University of Akron - Tel Buch Yearbook (Akron, OH)

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Little do we think, in the hurry of the present generation, of the great struggle and privations that our forefathers endured in wresting this land from the relentless wilderness, and even more re- lentless savages 5 tradition alone is left to remind us of the event- ful years and happenings that have passed over the place we call Akron. 15a5a5a5QeR525aeHeE5C5EaQ5C.52ssaafiwbaifksffisaaawas55525-E 3 ':F1EFv':F15F1EF1 'g::11':53i+3Ei:1EF1EF1H:uEFn5'?b':.b'HbCu5::5'?EE 5959EEEf?5Cu':FH55'3EFH:uEFuH71H5'EE 5 'f T5 5 5 T5 5 5 5 T 5 5 5FEHTaW5VT5?15q5EuHfi5fEEE5H555F1EF5q55bE1iFkF1 5 55 5 5 5 CONTENTS E 5 O O THE SCHOOL EE O Q 5 59 T 5 SPORTS 55 O O H:-I 35 QRGANIZATITQNS 5 ,IE Q Q ' 5 T ACTIVITIES EF' E 5 T 5 Q 5 5 M 5 5 5 5 5 5 ' 5 5' 5 5 5 5 T 5 5 5 5 5 5 T Q 55555555555555555555555555555555 4 F' . E1 W REVUY fl git? K ' Jtflt Ev rijk zig-. U 1 '-1437-ff J am mu 12 "Q V Liu' 2'W,9-h. ' 'gg ' J -V sig, :S - ""'1fFffl tA-1.:1',fWi- 'icq-J.f3. 'w H"i' xi . . . 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T7 I 1 I.-I I III.. .51-II.,' .II . . .. e' ' II I I II I If . ' T 1 Mgr III1 I le "1II.111.-fI'IceU1' 4 If 1 I.. 1. 5 I ,g ' ' ' 'Ju I -I iw .', ' .HQ mxmxxmxxxxxxxwxxw 'W MM W 1, x .SAEEJJQFV ADMINISTRATIQN AND FACULTY 15 Municipal University Of Akron Officers Of The Administration PARKE R. liOLBE, PHD. .......................... President of the University CHARLES R. OLIN, MS. . . . ..... Secretary of the University GLADYS P. WEEKS ...... ..... R egistrar ofthe University OSCAR E. QLIN, LL.D. .... . . . .... Vice-President of the Faculty I-IERMAS V. EGBERT, A.iVI.. . . ....................... Secretary of the Faculty ALBERT I. SPANTON, A.iVI. .............. Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts FRED E. AYER, CE. .,........ Dean of the College of Engineering and Commerce SARAH E. STIMMEL, BS. .... .......... D irector ofthe School of Home Economics W. j. BANKES, A.M.. . .Dean ofthe Teachers College and Director of Summer Session ELIZABETH A. THOMPSON, AM. ...................,,........ Dean of Women FREDRICK S. SEFTON, BS ..... . ......... Physical Director RENA B. FINDLEY ........ ................... L ibrarian HEZZLETON E. SIMMONS ..... ......... D irector of Evening Session ULYSSES S. VANCE ...... ....,................ U niversity Editor RICHARD I-I. SCHMIDT .... .......... C hairman of Committee on Entrance ....-.io-.gt EDITH G. CRAY, AB., iVI.A.. . . . . .... Alumni Secretary lb PARKE R. KOLBE, AB., P1-LD. President of the University AB., BUCHTEL COLLEGE, 19025 PH.D., LTNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG QIDAQ, NVS. QDEA. I7 CHARLES M. liNIGHT, AB., A.M., SCD. Dean Emeritus of the Faculty. Professor Emeritus of Chemistry AB., Tufts Collegeg A.M., Sc.D., Buchtel College. QDBK. 5 N53 33 , , if 1:, . .' 5 ' ':"lfr l OSCAR E. QLIN, A.M., LLD. 'A Vice President Qf the Faculty A.M., Kansas State Agricultural College, 1897, l.l..D., University of Akron, 1920. UTM. 18 U ALBERT I. SPANTON, AB., A.lVl. Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts Pierce Professor of English AB. Buchtel College, l899g A.lVI., Harvard University, 1905. Lance and Helmet, QIJEA, OAK. FRED E. AYER, CE. Dean of the College of Engineering and Com- rnerce C.E.,LafayetteCollege, l900. AEO, ET, EX 19 MRS. ELIZABETH A. THOMPSON, A.M. Dean of Women A.M., Buchtel College. QIDM. WILLIAM sl. BANKES, AB., A.M. Dean ofthe Teachers Collegeg Director ofthe Summer Session AB., College of Woosterg A.M., Clark University, 1914 1 L--A1 H - l--- M. ,,-- .Y H.. ., . ,,. -. . I., xg.. ' IA.-. . 1. Y. '.. L.-.-.. ,J ' 1 ' ' 4 1 ' 1 1 F 4 1 1 . ' , 1 - - ,- - f 1 1 - I . . 1 1 . 20 I , ., ..., .....,..,1 I.--. if' l.,1,,,. ' 1 I 1. ,- jlw. . I 'I ,..,. I1ff 1.1 I, ., 1.., 11, ,.... 1 :I :W I ..1,,' , .V 5. . g 1..Y,, 1 . I . .Y 1. 1-4 . 115, I .-J 1 ILL. 1.4 1 1 14 'I Iufjl inf ' I I .I- . I...1 f I . 5 1, . 51 I k 1 .,- 1 1-T., 1 I 113 1 If 1 gif? I'...f'1i. 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Director of the School of Home Economics B.S., Ohio State University, 1913 1. -if K-:Y -I-Q A"-in ' I' " r '---Q ' 'LJ 1-IEZZLETON E. SIMMONS, BS., MS. Director of Night Session BS., Buchtel College, 19085 M.S., Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, 1912. HKE, CDH, OAK if Lf"2V'i1j2,f ti' if' ic,i1iL,C "' 1 1 " 1 'S " 1' ,lfl:1' 15314111 1111.11 ' -fl -lvl 1 cJ,w-.:5Lf-lg 14.1325 Q: fglsi4Iii54sglgslgi45335-jE13igg2sg34f'fa-gg-,211-921912ii .55 21 Professors CHARLES M. KNIGHT, AB., A.M., Sc.D., Professor Emeritus of the Faculty. B.A., Tufts College, A.M., Tufts Collegeg SCD., Buchtel College. fIJBK. .JOSEPH C. ROCKWELL, A.B., PH.D., Professor of Latin and Greek. B.A., Wesleyan University, 18875 PH.D., University ofjena, 1909. fIJBK, CHARLES BLTLCER, PH.B., PH.D., Professor of Modern Languages. PH.B., Buchtel College, 1908, PH.D., University of Wisconsin 1920. HKE, CDEA. AMON B. PLOXVMAN, PH.D., B.S., A.M., Professor of Biology. B.S., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1889, A.M., Harvard University, 19023 PH.D., Harvard University, 1905. CIDBK, EAfIw, CDE. PRED P. HOUSEHOLDER, A.B., M.A., Professor of Physics. A.B., University of Wisconsin, l913gM.A., University of Wisconsin, 191o. EARL W. CRECRAFT, PH.B., A.M., PH.D., Professor of Political Science and Economics. ' ' PH.B., Franklin College, 1907, A.M., Columbia University, 19llg PH.D., Columbia University, 1915. QIDAG, OAK. . LANVRENCE M. MCDERMOTT, AB., A.M., Professor of Business Administration and Commerce. A.B., Cornell University, 19103 A.M., Cornell University, 1914. E1IDE,9fID. JOHN L. JGNES, PH.B., M.A., PH.D., Professor of Mathematics. PH.B., Lafayette College, 19053 M.A., Lafayette College, 1909, PH.D., Yale University, 1911. Acacia, fIJBK, EX. THOMAS L. lVlCxlOYNT, LLB., B.C.S., Professor of Co-Ordination. LL.B., MacDonald Educational Institute, 1915, B.C.S., University of Cincinnati, 19203 Commons Club, GCD, AKXII. GEORGE L. HAYES, LL.B., MED., PH.B., A.M., PH.D., Professor of Education. LLB., MED., Northwestern State Normal School, 1900, PH.B., Ohio Northern University, 19103 A.M., PH.D., University of Pittsburgh, 1920. Square and Compass. fI1AK. HERMAS V. EGBERT, AB., A.M., Professor of Afathematics. A.B., Western Reserve College, 1887, A.M., Western Reserve College, 1880. ROSS C. DURST, B.S., Professor of Civil Engineering. B.S., Dhio Northern University, 1915. Commons Club. JOHN T. WALTI4ER, B.S., Professor of Electrical Engineering. B.S., University of Michigan, 1909. 22 RAYMOND B. PEAsE, AB., A.M., PH.D., Professor of English. AB., University of Wisconsin, 1900gA.M., Harvard University, 1905 g PH.D., University of Wisconsin, 1921. Acacia. WILLIAM L. TYDINGS, CAPTAIN, INFANTRY, U.S.A., Professor of Military Science and Tactics. EHE. EDWIN G. BALDWIN, AB., A.M., PH.D., Professor of Moclern Languages. AB., Illinois College, 18945 A.M., Yale University, 1898g PH.D., Stetson University, 1914. EH. RICHARD 1-1. SCHMIDT, AB., A.M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. AB., Wesleyan University, 1910, A.M., Columbia University, 1916. Commons Club. KATHARINE M. REED, AB., A.M., Assistant Professor of Alodern Languages and Acting Head of the Department of Modern Languages. AB., Newcomb College, A.M., Tulane University. AOII. CHARLES R. SMITH, AB., FIRsT LIEUTENANT, U.S.A., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. AB., University of Kentucky, 1917. EHE. KENTON P. COOLEY, FIRST LIEUTENANT, U.S.A., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. EIIE. FRED S. GRIFFIN, Assistant Professor of Alechanical Engineering. Ohio State University, 1911. EMERY L. KUHNES, BS., M.PD., PH.D., Assistant Professor of Education. BS., Upper Iowa University, 19063 M.PD., New York University, 19135 PH.D., New York University, 1915. FRANK D. CLARK, B.S., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. B.S., University of Rochester, 1895, M.E., Cornell University, 1902. 23 Instructors CARITA IVICEBRIGHT, A.B., Instructor in Speech. A.B., Cornell University, Emerson College of Oratoryg American Academy of Dramatic Art, New York. KKF. JOHN W. BULGER, C. E.,Instructor in Civil Engineering. C.E., Ohio State University, 19185 Triangle IIKE. RITA E. STINSON, B.S., Instructor in Home Economics. B.S., University of Illinois, 1916. AAU. ERNEST E. SCHAEFER, B.E.IVl., Instructor in Metallurgy,' Director of the Bureau of City Tests. B.E.lVI., Ohio State University, 1918. Acacia. FRANCESCO B. DELEONE, lVlUs.D., Director of Music. Royal Conservatory of Music, Naples, Italy. FAIVI, AXA. - I-IENRI TAILLIART, Instructor in Spanish and French. Bachelier Moderne, Paris, 1899. WILLIAM A. IVIOORE, A.B., A.IVI., Instructor in Chemistry. A.B., Cornell College, Iowag A.lVl., Cornell College, Iowa, 1921. WILL I-I. LIPSCOMBE, B.S., Instructor in Mathematics. B.S., Florida State College, 1921. EAU. IVIABEL ROGERS, A.B., A.IVl., Instructor in Spanish. A.B., Western Reserve College, 1908, A.lVI. Western Reserve College, 1922. ROBERT ANDERSON, B.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering. B.S., University of Vermont, 1915. WALTER A. GILMOUR, B.S., Instructor in Co-ordination. B.S., Norwich University, 1914. EQIJE. DAVID E. ANDERSON, A.B., IVl.S., Instructor in Chemistry. A.B., Augustana College, 1921 g IVI.S., University of Chicago, 1923. HEP. JOHN lvl. DAVIES, B.S., Instructor in Physics. B.S., University of Akron, 1922. Commons Club. 24 ,1- f I1 N, 1 l 1 1 1 1.1 .-., "1 1" 1 . .. 1 .1 - , I.-.. 1 i 1 ll 1 i 1 111 l:'f'1 .... 1.. f 'i iW"i CCC CCS I C7 '- C 2 2' H f 1.-Inq .' L, t,':5'Lg1"rL11f .-1:Lf1Lrf Lf 5.31 K.. r 'Q M111 EE Hn EF1 59 55 if ll1J.lZF12l'5.571 5:1 55 ' Q, 51 gg 1231? 1 5:1 llIl"111 512, 1511 llj-' - 'l 1 EEC, CLAUDE M. NEWLIN, A.B., M.A., Instructor in English. EE- A.B., Pacific College, 1911, A.B., Reed College, 19155 M.A., Harvard 13311 . University, 1922. 11115 11171 E MARJORIE MITCHELL, A.B., A.M., Instructor in English. I1 A.B., Western Reserve University, 1920, A.M., Radcliffe College, 1923. 151-11 1551 em. 12111 it I' 1 'ffl 11? FRANK A. GRISMER, AB., AM., Instructor in English. 111111 1115 A.B., DePauw University, 1921, A.M., Ohio State University, 1923. girl, 11 Tusitalia. EBN. 1I."1lf. ll lljff, 11? ULYSSES S. VANCE, JR., AB., Instructor in English and journalism. University liill' , Editor. I.: 11: A.B., University of Iowa, 1923. EAX, XQT, AfIDI'. ll 1.32 CHARLES A. HALLENBECK, AB. AM., Instructor in Political Science. 1 '111 1153 A.B. Rutgers College, 1914, A.B., New York University, 1917. IIKA. 11 2 1 ORVILLE J. MARSH, A.B., Instructor in Commerce and Administration. +- iff 'iii lil'-1-1 CHESTER 1-I. SMITH, A.B., Instructor in Physical Education. 14:15 A.B., Hillsdale College, 1921. ATQ, CIDEK. 1 ' . li.-,flii li? ROLLAND D. FOX, B.S., M.S., Instructor in Biology. 'NITE B.S., University of Akron, 1921, M.S., University of Akron, 1923. CIDAQ, 1122. 11.11111 I atm, 'li-2111. HENRY METZGER, MASTER SERGEANT, USA., Instructor in Military Science and 13211 13:1 Tactics. T .--151' ja JOSEPHINE A. CUSHMAN, PHB., B.L.S., Instructor in Library Science. Associate Librarian. 'E PHB., University of Akron, 1917, B.L.S., University of Illinois, 1919. 15111, ii :" 1' 15111 MRS. ANNINE MACKINNON, Instructor in English. SARAH E. DUNCKLEY, B.S., Physical Instructor for Women. New Haven School of Gyrnnasticsg B.S., University of Akron, 1923. 22, 11lr'1f1 1112. 1---Q.. ,Ll 21-1'-'lil EE E171 Eh 51:1 C. W. PORTER, A.B., Instructor in Commerce. EFT Eh . ...L 1 E ... 1 I 1 2-.111 1,1-1. 1 1:1- ir A.B., George Washington, 1920. l.-l I LE 53, 2lT1'3 51:1 37111 .v 1' .' "" 'wif E-Fl I A A-rf.. az! - -ff--A-1-A f f--A-in-ef" 1.1.-g'r:.-""r" Tig.. - . L "TT LL 1:71. -:, fI'f'12"'2I""''IIf"",1fI'3ff,lv HH EF- 5-95-15 25 in P1352 52.225 fa t 25 1 l 1 'a lil 11 1 1 DONALD C. DARRAH, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Biology. B.S., University of Akron, 1923. Lance and I-Ielmet, QUE, CIDEA, CIJAG. ALFRED E. BISHOP, B.S., Assistant in the Bureau of City Tests. B.S., University of Akron, 1923. Commons Club. GLADYS P. WEEIQS, Registrar ofthe University. LOUISE POPE, Assistant Registrar. AB., Winthrop College. RENA B. FINDLEY, Librarian. Chautauqua Summer School, 1908. MARY SHUMAN, Assistant Librarian. AB., Akron University, 1924. QIDM. EDITH C. CRAY, Alumni Secretary. AB., University of Akron, 1923. ACIDF, AFA. MO BOARD OE DIRECTORS OF TI-IE MUNICIPAL UNIVERSITY OE AKRON JOHN W. THOMAS FRANK M. Cooki-3 CLYDE F. BEERY B. A. POLSKY j. GRANT I'IYDE MRS. CHARLES W. AVERELL WILLIAM I-I. EAGER P. W. LITCHFIELD JAMES B. PERGRIN 26 in-d-,217 if Wm ,ZX g-,-,-,fi M A K M N 1511 TIWW lf?" SENIGRS 27 Q xi? Senior Class Qfficers -'-"1 HAYES JENKINS, "SQuIIzT" President AB., POLITICAL SCIENCE AND ECONOMICS IIKE, AfIfI'. OAK. Freshman Football, Basketball, Track, and Baseballg Football, Z, 3, 4,' Basketball, 2, 3, 4,' Track, 25 Baseball, Z, 3, 4, Basketball Captain, 4, President of the Senior Class and Student Council, 4, Sport Ed- itor of Buchtelite, 4. Three gold emblems in recognition of three letters earned in football, baseball, and basketball is a record to be proud of but "Squirt" had time for other things too for he could guide the senior class, student council and the sport section of the BUCI-ITELITE just as well as he could drop kick from the forty yard line. "Squirt" has certainly had a wonderful career in college and we are sorry to see him leave us. I-le was voted the most popular man in school so the feeling of loss will be universal. ROBERT HALL RIMER, "BOE" Vice-President AB. ENGLISH AXA, R.L.S. Uuill Clubj French Club Z, 3, 45 Clee Club 3,' Buchtelite Staff 4,' Song Book Committee 45 Orchestra 2, 4, President and Concertmasler 4. "Bob" is our musical genius, He captured the First prize for the best song which could be used for a new Alma Mater and in addition he has been the mainstay of the orchestra. "Bob" has made many friends during his college life because of his sincere efforts to be everyones friend. MARGARET ZINK, UPEGH Secretary BE. EDUCATION KKFQ Biology Club 1, Clee Club 1, 25 Rifle Team 3, 4,' Basketball 2, 3,' Dramatic Study Club 1,' Spanish Club 1, 25 Secretary Senior Class 4. "Peg" has been practicing teaching this year and her absence is noticeable. l-ler favorite pastime is reading, but she likes nothing better than an evenings dancing. "Peg" evidently belongs to the Sigma Chi "Sorority"-at least she wears a Sigma Chi pin. RUSSELL AUTEN, "Russ" Treasurer A.B. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND ECONOMICS IIKE, EIIEQ Freshman Footballg Glee Club, I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Sophomore Class: Vice-President junior Classy Treasurer Senior Classy Football, 2, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Captain Inter-Class Track Team, 4. Sticktuitiveness is "Russ " greatest asset as his record clearly shows. Although "Russ" never made his letter he didn't give up but kept right on coming out year after year. Besides taking part in athletics he has taken part in other campus activities and has always a smile for everyone. 28 I I I I I Y... I I, 4 . l I ff' K-x v. -f:1f'ff7":f:ff:3""'1"""""""'""f"7"""""":T"""' Yf'f'T"T"'2""l'T"f"'f1'1T"f"Tf',fiK3 lf ll W use its LIL. Lei tp :-.I1, i.5tLii:iI . 'ig aiiiii 'I ' . . . . --..-.,.- -.-.., ,,.,.., ..-aa .. lily? I I I ,I ' marina llullln mimi I lib V '19 il :rm M2 il ff .' ' wk I llfrff litwl Ill T' I Ifjq, fl bfi 1 .2 hiv? I ...U ily ill i lag' l, U37 i if-lil .. .. 5.71.55 DEMING ELIVION BAKER, NEWT HAZEL RUTH AUSTIN, "HAzEL" fl"'f7: Q AKRON, OHIO BS., Chemistry AKRON, OHIO BE. Physical Training lf r' 2 Chemistry Club I, 2, 3, 4,' Editor of Retort 3,' AF, Bryce Club 1, Z5 Woman's League, 1, 2, IIQL-Ir: 5 President Chemistry Club 4,' Plysics Club 3,' 3, 4,' Sorority Basketball, 2, 3,' Literary Club 3,' I ,J ll German Club 3, 4. Hockey Team I, 2, 3, QI lil .. .. CJ Newt vows and declares he is not a Hazel has her mind set on showing young relative of the illustrious "Newt" but he girls how to turn somersaults and swing lj does claim to be the Uchampeenu bunny Indian clubs in a gym class. If personal- dispatcher of six counties. But "Newt" ity and even temperament make a good IlI'-' isn't half as blood thirsty as all that for instructor, then Hazel should rate at the Iljrgl his smile is something to be envied. top. She likes all kinds of sports especial- Iggf I ly if she can engage in them. ll. if Iii 'I' I IIQIQI O O O O O O llkhi Ili ,I ll' V E RUTH VIRGINIA ACKLEY, HARRIETT ELIZABETH BACHTEL, "RUTH VIRGINIA" , I "B " Il -QI ETTY AKRON, OHIO AB., Philosophy Ill-If-II AKRON, OHIO BS., Home Economics and Sociology AFQ Home Economics Club I, Z, 3, 4,' Secre- fIPMg Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,' President 25 Dram- tary and Treasurer 25 Student Council 2. aiic Study Club 3,' Biology Club I. ' l I 1 giili Betty's picture is typical of her. Wher- Ruth is an artist in more ways than one- ever she may be she always has a smile for she can paint and sing wonderfully. gy for everyone. She likes to cook and we The Glee Club loses its mainstay and one Il'-Ji II are sure someone is going to appreciate of the best soloists but all good things III-ifrzl this trait in the near future-we are must come to an end. Ruth's "Grimm" IIIT-I if certain it is very near too. smile is certainly a radiant one. 'EFI I 'I III Q. TFl'IiFf5Ilff'f I7?T7:3i'FffTFfIT?:T''ILTSET?:f'f?7Qfff,ffT'I?TffTlii:7ffr:T?'QgTQTv77'T437EIT'AFTfu -47.33 -457 0-fi. Qlfl 5-iff? 255 '.l.. ,,Ax., N M - ' : '. z.-J-Er: i. is :" ' . . ' . f' . ,xi be 1Q2 5 ESTELLE BLAKE, "STE1.LE" AKRON, OHIO A.B. English Literature QJKA. ., AI We will have a little longer time to get acquainted with "Stelle" next year, for she intends to come back to Hnish her training for a high school teacher. She hasn't told us what her hobby is but we have a hunch it must be jimmy. ADA ELLEN BORDNER, UADAH AKRoN, OHIO AB. History W'oman's League 3,' Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, Asst Editor of the Tel-Buch 3: Dramatic Study Club 2, 3, 45 President 35 Biology Club I, 2, 3, 4,' Literature Club 1, 2, 3.' President 3,' Rifle Team 4, Class Basketball Captain 3, 4, "A" key 2, 3. Ada certainly hasn't let 'George do it' while she has been with usL far from it, for a glance at her activities will show her interest in all things pertaining to the U. of A. O O O O O O MARY BELDEN, HMARYH AKRON, OHIO B.S. Home Economics ELIZABETH BALDWVIN AKRON, OHIO BS. Horne Economics KKFQ Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Secre- tary and Treasurer 35 President 4,' Wonzan's League Treasurer 3. Mary has served and cooked for four years now. At least she is indispensable to Curtis Cottage Cafeteria. It's a "special" when Mary bakes a cake. 30 Mrs. Baldwin came to a real college after she attended Valparaiso University Cln- dianal. Being married it was only natural for her to take the Home Economics course. Many a man is sorry that his wife, like Mrs. Baldwin, didn't take such a course. Q .. . A X, 192 ?"'Q-a- 'es HAROLD LOTHMAN BUEHL, "BuEHi.LY" AKRON, OHIO AB. History KEXg Freshman Track 1,' German Club 2, 3, 4,' Vice President 4,' Track Manager 3,' Buchtelite 3, 4. Buehl, although small in stature, seems to be fitted with enough dynamic force for three or four big fellows. If he couldn't run or wasnt big enough to play football, he could at least manage a team and this he did with the best of ability. DOROTHY CADDEN, "DOT" AKRON, OI-Ho BS. Commerce and Administration EACH XAQ: R.L.S. Quill Club, Sponsor of Company C,' Business Club 3, 4, Bryce Club 3. lt isn't every girl who has the ability in "commerce and administration" that Dorothy has. She isn't all business either. If there is anything literary around, she's in it. She is popular with the men too, as her election to sponsor Company "C" proves. O O O O O O RUTH BLANCHE BROWN, "BRowNIE" A , 0 A.B. H' ,' FERN CAREY, AAFERN" KRON WO M'A. Eduffffcfn AKRON, 01-IIO A.B. Literature French Club Z, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,' Literature Club 2, 3, 4,' German Club 3, 4. Fern is so quiet that we hardly know when she is around. She intends to come back next year and work for her masters degree and to prepare to teach literature in high school. Her serious attitude toward her work should stand her in good stead in her teaching. 31 Physics Club 4. Brownie is one of our truly brilliant students. She will receive two degrees this june in recognition of her ability to study and grasp the things which she has studied. She is one of those persons con- cerning whom people ask, "Will she ever grow up?" and mean it as a compliment. f. i t A if if 51 :Q 343 Qfilti its-i ll V' , lim so 3, ,- iff: ELIQ .J I lbw F' En he H9 533 I! "' nl ...i l tc H3 A llgh ,e T.- VITY All if-i .. , . , A me LESTER lvl. COLE, RED I-IARDINC CHRIST, 'CHRIST lf- AKRON, OHIO ME. Mechanical AKRQNV OH10 AB, Political Engineering Science and Economics OAKQETQ Engineering Board of Control 45 EBNQ Biology Club Z, 3: Bryce Club 2, 3, 4,' Lf' A.S,M.E. 4, 55 President 5,' Owls Club 4, 55 Republican Club 4, 1-J l Chairman Senior Prom Cornmitlee 5. Q llf' U H Well, even if Christ s last name never will i--ll Red l'1-HS bCC1f1 3 leader 3l'TlOl'lg the be famous, his surname will have to bear ig engineers ever since he entered school. the burden, Christ has a splendid 'ff' Nothing is complete unless Lester is comical makeup. He invariably has a 1-5-5 behind it. I-le is the official cheer leader witty retort at his tongues end. I-lis fr. and ring leader of the engineering school. rather comic bearin helps get awa with lm .. .. . U g Y And Red is a real student for any man it too. lu' that can get a "B" average in the lj? engineering school is a student. But 'if' never think for a moment that Les is .lq a grind. just look over the patrons of O O O any student dance and see if he is ever l Q missing. lj:-7 I Y' .. ., Ti FRANK 1-1. CARMAN, "CAR-MAN" AGNES CHILDS, AGNES l 55' BARBERTON, Oi-no BS Chemistry AKRON' OHIO AB- Phllowphy ,4 and Sociology ljwi fI1EAg Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4,' Physics A , , ,, , A Club 3. Agnes is interested in the bigger and better" things of life as her choice of a Frank has certainly gotten the most out major proves. It's not what one says of his college course. In addition to being but why one says it, that counts. Agnes' I ' the best student in the toughest course in chief ambition is to emulate Socrates school, he is the best liked. or Aristotle. We are all for you, Agnes L4- LIT Eh N , , ...,.,.-.,.,,...,,.,.- -.-,,.-..........-........ ... Y,....-,.. . ,.....,. --.V , ...W ,,.,,,.,.,.-,,,,,,4 ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,J""l l Q, f M 1 ' i..fTT LIZ .ii E iii tiff of 1.1: tr iii? tri' tt' t ' LJ? . I . I I . . 5 . S , L , f , 5 y I 5 . 1 i 4. ' uf, I....i W I-.i -..J ,.,' AC.- ..,.. .B ... ---. .., ...il....lr.- -will .--i gi ,I il' !: ll 1,. ,f . N, x , , . 1' f. , - an --.tu ,A fi ' 17- WF- Ori -PC i- U-V -- if-, -,-'1 I l 1 f-'I -' Q fr if 51 5Lfih'l.ilj5T.!f?.3.i1EilCE3lf52i1?Q2lEiF' A I' 1fiT.i.5il11..gf2 ll EH L :nat lf: , LI-:I l Xi-,,,,,,,J lf. iii? W 51 2' ?i'W ta I1- Qigr. EE I Q s ,ii lit it -fi Yilih ahhh ,I r' if l MEF lf 2555 is I 2 MLC, t ., , '-'- 'Zhi ' li :I i li lf. Willa lllljjri RALPH FENIMORE COOPER, "COOP" ADRIAL V. COOK, "CooKY" NLE A AKRON, OHIO E.E. Electrical Engineer AKRON, OHIO BE, Education A Physics Club 3, 4. "Cooky" spends most of his time in the I . courthouse in order to get the "atmos- .- Here we have the electrical wizard. nneng' for ne intends to take up law- til:l'l Ralph HHS Some high ClU3l1UeS that Ohly Even though he is going to be a teacher gig' ah Chgihecf C-9h 3PPf9Cl3fCA He has for a time he likes nothing better than ill 7 graduated from Professor Walther s class. to Sell Chapel Seats to unsuspecting fresh- WSF! UCOOP i53VCfY femafk-able mah 1h that men and direct freshmen into the lil he is just hafuf-ally 3 W0m3h hater, .ih Womens League rooms. With so much f?Ct he Just dares 3hY0hC t0 make hlfh exuberance he should certainly succeed ii, fall for them. We expect great things in most any line of Work. 'HH-:1 from Coop and wish him success In his i'p":f5, Ventures' HAROLD COLLEY, "Coney" lllrgt AKRON, OHIO B.S. Commerce and 1' , H Ad ' ' t t' Lql HELEN MAY OAvIEs, UOMMIE 'mms 'G 'On I' .J C , Q BIE' Ed t' IIKEQ Football 2, 3,' Track Z,' Biology Club Zg will-,E LEVELAND HIC um mn French Club 25 Literature Club 35 Dramatic lfl IIPMQ Glee Club 2,' Dramatic Study Club 2,' Study 3, 45 Band 3,' Assistant Tel-Buch l'gl:F1 Spanish Club 3. Manager 3. f l' My-:I Whats in a name? Well, if it's I-lelen After dropping school once, Colley came lit . there is feminine lovliness, in this case back in the fall of 1923 with his mind NZFI the golden-haired, blue-eyed, kind. You fully made up to study, and he has shown can not explain charm but it's the reason that it isn't so much lack of ability that 1' l-lelen's admirers begin with the first keeps a man out of school, but the per- llljg grade youngsters at Perkins school and severance to stick at one thing until it is fi -it we guess they'll never end. If music, finished. Since that time his average has 25121 romance, and sweetness only rhymed we been high, and besides this he has been bca could write a poem about I-lelen. active on the campus. wi lih lligij PT' ir' I? 274 i fi V' iftfiit tflfi. E'IF'iIffZiTIfif!I?f3Qi:1.5.51E553iIE?'i'fiiT.1?f'Tf"T'ff .ii 1.1 ...J I .lm f f X X ' as 1 'fab ' H , . 'X ll 1 4 I l ., N Q .3 3 A . Q" .We ! - I-T Qs wi fwy' x 'XWX . 9 5 '- - ii.: s-ENN-fe Wes:--.1 -.1 3 f:Msw3,Jr AQA V -'55 v e' CUSTAV DERER, "Gus" RALPH DICKERHOOE. ..DICK.' AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education Derer is a teacher at the Zion Lutheran School and at the same time he is taking graduate work here. He graduated from Concordia Teachers College. He also spent two summers in school at the University of Chicago. Derer, like Harold Lloyd, has glasses which serve as a means of identification. Oh yes, he has been married for some time. AKRON, QHIO AB. Political .Science and Economics XQTQEIIEQ Baseball Z. "Dick" rose to fame when he became a Captain in the R.O.T.C. As a modern Napoleon marshalling his fish club across the campus, he knew no fear. We even believe that he sleeps with an I,D.R. under his pillow. He looks like a Creek god in his uniform and many a co-ed knows it but Ralph simply doesn't recognize them. Maybe he is just a little O O O bit wiser than most of us. O O O VIVIENNE jEANNETTE DETTLING GENEVIEVE ELIZABETH DETTLING "Viv" '.GENA" AKRON, OHio BS. Home Economics AKRON, QHIO BS. Home Economics Home Economics Club I, Z, 3, 4. Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres. 3,' Dramatic Study Club 4. Being one of a pair of twins has made Vivienne always able to see the other fellows point of view but just the same she wants what she wants when she wants it and strange to say she always gets itg but it's not so strange when one has such a pleasing personality. 34 Cena is the other one of the Dettling twins and like her sister she is one of the mainstays of the Home Economic de- partment. Her winning smile and dark Hashing eyes should make her a good dramatist. vw . ,.,a, , n J i Ii Tm I i I ,- I.4. l ..c . I II 2 llir I! Inu-E ,Q it It -PE Eg H' r EI, , V! 5"l .Q Til It In Iv : lst -Q 'I A -ill l .I I! lx , 5-I lil :PII I .J Ql Il ,.. I V: ,Q I I r-f ' a v I I 1 2 95 :Vi .fl I U. CHARLES DIMETTE, "DIMM AKRON, OHIO BE, Education Dimette is a teacher as well as a student. His kind smile succeeds in winning the regard of the most unruly youngster , y which applies also to grown ups. To be , 'I an acquaintance of his is tO derive y -I pleasure therefrom. ESTHER DUNFORD, AKESTHERU AKRON, OHIO AB. English Literature ORA: Biology Club I, 3: Literature Club 35 Psychology Club 45 RLS. Quill Club 4,' 1 Student Assistant English 4. Little Esther is one of the few who never bother other people with her troubles. Those who know her intimately can ap- ! preciate the fact that she is ever ready to help anyone, even though it may A inconvenience herself. She admits that I, listening to the radio is her hobby, but k i we know that listening all alone is no fun. . - - We feel confident that in the near future I ' I Esther's ability for writing highly roman- ' y tic novels will repay her many fold for 'F the midnight oil that she burned while in l yyfg coHege. ,MA I, l L , THEODORE P. EBERHARD, "TED" AKRON, OHIO AB. Philosophy and Sociology AEO3 ET3 AfIDI': SHE: Lance and Helmet,- Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 4,' Editor Retort 45 Biology Club 1, German Club 35 Football Manager 35 Buchtelite 2, 3, 45 Managing Editor 45 Acheronic Editor 4. Here we have a map of Akron University showing one of the regions most thickly populated with literary ability. This happens to be Eberhard who put the "ache" in Acheronic. He has dabbled in everything and made good in them all. GILBERT WILLIAM DILLEY, "Gia" AKRON. OHIO AB. Political Science XOTQ French Club 45 Glee Club 2, 45 Orchestra Z, 3, 4,' Psychology Club 4,' Laughing Mash 4,' "A" key 4. The Pied Piper personified-Only he does it with the piano, He tried Ohio Northern but returned to the A U fold because he didnt like the politics there. A man of many endeavorsl besides being a talented musician, he is a politician. We expect him to represent us in the Senate some dav. 5 . 'Wg we seem 925 MARGARET FLORENCE FANNING "PEooY" AKRON, OHIO B.A. Romance Languages QZAQ French Club 1, Z, 3, 4,' Spanish Club 3, 4,' RLS. Quill Club 1,2,3,4,t Student Assistant English 3,' Student Assistant French Dept. 3, 4,' Tel-Buch Girl 1924, Margaret is one Of those persons who always know their lessons. She's rather too good to be true because she really isn't a grind and she does know how to enjoy herself. Last year she proved her popularity and working ability by win- ning the Tel-Buch Girl title for selling the most annuals. She is an accom- plished pianist also. OOO LOLA FISI-I NEW YORK, N, Y. BS. Chemistry AECIJ, Chemistry Club l, Z, 3, 4,' Cartoonistfor "Retort",' Dramatic Study Club 3,' Girls Rifle Team 3. Lola is the only co-ed chemist. In spite of the fact that she knows better than to mix I-I 2 S with T.N.T., she mixes well with other girls. Even boys are mixed into her test tubes. If you want to know if your face powder has the correct amount of C25 in it, ask Lola, she'll tell you. WILLIAM FREDRICK FIRICK, 'ABILLH AKRON, OHIO BS. Commerce and Administration AXAQ Lance and Helmetq Foot-ball Z, 3, 4,' basketball 2, 3,' baseball 2, 3, 45 Bryce Club 2, 3,' Business Club 3,' Class Treasurer 1,' Class Vice-President 25 "A" key 3. Let not BiIl's quiet, studious look deceive you into thinking that he is shy and retir- ing, on the contrary he has been very active in all school affairs. Almost any night you can see "Bill" laboring over his studies at the Auto Club for "Bill" has worked there for two years. A man that can play a half of a football game with a broken jaw, as "Bill" did at Mount Union, certainly will make a name for himself when he gets out of school. ELIZABETH FARLIN, "BETTY" AKRON, OHIO A.B. History AFA, Biology Club 2, 3, 4,' French Club 2, 3,' Glee Club 2, Republican Club 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 4, President 4. Besides cultivating chemistry formulas and juggling Greek adjectives, "Betty" has served this year, as our very capable president of the Women's Pan-Hellenic Council, together with several other club offices. When it comes to solving campus problems, pleasing everybody at Once, helping out those Organizations that may happen to be in difficult situations, "Betty" is right there. She's a jolly good fellow and patient at all times even when she is waiting to hear from "Tappy." H., , ..l t.,. If' I I I "V I ..: I t.,. I ,M I 1--I QII, II' I I ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II .,I . , I I I,I 'I II II I I I I I I I I I I I IV ,..-E'L II I' It?" Il'I:1 ,,..I , Il c Q-. T .J Bill., ,J , ,Q '4- I.H I It '17 IJ I jf ILE4 AJ . II In .A I II--QM Iii- let, If I-:I I I Ii I' ICICI Ill" I "L ILL. ..I I. 3' ff' If-wi II :rl If? 3I I haf-, II,.eL I ,- ILL. IMI 'lu 1-vw IIQ... I-J ' Ie r Int Ui "Q III- CIIQIHI Ian--2 IL, , s I, , , .sg II QW I ...I - I, .. , .. 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' 1151 '1 1 Z :1l 1 ll - ' 11 .1 110161 1 r' 1 l1 js' 15-ll .. .. . .. ll" 11.f1 1 CLARA FRANK, CLARA MARION GALEI-IOUSE, 'MARION 1114: 11155 AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education AKRON, OHIO AB. Literature ll 1 11, 11 I Clara always had an ambition to be a AFA' - - - lil' ll1l'I.'l:ll school teacher and now she has realized TW3 yjarli Eg? gms Cfglsclenlilous' bluff' lla-ff ll it We are sure she will succeed too for eye 1' ar ' awe mal en ct e one W O lst 115 ' . ' carries three Chaucer books all at oncel gt r-- 1, anyone that can make friends, never Came to Akr n U - -t It t 1"'t't' 'E' seem out of sorts when things aren't - O mversl y' pays O VJ F lj 1 exactl to 0116.5 likin a Cl h b.t H know Marion for the better you know her :gif does bound to bgtas OOgate3Clie?afO5xf the more she captivates your affections. 1 I 1 . . 3 Tactful but not obtrusive, interesting but SL. Y., 11 1 the kiddies. We are always sorry that - - 1 111 . . not a loquacious girl, we are pleased to 1- 1 the Teachers College doesnt keep its . . lt '- 11 1 Students around School SO W m. ht congratulate Wooster on training her 121-f1 U31 more of them 6 lg See freshmen so well. Concerning her ac- lly' ' complishments, just a wordg she rides, 111: I swims, plays tennis, golfs, and dances. li ra In addition she is quite a bridge player. 'S 111 11 T 5' 1 FRANCIS DAVID GLASI-IEEN UFRANKU 1 1 l 11551 1 . GRACE MATHILDE OILLE, uGILLIE" 171-- 11 1 ATHOL' MASS' AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education 1 V" 1 . F h cz b 1, 2, 3, 1 -cz B 1-1- 53511421225 Pfw-Wg, gl',i.bC3' 4' 5" C162 Club 2rZ'rfCDrarlvtlatic Study crlffzf 3 ass asketbau ll E11- 1 , , , ,' aptain .... 4, 5. ' ' 1 ' 1 -lg I U H Grace just couldn t leave us so she came fi. 1 Frank has all the tricks of his trade back to school after dropping out for MILF! down pat and if you want to know how one semester. She was busy practicing llfj to.get' efficiency out of a worn-out ma- teaching at Seiberling school. Cvirls' 1,91 1 chine just ask him, he ll tell youg in fact athletics have always called Grace to the 11 if 1 12111 1 Frank believes thoroughly in efficiency front. She is particularly fond of basket- 1--1 l II I in- everything, including the R.O.T.C. ball. French seems to be "pie" for her LQ 13:11 His 1 reputation as an engineer and a too for she takes an active interest in the lfjj 11 soldier has penetrated beyond the pale French Club. But above everything else lf--1--1 of the smokehouse. "Gillie ' likes to drive the Stearns Sedan. lg",- 1 lift: itll 5 l? 1 f- 1 'f""'T? - FFF?-F T' 'F 37:71 ?:'f'?W7:: 1 73 'Q'T?1T77WF'TF7T'fI'73"m':'f'?7T ?1'Tf3l'f'3'7?l'i'TfIf" T" "" Fl' wil? :if'1El3,il1::55 ip t. t 37 1-wand' 1925 IRENE MAE GRIFFITHS, ulRENEH AKRON, Oi-no BE. Education fIDM11I9Eg KAII1 Pieriang Student Council 4,' Sophomore, junior, W'ornen's League represent- ative, President 45 Rifle Team 3, 4g Inter- mural Basketball 2, 3, -lg Spanish Club 2, 3, -15 Literature Club 2, 3, 45 Psychology Club 2, 3, -15 Biology Club 2, 3, -If Dramatic Study Club 1, 2, 3, "lrenePa little bit of salt and sweetness" is the way the song begins but speaking of our Irene, its hardly adequate, One feels the need of adding ginger and spice, 'n'everything. If it is the length of her list of accomplishments that has won our admiration, it is the width of her circle of friends and the depth of her sincerity that have won our hearts, WILLIAIX4 J. GLASS, UBILLU C.E. Civil Engineering ETL Commons Club, Engineering Board of Controlg Physics Club -I, 5. Here is a man that you must look up to. Everyone knows "Bill," and the engine- ering college will probably shut down after he leaves. "Bill" has never had much time for campustry or fussing, but he has done a lot to promote the interests ofthe engineers. A'Bill" is a conscientious worker in whatever he undertakes. HAROLD MAYNAND GROOM, HGROOMH B.Si Biology Here we have the champion collegiate globe trotter. Maynard has attended more colleges than an ordinary man ever sees. He isn't "high hat" about it either, in fact the experience has given him a remarkably pleasing personality, XVe wish that Groom had found Akron to be the college of his desire long before he did so that we might have had the pleasure of knowing him more intimately. OOO MARGARET GREGG, HGREGGYH AKRON, OHIO AB. English AFAQ Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4,' Clee Club 1, 2, 4, President -1, Spanish Club -Ig Literature Club Z. We cant describe this golden-haired maiden even though we tried it in a medley. Venus endowed her richly and she reminds us of all the songs we ever heard, As president of the Womens Glee Club she has made a name for her- self. May she succeed in life just as she has at our dear Old U of A. WZ 1 2 95 IVIARJORIE HASSENFLUE, "MARCH" AKRON, OHIO B.S. Biology QDKAHIJEQ Biology Club I, 2, 3, 4: Psychology Club 3, 4,' Physics Club 35 Secretary 45 Bryce Club Z. "lVIarge" would like to be a plastic su rgeon-you know, making over peoples' noses, etc., but there is one serious Obstacle in the way, namely, her father. In the meantime "Marge" contents her- self with cutting up cats down in Biology Lab. lvlost anytime in the summer you may find her out swimming and-just ask her about canoeing ROBERT F. l-IAGENBAUGH, UBOBH AKRON, OHIO BS. Commerce and Administration AXAQ Assistant Cheer Leader lg Assistant Football Mgr. 35 Football Mgr. 4, Bryce Club 2, 3, 4,' Business Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,' Republican Club 45 Laughing Mask Club Business Mgr. 4, Senior Prom Committee. "Bob"nevergetssOreandalwayshassome funny joke to tell. The thing that makes 4'BOb" outstanding, he is always willing to help the other fellow have a good time. His activities have been varied but we give him credit for the way in which he managed the football team last year. "Bob" is also a journalist, Vxle wonder what his chosen profession is going to be. FERRIS THEODORE I-IARRINGTON TTTEDNT AKRON, OHIO M.E. Mechanical Engineering XGTL ETC OAK1 Student Council 5: Engineer- ing Board of Control 2, 5,' Akron Student Branch, A.S.M.E. 4, ig President 5,' Tel-Buch Staf, Engineering Editor 45 Men's Pan-Hel- lenic Council 5g German Club 4, Business Club 4. "Ted" has been a leader in the Boiler Makers College for five long years. ln addition to getting an average of UB" for the five years he has been in school, he attends all the dances and finds much time to devote to his interests in the Art College. Ferris Cthat is his first name, altho he has been very successful in con- cealing itj will some day probably be a great engineer. HELEN HANSON, i'I-IELENH AKRON, OHIO BS. Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, Z, 3, 4. l-lelen has won more bridge prizes than six Ordinary players. She has about enough to furnish a house by this time. She is a wonderful cook too-just ask any one that has sampled some of her con- coctions. Such attributes should cer- tainly stand her in good stead when she leaves school. N 5585 Xiw NXNX 1925 A BERTHA HEISS, HBERTHAU HARRIET HIPKINS, "HARRIET" AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education It must take an awful lot of one's time to teach and be taught too, yet Bertha is never too busy to help one over a particularly hard spot. She has been teaching at Lane School and if you really want to know how they like her-just ask them-and they will tell you more and better things than we have done. OOO LOIS J. HAYES, "Lois" AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education AI' III'M,KAIIg French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Study Club 2, 3. Lois has as yet failed to grow up and the chances are that she never will. She talks, ye gods, how she can talk, but it isn't the nonsensical kind. She is witty too for she has a very good memory. She has another affliction too, poor girl. Shes a prof's daughter and she even has to take all the courses he teaches in order to graduate and follow in his illustrious footsteps. AKRON, OHIO BE. Education KAH. Although Harriet has been teaching school and a Teachers College student she is nevertheless a loyal Akron U student in every way. A Buchtelite reporter could always depend upon her thinking up a story. She never failed to help a student straighten out his courses in the Teachers College. WALTER HENRY HAYDEN, "WALT" AKRON, OHIO BAS. Commerce and Administration IIFMQ Commons Club. Whoever said "Silence is golden" had "Walt" in mind. At least he proves that a quiet, gentle demeanor earns and received many "As" Only Professor Olin's test of what ideas are associated with a particular word revealed that Hayden was thoroughly familiar with all the mechanical parts of an automobile. However, he only sells the parts. Hayden's string of unbroken "As" eamed a place for him in Theta Phi, honorary scholastic fraternity. Yes, you guessed it-he spends his time reading sociology and economic books for recrea- tion. ,fx . I 'XX .-1 . 4, , O,-t..x-. W.,-.. -,,.. ' ,' L 472 ' . Wiiidtiiiiiiififhliiyys, -any, ,ww .Bti ' - ,.,--, -span-gt fi.,'3d i +o .LW I i i Q 1 4 . 1 5 I n 4 ...i r 1 J, u F 1 l i Y 1 I i V. I 1 A l 1 ...ll ll-FI i """' EH C' gi Z , mmu lll:l EE ii..!'f in 5 ,E V. Eh 2'-rw bfi 31? Eh E1 T 2 1 if' fs Hr! ijw I .,. I5-l 'iii itll " lr -ij 1 ,ll l' it if 155 ig lg-E C ii ltg' 'gh il 'li tml 5 E JOHN EDWARD HUTCI-HNSON MORRIS KALMON, 'AKALMONH jig. 'HUTCHU A o Bs. B' 1 'iw Hi' AKRON, OHIO B.S. Commerce and QKP KRON, H10 lo ogy Administration ' I . ' LC . . . i"' ' ZBNQ French Club l,' Spanish Club 25 Bryce MCVVIS Cfime to 5011901 with the PQUP059 l HQ Club 3, Football 3, ozee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Of. leamme Something foremost m. his if mind and he has succeeded. In addition X EFI "Hutch" is a quaint, plodding fellow- to his book learning we are sure Kalmon ly am seldom talking but when he does speak has learned many things that weren't lVf'i"1 EFI he has something to say that is worth printed in any of his texts. We admire .ff 5:1 hearing. He has been with us for four his ability to stick to a thing until it is 'QI 1 years and we are certainly going to miss finished. ily eff! 1 him when he leaves. My Ljjl 'IE EE EVELYN -IOSEPI-IINE I-IOSS, ..EVELYN" O O O ' AKRON, OHIO AB. Sociology and lg :jj EF Philosophy l N: 1IvKAg IIFMQ Glee Club 2, 3,' Biology Club 2g U U ali 5:1 Dramatic Club 4,' Psychology Club 35 Treasurer EDNA JONES, EDNA it V. bc, . 45 Bryce Club 4. AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education Qfjrg 1 Evelyn came to us in her sophomore year Isn't it a pleasure-when you meet a girl Eli-l1 from Wooster College. Wooster's loss is with great big innocent eyes, like a charm- EE our gain. We can just imagine some poor, ing little girl-to discover, shortly that ffl l needy family pouring their troubles into behind that charm lie personality and !5 Q ljlfx Evelyn's sympathetic ears, knowing they ability? The evidence is Edna's expe- 1 could depend upon her to bring about a rience as a sec re ta ry in ou r own l1,jffA EF' happy solution of the problem. Her Y.W.C.A. where those qualities are so l I favorite pastimes are hiking and pulling essential. just see if talking to Edna lilly EE A's. To get a mere B is absolutely tragic. isn't a real pleasure. ' EE li-ei? QE.-w..s .... c..tatcm.,,taWEtMtaaMKWW. ..... eMmstWwttmWWMM,g .i 155555355iiiiiiiiimiiigiiiiiiiifQ 41 mi ss A Q fl W y. s'.,,w jf. .5 4 . Wilma: Riel' - 'R-2 ' ' as K2 4 P ffs Q 42 f ly bib? Q false 9 ii 95' f , 5 as if f 2... 5 Z 1Q2 5 ADIB KARAM AKRON, GHIO BS. Biology 4123 President -15 R.L.S. Quill Club 3, 4: Treasurer 3, -lj Biology Club 1, 2, 3, -15 French Club l, Zg Cliernisiry Club 3,' Owls Club 4. UA good mixer-always ready to help- gives a hearty greeting to everyone on the campus"-are a few of the phrases that have been aptly applied to Adib. With his kindly temperament and knowl- edge, liaram will do well in the medical profession. He claims his hobby is ob- serving peoplea-Ah! girls perhaps. ROSE KRALTS. i'RosE" AKRON, OHio B.E. Education Vwlhether it's a matter of telling what the assignment is when an irate prof has asked you a question, or looking up one of her old books for you, Rose is equally prompt and willing to do it. She could get away with almost anything by smil- ing at her victim afterward but to our knowledge she's never tried it. O O O O O O BERTSYL O. KEELER, "BERT" 'l.,YNCHBURG, OHIO AB Poliiical Science EBNQQAEQ French Club Ig Biology Club lg DQRQTHY IQLINE, HDQTTYH Republican Club 2' CIRCLEVILLE, OHio BE. Education "Bert" was a student at Ohio State when he became possessed with a longing to try Akron U. l-le has certainly sailed a straight course through his studies and had time to burn. He has proven to be many a canine's and felines Nemesis for he is right at home in the Biology Lab and likes to experiment. 42 AFQ Pierian Sororilyj W"omen's League Z,' Bryce Club 2, 3,' Dramatic Study Club 1. Dorothy is probably one of the most willing workers in school. All the tough jobs are assigned to herflike selling Tel-Buehs. "Dotty" is going to be a school "marm" after she graduates. 1 2 95 STATES DUNALD IVICCGY USTATESH "MAC" AKRON, OHIO BS. Biology CD21 Commons Clubg Chemistry Club 45 Biology Club 3, 45 President 4,' Cerman Club 3, 4, Physics Club 4, Student Y.M,C.A. 45 Republican Club. This terse Scotchman is red headed, but fortunately for his disposition, he doesnt know it, being somewhat color blind. As a member of Phi Sigma and president of the Biology Club, his presence is particularly welcomed by a cross word puzzler as he is always able to tell what a lamprey is in three letters. lVlcCoy finds recreation in the wholesome sports of swimming, camping and traveling. His passion for camping even led him to Camp Knox, Ky. MERWIN BARNETT LILLIEDALE i'L11.Y" AkRoN, Onto AB. History Commons Club, Buchtelite Editorial Board 4,' French Club 3, 4,' Literature Club 3,' Psychology Club 3. There is no cadet officer whose uniform is as becoming as Merwin's. Standing at the head of the rank of cadets, he is very necessary to a dress parade. He has a great affinity for Camp Knox and is proud of his extensive traveling experience. "Lily" is one of the regular occupants of the Buchtelite office. CLADYS ELIZABETH LEONHARD "HAPPY" AKRON, OHIO AB. Latin and Greek KAEQ Spanish Club Z, 3, 45 Dramatic Study Club 2. Gladys didnt get her nickname without some reason for its selectiong we wonder too why she likes to travel to Pittsburgh --but we suppose theres a reason. We are sorry "Happy" is leaving us for her jolly good fellowship and sincerity of purpose have left a permanent impression upon us. WALTER KROTZER, "CUFF" DUNMORE, PA. AB. Philosophy and Sociology qDAe1ofC1wStfa1, 2, 3, 4, cite cttti 1, 2, 3, 4: Tel-Buch Staff 3,' Buchtelite Staj 3,' Tree Day Speaker 3,' Biology Club, Senior Prom Com- mittee. Cuff is musically inclined and we all agree he plucks a mean banjo. "Cuff" left us for a year to take a trip with the Rad- cliffe Chatauqua but he decided he had better finish his education at old Akron before it was too late. We are sure that "Cuff" and his ready wit will win him a place in the world. f ,KX -1, t I K - y.-........,.... .. .--.....--..........L-.....l...-.............. ...........-............-.....,......... f ' ff il I ., V ,.,-i I-, - , ,L 'fmigi , YQ Q V, 'fjiQY7f"'i " EL.. Q' :tfi..2 " i"iii",1'rT-".l I rf "i :fri-. f ff-aizirv 23-1 3-1 :ri !1Z3'i ,Zo Eh .3251 hh f?"1lLisi.',i itil :ln I Wfii ' ggasiggg '"""""'"""""""""'"""W""eW"""""'v""""'ei i ,F ii it 'tj Sig: I- li I . ,, ,,,, a A Q55 i i. aftaia iitn,nom,o,,i W 'frffmaew mxfsfw Zx' Sw vf'1 J ' 5:51 eb? lea I I I I. l I "l- i I I 'IIN 7'.-E ii i '- I- iii il 'I 1'-H Qi ,ti if: I IEFSQI I G' 1' JLLF I' -1.1 4' . lf i V' ' A ilzrifi Q i, ' FW KENNETH MASON, "WEEDs'i I 1 JAMES WILLIAM MATZ, "j1MM1E" AKRON, OHIO AB. Political Science AKRoN, Qnio A-B. Polilical Science IIKEQOAKQ F h F tbll C t' 5 ,'E Class P,-esidenlrelsl ,Z-agludez? Cfgunsiliti Bryce ,Club 3,' Inter-Class Track 25 Student Football 2, 3, 4,- Captain 4g All-Ohio Council 4- 3 Center 3, 4,' Board of Control 4,' Interfraternity --Jimmie-. is the fellow the oem ---I-me iI:l:i'i Council 4" Basketball 3' 4' worth is in being not segmingn was Besides being an athlete of exceptional Written about. QuietyunaSSuming,neVer- ls- if ability and 3CC0n'1PliSnfnent, "Weeds" is theless he has been well liked by every better tnen an average Student- He nee one as witness his election to the student ll 3 likable Pefsenalityi nas 3 gift fer council. Ullimmien is quite a tennis leadership, and has been one of the most player and his sole ambition is to rival llr-!ll popular men on the campustduringh his Tilden. ln, St-HY Wlfh US-U N0 doubt he Wlll Continue I-le hasn't decidedjust what line of work illlqfl his accomplishments after leaving us. he is going to honor by his presence but l..i ii Anfon Un1Vef51tY l0SeS 3 men-'tne World we are sure his determination will bring gains One- him success in any of them. ' LEVI A. MAC DONALD, "MAC" ATHOL, MASS. M.A.g C.E. Civil o o o lla-Elf Engineering l Board of Control 4, 5,' Glee Club 3, 4, 5,' Physics Club 4- REGINA MCSHAFFREY, "REGINA" l Y' ll .tM3C.' CSITIC to the UnlVCfSlty fI'OI'Tl AKRON, GHIO Home Economics home in Athol, Mass., and enrolled in the engineering college. I-Ie has been an Regina is extremely quiet until one knows li lv ardent supporter of all dances and social her but then she s heaps of fun. Not the affairs on the campus. least valuable of her many assets is her If Levi, besides swinging a wicked foot, winning smile which is the first thing that glllq il also swings a wicked bat on the baseball attracts one. Regina has a marked talent 152, field. Although he devotes a lot of time in music and is always obliging with her il to R.O.T.C., it is reported that someone accompaniments. lgfiql saw him studying in the library one day. Regina is the type of girl that can be it Q ll In spite of the fact that his name is inschoolfouryears and whenshe graduates Levi, he is a popular man on the campus everyone thinks she has been here only a J ji and has taken part in many activities. year or two. tg ll lgljlil I ilfii I I . . M717'.:"i''ff?f?'7'tT'ffiftff-f'iii'f"l7fTIffi?'fflTfilffffilffffilwfaefftffIfiifff-J Kgs gi t, ..., f 44 X ,K 1 s, C . l i I X. .,.. ,I lxtivflesf Y :fi-'lil-F-Y-'1 5:1 ff: '," lf?.EYE-1il'5f1?5iE?Eji:iEfL2.I:- r-Tff?,-2551 i If ' 'lil J -------4----N --fe-- H-'V-V-A fl51 fQ.':1:.LffI.,'11i,.'1l'fI..il3..i95i-i5.f3,.l2.fill1.Cti2V'EiQl:1ii-iffifq ' :iii I wbfiafaif 5 ' , as i EE l I 5C1EFI5'5iEFi':Fi 55553555 EF l ll ,I ,. i fgllfl il 5 iii lib . EE tilzfi with l I l ,5 ,Rift 955 gift if' , i V5 IFE gibl-:I Qllfi fi'g,l3-Q Il Isa .. I I .IH-3 Hi 5 I 2 HAROLD S. MONG, "MoNoIE" BARBERTON, OHIO AB. History Physics Club 3,' German Club 3,' Psychology Club 3,' Student Assistant Librarian Z, 3 Mong is not from Hong-kong, even if his name sounds like it. 'iMongie" worked two and a half years in the library and yet won an AB. in three years, missing Phi Sigma Alpha by only a fraction. Not satisfied with that however, he will re- ceive a Master of Arts in Education degree in june after a half year more of study. We expect Mong to follow in the footsteps of his father, by entering the financial field of banking. Mong will make an ideal husband-he is afraid of women. JOHN MEARIG, "J oHN" AKRON, OHIO BE. Education KAII. Although Mearig has had little time to spend in college activities he is interested in them. He is the first president of the newly installed National Teachers Hon- orary Fraternity. This proves that he is well liked by his associates for his con- geniality. NELLIE MILLER, UNELLH LlNIONTOWN, OHIO AB. Latin Spanish Club 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3. Nellie's favorite sport is chasing a basket- ball over the floor with five frantic maids trying to get it from her. Nellie hails from the village of Uniontown but it doesn't affect her in the least. lt must be a pretty good place though, if Nellie is a sample of its population. PHILIP SOLOMON MILLER, "PHIL" AKRON, OHIO B.S. Commerce and Administration AXA1 Informal Dance Committee 3,' Class Treasurer Z,' Student Council I, Z, 3. Here we have the original "roads" scholar. He knows them allg dirt, brick, and macadam. He ought to know them for he has driven a Ford for ages. "Phil" is a carefree fellow, seemingly with but one ambition. to attend every social function. He usually has a different good looking freshman girl to every one. "Phil" had to see that the school was run properly so we find him in the student council for three years. ll. 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Mechanical Engineer Akron Student Chapter A.S.M.E. -1. 5,' Secre- tary 4. lf you can't see Dwight you will probably be able to hear him. 'ARed" is one of the wonders of the boilermakers college. lf he is not studying he is playing the Xylophones or drums, for a dance some- where. As soon as he graduates he is going into the airship business. Dwight claims that he has some new ideas on the building of the ships. OOO RUTH NEISWANGER, AIRLITHQ' AkRoN, OHIO BE. Education Ruth has been teaching school but she is just getting her degree. The old con- ception of the old maid school teacher certainly doesn't fit Ruth. Vile can only regret that there weren't more teachers like her when we went to school for it is a privilege and a pleasure to have any one so nice as Ruth for our instructor, FRED IVIOSKOVITZ, UFREDDIEH AKRON, OHIO AB. Political Science CIDKPQ Orchestra I, 2, 3,' Physics Club lj Dramatic Club 3, 45 German Club Z,' Bryce Club 2, 3: President of Laughing Mask. "Fred lvloskovitz, Promoter" will be engraved on "Freddie's" business card ten years from now. While in college he has been a keen organizerg a fraternity and musical club are the monuments to his untiring efforts. His violin has not been heard in the orchestra of late but he used to be Professor Delceones right hand man. O O O MARETA H. NEWBAUER, "MARErA" AkRoN, OHIO BE. Education QIDKAZ Glee Club I, 2,' Biology Club I. Do you like to go to school? We know you would if you could have conscientious lvlareta to make that old story in your reader interesting. With her teaching she has little time for men. Did we say "men"? We meant "a man." Sh-h-h! Don't breathe it to a soul. 3' 12 ,B ' Q bwsw, rif e? 1 2 95 DENNISON PALMQLIIST, "DENNY" AKRON. QHIO AB. Political Science and Economics IIKEQ Dance Committeeg President Bryce Club Zg Business Manager Tel-Buch, Buclitelite Business Manager,' Membtfr of OAK Honorary Activity Fraternity. Although "Denny" hasn't a very long list of school activities, the jobs he has had have been big ones. And to top it all off he has worked at the Miller, second shift, while handling two of the biggest jobs in school. His ability as a business manager is a by-word at Akron Univer- sity. WINIFRED MARY PAUL, 'AWIN" AKRON, OH1o AB. Latin "Win" loves Latin as most girls love candy. She plans to teach Latin to High School kids before she is twenty. Handi- capped by coming to college at the age of fifteen, "Win" has been growing up dur- ing her college life. Vxlinifred is a happy, lovable person to her intimatesp shes witty too and can discuss most anything intelligently. HELEN ESTHER NIEIVIAN, "HELEN" AKRON, OHIO AB. Modern Languages QCA Helen astonished the campus by appear- ing, last fall, with her hair bobbed but she dodged the responsibility for it by blaming it on the influence of her younger sister. Besides making a high record in scholarship, she finds time for danc- ing and attending all athletic contests. O O O EARL CHESTER PFEIFLE, UPIEU AKRON, QHIO B.S. Commerce and Administration AXA1 Baseball Z, 3, 4, Captain 45 Football Z, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3g Business Club 35 German Club I. Quiet and unassuming, "Pie" dodges publicity whenever he can. It would be impossible to find a more democratic and loyal student in the University for "Pie" has given his best efforts to his Alma Mater. Although he has given consider- able time to athletics, he has maintained a good scholastic record. .-.. . .. 1 si, i. '.., f-1 u , r 1'-f f-. lf I . . Ei 1 3 :Jr 'lil ij' :Lf ' .J Tlfew 4.1 1 L-E ll! 1-1 lj' if? .fl all iw S ,P lg-1 itf E-J - ,ll-4 1 -J LE ll like L, A l rc GAHNELLE RANDALL, HGAHNELLEH NOLA PFEIFLE, UNOLAH flag AKRON, CHIO BS. Home Economics AKRON, OHIO AB, ghsflo-FOFIW i an . octo ogy 33 Eahnclle 15 q1P1'lil3gnid?U?UEbP15 OIWEUQY- KKFQ Pierianj Spanish Club 2, 3,' Student llof ow accomp is e s e is. esi es eing C '13,-R 51- Cl b 3, 4. to able to drive a Ford and a Packard, she Gunn epu man u manages very easily to take charge of a Nola has certainly served on her share of home and a husband. committees and offices, to say nothing of gllf honorary societies. But best of all, she has proven herself an all 'round good sport. 2, tr O O O I JOHN PUROY, '-PURDYH AKRON, OHIO BS. Mathematics tl-2 l EUNICE REED, "EUNICEH We should all stand up and take our hats 1 AKRON, OHIO BE. Education off to Purdy for any man that can stick if! to a thing with all the obstacles in his PM Eunicos very name bespeaks her self way, like Purdy has done with educa- if confidence and her active, progressive, tion, certainly deserves recognition. He fi Originality. l-lers is one of those remark- is deaf and must work all day so he gets 154' able personalities that gets things done, all his llessons at home and does not l--J lt lots of things and big things, without the attend class. I-le has taken all the tough ll expenditure of her own energy. She is courses in .school and afterlnine years of ff' on her way to being a school teacher and endeavor is graduating with a BS. in il: l a gOOd one too. math. IME! 14' 1 f f , f fflfm'ffff'lf'ffWW'i:'TiTfffl'lffl.ff'Muffflfl'i-fhffff7Ai.7f ..i . ..-c- ,..,. .. ..., i -.., .Ml ,-. -,... ..-L -.,.: . ..,i - ,.,! l ..- l i f ,lESSIE ANNA RHODES, "JESS" RNS il N X . i X is l 192 5 SPRINGFIELD CENTER, OHIO B.S. Home Economics Home Economics Club -I,' Biology Club 3,' Republican Club 3,' Basketball 3, 4. As the star of the non-sorority basketball team, jessie wins the laurels. She hails from Springfield Center and her favorite pastime is walking to Canton. She is a good student and well liked in the Home Ec. school. CHARLES RHODENBAUCH. uCHICK" AKRON, OHIO AB. Political Science French Club I,' Track Z5 Debate Team 2, 3, 4. lf you ever have any arguments to be settled just hand them over to "Chick" for he is a demon in the oratorical line. Debating is his vocation and avocation, he is always ready to argue with any- one at any time and on any subject. "Chick" is a good soldier too, even if his boyish ambition was to be a sailor. MILDRED H. ROBERTS, HlVlILLYH SELMA BARBER REICHENSTEIN "SALLY" AKRON, OHIO AB. Latin AKRON, QHIO A.B. Philosophy and Sociology IIFMQ QDEAJ French Club l, Z, 3, -I,' Dramatic Study Club 3, -if Clee Club 3, 4, Basketball I, Z. Glee Club I,' French Club 3, -1: Republican Club 4, Pan-Hellenic Representalizfe 4. Although Selma seems quite frivolous you would be surprised to sec the type of literature she reads and to hear her dis- course on educational problems. She is a good companion on any occasion. Selma is from Virginia and the "you-all" still clings. 49 lVlildred's smiles are not at all what one would expect from lylrs. lVIaple's assist- ant in the Teachers College Office, but they are not misleading. As a freshman she played basketball, but that was before she assumed the dignity of a student assistantship. She combines scholastic ability with unfailing good nature. and the result is attractive NBQQQMYAQNXREBEQSSQX' MP. 2 ..f,,. rn. Y . R , 1925 EUGENE j. SALBER, AlGENEll ELIZABETH STEIN, 'BETTY' AKRON, OHIO C.E. Civil Engineering AKRON, 01-IIO B.E. Education EBNQ ET, Physics Club 4, 5, Chemistry 5, After attending Columbia, Ohio U, Kent A-SCE. Eugene is a quiet, unassuming sort of person. He is well liked by all engineers and it is reported that he rates well with the co-eds. He may be seen at all in- formals. He has a ready smile for every- one. Eugene has amused many a young lady by his splendid "line" Conse- quently, to him goes the title+Champion Fusser of the Engineers. CELIA SAPP, "Crate" AKRON, OHIO AB. History As the Registrars assistant, Celia knows all about our cuts, Es, and other things that our fond parents discover at the end of every semester. She even knows which professors are late in handing in grade reports, and occasionally she has the priceless privilege of speaking to them about it! She's willing to do things for you and very pleasant about it too. Normal, and Cleveland School of Edu- cation, then teaching and managing a home, we find Mrs. Stein getting a degree in education. Any one that has the ambition to do all this certainly is worthy of the highest commendation. OOO RUTH SCHERBARTH, "RUTH" AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education After teaching several years, Ruth re- turned to complete her work for a degree. She has all kinds of plans for the future and we sincerely hope they materialize. She plans to go to California, and after seeing America first, she expects to take in the continent. Bon voyage, Ruth! 3 S K I QZTZQCQZQ f41PZ5?M'Z?ZfW?Q3W 5EW'f32H?Zl?4?QZ4z5? if Wyiazftlsew 1925 LULA SMITH, "LULA" AKRON, OHIO A.B. English Literature Lula captivates everyone with her southern drawl. She is a hard worker in school and out and has done student assistant work in both the English de- partment and in the department of Romance languages. Lula is cleverly humorous but her wit lacks the barb which so many seem to think is necessary. LEONA SMITH, HLEONAN AKRON, OHIO BE. Education AFAQ Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2,' Biology Club I, 2,' Psychology Club Z, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Senior Representative IVO- men' s League 45 Pierian. Always pleasant with a smile for every- one, Leona has won a place in the hearts of Akron U students. Her career at Akron might read: Through four short years, Leona has arisen from the chorus of the freshman class to the main attrac- tion in "DeLeone's Afternoon Frollicksf' Holding offices in various campus organ- izations is her pastime. "Music has power to sooth"-Look out, "Mac!" AMELIA KATHRYN SMITH, HAMELIAH CLINTON, OHIO A.B. Sociology and Philosophy KKFQ Spanish Club I, Z5 Literature Club Z5 Republican Club 3, 4. If you don't know her, you think she does nothing but play. If you do know her, you know, too, that Amelia can put across anything and doesnt waste so much time after all. LUELLA S. SCHMIDT, 'ALUELLAH AKRON, OHIO A.B. English Literature IIDKAL Biology Club 2,' Literature Club 2, 3, 45 Psychology 45 Clee Club 1, 25 Secretary 35 Dramatic Study l, Z, 3, 4. If you have ever attended any of the Dramatic Study productions you will realize we speak true words when we say that Luella is able to cast herself en- thusiastically into any role, especially that calling for a highly dignified personage of the elite. Besides taking part in dram- atics, "Lu" loves to walk over the pipe organ keys. She hasn't told us what she means to do in the future, but some day we may gaze upon a familiar face across the footlights in a famous New York theatre. RSS 1 2 95 ERNEST JAMES SNYDER, 'AERNIE'l RADNA L. STAVER, .'RADNA" AKRON, OHIO BS. Biology BNQIIDEQ French Clubl 1, 2: Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3. Snyder has done his share of mutilation in the Biology Lab for he likes to find out just what makes the wheels go round. But he has other interests beside the biology course for we found him doing his best on the football field with the spirit of a true and loyal student, BRYON STILLWELL, "BY" AKRON, OHIO BS. Commerce and Administration XOTL Business Club 2, 3, 4: Psychology Club 3, -lj French Club 25 Bryce Club 2, 3. "By" has a spontaneous laugh, lots of school spirit, and just enough aggres- siveness to produce the proper effect. He is a likable chap, withal, not too studious, yet always getting byg not a lounge lizard, yet quite at home in a dress suit. We thought bridge was his strong point but we have changed our mind to some- thing or rather someone else. AKRON, OHIO B.E. Education Were glad that Wooster didn't claim Radna for more than one year for her charming friendliness has been such a welcome addition to our campus. You can always depend upon Radna for meetings or rehearsals-in fact, we rather believe, since she is always someones bridesmaid, that Radna believes firmly in rehearsals. But Radna is going to teach for a little while and the youngsters will hear all the stories that she has accumulated so diligently. CLAIR EVERETT STILWELL, "TUFFY" AKRON, OHIO A.B. Political Science XOTQ French Club Z, 3, 4, Band 3, 45 Psy- chology Club 4. Meet our friend "Tuffy" He should, in accordance with his name, instill terror into the hearts of all but one look at his twinkling eyes dispells all the terror. Theres one time when it's well to give him room and that is when he is a little late out Congress Lake way and is trying to make up time by burning up the road in the venerable Packard. eswlsmu are 1 1Q2 5 . CARL STUMP, HSTUMPH AKRON, OHIO AB. Political Science AXA, Lance and Helmet, EIIEQ Football I, 2, 3, 4. Gold Football, Basketball, 2, 3, 4,' Gold Basketball, Track Z, 3, 4,' Captain 3,' Gold Track emblem. Carl feels perfectly at home doing hand stands on the parallel bars in front of a huge crowd at the Goodyear gym. I-lis most remarkable feat, however, is the wonderful track record which he has made during his college career. l-le scored enough points in his first year out to captain the team during his junior year. Carl is a good singer and better still he is a good fellow. KATHRYN TEEPLE, ul4AY TEE" AKRON, OHIO B.S. Home Economics AFAQ Home Economics Club I, Z, 3, 41 Biology Club Z, 3, 4,' Phi Sigma. HK. T." after changing her major several times has finally decided to graduate from Curtis School. She surely can cook and always wears the latest Paris styles- she even wears them before Miss Stimmel gets the latest. I-ler aspirations lean toward the position of bacteriologist but as a feminine engineer, she's perfect. O O O RALPH M. VAN BRIMMER, UVANH , AKRON, GHIO CE. Civil Engineering H ,, Commons Club 3, 4, 55 Owls Club 4, 5. HOMER ZELLE ,I-HORN' SHORTY D AKRON, OHIO BS. Chemistry "Van" has been with us for five long years. I-Ie is a quiet person and has a tendency to consume large quantities of books. Ralph has passed the smokes around twice since he has been in school. I-Iis favorite hobby is to tell someone about "Little William." Van is going to be a great railroad engineer. l-le says his ambition is to become president of the Baltimore 82 Ohio Railroad. We are sorry to lose "Van," and wish him good luck in life. 53 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 4. His name is Thorn and when it comes to chemical problems he is as sharp as his name. Homer is not only a real student but he likes to do other things beside study-play baseball and basketball and have a good time in general, The way he assimilates French is a caution. Some day Thorn is going to be one of our fore- most chemists. A s 'SS'Q. 1 2 95 ALBERTA WALTZ, HAI." AKRON, OHIO BE. Education Alberta came to us from Wittenberg which just goes to prove that the best ones always come back to Akron U. She immediately took hold and soon we looked around and found her accomplish- ing great things. Tell us this, Why do such nice girls deliberately try to make themselves into old maid school teachers? We'll bet she never succeeds with the old maid part. OOO PEARL VANICA, KIVANT' AKRON, OHIO Manufacturing and Production IIKAQ Owls Clubj Football 3, 4. Pearl possesses a stern manly voice-but you wouldn't think it so when you hear his name. He plays football too and as a debater, he simply can't be beaten. He is Professor lVlcDermott's star student and a wizard at business finance. lf you have any financial troubles just take them to "Van" and he'll hx you up. He will probably be a member of the New York Stock Exchange some day. NEWPORT HUGHES WALKER, "DOC" SPRINGFIELD, OHIO AB. English A205 ETQ EIIEQ Tel-Buch Sport Editor' 3,' Buchtelite Z, 3, Spanish Club 3, Rifle Team 2. Vxfalker is his name and it fits too, for Docs idea of a good time is a hike out through the woods with a volume of Conrad, Grey, or Kipling stuck in his pocket. Normally a quiet chap, "Doc" could talk a Borneo savage into buying a Tuxedo or a fur coat if he thought the savage ought to have it. But his real ambition is to have dates with more different girls in one school year than any other man on the campus. This year his record stands at twenty-eight. RUTH GERTRUDE WALTZ, TRUTH" AKRON, OHIO A.B. History Pierian: Student Council 4,' W'omen's League Vice-President 4, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,' Physics Club 3, 4, Rifie Team 3, 4. Cvenuineness and dependability - can higher praise be given except Ruth passed the physics course successfully? The Womens League Council is going to be lost without Ruth. First as secretary and this year as Vice-President, Ruth and responsibility have seemed to belong to- gether. The ice-cream and cards always came on time when Ruth had charge of them. 1925 ALTON R. WELLS, MAL" AKRON, OI-IIO A.B. Latin and Creek EBNQ EIIEQ Bryce Club 2, 3,' Biology Club Z. 3, 4,4 Class Basketball 4, Men's Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 45 Band Z, 3,' Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. "Al" is the fellow Webster had in mind when he defined versatile, He shows greatest prowess, perhaps, in Greek, and he would certainly be able to make a restaurant a paying proposition. The army will miss its commander when Wells leaves for he has been a good one. We are sure the world has been waiting for him to graduate and help settle some of its problems. ROSS ELLSWORTH WILSON, "Swede" AKRON, OHIO E.E. Electrical Engineering A203 ET, Engineering Board of Control- Secretary, Treasurer 6,' Tel-Buch Engineering Editor 3, 45 Men's Pan-Hellenic Council. Most of us think that four years in college is a long, long time, but Ross's course called for six. Nevertheless we have never heard him complain. Ralph has been a real worker among the engineers. He has finally graduated from Walther's famous course and is now ready to take charge of the signal department of the Baltimore 82 Ohio Railroad. We are proud of Ross and hope that his pep and enthusiasm will not diminish. His ambition in life is to be an engineer on an electric locomotive. THEODORE WILLIAMS, "Ted" AKRON, OHIO A.B. Political Science KEX1 Baseball 3, 45 French Club 25 Buchtelile 'iTed" can always be recognized on the campus by his long black pompadour. He is what you would term a good fellow. This signifies that he is very liberal with money and is always ready for a lark. Among his fraternity fellows he is known as "Sheik" As an athlete he majors in baseball where he shines at short stop. Intramural basketball has also served to call "Ted" to the ranks. O O O RUTH WARNE WHITE, "Wi-iiriE" CAMBRIDGE, OHIO AB. History A great big heart and a great big smile. Even when Ruth is worrying over some- thing, you can't resist smiling for she is as enthusiastic in this as in everything else. Sometimes we wonder how she can go to school with all its trials and troubles, and never allow all these petty trivialities ruffle her unfailing good nature. We only hope that the burdens of life will have as little effect. I .. as-..k..-N X .V ,,. - 1, . ff .5,,i!. SP4-. win 7 ,.lHvn.., IR . , . ff . I m e .. S g , ' .1 A541 'G 2 nee . - . I ' as if ff f if R i s - Q .-f-ffm wr s-some X , . .. 2 ,t 7 37 ,X Qi as i 5' Y I f 4 4 Y 4 1 I in . 1925 HAZEN G. KNIFFIN, UIQNIFFU STRYKER, OHIO AB. Political Science and Economics CEJNA9, OAK: Football I, Z, 3, 4,' Basketball 1, Z,3,4,' Gold Footballg GoldBasketball,' Dramatic Study lub 1, 2, 3, 4. Hazen hails from the Metropolis of Stryker, and he sure is proud of it. We don't care where 'AKniff" came from but he certainly did leave a wonderful impression of friendliness and jolly good-fellowship with all of us. His hearty laugh was the center Of attraction in every class room and his fairness and good sportsmanship made him many friends. We understand he is already on the road to success, selling real estate. REBECCA WILSON, HBECKYH AKRON, OHIO AB. English AF, Dramatic Study Club 2, 3,' Literature Club 2, 3,' Biology Club 2,' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. The campus will be lost without "Becky" for we believe every one knows her. She decided to quit several times but some how the old school simply couldnt get along without her for she has been accompanist for the musical organiza- tions several years. We understand she has a M.D. Cmatrimony degreej waiting for her when she graduates. LAURA WILLIAMS, "LAURA" AKRON, GHIO B,E. Education French Club 45 Rifle Team 4, Women's League 1, Z, 3, 4. Miss Williams has taught school for awhile but she decided that she wanted to go to school and have a good time before she settled down to real work so we find her, studying hard, to be sure, but at the same time getting all the fun out of college that she possibly can. 56 RUTH PORTS, A.RUTHIE" AKRON, OHIO AB. English fIJMg Women's League Representative 25 Treas- urer junior Classg Secretary Senior Classy Biology Club, Spanish Club 2, 3. Ruth successfully served her class as its secretary and she is still interested in secretarial work. The famous combi- nation of Ruth and Hazen is something to be envied and at the same time ad- mired. We wish Ruth a very happy future. ELIZABETH ZERBE, UZIPU AKRON, OHIO BS. Home Economics Home Economics Club I, 2, 3, 4,' Bryce Club 4,' Republican Club. "Zip" has zipped through the hardest courses in Home Economics with plenty of spare time to teach in the high schools. But, with all this, one could always find her in Miss Stinson's office sedately play- ing bridge. Her SAE pin is not merely an ornament. If 3 2 W fi, POST GRADS 2 XVV.. yt wyizf "lm www :,. X, Q. :,.,,J:g5g, 'Mw,?f wwwwww 9 I H 5- ., ,. gee tv ' if . ff X M .X mai " " 752515 S3 , 1 :Qu 1 .swfwwr ,,, ,,g. , X18 QCQWQ 4, Amr yhsiww .W , x w ail. 2 , - '- . L4 f A Q., W ' '1 - 1 3112 , vi . ,.. W... ,.. . ,, . J was ,Wg ,iggwm xx, Q A QW 6 ,sz , - ,. ' Nw Q +21 is ,pg 5, 4'pk.- f fig? V, ., ...cm .W we, Q3 - . g AMES devry f am. , , .2 .x 1 , 2 fn' 1 -1 f , Q .4 , ic , 5, ry fr-Q A , 4 ,. fi' fi 5 .V 1 7 '." 2 ,f ve es- - 1 wwlxgg I r 5 2 fr 32 H mow Q? A-'V , s Q4-,AI . if 1 we ' 9 . ALICE GRIFFIN TUCKER DOROTHY SYBIL KUENZLI XACIJQ AfIJF1 R. L. S. Quill Club XACIJg R. L. S. Quill Club A. B. English Literature, 192-1 A. B. English Literature, 192-1 M. A. 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FULTON, CHARLES EVERETT GARRIGAN, FRANCIS GREGG, CATHERINE ELIZABETH HALE, MARGARET HAMMOND, MERLE LEROY HEINZERLING, LYNN LOUIS HENDRIX, HUBERT HERMAN, EDWARD FOSTER KENNEDY, JAMES KNOSKE, VIRGINIA KOLLMAR, FRED T. KORN, MARJORIE ISABELLE LASHER, GEORGE F. LAUGHLIN, ELZIE G. LEVIN, EDWARD MCCOLLUM. WILFRED D. MCFARLAND, GEORGE MAX MARKEL, A. GERALD MERLETTI, LUIGI METZGER, C. HAROLD MIKOLASHEK, G. GREELEY MILLER, LAWRENCE NELSON, HAROLD C. QLDEN, MORRIS PARSONS, PERCY PLACE, FREDERICK ANDREW,JR. RATCLIFFE, GLADYS RAWSON, GEORGE E, ROSENBAUM, ARTHUR RUSSELL, CLARENCE WILLARD RUTHERFORD, ROBERT SCHWARTZ, CELIA HELEN SKEESE, FRANK HOOVER SLEVIN, HAROLD STURMI, FRANCIS STURMI, ROBERT E. TEMPLETON, CHARLES R. VAN HYNING, ROBERT C. VAN KIRK, BUDD WHITMORE. RUSSELL WIGI.EY, EDWARD JOHN WINDOWS, EARL WISEMAN, GEORGE S. ZESIGER, HERBERT B. ZUELSDORF, ELLWOOD M. Engineering Department AVERELL, MAX WILSON BACHTEL, ALFRED S. BALLINGER, VICTOR HERBERT BEST, WARNER EDWIN BIERMAN, PHILIP WILSON BIRNBAUMER, GEORGE ANTHONY BURGESS, THOMAS R. BURKHOLDER, GLENN E. CARTER, CORWIN H. 78 COLE, HAROLD CONNER, EDWIN KENNISTON CONNEY, JOHN M. DIETZ, FREDERICK C. DONOVAN, JOHN ROBERT DOW, STEWART ECKROAD, FRANK E. FAHR, WAYNE 0. FARRUGGIA, JOSEPH FLEMING, HARRY R. FOUSE, KENNETH EUGENE FRAZER, ROBERT LEE GILBERT, BEN GILBERT, HARRY GOLDWOOD, JOHN FRANKLIN HARGRAVES, WESLEY BARKER HEINKE, H. CARLETON HELMICK, LEONARD M. HERHOLD, HERMAN WILLIAM HILBISH, HAROLD EARL HILL, GERALD HODSON, CLINTON HUNSICKER, PAUL COWAN JEMISON, ANDREW KAHLOR, ERNEST M. KOPF, WILLARD E. KOTELES, LOUIS KOVAL, ANTHONY LINEBERGER, RALPH LISTER, NELSON E. LODGE, EDWARD ELLSWORTH MARRIOTT, LEONARD A. MEECH, RALPH EMMETT MILETTI, LOUIS FRED MYERS, W. MERLE NEALE, EDWARD ALVIN NEFF, LOUIS T. SERFASS, CHARLES RICHARD SINGER, MAURICE SISLER, HARLIN GLENROY SMITH, CHESTER ELLIOTT SMITH, THEODORE E. SMITH, WILLIAM JOSEPH SNYDER, PAUL J. STAPLES, HARRY GRAY STATUTA, JOSEPH M. SULOFF, PAUL DAVID SWAIN, HAROLD THOMAS-MOORE, ALFRED THURMAN, FLOYD M. TOMB, HAMILTON H. VINEZ, CARI. FERDINAND PAUL WALLET, WELKER CARL WHITE, RONALD ALVA WILLETT, ROBERT BRUCE WITHROW, WESLEY WAYNE ZAHNISER, RUSSELL M. ZIMMERMAN, H. ERVIN ZURBACH, ALFRED ALVIS 'ww . .- L.--mv "j-ifhfmff ' -X wr- ! :M-P ,P 4 1 H353 L -W ,, my F45 NL A gi? 9' mtg: X v-it ,W ga .fa.+..v'.- - -2 , WC' .,,AEHf?.:' 1 . 4- '- me 1 6 ee psf . S P o RTS ,,- : . 'al mf X L v. E- ,K 'J-. 7.4 v fi L Vvfff 12,- igll-H Xa. lil." 1: ' ,IL ,-4 sg s IW 44 -'V - -gmfzf. - - mf" . ,,.,, 5- -. -s , LMA 1 xi-, jjfx 11 nu f'3N I -ln 4- , 7 Jn. ...nf 'Har r- k .-.- If-.m" ll- X1 l' f f are unm- 6 Ev 'qui 11' 4 q --I Lax-I I -we mug I -I .mali SF! 'I-. -I r .x. wk' 'J'u-I .vr,.. Lx' E 'W' Q 1- FVDIF' - 'I 1 'ue 4 ! I. 'J lm-mul: "luv 1 Athletic Review 102445 The athletic year of 1924-25 will always be a notable one in the annals of the University of Akron for it was during this year that many long cherished hopes were realized, many changes made, and many improvements noted. Womens athletics were recognized by granting the women a place on the Athletic Board of Control. A new office of Director of Athletics was established and two new coaches added to the staff. Four different coaches instructed our athletes in as many sports. Probably the two most notable achievements of the year were the perfect record of the Blue and Cold track team, under Coach Sayger and the defeat of our traditional rival, Wooster, by Coach Coleman's foot- ball team. This victory will long be remembered by those who saw the contest as one of the most exciting and thrilling battles ever staged on a football Held. The basketball team finished sixth in the conference with eight wins and tive defeats while the baseball team had a disastrous season by losing all but two of its seven games playedg this was due to the poor con- dition of the diamond and the adverse weather con- ditions. 79 rt MK ,-ng:-an W 3 A ,-,.,., 1 1 I f I , . 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The last year he has had a leave of absence in order that he might attend Harvard University to take the special training that will make him even more valuable as director of athletics. judging by the success he had before he left, every one is eagerly awaiting his return to see the effect upon Akron Universitys ath- letics. 4 W li he has lined up for next year I-Ie is a stickler if 1 for fair play and is always willing to give the other fellow the benefit of the doubt There are no favorites on Coleman s team and a man must l 1 be on his toes at all times or he will be taken out as Coleman believes in making many substitu tions. 82 JAMES W CULEMAN Football, Basletball and Trac! Coach Although Coach Coleman with his slow southern drawl and the tall angular figure has been with us but a few months he has already made a name for himself Coleman has brought g with him from Georgetown Kentucky a system if V M i of coaching that is strictly his own As a man one of his best qualities is his aggressiveness .f which is proven by the strong football schedule LANVRENCE A. RICKER Baseball Coach and Cyrn Instructor Assistant Football and Basketball Coach Coach 'il.arry" came to us last fall bubbling over with pep and new ideas. Almost immediately things began to hum around Crouse gym. New equipment was purchased, the gym was renovated, and things began to perk up in general. Through his efforts a gym team that is a credit to the University has been organized and the gym classes are being put through a snappy program of muscle building exercises. l-le will be our baseball coach this year and he has helped Coach Coleman with the basketball and football squads. Besides his ability to do things, "Larry"hasasparkling personality thatjust makes a fellow work whether he wants to or not. There seems to be no limit to his possibilities. CARL STUMP ..... l if , .. . .... , SARAH DUNCKLEY Director of Wlomen's Athletics One cannot think of women's athletics at Akron University without thinking of Miss Dunckleyg for it is mainly through her persistent efforts that our womens athletics has reached its present high state of development. Miss Dunckleys dynamic personality is the secret of her success in teaching women to play. She not only teaches them but she shows them, by doing the things herself. Miss Dunckley has no nickname but we suggest "Little Giant." Freshman Football Coach In accordance with the new system adopted providing a freshman coach, Carl Stump, 24, was chosen as the first mentor for the yearlings. Carl took hold of the job like a veteran. To begin with, he had a squad of about twenty-five men. 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Akron .,.. Akron .... Akron A... Akron .... Akron .... Akron .... Total... September October October October October October November November November Iozlt Football Results .. o Hillsdale....... ...l8 . . 7 Wooster .......... . 6 . . . 2 Mount Union ....... . . . o . . . lo Baldwin Wallace .,.. . . . 0 . . 7 Ohio Wesleyan .... . . . l7 . . . 20 Ashland l....... . , . I4 . . . I-I Toledo ..,.... . . . 7 . . . . l7 Kenyon ...,. . . . 7 .. ...SQ Total ..... ...75 Iozg Football Schedule Zo Wittenberg- Springfield 3 Open ' ' IO Ohio Wesleyan Delaware l7 Case Akron 2-l Fordham Akron 31 Baldwin Wallace Akron 7 St. Xavier Cincinnati 14 Wooster Akron 2 l Kenyon Akron Athletic Board of Control JEAN SMITH, President TVTYRON VAN NOSTRAN, Vice-President TQENNETI-I MASON, .Secretary DEAN FRED E. .AYER, Faculty Member CHARLES CLIN, Faculty Member WVILLIAM TVIOORE, Faculty Member SARAH DUNCKLEY, Womens Representative lntra-Mural Board of Control OSCAR LIMBACH, President CHARLES JENKINS, Vice-President CoAcH COLEMAN, Faculty Member 88 1oz4 Varsity Team K. MASON .... ........ C aptain L. RICKER .... . . . .Asst Coach J. COLEMAN .... ............ C oach W. MOORE ...... .... F acuity Mgr. R. I-IAOENBAUGH ....... Student Mgr. RGBERT HAGENBAUCH Whatever it takes to be a good manager, Bobs got it. Whether it be tending to One of his lad's sprained toes or managing the team on trips, Bob was always efficient. Bob owns a subtle sense of humor which hc seemingly uses at the right time. l-le has never been known to lose an argu- ment, or at least he doesn't admit it, and so sure is he of the correctness of his viewpoint that he is usually willing to bet fabulous sums. KENNETH MASON ' To Kenneth Mason goes the honor that so many before him have sought in vain, and that is being captain of the team that beat Wooster. "Weeds" is well deserving of that honor. l-le has been our standby for the past three years. When the next season rolls around the Coach will have to look far for another man to fill the center job so ably as has "Weeds" "We just had to win the Wooster game," said "Weeds," "for it was my last chance to drag home those cowbells from Wooster." just how high 'iWeeds" stands in the respect of sport followers all over the state may be gathered from the fact that many writers chose him as center for their mythical All-Chio teams. JOSEPH SCl-lOCl-I joseph Schoch is to be our Captain next year. "Zep" is a fine example of what grit and perseverance may accomplish. Although one of the smallest men on the squad, "Zep," while playing quarter back, used his natural ability, plus brains and coolness, to steer the team through the most successful season in recent years. The students won't soon forget the cool methodical way "Zep" chose his plays at Woosterg nor the high spiral punts he got off at Wesleyan. We only hope that the responsibilities of the captaincy won't fall too heavy on "Zep" for among other things, his droll humor is one of his most pleasing characteristics. 89 HAYES JENKINS Hayes jenkins closed his collegiate football career in a blaze of glo-ryg his three years of dazzling, broken field running having been rewarded with his being picked unanimously as All-Ohio hall'-back. Although "Squirt" was handicapped by an old football injury, he threw caution aside and starred in every game he played. At NVooster he coolly received the pass from Center Mason, dropped the ball and kicked it over the cross bar for the point that gave us our long awaited victory. At Vyfesleyan "Squirt" enjoyed the thrill that comes to but few football players, when he ran those one hundred yards for a touchdown from the kickoff. Against Baldwin Wallace he unloosed a 46 yard dropkick that bounced off and over the crossbar, and so it goes. Next fall the fans will have to look elsewhere for a plunging, dropkieking, passing, squirming, tackling hero, for ujenksu was a combination of all of them. 1 OSCAR L I IVIBACI-l y - Oscar Limbach, our big 265 pound tackle, waited until his third year of varsity football to play the best games of his career. There wasn't a team played this year that could gain consis- tently through "Count's" tackle. Perhaps his greatest battle was at Wooster where despite the warm sun, "Count" was in nearly every play. Vxfhen spirits were low you could depend upon "Count" to come to the fore with his invigorating battle cry of "Come on gang. About the greatest misfortune that could befall an opposing player was to have "Count fall on him. ' EARL PFEIFLE Whenever Akron needed a yard or two to go, the quarterback had only to call on Earl Pfcifle and, almost like magic, the desired ground would be gained, But Pfeifle was no magician. he was just one of the hardest hitting plungers Akron has ever had. This, his third and last year, was no doubt his best. Not only could "Pie" hit the line but he was in almost every play on the defense. 90 RALPH BRCWN Although he was handicapped by injuries throughout the season Ralph Brown made this his third and best year. Opposing players have said that Brown was one of the hardest guards to get around in the conference. Brown always played his best, even on that hot sunny afternoon at Wooster, and long after he had been injured at Mt. Union. And to big Browns 240 pounds of bone and muscle, Akron owes many of the gains that the backs were able to rip off through opposing lines. bring on your giants. JEAN SMITH In his second year at fullback in varsity football, jean Smith did much to live up to the promise of his first year's work. jean was on the throwing end of most of those passes that beat Wooster and those that gave Mt. Union such a scare. On the defensive, jean has an uncanny ability of diagnosing enemy plays. It would gladden the heart of anyone to see him dive into those pile-ups while playing defensive fullback. On the offensive, jean can always be counted on for a gain. Next year will be Smiths third and last year. Q1 - RAY SI-IAFF ER "jack-the-Giant Killer," or "the faster they come the better I like it"-that's the title that should go to Ray Shaffer Ray weighs only 140 pounds, yet there wasn t a team that could gain consistently around his end this year Rav s favorite pastime is to block punts. He did this thing six times in the past season which isn't half bad for a little feller Among other things, Shaffer catches passes throws runners for losses, and takes out interference which perhaps explains why he was considered the regular right end Rav has another year EARL TR l PLETT Here is a big boy who says little but does much, Earl Triplett's 179 pounds of bone and muscle did much towards giving Akron one of the best lines it has ever had. 'ATrip's" hobby is breaking through and smashing plays. He is unusually last lor so large a man and he is one of the Hrst men down under punts. "Trip" is a hard worker and it was his ability to play so con- sistently that earned him one of the regular tackle jobs. He reports for his third year on the varsity next fall. HAROLD THOMAS ' When this fellow gets off around the ends it takes a mighty fast man to bring him down. Harold Thomas made many long runs this yearg not only can he run but he is a good man for use in interference. 'Bus' is a halfbaek and has played several games at quarter- back. He will be running those ends again next fall. PEARL VAN ICA Who said patience is not rewarded? Surely it was not Pearl Vanica for Van has been out for the varsity three years and this year he won his first varsity Van was just as steady and reliable as patience itselfg his quiet efficiency being just the thing needed to steady the line at crucial moments. The fight he put up to gain his guard position on the varsity was perhaps overshadowed in brilliance by his team mates but when plays were piled up in the line "Van" was usually at the bottom oi' the pile. 92 IVIYRON VAN NOSTRAN Forward passes won't do any team any good unless there is some one there to receive them. Luckily Akron had Myron Van Nostran. Great indeed was the thrill when "Van" caught that pass that put the ball on the Wooster five yard line and which a moment later resulted in victory. Although new at the end position, "Van" played a strong consistent game. Even injuries in the latter part of the season failed to keep him out of the game. LAWRENCE TAYLOR This big sophomore made good from the start. Lawrence Taylor didn't even waste any time with the doggies but demon- ' strated to Coach Coleman right away that he was to be counted in for one of those guard positions. Taylor's favorite hobby is opening holes in the enemy lines and throwing runners for losses. Taylor has two more years of varsity football. CECIL CUNNINC-HAM Here is a little fellow you can't keep down. Cecil Cunningham weighs but 150 pounds, yet he played at guard nearly every game this year. Most of that 150 pounds must be composed of nerve for "Scutum" faced some of the biggest men and hardest charging teams in the state this year. Not only did he face them, but he stopped them. ln some of those games he would come out with his face looking like a raw beefsteak but the next week's game would see him back. "Scutum" will be with us again next year. ,wa-if 93 HAROLD MILLER Harold lvliller found misfortune close on his heels throughout the entire football season. He was injured in the first game and the injury never quite healed after that. "Slats" makes an excellent target for forward passes and is the first man down the held on punts. XVith better luck next year l'Slats" hopes to gain a regular berth at end. i -79 . .H FRANK WARGO Playing his first year, A'Doc" Wargo proved himself to be about the handiest person imaginable to have around. "Doc" was perhaps the steadiest and most reliable man on the team. Alter- nating at fullback, Wargo rarely failed to gain. On the defense he made clean, hard tackles that brought would-be runmen to an abrupt halt. Against Kenyon, in the final game, due to lack of material, "Doc" was forced to fill in at end. He surprised everyone by his sensational interference and tackling, besides the three great forward passes which he caught. "Doc" has two more years. CHARLES ROBISGN "Risen from the ranks," that's the well known title that applies to "Chick" Robison. "Chick" started out with the doggies this season but his dependable all around play couldnt be denied. He got his big chance at Wesleyan and played his same consistent game. lt was in the Ashland game that he had his shoulder so severely wrenched that he was forced to retire for the season. However, i'Chiek" more than earned his letter and will be with us two more years. 94 RICHARD WHITE Although he wasn't the regular halfback this year, Richard White made some of the most spectacular runs of the season. "Whitie" would go plunging into a pile up, only to emerge a moment later like the proverbial beam of sunlight through a cloud. This is White's third and final year on the squad. WILLIAM FIRICK "Bill" Firick had been out for the team for two years before, and this year his chances of winning his varsity letter were unusually bright. So great was his improvement that at Mt. Union he started his first football game for Akron. Fate was in an ugly mood that day and on the first play "Bill" received a blow in the face that broke his jaw. "Bill" said not a word to anyone, Blindly, mechanically he struggled through the remainder of the half and not until then was his condition dis- covered. The blow put "Bill" out of the game for the remainder of the season but his plucky fight was rewarded with his being awarded the prized varsity -,SY 5 az-vm' 'I 7 ,cf ERNEST KREGENOW Another representative of the Klan of Kregenow! I-Iere is a fellow who made good where most of us wouldn't even have tried. "Ernie" Kregenow had his ankle broken in a high school game a few years ago and the member has never quite healed since. This didn't keep "Ernie" out of it though for each night he had his ankle tightly bandaged and few indeed were the practices that "Ernie" missed. Because of his injured foot, "Ernie" couldn't move fast enough to make his old position at fullback so he tried to oust the regular tackles from their positions. This he succeeded in doing to the extent of gaining his football letter. "Ernie" points with pride to the fact that Akron's touchdown at Wooster went through his tackle. I-Ie has two more years to go. 2 f '- ' "iss, .. QSM 1qz4 Football Season About forty men reported to Coach Coleman for the first football practice soon after school began in the fall. At that meeting Coaches Coleman and Ricker met their men for the first time. Neither of the coaches knew the stars from the water boys and as a result the process of weeding out was impartially done. Although working under a new coach, the fellows learned quickly. Coach Coleman maintained a large squad throughout the season and he used substitutes freely when he thought best. The season was a success. Akron won five of the eight games played and showed very creditably in the other three. Akron o Hillsdale 18 Akron opened the season at home against Hillsdale College of Michigan and were defeated 18-o. The first half was a thriller with jenkins and Brotherson of Hillsdale engaging in a drop-kicking duel. Each placed two goals between the bars and the half ended o-o. In the second half several bad breaks and an intercepted pass paved the way for two Hillsdale touchdowns. Akron had the ball within the Michigan ten yard line three times but failed to score. Although defeated, the play was fairly even and the game gave Coach Coleman his first chance to see his entire squad under fire. Hillsdale subsequently won the conference championship of Michigan. A I , ,. Q .t - .4 'Q 6 , . V gegfsf in Q '? an ' AM afQa?..g.aa.1r.f?tf2tiiwliil5l .X if A ' i . Q Y " t r ,..' . - t . . .. f . - . . - at sz ,Ni ti if' - 1 'fi 5 .... N 4 . . 'lr' ' . L? -' v I - A M. r . Q A tm. sf A A A 5 . r' r - . t "' g 1 3 1 f YWa. iff' 0 .6 " Y 'hi -1 - Q. Iyi- , .4 - F , yr . W 04 V 5' W, r' Ar tlv 4 -..- 4- ' 3. v . T g f v A sl iff' .vi -ff ilrffgk as - 'fl sf.rfwfNitf- l l . ' 1 'T' ru 4 5 t I f K - A x V ' I 5 .1 . f Q " ' A 'A ,':1-: t Q . . ,V Q .V ' V' as ,Q A P' f' ,,,,' . i . -4 .- . ti . M 3 51 t . . 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With the pent up emotions attendant upon winning when one least expected to wing :fy-4 li with all the delirious joy of accomplishing a thing that had not been done for ten yearsg and with all the pardonable pride of realizing that you are a bit better than the other jlfig' fellowg with all this and a little bit more, Akron celebrated the culmination of ten years 1154? of endeavor in gaining a wonderful victory over its ancient rival, Wooster. ,N Y ' '74 'i The score was 7-o. iris ggiwji To us as thrilling as any hair-raising novel, yes, as exciting as any movie stunt was ifjjgii that glorious battle. Picture the beaming rays of a warm autumn sun falling upon a ' near record Home Coming Day crowd. A crowd which had congregated in Severence Stadium to witness the dedication of a new stadium and the annual battle of two worthy llgji, rivals, picture this, and you will have a scene that few Akron rooters will ever forget. After the usual dedicatory speeches, the game was on. The first quarter of play ff-9,3 found the ball mostly in Akron territory. At one time Wooster had the ball on our 15 yard line. Akron s inability to stop quarterback Smith from returning punts for 20 and f? lv 30 yards made it impossible for the Blue and Gold to get the ball out to the center of the iifjcx field. .Ai l ii. P PDE im-i 'li' ig " ip- 4 Nl. Y- A3511 Alias iii! A ll'-jfii STARN GOES OVER POR WOOSTERS o POINTS - WOOSTER lil l'j:l L' -' " ' ' """" 7:1537 "sqm" ""' t""' ' 12T":?f':""11-i"Z::t"'.::. 't"' '1::t'ff:'M'i::" 'H -1 "i' W"-H--h-N-f--A--A------- ----- --if A 5:1 ii? Lila lj?-i l-:ire Lira Eh 51 iff L1 2:5 if ,yj'.Eff' Q7 QQ Y T 97 ln the second quarter the Bolesmen could no longer be denied. Although unable to make material gains through Akron's line they used their famous unbalanced formation to run the ends and to complete two long passes that brought the ball to Akron's 5 yard line. After two line smashes had failed, Starn took the ball and dove over the pile up for a touchdown. He failed to kick the goal. At last came the fateful fourth quarter. The ball was on Akron's 38 yard line and in her possession. A pass, Smith to jenkins, put the ball on Wooster's 42 yard line. Two plays at the Wooster line failed to gain. A spectacular pass, jenkins to Shoch, and the ball was on Wooster's 30 yard line. Time was ebbing away. Akron rooters were becoming frantic. Two more plays at the line failed. Another spectacular pass, Smith to Van Nostran, put the ball on the Wooster 13 yard line. The ball was snapped to Smith who coolly tossed it to Van Nostran who was downed on the 4 yard line. On a cross buck Thomas gained 2 yards. The Akron section of the stands went wild. On the next play jenkins went over for the touchdown and amid the deepest hush sent the ball sailing squarely between the crossbars for the needed point to win. Akron 2 Mount Union 6 Doped to win from Mt. Union, Akron went down to Alliance and 'showed a disap- pointing reversal of form, being defeated OAZ, before a huge Homecoming Day crowd. . Showing weak where they were conceded to be strongest, Akron was completely outplayed at every turn. Two place kicks by Wilcoxin, one in the first half, the other in the second, accounted for Mounts victory. Akron scored on the first play when Wilcoxin fumbled but recovered the kickoff behind his own goal line. ln the last five minutes Akron had the ball twice on the Mt. Union three yard line but over-eagerness to score cost Akron the victory. End runs and passes featuring Anderson, Wilcoxin and Grin gained consistently against the Blue and Gold while a forward passing assault by jenkins, Schoch, Shaffer and Smith gained the most ground for Akron. Sl-IAFFER SNAGS A 20 YARD PASS - MT. UNION 98S 2 i" L-Q-A V.. ,J v l -..Hx v V . , . ,HW ,,t.., i 'ii ' 1 T- s 1 l 4'l i .,, 'l' 'W -,, ' 2 i.1,- ,., I 1 l ,-3. D , A-'E my jx 'E u A W A ifffff S "R .fr .v X , fr lb! K L' H i - K' T j' f aisle: , t. .,. ' -7 Q, 5- f 1 . 2' " 1 V ' , A , f-,! - j . - A ,jw ',, ",s4'.!'l'..:'Y -' ' A311-5"5f7'g A - I- r I A 7 7' 4 , 'Ku-I g'! 'U V 1 in s - , ' ...lm 4, ,Arif--Ewa ,. , .,-1. - , a ' gp me va- ', 'lp Q -3 sim 'P ' T . f --r- : H W A --AX? .x Tiff. ,Xu of Q-. 1 Q ' . ' " ' 41 " , y Q il M 'fri , u.,:furi1. .i-,I , aii is Uv--T , T is ' A - VW in .tl .4 Q 1 - ' . M A Mg . ,Q ,, 1 .p f .A .-if , 5 f . 5 . U -. V: -',,.,V if f R f f ir A W A ' if T A 3 -gy 'ml 'f Nxt-e'f::i 'N' ,.iQ,Q?.yw3'?y"QSrf? Qfqgvfgl jr Lqfmg' lb- Mi' I X 'f -l -:1. . , T A , 2 -:X '---'- -A -, tw Wt it if K f THOMAS SIVIASI-IES RIC-l-IT TACKLB FUR 10 YARDS -B. W. Akron io Baldwin Wallace o Displaying the most consistent attack of any, yet this season, Akron was able to decisively defeat Baldwin Wallace in our second home game, 'oy a lb-0 score. After threatening to score in the first few minutes, Baldwin Wallace was unable to get started again. Akron's heavier line was able to open large holes for the backs to plunge through for long gains, while nearly everything attempted by Baldwin Wallace was smothered. A sensational -lo yard dropkick by jenkins, and the consistent line plunging of Smith, Thomas, Wargo and jenkins were the features for Akron. I-loman's general play was the bright spot for the visitors. Akron 7 Ohio Wesleyan I7 Attended by the largest crowd that ever jammed its way into Edwards Stadium, Akron went down to defeat before Coach Gauthiers powerful red team. The score 17-7 is no indication of the fight that Akron put up for although Wesleyan displayed a powerful running and passing attack, Akron was in a scoring position on several different occasions. The game was featured with a sensational run by I-layes jenkins who, catching the ball on the kickoff on his own goal line in the third quarter and aided by excellent inter- ference, successfully eluded the entire Wesleyan team and ran 100 yards for a touchdown. This was Akron's only score. LINE PIQAY e BAISBWIN WALLACE Q9 SCI-IOCI-I PUNTS QUT OE DANGER-Cl-IIC WESLEYAN ln the second quarter after having failed twice before, Turney placed a field goaf over the crossbar from the 35 yard line. The ball see-sawed up and down the field for the remainder of the quarter. Beginning the second half Wesleyan came back with another rush which was climaxed by a l5 yard forward pass that put the ball on Akrons 3 yard line. On the third play Turney crashed over for a touchdown and the kick was made good. Akron lined up for the kickoff and then it was that jenkins made his sensational run for a touchdown. Akron took heart after this great run and fought hard for the remainder of the game but late in the fourth quarter Wesleyan brought the ball to Akron's 4 yard line. In the three succeeding plays Wesleyan lost lO yards. Un the last down Blickle threw a' pass which an Akron player practically blocked. C. Elickle snapped up the ball just as it was almost on the ground and fell over the Akron line for a touchdown. The kick was good and the game ended. Besides Jenkins' thrilling rungSchoch's punting, Smiths work on backing up the line, and Captain lylasonls defensive work were other Akron features. E. Blickle, Turney, Snouffer, and the whole Red and Bleek line played best for Wesleyan. Akron zo Ashland I4 ln one of the most nerve wracking struggles ever witnessed on Buchtel Field, Akron was able to score a narrow victory over Ashland College. The game was a freakish one too, for Akron was able to gain consistently through the Ashland line but because of bad breaks could not score and when Ashland had the ball, they in turn were able to gain at will by the use of the forward pass. So the game resolved itself into chasing each other up and down the field. SMITH GOES QVER FOR A TOUCHDOWN - ASHLAND . . . - V - .- -W .-- .Y V C . ..: ...T ,-LAR 4...-,sf ,I l 00 lf? "iff lr-ff' ir- ..i..' 5:5 W.. KJ.. l..L... LJ., ..., , i , Z... i, -,J-.-.-..'4.-4l.--' W l -J- I l lr l , B l l il ll f Mil M l Q' lffjl li lift! lil il iii . - ?Q,E,.Cl PFEIFLE PICKS UP FIVE AT LEFT END-ASHLAND il "' I T . till Akron scored early in the game on several cleverly executed forward passes. Then Till the visitors dia nosed the Akron assin ' game and after interce ting several asses and 1 ,, , Q 1 U P 3 P P 5 Til completing a few of their own for good measure, the score read l4-7 Ashland. Beginning the second half, Quarterback Schoch switched the attack to line plunging lg and then it was that Akron began to show superiority but still was unable to score. ln illflj the last few minutes of play and by sheer force jenkins and Smith were able to score jjjqi and give Akron a safe margin. Wharton's passing to McClintock from reverse end 1 run formations was the best combination seen on Buchtel Field this year. llg Akron I4 Toledo 7 ggi Before a mere handful of students, the smallest crowd to witness an Akron game this gjlil year, Coach Coleman's warriors defeated Toledo University. It was a weird struggle 2 EW from beginning to end. lijgl The reason for the weirdness is obvious - Coach Coleman started a team composed almost entirely of sophomores. These young fellows stepped outg with Thomas, Wagner, T and White making long runs it was possible for Akron to score the first touchdown and kick the goal making the score 7-O. Toledo came right back and kept the ball in Akron's territory for the remainder of the half but they could not score. ,Egg In the second half Coleman started his regulars and a second touchdown resulted for Akron, Smith taking the ball over. Now came the peculiar part of the gameg where li 71,1 the sophomores had out-played the upstaters, the regulars found it tough going, in fact lfjil they could not stem the Toledo onslaught with the result that the score stood l4-7. Not only did they score once but they came right back and had the ball within a few yards of Akron's goal line when the whistle blew ending the game. Wm., .mr F1291 ll .llggl ltfli llgig F35 "I HIE TOLEDO FAILS AT END RUN - TOLEDO lil , -figff , WW--,,, H.,,.,,,,,-,,..,,,,--.-,-----,,..,-..--....,.-..:..-..,.-..5,...,.--.,-.-..--.-...-.-,.--g.,-s,,,,,,,,,,l,f W lung 5,31 LL Egg- Lp Lf' Lf Q- if Lf, UQ Ugg' 4-3 ag, 'fi 14: - f.,:: L5 .ggi .. 1 il-' wa 'ff' Llil-':,L.'fl:1':L.'f.T.Til.zlglefffggiaairlflsia5.si-igafsa,, gfglfQf5i,,gg,55451g:ge! 21'g-gs1igg2ssf 4: fin," 101 J T g 2 , T , .ii , q , , A . fi " AKRON I-IOLDS ON 15 YARD LINE -KENYON Akron I7 Kenyon 7 Despite the fact that there was an icy wind blowing across the field and despite the fact that black clouds were hanging low, the largest crowd of the year packed into Buchtel Field Thanksgiving Day morning to see the Blue and Gold defeat Kenyon 17-7. Coach Colemans boys played the most brilliant and consistent game- of the season against the Purple and although pre-game predictions were in favor of Kenyon, Akron had things all their own way throughout the game. Akron opened the struggle with a passing attack that took the ball to Kenyons 35 yard line. A long pass made by Smith was partially blocked by a Kenyon player but Pfeiffie snatched up the ball and ran the remaining 20 yards for a touchdown. jenkins kicked goal. In the second quarter with the ball in their own territory, Kenyon tried desperately to score by long passes. One of these passes was intercepted and after a few plays jenkins went over for the second Akron touchdown. The try for point was made good. lt was a different Kenyon team that came on the Held after the half. Three successful Kenyon passes brought the ball to Akron's 15 yard line where the Blue and Cold held for downs. Schoch's punt was caught in a strong wind and went straight up in the air and it was Kenyons ball on Akron's 25 yard line. They made a pass good and Kenyon had 5 yards to go for a touchdown. After three attempts Peters smashed through for the touchdown and the kick was good. SCHOCI-I PREPARES TO PASS - ASHLAND g 102 1 -Y ,V - L, 'iv X Q ,K ,. V .,. l. .Q ,wr-,A J ' ' 'H A' " ' -0, . sf il 'VE cf N-1.4 , W .Nw ' BARKER PLUNCES 10 YARDS THROUGH CENTER - FROSI-l-SDPH. In the last quarter, with the wind at their back, Akron found easier going. In this quarter jenkins tried three dropkicks, the last one from the 46 yard line was the most spectacular incident of the game. The ball sailed up and was carried along by the wind, struck the cross-bar and bounced over for 3 points. Score, Akron l7-Kenyon 7. ,xlikmlfff Sophomores 7 Frosh o On a snow-covered field the valient sophs and the heroic frosh met to do or die. The sophs did the doing for the score was 7-0 sophomores. The freshmen didn't die but they were certainly smothered in the snow a great deal. The haughty sophs used a heavier and more experienced line to repeatedly outcharge the yearlings. The frosh were unable to penetrate the line so they tried an ariel offensive which also failed. The sophs scored early when with the ball in midfield, quarterback Spessard called for a forward pass. l-lis line failed to hold and his attempted pass was partially blocked. Taylor intercepted the pass and ran 35 yards for a touchdown. Capt Wargo kicked the goal. That was all of the scoring and it was enough for the second year men to win. Captain Brodt's team never seriously threatened their opponents goal line while the sophomores were continually in a scoring position, being on the ten yard line on four different occasions in the last quarter. For the sophomores the work ofjohnson, Wagner, Taylor, and Kregenow stood out while Barker, Gilleland, Leonard, and I-lenry were the freshmen heroes. 103 , , 5 WM I 1 Q X aaswafww W. VS' ' W " 'W'Af ' M "" 'X' ,, l K r 1 mrwwww W. ,,w,,,, aw Q, T . fm mwfbnmjm A fi .m,.,4?, 3 1 , ,vga umwmw,m,'Z,g "' "f iwvwwnwm I ' w I W V ' was-1' A V wQUfW Q9 18 ""i THE FRESHIVIAN FOOTBALL TEAM i The freshman football team is never given the credit that is due them. This is especial- ly true this yearg for all season there were a great number of men out every night. At the end of the season they received little or no recognition for their efforts. They havent any games except the sophomore contest at the end of the season, to keep up their interest. Every man has but one thought in mind and that is to get the training that will enable him to land a berth on the varsity squad the next year. This is a high type of true Gold and Blue spirit. The sophomore game brought out the fact that there is some high grade material for the varsity next year. Barkers line plunging and Gillelands effective end running proved that they will be likely candidates for halfback positions next fall, and on the line there are Brodt, Strong, Henry, Bunker, Neff, Russell and Libis, any of them being capable of holding down a varsity berth creditably. Henry, at center, proved a mountain of strength against the varsity assaults. Heinzerling has the build and the ability of a wonderful tackle and Leonard, although he is light is as fast as lightning in the backtield. Spessard, Vinez, Wright, Conners, Frazer, Lipps, Wy'le, and Lineberger, are other men who should give a good account of themselves. With such a squad to pick men to fill up the few gaps in the varsity left vacant by graduation, there is no reason to Worry over Akron's prospects for a winning team next fall. 104 5, 1 fX 1 KVI !,:,.-.I, A 7, II-I,,,,I,,II IIIII, I III iIaq5HeF15f151IaeIa era 91 EEEEWEFISEIEE 5155 H5 Eng 52IIIa'eII1'ITIaI51If1 5 H153 ESQ? fiff IQI 51 'A I aj EFI 1 I SCII I 'II EE Pd EI 59 I I EFI I I I EHII I ' I I, LCI 1 IJ II, I I I T-,I ETIII I 1 I I, I IEI I I I' I ..I I I I I I - I IEIIII I ILP-I I SJ ,II I I II if I I5- I I III I I IEI I 15 I 1-IC-'I' I I I PII I I' I I"'1 I I I I-I2 I f I IJ III I . 4 1 I II ' I I I I 1 'I III ' 1 I 1 II1 I I I IL - -II Y - I III-, I - IIII,II-IIIIII- 1 I I " 'V I 1 'I I 1 I I I CapIamIHAYI3S JIIEINIKINSII I I IHSIII lf. II I ' I 5 512655. BASKETBALL I 1 I I IL . II II I II I I I N IEFI EHEFHQCEF EFI 55 I I I T 59 93 Hi EFI 55 EE EFI 59 55 I EE EE EFI HI 55 1 59 5:11 I I II I EE 59 EFI EE EFI 'JCI H3 H3 EFI EFI ':I-I 'QFI I BCI E5 EE I1 ' I I . I I II I I I EI II EEI . .III II I I I ' r' FEI 55555555555555555555555555555f5fI ' 105 ISCC.. I I I I I I I il WI X1 II A m fm 4' ff we s + tif 1 X' 100 Iozg Varsity Basketball HAYES JENKINS . . Captain LAWRENCE RICKER . Asst. Coach JAMES COLEMAN . . . Coach WILLIAM MOORE . Faculty Manager RALPH RASOR . Student Manager RALPH RASGR The standard of a good manager, it seems, is whether he provides good meals for the players. Taking this as a basis, Rasor must be about the best the Blue and Gold athletes have ever had, at least the basketball squad thinks SO. Unlike most managers, Rasor likes the road trips. He says they give him a chance tO get out and meet people. It's queer though, that he Shows such partiality in picking out these people. He had One failing though, he Occasionally forgot the alcohol Cthe kind they use externallyj. HAYES JENKINS LILLBURN JOHNSON HAROLD MILLER RAYMOND SHAFFER CHARLES ROBISON PERSONNEL Forwards Centers Guards 107 N.-- .1-f, ,, .,,.-.. PERRY DEMMING DAVID PONVELL HERBERT MOTE KENNETH MASON JEAN SMITH Basketball Season iozg AKRUN Z3 -ALUMNI 34 While a packed gym, including old grads, friends, students, and coaches looked dubiously on, the Alumni ran rough shod over the newly built varsity in the iirst tilt of the season. The final score was 34-23. The grads, with a team of heroes from other years, completely outclassed the stars to be. As in the past the game was rough and tumble throughout. The first half ended 20-4 in favor of the Alumni. ln the second half the old timers took things easy and the varsity score mounted accordingly. Coach Coleman used his entire squad in order to become better acquainted with each mans style of playing. Although defeated in this game the varsity showed possibilities of a winning team. Akron Summary Alumni Akron Summary Heidelberg Shaffer, rf 1 0 2 Bliley. rf 0 0 0 jenkins, lf 5 0 10 Statler, rf 3 0 6 johnson, lf 0 Z 2 Swigart, rl' 1 0 2 Demming, rf 1 0 2 Weaver, lf 2 0 4 H. jenkins, rl' 2 0 -1 Wortman, lf 2 0 4 Miller, c 1 0 2 Oldfather, c 4 1 9 Miller, c 0 0 0 Kniffin, lf 3 0 o Mason, rg 0 0 0 Mann, lg 1 1 3 Demming, lf 4 0 8 Rowley, c 1 0 2 Shaffer, lg 0 0 0 Stubblefield 3 2 8 Mote, C l 0 2 Darrah, c 0 1 1 Powell, lf 2 1 5 ' ' - - - Robison, rg 1 2 4 Wentz, c' 4 1 9 johnson, rf 2 1 5 13 4 30 Powell, rf 0 1 1 liregenow, rf 3 1 7 Mote, c 2 0 4 Triplett, lg 0 0 0 W'il1yard, rg 0 1 1 Smith, lg 0 0 0 Smith, lg 0 0 0 V. jenkins, lg 1 0 2 Robison, rg 0 1 1 Pfeiffie, rg 0 0 0 - - - Myers, rg 0 0 0 13 3 29 0 5 23 15 4 34 AKRON Z9 - HEIDELBERC 30 With the breaks continually against them, Akron's Blue and Gold basketeers went down to a 30-29 defeat in an overtime game with Coach Sayger's Heidelberg outfit which was played in the small Tiffin gym. This was the lirst conference game of the season and Heidelberg, taking advantage of every break, lead in the scoring until late in the second half when Akron spurted and held the lead for a few minutes but Heidelberg succeeded in tying the count as the game ended. In the overtime period, Heidelberg made good on a basket and free throw while Akron could only score one basket on its many attempts from close range. jenkins starred for Akron while Uldfather was Heidelbergs luminary. AKRON 33 - CASE 14 ln the iirst home game of the season, Captain jenkins' boys completely outclassed the Case squad in the big Coodyear gym. The final score was 33-14. Case displayed a smooth passing team but were unable to make good on their shots from the field. Akron's offense broke through time and again for easy tries under the basket. In the second half, Akron's defense allowed the scientists but one field goal. Coach Coleman used his entire squad but the work ofjenkins and johnson was the outstanding feature of the game. Mitzell was Cases most consistent scorer. 108 Akron Summary Case Akron Summary Cincinnati jenkins, rf 0 I4 Mitzell, rf 3 0 jenkins, rf 2 6 Schmidt, lf Powell, rf Anderson, lf 0 Powell, lf Bradner, rf johnson, lf Bennington, c 0 Demming, lf Sickling, rf Miller, c Edwards, rg l johnson, lf Mehl, rl Mote, c Doll, lg l Mote, c Allen, c Gresham, c Ditchman, lg 0 Miller, c Valentine, l Robison, rg Meyers, rf l Gresham, c Klein, rg Mason, lg Reardon, rf 0 Mason, rg Smith, rg - Smith, lg Shaffer, lg 6 Shaffer, lg Demming, rf Robison, rg Triplett, rg Pfeille, lg AKRON 27 - CINCINNATI l-I Displaying a fast offense and a nearly impregnable defense, Akron defeated Cin- cinnati at the Goodyear gym by the count 27-14. It was one of the fastest and best played games of the year. Both teams worked well together and neither side had any individual stars. AKRON 22 - I-IIRAM 20 By making a brilliant and desperate rally in the closing minutes of play, Akron defeated I-liram 22-20 in an overtime game which was played in the losers' small box-like gym. Hiram lead most of the way but the stellar work of jenkins and Dem- ming turned the tide of victory for Akron. Akron Summary I-Iiram Akron Summary Vxfooster jenkins, rf 5 2 I7 Colbert, lf 2 l 5 jenkins, rf 5 6 16 Pfeiffer, rf johnson, lf Day, rf 0 johnson, lf Love, lf Miller, c Bright, c 2 Demming, lf Dodez, lf Smith, lg Bowe, lg 0 Miller, c Starn, c Robison, rg Myers, rg 2 Smith, rg I-lurst, rg Demming, rf I-Iurd, c 0 Mason, lg McGlashan Barb, c 0 Shaffer, rg Manly, rg - Robison, lg 6 AKRON 30 - WOOSTER 27 The jinx that Akron's basketball squad holds over Wooster was in good working order when they met in the Goodyear gym this season and as a result, Akron won by a 30-27 score. It was the fifth consecutive win for Akron over Wooster in basketball. The game was a thriller throughout. At half time Wooster lead I4-13. Beginning the second half, Akron came back with a rush and ran up a six point lead which was entirely too much for Wooster to overcome. jenkins played a sensational game. I-Iis dribbling and shooting brought the huge crowd to its feet time and again. Miller and Demming worked well in the offense and Mason and Shaffer were the defensive stars. Pfeifer kept his team in the race with his remarkable shooting. AKRON 26 - OI-IIO U -I0 Ohio U, having potentially, one of the best teams in the conference, but who had lost unexpectedly to other teams during the season, were in top form the night we played them at Athens and had no difficulty in defeating us -I0-26, Akron never held the lead at any time. Ohio U solved the Akron defense early and sifted through for counters time and again. jenkins and johnson shared honors for Akron while Wright and Muir were heavy scorers for the Athenians. 109 Akron Summary Ohio U Akron Summary Muskingum 34lON b0l7 Oll 033 jenkins, rf Vright, rf - Powell, lf Ewing, rf Demming, lf l ll 2 Laslie, lf 3 U o jenkins, If 5 l ll Minter, lf 4 0 8 Nliller, c O 0 0 lX4uir, c 7 4 18 johnson, lf 3 l 7 W. Mont'ry, c o 2 14 lX4ason, rg 0 l l Sayler, rg 2 U 4 Demming, rf 4 3 ll R. Mont'ry, c 0 0 0 Robison, lg 0 O O Bonner, lg O 0 0 Mote, c 0 0 0 Logan, c 0 O 0 Iohnson, ll' 4 l 9 King, rg 0 0 O Smith, rg 0 0 0 l-lastings, rg l 0 2 Shaffer, rg l 0 2 Eisenberg, g 0 O 0 Robison, lg l 0 2 McCormich,lg 1 O 2 lvlote, C l O 2 Beckwith, f 0 0 O 3 - - - - - ---- --- 13032 l2 529 IU 0 2b 18 4 40 AKRON 32 - MUSKINGUM 29 Coach Colemans basketball team turned in the first victory of a two game tour through southern Ohio by defeating Muskingum 32-29 at New Concord. Nluskingum, playing in improved form over their previous games, lead at the half time 18-15. Coleman, who had saved his regulars in anticipation of a strong game at Wesleyan the next night, inserted his first stringers at the beginning of the second half and Akron slowly forged ahead. "Speedy" Montgomery, big Muskingum center, was the backbone of his team and his exit, by the foul route, early in second half, aided Akron materially. jenkins, Demming, and johnson were Akron s offensive stars. AKRON 3b 4 Ol-llO WESLEYAN 39 ln the second game of a two day KOLIF, Akron lost to Ohio Wesleyan 39-3o after a thrilling game in which the winner was always in doubt until the whistle blew. The lead changed hands six times during the contest. With but three minutes to go Akron was leading by three points, when a rally, started by Kolb, sent the Red and Black into the lead never to be overtaken. Miller and jenkins were the stars for Akron while Kolb proved a consistent point getter for Wesleyan. This was one of the closest games played by Wesleyan this year, most of them being won by 10 or 20 points. AKRON 33 -MIAMI 27 Akron Summary Ohio Wesleyan Akron Summary Miami jenkins, lf b 3 15 Lamme, rf 4 0 8 jenkins, lf 4 2 10 Darling, lf 3 0 6 johnson, rf 3 0 b LeSourd, lf 2 0 4 -Johnson, rf 2 0 4 Pilot, rf 4 0 8 Demming, rf l 0 2 Blanchard, lt' 0 0 O Demming, rf l l 3 Girich, lf 0 0 0 Miller, c 5 O IO Hill, lf l 0 2 Powell, rf 1 0 2 Baker, c l 3 5 lX4ason, rg l 0 2 Turney, c 4 l 9 Miller, c 4 2 10 Payne. c O 0 0 Shaffer, lg 0 l l Knachcl, rg 3 0 O Gresham, c 0 0 0 Wohleclen, lg l - P P Kolb, lg 4 2 IO Robison, rg O O 0 Gansberg, rg 0 lb 4 3o - - - Mason, lg O 0 0 Sherer, rg O 18 3 39 Shaffer, rg 2 0 4 Dixon, rg 2 ' Smith, lg O - E ll ln a listless game featured by the intermittent flashy dribbling of l-layes jenkins and accurate shooting of "Slats" Miller, Akron easily defeated Miami 33-27 in the Goodyear gym. At the half Akron lead 20-9. Miami was completely outclassed. Akron seeing an easy victory, lagged on the defense making it possible for Miami to score several long shots. 110 AKRON 18 -MT. UNION 29 In what was considered by the Blue and Cold rooters to be the biggest game of the year, Mt. Union defeated Akron 29-18. Mount Union excelled in every department of play. Lead by Captain Lefty Miller they worked the floor with a clock like precision which usually ended with the deadly accurate shooting of Wilcoxen and Labor. Akron's offensive attack was completely stopped. lt was the only game this year in which the Blue and Ciold scored less than twenty points, the redeeming feature from the Akron viewpoint was the work of Shaffer and Mason on the defense. Probably the largest crowd that ever witnessed an Akron U basketball contest was jammed into the Goodyear gym. Akron Summary Mount Union Akron Summary Heidelberg ' jenkins, lf 3 0 6 Labor, lf 4 0 8 jenkins, rf 3 l 7 Weaver, rf 3 0 6 Demming, rf 1 1 3 Wilcoxen, rf 7 0 14 Demming, lf 3 3 10 Prugh, lf 0 0 0 johnson, rf 3 l 7 Miller, c 0 1 1 Miller, c l 1 3 Oldfather, c 1 1 3 Miller, c 0 0 0 Orin, lg 0 2 2 Robison, rg l 1 3 Stubblefield 0 0 0 Shaffer, lg 0 2 2 Bromby, rg 2 0 4 Shaffer, lg 3 0 6 Mann, lg 0 0 0 Mason, rg 0 0 0 - - - Mason, rg 1 0 2 Miles 3 0 6 Robison, rg 0 0 0 13 3 29 Powell, rf 1 0 2 Bryant, rf 0 0 0 - - - Smith, rg 0 0 0 - - - 7 "4 18 - - - 7 1 15 14 6 34 AKRON 3-1 - l-IEIDELBERC 15 Showing perhaps the poorest form of the season during the first half, Akron came back strong in the second period and completely outclassed Coach Sayger's outfit. The final score was 34-15 but the half found it at 10-10. The Blue and Cold simply could not get started in the first half. They had all kinds of easy tries from directly under the basket but they could not sink them. jenkins, Demming, and Shaffer played best for Akron while Miles and Weaver were 1-1eidelberg's most consistent men. AKRON 39 - CASE 42 Although leading throughout the game, Akron lost to Case in the last few minutes when Mitzell made good on two free throws and Doll dropped in a long shot just as the final whistle blew. 1-lampered by the small playing space in the Case gym, the Blue and Cold team, nevertheless, was able to keep out in front due to the brilliant work of Hayes jenkins who scored ten baskets. Akron's defense was weak and Case was never very far behind. Akron Summary St. Xavier Akron Summary Case jenkins, lf 6 1 13 Reynolds, rf 3 0 6 jenkins, lf 10 2 22 Anderson, lf 6 2 14 Demming, rf 2 1 5 Bray, lf l 0 2 Demming, rf 1 2 4 Mitzell, rf 5 2 12 johnson, rf 1 0 2 Albers, lf 0 0 0 Powell, rf l 0 2 Doll, c 6 2 14 Miller, c 6 4 16 King, c 6 6 18 Miller, c 0 0 0 Cubberly, lg 0 0 0 Mote, c 0 0 0 Weiner, rg 3 l 7 Mote, c 0 0 0 Trato, lg 0 0 0 Mason, rg 0 0 0 Kelley, lg 1 0 2 Shaffer, lg 1 3 4 Meyer, rg 0 2 2 Robison, rg l 0 2 - - - Robison, lg 1 0 2 - - - Shaffer, lg 1 0 2 14 7 35 Mason, rg 2 0 4 17 8 42 17 6 40 16 7 39 lll AKRQN 40 - ST. XAVIER 35 By outspeeding the quick breaking St. Xavier quintet Akron won an exciting 40-35 victory in the final minutes of the game at the Goodyear gym. The downstaters exhibited a puzzling oHense. They would work the ball to a certain point and then two or more players would make a quick break for the basket. This system netted them many short tries for the basket. Akrons quick breaking ollense lead by Captain Jenkins and Perry Dem- ming, with "Slats" lvliller following up the shots, was too much for the Saints. This was the last game of basketball for Captain jenkins and Kenneth Mason. SQPHOMORES CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Roaisorsi, rg Moiii, c Powizti., lf' RLl'l"I'N1AN, lg DEMMINQ, rl' ,IoHNsoN, lf Sophomores .... . . . . . Z-l Frosh .... ........ . . . . lZ juniors ...... . . . Zl Seniors ..... . . . 14 Sophomores .... . . . 30 Seniors ..... . . . 20 Seniors ...... . . . .... 22 Frosh .,....... ..... . . l4 Sophomores ................ 23 juniors .... ................ l 5 The sophomores won the 1025 interclass basketball championship by showing marked superiority in teamwork over the other class teams. All of the games were hard fought. The sophomores won all of their games but were forced to the limit to do so. The other three classes each won one game and lost one. The caliber of the soph team may be judged by the fact that five of the six players won their Varsity letter later in the year. 112 Captain PAUL WERNER TRACK 113 1oz4 Track and Field Records Name Event Time or Distance Meet Points Scored Capt. Paul Werner Two Mile 10 min. 455 sec. Wooster 17 220 C I St Low Hurdles 27 3X5 sec. Case ar ump Broad jump 20 ft. 4 in. Case o0 High jump 5 ft. 831 in. Wooster 220 Yd. Dash 23 1f5 sec. Case Harold Thomas 100 Yd. Dash 10 3fl9 sec. Case 37 Harold Miller 440 Yd. Dash 53 125 sec. Case 31 Albert Werner 440 Yd. Dash 54 9f10 sec. Hiram 29 Discus 110 ft. 3 in. Case E jean Smith Javelin lo5 ft. 5 in. Big Six 27 CState Recordb Granville ' Harold Minnich Pole Vault 10 ft. o in. Case 24 Harold Barnes Dne Mile 4 min. 50 2X5 sec. Case 24 Francis Wagner ,Javelin 165 ft. 2 in. Mt. Union 22 John MacKinnon 880 Yd. Dash 2 min. 11 3X5 sec Mt. Union 18 Verlin jenkins Shot Put 35 ft. 3M in. Wooster 17 . ,. 120 Yd. High Raymond Wllkmson Hurdles 18 2X5 sec. Wooster lo Russel Baker Pole Vault 10 ft. 6 in. Case 15 Wallace MacKinnon ggi 36335223 12 Werner Minnich One Mile 3 min. 43 4X5 sec Wooster Kregenow Relay Miller 114 IQ24 Varsity Track Team P. WERNER .... ...... C aptain H. SAYGER .... ......... C oach W. MOORE .... .... F aculty Mgr. H. BUEHL .... ..... S tudent Mgr. HAROLD BUEHL People who think that in order to be a sport manager one must be a big burly fellow, have never seen Harold Buehl. Buehl was our "half-pint" sized track manager. He was not only an energetic individual but also a resource- ful one. One day before an important track meet he found that the liniment had all been used. He happened to have a bottle of another strong smelling liquid with him so he used it to rub the runners. After the races were over and the Akron runners had made remarkably good time Coach Sayger asked Buehl what kind of liniment he had used. Buehl serenely remarked, "That wasn't liniment, Coach, it was shoe-oil . " TRACK RECORD May l Akron 69 Wooster May 7 Akron 7 5 Mt. Union May 22 Akron 90 Hiram May 29 Akron 78 Case june 5 Akron 13 State Meet At Wooster At Alliance At Hiram At Cleveland At Granville jean Smith finished seventh in Triathalon at Ohio Relays held in Columbus. 115 Track Season ioz4 The 1924 track season was the most successful ever completed at the University of Akron. The Blue and Cold track men, under Captain Paul Werner, won all four meets and scored thirteen points at the Big Six meet to finish fifth, all of this in the face of discouraging training conditions at the newly constructed track at Buchtel Field. Much of the credit goes to Coach Sayger for it was under his careful tutelage that the best was brought out of each man. The team that was developed, while not a brilliant one, was well balanced and consistent. Next spring nine of this years fourteen lettermen will be missing due to graduation and other causes and the great team of 1924 will have to be rebuilt. AKRON 69 - WOOSTER 48 Although they hadn't seen a smooth track all spring, let alone practice on one, Coach Saygers group of track men went down to Severence Stadium and ran away with a 69-48 score over the Wooster short-trousered athletes in the first dual meet of the year. Akron, showing much better balanced team, ran up more than enough points to offset the individual work of a few Vifooster stars. Carl Stump, Akron's veteran all-around track star was the Blue and Colds best performer and also individual high point man for the meet with 16 points to his credit. Captain Paul Werner won a thrilling two mile race from Lee by making a brilliant dash to finish first. Most of the other places were won decisively. AKRON 69 - WOOSTER 48 100 yd. dash-Swigart CWD, Wedge CWD, 2. Time 10 275 sec. 220 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, Wedge CWD, 2. Time 24 275 sec. 440 yd. run-Miller CAD, A. Werner CAD 2. Time 55 sec. Half-mile run-Spinning CWD, MacKinnon CAD 2. Time 2 min. 75 sec. Mile run-4Porter CWD, Barnes CAD 2. Time 4 min. 52 275 sec. Two mile run-P. Werner CAD, Lee CWD 2. Time 10 min. 45M sec. 120 yd. high hurdles-Wilkinson CAD, Could CWD 2. Time 18 275 sec. 220 yd. low hurdles-Stump CAD, Auten CAD 2. Time 28 3710 sec. High .lump-Stump CAD, Smith CWD, 2. Height 5 ft. 834 in. Broadjump-Swigart CWD, Stump CAD 2. Distance 20 ft. 11 in. Shotput- V. jenkins CAD, Manly CWD 2. Distance 35 ft. 3M in. Discus Throw-Spears CWD, Stump CAD 2. Distance 114 ft. Javelin-Smith CAD, Wagner CAD 2. Distance 163 ft. 6 in. Pole vault-Smith CWD, Baker CAD 2. Height 10 ft. One mile relay-Akron CA. Werner, Minnich, Kregenow, and AKRON 75- MOUNT UNION 56 By doing even better than they had done at Wooster the week before, Coach Sayger's track- men won their third dual meet of the season from Mount Union. The score was 75-56. The Akron athletes scored heavily in the opening events and ran up a safe lead. Mt. Union cut down this lead later by taking the majority of the places in the field events but they could not quite close the wide gap set up by Akron earlier in the meet. The outstanding features of the meet were the running of Thomas, Miller, A. Werner, P. Werner and Barnes, and the track record set by Fritz Wagner by hurling the javelin a little better than 165 ft. The results of a week's intensive training showed up in all the runs, most of the fellows clip- ping seconds olf their own records of the previous week. Springers of Mt. Union was their most consistent performer and he was also high point man for the day with 19 points to his credit. AKRON 75 -MT. UNION 56 100 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, Kopple CMUD 2, H. jenkins CAD 3. Time ll 175 sec. 220 yd. clash-Thomas CAD, Kopple CMUD 2, H. jenkins CAD 3. Time 24 475 sec. 440 yd. dash-A. Werner CAD, Miller CAD 2, Armstrong CMUD 3. Time 55 375 sec. Half Mile run-D. MacKinnon CAD, Williams CMUD 2, Exline CMUD 3. Time 2:11 375. Mile Run-Barnes CAD, Hendershot CMUD 2, Exline CMUD 3. Time 4:52 375. Two Mile Run-P. Werner CAD, Hendershot CMUD 2, Barnes CAD 3. Time 10:49. 120 yd. High Hurdles-Springer CMUD, Wilkinson CAD 2, Yueh CMUD 3. Time :17 475. 220 yd. Low Hurdles-Springer CMUD, Stump CAD 2, Auten CAD 3. Time :28 275. High Dump-Springer CMUD and Kunkle CMUD tied for first and second, Stump CAD 3. Height 5 ft. 8 in. Broadjump-Yueh CMUD, Stump CAD 2, 1-ljenkins CAD 3. Distance 21 ft. Shot Put- V. Jenkins CAD, Donaldson CMUD 2, Kregenow CAD 3. Distance 33 ft. 1156 in. Discus Throw- Donaldson CMUD, Smith CAD 2, Stump CAD 3. Distance 106 ft. 251 in. Javelin-Wagner CAD, Smith CAD 2, Simmaker CMUD 3. Distance 165 ft. 2 in. Pole Vault-Springer CMUD, Baker CAD 2, Minnich CAD Height 10 ft, 9 in. Mile Relay-Won by Akron on a forfeit by Mount Union. MillerD. Time 43 475 sec. 116 AKRON 90 - HIRAM 41 Literally sweeping everything before them, the Blue and Cold track team won the second meet of the year at Hiram by the top-heavy score of 90-41. The Hiram team was completely outclassed. Of the fifteen possible first places, Akron won thirteen: not to mention many seconds and third places as well. Carl Stump was high point man for the second consecutive time this year. Hadley, who took Hiram's only two first places in the discus and shotput was second, with eleven points and Thomas of Akron, third with ten points. Due to a strong wind blowing up the track, it was impossible to make any remarkable time in the running events. However the time made was not poor by any means. AKRON 90 - HIRAM 41 100 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, Kelker CHD 2, W. MacKinnon CAD 3. Time ll 1710 sec. 220 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, Kelker CHD 2, Crawford CHD 3. Time 25 1710 sec, 440 yd. dash-A. Werner CAD, Miller CAD 2, Squires CHD 3. Time 54 9710 sec. 880 yd. dash-D. MacKinnon CAD, McCombs CHD 2, Smith CAD 3. Time 2:14. Mile run-Barnes CAD, Silenius CHD 2, Wagner CAD 3. Time 5:14 9710. 120 yd. High hurdles-Wilkinson CAD, Smith CHD 2, Benlehr CHD 3. Time 19 6710 sec. 220 yd. Low hurdles-Stump CAD, Smith CHD 2, Auten CAD 3. Time :28 8710. Two Mile run-Werner and Barnes of Akron tied for first and second, Selinus CHD 3. Time 11 :14 9710. I-lighjump-Stump CAD, Triplett CAD, and Smith CHD tied for second and third. Height 5 ft. 3 in. Broad jump-Stump CAD, Smith CHD 2, Auten CAD 3. Distance 19 ft. 6 in. Shotput-Hadley CHD, V. jenkins CAD 2, Kelker CHD 3. Distance 39 ft. 6 in. Discus Throw-Hadley CHD, Stump CAD 2, Bates CHD 3. Distance 116 ft. 9 in. Javelin-Wagner CAD, Smith CAD, Hadley CHD 3. Distance 161 ft. 10M in. 'Pole Vault-Baker CAD, Minnich CAD tied for first and second, Smith CHD 3. Height 10 ft. 6 in. Mile Relay-Won by Akron CA. Werner, Minnich, W. MacKinnon, Mi11erD. Time 3:45 5710. AKRON 78 - CASE 53 Surprising even their most ardent rooters, the Akron University track team put over a great 75-53 victory on the Brown and White squad of Case in what had been figured on to be a closely contested meet. Akron succeeded in landing a majority of the places in the opening events and Case was never quite able to get over this set-back. The Scientists were handicapped by the loss of Hale, their star performer, but it is doubtful if even he could have turned the tide. This meet marked the close of the collegiate athletic career of Carl Stump who amassed the enviable total of 269 points in three years of collegiate track competition. It is a record that few future stars will probably ever approach. There were few real surprises in the meet. Wagner and Smith put on a great javelin throwing contest between themselves, Wagner finally winning at 163 ft. Mayforth of Case defeated Captain Paul Werner by putting on an unusually strong sprint at the finish. Miller ran a wonderful race in the 440 to win first place. AKRON 78 - CASE 53 100 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, VanHorn CCD 2, DeWitt CCD 3. Time 10 3710 sec. 220 yd. dash-Thomas CAD, DeWitt CCD 2, Wallace MacKinnon CAD 3. Time 23 175 sec 440 yd. dash- Miller CAD, Koenig CCD 2, A. Werner CAD 3. Time 53 175 sec. 880 yd. run-Abbott CCD, MacKinnon CAD 2, Dauber CCD 3. Time 2:5 275. Mile Run--Barnes CAD, Ingram CCD 2, Baldwin CCD 3. Time 4:50 275. Two Mile Run-Mayforth CCD, P. Werner CAD 2, Barnes CAD 3. Time 10:50. 120 yd. High Hurdles-Abbott CCD, Wilkonson CAD 2, Robinson CCD 3. Time 16 475 sec. 220 yd. Low Hurdles-Stump CAD, Robinson CCD 2, Grey CCD 3. Time 27 375 sec. High jump-Stump CAD, Robinson CCD and Parker CCD tied for second and third. Height 5 ft. 7 in. Broad jump-Stump CAD, H. jenkins CAD 2, Whitley CCD 3. Distance 20 ft. 4 in. Shot Put- Miles CCD, V. jenkins CAD 2, Robinson CCD 3. Distance 36 ft. l in. Discus throw-Smith CAD, Stump CAD 2, V. jenkins CAD 3. Distance 110 ft. 3 in. Javelin-Wagner CAD, Smith CAD 2, Cost CCD 3. Distance 163 ft. Pole Vault-Baker CAD and Minnich CAD tied for first and second, flfarker CCD 3. Height 10 ft. 6 in. Mile Relay-Case won CKoenig, Dauber, DeWitt, AbbottD. ime 3:39 375. , 117 Big Six Meet Held May go, Dennison College Akron University's undefeated track team, under Coach Sayger, closed the season by iinishing fifth among the Ohio Conference Colleges in the Big Six meet at Cranville, Ohio, by scoring 13 points. Ohio Wesleyan won the meet with 5b points, 23 of which were made by the stellar work of Harley Pearce, the high point man of the meet. The other teams that placed were: Miami 44Mg Oberlin 225 Dennison 155 Akron 13 3 Wooster 12g Kenyon 10g Mt. Union 103 Case9g Hiram 95 Otterbein 8Mg Ohio U 8, and Reserve 5. For Akron the outstanding feature was the state record set up by jean Smith in the javelin throw. Smith moved the mark up to 165 ft. 5 in., thereby bringing to Akron University the first state record ever held by a Blue and Cold track man. Wagner placed third in the same event. Buss Thomas linished fourth in the hundred yard dash in which a new State record of 10 1f10 seconds was set by Arbuckle of Miami. john MacKinnon Finished fourth in the half mile while Russ Baker finished fifth in the pole vault. SUMMARY 100 Yd. Dash-Arbuckle, Miami. Time 10 lf10 sec. Cnew recordj. 220 Yd. Dash-Sharkey, Miami. Time 22 2fl0 sec. 440 Yd. Dash-Hovis, Wesleyan. Time 51 of10 sec. 880 Yd. Run-Abbott, Case. Time 2 :2,f10. Mile Run-Kale, Wesleyan. Time 4:37 2f10. Two Mile Run-Helas, Wesleyan. Time 9:58 7f10 Cnew recordj. 120 Yd. High Hurdles-H. Pearce, Wesleyan. Time 15 8f10 sec. Knew recordb. 220 Yd. Low Hurdles-H. Pearce, Wesleyan. Time 26 3fl0 sec. Shot Put-Odaffer, Ohio U. Distance 40 ft. 10 in. Discus Throw-Reed, Kenyon. Distance 115 ft. 9 in. Javelin Throw-Smith, Akron. Distance 165 ft. 5 in. Knew recordl. High jump-H. Pearce, Wesleyan. Height 5 ft. 10M in. Broad jump-Perry, Miami. Distance 22 ft. 891 in. Cnew recordj. Pole Vault-H. Pearce, Wesleyan. Height 12 ft. Mile Relay-Won by Wesleyan. Time 3 min. 28 5f10 sec. 118 1 . f gfwbwabqbqgmabgfbaba i gAQgjQ5a 5:Q5n5: 5:5:5Qir,eEEQ 1:5 . A U 53,1 'fi . ' EF. 5 E.: E 55 5 f m EE 59 '35, as EE E 5 EE 5 9 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EH 5' 5 5 59 as if 59 5 ala EF' EE 5 as 552 captain LEVI MACDONALD WEE H BASEBALL 2 5 5 5 5 bc' as QQ sa 5 5 V 3:1 EE 5 ze E f mmsssgwmsmwmssms5555555555555555+ 119 - 1? fx 9' 4, M Q ,Q " x 4 QM. Z 6, X, , ,Q v1.:. Q if fm ,.:, .,:- X135 ff. av W 3. .,w -, , .5 'M , Q ffQ,f,,, J Q ff ,xv Q9 .Ox WZ3P+P' vz w ig . Q , W .5 -' . I 22fsif 4' .T ,ge A 120 EFI55555555555555 55555555 SSIRSQEE Y-.i e A EF' 5 55 A Llc' . 5 5 5 5 5 E2 fin E , OFFICERS LEVI MAODONALD ............... ...... C aptain 'SFI CLYDE TILEY. . ........... ..... M anager 'SFI FRED SEFTON ................. ..... C oach 5 EF I PERSONNEL 'SFI LEVI MACDONALD ..................... Captain, Ouyiield EE HAROLD MILLER. ........ 1 ............ . ........ Infield ji, EARL PFEIFLE. . . ..,... Capt. Elect, Inneld EE ROBERT MILIKEN. . . ............. I . I nfield EE HAYES JENKINS ...... ............ I nfield THEODORE WILLIHAMS .... ....... I njield 'IF' WILLIAM FIRICK ...... ...... O ugield EF RICHARD QUALTERS. ...... Outzield EFI HARRY MAI-IONEY. .... ...... O uqield HZ. CECIL CUNNINOHAM ..... ....... P itcher Hg' EDWIN KREGENOW.. .... ...... C atcher JAY GEORGE ......... ...... C atcher E CLYDE TILEY ...... ..... M anager 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 EH I 55555 55555555 I-.affaefga-HSS '..IwI 35 an EE 55 :S 552 IR an 52 I5 IIE 52 5-2 era Ha 52 Sa as E L. F7 55555555555555555555555555555555 121 I I I Season 1oz4 Even though conditions were anything but favorable, the largest squad in Akron University's baseball history, reported to Coach Sefton for spring practice. Due to the fact that part of the stadium was being regraded, no home games had been scheduled and for this reason also practice was held on a narrowed held. With this, and continued rain and cold weather, it can readily be seen that Captain lVIc- Donalds boys secured their early training under most discouraging circumstances. While the baseball season was not a great success, neither was it a failure. Some of the best teams in the State were met and Akron played creditably against all of them. Sefton's main worry was his pitching staff which was new and untried. As the season progressed Cunningham proved himself to be the only reliable hurler. AKRQN 5 - RESERVE 4 Akron won the first game of the season at Cleveland from Reserve by a score of 5-4. The game was a pitchers' battle between Captain McDonald and jack Davis and was turned in as an Akron victory because of several timely hits inthe fifth and ninth innings. A belated Reserve rally fell short in the ninth inning and the game ended in Akron's favor. The contest was played on a cold, cloudy day but was well attended. ' Akron ..., . . O00 O40 001 5 o 5 Reserve ........................ .. OOO 000 031 4 10 2 McDonald, Kregenowg Davis, Thomas. AKRON ll -HIRAM 12 The Hiram game was one of those weird struggles in which anything is liable to happen. Hiram won 12-ll even though Akron staged a vicious rally in the ninth inning which netted five runs. Sefton used his entire pitching staff to no avail. A high wind made fielding a fifty-fifty proposition and Akron's offenses along this line were as costly as they were numerous. Cilass was on the Mound for Hiram and although not up to his usual standard, he lasted the entire game. Bill Eirik's home run swat into a ravine in left field was the sensation of the game. Many Akron rooters traveled to Hiram for the game. Akron .... .. 021 030 005 ll lo 9 Hiram .... ........................ 0 oO O03 30x l2 ll 4 Howe. Boedecker, Cunningham, Kregenow, Cveorgeg Class, McCullough. 122 AKRON 2 - GOODYEAR 7 In our only home game of the year we met defeat at the hands of the Goodyear Industrials 7-2. jack Coombs, a veteran of many years of hurling battles, was on the mound for Goodyear and held Akron safely throughout. Ceese Cunningham opposed him and found the breaks continually going the wrong way. Five Akron errors at most inopportune moments gave Good year several unearned runs. There was but a small crowd on hand to see the game which was played on a soggy diamond. Akron ...... .. 000100010 2 75 Goodyear .......................... 102 102 10x 7 12 3 Cunningham, Kregenow, Georgeg Combs, Sullivan. AKRON 5- OBERLIN ll The Oberlin game had been counted an Akron victory but Oberlin mixed the dope considerably by taking an easy victory of ll-5. Hayes jenkins started on the hill for Akron but found the going tough and was succeeded by Cunningham who checked the Oberlin assault. A shift in the Akron line-up failed to provide a batting punch and Pitcher Adams took things easy until relieved in the seventh inning. The game was played in ideal football weather but was attended by a large crowd 584 Akron ............................ 000 110 030 Oberlin ........................,.. 003 620 00x ll 13 2 Jenkins, Cunningham, Kregenowg Adams. AKRON 3 - ASHLAND 4 Akron came back strong after the Oberlin defeat and played their best defensive game of the year at Ashland. The downstaters were able to push over a 4-3 victory in the tenth inning because of their big batting punch, a thing which Akron lacked. Cunningham was given excellent support during the entire game. He found an able opponent in Kiefer who has faced Akron for the past few years. The contest came to an abrupt end in the tenth when lVlcClintock and Schnurck doubled in succession. The game was featured by a great catch by Qualters in deep center in the ninth inning, and by Millers three timely hits. Weather conditions were ideal for the first time this year. Akron ...... .................... 0 10 101 000 0 3 9 1 Ashland .... .. 002 000 010 1 4 11 3 123 AKRON 7 - WOGSTER 8 Under a blazing Decoration Day sun, and before the largest crowd of the season, Akron went down to an 8-7 defeat after the most weird battle ever played between Wooster and Akron at Severance Stadium. Akron found difficulty in getting started and then when once started they were unable to stop Wooster. The lead see-sawed back and forth throughout the entire game-both sides claiming victory at the end of every inning. ln the tenth McDonald tripled with one on and scored a moment later on jenkin's single. Costly errors back of McDonald, who had followed Cunningham to the mound in the last of the tenth, allowed two victorious Wooster runs to trickle in. The game was featured by Starn's pitching and hitting for Wooster, and Cunning- ham's steady hurling, along with Miller and jenkins timely swats. They each got three hits. Coach Sefton used his entire squad in an attempt to stave off defeat. A peculiar jinx follows Akron and Wooster, this being the fourth year that they have played extra inning games in Severance Stadium. - Akron ..... .. 200 000 122 0 7 13 6 Wooster ..... ........... ...,... 0 2 0 200 O12 l 8 10 1 AKRON 8 - MT. UNIGN 0 ln the last game of the year Akron reached the peak of its form in defeating Mt. Union 8-0. Aided by tight support in the pinches Cunningham turned in his best game, allow- ing only four scattered hits. Mt. Union playing their first year of conference baseball after a layoff of several years, faltered behind Lefty Miller and Akron found little difficulty in scoring in the last few innings. Capt. McDonald, Kregenow and Miller had a big day at the bat. Akron ,..........................,. lll 000 032 8 13 5 Mt. Union .... .. 000 O00 000 O 4 3 124 Z! WQMENS ATHLETICS Teachers College Arts College v TEACHERS COLLEGE Ams COLLEGE Womens athletics at the University of Akron reached a greater stage of develop- ment this year than ever before. Under the direction of Miss Sarah Dunckley, a varied sport program has been followed out through the different seasons which has enabled every girl in the University to have an opportunity of taking part in some one sport at least. ln the future as facilities improve, Miss Dunckley hopes to elevate women's athletics to even a higher plane. One of the greatest steps forward in the benefit of her program was accomplished this year when the athletic board voted to admit a woman representative as one of their members. This gives the women a voice in the control and management of the University's athletic activity. Another step forward is the plan to give girls insignias in recognition of their participation in sports. The basis of awarding these has not been worked out as yet. Not only are womens athletics beneficial as health builders but they are also means of forming close ties of friendship among the girls. SOCCER Playing without their full quota of players, the Arts College lost to the Teachers College by a 2-O score in the championship battle. The Teachers displayed a much smoother running attack which was partly offset by the fight of the Arts College women. Horning scored a goal in the first quarter and Ritch in the last. Cooper ............. . . . Master fCaptainD .... . . . Moore. . Horning ......... . . . Holub, Royer ...... , . . Quigley, Holman .... . . . Chenot, Cranz ..... . . . Conway, Ritch ..... . . . C. LC1... RC ..... .... LG ..... .... RE ...... .... 2ndC .... .... LH ..... .. RH. .... Corice Brady Swanson Corbet Kepple Hoffman Smyers, Barber ..... . . LF. . Aspel Wagner, Haines .... . . .RF. . . . . . .Rhodes Rausch .......... . . .C. . . Hardy forwardg Jessie Rhodes, centerg Intramural Basketball, 1oz4 Captain june Rausch's non- t sorority girls waded through all opposition to win the 1924 women's intramural basketball championship. They competed successfully against every soror- ity in the university. The roster of the championship team was as follows: june Rausch, Cap- tain and forwardg Irene Minter, Irene 1-Iorning, guardg Evelyn Burns, guard. 1925 CLASS BASKETBALL Sophomores. 17 juniors .... . 2 Seniors ..... O Erosh ...... 18 Sophomores. 19 Seniors. . . . . 2 .I uniors ..... 3 Erosh ...... 13 Seniors ..... O juniors ..... 19 Sophomores. 19 Erosh ...... 7 The sophomores, under Cap- tain june Rausch, experienced little difficulty in winning the class championship. They won all their games by large scores. JUNE RAUSCH, Capt., rf. MAsTERs, lf. 1 CooPER, c. I-IORNING, l . BURNS, rg- g JUNE RAUSCH'S NON-SORORITY GIRLS HOCKEY TEACHERS 3 - ARTS 0 The Teachers College scored an exciting 3-O victory over the Arts College in the championship hockey battle. The contest was evenly fought in the hrst half but in the second half "Cebe" Cooper slipped over two chuckers and Lucille Master made a thrilling dash almost the length of the field for a score. It was probably the most sensational play of the year. Captain Moore also played well for the Teachers and Burns, I-Iunsicker, and Corice were the outstanding players for the Arts College. S0131-IOMORES 2 - FROSI-I 0 The sophomores won the class championship in the hockey tournament by defeat- ing the frosh 2-0 in a closely contested match. The sophomores, playing with better teamwork, slowly but surely outplayed their younger sisters. Captain Moore, Chenot, and Raley played well for the sophs. Cooper and Master scored the goals for the second year girls. ' Hunsicker, I-Iolub, I-Iaines, and Barber proved themselves the strongest players for the freshies. 'A i g 127 1925 WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM SQUAD Womens Rifle Team ' A About 50 girls responded to Lieutenant Coo1ey's flrst call for spring, firing in competition for positions on the Ciirls' Rifle Team. Because of the lateness in organizing the team, the girls will have but one match this springg it will be with the University of Dklahoma. Challenges have been received from the University of Nebraska, The Akron Rifle Club, and the Men's Rifle Team of the University of Akron. A11 firing is done over the regulation 50 foot indoor range at the standard N, R. A. 50 foot targets, with standard iron sights. At present the Womens Rifle Team is the only sport in which the girls represent Akron University in competition with our colleges. Although the Rifle Team is yet in its infancy, this being the second year of its existence, there have been several good rifle women developed. Last year Mildred Hoffman, Ruby Hardy, and Ada Bordner made perfect scores of 100 out of 100 while firing from the prone position. RECORDS FOR 1925 Prone-99 out ofa possible 100: NEVA HoLIvIAN HELEN KEPPLE LoTTIE PURDY Sitting-Q7 out of a possible 100: LOTTIE PURDY CA'I'HERINE PFAFF Kneeling-40 out ofa possible 50' ADA BORDNER R 1 PLE SQUAD MEMBERS lVlII,DRED HOFFMAN ELIZABETH RICHARDS LAURA XVILLIAMS GERALDINE LANG CAROLA .JACKSON HELEN KEPPLE HELEN SVVANSON MARGARET XVORTHINGTON ELEANOR HAINES MARIoN ASPELL HELEN SULLIVAN ALICE PFAFF NEVA HOLMAN ELMA CORICE RUTH WALTZ RUBY HARDY ADA BORDNER LIEUTENANT IQENTON P. COOLEY ORGANIZATIONS , 1 - 1- 1 1 1 - ' - -I 4 ,. 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I .,w-mg., JI.. 77, ..gg I 'I . 11 I I .I ,Ig I1. -1-fag. 1' XI -qw 4 1 11.2 -W'--1" 11:1u1:'i1.1... fl 1 , ... . if-713' I - J f11 - 'CQ I' , I - an . I IW,-.' '- 1I Qu., '1 ,I.1 ca my ,'.-I Iv "I1?i4'1- 11 1 - .I ' :Ln - : Y , .1 1.111 ' .' 1- .,, . M 1.1 1 ' - - 1 1' ' . r'5'Qf"-11'-1 114. . - 1 " ' '- fm, I..I4. ' ,XII I 1 IQ M1 1 ,HI .I I,u-341 I I V. E! 11. 514.- 'A Q' nlbh. . un L 1 I iv V' Q ' "mmm-lk? ',.' nivkahf. I ".1Z5"'5f:::.' ' I',.1 Y faif. .Lllihma ..'.. .-1 . 'wnn-u-.n ' Jlul. .lrw1rll1':1:-'mivulmlvnq Fraternities at the University of Akron Honor Societies Phi Sigma Alpha Lance and Helmet Phi Sigma Pi Kappa Delta R. L. S. Quill Club Sigma Upsilon Theta Phi Omicron Delta Kappa Alpha Phi Gamma Sigma Pi Sigma Gwls Club Pi Gamma Mu Chi Delta Phi Square and Compass Professional Fraternities Sigma Tau Kappa Delta Pi National Fraternities Kappa Kappa Gamma Delta Gamma Phi Mu Alpha Gamma Delta Local Fraternities Sigma Delta Theta Kappa Alpha Sigma Phi Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Epsilon Kappa Sigma Chi 129 Alpha Epsilon Phi Phi Delta Theta Lambda Chi Alpha Commons Club Alpha Sigma Omicron Chi Theta Tau Sigma Beta Nu Phi Kappa Rho Resume Within the past year there have been five new fraternities established at the University of Akron, in addition the Dhio Epsilon chapter of Phi Delta Theta was re-established after twenty-eight years of absence. lt was granted to the local fraternity of Zeta Alpha Epsilon. Of the five new fraternities established here, four CSigma Tau, Chi Delta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, and Pi Gamma Mub are national honorary fraternities of good rating. The fifth new organization is Kappa Sigma Chi, a men's local social fraternity. Stray Greeks ALDEN CRAwFoRp Beta Theta Pi RALPH CORL Sigma Nu ALFREDA EASTMAN Delta Delta Delta FREDERIC EASTMAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon MYRON MoRoENRoTH Zeta Beta Tau RICHARD WHITE Alpha Tau Gmega 130 'M 5 : ,KX f ,ml ' 1 1 'Mfgr ' ' ' NM K gif! 5 I Qsyxl . NQHIEJ ' X 1 15 "fi ---Z' MER jk , . . .Fl , I F X 4 'I i 1 - 49.4 , A 'ff ' J ' - ...AT i ffl' ..-ig-F pl' l-, ,-14 km ' Ella!!-f-:,?r - , .A - -l , ll ,....1.--- g -1 - -W li I I-IONORAR I ES Phi Sigma Alpha 1910 Faculty Members DR. PARKE R. PQOLBE President of the University DEAN ALBERT I. SPANTON Dean of Bachtel College DR. JOSEPH C. ROORWELL Professor of Latin and Greek DR. JOHN L. JONES Professor of Mathematics DR. AMON B. PLOVVMAN Professor of Biology 1925 Student Alernbers MARGARET FANNING HELEN NIEMAN ESTHER DLTNFORD LULU SMITH MILDRED ROBERTS EVELYN I-loss ALTON WELLS FRANK CARMAN ROBERT RI3'IER RALPH DICKERHOOF Phi Sigma Alpha iS a Scholastic honorary fraternity founded at the University of Akron to recognize and honor those students who have maintained a high scholastic average for their entire academic work in college. Students must have attended the University fOr at least three and a half years in Order to be eligible tO election and must have an average of 8892 or better. 132 X, x A Q , S ., -mf wg-5551 :gag ' ww?-. 5 7' f --V -M A :rm - 4.1. . . ' X X ,- 1 mn .1 . x ,C .X W. N ww .ff Aw - f n 3.1 .. X. N FY Q 'L"'i'3 I , ' 4 K. 0 P., 5 V "" NIJ. YA . A ww Q 1' X26 ffl X 5: :gb :Q Q. ' : r X Q N N393 -33, 5 X K. . X wi .:5x f4.:-f A l- Q - 'Q , x S. k ,TSS A K ' I D , .Q X Sum' N 1' X www ., 1' ' - f Sy ir. ', . ..z.,H Q xx an Wm' xv 1 L fi 1 X ws YN vw? , -xv 5. wwf. .Shaw x- f M nv-YN Q 94' - fi3QGi?A fx X' m y my :i .W K 5 4 qw, I xx af asian -, YQ' ...Q 'r A. 2 .' Q WELLS FANNINC Syvum CARMAN NIEMAN ROBERTS DMQKERHOQF RIMER DUNFORD I-loss 133 X Sigma Tau Pl-ll CHAPTER 1924 KL Q T FRED E. AYER Dean ofthe Engineering College THEODORE HARRINGTON Ross WILSON WILLIAM GLASS LESTER COLE EUGENE SALBER HAROLD I-IOCH OSCAR LIMBACH THOMAS SAUTER Sigma Tau is a national honorary engineering fraternity. lt was established at the University of Akron last December and the charter given to the old honorary fraternity of OHM. Sigma Tau elects its men on the basis of Scholarship, activities, and personality. 134 f . . X -Q 1 , wy SX-wsfcz ,m,, if . X W my ww gig X lf" fx X E MQSWMLK,-gal ,.,, A x Q58 slay? xv: Ml? V: K wlcuszyrpi 6 jj? ww , 56,3 .ft Q I N a Q' . 'im fi, Q -I kwa Mg"'3i,,,f1 Li, wr? 'inf , W ,Q - - Q - af- ,182 ,4 5324 ig Sfzs, X' "7 -P . ,Q r 1 . ,gs 3 , 1 .' QQ? 2 x w' ,Q ' - t , ZX" , 4 1 . , , 7 ? ,f V 1 M Q ,. . fy! A Q ' V56 N 1 WVR S: gg, , 4 1 wx' ,. .4- "' 'ff ,ww A ,Q N- ,Q Mxvs . 5 Q 1, ,. B 1 0 Q X - Q X A , Q , v R K 5 ? 4 W. K E of F' X I 1 X 1 Q W 2 km , ,4,. ., M ff G24 f A My ,sible 3 My QA V M9242 ' uv gif? ,f W E5 L v av 3 fig? ' 3,5 Q' 9, AX f ,, y ,W f W wh A,i'S,QgSwf RG! 5.2: 5, , 4 2. GLASS HARRINGTON SAUTER SALBER WILSON COLE HOCH LIMBACH 135 Lance and Helmet 1919 if ALBERT SPANTON Dean ofthe College of Liberal Arts AMON PLOXVMAN Professor of Biology WILLIANI FIRICK RAY WILKINSON RAY SHAFFER HAROLD MILLER HAROLD THOMAS CARL STOMP CECIL CUNNINOHAM THEODORE EBERHARD Lance and Helmet is a junior honorary fraternity choosing its men on a basis of activities. Those men who have, during their sophomore year, proven themselves to be outstanding leaders are rewarded by election. Men chosen are active members only during their junior year. 136 I I I ,ul Vs I va If ,-. '- 9 1 if-I i ,.j 3 -L I F- i A S I ., I I 2 T- E 7 . ."' 5 f . I . I J.. I ' I .L 1 5 ! 2 I - , X.- I L -I 5, ax. I j 5 I TL ..,, Q I .v I If -3-I .4 I 'ET 1. ! M2-.1 I e , I gl.- J S L... .1 - 2 .37 ' F- : ,Wi .J G ,.. ,J JW Y' LI., .., II 1... 'VI .. . L., I J I ,-.. I s bj 5 . -1-1 I 2 I I"' I 1 ..' I f I I- 'P A,,, I A W' "" .i gf , Hem.: I ff' ., ' I Q we ' I 'I' :wx 'J 'Ge "'- .TNQ ' , as , ILQQIN I 5 1 sx 55? gg -E I ' 1,2 f 'P-Q12 ,gal - - I gi: Q , 5 3a 'ff, Pghffp "Q M If fri" ix Wil, I ., ww, 6 f7g,m,gg 9, I I' gs v2-wgg mv- ew-If 4 ' gf u3 V1 ' 1 I ff ,MIM I ,, Wk., ,145 Liss, M, IK, I I ,, W S ,II - -gg A "" f 5, cf af ?W I4 my ' :fix I s , my wi A f M I 2, I ' I If , ff .vamswm SHAFFER CUNNINGHAM MILLER WILKINSON THOMAS I I I - I . I I 137 Pierian Sorority 1923 1 gl if .Rc 1 fx, ,ff Ni I' IRENE GRIFFITHS EDNA l-ILTNSICKER NOLA PFEIFLE SARA WILKINSON HELEN lVlILLER MARGARET SANDERSON LEONA SMITH RUTH WALTZ DOROTHH' l'iLINE DOROTHY BURGE The Pierian Sorority is a womens junior honorary society, recognizing those girls who have shown exceptional ability in their studies and activities during their freshman and sophomore years. lvlembers are chosen on Tree Day. 138 , wiifgve we vi I W fi NF, W! fsliifx ,. a w,?'?iY32. - :wx , xx MX-if .Li mf Mi 'fs A Q Ssgmi f'w wr' .1 is . 2. Y 5 9 . 1 f Q M M mf ,, X L. fs. . f I , md Lx x X. ws? J QQ ,X " "Q vw, xf.ig,jf?..l't x .Q wk Jw 'fx M A., I sv bm N if elk , ' az, V AA, na 2 , w Q Q ML' .pr Q Q ,Wx 2 X ,QL ta T3 ,Q 1 1? -4 Y i Q i wi A A-., , A 3:-41,,'i:"5 'K , 'F' If fl 14 i ' 4, J Q f - 1 T 24916 ., am, ' 2. I ff, f, f 1-915 4413117 'Sw'-+d:,,.S:'2,F, . 2- ' W ' I an 'f - ze' mfg 4 ,.L.,i-:A-:j"',: ""' ew ,. 1? T ,ESM fs, 8 L.. :T K fr, A , . . 1 ..L,,aw 1 3 . C I ' A M- Qifs, Em- 'Q Q ' 5 N Y ev. 'avi 1 3 , ' 'e it - L , 5 H: .z 'f ' I flsifzb- 4 1 , ,vi -hagyxe fw- V .4 ' ' Jung, SMITH I-IUNSICKER WALT! GRIFFITHS PFEIFLE XVILKINSON 139 MILLER IxL1NE BURCE Ornicron Delta Kappa Tl-IETA CIRCLE K 1022 Ci ,1 w a"" if- fx 2995? I f I -I X Y i- '41 ALBERT SPANTON Dean of the College of Liberal Arts EARL CRECRAFT Professor of Economics l-IEZZLETON SIMMONS Professor of Chemistry DENNIS PALMQLIIST lqENNETH MASON PAUL SANDERSON ,IAMES QATTS HAROLD REITER THEODORE HARRINGTON HAYES JENKINS OSCAR LIMBACH LESTER COLE EUGENE DENNING Omicron Delta Kappa is a national honorary fraternity recognizing those men who have been good Scholars and at the same time participated in college activities. Men are elected on a merit basis only and only those who have been in School at least two years are eligible to election. 140 Mxsxw. nf 4 n , , ci NSN ,JW A My iff? fb' , , ' if -WK ' " Mk , ,fa , 'Q N Q z z mga vm' H 1, , I y ,X V2 X16 , Q 4 Vw . . . NL QQ 54 5 V gl 9 gf ggwf W. gi W? 4 X ZMXMX Z, - Q4 K ,vnanq OATTS PALMQUIST IXfIASON JENKINS COLE Rm TER SANDERSON HARRINGTON SMITH DENNINC LIMBACH 141 Phi Sigma ETA CHAPTER 1921 if-xii' ' PN L ,gi P-ffl AMoN PLOWMAN Professor of Biology ROLLAND FOX Instructor in Biology DONALD DARRAH Graduate Assistant in Biology WALTER KRAATZ Instructor in Biology IRENE GRIFFITHS MARJoR1E HASSENFLUE PAULINE HENRY STATES MCCOY CARL liRILL ADA BORDNER LYDIA KOLBE ERNEST SNYDER KATHRX'N TEEPLE BYRON LARABEE RALPH RASOR BERTSYL KEELER Phi Sigma is an honorary biological fraternity. lt has chapters at most of the larger universities and colleges. lts members are elected on the basis of interest and high scholastic standing in the biological sciences. Members are chosen from the junior classes who have passed at least sixteen hours of biology with a grade of eighty-Five or better. 142 .. .I .mg 'W ' iff- A4 J. . my 1. Qgwpm u gg . s,. Q X- . W .1 N ,X,,x . M V ...W , 7 ' i f -if, ef 15. 1 . if was A 'f M 9 i x , 4 - X bf 3' 525'-'V 3 J Q' Y-r xexxlxkg' m333.gjQvg,,.' . g ,Q . Q gui' gg.. ,M N.-WM V ,Wg 3 wig f gig L. gyms. f".-we X S, x ik Le is X 2 vw w mx, l iv 2 5 . A S M 4 w im X4 ,Q -Q .gif 237 , v . 3: X- A 23, X, Pl 'nw N mi :QA f 1 , ., .24 .Mn Ska T 4 if W . -3 , - - ":fav::p15?1-:Q '- ' , R ... S xv ,M M, ff u 1 'Q"41p..' Mgr me o0" 1-A-di Q " if f- if f 9. Q. 7 . 4 1 M 393 M v A X - 5? " X 4 W ' fm I svaixkxivzxwm , -s,.mf-4.-,::-. , vim , P, f 15.0, .,., ., ,.. u x my., 1 X 4 . ig? 1:35 4 3 A, K Q13 ,MMV 246 f 'mf , MVJL ' ' W W Q . if ff -Q ' . vqqg! . ww'-M 1 , ' , Y , G f ' c , 'WF ' -' X K . , 1' FN- X'-,WN ,f x ,- 'J , A Agig zf. x. 'K V23 454 ,sk 5 -2 4-iw W., A GRIFFITHS KRILI. HENRY IVICCOY LARABEE IQARAM TEEPLE RASOR I-IASSENFLUE SNYDER BORDNER 143 Sigma Upsilon LANTHORNE CHAPTER 1921 'X Associate Afember FRANK GRISMER, A.lVI. Instructor in English THEODORE EBERHARD ALEXANDER SMITH NEWPORT WALKER ROBERT RIMER RALPH FAILOR JOHN HARDING Sigma Upsilon is a national honorary literary fraternity recognizing exceptional ability and interest in literature. Election is made on a merit basis entirelyg manuscripts are submitted and those deserving recognition for the value of the work submitted are invited to membership. 144 -, -. 1 X 1.4. I .J . -ik ., L4. -. Lf, ' --. , Z' if-' ', 1" ...A :V U-JI' .f- L., if aM'5"": .JJ is .... .1- 53 ,,.k...,..,,....:.::. , ,h. , Eb sv K , 5 x X K 1 ri , M G Q z 1 1 Q A Q 4 M Y fzfi x wx, X , - x .X.,.,, , , . .: . Q, x gm." 35 A f . SQ, "X lib A f- Q X ff W1 Q, ,gf f bg, ,. , f b -Q H ,.,, , , 4 ,Q 'f ' , Q, I x ,v,QfQ..f.f24...zm,faa4a,,zi?,'fZwiZli.,fl'f9,flQ.M-.2Q..y..W '.,Q,,,.,,...i..i,L,L,Lf,.Q?.g 2' wg, 4, U Q w , f Q , Qi f f ,, .15 , X1 ,! Vw yn' ,ics . , M, , 4. ax ,Q fr ' . A -, ' K. ,Q ' SVN 2 'YI ,JWQ , sv , " wa Q 'V . 17:22 H S, A 1 ,A A 4 Z ,- , , , J . i2SQ:4ff' . ' -W Que. , . sw am 3. 'Z '52 34 f ,Q 2 ML J Wm W P , 5 f ,, 4, ff f zf A sw ' mf , ,j fi X af. Abd, f , if r 1 .,x i .qt RIMER WAI,KER FAILOR EBERHARD BROWN 145 993 Pi Kappa Delta 1922 C 51417 jf" PEARL VANICA MIRIAM l'lOLL'B D FREDERIC EASTMAN ANNA LANGERMAN LESTER COWAN FREIDA SCHLTTT MURRAY PIGENSCHER PAUL HAMPP ROY BENNETT Pi Kappa Delta is a national honorary forensic fraternity recognizing ability and participation in collegiate and inter- collegiate debating. Selection of members is made solely upon their participation and the quality of work clone on the debating team. Affirmative Negative Women vs. Hiram-won 2-1 Men vs. I-Iiram-lost 17-24 Men vs. Ohio Northern-won 2-l Men vs. Muskingum-lost 3-0 Men vs. Wittenberg-lost 1-0 Men vs. Heidelberg-lost 2-1 Men's Ajirmative W0men's A,1jzlfmGfiU6 M'en's Negative MURRAY FIGENSCHER lVlIRIAM I-loLUB PEARL VANICA RoY BENNETT ANNA LANGERMAN FREDERIC EASTMAN PAUL HAMPP FRIEDA SCHLITT LESTER COVVAN GILBERT DILLY LOUIS lVlANES 14-6 M .I I 'fs H55 M U: H9 Qi ..z1 wJ 4 U' an -W W L-7 -fl gil ,H 115 if lu -fu ilif ME if-I ' Nr-5' igighf viii V3.3 ? W' V Juiifgi EW V IMI? fa, V' ffl? Zi il i AI GULL. Shi I 3, 'Q' NET 13, SPLIT I WIT IW H1 Ll: !5?...i 5 EUS N f 35,11 ,if T' fifiifi EFA? ,lm ilgidq Wir ll IE .1 .Q 5151 f' i: ln 321 ' il 1 WIFI ,yr 3,1-E 'J ,I ,.. I bw Q 'E L11 syml s zxkgwi 115 'mf li is iyglfi ff1'j,' 1 ,. .. . ..,., . . 'Q 'Q if nf' ' Q "TSW WZ "T ---- ' " " ' ' -' 3. . i Mx: ' ' T .,,,. mg? I 6342! 2? pi, rut BENNETT FIGENSCHER V ANICA EASTMAN COWAN I l -,I..J!,,44ol'l!' " ' ' 5 , A A . ,- ...- U... 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CRAY THEODORE EBERHARD HAYES JENKINS RALPH FAILOR EUGENE DENNING HAROLD REITER Alpha Phi Gamma is a national honorary journalistic fra- ternity recognizing attainment in publications and journalistic work. 150 Chi Delta Phi Tl-IORNBUSH CHAPTER 1925 C A, ,A, i ' AM, ,, rf-Q 'ii . .. er fu """""' ,Q f-7 , fi ,, , . ,.v ,349-Q S,,,,e K . 9. it V, x K 4 .Q 52, :fm ' f X . ' i za- , F X ., 'N 2 W A 1 -f 2 M, . 9 N.. ,- .A sf A , Q ,Q , 'ws 5 f, -- W 7 A rp, .7-'.":+ -v gn' for ey: If V if fy 2, i-Pe, ftp. , f r f --f- - ,, . . .. , ,, , 'S :ri 2' it '11 YQ. fi 'Y X M! ,,- V 9, ifxswf, if KUENZLI RorHscHii,n CADDEN TUCKER OLMSTEAD DoRoTHY KUENZLI ELEANoR OLMSTEAD ALICE TUCKER DOROTHY CADDEN FRANCES ROTHSCHILD Chi Delta Phi is a national honorary literary sorority, being a sister organization of Sigma Upsilon. Its members are chosen for their exceptional ability and attainments in literary work. The present members are charter members of the Thornbush Chapter. l5l S X I Sigma Pi Sigma 1923 ALTON WELLS FRANCIS GLASHEEN RALPH DICKERHOOF RUSSELL AUTEN THEODORE EE-ERHARD NEWPORT WALKER LEVI MACDONALD CONRAD ENGWALL CHARLES RHODENBALIGH Sigma Pi Sigma is an honorary military fraternity. It chooses its members On a merit basis with scholarship, character, and interest in the R.O.T.C. being necessary for qualification. Elec- tion takes place on Tree Day. l52 A ' bf V 'A -- , YV 1 ,. ,. H Z . - ,ga-4. M :,l 4 I, 2 133, Q. , X V , L , ' f 4 5 A 1 ' wr WA, , N .3 - fa -1:6 ,' 4 N ,, W . 4 li 3, ' 'xy Q L .bww QV: Ax, Q, Q W, ' vii if ,my fy X1 5? ', ' 5 inn EBERHARD GLASHEEN RHODENBAUGH ENGNVALL WELLS WALKER AUTEN MACDONALD DICKERHOOF 153 Kappa Delta Pi 1925 DR. GEORGE L. HAYES Faculty Advisor Student Members JOHN MEARIO MARY JANE ROTHROCK lRENE GRIFFITHS MARGARET ZINK FRANK MILLER Lois HAYES l'lARRlET HIPKINS JACOB NAUGLE ALBERTA WALTZ F. L. SIMMONS ROBERT RIMER MAROURITE PLACE GLADYS WALDKIRCH Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary teachers fraternity conferring honor on those students of the teachers profession who have shown themselves to be outstanding in their attainments and work. Scholarship is of primary importance in the selection of members. 154 ,fi ., ,L -lr' Ss? Lib fwbwif Q 'Simi .?:fXf' 4 LA. 5 ,. L xx ,., 1 lf L if , V 4 I M4 - -I , Q .iv wh ff, gf W " Q , XQX Q i QW? I ,.,f, 5 11,1 1 ,, 29 W , ia- - X 'f ew A fm. L W WW ANMWV' . www RIMER NVALTZ GRIFFITHS IXAEARIG HIPKINS ROTHROCK PLACE MILLER I-IAYES ZINK NALVGLE 155 WZ w 5 M' wg A Pi Gamma Mu GHIO ALPHA CHAPTER DR. A. B. PLOWMAN DR. GEO. L. HAYES DR. L. W. DAVIS DR. O. E. GLIN MRS. LYDIA KOLBE MRS. DORA HARPER MAUDE HERNDON INEZ PARSHALL GLADYS PARSHALL WALTER HAYDEN DOROTHY CADDEN 1925 'QM be . V Q,., Faculty Members DEAN ELIZABETH THOMPSON DEAN A. I. SPANTON PROP. E. M. MODERMOTT PROF. DON GARDNER ROLLAND D. FOX Alumni Members CLARA BROUSE MRS. CHARLOTTA WILLIAMS ESTHER HOLLINGSWORTH MRS. BLANCHE TWISS MRS. ESTHER FRYE Student Members EVELYN HOSS LOIS HAYES MILDRED ROBERTS Pi Gamma Mu, a recently Organized Social Science honorary fraternity, has established its first chapter in Ohio at the Univer- sity of Akron. Its purpose iS to recognize those who have excelled in Social Science Studies. Its aim is to follow Phi Beta Kappa in recognizing Scholarship. 156 I Lx.. f N-.V-.W I I iw. -.-, .1 -W-, a..,.., x-. ,.. 1 r W. .. .,... .. ,.g,,,,,M,,,, ,-, Q wx? fi 5 WX Q Q Q' X A f X4 X x QQ. 1, Q X S ' x , . k Wy, Q , . 5 Ng, ,, M.. "'f .nz x , ..,. , x. X, . A 'Nik ' ' ,qw ,.,vm,, w Mit' Xxx. . 35' 'if ' R J "K 1 P42 x f 2 1- ' , g, Q HW Wx x ww Mes' W' ,qw x V X, ,M x Q Rm gjissw, ix 2 I ,iw r N 1 . . , i '.- ,, V r J f A A fvsqg x ' 'iff-V, x,"i:'.j,E3Z Q ,Q g ..: 5 1 Jw' Y. ,,': SPANTON THOMPSON OLIN I-loss I-IAYDEN Fox ROBERTS CADDEN P w 4 157 ss, 4 OWVS Clulo 1923 ,5i.R,:...v,,,:-A :foxy vii.. ms. . N11 mfqftggyfs- Qs-?3x+Cz3?Hssm?fsr-. ' XANKQ Sl--R' RW A-MAR, E fs- Y Q , so 1 -A ifcmf T. W 4 J . 537 A QL 5 R' -fs' 'Y " ' ig , LESTER COLE VAN BRIMMER VANICA COWAN LINCOLN C,Ol.E LIMBACH GEORGE L. HAYES, P1-LD. Professor of Education JACQUES BREITENBUCHER, AB. Assistant Instructor of Modern Languages PEARL VANICA LINCOLN COLE LESTER COWAN QSCAR LIMBACH LESTER COLE HOWARD LANSINGER RALPH VAN BRIMMER BERTSYL KEELER HAROLD CAMPBELL The Ow1's Club iS an honorary Organization recognizing Students who have earned their way through College. 158 uf .., 'J- 'MPR-E, fi L I, ,5 1 ,v if T .J 'I 1' Iwiliaagfzifs "A" Honor Key Awards ROY BENNETT LEOLA BRALEY THEODORE EEERHARD RALPH FAILOR WILLIAM FIRICK IRENE GRIFFITHS VERLIN JENKINS HAYES JENKINS EDWIN KREGENOW KENNETH MASON HAROLD MILLER LEVI MACDONALD JOHN MACKINNON HARRY MAHONEY EARL PFEIFLE HAROLD REITER THEODORE ROCKWELL RAY SHAFFER PAUL SANDERSON THOMAS STEVENS JOHN SMITH JEAN SMITH I-IAROLD THOMAS ALICE TUCKER JOHN WORTMAN PAUL WERNER ALBERT WERNER RUTH WALTZ JAMES GATTS MADOE WHIGAM "A" keys are awarded to those Students who have amassed ten honor points by their participation in college activitiesg points are given in proportion to the value of the activity. 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STINSON ANN RAYNOXV GLADYS LEONHARD WELTHA HERBIG NORA FLIRBAY HELEN CHENOT PEARL BRIGGS HELEN FAIRBANI45 MAE BRADY MILDRED KNOSKE Faculty Member Instructor in Home Economics Active Chapter PLUTH RALEY LORRAINE AUSTIN ALICE DEY ELIZABETH KAISER GRACE LYBARGER Pledges ENID MCCORMICK CATHRINE MOWRER JEANETTE NICNALTGHTON THELMA LAMBERT Post Graduates EULALIA FRAMPTON fi K :XI 172 337. ' f . fm 4-if THQ:-. ,fl-,z ' N-iff? I Iii 3, V RI RR 2 'mf -..,. ' .. we 154 .5 If .1-12 I ' 'A "3 1 4: f QW. ' 3? ? 1, f 0 4 I a RW 0 4 , A ww? I, W M58 f-an CHENOT FURBAY HERBIG RALEY , LEONHARD AUSTIN DEI' BRIGGS FAIRBANKS IQAISER MOWRER MCCORMICK LAMBERT BRADY 173 ZN1 ZFIUU Phi Kappa Delta 1922 F Q 1 E- A 3 if LL Faculty Member SARAH E. STIMMEL Director of the School of Home Economics Active Chapter DOROTHY SIMMONS JENNY LARSON AUDRA TENNY MARGARET FULTON CAROLA JACKSON WINIFRED CROSS ELIZABETH I-IACKETT MARETA lXlEW'BAUER ESTHER DUNFORD IRENE BRUBAKER LILLIAN CLINNINOHAM ESTELLE BLAKE MARJORY I-IASSENFLLIE LUELLA SCHMIDT EVELYN I-IOSS Pledges THELMA MITCHELL IONA PAY MAXWELL LILLIAN ALLMAN HELEN XVARNER MARGARET PIERSON JULIA AVERILL I74 c.,. - - 6:- A- -4 W3 ., A NA R ' S LL-. JEL 1 ,, A , g if' ..., v f 41 C Q t W m My My I 11. , I !i I ' wir Q QS. ii J, . ,,. ,.,, , . f , '- ff f N? ,A 6 x ,- wjgafq:-. f z ,, O ,, , fc, if 1 gf Q QW 4 P gw f 44 ,.x. , g,,. , Wg-Q.. ,,..., ,, A,Q,.:y,.,v .,f,,,, 4 560 A Q 1 v 'Rv SCHMIDT DUNFORD HOSS NEWBAUER BLAKE HASSENFLUE CUNNINGHAM BRUBAKER FULTON JACKSON TENNY HACKETT CROSS AVERELL WARNER MAXWELL ALLMAN LARSON PIERSON SIMMONS 175 ww . 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TQOLBE EARL CRECRAFT ROLLAND FOX DONALD DARRAH ROLLAND REED WALTER KROTZER FLOYD MAJOR OSCAR LIMBACH RAYMOND SHAEFER JAMES QATTS HAROLD REITER RUSSELL BAKER CECIL CUNNINGHAM HARRY SHAFFER JACK TQEPLER HAROLD THOMAS ROGER SHORT LOUIS CAHILL JEAN SMITH HARRY MAHONEY PERRY DEMMING JOHN THOMAS CURTIS PIARXVICK GEORGE ALDEN Phi Delta Theta OHID EPSILON CHAPTER 1848 -1875 Fratres in Facultate President ofthe University Professor of Political Science Instructor in Biology Graduate Assistant in Biology Fratres in Collegio Pledges 178 CLEMENT MASON JAMES ALPETER ROBERT BOWMAN PAUL BORDNER DELBERT HENNINGER DONALD LEONARD JOHN BUNNELL ERNEST KREGENOW ARTHUR KLINE RUSSELL BARRER ERIE CHAPMAN WILLIAM RUSSELL ROBERT LIBIS LYNN HEINZERLING SAMUEL BRYANT HENRY STALLINGS WILLIADII SULLIVAN WILLARD STRONG DEAN LEONARD ALPHEUS MARTY ff fs EPIIHI ali lil Al.,i'f7fI'11lfffl1T1l1l1ll11112ilIrI1lmmJ1unIzImInnIIInu n 'If Z i E! f'1!?"T?' ig V' I E 5 4- iz-1 ,Iii PZ ' I 2 V - A . -lE,11ggf51c- I A l' edu le '-H-la ii - ill sk.-19" T T 5 A ' ' Q -" " F ' --'-'ii' . 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STEVENSON Honorary Member JACQUES BREITENBUCHER Instructor in Modern Languages CARL STOMP LEVI MACDONALD PHILIP MILLER ROBERT HAGENBALTGH WILLIAM FIRICK EARL PFEIFLE ROBERT RIMER IRVIN NELSON JOSEPH SCHOCH DONALD DAMON DAVE ALLEN RALPH RASOR LAVVRENCE TAYLOR PAUL FLETCHER HAROLD SPAGHT CARL WENDT CHARLES BRASAEMLE WILLIARD BERRY PARK ROBERTS MYRON IQELSEY Fratres in Collegio Pledges 182 THOMAS STEWART HARRY WILLIABIS GEORGE WETZEL JAMES MILLER A LILLBLIRN JOHNSON HERBERT MOTE WALTER IQIRN WILLIAM ROSE BOYD HLIEF JOHN WX'LE PAUL BENN CLAIRE SAFRED CHARLES TEMPLETON EARL WRIGHT RONALD WHITE ROBERT WILLET HERBERT ZESIGER CHARLES WINANS WALTER RLITTMAN EARNEST IQAHLOR STUMP MILLER MACDONALD FIRICK RIMER PFEIFLE HAGENBAUGH SCHOCH DAMON ALLEN RASOR TAYLOR FLETCHER SPAGHT WYLE WETZEL J. MILLER JOHNSON MOTE ROSE HUEE KAHLOR BI-:NN SAFRED TEMPLETON WRIGHT WHITE WENDT BRASAEMLE WILLET ZESIGER WINANS RUTTMAN KELSEY 183 5 I .S f-. .,.. 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It is published each week by the efforts Of a staff cOmpOsed Of students Only. Every Student is a Subscriber tO the BUCHTELITE, fOr the cost Of a years subscription is included in the activity fee which must be paid before entering SchOOl. 200 W 2 - R ' 'i -, W . , ., ,- 'T , -- ' Q25 N , 1 f , u,,.N'?5' 1 x" st: x Y'-sf '-2 , , X ' sQ GQ H N5 Shri? ' 'F 'V f 134 '9:,:ff' " 75, -if" Q Q ,, ' f - Q .. ' x A f ' Q 7 2 , , SN- ' Q98 nik x A ,K fS4EsMf'i' 6 ww ' x 5 Lf away' Q ' 4 f -K, , -,X Q. .. QQ ai an :X : Q s ' - -,fl V34 Wy, wx, ,M '37, J ,f ,I V Q my 1 AS ww :Q .x yi, v, .' Q Am ex V' S-, , A, Q'-f f' 2 N . ' X 'Wai V ' ' KM :Q-Y was , fz ,, 5 A A X X K, X .V X V , if ,, , A f , if Q- I X ff I 4 , f . 7 5 ' wx P if ,K ' X 'Z ,. X , ,.f kv 53344,-1 Sag 35 ' f Q f g f ,f ,gy ,Q fh: .1 VLA MMA Q, - .1 1.,,: .g-V - ,, ,.,4'. -4??fF "' ' " "147sEj:',?-i:.,:1 'l ..,, ' Q29 , , t -, A, 4 fzi , fx .,. 5 A Q s My Q x Q59 Q ' Zi 3 www gk oh 4, Q ' .gawk 'Sli' Q 1 ' ' 1 3 X ? 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By making the publication an entirely student affair it attracts much interest. lt is published four times a year. Each issue is given a theme corresponding to the season of its publication. 202 The "A" Book Staf HAROLD REITER Editor-in-Chief RAYMOND SI-IAFFER Business Afanager RUTH SUPOWIT Assistant Editor VELMA POMEROY Assistant Editor JACK KEPLER Assistant Bus. Mgr. The "A" book is familiarly known as the freshman bible for in it are all the rules, customs, traditions, and facts concerning and regulating the actions of the students. An issue of the "A" book is compiled whenever the student council deems it necessary and a copy is given to each new student when he enters school. The Retort This is a paper issued by the members of the Chemistry Club and is devoted entirely to the interest of the club. Local as well as national chemical findings and information are included. Stal? THEODORE EBERHARD Editor-in-Chief DONALD WAC-STAFF Business Manager LOLA Fisn Art Editor 203 f ,gffk 'Wy 'M V 7 7 5 r 5 e eye' f 1 x ' WX A N1 V, f 'S R' e ff!! 1? sf 4 jg f if U , ' 5 f 'X V D ' Q gf Ze 4 Q 6 A f WP X , gary ., I 9 , s 223, 'V YVQA 31 f Nilkjgggf '44 ff 55523 V14 " 'y f f 1 V QM 43 1? Wav Informal Dance Committee Q' ,KVI L4 its .1 K A Z I 2? ' 5 gb A if K- - E S: M , V H , who -, ' ,g ., ,vm Jw 5 9 HERBERT SHINN PAUL SANDERSON THOMAS STEVENS junior Senior Sophomore Represenlalive Representative Representative 204 Q ff 'Qi af? I Z 'W ,,.,... - X Wg ff 3 0, 3 1, 1 u f 'S We fi :Q ti-L-,f 1.-:g.- SH' nl R JJ. '-"--:E'f"T"" i-: esl3:,:l'S':"T Wifi flh- '-',Ji5:'1 - M , . wg SX Q i f J ia! 1 M 1415 -1 J ...f W ' 4, '1 R +1 ff 4 ' vw L.-.. I' X 'ul :.f-ji-452' .L M X f' - f , -7 Q W Q2 f My " ' F uunulU""u A AV 'I i W ff' 5.111 g f ,V W! "ff . ,MM 7 1 if Xws , bl 'Ilunnnull"""'l'll.ih'v' Z , an M,?y3, lllllllll , jy -M f , ffafw. 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IVEEFIW Wi' VFJ1 ,+I R 5fa'.'gEe-If1L+iEQEE5EeIa52 I K I I I li I ,Ex 1 , N I 1 I Ii ii I I I I I EFI :ggi EE I I 1 ,,, ' 'I L I I Engineering Board of Control I I I3 11 F5 A553 It-.- I HJ 451 fi-2:1 tri! !I L12 1333 gttij' GLASS IVIACDONALD WILSON HARRINGTON I-IOOH GUILLOD tif?-ijt DECKER I-IADEIELD GREENWALD LIMBACH WIGLEY CONNER ish- ' Nfl! ti. 2- l W'-'V' I . . M51 First Section LEVI MACDONALD President Wig' ROBERT DECKER Vice-President time ROSS WILSON Secretary and Treasurer Egg HAROLD I-IOCH Student Council Rep. it N , . . ft!! RALPH GREENNVALD junior Representative EDWIN CONNER Freshman Representative IIIUTE 'LHIUI Second Section il! J- ti WILLIAM GLASS President 11- Q-x . . 3 RAYMOND PETRIE Vice-President tliflt ROBERT HADFIELD Secretary and Treasurer THEODORE I-IARRINOTON Student Council Rep. M52 WILLIAM GUILLOD junior Representative NLE EDWARD WIGLEY Freshman Representative 11,- ilf gif I Hia it il' .LII aiu" 4--fl .,,wM.-N-,,,,,L,,,--,,,,,,,,..,...L....,-...--..,..L.,., .,.L . ,M ,.L,, ui. LL' LE Lifg gli ggi 1.421 QQZ 511 1 ,cgi uf? 1 I - , 5' O ibn --'A 'QQI' 5-4 'A'-f' VJ E114 ':elsifI'ff!eftf3gi?:,gei,Q-isf,T.33 tA,'A Lflfggif 207 , A 'f-l , W Womens League Council 7 ' A As 'jeg' Q' A , A 1 V, A ,X W, ,I a , A Q fs . 2,1 ' -ff' f - : 5. ,,. -Q-'fn 1 t M 'vnq ef. V, 2 re, f ' , ,Ae A fer, f fy on I 1 gfw rzg sash .,,,. I , s, . ,, A, . ,I .au- E W Q A c y 1, . EM Xie-ff ?"""' E'2f.,ew of GRIFFITHS WALIQER SMITH WALTZ BELDEN KEPPLE BURGE CARNAHAN BAUGHMAN SPARHAWK IRENE GRIEEITHS President ELIZABETH WALIQER Vice-President RUTH WALTZ Vice-President AUDRA CARNAHAN Treasurer HELEN KEPPLE Secretary Class Representatives LEONA SMITH Senior DOROTHY BURGE junior EVELYN SPARHAXYK Sophomore MILDRED BAUGHMAN Freshman RITA STINSON Faculty Advisor 208 f 7 Z! ff A 'se E rl ga' A I 5 ' I I 4 J I ,..,. 1 I . Men'S Panhellenic Council , I R V I . P 7 X L-' , K H. .,., L . N xl -I 'V V.: A.. - ,,,-.. at ff.: . v . 1 I l ri 'za I .',, Xl' ic" - i I ,,. I :LI Y tfs , -.. Y.. 1 "I ,, I ' sw J Wu W ff P il ' 50 4 I I if Q is K .l , E, , 1 I . . . .U I . ,Q Q ROCKWELL REED LIMBACH EBERHARD WILSON I TI ENGWALL MACDONALD :Q BROWN HARRINGTON XVELLS FIRICK FAILOR - Phi Delta Theta ROLLAND REED OSCAR LIMBACH QPreSiderItD I Pi Kappa Epsilon f- THEODORE ROCKYVELL RALPH FAILOR I Lambda Chi Alpha 3 K LEVI MACDONALD WILLIAM FIRICK Alpha Sigma Omicron 5' ROSS WILSON THEODORE EBERHARD QSecretaryD ' Chi Theta Tau i THEODORE HARRINGTON CONRAD ENGVVALL Sigma Beta Nu ' ENSLEN BROWN ALTON WELLS ,V ,.L. 209 Womeds Panhellenic Council , , ..,.. Aff- 4505 CHENOT SPARHAVVK REESE FARLIN H055 WHIGAM REED REICHENSTEIN MARGARET REED Kappa Kappa Gamma MADGE WHIGAM, Sec. and Treas Delta Gamma EVELYN SPARHAWK JANE REESE ELIZABETH FARLIN, President HELEN CHENOT EVELYN H055 SELMA REICHENSTEIN 210 Phi Mu Sigma Delta Theta Alpha Gamma Delta Kappa Alpha Sigma Phi Kappa Delta Alpha Epsilon Phi CLUBS 211 Biology Club STATES MCCOY President JACK IQEPLER Vice-President MARGARET GREECE .Secretary BYRON LARABEE 'Treasurer DR. AMON PLOVVMAN JAMES ALPETER DOROTHY BARRETT DORTHEA BARBER ADA BORDNER PAUL BORDNER KATHERINE BECRWITH LUCILLE BOYLAN SAM BRANDWAN GERTRLJDE CARSON FRANCIS COWLES JOHN DENISON ARTHUR DOBKIN BARBARA DYSLE ELIZABETH FARLIN MARGARET FULTON Faculiy Nlembers ROLLAND FOX DR. IXRAATZ Student Members IRENE GRIFFITHS MARJORIE HASSENFLUE AUDREE HUBBARD JOHN HAYDEN MILDRED HOFFMAN HARRIET HORST JAMES HINTON ADIB KARAM HARVEY KARAM JACK KEPLER BEN KREISLEMAN ALBERT KONDRITZER HELEN KEPPLE BERTSYL KEELER THFLMA LITSINGER 212 DONALD DAR RAH DON LEONARD GRACE MILFORD LUCILLE MASTER WILLIAM PITTENGER EUNICE REED AARON ROTH EVELYN SPARHAWK RAYMOND SHAI-'FER ROGER SHORT B. H. SCHMIDT ERNEST SNYDER JOHN THOMAS ALTON WELLS ELIZABETH WETZEL I Chemistry Club DEMMINO BAKER FRANK CARMAN HOWARD CRAMER W. E. STEWART THEODORE EBERHARD DONALD WAGSTAFF Officers Faculty Members DR. C. M. KNIGHT HEZZLETON SIMMONS RICHARD SCHMIDT President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Editor of Retort Business Mgr. Relort WILLIAM MOORE ANDERSON DAVID ERNEST SCHAEFER DAVE ALLEN -JAMES ALPETER ALBERT BISHOP SAM BRANDWUN CARL BRODT EVELYN BURNS RAYMOND BITTER JESSE CRANKSHAW CHARLES COUP WHITNEY DIEHM Student Members ARTHUR DOBKIN WILLIAM EAKEN LOLA FISH CURTIS HARWICK HARRY HOWARD ALBERT KONDRITZER JOSEPH LITTMAN JOHN MACKINNON HARRY MACKIM STATES MCCOY 213 -JOHN LEWIN LEWIS MOROANSTERN KENNETH MELLINOER CHARLES IVIINIUM ROBERT LIBIS LOUIS SHEININ B. H. SCHMIDT HOMER THORN -J OSEPH WEILER KARL WENDT Le Cercle Francais Officers MISS IKATHERINE REED MR. HENRI TAILLARTC LHELMA LITSINGER LESTER COWAN JAMES IVIORGENROTH LAURA CRANZ SELMA REICHENSTEIN JEANNETTE MENDELSON BERTSYL KEELER HELEN KEPPLE NAOMI EPSTEIN ESTHERBELLE PRITCHARD MARGURITE HUDSON JOHN BRUBAKER HELEN MEIER H. F. AVERELL MRS. HUGH ALLEN MARGARET FANNING IRENE BEAR GEORGIA STILLMAN NORMA OLIN FRANCIS ROTHSCHILD MILDRED HOFFMAN GRETCHEN BECK Sludent Members ADELAIDE BARTON MARION JULIAN HARRIET MANLIK DOROTHY HAMLEN VIRGINIA LYONS ELLEN TOBIN HARRIET VOGLE ORVILLE CLARKE RALPH RASOR ANNA FELBER ELIZABETH VOLKER ANN FREEDMAN HELEN YERRICK GRACE ELLSWORTH HELEN EVERHART CHARLES LEWIN DALE CRAMER VIRGINIA HABER HELEN IDANNEMILLER JOHN LEWIN MARY BECK 214 President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer GUY HODGDON DELBERT GIBSON ROBERT RIMER JEANNETTE MEDVIN MARTHENA BREWSTER HONORA TOBIN LAURA WILLIAMS ROSE WINE HAPPY SWEITZER RUTH SUPONVIT EVELYN SHAUFELE RUTH BROWN A. W. CARPENTER CLAIR SAFREED MARY ELLA MCCOWN ETHEL KLAHRE GRACE MACMILLAN JACQUES BRIETENBUCHER ALBERTA NICODEMUS HARRISON MARTING Dramatic Study Club Offers M155 CARITA MCEBRICHT Director EVELYN HOSS President FREDRICK EASTMAN Business Manager GEORGE ALDEN IRENE BRUBAKER MRS. IVA CLARK GENEVIEVE DETTLINC PAULINE HENRY AUDREE HUBBARD JEANETTE IVIENDELSON Student Members 215 HAROLD MONO LEO IVIOSKOVITZ JAMES OATTS IVIILDRED ROBERTS FRANCES ROTHSCHILD RAYMOND SHAFFER DWIGHT TALLEY German Club 1 Officers CEOROE BOSS BENJAMIN IxREISELMAN Faculty Mernbcrs CHARLES BULOER, PHD. JACQUES ANNA ELLIS CURTIS HARWICK PAUL LAUMANN JAMES OATTS B. H. SCHMIDT JAMES PITTENCER NATHAN DASHEVSKY FRIEDA SCHLITT Student Members FRED KRAMER J OSEPH LITTMAN LOUIS SHEININ HENRX' GREHARDT EVELYN BURNS LOUIS IVIORGANSTERN RUSSELL BARKER SAM BRYANT 216 Presideni Secretary- Treasurer BREITENBUCHER, AB. RUSSELL BAKER EDWARD DESURE LEO MOSKOVITZ SAM BRANDWEIN JAMES HINTON MIRIAM HOLUB STATES MCCOY Home Economics Club I I MARY BELDEN President ELIZABETH BACHTEL Secretary and Treasurer SARA STIMMEL MARY BELDEN ELIZABETH BACHTEL GENEVIEVE DETTLING VIVIAN DETTLINO HELEN DANNEMILLER SAM VIALL HELEN FRANK WINIFRED CROSS ELIZABETH ZERBE Faculty Members RITA STINSON Student Members ELIZABETH DETTLING MILDRED BAUGHMAN JUDITH MOMULLEN ALBERTA HUNSICKER HELEN EVERHART WILMA GLASS MARY HARMES IVA DUBER IRENE SNOOK 217 MRS. JANE BARNHARDT MARGARET PARTLON NELLDA MARTIN GRACE CONVERSE WINIFRED CROSS LOUISE HENCKE HELEN HANSON AUDREE HUBBARD EDNA HUNSICKER DOROTHY PECK merican Society Of Mechanical Engineers Akron Student Branch it , R. fi 9 ft f 2 . .ex , 1,1 I-em. : - ff, Legg' ., .:, . H . ' X . Q 4 ,NJ 5 A , W 2 k N QM X Q 5 A 1 g X If ,PH 7 Nr Vw 59, Re, R , A r f Q gr W A rw ,e Q S. 2 1 1 W 4' Ne 8 Y Sierra f :' ' :fi -I .,,,.Z ' L:'-A 7 . . -. 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Prof. Mechanical Engineering CLAUDE NEWLIN Instructor in English ROBERT JONES Honorary Member Student Members DONALD ALBERTSON ALBERT BRANAN RALPH BROWN EDWARD KASTNER NORMAN NYE PAUL SNYDER HENRY WHITEMAN LESTER COLE CLAIR BATTLES THEODORE ROCKWELL DWIGHT MOODY THEODORE HARRINGTON DAVE ALLEN EARLE STEWART 218 Ls 1 t..T ffl, 1,1 ,k , 1'-12 Y--f Q 1' g ,L Lft , I"'? Nr.. 2 in r 5..J ii, 2 1,1 Y- r SH if" ,.. M, VT' ii 7 gtg :LJ iii ,gg fa .5 41 my ff 1't SJ , iiiai. t"'A 12 ' tie ,- ii", N' 3 jk iii f...l:f 11 f I '-. , if K FV iii? in mx i f 525 F.-. My ini S -... if .5' we-L, I Til ,J HI it TM fri ' is ' fi Q 1 1-'-5 ..,. Q 1 Lf' ,zu ii: -J Li Psychology Club Ojicers BENJAMIN KREISELMAN President IRENE BRUBAKER Secretary EVELYN HOSS Treasurer Faculty Members DR. OSCAR OLIN Professor of Philosophy and Sociology DR. GEORGE HAYES Professor of Psychology ESTHER DUNFORD IVIARJORY HASSENFLUE CAROLA JACKSON LEONA SMITH IRENE GRIFFITHS NORMAN HARRIS FREDERIC EASTMAN l Student Members THEODORE JONES BYRON STILLWELL MARGARET FULTON LILLIAN CUNNINCHAM GILBERT DILLEY ETHEL HAFNER 219 LESTER COWAN CONRAD ENGWALL IXAILDRED ROBERTS EUNICE SHEA EDITH FRASER WINIFRED WELLS FRANCES ROTHSCHILD Spanish Club MABEL ROGERS President RUTH BROWN Vice-President RAH'MOND WILKINSON Secretary NORMAN GRESHAM Treasurer MARGARET FANNINK EMMA SPIKER LAURA MAGREY LOUISE PLGTKIN MARGARET GRECZC MARGARET LINTON HARRY MAHONEY MISS WEILBRENNER MISS SMITH Student Members ELIZABETH WETSEL NELLIE MILLER LLILU SMITH JAMES CUTLER JOSEPHINE AMER ADA MARQUIS RUTH WAL'fZ MISS PUSATERI MISS FERNSNER 220 ESTHER I-IOLLINGSWORTI-I CARL STUMP ELEANORA CROSS VAN ELLSWORTH DORTHEA BARBER LOUDELL MGLANEY CLARK METZGER MISS MAGE MRS. POOLE I 1 i,l'1ll . Student Y. M. C. A. 5 . , ..-vt. . ., . . .. . - A -C TY X041-.A'w -,:.: ' wg -A -Sym, . Y 1 '- X. ' 3 A . Aw 3? A gt-Q it , X S ,. if ,u w - .. 4,4 P. O N. Af - .A A , 1 " vi 5 2' . 5 UT A " 1 if 1 ,AQ ,K y 3 5 ' 3 R 5 Tw, A M fx RW Q NN' 9 x A A It R A x . 4 . P I 1 we ,www SHORT COWAN TVICCOY BOWMAN LAUMANN LASHER PINNEY LTPPS RANG BLACK TAYLOR The Student Y. M. C. A. is the latest addition to our student activities. Through the efforts of some of the men on the campus, several prominent men of Akron were interested in the proposi tion Of establishing a branch of the Y. lvl. C. A. at Akron University. Vv'e are glad to welcome such an Organization to our school for it can be Of great service to the student body. WALTER LIPPS CLAUDE MATZ FRANK ECKROAD RAY MOCLURE ROGER SHORT PAUL LAUMANN ,IOHN HAYDEN STATES MCCOY ROBERT BLACK Student Members CHARLES WINANS 221 ROBERT BOWMAN ,JEROME TAYLOR HAROLD METZOER GEORGE LASHER HAROLD BURT NORMAN PINNEY LESTER RANG LESTER COWAN GEORGE KELLOGG l i , 1 H ,x 1 1 1 I , W -- w I I 'I - 8 x . fx WI 4 , - F My .511 A V.: ' L Tf A" -5 7 Q1 Q' ,L MLA-71 K Wfflw f f f4ff44ffffWf 1 rib" f' QA fgw.f' xYf " ?-S's Qnmjff 51 H 63145 Nl, -fx, Lfgl .' V74 ' ,TV Jw iff!! Q W ffff VN, ir, ,-Z 2 A 'AEDST V -f"'fg:fi1' w..u..f if , ,1 fig MUSIC z23 Men'S Clee Club 2 f y4?? S 1 . I FRANCESCO B. DELEONE First Tenors GEORGE BOSS LEVI MAGDONALD Second Tenors MAX AVERELL CHRIS HANSEN ROLAND I-IITGHGOGK LEO MOSKOVITZ CARL VINEZ First Bass DAVE ALLEN DON CARNEY GEORGE CLARK QRVILLE CLARKE S. K. WORTHEN Second Bass PAUL BAKER HOUGH HARDING JOHN HLTTCHINSON 224 Director FRANCIS GLASHEEN JAMES PITTENCER RALPH RASOR FRANCIS SEILER CARL STUMP BOYD HUFF JOHN IVIAGKINNON CHESTER TISDALE DWIGHT TALLEY LAWRENCE TAYLOR PAUL LAUMANN CARL WENDT WOm6H,S Glee Club 'ir' H, " -' I-1 ,y:., :-ia:-1-1i1:'-WZSIQI -,mai 'mu ' ' .. FRANCESCO B. DELEONE JOSEPHINE AMER ALMEDA BAUMGARTNER FRANCES HORNING MIRIAM I-IOLUB MARGARET HUDSON LLIGILLE BOYLAN ANN FRIEDMAN MARGARET GREGG THELMA LAIIBERT ETHEL I-IAENER ELIZABETH KAISER ENID MCCORMICK ,JUDITH MGMLILLIN First Soprano Second Soprano MILDRED RONERTS Altos 225 Di rector HELEN -JOHNSON SARA MGLANEY MARGARET MINNIGR MADELYN ROY'ER LEONA SMITH IRENE MINTER KATHRYN MOWER JANET MENDELSON BEATRICE PEMBROOK DOROTHY PECK CELIA STEIN MARY RLIGH ALICE TLIBAUGH University Of Akron Drchestra ' 'Em 4 Sgr D 4' .-X9 :T A A 1 -, I -' 4-F1 1:-fifwswwf U 'I' Tae If W WW ., f s. A V : 1 45.2-M1 ,v . L V mf' 'L i ". A"MW',,.L:"3 , ,L M. gy, ,- S '3'x"""?""fZ"L""'3'T' I WMM" H " 'W""'N'?3ll'T?73 FRANCESCO B. DELEONE Dzrector ROBERT H. RIBIIER Preszdent Violins JULIA AVERELL ELMA CORICE ARTHUR DOBKIN MYRON KELSEY FRED MOSKOVITZ THOMAS STEVENS Cello PHILIP RINIER Flute DONALD DAVIS Saxophones HAROLD DOTTARAR Trumpets NORMAN GRESHAM Trombone ROBERT NICHOLS Piano GILBERT W. DILLEY 226 LOUIS BERRY EDWIN DAVIS MAROURITE HUDSON WALTER KROTZER ROBERT RIMER GLENN ZIMMERMAN String Bass LEROY SPECK Clarinet LELAND SMITH PAUL SANDERSON ALTON WELLS Drums JOHN DENISON R. 0. T. C United States Army Qffuzers Instructing R. 0. T. C. Unit CAPTAIN WILLIAM L. TYDINGS Professor of Military Science and Tactics LIEUTENANT CHARLES R. SMITH Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics LIEUTENANT KENTON P. COOLEY Assistant Professor of Alilitary Science and Tactics SERGEANT HENRY B. IVIETZGER Instructor in Military Science and Tactics BATTALION ORGANIZATION Alunicipal University of Akron BATTALION STAFF Battalion Commander LIEUT. COLONEL ALTGN R. WELLS Executive Officer Acljutant MAJOR LEVI AJVIACDONALD LIELTT. DAV'E B. ALLEN Battalion Sergeant CHARLES COLIP Color Sergeants ALEXANDER SMITH PERRY DEMBIING Bozzolton Sponsor MISS DOROTHY ROEGER 228 Student Qfficers RALPH DICKERHOOP NEWPORT WALKER LESTER COVVAN JAMES CUTLER ROY BENNETT RALPH RASOR JOHN SCOTT ,IOHN SMITH CLARENCE RAHNER Captains THEODORE EBERHARD First Lieutenants RUSSELL AUTEN RALPH FAILOR RAYMOND SHAFFER HAROLD THOMAS Second Lieutenants NATHAN KOPLIN I-IAROLD MILLER STATES MCCOY JOSEPH SCHOCH WILLIAM GLIILLGD HERBERT IVIOTE 229 FRANCIS GLASHEEN THOMAS SAUTER RICHARD QUALTERS RICHARD SNYDER DONALD ALBERTSON DONALD DAMON EDWARD SCHAPER LEE SHAFEER RALPH TRYON 230 Company "A" Commanding the Company CAPTAIN RALPH F. DICKERHOOP Second I n Command IST LIEUTENANT NEWPORT H. WALKER Ist Lieutenants LESTER COWAN JAMES CUTLER ROY E. BENNETT RALPH E. RASOR Sergeants SHERMAN SCHUMAKER FOREST MYERS HARVEY KARAM JOHN WHEELER NORMAN GRESHAM THOMAS STEVENS DONALD AKERS PAUL BALLARD DONALD BISHOP PAUL BORDNER LOOMIS BUNKER JOHN BUNNELL HAROLD DOTARAR CARL FIGENSCHER NORMAN PINNEY EARL GILLELAND ROY GROSS KENNETH HARDING 2nd Lieutenants iiilill JOHN C. SMITH DOROTHY BURCE CLARENCE RAHNER Spgngof of Cgmpany UA.. I st Sergeant HOWARD LANSINGER ADRIAN FRENCH WILPORD LUTz CLYDE ROSS PAUL HARRINGTON JOSEPH SOLOMON JAMES MILLER Privates PAUL JACOBS CLIFFORD KAUFFMAN BERNARD KENNEDY ARTHUR KLINE ISADORE LEEPER DEAN LEONARD DONALD LEONARD HARMON MARTINC LOUIS MEIER ROBERT NICHOLS WALTER OLSON LELAND PLANT 231 QRVILLE CLARKE JESSE CRANKSHAW DELBERT HENNINGER JULIUS UNION ROBERT HARRIS HARRY QUINE HASSEL ROBERTS ROBERT ROMWEBER CLARK SHOEMAKER STANLEY SHONDEL CARL SPESSARD CARROLL STEVENSON JEROME TAYLOR HAROLD TOLAN CARL WENDT RALPH WILLIAMS CECIL ZICKEFOOSE 232 Company " " Commanding the Company CAPTAIN THEODORE EBERHARD Second in Command IST LIEUTENANT RLISSELL AUTEN Isl Lieulenanis RALPH J. FAILOR RAYMOND W. SHAFFER HAROLD SPAIGHT HAROLD THOMAS Sergeanls LILLBURN JOHNSON JAMES ALPETER JOHN BUNTING CHARLES ROBINSON ELMER SMEAD ADRIAN THEOBOLD RUSSELL FONTAINE ROBERT BOWMAN SPENCER KLINE Znd Lieutenanls NATHAN KOPI-lN HAROLD MILLER STATES D. MCCOY JOSEPH A. SCHOCH Ist Sergeant WVAYNE SPROULL .,. l MARGARET WORTI-IINGTON Sponsor of Company "B" HOMER BARBIAN RAYMOND BITTER ROY DAILEY DONALD DAVIS WILLIAM EAKEN ROBERT F ICKES EARL GRIMM THEODORE JONES BENJAMIN KREISLEMAN ROBERT LONG LOUIS MANES DAVID POWELL EARL RYAN LOUIS SHEININ WILLIAM SULLIVAN GEORGE ALDEN BENJAMIN BALDWIN CLAUDE BARNI-IOLTH FREDRICK DAVIS CHARLES E. JENKINS Privates RUSSELL BARKER GEORGE BAUMAN WILLIAM BLANK DALE BRANCHER CARL BRODT ERIE CHAPMAN HARRY CRAWFORD EDWARD DAVIS WHITNEY DIEHM ARTHUR DOBKIN ERIC EASTMAN RAYMOND ELLSWORTH WILLIAM EVKOVITCH SAMUEL FORBES JOHN HAYDEN HAROLD HELMKAMP RAYMOND HUFFMAN MYRON KELSEY LESLIE KNECHT 233 Corporals JEAN SMITH CLEMENT MASON NATHAN DASHEVSKY DALE KRAMER WILLIAM PITTENGER EARL STEWART JAMES HINTON FRANK SEILER CHARLES LEVVIN SAMUEL BRYANT LOUIS BERRY SAMUEL KREITER ROBERT LIBIS WALTER LIPPS KENNETH MELLINGER CLARK METZGER LESLIE IVIILLER CHARLES MINIUM PHILIP RIMER EDXVARD SMITH HARRY SMITH FRANCIS STAFFORD MILLARD STRONG JOHN SULLIVAN LESTER WALTERS CHARLES WHITE JOHN WYLE GLENN ZIMMERMAN 'K if --.w""q10 Company " " Commanding the Company CAPTAIN FRANCIS D. GLASHEEN G Second in Command IST LIEUTENANT RICHARD L. SAUTER Ist Lieutenant RICHARD L. QUALTERS Znd Lieutenants , DONALD S. ALBERTSON EDWARD SCHAPER I DONALD L. DAMON LEE J. SHAFFER M ........ "1I" 7 A ' RALPH C. TRYON I st Sergeant CARL VIALL Sergeants EDWARD GURIN JOSEPH BENDER CARL DELAGRANGE HENRY MCCLUER FRANK WILLIAMS WILLIAM SEIB CLAIRE BATTLES WAYNE LUPF HENRY WHITEMAN JOHN BARBURA MAx AVERELL WARNER BEST PHILIP BIERMAN GEORGE BIRNBAUMER CHARLES BRASAEMLE THOMAS BURGESS GLENN BURKHOLDER HAROLD BURT CORWIN CARTER LINCOLN COLE FRED DIETZ FRANK ECKRODE Privates HARRY FLEMING EUGENE FOUSE MERLE HAMMOND LEONARD HELMICK HERMAN HERHOLD EDWARD HERMAN JAMES KENNEDY FRED KOLLMAR GEORGE LASHER RALPH LINEBERGER EDWARD LODGE GERALD MARKEL LEONARD IVIARRIOTT WILFRED MCCOLLUM HAROLD METZGER LOUIS MILLETTE THEODORE CONNER 235 DOROTHY CADDEN Sponsor of Company "C" Corporals PAUL BAKER ELLSWORTH LODGE VERNON MILLER EDWARD EBERLE ALBERTUS YOUNG ISRAEL SUDDLESON WILLIAM ROSE LAWRENCE TAYLOR RUSSELL WHITTEMORE HARRY COHEN WILLARD KOPF LAWRENCE MILLER LOUIS NEFF FREDRICK PLACE GEORGE RAWSON CHARLES SERFASS HARLIN SISLER FRANCIS STURMI ROBERT STURMI PAUL SULOFF HAROLD SWAIN LLOYD TAYLOR FLOYD THURMAN KARL VINEZ RONALD WHITE ROBERT WILLETT HERBERT ZESIGER 2 Company Commanding the Company IST LIEUTENANT RICIJARD F. SNYDER Second in Command ZND LIEUTENANT WILLIAM O. GUILLOD Znd Lieutenant HERBERT G. MOTE Sergeants NORMAN NYE ROBERT MCCRACKEN KENNETH BLOUNT EARL HANSEN JOHN WAGNER RALPH WINGERTER GEORGE CLARK FRED HOOPES CLAUDE MOORE BENJAMIN REISER TROY STARR SAMUEL WORTHEN HAROLD HOCH CHARLES ALEXANDER FRED ASH VICTOR BALLINGER HARRY BIRCH HAROLD COLE JOHN COONEY WILLIAM Cox GLEN CRUMMEL JOHN DONOVAN WAYNE FAHR JOSEPH FARRUGIA CHARLES FULTON WAYNE WITHROW Ist Sergeanl JOHN ARTER Corporals RUSSELL ZAHNISER DONALD MILLS LOUIS KOTELES EARL RITTER BENJAMIN SPARR WILLIAM DIERDORF Privates FRANCIS GARRIGAN BEN GILBERT JOHN GOLDWOOD WESLEY HARGRAVES CARLETON HEINKE LYNN HEINZERLING HUBERT HENDRIX HAROLD HILBISH GERALD HILL CLINTON HODSON ANDREW JEMISON ERNEST KAHLOR ANTHONY KOVAL EDWARD LEVIN ELZIE LAUGHLIN NELSON LISTER GEORGE MCFARLAND RALPH MEECH MERLE MYERS ERVIN ZIMMERMAN ALFRED ZURBACH 237 as " MARGARET HALE Sponsor of Company MD" C or porals KENNETH KENNEDY FRED BOOK RAYMOND HARTER JOHN CHAPIN CHARLES SORRICK MORRIS QLDEN PERCY PARSONS ARTHUR ROSENBAUM WILLARD RUSSELL MORRIS SINGER HAROLD SLEVIN CHESTER SMITH TED SMITH WILLIAM SMITH HARRY STAPLES JOSEPH STATATA CHARLES TEMPLETON HAMILTON TOMB ALFRED MOORE ROBERT VANHYNING BUDD VANKIRK CARL WALLET JOHN WIGLEY GEORGE WISEMAN ELWOOD ZUELSDORF 12 I, 1 1 5 I 'f 'V , A , f - f! 2 . x 1"?xx g '-Wi' QQQQ5 , 5 ' , Fail? 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' fs MQ X yt Qw?ff?42'f ' 1: -"Fi: x wh Q - K. , WW., 2 ' Vi Xi:,T,, 238 31,3 ,ff NX WM llmffg WV fl 1. v ftmrmxxxxxx ,K SOCIETY ERESHMAN RECEPTION The first social gathering of the school year was the annual reception in honor of the freshmen given in Crouse gymnasium, September 19. Dr. Kolbe headed the receiving line which included members of the faculty and of the student body. Each person received a tag upon which his name was written. Tagsnof a contrasting color designated the freshmen from the upper classmen. In this way the new-comers were more easily identified. Yells given by the different classes, for the freshmen- were a feature of the evening. The affair was arranged as a general get-acquainted party and welcome for the freshmen. .lO1. LANCE AND HELMET AND OMICRON DELTA KAPPA DANCE The first university dance on the campus was given October 4 by Lance and Helmet and Omicron Delta Kappa fraternities. The proceeds of the dance were to defray the expenses of the trophy case presented to the University by Omicron Delta Kappa and the drinking fountain presented by Lance and Helmet. Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Coleman and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ricker were the chaperons. iiol WOOSTER VICTORY CELEBRATION Many people witnessed the burning of a huge bon-fire at Buchtel Field proclaiming the Wooster victoryg following this all the fraternities held open house. Formality was cast aside when nearly two hundred students made the rounds of the fraternity houses where gaiety prevailed. The school colors and Halloween decorations were used extensively at the various houses. 240 Li. in . xt.. ,,. , 3... . ii.- -. 1 . ..., ii 4 1 '-i-gl -J .i , l Y.. 1,41 -J 2 L V' JT '--4-L 1 A r- v ' n ,.. f u s..e... 1 i , til! .J 4 25 ' x Lis .1' .AA ,., -v 1: -.JF .v- L+, -nl LQ -,ii C 17" l.- ,, J T. . .,,. 7.. .J ii V r.. Ll-, i ,,.. ,. :..., i 1 rf' 1 -ie ,,, -A ...J 9 L , L i 514' ,,. i, i ,J x i,i Y -A 1 Erik L-, ., J 5 ... , .... ,', I.. is- L... 1 ..T 1-1 r-.' - SENIOR PROM The Senior Prom, which was given February 3, at the Masonic Temple, rivaled those of any preceding year in gaiety. The ballroom was attractively decorated with scarlet and grey streamers. Serpentine dances were a feature of the evening. Dean Thompson, Dean and Mrs. A. l. Spanton, Professor and Mrs. George L. Hayes, lrene Griffiths, Sara Wilkinson, Robert Hagenbaugh, and Hayes jenkins formed the receiving line. The grand march, which began shortly before midnight, was led by Dean Thompson and Hayes jenkins. Following the march, supper was served in the dining room. Noise makers- marked each place at the table. Dr. and Mrs. Kolbe, Dean Thompson, Dean and Mrs. A. l. Spanton, Dean and Mrs. Fred Ayer, Professor and Mrs. H. E. Simmons, Professor and Mrs. George L. Hayes and Professor Donald Gardner were the chaperones. A The Ohioans played until one o'clock for the dancing. PANHELLENIC TEA DANCE A tea dance was sponsored by the Panhellenic association October 23, in the gymnasi- um. Dean Thompson, Elizabeth Farlin, Evelyn Sparhawk, Madge Wliigam, Margaret Reed, Ruth Raley, jane Reese, Evelyn Hoss and Selman Reichenstein were in the receiving line. Refreshments were served by the pledges of the different sororities. Dancing and bridge were the chief diversions. Music was furnished by the University Orchestra. All university women were extended an invitation. HALLOWEEN PARTIES Halloween was the inspiration for many delightful parties. Various fraternities and sororities were hosts and hostesses to their guests at different clubs, inns, and other places of interest. 241 HOME COMlNC1 BANQUET The Home Coming Banquet was held in Crouse gymnasium November l, following the football game with Baldwin Wallace college. Dr. Kolbe, President of the University, and Ted Robinson, author of "The Philosopher of Folly," were the main speakers of the evening. Many alumni were present. Lester Cowan was chairman of the committee in charge of the banquet. ANNUAL BATTALION I-IGP Many novel features were presented at the Annual Battalion I-lop which was held in Crouse Gymnasium, November Zo. Lenore Krager and james Alpeter received gold plated bullets at the conclusion of-one of the dances as they were nearest the point sighted by two machine guns. Dorothy Cadden and Margaret Hale, newly elected sponsors of Companies C and D respectively, were presented with corsages consisting of tea roses, sweet peas and lillies of the valley. Informal dress for the girls, civilian clothes for the enlisted cadets and non- commissioned officers and uniforms for the cadet officers were in order, Among the extensive decorations used was the largest Hag in Dhio. Lattas orchestra played until l l 130 o'clock and refreshments were served throughout the evening. Chaperones were Captain and Mrs. Tydings, First Lieutenant Charles R. Smith and wife and First Lientenant Kenton P. Cooley and wife. OMICRON DELTA KAPPA TURKEY TRCT As a fitting climax to a day of varied activities, Gmicron Delta Kappa mem- bers were hosts Thanksgiving evening when they sponsored a dance which was given in the gymnasium. The Dakland Players furnished the music. Decorations in keeping with Thanksgiving were used and refreshments were served during the dance. Captain and Mrs. Tydings chaperoned. FRESI-IMAN CLASS PARTY A color scheme of red and white was attractively carried out at the Freshman dance December 12. This was the first class party of the school year. The guest list was made up of members of the junior class and their friends. Refreshments were served at intermission time, then dancing was resumed until ll '30 o'clock. Sam Bryant was chairman of the committee on arrangements. 242 FOUNDERS DAY An unusually large number of students, alumni and friends of the University attended the Founders Day celebration held at the Akron Armory, january lo. President Parke R. Kolbe, Mayor D. C. Rybolt and Reverend Irving C. Tomlin- son, '80, were the chief speakers of the evening. Dr. Nicolai Cerri, Italian consul at Cleveland, announced the awarding of the title of the Chevalier of the Drcler of the Crown of Italy to Professor De Leone. Professor De Leone was also honored by the presentation of a tablet to the armory in honor of his contribution to music in Alglala. The presentation was made by Schuyler I-Iunt. The Cilee clubs and orchestra made their debut the same evening. Dancing concluded the evening. Miss Edith Cray, alumni secretary, was in charge of the arrangements. T..-O..... WDMENS LEACUE PARTIES The freshmen girls were extended a welcome courtesy by the Women's League, September 25. There were over two hundred and fifty in attendance, including faculty members. Stunts were given in the League rooms followed by informal dancing until six o'clock when a banquet was served in the gymnasium. Members of the league in black face makeup acted as waitresses. Senior members of the Womens League were hostesses at an afternoon tea in the League rooms, Dctober 28. Stunts were given by several of the senior girls. On the afternoon of December 19, the Wonien's League gave their annual Christmas party for the poor children of Akron. A large Christmas tree holding presents for all of the children was furnished by the league members. Professor Egbert, acting as Santa Claus, distributed the gifts. Miss Dunckley was in charge of the songs and games which formed the entertainment for the remainder of the time. The junior members entertained February 20. Their party was in the form of a tea dance and was in keeping with Washington's Birthday. Many novelties were planned including the matching of tiny hatchets for partners. Refresh- ments and decorations helped to carry out the holiday note. The February freshmen were the honor guests. Dorothy Burge was in charge of the party. The features of the freshmen and sophomore parties were stunts given by members of the two classes. I-Ielen Ifiepple and Evelyn Sparhawk were in charge of the sophomore party. This affair was given as a welcome to the high school seniors. 243 INEGRMALS Melyne Latta's orchestra furnished music for the first informal held Novem- ber 15. Benjamin Kreiselman headed the decoration committee while Paul Sanderson and Herbert Shinn were in charge of the program arrangements. President and Mrs. Kolbe, Dean Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Moore were the chaperones. Decorations, refreshments and programs all pertaining to the Ghristmes season, were used at the second informal, December 20. ,--O,..-. Tl-IE WOMENS LEAGUE SHGW The annual Women's League Show, entitled, "Mostly Nothing," given May 9, was a bigger success than ever this year. This was the third annual show of the league, L'Much O' Nothing," and "More G' Nothing" being the titles of the previous productions. Erom the enthusiasm shown over the show the title "Mostly Nothing," proved to be very misleading. It might better have been called "A Good Bit of Every- thing," considering the wide variety of acts on the program and the fine type of acting displayed by the girls. The freshmen class being the most agile and having the most enthusiasm for the arts of singing and dancing selected a musical comedy. The novelty dances and singing features were very well given. The sophomore class gave a clever play. Much hidden dramatic talent was uncovered by the members of the class in their excellent portrayal of their parts. The colored minstrel act given by the juniors was an excellent exhibition of how versatile college girls can really be when their dignity is hidden under a mask of black paint. The humorous parts were especially good. The senior circus concluded the show and proved for all times that the old saying about the seniors being the dignified and aloof members of the college, carried no truth at least in this particular case. Their aim was to entertain which they did very well. Gladys Scott was in charge of the freshmen act. The sophomores in charge were Helen Kepple and Evelyn Sparhawk. Dorothy Burge directed the juniors act. Ruth Waltz, Mary Beldon, Audray Carnahan, Leona Smith and Irene Griffiths were the senior members in charge of their act. 244 f f 5 , f X JILL, YM, Lu ,sw f f- fi X -"4 if 'fig' '- ll gg! Nigf-:'! V Wyx ,J- : 'If' . PHE? 'L .M f""'N H.Ull1i'1 W " ,MMM ,r .-, Ai nf. 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Pageant Campus Before Qlin Hall Fairy Queen Dance Cnomes Procession of lvlay Queen Queen Crowner Herald Trumpeters and Attendants At Dawning QSoloD Dawn Dance QSolo Dancel Crowning of the May Queen Fairies of the Dawn Prologue Violets CSoloj Dance of the Violets Dance of the Crasshoppers Dance of the Daffodils Awakening of the Wild Rose CSolo Dancel The Fairy Queen CSolo Danceh Meadow Daisies iSoloJ Departure of the Fairy Queen Dance of the Butterdy CSolo Dancel Finale, Maypole Dance Selection Dedication of Trees Presentation of Colors PAULINE PLACE Spicer School Children DOROTHH' BLTRGE MARY SHLTMAN TQENNETH MASON WALTER KROTZER HAZEL ALisT1N CELIA STEIN DOROTHEA BARBER PAULINE PLACE LEONA SMITH PAULINE HENRY Freshman Girls University Band R. O. T. C. Tree Day Banquet First Congregational Church 63:30 P. M. lt was impossible to hold the Inter-class track meet in the afternoon due to the steady down-pour of rain. It was held the following afternoon. 246 . , .- A -V - M? 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Mi Municipal University of Akron Founders Day Program january 16, 1925 Founders Day Exercises Crouse Gymnasium 10:30 A. M. Selection University Orchestra Alma Mater Assembly Invocation DR. O. E. OLIN Founders Day Poem Vocal Selections Founders Day Address College Songs Benediction Selection Founders Day Entertainment Alma Mater DR. R. B. PEASE MRS. R. K. THAW Rev. I. C. ToML1NsoN Assembly DR. Cao. P. ATXVATER University Orchestra Armory 8:30 P. M. University Orchestra Selection University Orchestra When My Ships Come Sailing Home Salter Carmena Wilson-Bliss U. of A Combined Clee Clubs My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice Saint-Saens Womens Clee Club The Bells of Saint Mary Adams Mens Clee Club We're From Old Akron DR. R. B. PEASE Alma Mater ROBERT RIMER Combined Clee Clubs MR. ALFRED HERBERICH 'll President of U. of A. Alumni Assoc. DR. PARKE R. KOLBE University of Akron MAYOR D. C. RYBOLT City of Akron REV. I. C. ToML1NsoN, '80 Honor Guest MR. SCHUYLER HUNT, '24 Presentation of Tablet to Honor Professor De Leone DR. N. CERRI, Italian Consul Cleveland, Ohio Dancing and Cards 249 Loud Tie Day This is one day in the year when the students at the University of Akron dig deep into the family antiques and heirlooms in order to bring to light some antediluvian or octogenarian costume that will attract attention. It's the day when even the dignified seniors forget their dignity long enough to Wear some screaming tie or ribbon that they were afraid to wear on any other day. Une glimpse at the apparal Worn by some of the students on loud tie day is enough to convince one that all that has been said is certainly true. The loudness is not confined to cravats alone as witness the hats and coats, and even shoes, of some of the men. QWe are sorry we couldnt get any of the fair co-eds to pose in their costumes but we just want to assure everyone that the affair was not strictly stag.D 250 251 The Municipal University of Akron Eleventh Annual Commencement and Fifty-Second Commencement of Buchtel College jtme18, 1924 PROGRAM Uverture-Blossom Time Romberg University Grchestra March-Prom Aida , V Verdi ACADEMIC PROCESSION PRAYER The Wind's in the South Scott The Bird Song CAlglalaj DeLe0ne Miss JANET WATTS In Arcady Sellars University Crchestra Commencement Address EDGAR PAHs SMITH, M.D., Ph.D., Chem. D. Emeritus Professor of Chemistry The University of Pennsylvania CONFERRING DEGREES AVVARDING OF PRIZES AND I-IoNoRs Dawn Curran Lo! The Cventle Lark Bishop Miss JANET WATTS Benediction 252 Freshman - Sophomore Contest October 31, 1924 This is the traditional battle between the sophomore class and the freshmen to ascertain just who is the better. It is also an outlet for all the accumulated grudges to be dissipated. For the second consecutive year, the second year men have shown their superiority over the yearlings by trouncing them thoroughly. The sophs won 3-l. The sophomore relay team composed of jones, Wilkinson, Robison, Rieser, Eaken, Union, Powell, and Manes simply walked away with the freshman runners Conner, Cvilleland, Black, Denison, Henry, Barker, Thomas, and Chapman. In the wrestling matches, Reiser CSD and Chapman CFD fought a draw. Baker CSD lost to I-leinzerling QFD, and Suddleson CSD won his match from Bunker CFD. This made the wrestling matches evenly divided between the two contesting classes so that neither scored in this event. The boxing matches were all good exhibitions of the manly art. Lewin CSD walloped Burt CFD 5 Eaken QSJ was no match for the clever Chapman CFD, and Barker duplicated his classmates feat by trouncing Suddleson QSJ. This was the only event in which the first year men scored. The tug of war and the disc race were simply all sophomore. Although the day was a miserable one, with a continual rain falling, there were many spectators in the grandstand and they weren't all men either. 253 2 gqqsmamammmmmismm Hassesssbqmssssesmsasa as Q 554 ' 1 51' 55 ea 5 as HW as 5 HE 55 ua as 59 EE an 5.5 EE EE 5 EH B-F1 5.5 ea 55 era 5 EF. as 5' sg? FEATURES 55 55 EE gg EE :E EE as 59 HR an gs 59 52 . sq 55 as as 55 ya sa Ha en 512 as an H2 ai an sa as sa as as EE 59 EE E2 EE Ag5 5G5fa5QeHe55Q5QH5':E5G5G5EH2hG5Q5555555325555 1555595 D 255 , HT, s, fx Vit. ' 'wfhiiifivff fi.:eii:5i:'. eq-ee -ee-saayeea-e -- T i ' l 'f 'f are wwf ew-Hes 525252552 as -- I at as - t t 'TQMT ag 72f'f:ff' Q 5 gr-Mg? d JE .DV M ISS LEAI-I M I NNER To Miss Minner, the 1925 Tel-Buch Staff wish to show their apprecia- tion of her untiring efforts in selling the greatest number of Tel-Buchs, by dedicating this page and proclaiming her the 1925 Tel-Buch Girl. A' i l if , 1 5 s Ya ww EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Emmmwfmfmmmmsmsm 55 or 5 gQggQQQ5i355555W55555555555 256 Explanation The 1925 Tel-Buch conducted a contest to determine the most popular men and women in school and also to determine the most beautiful women students. Every student in school was eligible and every one had a vote. The popularity contest was decided by simply counting the votes and taking those students who received the greatest number of votes to be the most popular students at the University of Akron. The 1925 Tel-Buch staff wish to congratulate the follow- ing students in their attainment of the highest position that the student body can give them: Miss IRENE GRIFFITHS MR. HAYES JENKINS MR. JEAN SMITH In judging the most beautiful girls in school the six young women having the highest number of student votes were judged by a group of impartial artists and the following selection made. No distinction was made as to placing-simply the three most beautiful were chosen: Miss AMELIA SMITH Miss AUDREE HUBBARD Miss MARGARET ZINK 257 x f x 0 Q ,N f A Ag, S, M195 IRENE GRIFFITI-IS 258 !'NDlNh NO V, ffifhffffzf fm' Everybody 5 BEGINNING AN YTH IN Gr im! fife TRUYH CAFQOLYN VVEIQLS PGRQY Mvifikgmm 259 X x ' : 57:5 K l ar Q X 2 X ' 5' 5-wa: , Ns' , Q- w 14:59 ' cu S 2 ' x cf if 'Fi Fmig., iw ., f Y-1 1 X . Q ffm' ' wma QQ? V ' . ,.,. . , 44, 1, .ze ,, . , 1-:. 5, ,,., P -"'V wx is ,HRV f :alarm I if , 1 we '?EZ52,':rQ, W, N ,. N . 5,-, - V G' Wk' 'Q M 4 gg: V -Y' 132. Q. ,Vw X .. KW? A IQ-I QW NVQ " 'Z vw fbiyvqlm A M333 .ef u 9 v. - M v X 1 fm .1 'ii Q0 VX 3 V. QA . X ig, .,+. . Q Q. Z iw 5 Q A slim?" ,E 'WEBB' -. , . yvwgi Q ,, za.,, V .V Z3 J r, ,gs.f'3' x ' t 2 A W -QV . ,'4f'vy,-rg,-1 1: A MQ, 'im- xcwffba s Af- 5 'GTE Af Kfugy 7 , :J HL x 'Q , ,W -,f 1 K . VX Qzgzi' My wish W. xg. -if S? , A..,,?Sg f-. X' Aww L. 1 .V f , 1 3vGfmiSfS2-Qiiivfx. , 'M .- QV. 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X 'way A .lu 5.1 Q9 -.EDSig2DS - ' '- r Akron reSS 264 The Iozg Tel-Buch Cup WoN BY DELTA GAMMA In order that there might be some incentive for selling the greatest number of TEL-BUCHS and accum- ulating the greatest number of points in the campaign, a cup was purchased, to be engraved with the name of that organization which won the contest. A spirited iight from beginning to end kept the winner in doubt until the final moments of a most successful campaign. At that time Delta Gamma and Kappa Kappa Gamma were very close in the number of points garnered. The final count gave the cup to Delta Gamma. We congratulate Delta Gamma on its victory for it certainly had worthy competitors. All the girls worked hard and faithfully for their organization to win. We are sorry we couldnt give every one of them a cup but such is the nature of a contest that the best must win so we wish to thank all those who helped to make the 1925 TEL-BUCH sales campaign a success and especially the winner of the cup- DELTA GAMMA 265 ACKNOWLEDGMENT ln publishing a book pertaining to all the activities and happenings of a school year, a tremendous amount of work must be put into it in order that it may be a truly good book. This work cannot be done entirely by the staff so other students and persons, who are interested in our University are asked to help and in many cases volunteer their assistance. lt is to those who have helped us make this book possible that the 1925 Tel-Buch Staff wish to extend their sincere thanks: RUTH ACKLEY ADA BORDNER EDITH CRAY RUTH DoRN PATON EDWARDS VAN ELLSVVORTH Lucius I-IiTcHcoc1t DOROTHH' KLTENZLI lVlORTIMER LEGGETT PALMER ART STUDIO DR. RAH'BIOND PEASE ALMA REITER MARY SHUMAN DOROTHX' STEESE VIOSEPHINE SEIFERT ALICE TUCRER TEL-BUCH SALES GIRLS FEDERAL OIL 8: GAS Co lr""'--..,... .1 3 , f ' -' 'ill .N ,, Lg:F.5f151a5fa:F.5Q5QeE5Q5i'5Q5fa'5G5Q mmfeaimfsssmmmbsgq U5 IQ E 59 hi A HAPPENINGS uf 1 E JE 1 swf M0n.Tues.xvfii'1'11urS, Fri. A 531. IE LEE 1 , 1 l 1 H? E J 1 1 1 2 ' 3 1 4 1 EH Q 1 '3' EF-1 561718,9f10 11 1 252 -55 t 41 1 3 Z H51 12 13 14 15116117'18 QQ ' 2 7 1 1 Q 1 Q 19120 21 22 23 24 25 1 gf. - ' 1 I 1 lj'-Q 5 '1 11 1 if sa 22 126,27 2329130315 3 5551 ILE I I 1 if -W ! l gg 2.1 Er 1 E Q E LE? CALENDAR Q Q2 Ha 53 EE 5 EF: 52 an 1:5 13:1 5:1 1 ' 5 Hi 15? 3 5a5fa5Q5Q5Q.e1a5Q5Q5Qe55G5G5G5Q512e125555355555555:Haifa-15H 3 ' 1 267 1 0521563 GEWCA1 mmm! Qnwsmv SEPTE BER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY TH U RSDAY FRI DAY SATURDAY Coach Coleman Upper - classmen Classesheldforlirst Big crop of green Freshmanreception Gene Smith reg- calls out the foot- ball candidates. Signs of coming school. Freshmen register. They don't know what they are in for. register. Some bring cots along in order to rest be- tween moves. Fees must be paid at once. time. All are glad to be back. Audree Hubbard looks like a first class Indian. First assembly. stuff this year. Freshmen still com- ing in. in Crouse Gym. All the good looking freshman women are out in full dress. isters amidst pro- found rejoicing of the Zetes. First Saturday class. Every one sleeps. Monday with all its charms. Things are beginning to look like old times. Several are late to class. Hon. J. J. Tiggert speaks in chapel. "A" association banquet at the City Club. New coaches talk. Major Griffiths and Tiggert talk. The tirst crop of tags appear on the windshields. Isn't it funny how easy it is to forget that parking on the walks isn't allowed? All the fair frails are stricken dumb. Or- ders are out that every one must be vaccinated. Zeta Alpha Epsilon wins scholarship cup. Student Welcome dance at Firestone. Election day. Usual suspense is felt on the campus. Women's League party for freshman women. The Music Hall is crowded and all "the young folks sure had a good time." Monday again and back to the grind amidst a down- pour of rain which takes all the fun out of going to school. More rain and yel- low slickers. Does- n't stop football practice. 268 OCTOBER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRlDAY SATURDAY Spanish Club meet- ing in Women's League rooms. Quite a large num- ber present even though it is date night. Second issue of Buchtelite. Biology Club meet- ing. "Doc" Fox much in evidence. Pep meeting in chapel. Parade through downtown streets. "Daddy" Egbert holds a night class in as- tronomy on the campus. Phi Kap- pa Delta Harvest dance at University Club. Akron 6-Hillsdale 18. Tough game but they were good. Lance and Helmet dance in gym. Large crowd as usual. Zeta Alpha Epsilon celebrated founder's day yesterday by going to church and then a banquet at the house. "Doc" Fox gives out all the latest on the best fresh- man girls. Zeta Alpha Epsilon Alumni smoker at the house. Limbach smoked too many ' cigars and got sick. Wooster wakes up to a painted town. "Sodie" Failor is almost arrested in Wooster' last night -strange co-inci- dence. ' Noise 'n everything in chapel today. Tomorrow is mi- gration day. On to Wooster. Hope runs high that we will beat them. Everybody goes to Wooster, and we win. AKRON 7 -Woos1'ER 6. Parade in Akron. Firemen put out bonfire on campus. Classes called off at 11 o'clock. Par- ade downtown after bonlireq at Buchtel Field-.' Open house at allffraternities. Kappa Kappa Gam- ma -founder's day banquet. Freshmen and soph- omores indulge in a battle on the cam- pus. Result of over- How of school spirit. Frosh and sophs called on the carpet for the row they stirred up yester- day. Jenkins de- livers ultimatum. Captain Tidyings decides to organize a band. R.O.T.C. men requested to turn out. Psychol- ogy Club meeting. Chapel as usual. Mr. Marting speaks about the sewers. Dr. Petticoff speaks. No game tomorrow so -the ' chapel is a quiet one. Kappa Kappa Gam- ma Benefit bridge. Football team goes to Mt. Union to see them play. Phi Mu theater party at Goodyear. The "Thief of Bag- dad" was good. Kappa Kappa Gam- ma weiner roast after meeting. The Colonial was good according to "Slats" Miller. He liked the little blond in the front row. . Latest news from biology building- "Doc" Fox has a new born guinea pig. His name is Herr Donderblitz- en. Things are back to normal when Don Darrah begins to notice the new fresh- men women. Everyone sleeps in chapel. A short cheer session a- wakens them some- what. QPhi Mu's hold a rushing party .at the Dutch Oven.B Akron 2 - Mt. Union 6. There were many Akron students at the game and it was certainly a heart breaker. So close and yet so far. Dr. Kolbe calls the student body yel- low for not sup- porting- the, team after losing to Mt. Union. ' Every one is asham- ed ofjhls actions. "Denny" and Dorothy enjoyed the picture at the Orpheum last night. Delta Gamma holds a party some place. Van Ellsworth puts on an -animal show. He .has ,the cutest little dogs. Phi Mu party in rooms. Republican Club rally. Only a few more days un- til election. 1 K9 Chapel. No school in after- noon. Freshman- sophomore battle. Miserable day and especially so for the freshmen. for they are trounced. N EMBER MONDAY TUESDAY VVEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Akron 16-B. W. 0 Homecoming Day. Banquet in gym. ZBN danige at house. AEO Pifallowe'en dance. Lone Star dance. ZAE Pledge dance at University Club. Blue Monday. Chemists driven out of lab by tear gas. Election day. Half the student body work for the elec- tion board. Biology Club in VVomen's League rooms. Miss Reed plays violin solos fo r Friendsiof Music. Limbach slips and falls on steps of engineering build- ing - new steps soon. ' Chi Theta Tau dance at Burns' Club. Faculty V..WOlH6H'S party ,in Women's League rooms. Students are begin- ning to' leave for VVesleyan. ' Ohio Wesleyan 17 -Akron 7. Three Akron girls bum their way. Nice girls,d'own at Wesleyan Q- ask anyone that was there. , Fraternity and sor- ority meetings. Nothing of im- portance ever hap- pens' on Monday. Bryce Club. R. L. S. Quill Fra- ternity meeting in VVomen's League rooms. ' Home economic Club has an indoor picnic... ,. French Club gives "Le Surprise D' Isidor" in NVomen's League rooms. It was- an enjoyable play for those who understood it. Chemistry Club meeting in VVorn- en's League rooms. Military Assembly. Commissions pre- sented to cadets. Engineers test boil- ers at Swineheart Rubber Co. Alpha Gamma Del- ta parents party. Akron 20-Ashland 14. First Informal. Big crowd andwa good time' "was -had"l Leatherman's has a rush after thedance. A few more dogs make the campus their rendevous. It will soon look like a menagerie or dog pound. Story tell- ing in Women's League room. Sigma Delts and Kappa Alpha Sig- ma convicted of breaking rushing rules. Better luck next time. Women's League holds election. XValtz and Smith elected. Teachers win hoc- key game. Latest addition to faculty - Philip Edwin - son of Coach Ricker. Prof. Egbert adds another baby to his collection. Business Clubmeet- ing. The eats were terrible. Psychology Club has some new stunts in XVomen's League room. They might have known every one wouldn't be fooled. New songs and yells tried out in chapel. Big crowd at the Colonial - many well known Akron U ' couples were there. Akron 14-Toledo 7. Good game and a tough one too. Sigma Beta Nu Pledge dance at house. Sophomores defeat freshman hockey team. It was a hair raising strug- gle. "Gebie" slip- ped and broke her -no. not quite. Annual Battalion hop in the "Barn." The place looked like an army had decorated it for it takes that many to make an impres- sion. The dance was a huge success -ask any one. Ah! Turkey Day and Akron won from Kenyon 17-7. It was an awful day butfwho minded that with the din- ner awaiting after it was over. OAK dance in Crouse gym. 270 Day of rest after battling with the turkey. KaDDa Sigma Chi dance at Akron City Club. Alpha Sigma Omi- cron dance at house. No classes. Rest and lots of it but not half as much as we think is neces- sary.' DECEMBER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY First snow fall. Men practice bas- ketball in the gym for the coming in- terclass contests. Frosh-Soph football game at Buchtel Field. The snow doesn't ,keep the sophs from winning -0. Nearly every man in school turns out for basketball prac- tice. There ought to be"S61T1e hot battles this year. 1 J' Girls practice bas- ketball. Freshman class hold a special meet- ing overfgthe state of their , treasury. They are hard up, evidentlyr. .. Chapel talk on Psalm. Men's class basket- ball games, Juniors and sophs win. Popularity, contest for Tel- Buch fea- ture. ' -- ' Musical Club's "hop." Lambda Chi smok- er. Alpha Gamma Del- ta Benefit dance at University Club. Phi Mu party at Leonore Kroger's. Lambda Chi's have a battle with some ruffians at the gorge. Men's interclass basketball games. It looks like another big year...for the sophomores. Sophomores win the inter - class cham- pionship. Theyjust couldn't be stopped. Interfraternity ban- quet at Talmadge Inn. Hagenbaugh and Firick sure were hungry + at least they must have been. 1 French Club play. VVon't it be a grand and glorious feeling when Christmas comes' and the 8 o'clock classes will be no more for a long time? Bring on the vacation! Freshman intelli- gence exam. in the gym. They ought to get thembefore they' enterg' Lambda Chi Alpha Formal at Portage Hotel. . Big crowd at State theater. Miles Royal cer- tainly is getting to be a collegiate place., Sigma. Tau install- ed. ' , Perry'Dern1ning al- most breaks Some- thing at Ruth Mit- chella's party. Woe unto those who have not stud- ied. Grades are out and they, are way " down. The faculty are getting tough bn flunkers. Football banquet at Spindlers. The execution of chick- ens was terrible. Brown ate so much that his chair could- n't stand the excess weight so it let him down on the floor. Physics Club meet- ing. The talk was on the life of a star, Klt wasn't what it was cracked up to be for there wasn't a gooclplook- ing girl's picture shown all eveningj It's tough to be broke at Christmas time when there are so many, nice things to buy for the "girl"! Delta Gamma For- mal at the Univer- sity Club. Kappa Sigma Chi smoker. X One more day of school. Informal in the "Barn." Everyone feeling fine for now theremare no more 8 o'clock classes for two weeks. 1 Male portion of school moves to U. S. postofiice. No school but lots of sleep. Delta Gamma party at Edna Hunsick- er's4 Akron 23-Alumni 34. The first bas- ketball game of the season brought out all the weak 'and strong points of the varsity. Nothing doing but eating and sleeping for those who have- n't work. A 'Tis the night be- fore Christmas. Christmas day and Santa Claus came toeveryone'shome. Lots of chicken and turkey and all the trimmings. Santa Claus is gone now. Zeta Alpha Ep- silon Love Feast. Phi' Mu Christmas party 'at the Uni- versity Club. Akron 27 - Fire- stone 39. Not much of a basketball game but it helps the'varsity get in condition. ' Phi Delta Theta Convention in Cleveland and all of the Zetes are up there. Phi Delta Theta returns the chapter to Zeta Alpha Ep- silon. Q Doctor Kolbe is initiated. Alpha Gamma Del- ta Christmas- party at Fairlawn Coun- try Club. Chi Theta Tau dance at University Club. Breakfast at the fraternity house. University Club New. Year's Eve dance at Firestone is well patrdnized by students. ' 271 ANUARY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRTDAY SATURDAY New Year's day with all its attend- ant resolutions that almost succeed in lasting out the day. The holidays are all over now: all that is left to do is go back to school. Last day to sleep until noon. Back to school. The worst part of a va- cation is going back to work again. Phi Mus have a spread in the rooms. Probably ate the remainsof the hol- iday turkey. Akron 29-Heidel- berg 30. Men's Pan-Hellenic council adopt a new panacea for the rushing season. Maybe it will work. Where do all the men and girls go on Wednesday night? Somehow they are never home. Mason had a date tonight -he looked guilty all day. Biology Club meet- ing. Phi Kappa Delta Rushing party. Phi Delta Theta rushing party. Kappa Kappa Gam- ma rushing party at the City Club. Delta Gamma rush- ing party at the Women's City Club. Alpha Epsilon Phi rushing party. Akron 33-Case 14. Lambda Chi smok- er. Phi Mu Rushing party at Portage C o u n t r y C l u b . Kniffm sure liked it. Phi Kappa Rho bridge tournament. Pi Gamma Mu grants charter to Akron. Prevailing excite- ment - women's pledge day. Laugh- ter and tears mingle freely. Usual screeching and me- owing. h Lambda Chi Alpha rushing party. Zep and Rasor are some entertainers. Founders Day. Rev. Tomlinson speaks in chapel. Fire- stone speaks in chapel too. Akron 27-Cincin- nati 14. Founder's Day en- tertainment at the Armory. Akron 22-Hiram 20. It was nearly a lost one for Akron but Perry's long one pulled it thru. C o m m o n s Cl u b Founder's Day ban- quet at Spindlers. Registration week for new students. Lone Star rushing party. Sigma Beta Nu rushing party. Kappa Delta Pi elects officers. Pa Grismer is giv- ing out cigars- proud father of bouncing baby. Chi Delta Phi in- stalled. Ted Eber- hard does the in- stalling. Basketball rally in the gym. Physics Club meet- ing. Women's League party. Akron 30-Wooster 27. It was a real basket ball game. Phi Sigma meeting in Biology Lab. Men's pledge day. Intense excitement prevails. Registration of new students. Explorer talks in chapel. Eclipse of the sun. Every one gets up early to see the phenomena. Chi Theta Tau Founder's Day ban- quet. Registration of new students. - Now for the real test-exams all this week. It's a tough life, when one does not study. High school ath- letes banqueted at University Club. Sock and Garter Club must change their name. Story telling party. Some of the stories that were told were whoppers. The world is com- ing to an end soon -wish it would come now while exams are onQ if at any time. ZH Only one more day of exams - isn't that too bad? Women's Faculty party. Akron 26-Ohio U 40. Exams are over now and the worst is yet to come-the grades. . lx 'i . 1 Ml 1 r l ml - l .-, Y 'L 'I ...C ': 'i f I 4: I1 r . 4 V l I 1 ..r 1 . . --Q 7 i ..... V' 'Q-'-11 J ll -.1 I 1 .,, l -. X . I FEBRUARY MON DAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY No school. Phi Delta Theta installation at the UniversitywClub. Senior Promi at the Masonic Temple. A, I ,.v,:,,1 '. .:.cl-l...g Professor Bulger re- turns after a leave of absence. Phi Delta Theta Formal "Inaugural Ball at the'Univer- sity Club?-C No rest for the weary-school be- gins again. .fn V Thornbush meet- ing. Bowling match be- tween the Lone Stars andthe Kap- pa Sigma Chis at the Goodyear. Akron 32 - Mus- kingum 29. Phi Kappa Delta open house. Tel-Buclrcampaign starts. Heinzerling and Sullivan try to bum their way to Wes- leyan but they have to walk all the way. Akron .36-Wesley- an 39. ff X X Phi Kappa Rho smoker. Freddie Moskovitz smoked so many cigars that he was unable to go to bed. f E 1 Phi Delt's 'give a burlesque show. Isn't a Monday morning awakening the worst thing ever? Oh! how we hate - you know the rest. R. L. S. Quill Fra- ternity meeting. French Club meet- ing. Don and Har- riet enjoyed it im- mensely. Home Economic Club holds a meet- ing-discuss all the methods of slinging a mean rolling pin. This is going to be an unlucky day for some one-Miami evidently. Akron 33--Miami 27. Pierian dance at Crouse gym. Valentine Day. Alpha Epsilon Phi Courtesy Tea at the Portage Hotel. Lone 'QStar house dance. I I Mason gets, several kind g14eetmgs,,l of the day. Sanderson's second hand book store is raided-they didn't get much. Mrs. Kolbe givesan illustrated talk on dress. Tel-Buch campaign is getting hot-the temperature is slow- ly rising - Kapps and Delts are neck and neck. Lambda Chi par- ents party. Thornbush meet- ing. Lance and Helmet mixer in the gym. Mount Union had some team. Akron 18 - Mt. Union 29. Women's League partym the "Barn." Akron 34-Heidel- berg 15. Sigma Beta Nu Founder's Day dance. 1 Alpha Sigma Omi- cron house dance. Lambda Chi. house dance. Phi Delta Theta house dance. Wasn't Washington the finest fellow? No school today. Phi Kappa Delta house burned yes- terday. Valuable relics destroyed. Chinese merchant sells many curios to students. R. L. S. Quill Fra- ternity meeting. Lieut. "Slats" Mil- ler up for court martial. He sock- ed another ofticer. Psychology Club meeting. Last day of Tel- Buch campaign un- til next section of engineers come in. Still a neck and neck race. Biology Club meet- ing. A First call for base ball. "Doc" Fox makes students believe there is a "TB" epidemic on the campus. Case 42-Akron 39. Phi Kappa Delta benefit bridge in the gym. Phi KappafDelta benefit dance. . 1 4 273 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY C ill Windy month is here. Now that short skirts are in again it isn't half bad. X R. L. S. Quill Club program. Akron debaters lose to Hiram, "Slats" Mjiller will be our basketball captain nesttv year. Spanish Club meets. Alice Falor gives a birthday for "Bill." Thornbush meet- ing. Phi Sigma banquet in Curtis,,,Cottage. Akron 4-lb '- St. Xavier 35X Last basketball game for "'Squirt" and "Weeds" Delta Gamma wins the Tel-Buch Cup. Congratulations. It was a hot battle- the thermometer went over the top. Daddy Egbert talks in chapel. VYVV 1. Phi M u M others Tea. - -- all Akron beaten by in-,L Ohio Nortliiern in 3, .- a bunk sling ng con- - -X- test. V- -' 1 1 Nothing to do but go to school and study - something exciting ought to happen. .U l A Chi Theta Taus win intramural game from Phi Delts. i l 1 l T l 1 l First track call is- sued. If Akron has as good a team this year as they had last it' will be some teanr I Lone Stars beat Chi Taus. One more game to de- cide the champion- ship. " Chemistry Club meeting. Delta Gamma dance at Hudson Country Club. Sigma Delta Theta HooDoo dance at the Firestone - they sure picked the right day. ' Stars 'win 'intra- mural champion- ship. Cole and Karam win Senior Ashton prizes. l , , Frances Swan wins centennuv medal. -' 1 V' ! , .- ff.- '--v' 9. 1' Faculty women have a party. - ,C Engineers throw a mean wiggle in the 1 , gym. +- ,l Story telling again in Women's League rooms. Some peo- ple are terrible liars. l Baseball candidates are out for their first workout. Phi Mu's win the women's intramural championship. l Business Club meets. Phi Mu's still cele- brating their , vic- tory. W- "Guff" Krotzer climbs into a bed full of loose feath- ers. He always wanted to sleep in a feather bed. , I J Everybody says hello to everyone else today for it is the official day for such familiarity. Musical Cllubs broadcast from WEAR. 1. Krotzer finds him- self famous over- !A-A night. Hesure had ij a strenuous night K-. too.."C' T i. .- Wonder why they call Mondays, Blue? Three guesses. l "Zep" Shoch al- most had a serious accident last night. he yelled so loud for Mote to pass the eggs that he almost ruined histutensils. l All the Stars have to leave baseball practice early for they are having their annual Alum- ni banquet at the Portage. I Marion Brown has a new Ford so it had to be initiated into college life- Bob 'Hagenbaugh posed as the sleep- ing beautyl on' its fender. D All the school does honor to Hayes jenkins, Akron's most brilliant ath- lete f6i"'1924-'25,.f Vote on Buchtelite amendment. ' -I 1 .1- Buchtelite amend- ment is passed. Informal in Crouse Egwtl gym.,,.,lt was .well nn patronized - many - out-of-town students , are in,ev1dence.'- H" , . 3 I lf, Baseball and track teams look promis- ing. The girls rifle team is showing good form too.. l A Grismer is now in the "Stringing" business. He ought to make a huge suc- cess of it. He says it takes lots of "guts.",X 1 274 i. l l.,' 4... l . APRIL MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY April Fool day. Not many fools on the campus. Glee Clubs sing at Perkins Auditorium. Buchtelite has all the fraternities talking - some hot letters to the editor. Thornbush meeting. Akron takes a beat- ing from General Tire ball team. The Hilltoppers looked good though. Phi Delts hold a house dance. Lambda Chi house dance. No school all this week. Now is the time for the Tel- Buch staff to work. French Club goes to Cleveland. i All the fraternity houses look like bee hives by the amount of work and buzz- ing arolilid' being d o n e . A n n u a l cleaning. R. L. S. Quill Fra- ternity meeting. More loahng and no work to do. lsn't it great to be a student when there is no school? Chemistry Club meeting. They must have a lot of faith in their members. German Club meet- ing. East Market Street Gardens are still drawing their usual quota. l A Day before Easter so every one is staying at home or someone else's home for the evening. Back to the old grind for the final lap. Nothing to look forward to but June. Story Telling class. Graduate R. L. S. quill Fraternity meeting. Jenkins had a date last night-we saw him. Thornbush Chap- ter meeting. Won- der what they dis- cuss? Phi Mu Pledge dance at Silver Lake Country Club. Baseball Game Akron Reserve 9 Lots of the boys and girls are late and missing too, from class. Kappa Sigma Chi dance at the Silver Lake Country Club. Sigma: Beta iNu Pledge dance. Baseball and track squads look good. Freshmen women party. R. L. S. Quill Fra- ternity meeting. Glee Club concert. Phi Delta Theta Parents party. Commons Club held a tea-Dick Snyder poured. Chemistry Club meeting. Lone Star Minstrel Show at Central High Auditorium. Kappa Kappa Gam- ma Spring formal at Congress Lake C o u n t r y C l u b . Good place, good dance. German Club meet- ing. , Fourth Informal and every one had a hot time. Too bad there aren't going to be more of them. I Story Telling Class. R. L. S. Quill Fra- They are getting ternity meeting for better every time grads. they meet. Moskovitz made another of his Hying visits to Pittsburgh. Wonder what he does up there? Thornbush meeting. Biology Club meet- ing Olin Hall. ZH MAY Laughing Mask Club Show. A regular scream. Laughing Mask Show. R.L.S. Quill Fraternity meeting. Spanish Club meeting. Chemistry Club meeting. Womens League Show, "Mostly Nothing." Name was deceptive. R.L.S. Quill Fraternity graduate meeting. Thornbush meeting. R.L.S. Quill Fraternity meeting. Chemistry Club meeting. Lambda Chi Alpha Formal. Rasor and Schoch were the chief entertainers. . U Sigma Beta Nu Spring Formal. Lone Star Formal. Thornbush meeting. Tree Day. This is the best day of the year. JUNE R.L.S. Quill Fraternity meeting. Spanish Club meeting. Biology Club meeting. Phi Mu Formal. Sigma Delta Theta Formal. Story Telling in Womens League rooms. R.L.S. Quill Fraternity graduate meeting. Womens League Show French Club meeting. Thornbush meeting. Phi Delta Theta Fezzy Feast. Lone Star "Fish Fry." Delta Gamma Spring Formal. junior Hop, Firestone Club House. Graduation Exercises. Craduation Exercises. 276 E:5a5s.5C.aamaa5EaaEasEsas Esssbqamabqaasesaqseam 55 as 59 ef. H5 ea H4 as 59 EE 55 sf. 55 5 Hi sa 55 ea Hi E E af. EE ea 59 as EE Ha HH Z2 EE 33 ADVERTISEMENTS E EE 5 gg EE 513 EE 5 EE 55 EF: 51, HH HT, as 55 EE gg E gg E ga E E E2 5 ss gg EE 5 ' as as an EE E an 22 EE EEQEQEEQEEQHQEEGEGEEEEE5555555555555:amass 277 unicipal University of kron The Ufzz'fver.vz'ty Own' Counter in ffze Following Scfzoofy BUCHTEL COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Regular four-year college courses leading to the degrees A.B. or B.S. A course in the chemistry of rubber. Combination courses with Ohio State University in law and agriculture. Combina- tion courses with VVestern Reserve University in medicine and law. Such combination courses save the student one year's time in obtaining both degrees. Courses for the training of teachers are also given in co-operation with the College for Teachers. THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMMERCE Offers five-year, co-operative courses in various branches of engineering. and in Business Adminisf tration. In these courses, the student attends college two weeks and spends the next twoweeks at work in engineering, industry, or business. THE CURTIS SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS Gives a four-year course of college grade in home economics. The sciences of chemistry, physics. botany, zoology and bacteriology furnish a basis for specialized work in chemistry and prepa- ration of food sanitation, dietetics, etc. THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS Offers courses to prepare teachers for either grade school or high school positions. Conducted jointly by the University and the Board of Education. Offers to students all the advantages of the University and, for practice work, the resources of the Akron public school system. THE SUMMER SCHOOL Offers instruction in any course of the University if a suiiicient number of students desire it. Classes for teachers in elementary and high schools, for college students and for citigens .are'con- ducted daily. Opportunity for advanced standing in the various colleges of the University is an attractive feature. THE DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL CO-OPERATION This department is not a teaching unit of the University. It gives advanced students oppor- tunity to enter into the activities of city work. such as chemical, physical, and bacteriological tests for various city departments, also into sociological work in connection with the City Board of Health and the Charity organizations. THE EVENING CLASSES Offer opportunity to employed persons to obtain college training in nearly every department of the institution. Address-President P. R. KOLBE, or Secretary C. R. OLIN, for Information. 278 The Philadelphia RubberWorks Co. 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A Little Difference Ivloskovitzt "My vot a swell suit Bennie. You're a credit to your tailor." Bennie: "Yom all wrong Freddie, now that I have the suit I'm a debit to him." We Know Her Too A young man with a pretty but flirtatious fiancee wrote to a rival: "I hear that you have been kissing my girl. Come to my office at eleven on Saturday. I want to have this out." His reply was: "I received your circular letter and will be at the meeting." Sweet One 'Too Stilwell: "I wonder why there isnt a woman in the moon?" Ruby I-lardy: "There is-in a honeymoon." Her rosy lips were near me To kiss her was the best of jokes, And yet I did not try it For she was a dummy made for cloaks. TELLING'S 'UNEQUALED QUALITY" ICE CREAM E The Telling-Belle Vernon Company 288 rnamental Iron ork Co. MANUFACTURERS OF EVERYTHING MADE OF IRON WIRE SHEETS AND CAST IRON FOR BUILDING PURPOSES 929 Sweitzer Ave. Main 5982 and 3 H e Deserzied Worse "Hello, Sanderson, whats the matter?" "Gunshot wound. old man." "Great Scott, how did it happen, out huntingf "No-learning to play the saxophone." Suburban Life Rimer: "Yes, I am living in the country now and it certainly has its inconveniences." Mote: "What do you miss most?" Rimer: l'The last train at night." Whnts to K now Doc Fox: A'Let me know if that prescription does any good. l m troubled with rheumatism now and then mysell. It seems that up in Heaven the late Woodrow Wilson happened to run across lvloses. The latter said to him with patronizing pleasantry: 4 "Well, they didnt do a thing down there to those fourteen points of yours." "Oh, thats nothing," replied Woodrow. "You ought to see what they are doing to those ten commandments of yours." Palmer Brotherls E A T XY 424 East Market Street 4"7 ' Bus Z 72 ess Um"zJer5z'iy 57 East Market Street Learn to Typewrite your notes. Let us help you during your spare time. The Crouse Clay Products Company Manufacturers of AKRCN STANDARD SEVVER PIPE Factory and Ofhces 550 E. South Street Main 617-618 Sky H i gh Prof. lyloore: "Now if anything should go wrong with this experiment, we would all be blown sky high. Come a little closer boys so you may iollow me. Engwall' "Bill, whats grape nuts?" Eaken: "Guys that drink grape juice. There isn't much in life but this: :X babys smile, a womans kiss A book, a pipe, a lricnd, And just a little cash to spend. Twice .els Ililutli "Dont be afraid oi the bacon, IVIr. Brown," said the landlady: 4 'iNot at all, ma am. I ve seen a piece oi bacon twice that size and it didnt irighten me a bit. Firm Step l'W'ell, Ruth and liniflfin have taken their hrst step toward divorcef 'AHow's that? "They have been married." No Resemblance Old Lady: 'll am looking lor my little dog Fido." Don Leonard: "Do l, hic, dont Stare at mc, do l look like him?" Qld Lady: UNO. Fido had white ears," Found Colzmm Found in a newspaper- A"lVIr. Brown was seriously injured at the factory. His income was cut oilf Found on a tombstone- -uBaby Gray, age nine months. 1 The most affectionate, faithlul and dearest ol dogs, who died Aug. 20, 1024. Found inkthe confectionery- I A'Relreshment, fruit, and dogs." Found on a Ford- "fl950.00. Ride in this car and you will never ride in another." ' Hard Work Eberhard: l'l'm not going to school today, 'cause l'll have to work too hard." Wilson: "What do you have to do?" Eberhard: "I don't know but the teacher said we would have caloused thenies after todays classes." Discharge Him A chap was arrested for assalt and battery and brought before the judge. judge to prisoner: 'iWhat is your name, your occupation, and what are you charged with?" Prisoner: "lVIy name is Sparks, I am an electrician, and l am charged with battery." sludge: AIOFFICCF, put him in a dry cell." The Herberich-Hall-Harter Co. fmttmfzce Rea! Estate Mortgage Laam Herberich Building 12 E. Exchange St. 290 The House of Twenty Thousand Books 36 S. HIGH STREET Cut down your term expenses by seeing us for books VVe buy or exchange with you Books on Books of Government, Education, Mathematics, Languages, Science Short Stories COM PLIMENTS OF The Akron Grocery Co. BOOSTERS AND PACKERS OF Betsy Buss Qllnffee THIRTY-FIVE YEARS IN AKRON The J. V. Swartz Co. DISTRIBUTORS OF F IN E CANDY We Supply the Akron U Book Store 1 E. STATE ST. M 1234 COOKS TEA ROOM LUNCHEON :: AFTERNOON TEA DINNER 21 S. Main St. Nantucket Bldg. 11 A.M.-7:30 P.M. M 1766 Akron Law School Offers a four-year course pre- paring for Bar examination. Efo- 673' student of the Akron Law School who took the Bar exam- ination last December was admitted to the practice of law. Jrfe For zz Czzfafog 57 EAST MARKET ST. Phone M 2968 292 IW zu, HN 1 f Ns N? J "Come up to Crane?" When you make appointments to meet your guests! Where you will find the best food, candy and sodas with efficient, courteous service. Our prices have been reduced to a mini- mum without affecting the quality of our merchandise. We now have a circulating library in our candy shoppe for your convenience. Crane? - - MILL AND HIGH NIAIN 19-14 "A CANDY SPECIAL EVERY DAY FOR AKRON" lg Ai 1- ix -- 'ff 'ls""QfQ - ' it is i ' ' ' '?-6 53' VHS" i .'.L,',Kj,4Z-f,I.,e?-f , 0.-:ilu si l Q. 3 WZ? Nkji. 5 4 1 MASONIC TEM PLE BLDG. The Students Newspaper Regardless of what the student's ambitions may be, he can more easily attain them by keeping abreast of world events by daily reading a conservative and constructive newspaper. The Akron eneon amend! thru its world wide news gathering agencies, with its corps of the most intellectual writers in newspaperdom, and its staff of the most famous Cartoonists, gives to the student a wealth of news and infor- mation that will greatly assist him in keeping his knowledge of local, state, national and international affairs, strictly up to the minute. The Akron Beacon Journal is the Akron Students Newspaper 293 ""' AMES A. GARFIELD used to say that every time he met a small boy on the street he felt like lifting his hat. ,QT fb- 5-4 ' lhe boy might prove to be a Lincoln or a Shakespeare. You ll A 'couldn t tell by looking at him. D D r iqm, Xhlor can you tell by looking at an automobilettire how far it cg :Z - fis built to go. Good tires and not-so-good tires look about 5, 54 x pziegually sturdy on the surface. I F fgf ' if J A A as lhis is more trueol tires than of almost any .other merchandise you can name. lhe ear is a-better judge of tire values than the pi X eyeg reputation, a sater guide than treads and outer casings. So far as lvlohawks are concerned, the conversation of users has built up one of the most loyal and exclusive clienteles in America. ln fact, what users say about these superior tires is practically summarized in the words that conclude this advertisement- M01-IHWKS Go Farther! L-r The Mohawk Rubber Co. llyy l AKRoN, oH1o ,,,. . ln days of olde When Knights, so bolde Vxfere Sire, instead of lvlister. lt could be said Of every lX4aid That no man ever kister, ln this new age It is the rage Ol' every little Sister To proudly boast And give a toast That no man ever mister L'Enz'oie Whether Knights be bold Or nights be cold Put your armor ounder, The pretty Miss Proceed togwell, You know you wont astounder.-Puppet. Manufactured and Sold by THE VVISE FURNACE CO. l .x X l fm . iii:?i'Y'M,, . I i 4 A'i.ii-'ijllwljigflff - S lx lliiiii-ijfb ,fy ' 'i ii-g ' i ,ffl lx 9 fl H Q l-A i,vei,ti ., 9 ":"f'iL'1i, f ' -ji , p x, , i l i- i t if .4 iiiy 1, llibllii hpllllll-'1"ll',4f Wiimyi Ylwyliif lilllu, 'i 'lf it 294 1 1 1 U 111 1: Q1 1, 'I N. i1 1. 11? QQ ,. ii fi' nl 11 i 31 1 V! 1 '5 Y i W ,HI '51 U' 11, 1 1 L M 11 In ll I? W 1U af .1 IV 111 il H 1 1 ,,1 ,Q '1 ,1 .1 11 31 M1 -Tv 1 511 jx -1 IH up 151 1 ,. 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