of State University. Pollick is favorite character. 18-Many unofficial reproductions of "The Thirteenth Chair". "I-want-Ned" is fa- vorite expression for weeks. 19-"Playing Square with Tomorrow" adopt- ed for study by Missionary Circle. First chapter reviewed by Martha Jean Hale. zo-Mrs. T. H. Johns added to our household. 21-Albert Spalding, master violinist, capti- vates large audience at City Auditorium. 22-Beethoven meeting. Mrs. A. S. J. Tucker plays. 23-MHUQ' causes for Thanksgiving. Turkey for dinner. Pioneers' defeat of Tigers at football assures holiday for Friday. Play given by Stagecrafters of Transylvania in evening. Holiday! 24.- 26-Y. W. C. A. has for its subject, "The Ideal Young Man". Mrs. Scotts thinks it is "Much Ado About Nothing". 27-November issue of Quarterly Bulletin dis- tributed. -Miss Rose and Miss Storlie give two- piano selections before Woman's Club of Central Kentucky. -Birthday party for those fortunate indi- viduals born in September, October, and November. Hand-painted place cards. DECEMBER 1-Tillie Ferguson resigns as president of Y. W. C. A. Betsy Spencer succeeds her. 2-Speakers from Berea College. We also hear "How Wildfire Won the Race". 3-Mr. Pao Heng Mao, student at Transyl- vania, tells of the girls of China at Y. W. meeting. 4-Basketball uniforms of gold and white arriveg much enthusiasm. 5-New Hamilton calendars on sale. 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' ' Q . . . . -1 lg 12-lNIarlowe reception, preceded by Frances 3-M1llmefY Shop Opened In Sewing labora' :E Ogilvie-S Playlet, ..-1-he Repair Shopo. tory, poke bonnets the result. :E 13-Bryan Station Chapter D. A. R. program -Ch3Pte1' On usefvicen 1'eVieWed at Mis' QE in chapel. Faculty entertain with tea. sionary Circle meeting. Class ollicers assist. -Attendants to May Queen have picture IE 14-Valentine in form of Elta Davis, made. Unusual array of poke honnets. . E 15-Prof. Dykema, of the University of Wis- -H3milt01'1 plays K6Htl1ClCy Wesleyan Col- 9: 3:-:T consin, helps us to awake "Brother John" lege- Lose by OUIY One Pffinf, made in jg ' from his prolonged sleep. last ten seconds of play. Score, I7 to 16. 'Q?"5,.,..v .QE 16-All hear Riccardo Martin, tenor, Metro- 7-New picture bulletins received in office. .: - Liivl 'IE politan Opera Company, 8-At chapel hour, Mrs. A. M. Harrison I7-Usual Saturday Shopping. Picture show gives interesting account of her travels .'Al :E parties in the afternoon. A few evening in Egypt. 52 callers, 9-Chi Delta Phi banquet at Phoenix Hotel. :E 18-Student Friendship Denial Week begins. I0-Many heal' the CrimSOI1 R21I'I1blCl'S in Q: 19-Austrian dinner served-one slice of un- their annual concert. 5 W ilrl :E buttered bread and cup of chocolate, 12-Stuart Walker's novel production of the zo-Georgetown College vs. Hamilton game. Book of Job at the Ada Meade Theatre. gg VVe win, 18 to 7. Captain Margia Bai- -Sergei Rachmainoff, Russian composer ley and Lucy Justice star in a team of and pianist, heard at City Auditorium. Qgiifl f"' . . ' ' l og stars. Miss VVatson blows whistle, snake I4-Mrs. A. D. Harmon tells of our mission- ,255 :E dance. ary, Dr. VVilmott, and his family, of the ',-- -, 21-Oratory galore in big "pep" meeting in University of Nanking, China. lg QE chapel. Emma offers congratulations. I5-Dean Bower, of College of Bible, speaks L Q :E Miss Karr gives us a holiday. Yea, in chapel. :E team! -All go to Transylvania for chapel serv- - 'fig QE 22-Colonial party in evening. George Wash- ice preparatory to drive for funds for our :E ington's orchestra furnishes music. Mar- CXt6I1Si0Il W0rlC in China- :E garet Porter Thompson wins prize for -St. Patrick's dinner in our dining room. lg best costume. Toasts and Irish songs. i :E 23-Coffin box and red lantern found on front 18-Senior privileges received. Not so bad, 0: 1 ' 'L--" - porch. after all. if , 'i , Q41 QE 24,-Mr. Milward, the undertaker, sends for I9-DCHH C. R. MClCh61', of the Ul1iVCrSity lig - :E coflin box. The lantern remains with us. of Kentucky, speaks on "The Appeal of 1 :E 26-Dr. Harmon inspires us to urge instructors Education", at chapel hour. Er' :E for extra page of assignment. 20-Change of tables. Usual rush for covet- .E 27-WC vote for the May Queen. ed end seats. in :E Z. 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