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STHNIMEL, B.S ........ W. J. BANKES, A.M .......... ELIZABETH A. THOMPSON FREDRIOK S. SEFTON, B.S. FRANCIS KUSHMAN ,,,,,,,,..,.,, HEZZLETON E. SIMMONS ........ ULYSSES S. VANCE ........... RICHARD H. SCHMIDT ......... of the University -.......Secretary of the University ........-..Registrar of the University ,,,,,.,.-Vice-President of the Faculty of the Faculty ...................-Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts Dean of the College of Engineering and Commerce .......---....Director of the School of Home Economics ..--....-...........Dean of the Teachers College and Director of Summer Session , A-M -........ ......................... D ean of Women -...............-.-...-PhysicaI Director ...-..-.--.----.---.---..-.--....--..--.-Librarian -.........Director of Evening Session Editor -----------.---ChCliI'mf1Il Of C0mmittee on Entrance - EDITH G. CRAY, A.B., M.A .,,,,,,,,, ,.,,L, -----'- - - --Alumni Secretary 26 i., ,.-1" .- CL,-" fry - " ,f'rff'f'ff5-""' ff-fzfazf A ,M 1: ff ' ' ,'.f, 3 1 Yixifil wi Im" tl :AU If Wxkili .Ley Nff3H'1"5 VJ 'r .,,.. X ' 5 N Xw -N F ,-K 'u N? on .iffff nj fha, ELITE: nj flu- fmt ,lf llzr Fnipgrsffy mlm! of lhf' FGCUUQ fffdfli of Uh' FGCl1lly Ilfgyf ul Liberal Arts ffmzg and Commerce I .15 llunzf Economies im.-fzrrs College and - F SummerSess10n Ilrfm uf WOIHEII phqgirnl Direclor ' Immun ,lf 15 wning Sessivfl I 'niversily Editor '::zfn:'lffe on Elllrdllff Ummm' Secrelllfy A 1 OscA Vice A.M., Kansas State Agricultural College, 18975 LL.D., University of Akron, 1920. HFM. CHARLES M. KNIGHT, A.B., A.M., Sc.D. Dean Emeritus of the Faculty. Professor Emeritus of Chemistry A.B., Tufts Collegeg A.M., SCD., Buchtel College. fIJBK. R E. OLIN, A.M., LL.D. President of the Faculty ALBERT I. SPANTON, A.B., A.M. Dean of Buchtel College of Liberal Arts Pierce Professor of English A.B., Buchtel College, 1899g A.M., Har- ! vard University, 1905. Lance and Hel- met, GJEA OAK. 9 28 YEM- I E. fx Deal! Of H", Comnlffrf CE., Lllfllyct SX. 1-i"""iY MRS- El.lZ.xm: Dean of W Ut A-M-. Blldlll. NCD ll Or I 1.9 'K FRED E AYER C E Dean of the College of Engzneerzng and Commerce CE Lflflgettc College 1900 UO ET Y VIRS E1 IZABETH A THONIPSON AM Dean of Women -XM Buchtel College CDM NVILLIANI J BANKES AB AM Dean of the Teachers College Dzrecloz of the Summer Session AB College of Wooster AM Cluk UH1X,G1S1t37 1914 29 ,'., b xhxh I i x rs., .x..l,. 5 . l ' g llc' ' . C' it 1 ' S H ' ull- profess ' ' , - - A y . N I Bucle . 4 A 3 -X. A ' h 'N I . l f ' u , - Y . N X tg A . 4 o A 3 a a I I ll Ill' ul l.ll7f'ff1l.-l . 1 fllfill -, - - A In Sqll. H3 , d Hel- ., Lsm.,..1n g A I' ii 1 f i . . i.. , I-hyli 2 ' JUS xx SARAH E. STIMMEL, B.S. Director of the School of Home Economics B.S., Ohio State University, 1913. i HEZZLETON E. SIMMONS, B.S., M.S. Director of Night Session B.S., Buchtel College, 19085 M.S., Univer- sity of Pennsylvania, 1912. IIKE, CDH, OAK. 30 f it B..-X li C I,qRl.l'15 I PILH.. mix. MUN B- P' PHD.. FRED F, Hail AB.. l I - Eim. W- L lfrolmln PMB.. Columb Luvnrzxui B3 Commr. AB.. C4 Jonx L. .lux PMB.. l Lnivcrs Tuoms L. f LLB., 1 nati. I9 GEORGE L. I LLB.. S l'nivers Compu: Hsnxus Y, AB.. NN Ross C. Dr n B.S., U Joux T. W B.S., l' liAYxmyl, H AB., l' l'nix-er XVILLIAM L and rt Flux C5801 Royal K. H S, 'HJ' nl 'fllnlf 'ft I ' All' N .Xi ""i'r'. 1913, Professors . JOSEPH C. ROCKXVELL, A.B., PH.D., Professor of Latin and Greek. B.A., Wesleyan University, 1887, PH.D., University of Jena, 1909. fIJBK. CHARLES BULGER, PH.B., PH.D., Professor of Modern Languages. PH.B., Buchtel College, 1908g PH.D., University of Wisconsin, 1920. HKE, QDEA. AMON B. PLOVVMAN, PH.D., B.S., A.M., Professor of Biology. B.S., Ohio Wesleyan University, 18899 A.M., Harvard University, 1902g PH.D., Harvard University, 1905. QIJBK, EACID, QE. FRED F. HOUSEHOLDER, A.B., M.A., Professor of Physics. A.B., University of Wisconsin, 1913g M.A., University of Wisconsin, 1916. EARL W. CRECRAFF, PH.B., .A.M., PH.D., Professor of Political Science and Economics. PH.B., Franklin College, 1907, A.M., Columbia University, 1911g PH.D., Columbia University 1910 KIDAQ OAR L-UVRENCE M MCDERMOIT A B A M P1 ofessor of Business Administration and Comme: ce AB Cornell University 1910 AM Cornell University 1914 EQE 0111 JoHN L JONES PH B M A PH D Professor of Mathematics PHB Latayette College 1900 MA Lafayette College 1909 PHD Hale University 1911 Acacia QBK EX THOMAS L McJox NT LL B B C S Professor of Co Ordinatzon LLB MacDonald Educational Institute 1910 B C S University ot C1ncIn natl 1920 Commons Club QQ AKII1 GEORGE L HAYES LLB MED PHB AM PHD Professor of Education LL B M En Northwestern State Normal School 1900 PH B 01110 Northern University 1910 AM PHD University of Pittsburgh 1920 Square and Compass IIDAK HERNIAS V EGBERT A B A M Professor of Mathematics A B Western Reserve College 1887 A M Western Reserve College 1880 ROSS C DURST B S Professor of Civil Engineering BS Ohio Northern University 1910 Commons Club JOHN T WALTHER B S Professor of Electrical Engineering B S University of Michigan 1909 RAI MOND B PEASE A B A M PH D P1 ofessor of English AB University of Wisconsin 1900 AM Harvard University 1900 PH D University otW1scons1n 1921 Acacia WILLIAM L TYDINGS CAPTAIN INFANTRY U S A Professor of Military Science and Tactics EIIE FRANCESCO B DELEONE MUSD Dzrectoz of Music Royal Conservatory of MUSIC Naples Italy FAM AXA t ' 3 . . ,. , l l 9 9 9 - - l 2 3 1 1 1 1 I ' . . . . l Z 5 A , l , . ., . ., Q2 3 - . 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I 1 ' u i 11 ? . , . ., . it 1 ' ' I a c A 9 9 - - l I gi ' ' ll 3 li I I 1 34-2 L-MAs-v-v--f---MmNv--------a--A-m------m---------M-W-M9--'A-A -fM--P' W--A---WH -b-- ---RW"-A--' -'ti' ' W1---'M' "-"' gpgiifiii 'T 1" .A S SWR Y ,,,L fvww, mmnv-hgh-wWf,,,Lxy-W-Nav'--I'w'w6v1W-WMWNNWM N-Myne-MwfwW-,WWW ,,., MM,r,,V,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,-, ..,.,..i .,.....,....-Y,... -. . ... .. .. .vi . .9 . ' iff V' ''1ffI.11Tl17lfI,f1Z'f,.."'."..i'f.'jl2III1'Ll.IllIlII'ILlIIIffIIfZl..1 ' M mf.IQ::.lff:.lIfE:.,......' V it 'Ll1f.1QfQIfjTQIIlIfLQ i1f.QQflfQ'f.1lQf.ffl fill: fL.1f'IQl ,ff .HQQQ fl ', iQ . f. , f Q ' 31 5 .... - . .... ,.., . .. , . I FRED S. GRIFFIN, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering. M.E., Ohio State University, 1911. EMERY L. RUHNES, B.S., MPD., PH.D., Professor ofEdL1Cf1fi011- B.S., Upper Iowa University, 1906g M.PD., New York University, 1913, PH.D., New York University, 1915. WILLIAM LLOYD DAVIS, PH.B., PH.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology. PH.D., PH.B., Wisconsin. EAE. FREDERICK S. SEFTON, B.S., M.E., Director of Physical EdLlCC1fi0I1- B.S., Colgateg M.E., Harvard. - JAMES W. COLEMAN, B.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Education. B.S., Arkansas. . 1-Oi? Assistant Professors R. GEORGE BABCOCK, Assistant Professor of Physical Education. Michigan. BGJII. ' MERLE BRODERICK, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. First Lieutenant, U. S. A. DONERED H. GARDNER, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of History. A.B., A.M., Princeton. BQII. WALTER A. GILMOUR, B.S., C.E., Assistant Professor of Co-Ordination. B.S., C.E., Norwich. EDBIUND GREGORIE, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics. First Lieutenant, U. S. A. CHARLES A. HALLENBECK, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Political Science. A.B., Rutgersg A.M., New York University. ERNEST F. SCHAEFER, B.E.M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Director of Bureau of City Tests. B.E.M., Ohio State. NOEL VAN WAGENEN, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Education. A.B., A.M., Princetong A.M., Columbia. CLARENCE R. UPP, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering. M.E., Ohio State. JOHN W. BULGER, C.E., Instructor in Civil Engineering. C.E., Ohio State University, 1918. Triangle, IIKE. RICHARD H. SCHMIDT, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Chemistry, A.B., Wesleyan University, 1910g A.M., Columbia University, 1916. Com- mons Club. KATHARINE M. REED, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. A.B., Newcomb Collegeg A.M., Tulane University. AOII. WALTER C. KRATZ, A.B., A.M., PH.D., Assistant Professor of Biology. A.B., Wisconsin, A.M., PH.D., Ohio State. 32 Cwrrx ll' I' BIAHJ"""3 M An.. W FRANR A. li A.B., I 'lllsiiuli L'I.I'ssr:s 5. Editor. A.B.. l HENRI il-AIl.l Bucllrli WIu.mI A. A.B., tl XVILI. H. Ln BS.. F M MARH. J. lin A.B.. XX Rm li. STI! B.S., l' SARAH E. D New ll qw -. ROI.1.Axu li, B.S., l' HENRY Elm Tll4'll1'5 DAVID H. A3 A.B., ,N JOHN M. D. Rs.. I- C' W- Palm A.B., 1 ORvII.I.I: ,L MRS, lim, BUSMH IN 15 A. .. , 4 R xml' ill '55 XX .Qx x Ig, AN 1.4111011- lg rnixlerxit :"""1"5 H1111 Yoci - o 111:5.-,mnnv OH',g1 e 1 Ilitlllrulfun. 1: 19135 10gy' 1 'ff-111111111 1 111 11 4 sl rx, Ilnlzfzulmlz 1 1 11 1 1111 al 1 6' sulrzf Illrec OF 0 ' nur rin!! i 1 ll-V 1. 41 .., lfrn 1111191109 F5 Instructors CARITA MCEBRIGHT, A.B., Instructor in Speech. A.B., Cornell University, Emerson College of Oratoryg American Academy of Dramatic Art, New York. KKF. MARJORIE MITCHELI,, A.B., A.M., Instructor in English. 1 FRANK A. GRISMER, A.B., A.M., Instructor in English. ' 5 A.B., DePauw University, 19215 A.M., Ohio State University, 1923. 5 Tusitalia. EBN. ULYSSES S. VANCE, JR., A.B., Instructor in English and Journalism. University A Editor. 1 A.B., University of Iowa, 1923. EAX, XGT, ACIJF. HENR1 TAILLIART, Instructor in Spanish and French. Bacheller Moderne Parls 1899 WILI IAM A MOORE AB AM Instructor in Chemistry Cornell College Iowa AM Cornell College Iowa 1921 WILL H LIPSCOMBE B S Instructor in Mathematics Florida State College 1921 EAU MABEL J ROGERS A B A M Instructor in Spanish Western Reserve College 1908 AM Western Reserve College 1922 RHA E STINSON B S Instructor in Home Economics BS University of Ill1no1s 1916 AAII SARAH E DUNCKLEY B S Physical Instructor for Women New Haven School of Gymnastics BS Unlversity of Akron 1923 22 HOLLAND D Fox B S M S Instructor in Biology BS UD1V6FS11y of Akron 1921 MS Un1vers1ty ot Akron 1923 IIDAGJ 1112 HENRY METZGER MASTER SERGEANT USA Instructor in Military Science and Tactics DAX ID E ANDERSON AB MS Instructor in Chemistry AB Augustana College 1921 MS University of Chicago 1923 HEI' JOHN M DAv1Es B S Instructor in Physics B S University of Akron 1922 Commons Club C W PORTER AB Instructor in Commerce AB George Washington 1920 ORVILLE J MARSH AB Instructor in Commerce and Administration MRS JANE S BARNHARDT Instructor in Art Boston School of Design Cleveland of Art 33 ll . . 9 s ' ,f1!l7'..N.s. 4 . , . ., . ., . 1 jg A.B., , 5 . ., , , . . 1, . 11 'S If II: ll M, . , .., ' I ' . 1 ix - ' .1 1 i I ' ' 1 it Q . 1 "' - . , . ., . ., . 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I ll If N I ' ...,.. . .., . . . .. . , .. . ........,. . . 19:1 35' 1 Li: E pg: 1. 1.'QQ'fjffffQi1f.iQffl"fil 'E 'fl.'lf1.ifQi.' .Q1Eg1i-Ti.Ql.f..lTjiiiiifgigjg'iijiiiii.i'iig.i.t.fii1iQiii.ipijg'gg. . .fs .ffffi iffigioiiiiifilLigii11iii.1 A.B., Western Reserve University, 1920, A.M., Radcliife College, 1923. 694119. 5 .I AGO UES BREITENBUCHER, A.B., Instructor in Modern Languages. A.B., Municipal University Of Akron. AXA. ALFRED E. BISHOP, B.S., Assistant in Bureau of City T6SfS- B.S., Municipal University of Akron. Commons Club. HOWARD M. DOUTT, Instructor in Political Science. ROSALIND FREEDLANDER, B.S., B.A., Instructor in English. B.S., B.A., Municipal University of Akron. DONALD B. GOODELL, B.S., A.M., Instructor in English. B.S., A.M., Kenyon. LEON MARR SAHAG, B.S., EE., Instructor in Mechanical Drawing. B.S., E.E., North Carolina. - PAUL C. SMITH, B.S., E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering. B.S., EE., Purdue. MARGARET MATII.DA YOUNG, A.B., A.M., Instructor in Mathematics. A.B., Barnard, A.M., Columbia. - FLORA G. HOOVER, A.B., Instructor in Education. A.B., Michigan State Normal. i..0T..' Part Time Instructors, Assistants and Lecturers RUTH B. BROWN, A.B.,eM.A., Instructor in Modern Languages. MRS. C. BEST, Assistant in Chemistry Laboratory. GORDON COOK, Instructor in Advertising. SARAH A. HOWELI,, A.B., Instructor in Social Case Work. MRS. E. L. KUHNES, Instructor in Kindergarten Music. LAWSON G. LOWREY, A.B., A.M., Lecturer in Child Behavior. C. F. MARSHALI,, Instructor in Purchasing and Storing. M. C. MCAIJANON, Instructor in Cost Accounting. E. L. MARTING, A.B., A.M., Instructor in Business and Real Estate. MARGARE'1' MAUS, Instructor in Girls' lVork. CLARK MIIJLER, Instructor of the University Band. LAWRENCE D. RICKER, Instructor in Gymnasium. I. B. WALTZ, Instructor in Bookkeeping and Accounting. R. G. WHITNEY, Instructor in Salesmanship. CARL E. KRILL, Assistant in Biology. l 34 ,A r,,,,,.L ,ff . .ZZ E ,ffm X CLARENCE JOHN E' W .-'W W' M A.B.. KATHRYS T B.S., M T GLADYS P- Louss Por A.B.. ll Jossvmxrl 3 PEB.. I Rr-:NA B. F I! Chauta MARY Suu' A.B., A BETH' Bnox A.B., A Enm-I G. Cl A.B.. l' JOHN W. T B- A. POLS5 Wn.u.m H. CLARENCE WITZBERGER Asszstant lll Bzology JOHN E WAONER Asszstant Football Coach GEORGE F WEBER A B Instructor zn Debatzng A B Munlclpal Unn erslty of Akron KATHRYN TEEPIE B S Graduate Assistant zzz lizology B S Mun1c1pal UH1V6FS1ty of Akron C1 ADYS P WEEKS Regzstrar of the Unwcrszty LOUISE POPE Asszstant Registrar 11, ,U ml' A B Wlnthrop College JOSEPHINE A CUSHMAN PH B B L S Instructor zn Lzbrary Science Lzbrarzan mn PH B UH1V6FS1ty of Akron 1917 B L S Un1vers1ty of Ill1no1S 1919 RENA B FINDLEY AsszstantL1brarzan Chautauqua Summer School 1908 1 Q MARY SHUMAN Asszstant Lzbrarzan AB Akron Un1vers1ty 1924 CDM BETTY BROWN Graduate Asszstant Lzbrarzan A B Akron Un1vers1ty EDITH G CRAY Alumnz Secretary AB UHlVBFS1ty of Akron 1923 AQF AFA tml LQCIUIQIS Board of D1rectorS of the Mumclpal UH1V9FS1ty of Akron JOHN W THOMAS FRANK M COOKE CLYDE F BEERY B A POLSKY J GRANT HYDE MRS CHARLES W AVERELL XVILLIANI H EAGEH P W LITCHFIELD JAMES B PERGRIN I O 'SAS R A O D Il, W .,lil.1,,,.s ,V R. 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A - M ., - J 'rvmr A A 'AW -f"Y sf? 5 A -AA A Qffbgiwafivfffgfiitfa2A1.zf?ffQ22f2?.AQfff?.?.Af?fAgif5LfMie4zA A 'A Wi A fmwwra .J A MfR4f'2:'i Mffk.!1E gp, VA, ,V A .V i K ? as O. A 'Q ,QL DOROTHY LOUISE BARRETT HReneH IRENE BEAR A B ff ' f' B. E. , ' Dome , , Hobby-Readlng. HobliyfDr1v1ng a car. f 1 Ambition-To be happy. Ambition-To be a success u Activities-AECD Sorority, Secre- A tflaeiuuer. . ty editor tary Spanish Club. C lUl 168-JDM, 00143 ,, .- of the 1925 T61-Buch' Sfiytiyrgzzfoyc?l!i11g1?zl:113iood." "Quiet, demure, yet full of life." C. E. BATTLES GRETCHEN BECK "B-Ht" C' E- "G1'etch" A. B H0bb!J-UUkD10f'VU- Hobby-Driving a car. AH1bifi0I1-EHSIHCGF: . ' Ambition-To own several. Activities-Kappa 3131113 Chl- Activities-AF, Soccer, Basket- "WVise I0 FGSOITIC anii patient lo ball, French Club- perform' "Oh nzirlh and innocence A happy 17li1'1llI'C.U MRS. HILDA BENDER B. E HoI1by+Tcaching. taken. Ambition-To be a success in everything undel 'fCa11aI1le of inslrucling us and assisting ns in flie business of daily virtuous living." 38 Q ff' 5525? ,fl ,.., f- f Aff' -V' Y ., ,- fv'f".3'fM im is i i 3 wi? L '55 A W P1 Wi A wi. I ? 1 , i 2 2 , A1 .lu . Q 9 , 1 f f Q 1 I i 2 2 A ,g i A W E ' -Am" ' :lobby Ambih 5 Arlivit Php- l,r1 PM M nan. 1 il 5 2 I I iii 5 5 JESS B05 L '. "Vinh- gl I Anzhil. ' '-mm 1 ll ' 1 H' I 2 2 ,i ! w N N ' a 1 1 --nag Hfbfllyl I -'illllnfx X Aflipx - Mn 3 1 i U Dias-.- Xxjxx W W xxx -xxx . '-'---. v , , X l .1 l it I' 26 it ef -Q..- . g ...... W.- 'WGQQ-.., 5.5 P1 liliilt A. , dung, B li' br happy, NEG' Sfvfnflly, Spf!-5. nh Klub. is.-':f!g Haiti? '-' is W-:manic-Jil." ICHIEX Blillli 5.3. H113 3 fif- I,,, nun 5tVl'l'3l. Af, S--ferr. Bilikel' ,fh Club. val ml! 'R9f"'n" ., ,,,2:fr:" tylllji li. . let' in .qrrslhlmf um U of .3 531 P"l'M ,amy ff' , fn-I if A .-,HM 'x IE! i. 1 1 I I J. ROY BOETTLER "Bot" B. S. Hobby-Physics. Ambition-To be successful. Activities-Comm o n s Club, Physics Club 115 125 135, Pres. 145, French Club 125, Rifle Team 125. "By his quietness TVe knew him." JESSE ALEXANDER HOMER .BOND "Violet,' B. S. Hobby-Eating and sleeping. Ambition-Aviator. "Y0nf1 Cassius has a lean and hungry look." RALPH BROVVN "Big Brown" C I Hobby-Eating. A mbi ti on-To grow thin. Activities-Sigma Beta Nu, Football 125 135 145, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Q "The reason firm, the temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength and skill." 39 HAROLD S. BRITSCH E. Hobby-Engineering. Ambition-To be successful. "He hath a tear for pity, and a hanrl Open us day for melting charity." ENSLEN C. BROVVN "Chick,' A. B. Hobby-The study W of Campus Politics. Ambition-Lawyer. Activities - EBN, Pan-Hellenic Council, President 145, Asso- ciate Editor Acheronic, Vice- Pres. Senior Class. "VVith easy freedom and a gay address The politician wants success." 1 1 1' 1 1! li 1 1 11 1 N 1 I 1-1 1 ,I1 111 A-L , ,L 1 1 11, 'I A1 1 111i I 11, I 1 1 V 1 1-1 1 A1 1, 111 11 ii 151 ,-ff:Zfl32" ' 4143-"' it 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 ,1 115 1 , W 1 ' 1 1 me tl 1111 1 1' l F 1 91 if 1 .1 1- fl ' I 1 IRENE BRUBAKER B E HAROLD CAMPBELL A B 1 i1 ..-I-vw li - - "Johnnie" - - 1' ' 1 . . H Dbl!" Ambition-To be a successful Activities -. Kappa Sigma Chi. if 1, Azlbmon F teacher' "He was a man, take him for all in all." 11 'iflildflf ,Nl "Not much talk, a great sweet silence." ' Kappa ' in 131. U 13 21 Cham! 1, 1' if public 11 11 11 113 12 'll 11 "Choir: u 111. above tl 111 11 11 T i U 1121 1 DOROTHY BURGE LOUIS J. CAHILL 11 HQW3 "Dottie" A. B. "Louie" B. S. -'Cramer l Hobby-Talking to Jack. Hol1by-Studying in between Hobby, 1 Ambition-School teacher. Umes- A 11 35 wg Activities-Delta Gamma, Pi- Ambifivn-TO be 3 B3Che10V- 1 1 Ambilio. erian,.Women's League. Repre- Activities-QJAO, Spanish Club, QQ 'A Deg,-e sentative 113 123 133, Pt. O. T. Physics 123 133 143, President 1, 1 km,-'- i C. Sponsor 133, May Queen 133. i1 ' Stung X H I l U YA Bachelor.1ze would be, we doubt A istn. 0, thou art fairer than the evening air, f 311011 ll thlng wlll 001110 l1b0l1f- 1 L T ' K Clad in the beauty of a thousand stars." A 1 U-'af I1 Um-su 2 V- I 'il X "Ut xlar1 ORN, A 1 planx' pf' 11 1 1' 1 1 1 - l 1 1 : 1' 1. 1 4 AUDREE CABNAHAN 1 1, . . . ' A. . l 1 ' Activities-Kappa Kappa Gamma. B I Nl ily.. W "Bl - 1 Q -. - . ' - I llezflilxgllg lliqe ocalugyflgl' Ilobbyu 'ambilic f ' -Wivin H "I i 403 L . 3, Inu ... A v 1 Y' r-An lid' M HX '36 K 'W 'T ,q Inman 1 l .1 b lft U ,f I LESTER COVVAN Hobby Athletlcs and p0l1tlCS Ambltzon Oratory Activities Ph1 Kappa Rho P1 Kappa Delta Buchtel1te Staff C31 Ovals Club Bantarnwe1ght Champ1onsh1p Pres1dent Re Elalbllgigll Club C33 Bryce Club J Cholee words and measured phrases above the reach of ordinary men HOWARD IRVING CRAMER Cramer Hobby Never had t1me for one as yet but st1ll has hopes Ambition Doctor of Pl11lOSOplly Degree ln Chem1st1v Actzvztzes OAK QIJEA Presldent Student Councll C45 Chem ry Club C15 C23 Q35 Treasurer 123 Secletary Q33 President Q45 Y. M. C. A. Q35 Q43 Physics Club C33 C45 He starts into instant action and at once Plans performs resolves and executes! LILLIAN CLNNINGHAM GGLily57 Hobby-Dancing ' Ambition-Teaching ' Activities-Phi, Kappa Delta, Biology Club. "In I1er eyes a thought, Grew sweeter and sweeter, deepening like the dawn. may AG ESTHER JANE CRANKSHAVV Hobby Sw1mm1ng and Drarnat 1cs Ambztzon To be an 1nsp1rat1on to a few cluldren at least Actzvztzes French Club Non sorority basketball team Her voice was lzlce the warblzng of a bird So soft so sweet so delicately clear LAURA ELI7ABETH CRANZ Vllsslonary Hobby Horses and MOVIES Ambztzon To travel Laura vvho 1S a vely qulet gnl IS from Rlchfleld Ohlo where the people take her lnterest 1n l11story very serlously H 1tI1 temper calm and mild And words of softend tone. l X 41 Q55 JAMES L. CUTLER 'ilimt' B- S- Ambition-Questionable. Hobby-Automobiles. Activities-Spanish Club, Chem- istry Club 125, Laughing Masque. "A merry man, , , H Within the limits of becoming mirth. HELEN ELIZABETH DANNEMILLER "Danny,' B. S. Activities-526, Home Econom- ics Club, French Club. "Manners all graceful, without art, That to each look and word impart A modesty and ease." RICHARD E. DASCH C. E. Hobby-Hiking. Ambition-P r e si d e nt of the United States. Activities-Biology Club, Spanish Club. "A bold, bad man!" KENNETH SVVEENY DENISON "Kenny" B. S. Hobby-Well! Well! Ambition-Landscape architect. Activities-IIKE, Glee Club 125 125 135, Bryce Club 115 , Spanish Club 115 125, As- sistant Football Manager 135, 125 Assistant Track Manager Laughing Masque 135 145 Student Council 145. "To kneel at many a shrine Yet lay the heart on none." H FRANCES ALFREDA EASTMAN "Petite" A. B Hobby-Reading and golf. f Ambition-To teach art. f ACfiUil'i0S-AAA Sorority at Mt. Union 125, Art Club, Senior soccer team, Dramatic Study Club. "Dainty, small and full of life, Lucky lhe man wI1o'Il win such a wife." .AM , l l ' 7 7 ...........,. "I, ,ff . .. ,..,,,,,-my lkfffx ff l, 1 .Il ' in 2 '97 l'z l li 23 l 5 l LZ 3 -' l sl 5 1 1 ll 'll 1 l ll lx zf X' gy 1-'man is if 'l gl llnlllly l H lc-mat H .-lmlvilil W fi :llc .V ,E , vrrall l L 1.1 ll it U . .lrlivili ' lfollrl W Quill VH .1 .1 gi ,i - T Llub LW slslar l l 1 Arlws l is Club l Fm "J U' ll N 1 el l ,., "l'Qsm' A fl f10m.,,- .lmbilil 1 l l U ll .lrlivih l.. l Frcn 1 yi '-nrfgm A it alike." l gl l ll ll s ll li l 5 1 I l - "lin" l llollhy Q .h-nm, li l.il lla-nl l 1 N xxx-giin ---- N T Hobby Plano and slnglng I 'nun Npq I :XX IIIN 5 I ,V-'5 . up 4, . Y 1- '- n elf Q -65 f-wh IREDERIC JOHN EASIMAN l red Hobby Fravellng about the Col leglate vsoxld Ambztzon 'lo take Post gradu ate Xxork at an Eastern Un1 verslty G HELEN EVERHARI Hobby Sllllllllg Ambztzon Home Economlcs Actzvztzes Delta Gamma For nothzng lovellel can be found In woman than lo study household goorl Actzvztzes EAE at Mount Un1on Co ege HIXA EY R L S Qulll Iraternltv Debatmg Club Q25 Q35 C45 Dramatlc Study Club C35 Presldent C45 A slstant Buslness Managel Achelonlc Glee Club French Club Q25 C35 A willy wzld zneonslanf free gallant ANNA ELLIS ROBERT FICKES Peggy Bob Hobby Trymg to talk loud Ambztzon 'lo travel czvztzes ee C ub Planlst fol Mens Glee Club French Club B1OlOgy Club Bright as' the sun he: eyes Ana' llle the Sllll they shine on all alllte Ambztzon To be ve1y success ful IH buslness Actzvztzes C111 Theta Tau A man of mark MURRAY AI BERT IICENSCHER T f Fic Hobby-Reading. lctivities- Br ce Club 1 2 ,MLWJ if ' M4 ' XGJT HKA 'IDEA Y 45 C5 1 Q' Lit Club Q15 C25 13.5, Psychology Club 125, Stu- I . K dent Y 145, Debatlng Team 135. "A candid censor and a friend sincere." Q 'V MARGARET FULTON cspegn B. E. Activities-Phi Kappa Delta. "The mind, the Music breathing from her face." WILMA GLASS "Willy" B. S. Hobby-Chumming with Helen. Ambition-Success along Home Economic lines. Activities-Delta Gamma, Delta Sigma Phi, Home Economic Club. "For she was jes' the quiet kind YY .ll f 1' ' , ,ff Q ROBERT FREDERICK ..BOb,, HAGENBAUGH BDSO Hobby-All athletic contests. Ambition-C. P. A. Activities-AXA, Assistant Cheer Leader 115, Assistant Football Manager 135, Football Man- ager 145, Bryce Club 125 135 145, Business Club 135 145, Spanish Club 125 135 145, Re- publican Club 145 155, Laugh- ing Masque 145 155, Senior Prom Committee 145, Busi- ness Manager Laughing Masque 145, Board of Directors 155, "A" Key, Biology Club 155. "Of many charms to him was natural, As sweetness to the flower, or salt to ocean." PAUL GREENWOOD HAMIZPE Hobby-Work. Ambition-Millionaire. Activities-IIKA, Physics Club 115 125, Debate, Board of Control Engineers. A Word of Advice "Get place and wealth, if possible, with Whose natures never vary." Ifglggfftby any means get wealth and place." '1 ' . CHRISTIAN LAWRENCE HANSEN S 1 uCllI'1S,, A- B- , Hobby-W1'iti11g. It , j Ambition-To be a well-known author. ' A ACfiUffi6S-XQT, EY, Laughing Masque, Buchtelite R Staff, "A" Key, Fraternity Editor Tel-Buch, Stu- dent COUHCII 135, Glee Club 135 145, Dramatic Study Club. "Every gesture, every word, Proclamzed the true gentleman 44 , A LS t l My II t if A A9 It l' BY llolvlvy--' A mbitin thing Artivitlc Pllyhl' 121 ci "And n 01 inm HAI, "Happy HObIly t rhapn .-tmbitit .lrtivih Junit Dram loyal at ll: P S 5 -1. "J fqq S011 sm Nxxvcozy Iiflblyy .lrnbigg Cong, 11001 X .. "'--.. v.. 'IN ...kkks 4 , 3 5 .. .,...,,sJ W . fx ' . -,.W.--..,,.---..,-, I . g NI rumimurx .i.rgw,mn1 ' B.S. alhlrhr contests, ti.. l'. ,L XXA. Assistant Cheer U. Mvistant football 'JL Football Sian. Bryn- Club 129 133 :neu Club 13D Ht, rlluo a2i 13a Hl.Re lllub ch 13n,l.augh- gm- ah QSD. Senior wmmlltrc Nl. Busi- urr Laughing Masque rd -if llirrrtors 155. , lla--If-gy Club 151. W.-sn, rs Am N1 miami. '--p fu ,Q-un. or ml! to ni ILS we u in IIAMIQPF ard. Ualllunairr. D mb mas. l"'f"'S " , ll-rbalc. Board Of knnnrrfx- g U in . I: if a'v'fM""U' ,ml an-all Y' 'Wm and . . 'Q su, lt.kNSl"- 13. ,n author. hu-lite Hur , nl uni'-5-ui. Bath. Sm 'ifhf 4 lv. llffmauc Q . fl ,. I :'ii',,,.,-.cn .f"' -Tj RUBY ELIZABETH HARDEIS Hobby-Not any in particular. Ambition-To do well every- thing undertaken. Activities-French Club 125, Physics Club 135, Rifle Team 125 135, Student Council 145. "And all her looks a calm disclose Of innocence and truth." HALCYON OLIN HARPER "Happy', B. E. Hobby - N i g h t classes and chaperoning. Ambition-To be an artist. Activities-KIDM, Orchestra 135, Junior Ashton Prize Contest, Dramatic Study, Ohio Wes- leyan 115 125, Primary teacher' at Harris School. P. S. Married Robert Harper, 1923. "A face with gladness ovcrspread! Soft smiles, by human kindness bred." LOUISE HEINKE Giweezyi! Hobby-Good-looking slippers. I Ambition-Universality of thought, multiplicity of X contacts, catholicity of ideas. 1 Activities-Delta Gamma, Delta Sigma Phi, Home Economic Club. Home town-Cleveland, Ohio. R "A sweet attractive kind of grace, A full assurance given by looks." PHILIP L. HARTZ "Phil" I. E. Hobby-Golf. Ambition-C. P. A. Activities-EBN, Glee Club 115 125 135, Band 125 135, Drum Major 135, Physics Club 125, Business Club 135. "Thou'rt such a touchy, tesly, pleasant fellow. Hast so much wit and mirth and spleen about thee." CURTIS HARWICK B. S. Hobby-Women. Ambition-To be a good chemist. Activities-Phi Delta Theta, Chemistry Club, Biology Club. "Women are the spice of life." K. I 1 L 1 PAULINE HENRY "Polly" A. B. Hobby-Outdoor sports. Ambition-To be a good house- wife. Activities-EAQ9, QE, Girls, Pan- Hellenic, Biology Club 123 133 143, French Club 123 133 143, Girls' Intramural 133 143, Girls' Glee Club 113 123 133. t'Dancing like the breezes, She flits through the world." JAMES M. HINTON "Jimmy" A. B. Hobby-Salesmanship. Ambition-Lawyer. Activities-EBN, IIKA, R. L. S. Quill Club, Chairman EX- ecutive Board Y. M. C. A., Debating team 143, Biology Club 133, German Club 133. V "On every point in earnest or in jest He gave his judgment, prudence and his wit." 9 lCAudy77 1 Hobby- 1 1 1 1 1 1 HAROLD C. HOCH "Hooch" y C. E- Hobby-Going to college. Ambition-Building. Activities-XQT, QT, "A" Key 143, Engineering Board of Control 133 143, President 153, Student Council 143, Engi- neering Editor Tel-Buch 143, Assistant Baseball Manager 143, Chemistry Club 143, Physics Club 123 133 143. "Nature ne'er meant her secrets to be found, . Q And man's a riddle which man can't expoundf' NATHAN EMERY HODGES "Nat" . A. B. Hobby-Reading. Ambition-To become a success- ful educator. A teacher of mathematics in the Kenmore High School for past three years. Five years previous after having received a B. E. degree from Daleville College, Virginia, served as Principal of a Consolidated High School in Northe-astern Virginia. "With words of learned length, and thund'ring sound." AUDREE HUBBARD B. S. 1 Ambition-Dietitian. Activities-Delta Gam , D lt S' Pl' S - 1' tary Class 113 123.ma 6 3 lgma H' we "Lovely as the day." ,-...,,,i . JL1 FC ':r'7:7, 1311.1 i r 1 1 1 ,411 il' 1 11111111171 111 '11 U1 1 11 1. 1 1,1 51 1 11 1' 1 r 1 1 1 .11 1 51 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 11, 1 11 11 1 2 1 1 11 I 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 11111 111143 l1111t1f1'3 I W11 11 1 11 1 11 1 I1 1 11 1 ,1 I 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 if 1 11 11 1 11 1 , 1 11 1 11 I 11 1 1: 1 1 11 I 11 11 1 11 1 1 ' 11 111 1 111 1 11 11 1 Q 1 T1 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 11 1 111 1 1 ' 1 1 11 1, 11 1 11 1 11 11 E I 1 1 1 1 13 1 lg 1 11 1 11 1 111 1 11 '1 31 1 11 Q 1 111 ,,, .lui V...- Lei' 46 if-in md.. . , . 1' ...-- -Y"f lp' " fr'r,,ff1f':,i-" pf- 1,111 11771 1. 111111 1 11111111 1311 '11 1 ' . 1 11 Wg, W- 13 1" 1 1, HDF "lideIir" ltulvby-W Ambition Effpntll Arlitfitir. man. ECUIIH1 'I'rt-asu Secret: "For na And nrr I 1 I 1 1 1 1. llotvbym fern-nl .-tmbitim .lvtivitif 1 "Bonni,. IIOIDIQIU City 1 .-1111115151 -iflivili, llkgg :mtl I Muna lxlig-H. 3.01-1-1. A-lub W- 1. ,X 1'-X NSW U t DNMQ- 1 1 'xr-Blix-X. 4, 5 who ,, H-... N ' -Q-.-1-......, as u . I 'WJ' ll umzu CE. 'US Y" fffllcge, nlllllltng, V"T- XT. "A" Kev lmrrnng B031-d df 31 tif. Prnident 151, lnunfnl th, Engj. hill-nf Trl-Buch Hx, Bmwhall Manager rmulrx Club Ill. Hub wiv 131 ill. Mild! Bw: uint: to bf 1 -:uk wird mam mn? . ILM UW HUINHFS A. B. what L, gm-.unc 2 KUfff55' fr . , . rf lid mmlhrmallrs In inf Hill' Sfhqul for 1 ann, Fifi' 545353 puns! WV". :Ziff hum pal.-ville Q as nu. 'nfl hifi! 1 Cnnwhdaletl if: In xuflh!'LlSlfl'll WU' and ' 1 .f ff'lf?!l'J VW! , , 4,-.aww 'ini' 'ng Klip :tl xiii!!! Ph I2 , 1'-4 'I . -- fl.-ff" 51 WS if 1 , .e. 1. 50' ' 1 5 E a I I 5 - r 1 3. ' EDNA P.. HUNSICKER "Eddie,' B. S. Hobby-Reading good books. Ambition-To become a Home Economic teacher. Activities-Delta Gamma, Pi- erian, Vice-President Home Economic Club, Assistant Treasurer of Junior Class, Secretary of Delta Sigma Phi. "For nature made her what she is, And never made another!" LEONA JURGENS B. E. Hobby-Trying something dif- ferent. Ambition-To be a teacher. Activities-French Club. "To spoil the child. And spare the rod." BENJAMIN B. KREISELMAN "Bennie" Hobby-Higher Finance, meeting Business Men and Cily officials, Decorating, Swimming, Dancing. Ambition-To be an All'round Success. I - Activities-QDKP, OAK, Owls Club, "A" Key, Busi- ness Manager Buchtelite 145, Assistant Business and Promotion Manager 1925 Tel-Buch, Business Manager Laughing Masque 145, Member Board of Directors 135, President Psychology Club 135, Secretary-Treasurer German Club 135, Biology Club 125 135, Bryce Club 135. ,..w""' A ' ' . . xg 'M . 1 1 -X ., X 1 1 ' .-51 ' . . Q .Hx 1 Cx' Y I ' K 0 1 1 3 4 I : F JOHN JOHNSTON KEPLER "Jack" A. B. Hobby-Smoking. Ambition-To become Chief Justice. Activities-CIDAO, Business Man- ' ager Tel-Buch, 1925, Assistant Cheer leader 115 125, Vice- President Biology Club 135, Treasurer Senior Class, French Club 125 135, Senior Prom Committee. "Joy0us he sits, and, impotent of thought, Puffs away care and sorrow from his heart." CARL E. KRILL A B. S. Hobby-Tennis. Ambition-M. D. Activities-EBN, rpg, President 145, Biology Club, Baseball 135, Letter. "A smile recures the wounding of a frown." A. B. 1 Y 1 1 "A finish'd gentleman from lop to toe." H" " iw" ' -Wh vu--Wg--,WY V it It ll 4 4 5 l 5 4 1 14 tl 5 5 1 4 4 l 1 1 I . 4 E r ll -iw? , ti 4 'li I It lil I all 4. lil 4 1 l :V Rl ggi. 4 V. M' lm, 4 . ww W' 4 vt' 4 4 4 ll 5 fi: 1 4 . v 44 .4 ' A ' V 4 , 4 Lp' l . HOWARD R. LANSINGER "Howdy" B- S- Hobby-Swimming and hunting. Ambition-Business. Activities-Honor Student, QQ, Owls Club, Senior 'Prom Com- mittee, Executive Board Stu- dent "Y" Association, Ac- countant on Buchtelite Busi- ness Staff. "An honest man's the noblest work of God." BYRON HANLY LARABEE "Larry" B. S. Hobby-Eating. Ambition-To get fat. Activities-EBN, cp2, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, Biology Club 415 425 435, Treas. 435. "Describe him who can, An abridgement of all that was pleasant in man." , aJ.t,,.,t 3 Mg., .. . ,. . -Y--' - --A 4 52 PAUL H. LAUMANN "Caesar" A. B. Hobby-Music, reading, track. Ambition-To be Chief Justice of Supreme Court. Activities-Track 425 435 445, Glee Club 415 425 435 445, Student Y. M. C. A. 425 435 445, Secretary Y. M. C. A. 425 435, German Club 425, French Club 415 425, Bryce Club 425, Cross-country team 445, Ex- ecutive Board Y. M. C. A. 445. "0f greatness in his looks and of high fate." DORIS ANN LAWLER "Dee" A. B. Hobby-Driving an automobile and dancing. Ambition-To be a friend of everyone and to do something worth while. Activities-AFA, Spanish Club 425, Literature Club 425, Re- publican 435 445, Woman's League, Biology Club 445. "So lovely, yell so arch, so full of mirth, The overflowing of an innocent heart." VIVIAN LEBOLD Hvivi! Q A. B- I Hobby-None. 4 Ambition-To be a perfect history student. 5 ACfiUifiCS-AP, QDEA, French 425, Biolo C1 b 1 4 425 435, Student Assistant in Historyjgy u Q J E i "Her voice was low X And sweet as softest music's gentle flow." 5 .4 4 N44-A.. ..,. .Y -,A- . - .F-A.. - c.T,,....1 ,Mm . ,,,.. to -,,,,--,,- J 4 g i V,- W f fifp M5 ff! L, AEM 3. 4 Y ' f 4 l K l -1 xlib- .. K' 1 vm... 051 A "Count" Hobby-A--T Anxbiliorl-N Activities ball 4 1' 4 P r e s i Council Board fl "A bm:-er 9 More arnrr young." MILIJRI "Abe" Hobby-l Ambition school. .iclivitirx unteer 1924. Biology "There gm, -4 can of f hxlach Hobbyxl .lmbilion -iflipiliu idolllvn pmfqlin gi'Sl4II. 4x.l 43 Lnnlruf ll5XX'n it -1 .---.E ,, x i . um xnxx 5 .l. B. risers. tmrk, L t 1 -" flirt Justice 1 I 1:71. 'n 1 .Hx ' ll 4.11 -5 ft I 7.1, iq' ' Q- .I 1 1 41 I Xl 1 - A . 'I' 131 ff- 5 ll 1' K V51 1 1 i-.fb '21, French Q lifkfr filllll 425. v. 2.1122 141, Ex- '-ilg Xllilch ir -in zzfnfhzgh XXX I. XWl.l'1lt A. B. 5 1 1 .im-lmnbilf f.. ,. friunmijlf E 5. .14 wllwllllng - . N'-.mhll Hub L ..f ' . , ng. 5, muh 'QV 'Rl . ham XxufllJn5 I Q ' 1- 1ll'll'4' - ll l ,. ,."l .. ., -U -..-fs' vs' eg 'xi ,.. 5.32. Hull 'U 5 . 1 f 1 1 3 1 1 5 E 1 . OSCAR C. LIMBACH "Count" Hobby-To get thin. Ambition-To be successful. Activities-QIJAQJ, OAK, ET, Foot- ball 125 135 145, Owls Club, P r e s i d e n t Interfraternity Council, President Intramural Board of Control. "A braver gentleman can ne'er be found More active-valiant, or more valiant- young." X MILDRED HAZEN LINCOLN "Abe" A. B. Hobby-Reading. Ambition-Teaching in high school. Activities-CDM, Student Vol- unteer Convention Delegate, 1924, Literature Club 115, Biology Club 125. "There was a soft and pensive grace A cast of thought upon her face." LEVI ALEXANDER MACD ONALD 66Mac!3 Hobby-Baseball. Ambition-To be a successful engineer. Activities-AXA, Scabbard and Blade, Second Lieutenant Infantry Reserve, Phgfsics Club 145 Intramural Board 135, Glee Clu 135 145 155 President 145, Assistant Treasurer 155, Baseball 125 135 145, Captain 145, Engineering Board of Control 125 135 145 155, President 155. Home town is Athol, Mass. "He could raise scruples dark and nice And. after, solve 'em in a trzce." X ,ii 49 1 y . Y. , l - ...1:e4g-L::.g::.L.: , . , --2-in-:T--3--H 8 , ' JOSEPH B. LITTMAN "Joes B. s. Hobby-Chemistry. Ambition-To be a chemist. Activities-QJKP, Editor of Re- tort, Chemistry Club 115 125 135 145, Student Assistant in Bureau of City Tests 115 125. Home town is Newark, New Jersey. "Boldly he knocks at wisdom's inmost gllfe. With nature counsels, and communes with fate." JOHN M. MACKINNON "Johnny Mact' B. S. Hobby-Writing poetry. Ambition-To learn to play the mouth organ-Ministry. Activities-OAK, QEA, R. L. S. Quill Club,- Chemistry Club 115 125 135 145 155, Track 135 145 155, Freshman Track Captain, Glee Club 135 145 155, Rifle Team 135, Ashton Prize Contest 125 135. Home town is Racine, Wise. 'Longings sublime and aspirations high." c X., f C. E. , 1- 1 I wa.-. . .5 ., .. , ,,,- , ..,...., x T r 1 A? 1 5 1 fl 1 1 js :J HN 1 1 l ,J ,ty 1 11151 l 1 . ,r 115 .. ,...-.,..,...r-gf f III . I 775' I I I I I I I I I I I Ii I II I, D I I I III III III II II I I I I III I I I I , ,. I I . III. 'II I'I I II .Il L ' c c I A X WZ I V 3, . HARRY LEONARD MAHONEY Ma-honey" A. B I' Hobby-Learning things. I Ambition-To enjoy life. I Activities-QIDAQ, OAK, Sport Editor Buchtelite, 1926, As- sistant Sport Editor Buch- telite, 1925, Sport Editor Tel- Buch, 1925, Football Manager, 1925, Assistant Football Man- ager, 1924, Baseball Letter, 1923, 1924, 1925, Gold Base- ball, 1925, Spanish Club, 1924, "A" Key, 1925, Interfraternity Council, 1925. "He was a man of rare undoubted l,UllyS, Famous throughout the school for war- like praise." FLOYD OTTO MAJOR "The Old Soakl' A. B. Hobby-Dogs and music. Ambition-To become a poli- tician. Acivities S A T C f -QIDAGJ, .... , 1918, Charter member Biology Club, 1919, Glee Club, 1920- 21-22, Student Assistant Li- brary, 1918-19-20-21, Student Assistant Political Science and Economics, 1921-22, University of Chicago, 1923. 'Wgfiith thee conversing we forget all ime,' All seasons and their change, all please alike." . I . . t - X I I I, K 2 1. v X X fa 3 f X I . -5 I Q S Q X, 'P ga.. f I , .N ,f ,,.. Q , , sf Af ' X I V Z Fax N Q69 W X B lg 'V+ LUIGI MERLITTI G6GinO7! Hobby-Traveling. Ambition-Diplomatic career. Activities-French Club, Spanish Club. Home town-Mosciano S. Angelo, Terramo, Italy. "Quick in revenge, and passionately proud." HELEN MAE MILLER "Mosie" B. E. Hobby-Dancing. Ambition-Get a good night's sleep. Activities-QM, Pierian, French gag, Literature Club, Biology u . "If to her share some female errors fall, Loolli lo her face, and you'll forget them a .' LEAH ALMIRA MINNER B. S. Hobby-Acting. Ambition-To travel. Acziviffesfgw, Age, 'rel-Buch Girl, 1925, Home I Economic Club Q15 Q23 Q35 145, Biology Club 115. I "Oh, fresh as the rose in the gay de ' E And sweet as the lily at evening closgig morning I I 50 i I I II ' l I I I .II I II IIII III I Ill 3 II "Ilene" I I Ilolvby Ill- .I I .-lmlviliffll I I ,I I .lrlirilirsv Il Team. S 'II Girls' 4- . I Club. 11' lil, MJ I' DC'bJli' .I Il "lrtm 1:-1:11 I I I I I. III ' I I I WI nII.n.x .I I I E Hobby-li f Ambilion- .'il'fil'iHfj- E "Rradzng I I I I I I I I I I f I "Elr- ' Holibuxx Ambilifvll . . Ac!fl'ilir3 I"'l'l1rll 8001015 I I I xiii N 1102 V' 5 I 1 1 W -I mgmirn '-slang. 'fvl'-matic career. lunch Club. Spanish IH'-Knee-Xlosciano . Trrrimm, Italy, fr-fm-rv ss! Q-uyionalclg 7,955 ' es sn ua 3lll.l.F.R at an-'sob , , nd J K'l'i"j mgms u Victim Fffndf 'U ' . ' ' Ttfltllff l-mb' Hmm, , fall ,... 'nuff 'nn' if 1 rig? rin: fmt: alum 'of' Home nur gt hgfli 2 Ixld ygdensff 1.1 P"'. H4 .,-nl ' pm IREN E MIN TER "Rene" A. B. Hobby-Basketball. Ambition-Teaching. Activities-Champion Basketball Team, Secretary-T r e a s u r e r Girls' Glee Club, 1925, Glee Club, 1923, Rifle Team 123 133 143, Manager 143, Freshman Debate Team. "Irene smiled and all the world was gay!! HILDA ALESANDRA MOODIE A. B. Hobby-Reading. Ambition-To be taken seriously. Activities-Spanish Club. "Reading to her was a constant pleasure." ELEANOR LOUISE OLMSTED . "Ell', A B ' Hobby-None.' Ambition-To always have ambition. Activities-Kappa Kappa Gamma, Literature Club French Club, Chi Delta Phi, Buchtelite Staff 123, I Society Editor 133. " 'Twas kin' o' kingdom come to look On sech a blessed crelur." MYRON MORGANROTH "Mike" A. B. Hobby-Driving an automobile. Ambition-Executive in the busi- ness world. Activities-French Club, Poker Club. "A man of sense can artifice disdain, As lmen of wealth may venture to go p ain." IRVING H. NELSON "Irie" A. B. Hobby-Decorating text books. Ambition-To sing bass in a mute quartet. ' Activities-AXA, Spanish Club 143, Republican Club 133 143, Orchestra 113 123 133, Band 123 133. "He was with his ink and pen As bold as Daniel in the lion's den." if it We -V 1 I www' , V, , I 1 1 1 K 1 1 1 1 11111 11 1 1 1 '11 1 lr 1 1 1 1 111 11 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11? I F... .,,,, .u-....1. "Frannie 1 1 .1 1 4 A iyfzy '1 FRANCES OSBORNE 77 A B . . Hobby-Automobile rides. Ambition-To marry Wealth. Activities-KKP, Biology Club 115 125 135, French Club 115 125 135- RUTH PALMER H obb y-Teaching. Ambition-Singing. B. E. Activitiesf-Alpha Gamma Delta, ' Glee Club. "Her silver voice is the rich music of a summer bird, Heard in the still night, with its pas- sionate cadence." 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 '1 1 1 31 1 11 1 11 1 1 11 1 11 11 1 Q, 1 1111 111 1 1 11 1 1, ,1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 ' 1 1:1 1 1 1 111 " 1' 11 1 E11 11 11 A 1 12 1 M111 11 1111 1 1.1 11 1 11 113 1 111 I1 11 1 I 1111 1 1 111 1 1! :V 11 11111 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 ' N 11111 1 11 1 1 11 111-1.1 . 11 1 11 1 ' f 11 11 1 111 1111 1 11 11. 1 11 111 1 11111 1 A 11 1 1 111 1 .1 1Y1111 1 ,111 1 11,11 1 H I211 1 M 1 11 111 ' Z1 1 1111.1 1 1 1111 11, 1 11 1 1 11 111. 1 1 . '1 11 V 11 1 1 '1 1 1 . 1 1.1. 'Tommy' Af Ms! 1 f f Af' 1 Lf f ' 1 Q ' 4. fi ff 1 2 -f ' diff-1 11 :1 A54 Q1 livers-vp fy 1 , , V ,gf 1 .2 1,2 3,1 DOROTHY GLADYS PECK B. S. Hobby-Reading. Ambition-To be happy. Activities-Glee Club 115 125 135, Home Economic Club 11.5 125 135 145, Delta Sigma Ph1. "Bringing joy and happiness Through channels unannounced." RAYMOND WILLIAM PETRIE "Pete" C. E. Hobby-Books. Ambition-To have my own business. Activities - A20, Engineering Board of Control 145 155, Vice-President 145, President 155, A. S. C. E. 155, President Intrafraternity Council 155. Home town-Norwalk, Conn. "FIriendship above all ties does bind the t ear And faith in friendship is the noblest part." THOMAS MONROE PITKIN ' A. B. Hobby-Reading. Ambition-To be successful. Activities-EY. "There's one rare, strange virtue in his speeches, The secret of their mastery-they are short." 5 f':::i:-:331113 , - . , 1, ...,. .-....,..., 1 1.1- f 1 ' ' " "" T'i-'r-new 1"',L." ' 1 71151 'r . 1111111111 11 11 1,211 ' 71'-T' 11 1111111 1 X111 ff 1111 1 1.1 1 11111 111 1 1 11111111119 1 131.1 1 1:4111-1 'wif 1 11 1 1 1 111 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 -fm.. 4 L ' 1 1 1 1 1 X 1 ' 11 11 1 1 111 "1 1 1 1111.111 "5.l'1lllJ liar 1 I I llffN'!1' 515 1 1 11 .ln1l1it1'f1r1 1 11 .lrliriliw 1 lzarl A511 1131111111 1 15 11 131 151. 11 1 HP, VINE 11 11 lramiural 1 11 1I:111l.11n 1 11 11 piun Iii 1 11 1 1 St-ni-11' l'1 1 1x 1 ' I Hin! ,,, , 1 1 1 1 1' 1 1 1 -1 lllllllllil "lii1'1ll1"' 110111111 H1 1 1 11 11 .llll1'lH4,11 1 kung in I 1 1 .-lrli1'ilim bard gm. 131 111, lfaish-tim 1 kngillrvxf 1 131, 11,,,. 1 . 1 1 1 "Pr-Jr, 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 ulillvnfw 1 1111111111 In 1 'hubnlnn 1 1 ulwtibiiinrx 3 11 1 1-rrxi1i,.11 1 X Izlmlbau 1 1 l.hin-hir E 1.51 4 I' ' 1 1 lil, ' 1 11 1 ,INH5 1 1 - 1 111 1 '5- 11 7 1 1 .... - 11 1 -21 ...fo rsxxx xlixwlxxf , 5 53.123 N-4. ix x v '55 1 I i l I 1 5 I if ' xmx l'l-1111 8.8. ?'j:nEbT,. I iilh ull Q1 211:-' Klub mlm 4 If Lu Mama Phi. 5 'sig 'fn H Q mm mamui LE. V HKU . l,:ga:m'rij1S KWVHS ls, ml. "fr gmaiiifni 3 .WT !.n.,i.1f:ni x ' .E i'!W.11 131. X f'.aL4'tk. 'Zum' ...uhf 2 ,.,, 1 ylhix X, I r l 1 I E 5 1 VELMA MAE POMEROY "Velma Mae" B. E. Hobby-Sewing. Ambition-Go round the World. Activities-CDM, Pierian, Secre- tary Student Council 131, Captain Class Basketball Team 131 141, Captain Class Soccer 141, President of Womenls In- tramural Board of Control, Captain of Intramural Cham- pion Basketball Team 131, Senior Prom Committee. "And form'd for all the witching arts of love." RICHARD LEO QUALTERS "Richie', I. E. 1 1 . . I f Imfg lvwg' .rr ! 1 . i I f V. I 5 I R i I GWENDOLYN QUIGLEY 3,1341 "Gwen" B. E. 15 f Hobby-All sports. r . wi Ambition-To travel far and 1,11 wide. H31 "A ceaseless activity Marked each motion." gms ff 5 .. ,, 4: il iii? xc xi! W fl, Hi' M 5? 9 MELISSA RAISON "Lissie" - it I 1 ,' B. E. 5 5 1 Hobby-Hiking. Hobby-Movies 1 Ambition-To be a Real Estate Ambition-Plenty Of m0Hey. 'gl king in Philadelphia. Ulfer Chamcfe,-, 2 Activities-ET, Treasurer Scab- Reflecfed in hal' twinkling eyes-" e 55 bard and Blade, Baseball 121 131 141, Captain 141, Engineer 114, Basketball Manager 121 .131, ,If Engineer Buchtelite Reporter 1, 151. Home town-Athol, Mass. 3 "Fears nothing but to be unjust." II iii xii RALPH EUGENE RASOR I "Rasor" B. S. 5 Hobby-Golf. . 1 Ambition-M. D. 1 Activities-AXA, qi, Glee Club 111 121 131, Vice- l . President 121 131, Track Squad 121 131 141, 1 Football Squad 131, Basketball Manager 131, 1 Charter member Laughing Masque, French Club 131 141, Treasurer 141, Spanish Club 111 121, Biology Club 111 121. "All smiles and bows and courtesy was he." ,X .L 53 .lf I 1 1 1 TT..---..-.L - -.V :, ,-3, ff, -- ' -4' --"""'i'ii' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'I , 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 U 3 11 1 1 111 V, 1-1 1 11' 1, 1 1 '1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 5 11 FRANCES OLGA ROTHSCHILD "Fran" B. E. Hobby-Teaching kids reading, iriting, 'rithmetic. Ambition-Sleep as much as I want to. Activities-AEQ1, XAQ, R. L. S. Quill 125 135 145, Dramatic Club 125 135 145, Biology Club 135, Republican Delegate. to Columbus, "A" Key, Associate Editor Acheronic 135, Editor Acheronic 145, Society Editor Buchtelite 135, French Club 125, Ashton Prize, first 125, Feature Editor Tel-Buch 135. "A rose with all its sweetest leaves yet folded." EARL RYAN . ffnineyi' B. s. Hobby-Writing and Iowa. Ambition-Success along news- paper lines. Activities-Lone Star, Managing Editor Buchtelite 145, Asso- ciate .Editor Acheronic, Sigma Upsilon, Spanish Club 115 125, F r e s h m a n and Sophomore Football. "To serve thy generation, this thy fate, A journalist." 51 1 1 . 1 7. i CG ,,,,,. 1,,,1, 1 if MARY ELIZABETH SAAL "Mary Betz" A- B- Hobby-Losing something Valu- able, then worrying. Ambition-To produce some- thing perfect. Activities-Girls' Glee Club 115 125, Dramatic Club 125 135, Sophomore Ashton Contest, first prize, R. L. S. Quill Club. "Is destined to higher hopes, A151 teizipefd with a purer, brighter ame. PAUL N. SANDERSON "Sandy" A. B. Hobby-Flivvering. Ambition-Law. Activities-HKE, OAK, EY, Biol- ogy Club 125, Assistant Cheer Leader 115 125, Bryce Club 125 135, Band 125 135 145, Laughing Masque 135 145, Vice-President Laughing Masque 145, Glee Club 125 135, Drum Major 135 145, Junior Prize, Ashton Prize Contest, Orchestra 115 125 135 145, Chairman Informal Dance Committee 135, "A" Key, Pho- tograph Editor Tel-Buch, 1925. "Rare compound of oddity, frolic and fun, Who relished a joke, and rejoic'd in a pun." THOMAS SAUTER C. E. Hobby-Bossing a job. 1 Ambition-County Surveyor. 1 Activities-Commons Club, Scabbard and Blade. 1 Sigma Tau. "He was a man, take him for all in all, I shall not look upon his like again." 1-'1 1. 1. 11 11 1 5 1 iff. Q , 1 V111 ,' 11.11 1 M1 1 Q1 11 ' 15 rf' 'Ay' 1 1 1 11 11 11 ' 1 :111 ' 1111 1' 1' 1 1' F 1 1 11 1 ' 11 1 1 1, 1 11 1 1 '11 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 11 , ,1 1 I1 111 1 1 1 1 11 1', L. 12 ,. 1 1 11 4. E' S '11 U1X- Kylix 1 1'1 1-rv SU "Len" 111.11111 - 1 Fw ,ltllbllifdl 1 l'll'i'l'. Activities Ph! sits 51 dents' U Slrflflf 'V 'Stannfhig fl gun. Returns, fum lofi .Nl uzepu Hobby--Stu Arnbitiun - agent. .lrtivitin . Srabbard Ill e nn b f football 145. Frrs "1 flllflw ', Ray " H H1rIilvy, In Anibuihn .i1'lfp,'Ur, lilaulrh M Qlutirm , Ulilirxiigu iii 12' 131. If ' illlil ,gsm bull- -In 'H11 N .N- .KX Txx A Z B . E 1 Q we 1 its r , 3 P 1 MNT4 all Klllllll SMI. A. B. ' ffl wrurthing mu. v-Mrrunp. ' W--duce some- fl fx 5. nrix' hltt Club Ill ut:-' Klub VH 435 r Kshtun Contest: . ll L S. Quill Club. ! 'pu' My-rl. lf. J c nur. bnghtcr N skXIlt1tlSHS A.B. sitftfll- l..aH A 'D uhf, an-QK. 25- hwl' .MI hsltllm Cheer dxf lj., liryre Club ll.:-sl '2' 93' li" H 3: ll, I 'mln' ' nine I, 1 ut gihllfll Un lm lb - .' 1""""f',. Junior nf-ff '3' 'o.nnfs1. KMA" ','2f'.3, nm. r!l.!Ufn1Jl .DQDCC lm' Pho' lfvf 11- "-5 f,'19Zv. lnlxl-ff Tfvauc '. and . 1 lar 1,- .r -:-lf", 'M ,iff 1' ' . 1.1 M0114 mn 4, - i gt ll ll CE' 1 Blldc' Na alt!!-'YJ am M H ,gt ,1 I ' . y I l.'5:3 I LEONARD LOUIS SCHARENBERG "Len" C. E. Hobby-Dancing and hunting. Ambition-To be a good engi- neer. Activities-AEO, M e m b e r of Physics Club 125 135, Stu- dents' Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers. "Staunchly the hunter shoulders his gun, Returns, feasts and dances." JOE ALBERT SCHOCH ' "Zep" B. S. Hobby-Studying. Ambition-To be a prohibition agent. Activities-Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Charter member Laughing Masque, Football 125 135 145, Captain 145, Freshman Football. "A college joke to cure the dumps." JOHN B. SCOTT "Scot" C. E. Hobby-Drilling. Ambition-To be a captain. Activities-Sigma Tau, Scabbard and Blade. "The man is man, and master of his fate." ESTHER HELEN SCHULTZ "Es" - B. S. Hobby-Traveling. - Ambition-Private secretary. Activities-AFA, Spanish Club 135 145, Psychology Club 125, Women's League 115 125 135 145, Senior Soccer Team, Biology Club 135 145. "Grace with tenderson and sense com- bin'd Formed the harmony of soul and face." RAYMOND WILLARD SHAFFER "Ray" A. B. Hobby-Dating. Ambition-Lawyer. Activities- Lance and Helmet Scabbard and CIJAGD, , Blade, Pres. Senior Class, Pres. Junior Class 135, Student Council 135 145, Dance Committee 125, Chairman Junior Hop 135, Biology Club, Pres. 115 125, Spanish Club 115 125, Dramatic Club 125 135, Freshman Football, Basketball, Track. Foot- ball 125 135, Basketball 125 135 145, Gold Basket- ball, Track 135 145. "His talk was like a stream, which runs J With rapid change from rocks to roses"' ' 1 1 s I . I in .'I I ,. ' I I I I I 1 DOROTHY TRIPLETT SMITH "Dottie,' B- E- Hobby-Swimming. Ambition-To be a good wife. Activities-Phi Mu, Art Club, Biology Club, French Club. "Thou hast no faults, thou art all beauty." MARY IRENE SNOOK "Snookie" B. S. Hobby-Dancing and swimming. Ambition-To see the world. Activities-2519, Home Econom- ics Club 115 125 135 145, Vice- President Delta Sigma Phi 145, Biology Club 115. Home town-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. "Sweet thoughts are mirror'd in her face, And every motion is a grace." RICHARD SNYDER C. E. 5 Activities-Commons Club, Sigma Tau, Engineering Board of Control, Civil Engineers Club. i "A politician, observes but never repeals." I II I I I I II I I Ig I I ij I I I 1 I IH I If ' ,, II , ,I I . I I . ... . . 1, I III ' i I ' N 'I' EUNICE SHEA , "Eunie" A-3- I U Hobby-Dancing. I L . Ambition-To do s o m e t hi n g I 1, worth While. .I I, , Activities-Kappa Kappa Gam- I I 1' ma, Biology Club, French Ld Club. II II "Her loveliness I never knew, I5 ,I Until she smiled on me." I, If I ' HERBERT s. SHINN I, Hobby-Taking gym senior year, I " I scheming or planning things. 1 I I Ambition-An Outdoor Adver- , IH tiser-not a bill poster. II QI Activities-HKE, Rifle Team 125, N I Biology Club- 125, spanish 125 , II I 145, Joke Editor Tel-Buch 135, y I I I Sec.-Treas. Laughing Masque II, 135, President Laughing j ,I Masque 145, Dance Commit- I 1 tee 135 145, Vice-Pres. Re- ll ,IIIII publican Club 145, Chairman I III Senior Prom Committee 145. . nII'I'- Home town-Passaic, New I Jersey. I II fl "Ile is so 'full of pleasing anecdote, 'I 1, So rich, so gay, so poignant in his wit." I5 II I X' I IQII I ,QI I5 ,II I "Dick" i I Il , 1 Hobby-Ann. Q I' Ambition-VVon't tell. I 'W I II I ,,. ,Q ,I , . Iy IITQ 56 II ,I X , I-F312 I- fl' Ii I I 'IP-f"' " ,H ,I-" D WM- ffffl , , .... ,,e,1,,x, ,, ,., ,i I HIQVI' my .V , I,fIII',I',y.I ez-L ,Ji 1 LII fr I III 'III III I ,II I , If III-III IXII I in III H I. II II II IV H I ,J ' I II II I I ,- W, II R Q I I I Y - I 1 K .,.,., ,.,. . . ja aSlL!'I "Sully" II I flabby- II?" I I ing Ihr M1 .lrnhilion ' I-4 It Annual 41 I I 421 e3'. 3 Club. IIN' If pubhran '- 'illy mzslfr r 1 .3 . ,I :I, I III g Minninri I Mpeg.. II llubby- ,Wm .lnzhilifm T ara-planrr .lclivilirs A II lloinlvlfs I Quill Club I I1 "Fw Ihr A-ati, g I Olin. 1, Tn all em: -,. 1 I lair." II 1 , . I I I I I 'ITl'ip" I I! I GlfpIn1,y,W!hx, I , N . llllqmm ,I . 1 .illggviun bl I I rapk Tr, I 'I . , 'Le Ffv ifiit - I. I .,.. Qigigjf up "Q-.1 w- ,W NX- BN X" X l ' 1 gall it l 5 3 w +...e,.....-.MM-Q l 5 ' J 3 2 . - , H ll l.i.lI SMITH . B.E. Ttxzzg, ly it -' wif.. 435 VH- in club. ' 4-lv. ln-:wh Club- '5 .4 Jr! all X lil! Xl, NXHHR ILS. it 5 np... ..::-I swimming. 1 Sli :iw xwrld. x . M, Huzzzt- lfwnfun- 'E' .:. .1+nll,l'lft: - ll-all Naam lllll ,I Hut, ,gh Hfnne - ? 5.4.1 llells, l'l1l"" if' U mr 5 ,Hn ii QE. l'11:i'W"ring I A ljil. ' ' ,, Hui'- " lf' .,,u I, 12 " Mrs I i I 1 l 1 l lt. 'S JOSEPH SOLOMON "Sol1y" A. B. Hobby-Playing the fiddle, toot- ing the Sax. Ambition-Lawyer. Activities-c1:KP, Orchestra C15 Q25 135, Band 135, French Club 415, German C25, Re- publican C35 145. "My smiles must be sincere, or not at all." MARGARET ANNE SPANTON "Peg" A. B. Hobby-Writing. Ambition-To get at least one acceptance slip. Activities-AF, XAQ, Vice-Pres. Women's League t25, R. L. S. Quill Club. "For she hath liv'd with heart and soul . W., 2 .. . . K Q V V -. V l ....,...,....-..,.,.,....,-..,, L, .., ...- "s. - - -. . -. y,M,MM,Wmy,,,,i,MJl A., ,U THOMAS F. STEXVART "Stu" C. E. Hobby-Handling money. Ambition-To go home. Home town-Rockland, Maine. "And thy deep eyes, amid the gloom. Shine like jewels in a shroud." x AUDRA TENNEY "Tenny" A. B. Hobby-Office work. Ambition-To be a good secre- tary. Activities-QIDKA, Biology Club, French Club, Assistant Secre- tary in Registrar's Office. "VVOrk will not hurt anyone." .,.. W-.....-..-- to 5 alive, To all that makes life beautiful and fair." ,,.,......l X... .La A... .-..,.-....-...u.J It EARL TRIPLETT ' "Trip't A. B. t..t n 5 .f'e H o b IJ y-Basketb all. Ambition-To be married soon. H N Activities-Lone Star, Football Q35 C45, Manager , Track Team C25, Biology Club, French Club. it "I am young, so is she, and how fair! . Then love shall my moments employ." 1 C.-. ...... - W,5l N. A., 5 1 sl W Q ff: 1. ll lan xl., 1. . l I .7 Q7 - , . . L, .-...,....... ?N..-...,..,. ......,-1-...v.. ,-..,.,.,-.WA-,.,...-..--,......n...., W yy W, ,,,,, , ,, -ILI,,L,L,I.,,.-,, ....... I 1 I II Ii ,I I I I I EI' I I-15 II I I II A I I , I IIII III '4 I I I I I :I I I I1 I I I I I II v I r .I ,I I I I IL 1 I I I II I I ., IL I JIII I'I ' I 1 I I I -I I I I II. I II I I :III I' I ,I I I ,II II' II III 1 I' I II II II III if III, III II I, III III III IQ III I III I ,J I III I I, IWIX' Ip 2, I I I I I I XI, mg I . .-A I N I X I I I I I JOHN WAGNER C. E. Hobby-Poetry. Ambition-To be his own boss. Activities-Alpha Sigma i Omi- cron, Football 133 143, Biology Club, Spanish Club. "Living the fullness of life." ELIZABETH ANN WALKER "Betty" A. B. Hobby-Driving a car. Ambition-To travel. Activities-AFA, French Club 113 123, Spanish Club 113 123, Re- publican Club 133, Vice-Presi- dent Women's League 133, Glee Club 113 123 133, Women's League 113 123 133 143, Sophomore Basketball Team, Senior Basketball and Soccer Teams. "Lol all the elements of love are here The burning blush, the smile, the sigh, the tear." eq. Ii I I I I ' I I I I I I I 1 I I I II III If JV JOSEPH F. WEILER scJOen B. S. Hobby-Horseshoe pitching. Ambition-To decipher books on Theoretical Chemistry. Activities-Chemistry Club, In- tramural Basketball. Home town-Barberton, Ohio. "A man's a man for a' that." HELEN NADENE WELLS A. B. Hobby-Reading. Ambition- Activities - QM, q:2A. Home town-Massillon, Ohio. "Her voice was ever soft, - Gentle, and lowg an excellent thing in woman." MADGE MARY WHIGAM I A. B. I Hobby-Studying people. Ambition-To traverse the Wide VVorld O'er. I Activities-AF, "A" Key, 1924, Dramatic Study Club 113 123 133, Frencl C1 b 113 123, B' l 1 b 113 123 133, Pan-Hlllelllic Council 15? dent Council 123, Basketball 113 123 133, Hockey 1 113, Soccer 113. ' I " ' ' ' ' ' "In every gesture dignity and love." 58 It NIH WI I-WIIIIII-" llobbll as-IW I .lnzbififfn V 1-ollrfit "HJ" ,trlivilirs ll I-'fwllnll 'Z 14l,Bfff! 1. Biology 111: Assistant Hx' linginrmrzi 12I. lime flhifv. "WfldI he rg Ynu rug . 4 uma :L I lllixlll "Hank" Hobby- M'..gL .inlbiliun-2. In .lvlivilfrs 11, rhaniml I T r a c L . Trzlnm, lm, ball. "Ur uh... -'flld ULN! N' Hfrbbu 1. A -lllllmiyi ,HU llunbl H U -'11"ilpiIl'r, 4 'HRD Hx' "Inq, PM xx 1. N, , p WWW-5-si 'N lg I till! lf XY!-Ill.ER I B.S. . -14-gfgvf pitching. I: nlrnphtr bulk on ifa: I lacmislry, k 4 ?1-rtzzutry Club' In- fi llnlrtball. Home ll.xf!mqf1f.yg' uhm. -' ' 1 fell fir a' fl-ar." X NJDLNIC WliI.LS .l.B. 'fi jsilnf, qu. GSA- Home Hgulilwft, Ullm- 14' l " fun c I 4 'Hug my ll xmlmll .LB- ...ll"""' - ,A VE: YK -ftluv Stud? Qgllig gi 1:1 111.1 WAND gm. L l "M 'ly t3,' - t .7351 Il '11, Hulfkcl .gi L ' A I 'gl , I 2. ,J K2 ti? 1 R 3 K M ,, W.- ...N. N, W-. ,,..-M....,-,...l.... .l K RICHARD E. WHITE "Whitie" B. E. Hobby-Pinochle. Ambition-To be a successful college coach. Activities-IIKE, ATO, QEA, Football 125 135, Track 135 145, Bryce Club, Business Club, Biology Club, Spanish Club, Assistant Baseball Manager 135, Engineering Board of Control 125. Home town-Springfield, Ohio. "What he says, You may believe, and pawn your soul upon it." HENRY WHITEMAN "Hank" C. E. Hobby-Working. Ambition-Fame. Activities-Commons lub C , Me- chanical Engineers C l u b , T r a c k 125, Cross-country . Team, Interfraternity Basket- ball. 'tHe who is a man, possesses a great soul." RANDALL BLAIR YOUNG "Old man Youngv Hobby-Commercial writing. 1 Ambition-Municipal Director of Physical Educa- 1 tion. Activities-QJEK, Square and Compass. Home ' town-Hyndman, Pa. 1, f 5 T ,.......,....,,. .. . .-...J lu 4 ---.. ,Q SARA BURKE WILKINSON . xl!! S.gixnA1 1 , B. E. ,,, Hobby-Playing the piano and reading. fl Ambition-To write a good short M story similar to "The Lady or l 1 the Tiger." l Activities-EAQ, XAQ, Pierian, I President Women's League 145, Secretary Student Coun- 1 cil 145, Student Assistant Li- bl-ary 125 135 445. "0h! She was perfect past all parallel." I X1 fl! , . RAY WILKINSON 1 l "Wilkie" C. E. ! H, Hobby-Fair ladies. i Ambition-To get one. y it Activities-Lone Star, Theta Phi, ly Lance and Helmet, Laughing we Masque, Football 135 145, Track 125 135 145, Biology il Club, Spanish Club. 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WALTER PIERSON, LOUISE REINING, ELIZABETH REITER, ALMA M. REYNOLDSE MILDRED RISTICH, ORIS RITCH, LUCILILE ALICE ROBERTSON, ERA ROSENSON, JEANETTE RITA ROSENBERG, ROSE SAPP, DORA SAVOY, CLIFFORD EMANUEL SAYRE, MILDRED SCHOEMAKER, DOROTHEA ELIZABETH SHINE, HELEN SKEESE, FRANK HOOVER SLOPP, HAROLD SOMERFELT, MYRTLE SULLIVAN, HELEN JANET TISCH, LORETTA VOLK, MARIE AGNES WAIILACE, BLAINE VVALTER QZALLER, HALLIE E. 1 ELLS, ARLAND NVILLIAMS, VIVIAN MARY XVRIGHT, HIELEN E. Home Economics BAUGHMAN, DORIS ELLSWORTH, LILA IRENE HAY, JANET ELIZABETH HOOVER, ELNORA MAIKJORIE MORSE, GRACE MARIE READ, JANET SCOBIE, EMMA WEAVER, JOSEPHINE CROCKER 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 11 11 ' .ix rs-nam. H I lnxrmmxs lm . N -. Nm-.. -x QLQ , I. LLL, R' "AX Huy ml B31 hmm nu, q,.,,,.WI - fLYN nun, MAL F R. . H nw Khlllxh' - thin I FATHER ETH JANE :iii-Y' . Nsxumnm V . up., Mn :Kl1uxx, L iv-YDAINN, QARP LKWREXCE l.m.zxmx, lam Rm, H1 SH- Wing, :-:Mm hmmm' u u xx.. 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P I WTT, N x 1 I NH Ai Ly T U JW MH WV I 1 EMM I! 'I ,,I Um 4 W1 .UT WI! W2 ,, ,M ,Qu U 1 l M2 Vx 1 ,L tj! H is IN ,, I w,,,l.x,. .nf U 'ff 'fi' 4' fra, I 'ii 4? Q! EI I5 ,L if I V Li 5 N.. 4 if RS Ky mf I A ix , . , , fm all pm! l,lI.ll fl In - .If l" Lim nmn, uhm r. NH HJ' hzlln'-.1 K '. xl'.IV'f Ulm' W- " UH Luv' JN nl fu JN J lx bg un I I I Students and alumni of Akron U are pleased with the return of Fred S. Sefton as head of the Physical Education Depart- ment. Coach Sefton has just returned to the University this year after a year's leave of absence, during which time he studied physical education work at Harvard. Coach Sefton has always stood for good, true Blue and Gold sportsmanship in Akron U athletics. His influence upon the athletic department is a great help to lift the stand- ards of Akron U sports. Coach George Babcock comes to us next year to take the place of James XV. Cole- man, who resigned as coach after the 1925 football season. Babcock was one of the mainstays of the past season Michigan team, playing tackle on the Wolf-coached team. On account of his youth and up-to-date ideas of modern football and still his abil- ity as a leader, the next athletic year for Akron U looks very encouraging. Miss Sarah ingly for the University in interested in Last year the doubled that o 85 Dunkley has worked unceas- benefit of the women of the an attempt to get more girls clean, wholesome athletics. women were given a repre- sentatiye on the athletic board of control. Due to "Dunk's" hard work the number of women interested in athletics has almost f last year. M To , ,,:,, ,c,m,,,,,,,,l,.,, ,lf ,f ,. , If , ,X Vw . 4 ', ..., -41,1 151' ffl' ' 'A ,f . ll l , 1 ij til ,L ' t x .14 t A t 1 i t ami? ,, ,J . iq , . ll .l 1' 1,1 it t it W :Hi my in tw 9 4 5 V: ,if Q U i All lg e it 'iw W 3 , fi, il Coach James W. Coleman will not be with us again next V t year. No matter what happens to Coleman, though, there Et. is one thing for which he will be always remembered A t and which will serve as a eulogy to his name- K It was a Coleman-coached football team that broke the ,LA y Wooster football jinx, and defeated that school after nine years of failure to defeat the Boles-coached gang. l ' rp ,EI i wi R W itat. , ll till W John F. Wagner, Assistant Football Coach, this year Qi Qt brought with him the high ideals of the game. Wagner ,Q was coach at North High School. A fi will ly I-' it J il A li M' ill tl tl lift! ,,'Eellf,! 'Wil t ,ini Although Coach Larry D. Ricker is with us no more, l-lit he has left something that will always serve as a monu- .iy ment to his name at the U. Ricker organized and trained a gym team which was one of the best in the state. It was a rare treat to Akron fans to see a gymnastic exhibit between the halves of a basketball game. The organization was so ellicient that even though QQ! .,,. Ricker has left the gymnast team still lives. , :tj 1!.I. . Ill i" , A ml 'AIM :- hr lb Ll W U51 se l V 1' i ' i t t "I IIa .4- 2 IIN .lynn mm ...-bm, tII..ugI1,1hm .wx AX s TLZIIQ-InbQl.ed X-. 1 .AIIIQL .-A321 IIN! by-Mkt the A T'.h""I dflcr nine 51 INR! I I ao.. X Y I i,,, 4' 1, nn IIWTI' .. I1 U' A .ana 0 A munu. ff, ' . , Q 2 se . 1 md gl ,1.I.I In-I "' n A .J -sILII'-" 1 i.. sf liz MMIII' v.'NIlIbII HJ' A" .,. 1 .A-. ai' HI .I 'vu .a' N lhullgh -1 ' CAD TAIN I E 'Joseph Zepflgclfmoch ? FQOTB LL S7 I I I I I I 1 , I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I I I .I 5 '-' A .-4 I 1 ' , . V .1-' 1 I . ' 1 at J i l H U1 ,1- .f rm... ..... ...N.i.......,..----.. ----..,.... ,.. ..., ...,.,,,, , , .WJ " f -' r--f-. . N x n,.f' ts.. J ll Vq , 4 L- ' 1. V, lee. , , . v , , ,.. -.-.M -..,,,, ,, s,,,.,, . . ,. , 1 H-.. .. W.,-W .a-l..,..,ut.W,. 1925 Football Results Akron .,,.,, ,.....,..,.,,,.,,. 3 Wittenberg .,......,... ..,,,.. 1 3 Akron ...... ...... 0 Ohio Wesleyan ....... ....... 2 7 Akron ...... ..... 1 4 Case ........... Q ............ .... 7 Akron ...... ..... 0 Fordham ............................ 28 Akron ...... ..... 0 Baldwin-Wallace .............. 6 Akron ...... ..... 0 St. Xavier ................. ....... 1 9 Akron ...... ..... 0 Wooster ................ ....... 2 0 Akron ...... ..... 0 Kenyon ...... ....... 3 0 Football Season Probably never before in the history of Akron University was a foot- ball season so disastrous as the 1925 season. The season was an extremely muddy one, the team playing practically every game on a heavy field. With this rainy weather, Akron's team, which bragged of a dangerous pass attack, was greatly impeded. The 1925 team was a light, fast crew, and in the mud were practically power- less. - The end of the football season was marked by the resignation of Coach James W. Coleman. University authorities, after a lengthy and careful consideration of a score of applicants for the position of coach, finally voted to accept George Babcock, assistant coach at the University of Michigan and stellar performer on last year's Wolverine team. 1 Coach Babcock possesses a very pleasing personality along with an uncanny football brain. Owing to his youth and up-to-date knowledge of modern football, Akron should place one of the strongest teams in the history of the school on the grid next fall. Coach Babcock is also a leader of men and it is this quality which will no doubt serve to break up fraternity politics in athletics. 89 ,. ,,..,...,f.,,.,, -, km. . , . ..,..., Mx.. s ,,.,,..,,,,,,,N,,-WM-,,v, WV- FRANK WARGO l K ga 5 QQQ5 g l g X 7 "' NQQZ ' :::::' ':::::::EEEE::::::::::: 2- I' EH X A Al ,2..::sssssgs55a.. 4:52. "Wi v , jj! F it JOSEPH SCHOCH Joseph Albert Schoch, commonly known to his host of friends and admirers as "Zap," is the first and last word when it comes to "fighting one's way to the top." "Zep" came to Akron a mere 100 pound aspirant for a football HA." But aspiration alone didn't win Joe's HA." It was FIGHT, and it was FIGHT after he earned that "A" which won him the honor of captaining the 1925 football team. J Due to the lack of material during the 1924 season, Wargo was forced to shift from his regular position of fullback to end. He qualified so well at this position that during the following season he was given end as a regular job. "Doon did so well at the end position that he was men- tioned by sport writers in connection with the All-Ohio conference eleven, and so consistent was he at the job that he totaled sufficient time to win him the captaincy of the 1926 football team. 9 ,,.,f an A T nu gn rf +V lull ll V wi W i il' 'B V -I H af' ,i I 1 l 1 i i IXX X 7 7 u -"f F' 4301 Kr ws' ,MXUJ af AHF!" IWC: he made 3 ng lried his luci- Plal' Varsih Hvrr lo gh, Qllirieni, . HlS long m8 legs nf do Of Ret E 1 MX i 23' M it QS , P fx. 4 K, xl 0-6-x9'e-sgxx 9 X X r w J ff ff " 2579 ,il J -J if 1 of J J M- , X sl J rn X'I ,. Xl' X2 'flaw , J if K fig Q Z . 1, lJMlWf"LXi?f 1zcg'g2i.'.W.5Et5mW Y z , 1 .. J Q - , k . - 's,f'g.'g5q.-a 1 'rw J.. 2 jf 1 LR A Vt, gf? ' X V1 gg rigs 'X '4' x' N NXNXNR' "' X X lv X 'D s ' ' ' - - rzsisia-':"2' BBUQATQBSSF- l 3 li CECIL CUNNINGHAM F "Scutum" Cunningham has fought his last battle on the grid 'neath the Gold and Blue. For the last two years Cunningham, little man that he is, filled a guard position. And not only did he fill it but he had plenty left to overflow the brim and spill on his opponent. Guards are generally thought of as men of might and brown. "Ceo" didn't have much brawn but Oh, the might! That's why the opponents seldom gained "up- stream" through Cunningham. JEAN SMITH 904 Season. After two years at the fullback position at which job 3 the I . . ' 'On of he made a name for himself as a plunger and passer, Jean frplllf Pom' . . . nmonqhql tried his luck the last season that he would be eligible to 1"""l"lHmgu,,, play varsity football on the wing. m 'tn t Here to the surprise of many fans he proved to be very fficient. was men' 0 'U up' Tac Au,0hi0 His long powerful arms craved to embrace the speed- n 'Wh Q me iob ing legs of an opponent and when there was passing to il' bf I - 'of do or get Jean was always there with the stuff. nm Ihr ralplalnf. af! ! I, ,v,s,,-,,i,,,,,,, .,,.W ,Wu , , 91 tl 11 I 1 1 A11 .1 1! l 111- -lf 1 1 111 111 P 1 l 11 1 ill 111 1 i111 Til 1 V 111 "1 1,1 I 1 ic. l '11 ,111 1! 1 1:15, lf 1 ,1 .l mi 1 I 11 E fi?1i23ffif51f:i ,N l 1 11 , , , - . . . , . 11.1-:Tr-f1-y,A 'Q .1 N 1 '- l , " . ,f G11 lil W 1V 0 f Q f H 1 1l' M y X 1 1 1 42, W Lk fl , 5 I R Ifrlxfx 131 fy . .V g 1 'B 1 ? X QXX ff f". HI 3 'll if f f ff' J X 5 ds ' X ' 77: , 1 1' 'sjlljqb ff ff! 1 fe 2 .5 . wa W1 ' fx x ' S f-- e ' W, -- M 1 vb xiii 1 EW S 1 111 he , W 47'74 N X X ' EDUAQDS 1 A ix V 1 I 1 1 1 11 1511 1 L55 1 V , ll I f 1 I EWING ROBISON 1 f' 1 Ewing "Chick,' Robison would have gone a lot I "tougher" in football last season if he hadn't persisted in fl - carrying a pet around all season with him. The pet we 5 ' y speak of was a knee that was generally about twice 1 " " 1 11+ normal size. 11 Even at that "Chick" did some darned good work and 1 through grit and fight he earned his letter. N 1 He'l1 be back next season, but the pet wonlt. Q il: W 1 1' 11 -E 11 1 1 M A l 1ii1 1911! M WALTER KIRN - 1 Walt Kirn tips the beam at something like 175 pounds. He's got a functionable football head and a truck horse 'UL , pair of shoulders, so why shouldn't he have won his "AH Even- fm, MQ. as a fullback. l Thus --herb.. I 1 Walt has two more years to play football, so we'll Mole ll probably see him there with the same old fight next season 1 the men I n 1 again. 4 e iij1f 1i'1f, . W :W A flfl 1 511 1511 1 li. 1 'TU' 1! ' 1 11, fi i V 'ri',Q1if1ififjffiffiffffl1111 mg-M.- .... M.-W-1. mg 11 , S .. Q Q, , ' 1 1 T i X? mai hh- 175 Wunds' 1 3 lfllfk horsi 1 -lm . .. iw lust Wm ms A -' will f, alblln. 50 I3 F , Um tight 'l V .,., ill i 1 E 5 . f f,.,...,.,.. - U. ....- -.......-..-.-,..-...., iw: . J f f j A M f E 'T y , r , f ! X I ,, ' JL . .. 6 ? 'ggi V y fi ' Z 1 ' O 4 Z f K ff K f Wife:-45357 T. 0 ! I Z f' V f X lI.!J il E fff , W' f ex f I -.. fzafwbc . 'Q . f f 1 1 f T WX x5-e ff! 5-1 fT v ,ip je " f f 1 1 I f M X I f I 711 gig-iJf y'DZAgQSQ l. ' it 1, I fr QE I? 5. Y .L X i if v lf , . vi it F! P. 1 1. l 1 LAWRENCE TAYLOR . 5 Taylor played guard and was Cunningham's running y' mate. A big fellow with plenty of nerve and no small iv quantity of fight. ' . 1 v Lawrence was the second highest bid for the captaincy of the 1926 team. That speaks well enough for his ability. He has one more season on the grid with Akron. . I g l 2 1 5, 22 ze ii Qi ., . ii fi If ff 4 li is 25 13 1 I 4 2 A. l, it l s li 1 HERBERT MOTE E i Every football team is forced by rule to have tackles. ii 1 Thus "Herb" Mote. QQ Mote played a "bang up" game at tackle. He's one of it I . . the men left as part of the nucleus for next year's team. if it 5 1 It rl , a. 5 . 'I E. 2 fi e I' a Q: .5 is P . , , it as 2 1 . az Q ai f l 1 5. It i il T E1 f 1 . F t 1 1 5 . 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L. ,L Q y slew 6 54 1 it M 5 g LYNN HEINZERLING A ji gif k Lynn came to Akron from Elyria handicapped with a i NM l pair of knickers and "Napoleon" for a nickname. How- 3 re mn L L ever, "Nap" has not yet met his Waterloo, and the style ' tion as0 ' of football that he played for a sophomore makes it look ' ' ofthe ff i as though he might not meet it soon. ' always rum . Half was his position. He'll be with us next year. t pred will mul 1 , time gl y . J- . i :ES 5 if, ig 'gi ' a if if, x L-L N -i L , mi 1 fs e , hm! 3 Q I 1 .i will if i L W4 f W ff? I ,- V J ,,,'s YWY 'X i ffggil L figJg.'5jgijgggiiiliilEJ U qu, ,. 1 1: 5. lllgg 94 ii XL A -- ., '--.N -,sq X 4 f f f !, f'A M My M xx t X !fl'Q!Wff?QZ M f af 1 N , K xx Rf! lx l i , ,f ! f if ' Dv, if M17 --.. T , ,f if ,N - U. 5' if- if P - -+ I-Ye ff ai? fi ' , X!! so . fe r fi ef f Q W l ISI? . xumaafwvvfd H wg uickulmf- 0 iljflutf. and W Sm' with 2 1,-.m-iff B. 'ear- -ln, Us ncxl P LELAND PLANT Plant was the man who had his hands on the ball the most of the time and gained the least distance. But that's the center's job. There were few times that Leland bungled a pass from center, and on punts .... it was generally Plant that raced down the field and "nailed" the opponent before he got started on the return. FRLEDRICK HOOPES Fred may not have played as much at the guard posi- tion as Cunningham or Taylor, but nevertheless when one of the regulars was forced from the game, Hoopes was always ready to take his place and do it well. Fred will remain with us another season. Z J n I I gi. Ii'I'ITIffI IIXIIIII ' I - ? wing , I I SAID UN A 40. - IIIIIII at YZF! HI? I-4:5 OM 'Z .3 , WIIQ f . EQuc.A'rEo TOE? - 'I Q' 1- ff IIQSIIN 1, f , we-N lT CANT Wy! N 0 ' 4 EVEN spew 2 N 3 ' ' I - 1 f . if it j, I . kk f ' 'Y fre' 1 ' ,-,I--'fA : - -- nun! ' ' igewgxlifi-A A Ai 4145 -,kiwi E "' W 0 ' jiuinihiqe I- X ' .0 ,f.,, . i it-OWARDS I. I I II LI I II I, ' I tl E . 1 II - I II RoY DAILY IQ II Daily came to the 1925 football season firmly resolved 7 Y I, I gi T, not to play "doggie" another season, so he just put him- I self to it and now he wears the HA." I I' 'I I Daily plays end and will be looked to with high hopes :Iii I " I in the 1926 season. I " AI I I L I Q I II II IEA? II II Q3 QQ II II II II - Ii I II Qi I2 I II -Q JoHN WAGNER II John Wagner came to the Rubber City from the great I metropolis of Orrville. You might laugh at the town but Iv Ii you can't laugh at John, especially when he gets his 190 II pounds in a football uniform. II He was one of those brave men to play where the fight was the thickest-namely, tackle. I I Wagner will be ready to throw that 190 against invaders next season too. aI II II 15 II I I I ii I eg... I I i I I II II I A IQ Ii.,f1-,.,A,. ... ,. ., . , g Y A I Q rf f,.i,,,,.,- .. ",J J' ,v I , Ir,'Eg"fff'f vwf IIIJI' Ii MI I III ,way I .I 'III I I , I I I I -ef I I I I I I I I Anolhvr "HI "Iiregic" V-I I with an :milf high scliwfl ri I Ernie used 1 I: all the rc-st -H same he ms 'I pressed. and I II Kregc-nm if y will leave- him' QI I I I I I . X 96' X , - xx Xi ,Rx N,- 11 ai A x '- x..,,,N ff-NR tw' 5. I li I w NIV fi 44' 'N U lla I i igtotmug I w L l 2 l l 1 l l l Brmly resolved V he lust put him- with high hopes Y f ,,? l, , f 5 Q XX M x" ff? 04' XWX 5 ,W Q ' ff 'PQ i is Q5 ERNEST KREGENOW Another one of the mere 180 pound type of tackle. "Kregie" was given a great deal of trouble last season with an ankle which had been injured way back in his high school days and never totally healed. Ernie used more adhesive tape on that game ankle than all the rest of the team put together used, but just the same he was there with the fight when Akron was hard pressed, and he made his "A." Kregenow still has another year. Maybe his ankle jinx will leave him-and then watch him go. BENJAMIN BALDWIN football team." with. . Y 1 ei 1.1 Khfffff f.11fff.11ff:11fIfff1 ".' flfffflfliff f'.i."f' ..', ' ' ' .97l "Benny', spared just about three weeks of his t1me last fall to prove to Coach Coleman that "even though he was only a sophomore he wanted a regular position on the Baldwin played a hard, fast game at tackle It gives a coach optimistic feelings to know that he has a man like Baldwin to start his next season s team DEAN LEONARD lil' ,ago C- Q pam. D X Q Q , Q I N Uufwlli . j- Q 2 0 ij Wztgfzlw' Lg Q 2 J W un -Q - 5 , - 22 " -KN ' U 2 ff N1 4 Q a+ "W o o we " ' LILLIBURN JOHNSON Lilliburn Johnson. "Ain't that a dandy?" Well a fellow cou1dn't get far on a grid with a handle like that so somebody thought of "Nubs" and "Nubs" it was, is and ever shall be. Just 140 wee pounds, done up in a bundle about five feet three inches. But those 140 could sure skirt the ends and guide the team from the quarter position when Schoch was out of the game. He still has another year. In every backfield there must be a lightning man. That was why Coleman had Dean Leonard playing one of the halfbacks. During a game if, on a certain play, a jersey could be seen knifing its Way through the enemy line in a zig-zag streak of Blue and Gold, you could bank on it that Dean was inside the jersey. We're expecting a lot from Dean the next two years. 98. , l at gg r J .fy a 5 3 .u 1 4, 7 7 1 4. 4, if v 4 U ii N 1 ' 4 HH N w,. ,ll E ,.... li it ff I if f 4 lt It t ,J t si A 1, ft, t, l 1, 4 lx t t Q 'R HW J' ,J N: t U, w W5 ,, is tl' tl 2: f 1 f 1 1 ,W ft W N. fi r ith X . t ,E 'l H 1 ,,t V fi if li it EF ll li fa i I I 5 s 1 I 1 5 S i A YXTQ X. xrfxxi, 'fig-2 is XSS V., K in ' tx, K Z Tackl. ball tra: tackles g bumps a Carl I' 3nolln'I'. .M ' '-IN' 'll frog? asserts sez? t ' -N ty of iff X BENQ PENAL1-zED i. 'l lx y "Q 'lu 1 F062 HOLDUWG' E i f at X 'G Y t "Mu ll g Ramon? 'u .QW nl with a handle ' and "Subs" il ,undle about live tl sure skirt the er position when ,y uf x , 3 'e Q, CARL RICHERT Tackles seem to bear the brunt of the attack on a foot- ball team and that,s a good reason for having so many tackles get letters. However, they stand the hardest of the bumps and they all deserve letters. Carl Richert got his and he'll be back next year for another. , HX I" ,D RAY WILKINSON Ray Wilkinson graduates this June. For two years Ray was out in football uniform, playing with the "doggies," but last season "Wilki" made his football "A," Wilkinson can be pointed to as "the man who stuck and won." 99 'CK' i :W 5 I x w lwi ll , it x ti xg 0 t ,ll ,M 4,-4,-ya-we--r -af-142' v 1 1 s . . , . ,I ,.,-..., ........,....-,.f.,...,.. -4 HARRY MAHONEY Filling, the job of manager is no little task, especially th t when you aretmanaging a losing team. However, a was Harry's unfortunate position. But he had the right idea and he carried it through, Mahoney believed in applying smiles to a disheartened player as well as liniment to an injured one. The showing of the Freshman football team last year, gave the fans an en- couraging outlook on the material for the 1926 varsity. It also was a great compliment to Coach Fred Sefton, whose good coaching en- abled the upstarts to hold the Sophomores, in the Freshman-Sophomore meet to a 0-0 score until the last fading moments of play when Gilleland, soph half, placed a pass in the hands of "Nap" Heinzerling who thrilled the crowd by running the remaining 40 yards to the freshman goal line and scoring 6 points for the second year men. , ' ,Q t - ww f ,ii-Y E ,J ,.,,,M,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,.-. ,.,, -,,,,-.,,.t--,-M.,..,.- .... -.,---.-.-.., .f... 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L41 5 I .- P- ,T :C 5 'E .i .,,..,........- is E E E ,E E ':: 1.- E ? 1 ., NR J 1-1 M the inns an en- .UA v--.aching en- wzzznrc meel to a , .ph half, placed a 1 hx running the m the 88601111 .11- it -+4 'CAPTAIN Hdro1cfeeSlGl'S9iNilHer BASKETB J 101 -4 11 nl 1 1 l 1 1 l 1. l 1- l -7 .11 E E + LL ... ,,I f J.. ,., . -,A,,,g,, .,...-.- , -- w 1 5 :.-4.4 1 - , -Tqw, - -., -V I " V Q, Basketball Results Akron Cincinnati Akron Kenyon Akron Heidelbeig Akron Oberlin Akron Hiram .. Akron Case ...... Akron Wooster Akron Heidelberg Akron Baldwin-Wallace Akron Ohio Wesleyan Akron Kenyon Akron Ohio University Akron Case ...... Basketball Akron U "Zippers,,' as they were named by a vote of the student body and local newspapers, ended a successful season of basketball in the Ohio conference. Regardless of the fact that Akron lost seven out of 13 games, the local team finished fifth in the Ohio conference. Two of the seven games the Blue and Gold team lost by one-point margins, both games to Case. The team was coached by Fred Sefton, just returned to the University from the East, where he had been studying on a year,s leave of absence. The Sefton spirit of fight was certainly displayed by the 1925 squad. The boys fought every game to thc final whistle, which accounted for more than one victory out of what seemed inevitable defeat. The prospects for next year's team are very bright. Only two men will be lost through graduation, while six freshmen who startled the school with their playing in the' inter-class tournament will be eligible for the varsity next season. 1111 1 "'Y"":Lif21", :H -- - - - -- - ----- ----W... 3.2 ..,, 1 11 . 1 .4 11' 1 1 s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . 1 .11 K 1 11 M 111 . 1, 111 1 1, M11 11111 1115 11 1 1 11. 1 11 1 11 1 11 W 1f 1 15 1 T11 11 1,111 W1 1 1 R11 j 11,111 11 1 111 111' 1 11- '1111l 1111 1 1' V1 1211 'iw-111 .1111 I 11:11 1 111111 111' 1111 2111.11 1, V11' 11, 71 !1 V111 12111 1f 111 11111 11.111 3111, 111' 111 11,11 11111 HT1' 11'11'1 21,11 1 11111 11131' 1 115111 fl if 1 1 11 111 1 1 Iffliflla.-....,,lI. .......,.t, .1.l..-.....,:. HAROLD MILLER Harold "Slats" Miller was the big boy who captained the 1925-26 basketball team and held up the center posi- tion. "Slats" was unusually agile and fast for a big man and he was responsible for the ball to go "z1pp1ng' through the hoop many times during the season. Miller will be missed greatly and Coach Sefton will have no easy task in selecting a man to take his place. LILLIBURN JOHNSON "Nubs" Johnson, regardless of his brevity, was always a great power against opposition with his accurate pass- ing and brilliant floor work. He could always be safely counted on to score at least half a dozen points in a game and generally six merely went as a starter. Johnson, as captain-elect of the 1926-27 team provides a fine nucleus around which coach Sefton is sure to build a conference winning team. RAYMOND SHAFFER "The fastest little guard that Akron has bragged of for many years." That in short is Raymond Shaffer. Shaffer's favorite play was to get the ball off the back- board dribble up the side and-basket for Akron. Ray will be leaving A. U. next June and his vacancy on the basketball team will be hard to fill. EVVING ROBISON "'Chick" was one of.those cool headed, composed sort oi players without which no team can succeed. "Robin was a good man to send in when the score was close and the players were getting a little excited. He is one of those kind of players that always seems to be moving with the speed of a snail, yet in reality he is playing with quick-footed precision. Robison has one more year. fililf' --- -f Y -- v- ---4- ---- - - --A ------- f-. --H . -.. .-.---.......,.., ....,-.-..,--,-.,.,...-,.- .-Q.,,.......,.v...-..........,.a..-1 ME1 ' ' " ""'r""""""""" 'r""""'r'--"---v ----------.----.............,..., , -..,1...,.....,...........-..-- 104 ,....,...-Q--n 1 rf 1 1 ky 1' 1, - -11.-+ N 'S 'A"s, illtikill vlbyl. 4 tltzlll VNU?" -n will Wg' JN sys th' tum- 4! ltxtsl . :tpt-rt-ly :mn Mrs wth' in jrfx "5 inf 1 r Al f-WET, '. ju JWCT' -NN , it if E 4 .. ,t it 3 , a K -1',Uuk', van K KN is J vfnft' ' rzifd' I, . ,. , xtfm' P . n agvlhg-' Ill X 3 get 1. g, mf fjig. at-as - ' ek - X- 1 .f . N - . ,,. W . ,. i......,. CARL BRODT Here's a sophomore that will give Akron's athletic rivals on the court plenty to worry about the next two years. It was Brodt's first try at college basketball and he finished his first year as a regular, standing in individual scoring in the Ohio Conference. He's a dead shot and a man who once he gets the ball in his hands while he's facing the basket inside the foul circle is sure to score. WALTER RUTTMAN "VVads" was a pillar of defense for the Blue and Gold and never failed to play his usual reliable, heady game. The opposing team congratulated themselves on every basket made on this able guard. DEAN LEONARD Dean is a teammate. ' You never hear thecrowd razzing Leonard for "hog- ging" the ball. He is a lightning man on the court, an accurate passer, a good shot. In fact he has all the finer points of a good basketball man. - The beaut of it is that Leonard is 'ust a so homore Y J D and has two more .years to keep on displaying that won- derful teamwork and worrying the foe. CARL FIGENSCHER For a long time it looked as though Carl was going to have to be satisfied with sitting on the bench waiting for a chance to sub at center. Then Coach Fred Sefton hit on the plan that those lanky legs and long arms could be put to advantage under the basket. Carl is a soph and has two more years to keep on "doing his stuff" with the "Zippers." 105 SMITH DEMMING TEMPLETON SPESSARD Much credit is due the "second stringersf' and it's seldom that they receive even so much as a congratulation for their work during the season. Certainly a first team would not amount to much were there not a team of strong doggies for them to practice with, or, rather, on. Again, the 6'doggies" are given new plays each week to correspond with the plays of the next opponent so that the "first string" men can get accustomed to the style of play. It takes a lot of "true bluei' spirit for a fellow to stick out a whole season, to provide practice opposition for the varsity when he has no hope of reward, save the success of the "big team? H , LOUIS CAHILL There must necessarily be a scorer to represent Akron at the ofiicials' table. Tiere also must be someone to at- tend the wants of the team and coach. There also must be someone to blow up the ball and the players, so the athletic department combines all these responsibilities into a managership and lets the lucky man handle the money also. These were Louis Cahillts obligations to the 1925 basket- ball squad. 106 ,,- l 1 1 ,535 fl all ,Y ls llfl , , l ll: ll ,. 'tl ,, V1 2 Y l ll lf lu . 2 wi l , l l r I I 9 Ai ll ii 1? l li il ll if ll il 5, il ll ll QL lr l? 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Freshman Basketball Team Great things can be expected from Akron University next year in basketball. This optimistic statement can be easily made after the showing of thc freshmen in the inter-class tournament. Added to the fact that only two varsity men will be lost next year through graduation, the freshmen who next year will be eligible to play varsity ball, added to the veterans of this year's team, will cer- tainly result in a world-beater under the direction of Coach Sefton. The freshman team played a slow, unpenetratably, defensive game, a five-man defense that seldom permitted a forward opponent to get close enough to the basket to make good a shot. Aside from their de- fensive power, the team had two forwards that were "sure shots" within a radius of five yards of the basket. Intramural Lone Star fraternity basketball team emerged the victor of some fiercely contested inter-fraternity battles. So closely matched were the teams in strength that the first round resulted in a triangular tie be- tween Lone Star, Phi Delta Theta, and Chi Theta Tau fraternities. The stars played a fast offensive game, and the team worked around Chas. Savoy, forward, who was the big point-getter for Pi Kappa Epsilon. This is the second consecutive year that this organization has won the intramural basketball cup. y 107 ,I III .If ,r',i,,,-,,-,, ,. ,,,,-...,,, 1 I I I I W 1 II1 'II 31 11 II I J ?7I I , YI .,, 1 is I' I I A1 III I. I1 II II I' III ,III II I HW 11-II 1 ISUI 1.I! IIII III III 'I III I, 41 In I II' I . I71 V 1,11 :II II1 1vI' III1 1I I JI WW :I 1 IIIII IIII1 'I11 'PII II ',11III II'I3I ,IIII III It W III IVIII , II U I III IIXN1 '19 III IIIIIII IQIIIIWI :,Ir1 III 1,15 IIIII Q. 'MI' ,III III 1 I I I: IX1 III, ,N 41511 III ,M , Q.. . I, ,,A,,,,,1 I A ,,,, . I X, 31... 55 . ' "ff-" A :V fm X t V 5 wyfygf X f ,ff A VO Nu GE Z -av' N 'W X IW - , 1 fvr ,Riff A . , , 3 fx! 12 f ! 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A 3: ... ,. 1' ... - ..- - L M- 1, m 1 - L ' .... -1 ,- -- 1- -- - -' ... -1 3 : f - . - . . , . ---' ' ' 'H -- .. - ...- ' -- r ' N- - 1 " -, i-' f - I :A 'M ' - 1: - V- 'A' 1 . . . , , 1 --- . l ' . , ,, - . , V 1 , .- A 1 , .1 ' I 1 - ' - 1 ' 4 ' ii X. tl'- i ft i 11 if lt, F y 1 i t Track Akron's track tea1n for 1925, coached by James NV. Coleman, closed a successful season on the cinder path with the total percentage of .600 in the Ohio conference. Reserve, Hiram and Mt. Union failed to with- stand the pace set by the winged feet of the bearers of the Blue and Gold. With Case and Wooster only did Akron fail to emerge the victor. Both these schools were represented by probably the strongest track teams of their history, and these two teams were undoubtcdlythe strongest this season in Ohio. In the first meet of the- season the Blue and Gold met and defeated Western Reserve by a score of 85-46. Captain "Busy Thomas shone in the dash events, and Akron's relay team clipped off the mile in 3:46. Hiram was the next to eat the dust of the Coleman-coached crew. The score was 87-44. Thomas again copped both dash events. Gene Smith hurled the javelin 178 ft. 10 in. for a new conference record. "Nubs,' Johnson took the pole vault and high jump events. The Blue and Gold track team avenged the Akron football and basket- ball teams by defeating Mt. Union in the third meet of the season, 84-47. The last two appearances of the Blue and Gold team were both fatal Wooster edged out the local team in a hotly-contested meet, 70-60 Case, with their DeWitt brothers and relay team, proved too great a handicap for the Akronites, and the former won, 81-50. It is interesting to note that until the defeat handed Akron by Wooster, the Blue and Gold colors had flown unmarred by defeat for four years. Consolation comes, however, in the strength of the teams who succeeded in breaking Akron's perfect track record. 1 ,.... . DAVE ALLEN To Dave Allen fell the unfortunate lot of being 1925 track manager. Unfortunate as far as the managerships are concerned for being track manager is probably the hardest job in this field. A track manager has plenty of rubbing to do to keep the muscles of the athletes from getting hard and knotty. Besides this he has a lot of "parfinalia" to keep track of. Still Dave was a big enough man to "smile through it allf' 111 W"-'Tn -.- - ' v, , M Wx if ,l HN V1 lV 'Q ifk' SKWVA 41l Vrg, ' i 44+ L14 V jr 1, 1, U if. 51 M W 3 WVN. rw WSU Vif lg: HV' x 'lv 1 V13 5111 1'j l 3, M YW NWI IV 'i ' M ri D 'UIEIEN ww V LV, Mag? IKLM1 , ',:, ls'-1 x"!j fwla LN li MIT W ,QV gl s fl 'VND 'x B! HV wg?f5jm ws V ik lI,l1'L Al-fixgi '?l"'1. 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C G11 ff ,.- ..- .- .- .- -- K! ,... ,.. ::: if-' 52' ii .-...V 'l 4- -X" ' s -.. 1 -1 - 1 .l .1 -.- 1- 4 .1 .1 L -1 .-.. 1. i -1 i 1 i -l 1 1 1 .- 3 1 ..- - ..- 1 1 1 1. .-. 1 .- 1 1 - 1 .1 3 1. i 1 1 1. 1 -. -. .1 -. 1 1 -. Q. .1 1 2 1. 1 ... .- .- .1 .- .. 3 .1 .. FZ? .f CAPTAIN Edrl Pfeifle ' L.: ' l i. ' 1- -1 1 i 1. T. 'L' i 1. .JV I ... : - : : E : - E E E : E E .- : : - .. - 5 ...- 1-1 ' 3 i 1, BASEB LL X 113 H , A,,, 3 ...."' Ci C 'J 31 'J C: : 5, -- r ft 'r W h f - -A : - - 4 .., . -- -4 J 'f 3 f 'N N' f' ff :,- --2. '- 7-' 'V :C Y I 2' 7' - 1 A f If --L - , - .-. :. - ,.., y- , "' 7' Lf -' -' - 1 ,M wx - -- 1' - , A -, . - .. A . - - N. , f - . . A - .- . A . . . , -1 . ' r f . 1 l ' Y . , , ., 1 , , X ' 0 E1 '11 'n :V 1 K ' I W 1' N 1 1 NX.. .X , , lt xl Baseball A The Blue and Gold baseball team practically doubled their last year's standing in the Ohio conference this season, closing the season with a final percentage of better than .500. The baseball team split even in their non-conference contests, winning twice from Kent Normal and dropping two games to Ashland. The 1925 season's results shows a marked improvement over the 1924 season. In the former year Akron won only two out of seven confer- ence games. Coach Larry Ricker's squad opened the season against Western Re- serve and lost the inaugural contest by a 9 to 3 score. A In the second contest of the season Akron defeated Hiram, 8-7. In this game Akron came from what seemed an almost certain defeat which was made possible by home runs by Sauter and Firick. The next meeting of these two teams resulted in an easy 9-6 victory for the Blue and Gold. Baldwin-Wallace followed Hiram's suit and donated two wins to the Ricker-coached outfit. The scores for the two games were 5-4 and 14-10. Kregenow provided a thrill for the fans in the first of this double-header by doubling and tying the score in the ninth. Akron nosed out the opponents in the tenth. The success of the 1925 season was largely due to the timely hitting and consistent playing of Captain "Pie', Pfiefle. Harry Mahoney led the team in batting, hitting .367. RUSS AUTEN According to veteran members of the baseball squad, Russ Auten made a very efficient manager. He was reputed to always see that good meals were served the team on their trips, the buses were always on time and there never was any mixups as far as the trans- porting of the team was concerned. -W Vi 4 hi V---nn.,-vi-K YFUVYY 4, A ww.,-,-U-V, ,,,, W, .,,,,,,,., .1..,e.-.,..-,,,.1,.--. , , .. ,.. - 1 1 , L,,,-,,M,,,,,,,,. , ,,, Umm, A U W, JA.,,,,m.,L,,.,,...,,..y,1,...,.,,.-...l..,,,.,.-,,...---y..Mt.-,--H-W.1-V-. - ---11-'-'--M--A-J----L ' ef--M---1 ' ----f-f X 115 1-1-' Wie: W 4 H Y I1 hz :V 43 ipw MW vt!! lxi 1 'xx ,Mi Hai My :1 ffm My ,EW ff Qlw' fu1'W ffxwj: 11 N wk ihw J, 1 r l wi' 11 v ma i1EU'i am H V ,gli , pi, 1153 l li NM 1 lil l U g 14 M ,IME H ,M ,,1 :LH H .V , 3 WM ap 19 QQ Fi' 1Q . M SJW! W H ?5 Win F Q PM Eg F V1H ,W ww, ll M W 51, UI" 5 qiii M N1 ff .Alum ' f ,P r Wing H E1 1 M Un ig' Qliii V -ll U Vt we i'1w Ii lr wi! I Wifi 11 X! 'N y 1 ' 1' N"'w' Q 52 Q W W 3x f w1 i l H :NNE " IJFIQ1, .r 5U, ' 2' li J fi U ?! W M ','Mlg 'lf , u : V Wil? ' iw, Y MTL Q 4,V l 'N rs. i. FFS 0015 'X f v r' -I jj' , .fi r. F .! ' ' - I r'f ya 5 . BJLGER mo'vx:CUYK'9- ' -w-rf "Nfl 9 MENS ATHLETICS 5 1 vVOMEN,S INTRAMURAL BOARD The Season , a fuller course than ever before Every sport VVomen's athletics at Akron have run . l that has been started has had all teams 'represented and has been successfully finished. The season opened in the fall with soccer, and spirits ran high. The center of rivalry all through the season was between the Juniors and the Sophomores. After the Juniors had won both soccer and hockey, with only one point scored against them, the Sophomores came back and defeated them in basketball. The Non-sorority team came back to their own and walked off with the Intramural championship. A volleyball tournament was played for the first time this year, between classes. It came out a general tie the first time. When the tie was played off the Juniors again were the champions. K At the same time the Womenis Rifle Team "put a ea ier in the Michigan co-eds. s Women's Rifle Squad Members it son, Miller, Wolfe, Burns, Hahn, Peet. f tl ' their cap" by beating ...--...- .f i XVOMEN,S RIFLE TEAM ' 118 o receive sweatersl-Holman, Hoffman, Minter, Jack- i ll -1 ff' The Juniors li them, not cw-n J when thc- tic wi the Juniors. Junior Sricrcr C0nW1ly'. Jlnsirr The girls m-iq and the Suphun held the Junior. when it blfggm W3S 4 lu 1, Junior lleirlw iC2fpt.r. 12-...W rg if 1 i il ...gen lim-rx' sport ullx' linlslied. -i rivalry all Juniors had S' -plll rllllltii l- lntmmural fi .-laws. ll js .lgiin wr X," bi bfflllllg I Ntimlvr. hcl Junior Soccer Champions The Juniors finished on top, with a clean record. No one had been able to score against them, not even the Sophomores, who tied them the first of the season. In the final game, when the tie was played off, the score was 2 to 0, with NVolfe and Moore the scorers for the Juniors. Junior Soccer Team-NVolfe, Carson, Burns, Cooper, XYagner CCapt.J, Moore, I-Ioffman Conway, Masters, Ross, McCahan, Beckwith, MeNaughton. J unior Hockey Champions The girls went into hockey with more spirit than ever, the Juniors in high confidence and the Sophomores determined to down them. The Freshmen put up a stiff fight and held the Juniors 2 to 0. The excitement of the Junior-Sophomore game was heightened when it began to grow dark and cold and the ball could not be seen. The final score was 4 to 1. Junior Hockey Team-Masters, XVolfe, Carson, Burns, Conway, Wagner, Hoffman, Moore tCapt.D, Cooper, McNaughton, Beckwith, McCahan, Ross. .45 119 l 'l ii Ei, 4.4 L, fi I 1 fi K lla A1 ll ii .13 3 l Will tllll will lg! fly lf' l 4 s 5 sf 1 4 ' 1 1: fy Qi il till ill AM :lil 11,1 'Sal ill 1' Nil Ml .al il, , 1' ll' ldlu ,P l ml lmiwz 1 112 . M. . ml 1,1 11111 flat, Mlgl W T1 3 'M wil Ml lx! lnyili 1 il 1 lrlll NIV 3 lil? .ui QW' 1,11 1' , , H Kell- .,g , :,, gil 11 fill f 1 , 3 . 1 1 . lil . tl Y Q E E 3 Intramurals, 1926 The same Non-sorority team with some changes from year to year under the leadership of Evelyn Burns was still the terror of the campus. The addition of Heine to Burns and Corice made them in- vincible. They walked away with the honors, leaving the Alpha Gammas, Phi Mus and the Kappa Kappa Gammas all tied for second place. Non-sorority lineup-Heine, R.F.g Corice, L.F., McCown, C., Burns .QCapt.J, L.G., Minter, RG., Fuller, PMG. Class Basketball, 1925 and 1926. The Juniors were riding high and dry at the beginning of the basketball season. They had won both hockey and soccer and had acquired the name of the "Monopolistic Sisters." They played with so much confidence that they took a hard fall when their "fighting mad" little sisters, the Sophomores, rimmed them, 18 to 8. Heine and Corice starred for the Sophomores. Heine was a regular comet. Sophomore lineup-Corice, R.F.g Parr, L.F.g Heine, L.F., McPeak, C., McCown, C., L.F.g Heine, L.F.g McPeak, C., McCown, C., Aspel, RG., Richards QCapt.D, L.G. 120 f 1 . -125 , , 2311-1 .xl A- lil' pigs X walls, 1926 x-wmritx lcanu with ffulll xg-ppp to Year 1 wlvrship of Eytplm ul ull' l0l'l'0p' of the ...mau.m nf mm, 9 rin- manlv them ip. p x xxqalked away wilh having the Alpha Nlus and the Kappa .N all lil-11 for second p p lim-up -Heine.R.F.: ' Xmjmxn. C.: Burns Xlmll-rg R115 Fuller. p 26 ,A ,Un Thev ".ftfg?Iiq11!..X:q1Efgpm H litarrgd fp rua, 11.1 N1f'3"X"" C1 i t M, lp ,e,-" 7 Unk HI Gbrganizaiiunz B EA CON 0 X U D TAL 22 -71 A 'X fgf WE ?fd,f. mx ffylgox-Klo ' RARIE ll l l xl A l l l l all .tif :fl r 'nl 5 l if E iw s 5 il ll ll 21, 'l l, l ll l I l l ll li I 2 ti V ,S it ls 4 I , in if Z', ,l ,L L, il Q , 1 l ll l l 1 ,l ,Q ill I l x. Phi Sigma Alpha 1910 Faculty Members DEAN ALBERT I. SPANTON Dean of Buchtel College DR. JOSEPH C. ROCKNVEI,l. Professor of Latin and Greek DR. JOHN L. JONESN Professor of Mathematics DR. AMON B. PLOWMAN Professor of Biology MARGARET SPANTON JOHN MACKINNON IRENE BEAR HOWARD CRAMER JOE WEILER MILDHED LINCOLN HELEN WEI.I,s MURRAY FIGENSCHEH V1v1AN LEOBOLD 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 8801, or better. 124 Q1 -1 s -. f, w. "'l ffullegp Ullll Grepk ulhenwlics HI Biology llltfl ily founded me sludenls their entire lllemlml lhc 1fl'4lPr l0 be x urbcllcr. 'av' 6 -yung f 2 129 3 1 I 5 I 3 I I I 1 I I i II i L l f l i Iv lf It F E L V l I i I I l ,1-,tags V. -4 -f .Ji . I.: -, - A -f .-. nw.,--i.1..:Av.,,-A Affriiaa- ,-A-. w...m:.1f u1,.,..-...,.,.....,,f-.....,.,f:..vw, ,..-:g,:::..:-, - I .,..,-.seal-Ff.-Q.-......,.s..A-. -,W-,g-,.,,, ,, ,., 1,77-'vga' V W t- M :L-AM ll' 4.2 I Sigma Tau PHI CHAPTER 1924 FRED E. AYER Dean Of the Engineering College HAROLD HOCH, President THEODORE F. ROCKWELL, Secretary THOMAS SAUTER, Vice-President and Treasurer OSCAR LIMBACH DAVE ALLEN WILLIAM GUILLOD LINCOLN COLE it RICHARD QUALTEBS, Historian Sigma Tau is a national honorary engineering fraternity. It 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. I ,iii .,,s i.., ,iii s,,C Te1,,..,,,, .-- fs.-.1-FN,-we-.,. ,gf-fr-1nv-H--M-.fwq--ww A,.,f-- ,W-A-m.-in-1-I -ALM-. - - - -- ....-.....,Y .,,,,.. If , , . .,-. -xv., ..,:f,-..-.aw-,q...:L:. ,. .5 126 1 lffjllege r '--rmlx. 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' 1 . . , 'V+ U "M , 7" f ..,.:' ' fs 9- fi r E r I - N. iw-1 f , ' ' A Yr..-.' xf V ',.: 'V 141' .,. , ,I '51 9 '- . 1 . V-...: va .-'- 'T - -' -. - , . ..- ff .fl J- lc., f :ty . , if ' . L. , ga VA, Jil I ,jf 1 .,1 E' as-ri: f l I Fgff ' pf . 5- as fi, ,Q L 'P'-" . . Y 9 H in Q .Arty iwgfi .ga P -w,4s- ..,ssf:14..-..,g.,,-r..,,Q,,,, 5Q. ,,rc .W 1 Ama " u - ,- F- -ga., -414,5 , I 4 -. .. .Q -is-K 143. ,X Q 8,-.Q L. . . Q A55 f '31, F , N ,Q .1-1, .gg 3- :A L-L -,A M, M V, V 'fix ..,.A . V I WIN 1 A """""+f---- -'f- - 4 ...mm Pt. -3-. nt 'H 4 '-1: -EZ-. , ,., ,fAn AL. Nj , , yi, ,- -4 . L if Aim w 1 i i 3 5 i 4 , lA 1 " f I 127 Lance and Helmet ' 1919 Es.: X7 V v ALBERT SPANTON Dean of the College of Liberal Arts AMON PLOVVMAN Professor of Biology RAY SHAFFER RAY WILKINSON CECIL CUNNINGHAM THOMAS STEVENS PERRY DEMMING LILLBURN JOHNSON HAROLD MILLER EWING ROBINSON 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 mem- bers only during their junior year. 128 'i I lllly lil! fi, Iuwlff I I I I II II Il 'C - I I I ' I I .ffffij I ,If 'I lli III l"I:I IVI Ilillm lml ILL I II II Ii! II II L. II ,V II 'II I TI i II I :- I J' III :gf II "-4. II 'S' II , -I Ill fb-A x Ugg B III pi. III YET II 5545 P. fu lil :.'ll IlII ' III Ii I li . AGT II ri II I I I . I- .tr III iss il I l 'Six II 5 TI. I I, II If l 52: II at-I ,V I E sl X . ral Arts Biology Chu0SiIlg ', during liiilllding , L- mem- N if NR N", W , . H' iw. 1 K lx' W I R. ' .1 V f' I X Nix m x -.w 1 -Y- .. . 'I -. "1 ' 'f A -- . - , . , .-., , V Www , - - V -, , , qffwfv. ,- - ,. ' ' 'ak' - M 'QV . .. 3- l ig. 4' 4 IM., gi. V'-, . M' 1 ,wg w- .ff 54 :Kia 1 .V , ' Q L. Q 1.1 . f' W., , 3? I .af 7 " X A AJ I my N , ,Q 1 , 5 ,.- V, 0 V Q 1 gf 'M , ,.e ,X 4 ,, A -'fm , , M . 4959 fm' 5. r Hikwww . -. 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EVELYN SPARHAXVK SARAH WILKINSON DOROTHY ROEGER VELMA POMRROY The Pierian Sorority is a womenis Junior honorary society, recognizing those girls who have shown exceptional ability in their studies and activities during their freshman and sophomore I years. Members are chosen on Tree Day. 1 1 1 I 1 1 I ,I , I 1 I 'I I I I :1I If ,I I It I it Q Ii 3, I5 I I. 1f' I 130 If Q! ,,,f" I V -ff" I 1 I i L'1,iTf57'Iftf "" L S' ICIII 'Jil IQIII WUI QVIQ ,,,, I -'III Fifi II II II II . . ' L' , , . , I - 1- '1""-',k? A I I 1' X" - ' g,t - aff!! II 'w,,"1"' .111 ' , I II , ., II n 'J-'S II II " li I' " 11 , III ? III II if? 2 1,5 5 ' 1 1 .a" Q' 11s 1 1 , VII 5 A e' 1 I 1 1 III1 ' ,Q ' .15 N., 1, 'I II IIEA My -4 4 I"l 4.4 , ' I 'via V . I 2" sal?" II I N ' Q"- ?3"1x'..,, 4' i 'ref-mf A f, IW fl! 2 ' i 4' III .rf 'ff ' I I Q J' , I -aw ' ' I ,g,.' in Wt 9. FJ' ,I 'A 'I I 'Skit Y. ' 1 A I 1 I I I I 11 ,, I I I 1 , Vt iii 'L if- 2 Q ' ,113 1 5:1 ' 1 jf' SuCi0lj'. ability in phnmore 33 wo- z, 'Q' WW, x X R X v A 2 A X Q. Y. 1 131 , I Omicron Delta Kappa THETA CIRCLE 1 922 'Q .W ,.., .,.,..gg , 'J PRoE. BULGER ALBERT SPANTON Dean of the College of Liberal Arts EARL CRECRAFT Professor of Economics HEZZLETON SIMMONS Professor of Chemistry DR. O. E. OLIN MR. W. I. MOORE PAUL SANDERSON JOHN MACKINNON JEAN SMITH EARL GILLELAND BENJAMIN B. KREISELMAN EUGENE B. DENNING HARRY MAHONEY DAVE ALLEN ' HOWVARD KRAMER CARL BRODT 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 'vvho have been in school at least two years are eligible to election. ' zi.1'.fQ"' 'M'- ,.., ..,. V. ..,,,. K, 1, J' il 1 I ll 1 l, lfil , i I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1? S l 'l l l W1 1 1 I 1 E 'V Ml iL..1 .., KEYS El. 132 X, 1 ,f-""' , 'Li' 1.21-7' 1 Y. 1' 5 lil 111 i, , 1 L. L 5 , 1 , ,Z ' ll! l i 1 11 1 il it 1 1 1 1 l 1 1l1 1:5 Il l I1 11 1. , 41 l, 3 E 11 s. I1 H1 l ' 1 l1f II A ,M 4 l l 1 1 1 l 1 1 P 1 . G' T s DSM 'Q ---.- 'Q--, 1 , -,, Q- M, l 4 Arts mics istry 1 -rnity It the eclCll pol al Vu l'l1 llll 1 ill 1 l 1 1 l ' l I, lt ll ll l ,A ll ll E l ll 1. ll 1 l l ll ill -1 l ll l ll 1' l l 1 l l l ll l, l 11 1 il 15 ll il fl 111 C 1 l li 3 11 1 ,, ., l 1 1 l 11 X: E 1 - 1, !l ilil ll1 llll ll l H21 .13 ll lrl l 'il 11 lil li lil li ll1l ,4 '1 il 15 1111 ' 1l,l 1 iii? l' li: , 111 F ff il alll 1- 11-1 :lm , :Il a 111 1 v' 4 1 Il lgl l lip li 1, M11 KH la? - fn-1? Pi 51 1 1 1 1111115 111 1 1 ' 111 1 111111 1 11 : 11 , 11 11 :1 1 1 1 1 115111 f11.' 1' 1111111111 1211.1 1,"111' 11111, 1-'11 H111 1 11' ,111 31 111 111 1 111 111111 1 11,1 1 .11f1f, 1 1 1" 111, 1 '1112 11111 -11 1 11111111 111111 15 11111 11 1' 1 11 111 1 11 'A i 11 11 1 1Mf1 111 11 1151- . 11111 1 1 11' '11 1 11.11111 V11 1 1111 1' 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 '1' 1"1 1 11 1 1111 1 111 1 1 .1 11 1 111 11 11 111 1 11 11 11 111.1111 1 11111111 11111'1111 11111111 '111 11111"111 1' ,IA I 111111: 1 1' 1 111111111 1 111 11 111.11 111 11111111 11 11"1A111 11' '11 11 1111 "1 1111 11' 1 1111 11 11 1 11. 1 11111'11 '111 1 111 11 f1s111'111 1 11 1 111-1 11 1 11111 - 1 11111111 111111 1 1 111 K 11 ' 121 111 11,1 111 ' 1 f,1 11, 1 1 15.11 1,11 1 1111 1' 1111 1 1111 1 11' 1 1' 11: 1.1 1111 1 1,1 1-1111 111 1 Q11 1111111 11? 1111111111 1 111111111 111111'11111' 3'1"11 11111 1111111 11 1 111 1 ,I 11111 1 11-1 '1'11-'111 1 1 111 111 1 1111111111 11 ,11 11 11111,11 I111'11'1 1111" ' 1 1'-"1 11-11 11 111111 1,411 Phi Sigma ETA CHAPTER 1921 1 el 1Q AMON PLOVVMAN Professor of Biology ROLL.-XND Fox . Instructor in Biology WALTER KRAATZ Instructor in Biology CARL KHIIII, DONALD LEONARD BYRON LARABEE HI-XR0I.D CASSIDY HARVEY KARABI WILLIAM PITTENCER CECIL MCLEAN CLARENCE VVITZRERCER PAULINE HENRY ESTHER STEPFIELD KATHRYN TEEPLE EVELYN BURNS CARI, FICENSCHER TIIELMA LITSINGIEH Phi Sigma is an honorary biological fraternity. It has chapters at ll1OSt of the larger universities and colleges. Its 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-tive or better. 134 1 nl 14' 'Y 0 . 1' ,. A1 1 1, If 'Wi :QQ ,dai-1 f'7i 'Q ,,.n' 'UQ Ay- 9 1 -"HJ ati fi- 1 QW .J-fs .,1 11 Sigma Upsilon LANTHORNE CHAPTER FRANK GRISMER, A.M. EUGENE DENNING Associate Member IIlSfI'llCl'0I' zn Englzsh VAN ELLSWORTH EARL RYAN PAUL SANDERSON FRED EASTMAN CHRIS HANSEN SAMUEL BRYANT ADRIAN FRENCH TOM PITKIN JOHN VANCE FRED MOORE EDWARD PAUL Sigma Upsilon is a national honorary literary fraternity recognizing exceptional ability and interest in literature. Elec- tion is niade on a merit basis entirelyg manuscripts are submitted and those deserving recognition for the value of the work sub- mitted are invited to inelnbership. . 136 .,g i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111 111 1.10 1I'j1 11 1,11 1 11 1 . ,1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 ' 1 1 1 11 1 1 . 111 1I1sh 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 f1 1 1 1 11 1 1 151 '1 1 0 11 rmly Elec- itted 1 Sub' 1 .1 11 1 11 1 111 11 11 1 M1 1 X 1 1 1 1, 11 1 ,gif J U 10 1 11 jf 63405 wah' if 6 34 Jai?-f" rg, A 'nys elim. 16' in 5 . 4' 137 v l L ' Sv IIAROLD PARKER JAMES HINTON FREDA SCHLITT LOZEER CAPLAN FRED COLE 4 -,J 'vo appa A 1922 wi KIUKJ Ol , 1. A w, sp 4x51 'MXN lf' ,RV c. 4. tu, f. , 'T GERALD BAU MAN PAUL HAMPP GEORGE F. VVEBER, Coach P1 Kappa Delta is a national honoraiy forensic trateinltg iecognizing ability and participation in collegiate and mter collegiate debating. Selection of members IS made solely upon their participation and the quality of work done on the debating team. 138 5 , 5 1-an i W N m V I 'f K 1 1 U' Sa :W 1 1, A iffy 15" ilf i it 3 i 1 i ? N if a rf , ' 15 Q X an K su V I N 1 l 52' I Q?- ls Q H Wi lk v 1 3 1 A if gl lf E' i 1!+ I1, i !g5 if W I aM I ii' I' 1, gk 1! iw f iz ? gi mg .if I . I if 1. 11, Vs ii 5' lx 2 1 Q iw I I li I E k 4 f E 5 P 1,2 , LJL Hy f 21593 ffm Q X' "'--V--iff .ff 4-: FQ 139 I I II I I R L S Quill Fraternity AI BERT SPANTON Dean of the College of Liberal Arts RAYMOND PEASE Professor of English FREDERIC EASTMAN, Warden DOROTHY MELL CATHARINE BAILEY ROBERT HARRIIS, Chancellor JAMES HINTON MARY ELIZABETH SAAL DONALD BISHOP VAN ELLSWORTI-I The R L S QuI11 Fraternity 1S an honorary fraternity recog- nizing literary ability 111 students Students who have submitted manuscripts that Warrant SPCCI I1 recognition are elected to If VI ,II I I I 'I 'I I I I I I K, :II III ,I III III II 'I I I II EMI 'I-1I I I Il II I' I II III II5 4, I, I WI II I II:I I , IIII I I'I . I IIII IfII III I I M II III I fi II I III I,I II I IN 2 II I II III IIII III I , II I:I I,. I I' , If III III III III III II I II III IJ BFS: LMI! xiilj II 7 -,NK X A-W. INI I. III III II 'TN NAI I I i, I I II II il QI ,II In V. III II ,I I Il - ,I II II I I ,I I II I I I I I I II II I I III I II. I II III II, III QI I IiI I ' I I I I E I I I I I II II I I I ffj I I II Il II is I I I 1 A, I . It , I, I III I'I IX II I I I I I IJ I J I I I I I I II 1. I VII III .al I: .gi II I gi I III I I. I I I I, III II II III II' IIi II II' III I, Igf I" III I, Ie I IIl 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 ,JI LI IIW -.1-.....-....,.. 4, ..., I , QQ ff" 'IU I-ii-54 .443 ,fv- l 1 1 1 I Chi Delta Phi THORNBUSH CHAPTER 1 925 FRANCES ROTHSCHILD ELEANOR OLBISTEAD C SARAH WILKINSON MARGARE'f SPANTON MARY SCHUMAN DOROTHY SHREVE NAOMI EPSTEIN MARJORIE BARKLEY Chi Delta Phi is a national hono RVTH MCPE.XKI'I NORLIA OLIN RUTH SUPOXVIT DOROTHY CADOEN KATHLEEN MASTERSON DOROTHY KUENZI.I JOSEPHINE VANDEGRIFT MCCLURE rary 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. 142 c-ing :son ork. .ush ...uv 143 If f 1 I Q I A 1 I 3 I I. I J Q i I 1 ,L.2' .-1 I , ,MI I I Phi Epsilon Kappa , I Colors-Black and Gold FOUNDED, INDIANAPOLIS, IND., 1913 NATIONAL ORGANIZATIDN. 13 CHAPTERS Faculty Members PROF. FREDERICK S. SEFTON GEORGE BABCOCK RANDALL YOUNG, President GEORGE WETZEL, Vice-President PHILLIP RIMER, Secretary RICHARD WHITE, Treasurer EARL WRIGHT THEODORE JONES JOHN WYLE WALTER LIPPS EARNEST KREGENOWV Charter Mem JEAN SMITH ROY DAILY Pledges BLAINE WALLACE CARL HOPKINS JOHN DENISON FRANK SEILER EVVING ROBIN bers FRANK WARGO RANDALL YOUNG WILLIAM SULLIVAN PAUL RICKERT CLARENCE DYER WALTER HUFFMAN SON Phi Epsilon Kappa was recently Organized as a physical edu- cation honorary. Its purpose is to recognize those who have excelled in physical education. 144 'I ? I I ,II I II, I I II Ii IfI III Il III ,I I I. I -I II I II II I,ifl,3 WI ILL IILI III II , I. II I I'I II, IIII III, IIL i II II 1 I I I II IM' IIT III, III 1 I , . Ij IIII IW, QI I III If V III IIII Ii, II il I I II Ii I I I I I II I , II I I II II SI Epi xii, . Ng,-N A NX, w xx I M- A ' 4 i W W i Xlklrg 1 FV swim KM lil-I ffw ,5 lfuf V Ulf .W W F E1 me if. ix, Wi :V W 4 1 if J l, U N H 1 ii U E2 Y at ii Q 1 1 ? V N nl: H , wf wa l ,I xl 55 H in Q 4 H 1 I Y H M V 1 P X 1 V H g. 4 l P li 1 Y if JE 12" r 'U NX X 3 ,X AX 'X SYS xv , L L- 5 wil A+ ., V5 5 -Iv' .nn .ar HF .' "I J .Z J s K X, . Q , o wif 'A . 'I X XI: v. X., ., -v ' 9 'li ' 'ar ,I HJ ,iiflrym jr ll ,N 1 l!'lX-Il lill I All layfl ll 5 XQIR 0 l iw Ill I A A JL, A f ' fl l ,, , I 1 1 ' fl ,ri Fl ' Seabbard and Blade I 1 Wifi l'l y f Q I - I 6 ll ! . I 'f br RICHARD SNYDER DAVE ALLEN I I RICHARD QUALTERS LEE SHAFFER JOHN ScoTT RAY SHAFFER HAROLD MILLER HAROLD SPAGHT Scabbard and Blade, a national honorary which recognizes merit in military training, was granted to our local organization, Sigma Pi Sigma, last year. ' 146 .V'r'H' .ww 0 5 ru, VR? Q. L I , N. .pr . A- , ,.,......-,..g-aaa: CS 7 X'--., 4: -W- .xxkfxt - E w 1 iv I o Q1 Hy Lf-K1 ? Wlf N! W5 yi 1 Y F!! A gl la -f J l Q l 3 fi ,ff ,.f Vin? if 45: 147 1 3 1 :I 's 'r 'z 1 w 1 1 , ,.! Delta Sigma Phi HELEN DANNEM1LLER, President LEAH MINNER, Treasurer IRENE SNOOK SARA W1I.K1Ns0N HEI.EN EVERHART VVILMA GLASS Miss STIMMEL EDNA HUNSICKER AUDREY HUBBARD LOUISE HENCKE DOROTHY PECK Honorary Members Miss STINSON Delta Sigma Phi is 21 home economics fraternity and its members are chosen from the students excelling in home economics work. 148 Q ff' ' f 'XT W! W W W 'Il " V V, M '15 I lb if W N L w iz 11 ml 1 Q v Ii N1 N li I U E H il i U ii x yi l si pf rr ii H Yi E 5 il su 1, 'H I ,. M l ll lr M H U M E N . Ei Q 1 z li , sf I. I E. if 1 1 w w l N fm 9 , -vn- X Q-ggi: ,f --O Nut' .-'Y am ,....mof" JY 149 I v I ,,?:1,. I l I IR I . II Ill ' IITI IV I I I I I M ILI , 'IQ ' IT I , , II I 11' 3I: I QIIIII I ,I -II II-"' II- ?!II ,I I "ll I :I OWl's Club I 'lIll'1 l 1923 Ifv. ISI IIIIIIIIMI GEORGE L. HAYES, PH.D. Professor of Education JACQUES BREITENBUCHER5 A.B. Assistant Instructor of Modern Languages E, Il fi E LINCOLN COLE, President ' Fl HOWARD LANSINGER, Vice-Presidezzt BERT KEELER, Secretary I BENJAMIN B. KREISELMAN FRANK SEILER -gl RUSSEL HARRIS OSCAR LIMBACH '5 HOWARD CABTPBELL I III Il I Il III I 5 - . . , , l! M Ik The Owl's Club 1S an honorary 0I'gE111lZ3t1Ol1 1'CCOg111Z11lg IRI I I lg students who have earned thelr way through college l Il Y l ' ' III I!Il l IQ Average above that of school. I ' i -II II II 5 l ,, I III in II . l I , ,M 5.5 'IZQII V II,,Il'I Il: I1 .V I. li' WWI 3' ,. I I I IIIIIEIB IE5 IIQIA I! I III If 2 I Lim WI Nw WI ,fl 'l' l II -III I M IK I Lffffijiiw I fi ' M--WM ' IIN :WI Il' l 3 I I l I ' I X 'iff' fuf' V 1" pf' 4-ff1i"' f , ,El If 7I'I III Ilfg by 'II 7 ll! I II, , III - f I I . II- ' .I. ,I II I li ,. III III IE M Ili! II I lI' A ll IW I I HI I I II' HI If I 41 Ii H. Ii 'I I I I I II! Ii' l ,, gl 5XC v' I .4 I J Q-f -., -- -- --- fx., X V' ' 111-ESX M iw vii ' A 1, . '1 i 1 'K -IX. 1 4- X 1 V 7? 1 I 11' xx' V. -- 111 1 , M1111 fi flfxa 1 311 'HJ ,.,1,, 1! 5-H11 1 ' 1221 1 P151 X1 K '11 . 1, 11 111 fi '1 111g 'Q 11, 1' 1? If W 1 Q1 5 I 1 I ll 1 11 1 1 1 , if 1 1 51 1 M-X 1 11 F1 1? 111 1: K I 1 ' 1 fi I I 7 1 1 1 111 1 1' 1 1' F 1 IE 1 li 2 1 1 ! 1 ' ' A 1 7' '1 Z: YE 1 91 E W 1 "I L 15 1 ?1 . A 1. ' 1' 11 .1 , I 11 5' if fa is 1' qv 11 ' E lg' w 53 W 1 ' ' , 1? I Q 51 11 1 f' 1. I Nav' ! I 11 .aw 15 7 ,, L, 7 if 1 1 A-5' i 1 , ,ff 1 1 1 3 1 E 1 4 1 1 1 11 11 K if 1, .7 lj I1 Q. 1' if ii il ' i EE 1 1 :1 1: ii 1, , 1, . . 1 1 1 1 .11 If il 1 151 111 1 1 1 1 1' 111 1351 51 !11 1 F' 1 1 11 1 1 1 . 4 1 ' 1 2 6 1 1 1 E 11 I 1 5 1 1? 11 1 i1 1 ! 5 1, 1 1 1 t 1 1 ' 1 , F 1 1? V if fi 11 3 T 1 , -H ' ' 1 1 1 ' fjT':ti:'1--T7 "" ff ,, . g ,,g,j,4,,,,,,, .,Q.1L y D --------lil?iiZ."T1iiff:,g53g''ig3121.1'1i1Q.,.Li11LJi.'l-5L.V. ' -W - f --A-- "' ' ff 151 .fn QV Q ', IRR ' A LN, af. Theta Phi I I:-, I III N I If-I 'J 'IIILI PROFESSOR MCJOIN1' Professor of Co-ordination I PROFESSOR MCDERhI0'l' Professor of Commerce and Adlninistration PIONVARD LANSINGER RAY VVILIQNSON MILDREIJ Russel. HAROLD BRrrc1e1 Theta Phi is a national honorary commerce fraternity. Its f members are chosen for their exceptional ability and attain- I ments m commercial work. I 159 I ""M+k,, ., ...,-. I L Tr I r IIIII I , I IQ IMI III I J, I I i I I I II II II 'I II II II II 'ii 22 5I II II I. II II II II II II II II SI II 'I I , I II :I I II . I 'I I 'I I I I It II iI II I I1 II . I E I I I I I I I II II 'I II II I I II I I II .I Ii I .I II II I I I I I I I I II ,I I I I I I 1 I . V ' I I I IM. IIQA Ilxu lim XIQIMA In V131 A W lv Q: L 1 E ll 'P -Il ls 1. v I yi X Laughing Masque 'L . R H A 5436 . All DEAN FRED AYER Faculty Advisor H. SHINN, President P. SANDERSON, Vice-President R. WILKINSON, Secretary-Treasurer J. ALPETER, Member, Board of Directors and Property Manager, 1926 R. HAGENBAUGH, Member, Board of Directors G. KELLOGG, Business Manager J. TAYLOR, Publicity Manager M. LEGGETT, Technical Director J. SCHOCK F. PLACE W. DIERDORF J. CUTLER P. BORDNER R. AUTEN K. DENISON R. VANHYNING R. RASOR F. WITWER C. HANSEN W. LIPPS DON LEONARD B. KREISELMAN C. JENKINS R. QUINE L. TAYLOR Laughing Masque, a inenis Organization recognizing excellence in dramatics, made its debut with the play, "Naughty Ninaf' followed this year by "Tee for TWO? ...LW .., , , . .V,..,-.., L , ......--.......,.........,.- 4 154 ffm" LJ ,f AJ-,.... .-f" ff Q., 'ff' rr Ur lu T12 A1 ll. N5 Vial A., 1 7' '.7"'-' ' ' .3 It .rar . g f .. T'f': J 4. :-U 9 V, f . -sq ' .4 Wi' sg :or f E 5 'Jn --- - 's :N .ki-xx F-'M W, ,..,.w.-,,..--., 1 T ' A',::f,1g .4 WM 27, zu p fd J . N UQ M XM X J gf H 1 vi M W 'a l f ,nl ,M 423 ,ga .H n, i . , if V wi g 4 3 5 . ,. 4 L 4 lay V I 1 , ,,,,,,M-u.m'm.4.W4 W, M , A , L, , Wm- x-M U 5 l'..11f'lffIfIl,f1ffjQQfffIQ,1 Q1ffffQ',ff.ffffQQ,, ,1 i f -M-'AMW iahww -buhw N Mm-mv Hu-mv-Y 1n" ,-,V W , w4-' 1x55 7 '--gin-1 . . ....,. , ' . WIIIII. ' II' IIII Kappa Delta Pi 1925 DR. GEORGE L. HAYES Faculty Advisor e I9 si Elf fn A: - 6 ELIZABETH C. STEIN DOROTHEA DERRIG KARL H. BURNS ROBERT L. ROOSE J. F. MEARIG FRANK B. MILLER IRENE M. GRIFFITHS HARRIET S. HIPKINS ALBERTA VVALTZ ROBERT H. RIMER MARY JANE ROTHROCK LoIs J. HAYES 1 J. V. NAUGLE F. L. SIMMONS MARGUERITE PLACE GLADYS WAI,DKIRCfI DR. GEO. L. HAYES Kappa Delta Pi is a national honorary teachers, fraternity conferring honor on those students of the teacher's profession who have shown themselves to be outstanding in their attain- ments and work. Scholarship is of primary importance in the selection of members. 156 IIIAI IIIII .,,...-..g X I I. ...,.-..,.....,... .,-..-, . .pl', III I If III I'I:I WI I I I I I 'I 4I . . I I I . 'I I I II II III' IE? II II. III III I III II' II I Ii 'II III I I I I . I I I I I I I II 1, I I II I If I M I I '1 . ',M,.. DI D D D X B 5 I I Pi I frulol sity 1 Ccllea Rapp lllh . 1 sion A i mn- 1 the l 'I X ...xi XX? .Mx Aux, X ITI- 1111 QL. 1 Q1 ifxi YAI1, ,111 1l.1 W 'IS MJ I it I I H1 11 Ii 11 I1 I I11 111 M1 1 Il I1 '11 11 '1 1. If I 11 V I1 111 1iLl I 1: I I ii 11 N ' Iii W1 1 I1 11 it 11 1 1 I1 I l' 1 . li li 1 1 I I it Hi R i Hi 1 , 1 I 1 I ,I 11 IM 1 ll 11 11 I, II I1 1 121 Ii il 13 1 11 1 1 li I 1 11 I 15 I 4 if Ui I fff 1 11' YI I I., If 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 I I Qi.- 4... Pi Gamma Mu OHIO ALPHA CHAPTER 1925 y " ' ix 5-. Aix- gurl' ," OX 'YI 5135: ' yy VY St czwij-A ,-I Faculty Members DR. A. B. PLOXVMAN DE.-XN ELIZABETH THOMPSON DR- GEO- L. HAYES DEAN A. I. SPANTON DR. L. W. DAVIS PROF. E. M. MCDERMOTT DR. O. E. OLIN PROF. DON GARDNER ROLLANIJ D. F Ox Alumni Members CLARA BROUSE MRS. CHARLOTTA WILLIAMS ESTHER HOLLINGSWORTH MRS. BLANCHE TWISS MRS. ESTHER FRYE MRS. LYDIA KOLRE MRS. DORA HARPER MAUDE HERNDON INEZ PARSHALL GLAIJYS PARSHALL 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 ex- celled in social science studies. Its aim is to follow Phi Beta Kappa in recognizing Scholarship. 157 . w w Sa 1 ,511 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 11.1 I! 1 1 1 1 . i 5 1 1 1 f 1 11 11 1 - 1 11 ' 1 1 . 1 1 11 .11 1 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 11' 1 1 1 ,aff f ' ,ff 6,,..l1,., 1 J 11 1 1! I 11 ,. 11 11 11 '1 11 Q1 1 1 '1 11 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 11 1 1 1 11 '1 11 11 1 1 1 1 . i 1 .. ,Q "Q 'sw N.. A 1 1s A V271 s 1.71.1 002:37 17: ,ii 1 1-IMNQI flag: 1.4 1,111 ,L 51.511 .161.x1'! '11 ff 111 1' 1 111,1j11 Square and Compass .11 1.15 1' 1511215 5111 Q I Faculty Members 2 1115 1 '1 '111 A 1 H. V. EGBERT H. M. JELLISON 1 X131 1 G. L. HAYES C. B. OLIN 11 if ' B. B. PEASE A 11 1 1 , I i111 .1 E. C. AUTON . G. L. HARDING 1 1 A. P. BEY E. H. HUMMEL, JR. ' 1' 11 G. Y. BRITTON 1 JOHN B. SCOTT 1 1. 1 . ,, 11 J. H. CAMPBELL C. B. SHAEFFER W 1' if 1. L. L. COLE B. N. SHAFER 11 1 11 1 T W 1 X111 51 B. M. DECKER C. E. SMITH , 31' gi 1 W. O. GUILLOD E. M. HOUK 1 jg J. F. PURDY 1 1 11 Square and Compass 1S an Organizatlon made up of all 1 74 3 members of the Masonic Lodgeon the campus. f i1 .1 Ii 11 1 5 --o-- 1 21 . I 1 11 1 - 11 11 1 1 1' 1 44 77 1 1 11 A Honor Key Awards if . E1 1 1 31 1 1 1' 1 1, 1 1 1 Q1 11 1. 1 . g 1 Q X ,N Ii 1 ' ' 11 1 1j 1 1 .- 1. 11 1: 1 11 Fi . ' 1 1 ., 1 1 11 1 11 ' W li , BENJ. B. KREISELMAN HAROLD MILLER 5 I1 ,1 it ' PAUL BORDNER WILLIAM FIRICK L1 3 , MILDRED HOFFMAN LEVI MCDONALD 1 1 FRANCIS ROTHCHILD CARL PFEIFLE ,1 11 RAY SHAFFER U RALPH FAILOR 3' IRENE GRIFFITHS HAROLD THOMAS 11 il jf 11 HAYES JENKINS GENE SMITH ' 1 KENNETH MASON RUTH WALTZ 9 I as as 1, 1 W 1' ' 1 M A keys are awarded to those students who have amassed ,1 ' 1 .' ' - . . . , . . . , V' A If ten honor Points. by their participation In college act1v1t1esg 1, -5.16 points are glven 1n proportion to the value of the activity. It V ' 1 1 1 ' sc . . . , 11 1S an honor to wear an A" key for by lt one 1S recognized as 1 . 31 havlng done somethlng for his Alma Mater. V 1 ' l 2' , 11 1 if 1: 1 1 . 1 lT3IQf.1I,1T1TT""""""""""""c'M"" H-'f--'--'--'M-------f--M-Aw-M-A-.M.--......,' ..-.....-,,,.,,.,,, LLL, A I I M, . - -J, "1 X 1Ij 11 " '""""'1'r-'HUmmm-m-1-WW--Wm-Mmffwm --1111 -am-mm-..-.AA .... MW, .... I. ..... Mi...i..1:.g-.,1:1::,g,p,,..,ggg:-......, S in-A-Lyff,.a.L,L..f,....,,i...-,e.-1.I..-.. . 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Home Economics Club L3 W f W ALYOREE Hl'IiB.-XRD PI't'Sfl1l'I1f EDNA HUNSlCIiEli IRENE SNOOK LEAH MINNER LOUISE HEINIiE HEI,EN D.-kNNE1Nil DOROTHY PECK XVILINIA GLASS HELEN EVERHARD BIABLE HWEINNIAN LLER Student Members AIARGARET HEDLUND FRANCES SXVAN GRACE CONvERSE B1ILDlilED BAUGHMAN NELDA NI.-XR'l'IN XVINII-'RED CROSS ALlilEIi'l'A HUNSICKER IRBIA BURR HELEN FRANK I 219 EMMA SOCRI BIARJOHIE HOOVER NIARGARIYI' GRAVES .IL'L1A KIRN I.1LA ELLSWORTH .IOSEPHINE XVEAV .IAN Nli'l"I'l2 R EEO .IANET HAY GRACE NIOIISIE Bill lil! i i 4 1 I I I 4 . - ,.A 4 4.4--I A 4 l , r P N xi. -41090 -RY' arf' American Association of Mechanical Engine-ers R. J. BROYVN A President ROCKWELL Treasurez' N. NYE ALLEN BATTELS VVHITEMAN BRANNEN ' A. J. YOUNG LELAND FISHER BOE HADFIEI.D 220 DUN , 1 Jmlx .IANIIQD W. ni 515 . -ag, '36 ,-ab-4 W? J JOHN B. ARTER LINCOLN COLE DONALD DLXBION JAMES FUNK XV. O. Gl'lI,I.0D A QQ fi ' 1 3 9 ' ?,"sA an .CCY K .6 . 5. vb' Q . 50 j 7 fr ,KM American Society of Civil Engineers 1926 RAYMOND Pli'l'Rlli Pl'l'Sl'Cll'I1f XV1LL1AM JAVINS S1'r-1'wfcz1'y-T1'msu1'1'1' ROSS C. Dl'liS'l' I'IAHOI,D HOC11 OSCAR LIMIMCII First S1'l'l'PIlll'U-Tl'I'llSlll'l'l' Mem 1101's CAP.L'1'ON I-IIQINKL I'IAIi0I,D HOC11 xX7lI.I,I.-XXI HVFF XVILLIABI JAv1Ns OSCAR LIBIB.-XCII f, 1 1925 is 5 nc? Sponsor 1"l'I'Sl P1'1's1'fI1f11I XVAx'N1a Ll'I:I: LIQONAHO SCuAn1-:Nm-:nfs IDONALD BIILLS li1C11A1m Sxvmin H.fXliliX' BIUSELEY THOMAS S.-Xl"l'lili RAYMOND P1-:'l'1uI2 L. A. T.XYI.0Ii LIi1xOY SC11x1l'r:Kl-inFRANK XVlI,I.I.XNIS 221 S.-ma, .Ng P-'FSO Physus Seminar Q V titty Faculty PROF. HOl7SEHOI.DER MR. DAVIES Student Members RAY BOETTLER President STANLEY SHONDEI, Treasurer WAYNE SPROULL Vice-President LOUIS CAHILL Secretary FREWV P1'rT1NGEH HENRX' NIILDRED THOMPSON 222 III II .I III III III III II I I I I I I I I II II II II II II II II II II I II II II I I II II II II I! 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JAMES PITTINOER Men's Glee Club JOHN Mc:K1NNON P.-XITI, LAVM ,xx S1'lIiliBI.-KN S11l'x1.Exf:11 S. K. XVOR'l'IIliNI K,xRI. FIGENSHER FRANK FORN1-:CK DONALD CARNEY ELLWOOD ZL'IiI.SDOliF 227 Ii IK I I I . I I I 1 I I I I , 5 ' ,iw 5 .I Li fi ij' IMI I I I . I' 2 ' '!, II, ', -. , ,' X X- : H ? , Orchestra ' THOMAS STEVENS GLEN ZINUXIERMAN KATHERINE PFAEE JULIA AVERELL FRANCIS STAEEOIIII DONALD DAVIS LELAND SMITH 2 AIITI-II'II DIJISKIN M.Xlili'l'.-X SCI'III.I,EII MAIIO.AIxI'I'E Hl'DSiDN T LIELBIA LAMIIEIIT MEIILYN HAYES HAIIOLD NELSON CI-IAS. VVINANS l 'xx 1--v 5-15117 H.-tQ"2'5 .K ,.. . .v 1 I 1 - I . ' .'. I 1 pg. 5 vs, . I . . K 1 xx ' 0 A W O-1 R may E11 1,1 wq flk' 27 111 My X553 W Q I 1 11 Y 1 1 Wlipgi W N 1 ls M N11 Iii N1 1 H 1 11 11 H 1 'f rf"-rv'-'-vp. 13 'will-'v1H'1'-.z-C' 11 ., . , . , 11 3 . f . H1 V1 1 11 ' '1 Q 11 l , 1 5 1 I X 1 21 .f Wi MH 1 'hX 1 1 N 1 1 I -,uf . 1 l 1 5 0 IE TY I , K fVlQffCCoruqe, 1, i 11 11 ,f'Qym f"' '1 '1 ' WL? ,gg lf -vs 1 l l l l lf V l ll A Iv lx, li l l. ll ll Nl l. ll! lil .ll lgl fm ll 'l ,l Nl I, ,ll ll.. fl ll I in i. 5, ,. ,l V I, 2 rl' i1 ,1. li l ll .,, 2, My Eli ml lil tilt! 155' ,lgv li, lil Eli' ,l lil PM V Eta !,l iz 5. ll lui all ll, wi' pl .ll li: ill lx' Ml, ll N: l ti l lla , l ll i, , 1. l ll '1 .' li El: li t l Q SENIOR PROM Omicron Delta Kappa Welcome Dance Marvelous music, gay-colored dresses, ice cream suits, excited voices calling greetings across the floor, marked .the student welcome d-ance sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa fraternity, XVi11Ci1 was g1ven.Fr1day, September 18, in honor of the new students. The dance, which was held in the dance pavilion at Springfield Lake, was chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs. Charles Bulger, Dean and Mrs. Albert I. Spanton, Prof. and Mrs. Earl Creecraft, Dr. and Mrs. George F. Zook and Mr. and Mrs. Sefton. This first dance of the season started the social activities of the year. T Freshman Reception Three hundred students filed by members of the faculty, who formed the receiving line, Friday, September 25, in Crouse Gymnasium, when members of the sophomore class held a reception in honor of the fresh- men. Jerome Taylor and Ralph Autin were in charge. This is a semi- annual event during the school year. On entering, the identification cards were handed out. On these cards were names of the various large colleges. Later in the evening groups were formed according to the name of the college on the tags and competition was keen as Johnny Dennison took charge of the sports. George Kellog, of Laughing Masque fame, sang several songs. The party ended in a grand mob scene. Re- freshments were served. i Lance and Helmet Dance The Lance and Helmet honorary fraternity held a dance Saturday, October 3, in Crouse Gymnasium. The dance was in honor of the fresh- man class, and accordingly the decorations were carried out in green. Chaperones were Dr. and Mrs. George F. Zook, Capt. and Mrs. VVilliam L. Tydings, Prof. and Mrs. Charles L. Bulger. Perry Demminff and Ray Wilkinson were in charge of the dance. D - l l I 23ll ft. luthl with lovin Liflh Nlr. l lllfl C lill' .1 Un 2? Hrs. llrx I.. has 3 hifi 4 i'-iii: ill' , -if it ming .lil ll.!x1 x Nm. nf 4 d voices e dance Friday, .ich was oned by mn, Prof. and Mrs. vities of 9 formed ln, whell he fresh' 5 3 semi- ltiflC21l10n 3 var10uS ording i0 lg J0llHny g Masque :enc. Re' Saturday, thc fresh' in green ' 1 5, Willianl lining am Soruomoms DANCE Alumni Dinner for President and Mrs. Zook The formal opening of Homecoming Day for Akron University was held Frlday, October 16, at the University Club, in the form ol' a wel- come dinner and reception in honor ot' President and Mrs. George F. Zook, Mr. -Alfred Herberich, Prof. H. E. Simmons and Prof. Vtlilliam Lloyd Davis, acted as toastmasters at the dinner. Speakers were: Mr. Cooke, who welcomed President Zook in behalf ol' the board ol' directors, Dean Spanton, for the faculty, Mr. Herberich, in behalt' ol' the alumni, and Mr. Charles Seiberling, for the endowment association. On the receiving line were Dean Elizabeth Thompson, President and Mrs. Zook, Dean A. I. Spanton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooke, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Herberich. An orchestra played during the reception. Homecoming Dance To celebrate Homecoming Day and also a football victory, a dance was held in Crouse Gymnasium, Saturday, October 17. Blue and gold streamers were attractively looped from the center ol' the gym to the balcony. Dr. and Mrs. George Zook, Capt. and Mrs. Tydings. and Mr. and Mrs. Hezzleton Simmons chaperoned. The committee in charge of the dance consisted ot' Miss Edith Gray, Herbert Shinn, Perry Dem- ming and John Bunnel. Alpha Gamma Delta Benefit Dance Alpha Gamma Delta sorority held a Bcnetit Dance in Crouse Gym- llZlSllll'll, Saturday, October 24. The proceeds ol' the dance went to the support of a camp at NVolt'e Lake, Jackson, Michigan, which takes care of tubercular children. 2511 PanHellenic Tea Over two hundred women attended the PanHellenic tea, which was held in Crouse Gymnasium, Tuesday afternoon, November 3. Carola Jackson was in charge of the entertainment, which COllS1SlCfl of stunts by the pledges of different sororities and also a musical program. Tea was served and the rest of the afternoon was spent in dancing. .--.. 0-- Faculty Bridge Party A get-together faculty party was held Saturday, November 7, in the VVOIIIGIFS League Rooms. Five tables of progressive bridge were in play. Prof. Lawrence M. McDer1nott was in charge of the affair. Mrs. Charles R. Olin, Miss Edith Gray, Miss Margaret M. Young and Miss Louise Pope assisted in serving. i.,O .. Omicron Delta Kappa Dance One of the biggest student affairs ever staged in the State of Ohio was sponsored by Omicron Delta Kappa honorary fraternity of Akron University, Saturday night, November 21, in the Akron Armory. The dance marked the end of the football season, and six high schools and the University participated in the affair. Each high school had a see- tion which was decorated by them in their school colorsg also each high school and the freshmen of the University put on a stunt. Akron U. Frosh put on a clever musical monologue. The faculties of all the high schools and the University chaperoned the affair. The judges for the best decorations and the best stunts were: Dr. George F. Zook. Dean A. I. Spanton, Mr. H. M. Van Dorn, City Editor of the Times-Press. and Safety Director Lloyd Carter, acting as representative for Mayor Rybolt. i-- O,l. Women's League Parties Late fall flowers decorated the NVoman's City Club, Thursday after- noon, October 1, when the Women's League of Akron University gave a tea in honor of the new freshmen women and Dr. and Mrs. Zook. Miss Mable Rogers, Dean Elizabeth Thompson, Dr. and Mrs. Zook and Miss Sara Wilkinsoli, president of the Womenis League, formed the receiving line. At this time "little sistersu were assigned to upperclass- men. Mrs. Donfred H. Gardner and Miss Margaret M. Young presided at the tea table. A short entertainment, consisting of songs by Pauline Henry, music by Thelma Lambert and readings by Frances Rothchild, was given. The second party given by the Women's League for all the women of Akron University was held Tuesday afternoon, November 24 in Crouse Gymnasium. The party was sponsored by women of the Senior class. Stunts were given by the Seniors, and luncheon was served after- wards. Frances Osbourne, assisted by Leah Minner and Madge Wlllg3l1l, was in charge of arrangements. 232 N " flllfll duwvf ll l1.ll Illllfl' ,Hp ul lil' Ili. l"f'am llllllfl Alix .ln fi Wall- lllllllz girls. 'fli- trun- Gym Laila: lilim. Fri-nt lil Ch. .lollll lrlul lllt'lI' llaur 1 t 1 ' iitlit .41 :li wq A cS Carola ' stunts I- Tea in the 1 vere in affair. Hg and . 1 1 if Ohio ' Akron y. The ols and l a sec- so each Akron A all the lges for P, Zook, as-PresS, 7 Mayor ly after' ,ity g2tV6 'S' Z00li. ook and med the peI'C135S' pI'6Slfl9d Pauline t . WOIHCU ar 241 .ln l lc Senior A . 1 after' fcylaflge Z 'fIIQ1iff "lff'Q'f Women's League Christmas Party .Seventy-five children were entertained at the annual Christmas partv , . given by the NVomen s League, Thursday, December 17. lled and green decorations and the Christmas tree gave the real holiday appearance to the Gymnasium. Games were provided throughout the afternoon until Santa Clans made his visit, alter which refreshments were served. Freshman Reception The Women,s League Reception for the mid-year Freshmen was held at the W01l13l1,S City Club, Thursday, December 17. Dean Elizabeth Thompson, Mrs. Barnhart, Sara Xhlilkinson and Edith Frazer iormed the receiving line. "Little Sisters" were assigned to upperclassmen. Miss Mable Rogers and Miss Margaret Reed assisted at the tea table. An entertainment, consisting of music by Helen Crawford and Hally Waller, and a musical stunt by Fern Brensinger, Josephine Stover and Catherine Ptedinger, was given. The party was sponsored by the Junior girls. Gertrude Carson and Edith Frazer were in charge. -..mom Christmas Informal The Christmas Informal Dance held Saturday, December 19, at the Crouse Gymnasium, was the second informal ol' the school year. The Gym was decorated with intermingling colors ol' red and green, while Latta's Orchestra played for the dancing until 11:30 o'clock. Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson and Mr. Jacque Breitenbucher, instructor in French and German, were chaperones for the evening. The committee in charge of the dance consisted ot' Herbert Shinn, Perry Demming and John Bunnel. .....YOm. The Senior Prom. Alternate streamers of gold and blue extending from the balcony ol' the Firestone Club House to a huge desk on which was a silver and blue '26 intermingled college and class spirit, when the Seniors gave their Animal Prom, Monday evening, February 1. Faculty members and Miss Velma Pomeroy and Mr. ltaymond Shaller formed the receiving line. At 11:30, Dean Elizabeth Thompson and Mr. Shaffer led the Grand Mal-Ch Folloyvjng the march, supper was served in the dining room. Later in the evening, Prof. Donfred Gardner led dancing in a Paul 1 - --f--.-,,..-,..-,.,,,, MDM +........,.....,,......-..e,, 0 1 3 l '1""1vS 1 y . 1 K 1 fi t ,f 4,1 1 l, 1" at t 1 Jones. Among the guests were: President and Mrs. Zook, Dean and Mrs. Spanton, Prof. and Mrs. G. L. Hays, Prof. and Mrs. Gardner, and Dean Thompson. Herbert Shinn headed the committee in charge and was assisted by Miss Velma Pomeroy, Mr. Howard Lansinger and Mr. Jack Keppler. About 100 couples attended. The Wyant-Carney's Orchestra played. 1-.Oli Military Ball The third annual Military Ball was held Friday, December 11, at Crouse Gymnasium, which was decorated as an arsenal. The affair was sponsored by the local chapter of the Scabbard and Blade National Honorary fraternity. , Dancing and pledging of new members featured the evening. . Sophomore Dance Crouse Gymnasium was gaily decorated in scarlet and gray streamers, Saturday, January 16, when the Sophomores honored the Seniors with a dance. President and Mrs. Zook, Prof. and Mrs. Creecraft, and Prof. and Mrs. Bulger were chaperones. Sam Bryant was in charge. t DANCE C0lV1Ml'l"l'EE 234 ":ig,.,-,, . ,-...- M..- . T...7s,, I x.1 , " X1-4 in .... 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Unit V R 5 W W i i 1 , i i N A A W i A 1 i . 1 . i M 1 5 i 1 ' . M f A -- E i CAPT. TYDINGS LIEUT. BRODERICK LnzU'r. GREGORY SIQROT. M12'r2:GER i i Instructor in Assistant Instructor Ass.stant Instructor Assistant Instructor A Q Military Science in Military Science 1'n Military Science in Military Science i 1 1 Q . 1 4 Q w ' 2 I ' I , i A J , BATTALION ORGANIZATION 4 P A - n o u 4 Municipal University of Akron 1 BATTALION STAFF Battalion Commander it t LIEUT. COLONEL RAY VV. SHAFFEH Q A E.I'CC'Llll'lI0 Officer Adjutant Q A 1 CAPT. JAMES CUTLER SEROT. MAJOR WM. D. MCCOLLUM it l , i Color Sergeants f i i VVM. B. HUFF DONALD CAnN1cx' I gi i . IE I 'E 3 236 gs. V45- . .J E2-f-'B E frifj K . 1 V ' I I 4 E u J i f yi! -xjf, , X 7. BIETZGEH nt Instruclor Fury Science ,l,l'BI ff F , , f-, ' ---' 'W--1 Y -' "W WW' " - ha f' -, "--..,,x SN- '1 . V . I II III HW I MII , . AJI .III If .Zi X I I i 1 I III If Ji II if I, If ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Fl .L . L. I . BORDNER BOYER BISHOP DOBKIN ELLSVVORTH KRILL KONDRITZER MILLER RUTTMAN Company "A" Captains JOHN B. SCOTT RALPH E. R.-XSOH First Lieutenants CHAS. F. COUP N. C. GRESHAM H. G. MOTE Second Liezztenants R. E. BITTEIK P. T. DEBIMING R. B. FONTAINE First Sergeant E. FIGENSCHER S ergeants JACOBS GILLELANII LEONARD C Orporals WILLIAMS VINEZ ALDEN TAYLOR Cadets SAFREED YOUNG BALDXVIN DYER HARTLINE HERIXICK J USSELL IQEPLER KLINE KRILL, A PARKER SKEESE SLOOP SMITH NVAINER NVALLACE VVETZEL VV INER I L - 239 Y-, I I I 1 . I I . I I ,.. I I III I I I I .-,.. .- -- Q ..,..- KW, V ,WW 0l'Z - ,f"" .-,.,.-N , " ' - x.,.,,,xf cv' il - 4 4. X 2 1 Z --r fr-I-"r-' T Whtkl XVI Company "B" .LI CfIplc1I'IIs H. L. Mll.I.Eli JOE A. SCIIOCI-I First Ll.C'llfPllCllIfS I L- B- JOHNSON H. M. DI-:I:RIiII F. B. SEII.IaR Second Ll'0llf0IlClIlfS I D. M. TALLEY J. O. NIll.l.liN C. E. JENKINS C. E. ROISISON W' I- LUTZ CLYIIE ROSS VV. C. 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C5 ': 1 4 'wx f ' A W Iff , f?Ng' ' 1 1 1 1 f I 1 U x ISE H' 1 1 4' 1 AD I I Q 1 'ly' -FRENCHQ ' 1 - 1 ,, Nl, 1 1 1 1,1 1 I 1 1 'r '1 . I 1 1 ' ,f I ' X l lwll I Tree Day Program May 29, 1925 I. Asselnbly Exercises in CFOUSC Gym Selection Alma Mater Scripture Reading Tree Song Tree Day Reminiscences College Song Announcements March Spring Song Canopy of Flowers Flower Dance Processional March Procession of May Queen Pages Flower Girls Crown Bearer Crowner May Queen Attendants Crowning Ceremony Long Live the Queen Fairy Queen Fairy Revelry Court Scene Dedication of Freshman Tree Whistler II. A May Fete University Orchestra PROE. O. E. OLIN MR. JOHN KENNEDY University Orchestra Glee Club Sophomore Gym Class Various Gym Classes Combined Glee Clubs DOROTHY CADDEN LIILDRED HOFFMAN Glee Clubs Pauline Henry Various Gym Classes EARL GILLELAND RUTH CRANKSHAXV Clowns E BOXVMAN, THOMAS, PATTERSON, LEONARD Minuet Song Girls' Glee Club Minuet Dance Coming Through the Rye Girls' Glee Club DHHCC tP21Ht0miH19l Play and Games Class May Pole Dance Various Gym Classes SCIGCUOI1 University Band III. Review of Cadet Corps Inspection by War Department Representative Installation of Sponsors Pledging to Military Honor Fraternity Presentation of Awards for Merit Afternoon Program Inter-class Track Meet at 2:30 P. M. at Buchtel Field ..i0T. Tree Day Banquet First Congregational Church East Market and Union Streets Toastmaster Freshman Speaker Sophomore Speaker Junior Speaker Senior Speaker Engineer Speaker Faculty Speaker 6:00 P. M. 248 PRESIDENT ISZOLBE ARTHUR KLINE JOHN THOMAS HAROLD REITER ADIB KARAM ROSS WILSON DR. W. L. DAVIS 'lleslx-3 3- OLIN 3NNEDx' ehestra 99 Club m Class Classes be Clubs CADDEN loemux lee Clubs le Henry u Classes k1LLE1.aND xxxsx-uw l.EoNAP.D Glee Club Glee Club mes Class m Classes sity Band 'FST lioum mu KLINE rv THOMAS ,ULD HEITILE f s mm MHA . ,ss XVILSUN X. I DAVIS 4. . l as Sl C' xv , ll -a ,gl .,..-. . ,K 'wus-1: Q.fg"'WW Lf'-'senses'-N-W-Nuys-an--..w11e C C be ,C Q U-.Y FFP ' , N,-BP .10 I -IIP, t S C5 1 Z ' 5 ' 33 31- A Q ' b x 'ie " 'L g-I ' -. C A A gf 31... 2, ' "fi 4-Q1 '1 f s 277 ,e . C , C Q - C-we , l si 3 ' A-'gg , i -' if I 4 1 l 'IX r 1 1 sys assi e ' s s 1 fi? W J gi. lb X Q W' YLQF' 7' Q' I 7 E453 is O 4 1 . sz, ll l 4 v '2"Tw 'S fmwull l Zyp- 1, l 4. l 'l 1 4 Q 1 I T il 4 'l l l 1 , J, L l ,4 gf""v-.X is-y l i l l I l 'ffsQ eeeeee We-, C130 041, I ! Municipal University of Akron Founderls Day Celebrated by the Inaugu DR. G. F. Zooli THE INAUGURAL PRO ration oi' GRAM 10:00 A. M., Assembly of Delegates and Faculty at Buchtel Hall. 10:15 A. M., Academic Procession. 10:30 A. M., Program, MR. FRANCIS M. Cooiilz, Chairman of thc Board ot' Directors, Presiding. Orchestra Invocation, REVEREND XVILBUR V. M.1.LI.AI.II3L', D. D. Address, PROFI2ssoIz O. E. OLIN, LL. D. Orchestra Induction of the President, MP.. FRANCIS M. CI Address, PRESIDENT GEIIRGE F. Zooli, PH. D. Alma Mater Benediction, REVEREND GEIIIIGE C. BANER, B. D moms, A. B. fjjig 17 , .., .-Y... I -I I I l I E I I I I I . ff MIALM'-S Y I -,..-,,, I I IX'-I I t filet III III I I Il . I i i'I' K 'IIII I I,I.g I I. Nil Ill 93 II-II I rw pl 'Lvl I! ' ' 1' I 2 tl I I - I II I I . 'I I ll I- I il I .,, li I I f i E ' AI it I , I I I 'I I, I A I f ' II l Q I ! 5 I I .1 ' I' I I It It l ' ii, 'II 'I I ' , I I I , rl. I l,I I Q Id l. V Q, II I , In , . at ' II . W II. . .1 I l" P' I I I N- I gi N. I , I In . 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MONDAY, 14-Was up to the University today and registered. ing of swell Janes, the campus was full of them. Dra me I all , 1 c 1 over the ste is in front of Buchtel Hall and the Library. I can tell from here that l'm suri: fro- ing to strut my stuff this year. U And, speak- TUESDAY, 15-Went up to the University again today. Is the registration. The campus. is full of good-looking girls. A lot of lllfln, 100- ,Saw 3 gfeflt, blg, good-looking fellow strutting around with the girls swarming around him like flies. Someone said it Miller, the basketball captain. Hels a lucky dog. final day of them fresh- the campus, was "Slats" WEDNESDAY, 16-Classes started this morning. I'm now a UNIVERSITY STUDENT. I couldn,t find where my classes were. But I guess it didn't make any difference as no one else seemed to be going to class either. Had assembly in the old gym. President Zook talked. I think I'm going to like him. XVe're both in the same boat, he's just new up there, too. THURSDAY, 17-I saw my future wife today! She is a freshie, too. Sl1e's a dream. I passed her out on the walk and when she turned those big brown eyes on me I tingled all over. The most perfect head of dark brown Ihair cut in a straight bob that curls down over her face and sets off her pink and white complexion to a tee. And build-say, boy, her clothes are wonderful. I haven't found out her name yet, but I will. Found my classes today and the profs as- signed our lessons. FRIDAY, 18-I found out what the ONLY girl's name was. It's Dottie. Didn't get to meet her, but I will. Had -our first chapel in Central. Was too warm to go to school, but I went anyway. Thought I might get to meet Dottie. The O. D. K. gave a welcome dance out at Springfield Lake tonight, but I didn't go. After one look at Dottie, I couldn't bear to go with a mere girl again. So I stayed home and thought of Dottie. SATURDAY, 19-Didn't see Dottie at all today. She must not have any Sat- urday classes. Members of the football team limping around the campus. I guess I'll have to be an athlete. MONDAY, 21-Went to R. O. T. C. today. I know I'M not going to like it. I hate to wear that uniform. It doesnlt show off my shape at all. I know Dottie wouldn't like me if she saw me in it. TUESDAY, 22-The BUCHTELITE, the school paper, came out today. There was a fellow out in front of Buchtel Hall selling them. Dottie went up the steps just in front of me. She bought one from him and paid h11n two cents. I handed him two cents but he said it was five to me. I wanted to know why and he said it was because the man that printed the papers liked girls better than he did boys. Dottie looked at me and laughed. Gee, I felt cheap. WEDNESDAY, 23-Found out that the Buchtelites aren't sold, they are given away. No wonder everyone laughed when we bought them. Found out that the fellow selling them was "Sandy,' Sanderson. He runs the second-hand book store. THURSDAY, 24-Frosh election today. Gee, I would like to be made presi- dent. Then I,ll bet I could make Dottie pay some attention to me. Haven.: been able to get a knock-down to her yet, but sheuis to be my futtplcl wlilte the same. Oh, gosh, we're gonna have to wear a little green cap. 1 N ist' t Illd, ig me 100k ayvful yvith my red hair. Thereis a bunch of other ru es 1.1 me 1 made to live up to also. 901 1 .1 ....c:--rf... in 1 1 C1 11 1 1 8 1 .1 J Y! fn I I 1 11 1 i .1 n I 1 1 1 1 1 i P 11 1 1 1 I P 4 ul I 1 1 FRIDAY, 25-I met her. It was at the freshmen XVCICOIIIC mixer in the gym, Everyone was introduced to everyone else and when In was introduced to Dottie I had to keep my mouth shut to keep my heart from jumping out. There was a gang of fellows hanging around her, but I soon cut them out. Made a date with her for the Lance and Helmet dance next Saturday. Was sure a big day all around. Had a big cheer meeting and escorted the team to the station on its way to Wittenburg. Have to start obeying the freshmen rules and wear our green caps. SATURDAY, 26--Some of the frosh fellows put a green flag up on top of the flagpole. The sophs had an awful time getting it down. There wasn't very many frosh around when they did get it down so we didnlt have a gang fight. But just wait, welll show them a thing or two yet. Just heard that the team lost at Springfield. Worse luck, Ray Shaffer, one of the ends and president of the senior class, had his hand broken. MONDAY, 28-We showed the sophs a thing or two today. A gang of frosh have organized and call themselves the "Wreckers.,' They had another green flag up on the pole this morning and the pole so greased that no one could climb it. Photographers were up from the city papers to get pictures of the doings. A little fight started when a couple of frosh started down the front steps, but President Zook stopped it before I could show the sophomore class just how good a fighter I really was. Got my football uniform tonight. Guess if I make a big name for myself in athletics like Gene Smith then I can make a hit with Dottie. TUESDAY, 29-Not so good today. We had to pay for steeplejacks to come and clean the grease off the flagpole. WEDNESDAY, 30-Took a subscription to the Acheronic today. Edith Frazer stopped me and coaxed so hard that I couldn't refuse her. Ladies are my one vital spot. Good joke today-Bob Hagenbaugh, one of the campus celebrities, made a grave mistake and hugged the wrong girl in the lower hall. It didn't seem to worry him a bit, though. October THURSDAY, 1-Plenty of battles between the frosh and sophs today. Got in some good cracks myself. Women's League gave a party for the freshmen girls at the Woman's City Club. Bought a necktie and handkerchief to match my green hat. Know Dottie will like them. A FRIDAY, 2-Mayor Rybolt spoke in chapel today. Walked back and forth with Dottie. Everything set for the dance tomorrow night. I can hardly wait. SATURDAY, 3-Oh, boy, what a girl! Went to the Lance and Helmet dance atthe gym. Sure had a dandy IIIHC. Am going to borrow 1ny fatherls car and d,I'1V6 her down to Wesleyan next Saturday. It's migration day. TUESDAY, 6-Coach Sefton has our frosh football team in good shape. We are going to play the varsity tomorrow. Then Iill be able to show them how much I know about football. Going to have some migration to Wesleyan, Saturday. WEDNESDAY, 7-Oh, I'm so sore that I C2111 hardly sit up to write this. Every- one on the team tried to kill 1ne. Oh, my leg! I think I'll have to quit football. I'm too good in debating, dramatics and singing to waste myself on athletics, anyway. THURSDAY, 8-We put it over on the sophs again today. The Wreckers tied a string of green balloons filled with gas to the top of the flagpole. The sophs were just running around in rings until Ralph Brown came along. One of the frosh cut the rope before they reached the ground and the balloons sailed off into space. l A ,l . 258 'K yltllml. mt., HAD ll' , . I . filxi up fpf ll! . ml til' ! lnlll 'U' bali mmlll allvllll lil" ' fl 1 , 1 ul- wits- ' l'l'l-NN . el . 1r1glf""'f " ill.f1"i tYlIllXll' my li!lICl.1'f' llkt- llzf " was ilu' yi fltlglltl. an rilzgj --f Ili lvdfl.. X sccxns Sf- rm Sill lil! thc tina- -if ltr 1. In lltvllilft' .sfzli WIND Xl what it EN ft Sltlllt-1-nr aa? ll'l':llXfQx one-. like I tht- rm! Tlllflixln Hun l"4l.xX IUFIQ. if a M Flilflljn liarnlq, ggwl Elfls will gd' mlflm gmt! ln- ga , llllx jx up and gl qua un- is-B: D Tltlxl . hull-lu,-L ,Ax I-'ml ll4ni.i, . T"l'lzmi mlflttljhd l kllhun .WT of V 1' ia. 11I.'lzl"'+N-.-, .XX . Il the gym d to Dottie ,ltgf There was 'tty lade 9 date M e 3 big day Station gn I at Hd wear our tl l tl it P on top of I waslft very 21 Sang ight. I tt at the team it presidentof 'tt l gang of frosh t t another green t no one could t ictures of the 1 own the front 1 t phomore class It l lt ll onight. Guess 1 en I can make ,1 l ejacks to come y. Edith Frazer lies are my. one ipus celebrities, hall. It didtft phs today. Got or the freshmen erchief to match l back and f01'lh can hardly Walt' d Helmet dance i1father'S Car and ay- T llape' lf golpgj them hoo t S all . WeSlCl' ' ion to . ' Evert" write thlstootball V6 to quit th1etiC51 lyS6 lfolla k6I'5 tl" The viitgecirhe the flagpo i Olle tf2z.".1t.i.L0ft.ae il 5 t . 1 I . . gg-ht W.- FRIDAY, 9- ' f . , f- IHOHGY out of llybcoiiieenxsl Itedgile tag day., .lhese women are always getting of selectin Student tl ll 29' in ell Ofitlie Lniversity voted to adopt the method g a 1 etic managers by a committ ' ' - - - cc. Sch 5 1 up tor migration day tomorrow. D 001 is getting pcpptd buifxiqggigfaxigrggodab' Migtzltion Day. Over half the school was there. ld Irlul 1 YV311- Nerytlung from a wheelbarrow to a coal truck that wou lc peop e was used tor transportation. XYe passed manv ot' them along the road that had died under the strain of the trip Cillv mr sit t t' - . - I ,1 esten o 'Elle SOPIIS, had his nose broken in the game. Dottie said she had a dandy time. . TUESDAY, 13-Some darn fools burned up the freshmen ballots in the vot- 1n booth and noi tl 1 1 1 Y. - Mg . v ie e ectlon vt 1ll haxe to be held all over affam. I wonder if I got the presidency. The R. L. S. Quill Club held its banqtast tonight. WEDNESDAY, 14-Gee, I felt cheap today It was Knickcr D-1 ' and I wore my knickers. Only about three other fellows .in the lUniversity dill? And I look like tlge Xlslde of OX 1n knickers anyway. But Eddie DeSure is the bov that was t e Jo e ln short pants. There was the true reason why girls leave home. FRIDAY,.16-The Wreckers pulled the best one yet last night. Thcv hung an effigy of the sophomore class to the flagpole with a big yellow streak down 1tS back. Very true to life. I don't know what it's all about, but everyone seems to be calling '6Slats,' Miller, Daniel VVebster the Second. SATURDAY, 17-Homecoming Day, and some day it was. Dottie and I had the time of our lives. Over 5,000 students and old grads saw us "smearcasc" 14 to 7. The Wreckers had green paint smeared all over the town. Had a big bonfire and then went to the Informal at the gym. All the frats had open house. MONDAY, 19-Six weeks' quizzes opened today. Gee, I feel shaky. That's what it is to be in love. You don't have time to study. I should have picked someone who could do my work for me-that's what Bill Bordner did. WEDNESDAY, 21-Sorority girls beginning to make life miserable for every- one. The Tel-Buch subscription campaign started today. Frosh smeared up the roof of Curtis Cottage with green paint. THURSDAY, 22-Tel-Buch had a balloon suspended over the root' ol' Buchtel Hall today. Sophs and Frosh had a neat little battle at the flagpole. .lust my luck, I was in class at the time. FRIDAY, 23-Finished my exams today. VVonder if I passed any ol' them. Harold Cockran elected president of the freshmen class. Now I suppose all the girls will fall for him. Some of them already have. SATURDAY, 24-Fordham beat us in a sea of mud. Dottie went to the dance given by the Alpha Gamma Delta at Sefton's Barn. MONDAY 26-Grades up today. I only flunked one course.. I'll have to go up and see Dean Spanton about it. Have to think up a good line betlore I go. The 10 students from the Con re ational Church that went to XVaslnngton to l . S S sing are back ln classes. TUESDAY 27-I wonder why it is that Helen Swanson can't ever make an 8 o'clock on time. Gee, with her looks and my brains I'd never come to class. Even Daddy Olin calls her '6Gloria.,' - t C li , drawn up by the committee, was adrlollgltleifll SgtudCei'ictieCCoi1r?ciil.r Siibqgzdsbn now for Akron to be UUE' IUUQCI' known as a town of poor sp0I"fS. 259 AY 30 Ol h t I til I If I d011't get pneumonia and die l'll say it wdlspldige big day. Flrosh wbdn the annualkscrap, 4 to The.Sophs didn't have a look-in. Talk about mud. The block rush was like a pig wallow. I had every stitch of clothing pulled oil' me, but I didnt care-I was covered with mud. SATURDAY, 31-No more green hats, no more walking up the driveway. We're the boss now. Baldwin-Wallace beat us, 6-0, in a poor game. All the frats had some kind of Halloweien celebration. November MONDAY, 2-Men's rifle team beat Boston' Heights. Rain, rain, dreary and sloppy. Earl Ryanis new slicker sure came in handy. TUESDAY, 3-Donnie, 'the Demon Candy Vendor-that's what they call him. He must be as sweet as the candy he sells-judging from. the crowd of girls always hanging around in the book store-when the boss isnt there. WEDNESDAY, 4-Made up with Dottie today. She said that.Fred didn't have the "snap', I did, anyway. Howard Cramer elected president of the Student Council. I wonder why they don't put me on it? THURSDAY, 5-Biology Club elects Don Leonard president.. I'll bet it was ,the girls that hang around the candy store that put that election through. FRIDAY, 6-Judge Boylan and Joe Thomas both spoke in chapel today. The co-eds studying and the men snoring made so much noise that I couldn't hear what they said. SATURDAY, 7-Lost to St. Xavier. Guess Kregenow and Schoch played some game, though. MONDAY, 9-Sorority girls out after Tel-Buch subscriptions again. Millie Hoffman has tackled me so often that I subscribed just to get rid of her. And they call this a free country. THURSDAY, 12-I never saw anyone that could collect and distribute scandal like Ruth McPeake and Adrian French can. They know all about everything that happens whether it ever does or not. FRIDAY, 13-Friday the thirteenth-whoever it was that put the pepper in the blower sure did a good job of it. I think it was the freshmen Wreckers who changed the signs all around over the doors in Buchtel Hall. Pep meet- ing for the Wooster game. SATURDAY, 15-Well, Wooster, Akron U's old rival, won. Was a wonderful day for a football game and a wonderful crowd for a football game, but that's all you can say for it. MONDAY, 16-A good one on Chryl Short-she lost her slipper getting on a Spicer car. "Here's the shoe," called a deep voice. She closed her eyes and stuck out her foot.. "Aw, put it on yourselff, said Millie Hoffman as she put the shoe she had picked up back into the hands of Chryl. TUESDAY, 17fThe sorority girls that are participating in the Tel-Buch sales campaign had their pictures taken in front of the library this noon for the Bea- con Journal. Such a mess I never saw. They were harder to herd than a flock of slpeep. Always discovering a shiny spot on their nose or a lock of hair out o p ace. Q WEDNESDAY, 13-The 0. D. K. is going to put on the social athletic mixer at the Armory, Saturday, and the usual rivalry between the Lance and Helmet and the O. D. K. is running high, particularly between Gene Denning and Slats Miller Cat meal timeb. ,..,.,.-1 -v--1--.,. I I I III II I I I I II I l I I I I 1 II I I 35 I II I2 II I I I I I II II I II I ' I I I , I I I I I 'I IZ I! II a I I I I III I, I 'Y .I-vii.. .IJ V.. . .... I 260 I,-A' r, , , , ,M-Q., 5 ff ' 5" - 10,0 .Hi Wr I. III' If' "' SATIIIII IIOIIII' and Thu-f 135 WpXjI.l Tallmzulf' N, 5 Ship GUI TUQSIM :JI an. my nhl TIINSII day svlwn I 53TlL'Itll Heinlffiinl woulda! If XIIIXIHI Juniors in TIILYIM me-n df-If-all IYI'IllXI'l! versity. I- dmmui Ib' FIIIINI. IOOIIPII I4 If SATIIIII lion In PN-. tonight 13. Thru' cum MI IXIM' with Ihr 1, Smut- lime, TIESIM bimqlh IMI WIEIIXI-Q Will- Inf anim Jllhnnii, Ml sm-, , Ilulijl. ix IIRUIQI i' ?f:IIIIq,lii.gi ul-tum. XIII ' . Wmili III' ' Ilmlzfiihl aw' 1 k I Fix., X X. -xxx 4- ,Q lill say it hs didnat l '2lll0W. I S C0Vered l driveway' B- All the dreary and . they call e crowd of tthere. Fred didn't dent of the l bet it was farough. today. The ouldnit hear ioch played gain. Millie of her. And ibute scandal it everything 1 Q per in laid IilVIieckerS 1' Pep meet- S a wonderflil me, but tl121tS tr on a hir eyes ei an as she pu les Tel-Buch Sa . in fof thefitifk rd than 3. It JC k of hair 01 . mixel' athletlclrlelnlel. d Ecibggniflg and .f-' ,f ,,.-- ,X ,. ' Aff FRIDSVY, 20-Vve Frosh held fl C3P'hUI'l1iI1g Ceremony 'it Buehtel Field to iht. eh' ' ' - . '- . ' ' I1 g dd cl big fire and everyone threw in his cap or firmb-ind And I Want to tell YOU that Dottie and I had a good time over there in tht: dark. Dfif3ZEE1C?i5xEl:e?iTAl51'o16U lost its last game of th-e season to Kenyon, 30 to 0. Tl H t b- to ie . D. K. Social-Athletic Mixer at the Armorv tonight. ICN? V615 00 lg cl Crowd to dance, but we had a dandy time anyway. K MONDAY, 22-Some feed. Interfraternity banquet at Community House Tallmadge. President Zook and Dean S - t ' 1 . -- " . .. . Ship Cup was Presented to Lone Stars. p in on mac e good talks. lhc scholar- 9 f TIIIJEISDAY, '23-It was announced today that Doc NVargo will be next year's oo a cap a1n. Should have a good team. Cunningham, Sehoch and Smith are the only regulars that won't be back. THURSDAY, 26-THANKSGIVING DAY. As Bill Bordner says: "The day when I get the neck and father gets the bill." SATURDAY, 28-The Sophs beat us Frosh in the annual football game. Heinzerlmg grabbed a pass and made the only score ot' the game. I'll bet they wouldn't have beat us if I had been in the game. K MONDAY, 30-The Seniors beat the Sophs and the Frosh defeated the Juniors in the first round of the interclass basketball games today. December TUESDAY, 1-Everyone's eye turned on the interclass series. The Fresh- men defeated the Seniors and the Juniors the Sophs in today's games. WEDNESDAY, 2-Hooray!-the Frosh are interclass champions of the Uni- versity. You can,t hold our gang down. VVe beat the Sophs and the Seniors downed the Juniors. FRIDAY, 4-Glee Clubs strutted their stuff in chapel. Paton Edwards car- tooned a few for the benefit of the students. SATURDAY, 5-Lots of news today. Coach Coleman presented his resigna- tion to President Zook. The literary organizations' Bargain Dance at the gym tonight was the first bargain sale that I ever saw that didn't have a mob there. There even was plenty of room to do the Charleston. MONDAY, 7-Coach Sefton came back from the Ohio .Conference Meeting with the best football schedule for next year that the University has had tor some time. TUESDAY, 8-The R. L. S. Quill Club. initiated the eight new members and banqueted them at Curtis Cottage this evening. WEDNESDAY, 9-Freddie Cole, freslnnan debater, passed the preliminary exams for a West Point appointment. FRIDAY, 11-Major Philpot gave a dandy talk in assembly. Gillie and Johnnie McKinnon were made members of O. D. K. SATURDAY, 12-Dottie and I took in the Military Ball at,Sefton's Barn. Dottie is always willing to go any place that costs money. Don t suppose she s a gold digger, do you? Just because Fred Eastman was made lJ,1'CSlCl6I'li ol the Dramatic Club, he seemed to think the University girls werent good enough for him. MONDAY, 14-Miss Rena Finley resigns her post as Librarian of the Uni- versity. Miss Cushman will take her place. - - - . '- '- z '. He is very TUESDAY, 1' -Slat Miller Got h1s new front false teeth tod If ' ' proud of them.J He fissgoing ZIITOUIICI showing all the girls how pretty they ale. i . I t v ft it ,. it t QI 1 i , I . o ' r 1 ty tr tt 2 l "r I 1 t , 1 1 . t 1 , . l . I l 1 . s l I . lat 1 ..t Q!! lt ..! t I t t X t I 1 . v V ilii 'a a tl It r t 261 t WEDNESDAY 16-Complete staff for the '26 Tcl-Buch was announced to- day. From the fiormidable aggregation "Bords', has lined up, I should get my 345 worth. FRIDAY 18-Football banquet at Young's tonight. .Harry Mahoney, man- ager of the team, says that if they could have played football as well as they cleaned up that table we would have had a more successful season than we did. SATURDAY, 19-Herb, Perry and Johnny tthink l'm not getting acquainted up here-I'm calling all the big boys in the school by their firstnames nowj staged their Christmas informal tonight. Everyone had a good time, even the boys that put it on. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS-Dances, parties, dates and everything. I had so much to do that I just didn't have time to keep this dlalry up. .Well, all I could have put down anyway would have been Dottie, Dottie, Dottie. January MONDAY, 4-First day after vacation. That's a story in itself. Everyone standing around in little groups telling everyone else what their best girl and fellow brought them for Xmas. And all the campus sheiks describing all the hot dates they had with out-of-town girls over the vacation. TUESDAY, 5-I wish 1ny affair with Dottie was progressing as well as the Bryant-Metzger combination. THURSDAY, 7-The basketball team left for its first trip of the year. Cincy is the first stop. I would have gone along if it hadn't been so near the end of the selnester. FRIDAY, 8-Basketball team lost to University of Cincinnati. Girls' inter- class basketball series started. SATURDAY, 9-Revenge is sweet. NVe sure made up for the defeat Ken- ygn lgiided us in the last football game of the season. XVe walloped them, to . MONDAY, IT-Acheronic out today. Frances Rothschild, Dot Shreve, Earl Ryan and Chris. Hanson are sure struttin' their stuff. Coach Scftonls hoop chasers took Heidelberg into camp, 26-12, at Goodyear. TUESDAY, 12-ZIPFERS was selected as the otlicial nickname for the ath- let1c teams of the Unlversity. And Zip they must have. VXIEDNESDAY, 13-Phi Delts put on an interfraternity mixer. Juniors and Seniors ot all frats were invited. FRIDAY, 15-Margaret Hamlin, a freshman girl, was presented with the S10 prize for suggesting the name "Z1ppers,' for the University athletic teams. SATURDAY, 16-Sophomore dance, but I went to the basketball game at Oberlin. Some town. The girls there practice on their bicycles and roller- skates all the tune around the Clly so that they can get back from dates O. K. VVe beat them, 30 to 27. Carl Brodt was the shining light, as usual. 7 TUESDAY, 19-Sophomore girls win the basketball championship. Hein and four other g1rls won the game for them. THURSDAY, 21-Inaugural Ball at the Armory. Laughing Masque put on a clever skit. Dottie and I quit for good tonight. I wouldn'tktake her home in a taxi. I spent all I had gO1I1g 1n to the dangg, 262 . tg P rlfl"5l.',T ul Hr l . af cvllllm , East 1'f"'t ' ml -ll'l . Y Hr lllll' 'iii LH 'ii llll' f'llg'i" . Q I uI1ln'rHfil"L ' sxllltlll Him it lf' lllt' Nia- lnlll l"llll'l' ' WAIDM. llw lr-altar' 2+ H3g,nl.1fa:gL t-uslumt' WWE Il'lf5ll.ll l'nixrf"3tf. 1 ul the scum XX'l1llXlQN all but new-I Flllllll. last lull za l S.ll'l'lill .lrnmry l-5 gum. Il'l1Sll.X lllllll l'llllEEEZ llt' Sllnkkrnl lfu-ill llu-v start.. ll'l1llXl1 wuch f....gg 'l'lll'li3I li S.ll'l'lil hall Qdllll, XxtNl5l!.r Ll Alllxlyx l'l'l-All :lllll'l'lL.J llllrrxjm llllllx' Cilllllllls ig. can dm! Blllllll im SN V33 211111 Should 'F Mahg ll 3 ,Heli lnan. S W1 Hs tl 'ason tha -lei' H W6 did, Cttlllo' . s acquain first names noifd ytllillg. I hald so 'v llp, H - Dottie. e ,alll itself. Everyone heir best girl and :lescribing all the lg as well as the the year. Cincy J near the end of ati. Girls' inter- the defeat Ken- walloped them, not Shreve, Earl h Sefton's ho0P me for the ath- ,,-. Juniors Hlld ed with the 310 Ietic teams' tball game ai les and rollellg om datCS O' tal. ' cl ship. Hem an I1 21 asque Put 0 in Q llef 1101116 J. ,ZZ ,f-f- f 'ff . K g nv. Ml!!! Y' 'TOJZ J. I Oulltjed to- gel lily FRIDAY 22-Inauguration Day Gem-ae F 7 - - - J . f - 'lb . look othelally made :resident of the University of Akron. Hundreds ot prominent educators from tlhe entire country were present. There was n l l al f I ' - - y . ' gest occasion in the history of the Uiiixiisiily. 1 1 dab' XVJS plobdbli the blg- JANUARY 24-29-Examination VVeek. All that happened can be condensed into four letters, ICERAMY' The only thing of note was the announcement of the engagement 0 linor Olmstead. How kshe could ever take exams with that on her mlnd IS more than I can tell. SATURDAY, 30-Dottie and I went to see the Zippers beat Hiram in Sefton's Barn in one of the fastest games of the season. After the game we went down to the Strand to see Clothes .Make the Pirate." Bob Harris talked the usher 1nto letting us ln. I wonder if he learns that at the Erie Freight. February MONDAY, 1-Tuxes four sizes too small and tuxes four sizes too large were the feature of the Senior Ball .held at Firestone Club House this evening. Bob Hagenbaugh wanted to bet with me that he could tell just what frat house or costume shop each tux was borrowed from. TUESDAY, 2-The article that George Boss, the great love expert of the University, wrote for the Sunday Times on the high cost of dating was the talk of the school. We wonder if he got all his information first-handed? VVEDNESDAY, 3-Classes began for the second semester today. I passed all but most everything last semester. FRIDAY, 5-Lance and Helmet initiated its new men. Miss Reed, who spent last fall in France, talked in chapel about her experiences in Europe. SATURDAY, 6-Dottie and I saw Case beat us in a hard-fought game at the Armory by a single point. Several of the frats threw house parties after the game. TUESDAY, 9-Buchtelites now being mailed in large envelopes. Ben Kreisel- man running around tearing his hair. VVhen I asked him what theltrouble was he showed me the mailing bill for the out-of-town subscription l1st.' It read 18c. I couldn't see anything wrong with that. "It only used to cost loc before they started using the envelopes," he moaned. WEDNESDAY, 10-Rumor has it that Greorge Babcock has been signed up to coach football and track here. He is a Michigan star and SOME MAN THURSDAY, -11-Student "Y" showing signsiof .activity today. Sure look like they are going to develop into a good organization. SATURDAY 13-The Zippers went down to VVooster and lost a close basket- ball game. I ,wanted to go along but I was afraid to, too many people in VVooster know me. MONDAY, 15-Team went down to Heidelburg and beat them, 18-16. TUESDAY, 16-Another honor added to Diean Spanton's long list. . Miss America sat on his hat at the Portage Hotel while Van Ellsworth was getting an interview for the Buchtelite. THURSDAY, 18-Smith, dean of the jam 01'S, ' I , C, f cam us driveyva for the parking of facultyicars exclusively. Non the faculty 't IO Jed off '1 space on the can ldrive their Fyords to school without leaving them down on Buchtel Ax enue. SATURDAY, 20-I went to see Akron win a very I9001'15"Played game from Baldwin-Wallace. 263 l MONDAY 22-Mrs. Barnhardt has the cutest little taxi driver friend. He brings her to the University in his little yellow car almost every lI10I'l1lI1g. TUESDAY, 23-Second Tel-Buch campaign started today. Crace Colclough has started out to clean them all up. But I do wish she had a little better mem- ory. I think she cornered me five times this afternoon and asked me to buy a Tel-Buch. Enough is enough of anythmg. THURSDAY, 25-Our team couldn,t stand the pace and went down to defeat at the hands of Wesleyan. Fat Sorrick sat on the top row of the bleachers and made the whole thing shake every time he got excited. FRIDAY, 26-Johnny Thomas was in the height of his glory today. The county basketball tournament was held in Crouse Gfym. He spent the entire afternoon flirting with a little country high school girl lrom so tar back in the country that she still had the 'CMUDH on her shoes. SATURDAY, 27-Herb Shinn and Earl Ryan attempted to improve their minds by occupying front row seats at the afternoon performance of "White Cargo? Zippers lost a tough game to Kenyon by three points. March MONDAY, 1-Quite a student turnout to see "What Price Glory?" And, speaking of gate crashers, the Lone Stars have them all backed off the map. Nearly the whole chapter sneaked in. TUESDAY, 2-Everyone going around school practicing the profanity they learned at "What Price Glory?', last night. R. L. S. Quill held a meeting. WEDNESDAY, 3-Ray and Audra seemed to have spent the majority of the day chatting quite affably together. THURSDAY, 4-Prof..Ha1lenbeek delivered a lecture in class on the various merits ot certain fountain pens. Some professors certainly have a knack for wasting the t11ne of the students in their classes. . FRIDAY, 5-Dr. W. Lloyd Douglas gave one of the most interesting talks 1n chapel that I have heard for some time. The basketball teillll continued its streak ot tough luck and lost a game to Ohio University, 31-25. SATURDAY, 6-Freshmen class proved to be social failures. Dottie and I went to the Freshmen Dance and there were only about 25 Frosh couples there. The rest were upperclassmen. MONDAY, 8-An entire day passed without seeing Ruth McPeak loafing around the halls or the Tel-Buch office. I wonder if she is sick or just ordi- narily mdisposed. WEDNESDAY, 10-Phi Sigma biological honorary fraternity initiated eight new members at a banquet held at Spindler's. THU1??1DI?gf'.11-cgW1lere,S the 110130 1'2lCCS,.EdClie?,, was the question every- one as e die DCSIIIC when he came in with lns new spring suit 011. But then the next question was always, SVVhere did you get it ?,, f FRIgDAY, 12-Went to see. for hear, if you would ratherj the debate team de- eat 1ra1n. Freddie Cole 1S reputed to have put in the winning word. t S6kTU1EDAY,13-University basketball team lost its last game of the season 0 35? Y 3 Slnglfl PQ111t margin. I saw Harry and Gertie coming home from the Phi Mu Dance. Kind ot late hours for them to be keeping. k MONDAY 15 The newl M C A 1 ' 11 now ready. Nice leather furnituie andoejxlgfy lliinfifi Old plebldents house cue wr2sN'Ff' v1"f"" "'5f'L Mn- tis' ' Till WU? V! i.e 'lj lmflf' 'A n ynllmul' ui. lYf"t'f" Susan, If it un-Ill Ji' itll 'lilll in-ru lla" vfft MHXINI- tht- lit-was-1. with Uv IV gn xmicls Ziff Wl1llXt15l lillflltvllil' 'f mp! flftlix Z' 5 . Tlll'liSlll Cllulftlj' il-W cnunfil. '-wt' wnrtlt 'Alai' FItlll.tX.Z .Xthlt-tic llsx. .lnllhnjt ll' fl Perry ll, 1112: S.tTt'iih1 HI llluir lun. lin' just .nit llmv the tht- lllllvs-l' ti ll 1 t ,. 4: ,t tj- it 1 t 1 4 lsr friend, H niorningy e Mfg mfr ace Colcl it ile better ed me to buy a j te downto defe it t e bleachers aljd j 1. .li 'W today. The 'tt illellt the entire ij Q .far back in the il Ft f 1 improve their ii tj tance of "White U 3 ii Q e Glory?', And, vi :ed off the map. me profanity they ld a meeting. ie majority of the It i , 'lv ass on the various .L have a knack for it lt. tif t l it interesting talks K . , t I L team continued its 23. I H ' l jill Dottie Hlld I tres. yi 25 Frosh couples yy j t . it tm MCPQHP 103235 S sick or Just 0 tu .ty H . - ' li it mit? initiated 019' tg the fluesiionneviiiiii spring Suit 0 ' ,N ' 111 ' it the cleilaterga vinnillg vo enson H sc I t I-5111110 of H1316 from Q- Coltling ho f ping' 9 use are sident5 ho 1 ,'.l. it .1 .ti tj 1, it , i l t t . t WEDNESDAY, 17-The Engineers saw to it a celebration befitting their patron saint was conducted. A costume parade and self-dismissal ofischool were the features of the day. 27'ILJPiE1iS131i'il,e31ij"NLibs" Jolmson, forward, was named captain of the 1926- FRIDAY, I9-Dottie and I went down to the Civic Drama Playhouse to see the Dramatic Clubs two plays, "Neighbours," and "The Reincarnation of Susan." .The way Jinnie Alpeter and Marian Little looked at each other I know it wasn't all acting. SATURDAY, 20-A masked ball by the Phi Delts, and the Engin-cars Brawl were the only things that happened around the school today worth noting. MONDAY, 22-Beacon Journal VVeek started today. The editing class and the Buchtelite reporters made a tour of the entire plant. Dottie went along with them. She said she didnit like the pressroom because the presses made so much noise that she couldn't talk as much as she wanted to. WEDNESDAY, 24-Lone Star put on a good interfraternity smoker. The Buchtelite staff 1S spending the majority of its time at the Beacon Journal get- ting ready to publish next Saturday's paper. THURSDAY, 25-Doc Hutchinson, psycho-analyst, was in Prof. Olin's psy- chology class. He didn't even think Harold Cramer, president of the student council, worth analyzing, but what he said about some of the others was sure worth while. b FRIDAY, 26-Got away from, Dottie this evening long enough to go to the Athletic Mixer in the gym. They had a dandy program, and a dandy time. Johnny Dennison went around the hot dog line so many times Slats Miller and Perry Demming thought he was triplets. SATURDAY, 27-The Journalism students edited the Beacon Journal.. Some of those boys sure seemed to like to put their own pictures in. 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W, xv N HI' W PM M U QW 5 W l 1 VM fm ii HJ lx .QUXIME :N .w f w 4, pm! PM V W ID1z1s.v1'1NG '1'n.AxM qgnoi wwf R sa N'-I-RO" Fl I 56" Qff' Xi' 0+ T "5 X6 Qi ff V ,L.,, . A , 5 111: ,. as QW- -W X ' . ,,.Z,,., F ' 4 WL- , -v.. 1-w,,f.w f- ,su ' -- f 4 ,. f N 1 7 " , awp: , w f Z3 fi 4,120 6 w, fax in AI lm M 'WN - L Explanation The1926 Tel Buch Cup was presented to the Delta Gamma Sorority, winner of the first sales campaign of the Tel Buch. The second campaign and contest for Tel Buch Girl ended in a tie for subscriptions between Grace Colclough and Mildred Hoffman. The painting of Buchtel Hall was pre- sented to the Phi Mu Sorority owing to the fact that Grace Colclough brought in more money than Mildred Hoffman. The annual Tel Buch election for the most beautiful and most popular man or woman was held in chapel March 15. Howard Cramer, Pres. of Student Council, was in charge. The popularity contest and the contest for the handsom- est man was decided by counting the votes and taking those who received the greatest number of votes. The 1926 Tel Buch wishes to congratulate the following for the highest position that the student body can give them. Miss MILDRED HOFFMAN MR. HAROLD MILLER MR. XNILLIAM Rosle In judging the most beautiful girls the first ten women having the highest number of votes were judged upon by a group of impartial artists. The following selection was made with no distinction of placing, simply the three most beautiful are chosen. Miss GERTRUDE CARSON Miss HEI.EN SXVANSON - Miss AUDREE HUBBARI7 269 ,. , ,. ,., --V-. Mlss GRACE COLCLOUGH Tel Buch Girl 270 14.4 4 I- .V-W -mf! Q r sf 9 I f fif I-27 P KAQY A 1 I ' . 'if' L F 1 ' 4-5 A ' ji EV i Pig? L13 ' fl: 1 : ' L Q1 y gy ? Q U w if' lv Ii in ' 3311 A ' EV 4 M F- w 1 -I " f z 45 Y . 111 ' EV .g ,V Q, f i, j , gy ' 5 E U A V . 2 U . 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Some ol J . p ie reservation one hop ahead of the baililfs and took to the mountams up along the Spicer Street car line. Therefore. grab your alpen- ' ' 1 1 . , . . ' stocks, children, and 1lS us oil to investigate them in their lalrs. Amongnthem is a choice handful which is described as a mob, crew, or the 1101 ,P0l101, EIS yOu Seeufitx They call themselves Alpha Sigma Omicron, but thats just one of their little Jokes. One of their others is Adrian French. Alpha Sigma Omicron means "A Sappy 01-del-ji They MC. A little farther down the street is the trembling shanty which houses the Sigma Beta Nus. They think they are the last word. They are. Also several exclamation points. Their badge has a fresco of pool balls, but there's more ivory to the square inch in their house than in any poolroom in town. Sigma Beta Nu stands for "One Born Every Minute." Q Phi Delter Thetar! Hoooraww! Particularly raw. NVe all love the Phis. fAt this point two men are carried out, dying of laughter.J A few years ago they had tough luck in their rushing, and now look at the dam, thing. They're responsible for t-he editor of the annual. They may live it down in time, but right now a number of their victims of last rushing are leaving town under a cloud. Farther along live the Chi Theta Taus. The farther you go the worse it gets! The Chi Theta Tugs are the greatest living exponent of "all is not gold that glitters? They wear the biggest badge in school, but it doesn't mean a thing. After graduation they put on their white uniforms and run to enlist with Ielez Russell's boys. Chi Theta Tau means "Some Are Born NVetg Others Achieve Wetnessf' They don't pass up any bets. They do both. The Commons Club is always with us. Shakespeare said, "VVhat's in a name?" The consensus of opinion seems to be, "Nothing" That's what is in the Commons Club. Wlien they drag a woman to a dance fyes, the same woman for the whole chapterl, they're so tight they don't even pay the chiropodist,s fees for her. They are what is technically known as a bunch ol' farmers. Kappa Sigma Chi is an all-star collection of what-have-you's. They live back some place in the Land Of The Missing, and as long as they stay there everyone is pleased. Each fall they pledge the fifty worst lreslimcn and now and then they find one decadent enough to stand for being initiated. Kappa Sigma Chi. means "Many Brave Souls Are Asleep On The Deep. Phi Kappa Rho. Well, well, well, we canlt all be worthless.. These beach- combers do it for all the rest of us. This is an organization with no princlple -and little interest, fGood pun, huh?J Now and then they pause lor a short time in their whole-hearted pursuit ol' the elusive pCSO, illid Ufmlld il Qlass- These birds sell more magazines i T w , , cs 1 , v himself. Phi Kappa Rho means '1Ol11 5056 KNOWS- n the summer than George Horace Lorimer AVV, HAXV, HAVV! Like- D 9 H 9 H 9 Heh, H6119 Heh' H . . Lambda Chl Alpilqq! kHf it ihicgl This tribe has a house but it you waul hvliseelolfoflietrlnagfdvtiii hzfirie fjo call the. Gardens. They are terrible examples of fi IE'-iE?iEIlI1IlLT.1f1li.if1 """---A---41221111 l.'.I.I.Q- ' 9 Y' brothers coming home in a bar1'el, or the barrel coming home in the brothers. I forget which. On account of their badge they are sometimes known as "The Lambda Cheeses, The Knights Of The Pretzel." They had a convention in Cleveland. We draw the veil of charity. Lambda Chi Alpha really signifies "Millions For Scotchg But Not One Scent For Tributef, Pi Kappa Epsilon. This aggregation of brands from the burning was orig- inally organized twenty years ago when Slats Miller was a fI'6Slllll2lD, for the purpose of getting him graduated. They called themselves "Three Star." Two of the stars have since been lost but the brothers try to keep up the old tradi- tion. The fraternity song is "Nobody Loves Me." They are very high hat, very. If you don't believe it, drop around some night and listen to them eat. fAdvt.J Kappa Kappa Gamma is "Ptehally, muh deah, the only sororityf' If you doubt it, ask any of the members. They will tell you ad infinitam, ad nau- SC3111. If they're half as hot as they say they are, they are just about one-tenth as hot as everybody else thinks they are. That's 30 below. Their song is "She May Have Seen Better Daysf, She may, but we don't believe it. Phi Mu is in a class by itself. CNobody else wants to he there.J The name stands for "Plenty Muggingf' Ask anything in pants. Their song is "I Got Some Lovin, To Dof' They are also addicted to jaunts to Cleveland. It cer'nly is too bad, but tha's the way it goes, they always get caught. Delta Gamma is just too sweet for words. That's why no one is ever seen talking to one of the members. Witli all sails set, this crew of love pirates plows into port. fAnd, for that matter, sherry.J Their song is "She Was Just A Sailor,s Sweetheart." Their flower is seaweed. Delta Gamma stands for "Any Old Sport In A Storm? Alpha Epsilon Phi is a living refutation of "price no object." All the girls come from old Southern families. Just south of Jerusalem. There is a tradi- tion that one of the sisters once had a part in,the VVoman's League Show. This is ascribed to over-enthusiasm engendered by hearing that there was a girl in school who might accept a pledge. Alpha Gamma Delta. These ladies are the little sisters of the Hall Room boys. Every Monday night they have a meeting and exchange clothes. They also work out the stock phrases for all the sisters during the following week. This permits the sisters to keep each others, dates. I use the plural as an un- earned compliment. Kappa Alpha Sigma is just a lot of real nice girls. One of the sisters once had a fur coat. Ever since then the others have been buying cans of insect killer and hoping against hope that theyid get a chance to use them. They have social ambitions, but so has Peggy Hopkins Joyce. The object of this sorority is to start young and get married as often as possible. The name means "A Ring On The Hand Gathers No Moss." Sigma Delta Theta is one of those secretive organizations. Nobody knows nothing about nonesuch. Whatis more to the point, nobody cares. Their house at present is an ex-army pup tent purchased at a sale price from Epps. There's no telling where they'l1 pitch it next. This is an advanced degree of the Camp Fire Girls. Phi Kappa Delta is just another one of those sororities. Nothing distinctive if you know what I mean. These are the kind of girls who paint' U, of A mi the backs of their slickers and consider themselves, oh, so witty. This gang continues to function only because our legislature has no sense of duty Their name, translated, is "Few Can Dance." And that, to say the very least, is that. c am ' . all ,ff I' A" Q4 ii C N Msxhssm V the brothers town as "Tha eolliiention in 21 Y Signifies img WHS orig- hnian, for the 6 Star? TWO the Old iradi. lugh hat, very, . eat. fAdyt'J Flfyf' If you ltama ad nau- 3011i 0I1e-tenth I' song is tfghe f-l 'Iihe name PHS IS 'il Got oleveland, It ght. e is ever seen f love pirates l'She Was Just na stands for All the girls mere is a tradi- League Show. ,t there was a he Hall Room clothes. They allowing week- ,ural as an un- he sisters 01109 cans of insect e them. Thqy 0bjCCt of lIlllS ,e. The name Nobody knows S, Their h0l15e je fI'0IT1 ced degree 0 1 . d' tinctive, imguihf A-01' Hy' This gag? of dllty' , fy leaSf, 15 1 Inf? ! f f , ,J , W M N lol ti tt .4 -.x.-WV-f-,--,B . . ...Y f ,,. ,B ---f--....,..,. ... ,,. , ff F jfxx aff' If C: I 033 ,l -f i-Q' 61166, AM O I 1 ,J X- 'FT - , ,Q is Z Q N With the skirt at the knee And the hosiery showing, It's no wonder that we Don't look where we're going. f U D -'Tif?Q:Q,fQe. 4, 1.1. h, 281 Municipal University of kron The University Offers Courses in the Following Schools 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. Combination courses with Western 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 Administration. In these courses the student attends college two weeks and spends the next two weeks 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 special- ized work in chemistry and preparation of food sanitation, dietetics, etc. THE COLLEGE FOR TEACHERS Offers courses to prepare teachers for either grade school or high school posi- tions. Conducted jointly by the University and the Board of Education. Oifers to students all the advantages of the University and, for practice work, the re- sources of the Akron public school system. THE SUMMER SCHOOL Offers instruction in any course of the University if a sufficient number of students desire it. Classes for teachers in elementary and high schools, for college students and for citizens are conducted 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 opportunity to enter into the activities of city work, such as chemical, physical, and bacteriological tests for various city departments, also into socio- logical 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 GEO. F. ZOOK, or A Secretary C. R. OLIN, for Inforniation. 282 A course versity in fersity in ar's time lSo given g, and in wo Weeks siness. :iences of r special- 1ool posi- n. Offers k, the re- umber of hools, f0I' advanced ture. advanced chemical, nto socio- g H-ly every tion. e Philadelphia uhher Works C , Manufacturers of Reclaimed Rubber Akron, Ohio '6'i9'?i'?5'5U Land Title Building 52 Vanderbilt Ave Philadelphia, Pa. New YOfk, N- Y- I l l 283 Manufactured and Sold by THE VVISE FURNACE CO. I CoLo IAL Iii gk THEATRE - .........,,.,, ...... . ..,.,,A...4.. . Now Playing -.-. 5 U N E M A C N ...,f sToc K co MPANY .-.- I -.-. 1 :fig.3.Q:3:Q3.Q3.3.plygiiiifiigz-:ii-2-:ii-3:51225.515.525.342gfi:-1-i:-ifQ-:ii-:I:-iif-1-'Eli' Q lltlmllly Presenting the Best in Dramatic - I and Comedy Plays GN-499 BRING YOUR CUSHIONS WITH YOU Dave Allen: "Where did you do most of your skating when you learned ?" g Eleanor Olmsteadz "I think you're horrid." A "BOUNCING" BOY! "How did your old husband get over his gland operation, dearie ?" "Came bouncing down the stairs yelling for his school books. And how did your old fossil come through?" "He died this morning of infantile paraly- sis." WELCOME NEWS Small Boy: "I saw you kiss sis last night." DeSure: "Mm--m. I suppose you want a quarter?" Small Boy: "Nah. But I thought it wouldn't be no more than right to split the fifty cents with you that dad gave me when I told him about it." SAFETY FIRST Dorothea: "Do you ever allow a man to kiss you when you are motoring with him?" Helen: "Never, If a man can drive safely while kissing me, he's not giving the kiss the attention it deserves." IWW KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA r- --Urn:-D 1---' L--'--- The Kappa key shows the practice of the organi- zation in intruding into activities always late. The secret sign Cthey couldn't keep itb of the brood is to extend the nose perpendicularly to the face in the direction of the solar system. One of their wisest members was caught in a shower the other evening and very nearly drowned as a result of her elevated beak. U."I-Iighbrow" is simply another way of spelling hnis, so too many K. K. G.'s are about the last word. MEMBERS Alberta Nicodemus-One Kap with good-looking ankles. Margaret I-Iedlund-VVho should be sent back to the kitchen for warming! GIFT A coffin! Time to retire. I I I X 1 Fire If if l D1 Tlftk 1 liwrfy o sfaazg 'l'l'2s I 0-f :Ex C T?-r . UR? :ii XT? -Er FZTXT fC Dm If Ytigfif 2 Ura: gg Inari' I I L 5RE S CLEAN IPAN Y in Dramatic Plays GAMMA actice of the organi- :5 alw3Y5 late' itl of the broo sn arlv to the faceh ,r ,IQ One Of fe' te . V r the other h C da ai can result of hef lling lerargiariyboiii if last i with g0Od'l00klng if " k to uld be sent bac AMERICANS ' 5 H 0' S- Flvnlnnt. Pfundcnl, ddrelxlnl Ihr 2 Sth Annual Sluclxholdru' hlcclmg ol Thx Flrcslonc Tue 6' Rubber Com- DGYU: held nn the Fnumnz Clubhmnz Audllonum. Akron, Ohm. December Iizh, 1925. One of the Reasons W y Firestone Tires are Better ERE are the designers and builders of Firestone Tires, over 14,000 strong. Every one is a stockholder, sharing responsibility and re- wards with the active head of the Company. " The annual Stockholders' meeting, shown above, is a tribute to the spirit behind Firestoneis success. To these men and women the figures relating to sales and profits mean more than mere mate- rial gain. The tremendous increase in public demand for Firestone products gives each one that satisfaction which is life's richest accom- plishment-the knowledge of a job well done and the tangible demonstration of public appreciation. There is intimate contact, a pulling together-that in- tangible something in the Firestone organization that makes for efficiency, econ- omy and outstanding prog- ress-and is one of the reasons why Firestone builds better tires. MOST MILES PER DOLLAR 'Erestone Qffhfebv SHOULD PRODUCE THEIR owN RUBBER . . J6'6'z?wjZ4. 285 z',.y I l Established 1875 The I ,,, Billow ndertaking Company o-o-0 PRIVATE CHAPEL and AMBULANCE SERVICE 0-0-o 118 to 122 ASH STREET EDWIN L. BILLOW, President WM. C. MURRAY, Vice Pres. A GEO. W. BILLOW, Secretary "' PAUL E. BILLOXV, Asst. Sec. CHAS. F. BILLOW, Treas. and Gen. Mgr. Ih A. L. BILLOW, Asst. Treas. ' 1 ART MURRAY, Asst. Gen. Mgr. R981 EQ-,. 286 Asst. SCC- Gen. Mgr' For Beautiful Lawns-Green Velvet Lawn Seed and ! Fertilizer Garden Seeds-Garden Tools-Paint THE M. M. MELL CO. N. CASE AVENUE GRAIN-BUILDING MATERIAL-COAL M. 1478 M. 1793 l l 0419! 'LMother, mother, mother, turn the hose on me!" sang little Willie, as his mamma was dressing him one morning. "What do you mean?" she asked. "You've put my stockin's on wrong side outf' he said. IMMOVABLE "I was in a picture show and it was so dark that a girl seated herself right on my lap," remarked Ralph Razor to Zep Schock. "What did you do then?" "Sat through two shows." FRATERNITY FOOD Bill: "I found a splinter of wood in my soup today." Irvie: "What did you do with it?" Bill: "Oh, I ate'it with the rest of my boardf' FOR HER DEAR NOSE Larry: "My girl has a beautiful embroid- ered handkerchief which she claims cost twenty dollars." Louie: "Twenty dollars! That's a lot of money to blow in." KBZY D E L TA GA M M A v- f. f N. N S". An anchor to keep this overenthusiastic bunch of poultry from being sunk is the feature of the Delt pin. A garter snake, the symbol of treacherous yet harmless women, is also employed on this shirt- waist ornament. The water-logged ship fsororityj representing the wetness of the organization is understood and has not been embodied in the design. You never can tell about them till you've tried them, and then you are apt to be wrong. MEMBERS Alberta I-Iunsicker-XVho lives up to the proverb, "Love Conquers All, Even Good Sense." Harriet Horst-A young bundle of echoes. Audree Hubbard-XVho should wear a halo of higher watt for her accomplishment in "line." GIFT THE HERBERICH-HALL-HARTER CO. Real Estate Mortgage Loans . 328-338 S. MAIN STREET Insurance and Surety Bonds 12 E. EXCHANGE smear 287 X if X x 5 YE J 4 o 1 l D! I 19' 111 0' 4 5, .xx Zgx O 'E Of 4 I 3 -2 ge :-5 53 Y 5 5. gi c . 'E-1 - -M WXW wmxwx 'XX ' Z CM F xg X X65 9 219 CD, Q, ff-F JGLLLSM U ein gy X Lx X X v , . in x W W 1 Q W N " g ' Qfv f i f' wif gdbfx 'J zlkifgfff jf J, XXXA- X x AfJ5'5K OO if . . Z 4: : 5 . , , 1 X 'x QR ' X x-xl ' 52' FZ . ' gf' 2 X xv x f :ff Mx 'W v x , Z, xx X xl Vx! , V fifv , , ,sky 5? fix YQ f NX, wr ' 'S N 'X Af . -' N .1 J V xv ,Q XA X Q r?"f li ,- Z Z 5 -W ...QTVR X x 511 S . 5477 -M N, ., mr. I-. n 7' o o 3 5: 1 1 if A-fam A 6 X f C23 Esmwwxxx " 1 1 fa 4 1 1 f 2 7 if f f Z X Zi A . k f K ' . 7 , 1 nf.. ,fx r... , l I Retail Merchants Association Patrons The M. O,Neil Co. The A. Polsky Co. The C. H. Yeager Co. The Acme Cash Stores The J. P. Loomis Coal and Supply Co. The Kirk Co. The I. S. Myers Co. The Hoover-Brooks Co. The National Blank Book 8 Supply Co. Akron Dry Goods Co. Furnas Ice Cream Co. S. S. Kresge Co. The Heepe Co. Kramer's The Akron Cycle 8: Supply Co. Bon Marche Co. Reliable Furniture Co. Stephen's Hat Shop The Fairlawn Supply and Coal Co. J. Koch Co. Petot's Shoe Store Lang's VV. J. Frank Co. Wadsworth Co. Thomas-Eblen Co. The Hatterie M. S. Long Co. Akron Pharmacy The Hood Jewelry Co. Bear Furniture Co. Spencer Trunk and Leather Co. Hibbard Jewelry Co. l Fritsch Floral D6C01'Zlt1ODS Read-Benzol Co. The Curtis Co. l 4 l I i 'S E289 The Bruner-Goodhue-Cooke-Cranz Agency Co. Business Established 1870 General Insurance, Real Estate, Loans THE AKRON SAVINGS K LOAN BLDG. AKRON, OHIO Phone M . 7060 nw: PWR OVERHEARD IN THE SMOKE HOUSE Only a small per cent of the girls of our country are working girls. the rest are work- ing men. If only the brakes would get tight when the driver does. Just because they use asbestos curtains doesn't mean that it is a hot show. If a burglar broke into the basement would the coal Chute? Can't say, but the kindling wood. A HOLD-UP MAN'S SANDWICH Ernie Woodrow: "Let me have a Septem- ber morn sandwich, waiter." "What is that, sir?" "Cold chicken without any dressing." FOUR OUTSTANDING HORSEMEN When asked who the Four Horsemen were, a school-boy is said to have replied: "Paul Revere, Theodore Roosevelt, Jesse James and Barney Google." "Her niece is rather good looking." "Don't say 'knees is'g say 'knees are.' " PHI MU Four blended hearts surmounted by mothballs to keep their pet turtle from being moth-eaten. The turtle is significant of the speed of this sorority Csarcasml. A union where gab and gushing are golden and silence is quite taboo. MEMBERS ' Fern Brensinger-Besides being irritatingly loqua- cious, also talks too much. Gebee- Cooper-That delicate Amazonian nymph wholstrxkes terror into the- hearts of all who meet her in the field of competition. Io Stover-She satisfies! And we don't mean GIFT ' Some "Bull" CDurhamD! maybe l WWF emu The Permanent Savings 86 Loan Go. MILL AND HIGH Loans Money to Buy and Build Homes Pays 5 Per Cent Interest on Deposits K 1 lO AK 4.1 . ,.. - I,-Mfr 'ft' 5 it L , W-'Q'-we wifi' our Mun 'Sw-NY an Q. H .p ..,... - fS,,2ex,x 5. .N -X S I EMS-clzllii-NX' , , E Co. IH 1 3 U by m thb moth-eaten. Th of this S ty ' My -I f,,,g,: P IIIII If IIII' I f fix ,W 1 , gl IIIJM I' 1 1 'NA .1 III5 I ,I I' I' Q5 tgf, A I 1 SR 'l'.Lf.I I EI II Ii III II II I Q r I II! I' E1 I' ll EI, -I ff I5 I-I 1. .4 I I In II Q, I I IM I1 1 I I 'I I 1 I , I I Ii: I I I IIE: 'I I I I , II III II III I II? I QI III I. 13 II I ,I II II I 'I llt I I I I Shing gld fl I S I g tzglylq I :H ll WI 5 Ad df I 0- I KEITH ALBEE P LACE The Wry Utmost in Amusement -CONTINUOUS DAILY I TO II P. M.-1--1... Supreme Vaucleville Feature Photoplays POPULAR PRICES Our SUPPER Shows Are Very Popular VWth the Students Meet Your Friends in "The Palace Arcade" 1 A --II......,nN,M,w D if mm' 291 W. H. WERT SIGM A D E LTA TH ETA Wholesale Confectioner Exclusive Distributor hp, Park Sz Tilford Chocolates Qi ' .91 . and Q 5 Q Q Dow's Utopian Chocolates ' X Q . 317-319 WATER STREET ' - Q . 7 ' 1 AIXRON, OHIO ' 0. Bell, Train 3531 M ' Q , A. . MW. h is" lg' O v C I A Campbell Vegetable Soup ad with a jumble of alphabetical noocllesb This idea was swiped from the . samples cf 21 tom stone manufacture' b' - Xwllell YOl.l,1'C Lofllilllg fill' 21 scrtapuloud jewilerh and sold to these haggr liiilddiizg. T e roste 0 t is nurser 's com mr 5 l f th . Gggd Shoyv, GO t0 baby:-talkersrwho didn't ratey ohe of iliieeibig? sorciiifie ties and who were not hard up enough for amu e- 111ent to join the Delts. - MEMBERS in Pauline llenry-XVho lacks but one thing-that of 1 'T' being interesting. I L S I 1 ' '. ' 'F Sa 'a XVilkinson am a one Qtar pin. Youll Find No D1sappo1nt111ents Leah Mmm and Same pin? - Dorothy Roeger-A modern "Daughter of tl1e Thel e Regiment." GIFT A horn. 6"t-N30 IWU T e Akron Beacon Journal argest Circulation and carries by far the Greatest Volume of Advertising of' any Akron Newspaper "Such Popularity Must Be Deservedv 292 Busir Unite ,Q '- fmt l 1 1 -ffiv-YN, -up . NN 1 3 .' i . ia xiiasmtli' a Jumble of mufa Siilped from the Cturer by an un Iwata kiddies- Olie f Dosed-of those u 0 the big sorori- P enough for amuse. l f . RS but one thing-that of 2 Star pin. l? rn "Daughter of the l i fi l l l Q l I l l r r . l lrnal l I i l l T1 l T 3 ' "A"V A I ...fe-"H-,f TNQ fi A 3. get l l 1 1 l rw- V.. ,...,,-,,,m Business University 57 EAST MARKET STREET Learn to Typewrite your notes. Let us help you - during your spare time. f-'!l9l ALPHA GAMMA DELTA The Spade. Ah, golddiggers! Yet to disguise the mercenary purpose the heart is worn inverted and is surrounded by sugar-coated almonds. The members of "All for Gramma" are of a home- lovmg nature and will make a splendid group of old maids. Their chapter meetings are in the nature of old-fashioned revival services. They believe in the' old wheeze, "In numbers there is strength," and acting on this tip have pledged consistently hoping to get a chapter numbering fifty. MEMBERS Dot Meade-An intelligent miss who puts two and two together and gets-plenty! Helen Meier-Just the kind of a girl that men- well, she don't know her stuff! GIFT The hook! 2 Compliments of Biggs Boiler Co. AKRON, OHIO 4Q2'2?D HA! HA! Alden: "Thinking about me?" McPeake: "Oh, was I laughing? Pardon me!" A OH, OH! "What's the matter, Betty?" "My goldfish has eczema." "Badly?" "No, only on a small scale." A FABLE "Joie," said Mrs. Picklesnilt, to her son, "tell the janitor to give us some heat." Being a dutiful boy, Joie immediately telephoned the iceman and ordered another ton of coal. His mother was pleased but feared the lad had hurt the plumber's feelings. "XVere you nice to the groceryman, Joie?" she asked. "Oh, yes, mother!" came the reply. "He is a Fine milkman. He sends us such excellent meat." Mrs. Pieklesniff patted Joie on the head. "Dear little fellow!" she said. "I am proud to know you are always polite, even to a laundryman. Isn't it a beautiful day?" "No, mother," replied the lad. "I love it." Moral-Never complain of the service in a cafe. The waiter may have a dear old grandpa. l 4 Black Bear Hat Store Men's Furnishing Goods Stetson Hats Manhattan Shirts The Byrider Bros. Co. 6 EAST MARKET STREET Gm! 356 SOUTH MAIN STREET GQ!-W INTEREST ON DEPOSITS Left 60 Days or Longer The Akron Savings 86 Loan Co. AKRON, oH1o 4 Q mmm- 'GNU KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA A , . 0 f 4 li . l I Ui . M CK Q- VV Z Q, a P f M s 'th 1 h ld f S 'K A X E , ro.: " iss mi , may o you or ,- K -: a minute after class?" '-T3 5 X ei H' fi- T A S a A LL . QRS X s Q 9 CK 1950 Kindly Old Gentleman: "Did 'ums break 'um little dolly?" Sweet Child: "Yes. Why the hell do they make the damn things so fragile, any- way?" W X9 I A W1 Hn' The rarelunpolished gem! The champion engage- ment sorority .of the world except Turkey. Youd never suspect it to look at them. The girls are hoping to get excursion rates 011 marriage licenses at which time it is their plan t0 devastate the whole campus. MEMBERS Pearl Briggs-Who has a chap on her hands that cold cream won't remove. Ruth Raley-On being told she was far .t00 warm, replied she'd make a good winter attraction. GIFT A pair of roller skates. l'h lk If 51 N STREET 1 I A SIGMA We I Q 5 s xxx S champion engagf' :Pt T urkeY- Youd l. . on excurSl0n. rage? to it ig their P3 on her hands that far wo . 'as . lhheinttr attfawon' W ,ffl Ll.. I ,.-f' , .F ,14f,,,"' . A ,,,,fMZ C. MULCA HY, President I CURTIS E. BROOKS, Secretary--Treasiirci-I. MULCAHY' Yicc-Prcsidcm The Carmlchael Construction Go. Incorporated General Contractors and Engineers GENERAL OFFICES 522-530 CENTRAL sav. AND TRUST BLDG. AKRON, OHIO 6'-iQ! IQBN J. GRA T HYDE Hudson and Essex Motor Cars Sales and Maintenance 457 E. MARKET STREET C3560 Willie recited one stanza of the Psalm of Life, to the delight of his proud mamma and the plaudits of the company. It was as follows: "Liza Grape men allry mindus, Weaken maka Liza Blime, Andy, Parting Lee B. Hindus, Footbrin Johnny Sands a Timef' The teacher was telling her open-eyed clalss about the dolphin and its habits. I 'And, children," she said impressively, "just think, a single dolphin will have two thousand baby dolphins." "Goodness!" exclaimed the bright little girl at the bottom of the class, "and how many do the married ones have?" WILLING A Spicer street car, rather overcrowded with passengers, was flagged down at a crossing yesterday and a handsome young lady boarded the platform. The conductor opened the car door and shouted: "Say, can't you-all squeeze this lady in here?" And about twelve able-bodied men rose up and said they'd try, if it started a divorce suit. . Gene Denning Cfinding a piece of rubber in his hashl: "There's no doubt about it: the auto is displacing the horse everywhere. l AKRON, OHIO ICDWU Quality Service COAL B. F. FREDERICK SL SON Office and Yard 86 EAST THORNTQN STRIEET Phone, Main 3447 een at Betty .lane Candy Shop 8 E. MILL STREET Between Main and Howard Quality Home-Made Candies Light Lunches and Sodas Candy Made in Special Colors and Designs Upon Request For Service Call MAIN 3400 The Portage Yellow Cab Co. Authorized Railroad Transfer emu THIS IS A RANK ONE Sergeant Metzger: "Hey there, Zesigerln Corporal Z.: "Wotza dope?" Sgt. M.: "Straighten up that line. Waddaya think this is-the Rainbow Divi- sion ?" Motor Cop: "I've a good mind to give you a ticket." Joe Stover: "Well, if you insist, make it for a musical comedy." Doc Fox says it isn't the cough that takes you off but the coffin they take you off in. l lCwi'b R. O. T. C. Lieutenant Broderick: "How is the bullet driven?" Cochran: "It isn't driven, it's lead." Rasor: "Yeh, my sister had an awful fright last night. A big black spider ran up her arm." Schock: "S'nothing. t I've had a sewing machine run up the seam of my pants." Harry Mahoney Chanding a co-ed the vanity case she has just droppedl: "Keep that school-girl complexion." CLWOI' IGNLD Compliments l of A The Sumner Butter Co. 296 PHI KAPPA DELTA 7 A Flttlflg emblem for the baby sorority .of the Campus is this novel pin bearing all necessities- of childhood, such as plenty of rattles, teething ring, Safety pm, and ............... ....... ? Dumbbells border the Dlll. . Offers that 'excruciating boredom of a sewing Circle, by MarJ.I'IassenHue and twenty unsuspecting co-eds. They give a headache no aspirin can relieve. MEIXIBERS Mary Harms-CXVhat ?J GIFT A parrot. if .. A C, .. 1 t Q Xlili' 'fi- Elect! .Xl,i'i l:-1. if ...tn L1 If' . A Arr: V ,. 'T gf-S U- Rid' il il lull ll Il lv-il l ill? N JO. N n v. 'How is the bullet en, it's lead."i :er had an awful lack spider ran up l've had a sewing of my pants." ling a co-ed the droppedjz "Keep !n.D DELTA ' -,. ,.-,A ff Q,---w 1---er l7f .ll lah You Can at MJ 4,1 Wfhip Qui' Cream l But You Can't Beat Our Milk The Averill Dairy Co. GKQI Main 372 A Complete Line of Electric Appliances Electric Shop N. O. P. Q L. BLDG. V570 lf Dixie Barbecue Home Made Pies XVM. COLEMAN, Prop. COR. MANCHESTER RD AND AKRoN BARBERToN SR Poimiciz Lfuqrzs Dia. KENT Open 8 A. M. to l A. M. carrot' 'GW-9 ALPHA EPSILON PHI Give Tel Buch Advertisers Your Trade and Mention that o' 0 Just a Hock Shop sign! d t Their aim in life is to vamp Phi Kappa Rho, and 1 C their success quite whips one's ears down to one's belt. . .. .le A I el Buch baby Eolfgdgssitieslngf I MEMBERS h . et .rmgla teething flthg Frances Rothschild-A 9944f100 nf- .5 'Ulm' y Dgriliilvells bOfdCf one of the shiningest of University Shmmg hghts' sewing Louise Plotkin-Who, like a Mrs. Gulliver among f 3 ' 1 the mi s looms too large to escape our notice. . b I ...nom 0 uspwtlng wg S, . , back the usiness li tweniiiinmdgn feheve' Lillian Wolfe-Who takes a short cut to higher : fair no asp education by rolling 'em. as GIFT that backs You A pig savings bank. ' ',.L.QQ.fll7iii X i A h .. ---ir,,1 297 Pfluegers' Latest Efaif., l..,..,m. A A,A ,A V -I -if . V x s. as N is N . 1 wp: S A xt E 7 ha? K ,sk A fm sig' , 1 . W 5 e, , , . 3 -e - . - 'M ,Wg . 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THE ENTERPRISE MFG. CO. "The Pfluegersn Pronounced "Flew-Ger" AKRON, OHIO Q, Z'!'j X Beauty Preservation is more than an art with usg it is an exact science. The most skillful operators, trained to the acme of perfection, are here to attend the care of your skin, hair and scalp, and to enhance your charms. To serve you better is our aim. How well we succeed is evidenced by the number of discriminating women who patronize our shoppe regularly. LeMar Permanent Wave 36.00 and up The Riggs LeMar System of Beauty Culture L OHIO BLDG. ON THE SEAS OF LIFE CBy T. F. Lanninj They were chance acquaintances. "I have a lovely apartment," she cooed, softly. "A cozy apartment, nice and comfy, just the place for a tired man to rest and enjoy himself. just you and I," she con- tinued, drawing closer. "With the lights turned down low, you could sit and smoke and I would make love to you. I could give you, oh, so much more love than you ever have had before." "No," he said, without the slightest hesita- tion, "I can't very Well. You see, I promised mother that I never would smoke."-The Printer's Devil. It was a dark night and the motorist was lost. Presently he saw a sign on a post. With great difficulty he climbed the post, struck a match and read: "Wet Paint." George: "People here seem to think spoons are medicine." Dick: "Ya? Howzat. George: "Something to be taken after every meal." PM ...-p-gi lE+- PHI DELTA THETA .. fi . X f"'0q p-vs N 3 1? 4' f X A f i Q Z Q-I .The meat eleaver of the Phi Delt trade-mark signifies a cherished trait of the fraternity, i. e., to lop off the skull of anyone standing in the way of their candidates. Crossed eyes symbolize the self-interest and con- ceit of the brethren. Constant self-admiration has caused these boys to finally turn cock-eyed. The string of weenies is a token of the dog's life led by this band of misdirected slickers. Rivalling political masters of the country circle are the brothers, Phi Delta. This bunch, however, has no- warm stove on which to rest its feet! Their foul minds have devised a means of saving all others from being elected to campus ofiices. MEMBERS Ray Shaeffer-NVho controls the destinies of the Senior Class, has a head that reveals real presiden- tial tingber. Perry Demming-Is the University butter and egg man, whose right foot each time it swings forward says, "Collegiate"g and "Watch me, ladies," says the left. GIFT A vacuum cleaner. T-X, ., .. i'-sq , fi . 1 yi I't'E'E . 'iii gi N MARX' 1112 1 N The Mkixk x I . ' t----xx --s A if-w...M IF LIFE IMI ntances. lent," She C nlce and 333229 5,351 an - ' e C011. lwlt-h the lights d Slt and Smoke O you- I could 're IOVC than YOU 3 slightest hesita ill See, I promised ld Sn-lOke.iyQThe the motorist was F1311 on 2 Do r. lllmbed the poit, Wet Paint." seem to think w be taken after ily-ow THETA 5 4 f Phi Delt ffafitmaiif f nity I- 9-1 Eidiiizein tlie way of .' t rest Hljd Con' ieli:i.:dmi5ati0n has -n cock-BYE ' I 'f ,ken of the dogs 1' C l'ckers. - Wfs ltheb coiintgougif h's Une ' 'r Tres! its- feetil oritlligis S of saving 3 ,5ices. S . . f the tntei 0, , thiagesreal Pfegden TCV nd egg ,ersity bllttef 301-w8l'd ' Swings 5 -ng It ladies," Say ch me' .2 XN . --ljqxrx ITV llilll I I Iilljl IIfU,I .ll 'I 'I I I I I I I I I It II U I I I I, I -I I ,Ii II I .-Y 1537 U I I kriP - ,--.--...l:iili..-.....,.. ....,............,-. .... f'.-::,-,:r--- lltjlf- -- Visit the Garden Shop-The Home of Beautiful FIOWCYS. Quality and Service The Garden Shop Main 3429 Main 3429 549' 16225 TYPEWRITTEN NOTES BRING HIGHER GRADES THESES, THEMES, ESSAYS, NOTES Prompt Service MARY E. MCGOWAN 312 OHIO BLDG. Phone: Main 3325 Eli OG? Pays for Itself in the Food It Saves The Klages Coal SL Ice Co. - MAIN OFFICE: 551 S. HIGH ST i Main 19 Three Ice Plants LO N E STAR 'fi A Starfish mounted on a Lliolopzical Lal: tray iden- tifies the members of this old and crumbling organi- zation. They hold an annual lish fry but it is only for the purpose of roasting their brother Stars. First in graft, first in gripes, and Grst in the eyes of their own estimation. MEMBERS Gene Denning-XVhose editorial policies will relegate the Buchtelite to a position of degradation alongside of the Sears-Roebuck catalogue and Hell Telephone directory. Ten minutes after Bill Dierdorf was born he was bawling because he was so disappointed with the world. GIFT A mirror. Wt H4 XQQ What You Want l 1 1 ,1 il, 1. li 1 , 1 1 l l , r l 1 I l ,gy 3 When You Want It Our Stock of Ojice Equipment Is Complete XVhen you need something in a I hurry, call on us. No order is too small to receive our prompt and personal attention. VV e pride ourselves on being able tO meet emergencies. l 1' fl 51 " ls ll The ll ll li lp b ll 1. Foster-Ro erts j Office Supply Co. 190 soUTH MAIN STREET v , Phone: Main 4405 li li ly 6'.'flQ9I ESTABLISHED 1911 ll 1 lg 0 . A 5 aiph Msmrmr ng co. A Qoon PRINTING 371 S. MAIN ST. 5 ll ' li Main 2765 1 T lg we 1.1. ll ll lg if ai gl . D. D IL Y ll if 1 li li gg MARK EVERY GRAVE li E3 R' V 1 Q FELT Service Station 650 SOUTH MAIN STREET Gasoline, Greases. and Oils First Station South of Goodrich lem LAM BDA CHI ALPHA I- Y C XXX --5 A stewed young moon Cin prohibitionist camp called man. yes?J feverishly clutching a pretzel and a good old stein of-XXX root beer??? At end of each week Papa Taylor checks up on the number of pins in the active chapter, takes off his carpet slipper and gives S2 Fir Street a sound spanking. This is the fraternity of the "bulging hip." MEMBERS Joe Shock-XVho always speaks like a pure-minded Boy Scout. Wads Ruttman-XVho does "Co-ed's Curtis Cot- tage Strut" better than they do it themselves. GIFT A sterling silver Corkscrew. Y 4 PHT' . HT' 9 11 3.52 ALT: F V i Bail" 11-4'i"ii f Ai' - alll. '- Th C .A 'v-R1 No. ation STREET and Oils 1 rich ,LPHA Ns. 5 o 1 1- na wmv l L beefw? on lOr Checks ku? off chapter' ta Zound f Street 3 1 U hlp' .L a pure-minded 1 'C .eqvg Curtis Cot' i themselvei 1 ,,. I' ,f jj I ,-f-'- tip l When n Opportunity Comes ".The.great secret of success in lzfe IS to be ready when your opportunity comes."-DISRAELI. Every day you read in the papers of real estate opportunities or a busi- ness opportunity which will appeal to you and of which you might take advantage if you had some extra money available for the purpose. Build up a savings account in this friendly bank with the purpose of being ready for your opportunity when it comes to you, as it surely will, sooner or later. he Central Savings 81 Trust Co. Member Federal Reserve System AKRON ' BARBERTON MAIN STREET AT MILL OHIO nmol 'QF' l l 1 f l 5 0 0 ills 0 ,ygi ou O0 o gs 32:5 0 nil il il ' l ei it ,, i ! ii' 1 if if lt i if il E il 'L ' Canvasser: "Is the lady of the house in l Maid: "She's takin' a bath, sub!" Canvasser: "I'd like to see her." ld H il Maid: "I Specks you would. WHIIC mall- I Specks You HOU ' E! ll ll if 1' .1 5: if lt . si Ii O' " L I' 301 VVhen You Think of Gifts Think of e Hale Jewelry Co. Established 1887 12 EAST MARKET STREET G. N. SI-IRIBER, Mgr. l NEW BOOKS MAN SPRUNG FROM MONKEY By The Biological Boys CFOX, Kraatz, Plowmanj Why He Didn't Spring Farther. What Eve Really Wore in the Garden. Why Men Make Monkeys of Themselves. THE BACKWARD CO-ED AND HER REDEMPTION By Dean Elizabeth A. Thompson Why Petting Parties Should Be Encour- aged. The Lost Art of Kissing-Its Technique. Opportunities of a Midnight Ride. SOCIAL ASPECT OF BATHING BEAUTIES By Chas. A. Hallenbeck CCourtesy of POLICE GAZETTEJ The Female-Her Form and Power. Why Men G0 Swimming. Why Some Suits Never Get Wet. CANARY BIRD CULTURE By Fred S. Sefton Tail Exercises and Wing Movements. The Bird Seed Diet. Training for Intracagc Flights. i 302 The Strand Billiard Parlors 129 s. MAIN Good Tables and Equipment That Increase the Enjoy- ment of Your Game 'BSO 99? N U-ART SHOP 183 SO. MAIN STREET HARRY F. GARLOCK, Mgr. OIL PAINTINGS AND PICTURES PICTURE FRAMING KODAKS AND FILMS ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS GIFTS AND MANY ODD AND BEAUTIFUL SPECIES OF ART IQZN ALPHA SIGMA OMICRON 1 kite, 26 cog wheels, 1 spade, 1 telephone pole. This is the crude conglomeration of which the Alpha Sigs boast. The whole pin smacks of the atmos- phere of the Engineering College. A local frat, organized, recognized, and perpetu- ated for,-well, that's nobody's business. Have served so far as a competitive rushing force with Kappa Sigma Chi against the Commons Club. Should be extinct in another year. MEMBERS Adrian French-Who plays Paton Edwards, Ir., to the comic strip we know as campus life. Bill Eaken-Who could trip over his own bunion of conceit. Robert Hadheld-A lunatic at large. GIFT A crepe. Qitgfllf ...L NK-Maxx s sa?-Q5 . Q N r---W., " A-..,,"X. " rs -:LS If-A,. 1 1l,'.,i lil: Pa ,111 7 ' - rlors lm Carney s F urniture IS Good---VERY GOGD lf ' . , Ax - ' ' 11 . mf . Inl fact lt s better than the lun ot 1n1ne varietv vnu sec adver- " ' is . . . . ' ' , I tlse at half price. and less. Individuality reigns here-things qui , are chosen for quality rather than price. pment ' It's che'1 er to l ' - ' 1 . cp , o, because of oui low rent location and low sell- Z ing expense. HJOY- l Period Pieces and Reproductions l me li A. L. CARNEY 271 WEST MARKET STREET aes l l ww' oem ' DID DIANA RUNABOUT? CI.II THFTLX fl-AU Lincoln and Diana were speeding Over- A REET land in their new Rolls-Royce. Bill Frank- lin, a Stude-baker, was pursuing them in . Mgr, his Packard. Said Diana: "Here on Paige Six it says go Straight Eight miles, turn PICTURES left and Ford the Jordan river, then on two ING miles to Hudson." ELMS I "Peerless at that Blue Book and help . Dodge Franklin," said Lincoln and he did A J KINDS Nash his teeth in anger as he Reo-lized that V uv ,R DDD AND he was out of gas. Just then the Gray , OF ART Packard pulled up. Diana jumped into - Franklin's sedan and said, "William has a W full Case in his car so I guess this will be 47 Willys Knight." S0 poor Lincoln struck himself over the ' hood with his Auto Club and fell over a pile of Cole counting the pretty Stars. Moral: There's lots of good nutmegs but thel-e'S always one gl-atm-I An octagonal bar of .yellow laundry soap sur mounted by such necessities of chasing "dirt" as scrub mop, tooth brush, and for lighting suspicion, i-.-1 shady nooks, the lamp. A frat of' considfrablelimportancf- bofth in their own Jtmat . s 1 z -' it 1 5 VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT femalgs ivholghe bliifidt Sify?-olil kilterisi lwus Miss Mitchell: "Correct this sentengez R F U SMExlBliRlS Ai I 'Before any damage could be done, the re Pie .'0'1'a"1ef-eS'?1e' I0 'UFC fjSFf'ml'1"'!fS "0 vvas put out by the volunteer fire depart- of his brain by an mcrcasul activity of me11t,' H bcveorgi glgaslierg-A -gentllenlan HJ of corduroy Frosh: "The fire was put out before any M5 Zfnxv- iff-ho" 'M' ?"'ffff I 1 ,SU damage could be done by the volunteer fire Dick mei e acizfipfi 'ici W dCpartr1'1C11t.,' just the silent treatment. WI IGTFJ O 1 rl.: GCI IC C131 I' CC f which the A pos. :ks of fha atm tu- b MSS' th . Zed' -and 'Mgmt TO GRA PI-I ER ushigllg 531266 Comm ' If 409 KQRACH BLDG. 1011 Egiiiafdsi ii I - ' . :piiis own bumon I Main 6499 lfge, X I 3113 .f ,-ff ,.f1" Nl- 'fd' Your Future Rests With You "Failure follows llze master" Y CONTINUING as you have started-a student always-success will come. Save part of your earnings always. Find SAFE investments. Do not take chances with your savings. When they begin working for you they are your workmeng YOU are the employer. We suggest a good public utility in a growing industrial section for your future investments. i l l Northern Ohio Power and Light Company NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIX 304 L' J i l 1 v 9 BAR f ,ml Barlnfi ug Stzxfireiif "IT VXYS ur?-Z C 4 P C 1 ., T: IL, Q.-4 -: -1, . " '51 tw- ZN1 fx Q "' ll 1 ala' nf if ,Z A 5 Wx- :M U4-'ev-I hog M ,M MQ. X 'N su., lfllfzs--L .-M,,N -MRS . . A 1 ,. , .X 1 l i iiliill ililf --u IW 1' lk B th C 3 M, W e er ro ers tu l l ' BARBER B ' i ' U IHCSS I COR. MILL AND COLLEGE C -a o ege 'kkir ' Complete Courses General Business Stenographie Barbers to Akron U and Buchtel AcCO,,,,ti,,g Clerical nd Auditing Secretarial Students for 20 Years th D.-xx' on Nicezni' cL,xss1f:s L, .kit Phone, Main 197 MEDFORD BLDG. H r yv tr i V N H1-9 IT PAYS TO LOOK XVELL 21 N.1X'IAIN 5lRRl3l 'WJ' -seam H "'VV'illiam," snapped the dear lady viciously. ng didnt hear the clock strike two as you came inf" I f "You did. my dear. It started to strike ts, ten, but I stopped it to keep from waking you up. I - Dotty: "A fuse burned out when jack was at my house last night. Of course he wanted to kiss me." ' Milly: "Did you let him?" Dotty: "No, I re-fused." ii - , . . . ,. , T, ONI: THIINC, LILRIAIIN ,l 'X I 5 To avoid chartering a special car to ship . rs 200 pounds of Limburger cheese. a manufac- p il J turer packed it in a rough oblong box and 5' if I checked it as a corpse. At the first stop he fi' ' ldttl-I .ffzt.-zl-- it gi The pin is one of the selling points of the Club, vent ibuiioulgc KHLaf1i?ciT If irthi izsri lg 1 and the members are guaranteed that at any time xbas I ', ' 5 .' ' ll they give up hope and quit they can drop the pm disconsolate attitude and shaded his eyes in the fare-box of the First street car that comes with his hand' Thc baggage man WHS Sym- along and receive a ride across town and a transfer pathetic UA rclativcw he agkcd f 't. ,, 'I -. ' ' mia! disguised labor union of Papa Ayer's hairy- Yfb- 1t5 my br0thU'- U I ' eared gang of engineers. "Well, you have one consolation. llc- MEMBERS U - dead. all right." Charles Coup-XVho is now engaged in accuniulat- li.,- ing the second million-the first million being con- Q V i sidered too diEicult. DI:AIx AY itll Henry Whiteman-A would'be athlete who be- U -. H lieves himself the reason for the creation and ollefa' I hate to be 3. lxlCl-ttf, tion of the universe. . , V I always long for peace. . Norman Nye-That hail 'fellow well rid. But the whccl that docs thc Squgakmg one bottle Listerine GIFF Is the one that gets the grease. L it "Lillie" 305 if at . .fv, 35" J I CRY A! '- s . L' lQgfQ1 is ll GO. f ' mms: 11, Ohio. Main 2865 ational aundry 81 Dry Cleaning Co. 60-68 NVILLARD STREET AKRON Known for Quality and Service Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed for 1.00 GTD 'IWW FILLING THE JOB At a railway siding a Co-op asked the foreman if there was a vacancy. "What can you do?" asked the foreman. "Anything," replied the Co-op. "All right," answered the foreman, "take this oil can and oil the points and crossings up the line." After an absence of three days the fore- man received a telegram which read: "Dear sir: Arrived at Detroit. Please forward more oilf' Judge: "Have you appeared as a witness in a suit before ?" ' Taylor: l'Yes, of courscf' "What suit was it?" "My blue Serge." One night as I lay thinking Of the pleasant days of yorc, I heard a swishing, swashing, just outside my bedroom door, Up the hall, a funny clicking, And some shuffling on the floorg 'Twas my sister in galoshes- Only that and nothing more. 30 SIGMA BETA NU .Modeling their pin from that precious bass drum, Sigma Beta Nu has encrusted it with the favorite pastime implements-three' loaded dice fcrooked shootersj and plenty of ivory spheres. They may think they're hot, but we all know they tagged themselves Sigma Beta Nu hoping some day to drop the superfluous "Beta" perhaps by do- nating it to the Lone Stars. MEMBERS Beware of Witzbergerg he has his finger in your "Bugs" grade. Floyd Thurman-The original "Hot Boy." George Boss-Who bought a new suit and de- posited the remaining Tel-Buch money in his dime GIFT A package of arsenic. bank. - ...,-...,-.,,-,-, .. nl 1,5 I, v . .',,, , H i , , A 3 in- 1 -is Nlac D pi -' t 'x - I i I 1 - .J Llcxfl z I qir:,g:..,. fi is ll '1 il I l E - f f H52 ft S- 1 t f x l 4 . Ralph Q 3 234125114 - Xen Life ins! me itat.-, -U , . ., .xtxhf ' l fl wi lm' 9 I3-:apr "'TTi"f' 1 1 -xv -f 4, l.'.Tv 'VT' va: f7f"'- firms: If 1, -,,,. ...L 1-ci. it-1' .. tx...1 . . ..f,Q ,N-j QJQWI' T1 "-f" ..r,,,' E,?i":" ii' 'ax .. a -iff yi, H 'ff ' gig.: '-"1 - ,-Q1 .,.. we ll., . : ' Xa: - mf OA ii ' 'A--. .:...ii .il 'kv 14-'.1. Q 7 .A 3 ' . '! life--X .. f' ' .Q ,h ' - can , Xl V'-, - . 'M I " Ili! f.. gf 1, T A " A JCC"-. W . . x .M lv:-.. . " 5, . 'iw 4-:ff--.. ' P 1 A l 1 ri ' B., l, ' 'z i 'fry' J fc ...NRM I I I gl ill .3 ii it yi I l ll I it I I. l i I I I l l l i l z il 1 l I NU N I .' bass dfuln' ililis the favonte dice fcfooked :s. , we all know lin h0Pmg S0325 perh8P5 bY ' our X E finger III Y at BOY", d de- I ley IH hls I an . I W 51:llf , dime .1 ,. ff ' , .v' .Y,,.-- ff If ,,-., L . .ii I . fi' ll THE TALK or THE soRoR1TY A Mae Doyle Hat Hats that are Clever Original Up-to-the-minute 49' see- Before Buying Your Life Insurance Consult Wfithout Obligation Ralph E. Spade Special Representative New York Life Insurance Co. 1011 Akron Savings Sz Loan Bldg. AKRON, OHIO FIND! MEMORY CONTEST Do you remember when: Johnny Lewin failed to crack wise? Crouse Gym was a baby? Professor Rockwell last shaved? Bennie Kreiselman paid too much for his new suit? Co-eds used hairpins and wore skirts down to their knees? A Spicer car ran on schedule? There was an important notice on the bul- letin board? One could park one's car on the campus if one had one? Bouncer Cat last informaljz "I beg your pardon, you'lI have to leave the Hoorf' Demming: 'HSI all right. I didn' wan' it anyway." VVinnie Wells: "How did you get that cut on your forehead?" Tommy Stevens: "I jus' bit m'self." Winnie: "How could you bite yourself on the forehead?" Tommy: "I mushta shtood on a chair." "Don't shoot, old man! I'll take your pledge pin." If Doc Fox couldn't find a drink, would he be a drydock? Printers and Engravers of Fine School Stationery, Visiting Cards and Dance Programs FRED L. KOLB PRTG. CO. 84 E. MILL STREET Main 6776 KLXLN 1 PHI KAPPA RI-IO G C3 663 o Q . . EB r A' o, gf' SWL 9 9 'E eq! ,e yt X Enclosed by Shekels, above the bank entrance for is it the open Gates of the Templej is the decree of The motto is "IIurr:ih for Akron U, But Get the Money." MEMBERS Ben Kreiselman-A regular fellow without being SZIDDO. There is not much ground for suspicion Of any- thing in the great open spaces of lid. lJeSure's Cranium. ,Toe Solomon-The greatest local Hell-raiser. GI FT A spy-glass. 7 Joe Williams Barbecue FAIRLAVVN OUT WEST MARKET BOTH SIDES OF STREET Students Wfelcome GDI Ki? Let's Talk P R I N T I N G and then make Printing TALK FOR YOU Geo. C. Jackson P R I N T I N G THE DOWN TOVVN PRINT SHOP 68 N. MAIN Ground Floor Main 3550 mm: KAPPA SIGMA CHI Z x Q The original tin hat boys with the cheese knife to show that the members are really cut out for the organization. The chain is one of slavery, symboliz- ing the fraternity tied down with financial worries and also the fear that Ted Williams or Buell may come back to the U. Organized for no reason whatsoever other than to harbor disappointed aspirants to faternity life. GIFT An ash can kron aw School Offers a four-year course pre- paring for Bar examination. E11- ery student of the Akron Law School who took the Bar exam- ination last December was ad- mitted to the practice of law. Ask for a Catalog 57 EAST MARKET STREET Phone M. 2968 IWW Frosh: "Where's the pond?" G. Boss: "What pond?" Frosh: "Where they keep the University Seal." Boss: "Oh, the seal is dead!" Frosh: "Yea?" Boss: "Yea, they skinned it to make a coat-of-arms." "Did Delaware Missouri's New Jersey?" "I don't know but Alaska." Cunningham: "Just burned a hundred- dollar bill." Fair Co-ed: "Gee, you must be a mil- li0naire!" Cece: "Well, it's easier to burn them than to pay them." Grace: "I suppose you have been in the navy so long that you are accustomed to sea legs?" A Chick Cree: "Lady, I wasn't even look- ing." Q Bob: "Do you ever smoke tobacco?" Chet: "Did you ever hear of anyone smoking anything but tobacco?" Bob: "Well, I have an uncle who smokes ham." 7, Y.. l, f lp Z NW, i , i : 1 I r I I i i , l i I 5 Q . tx 5 422 2 5-Dig .Q E 241:15 3 fg1fawr4 It I c I r P L E . 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