Transylvania University - Crimson Yearbook (Lexington, KY)

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'm,.'i,.L, is ----------'------'---------------------------------'---------------- E1 FOREWORD Euninnunnnuununuunnuminimunununnunuuuum As you follow the trail into your land of tomorrow, may this the I924 CRIMSON help you to remember the happy companionship of these days, the loyal friendships, and the ideals that have been yours here. It is in a sin- cere attempt to make this keepsake truly reflect the atmosphere and life of the old institution that we have introduced a number of innovations. We hope that this may ever be a reminder of Transylvania, the Col- lege of the Bible, and Hamilton, as they are today. Kentucky's pioneer university, which faces, too, the un broken frontier of the future. THE EDITORS. CD ZSEQN IQQ4 THE ANNVAL DVDLICATION OE THE IENIGD CLAIIEI Of TDANIYLVANIA COLLEGE THE COLLEGE OE THE DIDLE HAMILTON CULLEGE LEXINGTON KENTVCKY ff 5 P mnnnnnnnun:nunnnnnunlnnnnnununnnuunuuuunuunIn:nulllnnuunnunnunnnnunununnnunnnnenunuulnuuunnnnnnnm, s E ' U El Vvhere the red man tracked the pathless forest, Men of wisdom founded Transylvania As a torch to guide the eager people On the frontier of civilization. Peerless minds have blazed a way to prog- ress, Loyal hearts have worthy service given. With these stands our great athletic leader, Daring in high ideals, noble-minded, Pioneer-like in his strength and manhood. TO THEE. Militia EV. Svtmnari WE DEDICATE THIS BOOK EI EI I L gnnnn lnlllnril r N W V , 1 P l V : E . - - Eli llllll"' lnnnum 5. L Anhrmu Bauihznnx iiarmnn LL.D. THE MAN WHO HAS CAUGHT A VISION OF TRANSYLVANIA,S GREATER FUTURE, UNIQUE IN THE SERVICE WHICH IT WILL CONTINUE TO RENDER TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, AND WHO, IN THE FEW YEARS THAT HE HAS BEEN HEAD OF THESE INSTITUTIONS, HAS ALREADY DONE MUCH TOWARD MAK- ING TI-IAT VISION A REALITY. 'I' Q XX Ulf Q 'C ga .aj no X v x lb Q4 Of! ' A I I fri! llllllllllllllllllllllll11u111ml1111m111 guy' "'III1lImv-lllllllll In Zef fon !77a !ffOi 5115315 UHF 'W1111G11N1L Qi! fhefe fefrzirfan ac? f e ,oQrfaffg, Q cfzcfa ce afzdf Jfz zfize' can 0 ffefz 2446595 XQIQQLSHQGJ pf Q Z9 JCM 5:37 If fafcf C lg T5 ML 1121115 ff12AN5YLvAN OHREGF Of 1 li 11111113 ACIIVITIES ILTON D91 Wig' -J X. ' 1- LIE I bl O ' t H 512 ' ' ' Q13 Y 1 1 5 f f 3 1 1 -1 - F E ix? K L F11 1 S 1 k, 5 o V f?'if1S ' fx - f 1 6 4 f . f x -1 ,, I1 1. 1 -1 111 11lj11.N,. ' ' f- f41-- 11 11...11..,.1.l11 .11 .1.111r1.11. ,..1 .. 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It burned in 1829, and from its ashes, phoenix-lilfe, rose the classic lines and Doric columns of what passing generations of stu- dents have lovingly called MOM Morrison". Views of Transylvania and the College of the Bible 531. '- my elf X, N fl --1 R12 In lln' guirf liglzl nf l"Z'I'lIillj, old Jlflorrison lifls fwr rl11.v.fi1' fam' amid Ihr 7IIfIllIIl'iP5 of lhost' fwho Ilzrnuglz lln' frntzzry, fzrmw' iff! lwr-ma1'1'l1i11y un In lifr. -Lt, X If Qi 'inn-than 1,11 Ynfl Qcimls rijwplw joynusfy lllfflllyfl flu' lmmvxv ami trmlrils nf flu' ivy on llw Ifullmw nf lffr llilfll -'Lcllrlu' ,vlzzdrulf yn fUl"1L'llI'4!, zzlzfzilldwml, in Ilzrir ,vnllwlz for lrullf. B- -1 XX. 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'WU 'ft-. -5 N A-,4 :5,.-- Gif 4qG,'1,-f.:ffj X, - 12' W- ' t 1 - if L 'T ' -"'e?T " s' '-'FQ eflif s so -ef wa- Jug, -J:-21' ---:Q HE main building of Transylvania Univer- sity in 1799. From such an humble origin has risen an institution whose graduates number scores of famous American statesmen, jurists, physicians, and men of letters, and one which the class of 1924 will be proud to call Alma Mater. ransy vania College L N -Km Q.. X 1 ' ,lfmn V ,JW RW .X N .IN-' Qty!! A Jin D 4 A-. - in v- il, '!v,ffr X! E! 1 .21 fl iq? N Qi a L ? X Y5 , N ,ag 4iQ,,,f.. Transylvania College CUFFICERS OF THIS BJARIJ . . . l'rfsidwn! XV.IfIL1MEI.oGAN . . . ...... . . . . R.JU1.mx Es'ru,1. . . . . . .Sefrftary JOHN T. VANCE , , TI'f'flj1ll'f'f Ex EC UTIVE COMM ITTEE J. R. BUSH, Chairman SoLoMoN L. VANMETER JAMES C. CARKICK R. J. ESTILL J. NATHAN ELLIOTI' Anvlsokv COMMITTEE MARK CoLL1s F. M. TINDER R. R. GIL1'NER Evskmwr S. SMm1 VV. N. BRINEY 17 mam jmmm EWLWSNM HIQQKQB GYM , S I Q Ili Bl 1' . if I 4-'L . THE U ff 1 f fl' 512. ff ff ' 3 1 xi, . lf' '- f--, E is Eg X fl .X C' ill' ,i-"JE X ' L 'Vi 4 .ag - Faculty THOMAS BENTON MAC1XRTNEY', ,IR . M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Greek Milligan Polls-ge. A.B., 185953 Graduate Student, Vniversity 150025 ibid., M.A., 19023 ibiil., fm-ssur ol' Greek sinre 19063 15406-1908, 15:21-1922g Dean of 11906. ibid., M.A., 19001 of Virginia, 1898- Ph.D., 19033 Proe Acting President, the Colle-gc since NIYRNA BUYCE, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of History Vniversity of Iowa, A.'R.g ibid., M,A.g ibid,, 'l'h D.: l'roYessur nf Histnry, Palm:-r College, 1919-1EI21g De-an of XVome-n since 1921. ELMER ELLSWORTH SNODDY, BLA. Professor of Philosophy Hiram Follege-, A.B., 1896: Graduate Student, Vniversity of Chicago, 1897, 1901-19023 Uni- versity nl' Michigan, 1903: Yale University, 1909- 19103 iluid, M.A., 19103 Professor of Philosupliy since 15114. ERNEST CARL MILLER, M.A. Professor of German and Merhaniral Drawing Ohio Ifniversiiy BS., 1911: Centre College M,A., 19133 Graduate Student, Northwestern University, 151153 Graduate Student, University uf Chicago, 19183 Assistant Professor Modern Languages, 19115-19155 Professor ol' German since 15018. CHARLES ALBERT RIANEY, M.S. Professor of Physics Vniversily of Minnesota, A.B., 19133 University oi' Chirugo, MS., 1E015g Graduate Student, I'ni- vcrsity of Chic-ago und University of Michigan, Professor of Physics since 15420. CEIRDLER BRENT FITCH, M.A. Assisiant Professor of French Transylvania College. A.B,, 19213 Univ:-rsity of tiliicago, M.A., 10233 Assistant Professor of French since 15133. I8 IHWSQ WDAN fsilrfillewwllfil. i994 K ,N 17 int ,A W" , B52 Ei: U' X i x I' I . WVU ,ig ' ... Qzgji Q-533, X, if ' .,,,i .. X 1.21 mi 4 , i . 2 - A .H K. ii I H ,ix Y AL!! 6 M, I., -1,51 1 , t e s is f a Faculty ERNEST NVOODRUEE IDELCAMP, M.A., Ph.D. Professor of Latin Kcntucky f'l'i-ansylvaniaj University, A.B., 1007: Transylvania Vniversity, M.A., 1909: Graduate Studcnt, University of Chicago, for two and a half yearsp ibid., Follow in Latin, 1917-19185 In- structor in Latin. 1908-19161 Assistant Professor. 1916-19183 Ph.D.. University of Chicago, 19233 Professor of Latin since 1918. ISAREI. XVOLFE HEMENWAY. KLA. Assistant Professor of English University nf Ncbraska, A.B., 19095 University of f'hicag'o. M.A., 1912g Instructor of English, Transylvania Pcllcge, 1919-19203 Assistant Pro- fessor since 1920. CLARENCE CAAIREELI. FREEMAN, M.A. Morrison Professor of English Lilerature Kentucky Vnivcrsity, A.B.. 18833 iliid., M.A., 18883 Graduate Student, University of Chiraiqo, Summi-rs 1006, 19165 Professor of Englisli, Kon- tucky fTransylvaniaJ Univcrsity, 1892-1905: ihifi., Dean, 1904-115053 Professor of English since 1900. LEONIDAS REUBEN DLNGUS, M.A., Ph.D. . Professor of Romance Languages Milligan Follego, A.B.. 1894, University of Vir- ginia, M.A., 19073 Ph,D., ibid,, 1914: Graduate Studcnt. University of Chicago and Vniversity of Berlin: Professor of Romance Languages since 1920. -IAINIES MAURICE SAUNDERS, B.S. flssistanl Professor of Chemistry Franklin College, B.S.. 19153 Instructor in Radio Theory in Vnited States Naval Radio School, Harvard Vniversity, 1917-19183 Assistant Profvs- sor in Chemistry since 1920. F Lovo VV. REEVES, M.A. Professor of Education Huron ifollcgc, South Dakota, B.S., 1915, Uni- versity of Phil-ago, M.A., 19213 Graduate Stu- dent, University of VVisconsin, 1916: Graduate Studcnt, Vniversity of South Dakota, liolsg Graduate Student, Univcrsity oi' Chicago, 1922- 19233 Professor of Education since 1923. l gg 5 lmao 'ioANsifi,vaNiA loo 'W 'T' I THE J u X j L, -5 vlh 1: , f f 3,1-I gr , , , ' QL . l is X L Q-,GUI 497' - 1 W Q.: - A . - XX T. 1- ' f ,Qi 1 , ,Q Q f - R+ ff-' ' - 11 - 'ff - -- 1,25-glfm.-fn 1 Faculty - EDWARD SAXON Profzxvsor of Iixpression and Public Speaking Pupil of Austin H. Morrill. Vanmlvrhilt Uni- vorsityg Grzxfluate of the S4-howl of Expression. Boston, Mzxss.g I'1'ol'm-ssur in 'I'1'unsylvz1nia since 12014. HENRY LLDYD, B.S. l'rof1's.mr of Mallzmnatifs and lslronomy Kr-ntucky Vnive-rsity, B.S.. 1S93g Gremlin-ite Siu- dunt at tha- Univvrsity DI' Uiiicfagfv, 1895-INEDS, 18951-1900, :md 19093 Fvllnw in Mathematic-s, University of C'hiL-up:o, 1SE17-19001 Iwnfessnr uf Mzitlwniatic-s and Astronomy since 15902. ALIEERT IIARRY XVILSDN. RLS. Proffssor of Biology li. S. I-larllmin Pullvprv. 191151 I'1iivf-rsity of Vini- wliro, BLS., IJLOQ 1'l'lll'L'SSUl' in T1'zuisylx'zn1izL Since 11323. ROBERT POVVIZLL, AB. Dirfdor of qlrhlciics '1'1'a11sylx'zuiia, A. B., 1923. HARLIIE SMITH, A.B. Promofianal Svrrvtary '1'1'ansylx'zmia, A.B., 1922. VIRGIL F. PAYNE, MA. Proffssor of Chrmislry ,-MH., VV1-stniinstm' Uollegv, Missouri. 150163 M.A., l'nix'v1'sity of Missouri, 19213 l'D-utgrzulumo XYD1-lc. Vnivvrsity Dt' t'hiQag.1D, 1922-19:32, Prom-S. sur in Tl'ill1S1'1VZ11!i2L sincc 15123. 20 H1780 EWQAXN SYMW NHAT iiQiQ1fi dy N mt WI' , A5 . 7iY 'QAHSQLQW ,fx-W. ' 1 T, x 'Y ' ,fx I 37 Qi.-Eff lx N , gk 2 .qlxh I X :HQ-g5Qfi'.3iisgli-L, W iff i"- 4 V '? p'37'fi3 .A'.7 A i ' , Q 1 ' I A Af I' .4 , X FX, 'X I wQ.f.K9',,,d,,,,,7,. f M S S I M7569 MQQZQ l . , .. V- ' 'f 'g r f. , V Q Tl'lI ii, - X z 'ig X lbw " ' ll 'v , 4 .-. 6' Y all- -'AV' N . ,xkx , ,ja xx X 1 Iqq, , ,.,.,f,1,,f - , 3 f , fra , . , .54 :QV ff, .ff all 'F E' 4 I . 1" 'i -JH i , 45" .5721 .4 4 A .Fx X I, . vf 4- i , ,a ' F a H Q' lm 11 1 t , ibm? ff' ff 4 1 -. -ff , -,n L jay! .Qwfn ffl SCIIIOI' Class XVILLIAIXI BENNETT ROACH LAWRENCEBURG, KY. Candidate For 14.8. Pi Kappa Alpha: Book and Bones, Lampas: Boar'S Head: Glen Club, '23, '24, Male Lead in "The Christian", '21, Debate Team, '22, Editor of "Crimson Rambler", '23g Staff of "Crimson Rambler", '24, Associate Editor of "Transyl- vanian", '2-lg Honor Council, '24, Manager of "Transylvania Day", '24, President ol' Senior Class, '24. 'THELINIA NORMAN SHEPHARD BARDSTOWN, KY. Candidate For 14.8. Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, '23, Basknthall, '22, '23, '24, Assistant Basketball Manager, '23, Manager of Basketball, '24, Elm-vterl "Miss Transylvan- ia", '24, "lirirnson" StalT, '2-lg Vice-President of Senior Class, '24, THOMAS Bovn CLAYTON SPRINGFXELD, TENN. , Candidate For 14.8. Aleph Theta Zvi Stagevraftersg Chairman of Honor Council, '2-l: Cast of "Alabama", '23, Texas Christian University, '16, '17, PANSY PENCE DINKLE FRANKFORT, KY. Candidate For 4.8. Mvrmaidg Associate Editor of "Transylvanian", '23, Prize Poem. '23, VVinn0r of Essay Contest. '233 Assoviate Editor of "Crimson Rambler", '23, '24, Delegate to Blue Ridgf-, '23g Voted Most Stuslious Girl, '23: Y, W. C. A. Cabinet, '24, Editor of "Transylvanian", '24, "Crimson" Staff, '24. 22 f 1- liiao TiQ.fiN5ifiaalNia MQ S ,' g. XX 'aww "1 1 Q. I lg, VA N XX 2 4 F 2 ' Nbvi ff ' "":f l"l'.?,gl'l an .A ,tux K .I H, K fi I.. F Q5 5, -7135 V - ' ix, Senior Class FRANCES ATwooD COOK LEXINGTON, KY. Candidate For 14.3. Alpha Della Thl-tag lVIf-rmaid: Stagevraftersp "l'rimson liznmlrlvf' Staff, '21, '22: Studvnt Gov- e-rnment l'oun0il, '21, '22: Y. XV. ff. A. Valxim-t, '23, '24, Editor T-Book, '23. THOMAS SHEPARD FORT VALLEY, GA. A Candidate For 14.8. Bunk and Bom-'sg Aleph Theta Zv: Theta. Kappa IM-lm: St2lg'4'Cl'2Ll'tL'I'S1 Forum: President Sopho- rnore Class, '22: Hmmm' Pouncil, '22, Vi1-v-Presi- dvut Y. M. C. A., '22, '23, Past Annual Play, '21, '22, '23g Dvlmtn- T4-am, '22, '23, Cust Annual l'zLy.g'0ant, '23, IXIILDRED ARIELIA CAMPBELL CAMPBELLSBURG, KY. Candidate For .4.B. Delta Delta Delta: M. A. S. K., Athvlney Lit- erary Sovim-ty: Vicerlhvsiclent Henry County Club, Y. XV. C. A. ERCEL RAY FRYER FALMOUTH, KY. Candidate For f4.B. lforitlvslll. '22, '23, Y. M. f'. A., ffilllillilf, '2l. 23 WSU WHQAN EYHLWANMA llQQ4 ,, Tm: ' E swf ,eg fx Xe 1' 'gi - f- f r , , 'gi Q J., ., XYX ' , filg- M X E X E. -f f.--.sky ,' x ,swf '77- X f ss' X 'IW ff' f 5 I J' X 1 , f ' A b X Wh My l Y XL sv, X f 51 l " x ity SX? 'hwbx w A' " "' ,Q ' .i vm yi ' Q In g J Y X 1 1 ff Q , CI'li0I' Class M.AURICE F. SEAY NEW CASTLE, KY. Candidate For A.B. Phi Kappa Tang Book and Bones, Lampas: Stagem'z1r'tui-sg Di-hate Tezim, '23, Blue Ridge Delegate, '23, "Crimson Rambler" Staff, '23, '24, President Pan-llellenii-, '24, Secretary Y. M. U. A., '24, Chairman of Student Body, '24, Editor- in-Vhiot' of "Cl'lIllS0ll", '24g K. K. K. CAROLINE ELIZABETH BROWN CRITTENDEN, KY. Candidate For A.B. WVashing.:ton's Birthday Speaker, '22: Vice-Presb dent Y. W. C. A., '24, Delegate to International I'onx'ention at Indianapolis, '24g Summer Schoul ut I'nlvm'sity of Kentucky, 20, '22, "Crimson" Staff, '24. JAMES MYRON VVOOLERY FALMOUTH, KY. Candidate For AB. Pi Kappa, Alpha: Masonic Clubg Baseball Squad, '21g Business Manugi-r of Transylvania. Press Association, '22g Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '23g Business Manager nt' "f'i'inxson", '24, Class Bas- ketball, '21, '22, '23. LORRAINE CLOYD LEXINGTON, KY. Candidate For ALB. Alpha. Delta Thx-ta: Stagecrafters: Lexington Hi Club, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, '22, '23: Glee Ululi, '23, '24g Blue Ridge Delegate, '21, Secretary ul' Junior Class, 'ZSJ Secretary nf Student Govern- ment. '23, Vive-President of Lexington Hi Club, '2-1: Secretary of Senior Class, '24, "Crimson" Staff, '24. 2-1- iiieo A llllQAN 5irltiQlNiAl teen 'ffr 1' . , --fx . 2 I ,J 52. 9, Nw "I I ' ' . QI. l 72:5-gl I X' 2 4, A K - -PV ff ""1ifV',iY7HQix X wilt!!! G I 15:3 SX Q. , :jg .3 .RR r ,IN NJ ' iz, -2 9 Eli- my .N s -' liz' 41 fl: -2 " -fy ,-,. Y ,f ,Q . CI'liO1' Class DAISY FLORENCE MCLIN HAZEL GREEN, KY. Candidate For .4.B. Alpha Delta. Theta, Grzuluate of Kentuvky C01- lvge for XVOmen, '21g Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, '23, '24, Studvnt Voluntc-er, '23, '24, Y. VV. C. A. Presidont, '24g Da-legzlte to Indianapolis Con- vention, '24. JAY EDWARD EVANS FRANKFORT, KY. Candidate for B.S. Book and Bones, Treasurer Soplmmoro Class, '22g Treasurer Junior Class, '23, Treasurer Y. M. C. A., '23, Assistant Manager "i'I'ilI'lSUl'lH, '2-X. HARRIET SKINNER LOWE LEXINGTON, KY. Candidate For 14.3. Sonior Hi School Club, Y. W. C. A. ZACK SMITH LOGAN LOUISVILLE, KY. Kappa Alpha, Lampas: Book and Bones, Busi- ness Manager "Crimson liILn1hler", '21, Y. M. C. A. llklhillht, '22, '23, '24, 1'I'OsiIle-nt-olect Y. M. U. A., '22, Captain Of Tennis Team, '22, Pun-Hvl- lvnic- Vuunuil, '23, '2-l. I 2 5 MSO ImANSIfIIfANI.AI IOQA Trni I . 1' f 1 lg I, X , KQFHQ' " , K Il ' 'W fy I sf? gl - 1 l . X -,,,. o 4,,', 1 ,125 -H .Q xnxx, ti Q U , I ,H a B s Ixx Am! , - 1 A , 1. , -jk We-1 T QI. 'R vi ,411 ' , - I - -I - -- f.zf ,-f 1. Senior Class 1 I PHILIP CQRAYDON BOWER LEXINGTON, KY. Candidate For AB. Pi Kappa Alphag Book and Bonosg Lampas: l3oar's Head: Business Manage-r of T-Book, '223 Sports Editor of "Crimson Rambler", '22, '233 Editor-in-C'hi+-f of "Crimson I1R!TLllll1l"', 24: Art Editor of "C'I'imson", '24, Basketball Managor, '24, K. K. K. EDITH L. HOOTBIAN ASHLAND, OHIO Candidate For AB. Stagovraftersg "Alabama" Cast, '23, Debate Team, '23, '243 Y. XV. C. A. Cabinet, '24g XVash- ington Birthday Spoaker, '24, Sevrotary of Ken- tuoky Inter-Sc-holastiu Debating Association, '24: Xvinner State Oratorical Contest, '24, VIVIAN OSCAR ROBERTSON NORTH PLEASUREVIIILE, KY. Candidate For 14.12. Phi Kappa Tau: Lampasg S'tag0cral'teI'sg Mana- ger of Frm-shman Football, '22, Manager of Foot- ball, '24, T-Club, '24g "Crimson" Staff, '24. NANCY ELIZABETH ARNOLD FALMOUTH, KY. Candidate For 14.13. Delta Delta Delta, M. A. S, K., Stageoraftm-rs: Vice-President. of Sophomorv Ulass, '22, Y. XV. X G. A. Cabinet, '22, '23, Baskvtball, '21, '22, '23, '24, Captain oi' Baslu-tball, '24, E14-I-tc-cl Bust I All-'Round Girl, '23, "Crimson" Staff, '24, I , I 26 Nga 1 Iiafiwifiwtimiti Iooa Z .. ft l . 3 WW Q 'M 'f' H. A X 'QBSHQ 'L iw. I f 'Q 2 QM .NY if f- V' ajsgigw V-4 ff:-as K ,, .f ,Qf. S61'1i0I' Class AGNES ALBERTA SCHULTZ PARKERsEURG, W. VA. Candidate For 14.3. Glee Club, '20g Student Volunteer, '22, Y. W. C. A. , JUSTUS GORHAM BLYRROWS STAMPING GROUND, KY. Candidate For .4.B. LTNA BELLE ELLIOTT PIKEVILLE, KY. Candidate For ALB. Mermaid, Stagecraftersg Y. XV. C. A. W. C. BORDERS FLEMINCSBURG, KY. Candidate For ALB. Pi Kappa Alpha: Baseball, '21, '22, '23, '24, Cap- tain Baseball, '2-lg Football, '22, '23, '2-1: Assis- tant to Rvgistrar, '23, '24, Assistant Instructor in Drawing, '24, T-Club. 27 Nao LERNEELWRNMR moon bxxlll Till: Q gf T ' E H ,ff A :Sli ' Nl. . Qr .N ,E f f'.f 1. x , . Q i U1 H K- J A , 1 ,Y 572' 5 Ya ' Nw 1 fill "Wiki . 'L W J " 1 ' V' lffl ' " ' X ' X f 4 H4 Q, .R 8 4 -fn I: 4 M X Q El I , 4 f 'A L L f, , '..W... SCI1iO1' Class GEORGE BRADLEY ELIZABETHTOWN, KY. Candidaie for B.S. Lumpasg Forum: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. '22, '23g Student Assistant in Chemistry, '22, '23. MATTIE MAY GLASS NICHOLASVILLE, KY. Candidate For 14.8. JESSE Kl'FCIIEN LEWIS GRAYSON, KY. Candidate For f1.B. Valparaiso I'11ivm'sity, '19, '20g Boron College, 'Zig Forum: ,ythclnvy Society. MARTHA PAYNE PURDY MILLERSBURG, KY. Candidatf For .4.B. Bourbon County Club: Y, VV. C. A. 28 H60 1 EERREYMYNMRR MQW I lax I l I ll! X I F 414- Q 4 I X -3 I- . 1 .- 55, - Q al -F - ' xmx , 3 YI .l XX X3 3 VY - I I .QV X V ,mZI,,'!6,V.gl 'R M in A .5 w' . , E- ' il 5 fx 2, ,ff 5- -g,'L,k 7 R. ,B K .1234 ,.,W,. 71. Rai 'XY l 4!4fZfJ SCI1lO1' Class MINNII2 VICTORIA HENLEY SAFFORD, ARIZ. Candidate For .f4.B. GEORGE ICINCHELOE GEORGETOVVN, OHIO Candidate For 14.13. Boar's Head: Aleph Theta Ze: Forum: Stage- craftersg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '22, '23, '2-lg Blue Ridge Dvlegate, '22, President Student Volun- teers, '23g Annual Play, '24g "Crimson Ram- bler" Staff, '22, '23, '24g "Crimson" Staff, '24. MARY ELLIS PARIS, KY. Candidalc For AB. Beta Sigma Omicrong Xvllllillll XVouds College, '213 Hamilton, '22, FEsTL's N. VVOLFE APPALACHIA, VA. Candidate For 14.12. King College, Bristan, Tenn., '13, '153 Milligan College, Milligan, Tenn., '1Sg Masonic Club. 29 lam llli2AN5lfiWANlQl IQQA -Em A ' W mr H1 , . 9 . Y i'a.il"" 5' " Z an R WH T A Aw. I .P el ii, A, b y Q, fs- ' , 144 ef SCI'liOl' Class GEORGE KEENE GRAY NEW CASTLE, KY. Candidate For .4.B. Theta Kappa DL-ling 1-Ie-nry County Club, Presi- rlc-nt of Junior Class, '23: President. Kentucky Intvrcollegiate Oratorical Association, '24: W.Vashingtnn's Birthday Speakcr, '22g Honor Council, '23. JEANNETTE ELIZABETH OWENS NEWPORT, KY. Candidate For 11.13. Y. W. C. A. EDMUND H. TAYI.CJR, JR. TAMPA, FLA. Candidate For .,1.B. Stngecraftersg "Crimson Rambln-1"' Staff, 'QL l'llL't'l' Leader, '22, '23. ROBERT HENRY CARTER PETERSBURG, KY. Candidate For .-1.12. Aleph Theta Ze. 30 WSU UMW SEYHLWIXXNIHA IHIQQM A , A z 155.1 'A jiijglxr I. ,M -r -- 7 H -7 N Trui i re :inks , XXX i I 7' f , f vt., X l X . 'Ugg' f , Mia A . - ,f I-Q1 x f 5 5123 Ak' Mir ff" f fe' I . g,, z 'ff NW... Senior Class NIARGUERITE CLARK MOUNT STERLING, KY. Candidate For 14.13. Chi Omegag Hamilton Collegn-, '22g Dvlvgate to Blue Riilgv f7Ufll't'I'6llI'l', '23g Y. NV. C, A. Unb- ins-t, '24p Glee Ulubg "Cfrin1son" Staff, '24, RIGDON KEERANS RATLIFF GRANGE CITY, KY. Candidate For HB. Lampasg Book and Bonesg Masonic Club: Forumg Secretary Sophomore Class, '22p Presi- dent Y. M. C. A., '23g Treasurer Senior Class: "Rambler" Staff. '23, '2-lg Assistant in Biology, '22, '23g llelegate- to Student Volunteer XVorld Conference, Indianapolis, '24, Biassns ETTA BAKER NICHOLASVILLE, KY. Candidate For fI.B. Y . W. C. A. JAMES D. VVYKER MOUNT VERNON, OHIO. Candidate For 51.3. llirzun Collvgo, '21, '2" 3I M2760 TWHQQLW 5lfllMfllNllAll WQZ' 'if' ' , 'EW f 25 l N 15 ll l l . l 2 XQ, 5 ' Qijq, i . ,C EI - Q l , X C R lgfj X . A .2 l ,5 31,5 Senior Class CLARENCE BOYD DOOLEY FRANKFORT, KY. Candidatz For 14.13. Football, '21, '22, '23, '24, Baseball, '22 '23, '24, JOHN L. STINE TRIMBLE, OHIO. Candidate For .f4.B. State Teachers' College, Kirksville, MO.. ISSS: State Teachers' College, Warrcnsburg, Mo.. 1894, B. S. D. PROFESSOR CLARENCE C. FREEMAN Class Ad-viser Chairman of Chapel Committeeg Member of Committee on Registration: Adviser to Y. M. C. A. and Press Associationg Lampnsg Boar's Head, 32 Y MSO llQAN5ifllifANlA lqflm ' "'7 " Tut 1 . 1 5 L- 'f""H ' w 4 x X. N - f ,J ul , 2 vow ' 1 lf? 31. 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Ig ,I X' 3 W1 A A w L' .1 WN Colors: Silver and Blue Junior Class Morro: hlt is better to travel hopefully than LLEWELLYN AIBAMS . MARVIN RAY. . . . ARDIS M. YELTON IIERBERT VVOODRUF ADAMS, F. LLEVVELLYN ADAMS, LILA L. BANNISTER, RUTH VV. BOYD, WILLIAM J. BREDVVELL, CIIARLOTTE BURRIS, ELIZABETH G. CARTMELL, RICHARD B. CHILDERS, LEON M. DEARMON, RUTH EDDLEMAN, JAMES C. ELLIOTT, ELIZABETH FREY, YVALTER D. GARROTT, JAMES P. GIPPl.E, QELADYS V. GRUBBS, DOROTHY J. PROE. J. OFFICERS F . ........ gldfvfs M. SAUNDERS, Class M EBIBERS IIAGYARD, MARY P. IIALBERT, HURT V. HAMILTON, 'THELMA IIATLER, EDWIN B. IIENRY MRS. NEI.LIE HYDEN, MARY J. KIRKPA1'RICK, CAD VV. MATHER, LEWIS H. MOUNTJOY, ALICE L. OMER, PAUL T. PARRISII, CELADYS V. POWELL, AAI.FRED G. C. POWELL, P. CLIFFORD RAY, M. MARVIN 41 Flofwcr: VVhite Rose to arrive." Tr ff . . . . . President . Vice-Prfsident . . Serrelary 'fdfufff REED, MABEL H. SAEEL, JOE E. SCHUSTER, MONROE G. SMITH, MRS. LUCY L. SMOOT, ELLEN SPENCER, ELIZABETH C. STALLINS, MARY ELLEN STOVALL, HENRY A. TIIOMPSON, RYAN FLANDY, ELIZABETH VV. TSAI, HIAN YUAN VVALLACE, SUSAN D. YELTON, ARIJIS M. ZINR, ANNA E. VVOODRUFE, LIERBERT 2:Ill::-- MSO IIIEANSDIILYANIA IOO ' Tflf l f X .Nj if L 52' qs E 'AWA' 'f ' ufwai X , ,iwffi F ' 4- F 1w24 ' '-QB! R Q if 'Q sm! 1425! J 1 1, r B is 41"-'unix if 'JN - i f igu 'ig 5- ' ,jlffvw-5, CLS AS SOPHOIXIORE ga' Q S E Q Z QS ff E Z 2 5 Q Q I 42 " THE J' I.. V Sf 3,4 I, A , . A W X K y LW lay E l-ga!! xxx kirwgv, In 5,1 A F E-Xi 2' ' -M f'Q4?-gwf- W M.. l Sophomore Class Colors: Blue and Gold Flo-wer: Dahlia Molto: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." OFFICERS LEER BUCKLEY . . . ..... . . . . Prexidcnt FRANCES ROBERTS . . . ....... Vice-President EDWARD ADAMS . ..... . .... Sefrclary and Treasurzr PROE. E. E. SNODDY, Class .ldlvixer M EMBERS ADAMS, D. EDWARD DOUGLAS, THEOIJORE G. LATHRAM, JESSIE F. ALEXANDER, FRANK O. ELLIOTT, NANCY H. BACKER, HELEN K, FARROVV, MARX' LOUISE BARTON, SIDNEY T. FISHBACK, MARGARET E. BOATRIGHT, M. ESTHER FLORA, A. GER1'RUDE BUCKLEY, M. LI-IER FRANKLIN, M. KATHERINE BURNS, GOLDMAN L. FREY, RUTH E. CALDVVELL, lVIARGUERI'l'E GIVXDEX, GEORGE M. CARR, ET1-IEL GOODWIN, M. MARIE CASON, XAVENDELL H. GRAY, JOHN VV. CHANCE, FRANCIS S. CONGLETON, INEZ O. CURTIS, ELIZABETH DAVIS, WINIERED DAVIS, WILBUR L. DEDMAN, HELEN H. GUNN, LAURA J. TIARDWICK, MARGARET' A. HIFNER, HELEN HOBBSf MRS. NANETTE HODGES, MARY BUFORD JONES, CHRISTINE R. OWEN, RUTH V. PENNINGTON, THELMA PRICE, ZINN O. ROBERTS, N. FRANCES ROBERTSON, HUGH M. SCHULTZ, LUCILLE SHANNON, JASPER B. MORRIS, MARTIIA BRUCE SHIRLEY, CURTIS E. MORRISON, JOE E. SMITH, LAURA L. MORRISON, RAY E. SMITH, M. ELIZABETH LEWIS, KATHRY'N M. LOVVE, MARY VVALLACE MCCORD, WILMA K. MACOFFIN, VVILLIAM MARTIN, FLORENCE MERRITT, MARY E. L NEWCOMB, RONALD O. SPENCER, ELIZABETH C. NEWMAN, MARY STUART STALLINS, MARY E. TEA!'0RD, ELOISE E. THOMPSON, ROSCOE S. VANARSDELL, ROGER A VANSANT, LEWIS L. NOOE, R. GOWAN OMER, MARY I. OOST, AUDREY L. OWEN, MARGARET E. 43 IYEO WHQAN 5WWAl.NllA MQ rn cn C v-I O Z 41 P4 6 I rn F-XJ nd IH 44 ESU! mm WMQ 'X 2 X 53? 9 If 'A I J .U ! , , X. N A . ml 6 Egg qi wx- L ' X? ' . -' 'viii XX EMA lg' V Z L"?'f' "au . ,,. X 4 I , X z..'.A g2J A' ' 'W If 5 N, yi I I . ., QW A XX M L- 'L I ' ,X X .:T.,1'- NX X . rf J i X - EW 'ff r- 3.1 Tnt ,f , , fs, I. N 'MALL . I., I f SA 2 'Y ' " A ffv f ' Q! 1 l X 1 ggi. Z 1 Q A X My ff " X S v 'Jil' 5 fl "f.F!7i+ Af L -- . G Freshman Class OFFICERS RALPH f'IA'l'CHE'1"I' . . . . . Prrsident RUTH FARRIS . . Sfrrefary EDITH ROBERTSON . . . . Virr-Prrxidfnl ROBERT MATES . . - . Treasurfr PROF. E. VV. DELCAMP . . . Class .-lIl4viscr' AIEMBERS ADAMS, r11HE0D0RE L. IZLLIOTT, NEW'MAN M. LAYTHAM, JOHN G. SCHINIJLER, BERTHA M AMOS, DOROTHY ALEXANDER, RUSSELL P. BATTENFIELD, SAMUEL R. HAYNE, SARAH BEARD, MARION R. BEYERSDORFER, MARY G. BLACKABY, LIZZIE MAE BLEDSOE, KENNETH R. BLEVINS, MARY S. HOOKER, RUTII BRADLEY, ROBERT B. BUCKLES, WILLIAM T. CARR, ALICE M. CHILDERS, HELEN J. CIIINN, KENIDALL CLARA, VIRGINIA R. CLEVELAND, N. RUCKER CUMMINS, SOUIRE R. CURTIS, HELEN IJANIEL, CIIARLES L. IDAUGHERTY, ANN J. IBEAVER, ELIZABETH M. IJROOK, THOMAS C. DUGAN, 'IQHOMAS D. EHVVARDS, J. GORDON FARRIS, RUTH L. FARR, JOHN A. FELLERS, H. CECIL FISHER, LEE DAVIS LEWIS, IQATHERINPI M. LIPSCOMB, TIIOMAS H. NICINTOSH, SUE E. MCLONEY, EVELYN FRANKLIN, FRANCES RIIEA MACMILLAN, A. D. CTALLIHER, LEEOMO GRAX', CIIARI.ES M. CEREENE, DOROTHY GROTEEE ND, AI.FREl3 G H.AGIN, R. HART HAGYARIJ, HELEN H. HA'I'CHPI'I4'l', RALPH HES'l'ER, ITERBERT HICKMAN, ALICE XV. IFIIGHFIELD, JAMES T. LIODGES, V. MAXINE HOGAN, LENA HELEN LIUGHES, BESS T. JOHNSTON, ALVIN P. JONES, D. PENDLETON JUPIN, CHARLES A. KASII, LUCILLE KING, MYRTLE M. KING, FORREST L. KINGSTON, THOMAS H. MAYES, ROBERT V. MII.LER, fTR.-'SCE H. MILLER, THOMAS R. MILLER, VV. IQINGSLEY MONROE, LIQCINDA L. MORELANIJ, FLIEABETII MORRISON, VVARD IE. SCHUIIART, I.. MAE SCOTT, ELLEN SCOTT, VVM. CAMPBELL SHAUNTY, ICVLYN L. SMITII, ROBERTA K. SMITH, ROY B. SMITII, CORNELIA S'l'AUFl"FR, JOAN E. STEVENS, VIQHOMAS H. STRORER, F. MARSHALL '1iAYLOR, MARX' K. FIQHOMAS, CECIL H. 7 NEVIUS, VV. MCKlNI.IiX'r1illOMPSON, VS M. F. NINON, ROBERT G. NUNNEI.I.X', NANCY D. OWEN, LILLIE E. POWER, IIILDA L. RACE, ANNABICI. L. RHODES, MARION M. ROBERTSON, EDITH N. ROBINS, IVIILIJRED L. RUE, LORRAINE RUSSELL, fTENFORA C. SANDERS, PAUL R. SARGENT, JESSE A. TIPTON, ANN E. '11REIBliR, RUIII I"I'LEY, VORIS F. VAUGHN, F. ROSCOE XVALKIQR, V. I.UCII.LE XVARE, LEXVIS H. XVHALLON, JAMES E. VVIIITE, .ANNA L. VVHITE, VIRGINIA F. NVILCON, SAMUEL F. XVISNER, E. ORIOLE WOOD, ANDERSON f M780 TEANSTIHANIA TOO :A THE f 'T-H L 1 1 A . T EX ' Agri" X mls- Jw Iihxxxk Q ,.1 Hf K jhlfvjf M ,L "" 2--f , K4 3- j , ,nh 142' ,,c,,,,1f, ' SCENES FROM THE PAGEANT "SEEKERS AFTER TRUTH" 46 E50 TEANETETANTA MQPQ4 sf: pai' i f fir - were ft if ew- 'Tmg V-. " ' Q N11 v 'ii5 ' fj?: '4" 'T' WL 4Zgfw"frP ia :fi 1'-z" ,. ,J H250 j g, -1. I ":" Zli.T,,,'if' ,wil ru'f,,', , . r Q' 1 1- I. ,f"Wv,,,i: 1 EE , f 4:4 21. ' u' ,IL s Vf Y , 7.74 J it ,. ,nib fel!!! .-.--15,5 5,1511 , e Q, ',1"3!!'gu1-1? ,,':f'i-'1Q'.-221, W," ,, MJ, if-m9's 952115 41. ,yy :Alf i eff 'E-:53.f4':' - s - . .- - .- . -7Svw'f14s"'-'3"4'x2lf2Z' Iu6'i4Q!f' las '- "- " "14,?"V 'f "- Q fyff Z" 'f4,g15. '. '!a?,'f.Z ,, ' m io ' e s ' A W' ' " 'r " " ' fgggg- fx R My v A' 41 5 I+- - 4: - Y -L-7-X-xx .iz-ff-Y-: : '--iv 31", , 1. 5.:,Er2.-'-rr:gh..2:"1f f Q1 ,V . -, .t.i X cf-- A Y-2 .-65:1 110752 s - t , ' g' T, 7 fy z iaL,,-'wsrfev - g, ls..11m fe e ssl s ' 5.5 gig! li Q x,,f'Q,:su'3Q'1A:',fav-' 'Eng . Q 1 gig' ' ' . iflfyg lQg W ,H lllg,j2?Z . iss afsisf e- t we ii: 'Eg' -sexgfgzlj Ig lie' at i t 'gy i' s' . K if f - s H i 'js -T:-s 22 f- ff ,- at-gi Q if Z:A'1!,E :V-Lifrff' .4 - -' ,f. f- Q-:Eff,,:L132-1717? -, ff ., lfiii f-'t fllf' E f 'e x -fe E- if -if L-:2,.f,i- ve, fi:g':?i1ejZpi' gg e gg rjlqf 1 f-ji: f ' '7' fi? gi? , V, ggi' :ff ef- '12, efl:fii1':?l N924-fi T fsiilsll, 7,41 1EF'fff'iT:ii2i: HE Cane Ridge Meeting House, helvn from the logs of the Kentucky forest in 1791. The birthplace of a great religious movement that typijieci the spirit of the pioneer. How peculiarly fitting that amid such historic surroundings the College of the Bible should stand. The College of the Bibl if mtg , f Age N an Q g x Ni. - - -- ,- h '51 F llyglfr E I . E L My T .Ty ' X ' ' X 1"-I H '-373' X 5 ,1,f ff 4'-r 5 V35 .eilf-Rte eff- . x 'ff ...W-f. The College of the Bible cjFFlCERS or THE BKJIXRIJ J. H. MACNEILL . . . ............ . . . Chairman B. VV. PINRIMBLIE , . . . . Srrrrtary JOHN T. VANCE . . Trcasurer EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE J. H. MACNEILL . . ......,... . . . Chairman B. VV. TRXMBLE . ...... . . Serretary ROGER T. N005 E. L. GILLIS W. C. LAWWILL 47 mmm Timm mmm QW . l Wal. , , 1 , mf - f fi A. in 5, Q X I , lug X lrv 9 2,51 at X 2 St g if -if Faculty VVILLIAWI CLAYTON BOWER, M.A. Dean and Professor of Religious Education. Tri-State College, A.B., 1898, Student Butler College, I899-1900: Graduate Student Columbia University, 1908-I909Q lbid., M.A., IQIOQ Pro- fessor of Religious Education since IQIZQ Dean of the College since 1922. C. L. PYATT, M.A., B.D., TH.D. Professor of Old Testament Liferature Transylvania College, AB., M.A.g College of the Bible, Classical Diplomag Yale University, B.D.g Harvard University, TH.D.g Professor in the College of the Bible since 1920. ELMER ELSWORTH SNODDY, M.A. Professor of Clzrislian Doctrine Hiram College, AB., I896Q Graduate Student, University of Chicago, 1897, IQOI-1932: Univer- sity of Michigan, IQOSQ Yale University, IQOQ' IQIOQ Ibid., M.A., IQIOQ Professor in the College of the Bible since 1914. VERNON STAUFFER, NI-A., PH.D. Professor of New Testament Hiram College, A.B., 1931: Columbia University, M.A., 1913, Ibid. PI-LD., 1918? Fellow of Royal Historical Society, IQZZQ Professor of New Testa- ment since 1922. 48 ., lmao ioamsifiyamia loo l ' I' mr . at x 5 l ' f ' 1 ' 'X IQ., 2 1 'A i ' 2, as LX , ? 1 Faculty EDWARD SAXON Instrurior in Expression Pupil of Austin H. Merrill, Vanderbilt Univer- sity, Graduate of the School of Expression, Bos- ton, Mass., Professor in the College of the Bible since IQI4. RODNEY L. MCQUARY, B.D. Professor of Church History and Pastoral ' Theology Cotner College, A.B.g Yale University, B.D.g Graduate Student, University of Chicagog Pro- fessor in the College of the Bible since 1921. WARD RUSSELL, M.A., B.D. flssistant Profrssor of English Bihle Kentucky University, AB., I902Q Ibid., M.A., 19033 College of the Bible, B.D., 19221 Instructor in the College of the Bible since 1922. 49 f 27 Y l-4 irgo lllQlXN5ll'Mf!5lNllAX IYQQA l -. . X Q3 'A ':'f" 1 y ' W NQY l FW f .R : :L .F K' . X Afi iii' 2 'bf i f g. .-- ' SCI'1iO1'S JAMES N. FAULCUNER. . ......... . Lexington, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR B.n. AJS., Vniversity of Kentucky, '22 CUYLER FREEMAN HEATH ........... . . Normangee, Texas CANDIDATE FUR ILD. AB., Texas Christian Yniversity, y22Q Fellowship Student in the College of the Bible, '24. VV. L. YVoolmRn . . .......... . Salina, Kansas CANDIDATE FOR ILIJ. AB., Cotner College, '16. 50 item 'ltllMlN5lrfMtZiltNl.1lt llQQfl .X . ' ,. .,, fl 1 mf :ill 1 f' 54" l - '45 , 1 , A. A X I D Q: 4 A "-xx R tg ' 1- V, If K 7,2272 X ,X J ' Q LN. QX. 2 tml . N SCI1iO1'S ICDGAR C. LAc1sY . . ........... . . Memphis, Tennessee CANIHDATIZ Fox 11.11. M.A., University of Kentucky, '22 '11INI0'l'I'IY XV. r1lINSLlZY . . .......... . Anchorage, Kentucky CANDIDATE FOR 12.19. AJS., Transylvania College, 17. CLAL'm2 C. Ctmunxs . .......... . Versailles, Kentucky CANDIDATIZ FUR B.D. AJS., Transylvania College, 21 51 IHWEO iimmifltifflllmlfil IXKWQQ Eff? 35, ag X L 'W A " A It.. x 2 W ,. A ei Q, 1 X 2 I ,"N 1 V' fm X I " IPX ON G' f L , W iffl 1 B m g!! ,ff Aa 1? . K 5 I i , ,g f 3, XX ' " 5 ff -- ,, f f-QWELH gy AV .3 i Q 1 Middler Class CDF!-'ICERS IIARRY J. BERRY . . .... . . . .... . Prfsidnzt D. C. GORDON . . . ........ l"i1'v-Prfsirhrzl CHARLES ROE . . . . Sffrrlary and Trfasurcr FELLOWSHIP STUDENTS L. GORDON DAVIS VVILLIAM D. OODON BIEAIBERS T. B. CLAYTON ALLEN R. HDBER L. GORDON DAVIS HARRY J. BERRY G. K. GRAY D. C. GORDON VVILLIAM D. OODON CHARLES ROE CHARLES C. 'IXHOMPSONT 52 - , -'- " H760 WQAN HXQRQZJHE , Tm: .1 fl' J . A A A p. , 1 f X O A ' -A Af ,::: , la 355 7.4: J .LEP A VA Q 1 Junior Class OFFICERS FESTUS VVOLFE ........ .... ......... . I 'rexident DAISY MCLXN ...... ....... L 'ice-Prfsidcnt CHAS. S. VANVVINKLE . . ...... Sccrrtary and Treasurer RIEMBERS JOHN L. STINE R. H. CARTER JAMES C. EDDLEMAN EDWIN B. HATLER GEORGE KINCHELOE DA1sY MCLXN CHAS. S. VANVV 53 AFFIE MARTIN Tuos. J. SHEPARD MONROE G. Scuuswx H. A. S'1'ovALL FESTUS VVOLFE JAMES B. WYKER 1xK1.E f- W60 WANEWJZLWJA JLQCQ A ' ,AA .4614- .. .M Q' :L 41-'IT' v,,f3x X f -,, fgzf ' Jwf. '- ,X X l xg J cn 5-4 Z I-Ll Q LJ E-4 cn ,J fn ... ea I: I- Ll? H Z 2 . 54 , -1.3 mimm mmmiwmmm mm , ,,, ...lf- U!! THE first medical building of Transylvania University, erected in 1827. Although the lurid tales of the pranks of the "medics" no longer thrill the younger generation, there is still something about a medical college that is most suggestive of college activities. Activities of Transylvania and the College of the Bible V is X X 'rg E' x ,Vg Q xx. . --sow A' 1 Q n xx fx. so-EMXXL Q Y.-l .X . 2 1 SX L .A ' CDIM O THE + AJ F Q u ' l 1 4 7 af J' As!! ' , ., ,244 w1'. 2 Honor COUHCi1 THOMAS Bow: CLAYTIDN, Chairnzzm BENNETT ROACH LEWIS H. MATIIER Senior Class Junior Class r i NANCY H. ELLIOTT Sophomore Class JAMES HIGHFIELD Frrslnnan Class AI,I,EN R. HL'RER Collfgf of the Bible 55 mmm TNQZXN 5Yl5LWTNllA NQQQ 'w-H L I X XX if , A X x i L--f""'f 1 'tv ! 4 . W1 4' 'A' ,fi ca 'mi ' ' '4- - A . +1 if iw - ff.gf.,f. T g s I ,K K u SCENES FRONT HTHE TAILQR-MADE NAND 56 gist 3, mmm mfnmmslmnuwwm WM Tru: X f ' O . GP-If, 'K fm ' :L 'F 2 'Z Mi ff R351 A-- if 1 LEER BUCKLICY . . . RUTH BANNISTER . . KA'I'IIERINE FRANKLIN . HOWARD BURNETTE . . THEODORE ADAMS . . TIIEODORE ADAMS RUTH BANNISTER LIZZIE MAE BLACKABY MARY G. BEYERSIJORFER HOWARD BURNETT LEER BUCKLEY HELEN CURTIS BELLE ELLIOTT BESS ELLIOTT NANCY ELLIOTT KATHERINE FRANKLIN MARY LOUISE FARROVV DOROTHY CvRUBBS Stagecrafters OFFICERS . . . President MAURICE F. SEAS' . . Assistant Manager I'ife-President CECIL IRHOMAS . . . . . Properly Man . . Sevretary EDITII HOOTMAN . . Press Represeniatzfve . Treasurer , HEIIEN HIFNER .... Press Represenlatz-ve . . Manager PROF. EDVVARD SAXON ...... Dzrertor IWEMIIERS ILIIELEN PIIFXER RDITII H00'l'MAN GEORGE KINCHEI,0E EIIIZABETH MORELAND CEOVVAN NDOE MARY B. IIODGES MAURICE SEAY SUSAN VVALLACE IIELEN DEDMAN CECIL TIIOMAS IVIARY SVVEENEY RCTII BOORER MARINE IIODOES 57 DUNBAR GORDON FREEMAN HEATII JOHN FARR GORDON DAVIS TOM SHEPARII J. W. GRAY VV. M. BARCLAY MARION BEARD R. H. CARTER ZACR LOGAN ROBERT MAYES IIARIIIE SMITII XVILLIAM MAOOFEIN WSU TVJQAN IHQQ4 ca culffiow x fu ,fa XX. .. . '5?,,1' Q .-fz' 1, - -X ls: 4 -fx :N-' -Ali -,Y S ' if ' . - 1- 9 . 1. Q-qv , -- 'iv f' 2,7 'I Y , , W- .nw ,. E' -,, QWQZR df cc LZ E .. A 4 M Z C :iz -2 M CJ 58 mwk l . ,f .. . E' 41 If X ld' iv: L. l ar A if Im an vflurll iasjul. mf' fl l a w is -F Q iii I. lg if X The Glee Club PROE. li. W. DELCAMP ...... Dirrflor MoxROE G. ScIIUs'rER MRS. E. XV. DELCAMP . . .-lssixtant Direcior HfKRI,lE SMITII . . PERSONNEL Sopranos- .eIlto5- MRS. E. VV. DELCAMP Mlss MARVIN RAY MRS. VV. H. HANSEN MISS FLIzAIsETH TANIIX' MISS LORRAINE CI.Ox'n Tcnors- Bassas- MONROE G. SCIIUSTER HERBER'l' D. WOOIIRUEE LEON M. CIIILDERS ELMER GERARD CURTIS SIIIRLEY B XETT ROACIEI CIIAS. S. VANYVINKLE ,ALFRED CTROTEFEND Studrnl Marzagrr . . Gradualc Manager Mrss MARGARET IIARDVVICK Mrss 'THFLMA PENNIXGTON MISS TVIARGUERITE CLARK The CTTHISOH R8.IT1blCI'S of Transylvania College A SEASON 1923-1924 1'REsENT TIIE CLUB I. "Song of the Vikings" . 2. "Annie Laurie". . MEN's OQTET MR. IIARLIE SIvII'rII 4. Baritone Solo . . ......... . . MR. CIIAS. VANWINRLE 5. "Sparkling Sunlightl' . .......... . . hv0MENlS DOUBLE TRIO 3. Reading . . 6. Reading .... .......... MIss MAxIxE TIOIJGES 7. Negro Spirituals .............. a. "Father Abraham" Qfrom Alabamal .... rlillli CLUB b. "VVz1it, Till I Put On Ma Crown" ..... . MEN's OCTET C. "Nobody Knows de Trouble Tse Seen" ...... VVoMEN's lJOUBl.E 'FRIO -I d. 0 Ride On Jesus" ffrom St. Helena Island, S. CJ . rlllili CLUB 8. Soprano Solo . . . . .... . . . . . . MRS. VV. II. HAxsEw 9. "Ole Yncle Moonl' . . ...... . . . . MEN's OCTET IO. "Bridal Chorusu Qfrom the "Rose Maidenvj . . . 'IQHE CLUB II. Reading .... .......... MR. TIARLIE SIvIITII I2. Transylvania Song . . ....... . . TIIE CLUB 59 . . . .Faning 11 rrang. by Gribfl . . . . Szrlefted , . Sflfded . . Jrditi . . Sfleded . . . .Selfded . arf. by Rfrddiflz . arr. by Roddick . arf. by Burlfigh . arf. by Burlin . Sfledcd . . Chas. Scott . Cofwen . . . Selfcted . By an fllumnus gang , MYSO THAN 5lflll.WLlNll.ilI IOO y W , x X: N -Q5 . x , f ,VI , - X K-A l w v- 5 1 A 59 Trui ,flue 1 , A H i Q. BF! gig? K :ir :ln xx Y " i f " -' I ' -- g.fW-5. 'f gf! 60 mmm HIQQZQ W. .. If Eff mf , I ff 1 -AX In X I A et' ' A 'Qi , 'Q .- I-N 1. f ' 9-I Q 'gif . . t I. ef. -, ,gf Athelney Literary Society IJEB XTING TEAMS R6'5fl!'Ul'Il.' That the United States should enter the world court of the League of Nations as advocated by President Harding. VVINNIERS .lffnialifziv .Igainsl f1I'0fffl'f0'ZCll Collfyz' FIJITII Iioo'1'MAN, FIQIIOMAS SIIEPARI1 .Nryatifvc .lgfainsl Krllllzfky Il'1'slr'yafz IJCVVIS iN1A'X'llER, CECIL THOMAS EIJIII-I Hoo'I'MAN Il'i11m'r Slalf Oraloriml, Diifisiozznl Oratnrifal MARY BEYERSDOREIQ LEER BUCKIEY N1II.DRED C'AMI1nEI.I ELIZABETH IDE.-XVIQR j. C. EIIDLEMAN 1. A. FARR KAIIIERINE FRAXKI f2EORGE QFIYIDEN IZIJIIH l'IO0'I'MAN K .IN Subject, "The l'nfIIlHlled Promise". RIISAIBIERS oIf SoeIE'I'v A. P. JoIINs'1'oN T. H. LIPseoMB LEVVIS H. N1A'H'lER Govmx Nooia THOMAS SIIEPARII PADI. OMER M. F. BEARD R. B. BR,xDI.Ex' D. P. JONES llusu RoI3Ek'I50x 61 F. N. STROKER Brass HUGHES Axx '1i1P'l'0X F. I.. KING J. K. LISVVIS GI.I'IIn's PARRISII ANNA Zxxx LI.EwEI.I.x'N ADAMS CECIL TIIOMAS Ivffgo IIIQQQE N X N ,1 .1 20 . A X. v M ul I Q A -V: 1 eq, f ,.,,f:,1 iii gsx ,fx 3 IL ! R 62 mmm rlHQAN5W.WMNM mmm. A ' wx-A . Q 'fi 'J' ,, , 551 mt U3 L A N xi A 'w f I g, Y Qu-my A 'L QL , I 5, - 5- - X X 3 'A ' . NP ,H , ,',,1,-in O AGNA, ' A ieig? EX Z ,gi A JZ , We ' vi A Y- X, E if -, -L, , .. r . , N- ,pjfyfwggn Lexlngton H1 School Club Colors: Blue and Gold Mo1in.' HB1-tter Transylvania" OFFICERS ROGER YYANARSIJELI, . . .... . . . . l'rpsiJmzt LORRAINIC CLOYD . ' . ...... l'if'c-l'r'rsidfnt GRACE IVIIIYLER . . . Srrrriary and Trramrfr RIEAIBERS 2 LEER RUCRLEY FRANCES ROBERTS LORRAINE CLOYD r1iHliODORE DOUGLAS CRRACE M1LLER RYAN 'THOMPSON LUCILE KASH MAE SCIIUHART NANCX' IELLIOTT AI,ll'RED POWELL DOROTHY CIRUBBS ROGER VANJXRSDEIL VVALLACE LOWE PIARRII-1'I' LOWE INEZ CONGI.li'l'0N cPRAYlJON IZOWER MRS. IIARRY BERRY RUTH BANNISTER FIQHEODORE ADAMS MARGARET IIARDVVICK SUSAN VVALLACE MARY S. NEWMAN JOAN STAUEEER FRANR ALEXANDER l2LIzAEETH VVIIALLON JEAN RUSSELL MARY SWEENEY IIELEN HIFNFR I.UCII.Ii NAFF FL1zAnE'1'H DEVVEESE 63 NEO TEANEYLWANELA NQQZR Int 5 X I R ft. I S I f F FAX f Q. 'fl '?QXL ix., . F- -- The Henry County Club LLEWELLYN ADAMS . ..... NIILDRED CAMPBELL. . . GEORGE M. CIIVIDEN . MAURICE F. SEAY MILDRED CAMPBELL VIVIAN ROBERTSON EDITH ROBER1'SON HUGII ROBERTSON SID BARTON LLEWELLYN ADAMS F. M. STROKER CJFFICERS . . ...... Prwsidenf . . . . . . .Vive-Prmidenl . . Sfrrftary and Trmsurer AIEMRERS JAMES HIGIIFIELD MRS. A. R. PIENRY LAURA J. HAYMARER NELL F. HOLLAND KEENE GRAY GEORGE M. GIVIDEN I.IzzIE MAE BLACKABY VVALIJINE RINER ELIZABETII TURNER 64 2-zf 3 IMAO TEAR SBILRQAINIA IEIQQA QSM - 'IW A ' If Qi g. X 'qnwgl QL I QE." 'II 1 ' . F' ,I LGU If I ,!,' ,iff . X qv.g"M'j A X -3 4 A .-. K :L -. H Mi E- 1 Z' -1 Q A A A' . -ffg,-E' , F ,SR E--XXL A f 7' L-W --- 3 Wfu Student Volunteers OFFICERS ALLEN IIUBER . . . .... ..... . Prcsidml LORRAINE RUE .... ....... I 'iff-Prfsident ROBERT PHILLIPS . . . Sw-rflary ang! Treasurer ACTIVE NIEMBERS TIENRY STOVALL AUIDREH' OOST M. T. HSIUNG LORRAINE RUE P. H. MAO GEORGE KINCIIELOE ERASMUS VAUGIIN JESSE SARGENT JAMES IIIGHFIELIJ ROBERT PHILLIPS IJAISY MCLIN ALLES IICBER .APOLONIO B. VILEA ASSOCIATE RIEMBERS ORIOLE VVEISRER MYRTLE KING FLORENCE MARTIN MARSIIALL STRORER LIZZIE MAE BLACKABY 65 ,-lr 7 1. M80 MAN SWEWIINM IOOA mr 73' 1 ' 2 ix, X V KQFHQQ13- M 'A f Qu! , L D -'W I f fl -. , . 4 ,Jw R , 4, A, ' J A: L I F K ci I Q K' fi QE? ix, E1 . L f 1 -R ' N10NROIi G. SCIIUSTER . . J. P. GARROTT .... . MAURICE F. SEAY . . Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS RIGUON RATLIEE . . , ffEORCE KINCIIIZLOIZ . ERCEL FRYER . . MAURICE F. SIZAY . JOE MORRISON . . ZACK LOGAN . LEON CHILDERS . . J. P. GARROT'I' . MARION Ruomis . . . . . . Prrsidfnt . . . Vir'L'-Prfsidfnt . . . .Sefrrfary . - Treasurer CCDBINIITTEE CHAIRMEN FAQLJLTY ADVISIERS C. C. FREEMAN R. I.. MCQUARY 66 . . Pulzlif Illffiing: . . . Employmenl . . Me1n111'r5f1if1 . Social Srrlvife . Enifrtainment Carnpzu Serfvire Big Hroffmr Mowfznent . . . . .Musk mmm WERREWMRRMR 111994 -Em A ,fm Tm: ff? X . A A Q. NX '34-u2.1sg"": 1 .I QT. may A ...J SHA Lxh .R -gfjf J i F. L. ADAMS T. L. ADAMS EDWARD ADAMS RUSSELL ALEXIXXIJER F. O. ALEXANDER HOWARD BURNETTE SIDNEY BARTON VV. D. BARRLEY M. F. BEARD GRAX'DON BOWER RICHARD BATTENEIELD KENNETH BLEDSOE GEORGE BRADLEY ROBERT BRADLEY LEER BUCKLEY VVILLIAM BOYD GOLDMAN BURNS CRAY BORDERS R. H. CARTER LEON CHILDERS CLAUDE CUMMINS RICHARD CARTMELL KENDALL CHINN BOYD CLAYTON W. L. IJAVIS C. L. DANIEL TOM DUGAN L. G. DAVIS C. B. DOOLEY THEODORE DOUGLAS J. C. EDDLEMAN JAY EVANS A. C. EDWARDS NEWMAN ELLIOTT E. R. FRYER L. R. DINGUS C. C. FREEMAN G. B. FITCH A. D. HARMON Y. M. C. A. NIEMBERS L. D. FiSHER J. A. FARR H. C. FELLERS VV. D. FREY -G. K. GRAY A. G. GROTEEEND GEORGE CTIVIDEN J. W. GRAY I J. P. GARROTT D. C. GORDON RALPH IIATCHETT E. B. HATLER A. R. HUBER C. ITUME JAMES IIIGI-IEIELD D. P. JONES C. A. JUPIN A. P. JOHNSON G. VV. KINCIIIZLOE F. L. KING T. II. KINGSTON T. H. LIPSCOMB J. G. LAYTHAM ZACK LOGAN L. H. MATHER KINGSI.L1' MILLER T. R. MILLER R. E. MORRISON JOE MORRISON VVARD MORRISON R. V. MAYES ,ALEXANDER M.XCMI1.LIXX F. K. MCDANIEL P. H. MAO FACL' LTY RIEINIBERSHIP II. B. LLOYD C. A. MANEY R. L. MCQUARY C. L. PYATT F. XV. REEVES 67 R. G. NIXON R. O. NEW'COMB VV. N. NEVIUS H. C. OyBRIEN R. D. POWELL Z. O. PRICE R. K. RATLIFF BENNETT ROACII HUGH ROBERTSON C. G. ROE V. O. ROBERTSON' J. E. SABEL J. L. STINE F. M. STRORER M. F. SEAY H. A. STOVALL C. E. SHIRLEY T. J. SHEPARD M. G. SCHUSTER J. B. SHANNON RYAN THOMPSON R. S. TIIOMPSON W. F. THOMPSON C. H. THOMAS J. J. TINKCOM H. Y. TSAI EDMUND TAYLOR C. F. VANVVINKLE E. R. VAUGHN R. A. VANARSDELL J. M. VVOOLERY F. N. WOLPE H. VVOODRUFF J. D. XVYKER ANDERSON WOOD V. F. PAYNE VVARD RUSSELL VERNON' STAUFFER HARLIE SMITH M780 SUDAN SWLWINTA Q 1 mt 1 f A F ,M L I .. Yi W K fi" ' A X. 5 'W' uf' K H RRR A -" ' A X. Az' . ,.. ' ' +11 R- . 14 J . .--- fgfgo ' .QW QX RY J 3 4Z,fyA:, Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS DAISY MCLIN .... . . .... . . . . . . Prfsidml CAROL BROVVN .... . lf"i1'f-I'r1fsidfnl .ALICE MOIQNTJOY . . . . . . . Sorrflary QSLADYS flIPPLE . . . - 'Frvasurvr PANSY DINKLE . . . LY. R. CI'X.XIRNIlZN OF f:OMMl'I'TElZS IXEZ CONGI,la'r0x ....... ..... . . Room LLFCILLIQ KASI1 . . . . .Music Enrm HOOTMAN . . . . . Sofia! FRANCES COOK . . , . Jllixsionary FRARCRS ROBERTS . . . . Sofia! .S'urfuir1' RL7'1'x1 BANN1s'1'lzR . . . . . Pulzlirify M.fKRGL'ERI'I'l5 CLARK . . Bfur Ridgn Miss Mx'RxA BOYCE . . . .-ldfvisory Iyl'XfJl'I' 111111 Slllllfllj' SKIIUUX fjllllllllifffl' jEAxNH'1"1'lz Uwxxs 1VlARY I.OL'Is1s FARROVV I2LlzABlz'1'n 'IKAXIIY '1'm5LMA Sur:P11ARD 68 H780 MEAN SWHLWANMA HIQCQQR wi I I 4 2 7 A X, 1 jQu.lX , , Qbsmfi 2 gl x "f"?"l""'?ig X ,. , ,. M, gif . ,f A , ' f' ji -iv Y 1 XLR 7 ,M ?- Z1 Y 7 7 ,xvwr-X X . ,R -lowgfw 60 :sl "QQ m am mmm WM REM - fit.. ,, V Tut I ' ,I 1 1- f"' ."" ' 4 KY I ,' 950 I "'f . ' L -X f X f ':',fm5i1Z1jl 4 ,,-1, , " xg . Wig, X, I, F' "E ii . -L , fkfyiw-f. FOI'L1T1'1 OFFICERS IQHCMAS SHEPARD . .... .... ........ . P resident J. PENDLETON GARROTT . . ..... . .Scfrrlary and Treasurer MEBIBERSHIP GEORGE KINCHELOE THOMAS SHEPARD RIGDON RATLIEE J. K. LEWIS GEORGE BRADLEY PEXDLETOX GARROTT JOE SABLE JASPER SHANNON JOE MORRISON JAMES EDDLEMAN ROBERT PHILLIPS 70 IMO Z IIEAR EIIIMIRIA IOO I. I '. flu QM N W . I .WI R ,f .- ' A A -- I- if . ,f ,I an 5 R+ . . LQ! I -- ygegyfwz- ffe Masonic OFFICERS HOVW'ARD BURNE'I"I'E . . . . . . . . . . . . President RIGIION RATLIFF . , ....... Fire-President F. N. VVOLFE . . . Sefrefary and Treasurer INIISMIIERS L. GORDON DAVIS D. C. Gounosi G. B. ALDERSON E. A. GIIRARII JOHN S'I'INE J. XV. GREENWOOD MYRON VVOOLERY XVAI.'I'I:Iz FREY FACULTY NIEMBERS VVARU RUSSELL E. C. IVIILLER C. I.. PYATT C. RILEY A. D. IIARMON 71 Haw IIIIQIINIIIIIIIAIINIAII 1119456 EWR . I ,If Trni ,lf X . R .. . 'EN I Ur' I -.., X EIFWLQ ,I . .1 NWN. E XX XL L 3 ' Llsei' . x M4 1 ff JI I I I '-W' X M . ,ls X i ' H ,EN K f L If 2 a E ix 1 -RX? C, ki L Bk . Z, PROF. R. L. MCQUARY . . PROP. L. R. DINGUS . . GL.-XD1'S f3IPPLE Trfuzsylimnia Collfge L. R. DINGUS GLAOYS GIPPLE RIGIJON RATLIEI-' R. L. MCQUARY PANSY DINKLE LEER BUCKLEY LEWIS MATHER XVILLIAM MAGOFFIN GEORGE GIVIDEN GORDON DAVIS Missions Council OIFIFICERS Collryz' of Bibff' R. L. MCQUARY ALLEN IiUBER CIIARLES ROE GRO UP LEADERS FREEMAN IIISATII T. B. CLAYTON PEXDLETON GARROTT RIJTII BANNISTER MA RY LOUISE F.-XRROXV NA NCY ELLIOTT JOE MORRISON 72 . . . . . Prfszflfnt . . . Tn'as1u'vr . .Sac'r4'tary Ilzmzilton BIsA'I'RICIa MCFIXLL VIRGINIA CLARK FRANCES SCOTT 'FHOMAS SIIEPARII MARGUERITE CLARK .AANNA ZINK VVALTHR FREY MARGARET FIsI-IBACR FLORENCE MARTIN DAISY MCLIN WOO IOOA X W I . X Q, g . FA dak N, K , X AB B is N. gi 'REEF 1971 , In Q fa fi X iq- V V 2' if Y, nw, -- .' LV -, ,zkf ,!fj3Q,-5.2 ' -we-ap g3f.,.,.4M,, , ,,, - ID UUCAHO I mmm WQZQL gy-X .X - 5 fx ij, mt a ffi' M N X A 74- 5760 mmm WQQZHQ Q A aj 3 Q 1 W' ff X 1 w ffglu i,,,,?K,, V GL 3 xox I -'1, 'I M' W . 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C.,XR'l'ER CHARLES VANVVINRLE CHARLES C. THOMPSON ALLEN IIURER HOWARD BURNE'l"fE IIARRY J. BERRY GEORCIIE KINCIIIELOE MONR0li SIIUSTER Bow CLAYTON TOM SIHEPARD JAMES FALILCONER CLAunE CL'MM1xS cjIfIflClERS T. li. CLAx"r0x . .... . . . Palriarfh A. I.. IIUBER . . . . Iliyh Print II. N. BL5RXE'I"I'E . . . Prophet M. G. SHUSTER . . . . Sage G. VV. KINCIIELOE . . . . . . Scribe II. J. BERRY . . . . . Kefpcr of Sflvkfls C. S. VANVVINKLH . .... Guide C. C. '1'uoMPS0x ....... . . Doorlenrpcr FACULTY IVIEMRERS VVARD RUSSELL R. L. MCQUARY C. L. PY,x'1"1' VV. C. BOVVER PLEIJGES FREEMAN PIEATII F. N. VVOLEE 83 Q.. H2750 RRRRSRLRLRRLLR my Q Y X Nd XX ' ff Rf mr a-HT! l X J iff Elk x - j I A J N A 1 l rug .Ami xxx 'l'i?7f"g' Ll . E F- 9- ei Q x 4:77, . R A Ll W . J V-fjxi-- f pox-Jr Sigma Upsilon fllonorary Literary Frateruityj Colors: Green and Gold Iwl0"LUl?f.' Jouquil BOAR'S HEAD CHAPTER OITITICERS BENxE'r'r ROACH . . . .... ......... P rnidfnt QERAYDON ROVVER . . ...... Secretary and Treasurer 3 WILLIAM D. Ocnox GRAX'IJON BOVVER KIEMBERS JOE IELIJREU MORRISON AI.FREI7 flROTEFEND CZEORGE KINC1iEI.0E BENNET1' ROACH Frzvzzlty fllmubrrs Trios. B. IVIACARTNEY C. C. FREEMAN ERNEST XV. IJELCAMP Ilonorary flI1'11zbr'1's JAMES LAXE ALLEN FRANK VVALLI-IR ALLEN JOHN VVILSON 'IROVVNSEND S4 l .. H1780 WRREWMRMR WM. X -X . lx -f': ,. PJ THE 'fm 0 ig f' 2-wiv - H ,Jr , . ,, , Y, la 4 A. :NX X cg H V.. yy . -fzkfx X ,J iz, "xxx NY 47 -W fy-iff. ff Sigma Theta CHon0rary Literary Fraternity? MERMAID CHAPTER OFFICERS BELLE ELLxo'rT . . . . .... ........ . Presidcnl Dokorm' GRUBBS . . ...... Secrflary and Treasurer NIEMBERS Fmxcss Coox RUTH BANMSTER BELLE ELLIOT Dokorm' Gkusss MARY BUFORD HODGES HELEN HIFNER MARY HYDEN PANSY DINKLE Faculty Illembers Mus. A. F. HEMENWAY Mxss MYRNA Borsa Ss H60 rmwmfmwfrmmf-ir HIQPQ xx x A , XP' THIS l,,' h X u xr., 2' X 33521455 ',. I si XXQX z 1 U -bv xy - tm .Q-' yi ff ' QS fm- in-rx, A 21 Book and BOHCS Clionorary Senior Fraternity! QJFFICIZRS Rxcnox RA'1'LxrF. . . . . . . . .... . . . President BENNETT ROACH . . . Srrretary and Treasurer RIERIBERS ZACK LOGAN MAURICE F. SEAY JAY E. EVANS W. BENNET1' ROACH RIGDON K. RA1'LxFP THOMAS J. SHEPARD P. GRAYDON Bowan 86 Hmm wrmmmwmm WM K QW ,f ' mt pf f VA X ih' J W fd! 25. X X , gh 1 QL 1 "3 YE- 3 ,V . 'Vg f T X K K an 'tv NNI Aga "..f ' LQ if f A - XX 'ff .WH MCHQS PaH'H61l6HiC Council MAURICE F. SEAY MONROE G. SCHUSTER Phi Kappa Tau Phi Kappa Tau ZAOK LOGAN Kappa Alpha ALFRED G. POWELL Kappa xllpha BENNETT ROACH Pi Kappa Alpha VV. C. BORDERS Pi Kappa fllpha 37 , M780 'UMW EWLWXNHDBX- HQQ4 5 f X Trlt ,ff 1 K X ' IMA, 'vi 5 I: A X ' - ,a L 5 if - , - --K lf22'SWf,R - 88 mmm t mfmNm1 fWuLwmmAx MQPQA X Q-X. , 517 J THE g n 7 ilk!-1 L ia A. X -Q 1 QQ. 4 fx Q2 11' "iq .' X A E3 I- I V VJ! WH X 9 M It 4 -fx A NX X ri - U g h? : ' L -fi' 4i Q. -- 1, 'R L-F - 2,3 j , 51 ' fL,4' 41,2113 ASX ik Phi Kappa Tau Founded at Miami University, 1906. lfolorsx llxlrvnrcl Real :xml Old Gold FlofLcf'r.' Red Carnation Pll,Ilil'lIfiIl1l.Y.' "The l.:1urel" and "Si4lelights". Theta Chapter Installed 1919 1"R.-'Yl'ER IN 1".fxcLiLT,x'1'12 C. I.. l'x',x'1"1' i'iR.X'l'Rl?S IN COLLIEGIO Sfniors iV1.Xl'RICIE F. Slim' Vxviw O. ROBERTSON fznziors I.. GORDON DAVIS Rxxw VIQIIOMPSON iNiOXR0li G. SCl1us'l'1zR liIiRl'5liR'l' XVOOORUIPF NVA1.'1'lcR D. FRICY l.1aON M. CIIILDIERS SOfTll0lll0l'l'.Y C'UR'1'Is 12. SmRI.lcx' QZIEORCIC M. Glvlmix ZINN O. PRICE Rofilik V.XX.ARSDICl.I. Sm BARTON SOUIRE CUMMINS Frzfxlznzwz '1'uOMAs Dunw JOHN A. FARR ALEXANDER MACM1I,I.,xN ROBERT MAYIQS SAM VVILCOX ROXALD RUOOLES 89 WOO iiQRR5iYiwiRi.Ai i994 W A ,iid mf FW f - x 91 . -, Q0 Maw IHQQA4 I I , ,gal mr file , . it I il at Qi I j s as i . , - of S. A X -. i . , . .L cffgcaf. P111 Kappa Tau ACTIVE CHAPTERS fllpha . ....... . Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. Bela . . . . . Ohio Vniversity, Athens, Ohio. Gamma . . . . Vniversity of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio. Delia . . . . Centre College, Danville, Ky. Epsilon . .... Mount Union, Alliance, Ohio. Zeta . . . University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Ela . . . . Muhlenberg College, Allentown, Pa. Theta . . . Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky. Iota . . . . . Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Kappa . . University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Lambda . . . Perdue Ifniversity, Lafayette, Ind. Mu . . . . . Lawrence College, Appleton, VVis. Nu . . . University of California, Berkeley, Cal. Xi . . . . Franklin Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa. Omirron . . . . Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. Pi . . , University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Cal. Rlm . . . . . Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N. Y. Sigma . . . . Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. Tau . , ...... Yniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Upsilon . . . Nebraska VVesleyan University, University Place, Neb. Phi . . ......... Bethany College, Bethany, VV. Va. Chi . . . North Carolina State College, Raleigh, N. C. Psi . . . . Vniversity of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Omrga . . University of VVisconsin, Madison, VVis. Jlpfza pllplza . . . . . Michigan Agricultural College. 91 g?g-K V , M760 ioiyksifiyiikiai iooa. x W f W L mr ' ww . , 1 a Bail lux? fl' ji-1, -f24f2fw1' -1 if 92 E750 k TIYQAN5YW!WM WM .L . .Int .ff E if 439 'M If 1 A 3 l 1. 1 -3 4'5' 1 fit if ln' i fs'-,, fi' - E," 4"T1 fi 1 ' W aj ' , ,M ' 'Ili ,l X .Fluff -lg? Y at-.gw lp .. . L Q 8 S., -, - -, ,g, 7 1.1 - - xi .f f,,' Nw.. Kappa Alpha Founded at YVashington and Lee University, 1865. Colors: Crimson and Gold I"lofLwrs.' Magnolia and American Beauty Rose Plzblimlionw "The Kappa Alpha Journal", and "The Special Messenger". Alplaa Theta Chapter Installed 1891 FRATRIES IN F.xcL'1.TATE 'l'. B. lNIAcAR'l'xr:Y llliNRY LLOYD ROBERT POVVICLL FRATRES IN Co1.1.EG10 Seniors Zlxcx LOGAN TIM XV. '1'1xs1.E1' funiors .ALFRED G. POVVELL LEw1s VANSAN1' Soplzomores M. LEER HUCKLEY MARION M. RHODES VVILLIAM R. lVIAG0l-'I-'IX R. GOVVAN NOOE TOM F. GAY, JR. 1'll'l'.Y1ll1ll'1l Mmuox Iimku I,Ew1s XVARE 93 f , ivan iam aifeiwalmfti ina N S srl 0 , r 1 2 ,I 'In : , f ggp -. X Kg -giqsl g , 1 if Q xii? 2 iw, . N JL l M! 'K bg ',"3glV,.'v,?f.5Y i 94 1'- IUYSQ W M T MN mf My Q Q4 P' ,jg mr ,file . it t X 13 5-4,'j"" T 1 ' ,ir l 1 hav- E. YK it ,t , yt! , Nj, , 1 - A, . 1 c . U , ' 4- f -E, Alpha . Gamma . Dflta . . Epsilon . Zeta . . Eta . Theta . . Kappa . Lambda . Nu . . . Xi Omifron . . Pi Sigma . Tau . . Upsilon . Chi . . Pri. . .. Omega . . . Alpha Alpha . Alpha Beta . . Alpha Gamma Alpha Delta . Alpha Zeta . . Eta . Alpha Alpha Theta . Alpha Kappa . Alpha Lamhrla Alpha Mu . . Alpha Nu . . Alpha Xi . . Alpha Iota . . Alpha Omirron Alpha Pi . . Alpha Rho . . Alpha Sigma . Alplza Tau . . .fllpllll Phi . . Alpha Omfga . Beta Alpha . . Bfta Bela . . Beta Gamma . Bela Epsilon . Beta Zeta . . Bfta Eta . . Bfta Thfla . . Bfla Iota . . Bela Kappa . Beta Lambda . Beta Mu . . . Bela Beta Beta Omirron . Nu... Xi... Kappa AcT1vE CHAPTERS VVashington and Lee University, Lexington, Va , ..... University of Georgia, Athens, Ga . . . VVofford College, Spartanburg, S. C . . , . . Emory College, Oxford, Ga. . Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, Va . University of Richmond, Richmond, Va . University of Kentucky, Lexington, . . . . . .Mercer University, Macon 7 . . University of Virginia, Charlottesville, . Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, . . Southwestern University, Georgetown, . . . . . University of Texas, Austin, Ky Ga Va Ala Tex Tex . . University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn . . . . . Davidson College, Davidson, N. C. . , . VVake Forest College, VVake Forest, N. C. 1 w , , University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C . . . . Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn . . . . Tulane University, New Orleans, La . . . . .Centre College, Danville, Ky . . . University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn . . . University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala . Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La . , . . VVilliam Jewell College, Liberty, Mo . VVilliam and Mary College, VVilliamsburg, Va . . . . . .Westminster College, Fulton, . . . Transylvania College, Lexington, . . . University of Missouri, Columbia, . . . . johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Mo Ky Mo Md . . . . . . Millsaps College, jackson, Miss G:orge VVashington University, VVashington, D. C . . . . . University of California, Berkeley, Cal . . . . .Centenary College, Shreveport, La . . . University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, . . . . Leland Stanford University, Stanford, . . L Ark Cal 'aiversityof VVest Virginia, Morgantown, VV. Va . . . . Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Va . . . . . . . Trinity College, Durham, N. C . North Carolina State College, Raleigh, N. C . , . Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo . . . Bethany College, Bethany, VV. Va . College of Charleston, Charleston, S. C . . University of Delaware, Newark, University of Florida, Gainesville, Del Fla . University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla . VVashington University, St. Louis, . . . Drury College, Springfield, Mo Mo. . . University of Maryland, College Park, Md . . Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex . . . . St. John's College, Annapolis, . . . Oglethorpe University, Oglethorpe, Md Ga . Oklahoma A. 8: M. College, Stillwater, Okla . . , University of Louisville, Louisville, 95 Ky ? Mao iaassifiiasia iooa mt JP Ll X N ff- , 4 , X 13 r In 4 - X c WWI -'Hg Y X51 QQIQUL' 'L ' 2-' K 'N H M K X ' ft js. A X 1 --' , f ,, 4 .2111 ' X X '1 ' 96 H1760 THAN 5Yr HLWnNM!3x HQQ4. ,. V Sk X 552 x 5 l ,. :3. .5 agp Qybx S. L' Tl1II ' A ' W ' F, ,iff V K 'Elk ' cum ON I H07 4 ,, , , rf Ju I 1 f, 4 , .1 2' C ff f" 4 gfgiwf- 4 Colors: Garnet and Gold Pi Kappa Alpha Founded at Vniversity of Virginia, 1868. Flofwfri' Lily-of-the-Valley Pulzliralimzs: "The Shield and Diamond" and "The Dagger and Key" Kappa Chapter Installed 1900 FRATRES IN FACULTATE WV. C. BOVVER R. L. MCQUARX' PIARLIE L. SMITH FRATRES IN COLLEGIO Seniors VV. C. BORDERS cik.-XYDON BOWER BENNETT ROACH J. MvRoN VVOOLERY Juniors CHAS. S. VAN XVINRLE HURT V. HALEERT LLEwE1.r.Yx ADAMS LEWIS H. MATHER W. J. Bom PAUL T. OMER Sophomores EDVVARD ADAMS RONALD NEwcoME Fresh In PH KENDALI. CHINN S. R. BATTENFIELD JOHN G. LAYTHAM D. P. JONES JOHN REEvEs A. J. Gu-zxx, JR. 97 HMSO lllQLW 5YlLMlNll1Ll lnavag L f 3 Lim' 41 gs- gr sa Q - I, wx: -' Q xi? -X AF' ef . . Q' V Q 1 Q' 7 if ' 'I , W 1-5 X- V-, ,i:Zfgwi2i-1 98 M7760 mmm WQMMF I KT .-' ' . f, I , 1 A 'apnea g M ra, I 4' "' '- 2 ' " "- if . ffiff f ,.' ' P ei? ' :E A. -cc ,pfL3f,if..f. if Alpha . B eta Gamma . . Delta . . Zeta Eta Theta . . Iota . . . Kappa . .Mu . . . Omzeron . . Pi. Sigma . . Tau Upsilon . Pri . Omega . . . Alpha Alpha . Alpha Gamma Alpha Delta . Alpha Uprilon Alpha Zeta . . Alpha Eta . . Alpha Iota . . Alpha Kappa . Alpha Nu . . . Alpha Xi . . . Alpha Omirron Alpha Pi Alpha Rho . . Alpha Sigma . Alpha Tau . . Alpha .Alpha Phi . . Alpha Chi . . Alpha Pri . . Alpha Omega . Upxilon . . Pi Kappa Alpha ACTIVE CHAPTERS . . . . . . University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. . . . . . .Davidson College, Davidson, N. C. . NVilliam and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va. . Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham, Ala. . . . . . University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. . . . . . . . Tulane University, New Orleans, La. . Southwestern Presbyterian University, Clarksville, Tenn. . . . Hampden-Sidney College, Hampden-Sidney, Va. . . . . . . . Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky. . . Presbyterian College of S. C., Clinton, S. C. , . . University of Richmond, Richmond, Va. . Vilashington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. . . . . Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. . University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. . . . Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Auburn, Ala. . North Georgia Agricultural College, Dahlonega, Ga. . . . . . University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. . . . . . . . Trinity College, Durham, N. C. . . . . Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. . . . . . Georgia School of Technology, Atlanta, Ga. North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, Raleigh, N. C. . . University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Ark. University of State of Florida, Gainesville, Fla. . . . . . . Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss. . . Missouri School of Mines, Rolla, Mo. . . . University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. . University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio . Southwestern University, Georgetown, Tex. . . Howard College, East Lake, Ala. . . Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. University of California, Berkeley, Cal. , . . . University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah , . New York University, New York City, N. Y. . . . Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. . Syracuse University, Syracuse, N. Y. . . Rutgers College, New Brunswick, N. , . . . . . .K. S. A. C., Manhattan, Kans. Beta Alpha , , , . Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. Beta Bpfa , , . . University of VVashington, Seattle, Wash. Baia Gamma , , . . University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. Beta Delia . . . University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. M. Beta Epsilon . . . VVestern Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Beta Zeta . . . . Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex. Beta Eta . . . . . University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill. Baia Thpla , , ..... Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y. Beta Iota . . . ....... Beloit College, Beloit, Wis. Bela Kappa , , . . Emory University, Emory University, Ga. Beta Lambda , .... XVashington University, St. Louis, Mo. Beta Mu . . ...... University of Texas, Austin, Tex. Beta Nu . . . .Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Ore. Beta Xi . . . . . . University of VVisconsin, Madison, Wis. Beta Omirron . . . . University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla. Beta Pi . . . . University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa. Beta Rho . . . . . . Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colo. Beta Sigma . . . Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, Pa. Beta Tau . . . . . University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Beta Upsilan . . . . University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Bela Phi. . . ...... Perdue University, Lafayette, Ind. Beta Chi. . . . University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Bela Psi . . . ...... Mercer University, Macon, Ga. f r- 4l" . lego IIQANSYIWEINIJ-k loo X . W . ' Tflf K X . X 1 f,' xx . mf- ,'!,,V, fin i 4' Hui! 0 -Gffff X air" if 5 .rj ' ef ,f 1 -cs ith, ' KX, 5. - A LA i I -j gig? ,liffff ' towfu ' IOO MEG EWHQANSYMQYKNHA WM VX 1-Xi' - - JI: ,, mf ,R M lg . xx 3 Q' A ff f f"?Af' "V' 'Wiz -A A . 12' A 1 4 B gi-Y M 2 'ray X x , . 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Chi Chapter Installed 1903 SORORES IN COLLEGIO ANNABEL L. RACE MARGUERITE CLARK MARY LOUISE FARROW LUCILE XVALKER FIELEN H. DEDMAN EVELYN MCLONEY MARVIN RAY IIELEX BACKER ELIZABETH TANDY VVILMA MCCORD LAURA J. HAYMARER ELIZABETH SPENCER IJOROTHY G. VANSANI' HELEN M. CURTIS ARDIS M. XVELTON PATRON DR. T. B. NIACARTNEY PATRONESSES MRS. T. B. MACARTNEY MRS. SHELBY I'IARBlSON MRS. C. F. BROWER MRS. CHARLES NORTON MRS. A. XV. FORTUNE DEAN MYRNA BOYCE MRS. MAY STONER CLAY MRS. ANDREVS' BOWMAN MRS. CLARENCE FREEMAN MRS. GEORGE BACKER 103 IHYYSO llllMN 5YlWf5lNll!l-l WQQL N' 17 xwvkx - f- ,rr', ffm Tnt I' K 104 H1780 WHQAN NWQZMP S-S . -if ,, H.. Ai ye :tw I I i O I ea-Sr L ' 1-H-- ' Delta Delta Delta Founded at Boston University, Thanksgiving Eve, 1888. Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue Flo-wfr: Pansy Symbol: Pine Jrwrl: Pearl Oprn Molto: "Let us steadfastly love one another." Pzzlllirationsf "The Trident" and "The Triton". 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" E 'W Ili: 1 ' xi Qi? Y ' 's ' Q XS 1' Yip. .-. QYSS QELBTITJ- 1 Q X ' -ill gi Inunc M730 mqdgfux X. I-'-I Q1 9-V 1 -41. X 1 ' ' TNI . n '12 I y'r 1 i l 5 X X 'QPR'-Q ' wx f Q, f 1 f 'A A -ff. X ci H 1- 1, ' 4' , ' if . .5 A e K , --fff :f, g' V i . , . The Ploneer Qoachmg Staff VVILLIS T. S'l'liXYAR'IL . . ..... Foolball Caavfz Roslin Powlau, . . ....... Ilirwflor f1f,lif1f1'liC5 P. B. IJEVERIEUX . . . Rasleflball and Iizuvlmll Coaflz 4ATIlLIE'I'IC COL,'NCIL Pkolf. C. I.. PYA'1"r . ........ . Clmirman Pxor. F. XV. Rmzvss . . .Svrrrtary PROP. V. F. PAYNE . . . . . . Trwaxzzrrr J. R. BUSH . . . . gllzunni R1'fU'l'5I'lllll1i'Z'f' S. S. Cxkklcx . . . fllumni Rf'pr'm'11l11liw Rxuxx THOMPSON . . Studfnt R1'fH'l'.Y!7llflIfi4JL' no ' V lt? mmm mqvm K , df Int ' - W Wuxi I S i 2 .. elif! O IJOOLEY . . VAUGHN . . R. MORRISON CRAY BORDERS XVILCOX . . BOYD . . MAYES . . HALBERT . . R. 'THOMPSON WARE . . . L. ADAMS . FRYER. . . BEARD .... STEVENS . . . BATTENFIIELII . . DUGAN . . . CEIVIDEN . BURNS . . JOHNSON . . RIACIXIILLAN . HATCHETT. . . J. BIORRISON . BILL 'THONIPSON . . ROSCOE THOMPSON . BUCKLES . . ROBERTSON . . Football TIII2 SQUAD . . fJ6'Ilfl'I' . . . . lllllflt' . . . . vlllfklf . . . . ylllfklt' . . . . Tm'K'le . . . End . . . End . . . End . . . . C?llIJl'l'l'l' . . . Q?IlI!1'fI'l' . . . Illlffbllfl' . . .C:llIll'I1. . . .f:llIU'I1. . . . Ilflfffmfl' . . . Flzffbrlrl . . . llalfbrzrl' . . . llzzlfbark . . . Ilalfbrzrk . . . Czmrzl . . . .End . . . . Qlzrfrtfr . . . Guard . . . . Cufzrfl . . . . GlIlll'll . . . . Cnrzrzl . . . flffznfzgrr . III . . Frankfort, Ky. . . Livingston, Tenn . . Springfield, Ill . Fleniingsburg, Ky . . . . Odessa, RIO . . lflizabethtown, Ky. . Lawreneeburg, Ky. . VVest Point, lVlisS. . . .LexingtOn, Ky . . Shelbyville, Ky . Smithfield, Ky . . Falmouth, Ky . Shelbyville, Ky .VVeSt Point, Bliss lllineral VVells, Tex . ..... Bellevue Ky . . North Pleasureville, Ky . .... Springfield, Ky . . Shelbyville Ky . , Bellevue, Ky . . Shelbyville, Ky . . Springfield, Ill . . . Gilbert, Ark . . . Gilbert, Ark Elizabethtown Ky . . Pleasureville, Ky MSO FlllllQPhN5vlflllNfANlllAl IOOZI E ,P 3, mt i Q x "M" I 1 f, , f ...X X W1 NZ , X l ly if W' 1 N l 'R -A fu- Eifm 'i' it - 125' ,L -- L. S . . e Stal .-- - .Q :nur X12 Football, 1923 VVhen the last whistle ended the Thanks- giving game it closed a season very signifi- cant in football history at Transylvania. lt was a season replete with fight and school spirit, a season which will be an inspira- tion to teams of future years. Coach Stew- art returned in September, after an absence of six years, with the avowed intention of placing our team on a par with the team of any college in the South. He had only a few letter men from last year to use as a nucleus, but, nevertheless, he has led us through a season that is a big step in our program. With only a few days of practice the Pioneers took the Cumberland College team into camp to the tune of 47 to 7. This game brought to light a new football pos- sibility in the person of Vaughn, who bids fair to help make football history in Ken- tucky. With another year of coaching and experience he promises to be one of the best linemen in the South. On the next Saturday the Pioneers went to VVinchester to give the Panthers the pleasure of avenging last year's defeat, but, behold, when the score came out in the papers it read Transylvania, 133 Kentucky Wesleyan, 7. The game was saved from mediocrity only by the brilliant line work of Dooley and Morrison and Boyd's catch- ,I- IWSO WDAN 5WLWfllNllf-K MQ X ' Trlf W , X nm: I VT if ig N ll r X I H g EM m O i ' V W 5 2.1 fi-M! Z Z Ali 67:51 1- -4-4 ?' ' R - ing of passes, as both teams showed a great lack of team work. October I6 marked the first defeat of the year. The wearers of the Crimson fought gamely and doggedly, but the su- perior weight and condition of the Univer- sity of Dayton players told, and our team returned from the Ohio city without the coveted victory. Fryer showed his ability as a guard in this game and broke through the heavy Dayton line time after time. Stevens and Burns were carried from the field, each injured in making a tackle. Their hard and reckless tackling was the comment of the bleachers during the whole game. Chattanooga came to Lexington with all the dope in the bucket in their favor, but they found a big surprise awaiting them. In the roughest game ever seen on Thomas Field they were able to win by only three points, and those points made on luck. The two veterans, Halbert and Borders, starred in this game and held the team to- gether when their captain had been carried to the bench unconscious. In the game with the University of Lou- isville, Transylvania suffered a serious handicap on account of the heavy field. The Pioneers' shifty backs found it impossible to find a footing in the sea of mud and water which was dignified by the term Hgridironu, and the Red and Black team were returned the winners by a I2 to 0 II J WSU THAN 5YWf5kNlAk Q sm r Tru: it We f if - V li T D, l TW f -. X 1. :WUQJ n 1522, X ,N j -at Q , ts.: i ss, - 114 score. Johnson at end and Buckles and Bill Thompson in the line showed their grit and fight in this game, and made the going hard for the Louisville boys. Western Normal brought a fast, heavy, well-coached team to Lexington and were able to defeat the Transylvania team, I3 to 6. Their two touchdowns, however, were not made till the last quarter, when their markedly superior weight began to tell. Gividen showed well in this game, his work at end being the subject of com- ment in the city press. Next came the Earlham game. It was the only game of the season which found our team in perfect condition and the weather right. The result shows what the team was when it was playing up to form. The score was: Earlham, Og Transylvania, 40. The team work was perfect, the interference and tackling excel- lent. Adams' speed on end runs was a great ground gainer, and Ryan Thomp- son's broken field running was the subject of special comment. At one time, aided by good interference, he dodged through the whole Earlham team for a touchdown from a kickoff. At this moment Manager Robertson was seen turning handsprings, though he later regained consciousness. Dope was about even on the Thanksgiv- ing game, but the weather man took a hand against the Pioneers and converted the Georgetown Held into a giant mud puddle. IUTSU lWAN5WLM5lNl1-k MQ xx in' l ' X .Twill X 'gr' 7 I ,iw XX ituj O I fyf 5 V' THTI n 'W 2 X L 1' I ' ln! il' F X 3 V :L W 17 K 7 x 2' Five minutes after the first whistle blew, the Crimson jersies could not be distin- guished from the Orange, for both were covered with sticky clay. The game was lost in the first five minutes of play when Gieorgetowrfs heavier team enabled them to carry the ball across for a touchdown, but the Crimson team fought right on. VVare ran back Georgetowifs punts for half the length of the field, and VVilcox made the hardest tackle ever seen on Hinton Field. Georgetown could score no more after the first quarter, for our team fought them to the last minute as if their lives depended on it. The whole student body stood in a drizzling rain and outyelled the Tiger rooters to the last, even when everyone real- ized that the handicap of the mud was too much for the Crims3n's style of attack. VVith this kind of spirit and support, with a wealth of football material returning to school, and with the best back in the state, "Punk" Thompson, re-elected as captain of the team, Coach Stewart expects next year to produce a team equal to that of 1915, and to far surpass this year's record which shows that Transylvania scored eleven points more than her opponents. IWSO lilQAkN Slflwfklmllk Q Syl Q xo X 1 cox Al g S ew .. X 3 fl A A Ra B Q, 9- 7 ,W Wi "S, THE ,Et X v ff i l lv. l I K6 u ff 5 So -B 'I-"I - ' :dugg x N -,semi I Tw' X l o ix fif Football Sclxeclule, 1923 Trzuisvlvania. . . 5 Cumberland Collcffe . V b ,l1l'2lIlS'lVZlIllZl . . . I 3 Kentuckf VVcslc an . . . 5 5 Y Trzmsylvania . . 0, University of Dayton . . Trzlnslyvania. . 31 lfniversity of Chattanooga Trzuisylvania . . up lfniversity of Louisville . Trzmsylvania . . 6, XVestern Kentucky Normal Transylvania. . .405 Earlham College . . . . Trans lvania . . . Og Geor etown Colle e . Y Trznlsylvania . . 1095 Opponents . . 116 ifzfgo i iiimm itqiofi 555 l THE f 1 ' M - "' , X '37-UI -5, 5 W1 3 1' 'Q 'Z I ' Baslcetlnall . Boys' Senizneus Transylvania . . .205 St. Thomas Athletic Club 23 Transylvania . . . 19, Sewanee . ..... . 18 Transylvania . . . 17, Kentucky lVesleyan . . 30 Transylvania . . . 24,5 llaryville .... 18 Transylvania . . .22, Centre . . . 23 Transylvania . . . 33, West Virginia . . 41 Transylvania . . . 285 Georgetown . 38 Transylvania . . . 29, Virginia . . 31 Transylvania . . . 22, V. P. I. ..... 26 Transylvania . . . 115 Carson-Newnian . 36 Transylvania . . . 28, Tennessee .... 4,1 Transylvania . . . 21 , lllaryville . 20 Transylvania . . . 235 Sewanee . . 32 Transylvania . . . 34, Georgetown . 35 CTVIRLSJ Seuiznuuz Transylvania . . . 115 Kentucky VVesleyan . . . 7 Transylvania . . . 165 Eastern Normal . 26 Transylvania . . . 25, Georgetown . . . . 3 Transylvania . . . 135 Kentucky YVesleyan . . 7 Transylvania . . . 14, Louisville . . . . 9 Transylvania . . . 16, Peabody . . I3 Transylvania . . . 315 Georgetown . . . 4. Transylvania . . . 175 Eastern Normal . 18 Transylvania . . . 20, Louisville .... I7 117 :ull - , ""' L-' 79 7' 1 7' IH rao iiaas sir iyaiisiai HWQZMA .Q-sxf 5 ,Zig V' -4 THE ' 1 1 a lf . if ig.. Y: X 'Raiser' . l f Qi. f kfiffiii L F' pg ff f "' 1 V' ,lit Z en... V Ahh :Z 4 f i 5 a BF ggxxg LQ g B - ,, i Boys' Basketball 118 On the 1923-24. basketball schedule there were more games, and a fair share of them with genuinely "big" teams, than have been played in a Transylvania net season for a number of years. Beginning their season with a pre-Christmas game the Pioneers played a total of fourteen contests, out of which number they won two. 23-20, 19-18, 23-22, 31-29, 26-22, 35-34. ran the scores for some of the games-games that the Crimsons should have won by all reasoning, yet were unable to. Surely very few teams lose so many close games in one season. The schedule opened with the St. Thomas Ath- letic Club game in Louisville on December 20, the Pioneers losing to the semi-pro team in the last minutes, 23-20. After the reopening of col- lege in january, the first go-round was that on the home floor with Sewanee Tigers, with the game ending I9-I8 in Transylvania's favor. On the following night, January 19, considerably tired by their hard battle with Sewanee, the Crimsons were no match for Wesleyan, and the Purple and VVhite took the long end of the 30-17 score. Exams cut practice to a minimum preceding the Maryville College game on jan- uary 29, but the Pioneers played brilliantly to win, 24-18. Captain Powell and Gividen were chief attractions for the Crimson, each playing what seemed an inspired game. Three days later the team went to Danville for the first Centre-Transylvania game in several years, and were defeated in pre-whistle play, 23-22. The game was disastrous to Crimson hopes, since it put VVare, center, out of the line-up for most of the remaining games. The University of VVest Virginia team was undoubtedly one of the best that has played in Lexington in many seasons. Against the Moun- taineers on February 5, the Crimsons played what was perhaps their best game of the year, and, scoring more points than any other Kentucky team against the VVest Virginians, battled their way to a 41-33 defeat. The playing of Ed Adams featured the Pioneer game, although the entire team played basketball that at times looked good enough to win. Unable to play Freshmen, the Transylvania five was in little condition for the first game with Georgetown on February 9 and were decisively beaten, 38-28. After a week's rest the Crimsons, still without VVare, faced the Cavaliers from the University of Vir- ginia, and, after fighting their way to tie a lmao rafts sifiyiaifyiaai loga- mr t X fa 1 1- f ff f sxsx Wi A -M f -2 . .1551 A '- big lead amassed against them in the first min- utes, were beaten in a last-second spurt that gave the Old Dominion team the game, 31-29. That was on Friday night. On Monday night the Pioneers met Virginia Polytefhnic Institute's quin- tet in the gym, and were defeated in a game that should by all means have been won. The final score was 26-22, V. P. I. getting the margin within sixty seconds of the last whistle. On Tuesday night the team left for its four- game Tennessee trip. The first went to Car- son-Newman's speedy five, 36-11, the Crimsons never getting fairly started. Thursday night, February 21, found the Pioneers in poor condi- tion for Tennessee's Volunteers. Tennessee took the slow game, 41-28. On Friday night the Crimsons lost to Maryville College. For the sec- ond time in as many years the game was de- cided in a second five-minute play-off period. At the end of a game which was easily the Pioneer's until the last minute of time, the score stood Ig-IS. The first extra period ended with it advanced to 21-21. The second took heavy toll of the travel-worn Crimson players, and Mary- ville drew away to a 29-21 victory. Morrison and Buckley were the Pioneer mainstays in the fray. In a rough and bitter game at Sewanee, after an entire day's travel, the Pioneers were again defeated, 32-23. The second Georgetown game was played in March with the score tied at numerous intervals and the game anybody's un- til the final whistle of the season, Georgetown Hnishing ahead on the 35-34. score. Ryan Thomp- son played his best basketball of his three-year career in this game. Allred Powell, Ed Adams, Leer Buckley, Ray Morrison, Louis Ware, Ryan Thompson, George Gividen, and Graydon Bower re- ceived lettera at the close of the season. Powell captained the five and played what was undoubt- edly the best basketball of his three-year collegiate career. Bower managed the team. "Bob" Powell, stellar Crimson player for four preceding sea- sons, coached the Pioneers until after the holi- days, when he was succeeded by f'Pat" Devereux. "Coach" worked wonders with what was gen- erally an inexperienced squad of men. In view of the fact that no players graduate, he can con- fidently be expected to turn out an excellent team next winter. ll Wao lraptssyltiaslat looa. XX-.A . x XX I J, mt 'A . W cu o ' V :iii .K, lf Et f f X, 'mt X, X L ul ir A heefvfx 1 E T B rf: fi i IM 'ff 1 25 -ax, - s tai- --..X ..- M i Girls' Basketball Under the guidance of Coach Pat Dev- ereux, the women of Transylvania came through a successful basketball season, re- ceiving out of a ten-game schedule only two defeats. In the opening game Kentucky VVesleyan lost to the Pioneer girls by a score of II to 7. Miss Yelton, our all-state center, began her characteristic playing for the sea- son with a good eye for the basket, and made over one-half of the Crimson's points. The next week at Richmond the Transyl- vania quintet came to their first defeat in two years, the Eastern Normal girls out- scoring by several points. Kentucky Wesleyan was outplayed a sec- ond time, with a score of 7 to 13, in a game at VVinchester, in which Miss Caldwell won a name for herself as backguard. February 5 marked a Transylvania vic- tory in the first game with Georgetown to the tune of 25 to 3. This was followed by the first victory over the University of Louisville, Transyl- vania winning with a score of I4 to 9. Bliss Whallon received favorable comment from the spectators because of her good playing as guard. Excellent team work centering around Captain Arnold's play at forward was one of the reasons for the defeat of Peabody Institute, and the latter team, champions of the South for years, left Lexington with a score of I6 to I3 against them. In the final two minutes lVIiss Farrow had clinched 120 H1780 iimusrityfmmat moo mt Km H V X lid' W Q 2, X Aj i it .i 1 "'n- X mt X a j is cg o s-,lf g ,ff ff the victory by tossing one field goal and one foul. The second defeat of the Pioneer girls came February 23, when the Eastern Nor- mal team surpassed them by a margin of one point. Miss Hardwick's floor work was the best seen in Lexington this season. The piling up of points continued when in a second game with Georgetown, Feb- ruary 25, Transylvania made an easy vic- tory of thirty-one points to the enemy's four. Miss Schindler starred, caging the ball from all angles. The season closed with the second victory over the quintet from Louisville. Much credit must be given to the un- tiring work of Coach Devereux and to the capable management of Miss Shephard, and to the playing of the second team whose work deserves praise, for it was through the practice of Misses Owens, Mountjoy, Franklin, Schultz, and Blevins that the ex- cellent development of the first team was made possible. With the exception of lVIisses Arnold and Shephard, all the squad will return next year, and prospects are bright for another championship. l2l gk , H1780 'IWAXN 5Yll.WflNllf3l Q "'l F mt ' 1 W XX -rf ' f , 5,1 if 2 .LH F 'gh X I an 1, , 6- 9 'x , I f C Baseball Schedule, 1923 Nlarch 30-Transylvania IQ llflaryville . . . . 6 lVIa1'ch31-Transylvania 05 Nlaryville .... . . I2 April 2-Transylvania 33 Carson Newman . . . . 9 April 3-Transylvania. 21 Carson Newman ...... . . 7 April 4-Transylvania Og Lincoln Meniorial Institute . . . 6 April 13--Transylvania . . . . IIQ Georgetown College .... . . I0 April 21-Transylvania . . . . 215 Kentucky VVesleyan . . . 2 Nlay 6-Transylvania 41 Maryville .... . . 9 May 9-Transylvania 69 Nlaryville ..... . . 5 llflay 11-Transylvania 95 Kentucky Yveszleyari . . . 2 zzz ireo iiarimifiiiaiuizi ioowi K -mm R fQx .. 1. :L .X 'f' a" '-xx' . i 'K THE if 'ln' x ' - . 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Managcr This day is essentially an enterprise of students, established first in 1923, and having for its purpose the development of a greater college consciousness characterized by unified spirit, enthusiasm, and good will. On the morning of lway the eighth of this year the oflicials of the day, elected as honorary representatives of the student body, received from the president the key to the gates of the institution and admitted all to a memorable day of contest and fun. 124 iriso iiiaiss iooa n T I . f S g, N 'L . I fi., vfffl- . IMWGI S fi I- f Q Jr. .X- IVF If ' " e if 2 .9 "- M' ,, -D fl giff' " f' I , F' , Q Y i f ,,x OFFICIAL BALLOT , I r C ,,..::' Avfnalzx 4 P ill ill I 1 '- FQ 'Ai '72 1 'R ll, -- "N f'14 , ' x FARM LABOR TICKET GLEE CLUB TICKET MISS TRANSYLVANIA MISS TRANSYLVANIA THELMA SHEPHERD .... , ,..., MARVIN RAY FIRST ATTENDANT FIRST ATTENDANT V I Q I if R ,- 4 f STAGI-:CRAFTI-:Rs TICKET MISS TRANSYLVANIA NANCY ARNOLD. . ,,,..,, .. FIRST ATTENDANT CHARI.OT'I'E nRI2DwEI.L ..., GLMIYS GIPPLE ,,,,,4,,,,,.,, EDITH HOOTMAN - SIQCOND ATTENDANT SECOND A'I'rENDANT SECOND ATTENDANT EDITH ROHFRTSOY ,,.. , VIRGINIA WHITE ..,.. B555 HUGHES -"" MR. PIONEER MR. IIONEER MRA PIONEER BURT V. HALBERT ...... RYAN THOMPSON ...... , RIGDON RATUFF ,--- A FIRST ATTENDANT FIRST ATTENDANT FIRST A1-TENDANT W- R' MAGUFFIN ----- ALFRED POWELL A--- F. I.. ADAMS ........,..,...., . SECOND ATTENDANT SECOND ATTENDANT SECOND ATTENDANT SAM WILCOX. ..,,. ..,, , . BILLY BURNS ..... . LEER BUCKLEY .,,. .. I 129 IMD IQQZIS ' THE iff BST ll f ' l H Qs.- ON 4 XQX 3 lk' J W , I xsxr Af L X .1 Calendar SEPTEMBER 24-"Crimson" management sponsors "Tran- lo-Registration. Freshmen's "Bible" starts circulation. Big squad reports for foot- ball practice. I2-Jamboree at Thomas Field by Y. M. for Freshmen. 13-Y. W. C. A. smile party. Green cap regulations posted. Dean Bower an- nounces first formal convocation. I4-Y. M. and Y. VV. reception. 15-VVilliam Harvey of f'Chicago Bottom" elected CU "Honorary President" of the Freshman Class. 18-Chi Omega dinner party at Bide-a-Vi ee on the Kentucky river. 21-Sophomores win "Bag Rush" from Fresh- 7 men. Faculty reception postponed. 26-Dean Bower announces first informal con- vocation. 28--Pioneers defeat Cumberland 46 to 7. Phi Kappa Tau dance at chapter house. 30-Traditional Periclea reorganized as At- helney Literary Society. Stagecrafters hold try-outs. OCTOBER 2-Faculty reception postponed. New chapel rules announced. , 4--Boarls Head of Sigma Upsilon meets. 5-Pay your "Rambler" subscription and be checked off the "Morgue" list. Pi Kappa Alpha dance at chapter house. 6-Pioneers defeat VVesleyan, I3 to 7. Dean Bower at chapel speaks on 'flntellectual Incrusatationn. 13-Dean Bower announces informal convo- cation. 14-Pioneers reported to have been defeated by University of Dayton, 35 to o. 18-"Crimson" protographing begins. Seniors order class rings. zo-Alpha Delta Theta admitted to National VVomen's Pan-Hellenic. Kappa Alpha dance. 22-Faculty reception postponed. 130 25 26 27 -Chattanooga leaves us, 6 to 3. Last four sylvania Day Campaign". Glee Club Stagecrafters, and Labor Party make known their platforms. -Last lap of campaign. Stump speakers' benediction. No serious casualties. -Glee Club ticket elects most candidates. Thelma Shephard and Ryan Thompson are congratulated as f'Miss Transylvania" and "Min Pioneer". seconds to be played later. NOVEMBER 2-'fCrimson" photo work ends. Lampas 3 5 goats in chapel. -At Louisville, girls are loyal, regardless Ccampusedl. -"The Tailor-Made Man" picked as Stagecrafters annual play. 7-Scrubs forfeit game to Eastern Normal. 9-COI'dllI'0yS and canes with Seniors make appearance. Koo Koo Klan initiates cheer leader with burning T. "The fire has gone out." Delta Delta Delta reunion hike. xo-Western Normal wins from Pioneers, I3 to 6. 16-Pioneers blank Earlham, 4.0 to o. 22-DT. Pyatt's high-class eleven from the C. of B. versus Transylvania's A.B.'s, A.B.:C.B.::6:o. "Crimson Ramblers," first concert of season at South Elkhorn. Girls' basketball practice begins. 23-H1924 Crimson" campaign. Business bet- ter! 28-K. K. K. pay last solemn rites to the 29 Tiger. Pink extra 'fCrimson Rambler". -MUD-MUD-MUD. Georgetown Ti- ger came to life-the first breath in four years. DECEMBER 4-Annual football banquet at Lafayette. Coach Stewart is given honorary T. 7-EightCCH T's given to football players. WSU lllMkN5lflLW1kNllA llQQ4 W x ' 2 ff' -' " .ff V Tm 1 -. f if ff iallizi-K' l x ik I AQ, 3 iv IM xx at xr Z: A. ::. gy g .2 .gl , J f-55 Q-X -,JJ X, -, f 2- CRICHART -All students aid on Transylvania drive in Lexington. Campaign closed with S1o2,426 pledged. -Professor Bower announces formal con- vocation. -Faculty reception postponed. -Third period class lecturers fail to reach auditory centers, students absorbed in reading new "Transylvanian". Girls at Senior House at home to faculty and their wives-where was the faculty? ?? --Farewell, books, until 1924. JANUARY -How many days until spring vacati0n??? -Basketball "tag" day. ro-Fire in the laboratory-no casualties. Evans, the hero! -Dean Bower announces formal convoca- tion. -Pioneers defeat Sewanee, I9 to 18. -Wesleyan defeats Pioneers. -26-Vacation from everything except examinations. -Seniors declare intentions of presenting new chapel rostrum. -Dean Macartney greeted in chapel after leave of absence. 131 29-Pioneers take Maryville game, 24, to 18. FEBRUARY 2-Centre Colonels win from Pioneers, 24 to 23. Co-eds defeat VVesleyan, I7 to 13. -Girls wallop Peabody, 16 to 13. '24,--Pi0IlCCl'S go South. Bring home little game. 23-Normal co-eds beat Transy, 18 to 17. 25'Pi0llECI' girls walk over Georgetown, 3I to 4. Another Phi Tau serenade! 26-In absence of Dean Bower, Dr. Pyatt announces an informal convocation. 28-"The Tailor-Made Man" at Opera House greatest success ill Stagecrafters' annals. Professor Saxon praised. 29-Transy girls play last game of season. Defeat Vniversity of Louisville, zo to 17. MARCH 1-'fThe Unfulfilled Promise," by Edith Hootman, wins in state oratorical con- test. 2-All of "Crimson" manuscripts sent to pub- lisher. However, convocations will con- tinue to be announced, and the faculty reception deferred to a later date. IHYVSO laassifltvflwlal lotsa .e ,eu 1 i .ff M f Ml THF fi' 7 K H.. Y '?nH31.il'w f '. . 17' , egwfex - . 0 Business Finzmfizzl Strzlenzrnt of J. Jllyron WooIf1'31 and .lay E. Elvans, Buxiinfss flfzzrzrlgers of Tltllf CRIMSON fStrivtly Confflentialj R uc iznfrs Advertisements . .... . Fraternities . .... Other organizations . . Bribes ....... Sale of staff offices ................... Rent of press room-when 11ot in use by staff--36 hours at 52.00 . . Transylvania Day Slush Fund .............. Total receipts . . Exmzxsns Advertising manager in securing ads ..... Dance in honor of Editor-in-Chief . . Cigarettes for staff officers . . Banquet for staff officers . . "Rent-a-Ford" Service ......... . . Deficit of Business lXlanager's Trip to Alaska ..... Art editor fCh0p-Suey-314.95 meal, plus 5 cents for tipj . . To engraver ............ ....... To publisher . . Drinks Csoftj ........ . Gasoline for assistant manager ...... Traveling expenses of editor during Christmas . . Kodak Films fused in catching Seniors, . . Total expenses . Deficit to be met hy Senior assessment . . E5 1.65 1 2.50 1 ,500.00 450.00 175.00 1 72.00 1 , 110.00 523,421-15 EF 45.60 450.00 75. IO 227.00 1,894.40 134.00 1 5.00 25.00 46.00 231.00 450.16 486.00 1 ,OI 2.05 595,091.26 S1 ,670.11 H30 rims mea 'Ax li?Fi t HEI W t L r Q , it A f it t H3115 2 M E iiiffsfgl E535 o ig ia?.z gggmwtwitlgfm n lg jmlagmmmsalimnmliz '! , r gg F if H ' I ii -4 ft ' I 4 Hi-IL I Q , , t f AMVY YF? 76737 WY nw' MW YY Y , ,,, gpg, f , V- Y -dig i5f:.Y,,iiif YY H-'Y' f --J.--ff ff THE main building of Hoclger College, a school for girls, founded 1867. Truly, since its first stone was laid, the old white building on Broadway has represented "no man's land"- and even with a big porch added and its name changed it is still to be regarded with wonder and enchantment. Hamilton College L Symbolic of Me quirl dignity ami vulture of lfn' Uld Soufff, llamilfon Collage' .fflllldi ajwarl on liar irim, fwull-kepl squurv. Graham Cottage bvsjvfaks Ihr cheer of lzomr. and dmnurf, ll S ma Q Q .52 Q R .E N12 Q -Q. Ka 'Q Q tu 75 Q 5 -4. Q 'W E Q -.Q 'G Q. Q. 3 R Q Q -Q. 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St. Louis School uf Fine Arts: f'ral'tsm:1n's Guild, Cliicragog Hamilton Colln-ge sinve 1909. LAURA HOFFMAN STAUFFER Sociology and New Teslafnenl History Hiram Vullego, A.B.g University of Mic-higan, M.A.g Hamilton College since 1923. VVINONA STEVENS JON ES Frenrh Gefxrgetown College, A.B.: Chic-ago Ifnivvrsityg Hamilton College since 150123. BEATRICE IVICFALL Ilixtory and English Cotm-r College, A.B.g llumilton College sinu 1923. AlX'IY RINGO YVILKING Mathematics Transylvania College, .-MB.: Hamilton Vullege since 1919. INEZ MCMAHAN Home EC07l07flif5 University of Tennessee, A.B.g Hamilton Col- lege since 1923. x38 lim 'lilQAN5iinANiA llgiffkii K, X X . ,, I V! We Ae . X . gms Qi" I iq, i -.i 4 . I v K K X I , Q . X W. f. i X , , ClllZ'l ON 1 W 'Ia S it 'X 5-e i R V as ', . - , iff ff :V -. 4' ' fe 153. , , -4 T' ' . ,i ff- ,,,h '.Z Wf-Q Faculty JULIA NVOODWORTH CONNELLY Expression Pupil of Mme. Vlfalter, Prof. Charles Roberts, and Prof. Quan-kenbos, New York: Prof. S. H. Clark, Chicagog Mr. George Becks, Englandg Hamilton College since 1903. EDlTH ROSE l Direflor of Music Millikin Conservatory nf Music: Graduate Northwestern University School of Musicg Pupil of Arme Oldlwrgg Pupil of Alexander Raalr and Percy Grainger, Chicago Musical College: Pupil of Isador Philipp, Paris, Franeeg Hamilton Coi- lege since 1919. M AYBELLE FISCHER English Coll:-p.:'e of Nvouster. A.B.g Columbia. University, M.A.g llamilton College since 1923. J UANiTA S. BOND Latin Denison University, A.B., M.A.g llzunilton Col- lege since 1921. JANE BURROUGHS T1i.ToN Chapcron Hamilton College since 1921. CLYDE CLARK SCOTT Health Ojicer Hamilton College since 1019. 139 ET -W ,.... ' Q37 I 2 1 bf' 1 Int 5 5 ! f F. .X ,M if 14 1 ' " Q- 2 I- ,N If ,111 , ' '75 IRRR Rx I 587 f. I-, Faculty GRACE DRYIIEN Secretary Io Dfan Hamilton Coll:-ge since 1923. SARAH ANNE NICCEARVEY Piano Naticmail l'oIIs1-I'x'LItnI'yg Pupil of Rafac-I Juseffyg Pupil nl' Muszkowski, BI-I'liIIg Hamilton College sincu 12103, ANNA IJARNALL xICDOL'GLE Secretary 1I2i1Tllif1llli.il1CgQ sim-0 1903. ORA FRAZEE xVlI.SON Librarian Hamiltuil College sinve 1909. VIRGINIA MCLQNEY Diftifian Hamiltoii College since 1923. .I UIIITH STORLIE Piano GI-allxzalv Nortliwvsti-I'n l'IIiveI'sity Svlwol of Musif-3 Pupil of E. Skaaslm-n. Arme Ulmlbergg Hamilum College: since 1922. New 2 IIIQANIIIIWIINIAI IIIQA .. ,I..1..4n'hi X , .x. .v . , . 1 if , A mt - 'Q ,ln I W K aff' 1 gui' -, 455, , ,f .1 ' X h 5' . 4 Ii S gig 1: " 'xx I2 "W, - f , "'n'-f" f,7',, vu ds' iff I - f -H' .". 2.2-52329 Qi'-Ffxfffiii 5 353 'ill-'QfL5'fifffif jf,l?157:ff?f125 gif? ' 5f.f'2'f1"j Ig Q2-Q1 125-f ' " ii .-i'ffQ5'1i?E1-Q'Q7f1-'ii5575 Q37f7',f,i'1'f':'f ffh' 7.-"iff-, f'-lf-1I'2-1':f ' fl!" -w l:f'u':"'if5::,i'L."f5EiQ3' -f'jA:'j1.?ff 4f ' . 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V 1 3332: wWfa'v'112 M1 fm A , 1r,mw11 ,X- ',1'fVfvW' -"' F 'I W W, 2 '-f' 'M ' 0+ I il, gf 2-fin J 2:53. ,.-,,. ,'. ,', 3", eI.'55'?'5:Awf , - -fl'--Lfgg "" f - - B l4I ' K , ' , ff I f r- 7 w x TF ,fy M60 Hmmm WM , is A, " 1 Jn , 5 fff ,K ff, ' 'Qzf -C-N311 Z i X L , 74 fl 2 . . THE , , v 'L A- W " H H' . ffl , 7, 1' -5 fl 1' ggxip ff' ' D' - 7 Q-1 -- ,,,.,2?3fze2fQwfH W eI'liO1' C1355 PATTY 1XfICGlNNlS FRANKFORT, KY. Junior Collrge Dolta Delta Ds-lla: 'Bcxethovon Flubg Marlowo Club: Pala-tte and Brush Club: Vic-P-Prusident Y. XV. C. A., '23, DY. NV. l'. A. Ualsirmt, '24: Basketball Team, '23, Manager ot' Baslu-thall Tvam, ,243 Presiclout of Athletic Assom-iatiun, '23g Secretary uf Senior Class, '24. RQARY ISABEL OMER MADISONVILLE, KY. Junior College Chi lreltzm Phi: Th16tl'l0Y91'iQ Marlow:-1 Atlllvtiv Assfwiationg View--l"r4-simlvnt Y. NY. U. A., '24, Missions Uounvil, '23g "llamiltnnian" Staff, '23, '24g Atte-mlant May Que-en, '23, Vi:-L:-Prvsident Stuilont Council, '2-lg llamilton Editor of "Crim- son", '24. IXIARY ELLIE STALLINS HOPKINSVILLE, KY. Junior Collcgf B4-1-tlmvon Vluhg 1lla1'luwc Club, Allnlvtic Assnci- utiong Y. VV, C. A. LAURA JANE GUNN MmDLEsBoRo, KY. Junior College Delta Delta Delta, Phi Delta Phi: Beeitlxovon Club: Marlowe Vlulmg Cevilian Club, Palvltx- and Brush Vlulug Athlvtic Assoviation, '23, '24, Stu- dent liounvil, '23, "Hamiltonian" Staff, '23: ASSQ1-iatv Editor, '24g llanlilton lvizmapfor 'Trim- sou", '24, I42 ssl Q ,iw ' ,Zi A WI V J' TI'lI u ag. 2, x s?,4,lQ:j,' ""' fl, f 1 1 f vs "iv f r' , , -' -A a- 4 'i ef felt , X V 5 11 ?' , L- 7 Tis-R' Qilflfn 51 SCI'liO1' Class JANE HASELDEN LA NCA STE R, KY. Junior College Delta Dvltn Delta: Chi Dvltn Phi: Bvethoven Club: Marlowe Club: Athletic- Association: As- sor-iate Editor of "Hamiltonian", '23: Editor-in- Uhief ol' "Hamiltonian", '24: Studi-nt Counl-il, '2Zlg Ss-f-rotiwy of Freshman Class, '23: President of S4-nior Vlztss, '2-1. THELMA MCLEAN RUNYAN EVVING, KY. Junior College Beethoven Club: Marlowe Club: Palette and Brush Club: Athletic Association. HELEN KENDRICK BACKER LEXINGTON, KY. Junior College Chi Omega: Chi Delta Phi: Treasurer of Mar- lowe, '23: President of Marlowe, '24: Beethoven Club: Palette and Brush Club: Athlvtlc Associ- ation. WILMA MCCORD MADISON, IND. Junior College Chi Omega: Marlowe: Boethovun: Palette and Brush: Athletic Association: Pri-sident of Y. XV. C. A., '24. l 143 liao iuilmoiflwllmlill mon X THF I' A I ' C N WI "' ,1-A-r Q '- wi . ffl , ' xxx, -, Senior Class RUTH ELIZABETH FREY PARIS, ILI.. Junior Collfge Phi De-Ita Phi: Bvotliuvn-I1 Plulsg Marlowe Clubg Athletic Asscwiatinlig Y. NV. U, A. BETTY CLAY SPENCER PHILADELPHIA, PA. Junior Collrof Phi Omega: Chi D1-lm Phi: l'I'I-siilent of Beethoven Uluh, '241 Marlmvn-3 l'rf-siclvrit nf Y. VV. CK A.. '1Z3: SeCI'e-tary of Slullviit f'mIII4'il. '233 Pri-siderit of Student Cmirivil. 'Hg Assuciute- Editor of "HaIIIiltnIIiIIII", '2Zlg l'I'I-sidviit ut' Junior' Class, '23. YVINIERED DAVIS CAVE CITY, KY. Junior Collfgf Bee-thoven Club: Mzlrlowm- Vluln: Y. NV, IK A.: Athlvtic: Assm-iaiiuvi. FRANCES HILIJRETPI NIAGGARD MOREIIEAD, KY. Junior Collfgf Bee-thrmveii Plubg Rlarlmve Uluhg l':IlI-tw and Rrushg Allilelir- Assoc-izitiniig Hzuniltmlii liepm-te-r 01' "1'I'iIIIsoII lQ2lllllJlt'l"', 'ililg Tl'0ZlSl.ll'f'I' ui' S4-Iilni' Vlass, 124, '44 2 , A 1. ITEC IIEAN5ifILIANIAI IQIQ A XX twgxil cum . E-gy. X. Q... , if 5' X mt il , f 5-v I. X 5 A Q, Xxxx X 0 QQ: W ' "1 1 I X C I I . X I.. :Ji LQ-7' .1 3- X igik 4 in Li -.7 . "Ogg 2 . s f ,ja fy ,Ig If -iii" bfi' I- L - , 1,5 , , .1 -. -1 f env-J..'1 S6I'liO1' Class ELOISE EDITH TEAEORD GEORGETOWN, IND. Junior Collfge Beethoven Club: Marlowe fflubg Palvtte and Brush Ulubg Y. W. U. A.: Athlotir: Assoviation, '23, '2-lg Missions Voum-il, '2Ii. ELIZABETH JANE CURTIS RICHMOND, KY. Junior Collcgf Beethoven Club: Marlowe Clubg Palette and Brush Clubl Y. XV. C, A.: Athletic Association: Vic-0-President of Svnior Class, '24. KIARY ELIZABETH NIERRITT SPRINGFIELD, KY. Junior College Kappa Delta Signing Beethovon Fluh: Marlowi- Vluhg Palette :mil Brush: Y. YV. l'. A.: Athletin- A:-xsuciution. VIRGINIA RUTH BETTS LEXINGTON, KY. Collvge Preparatory Roe-thuvvng Murlnwvg Athle-tim' Association: I'I'PSi4i9llt. Sophomore- Class, '22: 'Fl'93SUlil'l Sq-niur Vlass. '24, gi f , V IIIEII IIIQIINs5IifIIwIIEI.AI IDEM XX X Ita, . Tm: " I X ll I f , 1 , ii-,ef X H 'M f -" -A 1 -- If . .fffe f W, ' I deff? sxix 1 f I, I ,I 1 N ..- 14 S6l'liO1' Class RosE ADELAIDE BERGER FALMOUTH, KY. Collage Preparaiory Beta Signin OI1lll'l'0Hl Si,Q'III:I Gamma: D00- tlmvvng M:Irlox'I'v: Pale-ttv :Ind Rrushg Athletic Assfiviution: Stumllfnt f'oun0iIg St-I:I'ctaI'y ol' .lun- im- Class, '23. JOSEPHINE LOUISE SIXIITH LEXINGTON, KY. Collrge Preparatory Buotlxuvong Marlowe: Athlvtic Association. .ANITA ALICE GINRIJNER VVINCHESTER, KY. College Preparatory Beetlwvvn Club: Vzxlettp and IZFUSIIQ Y. VV. C. A,g Athletic Assom-izxtion. FRANCES KENNEIDY EWARD GREENSBURG, IND. Collfge Preparatory Sigma Gamma: Beetlinvc-n Flulig Marlowr- flllllll Palvttu and Brush Ulubg fit-vilian Club: Y. VV. C, A.: Athletic Associationg Associulv lflditux- "HzuIIiltonian", '24, IUYSO IIQlIN5ifIMINIlI IQIQ . " khfw l F X mf l f K V I 4' S Qlsifil as LQ?i"'fKi5i5 QSBQ :E ly yf 'Z , Z 1 ' an X-, X 1 , -1 I X.. ' f f' A4' fi, 4. - fi +1 1? R.. fy , .,, - - -, .f,4ffp- ww... SeI1iO1' Glass VVILLIE FRANCES STANHOPE LEXINGTON, KY. Collrge Prfparalory Bm-thoveng nI1flI'IUVk'0Q Palvtle and Brush, Ath- lvtic Association, Y. NV. C. A. NIARY VANCE IVICCLINTIC WASHINGTON, D. C. Collage Preparaiory Kappa. Delta Sigma, Beethovm-n Flubg Marlowo Club: Palette and Brush Club, Y. YV. C. A., Athls-tic Asscmiutioug VlC9-11I'C5lllL'llt of Sopho- nwrc Class, '23. ALUREW HARMON LEXINGTON, KY. College Preparatory Kappa Delta Sigmag Beethovl-np Marluwcg Ce- l ciliung T1'EklSLll'Cl' Junior Class, 'Lf3g Palette um Brush. RIARGARET BRYAN BEARD Sl-IELBYVILLE, KY. Collfge Preparatory lin-etlxfweng Nlarloweg Palette :xml Bruslxg Y. XV. U, A., Athletic Association: Pre-sillvnt of Senior Class, '24. 147 llQlQi-ll X , SY: ,fgl mr 'A . E W tt Rii I. f ,gf is Y "2 Ya Q35 . :.5ff5'i Q-ui u " W Z 'H 'Tzu s au, L AX I igui A jf 4.1. Am 553 . A-K+ , 'I , Hg , .g,,, A I ei ag A if U57 ' Xl' .gr f- ff- SCIIIOI' Class DCDRKITHY CARLTON Housrox MARION, IND. College Prfparatory Be-ethorvn Club: Marlowe Club: Palette and Brush: Y. VV. C. A.: Athletic Association. Lucy CASH HAG1N COVINCTON, KY. College Prfparatory Kappa. Delta Sigma: Boothovcn: Marlowe: Palette and Brush Club: Y. NV. C. A.: Secretary and Treasurer Atlilm-tic Association, TH: Secre- tary Senior Class, '2'i. ELIZABETH JANE GIARIDNER SALYERSVILLE, KY. Collfge Preparatory Revtlmxw-11 1'lub: Marluwt- Club: Athletic Assou ation: Y. XV. C. A. GLADYS LEE PEMBERTON LEXINGTON, KY. Collfgr Prfparalory Bel-tlmvvn: Marlowe: Athletic' Assm-lation. 148 57:2 I Y , IHYSU llQ!W5lflLM3lNllAl mum f J Tl'lI -I XXX 3 f' FFF P 33.3 ek' f f f' W X 'H Via, . 1 ' -' P 4 ' W7 "'nG1""7' ,In A Q, AA X fe T F:-PN l xg QW" SCI1iO1' Class IQATHRYN M. ARMSTRONG CENTRAL CITY, KY. College Preparatory Palette and Brush Club. ANNE LOUISE VV1s1s LEXINGTON, KY. College Preparatory Marlowe: l'ulc-ltv aml Brush L'lulu3 Athlvtiu As- sociation. NIARGARET WVILLIAMS CEORCETOVVN, KY. College Preparatory Kappa Delta Sigma: Beethovon Cluhg Marlowe Clubg Palette :md Brushg Y. XV. C. A.g Athletic Association. XVAI.n1NE ALDEN RINER SHELBYVILLE, KY. College Preparatory Beethuvvn Flulmg Marlowe Cluhg l'ulc-Uv and T Brush Clubg Y. XY, U. A.g Athly-tic Association. , MTSU ' WQANSYMWANHAK TQQ 1 f Qwll if l- , T THI , X n W . X 'Qu-ml 'U T l v fm I 4 X K El-HWY W . H+ . , X ., -WAV -W fy ,' 'j"vZ1f' 'fffgig ff ?" fz. X f 'f l 'qs as M' , 221 ' "- 1- l- Mr L N .. . fl fi, " vga- - 14 1- SCIIIOI' Class FRANCES REYNOLDS SCOTT LEXINGTON, KY. College Preparatory Beta Sigma Omicrong Beethoveng Vice-I'resi- dent of Marlowe, '24g Vivo-President of Palette and Brush Club, '24g Secrs-tzu'y of Sophomore Class, '22g Vice-PN-sislent of Junior Class, '23g Athlcrtic Association. CEWENDOLYN PEARL BISSELL U BOSTON, MASS. Colloge Proparatory Marlowe. lNI1LDRED SWEENEY LEXINGTON, KY. 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I Z Z, gf J College Freshmen Colory: Lavender :mal Silver 1"lofw4'r: lleliotmpe Jlolio: "Sucking fwi5Ilom." OFFICERS LYDIA 'TODHUNTI-IR . . . . .... . . . . l'rIsulmt ELEANOR BAI.I.AN'I4INE . . . . I'irr-1'rasiIl4'rzt VIRGINIA l"ARRAN'I' . ........ . . . Sfwzflfzry MARCIA BAIIJIY. . . . . MISS FISCIIIQR, Class .ldwisvr RIEMBERS Tn'a5ufcr DORO'I'liX' Amos FRANCES SUMMERS RL"I'II BLACKMAN ROLLA DALZELL NLXRY BELLE GREENE CASSIE XVIIIIEIIOCSE FRANCES BROCKVVAY NLXRGI.-X BAILEY MARGARIVI' 'IRRAVIS XYIVIAN STARNS CORNELIA SMITII VVYI.NA VVIl.II.'wI .ALICE HICKMAN MARGARET PORTER LYDIA 'FODHCYIER N1AR'l'I'IA TI-xx'L0R ELEANOR HAI.L.xN'I'INIz DORQIIII' CONNER VIRGINIA FARRIINT CORINNE FIX '1'IIELIvIA FIX VIRGINIA CLARK 156 , WSU MMN BMW!-MNH I CQ ul" ,Q : mt fm f - IM fd fli ESM- Aix? 15- f QQQF -V if 157 .-, mmm mmm www NX It . ,195 mr 'Y' . I sk X N qniq' ""' 1 ' :I X . 721. ef xg. -' Nkbgg , , A ', 4 4 -vm I: up XS K :Q . H ,Iv X If ' 5. gf' CEE fx , -- I -E A -- Qian Junior Class Colors: Blue and Gold FIOWFFJI Delphinium and Babys Breath Wlollo: Ullxcelsiorf' OFFICERS JANE A. GEARY . . . . .... . . . . I'rn5idcnr ANNE BRENT . . . . Via'-Prfsidcnt JOE L. TARI.li'l'ON . . . . . . . . Srrrrtary ANN IIALLEY ........... - Treasurer ANNE BRENT MARY BOWMAN SYLVIA BUTTON KATHERINE CALVVELL NELL CLAY EVELYN COLEMAN AGNES CLAY SUSIE EVERSOLE TILLIE FERGUSON JANE A. GEARY BERTHA HERMAN FRANCES HOLLAND ANN HOLLEY 2' MRS. JONES, Class fldfviscr MEBTBERS FRANCES IIERNDON FFFIE MCCLARY SARAH MCMATH ELI-IANOR MANNING ELLA MANLEY JEAN OLIPHAXT MARY C. PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE GAY PAYNE ELOISE PACE LUCILE Roma KA1'I1ERINE STICRLEY ISS GER'I'RUI7Ii rfliAGUE JOE TARLI2'l'0N ELIZABETH 'TURNER VIRGINIA FILHOMPSON MARGARET TIIOMPSON VIRGINIA LEE THOMPSON ELIZABETH XVOOO MARY L. VVOOOS KATHERINE XVEBB ALICE YOUNG MARY HERREN JANE HAYIIEN LILLIE MAE CARPENTER ITEO TEANSYINAIN A IOC ,AQ ,WN , , my N P' '14 ff! 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Sophomore Class Colors: Black :xml YVlIite lllI14'LCl'f.' Yellow C'hryS:1IItheml1m fVIr1llo.' "One for all and all for one." OFITICFRS KIX'l'IIIiRINIi BEST .... .... FREIIII Y.-IRRINITICN . . . . IENIILI' FORTUNE . . , . . FRANCES MCCABE . ......... . MISS MCFIXLI., Class gldwzsm' KIEMRERS MIIIICENT CRUM IQITTIE BESS DESIIA ANN AUS'1'IN lX'lII,DRliD BOIIIIEN ZOI,A FVERSOLE EMILY FORTUNE KATIIERINE BEST CIWIIIIRINII: BECK . . . . Prfsidfnt I'inr-I'rf5iI1z'11l Tr1'1IJ1zrm' Srfrflury lIliI.IEN FERGUSON flA'I'llliRINE I'IOI,LID.-XY l':I,IZAl'Hi'l'II IIEwI.E'I'T AMELIII KING FRANCES KINNEY MARY lVllI.l,S BESS KRIEGEL MIIIIAINN ROSE KATIIERYN LAVIN MARIAN SI,o,xN FRANCES MCCABE IRMA I,IIE '1'IIoMIIs CoRNEI,IA VTI.EY KA'IFHPIRINE VVITHRONV FDNA XVIIITEIIOUSE EVA VV.-XRIXNICR 161 ITIECI IIIIQMI RWM I- I"y N I Mfg I A SEA Nl li? lf! 1 ff xy W-' lr, " - ON I-L' - if Q WI Y' fi f Q rsfgfx OAII ll V A - F1'eSl'll'1'laI'1 Class Colory: Blue and Gold Flofwer: Violet Motl0.' "Great Oaks from little acorns grow." OFFICERS JULIA COLEMAN ...... ....., .... . I 'resident MARGARET ALEXANDER . . . . Vice-President POLLY VVARREN .... . .... Secretary MARGARE'1' CUNDIFF . ........ - Treasurer MRS. AMY VVILKING, Class .ffdfuixcr MEMBERS JULIA COLEMAN POLLY VVARREN KA'1'I1ERINE FRIEND MARGARET ALEXANDER ALLINE VVEEB IMOGENE YOUNG MARGARET CUNUIFF LAURA K. JOIINSTON ELIZABETII STEVVART ROSALIE VVOOD MARX' DALE MILDRED Voss IEORA F. VVOOU MAR'l'HA L. BROWN KATHERINE BEADHLL ROSE TAYLOR KA'I'I1ERINE BECK BARBARA SALLIEE MARY COLE HOLIIOVVAX' EDNA MAE FRONK 162 MAO IEANOYLYAN A IOWA f Trni QQ ' : ' X X li 55:47 vm Y W' I' 1 L 1 7,4 QLPW X ' W I Q! I X UQ1 gl ilu. X Z! J ll X ,lj A A s f A A X c In hi XZ J ' ABQ an Qx 2 1 X L' 1 I ffa,-2-,IR 21 1 R 1 1 E-L 1 -- ff if -SX f KX XX 1 X X X' X X X X X 163 mm WMA ,Ea mt , ,, yi 1' gm Z . X 2 Q -. X f f - ,L -f V U- f 1 " " f 164 M60 fnfmmwmmmm mmm I QMX . l 'gran Tmi I I ' X' ix I. Y Lp, QI . I ,, ' . 1 ' - V, ,NPV ,,,, I Irv, f -Ig? R 4' 3' If.. 5 hi lk' Mr - 4' fe .P Q ,L we LIME g-,, Beta Slgma Ommron Founded at Columbia, Missouri, 1888. Colorx: Rulwy and Pink Flofwn'.v.' Richmond and Killarney Roses Lambda Chapter Established in IQOS RIEMBERS 'l'Il.I.IE l"IiRGUSON GMA PAYNH FRANCES Sco'I'1' NIaI.1, CIA1- RHIIIQCQA PAYNII VIRGINIA CLARK ICIJIAXOR l5AI.l.ANl'IXE 151.01515 PACE AI.ILTli IIICKMAN CORNELIA S1vI1'I'I1 Mmm' Louisa VVoons ALICE Youxc VIRGINIA Tomrsox Ross BERGER IDOROTHY AMOS ROLLA LXXLZELL PLEDGES FRANCES BROCKWA1' li,-XTHERINE VVITHROVV fiER'I'RUDE TI-:AGUI5 FREIJA Xl,-XRRIXGTON 165 ' Woo llllMN loom XX zz 25 X. X 'ZQAHQML " -2' 1 jar .. , H ,I w. ,rv fa' xxw 1 , '- V X fy , , ,' ,Hjgj . X i f I VA A X M fx 4 A ,. X ga . A "J ll, 4: , ' Eg. V in nw -A nxt , :ff g' I f X -- , A ,I 1 g .gilfu 'ly 3 g R+ QR X V V l 166 E260 YWZXNSWWJSSNMAX WM I X l 'I' Swxkx " 'F mf ' ffff P' THE , ' ! 0 X 55. xx -' 'E -'i"s- I 1 , I L wild! S N JAJEPQ-KX l' .- fa -QF? 1-. Ei T ffbnee ig , ie Lx J Kappa Delta Sigma Founded at Hamilton College, 1907. Colors: Red and VVhite Fl01wc1'.' Red Carnation MERIIZERS DOROTIIX' CONNER JANE A. CQEARY LUCY HAGIN LA VERSE DICRERSON MARY IZEELE GREENE ANNE HALLEX' ALDRIEVV IIARMON MARY lVl'CCI.IN'I'IC FRANCES HERNDON JOE LAWSON 'IQARLETOS 24 I.x'mA TOOIIUNTER ELIZABETH TURNER AALLXXE VVEBB NIARY MERRITT LOUISE MCNELLY MARGARET VVILLIAMS JANE IIAYDEN ELIZABETH VVOOD5 PLEDGES ANNE BRENT IRMA LEE 'IQHOMAS FRANCES MCCABE 167 NEO TEEN 5lf'llM5lNlf3l TOQE 3'5" E: X Yr I A 4 Ani - X H93 Tm: 553' A . A A ' ' A ' DE SN nav N if I D "flaw B55 XX .M Tw A A flzigf, Chi Delta Phi Founded at University of Tennessee, 1919. Colorxf Blue and Gold F1ou'1'r.' BETA CHAPTER CJFFICERS JANE HASELDEN .... ..... ...... .... . P r LAURA Guxn . . . ....... Vice-Prmidmt MARX' OMER . . ....... Sfrrflary and Trmsurcr IXIENIBERS MARY OMER BETSY SPENCER LAURA GUNN JANE IIAsELnEx PLEDGES ,ALICE HICKMAN IVIARCARET PORTER MARTHA r1'AYLOR FLEAxoR BALLANTINE IIIZLEN HACKER RUTH FREY PIONORARY RIEM BERS IVIAYBIZLLE F1scnER 1201111 R0sE Pansy nsidvnt T760 TEARETLALLRARTTAT TQQA fC mt X N "fi L Ny i A-N A. I JA Sigma Gamma Colors: Yellow and XVhite Floafrfr: C'hI'f'Sfll1lht'lIlllITl 1Vlolln.' "Nun vonfectce, Sed cOnSeqI1eHce." OFFICERS ALICE YOUNG ....... .... . .... . Preyidfnt KATHERINE CALDWELL . . . Virv-l'w.viI1rnl IRMA LEE THOMAS .... . . . . Sl't'l'c"fll?'-12 MARGARET THOMPSON ..... - Tzwzxrzrer NIEMBERS KATHERINE REST ICATIIIERINE C'AI.nwELL MARY C. VVFBB ROSE BHRGEK FRANCES KINNEY EI.IzABE'I'H rlil'RXtLR IRMA LEE 'IQIIOMAS .ALICE YOUNG IQMILY FORTUNE CATIIERIXIC VVILSON LYIJIA TOOHUNTER PLEDGES MARTHA L, BROVVN MII,I.ICENT CRUM FRANCES EWARO RLOISE PACE 169 I ITSO IIIQANSIIIILWNIAI IOOZI' an If' . gx fm 1 ' -A X mms, .QI A A - WL +1 'fn , :- ,, f .- ,Y - A N .fff .Aw-rr.. Ig 1 RQ X 1 v X0 EYKT Tmi . W K N I 'I X K f 5- gf 1 -I' A Sax ' , . B A 1 f IM Qffv x fff 'nenanix ' 'l" 7i X fa !!',! f , . O A g ! MARGARET COLEMAN . . . MARY BELLE GREENE . . MARY MCCLINTIC MISS EDITII MARGIA BAILEY KA1'HRS'N BECK RUTH BLACKMAX MARTHA BROWN SYLVIA BUTTON Cecelian C31-'FICERS r1iIIOMPSON . . . . IXIEMBIERS MARGARET COLEMAN MARY DALE ROLLA DALZELI. FRANCES EWARIJ CORRINE FIX , . . . . . Prrxvidfnt . . . Sffrntary . . . Trrasurfr Insiruflor TI-IELMA FIX MARY BELLE GREENE LAURA GUNN LALDREVV IIARMON LAURA IIAYMAKER EIELEN FERGUSON KATHRi'N LEWIS EFFIE MCCLARY MARY MCCLINTIC BETSY SI-ENCER MARX' STALLINS VIVIAN STARNS MILDRED SWEENEY ROSE TAX'I.OR GERTRUIIE IYEACUE LYIJIA TOlJIIUN1'ER MARGARET TRAVIS ALLINE VVEBB MARY' L. Woons ANITA XYAGER CATHERINE PAYNE . 170 T' ITEU IIIQANSYIRANIA IQQAA R ,251 Tmi J I J . I I Tw ' S - ,- x 2 ' ' ' , F X f 1 9 Je" XXX, i ,I SJ-W 4 , 3 -I -m .KX Ii v ,I ,Ii f 'A"f! ! ' 1, BETSY SPENCER . MARY C. PAYNE . IJOROTUY AMOS .ANN AUSTIN HELEN BACKER IVIARGIA BAILEY MARGARET BEARD RUTH BETTS ROSE BERGER RUTH BLACKMAN ANNE BRENT FRANCES BROCKWAY SYLVIA BUTTON LILLIE MAE CARPENTER MARGARET COLEMAN NELL CLAY VIRGINIA CLARK ELIZABETH CURTIS JULIA COLEMAN ROLLA IJALZELL VVINIERED DAVIS KITTIE BESS DESHA LA VERNE DICRERSON FRANCES EWARD VIQILLIE FERGUSON Beethoven Yes, music is Ilze jrropllffs art, Plmang the giftf that God hall: sent One of the most " magniflrcnt. . S rrreiary . Treasurer -LONGFELLOW. OFFICERS . , .Presidenl KATHRYN LEVVIS . .Vice-President MARGARET TRAVIS NIEMBERS TIELEN FERGUSON GIQHELMA FIX CORXNNE FIX EMILY FORTUNE RUTH FREY ELIZABETH GARDNER LAURA GUNN TANITA CTARIJNER JANE ALLEN CTEARY LUCY TIAGIN JANE ITASELDEN LAURA J. PIAYMAKF-IR JANE l'IAYDEN .ALDREVV HARMOX FRANCES HOI.LAND FRANCES HERNDON DOROTHY ITOUSTON ELIZABETH HEWLE1"l' KATHERINE LEWIS ICATHERINE LAVIX FRANCES MCCABE MARY MCCLINTIC VVILMA MCCORD 171 PATTY MCGINNIS LOUISE MCNELLY MARY MERRITT MARY MILLS HII,DRETH MAGGARD ELLA MANI.EY SARA MCMATII JEAN OLIPHANT ELOISE PACE GAY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE CATHERINE PAYNE LUCILLE ROBE 'IQIIELMA RUNYAN VVAIIDINE RINER FRANCES SCOTT MIRIAM SLOME CORNELIA SMITH BETSY SPENCER MARY STALLINS FRANCES STANHOPE ICATHERINE STICKLEY MILDRED SVVEENEY VIVIAN STARNS JOSEPHINE SMITH MARTHA 'TAYLOR GERTRUDE 'TEAGUE LYDIA TODHUNTER VIRGINIA THOMPSON MARGARET 'FRAVIS ELIZABETH TURNER ELOISE TEAI-'ORD ROSE TAYLOR CORNELIA I'TLEY EVA VVARINNER ALLINE WEEE MARGARET VVILLXAMS w7YLNA WILHAM KATHERINE WI'fHROW MARY LOUISE WOODS MARY FRANCES VVOOD MARX' CHARLES W700D ROSALIE VVOOD CASSIE W1II'I'EHOUSIi FREDA XYARRINGTON ANI1'A YAGER ., gsuf ITEO THAN SWMYIINMAT JJCWQ 415 I ,gy g 'V 1 J W 1 ' 7 NR A 'M A 7 1 .V ' " 'v f ,, f . A .N T Ei- A . G an X ,J . xg f ' Marlowe Mollo: '4Art iS the beautiful in the harmonies of nature." HELEN HACKER . FRANCES SCOTT . DOROTHY AMOS MARGIA BAILEY RUTH BLACKMAN ROSE BERGER RUTH BETTS ANN BRENT FRANCES BROCKVVAY SYLVIA BUTTON LILLIE MAE CARPENTER JULIA COLEMAN DOROTHY CONNER IA-GNES CLAY NELL CLAY MARGARET CUNDIFF LA VERSE DICKERSON VVINIFRED DAVIS Kl1'TIE BESS DESHA MARIETTE DEADWARE FRANCES EWARD VIRGINIA FARRANT THELMA FIX CORINNE FIX HELEN FERGUSON KATHERINE FRIEND RUTH FREY MRS. JLTLIA MARLOWE, Southvrn Ilonorary Palron MISS JULIA VV. CONNICLLY, Ilonorary l'rmiIlIr1zt OFFICERS . . . Prvsidcnt ANITA XYAGIER . . Scrrftary Vin'-Prmidrzzf LYDIA TODHUNTER . . . Treasurer MARY C. PAYNE, Cfzainnan of RHI-jzliozz Commiftff BIEMBERS ELIZABETH GARDNER MARY BELLE GREENE ANITA QTARDNI-IR LAURA GUNN LUCY ITAGIN JANE HASEI.IlEN LAURA HAYMARER FRANCES HERNDON FRANCES HOI.I.AND ELIZABETH TIEVVLETT ALICE VV. HICKMAN DOROTHY HOUSTON ALDREW HARMON IQATHERIXE LEVVIS MARY MERRITT FRANCES MCCABE SARAH MCMATH TIILDRETH MAGGARD PATTY MCGINNIS MARX' MCCLINTIC LOUISE MCNEI.LH' EFEIE MCCLARY ELLA MANLEY MARX' OMER I MARY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE GAY PAYNE ELOISE PACE JEAN OLIPHANT LUCILLE ROBB VV.-XLDIXE RINER MADALYN ROSE FIQHELMA RUNYAN FRANCES SCOTT CORNELIA SMITH FRANCES STANHOPE BETSY SPENCER MARY STALLINS - VIVIAN STARNS JOSEPHINE SMITH MILDRED SWEENEY ELIZABETH TURNER VIRGINIA THOMPSON ELOISE TEAFORD LYDIA 'TODHUXTER ROSE 'FAYLOR MARGARET TRAVIS JOE 'INARLETON VVYLNA VVILHAM POLLY WARREN MARGARET WILLIAMS EVA VVARINNER ALLINE VVEBB ROSALIE WOODS ANITA XYAGER CORNELIA VTLEY HELEN FERGUSON VVILMA MCCORD VIRGINIA CLARK ANNE VVISE TVIARTI-IA TAYLOR IVIARGARET BEARD CTERTRUDE TEAGUE SUSIE EVERSOLE KA'IFHERINE BECK ELIZABETH RENISCH ITELEN BACKER ELIZABETH WOOD EDNA VVHITEHOUSE CASSIE VVHITEHOUSE JONETTE FANA JOHNETTA FARRA JANE GEARY M760 THAN SWUWRNJM-XR JIQCQ X L1 N P' If f - R , -I I f , . QL BF, , Z, bf: ig ' , igwf Palette and Brush Club FRANCES BROCKYVAY . . FRANCES SCOTT . . . . . MARGARET COLEMAN . OFFICERS TILLIE FERGUSON . .... . . Xld-visor: Mlss ERNA GAY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE CORNELIA SMITH FRANCES EWARD MARY BELLE GREENE ANITA GARDNER VVILMA NICCORIJ FRANCES BROCKVVAY ELLA MANLEY MAOALYN ROSE SARA MCMATH DOROTHY CONNER IRMA LEE THOMAS FRANCES HERNDON ALICE YOUNG MEB'IBERS NELL CLAY LAURA GUNN LA VERNE DICRERSON LUCIIIE ROBB ELIZABETH TURNER DOROTHY AMOS JULIA COLEMAN FRANCES SCOTT VIRGINIA CLARK MARY C. PAYNE THELMA RUXYAX I-IILORETH MAGGARD FRANCES STANHOPE W7ALDINE RINER LUCY HAGIN ALOREW HARMON 173 VVATSO N . . . . President . Vim-President , .Secretary - Trfasunfr DOROTHY HOUS1'ON PATTY MCGINNIS MARGARET COLEMAN LAURA HAYMAKER LOUISE MCNELLY MARY MERRITT ROLLA DALZELL CYERTRIJDE TEAGUE MARTHA TAYLOR ELOISE PACE MARY MCCLINTIC EVA XVARIXNER MARY' STALLINS JOHNETTA FARRA GWENOOLYN BIssELL Y M760 IEANEYILYAINIAI IOO AX 2- 1 fle. X K -, X1 mM "iv A v Nr , M1. F X t Jw, S X -A -- Rf , 4 ,, Q fi , ' 1 21 ZF-F 1-ii? LM - -- Student Council Olflflclzks Bm"1'x' S1-I-:XCRR . . . . . . . Prvsidvnt MINRX' f,Ml-IR . . . Vi1'v-l'rc.vidfnt NELL C'1,AY . . . Svfrclary 1",xcL' LTY Am'1sl2Rs Miss CONNliI.I.Y Miss F1scmaR S'l'L'DlZNT M IENIRIZRS Rosle BFRCER 'I'11,l,1E FERGUSON NELI, CLAY CORRIXE Fix LA VIERNF DICKFRSON FRANCES MCCABIZ MARY OMER BF'1"l'Y SPENCER ALLINR VVEBB 174 M50 WLRRQMMRNRR WM ST 1 'M i g, X f QM' X X i ti, -f -A Q-fx ' IW - 5 fi 5, 7 TY Xlfx X L AMX , , 35 I '?!H'1'QNI n 7, I QL - ' IQ YI X01 ff 1 I Hamiltonian Staff JANE HIASELDEN, Editor-in-Clzirff . ASSOCIATE EDITORS ELEAXOR BALLANTIRE FRANCES EVVARD LAURA GUNN MARTHA TAYLOR B USIN Ess RIANAGERS MII.I7RED SVVEENEY ALICE YOUNG I-JEPARTBIENTAL EDITORS ORA F. VVILSON . . . . . . . . ........ . . . . .fflumnaf RUTII BLACKMAN . . . ..... . Y. IV. C. 51. JEAN OLIPHANT . . . . ..... .-Illflrlivs NIARY OMER . . . ELIZABETH 'FURTHER KATIIRYN LEWIS . . ROLLA DALZELL . . MARGARET COLEMAN l,OROTHY CONNER . LAURA IXAYMAKER . ALICE PIICKMAN . . CORRINE FIX . . I Chi Dflfa Pffi Sigma Gamma . . . . Illusic . . Exjvrmxion . . . . flrt . . Ilumor , . - Ilumor . . - Ilumor Sfudfnt Counril M760 WEQAN HLQQZIUP x my V. sgxfgx, Q + - in 176 E730 TIEMN5W1M5kNM MQEQQQ NX f Af A J Tflf I a X xx M X E ff? V. ,V N ' ' Y V f I f nf Ng :W Q : fl .X f i",! Oli! j ' IMI A Q 4' wx 5 I S I :Z A N, X 3 . :H K ' A I 4 4' . 3 EE s 2. - 1' ' J U, 2 . f CW, 1 . Y , - ,I - .., -, .--. V -4 47' rv owl E . Athletic Association OFFICERS DOROTHY AMOS . . . .... . . . . President LOUISE MCNELLY . ...,... Vife-President LUCY HAGIN . . . Sefretary and Treasurer MEMBERS ' DOROTHY AMOS ANN AUSTIN MARGIA BAILEY ELEANOR BALLANTINE MARGARET IZEARO CATHERINE BECK ROSE BERGER CLVVENDOLYN BISSELL RUTH BLACKMAN FRANCES BROCRWAT SYLVIA BUTTON LILLIE MAE CARI-ENTER VIRGINIA CLARK NEIII, CLAY MARGARET COLEMAN JULIA COLEMAN IROROTHY CONNER ELIZABETH CURTIS ROLLA DALZELL XVINIFRED DAVIS KI'I"I'IE BESS DESHA LA VERNE DICKERSON JOHNETTA FARRA VIRGINIA FARRANT HELEN FERGUSON 'FILLIE FERGUSON CORINNE FIX THELMA FIX RUTH FREY ANI'I'A GARDNER ELIZABETH KEARDNER MARY BELLE GREENE LAURA GUNN LUCY HAGIN JANE LIASELIJEN LAURA LIAYMAKIER MARY LLERRIN ALICE LIICKMAN NELI, HOLLANII IUOROTIIY HOUSTON KA'I'HRS'N LEWIS ELLA MANLEY I HILIJRETH MAGGARO MARY MERRITT FRANCES MCCAEE EFFIE MCCLARY MARY MCCLINTIC WILMA MCCORD SARA MCMATII LOUISE MCNELl.X' PATTY MCGINNIS JEAN OLIPHANT MARY OMER ELOISE PACE GAY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE MARGARET PORTER EIIXZABETH RENISCII WYALDINE RINER LUCILE ROIIE MADALYN ROSE 'IQHELMA RUNYAN FRANCES SCOTT CORNELIA SMITH BETSY SPENCER MARY STALLINS FRANCES STANHOPE VIVIAN STARNS MARTHA TAYLOR ROSE LPAYLOR ELOISE 'IREAI-'ORD KLERTRUDE TEAGUE LYDIA TOOIIUNTER MARGARET VLRAVIS ELIZABETH TURNER CORNELIA UTLEY EVA VVARINNER ALLINE VVEBB CASSIE VVHITEHOUSE VVYLNA WVILHAM MARGARET VVILLIAMS KATIIERINE VVITHROVV MARY' LOUISE VVOOOS IANITA XYAGER ITOO TWANEYLWANM TOO 5 I Trlli 'f I ' A W-.380 l d -A f , sg 1 'I Am , R 'W I' ' ,f :I R 6 I Atv X A x X CR I ALASKA , , .' F AC ' YIIMKFI A X - c, A ,Y ' " I Lffp S H' , ff Q2 1, 3 - A -- . , -1 , -A , L 5 J , ,ff -f 1 I-U53 .Y LJ L 'jj J Lf, WYIIIMA MCCORIJ MARY OMER . . DOROTIIY AMOS ANN AUSTIN MARGIA BAILEY ELEANOR BALLANTINE MARGARET BEARD CATHERINE BECK ROSE BERGER GWENOOLYN BISSELL RUTH BLACKMAN FRANCES BROCRWAY SYLVXA BUTTON LILLIE MAE CARPENTER VIRGINIA CLARK NELL CLAY MARGARET COLEMAN JULIA COLEMAN DOROTIIY CONNER ELIZABETH CURTIS ROLLA DAI,zEI.L VVINIFRED IUAVIS KI'l"fIE BESS DI-.SIIA Y. W. C. A. OIfI"ICIZRS . .Pr'f.vidcnt NIZLL CLAY . . . Vire-l'rmident TII.I.IIi FERGUSON RIEAIBERS LA VERNE IJICKERSON JOHNETTA FARRA VIRGINIA FARRANT HELEN FERGUSON V1'1LLIE FERGUSON CORINNE FIX THELMA FIX RUTH FREY ANI'l'A CQARIJNER ELIZABETH GARDNEIK MARX' BELLE fTvREENE LAURA GUNN LUCY HAGIN JANE IIASELDEX LAURA fi.-XYMAKER MARY PIERRIN ALICE HICKMAN NELI, PIOLLANII IJOROTIIY IIOUSTON KA'I'IiRX'N LEWIS ELLA MANLEY HII,l7Rl2'I'Il MAGGARII MARY lVIERRI'l'T FRANCES MCCAEE EFFIE MCCLARY MARY MCCLINTIC VVILMA MCCORD SARA MCM.A'I'H LOUISE MCNELLY PATTY MCGINNIS JEAN OLIPHANT MARY OMER RLOISE PACE GAY PAYNE REBECCA PAYNE MARGARET PORTER ELIZAEETII RENISCI-I WVALIIINE RINER LUCILLE ROBE MADALYN ROSE 'THELMA RUNYAN FRANCES SCOTT 178 . Secretary . Treasurzr CORNELIA SMITH BETSY SPENCER MARY STALLINS FRANCES STANIIOPE VIVIAN STARNS MARTIIA TAYLOR ROSE 'TAYLOR ELOISE '1'EAFORD f2ERTRUDE TXEAGUE LYIIIA 'IQODIIUXTER MARGARET 'TRAVIS ELIZABETH 'TURNER CORNELIA UTIIEY EVA VVARINNER ALLINE VVEBB CASSIE VVIIITEIIOUSE VVYLNA VVILHAM MARGARET VVILLIAMS KATHERINE VVITIIROW MARY LOUISE VVOOOS ANI'l'A YAGER ....-,. WSG FUNIMN Swffymwfxkfxlmgk JIQQQS nf mt 'Wt' , F '?Q1f'!'Kf 1, , ,W mn L f ,Bynummum-nnunmm mn-umm. mum-mmm mnnmn-.mug Miss JANE IJI.XSI?I.I7liN, Jlny Qzmvz El.......... ....I................................................................ .............m I 79 HIQQZQA 7 l ls? j S Tut '1 f ' C l C V CW . ff "l"?i1" "i'-.gil "V It A -1 XX , . 4' E B f Z, 1, -' A f fr V ' 35 ' -4, V5 I ,- W11, ff, Calendar SEPTEMBER Io-Schools: opens, embellished with new sun porch and other equally pleasant fea- tures. Old girls join new in character- istic "VVhat's-it-all-about-it?l' expression. rr-Matriculation begins. Some indecision among girls owing to lack of information as to which classes are located at Tran- Sylvania. 12-New girls reveal latent talent in vaude- ville show in dining room. 13-Large picnic on campus. Pink lemonade! Mrs. Harmon wins fifty-yard dash. ia,-New girls itiiLi1ted-iatcresting cos- tume effects. 15-Bicycling discovered an excellent form of exercise, to the excessive dismay of owners at the preparatory school. 19-Church offers opportunity to Transyl- vania and Hamilton for mutual inspec- tion. . OCTOBER 19-First six weeks exams over. VVe heave a sigh of relief. 24,-"The Hamiltozeianu, ofhcial literary voice of the school, introduced in chapel. 25-"Marlowe Club tea", enthusiastic rush for membership, entertaining program on sun porch. 26-'Christian Church entertains Hami'ton girls with marshmallow roast and auto- mobile ride. 29-"Beethoven Reieptionv-an overwhelm- ing number of masculine guests. 31-Hike and picnic out at Frances Hern- don's comemmorate Hallowe'en. NOVEMBER 2-PlCtlIl'6S for "Crimson" taken. IO-EVCFXOIIC goes to see "Blossom Time". rr-Armistice Day program in chapel. 12-Basketball practice begins. Prospects promising. 19-Return of proofs of pictures occasions some chagrin among the less beautiful 20 2-1- 29 to I3 -Senior Recognition Day. All Seniors with "B" average receive their privi- leges after a pompous ceremony in chapel. Holiday for all June graduates. -Studio party for members of Palette and Brush Club. -Elaborate Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. VVhite manifests a great deal of ability in the art of decoration. Turkey affords much inward joy. DECEMBER -Y. W. C. A. carnival-sun porch assumes likeness of an amusement park. -Hilarity greets first snow of the season. 15-First game with Millersburgg score 14.- 17 I9 21 23 2 I2 21 -1-1 27- 28 '9 to Cshhh-in favor of Millersburgj. -lfeethoven Club entertains with a re- cital and tea. Miss Kelso, departing voice teacher, presented with writing case by lletty Spencer in behalf of the or- ganization. -School closes for Xmas vacation. JANUARY g-Examinations begin and end. -Miss Roberts, new gym teacher, arrives. FEBRUARY -Game with Margaret llall. VVe win, I2-IO. -The Marlowe reception-a gala event for all save the members of the L. VV. A. S. -Game with Margaret llall. Again we win, 22-II. Jane Haselden elected May Queen, VVilma McCord, Maid of llonorg and Eleanor Ballantine, Prince Charm- ing. --George Washington party. A two piano recital given by Miss Rose and Miss Storlie. -"The Tailor-Made Man" given by Transylvania Stagecrafters attracts Ham- ilton crowd. -All Hamilton copy of "Crimson" sent to IWSO THAN fQilflLWiNllQi llQDQfl 1 -5 xy, 1,7 W Trlf, 4 ff' ' 5 w 7 K J f",1.,F'7 xg. 1' iw -' Y gn' 55. - 1,- .,Mg1ij5 f f XX X , A, igekii :J xxx ' 'Q X. f-if Aj , wg..-fE i ' . 1, -' ' W ,W g-1 xwl ' -"Qi -- ,.f,f -1f'Q,mw'f3 L-:-wry . ,QLMW , -' .-L-M7 - -- - ' X " ISI ii.. 3 ' fx 's1'w,,T5 "W MTSU in HIQQWQX X ' f 7 , X4x. , A W ,, SPA 'W its u A x 17 l ' X X 'fy Rf X X, A 'HV Nix If ' X. x s My .f I 4 EA SEQ:--' ., " ' X il I . ff ' 75 ,fn as 4 A . px rs W U ,in yr f.f , 5' -and-V X 7 M s I X I X ff fd -2 '4 f Q -' J 1 1 X 4, 1 new 1 in ex Qs, l l l . E l TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE The College for Young People Who Desire Standard Accredited Courses of Study Courses in preparation for the study of medicine, law, agriculture, engineering, public affairs and religious Work. School of Education. 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L Y ' H Slf. Professor Uingus: l'Thank you, ex- Cept for you l should have gone off with- Outitf' ALL-CLASS BAskl:TB,x1.1. TEANI Vvoolery, forward. Ratliff, forward. Borders, center. Seay, guard. Bower, guard. "Have you seen my Professor Freeman has a remarkable memory. By the way of proof he says that when he was two weeks old he saw the cook steal some jam and he told on her a year later when he learned to talk. X 5 X VVolf: "Going to see Ben Ali today ?" Dugan: 'fOh! ls he here again this week?" ei: sf as lfvans: "VVhy is Professor Lloyd like Vvorld VVar veterans ?" the Gividen: "Because he has adopted the slogan, 'They shall not pass'." The All-College Letter send home. It can be filled out in a fProposed printed form letter for students to few seeonds.j Lexington, Ky. Sept., Oct., Nov., Dee., Alan., Feb., Nlarch, April, lllay, 192 .... 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I , g I QTENN, I LLEGE HEADQUARTERS 2 7, I ,, ,,,,, , , ,gil , ,ML :m,,,, , , , Nj, I X ' Z, THE 'I 1 W 'M' C O 5? I ' 'Gif . . 4 f ,Q w 2' "f f - .- , .,.,.7g X L D .V Q - A :Ns U . ,I f K "E, The Studentsi Idea of Heaven XVI-IERE VVE XVILL NOT HEAR: 1. 'KThe regular informal convocation will be held in the assembly room of the College of the Bible at seven o'clock this evening." 2. "Are there any faculty bulletins to be read this morning ?" 3. i'The faculty reception will be postponed to a later datef' 4. "VVe-e-ll, now, guess we'll have a little seance this morningf, . "INIrs. -l will sing for her next number X if W, . "Read chapters IX, X, XI of text Read pages E74-76 Exercises 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 1o, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18, 2o, 22 on chapter VIII False-True Test on chapters VII. IX and X." 7. "ak 'le if That's not a11 open night." 5 6 XVHERE IVE IVILL HEAR: 1. "Because of the high quiz grade of all students, no final exams. will be givenf, 2. "I have increased your weekly allowance 325. CSignedl Father." 3. "All students who have only one class on Saturday may leave for the house party Friday." 4. "Professor -i is ill, so will not meet his classes today." . "Fraternities and sororities 11eed not see the Dean for permission to ive dances . g in the vm." g' . . , 6. "There are no scholastic re uirements for athletes. ' 1 . 1 q n 1 . "Solicitation of funds from students will not be permitted." . The ower ulant whistle after ever ame. P I Y g 7 8 Q. Rafinesque's version of his trip with Dean lNIac from Philadelphia to lVIorrison. 10. "Students may spend the first ten 1ninutes of chapel visiting in the corridors, and the remaining time i11 Ending their seats." Wanted to Know- 1. Dean INIoore's ofiicial title. 2. How long it would take "SandyH to learn a new reading? 3. How many dates are permitted a week at the Senior House? 4. VVhat is the definition of "campused"? . Whether Professor Reeves received his scar in foreign or domestic WARS? . If there are any girls on the campus who haven't bobbed hair? 7. VVhy there are no windows in the Press Room? 8. The rate of decrease in population of Nebraska since 1921 ? 9. IVhere lliss Henley received "detective training"? 10. If a "Smoker" will be included in the new buildings? II. VVhether this year's social regulations will become tradition? 5 6 189 irso I iefiusifiyaisiai ioo 7 MIM X ,917 tw ft . ne- isgfsw Nlfgx 4 Y -i V ir yt l !fgi,j f gn THE CRIMSON'S IDEA OF HEAVEN THE CRIMSON OF 1924 1. pleases everybody. A Q. Receives no criticism other than favor- able. 3. Contains no errors. 4. Is free from omissions. 5. Is aclmittecl to be good by all the ' faculty. 6. Is completed on schedule time. Y. Creates unexpected fmances for the staff. l l 190 IUYSO mmm mom L I T il 'X v--V w - , , . 3 .. . -2 5' -,Vi ff- n . .. Ja--.. ' L . . - Va .V-rx,grsaV'-1-fV1'-1-431461VSV-K'-PQ? ' Y V. 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